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Montana's Largest Grocery Store
Fancy
ßheese
If you're fond of real Rood fancy
rhres ■ you ought lo visit this de
partment. We have a splendid as
sortment of rich, tine flavored im
) orte 1 cheese, beside all the choic
est productions of the domestic
markets. We are thoroughly pre
pared to please your cheese taste,
r I matter how exacting it may lie.
You have to sec and taste them to
appreciate them. Drop in and sam
ple them tomorrow.
Fromage De Fumomhert, soft
and rich, per cake ..........
Xeufchatel an Î Hap Sago
cheese, each ..........
Imported Breakfast On
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Fancy
each
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'herse,
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Roquefort
se. per \
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f*ese,
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Brick
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se, per ;
pound
35 e
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7 Ÿ 2
5 C
. 25c
20c
60c
25c >
25c
McLaren'» Imperial in jars: 2
pound jars. $1.15; 1 pound
tin.-; 1-2 pound 30c. and club
size ...................... 20 C
Mc-Laren's Roquefort in jars,
large size. 35c, small size.... 20 C
Double Cream Cheese, a rieh
mild, soft chees . finely fla
vored, per pound ... ........ 25c
Full Cream Cheese, has a
slightly sharp taste which
pleases many, per pound .. 20 C
BUTTER
Our delicious "B B" Butter
the butter in which purity,
sweetness, cleanliness and
elegant flavor are combined
5 lbs $1.25: per pound ...... 25C
FLOUR
No. 1 Hard wheat Hour makes
fine, light bread, per 100.
12.50; sack ..................1*25
Quaker Flour. The finest
parts of the finest Dakota
hard wheat, per 100, $2.75:
sack ......................1-40
Lutey Bros
Up-to-date Grocers
47 VV.Park Street. Phone 68
For Wednesday
and Thursday
Moris Neer Cash Grocery
107 s.
Main St.
FRESH STR A\Y BERRIES,
box ............................ i:
BANANAS—fi
ne unes —dozen...20
ORANGES-N
dozen .......
ext to largest—
LEM* »N.S— Jui
dozen ........i:
EATING Al'P
EES, fine, f> lbs...-'"
STRICTLY F
EGGS, doze
KESH RANCH
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OUR BEST B
UTTER, 5 pound jai
$1.20, per pound ...............
NEW POTATOES, 7 pounds ...
GREEN ONIONS, 3 bunches..
PIE PLANT, per pound ......
GREEN FRESH CABBAGE,
pound .........................
Fresh
French
Creams
Are the Only Kind
fit to Eat
Our creams are the purest possi
ble to make, equal to any on
earth in quality, and are always
fri sh.
50c a Pound
BARNFS
Successor to Morris
7 G W. Park Phone 57
HOMESEEKERS' EXCURSION TICK
ET
To nearly all points In the United
Stales on sale at all ticket offices of the
Chicago Great Western P.y,, on the first
and third Tuesdays of each mot *.h,
January to June, 1501, at the very low
horneeeekers' 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 by calling on any Great Western
Agent and obtaining detailed informa
tion regarding the homeseekers' rates,
or addressing F. H. Lord, Gen. Pasa
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SX AXE NEWS. I
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BRITISH CAVALRY AGENTS VISIT
TIRA VERHEAD COUNTY.
FOR SERVICE IN SOUTH AFRICA
Ranges Being- Depleted by the En- i
thusiastic .buyers—Only Drawback
to Wholesale Purchase Is the Lack
of Animals Fat Enough to Stand
Shipment Across the Seas.
(Special to Inter Mountain.)
Dillon, May S.—J. M. Conway, the Bill- .
ings man who has been in tIris section for :
the past week buying saddle h uses for .
service in the British army in South
Africa, left Tuesday morning with over ;
100 head of good saddlers, which he !
had purchased in the immediate vicinity |
of Dillon. The horses were driven to .
Sheridan, where lie lias over 100 head ;
already collected. H. T. Boatman of
the upper Ruby valley, will also bring '
down about 35 head of saddlers to Sheri- ;
dan for the same purcha-,-r, and at Wil- !
low Creek, Gallatin county. 20 head more ;
will be added to the shipment. The
horses w ill lie loaded at Twin Bridges |
Thursday afternoon and shipped to Bill- j
ings, where they will lie inspected by j
tile agents of the British government
on the 11th of May.
This is Mr. Conway's second trip into
this section after horses of this class, the
other visit having secured 200 head. He
intends, should anotner contract be let,
to visit this section again in the near ;
future, as there are plenty of the kind
ot horses wanted by the British in this 1
county, tlie only drawback at present !
being t liât they are not in good enough '
ilesli to stand shipment.
CHANCE FOR A LIVE S 1 0CK WAR
Sheep Camp Burned Near Dillon—Had
Been Threatened in the
Past.
(Special to Intern Mountain.)
Dillon. May 8.—Word has been receiv
ed in Dillon that the Reeder sheep camp
on Sage Creek in Madison county, was
destr. yed by fire a few days ago. The
camp was all intact Sunday when some
Dillon people passed on their way to
the Ruby valley, and when they return- i
ed Tuesday, its site was marked by a j
heap of ashes. An attempt was made to J
burn the same camp last season, but it '
failed. A better job was done this year. I
the material of the corrals and pens be
ing all piled in a heap and the fire set. 1
It is supposed to be the work of some of |
the other stockmen of that section who I
have lost no opportunity to worry the
sheepmen during the past two years. The
camp belonged to J. E. Morse of this
city, and was upon ground which he had
filed upon.
WANT TO KNOW THE POLICE
Dillon Aspirants Lett in Suspense
Pending the Appointments by
New Mayor.
(Special to Intern Mountain )
Dillon, May 8-—The new council has as
sumed control of the affairs of the city
with Mayor White presiding. To the dis
appointment of a number of applicants,
tiie mayor announced that he would de
fer naming the police officer until latter
in the month, when the appointments
would be made to take effect the first of
June.
Dr. A. E. Brooke was appointed as the
health officer of the city and Mrs. S. D.
Hooker, Mrs. N. M. White and Frank
Eliel were named as tlie board of library
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William Roe, Vice Pres.
A. L. Stone, Cashier. : J r
State Bank of Dillon I
Incorporated August 1, 1899. -ÿ
Capital $50,000, Dillon, Mont. $
A general banking business trans- 0
acted. Correspondence solicited. 0
Director: F. L. Graves, William '<
Roe, Martin Barrett, Joe Sninober
ger. A. F. Graeter. A. L. Stone. 0
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I First National Bank
I Of DILLON, MONT.
Z Capital and Surplus
$150,000.00
* A General Banking and Exchange
Business Transacted. Corre.-pond
I, ence Solicited.
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for the present.
Well Known Montana Horseman.
(Special to Inter Mountain.)
Dillon, May 8.-Word received here of
the serious illness of James Madbvni.
at Twin Bridges, was soon followed by
tile news of ills death, before the arriv
al of medical help.
Mr. Madison was a horseman of some
prominence and is well known to near
ly all of the fanciers of the light har
ness horse in the state. He has madti|
a specialty of fitting up and breaking
fancy drivers for market, and had 1»
one time been a driver of note. He lias
hail a number of horses in this section
till v. inter, which he lias been break
ing at the race track, near town. He.
went to Twin Bridges a few weeks ago
and contracted pneumonia, which proved
fatal.
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FIREBUGS WORK AT HAMILTON
Town Has a Narrow Escape From a
Disastrous Conflagration —Two
Buildings Burned.
(Special to Inter Mountain.)
Hamilton, May 8.— What threatened to
be a repetition of the disastrous lire
that swept this city last August:
narrowly averted yesterday morning,
when an incendiary tire was started in
the See bidding on Main street.
Just at daybreak, smoke was seen to
be issuing from the roof of the building,
which is used as a restaurant and lodg
ing house. The alarm was given, and j
by heroic work the firemen succeeded '
in confining the fire to the See building !
and the one next to it. occupied by Matt J
Rlindauer as a saloon. The damage done i
is about $1,500 in all, with $500 insurance {
on Blindâmes property. The other was
not insured. ;
Rags soaked in kerosene were found in 1
tlie rear upper room in the lodging house. 1
where tlie tire was first noticed. There ;
is little to indicate who was the incen
diary. It was a fortunate thing that the
fire was seen before it gained much
headway, or otherwise the whole busi
ness part of the city might have gone.
BASIN FIRE WAS^ INCENDIARY
Nothing But the Absence of Wind
Saved the Entire Town From
Destruction.
(Special to Inter Mountain.)
Basin, May 8.—Later estimates of the
damage done by the fire here yesterday
morning show ttiat the loss is not so
great as at first reported, the total loss
being in the neighborhood of $10.000 or
a little less. The greatest loss is that
of tlie Union hotel, the building being
worth about $2,000, and the furniture
about the same, with only $800 insur
ance.
There is no doubt that the fire was of
incendiary origin, as it was blazing in
at least three places when first discov
ered. Starting in a vacant building as
it did .there could be no other reason
alb le explanation, even if no evident--*
were given to support the belief.
i 'onsiderable loss was occasioned by
the breaking of store windows on the
opposite side of the street from the fire,
by the intense heat. The fortunate fact
that no wind was blowing was all that
saved the whole business part of the
town from destruction.
State Appeals to Land Office.
(Special to Inter Mountain.)
Helena. May 8.—When the slate in
stituted a contest in the Bozeman land
office, a few weeks ago, against tlie entry
of J. H. Bradley for some land in Carbon
county, the local office rejected the claims
of the state. A11 appeal has been made
by the general land office on the ground
that tlie finding should have shown t He) I
entry to be fraudulent, not a bona fide,
homestead, and that the land had be. n
settled on prior to being surveyed. ,
THE PAN-AMERICAN EXPOSITION'
HELD AT BUFFALO, X. Y., MAY
1ST TO NOV. 1ST, 1901. u
On April "Tth and daily thereafter the
Chicago Great Western Railway will selb
through excursion tickets to Buffalo,good,
to return within fifteen days, at a fare..
and nne-tliird for the round trip.
A special rate for every Tuesday in
May will be one fare plus $1.00 for thê f
round trip. These tickets will be gooff 1 -
leaving Buffalo until midnight on the*
Saturday following the day of sale.
The lowest iates will always be in
force on the Chicago Great Western rail
way, and its equipment and accommoda
tions are unsurpassed.
The company lias issued a neat illus
trated folder, giving a map of Buffalo
and of ibe Exposition Grounds; a list of
hotels; time-card of its trains and their
eastern ..-inections, and muon other val
uable information.
Chicago Restaurant, under Luxton's
new moat market. S. Main, reopened,
greatly improved in fixtures and ser
vices. Best for least money. *
BOULDER HO. SPRINGS.
The Great Northern railway will sill
round trip tickets, Butte to Boulder an 1
return, including one week's board an 1
bathing privileges at Ho: Springs hotsl.
at a rate of $13.89 each.
J. B. REYNOLDS,
£ Grand Opera House
T DICK P. SUTTON, Manager.
TWO NIGHTS
Friday and Saturday and Satur
day Matinee, May 10 and 11,
Notable Engagement of Amor
iea's Distinguished Emo
tional Actress,
Blanche
Walsh
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More Than Queen
Tile Most Gorgent 1 :« Production
Known on the Stage.
N< iTE—Owing to the length of
programme, the curtain will rise
promptly evening at 8 o'clock
and matinee at 2 o'clock.
Sutton's Theatre
Dr. Rucker's Big
Company
In Changes of play nightly. The
largest company of its kind in
the world. &
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The King of all Medicine Com- dr
# panies. Admission 25c to all A
A parts of the hout.-. Y
RACE TRACK PRIVILEGES.
At 2:30 o'clock p. in. Tuesday, May 2 ,
bids (.which must be accompanied by cer
tified check for one-third of the amount
bid) will be opened for the privileges at
tlie race meeting of the Montana Jockey
club, to be held respectively at Butte,
June 29 to August 3, 31 days; Anaconda,
August « to August 21. 17 days: and at
Butte, August 26 to September 7, 12 days,
making 43 days at Butte and 17 at Ana
conda. The privileges for the sale of
the bars, ineludig cigars and tobacco,
ladies 'and gentlemen's.lunch coûter. n ice
cream ad soda water stands, boarding
house, fruits an dcandies, popcorn and
^peanuts, and check room. Bid includes
all the above mentioned privileges. Make
separate bids for Butte ad Anaconda.
Right reserved to reject any or all bids.
Further information furnished o appli
cation. Send bids to E. D. Laurence,
general manager, P. O. Box 22, Butte,
Montana. »
For full information and Pan-American
Felde s, addre-s any Great Western
Aient, nr . P. Elmer, General Passen
ger Agent 113 A lams St. Chicago.
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First National Bank
Of Billings
Paid-up Capital - $150.000
Surplus ............ 10,000 I
P B. MOSS. President.
M. A. ARNOLD. Cashier.
S. (!. REYNOLDS, Assistant Cashier.
Directors
G. W. WOODSON, P. B. MOSS
JOS. ZIMMERMAN. M. A. ARNOLD,
S. G. REYNOLDS.
Drafts issued on the principal cities of
jlie United States and Europe and Hong
Kong, china.
Transact a general banking business,
Collections promptly made.
Yellowstone National Bank
Of Billings.
Ca.pitad........$50,000
Surplus.......$20,000
A. L. BABCOCK, president.
DAVID FRATT, Viee-Pres.
G. A. GRIGGS, Cashier.
E. H. HOLLISTER, Ass't Cashier.
DIRECTORS.
A. L. BABCOCK, DAVID FRATT,
G. A. GRIGGS. ED. CARDWELL,
PETER LARSON.
Regular Banking in all its Branches.
' Safe Deposit Boxes Rented.
Special Attention Given to Collections.
Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Ex
change.
First State Bank
OF LIVINGSTON, MONTANA.
CAPITAL - - 7r7T ~
$40,000
Incorporated under the laws of
the State of Montana.
'JOHN W. VAN DOREN......President
U H. VAN DYCK........Vice President
«V. B. DOLKNTY..................Cashier
J^I.EX LIVINGSTON..Assistant Cashier
......................Assistant Cashier
'a general banking business transacted.
w r Collections attended to promptly. We
î promptly,
draw our drafts on all the prin
cipal cities of the United
States and Europe.
DIRECTORS:
, John W. Van Doren, stock grower.
,• Livingston; L. H. Van Dyck, stock
■grower, Horr, Montana; P. J. Nolan,
merchant, Livingston, Montana; Chas.
S< hustrom, Hamm Brewing Co., Living
ston; H. J. Miller, attorney-at-law,
Livingston, Montana; Guy Hunter,
stock grower, Clyde Park, Montana; W.
B. Dolenty, cashier, Livingston, Mon
THE MILES BLOCK,
Livingston, Montana.
Everything thaf-e ^fetu in
Office
Stationery
Loose leaf blank books and PRICE
BOOKS.
Have you seen Ted Kennedy's famous
Baseball Mitts. They are the very latest
im provement.
EVANS BOOK STORE
114 N. Hain St.
J. T. Carroll
Arizona and Platinum
Streets 'A N Butte
A Most Complete Line of
Carriages of Finest fyual*
ity and Nobby Styles.
Stanhopes, Road Wagons, Traps,
Surreys, Top Buggies, Carts, Etc.
Mitchell Farm and Spring Wagons.
Oliver Chilled and Steel Plows.
Planet, Jr., Cultivators
Barb Wire, Etc.
Makes He ns Lay
Pratt's Poultry F ood
Guaranteed Egg
Producer
Least expensive and most successful
of all foods.
SURB CURB
For Chicken Cholera, Roup, Gapes and
All Poultry Diseases.
Pratt's Foods, for all kinds of animals.
Right in the heart of Butte.
Valuable Coupon in
Each Package
Christie & Leys
12 N. Main Street
At the Heart of Butte.
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$1.50 Books
Tor 50c
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MONTANA BOOK CO.
209 North Main St. Phone 294
W. H. KLEIN. Mgr.
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Avoid Xan
Avoid Freckles
SEAWEED CREAM will prevent, will
Cure TAN, will prevent FRECKLES
MAKES NEW SKIN.
Description
Gallogly's Seaweed Cream comes only
In large blue jars, with white band label,
showing mermaid in sea shell.
Sole Manufacturers
PAXS0N & ROCKEFELLER
Red Cross Drug Store. 24 West Park
|dr. huie pock
£ 12 Years in Butte.
j, Generation doctor ot C'tilna tvom
Û grandfather down. Born and
2 schooled in the profession. Treats
£ all diseases, making a specialty of A
K chronic troubles. Consult me be- a
2 fore you waste your life away. m
jg 227 South Main Street. JÙ
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§ Stallion Procheiü. Rep. No. 23532
By Prodgai; Dam. Helen T. by Electioneer; Second Dam Manett by
Nutwood.
Best Bred Stallion
IN MONTANA.
No Better Anywhere.
Will Make Season at Butte Race Track
Where He Can Now Be Seen.
Itearly 16 hands high; solid bay; very handsome; fine galted and fast.
Colts all bays, good lookers and well galted.
Only a limited number of mares will be accepted. ^
I STATE SAVINGS BANK I
S John A. Creighton ......President
S 2' W ' Kta P> e t°n .. ..Vice-President '
5 ?' M. Hodgena ............Cashier;
* „ H °J«ens .......Asst. Cashier !
> R. B. Nucko lls ...... Asst. Cashier!
Under state supervision and Jur
Isdlctlon. Interest palt on de
m posits. a
4 Sells exchange available In all j
A the principal cities of the United
K States and Europe. Collections
5 promptly attended to.
K Transact general banking business j
Directors—J. A. Creighton. Oma
ha. O. W. Stapleton, A. H. Barret,
E. D. Levitt, S. V. Kemper T. M.
Hodgens, J. O. Hodgens.
g « or. Main amt Park Streets, Unite !
aw
Under State Supervision!
Pays B per cent, on savings de
posits. Interest compounded quar
terly.
Pays 7 per cent, on time certifi
cates of deposit, not subject to
check.
Issues savings certificates ___
building and loan plan with def
Inate time of maturity and definite
payments.
Loans on rest estate to be repaid
In monthly installments running
from one to ten years, to suit bor
rower.
Trustees—Lee Mantle, president;
Chas. Schatzletn, vice-president;
Fayette Harrington, treasurer;
Charles R. Leonard, attorney; A.
B. Clements, secretary; F. Aug.
Heinze. Henry Mueller, Frank W.
Haskins, James H. Montelth.
Daly
Bank and Trust
Company
Of Butte
Established 1882—Incorporated 1901.
General Banking Business
W. W. Dixon ................. President
John D. Ryan .......... Vice-President
C. C. Swlnborne ................. Cashier
R. A. Kunkel ........ Assistant Cashier
ÿ W. A. Clark J. Ross Clark
|W. A. CLARK & BRO. l
I BANKERS
Transact General Banking Business
Buy gold dust, gold bars, silver
bullion and local securities.
Boxes for rent in safe deposit
vault.
Sell exchange available In all of
the principal cities of the United
States and Europe.
Special attention given to collec
tions.
ALEX J. JOHNSTON, Cashier.
FIRSTNATIONAL BANK 9
BUTTE, MONTANA.
Capital Stock, $200,000.09
Andrew J. Davis, President
James A. Talbot. Vice Pres.
K. B. Weirick, Cashier
Geo. Stevenson, Ass't Cashier
Buys and sells Foreign Exchange
and Issues Travelers' Letters of
Credit, available in all parts of
the world.
L). McQREQOR
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VETERINARY SURGEON.
Honorary graduate of the Ontario Vet
erinary College, Toronto, Canada. Treats
all diseases of domeiticated animals ac
cording to scientific principles. Office aS
Marlow's Stable*, IC4 South Main street.
Telephone 293, All uases promptly at«
tended to.
Richards
The Butte Undertaker
and C Embalmers takCrS ^0™ 307
104 W. Park Street „

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