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Mens diH'k coats, blanket lined, corduroy collar. $1.75 to $5.00 Boys duck coats, blanket lined. 1,50 Mens Corduroy coats, heavy sheep lined..6.50 Mens brown corduroy, fine stripe, blanket lined, extra quality UNDERWEAR Ladies Set Snug Union, per suit Ladies Set Snug, two piece, per suit $1,00 Children's fleece lined vests and pants 20 to40o Mens' heavy fleece 50c Mens1 fleeced union, per suit... $1.25 %s€M}S& Aij^Sdbol Shoes and Mrs. Whsl Hess is reported quite ill. ill Miss Doris Durkee has been for the past few days. Ladies' skirts cleaned and press~ ed at the pantatorium. Louis P. Johnson arrived from Hooker Tuesday evening. ,1. Bell was a business visitor in Cottonwood Wednesday. Clothes pressed HIM! the City Tailor shop, Philip S. 0. C. O. Nash, of Marietta was a business visitor in Philip Wednes day. Braine: (1 Poste was down from Asherwk Wednesday on a business trip. FOUND Watch. Owner may obtain same from \V. L. Wilkinson by giving description. K. E. Morgan and son, Claude, went to Fort Pierre Wednesday night. Wm. Isenljerg made a business trip to Chamberlain the first of the week, going via Kadoka. Singer sewing machines for sale on easy payments. Chas. H.'Byler, Pierre. S. D. 33tf bSM jjt $5-00 $1.00 Sj ftr. People Comir- Red Goose School Shoes For boys and girls. These shoes are made of especially selected stock. Per pair 85c to $3.00. H. A. KUMM City News and Personal Items Going, Notes of Improve- ments, Social Doings and Items of Gen eral Interest to the Public Call at the Pioneer Pharmacy for a sample of their Favorite Hand Lotion. cleaned at Mrs. Anderson Miehael return ed from ajvisit with her parents at Gettysburg Wednesday evening. J. E. Noel, of Cooper, Meade county, departed today for Water town on a visit. "Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more, but—1 Philip Lbr. Co." Mrs. R. M. Waddell and Mm Oscar Ramsey went to Powll today for a brief visit- W. J. Ferguson and wife de parted today for Ramona where they wiU spend two weeks visiting with friends and relatives. For Cut Glass that is away from the ordinary, common-place de signs, go to Wilkinson, The Re liable Jeweler Charles Couch left on the night train Wednesday for Colfax, la., where he was called^ by the illness of his mother. Chriss Prummer returned Mon day from an extended visit at Faulkton and went out Wednesday to his home near Zeal. Stamp pictures, photographs and post cards. Gallery one block Frank Norman of Grindstone, north^of^ Atlas lumber yard. Gus was a business visitor Ul fhilip Wednesday. ft E. Morgan went to Cotton wood Wednesday evcnin.tr on a business trip. tav M. Johnson. tf Dr. ince reportsthe arrival of a boy at the home of Mr. Mrs. Samuel Buchanan in the east part of town on Friday, Nov., ^5th. You will appreciate a package of CHRISTMAS CANDY purchased at the PIONEER PHARMACY. S1 i CORSETS Alberta Corsets. $1.00 to 2.50 Misses corset waists 50c F. P. Corsets $1,00 COMFORTERS Cotton filled comforts, the kind like mother makes BLANKETS Wool finish, extra heavy $2 to $3 CANNED GOODS Gopher brand Apricots, Peaches, Raspber ries and Strawberries 25c Tomatoes 15c Corn 15o 2 for 25c Peas_ _. 15* 2 for 25c $2.00 Ezra Williams of Marietta was fire-proof will lie open, the furnish a business visitor in Philip today., ings now being placed in position. Mrs. I. K. Swisher went to For Sale Four room house and Iowa, Pioneer Hide and Fur Dealers. Write for prices. Dick Morgan was recently in jured by a horse falling on his leg and as a consequence has been off duty at the Kelly barber shop for the past few days. For the latest designs in Watches Jewelry, etc., for Christmas pre sents, see what Wilkinson, The Reliable Jeweler, selected for your approval, when in Chicago. The place to buy fresh fruits, cigars and the finest candies is at the Phileo. A tempting line always on hand. H. C. Dunn and family, of Ash creek, left today for Fon du Lac, Wisconsin, where they will spend a few weeks visiting with friends and relatives. Ask for a box of that 25c stationery at Hargesheimer's Drug Store The L. A. S- of the Methodist church will give a bazaar and sup per in the basement of (he church on Thursday evening, Dec. 10. Everybody most cordially invited to come. Claude Erving came down from Milesvilie Wednesday and left to day on the noon train for Fort Pierre to close up a deal for a quarter section erf land pear Daven port which he recently of George Sfcwjqpg. Xmas candies, well I should smile,*at the Phileo all the while. B-lohn 'irusendorf was down from Topbar today. Edward Mattison, of Milesvilie. was a business visitor in Philip Wednesday. N. W. May is building a barn in the rear of his place on the Hill. Hargesheimer has some good pipes for Xmas. P. J, Gallagher, of was a business visitor Wednesday. For farm loans at rates write Wm. .1. Pierre, S. D. He also sells land. wj|| lot, good well, etc. Box 3^4 Philip, easily be accommodated. S. D. Mr. P. A. Tooniey is our local Mias Stella Miles of Powell, was i representative of one of Chicago's a business visitor in Philip Wed- leading importers of French Christ nesday. Midlund, in Philip reasonable Mundt of buys and 39-43 Gordon Bushey was down from Marietta Monday and in the eve ning was initiated into the m.vster teries of the I. O. (). F. lodge of Philip. A large assortment of the finest Xmas candies can be found at the Phileo. W. M. Sarchit, of Orchard, Nebr., was an arrival Tuesday and will spend a few days visiting at the home of Diamond A. Long. Mr. Sarchit is an uncle of Mrs. Long. Give her or him a nice silk umbrella with an adjustable gold handle for Christmas. Wilkinson, The Reliable Jeweler sells 'em. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Brown re turned today from a sightseeing trip through the western states. They have been gone for about three weeks and visited in Spokane, Washington, Portland, Oregon and other cities in Idaho. r. Brown was favorably impressed with the country and while some of it was rough, he saw a great deal of land that was ideal for farming pur poses in Oregon and Washington. Before you make your plum wick for dried fruits, nuts extracts. Big Line of each. Pierre: Those who come to Pierre during the next legislative isession will find a different hotel situation than in past years. The I new St. Charles, one of the best 1 in the northwest, and completely Th*,0ll, '".f" '"LS Powell Wednesday night for K.ks l,ke an ent.rel.v .htterent visit with her parents. bmldin*. and between these and the Riverview, any crowd which pudding and fruitcake see Hart- jng with his son and daughter nwar and bW'1 gather during the session can mas Ship your Hides and Furs to time this class of goods has been Wm. M. Clagg& Co., Le Mars,'shown decorations. This is the first in our community and we must confess they are beautiful. He leaves for the Hills today but will return next week. The News Settled The Bad River News is now comfortably settled in th«»ir new quarters in the basemeut of the Bank of Philip building anu are better prepared than ever to fill all your wants in the line of neat and up to date printing. When in need of anything in this line, whether it be large or small, don't fail to call and see us. All we ask is a fighting chance to keep our head above.the swirling waters in the sea of excessive competition and equal consideration with out of town print shops. A vast amont of printing is sent out of Philip every year, a part at least of which should remain at home. The man who sends his dollar away for printing or anything else, will never see it again or receive any benefit, direct or indirect from it, with the exception of the first val ue of goods received. We have now been associated with the Bad River News, either as part or sole owner for more than a year, and during that time have never regretted the step we took, and in spite of the many ob stacles to overcome, the business has continued to grow and expand. We want to take this opportu nity to express our thanks to the many patrons who have stood by us so loyally, and for the patron age which has been so liberally extended to us during the past year and we also wish to thank those who have so promptly called and received a clear title for the News for another year. SANTA SAYS WATCHES. You will find here the following well known makes of hl£h £rade watch movements ELGIN, ILLINOIS, HAMPDEN, HAMILTON, WALTHAM, ROCKFORD, SOUTH BEND and HOWARD. Mrs. Eugene Aldrich departed Tuesday night for Canistota where she will spend the holidays visiting at the home of her parents and other relatives and friends. LOST Cover to five gallon can. Finder please leave at Larson's store. Any of the above movements lit ted in one of the fol lowing standard cases will make an absolutely depend able, life-last ingjpresent Jas. Boss, Crescent, Dueber, Crown, and Wads worth Cases, ALL RELIABLE. When you make a present, give a good one. Compare my prices on the above anywhere you may wish. Select early and have goods laid aside for later de livery. W. L. Wilkinson, Reliable Jeweler. Thomas Lav in who has been pending the past lour weeks visit- Ashcreek, returned Monday to his home at Elkton, after seeing that they were well supplied with fuel and all the other necessaries of life. STR A VED -Sorrel gelding with white stripe in face, about 16 years old, weight about 1*250, not brand ed. Leave word at this office or notify E. .J. Durkee. Theodore Basseler was down from Marietta on business Wednes day and Thursday and while in our city made this office a pleasant call and advanced his suInscription well ahead in the 1012 column. Hans Odegarden was down from Elbon Monday to see his father, Andrew Odegard, safely started on his journey to Brookings, where he will visit for some time. His father come over from Norway about four months Before purchasing CHRISTMAS cards and BOOKLETS call at the PIONEER PHARMACY. ago and has been visiting at the borne of his son and other relatives in this country. New and fresh line of groceries at Hartwick's. Carpenters are busy this week la.ving sidewalk from Che bowling alley eust to the Wafford feed barn. This will be a big improve ment on Railroad si rent and has been badly needed w hen ever the Miss May Klar of Cottonwood, was a visitor in Philip Wednesday. H. Smith and family, of Old Trail, departed today for Montour, la., where they will make their future home. There many friends in Philip and vicinity will regret to learn of their departure from this country but wish them pros perity and harness in location. CHINA AND CUT GLASS AT HARGESHEIMER'S THE STORE OF QUALITY. We received a !ett«r from Fred Hodgson this week, requesting us to send the Bad River News to him at Gordon, Nebr., where he and his family are visiting. They made the trip overland from their home stead southwest of Philip, and we understand that they will spend the greater part of the winter in Nebraska. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Benson were arrivals in Philip the latter part of last week and will spend several days visiting friends and acquaintances in this vicinity. They were former homsteaders in this neighborhood and about a year ago moved to Union Star, Mo., where they have since made their home. Mr. Benson is a re presentative of the Whittinghill Harlow Shoe Co., of St. Joseph, Mo., and South Dakota is embrac ed in his territory. Although it has been but a year since they left Philip. Mr. and Mrs. Benson saw many changes in our city and streets became muddy. The walk improvement on every hand and will extend as far as the vacant were glad to note that we were lot east of the Wafford feed baru. s, FOUR WEEKS MORE i" progressing. and then you will wonder why our assort ment of CHRISTMAS goods .'s not as large to choose from. The reason wfllbe that most of the eu% tomers are selecting their gifts now and arf having them laid aside. Make your purchases early while the stock is complete. Pioneer Pharmacy, East Side Drug Store. Jl" V M, ix.