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Managers of Braugbt Investmeot Co. Lands Bought and Sold Kkal Kstatk Loans od com mutation proofs at lowest rates of interest. No delays. Money '•rj baud at all times. V S. Laad Olflcc Building Unmon, South Dakota |l SIS urt ll TTgTn(r=F»r llrfy Land Office Business transacted Filings. Contest* and Proofs. Isolated Tracts and Script. Ray W. Conklin I L.EMMON. S. D. RtLAL. L-jlArt I A N LOANS. office: Five Doors North of t'litraiu'" to C. S. I,:md llieo Dr. J. T. Layne i I S Graduate I Minnesota State University Office over First National Bank LEMMON, S. D. An Artistic Photograph rtistic in Conception, in Light and Sharde effects, in Finish and Mounting is the Kind of Photograph You will get at the Miller Art Studio Main Street, West Side LEMMON, S. D. i MILLINERY I Door North of Sumelson's HIlMV. French and Dry Cleaning Work and Prices to suit Customers Mrs. May Taylor. Mir.s Steel Public Stenographer Lessonyln Shorthand ana Typewriting1 Room 12, Land Office Building1 S. N. Rraden Undertaker and Licensed— -•Embalmer Submit Your Building Plans Building Contractor General Contractor in Frame, Concrete, Brick and Stone Construction. Plans Drawn'and Specifica tions Furnished. Box 382, Lemmon, S. D. Ci V. wjr I- I vminoc =1 UPROAR DURING CONTEST DERATE Chairman Root Kept BUSK Main taining Order in Republic an Convsniiofl. HEMENWAY DENOUNCES PITTSBURG LEADER Attack on Senaior Will iam Flinn. Chicago, June 20.—Start!n* «s peacefully «8 a til&h school debate tile day's session of the national Republic an convention was transformed into a hpwling bedlam of yelling partisan#, within an hour of the beginning of ft three-hour debate upon Governor Had ley's motion to exclude from the con vention ninety-two of the delegates who had bfen given their Beats by tho national committee over the protests of the Roosevelt men In the contest hearings. By agreement the speakers were to alternate for the entire three hours and the delegates settled themselves down to listen to a calm flow of ora tory. All went well for some minutes, al though from time to time the Taft sup porters drew Ironical remarks from i he Uooeevelt men in the hall and oace or twi, a Chairman Root was forced to caution them. The fireworks came when former Senator James A. Henienway of In diana arose to continue the argument on behalf of retaining the delegates seated by the committee. He got into deep water at once and suddenly a delegate from Pennsylva nia shouted at him: "How about Penrose?" "Better a thousand times Penrose than Flinn," flashed back Hemenway and the Pennsvlvanlans seemed to all go insane at once. Jumping to their SENATOR PENROSE. chairs they brandished their fiats and shouted jeers and taunts at the speak er. Their excitement communicated itself to other delegates and soon the whole hall was one vast volume of sound. In the midst of It all Flinn arose from his seat and seemed to be about to make a rush for the platform. At this ("harman Hoot took a hand in the oi eeuings and getting a hearing he insisted upon the delegates restraining their feelings. Flinn made a point of order, but was overruled and forced back into hla seat. Half an hour later, during G. L. Record's speech, a war of heated words broke out in the Indiana dele gation. The lie passed between Cap tain \V. E. English and W. H. Dye. Great confusion followed. Mayor Shanks of Indianapolis said Record was a liar. "He can get a scrap out of me if h« wants to," he said, I to F. W. ECKER PREPARES TO STAY IN FIGHT Roosevelt Headquarters in New York to Remain Open. New York, June 20.—It is announced here that the Roosevelt headquarters on the twenty-fourth floor of the Met ropolitan Tower will remain open con tinuously until after the November election. Judge Charles H. DueJI, chief of the New York Roosevelt lead ers, is in Chicago, but he haB left a small office force behind to attend to routine business. Governor Wilson's headquarters at 42 Broad way were officially closed and W. ick, who has been in charge, left for Baltimore with his whole office force. The Harmon headquarters here have been closed since last Saturday, being transferred to the convention city. The Clark and Underwood forces have departed also. soring a sudden setDK*. 1 MAYOR GAYNOR. Frlerd# Will Push Him for the Democratic Nomination. by A tnei TO PRESENT GAYNOR'S NAME Hla Friend* Ready to Push Hla Boom at Baltimore. New York, June 20.—Mayor Gay nor's name, unless he himself should absolutely forbid, is to be presented to the Baltimore convention as a candi date for the Democratic presidential nomination. For several weeks New York Demo crats have been working ia his inter est. They have banded themselves to gether under the name of the Demo cratic Association of New York for Gaynor for President. TWO FRENCHMEN Dt! IN MIDAIR COLLISION Army Biplanes Crash With Ter rific Force. Doual, France, June 20.—Captain Dubois and Lieutenant Albert Peig1 nan, both officers In the French army and trained airmen, were killed when ti e biplanes they were piloting round the military flying ground collided with terrific force in midair. The two officers, who were cIos9 friends, were unable to perceive each, other while flying through the early morning haze when they started prac ticing soon after daybreak. In mak ing a curve their .nachlnes collided with an awful Impact, the wire stay* and canvas wings became interlocked, and the two hi planes crashed to tlio ground. Bubonic Plague 'in Porto Rico. San Juan, P. R„ June 20—Five deaths, which have occurred since Fri day last in the vicinity of San Juan, have been diagnosed by the Insular board of health as cases of bubonic plague. Seven suspects have been con fined and placed under observation. GRAIN AND PROVISION PRICES Duluth Wheat and Flax. Duluth, June 18 —Wheat—To arrive and on track—No. 1 hard, 1.18*4: No. 1 Northern, $1.12Vi No. 2 Northern, $1.0914 iff 1.10^4 July, $1,1114 Sept, $1.05. Flax—On track aftt to arrive, $2.30 Sept., $2.09. South St. Paul Live Stock. South St. Paul, June M— Cattle— Steers, $5.75® 8.60 cows and heifers, $3.75(37.50 calves, $4.50®7.r0 feed ers, $firstname.lastname@example.org. Hogs—$6.90W7 an Sheep—Lambs, $email@example.com wethers, $4.00(34.75 ewes, |1.00®4.00 west stuff, $firstname.lastname@example.org. Chicago Grain and Provisions. Chicago, June 19.—Wheat—July, $1.06^2 Sept., $1j04%®1.0414 Dec., $1.05^4. Com—July, 72^ic Sept., 71%c Dec., 624'c. Oats—July, 48% ft 4ST'gC Sept., 40^c Dec.. 41Vio. Pork—July, $18.59 Sept., $18.80. But ter—Creameries, 23^25c. Eggs—15V4 @17i^c. Poultry—Turkeys, 12c chick •ns, 12c springs, 25© 30c. Chicago Live Stock. Chicago, June 19— Cattke— Be«v«a, $6.1009.40 Texas steers, $B.email@example.com Western steer.*, $firstname.lastname@example.org* stockers and feeders, $4.25a6.65 cows and heifers, $email@example.com calves, $5.50©8. 50. Hogs—'Light, $6.9O07.9O mixed, $6.95(57.30 heavy, $firstname.lastname@example.org rough, |email@example.comQ pigs, $5.10(®8.75. Sheep Native, $3.15®5.10 yearlings, $4.7B® 7.00 lambs, $firstname.lastname@example.org Minneapolis Grain. Minneapolis, June 19.—Wheat—July, $email@example.com)1/8 Sept., $1.04Ms Dec., $1.04%. Cash close on track: No. 1 hard, $1.13 No. 1 Northern, $l.|2\4(^ 1.12 to arrive, $1.12% No. 2 North ern, $1.10% @1.11 to arrive, $1^10% @1.11 No. 3 Northern, $l.OySl.09H No. 3 yellow corn, 70®71c Ncn. 4 corn, 69@03c No. 3 white oats, 50* to ar rive. 49Vfec No. 3 oats, 47,%@49c barley, C0c@fl.0fi flay, f2.25j to ar. rive, $2.25. Cook Locals. Can't complain of lack of rain here at Cook. June grass is maturing- and farmers will soon begin cutting on a small scale. Willis Markland is around talking bail insurance with the farmer*. Alfred Olson is at Valley City hav ing an operation preformed for ap pendicitus. School meet d? was posponed unfc 1 Thursday evening because of the rain Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Nels-O. Broten, tf Liberty, were Sunday callers In the neighborhood. Mrs P, W. Schuessler and son Lincoln who have been staying at Lemmon the past week or two arc back in the vicinity. Mrs. Will Hawley and children cal ed on Mrs. Kroneman Thursday. W. E. Pannett, who is operating Mr. Coulter's steam plowing outfit north east of here, spent Sunday on iiis claim. Mr. Pannett is working on the night shift. The gospel services Sunday were fairly well attended. There will be services held every Sunday afternoon. Everyone is welcome. Rain has greatly detered the sowing of liax, however John Otlegaard says, he will continue until July 1st. Hop to it John there are many wit!) you. Mr. and Mrs" O. P. Roed and daugh ter Hilda made a neighborly call at the John Olson home Saturday. Theo. Bow had a gang of men oat Thursday digging out the coyote, but the old animal had so wisely selected her den thai this time she had the Bow gang outwitted. John Stubrued is busy working for the Kinley Bros, at Chandler. Candidates are around in the vicinity thick and numerous. We hail with enthusiasm the'or ganization of the Adams Cotfnty Development League. The farmer* in the Cook neighborhood will certain Jy co-operate in any healthy project. Chas. Merry had business with O. 1'. Roed one day last week. Pleasantridge. The fari&T- of tirs \icn.tv are just a o u o u s i n s w o k a n e crops are looking fine. Andrew Anderson made a trip tn Lemmon last week. Frank Ziminer, from Lemmon, was riding aroun 1 this country in bf.arcL of estrayed horses, a few days ago. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Smoloisky were shopping in Pleasantridge Saturday. Mrs. Jfessie Ridenour. from Breck enridge, visited at Reed's place Sun day. Ed Crow has been shearing his sheep this last week, Miss Sadie Read was assisting with the house work during the absence of his wife. Quite a number of people gathered at Pleasantridge Sunday to seo the i all game. The Base Ball boys of Cole matched the team at Pleasantridge Sunday, but went away disappointed. The score was 9 t© 12 in favor of the home players. Elerv Uugg who has been parking on a steam rig near Lemmon returned Saturday. Liberty. Quite a miiuiM i ii i in our north ter ritory attended the Old Settlers picnic at riently Saturday. T. J. Divers and B. W. Miner are having a good deal of gronnd plowed for flax this year. John F. Coulter is breaking south of Liberty witf* two gasoMne traction outfits. Fraak Koehel, the road supervisor, commenced work on the roaas tins week. D. M. Andre moved the Swick house out to his place this week. Be intends to use it for a barn. Sam E. Hubbard, of Sheep Creek neighborhood, is putting in flax on his farm here this week. Preparations are now being made for an Old Folks Day at the Runkle school house, July 14. A special program will be given including a sermon in the forenoon and one in the afternoon. Those in charge announce that all are welcome to this meeting. Ladies are requesteU to bring refresh ments. DINNING ROOM GIRL and LAUNDRESS wanted immedi ately nice place to work wages $5 per week will pay fare from your town. Address or call up per long distance: Commercial Hotel, Reeder. To LEMMON, at all time. srA"jf s°s DESORtPTKtNi BEGIN EARLY Hid Your Farm of the Destructive GOPHER Get busy before vegetation gets for adva enl the GOPHERS are now hungry and will eat the ba more readily. Rid your farm of the pests now before tl before the breeding season begins. One gopher kill* now means at least ten to kill a few weeks later Use STRYCHNINE, it is the 00 Ji'^teslnnit lini-u w A S I A K E S I Ur ?ialivelyf"balul ,l :I y cheapest and best GOPHER killer on the market.' W# offer strychnine in oz. vials 25c. 1 Macomber & Co. Seed Headquarters The Martens Feed Joe Martens, Manager We carry Kaffer Corn, Cane Corn, Bromus Inermis, Timothy, Mil let, Alfalfa—all reliable seed of approved Test. Give us a call and inspcct our seed. Seed, Feed, Hay, Grain, Etc., on THE MARTENS FEED STORE Nesbitt's Old Stand East of 10c IVed I'wci! Dakota Mutual Lite Insurance Comply. VVAlLRIOVViS SO. DAK. Dear Reader: You most likely believe in fire insurance and in n other kinds of protection such as having a supply of fue: v hand in the winter time a supply of provisions and a little s. plus of money within your reach, with which to buy anyth that you might need. This is all forethought or protect Now, is not Life the most precious of all human possessii the most indispensable element of a business career? The bankru| today may next year be on his feet again, busy and thrifty as v he lives: but Death is the one interruption to an active career whir inevitably final. And Death strikes wherever he will, often spa the decrepit and debilitated to smi'e the sturdy and vigorous. Tlv fore, with these uncertainties before you ami life being the most v able of all insurables—Why not insure it? oz. vials Si. U I S S South L'ciki hand Yours truly, J. L. VAUGHAN, Agent Director Branch Office Lemmon, 5. f) ^NTED-A RIDER AGENT mo »TP »an district torvlo and exhibit a sample Latest Model ''lo l» furnihtMl by us. Our atfrntsovory where arc making tnuularmnil ifttwl ofrr at unit. ,T "SQUIRED until you m-iivo ami npprnvo of your bicycle. e ship to auycini? anywiicrc iti I In- TT S v th,.ut a ftntdtfni* \a.i i'™ 'ami allow TEN DAYS' FREE TRIAL duriiyf winch time you may ride tin* bicycle and put It to uin- tot. you wish. n,r0 V.",'n ',lot perfccily sati-fi. ,i or do not v'Mi to Keep the tou!aloiu-«'\iH:ii.-,()ai,d«u 00 H0T Buv a 1Vl 'VOUWILL BEASTOiilSHEn bl°icles 7^e nat w o e S e e a i n ,, tlO.OOtrr *air. k„t tr. !„«„./ A* J—JJ 111« "S5!irEltOIBLEF,,0M junctures A hundred thou'a® "p.^rs 4'™"' Ti j^ IS nrf vv riding very durable nnd lined inside w ii u a special iuality of rut)tx'r, which never 1" comes porous mid which closes tip small n jowintf the air to escai BtatWthTf thef^i letters from satisfi. ti custoi,,, «atth?lr,,ir shaveonly l»eeni)uuii*d up onco ortwU e in a whole season. They weitrh 110 more than ??"ndl,n?rytirt1f11.0'm"et nre resisting ni:i lilies txinc «i7'P.nl-y.several layers of thin, glacially prennrej is S10 m'V. nil" TJ10 rr(?"'",r lilQdBOf llr*«at»bcmthftIftb©U8Ua'rric DO NOT r)rlco jf these tires pnrnoses wo are m.'iY^'V#"US'oraavertisii!* pnrnoses wo are SASY RIDING. day VeUer ^e Md^c'o'' i!cr °fapproval.» •Mler. run farter. T»A" "nf.'rl.'n, i,: 'uur ol tb.-xe tim. yc.i will tin.l that th. will rite We know th«tyon wm t*. wen pi~.fr^ WW NEED Tlf%£Si?11 price quoted above* w/l»7i trout »»(«(. FACTORY PRICES the highest un,,1» hk-ylcs it is lt possible to m:tku at one small prolit uIkjv© in Vr 'r,',fo,rV save $10 to f.»5middlemen's prolits by buy I) iV.1?- i1 Uil tJ,° niaiiufacturer's sruarantee behind your li, i,', "/o l'i -l"or a pair of tiros from anWnt at *», 11 'fin s and learn our unheard of facurj BICYCLE DlALiiV e iiy otber factorr. uar«8&t1*ne<i with 11.00 profit above factory cwt. Order* him Iheday re-t'lvid. our o„r -a.»ior„0 umier your own Ii«niepl»te atdouble our prices. regularly band'ocwrond hand IiIctcIm. but usually have ,u "r"»«,u,rat^ i o e o e a i n s a n a a a s e a i s a n V Of ail kinds at haift/u: rtyulav rrtail •%. I e e o o n v e- o o $ 8 i e s 4 Notiea the thick mbb«rlr*al A"and puncturastrips "B and "D"also rim ttrip H" to pr«v«nt rim cutting. This tire will outlast any oth.r maho—SOFT, ELASTIC and °",yil80 ¥r rvwivea. We sldp C. o I), on Vou do not lioni fcitrii'flTr a kf hav-e examinea and'found tiieni strictly i»s Wtil*!iow*Mah .rH.1iVfles^ntwi senren. A1' e'tban.uv1!n j™toj«d ^rt^ordcr.t«££ti,^^^"4or!'r!JCle1°U «,ve huyany orvrltArornun k: '"'••1"" shipped^same j* ay «. cent until you I tly as represented. tueretiy maL inje tho lri«x#4.S# per pair") !f vou wnd FOUL CABM -uu ru» no risk 1q pen«linif u.* an ord as tlic t*•* may be icvare lint fat^ra.-tpy rn examirti "M. Wearei«t'rff'tly n'iutbte yen l.mecri ru«. nrwwuttri rn-e Jrooronler* btiiidiTrt'wUUoguowliicJti describesaiid 8 Itoolyortaa pwUl to leant ever?thm". *Writl it iioA"" W kimi ut atjv price until vou wnd for ft palrof TTwijrethoni Tt, t'lVHon *ppr.\al atid trial at tie hptMial lutn«luott)ry quutva *U m*kee and today, DO NOT THINK OPeUVINC M.'vclo or a pair of know tllB Iuw "»i J. L. HEAR CYCLE COMPANY, CHICAGO, ILL. r: t-»-«,remaking.