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w A*. Regular price 25c. Special price per box, only Look over our Stock Hair Brushes rnfffirr7/ Harmony Complexion Powder 50 cents Flesh, pink and white TRY IT! There is none better Chocolates and Bon Bons We have the best candies in Philip. Half lb. 25 to 40c, lb. 50 to 80c. All fresh and de licious. List your land with the Hart wick Land (Jo. 49tf W. A. Rickerts, of Milesville, flftB a visitor in Philip Tuesday. Arthur Clay, of Powell, was a bttsiness visitor in Philip Monday. I William Hess went to Fort Pierre Wednesday on a business trip. STRAYED—Grey gelding pony. Small 'V' branded on right jaw. Welch, the Mail Carrier. John Merrigan, of Alcester, was an arrival Tuesday and is spending a few days in Philip Woking alter business matters. Martin Nanninga was an arrival the first of the week from Beres ford and is spending a few days in this vicinity buying stock. Sam Buchanan left last week for Gettysburg where he has se cured employment in a blacksmith *bop. Mr. Rundall, of Hartley, re turned from Yankton the early part of the week where he has been spending the past oouple of months. Word was received by friends Hi Philip that an eight pound boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Ttrhune, on Friday, December 10th, at Percival, Iowa. XtaktOQ Hargesheimer's Drug Store As this is going to be a quiet Christmas, we are SPECIAL BARGAINS on ALL HOLIDAY GOODS, buying elsewhere. Box Paper 13c V good hair »rush and omb is some hin^ useful a n u s e every day. Just what you want to u y o a Xmas gift. Special Prices for the Holidays News and Persona Items People Coming and Going, Notes of Improvs* Ments, Social Doings and Items of Gen eral Interest to the Public C. Crowl, the reproduc er 0# the famous Sam Jones lec will be held in Philip Wed ^December 20th, and lec- Hie Grand opera bouse in You will miss one jwf treats of th* *»soo if ttJtiarliia. FOR RENT—Small house close in. Inquire at the News office, tf Brainerd Poste was in from Ashcreek Tuesday and Wednesday Mrs. William Walpole departed Friday morning for Lead where she will make an extended visit with her daughter* Mta. A. Fitzgerald. FOR SALE-NE i Section 3N of Range 19K. For terms address R. E. Clark, Carrollton, 111. 38tf Mr. and Mrs. H. J. McMahon went to Rapid City Saturday to attend the funeral services of the late Chauncey L- Woods, which was held there Sunday under the auspices of tne Elks and the Mas ons. Mr. McMahon acted as one This morning at nine o'clock, at the Norwegian Lutherah parson age in this city, Miss Matilda Ot tum and Carson Janssen, both of Topbar, were united in marriage, Rev. H. J. Stormo conducting the ceremony which made them man and wife. Both of the contracting parties have homesteads in the vicinity of Topbar and are well and favorably known in that neighborhood. We understand they will make their home on the groom's farmstead. The News joins with their numerous friends in wishing them a,lifeof and prosperity?. tsmmm going to give Come and see Xmas Post Cards 25c a doz. All new de signs. Get them now. You cannot get along with out using you some us before jHWrt' ^j \m. llu "~r Hand and Nail Brushes You Can't Get Along Without One Rcxall Toilet Soap 10c a cake, three for twenty-five cents Fine Leather Moccasins $1.00 for Ladies' $1.75 for Gents'. Genuine Buckskin Nail Clip and Nail Files Orange Wood Sticks, Nail Scissors, etc. Everything for manicuring the nails Baby Gifts Baby Toilet Sets, Brush and Comb Sets, Rattles. Powder Puffs, Hair Brushes, Dolls, etc, etc, COME AND SEE THEM Horse biaukets at C. E. Mc Lane's. William Kelly returned Monday from a visit with his daughter at Chadron, Nebr. Parties wishing to pasture stock on the Merrigan place on Bad river, see Edw. A. Lins. tf of the pall bearers. Photos are steadily growing in stag party, the amusement of the favor for Christmas gifts. Every thing reliable and up-to-date, pleasing in style and finish at the High Studio. happiness A. J. Wray was a business vis itor at Sioux Falls and Redfield the early part of last week. WANTED—Young brood mares from 1100 lbs. up. Description and price in first letter. C. E. Burnie, 18-ln 19, Cottonwood, S. D. 40-41 pd The Bank of Philip is prepared to make farm loans on most reason able terms yet offered. See them before getting a loan on your farm. 6tf C- E. Young, the barber, is among our new advertisers this week. Read his ad and perhaps you will find what you are looking for. The Philip Lumber Co., now have on hand all kinds of coal. L. B. Hartwick entertained a few friends Thursday evening at a evening being duplicate whist. Along about twelve o'clock, the host demonstrated his ability as a "cheff" by producing a corking good lunch from the recesses of the kitchen to which ample justice was done. Twelve cabinet photos first class work and mounted on heavy weight card mounts for one dollar at the High Studio. The postponed number of the Lecture Course has been arranged for Wednesday night, December 20th, when Denton C. Crowl will deliver his reproduction of the threat Sam Jones lectures. Mr. Crowl is among the top-notchers on the lecture course and those who attend are assured of an even log of delightful entertainment. FOR RENT— Merrigan place on Bad river. Edw. A. Lins. tf Robert Riley returned last week Thursday from a business visit at Kedtield. John O'Connell and wife, of Powell, were visitors in Philip last week Friday. Cloudy or stormy weather does not interfere with taking tirstclass photographs. All work fully guran- teed at the High Studio. George Steffen and George Michael, of Marietta, left the lat ter part of last week with their stock for White River where they expect to winter them. Guy Newman, who lives south west of town, is building an addi tion on to his house and when completed will make him and his family a very comfortable home. See the Bielski Farm Loan Co., cf Philip, for a loan on your farm. 19tf During the past couple of weeks the mild moonlight nights have been ideal for evening skating parties and most of the young peo ple in Philip have been taking ad vantage of the opportunity afford ed. Mrs. Edna Griffiths, of Wayne, Nebraska, is spending a few days visiting with her friend, Miss Merle Urton and other acquaint ances in Philip. Those who have arranged with Mrs. Christiansen for weaving are urgently requested to bring in their rags at once. She is now ready to fill all orders but expects to leave Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Godfried Picker, of Pupree, were visitors in Philip Monday. Mr Picker has rented l»is hotel in Dupree for the winter and expects to spend some time in this vicinity visiting. Bring me your produce, eggs 30 cents butter 25 cents. L. B. Hartwick. While getting some coal at the Philip Lumber Co., Nels Mors narrowly averted a serious acci dent Monday afternoon. His team started to run while he was stand ing on the ground holding to the lines and had it not been for his grit and determination they would have got away. As it was, he was dragged as far west as the Methodist church before he could stop them, but Nels kept his grip on the reins and soon had them under control with no damage done to himself or the horses. Carl Knuth was in from Big Buffalo township, southwest of Philip, last week Saturday and made this office a pleasant call. He says the chairman of that township has had a dam built on his broth er's place, through manipulation of the township affairs, costing in the neighborhood of 11,000, which should have been built on the public highway. From Mr. Knuth's statement, it looks as though the township chairman has misappropriated the labor and used the same for his own personal gain. The citizens of that part oi! the county are justly indignant over the affair. About forty of the Odd Fellows of Philip and vicinity, with their families, congregated at their new hall on the second floor of the Rood building Friday night, and spent the evening in having a good social time. The amusement of the evening was progressiye whist and Frank Slocum carried away the prize for making the highest score, which was an angel food cake given by the proprietors of the Northwestern hotel, Misses Lindsny & Orr. Otto Schultz cap tured the booby priz). About eleven o'clock, supper was served, consisting of oysters, with the necessary trimmings, included various kinds of cake kindly fur nished by the Rebekah lodge. J. H. Lamb, a brother of C. A. Lamb, demonstrated his ability as cook in preparing the oysters, and was warmly complimented by the guests. The committee wishes to thank Mr. Lamb for his services and also those who lent their aid in making the evening's entertain ment a success. 1 Russell Phillips is down from Meade county. Mrs. Fay Swisher, of Powell, was a visitor with friends in Philip Monday. Charles H. Zeman returned from Cedar Rapids the latter part of last week Mrs. E. J. Durkee left Friday morning for a visit at the home of her parents at Plaintield, Iowa. Big bargains in sheep skin lined coats. At Hartwick's A. Seltz, of Wellsburg, left the latter part of last week for White River where he expects to spend Q.ran(j the winter. Jud Robinson shipped his Reo car from Woodburn, Oregon, to Philip, it arriving the early part of last week It was immediately unloaded and Jud is now giving his Philip friends a chance to judge of his ability as a chauffer. The car is a 1911 model, carries live passengers and is thoroughly up-to-date in every respect. Until Christmas, or while they last, I will give with every piece or set of hand painted china, one hand painted cup and saucer free. C. M. Sageser. Kadoka Press: J. T. Dot.v re ceived the pump and engine Mon day which will be used for the ir-, rigating of his farm, west of here horse power engine. The outlit pie and is certainly a good one. A jolly crowd of Philip people surprised Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Walden Saturday evening at their new home south of town. Cards, music and dancing were the enter tainments of the evening. An oyster supper was one of the fea tures. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Kumm Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schwartz Mr and Mrs. Frank Rood Mr. and Mrs. Jas- Coughlin Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Edwards Mr. and Mrs. W. Schlekau Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Walden Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ring Mr. and Mrs. II. Walden Mrs. M. Hague Miss Grace Wal den and Miss Ramona Schalch. 5 and 10c Store Headquarters for all Kinds of Xmas Goods Dolls and Toys Penny Post Cards MRS. M. I. DIEHL turned out by the Dempster peo-1 mas candy. Contest is open to all. Sale begins promptly at 7:30 p.m. Each person present will be allow ed to help decide who is to becan- Call and see them, Thpre wi„ ft at the 0pera enjngp anfj house tomorrow ev- niusic will be furnished by the Jud Pepper orchestra. You all know what kind of a time to expect when ,Jud furnishes the vSti mulator. Carson Williams received word Wednesday evening from his wife at Derry, N informing him of the death of her mother. Her many friends in Philip extend sin cere sympathy in the hour of great sorrow. The pump throws a four inch Christmas Candy sale and can stream and will handle enough I dy making contest at the Method water to irrigate tffty-seven acres.' ist church, Friday evening Dec. The pump will be run by a Among the new social organiza tions of Philip is the Priscilla Em broidery Club which met for the first time at the home of Mrs. Oscar Hargesheimer Thursday af ternoon. About ten of the mem- ers were Present* six j-2nd, is 1911. Come everybody and get some good wholesome Christ" dy Queen. Under direction of „he Epworth League. Electric Bitters Xmas Gift Suggestions You are invited to inspect our well select* ed and complete holiday line of Toilet Sets, Hand Bags, China, Fountain Pens, Post Card Albums, Candies, Dolls and Toys, in fact suitable presents for every one, at prices to suit your pocketbook* Pioneer Pharmacy FRANK G. SCHWARTZ, PROf. Made A New Man Of Him. "1 was suffering from pain in my stomach, head and back," writes H. T. Alston, Raleigh, N C., "and my liver and kidneys did not work right, but four bottles of Electric Bitten uia le mo feel like a Dew man." PRICE C0CTS. AT ALL DRUG STORES. China at 20 per cent discount until January it. LET US FIGURE YOUR BILL We know we can save you money. We Guarantee both our PRICES AND QUALITY of Lumber. Ail we ask is a chance to show you that what we claim is true Chas. A. Knudson, Mgr.