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Extra Big Programme at the
STAR THEATRE
Saturday, March 24
A Benefit Show for the Lemmon Band. 50% of the
gross receipts will be j?iven to the band. Come out
and give the boys a boost. II
Saturday, March 31
A Bfft#M of 50i"of the
gross
the Methodist Aid Society.
A Benefit show for the Norwegian Aid.
O O o o u O U U U u
o
o
o
receipts will be given
Saturday, April 7
A Benefit Show for the Presbyterian Aid.
Saturday, April 14
Saturday, April 21
A benefit for the Alter Society. Other benefits will
be announced later. If you are in favor of these in
stitutions show it by being at the Star, {Theatre on the
dates named.
LABGE CORN PRIZES
1\TEH-MATE FAIR
(Continued from page one)
The second class will be for
men above 18 years of age.
Prizes will be given on four var­|el
ieties of corn in this class. A
first prize of $20 will be given
for the ten best ears of each of
the following varieties, yellow
dent, white dent, Northwestern
dent and flint corn. A second
prize of $5 wiil also be given.
Besides this the Herald will give
a year's subscription to the Her
ald and the Dakota Farmer to
each exhibitor of corn at the fair
who brings his name to this
office.
U U U u
AROUND THE DAIRY.
IVur, i iilil, any kind of tlisoom
fort, l« pxiKMisivc in a dairy
o li«»ri. 'milfoil always men ns
o |roflt, It if u|i lo ,vou if your
o cows 1 not turn you |irotit.
O Xevpr mix warm anil cold
O erriiin it K\ve«t an«l slljjhlly
o ta luteal i'i«ira.
O W(**ll'l) pllils hIiouI.I not lie
O iimM fin milking. us lliey eiisil.v
O iMK-otnc m»ur mihI cannot l»t» thor
O nullity Heaiisetl.
O Xo I mil I talking slioiiM lie |#r
uiltteil in the stable, a ml It is
o l#"»t Hint tin* covrs l« milked ly
o the sauic j*r*«n* In tlie or
O il«*r at each milking.
O IJeinilnnty In milking ail« In
O leT»-lo[ilri»i a teii'lnn-v to prolong
the |erii»l of lactation.
PLOW THE GARDEN.
Lo»Mfting the Soil Has a Beneficial Ef
fect on Future Crop*.
Wluter plowing t.f the ^urtkn is of
extreme iuiporniiice in Oklahoma, for
it i ffers a pructi al tin tli'Hl of bclpin^
I solve tbe druUKht problem. The looseu
soil is in an iilwil condition to ali
sorli water. The w inter shown melt
i auil are ahsorhei], searvt.v any of the
water tliat falls ax rain In lost, ami hs
a result a va*t store of moisture in
avuilnlile later in tbe year when rains
I
are scarce and the plautH need water.
Likewise winter plowing is U'in-licial
in other ways. The alterna'te freezes
aii'l thaws hreak up the noil iwiticles,
lilerate plant food and put the ground
in an ideal physical condition. In
wets in large ntunliers are killed by
the cold winter weuther, and the trash
which lies ujion the ground rots and
lifvoniPN available for plant use. More
I over, grouud which is winter plowed
warms lip early In the sprint »d in
rainy season* can frequently lie plant
ed before it Is |«owsltle to do spring
plowing.—\V. ltapp. Deiiartment of
Horticulture, Oklahoma Agricultural
t'ollege.
TEST 8EED CORN.
In the aprlng 1 eianitned awl
tested all of the eurs. and nil
those that didn't test at least 1*8
per cent I didn't plant. I iimcle
the te^t by titUlug two kerneia
from the tip. two from tbe butt
and two from tbe center of tlm
IV ear and put tlu-in In a Imii of #f
diitup sawdust and covered It 1H
Vi with a damp, warm cloth and tV
Vt act It neur the move. At differ- VI
cut times wet tbe nawdimt, Hf
Vt and It was only a few days till
all were sprouted that would.
Artlntf \V. (iiitcs, haiuploii ISoy
i t'orn tJrower of MIskouiI. Il»14. Hf
et o o n o o o o o o o o o o o o o o i '.?% 'X VS tit W
Oscar N. Sampson
LEMMON, S. D. Established 1907
Can be depended upon for FARM
I.OANS, REAL ESTATE and all kinds
of INSURANCE.
•OOP JUD4C OVfeP-HCAWD THE. TKAVtH*S TACK IN# W CUT TOBACCO
*OU YOU CHJOV GOOD 00 ENJOY GOOO TO8ACC0
AN0 HAVE A CH£W \u MY
TOBACCO TMCN TAKE A
CHCW Of THIS W-B CUT
Tltt Mt HOW IT GOES
MtH Of STANDING
USI TOftACCO
OF Tfit BEST
QUA LI TV
H0UTH NOW-*IT'S W-B
CUT TOO
natural that a gentlemanly feeling should prompt
one man to tell another about W-B CUT Chewing,
so too, may enjoy the contentment there is in
rich, sappy tobacco—and also avoid so much chewing
and spitting.
The common-sense of it appeals to people with
brains. There's no getting 'round facts, W-B will save
a man money—a little chew lasts and satisfies. A 10c.
pouch goes twice as far as ten cents' worth of the old
ordinary kind of chewing.
*1 WEYMAH-MUTON CONTACT, 11*7 BrMi..,, (Uw T«k Cty
HARDENING CHICKS.
Importance «f Rvflulatifif th«
•tur* Under tti* Htvwi.
abouta-. decrees St the
week. 9f st the end of
so at the
end of
Tlie New .I^r^.v station rail* ttten
tlou to tbe Inijiortauoe of tbe proper
rpjfiilntion of th« temperature under
the hovers In brooders, says the Or
ange Judd Farmer. Tbe brooder 1a
tin-roughly rloanfd and adjusted, and
(lie ton»[ierature regulatwl and main
tained uniformly at U8 to 100 degrees
two or tbree days lefore tbe hlcW« «re
trsnnferred front th«- Incubator*, in or
der ttinr the.v may feel no sudden That s what so many people ask
fhanpe when transferred. Msintain me" said Miss Elizabeth Spencer,
this .r.rn^rsti.re f.nr «-.v^ter
end
of the flrat
the
grndunlly bccume
ttackatf Lege.
rlork
third.
Stocked leg* affect horne* that atand
idle in the stable. A yard should he
kept into which to turn all horsea for
exercise when they get no work. A colt
that cannot be exercised should also
have a box stall, and if hU legs stock
:hey must be haudatfcd from boof la
tack each time he come
a in.
battel Murttas* ^ale
W'her-as: Default has been made in
the conditions of certain Chattel Mort
'.rage executed by Will II. t'helps, C. D.
Dunning. Roy tJreen, John f»reen. .Jesse
'.nmpmitn and Christ Snorteland. Mort
gagors. to I. I. Crisp Threshing Machine
"»nipany (Incorporated), Morgagee. dat
ed on the jlh day of September, 1912.
ind filed for record in the office of the
(tegister of Deeds. County of I'Tklns.
in the 14th day of September 1912. and
'ip nature of such default Is the non
payment of Ten Hundred Seventy-three
nnd i»-lC0 dollars, with interest at 8
'v i cent per annum from the rth day
September 11»t? which is the amount
•talmed to lie due thereon at the date
his notice: of which mortgage and
'he debt thereby secured ssid Mortgag
ee is still the owner anil holder, and
he same has not been assigned and
o sntt or proceeding has been had for
be recovery of the debt thereby secur
ed.
Now. therefore, notice is hereby given.
"That b"cnuse of such default said mort
gage will lie foreclosed, and the under
iifned will offer for sale to the highest
bidder. 11following described personal
•iroperty covered by said morgage. to
wit:
fine '.'Rx4G in. Case Steel Separator.
vo.
"ifiTiift. fine 2f)in self feeder and band
•'liter No. 2t8SK. One No. one Weigher.
1S391. One geared attached wind
acker. No. 32SI: together with tools
These goods being heavy and immnv
b|e. under the provisions of Chattel
\forljrage taws, sale to be held at .1. I.
'asc Threshing Machine Co. sii-Hranch
1
loose in l.emni.m. County of Perkins.
nd State of South Dakota, on the 31st ..
'nv of March. 1U17, at 2:00 o'clock IV length 18
\t. of that day. Terms cash.
statement of the Condition of
VVrst State Bank of l.emmon
Leminon. S. D.. at tbe close of Imal
ncs.s on March .*. I Si
1 T.
Resources
'.oatis and Discounts |l«3.«45.33
'vvertlrnfts J5.99
Tax Certittcates 284.90
1 her Iteal Kstiite fi.351.92
Kvpcnse 2,876.13
Hanking House and Fixtures 9.090.00
Itest i ve:
Due from banks 139.131.7«
Chicks, and Drafts
for clearing 2.029.48
f'ash on hand (items below)
'urrency 13.4 32.00
Total 8233.853.55
Liabilities
Capital Stock 25.000.00
Surplus fund 5.000.00
t'ndivided profits 2.M2.22
De|Msits subject
cheek
_j.
the aeeond and
continue this so called hardening off Church in a private hearing with
process so tbnt nf the end of tbe sisth
A
aiMistotned
I 80.334.49
40.00
8.803.15
12,180.87
82.05
101,085.88
874.89
201.141.39
8233,853.55
C't'f'd checks
Cashier's checks
Due to other banks
I tenia
nd certificates
Time Certificates
Deis (iuiirantee fund
Total Deposits
Total
State of South Dakota.
County of Perkins.ss.
I. H. M. Watson, cashier of the alxive
named bank do solemnly swear that the
alxive statement Is true to the best of
niv knowledge and belief.
Not Inspiring SingingTo A
Miss Elizabeth Spencer gives view 4fi Making Records
"How do I make a record?
Qne of the best known popular
tbe rhi. ks ar# pl*ord In the hrnnder.
Tbereortrr gnidu*lijr lower the tem- Sopranos in this country who ar
perature beneath
tbe borer until it la rived in Cedar Rapids at two o'-
v s SDpncer an
Cl0Ck tK,ay s encer a
pears tonight at the St. Paul's
i_ -cj- r»u _u
week the ebb ks win tie receirinc little Edison Phonograph.
artificial heat, deftendlnf upon the 11- "I
could just as easily tell you
mfltie conditiona and temperature In
how to make a flying machine"
tbe brcxider house. The cblekn thus
to condl-
tlotis met In the colony house and on
continued Miss Spencer, "there's
nothing inspiring, standing up
before a horn and singing into it.
You don't see the machine at all.
Behind the horn is a screen.
You simply sing into this horn
but to tell you the process of
making a record for the phono
graph, I couldn't begin to do it.
Miss Spencer spoke of her
work in the Edison Laboratory
and of her recent visit with
Thomas A. Edison, who asked
that the singer come to his
office. One of her prized pos
sessions is a letter from Mr. Edi
son in which he '"egards her
voice as one of the greatest of all
the artists that have made rec
ords for him.
I
KKSI l,T or A I I A I I I 'M A MOM
tbe range Run the lumps and stoves
as uniformly as possible und avoid
variations in temperature from day to
day or from night to day. See that
lamps and stovex are adjusted to maet
any extreme iluuigea In weather. Tbe
artbui of (lie bii-ks is an Indication
of whether or not they are reeelvlug
the pro|ier amount of heat. If tbe tem
perature Is right they will form a looae
i in le at night. If they are chilled they
will tend to pile up aicaiust each other,
often smothering aome and weakening
llie rest. Tite proper temperature is
tike uioat Important factor In artificial
brooding.
senltd 1'ropoHiils wilt lie iei'eived nt
the City Auditor'* offic-. I.etniiton, So.
Oakota, up to 8 o'clock, i. in.. April
16th. 1&1T, for the construction of fo
ment street and alle3" crossinirs. Bids
to te submitted in iwconluner with plans
nnd spectflrntlons now on tile with C'itv
Auditor. A. J. Behrnmnn. Copies of
plans nnd aped Mentions nmy be hud up
on application to A. S. Tubbs. City
Fn*inp»T. upon the pnyment to him of
the sum of Three dollars ($3.00), whtcli
will be refunded to the bidders, provid
ed plans and specifications are returned
to City Knvincer on or before April
a:trrl, 1917.
On Main Street
1 crossing at intersection of .First St.
enst and west Unicth 01 feet.
1 orosHlDK at Inl.'i ^-c- .,i of Flist St.
north and south length 31 feet.
crosNiims at intersection of Second
St. east and west length li I feet.
erossmas at intersection of Second
Street north and south lenicth 3t feet.
1 I'lossinK at intersection of Third St.
eHst and west length «4 feet.
crossings at intersection of Kointh
Street east and west length 64 feet.
2 crossings at intersection of Fourth
Street north and south length 31 feet.
Apiiroaebex to Above
2! approaches to e.tch crossing).
1-ennth 6 feet.
t-'rnm Main Sirwl Went Including
Fourth street
crossing at intersection of lat Ave.
West and 2nd St. on north side 2nd St.
length 3 feet.
crossing at intersection of 2nd Ave.
West and 2nd St. on north side 2nd St.
length 18 feet.
1 crossing at intersection of 2nd Ave.
West and 2nd St. on west side 2nd Ave.
ienath 1* feet.
I crossing at intersection of 3rd Ave.
West and 2nd St. east side 3rd Ave.
length 18 feet.
1 crossing ut intersection of 3rd Ave.
West and 2nd St. north side 2nd St.
length 18 feet.
1 crossing at intersection of 4tli Ave.
West and 2nd st. on north side 2nd St.
length 18 feet.
1 crossing at Intersection of 4th Ave.
West and 2nd St. on west side 4th Ave.
length 18 feet.
2 crossings at Intersection of 1nt Ave.
West and 3d St. on north and south
sides 3rd St. length 32 feet.
1 crossing at intersection of 1st Ave.
wes and 3rd St. on west side 1st Ave
length 18 feet.
1 crossing at intersection of 3rd Ave.
\\est and 3rd St. on north side 3rd St.
length 18 feet.
i crossing at intersection of 3rd Aie
West and 3rd St. on west side 3rd A\e
length 18 reet.
1 crossing at intersection of 4th Ave.
U est and 3rd St, on north side 3rd St.
lengtit 18 feet.
I crossing at intersecion of 1th Ave.
West and 3rd St. on West side 4th Ave.
length 18 feet.
I closing at intersection of 1st Ave.
tnd appliances with the machinery. est and 4th St. on north side 4th St
length 32 feet.
crossing a Intersection of 1st A v.
est and 4th St. on west side 1st Ave
length 18 feet.
I crossing at intersection of 2nd Ave.
Vest and Itli st. on South aide 4th St.
1
crossing at intersertion of 2nd Ave.
Dated at Watertown this loth day of ««st and llli St. on West side 2nd Ave.
March, ml'
.1. I. Case Threshing Machine Co.
(Incorporated)
I'.y c. K. Fryer, Asst. Branch Mgr.
length J8 feet
I crossing ai Intersection of 3rd Ave.
X.°,sli,,lTJ
St on
40
-Vorth side 4th St.
crossing at Intersection of 4th Ave.
n"'l
J11'»
on north side 4th Ht.
leniftn 1H
Amtroaelies
length
n
Above
approaches (j 0 crossing),
1 hetwi
CrossIngs
north
u,
,t'V".!.n »nd 1st Ave, W.
side .nil st. length '20 feet.
'tween 1st Ave. 2nd Ave
north side 2nd SI. length 20 reet.
I between 2nd Ave. and 3rd Ave,
north Side 2nd st. length 20 feet.
1
V"
Avfi'
1 between ,m Ave. »nd 4th Ave.
north side 3rd si length 70 feet.
'»i iT*'/' '"t. Ave W.
south side 3rd st length 20 feet
'"t. Ave W.
north side 4th St. length 20 feet
Av
no',}lt\ N'd*-
R. M. WATSOJT, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
'his 20th day of March 1917.
(SKAl.) Jas. H. l.emmon.
,V"
Notary PuhHc.
My Commission expires June I. 1011.
Correct Attest C. A. Bennett.
j-
St
how near like her own voice is
the record of it.
After studying in Paris, Miss
Spencer returned to her native
country, America, and made a
tour of the United States, ap
pearing on concerts and recitals,
so that she has been given a
wide hearing. It is said of Miss
Spencer that she is probably bet
ter known to New Yorkers than
any other singer whose work is
of a strictly legitimate character,
her versatility especially appeal
ing to many, she possesses a
voice of remarkable range. She
sings soprano roles, mezzo sopra
no roles, and contralto roles with
equal facility, the remarkable
thing being that her voice is
properly placed in each of these
registers. Miss Spencer has
many engagements in Iowa, and
her audience no doubt will be a
large one.
Miss Spencer will appear in
Lemmon at the Armory, on Tues
day evening, April 3rd, under
the auspices of Macombers Phar
macy.
Admission by Card only, which
may be obtained by application
The singer says it is uncanny to MArOMBER'S PHARMACY.
Call for Bid*
SHINE
IN EVERY
DROP"
Bl:irk.- kSU vcP ,!i8h
i dnfrr- t. It f«'cs n -t
dry 0'it can bo usi.l to tho
lu.it )!)..:! a- pju t#
tv
fift t.
get your iiiouey'fiworth.
Black Silk
Stove Polish
ly m«iit «wonnmtriU. bt't it rir«n ht^Hi
i In- tro ttu.i crtri
not) tiL'. .H!'t*»i v itu eny
is not
ant, si
i.lier u^l.sh. S.«l
ttlj uff tl Jiik«h f.-nr i 1
poiiRh
is
4th Ave
north s:de 2nd st. length 20 feet.
between M„m St. and 1st. Avr
n".r,t.'
Jold 217.50
Silver 4.158.40
Coin 210.14 10.28S.C5
Total Cash Asset* 51.4T».t8
l'-n«th 20 feet.
Ave. W.
south side 4th st length 20 feet
1 between 'nil Ave. nnr] 3rd Ave W
north side 4tli si length 20 reet
I bet ween 3rd Ave „nri 4th Ave
Icngth 20 feet
f°rn «i
,V".'k n"",«
»"bmltled
on th#» followhtK I!(h|h: Koi lh^
nr! Allrr f*f*OMmIiikh, W|iifirr fitt*t nmj tn*
tnmiNiirffnpnt for awm-h**
f»»ot nf Wftftrinu mirfaro und r'uUlr r*lftI
of base. Which IS irreg, u ,, ,1, ft,
Kach bid to be
fted rha'k In the
the amount of
City Commission
to refect nnv and nil
eomjia nied by Ctrl I
"""n of 10 i»«r rent ..f
be bid. The floard -,t
rrverves tbe riul
The successful bidder will be r«eii,
ed to enter Into e,,nirnf.( !,
City and furnish bond for the fultl,"
fill performance of bis contract
All proposal, to be
als for Street and Alley cm*.i„.«
tn
c:
dtv
»r «i ii«*« us a* cntJinary
you t.mfc, work ana mi'iiey.
Don't forget—when yoa
wnist Le bjvc to
i'«»r m-.u kSi'k. If it
thr ln'atetovojwi'-^h ym ever
r»-if0cuie^ refund
y-jur money.
rUeW Si'k Stave **©!t*h
Works, Sterung, Ii»inoit.
TV- Black ?,l!k AirHryintr
Iron r»g
1h *m,J ulllO
f..• etie n 110. i'rvvasntc
ruaunK. Xiy it.
OU* W Si'k Metal Po!.
lnh iurti.
It
'•kly, c»»» y ami Invt
-if't It *h
il lorupeoimut^xnoti
Get a Can TODAY?
your service.
by Hepteinber
'»'I*VIAN. Mwy'ir,
A, J. Behrmann, city Auditor.
STRANG
I Phv«
Physician and Surgeon
Room.: Front Suit*
First National Bank Bid
Lemmon, S. D.
Undertaking]
AND
Embalming
S EVANS0N, Lenn
Dr. J. T. UYNE
E N I S
Omduate Minn. State Unfl
LEMMON, S. D.
Sanitary Barber
S
CLYDE CHPISTUN pr0p
Hot and Cold
Baths
Agent (or Aberdeen Steim LuJ
H. A Ellis D. D.
DENTIST
office Macornber Block
Lemmon, So. Dako,i
Dr. O. W. Phelpe
Physician and Surgeon
County Phjticisn Offle
for Perkina Co, Drat!
Will attend calls day or 1
Dr. J. E. Cui
Office in
FIRST NAT HANK
Ground Floor
Calls Attended Day Niga
H. H. TOMKUY
Practial Auctioneer
See or Write Me at
LEMMON,
f. c. totte:
PHYIK'IA.V ». KI IK
Diiwm of the Eye, Ear. K»r and Tm
a Specialty.
Over Uaeomber rharmcy LKUMON.
The Herald and
Plant Your Grain With a KENTUCKY DR|
carry low grade grain to market when your|
land will produce the best? In many cases!
the difference in grade is caused by the way tbe seed!
is planted.
Experts say, and many farmers know, that the quality of thel
Krain at harvest, other things being equal, is determined by thel
method used in planting. I
The best planted grain finishes the best. The better the
planting, the better the start, the heavier the grain, the
uniform the grade.
Of all planting methods the drill method is best. The RT
planted evenly and without waste. It is all planted at the
correct depth. It is covered uniformly.
When a drill is used the best possible start is insured. That I
means less harm from cither extremely wet or dry season?, the I
heads filled out solidly with plump kernels, the grain all
jng at the same time. That, in turn, means money saved at I
harvest, in threshing, and top prices for the grain you sell I
nia^er
what grain crop you plant this year, the
drill will give you a better chance to make a profit this
From our extensive line you can easily choose just the type 1
drill you need. A word from you and all our facilities
MEIDINGER BR0THE1
Lemmon, South Dakota
Dakota Ft
for $1.56.
U V!TL
CKY
morel
i:ri
ripen
Kentucky
fall-
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