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•SI-'S. 1 frans-M s o u E i e Are Foot W lobby Shirts "Come, on In Here," Adler's Collegian Brand of High Grade Clo thing now ready for your inspection. We do not urge you to buy when you enter our store but, on the contrary it is a pleas ure for us to show you through We want to say to you right here that Adler's Collegian Clothes. The Best Clothes in The Land Far better than any other make*—Let us prove it to yoa Come On and See what we are showing in the New Spring Styles Complete line of AUTO Coats, Caps and Gloyes SHECIAL Guaranteed Rain Proof Coat $5.00 Xtru Punts— We have yem in all the New Styles and Colors from $1.50 to $7. Try on a few be as critical as you dlease make your wn comparisons. We want you as a customer and real ize we can only merit your patronage by giving you bet ter value for less money. Prices Range from $15. and Up. The New Spring ear ', All the New Styles and Colors in Spring Hats the Stetson, McKibbin and the Hat, made in New York. $1.50 up to $6.00 Your Choice in Neck Wear-50c All the new designs—narrow and wide ends bar stripes and combina tions. Every One Pure Silk. for Men J/(°^s a'!' ho re. All the i^i an^ Materials in all vn, ^'SS money than expect to pay. A Guarantee with each pair. The Styles we are show- L* ',".?l)r'ng include soft enffl1 S^\r*.s with U 5 laundered np' »a-nf ^ight weight Flan uh collar to match. "ice $1 to $3.50 The Guarantee Ctotlng Store. Land Office Building. CODDON Lemmon, South Dakota The Lemmon Herald Formerly THE STATE-LINE HERALD. Seed Grain is Being Delivered Lemmon, Perkins Gounty, South Dakota, Friday, March 29,1912. The grain d°livcries by both Perkins and Adams counties are in full swing this week, with the Perkins county grain being handled by ever graceful John Hokansen at the Hokanson el evator, and the Adams county seed, by the Bagley Elevator Co., with Agent Webb at the scale lever, and Dad Ward himself keepinfi a fast rye on things in general. To say that the scene at elevator row is a busy one is barely describing the doings in adequate terms, and John Hok anson is authority for the state ment. that the agriculturists are keeping him on the jump not only all but are insistent even in the nighfc and especially in the wee sma' hours of the morning, when the pillow feels so .good. Adam county appears to have the better of Perkins county in the quality of the seed, it secured i s contract. The Adams on countv wheat and oats given out here are excellent and very sat isfactory to the farmers who have to stake their hopes of suc cess on it, while the Perkins county wheat has given rise to many long, loud and evidently kick. Adams county at present gives out no flax, but Perkins county has secured some of the very best seed flax ever given out here —which helps to make amends for the rather unsatis factory wheat. The Palace hotel lobby is, in connection with the grain issue, also a busy place, as here thrones L. F. Shuttleworth, assisted by Otto Rodenbour and V. A. Wil liams, issuing the seed orders on which delivery at the elevator hinges. There is hardly a min ute through the day when one may not find there from ten to fifty farmers waiting their turn at signign up. Accused ol Undue Intimacy. Last week Sheriff Krause, act ing upon a warrant issued by States Attorney Moen, went to Fargo, where he arrested A It. Frater, returning with him Sun day. The young man is well known in the eastern part of the county, having a quarter of land close to the Morton county line, where he has lived for a number of years. Last winter he had spent at Fargo, his old home, working. Frater is charged with having stood in illicit intercourse with a young women of his neighbor hood, who at the time and at the present was considered mentally unbalanced. His alleged victim was struck by lightning last summer, since which time she is believed to be non compos mentis, although prior to her misfortune she was endowed with a fine mentality and the graces of youth and beauty. Frater was arraigned Monday morning before Justice Thomas, at Hettinger, pleading not guilty. The trial lasted until Tuesday evening, when the justice deem ed the evidence sufficient to bind him over to district court, admitt ing him to bail in the sum of $1500, which bail was furnished by Hettinger parties. He has retained P. Norton as his attorney, and expects to fight the accusation against him to the limit. Market City Council. Wednesday evening's session was one of more than ordinary interest, on account of the in terest attaching to the appli cation of Messrs. A Hack and Stelmach for a saloon license. This matter had been thoroughly aired for more than a month past, and the simple petition was therefore representative rather of two warring sentiments, be tween which the town was divided. All six aldermen were present when the meeting opened, with Mayor Braught in the chair. The interests of the petitioners were presented by Attorney R. J. Murphy, who made a strong argument for his side of the con o v e s y e e i i o n w a s fought, on the other hand, by the saloon men now doing busi ness. and their contention was backed up by a citizens' petition to that elfect. Several citizens took occasion to express them selves casually on the matter, among them I. Ember son, who pleaded for the petitioners. Whem the argument had reached its limit, an effort to have the question decided by secret ballot failing, the vote of the aldermen stood as follows: Messrs. Nesbitt. Pitz, Conklin and Miller voting no and Messrs. Lippman and Watt voting yes. The petitfon for the eighth saloon license stood rejected. Other matters taken up were of minor import, except the ap pointment of judges of election for the citv election April 16, as follows: 1st Ward: Howard Horr, L. A. Gilman. E. J. Morris. 2nd Ward: John Bamble, Emberson, I. T. Hermanson. 3rd Ward: Jes. Green, Mons Monson, John Pew, Democrats hold Nominating Convention. There was a goodly crowd of the unterrified on hand at Smith hall Wednesday afternoon, to join hands in the holding of a democratic love feast and nomi nating convention. Despite the fine weather outside and the many diverting interests some i y i v e a e e n s o e democracy were there, deter mined to keep their party in these parts well on the map and on the ballot N. H. Miller was made chair man of the convention, and Al fred S. Tubbs, secretary. Nomi nation was promptly resorted to. with the following result For State Senator, Shock Hall. For Representative. C. Peck. o o u n y A u i o e a n Whitcher, Ada. For County Treasurer, A. Bunn. For County Judge. John F. Lundquist, Moreau. For Register of Deeds, Wm. Menzing, Dewitt. For Clerk of Court, J' Emmons, Seim. For Sheriff, Sam Hooker, Bison. Peace and harmony prevailing, there was no undue or unreason able scramble for places on the ticket. The boys immediately carried through the signing of the necessary petitions, and are now pleased in knowing that Auctioneer Pome**oy will hold please report at Herald office Day auctionsevery Satur-J FOUND, a gold boss watch, dav. Owner call at Herald office. The First National Bank E A. R. C. D. Smith, Pres. Lemmon, So. Dak. ASTER Sunday you'll want to look your best and be at your best. A man aught to put on his choicest garments and call upon him self for the best spirit. You aught to be fitted out with one of our new HART SCHAFFNER & nobby suits Pair of O'DON N E s o e s e kind all like, who have tried them for wear and comfort. Mothers that have a e i o y s & LOST, an Eastern Star pin, on defendant. It appears that Main street. Mch. 23d. Finder!and the O'Neils had entered in ant, The Lemmon Herald l:suhhi,hcd June 8th, 1907. •I. F. Piitil CroNS Publisher and Kditor. No. 42 V CO-OPERATION will co-operate with you. Our service to commer cial lines of business will be appreciated by those business men who require the service of a thourough ly progressive, yet safe and conservative institution. Hvery dej uftnient is as arranged as to be of easy aecesVan^ benefit to the patrons. Officers are al ways g'iad to confer with those requesting counsel and will be glad to meet you at any time at their desk. The First National Bank I nited Sliilc.v l)«'nosilar wear one of our boys* all-wool Her culessuits will never buy any other kind, it gives the most wear and looks the best for the money. All Goods Guaranteed at The Model Clothing House The home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes O'Donnel Shoes Arrow Shirts Bellmont Hals A. E. Yager, as city justice, ... sat Wednesday and Thursday they will be in shape to score at I upon a clamorous case, in which expectations and they sued for the coming election. John O'Neil and wife were damages. After much haggling I plaintiffs and Mike Rashid was and wrangling. Hixzonor gave some cash. One of the horses failed tomeet un with the O'Neils Mike!the decision in favor of dei'end- taxing the costs to to a trade, whereby the former. Logan Berry appeared for de acquired a house and lots in town. fendant, and W. D. Hickman, fnd the latter some horses and for plaintiff. plaintiff.