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ooooeooQooooooooooooooq| DONT FORGET That the last half of your taxes will be due Oct. 1st. We will send for a state ment for you if you wish. FIRST STATE BANK bOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOSOOOJW Bracelets and Rings The vog-ue in bracelets and ring's finds its highest expression in the designs that till our cases. The popularity of this store on all jewelry is on account of the wide variety of patterns, carried in stock, from which selection is easily each individual, at prices uniformly low. Clarence M. Sageser Jeweler and Optician The Gage Hat for Women of Taste My model of the now fall and winter hats appeals to the most discrim inating tastes the stjle is correct and every detail of material and manu facture cannot be improved upon. Call early to see what I have. I have hate for everybody. MRS. RHODES The Experienced Milliner A. J. WRAY E. Q. DAVIS Contractor Mid Builder... Estimates Cheerfully Furnished Philip S. D. made to suit the taste of has all kinds of Real Estate and City Pro perty for sale or exchange. Prices right. Easy terms. Loans Reasonable Amounts on first class Farms. Can furnish you surety bonds or burglar insurance. Philip, South Dakota Riverside Ranch F. E. Morrison, Prop. One-fourth mile south of the depot, Philip, South Dakota. Pure bred and high grade Uolstein cattle for sale at all times. BIELSKI FARM LOAN COMPANY (INCORPORATED) Home Office, Philip, S. D. DONT FORGET —the— S O E When looking for Post Cards 1000 New Cards Juat Received New Goods Every Week Mrs. M. Gust East Side of Center St. OR. A. A. HEINEMANN Office North Center Street Phone 35A Residence south of Pepct Phone 35B Surgeon lor the N. W. R. R. Philip. C. A. South Dakota. BENNETT Lawyer OfflMMorer H&nrfwheinw's DruffStor* PHILIP. S. n. Atlas Lumber Go Sell dimension lumber, lath shingles and all kinds of building material. We have large sheds in which our material is stored and kept in good condition. Call on us. R.E. MORGAN City DrayXine PHONES: 36 A Office 36 Residence Wants a share of your busi ness. Is in a position and has the facilities for prompt service Let your wants be known to him. Dr. R. B. DRIVES E N I S Philip, South Dakota North Center Street Office Phone 37 Res. Phon# 4A Writes Fire and Wind In« surance on farm bldgs. Loan* money for non-resldentf and collects interest free of charge Old Trail KtJ'hlnjr*. On last Wednesday evening a num ber of young people met at the How ard Randall home and wt nt in a body to surprise the Buswell bride and groom. The surprise was genuine, too— lie newly married couple having not an inkling of the affair. Silently the crowd lined up In the front yard, and George Bennett rapped at the front door and requested Harry Bus well, lie groom, to step ut*ide. He did so and was greeted by three cheers from the crowd Then the merrymaking commenced and each one present contributed in some way toward the entertainment of the com pany. About eleven o'clock ttie host ess served refreshments. The'follow ing oas was proposed to the bride: Love, be^true to tier Life, be dear to her Health, stay near to iter. Joy. draw near to her. Fortune, find what you can for her— Search your treasure house thru and thru for iter, Follow her footsteps he wide world over And keep her husband always her lover. Mr. and Mm. Buswell hade adieu to Old Trail friends Monday morning and left Philip on the westbound train to continue their wedding trip. May all manner of food luck attend them. George and Louis Schlottman drove to Pliilip last Thursday for a load of coal, etc. Mrs. J. P. Buswell entertained a number of friends during the week in honor of her son and his bride, some of whom were Rev. and Mrs Legler, Hazel Williams, Jess Liet/. and Mes dames Mc(Jee, Diehl and Stowers. As you pass the postofflse these days note the sweet fragrant air. New mown hay? Nay, just onions. Charles Schlottman is pulling an acre of them and he wishes lie had ten. Mrs. Botten is now enjoying the luxuries of a horse and buggy of her very own. She christened it by going for the mail one day la*t week. Miss Olive Buswell left on Monday for the state of Washington to make her sister an extended visit. What is so tine as an October day in Stanley county—when its a'mlnd to be? Our mail carrier is the proud poss essor of a yellow pup. Mr. Bennett says My dog may be yeller, and covered with llees, But his pants, thank goodness, don't bag al the knees. Saturday evening Howard Randalls, his daughter, Esther, and Miss Hill were returning from Philip. When about half way home the horses got out of the road and attempted to climb a perpendicular bank. The wagon tipped over and the occupants scattered in every direction. It was at first feared that Esther had sus tained serious injuries-. After an hour of unconsciousness she came to and will soon be as good as new. Miss ill escaped with a badly bruised arm, and Mr. Randalls with some deep scratches. All things consider ed. they were all lucky to escape with heir lives. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. White and two children, of Apple River, Ills., are the guests of the McQuillens this week. Mrs. White is their sister. Verle Hunt is home on a visit. When asked w here lie had been these many months, he replied, "Every where and it did seem so when he began to enumerate. A. J. Wray, of Pliilip, spent Mon day night witli J. 1). Bennett. Lena Schlottman spent Sunday afternoon and evening at the Taor home. Charles Schlottman, hie little nephews, Donald and Buford Schlott man, and Miss Miller called on Mr. and Mrs. Henry Walton Sunday after noun. Mrs. Walton found no diffi culty in persuading them to take off tiieir hats when she spoke those mag ic words—fried chicken. The Wal tons have leased their place to Gene Jordan, and expect to reside for a year or more with their two sons on a farm near Flandreau. Old Trailers regret to spare the Walton* even for a year or so. Real Estate Transfer* United States to George Edward William Brunow Clarence E Mosier George Miller Sarah E Picklnpaugh David Jones John Winget William Peterson George W Holms Jacob Igou George Basteen Elizabeth Basteen James McLean Miles Clark John Ball benjamin Clark Fred E Earvin Wm Jasper Wright Edith Lee Paul Walters Minnie Dow Hester A Durrand Heirs of Leila Dow Luella Dow Gehard Lund Johnson George W Scarlett Emma Scott Arthur W Thomas Lelia Kimbro Guy A Reed Albert Stafford Isaac N Borden Clarence Jones Gustav O Meen Stacy Green Wesley Houghton George Wheeler John Lock hart, reg to Mensing reg cer se rt tin 2(e Henry- W Hall Irons reg to David Klotz Delorme W Robinson to K & Robinson w lot* 19 to 24 Inc blk 7 & other prop Western Town Lot Co to John athan Tot man w lot $1 (XI 10 blk 21 Pliilip Robert Rebuer & wf to Fred Westcott w lota 3 4 e aw 3t 5n 27e $1 00 Westscott to Rebuer w lots 3 4 e sw 30 5n 2te John Lockliari reg to Mary Auld se se 20 e ne se 29 -u 2fe Clar Stultz& lib to Henry Hoffman w lot l.'tblkT Tow n of Pliilip $55000 Lula Nichols & lib to Jeremiah Coleman w ne 30 5n 25e $2400 00 Win E Merit to Meritt w lots 3 4 s nw 4 3n 24e $1 00 Western Town Lot Company to Ferd Peters w lots 3 4 blk 12 Cot tonwood $175 00 E Yettetoe & wf to Wheeler w lie 31 3n 20e $1 00 W Walpole to Wagner w w sw se sw sw se 2U 2n 19e $1 loo 00 John Locktiart reg to William S Ileaid reg cer ne sw n se sw se 6 5n 2l»e Same to W Petersmayer se 11 Sn 2tie Abraham llasham & wf to A Ferris & Nanden Myer w ne 7 Is 22e $1100 00 Ahmed Omir & wf to Ahmed Sher otiik & Hassan w nw 2 4n 24e $1 Same to same w ne 22 5n 23e $1 00 W Hall Irons reg to Elmer E Crisp reg cer ne nw 32 In 19e Same to Drittle E Smith regoer nw nw sw sw ne 17 4n 2o« John Lock hart reg to Patrick Brady reg cer se y 5n 27e Fred M. Robinson & wf te W O Robinson w ne s 2n 22e $ 00 Gaylord E Sumner & wf to Charles Damon w lots 13 14 lo 16 blk 117 Ft Pierre $500 00 John Peters to A Peters w sw 20 n se 27 2 22e $1 00 E Leverlch to Anderson sw 2 6n 18e Lumber w w John Lockliart reg to Luvern W Soper reg cer lots 2 3 4 5 se nw 1 8n 28e Same to Wm Lukensmeyer cer sw nw 26 5n 29e Same to Charles Kelly ref ng oer lots 3 4 $ nw 1 3n 22e Same to Robert Ferris reg cer ne 34 6n 25e Same to Wm Bradley Jr reg cer sm 3 5n 28e Same to William Gould reg cer se 13 Go 27e E True & wf te OA Bernhardt w nw 23 3n 22e $1 00 Dawson & wf to Casslus Gal* vin w aw 21 4n 25e $2800 00 Eiea/.er Dulin & wf to Jehn E Ade w se 28 3n 25e 1 00 Mews from the County Seat. I From The Nawsl Henry L. Jeffries came In from Sansarc last Saturday, to get a sup ply ef grub for the men working with his plow outfit. Henry has plowed over 900 acres of Stanley county soil since purchasing the Hart-Parr out tit, and if anyone knows how to turn it over, he is the man. He Is still kept busy rooting up the gumbo In the Sansarc country. Miss AnnaOstendorf returned home Saturday from a months visit with friends and relatives in Philip. C. II. Marden, of Nowlin, was in town Tuesday, closing up some busi ness matters, before leaving for Ait kin Minn. Mr. Marden came to this country four years ago and contracted fur grading ten miles of the railroad along where Nowlin is now located. Since that time lie has been In the mercantile business there. Last week he disposed of nearly all his holdings and will take a year's vacation. Mr. Marden stated to the writer that he would probably be in business in* Stanley oounty again. Mr. and Mrs. Hr.yon H. White and children, of West fork, stopped off in this city the first of the week for a short visit at the home of Mrs. M. J. Harvey. They were on their way to St. Louis, Mo., where they will spend a couple of months Yisltinff with f*» latives. Your cough annoys you. Keep on hack ing and tearing the delicate membranes of your throat if you want to be annoyed. But if you want relief, want to be cured, take Cbataberlaiu's Cough Remedy. Special Election Notice Stat? of south Iakota. County of Stanley, be fore the lioird of County Commissioner* of Stanley County. South Dakota. The matter of the establishment of an attyluin and ixxjr farm for alJ Stanley County comluir on to le heard and considered, the fol lowing resolution 1» adapted by unanimous v«te «f the Commissioners present: RESOLVED. That It Is deemed advisable that a special election hereby called for Tuesday, the sth day of November. IWI0. be tween th« hours of eight o'clock In the morn ing and Hve o'clock in the afternoon of said day. at all the regular po'llng places In Stan ley County, South Dakota, for the purpose of submitting to the legal voters of said county the question whether the said Board of County Commissioners shall be lmpoweied to pur chase a tract of land In the name of Stanley County and thereon ta build, establish and organize an asylum for the poor and to em ploy some humane and responsible person or persons resident In Stanley County to take charge of the same upon such term* and un der .such restrictions as the said Hoard of County Commissioners shall consider most ad vantageous for the enterests of the county: which perron shall called a Superlntennent of the County Asylum. And the County Auditor of said county Is hereby directed to publish notices, pr«pare ballots, and take other steps for holding said special election as is required by law. Shall lite resolution be adapted? YES NO V i Powell Drug Company Carries a Complete Line of Drugs and ruggist's Sundries Prescriptions Carefully Compounded POWELL. SOUTH DAKOTA John Hayes DEALER IN Coal Machinery We aim to carry a full line of Building Material and all kiiids of Coal and Machinery which we offer at the lowest prkvs ponsible, and by fair dealing, expect to merit a share of the business. DON'T FORGET THAT THE Stanley County Abstract & Loan Company Bonded Abstractors MAKE ABSTRACTS V 1 E It RE, SOU II DAK O? Excellent Cafe Service Cosy Heated Boom* at 35cnd AOc HOFFMAN'S HOTEL Henry Hoffman, Prop. European Plan PHILIP, ID. A. M. COYNER D. W. OOYNB& COYNER BROS. CONCRETE AND CEMENT WORKERS Building Blocks, Sidewalks and Gutters Alt Our Work Guaranteed See our foundation blocks at 25c each Philip, South Dakota •IHl Fore Quarter of Beef A or any other quarter that'8 sold at this shop is Bold at right prices. Our motto is "prime meats, right prices." We "make good" on what we advertise. There are no more reliable meats and re* liable prices than can be had right here. CITY MEAT MARKET The Winchester Mrs. Jos. Roberts, Prop. Our new hotel is now open to the •ublia. ^very thing new, Table service the best in the city. Rates $1.00 and $1.25 per day. S o e e W e n i n o w n Live Poultry Wanted! I will buy anything in live poultry, from a two-foek old chick to an old bird. The market for such foods is never over done. Will pay cash on delivery at Pleasant View Poultry Farm, one-half mile north of die poetoffice. Jake Weber, Philip, S. D. P. S. Watch the market columns in this paper for pre vailing prices quoted by me.