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We .~?K S LOCAL See Bielski Farm Loan Com' pany for a loan on your farm. Mi.ss I. E. Sibert, .J ^T'^vV :^tfv:_ fct ^OtU/ Wiostai hvLto'die^ isiL ua Atifibty Xlh& wjujhjeAMpj -'..., nf need «#reggfeft who KNOWS HOW just as much as you need a knowing doctor. We do not keep you waiting all day when you bring your prescriptions to us: we fill them AT ONCE and use only highest grade, unadultered compounds. Th is is why our drug business has grown. We accom modate our customers and they believe us. give you what you ask for. PIONEER PHARMACY F. G. SCHWARTZ, Prop. The NYAL Store Telephone 50-A I I 5 A K We Ehstiver by Parcel Post Always on Top KING PHILIP FLOUR DfsMoiue^ arrived Friday for a visit with her sister, Jlrs. H. W. K1 wards. Lea mi to earn more. Take a course in Mankato Commercial College, Mankato. Minn. Send for catalog. 33-2t Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Babeoek, of Chamberlain. arrived Sunday in their auto from Redfield, wlieiv they had been visnting. and are guests at the home of his broth er. F. E. Babeoek. west of the city. For Sale—43weep feed grimier. will grind ear corn, shelled corn and all kinds of grain. Nearly new. John Urban, Philip. 33-4t A laughter was born yester day to Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Johnson. of Armour. Mrs. John sou i« at the home of her par ents. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Morri on. Mrs. Jessie Hawk, who is teaching the Grand view school, six miles south of the city, has the couijjtv superintendent the prize the school exhibit won at the state fair as being the best exhibit in manual training fram a rural school. Will have car of applet about the middle of Oct., both bulh and barrel. H. A. Knmm. (J. Picker sold his Rosebud mai-l route to J. H. Galentine, of Rosebud. Mr. Galentine will take possession as soon an ar rangements can be completed. Mr. Picker expects to locate at Philip in a garage.—White Riv er News. The first number #f the Pacafkj Planter ha& been. re ceived. The publication is issued from Fresno, California, aantl bears the name of A. W. Pre witt as publisher. It is the only publication of its kind in a large section of that state and the publisher feels that it will fill a long felt want amonig the growers. Mr. Prewitt a few weeks ago suffered th* com plete loss of his job* printing plant at Fresno by the wrecking of the btiiJding it occupied but has since erected a building of bis own there and secured a new plaat. He writes hi* Philip friends that he is enjoying a good husisww, which is growing as *n« J. INCE Physician & Surgeon tiradu&ieot iiellevut- IU»iiial Mflical College. i«*w York t'ity. SOUTH DAKOTA PHILIP. For quick sale, Hal your land with Will R. Walpole. Mrs. "\Vm. Sehuette and da ligh ter, Miss Klsie. were passengers last night for Rochester, Minn., to consult Mayo Bros, with re spect to the latter'« health. A dance will be given at tin* 1*. J. l.liey home, east of E!lwn. on Friday night, Oct. 16th. Philip orchestra. Supper wilt }e served, and good time is in store for all. Don Kennedy, of firrnfctstone, left Tuesday night for Huron, af ter sending a day or two at the home of his sister. Mrs. F. Roush, in this city. Mrs. C. E. Morgan and Mrs. K. Mattisnn. of Milesville, were passengers Tuesday night for Mien. Nebr., where they were ailed by the serious illness of their mother. Bulk apples per bu. 90c bring your sacks to arrive about the middle of Oct. Will announce date of arrival later. H. A. Kumm. George Lord left Tuesday night, for his home in Percival, Iowa, after a visit at the home of his brother, Sturgis liord. near Grindstone. The mother and sisters of Tom Keenan. a former resident of the Oriindstone country, are anxious to locate him. He was last seen near Grindstone about two years ago. and since then •v lave been unable to hear anything of him. He waa a short, rather heavy-set man. with mustache. Anyone who can give any information as to his whereabouts are asked to write the Review, so that such informal tion can be sent to his relatives. Will state papers please copy? The most enjoyable event of the season was spent at the Wal dorf home last Thursday even ing. A number of the ladies gave Mrs. Camion a surprise.The early part of the evening was spent at card playing and danc ing, after which a bounteous lunch was served. All being able to wear a anile, thought to seek more amusements. Those a po etic mood gave roar and laugh ter till the wee hours of the night. Much praise was given to the musicians. The merry party will ever keep in memory, "Be and be H."—Conteifeiited A daughter was born yester day to Mr. and Mis. 1). W. Frost, of Powell. Will have car of applet Wednesday Oct. 21st. Bulk per bu. 90c. Barreledt per barrel $3.75, H. A. Kumm. Mr. and Mrs. John Fetrow, of Seattle, Wash., arrived a few days ago for a month's visit at the home of Mrs. Fetrow s par ents. Mr. and Mis. P. J. UiR\\\ near Elbon. Miss Edith Stoermer return ed Saturday from Rapid Osty, where she has been for the past month to receive treatment. Robt. Prochazka and family arrived Friday from Hillsboro. Wis..and are occupying the Wad dell house, just west of the Pres byterian church. Mrs. Frank Hart, of Milesville. left Monday night for Pipe stone. Minn., for a visit at the parental home. Want to sell your land? For a quick deal see Will R. Walpole, Philip, S. D. Mrs. Edw. Ryan ami Mrs. Margaret Seam I on arrived rnfUer day from Agar and are visiting at the home of Mrs. Ryan's par ents. Mr. and Mrs. M. Corniek. northeast of the city. Geo. F. Britton. of WelWmrjr. is enjoying a visit with his mother.who arrived the fore part of last week from her home in Rrainerd. Minn., to spend a few we.-ks with him. The eastbound passenger Sun day night did not reach here un til about five o'clock, some five hours late, .caused bv the disabling of the engine while at Qninn. Mrs. Clarence Welster arriv ed Tuesday from Assiniboia. Sask.. Canada, and is visiting at the home of her si«»ter, Mrs. Ben Carr. Today is s busy one in the city. The crowd has been attracted by the advertisements of the horse buyers and a large num ber of horses have been brought in for their consideration. Perry Tavlor was here over Sunday and spent the day with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. Taylor, leaving on the night tnain for his home in Coon Ra pids. Towa. He attempted to make the trip with his auto but met with delay* in several points and finally an accident at Chamberlain made it necessary for him to abandon the machine. Fifteen of the local biisi ness men have contracted with the Redpath lyeenm bureau for a course of four numbers dur ing the winter, and a committee is now selling the season tickets. The attractions are all high class amd can be attended with but little expense if season tickets are purchased. All the local people should patronize the course during the coming winter. Frank M. Rood returned Sat urday nighit from a trip to points in the northwestern por tion of the state, in company with Judge Rice, candidate for congress. Judge McNewny. candi date for judge in the eighth cir cuit. and J. E. Handlin, candi date for state auditor. Belle Fourche. Harding. Camp Crook. Buffalo, Redig. Hoover and Sulphur wme amowg tfto paints visited. The Methodist conferene^. held at Wessimgton Springs during the nast week closed S&undav night after making assignmmfs Rev. Gillespie, the pastor of the local church for the past ve«r, was assigned to Orai and Buffalo Gap: Rev. S. C. Olds comes to Philip and also has the church at Quinn. Other appointments in the county are C. M. Weiranch. Midland and Haves J. T. Gur nev. Nowlin and Oapa: R. C. MeRe molds, Weta and Interior. PHILIP SCHOOL IfOTKS The following have, as a re sult of the examinations held the latter part of last week, re ceived "red ink I" for having the highest standing in their respective grades for the month: 11. Bernise Jannaa. 10. Leon Mueller 9. Irwin Line. 8. Dorothy Holbrook. 7. Fave Morrison. 1. Grace Keith. 5. Wealtha VaJliant. 4. Elma Peterson. 3. Leota Johnson. 2. Carol Bietatt. DR. S. M. KYDE Physician & Surgeon Tesu»d—Him* s Fitte-i Philip, South I)akota. LOVE AND LAND I VALUES MIXED Very evidently there is a fel low down at Franklin. Illinois, that believes in mixing business with pleasure. The other day. when he invited a young lady to g» to the show with him and also made inquiry regard ing the assessed value of a qunrf section of land in thus county, he put the JetteTO in the wrong envelopes and jug gled li is postscripts a bit. As a res ml t. when County Auditor Jam-s Quigg was going through his mail the other morning. he opem an envelope addressed to his office, mid read the follow ing: ''Franklin. Illinois, October 7, 1914. Dear Edith: How woii'ld you like to go to a show 1 There is a good one Sat urday night. Let me know whether we could not take a little trip together. Most anv time would suit me. Yours, Fied Hillsingntr." P. S. If there are any real estate men up there you might give me their names." Whereupon our county audi tor smiled a smile, turned the letter over and wrote on the back thereof th** following answer: "Dear Freddie: Call me "Edith" or anv other pet names you like. County of fieers are tmuscd to that out this way. and it pleases me. Too far to the show Saturday night, but the "little trip" looks good to me. Make early arraage ments. Tom*. .Tames A. Quiffqp, County Audi-tar. Stan-lev County. South Dak P. S. There are several real estate men in this county. Near lv anv of them would go to a show, and ope or two of theni might bp willing "to take littl.. trip." Will be pleated to introduce von. Jim" of 111 Sale Of lt«»I K«ta#F the Matter of tti«p Rgtatp of Oeorpf W. Rurd, deceased Whpreas, An order r.f the County Court of Kingsbury County, South Dakrta, was made on th« 29th day of September 1914, dir*»et«iTie: 8a nvantha A. Burd as the Rx«eutrix of th» estate of the above nam^d Georjie W. Burd, deeeaspd, to sell at private gade pertain real estate, the property aa:d deceased. Now Therefore, in pursuance of wtd order of sate the undersigned will, on or after the tenth day of vember 1914 ael] at private sale to the highest bidder the real estate in u order of sale describ ed, to.wlt: Lot Number Eleven (11) of Blrrlt Number Three (3) of the City of DeSoiet, County of Kings bury tnd State of South Dakota: also the South haJf (1/,) of the Soutji alf (I/,) of Section No Fo«r(4i, Township No. Four (4) Nortli ,tnd Ran^e No. Twenty (20 Bast of the B. H. M. in the Coun ty *f Stanley, State of South Da kota The terms upon whiek and rropertv Wiilf! he sold are as foTTows^ all the pur-base prLoe thereof payable in cash. Said reaJ estate will be offered for sa'e at the office of the Coun ty Judire in the City of De Smet n said '.untyof Kta^sbury and bid« ia writing Tteoelved at said place. Samaatha A. Burd Exe.-utr'x gt Uie Estate of George W. Burd, deceased. NOMORE DANDRUFF THE 6IMRMITEED REMEDY Every tattle Is sold under a positive guarantee to give satisfaction or money rofundod. Sold st UMTS BARBER SHOP », & O. Ribbons for L. C. Smith Bros. and Oliver typewritm at Review office, tf indicate— the Wanted—A carload of hogs. Will pay highest market price Wm. Keene. 25-tf A(iKNTS WANTED Highest Cash paid weekly with part expenses. Outfit Free. H«me territory. Start now. Write THE HAWKS MR SF.UY CO. Wauwatosa. Wis. Making Suit and Overcoat History FRESH AND CURED MEATS Wholesale and Retail Fish Celery Oysters Highest Prices Paid For CATTLE HOGS HIDES CITY Meat Market More interesting to you than war news is the clothes news from this store—You are affected immediately through our ability to bring profit to you— Hart Schaffner & Marx have given us suit models that are distinctly different in weave, coloring, style individuality in the lines, striking fashioaa, far greater values UMB Have you seen the new patterns in Tartan plaids, checks, pin stripes, etc? Prices $18.00 $20.00 $22.50 $25.00 and $30.00. Other reliable makes of suits and overcoats for $12.00 $15.00 $18.00 20.00 and $22.50. We can show you all the new colorings and nifty makes in Mackinaw Coats, prices $5.50 $6.50 $7 $8 $9 $10 $12 and $15. We solicit mail orders and pay all transportation charges THE Tony Clothing Co. A. D. HENCEL, Prop. Pierre* South Dakota A Word To Women When you spend your money you want full value for every cent you spend. Ymu insist on knowing ike rami vale# article you buy, and you are justly entitled to that knowledge. ftlw prices 1 You insist on having just what you want, and you are averse to accepting substitutes. That is the attitude of the discerning woman of Unlay, the woman who makes the home what We know this and have purchased our stock of Dry Goods with these requirements in view, purchased to please you, to give you that high combination of values and appearance which means real economy in every purchase. We give you exactly what you ask for—never substitute. The more you know of the value of our goods the better it pleases us, for then you will know that this is a store where *'economy" moans something more than mm empty word. See us for Groceries, Shoes ami everything in the General Mer* chandise line. Range Mercantile Company C. L. DOROTHY. Prop. Philip, South Dakota. 4'