k North^Western Restaurant
Gents Dress Shirts
When you want something good to cat
just drop in at the Norths Western Res*"
taurant around here on Oak street, and
we will do the rest. We will be glad to
see you and when you leave your
tite will be fully appeased,
Qualify, Quantity and Prompt Service
is our endeavor all the time, and every•
thing we serve is good, wholesome, nu/
tritious and appetizing,
MARIETTA FEED BARN
Wlion in IMiilip. put lip there. Hood
accommodations for man. and beast.
o o a e i o o s I
...Robinson Brothers' Lumber Yard...
Lodgings Free to Driver
27 inches wide, per yard, 50c.
Per yard. 15 cents to 25 cents.
Colored Wash Goods
N E W O O S
We have just received a big supply
of Dry Goods and Ladies' and Chil
dren's Furnishings in all the newest
spring patterns, designs and styles.
We arc offering some exceptional val
ues that will save money for you.
The latest creations in wash fabrics at per yd., 15c to 60c
New line in spring styles, C5 cents to $2.00.
Ladies' (ientlemen's and Child reus 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
A S O N Y
Plastering, bricklaying, Cement work, in brief any
thing in the line of Masonry work.
PRICES ANL) ESTIMATES ON APPLICATION
W A O K
Spring and Summer Millinery now on Exhibit
All the smart styles worn by the best dressers. Large and
small shapes to suit the most fastidious taste. Copies from
French patterns and Milwaukee designs, and exquisite crea
tions from our own workroom. Don't fail to see our display.
The Other Millinery,
E I W A E N
0*»» Pianist and Teacher ttt*
(Pupil of Mrs. Helen Hamilton, of Sioux City, Iowa,
graduate from Paris Conservatory.)
STUDIOi-Over Aldrich's Furniture Store
Music furnished for Balls, Parties and Entertainments
MISS MARGARET CULLEN
O I E O
Quigg sells land.
Go to Linn's for apples.
Kimball pinti***— none better.
Patent leiUlirtr Mid gun metal
shoes at Linn's*
Philip Land -4k Hattle ('o. for
good deeded land, cheap.
Finest assortment of ladies belt#
in town at Miss Cullen's.
Apples by the pound, by the box
or by the barrel at Linn's.
Thos. Lavin returned Tuesday
from a month's visit at Elkton.
A choice lot in Philip to trade
for milch cows. E. F. Walden.
MissIlattyeWorthington is visit
friends in Chamberlain this week.
Largest and finest line of ladies'
handkerchiefs can be seen at Miss
John Curington was hero this
morning on his way home from
Ladies long and short elbow
length gloves in both white and
black at Linn's.
W ANTKD A few quarters
of good land. We have buyers.
West Land Company. tf
Philip Steam Laundry washes
twice a week. Leave your bundle
with Kelley the barber. 1-3
W. Allen left yesterday for
Brookings. While here he tiled
on a quarter section near Smith.
Carpenters are at work Greeting
a dwelling house for Mrs. Wilbern
in the Michael-McLane addition.
Philip M. Lown left Monday
for Vermillion, where he will
spend the next two or three months
Cal liradstreet, who has lately
been at his claim near Milesville,
returned to Sioux City Tuesday
Frank H. Kinney, clerk of
courts for Stanley county, was
here hist week looking after his
Miss Mildred Fox of Fort
Pierre was in Philip Saturday in
the interests of her candidacy for
There is a well founded rumor
to the elfect that one of our popu
lar business men will take unto
himself a wife sometime during
the coming week.
Mrs. F. E. Morrison entertain
ed the ladies of the Presbyterian
Aid Society and their husbands
last Friday evening. A very pleas
ant evening was spent.
Christian Hansen, the famous
Scandinavian violin virtuoso, will
give a concert at the Presbyterian
church Monday evening. Tickets
on sale at Hargesheimer's 25 and
Messrs. Fred Sehimke and Floyd
H. Cooledge arc among the new
comers in Philip, both having ac
cepted positions with R. M. Wil
liams. Mr. Sehimke will occupy
the position of manager. He is
an experienced advertising and
general store man.
Miss Lucile Jenkins, who has
been local manager of the Old
Trail Herald for the past eight
months, has been transferred to
Topbar where she will have the
management of the Western Rang
er, a new paper launehed this
week into the newspaper world.
Quigg sells land.
Cole sells drugs.
Apples 5c a pound at Linn's.
Latest styles in back combs at
Seeds, seeds, seeds. Cole's Drug
Hugh McMahon is in from
E. A. Hood was in from Hard
Jonn Carmon was a Grindstone
visitor here Monday.
Remember "Hood's remedies"
are strictly guaranteed#
Fresh supply of breakfast, feeds
just received at Linn's.
Who's your Tailor* See
Ricard, City Tailor Shop.
Harrcll McLain reccfePtA a
car lord of nails yesterday.
Last Sunday was the lirst day of
spring according to the calendar.
We will buy anything that looks
cheap. Philip Land & Cattle Co.
For Sale,—-Seed potatoes, Early
Ohio, raised here last year. J. W.
Mrs. Maggie PfalUe and son,
Roy, were in from Ashcreek yes
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Putnam are
the proud parents of a baby born
Rumor has it that a new hospit
al will be erected here sometime
Frank M. Rood, our representa
tive in the last legislature, was in
Willard lvirkpatrick came down
from Grindstone on a business
trip early in the week.
Don't fail to attend the dance to
be given by the ball team at the
Philip opera house April 10.
We will be glad to list your
deeded land or relinquishment any
time. Philip Land Sl Cattle (Jo.
Arnold brothers are painting a
stage curtain for the Grand opera
house. It is a tine piece of work.
Officials of the Northwestern
road deny the report that there is
to be a Noith Fork extension this
George Robertson came out
from Fort Pierre Monday and
spent two days looking after busi
ness matters here.
Five room cottage on car line in
Sioux City, Iowa, rents for $12.00
per month. Will trade for deed
ed land near Philip or live stock.
Fred Hodgson and family re
turned yesterday from Marcus,
Iowa, where they were called a
week ago, by the death of Mrs.
50 choice lots and town residences
within two blocks of postoffice.
Pi ices right. Easy terms. Philip
Land & Cattle Co., second door
north of postoffice, ltf
W. T. Woods left last Saturday
for Des Moines where he goes to
arrange for the shipment of a car
of horses and cattle, which he will
take out to his claim near Topbar.
li. M. Williams and daughter,
Rose, left yesterday for an extend
ed visit with Mr. Williams' mother
at Bockville, Maryland, and with
other relatives in Chicago and
Washington, D. C.
Miss Carrie Ingalls of Topbar
paid this office
Tuesday. Before she joined the
great army of Stanley county
homesteaders she was a type stick
er in a newspaper office at DeSmet.
R. A. Bielski is moving out to
his claim two miles north of town.
He expects to have about ten acres
broken out. Dick has a good
house on his claim and proposes
to enjoy all the comforts of farm
The township supervisors held
their regular March meeting Tues
day night. The township levy
was made, tive mills for roads and
bridges and five mills for general
purposes. Bills were allowed and
other routine business transacted.
The phonograph entertainment
given Monday night at the opera
house by Otto Waelti of Fort
Pierre was not largely attended
owing to the inclemency of the
weather. The entertainment how
ever was first class and enjoyed
by those present.
J. M. Linn attended the meet
ing of the literary society at the
Grindstone Valley school house
last Friday night. He reports a
splendid program and a good time
in every particular. The debate
was spirited and well worth at
Quigg sells land.
Rubbers and rubbtf boots
old and young at Linn's.
First State Bank
O I I
I. W. JONES, Pres. HUGH J. McMAHON, Vice Pre*
R. A. BIELSKI, Cashier.
Cloyd Sterling, assistant attor
ney general for this state, was out
from Pierre the latter part of last
week lookingaftcrotlinal business
Board of Directors
J. W. JONES H. J. MCMAHON H. A. KUMM
E. M. LARSON R. M. WILLIAMS R. A. BIELSKI
I still have a few milk cows
with calves by .side. F. E. Mor
1 he Methodist Ladies Aid Soci
ety meets al the home of Mrs. H.
A. Kumm Friday, March 27.
Lindsay & Orr have let the con
tract for the foundation for their
new hotel building. The contract'
for the building proper will lx let!
in a day or so. Work o:i the
foundation will commence immedi-1
An enthusiastic audience greet
ed Christian Hansen last nijfht,
and from the lirst to the last every
number was heartily received and
encliore Deadwood Haily Times
At the Presbyterian church March
30, tickets J'O and
The government sometime ago
instituted proceeding against one
of the Hoke claims a mile and a
half north of town, and is at the
present time endeavoring to cancel
the entry. A hearing was had
sometime ago in Huron and an
other in Fort Pierre yesterday.
A government attorney is prosecut
ing and Mr. Fairbanks of, Craw
ford & Fairbanks ~of Huron is
looking after Mr. Hoke's interests.
Aldrich & Malone have installed
a folding stage and scenery in their
new hall, which will hereafter be
known as the Grand opera house.
Folding chairs have been ordered
and are expected here in a few
da.\V- Messrs. Malone & Aldrich
have been fortunate in securing an
opening in the Walker circuit.
The shows in this circuit are high
class in every respect, seldom stop
ping in towns of less than 5,000
population. It is expected that
the new opera house will open
about April 22.
A large audience assembled last
night to listen to the famous violin
ist, Christian Hansen. The evi
dence of the sympathy of the
audience was an incentive to the
modern "Ole Bull" to do his best
for every number executed on the
grand old violin by his master hand
brought forth storms of applause.
It will probably be many
before the people of Lead have
another opportunity to
marvelous violin playing.—Lead
City Daily Call. At the
Pr»8. Bank of K&duka
But in the third number
anini's Witch Dance*' he seemed
to be at his best. At the conclu
sion of which he was greeted by
storms of prolonged applause.—
Minneapolis Daily Times. Christ
ian Hansen at the Presbyterian
church, Monday evening, March
30, tickets 50 and 25 cents.
FOR SALE— 1,500 head of
choice breeding ewes to be sold
before lambing and shearing sea
son. All are heavy wooled sheep
and in good condition. All with
Iambs from lirst class ram. Inquire
McMahon, Old Trail, S.
1)., or First State .Bank of Philip.
Bill King was in town from
the Ilardingrove country Wednes
day. Bill is a pioneer farmer in
his locality, and farms about as
extensively as any of them. He
tells us that he has had six good
crops in succession, and has never
broken out an acre of sod that did
not bring him in from ten to twen
ty dollars the first year. Besides
raising grain crops, he keeps cat
tle, hogs, horses and other kinds
"swallow' IOMt of tbedaau
But any promise made by the aekan of
E. M. Larson & Co.
WANTED—A good .steady man about SO jrra.
old to work on rancli. Must be a food milker.
Wlao per month. IK miles south of Wo
kama. Wm. (ioodell. 3
WANTED An experienced
Philip Steam Laundry.
WANTED—You to try one of
Want Ads. They do the business.
terian church March 30, tickets
50 and 25 cents.
L. E. GOLDSMITH,
Caali. Fort Pierre Bank
WANTED-To purchase IS or 15 head of good
cows, coming three or four yean old. Waste rn
stock. Write or call at Nawil office. Philip.
In stack. Philip Livery, tf
FOR SALE—Uood heavy farm wagon.
Brothers, three miles south of Wokama.
FOR SALE-U Winchester rllle 110.
FOR SALE-Iron pump with tbf feet of 1W
Inch galvanized pipe. Call first house west of
Philip steam laundry.
FOR SALE—Fine job work at TH BADBIT-
NIWB, the Home of Oood Printing.
FOR SALE OK RENT-Hotel building and
lot, good location In Philip, now doing good
business. Will rent for six months or
J. L. Huff. Philip, S. D. O-tf
FOR SALE—Sixteen head of registered Her
eford cows and heifers. W. D. Inman. Keeper.
Sully county, 8. D. tf
FOR SALE—Oood fresh milch cows for sale.
Wm. Keene, Smith, S. D. S-S44-P
Quigg sells land.
Fine assortment in gents neck
wear at Linn's.
Wells bored by T. H. Green,
Sec. 20-2n-20, Philip, S. D. 46tf
Some nobby ladies' collars and
turnovers, the best styles, at Mist
We do all kinds of cement work.
Cistefn work a specialty. All
work guaranteed. Sizemore A
For Sale.—Anything from a
town lot to a well improved 1550
acre ranch. Philip Land & Cattle
A shipment of the celebrated
Goodyear Gold Medal rubber boots
for men, boys and Misses just re
ceived at Linn's.
Special plow prices: sharpening,
25 cents pointing and sharpening,
50 cents. All other work on the
same basis. West of depot.
Register of Deeds. Stealer Oa
Home Land & Abstract Co
Respectfully Solicits Your
L. PARCELLS, Secretwy and Bonded
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
B. A. BIELSKI.
Cash. Vtast State Bank of Philip
J. E. UTTIRBACk.
Prae. Belvldere State Beak
PORT PIERRE, S
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