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turecj here th centuries ago. in ord emar a! way 1 Ines you KIKG PHILIP HGliE Use Durema Nels Eckwald wn Tuesd before the mission Amoi with the county v.-as Roy Trend Watwood of Mi! For Rent for .-E'4 swn s.,v NH NEU north rang Jackson B1 James A early settle west of Philip "iSi. 1 'HE French of today are famous as pastry vakers, but they would ihe crude methods pic employed by them some ourselves, must have a Modem bakery Equipment Th£ P« thsome dainties that are i us that our pastries are ly better than the home genius plus modern equipment nrsc ere. the twin mottoes Bakery Oocds cn Sale at Drug Store phone B., A N E W S n»rc BLK.69 Insist on pr dealer jiniinr as n to\ Pi err day on his way now operating sir"'* "«ufu Interi ihe reservation soutl Federal court is in session at Xberdeen this week. It happens ihat'no one from Haakon. connf" was summoned either on the n or grand jnr/ at. this term. One i:-" ial events oi' u»« held at the home of Mr. Mrs. Frank Griggs Saturday last week. It was in the nat treat for the buys and Mr. and Mrs. Griigs' Sunday School classes with an invitation to theit fathers and mothers. There were about sixty persons present in the evning, the boyS and girls having spent most of the day there, some going in the morning in time for dinner, others in the afternoon and enjoying the picnic supper. The evening was spent in conver sation, singing and a general good time. Mr. and Mrs. Griggs treated ed the crowd to ice ^.eam and strawberies, cake and coffee. All left in good spirits, feeling th^v had been invited. Gq« Philip Oil SUPER GASOLINTa -anti- Sunbeam Kerosine ie Gas and Kerosine that is -the Test. A big line of Motor Oils, Harvester QitV Hoor Oils, Hog Oil, Hard Oil and Greases. OUR MOTTO: "Full Value For Your Money." OUR ENDEAVOR: 'Courtesy and Service* Pliilin Oil Compafiy Fred H. Root, Manager Phone 58 tne Philip Gun Club. It is planned to have practice meets on several evenings of the week and as soon as the boys get their eye thev wift no doubt arrange for a with other u s of of the state. Gifts that last, for Mothers I)y. C, M. Sageser On next Tuesday evening, May 10th u.t 7:30 the Haakon County Boy Scouts of America will cele brate the occasion of their anni versary. A banquet will be given in their honor and parents of all registered soon is are requested to be present. ed Schimke expects to leave •he latter part of the week for St. Paul, Minneapolis and other points east where he will purchase the furniture stock for his new store wihch i^ now almost completed. Fred McDaniels "who has been here for the past several months helping his son with the spring work on his farm northeast of town left Tuesday evening for Spencer where he will spend the summer. He expects to return to Haakon county in the fall. The board of county commis sioners met in special session on Tuesday and attended to various matters* that claimed their atten tion. Several delegations from different sections of the county met with the board for the pur pose of proposing^matters for the general wefare. Most of these had road propositions to be looked into and the board devoted yesterday to going over the various propo sitions and viewing th# roads on I which work is wanted. Building operations are progres sing rapidly during the fine wea ther of the past two weeks. The Schimke building is now complet ed with the exception of the ceil ing which for some reason or oth er has not arrived. The roof has been completed on the Dorothy structure and the workmen are now ready to put in the front and complete the interior work. The walls are rapidly be put on the and Larson Williams, Schwartz buildings, a night crew being on the job and the cement machine is ket going at al times. Thisfthis new business venture, week also saw the walls of the Kumm building started and by the end of the week these will be well I along. Arrangements have been made for the starting of work on the McPeek structure at an early I date. The contract has not been let on this building but the base ment is completed and it is not OR. H. b. 6EARHART, M. 0. PHYSICIAN and SURBEON Philip. South Dakota i i The thr I .!• y V. .\V ii I rHl tilt' part oi the county on ttending to matters be '^rd of countv eommis- e. Nearly new Mandt agon, cheap. See Roy i hilip. ?F, er th'- m•"1 A John E enting th sura nee latter»par connected of base bp 11 on i1 th- church basement to- i u sday). The proceeds ed for the benefit of tin x\ play ground ne of the local sports are or .ing a gun club, to be known Day. Gifts that las C. M. Sageser. M. Sageser returned the lat ter part of the week from Aber deen where he attended a meeting of the opticians of the state. F. E. Pohle left last Friday for u business trip trouerh the eastern part of the sta 1 Ed Hendricks iviuraed Sunday from the Hils where he spent sev eral days building a summer cot tage which the family will occupy during a portion of the summei months. National Life In vas in town the cek on business company. ^Bank of Nek enjo\ •N th les ai «'.i a she: illinrr !*TpV shipped a this poinl last Satu: i v I ed betwc I hunderd fart thai load master from in on tiiiMiM were iin avwag 1 thirteei. th MI th" \riola Dan id pep" ir. The Philip .juniors piuvt-d too much for the Wasta youngsters, who caiiie down Qnd played*a gam 1 local diamond last Saturday. The game wa very n -h ". much terest. Ti tal st in farvor Philip n fact to much in S o 2 Miss Laura Schimke v.'no ha been practicing nursing ••t the Sisti Hospital 1T ,«t Springs, is this week ing a visi1 ^o her parents. She expects to re turn to her duties at Hot Springs in a coup1*1 °f w^'k« Carl 1 A-'-".- and "Happy" Pardun went to Minnea polis last Thursday evening for a few days. They expect to -"t^rn by auto, driving back a np \r for the Ford i s Auto Gar a fire ive s Mother's Lci.y, you still rememb' woman on eartl McPeek's Coni' i a good supply. n k dearer mother is \VTe have been requested to an nounce that a meeting will be held at Marrington's Grove" near West Fork on next Sunday, May 8th. This will be a picnic, in the nature of a preliminary to the big affair known as Everybody's Picnic, to be held there on Julv 19th. The affair next Sunday will be for the purpose of cimpleting the arrang ments and discussing plans for the big event. All those interested should attend. J*. P. Buswell of Lucerne is in town this week nursing a badly bruised hand which he received in an accident last Thursday evening at his home. He was unhitching a team when they started to run, and Mr. Buswell was knocked to the ground and one of the horses stepped sqaurely on his hand in flicting a very painful injury. He was slightly burised about the body also before he was able to release himself from the tangle. Next Wednesday and Thursday we will show Gladys Watton, the star that has won the hearts of all in her new feature "All Dolled Up."Remember it is at the Gem. im:ui v-umi-ivtvu —|keep. ... bought that the building will be then hasten and purchase a jewel long under construction once it ry gift, a gift that lasts, from is started. ^SAGESER J. C. Johnson and Dick Boyd have been busy this week getting their, cigar factory into shape and expect in a short time to be turn out-cigars sufficient to supply this territory. For the present thpy will make only two brands, the Consolation and Rex-Ora. They have the labels and boxes ordered for these and expect to have them by the latter part of this week. In a few weeks they will have an other cigar, The Black and Yellow Trai^ which they expect to be a big seller. Those who have sam pled the product put out by the local concern are loud in their praise and predict big things for MOTHER'S DAY Next Sunday is Mothers Day and in what better way, can one express their love than by remem bering her with a gift of jewelry. She will treasure a gift of this sort for it is something she can Think this suggestion" over, JJBiUL. -easssw PHILIP MARKET paid for products on th ip market. Corrected ever? rsday morning. o a Wheaf GOctoSl.1 :n-:r .S .3 .1 O 12 6.5 s A o o V o w v at ihe Gem, Likable^ Brj ihburn in "Mrs. Temple 1 of Kndota was a our city yesterday for rs. He was on his way iovo It with hif Nelson Sr. only here he has a* public sal Leedom was recent! member of the Stat imision, and will ei duties about July Is i lint Lockett was called vnith Dakota last Frida of a brother, Robei resident of the vicin wood in the early days way of Kadoka and -main in th't -vtin iree weeks Iverson a former resider Grindstone nieghborhoo t. been livinig at Mable, or the past two or fii^. arrived last Saturday spending a few days with and attending to busi- 'Jfu'peoitM' oi Murdo, anu a of this city in the early as a visitor at the R. J. home last Saturday and Mr. Carpenter is the of the Murdo ball team e believes will be about the this section of the state son. His visit here was, to n extent, for the purpose to arrange a series of base i .urnements during the sum months, to be held at this ce. Murdo and two other towns Kadoka and Midland, pro they could be induced to •,), t. We believe the venture we i FARM prove successful and hope that the necessary arrangements dan be made. BUREAU TO BE MAIN TAINED. The coantv commissioners at their meeting Tuesday passed a rWolution appropriating money for the purpose of maintaing the coun ty farm bureau and to pay the salaries of the county agent and the county club leader. That is th amount set aside by the com missioners together with that re ceived from the state and federal aid will be sufficient for this pur pose. The appropriation, how ever, is smaller than last year, as the county board in this as well I at in other respects are endeavor ing to cut down expenses as much at possible. I There had been a report quite generally circulated that the board intended to turn down the appro priation for farm bureau purposes and as a consequence there were farmers from various parts of the county on. hand Tuesday to induce them to keep the work already started going. It was pointed out that more than half of the money used for this purpose was furnish by the state and nation, and this of course would be lost to the county should the office of the county agent and county club lead er be discontinued. ANIMAL DISEASE SPECIALIST COMING TO HAAKON COUNTY Or. G. S. Weaver, Extension Animal Disease Specialist will be in Haakon County during the week beginning May 16th. Ar rangements have ben made for him to speak at evening meetings at the following places: Grindstone on Monday, Hilland on Tuesday. Nowlin on Wednesday. Manlia on Thursday. lurnt Creek sjchool house, Friday Farmer's C'lub north of Philip, on Saturday. Everyone is invited to these meetings and all that have any problems along this line should either be at the meeting or let the county agent know so that n personal interview or farm could be arranged. Card of Thanki 'W^'trich to express our aifieere s hanks to our friends and neigh bors who so kindly assisted us dur ing the illness and death oi our little dapghter. jffr and Mrs. Joseph Brooks. LJ—ii' ia, For Sale: lina Boar, reisel, Phil SOME CANDY DISPLAY W eve McPeehs Confectionery Price Right S u e tered Poland bs. See Paul Guy Harvr \\. -i i "'y the east Monday morning and is at Milesville attending to business matters. A six o'clock diu'-.o s i ved at the W. L. Church home cast'of town last Sunday in honor of the thirtieth birthday of their son, Ira. Only members of the fami ly were present. Sam W. Davi. -d.to, of the' Cottonwood Republican was at tending to business matetrs here on Monday. He was acocmpanied by Fred Brown and Robert Buch anan. We a-p advised ihai "i will be given at the Percy Keyser place northwest of Philip on the evening of May 13th. Good music will be furnished ahd everybody is invited to come and emoy one' of big times of the season. Frank Root returned the tore part of the week and is visiting at the home of his brother Fred. He has been at various places on the Pacific coast since his discharge from the army, and this is his first visit to this locality. He expects to be here about thirty days. E. ft. Spurling of Cherry Creek who has been at Pierei for the past several days returned the fore part of the week. He has t£ken an active part in the protest to the state highway commission in regard to the location of the new bridge across the Cheyenne river and says that, at the time he left Pierre no further action had been taken by the commisison, other than the opening of the bids. CLUB NOTES The Woman's Club held their last regular meeting \of the club year at the Public Library Mrs. Frank Huss acting as hostess. Most of the evening was spent hearing reports from committees and in disposing of business fairs. 1 It was voted td send a gift of five dollars to the Federated Wo man's Club of Paris, which is en deavoring to carry on the wrorl$. there that has been dropped^ by the Y. W. C. A. The Story Hour for the children of (Philip that so far has lLen un der the auspices of the Methodist ladies as been turned over to the Woman's Club with Mrs. Michae1 as chairman Roll call was responded to by suggestions for the new year book. The result-of the election of offi cers for the next year was as fol lows: President, Mrs. 0. K. Whiter Vice-Pres Mrs. Guy Ramsey Secretary Mrs. O. M. Culp Treasurer, Mrs. J.. C. Nelson Club Reporter, Miss Nina Dur yea. Dainty refreshments were Serv ed five gentlemen guests arriving in tim for these and a social hoar followed. Strayed. One black gelding, wt 1200, foretop clipped, right hind foot white* collar marks on shoul der, ba!d faced. On^ mare wt. 950 branded on left hip and 47 on left jaw heavy with foal. One buckskin mare, wt 100 branded on left shoulder, fort top clipped, collar marks on shoul ders. $10.00 reward to any one who will take them up and notify me. K. Cards, Belvide^ S. Quality Excellent S u e Your mother would never forget you, get her a box of V. HO CO A E S At McPeek Confectionery Presbyterian Notes i icsbyterian ladies are improv ng the manse by inclesinff the front porch. Thursday, May 5th, Rev. J. J. Hull, 2:30 at Presbyterian church and 7:30 at the M. 18. fchttrch oa Sunday Schools. This Sunday is Mother's Day. Come to the service at 10:30. Sub ject "Mother Love." Special music by choif. Come keep the Day. C. E. 7:00 o'clock. Preaching service at 8:00. Methodist Church Notes Prof. ("ollinsrof Interior deliv ered an interesting and helpful sermon last Sunday morning. He will preach again next Sunday in the morning with an address ap urooriate for Mothr's Day. Prof. Collins will preach each Sunday morning for the rest of the month. At the monthly social meeting of the*Woman's Friendship class which occured Wednesday, April 27th, the folowing officers were elected. President Mrs. O. J. Gee, vice-president Mrs. L. Carr, sec retary Mrs. W. L. Chruch, treas urer Mrs. K. S. Springer. After the business session there was a short program and a statement as to the growth of the class dur ing the year since it was organiz ed, from a membership of six wo men it has now, an enrollment of more than forty. The Ladies Aid met in the Lib rary Wednesday May 4th. Mrs. Jake Weber was hostes*.. The Norwegian Lutheran Clitifdi English services May 8th at 1| o'clock at Bridges Creek churcM and at 3 o'clock at the Skotvolf school house. The Philip Lutheran T«ague at Eleeson's,at 8 o'clock. Everybody. The Bridges Creek confirm ants meet Saturday, aMy 7th at 2 P. M. at the church. Parochial school at Monpo"'^ school house May 9th. The Philip Lutheran Ladies Aid meets at Joseph Klose Thursday May 12th. Services Sunday May 15th, Eng* lish, at Philip at 10:30 Norwegian^ Hilland at 3 o'clock. OBITUARY Died at the home of Mr. «$d Mrs. Joseph Brooks, their young* est child, Dorothy on May 3rd pneumonia. The child was one year, ten months and fifteen days of age. She was sick but a short time, and her sudden departum was a shock to her parents andT "datives. 'Funeral services were held at the home at 1:30 P. M. Wednesday, by Rev. S, C. Olds^ who used Psa. 10 3-15 as a text,^ "A large umber of neighbors atC'V tended and lent their sympathy and aid to the bereaved. Inter ment was n ade in Odd Fellow's^ Cemetery. -Contributed. n Mother—Did that young maif?. kiss you wben Hp was here nigtT Daughter—You don't suppose drove 50 miles to hear me singv* do you? 4 board .J? BOOKKEEPING those catalog NE Omaha. Nebraska.