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READY FOR WAR BEAVERHEAD COUNTY REPUBLI CANS MAKE SHOWING-DELE GATES ARE SELECTED. [SPECIAL TO INTIR Ioi 0N Al N.1 I illon. Sept. 22.--Republican primaries Were held in every precinct in the county Saturday night, andlt reports which have been received in I)illon today show that the full representtation was clected in every precinct in the county. Everywhere the meetings were well at tended, andl to all appearances the party Is united andt onut for victory this fall. In I)illon there were fully ioo voters at the primary nuoting, fully onethird more than attended the democratic meet ing the Monday before. . T. Win)g was elected chairman of the meeting and Harry Gillbert secretary. The rule for voting was that the .1 namnes receiving the highest number of votes should lie the delegates and the next highll(st should cie the alternates. The vote resulted as fol lows: )hlg:ates- (). f. Best. J. R. Gilhert. A. I.. And rslo, J. F. Itishop, I. ;. W illis, J. E. Morse. . II. Logan. t V liam Phil lips, A. A. Elliot, It. E. IFoote, A. lHcl, T. M. Solway ati . I. Enoshing. AltrtnatIs - Clark Anderson, James Paxton. .1,c T. 'aon.g, William liern stein. A, It. t'on, Chris Snyder. Georg l.cnkersd.rfer, 1'. And.i'regg, i. (ashtmore, II. It. W\Venotiik, R. WV. hlammer, C. Knalpp and I. IL. Stone. '1 hie precinct officers selectedi are as fil lows : Justi,, i Josephus lRicth and J. S. Ve'r million. (n,.tail . s A. A. Elliott and J. T. STATE NORMAL SCHOOL HAS LARGE ENROLLMENT Dormitory Is Crowded, as 110 Are Now in Attendance-An Increase of Three-Fold. stia'r it. l)it l ta t lto ": N ls,st .l Thillon, Slept. Sa..---lThie Ste Normal schrnl l heIitrin the tird week of the prs ent ytart this Inor t it itliith an c vroth elunt of i i,. [three'o stw sttlents arrited front the North last tevening, and lthe dormitory is troitedi t ttihe door., nearly ioon Iia;ils beint. served three timts a day. The exectuisv itl ard and faculty have se'cureud a ntiier of rins for studentls at private residenccs. ;andl it is CxplCctcd that all who Come can he accotttodated. The lpresent e:nr ,llin:nt. and this mtants acttual daily attelilainc. is the latrge.t in the history of the school. Tlhis is an increase of three-fil since I)r. Swain took cha:rge of the school. REV. DR. HENRY C. M'C00K RESIGNS HIS PASTORATE Prominent Pre ibyterian Divine Leaves Quaker City Church to Devote Himself to Literature. lur Asy es'IA1 I run's,] T'hiladclplhia, Sept. 22.-)r. Ihenry C. lir(otk, one oa f the foremost clergymen of the Preshuytrian church, has resi-imd as pator of t ahe abernacle Preshyteriant churh, aftir am service of i. yiears. Dr. Mc(Cook, whose health has been im paired for the last three yearis, was too Ill to announce personally his resignation to the oagriegation. le will retire to private life at Devon, aittd devote his tutue to sci-nti~ic ald historical work. I)r. ( tCook served througlh the civil war with the Forty-ftirst llinois volun terers ndacted as chaplain of thel Set - enil -Pennsylvania volutccrs in the war with Spiain. DR. T. G. HEINE Specia.llst Eye, Ear, Nose and Tlhroat Diseases of men andt wom.n. Office 1o4 and toy Pennsylvania block, W. Park street. Office tel., 899A. Residence 616 S. llontatna Street. 'IPhone 72iM. Largey Lumber Co. All Kinds oi Rough and Dreased Lumber Estimates from plans cheerfully given. Spe cial attention to mill work of all kinds We tclicit ycur trade.#ot Telephone 547. Office and Yards, iron Street, t ef Arizona St., Butte. Permanently removed. Also birthmarks, smallpox pits, moles, red veins, scors, ecC sema, acne, blackheads, liver spots, freckles, tan, etc. MISS E. W. HAROLD, 68 W. Broadway. Office, 3o, The Argyle. Mining News. FLOUR GOLD IN SNAKE RIVER IS TO 3E SAVED Company Organized With Capital Stock of $10,000,000 to Get Out Elusive Metal. II. F. Orchards of . aker L ty, Ore., who sient Sunday ill utte, told an interesting story of the fornation of a gigantic cotl pI)any with a capital of $1o,0oo,0ooo for the purpose of dredging the lbed of the Snake river. This company will adopt entirely new mitlhodls ,n view of the fact that all past efforts to work theise sands have been inotable failures. Mr. Orchard said: "We have arcured the services of all eminent engineer who has had extensive experience in this sort of work in Australia and the initial test lie has made of the Sna..e sands satisfy him that they will yield rich returns. For a long time it has been known that the bars of the river have been rich in flour gold, but all cllorts to save this clusive Stufl have failed. It is proposed to construet a large cyan ide pliantt inl the vicinity of Itaker and the river will lie damned to bedrock and then the gold-hearing water will lie carried off in pipes, where the gold will lie extracted by means oi f zitne prcci:itatlon tanks." Mr. Orchard remarked that a great deal of the stock had alrceady beent placed iit )regon while the rentainder is being Ingo tiated for in New York. Mr. Otrchatrd is en route for NeSw York ini the intterests o,f this deal. CABLE MINE WILL BE IN FULL SWING THIS WEEK Superintendent Bacorn Will Set Thirty Men to Work at Once-Settlers Rejoicing at Startup. For the first time siince itg, the fantous ('able mine in the .Moose district, 18 miles frott Ana;ondia. resumed work today, a large force of imen being giveni employment at the old property. WVlhen the mline w:as closed dlwn in iXo it was said that the ore had run ouit, butt investigations show that it was closed because of threatened litigation. Superintendent liacorn, formerly of Butte properties, is in charge and will have abouLit 3o ,it'ten emplohyed within the course of a week. The ('able property was dis c,,vcered in it (,6 as a placer ground, hut it was soon developed, shafts bunk and ac tive cross work begun. It proved to be a very valuable prioperty and produced many millions of dollars worth of ore. 'IThe mine resumels Olperatiotns under the matagemtnut of Mr. J. C. Savery, whose Irothter-in-law was the original owner of the nine. 'lThe iinters in the district are elated at the reviving itlterest in their lo cality, as it wa:s thltght that the mlinlg was conmpletely exhausted and eotnse Ittcletly the holpe's of those who had set tled in the Moose district have been at a low stage for several years. UNITED VERDE HAS BEEN CLOSED UP INDEFINITELY Clark Has Reduced Rentals in Town and Will Not Open Mine Until Fire Can Be Extinguished. Adlviecs front Jerome, A. 'I'., confirmt the ret'port that the L'nited V\'rde prolerty h:as 1ien closed: indelfinitely. It is alleged that thle suspension wa;s inot due so imuch to the fire in the mihle ias ti the fact that the en tire force of tiners thad made all prepara tions for a gener;tl strike Septemtber I, and Senator ('lark simply forced the move nlet-it by discharginlg every man employed upon the property, save only seven or eight who are to act as gutards. Only one train at day is leintg rin on the tarrow-gauge road to Jerotme Juntc tiOtl, where to or I.more were in operation a few weeks ago. The force at the com panty's store inl the town has becn cut to the tinintttun, aund Iln all it is possible that o,o00 iImeni' have bicein throvwn i out of clii ploymllent. Senator ('lark, while in Jerome, reduced rentals on inuch of the property in town one-half, which is considered another ex cellent sign that the suspension will be for a long period. The fire, of which so much has been said, has been known in tile United Verde mine for five years or more. One of the big drifts, with large stopes on the 300-foot level, has becen bulkheaded for that time. The ore within has an ex cessive proportion of sulphtlur, running as high as 56 per clnt. BRITISH DENOUNCE MEASURE Balfour's Educational Scheme Meeting With General Disapproval. lye AssocI ATEID n'ss.] London, Sept. 2.--Not since the days of the Irish home ro:le bill has any govern ment measure in this country created such widespread excitement and fierce opposi tion as the educational measure which Premier Balfour expects to place on the statute book of Great Britain this year. The bill proposes to abolish direct popu lar control of schools for which the people are rated and taxed. Women are taking a prominent part in the demonstrations against the scheme with the cry: "No rate, without control." MINING APPLICATION NO. 4554. Helena, Mont., August 29, 1902. Notice is hereby given that Robeht Mc Bride and Jennie Adams, whose postotfice address is Butte, Montana, have this day filed their application for a patent for As soon as the proper apparatus can be installed the manufacture of carbonic acid gas will be begun on the surface on a large scale, and a trial will he made to ex tinguish the fire within the limits. To do this the mine will have to be lightly seled against the introduction of oxygen, NOVEL SCHEME TO SHOW RESOURCES OF ARIZONA If the Idea Is Carried Out, Everybody Will Be Sure to Know Something of the Mining State. The're is newspaper authority, worth unknown, for the story that a stock com pany is now being floated In Arizona hawv ing in view the advertising and exploita tion of the mineral resources of the terri tory in a novel, attractive and thorough manner. It is proposed to build and equip two railroad cars, each of 80o feet it length and decorated in silver and gold torepre sent the greatest and best known of the territorial minerals. One will be a coa bination dining, sleeping and baggage car, with a small stable in the rear ccommo dating two Arizona burros. At points of importance the "birds" will be saddled and packed, and a prospeptor in regulation corduroy and canvas ."regi mentals" will tour the streets, accom panied on either sidewalk by a distributor of Arizona literature. In the forward car will be the mineral exhibit, contained in a plate glass shallow case occupying the center, with an aisle on each side. Int this case will be artistically arranged the ore spccimens, flan d Iy gold, silver and copper bars, concentratc.s, matte and refined, each being labeled with name, district and value. That there will be Arizona men who are familiar with the "Lusinless end" of a gttn on guard it is hardly necessary to say. The Interior panels of each car will be decorated with picturesque views of Arizoina scenery, than which thllre is nonle equal in ieauty and diversity save in New Mexico, Western Texas and Mexico. As an advertisement of the "S ishicle Kingdom," its becauties and latent nvealth, this will prove most effective anod i ill appeal to a wider class of possible and prospective investors than tile car of Florida that has successfully toured the North and East for several scasons. Screenings. It is stated that thomas Edison has abandoned his great plant erected, in the Cerrills district, N. M., for extracting the gold from cenente t gravel by a new process. It is sail, that he has e. fended $3o o,0oo on the sc.eine. The Anaconda Mining company, opera ting in the vicinity of Deadwood on 400 acres of choice ground between the Bear Butte and Elk creeks, has encountered a new ledge of ore in the bottom of the shaft at the depth of too feet. It is reported at Redding, Cal., that Sen ator Clark is to be at the head of a syndi cate that will purchase the McVey prop erty in the Siskiyou mountains, in the northern part of the state, for a coosidera tion of $.to.ooo. The claims are said to have showed up very rich in sulphide ores. Arizona is a very attractive field for mining investments just now, and there are a number of young companies that bid fair to make dividend-payers ill the very near future. Arizona's mineral recources are among the most prominent of the mining states, and they can lie said to be the most virgin. Arizona richly deserves statehood. Capital will follow statehood very quickly. The Ontario mines group, situated 12 miles from Elliston, on the Northern Pa cific railroad, are to be unwatered and the extraction of ore will begin soon after wards. These mines have produced $i,ooo,ooo and the owners are confident that they will again become large pro ducers. Extensive improvements, in the way of new machinery, are being made. Pride of the West Mining company of Washington, Ariz., has announced Its first monthly dividend of to cents per share, or $r5,ooo per month, to be paid October 15. This property has every indication of proving one of the most valuaple iun ing propositions of the Southwest, and its directors are very capable, conservative mliinilg mnen. 1255.3 linear feet, being 85 ieet sototh westerly and t170.3 feet northeasternly from discovery shaft of the Six Thirty Lode Mining claim, upon which a notice of intention to apply for a patent was posted on the 25th day of August, 90o2, situated in Summit Valley (unorganized) Mining district, Silver Bow county, state of Montana, designated as Survey No. 6653, in Township 3 north of Range 7 west, being more particularly described as follows, to-wit: Begitinning at the southwest corner, a point in the north side line of Survey No. 6i81, a granite stone set In the ground, with a mound of earth and stone along. side, and marked 1-6653, for Corner No. r, from which the northeast corner of Sec tion I7, Township 3 north, Range 7 west, bears south 28 degrees, o8 minutes and 40 seconds wert 4764.5 feet, and, running thence south 84 degrees II minutes cast 246 feet; thence north 70 degrees 2o mIin utes east 733 feet; thence north 6t de. grees 55 minutes east 280 feet; thence north 18 degrees 21 minutes west 389 feet; thence south 70 degrees 22 minutes west 1234 feet; thence south 18 degrees 21 minutes east 325 feet to the place of beginning, containing an area of 1I.79 acres, of which 5.2o acres are in conflict with Surveys No. 283.1, 2835, 3043 nnd 4857, not claimed, leaving 6.59 acres claimed by the above-named applicants. The location of this claim is of record in the Recorder's office of Silver Pow county, state of Montana, in Book "P" of Lode Locations, otn Page 3. . The adjoining claims to these premises are Survey No. 2834, Cook Lode, and Sur vey No. 2835, Fredericksburg Lode, on the north; Survey No. 3043, Black, Chief Lode, on the southeast; Survey No, 4857, Keokuk Lode, on the south'; Survey PNo. .618, Morning Star Lode, on the south. west, and Survey .No, 4943, East Golden Chief No. a Lode, on tile west. FRANK D, MIRACLE, Register. Samuel Barker, Jr., Attorney for Appli. cants. LFirst publication, AUttCt. o,. Ioa,) When Others .Fail, Consult the Yellek Doctors OUR METHOD OF TREATING men's diseases are original, distinctive, thor oughly scientific and supremely effective. Were this not so we would not be making an announcement in public print. No physician is justified in the use of news paper space unless able to offer and resder a superior service such as cannot be eb tained elsewhere. We wish especially to appeal to men who have been disappolnt d in the promises held out by other doctoru. that our skill and superior methods justify us in making men's diseases our specialty. We wish to prove conclusively that we are not offering treatment such as the aver age country doctor is able to give. No matter how many physicians have failed to cure you, you come to us with complete assurance tiit if we accept your case, the treatment given will be absolutely scien tifie and fully effective. Our method of curing Stricture Is Our treatment for Specific Blood new and entirely original. No cutting Poison forces the very last taint of or dilating. The stricture is dissolved virus from the system, and all this is and completely removed and all affected accomplished without the use of dan membranes thoroughly cleansed. gerous minerals. VARICOCELE WEAKNESS CONTRACTED This most prevalent of So long as physicians DISEASB all diseases o men is also continue along the old the most neglected, either Improper treatment of through dread of the harsh lines of treatment of this contracted diseases can methods of treatment disorder, men will con- easily bring loss of power. commonly employed or tinue to be disappointed An examinat;-" reveals through ignorance of the time and again in their this very cause in a large grave dangers that accom- efforts to obtain a cure. portion of the cases of pany the disease. ~s We have found that dis- weakness. Lingering in varicocele interferes di- orders entirely local are flammation centering in rectly with the circula- responsible for premature- the prostate gland is sure tion and process of waste ness, loss of power, etc., to result in disordered and repair throughout the and that there is not even functions and the condi organs, the necessity of a the slightest possibility of 'tion will never lccorrected prompt and thorough cure obtaining a cure through until the inflamed and canuot be too forcibly use of internal remedies. swollen gland is restored emphasized. We cure Our treatment is directed to its normal state. We varicocele in one week by toward the removal of all thoroughly cure every con an absolutely painless abnormal c o n d i t i o na tracted disease we treat. process. Our cures are throughout the organs Thp remedies we employ thorough and absolutely involved, and we do not are known to ourselves permanent, and are a.- fail in a single instance to alone, and no other phy complished without the restore complete and per- sician has yet produced use of knife, ligature or manent activity of all of equally prompt and thor caustic. the functions. ough cures. Man," will be mailed free. It is an our office or by mail, and we are always glad to render any advice that may be instructive treatise that wall prove help- helpful. All correspondence strictly ful to afflicted men. confidential. Yellek Medical Institute " Cr. W. mmd Montana St., Butte MINING APPLICATION NO. 4548. United States Land Office, Helent, Mon. tana, August z4, 9oo0. Notice is hereby given that James H McDonald, whose postoffice address is Butte, Montana, has this day filed an ap. plication for a patent for 5,soo linear feet, the same being for 35ydeet in an easterly and 1,i5o feet In a westerly direction from the point of discovery on the Rising Sun lode mining claim, situated in Independ. ence (unorganized) mining district, Silver Bow county, Montana, the position, course and extent of the said mining claim, !:slgnated by an offacial survey thereof, as Survey No. 6645, Township No. 3 north, Range No. 8 west, a notice of which was posted on the claim on the 2ad day of July, sgoa, and being more particular. ly set forth and described In the official field notes and plat thereof on file In this office, as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the southeast corner, a quartzite stone, 6x8xz8 inches, 14 inches deep, with mound of earth alongside, and marked 1-6645 for Corner No. z, from' which the one-fourth section corner to Sections 2a and 22. Township 3 north, Range 8 west, bears south 75 degrees 44 minutes west, 565 feet and running thence north 79 degrees to minutes west, 1458.5 feet to the Southwest Corner No. a; thence north 3 degrees east, 136 feet to Corner No. 3; thence north so degrees a: minutes east, 431 feet to the Northwest Corner No. 4; thence *ou:h 79 degrees 1I minutes east, 1490 feet It the North east Corner No. 5; thence Louth 2o de grees 2a minutes west, 564 feet to Cor ner No. I and place of beginning, con taining an area of 19.14 acres, of which 3.37 acres are in conflict with Survey No. 4840 and is not claimed, leaving an area of IS.77 acres, claimed by the above named applicant for patent. The location of this mine is recorded In the office of the recorder of Silver Bow county, on Page 417 In Book Ir of Quarts lodes. The only known adjoining claim is on the Northeast Survey No, 4840, the Carrie lode. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Register. JOSEPH H. HARPER, United States Claim Agent. Date for first publication August 15. igos. MINING APPLICATION NO. 4563. United States Land Office, Helena, Mon tana, September iS, 19oa. Notice is hereby given that Harry Flower of Chicago, Illinois, and Rachel Strasburger, whose postoffice address is Butte, Silver Bow county, Montana, have this day filed an application for a patent for 1,046.9 linear feet, the same being for 222.6 feet in northeasterly and 824.3 feet in southwesterly direction from the point of discovery on the "Bung Your Eye" Lode Mining Claim, situated in no organized mining district, Deer Lodge county, Mon tana, the position, course and extent of the said mining claim, designated by an eflicial survey thereof, as Survey No. 6103, Township No. 5 north, range No. ra west, a notice of which was posted on the claim on the 3rd day of September, igol, and being more particularly set forth and described in the official field notes and plat thereof on file in this office, as fol lows, to wit: Beginning at the southern corner where is set a pine post 6 inches square wit nessed by bearing trees and marked 1 6103 for corner No. x, from which the corner to Sections 22, 23, 26 and 27, Township 5 north, range i2 west, bears south 58 degress 42 minutes east, 9,743 feet distant, and running thence, north 49 degrees 17 minutes east,' ,044 feet to Corner No. z; thence, north 40 degrees 43 minutes west, 55o feet to Corner No. 3; thence, south 44 degrees 57 minutes west, 1,046.9 feet to Corner No. 4; thence south 40 degrees 43 minutes east, 471 feet to Corner No. 1, the place of beginning, con taining an area of I2.23 acres, claimed by the above named applicants, of which an area of 0.07 acres is In conflict with the Gold Crown Lode Survey No. 5743. The location of this mine is recorded in the office of the Recorder of Deer, g county on Page 40 in Book of Lode f s. The only known adjoining claim to these premises is the Gold Crown Lode Survey No. 5743, claimed by D. Giles Brownell which conflicts with this survey upon the south. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Register. (First publication Sept. 19, 190o.) MINING APPLICATION NO. 4557. Helena, Montana, Sept. I1, 19go. Notice is hereby given that Lulu F. Largey, whose postoffice address is Butte, Montana, has this day filed her application for a patent for 1,500oo linear feet, being 1,ao8 feet westerly and 29g feet easterly from discovery shaft of the Orleans Lode Mining Claim, upon which a notice of intention to apply for a patent was posted on the 25th day of August, 190o, situated in Summit valley (unorganized) Mining district, Silver Bow county, state of Mon tana, designated as Survey No. 6644, in Township 3 north of Range 7 west, being more particularly described as follows, to wit: Beginning at the northwest corner, which is also Corner No. 1 of Survey No. 4572, and a point in the tenth Course of Survey No. 3338, a granite stone set in the ground, with a mound of earth and stone alongside, and marked 1-6644, for Corner No. I, from which the quarter section corner on the north boundary of Section 8, Township 3 north, Range 7 west, bears south 36 degrees 26 minutes 31 seconds west, 3,293.4 feet; and running thence south 22 degrees o8 minutes east, 450.5 feet; thence south 32 degrees 15 minutes east, 183.5 feet; thence north 83 degrees 16 minutes east, 1-466.5 feet; thence north aa degrees o8 minutes west, 622 feet; thence south 83 degrees i6 minutes west, z,5oo feet to the place of beginning, containing an area of 20.59 acres claimed by the above named applicant. The location of this claim is cf record in the Recorder's office of Silver Bow county, :tate of Montana, in Book "W," of Lode Locations on Page 149. The adjoining claims to these premises are Survey No. 4,573, Black Eagle Lode on the north and Survey No. 3,338, Poplar Grove Placer on the west. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Register. SAMUEL BARKER, JR., Attorney for Applicant. (First Publication Sept. ia, 19Qa.) NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Mercy G. Hartwell, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the ur.der signed, executor of the estate of Idercy G. Hartwell, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said administrator at the office of Lewis A. Smith, Room 4, Silver Bow Block, Butte, Montana, the same being the place for the transaction of the busi ness of said estate, in the County of Sil ver Bow, State of Montana. EARNEST E. WRIGHT, Executor of the Estate of Mercy G. Hartwell, deceased. Dated Butte, Montana, this 2nd day of September, 190a. LEWIS A. SMITH Attorney for Exe. cutor. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Lawrence Manning, deceased. . Notice is hereby given .by the under signed administrator of the estate of Lawrence Manning, deceased, to the cred itors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first. publication of this notice, to the said administrator at No. 9- East Granite street, Butte, Montana, the same being the place fpr the transac. tion of the business of said estate, in the county of Silver Bow, state of Montana. JOSEPH P. COLLINS, Administrator of the Estate of Lawrence Manning, Deceased. Dated Butte, Montana, this loth day of May, 1soa. 00000000000000000000000ood DALY BANK AND TRUST COMPANY 0 OF BUTTE 0 0 0 Capital...$100.000.00 o0 o General ! o Banking Business o o JOHN D. RYAN.........President o SJOHN R. TOOLE...Vice President O o C. C. SWINBORNE.......Cashier 0 o R. A. KUNKEL..Awlistant Cashier 0 o a 00000000000000000000000000 5O Butte. Mont. 0 S Capital...... $oo,ooo.oo c Under state supervision. Five per o 0 cent interest, payable quarterly, paid 0 0 on deposits. 0 ° Money to Loan on o Real Estate o o F. AUG. HEINZE.....President 0 o A. N. CLEMENTS.........Cashier o o oo 00000000000000000000000000 POOSON, PELOUBET & CO. Public Accountants Hennessy Building, Butte. New York Offloe-20 Broad Streeti C. R. Leonard, Pres. T. R. Hinds, V-Pres. Fayette Harrington, Cashier. Silver Bow National Bank CAPITAL, $100,000.00 This bank solicits accounts, offers prompt and careful attention to business of customers. Collections promptly attended to and remitted for on day of collections. Sell foreign and domestic exchange, trans act a general banking business, pay interest on time deposits. Directors-Charles R. Leonard, F. Aug. Hcinze, S. Marchesseau, A. Balmforth, R. A. Louis, C. W. Newton, T. R. Hinds, John MacGinnis, Fayette Harrington. o0000000000000000000000000 o The First National Bank p .o Of Butte. " o (Established 1879.) O g Capital ....... - - - - - $20,08.0) o GENERAL BANKING a o 0 0 Drafts drawn on all principal cities 0 o of the World and Letters of Credit a o issued. 0 0 --- a o ANDREW J. DAVIS.... President 0 o JAMES A. TALBOTT-Vice Pres. 0 o E. B. WEIRICK..........Cashier a 0 J. S. DUTTON..Assistant Cashier 00000000000000000000000000 00000000000 00000000000000 o 0 o W. A. Clark. J. oss Clark. o W. A. CLARK & BRO. 'o o BANKERS 0 o 0 o Transacts General Banking Business 0 o 0 .0 Buy gold dust, gold bars, silver 0 o bullion and local securities. o 0 Boxes for rent in safe deposit 0 0 vault. 0 Sell exchange available in all of 0 0 the principal cities of the United 0 0 States and Europe. 0 0 Special attention given to collec- O 0 tions. 0 0 ALEX J. JOHNSTON, 0 0 Cashier. a 0o 00000000000000000000000000 ooooooo000oooooooo0000000ooooo00000000000ooooo SSTATE SAVINGiSBANK o 0 0 John A. Creighton.......President 0 o G. W. Stapleton.... Vice President 0 0 T. M. Hodgens...........Cashier 8 J. 0. Hodgens....Assistant Cashier O 0 R. B. Nuckolls ... Assistant Cashier 0 0 0 8 Under state supervision and 0 0 jurisdiction. Interest paid on dc-. o posits. 0 Sells exchange available in all o 0 the principal cities of the United 0 0 States and Europe. Collections O 0 promptly attended to. Transact a a 0 general banking business, O 0 Directors: J. A. Creighton, 8 0 Omaha; G. W. Stapleton, A. H. 0 o Barret, E D. Levitt, S. V. Kemper, 0 o T. M. Hodgens, J. 0. Hodgens. 0 Corner Main and Park Sts., Butte. 0 00000000000000000000000000 m 41as * * eorrhe. oa es; t np er**uperzorrp. 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