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D)eer Lodge. [SPECIAL. TO INTER MOUNTAIN.] Deer Lodge, Oct. 18.-Arthur Hagan re turned Monday from a short visit to Butte. Dr. J. H. Owings visited Race Track professionally last Sunday. J. H. 1 homlson, the well-kaown miner, visited Emiery Stjtday. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Erick Manne of Emery. last Fl idly, a baby boy. James KecnIan and sister of Gold Creek were I.eer l.od;,e visitors Monday. N. J. Dielenherg was in Butte last Fri day looking ::t:.r b-tsiness interests. Attorney J. I'. DIuffy oc Anaconda came down Monnt.cy to attend district court. Ihe Cha+ntimidlc club met with Mrs. F. S. Diavey ''hc.lay evening. A baby booyc was .orn to Mr. and Mrs. Jahn Ilels:,rm of Race Track last Sunda) evenillg. Charlie 1:1i of'f Pony paid his Deer o..Ige friends a visit a day or two the latt:r part of l.ot week. \\:. H. Dexter, one of Butte's bright young newspaper men, spent Saturday with friends in Deer I.odge. Mlr. and irs. I). B. Hlcrtz returned Sat .irday night fronm a few days' visit with oldl-ticme friends in Hutte. Judge W. It. Trippet of Anaconda is reprcesenting clients before the district court in Iteer I.odge this week. Miss Elizanleth Ayleswnrth last Wednes t'ay eveninag Ireated a goodly number of her Deer L.o lge friends to a dancing party at the Mchlurney house. Besides a mos. delightful time enjoyed in dancing, de licious and bounctiful refreshments were terved during the evening. Peter Vali;tn received a telegram Mon day evening from Mrs. Valiton, who is in Portland with their three sons while they attend school, which brought the unwel come news that their eldest son. Clarence, was ill of scarlet fever. Mr. Valiton im mediately telegraphed her to have him removed to a hospital. Pail Mitchell and William Conners of "the Springs." who had been down to the Garnet district after some mining ma chinery to be used on a claim in Brown's Gulch, this side of Butte, passed through here Saturday on their way home ward. Harry lHertz, who went down with them, returned home also. William A. Styner aild Mrs. Carrie A. Montcith were married last Sunday at the Methodlist parsonage, in Deer l.odge, Rev. (. C. l'cery perfcrming the ceremony. WVillia. \Villia:ms has so far recovered from the cfiects of the seriotus operation h dei nderwent ~Ime weeks ago that he is now able to, he about at his home in West Deer I ldge. Presiding Elder and Mrs. (;. C. Rector were in Butte a day or two this week. Constable \V. A. Hufty and A. C. Glover drove over from Avon Wednesday morning. A. W. Emery of Avon, candidate for con stable of Olphir township, on the demo cratic ticket, is ;In Deer L.odge this week on court husinL'h<s5. Mr. and MIs. Milan of Hamilton, who had been on a visit to relatives and friends at Gold Creek, made Deer Lodge a bu:incss visit last Saturday. Felix Senccal of Elliston, Hugh McDon ahl, S. C. Bush and George Brander of Avon and ;George If. Casey of Gold Creek arrived in Deer Lodge Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. James Beaton Tuesday entertained at dinner Messrs. George New kirk, Peter I.ansing and Joe Lodge. Mrs. Beaton prepared for them a most delicious "old country" repast. George W. 'Tower, Jr., the eminent geologist. connected with the M. O. P'. company of lutte was in Deer Lodge Fri day and Saturday in tle Interest of that conmp)any. Peter Hartz of Pioneer was in Deer Lodge a day or two the latter part of last week. lie was on his way' home front Buttc. where he had been to purchase supplies for working his placer and quartz claims up on Gold creek this fall and winter. S. C. l erren came down from Butte Monday evcning for a short visit with his family. A. \V. Martin of the nmining firm of Martin & Connoll, was out frontm elena Wednesday looking after some of their properties on Snow Shoe. Archille Menard left Monday evening for Canaica, Old Mexico, where he has secured a l;osition as time-keeper for a big mining company. lie went by way of Salt Lake, and will there make a short visit en route to his sister, Mrs. McCune and family. Mrs. James W. Fox and son, Joe, re turned Sunday afternoon from a visit t3 relatives and friends in Big Htole basin. I)r. E. F. i)odds, a prominent young physician of Deer l.odge, spent Sunday \witlh NcLv. Ilr. Martha and famnily. lie left oc Mlunday for Aspen, Colo., where he wai married ti Miss l'ratt of that place. Mr. and Mrs. \V. 1. Hliggins and Mr. and Mlrs. J. C. Shlaublut took advantage of the beautiful clday last Sunday by taking a drive out to Rock Creek lake. Mrs. Fred Iloss acdi her little son, l)rydect, of (;reat Falls ccame over 'Tues day of last week, and have since been guest of Mr. andl Mrs. Joseph A. Hyde. Mr. and Mrs. John Fitzpatrick of Wash ingtin Gulch paid Deer Lodge a visit last Friday and Saturday. W'hile here they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Keilley. I ,cere will bIe no services in the Episco pal church Sunday as Mr. Dougles goes to pireach for the Rev. Mr. Love of Hel ena r. .Mr ove is absent on church busi ness in the East. T'he Kinig's daughters gave an Inter esting entertainment at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Eldred Friday evening. Miss Alice Welch, who had just finished teaching a term of school at Mill Creek, near Anaconda, returned hIome last week, and has since been enjoying home and nieeting friends of her childhood. Russell Appling removed his house hold gonods down front Anaconda this week and has stored them here. His wife will remain here as a guest of her pa rents. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Foster, while he tikes a trip over into Idaho to look for a location for future residence. 'Dillon. [SPECIAL TO INT.a MOUNTAIN.] Dillon, Oct. 18.-James W. Mauldin re turned Monday evening from his visit to Helena. J. J. Cusick came down from Butte Tues day evening and is registered at The Met fen. Malcomb McDonald of the dredge boats at Bannack spent Tuesday in town. The St. James gulla was entertained Thursday afternoon by Mrs. R. J. Moore at her home on Railroad avenue. Former Senator Lee Mantle will visit Dillon, Monday evening, October 2o, and make an address in the interests of the re publican party. Charles Perry and John Rosenberger left for Argenta the first of the week to work on the Sunshine mine, owned by Monroe Mann. J. G. Irwin was in town from Jackson Tuesday looking for a house either for sale or rent. lie desires to move his family to Dillon, but was unable to find anything that would suit his recusirements. William Gormlcy of Butte arrived in town Monday to superintend the laying of the roofing on the new Metlen block. Frank Meyers, who has been running engine No. j59 between Lima and Butte ever since the compounds have been put on the Short Line, left this morning for Honolulu to look over the country and will probably engage in railroading in the islands, if he likes the country. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Barret of Horse rrrairie have spent the past few days in hillon and are guests at the Rife home. AM. Nillock. who has held a position in the Fair store at Anaconda for sometime pasl, arrived in Dillon the first of the week and has secured a position with J. W. Lusher. Renz Cushing and Will Hlayward spent Sunday hunting at the head of Sheep creek and they were among the very few luck) hunters of this section, having returned lionle with one of the finest bucks that has been killed in the immediate vicinity of D)illon inl recent years. A marriage license was issued Monday to Bertha S. Forney, who was born 38 years ago in Pennsylvania, and Adelrie Blanchard, aged 29, a native of Canada. L.ater the couple were united in nmarriage a' the Matnse house by D)r. Martin. The wedding was a quiet affair, a few friends only being present. The contracting par ties reside near Jackson. In the Rig Hole basin, and they left for their home yester day morning. Delos Selway was in town Monday from tile upper Blacktail. John Rosenberger of Sheridan was shak ing hands with Dillon friends Monday. Vic Grace was down from the Blue \Vmg district and spent the day with Dil :on friends. W. V. Butler of Argenta was in Dillon Monday attending to mining matters in which he is interested. George \Voodworth, one of the leading stockmen of the Big Hlole basin, is in town from his home near Wisdom. A. J. Noyes returned to Dillon Monday evening from Salt Lake City. Howard Sebree of Caldwell. Idaho, ar rived front the south Monday afternoon and is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sc bree. T. E. Kown. who holds an important position with the Woods l.ivestock com lany at Spencer, Idaho, spent a few days in town this week. George I.enkersdorfer returned the first o' the week from Blackfoot, Idaho, where he had been in attendance on the fair and racing meeting. Hugh McCaleb left Sunday morning for,. Salmon City, where he attended the wedl dling of his sister, Miss Hope McCaleb, an event which took place \Wednesday. 'Bozeman. rSPrECIsAL TO INTER MOU'NTAIN, Bozeman, Oct. 18.-Dr. R. M. Francis was in HIelena last week on business. II. B. Palmhner of Helena was a Boze mar visitor last week. James Brady of Chesnut was a visitor at the county seat this week. Mrs. V1. Dell of Logan was among the visitors to the county seat this week. Mrs. Mathing of Gebo was registered as a visitor at Bozeman this week at the hotel. E. M. Gardiner was last week in attend ance at the Presbyterian synod meeting in Helena. R. J. Perry of Manhattan was among the visitors from that burg at the county seat this week. Mrs. J. I. Ilale of Glendive was regis tered this week at the Bozeman. F. L. Benepe and C. E. Skidmore went to Brishan last week to attend the Arnn strong cattle sale. E. A. Thompson and wife of Cherry creek were among those registered at the Bozeman hotel this week. Mrs. \VWilliam M. Iole returned Mondc.y last from Great Falls, where she has been %isiting relatives for a week or two. Dr. Wheeler of Castine, Me., a friend of Professor and Mrs. Swan, is at present making them a visit at their home in this city. Professor William of the agricultural college was a visitor in Iuttte last \eerk, where he went to attend a meeting of the Engineering association. Professor Tallman of the agricultural college went to Spokane last week to at tend a meeting of the Intercollegiate Ath letic league of the Northwest. Henry Kennedy, one of the prosperous ranchers of Manhattan, was in Bozeman Monday. Fred Bull, a well-known rancher of Sourdough, accompanied by his wife, left yesterday for an Eastern visit, expecting to be gone some time. Durfee W. Fall of Glendive, who is connected with the printing establish ment of J. R. Widmyer of that place is in the city. Mrs. Mary B. Evans, the motlier of J. M. Evans, democratic nominee for con gress, is visiting her son, W'. P. Evans of Bozeman. Rev. Davis Willson and wife of this city were in attendance at the Presby terian synod meeting in Helena last week and were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Sizer. On Wednesday last a team belonging to Frank Rose ran away on Main street. One of the wheels struck the electric light post in front of Crockett's saloon with such force that it broke the wire cable that held up a heav. transformer, the latter falling to the sidewalk with a crash. Mrs. J. P. Martin and her daughters, Misses Maud and Alice Martin, gave a fancy work party last Friday afternoon one week ago at their residence on Olive street. About 7o ladies were present, and the pleasantest sort of an afternoon was passed in needlework and social converse, refreshments of a palatable nature being served at the proper time. The house was lavishly decorated with flowers and asparagus plumes, and the hostesses were assisted in their hopitable duties by Mes dames Thomas Lewis, Sherman Phillips, and the Misses Edna Lewis, Mary Sales and Helen Hancock, A. L. Corbly of Springhill was in the city yesterday with some sample apples from his orchard. They were of the 'Alexander variety, and as noble specimens of orchard beauties as eves' grew on a tree. lie has one tree of this Alexander .variety from which he gathered it boxes this year. P. R. Merkel of Belgrade was in 'the city Monday and cashed in this summer's work on his production ranch. The Woman's Christian Tempera5 union held its regular session Thsrsdaky at the home of Mrs. Rich. The ladies of the Order of the Easte Star held a business meeting Th last at the residence of Mrs. Kenyon. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Koch attended meeting of the Presbyterian synod Il week at Helena, being entertained whl there by Chief Justice Braintly and Mtr Blrantly. ;eorge W, Ellis, democratic candidate for county clerk, who has been confined t his homne by illness during the past wcslq is able to hIe out again and talk politics;- , News of the death of Mhrs. J. P. Nevar4, a sister of Mrs. Frank Ald::rson, was red ceived here last week. She died at her home at Toronto, Canada. As shie was A Bozeman visitor last year, she has a godo many acquaintances in this city who wW hear with sorrow of her death. She.ld[ a sister of Charles Sears of this cAlr and had other relatives here. A private letter received from Aldet man .indllcy at Washington states that he and the lIozeman party of delegates to the (;, . . R.ational encamnpment at \ashlngton. iD. C., arrived there on the sth instant, and tIle Montanta contingent camped beside the Ohio men. The na' tional capital is much crowded with G. A. R. boys, but they are hiaving a good time. The wedding of (;. T. Itriwning and Mrs. Sophia I'erkins at the Baptist church was a very pretty affair. The church had been decorated with cut flowers in pro fusion by the friends of the bride and groom and presented a very attractive ap pearance. The beautiful and impressive service of tile Baptist church was per formed, and at its comtptetion the happy couple was overwhelmed with tlhe con gratulations and good wishes of their mtany friends. The entire party, number ing ab:,ut a hundred, then adjourned to the basement of the church, wlhere refresh Iments had been provided, anld a general social time ensued. Mrs os la. T IA! W. TO INTIt SIlt NI ut.1 Missoula, (Oct. s8.---D. A. Grieve of Bil lings was in the city this week. Mrs. W\. Taylor of Superior spent Tues (lay in the city. Mrs. F. F. Cox is contined at the Rankin hotel by illn 'ss. G. WV. Marc-tt of .nsgow, Mont., wa3* in the city on011 Iusinss this week. J. Sayr of Illhnville was in thie city on business Tuesday. Donald llradford, the ex publisher of Ilelena, was in the city Tuesday. A. 1). G;oodfellow of I)eer I.odge was among the visitors in the city the past week. Julia Baker, traveling representative of tile Missoula Mercantile company, re turned fromn a successful trip to Stevens ville. J. II. Kramer of Eau Claire, \Vis., was Tuesday registered at the Ilifii' Missotdn. Mrs. I.. C'. Smalley d o . inyd,. l f Stevensville, w'ere visitats wldh Mbissolxa friends Tuesday. J. -lawrence Judd was registered at th1' Hlotel Rankin from I.ewistown, Mont., Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Josilph C. Allard of the reservation were visitors with Missoula friends Tuesday. Miss Alice Bennett, who made her hmboe in Missoula for some months, has gone to Ilelena to reside. Chief Clerk M. It. Mflri.le of the Northern Pacific offices has returned front a business trip to iinpe, Idah,o. John Watt, one of the Bitter Root val Iey's prosperous ranchmen, w hose honme is at Corvallis, was in the city on a business trip Tuesday. A i4-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. W\%IL I amilton of the Rattlesntake district, is seriously ill at the famiily home with aplpendicitis. Mrs. McKeown of Ilonner is reported danlgerot,,ly ill with appendicits. Mrs. W,. A. Smith has arrived in the city from Deer Lodge. Shie will spend the winter here. Mr. and Mrs. i). J. I)onohue and daugh ters returned Wednesday night from a short visit in luttte. Ilub Polleys has returned fromn Minne sota, wherc lie Spenlt the sumnuter with a surveying paIt ty. Miss IHelen ilton, who was for some weeks the guest of Miss Flo W\'oody,tthas returned to her home in IButte. Mliss Mary.Mansolf, whto has been for a lung time ill, is so improved as to be per imittcd to return to her duties at the office of the Misotula Nursery compalnly. A fine baby boy arrived Tuesday at the North Missoula homne of Mr. and Mrs. WV. G;. Wood. The little stranger and mother are reported to Ibe in fine condition. Mrs. Flynn, who has for several months been the guest of her daughter, Mrs. It. J. Flynn of East Front street, has returned to her home in California. Mrs. Mattison, who came recently from Butte and was the guest of relatives in the Rattlesnake valley, has gone to Port, land, which will be her future home. Miss Anna Gabe of North Missoula, who has been seriously ill with blood poison inag, is progressing favorably toward recov ery, and was last night reported safely out of danger. I). Conkling of Philipsburg spent Tues (lay in the city with his friend, Daniel Arms of the Missoula land office. Gen. R. Lee McCulloch spent Tuesday int the city en route from Ilamnilton to Hel ena on a business trip. The Misses Maude and Rose Daggett left Wednesday for Wallace. Tile formern will return in a short time with a sister who has spent the summer with relatives in Idaho, while Mtiss Rose will remain a montlh. Word reached Missoula Tuesday of the serious illness with pneunmonia of Frank Tudor at Victor, Mr. Tudor is one of thie oldest of Bitter Root valley pioneers, and a man highly esteemed in that section. The report that comes from the sick room gives only slight hope that death can be long stayed. Mrs. Miles Romney, wife of the popular IIamilton editor, spent a day with Mis. soulsa friends this week. Attorney E. C Mulroney returned last evening from Spokane. Lawrence Judge has arrived in the city from Lewistown, Mont., to enter the Gar den City Commercial college. Col. C. M. Crutchfield, the Lord Ches-. terfield. of Hamilton and thereabouts, 'smiled with the boys Wednesday, Kallspell. [SPECIAL TO IINTE MOUNTAIN.] Kalispell, 'Oct ts.--Il. G. O'Neillt was in the city front llavre this week. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Johnson Monday. 1)rs. B. E. Wiley and A. T. Munro of Kalispell passed a successful examination before the state board of physicians last week, atid were gtnl'ted. certtti;ates. lion. W. G. Conrad of G;reat Falls is in the city on a visit with his brother, C. E. Conrad. Mr. C, F. F. Lightall and Miss Jessie E. Btronson were maIrrkd in Spokane on 'Thursday evening, October 9. As the matter hail been kept quiet and Ioile of their friends were informed, it was indeted a great slirplise to their many associates in Kalispell. Mr. l.ighthall ,s a prominent business man, upright and capable, and lie is to lie conlgratulated up1on w5 innling such a popular Iandl bright )yulng lady. The heartiest and best \wish's of the elitite collltlliiliity are e It l el'( to ith 'i. . caerd club. whoe ietulmbers are some of Kl:lispell's "40 ," was formed last week. It i., to be kuowu as The (3 Club and sill meet every other Wednesday. Tlhe tirst umelting was held \Vedntisday light at thl, homne of Miss (OlBrien. I ttle Meclin Henry had a Lirtlhdilay draw ing at the Whliteside home. All the goodies that the young chiliren enjoy were given theim. andl the iiithdaiy cake with cight caullles on was cnlstlll'ed as quickly as ite canlldies were. aI s (i ,ilil.tunI had quite an ac'idu lt last Silturday. \Vhile out hurselhik ridiig she a'is thrownt fioitt her horse and quite hadly bruise,. ottuniately, she wa:s oin herl guard or it Illight have been mIIte MIr. Fred C'. Sterling, who has beenll here on busintess froml Missoula. has tde parted for his home, goinlg hy way of tihe lake. Mrs. Stanley, wife of the chief engi neer of the piekling plant lit Somers, is here at the hospital taking treatment. Mrs. I). F. Smlith, one of the many Kalispellites who went to Spokane last week, retlrnld from there Sunday. DI)off )avellpurt of Ilelena has gonle bark to his honew after a stay of lnear ly a week ill Flathead valley. Miss Mary I)'itrien rturnied from Sp1o Iane last nlihlit after a plh'as:lit visit of several days in this city. J. V . |larrihglon a ld tf in ly of ithe Fal't Sidi' were the guests of :ir. and Mrs. GIriflith last Friday. JMrs. PIltilt. who Ih:i, Ib'eei the guevt of' Mlrs. l .ish, rn,, reltiurell d to I al.iside till ,,uther da;iy. Miu., Nora I towilsy of Simurs has ionille t I iil,y ti iach in the' pu ll ," , hools. \iMr. Mlys F. ('ranle ca:it' iack from h itr \iI ill :,onk:ltn On ,Sul$n ly n Iliuiqt. I is, Kipp. the Iuit timer of tilhe' Ilack fot rest rvlation, w:. iln the city on buii ness, S uil:lay : II IMo ulndallv . M is Iva li .s . spent Sunday in S.nu crs. Dould cr I. e t- ll, 'in I , II.R .111N I N.l I ,Ll, Ir', 1 J t. 18. I'harles Ilurkctt of I 'plstout ilst Si ing, was hiere hut S~at St. Anlthony's society will meet let I .slay alfte rinooii with Mrs. Forbes. 'M".. 'T. l(ayes is visiting in Heleina this lwek with Mrs. William II. Ilarretl. The tiiitightly iclub reorganized for tihe sinter's work anld held the Iist ieetin.i wiii N s:, A. I. Ilobert.,oni Friday after SI. Ilirkin is tnovw houime' froni her trill to, llith river iand with her ;canIto Miss Ilichlltier fur a visit of a few 'weeks.. Miss isilchtiii r's parents have ltireetly ionie out tromi I ri-tol (oll nn., and ilocated nealr I ti a Iit lierkin' tplalce on Smtiiilh river. 1I. Lou Shores is heire froit Granite, \lt: t., for a visit at the hulrie of her :t.ilher, Mr. Cralle, anld with her nrony rie.inds. Ier daughter, Mrs. Itcaupre, is vig in ratite and thy re very are very well iplasedl with thel place which is kniowii as :I iiilining campir and is well up in the rIrouni - tainls fromi Irhilipihiurg. M51rs A. I. Ward is vi itijg with friends in fireat FIalls. 1 A. r Brown of Ias.in las ieen very sith . bit is now reportlii i tio h implirovinrg. M.1'. l dwin Ryan recently reli'redt from t' textended trip tthrough lihe grail, grow lg Icililtry in Iallatin co lllu ty The fa:nily of Mr. (;. W. iFox of the ptblitc ,'hool, his wifi' and five children, arrived here Thursday. Mr. J. A. I)eadmion is about to start for ( alifornia. le miniiied in several portions oi that linstat the i early days and tlhinks lie knows of tsol e pllacer Iround in Yubah'i uinllty that is good and hl s lerhaps Ilben iiinworlked in the years intervening since he left there. Mis,. Tihomas ull l 11Mrs. Taylor were in Llitstie lfirt of the w ieek ad in company with :1is i. ni'c lall, who is now iiking lh r hlo there, they attediled a session io I lndo ldge. is A. J.I FIros,t a mi-sionary to th' in - 'iaus oli Fort Ifall reservation in Idaho, is expected here in a few days for a visit with Mrs. Mr (' elln, thiey halving been in .tiale friends at Idaho Falls. Mrs. itateuman is here from Melrose for Sfew dlays with her ilaughter, Mrs. Paff. Mrs. F. Iteriatz and chilidren have been visiting for a few days with relatives in Mrs. Janies Shehliy and daughter Miss Mary Sheethy of Sutherland Springs. I exas, are here for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Johni F. Sheehy. Mr. andl Mrs. W. I). 'lTalbiott of Jefferson were here Sunday andl with them was Mr. J. V. MclDonald, formerly a resident of Montana but now of Chicago. J. P. Dailey has mioved his family to Great Falls but he will probably remain here for a few weeks. Mrs. Bradley Who has been having a pleasant visit of three months at the houne of her son, D)r. E. I. lBradley of Elkhorn, l ft Monday for the Elast, going first to Sihicago and then to her homie at Atnes, Iowa. Colonel Trotter is in Boulder again after an abscence o fseveral months and appears as though ranch life in the Smith river valley agreed with him. lie is stopping with Mr. and Mrs. Holmes and is warmly greeted by many old friends. S. G. Wildl went to Hlelena last week to visit his daughter, Mrs. McFltarland, for a few days before proceeding to Lanark, Ill., where he will spend the winter. J. Otis W\atson returned Sunday from a trip to WVhitehall and Butte and will likely remain in Bohuler. Professor Fox spent Saturday afternoon at Helena. C. B. Robertson combined business with pleasure at Helena Saturday and Sutnday. George Pfaff attended to ltusiness at IHelena Saturday afternoon and visited with his sister Sunday. asN 100 .PAGE BOOK FREE °L S IJSUFFEIIRS FROM CONTAGIOUS BLOOD- POISON WE CURE QUICKLY AND PERMANENTLY. u.rpatieitsa cured 15 years agen hy our (reat Dilnrnver, unknownto the profession, arc to--day euundi and well, elolIndh healthy 1llrll1etn lace s cutredtbr. r'.lniv t4c,,on,~ry or Tertiary Cured In 15 to.85 Dfays "ocnbnelteat" c1T III I .twrmsrentty ved at home o the a.ne price, undrc the soae gnaranut. Il you preferto come to Chicago, we will contract to p.y rallroid tare and hotel bills, anl utchbnr r If we all to cure. IF VYOU HAVE taske crerty. (ar ,'itld peotubasn4 s.ill hare aches e palnaa. tuoouia IF YOUv u.a tu tblIrntIh,.ur i5roat..itetleq.1otottoU ioaotikuotrso say part of the bodlyv, hair o.r ove.rwa alln mt, ytl 1 uo r BLOOD POISON WE GUARANTEE To CURE Wo GelllL the ginatauthntltee ivFs, l eh!alentrt the wr-d awrt a etae we aennnten. 'hTi adlmaes a al . ala.ay ...tfalod e itu s l , ac L.[ I nn too thaaaaut pylalelaui. 5,UO00c pltal boblad our Z3Od0 lANoo( Q71Cic. £ se.., COOK REMEDY CU., I O Masoni.oTetlem W h, Chicago.' COOK REMEDY CU., 1062 Maeonlo Tem.,le, Chicago. Great Falls. I ,ls l I 1. 1ii S N Ii 11 il*I\n1 I V. lne:al( r.,., ()I (. I8. Il ,rl y (' a tlllt ll of Adel rtl .itvr.cl ait the Park hotel this weck. 1. I.. 'ripp of Ne.ihnrt i il thei city iin ill uillesi%. J. I'1. 1.ind.,ay, . lititte newspape-i, r matt, is in thne city. \V. F. Kester wenlt to Mid Canyon 'inesday morning oIn ibuisiness. I(ugnie Ilhapanan of Neilmart was in thel city on Iusiness this week. IDr. X. 1.. Antlhoy was in the city ''uesiday, accompalnied by his wii .. l)aviid (. lBrowne of Fort ltltonll is visiting in the city, accompanit'd by)' his wife. There was horn to lhe wife of Fredl Shafroth, .it Secondl lavienne, south, oil T'luesda;y, ta lonl. Mrs. Mairtha A. Ket;als, oolty sulper inltendent of schils, lilt Wi\Inui'.lnday iiiorniog for a vi.it tI the sahol, Is of Neihart a;nd Monar.'h. 'I,.e funeral of Mrs. Angelo 'I'i.elly took place frot tlhe residence of her huIsband, in Little Chicag:n "'uesily aft rnoon tll it 2 o'cloc.k. 'lThe services were elhi at St. Ann's thnt'h at -::0 o'ciock, and intt,'rmntl was made i. Ili (Catholic ciiimetery. I. 1 i. 'ri, iii of ( ac,:i I was in tlie c ity 'lThursldav. Alts, . I .. "lair a ,nd NIts Ihlair l-f I,(il are iin th city. Mi.ss (Carrie I)iowdell has reltrtuIl after a: brief visit in Teton county. 'Mrs. 1). 1). aill.lhic rleturned ,lWednesday :ftlir week's visit in Iltihla. Mr. ann, I Mrts. ' .Ihd.r. 1NaV nielson of Flort l ih lon : ate in Ohw city for a oriel Mrs. J. W. Sthnlidil tamin in flon JhMlt ('. \\. I'r.',le. rank McD),nalh W. M. Green. anl Jliin Sullivani iamie up from 'ort i Jte.ti ,n W ednesday. . :. :vans left Wednesday morning for halt "litei.y tlfttiiolI for a siveral days' 'lay( (l. T. L.enthy hag ret.nmed flon a monih's visit at Chicago l ln , (umin'y, Ill., tand other l:v.,lern places. iMr. and Mrs. Saim ire'ih returned In the city Monday evening fr.m a week's stay in Itillini.s at whilch plaie Mr. Fren'ch alt .eded the sM al e firr u n,.'s co n v n tn.hn . AMr. A. N:athan and Mrs. M. Kanif niiai lIft the city lThursday eveninig for Ieleina to alnienl tlhe I'liginan Jacobs wei dig andl will be tlhe guests of Mrs. Jo>ephl 1lirschberg for several :days. MIr. anli Mirs. W. Ilnarin we're in from Stlokell this week. II. J. Skinocr returined from Neihart "l'o -,day afternmon. J. I r.,gnson, Sr.. ani John liops camne in fronm Truly Mn hay evening. NI':. (tart Arn' isiron' is in litI city from h "r lnt " neIar Ariinigtoii. I Mr . JoIhn \Veaver :amnl MNrs'. J. J. I'at teroni t;l t in frln 'l Truly Molllay c,. IMr. min Mts. Jioli I, I. lwdge have re turned iMn, a visit in Mihligall a8nd Min (C. HI. Power was in the oity from Ihel,na this week. (,G'orge lIIlzt ll w:et in from Midlhe Fiork im ,,i lly. (. 1. Ili y has l',n to Kalispell on iusin isi 11. J. ( o, roy aunt dtwon from lhni,. I ,.e'ly s m,. IIH 'Tue'dlay night. 1I. J. lhialy cami' down from IIlvie 1 uesdlay evetinrlt . Judge .. H. ,..,elie wont til to 1 1 1 1, a \We"dnes ,,ay (oll1ning,, Mr. lod Mr,. 'ul l of lIeplhr ;,re visiting in the city. Jant s (/'(;radly went tiy to IHultt Wed rres'lay morning. (.,ear Adolphson, Ihe S.lmol (ouovv bulsilness . a nlal, is i tiiowni. St, ve i'ierc'e tcaie flown fcol ii N hLrt ''Tuesday. I. M. 'I yier and W . M. Albriglt, hlit l.ogging icree'k iining men, atre ill the city. Misis Carrie Isowtilhl returne d Tuesd'lay from at brief visit with friends inn 'Tcon couinty. I)avid (;. Browvne arrived in the city from lFort li'nton Tuesday eveningtll ac compaiied by Mrs. Blrowne. Miss lIlizabeth Kitngslbury of Great Falls arrived Wednesday tiorning and will visit with friendsi this week. ". :. Evans left ViWednesday morninglll for Lake City, Minn,. A A ' hose tiny Capsules are superior to Balsam of Copaiba, Cubebs or Injections and OURE IN 48 HOURS the same diseases with out inconvenience. Sold b, all Dru gists. 1.J.et,'aper orr w. i rnURc Whitu unanst rrln d "rr MlLVAENi .I...0."ran". eoa-aetringeon. vOIuOs i AT ,O. bM o 'v gYplalr,, Ol.os. U V 04 1t. Vp i Jtiltrn 1r. II Pt ll' i i. I INII" 15 1 UlNIAI :.n ltillinigs. (ct. I s, . W illiamn Iturlett, fotneIt y i'of this lityi' biut now a reshilent o1" Sheridan, Wyo., is among the visitors ill to , vl . ,I ,)'l.y ev .tingu to W illi.I A . RoI. lillso ll of this city ;ild ( it, he(rin' Sc hii.ler of (' r inhl, Mont. i(. I). Miller leftl M, I lay nighti for Alhiii. (itire., hrr. Ii tli i Ii l' aascIep d l 11,1position s night yardsler for the ()re 00,,' Short Lair. T. (. Ryan, wife, chilt and nurse of ].Lavelwortlh, Kan., are registered at the (rIII . Mri . kIyaI n iiis nit mber of they lr l . o.f vyan IIros., ithe large It attlet ,nlS Iia of Ohw Musselshell. (). 1). Wheeler an1I wife of St. Paul are :It tht Biran'1. Mr. \VWheIler is the author (if the Northern Pacific's annual plutblica 1o,., "\ \'ler.lanl," andc i now mal king a tour of the Northwest in quest h f ma l rl'al for the n1,'t issue of that popular work. s.l Kil '. D .''11 I'pll reptblicar c:ln didlate for nomitly tr e:l ,lller, wa;I hlere l, M lday f,,,m l.atnrol. Mr. It,'v,'rill is wide and am, h si hhlt'e r1 p ta 11ion of b hing M1,l of the oItI1 1 ,'i n l I l11'll ever hw lidnt a pub li," p,. lit n in the iolity. Mike (f llli,'tt of (filendice i' registered it the (;r4:11 l, PITY. M , L. Ilyalh of thigl,'1 w s ill the1 lil,' this w,'e k. (,1i.rge l . II;ys, secretary. of :,tall., was Mown from Ileh,.s rI'cenlly. II. 1). ('urtis of IDeadwood, S. D)., was 1,.,i.,hertt it the b;rand this we1k. Mrs. S. Ilagermntn of North Thirty thirdI ,ru11 wa's hemered er la slurpri(e by a IiIIn he.r (1f her Ildy frit'mds Tuesday afternoon. 'Ihe vii"o.1, cam1e with a ,lainty lunch nnd iprnt ',everal hour's at ith- |ingetinan home. \V. A. \l':e returned W\'ednesday via the Ithrlington from a three weeks' visit with his m,,,he.r an, other relauives in ('hicago. lh. is greatly improved in hr:lth by the tfill, and /'o'(ls h,'lfr Ihanl h' has. iu iimonthl. Virginia City. Virginia (City, O)t. It. ]):Ill W hisltan :i .1 J. Y. Itaker Iwere amaong tilt rTcent • Sh,. ihan visitorh . ILichal, I L . Vi lkei s hia, Loa . I, Shleri Iali, where l ]ii hlIla a la epthd a poasitioll In Jami"s W\. Sainaderr4, lIhI' villagei \V'ulcin of ,Ennis, wlas .nhtrtaining hisi irelinds in thte city one aevening l:ast ,ee Ik. Mrs May 1. HIall lIft 'I luradaby alor'ning ala a visit Io Jla h.', W. J. Enis, who has jui t returned fioni ('stlling a shlipment of hleves It) Ii iaiha;a, was; a Virginia ( ily visitor recent ly. lie say., the iaikit is low excepl for high gradel ndi fliishld bIva.s, which al ways hindl readly ,al, at ygal] Il1gurea. Ph'lilip N Moore, one of the dhin tors of the ('onrey Plaer Mhining lompanty, was inl he city last week to asr.c how the dredg.les are ru'llnlaiag. It ia nee.dles', in say that lhe fo dI ('everythllilng r mllllllilll s1 hip shplllr. Phil Jalnes, oiaa ot the o"lest lionleers of Mad;lislonl col u ty, (:Ila ill fl'rot1 .al,:low a r,'lk ,one day last awailk aaal r.hlihr;at'd hlis s'ver' ly' a "ighlht birthdlay with s,:l a of his ,il lillln i flillll inll ilrgill ia i'; y. Jm.g' lRbert liedge of tle:,low creek Sas a , oitor to L i' a l3, thae other day. Led Lode. 5I i'li .W . I n i ';1I l s 'N I I .I (ree.k. lH'inry (;,a, of liridl er ,. i, i the city ,.i, ,eel: slh kie,', hand, with hiI fritnals. lMi,, Martha l)ilwortlh r'tur in d I ti'lay r'ulllll fl ,lol a vii' it to .I l s, ill I eI " VI a , ity. 1. . (. :',w'a ll is lutihliil the l ,ll'' lation for a la -i'i " a: . I rnli;u t, liui ri.'~lil, ac. onl \\Word aiV'aalta. J. Il. I n;lutt,.r :atu l family dlepartlcJ Sat aiarday for thaeir hliuc a it Stuilligllt. \ yo., after a faw allays' visil ii the city. Jolut II. I'rint. of Iliar cr'eat, ha., 'aold his ranclh prla':ty Io RolIr't Leavens. Mr. P'rittz will visit wilh the old folks at ]tomei n the hI' -I II'Iri'e ,ar.'iia4 al dcin:itely vh rrr La ati'I c ast Lhis fnlltre lot. \' illian Ai l. ;hl.la y of Mi 'soul acc',ta . panied Meesrvs. E'vanIs and N ortis on their a ip to aled Lodge. at. 1). Wheeler and ifte of St. Paul v. r' taegist:reld at th i Spaallaral alon day. J. \'. Ilathaway, dicpnitly ilnternal reve anta eaoletor, catt tla tla.slat \cIldme sday. A. EI. lolager hans remosead to tlis resi dente recently (colllItd lnear latser ave Fort Benton. [;tiE:IAIL T a INra l 'tOt'NTAIN.] Fort Benton, Oct. a8.-The Misses Myers, who have spenlt thle snmumer monathas visiting here, left \'edncesday for their home at D)oon, Iowa. Miss Anna O'Brien, Miss Manticl Chem idlin and Messrs. VWill Chenidlin and John Sullivan wett to Great iFalls Wednesday 'afternoon to attend "Florodora" at the Grand opera bouse.