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TODAY'S NEWS FROM THE SMELTER CITY
EINNY IS II CHARGE Succeeds Twohy as the Treasurer of Deer Lodge County. SPP.CIAL TO TTIHE INTER MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, March a.--lHarry A. Denny took charge of the treasurer's office of Deer Lodge county this morning and P. D. Twohy, who has held the-position ac ceptably for the past two years, retired. Mr. Denny has appointed as his deputy, George M. .lohlnston, who has been in the office with ;Mr. Twohy. Harry Icnny is a printer and he has been employed in the mechanical depart. ment oi toe Standard in this city for several years. Hle is very popular with his fellow worknmen. On Saturday even ing at the close of the work day the boys gathered around him and presented hint with a magnificent timepiece of the latest and hest make with solid gold cases. In" scribed on the inside w'as the following: "Presented to Ilarry A. Denny as a to. ken of appreciation and regard by his fellow workmen February ab, 90o3." Notwithstanding the fact that Mr. Den ny was last fall elected to one of the best paying and most responsible offices in the county, he has never missed a shift more than usual, and he worked until quitting time Saturday evening. BUSY DAY AT THE TRAPS Rod and Gun Club Men Are Out :n Force. SPECIAL TO TliE INTER MOUNTAIN. Anaconda, March a.-Yesterday was a busy day at the traps, and many of the best shots in the city. who are members of the Rod and Gun club, were present and participated in the sport. It was prac tice day, preparatory for tile events sched. uled for next Sunday, when it is expected that many of the best shots in the state will be present to contest for the chdllcngte mnedals. The full program for next Sunday's shoot is not yet complete, but it will be arranged in a (lay or two. NOTICE OF TIME AI'POI"'TED FOR PROVING WIl., ETC. In the District Court of the Second Ju. dicial District of thel State of Montana, County of Silver hIow. In the matter of the c;tate of W\illiam ITowe, deceased: Pursuant to an order of said district court, made on the kItlh day of Fibruary, 20o.3, notice is heIrel,y given that Monday, the nth day of MI:rch, ,jo3. at to o'clock a. In. of said day, at the court roomi of said court. in the "l'ttle building,. at the city of Itutte, in the naid county of Silver low, has been :appointed as the time and y lace for proving the will of said Wil an HRowe and for hearing the applica tion of Ralp 1 E. Dutch for the issuance to him of letters testamenltary, when and where any person inlt.rcated mly appear and contest the salle. SAMUEL M. ROBEIRTS5 Clerk. By EIUGENE M. ROTIERI'. Deputy Clerk. Dated February so, r9o3. Amusements. Anaconda, March 2.-Knuttoe -Erickson. who is well and favorably known through his comedy work last season ill "Iol Yonson," will appear at tie Margaret on March 7 in Managers Broadhurst and Currie's latest production, 'The M.a From Sweden," a new conmedy drama from the pen of Charles Newman. Mr. ,Erickson is considered to be the best ex ponant of Swedish comedy characters be fore the public and has unlimited oppor tunities to display his ability in "The IMan From Sweden." SCALP HUMOURS Itching, Scaly and Crusted With Loss of Hair Speedily Cured by Cutiura Soap and Ointment When Every Other Remedy and Physiolans Fail. Warm shampoos with Cutlcura Soap and light drossings of Cutiours, the great skin oure, at once stop falling hair, remove crusts, scalesand dandruff soothe irritated, Itching srtfaoes, des troy hair parasites, stimulate the hair follicles, loosen the scalp skin, supply the roots with energy and nourish. ment, and make the hair grow upon a sweet, wholesome, healthy scalp when all else falls. Millions of the world's best people use Cutloura Soap, assisted by Cutloura Ointment, the great skin cure, for pre serving, purfltying and beautifying the skin, for cleansing the scalp of crusts, scales and dnndruff, and the stopplng of falling hair, for softenlng, whiten Ing and soothing red, rough and sore hands, for baby rashes, itchings and ohafings, In the form of bathe for an. noying trritations and inflammations, or too ree or offensive perspiration, in the form of washes for uloerative weak nesses, and many antiseptio purposes which readily suggest themselves to women, as well as for all the purposes of the toilet, bath and nu.sery. Cutli oura Soap combines In one soap at one price the best skin and ooaplexlon soap and the best toilet, bath and baby soap in the world,. Cbmplete treatment for e ay . hbu mour, consisting of Ctioura Soap, to oieanse the skin, Cutloura Oitlmet, to heal the skin, and Cutioura Pills, to cool the blood, may now be bId tor one dollar. A single set is often sila l olent to oure the most orturing, dbsig uring, Itohing, bari and scaly ha. mours, soomas, rasiieaud Irritations, from Infancy to age, when all else ftals, ON-PURE FOOD BILL Number of Local Doctors .Sign Petition to Have it Passed. SPEr(iI.. TO TIr: 1Ni1aT. Ou.t'SAI. Anaconda, March a.-Anaconda physi cians have declared themselves in favor of the pure food bill recently passed by the house and now pending in the senate. The petition was yesterday forwarded to the. state senator for this county. The peti tion was signed by every physician in the city and it is understood that a great ma jority of the citizens of Anaconda favor the measure. The petition follows: To the Senate and House of Reprearn tatives of the State of Montana--lonor able Sirs: Recalling the analysis of the Anaconda milk supply. made by the l'edia tries laboratory of New York City within the part 6o days, which showed that one dairyman was offering for sale to our citl sens a normal milk for their consuiuptirn, and, knowing, as medical men, that human lives can be sacrificed by impure food stulls and that legal enactments are necessary to secure relief, we respectfully ask.your ta vorable consideration of the meat andl milk inspection bill now before you. "The necessity of such a mneatsure is so evident and so urgent that we feel it would he questioning your intelligence to offer ex'nldcd argumtlentl ill favor of this bill. "We therefore petition you to grant this olon to the people. II. W. Stephens, MI. I).. muayor of Anaconda : Michael .1. Ieahy, M. i., J. MI. Rockefeller, MI. I).. W. H. Enmrlish. M. I).. (. C. Evans, M . Ii.. James NI. Sligh, M1. I.. George II. ()wen. M. 1).. M.. \. Vetnan. IM. I). . T . Me Kunzie, MI. I).. Felix I.. St. Jean, M. I).. uld JI. F. Sptelman. M. I1. LITERARY NEWS "Time, the Conmedian." is tile .sltg Stvel\ title of lithe novel in Ainsiue's for .March. The autlhor is Kate Jordan (ir. . I. 1 l. t'rtttlilye . whose work is alwlays tiutaile for it.tetse dramatic quality and hdlelity of cllhaactcrization. In s.ece-setting this inovl i, pcculin rly atlractlive. The earlier lptrts ("f th storiy are lail it the familiar lurclic, f .ctNew ) rk snieity, ad theii litter if the (t:c iroinmenlt ol the Amit Cn ti cl.O:ly ii t i 'i. is. In th: saine nuIitller is a ille t :nu ng and ct.hipper little play by t'. rolini I llter. I le tlli ulli ng it l it. ',:ullt." rAlan alile is at onl:ce f ut.ull . inctiitiS :tll ittU aly hl hl ii a ll a per iio "I hI" Sublime .Art ,of l'Is'h.- l ctor ." A new a riter, v ith a gift of tun decid d Ily full and original, is I)aviil litr ton li t i.ltribute., a stI ry. "'l' (I lalst l e able hits of fiction publishled in manyt dait. Charles ltl tell l.consi, in "My 'tuh. r', li-adr n;. " givest- va h tluble hints t i the ill: oio t.u,I h." s fl r:0,,,ttt< hii lah lchk.y ; ,ll is ill a itilanl ry "sl ti t lo e Or Ii s.pllntl il night. "I'arsifal," bhy 1,y \\ettnore (I ar ryl, i, a quaint, pretty Io.'t story of ail sAtm rican girl abroad. Le r.i e ilort'ti. author of "i ike A.thi.ier Helent." and Stlher ;tonI . ioels, is in tililtt le atilth a virihle . tory of t hic:i,io ei tile, "'\Ii . hlack' i Alfnily." It rnadls like a tpage Iri. the life chronicle of the Middle '\ei t mittrlpolis. "f he Subjugatiotn ol l'.krtl, l'asha." by l'rince Vladimir \'ia tat.ky, l a lr"aii .g ,story of at love ntair in illl m:ti c ircle,. Oscar tlg ID)avis iller, "'l.is .M lly Joined." a tale full of senit Iient and the spirit of war. A most in gentia1s lilt' skit is "Soundtl antd I ury. biy S. Il. Peters. 'I here are not more than a couple of pags of it. and rthere is laugh in every third tine. Second Edition. D). Appleton & Co. Statte t hat (iauney C. Il utchkiss' tnew hook. "iotr a .iaidien Brat e." just published, went into it, second edition before the day of publi cation. This ias all excellent t Ilbutte t the developmtent of Mr. Hfotelhkiss' skill as a writer of stories of the .Revolution.i ary period. "For a Maiden Brave" deals with the exciting days on Long Isl:at..I just after tihe retrent of Washingtottn, alI there are brought into thle story matity' Ihistoric landimtarks. such as Friunlce's tavern, in New York, tle old Jones homutie stead on ong Island, and others of itt tertst in New Ilaven and vicinity. An Energetic Magazine. (One of the brightest and most energetic of the tuonthlly mtagazine., is ('otkey's lHome Journtal (Chicago). It is edited with a view to pleasing every ntenlder of the family, and that it does so far as it is possible for one nagazinc to do so. Thec March issue contains the usual quota of sthort tories by well-known authors, de partments for the home and a departs eit of mtusic. Chief among the features for the amotther and daughter are a page of "Original Designs for WVaits," "l.essons itn Lace and Embroidery ,Making," "A Lesson itn iome Millinery" and "A l.es son in Home Dressmaking." Miss Fincth contributes an article oau "A H'edding Breakfast in March," and Ethel M. Colsot is the author of ai illustrated article oll "Beautiful Window Gardens." A very pretty two-step for the piano is by Frances Robertson,. Country Life in America. The Marcfh number of Country Life in America marks thle highest achievementt of the 'most beautiful magazine published in this country. l.ike thle Christmtas Amttal the Gar'dening Manutal is a double number of about too pages which sells for so cents. The pictures are superb. Every depart ,ment of gardening is covered by practical and lispiring articles. Prof. L. II. Bailey, the editor and leading horticulturist of the country, writes of "The Home Garden." Colonel Verbeck tells how he tmade his charming Japanese garden. Warren H. Mannting, the noted landscape gardner of Boston, explains "How to Make a Formal Garden at Moderate Cost." "School Gar dens" and the work of the "Philadelphia Vacant Lots Cultivation" are strong fea tures. "The Home Vegetable Article" con taltts novel ideas for doing away with drudgery. The Sargent Estate shows the finoest Americaet example of natural land scape gardening ever pletured. "Why and How I Made My Country Home" tells the evolution of Mr. W. C. Egan's home at Highland Park, Ill., which has an inter national reputation for its florticulture. Other inttreiiting features are "The Itul. BOSEIICH IS JAILED Alleged Newspaperman Is Taken Upon Charge of Imposture. ItCt'IA.t. 10 THE INTER MO'NTAIN. Anaconda, March J.-So-called news papertnen are Ibcoming rather much of a nuisance in this city niul thIe second mnan in le~s than a year to declare himtself a knight of the quill and then inmmediately go to the bad is now in the county jail charged with obtaining mloney under false pretense. It is Anton Bosetich, who, it is alleged, represented that he was the au thorised agent and correspotment of an Austrianl newspaper. published in New York. and upon such replresentations secured several dollars. Yesterday CGhief of Police Taylor was notified ,by Zotti & t'o,, pltllsimers of the paper, that the man was an itlposter and that he was acting without a;tthority from them. Promptly upon the receipt of the tele grain the chief, aecomlpanied by Sheritf Petelin, looked the gentleman up and placid him in the county jail. This is the second time itosetich has Ibeen under arrest since his arrival inl the city. nearly two weeks ago. lit' was first arrested be.r.ause it was believed that he was inmplicated i th the toeft of some re. volvers and otlher plunder frotlt the IDelzell store onl EIatI Park avetnue. I.aumbelrt. tihe other alleged newspaper Imanl. was found guilty at stealing a goul rinst by Judlge Ilany-s. about two weeks ago. lls east was allpealed to the ,listrict Cý ti l. lfr'luiiet tl iof the Back Va:rd." "\hild Ihow cr ifor the Iflmle \1inldh " an11 "low1 to :ave a Tree in the Road." World's Work for March. Ini thee \Vrld's Work ir Ma.ich ilf at td, cnl :articles of tnn1na;il ;nl tinltl y il lirtuic stanfd nut frot a wtIeli staried list If ( Iter t. I.iri ' lrer Ple 'rry r .-CI ihe. hi. i, rifi p.r. ,:.1 (.lap ri lnlt in the Mar coni station atll ape 1,i .le-n .Marconi ,t a . tendingl tu ,""' t., '.l1;.smI, a1 l '-hfhts ieanrly what ci i ;i ercii; l 'iri, l* ' ith:,ra thy will wean th.,rer ,s .1 i Ilarv'y h.1, writth.n It 'tirrinu., ; telI. :abouit 1 hin :thi ier tun, y. it,r, inlllilltl \il lh, t u spirit ri fe. iin ." Ifo)l.i' by A\.11 4rr , tiiteuw at really n tii.ni l view ni1the1 l ll tintl II t' loi teachers t d titri heir li.fe l,,rk: If ir. A Sl,.li cl lrcittyc . eIl, a lr , arlncUti:tinY r Illtl Jlhnl "'a;lrll (Of I.;ghlis a rite. ,i .x" of the inteMarch National.tli tie \'enczulan dispult, ha, rai-ed,. lc...e these six i trikng e aurei ftes ary he tmenl tiind two faully illstrated s!,ri. , one t1h the' ".Modsi icr.n otl." by Alberv Iokw elow Paineti, ol the other by rani "(tn iv . Price Shat: "' Sav'il'( the lSotheri n Fo"rt.'ll " andll briefer articlesn," about the "tarlngie Insti tution," by yr. 1). C. iilman, itj preIi raent: "A Srtiaten, it of the Ameid dca Aimc" "o i fenir of the I'te f lthe Publice" ichoolsan" "Why Shakespeare Ist NM ('n'erstood." anl "I icrmlal Tendencies in Soutlkh America." the a particularly lo An and varied "March of IEvents" a series of cnotritlse on the aif egro prbic.m d special entiofn and in Among the l n iler ll's all rkert a series rlpn "Aa crtinog ur I";xp,,rts to the Foreign Trade." The March National. ading featurerly of the March Natia al Mali azine arer : "llow inani for the rile New ncyo" by Mrs. ielva nckwood, th, only woman who ever made that race; "The Worea epublic f thWa e Futureet." " by Archtlybishop John Ireland "Give the c oy a air Chance" by Secand retary Leslie M.1 haw : "ersoynal Ieulnti ction f in ctry woln anda Statesmen of Ilo Toe." by of tholonel James 11athork Scovel: and "The One Tihousand Dorun," a reat Klondike storyft by lack I.ondon. ofhere are scores of other fresh and readable articles, ltories, poems and de partments, including special illustrated ar ticles on four of the best w itie in Amer ica- -Iapngr in the fiat. Toledo and Mil waukee in the central West, and ios An geles on the Pacific. On Wall Street. Some idea of the absorbing interest in Wall street afair i given by Sreno S.under Pratt, formerly of the Philadelphia Pb!, lic Ledger and now financial editor of the New York Times. in his new hook, "The Work of Wall Street" It wase. re cently computed that the cou ercial anort financialhed articles and market reports pi ubo lished every year dn the daily, weekly and mnonthly bulletins of this country would make nearly a7,0ooo0,on books of the size of "ieblavid Ilruo.," More than one-fift of everything published relates to busi Julian Ralph, 'The death of Julian Ral"'h, famous as" a war correspondent, calls to mind a unique venture in which he was interested, in collaboration with Conan Doyle a.td Rudye owrd Kipling- tnaely, the pubtiation ofh, autho newspaper in the field during tub Boer war. It was called "The Friend," and ha been put in permanent for a ookm under the title ion of " Brighter Side," anb dedicated to Field Marshal Lord Roberts. It reached a circulation at one time of S.Sou copies daily. LITERARY NOTES. Liebler & Co., the theatrical managers who have produced "The Eternal City," "The Christian and "The Manxman," are now considering the dramatization of "The Girl at the Halfway House," by E. Hough, author of "The Mississippi Bub ble." Frank L. Stanton's "Up From Georgia" has gone into a second edition. This is somewhat unusual for a book of verse. D. Appleton & Co. have just issued a theater edition of "The Manxman," by Hall Calne, now beian played in Southern cities. SERMON OF BAPTISM Rev. Setzer's Remarks on the Rite of the Baptist Church. SPCill. TO rillE INSt MOUNTItN • ntacOndta, M.arch. .,, I1n the Itapti..t chullrch last tvt'il.itlg thle Rt\v. S"ttzr Ipreaclrled a atrmllonl ni hptip n anlltd the le. aont taught by it. The reversrt'l getltiitt ,aihl in ma't : "l::ptistm is ttnot Ialpti sinl; regrteraltioln, agil ,iaptitnl ia tiot the ioor by whi ich we nthtr lhiavL-tn, mit I ilo not ..it chili that ,here is Ino other way, for Jeattu plainly . ts a nt the door alnl by tin if :tilt ititin .lntr he shall bie avertl.' ''hIl, if we ar1 th lie saved by hvaptisttm what wouth hate hiten the utre.l of (',hrist'a teath otn the cri,, ? Anti if we are siltvrd bt, haptiam. thun we are tot tavel t)i- arate throttgh f a th. ts we are told inl the Witrd of tuit Itttllher ii savatiLti.m a gift, as Je.tlS hias "Ittpti : it tittnersitnt ilto water, anu all hcholarr are Riretd that l4mnitan vi ,entl;i1 haptisan by) ,inlver'4ion. and admit th at intltttertiont wa' Itttt' aici t forn it h,,ti., 'That is truly a burial. Thrit ttiii h'uig that is ttot iuitttttrsiitlt it n1ot bin ,.lt. thereforr it is not a New 'I'Tlestamcntit halptisin. "the I'astIo s taugtht ly tlatititt: ,As we |l.l e atieadly scotlt ,ha;pttalt, i, a hunriil int u1r"'.in i, alerdini g tit N wt T atilett ti:tlhtllt,. .hat are wa ti hltartt ft t t hitI iortitna,.e? 'huit ie t joitly diedt tIhtt ac ,tIe joiitly utriied v itth Iliti, tir lie was Itmr.i fur uis ani.i. h ty faithi accelttt iii iath.il for sin. fir otir deatth aol lii ierial, for ir tit r ih r , Ithat j1 t 1 a t r 'hrit Si,,, rais I1 frlhit u;111oiig ttle tetil ttitiugh. t illIt t oll''. liil. miight iLlk aItlI wi wteteI I· riti tnt tilt:ii:. ittl I..l tint that11 1 t 1n huutil jii 'tl:y irtt ilil it:ilh t h t trist th( body a, -i might he mu ich. Imw l,.er i .'.-." ANACONDA BRIEFS A. D T. nmesrenger- promitni, reliahle. Ia eV. i. Ltt tilt.i ml atI hit, i, t lhe c i r \ It hda . t t t ' h i t i t ' I , . ii t t ' h 't . n . i t ie r . lb1 . .ippinillt',l :scvounttaield hlint i,. l~er ai. (ls usa ," S,*t prinil.. I. .L, MoraiLn, o I n l he w,,ll kn-,,,wn Isu,,,tes. of Ih lt.t , w,,a,. 11 the itily yet ea..ity aml~ retul rlleld toIu. t l l t, hi.. mo1,rnintt \ I i t. i. it , riti t oI thV t I .,'l,.. lthil S%.i nin ,t a. l'ida. In hii , iv', in a e o', f '. ,Jl ucal. , t o I'1" p revtl nt't nll t htllll .,, .mli/;stli,,n ,f :t Ite;n wlal. llll nl a barklq' Mt,3crs, *1 lno ltuphtr Ill th"' " l,,,t ,,i lh, m altohr ,, th,. II., .\. t I' ls t.bs',;y. w,,, I t,. t'.lh.tt . ittrlrt:4) o... nlili. lany II,., ,'li. :, ' .',ll kn,, n k n h .- .,1l a a,1 p a" :i nl tll nll v ty'l, ha'ts flll% il l aIt € I m an~ll ill otII at| l.It' itutllt pol m ueh.Hl 11, J. \, ili m -.in on ass .ved il llt.e tilv ,,..teral.ay r'l' u sil I l o'slI.tll to th ," :s p,-itimn t thwv u ll ti.l ,lol.;ttlnot ,, th,' lInl'It IW. ll*'n I I*.lt andll I, o. rtl Stel b rilliil,' e till ltty, .hw i'. Ill,, i nh ick1s- alll w.if., viattd ,;r,.' In the I)i-,lrict ( ° ,lrrt of the S.e ond Jo dI c" l District of thle . Slat,- at .,o ontana, in anl for the ('t¼lllty of Silver Ihow. In lthe mattter ti the estate itof Daniel J. \\'lch. decL.o:sdl : Notice is' herehy given by the underr it.ned, administrator otf tih ce tat of I;,irl-I I. Welch, dreceased, to tihe credit aII' of and all persolns having crlaiim. a'.iist thr s;aid decr.sred, to cexhiblit them, wIIh the neceslrary vouchers, within ten iniths after the first ipublicationi of this ,ntlce to the said adltlllni: trator at rooms N,. .14 and i5 Ilirbnur building. Ilutte, M~tt:lta. the samte bt'ein. the place, for th*, transactiont of the Intsmtess o said es t:te', in the county of Silver Ilow, state of lonttana. DANIEL. A. WEl.(H, Acdminiistrator of the Estate of I)aniel J. \'elrlh. ldeceased. J(tIN A. SIIELTON, Attorney for Administrator. I ),ted Ilutte, Montana, itls 16th day of Fblruary, ioi.3. NOTICE FOa PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, ) Land Office at Helena, Mont. ). February 3. 90o. ) Notice is hereby given that the follow ing-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before John R. Eardley. United States commissioner, at Anaconda, Mont., on blarch 7, 9oo3, viz.: Ernest J. Joss for homestead entry No. .a,76a, for the south cast quarter Section s4, Township 4 north, Rangtte Is west. lie names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and caltivation of said land via.: John O. Allen, Frank Callan, William Callan, John Karlack of Anaconda, Mont. FRANI D. MIRACLE, Resater. MINING APPLICATION NO. 463$. United State Laud Olr, Helem, Mees tana, December sa, sos.. Notio is hereby given that the Ana conds Copper Mining company, a eorpeor. ation, cresid and msisting under sad by virtue of thu laws of the state of Men tans, by John Gillie, its attorney-In-fast, whose postolfiee ddreee ie Butte, Mon tans, has this day filed Its ppllestion tor a patent for 76.6 acres of poacer ground, bearing building ston, situated in Ger man Gulch (userganised) Mining district. Silver DBow couty, state of Montana, end designated ,y the field notes and offcial plat on isle in this office as Mineral Sur. vey No. 6587, the said claim being knows as the King Pasoer and is more parti.g larly described a follows. to-wits Beginsanl at the northerly Corner No, s, a granite stone, xsoxse Inches, to inches deep, marked s-6587, from whlic the southwest orner Section s, Township 5 north, Lange so west, Montsl.a Meridial bears north 17 degrees as minutes west 4817.* feet, running thence south 4s do. ers 84 minutes east goo feet to Corne e. ae which is also Corner No. 8, Si , vey No. 6o6, Lot 44; thence south se degrees I minutes west .o8,. feet to Cep -er Ne. t; thenes south s8 degrees s bluaiw west s,,.s feet to Cerwn Nao 4 thence south s6 degree s7y :.Iste west 4d1.y feet to Corner No. s; thence north 63 dlgrees 40 minutes wet s6$.7 fort to Corner No. 6, which Is also Cotner No se, said Survey No. 606; thence south 4 degreeaa a minutes west 1433.5 feet 0 Cerasr No. y; thence nonrt 4 degrees 4 minutes west s587.4 feet to Cornel So.8: thence north 46 degrees 8s mlanues .est 649.j feet to Corner Ne, t. the plaee of beginning; containing so area of 76.69 scret 'the loentlon of this claim Is of reeed Is the R..erdor's oefice of Silver Bow coutnty, state of Montana, cn Page 4~, in book "1' of Placer, Millsite and Watel Riaht Records. Then are no eonficting eclalm. Sue. V7y No. 606, Placer, Low 44, idJolie oe the sottheaste:ly side, Hugh B. Me Cleery et al., appllcants. FRANK D. MIRACI.!, Re;:trr. First plhtrleatfon Deemm'mr .A. tont. MINING APPLICATION NO. 464t. United States Land O.li-e, Ilelela, Mont., Jcn. so, po90.1. Notice is hereby given that Andrew V. Corry, whose postofltce ad;ress is lButte, Silver Hlow county, Mlolntana, has this day filed an application for a pate at for 1,00oo linear feet, the sat a bern1 for 750 fret in an caster'/ ,nll 75o feet in a westerly direction from the p0ont of aim. eotery on the AILbrlt l'ik Lode Mining claim. rtl:statd in r'ourtL of ;,sly ;unor. ganized) Mimting i.istrict, IL0.Irson c(u.nty, Montana. the ,ositin, a o.,rne and extent of the said r ir;ng claim, dlesignated by an official sarte', talrr.,f as Survey No. 678s, Tonwship Na o 7esat Rea NaI tp west, a notice of which a,.l posten on the aid day of l)ec .nher. !*:a. an:! being more particul'ar;/ ,me for amid described in the ofltial fi-lit ..o.e., nd plat thereof on ile in this oilky, as follows. t, wit: llegilnninl at the In.'t ."ae t :orner, a Cross on granite stone :n platc, marked 1-6;731t fr (Corner No. r, from whence Initial Point 4o. . at. aaliihed for sulr veys in the unasurvryec,. pation Itreera tio:ial Towns.ail . north., Rlat 7 west. beals north 3.; delr-ee 34 m',l.. ; and .1' sec.nds west 6.857 feat. en I rnllniing th,'nce south ja degrees end 38 minutes tasst oo feett Ior ('lrnl . " .*J; t:lenCe mnirtll 57 dlrgrecs and a itllluute east I,0oo feet to Corner No. ;, thelnce north Ia degrees and1l SK 'iii enies west onu feet to Corner No. 4;: Il tcer south 57 degrees and J iiinutes west ," r , f Iet to Irlltner No. I, the place of tmegl,,innm g, contain. log an area of :0.66O a.e,, c'alnieci by the above-named appl, ir:. foir 'itmlnmt. The location 0f tIhis itne is r'ecorlied in the office of the rerortier aof .leferLson ront.,ty. tit pf:lre 26', to IHomlk a of I.idea. lIh' only adjoinimng clat.u,i is til l. lunt.'ga View lode on the nIOrlhll t claimant nti. known,. whle .mSurvey No .,xa,4 the Contra Costa lode, Andlew V. (ai, y t al. aplpli. cants, lih adjs ,rtiit on the tia ihwi st. FIRANK 1). MIkAt'I.L, a,; lteer. JOS. II. IIAli('I:R I'nitld .Staa'rt ('l mai Agent. (:irit mmlcamtlaai l,:ti.ary t., .i.j.) WINING AIl'lICAT'll iN NO. 46.16. I'tilt , I Stitm . I . d "aa a , lh1,.1t, ,Mon.tmna Janunty t., rou.. NaIiic ;l imelr.y gaven that li.lh Ir. LIt amIIyv hDi . S. I a:i iy.lhaer alt,llnly in faI r, .,., tile ..ittall and It o.iinn (C'i,,ns li datred MlininIg rlcopany, , r1s11, ratee u t, ilit ',l hl.lllti 'a'milel r lllV. , t l ir: It iall e,a - immlitig . IIaahi, lia.l-lhs + " iI *lih t it Nm'lllw, la tatita;m , have tlis d, lay fillI tl'ir .. , l.a li'n. f; . la patn for S.in, liinealr f'et. all weterly fromai tIhe piint i" h. maova ty ilI drift, oif the Torrid laa Mi ,iminIg Claim, I iupon wlih : ni.ti, . of(t inlt,iltiainl tam apply for a ptt at t was nAten, the al dal .ly mIf mounrlty, sitati of Momlait.na, ieiginatd al;m Sirvesy No. 0,754, in Sectionl m7, l own, hip ,1 north, Hang. 7 we.t, being inuare partih i lar:ly dmi rtm lIhld as r flloa,s, to. wit: Ia4inning alt Ithit nothr ,,t l ltuerr, a grottle stol , iset in tIe ground, w it t a IIU.tud of call t alog1.m.mm., nail nil , aed "(4754 for Coi lier No. I, Irorm w hic:h the northeast carnmir of .SettiJ 1, "l'awhwnap j north, Range 7 west, bears north do.e gl. n 15 lminult . west .l1a feitl; LIat l"".a nait thrnce smoth a dlegrees i5 lli :nes east (m)mu fm et ; Ilhenrc soiuth delgrees 41 minutes west (,ho fait; Ithence aortllh 0 degrees a. minutesa west 60o feet; thlrnre north 89 degrees 43 mis utes east 66o feest to the place of begmiamusg, coutaining an area of 9.go acres claimed, all of whicrl is in conflict with Survey u.o. 1a56, anid re ports Nos. IaS and 174. inclusive of o.o6 acres in couflict with Survey No. 1974. The location of this claim is of record in the Recur, rs office of Silver how county, Montana, In !look "U" of ludes. on pages" 7 and a84. The adjoining claims to these premises are Survey No. 197a, Si rea.l l.ight L.ode, Lot a81, on the northeast. Survey No as16, placer, cot art, on the south and east, Report No. Isa, Washington IPlacer, and Report No. s74, Polly P'acer, on the south, and Survey No. 1488, McQueen Placer, Lot 0a5, on the west. FRANK D. MIPACLE. SAMUEL BARKEm, ,R., Attorney for Appliasts, (First publication, January sa, 1903.) MINING APYLLA'I UN .1u. 4645" United States Land UOice, Helena, Mon. tans, January a., Igoj. Notice is hereby given that Lulu F. Largey, by M. S. Largey, her attorney in fact, and the Butte and Boston Consoli. dated Mining company, a corporation e.: lating under t laws ot the state of New York, whose postoflfce address is Butte, Montana, have this day filed their applica tion for a patent for 66. linear feet, all westerly from the point of discovery over discovery drift os thi Tropic lode mining elaim, upon which u notice of int:ntion to epply for a patent was posted on the ad day of January, tecj, aittated in Summit valley, unoranised, min.ng dis trict, Silver Bow county, state of Mon tana, designated as Survey No. 6755, in Township 3 north, Range y wet, Section 17, and being more particularly described as follows, to wit! Beginning at the northeast corner, a granite stone set in the ground, with a mound of earth along. side, and marked s-6755 far CorJer No. 1, from which the northagat corr;; of Section is, Township . north. Rang west yrees feet, sad nsw th deo e o degrees 5 atlonutea e,4 oo feet; thence touth P degree 43 ainutea west 66o feet; thetsa north o degrces s min. utcs west 6oo feet; thence north 89 ,m. grees 43 minutes east 66o sect to the place of beginning, containing an area of p.op acres claimed by the abova named ap. plicants, all of which is in conflict with Survey No. paS6, e.nd Reports No. jae and 174. The location of this mine is of record in the County Recorder's office of Silver Bow County, Montana, in Book "U" of lode locations at page sp. The adjoining claims to these premises are Srrvey No. aps6, Placer, Lot No. eit, on the east; keport No. Isa, Washingtom Plac r, and Report No, 174, Polly Placer, on the north, and Survey No. :488, Me Queen Placer, Lot sos, on the west. FRANK D. MIRACLE, Btgister. SAMUEL BARKER, IR., Attorney for Applicants. (First ptblication January :3, tpoj.) The Daly Bank and Trust Company of Anaconda Aaseenda, Monteaa. General banking In all branches. Sell exchan es on New York, Chi. eage, St. Paul. Omaha, San Fran risco, etc., nnd draw direct on the principal cities of Enrland, France, Ireland, Germany and the Orient. Deposits oi $a.oo can upward re* ceived. Correspondents Natilnal City baa k, New York; First National ban"', (hic.ago; First National bank, St. Pal; umnaba National bank, O.italla; I .'.% of California, San Francisco. John P.. Toole, Pr.ui'ceult; ha. A. Greenwood. Vice I'rcaida.It; Louis .'. Bennrtt. C: qher; I. C. Nor. 0,eck, Assistant Cathier. DALY BANK AND TRUST COMPANY OF BUTTE Established salNs. Incorporated eoot. Cagital ... $100.00. 00 General Bsnlring Business JOIIN D. RYAN ......... President JOHN R. TOO()lI .... Vice Pre.lment C. I. SWINI(ilitN Ca.....h...' .hier R. A. KUNKEL.. A... lnla t cashier STATE SAVINGS BANK John A. Creightn ......... President G. W. Star let,,n .....", i'r President T. M . Iliolge.t ........... ...La.hle .. O. Ihuldgern........ .t.,nt t ashler (. It . I . N lIIs .... Ar iiat.te t (t ln ier tInder 'tat te .'l.'l i.,,n a d, jrir . diction. , l I' I t I . I. n ,;I oI Si ii4 rat ..Ih ,i. .I. ,, .1I the pricg.,al a' Unu' ,l l ' 'tt, % ta.ee ill I .ur, . , , tl l Ily ;t. tr stleld. to " . a d I il. iIl' u ,'' , I A I . l,.tr. ()n iha ; lrvill, V ' , D HI. liodlg r,.., J. a IIt ( nom r :.L| iii l i k 1.. r '.u ": tr I llu'te. flutte. Mont. Capital ..... $.Son,oto.ns Un,],-r nt.*t- .t y rvuneu. Five per cent int"r"st, ,,t, icle qh sl.ls, l, ptawl on depw ,l~s.. Money to Loan on Real Estate P. AitCU . III I':/.I .......... 'r, .idtnt A. N. ,leirnts.a ............ Cahiec N. A. Clark J Reoin C:arlk. W. A. CLARK & BRO. BANKERS Transacts General Ilanking Insiness. Buy gold dust, all bars, silt er bul. lion and local securities. Boxes for rent in safe deposit vault Sell excLange available I:i all of the principal cities fu the Lni*ed States and Europe. Special attention given to collec. tions. ALEX J. JOHNSTON, Cashier. The First National Bank Of Butt.* (Established 8879.) Capital - - $200,000.00 OGNERAL BANKINU Drafts drawn on all principal cities of the world and letters of credit is. sued. ANDREW J. DAVIS......President JAMES A TALIIOTT-Vice Pres. E. U. WEIRICK .... ... Cashier J. S. DUTTON.... Assistalt Cashier C. R. Leonard, Pres. T. R. Hinds, V. Pres. Fayette Harrngton, Lashier. 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 frociga and domestil exchange, trans. act a general banking business, pay inater eat on time deposits. Directors-Charles R. Leonard, P. Aug. Heinse, S. darchesseau, A. Balmforth, t. A. Louis, C. W. Newton, T. K. HindS John MacGinniss Fayette Harrinltoe. All Elids of Coal and Weed. @ITI'ISNZ ' OOCAl @o. No. 4 East Breadwy at Calkic'.