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The Bad River news. [volume] (Philip, Stanley County, S.D.) 19??-1912, June 13, 1907, Image 3

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General Store.
We are now open fur BUSINESS, and «re mean BUSINESS.
We want to do BUSINESS with our share of the public, and,
if you will give us a trial, we wiil treat you in a BUSINESS
like manneh
Our motto i* 'THE BfiST fOll THE MONEY," JJOOl)
pect to take advantage* of all discounts that we possibly car.
and give our customers the advantage of these discounts.
We are now in out- htw location on Pine Street between
Center iind Larimer Avenues. Come and see us. We will try
to treat you "whito." Yours for business,
ii1 Norte
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J. M. Linn, Philip.
PR*#, A. J.
and Short Order House,
Is now pi?(2pai?a:d to fczi?v2
yo*a -with all kinds
of good frhingi
Cement Walks!
Plastering, bricklaying, cement.
jvork, in brief anything in the line
of ma&rmry work., prices and
timates updn application,
^Thoroughly up to d^te lautt-
dfy work of all kinds Price* so
Bank of Philip
When you want to open a bank account come in
and see us. We want business of the right sort
this does not refer to size solidity is the point. All
depositors "look alike to us their bnsmesS is fully
appreciated arid receives careful attention at our
We will loan you money
security and pay you interest on iinie
Philip, So. Dak.
John Hayes.
Lumber, sash doors, building paper, rub
eroid, farm implements, and machine oil.
We handle the Emerson Plows and Corn Cultivators, and
have in stock few sets of li^ht ana heavy harhes^ which
will be sold at a bargain. We are prepared to furnish you
with building material.
Submit your estimates
to us before placing your lumber bill.
C. Rousseau, Mgr.
-G. W. Paddock,
r&sdnable that you can't afford to
iHy. WorkguM*nteed Jfej^
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W. II. Gray was in Philip Tues
J. Fagan went to Pierre
James Ryan ealbe in from
Recluse Tuesday.
J. A. Witherby frtfm Wear Cot
tonwood was in town Monday.
C. K. Nordlie of Rockdale. Wis.,
was a visitor in otir town Monday.
W. 13. Koehler and Dr. Leach
were in town from Elbon Monday.
Peter Gustafson of Top Bar is
working on Leggett's feed store
Mr. Fred ricks, Assistant cashier
of the Bank of Ingham, Wif in
Philip Saturday.
Jas. Johnson of Ash Creek is in
town waiting for his family to ar
rive from the East.
Misses Fanny Stafford ffcnd
Mable Bowen of Olney Wfcre
Philip visitors Tuesday.
Farl Boilman of Recluse started
a stage line Monday between
Cottonwood and Kadoka.
F. F. Sammons, who has a effchn
eight miles west of town, went to
Pierre Tuesday afternoon.
Chas. D. Rosenthal, a nephew
of Miss Amanda Nickel, is visiting
friends and relatives here.
Jack Sonners of Murdo was
here Saturday attending the
trial of a case in Justice WyckofTs
Mrs. f\ A. IVjtix made a brief
visit in oui4 town Tuesday morn
ing returning to Fort Pierre on the
afternoon train.
Misses Katie and Maggie Alath
ieson and Mrs. Sopha Mathieson
were among the Fort Piefre visit
ors here Tuesday.
For sale. Phil blood English
greyhound puppies two months
old. O. R. Hess, at the Mint
saloon, Philip, S. D.
Geo. E. Robertson of the Rob
ertson Lumber company came up
from Fort Pierre with a oar load
of lumber last Saturday.
Governor Crawford has by proc
lamation set aside June 14 to be
observed as flag day. If the day
is fine Philip will celebrate by
raising the only fla|r in town.
XXX envelopes, the best brand
on the market, the ones that retail
for ten cents per bunch of 25, 100
with your return card printed on
them for fifty cents at the NEWS
Max Interest of Peoria, Illinois,
and J. J. Lammers, father of A,
A. Lammers, are here on a visit
this week, and incidentally invest
igating the tuerite of Stanley coun
ty land.
A. E. Meekdr, traveling sales
man with headquarters at Omaha
for the Commercial Text Book
company^ is visiting at the home
of his father, J« A. Meeker, on
South Fork.
Stanley Philip of Fort Pierre
spent Monday in Philip shaking
hands With acquaintances. Hd has
recently returned from the Uni
versity of Arkansas where he
spent the school year*
John Hippie, manager of the
Hippie Printing Company of
Pierre, passed through Philip
Tuesday On his way tc» attend the
annual meeting of tbp Masonic
grand lodge at Lead.
I have: ordered 'oy express a
stock of hate and trimmings and
will be prepared to furnish latest
styles trimmed to order. Mrs. E.
F. Waldeh, Milliiier and Dress
maker, Bfenk of Philip building.
Attorney George Philip of Fort
Pierre #as in our town Monday
en-route ,to Lead to attend the
Grand Lodgp A F. and A. M. to
which he is a delegate^ Incident
ally George was chaperoning the
grindstone minstrels along the
Editor X*eedom of the Cotton
wood Register paid bur town a
visit last Saturday He is taking
& few days of from his regular
duties for the purpose of helping
to make the Ottdnwood Fourth
(if July the greatest, celebration
^ver hetd in western South Dakota
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Miss Mary O'Neal is working ati
Hoffman's restaurant.
J. A. Cook and family came
down from Smith Friday.
M. L. Mauser and niect came
in from Recluse last Friday.
Dan Powell was among the
visitors in our town last Saturday.
A. P. Whitney was on« of the
arrivals on the noon train Satur
I. Hi C. Huffman df Cotton
wood was here Friday and Satur
Mrs and Mrsi O. E. Walker -fy
the proud parents of* son, l/orn
C. A. Ilenninger of Geneseo,
111. is here visiting his cousin, O
E. Walker
O R. Hess was among the
Philip rooters at the Pierre ball
game Sunday.
M. C. Cavanaugh and J. Mi
Dougherty came in ffoui Old
Trail Monday.
Herman Harders of A1
was in our town Saturday looking
up a homestead.
James Ward of Farragut, Iowa,
is here visiting his half-brother,
William Beardsley.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bielskihave
moved into their new house in the
northwest part of town.
If you want a relinquishment to
a good claim call on M. L. Maus
er, NEi See. 81, i N. 19. o-15
H. Durkee arrived in town
last Saturday in time to observe
that it sometimes rains in western
South Dakota.
C. N. Benson, formerly of
Union Star, Mo., but at present
located three miles north of here,
was in town Friday»
Am^n O. Wolden of Oldtrai)
was in town Tuesday and gladden
ed our heart with the price of a
year's subscription.
A. Miller, her daughter
Gladys, and Miss Nettie Ingram
left Saturday morning for a visit
with relatives at Draper.
E. R. Porter of Redfield was in
town Friday. Mr. Porter Is an
employee of the Norbeck & Nichol
son artesian well drillers.
M. L. Weed, senior member of
Weed & Kumni, came up from
Fort Pierre and spent last Friday
and Saturday in our town.
Charlie Thompson, who resides
fifteen miles west of here, was a
business visitor in Philip during
the latter part of last week.
Father Murphy will say Mass in
the Quigg building Sunday June
16 at 10:30 a. m. He will also be
at Cottonwood June 17, at Grind
stone June 18, nnd at Top Bar
June 20.
Robert Cowen, Edward Sehnose
and two sons of the latter shipped
two cars of goods to this place
last Saturday. They were taken
to the Sehnose homestead three
miles north-west of Slocum's.
A» J. Schunk of Red Wing,
Minn, is in town in the interest of
the Red Mem Mr. Schunk re
cently organized a tribe of this
order at Midland and hopes to be
able to Organize another at this
place. Numerically this is one
among the strongest lodges in the
United States
Federal Court.
The June term of the Federal
court convened in Pierre Tuesday
Several of the ranchmen in this
vicinity were hi attendance
to answer charges in regard to
fencing government land. These
matters have been pending for
several yekrs, and as the evidence
has never been very satisfactory,
the opinion prevails generally that
the proceedings Will be dropped.
Church to be Organized
Rev. L. Camion Bell has in
formed us that he expects to per
fect the organization of a church
at Philip on June 16 At that
time Rev. Anderson of Hu
ron Will preach The Rev. Bell
has already Conducted services
here a number of times and it
Is believed that tho. local fchuirfe
will be able to ,begih its histor.t
with a food sized congregation^
Arrangements are aisd under wajr
for the organization
Sunday sehool at this place:
At the home of the bride's moth
er in Pierre, Wednesday, June
the fifth', occurred the marriage
of Miss Ella M. Allen to Mr. Orr
in J. Gee. The bride has resided
until recently on her claim near
Smith, but is well and favorably
known here. The groom is at
present homesteading on North
Fork. We have not the pleasure
of Mr. "Gee's acquaintance, but
have heard the most favorable
reports regarding him. Mr. and
Mrs. Gee will be at home to their
friends in Pliiiip after June 20.
extends best wishes.
Miss Josephine Hull and Mr.
Rudolph Yolk were married in
Fort Pierre last Saturday, the
happy couple returned to bur
town to make their future home.
The bride has a homestead in 1 N
21, but has visited here frequent
ly and made many friends. The
groom is a bar-tender at the 73
Saloon, and it is unnecessary to
speak of "Rudy's" friends for
they are legion. We join with
all of them in extending best wish
At the home of the bride's Sis
ter in Fontanelle, Iowa, on June
first at high noon, Mrs. Rose Elec
ta Worthington and Mr. Frank
Merton Ring were united in
marriage. The Rev. Doyle of
Fontanelle officiating. After the
ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Ring left on
the evening train for Des Moines,
where the groom's parents held a
reception for them Sunday. Last
Monday they came to Philip to
make their future home. The
groom is the proprietor of the
Des Moinas rooming house at this
place, and has business interests
in Des Moines. The bride resided
until lately in Fontanelle, but has
recently filed on a homestead near
Philip The
joines with
many friends in extending the
usual good wishes.
J. D. Rainey spent a few dkys
at Pierre early in the week.
The First State Bank building
is well under way and will be
ready for occupancy sometime
next week.
Patsey Hobrough came in from
Wyoming and spent several dftys
here the latter part of last week.
He was an old time cow-puncher
in this locality.
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Court News
Justice WyckofTs court has
been grinding out justice as usual
for litigants during the past week.
The case of Peshek vs Jones re*
suited in a non-suit in faVor of de*
The case of Molyneaux s kin'
ney came up Monday on a motion
to set. the judgment previously en
tered aside and grant a rehearing.
The motion was granted and the
rehearing set fdr Thursday* Jun*
A search warrant was sworn oui
last Thursday by Miss B. fe. Drey
against several homesteaders liv
ing west of town, charging them
with iarceny. beputy Sheriff
Lon French made a search of the*
designated shacks Friday but wa£
unable to disoover the missing
West Side Items
Miss Nellis is assisting at th£
Northwestern Bakery
Mr. Barclay's wife and children
arrived last week via Kadoka.
Mr. Pierce Went to Kadokjf
Wednesday to get ids daughter
Edna, who has been attending tfa^
State Normal at Springfield.
During Saturday's storm one o
the sheep in J. W. Jones' hen
was killed by lightning.
Ask .Mr. Wintrode if pigs really
like milk.
Arthur Stickney passed through1
Hay Draw on his way to Philip5
the first of the week.
R. G. Blake has built a good
barn on the rear end of his lot.
Fred Eiondish has bought twq
more lots and expects to build twe
dwelling houses, one to live in
himself and one to rent.
W. II. Koons, an old time real
estate man from Indianapolis, ha!
bought a corner lot.
Irwin Butler has bought lot^
and will build soon.
A. F. Marrill is among the recenl
lot purchasers
Mr. I urand is expected back
soon from Sioux City with a full
stock of goods for his new store
Lots are being sold rapidly and
Rev. Darling has filed on a clairti
near^ Ingham and has purchased
lots in town,
Mr. Champ is preparing to star!
a dairy at.Ingham.
Lots nOw on sale to those who wish to purchase and start in
business Prices range from $15 to $100 per lot. Situated in
the beautiful Cottonwood vglley, thirteen miles wefet df Philip
on the C. & N Wr. Ry. Call on or address
This Week
You Will find at
Weed & Kumm's
A fall line oi SHOES in all sizes at right pric«&
8am and Baetjin
Pancake FloUfr
Corn Meal
Coal Oil
Ladies' and Gents' Underwear
First State Bank
Siutm V.
W. H. Gray.
Oranges, Lemons
Graham Flout
Hsn'sMbhkir Shirt*
Borden's Eagle Bi-ahd Milk

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