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ADVERTISE in the
LEADER. Largest
Paper, Largest Circu
lation. $1.50 per year.
Volume 26. Numbbu 16.
See
J. N. Odson, Auctioneer
The sale season Is again here, and
as It Is Impossible for me to meet you
all personally, I take these means to
heartly thank my last year's patrons
for their liberal patronage which
helped make last season a success. I
also wish to announce I am at your
service ready to cry your sales at one
percent as usual. I have a number
of sales listed and some Jan. and Feb.
Resolutions
The following resolutions were a
dopted by Gate City Chapter, No. 26,
Order of the Eastern Star, at their
regular meeting, Monday, September
27th, 1915.
"We understand Death for the first
time when he puts his hand upon one
whom we love." Whereas it has
pleased the Great Ruler of the Uni
verse to remove from among us our
brother Thomas Thorson, and
Whereas, he was ever ready to lend
a hand to the community's upbuild
ing, and whose public spirit and en
terprise was a standard for Emula
tion to his fellows. Therefore be it
Resolved, by this Chapter, that
while we bow with humble submis
sion to the will of the Great Ruler on
high, we do not the less mourn for
dates are already taken as early date
ing means a selection of dates. Re
member I sell anything—nothing to
trivial to receive my full attention.
Satisfaction guaranteed. See me for
a square deal before dateing your
sales, 'phone me at my expense thro
ugh Worthing or write me on Route
5 Canton. Yours Very Truly,
Would You Believe It?
ATHERMOMETER
that the name "Cole'*" is on the
frontdoor. None genuinewithout iL,
For Sale by
J. N. Odson, Auctioneer.
our brother who has been taken from
us, and
Resolved, that in the death of our
brother this Chapter has lost a faith
ful member, his wife a devoted and
loving husband and the community
an honored citizen. Therefore be it
further
Resolved, that the heartfelt sym
pathy of this Chapter be extended to
his family in their affliction. That
the Chapter room be draped in mourn
ing for thirty days and that these re
solutions be spread upon the records
of the Chapter and a copy furnished
the family under the seal of the
Chapter, and that a copy be furnished
to each of the newspapers of the city.
Ed. T. Eneboe,
Kate E. Averill,
Madge A. Fuckett,
Committee.
on the wall, head highland
one on the base board of your room will show 10
to 20 degrees variation in winter, in a home heated
by the average base burner.
A difference of twenty degrees of heat will turn com
fort to discomfort.
Twenty degrees difference is more than enough to
give the baby and children severe colds and worse.
Heat up this cold floor, this danger zone, with
COLE'S
Brilliant Radiant
Hard Coal Heater
(With Magazine Fernet)
and make it a safe playground
for the little ones.
Of easy draft control, it pours
out a flood of warmth and comfort,
hour after hour.
Every square inch of its highly
polished steel jacket and boiler steel
bottom is a heat radiating surface.
Not a particle of heat is wasted.
Not a particle is absorbed by heavy,
useless cast iron. Nor is there dan
ger from coal gas, that much feared
by-product given off by every heater
not equipped with Cole's Hot Blast
System for consuming gas.
When you buy this heater, you are buying one with a record. You
are getting a heater th« produces results.^
That is the only kind we are selling. Come for yours today.
Library Notes
New books in the library purchased
from the Queen Esther fund.
From the proceeds of the Cantata,
Queen Esther given so successfully in
the spilng under the direction of
I'ruf. Gronseth assisted by our local
talent, who gave so generously of their
lime .!»: library has been able to in
vest $85 in books All of which have
not yet been received but following is
a list of those to be found in the li
brary rcailv for circulation.
Fur th vsp interested In Immgratlon
With j.jo immlgraute to America,
Graham
On the rail of the immigrant,
Steiner
Immfgr.'iMon, Hall
Ira mil/rut ion, Falrc.hlld
I mm Ik nun forces. Shrivcr
The new immigration, Roberts
Imported Americans, Brandenberg
The old world in the new, Ross
Immigrant, tide, Steiner
The promised land, Autin
For the business man and clerks
Getting the most out of business,
Lewis
Ads and vales, Casson
The great illusion—is a study of
military power to national advantage,
Lane
All the children of all the people—
a study to educate everybody
Schools of tomorrow, Dewey
City manager—A new profession,
Tonlusin
Woman's work in municipalities,
Beard
When a man comes to himself,
Woodrow Wilson
Building a home, Desmond & Frahm
The progress of eugenics, Satuby
Tolstoy the man and his work,
Steiner
Canada the land of hope, Elkihgton
Across South America—An account
of a journey from Buenos A trio to
Lima by way of Fotosi with moter on
Brazel, Argentina, Bolivia, Chill and
Peru, Bingham
American masters of paintrly
American masters of sculpture,
Both by Caffln
JUVENILLE
In the camp of Cornwallis
Three Colonial boys
Four boys in the Yosemite
Four boys in the Yellowstone
Swiss family Robinson Wyss
All by Tomlinson
Robinson Crusoe, Defoe
A plebe at West Pojnt
A West Point Yearling
A West Point Cadet
A West Point lieutenant
All by Maloni
Oui little German cousins, Wadi
Our little English cousins, McMan
nus
The tru 'Iwellers, Dopp
The early sea people, Dopp
Ohatr in the Zoo, Winner
The four wonders, Cotton, linen,
wool and silk. Shlllig
A little book of well known toys,
Braden
Sunbonnet babies in Holland, Grov
er
Fairy plays for children, Goodlander
The tale of Tinmy Tiptoes
The tale of Jemfona Puddle duck
The tale of Tom Kitten
The tale of Mrs. Tiggy Winkle
All by Potter
Peter and Polly Wilkinson
Tommy Troti visit to Santa Claus,
Page
Fairy tales a child can read, Mixon
Billy Popgun, Winter
Brownies—thin book, Cox
iris together, Blanchard
Betty of Wye, Blanchard
For the classes In English, Shake
speare's life, art and character, Hud
son
Shakspeare's literature primu,
Dowden
The seen and unseen of Stratford
on Avon, Howells
Characters of Shakspeare's plays,
Hazlett
FICTION
The man who forgot, Hay
The idyl of twin tires, Eaton
Michael O'Halloran, Porter
The jungle, Sinclair
The Southerner, Dixon
Father and children, Turgenrlff
The honey bee, Merwin
The splendid chance, Bradley
The heart of uncle Terry, Munn
The conscience of Sarah Platt, Ger
stenberg
Open market^ Bacon
The guns of Europe, Altsheler
Drama-Children of the sun. Gooki
Baptist Church Notes
The pastor left on Tuesday to at
tend the Baptist State Convention,
which convened at Dead wood on
Wednesday, and will be absent over
Sunday. But all itbe usual services
will be held except the preaching ser
vice Sunday evening. Sunday morn
ing "A meeting for everybody," con
ducted by Mrs. Zellhoefer, will be
held. There will be special music. It
is believed this service will prove in
teresting and helpful. All are cord
ially invited.
Mrs. E. M. Boyce is preparing to en
tertain a large number at the Ladies
Aid which will meet with her on Fri
day afternoon. 4 general invitation
Is extended, v,
"V «i*
S
THE PAPBR WITH THE L,
A HOEST PAID-IN-ADVANOB CIRCULATION
4 LEADER In the Qause of Eoanjnuj and Reform, the Defender at Truth ana Justice, the Foe of fraud and Corruption Dep
CANTON, SOUTH DAKOTA. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 1. 1615
:xx7t
TWENTY YEARS
AGO THIS WEEK
Missess (Jarrie Hanson ami Lmih
Torberson went overland to Itvi-psfuiri
last Friday, from there they went by
rail to Meckling, Clay county. They
will visit with friends and relatives
for some time.
Mr. A. B. Carlson took part in the
oratorical contest at the fair and we
understand that lie was successful in
gaining the two years scholarship at
the Wheaton college which was offer
for the oration.
Judge Akins was In town for sever
al days and left, Monday tor the Falls
The Lincoln county agricultural ex
hibit at the state fair may not get
first prize, but it will require some
thing extra-ordinary tine to beat it.
President South, Secretary Miller, 11.
H. DeLoun and all connected with se
curing the exhibit have every reason
to feel proud of their work, prize or
prize.
The United Lutheran church held
a conference in Rev. Tetlie's church
(n this city Monday and Tuesday.
There was a large attendance and
much Interest manifest. An interest
ing discussion took place as to the
best means of keeping the youth
within the folds of the church.'
Rev. Tetlie has disposed of over 30
large pictures on which are the photo
graphs of 331 ministers and professors
belonging to the United Lutheran
church. This society has established
eight colleges in the United States.
Hans Brynjulson and Albert Larson
were among our welcome visitors last
Saturday. Hans says that the Rus
sian thistles around Canton ought to
be destroyed at once to keep them
from blowing out into the country.
Miss Mollle Helgerson returned to
Sioux Falls Tuesday.
John Soiem has purchased a new
wheel.
Notice
The citizens of Canton, S. D., and
especially those who have signed ap
plication for membership in the S. D.
R. C. League, are hereby invited to
meet in the Commercial Club Rooms
of Canton, S. 1. on Friday night Oct.
1st, 1915, at 8 o'cloclf p. m. for the
purpose of organizing a local league
for the City of Canton.
All are concerned and all good citi
zens are cordially invited.
J. E. Holter,
Prs S. D. K. C. League
Advertised Letters.
Sept. 18,1915.
Brogan, Mr. James
Clifford O.
DeEay, Mr. J. J.
Downing, Mr. Geo. W.
Edwards, Mr. Alex
Ferm, Mr. Gordon
Offider, Mr. U. S.
Jackson, Mack
Watt, Percivel
Sept. 25
Berg, Mr. C.
Coburn & Pearson
Hanson, Florence
Helson, Mr. William
Otey, Mr. Will
Petterson, Mr. Gustav
Stbvb Jones, Postmaster.
Methodist Church
Next Sabbath all the regular ser
vices will be held in the church. This
is the last Sabbath of the conference
year and it Is hoped that all the
membership will be present. There
will be no preaching service either
morning or evening Oct. 10. Probably
there will be Sunday school. The
theme for the morning service next
Sabbath will be "Jesus the Bread of
Life.'' In the evening It will be
"Three View points of Christ." At
the morning service there will be re
ception of members and the commun
ion will be administered. The Ep
worth League will be held at the
usual hour Millard Kennedy leader.
The Annual Conference Is to be held
in Sioux Falls from October 6th to
11th. This is so near that it is to be
hoped many will avail themselves of
attending. Bishop Quayle one of our
most eloquent bishops will preside
and preach the Sabbath morning ser
mon.
Change at the Library
The Board of Library Trustees held
a meeting last Tuesday evening and
after a business meeting they con
sidered the resignation of Mrs. Gifford
who recently tendered the same, as
librarian. The board excepted and ap
pointed Miss Rebecca Gehon as libra
rian to 811 the vacancy which takes
effect October 1st. No other selec
tion could be more pleasing than that
of Miss Gehon as librarian.
Notice
Exami a tions for Second, Third
and Primary Certificates will be given
at the Court House at Kanton, Oct.
7th and 8th.
Q. M. Dale, Co. Supt.
si»"
Pickups Around the County
WORTHING
The Mesdames Mary Brady, Thos.
Brady, T. A. Davies and Miss Minnie
Backer called on friends in Canton be
tween trains Tuesday.
County Surveyor H. N. Cooper and
M. Bennett, of Canton, were here the
first of the week surveying and get
ting the necessary figures to make a
profile showing the amount of fall
that could be secured in running a
sewer north from town into Beaver
creek, on the Warren farm. Although
the resultant figures have not been
given out, it is estimated that the
fall from Main street to the creek is
nearly 20 feet In a distance of about
one and a quarter milqp. This will be
ample lall for a sewer, and as most of
the citizens of the town are in favor
of a drainage system, we predict that
it will be installed.
FAIRVIEW EAGLE
Mrs. Louis Larson, of Canton was a
Fairview visitor Wednesday this
week.
Mrs. Thos Rood and Mrs. Myron
Rood of Canton were Fairview visitors
a a
friends here always extend them a
hearty greeting when they pay us a
visit.
HÜDSONITE
Robert Hales came down from Can
ton on Friday to shake hands with
his many Hudson friends. He says
that the wind did not injure his corn
at all, and that he is going to have a
whaling big crop. He also says that
friend Carl Inger is still making a
good living pulling autoes out of that
mudhole, which is a disgrace to the
county, and shows palpable negligence
on the part of some one.
Miss Venedea Glaser, daughter of
our old friend Jack Glaser, of Canton,
and one of the nicest school ma-ams
in the county, is teaching the Mara
hall school in Dist. 32 this year. Miss
Glaser has had two years experience
as a teacher, and is said to be a very
competent instructress.
John Overseth met his wife at Sioux
Falls Wednesday and returned home
with her the same day. Mrs. Over
seth recently underwent three serious
operations at Rochester and though
feeling quite well is still weak from
the ordeal she has gone through.
zahtt
FISH
NON-SKID
You can't get
greater safety.
You can't buy
longer mileage.
Money won't secure
you greater depend
ability.
a't®eat
of a
Revelers at the "Prince's grand fete, in the second act of that delightful,
musical fantasy, "The Prince of Tonight" at the Lyric Thursday night
September 30th. The one big show of season.
What Would He Do Next?
If any of the mad men of Europe
should challenge us, our nation would
be justified in saying, "No we will not
tight with you: we have 100,000,000
people to guard, we have countless
ideals to preserve, and we will not
wallow in the mud of war with you."
—William J. Bryan.
Wo would be justified in answering
that way, but that wouldn't save the
madman from proceeding forthwith
to wallow us in the mud of war, and
making this nation tributary to him,
destroying our countless ideals and
exposing to a madman's fury and lust
100,000,000 people. The proper way to
answer such a madman and the pro
per way to handle such a madman
are entirely different. Under Bryan's
policy of unprepardness how would he
handle madmen who refused to listen
to polite language'?— [S. C. Tribune.
Cheap Land And Huge Crops—That
Is What the Northwest Offers
The Great Northwest—North and
South Dakota, Montana and Wash
ington—beckon. They offer unlimit
ed opportunities to men of limited
means. The Northwest is now living
In an era of rapid development and
progress that will double and treble
land values within the next few years.
Several things point to this—the
opening up of the world's markets,
the growth of western cities, and the
extension of railway lines into fine
agricultural territory hitherto out of
reach.
But the greatest proof is the won
derful fertility of the Northwest
which shows itself in the. bountiful
yields of all crops, also indicated by
Montana's achievements at the San
Francisco Fair, where she led the
world in the number of agricultural
prizes won.
If you have any land hunger if
you want a good farm for yourself or
for your boy, investigate this new
country now. The best land opport
unities are in the territory recently
opened for settlement by the Coast
extension of the Chicago, Milwaukee
& St. Paul Railway, To enable those
interested to look over this territory,
the "Milwaukee Road" has provided
round-trip homeseekers excursions at
very low fares on the first and third
Tuesdays of every month.
Send for literature, read it carefully
then buy a low fare ticket and make
a personal inspection of this territory.
For literature and full information
apply to the local "Milwaukee" agent
or write to Geo. B. Haynes, General
Passenger Agent, Chicago.
FOLEY KIDNEY PUIS
tC'S BACKACHE KIDNEYS AND BLADDER
Compare With
Plain Tread Casing
Prices Of Other
So why not save money by
equipping all four wheels
with the Fisk Non-Skid
Tire?
Fisk Tires For Sale By
G1ESE&BREWSTER
[CANTON: MOTOR INN
Standard Makes
32x30 12.20
4x33 20.00
4x34 20.35
42x34 27.30
42x36 28.70
5x37 33.
5,TA
If you want the finest
JOB PRINTING GET
IT AT THE LEADER
OFFICE
StOty
The Big Comedy Event
Messrs. Jones and McCurdy mana
gers of the Lyric have finally arrang
ed an engagement with Milton Schus
ber and "The Graces of Musical Co
medy In "Ills Highness The Bey" at
the Lyric Monday Oct. 11 and it gives
promise of being one of the most Im
portant comedy events of the season.
The musical comedy which is in two
acts, is so constructed as to give
scope for the introduction of special
ties, and from the reviews seen of the
production these features are said to
be of a very superior order.
Preacher Was Laid Up
Rev. C. M. Knighton, Havanna,
Fia., writes: "For three months I
suffered intense pain in the kidneys
and back which at times laid me up
entirely. I used 1* bottles of Foley
Kidney Hills and all the pain disap
peared. I feel as if 20 years bad been
autded to my life." Relieves rheuma
tism, backache, sore muscles, stiff
joints.
V« Sold by SHERMAN A ROCHE
LOOK
Lincoln County Land
For Sale
A fine quarter section, well
improved, located in Nonyay
Township, for sale on easy
terms.
Good quarter section with
buildings can be had on easy
terms at $100 per acre.
Fine 80 acre tract, small
buildings, and very easy
terms.
Inquire of Aimer Helger
fon, Canton, S. D.
Two Children Had Croup
The two children of J. W. Nix,
Cleveland, Ga., bad croup. He writes:
"Both got so choked up they could,
hardly breathe. I gave them Foley's
Honey and Tar and nothing else and
it completely cured them. Contains
no opiates. Cuts the phlegm: opens
air passages.
SOLD BY SHKRMAN & ROCHE
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