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i* 2 r4 ii i\:p HH 4 Ml !--Z ''I sr*" **.l I:''- a v 5-* f*i V ft. tA"*-..' te'- fr! «6t kT'0V y* V. ».t wkfj w .'" v *%.« LIST OF JURORS FoHowJn* la ih« Ust of Jul*** Intwn far the terra of circuit court, vi Ifh convene* April 18th: Arthur Amderaon» Philip George F. Britten, Hllland. I^tra P. N«Iob, Philip. Alvln Smith, Grandfl«ld W. A. Stolen, Midland Frank Earnhardt, Mileaville. Charles Frye, Cottonwood Harry D. Awt, Cap* Everett Jannon, NowMn. Ira Church, Pbdlip Chester L. fltone, Midland. George Pfrguoon, Hill and James G. Rogers, Midland F. D. Humbert, Grindstone Jamea M. Anderson, I-ur»e John RamPjr, Dowldng Geo. F. Pi^raaW, Midland Jbhn 8mith, Manila Jake Vaidant, Milfsvllle If. M. IMnsmore, Midland HerbeH Dunrlon, Blbon Mldiaei Raufth, Ortodstons C. A. Under, MidQanH Aflbert Israel), M4ttaad W. C. Armstead, Midland. Jesse E. Baker, PhiHp. Albert Halvorsen, Momvilla Ole K. Honve, f#»wMn A«M«*1 Ixil zi«', Midland. (mbcrf PVpf«c, Philip S II. Calloway, PowsB Jam** D. O'Done en, J. V. Anstett, Ottumwa Win. A. Ml lit iea.ii, IMiillp (Irant L. Dorothy, Phi Up UimhI PhdHips, PhJIfp A fee/ SPECIFIC AGAINST COM*. The nnrett (blag to ape-ifjc jflrirt colds la a sleeping potvii or opm bed room and a cold sponge b«t every morming when }«u first up. Even Iteo you wiS occasionally take a cold espeiially wiien colda are epidemic, and wiien you do you will find Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a great help In enabling you to ge* rJd of It. Try It. For sale by all Carbon paper can be obtained •I the Review office, it A. S, ANDERSON ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Official Bonded Abstracter Instrument* recorded and Abstrscts returned promptly ffcone Bod W Philip, S. D. PHILIP ft WAGGONER ATTORN EY8-AT-LAW i \M*m* m* PHILIP, S I) Ufll°es FOOT PIEKKK, 8. I. K. WMiTxrr B. A. SIKLHKI Whitney & Bielski Attorneys at Law Office in Bank of Ptolllp Hid*. 9B1LIP, S DAK. CITY BEAT MARKET WHOLESALE AHD RETAIL Eresh and Cared Meats L' Celery, Fish, Oysters and Paltry. Heinz Pickles, NED RONNING, Proprwtor BROWN ATTORNEY HOMESTEAD FIUNCS 1 fry- Fimml Prmmf* Tmkm Dr. DRIVER DENTIST Oflesoa North Oentar Street J7 Aldrick J* 1 Ik WIJTARY TRAINING AT UNIVERSITY Verm 1111 on, 8. D.—Military train ing at f'nlversity South Dakota if advoraltn-d as a patriotic dm*y tn an article which appeared laat week in the Volante, the r^ud*** paper. Glen Leavitt, a sentfor, from Ar. iiugton, S. D., i» the author, lie ar4tms hat the I"Ti'lv*t*i«y of South Dakota should adop»t a jywtem of mdlltary training, ln. hiding driDI and tacti«, to help furnieh a volutit^-er for« trained and r«.'&fty In. time 4 national need "Such nviMtary training," he le laree, "1# noK int« iwlcd to in atlB a 'spirit of ha'red for any latitm or natiwia in those gathered it in«titiitl« vis of learning, but to reau* an army suffiiJemtly large to d1»outrage afa* k and at th« iDie time impart- a training that in of value to each dt»ud« nrt. and to e t*hool.'' The writer pMtlli on* tie ed a1«vit.ita akng this line OH the part of other institutions, as n»««. Vale, Cornell, Princeton and ^omne t,L »t, win-re gTeater effort la •elmg made to a#»if* in the nation al ixreparedmess program. "The Is •e to one," he says ''that tb® Uoivensitjy of South Dakota alwunkd ifcie as patriotic a My and i»romrt.ly ,t Yale or Ike University of Call ornia." In 1905 mlTTary training at the I7nlvfr»*ity of Soirrti Dakota was ahjutdonied Its d'is Ipldiuary fea tures were tuipopuLar with Che •*tU4l4-nts, and it was not aupported holeh^aifU dly lij- the. adiuinis'ra. lon of tihe l*i»4v«rs*y «.t the time. AH hough the eveiUs ln Che past wo years have brought a change in attitude of many oif the «tu C'enia, «tei«timent ig still divided in he «»tudentt body oid the roa-tte1*. Ite»:*lent Slagle has expr^ed himself aR being in favor of a rein. .nodiHtion of ntHlitiary training at the Ciiivemity. There is a lively lisMimlon of tihe question at pW jcot at the UaiveraBty. KEEP YOUR ROWELS REGULAR. As everyone knows, the bowels are the sewerage sjstem of tho lody, and K la of the greatest mportanice that Ihey inove once each %ay. If your bowels become omrtii)iat«d, take a doae of Cham. :erLi hi a Ta/ble*s Just aft«r siip •e-r and they will correct the dia order. For sale by aA Dealers. WHO AM I? am more powerful than the combLmxi armies of the world. I have destroyed more me* than- alt tihe warn of the world. I am more deadly (than bullets, and 1' hane wrecked more homes than the 'mightiest of siege guns. 1 4*eal to he United States alone, over $300,000,000 each. year. I spare no one, and I find my victims among the slob poor aMke the younig and oU the strong and the weak widows and orphans know me. I loom up to such proportions that 1 cast my shadow over every field of labor from the (turning of the grindstone ttx the moving of every train. masaacre thousands upon thous andB of wage.earnera each year. I lurk in unseen places, and do most of my wicfrk urtien&ty. You are warmed again* me, but you heed not. 1 am redetftlees I am every, whiere lu Abe home, on the streeiL, In the factory, at railroad oroanmas and on the sea. I brine rffikntaa, degradation, and deatti, and yet few seek to avoid me. I destroy, «rueb, or give nothing, but take all. I am your worrit enemy. I AM GARELJB8flNHaB. sff tae POLITICAL ANHOUNCEWEHT Political amvomkrem^nte will be rum In the Review until the 0BL ma-ry elOftion for $5.00. If yoo are a candidate before Uis prima, riea be sure to plaoe youT atmounce ment In this papsr, which, rsachae more of the Haakon county voters all other county papera combloed. FOR REPRESENTATIVE IIy friends Insist that it 1e my dmty to become a oandld«te to* pe"lection as Tepreosntatlve of the 27th District, and I hereby am toouiwe my candidacy, subject to the wIM of the republican vote*«. If uominafted and etotted I pledge :iy be»t efforts in behalf of the e&t iii'tensts of our state, and rtiKu-UiJliy th1a portion we^ ot the river. I a in in favvor of rural credits, irriga ion,gx5od roads, development of our coal Welds, and a larger lat-kson ounity. Your vote and support will be appreniated at the co nil rig primary ay 23d, 1»16. Yours very truly, JOHN HOWE FOR OMfXTY TRKASl lttt To the Vot«-is of Ilaakon County: I an a candidate for re-election to the office of treasurer of Haa kon i ount-y, subject to the will of he repub!iitfi voters at the ap [iroachin^ nominating primary ol tftat paHy. Trusting that my ns. ord in conducting this office in the peist lias been su as to merit your swpport, and with aseuf aiuie on my part th&t any efforts expended in promoting my oandi. iA«y wiU be appreciated, I am Sincerely yours, JOHiN T. FORSELL. FOR COUNTY AUDITOR 1 hereby atujounre my candidacy for re-election as auditor of Haa kon tounty, S. D., subject to the will of the democratic vote** at the primary election to be hedd May the 23d, l9lt. If you feel ihat I have conducted this office Jurirug ih«- i«ast year in a satls. fa tory manner, please show your ii»pre4 iatjen by giving me a vote at tlm polls. Your support will be :-ij»prc(.:iafcf\l. EDGAR WATWOOD. COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT I am a candidate for re-eVection to the office of couniy superlnteo lent of schools of Haakon county, aid will go before the republican voteis in the May primaries, ask for th«e nomination by that party. 1 will try In the future, as I haw in the past, to render ac ceipitiable and efficient terries In this position, aaui to work always for the betterment of the oouaty hools. Yonr suipport and am. distance w4U be aippneciated. JEtNNIE E. O'NEAL. POR OOaCMlSSIOBrER 1 ft ere by announie myself as a candidate for oe.eleeikm as eom miB^lo-ncr from the Flrgt district of laikon county. El E. A. MORRBKUL fOR REPRESENTATIVE I hereby announce my for Representative from Un 27th i«poesentntJvo Dl^ridt composed of tihe counties of Haakon, Sfesnley and Jackson subject to tfee wj^U of the Republican voter* st tlm May Primary election. appreciate the support given me in tin pant and If nominated and elected I shall continue to give my best efforts la the In. terest of my oonntltuenfts. N. W. May. REPUBLICAN CATARRH CAWNOT RE CURED with local appttcntloMt as tfceJ cannot reach the seat of the dia. esse. Catarrh 1s a blood or eon. stltatlonal disease, and In order to cure It yon must take latenuLHy, jUCfllnTfcn OP DwHj and acta dfarecASy upon tb« blood I hereby mdoobm mynelf as a and moroue eorteoe. Hall's Cs^arrl csndldste for the office of Register Onre Is not a quack msdteme. It Vote (of Representative in Congress Julius H. 0f was inenurtbed by one of the be* South Dakota, subject to a* ell In this country for years of the repnMicaa prlsasry which be held May II, lfli. »m H. MKBD00T, "PliUli. t. a regular prancrtptloa. It of (fee beet ton** vttb the a«Uag Deeds for the county of Haakon I wLB be a candidate for re election as Register of Deeds of Haafcom county, 8. sobjeot to the will of the democratic voters at the primary election to be held in aaid county on William He had no Ipringfietd, I Illinois. May 23rd, 1916. Your vote is solicited. Any eld given my candidacy will be ap preciated. Respectfully, F. M. McOOY. DAKOTA'S FIRST GOVERNOR Huronite: Dr. WilMami Jagme. known to the first Dakotans as Governor Jajne, died yesterday (March 20th)at his home in Spr|ng fieWv Iltinrie, from the effecte of a fall on an icy sidewalk, in the 39th year cf his age. Dr. Jayne was the flnK5 terri«torial governor of what are now the two Dakotas, having been appointed to the posi tion. by President Abraham I,ii*otn ear|y In the year 1861. Hietorlan Kinie^buiry, in his admirable history, tells of the coming of Governr^r Jayne to the territory tbeit bad just been organized: Javne, the new authority He was a man of Hberal etur« tion, and of practical ability. His finat message was an able paper .obtaining much information abciunr ng in remarkable predictlo®s re garding Dakota's future. He was the candidate of Che re publican and union party for dele gate to congress against General Todd In 1862/tnd was awarded the certificate of election by the ter_ itorial board of canvassers. Oeo» eiral Todd conteaied his right to the eat. Jayne was given the seat in January, 1864, but lest it upon tihe final hearing two moaxths. later^on. rrees allowing the Red river vote, which was in ToH's favor. He then etnimed to his former homo in. LEASE OF COMMON 8C»OOL LANDS. Notice is hereby given that on AftS-H 1st., 1»16, aU of Sec. 16. Tp. 2 N.-R. 21 B., Haakon County, wiR be offered tor lease at public auction between the hours of 10: 00 o'clock A. M.» and 5:00 o'okxk P. M., at the Court House ta anld County. Doted at Pferre, March. 21st., 1916. Fred Hepperle, OommLaaioaer of v» hool and PuMlc Lends. P. E. Byrnes now has Die agenejy for the MeLeod Machine, which can be seen in operation at has fann. This ma chine is simple in construction and requires no expert to fe stal! H. PROPER TREATMENT For a loss time Miss Uria BkeKon, ChMchvllle, N. T-, wea billons said had sick headache and dl**y ape Ha Chamberlain to Tablets were the osflgr ihgug that gave her pswssnsl reM*t. sale by a Inquire Stock Cattle & I Hereford Bulls Wants Are gover. nor,cm mo to Yankton in June,1861, accompanied by /William Srhaeffer II. S. marshal, and established tihe exeoultlve tiff ice In a log structure on Broadway.opposHte the Ash hrtel This log stni#aiTe thus became the fin* capitol building tf Dakota, In asmuch as the governor began the work of organization in tihat huinbl« structure and made it-his doml •ile, 'fficial and personal, for a mumber of weeks. I Fr«e InapaaSien •f Any Battery at Any Time to locate the' capital, and the organic act gav« no direction as to the «Mt of government fuiUier than to autbo-' rize the legislative assembly to kcat« it. As the legislative as. i sembly was not y«t in exLatence, he governor carried the seat of government with hitn and issued his proclamations and official docu .uenite. from "the town of Yankton." Governor William Jayne was a bcut 36 years of age at'tihe time he was appointed'. He was a physician and bad enjoyed an ex. tensive prartire in Sai|gomon coun. (ty, Illinois, his home being st Sljrimgfield. 'I'hone fear Will trade cattle for horses or Sell on time with approved security Pierre Cattle Company hMk Wm. H. Cowie YOUR To REDEM If not, write me NOW Miller, 80. Dak. What is Chiropractic? (Ki-ro prak-tic) CHIROPRACTIC is a scientific method of removing the cause of disease (acute or chronic) without the aid of drugs, surgery or sppliances. The science of Chirapractic is based For Sale W. F. Troy, Manager MORALE BATTtRV ItMJt. MABf It^s Time toT une Her Up That first morn in tr ,v»u wake up to hoar a robin caroling outside your garage tuakos you think one thing-'Til have to be gcttiBg that car pretty soon!" While that thought is fresh in your mind, get busy. Of course you want your storage battery in bpected—your whole electrical system d«'|M'iid.s upon its healthy condition. And. of course, you want an expert to look at it. That's why we suggest coming to us—tltore's no ques tion of our standing as battrry men who know their bu«iness. When you come in ask for free insertion card. It will keep your battery doing its work all of the time, by correcting faults l»efore thev get too big. Complete stock of new Willard Batteries and Repair Porta. For further particulars write or 'phone, Belding Auto Co. Pierre, So. Dak. Land Going IT? Official Service Station aBA Kor Willard Sattaria* U|*on edge of the brain, spine, spinal chord and nerves emanating therefrom. Pressure on the nerve at the opening where it leaves the spine, will cause disease in that organ or tissue at which the nerve ends The Chiropractor, after locating the place of pressure (by vertebrae imlpation and the tracing of the tender nerve) adjusts, by hand, subluxated (displaced) vertebrae which removes the pressure and enables "Nature" to restore normal conditions—HEALTH. There can be no effect without a moves the cause of disease. If you are sick, no matter what your ailment, acute or chronic, call and see us. We believe we can prove to you the philosophy of our statements. Through investigation much j* bcoughfc to light that would otherwise re main in darkness. Consultation and Spinal Analysis free at our office. J. W. Barkadale, D. C. Mrs. J. W. Barkadale, D. C. Graduates ol Standard School DooraSouth of Poetoffico Philip, Ten Reasons Why You Should Attend ". .Rapid City Business College: We have a personal interest in our students and will gladly do all we can to have you advance rapidly. We teaeh you what la practical, useful and most profitable to keen stong the line of progressive business. We tescb touch typewriting and use only standard machines. Our machines are new and always in good condition. But tew squal. and noes easel. In our method of presenting shorttiand. Onlr standard systems ass tauarlit. Yes can enter at any time without ditrinent to yourself or inconveni to na—the instruction la individual help. mmss sss slsna, wsll lighted sad comfortably arranged, iss isptftir ss yssr shinty snd application to study permit. 0 thp she**, ss tseflh penmanship, spelling, rapla calcula law. dvil service work, and all pre- ssaae. Cbiroweetic re* i i a correct knowl 5. D.