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rkins Gainty, South Dakota, i'n-asurer—U. II. AMricli. uditor H. P. Benjamin. lietfisler of Deeds—C. L. Carlson. lerk of courts- -Archie G. Purk«r. stales Attorney -Amos C. Stanley. s sheriff-John Anderson. surveyor-Borge H. Borreson. --.upt. of schools— K. Vailin. o. Physician Lr. O. W. Phelps. Miiity uraiHiMMonerK- G. E Ijern- on, IjtM.nuon: L. T.Larson. Lou** Geo iuffy, Daviston it»-»-(. «11-»ft. Mixl.v: A. VV. Anderson, Spriny, OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. \.iam* County. N mh Dik«ta iid'u-r- Walter/. Kelley reasurer -Norman Burnnon. i .agister of Deeds -Otto A. aeobson i lerk District 'ourt—A. O. Brown, n, VV. Krause, i i o o n Hit v tudjjeJacob Sonderall. 4,.,,. »»i School*- Rose C: Wagner runty Surveyor -Howard H. Horr. \diuinuti'ator—J. D. Barone. iiity Commissioners !ist., Kdiuund Ward. linn-man. toftiee, Orange. N. l. •d Oiat Edward Itamstad Hetti ti i' .1 ff. D. I li*t, Joshua Davi*. Reeder. N. I) -M. J. Mangan. istiees of the Peac^ V A. Greffluii. F. Paul Grosi. North i K. Hawks. l' -r%. Acid and Roofing This is one of the six tests con tained in our free book, Itn Years Wear in Ten Minute Tests." The information contained in this hook Will absolutely enable you to settle Ac prepared roofing question to inow just how lony and how well any kind of prepared rooting will wear on your buildings. k our dealer for the book and sar- fit Vulcanite Roofing IncludeVulca .v in -,•••»• .••••1 Er u won't be s,,,,. Uui furnishing the tests and urg:ng you to include our rooting is, that Vulcanite Roofi n is its oixin best salt man. Now tf you warn roof that you IKOW is water proof and wind proof and fire-ptoof nm) practically w«r-proof, htre s the way to utlU tb« question to find out if Sside-Geier Lumber Co. V ii 1 a n iit' Distributers Lemmon, So. Dak. Seed Spi'ltz at Green's. 240 acres of good land close to town for rent come in and see. scar N. Sampson, Lemmon. Have vour shoes repaired by lioc Will iams, the Shoe Surgeon, opposite First Sta*e Bank. Of fice Hours, 12:01 a. m. to 11:51) p. m. F. C. Totten, Physician and burgeon, Macomber Bldsr. Early Ohio Potatoes all you want at $1.50 at E. E. per bu. Green & Son's Feed and Seed Store. Get them now. I' ARM LOANS, Farm Loans Alwa\s. Quick service. Oscar N. Sampson, Lemmon. Secure your Cabbage, Tomato. Pansy and other garden plants at Martens Feed Store. F. C. Totten, Physician and Surgeon, Macomber Bldg. rAFT PROPOSES TOiVETO BILL President Will Fight for life of Commerce Court. MESSAGE TO BE VIG0R01S I GHIM Executive Consider* M«w Tri bunal Necessary to Prompt and Ef fective Enforcement of the Inter- State Corr,meres Act. Washington. June 13.—President Taft told friends he would veto the legislative, executive and Judicial ap propriation bill If, when it comes for his sltT.eftre. It nboMshes the com merce court in effect by cutting off the court's appropriation. Both thi house and senate have eliminated from the measure provision for thf court. President Taft told callers he con sidered the court necessary to prompt and effective enforcement of the inter state commerce act. In speeches he has said that when its limitations are defined by the supreme court the new tribunal would be approved by the railroads and the people. The supreme court this weei gave several decisions greatly restricting the powers of the commerce court and reversing its action in everal important cases where it disagreed with the interstate commerci com mission. The president's friends say le will write a vigorous veto message. ABOLISHES COMMERCE COURT Senate Joins House in Refusing to! Make Appropriation. Washington, June 13.—Only the sig nature of President Taft now is re-1 (lulred to abolish the commerce court of the United States. The legislating out of existence of that trfhuna creat ed only two years ago and \vh ch the1 supreme court of the United States recently declared had exceeded its powers finally and definitely was de termined upon when the senate, by a \ote of 36 to 23, defeated an imend ti ent to make provision for maintain ing the court In the legislative, execu tive and Judicial appropriation bill. MOTHER AND CHILDREN DEAD Police Believe Woman Purposely I Turned on the Gas. Chicago, June 13.—Mrs, Russell N. Edwards and her two sons, a »ed six and four years, were found dead on the floor of the Edwards home In Olencoe. a suburb. The dlscoverv was made by Mr. 1'kin.i :iti !i-r]' :.! after he had motored home from hi- offices in Chicago. The gas Jets in the iitehen range were turned on. When Mr. Edwards opened the door of his home he was driven back by the f'Hs fumes. After the discovery of tUe bodle* he became hysterical aid wast kept under restraint at the home of a neighbor during the night. The serv ants were not in the house. Thp police were inclined to scout the theory of accident. It was said that Mrs. Edwards might have been suffering from a mental strain, which caused her to take the lives of her children and herself. The case of Mrs. Edwards was reported to the nrt-•' Patent Vulcanite Roofing Co. ch, 1,1. 1 cide. P. Pattoa as a sui TWO ARMY AVIATORS KILLED Machine Crashes to Ground From Height of 200 Feet. College Park, Md., June 13.—lieu tenant Lightton W. Hazlehurst, Seven teenth infantry, U. S. A., Macon, Ga, and A. L. Welch, Washington D. C., were killed here when a nev army aeroplane of the Wright type, in which they were flying, fell to the ground at the aviation school and was wrecked. Lieutenant Hazlehurst and Welch had Just started on their trip and had reached an elevation of about £00 feet when the machine crashed to the ground. Death to both was it stanta nc'ous The machine was wrecked. RESULT SPEAKS FOR ITSELF WILLIAM FLINN. Pennsylvania Leader Who Is Leading Poosevelt's Fight. |.^L APPEAL TO ELECTORAL BODY Plan of '"Boss" Flinn Should Taft Be Nominated. Chicago, June i:s Recourse to the TtOGsevelt men who have been select ed as presidential electors in different states is the announced plan of Will lam Flinn of Pittsburg should th^ convention nominate President Taft 'Ihe Roosevelt leader made thi statement in a vigorous attack on the national committee in which he de-1 clared that such a movement, while it might defeat the Republican noml- i nee for president, would save the par ty In the big Republican states. His position was endorsed by Gov ernor W. B. Glasscock of West Vir ginia, who declared all the West Vir ginia electors are for Roosevelt and would vote for him in the electoral college regardless of the action of the natLmal convention MARINES READY FOR INSTANT ACTION Cuban Rebel leader Threatens to Attack Guantanam. Washington, June 13.—The written I threat of the rebel leader Estenoz to attack and burn Guantanamo, where the main body of American marines are enenmped, and tales of atrocities committed by federals against prison ers, tightened up the Cuban situation here. Estenox ie thought to be in earnest in his threat to assail Guantanamo and thus bring the revolution to a crisis at once. For two nights scat tering shots have fallen in the head quarters of Lieutenant t'olonel Lucas of the marines in Guantanamo town. The naval station near Guantanamo has not been molested. The marines in Guantanamo have been held ready for instant action, as are the Cuban federal troops under Colonel Machado. A general attack on Guantan mo is expected and in the opinion of officials here will certainly be followed by an order sending the Arneri'-an forces of n.imn regular io fantry to the island at once. T0 ASSIST THE REFUGEES All Vessels Available Being Sent to Aid Stricken Alaskans. Cordova, Alaska, June 13.--All load I vessels available have been placed at i the command of Captain Ptrry of the I revenue cutter Manning and efforts i are being made to get the war depart i ment to order the transport Sheridan, en route to Alaska from Seattle with the Thirtieth infantry and a detach ment of signal corps men, to proceed direc to Kodlak to give assistance, i The steamship Alameda is also ex pected here soon and the Alaskan Steamship company will be asked to send her to the stricken district. MORGAN CAME TO RESCUE He Roosevelt Hat Little to Say on New Jersey Returns. Oyster Bay, N. Y„ May 30.—"The re sult In New Jersey speaks for itself," said Colonel Roosevelt. "I don't see that Jersey has left much for me to say." The colonel was greatly elated at the outcome of the primaries. He said that after the Ohio vote he had as serted the contest for the presidential nomination had been settled, so that the result in New Jersey, in his opin ion, did not alter the situation. Fear Two Hundred Perished. Seward, Alaska, June 13.—A cannery tender from Uyak, on the Shelikof strait shore of Kodiak island, brought word that the people there are safe, but it is thought that seven fishing villages, with a total population of 200, on the* Alaska peninsula in the immediate vicinity of Katrnni volcano, were destroyed by the eruption of last 1 Thursday. Dumped $25,000,000 Into NfW York Stock Exchange. New York, June 13.—The Inside hi» tory of how J. P. Morgan and a group of bankers came to the rescue of the New York Stock Exchange on Oct. 24, 1907, the worst day of the panic, and dumped $25,000,000 into the exchange was revealed by R. H. Thomas, presi dent of the stock exchange in 1907, who testified before the Pujo congres sional committee investigating the money trust. HOUSEANDSENATEDEADLOCK Cannot Get Together on Reciprocity Question. Washington, June 13.—A deadlock between the houses of congress over I the senate's proposal to repeal the Canadian reciprocity law was fore shadowed when the senate, by a vote of 38 to 27, refused to recede from Its amendment to the Iron and steel tariff revUiuju bill embodying the rttp«al pro VlSkWr MICROBE PREVz O AGk Much Interest in French Scientist's Experiment*. Paris, Jcne 13 —There is consider able discussion among scientists in France in regard to the announcement by Professor Metchnikoff of the Pas teur institute that he is studying the effectiveness of a microbe called "giy cobactor" as a preventive of old age Professor Arnand Gautier, who is a member of the academy of mcfcrlnp. and Professor Berillon. while ftdmit ting interest in Professor Metchni koff's study, see Inclined to doubt its practicability. Professor Metchnikoff says he has found a beneficent microbe in the in testines of a dog which if Implanted In the intestines of man will probably generate sufficient sugar to destroy tbe human intestinal microbes which are responsible for the maladies of old age. MURDERER STILL AT LARGE Iowa Authorities Have No Clue to Slayer of Eight. Villlsca, la., June 13.—Another day pT«sed without the authorities being fiMe to secure a clue by which they n ight make an arrest for the murder of the entire family of Joseph Moore and two girl guests Sunday night. The bloodhounds again were put to work on a trail and took their keepers over a big stretch of country. Their effort* were centered in the west bottoms of the Nodoway river, from whence a re port came that the dogs had found a fresh trail and that footpints similar to those found on the east side of the river had been discovered. THREE DEAD AND FIFTY INJURED Excursion Train In Georgia Wrecked by Spreading Rails. Dalton, da.. June It.—Tfcree tic excursion train running from Tho Lemmon, Korthwestern per sons were killed and more than fifty were hurt when a Western and Atlan Cal houn, Ga., to Chattanooga, Tenn., was wrecked near here. The dead are Fireman Holcomb and two unidentified section employes. The injured were brought here The wreck occurred In a cut and was caused by spreading rails Four cars were overturned which was re sponlsble for the long list of injured. TURKEY TROT KILLS WOMAN Young Wife Collapses After Practic ing Dance With Husband. Atlantic City, N. J., June 13.—Mr*. Agnes E. Day, twenty-one years old, is dead at her home as the result of her desire to master the turkey trot. Friends who heard of her sudden death learned that she had been prac ticing the dance with her husband prior to going to one of the piers to witness experts do the trot. She was seized with a sudden pain in her side and stopped the strenuous hop. Ten minutes later, when she, with her husband, started from the house, the young woman fell to the floor unconscious. Before physicians had arrived she was«dead. Examina tion showed thar she had burst a blood vessel in her side. S GRAIN AND PROVISION FlMCfS Duluth Wheat and Flax. Duluth, June 12.—Wheat—To arrive and on track—No. 1 hard, $1.15 No. 1 Northern, $1.14 No. 2 Northern, 1.12 July, $1.13 Sept., $1.06^4. Flax —On track and to arrive, $2.30 Sept., $2.08. South St. Paul Live Stock. South St. Paul, June 12.—Cattle— Steers, $r.75®8.25 cows and heifers. $3.75fig 7.00 calves, $4.50S ".85 feed ers, $3.00 @6.15. Hogs—$7.00 @7.60. Sheep—Lambs, $email@example.com wethers, $4.00® 4.75 ewes, $firstname.lastname@example.org wool stuff, $email@example.com. Chicago Grain and Previsions. Chicago, June 12.—Wheat—July, $1.09^rei 1.09% Sept.. $1.05%©1.05% Dec., $1.09%. Corn—July, 74V4®74%c Sept., 72%c Dec., 62% 6iiT'»c. Oats —July. 50%c Sept., 41c Dec., 41%c. Pork—July, $18.97 Sept., $19.25. But ter—Creameries, 23@25%c dairies, 20® 24c. Eggs—15% @17 Me. Poul try—Turkeys, 12c chickens, lfcVfcc springs, 25© 30c. Chicago Live Stock. Chicago, June 12.—Cattle—Beeves, $6.00(g 9.40 Texas steers. $6.40® S.15 Western steers,, $firstname.lastname@example.org stockers and feeders, $4.30® 6.90 cows and heifers, $email@example.com calves, $5.50@9. 00. Hogs—Light, $7.15® 7.55 mixed, $firstname.lastname@example.org)5 heavy, $7.25®7.65 rough, $7.15® 7.35 pigs. $email@example.com. Sheep Native, $3.25®5.25 yearlings, $4,750 7.00 lambs, $4.50® 8.10. Minneapolis Wheat. Minneapolis, June 12.—Whoafc »£sip, $1.12M, Sept., $1.05% Dec., $-1.05%. Cash close on track: No. 1 hard, $1. 14% No. 1 Northern, $l.14% to ar rive, $1.14,£ No. 2 Northern, $1.12% to arrive, $1.12% No. 3 Northern, fl. 10%® 1.11% No. 3 yellow corn, 71® 72c No. 4 corn, 63#67c No. 3 white outs, 51%® 52c to arrive, 51c No. 3 oats, 4is'/*£(.50Vic barley, 85c@$1.10 flax, 12.27 to arrive, $2.26. LEMMON STATE BANK Capital and Surplus $12,000.00 General Banking Business. Interest on Time Deposits. Special Attention Given to Insurance Lemmon State Bank Thos. LVU.IXS. Pres. L. II. Haegr, Vice Pres. C. C. Biderxus, Cashier. Seed Coin and Potatoes: .-lit and .-t t.. '0k mvju# aiisulu. Prices named include delivery f.o.b. cars at Farjfo or Moothead. Seem less bags are extra at 21 cents each, burlap bags not charged with potatoes. Write for special prices on large lots. S E E O N N. J. OLSEN Lemmon, S. D. No job of printing to small or simple, or too intricate but what we shall be glad to figure with you. fHK I KMMf'N HKHAI.D ir.KMWnV, KAITTH DAKWA U Lemmon Furniture and Hardware Co. Offers during the new Year 1912 its complete Stock of Furniture, Rugs, Bedding Hardware, Stoves, Etc. Everything for the House! AT LOWEST PRICES. T. N1CKISCH. Undertaking and Embalming. Funeral Directing and Supplies WAITED,FARM LOANS. Prompt attention no de lay money always ready. See or write Brought In vestment Co., l^and Office Bldg., Lemmon. Ice, Ice, Ice. Phone your orders for lee So. Dak. We offer Dent (Minnesota grown—test 70 to 75 per cent) $5.00 Improved Northwestern Dent (An early Calico Dent—South Oakota grown, test 82) 4.50 Golden Dent An extra early yellow dent-test 90) 4.50 Minnesota No. 13 (test 85 to 90) 4.00 Minnesota King (test 85) 5.1*0 S E E POTATOES lied River Karly Ohio $1.50 Irish Cobbler (Red River Valley jzrowtt) 1.60 Early Rose .... 1.40 u a n k s 1 4 0 New York Rurals 1.40 Carmen No. 3 1.40 UK t.KMM"N' HI I. I 1.1.MM' 'N. V' in YOUR STATIONERY.... done at fol lowing seeds for prompt Moorhead. Minn. will receive the very best profession al thought and care, if THE BEHALD PRINT SHOP you have it New Store. I am putting in a full line of Electrical supplies, will handle laundry irons, motors, fixtures, sig-ns, electrical novelties, and in fact everything that goes to make up a first class general Electric Store. The Electric Ligfct Comnany will handle no supplies whatever in the future. Call and see me opposite th# Foet office after May 10. to Central. All orders on hand at i 8 a. m. and 1 p. receive prompt attention daily. i HELTZEL& JENKINS.' Yours to satisfy Elmer F. Sheets.