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AND act for the protection of United States citizens upon land and upon the sea that they will take the steps necessary to defend our national rights against all violators that they will not hes itate or delay in proclaiming the full freedom of the seas for our !a^ and our commerce and take such action that those who deny that freedom shall be declared enemies of the United States. Additional Locals W, B. Tscharner of Minneapo lis spent Sunday in the city vis iting at the home of his brother, P. J. Tscharner. The Women Lodge of which Messrs. Thompson and Fair •veather of this city have been securing members for the past month will organize in the local idge rooms Monday of next week. Mr. D. A. Hay worth entertain ed the member* of the Lemmon High School Foot Ball Team to a delicious three course supper riday of last week. The boys ill report a good time. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Williams turned Wednesday from Roch ester, Minn., where they had '"?en during the illness and death Mr. William's father of that •'ity. »x OVERSHOES SHOP LAPLY CHRISTMAS BUYERS Purchase Useful Presents FOK SALE—The 15-21 14 known as homestead, also the homestead, two miles north. James Lewis, Canton. S. D. Have stock of merchandise •mounting to between $700 and $800, to trade for land. Might assume small mortgage if land is good. Address W. L. M., Box 22, Cresbard, S. D. LOST Overcoat with fur col 'ar lost somewhere between the Western Elevator ano Lumber yard. Finder please leave at this office and get reward. 2tpd A CHOICE CHRISTMAS GIFT SHOES For Men, Women and Children FELT SHOES There fo better safer or economical Christmrs present than a pair of high grade shoes. There is no Store, wheje qnality is always far above price. Shoes to suit everybody. Joy Shoe Store SHOP HLRL Are beginning more and more to realize that they should That are of good quality and neat appearance rather than the useless trinkets that are forgotten in a short time. Pocket Knives Razors Foot Warmers Carving Sets Washing Machines Aluminum W are Wringers Guns White Bros. Hardware I)emand Protection (Continued from page two) We sincerely trust the Con-1closed some time a^o and prac- about four miles from Brookinjrs, Kress of the United States will tice was begun in basket ball at S, I)., that would like to ex- The football season of the Have a party who owns a good Lemmon high foot ball team well improved 160 acre farm The Armory Tuesday of this change for half section or so out week, Many of the players of, here. If interested come in and last year were there and they see me. have hopes for a chompionship OSCAR N. team next year. Lemmon. S. D. Lee Delaney has accept** a H. E. Hansen of Bismark was position with the Model Clothing in the city Sunday on business. House of this city durinyr the Chas. Duncan of Thunder Holidays and commenced work Hawk spent Wednesday in the upon his duties with that Com-!city on business. pany the latter part of last week. Just as we are going to press we hear of the news of the mar riage of Murry Emmerson and Miss Ella Hoehn of this city at SAMPSON G. E. Williams and H. E. Han sen of Bison was in the city the first of the week on business. M. Burns of Timber Lake, S. the home of the bride s parents, I)., spent Wednesday in the cj^y vjsjtjng Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hoehn °f! city and attending to business this city on Wednesday evening, More particulars will be given in next week's issue of this paper. west1j section with friends of the matters. Rob't. Rainey, of Bison, was in the city Sunday enroute home from Rochester, Minn., where Jacobson he had spent a few days with Stetvold his wife who recently underwent an operation. He reports that the operation was successful and that Mrs. Rainey will be able to leave there in a fewdavs. Cook Locals Our neighborhood has experienced some clear weather recently with light Hurries of snow. Martin Martinson viMteil Sunday with the Aoliergs. L. Oedgaard was in HMSIB cently business. Andrew Nelson called at the Si ln u ssler home recentjy. FELT SLIPPERS better place to buy them than right at this Hans Aoberg and Mike llelgeson were in Mott Monday on business. Conrad Bernhardt has suffered re-1 cently from an attack of quins}. Sveere Aoberg marketed wh«M la Petrel Monday. j.iite a few of our neighbors «m In Lemmon Soturday shopping, A. Aoberg is busy these days build* lnr an addition to his house Mr. Cummings was in lemmon on Thursday. V. Highb* «u la Than day marketing wheat. it. H. Kidred Hinished bit season's run of Ihreahiog Saturday on the A. O. Sever son place and pulled his rig In. The Cook Farmer's Club met last .. Wednesday evening and its regular•' m'Hing with a fair attendance. I has ever been this part of the count we want to place in LET ELECTRICITY BE YOUR SERVAXT Wire y «r IhMM BOW b«(*r« Ikl loaf wiiltr if hit com* THH WAY TO BETTHR LIGHT You need better light in your home. You should enjoy all the comforts, conveniences and economies of modern lighting which are provided In BRYAN-MARSH NATIONAL MAZDA LAMPS They give three times as much light as carbon lamps with the same current, and are rugged and durable. Reguiar home sizes now only 27 cents. Elmer F. Sheets Electric Supplies The Lemmon Hotel Formerly The Rounpup NOW OPEN FOR —BUSINESS J()6 KeVCll, FOD. I COW OWNERS ATTENTION WE ARE GIVING THE MOST LIBERAL OFFER ON— DeLaval Cream Separators made need a DeLaval, so buy it now. We have homes before January J5, 6 A Post Card will bring a DeLaval to jwvr home for your your personal inspection and approval. in J-} Y u 3* new chines in our warehouse ma that user's Meidinger Bros, ,£M Lemmon, South Dakota C. B. STRANG Phvsician and Surgeon R«im» V'ront Suitr First National Bank Bldff. Lemmon, S. D. THY OUR BATHS AND LAUNDRY AT CITY HARBKH SHOP H. H. POMROY Practlal Auctioneer See II Write M»* at LEMMON, S. D. I'. TOTTIiN I-HVOICIAN WIMIIHM DiM-naiw vf th« Rva tar. Nm til Throat Mat'tmiliri I'hartm. y. I KMMON. K I. Bxirl Mlnakinl aaf lintc ti W. SHRADER Gunsmith I.emmon.. South Dakota Repairs For All Kindt of Guna Dr. J. T. LAYNE I) K N I S Graduate Minn. State Univ. LEMMON, S. D. Dr. O. W. Phelps Physician and Surgeon nt l*«*«nfr»Ni i-n iViku^i I'ruw Str*r« Will attend calls day or night i: Clesft, Steam Heated Rooms By day or weeh H. A EIISH D. D. 8 DKNTIST omc. Macomber Block ni«uir« Lemmon, So. I)akota kf'