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THE PIONEER-REVIEW
A weekly newspaper pub
lished every Thursday afternoon
At its office on North Center St.,
m\ip. South Dakota.
jSntered as second class matter
G& August 2, 1907, at the postoffice
at Philip, S. D., under the A of
Cogress of arch 3, 1879.
CARLSON & GUFF, Publi
J. B.
GOFF, Editor
& A. CARLSON, Business Mgr.
ADVERTISING WESTERN
SOUTH DAKOTA
A
month or so ago we wrote a
paragraph contrasting the advan
tages of Western South Dakota
with the rent-paying disadvantage
of Iowa and other eastern states.
Somebody added a paragraph to it
and reprinted it. Then another
friend made a furthered addition
and sent the article on its way
again. Now it comes back to us
through the Murdo Coyote which
adds a comment of its own. The
thing has become quite a sermon
now on the value of advertising.
Though we hardly recognize it
longer as any child of ours, we re
print the entire article as it ap
pears in last week's Coyolo:
"Here is the way one west-river
newspaper writer sizes the situa
tion up as regards the publicity
features of this section of the
state and it is so full of truth that
we heartily agree with the writer
of the fololwing. We are at a loss
as to who to credit for the article
as it appears to have been written
by a Haakon county writer yet
this paper clips it from a paper
in another county. If we were giv
en one guess as to the author we
would say it was from the Philip
Pioneer-Review, but in case it is
not we do not wish th real author
to take offense, as it is always our
habit to give credit where credit
is due. The article follows and is
commended to you attention:"
"Some of our friends the coun
try imagine that they are hard up
and just about facing ruin. They
should take a little trip trough
Iowa and Illinois these days where
farmers have been j.oying rent of
II,
»oo
I HAVE BUYERS bVK
CITY PROPERTY
BUYS
y *00
while we hear of some fellow
A. Lins
AND SELLS
FARMS and STOCK RANCHES
List Your Property No
has gone flat broke trying to
astern farm rents,»and we won-!
der why they don't load up Nancy
land that beck"
ion't they come
"You wonder \. I.-, V.
not settling iu-
in his lttle office waiting i. catch
the man who passes his o in
search of a home. Those "are the
methods of the spider. But the
spider-never gets anywhere.
"The west of the river country la
just as desirabu I o r:
Does Your Money Help
Your Community?
You who demand better streets, better
sidewalks, better police and fire proteo
tion—are you doing your part towards
such improvement? Not if you send
money out of town—money that would
have
just as
TRADE
AT HOME
much buying power
at home.
Every nickel you send away makes
your community so much poorer, for
the people who receive it do not re
invest it here. That money goes for
the development
of another coGfr
munity or city.
Patronize our home
merchants whenever
possible and you will
do one of your fore
most dutjes
to your
community.
V v
twenty dolalrs per acre and buying i and stock-raising purposes as any
land at five hundred per acre, and other i state. But the
be satisfied with their lot in West- worh
ern South Dakota. Every li*'1"
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and the kids and come to Haa
county, South Dakota, where
can bti v i farm for a sma
payment than they have
ach year for rent, and will
-tail be independent. Thi Tuest
"ti
,!.
er did from th
vvest of the river. s u
leason why thi i
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1
ural conditions warr.or. s the i
ter lack of publicity
i
rtairi :o
te rests in the easteren aro souin
ern portions of this state spread
propaganda condemnatory to the
west river country and no effort
has~ever been made to counteract
it."
"This cri ion h:i o I
rather dry years bt o
more so than eastern I
portions of South Dakot
much. As a boy on an II1 ir
we recall solicitors traveling mm
that state begging contributions
from farmers to "keep those far
mers! in South Dakota from st
ing to death." If one was not
clined to give cash grain
ceptable. The farmers in i.
*ion west of the river ha, u-ver I
found it necessary to call any /FEATURE ANNOUNCED LATER
section of the United Stares for
aid. They have gone trough lean
years but always weathered
shortage without Ma 0
cry to feed them.
"If the real estate men throug
out the west of the river country
would combine into an organiza
tion and spend a few thousand dol
lars each year advertisin the
splendid opportunities op here
to the man with red blood in his
veins and a few dollars in his pock
et the influx of settlors would
more than doub'
"As it is, each of
o
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V
k-.
k
o
state. But the
it. The man
•:.oi.id iiow
IMENCEMENT ERCISES
loastmai
members
'•"^""•"ment
commencement
uring the week
On that
to address
!n
Monday and
the class play.
ill be given by
e class. The
egram will be
Friday evening, May 20.
Theatre has been se
i i w i
GEM THE\TRE
—PROGRAM-
Md
Saturday, t\
VIOLA DANA
—in
THE WILLOW TREE*
Comedy Every Niaht
Sunday Mav Hth
BRYANT WASHBURN
in—
'MRS TEMPLE'S TELEGRAM'
Good Comedy
and TlK,sdAv, M„v
!'n.'
v
i n
juat
v
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ural
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Thurs. May
GLADYS WALTON
—in—
\LL DOLLED UP'
omedy Every Night
f'our.hy. Ma- i".
i:.y• A\Nir\cr.D
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I.AI'
«^»eee's®®!sea®
MARIETTA NEWS
Yen-
-Icy has been
with pneumonia and flu. Her
mother was out from Cottonwood
to see her.
The boj
a
ho •. i
!y
baskets got greatly l.-ft ih n
ing of May first.
We advise the May basket visi
tors to come earlier so as not to
arouse those who have a cough.
The Sunday School at the Mar
ietta Consolidated school house is
gaining rapidly in attendance.
The Ladies Club will meet Sat
urday, Mav 7th. Those who like
sport had better attend.
Y
There has been several oil meet
ings at Britton's lately to talk
about the oil proposition.
Those interested iji seoin^ the
fifteen acres drop north of Chey
enne river had better see it before
it fills up with crude oil.
Steve Beaton while on his
way
N. LEI:DOM APPOINTED
HIGHWAY COMMISSIONER
iv-onor McMaster this week
ointed C. N. Leedom of Kadoka
i member of the state highway
commission. This appointement
was made in accordance with
law passed by the last session
i he legislature which provides
another member of that body.
Mr. Leedom has many friends
ilaakon county, and in fact the
re west river country, who will
tdeased with his appointment,
ring the past ten years he has
ducted sales in this an the ad
I joining counties and is one of the
host known men in the section.
We believe the appointment is
ise one and the Mr. Leedom
prove^ a valuable member of
(•omission.
GOSSIP AND GLEANINGS
n April 25th, the supreme
rt heard the argurhents on the
brought by the attorney gen
to prohibit moving pictures
Sunday. It is expected that an
lion will be handed down in a
k. Here's guessing that the
i v. il lhold that moving pic
shows on Sunday are unlaw-j the president of th
We don't know much about| and Mrs. T. J. McGi
law, but we are slightly ae-1 is the secretary.
ited with the meipbers of our -~==r=:==========z
re me court.
oOo
ight thousand women storm
Portland department store en
promise ofOsilk stockings i
•ents a pair. Over one hundri I
ited in the j&m the windov
the store were smashed ai
y policemen were pmwerless
v the mob. More than a dozen
nen were taken to the hospital
ore the riot qynelled. This i
of the terrible results of a
°0°
1
yp.ir there were 15,07(5 1 irfh
il marriages, and 687 divorce
South Dakota, and 896 alien
lared their intention of becorn-
United States citizens, while
took out their final citizenship
•ers.
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Tcrsumvorence/' said the
to Philip shot a coyote. His dog:
i back tracked the coyote which led
ito'a coyote den and on digging! Many of the strrrounding town?
he found some cubs and was well are planning an observance of
pleased with the result. 'Memorial Day. In most instanee
Limit of Cil lt Thirty Days
i s e a n s
color-
{treaeher, "I propose to di
rse under three heads. Fustly
-grab hold nextly—hang on and
conclusively—nebber let go."
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And the Lord spake unto Mose
saying, Speak unto the children
of Israel, saying, verily my Sa*
bath ye shall keep for it is a-si^n
between me and you throughout
your generations that ye i
know that I am the Lord th n
doth sanctify you. Exodus XXXI
12 and 13.
Salesman
High grade salesman to sell na
tionally advertised gasoline pump
and oil tanks to garages, stores,
factories, etc. Prospects furnish
ed. Atractive commission contract
with permanent future. Milwau
kee Tank Works, Milwaukee,
Wis.
OUR NEI§|I3pRS
Pierre plans having a big Four
th of July celebration as well as
Philip. If the Sunday Blue law^
can be side-stepped a bit, the pro
gram will begin with a ball gayu
on Ihe Third.
oOo
Ptt?t!ier progress on the state
cement plant at Rapid City is held
up pending a sale of the two mil- I
lion dollar bond issue with which
the plant is to b& constructed. The
sledding is not altogether easy in
that connection.
oOo
When your account has run
Thirty Days you w ll not he
allowed any more credit un
til samef is paid.
City Meat Market
lit
the program is in the hards of the
members of the Amei I
as it is here in Philip
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All Kl.nji. Hills i'oi.iii
fishing poor thus far this sprii
The weather has been entirely 1
frosty for ifood fishiru \it.
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Pierre Lodge at Hiseera, thirteen
miles up the creek from Rapid
City, will be opened this year
June 1st, earlier than for seve
vears past. Some improvements obor.
have been made on the property.! The Stat
mostly owned by Pierr^ mo-ton D.
a prosperous season is- •,m•:
OOO
The Old Settler's Association
Old Stanley couney, now comp:.
ing the counties i
kon and Jackson, hold their
regular annual mectins and picnic,
•it Midland this year, Junf 25th.
The association has boon holding
annual meetings now for ton years
past, and its meetings has come
to be the big affair of the year,
overshadowing in comparison mere
county fairs, quiltinp i
meetings and the 1 ik-
yc:\r.
ard this
Just begin pla
ing now te George Phil ir
-soeia*
e of Phili
Blackberries
Cherries
Raspberries
A?'.-
tlieet
11
Timers do have n eat .r-l
they expect to b- o to th
1
This includes the $9.00, $10.00 and $11
Dress shoes, also the Heavy inch $10.00
and $11.00 Lace Boot.
GROCERIES
Prunes, Santa Clara 60-70
Prunes, Oregons, 30-40 .18c
5 lb and 2 lb pkg Fancy peeled
Peaches
$1.25 & .50c
Dried Apples, per lb
,20c
Currants, Seedless and Seeded
Raisins, 15 oz packages
Peaches
Ch erries, black, white, Royal Am
No. 21 Cans. .40C
Egg Plums, Green Gage Plums,
Grapes, Armours Veribest Apri
cots and Peaches
Strawberries
Gooseberries
All in Syrup, no water packed Stock
GALLON CANNED GOODS
Mikabo, bulk unground a blend
Cut,
Maricabo and Santox, $er lb ....
White House, Harrington Hall
Butter Nut and Black Hills Steel
per
lb
"-A
1
1''V-- i -patches fetate that Pn i
i Harding is willing and an
to attend the third annual
lational covention of the Ameri
an Legion at Kansas City, in Oct-
department at Wash
C. has forwarded the
tjon of the American Legion
famous French Generalissimo
-Marshall Foch—to attend the an
uial convention at Kansas City.
Stanley, Haa- He ha^« expressed a keen desire to
with tho for-mei* serviec men.
The rtmcnt of stato is con_
««nd,,iK
I
a special ship to
e nduct Marshall Foch
ited S+ntos.
I.- oamber of ('xnemrce of
1y has pledged $100,000
itertainment of the Le
i uon.
oOo
'covering more rap-
11n
Ladies Black Vici Kid, low heel
plain toe, comfortable old ladies
Shoe per pair
Ladies Black Vici Kid, an up to
date style, medium low heel ....
Brown, same as above
Ladies Brown Kid, lace, military
•heel,
Ladies Black Finest
French heel
K i
Misses ard Ladies Oxfords if
Men's Elk Outing Shoe t.. S!5.?5
Youth's Elk Outing Shoe S2.75
Little Gent's Elk Outing Shoe.... Si.75
Men's Dress Shoes $5.00 to X7.50
war than any other
counl i e the fact she suf
.u .1. Iowa Legioniarre.
$4.25
$5.00
$5.00
$7.bo
lace,
$8.r»o
.00 to $0 50
.15c
,35c
,40c
.30c
.35c"
$1.25
4.
Apples .(5
Reaches $ .90
COFFEE
Peaberry, unground, per pound..
Peaberry,
10
poiHid lots,
Peaberry, 1 pound pkg ground..
$1.35
$1.50
$1.50
.25C
$2.25
.25c
of
OVERALLS
Men's 220 Blue Denim Overall*,
jwaist
and bib,
per pa'ir
H. A. KUMM
THE PEOPLE'S STORK-
39c
•45c
$1.50
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