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The Lemmon herald. (Lemmon, Perkins County, S.D.) 1912-1917, October 18, 1912, Image 2

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J. E. LAWLER
RKAL ESTATE
Call on me if you want to buy or
sell at tract.
iMBee over First Nat. Bank
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II K Hr» i*ht f( Bra-.itfht
Braught Investment Co.
10
Lands Bought and Sold
IlKAI. KSTATE LOANS OD COltl- 1
mutation proofs at lowest rat**s I
of interest. No delays. Money
u on hand at ail times.
I!
L. S. Laad Office AnlldlBtf
^Ummon, South Dakota^jj
Guests=i.
Are assured of comforta
Me and perfectly clean
rooms at the
Lcnunon Rooming House
Lod inii by
day or week
S-i.n .St.. between Tice'n and
Si: l.l U'S
Mrs. May Taylor
S L». inni"n. S. L.
An Artistic
Photograph
Artistic 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.
H. L. Simmons
U. S. Commissioner
FILINGS, FINAL PROOFS,
CONTEST HEARINGS
BISMARCK DISTRICT
Office at Selma.
filCKINSON DISTRICT
Office at North Lemmon
P. 0. LEMMON, S. D. Box 346
Homestead Address
STOWERS N.
Land Office Business transacted
Filings. Contests and Proofs.
Isolated Tracts and Script.
Ray W. Conklin
LEMMON. S. D.
REAL ESTATE
AND LOANS
Office:—Five Doors North of
entrance to U. S. Land Office
E O S
ACCURATE .22
CAUGF.R Repeating
Rilie i.: th* WORLD.
Miidu in two models: one
fur Short H. F. car
tridge* the other for .$2
Kiflc li. F.
STEVENS
"VISIBLE LOADING"
RIFLE NO. 70.
Handles IS— .29
Short and 12— .23
lonx rifle cartridges.
Send for handsomely
LIST
PRICE
$•
illustrated Ritle Cata
log and "How to
Shoot
Well".
Order Stevms Rifles—
Pistols and Shotguns
from your Dealer.
J. STEVENS ARMS
& TOOL COMPANY,
P. O. Box S004,
CU1COPEE FALLS, mash
PREMIUM LIST
First Perkins County Fair
LEMMON, S. D.
Tuesday and Wednesday^ V
October 22- 23, 1912
CLASS 1
Registered Draft Hones
Ueg. draft stallion. 4 v ears nr over.
1st premium -00
2nd 2 SO
Keg draft etallioo, 3 years,
1st premium 00
2nd 210
Reg. draft stallion, 2 years.
1st premiWB 3 00
2nd 1
JjJ
CLASS 2
Grade Draft Horses
Brood Mare, colt by side,
1st premium 5 00
2nd 2 50
Hrood Mare, 3 years old or over.
1st premium 2 00
2nd 1 00
Brood Mare, 2 years old,
1st premium 2 00
2nd 1 00
Brood Mare, 1 year old,
1st premium 2 00
2nd 1 00
Brood Maw Colli* 1st premium 2 00
2nd 1 00
Gelding's, 3 years old or over.
1st premium 2 00
2nd 10J
Stallion or geldings, 2 years old
1st premium 2 00
2nd 100
Stallion or geldings, 1 year old
1st premium 2 00
2nd 1 0(
Stallion foal, tat premium L* oo
2nd 1 IN
CLASS 3
Best draft team, ma re or geldings, 5 00
CLASS 4
Light Harness or Carriage Horses
Driving team to harness (mare or
gelding) 1st premium 3 00
2nd 2 00
single driver to harness.
1st premium 2 50
2nd 1 00
Saddle home, isl premium 2 50
2nd oo
Best stallion for producingdrivers.
1st premium 5 00
2nd 2 50
2 year old fl 1 ly or geldiBg,
1st premium 2 00
2nd 00
Best Bunch of Range Horses,
(10 head) 1st premium 10 00
1 yr. old filly or stud colt.
1st premium 2 00
2nd I 00
Filly foal -or atud colt, 1st proa. 2 00
2nd 100
CLASS 5
Mules
Best span of mules, 1st prem 3 00
I 2nd 2 00
Best 2 yr. old mules, 1st 2 oo
2nd 1 00
Best I yr. old mules, 1st 2 00
2nd 100
Best sacking mules, 1st 2 00
2nd 1 00
CATTLE
4 Classes, Shorthorns, Herefords,
Holsteins and Jerseys
Best bull, 2 yrs. old or younger.
1st premium 3 00
2nd 2 00
Best bull over 2 years old,
1st premium 3 00
2nd 2 00
Best cow. lal premium 3 00
2nd 2 00
Best two year old heifer,
1st premium 2 00
2nd 1 00
Best yearling heifer, lal prem. 2 00
2nd 100
SWINE DEPARTMENT
Best boar, any breed, any age
1st premium 3 00
2nd 2 00
Best sow, any bret Uj age
1st premium 3 00
2nd 2 00
Best sow with litter or pigs,
1st premium 3 00
2nd 2 00
Best spring shoat any breed.
1st premium 3 00
2nd 2 00
SHEEP
Beat ram any breed, 1st premium 3 00
9aA 200
All Exhibits for competition must be in places
allotted them by 12:00 noon, Tuesday, Oct. 22d.
Best ewe, 1st
2nd L'
Best ewe and lamb, 1st -hi
2nd »'Mi
Best spring la»nK, 1st I'no
LIGNITE COAL
Largest blcck 3
Best 2 ton 2 "0
POULTRY
Suitable prizes and diplomas will be
given for best pens of three hens ami
cock, or three pullets and cockerel, in
all standard breeds,
t'hickent
,r»0
Keg. draft stallion, 1 year,
1st premium 2 00
2hd 1 0()
Brood Mare, foal by si'1?.
1st premium 5 00
2nd 2 50
we. 3 years old or ei,
'at premium 2 00
2nd 1 on
M|K, 2 y^ai old. 1st premium 2 00
2nd 1 oo
Mare. I year old, 1st 2 0"
2nd 1 o0
Ducks
Geese
Turkeys
Picons
General Display
Be»t general display of *egotal i'^
and grains.'{threshed and in bum:
grown by any one farmer and array
ed a id displayed witH decoration)- in
a farm wagon or booth:
1st Premium 5 00
CLASS 1
Grain
Peek fife wheal, 1st premium 1 (X)
2nd 50
Peck blue stem wheat, 1st premium 1 **o
2nd 0
Peck macoroni wheat, 1st 1 uO
2nd 50
P-ck rye. 1st 1 oo
2nd xi
Peek hulled barley, 1st 1 oo
2nd ~i»
Peck huiless barley, 1st
4
1
oo
Peck buckwheat, 1st 1 00
2nd 50
Peck speltz, 1st oo
2nd '1 "o
Peck wilt resisting
flax, lal 1 oo
2nd 50
Peck Sax, 1st 1 oo
2nd 5o
tJeck German millettl.st Ion
2nd .'o
Peck Hunifarta®
4
CLASS 2
Vegetables and Fodder Plants
Half bu white potatoes, 1st prem. 1 00
2nd 50
Half bu. red potatoes,jilst 100
2nd 50
Half bu. sugar beets, 1st 100
2nd 50
Half bu. mangel-wurzel, 1st 1 00
2nd 60
Half bu. rutabagaa, 1st 100
2nd 60
Peck onions, 1st 1 00
2nd
4 my
2nd 50
1st 1
2nd 50
Peck broom corn 1st 100
2nd 50
fen ears white rice corn,
1st premium 1 00
2nd 5o
Ten ears white dent corn,
1st premium 1 00
2nd
i4
Four bead eabbafe,
1st '1
2nd
1st
2nd
1st
2nd
1st
2nd
1st
2nd
1st
2nd
1st
2nd
1st
2nd
let
2nd
1st
2nd
1st
2nd
Four plants kale,
Four califlowers,
50
Ten ears yellow flint Mo*,
1st premium 1 00
2nd 50
Ten ears yellow dent corn,
1st premium 1 00
2nd 50
Ten ears pop corn, 1st premium 1 00
2nd 50
Half gal. white beans, 1st premium I 00
2nd 50
Peck green field peas, 1st 1 00
2nd 50
Gal. white field peas. 1st I 0o
2nd 50
Ten stalks of corn, with corn,
1st premium 1 00
2nd 50
Bundle or sheaf wheat, six la.
in diameter, 1st premium 100
2nd 50
Bundle or sheaf rape, six in.
in diameter, 1st premium 1 00
2nd 50
Bundle barley, six in. diamatar,
1st premium 1 00
2nd 50
Bundle oats, six in, iitp
1st premium 1 00
2nd 50
Bundle or sheaf millet, 9ifk*diamn
1st premium 1 00
2nd 50
Bundle or sheaf flax, lal premium 1 00
2nd 50
sheaf macaroni, 1st 100
2nd 50
Four toads lettuce,
Celery (6 plants),
Rubarb (6 stems),
Pepper,
Tu rains,
Beata,
Parsnipa,
Muskmetoaa.
1
Peck carrots* 1st 100
2nd 60
Ten stalks fodder corn, 1st 1 00
2nd 60
Bundle timothy grass, eight in,
in diameter, 1st prem. 1 00
2nd 50
Bundle alfalfa, 1st 00
2nd ftO
Alfalfa plant, with root*, 1st pram.! 00
2nd
1 00
50
1 00
50
1 00
50
1 00
50
1 00
50
1 00
50
1 00
50
1 00
50
1 00
50
1 00
50
1 00
50
Watermelons, (ripest, hweetest)
1st premium
2nd
Tomatoes,
1 00
50
I 00
5*)
1 00
1st pr?m
2nd
Quart peas,
1st
2nd
1st
2nd
1st
2nd
1st
2nd
1st
2nd
Quart beans,
Squash,
Largest pumpkin.
Do&en cucumbers,
M)
1 00
50
1 00
50
1 00
60
00
60
Domestic Science
Best loaf bread, lii-xt and seoOod
diplomas.
Best Dozen Parker House Rollk, flril
and second diplomas.
Best cakes, no frosting, first and
second diplomas.
Best cake, first and sweond diplomas,
Bent White Loaf cak«, (test attd sec
ond diplomas.
l»oht
Angel
Food ftaktt, first and
second diplomas*
Bust Devil# |food faint) Ofst
second diplouriftf,
Hi-st Apple (Ha, i#l Md
diplomas.
Iient CusUtd fl^st awd
diploiiius,
ll«nt
innlmfff fHm,
50
dlptoiiuis,
Hfcst
diplomas
Must tsuliff
Uf gbi tthtUtf
y«*r» old, est $n,a tmntifi
VruU* tw4 t' «*r#f4f§
M#rt f/./. »•*,»_. i
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iMti* ft.*.*
Owing to the fact that the South Dakota
Medical Law, does not permit non-resi
dents to practice in the State, I will have
office during this visit, at the old State-Line Herald
office, just opposite the Depot. All persons having
defective eye-sight or need their glasses changed or
renewed will please call.
j! Saturday, October 26, 1912.
I-KM ON,
Com
in
g!
D-D-SUIM
Optical Specialist
of Fargo,
N. Dak.
Will Be in
LEMMON
Saturday,
Oct. 26
Examining Eyes
Fitting Glasses
SPECIAL
$1
Sale
FAIR WEEK ONLY
$1.00 Bottle Retail "93" Hair Tonic
.25 Jar Rexall Shampoo Paste
.50 Pkg. Violet Dulc Vanishing Cream
.50 Pkg. Violet l)ulcTalcum Powder
.25 Pkg. Violet Dulc Toilet Powder
.50 Bottle Palmer's Toilet Water
.50 Jar Palmar's Cold Cream
.25 Bar Palmar's Toilet Soap
.50 Tube Lilly's Dental Paste
.25 Tooth BruHh $ .25 Nail Brush
Bottle Macomber's Lilac Cream
1 Keen Kutter Jr. Safety Razor
I Colgate* Shaving Stick
mum
Choice of any Copyright Book now in Stock
$1.00
IMacomber & Co.
DRUGGISTS
SHEEP CREEK
Now offers the best
Lignite Coal
R00 per Double Box. $1.25 per
W. M. Anderson,
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
I $1.00
$1.00
Soath Ds
1
MINE
Single
Bo
owner

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