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Denver, Colo., Feb. I8, g9oo. Denver, July aS, MCM. Dr. Daniel Rosche, My Dear Sir: S E E ME To Whom It M.ay Concern: Mrs. Warde desires me to express to Daniel Rosche to the kind consideration you her complete satisfaction with the ex- And if you have headaches, nervousnpss, inflamed eye balls, granulated lids, etc., or personal relations. Dr. Rosehe has amination of her eyes and the eyeglasses been a resident of Denver for more than if the p blurs eyes reading time, skilled practitioner of his profession rovided for ber. he resou ot your if the print blurs or eyes ache after reading a short time, come to me and I will years ateri'nd teha made asfplendid record skillful experiments furnished her with and as an honorable business man. I the most effective an agreeable assist- ith pair f r itting gass Guaranteed or money back, know personally of his treatment of meam .t ost t,, s relieve you witha p of my perfect fitti lasses. Guaranteed or money backs bers of the Times' force with eminent ants to her sight that she has known. I satisfaction. I have had personal and busi desire at the same time to acknowledge ness relations with him and do not hest.i desire at the same tiate to commend him most cordially. your courteous kindness. Cordially yours, Yoiis most codaly FREDERICK WARDE. W. 11. HUNTER, Managing Editor the l)enver Times. DR* DANIE I SCan your ey ndgndt I examined the eyes of the school children OPERA GLASS LENSES of Colorada for the State University of Color- I can examine your eyes and grind the ada. I had charge of the optical work at the lenses in your opera glasses, thereby givin Buffalo Exposition. I have the only exclusive, you absolute comfort and perfect binocular the best equipped and finest optical parlors in , vision when using them. Otherwise the the West. I have the highest ability and - glasses can not fulfill their purpose. THE EYE SPECIALIST thousands of my friends verify my statements. My dark room test enables me to Prices absolutely this month only. Frames and lenses complete, the best quality, $2.50 eyes and give a perfect fit without asking the to $10.00. Artificial eyes, genuine Helenholtz, patient a single question. $4.75 or two for $8.00. I Tr. Luke Kly, Dr. Daniel Rosche. (President of the Trades and Labor L Buffalo N. Y. Assem:bly says: YDear Sir-My wife desires m¢ to say tý "I have been fitted to a number of y you that the glasses you fitted to, her eyes glasses, bt yours are t e first to give 48 W. PARK STREET, BUTTE (Opp. Lutey Bros.) ha evere enjoyrded.he R ,est ,vill, se ,: entire satisfaction, and you can use my AUG(UST IBUSCI. wor.Is to thait eeOt" Open Sundays 10 a. m. to 5 p.m. Tel. 741 A l. 741A A.s.u U sw E ý ý ý, ea O peneoaee +rao-. 999oc9c9 , ... . . . ,.,.-,,uq.._,,-,-. a--.-_.'." .z'.'..''..'."r-'.. a.'-'-:-:. .--., . . . . .. 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Now that he is a candidate for a high office, Mr. Evans has discharged the "'Chink," and being still unable to get a ,lrl, he is wthout domestic assistance and the Evans family are making their own coffee and flapjacks without th eaid or consent of any person. It is not possible for the proprietors to publish more than a very few of the numerous letters received in praise of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy and telling of its remarkable cures. They come from people in every walk in life and from every state in the Union. The following from Mr. T. W. Greathouse of Prattsburg, Pa., speaks for itself: "1 would have been dead now but for the use of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It cured me of chronic diarrhoea after seven years of suf feting. I can never say too much in praise of that remedy." For sale by I'axson & Rockefeller, Newbro Drug Co., Christie & Leys, and Newton Bros., Butte. COE COMMISSION COOPANY II (INooRPorsED) Capital and Surplus $300,000.00. Gen'l Offices Bank of Commerce 81dg., Minneapolis, Minn. Stocks, Bonds, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS Bought and sold for cash or on margins for future delivery. We own and operate the moet extensive private wire asystem in the United Btates. We guarantee the execution of orders when limts are reached. Valuable book of statisticts free on ap. pllcatioo. RRPBRENCH3: B 6 Nat'I and State banks sagger, Advertise Your Wants in The Inter flountain WANT AD. RATES. Funeral and death notices, fraternal so ciety notices, entertainment notices, cards of thanks, so cents a line each insertion. Ielp wanted, situations wanted, houses and rooms, ral estate, etc., Is words or les, is cents; 16 words to so words, so cents; as to a. words, a5 centn. No discount for additional insertiois. Personals, fortune telling, palmists, pro prietary remedies, a cents a word each insertion; $a.oo per month per hint. HELP WANTED. WANTED-5o MACHINE DRILLERS, $..oo per day; 5o helpers, $2.5o for tun nel work in Nevada. soo Teamster slip holders and men for concrete and rock work for Utah and Nevada, $o.a5 per day. ao Teamsters and so men for rock work, $2.50 per day; close in. ST. PAUL EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, ilo North Main street. WAITED-BOYS, A. D. T. COMPANY. \VANTE'D-4 FIRST-CLASS Mil.KER3S; one can milk from 25 to 30 cows twice a day, Swiss style preferred. WANTED-ROCK MAN AT ONCE. Apply City Employment Bureau. \VANTED-A WOMAN DISIIWASH* er for out of town. WANTED-TWO GIRLS FOR DOMES. tic work, out of town. WANTED-TEN BRIDGE CARPEN ters at once. WANTED-SIX TIE MAKERS, PAY irc for 7x7, 8 long, awed ends and 8c for 6x7--8 long. Board $5.oo week. Job last till next April. WANTED--TIIREE GIRLS FOR GEN eral housework. WANTED-FIFTY MEN FOR PICK and shovel work; wages $t.5o and board, and teamsters $1.75 and board. WANTED-FIFTY LABORERS FOR railroad work. WANTED-TWENTY EXPERIENCED woodinen, swampers, log cutters, team sters; wages $40.00 and board. tVanted--Man cook at once. Wanted-Girls for general houseworlk, also for kitchen work. Apply City Employment Bureau. REI:IAABLE MEN EVERYWHERE TO distribute circulars and samples. Co operative Advertising Co., Station E, New York. $12 WEEKLY, EITHER SEX, COPY ing letters at home; send stamp for par ticulars. King Mfg. Co., 248 Warren avenue, Chicago. WAN.TED-LADY IN EAClt COUNTY to manage business; old house. Salary $18 weekly. Money advanced for ex penses. Enclose self-addressed, stamped enltelope. Manager, 322 Caxton Bldg., Chicago. WANTED-EVERY IRISH-AMERICAN in Montana to send for a genealogical map of Ireland; contains the old family names; is 2oxa7 inches, printed on linen paper, colored and varnished and on rollers ready to hang up. Send 400 (coin) to the Occidental Supply Co., Box xg7, Seattle, Wash. Advertise Your Wants In The Inter flountali LADIES WANTING LIGHT EMPLOY ment call evenings, 7 to 8, Room so. 3ja% North Main. WVANTED-BOY. UNIQUE TAILOR ing Co., 27 East Granite. FULRNITRE. NEW AND SECOND-HAND GOODS, all kinds, cheap. Sewing machines bought, sold, repaired. 235-237 E. Park. . WE MUST HAVE FURNITURE AND we pay highest prices. Felchmore & Co., az9 E. Park. OECIISLI. 42 West Broadway, pays the highest cash price for second OECIISLI. hand household goods; has new rarges to exchange for OECIISLI. old stoves and furniture; pays freight to neighboring towns. TAILORS. JOSEPH MIKOSOWETS, TAILOR, has moved across the street to s3o0 West Broadway. LADIES' SUITS, $eo.oo UP; GOODS furnished; underwear made to order; pressing and cleaning. tio West Granite street. DYEING. FRENCH STEAM DYI AND CLEAN ing Works; all kinds of lawn, silk, par ty dresses; gent's clothing cleaned. G, Pichon, 23 East Quartz street. 'Phone 764-F. LOAN OFFICE. SIEGEL'S LOAN OFFICE-s8 E. PARK street. Money loar.ed on every article of value. MONEY TO LOAN. LOANS--MONEY TO LOAN AT 8 PER cent; no delays. Hall Brothers, 48 Easu Broadway, Butte, Montana. LOANS ON FURNITURE - LOW rates. Room 2, 77 West Broadway. MONEY TO LOAN -. JACKMAN & Armitage Co., Hirbour block, N. E. cor ner Main and Broadway. DANCING. PROF. AKER'S SCHOOL OF DANCING and culture, Main, corner Pa k. Lessons day and night. RENSHAW IIALL - NEW MANAGE. ment. Finest music in Butte. Smooth est floor for dancing. Lady and gentle. men instructors. Lessons every night, commencing at 8:30. Social every Mon r- day, Wednesday and Saturday nights, n commencing at 9:oo. William E. Sielaft, proprietor. STOVE REPAIRS. FOR ALL STOVES it RANGESI Scott, a16 East Park Tel. ýcs.|. SITUATIONS WANTED. WANTED--POSITION BY AL L-RO-U-N1 baker, Address W. C. Z., care Inter Mountain. NOODLE PARLORS. MEIWAH NOODLE PARLORS; IM porters fine teas, noodles. Chau, Suie Melwah Co., t9p, cor, Mercury, the alley. Inter MountainI Cent "Wants" A Word FOR RENT. FOR RENT-NEATLY FURNISHED rooms by day, week or month; transient trade a specialty. Fitachen Bros., pro prietors. No. 17 South Main street. FOR RENT- FURNISHED ROOMS everything first clas; modern improve ments; $so up. Hotel Oxford, South Main street. FOR RH..T-.NICELY FULRNISHED outside rooms, at Miller block. 551 S. Main. FOR RENT-FIRST-CLASS FURNISH ed rooms at Golden house, 431 South Main, cor. of Gold. Free bath. FOR RENT-NE1W, MODERN FOUR room brick flats. Rates, $ao, $23, $25, $a6. Inquire of Dr. MacNevin, Hen nessy building. FOR RENT--MODERN FURNISHED rooms at 502 West Park street. FOR RENT-NICELY FURNISHED rooms at 416 West Park street. "111 PARK CAFE, THE ONLY FIRST class eating place between Montana street and Idaho. FURNISIIED ROOMS-NEW GAY & (rady block, No. 7 West Mercury street; steam heat; all modern conveniences. MISCELLANEOUS. DO YOU WANT AN ESSAY WRIT ten? If you are a club member, college or high school student or public speaker, we can assist you in the preparation of papers. Information on all subjects compiled; manuscripts criticised and prepared for the press by competent university graduate; correspondence solicited; all relations strictly confiden tial; reasonable charges on application. The Writer's Aid, Box 882, Butte. Mont. 'T) TIlE ELECTORS OF SILVER BOW COUNTY. Getlemen: I have lived 22 years amongst you; have always done my duty as a citizen. I am now before you as a candidate for public administrator on the republican ticket. The office is a minor one, but would be acceptable at this time at your hands. Respectfully yours, J. CHAUVIN, Manager Butte Exchange Fur. Co. MEDICAL. SNTrANA VIAVI COMPANY, 7a Goldberg block, Butte. We treat success fully diseases of women, catarrb, stom ach and bowel troubles. Vapor baths and m.assage treatment in connection. ATTORNEY AT LAW. CARiRlt DC'LMtN, ATT617ýIT Law, Room 3, Washington Block. HOUtiEb. FOR RENT-4-ROOMED FLAT; MOD ern; steam heat. Inquire Hotel Ox ford. TO RENT-S-ROOM FLAT, RANGE, shades, warm air heat, in heart of city, $30.00. Curtis & Majors, a3 Granite. CARPET CLEANING. WEST SIDE ELEC. CARPET CLEAN ing Co., a3o W. Bdwy. Tel. 867 A. Inter Mountain Cent "Wants" A Word TRANSFER. THE MONTANA TRANSFER CO. IS the largest and mort thoroughly equipped outfit in the city and will ivse you best service. Office as WVest Brord way. Telephone, 3s ; postoffice box, 76,. FOR SALE. FOR SALE-CHEAP, IF TAKEN AT once, a confectionery; good reasons for selling. No. :36 West Granite. FOR SALE-GOOD SALOON; LOCA tion good; terms easy. Address O. R., Box 1:64, city. MASQUERADE COSTUMES. SEE MME. ROBINSON FOR MAS querad: costumes, masks, wigs, etc. Order from soS West Granite street, Butte. Professor Robinson, dancing instructor at Auditorium. FOR BALs, FOR SALE OR RENT-it-bRNITURE in a 14-roor.l roadhouse, cheap. See Bailey & Mink, n6 East Broadway. Law and Collection Department. a6 FOR SALE-SIX-HOLE MAJESTIC range, $2o.oo; one large air-tight heater, $:5.oo. 526 Colorado street. MUSICAL. A WASHBURN OR REGAL MANDOLIN guitar or banjo and a term of 30 lessons for $40 at Farson's Studio, 315 Dakota street. Hours, 5 to so, evenings. NINE-MILE HOUSE. NINE MILE IIOUSE-THE ONLY summer resort; choice liquors and cigars; meals at all hours. Stage daily 75c round trip; Sundays, $z.oo. A Roch eleau, Proprietor. ASSAYER, FITZPATRICK & LEWIS, ASSAYERS. Successors to A. B. Rombauer, zo8 No. Wyo. St. 'Phone 659-B. P. O. Box, 114. JOHN R. BAPTY, ASSAYER, x:7 HAM ilton street, Butte, Montana. CLAIRVOYANT. ATTENTION I ATTENTION I - MRS. Dr. Edwards of Chicago, the greatest clairvoyant, trance-medium and palmist of the age, can be consulted on all af fairs of life. Don't miss this oppor tunity. Her wonderful power demon strated while you look. Listen and wonder. Parlors at Masonic hall, 35 West Park street, Butte. ARE YOU INTERESTED IN THE question? If a man die shall he live again? Marvelous manifestations of spirit power; names in full, description, etc., by Chicago's eminent exponent of phychic power, Mrs. Dr. Edwards. Sun day, 7:30 p. m. at Masonic hall, 35 West Park street, Butte. Good music. All are welcome. OCULIST AND AURIST. DOCTOR T. A. GRIGG, EYE, EAR, nose, throat and lungs. Prices moderate. Terms cash. No. 41 Hirbour building. 'Phone 934A. Advertise. Vour Wants In Ti er Mountain HOTELS AND REITAURANTS. The Southern Hotel 25c DINNER 25c The SOUTHERN HOTEL gives you the BEST MEAL, and BEST COOKED food for 25 CENTS of any place in the city. You get as much of any and every dish offered on the bill of fare as you wish. OUR CUISINE is unexcelled. Don't forget the place and you will not forget the dinner. Come tomorrow and try one of our dinners. DAN TEWEY Proprietor COLLECTIONS. LsU'ITT ADJUSTMENI' COMPANY LU.P kots had bilUt try it. zIs Niorlb Mala. YPMU I U...iMA-st1.b, PACIFIC STUDIO, 7a9 SOUI'H ARI rona street, Butte. First-class vork at reasonable prices and prompt attention our motto. DUSSEAU & THOMSON, PHLOTOGRA. phera. First-class work guaranteed. 2a7-lpg East Park street. LOST. LADY'S GOL)., WATCIH, I'HURSSDAY morning, .btween "The Park" aln Montana I[ardwarc store, on Park street, Academy, Broadway, llamiltoni, (;ranite or Main, ,8-K case, engraved with monogram and year. Finder please re turn to Montana Hardware compasny. Reward. HAIRDRESSER. MRS. DIRTIHRIGI-'HT, IIAIRDRESSIN,, manicure, chiropodist. 114 W. L'dway. SURGICAL. H. H. HANSON, M. D., GENERAlI operative surgeon. Officet 25, 26, -27 "I-. ver Bow block. Telephone 403. A.nywhere to Everywhcre. To anybody and everybody going from arywhere in the West to everywhere in the East or South, The Rio Grande Lines offer every inducement and accommoda tion for a most delightful trip. It is the artist's and tourist's route to all that is sublimest and grandest in scenery on the continent. You make no nistake when you choose the Rio Grande for your next trip. The name is synonymous of the very best. Write for rates to where you desire to go, also a copy of "Tourists' Hand Book." G. W. FITZGERALD, General Agant, Butte, Montana. PERSONAL. LADIES-USE OUR HIARMLESS REM edy for delayed or suppressed period; it cannot fail. Trial free. Paris Chem ical Co., Milwaukee, Wis.