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.MER'S LIVERY
BANK OF PHILIP
Paid-Up Capital $17,500
We will loan you money on good security, pay you in
terest on time deposits, and pay your taxes if you will
give us a description of your property.
Hardware Co.
IRA A. MILLER, Prop.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Hardware, impfements, Veh.olss and
We Peal in Stanley Co. Lands
land
Jjpsinesa. List
sale with us. Contests conducted before the
commissioner
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Home Office: Pierre, S. D.
you wuaat to sell you land list it with us.
Address all matters to
Arthur L. Runyan, Pierre
Hello Boys
If ymi want a
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Your Patronage Solicited
Philip, South Dakota
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Mrs. U. 0. BENSON
"The Milliner"
New Goods Bottom Prices Fall Hats
Winter Hats Felt Hate Velvet lUts
Mover beforehas it been o'ur pleasure to show so many beautiful fJ
styles and material, and I know that if you will favor me with a call,
will thoroughly enjoy looking thru the line of ^has. A. Stevens
ANDERSON MICHAEL, CASH.
e. walpen, ass't cash.
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Warner Land and Abstract So.
IS A Tvy
To Sell Your Farms and Ranches
To Sell Your Relinquishments
Tcr make Correct Abstracts
OF STANLEYCOUNTY LANDS
Kachloei|
Philip, -We know of plenty of
good homesteads—good soilvgood water at from
20 to
25 feet—that
can
be got
cheap.
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Restaurant when ill Philip. Meals served
up-to-date and every thing neat and clean.
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R. R. Time Table
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Mi E. PHILLIPS, Agt., Philip,.S. B.
Taking effect- Sunday, Get, 13, 1907.
DAILY EXOEl'T SUNDAY
Mountain
Time
41 i Wy
Pr^iff'tyPksst.
4. W\*. X.
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8.10
10.15
5.00
1.50
5.25
P. M.
P.JL
Going East
504 I 42
STAIIONS
6.00
1.40
3.3t
Pans. Frei
#r't
P. SI. 1 P. M.
Fort Pierre
3.10
7.05
..Midland..
3.4
4.10
4.39
1.16
4.20
.. Nowltn..
10.50
11.20*
I2.00t|
12.50
12.59
}.5o
..Wokama..
12.36
2.40
.ntup.
2.10
Cottonwood
11.26
12.50
..Quinn...
6.30
11.00
8.00
11.30
Rapid City
8.30
6.O0
A.M.
•Arriving time.
tJLeavinK time.
A.M.
The Pierre Jewelers
Wimer 0. Nelson & Go.
•Gfiti S«ll yo« any Grade of
•«(Sr'
W A E S
(lK«per than you can scni
awav for them" and
U A A N E E
Satisfaction on all goods sold
Watch Inspectors of the Chica
go & Northwestern l?y,
Atlas Lumber Go.
Seil •dimension lumber, lath
shingles and all kinds of
building material.
We have large sheds in which
our material is stored, and
kept in good condition,
Call on us.
Drs. Brown & Sliirn
Rapid City Dentists
Dr. Shinn will be at the hotel, Philip
Nov. 9 to 11, and at Cottonwood Nov.
12 to 14.
John Shoemaker
Veterinary, Sorpaa
Grindstone,
Formerly of Lead City.
S. D.
New Barber Shop!
BAv* epened a lmrbtf shop
first door east of utf's Hotel,
and solicit a share of your
patronage.
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G. B. Newman
We were lorn to print.
The Review for foxy printing.
Conveyancing blanks at the Review
office.
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The Review waste correspondents
at every point tributary to Philip.
Write this ottice for further particu
larly
i Notrt»
A building site having been obtain
ed for the Presbyterian :hurch, ail
unpaid subscriptions are now duo and
payable to^E. F. Walden at the Bank
of Philip. N. H. Wvckofl, chairman
building committee,
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Smith News
Tred
Ewing left for Chicago Satur­
day on a short, btfoi ness rip. 1
W. L. Long and Geo. A. Airej wefe,
in Philip on business Monday.
Jerry Sanders^, Mexkan creek
ranchman. ma?te a trip to Philip Mon
day for supplies.
Bay Smith, of Mexican creek, visit
ed friends at Old Trail the later part
of last week.
Wm. Keene left Saturday for Towa,
where he expects to buy a carload ol
dairy cows to add to his herd.
Mrs. E. C. Shipp has been planting
some trees on her claim in section 28
3-20, during the pnst few days.
Miss .Maud Meyenfeldt, of Grinds
stone, spent Thursday and Friday of
last week visiting in this neighbor
hood.
D. H. Airey and wife and Mr. Gan
der Ltmde. wet* sthortt those lit this
vicinity who £aid Philip a visit Mon
day.
Charles A. Airey attended the
dance at Grindstone Friday night of
last week, and is sending several
days visiting friends in that vicinity.
j, M. Smith, of Old Trail, accom
panied by hi? young son, Paul, made
a trip up into the Cheyenne country
last week for the purpose of buying a
bunch of hordes.
Peterson Bros., located northeast of
the postofflce, have recently complet
ed a large sheep shed at their place,
and have gone into the sheep busi
ness quite exter.sively.
Ryan Bros., lailroad contractor
who have home 4eads in section 18-2
21, expect their outfit in some time
this week, when they will go inio
winter quart? rs at rhat place.
M. O'Conner, located on section
2-20, has just completed a barn 18x^4
feet on his claim. He has also found
a good supply of water, going down
eighteen feet and getting eleven feet
of water.
W. Watren arid Fred Davis are
numbered among the delegation from
this vicinity who are taking advan
tage of the fine fall weather to get
out a supply of cedar posts liom the
Cheyenne brakes.
Mrs. A. E. Ladd, Mrs, E. C. Shlpp
and Miss Myrta Lyinan were cute 1
tained'at dinner Friday of .ast week
by Miss Hattie Bainum at li^Bie
r.opth of the postctttce.
of
Et. L. Ilosenberger,
colony, located on Medicine creek,
left Monday morning for a hunting
ilp of several days in the Cheyenne
brakes. He went out with Mr. Now
iin, wlto will bring
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the Chicago
a toaci" of
cedar.
J. Edwards, of Boyd county, ISTeb.,
spent several days of last week look
ing for a desirable homestead but did
not find one thatsuited him. He in
tends to return and purchase a relin
quishment aii
.soon
crops housed.
a.- he has Ids
F,lbi)ii Echoes
Si
on
\.Uy Ferguson lias Usui aw«-y
bab»ness.
Joiin Leach was at Philip tiiis week
after freight.
Bev. Beatty made Pfcrre shor^
visit this week.
Earnest Beatty was down to Philip
after coal this v.eek.
The stage driver certainly has his
troubles. We ail pity him, poor fel
low.
Mrs. W. O. Leach made a business
trip to Philip Wednesday. She re
turned Friday.
Mr. KerUrnan, of near Topbay,
brought out a four-horse load-of lum
ber from Philip Friday.
John V. Guntherp and Chas. Lau
renz were EiboniUs who todk in the
sights at Philip Wednesday.
Will Stumpfa, of. Milesvil^ was
seen in Elbon boui^cj fqr home, Fri
day, ftfter a few day's' recreation.
Koehler Brothers liave a nicg sod
barn on their claim. The boys are
certainly hustlers, even if they did
come from Milwaukee.
Advertised Jitters
•Atfist of letters remaining uncall
ed for in lie postoflice at Philip, S.
D., fop the week ending October 30,
1907.
C. M. Brurdy
C. J. Flo tiers
K. DeWard
Abe Oiidahl
A. Ondaiii
E. C. P.aMwiff
J. J. Gled.M»n
A. C. Ward
Wells & Son,
Mrs. Charles WaldiO
J{. Deualt
Melson Porters.
E. C. Kin^sley
E. L. Kelfe
E. V. Neut on
J. M. Senor
E. J. Snensdf
Hans Jperson
W. W. Benedict
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Birdie 11
a o k
J. A. Paiter
Mrs. Ole Olson Flanigas
Mrs. John II. Fetersonf
Mr. Ole O. Flagginn
Ole Flaginn
lagii
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S. T. Iksatty^
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Dealer
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Mr. Bedell made a business trip to
Monday and brought in a load
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J, A. B. Tweed
C. E.„.Morgan
J. N.^Loen
Joseph Larrel
Bridget Oleary
F. Fish
g. A. Britton
S. Perry Fenton
G. A. Patterson
P. Wells
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S3Sfi££t3fe:
lumber and Machinery
We handle tbe Minneapolis Plows, also Brown & Maule
Rock island Cnitivatur. W« ar^ prepared to furnish
ing material.' Submit your bills to us before building:
Shipment of Goioratio Coal on Hand
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of Furniture
•eeeivod at the firm of Aldricl
As Son. Come in an^l get that
piece of furniture that you havt
been waiting for so long.
Fhor Coverings
Everything in the shape of floor
coverings carpets, linoleums,
oil cloth, rugs, art squares.
Everything to make the home
comfortable and cozy for the
approaching winter.
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mid-
801TTH DAKOTA
estaurant
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Railroad Street, Opposite the Depot
Good Mea!s Prompt Service
Lunch Counter
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Northwestern Hotel and Bakery
Bread and All Kinds of Pastry constantly
on hand. We are prepared to do ths
Best Quality of Work In Bakery Goods
u- lass Accom mo&ations
All the Comforts of a Home
YOU It t'Ai'KO|*4WsMi RESPECTFULLY {Kl4GlTfSp
Lindsay & Orr, Philip, S. D.
liip- araingrove Stage
Time Table
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Wed.
Fri.
Lv. Philip
Smith
Elbon
Topbar
Ar. Hardingreve
Tues., ThuiK,
Sat,
7 .*00 a- m.
9:0(f
12:00 p.
3:00
6:00
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Hates from
Philip
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2:30
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$1.00
1.50
2.00
.150
12 (M) p. m.
9:00
7:00
1 »irect connections with points west of Topbar, to which rates are:
Welisburg and Marietta, $2.50: Ash Creek. $3 Pedro, $4.
charges for express and light freight.
tan rant, Philip,
^iack Hills Lumber
a. m.
We are putting in complete «toek of Lumber ftt mir
l^iilip Yards, including surfaced, and all kinds-of
planed lumber, sash, doors, windows, lath, shingles,
mouldings, and everything usually kept in a tirst-class
lumberyard. And while we are somewhat late in the .}'•
Miaon lr getting started, but by the superior quality
of our specialty BLACK HILLS LUMBER and a fair
treatment of the public on the lumber question, we
e*pect to merit and receive our share of the business.
Our yard manager is a well known contractor
and builder who will be plea.'?ed to help you your
bill. Come in and get acquainted while we are new.
Get a line on the quality and if you have any building
to-do, remember to give us and opportunity to show*
you our prices on anything in our line.
£&: KEITH, Manager
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Reasonable
Headquarters at Huff's Res
EARL BROOKS, Prop.
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