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in Philij C* A. BENNETT Lawyef h\ L.4 IT. & r*. &-tiA hi -V Mi Ode* with Dunltvr flaU0 PHILIP. 8. D. pMnmmn Kcf'»ll Pwi»m«w,H v .Johnson ., v LAWYER Office 2nd floor Stock Growers Bank Fort Pierre, 8, P. N. M. WYCKOFF */v.. NOTARY PUBLIC1 At the Postoffiee. Philip. 3D Atlas Lumber Go Sell dimension lumber, lath tflhlnglea and all kinds of building material. We have large sheds in which our material is stored and kept in good condition Call on V 1 ... -i, m£"} *M lku Biigr Wh Rt»h« i l» ~M» ."• •a* thvir atyk. »c«»racy I »«i»pl cMy. ImhhM (Eui any ITtoO.M en ct miWion', h» Rl IllH. l4»l» g«* McCsil Pa ndfome pr*rmiM»» o atoyuft. «"»f fc* 4 m4 400 ptmntium ,N»f Vir* tO YKARS' KXPSMtMOB Caution -Y Heppentiw in Orntety ui4 VUtr Bomm Item* «r« rehMfted. aome giv en oradit when crtdft to dm. iod aeoM an swiped bodtljr. The moving picture theatres at Fort Pierre have consolidated. Isolated tracts, which are fast being placed on market, are being bid in at good figures. Mrs. Gus Seaman, wife of a rancher living west of Fort Pierre, died at her home Thursday of week before last. William Peno, a member of a party of indians «'ocamped at In terior and assisting in building the bridge across White river which connects the Pine Kidge reserva tion with Stanley county, wa* stabbed and killed by bis squaw, as the result of a family scrap wherein he abused her beyond •nduranei, Up at Taavale, near Manila, a homesteader went to the door of his house one night and noticed some dark object moving Ijetween the house and the chicken coop. He challenged it, and receiving no reply, shot at it. Upon further examination lie found that he had riddled his wife's best rug through and through with the shot. From the Sioux Falls Press of the 2nd inst. We see that Judge Cailandhas revoked the api oint ment i( Charles W.Nash, of Mar ietta, and David P. Thomas, of Wasta, as United States commis sioners The Press says that the judgement or order of Judge Car land dismissing these commissioner gives no reason for the action, but it is supposed to Ikj at the request of the land department.— Quinn Currant. There Is more water stored In Stan ley county at the present time than ever before In its history, and this in a pleasing condition. Whatever fall plowing was done there is almoet an absolute certainty of a good crop next year, on account of the water which Is stored up in the soil. Early grass is assured by the moist condition of the sod, which is a big thing for stock men, and the ground will be in tine Ahape for breaking Just as soon as the frost is all out. Every indication is o a o s e o u s y e a i e e News. James Lawler, driver at Kohen Bros.' livery, experienced a lively runaway just south of Philip Tues day. He was accompanied by a shoe salesman. Suddenly the team started to run and soon broke loose from the buggy, but Lawler was plucky and hung to the ribbons like a prince. He was dragged some distance and finally succeed ed in guiding the Warn into a wire fence where they stopped. One horse was cut considerable. The salesman remained in the buggy and seemed to enjoy the program more than did Lawler.—Kadoka Reporter. Mr. and Mrs. O. 0. Hunter, of Van Metre, are mourning the loss of their little two year old daught er, Stella, who was the victim of a fatal accident last Wednesday afternoon, Mr. Hunter is the station agent at that point. While sitting on the platform of the depot, the little one fell backward, striking her head on the brick walk. Mrs. Hunter saw her fall and ran to her at once, only tofiud the little body tense and rigid and her breath coming in gasps. Treat ment that seemed to relieve the little sufferer was administered, and when death came but a little more than an hour after the acci dent, it waa a horrible surprise to all, as it was thought she was re covering. The doctor who went there from Capa gave it as his opinion that death resulted from spasms. It you would have a safs yet certain Oough Remedy in the home, try Dr. Shoop's—at least once. Ills thorough ly unilkea ny other cough preparation Its taste will be entirely new to you —unless it Is already your favorite ooitgb .remedy. No opium, chloro form, or any other stupifying in gredients are used. The tender leaves of a harmless, lung-healing mountain ous shrub, give to Dr. Shoop's Cough Remedy Its wonderful curative pro pert lea. fix. Is truly a most certain and trustworthy prescription. Sold by Plonerr Pharmacy. Tbe fao* Uiat jour stationery and •ft* j^iMnltor came from the rooma. Is a guarantee of rtatsnwa of the ft. wtouytl*. %~~Uy Uicoln's Birthday Proclamation State of South Dakota, Executive Chambers, Pierre. To the people of South Dakota: On the 12th day of February, 1809, one hundred years ago, was Iwm the world's greatest common er, Abraham Lincoln. In state, national and social history his name and the story of his great and simple life is familiar to all. Today there is no personage in the whole of American history more extflted than Lincoln. I deem it Htting that the citizens of the state of South Dakota should join in the memorable observance of the one hundredth anniversary of the Urth of this great man. The north and the South, as a unit, honor his memory and revere the tugged grandeur of his person ality. All forget the bitterness and hate engendered during the stirring days of the early CDs, in the administration of Mr. Lincoln. His uame and the great work that he accomplished for the nation and tie cause of liberty for the people, are familiar to the world. It is a great privilege to offer tribute to his memory. The world will esteem it a measure of devotion to his principles. I trust that the citizens of South Dakota will join in making this oc casion an incentive to patriotism in our schools and in all public and social gatherings thus evinc ing the admiration which a free and liberty loving people feel for this great benefactor, who used the power entrusted to him for the benefit of those whose condi tion appealed to his sense of jus tice. To him we are indebted for our national freedom and a united nation. Therefore, I urge the schools of the state and all municipal, civic, social and religious organizations to reserve the day with appropri ate exercises. Given under my hand and the great seal of the state, at Pierre, this 22nd day of January, A. D. nineteen hundred and nine. K. S. Vessey, Governor. By the Governor, E. A. Platts, Ass't Sec'y of State, Look for the coupon now put in each 25oent package of Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee Initiation. A clever 25c silver "No Drip" Coffee Strainer offered on this coupon, besides you get VM) large cups of Dr. Shoop's "health coffee" for 25c. And the coffee will certainly please yott. Bold by 11. A. Kumm. Philip Markets (Prices furnished by Philip Grain company and the live general More firms of the town.) Grains— Wheat 11.25 cwt Oats 1.26 cwt Spelts 1.25 cwt Flat WO Corn market Produce- Butter 25c Eggs 30c Potatoes 78c toil bu. i The Secret Of Long Life Jfrench scientist has discovered one secret of long life. His method deals with the blood. But long ago millions of Americans had proved Electric Bitters prolongs life and makes it worth living. It purities enriches and vitalizes the blood, re builds waste nerve cells, imparts life and tone to the entire system. Its a godsend to weak, sick and debilitated people. "Kidnev trouble had blight ed my life for months," writes W. M. Sherman, of Cushing, Me., "bub Electric Bitters cured me entirely." Only 50c. at all druggists. Bargains Special prices on residence tola ami opera house, w V in Wray's addition. Bargains in real state and olty property. Philip Land & Cattle Co., •. J. Wray, Mgr. Washington Once Gave Up To three doctors was kept in bed for five weeks. Blood poison from a spider's bile caused large, deep sores to cover his leg. The doctor's failed then "Bucklen's Arnica Salve com pletely cured me," writes John Wash ington, of Bosqueville, Tex. For eczema, boils, burns and pllM its supreme. 25c. at all druggists. Verified account blanks, ased in every school district, can be had at the Review offloe. In sickness, if a certain hidden nerve goes wrong, then the organ that this nerve controls will also surely fail. It may be a Stomach nerve, or it may have given strength and support to the Heart or Kidneys. It was Dr. Shoop that first pointed to this vital truth. Dr. Shoop's Restorative was not made to dose the stomach nor to temporarily stimulate the heart or kidneys. That oldfaah loned method is all wrong, Dr. Shoop's restorative goes direct to t§M£» failing inside r.erves. The re markable success of this prescription demonstrates the wisdom of treating HM actual oauss of these falling it i sb4m4 tell. Try it ooca, IfemM?. M' v" & X. a r- '.'1* C. R. Program f,Following is the C. E. program which will be given at the Grand opera house February 10th. The program Is subject to changes. Tickets are for sale at the Pioneer Pharmacy and the Ilargesheimer drug store. The society extends a cordial invitation lo all. Tickets, children 15c Adults 25 and 35a. IITTRODUCTIOM Piano, Violin and Cello.Shimke Boys Reading Mrs. £. J. Durkee Solo Miss Gust Instrumental Music A Class of Boys Duet....,..,, Misses Roust) Orchestra*. Shimke Boys I'hree-piece Heading Miss Walpole Instrumental Musle Miss H. Hill Duet Misses Gust and Durkee Recitation F. B. Howe Lyric and Comic Solo Frank Orr Hecltation.. Arthur Waddell Solo Mi-« Lucy Durkee Girls' Drill Sunday School Class Solo Grace Walden Instrumental Duet... Misses Johnson Young Ladies' Drill Orchestra. Shimke Boys Three-piece A Common Cold W« lilaim that if catching cold could he avoided some of the most dangerous and fatal diseases would never be heard of. A cold often form a cult are bed for germs of in fect! ouii diseases. Consumption, pneumonia, diptheria and scarlet fe\er, four of the most dangerous and tat al diseawes, are of this class. The culture bed formed by the cold favors the development of the germs of these diseases, that v*ould not other wise tind lodgment. There is little danger, however, of any of these dis ease*. being contracted when a good expectorant cough medicine like Chamberlain's Cou^h Remedy is used, it cleans out these culture beds thai favor ihe development of the germs of these diseases. That is why this remedy has proved so universally successfully in preventing pneumonia it not only cures your cold quickly, but minimizes the risk of contracting these dangerous diseases. For sale by all druggUls. A line of legal view ortlee. Dated at Fort Pierre. South Dakota this 21st day of November A. I). ISO*. J. H. Johnson. ?"w Miss Mabel Durkee Dftll../'Little Maidens from Japan" A Class of Girls Drill "... "America" blanks at the Be* Threatening feverishness with chli dren is quickly and safely calmed by preventics. These little Candy Cold Cure Tablets should always be at hand- for promptnessisall-imuortant Seventies contains i.oquiulne, noth ing harsh or sickening. They are in deed, "The stitch intims." Carried in pocket or purse, Preventics are a safeguard against colds. 25c.Sold by Pioneer Pharmacy. SUMMON S first Publication State of South Dakota 5aby 1° In Circuit Court Sixth Judicial Circuit. Votnr. I'lalntM, Ad» Ibert L. Vot»»r, (Commonly known Bert L. Voter) l)eftMi!ent. stale of so.ith Dakota Sends Greetings: T» th»» alx)v«« namwl rt**fendont: Ton arc hereby summoned and rwjuirert tx an»v»pr the conijilaint of the plaintiff In this MHloii which was tiled on Uie 21st day of Noreiiiber A. I). IWU*, In the office of the Clerk of Courts, within and for said Stanley County at Fort Pierre, South bakot.a and a oopy of which comulalnt Is herewith served upon you and to serve a copy of your answer Oil the sulwcrlber at Ills office in Fort llerre. South Dakota within thirty (30) days after the Mrviee of this summous. exclusive of the Uay ot service If you fall to answer the complaint within that time the plaintiff will appeal to Uie Court for the relief demanded In the complaint, besides costs Attovnoy for Plaintiff. Notices for Publication Department of the lnttrlor. United State* Land Office at Pierre S. D., December 38. 190S. Notice Is hereby given that Floyd I) Humbert of Grindstone. S I), who, on Mar. U. 190S. made H. E., No. 81*3. (Serial No. 04354). for se« of section 12. township 2 N., range 18 E. B. H, Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make Una) commutation proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before the Ketfln.fr and Keoelver at Pierre. S. D,, on t)M 10th day of February, 1800. Claimant names as witnesses: Noah W. May, of Urlndstoue, 8. D., Peter J. Kane, Addlsou J, Hopkln*, William Petera, of Climax, S. D. Said parties are hereby notified to appear, re spond and offer evidence touching said al legation at 10 o'clock, a m.. ou the IBrd day of March, 1800, before Jame A. Qulgg. U. S. Commissioner, at Philip, $ $ ALBERT WHEELON, lUgistar. pppnTtment of the Interior. T'nlted States Land office at ehtwnberlaln. S. IV. Jan. U. 1U0U Notice Is hereby triveu that J. Pronto Herl aon. of Philip. S. 1. who, on July 20. UX)7. made Homestead entry No. 14421 Serial No, 0247f. for lit sw H, nH se1-, and se^» Section B. Township IN Uantre 21 E. HH, Meridian, haet tiled not Ice of Intention to make Una! Commu tation Proof to estabUsh ciaini to Uie laud above described, before Byron L. Clow, U. 8. Commissioner, at his office at l'hlllp 8. D.. on Feb. 28, 1909, Claimant name* as witnesses: Klchard E. Topper. lara Topper. John B. McUlll. Edward M. I.arsui). CONTEST NOTICE. I»e:»iirtm«nt of th« Interior. United StatM Laud office Pierre S. D.. January 23rd, 1909. A sufficient contest affidavit having been Sled In this office by BergvrM. Indseth. con testant, against Homestead entry No. 31H7, made Octlier 2*. 1809. for aw of seH. section 18. itVi of'tiev and neU of nw'4. section 24, township 5 north ramreil E. M. by James Ellis, convestee. iu which It is alleged that sa'd entryman ha* wholly abandoned •aid tract tor mom thau six mouth* since date of entry and next prior to date hereof, and that said tract Is not nettled upon and culti vated as required by law. And that said alleged absence ir the said land was not due to his employment In the Army. Navy or Marine Corps of the United States as a pri vate aoldler, officer, seaman or marine, dur ing the war with Spain, or during any other war in which the United States may be en gaged is is IS IS a" °f 8- D' W. HALL IKONS. Ketfister. s. I)., and that final hearing will be held at 1• o'clock a. m. on the SOth day Ot March, 190a before the and receiver at the Halted States Land In Plane, Boatta Dakota. register OfUce ssld couteetant having. to an*. is»kin«ui dtpM and Ml eptlce N glvea kj dae and proper 4IJIW WlftUbOK. I ibS i i V^'r *1 i-i To clear our floors of the large line of Heating Stoves, including a Garland Cook Stoves and Ranges The Monarch Malleable, and want to meet those who are considering a re placement of the stoves they are now using. Headquarters for shelf and heavy hardware, harness, wagons, imple ments, machinery, etc. Every day is moving day here. Our goods flatly refuse to stand still. Lumber I Ralph Vaodercook Civil Engineer and Deputy State S u v e y o facte person made. It at s'.eu public*- Will survey jour lands and es tablish your oorneri accurately at reasonable prioes, Write for Information lo regard to thto claee of work. FORT PIERRE, S. D. •Ifl '.*V n? o N PRICES REDUCED ON HEATERS number of Beckwith Round Oak We have decided to make a sharp re duction on their prices. We will let them go at a bargain, and ask those in terested to call. We carry the C. E. McLANE The Hardware Man, Philip, South Dakota •aaae# »i A Good Place to Put up Your Team Stoermer's Livery and Feed Barn You can't miss the big sign, "Gus' Livery Barn," east of Leggett's Feed Store on Railroad Street. Good Rigs Furnished for all Occasions Gus Stoermer, Prop. A more complete line of all kinds of building material than our's cannot be found west of the Big Muddy. It is worth your while to get our prices, if you are going to build or do repair work. Robertson Lumber Co. C. A. KNUDSGN, Manager Remember the name We have the price I Gold Medal Saloon% O N E O N E Choice and rarest Wines, Liquors, Mixed Drinks and Finest Cigars The Celebrated Schellhas Beer Always Fresh, Pure, Sparkling and Refreshing I I i S O A K Do You Realize That Philip has one of the very best barber shops In Uie state. We refer to the "Up-to-Date" Barber Shop You are assured a hearty wel come, courteous treatment and the best of workmanship. L. A. KELLEY & i And Building MATERIAL Floyd L. Harris Proprietor |f CITY DRAY LINE He is also THE ICE MAN Tell him your troubles^ 'i' ft $, ./ ..s "s 1 •i.