In the IMTE'R^MOVJVTA.IJV
are "Read by Everybody and They
RESULTS, and Thafs What
the ^/TDVERTISER Wants —
ALL REPAIR JOBS LEFT AT 40 W.
Park can be obtained now at 18 E.
DIVORCES OBTAINED FOR PARTIE3.
any part of Montana, without pub
licity. Address box 34. Butte Mont.
energetic salesman, school
supplies. Country work; $100 salary and
commissions. R. O. Evans & Co., Chi
WANTED—WOMAN COOK, FOR THE
country. Steady employment. Box
WANTED—CHILD TO CARE FOR.
541 Nevada avenue.
WANTED—SIX MINER* FOR IDAHO.
Single hand werk $3 day. Twenty R. R.
men surfaee work. St. Paul Employ
ment office, 17 W. Granite street- Phone
JF YOU WANT HELP OF ANY KIND.
It would be to your Interest to --.«ply
at the Royal Employment and Co.tAc
tion Agency. 33 W. Granite. Telephone
ENERGETIC SALESMAN. SCHOOL
supplies. Country work. $100 salary
and commissions. R. O. Evans & Co.,
FOR SALE CHEAP HORSE, HARNESS
and buggy. 1105 Nevada, South Butte.
FOR SALE—BED ROOM, LIBRARY,
and kitchen furniture. Inquire 166 W.
$1,000 BUYS 5-ROOM BRICK HOUSE
and large corner lot, South Butte; must
be sold at once; a snap. McMillan &
Floyd, 47 East Broadway.
$125 lots in McFarland addi
tion; title perfect. McMillan & Floyd.
47 East Broadway.
FOR SALE—A HALF INTEREST IN
an established fire insurance and real
estate business. Prefer an experienced
man, or one who has the ability to
master the business. Address T, Inter
FURNITURE IN HOUSES FOR SALE
In all parts of the city. Oechsli, 124 W.
REAL ESTATE SNAPS—$1,450 BUYS 15
acres, improved; 5-room house; ?C0
fruit trees; half mile from Hamilton.
$875 buys 120 acres, five miles from
town: 100 fruit, trees; abundance of
water; SO acres fenced; located in fruit
belt; fair buildings.
$7,000 buys 200 acres; comfortable build
ings; 125 acres under cultivation; 1,300
fruit - bearing trees; abundance of
$C00 buys 160 acres unimproved land,
some timber, nice fruit location. Write
us for particulars and our new spring
list. Ravalli Abstract Co., Hamilton.
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS. SEE
house; rorner lot; $400.
house; lot 36x100; $950.
and 3-room; rents for $35; $1250.
modern brick; west side; $2100.
brick; 3-room frame; good loca-
east side; rents for $45; $2000.
brick; 2-room frame; $13C0.
- S. M. WADE
30 East Broadway.
I'OR SALE—FOUR-ROOM HOUSE
anfl barn on Shields avenue at a bar
gain; lot 30x108 feet. I have $50,000 to
loan at low Interest. Alex Hall, 43
Fast Broadway, ground floor.
FOR SALE—FINE THOROUGHBRED
Plymouth Rock eggs. 825 South Mon
FOR SALE—WELL ESTABLISHED
business on We3t Park street, with
a high-class trade. Court thorough
investigation. Address P. O. Box 1105.
One Cent Lcr Word.
NOTICE to co-owners.
To Andrew Elstrom and his heirs, exe
cutors, administrators and assigns; Ton
are here.by notified that we, Erick Rehn
and Erick Harmon, your co-owners, has
in accordance with the provisions of sec
tion 2224 of the Revised Statutes of the
United StaLs. expended in labor and im
provements on the Linda Quartz Lode
mining claim, the sum of $100..00 for the
year 1897. the sum of $100.00 for the year
1898. the sum of $100 00 for the year 1399,
the sum of ?100.0C for the year 1900. as
the necessary annual labor thereon, as
required by taw. The said claim is sit
uated in Summit Mountain district. Sil
ver Bow couiVv, Montana, being the
claim In which you are the reputed joint
owner of an undivided one-third interest.
And now that you, Andrew E'strom,
and all persons interested In said claim,
are hereby notified that if within 90 days
after the expiration of this notice by
publication, you fail to pay to the under
signed your portions respectively, for the
said four years representation of ihe said
claim, being $33.23 1-3 each, or the sum
of $133.33 1-3 in all, according io your res'
interest in said claim, .he same will ves!
In and become the sole proper ty of th*
undersigned, as provided by 'aw.
Butt*. Mint. March Ï. 1991.
Fleet Insertion March 2. 1901.
NOTICE TO CO-OWNEUS.
To Pat O'Neil and his heirs, executors,
administrators and assigns: You are
hereby notified that I, De-.nis O'Donnell,
your co-owner, has '.ti accordance with
the provisions of section 2324 of the Re
vised Statutes cf the United States, ex
pended in labor and improvements on the
> 'mirai Dewey Quartz Lode mining
claim, the sum of $100.00 for t! e year 1899,
c-d the sum of $100.90 for the year 1909,
a- 'n- ne< ^ssary annual labor thereon.
•3 rt^-lrtl by law. The said claim is
FOR SALE—FRUIT AND CIGAR
store; splendid stand on Main street;
owner wants to so Into another busi
ness; $630 will buy it; $400 paid down
and you can take possession. Chas.
L. Smith & Co.. 33 West Granite 8t.
FÜRN |S H £D ROOMS,
FOR RENT—FIVE ROOMS, FUR
ished for housekeeping. 306 West
FOR - RENT — FURNISHED HOUSE,
five rooms; close in, on West Broad
way. Investment Realty company, 37
West Granite street.
TO RENT—TWO ROOMS FURNISHED
or not, at will. No. 718 South Montana,
street. See premises or at r 15, 23 W
Granite street. VV. W. Chapman.
FURNITURE OF 5 ROOM HOUSE FOR
sale. 416 W. Broadway.
FOR RENT-TWO ROOMS Ft. KN'lSH
ed complete tor housekeeping, 219 W.
Suite of nicely furnished rooms, ground
floor, 109 South Idaho street, with elec
tric lights and bath.
FOR RENT—FURNISHED FRONT
room. Modern. 513 No rth Main.
FOR RENT—NICELY FURNISHED
outside rocni3. 343 East Park.
TWO OR THREE FURNISHED ROOMS
nice!y furnished on the West side. Man
•nd wife only. Addies3 K care Inter
FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOM FOR
light housekeeping. 10 North Wash
TO HOME BUILDERS— 150 DESIGNS
and plans for cottages and houses,
ranging in cost from $1,000 to $10,000. P.
J. Donohoe, Architect, 33 W. Granite
WANTED—INVESTORS AND HO.ME
seekers for improved or unimproved
farms or town property in St. Anthony,
Idaho and vicinity. Unlimited water
supply and stock range. For particu
lars address or call on T. B- Weller,
agents, Idaho Colony Co-, 47 E. Broad
FOR SALE—HORSE AND BUGGY.
Apply 1247 E 2d street.
•'STANDARD" SEWING MACHINES
for sale or rent. National Under,
takers, 114-116 East Broadway.
YOUNG MEN—OUR ILLUSTRATED
catalogue explains how we teach bar
ber trade in eight weeks, mailed free.
Moler Barber College, Omaha, Neb.
STENOGRAPHY AND TYPEWRIT
Ing. S. W. Shier, coroner's office. Butte.
____________FOR RENT. __
FOR RENT—KITCHEN AND DINING
room of the Chapin House, 916-922 Utah
avenue, Butte. Good refrigerator in
FOR RENT—19 ROOMS OF THE MOU
ier block. Corner Broadway and Aca
demy. Furniture for sale. Apply 20
FOR RENT—FURNISHED HOUSE, 5
rooms. Close in on West Broadway.
Investors Realty Co., 37 West Granite.
FOR RENT—EXTRA LARGE PARLOR
suite of rooms. 306 W Broadway, Butte.
FOR RENT—5-ROOM FLAT, WEST
side; modem; porcelain bath tubs,
electric lights, hot and cold water, for
$30. Reynolds & McDowell.
tu re for sale.
RENT AND FURNT
21 South Montana.
FOR RENT—NICE TWO - STORY
barn, with electric light and wat*r;
two rooms upstairs for drivers. Apply
M. A. Berger. Inter Mountain office.
FOR RENT--FOUR-ROOM FLAT. IX
quire at this office.
DR G. D. BRYANT. OFFICE 16 W.
Broadway, parlors 9 and 11.
One Cent Per Word.
situated in Summit Valley Mining dis
trict, Silver Bow county, Montana, be
ing the claim in ■ "hieb you are the reput
ed joint owner of an undivided one-fifth
And now yotl, at O'Neil, and all per
sons interested in said claim, are here
by notified that if within 90 days after
the expiration of this notice by publica
tion, you fail to pay to tire undersigned
your portions respectively, for the said
two years representation of the sail
claim, being $21.00 and $21.00. or the sum
cf $42 in all, according to year real in ici
est in said claim, the same will vest in
and become the sole property of the un
dersigned. as provided by law.
Butte. Mont Feb. 5. 1901.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
(Mining Application No. 4363.)
United States Land Office, Helena, Mon
tana, April 18, 1901.
Notice is hereby given that Emily J.
' Opie, whose postoffice -address is Butte,
Montana, has this day filed an appli
I cation for a patent for 1041.5 linear feet,
j tire same being for 5S9.5 feet in an east
; erly and 435 feet in a westerly direction
j from the point of discovery on the Spring
j Hill I.ode Mining claim, situated in un
I organized mining district. Silver Bow
I county, Montana, the position, course
j and extent of the said mining claim, des
! ignated by an official survey thereof, as
I Survey No. 6172, Fractional Township
No. 3 N., Range No. 7 W., a notice of
which was posted on the claim on the
ï 12th day of April, 1901, and being more
particularly set forth and described in
j the official field notes and plat thereof
on file in this office as follows, to-wit:
I Beginning at the S. E. corner, a por
j phyry stone 24x10x3 inches, set «n the
north side line of Survey No. 4569, wit
nessed by bearing r^cks and marked
! 1-6172 for Corner No. 1, from which the
; % section corner on the north boundary
MONEY TO LQ^N.
LOANS—MONEY T( ' LOAN AT S PER
cent; no decays. Hall Bros, 46 East
$75,000 TO LOAN ON REAL EST Ax a.
and chattels at special low rates of
Interest. Montana Chattel Mortgage
Co., office 21 Lizzie block. Butte.
MASSAGE—MRS. DUSOLD AND MRS.
Caraon. Sltfe West Granite street.
ACCORDEON, SUNBURST PLAITING
—special attention to out-of-town or
ders. Mrs. Johnston, 111 Dakota.
ARTISTIC DRESSMAKING. PRICES
moderate. Mrs. M. E. Hughes, K47
ELLIS BROTHERS THE PAINLESS
dentists. High grade work a specialty,
at reasonable prices. Office at Balti
more Block. Reception room X.
DR. PHILLIPS IS NOW LOCATED AT
134 West Broadway, where he has
opened parlors for magnetic treatment
MRS. A. BIRTHRIGHT, HAIR
dressing, manicure and chiropody par
lors. Scalp treatment a specialty. 110
LEADING FIRE INSURANCE com
panies. Reynolds & McDowell, 43 K
Broadw-y, Butte. Telephone 31.
DYEING AND CLEANING.
hats cleaned and blocked at
30 North Wyoming.
WEINBERG BROS. & EPSTEIN,
manufacturers and dealers in fashion
able ready-to-wear ladies' gai meats.
15 to 4« Owsley block.
MADAM EDITH A; CIRCLES TULS
day. Friday and Sunday; rtadin;
daily. 416 West Broadway.
A. B. ROMBAUER, AS3AYER AND
chemist. Successor to Carney & Hand,
103 North Wyoming street.
SECRET SERVICE WORK DONE IN
divorce cases and etc. Box 1659, Butte.
REAL ESTATE AMD LOANS.
GEO. W. DICKINSON, REAL ESTATE
and loans. Bitter Root valley hay.
grain and fruit lands a specialty.
Town property lots, blocks and acre
age. Stevensville, Montana.
LOST — COCKER SPANIEL PUI>
about six months old; wore collar with
small bells attached. Finder return
to 227 South Montana street and re
Farms for Sale
C00 acres meadow land, well adapted ftir
stock, nicely improved.
ICO acres of land suited to raising grain,
Choice farm loans, in amounts from $500
to $1,500 at S per cent interest, for sale.
The Gallatin Abstract Co.
One Cen Per Word.
of Ejection 8, Fractin
tal Township 3 N..
Range 7 IV., boars S
16 aperi es
utes and 23 seconds,
\V. 4390.4 feet, and
running thence N. 26
E. 628 feet to Corner No. 2: th
SO degrees 47 minutes, V. 1041.5
feet t •
Corner No. 3; thence S. 2G de
çrecs 2 ;
minutes \V. C2S feet
thence S. SO degrees
E. in: i -,
feet to Corner No. 1,
the place of begin
ning\ containing an
area of 14.
The location of this mine Is record«-1
in the office of the Recorder of Silv a
Bow county, on page ..... in Bock "17—
of Lode Locations.
The adjoining claims are; Survey N"
709, the Glen Egbert Placer; Lot No. 65
B., W. Egbert Smith applicant, on th
west, and Survey No. 4369, the Old Mai I
Lode, Patrick A. Largcy applicant^ Hin
M. I. BAKER,
United States Claim Agent.
(First publication April
SHERIFF S SALE.
Simon Lewis, plaintiff, vs. Patrh
To be sold at sheriff's sale, on thaillth
day of May, A. D. 1901, at 2 o'clock pi; m .
at the front door of the court hours«, in
the city of Butte, county of Silver Bow,
state of Montana, the following-de
scribed real property, to wit:
Lots Nos. 1, 5, 38. 40, 41 and 42, in
Block No. 2 of Cobban's First addition
of the city of Butte, according to th
official plat and survey thereof on file in
the office of the courtty clerk and re
corder of Silver Bow county, Montana.
JAMES B. FUREY,
Sheriff of Silver Bow County, Mont.
By P. L. MILLER. Deputy Sheriff.
Dated April 19. A. D. 190L
We consider the fol
lowing list of properties
the best we have offered.
$1,700—4-room brick on South Mon
$375—lot on Placer street, 42x100.
$1,550—4-room frame, on Io\> a
avenue; sewer, sidewalk and
grade taxes T>aid.
$2,200—business lot on East Park:
$5,200—double 5-room modern flat
building on West Broadway;
rented for $95. A splendid in
$4 ,700—7-room modern brick on
West Side; furnace and every
convenience. Rented for $50.
$750 up—lots in the Crosby & Silver
Bow Park addition.
$500—lot on the original townsfte.
$1,650—3-room frame on N. Main.
$700—double 3-room frame, close to
the mines. Rented for $28.
$1.500—10-room house. near the
mines. Rented for $35.
$2.300—4-rcom brick on South Main
$950—double 3-rootn frame on
Delaware avenue. Rented for
$1,050—4-room hard finished house;
wired for electric lights, street
car, one block from Main, south
end. Rented for $18.
$700—lot on West Copper between
Alabama and Excelsior.
$650—lot on West Silver.
$1,850-4-room solid brick, bath on
$2,300—fine 4-room house, hard
finished, good cellar, sewer con
nections ; lot 35x115 on Colorado
New Bee Hive Big.
BUTTE EXCHANGE FURNITURE
company. 42 West Broadway, largest
house of its kind In the west. Deal in
first-class second hand furniture. Pay
cash and highest prices. Bay, sell, ex
change, pack, ship, do storage and
commission. Agents for Cedarine Fur
niture polish. None better. J. Chau
UEV. F '..7EL EARLE, SPIRITUAL
Medic.« Gives readings daily. A cat.
on this gifted lady will convince the
most sk. ntical. Circles Sunday and
Wednesday evenings. No. 47 West Park
street. Iliom 3.
mazie, palmist and scientific
card reader; reliable advice on busi
ness transactions, love affairs, mar
riages, divorces, etc. Reading, CO cts.
311 West Park street.
palmist ever in
the worl <Ts
ist and clair
daily on all
affairs of life.
work is entire
self-styled clairvoyants. No darkened
rooms or cabinet, but everything done
in the broad, open light of sober sense
(and you in possession of yours) He posi
tively refuses to accept a fee in advance
for readings or special work until he Is
through, and not then if you are not per
fectly satisfied. His information and ad
vice on marriages, divorces, separations,
love and family affairs, business trans
actions, law suits, etc., are accurate and
truthful. He reunites the separated,
settles lovers' quarrels, causes speedy
marriages, locates hidden treasures, re
moves evil influences, cures fits and
drunkenness, advises you as to whether
cr i.ot you will be successful in mining
ci' business. If your land contains min
er? I, oil or gas. He looks into your hand
r-:d tells you what ails you, and often
mes gives you back your !ost nerve
und energy. No matter what trouble
you may have call and he will help you.
Palmistry taught. Mediumistic persona
developed. 75 West Park street, second
floor new postoffice building. Office hours
10 a. m. to 9 p. m. Home all day Sunday.
2 Times _ _
One Cent Per Word.
iwner of the
-use located at
• il t H Ar:
ind known cs
•al House," am
h Lamarche, li
whatever in th
n that I
am in no \\
or which may
by my said
Three ''Limited" Trains daily making
connection at Chicago with all Eastern
Cheapest rates and 5uperb Service via
hr F«lder, containing maps oi
Buff ala and Exposition around*, and
con^tete intonaation In regard to Houis,
Boarding Houses, Rates, etc.
J. P. ELMER..
Qea'I Passenger Agt„
CHICASa, ILL i
A good remedy, and there Is not any
Ihing on the market that equals French
Tansy Tablets for the relief and cure of
painful and irregular mense. These
tablets remove all obstructions, no mat
ter what the cause. Manufactured by A.
Augendre, Paris. France, and for sale
only by the Newbro Drug Co., Butte
Mont., sole agents. Price $2 per box
sent by mail, securely sealed.
You are going to Denver and you
want to know the best way to get
That's easy—take the Burling
ton route by way of Billings, Mont.
You can leaave Butte at 2:20 p.
m., today and be in Denver at 11:30
P- -M. tomorrow only one night on
the way. Tickets and berths at this
« c PH i L » Da WIELS, Agent,
35 £ast Broedwav, Butte. Mont.
The only transcontinental line
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tion tu the train conductor.
Scenery Unequalled in The World
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U. f. McBRIDE
It you are going home—to vour childhood s home,
this year, remember that the Northern Pacific leads
to everybody's home.
You can go bv way of St. Paul to Chicago, or St.
Louis, and thence reach the entire east and south. Or,
you can go to Duluth, and from thence use either the
rail lines, or or.e of the superb Lake Steamers down the
lakes to Detroit, Cleveland, Erie, and Buffalo, the Pan
Start right, and you will probably arrive at your
destination all right, and to start right, use the Northern
Pacific, and preferably the North Coast Limited
train, in service after May 5th.
Any local agent will name the rates.
CHAS. S. FEE.
Gen. Passenger Agent, Si. Pan . Minn.
Cor. Park and Main Sts
Arrive ; Depart
No. 13, East bound '..
8t. Paul Express, j 11.43 p,Hl.
No. I I, West boun I 1
Puget Sound Ex- ; a is n _
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No. 14, East bound
Local, for Ilfl. i
lings, st. Loula, I
City and Denver.. 1
No. 13, West bound
from Bil'jngs. g-, i
Louis, O ,t. a b a,
Kansas City aid
Gvxrlao.t Local to
<nd from all
pointa west ......
Mixed, to White
hall, daily except
and Pony, Mon
day and Friday;
leaves and arrives
from N. P. Local
Freight Depot ...
Short Line to Denver
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Club Life on Wheels
Attched to "Great Northern Fly
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at St. Paul and Minneapolis with
all Limited and Fast Mall Trains
for Chicago, New York and the
For St. Paul and East,
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Great Falls local, daily 9:46 p. m.
From St. Paul, daily____10.00 p. m.
From Great Falls and
Helena, daily .......... 3:45 p. m.
FULL INFORMATION FROM
City Ticket Office, No. 41 North
Main Street, Butte. J. E. Dawson,
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H.O.WILSON, General Agent.
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