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The Bad River news. [volume] (Philip, Stanley County, S.D.) 19??-1912, May 11, 1911, Image 5

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The prize of one dollar offered
by Mrs. Ince in behalf of temper
ance work, for largest list of words
from prohibition was won by Zel
pha Diehl, age 11.
The machinery for the creamery
at Milesville has arrived and Ed
gar Watwood and Tom Hart.v were
down Wednesday to freight it up
to that hustling little burg, where
they will soon have the creamery
in running order.
Bed Bug Poison
25e A Bottle at
City News and Personal Items
Hargesheimer's
Drug Store
Another nice, rain storm visited
this locality Wednesday forenoon,
And while we all hoped for more,
fhe amount of moisture which fell
did an inestimable amount of good
to the country. What we need and
what we will be getting shortly is
an old fashioned soaker of about
four days steady raining.
.Paris Green!
The law requires that pans green
shall contain at least 50 per cent
iursenious trioxide.
i will handle only the Ansbacher
$l Co.'s pure paris green which
Is guaranteed to contain 55 per
.Cent While I have tried to pur
chase what the demand will be
and to insure delivery at the
time you want it, it is well to
leave your orders now and 1 will
hold same for you. Prices made
on quantities, 40c single lb*
People Coming and Going, Notes of Improve
ments, Social Doings and Items of Gen
eral Interest to the Public
A. J. Wray went to Fort Pierre
on a business trip Wednesday.
Allover laces per yd. $1 to #2.25.
Embroideries and insertions to
match at Kumm's.
Gus Hargesheimer, of Fort
Pierre, was a visitor at the home
of his brother, Oscar, this week
Tuesday.
Mort Dunning, of the county
seat, spent a few days in town this
week visiting friends and acquain
tances.
The Presbyterian L. A. S. will
meet with Mrs. Ed Urton, Friday
afternoon, May 12th. Ail members
are cordially invited.
P. A. Toomey, who has been
spending the past several months
in Chicago,
Tuesday afternoon.
A. and J. Wallace, of Ashcreek,
departed Wednesday for Helena,
Montana, where they have em
ployment for the summer.
Mrs. Frank G. Schwartz return
ed Tuesday night from a few weeks
visit with friends and relatives at
West Point, Nebr., and other1
points in Iowa.
O. G. Andres departed for
Pierre WeJnesday noon where he
will spend a few days on business.
He will also visit other |oints east
of the river before returning home.
STRAYED—Pair of bay geld
ings, one branded V
on
Pioneer Pharmacy
F. 6. Schwaita, Prop.
Bring your plumbing troubles
to Severin & Wheeler.
L. llahn was down from Manila
on a business mission Tuesday.
W. Hampton, of Wellsburg, was
a business visitor in Philip Friday
of last week.
Ned Ronning went to Fort
Pierre Saturday for an over Sun
day visit with friends.
H. E. Cockran, of Midland was
a business visitor in Philip the
latter part of last week.
returned to Philip creek, were guests at the H. W.
Edwards home for dinner last
Sunday.
right jaw
and the other blind in right eye,
not branded. Notify Orin E. Wal
ker, Philip, S. 1).
1
Mrs. August Kahl, of Wood
lawn, departed Tuesday for Donn,
la., where she will spend several
days visiting friends and relatives.
L. B. Hartwick, W. W. Warner
and Miss Effie Hamilton, of Ash-
Dr. Ince reports the birth of' a
baby girl at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Carson Williams, on Friday
May 5th. Mother ancl daughter
are getting along tine.
Miss Kate Greenfield, who has
been teaching school at Marietta,
was called to the home of her par
ents at Willow Lakes today by the
illness of her father.
The M. E. ladies aid will meet
with Mrs- Ince Friday May 19th.
It is expected the gifted lecturer,
Mrs. Zehner will be present and
give a mothers'' talk. All welcome.
W. B. Hoi brook is remodeling
his home in the south part of town.
The roof is being raised and other
improvements made which will
make the house more comfortable
for himself aud family.
Buy Your CIGARS of
Hargesheimer
E. C. Davis & Co., hav'e opened
a cleaning and pressing establish
ment in the Wray building opposite
the Winchester hotel and will be
ready for business about the latter
part of this week. See their ad
on another page of this issue.
Don't fail to hear Mrs. Zehner
at the M. E. church Friday, May
J9th at 8 p. m. She is a national
W. C. T. U., speaker of the high
est order and one of the brainiest
women of the souths This is an
opportunity not often enjoyed out
side of large cities. Silver collec
tion.
TAKEN UP^Tto horses one
gray, branded on left shoulder re
versed and T, and one light bay
branded same with one white foot
in front and one hind leg white.
Came in my possession about
April 1st. Two miles west of
Powell. McDonald's Ranch. 3t
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Francis O'Connor won the
wrestling match Tuesday evening
over his opponent, Emmett Fitz
gerald, after an hour and eleven
minutes of more or less wrestling.
O'Connor secured the first fall with
a full Nelson and the second one
forfeited to him by Fitzgerald re
fusing to wrestle. At times the
contest resembled a bunting m*tch
more than it did a wrestle, and
John Mayer, who was referee,
almost lost bis voice in telling
them to keep on the mat. Daring
the whole time consumed, only
about fifteen minutes was taken up
in act6al wrestling, the rest was
'used in hdrse
ptiy.
Clarence O. Nash was a business
visitor at the county seat Tuesday.
J. Thompson, of Quinn, was a
business visitor in Philip last Thurs
day.
H. J. McMahon was a business
visitor in Rapid Citfr the latter
part of last week.
Miss Clara La Motte arrived
^r!d_"iy^nd
Wilbur A. .Tones returned Mon-
We are prepared to handle
that farm loan. .Bielska Farm
Loan Co.
J. Lewis, of Smith, departed
Friday night for Sioux City, where
he will spend several days visiting
friends and relatives.
All kinds of repairing in the
line of plumbing and tin work
done by our expert plumber.
Severin and Wheeler.
Paul Gottsleben was among the
number from Philip who attended
the Knights of Columbus conven
tion at Rapid City the first of the
week.
A fortunate runaway occurred
Saturday afternoon. The ice team
of Wm- Murphy took a lively spin
about town after becoming fright
ened at a piece of paper which was
blown against them by the howl
ing wind and dashed up Oak street,
leaping across the ditch and tak
ing their regular ice route which
had always been their custom in
the past, with the exception that
they made double quick time.
They were caught by P. J. Gal
lagher who mounted a horse and
gave chase, capturing them near
the Philip livery barn on Railroad
street. No damage was done ex
cept a broken singletree and wagon
reach.
Follow the Thirsty Crowd
SECURITY BANKING & TRUST COMPANY
W6Dt
to her claim near Elbon.
W. M. Harris was down from
Milesville Sunday and departed
for Pierre on a business trip.
fty night from a several lsyK I have a litrtfe portion of it broke
business visit up in Meade county.
would be made so happy if it brought him the
good watch he deserves and "love will lind
the way," for the cost will not break you.
E. A. Kerner, editor of the
Ashcreek Pilot, was a business
visitor in Philip Tuesday.
Julius Pheiffer, of Grindstone,
departed today for Pierre and
other points east of the Missouri
river where he will spend several
days attending to business matters
and visiting relatives.
TO
Hargesheimer's
Soda Fountaifi
The place to get the Famous
BuckeyC Jtoot "Beerl
P. 4. Gallagher was a business
visitor in Capa Tuesday
Harvey Michael was down the
first of the week from Milesville.
A tine line of photo mounts and
dainty folders always on hand at
the High Studio. 8tf
Dr. D. C. Bond, the well known
specialist, will be at the hotel
°Ut Wednesday,May 17thTto"ex*mine
eyes and tit glasses that abolish
headaches and nervousness. 8-10
William Murphy, of Tyndall, is
!out looking after his half section
o{ land ncar
man
A Certain Man in this Town
Needs Watching!
Is he your husband, your brother, or your
son?
I have noticed him gazing longingly at the
good watches in my window as he thought of
the poor time piece in his pocket.
His Birthday
Ask to be shown that IT jewel watch at $10.
W. L. WILKINSON
The Reliable Jeweler
This imprint on the box guarantees the quality
Hilland. He expects
Springt
We are now prepared to do all
I kinds of plumbing and tinwork,
having secured the services of a
fujjv qualified to do all kinds
of that dass of work_ Best of
workmanship and satisfaction guar
anteed. Severin & Wheeler.
Among those who attended the
K. of C. convention at Rapid City
Sunday and Monday from Philip
were Will R. Walpole, James
McDonald, Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
Nolan, Wm. Kelly, Irene Kelly
and Father Goergan John and
Fred Griffin, from Topbar and
George O'Keefe, from Milesville.
Cadwell—Schlekau Nuptials
On Monday, May 8th, at 11:30
in the forenoon at the home of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
F. Cadwell, in Logan, Iowa, oc
curred the marriage ceremony
which united the lives of Miss
Vida Cadwell and William F.
Schlekau, both of this city, Rev.
Higbee of the Christian church
conducting the ceremony. The
wedding was a quiet home affair
and only the intimate friends and
relatives of the contracting parties
were present to witness the cere
mony. The„ bride is a charming
young lady who for the past
year or more has been bookkeeper
for the Bank of Philip and has
many friends in Philip and vicin
ity. The groom is the hustling ant^j
energetic operator at the North
western depot, and during the
time he has been in Philip has
won the confidence and respect of
everyone with whom he has come
in contact. The happy couple will
make their home in the house re
cently vacated by the Butterfield
family on West Pine street and
will be at home to their many
friends after June 15th. The News
joins ^ith their host of friends in
extending congratulations and best
Wishes for a prosperous and happy
married life.
Wells Wells Wells
•0ft |A. Bushey, of Ashcreek, has
a 24 inch machine for boring wells.
If you want a well bored, write or
call on him. Sec. 23, 5N, 18E. 8-13
7
Fourth Anniversary of Philip
The fourth anniversav.v of Philip
was remembered if not celebrated
by ^er loyal, patriotic citizens.
ld Glory was thing to the breeze
and pfnully spread her silken
folds to the admiring gaze of men
anil women. Of all the Hugs of the
earth, there is none that looks so
beautiful, grand and sublime as the
old starry banner, the llag that
our boys have carried from Bun
ker Hill to Monterey. Especially
to the old soldiers of the civil war,
it appeals io their feelings and to
their memories of four years of
battles and wounds, of Belle Isle
and Andersonville, of long march
es, of hunger and thirst and death.
Half of a century has gone since
those stirring scenes, but on all
occasions where anniversaries are
to be commemorated, be it of men,
cities or nations, old glory is Hung
to the breeze as the most befitting
emblem to awaken our memories
and bring to our realization, the
magnitude of our achievements
and the responsibilities that rest
upon orr people, for the preserva
tion of our national integrity and
theold llag unsullied by their hand
of treason. On Spioncop, a con
spicuous eminence, on North Cen
ter street, our patriotic citizens
have erected a liberty pole made
of steel set in concrete solid as the
adamantine rock from which old
glory comes fourth on every con
spicuous occasion to commemorate
important events in our town,
county and national history. Pass
ing citizens look upon the hill and
wonder what the occasion was that
called forth old glory. The answer
is, the fourth anniversary of Phil
ip Quinn came down to assist us
in making the events of the day
as interesting as possible, and the
score, four to two in favor of
Quinn, left an impression upon the
minds of our sturdy young men,
thatthere are others. In the evening
the Fort Pierre orchestra furnish
ed high class music, whilfe the
young people of Philip tripped the
light fantastic toe long into the
wee small hours of the night.
Philipeans, we commemorate your
birth. We honor the men whose
dictum laid your keel. We praise
the patriotism and business sagaci
ty of your citizens who have all
pulled together, worked together,
and fought together, that you,
when a little infant, might some
day attain the proud eminence of
manhood.
School Notes
Elizabeth Walpole Fitzgerald
visited the school Monday a. m.
The basket ball equipment has
been put in readiness for playing,
but the girls are not enthusiastic
about learning the game.
Mr. Baye, our good janitor, is
to receive the credit for our byuing
such a good pair of goals.
School was dismissed earlier than
usual on Tuesday p. m. to accom
modate the boys who wanted to go
to the Philin-Quinn ball game.
An effort has been made to en
able the boys to enjoy such times,
but we hope baseball will not grow
to be considered by them as more
essential than the school. The pu
pils who have the right attitude
toward their work will always be
willing to sacrifice some pleasures
for it.
On Fiklii and
wind caused Miss Butterfield and
a number of the pupils to fast
rather than go home to dinner.
We often think of our pleasant
rooms and know that the effect of
surroundings upon our progress
as students is mueh more than the
average person would consider it
to be.
your legal blanks-at
News office and save money.
the
North Deadman
If it dont rain soon the people
on North Deadman will have to
find a new correspondent.
Will Hazen was at Grindstone
Monday afternoon.
Pete Wiese, Ed Knudson and
Fred Pepple were at Philip last
Saturday.
Henry Buchlotz and Jess Pepple
spent Sunday evening with Ed
Knudson.
Miss Stella and Birdie Percy
called on John Carnjan last Sun
day forenoon.
Ed Knudson and Pete Wieae
were out coyote hunting with John
Percy the fore part of last week.
Jess and Fred Pepple were at
Ashcreek last Tuesday visiting
Pat Fennel,
Mr. and Mrs. John Percy were
at Cottonwood last Friday going
from there to Philip Saturday.
Miss Sadie Scharff went to
Philip last Saturday after her
mother, who has been ^isiting
friends there the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Massee,
Mrs. Follette and Stella and Birdie
Percy spent Sunday afternoon and
evening with Harry lldys.
Claude Schacht and family were
at Philip on business last Saturday.
A' llinish was given the con
tract to grade the section line east
of School section 10, and is now
busy with a force of men and team
grading down th^same.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Hazen are
the proud parents of a baby-girl
that came to brighten their home
last Monday morning. Will is
now wearing that smile that wont
come off.
Market Report
Sioux City, la.. May 9, 19&I*
With a reduction in receipts of
fat-and killing cattle, the under
tone to the trade has been bullish
am' the past two days the general
killer market is strong to a dime
higher than late last week. Beef
men continue to favor the leSt of
well fattened butcher stock and the
light handy weight beeves. Bulls
and yeal calves are ruling steady.
Beeves are.quotable at $5.15
$5.00 butcher stock $4/2.") #5:60
canners and cutters $2.(50 (n $3.50
veal calves $4.00 (a $5.75 and
bulls and stags 13.75 $5.00.
It was also a strong to 10c high
er market on stockers and feeders.
The undertone to the stock heifer
trade was even stronger and this
class sold 10 15c higher than on
the previous week. Yard traders
having perfected a good clearance
were free buyers at the advance.
Quotations: Feeders $4.85
$5.50 calves and yearlings $4.25
(tf *5.35 and feeding cows and
stock heifers $3.05 ii $4.0.
The advance recorded late last
week of 15 & 25c is holding quite
well in fat sheep and lambs.
Lambs are quotable at $5.00
$0.00 yearlings and wethers $3.90
$4.7b and ewes *3.25 $4.20
shorn stock 75c under these quota
tions.
Hogs 4,600 market closing week*
range $5.70 $5.65 the bulk at
$5.75 $5.80.—Furnished by
Clay Robinson & Co.
Mrs. A. M. Hull, who has been
spending a few days visiting with
Walter Campman, of Milesville,
returned to her home at Sioux
Falls.
Pure Paris Qreen
40c
38c
35e
.... Per Single Pound
idk Five Pound Lots
......
*Jn Ten Pound Lots
Buy Your !*aris Green of
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