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Mcntcni's largest Grocery Store
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Bakery
To*day
This is a great day in our bakery
d part ment- We have by far the
finest and largest assortment of
dainty, light, fluffy rolls, cakes.
pound ....................... 25 C
Old fashioned apple tarts, 50c
a doz n. each ...............
Fancy jelly rolls—These are
extra fine, made with abso
lutely pure jelly, each .....
Genuine German buns,
2 lozen ....................
5 C
20C
25 C
l ; m a mon twis's. "
feather," 2 dozen
as a
25c
Two Dozen
25c
nicy French ro'.s. rusks, sand
h 1 ui - ", drop currant cakes, targe
ar and ginger cookies, la.lyfm
s an 1 aim .;..l au 1 cocoanul mac
is, jail.: i >.
le ah ,ve at
zen .......
square ....
Green Vegetables
il l Mil
per bui
Green t a
, sound ar. 1
choice, pound ..........
Fancy as; ar-gtts,
pep poun d ...............
Ftvsli rhubarb
per poun 1 ...............
25 C
5 C
IOC
2C
t hoiee
pound
X w cai
caulirtowt
per
IOC
4 C
5C
*'/F
20c
IOC
Is. beets anr tur
nips. pound ................
Iters, tomatoes, ettc.
Also fresh lettuce, celery, cucum
Fresh Fruits
r.nall size, juicy lemons,
per dozen ..............
Fncy ripe bananas, today
each ....................
Fancy ripe bananas, tod
per dozen ..............
Cranberries, today, per
quart .................
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BROTHERS
tiOOD GROCtRltSCHE/\P
4 7 W. Park Phone 68
SJiujday Spocjnlj
Good Groceries at Low
est Prices
Moris Necr Cash Grocery
107 5 . Main St.
Vounz Dr:.-.' Cvion
alio Tea
In delf, pound pa
ckages..
5 oc
Sunset S. & S.
Natural
l eaf Japan Tia,
pound packages...
in half
25c
60c
pound............
Spider Ltg T- a, lief
60c
best, pound......
Gun Powder, v 1
•y fine.
pound ...........
50c
Strawberries,
box..............
15c
Good Size Sweet
Oranges.
per dozen........
20c
Large Juicy I.cm,
»ns, per
dozen ............
15c
Bananas.
per dozen ........
Our Best Butter, in
5-pound
20c
tubs, $1.25; or
pound ...........
single
25c
If
y our
Children
Eat our Candies
they will he healthy
as we use only
pure wholesome
Materials in our
Candies, even
those we sell at
least money.

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BARNES
Successor to Morris
70 W. Park Phone 57
HOMESEEKE11S' EXCURSION TICK
ET
To nearly all points in the Unitea
States on sale at all ticket offices of the
Chicago Great Western Ry„ on the first
and third Tuesdays of each mot th,
January to June, 1901. at the very low
homeseekers' rate of one fare plus $2.00
for the round trip. Tickets good for
return within 21 days from date of sale,
persons contemplating a trip will save
money oy ca ling on any Great Western
Agent and obtaining detailed informa
tion regarding the homeseeke-rs' rates,
or addressing F. U. Lord, Cen. Pass.
Agt„ Chicago. t£
Thousands of Boys and Girls
Will Go to the Gardens
Arbor Day.
Pursuant to the proclamation of
Governor Toole Slay Mta lias been set
aside by the schools of the city of Putte
as Arbor day. The occasion will be ob
served with more than the usual for
malities and tree-planting will have a
place In the doings of the day. The
children of the public schools will jour
ney to Columbia Gardens on the street
cars and spend the day there, carrying
out their programme of tree-planting
and enjoying the outing among the trees
and flowers. It is expected that at least
5,000 children will be at Columbia Gar
PROF. YOUNG
City School Superintendent.
dens that day. Manager Wharf in of
the street car company is making prepa
rations to carry that number of the lit
tle folks to the place and there is every
evidence that the day will be a grand
success. The children of the public
schools, the parochial school children
and the young men and women who at
tend the business, college will be given
an opportunity to journey to Columbia
Gardens free of charge. There is only
one condition imposed by the street car
company that controls the beautiful
place that will be the scene of the Ar
bor day festivities: the flowers must not
be picked. All the little folks are per
mitted to have all the fun they want
but they must not get too near the gay
flowers and carry them away. If each
of the boys and grils who spend the day
at the Gardens would pick one flower ine
place would be desolate indeed when the
Arbor day festivities were over.
Origin of the Day.
The celebration of Arbor day finds its
origin in the action of the State For
restry Society of Nebraska. This or
ganization was form d to bring about a
more tolerable condition upon the tree
less desolate plain , of Nebraska. The
the plains of the state was begun in the
early period of the-state's history. The
plans of the organization include yearly
t'.ee planting and the encouragement of
tree culture and the efforts of tile or
ganization m >t with flattering success,
Julius Sterling Morton, the man v. ho
i: rr.-dited with being the full r of
Arbor day. was tli" editor of the first
newspaper ever established in the state
of Nebraska. lie lent the support of
his pap - to the work of promoting tree
culture in 'b state and became identi
fied with the State Forestry associât! >n
and assumed the leadership of the move
ment organized to promote tree culture.
He u as f,.r a long term of years un» o f
the leading citizens of the state of Ne
Gem Concert Hall
Missoula.
Frank J. Pierce
Prop, end Muna^sr.
First-Class Vaudeville
Every Ni^ht.
Florence Steam Laundry
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TIT rCR A KINO
when we have put the finishing
touch on your shirt, collar and 1 c iff.
Jurt like new, without. £.ny varia
tion in color or fine finish, is yj.ir
linen when it is laundered at the
Florence Steam Ltundry.
Telephone 115 . Missoula.
BISHOP & KERN
MISSOULA.
If you have any trouble
with your cemented tires
creeping on rim, get a Good
year clincher. They are nude
to fit any rim and guaran
teed not to creep. We have
all the best nukes of tires.
braska and was appointed by President
Cleveland to the office of secretary of
agriculture, holding ortice for the term
beginning in 1891!. As early as 1874 Mr.
Morton secured substantial recognition
for his pet scheme to set aside one day
of the year for planting trees and the
Nebraska legislature took favorable ac
tion on a bill introduced to make this
day a legal holiday in the state of Ne
braska. Since that time oth.gr stater,
have followed Nebraska's lead and the
custom of observing Arbor day has been
generally followed by all the stales m
the union.
Plans of the Teachers.
The day before Arbor day is, the time
set apart by the management of the
Butte schools for the exercises com
memorative of the beautiful custom that
lias been established by the schools of
the state. There will be formal exer
cises at the Gardens on the day the
school children journey there for their
holiday. On the previous day. in the
afternoon, all the schools of the qlty
will introduce attractive features in the
programme of t lie day and songs, pc eins
and music will take up the hours de
PROF. P. A. LEAMY,
Principal Butte High School.
voted to the celebration of Arbor day in
the school room. At the high shcool
the 400 pupils of the institution will
meet in the big assembly room and tiie
exercises of the day will be complete and
impressive. The programme of the gen
eral exercises of the day has been print
ed in tiie Inter Mountain and there is
every indication that the exercises on
the holiday will prove a delight to pu
pils and teachers alike. Fair weather
will contribute greatly to the succ'èr.sfp]
observance of the day. Smiling slrfes
will make the day one of gladness to the
thousands of Butte boys and girls.
Chicago Restaurant, under Luxtqn's
new nifat market, ft. Main, reopened,
greatly improved in fixtures und ser
vices. Pest for least money. *
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the City
Council of the oily of Butte has passed
Council Resolution No. ".17, a resolution
declaring the intention of the City
Council of the City of Butte to grade
Idaho street front Porphyry street to
Gold street in the City of Butte.
The estimated cost of making said im
provements is seventy-five cents fier
linear foot of Ute property bordering
upon said street within the boundaries)
mentioned.
The resolution for making said im-!
provements is entered upon the Journal
of the City Council, to which reference
is made for a further description of th<i
boundaries to be affected or benefited
by said improvements,
The time for hearing objections'' trj
said improvements was fixed by the slid
resolution on the 8 th day of May, 1901;
at the council chambers, in the city hill;
at eight o'clock p. m. !i t
J. P. CALLAN, City Clerit 1
Dated May 2, 1901.
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NOTICE. ; . .
Notice i". hereby given that the City
Council of the city of Butte has passed
Council Resolution No. 346. a resolution
declaring the intention of the City
Council of the City of Butte to grade
Fremont street from Main street to
Delaware avenue and Delaware avenue
from Fremont street to Front street In
the City of Butte.
The estimated cost of making said im
provements is sixty-five cents per linear
foot of the property bordering upon said
street within the boundaries mentioned
The resolution for making said im
provements is entered upon the Journal
of the City Council, to v.Mich reference
is made for a further description of the
boundaries to be affected or benefited
by said improvements.
The tint" for hearing objections to
said improvements was fixed by the said
resolution on the SLh day of May. 1901.
at the council onambers, in the city hall,
at eight o'clock p. m.
J. P. CALLAN, City Clerk.
Dated May 2. 1901.
GEORGE FRÏNGLE
Manufacturer and
Dealer in
AMERICAN AND 1
ITALIAN MARBLE
Scotch, Swedish
and American
Granites.
Montsmentsjab
lets and Head
stones.
A large stock of the above always
on hand or manufactured
to order.
Designs Sent on Application.
My facilities for producing and fur
nishing the finest finished
work in the state are
unexcelled.
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TOURNAMLNT OP MONTANA
STATE ASSOCIATION.
TO BE HELD AT GREAT FALLS
Eighth Annual Event Scheduled For
May 17, 18 and 19—Grounds Will
Be Open For Practice May 16—Rules
Governing the Contest—Special
Railroad Rates For Five Days,
Final arrangements are being per
fected for the eighth annual tournament
of the Montana State Sportsmen's Asso
ciation at Great Falls, May 17, 18 anl 19.
The tournament will be under the aus
i
,
ALEA IRVINE,
Treasurer of the Tournament.
pices of the Great Falls Bod and Gun
club, ami will be open to all amateur
shooters, except in prize events which
will be limited to members of the asso
ciation. The annual meeting of Urn as
sociation will be heid in the Phelps
block Friday night May 17 at S o'clock.
The tournament promises to be an un
qualified success. The trap shooters
throughout the state and particularly in
Butte are much interested in the va
rious events to be contested for and a.
large number of entries are assured.
The grounds will be open for practice the
day before the tournament. On tha^ day
blue rocks will be three cents each to
shooters.
The shooting will be under tiie Mon
tana State association rules from Maii
gautrap?,' rapid fire system. According
m
c. H. SMITH,
Secretary State Association.
to the rules the shooting will commence
•promptly at 9:30 o'clock each morning.
The charge for blue rocks will lie five
cents each and the charge for live pig
ieons will be thirty cents per bird. Sho .t
:ers will not be allowed to call "no bird,"
except at their expense, until five balls
have been thrown, to start the bird.
In ail events of twenty-five birds or
under squads vvi 1 scoot out. All ties,
for cash will he divided. Under no cir
cumstances will entries be allowed after
the last squad has begun firing.
The association management has se
cured a special rate to the s.hoot. The
fare from all points on the Great North
ern. Montana Central and Great Falls
and Canada railroads, will be one and
one-third. Tickets will be good for five
days.
The officers of the Montana State as
sociation are J. M. Gaunt, president.
Great Falls: J. Ward Huse, vice presi
dent, Fort Benton; C. H. Smith, secre
tary, Butte.
The officers of the Great Falls Rod and
Gun club are, C. J. B. Stephens, presi
dent: P. B. Gallagher, vice president:
Hugo Nalbach, secretary: Alexander Ir
vine, treasurer and J. M. Graunt, cap
tain.
PUBLIC NOTICE.
j At a regular meeting of Butte Work
1 Ingmenä' union of W. L. U., held on
j Friday evening, December 21. 1900, it
< was voted 'hat on and after May 1,
I 1901. a day's work performed by mem
I hers under its jurisdiction shall consist
I of eight hours, at the minimum scale
! of $3.00 per (lay.
j Published by order of Working» »na'
: 'union No. 5. W. L. U.
j J ' J. W. DALE, I re»
T. W. JONES, secretary.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given Gnat the City
j Council of the city of Butte has passed
j Council Resolution No. 348, a resolution
j declaring the intention of the City
Council of the City of Butte to grade
I Maryland avenue from Second street to
Front street In the City of Butte.
The estimated cost of making said im
provements is seventy cents per linear
foot of the property bordering upon said
street within the boundaries mentioned.
The resolution for making said im
provements is entered upon the Journal
of the City Council, to which reference
is made for a further description of the
boundaries to lie alTeeted or benefited
by said improvements.
The time for hearing objections to
Grand Opera House
DICK P. SUTTON, Manager.
Coming Attractions
May io and n
Blanche Walsh
May i2 and 13
Loie Fuller
May 16 and 17
The Evil Eye
May 19 and 20
Nathan Hale
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said improvements was fixed by the said
resolution on the 8th day of May, 1901,
at the council chambers, in the city hall,
at eight o'clock p. m.
J. P. CALLAN, City Clerk.
Dated May 2. 1901.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that Council
Resolution No. 349, a resolution levying
a special tax for defraying the expenses
for tiie purchase of private property
for the purpose of extending and open
ing Galena alley from Renshaw alley on
the west, extending easterly 285.5 feet,
in the City of Butte.
The said resolution was duly passed
by the City Council of the City of Butte
at a regular meeting held on the 1 st day
of May, 1901, and is now on file in the
office of the City Clerk of said city, and
is subject to inspection for a period of
five days.
Objections to the final adoption of said
resolution will be heard by the City
Council of the city of Butte at the Coun
cil Chambers in the City Hall, at its
meeting which convenes Wednesday,
May 8 , 1901, at eight o'clock p. m.
J. P. CALLAN, City Clerk.
Dated May 2, 1901.
Montana Book Co. r
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$1.50 Books
For 50c
^ .Sill Late "BooKs
N0NTAIMA BOOK CO.
209 North Main St. Phone 294
W. H. KLEIN. Mar.
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2 Richards
j The Butte Undertaker
3 " Practical Undertakers Phnna 107
and Embalmers 1 ,,u,,c ■»*»»
104 W. Park Street
tii£Ü 2
Staying
Qualities
Often gives one "that tired feeling"
which will be easily dispelled by a good
glass of Butte Brewing Co's. beer. The
staying qualities of this pure and whole
some beverage have made it the popular
appetizer and tonic, for it contains as
much nourishment as a good square meal
at any time.
BUTTE BREWING CO.
Phone 252. 220 N. Wyoming St.
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Stallion Prochein. Reg. No. 23532 «f
By Prodgal; Dam. Helen T. by Electioneer; Second Dam Manett by
Nutwood.
Best Bred Stallion
IN MONTANA.
NoBtett®rAnywj«22i
Will Make Season at Butte Race Track
Where He Can Now Be Seen.
Nearly 16 hand» high; Mtid bay; very tendsomr, fine gattsJ and fast.
Calls aN bays, good loakers and wall gaUeJ. <
Only a limited number of mares will be accept« 1. S
Julette ..
"A Story of Old Kentucky," by
Lucy Cleaver McElroy..
No book of recent years has
aroused more interest. Absorb
ingly interesting and thoroughly
original both in style and motive.
EVANS- BOOK STORE
114 N. Hain St.
J* T. Carroll
Arizona and Platinum
Streets m: '■g Butte
A Most Complete line of
Carriages of Finest Qaa!=
ity and Nobby Styles.
Stanhopes, Road Wagons, Traps,
Surreys, Top Luggies, Carts. Etc.
Mitchell Farm and Spring Wagons.
Oliver Chilled and Steel Plows.
Planet, Jr., Cultivators
farb W ire, Etc.
Northern
Grown....
SEEDS
Especially adapted for this soil and for*
this climate. Flower, garden, lawn and
Brom us Inermus. The last named seeds
are frost resisting, drought defying, just
suited for ranches in Montana. They will
make them money..
Christie & Leys
■ 2 N. Main Street
At the Heart of Butte.
If we had not been convinced that Gal
logly's
SEÄWEED
eREftM
Is the best thing of the kind we would
not have bought the exclusive right to
manufacture it. We know its superlative
value for face and hands. 50c a jar.
Description
Gallogly's Seaweed Cream comes only
In large blue jars, with white band label,
showing mermaid In sea shell.
Sole Manufacturers
PAXS0N & ROCKET ELLER
Red Cross Drug Store. 24 West Park
J. L>. McGREGO R
VETERINARY SURGEON.
Honorary graduate of the Ontario Vet.
erlnary College, Toronto, Canada. Treats
all diseases of domesticated animals ac
cording to scientific principles. Office si
Marlow's Stable*, 1C4 South Main street.
Telephone 293. AH leases promptly at
tended to.

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