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£i\ li $4 L' I Itrte? Vj-1 6»- W •V & *•, 41- itM1 Ut.- r, "'i- •i & Z i U, •k & p.'- i f. f. E. a. •1 DONT FORGET •.' That the last half of your taxes will faf due Oct* 1st. We will send for a state ment for you if you wish. FIRST STATE BANK e Ladies Watches Cheerfully Furnished JU- •C K* t, .-•3 is am whether it be solid jrold or ffold tilled, should poPiefll ••jle and quiet eleprance. Above all things It Is Important that a watch should keep accurate time, and this Is »he difficulty oftenest met. with In ltdiee watches on account of their small new*. This Store recognizes that the more difficult the obstacle the more satis faction In Its complete solution, that'# why this is the Ladies Watch Store, of this section. Clarence M. Sageser i ,* Jeweler and Optician i&£- The Gage Hat for Women of Taste Mr medel of the new fall and winter hats appeals to the most dlpcrlm lotting tastes the style Is correct and every detail of material w faetur* cannot be improved upon. Call early to see what I have. I have hate for everybody. MRS. RHODES 4- nt The Experienced Milliner A. J. WRAY ftii ill fcTilds of Real Estate and City Pro perty for sale or exchange. Prices right. ~tLrr Easy term#* *j-\ i DAVIS -im.JljL.jL "t &V •,D' Loans Reasonable Amounts on first class Farms,/ if :Vfe V A v& r* I" IrV *", t3 1^ U* C:.' 4K \i* Sit ''i \P 'J*v A 5 Philip, South Dakota v UNiuvcior and Ikillder..** n-r. •.j •*. }**. '•I •*»v- ':^v: -fii v ::iz -£,• A'/.- A?V'&* f, & nix .f it' 1 V i "7 v^'S &'• A ."3 Vr^V.1 V* ^*L I *, '"UP*. k1 i it v v si'. Riverside Ranch F, E, Morrison, Prop. One-fourth mile south of the depot, Philip, South Dakota. Pure bred and hifh grade Holstein cattle for sala at all times. BILSKI FMM i nAU LUAII w A? i y-',1 L?-"f COMPANY 4 -4^,^ 4r \& «r ij1. (INCORPORATED) .,p'' 'i DONT FORGET —the— 5£—100 S O E When looking for Post Cards mo New Cards Jntt RMrived New Goods Every Week Mrs. M. Gust East Side of Center St. OR. A. A. HEINEMANN Office North Center Stre^l Phone 55A Residence south of Pepot Phone 35Ft Surf eon for the N. W. R. Philip. South Dakota. C. A. BENNETT Lawyer iifflaitTir Hargeahelmer'sDrugstore PHILIP. 8. D. Atlas Lumber Go Sell dimension lumber, lath shin#lea and all kinds of building material. Wetiave large sheds in which our material is stored and kept in good condition. Call on US. R.E. MORGAN City Dray Line PHONES: is A Office Residence Wants a share of your busi ness. Is in a position and has the facilities for prompt service Let your wants be known to him. Dr. R. B. DRIVER DENTIST Philip, South Dakota North Center Street Office Phone 37 Bee. Phone 4A Writes Fire and Wind In surance on farm bldgs. VY -J&f* ra' ',4'. a 1 i-* i JV, V" /-r V Procee4lnK«i of th^ Btwrd of Comity Comnii»HioiierM, St«nit*y Connty, South Dakota Fort Pierre, South Dakota, Oet 4th, 1910. This being the date fir regular quarterly session of trie board, W O Hopkins and EO Jones are present. No quorum. B\rt Pierre, South Dakota, Oct 5th, 1910 Board met lo regular session. Mem hers present—T«lton, W O Hopkins, Jones, Morrison and County Auditor i'rice as clerk PI The following claims for salaries are allowed and warrants ordered drawn for the amounts allowed: A. McKillip, Salary Register of Deeds, Sept., 100 00 A. S. Williams, salary Dept. Vte\g. of Deeds, Sept., 65 00 \. A. McCarry, work in Reg. of Deeds, Sept., 50 00 Geo. A. Price, work in Co. Auditor's office, Sept., (15 00 Grace A. Reed, Salary Co. Supt. of Schools, Sept., 125 00 Maud V. Reed, salary Co. Supt. of Schools, Sept. rto 00 Chas. M. Price, salary Co. Auditor, Sept. 125 00 Chas. M. Lang ley, salary Dept. Co. Vuditor, Sept., 85 00 L. Aldrich, salary Dept. Co. Treaa., Sept., 85 00 Jos. Barr, salary Dept. Oo. ftreaa., 85 oo J. II. Johnson, salary State's Attor ney Sept., 135 00 Geo. Beiford, salary Jailor, Sept., 50 00 Chas. M. Price, stamps and expeoe* ses, 19 oo J. A. McKillip, stamps 11 00 Grace A. Reed, stamps and expens es, 30 00 Otto Linstead, court reporting, 8 00 Chas. J. Laveiy, Co. Physician and Supt. of Health, 200 00 Beard adjourned until 1:30 p. m. At l:3u o'clock Board re-assembled. Members present Tolton, W. O. Hop kins, Morrison, Jones, and County Auditor Price as cleric. The follow ing claims were parsed upon by the Board an i warrants drawn for same. Perkins Bros. Co., supplies for county, 8 00 Win. Robson, fixing boiler in court house, 1 00 Geo. D. Barnard & Co.,supplies for court house, 72 00 American Pub. Co., same, 88 00 Will A. Beach Ptg. Co., same 223 45 Range Merc. (Aft,, typewriter stand, 20 00 John T. Morsel I, work on tax books, Sept., »0 00 Marl in S. Matheft, Examiner, 4J4 50 Jas. D. Hull, road work, 2t 25 II. IT. Derby, postlug notices of elec tion, 2 00 R. II. White, returning ballot box, 14 00 John J. O'Brien, work on road,37 50 Flora E. Hahn, salary for August and September, 130 00 Educator School Supply Oo., Mp* plies, 35 47 Byron L. Clow, salary county treas., 1M 60 "State of South Dakota, County of Stanley, ss: To the Honorable Board of County Commissioners, of Stanley County, South Dakota: I do solemnly swear that I am Treasurer of the Fort Pierre Independent School District, of Fort Pierre, South Dakota that tlu reijrliot' tlw Cjunty Treas urer's office In and for said County and State, show the following, as per abstract issued by the Home Land & Abstract Company, of Fort Pierre, South Dakota, viz: "Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, block 28, City of Fort Pierre, sold to Stanley County, November 30, 18V3, for taxes of 1893 amounting to $21.78, with interest and costs of sale." The records appear as evidenced by the abstract referred to that F. W. Pettigrew and J. J. Pettlgrew, his wire, issued a warranty deed to the oiticers of Bad River School Distriou on May 31,1893 that on said date the records in the county treasurer's ol rioe did not show thai any taxes were due. (See No. 7 of said abstract.) 1 respectfully request that the tax ei appearing be aba for the teas n that the same is erroneous. This matter will be presented In the regular order and as Treasurer of the said school board I trust that you will give us your honest decision in the matter. L. E. Goldsmith. Subscribed and sworu to before me this l^th day of September, 1910. (Seai) R. E. Murphy, Notary Public. Through the Honorable Mayor and City Council of the City of Fort Pierre, South Dakota. I, M. C. McMillan, City Auditor of the City Auditor of Fort Pierre, here by certify that at a meeting of the City Council held September 13, 1910, it was reco.ii uenddd that tae above petiuou be grauted. M. A. McMillan, City Auuitor. "Approved October 5th, 1910, T. H. Toitou, Chairman." Floyd M. Morgan, road work, 170 SO Same, road work, 154 00 A. C. Kingsbury, to balance oo bridge contract, 1801 00 W. A. Hopkins, bridge viewing, 20 00 W. O. Hopkins,* road tod bridge viewing, 33 00 F. K. Morrison, bridge viewing, 40 00 M. L. Parcel Is, court certificate No. 00 Ibeport of oommltteeto view bridg- He tbe HoaoraWe Botrd of County jfftyf oontttttttoe them according to contract in every way Indian Creek btidgp, Howe bridge, Peno Creek bridge, North Fork bridge, Big Buffalo bridge. Signed, W. O. Hopkins, F. E. Morrison, Committee. Report is accepted. County Commissioner Eb. Jows appointed M. Ellingson road overseer in Town. «S-7. Range 19. Board adjourned until 0 o'clock a. m. Oct. 6,1910. At 9 o'clock a. m. Oct. 6, 1910, board re-assembled. Members pres ent: Tolton. Morrison, Jones, W. O. Hopkins and Auditor Price. Ap pointed judges of Election: 1 Vern Sopers Ranch, T. H. Tolton, Geo. Holley, J.O.Thomas. 2 Bells Road Ranch, G. F. Mosley, Guy Rjse, Glenn M'Donald 3 Mississippi Ranch, II. L. Brekkee, Roy Conklin, O. Nordvold 4 Jones 8c Harrell office, Win. GrittithH, Scott Robinson, J. K.Seckler 5 Hotel Stanley, Milesville, J. H. Loobey, II. S.Graham,O. Cavanaugh 6 Ash Creek prst office, John A. Hawkins. Geo. S. Posle, Wo. Proctor 7 Marietta school house, T. H. Basseler, Clint Bennett, Geo. Steffen 8 School house 4 N. 21 PL one mile west of Felix Gaines' place, F. E. Gaines, E. A. Alden, J. Grusendorf 9 Moenvllle post office, Chas. Chilcotte Ole Oleson, J. T. Singleton 10 Grandtield post office, Jus. McKaskle, S. W. Fosburg, C. Schwab 11 Sansarc Store, C. F. Jacob-ten, H. C. Smith, C. Tackelman 12 Lacy Road Ranch, Robt. S. Templeton, E. R. Meyers, Dan Hawkins 13 Hemphilts Road Ranch, George Price, L. A. Robbins, Jas. Hull 14 Willow Creek school house, John H. Havercroft, Jesse V. Lloyd, S. W. Clapp 15 Hopkins Road Ranch, W. II. Baddley, A. E. Gould, H. D. Hopkins 16 John Borden's ranch, Herman Moser, W. J. Gould, M. J. Borden 17 Geo. Lawrence's place, E. A. Ed left, L. Ilohlf, O. L. Johnson 18 School house 4 X. 25 E., Fred G. Kimball, Harry Hough, W. Aeasnan 19 Schoul house 4 N. 24 E., It. F. White, E. E. Teaney, M. A. Stafford 20 Belle Plaine post office, A. H. Stafford, W. A. Skinner, A* #. Koep 21 School house 4 N. 22 POWELL. E., Claire Newton, W. Foster, W. Anderson 22 Elbon post office, E. A. Morrison, Knut K nut son, P. Brynes 23 Hilland post office, John K. Munson, O. Johnson, T. Odegaarden 24 Grindstone hall, James Austin, A. G. Runvan, F. Shoemaker 25 School house 3 N. 19 E., Frank Hoffman, John Hovey, Martin Jennen 26 School house No. 49, J. D. Riddell, Wm. Keene, Frank Manion 27 Old Trail post office. I. S, Torgenson, J. P. Buswell, W. Linvllle 28 Ottamwa school house, John Putnam, H. F. Derby, Cy Yaneleave 29 Burnt Creek school house, Frank Piersal, A. J. Zion, John Kiser 30 Pheba post office, James Rhea J. Brower, Grover Orris 31 School house 3 N. 2fi E., William Crawforcl, (Continued on page Tonr cotigh annoys yon. Keepfflt hack ing and tearing the delicate membranes of •our throat if you want to be annoyed. But if you want relief, want to be cured, take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Special Election Notice State of South Dakota, County of Stanley, be fore the board of County Commtsaiouers of Stanley County, South Dakota. The matter of the establishment of an asylum and poor farm for said Stanley Couuty comlmr on to be heard and considered, the fol lowing resolution Is adapted by unanimous vole of the Commissioners present: RESOLVED. That It Is deemed advisable that a special election be hereby called for Tuesday, the 8th day of Novera»er, 1010. be tween the houis of eight o'clock in the morn ing and Ave o'clock in the afternoon of said day. at all the regular polling places In Stan ley County. South Dakota, for the purpose of submitting to the letral voters of said county the question whether the said Board of County Commissioners shall be impoweied to pur chase a tract of land In the name of Stanley County and thereon u build, establish and organize an asylum for the poor and to em ploy some humane and responsible person or penoiu resident In Stanley County to take chart* at tike same upon such terms and un der such restrictions as the said Board of County Commissioners shall consider moat ad rantaceous for the enterests of the county: wfctob panon shall be called a Superlntennent of the County Asylum. And the County Auditor of said county la hereby directed to pnbUata notices, prepare ballot*, and take otfcar 1— for holding said special election as la imbIn!tur law. ft»H the raaotatton b* adapted* YD .. 90 4 i w Lumber Powell Drug Company Carries a Complete Line of Drugs and ruggist's Sundries Prescriptions Carefully Compounded John Hayes DEALER IN Coal We aim to carry a f«H line of Building Material and all kinds of Coal and Machinery which we offer at the lowest prices possible, and by fair dealing, expect to merit a share Jf the business. 4. DONT FORGET THAT THE Stanley County Abstract & Loan Company Bonded Abstractors MAKE ABSTRACTS O I E E S O U A K O A Exct'll1ent Cafe Service Co/.v Heated Rooms at .'J5c and oOc HOFFMAN'S HOTEL Ilenry Huffman, Prop. European Plan PHILIP. S. D. A. M. OOlTlflR I). W. COYNEK COYNER BROS. CONCRETE AND CEMENT WORKERS Building Blocks, Sidewalks and Gutters All Our Work Guaranteed See our foundation blocks at 25c each Philip, South Dakota Fore Quarter of Beef I SOUTH DAKOTA Machinery 4. ®®«!)®IH)iUIIN» Ml&IB. or any other quarter that's sold at this shop is sold at right prices. Our motto is "prime meats, right prices," We "make good" on what we advertise. There are no more reliable meats and re liable prices than can be had right here. CITY MEAT MARKET The Winchester Mrs. Jos. Roberts, Prop. Our new hotel is now open to the .ublic. Every thing new, Table service the best in the city. Rates $1.00 and $1.25 per day. Stop Here W en in o w a ^n-'i-rTntiiTTiTn -itittt Live Poultry Wanted! I will buy anything in live poultry, from a two-week old chick to an old bird. The market for such goods is never over done. Will pay cash on delivery at Pleasant "View Poultry Farm, one-half mile north of the postoffice. Jake Weber, Philip, S. D. P. 8. Watch the market columns in this paper for prt railing prioerqaotefl byrne. uMiihtk nmm- i Si- k' I sks"