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PATRONAGE IS SOLICITED,
And All Orders Will Receive
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The Best Conducted Restaurant
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So Popular :
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JOoursL E. WHATLEY.Try.
JOEL E. WHATLEY.
No More Delays
Go Z8T AN WEST fIr
Noi them Pacific R. R.
The Dining Gar Route and (reat
Short irne to all
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J. A. LEWIS. UGSrl AseM.
TAKE THE 8CENIC ROUTE
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POPULAR SHORT LINE.
bseween .j m. ''p e Hfrum .e. ¶7uv
low Open for Paaneger Traic.
SOLID THROUGH TRAINS DAILY.
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BUTTE AND ST. PAUL.
Train lemaes Buttie daily 8: a. ai.
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THE ROCKY FORK COAL COMPANY
Is pow Prepared to Deliver Coal from its
MINES :T RED LODGE
To consumers in this city. For domestic and steam purposes
Rocky Fork Coal has no superior in this market. It lights readily,
makes hot fire andmleaves little ash. Try it.
Principal Office: Room 25, Pittsburg Block, Helena.
Ole4bru Bros. Idr, Heena... s es Co.nel Comnpna. Aaeeoada.
.. L. Boaer Co., De Lodge. A. Fraser, Billins.
The Miners' Lu.ber Comapany, Butet, Geo. T. Young, Uivtnma.
0. E. Mii Park CIyt. Beri Bros., Town .
Barasb BI Timaer. W. B. White, Stllwater.
JOS. F. 7MrURRAY,
Haring parebasd the burin... formerb conducted by James McNty is now pre.
pard to furnish hbl customers with the Sest brands o
Domestic, Imported and, Key WeV Cigars
To be found in the dity.
PRFIITS IID CON P.CTIOIY BRY
uerrb ad seLse. A, we aorlWd stoek of STATIONWRT.
JOS. F. MURRAY, - - Main Street, Anaconda.
BARRET & JAC!Y'S
Il1e1plls I St. lauls Rlara
-AND THrE AMOUS
ALBERT LEA ROUTE.
Two Through Trains Dalty from
St. Paul asd Mlspw.
WU wed au U wt t hi rat Tra.
EAST AND SOUTHEAST
The IMtr and (ly LIe Running Through
Minneapolis and Des Moines. Ia.,
VIA AZL.UT LA AND PORT DODOL.
Sold Through Trains ketwoo
Minneapolis & St. Louis
And the Prt1 pl Itres of the MIsslsdpp. and
Moak u . i naIn wat son ur alon p aUe.
Many beenr m td. ans the ONLy LI nKn
ansd Ahi Topeka & Te eta e Rat e way.
ose soe ikua made i Union Depot with na
trains of the Mt. Paul. Mlnneaoulls and MaI:to
bta Northern Parile, t. aul a Duluth Mail
ways, trom ad to
All Points North and Northwest.
REMEMBER N" R^."" og
rf ,..t if the Mtincurlriis
WY. louis aitlway wre comnlusd of Cu'omfmtabte
Dary C'om~h M area PullMhman =J enn
Cars. Heeortea ieUing Chair Cars au our Jus
Palace Dining Cars.
m Itbs. of banagew cherked FREE. Fare al
way aus low as-the towst. For tIme tab
throuh tikets, etc., all upue the narest Lckke
agent or write to
C. H. HOLDRIDGE,
Geal Ticket nad Pass. Agent,
ST. PAUL RY.
fs the Fast Mail Short Line from St. Paul
md Minneapolis via La Crosse and MlU
raukee to Chicago and all points n the
Eastern States and Canada. It is the only
line under one management between St.
Paul and Chbcago, and Io the Finest
Equipped Railway lb the Northwest. It
is the only line running Pullman Drawing
Roon Sleepinag Cars with luxurious mok
In. rooms, and the tinest dining ears in
lbe world, via the famous "River Bank
Route," along the shbores of Lake Pepin
sad the beautiful Misslssippi River to
Milwaukee and Chicago. Its trains con
meet with those of the Northern lines in
ihe Grand Union Depot at St. Paul. No
change of ears of any class between St.
Paul and Chicago. For through tickets,
time tables, and full information apply to
any coupon ticket agent in the North
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