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of CITY OF PHILIP VOL V. No 27. If you are contemplating holding a sale this fall get LEEDOM the Cottonwood Auctioneer to sell it for you HE (JETS THE PRICES Dates at Bank of Philip, or phone me at my expense Duck Coats Men's duck coats blank et lined corduroy collar $1.75 to $5.00 Boys' duck coats blanket lined $1.59 Men's corduroy coats heavv sheep lined $6.50 Men's brown corduroy fine stripe blanket lined extra quality $5.00 Blankets Wool finish extra heavy $2.00 to $3.00 Red Goose jckool £koes Bear Jack:- »,. •S\ SH v,Just 5* 4 .(TAJ*-'*, you, fVi I 4^' Underweaf Ladies1 Set Snug (union) per suit $ 1.00 Ladies' Set Snug two piece per suit $1.00 Children's fleece lined vests and pants 20o40c Men's heavy fleece 50c Men's fleeced (union) per suit $1.25 Corsets Alberta corsets $ I-$2.50 Misses corset waists 50c F. P. oorsets_$ 1.00 Red Goose School Shoes Don't forget to bring your Red Qoose drawing before December First George's Letter to Jack a line to let you know how things are going. I was* in Sageser-'s, the Philip jeweler, today, and say, if you are going to make that best girl ent- W sure and go see him. He is a fat, jolly fellow and he doesn't get cranky when a person doesn't buy, just gladvtp have people come in and 'rubber.'' his window display at Christmas time. He has a fine line of watche3, rings, chains, brooches, silver flat ware, cake baskets, bread trays, blocks of all kinds and a swell lina^ot hand painted china and rich cut glass. He also has jewel cases, grip tags and souvenir spoons on which he engraves, and a line of sterling silver novelties such as toilet sets, match Safes, sewing sets, manicure sets, stamp boxes, desk, sets'and trinket boxes. v So long old Pal, meet me at Sageser's a»y time tlireen the £iret &nd Christmas. Your old friend, -A.%—* „. "f.,. v~ S.-tOh yo®, Jaofc, you must be sure and se^e fore buying any Christmas jutffcsentsi forg I-know he estn pleas#- N n Canned Goods Gopher Brand Apricots. Peaches, Straw berries, Raspberries 25c Tomatoes 15c Corn 15c two for 23c Peas 15c two for 25c Finest & Best For Boys & Girls of You "77?e Do You Realize That Philip has one of the very $ best barber shops in the state, We refer to the "Up-to-Date" Barber Shop You are assured a hearty wel come, courteous treatment and the best of workmanship. L. A. KELLEY! DR. BASSETT Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist At Philip every Wednesday Permanent address COTTONWOOD, S. D. Phone at residence Comforters Cotton filled comforters the kind like mother makes $2.00 /ours a pres don't want to miss •J. & Review of Reviews of 1007. at the postoffioe at Stanley PHILIP, STANLEY COUNTY, S. D. THURSDAY, NOV. 24, 1910. 12.0s Ar Philip County" PHILIP WEEKLY REVIEW A le«ml weekly newspaper published every Thursday afternoon at its uftii-e 011 North Center St.. Philip, South Dakota. Uy J, D. UA1NEY.SOU! OWNEli AND EDITOR Rntei*d as s«*orrt!-fcl*ss matter Anffnst 2, Philip. South Dakota, under the Act of Congress of March 3,1879. SUBSCRIPTION UATE8 One Year ,, .11 .AO Six Months .75 Three Months .40 I'n less paM twtt i(tv%nce. when a rate of $1.00 a year will l»e ranted. Train Schedule P., ft. 4c K. W. Ry. *.50 A X.M Rapid CI nr.... Ar 7.15 7.30 4.04 12.01 12.2« Lt Philip. Lv 3.51 2 42 :t.l7 EL Pierrft..... I.«l TPPUm t.50 8.28 Ar vJPtolT® A ,Lvl2 55 1.18 V 1 03 h. J. INCE Physician and Surgeon Graduale of BeHevue Hospital Medical College. Office onr Ilargeslieimer's Drug Store PHILIP, 8. D. Res. Phone 58 Office Phone 54 ...Local News... Wm. Hess made a business trip to. the county seat Monday. Ned Ronning visited with friends at the county seat over Sunday. T. J. Carr, of Hilland, departed on a business trip to Bloomtield, Nebr. Mrs. H. A. Kutnm was a visitor in the capital city Monday after noon and evening. £. W. Layner a business was visitor in the city tke fore part of the week, from Ash Creek. W. E. Alh»n, of Grindstone, made a business trip to Midland Friday, returning Saturday. Dr. HeinemannreDortsthe With of a boy on Nov. lOtn to Mr. and Mrs. Peter Nelson, of Ash Creek. i Dr. Kyde reports the arrival of a baby girl Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Van Valin, near Grindstone. P. H. Peterson, of Marietta, was in the city Monday and left on the night train on a business trip to the county seat. Good positions for students of the Sioux Falls Business College, Sioux Falls, S. Dak. Special offer 1 and catalogue sent on request Mrs. R. E. Morgan returned on Saturday's midnight passenger from a visit witii friends and rela tives in the White Owl country. A. I. Cooper left Monday for his old home in Quasqueton, Iowa, where he will spend a week or two visiting at the home of relatives. Charles St. CLiir, of Smith, de parted Saturday for Watertown, where he will make an extended visit at the home of relatives. H. F. Waldorf returned Tues day morning from his trip to points in Iowa, where he went to look after the interests of his real estate firm. Ben Knutson, a homesteader in eastern Meade countv, boarded Saturday night's passenger at this station for Lake Preston to spend Thanksgiving with home folks. Geo. Schlosser, of Sioux Falls, manager of the Western News paper Union, was a visitor in the city Tuesday morning, and was a pleasant caller at this office. J. N. Bodine and family have occupied their new house, which they recently completed on lots just west of the U. G. Benson home in the Miehael-McLane addition. Mrs. Dudson, who has spent the summer and fail at the home of her sister, Mrs. H. C. Peck ham, departed Monday for Couer D'Alene, Idaho, to join her hus band at their home there. A chicken car wilP be on the track at Philip Nov. 25th to Sun day, Dec. 4th. Bring in your poultry. Highest market price paid. Call or write Jake Weber or T. J. Robinson. Dr. Adda Whaley,"df Marietta, returned Sunday from a visit with home folks at Calloway, Nebr. She spent Monday fche city, as sisting a neif nbor in mUiing final proof, and departed Tveeday on 1 |thedrive home. |t s Dept of H»W*T Supt. Doyle, of this division, was out from Pierre over Thurs day night, to assist in making the arrangements for the farmers* in stitute, which was held Saturday. M. C. Magee has rented a part of the big Wray house on Wood avenue, and moved down from the homestead near Topbar the latter part of last week. II. R. Burns, from noftil of the city, departed on Monday noon's passenger for his former home at Forestburg, this state, where he has made arraatfcmeats to «pcnd the winter* The writer anticipated somewhat by saying that G. L. Jennewein and family left Thursday for their home in Adair, Iowa. They did not get away until Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Keene, who recently moved into the city from their ranch near Smith postoffice, are occupying the dwelling house built by Dr. N. B. (i ear hart on Wood avenue. The News moved Saturday into its new quarters in the basement of the Bank of Philip building. Bro. I )urkee has secured very com fortable quarters for his printing outfit. S. A. Vfatherspoon, of Middles boro, Tenn., was an arrival on Thursday evening's passenger for a visit at the B. W. Witherspoon home in this city and with his many acquaintances in the Milesville country. The High Studio has increased facilities and equipment to meet the demands of increasing business and are prepared to handle the holiday trade in the must thorough anil satisfactory manner. All work guaranteed. Prices reasonable. The ladies aid of the Presbyter ian church will meet Saturday evening of this week with Mrs. W. M. Griffin, at her home on the south side. Mrs. Griffin will be assisted in entertaining by Mrs. W. H. Isenberg. John Westphal, of Andover, 8. I)., who has been visiting at the Sehultz home, southwest of the city, and with a number of other acquaintances among those who have came here from Day county, loft Saturday noon for his home. C. B. Gray, formerly head miller with the Philip Mill & Elevator Co., arrived in the city Monday morning from Bryant, where he is employed by a milling company. He spent the day visiting with his friends here, and left for Brushie, where he was called on a real es tate deal. A card from County Commis sioner W. O. Hopkins announces the arrival on Wednesday of last week of a baby girl at his home at Hayes. The Hayes Homestead says mother and child are doing well, and that Will feels prouder than if he had been elected gover nor. Mrs. Anderson Michael and little daughter, Marjorie, left Thursday noon for Pierre, where they visit ed for a few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Reich. From there they went to Gettysburg to spend Thanksgiving at the home of Mrs. Michael's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Benster. Mrs. Dr. Ince went as far as Highmore on the passenger that left here Friday night, meeting her mother, Mrs. J. C. Lake, at that point, and returning to Philip with her Saturday afternoon. Mrs. -Lake, who comes from Belleville, Oiitario, Canada, will spend the winter at the Ince home. Mrs. B. A. White and #t#9ren were arrivals on Friday evening's passenger, returning from an ex tended visit at points in the east ern part of the state and in Iowa and Missouri. Mr. White met them at this station and the re uoited family left Saturday morn ing for tbeir ranch home near Westfork. B. A. Whits, of Westfork, is advertising a limited quantity of alfalfa seed for sale in this issue Mr. White informs us that his alfalfa has done very well during the past season, while other fields in the north country have been practically killed out He ascribes this to some extent to the fact that ^*^7/ \?W "m most of the alfalfa fields in this country are planted on bottom land, while his is on higher ground. Frank Gotham, of Topbar, re turned Monday morning from a week's trip to the Twin Cities and the country northeast of there, near the head of Lake Superior. He re ports a delightful trip into a coun try of which he had heard much bat never saw until last week. Mr. Gotham is arranging to make this his last winter in Stanley coun ty, intending to move his family to some point near Duluth before the spring work commences. The old log house which has stood for many years on the south side of Bad river, and was occupi ed until about two years ago by its owner, F. E. Morrison and his family, is in the hands of work men, who are razing it, aud con verting the greater part of it into lumber. This old building has for many years been a landmark at the forks of Bad river, in the days before the range country gave way to the homesteader, and before the city of Philip made it's mark upon the map. Because he had nothing better to do, the Review man dropped down into the room occupied by the Philip Harness company, in the basement of the Waddell build ing, a day or two ago. We'll state frankly that we met with Trainmen and passengers alike are delighted with the new steel chair cars that have been assigned the run from Minneapolisto Deadwood. These cars were placed in com mission the fore part of last week. They weigh sixtytwo tons, while the weight of the old cars were about thirty-five tons. Steel cars of the same model as these have received rather thorough tests in rear and head-end collisions, and in every case have withstood the crash with little damage, while none of the occupants have been injured. Several eastern lines are now pretty well equiped with steel coaches for passenger service, and it is probable all lines will use them within a siiort while to the exclu sion of those of the old style. Papers were made out locally the latter part of last week trans ferring the quarter section of which the Powell townsite is a part from Mrs. Maggie Rousseau to the Powell Land & Loan Co., a corporation of which D. B, Mc Cleery, C. R. Starbuck and John Curington are the memters. The consideration, we understand, was $5,000. Powell is a thrifty little village and is bound to grow, ac cording to those who are interest ed in the progress of that section. The transfer, while not including some tracts that were previously sold by Mrs. Rousseau as town lots, includes the greater part of the quarter section, which is a decided ly valuable piece of land. The wrecking of the house on the A. P. Hart/ell ranch, twelve miles northwest of the city, re moves a bailding that is one of the old landmarks of western Stan ley county it was, according to Jud Robinson, who came here a few years after the Grindstone Buttes were thrown up, the first building erected on the broad prairies of this section. Jud tells us that it was erected in 1880 by "Grisley" Shoun, well known among the old-timers, and that while it has undergone some re modeling in the past thirty years, the greater part was as it was first built Mr. Hartzell has commenc ed the erection of a fine modorn house, which will mark the pro gress and upbuilding of our great empire, as it's predecessor was a mark of the good aid piooeer days. 3 4 V v i "J r, V *V »V «. OFFICIAL PARI of STANLEY COUNTY S O E NOW-?- the lime to select your HOLIDAY CHINA A good assortment of Plates, Bowls, Cups Saucers, Creamers, Salt and Peppers, Etc. v At prices that are right Mrs. M. Gust C. A. BENNETT Lawyer- OAoa a surprise in the amount and quality of stock carried by this firm, and the general showing the store room makes to the visitors. This firm has a splendid equipment for re pair work, and is an institution that will compare most favorably with any in its line in cities a good many times the size of Philip. The people of this city and vicinity should appreciate having such a firm near at hand where just as good work and goods can be pro cured as in the cities. We have large sheds in w our material is Btored and kopt in good condition* V 4r »*&* Whole No. 18ft V W V4.- :j$**£ Mift" EMt Side of Center St. t*. A. A. HEINEMANN (5fflce North Center Street Phone 36A Residence senth of DeMl Phone 36B Sirgeon for the N. W. A. 11 PWlIp, ... South Daksta* PHILIP. S. D. Atlas Lumber Gtr Sail dimension lumber, uW shingles and all kinds of building material* 4 .w Wi A, v orar Har*Mh«lai«r'» Dru*Hlc** A A*) tm .HP* v Call on us R.E. MORGAN City Dray Una Wants a share #f your busi ness. Is in a Your Trade Appreciated «5?H '*4 -yr v "Hi- PHONES: J6 A Office 36 Reeldens|! \w position and has the facilities for proi Let your wants him. Dr. R. B. DRIVER DENTIST South Dakota Philip, north Center Street Office Phone 37 Ben. Phone 4A M. Brainerd Post & Co. Handle a fine line of grocer ier, dry goods, hardware and a general line of merchandise. Goods new and of the best quality. Prices right v 'J.) Ash Creek, S. D. Qaoaoa PhO^F AfcVtK WAOfiKMOm Philip & Waggoner Attorney* at Law Philip and Fort Pierre, So. Dakota: M. E. Cbnrch Services. Class meeting 10 a. m. preaching 10:30 a. m. Sunday school 11:30 a.D. Epworth League 7 p. m. preaohlng 8 p. m. Midweek prayer meeting Thursday at 8 p. m. each week. All are cordially invited to attend. C. H. Bryan, Pastor. The Rev. !rl R. Hicks 1011 Ahaawtt. The Rer. lrl ft. Hicks Almans* lor lull, that guardian Angel In a ban dred thousand homes, Is BM Mot many are now willing to out It and the Rev. Irl ft. Bleu?*** sine, Word and Works. The tOna art1 only One Dollar a year. Ths/ilpfaii ac Is 35c prepaid. No bene should fail to send Ier Utmi and Works Publishing O»*i0aSf^ Loals, Ma. Tour Mood is your pure, It acts as a diseases. Piota$ keeping jour Hollister*s ftoofcff" meet ifftrrttrf jhfcaedN |iSlSi Tea or Hmk'