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rOUR MILLION CURLS IN FORIY YEARS
This unparalleled record has been made by the only true medicine for all mankind Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey 4t 1Thousands upon thousands of letters have been received from grateful men and women who have been cured of Dyspepsia. Nervousness, Consumption. Grip. Colds, and all diseases of the Throat and Lungs, and from old people whose lives have been prolonged to and beyond the century mark by the use of Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey as their only medicine. It is prescribed by over 7.000 doctors and used in 2.000 hospitals, U. S. Has 3,536 Centenarians Grip, Colds, Consumption Almost Every One of Them Owes His or Her RIA Old Age to DUffY'S PURE MALT WHISKEY, the Exixir of Life Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey Cures Grip, Colds, Catarrh, Consumption, ',I , , t ....... ,i ,,t ..lug tie.linle,, ,hoI *, 1. I ill e (mii il ilne , s.. witha, ,,: Jui.- Malaria, Bronchitis, Asthma and All Diseases of the Throat and Lungs. IIt of ;f , o,,. son..u ,i thIere , r iar ..,,. tmIt a dI .,: 7l w.ml ( ti r i of oine hlun l lreald rI, ri f ot! lt,,. i ii l 'ieolitg 12 itlsl..s 1,f I' rle,,it Ii e bult half a.l manly with niuarly (;rip is an ilifectioun disease which rapeultist, after careful study of grip throlughl with l)utY's PI'ure ,lailt mtit hi' l,,,!1tliItt aittacks weak and strong alike, cipe i all its stages. say.: "Dtlty's Pure \'hiach'y sind milk. LENVGTH OF LIFE IJVC'IEASING i.lly if the blood i siuggish, and gen.- Malt Whiskey i. the only absolute cre , 1..1 ,. I . V~TES, .t.iit. :a large ulumlr of thI.su ,hl ll people were r~'ecently interviewed and :liked erally involving the mucous mem-n for the grip: it builds tip the sys'tem Rochester. MihI.. Nov. J. toi. a. Ito wh: they espec'ially attribut(l their great ace. In nearly every case t bhel at- hrane of the air passages from the nos- atd enables it to throw off the grip s aver was hard work, free.dmn trom worry, careful living. fresh air and l)ulu., Pure tril down to and including the lungs. germs and prevents bad after-effects. QUICKLY CURED Malt \\'hiskry. Iaknll re;ula;rly a.n ordig to dirrecticon. I)uffy's is an ab ,lntrcly Serious eomplications are liable to' dr. because it is chemically pure and con - ear Sirs: I Iike| up one of our pure. health givio, life pr"rl'r'rl, todnic stimla.l prpciribed by all leadiu phsi. velop in the curse of the diseate, as git 'tta.s great medicinal properties." circulars on a tablle al)tit a month ag i ued in pr t h it everywherett, sotu etimes the kidne a, the yt-i-t, PREVENTED GRIP and read it throu4lh. After readint I SH oy to L rv e to be Z100 y"I " " we,, out stud Iiouht a , ,ottle of ,.our ~;the stomach or the heart. re.iliBn l turli ton. Vt., Jait. ci. 19u. whiskey. whic helped mile right away. ofteit iii heart failure, biut the Most (;entlemate': 1 cousider it no more ! am now on lly fourth bottle, uting 104 YEARS OLD. Strong, Healthy "I'hough I am now past so4 ye;,u of age, dreaded of all is when it settles in the tha your due to tell y that the uct it for n-ealhl incurable conlumption, andfullofVI or. ThankstoDuffy's I am today a;. strong and health\ ;i I was lungt , l'onsunmltioi is sure to -follow of your whiikey has prevented mte and I feel like a new nusu. Ipionl Pure Malt Whiskey. As well as 40 s, years ago and still able to ;In a good and certain death if prompt action is from having the dread disease, the gril, that if I had kn.wn of your owlliskec Years Ago. day's a work. I attribute tty halthh. vigor not taken and Duffy's Pure Malt this winter. Elverybody else otn my whent I was at home in Chicago I (ittlemen- I e befit I derive from and great al it tte constant ui' of a lit- Whiskey administered. street has had it. I am not over and would 'have never cotlle out hre I)flu)', Pure .Malt \\hi.kuy is marvelous. tic of l)uffy. I'ure. Malt Whipkey daily for above healthy and was afraid I might my health. I awe o,,y great age. vigorous ... tonstituti,,n ,lany years. It hal kept me fret. from dill. be taken, down with the but toot l) SC A , :tad remarkable frne'dout fronm disease to ease antl prolontged muy life as ye:ars. Duf- grip C WThiskey each day and never enjoyed Denver, March u,. uqoa. rear.. of agr. I feel at yutlit and hearty a godlent to old people, and I will never better health ip to y li-fe. My wife hat as 41 yea argoi. My appetite is good and be without it. The fatalities resulting from this dis- also derived much benefit front its use. I atill do all the chuore's I 'uant say too. WM. R. LAUCKS, 96 Vears Old ol ease wiitin the past few years have Truly yours, A. A. YOLUSN(;. kutr It iii fvr lin to 1tt'.h.lue ai a i%.. August 7. 1..o. Al Example of sufficiently aroused doctors to the ia ,lgr. Young's Information Aglency. hey. II rs will ..re' h' i . t the ditsov.rer. Vigorous Old Age. portance of giving the disease the of ah a great €di and prloner of Gentlemen- hn u let investigation. CONSUMPTION CURED li;r. fy'a 'urue Malt Whi key for a csnsosiderale o lute Pure for grip, influe Sia, : After being given up, hy av iutilawill t' ui trr Ic Itttleu I lin~itei using nur rlef f~lufy's Pure Maltur gr"ip It, inlurt gba, t.\lII it 1.1 .'K. bri klyn. . . le.iatlh f tlili, and I find it a excellent asta. rociti, catarrh, cot m nt ,l of our det pthysiciansr , having MARRIED 6 YARS. nvorar a tn . I n 96 yar oll- tio ad all diseases of the throat and tat ad l trouble. and pro In Excerllent Health and Doing All iali' anid hearty. A frie.d, when he called hutg a it pirevests cotplicationa and tounced a case of incurable consump 'Their Own Work. tin me, wai turpriied t- find I \as ii the lbad after-etTecta that grip so oftc n tiun. re y slster started the use of your ,ntlerwe- I .tlke gre at pltt:tur. rt i hack yard 'chlpinlg wiood. I ni taking it leaves in the system. l)uffy's Pe Put ure Mualt Whiskey. She ihas taked grti ti t, i,,i t.llil i' th" hi.u-th I amI Ii'- right alt,un in tall spounful do.ue'u , niht Man t Whiskel y not only kills the germs, tohree bottle. and is to llluch itmroved g i.k t uh,' n ith I I .uh'a Pur' Malt and mtnriii. It agrees with tmle prf1ctly. hutt it stimiulate the tlood, aidi diges' in strerteh that we are all feehliug \\ hik, I hau. htnti takig it in tftmall sy .td 1linotc ol.ratrs it. I have iou u:utca.* tio, and tolnes the actiol of tie uher.rl, itite iolpeful. :taltt i e\.rt.ig un,. aul y vwniug lr hiarthtur tir aeiy hai after efdt.i , andt I I The voluntary testimony receivedl iitS. lI'.I. SiI.UI.. ; 11111111 .1 f ;. I am i ).ears olt aul rest well. My hir hdlay was lua 'Ihursday from thlousalnds of our grateful pIaiitts (harlotte, Mic-h.. Nov. 8, oa. i. i l,", ItI. h .,,hi, I .t apptliti., aIt ait and I tar'iv.l r ngratulation fro.. all is proof posittive that )uflys Pu ORIP CURD AT SEVENTY ,ig ll ii I itl.t wwnrk. I know your ii' ii. illp,.Ihle. I holie all yout h llI- alt \like is tie greatest kIown GRIP CURED AT SEVENTY \\.h.k .v i utilr im ut-i , ced strength t ilt ( are doint g a well as I asin. Sincerely reiedy for the gril, and all disease', (Gentlemen: I take ;pleasure in in. \N) FL'SI'. il1.. ;,:uI plr!ngn it, li rha I .rel as well your \. Wy1u1. I. , ItIAM . r. IA lt . Fridels- oif the throat atd luntg, and all wastitg formitg you that I have been cured of 'The genuine is sowal hty trufgitts ait as ;,,, .ar. a,, amI If.If :, if I .ill Ir. 'a., Aulusl Ii. I)Oa."t diseases fromu whatever causes. Doc- a severe attack of grip by using yourl grocers, or direct. $i.oo a bottle. It us .t; Ipa.. th" i lt.u .tuImark, I would earn- Mrs. ANNIE RENTZ, 84 Years Old. tors. nut.ier, pullic spcakers and a )ufl'y'a Pure Malt \hiiskey. M.1y age the only whiskey recougnized Iby the , .-tlt . s,,,; , 1o it t, all cl, pe,1,hl. It Feels as Well Today as o Years numler of the leading tcimperance ns l0 years. goverlment as a medicine. T"hi. is a wag w dl rea. ,lll..I i1 ,. me. Agu| haW Trovena AaO. 1tomen praise Dutfy's Pure Malt MRS. EI.TZA IR. REIAM. narantee th u 4 year . hve k for the great od t has a- erry St. Valualee mtedical booklet cotatiint;g ,h1, . Mt. r tful to take . , a ,chn.n . r~utt . nu "ith. t:onmplihed in isavig lives. Reading, Pa., Dec. i. 9oo0. sytlmptums and treatment of disease atd ,,I W . r' .e i s 1, n ri( I ' hal h1, key fur a suuber of years. I feel asi well "DUFFY'S" THE ONLY CURE CURED THREE GRIP VICTIMS conviicing teatimtnial sent free to lulr.day as I (ltill t ).'; ye. aguo. IItguuit give :it)ny reader of this Ialer who will write. Re,,ing. Pa.u I)tecemlr . v , excellent t 'hik.y tl e credit. 11y ap- l)r. Willard 1. Morse. the eminent Gentlemen: iy family had "I.a I)ulfy Malt WVhiskey Lompany of S e MARRIEID AT 104. Mr. T'ownsend plrile. is gr.l. and I rest s"well. I do practitioter and world-renowned the- Grippe." 1 pulled three of therm tochester, N. Y'. Miller, of Jamtica, L. I., who has I., we'.:r .h:,.-: uIIy eyesighu is very Just celebrated his lo4th birthday h I g a nun r of CAUTION. When you ask for Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey be sure you get the genuine. Unacru uc and married his third wile, says he lih.iltt. Iit i;t)' ii. ulu're nan. very few 'io. ns dealars, mindful of the excellence of this preparatloo, will try to sell you cheap is as vlgorous and strong as when ,r~le w hl cal handle the needle and turn Imitations, and so called Malt Whiske substitutes, which areoput on the market for profit only, and which, twenty-five years of age, thanks to alit ;,, a. i work as. I Cau.. Sinctrelv yours. far from relieving th sick, are positvely harmful. Demand "Du 's" and be sure you get it. It is the I)uffy's Pure Malt Whiskey. s, ..\NcII: I. 1.XTZ. o.5 N. i th; street. only absolutely pure malt whisey which contains medicnal, health-giving qualities. Look for the trade 1 M Na TAN:,Av-' ., Mr. \titier wrnt.: Read.n.. I',, Septemb:r t, to." mark, "The Old Chemist, on the label. MONTANA LIQUOR COMPANY, BUTTE SEi.LING AGENTS, BUTTE, MONTANA ANACONDA A. 0. H. TO CELEBRATE COMMITTEE ON ARRANGEMENTS GET UP AN ELABORATE PRO GRAM-THE PARTICIPANTS. 1ill L A IA I N 711 1 TI INTIN M1f I.AIr. Anaconda. Mlarclh 14.--The comnittee on0 arralngemenlllts flr t he enltrtainmllent to be Rive on oI the Ith of this month by the A. U. II. in Anaconda. has selected lion. V\'. K. I)w)yer of Ilutte as the orator of the day. The program for the occasion is an elaborate one. It i.n made tip of the best talent in the city, and conseqiuently will likely please all who attend the Margaret theater, where it i, to be Riven. The pro. gramn is as follows: (verturre by Margaret o(rchestra. Ilon. Joseph C. McD)onnell, ('Chairman. "Wearing of the Green"...(C. R. Connolly Selection........ Lraulnec Convent l'upils 'Recitation............ . lrs. Robert Tolan Selection.................. M iss Merrick 4.ornet Solo..................Tomrn Carroll Audtress, "Illitory of Ireland," lion. W. Killian Dwyer. Selection ............iaiidolin Orchestra Comic Songs............... Jack Baglin Selection................. R. de B. Smith Jig Dancing ...............lughes Children 'Musical Selection.........'L.eary Sisters tPiano Solo ................. ;Griffrth Address. Rev. Father Barry. ,Selection............ ....... Miss Williams 1Recitation ....... ........ Miss Barrett Selection ..... ........... Edwin Davis Miss Albertine Bowers, Accompanist. Selection.................Frank Kathway "(;od Save Ireland," by the Audience. Miss May Redmond and Mr. L. Griffith., Accompanists. The arrangement committee for the en tertainment consists of T'homas F. Murphy, ,William Weldon, John Coffee, Don J. Leary, 1'. J. Kelley. T'he dance committee t John McGuin ses, John Gibbons, James Finley, Frank Carr and John Golden. A Guaranteed Cure for Piles. Itching, Blind, Bleeding and Protrud. Ing Piles. No cure, no pay. All druggists are authorized by the manufacturers of Paso Ointment to refund the money where it falls to cure any case of piles, no matter of how long staudng. Cures ordi. uary cases in six days; the worst cases in 24 days. One application gives ease and esat. Relieves Itching instantly. This Is a new discovery sad it is the only pile rem. ed sold on a positive guaratoe, no cure, M pj. Price, So Wilson Bros.' *$.lo BI-Metallic shirts l ic today at Hennessy's. A new line Imoby styles rad all a Misu. 1I SIese ' milliwry epealng Monday, M ARTEN TRAPPED HEAR BOiNER VALUABLE FUR BEARING ANIMAL OF VERY RARE SPECIES TAKEN BY MARTIN FRY. h.l ".1 in III III t If.R \!i 11 1T\ll. I.ibly, Marcli i4. Martin try, a litmont ner's Ferry trlapper, .ucceeded in tralpping at martlen the oth(.er day that haI a golden hued prlt, the only one of the kind ever taken. A. It. JIhnston of tdiw city paid $so for the ellt tand believes he has a bargain. The head of the animal is snow white, but fronm the neck down the fur Is a beautiful golden color. The golden hue is everywhere on all parts of the body back, legs, feet, belly and tail. With the excelptionl of this specimen the fur of the marten is brown, ranging in shade from a light brown to almost black. "a' _ This signature is on ev ery box of the genuila LaUitlve rMiw-OuIIhlt Tablets the remedy that cures a cold in one day. Ilennessy's millinery opening Monday. RAILROAD MEN MEET 'ING IN CONFERENCE PiI., IAt. 1. T lE INTER i'..0 N AI ,. Missoula, March 14.-A number of the engilneers, master mechanics anld road fore men of the Northern Pacific system are attending a meeting which commenced here today in the Northern Pacific club rooms in the new depot and will continue three days. A. E. Mitchell of St. Paul, super intendent of motive power, is meeting with the others and discussing matters per. taiting to the use of power, running of trains, etc. Among tile master mechanics, engineers and road foremen present are: P. A. Berg, Glendive, S. Zwight, Fargo, Willard l.incoln, Duluth; C, S. L.arrison, St. Paul; C. F. Allen, Billingsl S. H. Draper, Mis soula J. H. Salley, I.ivingston; L. E. Stakmsn, (;lendive; C. C. Andrus, Fargo: II. Trewick, Tacoma; B. J. Bassett, .iv. ingston: J. E. O'Brien, St. Paul; C. Case, 'Tacoma: F. B. Farmer, St. Paul: WI'. B. Martin, Seattle, and J. J. Reid, St. Paul. PHennessy's millinery opening Monday. To Visit Wales. sPErIAJ. TO TIE INNTER IOUNTAIN. Helena, March 14.-Mrs. George M. Ilays, wife of the secretary of state, and daughter Ethel, left today for a visit at Mrs. Hlays' old home in Wales. Wilson Bros.' $r.so BI-Metallio shirts for 750 today at Hennessy's. A new line of nobby styles and all sises. MINERS' UNION ELECT OFFICERS MEETING WAS LARGELY ATTENDED -271 VOTES POLLED-LIST OF OFFICERS CHOSEN. s I.l . 1A1 1 I II 'I III: 1 ,i l' N T*AI' . G(ranite. March 14.--'there were "71 votes pulled at the Miners' union election. The following offliccrs were chosen; PIresident, A. S. MlcAlona: vice presi' dent, Louis Stroll: recording secretary. C. II. True: financial secretary. i.. E. tlig Icy; treasurer, John A. Peterson; warden, William Willoughby; conductor, Charles Mc(Grath; finance committee. John H. Burdick, Harold Mclntosh and De Robest EIniiuctt; trustees, Finlay Cummings, Tl'homas Calow. Ole Johnson, John Philip and Simon \\'ills; delegates to Denver convention, De Robert Emmett and Charles McGrath. PROMINENT PIONEER CLERGYMAN PASSES AWAY SI'Ilt IAI. TO lIII' IN ER ' t O'NTAI.x. \\'hite Sulphur Springs, March 14.- Rtv. W. . E. Catlin, for so years a resident of Sun river valley, is dead in his beth year. lie was a native of Atlanta, (;a., where he was born in 1824. lie lived most of his life in Illinois, graduating from the Illinois State college and conm ing lere from the New Haven (Conn.) Theological seminary. Although he re signed from the ministry a number d years ago he frequently filled the local pulpit. Five sons survive him, three of whom live in this vicinity and two in Augusta, Ill. Ilennessy's millinery opening Monday. CARNEGIE LIBRARY BOARD DISCUSS LOCATION SITE SPFCIAL TO TIIE INTIR I'0UNTAT,. Missoula, March 4.-The Carnegle library building commission last night dis cussed the proposition of the location of the proposed library. Little was accom. Ilished beyond deciding that the building should be located upon the North Side' The exact location was not settled and another meeting will be held this even ing, when the commission will reach a decision as to the North Side proposition and make a report to the city council. MILLINERY OPENING. Hennessy's millinery openlng Ol Mon. day. First showing of swell Pari pat tern hats, New York's ngbblest styles and the becoming shllrt-Waist hats, besides hundreds Q9 lovely hats made up under the superysvion of Mrs. Raleigh in Hen nessy's alillinery department. TROUBLE OF DEINER THEATER MEN ENDED BY AGREEMENT PROCEEDINGS FOR POSSESSION OF TABOR GRAND THEATER ARE DISMISSED. V AnSOLt4 I .E iD 'aRES. Denlver, March 14.-By an agreement entered isnto between the contending parties for the Broadway and Tabor Grand theaters trouble has been avoided. A decree has blen entered in the circuit court in favor of .1Mrs. Mary Bigger for a half interest in the leases of the two theaters, and an appeal taken to the United States circuit court of appeals by Peter McCort in the interest of the Colorado Amusement com. 'Sll)'. 'Mrs. Bigger Is a daughter of the late William H. Bush, who was a partner of McCort, and Mrs. Bigger makes her claim as the heir of Mr. Bush. The management of both theaters re. mIains in the hands of Peter MeCort. . Wilson Bros.' e.so Bi-Metallie shirts for 75C today at Hennesay's. A new line of snobby styles and all sises. Hlennessy's millinery opening Monday. MORGAN AND THE PANAMA CANAL TITLE NV ASSOCIATED PRras. S'Washington, March 14.-When the sen ate went into executive session today Mr. .Morgan entered into a discussion of At torney General Knox's opinion as to the validity of the title of the Panama canal property, which can be given by the new Panama Canal company. This opinion he attacked as defective in some points, 'especially in its failure to deal with the 'jurisdiction of the French courts which /have passed upon the canal company's title, Iennuessy's millinery opening Monday. -New Addition to Lewistown. NP5ECIAI. TO T.HE I.NT'RI MOUNTAIN. T.ewistpwn, March 14.-A new addition to Lewistown will be placed upon the mar ket in the spring. It comprises 40 acres and is situated west of the city. Good Business. [Chicago News.] Ilystander--What are you doing on that 'lence, little boy? Boy--Dad gave me a penny to sit here an' smake faces at the coal wagon drivers. Bystander--What is that for? Boy-Why, they get hot an' throw coal at me an' it falls intt our yard. Hennessy's millinery opening Monday, TO-NIGHT at 7 P. M. MAYER'S Big Auction and Fire Sale SOUVENIRS GIVEN TO ALL PERSONS ATTENDING 65 West Park Street NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICE RURAL FREE DELIVER Butte Postmaster Receives Word Which is Con sidered Favorable. The Butte postoffice has received a com. munication from Senator W. A. Clark in regard to the petition recently filed at Washingtp for the establishment of a free rural delivery in and about the su. burbs of Butte. The petition was signed by over 6oo persons along the route and indorsed by Postmaster Irvin. Senator Clark states that he is heartily in favor of the proposed route and will do all in his power to bring about the ends desired. He states that all of his influence will be thrown in support of the sneasure, and he has little doubt but that it will be successful In any case, Tbhe department has been very active in cre ating the free rural delivery system all over the country, and there seems to be no good reason why so large 'and i. portent a city as the metropolis of Mon. tana should he denied what has been so freely granted to other applicants. The route, as proposed in the petition, will be some as miles in length and take in several hundred families. This will provide the same mail service for persons living ten or fifteen miles out of the city as is afforded for those who reside in town. The project has been suggested and discussed for some two or three years, but this is the first definite move that has been made to secure the coveted prise. Postmaster Irvin declares that there is little or no doubt that the petition will be considered and granted in the near fu ture. He considers the free rural delivery system as the greatest improvement that the department has yet inaugurated. Bogus Polleo Offloers. Complaint having been made to Chief of Police Reynolds of late that an unusual number of people have been impersonating officers for the purpose of obtaining free admls lon to places of amusement, the chief has notified the theater managements not to pllow persons wearing stars to enter unless they are known to be ofticers or wear uniforms.