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LYRIC THEATRE
^TUESDAY ANI) WEDNESDAY
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Wanda Hawley
tThe House That Jazz Built"
Adapted from the Saturday Evening Post story Sweetie
Peach. A comedy drama that is a lesson to those whose
home life is troubled and a warning1 to those who are happily
married.
Also 2 Heel Christie Comedy
I "Oh Buddy"
AmilSiO'S?
the Normal Team at the
Normal Gymnasium. This
is the First College Game
here this season and will no
doubt be a fast one.
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THE CITY.
Game Called at 8:00 p. m.
DONT MISS IT!
WKiTHEK FORKUAM
toni§iit *nd Wednesday oool-
BUSINESS LOCALS
f&i£H u cents p»*r dozen at
*"*, Economy Cash Store.
"JfOTHING BUT THR T1WTH."
A great home talent comedy will
be *iven under the auspices of the
iMadison fire department wMiin a
'fchort time. Watch for date.
W16DNKSDAY AT I'HhSllVTKRIAN
WKKK-OF-PKAlKii,
At 7:30 p. ni., Rev. A. A. Hickman
ur |f. Mi.,
1
'f -t srlll speak on the subject, "Slightly should be present. Matters of vital
i': (Soiled, Greatly Reduce#." Importance to the congregation will
T*- Men's meeting at 11 a. W. at the
f'lHoldridge law offjce.
ji Women's meeting at 3 p. m. North
I-"*,- jgroup at Mrs. D. Curria, central at
'Mrs. H. A. Hartwlck, sout hat Mrs.
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C. H. R. Hovde. and west with Mrs
t*. Burnett.
"i ljl 1 ft
i o s
licitter drove overland tO-
day to Brid^ewater for the transac
\r.
:.Hion
of business.
j.'red Krapp, of Clark, underwent
van appendectomy operctioii. the
local hospital today.
M. K. Lloyd has moved his Tamily
i-.and farming equipment from Mrs.
John Haley's place north of Madison.
Milton Erlckson's family are now
^residing in the J. P. Newman resi
V dence on Seventh street N. W. They
were formerly located on Washington
^avenue N.
Mr. and Mrs. W. j. Tolley'a two
year-old child is seriously ill at the
parent's home four miles south of
&,:^."this city. The little one is being,
treated for pneumonia.
St. Katherine's Guild will meet
i w i s E i n o a e o o o w
afternoon at the regular hour. A
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good attendance is desired
v
an-
fhe pR8t ten
ers*
74,
have election of officers.
Do not forget, men, that the
Brotherhood meets In the parlors of ,.
"'Trinity (Lurch tonight at 8 o'clock. A•'""S ™8'
good program and r«rMhment» sorv-
t\ ed by the men. Be there.—The com
mittee.
Those who are to represent Madl
so nat the bowling tournament at
Watertown got an early start north
pate in the tournament contests.
Jui'ge Biewitt was in receipt of a
telegram today from the state hospi
'UliOP
i'idv'••A
i.' i to i* *$
at an early boot today. Tbey tnnMI X-ray pictures were taken. HI. In
.' by auto and ate pleased tu particl- "rev''°'
A commttnlcaUon dated January 6
1 Mr---'{Of
(Msmm
The Fast Augustana Basket
Ball Team will clash with
JO. Clevoir died at tiie institution yes
terday. Deceased was committed to
the hospital on Oriobor 5, 1898. So
tar there are no traces of relatives in
this vicinity Unless relatives make
application for the remains mtofmont
will be mad* at Yankton.
John Wadden came up i'rum £luux
Falls today bringing with him a quan
tity of newly coined silver peace dol
lars that now repose in the vaults of
the Lake County National bank. On
one side of the coin is the dove of
peace in relief and on the opposite
side the liberty head. There is con
siderable criticism current about the
inartistic effects of the designs on
these historic dollars.
Triiiity Lutheran congregation
holds its anpuai meeting this evening
at 8 o'clock. All voting members
be considered, officers for the year
will be elected and reports of the
church activities given. A large
number of new members will be re
ceived into membership.—C. K. 8ol
berg. Pastor.
Members of General Shields Relief
Corps will hold their regular meet
ing Wednesday, January 11, at two
o'clock. At the conclusion of the busi
ness session there will be held an in
stallation of officers to which com
rades, their wives and widows also
members of the American Legion and
ladies of the Auxiliary are invited.
Lunch will be served.—Matilda West
by, Corpa Pres.
Duane, the two-year-old ton of
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Clark living two
miles northwest of Junius took ad
vantage of his mother's absence from
the house and ate the biggest part of
a package of Watkin's gripp tablets.
So ill was the child from this heavy
dose that it was found necessary to
bring him to the Madison hospital
for help. A stomach pump and other
remedial measures simply saved the
child's life. Up till midnight last
night his condition was serious but
he is out of danger today.
Ed Sylvester Is home from Sioux
Falls nursing injuries received dur
inga fall one week ago Saturday. He
was working with the Atkinson grav-
of
llle
*'ou*
Ilb°r u°nlt'
F»Uf w''n
accident happened. Mr. Sylvester.
fell from a tank lighting on his head
and shoulders. At McKennan hospif
tal X-rays showed no bones broken,
still he has hemorrhages of blood
from the nose and mouth. Over a do~
u
hl,n ,rom
and getting! cm Third street N. E., and at 1:30
ior.a great deal i enjoymertt ofjtrom the Presbyterian church. Rev.
their trip W«W. {Paul S. Johnson will officiate with
J. C. Schutie, miifc HatiSOtl, J. C.' assistance of Rev. Wltmer, pastor of
Palmer and L. H. Blagen were elected the Wentworth Presbyterian church,
directors.of the MadiBon Building The remains will be buried in Rose
and Loan aasociation at the annual Hill cemetery at Wentworth. Tyro
meeting held at the court house last sisters of the deceased, Mrs. Lee Ly
evening. Their terms run for the ons and Miss Mary Dyce, both of Wy
next two years. oming, the former from Slater and
County Treasurer Oscar Olson has the latter from Wheatland, are ex
issued nearly 750 auto licenses te 'pected it© arrive for the obsequies.
-,«£.*
^a south Dakota au-jOne of them reaches Sioux Falls at
thorl,tles are aot as leiiient in auto ll-1 50 this evening. Two other sisteiy,
matters as Ohio happens to be. Mrs. Art T?lak« ly of Isabell, S. D.,
v 'w"! in the latter state a period at fifteen and Mrs. H. B. Smith, of Buffalo, N
v days grt.ee has been extended to o*rn
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and written by Mr. J. J. Dahl who1 Funeral services for the late Mrs.
with his wife is at present visiting George Rosenow will be conducted at
relatives jit Cashmere, Wash., states 1 p. m. on Thursday from the house
ac.c1°rdlnE
Physicians attending htm.
D., were expected to arrive today. The
latter's son, Lester accompanies.
George fergusonr a jaephew of the
deceased is coming from Proctor,
Fresh Eggs Doz
Petrolene Soap
The large bar
3 bars
Our Special Coffee
An exceptional 86c value. Mel
low and sweet
2 lbs
Nearly Bleeds
o Death
Bruce, Jan. 10.—C. 3. Gerln*er, of
i'nice, nearly bled (o death before a
doctor could be located when his left
in was severely mangled in a corn
et iredder. As the doctor here was in
the country, the injured man was
ushed to E8telline, but the doctor
i here was away. He finally was tak
n to hospital at Volga and It is be
i -?ved he will recover. The arteries of
«he arm were badly torn, a tight tour
in^int being all that, saved bit life.
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Senator Easy Prey
For Swindlers
Waahington, D. C.. Jan. 10.—Sena
tor Spencer, of Missouri, learned
something new about swindling yes
terday at a cost of f65 He received
a long distance telephone meeaago os
tensibly from Fr*nk O Watta presi
dent of the First National banK, u£
St. Louis, stating that his son, Law
son M. Watts, had been robbed on a
train bound for Washington and ask
ed the senator to supply him with
funds.
The senator went to the railway
station and caused a notice to be dis
played on the train bulletin board In
structing Lawson M. Watts, on arriv
al, to come to tho senate office
building. An hour later a young man
appeared and introduced himself as
Lawson M. Watts. The young man
thought |50 would be sufficient, as
he was on his way home. Senator
Spencer pressed an additional $15
upon him with success. After tin
young man had departed the senator
telephoned the bank president.
"Must be some mistake," said Mr
Watts, senior. "I did not telephone
you, ai4 w sou is sitU9£ by
side." •••. 'V
Arrest Men for
Bog Stealing
Brookings, Jan. 10. Charged
with the theft of nine hogs from a
Brookings county farm, three young
men were arrested by Sheriff John
Nolan, of this city.
It is alleged that the ytfung men
drove to the farm of A. Halstead,
south of Brookings, in the dead of
night, secured nine fat hogs, and
kept them until morning at the
home of one of the young men. They
marketed the hogs in Aurora the fol
lowing day.
John Kish, one of the men arrested
has a bad record in this county. Last
summer he endeavored to swindle a
local garage with bogus checks, and
was finally found by Sheriff Nolan in
a deserted shack near Lake Camp
bell. He has a suspended prison sen
tence of six months hanging over
him at the present time. Ned Pogue
another of the trio arrested, also has
a, io]iee record
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Residents Plan Big
Summer Resort
Toronto, Jan. 10.—Business men
of Toronto, Astoria, and Brandt will
endeavor in the spring to develop
Fish Lake into a leading summer re
sort tor this section.
Fish Lake is in the immediate vic
inity of all three of these towns, and
has good beaches and camping
grounds and would malt® an Ideal
place for a resort.
During the past few years its shor
es and camping grounds have been
crowded with people from Hf tad
near.
Power Plant
r4*
Clam Chowder
Gorton
3 tins
I n e a s e n
Bankruptcy Cases
Cedar Rapids, la., Jaft, W.—Mare!
than four times as uiafly efts?* of
bankruptcy were filed in federal
court here during 1921 than during
the previous year. A total of 101
cases are on the 1921 docket as com
pared with 23 for 1920. The major
ity of the petitioners are farmers
seeking relief from their debts caused
by the drop in the market value of
farm products. Of the eight counties
in the Cedar Rapids district, Lynn
county leads with 23.
Reserve Bank
Earned Less
Y«rk, Jan. 10.—Earnings of
the federal reserve bank of New
York during 1921, less expenses and
the deductions provided by law, were
$20,702,439 as compared with $39,
318,510 in 1920. Making this an
nouncement the bank explained that
the decline In the amount of earn
ings was due to the smaller volume
of loans which the reserve bank was
called upon to make, and the lower
discount rates ptavaillng tn the feast
half of 1921.
Gets a I n
Prison Term
Sioux Falls, Jan. 10.—The state
board of pardons and paroles has re
duced the sentence of Tom Hubbard,
known as the "golden rule prisoner,"
by five years, according to word re
ceived at the state penitentiary here.
Hubbard, who claims to be a gradu
ate of a famous eastern university,
was sentenced to 20 years in prison
for a statutory offense and was com
mitted on March *, ,4915.
o i
Kitten and Calf
Are Great Friends
^Portland, Ore.—Crowds at the
Pacific International Live Stock
exposition paused to look and to
wonder at the friendship of
Pauline, the kitten, and Miss
Golden Gate of Rosedale, blue
ribbon calf bora at San Francis
co two weeks ago. The calf is
on exhibition her* as part of J.
E. Thorp's exhibit of Jerseys,
and Pauline refused to stay at
home when her friend, Miss
Golden Gate, was shipped hence.
All day the two fraternized in
Miss Golden Gate's stall. Most
of the time the kitten slept on
the neck of Miss Golden Gate,
while the latter reclined at her
leisure in the stall.
Finds Diamond in Gizzard.
I Clrcleville, O.—Mrs. George L. Mll
1 ler of this cltjr cut into a chicken
gl7,7.ar.l
and found a sparkling stone.
Hhe rook it to a jeweler and found
that ll was a diamond, valued at $100,
HOWS THIS?
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE
rill do what we claim for it
cure Catarrh or Deafness caused
by
Catarrh. We do not claim to cure
|ny other disease.
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE
is a liquid, taken internally, and
Is Bankrupt' acts through the blood npon the
v
•nn
jmncons surfaces of the system, thus
pcducing the inflammation and i»*
ASfitdBf'Jim" 1 ftA^qeabulary1 Storing normal conditions.
petition in bankruptcy has been filed All Druggists. Circulars free.
for the Spink County Power associa-j P. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohl*
ia- P. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 01
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tion, by C. E. Quimby, setting forth
liabilities of $90,213 and assets in the
form of machinery and equipment]
amounting to $43,000. The power
company's plant located at Ashtonj
has been delivering power to several
nearby towns, but has been In the
hands of a receiver for several
months.
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Wednesday Mid-Week Grocery Bargains Wednesday
Full Cream Cheese (mild) 26
TP/5S
SXIQU
U E O O I
JOHNSON
CUT TKZS OUT—IT IS WOETX
MONEY
Put out this
s i i |, enclose
with 6 cent-
to Foloy & Co., 2835 Sheffield Ave.
Chicago, 111., writing your name and ad
dress clearly. You will receive in re
turn a trial package containing Foley'
s
Iloney and Tar Compound, for coughs,
colds and croup, Foley Kidney Pills and
Foley Cathartic Tablets.—Sold Every
where
FOLEY KIDNEY PILL*
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O o A N V
Madison Electric Co.
106 Center St. E.
Phone 2192
Mr. mnd Mrs. Otto C. Roland
UNDERTAKERS
Business Phone 2205
Residence Phone 2288
Bray's Furniture Store
MADISON
MR. AND MRS.
A. G. HALLENBECK
Undertakers
PHONES: House 8008 Office S68M
AFTO HKAltHK MHKV1CB
Over Geo. Utefc't tsmltare Store
MADISON SO. DAK.
Madison Electric Co.
WIRING, FIXTURES. MOTORS
AND SUPPLIES
$06 Hfcan Ave. S. Phone SI IN
Drs. Kellogg & Allison
PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS
Telephone 2133 Madison. S. D.
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BALSAM
/or .*/o/ COUGH.'
Tli* Circlet is Self-Adjusting. Il sim
ply slipa over the head, clasps at
waist and smooths out ugly linM.
If your dealer can't get it send
actual bust measure, name, ad
dress & SJ.
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SO. We
'It send the
Circlet prepaid. Sizes 34 to 48.
Nemo Hygienic-Faahiaik Institute
120 t. 16 St New York, Pep't M.
Home Brand Jam
le very finest, i
A snap. 5 lb. Tin'
Mr. Farmer:
A 0 0 i-
Half The Pleasure Of
Electric Service Is
Adequate Lighting
Possibly for months you have
intended to have some addi
tional lights and base-board
outlets installed that will add
to your convenience and com
fort. The time to have such
work done is now—before the
holidays and long winter eve
nings.
We can run the necessary
wires and install the needed
bracket or lamp outlet with
out dirt, inconvenience or
fuss. Our price is lowest con
sist ant with first class work.
^Ihort aotiee.
Corn Syrup, Gallon Tin .41
$1.10
The very finest.
Fancy Sockeye Sal-
mon
NT. J. C. Brand (M
pound Tall tin
Bring Us Your Sour Cream
For your convenience we &re $$¥tif fc purdiwe
tour cream beginning January 1,1922.
It is our aim to give you the same treatment in
this business as we have been giving you in our milk
business for the past two years. We hope you will
take advantage of this offer at all times.
Yours very truly,
POOLEY & POOLEY
WESTERN ELEVATOR AND GRAIN €0.
(Formerly Merchants Elevator Co.)
Dealers in Grain, Coal and Wood. ,See Us Before Selling or
Buying.
H. L. WILLIAMS, M&,
O N E 2 i
THE UN I VERSAX CAR
Right now is the a very good time to
put your Ford Car in tip top condition
for Spring. Genuine Ford parts were
never cheaper than they are today
and we will give you very low figures
on labor charges.
Our Storage Battery man is the busi
est man ifltown. He surely gives sat
isfaction.
Madiaoi South Dikotv
Parker Auto Co.
DR. H. P. GULSTINE
E N I S
MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA
Beesley Dray Line
Doe* all kiads of hauHag, norlag lamefcoM
land, gravel aad Mack
Mrt im
ROY BEESLEY
E O V E
PHYSICIAN AND SURGBOI*
Office Over Dakota State Bank
BOTJRS: *-11 a. m.. 1-5, 7-S p. m.
Office Phone 2177 Bee. Phone nil
Over Pafcota Mats Boa*
110#
*.-yf
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4*.
.35
N. J. C. Evaporated Milk
Just you try it. You wiii i'ind
it the equal of any 4
large tins ...
.45
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Pbose 3772
Sheridan, Shearer and
Sheridair-
Abstracts, Insurance, Bmriffltg',
Madison, S. D. Phone 226$
CHA& A. TRIMMER
CONSULTING ENGINEER
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pal iinsiniiliii
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