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MONEY FOR FARM LOANS—
Write Ralph Vandercook, Ft.
Pierre, S. D. 32tf
I ti«v« tftkan svtr th» shop part off
WiXTH) TO BUY UJKB FOB
omh—l will pay oasfe far
nereral q«arttf MgHM.
iU*pk Twrdwk, Ft Hem.
Farm Loan Department
Over $1,000,000 loaned on Western
South Dakota land.
Rural Credit Loans negotiated. V
Farm Loans secured at best rate* «£d
Real Estate Department!*
LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD
1 List your land with us—no charges
tm!ess sale is made.
We own several good quarters and im
proved farms, also a 2000-acre sto^k
ranch will sell on easy terms.
Correspondence Invited sf
THEY GST RESULTS
FOR SALE—Good mammoth
jjack, at O'Neill's barn. 41tf
.'•d» all kinds of repair work. F. W.
ii— .i ii 'iri'i tin in H"V|ii i TiiiliiurtWu
TAKEN UP—Team of gray
mares, one 2 year old iron grey
colt, one roan pony. J. L. Baker,
FOR SALE—A good business,
money maker also a good resi
dence and good lots. Address
iBox 3, Philip. 47tf
Wo are In a pofltlon to handle
-•ja few choice quarters of Stanley and
^Haakon county deeded land. Write
'Us. Northern Investment Company,
Fort Pierre, So Dak. 16tf
WRITE F. A. MART, MILES
VILLE, FOR FARM UOAN8 AND
SNAPS IN HAAKON COUNTY
Estray—A liberal reward for
information leading to recovery
of cattle branded B—B of left
aide. George Wobbe, Elbon, 31tf
OLDEST LOAN COMPANY IN HAAKON COUNTY
REFERENCES: Any Bank in Philp, Pierre, Brookings, or Howard, S. D.
Wanted—A waiter, male or
female good wages for the right
party. Ed Donahue.
For Sate—The NW'/ sec. 18
3-18. Price $2,300, easy terms.
Address Dennis J. Duggan,
Woodstock, Minn. 50tp3
For Sale—Purebred rose comb
Rhode Island Red roosters $3.50
each: bronze turkeys $8.50 a
pair. George Wiiiiaras, Nowliii,
The Farmers Elevator is in
the market for alfalfa seed and
is prepared to furnish sacks,
clean the seed and pay the high
est market price. 28tf
FOR SALE—Property known
as the "WryckofF Ranch," two
miles from Philip, S. D. Bids
may be filed for same with Phil
ip & Waggoner, Attys. 47tf
Strayed—Coming two year KM
old heifer, red with white Kfl
face, horns, branded Ml
on left shoulder. Please
notify Mike Mednansky, Philip,
S. D. 46tf
For Sale—Afew good broke
teams of work horses, geldings
or mares. Two registered Per
cheron stallions, one grey and
one black the later for sale or
trade. F. L. Gale, Philip. 50tp4
Used Cars For Sale—We have
several used cars for sale, pric
ed right. Auto painting. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. Call and
see us, one door east of Hen
dricks' garage. J. C. Bradstreet.
HE Chevrolet "Four-Ninety" Tour*
ing Car possesses all the necessary
qualifications and ability to satisfy those
Who, although desiring to spend a limited
tftuount of money for a car, wish to posses*
Bfi automobile having sufficient power and
all round capabilities to do all that can
expected of any motor car.
Chevrolet "Four-Ninety" Touring Car, $735, f.o.b. Flint, Mich.
I have just received a carload shipment of these cars. Look them over.
«|L A. BIELSKI
L. S. WHEELER, Manager
W& represent several of the Largest
and Best Insurance Companies and
write all classes of Insurance.
All losses adjusted and paid promptly.
Estimates and rates furnished free.
Insurance goes into immediate effect.
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For a good range or second
hand stoves see Ed Donahue.
Kodak Finishing Want«d.—Mail me
jrour next roll of filmsL If you want
SERVICE and QUALITY. ThJa now
finish will please you. If our work ts
not entirely satisfactory» It will not
cost you anything. (Isn't that a
.quare deal?) Art Lease, 10 B. Addle
St.. Lead, 8. D. 18tf
PERIODIC BILIOUS ATTACKS
Persons subject to periodic
bilious attacks will observe that
their appetite fails them just
before an attack. That is, they
do not really crave food but eat
because it is meal time. If they
will eat only a light meal and no
meat, then take two of Cham
berlain's Tablets the attack may
Build iiiat new rem* or repair the
old ocn with Ankorite steel
posts. A. C. Kinasburx Lumber Com
See The Farmers Elevator
before you sell your alfalfa seed.
ftitfJPHILIP WEEKLY REVIBW
A»k your dealer for TRIS
CO FLOUR. It costs more
and its worth more, tf
.50 and .55
A|ways on Top
KING PHILIP FLOUR
MRS. GEORGE SHERWOOD
Mrs. George Sherwood passed
away Monday at the home of the
family south of Cottonwood. Her
death followed a few days' ill
ness from pneumonia.
Mary Eliza Blackman was
born in Du Page county, 111.,
March 30, 1852. She was mar
ried to G. W. Sherwood in 1875.
She was the mother of five chil
dren, Marvin C., Clara May, who
died in infancy, Julia E., Fran
cis B. and Mary Evelyn. She
moved with her husband to
Crawford county, Iowa, in 1876
and lived on a farm near Vail for
over thirty years. Since 1911
they have resided on a home
stead near Cottonwood.
Besides the children she leav
es to mourn her loss four grand
children and her brothers, Dr.
F. H. Blackman, Geneva, 111.,
John Blackman, San Diego, CaL,
S. C. Blackman, Tilden, Nebr.,
and G. T. Blackman, Philip, S.
Interment will be a! Vail,
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Oran F. Truesdell and wf to E.
A. Crockett w hf se, e hf sw 21
Frank C. A.rens to Frank J.
Bangasser lots 3, 4, e hf sw 19
William D. Neal and wf to H.
C. Dickson lots 6, 7, e hf sw £-4
Frank Haxby to Carl J. Hood
s hf ne, ne se 19, s hf nw, n hf
sw se sw 20-7-20 $3000.
Olaf Nygard to Samuel Stack
land lots 3, 4, e hf sw 7-1-20 1.00
Claude M. Flom to Christian
K. Madsen nw nw, s hf nw 24-2
Nancy M. Bellamy to Christ
Lewis ne 27-5-19 $2500
Francis M. McCoy and wf to
Theo. K. Muffat lots 2, 3 blk 4
Oscar G. Wollenburg et al to
Leon J. Britton s hf sw 5, s hf se
William E. Hollister and wf to
Estelle Lane se 35-6-24 1.00
Frank Slocum sheriff, to The
Beebe Co. s hf se, s hf sw 33-1
Same to Louise M. Crawford
lie 9-2-23 $995.30
Same to same nw 9-2-23 $995.
Albertina Rusch pat nw 33-6
Olava Eggen pat nw 25-6-24
Harry G. Huston pat se 25-1
Julia A. Rusch pat ne 33-6-24
tOR THE CHILDREN
Too much care cannot be ex
ercised in selecting a cough med
icine for children. It should be
pleasant to take, contain no
harmful drug and most effectual
in curing their coughs and
colds. Long experience has
shown that Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy meets these con
ditions. It is a favorite with
NoW fs the time to have your
old tires re-treaded with the new
Western Re-treading machine.
I do alt kinds of vulcanizing and
anti-skid work. Blowouts and
rimcuts are properly taken care
of. When you send in your old
tires state what tread you want,
plain, rib, bar.
Located In John Urban Gar
THE WESTERN VULCANIZ
ING AND RETREADING SHOP
GUST E. OLSON
Philip, S. D.
BUILDINGS, SIGNS, AU
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If you want to get as many
miles as you can for your money
Western retreaded tires will ap
peal to you. You will continue to
use them and tell your friends
about them. Simply bring or ship
us your tires. Upon arrival at
the shop the tire is first closely
inspected to determine if it will
justify to retread it. All loose
ubber is carefully trimmed from
the tread and all damaged and
unsound fabric is removed. Blow
outs and punctures being care
fully stepped out entirely new
sections are applied wherever
needed. These sections are made
an inseparable part of the tire
by curing or vulcanizing for for
ty-five minutes. Then the tire is
buffed to remove all dirt and for
eign matter, after which three
coats of vulcanizing cement are
applied. When the cement is dry
the tire is ready to be rebuilt.
The first operation consists of
applying a cushion gum. This
serves to absorb all severe road
shocks and protects the fabric,
also insuring a longer living
tread. Next a breaker strip of
great strength is applied then
the tread of great thickness is
applied. This is the last opera
Evidently Sioux Indians have
been affected by the strike agita
tion in the air at the present
time. The Indian freighters at
Pine Ridge, when they learned
that it was the intent to cut their
freighting rate from the railway
to the agency, served notice that
if any cut was made that there
would be an immediate strike,
and to keep the government
freight moving the strike was
"compromised" by allowing the
ii£a Jo ataiid.
American Legion Will
Friday, Feb. 6th
Pohle's Hall, Philip
Mr. M. L. Shade (formerly Lieute
nant Colonel, now State Command
er of The American Legion) and At
torney L. L. Stephens (who was a
Captain in overseas service) will
speak. All ex-service men should be
on hand at 7:30.
Dance Will Start About 9 p. m.
He says Fm a good
New Tires for, Old
•THE WESTERN VULCANIZING AND
A REAL pal- that's
Look at its record.
Three million smokers
—less than five years on
the market! Two words
tion before the tire is cured. Our
rebuilt tires are cured by the
"Western Dry Cure" method,—
the tire is cured to exactly tha
right degree of toughness thrtt
a scientifically determined len
gth of time—not too long or too
short. This is known as the
"Dry Cure" method, as no steam
or moisture touches the tire at
all and is conceded to be the
best method of curing tires. It
will be a new classy looking tire
—and what's more, you can ab
solutely depend on the tread
standing up under the most se
You wouldn't think of burning
down a house just because the
roof was worn out—you would
rebuild it. And now science has
made it possible for you to have
your old tires retreaded,—to
make them wear like new.
When tire is removed froX
the mould, tire, tread and rein
forcement have all been vulcan
ized into one solid unit —hav
ing the appearance of a new tit*
and in point of service excelling
many of those which cost more,
Don't confuse this with th#
half-sole or resoled tire.
Located in John Urban Garage '"r,'
Philip, South Dakota
Is a hip pocket a "vehicle
when used for transporting li|
uor and pants subject to confisca
tion? Such a case is up fof
trial in Chicago. If the govern
ment wins its contention it will
be well for a follow, otherwise
willing to take the chance, to i**
vest in an extra pair of pants.
Mother Holland has little Wa
ne concealed under the bed, and
"Pop's* waiting with a shingle
and distinct leanings towarda
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