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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 14 February 1895

TIE PHIIIPSBURG MAIL, (N(E A WEEK. E1nAtcrel at h U o Phost llce t 'hilp..': burg, Grra~ite C.(oune, .11o.)lur.,, ut.' Seoad-blt.s. Maier .or "'anis.an Throujh I/e Mail. One Year. ............. ........... ........ $ )0 S ix S o e ]h, ................................ I 50 T hre h .... ..... ............. ... 75 IF PAIDl) sItICTIY IN ADVANC)E: O n e Y ear ...... . ............................ 2 S ix M en hs................................... u T/hree 5lontIhs .. ........................... r. TTIIU DSI)AY, FBUliAlR\ 14, 1895. In the long run noth-in is so unpr.,ait able as political la'reny. In tlhirty sin slat; I ,,eishi.tu re of the union there are :387 populis;l,. Mr. Morso is beginnin/g !,0 learn that he cannot fool all the pi' ,le all the time. Til, MALr is indhtled to Senator T. C. Power for valuall;e public documents. Poor Ward McAllister! How will the New York 399 know what good manners are now? A reverend gentleman de1lares it is no man's duty to listen to a dull sermon. Rig...

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. — 14 February 1895

The Whippoorwill's Call. By AUGUSTA LARNED. [Copyright, 1804, by American Press Associa lion.] CHAPTER IIL Elsie rang the dinner bell from the back porch vigorously, but Paul was deaf to the sound. He was sitting in a state of desperate gloom among his tur tles and rabbits and squirrels, while the light came in furtively through the one small window curtained with cobwebs and touched his bowed head. Though the tame bobolink sang sweetly in *his cage and a white pigeon flew down from the beams overhead and perched on his shoulder, their friend and lover could not be consoled. He sat crouched on Uncle Si's old workbench, with his knees drawn up and his head bowed on his hands, staring vigorously at nothing. Paul was like a careless child who had always lived in a happy dream among kind and friendly people and was awakened by a rude shake of the shoul der to face those terrible things called the realities of life. He was a simple fellow, with a sunnyinature, strong and gentle, with the...

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. — 14 February 1895

WRINSTRIN'8 1001b Gold Dust Flour ............2 00 100 Belle ...........:........... 1 50 25 Graham .... ............... 50 25 M eal ....................... 00 25 Rolled Oats ............... 1 00 12 Tapioca .................. 1 00 12 Sago..................... 1 00 12 Flake Hominy .............. 1 00 3 Starch .................... 25 3 Soda ................. ...... 25 6 Peaches...................... 1 00 12 Pears...................... 00 20 Beans .................... 1 00 20 Scotch Peas .............. 1 00 Canned Goods. 8 California Fruit............. 1 (0) 4 Pineaple ................. 1 00 8 Milk .................... 1 00 6 French Peas .............. 1 00 6 French Musnrooms.......... 1 00 6 Sweet Potatoes............. 1 00 6 Pumpkin... ................ 1 00 6 Squash.................... 1 00 12 Brown Bread ............... 1 00 Tinware. Steamer . ........................ 25 Dinner Bucket .................... 50 Tea Kettle, copper bottom......... 50 A hundred other things at similar pri...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 21 February 1895

o a .- - -, - . . . THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. VOL.IX: NO. 4.4 1HILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1895. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. ,I .... 'Do Dolefu t hunps The mind oppres? Let tuneful music lend redress." And buy your tuneful music of me. Dmy stock is large and well chosen. Clearly printed and free from mistakes. It contains everything, from easy pieces for beginners to difficult pieces for advanced performers. Carolyn Waltzes.......................750 Hell Up to Date.........................SOc.... 00 Sousas' Band March......................50 Brooks' Triumphal March.............50c Chicago Evening Post March.............50c Along the Old Highway (vocal)..........500 The Old Letter Box (vocal) ..............50c Mister Postman Waltz.................... 500 We Miss the Absent Ones (vocal)........40c. The Unfinished Prayer (vocal)...........40c - - - ---- School Books and Confectionery Go Together. I' Nve Both. PHILIPSBURG NEWS STORE cH AS. W I L LI A MS SHOES! SHOES! ...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 21 February 1895

THE PlILLIPSBURl NMIl, ONCE A WEEK. Entered at the Posloffice at Philipsburg, Granite County, Mtontana, as Second-Class Matter for Transmission Through the Mail. O ne Year........................... ..........$3 00 Six Months............................... 1 50 Three,Months ................................ 75 IC PAIl) STIIIC'LY IN ADVANCE: One Year ... ....... ................82 00 Six Months............................ 1 00 Three toaths ........ ... ... ............ 50 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1895. Tin-: LAiitEs.-Senate Bill No. 7, after beinh defeated in the committee of the whole last night at, Ielena, was brought up for final action in the House just be fore noon to-day and was defeated by a vote of 4G to 5. Ther Taxlaynvs iin, A telegram received from Helena this morning brings tile glad tidings to the taxpayers of this county that Senatel Bill No. 7 was defeated in the committee of the whole in tte house yesterday eve ninir. This virtually ends the fiuht, and the Morse and Cain...

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. — 21 February 1895

The Wiiapporwill's Call. By AUGUSTA LARNED, ICopyright, 1894, by American Press Asaocia tion.) CHAPTER IV. The south wind blew blandly that morning, and the scent of new made hay was in the air. The wheatfields wore a pale gold color,'and the corn lands rustled their broad green leaves. Arthur Hapgood was driving back from Littlefield with a stableboy beside him. A satisfied and complacent smile curled his well cut lips, for he had prospered in all his undertakings.' No obstaple would be put in the way of his taking out letters of administration as the late Simon Hapgood's heir, and the old man's bank account had proved to be larger than he had any right to expect. Manifestly Mr. A. Hapgood had been born with a gold spoon in his mouth. The very sound of his name seemed to betoken a happy and prosperous future. As he drove along at a good pace over the winding country road, under great trees and past quiet fields, with glimpses of blue hills coming in to fill all the vistas, he built...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 21 February 1895

WRIfSTRKIN'S While we are closing out our Grocery Stock we have never said this of our DRY GOODS which stock is more com plete than ever. Just Received: Latest in leckwear Latest in Hats To say nothing of a line of Gloves, Shirts, Clothing, Underwear, Boots, Shoes, Etc., Etc., Etc. FOR THE LDI8ES A full and complete line of WASH FABRIC8, INCLUDINt Taffeta Moire, Kohinor Pongee, Sateens, Duck ing and Challies, with White Goods of all de scriptions. Something New in SHIRT WA/STS. You Should See Them. NEW HOSIERY In All Quali/ies. One Silver Dollar will buy any of these: Brand new saw, an axe and handle, 20 lbs bolts, 25 lbs nails, 7 cans either Monarch lima beans, squash, pump kin, sweet potatoes, 8 cans fruit, 6 lbs pepper, 2 gallons piicklef, 2 dinner buckets, 2 tea kettles. 2 water sprink lers, besides: a whole lot of other items. WEINSTEN'S ,_.: , ..... . '" " . " .i .".. " . ' '. . DIPS, SPURS AND ANGLES. oThe P. O. S. of A. meet to-night. Attend the dance to-morrow night. A key ...

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. — 28 February 1895

THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. VOL. IX: NO. 5. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1895. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. r, . . . . . . l lm. . . .. . . 7 a 1 I na u mu l m U mnmnn • • nn u "Do Doleful Dumps The; mind oppress? Let tuneful music lend redress." And buy your tuneful music of me. My stock is large and well chosen. Clearly printed and free from mistakes. It contains everything, from easy ,pieces for beginners to difficult pieces for advanced performers. arvelyn Waltzes................... .....75e Hell Up to Date .......................50c Sousas' Band March............... .. 50 Brooks' Triumphal March............... 50c Chicago Eveniing Post March..... .......50c Along the Old Highway (vocal).........50c The Old Letter Box (vocal) .............50 Mister Postman Waltz....................50 We Miss the Absent Ones (vocal) i.......40c The Unfinished Prayer (vocal)........... 40c -- - ..-'-.-._.------ School Books and Confectionery SGo Together. I Have Both. PHILIPSBURG N...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 28 February 1895

THEK PHILIP8BURG MAIL. ONCE A WEEK. Entered at the Postoffce at Philipsburg, Granite County, Montana, as Second-Class Matter .for Transmissions Thronh the Mail, One Year ... ........................ ....... 3 00 Six M onths ................................ 1 50 Three M onths ................................ 75 IF PAID STIIICTLY IN ADVANCE: O ne Year .............................. .... $2 00 Six M onths .............................. ..... 1 00 Three Months... ................... 50 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1895. There is one man in Montana's senate chamber who is more successful in mak ing apologies than he is in receiving those demanded. The Mineral Land Bill has now be come a law, and Senator Power urges prompt action of Montanans to see to it that proper appointments of Commis sioners are made. Representative Rombauer has intro duced in the House a bill to prevent the spreading of forest and prairie fires, of which the people of Montana have reason to understand the importance. The...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 28 February 1895

The Whiporwill's Call. By AUGUSTA LARNNED, tCopyright, 1804, by American Press Associa tion.] Elsie gotup from tihe place where sne had sat crouching on the floor. "Let us tear off the wavl-s paper, " she whisper ed. and she took the rusty nail and set to work, while Paul followed her ex ample with his jcklknife. They tore it off bit by bit until at last the whole form of the ;low door was revealed. It was under the attic stairs, just as Paul liad surmised. "Here is a lock," whis osred Paul as he worked away with a iwill, peeling off paper and paste, "but Where in' the name of goodness is the key?" Elsie stood' with a' puzzled face for a moment trying 'to call something to mind; then she stepped softly to the bureau where Uncle Si kept his under clothes, his odds and ends of belongings, and opening the top drawer took out a big bunch 'o keys of all sorts'and sizes strung on a steel ring. Paul, in silence,. tried more than 20. of them, one by one, with ill success. S' ome were too la...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 28 February 1895

WKIN8TKIN'8 " R-- ONE - -ý ---~" Barometer a little lower this morning; so are prices: 11 cans String Beans .............81 00 8 cans Squash ................. 1 00 8 cans Grapes .................. 1 00 8 cans Plums .................. . 1 00 7 cans Blackberries............ 1 00 7 cans Gooseberries.............. 1 00 8 cans 2 pound Clams ...... .... 1 00 ( cans 3 pound Clam Chowdter... 1 00 4 cans Shrimps ............ .... 1 00 8 cans assorted Jelly............. 1 00 2 bye pound pails Bitters Apple Putter............. ............. 1 00 If you visited our store during the past week yor saw lots of new goods. There are more now; you should see them. Outing Flannels Worsteds Challies Dimity Percales Ducking Sateens Pongees Wash Silks Madras Cloths WEINSTEIN'S DIPS, SPURS AND ANGLES. The P. O. S. of A. meet to-night. Edward Horton, of Stone, was in town Monday. There will be a social dance at Twohy's hall Saturday night. M. E, Doe, the druggist, is spending the week in Bozeman. There wil...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 7 March 1895

.'. THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. VOL. IX: NO. 6. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, MARCHII 7, 1895. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. I I u u nn -m~ unnm n l ! nnm •l • l um lmlul nn S"Do Doleful Dumps The mind oppress? Let tuneful music lend redress." And buy your tuneful music of me. My stock is large and well chosen. Clearly printed and free from mistakes. It contains everything, from easy pieces for beginners to difficult pieces for advanced performers. Carolyn Waltzes.................. . ......75c Hell Up to Date.......................... 50 Sousas' Band March..................500 Brooks' Triumphal March............... 50 Chicago Evening Post March.............50e Along the Old Highway (vocal)..........500 The Old Letter Box (vocal)..............50c Mister Postman Waltz...................500 We Miss the Absent Ones (vocal)..:.....40c The Unfinished Prayer (vocal)...........40c School Books and Confectionery. Go Together. I Have Both. PHILIPSBURG NEWS STORE CH AS. W I LLI AMS SHOESS SHO...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 7 March 1895

THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. ONCE A WEEK. Entered at the Postofflce at Philipsburg, Granite County, Montana, as Second-Class Matter for T'ransmission Through the Mail. One Year....... ................. ........$3 00 Six Months......... ................. ...... 1 50 Three Months... ........................... 75 IF PAID STRIOTLY IN ADVANCE: One Year.....................................$2 00 Six M onths ...................................1 00 Three Months... ....................... 50 THURSDAY, IARCH 7, 1895. It is said that Col. Morse will now re tire to private life. The Legislature will adjourn at mid night. Let us pray. For a remedy for sleepless night THE MAIL would suggest going to bed earlier. Col. Morse's hold on the Call has not proven very profitable. Ite should have muzzled its editor. Speaking of apologies, but there has been more in Helena the past sixty days than would patch a mile. The Call editor wants the local Demo crats to out up a ticket for the coming town election. He w...

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. — 7 March 1895

By, KANE.)'BIOHON . Before she was'18 Helen Tryon mar. Tied for love. A 25:`she,'found herself, bankrupt .of everything. She lived, and with the stubborn tenacity of, her na thre she braced herself to endure exist; nce,; but she neither hoped nor feared .shything. !hd .te nd irailtk'.aP slept; 'Ife mechaiiil'fi'6itinb oft the~days re dated itself, but she hadpome to a dead' stop. She had iosit .~i1 odrage, all faith. A bare, blank wall faced her. There ,was nothing oio'd to'" lbenjoyed: : ior, btiffered. Sh ilhdilhad~t thing and lIst everything. If she had consciously recognized all tiiis, there might have been some hope 4 rea if6:n. Wi'..When one, appreciates the. drai~tio.ffget of cioda stanscel, hi ewf. tiitertin n~i on circisiAtWces' is apt to ie not far off. But Helen was capable, <6f no such' attitude toward herself. One aw it in her face.edark anda thin adnd dhangeless as a sattte's. Sh. had'@:'eat -dark eyes, bid' they never vari&d their dreamy, unheeding ;Olokl H0e v...

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. — 7 March 1895

WRINSTEIN'S Before Buying a COOK STOVE Look at Ours. RUBBERS, RUBBER GOODSEte In an Endless Variety. ·..~ HATS and CAPS THE LATEST. Madras Cloths Wash Silks Pongees Sateens Ducking Percales: Challies Worsteds Outing Flannels WEINSTEIN' S DIPS, SPURS AND ANGLES. Get readay for the St. Patrick's ball March 18th. Joe Gordon is a visitor in town from New Chicago. Mrs. F. D. Brown is quite sick at her home on Broadway. 0. J. Quivey spent a portion of the past week in Helena. Ed H. Moore has purchased a half inter est in the Crystal saloon. Charles Albert, of the lower valley, was a visitor in town 'tuesday. Mrs. W. P. Reynolds and daughte r Laura, have returned to Philipsburg. Hon. H. R. Whitehill, of Deer Lodge, is attending the district court here this week. Henry Hubert left for Helena yester day morning, where he goes to learn a trade. The basket sociable at the M. E. church was largely attended and enjoyed 1 by all. C. F. Jacky left for Kalispel on Wed nesday morning's train to be g...

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. — 14 March 1895

THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. VOL. IX: NO. 7. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 14 1895. PRICE: FIVE CENT - - -:I "Do Doleful Dumps The mind oppress? Let tuneful music lend redress." And buy your tuneful music of me. My stock is large and well chosen. Clearly printed and free from mistakes.' It contains everything, from easy pieces for beginners to difficult pieces for advanced performers. Carolyn Waltzes............ ........75c Hell Up to Date............. ... ............50 Sousas' Band March........... .....50c Brooks' Triumphal March...............50c Chicago Evening Post March.............50c Along the Old Highway (vocal)..........50c The Old Letter Box (vocal)..............500 Mister Postman Waltz ....................50 We Miss the Absent Ones (vocal) ......40c The Unfinished Prayer (vocal)........... 40c School Books and Confectionery Go Together. I Have Both. PHILIPSBURG NEWS STORE CHAS. WILLIAMS SHOES! SHOES! * %SHOES FOR EVERYBODY! * -- 'c-ru 'r . - - 4 LADIES,...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 14 March 1895

4*.4#4*q4*' -O *444*H44 JURGRAMM & MIf4RS NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL, $50,000. OFFICERS: A A Mc*ons' ...... AA ... · ..Preid'hnt 1' .1 Wil so .... . .........Vice P'resident C HJ I ' haugh . ('sr................Cahie C L fHyr uer............. &esiRistnt Cashier DIRECTORS: Sla: If Gannon A A McDonald i R L)urfeo C C Rlymer Aug. Grseuheek UI If Lebaugl Webb Vincent (HrNguAI. H flcx JIrCINYmaR TuA.NSAC 'M). FonemoN A:irlJ )O,3e~ITIC Ex CHANGISE. u?/~Always glad to see our friends. ON(ICE A WEKR. ------------- - -` ° -- -- - Is I'ILLPi;UlI':G, 'J'lil t;ISI)AY, M1ARCH 14. 4hubscript.ion Rates. "a IN ADVANc(>: N OT IN ADVANCE: One rear .. ... / ( O)ne year.... . . .$:; 0 , er Hir monthsi .. 1. IJ Six mouths........ 1 di b oreigii p,.tmg'", dlded. li:,,ittancr" aii t'h, riak of thee snbscriber, and hhounll be in mde byy xpres money order. post- ta oire,, mon:y order or check, to the order of THE MAIL, wi Philiplburg. Granite ('onnty. Mnmt. Add res all busIeH= cornrmunications as abov...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 14 March 1895

IELEN'SFOLLY. By KATE RI.HMOND. All of this out of doors, where any ene might have, qen and heard every word. But who was there to see in that wide, greep, empty world? The silence as absolhite. Sie stood listenilig to the clank of his horse a little before she went back into the house, thinking,with a . happy smile, how the world had o.1anged. .She sat sewing the next day, swing ing lazily in her low rocker. Sam Lee was pattering softly about on the bare beards of. his kitchen floor. The south wind, .sweeping through the wide open dqor, tossed her hair abput her forehead. Outside the green rand sisny . silnce seemed rhythmiical in its boundlessness. A shadow fell across the doorway. Helen, looking up, saw a tall man stand ing there, clad in all respects as the other men of the region, were. Tl wide .ht,, the blue flannel shirt, with its white ornamental stitchings, the jangling spurs and the high riding boots were all common en9uigi. But Helen's heart heat a little faster as he add...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 14 March 1895

In the Spring the youn man's fancy lightly turns to thouohts of Hats. We turn the Hats to an ad vanta 'e to him and us. THESE are also All New: Silk Stripe Wool Challie Latest in Spring Dress Suit ings. 36-inch All Wool Novelty Dress Gcods, 50c. 38-inch All Wool Henrietta,. 45e. Fibre Chamois and Taffeta Rustle; the very newest in Dress Linings. The latest in Lace Curtains: 1I by 3._ yds $1.50, $2.00. $2.75 and up. Groceries We will ship no more, and offer while present stock lasts: 25 Meal ..........................$ 60 25 Graham........................ 50 100 Best Flour ................... 2 00 100 Patent Flour ................. 1 50 90 Rolled Oats ................ 2 75 $I.00 Will buy either of these: 8 cans Monarch Lima Beans. 11 cans String Beans. 8 cans California Fruit. 8 cans Monarch Pumpkin or Squash. 8 cans Monarch Sweet Potatoes. 8 cans 2. lb Clams. 8 cans 2-lb Jelly. 4 cans Monarch Pine Apple. WEINSTEIN'S DIPS, SPURS AND ANGLES. The P. O. S. of A. meet to-night. 0 Attend ...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 21 March 1895

..THE PHILIPUSURG MAIL. VOL. IX: NO. 8. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, TIHURSDAY, MARCIH 21, 1895. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. "Do Doleful Dumps The mind oppress? Let tuneful music lend redress." And buy your tuneful music of me. My stock is large and well chosen. Clearly printed and free from mistakes. It contains everything, from easy pieces for beginners to difficult pieces for advanced performers. Carolyn Waltzes................ .......75c Hell Up to Date.........................500 Sousas' Band March..................500 Brooks' Triumphal March...............500 Chicago Evening Post March..............50e Along the Old Highway (vocal)..........50c The Old Letter Box (vocal)..............50c Mister Postman Waltz................ 500 •We Miss the Absent Ones (vocal)........40c The Unfinished Prayer (vocal)...........40c School Books and Confectionery Go Together. I Have Both. PHILIPSBURG NEWS STORE CHAS. W ILLIA MS SSHOESI SHOES! * SHOES FOR EVERYBODY! -. LADIES, GIRLS, MEN AND BOYS...

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