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7 in Street [Millinery Doings AT ELLIOTTS jew Arrivals: Another nice big seection of Ladies' and Misses shapes, comprising the very creation in back, burnt and white milans and chips shown by Chicago leading milliners. A large quanity of Ladies' popular priced sailors. A lot of pretty new Braids. A very nobby showing of Childrens Hats at a wide range of price. FECIALS: Two lines of Extra Value I SALE span of geldings, •J years old, wt. 1150, good s and double buggy. En at he Herald office. 2t Totten, Physician Surg#^ Macomber 49 4t 'en's seed store for kinds that are sure A holesale and retail. A lots for planting and at hlliott's, $1.50 to $1.65 att-Clark Land Co. is I'mu land, please call and your best price. sl- and Lot in Lemmon a bargain. Enquire, '.aprnan, at Atlas Lbr. Co. hi cows for sale Ap -aid office. of Seed Corn, apply 1 Lemmon, or Russel N Deputy. Good quali 50 •aw and Tomato Plants, r.di. f'ther garden plants •rtm s Feed Store, trrAJ(-A? »or Planting or Eott't $Lfc 9*r bu8hel in trimed Hats. One at $2.75y one at I $5.00. Beautiful large Willow Plumes 21x19 for $5,00 You will certainly not have a better opportunity to buy your summer hat than is presented here and now. J. C. Elliott Co. the Outing Season. the Fresh Air Campaigns. Freighters, Movers and Homesteaders. TENTS! ents of all sizes from 8x10 to 14x20. ade of the best material and strictly liable. Also iVagon Covers, Tarpaulins, Etc. Bamble Brothers HARDWARE eed Flax on Shares ivo a carload of see flaxl I will furnish farmers for n crop shares. Interested 5 »me promptly and see ICHARD EYENSON, Feed adj. Royal Hotel. Ladies' LEMMOX, S. D. Among the Churches. First Presbyterian jChurch. Morning service at 10:30 a. m. Sunday school at 11=45 a. m. Men's Bible Class at 3:00 p. m. Christian Endeavor at 7:00p.m. Evening Services at 8 00 p. m. A cordial invitation is extend to all. Martin Hyink, minister. First Baptist Church. Regular services as follows SUNDAY 10:30 a. m. morning worship. 11:40 a. m. Sunday sehool 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. Methodist Services Samueison's Hall: 10:30: Preaching Service. 'The Nt-w and the Living Way 12:00: Sunday School. &00 p.m. Preaching. 'A Bad Stopping Place," Services at Cheney Memorial Church, at 3:00 p. m. Paul H. McBeth, Pastor. List your land with Oscar N. Sampson, Lemmon, &• D. LILLIAN RUSSELL Actress Becomes Wife of Pittsburg Newspaper Man. LILLIAN RUSSELL MARRIED Becomes Wife of Alexander P, Moore of Pittsburg. Pittsburg. June 13.—The wedding of Lillian Russell, actress, and Alexander Moore of Pittsburg occurred here. Invitations had been sent to a few friends of Miss Russell and Mr. Moore and with each card went an admoni tion against publicity. Just why there should be secrecy thrown around the affair is known only to Mr. Moore and he won't tell. Mrs. Susan West ford of New York, a sister of Miss Russell, attended the bride. The ceremony was performed at Hotel Schenley by Rev. Frank Iewis of th» Klrst Methodist Protpstant church, assisted by Rev. J. W. Wright of the Second Methodist Protestant (hurch RESIDENTS DRIVEN TO HIGHER GROUND Flood Inundates Lower Section oi Buffalo, Wyo. Billings, Mont., June 13.—One man is known to have been drowned and many others escaped a similar fate at Buffalo, Wyo., when a wall of wa ter twenty-five feet high rushed down upon the city without warning, follow ing a cloudburst in Clear creek can yon. The lower.part of the city vai com pletely inundated, houseB were de molished and the people driven to higher ground. The water was six feet deep on the main street and four feet deep in the lobby of the principal hotel. The property loss is at least •A quarter of a million dollars. Details of the disaster are meager and many more may have been Irowned than first reported. The en tire town is engaged in rescue work and Sheridan has been appealed to lor h-!p. CHINESE MARTIAL LAW HIT Brutality of Military Execution* In Streets of Wuchau. Hongkong, June 13.—The Chinese assembly at Canton has denounced the action of the governor of Canton in putiing martial law into effect. According to dispatches received here the brutality of repressive meas ures in the various cities is of a horri ble nature. Executions are taking place dally at Wuchau. where men are being sh^l on the slightest pretext, the government troops firing volleys at them from a distance of only five yards, virtually blowing them to pieces. Secret meetings have been held by the citizens of Wuchau to plan venge ance on the official? engaged in carry ing out the executions A force of 1,000 soldiers is stationed in the city but piracy is an everyday occurrence WIRELESS FOR DIRIGIBLES Zeppelin's Air Craft Will Alao Carry Mails Hereafter. Friedrichshafen, Germany, June 13 —The dirigible balloon Zeppelin III returned here from Hamburg, the timf occupied in actual flight going and coming being forty-two hours. Ail the Zeppelin dirigibles hereafter will be fitted out to carry malls and a wireless equipment. Boy Admits Poisoning Father. Greensburg, Pa.. June 13.—To save his mother, himself and other inem bers of the family from the abuse o! tiis father. Elmer Watt, an eighteen ear-old farmer boy, placed ten grain of strychnine in his father's wh1sk according to a confession made District Attorney I'tomm. The be was formally charged with murd The eider Wstt dWi suddenly afu drinking the wbiskf 'Perkins County Teachers Institute Next Monday, June 17th, be gins the annual teachers' insti tute for Perkins county, at Bison where it will continue for five days. The institute will be in direct charge o?" Prof. H. C. Johnson, superintendent of the'Aberdeen S o o s o o n s o n a Charge of last year's institute, held at Lemmon, and his able leadership was there demonstrat ed. State Supt. C. G. La-vrem-e will favor the first day of the session with his presence and help. Miss Carpenter, of Aber deen, will again give her help in important lines Miss Blanche O'Neil will have charge in music tnd english classes. Prof. Salis bury will have classes in reading and agriculture. A new and highly recommended force has been added in the person of Miss Anna WanWie, who will direct the studies in drawing and de sign work branches that are too frequently week in the county school. Teachers are urged to be on hand Monday morning, to bring their song readers and texts in pecagogy, psychology, agricul ture, etc., and above all, the enthusiasm for making the mst tute a deserving success. On the part of the people of Bison assurance is given that no pains will be spared to make the visit ors' stay there pleasant and corr fortable. lymeneal. A very pr etty wedding took place at St. Mary's Catholic! church, Wednesday morning, when Miss Elner May Marl err, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Martens, was united in mar riage to Mr. Chesttr Joy of this city. The church was beautifully dec orated for the occasion with a profusion of flowers, the altar being banked with carnations and palms. High mass followed the wed ding, the choir singing impress ively Luesh's third mass. The so los were rendered by Mmes..C. D. Smith and Miles Mah tn and Mr. Paul tiros?,making the ceremony most devotional and inteieating. Mrs. Dr. Layne presided at the organ. As the strains of Mendelsohn's wedding march were heard, little Erma Delaney dressed in wl i e embroidered mull with lingerie hat, entered carrying a basket of white carnations. All eyes then turned to see the charming bride attended by the groom Mr. Ches ter Jov, following them came Miss Frances Delaney as brides maid escorted by Mr. Lee Delaney who acted as best man. Rev. Father Hirsch then preformed the cerenony, and later adminis tered Holy Communion to the bridal party. The bride wore a charming gown of hand embroidered cream niessaline with ball trimmings and silk fringe, with white pic ture hat and plumes. She carried a shower boquet of brides roses. The brides-maid's dress was a handsome gown of white em broidery with large white hat and plumes. Her boquet was of pink ro.-es. At 11 o'clock a reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mr.c. Jos. Martens and an elegant four course wedding breakfast vva served. The house was dec rated with ferns, pink and white car nations and red roses. Many elegant gifts were on display from hosts of loving friends who offered Mr. and Mrs. Joy many good wishes for a long life of prosperity and happiness. The bridal pair left with the 1 p. m. train for a tour of the west, and will en route visit the Yellow stone National park. Remember Oscar N. Sampson for farm loans. JACOB L. HJORT of Reedt r, Republican candidate for Representative for the 49th Legislative District of the Slate of North Dakota, comprising Adams and Hettinger Counties, at the Primaries to be held June 2Hth, 1012. In Mr. Hjorfs case, it may be truly said that the office seeks he man, forit wasonly after the most urgent request of both farmers and business men from all parts of the district that Mr. Hjort, who is an exceedingly busv man. could be prevailed upon to become a candidate for the office. It means a great sacrifice that he makes and no one realizes this more fully than his associates of the Farmers Elevator Company of Reerler, of which organization he is the Sec retary-Treasurer, and the First National Bank in which he is act ively engaged. If nominated and elected to the office, the 49th dis trict will receive the full strength of his untiring energies in pro moting its interests first, last and all the time. Mr. Hjort came to Adams county in April 1907: to prove up a home stead in Township 129, range 9* and moved to Reedera year later. He has ever since been foremost and most unselfish in promot ing the upbuilding of the vil lage and community Several tempting offers have at various times been extended him in the east to return, but hisunboun ltd faith in the ultimate success of his country and love of his newly aquired friends and follow citi zens has made him refuse every pus 11 i o n advanced H. J- (aii.iubi! C. |. l.iicau Candidal.' for St:ii. 1:« |. resentafi ve, 4ttth Disoii't. North Dakota. Card oi Thanks. To the many v. i.u uuring the months of affliction by unnum bered acts of kindness eased l\ ing bed of Mrs. Bertha N and likewise stood by me in lii. strain of care and watching. Respect! u ily. MARION V. i: .v Early this week Dr. aiid If in ii«-e.i oi Seed Con., apj.» »o Geo E. L'-n.mon. or Htissi" E'nlx rso Deputy. Good quali ty, pt $2 a0. H. L. Simmons U. S. Commissioner I I I I N i .S, I N A O O S CONTI ST HEARINGS BISMARCK DISH 1 Office .it Selina DKMNhON DISTRICT Office at North I einmon I*. l-M,ION, S. I) Bo* -I I') Homestead AcMress STOWLRS N. Exact Weight Reliable Goods and Ration?.! 1 to the many who in the bitter hi., of parting showed their sympathy and love, I beg hereby to tender my heart feet thanks. i i i Mii. H. A. Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. Kich aid Miller, Howard Re ». Mrs. L. E. Tiilotson, a il K E. Pm left overland f-r l)eaiwo"d. where they .ill attend the ings of the Grand Lodge, A K. & A. M. of South Dakota, and allied bodies. The grand lodge sa? the 11 12th. lit cnaj ter the 1. to, and on the 14h there will be shrine doings, Mr. Kirby Smith, of Mcintosh, re-! presenting the lodge of that place accompanied them, and en n* the were joined by Mrs. li. i*. Aldnch. who with other ladies will attend the Eastern Star) grand cunvei.tii. Lawyer'. Meat Market 1 ill-. l'K 'i»i V I n 1 Swift & Compan\ ilAK i. iv KEN i• ».:» iiur. '.*••• 'IhUlifie 1'ttV. K, £. D.