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jjr Tuesday Main Undertaking AT THE Boston Store Is still on. Big attract ion for Prudent Buyers. Rare Bargains in all de partments. Thousands anc* Rash of Dollars worth of Stock going at Sacrifice Prices. Splendid pportu nity to stock »P with Things You Need for the Winter at Money Saving id Bros LEMMON, s. D. Inside Closets Use SANI-FLUSH Grain Bags! EXTRA HEAVY American A Grain Bags We purchased a large lot of these Bags before the advance of the cotton market, and will offer the same on Sale during the Perkins County Fair at Lemmon, and Wednesday, Oct. 22d and 23d at the low price of 20 Cents per Bag. The Grand Leader Street, Lemmon, S. 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 Ike Closing Out Sale D. SOMETHING NEW IN LYCEUM WORK Cambridge Players Unlike Other Entertainers. The Cambridge Players represent a new Idee in Lyceum work, not only in the nature of the program and the manner of preparing it. but also in its method of presentation. After coaching with Ellas l)ay, the company Rave a full year under hia direction in selecting their mittori&l and preparing It Tor piattorm use. It la. therefore. wholly unlike any other offered by lyoeum companies. The program wan rehearse"! almost daily for a year and given about W times in public before they began their regular Lyceum work. The re pult is that every Lyeum committee accords them the highest praise, a •ample of the expressions being. "The most delighted audience that ever as (temb'ed In our opera house" "We -^0 hook them for a return date at •tme and crowd the house on two 5 ny -•ire" "No company ever gave lays n *. i., "Hal •atlafactlon. •uch univei p,UB|r8i merit, as w«ll and dramatic aft. as the beet hum are well represent*. 1,1 I!spotted (reward. dragging Makes them Clean Wholsomc and Sanitary. Perkins County Circuit Court If brevity be the soul of wit then and we say this most re spectfully the October session of circuit court for Perkins coun ty, was a most original joke. It was generally supposed that court would last at least a week, but as it proved, barely an actual day was required,'Judge Carpenter making a clean sweep of such cases on the calendar where one or the other party were unpre pared. The jury were called for but one case, but even in that, the Court took the matter out of their hand ?, rending decision for plain tiff on legal points. This was the case o Sheriff Anderson vs. Braaten & Braaten for fees. Owing to the fact that court sat just prior to an election no naturalization cases were consid ered, such being the demand of the law regulating naturaliza tions. Judge Carpenter will prob ably hear these cases soon after election at a special sitting. The Dan Sears case was dis missed, States Attorney Stanley showing that as the testimony must needs follow the line of that in a previous case against the defendant, in which the state failed to make out a case, and no new evedence being obtain able. a conviction was not likely. The Pegan larceny case went by defauit, defendent failing to appear, and this failure forfeit ing his bond. Claude and Buris Brown, the parties who had been arrested for obstructing the road near their places, having gotten into eutanglement with parties pass ing there, pleaded guilty to as sault, and were fined $50. The Andrew Steel rape case was continued over until spring term. The case against Mike Rashid, assault, was dismissed on motion of defendant's attorney, Ixtgan Berry, irregularities in the lower court being shown. In the case against Mat Fara gini it was shown that the defen dant is ill at Minneapolis in a hospital, and a continuance was granted The Peter Manderfield case was ikewise continued, on informa tion filed. Of the civil calendar some elev en were speedly settled one way or another, and the business of the court came to a close. Near ly all interested parties had oc casion to be home by Tuesday evening. Owing to the fact Pro*iain STRAYED From Quam.nieP'® ten cent feed barn, earlv Sunc morning, Oct. 13, a red and white cow, red head and neck, spot in fore head twine rope. If taken up please notify Jacob Allen, Lemmon. for libera! 1 tp Teachers' Examination Special examination for state I certificates only will be hold at: Bison November Hth and WJi. No questions will le giyen in the I common branches. At least a 1 first grade, of this or other state, Bmust All be held by applicant. F. S. Salisbury, Co. Supt. 1 hat in a number of cases parties were not prepared to try promptly to war rant Judge Carpenter to hold the jury at the expense of the county for convenience of contestants, [the jury was promptly dis charged. Tomorrow Judge Carpenter land Stenographer Linstad leave for Mcintosh, where a special session of circuit court will be held next week. Avoid Sedative Cough Medicines. If you want to contribute directly to the occurrence of capillar* bronchitis and pneumonia use couth medicines that contain codine. morphine, heroin. and other sedatives when jou have a cough or eld. An expectorant like 'hamberiain's Couah Remed) is what is needed. That cleans out the cul-ICall ture beds or breeding places for the p-jnch germs of pneumonia and other germ diseases. That is why pneumonia result* from a cold when ham bet]a.ln's Cough Remed,\ i- umcI persons sight, or aQ C. A. INGALLS, Cook Locals. We are enjoying the tioest weather here at took and farmers are eertain taking advantage of it, W. F. Scenessler employee at the Merrys' coal tfcine was at his home Sunday. Rev, A. Olson was at Bowman the early pa*t of the week where he »««Ut. eu in a three davS service Carl Dokken was at ,,n business last Munda.v. C. Kroneman spent NutuUi the vicinity of Liberty. Ray D. Laflin. representative of the North Dakota Hotter Fannin# as sociation, is in the vicinity these days And while here he is assisting the edar River Hait,\ association in lad ing a good stronghold lor the futurei Misses Ida and Josephine Kllihgson were quests at the Crystal Farm home last Saturday. Carl '»lson was at ??n v»h-„ U u busi ness last Saturday. Erick Samson ha- tin -ytnpathy of all the young people in the neighbor hood in his rwcent losses just as to what they arc, Krick does not inform us deflnately, but we have reason to believe it's enough to drive any af feu ted person to the ••union patch" for relief. John Ktubrued was at Liberty last Wednesday on business. Will Hawley was a patron ii A. II. Dokken was at lemmon en business Saturday. Joe Meiers was a Thursday evcnin caller at the M. P. R-ed home ,, points, especialh at O. B. Severson, of Hettinger, «... Rudolph Reinhardt, ot Calmer, la., arrived Saturday with his family and his car of machinery and household good s We are sure they will And a ready welcome by the entire neighbor hood. Get your season ticket now. Cambridge Players 1st number, Monday night, October 21st. Mrs. Anna Bergren, of Spo kane. who has been visiting this week with her daughter Mrs. Harry Riis, leaves for St. Paul this evening. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hilt, who recently returned from Montana, have taken charge of the Round up resturant, and as Mr. Hilt is a tried and experienced resturant man, the place will doubtless soon revive its old time popular ity. To the Hilts, many f^emite-n friends wish abundant success. Messrs. Shuttleworth and Wick ware, of Bison, respectively re publican candidates for register of deeds and treasurer of Perkins county, were visitors in the city over Sunday. Everyone is going to the Ar* mory Monday night. It PAYS everv farmer to see the First State Bank for Farm Loans. Our many satisfied cus tomers is ample proof that it PAYS to see the First. State. It bus ft yrorld wide repulalion f'»r its ines. It contains no morphine or other sedative For -ale by All Deal- Optician Coming 1) 1). Sullivan, Optical Spoeiat- F. A. or write to the Bank, Cashier. AUCTIONS Edward O. Holland announces an auction at his place Wednes day, Octoljcr 30th, Hfs place is some three miles southwest of Liljerty. Messrs. as. II. Lemmon and ist. of Fargo, will visit Lemmon John TTawley has brought in a personally. Saturday, Oct. 26th. fine bunch of some 75 milch cows, having defective eye- chosen with special care in Min- who need their glasses nosota, and will sell these atj changed or renewed should call auction Saturday, October 26th, see him. (Mftce at Palace!to the farmers who evprct to 'enter more largely upon dairying. I St ll'.MMON, South Dakota. Congressman Martin Visits Lemmon. Congressman Martin visited the city Saturday evening last, makimg an address at the Armo ry opera house to a most appreci ative audience, and resting here over Sunday. Owing to the fact that a number of Lemmon peo ple were out of the city, the at tendance at the meeting Satur day was not as lar#c as the honored guest deserved, but those who came made up for lack of crowded house in giving the speaker the most intense atten tion. Mr. Martin's address is spoken of as of a high degree of merit. Mr. Martin spoke boldly for re publican principles, showing how the republican platform guaran tees especially to the agricultu rist that stability of prices so greatly desired for food stuffs, in contrast wilh the democratic platform, which aims to reduce the cost of these items for the masses of the east to the detri ment of the western producer's income. tin deadlight coal mine Monday. Farmers are busy threshing and cut ting dax. iKJegaard and Steinwuag are, close students of the Swamp Root Almanac these days. Give u* om- lab -i n port, boys. Monday morning Mr. Martin continued his itinerary south ward. making Meadow. Cold Springs and other places during the day and ending at III. on tor the night. The next day the trip was continued, ending in Harding county. Those who were with him report appreciative audiences in goodly number at nearly all in the vacinitj the early part of lastj Kroni Lemmon Mr. Martm was week looking after political interests. accompanied by Messrs. liberty, Martin Roed hauled a load of wheat Tscbai ner, Murphy. _i. E. Lem to [jemmon Saturday. mon Karl Henderson, who tib.l on ,t quarter of government land mm (•rand River, S 11., left Tuesday take up residence on his claim. Dakota Township will re-erect the foot bridge, which was swept out by the spring Hoods. The bridge is a very important crossing, near Conrad Reindhardt's place and is used most ly by children going to and from school. .John Stensland of low i here looking after interests |k i tiiniin his claim. Meadow, B(|| a)H xhv Shuttlewofth and Wick* ire. It PAYS every farmer to see the First State Bank for Farm Loans. Our many satisfied cus tomers is ample proof that it PAYS to see the First State. Call or write to the Bank, F. A. Finch, Cashier Toi Wing's City Cafe Short Orders a Specially I rvl hi lijf Clean tud I'alatal Lodging in Connection City Hotel Building n St. Lrmmon, K. Ik. Mrs. May Taylor MODISTE Invit.es the ladies to call at her millinery parlor and inspect her stock of Latest Fall Millinery Just in from Chicago hotjs. Personal supervision in all our work. We remodel old ha*s, using vour materials to best advantage a lowest prices. Steam and French l)r\ Cleaning, a Specialty. Main Street Adjoin lAmm/in inj sumnfiwin s livllllllvll. Cooper's Reduced Coal Rates Partics hauling coal will do well to visit the Cooper mine. Easy of Access BEST of COAL 14 in. lUx load $1.25 2.00 jn Rqx Located 12 1-2 miles due north of Lemmon, S. D. J. S. Cooper. ,s%.*I®|fS: ?fP t&VK V v ?v,.