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Zot* Irer. sF:; t 1. . T'Q INr T s·tt MOU'N'TA^IN Boulder, Sl't. 6.-! 1. Tonkin of Elk horn was litre on lumvire.,s 'ruis.iy. T. A. Btrown of Basin was in tlwn on - busiess TunirClcy. Mr. and Ms. John Fa!herty of Cold Springs were here laLt week. W. B. iun Iley of ith,: ,reat Nrtihern station has t kvll a lay-ont for a Ilonth. I). D. 'Twnhy cam-. frron .\nacoudl Monday for a hunting trip downa the val ley. Mrs. Maxfield and son went to Buttl and Anaconda last Saturday to remain alout a week. Mr. and Mrs. S. F. I tittle re turned Monday from attending, M. E. Srth con ference in Butte. Gus Freelburg of t': G;ray Eagle mine was here Monday on his way to Helena to remain a few days. Miss Watson rcturned to her home in Helena Sunday after a visit here with Miss Bessie Quaintance. F.- C. Berendes went to Butte last Sun day to be present at the opening session of the ldining congress. Mrs. Cralle and Miss Elizabeth camne home last Saturday front a visit with Mrs. Showers and others in Granite. The latter part of the week Judge Par ker and Mr. Monaghan will go to Vir ginia City to attend court. Mr. and Mrs. it. K. Bateman drove over from Butte Sunday on a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. Pfaff. Mrs. Sherlock and children are visitin'l with her parents, Mr. andl Mrs. Bagley, who are located near Elliston. Miss Jennie Smith of helena is in the valley for a visit of a few days at the home of her father, Mr. Matt Smith. John Steele and family have moved from the Ryan hLrse to the Riightenour cottage, corner of Fourth avenue and Monroe stree t. \V. II. D)ickinson and Mr. Albrecht car.e out from Ilelena Sunday to go to the Quaint'ince ratlch for grouse shooting. Mr. P. B. Mills started Tuesday on his way back to F. rgus county and stopped in Hel,"na W\\ednesday to see the circus. Miss Mary Taylor has resumed her place in the office of the Graves Mercan tile cnmtnlny after her vacation visit with friends in Iutte, NMiissoula, helena attd ciany. S. A. !Itn'art;rn wort to Butte Sunday to be prt ,. .tt at the `Mining congress dur illn th!ir' vt tln and go with the newspaper er.curs,'on t,. hlami!tin t slay. Mr. nnd Mrs. 'IIurnley of -lkhoIrn were here last Saturday. She expects soon to rake a trip tI Seattle and Portland, tak ing her youngest nephew for medical trentment. Walter t.rn.sbv was here the first of the week to see Mr. Whetstone and other frierrls. He has until recently been in a store at l.imna but now takes a position with Mr. Sherman of Butte." Mrs. l'ick'tt of Twin Bridges and Mrs. Foley of Pony have been visiting at the slprir"s ilth their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ieynolds. Mrs, Neill of Anaconda, a sis ter of M.s. Rt.yntlis, has also been a gurC:I tihere. I)r. C. W. TI)nbow has acqutired ground frog, John Mc l)ermott west of town and is bui tiong a commodnous residence. There is a '.rig: rrn the place and he expects to nI:II:.r it a very attractive property. .Is. A. R. Ronertson entertained frien r's fr',om l"khorn Thursday afternoon. M: r. I ourrrail. IMrs. Bradlcy. Mrs. Bow den iand Mrs. l)odlds, Mrs. Stranahan and Mrs. 1). I. HIalford of Boulder were also prrrent. A. HI. Foster left this week for anl ex tendcd visit with relatives in Idaho, and on his way back from there will stop at Dilln to attend the Pioneers' meeting thie latter part of this ntonth. Mas. Monrore and her mother and. two nicce.s, the Mirses Nichols of Bozeman, were out from Butte Sunday to visit with 1)r. Monroe at the springs. The young la dire, \ ere on their way to California to at tend Stanford university. Mr. :nid Mrs. Stranaham and Dr. and MI.. Wart' were down the valley at Mr. Dawrtl's t's V first of tile week for grouse shnotin:t and lishing and report good luck and .a 'f. i- t:ting. Will W\ihlt publisher of the Gazette at .ar-ark. 111.. arrived nere Monday accom panied by Ilis son. Claude and they with Ed. \V:id andll Mr. S. G. Wild went out for a crampning tr ip. Katie Parker and Eva Conceannon are home from a visit of several weeks at the Macomber ranch near Radersburg. War rcn Ptarker, who spent nearly all of the varcti ,n t:.cre. is back to attend school. 9I . J. K. iM sure is visited this week by his tant';ir. Mrs. Mitchell, and a cousin, Mi:s. Ahhi:i ,la.tor-, who are on their way honri tt Vr-irnrrrt, Ohio, after a tripl, to the W\C.est Coaist. Bozecman. fi':rL TOI. INI 1FR MOUNTAIN.] Tloenilln. Sept. 6.-Grandma Ridgeway is quite ill again. M1rs. John Ingrain left Monday for Butte to spend a few days. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Wilkln left Monday for a trip through the Iark. Jolln Williams, secretary to Col. W. W. I). "turner, arrived from Seattle last weec. Jotselph \V\,lh! was OVer fruio Butte Monday, visiting his brother Julhm for the day. J. M. it::tn and family have moved out of own ,Inl will reside on .'ass creek this fall. Arthur Allen was down from Gardiner this week sl:e:lding a few days with his family. Mis I.illa Harkins and her sister re turned last week from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Penwell. Allen Niewton was over from Helena grectiug his numerous friends in this conm llUllt y. HInt. W\. A. Logan was up from I.ogan Saturday to attend the meeting of the republican county central conmmittee. Mr. J. W. Yates came over from Hlel ena Monday morning and is spending a few days as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Iloss. Ernest Edsall has accepted a position with the Montana Coal & Coke company at llorr. and left last week to take up his new duties. C. A. Collbern, wife and children and Mesdames Hizer and Lee returned Sun. day from a few week's outing at Mr. Col bern's ranch up Spanish Creek. The camping party to Henry's lake, comrn posed of A. L. Roecher, Profs. Williams and Currier, and Mr. Maynard, returned last Friday after a very enjoyable outing. Nelson IHogan, son of Dr. Hogan and Charlie Flransham, son of W. J. Fran sham, left Monday morning for Salt Lake to take up their studies in All liallows college in that city. Prof. and Mrs. Robert Shaw left Mon day evening for Lansing, Mich. Pro!. Shaw stated before he left that although his work will be in Michigan his heart will be in Montana. Miss l.ottie Oakwood was married At'gust 18 to Frank Lampoh, at the home of her couinl, Mrs. Dan McAllister of Cleveland, O. Mr. l.anipoh is a United States mall carrier. They will make their home in Cleveland. J. II. Horman, who taught school last term In this county, arrived in Bozeman Saturday from the park where he has been spending his vacation in the employ of the W. WV. Wylie Permanent Park Camps company. Rev. Jacob Mills, who has been canmp ing out in this valley for some time past, and visiting old friends here, with his family left last week for Stevensvllle. where he was assigned a pastorate by the late conference. Prof. H. G. Phelps returned from Cal ifornia Sunday night, leaving Mrs. Phelps in Helena, where she will visit with her mother for a few days. Prof. Phelps feels much better for his year's rest and is ready to take charge of the college busi ness denartment once more. The Humane society of Bozeman has ad journed the meeting appointed for Sep tember 4 to September ai, owing to Mia ivg Congress at Ilutte. The meeting will be held at the Frazier house parlors at the latter date to effect permanent organiza tion and elect delegate to attend the state convention of the society to be held at Butte on September i8. Master Charlie Cash entertained a few of his friends on Thursday, from a until 5 o'clock, in honor' of his seventh birth day. The time was spent in playing lively games. Those present were: Tersy and Roy Bresler, Vickle and Beth Mcl)aniels, Clara and Helen Davitt, Hazel Davis, Alma Bystrom, Marguerite Johnson. Alonzo Burket, Orson Tudor and Walter Latta. There have been several reports going the rounds with reference to the illness HAZEL SHIPLEY, Who Leaves Butte With Her Mother September 10 for a Trip to the East Where She Will Visit Relatives in New York City and Other Points for Six Weeks. of Miss Myrtle Foster in Italy. From a recent letter received by a friend in this city it seems that Miss Myrtle was suffer ing from fatigue and nervousness caused by traveling and its atendant excitement and not from heart disease of any other complaint. The Fosters expect to winter in Berlin, Germany and their friends in this city mnay expect them back next spring, as every letter shows they are homesick. A marriage license was issued Monday morning to William Brisban Walker and Grace Louise Stanton. Miss Stanton is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Stanton. The wedding took place Thurs day morning at the family residence on Third avenue at Io:30. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Davis Willson. The bride and groom left on the evening train for Chicago, where they will reside for some time. 7Deer Lodje. SI'sllCIAll. 't) IN'IT M I' O N"IAIN.] Deer I.odge, Sept. 6.---Mrs. .nou Gordon left last evening for a visit to her sister, Mrs. Joseph Spence aod family in Ana conda. W'. P. Mi lr cl:i e over l;t t ecvening from Centennial onm a visit to fricnls and to look after business matters. Mrs. Amelia ('urn alnd Mrs. Myron Curn drove up the valley yesterday morning to spend the dlay with Mr. and Mrs. Matt Smith. Miss Maggie Jenseol returned last Sun day evening from a three-weeks' visit with friends at (.)vaido, and an aunt and uncle at Plains. Earl Stuart is homne from Oswego, on Milk river, where lie has been employed in looking after the cattle herds of Kohrs & Bielenherg. Mrs. Mamsie Miller and daughter, Miss Mabel, who had been guests of Judge and Mrs. J. Y. Ilatterton, returned to their home in Bozeman last Friday evening. J. M. Briggeman of Pioneer was trans. acting business in Deer Lodge yesterday, having driven over. While here he sold a fine driving horse to Mr. and Mrs. Gna Pincau. Mrs. E. A. P. Bennett, who with her young son Gus has spent the past several months in Deer Lodge, expects to leave for great Falls this evening to reside In .the future. Matt Manley and wife of Willow creek, Granite county, were in Deer Lodge Mon day, having driven down from Race Track, where they arrived the day before on a visit to relatives, '.hey returned to Race Track the same day and went to Drum mond yesterday to attend the races and L.abor day celebration. Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Reed received' a telegram this )vqek fromn Los Alamitos, Cal., informing lthen that a pretty little girl baby had blea, born to their son John, and wife, at thit place. John has a line position there in W. A. Clark's sugar re lineries and is doing Ilicely. His )cer Iodge friends sencd heartist congratula tions on the new arrival. G ;y Miller, Elmer Van Gundy and I.ew Coleman, Jr., of Anaconda came down last Sunday evening and spent Monday with home folks and friends in Deer Lodge. Guy has a position ia the Copper City store and Elimer with MacCallum & Clou tier, and both are doing nicely, while l.ew is still the sturdy old stand-by in the office of the Copper City company. Prof. E. T. Eaton, the new principal of the public schools, arrived from his former home, Des Moines, Iowa, last Thursday evening and has been . making the ac quaintance of our people and getting ready for the opening of the schools next Mon day. Professor Eaton conies excellently qualified for school work, and is a young man who is making a good impression. Mrs. l.ce Davenport of Butte cane down last Friday for a few days' visit as a guest of her sister, Mrs. James Kantner, and family. Mr. Davenport, who had been on a trip to the coast, stopped off here en route home, Friday night, and remained over until Saturday evening. W. T. Parker and family of the Big Hole basin arrived here Monday on a visit with relatives and friends here and up the valley. They brought Miss Edna Schroe der with them for a few days' visit in Deer Lodge. She is now teaching the Bowen school aind got a week's vacation. Lew Coleman returned from Philips burg last Friday evening, where he had been as a witness in the criminal actions against Daniel Arms, C. F. Chapin and others connected with the Moniana Gold Mining company. The suits were dis missed, as the prosecution made no ap pearance. While at Drummond waiting for the evening train he concluded to take a run down to Bonner for a little visit to his sons, Will and James. On his arrival there he found them having a big time. Will had severed his connection with the Big Blackfoot Milling company to accept a position in Missoula with the Largey l.umber company, and his friends were giving himself and wife a big send-off. Rev. and Mrs. A. A. Walker of Big Tim her, who had been attending the annual Methodist conference in Butte, arrived in Deer I.odge Monday for a few days' visit as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Randall Wad. dington and Mrs. Sweet. Mr. Walker has been as·signed to Hamilton and Corvallis for the coming year. ii. E. Curtis and Miss Annie Sutherland of Avon were in Deer Lodge Friday, en route to Anaconda, where Miss Suther land, after spending her vacation with Miss Eleanor Birdseye in Avon, will take up her duties as one of the teachers it the public schools. Mr. Curtis was here Sunday noon on his way home. Miss Margaret Hayden of Drummond came up last Thursday evening and re imained in Deer Lodge until Saturday afternoon as a guest of Mrs. Charles Childs, when she Went up to Emery to be a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Nate Burte. The young lady will teach the Emery school the coming year. Mrs. Belle Dashley went to Butte Thursday night accompanied by little Miss Margaret, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Ward of that city, who had been on a few weeks' visit in Deer Lodget as a guest of Mrs. Amelia Curn. Pupils for St. Mary's academy, which opened this week, have been arriving on the trains for the past two weeks. The in dications are that there will be a big at tendance this year, as the educatlopal aecill itles of that popular school have been steadily increased from term to term, Miss Sadie McKenzie and Miss Edith Brown of Great Falls, two popular young ladies of that city, have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Horn, up the valley, for the past to days, the latter being a Rister of Mrs, Horn. The young ladies are enjoying their visit very much. Besides the enjoyment of trips with exturslon parties to the mountain lakes and streams, they visited Deer Lodge Friday and were shown through the penitentiary with a party of friends. ?Mrs. Thomas F. Ward and little daugh ter and son stopped off in 'Deer Lodge last evening for a day'i visit with Mrs. Amelia Curnl and other friends. They are on their way home front Butte to Philipsburg to join Mr. W\ard in their future, hople. Miss Florence Parker gave her young friends a delightful little dancing party at the city pavilion last Friday evening. It. was antong the most enjoyable yet given, according to those who were for tunate enough to he present. .ovely re freshmtlnts were served during the even ing. Mr. and Mrs. Gorge S. Miller right roy ally entertained a number of their friends at the city pavilion Monday evening of this week. Miss Oro, their daughter, took advantage of the opportunity and invited a goodly number of her young friends. (lancing was the order of the evening, during which. lovely refreshments were served. Quite a number of out-of town people were here to enjoy, with others, the hospitality of the occasion. Miss Margaret Haydn of Emery. Mar garet Staves of Ovando, Marian Mahoney atld Margaret Keenan of Gold Creek, and Mathel Catlin and Nellie McMahon of Deer Lodge took the examination for teachers' certificates before County Superintendent of Schools Miss Mollie E. Wiles last Fri day and Saturday. Ily special arrangement Misses EI'nna \Vilkinson of Shanley creek and Nina IBlake of Sunset took their es atniiations at Ovando Iwfore Charles A. Jakways, which relieved them of the ex. lposet and trouble of coming so far. Mi.rsou la. sPI.t ~t L. TO INTER AIotL' I'.( .T "hfissotla, Sept. 6.-Miss Amelia I.off ness has returned from a visit in Bismarck, N. )D. Librarian Mrs. Sue K. Reilinhard is con fined to her home by illness. Editor A. R. Rhone of the Plainsmnan was a visitor in the city Monnay. Miss Mary Hogan left Monday night for Spokane to enter school. W. H. Hlouston is a visitor in the city from the I.o Lo Hot Springs. Mrs. Edna Lane of Wallace, Idaho, is the guest of Mrs. E. L. Baker of Spruce street. To Mr. and Mrs. James R. C(li of North Missoula was Monday blorn a daughter. Joh,, Bowser of the Coeur d'Alene dis trict has been spending a few days in the city. Mrs. W. A. Nasoln left Mondlay for St. Paul, where she will spend two intm iths with relatives. B. T. Nesmith has sohl his Itatle.iake ranch to Miss lIe:t:taina, a recent arrival in the city. S. II. Ketcham of the (topper heill Mill and Mining company spent Mond.ly ill the city from Clinton. Charles E. Avery depiarted Monday for Hamilton. His wedldinlg with Miss Myrtle Webber occurred at the iM. E. church there Tuesday. Oscar Boos of the Big Blackfoot Millilg comlpany's office has gone to lltte for a visit of a few days witlh friends andt rela tives. Will and Oscar Boone le.l Monday for Spokane to join their parents, who left Misstoula for that city to reside soime months ago. I.. A. Care, departe Mnltday for Sp, Ianut. It is his inteotioI thI locate iand engage ill bulintcss In t.astern Washingthln or Idaho, and will look over the situation. R. I). Woond of Took o, Ok hlin,, is in Missoula oni a visit to his imothl r and brothers, James and Virgil Vuood,. The latter is still inl the .rsons hospita:l slowly recovering from the wound lie received in the Swan Ihle ceountry. 2Billin ¢s. F[.'lt IA . TO INTER tOIt'NTAIN.I Billings, Sept. 6.-Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rolhinson of North Twenty-fifth street, Tuesday forenoon, a son. E. 1'. Polley and C. A. dnhar, busitness men of'Parkman, Wyo., were in the city Monday. George Pierre, a well-known stockman of Halbert, spent Monday in the city on business. Frank Buckley of the Yegen store is back at his accustomed place after anll absence of several weeks in the East. F. L,. Kinney of Helena, general agent for the Milwaukee railway in Montana, spent Monday in the city on business. Mrs. Levi Kaylor, wife of the ticket agent of the Northern Pacific at Living ston arrived in the city Monday for a visit tO Mr. and Mrs. I1. B. Pierce. H' ienry Terrill and daughter returned Monday morning from an extended visit to hta Pacific coast. Mr, Te'rrill's health has been improved by the trip. Miss Mabel Cohlins, librarian of the Parmly Billings Memorial library, returned Tuesday from a visit to her parents at M. P. TONREY. Chairman of PopuUet County Central Committee for Silver Bow County. MRS. M. SHIPLEY, Who Leaves Butte September 10 for a Trip to the East Where She Wall Visit Her Brother, a Leading Theatrical Man of Manhattan Beach. (;reat Fall and to friends in Helena. Walter Watkins and family, who have bIeen locate(d on a ranch near Laurel all summer, have returned to Billings to again take up their residence here. Professor and Mrs. W. ('ohleigh re tlrned home last week from Miissola, w.here Mrs. Cobleigh has Ibcen visiting dur ing her husbandl's attendance at the Chi cago university. James Graves, who has been teachlilng sclhool in this county for the past two years, left Tuesday for hIs home in Mis souri, where he expects to enter college this fall. Mrs. McCray, one of the teachers of the Islslilngs public schools, who has beenl tak illg a sullnlller's course in the Mlilllesota university, has returned l to this city to enter upon her duties. (onductor S. I. Scott has resultedl his passentger run on the aourthern Pacific a;fter a week's vacation, which was spt'llt loo.king after his miniing and ranch inter cats in P'ark couinty. Miss l.ottic Sitlith of (raas L ake, Mich., who sputl siverrtl days here visiting the liev. Mr. :cntinigtoin anld wife, 'n route horlll e I I II p I to I alilhloinia, itlsiittce d her jui mn y Mnlay. IPro. H. 11. Il ta iels, p imiipal of iiih Iillitings IIiigh school, ieturnil . Tuesd.ay from, anl oati trip li Mackinac islandsiii anld ollter resorlt iln Notth- r Michigani, where he i .,ispenti at lis v;titiln ilut enjoy ably. Mrs. I'. It. (amp and chihlren returncd Iolay fIronii a three wceks' pleasant sojourn Iat Yellowstolne lake, in tihe Natioinal park, where they were the guests of Cu'. i. C. \v aters andt family. Rev. . I. . Miller of Belt, who oeclpied thi pulpit of the BItaptist congregaltion last iitnulay, returned hlioei 'Tuesday. It is lstaled that (the ollicers of the Billings church aire considering the muatter of ex teI tling a call to Mr. Miller, iin iew of thit seieti resiglnation of lat:,lur ni emlilgton, who will go t I laho. :,Mpt . S. Ihrother is iin receilt of a let'ter fromi tlhe fathe'r ui Miss Straubh, one of the newly ,lected teacliers of the Iill ings public schools , written froii his hoime int Eugene, (fri., saying that his daughter was very sick with fever, but she expected to he abtile to reach ltillingls icit week to ter upoilln her new duties. I r. I. P. Townsend, formerly a citlize of Itillings, is i tilhe city, having comie htre to have his eyes operated upon. lie now hails froim lame t eer, where he is govern ment physician to the Cheyenne tribe of Indians. lie was accompanied to this city by his son, Ned, who will remain here and attend the Billings public schools. C. F. (;age of HIelena, delputy Uniited States marshal, was in the city Wednes dlay. D)r. W. A. Miller, physician for the Burc lington IRelief association, was in the city Wednesdaly fronu Sheridan, Wyo. Mrs. W. . Ilasslecr left VWednesday for Pawnee City, Neb., where she will spendi the next two or three nimonths visiting rela tives and friends. G. McAllister returned Wednesday from Miss Helen L.ipp, who has been the gue. t of her sisters, Mesdames E. I. Hlollister and W. E. Hlassler in this city for the past three months, departedl Wednesday for her home in Pawnee City, Neb. J. M. Blake of Canton, Ohio, and John E. Beckman of Buffalo, N. Y., stopped over in IBillings Wednesday on their way east from a trill to the National park. The former is a nephew of Judge Blake of Sheridan, Wyo. Dillon. si'EA. IAr. TnO INIir MO1NT1rAN I I)illoi, Sept. 6. - I. N. Blest of Argenlt was in town last Saturday. S. G. WVatsoll of Iox was a visitor to theI' county seat last week. HIarry Ilavis of Jack.ison spent a few days in I)illon this week. Prof. II. Tyre left fur Ilutte T1.sdlay afternoorilon a brief visit. A. (). Odell was in town from Rannack for a few days this week. A. J. Schumacher of Itutte was in Dil lon for a day during the past week. Mrs. Sheeran and children were am::ong L)illon visitors to Blutte last week. (Us Nelsoni of Hlurse l'rai i, ,p.cit 'Tuesday with fricnds i l)illuon. trenrge ldin-e.r aiidl George W. Filnch left Ifor hutic Tuesday afternoon rTony Ilarrett camle in i ran Ilorie Pra;lile Saturdlay tur a few days' vl..it willh Iriendtls. lMrs. Mct'(nncell and sun rcturnrirl, List Satuirdiy iuni a priuloingeild st.ly in thi ronlinlt y. liMts . E'. Mlumnrue eintertained the .nor li'i a ilo tlit Ncedvle club 'lucrlday alteri na ell. Fi. It. Sprinkle was ill town frInI tihe tipper l.,isasshopper the first of the week. Silas I)ishno .ais a visitor to thie coun ty .eit this week irum his hoin near Jac'kson. A. S. Breardsley, deputy clerk and re. cordelr, spent Suinday with friedli in !,ima. Jule,, Guyaz, constable of the Ilorse P'rairie lre'ciict, was a I)illuiu visitor 'Tuesday. T. It. Landers was one of the ining delegates in attendance of the great con gress ill Ilutte. Mrs. J. W\. Scott of Itedrock was in I(wn for a day last week as the guest of I illon frinenda. Sn;i Joiggers, a well-known reGden.it of Ihorrse Prairie, was a visitor tin thie ( iconni ty S'at Tuesday. Jolhn Orr will leave for Butte tomorrow aund will f,,'ulune a sturldent of the State School of Mintes. 1'. J. Ilansen and wife have arrived in I)illon and will Ibecome permuancnt resi deilt of the town. John F. lilshop left for IInitt' Monday afternoon where lthe was in alteirldanlce of thIe ining congress. Mrs. John ('. Norvcll and children, who have been summelirinig in Dillon, returned to litute Monrday. 1'. 1). Olmnsted was iun altsr Sund.lay and Monday to witnetss the baseblall gausiles between Blutte and Seattle. John A. Blcst, thle Ilannack tonsorial artist, will Ibecomle ia permanenlit resident of D)illori after the i sth of Novelllmber. J. C. Brown, a resirldent of the Ilig Ilole basin, was ia visitor to thle county seal during ttle past week. Mrs. Hlarley Thompllson ania childrin, who have spenti the summer in D)illoni, returned to hillings Motndlay. Miss Grace Graeter returned Tuesday afternoon from an outtilng with the Grae ter canipiig party near the he-ad of Rattlesnake creek. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Foote andl Mr. and Mrs. F. C Kress will attend the imeeting of the press association which Imeets in llatilton today 1)r. anid Mrs. II. it. Swain anil childre.n Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Kress and Mis.s L.ucy Carson, composed a party which enljoyrd an outing above Argenta ll st I'rilday. W. It. Smart and J. A. Rluniir, aceirir panled by their famitilies, left 'I'ue:,.day for the utipper ltlackiail, where they will enjoy an outing for the next to days. Rev. Father Van den I rocck returirned front Virginia City Sunday evening where he hal been called to conduict the funerral services over the remainsil of Amrlilol.re Cahill. Judge anil Mrs. Vermnillion aii WVilfredI Vermiillioii, who hIave spnut tllhe p;it two months in WVyomlling, where trh'y I lijoyed camlping-out life for a part of thie time, returned home the first of tihe week. Mr. and Mrs. iRoss MC.'otike'v, Miss Emmiia Ilurfeind and Ira Meto('olky, comiri pose a camlrpilng party whi(ch is e'njoyilng all outing at Ilooker's Flat oil the uppller Illacktail. G. \V. Fitzgerald, glenllral agenit ofi the Denver & RIio Grailde arld tile Rio (;raii Ic Western railways, ihas dhecihded ti li. at e rir Dillon. His family will arrive here next week and for the pre-sellt they have sc cured apartlments on Orr street. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Platterson, Mrs. Maggie Courtney and niece, Masters Pat terson and Mittlemier, left last Saturday morning for a three weeks' outing at tioe head of Medicine lodge creek. EII lap Iey exipects to join the party at a later date. Rev. and Mrs. Smith were pleasantly surprised at the parsonage Tuesuay even ing when a large inumber of their friernds desCended upon thIe piarsonage for tihe purpose of spending a social ev'eirng vith the pastor and his famrily. Ilon. Martin Harrett and Mrs. arrltet, accompanied bIy Mrs. Mary A. Flynn and Miss Alice Flynn of St. Joe, Mo., and Miss Helen Rife of Medicine Lodge, re turned Saturday fromn a tour of thie Park. Mr. and Mrs. Jarrett left Dillon Satur day evening for their homle on thie Prairie and the otners of the Iparty visitedI with n:"rra friends for a few days. Mrs. Flynd is a sister to Tony Barrett.