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1 8 I! S i 8 The Tony Clothing Co. Pierre, S. D. Our Platform is the Same Before and After Election. "SATISFACTION OR YOUR MONEY BACK." We are not standing still, we are progressive. For years we have tried to get Men's Suits for a Me dium Price that we could (iuarantee to our trade. We have tinally succeeded and can now sell you the STYLEPLUS make for $17.00 a suit. These suits are sold with an Ironclad Guarantee to Give Satisfaction. Otherwise the Money is Refunded. Can you bejit that? The patterns are all New and up-to-date and the work manship is all that can be desired. Other makes of the same quality as the STYLEPLUS generally sell for $18.00 or $20.00 and are not guaranteed by the maker. If you are in the market for a first lass, medium priced suit or overcoat try our STYLEPLUS and you will soon admit that you have the beat clothes value you ever received. Or if you want the Best clothes in the market, remember we are the home of the HART, SCIIAFFNER & MARX suits and overcoats and can show you as line goods as you will see in the eastern cities. YOURS ANXIOUS TO PLEASE, The Tony Clothing Company Pierre, South Dakota LOCAL 1 For Sale—Sanitary couch, with pad, good as new. Inquire at Review office. II. J. McMahon was a passeng er to Rapid City this morning i'or a brief visit. L. E. Vick, the station agent at 'Quinn, is in Philip today for a brief visit with friends. You can get those delicious chocolates of Hargesheimer. adv. P. L. Cooley and J. R. Hart well, officials of this division of the North-Western, spent Wed nesday night in the city. We are yet in market for all kinds of warrants. Security Banking & Trust Co. (Advertisement) Robt. Riley returned Satur day morning from the extreme northern part of North Dakota, where he has been working dur ing the harvesting mmi threshing season. Theo. Baseler, of Marietta, ar rived Monday from Frankfort, where he has had employment through the fall, to look after his interests at home, and east his vote at the general election. The fire department was called out Saturday afternoon to put out a fire in an outbuilding at the rear of the A. J. Wray prop erty on Center street. The fire was set by children while at play. Rev. Faith, the new pastor of the Methodist church, is moving with his family from Belvidere this week. It is announced that he will conduct services at the church at the usual hours Sun day, Nov. 10th. i'i mil Karelia left Tuesday for Huron and other points in the southeastern portion of the state. He expects to make an extended visit with relatives near Crofton, Nebr., before re* turning to his farm north of the city. Mrs. M. Gust iih& changed the arrangement of the rooms on the first floor of her building so as to give more room for the display of her stock of five and ten cent goods, and also to make place for the Christmas stock that is now arriving. Twin boyB were born Monday to Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Rebel* at their home near Powell. One of the young men weighed eight pounds, the other seven and half pounds. Dr. Kyde reports mother and the babies as get ling along very nicely. $ $ & S 8 I a I a i Ralph Bagby was a Pierre visi tor the latter part of last week. Jus. E. Ladgin, from northwest of the city, was a pupfniger to Fort Pierre last Thursday night. Miss Sadie Sterud, stenograph er at the Security Bank, spent a few days' visiting at her home in Pierre. Miss Stella Collins departed Sunday i'or her home at Eagle Butte. She has been i*. guest for the past five weeks at the home of her sister, Mrs. C. A. MePeek. Mr. a lid Mrs. \V 1% Reeves, of Volga, were arrivuli Thursday for a brief visit at the home jf their son, George Reeves. They left fur their h.»m. Sunday night. Rev. J. W. Lucas, who came up from Fairfax th? iore part of last week to spend :t few days with his family, departed Thurs day night on i bus nesg trip to itchcll. The members of the Eastern Star lodge.' gave a dauce Friday evening a large part of those to whom invitation^ were issued be ing in ntt 'iidaiice. A very pleas ant evening is leported* Arthur Wheeler, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Wheeler, of tlife city, and engaged in the mer cantile business at Plainview, Meade county, was in the city las* night enroute to Sturgis with the ballot boxes from his precinct. Mrs. .J. W. O'Counell and little children arrived in Ramona Tuesday morning. She left her husband J. W., who is driving through from Stanley county, at St. Lawrence, who is expected to arrive here Saturday.—Ramona Times. Following the close of their re gular meeting last evening, the fire boys entertained the mem bers of the city council, the city auditor and the writer at a lunch in the city hall, celebrating the first meeting of the department in the new building. The even ing was one of pleasure for all. (Advertisement) The first number of the lec ture course will be given at the opera house Tuesday evening, Nov. 19th, when Col. G. A. Gear hart will lecture. The Daily Bul letin, of Rochester, Minn., says of him: "Colonel Gearhart is of the Wendell Phillips type of orator, and he certainly ranks among the first lecturers of the day. His personality is commanding, his dignified bearing that of a cul tured gentleman. His dress is faultless, his voice- deep, evenly modulated and r»sonant. His sentences are epigramatic and well balanced and his thought of the highest." Farm Loans Can always be had with Se curity Banking & Trust Co. (Advertisement) Durema flour for pancakes, adv The M. E. ladies will meet with Mrs. A. J. Wray Friday afternoon, Nov. 15th. Edw. Mattison and F. A. Foun tain, of Milesville, were depart ing passengers Tuesday night for Yankton. John Leach, of Elbon, was a departing passenger Tuesday night for Los Angeles, California where he will make an indefinite stay. J. H. Stephens, of Springfield, departed for home Friday, after a visit at the home of his daugh ter, Mrs „J. W. Jones, and with relatives near Cottonwood. The Presbyterian ladies aid society will meet with Mrs. R. M. Williams and Mrs. M. E. Phillips tomorrow (Friday) after noon, at the former's home. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Walden re turned Sunday morning from a visit with relatives and friends at Lynch and Norfolk, Nebr., and Sioux City, and Audubon, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Carson Williams returned Tuesday morning from Sioux City, where they went several weeks ago to obtain medical treatment fos their in fant son, who is doing splendidly, but has not been entirely cured of his trouble yet. They ex pect to spend the winter in Sioux City. (Advertisement) 1 have money to place on Farm and Ranch lands in Stanley Coun ty, write me giving full descrip tion of land and amount of loan wanted.—Yours for business. IT. J. Mundt Loan Agt. Madison, South Dakota, tf. II. A. Bradley, the operator at the depot, has been given the station at Nowlin, and will as sume his new duties within a few days. His successor here will be O. C. Hunter, now the station agent at Van Metre, who will move here with his lamily the latter part of the week. A couple of men were detailed to assist Marshal Gillen Thurs day night in forestalling the antics of the Hallowe'en cele- brators, and as a result the des truction of property was kept down to the minimum. Nothing beyond the soaping of some store windows was in evidence the following morning. John Hockel, who is homestead ing a claim a short distance southeast of Philip, reports an experience that occurred Sun day that he wouldn't care ty have repeated. He went over onto a neighboring claim to drive home the head of his herd of cattle, but the horse he was riding was attacked by the ani mal and gored so badly that he questions whether the hotss be saved. The approaches for the new bridge across North Fork south west of the mill have Ibeen put in, and the new roite from the city to the southwMt now opened for travel from that direction. The crossing west of the Waggoner residence has been closed entirely. The old bridge that has stood there for a number of years has been re moved, so obliterating one of the landmarks of this section. For some time past this bridge has been in dangerous condi tion, but how much so was not realized until the rotten tim hets and support# were taken out and examined. Much credit is due to Commissioner F. E. Morrison for his work in obtain ing the new bridge, building the approaches and getting title for the public to the right of way from the bridge south and west to a juaetuMi wit* «a aider high way. Durema flour for pancakes. (Advertisement) 2 for 5c, Thanksgiving post cards at the Pioneer Phar macy. (Advertisement) A prominent resident of Onida, A.'C. I»\ »'in. ,• *u• 11y judge o tl".»t •••lint. -I out a few .1 i u' i «. p\ of the i jUK sent *nt for U i» I 1 \.•!» r» t»'M4«-r the n in iu «tIOL of law and amendments to In voted upon at the election. He went through the voting list of Onida precinct, and failed to find a voter who had retained a copy sent him or who could tell in any thing more than a vague way what he was expected to vote for. llis research was merely one of investigation from mere curiosity, and had no other sig nificance except to see just how much attention the voters have paid to the pamphlets sent out to them. (Advertisement) Farm loans at eight and one half per cent interest H. F. Waldorf. Buy yonr Thanksgiving pest card* at the Pioneer pharmacy. I Advertisement i 'The true orator must be a living example of the high ideals which he proclaims. In Col. Gear hart we have a man of attrac tive presence, of clearness in thought, clarity in speech and eloquence in utterance. His life is the incarnation of his nob lest ideals, and his words arc but the embodiment of his deeds. One is deeply eotiscious, in listening to him. that not only wide reader, a clear thinker ami an eloquent specker, but also, a sincere Christian gentleman is uttering burning thoughts in glowing words." The foregoing is what Dr. Robert S. MaeArthur, pastor of Calvary Baptfft Church, New York city, says of Col. G. A. Gearhart, whos lecture' is the first number of our lecture course for the winter. At tne opera house Tuesday, Nov. Wth. (Advertiaemeat) The Rexall Cold Tablets that cold. Hargesheimer them. adv. Advertised Letters The foliowiug is a list of let era remaining uncalled for at the Philip, S. D., postoffice foi the week ending Letters:— II. C. Hanson Mr. E. R. Gibson Parties calling tor any of the above cards or letters will kind ly say "advertised," wad give date. 0 the i Nov. W Prewitt. P. It s battk to the African woods for T. R. One hf two things is certain— either some people were mistak en as to whose side they were fighting on, or else the Lord has lost a battle. On* tthe best schools we know of is the Sioux Falls Busi ness College, Sioux Falls, S. Dak. Their graduates are in demand all over the Northwest. New Thanksgiving cards at the Pioneer macy. (Advert'sesuBt) final receipts. Riverside Ranch PLENTY OF MILK Your Patronage S©.ic»ted F. E. Morrison Use (ith, 1!H2. best. Oaly 25c a post phar- Never in the history of the country has a cleaner and abler set of men been elected to office than the republican county and legislative candidates who were chosen at the polls Tueaday. (AdvertiseOUBO Anyone wanting young pigs about eight weeks old will do well to call on me.Edward Ander son, 5 miles northeast of Mariet ta, (3 miles west of Milesville. 2p I Buy Direct From the Cutters And can Save You 10 Percent on DIAMONDS. They are UN EXCELLED FOR BRILLIANCY, QUALITY and PRICE. A com parison will convince the most skeptical. S A O E S E Clothing Have just received a ship ment of Men's and Boys' Clothing. Good Styles, Large Stock to select from. Look it over. L. B. Hartwick 'bielski If arm" loan ca Makes Real Estate Loans Amounts varying according land. 4 Loans payable on any interest-bearing date. We furnish proof money and will loan Call and Get Terms Rexall Playing Cards. Har gesheimer savs they are the pack. sdv. Sick headache is canned by a disordered •mach. Take ChanilH ilain', 'J' iMelsain TMt that and the h«':i«lacliet will diwn war. For tale by all dealer* '.Advwtiaejueat) Middlings sacked, 100 lbs. $1.20 Bran sacked, per 100 lbs $1.20 ffcilip Mill & Eiev. Oo. adv. You can get the best pan cakes and biscuits from Du rcmaaa flour, adv. Flans for Rural Credit. The question better borrow ing facilities for farmers has been frequently mentioned, and the speeches of Congressman George W. Norris, of Nebraska, made during the pawt year or two, have apparently been in sttrumental in blazing a trail a long which other statesmen have followed, and become acquaint ed with the necessity for more modern methods of credit, if the farmer is to carry on his business without being unneces sarily hampered and curtailed for funds. President Taft has giv.-fi impetus to the suggested reform by avowing himself in favor of rural credit banks, and in his utterances has followed the suggestions made by Mr. Norria in the last two ongrvs- ses, in which particular emphasis -m i to quality of 4 i on was laid upon the Raiffewen sys tem, which has been entirely suc cessful in Germany. Mr. Norris took the position year or more ago that the government should give the same careful in vestigation to rural credits us was furnished through the Al drich Monetary Commission in its study of the mcthodH exist' ing throughout the world, an# particularly in Europe, with re ference to commercial credits. He introduced a resolution a long time ago, which is still pending, providing for a Commission to study and report upon the systems in Germany, and else offered a means for farmers to where in Europe, which have obtain quick and adequate loans to finance their affairs. Tn* German system is wholly co operative. and in its operatiou is said to resemble the building and loan association plans moiv than those methods commonly used in banking. Governor Me Govern, of Wisconsin. in res ponse to a request by the Now Vork Times, states that the pro blem '..as already been taken up in his state, and he sheds much interesting light, in a lengthy ''ommuniciitien, upon this great uoraio problem. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Warner will leave this week for a visit ivith relatives at Neligh nut otfc* er points in Nebraska.