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political Advertising. For County Sheriff tie Voters and Fellaw Citizens of Adams fX'theopportunity at this ttae to lf 4S candidate for the office of County pr, the Republican ticket, and I consci u ««k your aid and support to obtain the 5 Y#urs to the finish. H. J. STICnEN. P. O. Haynea. ^Xwp. 130, *. *.**• eonfiderce. BOOT N Dk Political Adverti«ine. For County Auditor. Io the Voters of Adam" County: .. a candidate for renomination apon tMW» publKir. tkUt and selection to the office of rln-v V-di or of Adams County. 1 have the V- enieavored to the best of myrifU to perform the duties of the trust reposed in me. and if you think that 1 have merited your further favor and 1 ask your support and vote at the edition. June 26,1912. Respectfully. 41 WALTER F. KKLLEY. Political Advertising. For Clerk of the District Court To the Votf re of Adams County: I hereby announce myself as candidate for renomination and reelection to the office of CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COURT. 1 have de voted four years to the study of Court Work and to my duties pertaining thereto. If you are sat isfied that 1 have conducted this office in an bonest. faithful and efficient manner, I will ap jrec.ate jour vote and support at the coming Primarv Election on une 26. 1912. ,, ALFRED O. BROWN. Political Advertising. For Sheriff. To the Voters of Adams County: 1 hereby announce myself a candidate f*She riff of Adame county, N. D., suject to the will of the republican voters at the June 26th. 1912. pri maries. To this end I beg hereby to solicit your v .,te and support, assuring you that I shall gladly exert my best abilities to the conscientious and energetic fulfilment of my duties, if elected. CHAS. LOHUI3 Residence, on Sec. 10-18MI. Political Advertising. For County Commissioner First Commissioner's District. To the Voters of the First Commissioners' Dis trict of Adams Co.. N. D. 1 beg hereby to announce myself aa a candidate for the office of County Commissioner from the First Cjmmissioner's District of Adams County, nubjeit to the will of the voters of this District, and a ith a view to obtaining this honor at your hands. 1 ask the favor of your support and voice at the polls of the primary election held Tuesday. June 26. 1912. If nominated and elected, it shall be my con stant ami to serve my fellow citizens, the district and county to the best of my ability, and to ap proximate as near as possible to the high standard set me by the present incumbent of the office. J. A. STEVENS. 42 Stowers, N. D. 1'uiitical Advertising For Sheriff. I arr a qualified elector of Adams county and Candidate for the republican nomination to the office of Sheriff of Adams county. I hereby pledge myself if elected to carry out and enforce the law to the best of my ability. I will appreci ate vote at the Primary Election of une 26. 1912. 44 KNUD FUGLESTEEN Political Advertising For County Treasurer To the Voters of Adams County: 1 hereby announce myself as a candidate for renomination and election to the office of Treas urer of Adams county. 1 have devoted all my time in the indeavor to properly conduct the affairs of the office. If you •k satisfied, 1 respectfully ask your vote and sup port for a second term. Yours respectfully, MO&MAN BURNSON Political Advertising For State's Attorney 1 am a candidate for the republican nomination to the office of State's Attorney of Adams county. North Dakota. O. H. AYGARN Political Advertising For Register of Deeds I hereby announce to the voters of Adams coun ty. North Dakota, that 1 am a Republican candi date for re-nomination to the office of Register of Deeda at the Primrry Election to be held June 2o, 1912. If you think that 1 have conducted this office satisfactory the past, your support will b*Krtrat! appreciated. Respectfully yours u OTTO A.J ACOBSON. Political Advertising For Superintendent of Schools To the Voters of Adams County: I hereb annoum-i- that 1 am a Republican can didate to the office of Superintendent of School®, sliced to the decision of the voters at the Pri mary Election to be held June 26, 1912, and re sF*ctf»:!!y solicit your support. ROSE C. WAGNER Political Advertising For County Judjp To the Voters of Adams County: I hereliy announce that I am a candidate for e Republican nomination to office of County udge, subject to the decision of the voters at the rimary Election on June 26, 1912, and respect fully ask your support. 45 Political Advertising For States Attorney T" :h- Voters of Adams County. N. D. 1 l'"reb announce that 1 am a candidate foir e offlcr of States Attorney of AdamB county* wth Dakota, on the republican ticket, and re spectfully solicit your support at the primaries Wednesday, June 26, 1912, pledging that if "ominated and re-elected, 1 will devote the same ^«ful attention in the future as in the past to duties of the office, and give the people of the oty an honest and efficient enforcement rf the of the state. Respectfully yours, 45 HENRY MOEH. Political Advertising For State Senator Ihereby announce myself as a candidate tar re BDlttination as State Senator from the 4 9th Legis lative District on the Republican ticket, subject to the will of the voters of Adams and Hettinger ccmnties at the primaries held une 26,1912. A report is current that there was a party agreement that Hettinger county would not at this time ask for the State Senator. Knowing of no such agreement, and having been advised by the members of the committee from this coun ty that no such agreement exists, and having only served one-half term as Senator from this District there are no apologies to make in for an endorsement for a full term. I stand upos my record during the last session, and respectfully solicit your support. H. P. JACOBSEN. 46 Mott.N.D. Political Advertising. For Sheriff. To the Voters of Adams County: I beg hereby to announce myself a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Adams County, subject to the republican majority vote at the primaries June 26th, 1912. If nom.nated I shall make every honorable effort to be elected, and if elected it shall be my highest aim to serve the people with diligence and zeal. 1 solicit the support and vote of my friends, neighbors and fellow citizens, the men with whom I have labored hand in hand for the upbuilding of Adams county these five years or more. EDMUND WARD MM Advertising. For Representative. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office of Representstive for the 49th Legis lative District of the State of North Dakota, on the Republican Ticket, subject to the will of the voters of Adams and Hettinger Counties, at the Primaries to be held June 26t,h. 1912 I homesteaded in Adams County In 1907 and have ever contributed my time and money toward the upbuilding of Southwestern North Dakota. My interests are all in this part of the State and I stand for the interests of the farmers, business men and in fact the best interests of all the peo ple of this Legislative District, and if elected pledge myself that I will always be ready and willing to work for the advancement of the best interests of the District and will give my undi vided attention to the duties of the office. JACOB L. HJORT. Reader. N. Dak. Political Advertising. For State Representative, 49th Dist., North Dakota. To the Voters of Adams and Hettinger Counties: Hon. Martin Hersrud, of Petrel, who served in the last legislature from this District, having decided not to run for a second term, it becomes my honor at this time to announce myself as a candidate for the 49th District to the 13th Legis lative Assembly, on the Republican ticket. In making this announcement. I beg to assure the people of Adams and Hettinger Counties, that, if 1 am nominated and elected, it shall be my utmost endeavor to serve them, and the great state of North Dakota, with sincerity, fervency and energy, and with my best efforts centered especially on legislation in furtherance of agric ulture and allied interests, rural schools, public highways and all matters of benefit to rural soc ial conditions, I respectfully ask the citizens of the 49th dist rict to give my candidacy for legislative diatinc tion their kind consideration and endorsement at the primary on June 26th. II. .1. STINCiKH Resilience Sec. 31-130-82. P. O., Petrel. N. D. Political Advertising For Clerk of the District Court To the Voters of Adams County: I wish to announce that I am a candidate for tile Republican nomination for Clerk of the Dis tfict Court of Adams county, subject to the wishes of the voters of the Primary Election June M. 1912. If nominated and elected I will give the duties of the office prompt and personal attention. I respectfully solicit your support and vote. HENRY M. SKARIE 4) Sec. 19-130-95. Political Advertisement. For Sheriff of Adams County. To the Voters of Adam* County I hereby announce that 1 am a candidate on the Democratic ticket for the nomination to the office of Sheriff of Adams County. I respectfully solicit your vote on June 26th, 1912. HOMER C. BERRY. Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, U. S Land Office at Lemmon. S. D. ^ay.In. Notice for Publication. Notice is hereby given that LOGEJS JONES of Thunder Hawk, S. who on Sei t. 2nd, 1M0. made homestead entry No. 02331* fur the south east 1-4 1 Notice is hereby given that.Nnrdahle Andersen of*Paris S D., who. on NOVOIHIKT 1. 1H10. matie Homestead Kntry. No. irJ4041. for the Southwest 1-4 Section 12. Township 21. Ranife li k,.. H. H. Meridian, has filed notice ofinU'ntion to make final Commutation Proof, to establish claim to the land above described before Resist re and Re ceiver of the U S. Land Office, at Lemmon S. D.. on the. 10th day of July 1S12. Claimant names as witnesses: Emil Olson. Ralf 1-arson. N^T. Johnson. Han duir Olson, all of Paris P. O 6-7 E. S. D. Coleman, Register Notice for Publication Department of the Interioi'.Li. S. I^and Office at Lemmon. South Iakota Mav la. 1912. Notice is hereby given that Gerhard Ander son of Paris. South Dakota, who. on Nov. 1. l»li, made Homestead Application No, 024043. fur N fc. 1-4 Se 13. Twp. 21 N Kg. 17 E.. U. H. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Final Com mutation Projf to estsblish claim to the lard «l.ove de ibed. before Register and Receiver. United States Land office Lemmon. S.i.. on the loth day of July. 1912. Claimant names as witnesses Emil Olson. Ralf Larson. N. P. Johnaon, Handug Olson, all of Paris P. O 6-7 E- S, D. COLEMAN. Register. Notice for Publication Department of the Interior. U S. Land Office 1 jmmun S L) June 5, a Notice is hereby iriven that Maggie S. Lee of Thunder Hawk. So Dak., who on Nov. 1st 19lc made Homestead i-ntry, No. for Lots 1 2 and E 1-2. JACOB SONDERAJLL NW '-4. Sec. 1M. Twp. 22, 18 E Meridian, has tiled notice of intention to mike Final Com mutation Proof to establish Claim to the lard above described before Register and Receiver U. S Land Office a» Lemmon. SJH.. On the 17th day of July. l!"l- Claimant nimes as witnesses: Walter Fero. Lyniv Hacth, Losran Jones. Mrs. Wilhelmine Vainwright, all of Thunder Hawk. S fi-7 E. G. Coleman. Register. 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. Section 1,1, Township 22. Range IT E B. H. Meridian, has hied notice of intention to make Final Commutation proof Uestablish claim to the land above described, before Register and Receiver of the V. S Land Office at Lemmon. D. or. the rfth duy of uly, liu2. Claimant names at witnesses Robert Rubeck. Lynn B. Hatch, Michael Schei ber John Gumo.all of Thunder Hawk. S. D. E. G. Coleman, Register Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior. U. S Land Office at Lemmon. South Dakota. May 22. 1912. Notice is hereby given that Josephus Jones, of Thunder Hawk. S. D.. who on Nov. 1. 1910. made Homestead Entry number 02413S. far the S 1 -S! NW 1-4 and Lots 3-4. section 4. Uu"*skij 12H. range 90 W.. 5th Principal Mertdian, has filed notice of intention to make final Commuta tion Proof, to establish claim to tht l*nd «T»tve described before Register and Receive* L. S. Land Office at Lemmon, South Dakota, oi. the 12th day of July. 1912. Claimant names as witnesses: H. Hill. George SwoTts. Emil J&hnei. Miri, Kimbel all of Thunder Hawk. S. D. E. G. Coleman. Register Notice for Publication Department of the Interior. V S. Land Office at Ijemmon. S May 2". 1912. Notice iB hereby riven that William Bauer of. Thunderha* k, S Dak., w bo, on June 20. 1910, made Homestead Entry. Number 034478. for Lot* Sec. 30 Twp. 13". Ranpe W.. and Lots Sec.25. Twp. 180, Ranije Hi West. 6th Principal Meridian, ha* filed notice ot intention to make Final Commutation Proof to establiah claim to the land above described before Register & Receiver. V S. Land Office at Lemn on the 2nd day of July. 1 v»12. And Whereas default has been made in the payment of the second interest bearing coupon note secured by said mortgage anil by virtue of the terms and conditions in said mortgage con tained, the said mortgagee, W E. Hriggs, has elected to declare and has declared the whole amount due and payable at once: And Whereas, there is claimed to be due at the date of this notice the sum of i'ive Hundred Thirty-six & •Jf) itiO Dollars, and no net ion or pro ceedings having been instituted at law or otherwise to recover the debt se cured bv said mortgage or any part thereof: Now, Therefore, Notice is hereby given that by virtue of the power of sale in said mortgage contained and of the statutes in such ca^e made and provided, said mortgage will be fore closed and the above described prop erty will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder by the Sheiiff of Perkins County. South Dakota, at the front door of the Court House in the Village of Bison in said County of Perkins and State of South Dakota, on the 13th day of July. A. D. 1!U2, ai the hour of one o'clock P. M. of said day. to pay said mortgage debt and interest together with statutory at torneys fees »nd the costs and dis bursement* allowed by law. W. K. Briggs. Mortgagee. Berry & Carrell, Lemmon. South Drtkota. Attorneys tor Mortgagee. Dated at Ijemmon, South Dakota, this .'fist dav ol May. A. I). 1J»12 John Anderson. Sheriff of Perkins Countv. South Dakota. 1st pub May 31 1W12] Notice of Foreclosure of Real Estate Mortgage. Default having been made in condi tions of a certain real estate mortage made, executed and delivered by Howard H. Wilcox a single person Mortgagor, to the Meadow Slate Bank a Corporation of Meadow, South Da kota. Mortgagee, dated X*tober 1, A. D. lidO, and duly Hied for i-ecord in the office of Uegister of Deeds in and for Perkins County. South Dakota, on the »th day of October, A. I. I'.Ho. at the hour of 4 o'clock 1'. of said day. and duly recorded in Book 19 of niort gages on Page 441 thereof, mortgaging and conveying the follow ing described real estate situate, ly ing and being in I erkins County. South Dakota, towit: The Kast Half of the Southeast (Quarter and the South Half of the Northeast Quarter of Section Thirty-live (to), Township Nineteen (l'») North of flange Sixteen (lti) K. B. H. M. containing One Hundred Sixty (1M) acre-, according to the Government survey thereof, which said mortgage was, on the Jst de.y of May, A. D. 1912. duly trans ferred and assigned by the Meadow State Bank, a Corporation of Mead ow, South Dakota, to W. E. Briggs of South St. Paul, Ramsev County, Range Minnesota, by an instrument in writ ing, dated Mij l&t A* 13,1912 vtiicli luiet said instrument was duly filed cord in the office of the Register of Deeds in and for Perkins Count v. Department of the Interior, U.S. Land Office *t South Dakota, on the 23rd da\ o! Lemmon. S. D. May 14. A m2 D. Claimant names as witnesses: William Wallace, of Thunder Hawk. S. D. C. H. Alkire. of S to were. N. D. John S. Anderaun. of Selma, N. Nick Kurt, of Lemmon. S. D. 5-24 E. G. Coleman. Register Notice for Publication Land Office May 4. 1912 Department of the Interior- U at Dickinson,' strth Dakota. ..J-ftv of Stoweiil. N D.. who on June 2K 1sk«6, made Homestead Lnu^ 4SS4, Lemmon. S Serial 07i ,3. Stirial •'•14»*L. for S 1 2 NW 1-4 and N 1-2 SW 1-4 Section Township 130 N, Range yi W. 5th Principal Median, ha? filed aotice of intern tion to mak FlrrttLVive Year Proof to establish claim to the ianti a*»ove described, before Alf O. Brown. Clerk of District Court at Hettinger, N on the 22nd day of June 1H12. Claimant names as witnesses: Edwin Kirk. Jacobson, Henry Texley. John ttergrerfcon. all of Stowers. N. D. 5-17 Quinlivan Rejrister. Notice of Foreclosure of Real Estate Mortgage. Default having been made in tin conditions of a certain real estate mortg-aije, made, executed and deliver ed by M&gdalena Volk, a single er son, Mortgagor, to W. K. Brings ot South St. Paul, Ramsey county, Minnesota. Mortgagee, dated January ltth. A. I). U»10. and duly tiled for record in the office of thv liegistcr of Deeds in and for Perkins County So.ith Dakota, on the 20th day of January A. D. 1910, at the hour of l»-20 o'clock A. M. of said day. and duly recorded in Book 2.i of Mort gages, at pages Wi & thereof, mort gaging and conveying the following described real estate situate, lying and being in Perkins County, South Dakota, towit: The Northeast Quar ter of Section Twenty six (26). Town ship Nineteen (10) North, of Range Fifteen (15) K. B. H. M., containing One Hundred Sixty (K0) acres more or less, according1 to the Government survey thereof: at 8-30 o'clock A.M and recorded in Book 61 of Mort gages. ai page thereof, which said mortgage is junior to a mortgage for the of :ix Hundred tfc»UO/ Dol lars in favor o' \V. K. Brings on the above described premisses: And whereas, default having been made in the payment of the tirst in stallment due on said note, and the interest thereon, and by virture of th« terms and conditions in said mortgage contained, the said Assignee of saio Mortgagee has elected to declarv and has declared the whole amount due and payable at once: And whereas, there is claimed to I* due at this da»e of this notice the sum of Nints six ($Wt! Dollars. priucipai and interest and no act ion or pro ceeding* having been instituted at law or otherwise to recover the debt se cured by said mortgage or any part thereof: Now. Therefore, Notice is hereby given that by virtue of the power ot sale in said mortgage contained, and of the statutes in such case made and provided, said Mortgage will be fore closed and the above described pro perty will be sold, subject to said prior mortgage, at public auction to the highest bidder by* the Sheriff of 1'erkins County, South Dakota, at the front door of the Court House in the Village of Bison in satd County Perkins and State of South Dakota, on the l.»th day of July. A. D. 1W2, at the hour of one o'clock l". M. of said day- to pay said mortgage debt and interest together with statutory at torney fees and the costs and dis bursements allowed by law. W. E. Briggs. Assignee of Mort gagee Berry & Carrell, Lemmon, South Dakota. Attorneys for Assignee. Dated this HIst day of May, A. D. 1912, at Ijemmon, South Dakota. John Anderson. Sheriff of Perkins County. South Dakota. [1st pub Mav SI tl21 LENA RIVERS When Howard Brandun decid ed to put a production of "Lena Rivers," dramatized from Mrs. Mary J. Holmes' novel, he im mediately engaged Miss Madge Thurston to make the book into play form. Miss Thurston made a careful study of the book and then decided to visit the scenes of the book, as the story is a true one in a great many respects. Believing that she could get so much better conception by natu rally knowing the "locale" of the play and seeing the class of peo ple which the story is written around, she spent one half her summer at the little village of Slocumville, Mass., and the bal ance near Frankfort Kv., where Lena grew up and spent the bal ance of her life after leaving Slo icumville. Although conditions had chang ed somewhat in the year since the book was written, there was a great many of the characteristics of each place that were still un changed. A number of the peo ple whom Mrs. Holmes took as models were to bo found in each place and were very much flat tered by the.interest they aroused The little cottage of Granny Nic hols is still standing and not for away the old lady rests beside her helpmate. Nancy Scovendyke died an old maid, always thankful that she didn't marry John Liv ingstone. After a few week visit among these people Miss Thurs ton made the same journey that Granny and Lena made so many year before, and at the old Liv ingstone home near Frankfort, Ky., studied the home of I^ena and Durward and all the other friends. Miss Thurston seemed to write the play with almost reverence, and the fact that she so thoroughly understood the characters is the cause of much favorable criticism. At the Armory Opera House next Tuesday evening. Strayed or Stolen from my place in section 20. twp. 22, range 16, on April 14, 1912. One black mare, coming 2 years old one bay mare, coming 2 yrs. old one bay gelding, coming 2 yrs. old one light gray mare, coming 1 yr. old one bay geld ing, coming 1 yr. old one mouse colored gelding, 4 yrs. old. Ail the above horses are branded on right shoulder. Also one roan gelding, no brand, about 21 yrs. old one bay mare, coming 1 yr. old, no brand three bay mares, branded on right shoulder one dark bay gelding, branded on right shoulder. For any information leading to their recovery a reward of $25 will be given. Address, P. 0. Box 273, Lemmon, S. D. 51 tf Early Ohio Potatoes! last call $1.50, if taken in 5 bu. lots or better. Excellent duality for seed or table K. E. GREEN & SON. the Seedsmen, Lemmon. Order Now in person or by wire or mail. Remember Oscar N. Sampson form- for farm iOMMk LONDON PRESS KOTJPLEASED Call Senator Smith's Titanic Speech Grotesque. 0. K. British Public Asked to Withhold Judgment Until the Report of Their Own Board of Inquiry la ft«Mly for Publication. Ijondon. May 30—The senate com mittee's report and Senator Smith speech are given promlnenc® tn the London morning papers, but only a few make editorial comments The Daily Mail likens the upeerh to a bur lesque oraiion In Martin I'himelwlt, and says that Senator Smith has hur ied a grave and terrible event beneath a mountain of foolish fustian. "His notorious want of knowledge of the sea." says the paper, "renders his opinions absolutely worthless." The Express says: "Although the r»pori sounds sensible Senator Smith's grotesque oration deprives It of nnuh of its value." The Daily Chronicle says: "The re port does not benefit by Senator Smith's association with it The Chronicle recommends the Brit ish public to withhold judgment until Lord Mersey's report is published. The Daily News admits that soma of the conclusions are irresistible and wy disturbing INJURED IN AUTO ACCIDENT Princess Elizabeth of Roumania Prob ably Fatally Hurt. Vienna, May :!0. A special dispatch from Bucharest says that while pilot In a motor cur along a country road Crown Prince Ferdinand of Roumania collided with an n* cart, the motor PRINCESS ELIZABETH. being overturned into a ditch, pinning the occupants underneath. The Princess Elizabeth, one of the most noted beauties of Europe, and Prince Karl of Roumania were prob ably fatally injured, while the crown prince was sliuhtly hurt The dispatch says that the crown prince was not an expert In handling nn auto ami only recently re etved his cha 'if!' ur s license. DOCK STRIKE UNCHANGED Wwfe Carried on Under Protection of London Police. I/indon. May :10 The situation in the l/mdou docks is practically un changed The work is still carried on under the protection of the police No disorders have occurred although th® strikers gather in hundreds in (he vicinity of the dock exits, where they Jeer the drivers transporting pro visions to the markets under the es corts of mounted and foot police. The lenders of the strike movement now say the trouble will soon be brought ro an end as the men express them telves satisfied with the report of Sir Edward Clarke, who, after close in quiry. found that the trouble was mslnlv due to failure to carry out the clause in the existing agreement be tween the employers and the men providing that differences be referred to thf board of trade for decision. BLOW TO WORKMEN'S BILL Georgia Congressmen Line Up Agalnet Compensation Measure. Wa«hlrtr!on, May .10.- Following to* lead of Senator Ifoke Smith of Teorgia, taken against tt»e workmen's i romp*nsBtton bill on the senate floor, O^oi'Kia cor gasmen lined up against I tt. R. Passenger Time Tabi* Chicago, Niiwiukcc tnd Pu|ct Sou ad KM I w\ at L*mmon S ST BOtFN li No. No. n (Mail) No. Ifi No a. Way Freight Olympian 'olumbian -iftO J», a. WEST HODVU (Mail) No. 3 No. 91 No. 15 No. 17 Reservations made. •J:l |». VVav Freight Olympian Co'umhlaa a. •». 1:07 |i. for berths may F. C. Totten PHYSICIAN and SlltiEON Disease of the Kye, Kar. Nose and Throat a sjiecialty. Glasses titled Lemmon, 5. D. Oitf orer Micomhft Pfc«roia?r C. B. STRANC. Physician and Surgeon Rooms First National Bank Blk, Front Suite Lemmon, 8. Dat Dr. 0. W. Phelps Physician and Surgeou County Physician for lYrkiu* County. Office at lied Cross Drug Stunt Will attend iiUs day or aigitv fi.fl. eilis, D.D.S. DENTIST Office, Front Suite, Williams Bin On« Do«r South of I'nit LEMMON, S. n. T. 0. Sandbo, M. Physician and Surgcuu flees, Main Street, opposite ljemtii» Slate Hank LEMMON, S. UAK Ray J. Murphy LAWYEH I 't net ice I MP fore I*. 8. Land Mine HI.* all State Court* Office over Ma« omher's Drug 5t*». LEMMON S. Albert E. Yager 2lttornev at €tuv. I wind MattiTH u .specialty, t'm* tici' b' fciro all Land Notary Public. K.lMMi N. N. L. P. McNULTY Lawyer !Special Attention givrn to U. Land Office I'ractlrr. 0FHCK AT BROWN BROS Lend Off ii .iildtn| J.F.Paul Gross Ro'ary Public North UmmoD North Dakota W. F. EDDY Lawyer i Practice befoii nil St»' t'ourts and I'luUii htat and Fed' i Land OHM Umraoi, S. D. Try Our Baths and Laundry at City Barber Shop H. H. POMEROY PRACTICAL Arci IUMLI-.k See Or Write M'1 lemmon, South Dakota H0TE The Minneapolis Dollar-Hotel n O MONRNN ROOMS Located in Hurt oi 1 any action on the measure in the house judniary committee. Rppresentitive Hardwick of Geor- I fla. with Reprp«e- s»ive Henry of Texas, succeeded In forcing a post poneis'er.t of in.v consideration of tile Bieh-u.'e until SMurdny. BUIIKM DNIFI'l $1.22 SINGLE RATE $1.12 tuaoetan: wrt ro»T*opt.«o«i».H HATH AWOTO'tGT fJITBA COMPLETE SArETY AUTOMATIC SPBINKLERS AND FIREPROOF CONSTRUCTION |inu»«'( m'.nr* »HOW "O [«f« IOIT IX «r*'MKlfO Buaoinc. POOM HA* WOT AND COLO BIJNWIKO WATff». tfllM Mr* T. CAS A«0 CLCCTWIC UOMT«. AltO TILfPWOHf •f*VICf. liyi* |T«r MWU Ml CWWKTWI.