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00ft 00TJWTY TIOKJT
Beporta from Ae various parte
il the eoutj are to the etlect
tktt tilt pre-electfoa campaign in
OB in earaeet, and during the
next fire week* there will be
much activity on the part of the
republican and democratic can
didate* for legislative and county
officea. It appears that we are
going to have a good-natured
campaign,! too—that it will be
minus the mud-slinging of pre
vious campaigns and that each
party organization and each indi
vidual will present them selves to
the voters of the e«»ty etrietiy
on their merits.
There should Be no laetlona
tJun in oounty politics and the
Be view hopes no effort will be
made by any to use county and
candidate for. these local offi
legialative candidates to influen
ce state and uational interests
and results. Every man who is a
ess ought to be allowed to stand
on his own merits. We will make
no deviation .from this sensible
rule, unless driven to it by the
opposite action of others, which
would to bfURjgret
tad.
While Ware going to talk
plainly
in subsequent issues of
rtate and national politics, and
of
the unprecedented issues in
volved, we this week simply want
to
announce our allegianoe to
the best set St candidates ever
offered for the consideration of
the voters of .Stanley county, se
lected at the Jons
friaarisa,
?For Register
V
republican
as follows:
For State Senator—K.
For
A.
Bepreeentstlvee A.
Q.
Qranger, E. A. Bielaki, Cheater
Titedqui
For Treeeurer—Oscar £.
ttkuart
For Auditor—James A. Quigg.
'|For Sheriff—Qlarence
E. (Joyne
of
Deeds—N. W.
flay.
For GUrk of Courts—Andy C.
Xloketta.
For Superintendent of
Schools
**W. W. Warner.
States Attorney—Webb
xfw S
I juihert.
jFor County Judge—Claude A.
For Surveyor—Ralph Van
jQomwitioners tod district
V4Fn»k Hart.
,4th Distritt—F. & Mormon.
-jmk District—W. O. Hopkins.
*00* ADVUT1BBE
One of the troubles President
TWt has to contend with as a pol
ticias is that he is an extremely
poor advertiser. If Theodore
Boosevelt had originated the tar
iff hoard plan of ^ttMng with the
tariff revision problem, as Presi
dent Taft did, not a day would
hsve boon allowed to elapse, from
(ho time the plan was conceived,
until ihe day of election, without
public attention being call
to "my policy" of handling
lbs tariff question scientifically,
and taking it out of politiot
I ftisidint Taft, also, is trying
to Make oongrest do business on
bwteMi principles. His plan is
to live each department head
make an estimate of the amount
of rtveaue required to run his
of the govtrnmeafs bosi
then have oon
its approbations and
ia* Mi for raising revenue, from
ffc# lodfet thus formed. If Theo
Boosevoll bad conoeived
a tatae^like asthnrt
Hm ynWin bMbMst
have had it advertised
«pd of *o conntiy to
'90 is mfy ftt
of pabtt*
vwi that
wsy
engaged. He is T. R. himself,
and he's at work now for T. R.
But the president really ought to
look around and find the second
best man for his own ON.—Aber
deen News.
WHAT TEDDY THINKS
I'm twioe
aa
ton,
great as Washing­
I'm twice as great as Grant
Because third terms they did
not get
They needn't think I can't.
I'm twice as great as Jefferson
And Madison combined.
I'm twice as great as all the lot
Of Presidents I find.
I'm greater than my country,
Its customs and its laws,
Its poor old constitution
And its presidential flaws.
I'm twice as great as any man
Above or 'neath the sod.
In fact, I'm inclined to think
I'm twice
aa
great as God.—Ex.
HOW TO GET THE BE8T NEW
BOOKS
This is an age of books and
every intelligent reader find buy
er of books feels the need of
keeping informed on the best a
mong the 10,000 new volumes that
oome from the prews every year.
The wisest way to do this is to
subscribe for a good metropolitan
newspaper that prints daily re
view of the most importan tbooks
as fast as they appear. Tin
Chicago Record Herald is gener
ally conceded to be the leadiug
literary daily west of New York.
It is the only newspaper in the
aoimtry that prints book news
every day in the year. It cover?
the whole range of current litera
ture aa if it believed hooks were
actually as interesting to its
readers as say, the pork market
The Record-Herald 'a literary
or the latest murder.
department under the editorship
of Edwin L. Shuinanu is undoubt
edly the most complete and the
most ably conducted in the West
Mr. Shuman's literary judge
ments are quoted all over the
country, and so are those of his
able corps of skilled assistants.
The column of breezy Look gos
sip every Friday is widely read.
Walter Little field'a weekly news
letter from New York keeps
The Record-Herald Herald read
ers informed on forthcoming
books, and his summary of lead
ing magazine features at the be
ginning of each month is very
valuable. Naturally persons of
literary tastes prefer The Record
Herald to all other Chicago morn
(Political Advertisement)
SOUTH DAKOTANS
"LET THE PEOPLE RULE!''
In the interest of the State,
vote "YES" for the proposed
Party Primary Law in November
It cleans up the official spoils sys
tcm. It makes principles instead
of persons the issue. It provides
heavy penalties for buying votes.
It givea you a popular vote on
party endorsement of Post Mast
ers. It makes for majority rule.
It limits the use of money by
the candidates. It gives the poor
man
a
show.
It
provides
a
consei
vative party recall. It establishes
representative and popular party
government. Don't fail to vote
4YJ8S."
It will appear first on the ballot.
29*1
lbs SHOW COKING
"The Wolf," one of the big
dramatic successes of the year,
comes to the opera house Tueaday
evening, Oct, let. This play, by
Eugene Walter, just now famous
as the youngest American play
wright, has been running aU sum
mer in New York and Chisago,
sad there already are teveral com
ponies eatour presenting "The
Wolf," Nt this
is Jo be
eity
by tte-.MSBnflfr'
v
wm.mt* sending here .e*ggfc
n aU
It is a narrative of life, love and
revenge among the early settlers
of the great Canadian Northwest,
and in dealing with these charac
tors who live very close to nature
Mr. Walter has provided a ro
mance which holds his audience
spell bound from the opening act
to the finale.
Marietta Items
(Too late lasj week.
Mrs. Cli ris Greget was a caller
at Marietta on Saturday last.
Dr. Addie Whaley is teaching
the Marietta school for tile term
1912 and 1913.
DeWitt Neville has just com
pleted threshing—obtaining 1300
bushels oi' oats from 65 acres, not
bad for this year.
Messrs. John Olson and Clyde
Rundall have each purchased a
gang rotary disk plow and are
greatly pleased with the same.
To the mind of all who have used
this kind of a plow, it is the only
one that should be used to plow
deep and do satisfactory work.
School teachers are in great
demand in this section. No lew
than three schools tiear here are
without teachers. Quite a change
from a few years ago, when
there were three or more teach
er's for every job.
Arthur Wheeler, of Plain
view, and Mr. Wilson, of Mar
cus, passed through Marietta Sun
day enroute to Philip.
The noise of the thresher has
been heard once more in this lo
cality and the results in many
cases have been a pleasant sur
prise, for the yield has been far
better than expected, after the
adverse conditions of the past
season for maturing of cro]s.
Even where hailed out and get
ting results only from a second
growth, wheat has yielded six
bushels and oats twelve to fif
teen bushels per acre.
Corn is certainly looking good
and promises a fine yield, if
frost ia not too early.
Fay Garretson left Monday for
Pierre, where ehe will remain for
several months, perfecting her
self in music.
Charlea Flanagan passed thru
Marietta Wednesday, going to
Philip for cement to build an
ice house. He recently sold his
cattle, considering present prices
good enough. Still he will buy
when anything good comes his
way.
Dan Johueon, of Bridger, made
a freight trip from Philip this
week.
Messrs. McQuirk and Brad
dock took 53 head of cattle to
Philip this week for shipment to
market, and they sure looked
fine.
Mies Leone Garretson is teach
ing at the Hart school this year.
She was in charge of the Mariet
ta school last year and gave ex
cellent service.
Harvey Britton has been ap
pointed clerk of Marietta school
board, to fill the vacancy caused
by the resignation of George
Steffen.
Considerable winter wheat has
been put in of late in thia vicin
ity. Messrs. Vaughn, Bennett,
Michael and Bellamy seeded tome
during the present week*
Many are thinking of paying
more attention to the miW» cow
in the future, proposing to buy
good Holsteins, farm lest land,
and farm better. That is the
system that will win. Milk cows
and farm better. Don't try to
farm too much but cultivate that
which you do farm thoroughly
The man who follows that plan
properly will soon
be
and "on easy street."
Plum picking and preserving
has kept the housewife busy the
pest f*w weeks, and fruit jars ar*
eommg into fsrviee after a two
yeore' not.
Charles Jtoysr totd fcfe eajttle
week to parties finom Cotton-
Ash Creek. He has at least a
month'8 steady work contracted
ahead.
Hunters h#v« 1»»id fine sport of
late as ducks have been quite
plentiful. They must have had
^ood feed, for they are certainly
in good condition.
George Michael has picked over
200 melons from a patch covering
11-as than 200 square feet and
more are in evidence. We are
not telling where the patch is
located
Between 25 and 30 tons of mil
let was cut at Marietta this week
from 15 acres—not a bad yield.
The seeding was done the last
week in June.
For Sale or Rent—Good stock
ranch, six miles from Grindstone
post office, sixteen miles from
Philip. $2600. Good improve
ments, windmill and plenty of
water, lots of timber. Good tract
of land under cultivation, with
alfalfa growing. Will rent to
responsible party on easy terms.
Inquire at Review office or of
Jos. ii. iiadgin, Grindstone, S. D.
10-t
HOW S THIS?
We offer one Hundred Dollars
Reward for any case of Catarrh
tliat cannot be cured by Hall'a
Catarrh Cure. F. J. Cheney &
Co., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, nave
known F. J. Cheney for the last
15 years, and believe him per
fectly honorable in all business
transactions, and financially aole
to carry out any obligations madt
by his fiOR. Walding, Kinnan
& Marvini
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken
nternally, acting directly upon
the blood and mucous surfaces of
the system. Testimonials eent
free. Price, 75c, per bottle. Sold
by all Druggists.
Take Hall's Family
constipation.
Pills
C. A. McPeek, Philip, S.D.
City Dray, Feed and Liy«ry Btrn
on East Railroad Street
Your patronage solicited
and appreciated. l)ra.v
ing and transferring
David Lampert, trap.
MON1Y BACK
for any cw of
Rheumatism, Neuralgia or
SOLtAOB HKMKDY Is a recent nutdloal din
.•overy of tlm* Herman SclantlsM that neu
tralist's ITrlo Arid and Purifle* the Blood. It
Is easy to take, and will not affect the
weakest stomach.
It Is guaranteed under the I'iiw Food and
Uru* Law to be absolutely free of opiates or
hM'niriil druirsof any description.
SOLACE Is a pure
sped
rMtored
free of debt
fir in tablet form
•Ad has been proven beyond question to be
the surest and quickest remedy for Uric Acid
Troubles known to medical nclence, no matter
how lootf standing, It reaches and removes
th® root of the trouble (Uric Acid) and purl
Sea the blood.
TBS SOLACE OO., of Btttle Crtrek. are the
Sole I. s. Agent* and hare over two thouMud
voluntary testimonial letters which have been
rraslved from grateful people KOLA OR has
rwi
SOLA
Again Wc Say S
for
AXBL H. Pkakson H, S. BKKBY
Pearson ft Berry
PEEO BARN
Wft have re-opened the "Riley barn"
opposite the Philip Lumber Oo., and
solicit jour business. Leave your
team with us when you come to town
A Snap! Must Sell!
A good Billiard Room, five
tablee, soft drinks, candy, tobao
coes and cigar stand. $350 cash,
balance to suit. Long or short
lease on building.
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10167, aerial 07231, Cor South-east
quarter secttton 20, township 2 north
range 19 Bast B. H. Meridian has
ffiled notice of intention to make
five year proof, to establish claim
to the land above deetoUbed, before
James A. Quigg, U. S. Commission
er, at Philip, S. D.f on the 29th
day of October, 1912.
Claimant names as wtttn-esses:
Nels Caretensen, Orrin J. Qee, Carl
On rate neen, ThoiflSS Hide, all flour
of Philip, S. D.
John L. Lockhart, Register.
Notice of Hvailiig Petition for AW.
mitting Foreign Will to Probate
State of South Dakota, Oouutjr of
Stanley,
aa.
In County Court.
In the Matter of the Bstatfc rf L.
Drakely Rood, Deceased.
Notice Is Hereby Given, tliftt by
order of the undersligned, Judge of
the oounty iimrt, In and for Stan
ley county, state of South Dakota,
made on the 21 day of September,
A. D. 1912, that Saturday, the 12th
day of October, A. D. 1912 at 9
o'ckwik a. m., at the office of the
rounty judge at the court house in
the city of Fort Pierre, Stanley
County, South Dakota, has been
fiixed and appointed as the tlime and
place for hearing the /petition of
iiertha A. Rood that the will of L.
Drakely Rood, deceased, heretofore
proved, allowed and admiitted to
probate in the District iurt of
the county of Polk in the state
•of Iowa be admitted to probate, and
recorded fin this said County Court,
and that letters testamentary issue
to Bertha A. Rood.
WIHNBSS my hand and the seal
of aaid County Court, this 21st day
of September, A. D. 1912.
H. M. D1N1SMORE,
Judge of said County Ooiuart.
Attest: Andy C. RILcketts,
Clerk of said County Court.
NOTICE OP OONTK8T.
Department of the Interior, United
States Land Office, Chamberlain,
South Dakota, Sept 16 1912.
To Flora Jessie, of Midland, South
Dakota, Contestee:
Ytou are hereby notified that
Bill of
Contract to
ft
took
Aereeeient for Rale
II.
Real Estate
Contract for
Land affidavit)
Township Flfts
If.
It.
19.
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tl.
ts.
II. Certificate of
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IS.
19.
Head
ache that Solace Fails to Relieve
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toJse&ltli. TMtimoaifcl letters, liter
»ture and REE SAMPLE amt upon request.
*. Lee Morris, president of the rtrat Nation
al Bank of Ohlco. Texas, wrote the Solace
Bompany as follows:
I want you to send a box of Solace to my
la Memphis, Tenu.. for which I enclose
friends of
remedy has been used by some
mine here and I hope It will beoelt
my father as it has them. (SUrnied) R. L.
Morris.
rrsmm? qOhMBM of
CI ALONE does the
Greek Mich.
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of the Interior, U.
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Jaltus
Legal Blanks
Fer Dos
farm Lease, Qaeh Rent.9
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farm Lease, Cash or
Grain Rent
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Coupon Note, I oelor, I
notes
Last Will nad Tefta
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Agents Oontract real es
tate
Ind R. R. MortfMP* ....
Release of Ofcattel IfsPt-
Warraaty
Quitclaim Deed
Ratiafactfea of Mfflfnfp
Real Rstate Mertgn«e ..
Assignment of Mori.
«a*e
Mecba«*Ce LNi
Application for Loaa ...
Chattel Mortfm iXfc
lal (ia duplicate) .,.
Chattel MoHcnffc—Rheit
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School Dtstfiet
NoUc9 of Funds to ftffi
Warraata
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Mary Bohl who gives Midland, So®,
th Dakota, as her post-office ad.
dress, did on August 16, 1912, file
in thfis office her duly oorrob rated
application to contest and secure
the cancellation of your home {tend.
Entry No. 11952, Serial No
03857 made Aug. 7, 1906, for tit«
South West Quarter of Section 27,
Townshfip 1 N., Range 25 E. B.
H. Meridiaoi, and as grounds tor
his contest he alleges that said en
tryman has wholly abandoned said
land since the date of saAd en
try that she has never established
residence on this land that no cul
tivation or grazing has been dose
on this Land by the entryman since
the date of entry by her.
Yom are, therefore, further nottfi.
ed that the said allegations will
be taken by this office as having
been confessed by you, and your
safid entry will be canceled there,
under without yornr further right to
be heard therein, either before Ulie
ofllice or on appeal, if you fail to
file in this offfice within twenty
days after the FOURTH publication
of this mot tee, as shown below, your
answer, under oath, spediflca.ily meet
ing and responding to-these allega_
tions of contest, or If you fail
within that time to file in thlLs of
fice due proof that you have serv
ed a copy of your answer on the
said contestant eitlior in person
Oath
114. Assessor's Bqad
Oath ....
31. Oath
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Form (in triplicate) ..
Land Lifting Contract..
Publisher's and Afeor.
ney's Affidavits et Pafc.
llcattoa
Official Road aad Oe*
(tty, village or tevgk
offtoer)
Of*
by registered mail. If thlis aervi.ee
is made by the delivery of a copy of
your answer to the contestant ia
person, proof of sujch service must
be either the salid contestant's writ
ten acknowledgment of his receipt
of the copy, slit ting the date of iti
ei:pt, or the affidavit of the per
son by whom the delivery was made
stating when and where the copy
was delivered if made by register
ed mail, proof of such servinse must
consist of the affidavit of the par.
eon by whom the copy was mailed
statting when and the post of floe to
whir.h it was mailed, and this affi
davit must be accompanied by the
postmaster's receipt for the letter.
You shoulkl state in your answer
the name of the post office to which
you desire future no Hose to be eent
to you.
W. Hall Irons, Register.
Date of 1st puibl., Sept. 26, 1912
Date off 2nd publ., Oct. 3rd, 1912
Date of 3rd publ., Oct. 10, 1812,
Date of 4th publ., Oct. 17, 1913
Civil Township
43.
Notice
of
Funds
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50.
Grass Lease Si
House and Real Relate
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Fewer of Attorney
Notes, pad e 100
Verified 1mom( (ceua
ty township or shheel.
Special Warranty Deed.
Contract for Deed II
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Warrants
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Treasurer's Annual State
ment, eaeh
Land Tax Pass Book
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Overseer's Laad
101. Meeting of Towa Board
of Review
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Oath
311. Justice*# Bond
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311. Clerk's Bead aad
Oath
313 Constable's Bead a*4
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