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The Benton weekly record. (Benton, Mont.) 1880-1885, May 10, 1884, Image 6

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BOOT and SHOE
SHO P,
FRONT ST., FOET BENTON,
Made t! i Made to
Order, Order.
A -rlers Fr~mplUy Attended to.
TLES . §HACKEL
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, O. YARD , Proprietor.
The Price of Board at this
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T a: mranurfacttr-.g and i: i: Ber of :he best
c a:t. tctledi or t :he kec. D-eiiered to fam
Ies iria par:~ of te c:y. The ~al:n :s carry
ing the f nes: rock of ow:es and iCquors ever
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CHOP HOUSE,
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Mrs, DENA MURRAY,
Proorietr es!
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BOARD 1BY DAY OR WVEEI-.
First National iank
OF HELENA, No. 1649.
ORGANIZED 1*66.
The Largest Capfit l and arpt:,- a-_
F:czeer Nat:cna1 Bank of Monta:a,
DESICNATED DEPOSITORY
OF THE UNITED STATES
Paid up Capital $500,000
Surplus & Profits 230,000
ASstCIAJTED BANKS :
i trst National. Fort Benton. M1. T.
Mis-oula National. Missula. NI T.
First National, Butte. 31. T.
Total Capital and Surplus.S1.OOO,OOO.
. T. HAUSER ..... .. .Prent
A. J. DAVIS . ... Vice President
E. W. KNIGHT ...Cashier
T. i. KLEINSCHMIDT . . Alistn:t Cashier
We transact a general INanking business. and
buy at highest rates. gold =:st, coin, gold and sil
-er :ulliaon, and local ecurties: and sell ex
enange sci telegraphic tra, -fer- availajue in all
parts of the United States. Le Cranadas, Great
Er alIn. Ireland, and the Continent.
C i,:-c : .ns made and pro,0cee`.i remi'ted prompt
Board of Directors.
. T. H_-SER. JOHN CURTIS.
A. i. HOLTER. R. S. HAMILTON
J tI. II. NG. :. IHIGGINS.
E. WS KNIGHT. A. J. DAVIS,
HEi \RY .I. PARCIHEN, T. C. POWER,
T. 11. KLEINSCHMIDT.
T. C, POWER & bRO
Wholesale and IRet il Dealers in
DRY OODS
NOTLON_ LOTB!NiD AT rA AP BOOPI AND SHOES
CeontireOý 's Furnishing Coods,
Furn. :d CA-pe.t off all Grades
Fanc. Staple rocerie
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Wines, Liquors, Beer, Ale, Cigars and
BA3XR St -PLIES !
Agricultural Implements,
Wod'- Ikeap)ers and )I,,zr- r Hlae,=,, ]'lows : Tv-ine B3 ind r
and Extri4- : Hay Itakes aiid (Tardening Tools, all of the
Be.tL and :,Itn t Reliable 3lakes.
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ap . . :r-. Z_- , _ - itt&7k-:ý'
Iud~zoemeuts to the WhoHale Tradee
Low Pries and First-Cass ~oods.
T. C. POWEIR &BIRO. 1en ion M.T..
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lift 2, iv i-r ci in
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Dry Goods. Notions, Gr~c~ceies, Drugs, Hoots and Shioe-. ¬`i¬ li
v Jg. .t anti Caps, Hardware. Wtdenware.
r'cKery. Hre. Wool Sock" and
Twine, Teni-% Wa on Sheets.
:` A(RLCULT1JRAL UIPLEMENTS, ETC.
AG--~S "I 0y
WOuIIYS IMPROVED) MOWERS, 1 1I'GOOD' >ULKY PL: .
IMPROVED SULKY RAKES. i TDBKRWAGONS.
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NTOTICE TO CREDITORS.
in tQ Probrtte 4 n he C: r:t: U '. 4 teau,
Territory oi Mo:.:za.
In t:he mazttr of I: e-.t o An:la .rmAr,.
w.th thd n eess :l " vS-,..' -:. with;-n,:. ,t: f ·rr, month:.:
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at.trnfE. it Fort ; zt,. ..j . d ,:r=tt ,= T ;
rl..k4ry.
S., f:-:rf ts.e est;-- .:t: of -::, -t : .fR .
Dat ~+- March ~. .-:
TOTIIICE TO 4RELDIT'ORS.
Estate of Thomas Hale). Deceased.
OTICE it s .-' . vn " C :. ::ndE rsiCned., -
asd,,o th_ .re- r< : i .al ironsh.~
P-" e .r-t ,u ,an n 2f ti : -- i.:, sa iad
`ib au. c r at t , -n - , hv -- aft T. C . 1', w, r
I G. BAKER & Co..
FORT IREVLTON . *tOb4T_%N.a.
D i'e` EEPARTU E F,.
Finding that our rapidly increasing sale% arei o4
attend properly i to all onr forn mer ki pe - of s od2
quieensiware, and will confer oltr . £. a
nave ~ ~ ~ "nw 4rdot u ar w r , moll"=j-~
Hat ý: cOd t o CSt; foL ,Z a
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luL e TIS TITLE CHEA PET,
PA1 Th
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}New Two-Story Frick
{ WELL FURNISHED
TERMS.-$2.OO PER DAY.
VEGETABLES, 11 Lo::j .: js
Poultry, Oysters,
FISH,
Eggs, Butter & Fruit, MI LK DA R Y
On Main Street, PATICK 31171T Y,
Near Centre Meat Market.
S o.dn¢e for .tale are !:,vir. t, ,!i t ,t ;U
:Ge firm who wil iri_:: t:oom {he " L1Ji.Ž
Sthe iigh-,t m:2ket prici-.
Crearr avd Rutter.
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