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K. v v/ .A Spring SiliOfi s A ti c'%s an*' t*n: e S e a s o n s O e i n s Spring Coats For Dress, Street, Sport and Auto Wear VERY Woman who thinks as well as Style, really ought to to this ioivforher garments. We are giwr.^ very best values possible to obtain. Coats and Suits that conform to the last word in style. Children's and Misses* Garments v. .1!c ^Iviwint? the best styles in child n's 's and .a. iuiny the best styles in child. -n misses' eoats we have ever had. And the name •?..»/ V\ ferS 1 v'-# J! A :'.TH//i.M ft W S a S i n e s s e s 1 !ii -rv. J-A i:h alluring lilies of grace and beauty. Smart afternoon of laflctas and Crepes, Mulls, and Dainty Lawns i s i n i o n I n N e w o u s e s Clcwr Waists Soiree Silks Crepc-de—Chines Georgette Crepes Wash batins and lalletas. 1 hes^- Waists embody every new feature for Spring. Worn with suits they give the st\lish touch to your taster Apparel. cr Styles In Separate Skirts Childrens' Dresses and Mid lies SV»| the 'Shuerman" Brand, we've looked Dresses of new Spting Gingham* i-, jlaids i a u e e s n o n e e e v a e •dtown in Imported 1 uriles, ana plain colors, Middies with red Wa» 'N 'a'(*s- Priced at trimming*, also pi. in whitts. Prk.! $1.CM to $S.O( 50c to $2.0O e o s s a o s e Why Are They Better? J^AIL\ this question is asked of thous ds of (jossard saleswomen and daily this answer Becau pl..:. ci.:ns, div.-.-n.ukers and all classes of women .say (iossard Corsets are better. They tack their statements ly recometiding them and wearing l.ossards in preference to all other corsi ts. As the old saying goes, "We'd rather talk Gossards than eat." Let Us Talk To You s o i s i n o n o s e e i e w Service fC'TMCKT' i is back of every garment. Prices, S3 to $23.00 il -us- v The Grand Leader ssari L' On another page appears the inouncement of Arthur A. tiale of Bison, candidate for the •publican nomination to the of- L-e of Superintendent of Schools Perkins county. This is the rcond candidate for the repub-j nomination to this office, i Geo. Theis left Tuesday morn-j tor Minneapolis, where he ill 1« arn to recharge storage liberies in one of the large elec :''ical factories, and txpects to •i gone about three weeks. He id Klmer Sheets have started a orage battery station here. W. E. WhiteVeturned Monday ght from Napoleon, N. I)., here he had been locking after s farming interests for the past *ar. Mrs. Unite will loi.o* .in in a tew days, and they wili ake their home here. Mrs. August Affeldt of Fessen •n. D., has been cured ol ill stones by Dr. Mellenthin's f«itnani without operation and ates she is very much bettei every way. Dr. Mellenthin ill tie at Hettinger, La Fayette otel, Wednesday, Arpn, 12. Durs y a. m. to 5. p. ni. Mr. John H. bman, a promin if farmer ru-ar Bottineau, N. D., -tates he is b.-tter of his Serious !. iart and chest trouble and was ..-tie to work in the field thib mmer. He gives Dr. MeSlen m's treatment all the credit, r. Me lenthin wili beat La i.vette htel Wednesday, April J. Hours 9 a. m. to 5. p. m. The «mash-up of thf press last tHrk has put the Hekald force aok several days with their jrk and it will be greatly ap ecjated if our advertisers will their copy ready as early a* •ssible. We do not want to be avrain the comi?ig week and advertisers can assist greatl this accommodation. Take particular r.otice «.f tht ar ad this week. Managej ark of the S ar. has cotiti acteu a new film service and the lok'ngs for next week appear the ad. As will be noticed, e program consists of a series high class fea ures and come-. es. with no cheap dramas or tlgar comedies. The Star has well-earned reputation for •'..owing none but the best pic rt s and the new service prom* 96 to t»e a valuable improve ent. None of the films show i .. e old, being released only about vo or thr«re months ago, and e spectators will not have tl '-i moving *aits for the operator repair broken films. The Herald editor sincerely ets that this issue of the Her it! is so far behind schedule. \e hope our readers and a«lvei sera will forgive us however the fault lies solely with oi linder press which was bad -nashed on Tuesday. We in mediately wired to Grand Haven. Mich., where ihe factory is •.rated, ordering repa rs. 0t: i i i i s u n s w e e n o o v e w i i i 'I i however as the repairs we e delayed in transit and did not ar live until Saturday. With th:it .ve thought our troubles weie over. Not so, however as part i the repairs that we hail order ei 1 liad failed to ariive. We a e u i n a a n n e a n worked practically all night Sal urday, and then spent Sundnv in the same manner, it taking almost three hours to do the work ordinarily accomplished in one. Sparks From Seim Wires r- a j.4.1 ie«di.v at the Smebttcken Home. Dale Mitchell took a load of he: Lemmon Monday. Creamery met'tin^ h.-1 1 u im Monday but tai uoi I i! tfud«d. Andrew Braa was a Sunria* call. it th« Emiuons home Monda\ Mr. and Mrs. Sholass aal (tonji\ wre vUitini Sunday. (iet your sleijfbs out affaln i »s return«i. One winter don't t. be enou«h in one y«at. Want Ads 1 have money at all times for Farm Loans. Oscar N Sampson, Lemmon, S D. Tell me about the Farm y.oi have forsiJe, Oscar N. Sampson HORSES FOR SALE Have number of young, well brok snares and geldings for sale at right prices. My Percherot. stallion will stand at my ban during the season of 1916. Geo. I. Cummings, Petrel, N. Section 11-130 'J. 44-3tp Pure Bred Rose Comb Rh de Island Red eggs for sale: $1.00 per setting. Mrs. Andrew Hr^kke, I^mmon, is. D., route 1. 40 ft GIRL WANTED Girl to work in confectionery. Must be neat appearing, willing to work, right hours and pay for right Kirl. Address Box 4N6. Lenim n. S D. Mr s. K. t\lor was u caller at tlif Shiduss hou)«» .Monday. Andrew Braa was a caller Mary Smehocken is just recoveri^n fitiin a case of pneumonia. Her many fi ienda wish her a quick t«cov Norvei Kitiiuonds. Clayton Jh iiid Ktlla Dalit are spendiii.' w.'ir sprinjf vacation at tiieir hou.• i week. hrneat and Andrew Stand wi» w rmay. 1 he.tit.ii.\ijj v\ i clean cotton rags at oound. Here is an o s o e s o little easy moti Lend to leas tnd one half feet ion county all fenced, fierce,.McLaughlin. FOR SALE—Must 1(50 acres 1) Lemmon. owner, at th N. Sampson. Notice To All I)« You are hereby at cordiitg to Chapter nance 20 till owneis pay a tax on the sai may be hid at the er. Ui-Ws the ano is coinpli w th, w: e o i i e w i e i kill all dogs ix.t In at per tag. I'e KmiDions s?i. :»t PleasaM I: a Kintiions home Kr'day. We have some rew r,« .llm^ on die llt'ory Voijjht plae* U.r a year. A Mr. Wilson from White Buttp, lias moved onto thu F. J. Ta.Un Kirm. Mr. Taylor and family will move to Lemmon. Th«y will be miss «-d by their many friends. The Braa Iki.vs had an all day job Thursday ditryintf a ft. tunnel in tue snow to their barn. They would Mm cure for such a job everyday. James eleven has bwn quite ill fi *-veral weeka with the measles. Hi. iiiuiy friends wish |iiick n-cjivery. A dane« wan sfiven at the Willey II ill triilay nitelit. A suiall crowd atu ndid but a tine time was spent. Andrew i:• at Hi.' .ii.i,.i i... i 1 I -. s»t the hoineiii he Mfs. J. B. Km visitmjf at the H,. Mi Teres-"a w«-ek witli IJwIla I V' ru Si •i ». i feW I 1.1 ,,l home. Norvei I IJi'.«» Mrs. F. C. Taylor is s|t»ndinjr a fev. »ys with her sister, Mrs. Bloasiuo Cook Locals Our iiiru B|»riny woi Hans A the ii.- n. I. i.. 1 Ioa« Ha int's. w s Oh as. Val!e\ fai. t«e l^intuon visitors Thursday. tis eleven »a* a I, It -inlmit.: Miipan,. tairi day n »i„il)r Conrad and lu1. at the Sholass home Saturdav. Frehh creamery lnt Lemmon creanityrv. mtaaumm Get a Complete Atlas °f Adams Gciiiily At The HERALD OF for $2.50 The same as the Atlas that you paid $15.00 for.