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a M*Hr£u ifflw Suesine Silks L. E. GOLDSMITH, Cash. Fort Wen»8i MARTIN JOHNSON. Pres. Bank of Kadoka M. L. PAR' k North-Western Restaurant 1 S I i When you want something godo to eat 5 I just drop in at the North/Western Res/ E taurant around here on Oak street, and we will do the rest. We will be glad to see you and when you leave p*ur appe/ tite will be fully appeased, Quality, Quantity and Prompt Service I is our endeavor all the time, and everyv I thing we serve is good, wholesome, nu^ tritious and appetizing, I have recently returned from a visit to thr eastern importers, and brought with me a large line of New and Exclusive Patterns of miKKimujY if it is something new you are looking for you can depend on finding it at my pallors. Orders are always placed in advance for the new things, so that the moment they arc ready for the market, we are hooked for early shipments. Especially do I want to call your attention to the new hats just received, because I will be unable to get such favored patterns again this reason. Your order should be placed at once so that we may have your hat in for Easter. Youj- inspection is invited. My Dressmaking Parlor will be run in connection with the Millinery store wlieiv both old and new patrons will be welcome. NEW GO We have just received si big supply of Dry Goods and Ladies" and Chil dren's Furnishings in all the newest sptfing patterns, designs and styles. We are ottering so^|e exceptional val ues that will- save money for you, 27 inches wide, per yard, 50c. India Linen Per yard, 15 cents to 25 cents. Colored Wash Goods Gents Dress Shirts Shoes The latest creations in wash fabrics at per yd., 15c to 50c New line in spring styles, 65 cents to $2.00. Ladies' Gentlemen's and Childrens Oxfords, per pair. $1.25 to $3.75. We also have a line new line of Ladies' Belts and Neckwear, Combs, Embroidery 8r Laces Weed & Kumm First State Bank O I I J, V. JONES, Pres. HUGH J. McMAHON, Vice Pres. R. A. BIELSKI, Cashier. Board off Directors J. W. JONES H. J. MCMAHON H. A. KUMM E. M. LARSON R. M. WILLIAMS K. A. BIBLSKI .E. MORGAN. R. A. BIELSKI, ank Register of Deeds, Stanley Co. Cash. First State Bank of Philip J. E. UTTERBACK. Pres. Belvldere State Bank Home Land & Abstract Co Respectfully Solicits Your Business (CELLS, Secretary and Bonded Abstracter. FORT FIB PIERRE, S 7 Mi&mMjr. Henry Hoffman, i fgm&B£i7xmwxi£ ^vxssiw Msaaxsim7jsam An Easter shipment of Exclusive Patterns just received THE OTHER MILLINERY STORE Miss Margaret Cullen, Proprietor l\ut of Center ave. on Pine street A. A A A A AAAAAAAA.AA A AA AA i jj LOCAL NEWS Quigg yells land. Go to Linn's for apples. TTttspital for sick clothes, City Tailor shop. -'1-2 Kinihall pianos— none better. Aldrich & Son. Patent leather and gun metal shoes at Linn's, Whipped cream chocolates. Cole's lrui? Store, Apples by the pound, by the box or by the barrel at Linn's. Clio*. Kirkpatrick left today for his claim north of Midland. Harvey Seward of Wellsburg was a Philip visitor yesterday. J. F. Maruskawas up from Cot tonwood on business yesterday. A choice lot in Philip to trade for milch cows. E. F. Walden. \V. F. Altman was down from Ashereek on business yesterday. We will buy anything that looks cheap. Philip Land & Cattle Co. H. Duck and mother were down from Grindstone for supplies last Friday. Karl Roush has been suffering from an attack of la grippe the past week. Ladies long aritl short elbow length gloves in both white and black at Linn's. WANTED—A few good quarters of good land. We have buyers. West Land Company. tf County assessor J. Wr. Coulter returned Monday after spending the winter in Canada. Philip Steam Laundry washes twice a week. Leave your bundle with Ivelley the barber. 1-3 Postofticc inspector W. H. len was in Philip Friday and made a trip to the north country. "Sarsaparilla Tonic," one of the famous Rexall Remedies for puri fying the blood. Hargesheimer. Mrs, N. Gearlmrt and child ren left last week for their claim twenty-two miles north of Philip. For Sale.—Anything from a town lot to a well improved 1550 acre ranch. Philip Land & Cattle Co., Philip. Mrs. James Hoblit and children returned Saturday from a four months visit in Berkley and other California points. Quigg sells land. Apples 55c per peck at Linn's. Prussian stock tonic, Cole's Drug Store. Best smoke in Ffiihp 'ISosafcrset" Cole's Drug Store. Hargesheimer will cafpy ft line of garden seed. Rubbers and rubber bqpts, for old and young at Linn's. Rev. Bell left last Monday for a few days stay in Rapid City. W. A. Milligan left Monday for a short business trip to Mitchell. For Sale. Seed potatoes, Karly Ohio, raised here last year. ,1. W. Jones. i-4p Say, its the mast delicious ever tasted th®fc at Cole's Drug store. For Sale—A King bicycle, al most new. Berth Larson, 4 miles north of Philip. 52-1-p Mrs. Van Sickel Hturgis ar rived Wednesday for a visit with S. R. Reber and family. Aldrich Son have ordered a line of Kimball pianos. They are on the way—wait for them. We will be glad to list your deeded land op.relinquishment any time. Philip Land & Cattle Co. Mary Kennedy arrived last Fri day from South Omalui. Neb., and left for her claim near Ashereek. Aldrich & Son have installed an undertaking department in con nection with their furniture store. A. K, Fiksdal's photo gallery, north end of Center avenue, will be open for business every Satur day. tf We wholesale bacon, both wide and narrow, in lots of 100 pounds or more, at 12ic a pound. City Meat Market. Mrs. M. K. Barnett of Dexter, Iowa, arrived yesterday to visit for a short time with her daughter, Mrs. F. E. Pohle. Mrs. C. A. Lamb returned yes terday from a two months visit with her parents at Walker, Iowa. Mr. Lamb went to Pierre to meet her. 50 choice lots and town residences within two blocks of postoffice. Prices right. Easy terms. Philip Land & Cattle Co., second door north of postoffice. l( Mr. and Mrs. James Irwin left today for Monro#, Iowa. They have been among us for the past two years, and will no doubt soon become homesick to return. Paul Bellamy, F. K. Core, W. C. Puckman and J. L. Core arriv ed Tuesday with two car load of emigrant goods. They are locat ing on claims near Wellsburg. J. M. Wallace, missionary for the Central Presbyterian board of Sunday School and Mission work of South Dakota, arrived Tuesday and will make his headquarters at Philip. There will be sold at auction at Stenner's bam in Cottonwood Sat urday, March 28,45 head of horses, mares and mules. These are all tirst class stuff and will be sold to you at your own price. Messrs. H. J. and J. G. Van Haun, and Wm. Corsant and son arrived last Thursday from Park ersburg, Iowa, bringing with them two car loads of emigrant goods and started at once for their claims north of town. Miss Margaret Cullen has open ed up her millinery and dress-mak ing parlors north of Center avenue on Pine street, where she extends a cordial welcome to both old and new patrons. Your attention is called to her advertisement in this issue of the News. FOR SALE— 1,500 head of choice breeding ewes HARGESHEIMER SELLS CANDY tp be sold before lambing and shearing sea son. All are heavy wooled sheep and in good condition. All with lambs from first class ram. Inquire of H. J. McMahon, Old Trail, S. 1)., or First State Bank of Philip. 2-5-]) J. C. Redburn met with a very painful accident Sunday while handling some horses. In some way his hand became entangled in the rope just as the horse gave a lunge, breaking the little finger and badly spraining the other three. He came in Monday to have his hand dressed. NEXT Quigg sells land. Latest styles in bft&k combs at Linn's. We sell candy all- th« |§ne. Cole's Drug Store. Philip Land & Cattle Co. for good deeded land, cheap. Our tablets and fancy stationery have arrived. Hargesheimer. Perscriptions tilled from all doctors. Cole's Drugstore. J. C. Redburn of Smith was in Philip last Friday on business. I still have a few milk cows with calve® ifef ft $. Mor rison. |-2 Preaching services and Sunday school next Sunday at the usual hour at the Presbyterian church. Robert estrom left today for a trip through the eastern part of the stul(. after which he expects to go to Canada. A meeting of the Kittredge-Taft -Burke club i.s hereby railed for Saturday. March 2s at p. m. at opera house. By order Committee. First class moving picture show and illustrated songs at 1'hilip op era house, Satui-day evening. Mar. 21, at 8 o'clock sharp. Admission 2r and 3-c. Mrs. H. Arnold of Chicago, who has been visiting with her son. Fred, and family, received a tele gram Unlay calling her home. She departed on the noon train. F. W. Warner was planting his early potatoes Monday. lie says the best potatoes he ever rais ed were planted in February and he intends to give Stanley county a good trial. Mrs, J, M, Linn spent a portion of last week visiting at the home of O. J. Gee. Mr. and Mrs. Gee gave a musical in her honer at which a large numlier of the neighbors were present. Mrs. F. E. Pohle entertained the Double Four Leaf Clover Club at dinner on St. Patrick's day. The dinner was given in the nature of a farewell for Mrs. .lames Irwin, who leaves today for Monroe, la." A meeting of the school officers in townships 1 and 2 N,, Range 21 was held Tuewlaj' at Frank Herb son's for the purpose of selecting a site for a school house. It was decided to erect the building on Wilson Poorbaugh's claim. Hargesheimer, "the Hustling Druggist,*' is installing a tine new soda fountain. It is the finest west of the river. He believes in delivering the goods which he ad vertises, and he certainly does it when he advertises himself as Hustling Druggist." Time you want your hair cut in an up to date way, a good clean shave, a mas sage or shampoo call on LAMB. 4kThe County Commissioner M. Sylva returned from a two months trip through the southern part of Cali fornia and other western states Wednesday afternoon. He reports a very pleasant trip and is very enthusiastic in his praise of Cali fornia.—Fairplay. Otto Waelti, the Fort Pierre jeweler, arrived in Philip yester day and will remain until the early part of next week. Mr. Waelti will give an Edison phonograph enter tainment at the opera house Mon day, for the purpose of introduc inga large line of phonographs for which he is agent. At a meeting of the official boprd of the M. E. church, held March 9, the following building commit tee was appointed: Rev.P.I. King, S. P. Moyer, U. G. Benson, J. M. Linn and H. B. Fislar. A soliciting committee was also ap pointed to push the work of rais ing funds for the new church. A gift of $100 was reported from the Pleasant Hill M. E. church of Nebraska, which caused great re joicing among the members pres ent. About $800 is already in sight toward the new church. Otto Waelti & Co. of Fort Pierre have arranged to give an Edison phonograph entertainment at the Philip opera house next Monday evening, March 23. The Edison machine has a world-wide reputation, and al| the selections will lie new and up-to-date. The admission charged will be 10 and 25 cents. The proceeds of this entertainment will go to the Philip school. Parties desiring to pur chase a machine can do so at thia time and save freight. An eve ning of amusement, don't forget the date. BARE & ALDRICH Drayage and Transferrin] ^ompt delivery of goods and care in handling. Philip South Dakota Prices Reasonable Work Guaranteed DR. DON A. SHINN ... Dentist... W ill be at Dr. Burns office on the tirst and Third Fridays of each month—every other week Office at Cottonwood LOST Sunday February Id, on Grindstone Trail, iN'twcvii Philip school house and ten miles out brown iit'ck furs. Finder please leave Ht NBWS otMce. WANTED An experienced shirt Ironer. 'Illlli Steam Laundry. S-3-p WANTED-To purchase 12 or 15 head of food cow si. coining three i- four years old. Western stock. Write or call at NBWH office, Philip. WANTED—('lean cotton rags at the NlWl office. Will pay 5 cents per pound. WANTED-You to try one of THB NLVI Want Ada. They do the bust next. WANTED— Ifay In stack. Philip Livery, tf FOR SALE-44 Wlncheater rifle 910. Call at News office. Sl-lp. FOR SALE—Iron pump with 85 feet of IK inch galvanized pipe. Call drat house weat of Philip steam laundry. FOR SALE—Fine job work at Tna BAD BIT- IH Niws, the llome of Oood Printing. FOR SALE OR RENT-Hotel bulldln* aod lot. irood location In Philip, now doing good business. Will rent for six months or a year. J. L. Huff, l'hlllp. S. D. 4S-tf FOR HALE—Sixteen head of registered Her eford cows and heifers. W. D. Inman, Kuptt, Sully county. S. D. tf FOR SALK—Oood gentle pony, safe for any lady 140.00 saddle: some household good* 10 full blooded Plymouth Rock hens. T. h. Ar nold, Philip. it FOR SALE-One bay mare, 3 yean old. standard bred. Inquire at this office. 2-5-d FOR SALE—Wood or coal cook stove. In quire at news office. It FOR SALF. -Oood fresh milch cows for sale. Wm. Keene, Smith. 8. D. 2-3-4-5-P Quigg sella land. Fine assortment in gents neck wear at Linn's. E. L. Keith made a business trip to Cottonwood last Friday. Wells bored by T. H. Green, Sec. 20-2n-20, Philip, S. D. 46tf We do all kinds of cement work. Cistern work a specialty. All work guaranteed. Sizemore ft Conley. 2-5 Special plow prices: sharpening, 25 cents pointing and sharpening, 50 cents. All other work on the same basis. West of depot. E. L. HILL. Wm. Isenberg has opened up a boot and shoe shop the second door north of postoffice, where he is prepared to do first class shoe re pairing. 2-3 We don't claim Athenian Hair Tonic will grow hair on a fence post, but we do guarantee it to cure dandruff. Try it at Ed's barber shop around the corner. 1 NOTICE—All those who ara members of the Modern Woo#* men of America in Philip and vi cinity are cordially invited to at tend the organization of the new camp in Philip, Tuesday evening, March 24, 1908. Alonzo Cobb, Deputy. For the past week nearly every freight train from the east has left from two to seven immigrant cars at Philip. Monday a special train of immigrants was made up in Pierre for the west, a large por tion of which stopped here. Sta tion agent Phillips reports that between 35 and 40 cars have ar rived in Philip since March 1.