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Prices and es fcunates upon application^ )&> J.. tg June 24 to June 29 wrTtw Goods J%, G. W. Padcock. 't V .•^UUKK'^jhik .MBaaeMjMMMaMMWF •%^r 17 }ba, Sugar far 18 csoj* ^or» I* 12 i? 12 y •"& cans Kraut 9 w 3 lb. Baked beaop.. If hominy 9 *i' Beaches (fancy).. a A e s SP bars soap 10 Ibq, Fanpy dried apples 10 41 Kadoka, S The governor of a .ureat state like South Dakota ought, like Caesar's wife, to be above suspic ion. After all the Bedford stone, which a year ago was "not fit even for tombstones,'' may become a tombstone of dead insurgent poli ticians. But it will record their monumental folly and net their virtues. Senator Kittredge is today a member of more important com mittees: has a greater influence in shaping pending legislation: and is in closer pei-Somil touch with the present administration than any other senator from the territory west of the Mississippi Riyer. Well, the good old summer tlmfa seems to be here at last. The ice cream parlors have opened the shirt-sleeve brigf.de seeks the shade of the buildings and nearly any evening the editor may be seen with a towel under his arm, mak inga sneak for the old swimming hole. Philip has been located on its present town-site only a little more than a month, yet it is al ready, by any standard of compar ison, the mast important town be tween Fort Pierre and Rapid City. Everything points to this town as the logical place for the location of any extensive improvements that the railroad may decide to make. The water supply, the promise of the surrounding terri tory. and the distance of its loca tion from other division points will certainly recommend our town to the very favorable consideration of the Northwestern officials. But we must ourselves lend a hand. Even a little bit of self-exaltation might not be a bad thing. At least everyone of us ought to have a fivui and abiding conviction, al most religious in its fervor, that our town is to have a great and splendid future. Did! bptp you say amen? West Side Items Fred Young went to Springfield last wepk where he will spend the summer working and visiting his brother. Cha*. Flowersand Mi«s Joknsopi came 'down from v-i rkjk- *t'KiV-,1% r-rj •lv i Kerlin's Carnival Sale Big AT KAPQKA, SOUTH DAKOTA Groceries! Kjdn^y ,,.... String befUiB. ,\ Raspberries......... Strawberrieg....... Tomatoes... Beans (fancy) .f .... Fjgs... 16 'V Brnnes. 9 Basilw ii it $ ttrifn® ham .. ?jca Yours Respectfuiiy A. R. KERLIN I 1.00 1,00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 i.oo 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 30c 1.00 "^ECT4 i.oo i.00 1,00 1.00 50c garment. 124 ii-U .-in— Friday. Charles came to yisit his mother Mrs. J, Flowers And Miss Johnson took Monday's train to Pierre to prove up. Hay Draw was ve«r mueh in evidence in town Monday. Some to offer proof: others as witnesses. Andrew Passack caught a nice string of tish in the North Fork Saturday. Fred Binderup is building a Beat frame house on his claim. The question is, Where shall we the fourth Stanley County Creamery Association The Stanley County Creamery ,Vssocjation announces that it will be prepared to receive shipments of butter-fat at this place next Monday, June 24, and thereafter very day in the week except Sun days. M. F. Phillips is the agem of the association at this place. The New York ruotations on but ter* fat the day the consignment reaches Fort Pierre will be the on.sis used in calculating the price paid the shipper. The price paid will be practically the New York price less three cents per pound and the freight charges to Fort Pierre, It is the writer's humble opin ion that the creamery association is pushing a project that deserves the hearty indorsement and sup port of everybody. Several of the most substantial and energetic business men of the county are financing the concern. They have provided the building and expens ive equipme .v necessary in carry ing on the business and they de serve the active co-operation of every rssident of the county. If this enterprise should languish for need of the supiwrt it most cer tainly deserves, we would regard it as little less than a calamity. But it will not .languish for un less we are sadly mistaken the milch cow is destined to play as large a role in the industrial life of Stanley county as the beef steer did in the past. During the coming season I want somebody to put up 100 tons of h*y for mc. I will let the con tract to the lowest bidder. Bids may be sent to me at anytime. J. E. Taggert, Philijfc S* I Clothing and Shoes Our shoe stock Fas never In bettef shape. ^Ve can fit you in size, priog and quality. Ask to see qui' 11.50 Ladies' shoe. We haye pt nice lin^ Oxford's for Men and Women, Moq ee silk shirts...... tt 44 Fimcy ptripe, with t|e,, Extra good Mohair's Men's two piece un$erw©j» in PrfTLIiy vlr- $ eyij v Brick Cheese 1 v Da Furnishings, Highest price paid lor Putter fitid Eggi Highest prices pjdd for BUTTPR apd EGGS, Everybody come to Kerlj^s Stprft. F. E, Sher^yj^, Pros. Frank Sherw% V. I*ree. R. A. Bielski, Cashier. First State Bank of Philip, PAJD OF CAPITAL $10,000. Ingham Lots how cm sale to those who wish to purchase and start in business. Prices range from $15 to $100 per lot. Situated in the beautiful Cottonwood valley, thirteen miles west qf Philip on the O, N. W. Rgr. Call on or addreap Weed & Kumm's rsip^ ays iNC|-usme •w in l»(Xj ?8J tmi tan oolor^ SO. DAK. A full line of canned goods. ^3 •^3Ev«rything in cookie* and cracker*, V*i at Oniotti 'f v W. M. Gray. This Week You will find at ,\'v 7?W cr granges, Lemou* i^x* and Banang Cream Cheese n Vermicelli Macaroni p* Flags for July .#7 THE BIG DRAW CUT CHAMPION MOW ERS AND RAKES, WAGON TANKS ^jnght Me® #,F. B. Divis.«oa, roji- ittte, 4 jT Philip, it So. Dak.