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The Bad River news. [volume] (Philip, Stanley County, S.D.) 19??-1912, February 15, 1912, Image 8

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At the regular meeting of the
^hilip Camp of the M. W. A.
.Monday night, George Odegaar
Jjfen.of Hilland was taken in as a
«n ember and initiated in the mys-
P' teries of woodcraft.
Dr. D. C. Bond, the well known
Ifipeeialist of Mitchell, 8. D-, will
%e st Philip hotel, Saturday, Feb
ruary 17th. Eyes carefully ex
amined. Glasses made that will
§t. Special attention to headaches
tnd nervousness. 47-49
City News and Personal Items
fopple Coming and Going, Notes of Improve
fmenti, Social Doings and Items of Gen
Interest to the Public
Biff masquerade at the Grand
opera house Friday, February 16th.
Township Warrant books for
sale at the Bad News office.
W. M. Crowser and wife, of Ash
creek left Wednesday morain? for
Wasta for a brief visit.
F. C. Huss was here from Rap
id City Saturday looking after
business matters*
Mrs Myra HagrnR #tnrtifcd from
Los Angles, California, Monday
Dight wnere she has been visiting
for the past three weeks.
L. H. Jennings, of Deadwood,
deputy internaal revenue col
lector. was a business visitor in
Philip Friday.
South Dakota's best daily paper,
Ihe Agrus-Leader, and the Bad
River News, both for one year
13.50. Subscribe
Mr. Nicholas Freres, of Milos
•ille, departed Sunday night for
point* in Nebraska, where she will
spend several weeks visiting with
friends and relatives
With every can of
We will give
FREE a good
tooth brush. All
Drug Store
This Month Only
George E. Robertson, of Fort
JPierre, was here Monday looking
§fter the business of the Robert
|Kn Lumber Co., of this city, of
#hich firm he is a member.
The Bank of Philip is prepared
to make farm loans on most reason
able terms yet offered. See them
frefore getting tosp oa jour
farm. 6tf
C. B. Smith writes from Des
lioines, Iowa, the three sweetest
words in the English language,
"(enclosed find check,) for sub
QcriptioQ to your valuable paper.
Always glsd to receive the same".
Thanks brother.
A- J. Wray left Monday night
lor Booker where he will close up
a tract
for a stock
merchandise Mr. Wray
to Hooker
MMBBUiwlS,!... 'I'Sli in'miTi
Anyone in need of clothing ap
ply to Mrs. H. J. Ince.
Miss Florence Johnson went to
Midland Wednesday for a brief
visit with friends.
WANTED—To buy, a pair of
mules, weight about 1,000 lbs.
each. Must be cheap for cash.
Inquire at this office.
The big hit of the season will be
the masquerade ball at the Grand
opera house, Friday night, Feb
ruary 16th.
Charles Zeman departed Wednes
day night for Des Moines, Iowa,
where he will spend several days
on business.
Coming to town, Uncle Joshua
Higgins with "Folks" from Ver
mot," Rosie Posie is also with
them. At the Opera House on
Feb. 26th.
H. A. Bridgeman and wife, who
have been visiting with Mrs. Clara
Searles, near Philip, returned to
their home at Underwood Wednes
day morning.
The Presbyterian ladies will be
gin serving supper at 5:30 o'clock,
Thursday, Feb. 89, at Mrs. Earl
A card received from Frank
Arens requests us to change the
address of his paper .from Los
Angeles, California, to Mankato,
Fred Seltemefr shipped out a car
of stock and machinery Friday
from Fort Pierre and is getting
settled on a farm which he recent
ly purchased near Ashcreek.
Mrs. J. W. Lucas and daughter
Waneta, arrived Sunday night
From I 'eadwood and will make
their home in Philip with Rev.
Lucas and the rest of the family.
They are now comfortably settled
in the Methodist parsonage.
Pay your city taxes at the
First State Bank. They have
a complete tax list for the
City of Philip,
The Ladies Aid of the Metho
dist church met with Mrs. E. F.
Walden last Friday afternoon at
her home south of town and spent
a very pleasant time with their
hostess, The house was decorated
with hearts snd symbols of Valen
tine day and the refreshments
which were served were suggestive
in many ways of the 14th day of
February. The occasion is one
which will be long remembered by
the guests who were present.
A Hearty Valentine Party given
by the Rebekak's at the Odd
Fellows ball Wednesday night was
one of tbe pleasant social events
of the week. A good crowd were
in attendance, sixteen tables being
required to seat the players.
Miss Nellie Lindsay and Mrs. E.
M. Larson tied for the high score,
the latter securing tbe prize by
cutting the high card. Miss Mae
Klar had tbe low score and got the
booby.prise. After an enjoyable
sapp# iancing was indulged in by
UUny Wb© were present. The
Mies of the Bsbekah's have reason
to feel that the event was success-
to eytry way.
:m.. niiiifi i
Matched lean
sorrel geldines
free. light
M* same
View 8.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mortensen
left the first of the week for Sioux
City, where they will spend a few
weeks visiting with friend and re
Mrs. C. R, McLane and Mice,
Miss Ethel Spees went to Ft. Pierre
Tuesday night where they will
spend the week visiting with friends
and attend the Annual Masonic
Ball Friday evening.
The First State Bank has
a complete tax list for the
City of Philip. Pay your city
taxes there.
The sweet pastoral life of a New
England farmer was splendidly
portrayed in the four act rural
production "Folks From Ver
mont" at the Grand Opera honse
Monday 29th 1912.
Friends of Mrs. Oast and
daughter, Bern ice, received word
from them recently to the effect
that they expected to return to
Philip to live, as Miss Gust's
health has been very poor since
they moved out to the coast.
A number of farmers assembled
at W ill R. Walpole's office yester
day and decided to send L. C. Keck
to the eastern part of the state to
contract for seed grain for farm
ers in this vicinity (for cash)parties
wishing to avail themselves of this
opportunity call at Walpole &
Kelly's office not later than next
week so as to get seed here before
March 1st.
Frank Kertzman and wife re
turned wednesday morning from
Kramer, N. D., where Mr. Kertz
man has been working during the
winter. iThey went out to their
farm near Grindstone aud will be
giu work at once to get things in
operation for farming for the com
ing season.
Pete Ulrey was a visitor in
Rapid City Saturday where he at
tended the funeral of James Boyd,
one of the old timers of this section
of the country and a prominent
South Dakota attorney. Mr. and
Mrs H. McMahon, of this city
were also in attendance at the
funeral of Mr. Boyd who was a
very intimate acquaintance of Mr.
Quite a little excitement was
caused yesterday afternoon by a
horse belonging to Emel Groth
falling in the ditch of the mains
near the Marietta feed barn. Mr.
Groth's son had hitched up the
horse and while turning around
the equine stepped onto the soft
unpacked dirt and went down and
was unable to get out without
assistance. Ready hands helped
to rescue the horse which was
pulled out without injury. There
are several dangerous places where
the ditch was dug on Pine and
Center streets and farmers and
drivers should exercise care when
near it
The Presdyterian Ladies' Aid
will serve a George Washington
supper on Thursday evening, Feb.
22, at the home of Mrs Earl Dur
kee. Admission 2$ cents. All are
cordially invited*
Miss Edna KeTfyentertained the
Whist Club at the home of her
parents Mr. and Mrs. William
Kelly on East Pine street Wednes
day evening, spout twenty five
being present to participate in
the evening's amusement. Pro
gressive whist was the game of
evening and six tables were
played, Miss Carrie Quigg winn
ing the prize for the highest score
and Mrs. Harrold Walden award
ed the consolation prize. Along
|oward the midnight hour a very
delightful luncheon was served by
the hostess after which the guest
dsp^rted lor their several homes
wlkhfthe. memory of a ttost plea-
a \J
Wednesday afternoon at Lead,
occurred the ceremony uniting in
marriage the lives of Miss Clara
Hopkins, of Plain view, Meade
county, and Jack F. Flanmgan,
of Bridger, Bishop Busch con
ducting the services which made
them mankind wife. The happy
couple arrived in Philp today and
expect to go out to Bridger, near
which point they will be at home
to their friends. The News ex
tends congratulations and best
wishes for a happy, contented and
prosperous married life.
1 am persuaded by a great many
Republicans of Stanley county to
become a candidate for represen
tative in the next Legislature,
subject to the decision of the vote
rs at the Republician primary, to
be held June 4th, 1912.
J. C. Lavery
Warrants of all kinds at Secur
ity Banking & Trust Co. 31tf
Deafness Cannot be Cured
by local applications, as they can
not reach the disease portions of
the ear. There is only one way to
cure deafness and that is by con
stitutional remedies. Deafness is
caused by an inflamed condition of
the mucous lining of the Eusta
chian Tube. When this tube is
inflamed you have a rumbling
sound or imperfect hearing, and
when it is entirely closed, Deaf
ness is the result, and unless the
inflamation can be taken out and
this tube restored to its normal
condition, hearing will be destroy
ed forever nine cases out of ten
are caused by Catarrh, which is
nothing but an inflamed condition
of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dol
lars for any case of deafness
(caused by catarrh) that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Send for circulars, free. F. J.
Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. 8old
by all druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for
Local Time Table
Arrives Leaves
No. 514-T 11:26 p. m. 11:26 p. m.
No. 42* 12:26 p. m. 1:10 p. m.
Arrives Leaves
No. 508-T 5:30 a. m. 5:30 a. m.
No. 41* 11:00 a. m. 12:25 p. m.
Daily except Sunday*
No. 503 & 514 Chicago-Deadwood
No. 504 & 501 Mpls.-Deadwood.
Harness Shop i
I have opened up a
shop in die Dupree build
ing on Center street and
invite you to call when in
need of repairing. 18 yra.
experience. All work
A Clock that Runt
i Clarence M. Sageser
Smok'em! Smok'em!
Saves time, labor and money injj
preserving and smoking meats of
all kinds. A trial will convince you::
than an excellent smoky flavor is::
••imparted making the meat more::
palatable and wholesome.
at the
Pioneer Pharmacy
Let Us Take Care of Your
Valuable Papers
We have safe deposit boxes for rent in our absolute
Are proof vaults. A box 4^x12 inches, of sufficient
size to hold a large number of papers and documents
may be rented for $1.50 a year.
You carry the keys and our vaults afford the best
of protection. We will be pleased to explain the plan
more fully.
I Am Amtriamm lAfkMng
Good agents wanted in every town
ftwlm is Jut my
•MM it IS TO MAC A door «r (TMM wagon I
tola Ulu km at car factory, aad ymm can in
plaatlaaa kear'a tiase
avur wv.
E. Young, The Barber
Is looking for you and you will be looking
lor him when you want a good shave or nif
ty hair-cut He is also agent for the
i: Chicago Tailoring Company ii
r' And Lamm & Co, Tailor, i
fit, workmanship and
faction on every suit ordered of him.
I Oeenmf aad Pressing Opp. N. W. Hotel
MXI-MM MI I I I I I I I i I I I n i i I I n i I
to Install In root
wheal. Wo ftt i he
inatail a moderately
4 Wa make plaata to At the amalleat residence as well aa the largest
aa* the small plaata are juat aa wall made and juat as uily »a
teed aa tbe vary largest plants we make.
Amerfaaw Lighting SytUm*
have boen oa the market far nea-l»
aeventeee yean. and are guaranteed „fe, serviceable and satuta»
tory la erery way.
There ia aothins complicated or puxzling about three lahtlna
Systems, and they are thoroughly reli i at all times You will u...
operating a little lUrhtir* plant of your own and ta
addition you will have the aatisfaction of knowing li. a »uu are «.t.
tin* the very beat li*ht there ia. and th" most economical.
•I Each American Lamp arivea 40U candle-power at a co.it of k«i
one-half eent per hour Oyer one hundred styles of beautiful Ma
tures to select from.
4 Drop a postal card today for our bis i
juat Issued. It'a FREE. Addraaa
Gas Machine
N. D.. and Biaghaiataa. N.
Agents: F. S. Rowe & Co. Fort Pierre
Johnson Bros. Interior
Dftrimodv & Davidson Midland
Church a Lamb, Philip
t. Mnuus
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