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Charles Webster was down from
Hilland the first of the week for a few days. Miss Maude Ingram went to Fort Pierre Wednesday where she expects to spend the winter. School Supplies AT Hargesheimer's (i. A. Riddle, the buttermaker, went to Underwood the first of the week where he spent a few days looking after business matters. H. Kellogg and wife, who have been visiting with their son, M. B. Kellogg and wife, near Smith, left today noon for their home at Wayne, Nebr. A juvenile contata, entitled "The .lolly Picnic Party," will be pre sented by school children at the (irand opera house on Friday even ing, Sept. 29th. Auspices of the L. A. S. of the Presbyterian church. 29 30 Carload of potatoes on track at #1.40 per bushel. J. B. Fisher, of Powell, left for Hot Springs Tuesday afternoon. H. F. Waldorf, who has been very ill for the past two weeks, is somewhat improved. LOST—Between the furniture store and Aldrich residence, a pair of nose glasses with chain attached to button. Finder return to Mrs E. H. Aldrich and receive reward. Mrs. »J. II. Peithan, of Charter Oak, Iowa, was an arrival Tues day and is visiting with her daugh ter, Mrs. J. E. Wyckoff. Dr. D. C. Bond, the well known specialist, of Mitchell S 1). will be at the North Western hotel Satur- We will make lower prices on corn MONDAY if hauled direct from the car, as it will save us handling charg es, interest, insurance, etc. Philip Mill & Elevator Co. City News and Personal Items People Coming and Going, Notes of Improve ments, Social Doings and Items of Gen eral Interest to the Public List your land with the Hart wick Land Co. 49tf W. L. \V ilkinson made a busi ness trip to .Midland today. A full line of school supplies at the Pioneer Phrrmacy The fall winds are hard on the skin. Try our cold cream. Pioneer Pharmacy. 1 day, September 30th. Eyes car-1 fullv examined, Glasses made that1 will lit. Special attention to head aches and nervousness. 27—30 "The Jolly Picnic Party" at the Grand opera house, Friday even ing September 29th. 29 30 Among the ladies in attendance at the meeting of the WT. C. T. l\ at Aberdeen this week, the Aber deen American reports the name of Mrs. Alice Ince, of Philip, sec retary of the Loyal Temperance Legion. Over one hundred dele gates were in attendance which far exceeded the number anticipated. Miss Florence Wells, of Wells burg, departed Wednesday noon for Tracy, Minn., where she will spend several days visiting with her brother, Harry C. WTells. She was accompanied by her aunt, rs. Frank Peters and daughter, Miss May. who returned to Chi cago after a visit with the Wells family at Wellsburg. U-ALL-NO Bring your poultry to Hart wick. The Ladies Aid of the Methodist church will meet with Mrs. W. W. Warner, Friday afternoon, Sept., 22nd. E. .1. Durkee returned Tuesday afternoon from Winside, Nebras ka, where he has leen playing ball for the past couple of months. Dr. Yercoe, the eye and ear specialist of I^ead, S. I)., will move his office from Lead to Whitewood, Oct., 2nd, 1911. 22tf B. W. Ives, (irand Lecturer of the Masonic lodge, with headquar ters at Huron, was a visitor in Philip Monday and gave a lecture at the Masonic hall in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Carson Williams went to Pierre Wednesday noon where they will spend a few days visiting friends and attending the meeting of the irrigation conven tion. Frank G- Schwartz went to Dead wood Sunday morning where he underwent an operation for ap pendicitis. The operation was en tirely successful and the patient is getting along tine and will un doubtedly be home in a few days and again take up his duties in the store. Harry Burns returned from Forestburg Monday. Mrs. C. M. Sageser is visiting with friends and relatives at Ar nold, Nebr. Edgar Watwood and Tom Har ty were down from Milesville Sat urday after winter wheat seed. Mrs. Fay Swisher, who has been visiting with friends in Philip returned to Powell Saturday noon. C. S. Ward and son, George, of Marietta, left Monday for Des Moines, Iowa, where they will spend the winter. Best Cigars in City HARGESHEIMER'S E A S O E Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Robinson, who have been living on their homestead north of town, have moved into the house recently purchased by John Burns, north of the Picker residence. For quick service in farm loans, see Security Banking A Trust Co. 6tf The following names were add ed to our subscription list during the past week: J. F. Kopp, Oliver Horton, Theodore Mikkelson, and August Kalivet. It does beat all that even the dry weather can't stop the Bad River News subscrip tion list from growing, but per haps the recent bountiful rains have had something to do with it. Anyway, we wish to thank these gentlemen for their little old dol lar that we all love so well, and hope they will get value received for the ensuing year. the Pioneer Pharmacy is headquarters for good fresh candy Clearance sale on hats at Hart wick's store. D. C. Stout went to Fort Pierre riday on a business trip. FOR RENT-Good house cheap. Inquire at this office. 25tf Educate your son or daughter at the Rapid City (S. D.) Business College. A local institution of merit. Circular free. Enroll now. Mr. and Mrs- I. M. Humphrey, of Rapid City, were brief visitors in Philip last week Friday with friends while enroute home from the state fair at Huron. Live stock, farm and town pro perty insurance. Security Bank ing & Trust Co. 6tf J. S. Whitt, of Pierre, was a business visitor in Philip Satur day in the interest of the irriga tion schemes which have recently been put forward by the Pierre and Fort Pierre boosters. Two horse gasoline engine for sale cheap. Enquire at this of fice. tf Mrs. E. C. Skinner and Miss May Peters, of Chicago, stopped off here while returning from a sight seeing trip to the Hills and went out to Wellsburg, where they spent a few days visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Wells. The former is a sister of Mrs. Wells. ''The Jolly Picnic Party," a .juvenile contata given by school children under the auspices of the Ladies Aid of the Presbyterian church, will be presented at the Grand opera house Friday even ing, September 29th. Doors will be open at 7:4 curtain rises promptly at 8:15. No seats will be reserved. Admission, adults 2o cents children 1" cents. 29-30 Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Malone and family returned to Philip from Madison last week Friday and will again make our burg their home. It was their intention to engage in farming near Madison next sea son, but having a great deal of sickness in the family while there, they decided to return to the most healthful climate in the world and are already feeling much improv ed in health. Odd sizes in shoes at bargain prices at Hartwick's store. Will Lindgren, of Fort Pierre, looking as prosperous as a bloated bond holder of Wall street, was a visitor in Philip last week with his folks and numerous friends in this vicinity. He spent a few days looking after his claim near Pow ell while out this way, returning to Fort Pierre Friday noon. Will has a good position with Fischer Bros, at the county seat and we are glad to learn that he is making good. FOR SALE—Improvements on school section consisting of three room house, large corrigated iron and lumber barn, hog pen, chick en house, work shop, cow barn, large sheds and corrals, section well fenced and crossed fenced, plenty of water the year around: six acres under cultivation. Lease runs three years and can be re newed as long as desired. Reason for selling, must attend to other property. For further particulars, address A. N. Britton, Marietta, S. D. 29-32 Mr- and Mrs. E. H. Banks and family departed Friday noon for their future home at Medford, Oregon. They went by way of the Twin Cities and will visit rel atives at Portland, Tacoma and Olympia while on their journev It is with a feeling of keen regret! that we announce the departure of these estimable people from Philip! but wish them success in their new home. Mr. Banks has been numbered among the business men Hartwick buys poultry. R. O. Anderson, of Nitteberg, was a visitor in Philip Tuesday. Potatoes $1.40 per bushel. Car load on track. Get 'em now. O. T. Goodrich, of Cottonwood, was a business visitor in Philip Monday. Rex Terry, of Fort Pierre, was a business visitor in Philip Tues day- Mrs. S. Harwick, of Elbon, de parted Monday noon for Madison where she will spend several days visiting with friends and relatives. W ANTED—Six quarter sections of land at once. Call on or write Edw. A. Lins, Philip, S. D. Miss M. A. Lyman was a visitor in Fort Pierre the first of the week. Mrs. Ixniis Johnson and child ren arrived last week Thursday from Armour and are visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Morrison. Bring your butter and eggs to Hartwick's. Highest market price. Mr. and Mrs- Charles Flanigan, of Pedro, left Monday night for Minneapolis where they will spend the winter. H. C. Hansen, the Phileo man, spent a few days on business and visiting in the vicinity of Nitte berg the first of the week. Have immediate sale for six quarter sections of land. Call on or write Edw. A. Lins, Philip, S. D. Dave Lam pert has rented the Philip Livery barn on Railroad street and will hereafter conduct a feed stable in connection with his dray line. He expects to be ready to accommodate patrons about the first of next week and extends a hearty invitation to old and new customers of the barn to call and try him. You will be treated right. See the Bielski Farm Loan Co. of Philip, for a loan on your farm. iVHf D. J. O'Connell, who has been visiting with his son, J. W. O'Con nell, of Old Trail, departed Tues day noon for his home at Ramona. FOR SALE—Round Oak heat er, good size. Inquire at this of tice. 2btf Wonder where the newspaper which reported that the day trains on the Northwestern would be taken off, received their informa tion. On a pretense that they had advance information, this sheet gave the date for discotinuing the day train service as September 17th but the trains are still running. Perhaps a little bird whispered it to them or maybe they heard it from the coal heaver, anyway the source of the information has proven to be unreliable and goes to show that you can't believe all you see in some papers. of Philip ever since Philip became noon by inviting a number of her a town, first as the manager of the little friends to a birthday party Leggett feed store, and for the at the home of her parents, Mr past year or more has been con-jand Fresh Candies AT Hargesheimer's Drug Store The demand for graduates of Sioux Falls Business College, Sioux Falls: S. D., grows bigger and bigger year by year. Every young man and every young wom an should send for one of their large free catalogs. L. W- Hamilton, of Charles City, Iowa, was an arrival Tues day morning and spent a few days in town visiting acquaintances and attending to business matters. He went out to Hilland Wednesday afternoon where he was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Webster. Miss Meta Kyde celebrated her 11th birthday Wednesday after- nected with the Bank of Philip, ing refreshments, the little folks His business industry and integri- were treated to an auto ride, the ty have won the respect and con- Doctor taking each one to their fidence of our people and it goes respective homes with his Cadillac without saying that Mr. and Mrs. I car. The event was greatly en Banks will be greatly missed both joyed by the guests in which the in the business sad social life of Philip. Mrs. S. M. Kyde. After serv- P«rt» ride'1 gdayfcl a prominent FOR SALE—Sixty gallon gas oline tank. Inquire at this office. 28tf Word received from White Riv er states that J. L- Core,who re cently went there from Marietta is quite ill. Arlo Smith and family left Tuesday noon for their future home at Vail, Iowa. A. J. Gasper arrived Tuesday morning from Tyndall and will spend a few days in the vicinity of Grindstone attending to busi ness matters. $1250.00 will buy lfiO acres two and one half miles from Cotton wood. 80 acres good farm land. Balance pasture and timber, good water, two wire fence, house and barn. *8o0.00 cash, balance in four years at 6 per-cent. P. H. Smith D38 Park St- Pierre S. D. 2tf H. W. Edwards and Perry Tay lor returned from V\ hite River Wednesday. Mr. Edwards is well pleased with the showing which the new lumber firm has made while in business there and the sales thus far have more than met their expectations. He believes White River will make a good town as it is growing rapidly and many people are going ijnto that country. The court house is prac tically cempleted and the various county officers are already attend ing to their duties. A newspaper is among the new institutions re cently launched, the first number appearing this week* The Coal Situation! We have waited till the last minute to find out what the railroad peo ple were going to do about the rates on coal, but so far are un able to get any lower rates. So we are obliged to order a few cars at present rates. Owing to present financial conditions, we will be obliged to sell for cash only, but will divide our profits with our cus tomers. Hard coal will be sold for 50c per ton less than last year if taken off the car, and soft coal at 5 per cent less than last year's prices and an additional 25c per ton off if taken out of the car. Will have western coal after this week and hard coal in two weeks. Philip Lumber Co +4"H,++++,ll,+++++++++++++++++"M,++++++"M,++++,l,++'M,++4,++++ Job Printing! No matter what the other fellows prices are, we can beat them if you will give us the opportuntiy to figure with you. It's worth your attention and investigation to learn the sur prising low prices of our printing com pared with the high quality which we have always maintained. If your printing has been unsatisfactory, place your next order with us and know what good printing really is. Bad River News rs. H. M. Hyde, of Sykes, Montana, who has been visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. E. A. Morrison, of Hilland, returned Monday noon to her home. Mrs. Edna Upton Morris, Grand Worthy Matron of the Eastern Star lodge, of Redfield, and Grand Worthy Patron, Robert McCaugh ay, of Millette, will be in Philip Saturday evening, September 30th, to constitute the local order of the Eastern Stars. All members of the lodge and visiting members are urgently requested to be present. Word was received by John Waddell Wednesday that his fath er, who recently underwent an operation at Sioux City, was get ting along as well as could be ex pected. The operation was entire ly successful and the critical per iod has been safely passed. His many friends in Philip and vicin ity will be pleased to learn thai b# is on the road to recovery. A party of Philipinoes consist ing of Ed Urton, Diamond Long, Eugene Aldrich, Joe Malone and Earl Roush left for White River, the new connty seat of Millette county, Monday forenoon. They are making the trig overland with a team of horses, and packed up a lot of provisions, blankets and a tent and will camp wherever night overtakes them They expect to be gone for several days and will look up the opportunities and pos sibilities offered in our neighbor ing county southeast of us.