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Weak Kidney*, rarely point to weak kidney
The Kldneyi, like the .Heart, and tlie
find their weftkneM, not in thn own
bat to the nerree Mutt control nnd eulde
hen them. Dr. ghoop's Ke*torntTv« li
specifically prepered to roach thoM
foaMUim nenrae. To doctor the Kilney* alone,
it Mw. ll k warte of than, end of money
tad •die* or la weak. II the urine
Udark and strong. If you have symptom!
I or other dlitreMtnc or dangerous kid
For First-Class Work in
Painting and Decorating
HIGH GRADE PORTRAITS.
.V!* Photographic Work to suit
j.' your taste and pocketbook.
At. home at my studio 0#
i HantAV Ut paof nn
North Center Street on
FIKSDAHL, The Photographer
R. H. Townsend, Pres.
Co. Hnrveyor of Stanley Co.
Office, opposite Court House
IT. PIKKKK, SO. DAK.
Oldest Established Land
Agency iu Stanley County.
K a n
We have an accurate acquaint
ance with all portions of the
county based on surveys made
and can show any corner desired.
Lint the land with us you want
sold. Come to
Shoop'f Reetoratl ve
jUld—and aee It can and will
Write or Call on
W. J. Snelson
Wokama, S. D.
||f _|« I/?
for the land
you want to buy.
Agents wanted Everywhere.
Aldrich & Phillips
..e-K,.' Ptompt delivery of goods and cere in
BtioM reasonable Work guaranteed
*\i Philip, South Dakota
Jle Cs AULO
Baa had years of experience in the
general building ltne. Will draw
plan aoA voake estimates. Want to
flguil lllt township bridge work, or
any other building work Deeded.
PHILIP, SO. DAK.
D.W. Roush & Son
Jtat UB figure with you before build
!,.oSn save you money.
,_ I fM+*#*HWM«M**44+«4M|
Civil Engineer and
S u v e y o
Will survey your lands and eft
tablish your corners accurately $
at reasonable prices. Write for
information in regard to this
class of work. i
I FORT PIERRE, 8. D.
We have the Urgent Purely Home Grown
Nuraery Stock in the State, Forty year*' ex
porlfin'w as a Nurseryman and Orchardist In
(lie Northw«Ht. Author of "fiurimy'ti North
wimi'i-ii I'omolotfy." Send for our 41»t annual
We have a large stock of Forest
Trees, including Russian Olives,
Shade Trees and Evergreens that
will grow. Fruit Trees, the hardiest
small fruits, flowering shrubs, bulbe,
A bill for which you pay an "airent" 110 you
can irft for Hi or #4 and sometimes !•»». Don't
fall to send for catnloir, No awnts employed.
C. W. GURNEY, Yankton, So. Dak.
I RKDI MAHRS
quickly lutcertniu our opinion fr«e whether
ItirenM'iti pr. patent,»bl% C'omtnunlna.
II.'ihk:ilot !r roiiudniiMal. HANOBuQK on i'atente
aeut i H'W'st itueiirf for •oourliiKpatenta.
1'nr111« tnlt.-ji tlirouah Munn a Co. reoelvi
wit hoot ebnrge. In the
A h« il«omeTy tllnatrated weekly. T.»rre«t elr
onliiiioii of any ivIentlOa lournal. Term*, |S e
viir: four nioiithi, |L Sold by all newsdealer*.
DR. JAMES C. CLARK
PHYSICIAN & SURGEd*
Calls answered night and day.
Glasses fitted for all eye defects,
Cottonwood, S. Dak.
DR. N. B.
Physician and Surgeon
Office first door east of Center street
on Pine street.
Ned H. Benedict
C. L. Hill
MNCOfCT A HILL
THE LAND MEN
Philip, 8outh Dakota
A. 0. Putnam
Wants a share of your busi
ness. Is in a position and has
the facilities for prompt service
your wants be known
Floyd L. Harris
CITY DRAY LINE
He is also
THE ICE MAN
Tell him your troubles
Dr. R. B. DRIVER
At Philip Four Days each Week
From Monday to Thursday IndL
tforth Crater Street
OUM me LUHOS
Government Iand Opening Tripp
County, S. D.
The Government opening of Tripp
Co., lands will probably occur about
October 1st, when a million acres will
be thrown open to settlement, in
cluding some of the finest lands in
the West. The Rosebud extension of
the Chicago & North Western Ry. is
the only railway line to these lands.
See that your tickets read to Dallas,
the terminus of the North Western,
a half-mile from the reservation bord
er. United States Land office will
probably be located here. Send for
descriptive pamplet giving all details
about the land and how to secure a
quarter section of it free on ap
plication to P. B. C. & N. W., ticket
Tickling or dry coughs will quickly
loosen when using Dr. Shoop's Cough
Remedy. And it is so thoroughly
harmless, that Dr. Shoop tells mother
to use nothing else, even for very
young babies. The wholesome green
leaves and tender stems of a lung
healing mountaiuous shrub give the
curative proprieties to Dr. Shoop's
Cough Remedy. It calms the cough
and heals the sensitive bronchial
membranes. No opium, no chloroform
nothing harsh used to injure or sup
press. Demand Dr. Shoop's. Accept
nooUwf. Sold by Pioneer Pharmacy.
Ilunyans in Trouble
Andrew G, Ilunyan and his son,
Walter, both residing north of Grind
stone, were placed under arrest Tues
day morning on a charge of grand
larcency, th® Review editor being
the prosecuting witness. On the
afternoon of Thursday of last week
Walt Runyan went into the bunch of
town cows and drove out a heifer be
longing to the writer. The animal
was taken out to the farm of Andrew
Runyan, where on Saturday it was
found tied up In the barn. Monday
a search warrant was issued, and
Deputy Sheriff Whitney went out
and recovered the animal. Arraing
ment was made Tuesday morning for
the arrest, and the time of prelimin
ary hearing set for this (Friday)
afternoon at 1 o'clock.
It's a pity when sick ones drug the
stomach or stimulate the heart and
kidneys. That is all wrong! A weak
stomach, means weak stomach nerves
always. And this is also true of the
heart and kidney ailments. The
weak nerves are instead crying out
for help. This explains why Dr.
Shoop's Restorative is promptly help
ing stomach, heart and kidney ail
ments. The Restorative reaches out
for the actual cause of these ailments
—the failing "inside nerves." Any
way test the Restorative 48 hours.
It won't cure so soon as that, but
you will surely know that help is com
log. Said by Pioneer Pharmacy.
Gas Belt Exposition
ITdf four days, September 22nd to
25th, there will be big times in
Pierre when they hold their second an
nual exposition. Reed's Famous Mil
itary Band will give a full line of con
certs, and the latter half of each day's
program at both matinee and even
ing concerts will be filled out with the
finest line of special vaudeville acts
ever seen In the west or that money
can buy. There will be a big line of
free street attractions, with balloon
ascensions, carnival shows, ball games
by the best teams In the state
etc. In fact, there will be something
doing every hour of the day. In
addition, the exposition building will
be tilled with the finest agricultural
products of the counties in the gas
belt region. This county will have a
magniflcient exhibit, having already
secured ample space for that purpose.
Half fare rates have been secured
from the railroads, and everyone who
goes will have the best time of their
How to Get Strong
P. Daly, of 1247 W. Congress St.,
Chicago, tells of a way to become
strong. He says:1'My mother, who
is old and very feeble, Is deriving so
much benefit from Electric Bitters,
that I feel It's my duty to tell those
who need a tonic and strengthening
medicine about it. In my mother's
case a marked gain In flesh has
resulted, insomnia has been over
come, and she is steadily growing
stronger." Electric Bitters quickly
remedy stomach, liver and kidney
complaints. Sold under gearantee
by all druggists. 50c.
A pleasing, good, high grade truly
flavored, amber colored coffee oan be
had—and without the real coffee
danger, or damage to health—by
simply using Dr. Shoop's new substl
tute, called "Health Coffee. Pure,
wholesome, toasted cereals, malt,
nuts, etc., make Dr. Shoop's Health
Coffee both healthful and satisfying.
No 30 to 60 minutes tedious boiling.
"Made in a minute," says Dr. Shoop.
If served as coffee, it's taste will ever
trick an expert. Test it and see.
Sold by H. A. Kumm.
Pink Pain Tablet*—Dr. Shoop's—
stop headache, womanly pains, any
pain* anywhere in 20 minutes sure.
Vtanttttla on the 26c box. Ask your
or doctor about this far inula
Qu'gg Sells Land.
Money to loan on patented lands.
J. A. Quigg.
Let Aldrich ft Son put a piano in
Insure your growing crops against
hail with II. B. Fislar.
A baby girl was born Friday to Mr. i
and Mrs. George Paddock.
See the new stock of lumber at tin
ROBINSON BROS, lumber yard.
Leave orders for Winter Wheat
and Rye within the next ten days at
C. H. Leggett's.
E. L. Keith's crew of carpenters
are erecting the McGuire house in
the west part of town.
Miss May Dunlevy left last Thurs
day for Spearfish where she will
attend the state normal.
A. L. Zavitz returned Tuesday
from Mitchell, where his family has
gone to reside through the school
An addition 16x24 feet in size is
being built to the McLane house, for
which I). W. Roush & Son have the
Tom Hudspeth is building a
bachelors' hall" on a lot in the
Michael-McLane addition, near the
J. W. McPherson of Smith, left
Friday for Tyndall, where he will
spend two weeks with his family and
looking after business matters.
R. M. Waddell's house, which Is
being erected on the lot west of the
Presbyterian church, is rapidly assum
shape. Burt Adams is the contractor.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. West left
Friday night for Pierre, where they
will make their future home. Tbo
West Land Co. has need of his ser
vices there, hence his removal.
B. S. Prather is moving his family
down from the farm near Smith,
that the children may attend the
local school. They will occupy one of
the Rea cottages in the east part
The many who attended the state
fair at Huron from here pronounce
the big show as a decided success.
The attendance was excellent, reach
lng above the 30,000 mark on Thurs
Strayed—From my place the south
east quarter of section 35-1 S-L'l.
eight spring calves, five heifers ami
three steers, on August 12. Anyone
fiuding same please notify Milson
E. Dixon, Kadoka, S. D.
Strayed from Philip, one small
crop-eared buckskin mare, light
colored main and tail, t#anded H— on
left flank. Finder notify A. F.
Grahm, Wokama, S. D. or John Rea.
Van Metre, S. D., and receive reward.
A. F. Graham, Wokama, S. D.
Dr. A. G. Fletcher, eye specialist,
of Sioux City, Iowa, will spend four
days at Philip on Sept. 21, 22, 23 and
24. Dr. Fletcher makes a special
of treating all diseases of the eye and
tilting glasses. He has had extenshv
hospital practice and comes very
highly recommended. He can he
found at Dr. Driver's office on North
Excavating has been commenced
on the lots east of the Presbyterian
church, where E. M. Merrigan, who
is now a resident of the Smith
neighborhood, will build a dwelling
house. The building will be 24x32
feet in size, cottage style. Mr. Mer
rigan has purchased two lots and will
move to town as soon as the building
Dan Bierwagen was here the later
part of last week enroute to his
home near Hardlngrove. He at
tended the state fair at Huron
and the fair which a Sioux City
syndicate puts up each year in com
petition with ours. He says the
Huron fair had the one in Sioux City
skinned in every way but in cattle
and at that the cattle were too fat,
making the appearance more of a fat
stock show. The Huron fair had
decidedly the best of it in horses,
agricultural display, and in every
Chas. Neal is probably the moat suc
cessful vegetable raiser of any of our
people this year. He put Into garden
a track of land on the Slocum place
northwest of town on North Fork,
and has for sootie time been furnish
ing the local stores with fresh veget
ables of all kinds. Practically every
day he can be found in town with
his market wagon. Gardens seem to
do particularly well in the valleys of
Stanley county, where the soil is
somewhat heavier than on the up
lands and we have an. idea that the
one Mr. Neal now has will compare
favorably with any in the county.
Socialist Leader Here Tomorow
The "red special," bearing Eugene
V. Debs, the Socialist candidate for
president, Is scheduled to pass east*
ward over this extension tomorrow
afternoon. The train will reach
Philip between fire and pix o'clock
and a ten minutes stop has been!
arranged for. Debs to an orator of
national reputation, and will prc-j
bably make a short speech.
One year—$1.00 500
Two —$2.00 1250
Three —$3.00 jooo
Four —$4.00 ....2750
Five —$5.00 3500
Patrons of the Review Prompt Printery's job
irtment from Philip will be entitled to 100
votes for each dollar's worth of job work done In
this office during the life of this contest Patrons
from any part of the county outside of Philip will
be entitled to 200 votes for each dollar's worth of
job work done in this office. We make this as aft
extra inducement for you to let Bainey print It.
WHO WANTS THIS
The Review Tuesday afternoon placed on exhibition at the furniture store
ol Aldrich fe Son, a handsome Adam Schaff piano, a likeness of which is given
herewith. We are going to give this splendid musical instrument, which retails
at 1400, to
The Most Popular Young Lady in Stanley County
The Review is already classed as the most popular newspaper published in
the comity, and now we are going to help make someone
an ax to grind, of course, and here is our proposition:
Patrons of this office will be entitled to participate in this contest, so mucli
according to the amount of the patronage and what department is patronized.
Any lady who is a resident of Stanley county is qualified to enter the contest.
The ballots will be placed in a sealed ballot box, unaltered as they are sent
in by the contestants or their friends, and at the close of the contest will be gone
over by a canvassing and awarding board, composed of uninterested business men
of the county. The date of closing the contest will be announced later. The
contest editor will keep an account of the votes as they come in, and a list show
ing the standing of the contestants to Wednesday evening at 6 o'clock will be
published each week.
In the subscription department, all old and new subscribers making pay
ment during the contest on subscriptions are entitled to vote according to the
The schedule for old subscribers (those on our subscription books on Aug
ust 1, 1908) applies to those paying arrearages or in advance.
Be sure your name is on all ballots and coupons before putting them in the
Get ia yow wtes and help tiutt young woman win the prize.
The piano is one of the new productions of Adam SchafF, manu
facturer. It is what is known as an "Artistic Colonial" to distinguish it
from the severe type. It has met with much favor among musicians.
It has a new fullatri-cord over-strung scale with full metal plate, 7 1-3
octaves, genuine„ivory*keys and ebony sharps, also practice pedal. Made
in quarter-sawed golden oak. It retails at stores throughout the state
at $400, and is warranted for ten years.
How to Nominate
Nominations, of course are the first in order. Subscribers only are entitled to make nominations,
BU6 nominations and votes can be cast at the same time. Use the blank, whtoh must be out
from the Review, in making nominations.
I nominate.. ..........Address..
As the »oet popular young lady in the Jtsview contest.
Date.. ..U0& Address..
E&eto tiefritnafton sent tn wilt count ten votes. Send to the Review Contest Department The
Review reserves the right to reject any objectionable nominations.
Cut out this blank and send to the Review, with your name or tbe-mtme and address of your
favorite candidate. This blank can be used as often as desired for the same candidate, and each and
every one counts ten. The name of the party making the nomination will not be divulged if desired.
How to Vote
mgfe soltcftor for OSs paper, or candidate in this contest, is provided with ballot booksT and wU1
issue votes to all old subscribers paying arrears or in advance, or to new subscribers Ds.yiwr in advance.
Ballots can also.be obtained at the Review offloe.
Patrons of the legal department of the Re
vfew will be entitled to cast 200 votes for each
dollar paid for publishing in this department
during the life of the contest. This offer in
cludes the publication of final proofs, and legal
notices required published by the state laws,
outside of town, township and county affairs.
One year—$1.00 400
Two —$2.00 iotx
Four "—$4.00 20oo
Have the Review print your final proof notice.
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