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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 26 March 1897

M. WM4 UYAn. EDITOR AND MANAIaet. Official Paper for Granite County and the City of Philipsburg. Entered at the Posto.,'ce cat PMhiipaburg franit&te Cour.t, Montana, as Second-Ciass Matter for TrManmission Throukh the Mait. *bahserlptioin Rltes. IN ADVANUE: I NOT IN ADVA1NO: One year......... $200 OOhq ar........ Ixiamoths......'. 1 001Six tourh......... Foreign .,etage added. Rbmittanreeat the risk of the subnserbe, a.d shbould be made by express money order, ost ofme thoney order or c.eck, to heILr Philipsburg. Granite t'onny. Moat. Address all musiness oonlunlnicatlonls M aove. tive ne your thuariems and we will .nakoe hulnoes forr rowe. FRIDAY. MARICI 2lt, 1891. On Satnrdav, April 3d, the annual election of school trustees will ocour. Three vacancies are to be filled in 1 the Philipsburg district, Messrs. Bul lard, Bowen and Dearborn retiring. At the sarme time the question of the district furnishing free text books will be voted upon in accordance with the law recently enac...

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. — 26 March 1897

"'0 ' W1OAU, mom, so ak~~ra In the heart The u1iun Paseenger Sta. tion iIn ,idCesao.pinto, whib. I t, Bflrligttnn Bouts traina tn;, Is located in the veir o nrt of he Oitty. pTt f nnrinel hotels, the .r·a.et etc.res, the beet thee tra....h biggeet bniinaeses atat [ bhe anornnla fewe Et iti t lnn ie..e.abt take • To.re/eh Chicago it I necetar, to take the Rnrlink , n tponrte that is, it ie if ion *ant the best thee is. , lnr~t Ir.oe e i Blines, to., G d vRia SAt. Paul, Minn. wift. safes., 1usatrione. Cum et tta.ihteeDt're are notable feantree, ofotnrt tt. Psul.Cki SI. t a e and time.-tblee at ani y .iset uOffiae. in. NE. RUGB, T. P. A., Helena, Mont. ,W. W. JUHndtlUrt. u pom. A.t., ultlkne, MoaS S. .. ll - t -aird oAts TO 8T. PAUL. 4M1 )L1'8'AFABGO DU LUTH, GBAIND FORKS jDAN W1N)4IPFI HELEa'NA, 1rff.[. kOKAN. 1ACOMA. ............ ......,,,. ...... PWVILMAN 8If,1PING C(ARS N o. 151 a s e . ...... .. ,. ... ,.... ,0 p . m . No. 152. departe ......... ........... 00 a. W, n d . ...........

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. — 26 March 1897

WEIN8TEIN'8 Spring is here, also the nobbiest line of Shirt Waists Ever brought to Philipsburg. Come and look them over. WEINSTEIN'8 mmmN mmmemeeemm~mn LOCAL PARAGRAPHS -Bi-Metallic cigars. -Smoke the Bi-Metallic cigars. * -Stove boards at T. Long & Co. * -Bi-Metallic cigars-strictly pure. 4 -Bi-Metallic cigars-full Havana. ' -Federation of Labor ball April 19. -Adjustable fire backs at T. Long & Co. -Shirt waists just arrived at Weins tein's. -Boots for youths $1.50 at Wein stein's. -Wall paper less than cost at George Schumid's. -Cigar clippings at the Bi-Metallic cigar store. * -Table and pocket cutlery at T. Long & Co. -N. H. Connolly Jr. has returned tc Philipsburg. -Best blood puriffier is the B. & M. sarsaparilla. * -Bracket[lamps and reflectors at T. Long & Co. * -Gum boots for ladies or gents $1 at Weinstein's. -Wash tubs and clothes wringers at T. Long & Co. The Bi-Metallic cigars are sold over all the leading bars. ,* -When you smoke a Bi-Metallic,...

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. — 2 April 1897

THE PHjLjpIPSB3RG IAIL. VOL. XI: NO. 1. - PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1897. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. LOOK OVER THE FOLLOWING1 English Cashmeres. 10 and........$ .15 Ladies' Fast Black Hose, 2 pair... .15 75c All Wool Cashmeres........... .25 Ladies' Fast Black Hose, 2 pair.. .25 $1 All Wool Cashmeres, at........ .35 Ladies' Ribbed Underwear at..... .20 $1.25 French and German Hen- Childs' Underwear at............. .20 riettas, 46 inch wide, elegant.... .50 Childs' Caps and Hoods........... .10 50c Turkey Red Damask, now..... .15 Velveteen Dress Binding.......... .05 75c White Damask, now........... .25 Embroidery from 2 cts per yard up. $1 White Damask. now........... .8 Blankets, 50c, $1, $1.50 and....... 2.00 $1.50 White Damask,now......... .75 $4.50 Ladies' Kid Shoes............ 1.50 10c Ginghams, best goods......... .01'A $6 Ladies' Kid Shoes.............. 3.00 8-4 Bleached Sheeting, at.......... .15 Children's Shoes at less than half 9-4 Bleached Sheeting, ...

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. — 2 April 1897

M. H. BRYAN. tDITOR AND MANAGER. Official Paper for Granite County and the City of Ph ihpsburg. :liitereId it the I',.*,qi', at Philipalhturo Sro1 Iitle ('tounty, tit. .1 lt ,tr , . ,s .leetll (-('lo Matter for 'Trn.,w'ln .r , T'hrourh the Mail. atihh, ripltioi Ioates. IN A I \sl'It : , NO' IN AN\ YANf'K: One year ........ ) ; () i l e1, itr ... ...... 3 (c)n tlix li tIl lht . .. .. I l i i .Six 1o11l th ........ ,rI ]intitlttwt, i atI ih risk of the subsceriber, and shollllh b tt nll le by l I XII.Is moneI y orhltr. po)st otlice amtone} order or (thiek, t. the orir r tf Til': .IAI I I'hiliphnrg. (ranith (' Olnty. Mont. Addrets li t)buIine1 . ee t mAs n tion sa Ri abol v . (£it c rus 't'our- burlsItrl< rrnal %rV will IIul|k(_ h httaltr for' V.t, VJII)DAY..%I1POL '2, 1-+7. THEiY AId (I )I MEN. 'rile it. tic'ket ILadild by C. F. Jatky is t ertainlt y ,t repr'it ent;Ittive (illo . It w'oll[ inhled he harud to selhet any four In11 w,\°ho enjoy a reat'r degree etoe m an 1 r" ,p.,,t il...

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. — 2 April 1897

Of YEARS, IUO AIlUU. TRADI MARKO uickly ascertan, ree, whether an In tion. I probably patentable. ommcutanltlons striotly confldenttaL Oldest agueny fooresrnt patyent in Amerlea. We have a Washblngto omse. Patents taken through munna A O. ireteve special notles In the 801ENTIFIO AMERICIAN, beattfnlIlustarated, lsrgest elrebatls oi anm scleene journal, weekly, tyalms. l W.0 iye r! . 5(I six tonths. 8opeemea eoplea and 1>D BUOoi ON PATrTS sent free. Address MUNN A CO. 441 D.readway. New eak. , ,.?, .. . y -. - - ! In the heart of Chicago. The Union Passenger Sta tion in ('hicago, into which all Burlington ,onte trains run, is Incated in the very ihert of the city. The principal hotels, the 1 rleot stores, the best thea trers. the tlggst-, business Pes tab cs ornts arc only a f'ew blocks distant. To reaeh them it isn't even necessary to take a street car, To reach Chicano it IS neeessry to take the Inrling t(n taonte: that is, it is if you We.t thoe a*t th,.es it. Two roeues-via Bil...

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. — 2 April 1897

WRIN8TEIIN' Spring is here, also the nobbiest line of Shirt Waists Ever brought to Philipsburg. Come and look them over. SWeINSTKIN'8 - Lea web *.****.***.... ,*****N * New Goods S New Goods S (' Cheap. Cheap. C('heap. SOld Goods Cheap. Cheap. Cheaper. Call and see our new st:ok which is arrivng daily. e have con cluded to stay in Philipsburg and * will set in cie of the tinest stncksof Jewelry and D:amonds ever been the new stvyls. The Jev eler. SCHOOL TABLETS. The children use lots of tablets. We will sell more paper for the money than you can get elsewhere. M. E. DOE & CO. NOTICE. All persons indebted to the firm of C. H. Barnett & Co. will please settle with J. C. McLeod within the next 30 days. All accounts outstanding at the end cf that time will be placed in the hands of Aattorney for collection. YOU OWE IT TO YOURSELF To buy goods where you can get them the cheapest. o We are able to sell cheaper than anybody else, t because we buy and sell for CASH. Our stock is car...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 9 April 1897

THE PHIL IPSBURG MAIL. VOL. XI: NO. 11. PIIILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1897. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. LOOK OVER i THE FOLLOWING English Cashmeres. 10 and........$ .15 Ladies' Fast Black Hose, 2 pair... .15 75c All Wool Cashmeres...........25 Ladies' Fast Black Hose, 2 pair.. .25 $1 All Wool Cashmeres, at........ .:5 Ladies' Ribbed Underwear at..... .20 $1.25 French and German Hen- Childs' Underwear at............. .20 riettas, 46 inch wide, elegant.... .50 Childs' Caps and Hoods........... .10 50c Turkey Red Damask, now..... .15 Velveteen Dress Binding.......... .05 75c White Damask, now............ .253 mbroidery from 2 cts per yard up. $1 White Damask. now............ .35 Blankets, 50c, $1, $1.50 and....... 2.00 $1.50 White Damask, now......... .75 $4.50 Ladies' Kid Shoes............ 1.50 100 Ginghams, best goods......... . $i Ladies' Kid Shoes .............. 3.00 8-4 Bleached Sheeting.at.......... .15 Children's Shoes at less than half 9-4 Bleached Sheeting, at...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 9 April 1897

M. H. fnYAN, E .ion R ND MANa2UR. Official Paper for Granite County and the City of Pnl:psburg. REtered at the Poloflrce at Philip.buryi 1roisilte Coiu.tpy. .Mlontfnlfl, as S·-wnd-Cltass Matter for Tr'ansnission Throuslh the Mail. KIDlbseri ti lotn itt1n,6. tN ,t, ANOC: : NOT IN ADVANCE: One year..........2 00 One year .......... $ 00 Sixm8 nths....... I 0 Six mo nths......... 1 50 lioreign lfstagCe taddled. len,ittanros at the risk of the subscriber, and should be made by express money order, post office money order or check, to the order of THE MIAIL, Philipsburg. Granite ('ounty, Mont. Addreseall business conmunications as above. (iveo is your buslnon e ntld we will ml.k1eo Itlslino*s for you. FRIDAY. APRIL I. 1897. AN'EASTER e.ONTROVERSY. In the history of the Christian church there has never ,beenl any difference of opinion as to why Easter is observed, but there has been a good deal of conl troversy as to whem it should be kept. This was perhaps because Easter is one1 of the m...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 9 April 1897

B IYARIS YUN S IIMRIe. 8OIINTIFIS AAERILSA, *UN ac O. a sweadway, Naw ll. Only lie vi., ( u;ter Battlefleld. Kansansl Missourians! There is only one quiekest, shortest. beat line toand from all points in Kansas and Missouri. It is the Rarlington nItate. their destination a whol half day sooner than those who ro East over thn etnmotinf lines. And--gre.atusL darvatage o£ all-the rate via the Bnrling ton is from one to four dol Jars less. For tickets and information apply to anar st ticket agent or to RP. I. RU+fER. T. P. A., lelens. Mont. W. W. JOHNSII L'UM, Com'L At.. Itli1ng0, rost --tOU· THYROI' It CARS TO- lT. PAUL. MINNEAPtOLS. FAURGO. DU LUTH, GRAND FORIKt AND WINNIPDEG -TO SEA~~'1L AND PORTLAND. PULLMAN TLBEPING (CABRi TOURIiST ?LENPING CARS X. . . . . .... ... .. . .. .. Philipebar". daily exrept S. aer: 1o. 121 arrit.rs...................... 4:09 p.m. No, 122 depart ............ ........1115 a. a. Drnmmond: Easthound N . 2 ....................... :44 p. .. Westbound No 1........

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 9 April 1897

WRIN8TEIN '8 Spring is here, also the nobbiest line of Shirt Waists Ever brought to 'Philipsburg. Come and look them over. WEINSTEIN'8 _ _ _ O, ý- J J Gold Watch Free! A ticket will be given for each one dollars worth of work done or goods bought, and we duplicate any U. S. prices on goods. The Jeweler. SCHOOL TABLETS. The children use lots of tablets. We will sell more paper for the money than you can get elsewhere. M. E. DOE & CO. NOTICE. All persons indebted to the firm of C. H. Barnett & Co. will please settle with J. C. McLeod within the next 30 days. All accounts outstanding at the end of that time will be placed in the hands of Aattorney for collection. Apritl 'i '1 lhll.r r! t$ thie altt S . ratt1 os to aChOi o to b lt - St iat -1- ralL or of-t , oe 2e lOt t lOT ot· T . e in ion , o t o tl g e t' r i o of te" . ~i .eie O rohv lt s .ert m iakig differel. 12 1 tI e oan 1i po oft es * oo r ,r t eiead a 1 , -Pl sg po s ot (o 0ellot F oec ndt gye " s F°at " Srocer .. of i...

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. — 16 April 1897

THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. VOL. XI: NO. 12. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY;,IONTANA, FRIDAY, APRIIL 16, 1897. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. LOOK OVER THE FOLLOWING English Cashmeres, 10 axd........$ .15 Ladies' Fast Black Hose, 2 pair... ,15 75e All Wool Cashmeres.,......... .25 Ladies' Fast Black Hose, 2 pair.. .25 $1 All Wool Cashmeres, at........ .85 Ladies' Ribbed Underwear at..... .20 $1.25 French and (German Hen- Childs' Underwear at............. .20 riettas, 46 inch wide, elegant.... .50 Childs' Caps and Hoods........... .10 TO0 Turkey Red Damask. now..... .15 Velveteen Dress Binding.......... .05 75c White Damask, now........... .25 Embroidery from 2 cts petr yard up. $1 White Damask. now.............35 Blankets, 50c, $1, $1.50 and....... 2.00 $1.50 White Damask, now......... .75 $4.50 Ladies' Kid Shoes............ 1.50 100 Ginghams, best goods...........04. $6 Ladies' Kid Shoes.............. 3.00 8-4 Bleached Sheeting. at.......... .15 Children's Shoes at less than half 9.4 Bleached Sheeting,...

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. — 16 April 1897

M. M. aNYAN, ODITOI AND MANASIiN. Official Paper for Granite County and the City of Philipsburg. Entered ft the Poxto~~tfe at Phitipbhurg Granite Cunty~, Montana., as Second-Class Matter for Traausmiasion Through the Mail. Iubscrliption Ratten. IN ADVANOIe: I NOT IN ADYANOIt: One year..........$2 00 . One year..........8 00 Bix months....... 1 0 I Six months........ 1 50 'oreign postage ailied. Reoittances at the rink of the subscriber, and should be made by express money order, post otlee money order or check, to the order of THE MAIL. Philipsburg. (lranite County, Mont. Address all business communications as above. Give ue t -our bushrness andc wo will nlIke tbslineas for yo1u. FRtDAY. APRIL l11. 18!17. The Dingley bill will be in the sen ate long enough to enable it to feel at home. Governor Thornton, of New Mexico, has resigned. He certainly could not have been a democrat. When Senator Hale introduced the Indian famine matter hlie must have known it would remind Senator Stew art...

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. — 16 April 1897

-RUNS THROOGH COABS TO RT. PAUIL, MINNEAPOLIS, FARGO, DDU LUTII, GRAND FORKS AND WINNIPEG -TO HELENA. BUTTE, SPOKANE, TACOMA. SBATTLE AND PORTLAND. PULLMAN .7 TING ('ARS 1BLIOANT mI':INt CARM TOURIST bLl.BiING CARS S SZa.L SOlCýSý3ýTT.: P. a a. ýratn ch. I'hilipsburg, laily except Snaday: No. 121 arrives......................... 400 p. m. No. 122 depart ...........................11.15 a. m. ýain 2.Lnie. Or mond: Eastbound N'o. 2 ..................... 6:4 p. m. Westbound No 1..................... 1:28 p. m. Through tiekets to Japan and China, via racuma and Northern Pacific Steamship Co. For information, time cards, maps and tickets."allon or write C. I, at'. !Iell. Philips. borg, Mont..nr 9Cla. 4. P. F S. 'Pawl. Minn. Only litiP ri'i Custer Bat fleft iel l. Kansans! Missourians! Th're is onlv one quickest, ehortest, best line to and from all points in Kansas and Missouri. It is the Burlington it,,nte. Travelers who take it reach * their destination a whole half day s oner than thos...

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. — 16 April 1897

WKEINST EIN' S 8 You had better select youir STRAW HAT eairly in the season befoire sizes and best styles are gone. We make a fine display from 25 cents up. STRAW FRAMES FOR LADIES-CHOICE 25. Any man's boot in store, $2.50. Any man's shoe in store, A\ny la(lies' shoe in store, $2.50. WERINST8IN'8S L.""""N"" "e-- ues""""s.""N"""s"""". Gold Watch Free! A ticket will be given for each one dollars worth of work done or goods bought, and we duplicate any U. S. prices on goods. The Jeweler. DRESSMAKING. Mrs. Mary \Willimnus will con'tinuo to make dresses in the latest fashions at $5 per suit. Residence back of 110W jail building. NOTICE. All persons indebted to the firm of C. H. Barnett & Co. will please settle with .T. C. McLeod within the next f0 days. All accounts outstanding at the end of that time will be placed in the hands of Aattorney for collection. T a b leWhen passing, glance at our , "Schilling Best" window dis Talk. L ADIES, If you 12have fine, white, sweet bread-everyone...

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. — 23 April 1897

' THEI PHILIPSBURG MAI VOL. XI: NO. 13. PIIILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA. FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1897. •RICE VE VCENTS. i m lm ·- mm mu·1 m mH m m m m m m• m m mm • • m ram m nmmm • nmm mmu mm ii mm· ........._. : EVERV Y DAY NOW You may drop into our store and see some thing new-something which has arrived since your last visit, no matter how recent. That's because new goods are arriving daily, and being placed in stock just as quickly as we can check and mark then,. There's much for you to see and admire, and many money-saving opportunities in the new line for you to take advantage of either now or later on. Come in and look; it will mean more money in your pocket. Double Width Percales Children's Hose 12½c 10c Organdies Children's Hose (Better) 15c 15c Chatittion Stripes Black Satine 15c 10, 121, 15, 20c Zephyrs Ladies' Waists 121 and 15c Half Price French Ginghams Wall Paper 15c 15c up CREAM COLORED INDIA LINEN-the latest-8, 10, 121, 15c We are still offering Special inducements...

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. — 23 April 1897

M. H. BRYAN, EOIT3R AND MANAGER. Official Paper for Granite County and the City of 'a lipsburg. Entered it the t',,',,ft at Philipsburg ,ra 'lite Conltl. MontI auI , ai s ".econd-Class Matter for 'T'ra,utmissmn. l'hrulh the Mail. Nllbsrriptiuo Rates. IN ADY \NO: Ni'r IN ADVANOE: One year..........$2 O )ne year .......... : 00 tilxmonths........ 1 00 Six months........ 1 50 Foreign postage added. Renittances at tim rink of the subscriber, and should be made by express money order, post otffice money order or check, to the order of THE HAIL, Philipsburg. Granite ('onnty. Mont. Address all business communications as above. (Give I.s your lilmioneav. and wVe will milkeo Itllinflaus for v.ou. FIItD.Y. APRIlL '2:, 1817. The senate finance committee is still hard at work upon the schedules in the tariff bill and hope to finish their labors by the first of next month. The gold in the treasury since Jan nary 1st has increasedl over fifty-one millions of dollars, now standing at over one hund...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 23 April 1897

--RINI THROURGH CAS TO ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS, FARGO. DU. LUTIE, ORA.lD VOPRKS AND WINNIPEG -TO HELENA. BUTTE, SPOKANE, TACOMA. SEA'ITLE AND PORTLAND. PULLMAN -".lrEPING CARS ELEGANT DINING( CARtR TOURIST .LEHlPINI} CARS P .Jo "D. 2e9aaneh. Philipaboar daily except Suanday: No. 121'arrives......................... 400 p. m. No. 123 departs .......................11.15 a. m. mrnmmond: Eastbound No. 2....................... :4 p. m. Westhound No 1..................... 1:23 p. m. Through tickets to Japan and China, via Tacoma and Northern Pacific Stoamship Ce. For information, time cenrd. maps and tickets. "all on or write C. E. M. Beall. Philips. burg, Mont., or Ch,. . . Yes. St. P'aul. Minn. HIolds the worltdl's record fr lon -dis t(ftnre fst rmining. After a two days' ride it is refreshing to stepr into a clean, bright. eweet-smelling train as you do if you ao East via Billings and the .urling ton Route. No dust on the car seals; no litter on the car floore; no foul air; nothing to r...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 23 April 1897

WEINSTR1N '8 You had better select your STRAW HAT early in the season before sizes and best styles are gone. We make a fine display from 25 cents up. STRAW FRAMES FOR LADIES-CHOICE 25c. Any man's boot in store, $2.50. Any man's shoe in store, $3.50. Any lalies' shoe in store, WEINSTEIN'8 ir Sm "" """s""N"""s Gold Watch Free! A ticket \,ill be given for each one dollars worth of work done or goods bought, and we duplicate any U. S. prices on goods. The Jeweler. DRESSMAKING. Mrs. Mary Williams will continue to make dresses in the latest fashions at $5 per suit. Residence back of new jail building. NOTICE. All persons indebted to the firm of C. H. Barnett & Co. will please settle with J. C. McLeod within the next 30 (lays. All accounts outstanding at the end of that time will be placed in the hands of Aattorney for collection. Brooms: We have a fine assortment. For one week we will sell them at 25 per cent be low regular prices. This means a 40 cent broom for 30 cents, :30 cent bro...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 30 April 1897

O.TH E PH LIPSBURG MAIL. VOL. XI: NO. 14. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 1897. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. SEVERY DAY NOWI You' may drop into our store and'see some thing new-something which has arrived since your last visit, no matter how recent. That's because new goods are arriving daily, and being placed in stock just as quickly as we can check and mark thenm. There's much for you to see and adinire, and many money-saving opportunities in the new line for you to take advantage of either now or later on. Come in and look; it will mean more money in your pocket. Double Width Percales Children's Hose i 121d 10c i Organdies. Children's Hose (Better) 15c 15c Ch'atittion Stripes . Black Satine 15c ' 10;, 12, 15, 20c Zephyrs Ladies' Waists 12½ and 15c i -alf Price French Ginghams Wall Paper 15c 15c up! CREAM COLORED INDIA LINEN--the latest-8, 10, 121, 15 We are still offering Special inducements Rug fringe in all col big bargains in this week in ors, per yard, Dress Goo...

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