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r"\ & s I f-'v #1 tewi t* .#•.* V 1 v\ tarx- i'S-i 1 A W L» & v li V K lV: ik". iV. v'- 1,'. was Crippled, could hardly walk and had to Crawl down ttaire at tines «n my hands and knees. My doctor told me I had an acute attack of inflammatory rhcwwiattsw. 1 wu in the hospital far weeks, but was scarcely able to waHt when 1 left it. 1 read about Dr. Mikes' NerruM bought a bottle and began to get better from the start, and for the fast six months I have had scarcely amy pain and am able to walk as well as ever." J.H. SAWDERS, P. O. box 5, Hockaway, N. J. Few medicines are of any benefit far rheumatism, but Mr. Sanders teOs plainly what Dr. Miles' Re storative Nervine did for it. One •once of salicylate of soda added to one bottle of Nervine makes an ex cellent remedy for rheumatism, which is now known to be a nerv ous disease and therefore subject to tbc influence of a medicine that acts thpough the nerves, as does Dr. Mikes' Nervine Sufferers from rheumatism seldom Is9 to find relief in the use of Dr. Miles' Nervine, with salicylate of soda. Sold under a guarantee that assures fee return of tfcerioe of the first boMle If K falls to benefit. At all Druggists. Mil* NODICAL CO* SMdiart, lad. J. INCE Physician & Surgeon Graduate of Bellevue Hospital Medical College, NVw York City. Office on North Center St. I Phone*: WA .UeHidence 588 PHILIP, SOUTH DAKOTA S* M. KYDE, Physician 6t Surgeon Diseases of the Rye, Ear, Nose and Throat a Hpecla.' OAoe and Residence. N. Cea Ave. Phone 30 Fred G. Schlottman Plaster and Mason Work Cament Sidawalks Leave Orders at News Office OVER 06 YCAM' EXPERIENCE PATENTS Distant COTVRMNTS Ac. Anyone .ending a iktUk and 1—Iptloaaay antokly ascertain our opinion frea whether aa Invention la probably patMtabl&^Coaiaranlea. "on* utrlotly oonfld.ntUl. Mil™ mt free. Oldest aftenojr for i Patents taken tbroacb Hi tftckU ftotto, without fe.4L on St. lathe T90HTV A bandaomely Illustrated weakly. 14 ralaUon of any •elanttfle Journal. rear T_foarmontha.fi. BOM by all Stllmd—y, 5* Bt. WaabtBcfoo, brailIIMWISH^ ZMW THE RIYERYIEW. If you want a neat, clean place to stop when in Pierre, go to the jJ' ttiverview Hotel. Maintains the highest grade of service. F. L. FULLER. v MGR. O A N Land AUopney. Practice before Land Office. IERRE. So. DAK. Dr. R. B. Driver Dantlst Ffcontt-BoslAenoe 4-A. 0®cs S7*'' James A. Quigg -.v.-J 5 %$» S* :-v' AH land office bniipen given prompt attention So. Dak w Reel Estate Transfers United States to John W Hensley Joe Yasser Belle Peters Albert O Anderson Victor Larson Patrick McKinnsf Ludvig O Fluxrud JohnC Weidemanfl George W Cole Curtis Peck Martin Peck Orion W K Benson Kathryn De Gunther David W McLaughlin Owen Owens Peter Carlson Mason 8 Bottsford Nels Jorgenson Charles Marsh Cornelia E Marvin Arilla A Lammon Charlie Boll John Anton Ottino Henry Simon Arie Haasakker Harry Peterson George A Geooway Louis A Johnson Roy Hoagland Agnes Anderson James Crews Lincoln Keith Henry Simon Fred Zellmer to Leonard Kendall wd sw 34 5n 30e $1. Charles Bracken & wf to Goff wd w se 8 w 17 Is 19e Hi. Anna Nordvaid A hus to Wm A Alleman wd nw se w ne ne 22 8n '24e $1. Orton Nordvaid & wf to Wm Alleman wd nw 22 8n 24e $1. Ludvig O Fluxrud to same wd e se sw se se sw 15 8n 24e $1. Mort W Dunning A wf to Gay lord Sumner wd It 3 blk 101 Ft Pierre $1. Lawrence Daley to Citizens State Bank wd se 30 8n 2fte $699. Horace fi VanOrmer to Anna Van Ormer sw se 24 w ne se nw 25 Is 24e $1. Laura iJ DeMaranville & hus to David Wilson wd n sw se sw nw se321n22e*l. 4 Robert Thompson & wf to Brader A Earl Brader wd se 4 Its Is s ne 4 Is 20e 15600. Einer Johnson & wf A Remen & wf to Eld ward Olsen wd Its 1-2 e nw 31 In 24e $2500. Anton Helms to Dick A Van Donsellar wd se 7 2s 21e $1. Nathaniel Stevenson A wf to Laura May Peck ham prt ne 82 2s 22e $50. Charles Carrell to N Nuna raaker wd iint sw 6 2n 31e 11250. Henry Fjelstul to John S Nitteburg wd Its 3 4 s nw 5 3n 22e •1. Patrick McKinney to A Meroer wd w ne ne ne 85 2n 25e $1. John W Cutler to W Free man wd Its 1 2 3 4sec 33 llOn 79w $1. Herbert Wallace McManus to Mrs. Louisa McManus wd Its 5 6 7 s ft It 8 blk 29 Ft Pierre $1. Dick A VanBonselaar to Her man Scholz wd se 7 2s 21e $1. Bret A Douglas A wf to Lydia Johnson wd Its 6 7 blk 27 Ft Pierre $1800. Albert Sandoaky to W O Hat ten wd e ne 28 In 25e $1. Joe Chamie to Henry Avery wd e nw aw nw 96 In 22e $2000. Letha E Clark A hus to Will Waipole A A Bennett wd It 6 blk 3 Ruaaella add Philip $1. Jaaaa Johnaon A wf to George V Jonaa wd nw 10 3a Ida $8500. N Freiberg A wf to Anna Denton wd aa aw 18 e nw aw nw 18 7n 27e $8400. Alice Plnmer to Jaaaa A wd nw aw aw nw 87a ne 88 7n $1000. JamaePGrawi* wf to John lallal wd nw 8$ to 88e $1800. A, wf In Wkmmmtmmm la 8§a ii itomr* wf toi wd urn 14 to Frisby A wf to W Fallett wd se 6 2n 20e $1. Lydia E Isgrig to Edward Phares wd o ne se ne ne se 30 5n 31e $1. Oryille Webb & wf to Robert A Sawyer wd ne 25 2s 20e $2999. Theodore A Brunner to James Sigrist wd ne 9 4s 18e $1300. In a baseball game between the y\ heeling and South Bend teams the other day a bulldog got pos session of the ball after it had been hit by one of the Wheeling players and refused to give it up until the batter had taken an extra base, thus causing the defeat of the South Bend team. The curious thing about it was that the bulldog lived at South Bend. Is there no local pride in a bulldog? Philip has a mate to that bulldog, and during the Sunday game at the fair grounds he caught the ball and carried it to his master. Boscoe is his name, and he is an expert catcher. Warrant Call Stanley county general fund warrants are called for payment up to and including Register num ber £282 except 8108-8174-8234. Enoch McKay, Treasurer, Stanley County- The Advertised Article JssmIBWU Ifciisnlf has else hi mil Yoaaioaafela •srehants la this goods an .sfeopsrora, Notices tor Publication Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Pierre, S. D., May 3.1811. Notice Is hereby fftven that Ole Nelson, of Elhon. S. D.. who, on April 9, 1906, made H. E. No. 042\\ Serial No. 06176, for 8EH. Section 30, Township 4N, Range 21E, B. H. Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make final Are year proof, to establish claim to the land above descrltied. before JAMES A. QUIGG, U. 8. Commissioner, at Philip, 8. [., on the 17th day of June, 1911. Claimant names as witnesses: OMnder Ohris tensen, Jim Alberetaen, E. H. Noack, and Ole Otterneae, all of Elbon, S. D. 10-14 John L. Lockhart, Register, Department of the Interior, U. 8. Land Office at Pierre, 8. D., April 7, 1911. Notice Is hereby given that Mack Davidson, of Philip, S. D., who, on February 7,1910, made H. E. No. 010066, for SEM. Section 23, Township 2N. Range 21E. B. H. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make final commutation proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before JAMES A. QUIGG, U. S.Commissioner, at Philip, 8. D., on the 20th day of May 1911. Claimant names as witnesses: Henry W. Anderson, and Walter Antes, of Powell. S. D.. Charles J. Peterson, and j. J. Berry, of Philip, S. D. John L. Lockhart, 6-10 Register. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Chamberlain, 8. D., April 8,1911. Notice Is hereby given that Orin E. Walker, of Philip, 8. D., who, on April 26, 1906, made H. E. No. 11037. Serial No. 03718, for Ntt SE* & EH SW*. Section 30, Township IS, Range 21E, B. H. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make final five year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before JAME8 A. QUIGG, U.S. Commissioner, at his office In Philip, S. D., on May 16,1911. Claimant names aa witnesses: Matthew Brown, of Kadol|S, 8. D., William P. Woods, John H. Wrajr and Milton Young, of Philip, 8. D. 6-10 W.Hall Irons, Register. bepartment of the Interior, U. 8. Land Office at Chamberlain, S. p., April 8.1911. Notice is hereby given that Frank Ondra, of Philip, 8. D., who, on March 7. 1906, made H. E. No. 10198, Serial Na 08606, tor Lots 1,2 & EM NWM, Section 30. Township IN, Range 21E.B. H. Meridian, haa filed notice of Intention to make final In year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before JAMES A. QUIGG, U. 8. OommlaalOMr, at his offloe In Philip, S. D., on May 16,1011. Claimant names aa witnesses: John Peahek. Charles Wooldridge, Katie C. Kurth and Vec tor Houfek, all of Philip, 8. D. 6-10 W. Hall Irons, Register. Department of the Interior, U. 8. Land Office at Chamberlain. 8. D., April 8,1911. Notice Is hereby given that Earl J. nurkee, at Philip, 8. a, who. ob September 19,1906, H. E, Ku. laaei. Serial Ma 00807, for M, Section I, Townahip la. Range ate, B, H. has filed nottoseC Intention to make oommutatloB proof, to establish claim to the land abers described, hefors JAMB •. QUIGG. U. 8. Ooeunlaskmsr. hie areata Philip, S. t».. OsMitSSMBtof w 4n UM i ili i n i '••••ii Coffees Shenkberg Three Star 25c Chase and Sanborns Circle Blend, 25c Chase and Sanborns Sultana 30c Chase and Sanborns Regal 35c Comrads Famous Vim. 25c Barrington Hall, special one week only..35c Blue Flame, pail coffee. $1«00 Specials Griggs Coopers No. 57 25c Griggs Coopers No. 58 22c Raisins 3 lbs. for 25c Dried Peaches, large and fresh, per lb. 10 and 12-1-2e Apricots per lb 15c Pears, Nectarines and Sultanas, 2 lbs 25c Prunes per lb 15c Dutch Cleanser, 2-10c cans 15c Cocoanut, 2-10c pkgs 15c Gloss Starch, 4 pkgs... 25c M. E. Church Services Sunday* Class Meeting 10:00 a. m. Preaching 10:30 a. m. Sunday School 11:45 a. m. Junior League $:00 p. m. Epworth League 6:45 p. m. Preaching following league ser vice. Midweek Service Prayer meeting Thursday 7:30 p. m. Everybody welcome and invited to attend. C. H. Bryan, Pastor. Voile Lenos and Silver Tissues per yd. 25c. Flaxons, the most popular waist goods, per yd. 18 to 35c at Kumm's. If You Want YOU E S U on May 17, IM1, imant nassas as witnesses: Clauds Ram John B. WeddstL Bemnel T. Buchanan ^sndJnUosP. nssnsbsnr. all oC Philip, 8. D. W. Holt Irons, Bedster. Interior, U. 8. LandOSoe «*0iwi%a.a.Asriiir,tMi. MM** Is iMftfer otvsnthat Paul Gottsksbea. rtlMNfcfcO* cauaotortt.imaMAs iiina cannula mm to tfeo Another Big Week of Specials at Larson's Our specials the past two weeks have brought big crowds to do their trading at this store. We are going to make this store a better trading place for you each week. We intend to reduce the cost of your eating and wearing apparel to the lowest possible figure. If you are not one of our satisfied customers, come in and give us a trial. This week we will give you absolutely free with every $8.00 worth of business, whether cash, credit or produce, a one pound package of Regal Blend coffee, the best coffee on the market. s s i i i can get them by ad i vertising in this paper, it reaches the best class of people in this community. Use this paper if yoit wtnt tome of their btsttitaM. LR.au MHM Crown Petticoats Cut on Tailor Made Patterns NO RAW EDGES Black Silk Petticoats, from $3.25 to $6.00 Heatherbloom Pet^coats 1.25 to $1.50 Satteen Petticoats $1.00 Giatfluua Pottico&ts, with plenty of cloth 75c and $1.00 Boys' Rompers and Play Suits in all sizes special 45c Boys Fancy Buster Brown Suite $1.25 The Best Line of Boys Blouses, 6 to 16 years, .vou choice 50* Caps and Hats from 50 to $1.20 Special, Red Damask per yd _. 17c Ladies Hdkfs 5-10-15-20 25e Larson DR. H. J. INCE'S aternity Hospital Confinement Cases a Specialty Female patient* only accepted West Pine Street PHILIP, SO. DAK. 73 Saloon Dispensers of the Minneapolis Brewing Co.'a famqos Golden Grain Belt Beer A ine and tempting line of the best and choicest wines, liquors and cigaf*» Railroad Street Philip, S. D. RUSSELL'S BLACKSMITH SHOP SPECIAL PRICES! New Shoes 40c, resetting shoes 20c. Setting four tires, wagon or boggy SL50 We have a carload of blacksmith coal i s Street.