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A. Z C/5 D. O "2L T* c/i 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 2 3D Z a C/5 *V LEMMON, S. D. E. J. EUBANKS, Manager. MR. FARMER. Grain Insurance OSCAR N. SAMPSON & O 7T 0 r- Z N i-* o r- C/5 z •8 o r r- C/5 H. Simmons I). S. Commissioner FILINGS, FINAL PROOFS, CONTEST HEARINGS BISMARCK DISTRICT Office at Selma. DICKINSON DISTRICT Office at North Lemmon P. 0. LEMMON. S. D. Box 346 Homestead Address STOWERS N. Job Printing at The Herald. My Insurance Coinpt&y nave autfaorizco ise to (ujj aiseMcs characteristic of write Fire and Lighting Insurance on Grains in' r***10 shocks, stacks, granaries, barns and cribs, for any length of time at a very cheap rate. Exact Weight Reliable Goods and Rational Prices OBTAINED ALWAYS AT Lawyer's Meat Market c. JfANl.iL.Jv THK PRODUCTS OF Swift & Company Young Stock for Sale. I shall havt? for sale through out the season a number of likely yearling beeves of all descrip tions, which come with my cattle 'ieals and are too young to send to market. Parties wishing to buy such as feeders will do well write or see me. W. R. CLARK, lemmon, S. D. It PAYS every farmer to see I the First State Bank for Farm I/jans. Our many satisfied cus- i i.omers is ample proof that it jPAYS to see the First State, (Jail or write to the Bunk, F. A. Finch, Cashier LOST 7ft. Binder sickle, on road between Ix*mmori arid White Butte, Tuesday evening. Will finder please leave same at Herald office lemmon, post-office store, White Butte, or & F. Lawson's residence. Good half section farming land 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, 8. 0. Potato Diseases aid Seed Tuber Seiectioa. BY H. BOLLEY. Regardless of disease, it was iotiad »i from rather pure *ariety of 'iriy Ohio potatoes, one couid. by -lectiDg from the vines. produce an* -m and shape oi tuber desired and so doing could rerj greatly iornaw tield of merchantable poiaties. ie*e bulletins, a* I now see it. were i -rad of the demands of tlx farmers thss region. In spile of e*ery tbic *r- have tk'lHr tiofif the hot of tii.s rt of education, very Jew fare er have paid ant attention to ixctioD. seed treatmeol. crop rotation to the proper »praying treaun~at» the prevention of potato di*ea-« indeed, to any of these imporutni features of potato cropping which are necessary in order that a farmer mat continue in the business of potato crowing a number of Tears os a pro&tabie basis it is not i bat potatoes Mod to reduce fertility of the Sand for othercrco«, bat eventually potato lands become crop hacieri* rot. dry rot. brown rot. late blight. early o.ighu etc.. and the »eed. because of eareieasae&s in this regard, poor treat iae.-t and selection, carries with it each year more and more disease so new land areas. The old vines w,*Jh ail tiieir disease are worked into -be land and rinaiiv ihe most raluai-ie potato lands io the world ate beng farmed so that within a few years tfce will be vie]ding less than one hunUreo basbels of merchantable potatoes to the acre wheii they should yield *i.h suct decent cultivation any where f.-om two hundred to three hundred bushel *-j the acre. I have many times Nikrttod the statement that: on the a vera re ti or* than one thir»I of the entire potato crop of North Dakota is destroyed by potato diseases easy of prevention. According to correspondence and lev tar* which are coming to me now. 1 aei convinced that there are some veo pie who are waking op to this fact When Mother Nature rebells, she spanks hard. Let cue now sat by way of encour ire iueti t. that there is no known pot.it" disease which cannot be prevented by proper seed selection, seed treat merit, crop rotation, but that each year this seed selection and seed treat rnent enchances the quality. Potato disease* are infectious troubles carried by drainage waters, are wind borne, etc., and when once in the soil remain there rather persistently especially in wet, fertile lands. The most serious one of the rots or blights is present everywhere this year in a very des tructive form. It starts out with vines becoming yellowish and stunted and the roots rottiog off. This is a disease which cannot be escaped by simply spraying the vines in the summei time The farmers who do not wish to have any of this on their land next year must this year dig their seed and select, the tubers which .hey wish to use for seeding purposes by taking thern from the heaithy vines. If there were no disease you could increase your crop one third by following this line. Is it worth while? Is it worth while for the farmers of the Red River Valley and North Dakota to think somewhat of the future? 1 will answer tne question. Positively yes. The time will come when the southern buyer will not buy your potatoes because of the rotting in the bin. The time will come when it will be too late to prac tice crop rotation because of the wind blowing of the diseased soil, but let me say further: It will pay to do the following things even though you deal wholly with new lands: 1. Select the tubers which you wish to plant from healthy vines showing the form of tulter you wish to raise. 2. Store these potatoes in a cold, dry condition in which they will not sprout until planting time. :i. Wash these potatoes and then treat them before planting, usingeither the formaldehyde or the corrosive sublimate treatment. 4. At the time of cutting examine the cut potatoes carefully anil whem ever a cut piece shows any brown or discolored markings throw it out. 5. As far as potatoes are concerned, keep a permanent rotation who JOSEPH C. PcLLETIER. Boston «trtct Attorney Is Probmg DyramlteConsptracy. it A cumber of tears ifo alter r* miilBif that North Dakota and the rth w-*i generally because of iU itit it soil and c'imate was «ai* tec«'w «!.«? of th" greatest of pot* to -KltifiDK «y oo». I instituted a o JIB- :-r ofexperiments in the cropping and ..-.-owing of potatoes in relation s«aw and relation to proper se'ect o crop production We p»bi:sL«.~ Jietios OD potato scab and indicated treaU&eat oecesaary for prevention other potato diseases. .We also bisshed So. 3D in which w»s reported or seven Tears trial in seiecUng .. tames from the Tine* whereby 41 *3 demonstrated to be a terj pajbf r,position. 1 A V wdiiltos SWEEPING INQUIRY NOW IN PROGRESS Dynamite Plo! Jgainst labor Unions AILged. L—Tie Ansel charge that dynamite was '"pizr.t":!" at Law-! rence during the recent textile strike there as a result of conspiracy of New England mill owners to discredit onion ism and aid in stamping it out •as made by District Attorney Joseph C. Pelietier here. sweeping grand jury probe is now la progress and sensational develop-' ments are declared certain. The dis trict attorney admitted that his evj-, dence shows that the dynamite plant-' ed in I^wrenee, and whlrh the police there tried to show was brought to 1 the mill city by strikers, was sent from this city. Orders to take it there were given following a conference here of mill owners and managers, who, he a! leges, decided that if the "plant" i could be successfully made the Law-1 rence strike would fall of Its own weight and unionism in New England 1 it would be long recovering. E. W. Pitman, wealthy mi'lman, was given the third degree" by Pelletier and then subpoenaed to testify before the grand jury. Instead he went home and shot and killed himself, although his baegage, packed for a long Euro pean trip, was already on the ship. Pelletier will not say what Pitman LANDS AT BOTTOM OF CANYON Auto Runs Off Road in Colorado Moun tain. Boulder, Colo., Aug. 29.—Miss Madie Ripley of Boulder was perhaps fatally Injured, Barbara Ripley sustained a broken arm and scalp wounds and Mr?. B. H. McCord and Miss Tuttle. both of Kansas City, were painfully hurt when an automobile driven by Ralph Reed ran off a mountain road turned three somersaults and landed at the bottom of Boulder canyon Reed was attempting to pass anoth er car when the accident happened. MORE CHRISTIANS KILLED Montenegrin Government Striving to Tranquilize People. Cettlnje, Montenegro. Aug. 39.—Fur ther massacres of Christians by Turk ish troops on the Albanian frontlet continue to be reported, but the Mon tenegrin government is striving Its ut most to give effect to the peaceful counsels of the representatives here of the European powers. The minister of the Interior left the capital for the border with the object of tranquili/ing the populace on the Montenegrin side. vines or else eompostthem thoroughly in a proper compost heap, "I I'NC why the same land is not used for |KIUtorn more often than once in four or Ave years. i. Rain up sad burn UM O!4 the Hordeaux mixture by the thereof, mortgaging and conveying the following described real estate in Perkins Conntv. South Dakota, to wit: the South Half of the Northeast Quarter, the Southeast (Jnarter of the Northwest Quarter, the Northeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter and the North Half of the Southeat Quar ter of Section Ten (10) Township Twenty two (22) North, of Range Fif teen (15) E. B. H. M. containing Two Hundred Forty (240) acres more or less, according to the Government survey thereof, which said mortgage was on the 12th day of May, A. D. 1910, duly transferred and assigned by the said Stephen J. Murton to O. J. Schumacher, assignee, which said assignment was duly recorded in the office of Register of Deeds in and for Perkins County. South Dakota, on the 12th dav of August. A. D. 1912. at 9 o'clock A M. in Book 42 of Mortgages at Page 52" thereof, which said mortgage U junior to a mort gage for the sum of One Thousand Dollar* t?looo) on the above describ ed premises. And whereas, default having been made in the na ment of the install ment due November 1st, A. 1910, and the installment due November 1st, A. D. 1911, on said note, and the interest thereon secured by said mortgage, and by virtue of the terms and conditions In said mortgage con taine-i, the said assignee of said mortgage has elected to declare and has declared the whole amount due anu payable at once. And Whereas there is claimed to be due at tiie date of this notice the sum of Two Hundred Forty-six .11 100 Dollar- (,iii..tl) and no notion or pro ceeding* havinw been instituted at law or otherwise to recover thi debt secured by said mortgage or any part thereof: NtW. THF.RKFDKK, Notice is hereby given that by virtue of the power of sale in said mortgage con tained and of the statutes in such case made and provided said mortgage will IH Held spraying method so that all of the leaves are thoroughly sprayed three or tour times each season. Paris Green cah lie added to tli Hordeaux mixture for klllititj the lugs. If those directions are followed your increased crop will be something tteyond your conception in potato vrowing. The time should won come when our potato growing societies or those engaged In handling potatoes will re fuss to handle the potatoes of a iran who doe* not essentially carry out these Instructions. They cannot af ford to do so Agricultural College, N. D, Aug till 1412. foreclosed and the above described property so much 1 hereof as Is lioceswary will lx s dd subject to said prior mortgage at public auction to the highest bidder by the Sheriff of Perkins County. South Dakota, at the front door of thr Court Hotise in the Village of Bison in said t'ounty of Perkins and State of South Dakota, on the 27th day of September, A. 1912, at ihe hour of one o'clock f. M. on said day to pay said mortgage debt and interest, together with the «tntutor\ attorney fee* and the cost* and disbursements allowed by law. ». .!. Schumacher, Asslgnee of Mort gagee. llerrv & Carrel I, Ijemmon. South Dakota. Attorneys for Assignee Dated this 7th dav of August. A. 1''12. at liPmiuon, South Dakota. John Auderson. s Do You Want A Farm Loan? We represent individuate who wish to loan $20,000 on First Mortgage on land in North and South Dakota. Write Bonds of all kinds See us for Fire and Tornado Insurance. Lemmon State Bank THOS. CMXWS, Pres. L. H. Habqr, Viee C. C. SltHatttFS. Cashier. Lemmon, K I.HMM'. 'N HKK.ALD :E=3: YOUR STATIONERY will receive the very best profession al thought and care, if you have it done at THE HERALD PRINT SHOP Lemmon, S. D. No job of printing to small or simple, or too intricate but what we shall be glad to figure with you. THfc I.KMM' 'N HKHALD Notice of Foreclosure of Real Estate Mortgage Default having been made in the conditions of that certain real estate niortjfajfe made, executed and ueiiver- ould be given a setback from which hy Nicholas C. Goebel and Henri etta Goebel, his wife, mortgagors, to Stephen J. Murton, Mortgagee, dated March 15th, A. D. 1910, and duly re corded in the office of the Register of Deeds in and for Perkins County, South Dakota, on the oth day of April. A. D. 1910, at the hour of 9:50 o'clock A. M. of said dav in Book 3 of told him, but admits his disclosures were sensational. The district attor ney says that he will prosecute every one concerned In the conspiracy which resulted in the dynamite being sent to Lawrence and that he already has evidence implicating noted mi:i men. M'sc- records on pages and 303 Sheriff of So. Dak. Lhimu.N. SOtTH DAKOTA OFFICIAL DIRECTORY Perkins Countv, South Dakc- Treasurer—H. H. Aldrich. Auditor—H. P. Benjamin Register of Deeds—C. L. Carbc Clerk of courts--Archie G. Park States Attorney—Amos C. Stank Sheriff—John Anderson. Co. Physician— Dr. O. W. Pbetfi County Surveyor—A. S. Tubb«. County Commissioners— G. E. Lai mon, Lemmon: L. T. Larson. Lod pole: Geo Duffy, Daviston: K« Dillon, Bixby A. W. Andersfl Coal Springs. OFFICIAL D1RBGTOKY Adams County. N rth Dakc*s| Vudi.or— Walter Keliey Treasurer—Norman Burnson Register of Deeds—Otto A. Jaeoij Clerk District Court—A. O. Sheriff—G. W. Krause. States Attorney—Henrv .Y County Judge— Jacob Soi. Supt. of Schools—Rose C: Wi County Surveyor—Howard H.Hoi Public Administrator—J. D- Baroa County Commissioners— IstDist.. Edmund Ward, Chairm* Postoflice, Orange. N. D. 2nd Dist., Edward Ramstad. ger, N. D. 3d Dist, Joshua Davis. H(t ltr. N| Bro Coroner-M. J. Mangan. Justices of the Peace— W A. Greenup. J. F. Paul Gross. North 1. G. R. Hawks. C. E. Thomas. WANTED, FARM T.OAN] Prompt attention: no lay money alway- rt See or write Brandt vestment Co., Laiui Ofi Bldg., Lemmon. It PAYS every farm the First State Bank 1 Loans. Our many sati tomers is ample prool PAYS to see the Firs Call or write to the Bar Finch, Cashier. STRAYED: About dark bay yearling 2 star ht-ad. $15 reward Chri White Butte. S. D. The Curamings Fly Sh"1 ranteed protection for ""r*Vl a i n s i e s y i o Hoehn the Harness man OFFICE BUILDING, or trade for land. street, Lemmon. T. 0. s' address, Lemmon, S. D- I want to buy four got era in Perkins or Adams See me quick. Albert PerkiM ouotjr, South Dakota.