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Political Announcements
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political Advertising.
For County Sheriff
To the Voter* Fellow Citizens of Atoll
Counts': ....
I take the opportunity »t this time to announce
lf as
a candidate for the office of County
sheriff on the Republican ticket, and 1 conaci
Mnualv seek your aid and snpport to obtain the
e"
nation Yours to the finish,
ncm.nat.on. H. 3 STICKEN.
P. O. Haynes,
K,s Twp. Sec. 15 N.Dak
Political Advertising.
For County Auditor.
To the
Voters of Adam County.
I am candidate for renomination upon the re
publican ticket and reelection to the office of
County Auditor of Adams County. I have in the
past endeavored to the best of my gifts to perform
the duties of the trust reposed in me. and if you
think that 1 have merited your further favor and
confidence. I ask your support and vote at the
primary election. June 26,1912.
41
Beapectfully,
WALTER F. KELLEY.
Political Advertising',
For Clerk of the District Court
To the Voters of Adams Count}
1 hereby announce myself as a candidate for
renomination and reelection to the office of
CLEKK OF THE DISTRICT COURT. I have de
voted four years to the study of Court Work and
to my duties pertaining thereto. If you are sat
isfied that I have conducted this office in an
honest, faithful and efficient manner, I will ap
preciate your vote and suppor* at the coming
Primary Election on June 26. li#12.
,, ALFRED O. BROWN.
political Advertising.
For Sheriff.
To the Voters of Adams County:
1 hereby announce myself a candidate fsr She
riff of Adams county, N. 1).. auject to the will of
the republican voters at the June 2tith, 1^12, pri
maries. To this end 1 beg hereby to solicit your
vote and support, assuring you that 1 shall gladly
exert my best abilities to the conscientious and
enertretic fulfilment of my duties, if elected.
CHAS. I.OHU1S
jl Residence, on Sac. 10-180-98.
Political Advertising.
For County Commissioner
Fifst Commissioner's District.
To the Voters of the First Commissioners' Dis
trict of Adams Co., N. D.
I beg hereby to announce myself sa a candidate
for the office of County Commissioner from the
First Cjmmissionur's District of Adams County,
subject to the will of the voters of this District,
and with 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 aim to serve my fellow citizens, the district
and county to tbe best of my ability, and to ap
proximate as near as possible to
the high standard
set me by the present incumbent of the utiice.
J. A STEVENS.
42 S lowers, N. D.
Political Advertising
For Sheriff.
I &ni a qua-itied elector of Adams county and
a 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 sour vote at the Primary Election of June 26,
1912.
44 KHUD FUGLESTEEN
Political Advertising
For County Treasurer
To th-i Voters of Adams County:
1 hereby announce myself as a candidate for
renomination and election to the office of Treas
urer of Adams county.
I have devoted all my time in the indeavor to
properly conduct the affairs of the office. If you
are satisfied, 1 respectfully ask your vote
and sup
port for a second term.
Yours respectfully,
44 N OHM AN BUKNSON
Political Advertising
For State's Attorney
1 am a ca uiidate for the republican nomination
to the ortlce of State's Attorney of Adams county.
North Dakota.
44 O. H. AYGARN
Political Advertising
For Register of Deeds
1 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
Deeds at the Primrry Election to be held June Sid,
lai2. lf you think that 1 have conducted this
office satisfactory in the past, your support will
be greatly appreciated.
Respectfully yours
44 OTTO A. JACOBSON.
Political Advertising
For Superintendent of Schools
To the Voter? of Adams County:
I hereby announce that 1 am a Republican can
didate to the office of Superintendent of Schools,
snbject to the decision uf the voters at the Pri
mary Election to be held June 26,1912, and re
spectfully aolicit your support.
45 ROSE C. WAGNER
Political Advertising
For County Judge
To the Voters of Adams County:
I hereby announce that 1 am a candidate for
the Republican nomination to office of County
Judge, subject to the decision of the voters at the
Primary Election on June 2*, 1912, and respect
fully ask your support.
JACOB SONDERALL
Political Advertising
For States Attorney
lo the Voters of Adam^ County, N. D.
I hereby announce that 1 am a candidate for
the office of States Attorney of Adams county
North Dakota, on the republican ticket, and re
spectfully solicit your support at the primaries
°n Wednesday, June 26, 1912, pledginjf that if
nominated and re-elected. 1 will devote the same
careful attention in the future as in the past to
the duties of the ofttce, and give the people of the
county an honest and efficient enforcementof tbe
laweof the state.
Respectfully yours,
45
HENRY MOCK*
Political Advertising
For State Senator
I hereby announce myself a* a candidate for re
nomination as State Senator from the 49th Legis
lative District on the Republican ticket, subject
to the will of the voters of Adams and Hettinger
Counties at the primaries held June 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 conn littee from this coun
ty that nu such agreement exists, and having
only served one-half term lis Senator from this
District there are no apologies to make in asking
for an endorsement for a fall term.
I stand upon my record during the last session,
and respectfully solicit your support.
H. P. JACOBSEN,
Mott, M. n.
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 nominated 1
shall make every
honorable effort to be elected, and if elected it
shall be my highest aim to serve the people with
diligence and 7.eul.
I solicit the support and vote of my friends,
neighbors and fellow citizens, the men with whom
1 have labored band in hand for the upbuilding
of Adams county these five years or more.
EDMUND WARD.
Political Advertising.
For Representative.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate for
the office of Representative 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
iPrimarie* to be held June 26th. 1912.
1 homesteaded in Adams County In 1907 and
have ever contributed my timeand 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 fleeted,
pledge myself that I will always be ready and
willing to work for the* advancement of the best
interests of the District and will gfive my undi
vided attention to the duties of the office.
JACOB L. HJORT.
Reeder, N. Dak.
Political Advertising.
For State Representative, 49th
I)ist., 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 b»-g to assuie
the people of Adams mid Hct'inRer Counties,
that, if I 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
•specially on legislation in furtherance of agric
ulture and allied interests, rural schools, public
highways and all matters of benefit to rural soc
ial conditions.
1 res|ectfully ask the citizens of the 49th dist
rict to give my candidacy for legislative distinc
tion their kind consideration and endorsement at
the primary on June 26th.
11. .1. HTIN(iICR
Residence Sec. 31-130*92. P. 0.. Petrel, N. D.
PolHIeal Advertisin«
For Clerk of the District Court.
To the Voters of Adam:, County:
1 wish to announce that 1 am a candidate for
the Republican nomination for Clerk of the Dis
trict Court of Adams county, subject to the
wishes of the voters of the Primary Election
June ?6, 1912.
If nominated and elected I will give ti e
duties
of the office prompt and personal attention.
I respectfully solicit your support and vote.
HENRY M. SKAK1E
4» Sec. 19-130-95.
Political Advertisement.
For Sheriff of Adams County.
To the Voters of Adams 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 2tith, 1912.
HOMKK C. BERRY.
Notice for Publication.
Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at
Lemmon. S. D. May 15. 19i2.
Notice is hereby given that,Nordahle Anderson
of Paris, S. D.. who. on November 1, 1910, made
Homestead Entry, No. 1124041, for the Southwest
1-4. Section 12. Township 21. Range 17 E., B. H,
Meridian, has tiled notice ofintention tu make
final Commutation Proof, to establish claim to
the land above described before Registre and Re
ceiver of the LI S. Land Office, at Lemmon S. I).,
on the loth day of July 1912.
Claimant names as vt itnessc:-:
Emit Olson. Ralf I arson. N. P.Johnson, Hen
dry Olson, all of Paris P• O., S. D.
g.7 E. G. Coleman, Register
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior.!1. S Land Office at
I^emmon. South Dakota. May 15. 191^..
Notice iF hereby given that Gerhard J. Ander
son of Paris, South Dakota, who. on Nov. 1. 19lo,
made Homestead Application No, 024UM, for N k
1-4 Se 13. Twp, 21 N K*. 17 E.. R. H. Meridian,
has filed notice of intention make Final Com
mutation Projf to establish claim to the lard
ove He c»ibed. before Raster «nd Receiver.
United States Land office Lemmon, S I), on the
loth day of July. 1912.
Claimant names as witnesses'
Emil Olson. Kalf Larson. N. P. Johnson. Hendry
Olson, all of Paris P. O S, D.
6.7 E. (5. COLEMAN. Register.
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office
at Lemmon, S. D. June 5, 1912
Notice is hereby eiven that MaKioe S. Lee
of Thunder llawk, Sn Dak., who. on Nov. l*t.
1911
made Homestead i.ntrv. No. ll?lllk,for Lots
1. 2,'an.l E 1-2. NW '-I. Sec. It-. Twp. 22. Ratine
IK ti.. Meridian, ha« filed notice of intention
to mike Fin ll Commutation Pro to establish
claim to the land above described before Register
and Rpciver U. S. Land Office at Lemmon. S|D..
on the 17th day of July. 1912.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Walter Fero, Lynn Hacth. Lotfan Jones. Mr*.
Wilhelmine Vslnwright. all of Thunder Hawk.
g.7^' E. G. Coleman. Register.
STRAYED About April 1,
from Lemmon, Sorrt.1 marc, 8
yrs. old. wt. about 800. branded
'45 left hip. mane roached, white
stripe in face, one hind foot
white, scar in right hind ankle.
Please notify Dan Moore, Lem
mon, S. D.
Notice for Publication.
Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at
Ummon, S O. May 14. MU2.
Notice is hereby riven that LOGLN JONES
of Thunder Hawk, S. D., who on Sept, 2nd, 1910.
made homestead entry. No. .C*306, for the south
east 1-4 Section 12, Township &!, Rantre 17 K
B. H. Meridian, has tiled notice ol intention to
make Fwiai Commutation prooi to establish claim
to the lami above described, tielore Register and
Receiver, of the V. S. Land Oihce, at Lemmon,
S. P.. on the yth day of July, lv12.
Claimant names as
Robert Kubeck, Lynn B. Hatcn. Michael Schei
ber John Gumo, all of Thunder Hawk, S. L).
*•7 E t«. Coiemait. Kotftster
Notice for Publication.
Department of the Interior. U, S. Land Office at
i-emmon, South Dakota. May 22. l$12.
Notice is hereby tfiven that Josephus Yountf of
1 hunder Hawk, S. Li., who on Nov. 1, 1910, made
HumesU-au Entry dumber '24136, f'sr the S l-'Z
NW 1-4 and Lots 3-4. section 4, towri« Mp 129.
fran^ce yo W.. 5th Principal Meridian, hay
jiled notice of intention to make final Comrn ita
t«on Proof, to establish claim to the land abive
described before Register and Receive U. 8.
Lund Office, at Lemmon, South Dakota* o*. the
12th day of July. lyli!.
Claimant name? an witnessed:
II II Hill, lieorire Sworts, Emil Jahnei, Miri
Kunbel ail of Thunder Haw k. S. D.
6-7 E. (J. Coleman. Register
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office
at Ununun, S. 1). May 20. 1912.
Notice is hereby given that William Bauer
of. Thunderhawk, S
.Dak., who. on June 20, 1810,
made iiomesLead Lntry, iN umber 0221i3, for
Lots jS-11-12, Sec. 30 Twp. 130. Kange yo W., and
Lots 4-5.Sec.26, Twp. 130. Kange Hi West, &th
Principal Meridian, has filed notice of intention
to make Final Commutation i'roof to establish
claim to the land atxive described before Register
& Receiver, U.S. Lund Ortlce at Lemmon S. D.
on the 2nd day of July, lDlii.
Claimant names as witnesses:
William Wallace, of 1
hunder Hawk, S. D.
C. H. Alkire, uf Stowers, N. 1).
John S. Anderson, of Selrna, N. I)
Nick Kurt, of Lemmon. S. D.
5-24 E, G. Coleman, Register
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office
at Dickinson, fourth Dakota. May 4. 1912.
Notice ui hereby given that Mason B. Stowers,
of Stowens, N. D.. who on June2«. 19u6, made
Homestead Entrj No. 4854, Lemmon. S Serial
0,163, Serial oU'.-al, for S1-2NW 1-4 and N 1-2
SW I-4 Sectioi'29, Township 130 N, Kange 91 W.
5th Principal Meridian, has tiled notice of inten
tion to make Fwmi Five Year Proof to establish
claim to the land hIm-vi.- described, Ik-Tore Alf O.
Urowtt, Clerk of District Court at
N on the 22nd day of June 1912,
Claimant namen an witneK*ea:
Edwin Kirk, T. T. Jacobs,. Henry Taxley.
John tterfrertfon, all of Stow« i*. N. D.
£-17 Quinlivan Reiciatcr.
Notice of Foreclosure of Real
Lstate Mortgage.
Default liavmtf been made in the
conditions of a certain real estate
mortgage, made, executed and deliver
ed by Ma^dalena Volk, a single er
son. Mortgagor, to \V. K. Briggs ol
South St. 1'aul. Ramsej county,
Minnesota, Mortgagee, dated January
18th. A. IJ. IHlO. and duly tiled for
record iu the office of the Register of
Dee is in and for Perkins County
So.ith Dakota, on the 2()lh day of
January A. D. li10, at the hour of
Si-JO o'clock A. M, of said day. and
duly recorded in Book l!. of Mort
gages. at pages rt»i «.V (7 thereof, mort
gaging anil conveying the following
described real estate situate, lying
and being in Perkins County, South
Dakota, towif. The Northeast Quar
ter of Section Twenty six (2H). Town
ship Nineteen (19) North, of Kange
Fifteen (15) K. 15. II. M., containing
One Hundred Sixty (100) acres more
or less, according to the Government
survey thereof:
And Whereas default has been made
in the payment of the second interest
bearing coupon note secured by said
mortgage and by virtue of the terms
and conditions in said mortgage con
tained, tlie said mortgagee, \V K.
Briggs, has elected I o declare aiuUtas
declared the whole amount due and
payaide at once:
And Whereas, there is clainn to
be due at the date of tills notice tlie
sum of rive Hundred Thirty-six &
.'{•') 1MI Dollars, and no »vlion or pro
ceedings hnviug been instituted at law
or otherwise to recover the debt se
cured by said mortgage or any pan
thereof:
Now, Tht reform, Notice is hereby
given lhat by virtue of the pmur of
sale n said mortgage contained and
of tlie statutes in sucLi ca^e made and
provided, said mortgage will be fore
closed and the above described prop
erty will be sold at public auction to
tlie highest bidder by the Sheiill of
Perkins (Ount\. South Dakota, at
the front door of tL e Court House in
tLie Village of Bison in said County
of Perkins and State of South Dakota,
on the l-'ith day of July. \. D. HH2, at
the hour of one o'clock P. M. of said
(lay, to pay said mortgage delit. and
interest together with statutory at
torneys fees and the costs and dii
I bursement- allowed by law.
I VV. K. Hrigirs, Mortgagee.
Berry & Carrell, Lemmon, South
Dnkota. Attorneys tor Mortgagee.
Dated at T/'rnmon, South Dakota,
this ilst dav ot May. A D. 1012
John Anderson, Sheriff of Perkins
County. South Dakota.
[1st pub May 31 1912]
Notice ofForeclosure 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 State Bank
a Corporation of Meadow, South Da
kota, Mortgagee, dated October 1, A.
1). ltHO, and duly tiied for record in
the office of Register of Deeds in and
for Perkins County, South Dakota,
on the Oth da\ of (X'to ber. A. I». 1910.
at the hour of 4 .'{5 o'clock P. M. of
said dav, and duly recorded in Book
I'.i of mortgages on Page 411 thereof,
mortgaging and conveying the follow
ing described real estate situate, 1}
ing and being in 1'erkins County,
South Dakota, towit: The Kast Half
of the Southeast Quarter and the
South Half of the Northeast Uuarter
of Section Thirty-five (4-"), Township
Nineteen North ot Range Sixteen
(10) K. B- H. M. containing One
Hundred Sixty (100) acre*, according
to the Government survey thereof,
which said mortgage was, on the 1st
dc.v of May, A. D, I91J. duly trans
ferred and assigned by the Meadow
State Bank, a orporation of Mead
ow. SoutLi Dakota, lo VV. K. Briggs
of South St. Paul. Kamsev County.
Minnesota, by an instrument in writ
ing, dated May 1st A. 1912 which
•aid instrument wa» duly filed for re-
cord in the office of the Register of
Deeds in and for Perkins County.
Soutli Dakota, on the 2Jrd dav of
May, A. UH2, at *-40 o'clock A. M,
auu recorded 111 Book ,il ot Mort
gages. at page 1K9 thereof, which said
mortgage is junior to a mortgage tor
liie sum ot Aix liuiidi eti Dol
lars favor of VV. E. Briggs on the
above described premises:
And whereas, default having been
made in the payment of the first in
stallment dne on said note, and the
interest thereon, and by virtuie of the
terms and conditions in said mortgage
contained, Uie said Assignee ol said
Mortgagee has elected to declare
and has declared the whole amount
due and payable at once:
And whereas, there is claimed to be
due at tins dale of this notice the sutu
of Ninty six Dollars, priucipai
and interest and no action or pro
ceedings having been instituted at law
or otherwise U recover Uie debt se
cured by said mortgage or any part
thereof:
Now. Therefore. Notice is hereby
given tLiat by virtue of the power of
sale in said mortgage contained, and
of the statutes iu sucli case made and
provided, said Mortgage will be fore
closed and the above described pro
perty will lie sold, subiect to said
prior mortgage, at public auction to
the highest bidder by the Sheriff of
Pel kins County, .South Dakota, at
the front door of the Court Mouse in
the Village of Bison in said County
Perkins and State of South Dakota,
on the Uth day ol July, A. D. 11M2. at
the hour of one o'clock P. M. of said
day. to pay said mortgage dett and
interest together with statutory at
torney fees and the (osts and dis
bursements allowed law.
VV. K. Briggs Assignee of Mort
gagee
Kerry & Carrell, Tiemmon, South
Dakota, Attorneys for Assignee.
Dated this ,'tlst day of May, A. D.
1U12, at Lemmon, South Dakota,
John Anderson, Sheriff of Pefklns
County, South Dakota.
[1st pub Mav 31 1912]
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior, I!. S. l.aixi at
Lemnuji), S I). June 7, 1912
Notice ih heruliy trivial that KKKI) M-INSON.
of ThumirrHawk, S I), whooti Juiu* 13, 1910, ma'e
Hornest«*iui Kntry. No. u222» 2. for Lot* and
hI-2 n«'l-4, H»t 1. township 22. ra»K 17 K M.
has filed notice of intontion to muk« Kinal Coir
mutation Fr«»ol' to establish tlaiiti to the lam!
Hhove rlo.se ril'H'ii before Itogist* n»n! Receiver of
the U ti. Land Office hI liCrnnuin, S. I)., on the
2 nd day of July. 1912.
Claimant name* wilnenes:
H. A, Oers, C. G. ShnrtriciKe, T. I. Sims, Char
ier H. Kitt *l»on, all of Thunder Hawk, S. 1).
K. G. COLEMAN, Register
Notice for Publication
D«'partm«iit of the Interior. U S Land Otlice at
BiKTiiarek. N U May UU2
Not ire is hereby Riven thatCARLSKOCLUNI)
of Selmu, N. U who on June 19. 19- 7 made Honu
home«t*Md entry. No. Serial No nKvJhr.
Toineily Uminon, S. !. 0L'hi9. for NK l-.| See.
17 Townnhip i:«n. N.. Itaime mi, W., f»th Principal
Meridian has tiled notice of intention to make
Final live Year Proof to establish elaim lo tin
land above described before H. h. Simmons. II. S,
Commissioner, stSclnia N. I). on the22ndday of
July, 191?.
Claimant names as \vitne«aes:
Carl Peterson. Ben Swan*«»n. Walfr» Bon
ol\old, out E Skosrlund, all of Selma. N. D.
H-14 R.N.Stevens. Rceint.er.
Notice for Publication.
Department of the Interior, U. S. I.ami OAlice at
Dickinson, N D. June 7. JH12
Notice is reby viven that KMMA TAN»KN.
widow of Oiaf I. TanRen, of Stowers. N. f).. who
nr November 14. !!«»•. made H'»me^te tl Kntry,
No rtO.V). f^ernmon. So Dak. Ser N»» 07407. Sr*r.
ft 142 3. f«r SW 1 I, Sec. l\ Two. VAti N Kr. 9] W..
5th Meridian, has filed notice «»t intention to
make Ktnal Kiv Year Pro»f. t*» e^tablidi claim
to the land aUive descrilied. l»efore U Sim
mons, IT S Commissioner, at North I/etnnon,
Adams county. N. on the 20 day of July 191
Claimant names as wirnea e»:
John Rerfireraon, Stener, Larnon, Ole HaoRen
all of Stowers, N. D.
6-14 J. G. Quinlivan, Register
Notice for Publication
Department «f the Interior. V S. Lnn»! Office at
Dickinson. N D. June 7,1912
Notice is hereby Riven thai Charles Hannah
'»f St wts, N who on Septcemtx-r 19oi
made Homestead Kntry. No. 5770 Lrn m»n. S D,
S^r oyj .vsei No. 011145 for N E 1-4 Sect „.r
'*1. Township 1'50 N, RaiiRe HI VV. 5th Meri'Man
has filed notice of intention to make final i
Year Proof, to establish lain* lo the laiid abov
deserilird. before Simmons. U S
Conmi-.,
toner. North Lemmon Adam1- rountv.N I, on the
20th dav of July. 1912.
Claimant names a-^ witnepaes:
William Pribb»»r?iow. Iver Fe*ie both of Stowers,
N. !.. Kred Hannah, "f Pe1r?l. N, Vil. Mot
achenbachtsr, of Stowers, N I.
6-14 ti'iinhvan. Roister
Notice for Publication.
Department of l,lnC'iiir l1 S. l.unH iffU-e at
Lemmon, .Smith Uakftu. Anr'l II, t*»l
Nutiie lii icbv tlmt H-iri K Sn.i'li,
of Thunder Hawk. S 1) wh», -n Mmch 14. 1911.
mad' Homestead Entr N'29"3, cr. "234/,'i
ioi Li'siA anJ E 12 K 1-4 Sect u-n 7 Twp,
22 N RatiK* 17 E B. H. Meridian. h:t. lilnl
rotti-e 'il inler'tiori tu make fiital Corii'n:lutii
I'ro"f. to e^tel Imh cli.int the lund tt
sr-ril eH, bef.r, Regi t«r mi 1,'eceiv j, S Laid
Offii e at l,er n. SH. ls*V cn the y-tli (!,y ,f
July. mm.
Claimant fames a." witnfet.:ee:
Cyrill Ma/..ich k. Edw. Knudtnon, J. Bier, of
I'hui der Haw k. S. D. and (ieo. Walak, of Led
n S D.
6-81 E G. Coleman. Register
Notice for Publication
Diptrtment of th^ I iterior, U S LmdOtfue
at Di'^kinaon, N-rth Dakota. Ju..e 15. 191^.
Notic i hereby ^'iven that V*d Wirtans,widow
ELMKU WJNANS t*i I^ it mn on, D. who
0 t'ber 9, 19(H »nade Hun e l^.i! Ei.tr% N *1247,
-mii on, S. I). Ser. 073.'6. Sei No. '14195 i NK
1 4 Sec :u Twp 129 N IUm^S'''W th Principal
Meri ii'-n ha-fiUfl n tic»» uf intention to neii
Kin,11 Kive Y« «r *pf to e-»abli«h claim i
the l»n«l abovi des«'j ibe i before Simmon
l* S Cornmiti ioner at North Lemmon, N on
the 27th day of July, 1912.
Claimant n im*s a wtne, e
Leon A. Potter, A. K. Schaal. Thomas H. He*th,
Emil F. Salzsieder. all of Lemrnoit. S D.
6-21 J. G. Quinlivan. ReRiater.
Notice for Publication
iMpartment of th* Interior, U.S. Lai.ii OHUe
D:ckin-on, N U. June 17,
:v »tice U hereby jriven that bMKKY l.ANK.
of Lemmon S« Lak., who on Jan. 17. iyo7. rnaie
Hon. -stean Kotr.\. N'o 7475, I^einrnoit S D. Ser.
"7477, rial 0H324, for .1-2 NF 1-4 ami Wl-2 NK
I I, .Sec tJ .o. if,. Town*hip \WK Noi th. KMnse ^2.
We.-,t r»tf. Priru-ipMl M« rinian ha fd rmtire ui
int'.ttioo Fin 1 K»vr Ye:.i pro-f l' e.
taLlish lairn t«» the laito ainiv« tSt^M'riho*! b»*fore
Simin jn.n U. S. Oom «n.s» -»nrir it North Lem
rao i, A Uoid C«.,N \)uu th- aist day of July.
1912.
Claimant nunes a« witries»e^
Roy C. Nifr.bar, Noble K. Rounds, John S. Hea
ton. of Lemrron, S. D.. Jo^eihC Waaoner. of
Stowers. N. D.
••21 J. Cliiinlivan. Reirtator.
Smith's opera house is a fine,
larffe huilfJitig and can he u-ed
f*»r a great many purposes: it is
for rent or sale. Inquire of Oscar
N. Sampson, Lemmon.
GOVERNOR HADLEY.
Roosevelt'* Floor Manager
Fighting Hard for Colonel.
GOMPERS DRAFTS PLANKS
Labor Leader Hopea to 8ubmlt Tham
to Convention Committee.
OliteaRo, .lime 2'. Sauiii"! (ioinperi
president, and John R. Lfnnon, tress
urer, of the American Federation ot
I/nbor. arrived in Chicago and inune
diately b»^an formulation of planka
whlrh they will Hiitinilt to the propei
committer for Insertion in tbe Repub
lican platform.
Although Mr. Oonipers said he would
not discuss the proposed planka unlit
they had bopn submitted It was said
relief would be asked from rertHin
provisions of the anti trust law, and
thp curbing of the power of federal
Judges in the issuance of Injunctions
In labor disputes It was also said
that prohibition would be asked on the
sh ipmcnt of prison made goods from
one state to another.
"1 do not know when or where, or lf
we will be given a hearing," said Mr.
C,omprs. "All I know Is that we will
do our best to wind up our misalon
here as soon as possible and then go
to Baltimore to present the same re
quests to the Democratic convention."
HADLEY TALKED OF
AS A DARK HORSE
Missmrf Governor Popular Idol
of the Convention.
Chicago, June 20.—The popular idol
of this convention. If It can he said to
have one. Is (iovernor Herbert Hartley
of Missouri. If a deadlock for the!
presidency ensues as a result of the
first roll call Hadley is likely to be
come the most prominent dark horse
In the race. The Taft people like him,
although he Is one of the progres
sivfs. One reason why thp national
committee seated Hadley and arrived
at a compromise in thp Missouri coa
test was his personal popularity and
influence with its members.
So far as the delegates go Hadley
haes been getting more applause In the
convention than any other man. The
galleries have singled him out as their
If the first ballot should fail to nom
inate Taft the supporters of the presi
dent will get together to pick a third
candidate. They are talking about:
Hadley whenever they stop to con-,
slder this feature of the situation.
ATTACK ON LLOYD-GEORGE
Militant Suffragettes Knock Off Chan
cellor's Silk Hat. i
London, June 20.—A severe attack
on David Lloyd-George, chancellor of
the exchequer, was made by a small!
band of suffragettes outside of Cax-1
ton hall, in the Westminster district,'
bul beyond knocking off the chancel
lor's silk hat the women did no dam
age. A number of detectives who
were following the minister seized and
held the militant suffragettes while
Mr. Lloyd-George jumped Into a t"vI
cab and drove off. The *«mn wen
then released.
1
Texas Legislator Ends Life.
El Paso. Tex.. June 20.—'VV 'inm
McGowu, a prominent attorney of this
city and representative in th^ legisla
ture from El i'aso county, committed
suicide at his home in this city by
shooting himself through the head
with
ft
pistol. No cause, beyond 111
iMftitii, is kno'-vn for his action.
R. R. Passenger Time Taou
Chicago. Milniukt'- «nd I'ugcl Souiiil k«a
v*v at Lfcweee,
i «8T BOV'MU
No. .. (Maui 9
No. W my Freight 2
No. lti Olympian
N«». is «'olumhl«n
v
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wkst i ,\u
No. 3 (Mail) 2:
No. Way Kr*i Klu
No. 15 Olympian 12
No, 17 Columbian 1
F. C.
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Reservation* for
l(
madf
hm
mtn
Totten
PflYSlClAIS and ROK)
DiseHM- ol tlu' Kht. Noif ttmi
Throat a specialty. titt«'«l.
Lemmon,
Mtcomhc! Phairoacif
S.
I).
C. B. STRANl.
Physician and Surgeon
Rooms First National Hank Hlk.
Front Suite
Lemmon, S. ia»
Dr. 0. W. Phelps
Physician and Surgeon
County Physician for Tenuis*
t'ounty.
at Red Croi* Diu^' Mui*
Will attend 'alls day or mux
b.Jt.eilis.D.D.V.
E N I S i
Office, Front Suite, Williams lilt
One Dooi South of Pott
LEMMON, H. .•
T. 0. Sandbo, M. 1^
riiyhician and Suikcoji
fHcea,
Main Sin-el, opim-ito
H',ate Itnuk
LKMMON, 8. DM
Ray J. Murphv
LAWYth
1'iHciice liefoiv I S I hihI
all Statf iiurU
Office over Maiombcr'.s Drug Si
LEMMON S. U
Albert E. Yajror
2lttoriitfV dt tow.
liHItti MtttftTK V I n
tiro It. fi.r«* nil l,ainl «(tit
Notary I'uMic. iM Mt in,
l/n
L. P. McNl
a w y e
Special AtU-ntiou fci\rn lo I .%
Lund )lli»o l'i» tne.
OF HO. A
I
UROWN
BKOV
I.and 'din Hinl iri|
J.F. Paul Gross
1
pet and are loud in their acclamation
when he speaks The young governori
of Missouri has a fine presence, an ex
cellent voice and a fori eful style of
oratory. While Henev and Johnson of
California and Klinn of Pennsylvania
were making threats and shaking
their fists at the delegates Hadley k^pt
his head, never lost his tetnpor and
argued effectively while others shout- i
ed. Thus far he stands head and
shoulders above any other man in the
convention so far as popular acclaim
Is concerned
Ro ary Put ll
North libmiMiiii North u tu
W. F.
Lawyer
I'l 1 If! I" f' -I e ,"«»! .. I I ,1
III! ll-i ttilU I lllllU StHt 1 l.clilU I 'll.lt
Lemmon, S. D.
Try Our Baths
and Laundry at
City Barber Shop
H. H. POME ROY
l'UACTICAL ALCJIO.Mi-i.it
See Or Write Mr
ixitinioii, South Dakota
H0TE
The Minneapolis Dollar-Hotel
?oo modfrn room^
Located in Hurt ot Dwlfi-it
$1 ..12
S I N O I A $ 1
cuhopi an.
cowi ETC ^arrtr
AUTOMATIC SIT
AND FlRCPFtOOr r-NFTRiJC'i'l
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