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You will find the right kind of WRITING MATERIALS Fine Box Writing Papers and Tablets Inks and Writing Fluids of Best Makes Pans, Pen Holders, Pencils THE CITY. BUSINESS LOCALS. Wanted. Three or four furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Bank reference.—Phone 2201. If you want to sell or exchange your property, write me.—John J. Black, South Dakota St., Chippewa Falls, Wis. Wanted. To rent small house at once, four rooms.—Varwig, Leader office. We buy all kinds of livestock any day but Sunday, both at Madison Fountain Pens. Everything to write with and to write on, of a quality to enable you to write right when you write, and at rifht prices See us for THE BEST OF WAITING MATERIALS J. Chris Schutz The Old Reliable Druggist Ray's Restaurant We give you the best meat and the quickest and best service in town. Come in and let us prove it. MEALS 35 CENTS Buy a Meal Ticket and Save Money i£orier 8 'and Junius. Office phone 2253. Residence, 3260 or 3468. If you have hogs or cattle for market give i us a chance to bid.—Owens 4b Schultz. Lake Park cafeteria will serve I daily a noonday lunch at 45 cents. Hair bobbing at the O. K. a spe clalty. Shelled pop corn for the holidays, 10s per lb., at Millard'B Cash store. Take your noonday lunch at the Lake Park cafeteria. 45 cents. For sale. 120 head breeding Shropshire ewes. A. F. Laity. Phone 18007. Eat at Ray's. Msals 3 So. 1AM N Our New Year Wishes We wish to express our appreciation of your loyalty during the past year, which has been the biggest in our history—by far surpassing our most optimistic expecta tions. Please accept our old-time wishes and heartiest orrofttingg fnr a invniiQ and nrnflnornng Mgw All accounts due Runchey's Bakery must be paid the first of each month. Modern rooms for rent.—Phone 3620. The barber shops will be open un til 11 o'clock Wednesday. Closed all day New Year. Regular meeting of Hope Rebekah lodge No. 2 Wednesday evening, De cember 31. Members of the degree staff please be at the hall for work at 8 o'clock. Refreshments served. —Louise Knutson, N. G. For Salt. Good residence lot. Call 2266. Special for New Year's, three layer brick at Bud's Place. For Rent. Two modern furnished rooms, near Normal.—Phone 2185. The Daily Leader's facilities for job printing and book work are among the best in the state. Two typesetting machines, latest models, first class operators, fast presses, fine job printers. We are equipped for Quick service. Two modern furnished rooms for rent, close to Normal school. Inquire at this office. Hemstitching and cloth covered buttons.—Madison Hemstitching Co., Bring your Bide and back curtains to Ireland for new lights. Work done promptly. Over Brown's garage. Shave at Hank's. NOTICE TO AUTO OWNERS. The new motor law requires you to have 1920 number plates on your cars January 1. Attend to this at once and avoid any trouble.—E. A. Keller, Sheriff. LOCAL NEWS V. R. Wadden speni the time be tween trains today in Sioux Falls. Mrs. J. E. Gilbert departed for Wells, Minn., yesterday for a visit with her niece. Miss Faye Turner is spending the week end at Colman with her aunt. Mrs. P. Downer. The Daily Leader will not be is sued from this office tomorrow on ac count of the New Year's holiday. D. H. Buller came in on the train from the north. Mr. Buller transact ed business in Ramona yesterday. Ellery and Byron Kelley have gone to Sioux Falls to remain a few days with their aunt, Mrs. A. L. Johnson. Rev. Solberg conducts English New Year's services in Lake Madison church on New Year's day at 3 p. m. F. A. Schultz and wife, also Roy Hartwich were among the Madison people who spent the day in Sioux Falls. Clifford Powers' recently bought out Nick Ryan's Interest in the Sing er-Ryan pool hall business on Egan avenue S. Mrs. H. G. Mueller returned on a morning train from Mitchell, where she spent three weeks at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Jake Birran is traveling to Clear Lake, this state, to make an extended visit with her daughter, Mrs. A. W. Munson. George Cochrane started back to Minneapolis this morning after a week's visit at the S. A. Hutchinson home, Egan avenue N. On account of illness, Rev. Mr. Blakeslee has cancelled all services announced to be held at Grace Epis copal church tomorrow. A. W. Abrahanisbn and Henry Erks were in the city this forenoon en route home to Wentworth from a recent business trip to Summit. Andrew Nesheim returned from Sioux Falls on Monday evening. He and his family were the guests of Yfi&r Dryg & Jewelry Co. v,- Mrs. Nesheim's parents the past few days. Walter Angle departed for Went worth to enjoy New Year's hospital ity at the home of his wife's parents. Mrs. Angle preceded him by several days. Miss Ila Bassett was a returning passenger today to her home at Win nebago, Minn. She has been in the city for nearly a week calling on the Palmers. Greetings. Thanking you for your past favors and asking you for a con tinuance of the same, we wish you a happy and prosperous New Year.—O. K. Barber Shop. Mrs. H. H. Frudenfeld is recover ing nicely from an attack of diph theria. It will only be the matter of a day or two before she will be around and out again. Among the new students who will enroll at the Normal next week is Miss Estelle Trent who has resigned as grade teacher in the Bancroft school at Sioux Falls. The Woman's Foreign Missionary society of the Methodist church will meet Friday afternoon, January 2, at the home of Mrs. J. W. Cline at 3 o'clock. Everyone cordially invited. Miss Ruth Erlckson and sister, Miss Esther, are on their way home to Inwood, la. Both have been visit ing in the city since last Saturday dt the Moe residence. Miss Ora Kelley departed for Chi cago today. Miss Kelley will attend the Red Cross interdivisional confer ence whose sessions open on January 1 and conclude the day following. James Hope arrived from Morris, Minn., today. He owns a farm east of that place and transacted business in connection with it Mr. Hope states that he may move over there and occupy the place next spring. Miss Esther Kaske and Miss Lau rine Heiss were morning passengers to Wentworth. Miss Kaske has been in the city all week receiving dental aid. Miss Laurine will remain over until Monday while visiting at the Kaske home. Wm. Baker, of this city, received announcement of the sudden death of a daughter, aged 19 years, of his brother, Joseph Baker, at Lincoln, 111. Loretta and Charles Baker, cou sins of the deceased, departed yester day for Lincoln to attend the funeral. The Luther league held a very well attended social meeting last night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Rens vold. The reecntly confirmed class of 19 members were welcomed into the league. The league has had a good year and plans for a member ship canvass and increased activity for 1920. Herman Proehl, living on Third street SE, had considerable assistance last evening in celebrating his 37th birthday occurring yesterday. Nearly a dozen of his friends and neighbors gathered at his home bringing cheer and congratulations. They spent the evening at cards and before depart ing were treated to baked chicken lunch. Norwegian services will be held in Trinity Lutheran church on New Year's day at 10:30 a. m. 'The Name of Jesus, Our Refuge." We wish to thank the members and friends of Trinity for the interest they have taken in our services dur ing the past year. May the New Year be rich in blessing to all of you.—C. K. Solberjj, Pastor. o VO THE PUBLIC. To all those who have so splendid y o o e a e w i u s u i n o u business and social career in Madi son we extend our best wishes that the New Year may bring to you anl yours peace, pleasure and plenty, it is with special pride and pleasin* tUat we reflect upon our long stand ing and activity in Madison and the mutually pleasant relations we have enjoyed and in the true spirit of tt season I again say a happy New Year. It is with genuine pleasure that I turn over this business to my succes sors, Messrs. Syverson and Schnack. who will go full speed ahead regard less of wind or weather and who will continue the policy and high standard of this store the same in the future as you have known it to be in the past. In other words this means to you quality and service every minute. For the New Year and the years to come I bespeak for the new proprie tors of the Rexall store the same co operation and confidence you have so generously and kindly shown me and I can with cofidence assure you that it will not only be highly appreciated, but will never be misused nor be trayed. Again I thank you.—Frank 0. Smith. CHARLIE CHAPLIN AT THE LYRIC Charlie Chaplin's latest million dollar production, "A Day's Pleas ure," distributed by First National Exhibitors' circuit under the come dian's contract with that concern, will be shown at the Lyric theater Thursday and Friday. In this production Chaplin crowns his previous comedy successes. Ah the father of a household, consisting of a dimpled wife and two miniature "Charlies," he undertakes to spend a day of pleasure with his family. Pro viding the means of enjoyment in a rattling good car of familiar make, but decidedly antique. To start the engine Is a matter of extreme tech nique. Later in the day the family jour neys to the river for a boat excursion where a negro jazz band is making a drastic effort to stimulate the terpis chorean talent of the guests. In stead, a sudden wind, a hard hearted husband and the peanut boy stimu late an unexepcted mid-riff activity. With the Bowlers The Arlington bowlers came down, last night and took the Madison boys into camp by a margin of 116 pins. Poor bowling featured the contest, only one-half of the bowlers reach ing the 500 mark. A return match will be rolled at Arlington in the near future. Following are tlie scores: i Arlington— L. Sabo 189 189 1«4— 542 Haxton 151 182 178— 461 Stewart 165 179 154— 498 Morrison 197 187 150— 834 H. SabO 148 189 197— 534 Totlto 850 876 843—3*669 Madison— Coutts 184 188 17t— |43 Spooner 121 176 150— 447 472 434 Phillips .. Miller ...... MadisoB .. ...157 139 176 ...155 133 146 ...193 166 198- 547 Totafcl ... .810 797 846—8,453 In the match Monday night the Smoke House Alleys took two out of three games from tlio Madison i Creamery trio.- I Madison Junk & Hide House E. M. BORECKY All Kinds Junk, Hides & Furs BECOND.HAND AUTOS Phones: Office 2101 Res. 8508 Located en*t of Union Grain ft Seed Elevator NEW ART PANATORIUM Dry cleaning, pressing and re pairing. First class work.. Low prices. Agency for the American Laundry C. J. Clark Barber Shop Phone 2247 Sid Lee Bldg. Radiator Hospital Rayberg's Repair Shop MR. AND MRS. A. G. ALLENBECK UNDERTAKERS Phones—House. 3153: Office, *866 Auto Hearse Service OT«r Geo. Beck's Furniture tltOfe. MADIKON. H. D. Lake County Land Co. (Incorporated) FARM LAND and CITY PROPERTY Real Estate Loans and Insurance Next Door North of Lake Park Hotel 1 Phone 2208 I A Happy New Year To em friends and patrons md to our loyal employees who have hejpefl to make us so many friends and cu£» tomers. E. J. SUTTON Style Headquarters Where Society Brand Clothes $re Sold Lober Non Radiators for Ford Cars IfOTE—We 4 Lober Radiators are guaranteed to withstand.] freezing, and we will repair or replace ^ree any busted core or radiator if returned to us.! We also guarantee every Lober Radiator to be free from dcfects and to be made of the beat material* and workmanship and we will replace any racUajra that we find defective free of charge. not guarantee LOBER ators if any anti-freeze compound other than, denaturedvalcohol or ^erosene is used. We we ahfrh i pwitksi to make quick deHrcriei fm Honeycomb Radiators for Dodges, Maxwells, Chev olets, Buicks and Overlands. IFINN^pj£S^TOBJS«J» OPPOSITE LAKE PARK HOTEL S i Y o u Start the New Year right by giv.«•a** ing your eyes proper and attention. "We specialize in that attention." WISHING YOU v A Happy New Year Once again the old order changeth and a new year is about to dawn.. We earnestly hope that it may be for you and yours a year of happiness and prosperity. Our New Year's resolution is made. It is to serve you throughout the coming year better even than we have done in the past. We will endeavor to win your patronage by deserving it and to hold it by unfail ing courtesy and uncompromising fair treatment* GUY E. HANSON :-.n MADISON'S LEADING JEWELER J. J. YEAGER, O. Tk-J Madison's, Exclusive Optical Shop RfaM# k UM v" i. i 7 a 'I- $ r, .¥ V v fc' i v •a 1 HI ij e Xs "'-f •i* 1 -vll- "b 4 %-m' t:: i '•& K a-p) *, TE :,v -i .'.s 1 w.