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Season Postals and Toys
Herman Nelson
Painter and
Paperhanger
Will be pleased to figure with
you on any work in my line
Philip, S. D.
I ...Local News...
Quigg Sells Land.
J. E. T&ggert went to Pisrre Wed
nesday.
R. E. Morgan returned to frort
Pierre Monday.
Miss Stella Roush is clerking at the
Pioneer Pharmacy.
Clothing never cheaper than now
Philip Clothing Co.
Every woman like* hand painted
china. Hargesheimer sells it.
"Things to eat like mother used to
make," at the Winchester hotel.
Try a bottle of Hargesheimer's
Cough Syrup. It stops the cough.
Officers of school districts can ob
tain verified account blanks at the
Beview office.
Mr. and Mrs. James Morgan, of
Pedro, were visitors In Philip the
Irst of the week.
Mrs. R. A. Bielskl returned Mon
day from Pierre, where she hat been
visiting with friends.
S. R. Reber left Monday for Cham
berlain to attend to some matters be
fore that land office.
The store that carries high class
goods Is Hargesheimer's. Step In
and see the new goods.
An appropriate Christmas present
to the folks back home would be the
Beview for fltytwo weeks.
What do you know about that new
'-$jine of Community Silver Wilkinson
Is showing? Look 'em over, NOW.
E. H. Banks and family move this
week from one of the Rea cottages on
the west side into the Bielskl house
on Larimer avenue.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Shoun,
Of
Manila, on Tuesday, a baby boy.
)frs. Shoun, nee Miss OUie Brandon,
ft staying at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
jftarry S. Graham in this city.
A. W. Russell, who has been visit
ing at the home of his son, S. W.,
left Monday for Weippe, Idaho, for a
visit with relatives there. His son
accompanied him as far as Rapid City.
FOB TKADK—Have $2,000 city prop
•rty in southwest Iowa town of 3,000
population, a good lively town, to
trade for quarter section of good land
|p Stanley county. LT. C. Crowell,
Thllip, S. D.
Makes assimlliatlon perfect, health
Wood, firm muscles, strong nerves:
,. (Quickens the brain, makes and keeps
jou
well. Great mediclue. Hollis
ter's Rocky ountaln Tea. 36 oeots.
Jpioneer Pharmacy.
Peter Coughlin, & Fort Pierre, ar«
i&ved Saturday morning and will
4pend several weeks visiting his bro
v tJher,J.J. Coughlin. He will look
lifter the Interests of the Hayes Lum
1ber company, while James is taking a
needed vacation.
Building operations continue un
abated in Philip. The dwelling houses
i |br Dr. Gearhart, N. H. Benedict,
|feay Moody, the Methodist parsonage
$nd the Methodist church are well
Under way and some of them are near
ly completed. There are several other
Jluildings in process of construction,
And work will be started on other
tftructures within a few days. Gee,
|tow we grow!
Cigars
Post Cards
Vases
Cigar Jam
Fancy China
Tablets
Collar Boxes
Cuff BoxeS
Manicure Sets
Pipes
Post Card Album#
Japanese China
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Quigg Sells Land.
Elegant candy at Hargesheimer's.
Legal blanks at the Review offloe.
Money to loan on patented lands.
J. A. Quigg.
Bring your gratl* to tfcs Philip
Grain Co.
Have you seen the toilet lift at
Hargesheimer's?
Bqys' sults a specialty this Week.
Philip Clothing Co.
Lathers wanted at once. D. W.
Roush & Son.
Mr. Jones, Mrs. H. C. Peokham's
father, is on the sick list.
Miss Rose Drey, of Cottonwoop
was a visitor in town Monday.
Mrs. G. G. Wheeler left Wednesday
for a visit with ftiatlves at Lone
Rock, Iowa.
Harris & Ping*s warehouse on the
side of the track is in the hands of
the painters.
The Review publisher made a busi
ness trip to Wall and O'Neill, Pen
nington county, Monday.
H. A. Hendrickson, of Kadoka, was
a visitor in town Monday enroute to
Wasta on a business mission.
George Ebert left Monday night
for his former homeat Waverly, Iowa,
where he will spend the winter.
Harry. Sigler, who resides south of
town, went to Cottonwood Monday
for a visit with friends and relatives.
A handbag makes a fine gift. Every
woman appreciates one, if bought at
Hargesheimer's. He sells the best.
E. R. Loucks, who resides south of
town, was a westbound passenger
Monday for a trip to Wasta on busi
ness.
The Philip Review has added a farm
department to its already valuable
budget of reading matter.—Nowlin
Tribune.
Miss Fannie Stafford returned to
her home at Wokama Saturday after
visiting with friends in Philip for a
few days.
Frank Rood left Monday for Pierre
to attend a meeting of the state
brand commission, of which he Is a
member.
George H. Sizemo-e and E. H. Mc
Culloch left Friday for a two weeks'
visit at Sioux City, Onawa, and other
points in Iowa.
Anthony Jorgenson, of Fort Pierre,
arrived Saturday morning and will
spend a few days with old acquaint
ances in our city.
Maude Powell was an arrival on
Monday evening's train from Wokama
and will visit with relatives in our
oity for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Peterson, of
Smith, departed Thursday forSedalla,
Missouri, where they will make their
home permanently.
D. H. Airey this week purchased
the Hart Slocum ranch on Mexican
creek near the North Fork, about
three miles northwest of Philip.
T. S. Patton, of Zeal, about sixty
miles northwest of Philip, was in our
city Tuesday, and left in the even
ing for Rapid City on a business trip.
Martin Mortensen, who has been
spending the past month with friends
and relatives in the vicinity of Ando
ver, returned Tuesday evening to his
homestead near Willard.
The dance at the Philip opera houss
Friday evening, while not as well at
tended as the occasion merited, was
none the less an enjoyable affair for
those whp attended. The Voegeli
harp orchestra furnished their usual
excellent music.
Air frosty. Cold ou
Quigg Sells Land.
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Bring your grain to fhe Philip
Grajn Oo.
Money to loan on patented lands.
J. A. Quigg.
Books and stationery can be found
at Hargesheimer's.
You can buy my Christmas present
of Hargesheimer. He oarrles the best
and cheapest stock.
A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. J.
Howard Airey, residing ten miles
northeast of town, Wednesday.
We have the finest line of shoes In
the county. 10 per eent off on all
sales this month. Philip Clothing
Co.
The Review has a habit of turning
out job printiug of the desirable
quality and finish. Let Rainey print
it.
Residents of western Stanley coun
ty need a paper devoted to the inter
ests of that part of the county. The
Review is it. Are you on?
The ten year old son of C. D. Glllan
of Old Trail, was operated on at the
Heinemann hospital last week Thurs
day for inflammation of the knee cap.
We are prepared to winter 100 head
of stock, fourteen miles southwest of
Kadoka on White river. 15 ranch.
Plenty of hay, water and shelter.
Ilaviland Bros., Weta, S. D.
Send one of those Black Hills gold
or mineral souvenirs to your distant
friends or relatives. Wilkinson has
just received a new line of them.
Wanted Immediately—Hundred
ladies, young or old with pimples,
blackheads, nasty complexion to take
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. 35
cents. Pioneer Pharmacy.
Dr. N. B. Gearhart's family have
moved to town from the homestead
near Topbar. Their new house in
the Wray addition is rapidly nearing
completion, aud will soon be ready
for occupancy.
Mrs. Minnie Johnson, wifs of G. A.
Johnson, died at the home of the
family near Topbar Tuesday of tuber
culosis, aged 31 years. The remains
were shipped from Philip Wednesday
night accompanied by the bereaved
husband, to Springfield, their former
home, where interment will be made.
The family moved to the claim aear
Topbar a year ago last spring.
F. E. Morrisoo is suffering from a
severe attack of pneumonia at his
home south of the river. He was
taken siok Friday, and has been
very low, but at this writing
is getting along nicely. (His aged
mother who with his father, are mak
ing their home with him, was strick
en by the same disease at about the
same time, but is getting along very
well.
The R. M. Waddell Land Co. last
week closed a deal whereby a part of
the stock of the Philip Clothing Co.
was exchanged with G. W. Shepard,
of Zeal, for the latter's town property
jthe Bielski cottage on Larimer avenue
and a lot in the west part of town.
Mr. Shepard has since sold a part of
his clothing stock to Rogers & Stan
ton, of Milesville, who will add it to
the stock at their store in the thriv
ing little city to the north.
I The production of Dr. Jekyal and
Mr. Hyde at the Grand opera house
Friday evening was witnessed by a
i fair-sized audience. Theodore Lorch
in the dual role gave one of the most
finshed pieces of acting that has been
witnessed here. While nominally a
one-man play, the other members
showed up strong in their respective
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But everyone is happy this Yuletide
The reason—very plain you see,
All take Hollister's Rocky Mountain
Tea
(Makes health hat's happiness.)
Pioneer Pharmacy.
The marriage of Samuel P. Miles
and Miss Grace E. Long was solemniz
ed Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock
at the Methodist parsonage, Bev. P.
I. King officiating. The bride and
groom have both been making resi
dence on claims a short distanoe
southwest of town. They will make
their home at the old Searls ranoh,
which Mr. Miles purchased recently.
The Review joins with many friends
in wishing the happy couple an abun
dance of joy and happiness in their
wedded life.
roles. The company played at Rapid
(ance
City the night following their appear
here, and then jumped into
Devner for a three weeks' stand.
The business men's association met
in special session Wednesday evening
I at the Philip opera house, and several
matters of importance to the town
were considered. The cemetery pro
position was turned over to the local
Odd Fellow lodge it is the intention
of the lodge to proceed immediately
to procure a suitable site, and to plat
the same and place it on sale. The
matter of roads leading out from
town was discussed to a considerable
extent, and committees appointed to
take up the various phases and get
speedy action. Messrs. Dunlevy,
Miller and Bennett were appointed a
permanent road committee to serve
until the next annual election of
officers of the association.
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Quigg Sells Land.
R. M. Waddell made a business trip
to Quinn Wednesday.
H. J. McMahon departed Tuesday
on a business trip to Pierre.
F. B. Rowe returned from a busi
ness trip to Pierre Wednesday.
C. E. McLane left Wednesday noon
for the capital city on a business
mission.
G. W. Shepard returned Tuesday
evening from a trip to Zeal, Milesville
and Leslie.
Miss Florence Forssell, of Midland,
arrived Tuesday evening and will be
employed at the Owl restaurant.
Mrs. Orrln J. Gee left Tuesday for
a few days' visit at the home of her
sister, Mrs. J. B. McPherson,at Fort
Pierre.
Miss Altha Benster departed Wed
nesday noon for Gettysburg, where
she will spend the ho i lays visiting
with old friends and relatives.
F. M. Smith, of Van Metre, bought
a bunch of fftrty bucks from the
Robinson Bros, and shipped them to
his ranch last Saturday.
Ole E. Haugen, of Nitteberg?"spent
several days in town the latter part of
last week, and loaded t«o cars of sheep
Saturday for the Chicago market.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Mathieson re
turned to their home at Fort Pierre
Wednesday from a visit at the home
of R. W. Mathieson and family, east
of town.
The bell which the board of trustees
ordered to be weed for (ire alarm pur
poses, has arrived, and will soon be
placed in its position on top of the
engine house.
The chemical fire engines ordered
by the board of trustees some time
ago, have arrived, and are awaiting
the arrival of a representative of the
company to be given a trial.
James Thompson, located on Medi
cine creek north of Wokama, left for
Crandon, S. D., the latter part of
last week to purchase cattle for
Wood Bros., commission men with
headquarters at Sioux City and Chi
cago.
Earl Roush will commence Work
within a few days on constructing a
cottage on the hill, across the
street from the HarKesheimer resi
dence. The building will be 24x30
feet in dimensions and contain six
rooms.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Adams and Mrs.
Adams' mother, Mr*. Sophia Rackow
of Smith, left Tuesday for Sac City,
Iowa, where they will spend the holi
days with relatives. The Review was
ordered sent to them during their
a s e n e
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Woods departed
Wednesday for their home at Verti
gri. Nebr., after spending the past
three weeks visiting at the homes of
their sons, Frank Woods, south of
town, and Roy Woods, west of our
busy city.
Roush tb Son hare the contract to
builda'barn for Williams & Ronn
ing to the rear of the meat market.
Work will al*o commenced soon on
building a slaughter house for the
firm. The location for the latter has
not been definitely decided yet.
The Sioux Falls Argus-Leader gives
an account of a meetsng in that city
recently, of four prominent theatrical
meu, Jencks of Sioux Falls, Walker
of Winnepeg, Walker of Brookings,
and Sinutzer of Salt Lafte City. The
meeting is of more than passing in
terest to the theatregoers of our city
inasmuch as Walker of Brookings has
control of the bookings at the local
Grand opera house. These four
gentlemen have formed an alliance by
which they control the larger num
ber of theatre.^ in Western Canada
and in the northwestern and moun
tain states. Comibned, they have an
unbroken chain of nearly six hundred
houses. Their control, however, is
not in the nature of a trust that
means destruction to those outside of
the combine a number of houses are
controlled outright, but in the great
er number the control is only through
bookings. The Grand has a booking
contract with hem and already en
gagements are being recorded for the
season of 1900-10. By the way, Smut
zer, of Salt Lake City, is part owner
of two attractions that have played
in PhJlipthisseason—The Lieutenant
and the Cowboy, and Dr. Jeykll and
Mr. Hyde.
PRESENTS
COME AND SEE THEM
The Rexall Stow. ftie Store That Always Looks Well
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Mark Scott was down from Smith
Monday for supplies.
Mrs. H. A Murley left for Jollet,
111., Wednesday evening to spend the
winter.
W. W. Neil left Thursday morning
for a trip to the Black Hills towns on
business.
An addition 20x24 is being built to
the Atlas sheds. It will be used for
storing building paper stock.
II. Chrlstianson, of Toledo, Iowa, Is
visiting at the home of his sister,
Mrs. W. Lane, near Ash Creek.
A. Airy and mother, Mrs. S. F.
Airey, located near Smith, spent
Wednesday visiting friends in town.
Anthony Obesthaller, looated about
twelve miles northeast of Pedro, was
in town Monday to meet his wife and
six children, who came from Jasper,
Minn., aud will make their home on
claim.
W. If. Brltt, who has been living
on a claim near Old Trail for some
time, received word of the death of
his son at DeWitt, Iowa, and left for
that place Wednesday.
Adam Joachim, of Brushle, has
been visiting at the home of his
cousin, Mrs. M. Gust, on Pine street.
Mr. Joachim's wife and child arrived
from Tripp, and went out with him
to the homestead.
George A. Dornberger, of Cotton
wood, and Miss Myrtle Dean, of
Grindstone were united In marriage
at Itedfleld Monday, and passed
through Philip Tuesday, to Cotton
wood, at which point they will make
their home. Miss Dean has been re
siding on a claim near Grindstone for
some months she made proof a few
w eeks ago, and has been visiting at the
home of her parents at Burdett,
Hand county. Mr. Dornberger Is a
contractor and builder at Cottonwood.
The Review extends congratulations
and best wishes.
Mrs. Joslin Dead
Mrs. Emma Philip Joslin, wife ofO.
P. Joslin, of Midland, and eldest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James
Philip, of Fort Pierre, died Wednes
day night of last week at the Fort
Pierre hospital, from an attaok of
pneumonia, w hlch was aggravated by
other complications.
The funeral service were held Sun
day afternoon in the Episcopal church
at Fort Pierre, Rev.ii. L. Russell, of
Pierre, conducting the so'emn Epis
copal burial service. The Pierre
Capital-Journal tells of the last sail
rites:
'•The regular choir was assisted by
several added voices in singing the
chants and hymns. The floral offer
ings were profuse and beautiful, fill
ing the little chapel with their fra
grance.
"The church was not half large
enough to accomodate the people who
came to pay their last respects to the
dead, and there were more people in
the church yard than inside.
"The body was laid to rest in a
beaulifu! little private graveyard in
the buffalo pasture, made beautiful
by trees and fenced in. The largest
funeral procession ever seen in Fort
Pierre accompanied the mourners to
this little spot, where the remains of
Emma Philip Joslin were laid in
their fiml resting place."
Board of Trustees Meet
board of trustees of the town
of Philip met in regular monthly
session, in the office of the First State
i Bank Saturday evening. All members
were present.
A number of bills were allowed for
marshal's salary, for the building of
the fire engine house, and for hard
ware purchased. An ordinance to
prohibit the peddling of meats within
the corporate limits was introduced,
and tabled for an indefinite period.
The trustees met with'the township
supervisors to arrange for the division
of taxes for the current year. The
suppervlsors passed a resolution di
recting that a portion of the money
derived from the taxes for this year
be diverted Into the town treasury.
This is Worth Reading.
Leo F. Jelinskl, of 66 Gibson St.,
Buffalo, N. Y.,"says: "I eured the
most annoying cold sore I ever had,
with Bucklen's Arnica Salve. I
applied this salve once a day for two
days, when every trace of the sore
was gone." Heals all sores. Sold
under guarantee at all druggists. 25c.
Outings
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This is Overcoat
Weather...
And you will find what you want
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that line, be it a Cloth Coat, a Fur*
Lined or Fur Coat at
Bottom Prices
At the Old Reliable
Hilger & Hengel Clothing Co.
Pierre, S. D.
BIG DISCOUNT SALE!
Trimmed Hats, Veilings, Velvets,
Quills^and Plumes, will be sold at
10 Per Cent Discount
From now until January 1st, 1909.
The Palace Millinery
Bessie Kennedy
We are Making Special Prices
on
Duck Coats, Sheep-Lined Coats,.
Fur Coats, Caps and Mittens
Men's Fleeced Underwear, at per suit .............&Oc
All kinds of Wool Underwear for
Men, WMCil a&d
Children.
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We have a nice Line of Calicoes at
5c, 6c and 7c
Dress Ginghams, Percales, Suitings, Wool Dress Goods
of
all kinds, and Bear Skin Cloth.
Caifffed Goods, Meats, Shorts, Bran and Salt.
Flour, per cwt.v..........iT.......
Give Us a Call
YOURS FOR BUSINESS
Range Mercantile
Company
Invites the Patronage of Gentlemen
"Wasters Brew," "Blue Ribbon," Guild's "Peerlm"
"Blue Label," Always on Tap.
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