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$ U" i*r }j .1 ttBr 'i.. ISfr#"**? 1 t: Wall Paper If yon buy wall paper without seeing what we can do for yon, yon are apt to bny amiss. Every motive that should influence any buyer is a motive for picking from oar stock. The assortment is expectional inquality, .coloring and distinctiveness. We have all the most desirable of this sea son's designs, we .have exclusive styles and onr prices are the low est at which snch paper can be had anywhere. We wish to show you are line. The buying will take care of itself. I. II. HELMEY & CO. THE CORNER DRUfi SRORE, Phone 75. Canton, S. D. Miss Clara Nashretured to Hull San day. —Try Barker's Cough, Catarrh, Con' sumption Remedy at Helmey's. Frank Fowles, of Hudson, was a Canton visitor Saturday. —Berney Hanson's for 25 cent meal that can't be excelled in the northwest. Martin Ljrbarger came over Sheldon Sunday. —Newest designs in very handsome crockeryware for sale by Grevlos & Son. Win. Banmgartner and Frank Bay •ore left for Lake Andes Saturday, on a hunting exposition. —Baltimore Count oysters, raw, stew or fried in batter. Hanson's restau rant. H. A. Skie of Grant was a guest of Otto Hervig lart Saturday and Sunday, returning home Sunday afternoon. —The new shirt waists for 1903 have arrived. Call and see them. 40 THE ENTERPRISE. —Norwegian Herring Appetitost and Norske Tyteber always on hand at Op land Brae. Arthur Lewis, who is working in the drug store at Inwood, was in Canton oyer Sunday. —Are you going to paint? See Dr. Noid's big stock and make your selec tion. Mrs. Dr. Bnrch, of Redfield. was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Johnston, at The Rudolph, first of the week. —Use tht beet paint. It is the cheap est. You will find the best paint at Noid's drug store. Harry Kehm of Harrisbnrg, who has been attending high school, returned home Friday last to spend the spring vacation. —Go to I. M. Helmey & Co. and get a bottle of H. W. Barker's Cough, Ca tarrh, Consumption Remedy. Nothing like it. Henry Hanson and the Torberson Brothers shipped a car load of fine hogs to Chicago last Saturday, Theordore Torberson going along with the car. —Delicious hot drinks at Dr. Noid's Try a hot lemonade, a hot chocolate or a hot beef tea, and you will get some thing that will do you good. Carl Anderson and John Walquist and Sam Ulrikson had two cars, of hogs on the Sioux City market Monday, and the boys found a fancy price. —Famous International Stock Food goes at a rush this month for |8 per one hundred pounds cash. No snch bargain ever offered at Noid's. Senator Martin Trygstad and wife returned to their home in Brookings county last week after a visit with Canton. —Remember H. W. Barker's Cough, Catarrh, Consumption Remedy will do what no other medicine will do. Noth ng like it. At I. M. Helmey & Co's. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Conklin returned last Saturday from their trip to Minne sota, where they enjoyed a delightful visit among relatives and friends and attended the golden wedding of Mrs. Conklin's parents, —Opland Bros have again prepared some Lutefisk which they sell at 7 cents gave er pound. When you know that we it, we know that yon want it. Keep the Feet Dry. It isn't necessary to wear heavy shoes to do so if you don't want to. Our Pure Gum Rubbers afford the fullest protection. They are absolutely impervious to moisture. They are strong, serviceable and dur able. All sizes and styles for men and wo men are carried in stock. Here's 75 cent values at 50 cents. 0. H. Lybarger. O. T. Brandhagen of Grant, was in town Monday. L. H. Larsen arrived Saturday from Winnipeg, Canada. John Millie and family left Monday for his ranch out west. —For fine job work call at the LEAD KR office. It can't be beat. W. K. Slade and son Dwight, spent Sunday at Hudson. Chris. Thorson returned to his home at White Lake Monday. Rev. A. C. Shepherd left on a tour of missionery work Monday. Mrs. B. M. Johnston was a Sioux Falls visitor Monday between trains. A. J. Berdahl and family left for the old home in Minnehaha county Monday. -Good second hand trnck wagon for sale. i8- CLOUD BROS & JOHNSON. ,T. B. Shedd of Postville, Iowa, father of Mrs. M. E. Rudolph, was here to attend the funeral Sunday. Misses Florence and Effie Eastcott re turned Monday from a short visit with Hawarden friends. Mrs. Emma Watson came over from Inwood Monday to pay a visit to Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Tillotson. Austin Olson came over from his Brooklyn farm Monday, and Austin was looking healthy and rugged. Otto Johnson of Highland, called Saturday to renew his subscription and get one of the new county maps. There are only 25 county wall maps left in the LEADER office, and these are all the wall maps to be had at any price. Frank Limback went out Mitchell Monday to see about a well bred team of horses he drew in jt raffle. Frank says he was offered $200 for them. Supreme Secretary L. D. Milne arriv ed home Sunday from Mitchel, where he had been in the interest of the Home Guardians. —Wall paper at lower price than the lowest, and all of the latest designs. Come in and see our beautifut designs, and get onr prices. DR. NOID. Miss Estelle Newkirk of Chicago, sister of Mrs. L. D. Milne, arrived from Chicago last Saturday, for a month's visit. Mrs. Aitken and her son David, mother and brother of Mrs. A. C. Shepherd, returned to their home at Plankinton Monday. Just 25 of Petersons beautiful wall maps left. When these are sold you can buy none elsewhere: Call at LEADER office early if yon want a map. Dr. Platon had hia office fixtures re' moved to Worthing Monday where he has located. He is a bright energetic gentleman and will meet every demand of the people. J. A. Tossini. brother of S Tossini, arrived from Camogli. Italy. Sunday. He is the well known Sioux Falls fruit dealer and had been to the old home on a visit. The last rush of ice over the mill dam at Beloit cut a hole in*the center of the dam. breaking some of the main logs on the edge. The damage can be easily repaired when the water gets down, to normal stage. —For a bad taste in tfie month take a few doses of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Price 25 cents. Warranted to cure. For sale by I. M. Helmey & Co. Miss Lonise Clark arrived home Sun day from Tracy, Minn to visit during a week's spring vacation from her school duties. She was accompanied by her friend Miss Miller, also a teacher in the Tracy school. A dance and basket social will be given at the Armory for the benefit of the Canton "Happy Holligan" base ball club. The dance and social is und er the direction of Mrs. Shufelt. The proceeds of the dance and sale of bas kets will go towards buying suits for the Happys'. Let everybody turn out and give them a helping hand. The date of dance and social is Monday evening, April 13. The lawn tennis players of the city and those who are interested in the game are requested to meet at the of fice of the Sioux Valley News next Tnesday evening. The meeting is for the purpose of perfecting an organiza tion of a club. Those who can not at tend the meeting and are interested in the matter will please hand their names into Frank Nash or Grant Mallory at the LEADER office. Don't forget the date, Tnesday evening April 7. Presiding Elder Dobson of Huron, Presiding Elder Jenkins of Sioux Falls, and Rev. A. C. Shepherd, were engag ed in discussing the outlines of the pro gram for the coming assembly at the home of Rev. Shepherd last Friday. Few realize the vast amonnt of corre spondence necessarv to complete a twelve day program that will be match less any where in the northwest. Dr. Dobson is a tremondons worker and is devoting his best efforts to the work The assembly program for 1903 will be better than last year, and that seems almost impossible. lOO Two Year Old Heifers. Wanted to purchase 100 two year old heifers. Apply to 40 44. GEORGE BYERS. Want Good Milling Wheat. We are always in the market for good milling wheat, at a little more than market price. HENDERSON & JOHNSON. SEVERE ATTACK OF GRIP Cured by One Bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. "When I had an attack of the grip last winter (the second one) I actually cured myself with one bottle of Cham berlain's Cough Remedy," says Frank W. Perry, editor of the Enterprise, Shortsville, N. Y. "This is the 'honest truth. I at times kept from coughing myself to pieces by taking a teaspoon ful of this remedy, and when thecoogh ing spell would come ou at night I would take a dose and it seemed that in the briefest interval the cough would pass off and I would go to sleep perfect ly free from cough and its accompany ing pains. To say that the remedy act ed as a most agreeable surprise is put ting it very mildly. I had no idea that, it would or could knock out the grip, simply because I had never tried it for snch a purpose, but it did, and it seem ed with the second attack of coughing the remedy caused it to not only be of less duration, but the pains were far less severe, and I had not used the con tents of one bottle before Mr. Grip had bidmeadien." For sale by I. M. Hel mey & Co. The painting season is at hand and the question is—what is the best paint to use? There is nothing that beats pure lead and oil. Of course the dealer likes to sell ready mixed paint, for there is more in it for him, and they, or some of them are afraid to meet us in competition on ar ticles like Red Seal white lead and pure linseed oil, articles on which the price should be about the same everywhere. Have yon noticed that there has been very little lead colic among the paint ers since they have been using ready mixed paintsV See? If you want mixed paint nse the Monarch—it has ihe lead. We have a nice line of wall paper and window shades, all up-to-date. Mr. Geo. W. Mawbey late of New York, is an up-to-date painter and paper-hanger. See him. J. M. LEWIS & SON. P. S.—Use Dr. Lewis' Cough cure. Mrs. John Zellar returned to Sioux Falls Saturday. Miss Kate Kennedy is spending her vacation with her parents at Hawarden. J. B. Ryan was an over Sunday visitor at Sioux Falls. Miss Laura Whitmore was at Sioux Falls later part of last week, Claud Bennett came home from Yankton Thursday to spend his vaca tion with his parents. Wanted a young woman to do gen eral house work.' Apply at once to Mrs. Wm. Fowler. 41. J. B. Ryan was at Sheldon Friday looking after the Canton branch of the Red Wing Batter and Egg Co. Mrs. Asa Forrest Sr., went down to Hudson Saturday to spend Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. Will Piggot. E. D. Lewis of Worthing, passed through Canton Saturday on his. way to Chicago, to pay a visit to his son Evan who is attending college. Miss Alice Conklin, assistant princi pal of the Flandreau schools, came home Saturday to spend the spring vacation with Canton friends. Enoch LysDess, who hat been employ ed at the Farmers Lumber yard, left for Chamberlain last Saturday, where he has accepted a good position in a yard at that place. Arne Christopherson has rented his blacksmith shop to Messrs. Gray & Downs from Sioux Falls. Mr. Christ opherson expects to farm and look after his other business interests this sum mer. Ole Hokeostad was down among the veterans Saturday. He says he has raised just as good corn as any man in the county, and he is going to raise the best bushel of corn in Lincoln county this year if he can. Hon. Thomas Thorson presented President Tuve with 200 pennant shap ed enameled pins to be presented to each of the students. The pin is a college or society badge and contains the letters A C. C. S. D. Ed. Moscrip's article in this issue on potato culture won him a vote of thanks from the institute. It is worth reading carefully. The potato is a vegetable yon never tire of, and good potatoes al ways command a good price. John Sogn of Lyon county was a welcome visitor at this office Saturday, and he and Mrs. Sogn find a hearty welcome everywhere in Canton, where they are very innch at home. Mr. Sogn's delightful home over in Iowa, is the center of great social enjoyment, and no one entertains more lavishly or with greater pleasure than Mr. and Mrs. Sogn, assisted by their chanting daughters Stella, Mabel and Judith. Joseph Ellis, who lives out on the old homestead in highland township, was a visitor last Saturday. Joe is a thorough farmer and believes in getting the very best results out of the farm. Last year, the poorest corn year Lincoln county has had for many years, Joe raised 5000 bushels of corn, and good corn, and we believe the best crop raised iu the county. He says he will be in the LEADER contest for the 100 prize, and if anyone beats his corn they will have to work early and late and all the time. Joe Meyers of the Aberdeen Land Company was in Canton last week. Mr. Myers is looking after his land in terests and answers many correspond ents in persons who are seeking invest ments. He finds from corresdpondence that the demand for land this year will be more on the actnal settler order than or speculation, and in a year or two, thousands of men will be wondering why they did not bny land when it was cheap. The cheap land is going fast, and $10 per acre is about the low est figure for good praire farm land. The entertainment given by the Christian Endeavors at the Congrega tional church Tuesday and Friday even ings, was a financial and social success. The entertainment consisted of the burlesquing of characters, and so well were the parts taken that all in attend ance were loud in their praise of the entertainment. Dwight Slade sang a bass sole which was followed by the "Bachelor's Dream" a pantomine in which Floyd Cooper represented the bachelor, but the yonng ladies which surrounded him soon awoke him from his dream In the burlesque play of Ma Sweet and her Seven daughters Mrs. B. Hawkes took the part of Ma Sweet, and she certainly handled her seven daughters to perfection who were as follows: Bessie Lowell, Sadie Arnold, Bud Kinsley, Annie Hanson, Pearl Mallory, Kittie Ross and Valetta Flory, and the yonng ladies did them selves proud with their part of the pro gram which consisted of songs and recitations. The entertainment netted the Endeavors $38. They will probably give the entertainment at In wood in the near future. Lost. A rain coat between my residence and the railroad crossing west of city limits, on March 25 Finder please leave at the auditor's office. JONAS MINOT. $27.lO To California. To San Francisco, to Los Angeles, or to most, any of the principal points in California. Every day until June 15, 1903. Via the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. Also low rates to hundreds of other points, West and Northwest. Ask nearest Agent of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway for ad ditional informntion. Colonist folder free on request. F. A. MILLER, General Passenger Agent, Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Rail way, Chicago. 6IVE YOUR SEED CORN A TEST. Take Every Possible Precaution to Secure Seed That Will Grow. It Is Feared That Some Seed Com Is Not of a Very Good Quality. The LEADER has frequently, during the winter, called attention to the im portance of knowing in advance what kind of seed corn you are going to plant and whether it has the necessary vitali ty and germinating power, and in or der to determine this important ques tion -yon must give your seed corn every test possible before the time to plant is at hand. A well posted farmer said the other day that he was going to plant 3 or 4 kernels in each hill this year instead of two or three as is the usual custon, in order to be on the safe side. This is a matter that farmers can determine in advance, and the advise of this old farmer may be important under condi tions resulting from the uncertainty of the germinating power of the corn which is intended for seed. The rush of spring work is at hand and corn planting time will come fast, still the careful, cautious farmer can find time to determine whether the corn he intends to plant is fit or not. Here area few words of advise from one of the be&t posted farmers in the state: "First—It is very important that yon should depend on home-grown seed for the main part of the crop, and not upon imported seed. "Second—That you should select ears of corn-Vhat have kernels of as nearly uniform size and shape as possible, otherwise it will be impossible to secure an even stand with any planter "Third—Do not fail to test the plan ter thoroughly with the seed you in tend to use. and stay with it until it drops regularly the required nnmber of kernels in each hill. "Fourth—Test the vitality or germi nating power of all corn! intended for seed. This is especially important this year. "Fifth—In case any seed corn is pur chased from seedmen insist on having it shipped to you in the ear, either in crates or in barrels. "Sixth—All this work, that is, the testing of the vitality, the sorting, shelling, and the testing of the planter, should be done now. and the sooner the better. If put off until the planting time is npon yon there is danger that it will not be done. "No farmer can afford to depend on imported seed corn for the main part of his crop. Seed .com imported from a distance and especially from a distant latitude seldom gives satisfactory re sults the first two or three years, even though the seed may be the very best, which oftentimes is not the case —New Lace Embroideries and Lace Curtains at Hanson & Sogn's 39 Go4l for Children. The pleasant to take One Minute Cough cure gives immediate relief in all cases of Congh, Croup and La Grippe because it does not pass immedi ately into the stomach, but takes effect right at the seat of the trouble. It draws out the inflamation, heals and soothes and cures permanently by enab ling the lungs to contribute pure life giving and life-sustaining oxygen to the blood and tissues. I. M. Helmey & Co. Build 13 South Dakota. On March 17, 24 and 31, and ou April 7 and 14, 1903, a rate of 14 from Chi cago and from Milwaukee, will be in effect to all points in South Dakota on the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway. The low rate is intended to bring set tlers to South Dakota. If yon are interested in this effort, you can help by sending the names and adresses of those likely to be interested to the undersigned. Complete infor mation about the low rates and routes, and a word on South Dakota, will be promptly mailed them free. Should you care to pay for the trip of anyone to South Dakota, you can pay the money to the nearest! agent of this company and heiwill arrange]the mat ter for you. F. A. MILLER, General Passenger Agent. Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry. A Sweet Breath Is a never failing sign of healthy stomach. When the breath is bad the stomach is ont of order. There is no remedy in the world equal to Kodal Dyspepsia Cure for curing indigestion, dyspepsia and stomach disorders. Mrs. Mary S. Crick, of White Plains. Ky writes: "I have been a dyspeptic for years—tried all kinds of remedies but continued to grow worse. By the use of Kodal I began to improve at once, and after taking a few bottles am fully restored in weight, health and strength and can eat whatever I like. Kodol di gests what yon eat and makes the stomach sweet. I M. Helmey & Co. Notice to Stockholders. The annual meeting of the stock holders of the Canton Building and Loan Association will be held at the council rooms on Thursday, April 7. 1903, at 8 o'clock m. for the election of aboard of directors for the ensuing year and the transaction of other busi ness that may properly come before the meeting. Dated at Canton, S. D., March 10, 1903. H. ANDERSON, Secretary. 190U Session Laws. The laws passed at the present session of the legislature will be printed by .the State Publishing Company, Pierre, S. D., who have the contract for print ing the new code and Session Laws of 1903 Every one desiring a copy of the laws early should send $1.00 to the State Publishing Company, Pierre, S. D. Prepaid if cash with order, other wise postage Is added. Official edition $3 00, half sheep $3 50 full sheep. This edition is the only official one. Don't miss the Big Reduction Sale at the Hub Clothing Store. Bargains in all lines. Council Proceedings. COUNCIL CIIAMHKII, CITY OF CANTON,) Station 1 00 A. G. Noid, supplies for city 2 85 J. C. Ricbter, salary Water Com. for Feb. 55 00 Claud Robinson, hauling tools for Water Com. 1 35 H. W. Brenner! caring for sewer for Feb. 10 00 C. Webber, work at scale office 1 50 H. W. Williams, for fire alarm for one year 7 30 A. W. Tucker, work 6 35 A. E. Harris, salary police for Feb. 40 00 Canton Telephone Co., phone for Jan., Feb March. 9 00 H. W. Brenner, salary chief of police for Feb. 50 00 H. G. Gilbert Jr., salary weigh master, Feb. 35 00 Canton Gen'l. Elec. Co., lights for Feb. 153 00 W. S. Ingham, salary and post age, City Auditor for Feb. 25 25 Ole Skorheim, hauling wood council room 40 Mutual Lumber Co., wood and coal 9 20 The seventeen cancelled water works bonds were brought before the council, and on motion it'was decided to postpone the matter of burning them until the next regular meeting. Moved and seconded that ordinance No. 135 relating to payment of dog license be enforced, and that chief of police give public notice to that ef fect. On roll call all members pres ent voted aye on the question. Mayor Thayer appointed H. W. Brenner as poundmaster, which appointment was approved by the council. Ordinance in reference to numbering houses and streets was refered to ordi nance committee. On motion Council adjourned. H. E. THAYER, W. S. INGHAM, Mayor. City Auditor. —Percales 6 cents per yard at Chraft & Hansen. 40 Cemetary Association. The annual meeting of the Forest Hill Cemetery Association will be held Tnesday April 7, 1903, at 3 m. at the Connty Auditor's office. A full attend ance of lot owners is requested as the question of a water supply for the cem etasy must have attention. Established 1878 March 2, 1903. City Council met in regular session with all members present except M. Bennett. Called to order by the mayor. Minutes of Feb. 2nd read and on motion approved. The following bills were referred to the finance committee and approved, and on motion were allowed: IT. G. Gilbert Sr., work as Street Commissioner $ 26 00 E. Ellingson, work for water works 26 40 Arthur Way, work at pumping This C. B. KENEDY, 41- President. Stockholder's Meeting:. Notice is hereby given that the ann ual meeting of the stockholders of the Canton' Go-operative Telephone com pany, will be held in the office of the Company in the First National Bank Building on Tuesday, April 14th, 1903 at 4:30 pm, for the purpose of electing a board of directors and officers. C. M. SEELY, Sec'y. DANDRUFF WON'T WASH OUT. The Germ that Causes It Has to Be Destroyed to Cure Dandruff. Many a woman "spends an hour twice a week scouring her scalp, thinking scrubbing off the scurf will cure the dandruff. Two hours a week, at the age of 40 years she has spent 260 days of twelve hours each, or two-thirds of a year of her life, in that vain hope: vain because you can't cure dandruff with out killing the dandruff germ, and the only hair preparation on earth that will do that is "Noid's Dandruff Cure"— also a delightful hair dressing, and thoroughly antiseptic,against all conta gion from use of other's hair brushes. Call at Dr. Noid's drug store Canton, and procure a bottle at once, or order by mail. —For liver troubles and constipation There's nothing better in creation Than Little Early Risers, the famous little pills They always effect a cnre and save doc tor bills. Little Early Risers are different from all other pills. They do not weaken the'system, but act as a tonic to the tissues by arousing the secretions and restoring the liver to the fnll perform ance of its functions naturally. I. M. Helmey & Co. CHICHESTCR'S ENGLISH PS"*!SttUU* in KED ud 6*14 meUllio bona, mlcd with blue rT" 'SSTTST. ribbon. Take ttker. RCAIH MI BiMtatlwi MI BtUBM for I a)! Drufgiit*. tbto pipot, Jalla. y—t Dragclat. or Mod 4c. to Uraltn, TcatlMRtali Idler, by r*. TeatiaooltU. Bold by 1 ilahwtcrOk«lc«l O*. PHILAH P2 A Weak Stomach Indigestion la often caused by ovsr eating. An eminent authority aayi the harm done thus exceeds that from the excessive use of alcohol. Sat all the good food you want but don't over load the atoraacta. weak atomacb may refuse to digest what yon eat. Then you need a good digestant like Kodol, which digests your food with* out the stomach's aid. This rest and the wholesome tonics Kodol contains soon restore health. Dietlngunneces sary. Kodol quickly relieves the feel ing of fulness and bloating from which some people suffer after meals. Absolutely cures indigestion. Kodol Nature's Toalo. t9sgsxss&ssssigsisxr Sold by I. M. Helmey & Co. V?| Wi UMl» The First National Bank OF CANTON, S. Capital f30.000. StarplHa *IO OOO. OR. NOID'S DANDRUFF CURE A Minister Bears Testimony. Rev. M. A. Martin, Rector of the Episcopal chnrch of this city, writes Dr. Noid under date of Jan. 14, 1903: "I purchased one bottle of your Dand ruff Cure and hair tonic eight weeks ago and use it continually. It is the very best hair tonic on the'market. Wall Paper at Cost for next 30 days at Dr. Noid's. Danger of Colds and Grip. The greatest danger from colds and grip is their resulting in pneumonia. If reasonable care is used, however, and Chamberlain's Congh Remedy taken, all danger will be avoided. Among the tens of thousands who have used this remedy for these diseases we have yet to learn of a single case having resulted in pneumonia, which shows conclusive ly that it is a certain preventive of that dangerous disease. It will cure a cold or an attack of the grip in less time than any other treatment. It is pleas ant and safe to take. For sale by I. M. Helmey St Co. 2aDOD Transact all kinds of business 'connected with banking. Money to loan at lowest rates. We sell exchange on all parts of the world. Safety Deposit Boxes to rent. Corns andseyis. AntiSeptic DandrilT Wins Approval from All. Cire The Court Passes Judgement. Those who know Judge Jones of the Second Judical Circuit know that no man appreciates a good thing better than he does. Here is what he has to say of Dr. Noid's Dandruff Cure: 1 cheerfully recommend Dr. Noid's Dandruff Cure. A very few applica tions I found sufficient to cnre a troublesome case of dandruff. J. W. JONES. M. A. MARTIN. A Leading Barber Endorses It. T. K. Sjarring, proprietor of the Cataract barber shop, Sionx Falls, a famous tonsorial resort, writes Dr. Noid under date of Jan. 13,1903.. "I would like to have you send me at once one dozen bottles of your Hair Tonic, as I am nearly ont. I am nsing a good deal. It is, no doubt, the lead ing Tonic of the day. T. K. SJARRING. A Cold Today, Means Consumption To Morrow. Consumption is more often caused by a neglected cold than any other way.— It is poor judgment to buy a common cough syrup when it is so easy to get Dr. Geo. Leininger's For-malde-hyde Cough Cnre the best cough remedy in the world for all serious and stubborn conghs and colds. It never fails. "Sold at 24 cents on a guarantee by I. M. Hel mey & Co. ALBERT JOHNSON'S Stli St, RESTAURANT. Open day and night. Fine Cigars and Lunch Counter. nHAS-RWENSQiy These two counties contain the best land in South Dakota which is for sale at low prices. Rich, black soil to a great depth, heavy growth of grass, free from stone or gravel. Land level as a floor.. Rainfall average for past eight years (See Government report) from 25 to 30 inches. Young man, if you wish to get a start in life with the great advantage of cheap land, which gradually grows very valuable and at the same time yields good crops, go up to Aberdeen, South Dakota, and the you just such a chance. Meyer Land Company 6arnegie says: "The quickest and surest way of becoming rich is in buying land." a Fain Right FARMLANDS. CHEAP FARMS, RICH SOIL! A Nationalized 1883 Have SOME MONEY Need MORE MONEY nvest YOUR MONEY twill MAKE MONEY In Land, Oil, Gold, Coal, Railroads Stocks or Bonds. Write to E. E. CARPKNTKR, Canton, S. D,' People Always Want Something Good to Eat. They always find every thing good at steam and Hot water. Bath Room Specialties. CHAS. SWENSON Corner Cedar and 5th Street. Veterinary Surgeon fiillaglwr, I. D. V., Graduate of McKillip Veterinary College, Chicago. Office at Palace Livery Stable, Canton. Calls answered day or night. Town County, ^—McPlierson County. will show Acres of the best farm Lands in the famous Jim River Valley, in Dickey and adjoining counties, north of Aber deen and around Oakes in North Dakota. No better place on earth than the James River Valley. Improved farms and unimproved farm lands, within the reach of all. Don't wait until prices climb out of reach. Lincoln Connty farms bought and sold. For terms and location of land, call on or address. N. N. ROMMEREIM. Norway Township, Lincoln County, S. D. fi A •i S „T •v. iV'-:- Hih. ...iy A -is I* iepjBP)gii|W8»g.