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IldPiieriin^K in Count y and S'ate Some are rehaslted xome ^i\en credit where cred it ih due, and some areswiued I* nJiiv. Mis. Kst« Ha B. O oney, of Now lin, and Tild-cn W. Shook, of Belvi re, were married i» Pierre la®t T.uririay. Mr. and Sire. Charles Prk*e, at Ae*i Greek, are the panels of a flfte 10. pound ba4» bor, IHMti .la nh 11 tii. The Stanley county agricultural extension association has contracted with Vey J, Valentine, a gradua'e of the «tate oll'ge, to ac* as county agent for Stanley county. He en*ens upon his duties aert week. It will be ne*g to erur m.an.y renders to team that Bayne Mauj» in, Muu of Mr. «and Mrs. Tolbert Man inn, and Guy .Iaobg, former ly a re.side.nt of the mntry south of Wirt Pierre,are bo-i hj France«erv to b«it a prospective ®et tier on the iiientn.—Port Pi°ne Tims*. Timber Lake.—-Lyle Kyle of AT. llSfton, a prospective homesteader, in a rate ""'it the Milwaukee pawvniser from Isabel, arriv»l h/-re in his automobile la»l evening, cutlis»tainiing the train four mil'* and arriving five miniates before (IK United Sftates land offie had closed for the day. Kyde, who Iff* Isabel ten minutes after the train had pulled out, made record time to beat a prospective & ttler on the Iraki, who wanted to file 00 the same quarter of land. The trial at Prt Pietite George Jeffrie*, of #i«rfed wtuh rat- He rustling, baa aroused a largo amount of local interest. At the Hose of the testimony by the t, Jttdge Hughes directd the Jurors o bring in a verdict of aoquitltal, »wt wh^-n ttiey retired to their jury room they could not agree to .e findings cf the court. A fler being out all afternoon and stand* rig eight for conviction, and fl-MiT foi acquittal, "they wem called dn and d'i« ixtrgied. Jeffries and P*wry Graves, charged with b^Jng impli cated in tihe scinie offense, were each plated under bomls for ap» penraiic-e at the wxt term of court. Judge Win. Williamson and court reporter Boy lea came out from Otcoma, on Tuesday and, held a abort term of eireufet court. Tih« only cases heard were two divorce cases and separation waa granted to .Hns. Fern Lawrence of Relvj fl're and to Mrs. Martha Olson of Powell. Judge WHWamaon paid a nie compliment to our county of i'i( ifllg and eapecialfly to deputy lerk of counts Hrarhove^ and state* attorney Easthouse for the way they had Uie court matters in hand. The next term will be held during the week of September 18th, and it Is expected that the calendar wiM be cleared at that time.—Ka. doka Pneaa. Fort Meade 1« aeain practice fly depojmlated, and there are those who le!Jeve that If jt is never R_ sain peopknl by 4he mflMtary jt will be better for the town of Sturgis, Meadf county and the lilack Hi MB geiierallR', that is ff Che governmieut will abandon the post and sell akl the lands of t#ie rnili,#arj- r^iiprva. t:on to aitiial »?f'tlers they say, are worth more to the country than soldiers. Th* [Kisit haa been an irnmrbHtntrtial crt«th for many year*, and if taken away, no on** wifTl try 0 lean upon it. The stu-pplies for the poat are awarded to the lowest bidder and at ratoa ^o l»w rthat there would be no pro fit to lor-al merh aorta or fariu«i« "ven ithoug.li awarded lonrtiacts Deadwood Pioneer.Tini^s. ICWilSTItATI»\ OK IITT VOTKIIS The «ity registration boavd will ine«*t Tuesday., April 4th, at phte city haM, for the purpose of reK iKU»riii(f the electors for the aft. nual «4ty election, which tak^v plwe o» Tue«d«y, April 18th. I At. al voters w ho wi#li to partb ItKi^t ill the vprin-g c,jty election should fee that their names are pl-aeed cm the registration lists at thi« time- For the primary election, vwers within the citjr of Pbilip may grater with A. S. Anderson, clty audftor, until April 23rd. Town. »h.i7» «lerkH, In tihe organized ior. t.kii« of the oiu ty, and ap^rcia! r* ffistration -lerk« in the u» r%aiii'Z o«l portions, ane required to keep the books for their territories open until th-at date. After April 2.3nl, registration may be made uith the luvfy auditor. Slk«c« 4m said to be ftbe substitute wisdom. This placea thf poHtictoji, the attorney and the newspaper man n't of the safety first oloae, unless he happens to be a wise goiy. The newspaper man is tdie wor^t off of all, for he has to »jell the word* he uses—the other two merely pronounce them I and the stenographer does the re«rt. THE UNIVERSAL CAR Runabout $390 Touring Car $440 Coupelet $590 Subsctribe for the REVIEW. |7 VERY other car on the road it a Ford: more than half the cart bought thit year will be Fordt. There a mighty good reaton. Ford cart are filling a place in every field of human activity. Cott about two centt a mile to operate and maintain. Better order yourt today! Town Car $640 Sedan $740 io.bn Detroit Why pay rnord For tale by IRA J. WELCH I I A*k r- w & ,.v. VOL XI. No. 5 PHILIP. HAAKON COUNTY. S. D. THURSDAY. MARCH 30. U.i. have been .ontribuled by I'h:Wp m^chanta. Jet Philip Weekly Review B..ii,ish all of those doubtful Mi•m^lrt» forthwith—AND GET TO WORK. That, and nothing else, will win t-his contest. No one h«a gained a matrial U adl over an. tluer so tar. There nit foeaUoB but that his big Buh»irlpt4on and buaineM ^r**ttinc contest iB fhe talk of th« "•ntire county. The way the ballota a n A I V E N E W S LAST CALL FOR VOTES IN PIANO CONTEST Next Thursday, April 6tli, Is Closing Day-Huify Uf— Work Hard and Diligently and the Beau tiful Prize May Come to VIM At noon Thursday of next we**k where la the difference ao kmc the Review's jdano onteat will ome to an end by the c.t *infr of the ballot box- end all that wtU Jtu and merchants' conpofia have been well •onM'ng li't' the office are evidence of that. The contestants ahouiltt realize tiiiLt ca'A of the prizes of fered are well w rth their while, and no effort sfcould be spared on .heir part to be among the Hat of prize winners. If you tight one of these fine prizieg you would :a\ie to earn Jt In some way, BEAT. ESTATE TRAN8PER8 Myrtle Grayve I)ornber@er and to Ii« E Naah nw 17^.18 91200 Kenneth SeHeni to AbMe S. Wlii'ti)ey a bf ne. ne ve, se nw 18 /.18 $ 00 Gideon G. Creager and wf to Henry-"J. Brady outlot R, Mldlanid $ 1.00 Wte-ford C. Lewja and wf to '.U B, Binder nw »e, n hf sw, sw nw 2.6.24 $1.00 M. J. MiAhren and wt to F. W. 1 pp» S w 9.4.21 100 Martin V. Hayes and wf to Hugb TV»nk sw mw, nw sw 15-1-21 $1800 G. M. Helland antf wf to Olaf C. Gnaw lots 3, 4, e hf sw 31-5-24 $3500. Oaflrt A. GaUfon and wf to Wade Heiakell' !*»'«, 1. rnltmr e»am it legitimately. ,, PKnty of ,iire betwe* n now and remain to be done is to o«mt the u i*» colleetcd. GET BIJ8Y TO ballots and awatnd the beautiful DAY piano and Khe other prtxe. that ,h" next Tmifvday for anr ne to win, u, Mje llia, wil|' in Rvm(^ther fcmii prtM. TJM,® is «lll a ^Iwun-E tor y some ft od. Idve hustling to be ef fectlve. This is the laet. caU for vote* through these o iusnxia and in just a few days &• Opportunity will Iraive jWd. 4 C-4-22 $1.00 Wm. T. CunmIngham and wf to Carl Bnieksro ew nw, s hf ne, ne 29.4.18 10.00 Charles W. Biggs and wf to Wm. F. Wi'eon nw 15.2.22 $1000 •T. H. Watt era and wf to Fred E. Otte, tote 1, 2, s hf ne 5.2-2-'» 1 00 Walter Cheney to Robert li. ChPinev ne 1C.7.21 1.00 Heirs of Wm. Cheney to Robert L. Cheney 1, 2, 3 ), to# 1, ne niw aec 16.7.21 1.00 TJUIU May Cheney Spnirliog and 'MIS to R. L. Cheney a hf ne, nw ne, lot 1 aec 17, lot 1 aec 8.7-21 1.00 M-abel. Ju Xorfn and htie to Rob. ert L. Oheoey se 15.7.21 1200.00 Barnes Bros to bole E. Nash aw 1 2-2-23 $1000 Chnrdle E. Monaghan t© C. W. herrnenhorti se 19-4-18 1.00 Harry L. Btephena to Francis I. .Tones w hf ne, e hf mw 8-1-20 $3.10.00 Edna M. lfanlb«cfc and bug to Paul B. VanSfcyke, tmstee, ee 23. 1-21 5M.00 Maurice C. Ha maker and wf to H. C. Laietb and Wm Hoeee 19.5.21 1000.00 Western Town Lict Co. to H. E. Youtng tot 9 trik 11 MdHnd $4000 Samuel P. Teetere pat s hf on 4, e tkt nw 38.2.1$ William R. Berry pat s hf «e wee 10. e hf ne l*-$-18 Sarah Hinvfy pat mw 17.1.14 SUMftia aoU kaoto for mb at *t MmrUm ar_ .[|n mer hatXr cou. a 1 Ik» you know what this la going thp prevloi a ounts. Tli-*o ion. mean for your favorite contea. |«w may be obtained fr an*' of tan*.' ft nueene tJiat th^ laat oj-' he followinur men hams—S.pt vot« portiiin.if|y is gone, and either she or eaoli $1 a-h punrhaa -. Remind -r som*" th«r one of the «onU*. votar fnlen«'« that th»y mhould aak :-anit« h«s been victorioua. We can y the toupon* at the following tfi-uthfulDy say th4» week tliat n« itorcr. deriding fa.-'or in the last rount, as «!#iev haw been whm do-ing th*tr shopping and wt».b» d«.-. A Kunin. „er,4a«u C. M. Saueser. Jeweler. Pioneer Pharmacy, drilfB. AVdri and Son, furniture. C. A. McPcek, confectionery. Po*l» wii i# l|IE !i*t »f tlie I*HL testants. Seven of them are going «onijpfHue the Mst of prize win *, which wllli be announced In week's issue ih* Review: ll'sa Theima lielgeson, Philip. Hiss AIIdre\ Waldo, O'tutnwa. IIiw wreline Taylor, Phiklp. IIins Hazel Mueller, Ijucenie. Mm. Katkerlne H. WUMama. H»- Miss Violet (Jilien, Philip. Miss Anna Howe, GirMute:one. ^llrs. Rao OTonnelJ, Hillanrl. llias Clwlys Teeters, Rml'h. Alias Ceorgia Gittings, Milv'srilla Slim llUvie Hood, Hardin.groff, II rs. A S. Aiideirson, Pliilip. MHUS jiiWtrod Elsliire, MileevtB*. Jlise Eva Shroi'l. Philip. AIA WARKAXW C.IUil» County Treaeim-r T. FVrse41 on Tuesday issued a call for all the outstanding warrants againgt Haakon iounty, tiie Kpring pay ment of taxes having made the fuodn on hand sufficient to cover all of onir indehtc«dTie«»», excepting the amount due to Stanley county, whit hos not yet been determin ed. The taxpayef* of oar mv coua. iy have every reason to feel pr-mid of this record, in the face of or ganizing ithe county, a little more than a year ago, pirn basing uafes, reeorda, furniture, transcribing the re^orde from the mother county, ttml numerous eatraorddnary ex. I'ens. s total)rug more than $15,000, the county htas paid all expen«ea an*l from now on in all probability, until settfemettt is made with Stan ley county, «-an pay iash and do away with the warrant register. Not onily h-ave the baxpayees r.-a. eou for rongratnhi-t4T'fr the in selves, but the county officials as well, for these officials, thrunigh 'fficicnt, eionomk-al managoment of the businees of the county, have in a large measure made such (onditfcn possible. MOUIt|W)\ TO STATK OOf.f JSfW uy E. Morrison, son of Mr. and Mrs lv A. Morr.ison, of Elbon, h^« been named by the •'ate board ofj regents as one of the four addition. al HjieciaUate in the ext nslon divi. sion of ttie s^ate college*. 'itiese men w*B spend c*i«l r-ahle Ume wit 11 'ountv agem's, where pro- i blejus exist oalling fir their servfcee| During Che winter niontha th«*j- will Le «lijtai'led to short course work in mntlta that have not prg.auiz. ed umcier the state's agricultural extension act. Their atiivlt|ea wJll begin the fir»t of April. Mr Morrison, who h:is be n en gaged in somewhat similar w irk fo several years pas^, has moved to lirookingv, and a«sumes .the duti^a cf liveatocjt ape\iaUtft under the new plan, working f) pure bred aire*, breeding ilnrmits, exchanges feedin* probQems, efte. In life insurance an well aa in other thmga the beet in the cieapeat. I ahall be pleased to ?ive figures, iumI sample policies E. F. Waftden Ag«ut, N. Y. Mu-\ tual Life 1m., Oo. 4§-12t R0LL OF HONOR Pupils ne! ahsnn^ nor tardy the mcmilh of March. FIRST CHADK :I Rlfl^kl v 1.1.1 .1 1IIMMI :«o. I^amjvert SEC I GRADE Stanley Churcfi I'leve Panlel« t:ir!*-y Altltic' OflADK Th-lnia BhroH Pelrcs itov R. rrjr Kditl' Itiuyn Tt ir1 C^aiT WCIMIH AJ.lrl. Ji CltAPK |.l: i.rr*..|i FOi'llTIi «»hn ll.-ndrf.-ks I^a\rru- W«*k*h I..I ISIH.-M I.l.-V»l AMti« 11 FIFTH CRADK •lina If^tKtKon ^ta fVir.iflij- I^mb ima I'.-.l^rtior •*illarl H«-TU!I tctM 'si^ Wutmxii SIXTH GRAPE ra!! .Tohnson C*t*ufHl :la(lys Hriivru fniiiti, Jfolbrn^k I ltobins.-n J»1"'I IUit%«ik I Rcrr\ IJ. 'I I'IHIMI HUVEXTII CRAt»B "lar* SwMin Max l:l»inp«-n i-r ill.-n .* l-'is]ar J'mK WalilmT rmi Hrsi'J.!*i-lc Scroll Ml !i«»4 OihI.I llttsford KIM«- W.atwnnd IIM »L W.«r«l KiGHTII GUADR ono I'ovner ftrfwrt Morii.*on R\«lyri .IStH*n OIIIIHUS GRADE Kftilli flUTM A Mum ll'Plilini Cora Jlov.y M«u Kyde Thutiiim MiCulr* i-Iva Shrrill Am hoiiy Yi lolu I T.-all II Jtmliw r-tiii.ti Kl»'«-»«n KoUro*k •a.-. U«»\ey Mf '.»• ",i35»-l Mi.rphy .rai-« Verify hi.i W illiul u TK.vrir '.'••l.tii Ftflar ttnw Wllliainii k Cowrll iVme \VM1«OI» lata TIIUIUMI OltAUK latcMtiy rtitlltpS l"ll*rl»-K IliiCVer l*anlint Storme J/sKit-r iHirothy We»lf»y ll.'nmBSi *f flistwy IMgesoa tliilip I^rsi.n In'ti \V it«nr*l TfliRD Mi-f Tfartrer \1vr«n PHm« uiiciiw.t rtuw.-u i-M-ar I -.Trsnn l..v.J !!wSn PcK-t OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER v.itl rn n»a twi. olsen I'tm! S.-hfll Tnirle l^inip I 1'riifn llcrrl l.iin Intl.. ANNOUNCEMENT SK PHILIP, S. D. KI.KVKXTII GRAM Aim Bchwarts TWUI.FTH Cr.ADR !IKM* JarmfD J'islar ll»in- Teatl \Vnl!«i-«* Ump i:rk carman telitb .iiilia N'ittflxr^ roi: itKpnK:sk\TATl\: I(a\ltkg decided l4t M^ome a ^JdTtle u|Hn the r»|iublian ticket •r Repr« s nialive from the 2 7th •listrj-.t, I solKit y*iur v«Jte at the ^niing primary. 1 hare resided in liU djwrht for a good muno' veara past and 4f nominated and elerted will do my beHt to gfTv« the peo ple of tbe enih-e dlutrlit. J. f*. Rounrie, Inte rior, g. D. Energy, piiah, determination and hon«*sty wh«°n a*s onij*in1ed by a ourse of traluinn in the Mankato 1 Spe*4 llml-.n I illipn IN! ALI.LN.I '.IT IXI MTCTUIVL liity iH.iotliy NINTH 'onimer« |c« 1 College, M-mkarfo, Minn a in every time. Take a course In hutMneas or shorthand in the great hool and youH be a winner. Send i'or their «ata!ogu*'. It la free. 1-.r»t Having decided to go into whito- fa« e iatt!e ex« Tualvely, I offer all my shorthorn milk coin, helf«rs u:d xcarlings for sale. Will also make inteiv^ting figures on white face i-a-ttle. John I'rlMMi^ Philip. 8. D. $2tX buAhels Minfi*»sita 13 seed toin, grown in 1914, $2.50 per bushel. Shelled and graded. E. •. Morrison, Ettxa, 8. D. 2t4 We desire lo atuiouiice that we have purchased the entire stock, yards and business of the Atlas LumlNM Company, at Philip. Mr. EleeMin. who has been in charu' of the li jbii in the |ast, will continue resident niarm- ijei, ami will at all times ie ready and willing to give pr(»mpt aitentiou to all orders and furnish an.v information J«sired relative to jrour seeds in our line. We believe io extending to everyone courteous treatment and square dealing in every transaction, and we hope bv these methods, if you are not already a customer, to at least merit a -hare of your patronage. We will cheer fully furnish figures and estimates on anything in the build ing line, and we extend to you a cordial invitation to call on us when you are in town. A. C. Kingsbury Lumber Co. ii DA1I0TA Depositor's Guaranty Law This new law provides that each state bank shall set aside in a special account on its books one-fourth of one percent of its own deposits as a guarantee fund to protect depositors not only in that bank but in all other institutionsdoin^ a banking business under the State Laws of South Dakota. The law jroeseven further, iftferoofrli an extraordinary calamity the fund be come exhaust**!, the state would issue certificates to the depositors, payable the next March and would assess the bank* to meet the certificates. We are a member. Your deposits here are il AKANTKEI by every state bank io South Dakota- First State Bank of Philip PHILIP, &. OAK. \A I i fflhii iifctydiv iium k W"