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Jfi Braclshaw Brothers of Worthing Would ask you lo E E E —That thev sell— Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Building Paper lard Pine Flooring, Ceiling and Finishing, Ax^Mouldings, &c., &c. IcWFCoal. Lime Cement, 8u me. Cedar and Oak Posts, and a general supply of building material. REMEMBER this stock is all new and was bought at Hard Time Panic Prices. REMEMBER tee are Headquarters for Screen Doors, and it will be well to REMEMBER that we will not beundersold and thdt we can now fill your bilk .. at the very lowest prices. REMEMBER we will be glad to figure on your bills, show stock, quote pric(» and sell you a bill of lumber. Bnidsliaw Bros., WorthiBg. DR. MILLER, DENTIST "RACTS TEETH WITHOUT JN AND PUTS IN TEETH ITHOUT PLATES. OFFICE IN«!CHBORN BLOCK. i^e fresh ground buck wheat 'oidEat D. S. Waldo's., Splendid skating. Buy the best flour of O. S. Waldo. John Miner was up from Fairview 'Monday. This W. R. C. will elect officers next Saturday. The mild weather of last week was enjoyed by all. Lewis Larson has been silent for, lo these many days. Ladies and gents felt slippers at the Davis Shoe Store. The'new Bethel church on Main street taring completion. fpt. Hauson has built an ice boat and jla%@d it on the Sioux. TmMIw goods stores will decorate as «sua®$|plidav tra(^e- Col^-ffS. House returned from his Iowa trip'last Saturday. Fred W. .Sheldon was in town Tuesday with some nice fat turkeys. Lewis Brothers will provide a beauti fui line of holiday attractions. W. H. Opperud of D.tvis'was over in Con ton Uiis week visiting friends. Why let your hair turn gray when Hall's Hair Renewer will prevent it. Even S. Hanson left for Chicago on Monday to purchase holiday novelties. D. S. Waldo keeps the Anglo-American «tock food. The best on the market. Mrs. Emily Southard' was quite sick last week, but is now able to be around *gain. Tom Hannah wasconfined to his house for several days last week but is himself again. •,''|^f)avis Shoe Store is selling their ppiud $5.50 ladies French kid shoes at ^4 50. H'jjfcierz and Miss Louise drove to last Saturday, returning the Any smoker that wants to know what a good Grass Widow is just step into The Lion Pharmacy. Editor Linn left Wednesday noon, for Charles City, Iowa, to spend Thanks givi.ig with relatives. John Saudven reports business as ex tra good in the livery line. John tries to •do the fair thing by all. James Shanley has moved back to Can ton for the winter. He likes Cantou a little better than Chamberlain. The W. R. C. sent a box of bedding to the soldiers home Monday, and will send -a box of reading matter by freight. Gudmunsen & Millie had a big run of business last Saturday. They sold lots of furniture, and are selling cheap. Luther Whitlow of Delaware was in ,4pwn iyjuday. Luther is one of the square iware farmers and a first class .Co., are preparing for a big hol&li^^MM-^ and it is needless to say that i^Ta^mey will be in it stronger than ever. The Canton fire department is in splen did condition for prompt and effective work, but we hope no Are will compel them to do battle this winter. Mrs. Henry Frank of Worthing, was in town Tuesday. She is one of the most charming ladies in the country and always cheerful and entertaining. Attorney Dan Conway of Sioux Falls, came in from the west Tuesday morning. He discussed law, politics and religion with the editor and friends during the morning hours and wenthomson the 1:20 train. Dan says no lawyer in the United States could have convicted the Rev. Wilson at Sioux Falls under the circum yet the testimony was strong stances^ D. S. Graham flour that nas no equal Waldo. The Davis Shoe Store has a ladies foxed butlou shoe at 91.25. felt WANTED a good second hand safe. Applv «o Gudmunsen Millie, opposite LEADER office. Gudmunsen & Millie say they sold more furniture last Saturday than they expected to sell in six days. Dan Cudney smiles these pleasant days with all the cheerfyllness of a man who is contented and happy. Why shouldn't he? Isaac Helmey has purchased the Ander son house on Johnson street between 5th and Oth, and Ed. Shureltis putting it in order for the new owner. There was a joint meeting of the G. A. R. and W. R. C. last Saturday night. The W. R. C. gave the Army boys a splendid supper as a surprise. J. W. Reamer, Perry Juel, Edgar Wardwell and others gave shooting matches for turkeys last week. Judge Steiner managed to get his share. E. W. Owens and C. A. Carlson were in attendance at the directors meeting last Safirday, as were President West 'oury, Secretary Iverson and H. O. Strand. Dr. Noid takes pride iu the success of his barb wire liniment, which is the best thing ever used to heal barb wire cuts on animals. Call and procure a supply. It is a good thing to keep in the the house. Dr Noid states that his many custo mers report wonderful results from a liberal use of Noid's Condition Powders for animals. A supply of these powders is a good thing to have on hand. That soft, rich, glossy sheen, so much admired in hair, can be secured by the use of Ayer's Hair Vigor. All the assist ance that nature requires to make the hair strong, beautiful, ana abundant is supplied by this excellent preparation. The numerous cures of rheumatism by the use of the old standard blood-pur.fier," Ayer's Sarsaparilla, show conclusively that it is an effective remedy, if not in deed the specific, for this most painful and persistent of maladies. What has cured others will also cure vou. Commissioner Nelson called at the Beloit orphans home on his way up here Monday. He had a present or two for the little ones. He says there arc 41 pu pils at the home, besides the teachers and help. He suggests that our people re member the home when they have any thing to spare. One of the splendid results of organiza tion to fight fire was witnessed at the Beresford blaze last week. Beresford called on Centreville for help. A freight train was at Centreville, and the depart ment got on the train and was rushed through reaching the fire in about 20 minutes. Of course the freight train rendered this splendid result possible. A number of members of the Canton K. of lodge went to Hudson Tuesday nfternoon to institute anew lodge at that place. The Canton bovs securely boxed up their goat and let him clown over the First National Bank arid Albert Tucker hauled the wild untamed animWl to the depot. The goat will be well taken care of at Hadson. Commissioner elect Nelson, of the first district, was in town Monday renewing old time friendships. He shook hands with Mike Nelson and as Mike is some thing of a wit he remarked: "I ought to. know you but I can't place the location of another Nelson in the county." Iver told him that his folks bought a stove from him (Mike) in Beloit in 1871. That settled it. Mike knew him instanter. John Laxson says he is making more people happy these days than he- ever did in all bis years of experience in the clothing business. One naturally asks the reason for this glorious record. If you will call on him he will explain it by showing you clothing which he is selling below cost. The clothiug department is to be closcd up by February 1st to make room for Ed. Wendt's new grocery store. LAXSON BROS., After once trying the Grass Widow cigar at the Lion Pharmacy, you will have no other crass widow in your'n. Mr. and Mrs. Charles G«»etz left for Sioux City Wednesday, where Mr. Goetss will make his headquarters during the winter. O. T. Helgerson was a little under the weather last week, but is on deck again sellingtnachinery and atteuding to' office business, while Geo. Hubbard looks after the collections. Grass Widows are always charming, but the original grass widow is not in it when compared with the grass widow cigars at the Lion Pharmacy. Try them. Pork raisers, don't cry if your hogs die or don't thrive. Dr. Haas' Remedy will keep them healthy and thriving. Use it in lime. To delay is to risk a loss For sale by I. M. Helmey & Co. The old boiler house and additions to the building which is being fitted up for the Catholic church society, have been taken away—bouirlu by ArneChnstoffei son, and the building is being sided up and prepared for church service. Jurlge Shannon is keeping a fatherly eye on the Wn, Mendenhall was up from Hudson last Saturday and found lime to drop a dollar into the LEADER fund. He is a veteran ol the late war and served in "G" company, 6ih, Maryland Infantry. lie carries an ugly scar on his right arm, where a rebel bullet went through dur ing the battle of Cedar Creek, when Sheridan was 20 miles away. He was in the Oth Corps under Gen. Wright. The 6th held the field until Sheridan came up and the tide of battle rolled the rebels out of the valley. He only gets #12 per month as a pension. Gilbert Jensvold started for Norway last Saturday. He will get his LEADER At Nordre Land, and goes via Christiania. He goes back to the old country to spend the winter and spring and have a good time among the dear old Norway hills. On the same train were John J. Moen. Ole I. Moen, Carl J. Tvedt and John Tvedt, all bound for Norway. John J. Moen is one of the solid farmers in Nor way township of this county, and lie concluded to take li spin across the Atlantic and visit his old friends at I Bergen, where he will read the LEADER for the next three months. The other young men go along with him for a visit. The LEADER hopes they will have a nice visit and smooth water across the ocean. purposes, and many farmers do not seem to realize the double advantage of raising animals that command a good price as years We Have to Vacate our Clothing Room Feb. 1st, have $20 000 WORTH OF MIE Boots, For Coats, Underwear, Caps, $c., that must be sold inside of the next 60 days. We are making prices on these goods that will move them. We can save you money if you will look our line over before buying. In our Dry Goods room we have an elegant line of Dress Goods and Cloaks, more cloaks and dress goods than all the rest of the stores in the city put together, which we bought for spot cash direct from the manufacturers for our Three stores. WE ARE SELLINB DRY GOODS AT HARD TIME PRICES. We were head quarters for Overshpes last winter at prices that no one met. It will be the same this winter. Mens wool boots and overs cheap at the Louie Opperud gave a pleasant danc Davis Shoe Store. WANTED to trade dental work for a fresh milch cow. Call on, J. E. MILLER. It is somewhat surprising to hear the opinions expressed over the final result of Preacher Wilson's trial. I ing party at the Commercial house last week. G. S. Hanson, proprietor of the Lion Pharmacy, has already received a nice line of holiday toys. T. P. Thompson & Co.. continue to please their many customers with bar gains in stoves, hardware and cutlery. O. A. Rudolph is doing a heavy busi ness in the stove line. He has sold more new stoves this season than ever before. Gene Frank says he is prepared to take holiday pictures, and a young man or a voung Woman who is not supplied with elegant photos of themselves is not in fashion. Jerry Filian has gone to Jackson, Ten nesee, to live. Jerry was one of the first settlers in Delaware township and he prospered. He will succeed in his new Southern home. Nels Larson of Norway", a township famous for good farms and good farmers, was in town last Friday. Nels is com pleting a new wind mill on his farm and has pipes laid from his water supply to his stables and outhouses. Judge Gifford stated Sunday morning after hearing from the jury in the Wil son case at Sioux Falls, that States Attor ney Rudolph handled the case with skill and ability, and did all that any man could do to win the case for the state. E. W. Norton went to Nebraska after the remains of his timis-hler Nellie and brought ll)e body back wlth him aiM, improvements. |assisted by friends and relatives, lovingly Freeman Bailey and Clarence Reynolds and tenderly consigned the remains of came down from Rock Rapids last weik tne once charming Nellie Norton to moth to visit Sam Bailey of Fairview and do er earth. a little rabbit hunting with a couple of Sander Brynjulson of Highland, was hounds they brought along. Sam was among our visitors Tuesday, and lert the about half sick when the boys arrived, usual allowance ol silver with the LKAD but when he saw the hounds, he was ER Sander is one of the brightest and sick no more just then. The first day 13 most industrious young men in Highland, jacks were taken, and on the second day and the grand reception given for his 19 were counted as a day's work. The brother George's wedding last weea, is Rock Rapids hunters returned home last an evidence that he knows how to en Friday proud of their record. an evidence that terlain. More Local on Opposite- Page. These Are Bus Days For Us. Foresight and nerve has made our slock what it is. We have the goods NOW and are having THE TRADE. The people are astonished at the mag nificent line we spread before them, and the prices we ask for our goods warrant us saying that a house like ours, near and so convenient to you, deserves your trade. We do not ask it on a friendship basis, but ou merit. We have the GOODS and we sell THEM RIGHT. S We call particular atlention to the fact that we offer our customers all the advan tages which CAPITAL. EXPERIENCE iand SKILL can furnish. M. L. SYVERUD, The Oid Reliable. DENTISTRY. Since Dr. Miller, our well known dentist, has made such a cut in prices, his office has been packed each day, and he will continue the cut for one week more in order to give all a chance A representative of the LEADER in speaking with Mr. Skartvedt this week about advertising his Short Horn cattle for breeding purposes, and he smiled. "For breeding purposes," said he. "Why the Sioux Falls butchers are advertising! to get a first class set of teeth for my corn fed short horns for beef, and] $6. OO, or to have that bad tooth their customers are crowding each other! out for 2S cents without pain, for some of this splendid meat." "Oh,'And I also wish to state for the yes," said Mr. Skartvedt, "my Short benefit of others, that my assis Horns bring me as much for beef as I ^anj- is fully competent to run have been asking for them for breeding the office in my blooded animals and as beef cattle. The over five years, and absence, as he a a in and been Short Horns are the greatest beef cattle antec all work done by him in in the world, and it cost, no more to raise my absence. them than common scrubs." Dli. J. K. MlLLEK. 'J1™?, emP'°y I Leaders in Popular Low Frices. MOVED. The LION PHARMACY has moved from their old stand in the National Bank of Canton block to the store recently vacated by O. H. Lybarger & Co., on Main street, first door south of Ander son Bros, furniture store, where we will be pleased to see all of our old, as well as many new customers. TIP TOP Flour Leads all brands. It is made from the best a and sold. a figure. Hender & Gu inter, Beloit la and Can ton, S TIP TOP FLOUR Is the Housewife's pride. Itisused a lovers of O O BRE A D. O O is oy the home TRY it and see! fully guar- V-" i' -r Holiday Goods Now Arriving. Wall Paper, Paints, Oils, Brushes &c. Pure Drugs, Patent Medicines, Cigars, Toilet Articles of every Description. Those seeking medicine at night can be supplied as the prescription clerk sleeps in the store. Q-. S. HA.MSOM. AND IF YOU expect to have good bread you good, flour. Good bread is a from TIP TOP flour. is a in mind. It will pay you. for a moment while we tell you about our Groceries. we haven't much to say, but even that little is well worth your while to hear. Our stock is a collection of bargains, crowded with novelties, and crowds of buyers come to see them. It's safe to follow the crowd, because everybody isn't going to the wrong place. what every body wants is worth having and you certainly want to come and see the stock. It takes economy to save, and you'll save most by buying from us. To raise trade we raze prices, put them on the ground so to speak. Shakspere says uneasy lies the head thai wears a crown. The head of any sensi ble Housekeeper is never uneasy about the quali ty of her bread if it is made of •TIP TOP FLO H, as Tip Top is the best on earth. A home full of love is the hope of all. Love, joy and peace at home from a use of TOP This Peace on Earth, good will lo all, sings out' the Poet but if he only a and peace there is in the use of TIP TOP flour, lie wouli forever sing its praise OOcentsa sack. Get one and a ke iI home, it will please. a 1 I flour, brand knock divorce it a anytime. Good bread makes mar- riitge a success. This is happiness. 10 A. C. MILLIMAN, The Reliable Grocer. 1' :.v vi p.