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If I 8m indebted to any one, please notify me immfdiately at Rapid City and things will be straightened out. su ttUPractically''tho^ntire classes. Fred Horey, the three mile record. $ 3 »«r- W Chris Hoellwarth. and Leon Duray and other noted flag. Louis Disbrow Is the holder drovo it in 40:20 rfal' See our line of SURE, WE'RE GOING! Whlz-'z-z! The leading speed demons of the world will race at the com ing South Dakota State Fair, Huron, September 13-18. Secretary A. It. Corey, of the International Motor Contest Association, which con trols the dirt track automobile racing In this country, has issued a permit for the in a in to a a S a a S at a Permit for nearly 200 days of raclns already, havo been .mailed by Secretary Corey The public is automobile racinR mad this year and 1920 promises to be the bisreest year in the history of the gasoline gaine.^ Automobile racing is no lunger i»ufci tr.iertii.ri.riGr.^ raw track is the laboratory of the automobile industry where experiments—often times very costly ones—have been made and the analytical secrets discovered. Many a mishap on the race track has spared car owners hundreds of lives by preventing a faulty construction from Kilting into tin? design and make-up oi cream In his Simplex Zip the two, four, five and ten rtiile records. sig. •A/eyman-'Bruton Company, ii JOS" ,» *.»*• rH Try ft S'fick of Wash Goods. Ginghams land Percales OUR SHOES .,. Are right as to Price and Style 'iAMv Sh»e» at the right prices, Mre. Mann and grandson, Morris Gregory went'to Leeterville Sunday to spend a few days at the home of her niece. Mrs. Roewell. of the racing world will i-ntrr mounts in tin fair Slg. Haugdalil, Louis Dlsbrow, I -ill iMidu'ott, Mo.vd Willanl xiiiota will be among tin- lielil to of the one mile circular Uuugdahl 5 We can save you money on MEN'S and BOYS'CLOTHING We have a large line of Work Sbirls, Overalls and 35 OUR GROCERIES AND FRUITS,* 1 are alwava froch are always, fresh in & Taitt Co., Inc '"--U- i- .ace the staitcr dnt t'aU 111 It sure will Tickle You" says the Good Judge record. 11. at St. Louis. August _sth.. I. IJ' ah-o ho hi his 1-iai .Speeder hoH.- To find how long the full rich taste of the Real Tobacco Chew lasts. That's why it really saves you money to use this class of tobacco instead of the ordinary kinds. Any man who uses the Real Tobacco Chew will tell you that. Put up in two styles RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobaccc 1107 Broadway, New York City Has received many new goods for Spring and Summer while others are on the way Kr *,*—5 V* v.**, *W« W WHITE FLOUR There is none better Call 31 STORE Scotland. S. D, The latest models in fall millinery at Becker Bros. Wesley Brown went to Vermillion Sunday to visit his daughter Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Museer Expect to leave today for a visit at theirold home Pennsylvania. Henry Brown has put two car load* of sheep on bis farm to fatten on the weeds, and clean up the farm. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ardery are rejoicing over the arrival of a little son at their home last Friday morning. Roy Thomas's family of Lesterville spent Sunday Ht the Hardinberg and Thomas home in Scotland. Dr. Leighton left last Sunday for Chicago and before returning expects to spend a few days fishing in some of the WJpccnsin lakes Opportunity is a gold mine it gives one a chance to dig. Your opportunity is to attend the Mankato Commercial College, Mankato, Minn. Send for catalog. Mr. E. H. Grant of Huron, was in town Saturday between trains, on his way to LakeAndeB where he conduct ed services in the Presbyterian church. Mrs. Otto Schmierer left last Fri day for Madison where she iB enjoy ing an outing with her sister, Mrs. Leo Aspinwalt of Vermillion, in a cot tage on Lake Madison. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Jasman re turned laBt Thursday from their trip to Yellowstone Park. They had a de lightful trip and came back loaded with mementoes as well as pleasant memories. Mrs. J. P. Serr returned last week from the Black Hills where she had been visiting her BOOB for two or three weeks. After a brief visit here she left on Thursday for her home in Nebraska. MrB Leo Keller and children and his sister, Mrs Allen, arrived from Ged deB Saturday and Bpent Sunday with Mr. Keller, who is one of the contrac tors working on the new Catholic church. They left Monday for Shel don, la. to visit relatives Carl Max has been appointed pres ident of the Scotland band to succeed Chris Hoellwarth who iB moving to Rapid Citv. Mr.Hoellwarth has been a good booster for the band and his services will be missed, regardless of the fact that his successor is well fit ted for the work. Since returning from summer school at Chicago three weeks ago Howard Harris has been helping his father, J. J. Harris on the farm near Witten burg. He will return to Spencer the last of the week to resume his work »s superintendent of the Spencer schools. r.lr. J. R. Shirty of -f ierre, has been appointed receiver for the Bon Homme County Bank, and took pos session of the business last week. Mr. Chris. Hirning, who had been in charge of the bank since it Was closed by the Banking Board, left for his home in Pierre Saturday. Owing to a conflict in two engage ments Prof. Hazzard of Dakota Wes leyan University was unable to meet hiR appointment to fill the Presbyteri an pulpit here last Sunday, but the place was ably taken by Prof. Holmes of the same college. Prof. Holmes gave two very able and practical talks which were much appreciated. A Mission Fest was held in the Lu theran Church four miles north of Lesterv ille last Sunday. Rev. Zink was assisted in the services by Rev. Streeb of Stickney, and Rev. Sand rock, director of the Lutheran college at Eureka. Rev. Sandrock went from here to Waverly, la., to attend a con ference, «nd Mr. Andrew Scbatz ac companied him as a delegate from the Scotland church. Chris Hoellwarth shipped his house* hold goods to Rapid City last Friday, and the family expect to move to that place about the first of September. Mr. Hoellwarth owns a farm near that town, but his family will live in the town. Since he had the flu a year ago last winter he has not re gained his former strength, and he thinks the climate and amell of the pines around Rapid City will be good for him. CnmnSn. S— ifcs^^sajBtr r. Sioux Falls, Aug. 20 W. D. Griffith departed this after noon over tbe Milwaukee for Sioux City where he was to join Homer Snow, traveling freight inspector, and R. G. Larson. Sioux City agent fot the Milwaukee road and go together to Chicago to attend-a meeting of the Ions and damage department of the railroad company. The cost to the company through damage and loss of freight shipped over tbe road has grown to alarmine figures and' the meetings are being held with a view of stopping the shrinkage from the causes men tiosed. The Milwaukee la sot the only road confronted by a like situa tion. It in. announced that the same conditions .confront every railroad 270Z A Cad 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 fft»o Slyfo State of Oli'o, City ofToledo I Lucas county. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., duiug business in the City of Toledo, County and State afore said, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HALL'S CAT ARE MEDICINE. FRANK J. CHENEY Sworn I before me and subscribed 111 llij I'iCOCUUC, LLXta UlU V4UJI At rw. ember A. D. 1886. (SEAL) A. W. GLEASON Notary Public Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal ly and aicts through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO. Toledo. O. Sold by all druggists, 75c. Hull's Family Pills for constipation. CLASSIFIED LOCALS For Sale—Tomatoes in bushel lots. F. J. Kadlec. FOR SALE. One Belle City Large size silage cutter with 36 feet blow pipe and in side distributing pipe for filling. Practically as good as new. Worth $465 new, will take $200. L. W. HAYNE3. Just received our line of fall hats, don't forget to visit the millinery de partment at Becker Bros. Be not content to jog along in a poorly paid job. Take a course at the Sioux Falls Business College, Sioux Falls, S. Dak. and you will soon have a stood position and iraw a premium salary. ir* If you have any concrete work to be done or sewer or cisterns to be dug, see A. D. WIPF. Phone 156. After October, the 1st, all past due accounts due UB eOOQOOSOOSOOQ DO YOUR SHOPPING AT BECKERS 0 O 0 O O O AND GET IT FOR LESS MONEY The Merchandise situation is not easing up in the manufacturing and jobbing centers, and goods are not easy to get. Any easing up on prices will not make goods any lower than at the present time, but will have a ten dency to hold them at the present levelsr Cadillac Dresses for the Growing Miss Clever styles in which neatness and perfection of line and attractiveness of expression make them the ideal garment of distinctiveness and be comingness. Mothers and daughters alike will simply "love" these dresses because of the simple elegance and the quality and dainty patterns of the fast color ginghams from which they are made. Price 6, 6.25, 6.50, 8. Millinery Department. In our Millinery department we still have some very choice Hats at re duced prices. A good stock of Men's and Ladies' Shoes. Oxfords and Pumps for Ladies and Children. MUNSINGWEAR for MEN, WOMEN and CHILDREN. None better. Prices right B6V 1 -t ... will bear interest at 8 per cent. All persona indebted to UB please call and settle before that time. Brown & Donley. If !.':,.y FOft SALE—45—D Buick Car, in fine shape, motor recently overhauled. Isqahrs at thte office. WASHAaU •NTEWO# COLORS Be&utifuf v»t Inexpensive finish for Vlfells and Woodwork Before the day of & Washable Interior Colors, ruch soft, velvety tones and shades were undreamed of. Nor is their beauty short lived. Walls and woodwork finished with these modern col ors are permanently decorated. .Soap and water are all that is needed to keep them fresh and new for years. & Washable Interior Colors are 'largely responsible for the way lcalsomine and wall paper have been swept into the discard by so many thousands of observing, discriminating homelovers. Fresh paint is better paint. And like all & products, & Washable Interior Col ors are fresh mixed when yott apply them through our pat-,.., ented Base-and-Tinter system.., If you are interested in mak ing home fresher and brighter,* you'll find it worth while to in spect the color range of & "Washable Interior Colons at '•our store. & Washakie lnl«w Golan Fresh mixed when you apply them—the Base and Tinter Way. j, C. MAX, Your Druggist mwmn BECKER BROS. CO. WICKS &QUINN ATTOBMiY AT LAW WILL PBACTIcJE JN AW COBKTP SCOTLAND 8. DAK. J/WES L. ftEIGHEN A'J TOBMY AT LAV OJJLICK IN ItECEGB BLOCK SCOTLAND S. DAE. DRAY & EXPRESS LINE «J. J. CASS, PROP. ALL KINDS CF TEAM WORK Phoke 200 PCCOXAND, S. DAK Dr. VAN FERNEY Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist PHONES: OFF'CE 17 HOUSE 69 W.F.HANSON ATTORNEY AT LAW OJFI9E IN BROWN BLOCK SCOTLAND. SOUTH DAK* B. H. UNRUH, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SUHGEON PHONES OFFICE 54 RESIDENCE 12 SCOTLAND. SO. DAK- SAMPLES OT ad SUm SBlif Many Styles tolSelect fiom SJits made to order $17.00 Two-piece sails *$15.00 Can also get bat or raj* to match We gaarantee to satisiy WANEK THE TAILOR Scotland 8.