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0. L. MILLETT. I'res.
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1HA A. MILLEIT MINUTER
Philip Hardware Co.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Hardware, Implements, Vehicles
Machinery.
Philip, So. Dak.
John Hays.
Lumber, sash doors, building paper, rub
eroid,farm implements, and machine oil.
We handle the Knierson Plows and Corn Cultivators, and
have in stock a fe\V sets of light and heavy harness which
will be sold at a bargain. We are prepared to furnish you
with building material.
Black Hills Lumber
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Robinson Br's.
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Also Mill Work of all
that are right. Let
IUIUIKM' bill. Call at our
our material.
file Northwestern
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and
Submit your estimates
to us beffore^plaeing your lumber bill.
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Bank of Philip,
Paid up Capital $17500.00
Its Financial Strength
Your attention is directed to the
following well known business men
who compose our board of direc
tors: R. W. Mathieson, C. E. Mc
Lane, A, J. Hunker, C. L. Mil
lett, James Philip, F. G. Fischer
and (J. K. Sumner.
1 In addition to above, we have a
strong body of stockholders whose
standing and responsibility give
increased strength to the institu
tion. No stockholder has been
loaned money to pay for his stock.
A. MICHAEL, Cashier.
F„ F. WALDEN. Ac. Ca.
kinds at prices
us figure your
office and see
E« KEITH, Manager
Philip, South Dakota
and Bakery,
Is now prepared to
serve you with all
kinds of good
things to eat.
Try a loaf of our
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The Bad River New9
Published every Thursday a-t
PHILIP, STANLEY CO.. S. B*
A. W. PREWITT, Publisher.
ALV1N WAGGONER, Editor.
Entered as Second Class matter March 27,
1H06, at the postofllce at Philip, South Da
kota, under act of Congress. March 3, 187a.
ANNOUNCEMENTS
To the wputiliran voters of Stanley county:
1 hereby announce myself as a candidate for
the republican nomination o^pounty super
intendent of schools, subjectyour decision
at the primaries to held next June. I stand
for lie educational interests of Stanley county
and if I am elected will do my lxst to advance
those interests in accordance with the wishes
of the people. Most courteously solicit lilt-'
your support, for which I thank you in ad
vance, I am and remain, Y ours very truly*
(JIIACE
A.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate for
tin1 office of County Superintendent, subject
to the Republican primaries. 1 have been In
lie District school work for the past thirteei
years. The past four years has been In the
school work in Stanley county. 1 feel conie
tent to (111 the office to which I aspire and your
vote at the Republican primaries June 9 will
lie appreciated. ETTA B. 1'LATT.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate for
the office of States Attorney in and for Stanley
county, subject to the Republican primaries.
I have been practicing law for more than six
years. For nearly four years. I have devoted
almost all my time to civil matters and crimi
nal cases Stanley county, if nominated
and elected. I will trive strict attention to all
legal matters In which Stanley county may IK
interested. J. H. JOHNSON.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate for
the office of county superintendent of schools,
subject to the democratic primaries on June !.
I have Iteen in public school work for the past
ten yeai1*. My preparatory work was received
In the IIIKII school at Winfleld, Nebraska Cot
ner rniversity. Lincoln. Nebraska and the
state normal at Los Amreles, California. I
hold a lirst tfrade certificate in Stanley county
and ted comiietent to till the position to which
I aspire, and if elected, will do all in my power
to promote the schools of Stanley county.
Mas. (). M. Cn.v, l'hiiip. S. !.
Mr. Alec Johnson of the North
•western was thunderstruck the
other day to learn that immigrants
were being charged extra freight
upon arrival at their destination
after having prepaid their freight
at the point of shipment. He
declared that this matter had
never come to his attention and
suggested to the railroad commis
sioners, before whom he appeared,
that the trouble grows out of mis
takes made by the agents in ac
cepting less than the amount due
at the point from which shipment
is made. He assured the board
that this abuse would be corrected
at once. Twenty-five years ago
Fred Rowe, now of Fort Pierre,
shipped from a Minnesota town to
Volga, South Dakota, over the
Northwestern. He prepaid his
freight, but the Volga agent charg
ed him twenty dollars additional
freight before allowing the car to
be unloaded. A quarter of a cen
tury is a long time, time enough it
would seem for even the North
western railroad to find out some
thing about its operating depart
ment. But Mr. Johnson has just
learned of the fact that additional
charges are made. He tells the
commissioners that this is probab
ly due to the length of time requir
ed for matters to reach his office
from the local agents. We have
Iiad some experience with the
claim department of the road, and
usually it gets around to a claim
in the course of a year or so. If
it takes twenty-five years for a
matter to get up to the office of
the general freight agent, we will
probably get the new tariff schedule
that the road has promised some
time about the middle of the cen
tury. By that time we will have
leen gathered home to a land where
freight rates will not break the
harmony of the perfect day.
The state board of railroad com
missioners is a benevolent body
organized for the purpose of giv
ing enthusiastic young men an op
portunity to save their country
from corporate greed. This def
inition covers the whole scope of
the commission's activities. Some
have been so unkind as to suggest
that the board serves no useful
purpose, but it does. If young
men, eager to serve their country,
had no chance to express their
views upon the great transporta
tion problems, they might explode
with considerable damage to iitao
cent bystanders. We are in favor,
of two railroad commissions, (me
in each end of the stale. The ses
sions should be continuous, sd that
everyooe might hsve an opportun
ity to appear and exprees the in
ofhissouL JUfsr
oftfe A good
we wyi
RK®D.
The undersigned hereby announces herself
a* a candidate for the nomination of County
Superintendent of Schools, subject to the Re
publican primaries to le held June U. If nom
inated and elected, she promises to use her ut
most eneriry and endeavor to promote and
brintf to lAsrfttcUon the school system of Stan
ley county. MII.DRBH K. FOX.
w* ft
start has been made but a great
work remains to be done before
the schools of the county reach the
developement they must attain.
Everything cannot be accom
plished in a day. On the contra
ry, the task will require the un
ceasing effort, of years. More
than this, it will
require
the efforts
of men and women who are wil
ling to devote the best endeavor of
their lives to the work
A great many people in Stanley
county are much taken with the
idea that the linger of destiny is
pointing them out for political
preferment. It may develop in
the course of time that the finger
of destiny was pointing at the
other fellow.
Some of our political friends
down at Fort Pierre have an ear
so attuned that if anyone sneezes
within a
quarter
of a mile of tlieni,
they immediately think the.v hear
the voice of the people calling up
on them to run for office again.
it is a sure sign that spring is
here when the candidate begins
to circulate his petition for nomi
nation.
Quigg sells land.
Apples 55c per peek at Linn's.
If it's candy you want why Cole
sells it.
Those ''Somersets'' have arrived.-,
Cole's Drug Store.
E. A. Morrison was in town
from Topbar Monday.
Goodyear rubbers including the
Cuban heels for ladies at Linn's.
A mail route has been establish
ed between Ivadoka and Willard.
W. J. Ferguson was an Old
Trail visitor in our town Tuesday.
Baseball! Baseball! The place to
buy your ball goods. Cole's Drug
Store.
C. B. Holland, formerly of
Kadoka, is now located in Philip,
having accepted a position with .).
M. Linn.
Win. J. Mundt of Pierre was in
our town Monday on his way to
the north country.
(ieorge Patterson left yesterday
for Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where he
will spend the summer.
A. Trumble of Wokaina was in
town Monday for lumber. He is
building a new barn 14x24 at his
homestead on Little Buzzard.
K. H. Townsend has recently
surveyed a road north of town. It
will be laid out and opened up by
the board of township supervisors
sometime in the near future.
Surveys are being made for
roads leading north, south and
northeast of town. They will be
opened up in the near future along
slightly different lines from those
flow traveled.
Will Yarish who was in charge
of one of the lumber yards here
last fall, took a flyer in Murdo
politics the other day. He was a
candidate for trustee in the third
ward, but received the short end
of a 54-62 vote.
Philip base ball team will give a
dance in the Philip opera house
Friday evening, April 10. This
dance is being given by the boys
to raise the needed cash to start
them out. The opera house and
and music are both being donated
and it is hoped by the boys that
the public will respond in a liberal
manner.
Jack" Buchanan, the big and
efficient officer whose duties con
sisted principally of making the
residents of Midland vicinity walk
in the straight and narrow path,
has had his commission as deputy
sheriff revoked by Sheriff Geo.
Huston. This is no reflection on
Jack's efficiency but is the'~ result
of apolitical bee which has been
getting pretty close to Jack's bon
net* In feet Jack and his mac
friends seem to thfaikjfat Us' feet
wiU Just start ft tjp sheriff's shoes.
Gold Medal Saloon
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We handle a fine assortment of choice wines and liquors, S
Our Cigars are high grade and make a fragrant, delicious smoke,
I The celebrated Schellhas beer always on draught, "Drop in,"
assure you courteous treatment, Right on the corner,
CENTER AVENUE & RAILROAD STREET
H. C. PECKHAM
Summer Goods
Our Spring and SuiniiHT jrood
Ix-Miitf plaeed on the shelves. The
now
lineal
Waists, Skirts, Dress Goods, Wash
to be found in Philip, from which to make your selection.
The bitf euf on all HKAVY liOODS is still going" on.
Range Mercantile Company
G. L. DOROTHY, Manager
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We have just received our stock of caskets and arc
now prepared to take orders for Undertaking. $
We have secured the services of S. S. Ruble of
Pierre, who will attend to the professional work.
We now have the largest-line of Furniture be
tween the Missouri river and the Black Ilills.
Our goods and prices
surprise you,
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Aldrich & Son
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New Goods Still Arriving
Our spring stock of Men's and Boys' Clothing,
Hats and Furnishing Goods are coming in every
day. Our line of Rain Coats and Cravenettes
have arrived. We invite you to call ami see
them. Our stock of Rubber Boots and Rub
bers will please you.
Zavitz Clothing Co.
A. ZAVITZ. Proprietor
BYRON L. CLOW
Hmted States
(^ommissionsi?.
Always At
Philip, S. D.
lleeeives Filings Hears Final Proo& shd Oriwtests and at
tend* to all Lend Office business.
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