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"Business Growth Is
A Matter of Finance." A!o a rnattrr of m» rchai.'ii-ing. you TOLD ME you WOULPN SWITCH FROM you* *i ..v-rncr The expansion of business, centres in finance, and the institution of individual using the best banking service increase prosperity. Grow your business with our Checking Plan. Start the growth -NOW! Fire, Tornado, Hail, Farm and Life Insurance. Real Estate Loans* Lcmmon State Bank L. 1: (PRES. J. K. CLARK, ViwPtoa. i E S -f i e Lemmon ... So. Dak. I want to list for sale 5 good quarters, within 12 nilcs of Lcmmon before the 20th of August, at vhich time I will have a party of men from the :ast to purchase our land. Also want a few good arm loans—have the money on hand. Vernon A. Williams Now WISCHt 7r t.l*~Ri5»5?) the mai who mouldnt Old SWITCH "to THE PCAL TOBACCO CHCM ISrfTA __ JOOP OljDCiE OF I V TOBACCO chew TO ANy OTHER KINP man is safe in saying he'll never switch on his chewing, till he's chewed the Real Tobacco Chew. Everyone knows that some tobaccos are better than others but no one knows how good tobacco really is till he chews "the little chew that satisfies." A little chew of pure, rich, mellow tobacco—seasoned end sweetened just enough—cuts out so much of th* grinding and spitting. TM£ K£ Al TOBACCO CHEW IS NOW CUT TWO WAYSI! W-B CUT IS LOHC SHMD RIGHT-CUT IS SHORT SHMO. nJ,au' '*M ,ha" Jfh»L V\ r" I* ?,ma11 ch«s of the old kind. ft ^".e-cjuarter the old size chew, sa ,",fym than Ch ?ly"" mouthful of ordinary £=2: °.f -tilyou wS 7"v it unui you nod thn 2 k i [,Ulli you, then tee how e..i!y ,.d e\cnl the real tobacco taste comet, how it aatiafiea. takl Tn have 1° 8p"' how chew takcs WETMAN-BRUTON COMPANY. SOUni.. W,N.wY«kC». YBUY FROM HEALER OR SEND IOVSTAMPSTOUS^ few Chew. yM L'„,!°,he tobacco satisfied. That's why it ia 71* *he PIace of two hie Legal Notices Notice for Publication D*larinwnt of thr Interior U S. Land Offlc-»t I/rmmon. South Dakota \-2 r.e July U. 191S Noticeis hereby (fiver that Martin Jacobaor A Seirn. South Dmk^ta. »ho on April i«th. j-**. made Hon«iea1 Entry. Serial No 013(22. 1 1-4. Section 1?. and 1-2 nw i-« te, -V t»u. »1, rtr l.' K*m Black Hill* Meridian (ia» tiki! notice mtrr tion make Kive-wai U i«rr t- the land at« •Inscribed. U-forv IW^fr and Receiver of trie I r.tted StiU» Lar«J Otfii-e. at Ummw. S"ith Dakota. on th* "th da uf September ltlfc. iaimnnt nnmes s» witnesaee Aujrust Scholia* B^ncdick Dahi. Pvltr Z»* Jnmnch. Joseph Lrnn%vn. Ail of Son So, D&x £. G. COLEMAN. Itoctat®r. Notice for Publication Deoartioent of the Interior U- 8. Land Office nt Dickinnon, H. Jul* 22o4, 1911. Notion la her«»t giv*n thnt Aim La, iSitir.aa. of Lrmmon Sc-th LfeKota who om Aufuit U'th. 1*13. innd* Hune*iTBd entry Serial No. t:s*c7. far Sou'.ht-nM Quarter sevtton 1 township i.v» range ». »*§t 6th. Fnncipnl Meridian, hit? .-.otic* of mt#nl*vr. tv rnnke FMnnJ CwjimuUt^.n to cinicii to th* land above oe scribe^ before Jnc Sc.nderkl, County at Heurirer Nurth Lhikuta. on the 2nd ca\ of September. 1*15. Claimant nane»as witne'ftse* Tma Wtebe. S Meyer«. J. H. Piekarfoff WaJtrnan uf Ltmrnvn, S. I) W DICKSON. BasieUr. WANTS Green's Roller Feed Mill is pre* pared to shell and crack corn and clean grain at all times, while you wait. E. E. Green & Son. Men and women who ar» big WATCH REPAIRING—If your watch does not work satisfactor ily send it to us. You can en trust it to our care with the per fect assurance that the highest of watch making skill will be us ed in correcting its faults. There is no watch that should keep time that we cannot make keep time. R. M. HORR, Jeweler, Lemmon.S. D. Money to loan on Real Estate. Oscar N. Sampson, Lemmon, S. Dakota. tf Notice of Teachers Examination. The next regular Teachers ex amination will he held in Het tinger. N. D. in the High School Room on Thursday and Friday August 12th and 13th. All persons wishing to teach in the county who do not hold valid cer tificates are expected and re" quested to take this examina tion. A second examination will be offered in the 1914-1915 read ing work to those who have not taken the previous examination in May, on Saturday August 14th at Hettinger, No. Dak. Rose C. Wagner, Supt. Schools Adams Co. For sale or trade -Two pas senger Ford automobile. L. P. MCNULTY. tf Don't fail to ask your mer chant for a railroad refund cou pon when next you come to Lemmon. If convenient, Oscar N. Sarrp son, Lemmon, So. Dakota, would like to have you bring him some of your best samples of any kind of produce. tf Teachers' examination for first grade, state and life certificates will be held at Lemmon and Bison, Aug. 26-27-28. The ex amination at Lemmon will be held in the school house. GRACE WILSON, KROFT, Co. Supt. of Schools. Flies, mospuitoes, bugs, all carry contagious diseases. Hot weather is hard on people troub led with their stomach and bow els. Hollister's Rocky mountain Tea is just what you need, reg ulates the bowels, tones and cleans the stomach. Take it and be cool and happy.—Red Cross Pharmacy. For Sale: One silver plated cornet in case. JOHN LARSON, Lemmon, S. D. Get a receipt when you buy your ticket and avoid confusion when you ask for a refund. For Sale: One excellent good Orchestra violin with bow, box and extra strings. JOHN LAR SON. Lemmon. S. D. Now Listen A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush. Don't try to make new friends when you have an old one that has always treated you right. I have plenty of money for farm loans and will give you a square deal if you want to sell your land. F. A. FINCH. Typewriter Ribbons at this office. The Inspiration of The Bible 1 meat eaters and drink much coffee, usually have coarse, florad skins—your stomach needs extra help you.ve got to clean the bowels, purify the blood or your complexion gets bad Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea orice a week will do it. 35 cents. Tea or Tablets. —Red Cross Pharmacy. AMES ROGEHS A Challenge to Atheism. Atheists and matenalists declare that the bible is merely the work of •en. that it was written UDder limita tions that apply only to human wis Jom. Takintf this position, they must necessarily contend that, unless man lias degenerated in ability and declined in wisdom he can now produce a book equal t8 the bible. Let them produce it. Judged by human standards, man is far better preoared to write a bible now than he was when our bible was written. The characters whose words and deeds are recorded in the bible were members of a simple race. They lived amontf the hills of Palestine, in a territory scarcely larger than one of our countries. They did not have minting presses, and they lacked tht learning of the schools. They had no great libraries to consult, no steam boats to carry them round the world and make them acquainted with the various centers of ancient civiliza tion. They had no telegraph wires to bring them the news from the end of the earth and no newspapers to spread before them each morning the loings of the day before. Science had not unlocked nature's doore and re vealed the secrets of rocks below and stars above. From what a scantily upplied storehouse of knowledge they had to draw, compared with the un limited wealth of information a man's command today! And get these bible characters gra| ple with every problem that confronts mankind from the creation of the world to eternal life beyond the tomh They have iriven us a diagram of man's existance from the cradle to the grave, and they have set up sign posts at every dangerous point along the path. We turn back to the bible for the ten commandments, winch forms the foundation of our statute law: and for the sermon on the Mount, which lays down the rules for our spiritual growth. The bible tfives us the story of the birth, the works, the crucifixion, the resurrection and the ascension of Him whose coming was foretold in prophecy, whose ar rival was aunounced by the angels voices singing peace and good will, the story of him who gave to the world a code of morality superior to anything that the world had known before or has known since, the story of him who is the crowning figure of all time, whom the world is accept ing as Saviour and as the perfect ex ample. Will They Attempt A Better One? Let the atheists and the materiatlsts produce a better bible than ours it they can. Let them collect the bes| of their schools to be found am'-ng t'ie graduates of uni vursities. as many they will, and from every land. Let the mem tiers of this selected group travel where thev will, consult such libraries as they pleat*-, and employ every modern mean* of »wift commu nication. Let them roam at will wherever science has opened the way. l-«t them take advantage of all the progress in art, and in literature, oratory and in history. I*-t them use to tin full every instrumentality that is employed in modern civilization. And when they have exhausted every source, let Uiern embody the results of their best Intelligence in a book, and offer it to the world as a substi tute for this bible of ours. Have they the confidence that tlie prophets of Haal had In their God? Will they try? If not. what excuse will they give? Has man fallen from his hiirh estate, *o that we can not rightfully exiwx as much from him now as nineteen centuries ago, or does the bible come to us from a source that Is higher than man tmhUth? Shoe Repairing I have opened up a shoe repair shop in the room next door south of Vcrn ilHams'* office. All kinds of first class repairing done at the lowest possible prices. Ship your repairing by parcels post to T. J. Dabakey sTn" FINE TAILORING Nels P. Sient Two Doors South of Star Theatre Lemmon So. Dak. French Dry Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing For Sale I have 27 head of cows and young stock which I will dispose of at private sale at my farm 6 miles north and 1 mile west of Lemmon. Also have for safe House Granary and Cow Bars Must sell at once aa I am going to leave for the east soon. Call or write L. C. JACOBS on the Hall Farm 0R\1\ BUI Lqual to Any and Superior to Most Imported C. S. HODSOIN DISTRIBUTOR LEMMON, SO. DAK. Laval it means a much longer wearing machine. WB SELL DS 1-AVAL rAUATOti B. STRANG Physician and Surgeon Rooms First National Bai k Islk. Fiont 3j-te Lemmon. ,\ S. Dah. R.fl.eilis,D.U.s DENTIST Office, Macomber Blk., Upstairs LEMMON. S. u. Dr. J. T. Layne DEMIST Graduate Minnesota State University Office over First National Bank Dr. 0. W. Phelps QPhysician and Surgeou County Physician for Perkm» County. Office at Lemmon Drug Store Will attend Calls day or niyht Try Our Baths and Laundry at City Barber Shop H. H. POMEROY PRACTICAL AUCTI MI:I.R St* Or Write Me Lemmon, South Dakota F. C. Totten PHY MCI A.N end CREAM SEPARATORS have a perfect oiling system THE DE LAVAL SYSTEM of automatic oiling provides for a constant and liberal supply of clean oil to every wearing surface of the ma chine at all times, and it's the only system that does. YOU NEEDN'T BE AFRAID that if the hired man or some one else runs the mrcl.ine a few times your machine may be put out of business for the lack of a few drops of oil, because every p.irt is sup plied with clean oil from the oil reservoir automatically and constantly. THERE IS NOTHING THAT will wear out a separator quicker than lack of proper lubrication, and because this cannot happen with a De SUBGRON Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose ami Throat a sjiecialty. Glasses litU'J. Lemmon, S. I). Office over "mber Pharmacy TOO MUCH STRESS CAN rot be laid upon this subject of separator oiling. It is very important. We have a large chart which shows the De Laval oiling system much bet ter than the small cut above. Any time you come in we will tie c'ad to show it to you. OIL. NO OT11KR MEIDINGER BROS. LEMMON, SOUTH DAKOTA OIL SO G-'