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VOL. IV. No 21.
CLOTHEsj W.' v. 1U 1 i Clothing •'$ J* -H. •:'A Miss Eflie Munch left Saturday vibit with friends in Huron. John Costello, of Rapid City, wns visiting with friends in ilc oily Sun day. W. II. Frost was a business visitor In town from Fort Pierre Saturday evening. 11. A. Fit/peiaid was drwn from Lead for a visit with frienis over Sunday. I\ Gale r«t uni.HJiTilur-i Uy from a bu-ines trip to i.'reslur i. Spink county. A. O. Put man and A. I. Cooper were visitors in tlie capital city Friday and Saturday. Scottv Philip was here from Fort Pk rre Monday morning to look after his local pro pert interest*. Dr. Kyle brings news of the With of a bal-y girl Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Sell, of Milesville. C. C. Moshier left Monday noon for l)es Moines, called by a telegram an nouncing the death of an uncle. A boy was born Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. .1. W. Hall, of Cottonwood. Mrs. Bull isstopping with friends in Philip. Ex-Senator A. Kittredge, of Sioux Falls, was a passenger on Mon- complete arrived Monday evening to visit at the home of her brother, R. entitled to ielati\e Chicago, and Our $3.50 Beacon Special Shoe One=Priced Clothing House Local Items to Bieiski. congress*. And to whatever extent Ml* Christiana Until, of Frank- assertion is needed to se fort, arrived Thuisday to vi»it at the Granville Jones, editor of the Dem ocrat at Aberdeen, was in ttie city Tuesday and Wednesday in the in terests of his publication. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Mc-Lane and Mr. and Mrs. VV. E. Spees left Tues day evening for a two days' visit at Rapid City, Dead wood and Lead. MissC. E. Logan, of Corydon, Iowa, Slid Miles Church, of Smith Center, Kansas, accompanied R. Z. Logan up from Powell Saturday for a days'visit in the metropolis of Stanley county. A card to Miss Maud Orr from her partner, Miss Nellie Linday, who has been visiting in eastern Canada for nearly four months past, stated that she expected to leave London, Ontario, Monday night, which would Allow her to reach Philip today. and and 1 n elo thin we carrv the well-known Collegian Brand From I)a\ id Adler 6c Sons, of Mil waukee, and Chas. Kaufman Bros., of can $2.50 to show you 15 differ ent patterns to select from, ranging in price from $25 In Dress Overcoats we have them in fur, plush and silk linings, in all the latest colors and in auto and combina tion collars, at prices from Si.50 to $icS. Beats them all for the price Our line in all departments is new and up=to=date, and if we can not show as good values for the money as our neighbors, we surely do not expect your trade. Not West Against East I Thi-j must Stand by Western ideas President Tuft, in the firsts],•!,' of his great tour, made reference «,vos to the most striking phase of of n:Uional jiortance of the great west in na- jinuch more nearly representing tional affairs. But the president probably because he has not quite, caught its real nature ami meaning. '*1 may well lift my voice to protest against an.v effort, l»y whomsoever made," said the pres ident, "to array section against section, Americans against Ameri cans/' This protest, taken in its abstract meaning, well merits the cheers the Boston audience gave it But fundamentally the txitential I movement now under way is not to array the west against the east, but to nationalize congress. To make that body truly national the west must have a larger voice in its affairs and more power in carrying out the avowed policies of the re publican party, so long as that day evening's train to poii ts in tlie party is dominant in the west and ,,ills ill Miss Allc. Blebki, of Moux Clt* the nation. T| „, fche underestimated the significance of comprehending the rights and pri this aspect of the political heavens, statos al cu,e home of her brother, H. M. Einan, be made. There is one thing worse near Kibon. Mrs. L. Ilargesheimer returned Monday evening from an extended visit with relatives in Minneapolis, Slid Rochester, Minn. 1 nil nonce in this influence let that assertion than sectional strife, and that is domination by a section that does not represent the spirit or the interests of the nation at large. This country is governed by the east. The east is not only organ ized against the west, it is statu tized against the west. So far as the present tariff law is concerned it is primarily a New England la*.v, just as the Dingley law lie fore it was. The greatest individual factor in the making of that law was Al drich, of Rhode Island, the small est state in the union—a state that is not typical of the country at large. To say the least, the west has a right to demand of its own repre sentatives that they do not take out New England natulization pa pers when they go to Washington. river. Our goods in all departments are new and up to date for the winter trade. a Suit P°lic-V not mer«e th' mto New na. E»»lawd conce» tionsof national polic.v. Aside tioual politics at this time -tin from the local rights of the west it greater assertion arid growing im-!'s a ^!lc^ ^hat spction comes national spirit, more nearly v,leges and duties of all sections, than does the east. Tlte new spirit of the west is a spirit of nation alism rather th in one of a section alism, and the president will find this to be true as he proceeds on his long, instructive tour of obser vation and speeohmaking. On a Business Basis Announcement by the Wrights of a purpose to devote their tinvj and attention to the business of building aeroplanes and to instruc tion in their use is coincident with the return from Europe of Mr. Charles R. Flint, announcing the establishment of several aeroplane factories in Europe and the pur pose to incorporate a manufactur ing company in this country. These incidents mark the rapid develop ment of aviation and the transit from the stage of demonstration to that of utilization. The world has been convinced that men can fly, and now is eager for the means to utilize the new device. Experience with other great inventions has demonstrated that actual utiliza tion is the greatest incentive and opportunity for improvement and progress toward ultimate per fection. Dan Bierwagen, of Ilardingrove, was down to take in the Gis Belt this week and as usual he brought with him some products of Stanley county soil which will make the skeptical ones sit up and take notice.—Stock Growers News. "To Re or Not to Be" constantly coughing depends on whether or not you use Dr. Bell's Pine Tar-IIoney. A few doses will stop that cough. Look for the bell on the bottle. The children laugh with Joy at Col lier's new shoes. Philip Weekly Review PHILIP, STANLEY COUNTY, S. D. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14. 1909. We invite the people of Philip and Stanley county to call at our store and look through one of the most up to date stocks of Clothing and Gents\Furnishing goods ever shown west of the Missouri PS «r*i Bryan's daughter, Mrs. lluth Leavitt, is a candidate for the 1 democratic nomination for congress in Colorado, where women count: for as much as any one of the masculine gender at the election I tooths. She is willing to demons trate there is someone in the family that can run for office atni get it. A Sioux Falls man has lived in that city for thirty-three years, and during that time has never slept away from home. What a loss of opportunity! He does not know what it is to try to undress in an upper Pullmin b^rth and solve the question of divesting himself of his outer garments while sitting on them he dojs not know what it means to try to sleep in a large city where the gong of the street car wagas a instant warfare upon his tired nerves, or in a country hotel where inhabi tants of the place, both great and small, vie with each other in an effort to entertain you during the hours of sleep. Really, the Sioux Falls man has lost some great ex periences. —Beresford Republic. We Live To Eat An individual who does not live to eat said the other day that life today was most interesting and he hoped to enjoy a good deal more of it before he was called, but he added, with all the ad vance made by scientific discoveries why has no one found out the way to live without eating? It is the one stupidity of nature. The ali mentary canal should le extirpated. If it were only possible to do with out a stomach, existence here be low would be adorableP It will be said this person was shortsighted if not worse, as food for the in creasing population is the great business proposition, and if no one had to eat, the shutters might as well be put up, and the «^i*orsal light turned out. Leave or phone orders ford ray ing to Pioneer Pharmacy. G. E. Reeves. 20-2t Gents* Furnishing Goods -J sSyi MOLES & SON I EXCHANGE GLEANINGS '(I IIimpelling in County anil Stain- fa Some lu ius arc re!.allied, some tflv- 'j* an credit where credit Is due. Mad |jj "jj| some are swlied bodily. 4k The people of Leslie are build inga fine new hall for public meet* ings. Midland had another Hre scare Thursday morning. A pile of burning rubbish was the cause. Midland will take up the market day plan again this month. J. C. Russell, of Midland, left this week for a visit with his aged mother and other relatives in New York state. A man sus|tected of being im plicated in the postoffice roMtery at Powell was arrested in Pierre, but sutlicient evidence was not at hand to hold him. Philip is taking steps toward in corporating as a city of the third class. Philip is a mighty good one if any one should ask you about It.—Presho Settler. Henry Hudson, of near Manila, was a business visitor in Hayes the first of the week. He says he has fifty fat hogs and thinks they will be about as profitable as a bunch of steers. Some of the old timers become the best farmers un der the new order of things.— Hayes Homestead. Master Neil Newman met with a bad and painful accident Monday afternoon. He and Edgar Angell had been hunting on the fiat near the Missouri above town and were preparing to return. They were driving a horse hitched to a cart and Edgar bad already gotten in while Neil was removing the shells from the gun. While he was stoop ing over Edgar dropped his gun, and both barrels were discharged, striking Neil in the left shoulder and causing a very severe wound. He was hurried to the family home In Ulsters we have them in duck and cordu roy, with sheep lining and wombat collars, with leather trimmings. See our $10.00 Apiece corduroy suits for men. In underwear we have the union and 2-plece suits in the finest all wool, lambsdown and fleece lined at the right prices. Our line of sweaters, wool shirts, dress shirts, hats, caps, gloves, mittens, overalls, corduroy pants, hosiery and neckwear is the finest to be found* Our line of trunks, valises, telescopes and suit cases are the best. We also carry the best line of boots and shoes in high and low cut and overshoes you can And in the country. Remember! We are here for business, and to stay, and our stock is always up to date. We are ready and more than willing at all times to make any goods right that should not prove satisfactory, and consider it a pleasure to do so. It takes time to write "ads," and as we are always busy, we hope this will hold good for all times. We are yours for business and fair dealing, The People thai Throw away the old Junk by Melvin Young and Isaac lem-I John L. Sullivan is among those Drs. Lavery and Walsh who registered for a piece of the mon am soon made him as comfortable as possible. The shoulder joint was not injured, but the flesh was bad ly torn and the joint between the collar and principal bone of the shoulder was affected. Only a mir acle saved the boy's life and he will be laid up for some time.—Ft. Piuitc Fairplay. ft is just pftssiMe the warden of the penitentiary at Sioux Falls may be forced to appeal to the several county attorneys of the state for help. The twine plant is now oper-ui.ig at half capu ity be cause of shortage of help. There is no doubt now that the enaction of the new tariff law, and the political plays necessary there to, have raised havoc.* in the G. O. P. A prominent Massachusetts man has announced his allegenco to the democratic party, since President Tuft at Winona asserted that those who voted against the Payne-Aldrich bill had "'abandon ed their party." Speaker Cannon will undergo a probing at the ses sion of congress, it being charged that he combined with Tammany democrats so that they might as sist in passing the tariff bill. It surely seems that the tariff will be the predominant issue in the next campaign. The state pa tiers generally are commenting on the preponderance of factions within the republican party. It is a condition that was impossible under the old conven tion system, and is one of the natural results of the primary law. There has always been more than enough who were "willing" under the old system, and now that it is every man's privilege, if he has an itch, to declare himself for the office of his choice, the matter of nomination resolves itself into a veritable free for all. Leave or phone orders for dray ing to Pioneer Pharmacy. G. E. Reeves. 20-2t 3SK Whole No. 127 CLOTHEJ land in the north central part of the state. The ex-prise tighter wouldn't look bad holding down a claim. The platform of the republican ticket in New York city is brief and concise: "In this free country government it» an institution to live in, not on." That faction which really wishes to do some thing for our groat commonwealth might do well to stand out on a similar platform. Some writer, wiser than the most men of his day and genera tion has written that. the pros perity of a town is not caused by the wealth of its individuals solely, but by the uniformity with which they pull together when any im portant undertaking is to be ac complished. A man with a thou sand dollars at his command and a love for town in his heart can do more for the building up and im provement of it than a millionaire who locks up his capital and amt|p his lingers at home progress. Apound Old Trail (Prom the Herald.) J. D. Dennett is beginning opera tions on a new dam and an ice house. Rice Nichols and Tucker Smith went to Powell today with two car loads of cattle which they will ship to $ioux City. Will Lietz left Wednesday fer Ab erdeen whence he and a number of friends expect to go on a hunting trip to Wheaton, Minnesota. Mrs. Frank Kiester spent the week at Old Trail helping Mrs. Smith to prepare for her trip to Butte county, which, weather permitting, have commenced yesterday. Mr. Post who runs a store at Ash Creek was an Old Trail guest Satur day afternoon and night. Mr. Poet was inspecting and making arrange ments to purchase the remaining stock of goods from the Old Trail store. All Bowel Trouble Is relieved almost instantly bp lining Dr. Bell'e Anti Pain. It destroys disease germs and stops inflamation. Keep a bottle ts tbe hows. Sokl everywhere.'