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W. F. Uanley, Senator.
REPUBLICAN VICTORY Entire Republican County Ticket Elected Excepting Register of Deeds. Majorities From Five Hundred Down. The People Em s' pliatically Declare 1 hem selves. Tlx* result of the election ill Fall River county was most, decisive and emphatic lor the republican ticket. Every republican candidate whs elect ed ly splendid majorities, excepting A. N. McLennan, candidate for register of deeds, who was defeated by Charley Bot.hain, and Jay Dudley, democratic nominee for clerk ol courts, had no opposition. Politically evei precinct, in the comity went, republican, giving the county for Roosevelt, by about, 500 majoriiy The state icket, has about 300 iji.rit.y. 1'al! Uiver county never before gave suc-l- large republican majorities. It tuts go I ten itself buck to clean sweep ing and does thinus with old-time ef fectiveness, An excellent ticket has been elected, such as we confidently expect will give the couutv a good ad ministration. I'UXTION NOTATIONS. Red Canyon got into the republican column in tiue style. The couuty vote on capital was: Pierre 027, Mitchell 110. We lost our candidate for register of deeds by only '51 majority. A.C. Forney carried every precinct in Fall River couuty excepting Jackson and Cheyenne River. The vote of Minnesota upon govern or is so close that the result is yet un certain. Every precinct in the county gave Roosevelt and the state republican ticket a plurality. Peabody, republican candidate for governor of Colorado, was defeated by a majority of about 5,000 votes. Sand Creek emphasized the 10 to 1 theory in its vote UDon the judgeship —giving 1(5 for Wilson to 1 for McGee. Chairman Lummis has received many words of praise for his good work. He has put in a great deal of time and hard work. The canvassing board finished its work last evening. The national tick et has 777 republican: '248 democratic 40 socialist 21 prohibition. S, E. Wilson made an exceptionally vigorous campaigu for the otlice of circuit judge. If he lias lost it is with the satisfaction that he has made a gallant fight and that his county gave him magnificent majority. Our tabulated statement represents much time aud labor. It is not com plete and there are possibly errors in it, but it is mostly correct. You can figure out the totals this week aud we will try and give them next week. The Edeemont boys did themselves proud on election day. The republi can party has reason to congratulate itself upon having such an energetic lot of successful workers over there. They proved themselves true-blue, loyal hustlers. For proof see the re turns. State Committeeman H. D. Clark, with his duties as chairman of the ju dicial central committee, and beiug a •candidate upon the ticket, had enough to do to swamp most men in a cam paign, but he managed to look after 'the party's interests in fine shape. Sift The Judicial Content. Fall River counto gave S. E. Wilson, the republican candidate for circuit judge, a majority of 234 over Levi McGee. Custer county gave Mr. Wil son a majority, though the exact flg ures cannot be learned before going to press. But the majority will probably not be over 25. Pennington county, true to its past record, went democrat ic and gave Judge McGee a majority of possibly 300, the size of which cannot Ijo learned, but it is probably sufficient, to ele,)t, Judge .McCiee. Forney, Treasurer. Kh'dion ill the llills. Lawrence county gave the republi can ticket about 3000 majority and while some democratic candidates cut that down some the party swept every thing their way. Feuningtou county butchered things somewhat as usnal. They gave Roose velt about 500 majority but cut the county ticket badly in some instances so that the may lose some otyices. They gave Judge McGee possibly 250 major ity. Custer couuty didn't hold straight. They gave Roosevelt about 200 major ity but probably lost half the county ticket. Meade county elected the stiaight republican ticket, excepting possibly sherifF. Butte county elected the straight republican ticket, though Jack Hale, democratic candidate for state senator from Meade and Butte was probably elected. Miunekalita .School. Following is the report of Miune kahta school for the month ending November 1, 1901: Number of days taught 20 Number of pupils enrolled 9 Average attendance 8 17-20 Total days attendance 177 Total days absence 3 Those neither absent nor tardy: Ada Orr, Nettie Orr, LaVenna Stauden, Millie Ex and Henry Schmidt. Ella Kirtlky, Teacher. O. K. 8. Klect Officers, Last Tuesday evening the following were elected officers of Eastern Star: Mrs. L. S. Cull, W. M, Mrs. J. II. Gillespie, A. W. M. F. M. Stewart, W. P. Mrs. J. W. Joyce, Secretary. Mrs. John Van Sit.tert, Treasurer. Miss Lillie Barnes, Conductress. Miss Nellie Landers, Assistant Con ductress. The officers will be installed at the next regular meeting. For Sale or Trade. Some flue carriages, open aud top buggies for sale or will exchange for horses. Some good bargains will be given. Jensen Livery & Stage Co. FRANK DORNAN. of Kd-emont. K. B. JONISS, of Ardmore. «JAS, DORNAN, of Hot Spring. C. W. BEITS, of Smitliw iclc. For Justices of the Peace— 3 S*ublislu'd at The Only Carlsbad of America. BLACK HILLS. HOT Si'RINGS, SOUTH DAKOTA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER II, 1904. VOL. 1?. NO. 29. H. D. Clark, Representative. E. R. Juckett, State's Attorney. J. F. Parks, Auditor. E. T. Clark, Sheriff. The Victorious Candidates. Tho following are elected officials of the county for the ensuiug two years. For State Senator W. F. HANUiY. of Cmler. For Representative— II. I). CLARK. of Hot Sprint, For Sherill*— K. T. CLARK. of Kii^cmoitt. For Treasurer— A. C. FOliNKY, Oclrielif. For Auditor- 1. F. l'AUKS. of Ilot Springs. For States' Attorney— Elm K. -Jt'CKKTT, of Hot Sunups. For Kejri.stpr of Deeds C. II. HOTITA.M, of fcfprin^. For Clerk of Courts Fl'LTOX .J. IHULLY. or Ilot Spriifrs. For Jtuijri'of Probata— C. 10. -JUNKS, uf Hot Spriny For Assessor CI IAS. I'KTRO, »f A rd more For Coroner— C. K. CKAMKK. of Hot Spriir_'s.' For Superintendent of Schools .MISS MAY IUC1I. ot Lithiu. For Surveyor-- A. 11. I'TTKK, of Kd^eniont. For County Commissioners— D. G. (Mil I'PKN. for Seroi:d District. For Constables— C. F. LONG, of Oelrichv. .1. WALLACE, of Aidniore. II. 1H I'UHTON. of Cascade. C. W. HALLS, of Cheyenne River. ^1? A. 11. Utter. Surveyor. Lovlliliis For Trouble. Senator lianev is confident that the people will be so much disgusted with Roosevelt that they will be ready to elect a Democrat in 100S. Maybe, may be. The Republicans are not looking so far ahead for trouble.—Philadelphia Inquirer. •r:,' -i:5Tho Ancient Candidate. David I! llili says he is too old for politics, yet he thinks Gassaway Pavls Is not too old. and Gassaway was voter before David was born. Jersey City Journal. The Struggle Ended. "Poor old Versely died last night." '•Indeed?" "Yes he turned over and died with out struggle." '"Well, he died easier than he lived, then."—New Orleans Picayune. ,, _______ Turned Down. "Pardon me," said the masher, "but you look like a young lady I know." "Pardon me," Interrupted Miss Bright, "but you Io*jk like a man I don't know."—Exchange.'• SOUTH DAKOTA IS TRUE Gives Republican Ticket 40,000 Majority, and Pierre for Capital About 15,000 Majority. The state of South Dakota has joined the procession of states in giving un expected majorities for Roosevelt and Fairbanks, having carried the state by about 40,000 majority. The state ticket is elected by slightly smaller plur alities. In the capital contest Pierre won by about 15,000 majority, Mitchell having already conceded it congratulated Pierre, declaring that Pierre was en titled to the capital for all time. I). G. Gripperi, Commissioner. CANDIDATES Republican Democratic Prohibition Socialist *. For Governor— Elrod. Rep Crill, Dem For Congress— Burke, Rep Martin, Rep Lynch, Dem Stuart, Dem For Circuit Judge— Wilson, Rep McGee, Dem For State Senator— llanley, Rep Stenger, Dem For Representative— Clirk, Rep Highley, Dera For Treasurer— Forney, Rep Craven, Dem For Sheriff— Clark, Rep Maity For Auditor— Parks, Rep Dings, Dem...: State's Attorney— Juckett, Rep Eastman, Dem .Register of Deeds— McLennan Rep Botham, Dem County Jndge— Jones Keliar Clerk of Court— Dudley, Dem Coroner re Cramer, Rep Joyce, Dem i: County Commissioner— Grippeu, Rep Kirtley, Dem Sharp, Soc Assessor— Petro, Rep Cox, Dem County Supt.— Rich, Rep Duke, Dem Pejmauent Capital— Pierre Mitchell Bonds, yes Bonds, no National Adminis at on Overwhelmingly Indorsed By the People. Republicans Will Have 325 or More Electoral Votes, all the So-Called Doubtful States Being Republican. It was not long after the polls closed Tuesday before the clicking telegraph instruments gave evidence that the country had declared for Roosevelt aud Parker by overwhelming majorities, and before midnight Parker had tele graphed his congratulations to Roose velt. Congress is also largely republican. The following pluralities for Roose velt are indicated by the latest returns: Colorado, 20,000 California, 50,000: Connecticut, 38,000 Delaware, 5,000 Idaho, 25 Illinois, 225,000 Indiana. GO 0)0 Iowa, 140,000 Kansas, 100,000: Maine, 37,000 Maryland 1,000 Massa chusetts, SO,000 Michigan, 112,000 Minnesota, 100,000 Montana, 7,000 New Jersey, GO,000 Nebraska, 10,000 New Hampshire, 20,000 New York, 1S5- UK0FFIG1AI© RETURNS NOVEMBER, 1904 Hot Springs Ed ge mont 132 32 11 11 111 44 105 65 95 58 119 56 99 52 114 65 101 61 108 73 83 77 103 77 76 123 58 106 57 106 73 75 88 84 95 68 92 112 62 86 66 118 58 113 50 146 28 6 6 149 17 I 37 36 17 46 127 127 110 110 37 37 117 69 102 61 .*&&&•*.. G. E. Jones, Probate Judge. ROOSEVELT LANDSLIDE 000 North Dakota, 25,000 Ohio, 200, 000 Oregon, 40 Pennsylvania 400,000 Rhode Island, 16.000 South Dakota, 40,000 Utah, 10,000 Vermont, 30,000 West Virginia, 10,000 Wisconsin, 60, 000 Wyoming, 10,000. Mieep For feal*. Sheep of all ages and sex. from lambs up, in large or small quantities, for sale by, N. S. Tubbs Sheep Co. 16 Edgemont, S. D. "WE WILL BOND YOU." Write 'f• P. llymer & Co., D^adwood. for Ponds. Don't ask your friends to sijrn your bonds. Our rates are very low—no necurity asked. We do the rarest collection business in the ptme. Claims collected everywhere. L'rompt remittance. Corre^norip^nce solicited* Poll) 'Phones. J. P. 1.IYMKR CO, Dead wood, S. D» 10 22 23 11 14 21 23 13 12 22 22 11 14 17 28 10 15 20: 25 13 11 14 221 18 23! 22 14 11 23* 29 221 12 AS 15 18! 17 261 23 10 15 11 13 33 19 as 74 8 1 7 14 37 42