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herald
Published Kriu^ys
LE.UMON, N. DAK.
J. F. PAUL GROSS
Publi-her
Sill 11t Ir11 p»T Yen $1
Kill)-! t»-|- till. I'.Ht at h" ~t
office at i *mrnin, H. D., as mail matter
of the sfxicrni clasft.
Dm'-Mr I'Aintnr Arv\M«« for^rv
Friday, April 3,190$
CFDAR CREF.K WHISPERINGS.
Mis* Ltscy Heaton is luck fmrn
Tisif her eastern liorrie, and
is now t« idling fit the Fitzgerald
school, which opened on Monday
with g( od attendance.
Charles, Merry, the frruardian
saint tliPNe parts, has gone to
I)icki nsoii for a week—presum
ably to take in the horse fair.
Mr and
Mir
Oeo. Layland are
now domiciled in a cute little
prairie h.ine on their
claim close
to the ranch.
The Norw. Luth*»rfm congre
gation lu re expects son to have
a
visit from their missionary
jiAftor, Rev Eidesvick, of the
United Church Thin Rev. gen
tleman will for a time doubtless
have a l»u-y field, as he will also
nerve the congregations al Het
t'nger an I Bowman. He also
pes to preich at Lemr o i
both in Norwegian and English.
Messrs, Texley Bros Hansen
ft Co. have received their J) plow
machine, and expect the engine
any day. They will put it to
work turning over the god as
soon as it comes They have
also coming an Advance tl.re
sher.
A god fence is now being put
around the grave yard of the
Lutheran congregation.
MISSOURI TOWNSHIP DOINGS.
The people of the east end are
strict devotees of good spelling.
Recently another of the favorite
diversions of the neighborhood
was pulled off at the school hc-ise
—wh ch is John Young's sod
mansion.
Ralph Chettinger entertained
his neighbors Saturday evening
at the hospitable Haxenslck
home in luiior of his father and
mother, who are here from Iowa
on a visit. The evening was
spent delig itfuily at dancing
and card-.
John Streiff, weary of cooking
his own meals, «nd smoking his
corn cob to kill tim», entertain
ed his friends and neighbors
Sunday at a swell dinner. "Mrs.
Streiff' didn't do much cooking,
but then, the 1 ulies saw to that
—a ich-d abode is always so
interesting, don't you know.
A new homesteader has ap
peared among us in the person of
A. E. Melllnger, of Mar^hall
town, Io va He is putting up a
good bu Iduig and e.xprcta his
family oon.
8chooi f»«r the west precinct
of this township closed lust Fri
day aftero on having kept up
bravely for four months. Not i
iy of si'h ol was lost—which
*peaks well for the bearableness
of the wnither, but still better
for the grit of our school marin,
Mrs. \V. K. P.lwards. An inte
resting pwjtfam of recitations
and s »ng., corked the closing
exercises, \-*,ch were well at
tended by n- iboring p-itrons.
Mr. am! W. li Edwards
«ntertai«. V sters Wa ter. Ru
dolph a I i nie Buustiun, Ro
land
Grvms
in I Harry Nash at
dinner on Sunday.
The pe, fide of t!ie Young
neighborhood hope to get a Sun
day sch 1 started in the ar
future
kmvc use First State* Bank secure
jron a loan oi your real estate.
You will do
wpII
ti call on
Brown Bros, Hettinger, N. I),
if you need to borrow money.
Nodelay. ou do business with
the people who loan the money.
Three tons of Seranton lignite
for the price of one ton tit soft
coal. Tareti tons of lignite will
last better than two of soft coal.
A ten
doilar
bill saved bv giving
jour ord?r to Wallace Worden,
Agent.
Political Announcements. iwawosewoi^
rOE STATE'S ATTORNEY. ADAMS CO.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for nomination on the Republican
ticket to the office of State's Attorney
of Adams ounty. subject to the prim
aries to U- held vu June 24th, ItHH.
Dated at Hettinger, N. D., March
12,1908.
R. M. Farrinjfton.
FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS.
To tlie Hepiihlican Voters
of Adams County:
I hereby announce my candidacy for
re-election to the office of County
Su|K'rintentlent of schools of Adams
county on the Republican ticket, sub
ject to the vote of the jieople at the
Jun-) Primary. I Itelieve that if the
difficulties under which 1 have labored
since my appointment were known to
the voters and the actual progress
made in establishing schools under
difficult circumstances and without
money or credit, were realized there
would lie no disposition on the part of
th people to "chanjre horses while
while crossing the stream." The fact
that there have lieen as many as twen
ty-eiyht selxiols in operation in the
county «.ii)ce May 1(X7 with the work
of organization still lrointf on with in
creasing efficiency niikes a showing
that the vott rs should not overlook.
1 do not lay any claim to the office as
a rijfht lnvause of the past labor and
difficulty of the work on a salary of
eijrht and a third dollars jwr urmth.
now tliat the office is becoming more
lucrative, but if the voters see fit to
reinemlier these facts on Primary and
election days it will be appreciated.
Frederick Davis.
FOR JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT.
Far*o, N D, Dec. 31 11M7.
To the Republican Klectors of the
State of North Dakota:
I hereby announce myself a candid
ate for the republiean nomination for:
the office of justice of the supreme
court subject to the primaries to be
held on June 24, I!»oh.
Edward H. Wright.
FOR JUDGE OF DISTRICT COURT.
I hereby announce myself a candi
ate for the office of Judjre of the Dis
trict Court of the tenth Judicial Dist
rict of the State of North Dakota,
subject to the republican voters of
said Judicial District as the same
shall bo expressed in the Primary
Election to be held on the U4th dav tit
June, 100?*.
I am now holding the office of States
Attorney for the county of Morton:
and I have been enjrajred in the pract
ice of law at Mandan. N. D. since
January 18x4. B. \V. Shaw.
FOR COUNTY TREASURES.
To the Republicans of Adams Co.
I have decided to make the run for
nomination upon the Republican ticket
for the office of County Treasurer, anil
teg herewith to lay my candidacy to
that important office before the voters
of Adams County. Assistance given
me in this my effort both in signing
my petition and in support at the polls
of tlu primary eksctiou will be Uigkly
appreciated.
Isaac Bird.
Res. on Sec. 18-130-81.
FOR CO. COMMISSIONER, FIRST DIST
To the Republican Electors of the
First District of Adams 'ountv:
I leg herewith to announce my can
didacy to the office of County Commis
sioner from this District. It shall ever
be my highest aim truly to represent
the 1 »est interest of my constituency,
and. with this pledge in view I solicit
the support of the Republican voters
at the coming primaries.
Harry C. Waechter.
FOR REGISTER OF DEEDS.
To the Voters of Adams County:
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for tlie Republican nomination
for tlie office Register of Deeds of
Adams county. Having had to start
the records of my olHce and get them
in good shape, which has caused a
great deal of extra work for the mini
mum salary, 1 will appreciate it if the
voters of the county will see tit to give
me the nomination for another term
and
will
give the work of the office my
best services as 1 have done heretofore.
Otto A. Jacobson.
JUDGE OF COUNTY COURT.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for nomination for the office of
Judge of County Court subject to the
decision of the Republican voters at
primary election. June 24tli, 11HIS.
Respectfully,
Jacob Sonderall.
FOR SHERIFF.
I hereby announce my candidacy for
nomination to the ortice of Sheriff of
Adams county by the Republican party
subject to the decision of the Republi
can voters at the primary election to
Ik* held on June 24, 1WS.'
E. C.
Barry,
CLERK OF COURT.
I hereby announce my candidacy for
nomination to the office of Clerk of
Court of Adams County by the Repub
lican irtT subject to the decision of I
the Republican voters at the primary
election to be held on June 24. litOS.
John A. Millard,
Hettinger, N.
FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
Gentlemen Republican Voters:
1 too am devoured by insatiate am
bition. and seeing how bountiful the
crop of office seekers is this season,
the temptation to run for something or
other proved to strong.
And so I hope that the voters of til
Republican ticket will judge me in
kindness, excuse my vagaries an i
"plug" and vote for me as candidate
for Justice of the Peace in season and
out of season not forgetting incident
ly to affix their John Hancock to in\
petition. And your petitioner will ever
pray' etc. unless extreme provoca
tion make it necessary for him to swear.
J. F. Paul Cross
Candidate for .Iustiee of the Peace on
the Republican Ticket and Mayor
of North Lemmon, N. D.
Postscriptum: I shall not hand a
round the cigars in furtherance of mv
candidacy'but an willin' to kiss the
babies provided they are clean.
Itlunger $ 1
1 Parsons 1
Attorneys and
....Counsellors
l|j Practice before all State Courts and jg
jg) United States Land Cilice. if
I IDoncy to Coati
en 1
mal I'roofs and Keal li»iate.
1 INSURANCE
S Lands for Sale. Filings, Contests
and Fiaa! Proofs
1
E. A. Munger,
3) l'. S. Commissioner.
HETTINGER, N. D.
•"/SfflriJJSlSjSJBI atiSJSISEjSISSIfflS ffiSl f^ig
LIVERY
I BLACK &DELKHAN
I fierscs
I Bought and
Sold*
EL
GROCERIES
1'UliE FOOD GOODS
A Complete Line of approved
Brands of
CANNKD FRUITS
CANNED MKATS
RRBAKFAST FOODS
CltACKURS. COOKIES
SMOKED MEAT, LAKD
Webster and Aberdeen Flour
Graham, I'ancake and Buck
wheat Fjour and Corn Meal.
We carry a big lina of
l'lain and Fancy
We invite yuur patronage,
being sure that both in
price and quality we can
satisfy you.
SQUIRES
& MARTIN
It IZ. MYCINS
3ewcler
Optician
Watches Repaired and
Adjusted. Glas.-ses scion*
titically Fitted.
matches, 3ew=
dry, Diamonds
LEMMON, South Dakota
They're all agreed on this:
CbeWc
Hettinger, N. D.
FOR
is the coziest place in town
OVENS & 11 AR 111 MAN
Proprietor
Only the Choicest
Wines, Liquors
and Cigars
East Side Main Street
near Depot. LEMMON
Chausse Bros.
Cbe new
meat market
Try our own Make
Sausag. and Cured Goods
Street LEMMON
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
Adams County. North Dakota
Auditor- G. L. Hurd.
Treasurer--O. 0. Severson.
Register of Deeds- Otto A. Jaeobsou
Clerk of District Court—Arthur A.
Brundajfe.
Sheriff C. K. Barry.
States Attorney—P. D. Norton.
County Judffe- Jacob Sonderall.
Sui)ermtendent of Schools—Fred
erick Davis.
County Surveyor—John V. Cam
bridge: postoffice. Gilstrap. N. D.
County Commissioners—A. A. Jack
son. chairman: G. E. Lemmon and
J. H. Waechter.
County Coroner—Dr. John G.Johns.
Superintendent of County Board of
Health—Dr. John G. Johns.
SCHX)L OFFICERS.
FIRST DISTRICT.
Board H. \V. Bentley. president: L.
T. Jacobson, Will Reeves.
Clerk A. P. Rodgers.
Treasurer—Issac Bird.
SECOND DISTRICT.
Board Wm. Elmslie. president:
E.
Ellefson, J. Wesley Hendlev.
Treasurer—Frank Rhoda.
THIRD DiSTlUOT.
Board—K. A. Husby, president Pit
Nilson, (ief». Kruse.
Clerk- -W. E. Dinwiddie.
Ti'ersurer—Moses Puarie.
Merchant Payne insure to rush
th«- season. Put up an awning
on Tuesday in fro it of his store
—and then it snowed.
As we go to press, sweet strains of
melody wafted across the state line
from up Main street indicate that the
Lemmon band is out en force for the
first time and in heralding the arrival
Of spring.
T. 0. Sandbo, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
T.«mnion. S. Dak.
"Jf you want to file or
contest, buy or sell re
linquishments, buy or
sell deeded land to best
advantage, call on the
Lemmon Land Co.
LEMMON, S. D.
Three Blocks South of Depot.
Frank mcHamara
S
Dentist
Corken & Lillibridge Drugstore
LEMMON. S. D.
E fliBCTiDfianoaaJifli iOiraroirinafiawi?a).
wtmntyn)|igtjg[j3m
1 When about to build, get i
your prices from
1
A A
Lemmon Lumber
& Feed Company
Lumber
E
(E
Sash, Lath
[E
Mi in les
Hoof Paper
Hard and
S Soft Xnck, Cement, Lime. E
I I
We handle the well known
Bowdle Tlottr
[3 Graham Flour. Rye Flour.
if Xran, Shorts, Grcund Feed
sj jl
Get our prices, see cur goods a
|j they'll tell the htory. i
Three blocks soutli of freight
Depot, eat of Main Stieeti
LEMMON, S. D.
Lawyer & Co.
E A A K E
Highest Market Pri^e
Paid for Live Stock,
Green or Salted Hides
LEMMON, &. D.
Condon & Sampson
Livery, F^ed
and Sale Stable
Open Dav and Night.
C«mmon Soutl^ Dafota
Edgar M. Bennett
Lawyer
Practices in all Courts, State
and Ffccieral.
LEMMON, South I
E Braught, Pres.
akota 'of
For a First Class Job of
I PRINTING
O E O
Jl Good Job and Complete
Satisfaction guaranteed
OUR LIGNITE MINE
Ht the mrry falf Slav Rjndi
Now in operation ajtd
feady for delivery!)#
the very best lignre
in these parts. Sitmi
ted fine miles soutl|
Chase ranch* on sfc.
34-132-93.
Man and team alway&in. attentJa«Ct*
Loading.
Per Double Wagon Box,p2.50
WM. ANDERSON, Mgr,
^fOQOGOSQQOOOQOCOO
Pioneer LiverysBarn
Stylish and
Turnouts at ail time#
Our New Location, Second
Black $ Detebaji
Office, Maiu Street* nearest to I
DEEDED LANDS, HOMESTEADS.
f^ELINQUlSHMENTp
CONTESTS,
Herald
H8sis| hi
Reliable
Ave. west
ills .:iji'J
Cedar Hi
stand Co itpany
er
ETC,
A Specialty ifasle of North
Dakoti
P. BLACK C. KURT
Braug!».t. Ca«1iier.
Cetntnon State Bank
ipital,. $'
Transacts a General Banking Business.
ign F-xchyinL- '.'-
town.
WORK HORSES Several I *nak«» out your ap
teams, good animals in prini" tion f'H^'final vr coiM^»i-tati
condition, for sale eheaj».
C'liII
at Nash's Dairy, half mile north
Vice-{
h.».--»
»Tneeth" a»J IP
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nal j" of and »w ou a
Hetlmger or Bism?
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