8 LEMMON HERALD
I in all
of all makes
Smith Premier Ribbons
C. Smith Ribbons Royal Ribbons
colars and colar combinations. Brice
Mailorders promptly attended to.
The Lemmon Herald
Formerly State-Line Herald
Lemmon, So. Dak.
Mutual Life Insurance Company.
WATERTOW.N SO. DAK.
AT THE CLOKH OF BUSINESS. DECKMHKR 31,1911
Due and Accrude
us Due and Deferred 11,004 18
re. Fixtures. Stationery 4,000 00
TOTAL ASSBTS 1689.881 68
Daffodils, Narcissus, Pyacinths, Lillies,
Tulips, the offerings of the season
kept constantly on hand.
Phone me your special orders, or
leave same with Horr, the Jeweler.
Small Selections may be had at HOIT** Jewelry Store
I handle the
Miles City Floral
Call at my room in the Herald Build-
or phone your order, and prompt
delivery will be made
Mail Orders will receive prompt attention.
M. A. Gross, Florist.
^atch for date of Market Day
^emmon« in the near
*heep, farm machin-
'ousehold ijoods or anything
to sell, list it at once
to make this a good
or write H. H. Pomeroy
Mat Present Value of all Out
standiniT Insurance $276,91' f»
Offered Dividend Fund
Prerriums raid in Advance 1,3
Interest Paid In AdtiftM l.SKr
Capital Stock 200,**
Surplus 139.241 i
TOTAL LunLrrnw 9821.881
IWt forget that Old Line Life Insurance is the best
n shock absorber for the mirfotunes of life or of deaih.
L. Vauiihan, Agent. Lemmon, S. D.
Fresh cut every Saturday
and Wednesday morning
A Diamond Cylinder power
press for sale cheap. Run
10 months. Paper dis*
continued. Good as new.
Harland H. Allen, Fulton,
Full line of Home Made Can
dies at Tiee's Bakery.
Subjects of Interest and Importance to Farmers.
Dairyists and Stockmen of the Western Dakotas
'ontrilintiom, to these Columns will giai]\ inserted.
Try A Dollar's Worth.
The South Dakota HortieuHural
Society, a state institution exist
ing under special enactment of
the legislature' for the express
work of disseminating valuable
information regarding gardening
and farming, wants more people
that take an interest its doings.
It therefore makes an offer of 100
seeds of Cossack Alfalfa, and a
copy of the Annual Report of
the S. D. State Horticultural
society for a total of $2.
The Cossack variety is spoken
of as having immense possibili
ties, The seed of this plant, to
gether with the seeds of other
varieties of alfalfa, were intro
duced by Prof. N. E. Hanson of
Brookings, who returning from
an agricultural exploration
throught Europe and northern
Asia, in 1906 and 1908, as the
representative of the national
department of agriculture. The
supply, coming as it does, from
very frail beginnings, is very
limited, and parties wishing some
must make haste. Those who so
desire, may secure 100 seeds of
the Obb, Siberia, alfalfa, instead
of the Cossack. Address Prof.
N. E. Hanson, Sec. S. D. Hort.
Society, Brookings, S. D.
Two pamphlets, issued from
the press of the North Dakota
Agricultural society recently,
and which should be in every
fanner's hands, are No. %,
"Some Pointers in Dry Farm
in^ and No. 95, "Alfalfa" A
letter sent to the A. will bring
the3e pamphlets to your door.
Help Wanted—to save dimes
by eating 25c meals at Hotel
There is more Catarrh in this
section of the country than all
other diseases put together, and
until the last few years was sup
posed to be incurable. For a
great many years doctors pro
nounced it a local disease and
prescribed local remedies, and by
constantly failing to cure with
local treatment, pronounced it in
curable. Science has proven
catarrh to be a constitutional dis
ease and therefore requires con
s i u i o n a e a e n a s
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio,
is th° only constitutional cure on
the market. It is taken internal
ly in doses from 10 drops to a
teaspoonful. It acts directly on
the blood and mucous surfaces
of the system. They offer one
hundred dollars for any case it
fails to cure. Send for circulars
Address: F. J. Cheney
Gust Winchniller was in the Sheep
Creek vicinity on Wednesday of last'
A caucus for nominating township1
offcers for spring election, for Jordan
Township will be be held at. the Olson
school house, March lfi, 1911, at 2!
o'clock p. rn.
A number of young friends, of
Robert HendricVson surprised him on
Thursday evening. The event Mag
that of his fourteenth birthday.
Ole Brot*n and \V. E.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for
See Oscar N. Sampson for
your Fire Ins. that is soon going
:o run out.
LOST Nov. 16, 1911, gray geld
ing, medium build, wt. about
1250 lbs., freckles on face on
body, small bump on nose,
kicks front ankles a little.
Finder please notify R. N.
Risser, Grand Valley, S. D.,
SHEEP FOR SALE.
1100 Ewes and 37 Bucks Cots
wold errades, well wintered and
in pink of condition, for sale, in
quantity to suit purchaser. De
livery April 1st, or after. Ewes
hred to lamb about May 1st. Will
sell hunch entire under buyer's
privilege of five percent cutback.
Sheep can be inspected any time
at my place 10 miles north and 2
miles east of Lemmon, S. D.
P. 0., Stowers, N. D.
Mr. Citizen, give Oscar N. Samp
son a little of your Fire Insur
E. E. Green & Son has received
a full and complete lineo' field
and garden seeds.
v 1 fi t'j
Schuessler home and the new arrival
was promptly named Lincoln Regnal.
The mother and boy are well and Will
docs the smiling.
II H. Griffith, whohas been confined
to his bed with Lagrippe is agair.
able to he out and aroubd.
Chas. Lohins called at the Wind
miller home Monday.
Thursday evening of last week wa^
a time of great jollification among th
merry bachelors of the neighborhood
who met at the Windmwller home
The event being the da\ which makt"
1012 leap year. The boys feasted
Hert Mallard was at Lemmon on
business last Tuesday.
Joe Paranto was at the.Mejer-. mine
on business Monday.
Ivor Iluer is still engaged in n
penter work at Jas. Mangans.
The latest is a dray line for tlx- Cook
neighborhood. Ask n)e ahrut the
Ole tiroten returned from Swift Co
Minn., where he has been during the
J. E. Marcott bought a carload of
corn from tha Occident Elevator Co.
at Mott last week
Warren I'anetrecently rvt'irned from
his winters stay at St, Cloud, Minn.
J. E Marcott and A. F. Beasey are
hauling corn and seed from Mott.
Ladies Aid Society met with Mr*,
o. P. Roed last Wednesday.
Mr. Hoffman, deputy mail carrier,
has been drivingstage on the Lemmon,
Liberty route the past week"
The regular examination for
Second grade, Third grade and
Primary teachers' certificates
will be held at Bison and Lem
mon March Hand 15 11)12. All
teachers holding second and third
grade certificates that expire be
fore Sept. i, 1912. and intend to
teach in Perkins County next
year should take this examination
E. T. Vallin, Co. Supt.
ROOMING HOUSE My room
ing house, with bedding, stoves,
dishes and everything ready
for housekeeping, for sale re
I gardless almost of price. Situ
ated onp block west of d^pot,
Lemmon. Also 2 north lots in
blk. 5, or. t. Part cash, rest
i on time payment. Write me
1 at once. A bargain. Addross
H. H. RUD, Whitehall, Wis.
We have acquired a complete
House Moving outfit, and are now
in position to take up moving of
ed Thursday from Minnesota, cuch
will resume residence on their home
steads. More of the hovs are expeet
ed back shortly.
Andrew Nelson and C. J. Johnson,
were at Lemmon on business Monday.
John Grohs, from the Mott neighbor
hood was in the vicinity on business
On Saturday and Sunday this
vicinity experienced a severe March
Christ Carlson made some viyeront
efforts Monday in starting for rtuok
Creek, but after the second attempt
Christ again met the odds and yielded.
A i iv »i'»f y i n i
OLIVER C. CARPENTER.
Secretary of Roosevelt's
New York Headquarters.
PROTECT LIVES AT TIENTSIN
Foreign Commanders Evolve Plan ti
Tientsin, China. March 7.—The com
manders uf the foreign detachment!
stationed here have elaborated i
scheme for the Joint patrolling of thi
city when such a measure is found
The .laps lese troops, who have ar
rived from Manchuria, have tnken ti|
their quarters In the rlty.
The Chinese authorities have re
attested the immediate dispatch o
Chinese troops to Tientsin to malntalt
order here. Tt is certain that th
commanders of the detachments o'
foreign troops will not allow Chinese
reinforcements to approach withit
•even miles of Tientsin.
FELONY TO BE THE
sang songs and the climax was reach
ed in a fitting debate, Resolved, "That
it is better to live a single life than
married life An enjoyable time
reported by all who were present
Suffragettes face Long Term
Behind the Bars.
M-ueh 7 Prom no
all women who break the laws win
treated th« same as everyone else
commits n crime," declared Inspects
McCarthy of the London police in our
lining the plans of the city authorities
t.0 stamp out the property destroying
tactics of the militant suffragettes
McCarthy engineered the raid on th'
suffragette headquarters and is in a
tive charge of the work of repressor
This announcement brought horn
t« the suffragettes the seriou?!T,«,:c:
their recent demonstration.
The penalty on conviction may
seven years' Imprisonment. Th* flrr
three persons to face the charge ar
Mr. and Mrs Pethlck Lawrence an
Miss Chrlstahel Pankhurst,
on warrants. They will he
speedily and If convicted will
severe felons' sentences.
The thing that hurts the suffragette
the most Is the avowed interrrtoii
the government to attach rh
of the organization to reimbir
sons who suffered loss in the
The cash of the suffragettes, amoun:
la* to more than S'on.oon, will he hel
and when the government is con'
pelled to replace glass broken from
the raids and to pay for other dam
age resulting this money will he used.
This is possible under Knglish la«
an'd it Is known Premier Asquilh re
lieves this method will soon put ar
end to destructive demonstration'.
GILL AGAIN TURNED DOWN
Municipal Ownership Mayor Elected
Seattle, March 7. Complete unoft'
clai figures from 274 out of 281 pr
cinets in the municipal elections indi
cate the election of George F. Cotterill.
municipal ownership candidate for
mayor, over Hiram C. Olll n
town" candidate, by 1,000 to 2.""" ma
Cotterill's managers also declare
the charter amendment establishing
the single tax system in Seattle has
passed by a substantial plurality.
Olll, who was mayor a year ago, was
recalled principally through the vote*
of the women, who cast their ba'lots
for the first time at that election. He
sought the mayoralty again this time
aa a vindication.
BODIES TAKEN FFTM RUINS
Regains ®f Three Wisconsin Boarding
I Houss Victims Recovered.
large as well as ?mall job* on Piatteviiie, wis March 7--Three
short notice, guaranteeing good
and prompt work. We solicit
LV'Lf JTD nn/vr,
1 EC&ER BROS Contractors.
^dles were taken from the
B. M. Mocn
Invite you cordially
tovisit themif in netl
of anything in line of
u i i n a w a e
Wire, Kitchen Utensils
Farm Machinery, etc.
he war hereafter and every
who tnrough loyalty injures
will fact a felony prosecution. C01
splracy charges will be lodged fro,
now on, according to McCarthy, again*
every militant suffragette.
CordialTreatmcnt and the
best goods in the
market at just
Don't Fail to Come to
B. M. MO EN
FfUNGS, FINAL PROOFS,
BISMAPCK DISTRft 1
Office at Selma.
P. O. LEMMON S. D. Bo* 340
There is nothing as Mcuutfful fo
The Home. The Sick itmuii, aCift
Fresh Cut Flowers
We have them for you,
It is Better to Buy, t!
Wish You Had
Funeral Designs and J
on Short Notice
No order to
that b«?ed he,* IMe Tuesday The
i men, all of whom were foreigners,
trappad by Ht £atn««.
•A-ill allow 10 1 i
Miles GlvGreei rses
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