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e n & e e $ k ELEVENTH CIRCUIT WANTS AN ADDITIONAL JUDGE Interest in the movement for an adidtional circuit judge in this circuit did not develop to any ex tent, and it is believed that no at tempt will now be made to get the legislature to provide for an additional judge at this session. The movement did not originate with Judge Hughes, as some have supposed. He is not enthusiastic nor against the proposed change. While the work is very heavy at the present time, he thinks he can worry along with it a while long er. A bill has already been* introduc ed, however, providing for an ad ditional judge in the eleventh cir cuit. This, circuit lies along and south of the Milmaukee railroad, embracing a very large territory -the largest, in fact of any cir cuit in the state. Besides this there are difficulties over there in the way of communication and travel between the various parts of the circuit that make the situa tionvery serious, and the legisla^ ture is likely grant the addit ional judge. TELLER •X'« .f i®| O6PT. :lp OR HI.TOW "Teach Your Dollars to Have More Cents" MONEY TALKS And when it talks -arly everybody listens.* v There are many times, however, when money is sil lent, awaiting the opportune time to make itself heard to the best advantage. At such times the only safe place for it i« in a strong bank, such as this. Everybody should, always have some money readily available to take advantage of business buying op portunities. Open a checking account or take out a certificate of depsoit with this bank. Keep a balance ready to res pond when the call for fund3 comes. It* the easy way, the safe way to do. There is nothing compli cated or dihn-uH ut, a baftk account. Our officers and staff are eagr to oblige you, advise you or, indeed, just to visit with you. Bank V Philip Capital and Surplus $45,000.60 PROMINENT MEN OF PHILIP HELD UPLAND ROBBED Two prominent business men of Philip were held up last night and .robbed at the point of guns, by two unknown men who stated that they were broke and just had to have a dollar to see NAZIMOVA in "THE HEART OF A CHILD" at the Gem Theatre, Friday and Sat urday, January 28 and 29. Admis sion 20a and 50c. Also a good comedy. SURE OUR BEAN IS ALL RIGHT The editor of the Pioneer-Re view of Philip, this state, wants to trade his print-shop for land. He is led to make the offer from the fact that farmers are complaining about being "hard hit" and he thinks no one can be hit harder the last few years than the news paper man. That editor has a good head on him. The prospects right now for the near future are bright er for the farmer than in any oth er line of business in the north west.—De Smet Intfepenlent. jfc v 1 Through this Bank Your Money will help along General Prosperity It is safe, readily avairable, builds for you a credit and standing in the community, is an as*et and works for the community good. Funds that lie idle, that are not put to work through a bank or io some helpful way are a discredit to the owner. .. Start ymir acrmmt witlrw. SERVICE: SAFETY FIRST STATE BANK^PHILIP £££C$/rs Gl'A RS S P-ES ,v Vol. 14. No. IX Philip, Haakon Coupty, South_D-.il ota. Thursday, January 27,1921 V S I E N E o ,\ i W-H a our Special & Corresponds ie frills. The result will no doubt for another campaign. Along this which can be spent in a campaign I for or against a law or am^ndmeat to five hundred dollars, but th re is no limit as to the amount a can didate can spend to boost or work against a law if he makes it a part of his campaign, and the new bill attempts to place a limit at that gate as well as at the front en trance Among the measures which will come up soon after the session re sumes work will be one which will seek to increase the benefits under mothers pension laws. In addition to place within that law provis i ions for children who are held to gether as a family where both par ents are dead, and an older sister takes up the duties of head of ti e family and maintains the family together. Another will be one with provisions for an increase in the amount to be paid to claimants under the workwan's compensai ion law. One bill already presented which will look good to jurors "proposes to increase jury fe^-i from three to five dollars a day. Under the pre sent rate many jurors have be-n impelled to put in time on jury duty at an expanse greater than the amount they secured for su. services, and whfle it is possible that the average man ought to I™*"' CONTINUING THE PIONEER AND THE PHILIP WEEKLY REVIEW Pierre, South Dakota* Jaa.^ 2 After the first real* discussion, of i he house, just before the recess ha»e« served written notice to the djournment the house member |jve •made their first tackle of the otf Richards primary law. The dis- The gen ate members appear to ussion called out the sentiment j)e badly tangled up over what is, rioriong some of those members that immoral or sugegstive dancing and he law while absolutely bunk. in |mt lot of the "bunk from its pro- senators will get outt of the situa tions. The first vote was on the tion has bren left for more mature fifty endorsement feature, which consideration after they return repealed by the bill up, and from recess, and Haakon county I'his failed of scouring a eonstitu-, attendants at country dances had ional majority.^ Ihe next was to betetr ^onfer with their senator 'iminate the "debates" features1 hich has made it a laughing'matter. ,ock over the coutnry and this i The small boy on the prairie will ent through. Then on reconsid- have a source of revenue if the ration the first bill was again senate accepts the house bill which ulled out and passed. There are placesa ten cent bounty on each vher bills to follow which will gopher and gives county commis iiminate other features after sinners an option of placing a like hich it will be a fairly good pri- bounty on crows and magpies. But ary law, as a primary without tbe i another referendum campaign house bill." in which the law will be paraded i," willing to serve as a juror at 1 own expense, he does not look at it in such a light as a genera! pro oosition. Another jury bill being prepared but not yet introduced s intended to. remove the restric tions against women acting as jurors., and to give them that pow er and right equal with the male portion of the population of the state whiclj it is now restricted. Representative Walker of Haa kon and Stanley counties was the leader in the argument for the re peal of a part of tc.e Richards j.ii nary law, the first move toward aring off the 'trimmins" on that law, and to try to make it a prat tical workable primary act for the coal. state This started a long dis-! Hakota coal doea ®uf- eussion resulting finally in two! fer brcom^^ithTthV^l- from Philip thi3 week when the|$3, a continuance on the bill which —mi makes radical changes in vMiat shall be called malicious trespass of live stock, and it will not come up until the sessions are resumed. The bill makes it malicious tres pass if stock is allowed to wander onto land after the land owner owner the jn very way was the work of the midnight session Thursday trying eople themselves who voted for: to .s without reading it, and that itjbjj| by Crawford who wants to aould be left until the same force eliminate the old time obsolete iped it out, but the general «x-: dances from the C«»de and "make! 2 pression was that the legislative i jaw general as the dances lernbers were elected to enact which were prohibited by the code i ?asonable laws and as the prini-|VVhen enacted have long ago been I ry was anything but that several forgotten and others have taken hanges should be made to cu,tout hoir place. The 0f line, but in a different bill is onejpcst8 has passed the house and which limits the amount whichig a i gone to the senate, and if adopted candidate can spend in boostioji will mean that on proper applica tor or against a law or eonstitu- tion the different counties will be tional amendment, as a candilate. rpquired to supply the farmers The existing law limits the amount with j^ep his stock tract of land. most 0f tj1(,jr tjme at decide just what to do with the how to what they want done in the gopher bounty "goes" without option if the senate bill'to assist in elimination grasahopeprs and other insect the necessary poisons to as- siftt io work and the LOCAL MEN MANAGE The Huron Huronite recently contained the following account of this venture: "South Dakota has actually be come a producer of coal, anl the coal is being used in Huron and itother towns of the state with good results. The main purpose coal commissioners is to tains jhigh school team cai.ic 'vii and these figures it becomes plain that wiped the home tf am o'l the i:.apj uth Dakoitans soon will be buying in basket '.ull. Tvu v the. their coal at a much better price dose with !ndi w«t Saturday «han they have been paying. evening. The boys put in their) "South Dakota coal now is on spare time getting acquainted with: ^)e in Huron, and it will be han ithe general interior make up of!died through dealers everywhere. the state capitol from the dome The state will, however, sell direct down through the tunnel to thejto individuals, but n^t inr smaller power plant and were in evidence han carload lots 1 while they were here. FA* P,,, ihe ii%.ve agress to the general intent is that of an organized ef fort whenever these pests appear in any partticular section, and toj stop their spread. Dakota, promises to have an act- Richard Boyd,' traveling salesman, i We understand that other Haakon' of the ed with others t-. omc r-» :ig tl.ruiton coal, although selling for a The team was made up of tha different bills .lot yet ritroduc«"l. dollar less. The Haynes coal at Incidental to legislative action the mine is now priced as follows: Pierre entertained a live bunch forked $3 50 .Senator Cock of Butt4 Alfalfa Seed for sale at Fanner* syj? SKfiKiED Ht.lT $AU HIAT WiJX" WMMrnvm the state Hne at Haines, North High School team at the that first Hl*h bcho°' ivo vear. Earl Roush is the man- 'u anina commissioner in charge. at 8:30 R-ussel Phillips is book-keeper, and- »",»«• ^at time their plying c,otl'cs 1 produt,e coal, not for the purpose of mak-i ing money, but rather to supply ithe people of the state with fuel ™ct ^e team from the Pier jat a reasonable figure. "Manv people do not realise what ^Tin» South Dakota is doing in the coal!,Vrrc' Phlhli «nt business. Some are under'81^ heimpresfiion that the coal is be ng mine for use in state institu tions. The fact is that the com imission aims and intends to make the mine of real value and use toi ise of E. O. Roush, who was re cently appointed the coal c» "i rnission, that before a great time the production will be increased' to 400 tons daily. Mr R. Royd. salesman, spe it yesterday in Huron, and gave out some in teresting facts about South Dako- a tonj mjne mjne entry dur'nB "frere thr' 1,684 da8S- run room $2.75. From Your favorita Cuts Await Yea Hsn CITY MEAT naiwywmwo iF 1 PLEASE VOU TELL OTHERS^' NED RONNINQ, FUwt.UKTOft the in the people of the state in the£ Philip teadin* bf (eon of 'hfmips and places of business. "The South Dakota mine, loea+ at Haynes, is now turning outt.- ... j* 100 tons a day, and it is the proin-|^ Polnt3 Roush and team ^ias e,'r v The Philiu different provisions being peeled|tern coal. Tests show that it con-1fon1^mended for the excelelnt show had any cares they did not gelift off so far as the house is concern- more heat units than Scran-j ''an they w not in shape to make the best showing in the early stages of the game and the first half resulted in a tie score, 5 to 5. At the start of the second half the Philip boys woke up and out- played their opponents at every «rr. the final score bemg 24 to 15 eirA avor* I «i-i* Saturday evening the Phihp re Indian School, this game also lJa5'^.?.t the-gymnasium in off -tn ,a K0*d this game and during the early part of the first half the score stood 7 to 0 in their favor. The Indians, however, soon began be to f,h"« that the, w»rc „«J to easily defeated and the half ended me^ THE 5PEE0Y PHILIP HIGH TAKES THAT FIRST WINTER IN PHILIP TWO GAMES AT PIERRE 1907 1'.X)8 Beat Pierre High School 24 to 15 (Gathered from the files «f tha Bad River News) Pierre Indians 29 to 22 The Philip High School basket? ball team returned Sunday morrt-j Fly virtue of the law limiting ing from Pierre highly elated over fy'"n*slUS' a"d the »nd,werf ltanf. ar"4n,J Both teams ulayed snappy ball in1 IVs^vtorf^n church was at)Te ta the sceond half, Philip scorging i hold its first meet'Pg in the new church building an January %4feb. -Il mulated 11, the same as in the first An oiw looV* over the old newt half,, and the final score was 22 to|paier files of thirteen y«*arg ago, wh,le the Indlans accu" Clair Severin, guard Oren Lamb ynn and Harold Norenbe'rg, substitutes.1 The Pierre High School team young and old. Come out and give they deserve. SHOP A37Q Put up in a twinkling when you appear WE'RE HERE TO SERVE YOU well and fast iter Speed MAKES MANY STAND AGHAST! This is The Shop for CHOICE MEATS in Hurry* MARKET 9 'FI DONT PLEASE v-55 TELL,ME PHONE 24-i PHILIP. S.D. The first snow of any Spn» quence fell December 30. (thp the outcome of the two games in of less than one thousand to two, that city on. Friday and Saturday,! STATE COAL MINE, superiority over the capital city not so at first, they were able to ..—__ teams. supply the thirst of the town and The state coal mine, just across 0n Friday night they met the number of saloons in towiu Wpve having won both games and de- Philip after July 1st,, 1907, but monstrated beyond a doubt their, in spite of the fact that is seemed thin^ onlv two saloons in werc Th5 hlh" s ,ow,1 o an tv men be added to the to allow for a debate which was force in the near future. ?h'ver '."'V' ut on 9'M fairly lively in Vinter PhiliP One of our friends, who shall bo nameless now, walked into tho Gold Medal Saloon at half pas* J® seven o'clock Tursday evening De, ember 31, 1907, "and by way of in troducing himself to the bystand ers casually threw a heavy spit toon through the plate glass mir ror back of the bar. The mirror was demolished.* Ed Walker and Frank Gundar were plowing the first week ia January 1908 on their V n.cstcads south of town. John Hoek^l and Miss Anna derworder were married at Kadoka on January 8, 1908. "Kynn t. Ctmv, O. W ffesi Hattve D. Worthington, Paulina Linn and Fannie Stafford attfnd e^ the dance at Cottonwood Fri day night, January 10." All tha members of this gay coit'|K*ny haw passed on along tho trail. This is the first time the Indian he is struck afresh with the realiz- The Ladies Aid Society of the year# ation that thf»R»» hofti-stcuders wera having won several -games from a jolly lot while they tarried with some of the fastest teams in the us. There was a dance in Philip state. In fact, they are consid-(every week. Every country corres ^red by manv as one of the very pondent reported a dance in al- teams in the state in their most every other community of tha bu's are to be sect5on verv in£Lmade- th° wwk« I Harold Hoover, forward Andy Michael, forward Paul Swisher, murder cases, the Bowen ease cepter Verne Kingsbury, j^ruard from v If the newswapers. cage 0f the will play a return tranie here on between Gust Stoermer aad £. D. tomorow (Friday) night at Pohle's Bitting of Belvidere/ Hall. It promises to be interest ing and should attract evpry one the home lads the encouragement g^ay during: confinement, Buy your Flour at the Farmer*! 7 tV'V.Vv country -^1— The ^*^*arv term of tba circuit court, 1^8, was made notable by south y 'f V rf -V of Fort Pierre and tha from Interior. The term was a]s0 made notable bv the trial famous ring-tailed cow catt To mothers looking for food care and a comfortable place to call en Mrs. P. D. Evans, Philip S. D. $ fit i I*!