Chas. M. Price
Clarence E. Coyne
Befflster of Deeds—
John A. McKillip
Clerk of Courts—
A. C. Ricketts
Supt. of Schools—
Grace A. Reed
H. M. Dinsmore
Frank L. Norman
1st dist., W. 1). Mathiesoi
2nd dist., W. M. Griffiths
3rd dist., Thomas H. Tolton
4th dist., F. E. Morrison
5th dist., W. O. Hopkins
S. R. Reher
R. F. Robinson
W. L. Church
F, E. Pohle
J. J. Berry
CITV OF PHILIP
Frank M. Rood
Aldermen of First Ward
Aldermen of Second Ward-
H. J. McMillion
G. (i. Wheeler
Alderman Third Ward
F. G. Schwartz
Ira J. Welch
D. W. Kousli
Edw. A. Li ns
Aldrich & Son
Calls Answered Day
'Phones: Bus. 32, Res. 57
Philip, S. D.
Prompt Service. Goods Handled with
Care. Office Phone 50. Res. 76-B,
Leave orders at Pioneer Pharmacy.
Sign Painting, Decorating
KKLiP BO. DAK
Made A New Man Of Him.
suffering from pain in mj
and back," writes H.
x. aiBion, Kaieign,
liver and kidneys did not work riffJit,
"but four bottles of Electrie BittSra
made me feel like a new man."
iMMfc tOCTS. AT ALL DRUtt STORES.
Transfers in Real Estate
United States to
Amos A Shook
Esla A Tone
Byron A White
Herman O Hansen
Johnston Jeffries & wf to Nick
Vipond wd Its 1 2 & s ne 1 On 26e
Anna W Bennett to Edith A
Bennett wd Its 1 2 e nw 30 4n
W Boldt & wf to W S Rob
inson wd Its 2 3 se nw ne sw 19
Arthur Davis to Olive K Da
vis wd nw 13 2s 25e $1.
James McGreevy to Frank
Strain wd ne/.H'.n 27e $1.
Fred W Towner & wf to Joseph
Fish wd se sw sw se 23 ne nw
nw ne 2ti 3s 21e *1.
Joseph Gallapher to Bessie E
Gallapher wd ne 13 Is 23e $1.
Henry St. Pierre & wf to James
N Gilreath wd ne 17 Is 24e *1.
Mrs A Walker to James
McGee wd e se 14 w sw 13 In 22e
Frank Green & wf to Dennis
Callan wd Its 1 2 e nw 7 4n l(.)e
Charles Parks to James
Coughlin wd ne s sw sw se 2(5 on
George W Markley & wf to
Andrew Markley wd int in Its
1 2 e nw 7 Its 3 4 e sw all in twp
Is 19e $1.
E 1) Ede to A Hathaway wd
ne 25 109n 79 $1.
Milwaukee Land Co to Presby
terian Ch Assoc wd Its 2 3 blk 17
Western Town Lot Co to Rev
Berg wd It 9 blk 14 Midland
Harry Pease to Harry Lambert
wd e ne sw ne se nw 10 7n 25 #1.
A Summers to Marie Loretta
wd It 1 s ue 6 In 20 $1.
Western Town Lt Co to George
Vincey wd Its 19 20 blk 2 23 24
1 1 k 5 Midland $300.
Hannah Brensdal & hus to Jas
I) Joyce wd nw 28 3n 25 $1.
Charles ^D Emmert & wf to
Bertha Reidiuger wd ne 19 2s 25
Parcells & wf to Home
Ld & Abst Co wd lt 4 blk 1 Fort
Stanton & wf to Scott
wd se 27 6n 29e $1.
Wallace Longstreet & wf to
Clarence Longstreet wd nw ne
13 5n 22e *1.
A W Bennett to E A Bennett
wd Its 1 2 e nw 30 4n 22 $1.
Hoffma to W McCaske
wd It 6 blk 11 Midland $500.
Bloom to Carson wd
ne 19 7n 23 $1000.
Western Town Lt Co to Susie
E Hilgert wd lt lb blk 4 Midland
Averts Awful Tragedy
Timely advice given Mrs. C.
Willoughby, of Marengo, Wise.,
(R. No. 1) prevented a dreadful
tragedy and saved two lives. Doc
tors had said her frightful cough
could do little to help her. After
many remedies failed, her aunt
urged her to take Dr. King's New
Discovery. "I have been using it
for some time," she wrote "and
the awful cough has almost gone.
It also saved my little boy when
taken with a severe bronchial
trouble." This matchless medicine
has no equal for throat and lung
troubles. Price 50c and $1.00.
TYial bottle free? Guaranteed by
Farmer's Institute Dates
Brookings, S. I)., Sept 29,1911.
The following dates have been
assigned for Farmers' Institutes in
localities west of the river.
Edgemont Oct. 16-17
Oelrich ..." 26 27
Midland 'k 30 31
31 N 1
Cottonwood .. Nov 1 2
Dr. H. H. Stoner, Supt.
Going to. Law
Old Wax and I lived side by
side and never had a row, until
one day he lammed the hide off
my old brindle cow. He said she
ate a suit of clothes that hung up
on his line, and so I biffed him on
the nose and he soaked me on
mine. We owned our homes, were
out of debt, had money in the
bank, that day he lammed my
brindle pet, and I gave him a
spank. Awhile we stood around
and cussed and wagged the Huent
jaw, until, surcharged with deep
disgust, we turned and went to
law. Oh, that was bum and beast
ly sport! Our lawyers, smooth and
deft,Hconveyed the case from court
to court, and taxed us right and
left. Now at the poor-farm Wax
and I put in our fading years I
lean on him and heave a sigh and
he bursts into tears sometimes we
ramble up the road, where once
we did our biz a lawyer lives in
my abode, another lives in his.
Then to the poor house back we
go, and seek our couch of straw,
and think of joys we used to know
before we went to law.— Walt
Is the World Growing Better?
Many things go to prove that it
is. The way thousands are trying
to help others is proof. Among
them is Mrs. W. W.Gould, of
Pittstield, N. H. Finding good
i health by taking Electric Bitters,
she now advises other sufferers,
everywhere, to take them. "For
I years I suffered with stomach and
kidney trouble," she writes. "Ev
ery medicine I used failed till I
took Electric Bitters. But this
great remedy helped me wonder
fully." They'll help any woman.
They're the best tonic and finest
liver apd kidney remedy that's
made. Try them. You'll see. 50c at
$100 Reward $100
The readers of this paper will
be pleased to learn that there is
at least one dreaded disease that
science has been able to cure in all
its stages, and that is Catarrh.
Hall's Catarrh cure is the only
positive cure now known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being
a constitutional disease, requires
constitutional treatment. Ilali'*
Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood and
raucous surfaces of the system,
thereby destroying the foundation
of the disease, and giving the pa
tient strength by building up the
constitution and assisting nature
in doing its work. The proprietors
have so much faith in its curative
powers that they offer One Hun
dred Dollars for any case that it
fails to cure. Send for list of tes
Address F. J. Cheney A Co*,
Sold by all druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for
FOR SALE-Round Oak heat
er, Inquire at this of
Constitution of the Eastern Star
On Saturday evening, Mr. Rob
ert H. McCaughey, Grand Worthy
Patron, of Millette, accompanied
by Mrs. Edna Upton Morris,
Grand Worthy Matron, of Red
field, constituted the Philip Chap
ter. O. E. S., and the following
officers were elected and installed.
Worthy Matron, Mina McLane.
Worthy Patron, G. Wheeler.
Assoc. Matron, Augusta Wheeler.
Secretary, Bertha Benedict.
Treasurer, Angie Rainoy.
Conductress, Hazel Rood.
Assoc. Conductress, Ethel Spees.
Adah, Tillie Grillin,
Ruth, Eva Rood.
Esther, May belle Mclntyre.
Martha, Edith May.
Klecta, Francis Knudson.
Warder, Charles E. McLane.
Sentinel, Frank M. Rood.
After the ceremony of installa
tion we had the pleasure of listen
ing to an excellent talk from the
Grand Patron, Robert H. Mc
Caughey, also a fine address by
the (irand Worthy Matron, Edna
Upton Morris, and short address
es from the Past Grand Patron,
A. W. Morris, of Redfield, and
Mrs. Robert II. McCaughey, of
Millette, and [Mrs. Frank Coy,
Worthy Matron of the Kadoka
The following visitors were
present Mrs. S. P. Brooks, Mrs.
Otto Sharon, Mrs. Frank Coy,
Miss Anna Ditmer and Myra E.
Simmons, of Kadoka, Mrs. Rob
inson, of.Tyndall, S. D,, and Mr.
and Mrs. O. K. Whitney of Philip.
At the close of the Chapter work
a banquet was
by the home
State of South Dakota, County of
In Justice Court before P. J. Galla
gher. Justice of (lie Peace.
(Jordon A. Husliey, Plaintiff
Ernest Campnell, Defendant
The State of South Dakota Send^
To the above named defendant:
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to "appear before me, at iri\
office.in the City of Philip, in sai«i
County and State, on the 14th day of
October lull, at 10 o'clock a. m. to
answer the complaint of the above
named plain till' which was liled in
this office at Philip, S. on the
23d day of September 1911 said plain
tiff claiming to have a lien on a cer
tain mare and colt belonging to you
and now in his possession, for tin
sum of #40.00, for keeping, feeding,
and pasturing said mare and colt
since the 1st day of April, 1911, which
lien he seeks to foreclose: and you are
hereby notified that if you fail to ap
pear and answer said complaint a
above required, said p'aintiff will a^
ply to the court for ihe relief de
manded in the complaint.
Dated this 23d day of September•.
P. J. Gallagher
Justice of the Peac.
Whitney & Bielski
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
NOTICE—Anyone having art
icles of clothing, etc., which they
wish to donate for charitable pur
poses, please leave nt tbe 1*4me of
Dr. H- J. Ince. 301
Gives Aid to Strikers
Sometimes liver, kidneys and!
bowels seem to go on a strike and
refuse to work right. Then you
need those pleasai little strike
breakers—I)r. King's New Life
Pills—to give them natural aid and
gently compel proper action. Ex
eel lent health soon follows. Try
them- 25c at all druggists.
Men's corduroy pants at R.
We guarantee that Copenhagen Snuff
is now and always has been absolutely
pure snuff, that it complies with the
laws of every State and all federal laws.
American Snuff Company, 111 Fifth Ave., New York.
Your Money Is
Ready and Waiting
for you at this bank any time you want it. We
carry a cash reserve ample for all ordinary de
Your Check Is Good
as gold any time it is presented. Your deposits
are secured by all the resources of the bank
and in addition by the private resources of its
stockholders to twice the amount of their stock.
Jfirut £tatr lank
nf JJhUiy. 0.
i in W
GUS' UVE8Y .. y rSED STABLE
We have. commodious quarters to accommodate
all farmers and stockmen with shelter and feed
for their tranu when in town and you will always
find us courteous and our service the very bent
OUS STOERMER, Proprietor
An A Lii.k'inu Hyttm )i just as easy to Install
I om« ax it it. to hang a door or grease a wagon wheel. We fit tip
whol.' thin* h«ra at nur factory, and you can install a Moderate^
siied plant in an hour's timf.
4 W« make plants t.o fit the smallest residence as wall as the largest,
and the small pUnlri art just
sk wall made and juat as fatly
te»"d th^ very largest plant* w- makf
American, l.ujhtmg System*
have b«'«n on the market fer iiarly
seventeen y^nrn. and are iruarantaed safe, serviceable aa4 aatlafa^
tn-y in (ivery way.
is nothing complicated or puzzling about these LtoMlpg
Systems. arr4 they are thoroughly reliable at all times. Yrawill kiM
keen delight in op«ra'ingr a little lighting plant of your tws, aiik
addition you will hav- th- satixfacti-.n nf knowing that yon are
tine 'He vor liest light there is. and 1 h.- rno»t econettVMal.
i F.«.'h American Lamp gives HCM candle-power at a Mat W|
on* half cent per hour. Over one hundred styles of baarafol
tare* to select from.
5 Orep a postal card today for our big new llhwtratod «atalMM»
just Issued It's FREE. Address
A E I A N
Gas Machine Co.
Ala* FirfOt N. D.. and Binghamton, N. T. Mtadn Tkh
Agents: F. S. Rowe & Co. Fort Pierre
J&hnson Bros. Interior
Darimody & Davidson Midland
O. E. Bohn, Philip
Good agents wanted in every town
The City Dray and Feed Barn
East Railroad Steet
Residence 44 Old Philp Barn. Standi
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