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lowers ill 1//7T Fresh cut every Saturday and Wednesday morning Flowering Plants affodis, 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. Selections may be had at Horr's Jewelry Store I handle the Miles City Floral Products lease telephone me Your A S E O E Mail Orders will receive prompt attention. 1. A. Gross, Florist. ...THE... ire Elevator Company T. H. HEATH, Local Atfeot ---Offers an exceptional fine SEED OATS EARLY SOUTH DAKOTA Guaranteed Germiniation 90 per cent. per bu. 70c LLOW DENT CORN $3.60 ra Fine Seed Wheat, raised in North kota. Inspection of these seed invited. POTATOES. received, a carload of uncy Early Ohio Seed es prime stock S. D. Hest in market, and •lly wintered. Get a shels for seed now, are going fast. iiinut come in oromptlj, ••servution 1\ mail. (iRAND LEADER. SE MOVING. si to take up moving of nell as small jobs on ot ice, guaranteeing good 'ompt work. We solicit u.Miiess. KER BROS, Contractors. 1 LOANS: No wait for your money: nipt attention given. 'U£ht Investment Co., r»d Office Bldg., Lent il. ember Oscar N. Sampson nn loans. First Baptist Church. Regular services as follows SUNDAY 10:30 a. m. morning worship. 11:40 a. m. Sunday school 8:00 p. m. Evening worship. THURSDAY 8:00 p. m. Prayer meeting. We welcome you to each of the services of our church. L. M. Blackmer, Pastor. Seed Wheat and Seed Oats, ist quality, for sa Lumber & Grain Co. $100 Dollars* $100. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Wall's Laiarrh Lure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh be ing a constitutional disease, re quires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testi monials. Address: F. J. Cheney, & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. The Ladies Aid of the Metho dist church will meet at the home of Mrs. Draught Friday, April •#. All ladies are cordially in vited. BLACKSMITH Wanted im mediately, efficient man for all classes of work. Write or 'phone I. DeMars, Hettinger, N. D. Seed wheat and seed oats, best buility, for sale by Wester Lum ier & Grain Co. Rev. John Frei was at Morris tow Monday, where he had been called to conduct funeral ser vices over the remains of William Stevens," age 82 years. I offer for rent 140 acres of land, plowed last fall, and ready except discing to be seeded in flax, party renting to get half the crop. I to furnish seed. Renter has use of barn and part of house. Apply early if vou mean business. A, A. Zimmer mann. White Butte, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. Finch entertain ed a small party of friends at "500" Thursday evening. A pleasant time was had, and when at a late hour the adieus were said, all voted Mr. and Mrs. Finch the best of entertainers. Visit Green's seed store for seeds of all kinds that are sure to grow. Wholesale and retail. Farmers, plant such corn and other seeds only as have their sprouting and vital qualities test ed, sure and guaranteed. Green's Seed store has them. Wholesale and retail. Rev. Paul H. McBeth will preach in Samelson's hall, Sun day the 21, at 11 §. m. Mid 7:30 p. m. I offer my household goods for sale at private sale, and in vite parties wishing to inspect them to see me at my residence over First Natianal Bank. Mrs. M. Delehan. Seed Wheat and Seed Oats, best quality, for sale by Western Lumber & Grain Co. Eighth Grade Examination. The final examination for pupils completing the work of ihe eighth grade in the schools of Perkins county, will be field Thursday and Friday, May 23 and 24, at the following places: Bison, Strool, Lodgepole, Lem mon and Chance. All pupils now completing or who have completed the work of the eighth grade during the school year now closing should write this examination. best quality, for sale by Western tificates will be held Thursday and Friday, May 16 and 17, at Bison. This examination will FARM LOANS, Farm Loans acquired a complete Always. Quick service, ng outfit, and are now N. Sampson, Lemmon. Auctioneer Pomeroy will hold Oscar Market Day auctions every Satur dav. The Watt-Clark Land Co. is now selling land, please call and give us your best price. See E. J, Morris, if you wish to secure a farm loan. Prompt service, Have vour shoes repaired by Doc- Williams, the Shoe Surgeon, opposite First. Stafe Bank. Of fice Hours, 12:01 a. ra. to 11:59 p. m. See me if you want to make a loan on your farm. E. J. Morris. E. T. Vallin. Co. Supt. Teachers' Examination. Examination of applicants for Life, State and First Grade cer- also be given at any other suit able place in the county where a sufficient number of applicants may desire to write, provided that the superintendent receives early notice of such desire and the applicants interested pay the extra expense of holding such additional examination. E. T. Vallin, County Supt. of Schools. F. C. Totten PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Disease of the Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat a specialty. Glasses fitted. e e o n 5. D. Macomber Pharmacy 1 TA7T DELEGATES *0 THE NATIONAL CONVENTIOIT C. M. Day ....» Minnehaha D. A. Mi'Pherton Lawrence J. E. MrDougall Marshal! E. D. Brookraan Clay J. E. Sinclair Union Harry Chamberlain Brul« A. J. Lookhart Deu«l H. C. Behrcns Brown Geo. A. JpffVrs Gregory AJvia Waggoner Stanley ALTERNATES W. Lane Davison D. H. Smith Hand H. P. Outz Walworth M. D. Eide Miner S. M. Gilbert McCook Lyman L. Davis Churlps Mil W. J. Agnew Kingsbury T. P. Blain Spink Odin Ramsland Meade Elmer C. Smith Lyman PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS Jacob Hlpb Turner Emil Johnson Grant George Lemmon Perkins Peter U. Dirks Lyman A. M. Moore Faulk ton NATIONAL COMMITTEEMAN «T. V HrIId'I !v Kingsbury FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR Rober* :i1 -1.] Yankton FOR CONGRESSMAN THIRD DIS- DRICT Eben W. Martin Lawrence FOR RAILROAD OOMMISSIONEB Prank LeCocq Douglas ILL FATED TITANIC. Largest Vessel in World as She Appeared at Sea. j* ,*• Vv'Jr L4"- HAD PREMONITION OF DEATH Major Butt Made His Will lifwt Go ing Abroad. Washington, April 18.—A mysteri ous warning that he would meet death on his trip abroad that ended In a night of terror in the icebound seas off the Grand Banks came to Major Archibald Butt before he left Wash iegton. Six weeks ago, when the major de termined on an European trip to re gain his health, a premonition that he might not return alive caused him to make his will. He called in his lawyer and closed up his affairs preparing for death. TOTAL ECLIPSE AT PARIS Street Lights Lit In Midday When Moon Obscures Sun. Paris, April 18.--The night life of Paris lasted twenty-four hours. An eclipse of the sun was total at ten min utes after noon and the city was in total darkness. The moon and the stars could be seen and astronomers at all the local observatories were kept busy making exact measurements. Several made ascensions In balloons to secure a better view of the eclipse. The street lights were lit, cafes and stores deserted and street traffic halted. STRAYED, about Feb. 15th, Bay mare, heavy with colt, wt. about 1150 star in forehead mane and tail similnr color as body, branded left hip. Reward. Please BH ratify Christ Lemke, 7 miles northeast of Lemmon. HARTZELL FA KM FOR KENT: 140 acres plowed, ex cellent soil well cultivated, in crop two seasons 2 3-4 miles west of Thunderhawk, S. D. Kent 1-5 in elevato'. if less than 5 bu. per acre, renter keeps crop. Inquire of L. D. Winney. Thunderhawk, S. D. WANTED—Party to crop 100 acres of fine, black soil on crop plan or will rent outright. Ten miles north of Thunderhawk. Has been under cultivation two years Address, The Lemmon Herald. HOUSE and Lot in Lemmon for sale at a bargain. Enquire, P. G. Chapman, at Atlas Lbr. Co. Smith's opera house is a fine, large building and can be used for a great many purposes it is for rent or sale. Inquire of Oscar N. Sampson, Lemmon. Smith's opera house forsaleor rent. Inquire of Oscar N. Samp son, Lemmon, S. D. Liberty. (TO LARK FOR LAST WKKK) Oscar Johnson has commenced seed ing with his steam outfit oa Section 23, east of Liberty. Rev. J. A. Erickson held religious services at the O. Mf. Hellftnd home Monday. O. H. Brown, of Royal, Wisconsin, arrived here last week to look after his farming interests. All farmers are busy seeding or preparing ground (or seeding. A. A. Bentley and A- A. Radke, of Bentley, were In the Liberty com munity Monday looking after the farmers farming interests here. Resolved, "That no license is pre ferable to high license," was the question discussed at the last debate here. E. E bentley, Abraham John son and Mildred Wood spoke on the affirmative and A. P. Beasey, John M. Johnson and B. C. Lokhammer on the negative. Judges decided in favor of the negative. Resolved, "That the president of the United States should be limited to two terms in office," is the topic for the next debate. The program committee of the Literary society have announced a special program for Saturday even ing. April 13. A large attendance is expected. Eagle School Board held their regular meeting last Tuesday. Cook Locals. Shoo! thistle, shoo! Henry Grubie is back from Minnea polis and making preparations to put in a crop. O. P. Roed was a Sunday visitor with C. F. Kroneman. Everybody at Cook is happy wlieu it rains. Gust Windmueller began working for J. E. Marcott at Liberty last week. A. K. Belvevude and George Gunnus are working for Kinley Bros, at Chandler. Bmil Westgard has full charge of Crystal Farm and is putting in the crop during the absence of its mana ger C. O. Dokkon. Do you believe it that its so wet out here that Chas. Kinley is stuck in the mire out in the field with liis Hart Paar engine and will probably remain there until the rainy weather ceases. A. K. Belverade makes final proof on his homestead May 2, at Hettinger, Mr Schnaltz, tenant on George Gunhus farm, is at work putting in a crop on th place. W. E. Pannett was at Chandler n business last Wednesday. Yhe school board met Monday and transacted the regular business on hand. H. Vogel made a business trin t» Lemmon last Wednesday. While out burning thistles last Wed nesday John Stubrude had quite an encounter fighting fire The wind changed and the lire advanced toward the buildings, the barn, granary, hay and sixty bushels of seed wht at wep destroyed by the flames. Since the recent rains the prairies show a generous tint of green. Andrew Nelson is the busiest hon yacker in the neighborhood. He is the tenant of the C. J. Johnson and has it all sown. Bert Ballast wa- !. .n. business Wednesday of last week Carl Olson was out Tuesday look ing fcr a stray colt. O. P. Roed was a patron tl Merry coal mine one day last week Mrs. H. C. Winseloe was a caller at Mrs. Chas. Lohius last Tuesday. Does your roof leak? Mine does. So does mine. Roy Lohins is the boy who can trap the musk rat. As the season closes he has a fine collection of furs to show Ice, Ice, Ice. Phone your orders for Ice to Central. All orders on hand at 8 a. m. and 1 p. receive prompt attention daily. HELTZEL& JENKINS. Lost or Stolen Bay mare, with black eet, mane and tail no brand w lite star in forehead flat footed STRAYED or STOLEN, Thurs day night from my place on sec. 1", Orange tp., Adams county, two bay mares and gray gelding. Mare branded, one on left hip, the other JB on left shoulder: gelding S on right jaw, 7 on left jaw. Reward. A N. ROOK, o. Lemmon, S. D. H. L. Simmons U. S. Commissioner FILINGS, I iNAL PROOFS, CONTEST HEARINGS BISMARCK DISTRICT Office at Selma. DICKINSON DISTRICT Office at North emmon P. 0. LEMMON, S. i Box 346 Homestead Address STOWERS N. E.E. GREEKS SON Wholesale and Retail —-.SEEDMEN— Offer a complete stuck of the very best Seeds, such as Seed Com, Turke stan, Grimm's, and did other varieties Alfalfa, Millet Seed Bromegrass, Speltz ()nion, and all other kinds of Field and Garden Seeds. Alfalfa Hay,$18 Upland Hay $15 FEED GRINDS On Short Notice, e handle all Kinds of Feed and Grain Ceresota and Snowflake Flour A *. about 1300 lbs. Finder will ceive reward by notifying, John Madson. Res., 4 miles southwest of Haynes, N. D. P. O., Box 38, Haynes, N. D. Graham, Rye, and Buckwheat Hour Wholesale and Retail. Correspondence Invited. Third Str. F., Block east of First Nat. Bank LFMMON, I).