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Fred Arnold departed Tuesday noon for Chicago. Jake Weber made a business trip to Midland Wednesday. You will have to hurry to at tend Hartwick's removal sale now going on. Only a short time left. Buy now. Mrs. E. G. Davis and family departed last Friday night for Spencer, Iowa, where the.v will visit for several days with friends and relatives in that vicinity. Mrs. Rena Gillen left today for Powell where she will make an extended visit with friends in that vicinity and also spend several •lays in the neighborhood of Old Trail before returning to Philip. W. O. Smith, formerly a Philip business man, came down from his claim near Faith today and will spend a few days in town. Miss Ada Greene, one of the 'efficient teachers in our public schools, departed Wednesday af ternoon for Dull', Nebraska, where she will visit friends and relatives during the summer vacation. The Wall and Philip High Schools will cross bats on the local grounds tomorrow afternoon. The Wall boys have been strengthen ing up for this game and coming down determined to get the scalp of the home boys. So far our High School ball team has made an en viable record, not having lost a game this season. An interesting game isassurred on Friday, June 2nd. Art Wheeler is dowft, from Plainview after freight. Patrick Foley, of Marietta, was a business vis^ 4$, Ptolip last week Saturday, A. Oldtield, of MHebvtfte, was ding to business matters in city Wednesday. Mrs. Harry Had way was down from Top bar Sunday to see her son •who has been confined at the Ince hospital with a broken limb. He had so far recovered that he was able Ice Cream Sodaes. Pioneer Pharmacy Buy Your Paris Green at the Pioneer Pharmacy to return home with his mother. Pfcrif Great 36c par lb. in 5 SECURITY BANKING BUCKEYE ROOT DEER O E Oscar Hargesheimer News and Personal Items People Coming and Going, Notes of Improve ments, Social Doings and Items of Gen feral Interest to the Public For a Good Moist Smoke, try the Pioneer Pharmacy Decoration passed off very quiet ly in Philip, most of the business men closing up in the afternoon. Miss Lucy Durkee departed to day noon for Mitchell where she will visit for several weeks with friends. Miss Nellie Dunlevy left today for Huron where she expects to spend the -next couple of months visiting friends and relatives. Dr. W. J. Nolan and wife, who have been visiting at the home of Mrs. Nolan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Kelly in this city, departed Wednesday noon for Yankton. They were accompanied by Miss Irene Kelley who will spend several days in that vicinity visiting friends and relatives. Only a few more days left of the removal sale of Hartwick's store. Buy while the sale lasts. Wallace White brought down a carload of horses from his ranch near Plainview today and will ship them to Vermillion. MilesvilleCitizen: Charles Coles came near having a serious acci dent this forenoon. He was work ing down in the well at the cream ery, sending up pails of gravel which were being drawn by a horse, when a pail tilled with grav el was loosened from the rope and fell on him. Luckily it fell when only about eight feet high or the injury might have proved very serious. As it was Charles receiv ed painful injuries on the back and head. Hie well is about 35 feet deep. J. McGrann and James McDon ald, of Topbar, were down to Phil ip last week Friday. D. P. Boyceand daughtei Pearl, of Elbon, and Mrs. God fried Pick er, of Dupree, were visitors in Philp last week Friday. G. G. Wheeler, who has been spending several days visiting at Plainview, Brushie and Faith, re turned home Tuesday. Mr. Wheel er says they are pretty dry up in Meade county and the crop pro spects are poor. lb. quantities. Pioneer Phanny Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Fairchild were Philip visitors last week from Woodlawn. J. M. Janson, of Weta, was a business visitor in Philip last week Thursday. H. H. Michael of Milesville, was a business visitor in Philip last week. Isam Sells and son Henry were visitors in Philip from near Topbar last week. Martin Berke was among Hiliandites who transacted busi ness in Philip last week Friday. Mrs. James Morris, who has been spending a few days visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hen ry Hoffman, returned Monday af ternoon to her home at (Cotton wood. George O' Keefe came down from Milesville last week Thursday and left on the night train for Devils Lake, N. D., where he will begin work on a steel water tower. Be fore coming to Stanley county, Mr. O'Keefe has followed the occupa tion of a steel structural worker for ten years. What we have all been looking for arrived Monday night, a good rain storm which soaked up things in this vicinity Dretty well, al though the weather man did not hurt himself in the amount he al lotted to us. Reports from points east and west state that heavy showers fell, but the heaviest rain was west of Philip. The country north of uu was visited rather lightly and word from various sections indicate that they receiv ed lijtle more than a sprinkle. It is estimated that fully one-half inch fell here. Rev. C. H. Bryan, of the Meth odist church, has been granted a two months vacation by the mem bers of the church and will leave in the near future for Sioux City and other points in Iowa where he will join his wife and spend the time in recuperating his health. Mr. Bryan's health has been very poor of late and lie hopes by lay ing aside his duties to the church for a time that his health will be restored to normal conditions again. Ite^. C. D. Ro.yce, district superintendent, of Rapid City, will have charge of the church work here during his absence, and either occupy the pulpit himself or supply a substitute, so that the services will be held the same as usual. Graduation For your boy or girl is one of the important events of their life. Present them with some token of your love and approv* al on this occasion. They ex pect it and will be delighted with any one of the numerous gift things to be found here. Your puzje will be suited and you may be assured mf the quality. W. L. Wilkinson The Reliable Jeweler v 4 v/'W y Dow Smith was down from Wellsburg Tuesday transacting business in our city. Will Calvin and Eugene Jordan were among the Old Trailers who visited Philip this week. There are still bargains left at Hartwick's removal sale. John Ferguson, from the Old Trail district, was circulating a mong our people last week Thurs day. FOUND—LwHes black coat on road west of town. Owner can have same by calling at thifr office and paying for this notice. The L. A. S. of the Lutheran church will hold an ice cream sale and bazaar in the Dupree building north of the Grand opera house on Saturday afternoon. Hobkins Bros, ladies base ball team will play the local team Tues day afteanoon and evening on the home grounds. They come well recommended from points where ever they have played and put up a genuine article of base ball. La dies and children are cordially in vited to attend the exhibition. Mr. Gilbert Russell, of Ash creek, came to Philip today with his son Ole, who took the noon train for Lake Preston, where he intends to stay for some time. We suspect that he went there for a purpose to better tit him to take care of Stanley county gumbo by bringing at least some calico with him. C. K B* Rudolph, who has been acting as manager of the Phileo for the past few months, departed Wednesday afternoon for Rapid City, where he will spend a few days visiting and then go to Sioux City, Iowa, where he has secured a situation. "Chick" ordered the News sent to his new address so that he might keep tab on what^ was doing in Philip. The Misses Edna and Lois But terfield departed this morning for their claims in Meade county near Zeal, the former having recently closed a most successful term of teaching in our public, schools. Miss Butterfield is a very efficient teacher and won the respect and regard of all her scholars, as well as their parents, during the time she has been employed *by the school board. "Star Naptha" washing der does your wotiu At league Grocery Cow pow Mul- A big delegation of the Midland fans accompanied the ball team to Philip Tuesday, about thirty-five tickets being sold including the base ball team. They done their best by rooting and cheering, to help their boys to win, but odds were too strong against them. That our neighbors on the east are a bunch of live wires is conceded by all Philippinoes and we hope that we can return the compliment Saturday with interest added. The world's champion ladies base ball team under the management of Hopkins Bros., of Des Moines, Iowa, will play the Philip boys on the local grounds on Tuesday after noon and evening. The grounds will be lighted in the evening mak ing it possible to witness every play made* The Phftfp ball team leaves Sat urday noon for Midland where they will play in the afternoon and then journey to Capa to meet that baliwick's strong local team Sun day afternoon. The Midlanders extend a cordial invitation to all of us who can, to.be in their town on Saturday next and they guarantee a good time. A dance has been ar ranged for the evening and the Colburn orchestra of Philip has been secured to dispense music for the occasion, lqjuries Prove Fatal E. H. Kcrner, editor of the Ashcreek Pilot, who was injured in an accident near Grindstone last week Friday, died at the Home stake hospital in Lead at five o'clock on Friday of the following week, deatli being due to blood poisoning. Mr. Kerner sustained a broken leg by being thrown out of a buggy and was taken to Lead where it was hoped the best of medical skill would result in his recovery, brt weak from the loss of blood and exposure, lie was not able to rally from the results of the accident. His parents were wired and reached the bedside of the patient just two hours For sand or gravel, call on J. H. Hasselfeldt. Phone 48. lOtf Where can I get a loan on my farm? Why, of the Bielski Farm Loan Co., of course. Live stock, farm and town pro perty insurance. Security Bank ing & Trust Co. 6tf Hart Slocum, E. M. Hawkey, Farrcl Bowlman and V. B. Pepper, who reside in the vicinity of Cot tonwood, depart the latter part of this week on a hunting and sight seeing trip to Wyoming. They expect to be gone a month or more and will make the trip overland with their teams, the basin of the Little Big Horn being the objec tive point of their trip. We hope they will come back with the wampum. 1 FOR REWT—Good desirable office rooms in the brick block owned by O. S. Winter. 3-tf. JULY 2""to&,h fYlinrwapolii ini/itw you to atteruJhfr Linhing-of the-LaKes'. ft wwhof amuMnwnt education and i CbMPANY before! he passed away. The remains were honeymoon, after which they will shipped to the home of the parents be at home to their many friends at Larch wood, Iowa, where? the! in Fort Pierre where the groom is funeral services were held and in terment made. Our sympathy is extended to the grief stricken ones io their hour of deepest sorrow. al E DAVIS & COMPANY PRES8ING AND CLEANING. Waldron-Philip Miss Isle Waldron, daughter of Mr. und Mrs. Charles Waldron, and Attorney George Philip, both of Fort Pierre, were united in marriage at that citv on Tuesday, May :»Oth. The groom is a mem ber of the tirm of Philip «& Wag goner and one of the prominent attorneys of this part of the state. Both parties have many friends among our readers who join in wishing them a long and happy married life. The News extends congratulations and best wishes to the newly weds. T'iey passed through Philip Tuesday atVrnoon enroute for the Hills where they will spend their engaged in practicing law. FOR SALE—Five good milch cows, four fresh and one will be fresh about July 1st one yearling bull. R. E. Farmer, nine miles northwest of Philip, in 32-2n-19. •••••CO THE We will be open for business Saturday, May 13, in the Wray bldg. opposite the Winchester hotel. Ladie skirtss given special attention. Prices reasonable and satis faction guaranteed. V A', •MA s- at ''til VALUE of well-printed neat-appearing stationery as a means of getting and holding desirable busi ness has been amply demonstrated. Consult ns before going elsewhere y e FREE northwest's Qr?at«ff4th'. Ptorfoa Park Plants. QrMtttormCoMinj Six Monstw Paradw minnwot&Entiff rational Guard SOME .A. LAMB, N. G. S. W. RUSSELL, V. HELMER ELEESON, Secy. Meets every Friday evening. Visiting brothers cordially Invited to al tend.