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L. K. Ooldnmlth.CKth.Fort PImt* Hank R. A.RIfilnkl.Cuh.FlnitHMM Bulk of Philip
Martin Johnaon, Cash. Bank of Kadoka J.E.UtterbacIc, Pre*. Htdvidere State Bank
R. E. Morgan. R*KlHter of Deeds of Stanley County
Home Land & Abstract Co.,
L. Parcel Is, Secretary and itou*l*d Abstracter
Respectfully Solicits Your Business Fort Pierre, S.
Why Not Make it of Cement?
If you are going to build, you can certainly
find some point where it would be to your
advantage to use cement in some form. See
me for anything in cement construction,
brick or plaster work.
Q. W. A O K...
Northwestern Hotel and Bakery
Bread and All Kinds of Pastry constantly
on band. We are prepared to do the
Best Quality of Work in Bakery Goods
First-class Aooommodations
All the Comforts of a Home
Ywtb fatboma0b uiMOTrrjur soligitbd
Lindsay & Orr, Philip, 8. D.
\3. S. Oomirvissioner
tiy Hears final proofs and contests. Receives
:U filings, attends to all land office business.
[NJUNCTTA, 9TMUT M., I
Invites the Patronage of Gentlemen
"WKtam Brew," "Blue Ribbon," 6und's "Peerless" ad
"Blue Label," Always on Tap.
THE BEST GRADE OF WINES AND LIQUORS
& Tagged
LUMBER AND COAL AT WOKAMA
I Robinson Bros., the well known lumber
firm at Philip, and D. B. McCleery, of
Wokama, have entered into partnership
ifor the purpose of engaging in the re
,, tail business at Wokama. Can supply
Jail wants in lumber and building matsr
ial, and will keep a supply of hard and
soft coal on hand at all times.
Robinson Bros. & McCleenf..
Fort Pierre Hospital
Surgical, Medical and Maternity,
i General Hospital.
Conducted by a Nursing Staff of
Trained Nurpes who are Regular Grad
nates from some of the Best Training
Schools and Hospitals in the entire
country.
Surgical and Medical Attendant* a|js
Unsurpassed.
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Very Best Equipment in all of its
Department^.
Contagious diseases not accepted.
Off PIERRE, S.
PROGRESS Qg THE DAT.
Brandjr is about SO par rant ale.
nol.
New South Wales bas oo work
house*.
The Slraplon tunnel still holds tb
rwcord for length.
The flrat gummed postage stamp wai
Isaued about 1H40.
The tropi*ai seas oontaln the (rear
w»t percentage of salt.
Colombo beB four tides daily, Sflo
Malta has none at all.
The Salvatioa Army is operating Id
fifty-four countries and colonies.
The earth's atmosphere varies from
120 to 200 miles In depth.
The blind population of the world
'tubers sixty-tot. out of every mil
lion.
Smoking tobacco Is now dispensed
from peany-ln-the-slot machines In
London.
Some of the Ice fields of Greenland
are said to be a mile and a half iu
thickness.
Siberia, long regarded as a barren
country, is now producing ft treat deal
of foodstuffs.
Owing to a shortage in small coins
seven tons of pennies were turned out
In a single day by an ETngllsh mint
Three hundred Berlin streets art
planted with 44,000 trees which are
said to represent a value of $190,000.
Nearly a thousand gardeners and a»
Histants are employed to take care of
them.
What is said to be the largest pro
ctlle ever manw -tured was made at
tlie Krupp works for the czar's gov
ernment. le weighed 2,000 pounds.
It was made for a gun which is placed
In the fortifications at Kronstadt.
8. W. Ramsey, of Qirard, Ohio, is
the inventor of a process for making
use of manufacture of a fuel which if
said to be very promising. He Is ex
perimenting at the present time wltli
a mass of abftut 500 tons of line du»t
which had been allowed to become
hard by exposure to the elements, and
although his tests are by no means
completed, he Is making use of flue
dust briquettes as fuel in the very
fuEaaoes from wbicb the refmt dpt
was taken.
UZZAMILXAZ FACTS.
Nt#e dut of every ten books published
ire novels.
The value of the world's railway* la
calculated at $27,775,000,000.
The average man—not the exception
al Sandow—can lift but 226 pounds.
Over 700,000 barrels of American
-ipples are exported every year to Eng
land.
It is stated that a chamelon which la
Mind lose* Its power of making Itself
of the same hue as Its surrounding*
It isn't very hard for one Chinatutia
to insult a friend by mistake. There
are 1.000 Chinese words that have each
ten different meanings.
A "ten-penny" nail means that one
thousand nails weigh ten pounds. The
word "penny" in this case Is a corrup
tion of pound.
A cab lew ay being built in Turkestan
ia the greatest ent -prise of the kind In
the world. It will carry coal a dis
tance of 140,000 ysrds over a route
with gradients of 2,000 meters.
It is proposed to build s motor ap
proach road to London, a distance at
fteen miles, with a width of forty to
ixty feet The highest gradient ia 1
to 90. It will cost $200,000 a mile.
An open-air museum Is planned for
"•retuen of the type already familiar
1
i many Scandinavian towns. An epi
inie of the local culture and art from
ie earliest days is to be offered in a
ark dotted with old peasant houses.
IfeOVXKB8 AID VBBAflML
Benuty is a blossom.—Latin.
God resists the proud.—Bill*
ilfts persuade even the gods.—Greek.
Fool* grow without watering.—Ital
n.
Every one bean Mi mm ereaa.—
ltln.
Keonoigy is the mother of liberty.—
»hnson.
Bcotmmy Is the poor nan's mint—
ipper.
Follow close the fame of your fstb
—-Irish.
Beware of W MB more than thy
lf.—Terence.
Kly the pleasures which bite tsmor
«•.—German.
ter go around than fid) into tbe
•IV—German.
lesterx must be content to taste of
fir hrotb.—Latin.
'fttth has no -orrow that beaven
t«bt heal.—Moo e.
1
ft*
'tuft praise Is only a debt, bat flat
4* a present.—French.
.time of trials It Is the duty of all
i rltlxens to take s side.—Latin.
IM en*ler to subdue the first de
•ihan to satisfy Its followers.—
M» WMMI'I D*.
(dfaeuMslug the n«nv minister''
l:»u discourse—In uiy opeenlon he
list I fit
*1 lu dividing folk lut
ep and the goats. I wadna Juf
utile, that I was among the unc
it' wad tut say that you wot
the unco bad. So wliar do w
He'll not do for uv JauiIp
o vote for him.
•wnperjitnre of
-tuiU is higher tbuu thoa* wUi
or other compact aolla.
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ATCHISON OLOBB SIGHTS
hav»
Most mett who have
modesty with It.
Time heals old wounds, but It als*
makes new ones.
A kicker is a man who wants homi
thing for nothing.
Are you able to work by the da.v
without being wstched?
Don't knock on people smarter that
you are learn from them.
When a fool admits that lit la a
fool, he is no longer a fool.
A friend never has to make the as
sertion that he is a friend.
It Is hard to say "No," but It if
harder to say, "I don't know."
Tact is always remembering that a
fine needle requir a fine thread.
Some people hit you a tremendous
blow In the back, and think it Is wit.
A man refers to the woman he likes
and the woman he dislikes as "she."
The man who ought to listen and
learn, usually does most of the talk
ing.
Some men's names never become
prominent outside of cup caaes In bar
her shops.
There are some queer people In the
world some of than actually *njo3
quarreling.
If you want to avoid marrying,
young man, don't go with the same
girl too long.
Qlve a man your sympathy, but never
your pity it Is an Insult to offer a
decent man pity.
There is one thing about baring a
tooth pulled. It does not have to foe
done over again.
It takes a strong woman to say that
it came from a baker's when a guest
praises ber cake.
Few young men have the courage to
wear old clothes until they are able to
ufford m»w ones.
When one married woman hates an
other, she shows It by expressing pity
for her enemy's husband.
The "stories" on people are never
more than half true, when there is any
truth In them at all.
The man who Is abSc a day ha*
many comforters, hut the man who It
sick a year has but few.
There are several ways of raising
boys but Judging from the men turn
ed out, all ways are wrong.
Man learns by experience, but la so
worn out by the experience that he ha?
no strength to use the knowledge.
How you wonder at the popularity
of the man you hate I How you won
der that the people speak to him at all!
"When a man gets out of the town
In which ha lives," says an old phil
osopher, "he will act in a natural
manner."'
WEIGHTS AXD MXASUBESk,
One yolk of egg equals one ounce.
One white of egg equals one ounce.
One quart of sugar equals fonr cup
fula.
Two cupfuls unsifted flour equal one
pound.
One quart sifted flow equals one
pound.
A dash of popper la one-quarter salt
spoonful.
One tablespooufttl soft butter equals
one ounce.
One quart broken loaf sugar equala
one pound.
One pint (A coffee sugar) equals
twelve ounces.
Two 9aitspoonfula of spice equal one
coffeespoonful.
Two coffeespoonfuls equal to one
'ablespoonful.
One pint granulates aagar oquala
fourteen ouncea.
Three and one-half cupfuls eornmeal
equal one pound.
Two tea cupfuls packed soft batter
«M|iisl one pound.
tight large or ten medium slsed eggi
jqual one pound.
One pint well packed soft batter
aqua Is one pound.
On heaping tablespoonfOl If aagar
ctqnals one ounce.
Oue and one-half cupfuls itn bat
ter equal one pound.
Two heaping cupfitla (A coffee s»
*:tr) equal one pound.
Two level coffecupfitfs powdered
nr equal one pound.
One level coffeecupful of granulated
•rnr equals one pound.
ne quart powdered sugar equals
fiound seven ounces.
h'ourt heaping tablebpoonfuls soft
ate:- equal one cupfuL
Two heuftlng teaspoonfuis of sugar
i.tal one heaping tablsepoanfaL
aaalBilm.
.Sonny," said Uncle Eben, "did you
wati-li oue o' dls here little tug
is -o:ne snortin' along takln' kyah
sreat big ocean liner?"
\V«M. indeed.*' answered Plckanlo
Hm.
MI' did you ever see one er deee
^ric,motors pick up a han'some,
i locomotive an* drag It frou Bal
tunnel
ot* o* tiuies."
i' d'.d you ever see a quiet of
Notices for Publication
Departmeut of the Interior. United States
LaiidOffice at Chamberlain. P. D.Oct.. 15. 190H
Notice is hereby given that Clyde E. Pruden.
of I'hllip, S. 1). who.
on Apr 15,1907 made Home
stead entry No. 13WI7 (Serial No. 0t."74 for se'i
Hection 27, Township 1 Ho., Range 20 E. B.
Meridian, has tiled notice of intention to make
Final Commutation proof, to establish claim
to the land above described, before
Byron L. Clow, U. N. Commissioner, at his
office at Philip. S. D. on Nov. S3 190H.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Lund Peterson, Frank Gunder. Abble B.
I'ruden and M&hlon Praden. all of Philip. S. 9.
f'haries
Strung white boss puilin' a help*
Iinwnr)!le to town?**
•Jl»' lias."
Al. xoiiny, dem*s all lb Ntttnd
i o matter how big or lmporr
*. /t'-|l--h yon gits, dor ain't uo
iit« i yon may need help f*un
v l't dou' seem to c«t na V"
wu* iiieuttonlB'."
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W. HALL IRONS, Retflstsr.
Department of the interior. United States
Land Office at Chamberlain, S. D. Oct.. 15.1SMM,
Notice is hereby jflven that Grace E. Lonif,
of I'hllip, S. I)., who. on June 21, 1907,
made. Homestead entry No. 142H4 (Serial No.
015«3) for swH Section »5, Township,1 n. Ranife
SO. E. B, H. Meridian, has filed notice of In
tention to make final Commutation Proof, to
establish claim to the land above described
l**fore:
Byron L. Clow, U. S. Commissioner.
at his office at Philip S. D. on Nov. 23,1908.
Claimant names a.s witnesses:
Claude Ramsey. Joseph B. Clendennen, Ralph
M. Waddell and Samuel P. Miles, all of Philip,
8. D.
W. Hai.l Irons Register.J
CONTEST NOTICE.
Department of the Interior, United States
Land Office Pierre, S. D., Oct. 9,1908.
A sufficient contest affidavit hav
ing been tiled in this office by Melvl
na Hammill Contestant, against H.
E. No. 12325 (Ser. No. 02381) made
March 2.'{rd, 1908 for wi nw± and sei
nwi Section 22 Township 2N Range
21Eby Joseph F. Rood, Contestee, in
which It is alleged Uiat said entryman
has wholly abandoned said tract for
more than six months next preceeding
September 24, 1908, and since making
said entry that said abandonment
still continues, and that said tract is
not occupied and improved as requir
ed by law.
Said parties are hereby notified to appear,
respond and offer evidence touching said al
legation at 10 a.m., on November 27 190H. Injure
Byron L. Clow, U. S. Commissioner
HI Philip, S. I)., and that final hearing »'il
be held at 10 o'clock a. m., on December 190*.
lieforethe Register and Receiver at the Unite*
States I.and Office in Pierre. S, I).
The said contestant having, iu a prope
affidavit, filed Oct. 9th. 190K, set forth facl
which show that after due diligence person
al service of this notice cannot be made. It
Is hereby ordered and directed that sncl,
notice be given by due and proper pubiica
tion.
ALBERT WHEELON. Reglnter
CONTEST NOTICE.
Department of the Interior, United States
Land Office, Pierre, South Dakota. Sept. 16.
1908.
A sufficient contest affidavit having leen Hi
ed in this office by Hazel F. Haner. contestant
against homestead entry No. 74Wi. made Jul}
2#th. 190K, for SW-i, section 32. township ti N
of range 25 E. by William H.Denker, contestee.
In which It Is alleged that said entryman ha.
wholly abandoned said tract of land for mon
than six months last past next prior to till
affidavit that he has no improvements there
on, no fencing, no breaking, nor Is he Uilni.
the same for grazing purpose-., but has com
pletely failed to make settlement thereon a
required by law. Said parties are hereto
notified to appear, respond and offer evidenct
touching said allegation at 10 •'clock a, m., on
Nov. lti lUlh, before the Register and Receiver
at the I'uited States Land Office ia Pierre.
S. T.
The said contestant having, in a propei
affidavit, filed Sept. 16, 1908, set forth facto
which show that after due diligence person
al service of this notice cannot be made. lr
Is hereby ordered and directed that inch
notice be given by due and proper publlca
tlon.
ALBERT WHEELON. Register
CONTEST NOTICE.
Department of the Interior, United State*
Land Office, Pierre, S. I).. October 8th. H0H.
A sufficient contest affidavit having been
filed in this office by Cody. Contest
ant. against Homestead Entry No. 28*8. made
September 9, 1903, for southeast quarter (se
ectlon 13. township 6 N. range 26 E., by
Straub. Contestee, in which it Is al
pged that said Charles Mtratib has abandoned
said land and has not used it as required by
law for farming or grazing purposes, and has
not made any legal residence thereon for
more than six months last past.
Said partle.s are hereby notified to appear,
respond and offer evidence touching said
allegation at 10 o'clock a. m,. on December 8th
lttO\tefore thV Register and Receiver at the
United States Land Office. Pierre, S. D.
The said contestant having in a propel
affidavit, filed Octoler 6th, 1908, set forth facts
which show that after due diligence person
al service of this notice cannot be made. It
Is hereby ordered nnd directed that *ucfc
notice be given by due and proper publica
tion.
ALBERT WHEELON. Reglater.
CONTEST NOTICE.
Department of the Interior. United States
Land Office, Pierre, S D. October 9th, 1808
A sufficient contest, affidavit havinr been
filed In this office by Thomas Williams (Ser No
02089) contestant, against Homestead entry
No.12213. made March 4th, 1908. for swH sw
section 23: w4 nwK and seV» nwvt section 26.
township 2 N. range 21 E, by Frederick Eaton,
Contestee, in which it Is alleged that said
entryman has wholly abandoned said tract for
more than six months last past, next proceed
ing September Rth. 190G, and since making
said entry that said abandonment still con
tinues. and that said tract Is not occupied and
improved as required by law.
Said parties are hereby notified to appear,
respond and offer evidence touching said alle
gation at 10 o'clock a. m. on December 9th,
1908, tie fore
Byron L. Clow, U. 8 Commissioner.
at Philip, So. Dakota, and that final hearing
will be held at 10 o'clock A. M. on December
16th. 1908, before the register and receiver at
the United States Land Office in Pierre. S. D.
The said ronteutant having, In a proper
affidavit, filed October »th. IP08, set forth facts
which show that after due diligence person
al servlc* of this notice cannot be made. It
Is hereby ordered and directed that such
notice be given by due and proper publica
tion.
ALBERT WHEELON. Register.
CONTEST NOTICE.
Department of the Interior. United State*
Land Office, Pierre, S. D.. Oct. 28, 1908.
A sufficient contest affidavit having been
Bled in this office by BenJ. F. Hamm. contes
tant. against Homestead entry No 10771 (Ser.
jro. 0(906) made September 25. 1907. for seH
.section 22. township 2 north, range 21 E. by
'Dsvld Scroggin. contestee. In which It Is
alleged that said entryman has wholly
abandoned said tract for more than six
months, next proceeding October 8, 1908
and since making said entry: that said
abandonment still continues and that said
trart Is not occupied and improved as re
quired by law.
Said parties are hereby notified to appear,
rsaprwid and offer evidence touching said al
lec»lkn at 10 o'clock a. m. on December
9th l908, before
Svron L. Clow, U. 8. Commissioner
Philip. S. and that final hearing will be
held at 10 o'clock a. m., »n December 10, 1106.
before the register and receiver at the
United States Land Office In Pierre,- 9. D.
The said contestant having. In a proper
affidavit, filed October 2S. 1908. set forth facte
wbicb phow that after due diligence pergon
al servlee of this notice cnnnot be made. It
Is hereby ordered and directed that su*b
notice be gl 'en by due and proper publica
tion.
ALBERT WHEELON. Register.
Croup Cured and a Child's Life Saved
"It affords me great pleasure to add
my testimony tothat of the thousands
who have been benefited by Chamber
lain's Cough remedy. My child
Andrew when only three years old
was taken with a severe attack of
croup, and thanks to the prompt uae
of Chamberlain's Cough remedy his
life waA saved and today he is a ro
bust and healthy boy," says Mrs. A.
Coy Jr., of San Antonio, Texas. This
remedy has been In use for many
years. Thousands of mothers keep it
at hand, and it has never been known
to tell. Vtratli by alldragrhfcik
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8 The Place to Eat...
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S. X. WILLIAMS
E. M. LARSON
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Can't find a better place for
a Square Meal, Short Orders
and Quick Lunches. Clean
liness and good cooking our
specialty. Give us
a
Hoffman's
trial,
and learn why so many
like to eat bare.
HENRY HOFFMAN, Prop
FJ ftST STMTE PdJSm
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f. W. JONES, PSI8IDIKT, H. 3. XOMABON, TICK-PUBS.
B. A. BIELSKI, OASHIKB.
BOAHD OF DIRECTORS
Business before the U. S. Land office.
onto.suit.Mijd.Bik. M. B. HASTINGS, Mgr., Pierre, S.
Wokama Drug Company
Carries a Complete Line of
Drugs and Druggist's Sundries
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded
I* MILLBTT, PRES.
BUNKBK, VICE PBBS.
BANK OF PHILIP
Paid-Up Capital $17,500
Its Foundation
Bank has a paid-up capital of $17,500.04, la addi'
tion to this it has a body of stockholders whose
individual liability amounts to a half million dollars
more. Hfterest paid on time deposits.
Safe Conservative Sound
Livery Barn
If you put up your horse or team at our barn
you are assured that they will receive the beet
of care and attention. Our ham |g warm
and comfortable and we feed only the best
hay and grain, To the tired animal, after a
long trip, our quarters are a haYen of rest
to the weary aud hungry beast.
Rigs Ready for Trips at ail Timet
Frank Slocunt Prop.
a
Restaurant,
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J. MCMAHON
HASTINGS LAND COMPANY.
Law, Loans and Insurance Deeded Lands and
Homestead Locating
B. A. KUMH
B. A. BIBMXI
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SOUTH DAKOTA
ANDEBSON MICHAEL, CASH.
B. F. WALDEN, ABS'T OASH.
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