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A DES MOINES fcANKER
V John A. Cavanaugh, president of the Des Moines N*t*
tonal Bank, in an address before the Farm Mortgage
Bankers Association of America, stated: At a recent
meeting of bankers in Iowa, attention was called to the
fact that only twenty years ago a similar meeting of
bankers had been held for the express purpose of deter
mining the best action to be taken should IOWA land go
to $37.50 an acre as then seemed possible. Today much
of that self same land is selling for ten times the prlod
which occasioned alarm then.
A GREATER OPPORTUNITY
fe open to the farmers of Haakon county today, becawj#
your credit is better: and the advantages greater to buy
the adjoining quarter on easy terms from the Rohan
Land & Cattle Co*
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Remember tte Name:
Rohan Land & Cattle Co.
a light weight kerosene tractor with
Furthermore, the Transmission is direct
spur gear drive. No bevel gears. Has 10
to 15 per cent more power at the drawbar.
Users write us time and time again—"Have
never used the ALLWORK on gasoline yet
except when starting. Have always UMd
kerosene without any troubla
Rohan. Land & Cattle
A. S. ANDERSON
ATTORNEYAT-LAW
Official Bonded Abstracter
Instrument* recorded Mid
Abstracts returned promptly
Phone Bed
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WEEKLY NEWS
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WE BUY AND SELL
Farms Ranches Cattle
Loans
Philip, S.
Insurance
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KEROSENE TRACTOR^
Backed By 13 Tears of Successfal Tractor Experience
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through any soil. It is equipped with a powerful 4-cylinder motor (5-inch bore and
6-inch stmke), the type of engine usually employed to pull 4 plows. A small high-speed
Ihofcor necessitates perfect conditions to develop its rated power or come anywhere near ful
filling claims made for same, while the surplus power of the ALL WORK enables us to make
good our claims easily without taxing the enj^j^e jfco ife fu[l capacity.
*tlii8 dependable tractor foritive^^ i: v
Gaaraateei To Ban KerosAie Sacceessfnliy
PHILIP WEEKLY REVIEW
because you win like our new plan
Chiropractic
Removes the cause of disease^
J. W. Barksdale, D.
Mrs. J. W. Barksd&le, D. C.
Tml No, 80 Philip, S.
of m-built power for pulling three
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The ALLWORK is an all-the-year-'round
tractor. It can be used to good advantage
Spring, Summer,. Autumn and Winter.
Reasonable in cost—economical in
We have eecured the agency for the
WORK Keroseiiei Tractor and will betgM
to explain ita many food frinte
to
Come in and see us.
p. DRAGER, Local Agent, u,
Philip, South Dakota
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A MITCHELL BANKER
Wm. R. Smith, president of the Mitchell National
Bank and Trust Co, in a recent address stated: "Buy
more land and hang on to it, because its the best invest
ment today. I have made ten times more profit on my
land than on my stock in the bank and trust company
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BUY NOW
because the prices are sure to go higher when the
Iowa and Illinois farmers, renters
and speculators start
coming this spring.
"SEE US FIRST"
of
Co-operatim. Let's do business—what do you say.
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OUR POLICY
We have land for
every purpose at a
price lor every
buying for you—it's
Remember the Town:
Philip, South Dakota
HEDGED IN BY SUPERSTITION
Coetome of Thoueande of Veare
•fcenue the Dally Lives tf Af
rican Natives.
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I did not realize until I waa rat
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ttie African bash how complex le the
life of a savage native, and how com
pletely he Is hedged In by rulee and
prohibitions, the breaking of which r*
suits often in death, if only by reason
Of his entire belief is the Inviolability
•f these rales, writes a British traveler.
On one occasion a burly, deep-chest
td native of mine temporarily lost his
•olc«. He came to me and spea&ng
In a whisper, said: "Bwana! (Master)
My most beaatlful child is dead. My
•Idest, but less beautiful child, is ill.
My wife has ran away, taking with
her my best cooking pot. I am not
feeling well myself. Is It your will
that I go away to sacrifice one chicken
that the Evil Eye may be averted?"
I laughed at this idea unUl I re
membered that, according to the eth
nologists, the natives have lived in this
Stage of ignorance for thousands of
years, performing every act of life In
accordance with those roles and pro
hibitions.
For instance, there are many strange
customs In connection with Journeys.
Before a long journey is undertaken
offerings must be made and complicat
ed ceremonies performed. The journey
must be abandoned or the coarse al
tered If a hyena has crossed the txafl
la a certain way, or if a woodpecker
calls from one side of the road. In
any case, it is the custom when croi
tug the first stream to dip the end of
the bow into the water and place it
to the Hps. If a nun drinks from a
stream he is about to cross, he most
retain the last mouthful and spit It
back Into the water when he reaches
title tfm
BIq Brother Movement.
The "Big Brother*- movement was
started In 1904, by Ernest K. Coulter,
in New York city. Since that time the
work has been taken up in over 100
cities. There is a staff of paid work
ers, supplemented by volunteers—
lawyers, physicians, merchants, etc.
The object is to obtain the cause of
the boy's troubles—whether it be tru
ancy, stealing, lying, running away
from home, etc. Then with the co
operation of parents, through the
medium of the "Biff Brothers," an ef
fort is made to build up within the
boy a sense of honor and food ddsen
ship. The headquarters are .at 200
F^lfth avenue, New Tork citt,
The Best Laxativl,
sedentary habits have
necessitated the use of an oc
casional laxative. I have triad
many but found nothing better
than Chamberlain's ft&letB,"
write* George F. Daniels, Hard
wick, Vt. Mr. Daniels la proprie
tor of the Harchrfck Inn, one tit
the model hotels of New Eng
land.
NOTtCC TO CRKOtTOlte
State of Booth Dakota, Cowty
Haakon, S3.
-d-%
of Henry R. Larson deceased, to th?
creditors of, and all persons having
claims against the said deceased, t»»
exhibit them, with the necessary
vouchers, within four months after
the first publication of this notice,
to the said Administrator at Philip
in the County of Haakon, South Da
kota.
Ira J. Welch,
Administrator of the estata of
Henry R. Larson, Deceased.
March 11, 18, 25, April 1.
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Notice of Hearing Admitting Foreign
Will To Probate
State of South Dakota, County of Haa
kon. SS.
In County Court
In the Matter of the Estate of Ge
neva H. Rice, deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
by order of the undersigned, Judge
of the County Court, in and for Haa
kon County, State of South Dakota,
made on the 9th day of March, 1920
that Monday, the 29th day of March,
1920, at ten o'clock, A. M., at'the offi
ce of the County Judge, in the Court
House, in the City of Philip, in said
Ha&kon County, have been fixed and
appointed as the time and place for
hearing the petition of W. G. Lane
that the will of Geneva H. Rice, de
ceased, heretofore proved, allowed
and admitted to probate in the Super
ior Court of the County of Los Angeles
in the State of California, be admitt
ed to probate, and recorded in this
said County Court, and that letters
testamentary issue to W. G. Lane,
the executor named in said will.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said county Court, this 9th day of
March, 1930.
(SEAL) O. K. Whitney,
Judge of said County Court.
Attest: A.S. Anderson,
Clerk el said County Court.
March, 11, 18, 25
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Notice is hereby given that the City
Council of the city of Philip, Haakon
County, South Dakota, will receive
sealed bids, at the office of the under
signed City Auditor, at the City Hall
in the said city, until the hour of 12:
00 on the 3d day of April, 1920
when and where the said bids will be
publically opened and acted upon.
The work to be done consists of the
construction of an extension and com
pletion of tie water works system
of the said city and the constructing
of a sewerage system for the said city.
Certified checks payable to the City
Treasurer of said city equal to 5 per
cent of the amount of the bid should
accompany each proposal and a surety
company bond equal to the proposed
contract price will be required of the
successful bidder.
Plans and specifications can be seen
at the office of the Auditor of Bald city
or at the office of the Dakota Engine
ering Company of Mitchell South Da
kota, or copies may be obtained from
the said engineering company.
The city reserves the right to reject
any and all bids or to award the con
tract for the construction of the
water works separate from the con
tract for the sewerage system. The
work will be paid for in cash and the
contract will be awarded subject the
sale of valid bonds of the said city
in the sum of fifty thousand dollars
on or before the 16th day of May,
1920.
P2itt% South Dakota, Man*
1920.
Will R. Walpole,
Mayor.
Atteet: .v Alvln Waggoner,
City Auditor.
March It, April 1st
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office, at Pierre, South Da
kota, February 14, 1920.
Notice is hereby given that Ray
mond Edwards, of Hardingrove, S. Dt
who, on May 24, 1919, made Applica
tion for Addl S. R. H"d (Sec 4,
Act 12-29 1916, No. 014651, for Lots 1
and 2, 8% NE%, WH SE*. and
SE% SEK Sea 1, and SE^ NEl^
Section 2, Township 6 North, Range
19 East, B. H. Meridian, has filed no
tice of intention to make Final Proof,
to establish claim to the land above
described, before O. K. Whitney,
County Judge, Haakon County, S. D.,
at Ph|lip, 8. D., on the 26th day of
March, 1920.
Claimant names as witnesses:
O. T. Manor, of Hardingrove, B. H.
John Beigstrom, of Hardingrove, 8.
D., Blsa Anderson, of XOMrrille, 8. D.,
Jsoms Robiaeo*, of Haidingrovet a
a
T. Cosaa,
NOTICl FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, U. 8.
Land Oftce at Pierre, Booth Dakota
Marefc 1, 192&
NoCloe is hereby ftven that Mathfida
Newman*
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who
e
Hm*l Hoaieeieid mtry, (9m% Act
WWN* MM. fori*| «*i,
mm iecHm Township i
to mCfeklish
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kon County, S. D„ at Philip. S. D„ on
the 10th day of April, 1920.
Claimant names as witnessefti
A. E. Denny, August F. Schullsi Hi*
ram Ramsey, Mrs. Tillie Kinney, all tff
Philip, S. D.,
John T. Cogan, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, U. B.
Land Office at Pierre, South Da
kota. February 14, 1920.
Notice is hereby given that VelM
W. Farnsworth, of Dowling, S. D., who,
on December 10, 1915, made Original
Homestead Entry, (Act 2-19, "09) No.
012934, for Lots 3, 4, and SH NW%
Sec. 5, Twp. 5 North, Range 18 HL,
and SWl^ Section, 32, Township 9
North Range 18 East, B. H. Meridian
has filed notice of intention to make
three year Proof, to establish claim
to the land above described, before O.
K. Whitney, County Judge, Haakon
County, S. D., at Philip, S. D., on the
25th day of March, 1920.
Claimant names as witnesses:
William Crowser, Leroy Herrmann,
James Crowser, Freeman Rose, all Of
Dowling, S. D.
John T. Cosaa, Register.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE.
Default has been made in the pay
ment of the interest due on the
money secured by a mortgage made
by E. L. Thomas, single, H. F. Thomas
and Lucy A. Thomas, his wife, mort
gagors, to Will R. Walpole, mortgagee
and thereby the whole amount of the
debt secured, both principal and hi
terest, has become due and payable,
and the power of sale contained in
said mortgage has become operative.
Said mortgage is dated March 29,
1917, and was recorded in the office
of the Register of Deeds of Haakon
County, South Dakota at five o'clock
P. M., April 2, 1917, in Book E-l of
Mortgages on Page 335.
The name of the assignee of s«A|
mortgage is W. M. Rainbolt said,
assignment being recorded at 2 P. M.,
September 28, 1917, in Book K, Pace
285, in the office of the Register of
Deeds, Haakon County, South Da
kota. Said mortgage contains a pro
vision that it may be foreclosed by
advertisement, and no action or pro
ceedings at law or otherwise has
been commenced to secure the pay
ment of said debt or any portion
thereof.
The amount claimed to he oa
said mortgage at the date of this
notice is $792.20, with tha further
sum of 125.00 statutory attorneys
fees, a total of $817.20.
The* mortgaged premises are des
cribed as follows: The northwest
quarter of section thirty-five in town
ship two north, range twenty-one
east of the Black Hills Meridisia,
Haakon County, South Dakota.
Notice is therefore given that ssfM
described mortgaged premises will be
foreclosed by a sale tnereof at pubtie
auction, for cash, at the front door of
the courthouse in the City of Philip,
Haakon County, South Dakota, on
Saturday the 17th day of April, 19S0,
at ten o'clock in the forenoon *f
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that
day.
Dated this 2nd day of March, 193%.,
W. M. Rainbolt, assignee and ow*
er of mortgage.
Frank Slocum, Sheriff of said coun
ty.
Philip and Waggoner, attorney*
for assignee.
March 4, 11, 18, 25. April 1, 8,15.
PHILIP WAAEEM*
ATTORNEYg-AT-LAHf -T
Pmilip, & D.
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Orar,
Dr. Guy Ramsey
Phywcian and Sorfeon
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Oflk« im door south of poMeftat
South Siki
0. E. WHITNEY
AttonqritLnr
Office in Baak of Philip Bldr
MUMP,
Hobday Feed Barn
T. H. Hofidajr, Proprietor
H.L BROWN I
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