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•OCIO OOLD SMOLIlH MNI) The Superb Bridal Gilt A CLAXTONOLA Phonograph The rapid improvements made in Phono graphs stands out very preciably in the CLAXTONOLAS. Here is a perfect silent motor. No grind ing noise to distract Plays any disc record made. Comes fitted with automatic stops. Has storing place for 100 records. Solid Mahogany or oak Cabinets of the most beautiful workmanship. This makes a gift of a lifetime. Prices $125.00 to $225.00. J. CHRIS SCHUTZ THE OLD RELIABLE DRUGGIST After the Game YoU will be after one of the cool, refreshing drinks served at i fountain, and you will not find lisup|Hintiiicni. The Quality of our Sodas ami Sundaes has scored the hit of the seaHcui already anions the critical "fans." i Remember We are not contented with just silting in the .rnnlNtend iml Watching the Game We Mid to ge( on the field to make the QwuMtjr of Kur|MKMable. l'itcli into action—So we kiennlnel our beverage* serve* 1 at this fountain mi- KOHLER'S PHARMACY THK Kst Itl'TION STORK, A. .1. kllI.Kit. Prop. Decoration Day fLOWER SHOP SPECIALS We have a large assortment of Petunias, Margarettes, Blue Daisies, Fuschias, Geraniums, Tansies, Verbenias, Stfeet Aylssum and Heliotrope. Cut flowers: Peonies, American Beauty Roses, Ophelia Carnations and many others, too numerous to mention. One thousand Early Dutch Flat Head Cabbage plants special for Thursday only, at. 25 cents a dozen. E A A A K S Flower Shop NEW MANAGEMENT Better Than Ever Take Your Next Meal With Us O. L. McKILLIP. Prop. 3. $6 75 N«. «OM It IHCM~CHkli N« «0*4 V Get Workman's Compensation INSURANCE SHERIDAN & SON REAL ESTATE K THE CITY. BUSINESS LOCALS. Get your car washed at Raad's. We have yellow dent seed corn that will all grow and get ripe. 4t Raad's Garage.— .r W. Goff & Son. For rent. Two unfurnished rooms for rent. Phone 3232. All accounts due Runchey's must be paid by the first of the month. Wanted. Girl for general house work.—Mrs. Geo. M. Johnson. Phone 2?Jt6. Raad's Garage handles Puritan oils and greases. The beat that iioney can buy. Plenty of sugar at Millard's. Only 25 cents per pound. Wanted. Girl or lady to learn to •tin a hemstitching machine. Must *now how to sew. Apply Madison hemstitching Co. For sale. Dodge touring car at VTadison Motor Co. For rent. Krakowskl storeroom, !os.«ession June 1st.—Thos. Krakow *ki. May discount sale continues up-to Yiay 31 on coats, suits, dresses and nillinery at Knoeri's. For sale. Clean Siberian millet eed.—J.'J. Kerstein. Phone 6248. Wanted. To rent refrigerator for IAVO month*. Phone 3158. For rent. One furnished room. Phone 3533. Lost. Large dark blue veil. Re urn to Mrs. Grant Winesburg, or the Leader office. American Legion members will 'licet at Eagle hall, Decoration Day, .Monday, May 31st, at a. ni. and 1 m. in uniform. All members hav ng cars are requested to bring them in the tnorning. For rent. Furnished room for man in mod' i n huiiit' close in. I'lione (201. Raad's Garage for service—opon day and night—expert workmen, honest and efficient service. Important. Saturday afternoon, June 5th, a livestock shipping associ ation will be organized. A big meet ing is to be held in the court house at 2:30 p. m. at Madison. This local organization ships to the South Da kota Farmers' Shipping association which has bought out the Ward Com mission company of Sioux Falls. Farmers, if you have any livestock to market telephone Peter E. Olson or Frank J. Krug. For sale. Seven-room modern house, 75-foot front, garage and chicken house, close-in. Can give im mediate p'osse'ssion.—Phone 3125. Wanted. Chambermaid at Lake Park Hotel. We have seed corn that will get ripe. It all grows. Sample at Raad's garage.—J. W. Goff & Son, Madison, S. D. Wanted. Wait* #r waitress.— Ray's restaurant. For Rent. Three sleeping rooms close in. Phone 3849. For sale. Ford cm in good condi tion, full set new tires. Madison Mo tor & Supply Co. We do accordion, side and box pleating. Madison Hemstitching Co. All kinds of hauling with motor truck and prompt service.—A. L. Williamson, phone 2107. For sale. Four room house in very good condition. Price reason able. Phone 3655. For sale. White Dent seed corn. Ed. Payne. Phone 1402 rural. House for sale. Five rooms, elec tric lights, good cellar, large cistern, hara*and garage with room for three cars. Close in. Possession at once. Price $2,f00. $900 cash. Phone 3377. Eat at Ray's. Try Raad's for electrical and bat Trrv WOT'1' NOTICE. Owing to present market condi tions. and our desire to give the best possible service, on and after May 1st we are to- conduct our business on a cash hpsis.—Rensch Hardware Co. !X.,E H. .[* K K JS.KS ,K a ,x k «,« x,xi. It With Jewelry The Gift That Lasts Let this Graduation be the best ever, gift is appreciated like fine Jewelry. Let us show you our line of American Brace let Watches—Elgins, Walthams, Illinois and Hampdens. Do not fail to get our expert advice about these. Remember the store full of Graduation Gifts. Porter Bros. THE LEADING JEWELERS No I.EUOMV AIRES. Members of McKibbin Post No. 2o ate invited to atteud the Memorial services to be held at the Catholic church, Sunday, May 30th, at 10:30 a. m. All men attending must meet at the court house at 10 a. m. in uniform to march with the G. A. R. and W. R. C. NEW MUSIC STORE. W. S. Damuth has opened a music store in the building formerly occu pied by the Howe Candy Kitchen on West Center street. He will be pleased to have you call for any thing wanted in the music line. Pianos and player-pianos, Chenev and Crystola phonographs and rec ords, R. S. rolls, benches, sheet music, etc. His years of experience as a piano tuner will be of value to you in the selection of a piano. "Come in and talk it over. o BANKS WILL CLOSE MONDAY. Monday, May 31st has been pro claimed a holiday by Gov. Norbeck to observe Memorial Day exercises. The following banks of Madison will be closed for the day: First National Bank, Lake County National#Baik. Dakota State Bank. Security State Bank. o NOTICE. The children will please lather flowers for Memorial Day and bring them to the Washington school, Sat urday from 4 to 5.—Flower commit tee. o LOCAL NEWS The Daily Leader will not be is sued Monday evening on account of observance of Memorial Day. John Emberg returned this morn ing from a recent business trip to Woonsocket. Miss Gertrude McKelip. of the nor mal student body, left for Flandreau today to spend the week end at home. Miss Estella Trent, a student of the normal, departed for Sioux Falls last evening: to spend the week end with friends. Miss Evelyn Solberg left this morn ing for St. James, Minn., to make on extended visit with her sister, Mr Arthur Stolze. A. Messner and wife were returti ing passengers to Sioux Falls. Th v were the guests for several days of their daughter, Mrs. A. D. Parker. Mrs. J. M. Berdahl and daughter, Miss Esther, have been in the city since Thursday evening the gueSts of the former's sister, Mrs. Emma Stangeland. Mrs. Richard Heiss and children, also Misses Eva and Lydia Abbott were morning passengers to Went worth. They spent the day there whh friends. The Misses Agnes »nd Marguerite Johnson changed trains here todrv while enroute from Flandreau to the Black Hills to spend the sumuic months with friends. Mrs A. A. Fuller and Miss Graei* Nelson made their departure tod for Loraine, Ohio. They expect to gone for a couple of weeks whf!' Visiting Mrs. Fuller's brother, and family. S. J. McLain, formerly of the Pop Manufacturing company, of Wate: town, is in the city today on business. He is now state representative for the American Harvester company of Min neapolis. Rev. W. S. Argow has been selec' ed to preaoh the baccalaureate ser mon for the graduating class of the Baptist college at Sioux Falls. He departed for that place this morning The exercises occur at 11:15 a. m. tomorrow. Miss Georgia Hartley, who v been instructor of history in the high school departed today for her home at Waterloo, la. Miss Bartley state.! that she enjoyed her work here n the past year but has not planned on returning. Charles Moller, representing the Xorthwestern School Supply company recently sold a large quantity of new chool furtilture. including desk*, iables, etc., to the township board of he Franklin school. The order Amounted to more than $2,000. Miss Cora Slagg, Miss Gooch and Miss Gertrude Mallory, all teachers of the Madison high school, departed lor other points today, the former :roing to Sioux Falls, Miss Gooch and \liss Mallory left for Flandreau not her teacher. Mifs Frances Knut ion, departs lor her home this after noon. L. L. Shoemaker, of the Franklin Independent consolidated rural I school, has made a considerable ad vance by accepting the principalship of the newly consolidated school in I Chester, for the coming year. This school recently votel $122,000 bonds I for the erection of a suitable build ing and it is the largest, consolidated school thus far in the county. Tli" ichool will adopt a full four-year high school course. THE CHURCHES. 11 KST PRESBYTERIAN Morning services, 10:30 Sunday school, 11:45 evening services, 8 o'clock. Preaching by Rev. 5. A. Derome, of Sioux Falls. You are cor dially invited to our services. Good music. GERMAN BAPTIST German services, 10, Sunday school immediately following B. Y. P. lT, 7:30 English service at 8. The pastor will speak on "Christlike Ser- Omr friends tad those without a permanent church home are cor dially invited to worship with us.- Willibald S. Argow, Pastor. METHODIST EPISCOPAL 'Morning worship. 10:30 Sunday school, 12 Epworth League, 7 p. m.. Miss Nellie Arms, leader evening church "service, 8 Prayer meet in,•: Thursday night at 8 o'clock. A cor dial invitation is extended to all the services.—A. L. Olson. Pastor. TRINITY LVTHKRAN Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Nor wegian services, 10:30 a. m. subject. "The New Birth." English services, 8 p. m. subject, "The Heroic Life." Prayer meeting Thursday eveninv. If you have no church home you are invited to worship with us: All are welcome.—C. K. Solberg, Pastor. FIRST BAIT 1ST. Regular services morning and^eve nlng. May 30th. Rev. Schroeder of Trent, S. D., will preach at both, ser vices in the morning at 10:30 and at 8 o'clock in the evening. The Y. P. U will meet at 7:15. You are' cordially invited to these services.— Pulpit Committee. MILLINERY An up-to-date fashionable line for this season. Prettiest styles for Ladies, Misses and .Children. LOWEST PRICKS AT MY SHOP MISS GRINAGER Egan Ave. N. We buy IRON, COPPER. BRASS, LEAD all kinds pt-rap metal. RAGS, RUBBER HIDES AND FUR§ PHONE 2320 22 Radiator Hospital Rayberg's Repair Shop OLE HIGHLAND Fl KMTI RK AM) HUGS I Buy and Sell !\ew and Second v Hanri Furniture and Stove* Madison Iron & Metal Company R. E. HARTIG, Manager Located block west Colman Lum ber Yard in old store building FOLEY K fOR BACKACHE i i designs. I i FILLS .,0 BlADDt' They gWe tiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmiiiiiiiiMimiiiiiiiiiiiimmiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiill After Your Bath it is pleasant indeed to get into a suit of our summer un derwear. So soft and clinging, so utterly comfortable. 3 5 Comes in union suits or two piece garments. Do you j| 5 kno wour othei furnishings such as shirts, hosiery, col- 3 lars, neckwear, etc? Yes, sir, lots of variety and new a eVEREADY Day and Night Service PHONES 2205- 2288 CHAS. A. TRIMMER CONSULTING ENGINEER Land Drainage, Surveys and Municipal Engineering MADISON SOUTH DAKOTA Good Eyesight is Inexpensive The money and time devoted to having your eyes examined regularly and your glasses kept in adjustment will pay liberal dividends in better eye sight, greater efficiency and freedom from the ills and discomforts that make life miserable when you need glasses or a change of glasses. Have Us Examine Your Eyes Regularly J. J. YAEGER, O. D. EYES EXAMINED Kvclusive Optical Service FRAMES FITTED AMERICAN BRACELET WATCHES MAKE IDEAL GRADUATION GIFTS GUY E. E. j. SUTTON 1 satisfaction. We still have about three dozen of these from which to make selections. W# carry no Swiss Watches at any price. m- Madison's Leading Jewelers We Carry Diamonds in all Grades and Sizes^ *3 SB a I mini First Gass Battery Man in Charge BADDELEY GARAGE O N S O N S I n SUCCESSORS TO E. L. PECK PHYSICIAN AND UNDERTAKING Work Guaranteed HOVDE SURGEON Office Over Dakota State Bank HOURS: 9-12 a. m., 2-5, 7-8 p. m. Office Phone 2177 Res. Phono 2171 MADISON S. D. B. L. SHELDON CHIROPRACTOR Huntemer Bldg. Madison. S. D. Office Hours: 9:00 to 11:30 a. m. 1:30 to 6:00 p. in. .i* 'f -J#- ||R'A»V IL fi.- V .'