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NEW PRIMARY LAW
What N«w Primary Requires ia Detail Cavnty Auditor of Minne haha County. Sionx Fialls.—Harry How. co iin.tv auditor of Minnehaha coun ty, at the request of the Sioux Falls Argus-Leader, h.'is prepar ed tin* following outline of the provisoais of the primary Jaw which, 1h* grace of the South Dakota le-gislatune and the state supreme court, is mm a law of ttie state: In a geneitt'l way, the new pri mary law is a reenactment of the first primary liaw passed in this state, \\-ith the a* kl i ion of The new Rich a iv is reg-istt.atioin "Va.ture revamped and amplified. "Candidates ate nomi'uati-d by petit»iioihA petition for state of fice must be filed with the sec retary of state at Beast srix weeks prior to the primary e lift ion for a eoirnty office, with the coimty tafiiiclltitr at least thirty days before the primary. A v»«i didate must not cireirlate his own petition. A petition for eo irnty office miast contain not less than' three per cent nor more than five jcr cent. of the num bnr of votes ilast east for the party candidate for governor. Tlius, in Minnehaha county, a re publicum petition must he sign ed by not less than seventy-eight tior more than 130 naimos a de iiux'i.it w- petit it ai hy not less than forty eight nor mor« than eighty a soeialist or prohibition politico by not less than five moi more thai* eight. "The iM'xt primary wHl be held on Tuesday, .June 6. 1916. Signatures must bbe attaohed to ii petition within three months before a primary, or not before March 7, 1H16 Anyone who de nine to rim for pry**inet com mitteeman of his pnecinct sim p!\ prepares his own Iwllote and delivers thetm to the judge of the primary, but ^he voters may cross out any such name and write jn another if he chooses. "The regstration fentwre of this primary law is reinatrkiable. The man who wrote it made pno viskn fior glennr'ng the poLitic-a'l fields for voteis iu the same thorough manner that Ruth tfleiiaied curtain gnain fields on u former occasion. There is much ragmarole in the law of interest only to candidates or thowe dabbling im the pol.itiioail game, but the aveitage votr m»3 avoid that ai*l simply beuir in inind St- *. that he can register «it atnv time between December 1, 1915, and May 12, 11M6. with the eounty audit* r, or between February 1, 1916, and May 8, with his local clerk. ''The clerk receive firve cents for each voter registered. The county pms all expenses «ind furnishes even thing.except iniin paign funds. "The registration books tire I practically the same as those us*id under the Rich arris taw. From December 1 to February 1. ii'l 1 the registration books of tlx* county are in tire possess ion ef the county aiuditor. On the Wist named date the auditor d*(livens tire booiks to the re spective townships fled village clerks and city auditors. together with cards sufficient to enrol1! one-tliid of the m-imher of vot- in each pr»*»inct. The atiulitor n*tain« in Iris office cii«rds to the number of one-third of tine vot ers of each pm-inct. Fniu Feb ruary 1 to the third Tue»Laiy in April the elorks aiwl city auditors regiKter thvir vote«. It is the duty of thie township and vi'llt ge il» ii I s to go to their an nual e'eetion iui the spning anl reiiviin at the polls ail I day to rviristitir voters also the duty of city auditors to deliver tlue lhocuks to the jnlg-M of the «n aiiu fl city «eletion and the judge, of the amnnial n ty eV"ctioin and the judgeK jnffKtint tne of their nuanber to ta'ke the etnrollluiient. On before May 1 the clerks retiwin the l»ook« to tile eouaity auditor. From May 1 to 8 th.e cU*.rks may reg'st* voter« on e^bi'ds whir*h a«'e fon wairdnnl to tlue county auditor. Town elarks and city auditor* nmct ima«ke du plicate lisits of votetiN not rdgist er»Ml aiml retuTn one List to tbe county audiitfr. The auditor tlwn a brief messapc to •each voter wxt rogiist»ried be wd-hjnig and enfciieating luim ,to register. With this message is 4n.clscd a stamped 4'U'\^lrf»pe rkI drr*»ir«l back to tire auditor. "Any elector may meikc nip a l'st of vt itero whom h** knows to be not registered, wish th s lit on to tlw auditor who must send **a«*h votnr s li«t»*l a siweet .little note asking him for the 'love of Mike' to pfeas-e 'feiekift* wLthj his reglstnsition. Advaoitage of this pnovision will! lie takvii by the poliitioail scouts and bushwha^'ikers. aind the eouaity amditor will make a noise like a prvmtle swiK^aiy to alii the diveos and siwldry politi cal .riff-raff of the county. With every inessHgv wiKl be emclo^ekl a A Ford on the road for every car of another make. More than 900,000 now in use— everywhere. This could not be if the Ford car had not, and was not proving its super iority every day, in all parts of the world. The sturdy, lightweight, economical Ford car, useful to everybody, saving money for everybody—at a price within reach of every body. Runabout $390 Touring Car $440 Town Car $640 f. o. b., Detroit. Why pay more? For sale by IRA I. WELCH I I cMVhCNf IMC Philip Weekly Review Jfti. HOME PRINT a n A I U V E N E W S EIGHT PAGES VOL X. No. 41 PHILIP. HAAKON COUNTY. 8. D. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1915. SUBSCRIPTION #1.50 PER YEAR §UIREA stamp envelope for the ivtuui of the rogistratiom c«urd. "The county auditor most pub-|done lisha notice im the of fie Mil patera tine .last two weieks im February, givitng dme and pr iper notice to hll voters how, whirtn, aind \vhet' to register.The 'kist we*-k in April the auditor must mgciin soiuiinl a note of warning through the pub lie primts fles»t eome votefl* miss the other signs acrt up for his perr will. Piwis'io*) madie for tli.o»e who are sicik and innnble to re gister in the usuad way. Furi li. proviskxn is made for a voter who may be ahsent from the after the first of the RESOLVED That there is reat pleasure Ml running a successful busi ness. The hustle is exhilirat* Ing and makes a great tonic. Advertise in our newspaper and make your business a suc cess. state ye#vr. Suh voter mniwt miiike proiper affi davit befone tlm county auditoi*, or if the books lunve lxeii sent •to tlwe judgt* of cflectiofi, the voter nnav applly to the jiKlg^. evt«n cm t»-!ection d«j% and I**" r. gifltered by making proper affi davit.Thm proprsiliton is only f"r those who have lieem alneajt ftvnr th« staite. The stiay^att-honnes must be iregr«t»erqpl on or before May 12. No one ctam vote without being legistcaied. No votes e.tai be mvorn in on priinyvrv day. Some may thioik thait Section 21 of thids laiw a/TJows a pei^ai t'» vote on a pnevioiw regi«tiUKti ,(n. Whidte it may require an ei^ht cylinder tewniea* to interpiyt this seoticn, it aeeinfl that this pro vision rei!tat«e« -to a sitniaitiKfi whetne the town crierk fails to retumn the registrar ion Ivook to the auditor., in whicJi e\*ent th«» auditor employs a previous rc gi«t.r«,tiitu to make up a Hfct for the judgca. "It is not imcumheti't upon the auditor to use bloodhounds to 'apjurehcnd l.owiiilin^g voters or hypnotise those redmetant to ^i« n regi»trf:»tVo books otherwise the law is quite tfhoaxyugh. "Aft«er various notices, cards. me«HB|gr8 and S. 0. S. signaiK primary day ougfat to brmg oait the biggest cofldee4kn of hand piekied and assorted voters «\ieir I wheedled to the prtta in America. ''Between May 12 and May 27 the county auditor fritters away time by taking att the registra tion hooka cards and junk, aind making .two aiphahefticairiy aJ ranged l^ta for each political party for the honorable judges of eleotkax. Iaasnmch as thene |orty-«k pneelnoSi la the BUSTfft BROWN 7T/TO" IMWN CO. CDICAC* £oME MERCHANTS JIT IN THEIR JToREAND ANP WONDER WHY MORE TRADE DOESN'T COME TO THEM. OUR QUERY IJ: WHAT HAVE YOU DONE TO BRING MoR-E 6U.5INE.J.S TO YOUR JTORE? THE MERCHANT WHO ADVERTI^E^ REGULARLY 1^ THE BU.SY MAN. 6U3Y WAIT INd ON CUJToMERi, BUJY PUTT1N6 NEW GOODJ AWAY-THAT'i BECAUSE HE GOT BU JY AND TOLD THE PEOPLE WHAT HE HAD, WHEN HE HAD IT. CET BUJY NOW AND ADVERTISE REGULARLY IN THE PHILIP WEEKLY REVIEW. comity, ibis wii.'l re|iiine only 386 l^ooks. This w»rk miiiKt be ^i«M ii.rj rt4'ly. If any errors are permitt*d to re-c]» into thes** lists, the oouiity audit"ir wonlnl lietter move omt of the stiite on or before June f.A woman seorn ed hath no fury liikw a voteir whefie i eg'.s.tii»iti*,n w in-UHJurat^* or a candidate whose m^ne is plrticed unfavorably on the list. If ei I'fliol'oiro tin* county an id i tors of the state have litfid »y oaf«v t»m*i sitting widh their lect on the table and drawing a sakiry of "th.iee 'liundred and sixty-fi'v*? doMais a week, but jMitting this primary law in force wiilil prove to 1* the most effective rem edy again«t liookwonm ever a'n vent^l. "The state convention oeonrs on the fi.isit. Tuesday in 'Inly, an is wmp«st'd of cb-!egat s, jiartv delegates, sUite central i-oimiiiiiU ee and natioiuW eoiiiiuitt^"in*^i.. The convention maikes and de clares the party pla'tfonn. Th*i size as «i*eified, but iinasinuch OS a'M candklaties have be" n pre viously nominated, tlu* pUtform should Im big enough fior tilue bunch to stick cm. 'The law makes provision for the fcrmaticjii of new parties." PREPAREDNESS I'm Oaiptarin Jingo U. S. A. I feed my crew on pork and bray And I whicof) it gg "Prepare and Pay" For a giea/t American army. I'll temh the youngsters how to alioo-t The kids to toot, the girls sal ute, Tli scaie the peoiple tili they root For the great American army I'M wH)ik the pawler mills «U night, I'lil hit their prof te to a kite And prettv «oou I'll otder "Fight." With my g'e' American anmj —The Sun ey. Deoorah Republican: The issue in 1916 will mot be Mr. WHson bat the democratic party and their free tiade tendenoies, of which the country is becoming heartily sitck. for ths EEVHW. :mss, Kurka-Garlock Nuptials On Tiuinksgiving day Sacred Heart church wj s the s ere of another pietty wedding in whiw-h Mis,«l Elilen (iarloek of this city and Mr. Josci'h E. Kurka, Kf Philip, were united in tlte holy bonds of niatfimonv. The church was beaut if iv lv detonated for the occasion. Hoinjrrfs of pink and white ciainatiois bankjil the altr amid fi'llel the cliureh with tlwir freigi an"e. Mrs. Knola Myers*, with whom the gr(!om hid been as^ei:itid in omhestra wo»k, ]re«-l«id at llie orgian. The first s\we1 strains of Mende'ss din's weklinig march heivi'ld«H| to tlu- ni*ainy t'ren*ls v\lw» had as-'embV1, t.lm: appnthiich oif the brida'l pmtv. The brin'e eiiteml leaning on the a.nn of Iwr father. She wore a dainty gown of white ftutin IrijiiniKni with silk tuille «nd sil ver kice awl cifirrie^l a shower bouquet of bride's roses and lilies of the valley. The jjrfwfin waLked alone dreswMl in the coiniea tioi al b'»aek, symbol ical of the so'emnity »f the vent. He was foMrnvenl by Mr. W. K. Wia'iole as best man and Miss Alice Oar'ock.th.c maiiil «d" honor. Miss (1Uherine A[c i'inanM'y aaid l'inor McDonough, iiiitinwite fi eiw!s of the bride,' completed the party. Slowly and s'tle iiiii''y th.ey 'apprioai-he*! the altar whe'e they were met by Father S« haebe. Theie, in a ^ew well chos n woixls, using the short but impre sive ceremony of the OajthoKc cluurch, he unit ed this happy onple for life. After the ceremony T/eomaPdV mass was sung, the solo work being refndered by Mrs. F*'ed (Juslnnst and Mish Lucibi 0ar- i lock, s siteis *f the bride. At the c'ose of the serviiHi the nartv wns ionvejed to the home of the lu tdc where they receW cd the congratulat*ioms of their ^•ends. At two .o'clock a boun tiful five course t» 8. GOLDSMITH, Pr**id«n( M. GOLDSMITH, S«cratary Home Land & Abstract Co. Let Us Make Your ABSTRACTS W# Attend to Recording Papers, and Return Abstracts Promptly. FORT PIERRE, SOUTH DAKOTA Tom the Tailor will sell Singer Sewing Machines dur ing the Holidays beginning Dec. 1st until Dec. 23rd at the following prices: $61.00 machine* at $38.00 cath 66.00 42.00 63.00 40.00 86,00 50.00 96.00 60.00 Will give 20 per cent ditcount on any piano bought dur ing the Holiday season. A Wise Man The wise man always prepares for a run of hard luck. Anyone can get along when prices are good, when work is plentiful, when crops are good, when business is brisk, then it's all e a s y e n o u But the prudent, conservative, careful man looks into the future and steadily piles up a balance at the bank to be used as a reserve in case of disaster. Rest assured that the weath er will not always be fair. Our bank is a good bank. We invite you to keep your reserve w i u s First State Bank of Philip J. W. JONES, H. J. MeMAHON, President Vies President 1KA J. WELCH, J. E. KURKA, Cashier Assistant Caahier dinner was ser ved to the immediate rel»ativies. Everything was festve for the occasion. A gi-cst book, in which Wf're written amusing incidents of the weoldjug and bits of in teresting arlvice fiom the as sembled wanpaiiy, added to the merriment. Out of town gueats were: Mr. and Mrs F. J. Kurka and W. It. Walpo'c, of Ph'Jip, 8. 0., Mr. Frank Walsh and dwu gliter. Ib'ilcii, of Dewey Mr. amid Mrs. Fred (Jushur-4, Lea^d, aixt Mr. F. P. VVailsh, grand* father of the bride. The hi kle of this miost inter* est ing event is the eldest daiugjk* ter of Mr. T. V. (iaiWk her charming ]ersonaility and pLeas ing manner bas m:!«le her a gen era«l fa\oriite. The groom n^*l» no ntrodu »j» in Oi'ster where he has many wanm friends. lie bad untiJ last ytvir, Immhi assoeiisited with the Fir^t National Bank and was reno^ni/ed f. his busi ness ability. Severing his connec tions lu're, he ae/eopted the positk.n »f asdsfiant cashier in the Fir»t State Rank at Philip and there enjoys an enviable reputation. Mr. a.nd Mrs. ,J. E. Kurka Jeff on tlw even ing train for a short trip to Denver. After December fifteenth they will be nt homos to their friends at Philip. S. D The piv^vnee of the merry crowd at the station on the eve Kf th-ei departure was evidence of the popularity of the bindo and groMiii. .A lud w'.th the shower of K«od wishes awl the hope that the journey, liegun so auspic iously and i inder suoli f&voraible ci rou instances, might continue to be ev^ pie s int and siioceai ful.—Glister Week'v Chronicle.