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Picture Taking Is For a limited time we will sell Firestone tires as follows: 30x3, $10.95 30x3% non-skid, $13.95.— Parker Auto Co. Promptest service in making ar rangements for funerals. See Ro land at Bray's. Fancy Cream cheese, 28c per pound.—Peck's Market. Go to Ray's for a good cup of cof fee. See Millard for shoes. Eat hot waffles for breakfast at Ray's. Wanted. To do all Certainly Fun When you buy Eastman Kodaks and films you know you have the right foundation for your pictures. During the month of June we will do all your developing Free of Charge. Send us your exposed films by mail. We offer you 24-hour service. For printing we charge according to size from 3 to 5 cents each. Try us once, we know 3*011 will come again. J. Chris Schutz The Old Reliable Druggist IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIKIIIIIIIIIIfllllllllllllfllllllllllflUljllllllll THE CITY. BUSINESS LOCALS You can do better at Bray's. Household goods and kitchen utensils at private sale.—A. W. Clark, 116 Washington Ave. N. Building and remodeling, design ing and cabinets. Build that sun parlor now and save money. Call phone 3358.—A. Olsen. I have a few choice residence lots for sale at a bargain.—F. J. Mundt. Money to loan on first mortgages. Farm lands or city property. See F. J. Mundt. Light delivery service at any hour of day or night. 25c for short trips. Phone 2247. Call us day or night for under taking. Phone Roland at Bray's Furniture Store. See Millard for oreraUa. You can do better at Bray's. For Rent. A modern room, phone 4207. kinds of cement work.—J. S. Thompson, phone 3515. For Sale. Eight room modern house and two lots. Easy terms. In quire at this office. Good coffee 20 cents.—Millard's. For Sale. Seven room house on Second street and Blanch avenue, N. W. Phone 2165. o NOTICE FOR BIDS. Sealed proposals directed to the regents of education in care of the State Normal school at Madison, S. D., and endorsed "Repairs," will be received on or before the 20th day of June, 1921, at 3 o'clock p. m., for certain repairs and betterments in the East Hall of State Normal school. Each bid is to be accompanied by a certified check, made payable to the regents of education, of a sum eyual to 2 per cent of the contract price, but in no case less than $100. Plans may be seen at the offices of the state engineer, Pierre, S. D., of the secretary, B. M. Lawrence, at Madison, S. D., and of Joseph Sohwarz architect, Sioux Falls, S. D. Five sets of plans will be at the secretary's office and may be obtain ed by contractors. The board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. —Board of Regents of Education, —By T. W. Dwight, Pres. —Helen S. Gamble, Sec. LOCAL NEWS Miss Mary Wadden is at. Sioux City today calling oa Dr. Conley's family. E. J. Sutton spent the time be tween trains in Sioux Falls on busi ness today. Warren Aldrick and wife, also their niece, wore among the people leaving for Sioux Falls this morn ing. Mrs. J. C. Herbert who was in the ^ity for a week-end visit with Mrs. Win. Huntemer departed this morn ing for Dell Rapids. Mrs. W. J. Tyler left for Albert Lea this morning accompanied by her husband's mother who was her guest the past week. Miss Lula Peck was a morning passenger south to Sioux Falls. She closed her school at Oldham last week and was the Sunday guest of Madison friends. Stella Ryan and her sister, Miss Anna, came up from Sioux Falls and Bpent Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Ryan, living in the northwest part of town. Miss Marie Gehan who has been teaching in the schools at Oldham finished her work there last Friday and this morning returned to- her home at Hawarden, Iowa. E. A. Aldrich had planned on joining W. A. Drake and W. M. Downs on their trip to Mitchell this morning but changed his mind and went to Rutland for several (toy's visit. Percy Hunlemer, county agent for Stearns county, left by auto today for Melrose, Minn., after enjoying a pleasant visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Huntemer of Egan avenue S. Miss Agnes Conley returned to her employment at Fautle Bros, and Dan forth( in Sioux Falls, following a Sunday visit in Madison with her parents Mr. and Mrs. James Conley on Fourth street S. W. Rev. R. C. Ballard, pastor of the Methodist church drove by auto yes terday to Lake Preston, where he de livered the Memorial day address be fore a large assemblage. Maurice and Earl Henifin accompanied him. Mrs. Mike Cosgrove's condition has improved but slightly in the past two days. Her son Thomas arrived on Saturday from Marquette Uni versity Milwaukee, and her sister. Mrs. John Drexler of Dyersville, la., were both called her because of her serious illness. Another sister, Mrs. McGraw is expected to arrive from Cogswell, N. D. The Senior banquet held "at East Hall last Thursday evening proved to be a social success. School and class decorations were conspicuous ly placed about the room. The pro gram was as follows: Toast master, John O'Donnell address by Presi dent Higbie Address of Welcome by Leonard Hubbell, president of the junior class Response by Miss Ma bel Opperud, president of the senior class. Other talks were given by GIVE HER A- DIAMOND GET IT AT PORTER BROS. Lake County's Oldest Jewelry Establishment Myrtle Larson, George Regan, Lloyd 1 rane and Miss Verna Johnson. eorye Regan, Myrtle Larson and Mrs. Preston constituted the recep tion committee. W. M. Downs and W. A. Drake made their departure for Mitchell, where they will represent General Shields Post, G. A. R., at the State encampment beginning tomorrow and continuing for three days. Last evening the fire company was called to the Madison creamery only u find that instead of a fire Rog ness Bros., were burning sulphur in uie their place of business to rid 1 lie building of cockroaches that had begun habitation there. Miss Agnes Dixon, who has been t- aching at Anacortes Wash., is now home to spend the summer vaca non, in a note to The Daily Leader discontinue sending the paper to lier address at Anacortes, says: "Had 1 not been for the never failing pa i «?r I would have found it hard to while away homesick hours." The conference to be held in Lake Madison Lutheran church this week opened this forenoon with a sermon by Rev. H. E. Rasmussen, of Canton. At 2 p. m.. Rev, Ditrnan Larsen, of iioward, introduced the Scripture passage selected for discussion, Rev. 16-22. This evening at 8 o'clock there will be a session in the Eng lish language. Rev. Rasmussen and others will speak. WOOL MEETING. Last Saturday afternoon a meet ing of wool'growers was held in the Sales Pavilion for the purpose of discussing pooling. It was decided not to pool immediately but wait for developments of the market. It was brought out at the meeting that the the wool market has been kept ex ceedingly low by imports—162,000, 000 pounds being shipped into the United States during the first three months of 1921. The wool growers adopted the slo gan "Wait and Hope that is to say, they will wait on congress to put the tariff int. oeffect and to see whether or not the Truth-in-Fabric will passes. While congress has been fooling around, manufacturers of woolen goods have seized the op portunity io import into this coun try a surplus of cheap foreign wools. Saturday night members of the farm bureau in Chester township met in the Woodman hall. L. G. Atherton explained the Farm Bu reau movement and its accomplish ments. The county agent talked of the work of the Lake county farm bureau. H. C. Jensen is president, Bert Alverson, vice president and G. L. Staley is secretary-treasurer, of Chester township. The Farm Bureau offic good bit of pedigree work are application blanks and trar for almost every breed of hnrpp* cattle, hogs and sheep on file in the office. Farmers needing help with pedigrees are urged to use the Farm Bureau office. A. L. Havnes, secretary of the South Dakota Duroc association, has called a meeting of Lake county Du roc men for Thursday, June 2nd, at 1. P. M. at the sales pavilion. Speakers other than Mr. Havnes will be Dr. Weaver of Brookings and Mr. Dinwoodie, formerly of the Da kota Farmer, unless something pre vents their reaching Madison.—Lake County Farm Bureau. o SPECIAL ASSESSMENT ROLL. Madison, S. D., May 17th, 1921. I, Wm. Rae, City Auditor, do here with file with you for collection, as provided by law, special assessment roll, prepared by me this day for construction of curb and gutter on that part of South Egan Avenue ex tending from the south side of the tracks of the Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry., to the centre line of Third Street, otherwise known and designated as a part of Paving Dis trict No. 6, under contract with W. O. Marquart. The description of all the lots and parcels of land in this assessment together with the amount properly chargeable to each is as follows. Part of the right of way of the Chi cago Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry., south of said tracks and abutting upon Egan Avenue $329.61 Resolution Approving Assessment RolL Be It resolved by the city commis sioners of the city of Madison, 9. D. That the assessment roll for the construction of cement curb an»i gutter in said city under contract o W. G. Marquart, dated the 23rd da of March, 1920, which ass«ssmen: roll was filed in the office of the city auditor on the 16th day of April, 1921, and duly published on the 4th day of May, 1921, for con structing curb and gutter on tha part of the right of way of the Chi cago Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry., ex tending from the south side of sai-l tracks to the centre of Third Street S., otherwise known and designated as part of Paving District No. 6 to and the same is hereby approved and the amount of said assessment levied upon the property as herein pro vided. Adopted this 16th day of May. 1921. las. Robertson, Attest: Wm. Rae, City Auditor. Mayor. I, Wm. Rae, Auditor in and for said city of Madison, S. D., do here by certify that the within and fore going assessment roll and copy of the resolution of the city commis sioners thereto attached are correct. Witness my hand and corporate seal of said city this 17th day of May, 1921. Wm. Rae, City Auditor Filed in my office thiB 17th dnv of May, 1921. T. A. Wadden, City Treasurer A penalty of 1 per cent per month will be added if first install ment is not paid on or before July 17, 1921. T. A. Wadden, City Treasurer SPKCIAL ASSESSMENT IU)LI Madison. S. D., May 17, 1921. I, Win. Rae, City Auditor, do here with file with you for collection as provided by law. special assessment roll, as prepared by me this day for paving and otherwise improving that part of south Esan Avenue ex tending from the south side of the tracks of the Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry., to the centre line of Third Street otherwise known and designated as a part of paving Dis trict No. 6 under contract of C. H. Atkinson Paving Co. The description of all the lots and parcels of land in this assessment together with the amount properly chargeable to each is as follows: Part of the right of way of the Chi cago Milwaukee ft St. Paul Ry., south of said tracks and abutting upon Egan avenue. $5,211.79. Resolution Approving Assessment Roll. Bo it resolved by the city commis sioners of the city of Madison, Sv D. That the assessment roll for the pav ing and otherwise improving that part of Egan Avenue extending from the soulh side of the Chicago Mil waukee & St. Paul Ry., to the centre of Third Street south otherwise known and designated as Paving District No. 6 under contract of the C. H. Atkinson Paving Co., dated the 23rd day of March, 1920, which as sessment roll was filed in the office of the city auditor on the 16th (lav of April, 1921 and duly published on the 4th day of May, 1921, be and the same is hereby approved and the amount of said assessment levied upon the property as herein provid ed. Adopted this 16th day of May. 1921. Jas. Robertson, Attest: Wm. Rae, City Auditor. Mayo: I, Wm. Rae, Auditor in and fc said city of Madison, S. D., do hen by certify that the within and for going assessment, and copy of th resolution of the city commisBionei thereto attached are correct. Witness my hand and corpora* seal of said city ihls 17th day May, 1921. Wm. Rae, City Audito Filed in my office Uiis 17th ds of May, &M1. T. A. Wadden, City Treasure A penalty of 1 per cent per mont will be added if first installment not (Aid on or before July 17, 192 T. A. Wadden, City Treasure1 o "COLD IN THE HEAD" is an acute attack of Nasal Catarrh Those subject to frequent "colds In the head" will find that the use of Hall's Catarrh Medicine will build up the System, cleanse the Blood and render them less liable to colds. Re Repeated attacks of Acute Catarrh may lead to Chronic Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Medicine is taken internally and acts through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System, thus reducing the inflam mation and restoring normal condi tions. All druggists. Circulars free. 1. Cheney ft Co., Toledo, Obit). Foley Cathartic TaMetS are Jtifst tT*e thing for headache. biliousness, bloating gas. bad breath and other symptoms of Indigestion. Mrs. H. J. 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