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The Lemmon herald. (Lemmon, Perkins County, S.D.) 1912-1917, December 29, 1915, Image 5

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j^few year's jQinner
LobdelPs Cafe
35c per person
Clam Bulliou
ROAST TURKEY WITH OYSTER DRESSING
BAKED CHICKEN
Mashed Potatoes Escalloped Corn
Cabbage Salad
Olivet ... Celery
Dutch Apple Pie with Whipped Cieam
Fruit Pudding with Brandy Sauce
Tea Coffee
TABLES RESERVED UPON REQUEST
Local News
•MtesiigssiBaMB
Follow the crowd to Lobdell's Eat yeur dance lunch at Lob
eafe on Friday night. dell's.
Ray Biasell was a Hettinger
•isitor Thursday of last week.
Robt. Rainey of Bison, was in
the city Thursday of last week
on business.
Ethel Hale and Clara Meyers
of Morristown, were Lemmon
visitors on Wednesday.
Leon Portras, of Timber Lake
was a guest at the Fred Metz
home on Christmas day.
Don't forget that Lobdell's
Cafe will serve a dance luncheon
on Friday night during the Fire*
men's ball.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry LaPlante
of Haynes were visitors in the
citySundav of last wtek with
friends and relatives.
C. J. Peterson, live-wire bank
er from the county seat, spent
the fore part of the week in the
city attending to business.
C, E. Williams of Bison, spent
the first part of the week in the
city attending to business mat
ters and visiting with friends.
Miss Tillie Stelmach, of Baker,
Mont., arrived in the city the lat
ter part of last week and is
spending her holiday vacation
at the home of her sieter, Mrs.
Frank Gibson.
creased.
a
Prank Bonzer, of Morristown,
spent Christmas in the city with
friends.
E. G. Chapman was a passen
ger to Hettinger the latter part
of last week.
The Lemmon orchestra fur
nished the music for the dance
at Keldron on Fridav evening of
last week.
Mrs. Clara Gavin, who spent
Christmas at the home of Mr
and Mrs. John Samuelson, re
turned to her home at Seim on
Monday.
Roy Daniels. Fred Byers and
Will Thompson spent Christmas
in Morristown at the Coutts'
home.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Good Elk of
Wakpala, were in the city Tues
day and Wednesday of this week
attending to matters of business
No. 224 was the winner of the
automatic revolver given away
at the Sorby pool hall. Whoever,
has the number can come in and
get the gun.
Miss Marv Irwin departed on
Wednesday morning for her
home at Aberdeen, after spend
ing a few days here as the guest
of Miss Gladys Finch.
J. C. Elliott Co.
XTEND to you all Greet-
ings with sincere best wishes that you
may enjoy a Happy md Prosperous New
Year. May all your joys and successes of
the past year be trebbled in
1916
We wish also to thank all those customers
whose loyalty in 1915 has made it our big­
gest year and to assure you that our efforts
to continually serve you better shall be in­
J. C. ELLIOTT & CO.
EQXrinnrTinrTnnnmrDQ:
Quick ser\icv and a dainty
luncheon at Lobdeti's
Cafe
Friday night.
Messrs. Fairweather and
Thompson left Monday morning
•'or Mcintosh to organize a Yeo
men lodge
sr.
:hat city.
Llmer livers, bookkeeper at
i' ie Medinwr Bros.. Implement
lop, spent his Christmas vaca
on v ith friends at Burt, N. I.
W. W. Washburn, linotype op
rat or at the American office at
vberdeen, paid the Herald office
i a pleasant call on Sunday morn
p'lg.
Ira Van Cleave was a visitor
Morristown the latter part of
ie week. While there he took
i'i the masquerade ballon Satur
iay evening.
Mrs. Gilbert Sorby returned
n Thursday of last week from
Montevideo, Minn., where she
recently underwent an opertion
for appendicitis.
Fied Topp, traveling salesman
for Winston, Harper and Fisher,
left Sunday for St. Paul to at'
tend the annual convention of
the U. C. T.
Fritz Landaker took in tbe
sights at Hettinger on Sunday.
He reports that he considers the
burg an ideal place to Sunday
as it is so nice and quiet.
Miss Lucille Coutts, who is
employed at Wigaard's confec
tionery, spent Christmas at the
home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. B. Coutts. at Morristown.
F. L. Jackson and family, for
merly of this city, now of Plev
na, Mont., arrived in the city on
Monday of this week and are
spending a few days visiting with
friends.
Mis. Marguerite Dehler arriv
ed in the city on the Olympian
on Christmas morning, from Ell
wood. Pa., and will spend a few
weeks visiting at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Olson.
Miss Gladys Berry, who is em
ployed at the Shop of Quality at
Aberdeen, arrived in the citv
on Friday evening and is spend
ing her holiday vacation at the
home of her father, Logan Berry.
Mrs, James Hawley'and baby,
of Wheatland, N. D., arrived in
the city on Sunday evening and
are spending a few days visiting
with Mrs. Hawley's brother and
sister, Fritz Landakor an Mm
Phil Crose, respectivelv.JHZM
Miss Florence Hauten of Het
tinger, visited in this city the
first of the week at the home of
Miss Ella Raberge of this city.
on
hap, Olsnn worked the third
I trick at the Milwaukee statiou
at Mcintosh jh Christmas day.
Miss Wright arrived here from
Aberdeen last week and has ac
cepted a position as bookkeeper
at the J. C. Elliott Co. store.
Messrs. and Mesdamea Oliver
and Orville Leville spent Christ
mas day at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Leville, near Thunder
Hawk.
A number of yeeng blood# at
tended the masquerade ball at
Morristown on Saturday evening
and all report having
a splendid
time*.
Ed. Bratsburg, Lemmon's fa
mous pianist, helped entertain
the dancers at the Masquerade
ball at Morristown on Saturday
evening.
Mrs. F. C. Totten returned the
latter part of last week from Mc
intosh. where she bad been
spend'ng two weeks visiting at
the Smith home.
Miles Mohan ami wffe, of
Lodge pole, arrived in the city on
Saturday and are speneing a few
days here while their baby
it
in
the care of physicians.
0. C. Lundquist, of Miles
City spent Saturday of last week
in the city making arrangements
for the sale of horses he is buy
ing for the French government.
Mr. ar.d Mrs. Frank Gibson
wre the recipients of a boun
cing baby bov as a Christmas
present. The little stranger ar
rived Saturday, December 25th.
1 have a few large, full blood
Barred Plymouth Rock Roosters
that will be sold at $1.00 each or
$-!.50 for a trio.
Siphia Stinger. Petrel, N. I).
S. C. White left for Aberdeen,
yesterday, where he will be
joined by his brother, W. E on
a trip to Minneapolis, where they
will spend a week on business
and pleasure.
Miss Nell Nesbitt, who is
training as a nurse at the St.
Luke's hospital at Aberdeen, ar
rived home on Friday evening to
spend a two weeks vacation at
the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Nesbitt.
Mrs. J. L. Freeman left on
Tuesday eve for Aberdeen to
see her son Arthur who was re
cently operated upon in that city
for appendicitis and is now re
ported to be very ill from the ef-
Vcts of it.
K. Dousman.
Phone 175
SI
Mr and Mrs. Chas. Dousman,
of Baker, Mont., arrived in
the city the latter part of last
week and are spending the hoil
lays visiting at the home of
their parents, Mr. Mrs. L, W.
Dousman and Mr. and Mrs.
The following taken from the
LaCrosse, (Wis.,) Leader-Prers
gives an account of the funeral
William Irwin, who was a
brother of Joe Irwin of South of
this city. "A military funeral
was held for the late William Ir
win, jr., who passed awav at the
home of his brother-in-law, John
Ward, 1"32 Madison street, af
ter an illness of several months.
Mr. Irwin, who served with a
La Crosse command, Company
M. in the Third regiment, in the
Spanish war and took part in the
Porto Rican campaign, was one
the most regular and active
members of the Casberg camp.
United Spanish War Veterans,
and his comrades turned out in
large numbers to pay the last
honois to him. The funeral was
held at the home of Mr. Ward,
who is commander of Casberg
camp, Rev. D. C. Jones officiated.
The pallbearers, all members of
the organization, were Edward
J, Gautsch, Edward W. Cautsch
W. W. Camerson, S. H. Palmer,
Fred Geiwitz and Thomas H.
Bailey. The firing .squad, com
manded by William Schroeder,
consisted of Emil Last, Max
Affeldt, Emil Rich, A. H. Engel
hard, N. H. Reed and Lords
Weigel,
We sell and serve the best coffee in the city.
We buy the best coffee we can buy and have
put up under our own label.
Wigaard's Special Blend
40c a lb.
COME IN AND TRY IT
OUR PIES, CAKES, AND DOIJGHTNUTS
ARK HOME MADE
Every Wednesday and Saturday we will serve
i big bowl of hot egetable Soup and crackers for
10c. Jutt the think on a cold day.
For the one who gets up late for breakfast we
will serve every morning Hot Waffles and Maple
Syrup and Oatmeal and ("ream.
Come in and sec us, let us tell you of the many
things we have to sell and serve.
TRY OUR NOON-DAY LUNCH.
WE SERVE ICE CREAM ALL THE TIME
We buy strickN fr»?h eggs and good dairy
butter and pay CASH
Wigaard's Confectionery
And Lunchenette
Oliton'N Old Stand
May the\New Year Bring You
Happiness i Prosperity
#i The Sincere Wish Of The
Lemmon Furniture Co.
W e also wish to thank you tor the patronage that
we have received during the year just
passed and trust that your pat
ronage will be continued
during the com
ing year
SALE!
Until January 10th, I will make
LOW PRICES
ON ALL
MERCHANDISE
THAT WILL SAVE YOU MONEY
I WILL ALLOW 1 3 PER TENT DISCOUNT
ON ALL BATH ROOM WARE
THIS GIVES YOIJ
9 in. Towel bar fur 14c
W in. Towel bar for 20c
24 in. Towel bar for 27C
A 36 ih. Glass Towel Bar regular at $1 & jQA
at only 5/UC
An Oval French Mirror, regular priet rf* A ()Q
35 for
W«8 on other ware reduced the Mine
Will allow a ten pe*- cent discount on "vervthing
else in my line except gasoline engines arid wind
mills and on these I will give
a
5p«r cent discount
for cash with nder.
Will bIs* tfive n 5 ja irit discount to nver.vone
who will com*' to store and pay up their ac
count in full before January 5th. No matter how
•mall or how large or how old it may be.
C. A. Ingalls
Buy it in Lernmm"

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