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st been sick since. My sister
tuniiich trouble -and was a I so
Deere Sulky and
FTTNP. OF ALL RIDING PLOWS
Times as many in Use as of Any Other Stvle of
Make of Riding Plow
GOOD FOR A GENERATION
y you should buy
A good plow is the best investment on a farm- and the
cannot be too Kood. Poor plowing, heavy draft, or a
w that goes into a scrap heap five years before it should,
s into your profits. There are several everyday reasons
\ew Deere Sulky and Gang Plows
They have the only Combination Foot and Hand Lift on
market. Adjustable Seat. Better Steel used in con
duction throughout. No cast iron parts. Ease of manasre
nt Dust proof Wheel Boxes. Good high Wheels. Easy
°il- Equal distribution of weight on
Vy.iiVl points oi llcl'lt.
bhsiUta u ill find that the name, "John Deere"
,v any plow insures a lasting saving to you in service and
-FORE YOU SPEND YOUR GOOD MONEY
KIRA PLOW, COME AND SEE THEM
uaKota Implement Co.
Fit His Case Exactly Notice of Mortgage Sale
itn f.ith -r was about six
h" n-a an :io vei tiemeut ct
in ilie paper
t* th, At K.
ST Nov. 18th, between
urn and the Shoekovv place,
es north, a black fur ov^r
with white Wombat cuffs
collar green duck lining,
will greatly ublige by
ig ai Herald Office or Henry
Lemmon, S D.
to .vour cellar v. hile they are
eap and the season
«ir being moved. Green's Flour
I Feed store has just received
w carloads of choicest varie
Flake ..ii hilt ,se
"at green's Flour am] Feed
Wholesale and Retail,
brands of flour are made
•the best :rani the Dakotas
WED, FARM LOANS.
"rompt attention r.o de
money always ready,
or write Brauffht In
^stnient Co., Land Office
1 contracted a
wld which settled on mv lungs
•''•'at deal of itrniov-
would have lud coughing
my hinys wen. so sore and
1 tejfan Ik- seriouslv a
a friend recommended Ch'am-
R-medy. saving she
ypitrs. I bought a lot-
•.and in ™v coujfli the first
a Was mv
V 1 ?ri,J Suwtelle,
'"rsaie l.,v ,\li 1), al^r.
Whereas, default has l»evn mauc in the condi
tions of a certain motivate. made, executed unu
delivereu L»y F. J. I'urriitkion &. Co., a corpora
tion, of tne State of Nemaska, vwtn its iriu j
p.d jUce .»* tjusviue-s in tnv i ity ol Omaha, *V
U'udivU. luorifcUfcor, to D. L-. ojuII. whose jk»
otUcc address is MOUX City. Wu*xtbur Count
Iowa, inorUraipc**. dated on the 2itn day of July
A. D. iyiu. and liled in the ottlc® jf tne Ketn-Ur
of Deeds of Pcrkih* County. South Dakota. J»»
the 12 day of November. A. D. IIH" at ».'» A.
and recorded in Hook ..Mr- i't. cm pp. *iui and
6t*2. of the record? of said orticc, naiii niorlKHKW
havinn theieiofore duly rtirnphed villi the laws
of the State of South Dakota ii-Utiw to foreign
iorpoiation tiling a u|y of it' ai tn l*M u ith
the secretary of said State of Stout n UukMu, .k u
appointing an atient rt^niir.R in ^aid state on
whom service of process might be made in any
action against said v ot poi ation, und tiling a cop
of such appointment in the ofhee ot the Register
of ieeih «»i the county where said agent resided,
Ugreeal ly to the statute in such a&e made and
Wnereas, default has been made in the condi
tions of said mortgage* which default consists in
the non-payment of tne interest on the principal
secureii thereby, to-wit: $o'i.OO, due July ii*», tml,
and due July 25. UU2, and furtner default
haB been made in the payment of the taxes ab
r^eBsed upon the premises rir:-«'nbed in nain mort
gage, f«»r tite ears lt»10 and i.di, anl rea.soii
tnercof tiic said mortgagee, pursuant to the pro
visions of said mortgage, han elected todecJan
and docs hereby declare tne whole sums secuieu
by said mortgage, l*»th principal and interest, to
be due anil payable
Wl, rah, there is claimed to be due on ^aidmoi t
i«e the d.ito of this notice, the sum of
to-wit, principal. interest, ami
£ta.-l5 the amount necessardy paid by mortgagee
her 17th, iy^2. to redeem the property de
acriUil in said mortgage 1
rum sale of the r«an»e
fur «. IH!qUe:it laXfcS theyai: unU 1^-1
..\-amK.* u*c .ui lucrsum oi UU, attorney's tees,
aoU tne cu-it toieciosuie stipulated in sai
mortgaK^-ar.a ^rwviu«a by law una
Wnereas, no action or proceeding at law, or
o hifwiii1. iias l^et instHMteii to recover tht
ni..ri'"»y »e ureu v aid ih«m or any part
NOW. TliEKtbOKE. N»»tice is Hereby tJiven
that by virtue of the power of sale in said mort
gage contained, and duly recorded, as aforesaid,
ai.ci pursuant to tht stalut»' suth case u.ade
ano provided, the said moit^age v\di be foi tn lus
ed by a dole of the mortgaged premises inerein
dtj cricK'O. and s u i tnortgagetl pre/nines wnl U
sold at public auction by the aiienfl of tin v.'ounty
of iVrkinn. in the State ol south Dakota, at the
front door of the Court House, in the town ol
Bison, I'erkins ounty. Sojth DuKOta. on the
lbth cay of J)ecember, A. V. 1912, at 1:(Kj o.t Iock
P. M. of saii day, to satisfy the md int that shall
then be due on *aid mortgage, ana the sum se
cured thereby, together with the cost* and ex
cuses of foreclosure, including the statutory
attorney s fees stipulated in said mortgage and
provided by law, in case of foreclosure thereoi.
The lands and premises described in said mort
gage. and so to be sold, are situated in the Coun
ty ol i'orkiiiS, in the State of South Dakota, ami
are described as follows, to-wu: Lous tine 11
and Two !.2j and the South KastQuarter iStC i-4i
of t!.« N« rtl. Eat Quarter LNfc)t-4j of Section
Number One I J. Township N umber Seventeen
[17). North of Kange Number Kiitu n UM. bast
of the lilack Hills Meridian, and containing One
Hundred and Twenty
«rs everywhere u
for Tra w
^aJ- in five styles
and illustrated and
l-hj acres, more or less,
ai c^tdinp to gov
nnu nt survey.
Dated thi-.^nd diy of October. A. U.
I.». *. SHIUjL. Mortgagee.
Shull, Farnsworth. Saminis &
MRS. DANIEL E. SiCKLES.
Will Settle All Existing Judg
ment* Against Aged Hutband.
ESTRANGED FOR MANY YEARS
General and Mrs. Sickles Reported to
Have Made Up.
New York. Dpt. funeral Daniel
E Sickles will be able to keep all ot
hi« eherishod relics and mementoes
of his lengthy life. He ^nd his wife,
from whom he has been estranged for
yeara, have made up, it is announced.
Mrs. Sickles has paid $3,500 as
enrnest payment that phe will settle
a" of the e\i«tlng Judgmonts against
tba warrior. The general has refused
to admit that this is so, hut a friend
that hp Bent for Mrs. Sickles and
tlnir son. Stanton, and as soon as
tlicv met they kissed and effrrted (hp
long looked for rrronrtlifition.
The sale of the Sickles relics has
been postponed by the sheriff until
Dec. 12 and in the meanwhile, it is ex
pelted, the judgment will be returned
Frank M, Ryan Questioned About
L. Jolby, Vermillion, S. i). Attorneys for Mort
Sheriff of PerkiraCounty
Soutn Dakota and Age i n
Pirit Pub. Oct. 2£th. I-'"'
Stfttc of Soutli Dakota
In Justice Court
Before C. L. Wi^iams
JuBtice of th I'oac
County of Perkins
First5t-»te Bank of Lemmon
J. O. Str^r
i ^ute Soutn arvota senas grectm«
J. O. Strert, dei«-mluut:
You are hereby s immoned to appear befote me
at my office in the City o' Lotnmon. in said coun
ty. on the :jitl day of le»enver. A. D. l'.M'-'. at i
o'clt.»c» a. n» to answer the complaint ot tl
above named plamti who claims to reco er »f
you the sum of O.ie indred -IUK»- Dollars. !e
ing the amount due MI a certain promisory note
executed and delivered by you to the gaid plain*
tiff on October ttth, H»ll. and due November 1st.
1911, v* hi^h you ugi 1 to pay, on u hich payment
hn.-'oeen ie:nar-':«d and y i refused, and you
re er^py notiiicd ih *t ii oa fail apf ear
answer as above e^uired said plaintiff win take
)ui«'!»ent against you for the sum of One ii
jd'-ed l$.w\ Dollars, together with costs ano
Given under my hand 29th day of November,
A D., 1912.
Justice of Mie IVace and
1 for Porkin.-« county. S. D^k.
To the -herilf or any constable of ^aid Perkn.*
1 Ciunty, (ireeting
I Make legal service hereof and due retnrn,
Login Berry. Attorney for
The above case ii adjourned to December ,1sth
1912, at lu o'clock a. m.. for the purpose of giv.
tng ti-ne to serve the summons by puWit tit n.
Juatic^of thr Pea e.
If you are going to the city
soon phone or write us to reserve
a room for you at the Beaufort
Hotel, Minneapolis. Minn.
Indianapolis, Dec. 5.—Charges that
Prank M. Ryan, president of the Iron
Workers' union, find Frank C. TVebb
'fork, a union nfflrfal, helped
an arrnsed dynamiter to escape were
made in the cross examination of
Ryan by the government at the dyna
mite conspiracy trial.
It was brought oul that George
O'Donnell, an iron worker, after an
explosion on a bridge at Somerset,
Mass., in June, 1908, was convicted of
attempting to kill and that after his
release from the penitentiary he
The schooncr 'eft Thompson. Mich
Nov. 21 for Chicago, with Christina
trees. In the fortnight just pa
there hav 1
on the la' e
ARMED POSSE IN PURSUIT
Search Made for Unknown Man Who
Attacked Illinois Girl.
Danville, III Dec. 5.—Arn^d r. en
led by bloodhounds from PanMile and
Georgetown are searching for a ma
who waylaid and attacked Miss Muv
Thomas, ated fifteen, daughter at
Frank M. Thomas, vice president of
the United Mine Workers.
The attack occurred near WestvilJr
Mlss Thomas, in fighting off her as
sailaiit. suffered a broken wrist.
TO GIVE PEOPLE
THE LAST WChJ
Sniator Bristdw mrtd Le-
jal'ze Judicial Recalls.
CURBS SUPREME COURT
Propetes That Arty Aflt of Congreai
Declar Invalid by Hlgheet Tribunal
Be Submitted to Cltctora for Final
Washi- gton. Pet. 5.—The tnHiative
*n4 the recall of judicial decisions, a*1
amendments to the federal constitu
tlon, were proposed bv senator Bris
tow In r.- soli|Hnn« IttM before th- «f"i
Scn.l'"!' ':•,« lir-t CS'.I .!• 'U1
would permit the president to submit
to popular vote at a congressional elec
tion any measure he has recommend
•d to congress and upon which no
action has been taken for six months.
The efond would provide that If
the supreme court shall decide a laM
enacted by rongress I? in violation ft
the provisions of the constitution of
the United States, the congress, at .i
regular session held after such dc
cision, nny sulmiit the act to the ole
tors at a regular congressional ele
Under each amendment it is pre
posed th it the question submilted tc
the people must have a majority of the
popular vote In a majority of the
states, a^ well as in a majority of the
congressional districts of th«» nation
Itl support nf hlr, amendment affect
ing decisions of the supreme court
Senator Bristow declared thai it would
"give to the people an opportunity to
state whether they desire the law
enacted liy congress and approved bN
the president tn stand as the lam
exi'l i.' O: v ii! i n| Ml 1(4
BERGER REVIEWS ELECTION
PierlntB Bir) SoC'd'lst Gams Four
\X !i ii i I Dec. f. 111 r«
the fact i hai me Socialist party will
not. bo represented In the next con
gross, Representative Victor I.. Be.
ger of Wisconsin, defeated candidal
for re-election, issued a statement re
viewing SodaUM gains in the past
election and predicting a gain
caped service of papers charging hi'
District Attorney Miller charge
Ryan and Webb with helping O'Dmi
noil to "make a getaway.' Ryan in!
mitted the union paid several thou
sand dollars to O'Donnell i m
ployed lawyers in his behalf
HAO FIFTEEN ON BOARD
All Hope Abandoned fci" Over-due Lake
Chicago, Tec. —The three-masted
schooner Rouse Simmons, with Cap
tain Herman Schuenemann and crew
of fifteen, has been given up a8 lost
by local shipping interests and gov
ernment marine officials.
WANTED IN ROSENTHAL CASE
RABBIT HUNTING IS DEADLY
Nine Mea Killed and Thirtythree
Wounded in Ohio.
Cleveland. Dec 5—The twenty-day
rabbit hunting season in Ohio, which
has cost nine lives.
In addition Ihirfy-three have been
wounded. A large proportion of t.he»e
have lost an eye, an arm. a hand or
a leg in the many aceidents.
Japanese Cabinet Resigns.
Tokio, Dec. 5.—Premier Salonji and
the other members of the Japanese
cabinet resigned as a result of tbe
crisis brought about by the difficulty
of finding a successor as war minister
to Lieutenant General Uyehera. It is
expected that cither Prince Taro Kat
sura or Lieutenant General Count Te
rauchi. Japanese governor general of
Korea, will be Mk»d to form a new
Will Olve Fortune to
Save Wayward Qirte.
BIG GIFT FOR BIG SISTERS
Mr*. William K. Vanderbilt, Sr i'.
iaea fr00,000 Endowment
N' ""'irk, !e Annotiio nt
•f .i i of $,".! or the
tnei I I he R|g |. I. I to put i
gani/ation i permanent basis is
expected i nr made at the antiunl
meeting, v i William K. Vanderbilt,
Sr who founded the movement, will
announce her intention of giving he
big gift lo the otvanizatioti. it a as
Staled, and at the same time tell of
the plans for the home for girls
the establishment of which she hri'i
000 votes in the next
"The Socialists cannot cliion
district until tboy have an absolute
majority of all the votes there,'' sai
Berger. "A simple plurality will nf
do us. because the old parties will fo
get their differences and Join ham)
as soon as the\ find the working rl?..
wants to give- expression to !,•••
ests in the political field
SHIPOWNERS OPPOSE BILt
Appear Before Senate Committee
Against Pending Measure.
Washing'on, Dec. 5 rComplete a-i
hority over ihe men in liicir emplo.1
is the demand of the l.,ake Carriers'
i, iielation. representing the majoiii
shipowners on the (Ireal Ijikes. be
for. 'be I. i i on in Hi. I'|.
ser in 'V 'O Iii. ii'i
"We are convinced the committee
will recommend our bill," said Andrew
FnrpiiPth, president of the Seamen's
or,ion. "The committer ai
The chief points thus f, d' 1^1
the seamen's favor In Ibis bill is theii
right to quit their jobs while in port
Thi? puts an end to punishment for
4ps rt ion
The WM o ii,,-. »rganizio
almilar to Big T-o
The committee inquires Into
of girls brought before Ihe el,
Court who are not positively
For these the Big Sisters pi"
home and a guardian, who n
eye on their welfare.
FOR PREVENTION OF FLOODS
Washington, Dec.. 5.- President Tr.
told the delegates to the Nation
Rivers and Harbors Congress In «e
alon here that he was opposed to ai
scheme of improvement for the MI
alssippi river which did not 'oex
piate as a primary object the p"
ing of floods.
The pies'.dent made the opt..* .* u
dress at the congress. Tie favored tT
•xpenditure by the United States go
ernmont and the in the
nlppi valley of hi
Samuel Kramer Captured in Ch. ^v
After Deap»rate Fight
Chicago. Dec. -amuel i i
ag«d twenty-thr'e, --anted
York as acressoi after the i'
the Rosenthal murder, was i"
here by f'hlcago detectives
desperate resistance in whi' n i
mer was beaten unconscious, v
on lelegraphie Information fi
V rU tha detect Ives found Kr i ,o
n:: in a house on the West
He was charged with ha v.:
TV., Vf.T Vc.rk ntitb
h, n: -t K-- n-
COLONEL GRACIE IS DEAD
On* of Last Pa&serigers to Leave the
York. I)f --Coione' A
laid Gracie of Washington, one of th.
last passengers to leate the sinking
Titanic, died in a private hospital here.
Colonel Oracle went do«*n with tue
vessel, hut on coming to (lie surface
found a liferaft on which he after
«ard helped o'herB.
His famiW Is prominent in New
York. Washington and Mobile, Ala.
Hazing- Ends In Fatal Fight.
Springfield, Mo., Dec. 5.—Bryan
Crane, sixteen-year-old son of Dr. T.
V. Crane of this city, is dead at a
hospital of two knife wounds in the
abdomen inflicted following a hazing
party at Morrisville college. Millard
Copdand, a twenty-six-year-old divin
ity student, ia under arraat charged
with the stabbing.
fr,0,iiiMi,nn(l fnr 11 oveniet
So far erway
*pre eon I ihe preside
bis aprov,/ iid li- lackim
riuld show as
case and a necessliv
the Misslsuppi Val'ey states.
GRAIN AND PROVISION PTi:
and on 11
14 Vic Ma.
11 %c May. 23c
Jan., $10.27-a IS '.a
20^ 31c. K:-: I
tered Oyp the Blood and "ii
parinns in his Brook'
the Rosenthal shooting
R. R. Passenger Time Table
Chtcsio, Mihvaukc- and Pugct Sound
at Lcmnioo, S
.. .ST nor.vi
No. -10 04 «, ,D
No. W a I- Ml
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Dr. J. T. Layrie
m: ivijs i
Minnesota State I
O i 'i i ll s) N.ii MM.!! I lit!
I.EMMON. s. l.
F. C. Tottcn
rin sn i\-s
Lemmon, 6. 1
S A N
I'hj'sii .iii in..
Kooiiis First .Naiioiui'
Chicago, De 1 Cattie
fs.70"511.00 Texas steers, $4.1
Western steers, $f. 5009.20
end feeders. $4.8"^jT7.#.j
heifers. $2.«0if/7.65 ca
50. Hogs Light, |7.2
$7.25f?7.70 heavy. $7,2'
$7.25i®7.45: pigs. $5 2r.@7.2».
Native, $3.7504.65 yearlings.
6.35 lambs, $email@example.com.
Minneapolis, Dec, 4.—Wheat—Dec.,
g0%c May, 85%c. Cash close on
track: No. 1 hard, %Z%r Np. 1 North
ern, 81%@8»%c: to arrire, 8H U
829ic No. 2 Northern, 78?*©81%c
No. S Northern, 77%®7S%c No. 3
yellow com, 43'^045c No. 4 "r.rv.
41042%c No. 3 white oats, 30®3u'4c
to arrive, 30o No. 3 oats, 27
parley, 40®58c flax. $1.26V4 *r
Dr. O. W. i'helps
Physician ami i-uiiitu*
O E I
President Favors Expending 0
000 on the Misalssipp
i N i 'i
a w y e
Itll lilll V I I «f I |1 *.
XL A'I HkOWN lib'
Lund Oiiice Buildiut
J. F. 1*11111 Gl'O^S
Ho ary Pubh
Try Our Baths
ig^an( .aundi u
iity Harler Shop
., Ni a 11 t-r
j. i i. 3 .'fi baIvO 1
I i iMKKIt
The Minneapolis Dollar-Hotel
200 MODERN ROOM"?
Located in Heart of I3t»
S I N E A E
CUROPLAN, PAT-: f'/' TWO r-fsons $1.50
PRIVATE 0 ATRT ANO TOLLFT C*TRA
ANO FIREPROOF CONSTRUCTION
(iNftUWANCE tttr.OUCS »^OWV NO tlVCS
fVEft COST A V!'H.KALLD 6'-ikw:fO.}
rvr»f nooM has hot and COlO
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