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s i iM Every Watch a Compass Very few people are aware of the fact that in a Watch they are provided with a compass, with which when the sun is shining, the cardinal points can be determined. All one has to do is to point the hour hand to the sun and south is exactly half way between the hour and ligure 12 on the watch If your Watch is not running satisfactorily and "YOU ARE LOST'" without the time, let us examine it. It will cost you nothing. All work guaranteed and satisfaction assured. When Buying Jewelry Look Over my Line Reliable goods only and prices consistent with quality. W. L. Wilkinson THE RELIABLE JEWELER LOCAL NEWS Money to loan. H. Durkee. Cinclio cigars at Pioneer Pharm acy. The Deering line of Binders and were for sale bv John Hayes. Born,last Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Lozelle Graham of Old Trail, a baby girl. Fly-Off to keep flies and mosquitoes off from stock. Pioneer Pharmacy. Mrs. H. F. Waldorf is visiting friends and relatives at Hazel in Hamlin county. The Deering Standard binder twine. The best twine on the iparket. Call on John llayes. Charles Shannon came in from Cottonwood yesterday and is again assisting the "force at the Bank .-.of Philip. The Presbyterian L. A. S. will be entertained at the F..M. Rood home next Friday evening by Mrs. Rood and Mrs. Schwartz. Gentlemen will be invited. A few White Goods to be closed out at reduced prices This is the Way We Show Our Land And we Guarantee to show the Land we sell you Anyone in Philip for Reference Prints Per Yard, 6* A proa Check Ginghams Per Yard, 8* F. P. and Kabo Corsets l-* Underwear Shoes and Oxfords 3 5 HA \9 WlfF If*** *'.( kv" v A •'jiu...* & H. J. INCE PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Graduate of Bellevue Hospital Medica.' Cclleg- X. Y. City 'Phones—Office 64, Residence 58 Office over anresheimer's store rilliipf O. Ut See our National Cream Separa tor. Easy payments. Fislar & Waldorf. C. M. Sageser played with the Cottonwood band at the Wall celebration. A few choice residence lots for sale. See Clarence M. Sageser for particulars. tf R. A. Bielski has gone to Sioux Falls to look after business matters. For Sale—Dandruff cure that is worth the money at Lamb's bar ber shop. Go to Lamb's barber shop for an anticeptic shave. First shop north of Bank of Philip. Jack Peshek is able to be back in his shop after a brief absence caused by an injury received while shoeing a horse. Found—Ladies black coat on road leading north from town. Owner may have same by calling at News office and paying for this notice. 15tf Estrayed—Light bay horse colt, (stud). Dark legs. No white or other markings. Ten dollars re ward for information of his where abouts. C. B. Flakoll, Dowling, South Dakota. 17-20 Miss Margaret Cullen has sold her millinery stock here to Mrs. R. Rhodes, who is an experienced milliner. Mrs. Rhodes, will take charge of the business at once. Miss Cullen was here from Pierre Monday and states that her busi ness at that place is prospering. Prices on the following: Hominy, per can, 10s Corn 10c, 3 for 26* Peas 10c, per doz. $1 a00 1 lb. Flat Salmon 15* Queen Olives, pint jar 80* Tomatoes 15c, 2 for 25* Pfeaches, 25c grade, 20t YOURS POK BUSINESS 80c grade. 25« a a 'sV» a? Philip, Frank Orr went to Sioux City last week. We have plenty of Paris Green on hand at Hargesheimer's. Mrs. Jens C. Hanson is visiting at her former home in Tyler, Minn. For Sale—100 head of good 2 year old steers for sale. S. R. Reber, Powell, S. D. Probably that girl back East would like a Black Hills ring or brooch. Wilkinson sells them. Mrs. Ed. Lins and son left Sun day night for a visit with rela tives in Wisconsin and Minnesota. The biggest show of the season, the Old Maids Convention, at the opera house tomorrow night. Get wise to the doings. The carpenters are pushing the work on Anderson Michael's new house in the north part of town. The frame work is pmetically all completed. Mrs. F. I). Coole.v and children went to Underwood Saturday to visit Mr. Cooley who has charge of an extra gang of laborers re pairing the recent washout at that place. H. A. Fitzgerald is enjoying a visit from his nephew, Emmett. The young fellow has the Fitz gerald knack of handling a base ball and has joined the pitching force of the local nine. Paul E. Bellamy was down from Hardingrove Tuesday. He is quite sure that there is no place on this earth where the grass is F. E. Morrison, county com- quite as green and the crops quite missioner from this district, came up from Fort Pierre Saturday and spent Sunday with home folks, re turning to the county seat Mon day. The board is in the midst of one of its longest and busiest ses sions, struggling with the equaliza tion of the recent assessment. This work will possibly not be finished until fiext week. so luxuriant as on the Harding-rove "flats." Miss Elizabeth Dunlevy retailed home last week from a visit at Huron and at other points in the eastern part of the state. She was accompanied by her little cousin Emmett who will visit here for awhile. Albert Hanson and family of Ashcreek left this week for their old home at Pierpont. Mrs. Hanson has been in poor health lately and the family are moving back to the eastern part of the state on that account. Judging by the reports we have from visitors, Wall had a great anniversary celebration on July 10. The town raised over a thou sand dollars by voluntary sub scriptions, certainly funds ample enough to insure a big blow-out. The first load of stone for the new Bank of Philip building ar rived Wednesday. The present building will be moved within a few days to give room for the ex cavating that will be necessary for the foundations of the new build ing. We are Headquarters for. Snaps in Deeded Lands. Philip at $1(».00 per aero D. B. McCleery and Charlie ber Co. tf Young were business visitors here A carload of choice roillwork from Powell yesterday. just received by the Philip Lum- state, was an east bound passenger on the noon train today. Dal ton McMahon of Rapid City was a visitor here last week at the home of H. J. McMahon. Dave Wiof, ex- secretary of ber company. light running Deering v Marvin Hoghett, head of the Northwestern railway system, has issued an order appointing John W. Doyle acting superintendent of the P. & C. ft N. W. By. Mr. 0. T. Dfk# will be placed in charge o§ construction work in this state tabewhere, ... \x rs .HPv THE F. ARNOLD REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE Don Fail to see us if .you want Deeded I^nd or Relinquishments anywhere in Stanley County. We have Relinquishments as low as $75.00, and .have some elegant places within five miles of Philip, plow land and the host of soil, that we will sell you at the right price. If you want town property don't fail to see us Ciucho cigars at Pioneer Pharm acy. Philip booster envelopes at the 'News1" office. Drugs that are .put© at the Pioneer Pharmacy. The, Deering Standard binding twine. For sale by John Hayes.! in the celebration at Wall last Sat Nice gentle fresh young cow for sale. See Edwards at Philip Lum- The light running mowers and binders. For sale by John Hayes. For Sale or Trade—Business lot and building in Philip. iit|uire at this office. The light running Deering Binders and Mowers for sale by John Tlayes. Good 2 seated spring wagon for sale cheap. E. L. Keith at Philip Lumber Co. office. 19tf Miss Dorothy Crawford was out from Pierre early in the week visiting Miss Hazel Rood. Robert Hefti was up from Randolph ISebreska last week look ing after business interests. Book lovers should get into the library proposition. Wilkinson will be pleased to tell you how. A. P. Whitney was here from Highland, Lyman county, Monday. He reports crops as looking fine. 1 you want a good Binder or Mower or some Standard Deering twine call on John Hayes. 18-19 Mike Macchiaroli was a Miles ville visitor here last Saturday, leaving for Fort Pierre on the noon train. Pinesalve, carbolized, thorough ly healing and cleansing, antisep tic, soothes and stops pain. Sold by 1'ioneer Pharmacy. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Rood en tertained Mr. and Mrs, W. £. Bauer of Rapid City and Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Williams at dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Heathcote and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mc Elhiiney left Monday for their homes in Watertown. They have latei.v been visiting relatives in the country north of here. A oung man by the name of David Bumgarner was drowned July -J in the Cheyenne river near A. J. Burton's crossing. The bol.\ as not yet been recovered. J. W, Conlter celebrated at Philip, accompanied Sheriff Huston and M. L. Parcells on an autornbi}e trip into the northwest cornet of the county, and then came to the county seat on a business trip -Fairplay. Summer coughs and colds are obstinate and difficult to cure The most prompt method is to move the bowels a good laxative cough syrup. Bees Laxative Cough Syrup will surely and. promptly cure your cold. Sold by Pioneer Pharmacy. The firft application of Man Zan, the great pile remedy, will almost instantly give relief. Con tinued use of Manzan for a days will Sftect a cure. The We Can sell Land within One and One-Half Miles of Found—A hair robe west of town. Owner can have same at this office. Miss Flora Hahn is in Fort Pierre working in the county treasure's office. A number of Philip people took urday. They report a fine time. Lost—July 10, one iron gray mare three years old. Branded. Please notify Mr. C. J. Berke, Hilland, S. D. 19-22* For Sale—Twenty head of hors es, part broken, part unbroken. Inquire of Art Richardson at the Marietta Lodging house. 16-20 There was a hailstorm in the Hardingrove country on Wed nesday of last week. A small ter ritory was covered but the storm was teriffic. F. E. Morrison finished jubilat ing at the big Philip celebration in time to leave home Tuesday and attend to his duties as county com missioner at the July meeting. Fairplay. Mrs. M. L. Weed returned Sat urday from the old home in Illinois where she was called by the death of her mother. She was accom panied as far as Blunt by her fath er, who will spend some time with his daughter there, after which he will visit at Fort Pierre-Fairplay. Eb Jones celebrated at Manila Saturday, took in the ball games at Midland Sunday, celebrated at Philipt Monday, and came to the county seat Tuesday to attend the regular July meeting of the board of county commissiopers. For a man who was reported seriously sick less than two weeks ago, thats' going some-Fairplay. Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bily went to M.C. Higbee's land' near Philip where they will remain for a month or more. Peter is to build three miles of fence for Mr. Higbee shingle his house and at tend to the threshing of his crops. The building of this fence will be quite a job, as the posts are to be one rod apart, with five wires. This doea not look as though M. C. is inclined .to abandon his homestead-Quinn Gourant We bare received from Congres man Burke a copy of a decision handed down by the interstate com mere commission in an action by James Philip vs the Chicago Milwaukee A St. Paul railroad for exhorbitant freight to Kennebec Stanley county, from Texas. Sootty won his oase and the railroad will return $397.10 and interest. This exessive charge business should be regulated sooner than two years, but it is lucky to get it at all. "Scotty" can tak» the money with good grace-Capital Journal. asaMaa'«»ag^i few -llfwtrt ftm awiIlM row. tube in which ilia put up has a amiH nozzle attached, that there is no inconven^pee whatever. ManZan is for tl»erS®re of It is soM- here Pharmacy kind of piles. So. Dak A E A ltedlcal, Snrrioal, Ml ooaloMMot MM, la private mm—, poc wiik. to tBJS. L. LaBrecque was in from Hartley Wednesday. C. T. Dyke of Pierre was an eastbound passenger on the noon train today. George Woddard was in town from the Smith neighborhood Wednesday. The flour mill that is to be erect ed at this place will be under way within a short time. Dr. S. M. Kyde has purchased two lots on Center avenue and will erect an office and residence soon. Mrs. Edris J. Morgan') mother, Mrs. Fourtner, of Dee Moinee is here to spend several, weeks viaiW ing on the claim. Bom Thursday morning to Mr, and Mrs. J. Ralph Lee, who liv* southwest of town, a baby boy. All parties interested are getting on fine. Garden truck is beginning tflT come to town from the gardens near Philip, several loads of vege-. tables having been disposed of ber* this week. H. B. and T. A. Gochuanea# were here from Freeport, Illinois, early in the week. Each purchas ed a quarter of land of the R. M. Waddell Land company. Mrs. J. S. Bellamy dangh ten arrived toda? from KnoxviUe, Iowa, and will spsai sssse visiting with Mrs. fieUsssgr's son, Paul E. Bellamy, at HiaindKp^ove. Work has been comanoii oq the new Philip elevator. The building will be pushed rapidly toward completion, so as to be ready for the early harvest. h* The little daughter of M. Miles fell out of the buggy Tues day sustaining a serious fracture of the arm near the elbow joint. W. L. Gam mil and wifel of Powell brought their little boy here this week for treatment by Dr. Kyde. The little fellow been kicked in the face by ahorse.^ Workmen are busy filling in the Byron L. Clow lot on Pine street. Mr. Clow contemplates putting, sdditional business buildings on his property sometime duringtbs next year. Carpentershave recently given the 73 saloon mi over hauling* The new metal ceiling and changes made have considerably improved the general appearanoe of that thirst emporium. FORT PIERRE HOSPITAL TBI MAXAOKMKNT OF Mrs. Eugene Aldrich submitted to a surgical operation at the Pierre hospital this morning. Doctors Kyde and Gearhart were the surgeons in charge. patient is resting easily with everything favorable to her rapid recovery at the time of oar last /'V,' DBS. UTIBT WALSH OOdSSMMOt OHM till wr WMk tcf bwd aid it Iuum— Above rates Include Board, Boom and Mnratsff. Special Hums ean be seemed at all tlmss at UaovyMrtn MMHOEM* and SiwHtaMi oo*. Matron and Supt. of Hums Vviwr^ A .S i 'VJ.