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AND
S O E
NOW
is the time to select your
HOLIDAY CHINA
A good assortment of
Plates, Bowls, Cups and
Saucers, Creamers, Salt
and Peppers, Etc.
At prices that are ritfht
Mrs. M. Gust
Side of Certer St.
DR. A. A. HEINEMANN
Office North Center Street
Phone 35A
Residence south of Pepot
Phone 35B
Surgeon for the N. W. R. R.
Philip. South Dakota.
C. A. BENNETT
Lawyer
Offlc* orer Hargrohelnirr'* Iru»f Stor
fHILIP. S. I)
Atlas Lumber Go
Sell dimension lumber, lath
shingles and all kinds of
building material.
We have large sheds in which
our material is stored awl
kept in good condition.
Call on us
R. E. MORGAN
City Dray Line
PI ION KS:
38 A Office:.'Mi 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. DRIVER
E N I S
Philip, South Dakota
North Center Street
Office Phone 37 Res. Phone 4 A
Start
Deposit Account
with the
FIRST STATE BANK
INDIANS AND BULLETS.
A Sample of the Strenuous Life In
Kentucky Ir. 1777.
In 1777. wliilt* HiirnKlshurj Rj\,
was so beset with Indians Unit the
inhabitants were In straits for daily
bread, a yonnji man. only sixteen years
old, made himself extremely useful l»y
venturing out ,»f the fort I ef.m- day
break and returning with a lo.id of
game after nightfall. This intrepid
youth was .lames Kay, afterward Gen
eral Hay.
One day in the year Just mentioned
Ray and a not Iter young man were
shooting at a mark near the fort, when
the second man was suddenly shot
down by the Indians, liay looli«Ml in
the direction whence the shot had
come, saw the enemy and wan on the
point of raisiug his rifle when he was
set upon by another band who had
crept near him unseen.
He took to his heels and. being a
quick runner, reached the fort amid a
shower of bullets, but the gates were
shut, and the men inside wera so
frighteued that they dared not open
them. Finding himself shut out. Kay
threw himself flat on the ground in
the rear of a stump, and here, perhaps
seven steps from the fort and within
Bight of his mother, he lay for four
hours, while the bullets of the Indians
tore up the ground on either side of
him.
At last be grew impatient and called
out to the garrison:
"For heavn's sake, dig a hole under
the cabin wall and take me in!"
The men inside set to work imme
diately. and the brave young hunter
was speedily safe iuside the fort.
FORTUNE ISLAND.
The Story of the Buried Prize of ar*
English Buccaneer.
An English buccaneer, having looted
and fired a rich prize, found himself
pursued in Mini by a Spanish pirate,
and in order to save his treasure sought
some Isolated shore on which to bury
it until the time came to divide the
spoils with his followers. So he ran
into the Mahaina group and. landing on
a low lying strip of sand and palm
trees. ca-hed his plunder and. naming
the place Fortune Island, sailed away,
fie left a number of negro slaves be
hind to guard ihe buried treasure, and
the present inhabitants are said to be
descended from these slaves. The For
tune islanders believe the old sea rover
never returned for his chest and that
it is still hidden somewhere near the
tide level. It is no uncommon sight
for tourists on the rare occasions when
The Review carries a biff stock of
lepal blanks, including those blanks
most commonly used. Send for price
list.
w,th
A ladies watch whether it he solid gold or gold tilled, should possess
style atid quiet elegance. Above all things it is import ant that a watch
should keep accurate time, and this is the difficulty oftenest met with
in ladies watches on account of their sniallness.
This Store recogniy.es that the more difficult the obstacle the mou satis
faction in its complete solution, that's why this is the Ladies Watcli
Store, of this section.
Clarence M. Sageser
Jeweler
and
Optician
The Gage Hat for Women
of Taste
My mode) of the new fall and winter hats appeals to the moat discrim
inating tastes the style is correct and every detail of material and manu
facture cannot be iniproved upon.
Call early to see what I have. I have hats for everybody.
MRS. RHODES
The Experienced Milliner
A. J. WRAY
has all kinds of Real Estate and City Pro
perty for sale or exchange. Prices right.
Easy terms.
COUCH
KILLTHI
AND
CURE
THE
LUNGS
Dr. King's
New Discovery
FOR CSLSI18 J&TL
AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES.
GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY]
OR MONET REFUNDED.
iOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOt
Ladies Watches
Philip, South Dakota
a steamer stops there to see some EaTf
naked black man digging In the sand,
probably in obedience to dream or
other sign.
The natives are half civilized, exceed
ingly superstitious and very poor and
live mostly on fish and fruit. The.*
do not attempt to plant vegetables, pre
fering to rely on the Ixninty of nature,
as the fierce hurricanes that sweep the
Bahamas soon uproot and destroy gar
dens The little colony is huddled to
gether in a collection of squalid huts
that are blown clear away In nearly
every storm and have to be built anew.
The Island is nine miles long and a
mile wide at the broadest part and lies
110 miles northeast of Cub* New
York Press.
CONCRETE PAVEMENTS.
Haw They Are Becoming Popular In
Small Towns.
The substitution of concrete for
wood, stone and brick as a paving
material has extended to all sections
of the United States. For example,
the following improvements Hre re
ported in a single day:
Calvert, Tex., which boasts of be
ing the cleanest, prettiest town In cen
tral Texas, calls special attention to
her cement sidewalks. Georgetown,
Tex., recently laid four miles of con
crete pavements. I'eoria, 111., is do
ing extensive work In the same line
Decatur. HI., has been putting down
concrete pavements and curbing. El
gin, III., has adopted ordinances com
pelling the use of cement in sidewalk
construction. Des Moines, la., is pav
ing a public square. Little Rock, Ark.,
is using concrete blocks. Orange,
N. J., recently decided that only con
crete shall be used for pavements
Springfield. Mo., has adopted the IIos
sain concrete street pavement. These
are just a few towns, some of them
not important to the outside world,
but the Improvements reported are
characteristic of what is taking place
everywhere, aud hundreds of thou
sands of barrels of cement are used
annually for this purpose where prao
tlcally none was used a few years ago.
After noting the durability of concrete
pavements conies the conviction that
the same material would make a good
wall, time proof floors and sills, In
destructible posts and steps, etc., and
In a few years the supply of cement
will need to be largely increased by
the demand for It in small towus and
rural communities.
The little town of Newberry, Ind.,
with a population estimated at GOO,
claims to have all the records in the
state broken for extent of cement
sidewalks in a town of its size. It
has been Incorporated only a few
months and now has two miles of
cement walks completed and six more
miles ordered for completion before
winter. If cement walks are a good
thing for part of the citizens, they are
good for all, according to the reason
ing of the town board, consequently
not a street in the little town will
escape a sidewalk on both sides.
VALUE OF ROAD KEEPERS.
Rational Plan For Repairing High
ways at Little Cost.
Several states in the United States
have spent millions of dollars 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 ts wasted. Improved roads,
built at great cost, are systematically
let alone until they become bad again,
when there is a bowl about the repair
bill. Ordinary roads are fixed up once
a year and then neglected until the an
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
i."*'
•H IMPllOVKD VAC S DAM ROAD.
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
ordiuary 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 can be kept in repair by a
spasmodic effort, often made by those
who know little about roads.—National
Stockman and Farmer.
DEEP SEA WATER.
Bottles With Which Sampies Are
Taken From Ocean Depths
The water bottle for getting water
for analysis from selected depths in
the ocean Is a cylinder of brass. Ger
man silver or other metal which re
sists the corrosion of sea water, gen
erally about two Inches In diameter
and twelve or fourteen Inches long,
with upward opening valve at the top
and bottom, connected together on a
central stem. Lugs are east on the
aide of the cylinder for conveniently
securing It at any point along the
length of the line by which it ts to
be lowered Into the sea. During the
lowering of the line the valves of the
bottle are kept unsealed by the pas
sage of the water through the cylin
der during its descent, but when the
motion is reversed the valves seat
themselves and are locked by the de
scent of a small propeller In the
framework above the upper valve,
which rides Idly on a sleeve during the
lowering of the bottle, but descends
along a screw thread to press the
valves upon their seats when the line
commences to be hauled up. A speci
men of the water at the depth to which
the water bottle has descended is thus
brooghcyt surface confined wltfr-
in the bottle, and a series of" spec!
mens from different depths may be I
obtained at one haul by securing a
series of water bottles at the required
intervals along the sounding line.—
Seienttfle AmeHenn
THE MAIL ORDER HOUSES.
fhey Inoculate the Business of the
Home Tradesman With Hookworm.
If your business does not approach
that of former seasons you may as
fribe the reason to the unprecedented
season, the curtailment of crops, the
mail order houses or a varied assort
ment of conditions, all obtaining "out
Side" of your store.
It Is not uncommon to find In almost
any town at any season a merchant
who complains of "poor" business,
while just across the street or around
the corner his competitor will tell you
that business Is "tine" and the pros
pects excellent for a splendid season.
These everyday occurrences call
forth the suggestion that possibly the
complaining merchants
are
It
ing in
Notice of Levy
Summons.
affected
with a •business hookworm" which
causes them to view everything
through dark glasses. Why should
there be pessimists and optimists sell
ing merchandise side by side on the
same street In the same town? If ex
isting conditions are favorable for a
''tine" business for tile one merchant,
how is
that business ••gloom" per­
vades the store of the other. The
trouble will be found ou the "Inside"
and not on the "outside" of his store.
There Is
a
"business hookworm" lurk­
Koine
or all of the
departments
of the establishment. The scientists
tell us the effect of the hookworm on
the person, and the complaining mer
chant's business seems to be affected
in a similar manner.
If you want to get rid of the busi
ness hookworm the remedy Is as sim
ple as that for the physical hookworm.
Try a liberal dose of newspaper adver
tising space, intelligently administered,
and you'll find that the feeling of
slothfnlness will be supplanted by that
lively feeling which makes you happy.
SUCCESSFUL MERCHANTS.
Th«W That Carry Only Diversified
Lines In Stock.
An editorial article in the Agricultur
al Southwest, which upholds the gen
eral store in the smaller cities and
towns as against the specialized busi
ness. contains a hint for those who
would compete successfully with the
bl£ mai] order store that carry every­
thing. from a hairpin to a ftortabTe
house. The editor writes:
One of our eastern exchanges de
votes a whole column of bis valued
paper to an article on the mistake
that the present day merchant is mak
ing in running a general store.
This article endeavors to show that
the old rule of "no two things can be
done at the same time and done
right." Using this old rule in bearing
out his a-^ument that where any mer
chant tr'es to handle a multiplicity of
lines he vannot make a success of any
one, we do not in the least doubt the
sincerity of his belief. At one time in
the not distant past we were of the
same opinion, until we had our ideas
changed by first hand knowledge.
The most successful merchants of
the southwest, with the best conducted
stores, bringing to their owners the
greatest margin of profit, are those
who have diversified lines. In fact,
the merchant who sells everything,
from a needle to a traction engine, is
the one who broadens, and when the
call of the big town reaches him he is
qualified to go Into the fight against
his longer established competitor and
get a share of that business which his
all around knowledge has taught tills
how to talk about and handle.
Town Improvement Mottoes.
There Is common sense lu spending
your money in the community where
you live.
The best method in which a town
can pave its way to success ts to pave
its streets aud Improve the highways
leading therefrom.
The women of many small towns
have formed a local floral association
and are introducing plant and flower
culture into many homes.
A number of town officials are co
operating with the citizens of the town
in the planting of shade trees on all
the leading streets of villages.
It Is the poorest sort of economy to
have bad sidewalks There are many
cases on record where the amount paid
as the result of accidents amounted to
more than enough to put the walks In
good shape. Any town can well afford
to bond itself for sidewalk repairs.
What We Spend on Hoads.
The United States spends $90.()00.00n
annually on 2..r00.000 miles of roads:
England spends $80.* 10.000 on her
lfiO.OOO miles each year, or fourteen
times as much as this magnificent
country commonly referred to as the
grandest country on the face of the
globe. It Is also the muddleat
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 um, comprising Con
tract for Deed, Chattel Morgage, Satisfaction of Mort
gage, Farm Iea.se, House and Real Estate Ideate,
Warrant Dood, Mortgage With Power of Sale, Prom
issory Notes, Ktc., Etc.
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
Verified Account (County or School)
Warranty Deed
Special Warranty Deed
Mortgage—With Power of $ale.(shorter form)
Bill of Sale
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—AJTidarit
Township Plats 7x7 in
Discharge of Real Estate Mortgage
Coupon Note, 2 color, 5 notes
Last Will and Testament
Agent's Contract (real estate)
2nd Real Estate Mortgage
Earnest Money Contract of Salt
JUSTICE COURT
SOUND BOOKS
Listing Contract, each
Scale Weight Tickets, each 1
Receipt Books, 500 with duplicate
CIVIL TOWNSHIP
Treasurer's Bond and Oath
Justice's Bond and Oath
Clerk's Bond and Oath
Constable's Bond and Oath
Assessor's Bond and Oath
Blank Oaths for Supervisors
Road Overseer's Acceptance of Offiee
Overseer's Poll Tax Receipt Books of 50 with stub
U. S. LAND OFFICE
Proof of Publication
Contest Notice
Affadavit of Contest—Notar
Relinquishment
Attorney's Authority
Withdrawal of Contest
We would be pleased to quote priees on an form not
listed above if wanted in quantities we will print
them, but will endeavor to supply our customers' needs
at all timet.
A I O E S S O I I E
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Powell Drug Company
Carries a Complete Line of
Drugs and ruggist's Sundries
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded
POWELL. SOUTH DAKOTA
Jake Weber,
John Hayes
DEALER IN
share of the business.
Coal Machinery
We aim to carry a full line of Building Material and all
kitids of Coal and Machinery which we offer at the lowest
prices possible, and by fair dealing, expect
to
J. A
DON'T FORGET
THAT THE
Stanley County Abstract & Loan
Company
Bonded Abstractors
MAKE ABSTRACTS
O I E E S O U A K O A
Excellent Cafe Service Cony Heated Booms at 35c an4 60c
HOFFMAN'S HOTEL
Henry Hoffman, Prep.
European Plan PHILIP, S.D.
4. If. COYNER D. W. OOYNEB
COYNER BROS.
CONCRETE AND CEMENT WORKERS
Building Blocks, Sidewalks and
Gutters
All Our Work Guaranteed
See mar foundation blocks at 25c each
Philip, South Dakota
Fore Quarter of Beef
merit a
or any other quarter
that's sold at this shop
iw sold at right prices.
Our motto is
4'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 4ght here.
CITY MEAT MARKET
The Winchester
Mrs. Jos. Roberts, Prop.
Our new hotel is now open to the .ublic. Every
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
Live Poultry Wanted!
I will buy anything in live poultry, from a two-week old
chick to an old bird. The market for such goods is never over
done. Will pay cash on delivery at Pleasant View Poultry
Farm, one-half mile north of the postoffice.
P. S. Watch the market columns in this paper for pre
vailing prices quoted by me.
w
n
Philip, S. D.

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