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St -1 ... I V* & A & Defy the Sun! No matter how delicate your skin may be you can enjoy out door life to the fullest and still retain a clear, velvety complex Ion, by the aid of Hilmty's Tea Rose Cream. Apply it before exposure and the sun cannot harm you. It Is the daintiest possible lotion for any use. Price 26 cents. mm\ I i. M. HELMEY & CO. THE CORNER DRUG STORE Isaac M. Helmey, Mgr. Phone 75 Canton, S. D. It rains mighty easy now. Miss Grace Luther is home from tier Iwn« visit. The campaign cigars are not as numerous as they were. Rev. J. W. Dibble preached a fine tiermon Sunday Morning in the M. E. church. is^vV Rev* Koon8' £VS- formerly of the Pres- byterian church here, was In Canton „j|' last week visiting friends. V!/ Mrs. Harry Milliman of Sioux Falls, was visiting Canton friends last week and also her father, Dr. Rogers. When Col. McDermott runs up against the "Sioux Falls Style" he tells them "we are camels In Can ton." Rev. Loveall preached in the fore noon and afternoon at the Kerly school house last Sunday and had a good congregation. Miss Sarah Thompson of Dayton, has gone to Sioux Center to teach school, and Miss Thompson is very popular over in Sioux county. Miss Grace Uline of Dell Rapids, was a guest of her sister May last Friday and left for Chicago Saturday to attend a Kindergarten School. Bev. A. 8. Loveall leaves Saturday for Alexandria where be goes to assist in the reopening of the M. E. church at that place, which has been closed for some time for repairs. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Tborson •U'^rent to Yankton Saturday to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Sig Hanger, and attend the christening of baby Hang er for which Mr. Thorson was spons- They returned home Monday. Mrs. A. C. Milliman of Sioux Falls, formerly one of Canton's most popu lar ladies, came down to attend a social function at Mrs. Thorson's last ...week. Mrs. Milliman is a very wel i^rioome guest among her old friends. M. T. Gubbrud, the genial and pop ular clerk of Norway township, was In Canton Monday, and left a notice for publication that will be Interest ing to all threshing machine owners who may do business in that town- Frank Cuppett left for Vermillion last Saturday accompanied by his father, Col. Cuppett. Frank will con tinue his studies at the State Univer sity and take a regular law course, During his vacation at Cresco, Iowa, Frank put In all his|ttme reading law in the office of a prominent lawyer of that city, and Frank has wisely con cluded to take up law as a profession. We wish him all kinds of success. —It arouses energy, develops and stimulates nervous life, arouses the courage of youth. It makes you young again. That's what Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea will do. 36 cents^ Tea or Tabets. I. M. Helmey & Co. Sure Cure for Lump Jaw I have used Berigan's Lump Jaw Cure and reoommend it to be good. I -r,|]had a steer that had as bad a case as Jl ever saw three months ago. I used i!the medicine at that time—only one :giloae, and now it is ready for the feed 4»r: L. E. KNOWLTON. 5 Canton, S. D. Sept. 1906. For Sale by Dr. A. G. Noid. The Veteran's Program. The annual meeting of the Lincoln County Veterans Association, of Lin coln County, South Dakota, which Includes Mexican, Civil and Spanish war Soldiers and Sailors, will be held in G. A. R. Hall, September 22nd, 1906, at 2 o'clock p. m., assisted by the W. R. C. PROOITAM. Music furnished by W. R. C. Toast by A. J. Fowles. Reading by Mrs. C. L. Kundert. Battle Song "Shllo," L. L. Redfield. Music. Annual address by Hon. Asa For rest, Jr. Election of Oflicere. "Marching through Georgia" by the audience. Supper served in hall by W. R. C. A twenty-live c«nt supper for 15cts. J. II. IfOLSHY, D. II. IIAWN, President. Secretary. Senator Tillman's Lecture. On next Saturday evening the fam ous "pitchfork" senator from South Carolina, Hon. Ben F. Tillman, will deliver the first lecture of the Canton lecture course in Augustana College Chapel on Saturday evening of this week, September twenty-second. It it needless to say that there is no man in the United States Senate who has been so prominent in the public eye as this famous South Carolina fire-eater. He Is able, fearless, and an orator. None should miss hearing him. Reserve your seats Friday. It will be a jam. Musical Concert Near Moe. The Lincoln Fil Harmon! Orches tra assisted by the Moe Orchestra and the Moe Band will give a musi cal entertainment at John Engebret son's place two miles west of Moe, September 23. commencing at 1 o'clock. The Dokken Male Quartet, the Blandet Choir and vocal soloists will assist. Refreshments will be served during the day and supper in the evening. Admission at the gate 10 ccnts. Children under 12 free. Low Kates to Mitchell. Account Mitchell Corn Palacc Ex position, to be held at Mitchell, S. D., September 24 to 29 inclusive, the CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE A ST. PAUL BAILWAY will make a rate of one fare for the round trip to Mitchell from all sta tlons in South Dakota. Tickets will be on sale daily September 24 to 29, inclusive. Final return limit Octo ber 1, 1906. For further information see nearest ticket agent of the C. M. & St. P. R'y. Hurrah for the Mitchell corn pa lace. Don't miss hearing Senator Tillman next Saturday evening. The men who own livery stables find no fault with the primary sys tem of selecting candidates. Robert Buchanan of Sprlngdale was in Canton Friday congratulating the boys over their success. Mankato Commercial College, Man kato, Minn., can save its students $30 on living expenses. Send for catalog Theo. Evenson and Joe Copier, were down from Harrisburg Friday. Joe had a few opinions to express concern ing the primary. Ask any "Jap" that you may see, "Why the Czar, with Bear behind," had to climb a tree. The Yanks, God bless the Yanks, says he, They gave us Rocky Mountain Tea. 36 cents Tea or Tablets I. M. Helmey & Co. (J 1G/tecwi* •Pcvdti# Jorf as Cloud Brothers & Johnson Co. Office South of Post Office Come in and look at our four horse evener for 16x18 inch sulky plows. Works fine. Something new. We have on had a good stock Moline and Northwestern wagon, also -k Northwestern buggies, Smith and Success manure spreaders. Good stock wagon boxes Rices and Terms A xvjtys in »T am*- 1 Residence Phone 216 Business Phone 214 Council Proceeding. Canton, S. IX, Sept, 12, 190«. Council of the City of Canton met in adjourned session this day at 8 p. m., present: Aldermen Repp, Ellin# son, Brenner, Iiedtield and Helgerson. Absent: Syverud, Anderson and Ovre. Called to order by Mayor Gemmlll. Ordinance No. 195, fixing tax levy and making appropriations for the ensuing year was read the second time, and Alderman Helgerson moved its adoption. Upon roll call Alder men Repp, Ellingson, Brenner, Red field and Helgerson voted yea, and the ordinance was declared passed, and was duly approved by the mayor. A petition for a sewer, signed by G. S. Hanson, Mrs. G. S. Hanson and Wm. M. Cuppett, said sewer to be laid from the manhole on Main street west on third street to Cedar street, was read, and the following resolu tion introduced by Alderman Red field: Be it resolved, that a necessity exists for the construction of a sewer commencing at the intersection of Main and Third streets at the man hole and thence extending west on Third street one block to the center of Cedar street and Third street, at which point there shall be a manhole, and the committee on streets are directed to construct said sewer as provided by law and the ordinances of the City of Canton. That the City Council will meet at the Council chamber on Monday, the 1st day of October, 190H, at 8 o'clock p. in., to hear objections to said sewer and it is ordered that the above resolution and notice of hearing of objections be published in the official papers of the City for two successive weeks, the last publication to be at least ten days before said meeting and hearing. The above resolution was seconded by Alderman Repp and upon roll call, Redtield, Ellingson, Brenner, Helger son and Repp voted in the affirma tive, and the same was declared car ried. An ordinance amending Ordinance No. 185, relating to the construction of sidewalks, was placed on its first reading and passed. Alderman Repp introduced the fol lowing resolution and moved its adop tion. Whereas, the committee on streets has reported that sidewalks along the following described lots are out of re pair and need to be constructed and rebuilded as follows, to-wit: Lots nine and ten (9-10), Block ten (10), Original town of Canton, on north side of 4th street, five feet wide. Lots nine (9), Block ten (10), Origin al town of Canton, on west side of Lincoln street, five feet wide. Resolved, that it is necessary that each and all of the said walks be con structed and rebuilded on or before Nov. 12, 1906, of cement and of the widths and provisions as required by Ordinance No. 185. Alderman Helgerson seconded the resolution and roll call was taken, with the result that Repp, Ellingson, Brenner, Redfield and Helgerson voted in the affirmative. The resolu tion was declared carried, and the same duly approved by the mayor. On motion council adjourned. Attest: W. C. GKMMILL, G. G. GLENDINNING, Mayor. City Auditor. Mrs. Immke, mother of Mrs. Bacon returned to her home in Illinois after a visit with her daughter. Haldor Gregusson has resumed his position as salesman in Seely & Tank's Clothing Store, and no one will dispute the statement that Hal dor is one of the most popular young gentlemen in Canton. He has just returned from a four months visit in old Norway. Resolution to Construct a Sewer and Notice of Hearing Objections. Resolution declaring the necessity of a sewer on Third Street in the City of Canton, South Dakota: Be it resolved, that a necessity exists for the construction of a sewer commencing- at the intersection of Main and Third streets at the munhole and thence extending west on Third street one block to the center of Cedar street and Third street, at which point there shall be a manhole, and the committee on streets are directed to construct said sewer as provided by law and the ordinances of the City of Canton. That the City Council will meet at the Council chamber on Monday, the 1st day of October, lQOt), at 8 o'clock p. m.. to hear ob jections to said sewer and it Is ordered that the above resolution and notice of hearing-of objections be published intheoffic&l papers of the City for two successive weeks, the last publication to be at least ten days before said meeting and hearing. Notice Is hereby given agreeably to the above resolution, that the City Council will meet at the Council chamber in the City of Canton on Monday, the 1st day of October, 190S. to hear objections to the above sewer at which time and place all Interested parties are required to appear and flle written objec tions, If any they have. Attest: W. C. GEMMILI.. 0. G. GLBNDIMNINO, Mayor. City Auditor. Notice to Construct Sidewalks. Resolution deolariug the necessity and for the eonstruotiOD of permanent sidewalks, con sisting of cement, along and in front of lots and paroels of land and on streets In the Utty.of Canton. South Dakota, hereinafter desertbed: Be It resolved and ordered by the Mayor and City Council of the City of Canton, South Dakota: That It Is neoessary that permanent side walks of the widths herein provided, be laid on or before Nov. mh. 1800, upon the streets and along and in front of the lots and parcels of land respectively desorlbed as follows, to-wit: Lots Nlae and ten (0-10) Blook ten (10). Ori ginal town of Canton, on north side of 4th street, Ave feet wide. Lot nine (8) Blook ten (10), Original town of Canton, on west side of Llnooln street, five feet wide. That all sidewalks shall be oonstructed of oement as by Ordlnaooe No. 185 of the City of Canton provided, and shall be permanent Improvement upon and along said streets re spectively. and the owners of said lots and paroels of ground respectively are ordered to oonstruot the same within said time, and If the owner or any of them fall to construct and complete said sidewalks within toe time herein provided, then the said City of Canton will let a contract for the construction of said permanent sidewalks not so oonstruoted by the owners. In which oase the cost of con struction of suoh sidewalks, lnolndlng Inci dentals, will be assessed as a special tax against the abutting property, lots and lands In proportion to the benefits thereto and against the owners thereof as by the laws of the State and Ordinance of said eity provided, and notice to oonstruet Is hereby given. Passed by a majority vote of the City Ooun ell of Canton. Soutts Dakota, and signed and approved bv the Mayor of said olty this lth day of 8ep., isuiv. Attest: G- W. O. GWOMLU Lincoln County Fair. MI'BKM I'LUXIKAM. Come to the races—we will use you right. Purses not as big as some but money sure. Wednesday, Sept. 2fi. I'ony Running Race, mile, 2 in .! Purse $25 00 Green Race Trot, 1 mile, Purse 50 00 (Horses that have never been in a race for money.) 2:.'J0 Trot or Pace. Purse 100 00 Boys Race and Game Base Ball at 4 p. in. Thursday, Sept. 27. Pony Running Race, mile, 2 In 3 Purse $25 00 Free for all Trot or Pace 1 mile, 2 in 3. Purse 200 00 Spanish Lancers Race Ten to start. New, novel and entertaining. 1st 2nd 3rd 4th $10 $7 $5 $3 $25 00 Automobile race, 5 miles, wheel barrow race, three-legged race, greas ed pig race, to enter, all to start, the one catching the pig gets the prize—(the pig.) No entrance fee to this last race. Many other specialties introduced. Come and enjoy the sports—we will Kive you your money's worth. Game of quoits or horseshoes con test 3 moneys. Entries for harness races close on Thursday, Sept. 15, 1!KX. II. N. COOPER, Sec'y. —Ladies, read this catalogue of charms. Bright eyes, tflowintf cheeks, red lips, a smooth skin without a blemish, in short, perfect health. For sale with every package Hollis ter's Rocky Mountain Tea. 35 cents. I. M. Helmey & Co. K. I'. Sept. 21. I.. I'. Oft. 5. NOTICE. State of South Dakota, /•ss. County of Lincoln. I In County Court. In the matter of the Petition of William E. Miner for authority to sell and convey Ills homestead. Notice is hereby (riven that William E. Miner, of said county, whose wife. Desire E. Miner. Is now insane and an inmate in the Hospital for Insane at Yankton. South Da kota, has died with the Judire of this Court a petition praying- for authority to sell and convey his homestead, to wit: Lots Seven (7) and Eight (8) In Block Four (4) In Bradley's Addition to the town of Hudson. In said county: and that Monday, the 22nd day of October. A. D.. 190tl. at 10 o'clock a. m.. of said day. being a day of a regular term of this Court to-wit: of the Septemter term A. D.. lflOti. at the Court room of said Court in the Court House In the City of Canton. Coun ty of Lincoln. In said State, lias been fixed as the time and place for hearing said petition, when and where any person Interested may appear and show cause why said petition should not be granted. Dated this 17th day of September. A. I.. Hy the Court: ASA FORKKST, Jr.. Attest: Judge. A. BRADY BECK. Clerk. BROWN A BROWS, (SEAL] Attorneys for Petitioner. F. P. Aug. 31 L. P. Oct 1: Summons. State of South Dakota. County of Lincoln, In Circuit Court. Second Judicial Circuit. W. R. Shuman. Plaintiff, vs. Summons. Andreas Rey. Defendant. The State of South Dakota to the above named Defendant, Greeting: You are hereby summuned and required to answer the complaint of the plaintiff In the above entitled action, a copy of which com plaint is hereto annexed, and was filed In the office of the clerk of the circuit court of Lin coln County, state of South Dakota, on the 25th day of August, 1!K)6 and to serve a copy of your answer to the said complaint on the subscribers at their office in the city of Sioux Falls. Minnehaha County, state of South Da kota, wltliln thirty days after the service of this summons upon you. exclusive of the day of such service: and if you fall to answer the said complaint within thirty days after the service of this summons upon you, the plain tiff in this action will apply to the court for the relief demanded In said complaint. Dated August 30,1«06. MCI.LER & CONWAY Attorneys for Plaintiff. Notice of Application to the Circuit Court For the Change of a Person's Name. To all to whom It may concern: Notice is hereby given, that Paulus Bengtson, of Lin coln County, South Dakota, hus this day Sled In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for Lincoln County and the Second Judicial Circuit of South Dakota, a petition praying for an order that his name be changed from that of Paulus Bengtson to that of Paul Bankson:that the petition will be heard in the said court at its next regular September. 1906 term, which convenes In the court room of the court house In the city of Canton. South Dakota, on Monday October 8th, 1006, at two o'clock D. m., or as soon thereafter as the matter can be heard, at which time and place any person interested may appear and show cause why the same should not lie granted. Dated at Canton, South Dakota, the 18th of August, 1006. PAULUS BENGTSON, FORREST & SOLUM. Petitioner, Attorneys for Petitioner F. P, Aug. 10. L. P. Oct. PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE CON STITUTION OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA. To the People of the State of South Dakota The Ninth Legislature of the State of South Dakota at the session thereof begun and held at Pierre, the capital, on the third day of Jan uary, A. D. 1006, and concluded on the third day of Maroh, A. D. 1905, proposed the follow ing amendment to tbe constitution of the state, viz: A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing and agreeing to an Amendment to Section 83 of Artlolev. of the Constitution of the State of South Dakota, and Submitting suoh Amend ment to the Vote of the People. Be It Resolved by tbe House of Representa tives of the State of South Dakota, the Sen ate Concurring: 1. That the next general election in this state the following proposed amendment to Section 33 of Article V. of the constitution of the State of South Dakota, whloh Is hereby agreed to, shall be submitted to the electors of this state for their approval: That Section 33 ot Article V. of the constitu tion be amended so as to read as follows: "Section 33. The legislature shall have power to provide for oreatlng suoh police mag istrates for cities and towns as may be deemed from time to time necessary, who shall have jurisdiction of all cases arising under the or dinances of such cities and towns, respective ly. and suoh polloe magistrates may also be constituted ex-offlcio justices of the peace for their respective oountles. In oltles having a population of five thousand or over, the legis lature may provide. In lieu of polloe magis trates. for municipal oourts, the judges where of shall be Chosen In such manner as the legis lature shall prescribe, which courts shall have exoluslve original jurisdiction of all cases, both civil and criminal, cognizable before a justice of the peace under the laws of tbe state, and in whloh process shall be served within the city where such oourt Is established and shall also have exclusive original Jurisdiction of all cases arising under the ordinances of such city. Suoh oourt shall also have jurisdic tion oo-extenslve with the county In which suoh city Is situated, in such civil and orimlnal cases as may be provided by law." Tbe above proposed amendment will be vot ed upon by the people at the general election to be held in this stato on Tuesday, the 6th day of November, A'. D. 1S06 The proposed amendment will be printed upon tbe ballot followed by the words: "Shall the above amendment to the oonsti tion in relation to polloe magistrates and mun icipal oourts be approved and rati fled?" Immediately to the left of which shall be printed the words, "Yes" and "No," each pre ceded by a square 1n which the elector can plaee a cross to indicate his vote. Electors desiring to vote "Yes" will place across before the word "Yes," and those desiring to vote "No" wtll place across berore tbe word "No." Dated at Pierre, the capital, this 1st day of August A. D. 1806. D. D. WIPF, Secretary of State. Farmers aud Horsemen Are your horses afflicted with heaves? If so you should at once pro cure a bottle of Luers Ileave Drops, a sure cure for Heaves, Short-winded ness, Coughs and Indigestion. For sale by A. G. Noid. —For handsome suits in the latest style of spring and summer goods ca.. on T. T. Sexe, the fashionable tailor. Call in and see some of the handsom est suitings ever seen in Canton. —Two nice rooms for rent over the Leader office. PROFESSIONAL. CAKDS. Cyrus L. Wendt, Physician and Surgoon, Canton, S. D. Office in Wendt block 5th st C. B. Kennedy, ATTORNEY AT LAW, CANTON ^tate and U. S. court practice. K. R. BROWN H. J. BROWN Brown & Brown, LAWYERS. —orncs— Corner Broadway and Sth Street. C. T. CUTHBERT A B. CARLSON CIT1IKEKT & CARLSON, LAWYERS. Canton, S. Dak. \SA FORREST, JR. J. E. Corrigan, M. D. Physician CANTON, S. D. A BROWN, JOHN C. SOUEM Criminal Law. Civil Law. Forrest & Solem, Lawyers. 'Joneral court practice Land Titles. Conveyancing, Probating of Estate, Wills drawn, Collections, Con fidental agents. !06 East 5th St Phone No. 19. Canton, South Dakota. Chas. O. Knudson, AHorqey at LaW. Office over Christopher & Olson. F. P. SMITH, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Jrtioe over Lincoln County Bank Oanton. Residence 3 doors south of the Harlan House. Surgeon and Office over Farmers State Bank. John P. Brastad riiysieian and Surgeon. Occupies former office of Dr. Holmgren Phone 244 Canton, S. D. R. Hetlesater, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. Office in Syndicate Block. Canton, So. Dak. "•HSsrSi. It. Jamioson Practice in all courts. Office over Postofflce. Canton, S. D. E. A. Jones, Stenographer Typewriter and Notary Public. Office with State's Attorney Benedict. tfohi} Aqdersoa) A Soq Undertaking J. J. ANDERSON Lieenscd Einhalmer and Funeral Director. Telephone 70. W. J. Byrnes Undertaker and Funeral Director. Liceqse^ Eiftbalijier. Telephone 131 CANTON, SOUTH DAK. DR. C. D. TUTTLE, Deputy State Veterinarian Office Over Sioux Valley Hard ware Company.' Office Phone 237 Houae Phone aoj 0. L. Campbell Lieeiisc^ Embalmer and UNDERTAKER Calls answered day or night. Taylor Ptarqltlire Co. Phone 243 Dr. Jennings DENTIST Ilichborn Block. Phones: OtHce 147, Residence The Lincoln County Bank President, O. A. RUDOLPH, Oldest Bank in llie Couutj. Interest allowed on time deposits and short time loans a specialty O. A. Rndolph, E. Wendt, C. A. South, Vice Pres. C. A. SOUTH, Secretary, O. K. BROWN. Cashier. Tne Farmers' LumDer T. H. Helgerson, Ed. L. Wendt, Directors. The Farmers' Lumber Co. Have a Complete Line of Fine Building Material. Sell the Best Wire Fence Made. Standard of the World The fence of greatest weignt rod for rod, scientifically woven from heavy wire, thoroughly galvanized, that affords security to stock or crops, and that lasts long and looks well—that's AMERICAN FENCE Made by the largest fence concom in the world. Sold by ono dealer in every town. We ask, as a favor to yourself and to us, that you look up the AMERICAN FENCE dealer in your town and size up the fcncc, asking all the questions you l«ke ot the dealer, to prove to you Its high quality and great strength. Drop us a line—on a postal—requesting our new 1905 Fence Book* and it will leave our office for your home by return mail. AMERICAN STEEL & WIRE CO., Dept. Chicago New York Denver San Franolsoo Dry Oak and Maple Wood, Pine Slabs, Etc. DEAN & FITCH, Managers. Telephone 16. Old Reliable. Established in 1871. ,1 XSstat -3i&- Make Farm Loans on the moat favorable terms. Write Insurance in the Best Companies against Fire, Lightning, Tornado and Hail. Sell Ocean Steamship Tickets by all tne Leading Lines. GO. Make Abstracts Under Bond as Provided by Law.* G. SKARTVEDT, Canton. S D. Bowman -Kranz Lumber do. WIRE AND TILING—ALL SIZES OF TILING. BLOOMER PATENT STAGGERED STAY FIELD FENCING No old stock. No Culls. Everything is bright and new. Our lumber is all strictly up to grade and our prices are right. If you intend to do any building give us a call and we can save you some money. Spokane AND Return A. E. STOWELL, Manager. Uk Every Pay froijt Jlaqe 1 (PC/p) to Sepieijtber 15. Final Return Limit Oct. 31, 1906— Liberal Stop Over Privileges VIA THE GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY BNQUIRB FURTHER OF A. L. CRAIG, P. T. Or Nearest G. N. Ry. Agent St. Panl, Minn Ask the agent for sailing dates of the "Minnesota' and 'Dakota." Seattle to Japan and China.