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Philip weekly review. [volume] (Philip, Haakon County, S.D.) 1918-1920, June 06, 1918, Image 4

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OLD SETTLERS
PICNIC AUGUST 13THS
At a meeting of
officers
Old Stanley County Old
Settlers Association held at Mid
land Tuesday evening arrange
ments were made to hold the
picnic of the association at Mid
land thiq year on August 13.
Midland promise* to extend a
hearty welcome to the Old Set
tlers and a pleasant picnic is
anticipated.
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Hundreds of SATISFIED persons in this community have bought
garden and farm implements, such as hoes, rakes, spades, scythes, «t&,
fan Mb .WHY NOT YOU? This is the time
G. G. WHEELER, The Hardware Man
PHILIP, S.D.
Telephone Rates Lewer
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the United States
Than in Enrept
Rates for telephone service should be based upon the
tost of materials and labor and the kind of service fur
nished.
Wages paid telephone employees in this country are
practically double those paid in Europe for the same kind
of work.
Telephone materials also cost a great deal more in
America than abroad and the grade of telephone service
furnished here is far superior as everyone who has trav
eled in Europe knows.
Thus, the same materials could be purchased, the
same amount of labor employed and service, such as is
provided, oould be furnished for less money in Europe
than in America.
When the cost of operating is twice as muoh in Amer
ica as in fqprope, telephone rates in Europe, to be pro
portionately equal, should be only a dollar for service
costing $2.00 in America, and a long distance call oosting
$1.00 here should only- cost 50 cents in Europe.
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appointed to have charge: I
Finance^ Tom Jones, A. Bieler
C. E. Murry, O. C. Davidson,
Carl Nordstrom, F. S. Kowe, J.
F. (Hughes, W. B. Kuhn, and
Chris Lareen.
Program: Mesdamee Bastion,
Bieler, Murray, Hudson, Jones,
J. Addison, and Messers H. G.
Taggart, Theo. Wiprud, Charles
Robertson, and O. E. Tell.
Sports: F. W. Calhoun, Ed
Lane, J. Ibbs, M. E. Young,
"Will Elrod, A. C. Behl, J. A.
TRUMPS
NEBRASKA TELEPHOflE CQMPAIff
lave Pwi
AT OEM THEATRE
Ion. and Tuee., June 10-11
Admission 20 and 40 oents
Mightiest Picture off World
That the Brain off Man
Ha* Y6t Conoeived and Realized
Spring
Stock
Is Big
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Buchanan, tToin Jones and Stan
ley Philips.
Grounds: Tom Jones, £. C.
Russell, Jake Addi*on, H. A.
Howes, D. Bastion, J. F. Mc
Guire, Wm. Elrod and Manuel
Sylva.
Decorations: C. T. Coyn©,Dan
Bastion, W. A. Brown, G. I.
Towne, Wm. Hopkins, Mrs. C.
T. Coyne and Mrs. M. E. Young.
Badges: Mrs. F. W. Calhoon,
Mrs. H. A. Howes, Mrs. J. A.
Buchanan and (Charles Robertson.
Press: Charles Robertson,
James Snow, H. B. Lovald, A.
Waggoner, C. N. Leedom, C. E.
Coyne, V. L. Ferguson and Mrs.
V. L. Ferguson.
Membership: George Robert
son, Andy Rieketts, H. J. Mc
Mahon, C. L. Millett and R. L.
Pinkerton.
Reception: Mesdames J. C.
Russell, Frank Rood, Tom Tolton
J. E. Calhoon, M. Sylva, H. A.
Kumm, C. E. McLane, F. S.
Rowe, Wm. Frost, F. Marrington
W. S. Martin, Emily Hall, Jane
Wyckoff, Charles IIaxby A.
Waggoner, G. E. Sumner and
Messrs J. E. Utterbeck, T. J.
McGuire, George Philip, Ernest
Reeves, W. P. Shoun, W. A.
Steine, Frank Slocum, A. F.
Scovil, Wm. Hayes, E. B. Hughe«,
C. A. Craven, Geo. Huston, B
A. White, J. F. Braddock, L.
Marrington, M. Feeny and Wm.
Griffith.
SCHWARTZ-MARRINGTON
Miss Ada Schwartz, of this
cijy, and Fred L. Marrington, of
Westfork, were united in mar
riage Monday at *Fort Pierre.
The ceremony took' place at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Por
ter, Rev. H. M. Bissell, of the
Congregational church, officiat
ing.
Miss Schwartz, who is the
daughter of F. G. Schwartz,
has made this city her home for
several years past and is highly
respected among all who know
her. For the past year she has
been teaching school near Miles
ville. The groom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. FredL. Marrington,
residents in the northern portion
of the county for many years
past, and is a young man of
sterling worth. He was in *the
city yesterday, being one of
the young men of the oounty
to register for war service un
der the selective service
regulations.
The young couple will make
their home at Westfork, and the
best wishee of many friends for
happiness and contentment in
their new life Is extended to
them.
SOUR STOMACH
This is a mild form of indiges
tion. It is usually brought on
by eating too rapidly or too
much, or of food not suited to
your digestive osgans. If you will
eat slowly, masticate your food
thoroughly, eat but little meat
and none at all for supper, you
will more than likely avoid the
sour stomach without taking
any medicine whatever. WTien
you have sour stomach take one
of Chamberlain's Tablet* to aid
digestion.
The Food Administration lias
sect out through all state ad
ministrators a warning to corn,
barley, and oats millers and to
wholesale and retail dealers in
the products that at the present!
prices of these grains corn meal
and oat meal should be selling
at least 20 per cent below the
price of wheat flour and that
corn flour and barley flour
should be selling at least 10 per
cent below wheat flour.
Behoof and Township Wamat
booka far Mb at the
AT
THE
Friday and Saturday, June 7 and 8,
SPECIAL by the producer of the
Birth of a Nation. HER CONDONtD
•M, starring six persona. Admission
lft and SB oents.
Monday and Tasaday Jane 10 and
U, THE FALL OF A NATION, a
motion picture
spectacle
THE PHILIP WEEKLY REVIEW
J. D. Rainey, Publisher
A lepral weekly newspaper publish
ed every Thursday afternoon at its of
fice «n North Center St., Philip, S.D.
Official paper *f Haakon ceunty
Entered as seeond class matter on
August 2, 19(i7, at the postoflice at
Philip, S. D., under the Act of Con
grew of March 3, 1879.
SMITH
John McPerson, of Ft. Pierre, was
caller at the George Pugh home one
day last week.
P. E. Byrnes returned home Friday
from Rochester, where he had been
called to see a brother who was in
the Mayo hospital at that place- His
brother was improving.
Mrs. Clark Paul, who underwent an
operation
a
few weeks ago at Mayo's
in Rochester, Minn., is out of the hos
pital and will spend a few days visit
ing in Iowa before her return
J. F. Pancake has been nursing a
very painful jaw the past week caused
by an ulcerated tooth.
Dorothy Philips,of Philip, came out
Thursday to the T. P. Keyser home
for a visit.
6has. Smith was in Pierre last week
and drove out a new Ford.
K. Clements and family visited at
theJoeKurka home in Philip last
Sunday.
The next meeting of the Butte
View Red Cross branch will be held
at the T.P. Keyser home Wednesday,
June 12. Ice cream and cake will be
served and the proceeds will go to
branch.
Walter Kellog lost a valuable three
year old colt last Friday.
R. White and family are occupying
the Vogalsang property north of the
Geo. Woodard farm.
This vicinity was visited by a hea
vy rain last Friday. Ih some places
hail did damage to gardens.
Francis O'Connell has purchased D.
J. Kennelly's farm of two hundred
acres near the north butte.
Mr. Berry and family, of Philip,
have been out to the Win.Keen ranet
several days. Wm.Keen has been hav
ing some prairie broke and will seed
it to flax.
Steve Bodish who has been employ
ed at the Clement ranch, is now on
his claim near the Cheyenne.
A dance will be given at the Slovek
barn Friday evening, June 14 for the
benefit of the Butte View branch .of
the Red Cross. Lloyd's orchestra will
furnish the music and the ladies of
the branch will furnish lunches.
Everybody come.
A dance "will be given at the
opera house Friday evening.
Music by the Philip orchestra.
The municipal pupping station
and electric light fclant at Pierre
was destroyed by fire last night,
according to information received
here this morning.
Coming to Philip
DR. DORAN
A SPECIALIST, NOT IN NAME
ONLY, BUT BY EXPERI
ENCE OF ALMOST A
QUARTER OF A
CENTURY
DOSS NOT USE* THE KNIFE
WILL GIVE FREE CONSULTA
TION FROM 9 IN THE
MORNING UNTIL 5
In the afternoon at
NORTHWESTERN HOTEL
THURSDAY ,JUNE 20
ONE DAY ONLY
TKR7 COM MANY MILE8 TO
W MM
Df.
OEM 1HIATBI
Dot%n
is
a
medicine and
cial license
uakota
regular f*«d**t* in
surgery and has a spe­
and authority granted by
the State Medical
Board
of
to
dealing with
the origin and destiny of our repnbiiei
It 'sbowi wonderful war
with theUg gone at
wetk. AdmKshw 30 mod 4t
J*ao&
of TW OU»
l*s Last flfttnt
AteHrion U aai
,Jnm
visit
South
professionally the
more Important towns
offers to all who
and eities, and
call
on
this trip con-
saltation and examination
free, except
thetxpenaeef treatment when
desired.
According to his method of
ment lie does not operate for
appendicitis, gall stonee,
treat­
chronic
ulcers of
stmqach, tonsils or adenoids.
He haa to hia credit many wonder
fa) results In rtlsfisses of the stomach,
Itver, bowels, blood, skin, nerves,
heart, kidney. Madder, bed-wetting,
eatarrh, weak lungs, rheumatism,
selatlea, leguloers and rectal aliment*.
If jon have been ailing for
any
ratfeer than disease are very
canes of your long standing
that exam
fbe free and
with
with
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
Mrs. G. M. Johnson and'chil
dren left Monday night for a
visit with relatives and friends
at •eresford.
The Fall of a Nation is by the
luthor of the Birth of a Nation
and is also a great picture. At
Gem Monday and Tuesday.
Miss Laura Schiinke left Sat
urday for Rapid City, where she
enters the nurses' training school
iit the Methodist hospital, to
take a three years' course.
Hay Buswell, son of Mr. and
Mrs, J. P. Buswell left Tuesday
morning for Rapid City, to en
list for service in the navy. An
other son, Hubert, is now in
France with Battery C, 147 Field
Artillery.
The heavy rain Friday after
noon was more extensive than
a.ny such storm for many years.
It struck with equal force at Cofa
tonwood, Ash Creek and near
Manila, while at numerous points
including the Hardingrove flats,
it was little more than a fair
shower. At Manila the big coun
ty bridge was swept, 'from its
moorings by the force of the
water that went down East Fork.
Mns. Alice Dawson received a
letter the latter part of last
week from Corporal Frank Pes
hek, now with the expeditionary
forces in France, the first to be
received from him since his de
parture for overseas the latter
part of March. He reports a very
enjoyable trip in crossing and
that he finds it possible to obtain
anything he wants in supplies
on the other side, and only asks
that the letters from here be
very frequent. This is perhaps
the only request that the others
of our boys now in the training
camps or in France would make.
Keep the letters going to them
—and at the same time dof not
expect to always deceive re
plies for what they can write
is very limited.
Chautauqua Committee*
The following committees have
been appointed to have immedi
ate charge of the chautauqua. to
be held in Philip June 19-24.This
REGISTERED
Hereford Bulls
FOR SALE
I have just received a car/
load of registered Hereford
bulls which I am offering
for sale. These are all
good heavyvboned strong
individuals, Prices are
right, May be seen in
pasture adjoining Philip
ANDERSON MICHAEL
Philip, South Dakota
Advertise in Our Business Local
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does not release everyone
else from helping. In fact the
whole community must give this
project a boost, if it is to be the
big success it deserves to be
The various committees will hold
meetings at once'and arrange
for their work.
Committee on sale of season
tickets: Dr. J. W. Barksdale, H.
L. Brown, J. E. Kurka, E. F.
Wialden, E. M. Larson, R. M.
Williams, and A. S. Anderson.
•Committee on grounds and ar
rangements: Edward A. Lins,
H. G. Williams, H. A. Kumm, G.
G. Wheeler, and R. A. Bielski-
Finance Committee: O. K.
Whitney, Ned Ronning and C.
M. Pierce.
Advertising Committee: Alvin
Waggoner, J. B. Goff and J. D.
Rainey.
Mir. and Mrs. Philip Carley, of
Dowling, were guests at th© home
of Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Gee for
a dayoir two the fore part of the
week. They went to Omaha
and Iowa points for a visit with
relatives.
WHOOPING COUGH
In this Ji*du»e it is important
that the cough be kept loose
and expectoration easy, which
can be done by giving Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy. Mrs. P
H. Martin, Peru Ind., writes,
"My two daughters had whoop
ing cough. I gave them Cham
berlain's •Cough Remedy and \t
CATTLE FOR SALE
I have on hand good general
purpose heifers for breeding pur
poses, mainly two yeans old.
Parties desiring cattle should see
me. If stock on hand is not
what is wanted, can get what yon
want within a short while. Wm.
Keene, Philip. 6tf
Read the business locals OB
another page.
Wheat 1.90
Donna wheat .... 1.90
Rye 1-40
Oata «... ..... .80
Butter ..w ^j,^^'.00and .35
Cream ..
Eggs
Hogs
Farm Machinery
Sw F. A. Hmrt abmmt that Bindtr,
Rmkm. I mm telling tkm Minntfta Machimry
and will havm repair* for munm mt mty ranch.
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