Newspaper Page Text
IK IflHM HERALD HANDLES Typewriter Ribbons, C. of Paper, Lemmon, ail makes OQiver Ribbons Smith Premier Ribbons L. Smith Ribbons Royal Ribbons Remington Ribbons In all colars and colar combinations. Price 75c for Duplicating and Manifolding Mail Orders promptly attended to. Typewriter Oil The Lemmon Herald Formerly State-Line Herald Dakota Mutual Life Insurance Company. WATERTOWN SO. DAK. Mr. Thoughtful Reader:- You are trying to make some monev on a small. medium or large scale, you are looking ahead, you are most likely trying to accumulate something for yourself and for those who are or those who may be dependent on you and also a margin for your own old age, if your plans are cor rect (if not you can change them in time) you will succeed in your undertakings proviced you live. You cannot make money to-morrow nor the next day nor at any future time, you can only do so NOW, so your success depends on the future. Will it not be good business and the essence of con servativenessto insure the future and make the whole scheme of human life a success as far as you are concerned? You can do this by a plan which many times cost you less than you may think, as the cost may finally be used to complete the plans of a life time. Buy a 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 Horr's Jewelry Store I handle the Miles City Floral Products Call at my room in the Herald Build ing, or phone your order, and prompt delivery will be made Mail Orders will receive prompt attention. M. A. Gross, Florist. Restaurant Wanted I have for tent a fine building, in live own suited for restaurant or small notel. Town formerly nad three restaurants, now has of Lemmon Herald- mlh,e 3-15 3-22 ia, ie of Trinity guild will daT'vr rs* Lemmon, Tues- i.ar? 1®- AH ladies are invited. So. Dak. 20 payment Policy, J. I. Vatican, Agent. Lemmon, S. D. Fresh cut every Saturday and Wednesday morning Flowering Plants X)o- A Diamond Cylinder power press for sale cheap. Run 10 months. Paper dis continued. Good as new. Harland H. Allen, Fulton, S. Dak. Fall line of Home Made Can i 4im Bakery. FARM TALK Subjects of Interest and Importance to Farmers, Dairyists and Stockmen of the Western Dakotas Contribution* to those Column-- -.11 gladly le inserted. Stale-tine Echoes. The count* scat of Harding eOUftty, Buffalo, suffered a heavy fire loss March when a whole block of its business street went up in flames. The loss is estimated at 125,000. A heavy northwest blizzard like storm was blowing at the time and made sill ef forts to stay the flames vain. Those who suffered fire loss were as follows: F. W. Van Horn, between $5000 and $f000, insurance $00 Schcnkenberger & Bond, loss about $3000. insurance $)500: P. O. Sletten, about $10000, in surance $9400: A R. Smith, aboat IH0OO, insurance $LV00: II W. Price, loss $400, insurance $300. H. P. Sin clair. the jeweler, located in the drug store was able to save his stock. Be sides these a number of othcrs sustained smaller losses such as cloth* ing, etc. Mr. and Mrs. Harry \Punson, of Bucyrus, lost their 18 months old babe from choking. A piece of meat from which the little one was eating, got lodged in its throat, and It expired in a few minutes. When in need of first C1A« re pairing remember that Papke Auto Co. can do it and do it right. All work guaranteed. We also carry a full line of supplies. Come and look over our stock and get our prices. Yager's Corner. A TRl'K STORY, northwestern In part the northwestern part And what do the people think about The Cook locals. 1 itV The senalor has his job, the land officers have their jobs, the campaign manager has his job, and the editor is getting a tine lot of final proof notices. When the people read the editorials of the aforesaid editor they will look with suspicion upon his advice to them. And they will vote for a man who represents principles in preference to oue who represents jobs.—Journal Observer, Kedlield. THE CASTLES. Castle Square Entertain ers is a company of exceptional nerit lrom the standpoint of popularity and variety of pro gram. Their work consists of both rocal and instrumental music and various entertainment features 'too numerous to mention." LeRoy Hlubert, the leader, is a "whole show" in himself and has issoeiated with him others who tre his equal in their own parts. o: tii,- Long Butte Wednesday with A larsre attendance The Ladie^ i.i congregation met Mrs. O P. Roed, was present B. 11. Griffith has had a relapse and is down with erysipelas but at the time of ibis writing is reported on the gain. Chas. Kiuley and family visited at the Ballard home rne day last week Ilenrv Hoed and Warren Pannett were at handler Wednesday. Emil Westgard visited at the. O. P. Roed home Thursday. W. F. Schuessler called at the home of C. K. Kronemai. one day laM week on business. On Saturday last Roy Lohins and Mr. Winseloe captured a coyote near the Cedar river. Dr. Curtis was in the vicinity day on professional business. of the stat^ of south Dakota, there is a town with a land office. In that land office are two government officials who owe their positions to a certain U. S. senator from the southern part of the state, in this town there is also a certain newspaper with a so-called progressive editor. This editor was long displeased with the aforesaid senator and said may uncomplimen tary things about him and said that he had well demonstrated his useless ness and that he should not be return ed. But theeditor. in hsjourneying-, wandered to the State Fair at Huron. There he met the aforesaid senator to gether with the campaign manager of the senator, who also holds a federal position, and when theeditor returned to his home, he straightway said that the senator was O. K and that his paper would be for him. And now his paper is tilled with fat final proof notices, signed by the officials of the land office, and now the editor says that the people ought to support th«j senator for reelection. W. K. Pannett spent Sunday with Henry Broten. The question for debate on last Wednesday evening at the C. O. l)ok ken home was Resolved. "That the cow is and has been of greater benefit to mankind than the horse." The judges decided Ihe question in favor of the affirmative. The next debate will teheld at the Windmueller abode. Liberty. Caucus wns held at tlie Jar vis school house Tuesday afternoon to nominate township oUlcers for Cedar Butte township The Liberty Literary society, as usual, gave a good program last Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. N. O. Broten have moved to J. E. Marcott's for the summer. Henry Roed h:is hired out to N. A. Olien N. A. Mien |»'titSatU»'(l,-i\ dav with friends at Stowers- indSun N. P. 1*. J. Peterson, of Spring Buiite, bought a horse of Abraham .Johnson last week. John Nobiey returned recently from his visit at Watkins, Minn. Mike Janes, who has been spending the winter with a brother at Bowman, N. D., arrived here Tuesday for a short stay at the home of Mike Kchaff. Methodist Bazaar. The Ladies Aid of the Metho dist Episcopal church will have a Bazaar and supper at the City Hotel on Saturday, March 2M, 1912 Sale will begin at 2 o'clock p. m. and supper £rom 5:30 until all are served. Everybody is cordially invited. EIGHTY ACRES good land to trade in for good horses, Land all fenced running water. Write Box U50, Lemmon, S. 1). While the Castles offer voca" ami instrumental solos of a qual ity to please the most critical their great specialty is "teatt work." Much the larger portion of their program is given by th' company. "Everybody works'' but the audiencc and they latiiri and cheer and feel more chaf itable toward all mankind from the opening number to the last "good night" about two hour0 later. It is a musical entertain ment program that all will etijey and none should miss. Communications To The I^entmon Herald: In response to a statement by l. K e e a n a s o r- a t- a e o e Baptist church of South Dakota. I am informed on good authority that .1. B. McKeehan stated at a public meeting in the Baptist church, he re at lemmon, Matvh 10, l',M2. that we were expelled from membership, i say right here that such a statement ts false. But at a meeting of the mem bers of the church on the of this month the churchclerk was instructed to write to J. B. McKeehanrequest ing him to appear at a meeting called for March ft, in the answer to this letter, he made a statement that he would prefer charges against three n»ein1ers of said chutvh. The letter was read by the clerk at this meeting of March !*, whereupon I demanded that he, Mr. McKeehan, name those persona that he referred 1 o, where upon he named them. Then I said, the only ivason why he intends to bring charges against those 3 members is because they stand for justice, honesty, purity and truth, and he was silent Then 1 said thai I didn't want to be a member of an organization that intends to bring charges against its members for standing for and up holding these principals, 1 then asked that, my name Ik? Satur stricken from the roll of membership of said organi zation, seven other persons asked, and on motion" were granted the same. Now the question is asked all ovet the land, Why has the church lost its power? It is not on account of anj outside influence, but it is because so many of the memlwrs are so ready to shield a wrong and evenct iminals ami crucify the members that believe in upholding righteousness and justict and reveal crime and vice and rebuk sin. Christ himself would be crucifleil by such members and preachers if were here in human form, for e a i n y e u k e i n i u i y e i Mathew 7:21, 22, 23. 21 Not every one that saith unto irie Lord. Lord shall enter into th kingdom of heaven but he that doetl the will of my Father which is ir heaven. 22 Many will say to me in that day, Lord, Lord, have we not prophe sied in thy name? and in thy name have we cast out devils? and in tin name done many wonderful works, 23 And then will I profess unto them I never knew you: depart from me, ye that work iniquity. Thf^e are the words of Jesus Christ. There is no one as great h- his Creator. Cod is nflt mocked. Signed, Chas. 11".in, To The Lemmon llorald The revival meeting• which have been in progress at the First Baptist church ill White Butte for two weeks past, closed last Mondav evening. The meetings started auspiciously hut after the lirst week, tlie inclement weather interfered with the attendance and with the pastor, Rev. Jas. B. Mc Keehan suffering with Ln.grippe, it was thought best to discontinue further services until conditions were nion favorable. As a result of the meetings, 13 additions were made to the church, 7 by conversion anil by e\|erieiicc. Rev. McKeehan, nastoi-at-large for S. I)., is a very strong preacher and has made many warm friends during his stay at White Butte and a return date will be welcomed. White Butte has a splendid church building and the new baptistry which whs installed for use in baptizing the new nieinbeis is a cause lor further pride to the eoummuity. An offering was taken im Sunday evening which morf than paid for the baptistry. Ten of the new members added to the church Weie haptized tm Friday evening, the house being filled wilt' very appreciative audience. Mrs. J. L. Wood. Fresh Home Made C'andise at Tice's Hakery. There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together, I Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. .1. Cheney & 'o., Tole.-Jo, ()hio, the blood and mucous H. L. Simmons U. S. Commissioner surfaces of the system. They offer hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure. Send for circulars land testimonials. Address: F. J. Cheney & Co. Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists. 75e. Take Hall's Family Pill« Jorj constipation. FILINGS, FINAL PROOFS. CONTEST HEARINGS BISMARCK DISTRICT Offii e at Selma. DICKINSON DISTRICT Office at North I emmon P. 0 LEMMON, S. Bo* 346 Homestead Address STOWERS N. W. C. T. U. meets Wednesday March 18, at the home of Mr* Kraught. Mrs. Bentley. leader All ladies are invited. Rev, Father Frei reports Mis. Mike Heil, of White Butte very low. He was called there Thurs day night for spiritual ministra tions. A flno babv boy has arrived at the home of Mrs. Bertha Ness, and Dr. Strang has it that both the young citi'.on and hismolher are doing fine, Have vour shoes repaire 1 by Doc Williams, the Shoe Surgf on opposite First Sta'e Bank. Of fice Hours, 12:01 a. p. m. and until the last few years was sup- for home soon. posed to be incurable. For a) great many years doctors pro-i A. S. Ha'scame up from nounced it. a local disease Saturday, having made prescribed local remedies, and by constantly failing to cure with i, local treatment, pronounced it in- jin hi to om' ay" curable. Science has proven winter on the claim with his catarrh to be a constitutional dis-j family, but is now busy earning ease and therefore re'fuiren cm |son)(» ,,f the coin of the ro i!m a atitutional treatment. a 11's t- 11 Rudolf Rainsland, who was taken ill the latter part of last week with an affection akin to appendicitis, and was taken to Aberdeen, Sunday, isrejmrted as convalescent. An operation was not deemed necessary, and he is in hopes of leaving St, Luke's 1 Y i V e tortL|OUB trip over very bad roads -t. par,ke auto hospital. The last number of the lyceum course series will be given Thurs day evening of next week, Marc!) is th" only constitutional *ure on the market. It is taken internal Ty in doses frotn 10 drops' to a! „,.u teaspoonful. It acts directly on 2' ,n 1 I known Cast le quare Lntertair onejers. This high class musical aggr.gation will present a fine or(tf£nm of instrumental num program bers. FARM LOANS WAWKI) im mediately, from $300 to $500 prompt money. E, Morris.