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I I i 1 11 RADIUM PHONE BIK 69 tip? 4 v- *V"" Yv A i ., *. a i 1•s- 1-s,,• S 'I* 1 I 5*v'4 V rC'Hi i i Insist on your dealer giving you KING PHILIP FLOUR. Henry Hoffman was passenger to Huron Sunday night. Submit your applications 1st loans to Bielski Farm Loan Co. tf Mrs. Jane E. Moore, who has been visiting for thepast several weeks at the home of her daugh ter, Mrs.. J. B. Goff, returned to her home Sioux City on Sunday evening1. Mrs. Lillian Alger, oar county nurse was called to Minneapolis on business last Sunday evening. She expects to be gone a week or ten days. MONEY FOR FIRST MORTGAGE Loans. Write Ralph Vandercook, Fort Pierre, So. Dak. 52tf R. V. Millstead went to Sioux Falls the fore part of the week to serve on the federal grand jury whi(" convene® fa, that city tills week, For Sale or Trade: One Chalmers truck ton, recently overhauled and is in good condition. »od terms if taken soon. T. V. Joseph at Walpole's office. 46 tf Clyde Linn who recently moved to Philip from Kadoka has pur chased a lot in the western part of the town and has workmen busy erecting a new residence. Rev. Bryan of Kadoka, was in our city a short time last Sunday evening. He was on his way to Sioux Falls where he went to re present Jackr.on county at a meet ing of the Red Cross workers of the various counties in the state. Snyder and McAllister have near ly completed their new, eating house on the city property just south of the Bank of Philip. The structure is only a temporary af fair but is being built with the view of accomdating a large num ber of patrons. They expect to occupy it about* the fore part of next week. Save a Lot of MONEY on your nex| Suit or Overcoat *nd have it made $o your measure Fine Ail Wodt Quality THE NEW SCIENTIFIC SUkUtviV U E S A N E Also Tumors, Bleeding from the Womb, Tuberculosis of the Skin, Birthmarks, Deforming Scars, Many Types of Ulcers. Etc WITHOUT THE USE OF THE KNIFE Employed by the Specialists connected with the HOT SPRINGS CLINIC Hot Springs Sovrtfc Oakota LOCAL NEWS Cm Specially Priced aP rm For two piece Suits. $40.00 for full Suit or Overcoat A Dutchman entered a German restaurant and eame out Runhinf* We sell Flour If ajl Nationalities KING PHILIP FLOUR |he Flour with the Good Flavor floor that la as good Floor ean he made Where QUALITY Counts KING PHILIP FLOUR WINS PHILIP ELEVATOR ft BOLL CO. 'Philip, S. D. For Sale: Base burner, 15 inch fire pot. $60.00. Practically new. Inquire at this olfiee. 46 tf SELL YOUR RYE AT THE FARMER'S ELEVATOR. 40 tf There will be a regular old fash ioned dance given in .the Snyder & McAllister eating house build ing tonight. Old fashioned music, li fashioned dances in fact a re gular old fashioned good t)m$. You are invited. Camels, Spurs, Strikes Chester fields and a dozen other brands of cigarettes are sold at the Cain teen. George Inman of the Bank of Philip was at Milwsville tho fore part of the week looking after the aifairs o the Milesvillc State Bank luring the absence of the cashier R. M. King. P. W. Shook of Nowlin was a visitor in Philip on Monday at tending to business matters. A number of the business men from here went to Midland yester day where they inspected the new Murray general store building. They report a very fine structure and on£ that is a elegit to any town. There ke republican rally at Pohle's Hall on Friday evening October 22nd- Senator Knight one of the best public talkers in South Dakota will address the peo ple on the issues of present cam paign. Mr. Knight is said to a most interesting talker and thor oughly acquainted with his sub ject. Do not fail to hear him. For Sale: Second hand Ford Roadster. Jutft overhauled. In first class condition. Will »ell cheap if taken at once. T. V. Joseph, at Walpole's offiee. 46 tf C. E. McLane is having the building on Pine street west of the Kingsbury lumber office fixed up and expects to be able to care for his hardware customers within a few days. Like many of the other business mn he will be some what cramped for room but will do the best he can until more suit able quarters cam be provided. DR. PHONE BU 69 Bu& BE^OHT* Brains to£W N. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Philip, South Dakota Rooms: One in room, $1.00 two in room, $1.50. Winchester Hotel. For Sale: Sanitary wall finish wall paper, varnish, stain audi paints. J. B. Colburn, painter. On. the Hill. 49 tf Tom Harty of Milesville left on Friday for Sioux City where he accompanied a shipment of hogs from his Haakon county farm. He expected to go from Sioux City to Sioux Falls where he was summon to serve on the federal grand jury. For Sate: Sixteen calves and 12 yeaslings. Durham stock. Priced right if taken at once. S. B. Fairchild, Elbon. D. W. Coyner informs us that he has finished the large new store biulding for C. E. Murray at Mid land. He will at once move his outfit back to Philip were he has more work in sight than he will be able to conveniently handle. A fresh supply of salted peanuts lust received at the Canteen— "WHOPPERS" from the NUT HOUSE, of course. J. E. Emery was an arrival last week from Iowa City, Iowa, and is now registered as a Haakon county resident. He has purchas ed the Andy Noland place north of town and will begin bilding and otherwise improving the premises at once. For "smoke satisfaction** trythe Canteen line of cigars. A1 Johnson made a trip to Huron Sunday evening, returning Tues day morning. While at Huron he made arrangements for the ship ment of a complete stock of bak ery supplies and will be open to the public Friday. His place of business will he in the building on Pine street, the first door east of the City Meat Market. For salted nut* of quality—the Canteen,. The contract for the excavation for several of the hew buildings to center avenue to replace those recently destroyed has already been let and work will begin with in a few days. The contraqter with his outfit is expected fc«r rive today, Brand Nursery Co.—Oldest nur sery in the state. Established in 1868 at Fairbault, Minn. T. Mann, Local Agent. 48 tf Mark Wheeler returne this morn inpr from a stay of several weeks at Yankton and other points in the easttern part of the state. The Girl's Basket Ball team of the Philip High School will play the Kadoka Girl's team at Kadoka Friday evening October 22nd. The Philip Bantam team will also play the Kadoka Bantams on the same evening. This office has 'just completed the printing of several catalogs and other advertising matter for the various Pure Bred Duroc Jer sey hog sales to be held in this section of the state within the next few weeks. Among them is the Bad River Pig Club sale which is to be held at Fort Pierre on Oct ober 25th: the combination sole of the Haakon Cou,nty and Plum Creek Club to be held at Midland on October $(Hh The Authru F. Kiel sate which will take place at the Fair Grounds Pavilion on the 4th of November. We are now at work on the catalog of the Haa kon Duroc Sale, to be held here at Philip on November 5th. Philip Oil Co, SUPER GASOLlKE -anfl- Sunbeam Rerosine The Om and Kerosine that has the Test. A big line of Motor Oils, Harvester Oils, Floor Oils, Heg Oilt Hard Oil and Qipmn. OUR MOTTO "Full Value For Your Money." v"'ORfc' 0TO UNDBAVOB: 'Courtesy and Service* Philip till Company Fred H. Root, Manager Phone 58 k 4 Gum! Gum! Gum! The Canteen. Dr. Ramsey reports the birth of girl to Mr. and Mrs. Thorval Thorson, at their home northwest of Philip on Wednesday, October 20th. Coming Nazi mo va in 'The Red Lantern." F. G. Schwartz arrived the last of the week from Fort Pierre with an entire drug stock purchased in that city. He has been busy this week remodeling the bakery build ing and getting his stock arranged and is now ready to attend to the wants of his cutomera. C. A. Famsworth moved hfs barber shop to the basement of the Bank of Philip building where he is now ready to take eare of his customers. The building east of the Meat Market which he occu pied for a short time after the fire was found to be too small to allow the proper handling of his business. The Haakoi Couny Duroc Sale to be held at Philip November 5th offers a good line of pure bred hogs. There are some fifty entries and it is an opportunity for the breeder to get a start or improve their herds in such lines as Crim son Wonder, Orion, Pathfinder and Sensation. Watch for catalog. Hal D. Wheaton made a business trip to Rapid City Wednesday in the interest of the Athletic Carni val to be hid here Saturday night. From all we can learn there will be many out of town visitors here to witness the big card, and the town will be tqped to accomodate all the visitors. J. A. Ross, register of the Belle Fourche Land office was a pleas ant caller this office yesterday afternoon. Mr, Ross is an old newspaper man and was at one time the publisher of the Sioux Falls Critic. At present he isNcam paigning this section of the state and delivered an address at the Gem Theatre last evening on the issues of the campaign from the democratic point of view. J. D, Motrison republican didate for state senator from this district is making an active cam nagin. During the past week he has visited nearly every section of Stanley caunt.v, held meetings and met the poeple. This week he is visiting Jackson county and will also hold meetings at Wendte and other points near the line^betijjeen Haakon and Stanley counties. Alvin Waggoner and Chester N. Leedom are this week touring the eastern portion of this congress ional district in the interest of the various Vepubliean candidates for national, state and congressional offices. They opened their cam paign at Fort Pierre last Saturday evening and from the repeats that come to us are giving a good ao count of themselves. A communi cation from Mr. Waggoner which appears on another page of this paper gives *omo iUaa of what is happening* .i V Last week the county superin tendent in company with the State Truant Officer-, Ira Howell, visited a family in the countv who had failed to send their children to school last vear andh ad not start- ed them this year for reasons:the operation of the county supenn tendents are making greater ef forts this year than ever before to enforce the law and see that all children of school age are in the school. A list of all delinquent children has been sent in to the state department and letters aent out to the parents from that de- about partment, and if left go unheeded a call is at once made and the law ^forced. We hope all parents frftd guardians will see to it that children not attending school sent at once for we do not want ths state truant officer to be called to Haakon county 1 HAVE BUYERS t-UK CITY PROPERTY Edw. A. Lins BUYS AND SELLS FARMS and STOCK RANCHES r.: List Your Property Now n: aoo« For Sale: Poland China Boars. E. P. Mueller, Philip, S. D. 49 tf William Ferguson returned the for part of the week from Mell tte, where he has ben during tin past few months. Nazimova The Star of thou sand moods at pern FOR SALE: Pure Bred Duro Jersey Bor Pfgs. May farrow. Priced to sell. Papers furnished. Rowland It. Phillips. 49 tf See the Supreme Nazimova in "The Red Lantern 'Friday and Saturday Oct. 22 &, 23 at Gem. There will be a Hallowe'en party at the old Kertzman place, on Hallrwe*en evening. Everybody is requested to come dressed either as witches or ghost. In the event that you do noti a fine of ten cents will be imposed. Games will bo played the fore part of the even ing and a big dance after the re freshments. Don iaik to miaa the fun. We understand several of the business men have already made plans for rebuilding and that the work will be commenced at once and pushed this fall as far as the weather conditions will permit. Shimke, Kumrn, McPeek, Williams and Benedict are among those who expect to start operations within the next few days. Others have their plans well under way and will\ no dostbt get much of the work done before cold weather sets in. NOTICE TO TIRE USERS la view of my going away for I will have a winter, soon, known only to themselves: The I special sale of TiPM and Tubes on stave superintendent with the co- Saturday and Monday, po»4 and «$*$* Theatre, Friday and Saturday, Oct. 22 and 23. George W. Welch of Des Moines Iowa, is here this week paying a visit to his aons, Ira J. and Goo. V. Welch. FOR SALE: Big Type Register ed Poland China Boars. Can fur nish papers. Paul Walter®, Grind _.A ci n A4. i stone, S. D. 49 4t A meeting of the Parent-Teach era Association will be held at the High School building- on Satur day evening. October 23rd .Every on interests roqjmitml U» bfliiNrv sent,' ,J The postponed meeting of the ladies for the study of the "League of Nations" will be hid in the Gem Theatre, Saturday October 23rd. All ladie^ ^i towu aA4-£0U&£y ^re invited. Everybody go frig to 9&e Na« »iova Friday and Saturday at the Gem Theatre. October^ and 23 respectively. I have Ola- ArhMS Ttros and Tubes in the fodowHif rim fcy J—30 by —31 by 4—32 by 3 by 4—32 bv 4. I will *iftrfc*iee that you will got satisfactory service oat of these tires for the money. It will pay |ws it least, to see me ,? I have wired for New Stock of Caskets. Will have my display rooms at my residence. Call on me for anything in this line, FRED SCHTMKE philips. a CAR OF EARLY OHIO POTA TOES. $1.25 PER BUSHEi* At? FARMERS ELEVATOR. Agents: Agents to sell a com plete line of hosiery direct from he Mill to Consumer. Sound pro position affording steady income to right party. Opportunity for both sexes. Write for particulars eHercules Hosiey Mills, 3213, Fran kfrd Ave., Phila., Penn. 49 2t Wanted a girl for general houHK work. One who is strong and can cook. Wages ten dollars a week. Apply to Mrs. A* S, HaNey, Rapid City S. D. 49 2t The High School Library was increased this wwfc by the addi tion of one hundred volumes, pre- sented by by George W. Welch of Des Moines, Iowa, who is here or a visit with relatives. The books all made up of several volumes of history, fiction and miscellan eous GEM THEATRE, fHURSDAY, NOV, tf If you •f any. Thto town is my mm and I wffl be left next sQrfitff so that If there i» anytMn* •hat I can do to give satisfaction, I shaH be fflad to see you in fate* tion til the tires sold ye*. ABEL H0SAN at RAMSEY TtRB SHOP -*«r •ssfe 1 ,4 4th o j—-o V ANNE SLACK is a pupil of Hans Hess, a Chicago artist of great ab- -o. ility, and is herself well along the highway of virtuosity, and has been soloist with various Redpath organizations, among thern Kryl's Roumanian Orchestra. She has won much prominence in Chicago by her playing. Her tone is smooth, warm and well colored: her technic puite am ple—Musical News. Anne Slack has a beautiful, vir^ ile and mellow tone, and abundant technic. She plays with much style and finish. Musical America. RUTH WOOD is a real violinist besides a splendid contralto, and also plays the piano. She has be*n a pupil of th« School of Musifc, University of Illinois. She has a splendid personality and will make an unusually strong addition to this company. It is planned to feature her in vocal and violin so los, as well as in the ensemble work. The Bureau feels espcially fortunate in secumg her for thia entertainment. you have lost your ticket call for duplicate. Last season tickets gfKMT for this number. OTHER NUMBERS, New York Qlee Club— Nov V. S. Watkins-Jany 15th Lew* Sarrett— Jany 27th. Rich-Wemo Co.—Feb. & •4" hr StV'Vy'