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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 6 December 1894

THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL (Established January, 1887.) ISSUED EVERY THURBDAY DY . I THE MAIL PUBLISHING COMPANY (INCORPORATED) AT PHILIPSBURG, MONTANA. Entered at lthe PIostfoflce at Philipsburl', Granite County, Montana, as Hecond-Class Matter for Tral~mission Throuth the Mail. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Yo ....................... .............. $3 00 Sia Months............. ................ 1 50 Three Mon hs ........... ...................- . 75 IPF PAID STRIC(TLY IN ADVANCE: OneYear........ ............................ $200 Six Months................................. 1 00 Three Months....... ..................... 50 Deosijrnntce as tlhe Officiil P'.por Irn wvllch All Lo'gZl 1'tlicolionrse for Granite Count - A slt Ito le Ptub ltshoeld. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1894. The sign of "How can we face the people?" is still out at, the white house. Congress will now take up the kicking season where the college football teams left off. The president's message reads like a document that might have be...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 6 December 1894

A Twentieth Cearnry Rhor aie. By EFP'IE W. MERRIMAN. [Copyright, 1894, by American Press Associa.. tion.1 CHAPTER I. It had been considered a fine house in 1892 when it was finished leady for oc cupancy. It was built of brownstone, 1t was large and commodious, it was strictly modern, and it was surrounded by handsome grounds. It was owned by Harlow Winthrop, the wealthiest man in the city. Winthrop was a man who always desired to be identified with everything new, hoping that it might prove to be the avenue down which his name would travel to posterity. He was not contented simply to be rich. He had a fine wife and as nice a family of children as man need wish for, and one of the children, his firstborn, was said to be as much like his father as a half grown English pea is like the matured specimen. This son was named Harold. The family moved into the new house on the third day of October, 1892, and two weeks later a grand housewarming was given by their friends and neigh bors. It w...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 6 December 1894

WEIN8TEIN'8 Is not a day like this sugges tive of more Clothing of some kind ? UNDERWEAR OVERCOAT WARM CAP GERMAN SOCKS WITH ARCTICS GLOVES on, MITTENS? We have them all, and some of them you will surely need if this weather continues. REMEMBER With every dollar's worth you buy you get a ticket; and with that ticket you might win the Silk Dress in OUR WINDOW, You should look over our decimated Crockery Stock; you will find something use ful. The price made will be a convincing argument to buy now. Double Bitted Ax and Handle.....$1 00 Single Bitted Ax and Handle...... 85 Wood Saw...................... 75 Diston Hand Saw............... 1 25 Meat Saw....................... 1 00 Meit Cutter .................... 2 00 Coffee Mill ...................... 75 SOMETHING TO EAT! 1001bs. Gallatin ...................$2 00 100 Snowflake ............... 1 75 25 Meal ..................... 60 25 Graham ................... 60 25 Rolled Oats ................ 1 00 2 Steel Cut Oat Meal........ 15 5 Rasp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 13 December 1894

THE PHILIPSBURG MIAIL. VOL. VIII: NO. 46. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MON ANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1894. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. CHEERFUL TIDINGS BOOKS! BOOKS! Have Received my Full Stock of Books for the Holiday Trade. I Bave a Full Line of Musical Instruments Which.Vlll Please the Children Sleds from $i.5o to $3.00. Albums, Toilet Sets, in fact I have everything that will make an acceptable present to the child, the mother, the father, sister, or *even your best girl. Call and see my display made in the line of HOLIDAY GOODS, which are being sold at prices unheard-of before in Philipsburg. PHILIPSBURG NEWS STORE CH AS. W I L LI A M S °gA Select Stock of Fine Confectionery Fresh From the Manufacturers. A COOL HEAD Is Not More Desirable than WARfI FEET. Winter Footwear: Overshoes, Arctics, German Socks and Felt Goods. J. C. McLEOD, Philipsburg. YOU WANT A HOLIDAY GIFT, Phenomenal Offerings for Each Day During the Holiday Season......... FANCY GOODS, BOOKS, TOYS, PERFUMERY, SN AND ALL...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 13 December 1894

THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL (Established January, 1887.) ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY THE MAIL PUBLISHING COMPANY (INCORPORATED) AT PHILIPSBURG, MONTANA. Entered at the lPostoflce at Philipsburg, Granite Couonty, Montana, as Second-Class Matter for Transmission Througqh the Mail. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year .......................... .. ........$3 OC S.eR Months ...................................... 1 5 Three Months ........................ ...... 7i IF PAID STRICTLY IN ADVANCE: One Year.....................................$2 OC Six Months................................ 1 00 Three M onths............................. ... 5C Dosi nntod nas the Offictnl Pnper in wihilo All Leganl PItblicntions for Granite County Must: BHo Ptb llshlae. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1894, Imbeciles. In the popular meaning an imbeoile is a half witted person. But Martha Louise Clark takes a different view of the subject in a paper in The Arena. Miss Clark is a well known teacher of imbecile children. She divides them i...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 13 December 1894

A Twentieth Century Romanice. By EFFIE W. MERRIMAN, (Copyright, 1894, by American Press Assocula. lion.] CHAPTER III. When Harold's suit at last arrived, his first thought as he surveyed himself before the glass was that now he could go down into the dining room and have a good square meal. What that thought was to him can only be imagined by the hungry man to whom the delights of the table are supreme. Since Harold's wakening he had been served with what he called broth, accompanied with nuts and fruit of different varieties. He sup posed it was served according to the or ders of a physician, who might imagine that it was necessary for his stomach to get used to work by degrees after so long a,period of idleness. If that were so, the broth and fruit might seem reason able enough as a diet, but how about the nuts? "Mrs. Winthrop," he said, going down to the porch, where that lady was taking her morning exercise, "what is your dinner hour? And is the room that my mother selected stil...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 13 December 1894

WKINSTKIN'8 We are fast reducing our stock of Groceries, but still have many items at prices that.it will pay you to lay in a supply of. Gallatin Flour, 100 pounds........ $2 00 Snow Flake Flour, 100 pounds..... 1 50 25 pounds Graham Flour.......... 60 25 pounds Meal .................. 60 12 Flake Hominy ............... 1 00 Ham, per pound ................. 14 Bacon, per pound ................ 13 8 cans California Fruit............ 1 00 8 cans Monroe or Standard Fruit.. 1 00 6 pounds of Pepper................ 1 00 String Beans, per can............. 10 Monarch Lima Beans, per can..... 15 Such Christmas Goods as we have are being sold at about what the freight cost. Double Bitted Ax and Handle....$ 1 00 t Single Bitted Ax and Handle..... 85 Crosscut Saws, per foot........... 75 Buck Saws ...............60c and 75 r One Nice Parlor Stove.......... 10 00 One 36-inch Box Stove........... 10 00 c We thought our Fall Pur chase of Rubber Goods was * sufficient, but in this we were mistaken,...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 20 December 1894

THE PHILIPSBUR.G MAIL. VOL.,VIII: NO. 47. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1894. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. .. . . . . . . . . . . .. . . ... . . . . • ,I -nm ukrl u --m n~-· mm 1m.- nmmn- unm . . . .. . CHEERFUL TIDINGS B (C3 i 3 I))(i Have Received my Full Stock of Books for the Holiday Trade. I Have a Full Line of MIusical Instruments Which;WWll Please the Children Sleds from $i.5o to $3.00. Albums, Toilet Sets, in fact I have everything that will make an acceptable present to the child, the mother, the father, sister, or even your best girl. Call and see my display made in the line of HOLIDAY GOODS, which are being sold at prices unheard-of before in Philipsburg. PHILIPSBURG NEWS STORE CHAS. WILLIAMS V-.A Select Stock of Fine Confectionery Fresh From the Manufacturers. A COOL HEAD Is Not More Desirable than WARfr FEET, Winter Footwear: Overshoes, Arctics, German Socks and Felt Goods. J. C. McLEOD, Philipsburg. YOU WANT A HOLIDAY GIFT. i Phenomenal Offerings f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 20 December 1894

THE-PHIjLIPS3URG MAIL (Establishod January, 1887.) ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY EY THL MAIL PUBLISHING COMPANY tIN 08RP 0RATE I) AT PHILIPSBURG. MONTANA. Ent(gere i tI (11 'o.("o 7Ice at 11 iliptsllll e ','rl'lnle Coon (tf ,i e Monlana, 011 *10T1111 )t-('illli 3lfl,1erl fol rIll lllllls~sio)11 mg /Vt11ie11 .l/1(0. SUBSCRIPTiON RATES. feb· l'lc;w'................................. ... (Il Six 'b11111((111.. . . . ...... 1 ,,i T'Jhree 1111113l.... ... .......................... 0!-You -·!!. .................. ................ .. _ 00, S .'. ...................... 2 1 U!, 1'! :lr m1t1 h't ................... ........ . I all ThUH'nSD)A , D)ECEMBER 20, 894.r t'In .\dwnieis;trti-n 81011In ben~tto h pld t~ t the Peimln'loou Iiii )111 l1l'r' 0118 she s 111) I t h Ilre aII) c11a I 'ld R'oot':!-lin;S clinilnlc. it is still 11110 )ipe')kasr ('1's l'vt'silytj( is Isll) 11111ing; heo is loiS chi)18)o 111 51-1 re-'; pttl.licat) and Vii;t nice hitin. Tt was tl-i ' ropil l:Ra party that f, ssf oh lishtW t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 20 December 1894

A Twentieth Century Romance. By EFFIE W. MERRIBMAN. [Copyright, 1894, by American Press Associa. tion.l CHAPTER IV. Miss Letty Mays Everett had read many charming romances of that period of the world's existence when man was physically if not mentally and morally woman's superior. They had made a strong impression on her mind. She told herself that it would be quite possi ble to propose to such a man as that some one who could fight for her, work for her or die for her if necessary. She could not quite understand how any man could be so venturesome as to make the proposal himself, as in the romances he was represented as doing, unless he were quite devoid of the finer sensibili ties. So she constructGcl her ideal hero on a plan quite as inimpossible as such personages are usually constructed. He was nineteenth century in all that had appealed to her imagination and twen tieth century in everything else. The romances that Letty enjoyed so much were considered quite too improb able by...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 20 December 1894

'WRIN8TRIN'8 TWishing you the compliments of the season, we offer: 8 cans California Fruit............ 1 0( 12 lbe Dried Caliornia Pears........ 1 0( 12 lbs Dried California Figs........ 1 0( Gallatim Flour, 100 pounds........$2 0( Slow Flake Flour, 100 pounds..... 1 5( 25 pounds Graham Flour.......... 6( 25 pounds Meal ................... 6 JIam or Bacon, to close out........ 121 Crescent Creamery Butter......... 32 12 lbs Tapioca................... 1 00 12 lbs Pearl Barley .............. 1 00 25 Bars Soap ..................... 1 00 Double Bitted Ax and Handle..... 1 00 Single Bitted Ax and Handle..... 85 Copper Colored Lanters.............. 75 Lantern, with reflector............ 1 00 Candles, per pound................ 15 Between now and New Year's Day you will probably pay for Dry Goods $100.00; if paid to us you have as many chances to carry away a Fine Silk Dress Pattern free; come in and see it; get prices on Dress Goods, Dry Goods, No tions, Furnishings, Clothing, Boots and Sh...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 27 December 1894

THE PHILIPBUR MAIL. VOL. VIII: NO. 48. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1894. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. SH MUSIC !1 HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE ORDER, AND AM SELLING IT AT PER I ' QC PR SHEET PHILIPSUUFIG NEWS STORE C.HA. WILLIAMS A COOL HEAD Is Not More Desirable than WARMI FEET. Winter Footwear: Overshoes, 4rctics, German Socks and Felt Goods. J.C. .;MCA,0 PL hilips"burg. A G(QOD TIME T O ;RETURN TiHE UNEXPECTED CHRISTMAS TOKEN HAVE... ......... RIOHARDS MEM ,AILL:.IH.... TU E k**~e44 ~4 44~ NEW YEAR'S EYE MASUOERADE BALL __TO E GIVEN BY THE PHILIPSBURG FIRE BRIGADE No. 1 AT THE COURT-HOUSE HALL, PHILIPSBURG, ON MONDAY EVE'G, DECEMBER 31, 1894 Executive Committee-A. B. Ringeling, i Floor Director, - - Chief Ringeling A. A. Fairbairn, J. H. Cole, Joseph Car- Floor Managers-Dan Smith, Jo X. dona, Jo X. Bryan. Bryan, A. A. Fairbairn, Jos. Conquist. Reception Committee-All active members of the Brigade. MUSIC BY PROF. G. H. WESTPHAL'S ORCHESTRA, The Public Is Cordi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 27 December 1894

THE PHIILIPSBURG MAIL (E tsblished January, 1887.) ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY THE MAIL PUBLISHING COMPANY (INCORPORAT FD) AT PHILIPSBURG. MONTANA. Enteredt to the Po-'olntflce 0f lh iiplorl, Grimjitei Ciulnity/, .Mllnn imo(, ie HiC)fond-(C/Inss Muftller. for iran'r., ni.,sione, 'l'hro /tuqh the Mail. THURSDAY, 1)ECE1. iER 27. 1894, Next 'f'oe:,slay the .o n(wl:-eleoteil ('oiltity ollicers will take theirsH'.(ts in the various cat acitites for wvhi(ch they have (lqualilield, and with hut two exeHtions (iranito county wili I(: i: iimage d by a full set (of repul)blliban1 oli(lt's fol lt I(-a.lt two yoersll hencto. Tht in'l who havo e been eochosen for all the offices will 1i1i(li)t.te/ll. pi'r form their (tlultie to the best (of their a.ililily an Id for the hest intereu'ts of the people, of (iranite coulty, and wtth. suich nllnaogup.elinlol thero will he no justiiable reason for complaiint. With tihe possibleo xe/)ption of a grlent Imany int in the con)lluissi oners'i ' fiTi " e. 1the ...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 27 December 1894

A Twentieth Century Rsaoma e By EFFIE W. MERRIMAB', [Copyright, 1894, by American Pres-. Associa tion.1 t., CHAPETER V. In all her lifo.eebt. had not heard such language as this from the lips of a young man. Shle was inxupressibly shocked, yet withal she was interested. It was quite delightful, she told herself, to meet one so very unconventional, but she did not care to be seen in his com pany by other men whose good opinion she might one day wish to win. AI thoju she had longed all her life to mee man different from the, men of her acquaintance, now that she stodd face to face with him she wished him to be properly conventional. Harold had not finished speaking when he suddenly realized that this' was the twentieth century, and that the world had changed while he slept. "Db you mean to say," he demanded, 'With a suddin? change of tone that was almost ludicrous, "that it is the custom in.' this unenlightened community for ladies to call upon gentlemen?" "I most certainly do," repli...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 27 December 1894

WKINTSKIN'8 Only 4 more days to get tickets which might win that silk dress. Drawing will take place in our store at 11 a.m. Tues day January 1, 1895. Allnumbers corresponding to numbers on tickets given out will be placed in a box, some one selected from the audience will draw out three tickets. First ticket drawn will have exclusive right to draw up to and including January 19, then first and second will have equal right up to and including January 25 after that date all three tickets drawn will have an equal right during balanc of When two or three tickets have an equal right for dress, dress will be given to bearer of first ticket presented to Mr. Kinyon. This is cold weather for groceries but our prices move them so fast they keep warm. Gallatin flour ................. $ 2 00 Snow Flake.................... 1 50 tI am ............. .................121> B acon ............ ........ . ....12)* S cans Grapes or Plums ........ 1 00 None of the other dealers expect to sell Hardwa...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 3 January 1895

F ID PHILI.. $ PSWJURG A .I L. VOL VIII: NO 9492 9 0 0 PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 1895. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. ET MUSIC!i HAVE JUST, RECEIVED ALARGE OIODE AND AM SELLING IT AT PH ILilSURA NEWSv SA0E HAS . WILLIAM S A COOL HEAD Is Not More Des rable than WARIr FiEIT. Winter Footwear:. Overs es, :Arctics, German Socks ,and FM t Goods. . C. Mc Prl ii psburgt ALLI8ONM EWIRMAN FU NITUR HOUSE * Office and rdWare-Ryoomo s Upper Broadway, Phiisburg Montana. 'KROGER's BREWERY CHARLES ROGE • , Proprietor. KE. AND BOTTLE BEER COXNSTA TLY ON HAND, Orders by Mail, or Left at the Brewery, ill PHILIPSBURG, MIONTANA Receive Prompt Attention. J. A. AND J. B. FE~IYPMRMAN, NEW OHICAGO AND DRUMPMOND. DEALERS IN INE RO RIS, DRY GOODS AND HARD)WARE I. A'. Waoifs Reapers, Mow-rs and Rakis, "7 .SrE A`PRIow8 . ,Twine C; ..e than Aybody.. . BOWEN BROS. & ::HO P.s N, PROPRIETORS. ION ARD BRA88 1OU lURS i3 MAl HlI8Y8 All Kiandsof Mining, Mlilling and Conce ttating Machinery Made...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 3 January 1895

THE PIIILIPSBURG MAIL (Established January, 1887.) ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY THE MAIL PUBLISHING COMPANY (INCORPORATED) AT PHILIPSBURG. MONTANA. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. O ne Year ........................ . .......... 3 00 Six Months .......................... .. 1 50 Threj Months ..... ......................... 75 IF PAID STRIOTLY IN ADVANCE: One Year....................................$2 00 Six Months ................................... 1 00 Three Months.............................. 50 1EtPsered at the Postoftfe at Philipsburg, Granite Count?/, Montana, (as Secowd-Class Matter for Transmission Through the Mail. THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 1895. Senator David B. Hill should sue Benjamin Tillman, of South Carolina, for ylolution of the copyright laws; the latter has just said, "1 am a Democrat." A convention was held on Dec. 22, at Big Timber for the purpose of naming the several oliWers of the proposed county of Sweet Grass. The convention was composed of fifty-two delegates from every portion...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 3 January 1895

OFF MONOMOYL POINT. By WILLIAM EARLE BALDWIIN. When Grosvenor left the bowling al ley and walked down the beach, crunch ing his heels into the sand savagely, it was with a purpose to get away some where and think it all over, and to this end he untied a dory from the pier and rowed aimlessly across the bay. She had refused him, and this was not the worst of it, he reflected. He had acted not at all well and had accused her of leading him on and flirting with him. And he had not stopped to see the sad, grieved look in her blue eyes, but had abruptly gone away. He dipped the oars into the water and drove the boat on at a high speed. Then of a sudden be drew them in and lay back at the stern and allowed the boat Y Y It was with a purpose to get away some. where and think it all, over. to drift. Above the stars were brilliant and sent paths of light across the sea. Grosvenor closed his eyes and listened to the water splashing against the sides. The noise from the bowling alley came plai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 3 January 1895

WKINSTKIN'S C.# TIUKET NO. 2,359 Is Entitled to the DRESS PATTERN Providing Said Ticket is Presented to Mr. Kinyon Before JANUARY 21st AET lNSTWINS DIPS, SPURS AND ANLES. Three members of the family of Dan N. McDonald are down with the typhoid. Mrs. J. E. TrumlBull, of Granite, is spending a week visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Kyle. Truman Walworth has returned from Michigan and taken a position at the Combination. Read the new story which commences in THE MAIL this week, entitled, "Off Monotony Point." The Girls' Guild will meet next Satur day afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, at the home of Mrs. G. H. Westphal. Theodore Hollingsworth has returned from an eastern' trip and resumed his old position at the Hope. There will be evening prayer and ser mon at St. Peter's Episcopal church, Granite, at 7:30 o'clock p. m. Misses Maud and Fannie Penrose are staying with Mrs. Chas. Quinney during their mother's visit to England. The King's Daughters will meet at the residence of Mrs. Berthoud next Satu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 10 January 1895

HTIIE PHILIPSB URG MAIL. VOL. VIII: NO.6. P IIIPBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1895. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. SHEET MUSiI! HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE ORDER AND AM SELLING IT AT PEN8HIET 1  PHSHRH 4T PHILIPSBURG NEWS STORE CHAS. WILLIAMS A COOL HEAD Is Not More Desirable than WARZI FEET. Winter Footwear: Overshoes, Arctics, German Socks and Felt Goods. J. C. McLEOD, Philipsburg. KROGER'S BREWERY CHARLES KROGER, KEIG AND BOTTER BEER UONSTA1NTLtY ON ,IAND, Orders by Mail, or Left at the Brewery, Will PHILIPSBURG, ONTANA Receive Prompt Attention. J, A. AND J. B. FEATHRgRMAN, NEW CHICAGO AND DRUMMOND. DEALERS IN FINE GROCERIES, DRY GOODS AND HIARDWARE, W. A, Wood's Reapers, Mowers and Rakes, HELENA PRICES. Twine Cheaper than Anybody. STHE PHILIPSBURQ IRON WORKS i BOWEN BROS. & THOMPSON, PROPRIETORS. IRON AND BRA88 FOUNDERS AND MAIGHINI8T8 All Kinds of Mining, Milling and Concentrating Machinery Made f and Repaired. CHilled Car Wheels, Crusher Shoes and Dies, Cornish ...

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