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ADVERTISE in the
LEADER. Large st
Paper, Largest Circu
lation. $1.50 per year.
VOLUMK 20. NUMB*« 10.
PRETTY SCHOOL MARMS TAKE
OVER CANTON
Teachers Institute Started Last
Monday
Superintendent Dale Holds Largest
Institute Ever
Yep, we have 'em.
School marms of all kinds, and all
just the kind to take the young Amer
ican mlud and wind It up for some
thing useful in life.
County Superintendent Dal«
spared no time or trouble In making
this year's touchers institute the best
ever hela In Canton and already some
hundred and twenty teachers are in
attendance.
The instructors were carefully chos
en and they will be of great assistance
to the many young ladies who have
yet to try their hand at teaching.
The faculty Is made up as follows:
iProf. Ü. G. Lawrence, Conductor and
instructor of U. S. History, Civics
and Current Events. L. G. Atherton
of Madison, South Dakota, Modern
Methods In Primary Beading and
(geography. Addle J. Maulsby of Des
WoineSj instructor of Pripaary Meth
ods, Reading &cd Drawing. JBonnle
Andrews, of Slsseton, Soyth Dakota,
(Instructor of Gramm er, Didactics,
American Literature and South Dak
(?ta History. E. C. Quale, Instructor
fa ^ej?mg,nshlp and Music. H. M.
Dale, Instructor /0 Physical Geo
graphy. Arithmetic and condufltor of
the Teachers' Round Tat?le.
The names of the teachers in at
fcenaaaüfc are g,s follows:
Nettie Loom er
Marie Fossum
Lesley Keith
f,i#P9tta Rising
Helen liaihtu^
Anna Enebo
Imilda Larson
Harold Harrison
&dua 4ttwoo(|
pffa Nessa
Olive Hohen
Arjle Pattee
jtfelga £a.ijl*oif
Sophie Anderson
(da Paulson
JoUa.no» J?nebo
jBvelyn VIpond
JW&bel Rosau
Ora Carrier
Veneada tilaroer
Alice Bergstrom
Zona Collins
Lucy Thornton
Mary Gorman
Alma Larson
Nora VVlka
Bertha Whson
Gena Larson
jfelma ksofby
pma (Jflso'n
Glenn Hanson
Selma Olson
fjucy Poole
fifara Peterson
faille qubt^rud
J. Clepcjennen
Emily yermllya
Frances Vermilya
Alma Q'SDU
ßva Knutson
Alma fejieigoq
Lillie Tollefson
Esther Johnson
Hfdnclie Parke
Wfnnlß
j^rey
Johanna Ileqalngson
Lillian Anderson
}|utf) Hyi^tendahl
lra pa^ltzqn
Jennie Groeneveld
Gertrude
jgtta Foiken
Rose Dickel
Bertha Tosseland
l$lodwen Hall
Gladys Johns.
Wining Hatch
Gertrude Stead man
Hilda Knutson
Florence Glasser
Hazel Tilgher
Clara Landen
Lena Sanderson
^ouise \V ilsoq
William iplsbrqty
Agnetta Johnson
Alma Rortyet
Gladys Kundert
Camilla Austin
M»r^aret fjeqcflng^on
jGenevieye Qwen Louise Eacjuette
Pearl Ward well Marian 8 to we
Eva Phelps Mabel Mayna^d
[v. Shaw yerna Chrisle|:
|ue* Slack fl- li Stli|we|l
fj. L. Mosesqn Veta Gjoodroad
(Gladys Murphy Caroline ne|ger$on
J^ellie Gorm.ui Minnie Helgersqn
j^9,ry flenner Vera larger
Jessie VVpod Maurice Johnson
fjaura A-loess Mavorle Renpett
f^eo Crawford Bess E. I^nutsoh
Sf»e Whitehead Rlancb Walker
Judith Aug Wna Leg
l^aifra Kjurstad Resale Sanford
Viylan Berg kula B^xnyYYtz
Ylpls* ^InQF flnarna Halvorson
^Vnnle James Mrs. Otto Hervlg
Mabel lverson Leah StonebacH
jjellv Kuhns M^e] J^qqsoq
j^llllan AHHdtt flora ^van^on
Adelja Bjvanqjq tielma ptokkep
piara yoyeq Harriet Norgaafd
Annie Ronnie lone Hellhoeffex
Advertised Letter*.
Aug 14, 1915.
Broby, Mrs. Gurnllus
Hadey, Mr. John
Roberts, Luella
Reed, Joseph
Stewart, Mr. Will
Whltham, Mr. James
STjevB JONK§, Rostmagtee.
Children's Summer Colds
It is wrong to neglect a cold at any
time because It weakens tbe system
and lays the sufferer open to attack
from other diseases. Wet feetr sudr
den changes in temperature ayl sleep-.
Ing uncovered at night caus& many
children's colds in summer. Boley's
Honey and Tar Compound gives iure
and prompt relief.
SOLD BY SHERMAN &
The White Front Clothing
making special prices on
'o,i
#.
pressing and dye work. Tly&Sop.
tee their work to be at
every respect. -^/^«Vear
iW,
See Glorious Colorado En Route
California
Are you goinig this summer to the
California Expositions? If so, you
should make the journey by way of
Denver and Colorado Springs and
visit the magnificent mountain sights
easily accessible from these two cities.
Your Colorado sight-seeing over, you
can continue on through to the Coast,
to either San Francisco, Los Angeles
or San Diego, or you can step over
and see the attractions of Salt Lake
city, and if desired, make a side trip
to Yellowstone National Park. This
arrangement is made possible for you
through the service of the Chicago,
Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. Two
splendid itfajpg -"The Colorado Spe
cial" and "U'he Golgr^do ]Bxpress"—
are operated through to Denver over
this route, In connection with the
Union Pacific Railroad.
You can return direct from Califor
nia it you desire, but for a few dollars
more you can see the beautiful Pad
tic North Coast, thence journey east
over the picturesque "Trail yf the
Olympian," through the heart of
three vast mountain chains. This de
lightful journey will amply repay the
few extra dollars that it costs.
Apply to the Local Agent of the
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Rail
way for western travel literature, in
dorsation about low fares, time of
trains, and other particulars.
Pickups Around the County
WORTHING ENTERPRISE
Justice court had a long session op
Wednesday. f.Jhe case pa trial was
for the recoyery qf money, with
Thomas & Son, of Worthing, as plain
tiffs and the P. S. Wick Co., of North
Ht. Paul, Heser^Hnt» After tlie at
torneys, A- B- Carlson, for the plain
tiff, and Asa forre^t, for the defend
ant, were heard tlieir arguments
foreiglit or rjjr)e hours, a yercjigti MS
rendered
r°r
the plaintiff.
FAIRVIEW EAGLE
(v c?. sloktzen of Canton, president
of tl)e Sloujc Valley power Co., was in
town last Friday looking after the In
terests of the Company down there
st. Sqrfreberg, Andrew and the
Mtsseg Bertha and Sophia drove to
Canton Tuesday of this week ]Q And'
riw's »Htg,
On last Friday evening a nice class
of six new members were shown the
mysteries of the Rebekah Lodge here.
The Canton degree team consisting of
several auto loads put on the work,
At about 11 o'clock a recess was taken
and a nice lunch was served by tbe
home lodge.1
Harry ^jindbergi C. Shen|tberg's
grocery salesman, when st^rtiqg out
öf §iouix l^alis B^ciqday Dooming in his
§-pae^enger Foras met with an accid
ent when out a short distance from
towp. Qn account qf the heavy rains
the roads are In very bad shape up
that w*y aud in driving ^long a, nar
row gra^e ^iet aqothef par, ftnd In ftt
jiemptlpg tq ylye his share of the
road the bank gave way and the par
turned oyer, making a, very had wreck
fit it. Bqt Kir- was very
jugky anfl pepaped with oply a few
^cratcheq.
HARRISBURG JOURNAL
(Jay Wlgrgln and family of Canton,
were here for a short visit with rela
tives Thursday,
Jim Caldwell took out one of the
pew style hinder wheels Saturday.
They are a large wheel of about the
dimensions and shape of a wood stook
water tank with the bottom knocked
out. This is set OR edge and the drive
wheel pt-ttie hinder travel* ou the
Innef side ol the rim as it rolls along.
An aqtq load went out from town in
the afternoon to witness it's operation
and brought in a report that the
thing w&g a latere awing to Inability
tu keep the wheel upright and also
the dilflculty o| malfltalnln« the bin
der wheel in the proner plaoe ou the
rim.
LENNOX INDEPENDENT
Surveyor H. N. Cooper, of Clapton
was in Lennox Tuesday g.rid attended
t^o some surveying for parties here.
Jennie Gronvold visited. Tuesday at
Canton returning home in the even
ing, being accompanied by Mrs, Mar
tin Qronvold of SpringQeld, who after
a few days visit here returned to her
home tbe following day.
HUDSONITS
This thing of pinching a country
lad fir going through town with his
auto at a pretty good clip and letting
all the town guys whoop alone lickity
spMt, does not appeal to us a little
bit. This is the town man's town,
and if we have any ordinances that
Fwill hold water, pinch tue townles
tfirst, and show the country people
hwho come here to trade hat we ary
cMght,
tQ
White Diamond
FP
Cant
Every pencf"
cattle for
sod ge*
4Xeorimber
io
set-
tyj* 1.000
free in
od and
and believe in taking our y.wn
s*Vediclne
first.
traV^-
E-
Jacobson, of Ponten and
InvAos Hegnes» of Baltic, 9. autoed
pllcägn from Canton by way of Moe öa
fore^lnesday. stopping here for dinner,
a d4to shake hands with their many
y»ar,| friends. Claus Is a Hudson boy,
&^le
Verly
being employed in a bank
Tnl2
here, until he and Knute bought a
bank of their own, where Claus has
built up a splendid business. Knute
would not tell us how he was coming
in the beauty contest but we under
stand that there Is nothing to it only
Knute.
Augustana College
The fall term begins on Tuesday
September 14th.
We offer the following courses to
High School Graduates:
A College Course of two years, pre
paring the student to take up the
study of law, medlciAe or theology.
An Intermediate formal Course of
one year leading to a first grade certi
ficate without e^amhxatijon.
An advanced formal) Course of two
years, leading to,a State certificate or
life dl^loipa without examination.
A Commercial Course
Qf
one yew
training the student for actual busi
ness in any line,
A Stenojyra^hioCoarse of one year
training the student to become a com
petent typist and stenographer.
Several Music Courses in Voice,
Piano, Organ and Violin.
We offer tbe following courses to
The E'üuth tirade Graduate:
An Academic Course of Four years
ptet aring /or college.
A Business Course of four years
preparing for actual business.
A Commercial Course of one year
with bookkeeping as the main study.
A Shorthand and Typewriting Course
of one year training for office work.
A choice of several courses In Nor
mal training preparing for second,
first or state certificates without ex
amination.
I And several Music Courses adapted
to the advancement of the pupil.
Write or phone the president, A.
G. Tuve, Canton, S. D.
Bargains: 200 suits to be
sold at 1-2 price at Seely &
Tank, Canton,S. D.
^A™8 WITH THE LARGEST PAID-IN-ADVANCE OIBOULATION
4 LEADER In the Cause of Economy ana Reform, the Defender of Truth ana Justice, the Foe of Fraud ana Corruption
CANTON, SOUTH DAKOTA. FRIDAY. AUGUST 20,1915.
WE
OUR FALL
ALL-WOOL
EVER BEEN
LET
A LETTER FROM FRENCH
TLE FRONT
BAT-
Homer Bainbridge Receives an In
teresting Letter from a Friend
Homer Bainbridge received a very
interesting letter from one D. W.
Thorln who at one time was employ
ed on his father's farm north of town.
Tbe letter g.oes far to show the spirit
of the soldiers and just what they have
to face from
day
to day.
The letter is as follows:
La Vallbonne, July 25,1915.
Dear Friend Homer-
It is quite a long time since I
wrote youa letter, but I have been
busy all the time, fighting the Ger
mans. I have been four months in
the French army.
I was. wounded the 4th of May at
Arras. We had a hot time. Never
giving quarter and asking none. I
am In the Foreign Legion.
The 4th of May, we were 4000 strong
and after the battle 846 answered roll
call. Ob! Homer, you cannot Imagine
bow cruel modern warfare is, and
how you have to suffer.
I am now realy for some place, Al
sace I i,'uess, aud ly tbe time you re
ceive this letter, I may he in King
dom come.
We will have heavy fighting this
fall, to try and get on the German
boundary. The German is a tough
tighter and cruel, but he Is scared to
death of the Foreign Legion.
Everyone of us that is taken prison
er Is shot without a hearing, so we do
not take prisoners.
The Germans come with their bands
up, singing "hello comrades" and have
their pockets full ot hand grenades
and when they (?et dose up they
throw them so we take no chances.
Well,
dear friend, I will have to
close, wishing all good luck and I re
main your friend,
D. W. Thorln,
1st Elronger, 1st Company,
France La Vallbonne. Aloes
E100E1I^=1E
WE ARE GLAD TO ANNOUNCE TO THE PUBLIC
THAT OUR FALL SUITINGS IN ALL SHADES
ARE HERE FOR YOUR INSPECTION
WE HAVE THE NIFTIEST LINE FOR YOUNG MEN
EVER BROUGHT TO THIS CITY AND WE
INVITE YOUR OPINION
SPECIALTY WILL BE A $15
SUIT—THE BEST THAT HAS
SHOWN FOR THE MONEY.
US CONVINCE YOU!
THE WHITE FRONT CLOTHING STORE
IEI00E1I
TWENTY YEARS
AGO THIS WEEK
Albert Carlson and Miss Cathenka
Lee started for Luverne, Minn., Mon
day on their bikes. Mr. Carlson will
go to Worthlngton before returning.
Paul Bankson was in town Monday
accompanied by his son George, who
fell from a tree on Thursday of last
week, breaking his right arm. George
is getting along all right.
A boy arrived at the home of G. S.
Hansen Tuesday morning.
Mrs. Judge Gilford left Cleveland,
Ohio, last week to visit relatives.
Tbe militia boys are talking of a
march to Fairview and a two days'
target practice.
John Sandvlg brought a sample of
German millet into tbe LKADBR of
fice Monday which he got on the farm
of Andrew Sandvlg of Norway town
ship The sample measured four feet
and ten inches and is the best sample
thus far displayed.
The ladles bathing club had a pic
nic »t Hawn's grove last Saturday af
ternoon, the principle object of which
was to give E. B. Frank, photograph
er, a chance to try his skill at trans
ferring on paper a likeness of the
beauty that was there assembled.
There will no doubt be a large de
mand for the pictures as soon as fin
ished.
Monday and Tuesday August, 26
and 27, are tbe days set for the out
ing days of Co. I. On the above days
accompanied by the Gate City Band,
they will enjoy themselves on the
hills of Iowa, near Elm Springs.
Tbe Harlan House, under the car£
ful management of Charley Seely, and
chief clerk Franklin, Is enjoying the
approbation of the traveling public
and local guests to a degree of pleas
ant satisfaction.
"epartmant of History
SILOS
Now Is the time to prepare for
building Silos. It has been clearly
demonstrated that the Stave Silo is
the most econm leal preserving the
ensilage better than any other. We
are prepared to fill orders for Stave
Silos of best quality at least price.
Using a double anchorage that will
hold silo when empty. Enquire of Tbe
Farmers Lumber Co.
Bargains: 200 suits to be
sold at 1-2 price at Seely &
Tank, Canton, S. D.
BULLETIN
tfuStouMwyz fa
ftx-öty and
o.Mee.D„
Every home should keep a supply of medicated
cotton, antiseptic bandages and lotions for use
when minor accidents happen.
You can never tell what time of the day or night
you may need them and ptompt attention to little
hurts often prevent serious complications- »..
FULL LINE OF NYAL'S*
FAMILY REMEDIES
Dexter's Drug Store
8 it*"»' T'AW
In *$?
1
it you want the finest
JOB PRINTING GET
IT AT THE LEADER
OFFICE
rvf *v
A
tSi&m
•1.60 PKR ANNUM
tSfcV-:
-!$
Pv
y.s
OITBOLAX
er AUfltia
i. 4'
CITROLAX
IT KOL AX
Best thing for constipation, sour'
stomach, lazy liver and sluggish
bowels. Stops a sick headache almost
at once. Gives a most thorough and^Miye
satisfactory flushing—no pain, no jK
nausea. Keeps your system cleansed, d^Jjr
sweet and wholesome. Ask for
rolax.
SOLD BY SHKBMAN & BOOHS FE-. ,-£
Don't forget that Ed. C. Warner
sells wall paper fron# the cheapest to
the best. Store Main St. totf^
1-1
Phone 12

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