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1 1 J'* i ,'i .^. the U.S. Patent Office. i f,v .?:• i 1 Reasons Why The Great Majestic You Should Buy 1st. It has the reputation of being the best range money can buy. 2d. It not only has the reputation but Is the best range made, and we will prove this to you if you will let us. 3d. It Is constructed of malleable Iron, Imaterial you can't beat, and of charcoal iron, material that resists rust 300 per cent greater than steel, is rivited together air tipht. No heat escapes or cold air enters the range, thus uses very little fuel to do perfect work. 4th The reservoir alone is made. It bolls 15 gallons of water is heated like a teakettle, with pocket against left hand lining, and is movable and sets on a frame, hence cannot wear out. When water gets too hot it can be moved away from fire. Majestic ranges use less fuel: heat more water—and heat it hotter costs practically nothing for repairs lasts three times as long bakes better easier to keep clean and gives better satisfaction than any other range on the market. If you know positively that the above statements are true, wouldn't you buy a Majestic at once? Hardware Dealers AN OPPORTUNE TIME The beginning of a New Year i# good time to atart your buaineaa on ayatematic baaia. We would suggeat that you depoait your money with thia bank aubject to cheek. By paying all your billa and obligationa by check you will be enabled to keepan nfaa/uft rec ord of all auch tranaactiona• ,Milia paid by check atay paid. Don't Forget Book on patent*. "Hints to invtnton." "Inventions needed." ••Why some inventors fail." Send rough sketch or model for search of Patent Office records. Our Mr. Presley was formerly. Acting Commissioner of Patents. and aa auch had full charje GREELEY&M5INTEE », PAreNTAttorneys W ashington, i. O I I #. JONES, Pres. HUGH McMAHON, Vicc Pre*. IRA J. WELCH, CMMCT Board of Difcctorsi a. -s.mLuMr myiiriiwpi '.. -V f- \*t Bank of Philip 1 THAT THE Stanley County Abstract & Loan Company Bonded Abitrctor* Port Pi«rnt South Qitota Make Abstracts of c. "V i'1.'"'*%%'• J. idiiow a. Koiu piiiiaii'Mii Real Estate Transfers United States to Mark E Wheatou Mary Ackennan Joan Sahwef Leroy Jackson E John Erickson Osten Bergeleer. Carl W Mallgren Ferdener Mundt Henry Milena Victor Erickson Peter Brekke John Duhl Joseph Matthews Katherine Foley Emanuel Spaugler Sarah S Mendenhall Lucy 11 Mills & hus to James Philip wd sw 1 5n 30e ll. James Hull & wf to Fannie Pow ell wd lots 7 & 8 blk 119 Fort Pierre $1. Waddell & wf to Grin S Winter wd n 8 Is 21e $3200. Waddell & wf to Orin S Winter wd lots 'l 2 3 4 5 Philip |il 200. Waddell So wf toG Moles wd lots 1 & 2 blk 1 Powell $2000 Johnston Jeffries & wf to Christf Christensen wd w sw 34 3n 26e| *800. Ella Hartzell & hus to E May land wd se 8 3n 24e $1800. Katherine Foley to Mollie Sech ler wd se 6 7n 23e $1000. Roy Hall & wf to Ed Neil wd se 22 5n 25e $1910. Davis (t Johansen to Adolf Henett wd sw 28 2n 20e $1525. Thomas Carrell & wf to Chas Carrell wd sw 6 3n 31e $1500 Powell Mercantile Co to Waddell wd lots 1 A 2 blk 1 Pow ell $2000. Waddell & wf to Orin S Winter wd nw 13 4n 19e se 22 Is 21e $1. Charles Sears to Herman V Sears wd Its 1 2 3 4 sec 34 ne sw 27 2s 21e*l. Peter Joslin to Anna Linder wd n sw se nw sw ne 10 In 24e $1. Ole Olson to S Seierson wd w sw 31 3n 3e 11200. Western Town Lot Co to Mar tin August Linder wd lot 3 blk 11 Midland $400. Christian Lebalken to Olive S Hanson wd se nw e sw nw se 28 3n 21e $1375. Nathaniel Stevens & vH to Fran cis Rounds wd lot 12 blk 2 Kado ka|$450. Western Town Lot Co to Frank Keister wd lot 22 blk 8 Philip $125. Hammond Hash to Frank A Cross wd ne 13 Is 22e $2115. Percy Linn et al to E W Ad rian wd s nw 10 3n 29e *1. W Wheeler & wf to W Ashton et al wd ne 31 3n 26e $3500. Milwaukee Land Co to Harlan Snodgra$s wd lot 18 blk 2 Inter ior $1. E Merrigftn to Agnes Merri gan wd lots 7 & 8 blk 20 Philip $1. Will Walpole to Jeremiah Murphy wd nw 34 2n 21e $1. Annie Kelly & hus to-Jeremiah Murphy wd sw 34 2n 21e $1. Brekke & wf to Charles Peterson wd sw ne 2 4n 19e $1. W Thompson & wf to Anna Peters wd nw 9 2s 24e $1. George McDonald & wf to Trimble et al wd lot 1 blk 6 Kado ka $1. The Editor Knowi The editor sits in his office chair and listens to voices from every where he hears all the gossip while listening for news, he learns who is happy and who has the blues. He knows of your sorrow, he knows of your joys, he knows of every girl who is chasing the boys he knows of your strife, he knows every man who talks mean to his wife he knows every time you are "out with the boys" aud he knows •very excuse each fellow employs. If the editor should tell what he knows it would turn half the friends into bitterest foes he would sow a small wind that would soon be a gale, engulf many in land many a would cause half trouble in story (which and jail. He ooald let go gaining in force) tbe as&rried wom en to sue for $tv»r he could tw* »U tto nb»wUn»U«d opto Now brother, remember doesn't it give you a chill to think of what you owe the editor for keeping still. Ex. Forgot Water Pipes Phineas Fogg, who left ihe gas burning while touring the world in 80 days, was outdone in Allen town, Penn. When Mrs. Elizabeth A. Powell, who left for a tour of Europe last summer, returned to her tine home and found it was a grave mistake not to have attended to the water pipes in advance, but she had never thought when she left, of how cold it was going to be. The pipes had frozen and then bursted, and instead of the beauti ful home she left, the cellar was full of water. There was skating in every room, the ceilings had fallen down and the papering of the house was all soaked off. From all indications the pipes had burst probably a month ago, and ever since then the property had been flooded. The home, which was val ued at about $16,000, was practical ly ruined. David P. Hofer Wanted The authorities are conducting a search for David P. Hofer, a.young man, who is wanted on the charge of stealing a horse from the barn of his brother-in-law, Jacob Entz, living near Yale. The young man is a son of Paul Hofer No. 21, who formerly resided in Hutchin son county. The)parents of the fug itive are highly respected, he be ing the ''black sheep" of the fami ly. In Hutchinson county there are a number of men by the name of Paul Hofer—nearly two score of them, in fact, and for purposes of identification the father of the fug itive is known as Paul Hofer Mo. 21, all of tho men of this name in the county haviny a number tack ed to their names. Two Were Injured A little boy and girl were the victims of a serious accident that occurred at the home of C. Schra der near Wagner. Schrader's oldest son had been out hunting and when he returned he placed his shot gun, which was loaded, in the barn. Neighbors named Ra.v hill with their children were visit ing the Schrader home. One of the younger Rayhill boys found the gun and in handling it the weapon was discharged, tearing off part of the face of little Marie Schrader aud lodging in the leg of a little Rayhill boy. The injured girl was rushed to a hopital, where every effort now is being made to save her life. The wounded boy is doing well and it is thought he will fully recover. Bitten by a Pet Dog Gladys Mathews aged four, daughter of well known residents of Custer, was viciously attacked and seriously injured by a pet dog with which she had been playing. It is feared that as the result of her injuries she will lose her eye sight. The little girl was accus tomed to playing with the dog in her grandmother's yard when the animal attacked her. She sustain ed a long scalp wound reaching to the skull and her left eye and cheek were badly lacerated. Her eye lids also were badly torn. lu ad dition she was badly scratched about the body. The dog was killed by the city marshall. When Tired fion't grit your teeth and work harder. Ease up a litte and rest. The tissues and nerve cells of the body are constantly being torn down and destroyed and the sys tem requires a reconstructive agent to help nature build new tissues, to construct new nerve cells, to build up the entire body and pre serve strength and hoalth and fur nish the body with the right ener gy and active interest in life. Share is nothing better to build up the entire system than good malt Ionic such as Golen Grain beer. Order Belt of your nearest deal- i*r*r be supplied by W». Hess. •t« fel) bkxxM B. ttl,TopUr, StM |r, Ktf V NEED OF MECHftWlCM. TOWER I nor mm In Risiatance With ap»»d 4 Mors Marked In WaUr Than In Air. Some mechanical operations require surprisingly large amount of power, while others are performed with much eaa than the novice might expect the secret la usually found in the speed at which the machine runa. The auto oooblle, rated at from 16 to 6Q1 Horsepower, will serve as an example, ft Is heavier than an ordinary carriage uid consequently Is harder to pull, even on level ground on an up-grade, where the weight "f the machine Is oelng raised the height of the hill, the 1 inference 1b much more marked, for no refinement of bearings can reduce the pull due to gravity. The vehicle drawn hy a borBe seldom exceeds a speed of •en miles per hour, if that speed were( increased to 20 miles, a moderate 1 automobile speed, the power required! 10 draw it would be doubled, evenj though the actual pull remained the} name as a abutter of fact the pull: would have to be greatly increased, perhaps doubled. In which case four times the original power would be re quired. Tht resistance of the air is 1 rifling at ten mile per hour, at 20 It becomes serious, and when the speed is Increased to 40 miles or more a great deal of power is required to overcome it an idea of the wind pressure on an automobile may be ob tained from that felt on the body when exposed to a gale of wind whose veloc ity rarely exceeds 40 miles per hour. The increase of resistance with speed is much more marked in water than in air, as Illustrated by the torpedo boat and freighter.—Cassier's Magar zlne. CORNERS AND THEM USES Hardest Things to Corner Are Wheat, Guinea Pigs and Woman In Argument. Corners are places to get people into. If the person cornered is a pretty girl, most men are equal to the occasion, Instinctively, without ad vice. Similarly, If the object cornered be a necessity of life, squeese the pub lic. It pays. There may be a con gressional inquiry, but In the end it will come to naught, and then the squeez ing may continue without further Interference'from the chaoeron. The hardest things to keep cor nered are wheat, guinea pigs and n woman In an argument. The first of these will overwhelm you by it* mass, the second will dodge you, while the third will get out of the predlca ment by any one of a dozen ways, gen erally by making you think you're the cleverMt. most irresistible dog in the world. Corners are also points of 'vantage on the street at which Idle, and oft times vicious, young men congregate to discuss the respective merits of Johnson and Jeffries. These same cor ners are frequently owned by other idle and vicious young men resident In Paris or Berlin for the purpose of dis cussing the respective merits of Jean ette and Gretchen. The ownership of this kind of corner Is especially de sirable during the present period ef high prices. Th« Frog That Would a-F!ytng Qe. Slnoe flying fish and flying squirrels exist, it is not so surprising to be told that there are also In the world flying frogs. All these animals have in stinctively made use of the fundamen tal principles of the aeroplane, the per* footing of which Is beginning to Im part the power of flight to man him self. It Is In Java that the flying frog Polypedates reinwardltll Is found, and Prof. Siedleckl of the Uni versity of Cracow describes It as be ing of a magnificent clear green color, with white belly, while membranes be tween Its fingers, which enable it to glide on the air, are of yellow. But It changes color like the chameleon. It Inhabits trees and bushes, and Is active only at night, living on Insects: When disturbed It distends Its aero planes and launches Itself a consider able distance through the air.—Youth's Companion. The Fish hawk's Warning. The flshhawk tells us when the shad begin to run up the river," said a' Gloucester fisherman. "We have learn ed that It Isn't much use to cast nets, no matter how mild the weather may be, until Mr. Flshhawk swoop* down on us. "When he comes sailing up the bay we know It's time to get to work. Lots of farmers down Jersey would never think to start planting until the* flahhawks come. I don't beUere they have ever been later than April 12 though. They work their way ap the coast from Florida and the other southern waters early In March, when the fish begin to come north. They follow the big schools of herring, as a rule, because tbe herring swim close together, and the hawk has easy pick ing. The shad follow the herring, and when the flshhawk comes we know the shad are not far behind."—Fishing Qa- I K"'' i."*iiwp" It teunded Hopeful. 4 young man wh* was aot partloa larty eatertalnlna was monopolising the attention of a pretty debutante with a lot of uBtetorsottef conversa tion. "How, my brother," he ruiirtwJ In the come of a dissertation an his tmnr, *ls j«at the oppoaftr of aw in Do yon know my lUig. ^swa* nafil Wmsb PHILIP & WAGGONER Attorneys-at-Uw Offices at Philip and Fort Pierre C. A. Bennett LAWYER Office Over Hargishiemer's Philip, South Dakota M. BRA1NFRD POSTE & COMPANY Handle a fine line of groceries, dry goods, hardware and a general line of mer' chandise. Goods new and of the best quality. Prices right Your Trade Appreciated ASH CREEK, SOUTH DAK RIVERSIDE RANCH Pure Bred and High Grade Holstein Cattle F. E. MORRISON, Proprietor mile south of depot. Philip. t«. 1). Aldrich & Son UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS Calls Answered Day or Night. 'Phones: Bus. 32, Res. 57 Philip, S. D. L. CHR. KRONEN Contractor and Builder Estimates Cheerfully Made PHILIP, S. D. J. A. HAWKINS, breeder of Registered Galloways aud High Grade Black Cattle 1st premium Bulls at head of herd ASHCREEK, S. D- B. B. Ba?sett Registered Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Will be at Slocum's livery barn every Wed nesday prepared to do all kinds of veterinary work by tbe latest met hods Prices reasonable. Examination and consultation free. COTTON WfK)D, 8. E. DAVIS... House Painting DECORATING AMD INTERIOR FINISHING Headquarters at Winchester Hotel PHILIP, SO. DAK. P. BLOCK Draying and Transferring Prompt Service. Goods Handled with Care. Office Phone 50. Res. 76-B Leave orders at Pioneer Pharmacy. F. H. DP. DENTIST Office houra W to 12 a. nj. 1 to 5i. m. New-ofBce located on Went Pine street west of the News office Philip. 8. h. i, Pbone HERMAN NELSEN Siga Painting, Decoratiqg 'fad Intcriogr Finishing *. V K K V, V' «,)'• 'f&r, i, v«.