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w: sk K: "ji I31 i. p.* V tk THE CITY. .WKATHKR POBBCAJit Generally fair tonight and Friday possibly rain or snow extreme west fortioa not much chanife 4mu*mn fterature. o BUSINESS LOCALS f» tiutko room for arriving pmh "I will hold an opening Hale oil $at Unlay, MhitIi I 0 lladison Comnuandery No. 20 this .•venin* at 7:30. It i« Imperative Ora Ellis of LYRIC THEATRE U S A Y A N I I A Y GLORIA SWANSON and MILTON SILLS In Elinor Glyn's '""THE €f KEAT MOMENT" A PARAMOUNT PICTURE A tingling story of gypsy blood that would not mix with blue. For the girl wanted life, not titled ease. And Out in the mountains of the West, when a migh ty love came crashing into her heart— Come aee a romance of every thing that counts. ALSO MACK SENNETT COMEDY "On A Summer's Day" ADMISSION 10c—30c 25.—Mi*. Itelle Stru- *le. Barred Plymouth Hock egg» for formerly located at Montrose $4 per hatching. 7Be per setting. $4 per torney's Porter and Porter obtained EJJ appeal of the case. Petitions are being circulated in behalf of James Robertson and Jos eph Henkin for re-election respect ively for mayor and eitv commission er. The city election occurs in April. Fred Snow, furniture fkundred.—E. C. Grimm, James Keegan place, fifteen miles For sale cheap, on quick sals. My I fesidence property, 5-room house!"0118 'or coming spring work. And 3 lots, barn and chicken house. I The municipal band will give an Adjoins Lincoln school campus on other of their popular free concerts Jkorth.—Emii Stark. Lost. Overland auto crank in Ma dison or on state road to Went flrorth. Finder please notify 8425 or S603. (Political advertisement ordered •nd paid by Egan Club, Sioux Falls, 6. D.) Before you vote against tieorge W. Egan, and help the ma- She add in this paper. Just received, a line of aport jh-esHes in tweeds, crepe, knits 'and fnanish mixtures. Very smart look ing.—Mrs. Struble. Wanted. Salesman with car. Cord find fabric tires at prices below cotro fetitors. $100.00 and expenses.- Hydro-Vulcan Tire Company, 1104 Adichigan Ave., Chicago, Illinois. As a bona fide resident of Madl- At 7 o clock tonight the members Aon, a taxpayer, and one who assum- of the Merchants association hold ts no Indebtedness but pays bills, their regular, monthly business meet promptly, wish to say that honor matter Irhat others charge, my work stands fhat all officers of the commandery ^rs jjugh Simpson was awarded |e present, and all Sir Knights are, fequested to be present. Special preparation for the reception of the grand commander.—Ira F. Blewitt, *Jv: jr iii mm rjto-if mmos. z: Now is the time to have your bat tery repaired and recharged. Let Dfok do it at Corbin's garafi, -o LOCAL NEWS Mrs. J. M. Seanlan, ot UantOIMk, did lome irading at local Btores today. Mrs. Carl Berg, of Junius, made every soul was saved the visitor de Jiurchaseh of local merchants be- parted and the whole town turned jween trains today. out to bid him God's speed. After Mrs. A. Gerdes, a resident of Col- the departure there developed a man, underwent an operation this great quietude such as follows a morning at the new Madison hoepi-1atorin. Many lasting results were tal. [observed but the major part of them Wm. Rowland, secretary of the. evaporated in short order. Irterchants* Association, is confined Carefully made experiments "have to his room today on account of ill- proved that, given the same amount itees. .of co-operation, preparation, and ex- F. J. Tolley, a well known farmer i potation, local preachers would get |f the vicinity of Junius, transatced more lasting results than the profes fegal business in a local attorney's sioual because they stay by and fol ©ffice this afternoon. low up every manifestation of new F. W. Schultz returned last even- spiritual interest. Ing from Junius, where for a week, This is the system to be used in 'lie handled' Mr. Nordness' work in Madison at the union sevrtces to be the Junius State bank. 'held at the Methodist church for Mrs. John Hales, of Flandreau re-1 two weeks commencing next Sun lurned home today after attending day night. The local pastors, Mr. the sessions fceld in this city yester- Peters, Mr. Ballard, and Mr. John flay for delegates to the district Le- -Auxiliary meeting. [standing shoulder to shoulder, by Mr. H. A. Nelson formerly* ten-'making thorough preparation, by ex jint on the Tim Hart farm near Jun-j pecting that these meetings are go Jus, has taken possession of a place ing to quicken the entire commun near Wagner. Mr. Hart goes back ity, Madison will have Just as help 4.0 his own place, ful a time as though some renowned Hans K. Hanson, recently married evangelist were here. at Ida Grove, Iowa, has leased the it la up to you, W. Schultz farm on the east lim- —Committee. ^|t8 of Junius and is niak|p^i prejiara tions for the spring work just ahead. this City if- W K 4#' was placed of bootlegging. He was arraigned in left and I no longer have to get up Juttta. Lyon-, cosn. »h.r. ». «t-1 SoM »rry wti i «f .1 dMlff at Canova. drove by auto ttirotiRti Ma dison last evening. He mentioned to friends here his experiences in trav eling over roads that were consid ered in very bad condition. L. W. Sturdy, a successful farmer 1 moved his ha.H farming equipment to the 80u'bwest, and is making prepara- at the high school auditorium at eight o'clock this evening. Aside from the select program by the band there will be a vocal solo by Mrs. Harry Runchey and a select reading by Miss Margaret Marshall. Funeral services for the late Eve lyn Marie Dement, eight year old daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. De- Chine assassinate his character, read ment, of Henkin, were conducted at 2:00 p. in. yesterday from the Meth odist church at Chester. The deceas ed fell ill from an attack of diabetic coma and passed away on Tuesday. Interment was made in Chester cem etery. The gospel meetings at Trinity are arousing much interest. An increase in attendance every evening. Last night about 160 people enjoyed the Voters who are interested In party Lenten message preached by the Rev |latforms are invited to attend the 018°n- The meetings will continue meeting of the League of Women through next week, when the Eng Voters, at the high school on Satur- Hah language will be used and the 4ay afternoon, March 26.—Chairman Rev. H. J. Glenn, of Sioux Falls, publicity Committee. preach. ing and lunch in the dining room of lor my calling prompts me to main-! the Lake Park hotel. Mr, Miller, of tain such a schedule of prices for the Sioux Falls Retailers associa |iano tuning that is consistent with tion has been asked to speak upon 4Aly the best of work. No credit bureau work. He is in the recent awards following the bar gain day sales. Jess Petheram re- ceived $15 as a second prize. W. J. •mrLVMnv am UKM2HTU Mulvey was awarded a cash prize ATTENTION. SIR KMfaHTH. $5 There will be a special meeting Of fhe ,owest cagh prlj5e. Mark wa8 gon Westby given the two pounds of coffee doQa(ed by grocer Frank Millard, caQB Qf fruit contributed by the Economy cash store. o LOCAL OHrRCHBS HAVE RIGHT SYSTEM. Not so long ago when a commun ity wished to quicken its spiritual life ft sent forth into the great, outside World for a professional evangelist. Th e evangelist arrived In their midst under a full head of steam. In about two weeks he had the devil whipped to a frazzle and sinners com ing dotfh the saw dust tra.il] After will do the preaching. By IIOBT AMD TO Everyone afflicted with rheumatic pains, backache, soreness, luumis, swollen Joints or ether symptoms or tmrier vMtfrriav nn a charee kidney tr*uble should read this: "Since under an est yesterday on a cnai^e takln(f Fo!ey Kldney rills the aere. 1 backache v, COL. FRED I RAY DEFENDS BONUS BOARD IN PCBLIC ADDRESS IJIST EVEN ING IHH OtM KI KiAN PRO PAGANDA. Cot. Fred B. Ray, state comment er of the American Legion left tin city today after being shown the proper courtesy not only by the post del» gates here yesterday for the district meeting but also by various citizens who met him at the Kiwanis luncli and the banquet held last evenint His visit to Madison made many friends for him and these will lit'! added to the hosts of new acquaint ances yet to be made before his speaking tour over the state Col. Ray-gave an interesting closes i addre-s a s e v e n i n a e i s o o a u i torlum. He ably defended the woi K of the state bonus board that hi. been so severely criticized by Egan a n o o u n i y o e a i n o w i n Legion was first suggested in Franc and finally fully organized in Amev ica. The Colonel dug into Mr. E.t -j an's supposed loyalty and anxiety fight for his country. His imitation of the Sioux Falls Cicero was pe feet The Colonel is a McMaster man and minces no words when makir the declaration. All through his ad rirees last evening, with the intcres of the ex-service men on his hear! the state commander indicated ho^ the governor had stood by all bonii^ paying efforts, expediting the work Just as speedily as possible. He e plained how Egan propaganda w ts i prejudicing minds of can the FRAVRTLTX have the I city and will confer with the mer- full guarantee. I have my living to chants at lunch time. tnake and feel justified in charging John McDonald of the Lake Park i do, which charge is made in line hotel won the first prize of $20 in With standard prices —A. ft Legion members against the present stat( administration without show of faci as they exist, llis talk was well r- ,j celved by Legion delegates and men bers of McKlbbin post. i XEWR ITEMS. The roads have now improved such an extent that the pupils of th Franklin school are now being car rled to school In the auto busses. Charles Ginther has now moved the last one room school house on the school grounds across the roftd on Mr. Sundberg's property. He r ports that is an very short time In will have a full line of groceries, and will be euipped to handle tin cream and eggs that the farmers d sire to bring in. The thing that franklin no* needs Is a railroad 80 that the farrn ers a nearer market Franklin township has more tillabb acres than most of the townships of the state and a railroad and station with elevators will soon become than this strip between south to Humboldt? We believe an economic necessity. Already a rail road projec is started this way from Hutchinson, Minn. As reported re- cently this electric railway intends to branch out among the cities of the eastern part of this state and what better territory conld it get South Dakota Is due for a big boom Miss Myrtle Lentz has returned io school after a week of sickness. Harper Edwards reports a very peculiar incident. Last week he was cutting up.a piece of hog's liver when his knife struck something hard. Investigating he found that embedded in the hog's liver was a fish hook. How it got there is a mystery. It likely is one of those rare cases which we read about In which a sharp pointed pin or needle works its way through the body without any seemjng discomfort. Miss Emily McAllister returned home Sunday after a two months visit in Minneapolis. Mrs. Geo. McAlliater spent Thurs day and Friday of last week Yiaitfenc in Madison. Nelson, of the Chester Coopera tive store, and Henry Rath and fam ily Bpent Sunday at the August Johnson home. Spring must be here. Harold Bag ley was th-e first boy in Franklin township to be stung by a bee. Hagen Lucken had a very serious accident Tuesday. While repairing his barn he lost his footing and fell a distance of about twenty feet. The doctor on examination found that he was injured internally. Miss Daly on acount of her serious Illness failed to fill her date at the Franklin school Tuesday evening Mr. Lockhart was here as a substi tute and delivered a very thoughtful and inspiring address to a large crowd. After the address a meeting of the nonpartisan league members was held so that they might better perfect the organization of their campaign. U II ,• Caught In Trap -While Huntthg *, 'f i & A Algona, Mich., March 23.—Funer al swvlcea were held here for Mrs. Harriet Sear, 72 years old and known for years as one of the most expert trappers of this region. She' lost her life last week when, alone on a hunting trip her arm was caught in a muskrat trap. Apparent ly unable to free herself, she perish ed from exposure. Her body was found mired to th« walat In the mud. i W Lenoliums, a iu[ y A Madison World that $350.00 Velour Living Room Suites. A magnificent set consisting of large davenport and two massive comfort able chairs. Finished with pillow anas tqmpped with spring cushions. Especially selected (DOilQ A A for this sale ~3£*IO.UU Quartered Oak Duo-fold, fumed wax finish, best imitation CQfi 7C brown leather alO I 0 Wax Oak Duo-fold, genuine f* QT brown Spanish leather tpWD.OD EXTRA SPECIAL solid oak rocker, leathwr djo no spring seats, only a few at $0* Beater In Dining Tables, Kitchen Tables, Breakfast Sets, Etc. Solid oak 42-inch 6 foot plank top dining' table. Car load lot sale $17.95 Solid oak, wax or polish finish table, 45-inch top $26.75 45-inch top, walnut table in Queen Anne other period styles $33.00 White top kitchen tables $3.99 White enameled, porcelain top, full size, large drawer, special $10.98 5-piece breakfast sets in two-tone grey. Car load lot sale $35.00 CONGOLEUM MATS Congoleum Mats, or each only £DC Large assortment Marquesette AO„ Curtains, per pair afOC FREE DELIVERY Within a Radius of Fifty Miles. In or der that those living at a distance may take advantage of this great sale we will deliver goods FREE. Furniture and Undertaking Matbb zt inn'T snunro nm Ht you ""feel tired, i&nquld, "upset," blue—if you have a sick head ache—don't say "spring fever" and let It ko at that. Take a Foley Cathartic Tablet tonight and you will f?el bet ter in the morning. If your condition is the result of disordered digestion, there is nothing better.—Sold Every where. L. W. RUSTE CHIROPRACTOR QJ9F» £OU» »:00 to, 11:M ttf m. 4:80 to 0:00 p. m. Wednesday Bmiof 7 to S Hvnttmt Bite, car load lot sale HH* Our Great Two Car Load Lot Sale has Been a Hummer Many hundreds of dollars worth of high grade* Furniture, Rugs, came in from a distance to share in the feast of bargains. There are hundreds of staple items yet to be had at a great saving. Friday and Saturday to be Banner Days r'f1• vi ---1—JjTC- w- v -Mi A Vote For 1 F. L. SOPER For O U N Y U S N e u e s a y Political Advertisement Dm. Kellogg & Allison PHYSICIANS & vv». SURGEONS & D.1 Tilipho—1113 Madtoon. S. P. S a, Etc., have been sold the past week. Folks M. J. in covered with 4 MATTRESSES AT BAR GAIN PRICES 50 pound high grade layer felt mat tress, non-stretchable, best grade art tick, strap handle, a regu lar $24.00 value Cotton felt mattress, this 45 pound cot ton felt mattress, covered in heavy quality art ticking, with rolled and stitched edges. During this •CAR LOAD LOT SALE OF RUGS Alexandria Smith's Walton Rugs, come in many terns, with or without fringe. 4IQC flft Size 9x12 $0D»UU Size 7.6x9 r: #27.50 9x12 Tapestry rugs, 1 piece good grade, OC car load lot sale at Whit world's best rugs, in 9x12 Wiltons, now of fered during this tftC ftA car load lot sale at "U 6x9 Tapestry rugs to be sold at $16.50 1 $12.50 $8.98 -5c KITCHEN-CABINET This beautiful kitchen cabinet, large size, white enameled inside, large flour bin, solid oak, sliding porce- A AA lain top. Very special at iD.UU E E 32-Pfeee Set of White and (fold Semi Porcelain Dishes With Each Kit chen Cabinet Sold. BRAY'S MADISON, SO. DAK. 1M JOeli Madison E|ectric Km\L^ -i&SU&L ^•1 .-•'OP i i CAR LOAD LOT SALE OF CONUOLEUM RUGS 9 1 2 a o a o s a e .- 1 6 2 0 9x10.6 car load lot sale 9x9 car load lot sale .$12.10 7.6x9 car load lot salt-.. $10.10 6x9 car load lot sale $8.10 -S* CHAIRS, ROCKERS High back fumed or golden oak chair, car load lot sale $2.50 Solid oak, box seat, high back, $5.00 chair at $2.65 Kitchen chairs, well finished northern hardwood. Special $1.69 Oak chair, genuine leather ..„..$5.95 Overstuffed genuine leather pocker, very large and roomy .^.WJ?27.65 Ladies' Sewing rockers *. $4.50 CAR LOT SALE SIMMON'S STEEL BEDS mefc post, V, ii. and white, fun size, during this car nr lot sale a...". vD*UD 2-inch posts, all finishes. An extra special bargain at IN TINS ^'IK LOAVES wtM lWIM. If. fine pal- $9.85 Pianos and Phonographs QUpCEH, Co. iDR. A. ^VISING, FTXT0BK8. MOTOB|. DENTIST AND SDPPJJKS Office ia HnntoMr BM H. NOLAN .- W W a w a i s i 'A -St 4.'