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Formerly The State-Line Herald: of the second class. Friday, may 10, W2. TATT DEL E O ATT A f© THE NATIONAL CONVBimOW C. Mirn'haha D. A. Xf.Ffe»rson L&wr'r,'® J. E. l'o'jjfail Marshal! E. D. Brook man Clay J. E. SiBflaiT T'Dinn HUTT LTUH»B The announcement of the candi-: the district comprising Adams and Hettinger county is greatly to be regretted. It is conceded, and properly so, that Dr. Johns would have been welcomed with open hands on all sides had he desired reelection for a second term as member of the lower house from the 49th district, em Main Streei sides was Eemmon Bcrflldt •enter Ch*:r.berlaia Brule A. J. L©.*kiart H. B«hr»n« Br-iwn 0««. A. Jeffers Oreeorr A Mm Waggoner 8taal«y ALTERNATES T. W. Las ». Pi=i:h P. G^Z If. T.-.'.e 8 M. Gilbert L. Daris Charts Mi* W. J. Arc»w K'afsVsr* T. P. Blaio Sr:r.k Oiic Ra?.«iu4 Bair C. Smith Lrn.aa PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS J*-rb Hb TOR NATIONAL COMMITTEEMAN HVJ'IT K RR j?reat Published Fridays at more in endorsement, especially Entered Octol**r 4th, liWi, at the post, Dai"'ton .... Ha Til Wa'*-ir*5 ... Miner M?Coo« v- R«Ur**T?'~rri'Ii,,'S,rATES SE^va-'0-^n when he choose the race against senat°r Subscription $1.50 the year term which he had reason to ex- late lamented E. T. Vallin. office at Lemmon, 8. D., as mmil .natter JticsJ®_P^nt,_J°*hfL^ application for the trust, received Pffiee.and!pled,e To the people of Adams county ulon proposing to serve makes a noble decided to enter the race for the Supt. J. F. Rich sacrifice to his fe'low citizens,! republican nomination to the of- »arge number of the and regards not the office for its! fice of sheriff of Adams county, "loaves and fishes," but because! despite the fact that office is the!^ depot when the train ar it gives him opportunity for mal towards which quite a num-!nv, greater service, Mr. Hjort will ber of other candidates are look- be welcomed by his fellow citi- in£- Whatever the individual Vm c\ e zens as a candidate to whom to Preferences of his fellow Adams dedicate their fervent "X" is ajCounty'ites may be, all must The sun shone brightly, the grass pleasure. 'agree that Dad Ward is one of showed the effects of abundant their best and staunchest citizens mQisture. and the guests showed who in his and as ably as few could. bAFr 0ne MuntioB r« horses and harness. 1-3 cash, count.es. In fact it was so ex- For the Outing Season. For the Fresh Air Campaigns. For Freightors, Movers and Homesteaders. TENTST Tents of all sizes from 8x10 to 14x20. Made of the best material and strictly reliable. Also Wagon Covers, Tarpaulins, Etc. Bamble Brothers HARDWARE where oy tae j,..,, to be print-' young spring a sudden setback. Kood team of ba)ance one year Box pected, and the surprise on all 473. Lemmon, S. D. tf u:.v \iox, S. D. County Fathers Appoint jFOf IlirffK Jacobson, of Mott. Sen. Jacob I son cannot be blamed if he asks the people to pass on him once Monday the county commission- e ~~Z :r777zr^.™"~™~t 1 pect. The unwritten law in poli- fessor Salisbury, in making his- rs of Perkins county appointed LEMMON, SOUTH DAKOTA. Jin view of the fact that his own'Prof. F. S. Salisbury of Lemmon onh^unt)' j. f. i'acl Publisher, legislature cut his term to two as superintendent of schools. to years, instead of the four years fi]j out the unexpired term of the worthy servent of the people de- practically the unanimous vote of served public endorsement in the the board. As the school year if form of a reelection. This ap- almost closed, and the work in pears to be the general sentiment, the hands of Mr. Vallin had been and it would appear to be the done so thoroughly and systemat gracious thing in Dr. Johns to ically. Mr. Salisbury is enabled recede from his untenable posi- to finish his school year at the tion. head of the Lemmon schools, I leaving the general work in the The printer too has his trouble hands of Miss Mary Hanson, his! —and a serious breakage on the deputy, until vacation will enable press compels us to cut our mat- him to take hold personally, ter and forego the pleasure of Mr. Salisbury took charge of making this issue what we had the Lemmon school the fall of hopes would be a specially good 1910, since which time he has se paper. cured himself well in the estimate of the public in his chosen sphere. 1 an^ i it will be of interest to note in Tomer o E»:i JO&SSOB Grant it impossible to sacrifice his busi- Then ne served actively for two L^«ea8 affairs in attending to the A. M. MOORE FAULK duties of the campaign and the Farminjrton. Wash., after which he took a year's post graduate Je^s^ative -7 not to ask for a reelection, and it 's t^is determination of TOR CONGRESSMAN THIRD DIS- predecessor, that Mr. Stinger *s »ea w M--f'DBICT *comes out~ 83 a 'oun£ his He is a weil FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER I agriculturist of the east end of ion the community he has been frank L«Coeq Doutfaj Adams county, deeply alive to all i I, I, i issues, a student of affairs and In conformity with the wishes!'dedicated with all his might tojfor the next term i. before the of many of the soundest citizens i of Adams county, L. Hjort, of Reeder, has decided to be a re publican candidate for the lower house of the North Dakota legis lature. Mr. Hjort is one of those men, whom no compliment great er can be given than to state that the office seeks him. Soberly a ware of the solemn duties of the trust he offers his shoulders for, an exceedingly busy man who in farmer and his work. He has the good will of his neighbors and man c^es" this week's issue the announce- Constantine, Mich., High ment of H. J. Stinger for member: School, and two years later from I of the lower house from the 49th ^psilanti, Mich., normal district. Martin Hersrud finding schools, securing a life certificate. 'ears. session, has decided of the whom Adams and Hettinger system. Others in the party were counties will have reason to be Messrs. Percy Rockefeller, Jos. proud. Harrim and C. A. Goodnow, the i latter Pres. Earling's secretary. Chairman Edmund Ward ha8 ™e par.^ a trying job as chairman I" jillnS^at dacy of Dr. Johns, of Hettinger, jf the county commissioners h^CtSS as candidate for state senator of served the county well and truly, ithem See E J, Morris, if you wish to secure a farm loan. Prompt service. POTATOES for planting or eating, SI.50 to $1.65 per bushel at Elliott's. i bracing Adams and Hettinger1 TPR\D e A u JK i the 5«ith District. C°Unt eapa- In 1905 he graduated from as assistant principal at wor's at his alna mater, i ysilanti. iw^ence he was called to Lemmon. a young man of a per- known sodality that will impress itself ca'le(I serve. His announce- ment interests that circle about the jPu superintententof schools 1C* The east receives flattering endorsement, carried as distinguished travelers With Mr. Hjort from the west ja Part' railroad and financial end, the two will make a good1 bound passenger train men- team to send to Bismarck, of President headed bv A. J. Earling, Milwaukee were clty s chaperoned over representative men were ',t^e guests a alighting, P'®a®ant informal reception en- a n 1 U K a s a n i e honors as master* of ceremony. t^e For Representative. Fellow Citizens and Voters of Per kins County: I hereby announce myself as a candi date on the Republican ficket for the office of State Representative from I am a Progressive Republican. If elected I shall serve all people conscientiously and work for the in terests of what is just and right. I am a farmer living in Anderson township and ask the voters to investigate my record as a citizen and "'man among men." I stand for a square deal to taxpayers. I am By and For the People and for the best interests of Perkins County. Regarding the election of a U. S. Senator, I shall abide by the resnlt of the nrimaries to lie held June 4th. I will appreciate your support and your vote. C. W. STRAMPHER. For States Attorney. To the Voters of Perkins County I am a candidate for nomination for the office of States Attorney at tl® primaries June 4, K12. Your support will be appreciated. L. 1'. McNulty. For County Judge. To the Voters of Perkins t'ounty: I am a candidate for lb« office of County Judge, subject IO your will at the June Primary Look me up. R. P. DREWR\ Seim, S. D. For County Judge. To the Voters of Perkins County: I am a candidate for the office of County Judtre. subject to your will, at the June IWmaries. PERCY H. HELM. "county. nr tfl VjlHitl jTo the Voters of i'eik.iis County: •jUl/bCudvI III fllliUt have decided to be a candidate for nomination to the office of county treasurer at the primaries to be helc, nestJune. and lhe experience trained thereby. having been a member of the board Pro-!of county commissioners since the COUBt-v'8 organization, qualify me u nrooerlv discharge the duties of the aml m,se[u unominated elected, to do so to the utmost of ability. L. T. LARSEN, Lodgepole, S. D. For State Senator: the Voters of the 14th Senatorial District comprising the Counties of Perkins and Harding: I hereby announce myself as a Re- publican candidate for the office of Senator from ihe uth senatorial District and respectfully solicit the en dorsement of my candidacy by the Re publican voters attlie Primary electior. in June, *912. I believe in the practical. consistent and progressire legislation ennunciat ed by the public life and political pol icies of Senator LaFollette of Wiscon sin and pledge myself, if elected, to work for such legislation in the Statt as shall be in accord with the spirit of these policies, anc on the election of I of a United States Senator I p)edg myself to abide by the will of the people as expressed in the primaries, RAY J. MURPHY Lemmon. S. I). For County Auditor. I hereby announc? myself as 8 candidate for re-election to the of fice of County Auditor of Perkins county S. D. As such candidate, 1 can only reiterate former pledges, to faithfully discharge the duties of th office, ever remembering that, a county official, is no more, nor less than a hired man. hit. time and talent shouh be devoted to the interest of the people. I respectfully ask the support of th voters at the coming June primary. "H. I5ENJAMIN. For Clerk of the Circuit Court. i'o the Voters of Perkins County: I hereby announce myself as canditate for the office of Clerk of tin Circuit Court for Perkins County subject to the approval of the republic an voters at the primaries. Having become thoroughly conversantwiththi duties of the office during my presen term in this office, I feel I shall be en abled to give the public that intelli gent and conscientious service whicl I herewith pledge myself to. And ii futheranee of my candidacy I hereby solicit the support of the voters. Respectfully, ARCHIE G. PARKER. For Register of Deeds. To the voters of Perkins County I hereby announce my candid K0^ Political Announcements K- fu the office of Register of Deeds. I hi»vt served as deputy in this office for the past two years and have had ten year 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. I wish to announce to the voters of Perkins County, South Dakota, that I am a candidate before the Republican primaries to be held in June, l'.'l2, for nomination to the otlice of Register of Deeds. I have resided 2S years in the stateof South Dakota, over three years of which 1 have spent on a homestead in Perkins County near Maltby post office. If nominated and elected I as sure the voters that I will give them a straight forward business adminis tration of the offii r. 11. II. MALTBY 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 he com ing election of 1!»12, my candidacy having been solicited by the present incumbent of the office, who has pledged his hearty supportt )ward iuy election. If elected, I will give the office every attention and care. H. H. Al.l U I CI I. For County Treasurer. I wish to announce to the Voters of Perkins County, that I shall be a candidate for the otlice of County Treasurer at the primaries to he held next June. C. W. Stranger's PM1 I am a Progressive Republican and believe in Pr gressive principles and in a government by and fort people. I believe State Experimental Farms, along the lir advocated by the Agricultural College, should be es blished throughout this section of the state by act the legislature and financed by the state. I believe in strict economy throughout the admin tration of state affairs. I believe in the absolute and strict regulation of corporations. I am opposed to the over valuation of public s vice corporations and believe that all railroads mi be regulated by law. 1 believe in the recall of all elective officers in state. I believe that United States Senators should elected by a direct vote of the people. I stand for a square deal in all things. C. Candidate for State Representative 56th District. HANDLES typewriter Ribbons, For Slate Senator, 14th District, South Dakota. To the Voters of Perkins anil F! ti d ing Counties: I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the South Dakota State Senate for the 14 Legislative District, upon the republican ticket, and re spectfully sohcitthesiipport and votes of the voters at the primaries. I Ivg to statethat this mv candidacy is the result in large measure of earn est solicitation on the part of many friends and w^llwishers. As to the duties of the honor 1 se*-k at your hands. I am safe in saying that I feel that by reason of mv varied training I and experience of manv years 1 shall he able to give a good account of my self, to the satisfaction of my constitu ency and the honor of the stale. Respectfully, llt. I For the past twelve y*»w I ive been engaged in the banking IIUMKI V the last two years In this eouitly, atnl l»elieve the experience gained thereto gives me the qualitlciitlous nceessary to pet-form the duth's of the nlNce. If nominated and elected, I pledge myself to discharge I he dut leu of the office to the best, interest* nf Pel'kiUN County and to the very bent of tn.v ability. M. W Ids VV AUK. See me if you wiutt to u loan on your farm. K. J. Mori it. O. W. PHRTJ'S, l,tn:mon. S. 1). 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. 1 beg to state that since 1 have held the office I haw endeavored to adhere strictly to the enforcement of the law. and have pur sued such polieit's ll,Ml sieu.etl 1 U'.e Commensurate to the i interests ot the i outily. If re elected I promise a continuation of Ntieh policies, and if 1 ai. W. STRAMPHER, of ail makes Oil i ver Ribbons Smith Premier Ribbons L. C. Smith Ribbons Royal Ribbons Remington Ribbons In all colars and colar combinations. Price 7 Typewriter Paper, for Duplicating and Manifolding Mail Orders promptly attended to. Typewriter Oil The Lemmon Herald Formerly State-Line Herald Lemrnon, So. Da! For Clerk of the Circuit Upon the earnest many friends I have d« candidate for the otlice Circuit Court for Pe: Assuring the citizens that if nominated and give tbern a straight for A and economical admini oilice. i solicit the acq support of the voters. VERNON A. For Register of Deed This is to announce t Perkins Counsy that 1 ir. for the office of Reg subject to the priirarie.- Prior to settling on in 1U07 I served as Dup Deeds in Gregory Coui and am well acquainted quirenients of the office All my interests areo kins County and what vantage and benefit to I y i s o y a v a n a e a If the voters of thisC" nominate me 1 will end. mote ouly that which w to us all. Upon the promise of i ergetic service, I solicit have erred «i]| endeavor to eurrwt unv errors it, it I have made when I see an, i.t e that I have made M.em i S s w i I"'' OHice of Comity Judjre. Having heemu K ed In tin friends to iw« II Ciin.ljihlle lor the olllee of I'lll-NTV 1 i y u e It. I'ei i. O.N., Hmi will nut he n enudtUate tor reelection, I hereby announce myself as a candi date fur that olttee, to IH* KlHV K. For County Srperintem bei'i-hv announce myself a- utdate for election to County Superintender: for Perkins counvy s June primaries. I 1 sional degree from ote educational institution ami have bad se• i-A* am' trail.!,:' *ork. If eiecteu 1 devole my entire time .i: the duties of the office. '/rank S. San Corn that will grow, alfalfa ami all sorts of fa pardon stvds that are £rovv, off. rod by E. E. Son. Wholesale and retai voted on at the -I urn j»1111• i \I .uri KH.