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The Seme Way NOW OPEN PHILIP BARGAIN STORE Offers a $5,ooo Stock of Clothing and Shoes at Absolute Cost Prices. A Neat, Clean Stock that Merits Your Investigation. Gents' and Youth's Clothing and Shoes for Everybody Call and see us, whether you wish to purchase or not Very Respectfully, A. J. WRAY West side of Center St., opposite Postoffice Furniture Store Have opened my store in the new building on Pine street just east of Hayes lumber office. House Furnishings Bought and Sold' A nice clean stock now on hand, including many real bargains. Call and see tlieni. F. J. KURKA & COMPANY A. O. PUTNAM'S FEED BARN FRANK SLOCUM' S OLD STAND A good place to put up your team when in Philip. Rest of care taken of horses entrusted to our care. Excellent water, good hay nd feed. One Block Eut of Otpot Safe and Reliable Are Perfection Oil Stov^v For comfort and economy, especially in th» uimmer season notlr* ing can compare with them. Be sure and see them Procure a Fuller & Johnson gasoline pumping outfit from us. Ready at any time, the proposi tion of securing water for stock or any other purpose is solved at a nominal cost. Some of Our Leaders John Deere Machinery, all kinds Dodd & Struthers copper cable ghtning rods Invincible Refrigerators U. S. Cream Separators Masur's House and Carriage Paints and Oils Sever in & Wheeler Railroad St, Philip, 5. I). •PHILIP AUTO CO. Are agents for the and Buick ROnTH DAKOTA Overland autos. Handle a full line of automobile ac cessories Prepared for prompt repair work, Livery work done to any point Visit the garage, in the Leggett building Oak steet. Alwaysglad to see you H. PECKHAM gj PROPRIETOR on jg Heal Kstate Transfers I'nited States to Harry K Hedren Albert ns Eggink George W Iiaker Frank Alloa W'halen Thomas Condon •lamevS Nelson Sylvia Wardner Albert II Anderson Jacob II off man Kai ie ()'Shea Nellie O'Shea William A Rickert George I Town Klizabeth Brooks Edwin O Osborne Patrick .1. Fennell John Hannigan Harry A Pearson Clyde E Pruden Walter S Trask Lilly May Story Jennie Lytle Flora E Patterson James I) Bennett Julius W Wetckman Albert Esterdahl Yaldemar A Sooholin Anton Jespersen John W Steckman Charles II Howard Katherine Gallagher Charles Coon Joseph Smith Homer Riddle William Cook ash Wrilliam Harman Jesse Johnson George W Lietz Jesse N Lietz John W Ruesink Ray Caster Joseph 11 Gredqig Louis Theis Wilhelm Sells Clyde E Caillet Lee BriggB John II Weaver Hans Ostrem Ludvik Wiken John Lockhart reg to Hott Phillips reg cer se 4 7n 20e Same to Ward W Joyce reg Otr »w 33 3n lSe Same to Wilse McFadden reg cer nw se n sw sw sw 32 5n 22e Same to Bverett McFaddn reg cer se 31 "n 22e Catherine Burns to Frank A Mc Clellan w ne 2H 5 23e $1 00 Rollie Beale to Stan Co Abst & Loan Co wd se 33 fin 23e $1 00 LTFelland& wf to David Paul Stuart w lots 1 2 e nw 18 4n 2»e *1 00 Earle Stewart to Ben Miller w se 12 4n 27e $1 00 Lee Briggs & wf to William flickox w s ne n se l." 3s 22e $T0 00 W Hall Irons reg to William Holland reg cer lots I 2 e nw 18 2s 21e John Lockhart reg to llerbart E Bryant reg cer lots 2 4 s nw 1 On 27e Frank Sherinerhorn to Johnston Jeffries wd sw 2* 7n 2tie $1 00 William Holland & wf to O Goodrich w lots 1 2 e nw 18 2s 21e #1 00 Edward A Litis & wf to Andrew J. Wray w lot 3 blk3 Gem Add Philip •il 00 Ferd Peters & wf to W II QuaJc w ne 33 2s lSe #1 00 Western Town Lot Co to Louis 11 art wick w lot 8 blk8 Philip S $400 00 Mons Johnson & wf to Nils N W Itomereim w se 19 2n 22 $2000 00 Flora A Petterson to Jennie Lytle w lots 1 2s ne 2 2n 23e $1 00 John Lockhart reg to Joseph Rogers reg cer n se e ne 14 7n 20e Levinson & S Levinson to Her bert It Cleveland w nw 9 5 18e $1 00 Carsten Christiansen to A E Rasen u sw 29 2n 20e W »0 00 John I) Posson et al to Geo Oak en w lot 4 sec 30 lots 123 Sec 31 3n 1* $2200 00 W West & wf to Reuben Knapp se 33 On 27e $1 00 George V Jones & w to Martin Johnson w ds sw 25 2s 2le IWOO 00 Western Town Lot Co to Fleta May Sherwood w lots 2 3 blk 24 Midland $200 00 W Hall Irons r«f to Daniel Andersou reg cer sw 33 Is 20e Laughlin rec to A Clyde Fields rcc rec s se 9 2s 20e Joseph Butt/. & wf to John Kirshman w sw 30 In 24e George Stalley to Ferd Llaaa W sw 9 On 20e $2000 00 Same to George Watters reg cer nw 5 3s 23e Same to John Kropuenske reg cer ne 5 3s 23e Same to John S Hallman reg cer lots 5 4 e sw 30 Is 23e John Lockhart reg to Charley Marts reg cer se 13 7n 2*ie Earnest Peters to August Pet ers w $1 00 Andrew Anderson to Alford Edman w se s ne ne 7 2n 22e $250 00 Alford Edman & wf to F. E. Olney w se se tf ne ne 7 2n 22e 91 00 Earnest Mueller & wf to The Midland State Bank w nw 32 4n 22e *1 00 Nels Ferkingstad & wf to Felland w sw 2 5n 25e $1 00 Alma I Drebing to Henry Drebing & wf w sw 25 On 24e $1 00 Henry Dreebing & wf to Alma I Dreebing w lots 3 4 e sw 3( 7n 25e $1 00 Aren Martin & wf to S Martin w ous 1 2 s ne 5 2n 25e 2000 00 Carl Fergen & wf to Christian Frederich w sw 8 2s 18e $2000 00 Libbie Morrill & hb to Frank Dollenbecker w nw 21 3n 25e$100000 Notice All persons knowing themselves to be indebted to the undersigned, are asked to call at the clothing store and settle their acconnts by Oct. 15 and save collection fees as they will be left with Attorney C. A. Bennett after that date. U. F. Moles & Son IMt THE PARSONTS CHECKS. Th«y Ware Politely Drawn, but the Bank Threw Then Out. Accord in*' to George Cary Kggleston, Virginians of ante In'llum duya showed great iiiditf'ereuce lu uioney matters. Mouey in the forui of coiu was rarely seeu. The planters were iu the habit of writing dunks ou a slip of Notice of Levjr Summons fyolscap, instructing the bank to "please" pay the amount spwitied. K^lestou says: ••This custom of paying by cheek so strongly commended itself to a certain unworldly parson of my time that tie resorted to It on one occasion lu en tire ignorance and ituiocuee of the necessity of having a bank deixtsli us a preliminary to the drawing of checks. He went to Kictiuiond and bought a year's supplies for Ids little place it was too small to be called a plantation—and for each purchase he drew a particularly polite check. "When the banks threw these out 0® the ground that their author had no account the poor old parson found the situation a dillioult one to understand He had thought that the very purpose of a bank's being was to cash checks for persons who happened to be short of money. 'Why. If I'd had the money In the bank.' he explained. 'I shouldn't have written the checks at all: I should have got the money and paid the bills.* Fortunately the matter came to the knowledge of a well to do and gen erous planter who knew Parson J. and who happened to be In Richmond at the time. His indorsement made the checks good and saved the unworldly old parsou a deal of trouble."—Chicago News. It is useless to attempt to reason a man out of a thing bo was never rea soned into.-Swift. 1. E. Church Services. Class meeting 10 a. m.: preaching 10:30 a. m.: Sunday school 11:30 a. in. Epworth League 7 p. m. preaching 8 p. m. Midweek prayer meeting Thursday at 8 p. m. each week. All are cordially invited to attend. C. II. Bryan, Pastor. Gasoline engine for sale. 2 l-21iorse power, in first class condition. Just the thing for a farmer mechanically Inclined. A bargain. J. I). Rainey, Philip, S. D. tf Buy Your Legal Blanks of the PHILIP WEEKLY REVIEW PHILIP, SOUTH DAKOTA The Review keeps in stock a complete assortment of the blank forms in most common use, comprising Con tract for Deed, Chattui Moryajure, Satisfaction of Mort tfii«e, Farm Lease, House and Real Estate I/ase, Warranty Deed, Mortgage \V ibh Power of Hale, Prom issory Notes, Etc., Etc. JUSTICE COURT BOUND BOOKS Listing Contract, each Scale Weight Tickets, each 1 Receipt Books, 300 with duplicate CIVIL TOWNSHIP Treasurer's Bond and Oath Justice's Bond and Oath Clerk's Bond and Oath Constable's Bond and Oabh Assessor's Bond and Oath Blank Oaths for Supervisors Road Overseer's Acceptance of OlHce Overseer's Poll Tax Receipt Books of 50 with stub U. S. LAND OFFICE Proof of Publication Contest Notice AfFadavit of Contest:—Notary Relinquishment Attorney's Authority Withdrawal of Contest We would be pleased to quote prices on any form not listed above if wanted in quantities we will print them, but will endeavor to supply our customers' need* at all times. A I O E S S O I I E VALUE OF ROAD KEEPERS. Rational Plan For Repairing High ways at Little Coat. Several states in the United States have spent millions of dol.ars In build ing improved roads. All states spend vast sums every year In road making and repairing. And it is strange, but true, that a large proportion of all this money is wasted. Improved roads, built at great cost, are systematically let alone until they become bad again, when there is a howl about the repair bill. Ordinary roads are fixed up once a year and then neglected until the ati uual repairing Is due. The rational plan of having road keepers to take care of the roads all the time does not seem to have found favor anywhere in AH IMPltOVED MACADAM BOAO. the United States, though it has long been in successful operation abroad. A little work at the right time will save a lot of It later on almost any road, yet we continue to follow the wasteful plan of waiting till the bill grows bigger. On all our improved roads men should be kept constantly at work, and the same Is true of most ordinary dirt roads. A couple of men and a team can care for quite a stretch of road and do it cheaper than the same road cau be kept in repair by a spasmodic efTort, often made by those who know little about roads.—National Stockman and Farmer. Oyster Shell Roman Roads. Many people have wondered what becomes of pins and needles and—oys ter shells. The Roman settlers seem to have used them to advantage, for the streels of the ancient Verulamium, by St. Albans. England, which Is to be further excavated, are paved witli oyster shells, which seems to Indicate good taste and economy on the part of the Englishman's predecessors. PRICE LIST OF BLANKS (In dozen lots special prices will be quoted on quantities) Satisfaction of Mortgage $ Satisfaction of Mortgage (by Corporation). Mortgage—With Power of Sale Farm Lease—Cash Rent Farm Lease—Cash or Grain Rent Grass Lease. House and Real Estate. Bond for Deed Power of Attorney Quit Claim Deed Notes, pad of 100 Verilied Account (County or School) Warranty Deed Special Warranty Deed Mortgage—With Power of Sale.(shorter form) Bill of Sale 1 Chattel Mortgage—Special (in duplicate). Chattel Mortgage—Short Form (in triplicate) Bill of Sale Mechanic's Lien. Contract for Deed Contract to Sell Live Stock Agreement for Sale of Real Estate Contract for Sale of Land—Affidavit Township Plats 7x7 in. Discharge of Real Estate Mortgage .... Coupon Note, 2 color, 5 notes Last Will and Testament Agent's Corit ract (real estate) 2nd Real Estate Mortgage Earnest Money Contract of Sale .85 .35 .35 .35 .40 .35 .35 ..0 .40 .40 .35 .25 .35 .35 .35 .35 .60 .50 .35 .35 .35 .40 .35 .25 .20 .30 .60 .40 .40 .35 .40 .25 .25 75 25 90 4o 40 40 40 40 20 20 40 25 25 25 25 2J 25 Hattie B. Bainum If You Want Your Goods Handler' Promptly and In a Satisfactory Man ner call i'lione No. 50. Leave orders at the Pioneer Ph'mcy THE arrow Fred Nock Buy your Old Line Life Insurance of Walker & Walpole Yankton, S. D. State agents for the United States Annuity Life Insurance Co. Chicago, III. Every policy registered and secured by deposits with the state L. E. Moldsmlth.C&sh.l'oi-t Pierre li&uk R. A.Blclaki.Cash.Klrst State Bank of Philip Martin Johnson, Cash. Hank of Kadoka L. V. I'i »i\ 01* li ».• 3 )l*ij jim .Slit* Bank 5 I Home Land & Abstract Co., L. Parcel Is, Secretary and Bonded Abstracter Respectfully Solicits Your Business Fort Pierre, S. D. DON'T PAY HOUSE RENT When you can build this beautiful home for a few hundred dollars Come and see me before building and 1 will tell you all about it Estimates free upon application L. Chr. Kronen CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Philip, South Dakota The Man With a Checking Account Can Tell You of Its Maay Advantages. Tt is estimated that ninety-five per cent of tlie the imsU ness of our country is transacted by means of checks and drafts. Under no other system could we reach the high state of development attained in the last fifty years. A checking account with this bank will sitnplyfy the transactions you are now doing on a cash basis. BANK OF PHILIP PHILIP, SOUTH DAKOTA Handles a line of General errhandiee at S it poHtoflice. New Goodw. Prices Lowest, consistent witli quality. Your Trade Solicited. COUCH KILLTHE AND CURE TH8 with LUNGS Dr. King's New Discovery FOR ColfSI18 AND ALL THROAT AN0 LUNG TROUBLES. GUARANTEED 8ATISFA0Z0BY OB XONZT BSVUVDBD. ft s E. C. DAVIS Decorating and Interior Finishing HOUSE PAINTING Headquarters at Winchester Hotel PHILIP, S. D. v *+vv."i*++++,j"!,t Do You Realize That Philip has one of the very best barber shops In the state. We refer to the "Up-to-Date" Barter Sliop You are assured a hearty wel come, courteous treatment and the best of workmanship. U A. KELLEY Aid rich & Son Undertakers ^nd Funeral Directors Calls Answered Day or Night Business Phone 32 Bee. PhootOT. i PHILIP, SOUTH OAK.