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H. J. INCE
Physician and Surgeon
Graduate of Bellevue Hospital
Medical College.
Office over Ilargesheimer's DrugStOTe
PHILIP, S. D.
Res. Phone 58 Office Phone 54
...Local News...
Let Jud Pepper cry your auction sale
We meet all competition. G. W
VanDusen & Co.
Money to loan on farm land. Dun
levy's Land Agency. 22tf
We buy, we sell, occasionally trade
land. Square Deal Land Oo.
For wedding stationary that is Just
right, call at the Review office.
C. A. Bennett and Will Walpole
were busine&s visitors in the capital
city Saturday.
Have you a farm or ranch that you
want to sell, list it with the Square
Deal Land Co.
Ned Ronning and Porter Dorothy
spent Thanksgiving with friends at
the coanty seat.
Dr. N. B. Gearhart was here from
Pierre Friday morning to look after
some business matters.
STAND PAT
The ladies aid society of the M. E.
church will meet tomorrow (Friday)
afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of
Mrs. IT. G. Benson.
H. J. McMahon left Thursday af
ternoon for Rapid City, to spend a
few days—arranging the Jeffries-John
son affair, he says.
Hamilton Roth, who has been
spending a number of months with
his son at Ash Creek, departed
Thursday for Kansas City, Mo.
Mrs. M. E. Philips returned Thurs
day evening from an extended visit
with relatives in Milwaukee and
other points in eastern Wisconsin.
How about it, do you want to sell
your Stanley Co. farm? We have got
buyers for it are your prices right, if
so list with the Square Deal Land Co.
Gold Medal, Garland
and Pillsbury's Best
flour. Best on the mar
ket. At all merchants.
Louis Olson and family have moved
into the house in the west part of
town, which he purchased recently
from L. J. Malone. Mr. Olson is em
ployed at the mill.
The Con boys, father and two sons,
who have been spending the fall in
the Smith neighborhood, departed
Thursday noon for Springfield, where
they will spend the winter.
I want to buy a few qnarters in
Stanley county. If you want to sell
right, send numbers, a true descrip
tion of land and lowest price in first
letter. R. W. Shag, Strawberry
Point, Iowa. 2Mt
C. E. Wright, who has been visit
ing at the James Young home near
Smith over Thanksgiving, left Mon
day for his home in Belle Plaine,
Iowa. Mr. Wright is greatly impress
ed with this section, and is confident
of its continued growth and prosper!
ty.
Thanksgiving was generally observ
ed within the city, although there
were no special services at the
churches. It was the day for the big
eat, and in that way was observed by
everyone. Places of business were
closed for the afternoon and evening.
At the last meeting of the business
men's association the secretary was
instructed to take up the matter of
procuring weather signal flags and
the weather bulletins. The proper
papers have been prepared and sub
mitted to the officials in charge of
that service, and the flags should be
here in a few days and the service be
gun locally. The flags will be dis
played from the big pole at the head
of Center street.
I N E W E A U E & O O S A K E
A E S
Y O U W I I N I S O E V E Y A S Y A N A I N E I
A E S E I E
flour
at your grocery or the mill
Dr. II. A. Fitzgerald came down
from Lead Thursday and has been
visiting with friends in the city.
Registered Jersey male for service.
Warner residence, one-half mile north
of town. 26tf
Miss Delia Bruns departed Sunday
night for Wagner, where she will
•pend the holidays at the home of a
sister.
William Hubberl, of Old Trail, left
Saturday for Cedar Rapids, Iowa,
where he will visit until after the
holidays.
W. L. Gerow, of Fort Pierre, was
here Saturday night in the interests
of his company, the Stanley County
Abstract Co.
Just received a new line
of Roanoke Peaches,
Pears and Apricots-all
first class-to sell at 20c
per can. W. O. Smith.
The advertising columns of the Re
view plainly advise you to do your
holiday shopping early. Read the ads
an.l get busy.
Hard and soft coal at VanDusen's.
Who has land to sell? List it with
the Square Deal Land Co.
Money to loan on farm land. Dun
levy's Land Agency. 22tf
New goods continually arriving,
Wilkinson, the Reliable Jeweler.
TWO corner lots on the hill for
1 sale. See Arnold.
Wood for sale at R. W. Mathie
json's at $2.50 a rick, cut stove
length. 25-tit
Good four-hole range nearly new,
has a good reservoir, for sale at
the Review office. tf
I use genuine watch material only
in all my wateh repairs. Wilkinson,
tlie Reliable Jeweler.
The M. E. Ladies will hold a ba
zaar and chicken pie supper in the
basement of the church on Saturday,
December 11th.
E. N. Nelson, of Marietta, departed
Friday night to visit with relatives
and friends at Oakland, Nebr., until
after the holidays.
Can you think of any
more acceptable Xmas
gift than a box of real fine
stationery? We have it.
Pioneer Pharmacy
FOR SALE—Five acres of land,
cement building and machinery for
manufacturing cement blocks. $900.
See Will Walpole. l2-4t
II. C. Ruenholl left Saturday for
his former home at Litchfield, 111,,
where he will spend about three
weeks visiting with relatives and
friends.
Mrs. R. D. James and children left
Saturday for their home at Norfolk,
Nebr., after making an extended
visit at the home of her mother, Mrs.
Augusta Fori.
Earl Roush and his bride arrived
Friday evening from Grindstone,
where they spent Thanksgiving at
the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. 11. I. Kennedy.
Roanoke Peaches—20c,
3 cans for 50c.
H. A. Kumm.
The dance at the Grand opera
house Thursday evening was well at
tended and a very pleasant time re
ported by all who were present. The
local orchestra furnished the music.
William King was down from his
ranch east of Milesville Saturday to
meet his father, who arrived on the
noon train from the west from Eu
gene, Oregon, for an extended visit.
T1
le heavy fog the last three days
of last week was something out of
the ordinary for this season of the
year, it was by nc means local bat
extended over a great portion 6f the
northwest.
Harvey Iiortner, of Ash Creek, left
Monday noon for Chicago, where he
will take in the International Live
Stock Show and visit with relatives
and friends. He will spend the winter
in eastern states.
Finest line of Holiday
Post-cards in town. 5 &
10c Store.
Alvin Anderson spent Thanksgiv
ing with his parents at Brushie. He
left for that point two or three days
before and was accompanied by Dr.
Orr, who went to his son'selaim near
Brushie to keep him company over
Ttianksgiving.
Frank Fort was up from 'Midland
over Thanksgiving visiting at the
home of his mother, seven miles
northeast of town. Mr. Fort is one of
the carpenters engaged in the finish
ing work on the new brick bank
building at Midland.
588 draws the China
Cabinet at W. O.Smith's.
If not presented by Dec.
9th the second number
3964 draws it.
Regular monthly meeting of the
business men's association will be
held tomorrow (Friday) evening at
the Masonic hall. Let's have a good
attendance. Don't delegate your
work to someone else be there to ex
press your own opinions. The associa
tion is for the welfare of everyone in
city.
The work of Installing the heating
plant in the North-Western hotel
was commenced Monday by the work
men sent here by F. B. Davis & Co.,
of Fort Pierre, who have the con
tract. M. P. Kennedy, former county
auditor, is supervising the work for
his company. The installation of the
plant puts the Hotel in first class shape,
and far ahead of anything in its line
on the extension.
STAND PAT »our
at your grocery or the mill
The bazaar and New England sup
per given bj the ladies of the Pres
byterian church Saturday in the base
ment of the M. S. Church was splen
didly patronised. The bazaar furnish
ed many with articles needed in view
of the approach of winter and the
holiday season, and the supper—it
was immense, in the opinion of the
writer, and everyone else who had
the opportunity to enjoy It.
V Y S W E I
E I
N A A
Old papers at this office.
V OTS! LOTS! Anywhere in Philip.
Buy now! See Arnold.
Dr. A. A. Heinemann was called to
Cottonwood Tuesday morning.
Investigate my prices on cut glass.
Wilkinson, the Reliable Jeweler.
Wanted—Stock to pasture for the
winter. Earl Iloush. 27tf
Will pay 50r per bushel for any
kind of ear corn. R. M. Waddell. 2fitf
Registered Jersey male for service.
Warner residence, one-half mile north
of town. 'jtitf
C. S. Larimer left Saturday to
spend a few days in Chicago- looking
after some business matters.
Ladies—Call and get a beautiful
art calendar free. Mrs. T. A. Butter
field. 28-2t
"I farm, seven miles out
a positive snap will sell for
$lo.5o per acre all farm land. See
Arnold.
H. F. Waldorf returned Tuesday
morning from a ten days' trip thiough
the eastern part of the state and
western Iowa.
Notice—I. O. O. IT. members are re
quested to be present at the election
of officers, degree work and smoker
Monday evening, Dec. 6th.
Just received a full line
of Mayer Shoes. Selling
at a cut price for the next
ten days. W. O. Smith.
Four good Durham cows for sale
will be fresh soon a bargain. Come
and see them. Warner's residence,
one-half mile north of town. 2»tf
Robt. Hefti, clerk at Kumm's store,
accompanied by his his little son, de
parted Tuesday for Wayne, Nebr.,
called by the serious illness of his
father.
Catholic services will be held at
Mr. Ilannigan's place, two and one
half miles southeast of Ash Creek, on
Tuesday, Dec. 7th at 10 a. m. Rev. A.
O'Hara, Pastor.
Philip lodge No. 153 A. F. & A. M.
regular communication next Tuesday
evening, Dec. 7th. Election and in
stallation of officers. Every brother
is earnestly requested to attend.
For Sale—S. C. Buff Orphington
cockrels from prize-winner stock $1
to $3 each is taken within 30 days.
Mrs. F. M. Ring, Philip, or enquire
at the Review office. 28-2t
Dr. Heinemann went to Pierre Fri
day, and Saturday assisted Dr. Gear
hart in operating on Jesse McPher
son, of Smith, for appendicitis. The
operation is reported as successful
and that the patient is doing very
nicely.
China Cut (Mass in
fact, everything that you
will find In an up to date
stock at prices that are
right.
Pioneer Pharmacy
Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Williamson, who
have been visiting at the home of
their daughter, Mrs. M. F. Collier,
departed Monday evening for Sterl
ing, Colorado, where they will visit
with relatives for a few weeks before
returning to their home in Talmage,
Iowa.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bice, of Des
Moines, Iowa, arrived Friday for a
few days' visit with Mr. and Mrs. II.
W. Edwards. They left for home on
Tuesday night's train. While here
Mr. Bice purchased a quarter section
of land about seven miles north of
Powell, and intends making sub
stantial improvements on it.
11. G. Arnes has purchased the
Lamb residence property on Larimer
avenue and as soon as given possession
which will be within a few days, will
move in from the claim northeast of
town. Mr. Lamb has purchased a lot
on Pine street, a block west of the
Methodist church, and has already
commenced building a house thereon.
The business streets of the city are
in horrible condition as the result of
the snow storms, whioh were followed
by thaws. In previous seasons the
high grading allowed excellent drain
age, but since the streets have been
graded down the drainage is far from
being what it should be. It will be
necessary to gravel and put in ce
ment gutters before the streets can
be kept in shape. We hope it will be
possible to do that before another
winter starts in.
Post Card Albums of
all descriptions, ranging
in prices from 15c to $6
best line in Philip.
Pioneer Pharmacy
We are this week giving our read
ers the first installment of Stewart
Edward White's best story, "The
Riverman." The story was published
last year in the Saturday Evening
Post, and was the best thing appear
ing in those colamns during 1908. It
is charming. If you are like many
and insist that you will not read
story as it appears serially, tear out
the page containing the installment
as it comes to you each week, and
when the story is finished, you can
read the whole thing at one sitting,
If you feel so inclined. But read it
by all means.
8 8 E E E A
E S
PHILIP IS SM GROWING
Great Amonnt of Building and Im
provement Work I'mler Way
lor the Season
In spite of the fact that the
winter season is upon us, the time
of the year when the ordinary
carjenter is searching his clothes
for the mite that is left of the last
season's wages, building opera
tions continue unabated in Philip.
It is true that in the two and a
half years since the townsite sale,
Philip has not seen more building
than has leen done this fall. They
are substantial buildings, too.
In the business section the build
ing for High's photograph studio
is nearing completion, and the
brick blocks for the Bank of Phil
ip and the News office are under
construction.
In the residence portions of the
town we tind that the following
have new dwelling houses in the
various stages of construction,
quite a number being near com
pletion: G. F. Moles, 1). W.
Roush, Rev. A. H. Stormo, H.
Durkee, Anderson Michael, L. J.
Malono, and W. S. Cowie. H. A.
Kumm has the house purchased
some weeks ago from J. E. VV.vc
kotf near its new site on west Pine
street and it will le put through a
short siege of remodeling before
being ready for occupancy.
The following are remodeling
their houses and building additions
that in every instance will be
substantial improvements to their
projerty: Herman Nelson, E. L.
Kietli, R. M. Waddell, C. E. Mc
Lane, Carson Williams, R. A.
Hielski, I)r. 8. M. Kyde, S. W.
Russell and I. N. Wingot.
The year, which has a month to
go on yet, has been a great one for
our little city, but the writer does
not hesitate in prophesying a
greater one in the aproaching year
of 1910.
Alone In Saw Mill At Midnight
unmindful of dampness, drafts,
storms or cold, W. J. Atkins worked
as Night Watchman, at Banner
Springs, Tenn. Such exposure gave
him a severe cold that settled on his
lungs. Atlast he had togive up work.
He tried many remedies but all failed
till he used I)r. King's Ne w Discovery
"After using one bottle" lie writes,
"I went back to work as well asever."
Severe colds, stubborn coughs, in
flamed throats and sore'lungs, Hem
orrhages, Croup and Whooping
Cough get quick relief and prompt
cure from this glorious medicine, 5oc
and $1.00. Trial bottle free, guaran
teed by all druggists.
"The Girl From IJ. S. A."
If you care to test how the depths
of patriotic fervor can be stirred by a
stage scene, just see "The Girl From
IT. S. A." at the Grand opera house
on Saturday evening, Dec. 4th, and
witness the pandemonium thai will
be raised by the great climax at the
end of the second act. And the best
thing about it is that there is nothing
forced, only the natural outcome of
the action of this successful musical
play. The solos and quartets by sweet
voioed singers will also linger in your
memory for many a day. A strong
company and a large chorus of beau
tiful girls will appear in the presen
tation.
Stung For 15 Years
by Indigestion's pangs—trying many
doctors and $200.(X) worth of medicine
in vain, B. F. Ayscue, of Ingleside,
N. C., at last used Dr. King's New
Life Pills, and writes they wholly
cured him. They cure Constipation,
Biiliousness, Sick Headache, Stomach,
Liver, Kidney and Bowel troubles.
25c at all druggists.
House to rent. Inquire of H. A.
Kumm.
Excelsior flour—none better—G. W.
VanDusen & Co.
Fresh milch sow wanted. R. M.
Waddell. 26tf
N E corner and one Inside lot on
the flat, for sale by Arnold.
O
Roanoke Peaches»20cf
3 cans for 50c.
H. A. Kumm.
Consider a subscription tw the lie
view, Stanley county's leading paper,
as a Christmas present for that dear
friend. It's worth thinking about.
.Four good Durham cows for sale
will be fresh soon a bargain. Com
and see them. Warner's residence,
one-half mile north of town. 2(itf
Money for farm loans. Liberal
rates. We also buy deeded lands for
ca*h. Add**** Mundt litt*., Pierre,
S. D. 4-tf
STAND PAT
W
Mrs. M. (iust is reported as quite
sick.
Miss Grace Walden fa clerking at
the 5 and 10c store.
Mrs. J. W. Laughlin,of Pierre, was
a visitor in the city yesterday.
Andy Abrahamson departed yes
terday noon on a business trip to
Sioux City.
STAND PAT
A
tto»r
at your grocery or the mill
Who has a tract of land that he
would like to turn into a business
that is paying and profitable, talk it
over with the Square Deal Land Co.
The Claman Players, billed at the
Grand Tuesday night, canceled their
engagements west of the river on ac
count of the Homestake {lockout in
the northern Hills, fearing Its effect
on their line of business in the Hills
town*.
fj£HT
at your grocery or the mill
The Presbyterian ladies realized
from their ba/.aar and supper last
Saturday evening.
A packet of calling cards would
make an acceptable Chrlsmaspresent
for her. (Jet them at the ileview
office.
Chas. Ilaxby of Hardingrove, and
S. B. Kairchilds, ofWoodlawn, shipp
ed cattle Saturday from this station
to the eastern market.
Remember W. O. Smith
is still selling oil at 15c
and gas at 20c per gallon.
Rev. Evans, of Huron, will con
duct services at the Presbyterian
church morning and evening on Sun
day, Dec. Oth. All are invited to at
end.
DANDY little house—on the
flat, close in to the business
part of Philip several lots goes with
this property party leaving town.
See Arnold.
Ira Miller is again a familiar figure
on the streets, having arrived the
tirst of ttie week from eastern Meade
county, where he has been visiting
for several weeks.
George Bowley is here frotn Van
Metre to look after his losal interests
and visit with friends. Mr. Bowley
owns the residence property in the
wesl part ef town occupied by 11. B.
Fislar and family.
Have you laid by your
winter's supply of flour?
Gold Medal, Garland and
Pillsbury's Beet* at all
merchants.
Mrs. Howard Hahn is visiting at
her former home in Cedar Rapids,
Iowa. She left for that point the
fore part of last week, and was ac
companied as far as Pierre by Mr.
Hahn, who returned to Philip Thurs
day.
A party of homesteaders from near
Cooper, in eastern Meade county,
boarded tlie train yesterday noon for
points east to spend the holidays.
Miss Ida Cottrell going to Hazel, this
state Alphonso Weber to Freeport,
III.: John Passman to Clinton, Iowa
Ralph Smith to Fulton, III. and
Chas. Walker to Kennebec, this state.
FRENCH DRY
CLEANING
This has grown until it is now a
special department of our business
equipment with the latest and
most complete appliances.
We are building up a dry clean
ing trade which extends .all over
the state of South Dakota.
Hy the use of skilled help and
ample eduipment we can give per
fect service.
Prices are less than those charg
er in Chicago or other large cities.
We invite you to consult us in
regard to everything in the nature
of dry cleaning. W rite or call on
MULCAHY, The Tailor
St. Jo.- St., Katld I'ity, H. D.
We have agents at all towns be
tween the Missouri and the Hills.
Consult our agent in your town.
ED. LINS, AGENT
Philip, S. Dakota
Wilkinson's Christmas Editorial
In my Holiday Announcement of last year, I made the statement that I should
endeaver to make that season's business a basis for a greater success in each suc
ceeding year. I have btiilded better than I expected. My increase in business
the last year is very gratifying and 1 attribute it solely to the fact that my custom
ers have received satisfaction.
What is satisfaction? Your money's worth, to be brief.
My showing this year is five times as great as last and comprises all the new
est, artistic conceptions of the Jeweler's and Silversmith's art.
The variety and price this year will be sure to please and you will find here
Christmas ideas galore.
Will be pleased to have you make this store a visit when doing your Christ
mas shopping whether you buy or not.
Courteous attention and first class store servioe.
1
lrvin Feldman, of Pierre, is tore to
organize a local chapter of the Rank
ers Club, a fraternal insurance com
pany that had its origin within the
state.
L. WILKINSON
The Reliable Jeweler
CT4
HARGESHEIMER'S
MONEY! MONEY !1 MONEY 111
Li TIIE O'HAKA MORTGAGE CO. loan you the
money to improve your farm (which adds to its val"
u*') at a reasonable rate of interest, payable annually
for a term of live years, the borrower having the priv
ilege of making payments on the principal on any
interest date. Your money is ready for you as soon
as the Abstract is completed. Call on or write
ROY C. BURNER, Mgr., Rapid City, So. Dak.
Fort Pierre Hospital
Under the Management of Drs. Lavery & Walsh
A E A
Medical, Surgical and Confinement cases, in private rooms, par week,
$lo.(Mi to •r.oo, according to room ward patients, per week, 18.00
Surgical cases will le charged $-_\oo to $:.(«) extra for operating room
week for board and room
licines and dressings fur*
Confinement cases will be charged $:.oo per week for board and room
Medi
nished at cost.
before confinement laundry extra.
Above rates include Board, Room and Nursing. S ecial Nurses
can be secured at all times at reasonable \ces
Resident Physicians—Charles .1. Lavery, M. 1)., J. Mark Walsh,M. D.
Matron and Superintendent of Nurses Miss Daisy M. Snider,
Graduate Nurse.
OoNTAOlODi DISEASES NOT ADMITTED
THE SCIENTIFIC TIRE
Russell Blacksmith Shop
PlilLIR S. l).
Philip Mill & Elevator Co.
INCORPORATED
$25,000.00 Capital
Philip, S. D.
Mn
DAT Flour. A home industry
I I /A 1 Quality guaranteed
MILL FEEDS ON HAND AT ALL TIMES
A E Y O U O
MISSOURI?
But whether you are or not—let qs
show you. Anything in our line you
desire. Call aiul see us.
Pocket Knives
We have just received a large consignment of
Pocket Knives, varied in style and quality we have
them at from
10c
to
$2.00.
"Cut in on this"
If you shave, look over our line of Razolf,
captioned quality at a reasonable price.
We Sell Hardware
Severin-Wheeler Co.
Railroad St, Philip, S. I).
THE PLACE TO DO YOUR SHOPMNQ
1
SHRINKER
Sets your tires without removing
them from the wheels. Quickest and
most practical method of tightening all
sizes of tires. Does not dish the wheels.
Ex-

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