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THEDAILY INDEPKN DENT: HELEN A. MONDAY MOHNIN(i.DE( E.MISEU 81, 1801
fencesat lhi^ Malt o.^ nubm-i llu -r un-^4* by registered Utter, check or^^r express order, payable to Th^ i
IIdesiring the Independent nerved 1^homes or place of huainei* ran
'postal card or t hi ouch telephone^Pleas, report cuon of Irregular j
tlsementa,to Insure prompt In-^^ hould be handed In before s p. in.^ed communications not return.-^aa poelage It i n^ Iom .1.
afrected!by the plaintiff'a ope. ni Ions In^'he stock market, hut popular sym-^l'.ith^ la not likely to be awakened In^In i behalf M Hie exlcnl that It mlRht^^111, i w lac lie.
TKHM*or M iiat'MUTlON.
flatty(Inrlurtln* Siindny) per year , .lid 09^Daily (tni indlna Sunday) six montha r. 00^Dally (Including- Sunday) three mos. '^Sunday only tin advance) per year...
Weekly(In ^ l^aii. ^ i per year
Dailyby can lei, |^^ r week. n ^ u Is
( Mi'NT.. I'. 1. ivl.
Montanlmsabroad will alwaya fln.l The^Daily Indi ; ^ iident on Me at their favorlto^hotel* i |flh Avenue and Metropolitan.^l^w York; West. Mlnneapolla; lluldwtn
,jaaa F^|uce, San Francisco; M. I ^^^! mult.
Tuttr;Leland Hotel. Bprlnnllcld. 111.
A.A. Campbell la the only authorised^traveling egenl of thla l iper.
Reportedfor The Independent hy It. M.^^Ontwford, United States obaerver.
(a. m. I p. m.
,Barometer S0.72S |0.6
Loralforeeaal fot Helena: Monday^fair, and linht ehaim ^ In temperature.
Helena,Mont., Dee. ;*i, I KM.
TheHI. Paul I'loneer Press promptly^lumps mm a proposition to let a private^i-oi'|Kiiatlon control the vater aervlee of^thai city. It aaya:
Innil countries mill tlmea the pub^^lic ownership of the sources of water^supply necessary for these purpose haa^I ^ ii l'i coKiilxed. It can no more be de^^nied than the right to the air we^breathe. The city government Iihh aim-^ply SMIeded lo tti ownership, and as
l!i^ a:,. ;il ..f the public It becomes Ita^duly lo furnish the machinery of Ita^distribution; to place It aa fnr na pus-^slide within easy reach of e\ i ry houae-^hold al the lowest rates which will^pay the coat of ita distribution. To turn^ibis natural element oxer to a prhate^i ii i'i.hieii io in ike merchandise of it^for p'.vlU, la repugnant to the natural^si rise of Justice.^^Same here.
Hloryand Klckarda are said to see^points in nn offensive and defensive al^^liance.
EugeneFicdd has written for the New^Tear's Independent a story thai every^^body will enjoy.
ItIs unnecessary to wish InvesllKHtor^QoaT. of N^w York, i II . ijo \ *c^He is bound to have It. anyhow.
Ordersfor advertisements and extra
ntimboi ,f ^ a '
houldbe sent In isarly to-day.
Helenais a pretty tidy little city v/hen^f/ou come to size It up. Head h n; its^account for 1K94 stands In to-morrow s^Independent.
TheHlckards literary bureau Is fnr^and away the best nf tliem all It Is^getting lis deadly work In the columns^Of west side newspapers.
Croker'sviolent and abusive lan^^guage toward Hourke CocErmn In re^^cent newspaper Itlti rviews and the let^ter's refusal to say a word In reply^^hows Cock ran to be the shrewder pot-^Itlclan of the two.
ImmigrationA*, hi Hubbard, of the^Isomer .Si Hi.' (ii.tnde Kailroad coin-^puny, has been In California Investigat^^ion the causes which ha\e led to the^rapid settlement or that state In tho^last few years. He llnds il is the re^^sult of Judicious advertising. In which^main thousands of dollars were spent,^lb sa^s the districts of southern Call-^foinlu have spent more than luki.ooo^during I he past three years, with the^result ili.il the country is settled by au^Industrial class of people, who have set^out thousands of acres In fruits. Al-^iviulv ten fold of the amount expended^In advertising has twen returned In In^^creased products. Mr. Hubbard visited^the chamber of commerce while he wae^in San Db'iro, ami was attracted by the^class of advertising '.hit was done by^that Institution, with the most wonder^^ful results. As evidence of the benefit;.^to be derived fiom advertising, Mr^Hubbard ^|uotes from a report of Dan^I're in.in. president of the Los Angeles^i liamber of commerce, to the effect that^lO.ikk) settlers had come to southern^California as a direct result of adver^^tising.
byNew York reporters, hla hair manifest^^ly cut by a 1'hlladelphla barber, hla hul
seeminglysaved with difficulty from the^pirates by whom he was surrounded at a^Chicago luncheon, while hla overshoes^In re traces of lltiffalo mud. and (here was^an odor of a I'llea cigar n|M^n his person.^^The doctor surrendered at hull.^ i ^ i Ion.^and gave the fellow a ticket for his w hole^family.
HannielKdlaon, of Fori (Irailot. Mich ,^the venerable fill her of Thomas A. Kdl-^son. la now In hla slat year, and la In full^pi.ssisslon ol mII his faeiillti's He la^known locally as ^I'ncle Ham.^ Speaking^of the great Inventor, an old resident of^Eon cliatlot aaya: ^Aa for Tom Edlaon,^why, aa I remember him-well, no one^thoUKht he was very smart: he used to be^called Edison's fool.' I remember how^he used lo sli about I he store w ith his^head in his hands, ahvayr. moping ami al^waya In llu- way. Ills folks or any one^elae always had to speak to him half a^dosen times before he would seem lo hear^oi pa) any attention; and I remember one^day when asked If he ^.i deaf, and I^told him I didn't believe he could hear it^thunder, he throw ed up his head anil^scowled and said: 'I wish I was so deaf^I couldn't hear It thunder nor see It^lighten.'
JL Mino, M
SucocMlullyplayed at the Union^Square Tnoatre, Now York City,^iour '/ears. Th^ longest run over^mads by any company or star In^tho world
Threethorough brut race horses^run 4 ot a mile itx lull and con^^tinuous view ol the aud:ence. Na^deau rival*! No muddy tracks!
Thepossibility for th- attainment^wraith mid affluence which thla country^oflcra Is shown In the career of Isaac If.^Heater, who was bom In sill'cry. He^had almost allulned his majority before^he looked Into a school book. From his^earl) youth he had Interested himself In^politics, and In luler years Hunted eon-^| spU'uously In the reconstruction of Vir^^ginia. His rise In politics STSI rapid. In^July, llkis. he was selected by Ihe Virginia^i onset \ am e state committee lo deliver^the welcoming speech to the lale ^albeit^C. Walker on his eleellon to Ihe govern^^orship of Virginia. He wits a delegate to^the democratic convention which nomi^^nated Cleveland and 11,-iuii u ks. and for^sixteen years waa the trusted friend and^confidential secretary of the l.r. I.:e,iien^am i.ovoriior Dorshelmer. Mr. Hunter la^a real eataie lawyer and is wealthy.
WMW ENBLAWD UAGAZIML
pfi Itoierrrd isata oa sa's at 1 oekwoud ^ drug^^ tors, M0U.U1. Dee. 31. I anal prir^.a.
AsHe Rolls In
Withthe season, th^ llitle New Year looks^bright and full of promise of plenty and^prosperity. Well, he may, since he Is^leaded wllh 110 end of good things from^our stock of groceries. A well provided^table Is the first essential of comfort. Sea^^son ihe season with everything In sauc-s,^relishes, flavors, and extracts and be pre^pared 10 extract the acme of happiness^from life by drawing your lahle supplies^from the right source. Our food list la a^wonder of completeness and cheapness.
wm TURNEK A CO.
APart ol tho Immense Stoolc ot
Mr.Hockefeller's great Chicago unl^verslty Is not only not so rich as Mr.^Stanford's great California university,^but Mr. Stanford's coll xians can wal^^lop Mr. Rockefeller'^ collegians at foot^ball. And that settles It.
RepresentativeMonteath'l bill to pre^^vent corrupt practises at elections will^be Introduced on the day the houae Is^ready for business. It should be made^applicable to senatorial contests and^passed under suspension of the rules.
WhatM ntana was In 1SS4. the sforv^ef Its progress, Its financial s'.itua, the
eondMI4i of its leading Induatrl 1.1^told In to-morrows Independent, will^astonish even Montana reaib is. Hard^tines aa they hiive existed In some^parts of'the world have really not been^known here at all. The figures prove^It
Thetrustees of the Helena public II-^Inacy are awake to the meaning of the^modern library movement which makes^ot the I not I tit t ion a laboratory and^I w akshop rnther than a storehouse,^a common meeting ground and a center^of the Intellectual life of the commu^^nity rather than a secluded out-of-the-^way place. In these days the public^liasTery is becoming a general Informa^^tion bureau, the first place to be^thought of win n one is in search of^knowledge. It la becoming a leading^^ ^^luentloniil force In American life, ex^^ceeded only by the public schools and^MM press.
Thesuggestion of The Independent^that the library be kept open an hour^later at night, until 10 p. m. (thirteen^hours a day. Instead of twelve) has met^wllh general approval. The public will^be gratified when Ihe trustees are able^to ndd this other hour and Sunday^evening opening Knlargenniit M^!o nis is needed to remedy the present^vercrowded condition, and, beside this.^M trustees have other plans In mind^for enlarging the facilities of the instl-^. llttM and giving better service to their^p.it.'ons who have shown such high np-
OtChicago, consisiiug ot
AChristmas^, Surprise for^Everybody
Tothe last generation of Amerb ans, es^^pecially of Nt w Knglainlers. Lowell Ma^^son's name was the commonest and most^Influential name In inurlc. There were j l7a.oon Inventoried value brought to Hel-^hnndreds of \-hurch choirs w here Handel ' ena, and will be rold for Ichh than 5u cents^and Haydn ami llai h and Heethoven were ' on (he dollar.
TheIndependent In 1MT, will be a bet^^ter newspaper than In any past year In^Its history. It will ki\ ^ esp .1 atten-^tlon to the resources of Montana, and^full records of the growth of its many^enterprising communities. These special^features will begin In a few days and^will, we trust, contribute to the rapid^growth and prosperity of the enterprise^Ing towns of the state,
flen.Coxey has formally announced^that he will he ^ 1 andldate foi the pop^ullst nomination for preild^ nt In IMM^and his lieutenant, ('ail Browne, Is nut^with the platform. He declares th^proposition to make fee- sliver the sol,,^plank will not go. ''One faction maj^attempt this^ he snvs, ^but we shull^fight It. The time in coming w hi n w 'vi^jot lo demonetize Isil', gold nnd silver.^Until we reallz tb.t paper backed by^governmentI t!,. ,,nl^ in uo ;
MMrgWill SlWSVa be ln^ i|\ d ^ Thai^la the ultima thule of pnpu n
Citiesare Wliab'\et their lull ibit,, 111 h
makethi m. 11 ^ majo lly of tb^ pe^.^pie of this town believe In 1 greal t utur^for Helena they will mak I | 1^I,o k of faith will keep the cli^ wh v^^tt It, The Indian.i,i .lis Journnl tell an^aaeodote that Illustrates this point:
Ifear that Indianapolis 1^ not yet^more than a three-Story town,^ said a^Oilltcn the other day to (1 a. I,^v, W'al^lac, referring to the tatter's seven,^story bulldiniT ^If we do not atb mp!^to make it mole than a threi^^own,^ said Hp general, ^it will r^ naln^one tor all time I la-lleve In making. 1^a aeven-story city.^ Tin sppll atlon It^obvious.
TheBoston II 1 ltd saj oi Hi k 1^Moor, a suit '.'^ teal the I. g ility of the^tnoratne tax:
'ItIs nut exactly fortunate that th,^^rat suit to test the* constitutionality^of the Income tax should be brought^by sn operator In Wall street who |,^p..pul. 111^^ made laree
urnsof money by virtue of Ids close^connection w ill the senate iIi it.Ii^In Washington and 1. viob 1 ilu' tua-^PlsVS lathe price of Sugur Trust shares^during the past year. Th^ legal nu'-s-^fleM Involved in the auii will ^ t be
1. cclatlon of library privileges.
Themoney spent by the city on Its^public library Is producing large re^^turns In g1 1 itlzenship which will
becomemote and ;n ire apparent as the^years go by. It t-n Is toward a hlgh' l^public life by Its pow er to Inspire, unify^and make effective the best aspiration 1^of the community. And more valuable^than nil is its Improving effect on th ^^lives of the generation now growing^up, in behalf of whom the llbtnry staff^is Inning ipecisl pains.
CountConatnntlio Nigra, the poet, al^present Italian ambassador at Vienna, re^^lates In his lates' book that as a child of
sixhe once played ihe rol^ or an angel at
someprivate theatricals, adding this com
nunt: ^As a child, an angel; aa I man,
adiplomatist how are tin mighty Mian,I^^a ^
MajorMorrill, who has been clo. ted gov-
m i of Kansas, Is a man of Impressive
pttyiiqS. Ha Is over six feet tall and his
japounds of tb sb an well pioporiloned.
lbIs In munv way- tin main 011 of llli
rathe,his place of resilience, and Inefily
atpolar with his neighbor*.
Inthe lib' of thi late ftlSn llu. eland,^v h B has Jai 1 aj 1 earrd in Kimlanrt. It Is
relatedthai orf time ^he and a frb nd,^riding toward London on a very dark^nluhl, lost lln-lr way. Km kland there
ferediemoui. and, taking eg a need^^ful or earth, i... 'i. .| It TJebfldgcr' he^exclaimed, hit i eleglcal nose MKag him^1 bt preelea leeaht|r,H
a a a
M.1'. ChiiHK Is the diploinat of the Chl-^togatlOn In Washington, whose thor-
eaghknow ledge of Begheh makes him
llumedium of eornmnnication helsTsig^tl |, - iiion gad thS press and public. Mr.^Chtmg Is a Yale graduate and a member
sfthe Delta Kappa llpstloe fret rnity. Ha
I^ age of the irSt of the Chinese )ffb lain^gbla to speak gsttghsh wllhoiit a trace of
a a a
(leuCassias M. clay'^ roomy old man-^Slen, fVhlt'hall, Is full of handsome ^n-^tli|tie fiiiiiltut^^ that would delight a 1 ol-^|i tni Ainoiig ihe oilier rare ai Hides In^llu kOUse are portraits of tin Cggf Alex^111 d. 1 and the royal family, presented lo^g. C|ay by the empetor himself. The^ofi KeetBekteS has always dlspeii--e,| 11^line hospitably ai Whitehall. It Is one of^th' show plecei of the gtge Urass region,^and \lslioia, tenet billy feminine ones, are^^ hi rmlngly entertained there.
a a a
A.Conan Doyle wns astonished when a^^ He . 1.mini told him ^In would rather^have g ticket to his lecture ihnn the fine.^^Hi theeefhl he was traveling incognito,^and asked llu man how he found him out^The mon replied iliat ^he knew lilm 11* a^m mber of the Cabmen's Literary guild,^to which ih- |,sHirer s Itinerary had been^li !^ '.lapli. d lu : .Kale - . and thai he re,
aamlnadDr Dngla to ha the man. because
hlacoal lapels had been evidently grasped
almostunknown names; but there was^not one In which Ixiwell Mason was not^looked upon aa a master. Our fathers and^mothers all sang ^Hamburg'' and ^lloyl-^ston^ and ^Hethany^ and ^tilmutx^ and^^Mear;^ and there were f. w Ni w lOng-^land people who hud not seen, or whose^11 csins had not seen. Lowell Mason con^^ducting musical conventions. To every^^one who remembers this unique Influence^It will be a delight to read the thorough^^Hlala upon Mason by Fiancls II. .looks,^in the January number of the New Kng-^Muul Magaxlne. to see the porlralts and^other valuable pi. lures wlib h Illustrate^the article, and to sing on Sunday nights^ihe ganag famous eld tunes which are^here reprinted. Lowell Mason was surely a^great force in our musical and rcllroous^life, and this fine tribute to him Is some^^thing to be grateful for, A dear friend of^Lowell Mason's waa Lev. 8. F. Smith.
theauthor of ^America.^ 1 mlI It was
Masonwho flrsi married that famous na^^tional hymn lo music ami set It In circu^^lation. Mr. Smith contributes lo this num^^ber of the New Kngland a most Interest^^ing chapter of remlnlacences of Mason,^which will be read as eagerly as Mr. Jenka'^article. ^Christ Church Hells,^ a finely^Illustrated article by Rajnh Adams Cram,^will also appeal especially to musical peo^^ple, aa well as to the patriotic. Mr. Cram^makes the recen( revival of (he penliug^of the bells at the old North chinch In^Rnstea the occasion of a plea for more^^lllanhaVa and artistic attention to the^whole matter of Ihe ringing ami peallni:^of our church hells. Haih llffe College^^tin Harvard Annex^Is Ihe subject of a^fully Illustrated article by Helen Leah^iCi ed. In this number of the New Kngland.^Miss Keed Is herself a graduate of the^college, and traces lovingly (he story of^Its notable growth. James I', llaxter, the^president of the Maine Historical society,^01.tributes a valuable article oh ^Ita-^lelnh'a Lost Colony,^ Illustrated by many^n piodui Hons of curious sixteenth century^Irawlngs. There is u beautifully lllustrat-^^d article on Iturllngton. Vermont, by Q,^1 Henedlct. one of the articles on New^Kngland cities by which this magazine au^^la als so warmly to lo*al interest. ^A^Chapter of Alaska,^ by C. K. Calsii,^brings to light an Imporlaiii episode .on^ted with our tlrst occupancy of Alas^^ka. ^Hy Way of Panama'' Is a chaiming^liapler of travel by Ibbn M. North.^The Passing of the Squire.^ by F.dwurd^Peg lilt, is an interesting study of that re^^markable social fact In Kngland. There^are some excellent stories In this number^of the New Kngland. and hair a ,'oTen^poi Bat, besides the brlyht things In the^Omnibus.^ The Kdltors Table Is do.^voted to ileorge William Curtis. Wgrtl I^Kellogg. Publisher, I park H'tuare^liOHtun.
Alsoa $.r,.n(lfl stock of Meyer ^ Co.'s Rub^^ber floods, Including Overshoes. Sandals,^Alaskas, Knee and Hip Hoots In all sixes.
Also.10(1 pair of Tailor Made Pants from^a Chicago tailoring establishment, all go^for 13; worth double.^Call now und get first choice.
DAZZLINGDISPLAY OF HOLI^^DAY GOODS.
BeautifulPresents that meet all^Demand.* and Eat sly all wants.^An Unequalled Assortment and a^variety to suit all taslea lu
Whilewe cannot describe or enumerate^out great variety of elegant aUractlons,^we are very glad to show them to all vis^^itors. We claim for our stock general ex-^et Hence In quality. Immense variety and^n i sonable prices. Whatever your wants^may be we can meet them with beautiful^and appropriate selections. .
A.Goldberg, 9 S. Main
Monday,fler ni. n^)|^For looking backward through the year;
Alongthe way my |ael have pressed.^I see sw.ei plans everywhere,^Sweet places where my soul had rest i
-Phoebeenry. 1 for 1 nu,nbur of years the official^Watch regulators fw both the
Wassurely phenomenal as far as^we are concerned.
Thestandard ol excellence we^have always kept up to has^^riven us a very flattering trade^and we appreciate it. We have^many new things' that come in^this week should have been here^before. Aiming them are new j^designs in small novelties that^have been so popular this season.^As ^verv one knows we are and^always have been the leaders in^tine Watches, We have been
$1.150Prick cottage on Fast Hide; five^rooms, pantry, cellar, clly wa(er, barn^and shed; corner lot, one block from^electric line; t'M down.
ll.ii.kiNeat frame cottage, corner Benton^and Peosta avenues, one block from elec^^tric line; five rooms, pantry, closets, city^water; lawn and trees; Hail down, bal^^ance on three to six years' time at six^per cent.
11,5,7)Modern dwelling, corner Chaucer^and Htatc, hull, five rooms, bath, hit^and cold water, large closets, sewer con^^nection; an attractive and well built^house; $550 down.
17*1Forty acres near Lump Oub-h : right^In the locality where the mining boom Is^In progress; two good cabins, stable,^fences, a fine creek passes through the^properly, and there are large springs on
.ii; easy terms.
Ji'ijOfor a two-thirds Interest In four prom^^ising prospects on buffalo creek.
IH'KAKKAHT.Bated Potatoes. OeMeh^with Criam. Iliukwheat Hhortcake.^I'.nad Apples. Coffee.
IHNNKit. Ileef (pot pui.U) Potiitoi .^Ciibbage. White and Itrown llread and
Better, Batee! Mg4e DnaaHnga with
Sauce.Oranges,^gl 'ITKK. Ilr, ad and Batter, . Cold^Meat. Apple Sauce. Cocoauut Cake.^Milk.
Appleliunipllncs: pare r.our iippb s and^r^ move the coie; make a crust us for^ciism bi-c ult, roll thla and cut round^pii i ei*. wrapping eegh apple separately,^bake until Well done. Hi rve with sugar^arid i res in, or maple syrup,
CoioanulCuke: plain luv^r oik^ wllh
softfroe ting, and geeetceied aeoeannl be.
twnii und over the top.
Herein un amusing linguistic ^ misulta-
|tOnOil Hie Hllbjei I ot the ^|e||oii 11ii. i 1 .on o|
th'velocipede lu different languages: la^Fi, iieh It was called celerifere and velosb^fere. Then came the words hhqrete, bl-
y . i III.-, ct-loee nnd ill la t . lo. Thi
vcnl heeggka, which has glee been given (o
it,is taken hem the erget, n.^ atfaaetegy^is ankaeern, u signities simply BMehlne,
InKalian It Is i ailed rekgntere, veioi i-^p, de and In. i. leilH. 'I'lo- same in ripaniBh^In (Jermany It Is fanad of simply | ol,^)ub( as In Kngllsh th^-y say ^wheel ^ The^Chinese call It sumctimoa ^gHiigmn,^^which means ^foreign horse,^ and some,^tlmea ^fed hal. ' ^flying machine ^ They^also call It ^tail Isun,^ carriage ili.it pgaa^arkheel horse,^ I'.at the palm must lie^gl\en to the Flemish. In Malting lo the^appellations ^snelwlel,^ ^voetwlel,^ etc..^ggfJM ot the wags on the hanks of the^l^cault have huptlseil this nftaaed Sea*
tISptioll Willi (lie celltlpeile liitlne, ^i J ^-
greatTi anscuntinental lines. We^CM assure you there has never^b'cnsmh aline display of Im^^ported and Domestic Watches as^we are now showing. The price^is right, too.
OurCrystal Wear is the most^complete line in the Northwest.^| We are closing out this branch of^our stock and have made prices^v^ay down low. Sterling Silver^Ware and Silver Plated Ware in^abundance to suit any and all^tas'es and Docket books.
MATHESON ^ GO
Suitsmade to your order at
P.uitsmade to your order at
Whynot make your Holiday Gift, along- ihe line o' uaefuinigi.^Ws httve Homo rare tria's in tlie way of bargains in our UentV Fur-^niahiog Goods heparin,out. There ia Quilling that tiloasos a gen^^tleman aa much ni nioe
Wehave tnken greut rnre in loleotitg tlioie Jiickots, oral I niw^they are tho best there is to be had^-possibly not the finest that ;r ^^displayed, but if you consider values at oil you will tin I thoso Jack-^eta far outstr p the msjority of Juikdta displayed. The p o is low.
Aflno lleinatitched JnpHDeBe Silk llu: dkerchief makes a Tory^'.nndaotne preaeot for a gentleman. The ut.cn no are aelling a-e^direct importation!. There ia no tunny protlt addenl. You can jud, e^for youraolf -when wo ^ 'iitiou the price you'll under^tan 1 'Jj: eaoh.
Anall Silk tie for :^.^ in rery cher.p. You cannot bop how we can^sell them for that money. Well, wa couldn't if we bought theui aa^some murchuntB do. But we didn't^we bought them of an over^^loaded house that'o all. We'll veil them 1 n tho Bume basis^ere bought them.
Hehas made tho finest Ncckwenr in this 0 untry for years. We^have one of the Intgost 111..I nicest displays this eeaaon we have ever^had, ot this celebrated make. Price from Mo up,
Theyare always ncceptBble as a present. All of natural wood^handles we have marked way down. 1\\e quulity ia nice ml the^assortment is complete.
Allkinde, from tr-o heavy working glove to the finest kid. The^glovo wo tiro talk ng a ^;rent deal about is a Dot; Skin Glove. It is^not noiv on this unu'ket, but tlie price is new. In this way ^we ask^about nne-hilf what other merchant* ink. It's to your advantage to^buy your Ciiribtiiiai Gliivcs for your brothers, etc., ot us. Mittens^for boys iu wool uud kid.
We'e nearly clceeu ^^^ mr trunk*. We a-e not replenishing the^etojk we are going oiu 1 . . 0 trunk businoi^. You buy a trunk of^us and you get it at wholesale cost.
We'vesold nn immense number
ofGvuruoata this season. We've^had to leiilenish our stock twice already, lie last lot urnvedNit-^^jrda.. wo have Hu m diapli^y^^tl now. 'Ihey range in prico from^eo,ttf Mad JO and upwi rda.
ITSt'ns-O ir fl't Suit plui ffia the pcblic. Thia is nn ovation
to buy un ull wool Suit Ipf iUK We're Belling them every day.
In'N'TMP Sour Hats, Caps and Fur Urerooate, Mad^other articles wo have no spico to mention hore.
Willsell you 11 (Gentlemen's White Lstindsre l Shirt for ffifc
CPPOblTLGRAND CENTRAL HOTEL.
Flench!^ aelgg ni. I ilyelna. scourlnK 1 y^French tiroeesH. riuali, woolen, vetvetg
andHtik iraeeea, gsgiieaaea'a gartaeeta,
kidlilovia. feuthera, fura, lacea, rurtnlua.^allk anil woolen uiuUrweai and neegtles.^HallMfitetlon Ku.ininteeil. li.iinind lie. t,^gear Hotel Heleaa, llilena, Montana. Not^1 ^ ^ 1 . n ii.l^ for kiiiiiI) left over two^inonllia. Urilera culled tor at nny part ot
Allkind 1 of merchandise and other^riclKhtf. tin ludlna ores, iirom.itly trans,^ferred from e d, pot. orders will r^.^1 eive |iiiuii|ii attention. Offices at J. Kehi-^berg's store and at the depot.
}fl ^^ ll all lump thai lightl u-adilj
THAU.PREKK ANI^ II Mill CO A I,^TitANHI-'KlcKltH AND I'ullWAItliKllH^i'ITY OmCl Nn III N MAIN HT TKLRPHONH No 7
Thatburns with vtry little smoke thnt makes^only one-tiftli as much ash as there is coal used^^ihat ftays intact^that does not clinker- that^that gives n steady heat, that is a Montana product.
Isthe coal that pleases.^It the coal for you to use
BtflfOfl,Carpenter ^ Co.
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