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PHILIP,
Philip,
Small Deposits Wanted
J. W. JONES, I'res
[RA J. WELCH, Cashier
YV7K ENCOURAGE them because many large ae
counts begin in a small way.
The small depositor of today becomes the large one
of the future. More people would be bank deposit
ors if they realized how it would help in building
their credit and their success.
Opening a checking account here is the first step
toward financial growth.
Start now and follow in the footsteps of the suc
cessful people who do business at the
First State Bank of Philip
FRESH GROCERIES AND FRUITS
SOUTH DAKOTA
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
Mulleague Grocery Co., Philip, S. D,
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 w n
L. E. Goldsmith.Cash.Kort Pierre Bank R. A.Rlelskl.Cash.First State Bank of Philip
Martin Johnson,Cash. Bank of Kadoka L.V. Ploro, Cashier Belviilere State Bank $
1 Home Land & Abstract Co., i
M. L. Parcel Is, Secretary and Bonded Abstracter
Respectfully Solicits Your Business Fort Pierre, S. D.
For the Convenience of Our
Customers
We have a place in the bank for private conversations,
letter writing or other business matters. This room is at
your service.
O u o e n S a e e o s i o e s i n o u i e -p o o
vaults, rent for $1..j0 a year. A safe place for j'our valu
able papers.
i BANK OF PHILIP
PHILIP, SOUTH DAKOTA
James A. Guigg
0. S. Commissioner
District of South Dakota
Receives Filings, Hears Firm proofa Contests Filed and
Hearo in Pierre and Chamberlain Land District*,
H. J. McMA HON, Vtee Pre-,
A 8. AN'DEUSON AsstCash
HERE is no place in the city that
can furnish your table more sat
isfactorily than here. Our store
is always attractive, neat and
clean, and the goods we have on
display are unexcelled in quality.
MOCOCCCOOCOC
ft
(Form
s
4
South Dakota
THB PHILIP WEEKLY REVIEW, PHILIP, SOUTH DAKOTA, MAY 16, 1S11
OLD TRAIL, ETCHINGS
(Prom our apeoiial corrtapoiiklaBft.)
Messrs. Muter ajud
LA&Lz
tiug the Rritit pilutee.
aire ffwni-
Misses A»aiite and Katie IiiMdirovo
to I 'hit 1 i p. on u. sliowpinig expodlitlon
Saturday of last week.
Rabcmt Murphy has appeajred in
ouir iuLd&t aiiiid will n miain Irmjr oiim
ugih -to do some u ruling on hie
quarter.
Mans, Itaiukilla mud sou, Neil, su*i
ped iit Oid Tiruii
1 a lew nui liuUss
Aaai week cmroiuttie to .Joixlau a
more lambs. Mrs. Rauwlahls now has
a Hoick of tJwieil'V"
DoaUild So.hkM i nia.n is pl.t iK.jjng
corn auiid inalc.utg hiani9*»lf otherwise
useful ait Ikxiuiiiie Hra^ tlnase days.
Don,aid is Ihii -.n. years o.lid auid city
forod, buit lie takea U fauuui.uig ,i.ke
a Uiiitck U WiajLeti'4
O n Monday of last week the ru
ivu va»rrier north from Philip to
Stewart 1'UiK-e umlnirlook to substi
tute a motorsx-le for his horse aind
biutgigy, w'ittdi the reeuiHt .What Old
Trail ainul Niit UibtwK weiLL 11 liouti
mail that dkiy.
B. J. O'doililK 11, ol' iikviki s.
D., miiiu ouit last wieek to liuike his I
son,, James, a brief vi«it. He says'
luk fi.ii.lw thiniirt« h^resblxwMs .looking
rather b*Ur thani he expectcd. He
returned Kimiu'iiui tli« i l)h'j
unofilr I
W IUvaIL,
Mir. Grant, repreeeaitli ng- the
Foote-Schiutze shoe house, of St.
Piiail, was an Old Trail caller last
-Monday, as was also Mr. Sherburne,
from Jowett Bros., of Sioux Falls.
Both of tlie»e traveling saleseman
are makiimg the country stores in
automobiles.
Don't falil to see "JiuiuIkj" next
time you go to Olid Trail post of
fice. He is a bom as bi^ as a min
ute, weighs two amid a half pounds,
and belonged to the Jordan flot k of
alieep before Mies Miller uidopteid
the little deserted] mite, who oer
taJiniily beLite his niame right mow—
but watch him giixw on fresh oows'
milk, buffalo aaid Da.ko.ta aun^
siliiue.
Ais Mrs. Jordan, was about to don
lier Snnxiay yo to meet in' i owi! for
Old Trail Sunday tsc-hool an. Moth
ers' Day, tlK-re k aime a naip ait the
door and a t'aaiiiiiiar "lie'illo" anxl
Mr. and Mirs. Will Oolv in anid uheMr
•lour {little gjinle, of Pow«ill,W(ere us
hered in a few minutes later came
Mr. Williams, wiith hijs four buy
is,
"Jiieik folllowed Mr. Onsited, Mr. anid'
Mrs. Will ljliiviille and Mr. amd
Mr®. Frank Age** and baJby4 It
was not ueioessary theai for Mrs.
Jondam to go to Mothers' Day—
Mothers' Day luuL come to her.,
SMITH NEWS
Oimr special oorreapooideot.)
Mrs. Harriet Boulter, who has been
in Yaaikton, S. D., for some time,
Is agiaiiu on her clatim near the
south butte.
Mrs. James Young and son,
Verne, left loet Tuesday for Belle
Plaine, Iowa, where they
w,ent
see Mrs.
quite
We beli«vi©"*ne oa® say
to
Youiiig's father, wiho it
ill.
Mrs. Mati-lda Johnson amid Miss
Josephine Johinson, of Blair, Neb
raska, passed through this place Last
Wednesday on thefiir way to their
homesteads near Ash CreeJc.
The Mexlcam Creek school,
tatught
by Miss Francis Jordaai, closes Fri
day, the 27th. A pinmlLc di inner and
a ptrognvm of eoiugs, readlnigs and
reoitations 1m till© ordeir of the day.
J. A. Con boy, of Runimiiing Water,
S. D., arrivtid at his latlwa*'® home
la«t wieek,liavinig made the tiri#
oveirltund.
corn w«B
planted as eeurly In this liieigliibor
hood as dm Aish Creek. George A.
Woodiard Cinlsihed pbunititmp on the
12 th of May.
M.ifis Beta Feruton, who haa bee®
at XHLL1 City for some monihlts, is
again at home.
Mir. Van Gamp, a real estate dee.1
©r,
aocompainied by his family, ralli
ed at this pLace Last Monday. They
were returning from aai auto trijp
through Meade county and the
HI Is.
Gottfried Picker, of Dupree, was
ciuLMimg on. friends at tihfis ami other
places Ln Stan,Ley county. He
seems well pleased wiith hits mm
home.
C. L. Sherbutrne, the Jewetts' m&
preaemtatiive, was solk ltlng am. or
dre at this place last week.
Stance the mail has been carried
to this place Sn am automobile we
are baginnimg to feel as
if
we
o^d awtttod ooumtry.
are
RIDING IN AN AEROPLANE
Junes Hopper Describes His
tions During His First Flight
Through the Air.
James Hopper, who rode as a paa-1
aenger in an Antoinette aeropian«,i
thus describes his emotions In Every-!
body'a:
"And then- good Lord, what Is
that! At first 1 thought that we had!
struck au abandoned quarry aud w«re
hurtling through a pile of stones.
Then, more plausibly, that we bad,
passed from the grassy plain U a
road of torn up macadam. But neither
of thes» suppositions answered quit*
the question put to mo by my 8*nses.
We seemed to roll on a medium singu
larly hard. Hard «nd smooth, and yet
sown with roughness. It felt at If w«
were upon a road of adamant laid
upon the bedrock of the earth, and
as if upon this ada-mnntino road peb
bles hard and faceted like diamonds
had been strewn. Upon the hard,
smooth substance fhe machine glided
level, but excited to a furious trepi
dation by the bristling diamonds. "We
are going through a rock pile.' I said
to myself, returning to my first un
satisfactory and yet moi«e plausible
supposition. We were flying, by
Jove! That was the meaning of this
hard going, this tremendous trepida
tion. t'Yom the fientlo earth we had
passed to the ways of the air. That
adamantine, resilient and diamond
bristling surface upon which we rode
now, it was the azure of the skies. It
was ozone. It was ether. It w'as every
thing that is hazy and impalpable and
blue and It felt like metal, like rock,
like chrome steel, like the compressed
bowels of some planet smashed be
tween two suns. I was flying, and it
was like drilling. I was feeling the
earth, and the earth was foftowing
me, jealous and vigilant, gripping me,
stubbornly and implacably, with Its
earth sensations.
I
We Willi veiatuixi to say th.ut one
more fair of fa/ie or more gracious!
in mananeir iKsver delivered mailj
for Uncle Sam In SUtniliey county
than itlie ma id wjho carried It last
Ssi-tiii lniaiy from Nitteberg to Stewart
I'Laco via Old Traiil and retuiin. Her
luune? That's for you to ©mess.
WAS AN INVENTIVE GENIUS
Knobs on Strings of Honey
—Why It Failed.
1
i
DRESSMAKER AND NOVELIST
Unable to Spell, Marguerite Audo*ix,ta
Paris Seamstress. Yet Write*. a
Most Remarkable.
Book.
It. Octave Mirbeau discoveredNMau4
rtce Maet -rlinck. He has now discov
ered an ihitprate seamstress who Is a,
nove.igt of enius, Marguerite Audoux.
She never learned how to write does
not know how to 8pell i but she has
written a remarkable bootk, "Marie
Claire/* Slif earned ber living/with
hT i oedle anl thread, and in her'short
intervals of leisure write her autobiog
raj-hy. Her sight falling her, she1 had
to pfve up sewin and, to keev
1
the
wolf irom the door, thought, of turning
ber .MS. to account The late Charles
I.oi'i I'idlippe, liiir elf a novelist
who escribed tho lif" of*the»»poor with
muct1 pov. r, read anuecript, .aud
advi ^d r. above jJl, not to try to
leari style, but to pro on writing as\she
had 1 ?fore. He to^^ ^inr MS. to the
Coun ess Mathleu de Noailltes, but the
latter was "scandalized by the bad
spelling," and poor Chafles Louis Phil
ippe died when still a young man.
Mirbeau has now taken up the seam-1
stress-novelist, and her novel has Just
h~en issued, with an enthusiastic pref
ab y him. I have Just read the book,
and n'n amazed by its Hterry ffinish.
Ever one who has i*l the writ
ing ol beginner -, kncv 's that i ieir over
whelming in'ii' is to S3 too much. To
say Just mrh is proT'iablv the height
of art. Mnrgncr't0 'J
ate seams ress, almosi
her novel, w Vb Is .just the plain,
pathetic, aud often tragic account of
her own life, she never says too much.
To teH a really unvarnished tale* is, as
every writer knows, the mast difficult
task of all. If no one has pruned her
novel—and we are positively assured
that no one has touched her
Heal Estate Transfers
lTnited Slates to
William Ellis
Ernest W Reeves
Hetta Russell
Minnie
Xer4
John Parilek
Eugene Motter
George Emerson
Eugene S Nelson
Marcel la Nelson
Byron I'nderwood
Timothy Hartnett
Delia Mc.Mahan
Carl Wagner
Walter E Brown
Charles E Wheeler
James McLaron
(•eorge Brown
Orvie Leffingell
Zoe LaPlant.
Horace II Ciuuld
Fred 1' Parickmm
Harry Furne
Thomas E
keenatl
Paul S Stapleioo
Floyd E Penney
Eva Maude Kilinear
Katherine McC&be
Jefferson I loon
Peter Patterson
Eilen
Haiirahan
James A Smith
John N Young
Isaac Stanley
Eugene A McDonald
tiust Linder to Ethel E Parcel Is
lots lsiu hlk 20 Fort Pierr® II 00
John Lock hart reg to Gilbert
liiuistrud s sw 4 n nw 9 7n 24e
John Lock hart reg tt 8yd
Man Devised Contrivance for Riveting) ton w sw sw 13 se se 14 lie lie 23 nw
nw 24 3s 19e 93000 00
K Grunn & wf to Sarah O Grunn
w ne n .se 25 2n 23e tl 00
"That man once invented a great)
labor-saving device that he expected to1
3iake him rich, but his hopes all came*
to nothing."
"What was it?"
"It was a contrivance for riveting
tittle knobs upon th^ stingers«of honey1
Ciees, thus rendering them harmless.
He got his idea from seeing a cow with
fcnobja on her horns to prevent her
from goring."
"Why was it titst his invention
Jidn't pan out?"
'That was the strange part of lt-i
Sou 6ee, bees are queer things. As*
*on as he would got hia little knob
fastened upon the stinger of a bee the
blamed thing would just sit around,
tapping on the floor of the hive with .it
Before he had completed his invention
ao li^e had ever been able to make it',
nois of that kind. Well, sir, all the*
bees tliat had knobs on their stingers
lust somed to give up their ambition
as
'liny gatherers, and there they
wouM ait, proudly drumming on the
Boor of the hive, hour after hour,
wMV the bees that didn't wear knobs
tfo.n.l hang around listerring. instead
Jf ing about their busii»ess. So he
bad 'o give it up but I understand
tli.it he's working on a new thing
which he expects to tarn out much
better."
"What Is it?"
"It's a machine for fastening Hah
together so they can be used in
doors Lt the place of. isinslaaa."'
ms, thei illiter-a The Review
reaches it. In 1
books for sale.
MS.
be­
yond correcting the spelling—Marguer
ite Audoux is all unconsciioasly a suc
cessful disciple of Ouy de
Maupassant.
It is said that the Academy of Ten,
founded by Edmond
de Conoourt,
thinks
of
awarding her
its
annual prize.
Alay
rcne 23 4n 26e
W llall Irons reg to James Mc
Heiirv w bw se sw 15 3s 20e
Edward Stehbens & wf to
A
Hunker w ne 13'»n 2fe *2700 00
Dellman Brown to Gustoff &
Frank (Jilley sw 15 In 23e fl 00
Marceila Nelson & lib to to Ben
(Jerlicker w sw 32 3n lse $2750 00
John Reding Jr to Walter Ash-
Said Alay to 11 Basilar rah if 4 ne
23 4n 2te I120(i 00
W Hall Irons reg to William Welns
lots i 2 s ne 1 Is 18«
Jacob Wieland & wf & Ernest Wie
land & wf to Christopher Wieland w
lots 6 7 e sw ti 2s lwe 3000 00
John Lockharl reg to Harry E
Walton ese 25 2n 24e lot 4 se sw
30 2n 25e
Luclwig Siverson to Sven Pederson
w se 28 Is 24e $100
Warren It Beckett

Phillip & wf & MagnuaK
W
Easthouse
w se 2K 3n 23e $1 00
John Lockhart reg to Earie
Welch se 11 Hn 27e
W Hall Irons reg to £lza McCulloch
nw nw 15 In 19e
James Six & wf
to
ImmberCo w
Fullerton
lot 12 blk 6 Interior
S I
Edward Larson & wf to Andreas
Abrahamson lots 1 2
e
nw 19 3n 20e
i U 00
Jay Elshire to Victor Wolff
lot 18
blk 5 Kadnkc S $.i50 00
Milwaukee Land Company to Jas
Six w lot 12 blk 5 Interior S 975 00
Saiue to Fullerton Lvuiber Co
lots 10 blk Interior $
Charles Tyler & wf
to George
Adams &
John Tyler w se
6 8n
$2500 00
Genevrie S Thrarus
2Ue
Joseph Rarr & wf to Edna A Price
lots 10 1112 blk 110 Ft Pierre S tl
Charles A Conklin & wf to Leverett
1 .Super
w e se
it
te lot
cleaning establishment in the Wray
building, opposite the Winchester
hotel. Tiiey will handle all classes of
work, including the cleaning of
guarantee the
51
tf
ladies' garments, and
work satisfactory.
The Review carries a big stock of
legal lumiks. including those blanks
most duxmonly u*ed, Send for price
list.
Service* *re held at- the Catholic
church onrJie second and fourth Sun
days of each month, llev. Charles
Goergen, Pastor.
FOR REST -Five room house and
barn, $12 per month 3 room house 110
per month. .Inquire of
E.C.
to Rose
Cossairt sw 10 Is 19e $1 00
William Burns Jr to Charles
Burns w sw 13 4n 18e $2304) 00
0
*L6oti 00
Clarence E Cojrne
On
26e
Sheriff
Prat her w part lot 17 blk 29 Ft
Pierre S I) $7«o 00
II Waddell & wf to Fred Splan w
sw se 14 3n 20e $1000 00
Cliiford O Main & wf to Benjamin
S Praiher I) lot 1« Fart 17 blk
29 Ft Fierre HI) $1 00
E.
C.
Davis
& Co.
have opened
Wm.
Chambers, w««t Oak street. 51tf
township
Township OTder books can
fcained
poll
hat
be ob-
at the Review office.
The Presbjrberian ladies aid
tacrnety will with Mrs. EL L,
Kieith on Friday evening, May
jjflih. Gentlemen invited. Pro
ceeds of the evening go toward the
ilcxver fund. All are cordially in
viteil. Mrs. G. GL Wheeler, Secy
52-2t
t*UUUB THRU*
Mass Meeting 10:00
tmrn.
Mi Et Church Services
Sundays
a. m..
^reacliiutf 10:30 a. m.
Sunday School 11:45 a. m.
unior I^eague 3:00 m.
Cpwortli I^'ajfue 6:45 p. m*
Preaching following league sof«
ico.
Midweek Service
Prayer mooting Thursday 7:80
m. Kver.N body welcome and
invited to attend.
C. H. Bryan, Pastor.
Announ ement
We have taken over the Panta
toriurn, and are now prepared to
clean and press your suits ttt til#
Clothing Store.
For aorenew of the nitMclea whether la*
duced by violent exerciNe or injury, Chun*
berlnin'o l.inimeiit in excellent. Thin lini
ment is alwo highly eHteemed for the relief
it aiibrda in cases of rheumatiam. Sold t|r
Pioneer Pharmacy.
You Want Your Goods Handled
Promptly and In a Satisfactory MM*
ner call Phone No.
50.
Leave order at Uta Pioneer
Ph'mcy
THE CITY DRAY Fred Block
DR. F. H. BORST
DENTIST
Ofleohours ttoClt
New office
Plidtn 70.
Jt wf
lie!
om
W. Pin* oppoM
Mw P. O. building.
PHILI*
S.
II
Aldrich & Son
Undertakers and
Funeral Directors
(fells Answered Day
or
Night
Business Phone 32 Res. Phcmafl
PHILIP, SOUTH DAK.
Atlas Lumber Go
Sell dimension lumber, lath
shingles and all kinds of
building material.
We have large sheds in which
our material is stored
kept in good condition.
Call on us
DAVIS
Decorating and Intrior
Finishing
HOUSE PAINTING
Headquarters at Winchester
Hotel
Philip, South Dakota
Davis
E. Q.
to
Contractor
and Builder
Estimates ChMfluU# VwmUheA
Philip S# D.
Riverside Ranch
Th« Home of ood Milk
My Motto
Cleanilnesti Is Next to ttodltMM
—My Product
Abwriutaly whole milk, aired* eoeletf
and bottlai*
&f liverd Night and Morning
F. E. Morrison, Prop.
s. M. KYDE
Physician and Surged!!
Galls answered day or night
Office and residence
0
North
Center
Street. Phone 38
J. H. JOHNSON
A O N E Y
Office 2nd floor Stoek
Growers Bank Bldg
VQRT PIERRE S.

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