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02. uy W'-V 'r:± i' 4% 4w i THE CITY. BUSINESS LOCALS Bargain day at the Ruby Saturday. Matinee for the chlldrem under IS years, 5 cents. Fresh cottage cheese, best ever. Phone Mrs. H. A. Davis, 3485. Board and Rooms. Furnished or unfurnished. Modern Rooms. Table board. Home cooking Just like mother's. Call at old hospital —Aaron Martison, Mgr. Saturday Specials, Jan. 14 Prices Good for This Day Only Mr. and Mrs. O. Haugse and chil-j dren were morning passengers south' to Sioux Falls following a visit of one week in this city with the farm-j er's sister, Mrs. Ed. Nelson. I 25 Aspirin Tablets 25c 50 Hinkle Casgara Pills 25c 25 Phinolat" Wafers 25c 2 oz. Schutz Double Strength Vanilla Extract 25c 3 oz. Camphorated Oil 25c 3 oz. Pure Glycerin 25c 2 Spirit Camphor 25c 4 Castor Oil 25c Pure Castile Soap special 10c 10c Package of Hourhound Candy free with every 50c bottle Shuts White Pine and Tar. Wash ice delivered to atay part ofi the city at $2 per load. Phone 3389. I Wanted. A woman for general] housework. Call Mrs. Hattie Bor-I land. For Sale. Range and Kitchen .cabinet. Phone 2165. I We pay 4c cash and 5c in trade for No. 1 hides.—W. T. Stearns & I Son. ATTENTION I. O. O. F. The Odd Fellows and Rebekahsi will hold a get together social at I. O. O. F. hall Friday evening, Janu ary 13th. Short program and gen eral good time. Committee. NOTICE TO FARMERS. Hides are up. Bring then to C. F. Marth and get the top price. Rear Peck's Market. Miss Victoria Fetz who for some! months has been doing nursing, both! privately and at the hospital, made] her departure today for Denver, I Col. She will be out of the state! for several months. I States Attorney H. H. Holdridgej and Deputy Sheriff E. A. Keller went: to Sioux Falls this morning, having fti their custody Russel Franklin and ^Robert Molumby who are to appear! iefore the circuit judge for a sen-i tence on a charge of burglary. Jean Kohler got started for Minne-| ppolis this morning. He will be the' j§uest for a few hours at the home ,$f his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. tiewis Kohler. This evening Mr. Koh ler leaves for a school of pharmacy fti Minneapolis. The big double header basketball game occurs tonight at the normal gymnasium, where there is ample •eating space for a large number of people. Pipestone plays the local fkigh school and Redfield seminary Jhe ill engage Coach aWgner's team, double contest coming as it does |n the same date promises to be an •xciting affair. The merchants have quite gener ally completed their inventory of litocks, some finding in the process! •f taking it, an opportunity to lower "fcist year's price proportionately with today's replacement values. Madison fierchants are hopeful, and indeed,! ruite optimistic about the prospects better retailing business in the! gear future, The volume of business! 'transacted over the holidays was' •uite satisfactory and there is every Indication that a revival is at hand. There will be a story hour at the ftublte libraxy at 10:30 oa Saturday ,/ 'VV, i 't 1 ti Chris Schutz The Old Reliable Druggist News local Attorney Jra F. Blewitt transacted legal business in Sioux Falls today. James Robertson arrived home to- i day from Aberdeen, eporting a well attended and interesting meeting at the State Master Builders' conven tion. Mrs. F. C. Smith, departed for| 8ioux Falls for a visit with herj daughter, Mrs. C. C. Fatson. Mr. i #mith also leaves for that place to- i morrow. i I K /t &^ morning. Miss Maud Kavanaugh of the normal school will fell the stor ies. i I wft I TRINITY WTHKKAN CHURCH NOTES. The annual business meeting of the congregation held Wednesday evening was unusually well attend ed. The various reports given show ed a very healthy growth and in creased activity in the various branch ea of church work The treasury of the congregation as well as uf its dif ferent societies and of the Sunday school reported a surplus. The following officers were elect ed for the ensuing year: Trustees, P. A. Johnson and R. Nelson, rfe-elected deacons, J. L. Svenson, C. P. Rene void and Ole Verio, reelected secre tary, Joseph Opperud treasurer, L. H. Blagen auditing committee, Knut Pederson, C. P. Rensvold arid Martin Johnson pastor's assistant, J. L. Svenson Sunday school super intendent, Dr. P. M. Rensvold assist ant superintendent, Clifford Olson choir director, Miss Mabel Johnson delegate to the annual convention of the church, Ole Edmonds alternate, Lars Olson secretary of Sunday school, Miss Ruth Opperud. The congregation voted in favor of an extraordinary general synodical con vention this year instead of th# vari ous district conventions. Seventy five new members were received in to the congregation. This was a meeting marked with a genuinely wholesome spirit of fellowship and harmonious effort A year of ag gressive work and united effort all along the line of chdrch activity, lo cal and general, is the program of Trinity in 1922, as well. ed by over 90 young people. As a matter of interesting business, it was decided to invite the next annual con vention of South Dakota District Young People's Luther League. Our league is now the largest local lea gue in the district, which comprises the states of South Dakota, Nebraska and Colorado. The monthly meeting of the Broth erhood on Tuesday evening was well attended and well enjoyed. Mr. Kalk brenner gave two very fine cornet solos and O. J. Bogstad spoke inter estingly on the introduction of Chris tianity in Norway. The men's serv ing committee served a la cafeteria a splendid lunch in quality and quanti ty. It was decided to arrange for a father and son banquet on Washing ton's birthday, Feb. 22. The Trinity Boy Scours will give a basket social in the church parlors this evening, and invite the generou support Pt their friend*. Oood pro gram. AN APPRECIATION. In the midst of the darkest circum stances there are a host of things that bring to one assurance, comfort, and happiness. The Almighty saw fit to visit our community this week and take Mrs. George Rosenow from our midst. For her brothers and sisters, her father and mother, and her husband and children it was a grevious disappointment. But in the hours of their deepest grief, their good neighbors and friends, as good neighbors and friends always do, came to them with comfort, reassur ance. and assistance of every sort. In the midst of their grief there is a warm feeling of appreciation in their hearts. The above mentioned have expressed a desire that a word of thanks be sent to everyone for their help, their assurance, the use of their cars, and for every neighbor#. *ict performed.—Contributed. ,*• V 'f 1 .f: i The Luther League social meeting Ln the church parlors Friday was a very successful event. It was attend j. Ifr-S WIRELESS MESSAGES The following were copied by M. H. Shearer at the high school station Thursday night, 9:30 to 10:15, Jan. 2: San Francisco (NPO) sending to I Honolulu (NPM): London.— Carpentier led opening round. Cook returned considerable infighting, neither having advantage. Second, both cautious. Carpentier landed left to jaw. Cook had ad vantage infighting. Third, Carpen jtier landed left to chin, Cook in 1 fought hard. Carpentier landed lefts and rights to head and body. Carpen tier's round. Two lefts to jaw ended bout. Manila.—Thirty-six persons suffer ag from cholera and forty-five class ed as carriers confined in hospitals. Light deaths in last two weeks. T„m ports forbidden to purchase fruit and vegetables. Arlington, Virginia (NAA) largest i Mation in U. S. sending news to all ^hips and shore stations. Broadcast. New York.—Council adopted fifty iwo resolutions condeniing Volstead act and calling upon congress to re veal it. Paris.—President Milleraad an nounced he would not undertake for mation of new cabinet until tomor row. Washington—Officially announced i nited States has not agreed to par ticipate in European conference to i i»i held at Genoa. Paris.—Resignation Premier Bri jand said due to clash with Millerand who opposed text of defensive treaty. o LIVESTOCK SHIPPING. Probably one of the most practical and valuable marketing conferences ever held in Lake county was in ses sion here Wednesday when the man agers and boards of directors of the live stock shipping associations of this county and surrounding counties met to take up the every day prob lems with which they are confronted. Among the out of town speakers Mr. Simonson of our state depart ment of agriculture gave an interest ing talk on the results of some of the department's studies of livestock ship ping problems. He pointed out that in such matters as negligence on the part of the railroads to promptly set cars n for unloading, a complaint to the state ruilrottd commission sup ported by evidence will quickly rem edy such careless acts. He stated that the order buyera or shippers as they are commonly called, really set the market. The packer buyers fre quentlq setting on the fence until the shipper buyers had gotten what they wanted and then the packers would require a distinct reduction in price before they would take the remainder of the supply. Mr. Simonson delivered and point ed out in some detail where the di rect country buying on the part of the packers and order buyers would tend to eliminate the terminal stock yards, this would lead to the stifling of an open competitive market. Considerable discussion was raised over this point. One view holding that it was only a shifting of the place of competitive marketing as both shippers and packers buy in the country at the present time, thereby cutting out the rather large market ing expense 9f yardage and selling commission. Mr. Simonson stated that in times past the packers had stated zoned the country, each packer taking a certain section for his buying area to the seclusion of packers. This had resulted in practically doing away with competition with the resulting low prices. The sentiment was strongly for the retention of the terminal yards but that yardage and selling charges were high. Mr. EnglaJMft, manager the Sioux Falls Stock Yards Co., stated under the new bill giving the IT. S. secretary of agriculture control over the yards that the question of charges being excessive or not was left to that official as all yard com panies had to file schedules of prices to be approved. Frank Krug presented the report of the livestock marketing committee of 15, appointed by President How ard of the National Farm Bureau Federation and showed that their plan was based on orderly marketing through organized terminal yards, through farmers' co-operative ship ping and commission companies. He also stated that the new farmers' cq-operative shipping and commis sion companies. He also stated that the new farmers' Commission com pany operating in Sioux Falls was or ganized by the Sonth Dakota Live stock Shippers Federation and would fit in very nicely with the plans of the "committee of 15" when they had organized to such an extent as to reach the smaller markets such as Sioux Falls. Mr. Krug asked that the farmers' livestock shipping associations pa tronize their own commission com panies as it was necessary to have the volume of business before pro rated earnings could be returned to the members shipping associations. The meeting was held in the base ment of the Methodist church. Mr. Ballard, the local pastor, stated that the church basement was always available for farmer gatherings. The ladies of the Methodist Aid Society served an excellent oyster supper in the banquet room of the church at six o'clock. After the sup per the conference again convened '.X .Vi. i.-.. each manager of a local shipping a sociation acting as discussion lead* on some practical problem that tt associations are facing. Excellent points were made In tie various discussions. The meeting ad journed at 10 p. m. all in attendant feeling that it was time well spent. Lake County Farm Bureau. FOOD SELECTION MEETINGS. The women of Lake View townsh met with Miss Mary E. Dolve, food specialist from the extension division of our State college, at Mrs. yran.i Krug's home on Monday afternoo-i An interesting meeting was hell Miss Dolve demonstrating the co pack method of canning meat ac i the best method of cooking steak. Herman township women met wil n Dolve at the home of Mrs. W. H. Boj for the second meeting in their fool selection study. A nice group wi. present and a pleasant afternoon spent in learning the details of co! pack methods of canning meats. On Tuesday evening, Jan. 17, Lai View township will hold their reguliu monthly meeting at Center school The usual "peppy" program and bus* ness discussion will take place and a good attendance la urged. 1 Orland township food selection club met at the Orlaiul Consolidate «1 school for their club studies in foe -i selection on Wedenesday afternoon Jan. 11. Miss Dolve demonstrate cooking meats and explained the vr lue of meat in the diet. Arrant? i ments are being made for some ni. trition work with the school children especially as related to the introdu 1 tion of milk in the diet. The scho"! children of all grades were very muds interested in Miss Dolve's talk on tl value of milk as a body and brai. holiday building food. Le Roy township farm bureau wi meet in the Crow school Pride night, Jan. 14. An interesting pre gram is prepared and a general goc time fti expected. The farm bureau members of Cla1 no township will hold their regular', meeting Saturday night at the hom of Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Shirley. An interesting program" is being prepai ed. The League of Worn® Voters k Lake county will meet in room 22 the high school on Saturday afte. noon, Jan. 14, at 3 i. m. Every we i man should be interested in whn concerns the welfare of the count and come to this meeting. TUis or ganization meets the second Saturday of each month. Remember the da« and come.—Lake County Farm reau. HAVE 80% OF YOUR COAL BILL. Make your own coal saver, fifteen cents worth of chemicals, obtainable at any first class drug Btore, will compound enough Coal Saver to treat one ton of either hard or soft coal. Gives 30% more heat and less soot. Reviveslifeless coal. Requires less firing and reduces clinkers. Enough chemical can be mixed at one time to last all winter. Only requires a few minutes time. Absolutely safe. Send us |2.00 money order or draft and we will mail you this proven formula for the making of this chem ical compound known as "Kole Save." It will not only save you dol lars but will eliminate your coal trou bles. Complete directions and in structions with each formula. Re quires no special work or time. Club with your neighbor and divide the cost. State, County and Municipal ities supplied with this chemical ready for use in barrel lots only. Pri ces on application. Refef£g£4p* Dunns or Bradstreets. HOUSEHOLD CHEMICAL C., 186 E. 3rd Street. 8t. Paul, Minnesota. #EAK, WEARY WOMIfW. Leant the On use of Dally Woee and End Them. When the back aches and throbs, When housework Is torture, When night brings no rest nor sleep, When urinary disorders set In, Women's lot Is a weary one. Doan's Kidney Pills are for weak* kidneys. Have proved their worth In Madi son. This ta one Madison woman's tes timony. Mrs. Ed. L'nzelman, 22 W. 7th St., i N., says: "I know there is nothing better for a lame and aching back than Doan's Kidney Pills. My kid neys were in a bad condition and my back ached constantiy. I didn't know what it was to be free from pains over my kidneys. I was always diz zy and had headaches. My kidneys acted too often. I used Doan's Kid ney Pills from Porter's Drug Store and they were just what I needed. I have never had anything do me so much good. The backaches left and my kidneys didn't bother me any longer." Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask fot a Ttidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills-—the same that Mrs. Unzelnian had. Foster-Milburn Co., lffrs., Buffalo, N. Y. DOJT'T 0 l'v v FOISON TOVBSSX^ When the d1«r'stive organs are out of order and a fermenting mass of undi gested food clogs the stomach and bowels, the result is auto-intoxication or eeIf-poisoning- That old-fashioned .le, Foley 5itharUo Tablets, gives/ relief does not gripe or •iak^ en. Take one Honlght.--Sold Everywhere.* .»,'i fC ri& i "'••ft Chiropractic Health Parlors Over Lyric Ifaaatve Office 10 to 12 A. M. 2 to 5 P. 0. Dr. MATHILDA HOGI8 Phone 2251 CHIROPRACTOR Ilw, HMoni L.W.RUSTE CHIROPRACTOR Office Hours: 0:00 to 11:30 a. ». 1:80 to 5:00 p. in. WedemdAf Evening 7 to 8 Hnntcmcr BMg. Madiaon, S. D. DR. A. H. NOLAN DBOK 1 4^*r d,^ih ,i *,h8 *, The Philosophy of Brother Ostrich HERE'S something almost human about the ostrich. Rather than face the unusual, he buries his head in the sand—thus exposing him self, rather recklessly, to the whims of happen stance. Isn't that just like the chap who ducks under the sheets the minute the furniture creaks downstairs? Lots of folks shut their eyes when they need thm most In the matter of buying something, for instance—the important bu^n^ss of spending hard earned dollars. Who gets the most for his money? The man who buys blindly—or the fellow who reads advertising and discovers just where he can buy what he wants at the best possible price? v Who is the most economical housekeeper? The woman who buys'haphazard, or the one who daily reads our advertising columns and puts her house hold purchasing on a business basis? There's no denying the great value of advertis ing to those who read it. It protects you against fraud and inferiority. It tells you what is new and good, making you a wise buyer. It saves you mon ey by pointing out for your oon^idBration only && beet products and the NOW ISN'T IT TRUE that taste is about the higgest thing in a cig Lirette? And when it's the 44 all-there" taste of Spur's spicy 4'leaf blend —well, you can't beat it! places to buy thgm. hmt Don't be an ostrich. Read the advertisements if all hte*i o# kuttaff, laid, gnrti #iort aotfoa. kJ v r. y \h-*- Smart Brown and Silver packet uf WESTERN ELEVATOR AND GRAIN CO. (Formerly Merchant* Elevator Oa) Detteft Cratsi, Uai Wood. Buying. H. L. WILLIAMS, Mgr£, O N E 2 1 1 2 Beesley Dray Line amwiag ROY BEESLEY j, ,, 4.1*' '-ii v -i ',i U 5 •v.: t- t' rW jr..*,* f't *4 20*i to" ,3 i V -7 i V ft J- *r -v u j. -r t' \v v Y* ***lliat Spicy 4-LLA FLAVOR -X i 'v4 v :•, ,i.' ft.--,' x* Is V A 7 KENTUCKY BURLIY for good old GOLDEN VIRGINIA for life and Ka*kle BROAD MARYLAND for cool-bufnin^ -V— .IPP tobacco use* CHOICE MACEDONIAN for spicy aroma- V 'iV -*.! k s IwwfciM gooi^ ik aad black dirt far aala. Oaiiaaii ir' fj*- mf" i t'