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4 & kAi f* f.V! Where do you trade) D. C. CsffWMi, of Oftndstone, was a business visitor at the county seat the first of the week. Relinquishment for sale $2M). inquire of Berth li Arentzen, Philip, S. D. 51tf James A. Quigg departed Sun day night for Charles City, Iowa, on a business trip. E. C. Davis left for Klalt last Friday evening where he has sev eral engagement to fill in furnish ing music for a number of dances. Don't fail to read the auction sale ad of J. A. Hawkins in this issue' Carl Lindquist* who bss been visiting with J. W. McPherson of Smith, returned Monday evening to his home at Rapid City. Gus Hargesheimer and children were over Sunday visitors at the home of his brother Oscar Harg esheimer, returning to their home at Fort Pierre Monday noon. FOR SALE—175 bushels of Blue Stem seed wheat. Frank Gale. 51-2pd Mrs. C. E. McLane and Miss Ethel Spees returned from Quas queton, Iowa, Tuesday afternoon. They were accompanied by W. E. Spees who will make his home in Philip, having rented the south half of the Wray house north of the Robertson Lumber Co., yard. Their household goods and be longings have been shipped and as soon as they arrive, Mr. Spees and his daughter, Ethel will begin housekeeping. We are glad to welcome Mr. Spees among the people of Philip and number him ss one of our citizens. Big auction sale of horses, household goods, machinery and miscellaneous articlis at^the ranch of J- A. Hawkins, four miles north Of Asbcreek on Wednesday, March 8th. CUPID fMints the way to this store when, to signify your affection you seek tone appropriate gift. You will find a selection here of Wa&ck- Jewelry, Silverware, Cat GI—, China, Clock* and Nev not to he found in many elder and larger towns. The Quality City News and Personal Items People Coming and Going, Notes of Improve menU, Social Doings and Items of Gen eral Interest to the Public si Kumm\ of course. 0. A. Moore, of Midland, was a business visitor in Philip Monday. Will buy 80 head of cattle, spring calves prefered. Will R. Walpole. E. A. Persons was down from Quinn on business Monday. We loan on final receipt on patent Bielski Farm Loan Co. W. W. Kellogg, of Smith, went to Cottonwood cm s business trip Monday evening. Ladies shirt waists tailored and fancy $1.00 to $2.50 at H. A. Kumra'8. Read J. A. Hawkins big auction sd on another page of this paper. W. L. Parsons and wife were visitors in town from Quinn Mon day. Large assortment of dress gin hams per yard 12£c, chambrays 30 in wide 15c at II. A. Kumm's Where can 1 get a loan on my farm? Why, of the Bielski Farm Loan Co., of course* H. Durkee can place four or five farm loans of #500 each right now. Who wants them? These are five year loans at 7 per cent, with cash commissions. Your taxes will be delinquent March 1st. One-half must be paid on or before that time. The Bank of Philip has the tax list and you can pay them there. 48-52 Ladies Gauntlet Gloves $1.25 and $1.50 Men's work and driving gloves85cto2.00 at H. A. Kumm's. John Schwecke, who has been spending the past several months at various points in the eastern part of the state, returned to Phil ip last Saturday from Yankton. FOR SALE—12 acres of land miles east of Philip. About 10 acres.broke. Anna E. Morrison, Dicky, N. D. 51 tf The Clover Club were delight fully entertained by Mrs. Myra Hague at her home on the hill Friday evening. After a pleasant time spent socially, the guests par took of a dainty and refreshing lunch served by their hostess be fore departing for their various homes. A Big bunch## horses wit) be offered to the highest bidder at the J. A. Hawkins ranch four miles north of Ashcreek, on Wed nesday March 8th. Don't miss the sale. Fred Hodgson was up from Gordon, Nebr., the latter part of last week and went out to look af ter his homestead southwest of town. He has rented his place and returned to Gordon Monday afternoon, where the family are making their home. We regret to loose these estimable people from our Stanley county farmers and hope that some day they will re turn again to make their home with us. E. M. Larson has some extra fine values in neckties at 25c. Take a look at them before making your selections. Clarence Webster departed Sun day night for Charles City, Iowa, where he will spend several weeks visiting with his parents and other relatives and friends. Sanger sewin# machines for easy payment*. Chas. H. Byler, Pierre, S. D. 33tf George Middleton, who drama tized 4The Hou& of A Thousand Candles" and "Rosalind at Red Gate'* has made an excellent dramatization of this story and it is easily proving the success of the present season. The management of the opera future, end List your land with the Hart srick Land Co. 49tf If you want to sell your cattle, see Will R. Waloole. 30tf Eugene Aldrich was a business visitor in Cottonwood Tuesday. Mrs. J. 11. Botten, of Old Trail, departed Monday noon for a visit with friends and relatives at Boyd, Minn. Mr. Boyd accompanied lier as far as Philip. E. M. Larson and C. A. Ben nett departed Tuesday for Cherry Creek, of the Cheyenne reserva tion, on a business trip. They made the jouruey in Mr. Larson's Overland car. The First State Bank of Philip is now prepared to loan reasonable mounts on land on which patenta lias been issued lltf The M. E. Ladies Aid Society will have an experience social in the church basement in the even ing of March 10th. Any lady is invited to earn a dollar and tell her experience in rhyme. Short musical program, light refresh ments served. Everybody cor dially invited. Admission 10c. 52-1 The Presbyterian Ladies Aid 5 iciety will meet with Mrs. E. F. Walden, south of town, on Friday afternoon March 3rd. A cordial invitation is extended to all. Con veyance luc each. Meet at Severin 6 Wheeler's Hardware at 1.30 p. m. "Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more, but—! Philip Lbr. Co." Mrs. L. J. Olson and children departed for their new home at Yale Monday noon. Mr. Olson left last week Tuesday with their ear of goods. Yale is a small town near Huron and Mr. Olson expects to engage in the real es tate business at that place. Mrs. VV. B- Holbroolc, Mrs. George Reeves and Mrs. Fred Block ac companied Mrs. Olson on the trip as far as Powell. The many friends of the family in Philip and vicinity wish them prosperity and happiness in their new location. We are prepared to handle that farm loan. Bielska Farm Loan Co. Wolves in the vicinity of the "Scotty Brown" ranch southeast of town have been giving the people in that vicinity a good deal of trouble of late, but up to the present time we have heard of no stock being killed. Last week a pack of wolves kept Mr. Brown's bunch of horses on the go nearly all night till utterly exhausted- It is thought the wolves come out of the Bad Lands at night and do their marauding and return to their rendevous before day break, as they are seldom seen by anyone in that vicinity. sssa 4'Mike", as he is better known by his Philip friends, has to yield about ever so often to a clamoring desire to visit the old home again, but whether it be the charm of visiting the haunts of his boyhood days, or the vision of a fair feminine creature, which beckons him to return, we are unable to say, but "we thinks" he will one day surprise his friends en his return. house hss arranged with Messrs. Gsskell, MacVitty & Carpenter, for the production of the play at this city io the near if local interest is any erftirioii, capacity audiences will DE—160 Will .M WRITE Leedom The Cottonwood AUCTIONEER If you intend to hold a sale. He gets the prices or asks NO PAY! Dates can be secured at Bank of Philip Dr. A, A. Hincmann. Physician and Surgecn Surgeon for N. W. 1 s Residence south V of the depot Oti»a Public Sale Having rented my farm. I, the undersigned, will offer at public auction, without reserve, at my place 11 miles southeast of Philip and 9 miles northwest of Kadoka, 34 IS 21, the following property, on Monday, March 6th, begining at 10 o'clock and free lunch at noon: Pair of black geldings 8 years old, weight 2300 gray team mares, 8 and 9 years old, in foal, weight 2000 bay gelding, 4 years old, weight 950 brown gelding, 3 years old, weight 900 bay mare, 4 years old, weight 950 13 head yearling colts pinto colt coming 2 years old gray mare, 5 years old, weight 1200, in foal team geldings, 10 years old, weight 2200 4 sucking colts. Five cows, 3 and 4 years old, will be fresh by April 1st 5 heif ers, 2 years old, will be fresh by April 1st I bull, coming 2 years old, 17 head of calves, will be 1 year old soon. Two wagons, one with rack, one disc, one two-section harrow, one stirring plow, two breaking plows, one walking cultivator, one McCormick mower, one tank pump with hose, three sets work harness, on Empire cream separator, nearly new, washing machine, sewing machine, cook stove and other ar ticles too numerous to mention. TERMS: Suras of $10 and un der, cash over $10, seven months time will be given on approved se curity at 10 per cent. Two per cent off for cash on sums over $10. Jud Pepper, Auctioneer, A. Michael, Clerk, D. C. Stout, Owner. Start Paper at Pierre Fairpla.v: At a meeting of the committee appointed to organize a new political party, growing out of the equal suffrage movement, a publicity committee consisting of Mrs. Hippie, Mrs. J. M. Cole and Mrs. Florence Jeffries was ap pointed. It was decided to launch a new state paper to be started at Pierre to advocate the principles of the new party for which no name has yet been selected. "Some of the paoers call it "The Woman's Party," said Mrs. Jeffries, "but we object to this name because we want to eliminate the word "sex" from politics." The fact that women can hold so many of the state offices according to our state constitution has given the new movement an impetus that is very gratifying to its promoters. "It appeals to all classes," says the "Cosmopolitan magazine" of "Barriers Burned Away,'' the famous novel by E. P. Roe which in dramatized form is proving one of the successes of the season. George Middleton's dramatiza tion of this interesting story comes to the opera house in the near fu ture. It tells of a poor young man and his love for a rich and haughty girl. The play deals with the period of the time of the great Chicago fire, and the scenes and the costumes are said to be most interesting. It is said that no play made from a novel since "David Harum," has proven so popular as this one. Messrs. Gaskeil, MacVitty & Carpenter have supplied an ex ceptional cast and have given care ful attention to all details pertain ing to the production. Lease of Common School Lands Notice is hereby given that on March 27th, 1911, all of the un leased common school land in Stanley county will be offered for lease at public auction between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 5 o'clock p. m. at the front door of the court house in said county. Dated at PierrQ, January 23rd 1911. F. F. Brinker, Commissioner of School sod Public Lands. e 47-3 jfrll i For Sal#- 160 acres in Sec. 8-1 North-19E. Very good land. Best offer gets it. Write T. G. Gunderson, 48*58 Wyocens, Wisf & i- Sum* *•/. Announcement We have purchased the panta toriuoa and are now prepared to dns a&d press year suits si the ffrtQfe, Prop. -1 20 Per Cent Dis count on all ROBES Sherwin-Williams ii Paints and Oils None Better E McLANE The Hardware Man Open For Business! Having purchased the Schlottman blacksmith shop on Railroad st, we respectfully solicit a share of your patronage. Prompt and satifactory work our motto. Give us -a call. Frank Long, Prop. Julius Henneberg, Mgr. LET US FIGURE YOUR BILL We know we can save you money. We Guarantee both our PRICES AND QUALITY of Lumber. All we ask is a chance to show you that what we claim is true Chas. A. Knudsoo, Mgr. Prne Offan from 1 nfing Manqfactnrcrt Book on pstents. "Hints to inventors.** "Inventions nssded." "Why some inventors fsiL" Send rough sketch or mods! lor secret) of FM Office records. Our Mr. Presley was focmeriy. Acting Commissioner of (toents, sod at sucb.had fuO dasrge of ttasU.&Pstoot Office. GBEELEY&MflffllRE ftereNTArroftNEYS MSUmnWtW. D.C!