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Itmnm B.rald, Fornerfy TV State-Line HeraU Published Fridays at LHMMQN, SOUTH DAKOTA. J. *•". Fat[, Oft.«, Put::^h^*r. Sab«.ripli«i $1.30 tk year Et."i -rfl «c*V!«Hr 4li, e il H*1.. it* »*t L#mjixm. I audi iMltei •. in. aeeood elm* Friday, tnard) 29, W2. "aft must wear a smile vs. when he thinks of the his friend Teddy waff han n North Dakota. vmlt of the action of the*! it thv- citizens wiii any other, held heretofore or Ibeir rectified, it is mostly because i ,d past elections were regarded too- lightly. if at the pending electi- V i u e y e o w n e a done in exposition to a ma .j wish let us not forget that ioor lew al'iermen are to be elec ted a ckar majority, who prop- ttoirt? erly pledge i lo CiOS? y one h« uM-r and water on the other. The breezo isn't steady enou ih yet to know how to hoist' sail 1 advantage. And blessed be Ti.llevrand who invented the fine art of writing columnn lead ers »r the sole purpos^of hiding the t'yoijjrht in m'nH. politics it happens fox smoked outi Announcement is made that earlv in May the Chicago Lyceum i WWEWH MS do the public will. *h ch order RAILWAY COMPANY White Butte loaes out in Manda* i w n k 1 ,'j :.'.t' injure the good Of .^..fib circuit, in favor of the railroad company. from the railroad cott.» sr .. ixtint this ine of the most impor- He who thinks that one election S unt is more important than another. is mistaken The coming city eSec:i n is just as important as n i n «.t i and U iiiiaro O. bniiUi, as and coDsti* City council last Wedn^sdav aid tulictif the board of railwar commis Stir the public animus to quite doners of the state of South Dakota v However, cooler sent-i *». the Chicago, Milwaukee & Uuget order in a station, and no authority asserting itself, and we iSound Railway company, being a jB the board of railroad commission nrneeedinir in the circuit era to order in a sidetarck except un i'Si r--. ,• k i v, ^ttie provision of statute authoriz dge ay Carjienwr. judge! in# such action wheie stations are «i.ion. that HoVD bas been handed for manv months, a* it provide* against r«-ai esiate promoters inspos- iD* Upon tin: railroad companies for own pecuniary benefit. Had the hert' fter If mistakes must be idt,t'isioD reverse, and had it nounced it a local disease and hereafter. If mistakes must be bv hfcve fopc ^j e in Ul! ar can hange action of the past. I «"*fa*ed to comply. Thereafter, on with-«it the necessity on the pa*t'^25 day of July. »9ll. a hearing of th voters to work havoc with *,a*' f*!r* the board of railroad the existing State Ot affairs—a icommissioners at White Butte, and Stat-': Which all must admit is i apon said bearing the board of rail- Wi i copious verbiage" and aurr i auiy adroit rhetorical jugg- allied with the puslse oflroa* commissioners made an order: Lem ion's commercial »aprem-^i»tiirir'K defendant, on or before acv, i Soveml*i- 1, If II, to construct a suit- lery \e Signal sm,ws its aptness i P!atf at t:i trick ot carrying beer n]tlU^,., tting on and off its trains. Sw,,nn :, t4 KOOd land and in HiaUinx and uriloadingfrei^ht: and that one pas*.ensfei- and on-j son, I^emmon, S. D. aiD eath wa-v da,1 ciii!ii:0(iation passengers and shippers. This order I was not complied with as the railway jw-iiter issued an alternative writ of I inda'ius, recjuiriri)? the defendant to comply with the order of the rail- 1 llti bunch of Lemmon boost- i road commissioners, or show cause ers who went to Aberdeen Tues day, nearly 11 returned Friday, well satisfied with the inspir ation they received and im parted at the various gatherings there. As was to :pected, the ribbion with the words lioo-- on it. V.:i iuo 4i:i xu. and honors were te«t v quite freely. F. A. Finch was made one of the ex ecutive committee of five, of the South Dakota Development league. T. 0. Hamsland was recognized vice-president for Peri ns county, of the 'Scientific Farn ing Congress, formerly the Iry Farming congress, and of the Real Estate Men's associ ation. P. J. Tschamer was put on the executive committee of the conference charged with the at Diipree, in Ziebach county, South Dakota, on the i!2nd day of November, 1911. whs it should not do so. The defendant put in an answer, claiming that there was no public necessity for the station or sidetrack, that the orl*r was unreasonable, and such ac ... would disturb the plans of opera of the road adopted at the time of ,•! j:»h --j, ,!• .1 hen the stutioiis were established with a view of eco nomic and practical operation, also setting forth that no authority there fore is jjiven by statute The case was tried February )2. before the court at Mcintosh, and was taken under ad visement. W. G. Porter, of the firm of Porter & Oi antharu of Aberdeen, trying the case for the company. Points Involved affairs of the reservation open-14 1-2 miles west of Petrel, North Da ing, and J, F. Paul Gross on theiltola' One of the chief points involvfed in the controversy and trial was whether to attend, there was any public demand and pul lie necessity for a sidetrack and sta tion at White Ilutte townsite. White Butte townsite is located less than anti ,t?8S tl,an 6 miles east of committee on resolutions of that i Ha'nes* North Oakota. 1 he stations Hours, 12:01 a. m. to 11:59 of Petrel, N. I)., and Haynes. N. 1). beinjr l,„s than 12 miles apart, under "f ue na.k,otta thr cl(8~ Oscmv V «en"COme,!n and dd,enda nl i_ ... sidetrack cannot be ordered in un* bureau course given here will ,eM the stalions are more then )2 be closed with a concert by the miles apart, and then for the use Apollo Concert Club. This con-1 simply of shippers between the stations cert is to take the place of the entertainment scheduled for Lemmon Thursday of last week T,u' evidlnce White Butte some two years ago, in* duced a number of people to invest by the Castle Square Entertain-! and settle there on a representation ers, who were prevented from lliat Petrel and Ha,vB-s and territory irib uUry to White Butte. Petrel and Haynes afforded to this territory all marketing facilities required except in the liquor traffic, which was pro hiS'ted. Effect o Decision The effect of this deeUion is to bole thal Sweeping Importance, securing! that a public necessity a reauy exist the Public Carrier, of the State 1 1 public D^ity eannot be created by the platting of a townsite ®us nxtt'dings to toropel the inducing people to move upon it Hnad to put in Station. with the expectation and under a promise that railroad facilities, in the T»ahiA Hilp law flpM (I/WWl l*1^ of station and sidetracks will bt IWCIVG muc MR UVIU UWV« pr^ieur^d when a sufficient number ol wp'? ire settled there to oranize JudiTv ar:w-ntr'» Decision i of| and •••*ita!»ii»n a town thereon: but •».» point and the railroad facilities, tnde- against Manipulation b* To»n 1 demandedb the town Site Boomers. 'thus organized, must exist in order to SU pp,,rl a Lemmon. March Si —The cae railroad commissioners to require the State of South Dakota ex rei. the establishment of railroad facilities. The effect of the decision is futher and William G. .Smith, as and consti- to hoid that under the law, as it now exists, there is no authority in the board of railroad commissioners to proceeding by the board of more than 12 miles apart. 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 gre?t many years doctors pro- -?ber ., prescribed local remedies, and by COIIi ,laVe lf put iD s id^tracks ,d «ttlioCi wherever u* on the public errs, that error jcoTnmission ordemi, irrespective of catarrh to be a constitutional dis mast -eds be paid for in the fu- 12.^55® iimit provided in the the railway compam s able sidetrack and running connect ions between it and the main track at the tow'nut*, (jf White Butte, and a the constantly failing to cure with local railroad treatment, pronounced it in- arable. Science has proven ease ture. a^d ali afterthought and §titutionai treatment. Hall's tardy correctian of future elect- HktnrvnffW Catarrh Cure, manufactured by ions rill not unmake today's mis- .. i F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, May 1-ii. an order •aV#* ,i ... is th° only constitutiona cure on railroad eomnjsssloners upon i*tition .. mad-, requiring the defer,dati! t eonstruct a suitable station house and a sidetrack on ita line of i -.hetotnof White Butte. remiDi county. So jth Dakota, within s from the date of theorder. an^ therefore requires con- the market. It is taken internal ly in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonfui. It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. _grj «nvenience 0 of the I Address: F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. Ohio. Sold by Druggists. 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for co J. Chas. Haynes and company have gone to Meadow, from where they will tour the interior towns with their entertainment Smith's opera house for sale or rent. Inquire of Oscar N. Samp- «t White Butte townsite for «he ac- FOR SALE, cheap, or for r©nt aud convenience of!?*00? f"'Ur r9°^ p. m. 'ivil eoJt* South «»n»*nded that disclosed that a fewi individuals platted a townsite at' railroad facilities would le had, filling their engagement here be |orsan^ze^a town and started a saloon, cause of delayed trains. ?.,ie state of North l)ako*a ia a prohi- bition state and theevideneedisclosed 9(a .that the townsite promoters of White toCv,l to I Butte desired to have a saloon near See. I the North Dakota line so that they i\. bampson, Lemmon. jconld control the liquor traffic at vhereby the south poie, to be print- young spring a sudden setoaeK. ,houSea"d ots- In(iu,£e Lemmon' S- company, under the facts, considered \?onev to loan, on improved farm ar.'5. mu»t bo i-ii:ur, lon^ under the la» -nber 9, 1911, -d, 2 of Andrew Nelson, V., 2nd Adltion. or short time. No agent. Ad dress, P. Hirschinger, 218 N. Lincoln St., Aberdeen, S. D. It is currently reported that the Milwaukee is about to put on another train for through pass enger service, this train is to run between New York and Seattle. The Milwaukee is reach ing out after the business of the east in dead earnest, and it goes without saying that that service will be the last work in equip ment. The train is likely to be put in service the middle of May. List your land with Oscar N. aampson, Lemmon, S. D. Modern Woodmen, Attention: The regular monthly business meeting of Lemmon Camp No. 13573, will be held Wednesday evening. April 3d, at Quammen hall, and all woodmen are urged R. F. Priebe, V. C.* Remember Oscar N. Sampson for farm loans. Have vour shoes repaired by Doc Williams, the Shoe Surgeon, opposite First Sta'e Bank. Of- For Police Justice. TO THE VOTERS OF THE CITY OF LEMMON: K hereby announce myself as a candidate for Police JuHlice, at the city election. April 16 1 I am Rt present incumbent of the office by rec- ent appointment. In the past I have been a jus tice rif the I.eaee in South Dakota for two years, and alio read lawfin a law office nearly two years. If elected. I feel 1 can saMy promise an in Kent, impartial and conscientious administration of the duties of the office, and under this promise 1 (olicit grow vote and commendation, CLINTON L. WILLIAMS. For County Judge. To the Voters of Perkins County: I am a candidate for tbe office of County Juds^e, subject to your will at the June Primaries. PERCY H. HELM. ri Political Announcements For County Treasurer of Perkins County. To the Voters of Perkins County: I have decided to be a candidate for nomination to the office of county treasurer at the primaries to be held next June. I believe that my lonjf association with the business affairs of the county and the experience gained thereby, having heen a member of the board of county commissioners since the county's organization, qualify me to properly discharge the duties of vhe office: and I pledge myself, if nominated and elected, to do so to the utmost of my ability. L. T. LARS EN, Lortgepole. S, D. For County Treasurer. I wish to announce to the Voters of Perkins County, that I shall be a candidate for the office of County Treasurer at the primaries to be held next June. For the past twelve years I have been engaged in the banking business, the last two years in this county, and believe the experience gained thereby (fives me the qualifications necessary to perform the duties of the office. If nominated and elected, I pledge myself to discharge the duties of the office to the best interests of Perkins County and to the very best of •in ability. M. C. WICKWARE. For Clerk of the Circuit Court. To the Voters of Perkins County: I hereby announce myself as a canditate for the office of Clerk of the Circuit Court for Perkins County, subject to the approval of the republic an voters at the primaries. Having become thoroughly eonversantwith the duties of the office during mv present term in this office, I feel I shall be en abled to give the public that intelli gent and conscientious service which I herewith pledge myself to. And in futherance of my candidacy 1 hereby solicit the support of the voters. Respectfully, ARCHIE G. PARKER. For States Attorney of Perkins County. To the Voters of Perkins County: 1 wish to announce that 1 am a candidate for nomination at the June primary, for re-election to the office of States Attorney. I beg to mate that slpce I have Ui'V the officii have endeavored to adhere strictly to the enforcement of the law. ami have pur sued such policies that mw.i to me commensurate to the best InleresU of the County. If re elected I promise a continuation of such policies, and if 1 have erred I will endeavor to correct any «riH«rs that I have made when I see and be lieve that I have made theiti. A&tOS O. STAWUfit. This is your urgent invitation to see the Spring Hats which we will then have ready for you. Particularly anxious are we to show you the cheerful coloring and dainty effects obtained with the fresh new materials in brades, silks, laces, flowers and ribbons. You will not be urged to buy—in fact we ask you as a guest and shall take pleasure in showing you our Spring Models. The prize next week for the lucky number is your choice from our stock A HAT FREE! A HAT FREE! J. C. ELLIOTT CO. Lemmon, S. D. For Clerk of Courts To the Voters of Perkins County. I have decided to be a candidate for the office of Clerk of Court at the com-, ing election of 1912. my candidacy having been solicited by the present i incumbent of the office, who has pledged his hearty support toward my election. If elected, I will give the office every attention and care. H. H. ALDRICH. For County Auditor. I hereby announcs myself as a candidate for re-election to the of fice of County Auditor of Perkins county S. D. As such candidate. I can only reiterate former pledges, to i.i tl.fully J-I'ha i• thv di'ties of the office, ever remembering that, a county official, is no more, nor less than a hired man, his time and talent should be devoted to the interest of the people. I respectfully ask the support of the voters at the coming June primary. H. IlKN.lAMIN, For Register of Deeds. To the voters of Perkins County: I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of Register of Deeds. I have served as deputy in this office for tbe past two years and ha ye had ten years experience as an accountant. If nomi nated and elected I can promise an economic and efficient administration. Your support would be greatly ap preciated. L. F. SHUTTLEWORTH. For Register of Deeds This is to announce to the voters of Perkins Counsy that I am a candidate for the office of Register of Deeds, subject to the primaries in June. Prior to settling on my homestead in 1907 1 served as Duputy Register of Deeds in Gregory County this State and am well acquainted with the re quiretnents of the office. All my interests are centered in Per kins County and whatever .is »f ad vantage and lienefit to Perkins Coun ty is to my advantage and lienefit also. If the voters of this County see fit to nominate me I will endeavor to pro mote only that which will be of benefit to us all. Upon the promise of earnest and en ergetic service, I solicit your support. KDVV. K. MILLER, To Our Opening Display We Wel come You Next Meadow, 8. D. For Superintendent of Schools. To the Voters of Perkins County. I have decided to b«» a candidate for reelection to (he office of County Superintendent of School# and shall appreciate any an all efforts In behalf of my candidacy. If elected 1 shall give the dulleM of the offiee my be»t thought and attention. Respectfully. T. VALUN. 1 For Register of Deeds. I wish to announce to the vu*. j Perkins County, South Dakota, that 1 am a candidate before the Republican primaries to be held in June. WL' nomination to the office of Reg -v Deeds. I have resided 28 year state of South Dakota, over three years of which I have spent on a homestead in Perkins County near Malthy post office. If nominated and electee sure the voters that I will give i i straight forward business a trationof the office. R. H. MAL i Y For State Senator, 14th District, South Dakota. To the Voter* of Pet-kins an.: ing Counties: I herr 'innounoe myst If a* a candidate for the South Dakota State Senate for the 14 Legislative District, upon the republican ticket, in. spectfully solicit the support am: of the voters at the primaries. I beg to state that this my cam is the result in large measure of. :s: est solicitation on the part of man) friends and w-llwishers. As to the duties of the honor I set-k at your hands. I am safe in saying that I feel that by reason of my varied training and experience of manv years I shall be able to give a good account of my self, to the satisfaction of my constitu ency and tbe honor of the state. Respectfully, DR. O. W. PHELPS. Lemmon. s 11 F^ Office of Couuty Judge. Having been urged by my friends to be a candidate for the office of COUNTY Judge, and the present County Judge, D. R. Perkins, informing me that he will not le a candidate for reelection. I hereby announce myself as a candi date for that office, to be voted on at the June primaries. ALBERT K. VACi ffcr State Senator: To the Voters of the 14th Sena'": District comprising the Cour t!' Perkins and Harding: I hereby announce myself as a Re* publican candidate for the office of State Senator from the 14th Senatoria i District and respectfully solicit the en dorsement of my candidacv by the Re publican voters atthe Primary election in June, i912. I believe in the practical, consistent and progressive legislation ennunciat ed by the public life and political po'* icies of Senator LaFollette of Wiscon sin and pledge myself, if elected, to work for such legislation in the State as shall l»e in accord with the spirit of these policies, anc on the election of of a United States Senator I pledge myself to abide by the will of the people as ex pressed in the primaries RAY J. MURPH i' Lemmon, S.