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Happenings in County awlS'ale .Some items Frank il JIM! are rehashed some ^riven credit where cred it is due, and some are swiped bodily. I usn M-,t" At tlbis irinei'ly s-e re'a'y of wtate, Is now editing a weeklly l-:iper at Hfiwton, I n*a. early date the OMmmwa have decided Mail. psople of to hoM a Fourth of July re'ebratfoB. Pepper, sheriff of Jack«on county, an-M luances in the la*t fissile of the Kadoka Prese, that he wild not be a candidate for re-election The fees de-rfived fnom the office ane so small (that no man. can a.f- fond to devicte his tjme t® tit. f!r»o. 8. Poate, of Ash Creek, pa*s ed through lucre last Friday on hfs way hjome. Mr. Pogte's le-aae on the Pine Rfidge reservation has expired and h« is movling his horses wrth to the Cheyenne river.— Wet a correspondence (jm Ka.d/ »ka Pre®#. s s s T. J. Maupin came down from MoenvdHe Tuesday and left mi t-h-e night passenger for Timber Lake, wh-e-re he contemplates locating. He disposed of all hl:s property at the sale lajst week and is mow look ing: for a new location- with lesase't tiers where he tan engage in the sto^k business on a larger scale.— diaud The ice rush in the Mfcwimmi riv er during the middle of March did 4Mtte a lot of dam-age near Pierre, by ni*U'ing back of the dik«s Msrioci is'n/id, near the railroad brtdig-, causing considerable da.ma4' m|y to the island but will permit the waW to back of he rip rap work which protects the island at a lower point. Joe KaSser of Timber Lakp, k#lle Spread of wings. While working a n eagle which had a seven-foot bout his harm he heard a commot tion In his hog lot, on investiga tion Pound two large eagles ait. temijtlir:fj to carry away a pig. 1£ai«*jr frightened the birds, bu*t they return-ed ftr their prey. He se iliirul a rifle ami shot oue of the Pierre land office re'ord« show that some 13,000 acres of land in^ this !atwl diertaict, ot veTing a la' Me portiicn of 'tiie state, became ta.xabl»i for the frnst tlm-e ^his year throujih tlflle passing from the gov erumcnt to iuidlividuajjs. Haako* county has 6,240 such acres, Jack sou c.utity 4,000, »nd the two very nearly make up Uie entire ac. i*e. s s Will A-lll-enian, rif KHrl-ey, is over $100 ahead for one day's work, itt which hie dug out a wolves, and got the mother andi seven puipe. The stoiifcmen's as. ociafjun pays him $100 as ths be unity for helping rid the ranige of grey wolves, and he gets the sUute bounity in addition, which will nmowrt to several dollars. •m A farmers' meeting with Walter Swift HJrd presiding, recently held at the ranch home of Hemry Le Hcau, on the Ch^yenine reserva tion. shows the W 1 rrtison. i On motion the board iMrtructed the co-uaity auditor to pti-ncbase eabi net ft Sujl. of at hools. On motlio-n *he foiLiom H««g Runabout $390 Touring Car $440 Coupelet $590 VOL XI. No. 7 PHILIP, HAAKON COUNTY. 8. D. THURSDAY. APRIL 1.1. 1916. I don at timber progress of the In- di.'ina ri ith of h'*re. Ilcsid-es the •rcn-eral disciifisii'Ti.several of the In. 4iants talked upon farming—Henry ilodgk'S* on lette-r farming, lleniry I.elJeau on soils ami Harry Turtle Necklace on better hoar's, each taking up the features of whi4-h he had imacl-e spoiai study and ef fort. Commissioners* Proceedings I'l llip, S. I). Aj.'irjl 6, ftl 6. flommiissicnieiB met regular fiesb hi ii. at A. M. Presewt E. A. Mo-im1'son Chias. Ii. Haxby Jerry I ail lir.i n. Board -called t© order by Cha r. inan E. A. log k'lle-c-kiS'oiJii, K'Nxerles Mil* were akDowcd: Eduin Dim m«, n&Ubry as Janito* for J*wi-. Pcb. and March $105.0 O. K. Whitney, salary as SrateS atfonney for Jan. Vtb. Mar* h. 174.99 John T. cse-lJ, salary as C\. Treasurer J'an. Feb. an-d Mf 00 I- I'.. Roberts, Salary a« Dep. A n (IK i or Jan, Feb. and March 2oT».00 Rdigar \\ratwoodf Bal-ary «s Deede, for Feb THE UNIVER6AL CAR The Ford Motor Company it one of the largest consumers of steel in the world— 200,000 tons this year. The great volume of production—over 500,000 cars—and the efficient Ford manufacturing organization, brings production and selling costs down to a minimum. That's why Ford buyin get more car for less money. WiMiains groceries John Mi- he la aad Audi tor 0 JIM. Fob. «*d Mar. 25S.00 Jeminiie E. O'Nea/1 salary «s &uil*t. S litoola. Jan. Feb. and March 225.00 Fuil-ia Talledye, Salary aa clerk for Re-gist+ of Deeds ,r8.00 F. M. McCoy, sallairy as Reg. JxcccIb for Jan, Feb and Mam ,, 300.00 Edith P. t*o Clerk for E^ig I)eed» II. L. Bnowiii, 1#.S Salary at Judge ftr Jan. Feb. and March 150.0' E. 9. Coff, salary as clerk for and March 150.00 Town Car $640 Sedan $740 o. b.f Detroit Why pay mortf For sale by IRA J. WELCH I I Philip Weekly Review Carlson Hind tioff, printing aid Supplies 35.tB Nebraska Telephone Oo. fiir halite arid boll service 31.55 iiiL-httr-n, Prinitj'ng -e(dinij.s M. a n A I V E N E W S for MTi. Ainmia Abrahams ai pauper 10.6t \rnia (Jriiampr, Strnio^apher for Stages Mtorney :t «ninths J. I.. St. pryj. and notles anut claimed $67.61 allowed 67.21 I'hi'ip Weekly R^'ew for snipi. plies for Oo. offices anit eikaim. il $n3.8-0 allowed 52.80 It. fur. rtKlied Rcpd Paj-jx pauier I. M. Williams, supplioB for ou-rt house. 1.68 •. A. fvic ifsk'i, for Preniiuan on im» rifiinic e rvitcy 99.00 On ti*in the Pecrsoinal propeRi\y tax of Win. Duke for the year •'f lfilS was alv.ted for he wtaa 'j-set-sed jimd paid tax «i his iKir, 'trial property for that year tnr Z»ieba*h Co. amt ali-ft'ed $90.06 ard intrrtst. On motl' tn' bo.ard adjour»?id «aTll 1:30 M'?oci1t P. M. Oai motion the foil mtoe bli^l vere aili!tow*'d: Preirl 11. Root postage .... $4.00 Franik A. 1 lairt, board of Amos W^Wvnni'ti jwiiuper .... H. J. M-cMahon f-r 0tamf»ed e ni\el*ipes 75.48 G«o. Swi'-n-eliiarit, road wonk f,f# '^red H. ot sheriffs fees and care of pTi»cner Jolm Mi hela and R. R. fane lS7.fr0 i3ec*-nd case of Staite of S. D. ws. Win. Hftdd^ii and .Tcss® Palmer defendanmts. dof-n dandw plead q«ui'ty and wera fined $20.00 fr. S. M, Kyide medical amM. tanice to T.awren« LfW wn», pauper 90.40 C. A. T.ainb, 1 doz. mantles amd |.it l:Mnig jiHiiun«t •I. f). Raiaiey offitfial prlaitjBg Amt. laimed $69.08 allowed 00.86 Edgwr Watwood, Expirrss, pos tajge, and expeoae of trip tio PirrTe aftrndjing Co. Audi tors meetiiing, find box rent 28.66 A. S. Aintcj-ersonv Work as Coun ty Examim^r 35.00 Ju»t1rp fees ...» $2.85 Sheriff f«P8 15.00 On motion vfTTcTnl bond of F. W. Cnllioon for fyyurfty r.omwt flbl^s In the an™ of Three ITundired 1300.. 00 was anixmved. On motPon surety bond of#Firgt Natiitomal Panic 5nm nf Midland 1n the of $6000.00 as County De pository was approved. On motFon application o# M*is Armia Abrahamson for support as pauper was granted utijiil Jun« 1»t, 1916. On motion petition of .T. W. Dan telwin and others was granted for a bridge across Ruffard ereok wh#»re f»"c. l.jme between sec. 7 and 8 T. 2N. 22e eroseea the creek. Om motion an abatement order •12..10 was gmanted Mrs. R. O. Rolfs on, road and school poll, 1908 tax as a road and school poll tax cannot be aaaessed agaAiu«t a w (man. On motion board adjourned un •11 9:00 o'eUbok A. M. Apill 5th, 1916. At 9:00 o'olotk A. M. April 5, 1016 board met as per adjourn ment. All members present. On motion- an abatement granlted W. S. fihoun for $7.08, 1 ft 15itax on account of am err ne»u« n«sessiment for buiMtnin on Lots 2- '•',.4 see 31 6.23E there being no buildings on tills land at time of assessment. On motion an abate man* order was granted John T. Porsell of $3.00 for road and school poll aa. sessed In CSity of Phillip 1915 tax, erroneous on account of double as setsiment he being asseesedi for aane In Fenguaon Township. On motion, an abatement ordr was granted Blnrin Neahelm Cor $3.00 ft)r road and srhool poll as he wm sssfssd Dor same In orandfis^i and Hanover Towa Hhiips, 1916 tm. On motion aa abatement order was itmM KavAond Kllkaa I* $3.00 «r 1915 tax he being under 21 years old at time of assessment, On motion an abatement order was granted Paul Cottsleben for $3.00 1915 taor rand and School poll he being a aitlzon of Canada at the time of assessment. On was granted Prank Peshek for $2.r0 1911 tax for road -gi 4 County Auditor. (Coutiuued next wc«'l.) CITY KlitttTlOX T1I»I)AV The unmnial ci»y «leirflion will be held aeixt Tu^sdiay, the polling pln-e being at the tity hall. The talk ahout the stT-e-its bJiow* a sircar «imi inn* of interes-l on the i»u-i of the local voters, Hie saloon being the preclomina-'ing in^ n»Mts are on for the offices mayor and aldermen. The fol. lowing inominatiL ns have b«on filed w-i-th itihe dty jiuditor: For mayor—H. 36.20 Griffin Builds at Cherokee. We are in ree-ipt of a copy of, the Cherokeie (Iowa) n he was under 21 years age at time as-seNsnient. On motion a i-'tilIwe, cdnu aHon and 50 H. R. I.ov.Vd printing pixcecd. bn^B i.mid n-otii es 65.55 •fentiie E. O'Neal, traveling ex pense whf v'siting a-ho-,1B 62.19 -'evei in a-rd Wheeler for 1 wren* and 23 ballot boxe» 73.90 O. K. Wliiitmey, expenses on trip to Frrt Hfrire in case of of refund order was granted Harold R..T-obuson for$4.27 or 1914 tax as thiis 'ax was c*»li. c'Ctetd hy both the Sher-ilf anJ Co. treasurer. On motion the foil! wing rcsolu oi.is were adopted: JUfct»]|lt|«R|| lie it sohed by tihe Boai'd if Coujiity (»mmie«ioner« of Haakon cMi-n-ty that ttlie mum of 200.00 be •*pi^ropniated from the Couw'y (Jeiieral fmnd Co be us^d by the Comity Super-intcluient for the •u"po#e of coiwlmitiiiiig contests in me ec- 'UK.iii'ic s, anio-ng the ivupii's of the public »c hoo!s of KaJbkiHi County lor the year 1916. Date tl.l« fi'tifi day of April, 1916 Hoard of County Commissi -ners By H. A. MorriHon, ChafirniaTi. AtiU!sl: Edfcar Watwood, Ten Years Ago At Philip w motion an abatement order i From the Bad River News Files of April 12, 190l. I and School poll in duty of PhlUp, ha not be nr 21 years or age at time of a«- *ef»(?meti't. On motion an abafenmcnt orde^ •vas itTaimt^d Hiarlc y S. Herry i 'is 12 tax. road arud s-'h,» oi poll, erroneous be-ause Tom .Jones and F. E Curi-tiRtoin W J1 bt' th-e aHsetieoi's 1-u-l' ttMls pa^t -f the counity. The past week hrw witnessed ft very lrrge n-uimber of homestead, e-r* an-!viiig in our vKlulty to erect tli'Ur houses and tt«Kt oUier lm prov^tiients. The il'ttilo five year o!d son of one of the Ooodiri« ha, at Re*iiuse, died Sain relay nflv,niocii of lung fever. The boc'y was laid to rest in the 'V- lOif ccnie'ery ut Uoster A. Kummi, R. B. Driver. For alderman 1st ward—H. L. Crown, M. B. Phi 1!J|«, E. P. W*l. d-en. For alderman 2nd ward- C. M. I'cir*e, T. J. M«Ouire. Por aldertnan 3rd ward—T. J. Kobimsr n, C. M. Sagener. Fo-r treasurer—J, C. Sever!a. No fillinuB were made for ji*a. tj« cs of «l e peace. A-nother matter that lis pu»t up to -the vot'«T« lor thei-r dec-is on .s Ithat of making a levy of $tr»0, fc-r the puirjose of paying for musical cO'incetHs for the publi*- duir. nr the Biimm-er. Phi!Up has ha.d a lend diurini? aid of l's life as a orj or addon, but except by popular iil«Kifjxtion itlieir^' was tti means rovid-ed for jtaying for open ajr on«»rle. The lassit legislature pro. ided the mothtfd which has l»o^n adopted loalBy, and if Mie vrotcms l^cjde In favor of the apipropria. tioai, lit will- be posaibl-e t- have om eiite as soca tfes fund fi« vai labile. IMililip. DIM ...will scon be ffylng on the ii' oad grade ait. Philip. The Northwr-flUm rsdlwiad grade wild cross Had river tltfrt^.six times. Harry Stener arrived Saturday from F^it Pierre, with a load of I'nl'gH. Now'ln end OriiiidwToitie ar« each n have n-ewispaper in the near fnre, immndi^ to reports. 'I hese fine day« A. Titn^-s the state,'' and two ness Arms. o«th*r of the fi'"m of and Wlii-takcr, grading con- ractors for t.he Norl hwea'teni, was here Monday, U okliig over the HHW++H+4+++++«4'++Ht DoJYour Building Now! C. oil- taicdnig a newis dtem of i«terc»st V uaiwy peKq»le her.1 who remember i W. R. Ortffiin.who fl a* severalyi a s' a as a Phi'liip reS'd-enit. Mr. G-rlff '-n i .as jfugt erected and o«5iij)led a ,tw budWdng fin Cherokee, wheri .e is engaged in the meat busi thai calls out a splendid writ up in the Times Th-e bl»( k 'as thiree ro'Ois on the first floor,! occupied by Mr. G-iiflSin's market, •vhlh the j»aper gas "can not be surpassed by any La thjs iar' of busi The s eond floor is i livided into apartments furnish., ni« accomodations for two ami-Kes. The Tim's says "W"th e completion of this buiidifv^ comes the fiinisbiDe: of anoither i.ew business of whlch Chero. e Is and may be proud." Ths many friends of Mr. MM* Mm Oiiffin in Phtldp are glad to thiX they ars prospetln*. A daane strictly for married I oiks win be given on Monday April S4th, at the opera bouse. Of course, tb1« will be s o a s U a i s OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER It Will Never Cost You Less Art' you unintrto luiild a house, a liarri. a foiiet, or iinytliini at any tims in tlu near future? Take our advice and l) IT NOW. Lumber ami other expetihe.s will never We lower than the.v are now, and you can put up your new building cheai^er today Uuirt you can next jear, or the following one, or PHILIP, S. D. taimm c,-r rMf STATE. SOUTA DAKOTA Firm Foundation! Ask any builder 'nile strfip of rl«ht of way from the west edg^ of Dr. Wye/koffs pasture "list to Mr McvG^e's rann-h, w-lip hey have ir oi true-tod to grade. Air Whitaker imfanms us Uia-t they wiVl e th.ru with th heavy cu't at Port ITonre in about a week and «i,!l!i pjull from there direct here and begin work at the east -end of this «oaiitaa and work westward iislnig three large elevating graders, for the claims A liarse party of homesteaders cam*? in Saturday and S|read out in diffc r»irt -df-rcKitic&.a to thei-r li'-nic^ttadB. The new drlv^v on the lower •dage failed to fiinid Nowlin and dinove as far w«Slt Ein 1st. hk have Wuilgh't the b«avT forth and they are be M'rninig thci«r woik on the timber Mr. Whiltjiik-r^r, AS Of«)«y'S Saturdlay. A kin^e colony rniu Die Moines, Jowa, have eerttkd in 1 south 21 b. and c4umst«ned ft lies Moines Towltisl ,i-n. famfHes or »ot.tle,rs. p.tSeed ihnough hen- PTjdiay on their wiay 1 -onth 't* lot atie. at Cottonwool. hey c^aime In old style prairie hoem iu, il.'BrmstIriKL- thei-r families n-d personial effec ts, A. C. Oriffiu, »if Pierre, has rented his shack, lli-s first act hfter aiirlval wtss to Plcnat a good- 'Ized Stars and Srri|H»s from a ole near his -home, which has autsed it to fas smsmI MlCf-im" 4 "Vlbt I have buyers for cheap laoid. Quote me yc*ur lowest price. G. M. U v.ini:'8'on"', Plsrre ,S. D. il tf. st any time in the future. See us alout your lumber, lath, shingles, cas ings, cement, lime ami anything else you need. We carry them all io «tock. Kingsbury Lumber Co. i «rb«t is of first in* portance in the construction of a good building, and he will answer promptly: "A good foundation.*1 It's the same wa.v with banking. We feel that the men behind our bank are the strong men of the community, meu of stability ami integrity. The.v are the solid rock upon which rests our bank's reputation. That's why we feel that our bank is justitied in asking for your patronage. We are properly prepared to handle it because we have a solid foundation. First State Bank of PhiHp PHILIP, S. DAK.