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4i |r V»y'h & v k fv I r&* H. J. 1NCE Ptiytlclfii and Surgeon Ondttste of BsUstim ifsdtotl Collage. I crnr fUrfeattttmer's Drug Store PHILIP, S. your legal blanks. 7%s road to success Is pared with |bad adrertlsements. The Bavlew has township poll fcftoka for sala. •1.00 Ameiioan "Boyproof" Watch at Wilkinson's. A card from C. 8. Larimer orders bis Bevlsw addressed to Cable, Wis., Itstesd of Minneapolis. Mooey to loan on farm land. Dun lily's Land Afency. 23tf Tho walls of the new Bank of YMUy building are now well up above the floor of the ssoond story. Vottod—Light oolorsd fslt hat about throe miles north of Philip, Karoh 25th. Owaer oan have same at this offiee by proving property and for this notice. 45 from the division offices at Pierre ffee Capital-Journal has gained the (•formation that 75 oars of eml (vast oaovalriea have boon unloaded Philip this season. There has •Utatttlf been a great number. Macaroni seed wheat at )l bu, See O. J. Gee. Tbeattention of the people of JFhlllp la called to the display of fancy vests In the window at Moles' cloth ing store. It Is one of the neatest Window displays ever seen locally. OaUon E. C. Davis. He will paint four old buggy, reflnlsh your old furaitati. Shop east of the Catholic otareh. 42-tf Mrs. Hardehepf left Suoday night fMr Mason City, Iowa, and on her re turn bar husband, it is expected, will accompany. Our local readers will know the lady better by the Mas of Mrs. L. Muters. ItoU tax receipts (township) at ths a^lowoOee. 1 Josse Case departed Sunday night let a visit with relatives at his old boms, Oedar Eapids, Iowa. After a faw days there, he expect* 2fsiui In a t-.y to IV kota. D. I Office Phone 54 Local News.,. ,YIm High Studio for photos. f:' TIm B*vlew office la the place (oash or grain rent) at Um Saftew ottos. Mia. JTrank Barlaon and children 4apattad Wadnesday noon tar Ver mttQsn, Alberta, Canada. Mr. Herl NtlnlM on land there, and the flMrikf will make the residence neoes •nsy In obtain title to the land. .,toio raUnqaiehmente yet. Arnold *0*MaUy. iagveiiente ara on the carton, D&. Ml* Plno-Tar-Heney contains nababtt pcoduolng drugs, and always ttai Wgtrtssliou. Look for the HH Bottts. At all dealers. more, no ten Dv. Wbaloy came down from Marietta Friday af ternoou. Dr. Ada Wbnljy lafton Saturday morning's Wjgfclinil train lor Bapld City and and for a visit with a ai'^bo toftnor place* A a a e o amall gold watch be bot borne. Finder at tbla oflloe and re 45-»t at the opera Otaalng, was one of •fths esasan. Misa feba groan country girl vonatUe aotreeo tbat They tbe clalaa. Hospital to Tbe singing no. drlTing and Waldan, ono MU U*rod Jlooherar oC Hit week from •f omigraot Tboy bave pur itsnid sibout eight aodhavo looatod qoartor 'IMir 'ft^Aaa W*mm IP1 ^OnMiptoB IV* Are there any band men In terri tory tributary to Philip that would oare to meet with the local band In practice and *ork with them during the summer's engagement? J. B. Col burn, the leader, would bo glad to hear from those who do so wish, either by letter or in person. Howard Hahu left Monday for Fort Pierre to spend a few days with his wife and baby, who are visiting In that city- He goea from there to Seattle and other points on the Pa cific coast. The family will move west as soon as he settles on a desir able location. Services will be held at the Catholic church on Sunday, April 17th. Flrat masa at 7 a. m., high mass at 10 a. m. Services will be held at the Wells burg church on Monday, April 18, at 10 a. m. and at MUesvllle hall on Tuesday, April 19th, at 10 a. nt. Rev. A. O'Hara, pastor. P. E. Bellamy waa down from Hardingrove to meet Mrs. Bellamy, who returned Saturday morning from Knoxville, Iowa, where she went to attend the funsral of John Bellamy, her husband's uncle, who died from blood poison at a hospital in Enderlin N. D. A runaway on Pine street livened things up for a few minutes Friday afternoon, when the team used by the meat market came In from the slaughter house of their own volition. They dashed Into a wagon that stood In front of Russell's blacksmith shop, and was caught up before they had a chance for another breakaway. R. M. Waddell'a work team took a notion to go it alone yesterday after noon, and were not long in separat ing themselves from the greater por tion of a new wagon. A horseman did a stunt at atopplng them in the eastern part of the city that was as good a wild west exhibition as one could ask for. The city council held a »peel a meeting at the First State Bank last evening and gave an ordinance grant ing an electric light franchise to Car son Willlsms and Anderson Michael its final reading and passage. Work on the plant will begin within a few weeks and will be ready to place In operation by the fore part of Septem ber. O. F. Moles has been spending ten days to two weeks at Mitchell and surrounding towns. He returned Tuesday evening, having made the return trip overland, bringing three UnePercheron mares and a colt tlxat too piiwMHM.d a* r/" will make their home on W*mfug-ton Springs. The stock is just sbout the finest of its kind that has been brought west of the river, aad are valuable prop erty, A newspaper published at Toronto, in the eastern part of the state, car ries an advertisement of a somewhat uulque nature, it is that of a dealer who advertises automobiles and un dertaking geods in the same ad, and signs himself a licensed embalmer. This causes a newspaper in a nearby town to oomment that "the combina tion Is not cheerful to the proepectlve buyer of a joy wagon." Five breaking plow outfits are working within a radius of ten miles of Philip, whloh means that this im mediate looality Is going to take oa the airs of a mighty agricultural dis trict within the next few years. The Waddoil outfit is ths only one that we know of that is operating continually, having both a day and night shift. Each outfit is practically contracted for enough breaking to Insure a full season's work. A stent framed ap by a ooaple tin horn sports with the intention of making a email stake off a man In from the north country, wound up Sunday in a rough and tumble tight at the Marietta barn, in which a fel low known as Brownie came off second beat. Brownie had a warrant sworn out for the man who had bested him, and at the trial of the case Monday before Justice Banks, the defendant was discharged. Both men were searched when they came Into court, and a revolver was found on Brownie. He was asseased 95 by the court for carrying concealed weapons. Mr. and Mrs. Ted E. Winters are now residents of Philip, oocupylng the Boa cottage In the west part of town recently vacated by tbe Hollenbeok family. Mr. and Mrs. Winter arrived In the dty Sunday morning, having Blade tbe trip frost their former home it Carlook, Gregory county, In their automobile. Mr. Winters will engage In tbe real eotato business here and Joot adbr apussber of quarters of lan* be has pnrohssod north of town Masa. Ms ti also anauotloneer osvon y»«o? experience and will MW0l»*pait of bio time to tbat t, gained tho belief. In tbla week, th#t bullet itftfitrafttf a, wltbeat attenee to a *ei Political Announcements FOB SHERIFF To the voters of Stanley county: I solicit your support for the nomina tion of sheriff on the republican ticket at the coming June primary election. 1 will appreciate the assist ance and vote of all Interested In my behalf. George Porch Kadoka, S. D. FOtt 81IKBIFF I hereby announce myself a candi date for nomination as sheriff of Stanley county subject to the will of the republican voters at the June primaries. Any favors shown me will be appreciated. C. E. Coyne, Hayes,'S. D. FOR SHERIFF I am a candidate for the republi can nomination for county sheriff at the primaries to be held Jane 7th. 1 feel that 1 can till the office to the entire satisfaction of the people, thereforei moot respectfully solicit your vote. Let Marrlngton WestXork, S. D. FOtt Sl'ATK SENATOR I am a candidate for nomination on the Republican ticket for State Sen ator, for I)lst. No. 25, comprising Lyman and Stanley Counties. This district is especially interested in the matter of redistrictlng and ap portionment of representatives and senators, which coines before the next legislature, having now very in adequate representation in view of its great Increase in population. If sent to represent the district 1 will endeavor to secure for both counties the representation of which they are entitled. Our section of th«| state is being injured because of ex? cessive freight and express rates, it would be my aim to obtain just and equitable rates without discrimi* nation anywhere within the state. John G. Bartine, Oacoma, S. D. Neither is correct. The school board has done nothing more thaw to adopt plans for the proposed building, and the council has had a preliminary plan drawn, for tbe purpose of esti* mating the probable cost as a basis for a bond election, and both are sut»» ject to the approval of the voters of the town and oonsoquout revision. Powell Paragraphs George Ford, of Geddes, came with a carload of household goods for A. Arntsen. He expects to work on farms south of bore this coming season. u C. II. Marden, the Nowlin store keeper, was ir town between trains Tuesday. Quite a crowd attended the party at Miss Mamie Stoughton's ranch. The dance and supper were enjoyed by everyone. On the road home a couple of rigs capsiaed, but no Of was injured seriously. G. S. McGee is around again, but still has to use crutches. T. M. Hoy is in town after supplies. J. B. Weede is the name of the purchaser of the Frank Siefert place north of here. The transfer was made last week. W. A. Rish was in town on crutch* es He had his leg broken a short time ago and in addition Is suffering from rheumatism. Red Bull and his wife, who lives at the Pine Ridge agency, are here to pay a visit to their kinswoman, Mm, Dan Powell. Samuel Ilogan, of South creek, la In town on business. He is putting In fifty acres of small grain, forty or fifty of corn, and about five acres of garden truck. Blllle Doran Is again employed in, Starbuck's livery stable. J. E. Dosset came down on the stage from the north Saturday on his way to Rapid City. W. R. Merwin was in town Satur* day long enough to oomplaln of the/ heat. Harve Williams Is farming these days. He helped his father put irt eighty acres of wheat and fifteen, acres of oats. Miss Llllle Bell spent part of Fri day and Saturday at the home of T. DeMaranville, south of here. J. A. Curington went west on bust* nees and will take in the stock meet* lug before he returns. Mr* and Mrs. C. Rousseau went to Rapid City Monday to attend the stock meeting. Mrs. Adam Kalwet was denly 111 called. taken sud Friday, and Dr. Ince was We understand she Is much better. George and Harley Wllllaml return ed from Nebraska by way of Rapid City, where they stopped over to take In tbe stock meeting. UBS* Noasiaatiaff Petition* Pierre special.—Nominating peti tions for tbe ftatt oflloeo are oo^faf In vapMij tbeee days, and tbe Met 400*bottled. WftbfMhO Past Walpole & Kelly will pay cash for your land—see them few days petitions have been tiled for Robert S. Vessey for governor Charles II. Burke and Bben W. Mar tin for congressmen Tliornas Thorson and John F. Schrader file petitions as district candidates for congress Georgo W. Plgan tiles his petition as acandidate for governor RoyalC John son as a candidate for attorney gen eral Alva E. Taylor as a candidate for judge of the ninth circuit. The filing of congressional! nominations in two different manners will more than likely cause friction before the matter is finally closed. Warrant Call Stanley county General Warrants are called for payment up to and in cluding Register Number 7505. Treasurer, Stanley Ooutttf. Seed Potatoes Have good varieties for sale at 76c to 11.50 per bushel. A. M. Wellsburg, S. D. Brltton, 44-2t Anderson Michael, Clerk J. J. Shay, Auctioneer -^-1 31W CITY TAILOR SHOP J. C. Rloard, Prop. The following are those appointed as enumerators in Stanley county:— John T. Forsell, Nitteberg Henry Picker, Milesville Wm. A. Schwicht enberg, Kadoka Charles X. Boyd, Cottonwood Miss Nellie Peterson, Midland Mrs. ('rah L. Wiokert, Ft. i'ierre Edtnond A. Walter, Hayes Frank P. Carlisle, Ft. Pierre Sheldon S. Waldo, Ft. Pierre C. MetaLeven good, Lower Brule. Court At Fort Pierre Judge Boucher, of this circuit, was in Fort Pierie Saturday to iiear a few cases that were ready for entering pleas. Marion Boldt, who helped in a little burglary deal at Fort Pierre, when some olothlng was taken from the Range Mercantile* Co's store, was Ladies' and Gent's garments cleaned, pressed and repaired STEAM CLEANING AND DYE WORKS IN CONNECTION We treat our customers as we would like to be treated Enumerating Commences Tomorrow The work of the census enumerat ors commences tomorrow, April 15th. Each enumerator must complete his work within thirty days. Having sold my farm, I will offer at public auction, four miles north of Philip, on telephone line, southwest quarter, section 25, twp. 2 north, range 20, the following described property, on Wednesday, April 20, 1910 Horses and Cattle One match team sorrel geldings, 8 and 9 years old, weight about 1100) one sorrel gelding 12 years old, weight about 1200 one bay geld' ing 12 years old, weight about 1100. Three milch cows, one fresh and two will be fresh in May two yearling heifersj nine dozen Barred Ply mouth Rock chickens. Machinery, Etc. One Moot Osborne disc harrow, one 5-foot cut Osborne mower, one 2--section Osborne lever harrow, one Satley 14'inch stiring plow, one 12'inch Faultless mould board breaker, one as good as new, New Stoughton 3 1'4 wagon one hayrack one top buggy one double set Concord harness one double set chain harness one saddle one grind' stone about 150 cedar posts 2water barrels, post auger shovels, forks pick ax sleg hammer axes about 150 bushels sound corn 20 bushels six weeks early seed potatoes. Household Goods One cook stove, one heater, one kitchen table, 5 chairs, one writ** ing desk, one bureau, one 8'day clock, one Manchester sewing machine, one bebstead, springs and matress, 6 gal, churn, other household utensils* Free Lunch at Noon Sale to Commence 10'clock TERMS: Sums of $10.00 and under cash over that amount six months time will be given on approved security at 10 per cent Two per cent discount for cash. COMPETITION RULES NO MORE $18.00 NO LESS $&» $18, $20, $25, $28, $30, $£$» Your cfloice $18, no more, no less* Strictly to your order. CITY TAILOR SHOP v sentenced to two years In the peni tentiary. Orville Hampton, of Wellsburg, plead guilty to the charge of rape, and drew the minimum sentence, five years at Sioux Falls. The ejectment case brought by A. J. Wray against M. E. Tone, which is to settle a matter eonoected with tne title to some property on Wood avenue, was continued until April 26th. Hardingrove Happenings Wf». P. E. Bellamy returned Satur day from Knoxville, Iowa, where she went to attend the funeral of her uncle, John Bellamy. Mrs. John Bellamy and six children will leave Knoxville, Iowrv the first of the week for their ne\» home in Canada. Mrs. Lem Elshere very pleasantly entertained the Hardlngi ve Larkin club members Friday. Invitations Auction Sale I VPT imfM Berth Larson, Owner were sent each member to come and bring a friend, and all who could attend gladly responded to the invita tion. Joe and Earl Rogers are making a stable 24x $o and a large reservoir Ott on the homestead of tlie former. Rev. Shepersky delivered his fare well sermon at the Hardingrove and Knight school houses Sunday, Aprfi 10th. He expects to find a location with better school facilities for his ehildren. Lloyd Bloom, who for several years lias been employed at the Diamond A cattle ranch, left last week for Colo rado, here he has accepted a posi tion as manager ou a large hoioo ranch. Gottfried Picker, a former resident of this locality, and Miss Lottie Boyee, of lOlbon, were married Wed nesday evening in Philip. Congratu lations and best wishes are extended to the happy pair by friends here. Lem Elshere lost his large barn, several sets ot' harness, a saddle and six tout# of hay by tire Saturday after noon. He est imates the loss at 9500 and 'carried no insurance.