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TERMS: Jud Pepper, Auct'r Ira J. Welch, Clerk As We Appear to Others Chinese nobleman, who had traveled in the United States, wrote home the following observation on us Americans: "You cannot civilize these Americans. They are beyond re demption. They will go weeks and months without rice, but they eat ilesh of bullocks and sheep in enormous quanities. That is why they smell so badly they smell like sheep themselves. Every day they take a bath to rid themselves of their disagreeable odors, but they do not succeed. Nor do they eat their meat cooked in small pieces. It is carried into the room in large chunks, often half raw, and then they eat and slash and tear it apart. They eat with knives and prongs it makes a civilized being perfectly nervous. One himself in the presence of •word swallow©*** They have no I I will offer the following property at Public Auction at the old Jud Robinson Ranch, twelve miles north of Philip, on TUESDAY, MARCH 21st, 1911 Sale Will Begin at 10 O'clock Free Lunch at 11 O'clock Live Stock One team of sorrel geldings, nine years old, weight 2500, unblemished and in every way prime one team of bright bay drivers, one a mare ten years old, the other a gelding eight years old, quick and very gentle One match team of dark brown mules, full brother and sister, coming two and three years old, good size and gentle one large black mare mule, coming 3 years old one team 3 year old geldings, black and bay, weight about 2100 one 2-year old gray gelding, weight 900 one 6-year old pony mare. One pure bred Jersey cow, 9 years old one Durham milch cow, 10 years old one Duroc sow Five dozen chickens, rose comb Brown Leghorns and Barred Rocks. Farm Machinery, Household Goods, Etc. American tongueless disc, new 14-in stubble plow, light I buggy, 3-in wagon, Detroit American manure spreader, large sense of dignity, for they may be found walking with women. They even sit down at the same table and the latter are served first. Yet the women are to be pitied, too. On festive occasions which the Americans call balls, the.v are dragged around the room to the most hellish movement." Must Pay With Cash Only Only money, and not advertis ing, can be accepted by interstate railroads on payments for trans portrtion, according to an inter pretation announced the other day by the United States Supreme court of the Hepburne rate law of 1906. The decision involved a large number of contracts between the Chicago, Indianapolis and Louis ville railway company and various publishers. The contract between the so-called ''Monoroute" and the Frank A. Mansey company gave capacity 2 double sets work harness, 4 pumps, garden cul- i: tivator, corn sheller, 2 stoves, kitchen range, nearly new organ, roll top desk, large ice chest, bedsteads, extension ji table, cupboards, dressers and numerous other articles, Sums of $10 or under, cash over $10, time will be given on approved security at 10 per cent interest until October 1,1911. 2 per cent off for cash on sums over $10. T.J. Robinson, Owner rise to the principle case By the terms of the contract the "Monon route" was to get one page of ad vertising in Munsey's magazine in exchange for $500 worth of trans portation The government asserted this was in violation of the Hepburn rate law enacted in 1906, and ask ed the court to enjoin the railroad from issuing transportation. It contended that if advertising could be accepted railroads could also ac cent coal, or iron, or wood, or oil, or anything else in payment for transportation, thus opening the door to wholespme discriminations among shippers. The railroad argued that, as the substitute for money there is equivalent in value to money there is not a "'different" compensation under the law. The district of Illinois granted the relief asked by the government. ij The supreme court affirmed this decision. The court also decided that in* terstate railroads cannot issue passes for interstate transporta tion, even if they had contracts to do so before the passage of the Hepburn rate. Lease at Common School Lands Notice is hereby given that on March 27th, 1911, all of the un Ieased common school land in Stanley county will be offered for lease at public auction between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 5 o'clock p. m. at the front door of the court house in said county. Dated at Pierre, January 23rd 1911. F. F. Brinker, Commissioner of School and Public Lands. 47-3 FOR SALE OR TRADE—160 acres of land near Marietta. Will trade for horses and cattle. H. W. Edwards. 47tf Real Estate Transfers United States to Andrew Running Theodore Anderson Joseph Danzfr Frederick Hansen Ira Jones Andrew Mortenson Fred Barrows Elmer E Crisp Philip A Ellison Anna Sk ocli Mary K Giddings Ella Ciiddings James 1) HoUet Lewis E Botts Claude Erving John A Krick (ieorge A Fatagher Harlow II Saw in Lars Christenson Elijah Justice Ludwig N Anderson Alvuh E Miller Elias Briggs Mai •ie Merrigan George Sharover John S estbrook William Keppler Mina McElirttli Ed Lyle Frank Witschent James Barton Hal pit II Nash Philip Pickering Harold N Opdahl .lames (i Bra/ell Aurelia .1 (tto Hans Safl'el Emma Stone Sophia Walker Theodore Tennis George Bauinl George Wiseman Orville II Hampton Ernest \V II oilman Summer Ladd Squires Frank Smith Edward Gray Karen Jungersen Maimer Christiansen Hansen John E Elrod & wf to Wm Elrod wd se 32 In 24e $1. Fred Nickel I to A Kict shaefer wd se 32 In 25e $1600. Thomas Stanton & wf to S A Witherspoon wd sw nw 23 sne nw se 24 20e $1. Albert A Gardner to Ida A Sharon wd It 11 blk 5 Kadoka $1. Philip A Ellison to Chauncey Mahutga wd e nw sw ne ne sw 9 l9n 77w $1800. Ernmert N Anderson to Chancey Mahutga wd ne se w se se sw 9 109n 77n $2400. A Zorba & wf to Orin S Winter wd se 52 Is 21e $1. John Bierwagen & wf to Fred rich VV'ni John Bierwagen wd ne ne 35 7n 21e **0o. •fames Hodgson & wf to El mer Hodgson wd ne ne 14 Is 22e SI 20. Eugene 1) Aldrich vV: wf to Oscar Bierwagen wd It $1. k l|k 2 (Jem add Philip $05. Albert S White & wf to Wilber W Swett wd It 16 blk 2 Interior Robert A Card to A Brink wd w sw 23 5n 24e $1. Robert Brown & wf to John Hasselfelt wd ne se 22 se 22 In 20e Si. Ella Brown A hus to John Has selfelt »vd e nw se ne 22 sw nw 23 i $1, John Heath & wf to Sampson se 20 Is 25n $2000. Orin S Winter & wf to Andrew Neish wd n 1 Is 22 e $6400. Ben Fidler As wf & (ieorge Reiser to U S Live Stock Co wd sw 29 3n 31 e $1. Francis Zeal & wf to E Craft wd se 24 2s 20e $4500. Ole S Olson & wf to A Con verse wd nw 17 Is 18e $3000. Richard A Bielski & wf to Dan iel Haas wd sw 1 In 20e $5000. August Henze to O A Ontjes wd ne 18 4n 24e $1600. Alfred Nichols & wf to Bernard A Casey wd se 20 5n 26e $1800. Andrew Wray & wf to Rhoads wd part aw sw 13 1 n 20e $1. John Riley to McDonough wd sw 2 2n 2 e *3100. Richard Y VanSickle A wf to Arthur Young wd se 13 5n 28e $1. Pinker ton to O Stephens wd It 9 blk 5 Belvidere $650. I Orin S Winter & wf to Waddell wd 390 ft It 1 all It 2 3 A n 630 ft Its 4 & 5 blk 4 Russells add Philip Si200. Frederick Zimmerman A wf to Henr.v Strauch wd nw 2 4ft 18© $1000. Lars Noland to Bernhard Wolff wd se 33 In 19eSl. Henry Strauch to W E Van Dernark wd nw 2 4s I8e $1000. Alf red Nichols fe wf to Berntfd A Casey wd se 20 5n 26e $1800. Adolph Krambeck to Christ Her bolsheimer wd ne 34 Is 18e $3360. Charles \Y Davis & wf to W lvuehl wd w sw ne sw nw se 8 In l!3e *3000. Thomas Fry wf to Will Walpole wd It 1 se ne se 4 2n 20e $1. Orin S Winter A wf to Andrew i,1 Wray wd ne 31 5n 21 e Si. I Andrew Wray & wf to A Zor bawd Its 3 4 e sw 1 9 2n 22e $2300. Fred Stewart vV wf to Harry lleeb wd so i 21 3n 23e S4800. I Charles E Cokley to Annie Han rahan wd ne 27 6n 29e *2500. Ella Brown A hus to John II Hasselfeldt wd e ne of ne se ne 22 isw nw 23 se nw 23 In 22e $1. Ralph Jennings & wf to Ber nard uske wd sw l.'i n nw 22 3n !20e I. Robert Brown A wf to John II Hasselfeldt wd part sec 22 In 20e S. .lames A Springer & wf to Paul E Bellamy wd ne 17 6n 20e $2475. Milwaukee Land Co to Myrtle |E Six wd It 10 blk 1 Interior $60. An Ideal Sunday Newspaper Recent issues of the Sunday Record Herald remind one that Chicago may fairly lay claim to producing the best newspapers in the world, not excepting those of New York. The Sunday Record Herald, in foreign news alone, has its own special cable service in ad dition to those of the New York Herald, World, Journal of Com merce and Associated Press. This is a fair example of the complete ness of the paper in every depart ment. Aside from the regular news features, there is something in The Sunday Record Herald for every member of the family. The special articles by William E. Curtis and Walter Wellman are always inter esting. The sporting section of fers four whole pages of fresh and authentic news in every line of sport. The woman's section is filled with illustrated articles on the latest wrinkles in fashion and domestic science, with Marion Harland as a regular contributor and Dame Curtsey's "Novelties in Entertainment"as a valued feature. The dramatic page, written by James O'Donnell Bennett, is ad mittedly without an equal in the West. The array of splendid special articles by skilled writers, finely illustrated, also is typical of the high literary quality of The Record Herald. In the way of humor there is the comic colored supplement for children, besides Charles I^ederer's cartoons and laughable articles for adults and S. E. Riser's delightful "Alternat ing Currents'" for everybody. But the thing that lifts The Sunday Record Herald most em phatically above all its rivals is its magazine section. There is noth ing else that can touch this in American journalism. The Sun day magazine of The Record Her ald is a real magazine, full of stor ies and articles by the most famous writers of our day, illustrated by celebrated artists. In quality and beauty it compares favorably with the best monthlies. No wonder The Record Herald is regarded as the ideal Sundav newspaper. Local Time Table GOING BAST Arrives Leavii No. 514-T 11:59 p. m. 11:20 p. m. No. 504* 12:02 p. m. 12:22 p. m. No. 42$ 12:25" p. m. 1:10 p. m. gTuesday, Thursday and Saturday. GOING WEST Arrives Leaves No. 503-T 3:56 a. m. 3:56 a. m. No. 501* 3:46 p. m. 4:30 p. m. No. 41 11:40 a. m. 12:60 ih Daily Daily except Sunday. Monday, Wednesday and Friday, No. 503 & 514 Chicago-Dead wood* No. $04 A 501 Mpls-Deadwood.