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The Lemmon herald. (Lemmon, Perkins County, S.D.) 1912-1917, June 14, 1912, Image 4

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Mana**M «C
Braugbt Investment Co.
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HKAL K»TA'rK IxjANS OD '.'I1
(/JUtatlOl) proofs til ioWC»t ttiU-%
OF ITIUIREM. MD/JEY
"D band at ail tim«*.
ll.S. Laarf Of Ilea
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I (II III'I II, So-M». D.llofi
loi
.and tiltkt Business transacted
Filiflf* ContetU »nd Proof*,
taaiatcd Tract* ud Script.
Ray W. Conklin
LEMMON S
REAL EST AT*
AND LOANS.
North of
iydiM
Dr. J. T. Layne
u ntist
Graduate
Minnesota State UniYersity
Office over First National Bank
LEMMON, a 0.
An Artistic
Photograph
French and Dry ('leaning
Work and I'rices
to sail«'u'vi.iiiiiei
Mrs. May Taylor.
Mifis Steel
Public Stenographer
Loisuhi.-i' til iiSioi t!»«ind
and Typewriting
Itoom 12. I/hhI Office Building
S N Braden
Undertaker
ml
Licensed—
—Embalmer
Submit Your
Building Plans to
F. W. ECKER
Building
Contractor
General Contractor in
Frame, Concrete,
Brick and Stone
I Construction,
IMans l)rawn"and Specifics
Hot** Furnished.
Sv"' 14mmon,
1
County Books Examined.
and accounts of the officials of
county commissioners
Bi^on. S.
X.- u»- Hoard of uo'v
1
era. P*r Kins Counly, South Dakota,
(•entlemeo:
In answer to request coming from
ou through the Executive Department
jo
A
-t,- 11 'one i' In LightmmI
Shurde effwtx, in Finish
and Mounting
is the Kind of Photograph
You will get at the
Miller Art Studio
Main Street, West Site
l.KMMON, S, D.
MILLINERY
i Door North ol Sniiii i^oii Store.
The tlnul results of my examination
of the accounts ban not materially
changed the figures submitW br Ml*.
Henjumin, your present Auditor at
the time I came to make h« investi
gation.
1 have carefully checked every entry
in the Auditors and Treasurois hooka
and they agree. I have chucked the
books with the vouchers and papers
.tncl proved the footings. In this I
located what few errors that had not
a 'eadv S»een found and corrected.
iieo ail the land is deeded so tliat
you will not have so many erroneous
ia\ sales there will not. i»e tlie chance
tor errors insinuating themselves into
the books.
Statement Treasurer and
Auditor's Cash.
ti, it. 1 it
1 ilishui'M'Hien from
tile time of orguni/.al ion of th Perkins
Count\ in.1 niuary 1909 to Ma I, 1912.
1909 Receipts all sources $ 5ti,f72 70
1910 Receipts all sourcea 130,120.-Hi
ittll lieceitits all sourcea 1h j,k2S.3H
lull? Iteceipts all sources# •0H.K03.-t9
I'otal Uwei|its if4ft.38'.0!i
1!K)9 Disbursments 20,510 so
1910 Disbursments 10.851 13
1911 Disbursments I Jl,478.20
1»I2 Disbursments to May
03,320.00
I, 1912
Total Disbursments
S. D.
*3 a..
ii |pr '/w!ilW.
i iiere should be some w«»* devised
ihat would make it possible for th«
Audiur to have a separa^- rwm fr.-m
the Treasurer: the necessary confusion
cau*»:d hy paying tax»-s and dealing
with the Treasurer makes mistakes
more liable to happen than if he had
a separate *ltice. The Auditor is tbi
mititatise accountant. It is his duty
to
all jrifilial figuring of the 'i'a.x
List and if by an) chance he makes a
niintake it will more than likely cause
one in the books of the Treasurer, lie
should have a room where ht only has
do with those who have business
with hu'n only Th«- less time that ih
taken up fc'„v unnecessary confusion
the more eHiCtt-J^
l,|t:
of Ute office force.
I AS *ai» xft 1-- -C-il-- j-Xi-StJ ^!Xft"D i? i
I record especially if tfwy remit too!
nervice
number of error"? have ---n l'»*
cated resulting from yari''U» cau»-st
tiie most of these had been fnnud by
your present Auditor pri UT my
coiiiini here and it is my belief that he
would have found them all in the near
ruture. Had the Public Kxaiuiuei
carried out the law as ^required he
would have checked your county in
19oy and 1910. If this had been done
th 1» examination would have been of
ihort duratiou but as it is it has been
necessary to check all work since th
organization of the county, which ha*
teen a long tiresome job.
In ntv examination I have found
nothing that would in the kast. poini
Ui an i earless »r dishonest acts on
Lh«- part of your corps of oPicers and
clerks. Respectfully submitted.
W. A. SHUIVrLF.FK
Hpeeial I '••(,:*ty Htate Accountant.
Office of Treasurer and
Auditor.
'oncerning the examination of th?
ottWjes of the Treasurer and Aud tor
nothing was found that would ghe
,tn foundation to any of the ohargea
iiiit have, Itcen iirciii.iUfil i out the
co'.nty as to the account, heiny mixed
up and in bad shape. I found a ltw
errors and they have b-en corrected.
Kelow we publish the report 01 entering the usoaot for the re- Qualified ejectors of Lernmon
the Btate examination of the books
cor(}ing
entering
Perkins county, as made by W. whieb be kee^s for that purpoae, which
... i i ahowt the exee- received. «bo it was
A bhurtle.T, special deputy ex-
arniner, and submitted to th«|
of
From
tained
t.*e amount
eouoty
South Dakota. I have exami&ed
to
i .i checked up the accounts of the! Hegist*?r bad
be
From U*e treasurer. r«ti book 1
find that the whole of this sum hi
been turned over to the count,.
considering the fact that th* p^ent
i i '-:i*uier. Auditor, Kegister ol Deeds equipments start with out* as obliged
ni.i t.'lerk ol urt» of lVrkiDs ma
ifui the result!) of iove»tigatioo
-»'t forUi in the followingKtatemenU.
i 11 i ny and prouipt assistance na»
f- 1 accorded me in everv instance.
I tve tieen treated courteous hy ali
.«»ur officials and their asKistant*.
1 i as a Public accountant is need
fcr JJItr to i IV
no establ is bed offie*
uv* v3l"v/
10
to do the initial work of organizing u suueeu 1. x.
•V. 1 .-L
tm, Imt Ameriraii
•31)8,100.19
ASH ON DKmSlT
First Nat .tk, lemmon 0,050.2*
First State Iik, 73,707.71
Lemmon State Bk, Lemmon 0,719 25
First State Hk, Strool
Meadow Meadow
lUson Bison
•Mist Daviston
4,228.58
0,757.08
42,750.00
0.400.00
Cash Balanoe
1147,218.90
•545,385.09
Note In these figures is *07,202.73
s.-ed gratis bonds money.
Report of the Examination
of the Office of the Regis
ter of Deeds.
I
From my Investigation of theRegis
(wrs office 1 tknd he has a careful
it«m
Aaaoelatfaw.
GENERAL WOOD.
ariB7 appropriation bill, carrying the
amendments which would legislate Ma
jor General Wood out of his office as
chi«f of staff of the army.
CUBAN REBELS DEFEATED
LEM TM Killed in Battle With Gov
ernment Troopa.
Santiago, Cuba, June 13.—A detach
ment of government troops under Ma
jor Rosendo Collazo fought a battle
with the insurgents near El Cobre,
ten miles west of this city. The rebels
were defeated, losing ten killed.
The government troops made effec
tive use of their artillery and now are
pursuing the fleeing insurgents.
A force of rebels under the com
mand of General Gvaristo Kstenoz has
been seen I11 the vicinity of Sagua de
Tamtmo, in the northeast of the prov
ince of Orlente. General Ivonet la
reported to be surrounded by the gov
ernment troops at I.as Cuevas, be
tween
SHKUH
de Tanamo and Zatorar.
Aaka Aid for Alaaka.
Washington, June 13.—President
Taft. In a special message to congress,
asked for an appropriation of $ 100,
000 to be expended by the revenue
cutter service In caring for volcano
victims near Kodlak, Alaaka.
SEVERE QUAKES ARE FELT
Thfti pi at I net Shocks Experienced
In the
8outh.
Augusta, Ga., June 13.—Distinct
earth shocks were felt here, at Colum
bia, S. C., and Savannah, Ga. Houses
were rocked and the sleeping Inhabi
tants were roughly awakened when
their beds swayed and moved several
inches. Three shocks were felt, each
lasting about fifteen seconds.
The shocks were felt more distinct
ly on the hills about the city
the
Notice of School Election.
Notice is hereby given to the
E_f*
iD the reception Register and Independant School District No.
the *xtra amount in a u"k
one
and
residence quarter.
jn County of Pei kins
an(j state
^lurfMKl.
of South Dakota, that
the Annual School Election will
a*. rt**-puon register I ob- be held on Tuesiay, June 18th.,
of the fte*
received
., 2. i in the office for recording instruments
1912, for the purpose of electing
Xhree members of the said Board
e i o n o UK- Education of Lemmon Inde-
pendent School District No. one.
followgt t0 wit
One
Lduc
the countv of less than one half of the '*rS
4 i 1 w i n A e e s o v o e
of lu« ottuiH I c%n no rea^'ft ,,
of passing any thing but favorable
critieiMi on
tlie
o!bc«.
m*a*gement Ot
The above amount of feea simply
crtbtains th- money received up to the
First of May 11)12.
Examination of the Office
of the Clerk of Courts.
190y 1 of ottice
9 397.70
1910 Fees of office 81..4"
1911 Fees of office 1.137.70
1912 Fees of ofiict.-WJ May I, 1912 373.
From the alwive it will be seen that
the fees of the office are quite a littl
short of reaching the legal Uoiit whet*
the Clerk would be obliged to tMrrj
the same to the county.
Court tin»»s have been rtjeeived by
the Clerk Of Courts to the amount o)
$2,9o*}.00. This Sum has been turner
over to the Treasurer
of
Perkiri-
County as evidenced by «*uchet!
jfiven by the Treasurer, which vouch
ers amount to the sum of #2,956.00.
STANDS PAT ON ARMY BILL
Senate Refuses to Reconsider Amend
ment Directed Against Wood.
Washington, June 13 -The H'-nate,
29 to 28, refused to reconsider its ad op
tlou of the conference report on the
Ti
member to succeed A. H.
Borreson, resigned, for a term, ol
me year one member of the
PiAjirH of KHurjition for s t^riD of
,that
the office and the amount of wor*
has tjeen accomplished at a cost U
year* to succeed I Skiles
K,1 and one member ot the Board 01
s
^10n ^r a term of three
.fUCCeed Thomas
D.
Pot-
w.e
for at large by the qualified elec
tors of said Independent School
District.
this
Dated at Lemmon, S. D., May
27th., 1912.
W F. EDDY,
Clerk, Board of Education.
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
o o e e i n 4 y s o A i
the above horses are branded!"
o n i s o u e A s o o n i
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 geldirg,
branded on right shoulder.
For any information leading to
their recovery a reward of $25
will be given. Address, P. ().
Box 273, Lemmon, S. D. 51 it
STRAYED- Ab. May 27, from
Lemmon, a team of geldings.
ooth then with ha'ter and rope
one bay, 5 yr. old, star in frhd..
mane cropped half way the oth
er black, o yrs old, star. Both
branded V.
on
shoulder the bay
also on hip with script "P".
Reward Please take up and no
tify promptly: BOSTON STORK,
Lemmon, S. D.
STRAYED, about Feb. 15th.
Bay mare, heavy with colt, \vt.
about 1150 star in forehead
mane and tai ilar color as
body, branded on left hip.
Reward. Pleat^fcffl notify Christ
Lemke, 7 miles northeast ol
Lemmon.
STRAYED oi Stolen, from C.
W
Bradford's, miles
north
id
Thunderhawk, roan pony,
w i e
f'eet and face. bob'»ed tail, chip
ped mane, bobbed mane reward.
Please notify Telephone Central.
Lemmon. "»1
STRAYED My sucking colt,
10 month old, bay-brownish rope
around neck, with red string run
ning through one strand. Reas
onable reward for information
leading to its recovery. NELSO.
LEIREN' Stowers, N. D. 3tr 1
STRAYED -A buckskin mare,
bald faced, 7 yrs. old, branded
0 on left side, one white hind
leg. Notify F. Baumnan,
Carson, N. D.
Notice of Taking Up Estray.
Take Notice that on the 2Mb day oi
vlay 1912. 1 the undersigned toos ii to
nv possession tlie following descril" 'i
animals which I found esti a\ uponllr
SW 1-4 of Section 11, Twp. 20, Kg. 11
1. LI. M. That said animals i.
described as follows:
One gra mare wl. ab. 1000 lbs., 8
ab. 12 .\rs. branded left side. i
black stallion, 3 rs. old, wt. ab.
lbs., branded left shoulder. Hotn ai
imals have ijeen with my stock for a
lorig time but are so wild that it is im
possible to rt ad brands.
That 1 reside on the SW 14 of Sec.
1', l'wp. 20, Kg. 14 K. B. ti. M-. and
[lostotlice address is Pleasant Riiiye,
S. 1)., and the owner of s:. id propel t.\
aiav take the same by app.'aring w tii
me and proving his ownership to Lbe
same before a Justice of the Peace,
and pa\ ing the expenses of taking up
and keenimr such estrays at the tune
if such delivery, 'ogether with cosis
aud fees provided bv law.
Dated Mas 30, 1912.
G. A. R£AD
Early Ohio Potatoes!.comes
,,
at Ci ti- ureen
v
J, O I' I
ft Don S,
eed
c, _n tr*
I
otore, all you want at
We Want to rent several hun-
dred acres oi land to put in with
our engine and machmerv, we
... ano .n«ne »»ent lo
Will put It in on the
1-2
breaking to do. Or will sell the
full equipment on 5 years time
with reasonable security, no cash
down nor payments.
Bros. Land Co.
In
BEGIN EARLY
To 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 j'our 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 STRYCHNINE, it is the cheapest
and best GOPHER killer on the market.
We offer strychnine in oa. vials 25c. 1
oz. vials $1.50
Macomber & Co.
I S S
LEMMON, South Dakota
Seed Headquarters
The Martens Feed Store
Joe Martens, Manager
We carry Kaffer Corn, Cane Corn,
Bromus Inerrnis, 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
it all time.
THE MARTENS FEED STORE
INeltrttt's Old Stmid 1" ust of IOc I cpf! ftarn
Dakota Mutuai Life Insurance Company.
wati:rto\vn so. oak.
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 time a supply of provisions and a little sur
plus of money within your reach, with which to buy anything
that you might need. Thfis is all forethought or protection.
Now, is not Life the most precious of all human possessions
the most indispensable cleaieui of a husines.-. career? The bankrupt of
today may next year be on his feet again, busy and thrifty us ever if
he lives: but Death is the one interruption to an active career which is
inevitably final. And Death strikes wherever he will, often sparing
the decrepit and debilitated to smite the stvudy and vigorous. There
fore, with these uncertainties before \ou and life being the most valu
able of all insurables- Why not insure it?
Th* regular
retail frUecfthes* tirti
$10.00 per pair, but to intrvdurt i:
will ttllpom mismph pairfor$4.80(raih
HO MOBETROIBLE FROM PUNCTURES
NAILa. Tasks,
or CI*.* will not let the sir
A
Yours truly,
J. L. VAUGHAN, Agent Director
Branch Office Lemwon,
WANTCO-A RIDER AGENT
INKACH TOWN and district to ride and exhibit a sample I.ntest Modg|
*ain«r" bieyrle furnished by us. Our nt.r'litsever\vwUern are makliW
money ist Utn,fr„ jnUJ.ruiular, a:ul •pi:„Uf,ralr,r,,.
•JO MONEY REQUIRED until you n reno and approve of row
bicycle. \\e sliii) In Hnyoiw anj'wln re lu tin'r S nhom a mi d'totM
in ad vatic...
a
I FACTORY PRICES
w,
pritet
and
fully I
lens tD'UU'V
•ICYCLK
OrriernFLLLT*1OCALCRS,IVPCI.can
tbeday NC
fftJn la t,» ii ari'li i
2
n
acltial factory cost. Vou saveflo to fL'5 middlemen's protits bv bujr
I ItiKdirt'ct .^nsanil tinvi! the mamifactnn r's pnaranteo Itehlnd your
bicycle DO NOT BUT a bicycle or n pair of tires from anvmr at w
friu until you our ratal-v'tes and lonru our unheard of /oct«9
rttnorifiblt tfd.t nftsr,
onr
S 8 w i a a i n i a u i a i i e e e
O A S a A $ w a I o e o e i n s o a i a e i a a n
w equtptnent of u:i kimi^at
,s,lv(lywuhnrj^r
ut-oururiiun.
,,asvItSSf,jout.vritli
hundred thousand pairs
sold la^t ear.
nE&OMPTtnN- Made In all
sizes.
and
naintr. very durable and lined Inside
asix cial quality of rull*r, which never be
porous a nd which closes tip small
junctures without allowing he air.to escape
We have hundreds of letters from satisfied custom.
statlnu that their tires
ha veonly
Le.n
pum:*'d up
or twice In a whole wason. They weit'h no moie i. iu
an aa ordinary tire, the puncture resisting qualities iig
!9l.Ovi. given tiy several layers of thin, siKcially prepand
fabric on the tread. The regid a price of these tins
awe—..M j, Is §10.00 per pair, hut for
advert islmr purposes we am
makini a special factory price to the
WITH ORPKR ami mcloM this a«iv( rtlsenieut.
ID*li*as
crop plan
^afea-! a ha!ik. If :i
and begin at once. Also want iffc,
IF
The Willey
a i w fnai you ^ui re y-t i that ben u want a f-icycie jrou will give your orUer. Wewaai
S. D.
and allow TEN OAVS' FREE TRIAL during
whi.-n time you may ride the bicycle and put, It to any test you \vis(|.
If yuii are then lint perfectly satisfied or do lint wish to keep tiM
PlCyele ship it tuli li 1o us at Our
E\pellsO
Blid you
UIKM
braut
on.
tint.
thohiuhest Kradn bicycles it to
nosslble to make at one small iirotit oto»e
ridar agent*.
V% vIhmi rorplveour twantlfiil catalrtrt®
90 ttiui' tu«lviurnnM»rl»»iMH|». sai the
to
rid
YOU WILL BE ASTONISHED
c«n mako v- u tl sell tlitOn y hev I grade blrycleK ti
it ti jirniltabove factory n^C
sell our bicycles uttder your own name plateat Uoubl© our prlcffc
I ra&uterly handleseoond hand blcyelcw, but usually htftt
rotAtl htoreu. The«e v« clear out promptljrat pridm
ha.fi'-,.<p></p>Puacture-Proof
w
i
.i
i Hedgethorn 80
IISelf-healingTires^S™
Notle* lira thick rubb«rtr«a||
"A"and punctur«*tripa"4
and D"also rim atrty "H"
to pravant rim cutting. TM*
tir* will outlast any oth#r
make~«OFT, ELASTIC aid
EASY RIDING.
der of only $4 S0pTpalr. All orders shipped same
day letter U received. Ve shfyC O l. on simroval. Vou do not pay a cent until you
"oo havp examined and found tlirm strictly «s represented
n^ou*examinati.nwHl^are^rf^tJfrfuaw®beridemaywilltire«thrythethatasflatlorder.auYOUn*tin-sendingtbwe!nrfri-kpairnorunorlrra
YOU MEED TIRES -7' .V*1IP'
... tm PMT porta) tMay. DO WOT THIWK OF BUVIWQ Herri* nr. n.lr «T
ItMlyooBtoaiKwtaltok^rnevprythin,. Write it NOW.
fr* you haVeer^u^l or at any prlok
J. L. MEAD CYCLE COMPANY, CHICAGO, ILL

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