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n a about two lambs camp Sheep of Undertaking will Us'ness er ays n Did it ever occur to you why all good business men keep a checking account with a bank? We will tell you. It en ables them to keep their funds in a more secure place than the office safe. It gives them a better standing in the busi ness world. It enables then to pay their bills by check being an undisput able receipt. Individuals find a checking account very convenient and a source of saving. Money in one's pocket is often spent on ihe spur of the moment, while one is disposed to think twice before drawing on his balance in the bank. Get the Savings Habit. Lay up for a rainy day. Start a bank account with The Old Reliable" i. Hie First State Bank U. S. Depositary. FOR SALE: 1900 Sheep! Stowers. 1000 are ewes, 423 are the balance are three's four's and five's about equal in number at $3.50 per head. 40 bucks at $10.00 the balance at $2.60 per head, also wagon ready to move. are about 9 miles east Edwin Kirk. 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. and Embalming. Funeral Directing and Supplies CO-OPERATION The First National Bank co-operate with you. Our service to commer 'nes business will be appreciated by those roen who require the service of a thourough y progressive, yet safe and conservative institution. department is as arranged as to be of easy jcess and benefit to the patrons. Officers are al- glad to confer with those requesting counsel ill be glad to meet you at any time at their desk. The First National Bank l-nlted States Smith. Iret, Depositary Lemmon, So. Dak. Institnte at Barth Crossing The Cedar River Dairy Asso ciation will hold a farmers' insti tute at the Barth crossing, some 15 miles northwest of Lemmon on Wednesday. Sept. 25th. There will be good speakers as well as other attractions, such as music and social diversions. A general invitation is extended to all, far and near, to join in tile day's profit and diversions. Masons, Attention. I Lemmon Lodge No. 162 will again resume its labors Tuesday evening next, Sept. 17, and all members and visiting brethren are urged to be present Work in the Fellow Craft degree, H. A. ELLIS, W. M. I Mrs. John Westcott was taken to Aberdeen Thursday morning, suffering seriously from a sudden attack of appendicttis. Dr. Strang was in charge of the lady. Mr. W estcott, who is away on busi ness, could not promptly be loca ted at the time. Bishop Buseh, of Lead, is the guest of Rev. Father Hirsch and the congregation of St. Mary's church, having arrived here Thursday for a review of the church's missions through this district. At St. Mary's there is but one service, being Sunday morning, at 8:00. Judge C. C. Carpenter return-* ed Wednesday from a month's visit in Iowa. Mrs. Carpenter and children will remain east for some time longer, the children attending school there. Mrs Genevieve Kyle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S W. Hunting ton, who has been spending the summer with her parents, here, has gone to Aberdeen, to visit for a time with her brother and sister there. Rev. John Frei is expected back from his European tour the end of the week, having arrived at New York Monday. F. A. Finch and W. H. Doher ty were among the visitors to the state fair at Huron. The San Francisco Call, in its editorial columns, urges every honest California republican to vote for Wilson, as the political situation in that state is such that adherents of the party are pract ically disfranchised. This is from California. There are others. STRAYED OR STOLEN: Young Scotch Collie Dog, color light yellow, white spot on back of neck and stripe in face, feet and legs nearly white. Had on leath er collar. Some dark hair on back and tail. Suitable reward for return or information lead ing to recovery. Report at Herald office. A. W. Kendall. Mr. Farmer: I can insure your grain in shocks, stacks, barns, granaries or cribs, at a very cheap rate and for any length of time. Oscar N. Sampson. List your land with Oscar N. Sampson, Lemmon, S. D. YOUNG WOMAN IS DROWNED LOKB Life in Vain Effort to Save Her Companion. Washington, Sept. 5.— Miss Anlce Dorothy Nixon, twenty-two year? old. the daughter of Richard B. Nlkuu. financial clerk of the T'nited States senate, was drowned at Colonial Beach. Va., In a vain attempt to res cue her swimming companion. Frank Hn W. Wiseman, aged twenty. A party of friend?, including Miss Nixon's two sisters, witnessed the double tragedy from the beach The bodies were recovered and brought to Washington. Young Wise man. whose home was In Havana, ill., 'vas employed in thp ronsus but'•an HEROIC M0T0RMAN KILLED Instead of Jumping He Warna Passen gers of Coming Crash. Chicago. Sept. 5.--.lames Johnson, motorman oq a suburban car entering the city, could not stqp his car at a grade crossing of the elevated rail road. He tugged at the lever and shouted a warning to the passengers before he was crushed to death when the street car struck the rear car of a freight train on the o'her Four passengers were Injured* DR. DUMAS BEHIND THE BAR* Former Mayor of Cass Lake, Minn* Sentenced to Penitentiary. Stillwater. Minn.. Sept. 12— Dr. DC F. Dumas, former mayor of Cass La.k«. entered Stillwater prison to begin th« daily routine of a convict. Dumas was given an indeterminate s«ntene at Remidji by .Judge W. S. McClemenhan od a charge of attempt? •d arson in the third degree. Thta rharg« grew out of the Pupos ky raid in June, 1911. when Mike Da vis and Martin Rehan were trapped in the poatoffloe building while at tempting to rob and burn the build ing, according to evidence pro ved by the state. Testimony also went to show that Dr. Dumas had planned this •xpedition and that he been confederate of criminals DOZEN PERSONS ARE INJURED Match Lit in Boom Where Would Be Suicide Had Turned on Gas. New York,.Sept. 12.—When a dozen or more persons were trying to resus citate Philip Greek, a salesman who had tried to take his lif« by inhaling gas. some one lit a match in the gas filled room There was a loud explosion and every one in the room was thrown to the floor. Seven persons were burned, one of them seriously, The explosion sounded like a bomb and there was a panic in the neigh borhood from fears of the Black Hand. Greek will recover. ENDS HIS LIFE TO SATISFY CREDITORS New York Suicide Carried One Hundred Thousand Insurance. Nfew York, Sept. 12.—Nathan OUT. a manufacturer of boys' clothing, and treasurer of two silk manufacturing concerns, committed auicide at his down town office. Oiff took poiBon because he saw that the failure of the two companies was a. matter of hours and he believed his $100,nno life insurance might be enough to satisfy the bills This is the statement made by his lawyer in a declaration to the creditors. Peti tions in bankruptcy were filed against both companies. Mr. Oiff s own business had been good, hut his lawyer said that he had guaranteed three-quarters of the debts of the two concerns of which he was treasurer and that this used up a great deal of capital required in his own business. In the bankruptcy pe tition it is stated, that the insurance will just settle with the creditors of both concern' in full. VICE PROBE IN CHICAGO •yatMMtie Investigation to Begin into 8ocial Evil. Chicago, Sept. 12.—A systemati" In vestigation of the social evil in Ch' cago will he begun next month by the federal government, according to ad vices received here. A staff of fifteen employes will be gin a card index classification of the immoral women of the city and the re sult may be more vigorous prosecu tion of the white slave traffic under the Mann act. GRAIN AND PROVISION PRICES Duluth Wheat and Flax. Duluth, Sept. 11.— Wheat—-To arrive and on track—No. 1 hard. 89%c No. 1 Northern, 88%c No 2 Northern. XS^c Sept.. 87%c Dec., %~%c. n 'a9b%o.. Corn-—Sept. 71Tfcr, Dec., 'TfSSi^c May. S2%c. Oats—Sept. 32c Dec, %c May. Vfcc. Pork -Sept., 117.02 Jan Butter ("reameries. 24'0 2Sc dairies. 22*6 ff 24Vfec. Eggs—I7%fi21c. Poultry Turkeys, 13c chickens. 14c springs, lie. Chicago Live Stock, CMemr*. Sept 11— rattle—Beeves, fl5.75'S 11 70 Texas steers, $4.7S@6.40 Western steers. $5 R5@fl.30 stockers and feeders, $4 2."#7 00 cows and heifers, $3/'Oi08.00 calves. $8.50011. .10, HOES Light. $8,4r.«9,15 mixed. $S.00f|9.15 heavy. $7.80® 8.9« rough. $7.80*g 8.00 pigs, 85.2n9 8.20. Sheep Native, $3.S0*j 4.75: yearlings, $4.701 5.75 lambs, $4,Toft 7.40. Minneapolis Grain. Minneapolis. Sept. 11 Wheat— Sept 85%c Dec., 88%e May. 9314c. Cash close on track: No. 1 hard, 88%c No. 1 Northern^ 86%«87%c to ar rive, 86%c: No. 2 Northern, H2%@ 85%c to arrive. 86%^ N'o. 3 North ern, Ro%@'X2%c No. 3 yellow corn, 73c No. 4 corn, 69»S71c No 3 white oats. 30c to arrive. 29^ic No. 3 oats, 27®28«ie barley. 40@6le: fl*X, ft^ 70Vi\ to arrive, $1.69. Stowes News (To Late for Tj»st Week.) A little baby boy is the cttw tnuch rejoicing in the Jacobson home. The Ladies Aid Society met with Mrs H. A. Mason on Wednesday ot this week. ames Fitzgerald returned last MOD day from a month's visit at Ordway. S. D. Miss Agues Holbrook was a visitor in this community last Saturday and Sunday. Mr. F. Weisbeck had the misfortune to strain himself while working last Thursday. Mrs. G. W. Shrader and son Henry returned home last week from their eastern trip. Several of the farmers here have threshed and report quite good viehK Cook Locals. Ever body is busy mostly at thresh in?. Willis Markland made final three year homestead proof at Molt Iwst Saturday. John Stubrued has had a grainery erected this week. Win, Smith was the builder. Fleak Kldred of Broadhead, Wis., is in the vicinity visiting with his brother. Rosco Kldred. Flek left Rroa dlud in July but visited at dif ferent points in Minnesot More com ing here. Nearly everybody in the vicinity is planning to attend the County fair to be held at Hettipger September 19-20 21. The community will have splend id products to IK* placed on exhibit tit t-he fair. (.'has. Lahius and family spent Sunday with the Decker family at Liberty. Mr. and Mrs. I'. II \ghbe Were at Haynes shopping Saturday. John Stuhrud was a Sunday visitor with W. E. I'annett. Elmer Nickeson and family accom panied 1 y Fred Sweetland of Harold, S. I),, arrived overland in the vicin ity Friday to take up residence on the old farmstead. We feel sure these people re welcomed back lv tlir it tire community. ('ha*. Lahius says this country Is alright only there are so many of these old bachelors around. Certainly, Frank Ketteredge is the nicest looking man in the entire neighborhood. The gentleman recent ly had the hasardous task of discard insf his mustache. Watermelons un ripe and Frank willhave nothing what ever hindering him in relishing the juicy fruit. The Hakke family of Chvndler visit ed Sunday with the Roed's in our vi cinity. Mrs. Andivw Hendrickson 11 ml children, Emma. Earl ant! KUIHJII visited Saturday evening with the Nickson family. The Cedar River Diary Association will hold a Farmer's Institute at tiie Barth Crossing on the Cedar river on September 25th. Every body welcome. For program, etc. watch hand bills. Among First Presbyterian Church. Morning service at 10: 0 a. m. Sunday school at 1145 a. ra. Men's Bible Class at :5:00 p. ni. Christian Kndeavor at 7:(K)p.ni. Evening Services at 7 30 p. m. A cordial invitation is extend to all. Flax —On track. $1,714 to arrive, fl.6~4 Sept.. $1.68 Oct.. $1.59. South 8t. Paul Live Stock. South Si Paul, Sept. 11— Cattle Steers. $6.00'd8 25 cows and heifers, f3.25®6.00 calves. $4.00^10.00 feed ers. $3 50-3 7.00. Hogs—$8.00® 8.85. Sheep--Lambs, $3 f|0|&'(?,35 wethers, $email@example.com ewes, fl 35®3.65. Chicago Grain and Provisions. Chicago, Sept. 11.—Wheat—Sept. 91^e Dec 907/»c May, 9oV Martin Hy ink, minister Baptist Church. IJvMMON 10 30 a. m. Morning worship. 11:30 a. m. Bible School. 8:00 p. m. Evening worship. 8:K) p. m. Thursday evening Prayer meeting arid Krv. Dak's Bible class* Just make yourself at home with us. Phone J-80. Extra Dr. J. E. Doran Will le in Lemmon, at the PAI.ACE HOTEL. Monday, Sept. 23rd. ONE DAY ONLY Hours: a. m. to U p. 111 Consultation and Examination Free on this trip. The great and good work of Dr. Doran in the northwest during the past three years has gained for him a standing that places him in the high ranks of Specialism and merits him the most implicit confidence in every vicinity he has visited in the state. Dr. Doran with Laboratories Hos ton Hlock. Minneaoolis, Minnesota, for the past 15 years is one of the Or iginal lrnited Doctors, who began in South Dakota over two years ago you no doubt have heard of him. pos sibly know him personally through treating you. or some of inur family, if not, ask your neighbors about him. He relies upon th»* recommendation* of his patients treated to bring him his practice, which has grown to be Very extensive. Dr. Doran's laboratory Is conceded to Ih the largest and best equipind in the Northwest. According to hin sys tem no more operations for appendi itis, gall stones, tumors, goiter or certain forms of cancer. Tubercular glands, piles and diseases jiecuHar to both men and women, diseases of the Htomach. intestines, liver, blood, skin, granulated eyelids, r.crves, heart, spleen, kidneys, or bladder, rheumatism, dropsy, ulcers, weak lungs and those afflicted with long standing deep-seated, chronic diseases that have baffled the skill of the family physician, should not fail to call. Married ladies mustcome with their husbands and minors with their fa'.hers. DR. J. E. LEE K Y K S E I A I S of Minneapolis will be in Lemmon, of WHITE BUTTE 10:00 a. m. Bible school. 11:00 a. m. Preaching service 8:00 p. m. Wednesday even ing. Prayer meetinc. Corneal.d brins: your bible. S. THE the Churches. ,-airl L. M. Blackmer, Pastor. L. M. Blackmer. Pastor. Despondency. I«. often caused by indigestion and constipati"". and quickly disappear when Chamberlain's Tablets aretaken For sale by All Dealers. Rev. Paul McBeth, now xnis* sionary superintendent for the northwest district of the M. E. conference of South Dakota, an nounces service* at lemmon Sun day morning and evening. Sept. 15th, and for Cheney Memorial, in the afternoon of that date. D. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. Palace Hotel Glasses fitted to relieve all eye strain which causes head-ache, nervousness and etc. Consulta tion a n examination TREE. Permarent address, 5J58 INlc ollct Ave. MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. All Work Guaranteed. Bids lor Furnishing Coal. The Board of Directors of DeWitt School District No. M, will receive bids for furnishing forty tons good litrnite coal to said school district same to be delivered at its school houses, as dirtcted. Bids heretofore made having been re jee.ted n w bids arp to be made on coal Inciu'iint' deliver* into bin*, and must bt filed, arid delivered to the clerk School District not later then iseptembcr Jl*t l'H2 1'?:»0 Wvf. MKNSINIJ, Clerk oi Dett itt Sri,.,..! Dist. No. 34. Perkins County, S. I' Box S3, Lemmon, s. I) has. Hoohn the Harness man handles CumminK*' Fly Shield, priiarantrcd proleiiion for horse* ajrainst mouth and noise pest*, v i Renter Wanted. Wanted reliable renter to farm the (ietrnan quarter-4 miles from Lerntriori, all broke. For partic 'ilars apply Dr. H. A. Ellis, Lemmon. or J. P. Hudson. Mazo manie. Wis. (iIRL WANTED—jfood girl for general housework in family of three, (iood wafjes to ri^ht per son. Address Mrs. I-. W. Mc Lean, til Sec. St., Bismarck, N. D.