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The Review is classed by it's patrons as the best advertising medium west of the Missouri. If you must advertise, do so through the columns of this paper. v 3?** ir mi Iiirirtfutiiin I-irrT-nrfiiiiiif VOL. II] JliiKiSb agiHaMtiiiiyjii All American Prints at per yard All Fancy Prints at per yard All Light Calico at per yard AH Mira Percales at per yard Remember! Yours for Quality, Quantity and Low Prices H. B. Fislar & Robinson Bros. The New Real Estate Firm Are now prepared to handle REAL ESTATE and BUSINESS PROPERTY. If you want to sell FOR CASH, list with us, and we will prove to you our ability to make QUICK SALES. If you want to BUY, see us. We have some bar gains to show you. r*- -si 41 i If its„ Fine Candies and Bon Bons You Want Better Go To The Phileo 15 cany a complete lift* of Roach* Tisdale Co.'s famous chocolates and bon bons, both in bulk and boxes. A i o o o a e s s a n s o quality. Better investigate. J. RALPH LEE Subscribe! Do it Now! •ifc. New Goods! New Goods! A W I I A N S Just received! A large shipment of Dry Goods. The goods were bought at a very low figure, and will be offered at Groceries! Groceries We Have all the "Good Things to Eat." EXCHANGE 6LEANIN6S Hapiwnlnfrs in County and State— 4* Some Item* are rehaahed, aotne (IT an oredlt where credit is dae, and some are swiped bodily. Cottonwood's tend has purchased uniforms. Cottonwood is agitating the ques tion of Incorporating as a village. The "high dive" at Fort Pierre on the Fourth was a huge sell. Fort Pierre papers seem to differ In whether their Fourth of July cele bration was a grand success, or a farcial one. Presho has an artificial lake, fed from an artesian well, which will furnish pastime in many ways to the people of that vifcinity. The Eagle at Marietta has passed its first year of usefulness. May the coming year and those to follow be as successful as the tirst has been. The dryness at Fort Pierre has been broken by the consolidation of four saloons into two, and the dis pensers are again working- we won't say overtime. Miss Belle Grant and William Vaugtian, both of Milesville, on Tuesday of last week entered into a life partnership. They will make their home at Milesville. The Qulnn Courant suggests that appropriate punishment for a certain shack thief, providing he is caught, would be thirty days' hard labor on the highway during July and August dressed in a fur coat. Percy Dreblng met death in the reservoir at his claim twelve miles northwest of Hayes on Julv 4th. He went alone to the reservoir for a bath, and was ap parently seized with cramps. Presho has raised sufficient funds to prosecute the fight for the remov al of Lyman oounty's seat of govern ment from Oacoma to that city. The campaign committee has $10, 000 assured for the purpose of buying the county's court house now in use in case removals voted for. Editor A. Nor by, of the Hayes Homestead, was on Thursday, July 14th, united in marrage to Miss Martha Stoecker, a former claim holder near Ottumwa* at the home of the bride's parents in Guttenburg, Iowa. The "homestead" proposition has been good to this young couple who have the best wishes of a host of friends through the country who wish them their share and more of life's happiness and prosperity. The government has Anally got down so low In its estimation of the value of carriers over star mail routes in-this section that "tend erfeet" are now being Imported from neighboring states to take the con tracts. A man from southwestern Minnesota has been granted .« I Sri* 'hae1!, the •*. V ^4 4 •.. WFt?-' "S' %&z s J* PHILIP, STANLEY COUNTY, S. D.. FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1908. The Best Hosiery at The Best Ladies' Underwear The Best Children's. Underwear The Latest in Dress Goods at We carry the largest Stock of Shoes in the city and ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEE EVERY PAIR. N s s v Fer eon- tract on the mall route from Wjwta north, Into Meade county. "3, ,t J* lik. Bee R. M. Williams Governors of South Dakota y & *.' 'I NEHEMIAH ORDWAY—1880-1884. Nebemlab Q. Ordway, eighth territorial governor of Dakota, succeeded Acting Governor Hand In July, 1880. He was born at Warner, N. H., In 1H28 and served as sergeant at amis In the national bouse of representatives for twelve years. During General Ordwa.v's term as governor the Dakota "boom settlements" took place and mauy counties were organized. Many charges of corruption In the location of county seats and other matters in connection with the boom period were made against officials. Governor Ordway did not escape these charges, though nothing'culpalile was proved against him. His activity in securing the removal of the territorial capital to Bismarck made^liUn un popular in the southern half of the big territory. Governor Ordway invested largely In Dakota lands. He returned to Washington, but after the division of the territory and the admission of the two states he sought election to the United States senate from North Dakota without success. A Kadoka special says: Henry Nalting and Hugh Wiley, farmers living on adjoining claims seven miles east of this place, had a gun and pitchfork battle, which resulted somewhat disastrously to the former. The fued between the men was of long standing and pertained to a strip of land which both elaimed. They met on the strip and began cutting grass from it. Nalting got a gun from his wagon and went after Wiley, taking deliberate aim at about twenty-five paces. Wiley dodged be hind a hayrack and received only a portion of the discharge. Nalting attempted to draw fire again, but the shell stuck and Wiley secured a pitchfork and became the aggressor in the fight. He would doubtless have beaten Nalting quite badly had not neighbors appeared on the scene and stopped the hostilities. But one or two shots were found imbedded in Wiley's face when he came to town for surgical treatment. Nalting was later arrested and bound over to the grand jury. Sate One milch cow, gentle, good milker, good size, five years old one five year oid mare, weighs 1000 pounds, broke to wagon, with good spring colt one yearling mare colt, good stw. Cheap if taken now. E. L. Ktltk. .Ji. i? 4 &• Mr. and Mrs. Kelley Entertain Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kelley, north of town, gave a nice party Sunday, July 5th, to a few friends in honor of the arrival of their two daughters, the Misses Irene and Edna, the former having graduated from the commer cial college at Yankton and Madison Normal, and the later from the St. Paul Academy. When the guests arrived every thing was in readiness to sit down to' one of the finest dinners that has been our good fortune to ever partake of, prepared by Mrs. Kelley and her two oldest daughters, the Misses May and Laura. After the inner man had been satisfied, the four young ladies, all of whom are fine musicians, rendered many select pieces on the piano, violin and mandolin, which was enjoyed by all. Mr. and Mrs. Kelley deserve great credit for the pains they took in educating their family in the best colleges and under the care of the best musicians that money could pro cure. This popular family intend making Stanley county their future home. The young ladies are all efficient school teachers and will give good record of themselves whenever employed as teachers.—Contributed. "Lit Balmy print It. V Review wmtm 20c 25c 15 and 20c Cost J. Wonderful Change The Stock Growers News of Fort l'ierre. in a write-up of eastern Stanley county, has the following to xiy: The quarter section which Is not occupied and fenced is now the ex ception, and the man who still dreams cf Stanley county as a free range county, had better wake up and get in line before the cars come along next fall, for free range here will ^on be a thing of the past. That this change was bound to i'ome has been forseen by the think ing men of this county, but very few, ii any of them, ever dreamed that the settlement would come about in tlie time It has. We are now up against a condition, not a theory, The people are here and they will be I respected. For a lime we will see less cattle, I horses and sheep raised in Stanley i ouHty than formerly and more child ren, hogs and chickens. There will !o less range and more hay, there will be less hides shipped out in the spring, hut a great deal more cream and butter sold. There will be less caralls built, and more schoolhouses, lie young cow punchers have already broken their top saddle horses to ravel in harness, and many an old broken-down rope horse is doing his part in the work of tearing up the sod. Some predict that this change is1 only temporary that these people who are coming here now cannot make a living here. We have no doubt that many of them will go hack or move on, but there will tie others to take their places. Basing our opinion on a knowledge of the weather conditions here for ttie past eighteen years, we do not expect to see tho hard times which are predict ed come to pass. We do not look for anything like the hardships here that were experienced by the settlers of the eastern part of the state, for we have a sure thing in the dairy and poultry business witli a market that is never failing. We would say to those old timers who have not already done so: Get in line and take the lead In tlie new order of things. You can make more money turn with the same investment and labor, and witli less danger and.worry than you could a few years ago and the increase in the value of your land will more than compensate you for the loss of free grazing. Don't hang back and wait for these newcomers to starve out, or dry up and blow away, for they are built the same way you are and are not the kind that quit. Things have cliang ed. Cottonwood Kick* riilllpites werf scarcer than lien's teeth at our celebration. We want to remember this, boys, when they have their blowout this fall, and it might come Into play at the time they get wild oil county seat matters. As they didn't celebrate, there is no excuse for them not donating a few on a crowd of 2oo people. —Cotton wood Republican. The lleview is sorry to see Brother Leedon manifest such a spirit. Last year, when that town celebrat ed, a large crowd attended from Philip, and would have done the same this year if it were not for the Tact that the Fourth came on Satur day, and any that went from here to hat point would have had to wait until Sunday night betore they could have got home via the railroad, l'hilip appreciates the participation of the good people of Cottonwood in any fesivities given here, and will try to reciprocate whenever possible. The same thing, too, holds true In regard to other towns near here, both com ing and going. Government Land Opening Trffip County, S. 1). The Government opening of Tripp Co., lands will probably occur about October 1st, when a million acres will be thrown open to settlement, in cluding some ot the finest lands in the West. The Rosebud extension of the Chicago & North Western Ry. is ihe only railway line to these lands. See that your tickets read to Dallas, the terminus of the North Western, a half-mile from the reservation bord er. United States Land office will probably be located here. Send for descriptive pamplet giving all details about the land and how to secure a (juarter section of it free on ap plication to P. R. C. & N. W.f ticket agent. Stolen! A dark brown suit, size 38» fang the City Tailor Shop. The guilty" party is requested to return it, or will place the case in the hands of the proper authorities. Jo*. Rlcard. *?x H'f -.*!? 6. V Sell dimension lumber, lath •hingles and all kinds of building material. We have large sheds in which our material is stored and kept in good condition Call on us. DR. A. A. HEINEMANN Calls Promptly Answered Day «r Night. Office in Cole's Drug Store. Surgeon for the N. W. R. R. Residence and Hospital South of the? D400I Philip, ... South Dakota. DR. R. L. At Stoermer's Livery Bfufti Philip D. Q. JORDAN*. Land Attorney, Twenty years' practice in homesteads^ final proofs, protests and contests enables me to succpgafully present all cases before the 1'. S. Land Office. Have your papers right. PIE RUE, 8. D. The best barber shop You are assured a hearty wel- 'J come, courteous treatment and the best of workmanship. L. A. KELLEY J. H. Johnson Office Sod floor Stock Growers Ikmkt^r Fort Pierre, S. D. WHEN IN PHIL1E put up at the Philip Livery First Ham East of the CITY BRAY LINE C. A# BENNETT Lawyer CMm '1 ?4 r, i A ?%U **. DO YOtTREADf If so, you should read the Re« view. It's one of the papers 'that boosts when the welfare of iown, county or state Is con cerned. Boosts, and then boosts borne more. ....... i- «Mi the Philip Land aad Cattla Qk PHILIP, 8. D. «.» ~£j %. fi v* J-r MCCLELLAND Veterinarian .-J No. 8 Atlas Lumber Go. /I ,J5'- Y\ V&- S C. A. LAMB, THE BARBER V. in the city, ('lean, neat and up-to-snuff. The place for the particular man to get a shave or 2 hair cut. AI way w ready to please. North of the Bank I of Philip 5 ••••••••••••••••••••••••a* Do You Realize That Philip has one of the very Ix'st barber shops in th# state. We refer to the "Up-to-Date" Barber Shop il Jw "A A i1, A yW i'.-. LAWYER S, 5 v*. l)e]jpt G. S. LARIMER, Prop. CJvil Engineer and, Deputy State if S u v ey o Will survey your lands and ea .. tabllsh your corners accurately at reasonable prices. Write for •1 information in regard to this i. class of work. 'V'.'. FORTP1ERRB, £gr 8, p. 4 i ii Ralgh Vaadercook ii '4 .-»V| :m •$ i ,xP,. 'I *5 ^. i V Ct.-dW7.