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Graduate of Bellevue Hospital Medical College. Office over Ilargesheimer's Drugstore PHILIP, S. I). Res. Phone -rt Office Phone 54 ...Local News... Let .lud Pepper cry your auction sale For snake skins, belt*, etc., see Ricard. 21—2t Walpole will buy or sell your land Office over Hargesheiniers drug store. See Fislar & Waldorf for one of the best Cream Separatois on the market. Easy terms. 5tf F. .1. Kurka departed Tuesday on a business trip to Pierre and other points east of the Missouri. Work is well under way in con structing the basement walls for the Bank of Philip's new building. Have a few good quarters of land for sale. Tom Ilarty, Milesville. S. 1). 19-41 I. S. Betzerof David City, Nebr., arrived in the city Monday to visit with his sister, Miss Hazel Betzer. STAND PAT R. K. Morgan and son, Dick, left Saturday for Mitchell, where the latter will enter busaness college for the winter. Miss Bertha Higbee left Monday night for Bismarck, N. D, where she will visit with a sister during the winter. Win. Veith, president of the Philip Mill|& Elevator Co., was here Monday from Welch, Minn., where lift is «n gaged in the milling business. .Jesse Pepple left Monday to spend the winter in Omaha. His parents came down with him from the claim east of Grindstone to see him off. John Hamilton returned Sunday night to his home in Spencer, after spending a week looking after matters at his farm nearTopbar. Bernard Murphy, of Clinton, 111., arrived in tlie city Monday evening and will go out to his place near Marietta for a brief stay, at least. Miss Lucy Potter returned Friday from Horton, Wyoming, where she has just closed a term of school. She to teach in a Stanley county school this winter. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Speesand little daughter, Beatrice, arrived from Quasqueton, lowa, Thursday evening to visit at the home of Mrs, fljpees sister, Mrs. C. E. McLane. Mrs. II. W. Edwards, accompanied by her friend, Mrs. J. E. Siebert, of Des Moines, Iowa, left Wednesday of last week by way of Kadoka for a visit with a sister near Conata. Will II. Bruno is heading this way with his own company, presenting a farce entitled "Hello Bill." The Sioux Falls papers are now running his pic ture and the advanced announcement of the production. The company will probably make Philip within the next six weeks. C. M. Pierce, secretary and treasur er of the Philip Mill&Elevator Co., arrived Monday from Winnebago, Minn., and immediately entered upon the discharge of his duties with the company. His household goods are on the road, and he expects his family in about a month. The insurance adjuster for the Aetna company was here from Sioux Falls Tuesday, and made payment for the loss on the Owl restaurant build ing, which was damaged considerably in checking the fire of a month ago. E. F. Walden also received a settle ment for his loss in ths burning of fcis houM iMt weti. WAISTS WE ARE HEADQUARTERS For Ladies' Scarfs--both Silk and Wool, Children's hoods and Mittens. UNDERWEAR The Best Quality 9 of Groceries H. J. INCE We have a complete line of Men's,Women's and Children's Underwear--both Wool and Cotton. We will be turning out tiour not la ter than Saturday, the 23rd of Oct. Bring on your wheat now. Philip Mill & Elevator Co. Eight pronged drying racks at Colliers. Local view postal cards Pioneer Pharmacy. Collier's grocery department is complete in most everything. Miss Nellie Lindsay returned this morning from her eastern trip. .lust received another shipment of fresh candy. Pioneer Pharmacy. Mrs. Myra it. Hague spent Sunday visiting with friends in Rapid City. Collier's dress goods department for medium and high grade dress goods is as popular as tlie price. The registration for the Cheyenne and Standing Kock lands reached 25, ooo at all points last week. Mrs. M. E. Phillips left Thursday of last week for a visit with relatives in Milwaukee, Wis. Ned II. Benedict has been quite sick this week. It is said he is threat ened with an attack ol typhoid fever. NEW AND NIFTY HAND PAINTED CHINA Come "in and See it at MARGESH EIM ER'S The Place to Buy Drugs Dr. R. B. Briver returned Moniay morning by way of Kadoka from an extended visit at Mitchell, Armour and Chicago. Rev. Oscar E. Tell will conduct services at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning and evening, at the usual hours. All are invited. Circuit court convenes at the coun ty seat next Tuesday. The calendar is a large one, and includes the trial of McCeun, the Kadoka murderer. Collier has the Eiesco Tailoring System, by Edward E. Strauss of Chicago. Call and look this line over and order your tailor made suits today. Mt. and Mrs. Crowser and little daughter returned Saturday to their home at Ash Creek from Dead wood, where the latter underwent an opera rion for appendicitis. STAND PAT Miss Laurer Miller has received her commission as postmaster of the Old Trail office. The office will be moved to her place, about a mile and a half from the present location. Mist Lena Schlottman will act as her assistant. The First State Bank of Philip will pay five per sent interest on time deposits if left six months or one year and you can draw the money at any time by forfeiting the accrued Interest. E. L. Keith, the jovial manager of the Philip Lumber Co., has in the past given three reasons for his "per nicious activity," the three reasons have grown to four by the arrival Tuesday night of a baby boy at. Ills home. All are doing nicely. Frank Cleaver, of Mt. Pleasant, Ohio, has been spending the week as a guest of his cousin, Mrs. O. J. Gee, at her home on North Fork. He left yesterday noon for the Ohio city. Mr. Cleaver has been working during the summer with a government sur veying crew in Montana. Mrs. H. W. Edwards accompanied by her friend, Mrs. J. E. Siebert, of Des Moines, came up from Philip Sunday evening for a visit through the Hills. But the sudden change in the weather caused them also to change their minds, so they did not get any farther than Rapid City. They decided to return a little later on when the weather was a little more favorable.—Rapid City Journal. Are moving fast. Sch -upplio at Pioneer Piia rmacy Try Collier's good shoes for men, for women. Teamster wanted for steady work. Apply to Earl Koush S. Searl is down from Zeal after supplies for his store. Collier's notion department has many things that will delight you. A number of Philip people have registered at Pierre for chances on the reservation lands. Frank M. Hood has purchased the Graham property, in the Michael McLane addition, from E. A. Litis. This month is the open season for tax lists. Stanley county's list will lie published next week in the Review. Miss Hat tie B. Bainum, the post master and merchant at Smith, re turnd Monday from a visit with friends in the capital city. A. Aktoersky, formerly of Philip and Smith, writes this otfloe todirect his iper to Lethridge, Alberta, where he and Mrs. Aktoersky are now located. Win. Crowley, manager of the Spur ling store at ILirdingrove, returned this morning from a two weeks' trip, in which he visited al points In New York state. Mrs. Aekerman and son, Archie, left Friday night for their home in Valley Junction, Wisconsin, after a two weeks' visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. C. E. McLane. Clothespins Colliers. bv the bushel at Quite a number of those who come to Pierre to register have journeyed on west into Stanley county to see this new and widely advertised section at close range. Every train into Philip brings numerous sightseers, and th» hotels, restaurants and land men are kept busy entertaining them. Mr. and Mrs. John Curington, of Fowell reached town Thursday after noon, on their return from an ex tended drive through the northern Hills and up int Harding county. They spent some time visiting at the home of A. L. Curington and family at Strool. They report a splendid trip. Dutch collars and Colliers. collar pins at Wendel Sage, of Victor, Iowa, lias been visiting at the home of his niece, Mrs. E.J. Morgan, northeast of town. Mr. Sage made proof a year ago on a claim near I'nderwood, and moved back to lowa. but he has been strick en with the Dakota fever again, and intends to return to the statt to establish his permanent home. Brass spring mop sticks at Collier's for 15 cts. Rev. P. J. King was at Huron last week to attend lie S. D. conference. He has decided on a change to an other district, and was given the charge at Clear Lake, in Deuel count y near the Minnesota line. Rev. King was assigned by the Black Hills con ference to Custer, but has since de cided that he prefers to go to the eastern part of the state. STAND PAT The board of trustees met in regular monthly session at the office of the First State Bank Wednesday evening of last week. Aside from allowing a number of bells, the only matter of importance that came be fore thein was the petition, which had been circulated by a committee appointed by the business men, ask ing for an election to vote on a change of the local organization to a city of the third class. The petition was granted, and Tuesday, Octol»er 26th, set as the date. The legal notice calling the election is published in another column. WAISTS SILK WAISTS KNIT WAISTS SHIRT WAISTS We Have Them—all Kinds and all Prices—and all Kinds of Skirts to Match Them. Come in and see Them ..OUR COATS.. It Services will be held at the Catholic church on Sunday, Oct. 17th, at 10 a. m. Rev. A. O'Hara. STAND PAT will pay you to come early before the best are gone. We would also like to have you inspect our FURS. We have them at all prices, and they are sure to please you. La Cardina» he at Pioneer Pharm acy. Some !eautiful hair ornaments at Colliers. BYee—Extra pants with every suit order. City Tailor Shop. 21 -2t Collier would like to sell the school children tablets, pencils and some slates. Paul Fleming Is herefrom Huron to spend several days looking after business matters. German Lutheran services will be held at the school house in Philip at .'I p. m. on Sunday, Oct 17th. Rev. R. Schamber. Dr. II. J. Ince hands us a report of the birth of a baby boy Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Boy ingt on, who live three miles north of town. Benjamin F. Ives, of Huron, grand lecturer of the Masonic lodge of the state, visited with the local lodge Tuesday and Wednesday evenings. Mr. and Mrs. V.J. Foltz, of Oakdale. Kebr., arrived Thursday to visit at the M. W. Peters home, and become acquainted with this section of the northwest. Miss Alice Bielski, deaconess in the Sioux City mission work, will lec ture at the Methodist, church next Sunday evening. All are cordially in vited to attend. Try If You Have a Cold Try box of •x~ REX ALL Cold Tablets There are none better 25 cents a hox at IIARGESHEIMER'S The Store that sella High Grade Goods P. A. Humbert, from Lake Reulah, Wis., arrived today with a carload of immigrant goods. He will take up his residence on a claim near Climax, where he ordered his copy of the Review sent. Mrs. Long, and daughter, Mrs. It. Witter, depaited today noon for their home in Wayne, Nebr after visiting for a brief time at the Frank Long home, and with other friends and relatives in this neighborhood. Two-pieced underwear for every body at Collier's New Store. Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Peckhatn and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Robinson left Tuesday morning on their hunting trip. They drive overland to the lakes in northern Hyde county, and "will spend about a month in duck hunting and kindred amuseinests. Seven cars of cattle were shipped from here to Chicago Saturday. John Peterson shipped three, A. Ilein ish two and Arden Woods two. All the owners accompanied the stock, to see that it sold right, and to see the sights in the Windy City for a few days. Collier's extraordinary line of tennis flannels is all the talk. From Pierre comes the news of the marriage of two prominent young people of this neighborhood. At the Baptist church at high noon Monday. James J. Berry and Miss Bessie W. Gause were made husband and wife, Rev. H. W. Tilden officiating. The groom is residing on his hotn^tead northeast of town, and is well known and liked by Philip people generally. The bride has tieen teaching in the o u n y s o o s i n i s e n o e county the past two years, and is very o u a a n y i e n s e e n o e young couple heartiest eongratula tions, and wishes for a happy married life. a Misko, .~c at the Pioneer Pharmacy. Ladies', men's and children's union suits at Collier'^. M. F. Collier was at Pierre Monday morning to at tend to business mat ters, and register for a chance at one of the reservation claims. The weather of the past few days has been inclined toward the wintry order. Showers Thursday and Friday were the beginning of thechange, and each night since has witnessed heavy frosts. A. I. Cooper left tcxlay noon for Elkton, where he will visit with friends and relatives. He may go on to his former home in Qnasqueton, Iowa, for a few days, for he is on a two weeks' vacation trip. The cool days of the last week have made all of us step off more lively, but that don't necessarily apply to II. B. Fislar: there's another reason in his case. It's a bright baby girl, which arrived Monday at his home in th« west part of the city. STAND PAT Candidates for tlie various county offices, for which nominations will be made next June, are now being groom ed. So far the only public announce ment made is iiat of Geo. Porch, of Kadoka, who is "in the hands of his friends" for the nomination for sheriff. Get your sal soda for washing at Collier's New Store. The young ladies of the J. U. G. club, with a number of invited guests gave a shower Tuesday evening for Miss Grace Walden, who unfortunate-! ly lost all her clothing in the tire wliicn destroyed the house on her fa-j ther's claim Monday of last week. A delightful time isreported from the party. Haargesheimer says:- When you get aick lend for REXALL REMEDIES We guarantee eyery one 0,scar i. Ramsey had bills got out at this office announcing an auction sale of stock, farm machinery and household goods at his place south west of town on the 20th. He and his family will move to town. It is ru mored that Mr. Ramsey has purchased the Philip Livery, and will takecharge the first of the month. ('oilier will sell you style in art squares make the price right. any size or or rugs—and Diatnonds.Watches, Clocks Jewelry, Silver, Flat and Hollow Ware A good, well assorted tttock of thoroughly reliable jewelry at iri-• i hat merit your attention. Specialties in Black HUls rl inl and jewelry, fountain peti*. souvenir -.yoons, etc. We also carry a line of BOOKS FOR BOTH OLD AND YOUNG We Mesire to have a customer continued patronage and fully reali/i ihat this can be done only by ifivin^ satisfaction. Qive us the Chance All kinds of 1 list-Class Kejjairiiu Kindred to liie Trade. W. L. WILKINSON The Reliable Jeweler Pint W«t 0. H. CommiaaiotMr'* Oft WAISTS ODDS AND ENDS You should see our Bargain Counter of odds and ends. Most anything you want at very low prices. DON'T FOROKT THE PLACE Don't forget this place, where you find the best of everything to cat and wear. R. M. Williams rjBiv •eh** Millett. l'ie-.:'lent /. M. The Latest Cigars To i alU'l to our wtock art' the La Car inas and Mi?ka. We carry both Domes tic and Havana cigars in stock at all time* WV solicit your trade when you want either a r»c or 10c cigar. Pioneer Pharmacy Fort Pierre Hospital Under the Management of Drs. Lavery & Walsh A E A Medical, Surgical and Confinement cases, in private rooms, per week, •hum to *rj.iMi, according to room: ward patients, per week, Surgical cases will he charged $2. no to no extra lor operating room Conlinenu nt cases will be charged &i.U0 uer week tor board and room before iili.lenient laundry extra. Medicines and dressings fur nished at cost. Above rates include Board, Room and Nursing. Special Nurses can be secured at all times at reasonable prices Ihsident Physician- William Schroeder, M. i. Matron and .Superintendent of Nurses Mrs. Kssie Stansljertjf-Schroe der, (iraduale Nur.se. CONTAGIOUS DISBASES NOT ADMITTED Live Poultry W nted! I Will buy anything in live |x»ultry, from a two-week old chick to an old bird. The market for such goods is never over »lone. Will pay cash on delivery at Pleasant View Poultry Farm, one-half mile north of the postollice. Jake Weber, Philip, S. D, P. S. Watch the market columns in this |aier for pw vailing prices quoted l.v me. Squire*. Sery. ami Mirr, K. STANLEY COUNTY ABSTRACT & LOAN CO. Real Est.it Loans, Insurance, Conveyancing'. Surely Bonds We Write Fire, Lightning, Tornado, Life, Farm, iiurgiar and 1 delimity Insurance We attend to Your Business: Recording, Paying Taxes, Collecting Ilcnt, Copying Decrees, buying and Selling lleai ftstate \Yc make a Specialty of Real Loans and Abstracting. Write us about it O I I I K 1 K K S O U A K A Free Homestead and Desert Land i can locate you on FRKK homesteads or desert land in the best part of Meade county. Stageleaves Sturgis daily for Vale, and from Vale to Sulphur on Mondays and Fridays, returning on follow ing days. Always at Sulphur Postofflce with team to show land. Archie Allen SrLPIIL P. O., EA DBS COUNTY, S. D. Sumner, Treasurer Homestead Locating Desert Claims THE SCIENTIFIC TIRE SHRINKER Sets your tires without removing them from the wheels. Quickest and most practical method of tighteuin# *11 •b.e sof tires. Does not dish the wheels. Russell Blacksmith Shop PHILIP. S. D.