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I.ji'i.'N ho-iS/T.t So id KKAJ- ESTATE IMXS on com mutation proofs at lowest rau-f i mu»re*t. No delays. Mone.v «n hand at ail times I S. lud Off tee f.ftnmon, Sooth '~S=!)Jrs=& Land Office Business transacted Filings. Conteitt and Proof*. (•olated Tract* and Script Ray W. Conklin LEMMON. S. D. I REAL ESTATE AND LOANS Pm boor- Nnvtl. »n' t* U. S. ''"1m Dr. J. T. LEMMON, S. D. An Artistic Photograph A '.it i tK-'-ption, in Lljfht an3 -h:i i- -iT.cu, in Finish and Moui tiii/ is the Kind of Photograph You will get at the Miller Art Studio Muin Street, West Side LEMMON, S, D. MILLINERY I !)•. J! North of S tin'! son'a Stor* I i French and Dry Cleaning W'c and Prices it Customer# *vlrs. May Taylor. f' "Hlr-b Pow*." Repeating 11 ft.i'e No. 425. I trvi •-J-.-IJ-30-.32 and K'TII. fancy KTiides. Ask your Semi for handsome, KiIt- (...l.U'.tr, I. STEVEMS ARMS & TOOL COMPANY, I'. O. Ji, 5004 CMICOPEE FALLS, MASSACHUSETTS In the Matter. Layne E N I S Graduate Hinnesota State University Office over First National Bank BHJ GAME I NTERS* FIRST Choice liig enough thc bifweat game of North America. STEVENS rlie e $20.00 .35 calibers 'it Auto (art u ith t,ji]n jirinu i SURE FIRE NO BALK NO JAMS Our "High Power" Kiflrs al it tar n i s e i n The CummingH Fly Shield pro tects your horses a id saves you from 'trouble and danger. For Hale at lioehn's Harness Shop. Hotel For Rent To responsible party who un derstands and will take good care of business and property, is for tent. A new and up-to-date Jurnished hot»*l in new town on main line of the C. M. & St. P. Ky. Only hotel and boarding house in town, having a tine rancient trade besides at present from 1 •.) to 20 star borders. Rea son tor renting, owner has to go on claim. V\rite for terms etc., to this office. FARM LOANS, Farm Loans Always. Quick service. Oscar Sampson, Lemmon. fT"™-"*~1COLONEL WOULD WILL APPEAL INFANTRY SENT I Thinks Senator Is Not Ea= titled to His Seat I Roosevelt Quote* from Peinsyhra nian'« Own Tertinnony Before Senate Committee a* Proof of Hi* Pontien Oyster Bay, N. Y„ Aug. 2a.—Comper ing the testimony before the senate ommittee which is investigating cam ••'iign expenditures with the conditions ili'iowd in New York by the police nve.-tigation Colonel Roosevelt de ared thai Senator Penrose, on his wn testimony, should be expelled OK the senate. Colonfi Roosevelt has taken this position, he said, is the letter to Sena tor Ciapp. chairman of the senate 'ommittee, which he is prewiring. The colonel baw*d this statement ffom what purported to be an extract from Mr. Penrose's testimony before the senate committee to the effect that he had advised John D. Arch bold of the Standard Oil company to make a second contribution to the 1904 cam paign fund, lest the company encoun ter difficulties in certain quarters. Colonel Roosevelt said that in his opinion this was an offer of protec tion from the government in return for a contribution and that It did not difTer essentially from the sale of police protection in New York. The real fight in the coming cam paign, Colonel Rooseve't declared, would be between him«#lf and Gov ernor Wilson. He expressed the be lief that President Taft's supporters did not expect to elect him. KELLOGG TALKS TO LAWYERS Sees Worldwide Movement Toward Liberal Democracy. Milwaukee, Aug. 29.—Frank B. Kel logg of St. Paul, the noted "trust bus ter," spoke to a large gathering of rep resentative lawyers at the day's ses slon of the American Bar as-sociation on the subject "New Nationalism." "There is a world movement to lib era) democracy. More and more he individual is rising in the scale of im portance and participating in public affairs. The new conception of gov ernment is bursting the bonds of tra ditional forms and sweeping away many cherished ideals. Its cause know not. It* ultimate goal we but dimly see." With this preface Mr. Kellogg made an addre^-s which outlined legislation t- nding to greater control of industrial and commercial institutions regula tions affecting labor and the moral and physical wellb'lng of the people, and showed that all of these changes, though at times difficult to understand, arc evidences of the struggle of hu manity toward a higher civilisation. SEVERE STORM IN WISCONSIN Considerable Damage Report** at Various Points. New Richmond, Wis., Aug. 29.—The cyclone which swept through the vil l.'ige of Spooner is reported to have jst no lives, all damage there being '•onfined to property. Washouts are reported throughout Northwest Wia ''Otisin and the storm caused much havoc at many places. Among the reports received is one horn Rice ijike, where a portion of business district was destroyed At Roardman the railway station was -'ruck and damaged slightly. At Spooner railway buildings were Mown down, one business block de stroyed and two residences wrecked. 1 he rainfall everywhere was terrific, nearly two inches falling in an hour and a half. Advices from Shell Lake tell of damage to many buildings there, but no loss of life. Railroad stations seemed to be the particular targets of the storm, as seven were destroyed in various parts of the storm district. RESCUE CAPTAIN AND CREW Steamer Julia Larson I* Wrecked Near Thunder Bay. Detroit. Mich Aug 29.—Word was received here of the thrilling rescue by Thunder Bay Island lifesavers of the captain and live sailors compos ing the crew of the schooner Julia (.arson. The schooner was wrecked on a ledge c*f rock in a storm and probably will be a total loss. The boat •was bound from Spanish River to Sarnia. Ont, with a cargo of lumber, which may be sawed she *as seventy-two feet long and owned by M. Kindy of .'Ciagara Falls, Oni Borden Meiets Suffragettes. London. Au^. 29.—The Canadian, premier. Robert L. Borden, wher. he faced the suffragettes for the first, time took a firm stand He told thorn very emphatically h£ had no power or intention to introduce a general meas ure of suffrage for women in the tin minion of Canada and that no thica s Of the Employment of militant meth ods would have any influence -on him. jj EXPEL PENROSE TO THE HAGUE TO NICARAGUA Ireat Britain Reviews Pro* test gainst Canal Bill. AN OFFER OF PROTECTION BER ATTITUDE UNCHANGED IS NOW ON CANAL ZONf Department Informal that Washington. Aug. 29 —Great Brit.iir. has reaffirmed its protest against the Panama canal bilL In a note filed with the state department by A Mitchell Innes, charge of the Britfeh embassy here, it was stated that it a satisfactory agreement could not Le reached Great Britain would appeal to The Haiue tribunal for arbitration. The note just submitted says Great Britain will give careful consideration to both the bill and the message I*res Ment Taft sent to congress relating to discrimination in favor Of American coastwise shipping. If. after due con sideration. it is found that no satis factory agreement can be reached in the matter Great Britain declares that it win be necessary to appeal to arbi tration. Mr. Innes was instructed by his gov ernment to file the protest. It is a brief note, stating merely that Great Britain still stands in her previously explained attitude in regard to the Panama bill. The tone of the aota' makes it appear that Great Britain believes it will be necessary to sub mit the question to arbitration- One state department official de clared he did not believe Great Brit ain had a case to carry before The Ha^rue tribunal. Senators Root, Ixxlge and other senators are on record as declaring that th» United States would certainly lose should the cas« b« re ferred to The Hague. MICHIGAN PRIMARY RESULTS Musselman Wins Republican Nomina tion for Governor, Detroit, Aug. 29.—Results thus far received from the statewide primaries Indicate that Amos P. Musselman of Grand Rapids has defeated Fred Martindale by several thousand vote? for the Republican nomination for governor. I MAYOR THOMPSON. J. Jeffries for the mayoralty prefe enc-e in Detroit. Among the aldermen arrested in the "bribery" cases who were candidates for renomination eight seem absolute ly certain of victory. They are Thoni as Lynch, W. J. Hindle, David Rosen thai, Stephen Skrzycki, Patri O'Brien, Joseph F. Merritt, Joseph L. Theisen and Thomas E. Glinnan. The latter was councllmanic leader said is charged with having received the largest bribe in the Wabash rail mad case. UNLESS COURT OVERRULES Roosevelt Electors on Republican Ticket in Kansas. Topeka, Kan Aug. 29 Unless the United States supreme court, now considering the cases, rules against them, the Roosevelt electors, chosen in the recent state primary, will ap pear on the Republican ballot in the fall election. This was made certain because, by a vote of 80 to 62. the Republican party state council defeated a resolu tion to force the Roosevelt electors to run on an independent ticket Emperor William Improving. Cassel, Hesse Nassau, Germany. Aug 29.— Emperor William felt so well that he rose early and before breakfast enjoyed a long walk in the park surrounding Wilhelmshoehe cas tie. The rheumatic pains in the neck from which his majesty had suffered, practically have ceased, while the swelling of the gla'ida has almost en tirely disappeared. Tenth Regiment Gets Rust Orders to Embart it No Satisfactory Agreement Can Be Reached With the United States Arbitration Will Be AakeA. Troops Will Start Immediately ani Are Expected to Reach Their Desti nation in Forty-eight Hours—Rebeli! Reported to Be Committing Acts o Barbarism. Washington, Aug. 29.—American sol diers will be landed in Nicaragua with In the next forty-eight hours. Presi dent Taft from Beverly personally dl rected the Immediate movement of th Tenth United States infantry, now or the Panama canal zone, to Nicaragu: to guard American lives and propc—- United States marines now rushed south on the transport Pm •ia Colon and the cruiser Californ. cannot reach Nicaragua for poss.b: week. Late dispatches pictured 'h situatfon as being so acute that an n mediate movement of a large fore- 1 troops was necessary. The Tenth, recruited to full WR strength and fu'ly equipped for .:r, paigning in the tropics, is to be ti'•. aboard merchant ships in the ha of Panama and rushed to Corinto. They will be dispatched along i line of the railway from Corintc Managua, the capital, at points wh- American Minister Weitzel and mander Terhune of the gunboat napolis believe they will.afford i .-i protection. Colonel Henry JL Gi n commands the regiment. Barbaric Cruelty Charged. Allegations of conditions bordering On barbarism and acts even worse tfc those which took the troops of ttK united powers Into China to quell the Boxer rebellion have been receive at the state department within the la.-* twenty-four hours. The deliberate murder of two Air.e-. leans, Dodd and Phillips, after ih -y had been wounded and were heir following the massacre at Leon, i Complete returns show Mayor Wilt lam B. Thompson leading Justice E. ly'The i AM- 19, focused attention on the prevn-.. 1 rerorts of burning of soldiers, sta: u i tion of political prisoners held in dun i geons and other alleged acts of ci u-! latest reports made plain that immediate protection for Americans was necessary and that it probably would not be safe to wait for the ar rival of marines now en route. The marines on the Prairie, after being landed at Colon, will have to be transported across the Isthmus by railroad and taken on the cruiser Cali fornia on the Pacific side for transpor tation to Corinto. That would mean a delay of at least a week. The Tenth Infantry can be on the ground in less than two days. TOWNS FEAR BOMBARDMENT Ikfttfm Squadron Anchors Off Beirut. Syria. Beirut, Syria, Aug. 29.—A squadron of Italian warships, comprising six vessels, anchored off this port. Their object is unknown. The city is well patrollsd by the Turkish garrison and all is quiet. The war vessels had previously reconnoitered the port of Jaffa, in Pal estine, and also the Syrian sea ports of Haifa and Acre, but had not at tempted a landing nor fired any shot. The people of the coast towns, how«ver, show signs of nervous ten sion, fearing a repetition of the bom bardment of last February, when sixty non-combatants were killed and many wounded in the streets of Beirut by I the Italian fire. At that time a number of old Turk ish gunboats, as well as a cruiser and a torpedo boat, were sunk while lying St anchor in the port. BLAST TRIAL VENIRE DRAWN Hearing on Alleged Dynamite Con spiracy Set for Oct. 1. Indianapolis, Aug. 29.—A venire oi fifty persons, from among whom the jury to hear the dynamite cases will be selected,, was drawn here. The trials of fifty-four labor union men in dieted by the last federal grand jury here for complicity iu the so called dynamite conspiracy, which culminat ed in the blowing up of the Los An geles Times building, will be begun here before Federal Judge A. B. An derson on Oct. 1, when all the venire men will report. Federal officials have been engaged throughout the summer making arrangements for the trial. Recluse Lesves Large Estats. Jersey City, N. J., Aug. 29.—Former neighbors of Michael Kiley, an aged recluse, who occupied a ramshackle house for many years, were surprised i to learn that the old man had died I possessed of a fortune worth $200,000. 'The N»w Sippi Tra t. Good Spices Now that the canning season is at hand every housewife wants spices. We realize the vast difference in the quality of Spices generally sold and with the idea of quaiity in view have stocked the best the market affords viz: SOUIBB'S SPICES Remember these spices are the cheap kind you have been accustomed to buying but represent the best trtods obtainable. If you want Ql'ALITY instead of quantity call on us for your SPICES. Macomber LE.MMOX. Travel on in a,h t: tVill ttll Hill i Co. Si I S S To the East or West TWO FAST THROUGH TRAINS DAILY The OLYMPIAN The COLUMBIAN Finest Trains Across the Continent Both trains carry standard sleeping cars, commodious and comfortable tourist sleeping cars, dining cars and coach es. In addition, "The Olympian" carries a lounge-obgerva tion car with liberary, buffet, barber and bath. Both trains are electric lighted throughout. South Iiakot the "MILWAUKEE" The shortest line through a new country of fertile farm land and magnificent scenery For further information regarding fares train service, etc., please call on or address L. W. DOUSMAN, Ticket Agt. Lemmon, S. Dak. Geo. W. Hibbard, 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. NICKISCH. Undertaking and Embalming. Funeral Directing and Supplies G"erVr p"Mne'!.n A i WANTED-A RIDER A6ENT IN EACH TOWN tori.i-p.,.1 ovi.it .• V NO MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES WAICS« T«eh», or Class will not the air out f-! A luiadn .l lh,.u.i:ul .-k, ,! |. .•l)-r DESCRIPTIONS ridinp, very (Innil If nnd lined in-l,lo v\ i• li a stH'cial cjnaiity ft rul.ix-r, which never I- comes porous nnd whk-h tU—^ ii'J trnall ruini-mrvs without n 11 o wing he air to e Me have humlivds Jclters i r.n satisfied cu.v, stattmr hat. lii lr in s lm veon I v been p'ii'uk^I hp or twice in a whole wavm. They \vel„*ti i!.n\o -u t],dU tc ordinary tire, the puncture resisting nualiiies tvins tiven l.y several lay. ra of thin, sin-eially inetiared fabric on the tread 'J he renibr priee of these tires Is |10.tw iH,'r pair, hut fiTBdvertUi pti'TiOies we am da^Heft.ViTm^ V Of this total $65,000 goes to Mrs. Margaret Jones, who took care of Ki ley in his last Illness. A bi« share of jtthe residue goes to Mrs. CattMriM I Daly, a neighbor. know that "M WiJ U» u'.-'n ... "Ranger" 'uoj if fun i--lnd l\y us. Our ever.vwiiere are making A 'i f'r 's aui iptfu I op tr at one, NO MONEY REQUiREO until jou jvlvivp and ar rove of your lno\ e ship to iiuyonv anj'WliMVjn lit- YOU WILL BE 'f xv"' BICYCLE en po 1 i'.l, °'5ly have c\ a m! in and fAnnd tl.eui strictly v r- Hn.l tti.iiirv wnt ti in IM- i'.. i jiii «a»u«r. ran ir YUU NEED TIRES ih.V, ',v,rt^S'r.ntf ..n-1 V 8. uj without a tent deposit allow TEH DAYS' FREE THI &L(1: ring Mr i uiay i-i i- tlif bicycle and put ltt»an.vb .t you wish. !lr'' i'"* perfectly .v.!t wfii'd or (jo nor 10 kevp the 'J'"'• 'LL!i'il'l'11^ atoure\!*-n-*saiid JOB u:iwih FACTORY PRICES f,:l'ni-ti tlio hluhr\st grnV I cyol*\s icuialf:! r-t Vi i save tit) to i_.j middlemen's profits hy liuy uiroirct-i iu, :n ,i the manufacturer's guarantee behind your -jri. 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