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If 4 1 4 m. NEWSY NOTES OF THE WEEK O. E. Sweet spent Tuesday in Wasta. Roy Smith was in Deadwood Tues day. A1 Went/.y, of Scenic, was in this city Sunday. Harry Riley, of Sioux City, was a Sunday visitor. James Nielsen, of Blackhawk, was a visitor Tuesday. J, C. Ilaines was in Deadwood the first of the week. W. M. Cox. made a business trip to Wast a, Saturday. ,J. L. Soule spent Wednesday on the ranch, near Caputa. Atty. Bangs was a business visitor in Sturgis this week. Hans TS'elson. of Box Elder, was in Rapid City, Tuesday. Mrs. I. Shearer is visiting her daughter in Mitchell. Miss Sadie Hippie, of Kadoka. is visiting relatives here. Miss Evelyn Reeves is visiting friends at Farmingdale. C. B. Mechtle was a business caller in Rapid City, Tuesday. James C. Clarke, of Indianapolis, was in this city Tuesday. J. II. Radclilf was in New I'nder wood on business Tuesday. J. II. Rogers, of Murdo, was a vis itor in this city this week. Mrs. W. E. Foil kin, of Ilermosa. spent Tuesday in this city. Vic Martz. of Buffalo Cap, was a visitor in this city, Monday. Miss Mary Kelly, trained nurse, of White Owl, has located here. Miss Madge Keliher spent Sunday with her mother near Conata. Joe Schindler, of Chamberlain, was in Rapid Tuesday on business. Miss May Barlow, of Pierre, is visit ing relatives near Blackhawk. C. W. Blodgett, of Hermosa, was in this city Saturday on business. Allen Cox, of Hermosa. was a busi ness caller at this office Monday. W. A. Taylor and wife are visiting relatives in Grand Rapids, Mich. Dr. R. J. Jackson and wife have re turned from a trip up in the hills. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ellis March, Saturday, August (3th, a daughter. Mrs. Mabel Brown, of Butte, Neb., is rhe guest of Mrs. M. M. Uphani. John Newcomb and wife of Pedro, were in town the first of the week. C. S. Jencks, of Brushi, was trans acting business in this city, Monday. Frank Walsh made a business trip to JN'ew Underwood, Monday evening. H. M. Johnson, of Murdock, 111., is the guest of relatives in this county. udge Exline transacted legal busi ness in Wastathe first of the week. Mrs. John Barker left last Friday morning for a visit at Morristown, S. D. L. L. Farley and F. W. Slocum were in Deadwood the first of the week. Merrell Mays, of Cheyenne, Wyo.. was a visitor here the first of the week. John Langdon and wife of Faith, were the guests of Walter Craig, this week. Geo. Newbery, of Fairpoint, was a business caller here the first of the week. Arthur Mueller, of Mitchell was transacting business in this city Sat urday. R. P. Atwater, of Sturgis, was transacting business in this city Sat urday. A. C. Freeberg spent Sunday in Hot Springs. W. G. Ives and wife, of New Un derwood were visiting in this city Monday. Land Commissioner Johnson of Quinn, was in town last Saturday on business. Wm. Russell, of Sundance, Wyo., was transacting business in this city Tuesday. Miss Esteline Waugh, of Deadwood, j^S?"0s the guest of her aunt, Mrs. David i''?Melaren. ipv* C. B. Jolinson and James "Drysdale ||jf'were in Deadwood the latter part of &Vthe week. Miss Clarice Debours, of Crawford, Neb,, is the guest of friends near town this week. Robert Brownson, of Belle Fourche was the guest of friends the latter part of the week. V. E. Anderson, of Rapid City, was the guest of W. C. May, Thursday Spearflsh Enterprise. Rev. J. W. Taylor who occupiec the M. E. church pulpit Sunday night, left Monday for Philip. Mrs. A, H. Hubbell, of Syracuse IT. Y., is visiting friends here and other points in the Hills. E. H. Rice of the San Diego Crude Oil Cb, of California has been in town the past ten days on business. Alexander McDonald and Arthur Olmer. of Viewfield were in town Saturday transacting business at the offlce' W. McLennon returned from White Owl, Monday. Richard Morris, of Fairburn was in town Monday. Carl Winter is in Minneapelis this week on business. A. M. Linton, of Spring Creek, was a caller Wednesday. Bishop Bush, of Lead, was a visitor in this city, Monday. Newton Gorman, of Fairburn. was in this city Monday. Win. Morris, of lot Springs, spent Sunday in this city. W. II. In.inn, of Deadwood. was in this city Wednesday. Frank Bangs made a business trip to Spearlish, Tuesday. Mrs. C. A. Libby left Saturday for a visit at lenveii, Colo. J. S. Gantz left for Lincoln. Neb.. Sunday evening on business. John Gillberg transacted business in leadwood Wednesday. (). C. llameister. of Newell was in town Tuesday on business. Mrs. .1. W. Ross, of Lead, was visit ing in this city. Wednesday. .) udge McGee left Wednesday for a few days stay at Hot. Springs. Bernard Carroll spent Wednesday in New I'nderwood on business. Mr. and Mrs. I. M. llumphey left for a visit at Omaha, Wednesday. Bert Casley, of Lead, was transact ing business in this city. Wednesday. Mrs. E. Benjamin, of Cha:nberlain stopped otl' in Rapid City, Wednesday. Miss Mary Fine, of Evansville. Ind. is visiting relatives near Blackhawk. W. .1. Farmer, of Chamberlain, was business caller in this city Wednes ay. B. D. Morrison, of Memphis, Tenn., the guest of his mother in this city. Atty. Lewes Dennis, of Cedar Rapids, is the guest of friends in this city. Miss Frances. Lock wood, of Alliance Neb., is the guest of Mrs. Fred liol comb. J. H. Henton, of Edgemont, was a isitor in this city, the tirst of the week. Frank Corwell, of Belle Fourche, was a business caller in this city Sat rd ay. Mrs. II. A. Oetting and cliildren of Lead, are visiting her mother, Mrs. -McGee. W. E. Stanton,of Belle Fourche, as transacting business in this city, Tuesday. II. Wr. McDonald, of Litchfield, 111., was a business caller in Rapid City, Tuesday. James Mitchell, of DeSmet, was a business caller in this city the tirst of the week. Rev. Van Getchell, of Clevelend, O., is the guest of his uncle John Getchell. Mrs. Anna Ladgin, of Brennan, spent Junday in this city the guests of friends. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Fuller, of this city, Wednesday. M. V. Lane, of New Underwood, was transacting business in this city Wednesday. Henry Musekamp and family have returned from a visit with relatives in Wisconsin. Ike Barton, of Rockerville, was transacting business in this city the first of the week. Edward Ilazeltime, of Custer, transacted business in this city the first of the week. Miss Emma Robinson, of Keystone, was the guest of relatives here the first of the week. Mrs. J. M. Hampton, of Chalk Butte, was transacting business in tliis city, Tuesday. Orin Blatz, of Vale, was here Mon day and Tuesday. He left Tuesday evening for St. Paul. William Schroder, of Pierre, was in town between trains Wednesday en route to Hot Springs. Frank J. Mann, of Dell Rapids was in this city Thursday. He left last evening for Lead. Coiyity Assessor McCain, of Rapid City, was in town on business last Monday.—Wall Record. Omar DeWitt, of Beresford, was in town the first of the week, leaving Wednesday for Newell. The Misses Piatt returned to their home at Quinn, Monday, after several days' visit with friends. Miss Bessie Garland is in New Un derwood this week visiting friends and attending the carnival. Mrs. Mary McDonald, of Aberdeen, arrived Wednesday and is the guest of relatives south of town. Bert Stover, has returned from a visit at Cloverdale, la., Thursday and is now occupying his homestead. W. E. Moore, left for Portsmouth, O., this week to attend the bedside of his mother who is seriously ill. Arthur Sanford, a school teacher from Michigan, was in town Thurs day. He left Friday morning for the White Owl country. Wm. Casher, of Sturgis, was in town the latter part of the week. H. L. Bode, of Murdo, was trans acting business in this city Saturday. Miss Anna Hanson left Thursday morning for Portland, Ore., where she will visit relatives. Miss Nannie Turner went to Rapid City Tuesday, for a weeks' stay wuli girl friends. —Hot Springs Star. Miss Susie Crump who has been the guest of her friend. Miss Hale, left Monday for her home in Michigan. L. B. Cradit, wife and daughter of ('lark, stopped off in this city Tues day night, enroute to Hot Springs. Peter Schellenbacker, of Hot Springs, left for his home Wednesday alter takingtreatiuent at the hospital. Miss Josephine Ritchie, of Aber deen, was in this city Wednesday be tween trains, enroute to Hot Springs. Mrs. Kiinna Owens who has been visiting relatives here for some lime, left, for her home in Missouri, Mon day. .lack Lower, of Rapid City, is here this week for a few days' outing and to take in the plunges Hot Springs Star. .Mrs. F. W. Mint.v and her guests Misses Fay and Pearl Woodford, of Sioux City, are at Sylvan Lake this week. Miss Bessie Jones arrived from Sioux City this week and i.s employed at the Western Union Telegraph ollice. Harvey Fish and Steve Rush of Rockerville were in town Wednesday attending to business at the land ollice. Mrs. R. JI. Dugdale, of Zeal, re turned to her home Tuesday, after a mouths' visit with her daughter, Mrs. West gate. Miss Nora Ilendrickson returned to her home at Wall last Saturday, after several days visit with relatives and friends here. Roy Younglove was down from Rapid City and visited relatives and rieiuis here Saturday and Sunday.— Stamford Standard. Mrs. Robbins, of Sac City, la., who has been visiting her son, J. L. Rob bins and family for some time re turned to her home Tuesday. Ben Woods, of Rapid Oily, and at torney-at-law, is in the city to see Atty. F. J. Parker, on some legal business—Deadwood Telegram. Mrs. Ellen Allen and son, who have been visiting with Spearlish friends returned to their home in Rapid Monday.—Spearlish Enterprise. Chas. Vol mer has recently moved here from Rapid City and is occuping the Scanlon house. Welcome to our busy little town—Keystone Recorder. lioscoe Fulmer, of Sioux Falls, in touring the Black Hills, stopped oil' in Rapid City Saturday and Sunday. He is looking for a location for a res taurant. Mrs. W. A. Nicholas is enjoying a visit from her lather, Christopher Birnbaum, of Rapid City, who ar rived Saturday evening—Spearlish Enterprise. Mr. Wm. Dennis, of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, stopped over between trains Thursday on his way to Wasta at which place lie will be the guest of Chas. Hunt. Miss DeVere Smith left for Rapid City for an extended visit witli her sister, Miss Lila. who is employed at the Reeves Mercantile Company.— Argus Leader. Subscribe for the UNION—$1.50. Old papers for sale cents per bunch. at this ollice, 5 Born—to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Agard, Friday, August 5, a son. Apples, 50 cents per bushel and up. 9t5 C. TnoMsoN Mrs. O. P. Madsen is seriously ill at the hospital at Rapid City New Un derwood Times. A marriage license was granted Wednesday to John Mesnard and lva Mother, of Belvidere. School district No. 63 are contem plating the voting of bonds to build a new school house near Wall. The International Typographical Union held its fifty-sixth annual con vention this week at Minneapolis. Subscriptions taken for any maga zine or paper published at lowest rates at McNamara's Book Store, tf Former light weight champion, Joe Gans, died Tuesday morning at his home in Baltimore, of tuburculosis. Miss Rose Bower occupied the pul pit at the Baptist church Sunday morning, giving an excellent address on equal suffrage. Gov. Vessey has paroled Alfred Martin who was sentenced frotn Pen nington county on a charge of assault, with intent to kill. The Rapid City baseball team went down to O.elrich last Friday and met defeat at the hands of that team. The score was 5 to 1. Mrs. Mary I-Iannify, charged with complicity in the murder of David Thomas, of Sturgis, has been admitted to bail in the sum of $2,o)0. Arthur Spayneand .Miss Rex Ferry, of this city, were married at the Episcopal church last Saturday. Rev. Sparling conducting the service. The ball game between this city and Belle Fourcli which was scheduled for Monday was called otf on account of the condition of the grounds. Mrs. Elizabeth Pearce, of New Un derwood. was found to he of unsound mind by the Board of Insane Com missioners last '1 htirsday and ordered com in it tee to the hospital at. Yank ton. The trained buffalo that were ex hibited here at the last Stockmen's meeting passed through this city en route to Cheyenne. Wyo., Tuesday. They belong to R. L. Yocimi of Ft. Pierre. At a meeting of the Congregational church Monday evening, the resigna tion of Rev. F. C. 1 lolbrook, was ac cepted and a committee appointed to look after the selection pastor. or a new The past week has been very quiet in this city from a business stand point. Most of the farmers have plenty of farm work to keep them busy and tiie merchants have felt their absence. Last week Mrs. Maud Sinkev killed the largest number of rattlesnakes in one day that we have heard of this summer. She killed eleven, nine young ones and two old ones.—Smith wick Sentinel. Rev. ,T. W. Taylor, of Aberdeen, addressed a union meeting of the churches Sunday evening at the Meth odist church. Dr. Taylor's subject was Equal Suffrage and lie made an excellent talk. The local lodge of Elks have selec ted a committee to consider a site for the erection of a building for their club room and lodge hall. No definite action has been taken but several sites are being considered. Judge McGee came up from Rapid City and is trying some civil matters in circuit court for Judge Rice who is still absent in Montana Deadwood Telegram. Fred L. Mabee. of the bureau of census department of commerce and abor was in this city this week gath ering statistics on manufacturing, printing, etc. Miss Kathleen Daugherty, who has been visiting at the Doherty ranch in the Black Ilills, returned on the af ternoon Milwaukee Yankon Press and Dakotan. To get the best out of life is a problem. Learn how by sending to Mankato, (Minn.) Commercial College for their free Year Book. Worth a fortune to yon, so send today. The ticket agent of the North western at Chadron was the victim of a holdup early Monday morning, the robber relieving him of $1((), a gold watch and diamond ring. The general land ollice has notified the local land ollice that hereafter all contest notices and affidavits must be tiled in duplicate before the same can be legally liled by that department. I. M. Humphrey and wife were down from Rapid City, Sunday, for a days' outing. Mr. Humphrey is one of the directors in the Bank of Hot Springs in this city and is well known throughout the Hills Hot Springs Star. Miss Freda Morrison will not be a member of the teaching force in the East Side school the coming year. She has resigned in order to accept a call to the Rapid City schools at a month ly wage considerably higher than she was getting here—Vermillion Plain Talk. Black Hills papers intimate that Mrs. McMalion who shot and killed D. P. Thomas, accidentally, she claims, lost both her husbands sud denly, and they state it is probable the remains of both the death men will be disinterred to see if they were foully dealt with—Aberdeen News. John II. Martin M. D., formerly House Surgeon at the Illinois Chari table Eye and Ear Infirmary, Chicago, has located in Lead and Deadwood for the treatment of diseases of the eye, ear, nose and throat. Ollice hours in Deadwood from 1:00 to 3:00 p. m. at the office of Dr. Sclineerer. 8tf In the production and in shipment of news paper June last was the high record month since statistics on this subject have been gathered by the commissioner of corporations, which began in October, 1908. In June the production was 101,241 tons, the prev ious record having been in June last year, when the output was 02,824 tons This year's June output is 102 per cent of "normal." The 1910 figures however, include forty-nine paper manufacturing companies, while in 1906 they were received from only forty-three concerns. WHY IT SUCCEEDS Because it's for One Thing Only, and Rapid City Peo ple Appreciate This Nothing can be good for everything. Doing one thing well brings success. Doan's Kidney Pills do one thing only. They cure sick kidneys. They cure backache, every kidney ill. Mrs. M. E. Wesgate, Kansas City, St., Rapid City, S. Dak., says: "Doan's Kidney Pills have been used in mj family with the most satisfactory re sults. 1 have also taken this remedj with benefit and can say that it has no equal in curing backache and strengthening the kidneys. Doan's Kidney Pills have always done me a word of good when 1 have had any symptom of kidney touble and con sequently I do not hesitate one moment in recommending them." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo. New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name—.Doan's and take no other. Notice for Publication ISOLATED TKACT PUBLIC LAND SALE DEPARTMENT OI" T1IK INTERIOR U. S. Land Otlice at Rapid City, S. Dak., August 2, 1910. Notice is hereby given that, as di rected by the Commissioner of the General Land otlice, under provisions of Act of Congress approved June 27, HtiHi (.'54 Stats., 517,) we will offer at public sale, to the highest bidder, at 0 o'clock a. in., on the 22nd day of September, 1010, at this otlice, the following described land: S 1-2 of S W 1-4- of Section 15, Twp. 1 S, Range 7 E, B. II. M. Sold pursuant to ap plication of Roy Davis No. 015508. Any persons claiming adversely the above-described land are advised to lile their claims, or objections, on or before the time designated for sale. LOOM is S. CULL, Register, A12-S10 MYHON WILLSIE, Receiver. Notice for Publication. DEPARTMENT Of THE INTERIOR U. S. Land Ollice at Rapid City, S. Dak., July 2.'i, 1010. Notice is hereby given that Nancy Maxwell, of Bend, South Dakota, who, on May 1, 1905, made home stead entry. No. '9128-O9803, for lots 1-2 E 1-2, N W 1-4 Section 31, Township 3 N., range 9 E., B. II. Meridian, has tiled notice of intention to make Final live year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Clerk of Courts, at Rapid City, South Dakota, on the 1st day of September, 1910. Claimant names as witnesses: John Kammerer, of Rapid City, S. D. William II. Jones, of Bend, S. D. William Kammerer, of Piedmont, S. D. Charles B. Wilkes, of Piedmont, S. D. J29-A20 LOOMIS S. CULL, Register. A valuable book has just been is sued by the United States Geological Survey on "The Geology and Under ground Waters of South Dakota," which anyone interested may procure by writing to Congressman Martin. The publication is Government Water Supply Paper No. 227, by N. II. Bar ton, and contains much valuable in formation for South Dakotans. It is a book of 150 pages, is well illustrated and deals with topics indicated in the title. Office at 530 You Should Help If you believe in the principles of the republican party—such as advocated by Theodore Roosevelt —you should subscribe for the BLACK HILLS UNION and help fight the battle of the people. You owe it to your party to stand loyal to its interests. You owe it to yourself if loyally republican. Stand up and be Counted The subscription price is $1.50 a year. If you are now a subscriber why not get some one of your friends to subscribe? Every little bit helps. We would appreciate it. We do printing of all kinds at reasonable prices. Give us a trial. The office is at 530 Main street. Phone Red-271. Send in the news and help make the paper interesting. '. Communications of all kinds always printed. Subscribe Today. We do all kinds of printing, neatly and on short notice. Letter heads, note heads, statements, bill heads, envelopes, cards, pamphlets, auction sale bills, gutter snipes, novelty cards, blotters, etc. Weekly Weather Report Temperature and precipitation data from the records of local office, U. S. Weather Bureau, Lakota building, Rapid City, S. D., for the week end ing Thursday, August 11, 1910: Highest temperature during week, 88, on the lltli. Lowest temperature during week, 51. on the 9th. Average daily temperature during vveek, 07. Normal daily temperature for the week, 71. Average daily departure, 4 below normal. Average daily temperature since Aug. 1st, has been 2.5 below normal. Average daily temperature since January 1st, 4.5 below uormal. Total precipitation (in inches) dur ing week, 0.55 Normal precipitation for week, 0.62. Departure, in precipitation for the week, 0.07 bleow normal. Accumulated deficiency in precipita tion since Aug. 1st, 0.43 inch. Accumulated deficiency in precipi tation since January 1st, 0.79 inch. GEO. V. SAGER, Observer. Ropid Giifs -Mi Directory. CHARI.es W. BROWN. Attorney aid Counsellor at Law Otlice in Pennington County bank building. Will practice in ail state and federal courts. C. L. WOOD H. E. EDWARDS WOOD & EDWARDS, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law Rooms 3 and 4 Wood building, St. Joe street. Practice in all courts and be fore United States land office. J. F. SC1IRADEK C. L. LEWIS sCriKADER & LEWIS. Attorneys and Counsellor* at Law Ollice on St. Joe street. Practice in state and federal courts. GEO. WILLIAMS O. E. SWEET WILLIAMS & SWEET, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law Ollice in First National bank build ing. Practice, state and federal courts THOS. R. NELSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law Rooms Security bank block. Pract ice in all state and federal courts, U. S. land ollice and at Washington. BUELL & GARDNER^ Attorneys and Counsellors at Law Office in Buell Block. Will practice in all State and Federal Courts. JAMES BOYD W. W. SOULE BOVD & SOULE. Attorneys and Counselors at Law Otlice over Pennington County Bank. Will practice in all State and Federal Courts. ROBERT BURTON Lawyer. Office over Pennington County Bank. H. G. C. ROSE, M. D., Oph. G., Physician and Surgeon, Office up stairs, 612 St. Joe Street Rapid City, So. Dak. Special Practice Eye and Fitting Lena. W. E. Robinson. M.D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RAPID CITY, SO DAK. Office in Farlow Bldg. Sixth Street. Main Street.