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nnWiiunTTmTTTTT!^ani PHON! BIK 69 s• jriinjiLLUiiTrniuuisiP^iit^^iiiiinninncirij"•1!'•"•"1T,f fTiitii'innH^^^gnrji^ .jv-r.-jiiu JStfciSS v MEDICAL AT" Insist on your dealer giving you KING PHILIP FLOUR. Byro on tap—The Canteen. MONEY FOR FIRST MORTGAGE Loans. Write Ralph Vandercook, Fort Pierre, So. Dak. 52tf Hal D. Wheaton was a pas senger west Tuesday morning, go to Central City. See R. J. Fancher for that New Tailor Made Suit. New fall sam ples. I guarantee a fit. Mis Lorene Ramsey left Tuesday evening for Highmore where she will pay a visit to friends. Don't fail to see the Big West ern feature at Gem Theatre, Fri day and Saturday, August 6 & 7, Wm. Desmond in 'fliB BLUE BAN VI- V* Guy Waldo and Hels Eckwold of the Ottumwa neighborhood were attending to business matters here on Tuesday. We are furnishing many parties with soft drinks and cigars. If you I dan a dance, plan to please those invited with "Cherry Blossoms/' Sold only at the Canteen. Ability plus training equals suc cess. You have the ability, Nettle ton Commercial College, Sioux Falls, will give you the trai&i&gw Catalog free. Any man mny tefl yoti a whop per you'll enjoy beating, but there is only one place in Haakon coun ty where they sell the whopper you enjoy eating. The Nut House brand of Salted peanuts, known as "Whoppers" are sold at the Can teen only. fS* There is As surer "way against ndversity than a good business training taken at the Mankato Commercial College, Mankato, Minn. Seftd for catalog. The Philip Pantorium pan Dye your faded clothes and make them look like new. 85 tf L. C. Teeters returned yesterday morning from Sioux City where he went with a shipment of cattle from this point last Friday. He says the dealers hold out little hope of any improvement in the market this fall and are looking fur a heavy shipment in the next six weeks. Cherry Blossoms as cold as ice, the answer for that parched, thirs ty feeling. Sold at the Canteen. The Philip ball team expects to go to Pierre next Sunday to play a return game with the Capitol City boys. It will be remembered that the local bunch lost the game with Pierre on the local grounds a few weeks ago by a score of 3 to 2. The game Sunday promises to be a good one. lee cbld drinks at McPeek's. R. T. Haley and family were in town Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. Haley is the Independent Truck dealer from Milesville and tells us that he has disposed of a large number of these machines, all of which tire giving: the wry best of satisfaction. Secretary Lins of the Haakon County Fair tells us that he has scared both Congressman Gandy and Governor Norbeck to deliver addresses here during the fair. We understand other prominent ora tors have been asked to be present and will no doubt accept the invi tation, n n Ion will want a new suit for Haakon County's Big Fair. See R. J. Fancher at once. New sam p!es. Fit guaranteed. The baseball fans will be glad learn that Manager Johnson has ,^11'ranged for a game on the local grounds with the Interior team on vSunday' August 15th. These two HoMms have played two games this ison, the first being won by Inr •w |,oi «or by a score of 3 to 2 in eleven ^innings. The second game last Sun viday was won by Philip after fif ,. item innings of hard playing. No Jorie will want to miss the third or jdcoiding game of the series.- It Wvill attract a large crowd. HOT SPLINES CLINIC V Internal Medici Ew Ear Nose & Throat Kidneg & Bladdt 'odem Laboratory TvJo^r.lenaid Hos ... Medical ^Block ~,~lIOT SPRlNUS SOUTH DAKOTA v* AL SPECIALISTS __ o LOCAL NEWS Bub Lwe makes tfie heart light and the parlor dark. She will love you more if you buy Good FLOUR KING PHILIP FLOUR The Best Ever All The Tine Bring U« Your Best Wheat Philip Milling Company DAILY CAPACITY 125 BBLS Pop with a chill in it Canteen. DR. .f- AL 'm. \A. Mi/foitaJ 'Health Resort nnrnTrrrrrmn PHONE BLK 69 BRAINSTORM? N. tiiimi at The Big Bargains! Big Bargains! at Carpenter & Fancher's Clothing Out Sale. O. C. Allee of Nowlin was a,..bu siness visitor in Philip on Monday. You've heard the gan tell "whoppers" you enjoyed—sure you have. Well we have the gang cheated this week—wc'r«» soiling "Nut House Whoppers" all bundled up in ten cent packages. The Canteen. Merle Daly was down from Plum Creek on Monday and paid this of fice a pleasant call. Mr. and Mrs. W IS KitHfef 4f Powell ewre up Tuesday with two of their children who were oper ated on by Dr. Gearhart for minor troubles. Nine loads of horses were ship ped from this point to the Sioux City market on Monday. Regular sales of horses are held on that market twice a month and many have found it to their advantage to dispose of. their horses in this manner. P. E. 'Byrnes accompan ied the shipment. Don't fail to see the Big West ern feature at Gem Theatre, Fri day and Saturday, August 6 & 7 Wm. Desmond i*. "Tfee BLUE BANDANA. i Ice cold drinks at McPeek's. The town of Cottonwood is plan ning on her annual celebration to be held on the 17th of this month. Among other attractions will be a baseball game between two of the best teams in the country. It was planned at firist for Interior and Philip to play the third game of the season at that place, but we understand this has fallen thru for some reason. However, it is safe to say that Cottonwood will put up a first class brand of enter tainment. E. GEARHARJ, We'll have a "Cherry Blossom ad next week that you should read. Watch for it. The Canteen. Miss Rose Williams who has been confined to the hospital at Pierre for several weeks with the typhoid fever returned ome last Friday. Malted Milk made with the real milk.—Pioneer Pharmacy. 34 tf Mr. and Mrs. Fred Root ond fam ily departed Wednesday by auto for Brookings where they will spend some time with relatives. Mr. Root expects to visit Sioux Falls and other points before returning to Phlip. Ice cold drinks at McPeek's. A meeting of the Commercial Club will be held at the City Hall Tuesday evening. The secretary in forms us that there are several matters of importance to be brot before the meeting and.&iarge at tendance is desired. Big Bargains! Big Bargains! at Carpenter & Fancher's Clothing Chit Sale. Rex Parte® of Lincoln, Nebr., was an arrival last Sunday and will remain here the balance of the summer. Mr. Parton is an enthu siastic base ball player and his ad dition to the local t^am will strengthen it considerable with his assistance.-*Murdo Coyote. Preaching at the M. E. Church next Sunday morning by Rev. S. C. Olds, at 10:30 A. M. Subject: "The Three Steps Necessary to a Joyous, Fruitful, Christian Life." Everyone cordially invited. Sunday School will. follow the preaching service. Can you use an inner tube when is given you without a cent of cost? I will give free with each purchase of Kokomo casings, an inner tube. This offer holds good until September "1st. Joe Roberts, Philip. 37 4t. We have been requested to an nounce that a big picnic will be held next Sunday at the S. B. Fair child place near Elbon to which everyone is cordially invited. Emil Sudan, non-partisan speaker, will be present and deliver an address, closing his Haakon county speak ing campaign at this time. The bids for the construction of the new school building in the Marietta Consolidate District were opened by the board on last Fri day, and the contract awarded to L. P. Nelson this place whose bid was considered the lowest. Mr. Nelson expects to begijji work on the new structure within a short time, in fact as soon as the mater ial can be transported to the site. A. H. Snyder, who has operated a restuarant and ice cream parlor in the Carr building west of the Mrs. S. M. Kyde received a let ter from her son Magnus a few days ago stating that he was re cently given a considerable pro motion in the Murray Hospital, at Billings, Montana, where he has been for the past year and a half. During the time he has been con nected with the institution he has been doing most of the laboratoriy work. Two of the doctors who have been in charge of the insti tution have signified a desire to retire, and Magnus and another young doctor will take over their work in a few weeks. This car ries with it a considerable advance in salary, and he will draw $500 a month, provided |ie stays with them for the period of five years. The writer had occassion to visit the town of Interior a few days ago and we find that the enterpris ing citizens of that place are very busy at the present time making preparation for the big Round-Up which will be held the 18th, 19th and 20th of this month. The expect to have a much bigger and better program than last year and that was considered the biggest affair ever attempted in this western country. They have a force of working already putting the big grandstand and race track in order and •many of the riders with their horses are expected in a few days. The surroundings could not be bet ter for a affair of this kind. A part of the Round-Up grounds is backed by a section of the bad iands„ making a fence unnecessary on that side and the distant hills and buttes gives it an ideal setting for these wild west vents. o M. D. PHYSICIAN ail SUR*6E0t Philip, South Dakota o V o oe Security State Bank building for roost enthusiastic bunch of South the past year, has closed that es- Dakota boosters. He believes much tablishment and will re-open in a short time in the Hartwick build ing now occupied by the Carpen ter & Fancher clothing store. Mr. Snyder expects to make consider able improvement in the premises before moving in. It is his inten tion to arrange it so that he will be able to serve meals in addition to the short orders. Ice cold drinks at McPeek's. Replace the old casings on your car with new Kokomo casings, and receive FREE with each casing a new inner tube. For sale Joe Roberts, Philip. 37 4t See John Urban for your Twine. The BEST is the CHETASET. We handle Deering Standard at 18c per pound. y Gus Lamm left last Friday for Minor county and expects to re turn shortly driving through ap automobile which has- been in that section for several months on ac count of bad road conditions. Ton and a half Transport Truck, two ton Luverne Truck, and Ford Truck. All new. Will sell or trade for land. Will R. Walpole, Philip, a D. tf Radiators: Tfte White Radiator for Fords. Double the water tubes —Will not burst from freezing-. Double the cooling surface, will not boil on hot days. We also have secound hand radiators for sale. At C. Wold's, the Tinj Shop in basement of Waddell Build ing under Farm Bureau Office.37 3 Dr. nad Mrs. H. J. T. Ince, for merly of this place but now of Rapid City were here for several days the fore part of the week visiting old friends. They are tak ing a short vacation and will spend a portion of the time with old friends and neighbors here. Don't fail to see the Big West ern feature at Gem Theatre, Fri day and Saturday, August 6 & 7 Wm. Desmond in "The BLUE BANDANA." R. V. Millstead, secretary of the Comemrfcial Club returned Sunday morning from Huron where he at tended a meeting of the commer cial club secretaries of the state. The meeting was held on Friday and Saturday and Mr. Millstead reports a large attendance and a good will come of such gatherings where an exchange of ideas and a general discussion matters of pub lic welfare could be had. For Sale: Southwest of Section thirty-five in Township. four north of Range Nineteen. 19 miles northwest of Philip. Address M. Kennel ly, 3632, So. 25th St. Omaha, Nebr. 37 tf G. F. Barnes, real estate dealer of Pierre, came out Monday morn ing. Mr. Barnes owns land in nearly every county in the western part of the state and recently ar ranged with aviators Lins and Thorne to inspect all of his hold ings by aeroplane. This something of a novelty in this line, and some may think that it could not be done to advantage. However, as it is many hundreds of miles over the country where the land is loc ated, Mr. Barnes figures that he can save several days time by fly ing from one neighborhood to the other, the actual inspection to be made after the ship has landed. They departed Monday afternoon and expect to put'in three or four days on the trip. The Non-Partisan League meet ing held Tuesday evening in. this city deserved a better attendance. Mr. Sudan, the speaker gave a talk that shuld have been heard by the merchants and buiness men of the town. He clearly pointed out that tie money the farmer loses be tween the price he receives for his product and the price the consum er pays is not to be found in the small towns, but in the large east ern cities. He said the small mer chant serves as a "shock absorger" for the big fellows, and that the local merchant loses trade in pro portion to the extent that the far mer is robbed by the big market manipulators. Mr. Sudan closes work in Haakon county with the meetings Saturday night at Miles ville and the picnic Sunday at the S B. Fairehild grove northwest of Elbon. 1 HAVE BUYERS FOR CITY PROPERTY Edw. A. Lins BUYS AND SELLS FARMS and STOCK RANCHES List Your Property Now too* ONCE Out of the long lists of soft drinks that we have on hand we have found that Cherry Blossoms leads them all. We have kept a strict account of all sales to all classes of cur trade and find that the most universally selected drink has been "CHERRY BLOSSOMS." That is the reason that one dealer here te Philip has gone to a firm doing business in Miles ville and arranged for them to supply him with good old GOLD NUGGET CHERRY BLOSSOMS. Now if this drink was not in demand at his foun tain he would never have gone to all that trouble you may be sure. Another thing of fact we want you to know is that he first tried to get an order from their traveling salesman direct and was in formed that the Canteen had the exclusive rights in Philip for all GOLD NUGGET drinks, and then the firm at Milesville was used as the stool pigeon for the Philip dealer. This will not happen again as we have traced the matter out completely and Tuesday of this week went to the Gold Nugget factory at Central City and have the assurance that our exclusive agency at Philip will be main tained from now on. WHAT DOES THIS MEAN TO YOU! It means that you will henceforth receive the "CHERRY BLOSSOMS" at all times in PHILIP only at the Canteen Pleasure Parlors and that it will from now on ALWAYS be ICE COLD. It means even more than that. It guarantees to you ONLY GENUINE CHERRY BLOSSOMS. No deal er will try to push off some cheap fountain syrup by offering you "Cherry Blossoms" bottle OR BULK. .**' THERE IS A REASON FOR THIS! "CHERRY BLOSSOMS" IS NEVER SOLD IN BULK and when that dealer offers it to you IN BULK he went one step too far—he had to mis lead you. He and no one else could.sell it to you in bulk as it is never sold that way. We have gone into the matter quite fully and hope that every reader of the Pioneer-Review will take the time to thoroughly consider where they get goods as advertised and where they are misbranded. We stand behind very article we sell with a guaran tee that it is exactly as represented or your mon ey back without a question. If we can't give you an honest name and an honest article we don't deserve or want your business. If you ever want to have a real snappy drink for an outing try », GOLD NUGGET CHERRY BLOSSOMS ,v K SOLD ONLY AT The CANTEEN Philip, South Dakota •0 O \X~* A V5 -W.