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0. I. MM 1. Seeeeht C. i Biaught Investment Co. Lauds .Bought and Sold IIKAL ESTATE LOANS on com mutation proofs at lowest rates of interest. No delays. Money on hand at all times. U. S. Land Office Buitdlag l.rminon, South Dakota Land Office Business trinsidt Filings. Contests mi Proof*. I Mlited Tract* »f Serif Ray W. Conklin LEMMON. S. D. REAL ESTATE AND LOAMS. Office:—Five Doors North of entrance to U. S. Land Office Dr. J. T. Layne E N I S Graduate Minnesota State University Office over First National Bank LEMMON, S. D. An Artistic Photograph Artistic in Conception, In Li^lit imd Siiarde effects, in Finish and Mounting is the Kind of Photograph You will get at the Miller Art Studio Main Street, West Side LEMMON, S, D. MILLINERY 1 Dour North il rsunu'ison's Store. French and Dry Cleaning Work Mini Trices to s uit i ,.-t..!i..-i Mrs. May Taylor. Miss Steel Public Stenographer Lessons*in Shorthand and Typewriting Room 12, Land Office Building S. N. Braden Undertaker and Licensed— —Embaliner Submit Your Building Plans to F. W. ECKER u i i n Contractor Roster of Hie Ambitious. Below we render the ticket complete as it presents itself to the choice of the festive voter. To be sure, the republican ticket presents the longest array of names, the other, three parties that will have a say in the con test showing less complete sets of candidates who are to carry their party to defeat or victory. The prohibitionists present only a state and congressional ticket. i:r: PUBLICAN: For U. S. Senator: Robt J. Gamble, Melvin Grigsby, R. 0. Richards, Thomas Sterling. For Member of Congress, 3d Dist.: AlbertH. Wheaton, Eben \V. Martin. For Judges Supreme Court, 1st bist.: Dighton Corsnn, Saml. C. Polley. 2nd Dist. John Howard 'iates, Dick Haney. 3d Dist. Chas. Whiting. For National Committeeman: Thomas Thorson, J. F. Halliday. For Governor: Loomis S. Cull, Frank M. Byrne, Geo. W. Egan. Lieut. Governor E. L. Able, A. Vanosdel. For Secretary of State: E. A. Platte, Frank Glasner, Frank Hepperle, Asher F. Pay For Attorney General: Royal C. Johnson. For State Auditor: Henry B. Anderson. in General Contractor Frame, Concrete, Brick and Stone Construction, Plans Drawn"and Specifica tions Furnished. Box 382, Lemmon, S. D. For State Treasurer: G. H. Pinkney. A. W. Ewert. Comm. of Schools and Public Lands: F. F. Brinker. For Supt. of Public Instruction: C. G. Lawrence. For Railroad Commissioner: (only one) W. W. Layendar, W. E. Ege. Frank LeCocq, John P. Murphy, J. S Mueller. Delegates to Republican Na tional Convention. Motto "Rob ert M. LaFollettefor President." Wm. S. Elder, Chas. A. Alseth, Geo. H. Fletcher, W. S. Bow en, H. A. Ustrud, A. R. Brown, W. E. Robinson, Jnlius H. Johnson, Louis Berwen, A. B. Blake Delegates to Republican Nat. Convention. Motto: "LaFollette Roosevelt Progressive Princi ples." R. S. Vessy, C. L. Dot son, S. X. Way, G. C. Redfield, Alan Bogue, Jr., A. E. Bossing ham, Isaac Lincoln, M. G. Car lisle, Wm. Williamson, Isaac Emberson. Alternates: L. W. Henderson. Chas. L. Nicholson, C. Harrison, A. 0. Ringsrud. A. W. Krueger, C. H. Lien. W. C. Gemmill, L. Hasvold, J. H. Cox, E. N. Hoffmann. Delegates to Rep. Nat. Con vention. Motto: "Taft, World Peace and Progress." Chas. M. I Day, E. D. Brookman, J. E. Mc- Dougal, D. A. McPherson, J. E. 'Sinclair, Harry D. Chamberlain/ A. J. Lock hart, H. C. Behrens, Geo A. Jeffers, Alwin Waggon er. Alternates: Thos. W\ Lane. D. H. Smith, H. P. Gutz, M. D. Eide, S. M. Gilbert, Lynn Davis, W. J. Agnew, T. P. Blain, Elmer C. Smith, Odin Ramsland. For State Senator. 14th Dist.: Ray J. Murphy, 0. W. Phelps. For Representative,56th Dist: P. J. Tscharner, J. Rees Dillon, W. Strampher. For County Treasurer: Louis I. Larson, Morley Wick ware. For County Auditor: H. P. Benjamin. For Sheriff: John Anderson. For Register of Deeds: Louis F. Shuttleworth, Edw. F. Miller, P.obert H. Maltby. For Clerk of Courts: Archie (!. Parker, H. H. Aldrich, Ver non A. Williams. For Supt. of Schools: Frank S. Salisbury, Giace E Wilson, Allen C. English. For States Attorney: Amos i Stanley, L. P. McNulty. For County Judge: Percy H. Helm, Albert E. Yager, Ray F. )rewry. For Co. Commissioner, 2d Dist. L. Hubbard, T. E. Hayes, Wm. C.Olson. For Justices of the Peaee: P, If. Woll. For Member State Central Committee: Thos. D. Potwin. DEMOCRATIC: For U. S. Senator: Richard F. Pettigrew. i For State For Member of Congress, 3d' Heberlein. Dist. Walter E. Woolf, Harry L. Gandy. For National Committeeman: S. V. Arnold, Tom Taubman. For Governor: Edwin S. John son. P. F. Wrickham. For Lieut. Governor: 0. D. Anderson, H. H. Potter. For Secretary of State: Phil. Randall, N. F. Stewart. For Attorney General: E. T. Grua, W. A. Lynch. For State Auditor: J. P. Groa', C. W. Knodt. For State Treasurer: F. B. Gannon, Anderson Michael. For Comm. of Lands: John J. Halligan, Geo. H. Smith. For Supt. of Public Instruction: L. M. Powers, A. J. Smalley. For Railroad Commissioner: L» C. Campbell, T. I. Gunderson. For State Senator, 14th Dist. Edwin F. Hall. For Representative: Lewis C. Peck. For County Treasurer: A. Bunn For County Auditor: Dean Whitcher. For Register of Deeds: William Mensing For Clerk of Courts: J. B. Emmons. For .County Judge: Michael H. Powell. For County Commissioner, 5th Dist. JohnF. Lundquist. Delegate to National Conven tion: John M, Smith. Delegates to State Convention: (5) S. N. Moses, Lewis C. Peck, J. M. Casady, Alfred S. Tubbs, John F. Lundquist. Delegates to National Conven tion. Motto: "Champ Clark for President." J. A. Ross, A. M. Closson, M. D. Clark, Edward Cass, Glen McDonald, Geo. W. Koenigs, A» G. Schuler, Henry L. Jeffries, Chas. W. Robertson, Jas. E. Miller. Delegates. Motto: "Wilson Bryan Progressive Democracy." T. M. Simmons. Stephen Dono hue, Thos. H. Ryan, Jas. Coffey, A. H. Oleson, Edwin M. Starch er, G. L. Kirk, M. M. Bennett, John T. McCullen, Geo. Philip. Alternates: J. I. McNeil. Daniel Heley, John J. Halligan, J. A. Rouse, J. H. Dwyer, F. M. Stover, Jos. Bartscher, Stanely, Philip, J. Wr. Thompson, F. W. Hogen. Delegates. Motto: "Wilson Clark-Bryan Democracy." W. W. Soule, Andrew E. Lee, J. E. Kel ley, Mark W. Sheafe, Zack T. Sutley, J. A. Stransky, Wm. Gal vin, C. N McCoilum, A. W. Phelps, F. F. Reich. Alternate: Homer B. Brown. SOCIALISTS: For Member of Congress, 3d Dist.: J. E. Ballinger. For Governor, Samuel Lovett. For Lieut. Governor, B. H. Wright. For Secretary of State, Laroy Hixon. For State Treasurer, M. G. Opsahl. For Commissioner of Lands, S. H. Goodfellow. For Railroad Commissioner, Ole Venjum. For Representatives, 56th Dist.: Willis E. Doan, Clintom L. Wil liams. For County Treasurer: Louis E. Sollie. For County Auditor: Roy H. Shinier. For Sheriff: E. M. Humphrey. For Register of Deeds: Chas. D. Hinds. For Clerk of Courts: Hillard Wybenga. For Sustice of the Peaee: F. D. Loughlin. For Constables: Donald Cor rigan, N. Fogelsanger, For Commissioner 4th pet.: Fred Jennewein. PROHIBITION: For U. S. Senator: Quincy Lee Morrow For Governor: O. W. Butter field. For Lieut Governor: Ed Coch ran. For Secretary of State: Geo. H. Sheldon. For State Auditors W. Lou* cks. Treasurer: W. J. For Supt Public Institution: Lois Wilson Jellies. For Commissioner of Lands: D. N. McCullough. For Railroad Commissioner: W. Gifford The above parties are those who filed there petitions in time and whose names will appear on the primary ballots of their re spective parties, to be passed on by the voters. Republican tick-! ets will be white: democratic, yellow: Socialist, pink and pro hibition, blue. And everybody will have to confine himself to the party of his choice. Uuder this arrangement each party will have the making of its own ticket in its own hands, J. W. Lee, of Reeder, transact ed business at Lemmon Monday, Wm. Laiheff, of Minneapolis, was a business visitor at Lemmon the early part of the week. Rev. Wm. Pankow announces Pentecostal services for Whitsun day, May 26, at 7:30 p. m. These services are in English, and all are cordially invited. F. C. Totten, Physician and Surgeon, Macomber Bldg. J. L. Hjort, of Reeder, was a visitor to the city Sunday, mainly in the interest of the Reeder Festival concert, of Which he has charge. Mrs. Laura Blair left Satur day for a month's visit with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. J. Dousman, at Bill ings. STRAYED A buckskin mare, bald faced, 7 yrs. old, branded on left side, one white hind leg. Notify G. F. Baumnan, Carson, N. D. F. F. Williams aitd^ftS. Ovens left Tuesday evening for an ex-1 tended visit through western Canada. They expect to be gone about a month, and propose to let nothing escape their eagle eye from the boundary line up as far north as the territory where Cree and Eskimo brtt against each other. STRAYED-About April 1. from Lemmon, Sorrel mare, S yrs. old. wt. about 800, branded 45 left hip, mane roached, white stripe in face, one hind foot white, scar in right hind anklf. Please notify Dan Moore, Lem mon, S. D. Drs. Strang and Phelps *re Sponed to a hurry call Saturday afternoon from Ada, to give sur gical attention to John Field, an old soldier who had broken a leg. It appears that the patient was working in the field eariv in the morning, and while engaged in harnessing his team to a disc, one of the animals kicked him, breaking the limb just below the knee. It was noon before he was found lying on the field and cared for. It was pleasure for the old man to recogeize an old comrade of war times in Dr. Phelps, and a personal acquaintance of Min nesota days in Dr. Strang. The doctors looked well after their patient, and exptct that he will, come through this ordeal nicely. Thev returned during the night having made the 150 miles and cared for their man within 12 hours. How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall.s Catarrh Cure. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0. We. the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 25 years, and believe him per fectly honorable in al' business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. Walding. Kinnan Wholesale Druggists Hall's Catarrh internally acting the blood and mucous ofthesvstem. Testimonials sent free. Price 75c. per bott 1 e, Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. To mmm at all time. o a s BEGIN EARLY .Rid Your Farm of the Destructive GOPHER. Get busy before vegetation gets for advanced as the GOPHERS are now hungry and will eat the bait more readily. Rid your farm of the pests now before the before the breeding season begins. One gopher killed now means at least ten to kill a few weeks later. Use S Y N I N E it is the cheapest and best GOPHER killer on the market. We offer strychnine |n V% FACTORY PRICES %rii/urKt'/i •ICYCLE DEALERS,. ranging from S3 to or^io.' i 'VI *'OLlt'*r Yr a k e s III o*. vials 25c. los. vials $1.50 Macomber & Co. U I S $ LEMMON, South Dakota Seed Headquarters The Martens Feed Store Joe Martens, Manager We carry Kaffer Corny Cane Corn, Bromus Inermi$y Timothy Mil* let, Alfalfa—all reliable seed of approved Test Give us a call and inspect our seed. Seed, Feed, Hay, Grain, Etc., on hand THE MARTENS FEED STORE ISesbltt's Old Stand East of 10c Feed Barn Dakota Mutual Life Insurance Company. WATERTOWN SO. DAK. Dear Reader: You most likely believe in fire insurance and in many other kinds of protection such as having a supply of fuel on hand in the winter tim^ a supply of provisions and a little sur plus of money within your reach, with which to buy anything that you might need. This is all forethought or protection. Now, is not Life the most precious of all human possessions the most indispensable element of a business career? The bankrupt of today may next .year be on his feet a train, busy and thrifty as ever if he lives but Death is the one interruption to an active career which is inevitably tinal. And Death strikes wherever he will, often sparing the decrepit and debilitated to smi'e the sturdy and vigorous. There lore, with these uuoertaiuties before you and lifo being the most valu able of all insurables—Why not Insure it'? money fust Yours truly, J. L. VAUGHAN, Agent Director Branch Office Lem won, •inc'o wNocU, imported ri,,h i,:,rhnrj,r ft Ddinp, very duraMo niwl a BtnUinir a MHeinl fu 55, RO MORETROOBLEFROM PUNCTURES NAILS, Taefc*. orCUu will not let tha air out. A 1) umliTu i»a irs sc»ld l:ist OESOmPTIOM, Rta/ssn,» lined siH .-inl duality iu.sido wlih of rubber, wliich never le- Coincs porous n n 1 which closes u punciuri's without 11 owir.tr ho a 1 We tuive Inindieds «.f leit«-rs front sntislli Ntal in^' I ha I. their ires ha vo only leii itiniux^i nt onco or I ico hi a an and V on po wliolo w is. m. They wei-lt no re 11 il ordinary tire. Hie puncluren .istlnu nualiiie, beinir gIV«.|| l»y w»vvral layrrsi of Uiiu, n-vlally falu icou tho tn^ad. 1 ho rnpulur w\co of th« so tinw Ih ik Imt foradverUMiiif tuiriiosos wo nr« una trial on!. »f hene« IF YOU NEED TIRES prlMmntl »rlli. fo leilt OO MOT WAITi les -ita of cr ust 5". WMPP-A RIDER AGENT •M EACH TOWN ami to ride and exhibit u sample Latest Model Ranfor" bicycle turitished by «s. Our atentsevery where are making uc frir full teKUtular! and tpettal off tr a D. I NO MONEY REQUIRED unlit you receive onit. approve of your bicycle. Wo ship to anyone anywhere in t!i. lT.8 u i/iow a tent deftt in advanre. ,r,Pa, and allow TEN DAYS' FREE TRIAL dniin* y hi.-h time yon may ride the bicycle and pu it to any Vest you wish. If yon are then not perfecily sa!:-ti or do not wish to keep the rtcvcle ship it tin ok to us at our expense and you will n.,t be out one cent. furnish the highest grade bicycles cu r-vrivp n:p iuhvit:"s an«i !raru our unheard of facton Prttt qimI i -j to fidftr a?ants YOU WILL BE ASTONISHED aii(i i- tu[y ourbui^rt.mlHicinat tbr u-inStn v i.'ii print s we can make you tblg year. We sell tho highest grade bicycles for -niny o'Jipr factory. Woar with tl.Ou r-r»*t taU»ve factory rout, can sell our bicycles uutlcr yuur owu name plate at double our jincm. y ivoelveJ. a "°t fif VCL *"i not ro'ler it is rillWfcw possible to make at one smali profit alxjve actual factory cost \ou save S10 to J.i midill. men's protits by buy intfuiiiv: 1 i.s|!i nil hiiye tho manufacturer'* puarant-« behind your bicycle DO NOT BUY a -v. .r a jedrof tires from «.».« at My tn unui handleaeeond hand WcyrW. but usually har» out l'*mptlyat pric* chains and jmioiit ot all uils al pedal*, parts, repairsi h-iifthe renu.'-.w rriml fo •1 wi «n fc.uiw at«». ./ uu- rz-tju..ir man fl ASJ Hedgethorn Punctnre-Proof S Self-healingTiresfoS£2££2'r £L fh'"rnfgrretall prirrvfthrirlfrtl 11 Thr tlK, llfrr lollhrltyouiiamfle f.'i, for fl Notts* th« thick nibtartrMrf A"and puncturestri ptl" and 'D"alo rim stri^ "H" to prevent rim cutting. This tir* will outlast any other !T2iew-SOFT ELASTIC AMI EASY RIDINO. latile price. «pnd or pair a of Hfdgetbora i',it\et»iri»-rriMf #ir»«^» i 1.1 i«ii v» nni(rioani irtu-o aua .Suudr, "Ol THtftK BUYINQ a blcyck? or a tMlr Of i know tUt« lii-u mi i «*""inierfni offers we are making. it NOW. J-LMEADCYCLEOOMPiNY, CHICA60.ILL.