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PLENTY OF MILK Your Patronage Solicited F. E. Morrison Job n 8 IS SI Si City Meat Market BUYS AND SBLLS FOR CASH ONLY W O E S A E A N E A I Dr. Ince's Private Hospital Confinement Cases a Specialty Rates Reasonable West Pine St. Philip, S.D. Feed Stable All kinds of feed on hand at all times. I sell Bxcelsior Flour. Will make deliveries to any part ef city. WM. KEENE 1 have reopened tbe old Philip Liv ery barn on Railroad street and will cenduct a general livery and boarding stable business. Your pat ronage respectfully solicited. Office r'hone 2*3 Residence Phone 4-4-B DAVID LAMPERT Hhtes, President F. J. W Citizens State Bank Dray Line k Fort Pierre, S. D. FARM LOANS OUR SPECIALTY We solicit Farm Loeas 1b say part of Stanley county. Ws have plenty of money en liaad it sll times to loan at reasonable rates. No delays. Proof money furnished. We also pay the high est price for school and township warranta We do a General Bank ing Business. CITIZENS STATE BANK Fort Pierre, HARD COAL Nut and Egg Slsee Western Soft Coal VIRGINIA SPLINT Eastern Soft Coal KINDLING 10c a bundle, 3 for 35c blgh, S. Cashier D. The Review $1 a Year Coal S Philip Lumber Co. Additional Locals': Monday evening a number of his parishioners surprised Rev. Charles Goergen. The evening was spent in music and games. At 10:30 the ladies -served a delicious lucheon, which the men enjoyed immensely. Frank A. Hart, Robfft John son and Frank Hulett were in from Milesville Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. Hart offered proof on his homestead befor Commissioner Quigg, the other two gentlemen appearing as his witnesses. Mr. Hart has announo ed his candidacy for the nomina tion for county commissioner froi the Third district, and many very favorable comments are heard from people of that district in regard to his candidacy. Should he be chosen for the position it is certain that the interests of the north country, as well as of the entire county, would have his earnest attention. Advertised Letters The following is a list of let ters remaining uncalled for at the Philip, S. D., postoffice for the week ending Feb. 21st, 1912. Letters— Miss Alice Hickman Mr. L. W. Jones Mr. R. A. Chivenges Mias Forest Davis Card— Miss Rosila Jasper Parties calling for any of the above cards or letters will kind ly say "advertised," and five date.- Albert W Prewitt, P. M. Ghobob Philif Altut WaOOONBB Philip & Waggoner AtMrneya at Law Philip and Fort Pierre, So. Dakota Harness Repairing 1 have opened a Harness Repair Shop in the Dupree Building, tirst door north ©f Young's Barber Shop. I have had eighteen years1 experience in that Hue of work, and can handle any piece of repair work in ft satisfactory manner. Your patronage respectfully soli cited. U. G. BENSON H. J. 1NCE Physician and Surgeon Graduate of Bellevue Hos pital Medical College, New York Gity. Offioe on N. Center St. Phones: Office 58A, Res. 98B PHILIP So. Dak. Lumber LATH PLASTER BRICK CEMENT BUILDING PAPERS RUBBER ROOFING Etc., Efex, Etc. At live and Lit Uvi Prices Y MTIHW, MDUEP, SOVTH DAXOTA, FEBRUARY 86, 1I1S POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT? Our mte for political anaounoa nonts, to be run until the June primaries, it $6.00. Candidates tor office, desiring to let the voters eC the county know U«7 are soliciting support, should not fisil W» consider the elrealattoa of the Review. In accordance with the expressed wishes of many of the Republossie of Stanley County, I herewith an nounce myself as a candidate for the nomination «f Senator Cress 8taul«y county, subject to the deci. •ion of the voters of the Repablsaa party at the Primary £le«Uan to be held June 4th, 19IS. I rely upon my record as a— bsr from Stanley oounty the last session of the Legislature to rant yenr support. Respectfully, C. L. Mills*. Cbunty Auditor I hereby announce myself a candi date tor Oounty A/uditor of Stanley County, 8. subject to the will of the Republican raters at the Primary BleoUon to be held Juas 4th, 1912. James •. Quigg. of I hereby announce myself a can didate for nomination to the offioe of Register of Deeds, subject to tike wflll of the Republican voters at the June Primaries. If nominated and elected, Yours very respectfully, Prof. G. E. Sperbeek. Principal of High Sehool Fort Piem* S. D. For Representative I hereby announce myself as a candidate for representative from Stanley oounty, to the next leg islature, subject to the will of the republican voters at the pri mary election to be held June 4th, 1912. R. A. Bielski. For County Oommissionef I am a candidate for the re publican nomination for commis sioner from the Fourth district, subject to the consideration of the voters at the June Primaries. Any support you can give me will be appreciated. •S99EHEBSBH ROOD J. Y will endeavor to perform the duties of my office and keep the Interests ef tbe public at heart. Arthur C. Bernstt, Cottonwood, S. X) Superintendent of School* 1 Te the voters of Stanley Coun ty At this time I wish to announce that I shall be a candidate for tfe Republican nomination for Super intendent of schools at the June primaries subject to the will of the public. v Carson Williams, Philip,S. D. County Commissioner 1 hereby announce my candi dacy for the republican nomina tion for county commissioner fror the Fourth district, subject to the approval of the voters at the June primaries. I have served for the past term as such com missioner and submit my record in that office as the basis for asking the nomination. F. E. Morrison. Superintendent of Schools To the voters of Stanley coun ty: After teaching in country schools, graded schools and high school, and having traveled Stan ley county roads for the past seven years, I have decided to ask the support of the Republican voters for the nomination for county superintendent of schools at the June primaries. Malissa S. Allen, Fort Pierre, S. D. County Commissioner I hereby announce myself a candidate for county commission er from the Fourth District, sub ject to the will of the Republi can voters at the June Prima ries. John Duntevy. Clerk of Courts I hereby announce myself a candidate for clerk of courts of Stanley county, subject to the decision of the at the republican voters primaries June 4th. Guy II. Waldo Notice of Appplicatlon for Letter* at Administration State of South Dakota, County of Stanley, ss. In County Oourt. In the Matter of the Estate sC Bdward D. Hlgjbee, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that Maka C. Mtfbee he* filed wtth the clerk of this court a petition pray in® for letters of ad mil nlatratlon for the estate of Bdward D. Hlg bee, deceased, and that on Saturday the 16th day of March, 1912, at ten o'clock In the forenoon of that day. In the court room of said court at tbe Qity of Fort Pierre, Stan ley County, has been Bet for the hearing of said petition, when and where any person interested may appear and show cause why saUd petition should B0t be grant, ed. Kuttoe of Mortgage Sale Whereas, Default having been made lin the payment of the priniL iv.il and interest on a promlissory note for the payment of money »e. cured by a mortgage dated Novem ber 28, 1910, executed by Agnes Hoi den, of the county of McCook and 8Late of South Dakota, mort gagor, to George E. Todd of the county of MoOook, whose poetofflce address is and Is stated in said mortgage as Brldgewater, S. Dak., mortgagee, which mortgage was duly recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds for the county of Stanley and state of South Dakota on December 7, 1910, at 9 o'clock a. m., In book 42 of Mojjtgages, on page 261, and Whereas, on February I. 1912 the said mortgage, with the prom issory note secured thereby, was duly aerfgned to Dollle M. Todd, of Bridge water postoffice, S. Dak., which assignment was duly record ed Ln the office of the Register of Deeds for the oounty of Stanley and state of South Dakota on Febru ary 13, 1912, at 9 o'clock a. m. In bn"k 78 of Mortgages, on page 63, and Whereas, no action or proceeding at law or otherwise have been had or commenced to 'recover the debt secured by the said mortgage oar any part thereof, and Whereas, It was stipulated in said mortgage that if default should be made in the payment of any of the principal or interest scoured by said mortgage, the said mort gage might be foreclosed by action or by advertisement as provided by Chapter 28 of the Code of Civil Procedure of the Reviaed Codes (1903) state of South Dakota, and the said mortgage expressly auth orized and contained a power of sale as provided by law, and COME COME To the New Feed Stole for Your Supplies in FLOUR, FEED and GRAIN Our goods are sold at a margin net ting us only a small profit and giving the customer the lowest price possible. Local agents Garland Flour & Whereas, the whole amount secur ed by said mortgage, both principal and interest has become due and payable according to the terms thereof, and the said assignee of said mortgage has elected and does hereby elect to foreclose the same, and Whereas, the whole sum due and seoured by said mortgage, at the time of the date of this notice, Is the sum of $100. principal and $13.SO Interest, making a total amount due in the *um of One Hun dred llilrteea and 30.100 dollars, idlii H. JOHNSO* C. A. Bennstt E Lb Bmwn Johnson, Bennett & firowi LAWYERS Office over Hargeshelmer's drug store, Philip,*.D. H. M. DINSMORE, Judge of the County Count. Andy C. Rlcketts. Clerk. Philip & Waggoner, Attorneys for Petitioner. 1st publ. 2-22 4th pufel. 1-14 PAOEJPIT1 URTON now therefore. Notice is Hereby Given, that fry virtue of the power of sale con tained in said mortgage and duly m-orded as aforesaid, and in pur suance of the statute in such case made and provided, the said mort gage will be foreclosed by a sale of the mortgaged premises therein den*iiibed, at public auction by the Sheriff or his Deputy of the said oounty of Stanley and state of South Dakota, at the front door of the Court House in the oLty of Port Pierre, In the said ooun ty of Stanley and state of South Daktta, on the 8th day of Ajprll, 1912, at two o'clock In the after noon of that day. The mortgaged premises are situated in the oounty Stanley and state of South Da kota, and are described as follows: -—the southeast quarter of section twenty-four (24) in tuwnahlij five (f») north, of range twenty-two (22) East of the Blax.'k lliils Meridian, containing one hundred riixty (160) acres of land, more or lees, accord ing to the United States Gorsfs inent survey thereof. Dated at Font Pierre, South Da kota, this 15th day of February, 1912. Dollie M. Todd, Assignee sod Owner of Mortgage* CL Coyne. &heiiiff of Stanley County, S. D. Geo. E. Todd, Attorney for ss slguee and owner of mortgage, Bridge water, S. Dak. let publ. 2-22 7th puM. 4*4 NOTICB To Whom This May Concern: I want to specify that the pump on our quarter of land (section 18-3n-21 E.J has not been sold and therefore do not want it tak en away. Jacob W. Smith. AN APPRECIATIVE WOR& Writing to us from Chicago, Patrick E. Murphy, one of our oldest subscribers, says: "En closed please find one dollar for my subscription to your paper for this year. I am a little late in remitting the amount this year, but I suppose nevertheless it is welcome. I hope you will con tinue to maintain the high stan dard of your interesting paper and receive all the aid and en couragement that you justly merit. Let's hope this will be a banner year for Stanley county and that she has seen or had her Hardest knocks. Wishing you success in your endeavors," etc. The writer most certainly ap preciates such good words as Mr. Murphy has spoken for us in this as well as Ids previous let ters. ui When you have a bad cold yon Want tlie ta»t medicine obtainable so a* to outsit with u little delay as powibie. Here is a drug gist's opinion: "I have sold Chamberlain^ Cough Remedy for fifteen yssis," ssra Enoe pllar of Saratoga, lad^sad ssnsMsr it the best on the market." Forests by Pioneer Pharmacy.