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The Bad River News
Published every Thursday at
PHILIP, STANLEY CO., S. D
—BT TILE
HEWS PRINTING and PUBLISHING
A. W. PREWITT, Manager.
ALVIN WAGGONER, Editor.
KnUrad Second CIms matter March 37,
•M U ttM pof .office at Philip, South Dak
COUNTY DIRECTORY
Tmnnr-
Byron L. Clow
A^ltor-
Chas. M. Price
Sheriff—
Geo. Huston
iNMirot D#edi-
John A. McKillip
Clerk of Couru—
A. C. Bicketts
•not. of School®—
Grace A. Reed
•tataa Attorney-
Julius H. Johnson
Cooaty Judge—
H. M. Dinsmore
SttMTOf'
Roy H. Townsend
Frank L. Norr
Oorooer-
Dr. Clyde C. Winter
Comml—lonra—
1st dist., Will HopktM
2nd dist., Eb. Jones
3rd dist., Thomas H. Tolton
4th dist., F. E. Morrison
5th dist., W. O. Hopkins
PHILIP TOWNSHIP
Supervisors—
F. E. Morrison
S. R. Reber
R. F. Robinson
Clerk—
W. L. Church
Treasurer—
A. W. Prewitt
J. J. Berry
Road Overseers—
A. T. Waddell, Dist. No. 3
Joe Pete, Dist No. 2
Dennis Fahey, Dist. No. 4
J. W. Airey, Dist. No. 1
jJuatloss of the
Peace—
John Dunlevy
E.F. Walden
F0WN OF PHILIP
Trustees
Frank M. Rood
H. A. Kumm
J. D. Rainey
Clerk—
A. 8. Anderson
irer—
Frank S. Schwartz
iscseor—
Will R. Walpole
rustics of the Peace—
E. H. Banks
Eanhall—
Claude Ramsey
[Fire Protectioa Again
We wonder what has become of I
fbhe proposed waterworks system
fNo* very long ago we were assur-1
by thoee in authority that the I
would have a water system
quick. When we made a)
remark* in theee columns re-1
^arding the subject a cruel editor
harpoon was thrown into our i
ptSariag Utah, and it was suggest
•d aaaong other things that we
woefully ignorant concern-!
the law governing this matter,
jual to enlighten us in this re-|
Iht statement was made that
trtir system could be under-1
mitt after the tax asesas
fortkis year was oompletod
Utelday «a have treasured
wiadom, so grata
^athiag of price-1
Mltelffc we bav» al-[
I o a s
i§' atetenent iBrfwHtiri!
ira bave aooeptedl
from the
not to bel
In the very
pleasant
cream,
please you.
your
to
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ferv iVv
To the People of Philip and Vicinity!
B6SSZ2^CJK.E'- .1
COLLIERS
NEW STORE
it is with pleasure that we feel and will say that we hope
to make Philip our future home.
When looking over the country for a location, traveling
from Mrnphis, Tenn., to South Dakota, we were more impress
ed with Philip and its people than any place on the lines of rail
road that we traveled, and was not long in deciding that we
would like to east our lot with the Philip people.
My occupation for the past fifteen years being in the line
of successful merchandising, I hope to continue that line in this
new country, and apa pleased to say that on
SAT,, AUGUST 28
I WILL OI'EN THE NEW STORE
COLLIER'S
Opposite the North-Western hotel, and cordially invite All in
visit with us, (if only for a few minutes), and look through
our entirely
new line
of merchandise then we feel that you will
come again.
Our store room is small, though our stock is complete in
most
every line and we will take pleasure in showing you thru.
Our Dress Goods
latest novelties—we believe they will bring a
smile when you see them, though we hardly think
your admiration would be attracted to this line alone..
You should see our nice Linens in Ladies' Dress Goods, al"
so for
the dining room. Then we will show you some beauti
ful lunch
cloths. The nice things in our dry goods line are so
numerous
we fear that we would overlook some of the special
things
we would like to show you, so we wish you woutd ask
to see our
line of lace curtains, window netting)
white and ecru—these are pretty goods,) portiere cloth
and
their beauty does not exceed their quality), pillow shams,
some
beautiful couch pillows, ladles* handkerchiefs, umbrellas,
combs, barrettes, hair rolls, collar, collar stays, belts and belt
buckles,
the nicest things in
hat
thing in the Jet dress buttons«*-our line of dress buttons
Our Shoe Department
This well assorted line ofmerchandise is due to arrive this
week in time for our Saturday's opening.
In the ladies' ware, we feel that we cam give comfort and
style to the most particular one.
We always think of the babies and little folks, and we hope
to make them laugh with joy for the pretty wad comfortable
shoes we have bought for them.
Our MSn's Shoes
Are something splendid in style and quality, at a price to
suit the customer. However, our S6.00 line is as high as we
bought. Don't forget to look through our line of shoes.
Men's dress shirts, collars, ties, suspenders, handkerchiefs,
half hose, umbrellas and other things too numerous to mention,
Our Grocery Department
we will show you when you come in to see us.
We are also in the grocery business with a pretty well as.
sorted stock for our opening day, and think well have most
anything you want but our groceries will be arriving for at
least three weeks before we can get our stock completed with
the moat atepi* to the greatest delicacies. We hope to have
grocery order every morning when we have this line fully
optftid.
Gome in and see us. We would like to get acquainted with
j**. Remember the place
in
F. COLLIER
colors-
pins, and the most up-to-date
western Hotel
will
to Oli*?w You
»**»,
ran i:ti' ii :w lie.1 protection
teas badly need* Again we paus
in our ignorance for farther en
iighten ment.,
The poiut of the situation, how
ever, lies in the simple fact tha
nil these fire-trap towns have to
iturn up once or twice before the
people awake to their need of fir®
protection. After a lire or two*
i i,nd the consequent dilliculties en
i ountered in settling with insur
ance companies. the people usually
et a water system. This was the
istory of Pierre, and of a large
i umber o Dakota towns. It
perns to us, however, that the en
lerprise of our citizens is such
iat we might avoid a like disaster
And be it understood, we pray,,
aat we are prompted by no self
ih or personal motive in hammer
ig away at this water problem*
*Ve wish that the town could gt
n for a hundred years]]without
re protection and npt encountef
i fire, but we are sure that it can
not, and simply, in the course of
"Ur duty, as a newspaper we are
impelled from time to time to re
ur to this already threadbare sub
ject- As what we say is s a i
without any criticism of our town
board. We believe that there is
no sufficient demand for (ire pro
tection from our people, or else
they would get it.
Politics will be a going in old
Stanley one of these days soon.
We hear rumors and hints of dire
things that will be doing, just as
-oon as the ^spirants for office get
their
guns unlirnbered.
A report has been current lately
that a new land office will be es
tablished at Cottonwood, and that
our old friend Chess Leedom it
plated for the position of register.
The report, however, thus far
lacks confirmation, though we
hope it is true.
GAS Bat LAND ft
Jii.t.V iluro.au!.
How can Senator Crawford be so
spitefully unkind after
our
R. M. Williams made that trip to
Washington and labeled so earn
estly in his efforts to give those
Washington fellows something
"to base the claims of Philip up-
GB."
fat Hogs Wanted
We
will pay $6.00 per tatdred
for hogs.
24tf City Meat
Senator Lodge's Son Dead.
Tuckernuck Island. Mass., Aug.
Former
Trolley Upatts Woman Killed.
Pittsburg, Aug. 24.—One state troop
was killed and eight other persons
more or less severely injured, when
a West View park car turned turtle
on a horseshoe curve near the Ohio
never, in Allegheny.
i
There has been some delay in
deciding upor the places of regis
tration for the Cheyenne opening.
Senator Crawford says there is
nothing upon which to base be
claims of towns that assume to the
Grapple for Drowned Women.
Burlington, Iowa, Aug. 24.—Search
for the bodies of Mrs. Jordan and
Mrs. Conover, of Mount Pleasant, and
Edward Lee, of Burlington, who were
drowned in Friday night's carnival ac
oident, continue unsuccessfuL
We Carry the Largest Line of
Autos in this Part of the State
$2*.000.00 Stock of Tires«rAll Sizes, 'Three Carloads of
Automobiles on Hand
Buicks Fords Franklins
Write or Thooe for Supplies and Prices. Be sure to call
and ace us when in town/^arc always glad to tee you
A z
WISCONSIN
own
Market.
The News makes a speciality of
wedding stationery. Try us.
TRADE MORAL—Joan of Arc
tvas the only woman on earth
able to resist a bargain adver
tisement—and she's dead. If
you've got a bargain in some
thing. aaver i^e it to the wom
iti this paper.
24.
George Cabot Lod^e, won of United
States Senator Henry Cabot. Lodge,
and pricate secretary to his father,
died suddenly from heart failure, sup
erinduced by an acute attack of indi
gestion. ill*. Lodge was 35 years old
and a graduate of Harvard. A wiiEFW
and three children survive him.
Coroner
Is
Drowned.
Eau Claire," Wis., Aug. 24.—Leopold
Kontuch, 35. formerly coroner of Eau
Claire county, was drowned while
bathing in Log pond. It is believed
he was stricken by heart disease. Pro
longed efforts to resuscitate him fail
ed. He is survived by a family.
Mexican City Fire Swept.
Mexico City. Aug. 24.—Fire destroy
ed property in the business center of
Monterey to the value of about $1,500,
000. The whole business section of
the city was threatened, but escaped
destruction largely because there was
no wind.
Our New Fall Line of
Collegian
Is here for your inspection. Call
and look them over. Suits from
,00
FARMER RELEASED.
Went to Warn Kalaer and Held, JL!# by
Imfnigrant Officials.
NeW York, Aug. 24.—Karl ^SfftfTer,
65 years old, who has lived In Mil
waukee, Wis., (or 80 years, but recent
ly went to Germany to Inform the po
lice, as he said, of an anarchist con
spiracy he had unearthed in this coun
try against the German emperor, who
released from Ellis Island, where he
bad been detained for observation $$
his sanity. He left for Milwaukee l|t
once.
Although he had lived In America
for 30 years, Neisser has not taken
out naturalization papers, preferring
to draw the German pension to which
the was entitled as a veteran of the
'fe'i»fi*0-Prusslan war.
J||me Warden Hurt In
Let'
tied Wing, Minn., Aug. 24.—R. C.
Richtman, of Maiden Rock, former
deputy game warden of Wisconsin,
mot with an cacident near Diamond
Bluff, while operating his speed boat.
He was working ever the engine and
in some manner his right foot was
caught in the set serews of the coup
ling of the engine. The foot was bad
ly wrenched and the toes mangled to
such an extent that amputation was
necessary. He was removed to St.
John's hospital, where hi* injuries
were attended to.
o (So 13 ki [s„b
OPTOMETRIST and
NEUROLOGIST
,1
of Minneapolis, Minn., will be 0
Hotel, Philip, S. I). Saturday a®§
Sunday, August 28 and '29.
Relieves all eye strain that
causes cataract, blindness, red
sore and inflamed eyes, headaches,
dizziness, black and floating spots,
nervousness, etc., without drugs
or pain. Unexcelled by Ocular
or Medieal Science. All
cases
thoroly examined under Bond's
Skiascopy, revealing the slightest
errors of refraction as well as any
diseased or abnormal condition
of
the eyes. (Glasses made that
will
fit.) New lenses put in old
frames
if desired. Artiticial eyes. Con
sultation free.
to $35°°
G, F, Moles & Son
ONE PRICE CLOTHIERS
PffillE, SOUTH
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