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fe. & T'* .5" '/T I"' •••I Pr i-: !Ay| V a &, V fr I" k-' 111 tho eMp#M i v i -r S^g^lVMT fr th *t*p? *fehi jgggfctggflMl MtWMft to gUl ft tttg MMMA Immi gtf tawHI .-ggj^^l... 'lAk* wsasMrtof Indian wehsjh to be which aite tte do jfc# S^MM M*mi *ps IB» W^mvjt Mr. hMik hu tlngn hm a ropobhtiso, nod lr*t vt*e for precedent James ti. by the it^tUeM party tik»o«r tut probate ja^n ud is nrtaioljr entittod toil Jgf ffeatf Is onr BOBtaw for for theoflkieefaoditor. This fiun ol the hardest oOess to SU intbe ooontgr, repairing: wbo i» extremely mrafnl apd iFinm f^d has without any qoe«t}DB,»»li* ia not only cnstomary, r$|ttttili „h|J ...» VBMHm W ^V^BR trheahohae —HtflwUw1tj fttled kklrrtdM. Fired should gel thieoOceooee wn sad be will get ft if he gets whet be de- Be Itm* county, and he or Jho paeptab'. Mr. fiternMit to look iff*#* (be la teteote efthis great etete, bit will flM W® ®ldl i®t MMSUggE1ib^ ef the •NdSSIS? HI ti f-. fhub ia Mtitea eep^p -mwwiwm esiP-^oiWimpMBjpj WBWB^P he hae vilh thi Tim State lis %4 N ptetfOrm ef ts all taMM lie wtttfc lbs nth W4RPH' WPV wlNP^ Ig^tgtlgtNSf^^-JlijMf leers beeoiolsl to tho pflt of be win vote of Be ie to goard tho Itterwste of bP# nertHtrtlt le the lagialsilvo htfe 1 Pierre. Weers eti ceief h» vol* far .„ .:«6 In iint Beef tfaOj eeril epe peewl fe ptfr «he hee dene Me d«j Oberlee M*y ie me ef Be a* in* le em'' eieeh pe deal |u|A ^^ee 9nan wv MP now '-A. 4^** M». aw »•*#*.« 4HM^ CfiOAK SALE A fine line of the latest styles for Ladies, Misses and Children will be on display and. for sale v.» \S'$ .. -H- •. .'• r-'l'ir': '-. ... v .•• •, THURSDAY, NOV. 8th At M. Kennedy's Store 300 Styles 300 v To select a nobby, up-to-date' garment from. This is the opportunity of the •season for the ladies, as the large var iety will give them a chance to pick exactly what they want iri either a coat or a cloak. This sale is for one day only, and prices will cut down to the Very lowest figure possible. TREASURER'S EXHIBIT Oi«r N »«•#.' W«N» •,!. 1 "W» '•Ut ^toafc. PlHHtf Hai*i 1 Neteof Sooth Dakole, Ooeatj of daurle* Mix. B. W. Hwro Treaaorer, beiac duly a worn, doth aay tbaf th« eiMMtiftt (raa and csorreet aMtemvat «»f the daanoUi ooa of OMm Mix Ueuuf, ae appears bf his honks. 8eltoferibed end eWtt to befOrt ne this iSth day of 0^»ber, KM, Jos. EaniM, Notory Psbllo. AUPITOWB EXHIBIT ot'Smb tsi'^iiil INS fitaftaofSoeth Defeat* Ooaaty of Charles Mix.' ,j I, Fred J. Oibeoo, OaeB|jr Aaditor, being doiy svm, doth say the! the Tnyunt^i exhibtt hnvoa Is tree sad correct eteto* led of the loonrtal ooedlHee of Oharlea Mix eeeoty, ae appaera by hie hoeln,e«Ml the* lha Aeditor aatetsieot le e tree sod oorrect •teteeiaet of etl werceote drewi* oe the troaeery dsrtag the liabilities le' tree !MBM 'A TMUEto *»m nine mm it p.. SW*-•»•»»•* k««*r«4« Ss Ss TMO Cr Aaout OW inta' rvm OHh «t« *M ,i.igg iMi% If mn Ut 41 m*m mmu jpt| ii «m.h 4 *#& ME fl nsi i??" n »M all -5S fl' »«i re*!*:! '8::: «M» "M* m»M 1 "*W«i MSM Mb a HM« "Mill 31 tl IIM IS jS »a awn WW a 5*1 'is«'«i MM «»«4 ... M« .."i'ii «sii Tii*'* ss t^r*. r.u MM«t MM Mi MU ». mm at H. W. Evers. oowir ijtiyii -J"1-' 'g" «»f-»»» .•#.- l*^Mtf«ipyClPW»WMlOMM|» |m MMUUt# Mum ^gj IMMMRNNK gg^(l :*r«ttdMHelo HtfoHfily. uw tea been a at W^toer over Meee started, eod Is ae thor oeghly IdeetHM with the loler eataof thlseedof the ooeaty ea '50 o»»ttMaa Idealooea«yo»»«e»la aiaosr. as oar lotsrastsaod hla aSeldeotioaL Nolo»»ly t:»av bet he la a thorough badness aaan, one wbow «e cao troat to see that the stairs of the ooaoty sie coodacted In a baaioesa manner. I. K Menor, prevloua to 00m ing to (Carles Mix, waa a real dent of Linooln oonnty, 8 D., and was for oca term sheriff of that oooaty, auditor for two terms, and essessor of Oanton township tor thirteen oonsecu U*e terms. Mr. Menor served throoglM)ot the civil war, and while still in the army oast his first vote for Abraham linooln for president Never sinoe has he had any occasion to vote oth er than the republican ticket His past record, and his know ledge of affairs in Charles Mix county, makes it sure that he will, as county commissioner, work for the best interests of the people in general. In conclusion, we want to say that the republicans this year have a ticket to be prond of a ticket made np from top to bot tom of men of sterling worth and honesty men whom every one can vote for and feel assured that tiie bnsinees of the various positions will be conducted right. Don't take the advice of the democrats and split your ticket that is the only campaign cry tliey are using, realising that a split is all that can nave them* from utter defeat Vote your party ticket straight, KENNEDY Nice weather once again. Gnarley Swanson is threshing for John Barr. Ernst Brothers are stacking their tlax. Andrew Gogolin has painted ftjoJEarm. nnildings. tfflerSmith £6*1**6 An dee visited with his brother Dorsm Smith the first ot the waek. Some of our people attended the speech of senator tiara ble, in Wagner, Tuesday eve jirg Anton Kinde is one of the first to husk corn in this com mnnity. The La Barge boys hav*, re turned from Stanley county. The Dakota Central Telephone 1 renai caused by the Co. have repaired the damages recent storm. Ferdinand Wienke and wife riaited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oar! Gogsho last bun day. Politic* aeom to be very qniet this fall. Rev. A. W. Kraft preached in the Silver Leaf school bouse last Sunday. A H. Fuhrman and daughter, from Armour, spent Sunday at the bomeoi Mr. aud Mrs. Car! Gugolia. wnooptNQ couun Just now we are passing through an epidemic of whoop iug cough, a disease tlrnt is gen erally ouoeeded to belong to childiMiod but it la s well known fact that it ia oocaekMially cou traetod by adults, often proving very aerious when it attacks those is the extremes of life—in fancy and old sge. However as a general rale it ia ant considered to be a very seri ous malady this ia a false im sssloa that pro ells, for while it ts true that the duaiM in sen limited and will run lis oourse in apitsofall we may attempt to do and yet it most be remembered that It is the oomplications that accompany and the after effects that so often follow it without treatment or proper medical ad vice (hat are ot the greatest don- rsadIs Fred J. Oibooo. to-before ee tUe Sith day of Ootober It these we need to watch gosrd againat ia order to prevent o child from being atanted hi ito growth or left with week and debilitated lugs oissod by the pnrioaged and ox oooghiuBg which ceaaive thorn snecoptibio tu brooohitis poonmonia aad' oonaamptinn. lhat the ootd aod winter aeason Is anpraoching sn i, even bore dlesaao has been known to origi onto daring ee etteek ot tef ooegb. triioup- E A U N O E A U E Fullerton Lumber Company By stepping into H. G. Barkl's store you will be treated to a fine display of a large line of Ladies*, Misses and Children's Cloaks something on the order below You are cordially invited to call and ex amine them for yourself, Nettosef Sale ef Real Estate A a orSar harta* hm Mda by Um coamy «mh at Ysaktoa euunr. Sootb Dakot*. am iMStt Mfttamslir. A. IMI^ aatkor tatMi WintM* H. WUmo. MMntatotmor at ikKHMiirfhMk 1» Wltras. )fa«aaaad, to aMI Sltof UM ml Mt«tt M«MliW u tk« anaataW iinnwl, aad iMntcalartjr 4« aeHbaSIa thsavtMaafarMMordrri MIm tolnMftjritvwittatl. UM mum tu—tmn Mi-iiaws Nothing Ewr.Msde w kM lt« letgMt Wl sir atowlMlaa lw, IhiM An Me ea4 gteMiM rMUMlag smet. It cwiiBr M*4e u4 lit Ml. TIUM patattnalM Hu4IMVI AU iMnl psite NiUr well ee thef mcinIt vkknl bain, Every eawetorthbalii. ItieefMlsam. Call asd cm It el est elete sad eeeste eas U ear Mtnctlv* booklete ea uBate Burner Goodnett** In stock and.for sale by H. C. HEMEYER WAGNER, SOUTH DAKOTA From till Log .4* TO TIE Finished Product The lumber we handle k all carefully inspected, and only the bat material goet into our yards no poor ituff k sawed Mo lumber for us. It will pay you, tf you are figuring on putting up a building of amy to come and inspect our lumber, and let us figure on your bill. We will not only give you bet ter material, but also better prices. WE SELL LUMBER H. G.BARKL ee«mle*Ml.*BLL Moraflarlto as 4ajr ot Hawlm. A. O. saala»rtw«wi»hrartaiMi«rtM wi niit to-«toi Tte SMWa»aM. qaarur (avW) otmmUoa IHIHaMi am. awaIp eaa kaaSrad am. MpNnMfM.OMaUjimMf, •Mi te vtMea ler tke esM smmMm «0I ke iwSril Si amhmlfiiwl tka nOne of JttQi# ItBIOBMVlMiKMlflMg DwkoSa. DaeeSUSafciSajr of Octobar, A, D, MM. WILLI AM m. WILCOX MalM«Hf»l«ra( Iks aatato at rmk I» wnwm. aeiBMMiii. Bg Biea* Smmok. jgjB I Contest Notice Department of tlx Inferior, tTiilrad gtatca Mitchell. D.. 't_ to, MM, «x»MM aflldaTlt ImVliM baM Z0*1 n5S ij ik Vbmnt of New VlrylaU, ttooUi D^mu. coni«wt«nt, inUat k SMB. mad* Amruat 4. ,i r*«f ***r!** towmriiip a raaca •«, *T ftMfc In fblob It to, J"f i—— —.-T-7- Pratt* Hanrjr has nervr Wj^.fcX£S*C' WNItu (l iBontiia priur lui MS aaU abaiMkmawnt «sbta •U pwtlaa MapooS 5i S t»ae|iwB S 'S*^ J. date. Mitto miUM u appaar. swssrr^TCaSJs: StMMtft wfctcS «Sow Umh aftar Sw MlywN pataoa- K •t.M Uofc ..... •rrtoptw, T.tt Swhw Saoaivar. A ooupls of nloe roeme to re si over the poatofloe. Inquire of A. H. Peasn 10—12.