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v I \K' 3 GKALH BFLT 4§' BRAND OF Miw/pm js BRTWTVOCO MLV.CAPCUS.1 S A C. S. HODSOIS DISTRIBt TOR LEMMON, SO. DAK. This is Store Polish Should IT'Staken different froi others because mure a-e1 is in tbe znfa^ing n the raateriilj used are higher grade. Black Silk Stove Polish a 1 anf. cTVy fv-:? i crC~t il, .u ... -1-- uc tr t«'r .1 rs lcr-r 11 CT'..nnry tv lfvH on ..izs^ife 6t v n a ad tc. h\ nrdv'-ro cr I zr-c. ry tier.) rs. Ai wo #*k isatrkJ. L.*-cU o*» jw.ITeook •low*, v e'-v- «-e y r-u r-~rr !f y •»'f I it t: b«»t Mikli yoo erer •.'••1. fwjr i'*^nr «j f'f-l ytw iij- r' i. i I. v't .k v. vlu4L Ef. dt. ,*.i hqu«d or pftbio--ono /. Dlack Silk Store Po!Uh Wori:» Starliac^ E.'ioou T7« Mtecfc ft Ml Iron i 'utc«, r. ^Uit. r».«^0Te-fj p* 1'- i"fl No 93 w*y v« u rwring. riekd QM«e AOIoODtOflB. Shine in Every Drop" Farmers, Attention! During January and February I can be found at my office in Lemmon. John Marshall will have charge of the Petrel eleva tor and will be there every day. I had advertised to keep open two days each week, ao bear in mind the change. 31 F. A. FINCH. fOR SALE One J. f. Case engine, 20hor3e power, mostly all new. 1 John Deere engine gang, six plows, 1 set stubble bottoms, 1 set break ers, 2 water tanks. For parti culars write or call on •-tf HARMEL BROS. Stowers, N, D. FOR SALE—Five passenger touring car, in good running order. Will make attractive price, Beaton Bros. Auto Livery. 17tf R. R. Passenger Time Table Chicafa. Milwtakce tad Png«t Soaad AU) WIT at Lemmoa. S. PAST BOONO 1 Frvljfht made. iSSp. m. No. 10 Olympian 6 fi0 No. 18 Columbian 5i55 WEST XOtTMU No. 01 Way Kraitfht 9:30 a. m. No. 15 Olympian 12: 1 ». m. No. 17 Columbian 12:&3 p. L. O. PECK, PRES. Lemmon SHI Business Cards C. B.' SI P' r.- a M»cr«Mr Pfcarwacy DENTIST Office, Macomber Blk., Upstairs LE.MMON. S. l, Dr. J. T. Layne DEMIST Gndutc Mionetota State Umveraity Office over First National Bank Dr. 0. W. Phelps Physician and Surgeua County Physician for Perkiu* County. 'Jffioe at lleJ rnss I'rujf itop» Wiil attend 'a',is dav fir nitbt Try Our Baths and Laundry at City Barber Shop H. H. POMEROY PRACTICAL AUCTIOMERR See Or Write Me Lemmon, Sooth Dakota D. E. BiutU Braoght bvesbatnt co. Lands Bought and Sold HK.AL ESTATE LOANS on cotn- iii jtation proofs at lowest rates of interest. No delays. Moaev on hand at all times. li. S. L*4 Office BaU4ta4 mmon, South L. Dakota WANTED, FARM LOANS. Prompt attention no de lay money always readv. See or write Braught In vestment Co., Land Office Bldg., Lemmon. FOR RENT—Four modern houses. 60-tf Vernon Williams. A good 4-room house for sale or trade. Oscar N. Sampson, 48-tf Lemmon, S. D. |F. QQ. m. lieaervatiooa for b*rib« may be Dr. F. C. Totten, office 'phone 300. Res. 'phone 300. 2 rings. Do You Want A Farm Loan? We represent individuals who wish to toan $20,000 on First Mortgage on land in North and South Dakota. Write Bonds of all kinds See us tor Fire and Tornado Insurance* Lemmon State Bank C, C. StDERIUS, CMUW. J.K. CLAW*, \4oe-Pres. So. Dak. Legal Notices INotK* of M-r*R:»£f Sa't KH tt Ci* r. S«»(^ A (j ).+*** i fillet*. Lemmon, S. D. IH-C. K li .ud t«» o iii u ni i t# t£i ?ih' fv i Tfft 11. «r* i imm! •$ 1 l*-T i wid t» i.f iairmt 1:1 ti* *":no *'f r" i :»'J iirj*. thnrai »!ter muturity «rs-Tdi-.# U term* »ro ooo (*.iti-«* c*rlare-i jr. »«d n W hrrra* ao »rtko «r cr«*4mn h«re b(«n »t or other*™* to n^rtr the debt wcunii bjr mk! n:?tca«« or any part therKif. Since it hereby jriven ft«id nxrtcv *0! be bj tSe MI cf H-D-"red the above de»cribei mr»rttf*rti the »hrri!f of aaid County of Irk.T and Si-i.tr. If»kot». .* his deputy »t jb'ic aii.-tK.r. to the h:v»e»t hidcter. at the fn-nt Q».-r of the Court Ho^se iT. tt-e Town of JU*v-r. r^tirty of Perk'r# a'.d ?t*te of South D» fcuta. or Tiwscay March st 2 oV fct p. ir of that day to sat.sf* tfe debt rf Twelve Se-. and Doltar* L.-TL.O tr »t te:r the arr .mn inc)ti*:\-» of wterwt ci»in •1 t. t» due »r.4 actua!iydu» o saxi mortcatr* at lh« date of it.,« tf«theT *ith -.ntiepe#". and coat* ara oiatursemenu and a Spiral attornejr ft* at K£ TO Dated thia JOth day of Jar-^ary. iSHS. E BKAI. GHT. Mortcasm. W. Eddy. Attarr.-I for rtra«ee A. A. Axieii. ?Senff of Terkra* Coawty. S. D. l*t pub. Jan 'ii -.w:J. laft pab. Fefc 24. V Chattel Mortgage Sale Whereas. Default has e^r made in the «mdi t»ar« of s certain Chattel Mort«rare executed by Jcoe* Rena Jones and W Dyer. Mort I C-ase Threshing Machine Com- pmry II-.c^rp »rst^d] MorUrairee, dated on the 2fth day cf A .jrust. and filed for record in the office of the Rer»t*r of Deed* of Perkins Gc-u-.ty South Dskcta. aid tbe nature of such d*fa-it is the ncm-rayjment of Six Hundred Tw*" ty-Five ar»d f.H-1 DoHar*. which i« the amount claimed to due there*n at the date of this n-"t»oe. of mhich morurasre the debt thereby secured MID mortisTR^e IAand ^tiU the Dated at Watertown this 20th Ha of Jan 1915. J. I. CASE THRESHING MACAINE CO. Oncorpormted By Wm. A Sterling. Genera] Collection Ajrent. Caee A Case, Attorneys* flMt Watertown. S. D. jloti ice of intention to Appropri ate Water iFirst Publication Jan. 27. ItlS) I APPROPRIATION OF WATER Office of State Enffii»eer i Pierre, 8 January 22 1915 -.i Motfeo la hereby riven mat Edward H. Wiher, whose postof^ce address is Lemmon. Perkins county. S. 1) has made an application in ac rdsnce with the provisions of the irrigation Ibwiof South Lakota for n permit to appropriate for omnef e a' use 2 4 cubic feet of wat*r per i*ec ofid of time fr -m Thunder butte Creek through the Wa ter irrucation works, the point of diver sion of which is to be located upon the right bank of said ttream in Lot 2 NE 1-4 of Section 1. Township U' N. Ran ire l.c K. sa3d wat-r to be used for the purpose of Irriiration and domestic use upon Lots 1 and -. SW 1-4 NE 1-4. 3E 1-4 NE 4 NW -4 SE 1-4. NW 1-4 SE 1-4. SE 1-4 SE 1-4, -UtaS.**. 1, Township 16 N., R^nne 15 E. B. H. This application will be taken up by the state engineer at his office at Pierce for consideration and appropriate action upon the 23rd day of March. 1915. at 9 a. m.. at which time all persons who believe that the prior rijrhts would be in jur!* usly affect* d. or that the allowance of the permit would be detrimental to the public wel fare, and also parties making the application and to be benefited, are notified to be present either by sworn affidavit or ir person for the purpose of presenting any relative te timony. HOMER M. DERR, A. 6- Tubbs. Engineer State Engineer. Logan Berry, Attorney Notice of Intention to Appropri ate Water (First Publication Jan 27. 19151 APPROPRIATION OF WATER Office of the State Engineer i e e S a n u a y H. Notice of Mortgage Sale flwfatt I lw»- mail. it the conditi.-r.a at arr tt orr-.ir r*«v. t«« AT,-r(lvrr*i bf S» ••«.«. v. «.r t.i the W»I !k«t ttr Lnri~«, & tnrr»nliM. mar i?t« i)t«. *ttd iii (M »«lt .•»«.- if- *«jri»ur i+. to- W4 I ,- i ,|. ... I? 1»«» 1 -4. «w i ••!. #•*. I i. 1 .•.•» --*i cat) *.*«** ,» «•«. k «•«**•«. ty mi «, I iii* Ik Hr -%.•« 0 p,, -rt» v t*. t. 1 i— i.iii-i i .rM r„t%m a- if u« f. ln, a t"» U^ertl v» I IhM tiefhVlt viai»ii in thf %r-4 pv f*.H* V.T« it If" tMk. ji v rt^-Kc wheouut. or mi jr Ami bt mt* \b+r* is claimed to hp du#, at tbe of thia rw.tic^. or «s«d mortf affe debt. ttM ^c-^I ^^r. Trre*e Tbou**r,d Nine Hu' dr«d i and the *um of ."\*en H*ndTti Ninv -*ui *nd v-l3^-Lo iar« :nt«re«t. rr.aktrjr in nil thc total sum of Four Th«.'ut*nd Sevt-r Hur.crMl Sixtv'une and 30-100 Dollar*. Ar»d no act^n or proceedings haa been institut fd at law to recover the debt secured by Mid I Bnw-tgates or any part thereof. i Now Ther^f-vn?. Nctke is hereby (fiver that by virtae of the ^wer of sale in said mortraffe con- L*i?iel. and of the Statutes in such ca»e made and provkied *a»d morurajre srill be foreclosed by a *aW of the premise* »uoh morttracre described and said above descril*^ premises will be sold at r^blir auction, by the sheriff of Perkins Coun ty, South Dakota, at the front door of the County Cotrt House ir, the town of Bitwn. in said county ci Perkins. Slate of Sojth Dakota, on the 13th isy of February A. D-, !915 at two o'clock p. m. i ci said day to pay &aid mortgage debt, interest ar:d taxes -f any together with Twenty-five— OW.RT ar holder ar*d th*- same has not been asMg-ned. ana ro suit"or pi oceedintr been bad for the recovery the debt thereby secured Now. Tfjrrefore. Notice la Hereby Given. That because of Such default, said rrK»rt«cak*« will be foreetoeeri ar?d 're ur.der*iffn*d w I! offer for sale and seli at pub ic auction, to t^e hi?h*st bidder, the follow in* cesrnted perianal io:erty covered by said morurmrr. to~»it One 75 hor*e Caee Simple Trartkm Enirine No. 2^154 with contractors, fuel buDKera, one unmounted tank, on# Set tank truck*. or#e ei*ht bottom John Deere Plow and Erfine Gir.n Plow, at Lot 1 Block 40 of Milwau kee I-and O/s. 2nd Addition to City of Lemtnon, Count) of Perki&s and State of South Dakota, w.^ere this heavy roarhinery is now located, on the 30th day of fanuary 1915» at 2 o'clock p.m. of that day. Terms Gash Dollar*, attorney fets, and riisbursementa «llewsd by law. Dated at Lemmon, South Dakota, thi* 90th day of December A_ D. 1V14. First State Bank of Lemmon, A corporation, mortgagee. C. G. Cairell. attorney for mortjrajree 304t Notice of Mortgage Sale Default having been made in the condition* of a certain mortgage, made, executed and deliver* ed by Addison Hugg and Floy L. Hugg. hus band and wife, mortgagors, to C. R. Braught, stortiragee. dated September 28rd. 1911. and duly recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds in and for Perkins county. South Dakota, on Nov ember H'th, 1911. at 1135 o'clock a. m. in Book 66 of M"rtgxiresor. page 2f'». conveying an1 mortgag ing the following described lands situated. lyinT and being in the county of perkina and State of South Dakota, lev wit. 1 he Southeast Quarter S£l-4—of Section Thirty-Five—h- in Township Twenty-three—23—North, of Range Sixteen—16— E*st of the Black Hills Meridian containing one hundred sixty acres more or less according to the United States Government survey thereof. Which aakl mortgaire is junior to a mortgage of Six Hundred Dollars dated September 28rd, 1911. and due arid payable October 23rd. 1SK6. in favor of D. E. Braught. Whereas the default consists in the failure on the part of said mortgagors to Day when due three instalment notes each be&ring even date with this mortgage and due respectively on Sep tember J8rd* 1912, 1P13. and 1914. each note in the pripeipal sum of S38.00 with interest thereon after maturity at the rate of 12 per cent per an num and each of said installment notes represent ing an installment of one indebtedness and also tt pay the annual interest due of S36.00 and in terest thereon after maturity past due on said senior mortgage, and whereas it was agreed by the terms of said mortgage that if default should be made in tbe payment of any one of the said notes then an} thereupon all of the prircipal sums specified in the said several notes, with all arrearages of interest, should at the election of the hokler of this mortgage and notes, become at once due and payable, such election to be made •t any time after default without notice to the maker of said notes and mortgage by reason whereof said mortgagee has elected to pay said annual interest past due on said senior mortgage and to declare and has declared the whole of said mortgage debt to be due and payable pursuant to the provisions for such election contained in said mortgage Ant4 whereas there is claimed to be due at the date of this notice the sum of One Hundred Ninety Six and fcMOO Dollars-$19».69-and the further sum of Thirty-seven and 24-100 Dollars --$37 !4-- on said senior mortgage which was and is apri Tlien on said mortgaged premises,in all the total sum of Two alunUred Tnirty-three and 93 100 Dollars—$23*. y And no action or proceeding has been instituted at law to recover th«» debt secured by said mort gage or any part thereof. Now Therefore. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of the power of sale in said mortgage con tained. and of the Statute in such case made and provided, said mortgage will be foreclosed and the above described premises ill ite sold at tub llc auction by the sheriff of Perkins county. South Dakota, at the front dour of the Court House in the Town of Bison, in said County of Perkins and State of South Dakota, on the 15th day of Feb ruary, A. D.. 1915, at two o'clock in the after noon of that day. to pay said mortgage debt and interest and taxes, if any. with Twenty-five dol lars- $25.0('- as attorney fees and disbursements allowed by law. Dated at Lemmon. South Dakota, this 6th day oi J&nuars, 1915. C. R. BRAUGHT. Sl-f't Mortgage* W.F. EDDY. Attorney for 21, lfH Notice ts hereby given that Ernest Johnson and G. S. Smebakken. whose postoffire address is Lemmon, Perkins County. S has made an ap plication in accordance with the provisions of the irrigation laws of South Dakota for a pern.it to appropriate for beneficial use 76 cubic feet of water per second of time from North Fork of Grand River through the Johnson Divtr»ion works, the points of diversion of which is to be located upon both bank* of *aid stream in the NW 1-4 of the NE 1-4 of section 7. township 21 North range 14 East, said water to be US*H1 for the purpose of irrigation upon the S 1-2 of SE 1 4 Sec. 6, NE 1-4 of Sec. 7, N 1-2 of NW 1-4 of Sec. 8, all in Township 21 North. Range 14 E. B. Mortgagee. Church notices Presbyterian Chundi Rev. Martin Hyink, Pastor Services at the Presbyterian Spencer Memorial Church are as follows: Morning Service, 10:30 a. m. Sunday School, 11:45 a. m. Evening Service, 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting, Thursday, 7:30 p. m. M. This application will be taken up by the state engineer at his office at Pierre for consideration •nd appropriate action upon the 22 day of March. 1 1$15 at 9 a. m.. at which time all persons who believe that the prior rights would be injuriously affected, or that the allowance of the permit w mld be detrimental to the pubi welfare, and also per ties making the application and to be benefited, are notified to be present either by •worn affidavit or in person for tbo purpoeo df presenting any relative testimony. HOMER NI. DERR. A. S.Tubbs State Engineer Engineer In charge If your farm loan matures this fall or winter see me now and make arrangements for a renew al or a new loan. If you cannot see me in the evening at Lem mon write me at Lemmon or Petrel or come and see me at Petrel. F. A. Finch. 20tf WANTED—A couple of fur nished rooms suitable for light o u s e k e e i n A y a e Herald office. O Job Printing done by an expert tradesman. TRY t/S Choir Practice, 8*30 p. m. St Mary's Catholic Church Rev. John Frei. Pastor. Regular services each first and third Sunday of Month, ai fol lows: Early Mass, R:00 a. m. High Mass, 10:30 a. m, Sunday school, 2:00 p. m. Vespers and Benediction, 7:'i() p. m. Mass during week. 8:00 a. Si Trinity Episcopal Church Rev. W. J. Wicks, Rretor. Services first and thin! Sun days of the month as follows: Morning Prayer and S#rmon. 11:00 a. m. Sunday school, 12:00 M. Evening Prayer »nd Sermon. •$00 p. m. Baptist Church l.KMMON Pierre N. Kn*dln, I'nstor 2l30 p. m., Hundav School. Pn-aching every Sunday git 7:30 p. m. N wihtk n«tT» V 8 8. 10,00 w. m. Preaching, Jl:oo «. m. U, Y. V. V imp. m, IF A STORM BLOWS UP, IT MEANS HARD WORK POR THE MATE W' in ».i«i. -ntu. -14 *-•.»._!». -*#..» „f*, |r 4«M V I- i:.f' «. '. -i 1*0 9*«b» .» ,..»*#• I I*.. »fcr -f. .fc y *i-.rUi'- t ,J V A 4 -i «,• '4n. li -o »-v *«-wi fc n« «... _*H# kr-i» I. .T*c (1 k l(» i V i- 1 TH« qoop UUPC qgrs CHANGINGtotobaccoregular A with Wilis I DON'T MIND HARD woe** WHEN I HAVE THE COMrORT or THE REAL. TOBACCO CHEW A »KOAD MINT PKOM A BH M*N. (buy from dealer or send 10*STAMPST0US^ FURNITURE, BEDDING, RUGS? Shelf and Heavy Hardware At Prices to Please All Licensed Embalmer and Funeral Director It Connection Lemmon Furniture Co. War Certainty Is BcBl Has Kept Us From Mak ing Loans for Four Months But at Last I Solicit Your Farm loan application, as I have a client $ 15,000, to loan on lands in our vicinity during the month of January. LEMMON, VERNON A. WILLIAMS tl»BB Subscribe For I every few weeks used be the thing with tobacco chewers, but not so now Vv'ith the men who use "Right-Cut," the Real Tobacco Chew. Why, they like it so well they can't help talking about fc to their friends. little chew of pure, rich, mellow tobacco—cut fine, short shred—seasoned and sweetened just enough, cuts out so much of the grinding and spitting. Take a very email chew—lens than one-quarter S* old size. It will be more latticing than a mouthfvt of ordinary tobacco. Just nibble on it until you find the atrength chew that »uit« you. Tuck it away. Then let it rest. See how easily and evenly the real tobacco taste comes, how it satisfies without grinding, how much lesa you have to spit, how few chews you take to be tobacco satisfied. That's why it is The Real Tobaee* Chew. That's why it costs less in the end. It is a ready chew, eat iac and short .hred «o that TOO to (rind on it with your teeth. Grinding on ordinary candied tobaMa make, yon spit too much. The taste of pure, rich tobacco does ao need to be covered up with molasses Ml ftoocict. Notice how the salt briafs out the rich tobacco taste in "Right-Cut.'* One small chew takes the place of two big chews of the old kind. WEYMAN-BRUTON COMPANY SO Union Square, New York won't HE» SO. DAK. The Herald!