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E. A. Morrison and wife of Top bar left Monday for n vi«it with relatives at Huroii. Otbclia Medines left last Friday for Presho where she will make her home with a brother. L. J, Grinager of Howard visit ed with 1 i. A. Bielski and family a couple of days last m'eek. T. Mrs. Eugene Muclbrandt left Tuesday for a two month's visit with relatives at Bloomfield, Neb. T. W add el I returned last Thursday from a months visit with relatives in various points in Ne bras i F. L. Cunkey and daughter Olara of Wessington are visiting with Mr. Conkey'® daughter, Mrs. E. H. Banks. E. J. Morgan arrived Saturday from Des Moines bringing'"with him a car ol' immigrant goods and has settled on a claim two miles northeast of town. «e*ee»eee©eee«eeeeeeeee*HMI VALENTINES and Valentine i'ost Cards Ifrom 1c to 25c Comic and Sentltne I 5 & 10 CENT STORE S GOOD 160 to From 800 a apt $8.00 to tracts, $16.00 Per Acre, We have RELINQUISH MENTS from 7 to 35 miles from Philip, which we can sell at from $150 to $1,000.00. WE WILL TRBAT YOU RIGHT Graham & rreres "The Wide Awake Land Men, PHOTOGRAPHS.7. In the Best uf Modern Finishes On Latest Style of Mountings, at .Fiksdal's Studio. Open Motnl'v. Tuesd'y &_Satuni'y N. Center Ave., Philip, S. D. UNDERWEAR UNDERWEAR $1«40 Men's all-wool $1«40 $1(00 Quigg sells land. Stop at Hargesheimer's. Bring your grain to Philfft ad. elsewhere. $1.12^ Men's all-wool $1(00 $1.12^ Ribbed 87-^ Ribbed 50c 87-^ Heavy Fleeced 50c 45c Heavy Fleeced 45c Misses' Heavy Fleeced Union Suits, all sizes 50c Misses' Heavy Fleeced Union Suits, all sizes 50c BLANKETS BLANKETS $5.00 Wool lllnnkels $5.00 $4.25 Wool lllnnkels $3.50 $3.00 $3.00 $2.50 $2.00 Cotton lllnnkets $1.60 QUILTS $1.00 Quilt* 90c $2.00 $1.80 See We move houses. Livery & Feed Barn. A car of western coal to today. Robinson Bros. Martin Waller departed Tuesday for Charles City, Iowa. Have you tri^d that delicious candy at HargesheimcrV* The Rexall store is the place to buy Hargesheimer's cough syrup. "His Highness, The Bey" at the Grand Saturday evening January 80. Fiksdal's photo pi lery is now open Mosiiy, TMtajr mi S®§»r day. For Sale.—Gentle driving mare, bujryy and harness. Kelley "The Barber", When in town put up tit llie Philip Feed Parn. tirst burn oast of depot. |'2tf An c\Ira pair of pants ith every suit ordered during January. \Y. L. Church. 45-47 Mr. and Mrs. Lee Aldrich are the proud parents of a son wU arrived last Sunday,. Mrs. Alvin Waggoner left Sat urday to spend Sunday *\vith Mr. Waggoner at the county seat. Mrs. L. Hargesheimer left Sat* urday for Fort Pierre where she will visit her son Gus and family. Miss Bernice Gust returned Fri day from a few days visit with Miss Grace Corbin, north of town. T. T. Odegaarden was down from Hilland yesterday for lum ber with which to build ft lew barn. Hugh MeMahon left Mend*? for Rapid City where he was call ed by the serious illness of his cousin. We. if ill for clothing anything you have from a-chicken to a team of horses. R. M. Waddell. The First State Blink of Philip is "now prepared to loan reasonable amounts on land on which patent has been issued. litf JVG. McKinny,[publisher of the Citizen at Milesville, spent a coup le of days in town the early part of the week on business. George Airey-has resigMMi his position as night clerk at the depot and left Tuesday for Pierre. Russell Phillips takes the position made vacant by the resignation of Mr. Airey. Frank Gale till for Cresbard. Frank informed us that he was going on a few days business trip, but his friends are inclined to think that there is something more than business that calls him away at this time of the year. The past year, which was its tirst, has been a most successful one with the Fort Pierre hospital. Its annual report shows 142 pa tients were received by the hospit al with an average attendance of seventeen days each. Of this num ber i2 medical, 75 surgical and 25 obstetrical cases. DANCE —DANCE--DANCE Mid-Winter Hop at Friday, Feb .5. Quigg sells land. §®i Philip tf arrive tf the Grand SHOES Just Received our Spring Lind. Come in and Look us over. Groceries Groceries Mead's Flaked Rye Mead's Flaked Rye Eggosee and Corn Flakes, 10c, 3 for $4.25 $3.50 $3.00 $3.00 $2.50 $2.00 Syrups Syrups Sorghum Syrup Pure Sorg hum Corn Syrup, Pure Sug ar Syrup, Molasses. Sorghum Syrup Pure Sorg hum Corn Syrup, Pure Sug ar Syrup, Molasses. H. A. KUMM For a good cigar go to Harges heimer's. Telephone No. 14 when p®l wish lirst class job Work. The Xews makes a speciality 4i Wfdding stationery. Try us. For Sale.—A mixed bunch of cattle. Wuju Ferguson, Elbon. tf Wanted.—Corn. Will pay 50c pen- bushel. R. M. Waddell. 34tf For Sale—Choice farms north west of Philip. Easy terms. Win Montgomery, Philip, S. 1). tf A. D. Hcngel, of the Hilger and Hengel Clothing Co., of Pierre was in town on business Tuesday. Dr. N. B. Gearhart and family have moved into the dwelling which they have just completed on Wood avenue. For Sale or Trafe—Six lots in Highland addition to the town of Philip. Will sell one or all. L. C. Crowell. Philip. tf Mid-Winter Wop at the Grand Friday, February 5th Music by Dakoiah Orchestra. us Stoermer has been coiBfn^ led to use a walking stick the past week owing to an attack of rheu matism. Fink Pohle and wife returned today from an extended visit with relatives in Dexter. Shelby and Des Moines, Iowa. Clarence Crane of Sioux Rapids, Iowa, brother of Mrs. Curtis Peck, has accepted a poaitoni with lvelley "The Barber." Clara Thompson of Grindstone left Tuesday for Lake Preston where she will visit witlt fiftitltiB for a couple of months. Chas. Haxby of Hardingrove pissed through Philip Tuesday on his way to Pierre where he will visit his parents for a short time. Teachers' Examination for all grades of certificates will be held in Midland Feb. 4th and 5th. Grace G. Heed,Co. Supt. 45-48 Dr. Heinemann has been busy the past two da.\s nursing numerous sore spots which he received in a coyote chase Tuesday with Messrs. John Mayer and II. A. Ruben. I). H. Caster returned to his homestead near Ottumwa Tuesday after spending several days in town, taking treatment math JriM Gearhart and Kyde. A deal has been closed whereby Art Richardson takes over the Marietta livery barn. Mr. Rich ardson has moved the family from the claim near Pedro. Representative WarMf ftm in troduced house bill No. 141 carry ing with it an appropriation of $G,5o0.00 for the experimental station at Cottonwood. Commencing Sunday. February 7, the Presbyterian Sunday school will follow the morning service. Next Sunday at the usual hour at 10 o'clock. August Horn, Sup't. Miss Mary Stoughton will leave Sunday for Alexandria where she will serve as a witness before the district court. From there she will go to Iowa to spend the bal ance of the winter with friends and relatives. A pleasant party of neighbors gathered at the home of Clyde Moshier. south of town, last Sun day where a bountiful dinner was served. The afternoon was spent in a good sociable time interspers ed with music. F. M. Noe returned Tuesday from Midland where he has been appointed J5o J5o Eggosee and Corn Flakes, 10c, 3 for 25c 25c Tomatoes, can 10c, 3 for $1.60 Cotton lllnnkets 25o Tomatoe s, can 10c, 3 for 25o Lamb's barber shop is antisep tic. 45-46 Bring your grain to'JPhilip. See ad. elsewhere. For Sale.—Antiseptic shaving soap at Lamb's barber shop. 45-46 When in town put up at the Philip Feed Bam* tiisat torn east of depot. 22tf Miss Faith Vtfrceut ©f Midland is visiting with her sister, Mrs. Clyde Mclntyre. S. R. Smith, of the Smith Furni ture Co., of Lead was in tow® on business yesterday. That new floor at the Grand is tine. Try it. Mid-Winter Hop Friday, February 5* Special rates on farm foMM dur ing month of January. Address Mundt Bros.. Pierre, S. D. 44-47 There will be a masquerade ball at Smith's hall at Climax Satur day, February 13. All are invited. The National Opera Go., will present "His Highness, The Bey" at the Grand Saturday evening January 30. J. E. Taggafl h&spwciiased th® half interest in the 73 saloon for merly owned by Emil Thode of Belviderv. Tli® iMi m* dosed this week. Messrs. C. E. Burnie, T. H. Johnson and Roy A. Stickney of Hay draw were at tfee laffltd office on business Tuesday, Mrs. Larson of Montrose left yesterday for their claim near Senic after visiting several days at the S. L. Bt^iftgton home north of town. The person tlffSl took the blwefr overcoat with a plush collar from the Philip opera house will please return it and save further trouble. A. P. Whitney. Sheeley and Hunting|®iil pre sents The National Operil f?o. in 'His Highness, The Bey," a comic opera in three acts at the Gnspi, Saturday evening January 30. The Catholic ladies will give a basket social and dance at the Ryan ranch, six miles north of Philip, Saturday evening, January 30. Everybody cordially -figrited to attend. Mrs. H. F. Waldorf and son arrived last Saturday from Hazel. They will visit for some time, with Mr. Waldorf. They will visit friends in the Hills country before locating permanently in Philip. A cold winter blast will prevent you from having a warm room if you do not protect yourselves against such by a good storm sash, eaf orch window in the house. See Bobinson Bros for special prices, tf W A O LEGGETT'S BIG SEED AD IN NEXT MONTH'S PAPER—A WHOLE CATALOGUE IN IT SELF. DON'T BUY SEEDS UNTIL YOU STUDY TBIS A OVER. tf It is true that 11. M. Williams and E. L. Keith deserve special mention on dancing. When it comes to high live, the honor all belongs to Mrs- H. W. Edwards and Frank Rood. Ask them. Pineules for the Kidneys are little golden globules which act directly on the kidneys. A trial will convince you of quick results for Backache, Rheumatism, Lum bago, and tired wornout feeling. 3 days' trial $1.00. They puril'y the blood. Sold by Pioneer Pharmacy. J. M. Morrison and wife left for their home at Oaks. N. D., the tirst of the week. They have been relieving the Northwestern agent! spending the winter in California the past week. Mr. Noe has been but were called here by the sersous station agent at Owankaj illness of Mr. Morrison's mother to which place he will go in a few with whom they have been spend ing some time the past month days. J. E. Noe will assume thej duties as operator at Philip. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Hoesing arrived on the 15th from llarting ton, Neb., and expected to locate on their homestead west of town at once, but the following Sun day while spending the day with C. H. Molyneux, Mrs. Hoesing had the misfortune to fall, badly spraining one of her ankles, and as a result is now confined to her room at the Molyneux home. CITY MEAT MARKET If we please you tell others. If we don't tell us. Ned Ronning, manager. Mr. Morrison is a brother of F. E. Morrison. The Christian Endeavor society will give an entertainment at the Grand opera house Wednesday, February 10. This entertainment comprises recitations, readings, instrumental music, solos, duets and if possible a quartette, with probably a drill by a Sunday school class. The entire program is to be rendered by home talented young people and everyone will be given an opportunity to hear some of Philip's best in the enter tainment lire. Admission 15c, 25c, 35c. Now is the Time .'iiere is no better time to do summer's sewing than now, white every department is complete with the finest line of Priints, Ginghams, Percales, Muslins, TO BE FOUND IN THE CITY We have just received a brand new line of RIBBONS AND NECKTIES We Carry the most Complete Stock of New goods are arriving every day. It will pay you to look them over and make your selections before the stock is broken. GROCERIES TO BE FOUND West of the Missouri R. M. Williams THE PIONEER STORE VALENTINES At the New Book Store, We have just received a new and up/to^date line of all the lakst Valentines- Come and make your selection before they are picked over. p^,. Wm. Perry left Friday for his home at Rochester after a week's visit at the Hargesheimer home. Our job room is complete. When in need of job work of any kind call No. 14 fltti W&' will fall and see yoa. All kinds of fresh and salt meats. Highest prices paid in cash for hides. City Meat Market. Ned Ronning, manager. ou are invited to make the News office your headquarters when in town. Stationery free if you wish to write a letter. Colds contracted at this season of the year are quickly relieved with Bees Laxative Cough Syrup. Its laxative quality rids the sys tem of the cold. Pleasant to take. Best for children for coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough. Sold by Pioneer Pharmacy. R. S. O'Neal returned last Fri day from a three weeks' trip hrough Iowa, visiting relatives at Sioux City, Cherokee, Lobars and Alta, Mr. O'Neal believes in printer's ink when it comes to ad vertising the country. For the past year he has been sending copies of the News to a half dozen of his friends in the various parts of the country. Dissolution Notice Whereas, tin- partnership hereto fore existing between Emil Thode and .John E. Taggart under the lirm name of Thode & Taggart has leen dissolved by mutual consent and, Whereas, Emil Thode has sold his entire interest in said partnership property, accounts and bills receiv able, as well, as real property owned jointly by said partners, to said John K. Taggart, Now Therefore, this agreement witnesseth, that for and in considers- Yon~\\~ ion of the premises and other good and valuable consideration, the said John E Taggart agrees to pay all out standing indebtedness of the arm of Thode and Taggart and to save the said Emil Thode harmless from any liability whieh may have been in curred by said linn, while engaged in the saloon business in the town of Philip. Stanley county, South Dako ta. Dated January 12, 1!*09 John E. Taggart. State of South Dakota, V ss County of Stanley. On the 25th day of January, A. D. ltKW, before me, Anderson Michael, a Notary Public in and for said county and state, personally John E. Taggart, known to me to le the person who is descriljed in and who executed the within and foregoing agreement and acknowledged to me that he execute^ the same. Anderson Michael, 47-49 Notary Public. Our Line of Shoes is Complete and at Low Prices CARE SHOULD BE USED In selecting the*Jewelerto'make repairs on your Watch or clock. No matter how good or how cheap they may he, If they should need attention you should take them to the Jeweler in whom you have the utmost confidence. My long ex perience in all kinds of repair work enables me to guarantee'all work turned out to be lirst-class in every respect. I use nothing", but the best of material and have the work ready when promised. If you are in '.need of anything in the Jewelery Line you will find in my stock one of the most com plete assortments west of the river. A call will convince you. "The Philip Jeweler" Opposite Postottlce. Climax Items Everybody seems to be busy not do ing anything out this way. John Percy made a trip to the Cheyenne breaks last week. Tress and Hess O'Connor were seen out walking on these muddy roads last Thursday. John Carmen and Samuel Randall made a trip north of Ashcreek Sun day, buying horses. Mrs. Gage and Dickinson enter tained Mr. Shot and family and Mrs. Follett and daughter, Friday. (Mara and Helmer Thompson Mlled on Florence Follett Sunday. Last Saturday Clara Thompson and father, also Harry Agenes, Ole Peter son and Noe Immerzoete had the mis- (o losl They started for Philip, but went north instead of south. If Harry, Noe and Ole had only left their lantern at home in stead of going ahead with it, all would have been well. Finally they did get home, but next time boys re member to start southeast for Philip, not north. Clara had Intended tp catch the noon train to go to Lake Preston to work, but—Alas! Fine weather we are having. Attention, Odd Fellows Grand Master Dana is expected to be with us next Monday night, at which time the initiatory degree will be given. It is hoped that every Odd Fellow in this locality will arrange to be present. Visit ing brothers should remember bring their official receipts them. A. S. to with Anderson, N. 6.