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if-. ii ir± are h*'-Tbe mill Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer THE BEER OF QUALITY A beverage that is right, It's a good beer// pure, perfectly aged and wholesome} it is some/ thing more than merely a delightful beverage//it is a tonica tissue and body builder, Be sure to ask for it at the BLUE RIBBON SALOON Corner Center Ave and Railroad Street. A Fine Line of Wines, Liquors and Cigars H. PECKHAM WE TAKE IT THAT" A Real Farm Paper Is one that publishes that matter which will surely and economically help the farmer to increase his profits and better his condition. Such a paper is the Brookings, South Dakota. It is published on the 10th and 25th of each month, is edited by Robert F. Kerr, assisted by Prof. C. Willis on Grains and Soils Dr. E. Moore, Veterinary M. V. Facey, Bees Prof. W. A. Wheeler, seeds Chas. E. Hall, Poultry Mrs. Entelle Wilcox, Home and Young Folk Anna R. Hyde, Woman's Work Prof. N. E. Hansen, Horticulture Prof. James W. Wilson, Animal Husbandry Frank Sherwin, Swine E. L. Stock Dr. A. W- Hyde, Sanitation and Hygiene besides a host of other contributors both professional and practical on every phase of farm activity. J"T A HOME FARM PAPER, Clean and helpful in every line. No medicine, liquor, fake or fraudulent advertising is admitted to its columns. It is a paper with ideas, ana ideals that aims to help and entertain every member of every family in every farm bone in Minnesota, North and South Dakota and contiguous territory. No other gives so much lor so little. NO OTHER PAPER IS LIKE IT. The Farm Paper You've Been Looking For Bjr special arrangement with the publishers of the Minnesota and Dakota Farmer we aanaMed to give JOB a year's subscription to this great farm journal in connection with FHE BAD RIVfeR NEWS subscription priee of 1AA irs. Sample copies ,vw ASK ABOUT IT TODAY i iR Minnesota Dakota Farmer ia published at Brookings, South Dakota, by the farmer ^sMisteng Association (Incorporated with a capital stock of $60,000.00) the officers of which are: C. A. Skinner, Pres G. F. Knanpen, Vice-Pres M. 6. Carlisle ^.flscfitaiy and Treasurer Charles £. Hall, Manager. I Hll|l I. m«i III lllffl" W' I".' I ...niy ijH Ijy I •iss pm sMrte at Collier's. Sitd gas. The beat at plpp* with tarrtstar, Spur ling, Live per year. This applies to old as well may be had at this office. ... 1, 'ing from their visit with relatives and friends at points in Indiana. Mrs. F. M. ttng returned Sat urday morning from a visit with ber danghtsr at VoatsnsBs, Iowa. North Deadman Talk about Fall weather, fyow is !this? Will Hazen Is doing his fall plQw ing. So are many others crat this i way. Mrs. Percy, son Chester and Mrs. jFollett went to the Deep Creek brakes last Friday. Mrs. Thompson went to Philip Saturday to meei her daughter Clara who has been in Fort, Pierre. Clarence Olson who has been h*re I visiting with his brother and friends. I lias returned to Pierre. Mr. Hinesh went to fcoifc 0I» re Tuesday to transact business Emma Peterson from near Ash (Jreek, has been visiting with the Thompson family for a few days. Hess O'Connel entertained com pany last Thursday. Hobby Kiecht called on .lohn Peter son Thursday evening. Hugo Triekc and Hobby left. Stanley county Sun day, and returned to their homes near Scolland. Last Monday night T. Doescher was awakened from his pleasant dreams by the sounds of what he thought were coyotes. After making a hasty toilet' he ran out of doors (you know how fast he can run) to invest i^ate Into matters. Fie peered into the darkness very intently, but discovered nothing, so he t)egan to look up into the air, and what do you suppose it was? Merely a flock of wild geese flying over his shack. Weill Mae Schaeff called on Bess O'Connel Sunday. Florence Follett and sister Mrs. Foil Ik cailed on Mrs. Lewison Friday evening. Quite a few of the neighbors went to Mr. Austins' last Friday evening to a watermelon party. Everyone had a pleasant time. Mrs. Foulk who has been visiting with her mother and other relatives, departed for Huron Tuesday to meet her husband. Henry Buccholt/. is residing on his claim again. He has been east of here working in the harvest fields. Mrs. Percy and Grace Mannahan went 1o Deep Creek after plums Monday. Adolph and Frank Hinesh spent Sunday evening at the Thompson home. Well! The Lewison family spent Sunday with Culps. School Report Primary. Mrs. O. M. Culp, Teacher. Gladys Miller. George Michael, Paul Michael, Myron Tone, Fay Morrison, Evelyn Johnson, Alice Cor ley, Grace Keith, Bernetta Cornick, Eva Barnes, Eloise Austin, Mary Dorothy, I van Ward, Wayne Waddell, Vera lleinemann, Agnes Meyer, Orson Arnold, Beryl Block, Clare Severn, Lawrence Benson, George Jamison, Judith Holbrook, Haw thorne Cornick, Genevieve Church, Anderson Michael, Lois Fislar, Severn Young, Ruth Richardson, Reid Pad dock, Marjorie Leach, Carl Arneson, Garrett Arneson, Edna Gagstetter, Edith King, Alfred Emond. Intermediate, Letha E. Rodolf. George Morgan, Roy Church, Doro thp Holbrook, Helen Gelian, Clara Daniel, Lester Dorothy, Irwin Lins, Alma Richardsoi, Forest Davis, Robert Stoermer, Mary Tone, Harlan Fislar, Cleever Murthy, Beatrice Pad dock, Meta Kyde, Herman Eleson, Raymond Gagstetter, Ray Nedrow, Orval Waddell, Marian Richard Williams. 5th Grade, Cora Hamilton, C. L. MILLETT, Pres. Phillips, Teacher. Arneson, Arthur Block, Elvina Carl Meyer, Lucile Cooley, Veta King, Marguerite Meyer, Dorothy Phillips, Helena Meyer, Lois Cheney, Pearl Murphy, Blanche Peterson, Nellie Morrison, Bessie DuPree, Rose Williams. 6th Grade Earl Cpoiey, Bernard Linn, Edith Stoermer, Leslie Fislar, Rowland Phillips, Frederich Stoermer, Loys Cooley, Archie Keith, Claude Morgan, Mary Neale, Ethel Jameson, Mabel Ince. 7th Grade Anna Prather, Anna Arneson, Howard Church, Lavurn Church, Roy Benson, Magnus Kyde, Arthur Wad dell, Burdette Johnson, Leda Eddy, Grace King, Ruble Tone, Harry Phillips, Norval Morrison, Ahah Slocum. 9th Grade, Elizabeth Walpole Leslie Watson, Bessie Dorothy, Bay Busnell, Clara Peterson, George Alt, Mary Jensen, Joseph Kurka, DeEtta Beatty, Marie Holbrook, Margaret Cavanaugh, Nelia Wait. 8th Grade Lissto Rusaell, Altha Garrett, Earl Dorothy, Roy Butterflelcl, DH* Mor gan. :J~ PriaMiy snwlUasnt 4r as &A and 4th grate a fth, 6th snd Tth grads|,, 40 «U and Sth grate is Total j^iT' Mrs. o. M. Culp, Principal. fr, C. A. BENNET Lawyer HMSNMNMeSMMMMSMMNMSMMfNHMMHMMt A. A. J. HUNKER. V. Pi* WALOES. Asst. Ca.sh'r STRICTLY PRIVATE ——________——_ O a We solicit your Banking Busi^ nessj and with the assurance #n our part that itwill be kept STRICTLY PRIVATE I Bank of Philip •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••oooooooooo Rennet & Bielski Offltc above «5KRGESH0TWRR*S A Carload Of RACINE AND Sattley Buggies Just Received This is the Finest Assortment of Buggies ever received in Philip, They include Light weight Heavy weigth, one seat two seated, with or without tops? we are selling these buggies at from $60 to $150. We also handle a Large Stock of Racine^Sattley and T. G, Mandt Wagons Call and see them before Purchasing Hargesheimer sells good fresh candy. Mrs. Eugene Aldrich is teaching southwest of town. Dr. Heinemann reports the birth of a baby girl to Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. lirenette of Elbon, Sept 14. Henry Webster, after visiting for a week with relatives here, has gone to Artesian and from there will return to his home in Charles City. Mr. and Mrs. Heinemann de parted Sunday evening for a visit in Hutchinson county. They will alao- attend the Mitchell Corn Pftlaoe Expoaitkxi. The Epworth League of the Methodist church gave a supper at the charoh .Friday night. After a short bottoeaa mnoo a plecaant ermine was spent IMidhl Aid aocietj of the PMqrMan ehiirah met Friday E McLANE FORT PIERRE HOSPITAL UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF DRS. LA VERY WALSH A E A Medical, Surreal, and confinement cases, in private rooms, per MICHAEL. Cashier, wee to room. Ward patients, per. week, K.«i. Sunrical cases will be charged lg.00tofiVextrafor operating room. Confinement cases will be chareed 5.00 per weekfor toardand mom*2,1 tore confinement. Laundry extra. Medicines and drSSnm furolJSl at coat Above rates include Board, Room and Nursing. Special Nnr«M» ^-n secured at all times at reasonable rates. Contagious DiseasesNot Admitted Matron and Supt. of Nurses Resident Physician MRS. ESSIE STANSHKUUT-SCHBOEDER WILLIAM SCHBOH®ER, M. I. Graduate Nurse i Ik. A. BIELSKI Loans k.HlO.OOto 112.00. according night at the church. Mrs. Hague and Mrs. Russell entertained. A pleasant evening was spent by those attending. Hargesheimer's cough syrup. 25c and 50c. At the Central Stanley county fair exhibit last week Miss Zelda Benedict of this place drew the first prize for the exhibit of water color portrait painting, a fact over which she has reason to rejoice, and her many friends tender her congratulations.—Midland Star. H. S. Porter has purchased the A. H. Stoermer residehce prop, erty on south Bridge ail eel and will at once proceed to fit it up as a modern hooM for his faatfiy. It was rumored at one time that Mr. Porter intended buying property •od moving to Pierre, and wo an ffbd to know that he and his flotna •M® wife and family Mai to rotate peasants of oar city.— Valrplar. rhk".