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HILBANK, S. D. W. W. DOITNIE, Editor and Pabl"f OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND C0U1TT. FRIDAY. OCT. IJ-98. REPUBLICAN TICKET. CoNttmSMtOKAl for Congressmen— ROBERT J. GAMBLE of Yankton C. H. BURKE of Uu^rbM. STATE. Tor Governor— KIRK O PHILLIPS of Lawrence. For Li* uten&nt (iovernor— JOHN T. KEANE of Saabont. for Secretary of State— WILLIAM H. RODOLX of Brooktags For Trfaetirer— .JOHN S. CHAMBEKof Hntchlason. For Auditor— J.I). REEVE8 of Brown. P&r Superintendent of School*— E. K. COLLINS of C'lajr. For Commissioner of School and Public DAVID EASTMAN of Roberto. For Attorney General— JOHN L. PY1.E of lMadle. For Railroad Commissioner— WM. G. SMITH of Meade. LBuiHiATire. For Senator— THOMAS FITCH. For Representative a— A.G SOMERS. WILLIAM SCHAFFER. COUNTY. tor Sheriff— WILLIAM JENNINGS. For Clerk of Courts— «EOK(JB W. PRKVEY. For States Attorney— GEORGE S. RIX. For Auditor— i S. TRIJRAN. For Treasurer— N.SAFPORD. Vwt County Judge— S.S. LOCKHART. For Superintendent of s hools— M. M. KAMER. For Coroner— W. R. ROBISSON. For Surveyor-* W. 8. CROWL. Fw Register of Deeds— W. MERTTAfC. For Oonnif Commismoner Hrst District— JOHN O. NELSON. For Conntjr Commissioner Second District WILLIAM GRAHAM. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. Republican meetings will be held at the following places and dates: MELROSE—Tom's school house, Friday Oct. 11—F. F. Moore and Hon. N. I. Lowthian. KII.BORN—Town hall. Saturday, Oct. 16—F. Moore. REVU.LO, Saturday. Oet. x—Prof. A. H. When i on. LINDBtKG SCHOOL llOUSK, Big Stoae Twp., Saturday EV nine, Oct. S—F. F. MOM*. MASON SCHOOL HOUSE, AI ban Twp., Tuesday evening, Oct. 11—F F. Moore. To all of these meetings citizens generally are cordially invited, regardless of political af filiation. The questions of the day, state and national will be presented and discussed in a fair and courteous manner, and with the hope that the best interests of the country will be subserved. The New York democrats at their state convention repudiated free silver aud refused to endorse the Chicago free silver platform. 1 he few free silver men in the convention were utterly power less and were not even allowed to make a speech on the subject. Ihe democratic leaders uuder stand that it is useless to come before the people again carrying this load •I.OO.HIKS VlLLFY, Hans Blo*tervold caiue near losing his bouse by tire but through the timely as aistance of neighbors all the property was saved hut a small barn and some ot the wooden parts on his machinery. N. C. Henderson is going to start a billiard hall and lunch room in Summit. H. A. Hanson is building a large new granary. The high winds of the last week have interfered with threshing. Now that the county conventions have been held, we presume the political pot will begin to boil. From the farmers point of view, the most important offices to be tilled this fall are those of senator and representa tive. The renomination of Hon. A G. homers by the republicans shoul 1 solid ity the farming element in his behdit. His experience in the last house, bis splendid work fir the homesteaders, his wotk for a good railroad law, are still trf sh in the minds of the voters, and no doubt will cut an important figure on election day. NMC STONE CITY. Big Stone Headlight Sept. 22,1898. Fred Albrecht, of Chicago, is visit ing his brother Lewis, who lives north west of town. Mike Fink is building an addition to his home which will add greatly to its -appear anoe. Geo. P. Lorenz left Sunday night for ')watonna, Minn., where he has accept ed a position with the Olson tool manu facturing company just starting up. Jeorge is one of the beet tool black smiths in the country and will be a val uable man for them. Mrs. Lorenz will remain with her parentaVthis winter. Andrew Wolf returned Saturday night tf9» a three weeks vi*it with relatives and friend# at his foraier home in Wis C\«ME. The *c*kk5 ttteodanc* is larger now ifcae #*er b*7Vr« nod bv the tiuie the w.oi#- :«Tm there will be hardly xvu sb.e bo Bin Stone City to aay way you *ant tif .:re.. K JL •rrtr««d Saturday from 1l-' lnrv *»d *i:i I* in charge of $.*.«. .»! Hus City. Tiie bank i laMkiti. W# found Mr. "k +'**#$ bright and interesting j-i5fcf must *ii-k ji'Uj iirsl acquaintance mi A, ii.jBfc •i«r|sr»a»»» you with hi* busi isi# We are glad to *+:Kv*mr* ra-n into our business and #*"1* His wife will follow later fee ca.n find DO house to move into. H* ts build a ea^ant Lome in ':e *i4r*og They will do a general hant!r^ busmen and will make a spe »Uy of *h rt loans. They have several 8 be buv8 ten 1 banks behind tiieni scattered all over the the 11i tli west l"* ateti HI Overshoes, Rubbers. When the time comes for Overshoes and Rubbers, remem ber that we noid t.hem lor les* than manufacturers prices Inst wintei and will do the same this winter. We handle only the best brands and iruarantee every pair. will quote prices later in the season. Miscellaneous. Our stock of I)re38 Goods and Silk" comprise ail varieties and fall colorings. Table Linen*, Dr»ss Trimmings, Hib)Kns. Corsets, Lace, Embroidery, Handkerchiefs. Flannels, C!..*kings, Lace Curtains, Glove", Ladie's, Misses', Children's Hosiery. Un derwear, Crorkevr, Glassware. Lamps. Groceries, Boots & Shoes, and Men's furnishing g«»ods all invite your inspection and we aek an opportunity to qiote prices lo all intending purchasers be fore they purchase elsewhere. Guarantee. Attjr goods not wanted or not satisfactory may be returned and money will be refunded. We will meet all competition on any goods that we handle. Our stock of Goods is too large for us to quote prices on everything. We respectfully invite you to call aud inspect oar goods and get our prices. ERLANDSON & JOHNSON. a=id you will see one of Fuller Warren Go's celebrated Stewart Steel Ranges It is tiie latest up to date Stew «rt Range and holder of he Jucky number will receive for one dollar thiB Range valued at fifty dollars. There are four .ousand cards. each purchaser of one dol lars worth of goods at my store will receive, free of charge, one of these Deuorali, invite your attention. lo And with it our usual preparation for the fall trade. Mention is made of a few departments. Clothing. friVVe have the largest stock cf Men's, Hoys' and Childrens' Clothing and L)iess goods i Mi bank and our prices are lower than ever before. Call and see them before you buy. We can Save you money and when you want a tine suit made to order call and see our Custom tailoring samples from $12 up. Neckwear. The most complete assortment of patterns in JSiiibank. All styles of TechFour-in-hand, »ws and Strings. Reg gular 50 cent quality for 25 cents. Cloaks, Capes, &c. Our stock of Ladies' Misses', and Children's Cloak#. *ilpe8, Jnckets, Fur Collarettes, Scarfs, Muffs and Sets is very large We •ive Ladies'Jackets from $2.50 to $15. Fur Colltrettes from $3 to $'J0, Muffs from $1 to i5 and Capes Irom $4 to $10. Men's Headwear. We will sell all our Men's Hats at greatly reduced prions. Our stock of Fall and ^Vinter Caps is very large and our prices are low. We uuarantee to lit any shaoed head on earth. You don't meet with the old saying '*we haven't got it." Any thing you ask f«»r we either have or make it »ur business to get it for you on short u tice. We have all s zes from (i1^ to 7^. dollars' worth, ten cards will be given and *o on When the cards are all issued, the party holding the correspond ing number to the one sealed and held by the Fuller Warren Co will receive for one dollar this fine Stewart Range which is worth, and sells for tiftv dollars. Respectfully yours, J. a FARLEY. IOWH. True). I.fike Lien ion and Ortonville, Minn., and Klkton, 8. I). They have an announcement elsewhere to which o'clock the we«hiinir feast wis had and from that ON it WHS of pleasure till late thismormnsr. There WHS plenty to eat, drink ard smoke, you could lake your choice without price There was a large attendance and all had a ho! time. The newly married couple will make their home with the parents of the groom and he wi 1 manage Ins father's larm. The FALL IS HERE m. we The marriage of Mr. liiriholamew Fraipent to Miss Adla Jolinson Wednes day was i-eleliriited in Big Mo tie town ship in shape. The young couple were niurried at 10 o'clock a. at Mi' bank ly Uev. N. Fitch. U 0 & \i three & $ one ?ont nual round a HKAIH.IUHT wish es them much joy and prosperity. W er u i I 0 0* 0' ot 0] 0' 0* 'A & BE Stone & Sullivan Dress Goods. We are showing as handsome and complete a line of Suiting trom to $2 per yard as you will find in the state. Look at tlie new Blues, the Plaids, Bayadere, Stripes and Soa tache Goods. Cloaks. Come to us for yoor Winter Cloaks and we will save you money. Blankets. We can offer you bargains Blakets from 50 Shoes. Ladies', Gents', Misses' and Cliil drens* Shoes, Some rare bargains on our counters. AUCTION! I Will sell at public auction, on my farm 3 miles north of Milhank, on the Sec. 25, Twp. 121, Range 48, on SATURDAY, 0CT0BEK 8, at 1 o'clock p. in., my farm stock and implement an follows: Cows i Hay 3 rakt 5 Calves 1 Seeder 1 Hull i i)rin 2 Heifers 1 sod cutter 2 Hreeding sows 1 JSuggv 4 Hones sleigh Drags 1 Hinder I Set of harness 1 Mower Range Many articles not mentioned in the above list will be included in the sale. ...RW ,, II.II MIII ue Terms A s u s u n e $ 1 0 a s A sums over $1), one year's time, with secured paper and 10 per cent, interest, except -stock with cloven foot which must be cash. F. ROBEL, Visit our store for every thing you want in Dry Goods Groceries, Shoes, Fur Goods, Gents Furnishing and Crockery. We agree to sell you the BEST goods for the LEAST money. S§ ,0 10c. in cents up. 50 &SUI $100,000 To Loan on Grant and Roberts Coun ty Farms, payable at our Bank in in stallments, Ont. Fitth or One-Tenth each year. DON'T Underwear. Our line is now complete Ladies', Misses', and Childrens' Tn derwear. We have the Combina tion suits also. Underwear from 'J') cents up. Millinery. We are now ready to show you your heart's desire in fall and winter styles in Millinery. Our Millinery department is always tlie center of attraction Misses' and Childrens' Tains from 25 cents up. Fur -Coats If yon are thinking of buying a Fur Coat call and see ours. We have the Mc&ibbiii Cunt—none bet ter made. Groceries, We always keep the best. best is none too good and are cheaper than poor goods. Remem ber our Spires are strictly pure. V\ e do not keep adulterated Have you got one of our half bushel measures that go with one ran of Baking Powder* No home complete without one. Try rent Tea -it will prolong Renew any old Loans before calling or writ ing us. Farmers lank. Milbauk, S, D, I 8 of Tlie far I 1 goods. of is 1 our your life. 9 S I Opera Huuse Li«rf ear MMt* GOOD RIGS, GOOD STABLING REASONABLE All teams left at thin stable w i" recetvfl" fill attention. Fred Fitcfc p. newnoR E. P. Mesmer & Jewelers JEWELERY, SILVERWARE. WATCHES. CLOCKS. Repairing given Promp*] attention.