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VaV V "Ap? ih tfv w l- "."•'- i 4L. u sgr'*- A.- Philip, '•-ydRS&.iSh&SSXSSt- and see I I »Z'*u ftdnriiiii'iinfiii"Bg lra W i I A A. MIT-LEU Manager Philip Hardware Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Hardware, Implements, Vehicles and Machinery. 3 MRS. U. G. THE MILLINEH. My stodf'is now c©mi»l:t Pattern Hats Tailored Hats Street Hats Plain Hats Caps Veilings I uin the exclusive agent i i '«M V Bank 4N -V 3o. Dak. TjZ3XtrX223S^'^-K.?a&L-dL. J. COUGHLTN, MGR MiLLfC'J'.l'Wx. n..('^Vr. lU'NKER, V. of Paid up CapitaS $175^0.00 If you have funds which are temporariy idle bring them to this bank. They will here draw interest if kit the req'.uiv cd length of time. Black Hills LUMBER arc just now gettini o u y a s w e s o k e With the best BLACK HILLS Ll'MHF.R and we desire to give our customers the best bargains possible in a good grade of Bnilding Material. We will soon have our ollice ami sheds completed and will le in better shape to handle our portion of the trade. Try our COAL and be convinced that it is worth the money. KnMEMBRit we ke it a point to order for our customers any finishings j®r material that we do not have in stock Robinson Bros. E. L. KEITH, MGR. You will find MW i' Ywfrl 'liftSON of Chas. A. Stephens & IlSSSI* CMI samples ami get prices on Coats, Soft? Skirts, Furs and Millinery. P, SO. OAK. ••»s-"ie»3*ec®e#ee#eeosii»»'3rt»i»#*:-iNNW*9N»*»C'S*-tf65s.9e»ec'8 its,a* 0, "dSSF Lis r*?b^r, doom, bidding pE-per, sru'. .eroid, tc^rr*) uftplompnts, arsjl machine osi. \Y, handle the Emerson Plows mul ('ultivat-T- and Ipn'c in stock a few sets of liir! harne s v. lich will be sold at a bargain. We are prepared to I'urnih you with building material. Submit" yCUT esttniates to us before places (I !.. t. AUCN. Ar.Ca. Wz will pay your taxes if you will give us a description of your property. slip, S, D. The Bad River News PHILIP. STANLEY CO., S. 1), A. W. PRE WITT, Publishe ALVIN WAGGONER, Editor Entcro^f.9 ifcw.wJ Class matter Miivh 27, 'M, lit the lioftoitico *t Philip, So tl Da old, uu.4#r lu't of Congrew, Mafcb 3. 18ffc If Philip is a town good enough or you to make money in, it trikes its that the place ought to be good enough for you to spend .vol::- tBOIiey to. The last legislature—"the herald* id legislature of reform and econ omy, mind you,—increased the appropriation for tho incidental expenses of the attorney general's office from the $4,400, appropriat ed by the pieuous legislature tor 1005 and for 100b, to $7,000 per year. This was done, because the insurgent legislature intended to do things to the railroads, the in surance companies and a few other people just as tmm it got itself cjnared away. These tn nbK things were to be done tl lough ho attorney general's ofBcc. We have no desire to start a stampede in our direction, but will same one i 1.!'! come forward and whisper 1 lumber bill. y o u i u attentive ear a little wow! picture of the insurgent ad minis I tration and its attorney general jK-r. "%g thf»t money doing thin-** !i., obnoxious corporation-. legislature passed 251 acts. The previous leg Med only IT? new laws tes of the state. If •i to be islatm to the there w-i i. said, t',. i) i. .i makii'M' 0 f- '*rm '~ri O rtiiilp,! O A fine line of wines liquors and cigars iiow on sale at the Gold Medal Saloon, ".•ft o. 1 of law lo ron e. 'i'he is ::ie 1iws i stock lsurgent v-. iis long -in mcm i eh •'aim o w Y w demn 11. ideal t' e.-e (it! legtsl".t1'• ti.r.'. or: i. than ir broker'^ j.»li--a.-!\ the legislature of Irs! •.vint'T on enactments. Tl,t •'!. bers simply tumbled other in their efforts id pre their individual ideas to tin with a legislalivo l4Be 'i.'5 And if someone wi'l kini'ly stop forward and point on i i great good that has come fioni ail that legislation he can win for himself no inconsiderable fame e- -11 as the heart-felt gratituik' "f the people of South Dakota. When you come to think of it there is just much pat!. .. and sentiment about ilii- homesieading business as anythin-.v else in the world. Have you not seen a pair of young people building their first home on the new homestead? A man with the enthusiasm of youth and a young woman possess ed of that rare courage and con fidence in lTersclf and her that make her a true help-mate If you have not, you have missed seeing the romance that sometimes glorilies one of these Western homesteads. In the little shack across the prairie yonder, as like ly as not dwells a happy couple, making their first venturesome voyage together in tho great world. They are dreamers of dreams. To them the world holds only a splendid cousu mmation of their plans, No disappointment can come to them. All of which w ill lead you to remark that it is well to be young, married, hope ful and honiesteading in Stanley county, South Dakota. And you will not miss the truth half so s on tap, H. C. Peckham & 1SL. ..± far as some ri pie have missed is ample room in a ten by twelve shack for love and two people besides to dwell. And such home steading as this is worth while. An unsentimental government may be pertinently inquisitive about the five acres of breaking and the com end tomatoes grown, but Love and the Two People be sides, if their residence is continu ous, will establish their right to more than a* quarter section of that Domain wherein surveyors chains do no? mark bounds. 1 Ttiia is th* season of iIk- year when the wise farmer setecis his seed corn. He gathers the ..prize ears of this year's crop and puts them inside where they will be protected from the zero weather. Next Spring he tests his seed and finds that nearly every grain will grow, and this is borne out by the actual results later ia the planted ti.'ld. So much for a little caution and active forethought in the se lection and protection of seed corn. Another farmer, and less a farmer than some of his fellows1, proceeds in accordance with an al together different plan or rather he doesn't proceed with any difinite pi. that the ares of t!:' are sufficient in tl i takes no thought ci .. seed time. His corn is left in a crib to he ravages of mice and the destruc'iveness of winter weather. In the Spring he makes no tests, but merely plants such eom as is at hand. When ha fails to get a crop, he is sun rised and then sorely disappointed. He blames the country, i'. weather—the gumbo and tl uth—and later O i o e s i k i n a t- i I- i i mn on heaping tierce male country .l very jr. occurs k iSiis dis vidual that th«' civ oed corn ha come to be a cien an the protection of seed on van ion that no successful iaruvr over o o k s N a u e o v i e s e e s v v i i u s k s o a o e i o n u i n i n e winter, and certainly no great amount uf scientific re rch is neces'sa y ».» proA'e t!iat if the husks are stripped away, some artificial protection mu st be pro v i e i i e i a e S e e e seed now—the most vigorous look ing and perfectly formed cars of Sl^ sssra J'f v your own crop, (iet Dakota corn —corn acclimated to our seasons for some of your neighbors have demonstrated if you have noti you s e e o y o a n i n i n It Ii nted Inconsistent. Our good friend Warren Young writes us for publication the ap pended article. Warren's politi cal opinions are not always in strict harmony with our own, but we publish without emendation what he has written, believing that a lesson of no small political importance may be drawn from the logic of this loyal democrat. "In the legislative sessions of 1905 the tight for a primary elec tion law was the paramount issue between the two factions of the republican party in South Dakota. Tho principal of a primary elec tion law is essentially democratic, meaning the greatest possible division of power and referring to the people the settlement of every important nomination for state, county and district offices. Now we find the same insure gents (to use a slang phrase) hol lering their heads off for Teddy, notwithstanding the fact that he proposes to set'aside the principal of the primary, in which every voter has a chance to express his choice by arbitrarily dictating who shall be his successor to the high est and most important office in the o-idlv righteous peo-' and scorning the combined judff- in defeat Tho president shoots Heaven. There! ment of all the repubfcoflft voters, the primary full of circular per in all the States. forations and makes the insur- For opposing the primary principal the Stalwarts went down Coupon urines oi 1 $ tr** & 1 this latitude seed grown in Indi ana or southern Illinois. Hut alii that may be said on this subject! of seed corn selection will bring! us in the end to the fundamental proposition that the exercise of a little intcliigsnqe will take one farther and accomplish more in the farmer-s work than in any other occupation in which men engage. nation, ignoring the wishes inp* rr kW4^W •Knp The difficulty of fitting n square. gents like it. peg into a round hole is proverbial Queer bunch those insurge©|&f,f but apparently the insurgents have accomplished, this hitherto supposed impossible feat. Con sistancy, thou art a jewel, but your name isn't Crawford, Siaofatr, Gamble, Vessey or Glass* Just Received 50 Grapho phones TO BE GIVEN AWAY With every $50, purchase Y o u a a v o n z V Z Z If you mt in nce^ vf anything IN OUF: LL^ yivzn "^0 Clidrt, Mattresses, Coi_, Picture Moulding, A specialty in framing Pietwr e arsi tepm-wg kimitntz. Warren Young. Miich Cows For Sale.—I hare 46 head of milch cows for sal© at my ranch south of Philip. Parties wishing cows please call at my place and see them Prices $35. to §io. Morrison. S $ wit nret'y purchase, a matter iiov -ieSL E. M. LARSOP: & CO, SON. h( 8 A 52^^ Time you want your hair cut in an up kg to date way, a good clean shave, a max sage or shampoo call on LA MB. 0 hardware establishment. MCLANE AND HARRELL, Will be found all kinds of Hardware, Paints, Oils, Machin ery, agons, etc. Everything that is kejit at an up-to-date live us a call. PHILIP, S In clothing boots and shoes groceries, dry goods and all general supplies. New goods A. P. Hartzell, Smith, ii Nortiiwestcrn Hote Is now pi?2pai?sd to S2i?v2 you with all kinds of good things to cat. PHILIP, S. D. D. 3. D.