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LISTEN! The price of LUMBER is advancing. Why not do your building now before it is too late to get in on the present low prices? We can FILL YOUR BILL with the best of every thing in the building line. Western Lumber and Grain Company Exact Weight Reliable Goods and Rational Prices OBTAINED ALWAYS AT- Lawyer's Meat Market -WE HANDLE THE PUoDl'CTS OF Swift & Company WANTED, FARM LOANS. Prompt attention no de lay money always ready. See or write Braught In vestment Co., Land Office Bldg., Lemmon. LEMMON, S. D. E. J. EUBANKS, Manager. For the Outing Season. For the Fresh Air Campaigns. For Freightors, Movers and Homesteaders. TENTS! Tents of all sizes from 8x10 to 14x20. Made of the best material and strictly reliable. Also Wagon Covers, Tarpaulins, Etc. Bamble Brothers HARDWARE Main Street LEMMOX, S. D. DWELLING HOUSE for sale or trade for farm land. Apply C. S. Hodson. Job Printing at The Herald cook Locals. John Noble, of Chandler, was in the vicinity Sunday. G^o. Cummin#*, who returned from anada some time ago. departed last week with a drove of horses from Mott .• a route for the Canadian border. John Cd-gaard a"d family spent Sunday with the O. P. Roed family. Blanche Wood, who has been spend ing her summer vacation in Minnesota rt?turnei to her home in this vicinity ist week. Miss Blanche expects to begin teaching the Stinger school at tli«- opening of the fall term. Clara Howell, of the Sprinjf Butte neighborhood, is assisting Mrs. S, A. Williams with the housework. i hoke cherries are ripe and many are the pickers along the Cedar and upon the buttes. John Odegaard, your gloves are over at Kroneman's. We are glad to report that S. A. Williams is rapidly recovering from his recent illness and at th# time of this writing is doing nicely. O P. Hoed makes final three yecr proof at Hettinger Sept. 2ti. Elsie Wood was at Mott the first part of l.ist week. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Stingvr, of IJoyd. were Sunday guests at Hie Williams home. Rev. Krickson conducted serviefs in the Olson school house Sunday af'eruoon in the norwegian language. Farmers are busy at stacking and threshing Those who have threshed report some fairly good yields. Mrs. Will Hawley and Ht'le ton Robert departed Saturday for point* in S. D., she will visit a sister at Java and a sister at Aberdeen. Remember the picnic given by the Cedar River Dairy Association on Sept. at the Ba:th c.-ossing on the Cedar River. A good program and a good time are in view. K very body welcome. Young Stock for Sale. I shall have for sale through out the season a number of likely yearling beeves of all descrip tions. which come with my cattle deals and are too young to send to market. Parties wishing to buy such as feeders will do well to write or see me. W. R. CLARK, Lemmon, S. D. The Cummings Fly Shield gua ranteed protection for horses ag ainst flies. Try it. For sale by Hoehn the Harness man. Mrs Fred Aultmann and children are visiting at Dickin son, having gone last week in company with Mr. and Mrs John McAndrews in their auto. It PAYS every farmer to see the First Slate Bank for Farm Loans. Our many satisfied cus tomers is ample proof that it iPAYS to see the First State, i Call or write to the Bank, F. A. Finch, Cashier. J. L. Case left Wednesday for Ortonville. to be with Mrs Case. I visiting there, who is reported quite ill. Remember the Market Day Auc tion at lemmon, S, D., Saturday, Aug. 31st. H. H. Pomeroy. Auc tioneer. Mrs. G. G. Davis and sons, of Sioux City, are visiting at the home of Mr. wad Un, H. H. Pomeroy. F. C. Totten, Physician, Surgeon and Accoucheur, Macomber Bldg. Among the various blessings of the harvest one of note is the big crop of onions which C. D. Burmeester has to worry about, and is as yet not quite clear what to do with There are two acres I of them, and the rains, it ap pears came right on the dot. no that now the bulbs are veritable Bermudas in size, and their lucky owner figures that they will bring about 1200 bushels. Origi nally he had seeded three acres broadcast. Every effort was made to keep out the weeds, but as this had to be done by hand, one acre was abandoned, to con centrate all nands on the re mainder. Good half section farming land1 for sale. Three ml. southeast of Haynes, N. D. Good improve ments, 140 acres broke, 40 acres fenced. Price $3800, all cash. Address John Portnoy. White Butte, S. D. I want to buy four good quart ers in Perkins or Adams county. See me quick. Albert Smaltey. N. Samson. More Cows Needed To Insnre Prosperity Dickinson Press: Id the old ranch ing days "'Down on the Cedar'" was a sort of magic phrase and a synonym of prosperity. A writer in an exchange evidently finds the charm still there. He writes interestingly of the coun try's development and we quote from his article both for the sake of old limes and because the advice to buy cows with this year's crop applies as welt to all parts of this section as to the Cedar country. "In the old, old days the cowman built his cabin and his cattle corr als on the hanks of the river and his herds turned loose to graze—knee deep in the nutritious grasses of the valley and the upland These herds ran at will and caused the ranchmen no concern. They would not stay away while the Cedar flowed for it was there they must come to drink. Nature could not have better provided for the ranchmen's wants." "Things have changed rapidly how ever in the past few vears and crops of grain have largely taken the place of the ranchmen's cattle. Still there are sections of railroad land still un touched by the plow—and the Cedar still Hows just as fast as it ever did." "Even when the landsca|eis dotted with shocks of golden graid the fact that this was a real rancher's para dise is still evident. The grass on the nrairie grows both tall and thick, making the finest, kind of grazing: and thousands .and thousands of tons of wild hay await the husbandman's sickle and rake.'' "And this causes one to wonder why there is no more stock r»n the fa»"ms. "he waste of grass and buy seems a pity when it could just as well he con verted into cream. As this country was an ideal one for the rancher so also is it an ideal onein which to con duct a dairy business in connection with the growing of grain. A few of the Cedar farmers however are al ready taking advantage of the natural advantages of the country by keeping a number of milch cows and other stock and others have only been pre vented from doing this by lack of time or funds to get things properly organ ized. The crop of grain that is now being harvested in Cedar township will give many of the farmers some money to do business on and there seems to be an inclination among them to "cash in" this fall on the fal' grain business while they can cash in to good advantage. They all appear to want more cows and if they but get enough of them their future prosperity is assured LOST—7ft. Binder sickle, on road between Lemmon and White Butte. Tuesday evening. Will finder please leave same at Herald office Lemmon, post-office store, White Butte, or B. F. Lawson's residence. Pleasantridge. Hans Paulson went to Lemmon last Thursday and returned Friday. Miss Sadie Read is working for Mrs. Robinson while Mr. Robinson is gone. iSmil Smolinsky from near Eureka, S. D., came up to this country to run a steam engine this fall for his brother. Archie and Harold Read are herd ing sheep for Ed Crow this week. Chas. Ross and son Vern from the South Grand river, were shopping at this place the other day. Burt Bead has been repairing his threshing machine for the last week and will soon have his rig in running order. Mr. and Mrs. W. U. Summers made a shortfall at Pleasantridge Sunday afternoon. Smolinsky Bros, bave moved their threshing rig op near White Butte where they will thresh this fall. Protect your horses with the Cummings Fly Shield. For sale 'jy Chas. Hoehn the Harness man News comes from Shields, N. J)., that §outh Morton county has again become the scene of a cold blooded murder. A party were playing poker, and Guv Bolton, who had made exceptionally good winnings, had just left the table, when one of the heavier loner*, Bill Molosh, Turkey Track Bill, shot him from behind, killing his viciim almost mutant I v Bolton had a reputation an a gambler, and was quite wdl known at Lemmon during it« early days. Mr. Farmer: I can insure ,vur grain in shocks, stack w, burns. granHries or cribs, at a vrry ••Im.'Hp rut*1 nnd for s ny length ©f tlfne. Osetf LEIMON STATE BANK Capital and Surplus SI2,000.00 General Banking Business Interest on Time Deposits. Special Attention Given to Insurance Lemmon State Bank THns. Coujns. Pres. I,. II. Haegh, Vice I'n C. C. Sidkrics. Cashier. Lemmon, S®. Dak. THK LKMMOM HERALD LEMMON, SOUTH DAKOTA will receive the very best profession al thought and care, if you have it done at THE HERALD PRINT SHOP Lemmon, S. D. I No job of printing to small or simple, or too intricate but what we shall be glad to figure with you. THE LEMMON HEKALD LEMMON. SOUTH DAKOTA List your land with Oscar N. Sampson, Lemmon, S D. OFFICE BUILDING, fo* Sale or trade for land. On Main street. Lemmon. T. 0. Sandbo, address, Lemmon, S. D. Dwelling house and lot, for sale or trade for farm land. C. S. Hodson, Lemmon, S. D. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY Perkins County, South Dakota Treasurer—H. H. Aldrich. Auditor—H. P. Benjamin. Register of Deeds—-C. L. Carlson. Clerk of courts—Archie G. Parker. States Attorney—Amos C. Stanley. Sheriff--John Anderson. Co. Physician Cr. O. W. Phelps. County Surveyor—A. S. Tubba. County Commissioners—G. E. Lem mon, Lemmon: L. T. Larson. Lodge pole Geo. Duffy, Daviston Keese Dillon, Bixby A. W. Anderson, Coal Springs. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. A.dams County. N^rth Dakota Vudttor—Walter Kelley Treasurer- Norman Burnson. Register of Deeds- Otto A. aoobson Clerk District Court A. (I. Brown. Sheriff—G. W. Kraune. States Attorney Henry Moen. County Judge Jacob Honderall. Supt. of Schools Romp C: Wagner County Surveyor Howard H. Horr. Public.Administrator J. D. Haronc. County ('ommlsHionei'H 1st Dist., Edmund Ward, Chairman. 1'oh to Rice, Orange, N. D. 2nd Dial., Edward Ramstad. Hwttin ger, N. D. itd DUt, Jonhiiu Davl*, Kwdw. N. Coroner- M. Mangun, Justice* of the IVaee W A. «!rwntiii J. K. Paul Onm*, ffoHb bMMion. (1. R. Hawk* C, K Thorn aa. Chan. Iloehn the Harm** man handle* ('iininiinK«' Fly Shield giiiirnnt'Til tluu for ho men HKiiiiiNt mouth MMIJ nimr MS|N. Irv Itl Bids for Miring Coal. 'I'll0 I 1 'i 'i -.I iv,, I,,, ,,r ii, in Mcho.il DNtrirt No M, will rpt»p| vp bids for fumhhlrtg forty ton* gmid llirnite wml to said mliool district, l*llv#t*d 1|| nehool hou*M, as dlrfeV»d. til.I* Ut be mad* Htt ftifll •wlHdltltr delivery IftlO bin*, and mn^t he at al' *•(), Hnt) dell*'( fed to the rlmk m, 1. IW1 J8 Clerk Wm. Mttrtsttttt* tit tteWiti Ffrhml Notice of Foreclosure of Real Estate Mortgage Default having been made ii -h conditions of that certain real i' mortgage made, executed and del ed by Nicholas C. Goebel and 1j etta Goebel, his wife, mortgagor- v Stephen J. Murton, Mortgagee, i March 15th, A. D. '910, and dul corded in the office of the Regist Deeds in and for Perkins Co South Dakota, on the 5th da April, A. D. 1910, at the hour of o'clock A. M. of said day in Bo of Misc. records on pages 30ti an thereof, mortgaging and conv. i. the following described real esta' Perkins Conntv- South Dakota wit the South Half of the Nort (Quarter, the Southeast Quarter Northwest Quarter, the Nort Quarter of the Southwest Quart.': the North Half of the Southeast i,1 ter of Section Ten (10) Tow Twenty two (22) North, of Ran^ teen (15) E. B. H. M. containing 1 Hundred Forty (240) acres mot less, according to the Goven survey thereof, which said moi". was on the 12th day of May, A i UUii, duly transferred and by the said Stephen J. Murton .1 Schumacher, assignee, which assignment was duly recorded ir. 'i' ollice of Kegister of Deeds in an Perkins County, South Dakota the 12th day of August, A. D. at li o'clock A M. in Book 4.' Mortgages at Page 527 thereof, said mortgage is junior to a gage for the sum of One Thoi Dollars |$1000) on the above ties-• il premises. And whereas, default having made in the nayment of the in-'• ment due November 1st, A. 0 and the installment due N'ovt 1st, A. I), litll. on said note, an interest thereon secured by mortgage, and by virtue of the 11 and conditions in said mortgage tamd, the said assignee of mortgage has elected to declare has declared the whole amoun unit payable at once. And Whereas there is claimed due at the date of this notice th of Two Hundred Forty-six A T11Uht and no action o ceeding having been institute law or otherwise to recover tht ""•cured by said mortgage or ani thereof: NW, THEREFORE, Noli hereby given that by virtue o power of sale in said mortgage twined and of the statutes in sue! iiiioIi and provided said mortgajr tie foreclosed and the above dest property or so much thereof tieeessan will bes dd subject u prior mortgage at public Pftt, ,14, County, fi. ft, tin* M, ai the highest bidder by theShi'i I Vrkitts 1'omiH South Dakota. front door of the Court Hou*' i Village Bison in said Conn I Vrkins and Si*te of South Ha on the 27th da cf September. A ltM'.\ at the hour of one o'clock on said day to pay said mor debt ami interest, together will statutory attorne fees and the and disbursements allowed by o .1 Schvnriaeher. Assignee of g«gee. iWry A- Carrrlf, Lemmon. Dakota, Att*rneys for Assignee Dated this "th dav of August. l'U2, at Tetnnmn. South DakotA John Anderson. Sheriff of ». II. e Count v. South Dakota.