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nHIS WEEK WE OffER
POCKETBOOKS
In All Styles at
One-Half Regular Price
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NEWBRe
DRUG ee.
109 N. Main St., Butte.
Largest D)rug Iiouus In the State.
Diamonds
The Birthstone for April.
I I I tI iI, : 1
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l'-;o mI- .,.h.l. i a tht N.t. tt r a tt ,arsc
I ir 1: t i .. 1 t.1 , t , ' .
dcpl1 1- ''I, ' ,t' nn -f , i th r dillill ,ild'.
Towle &r W iuterhalter
Jewe/ler and Opttciand
28 West Park St.,Butte, Mont.
AMUSEMENTS F
UTTON'S BROADWAY THEATER
.ick 1'. Suttuln, 1anager. ''hllone as.
TONIGHT APRIL
LAST PERPORMRNBE
WA H. CRANE
IN
"David
Harum"
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
Arthulr .A. Marks, Mgr. Tel. 356.
Tonight
Last Time
MISS RAE BRONSON
And a t lver (Company in the Great
Scenic I'r lIuction,
" alifornia "
Exact Replroduction of the Famtiou Yuse
wite \':alky and Mount Slhata.
Yrice,-- ;5c, "5C, 75c; boxes, $1 ou. Car
Tiages :t 1t.:15.
Atchlson,Topeka&
Santa fe Ry. Co.
SANTA FE ROUTE
3 Trains Daily
From Denver to Kansas City and C1M1
cago. Aluo the direct line to Galves.
ton, El Paso, City of Mexico and the
mining camps of New Mexico and Ad.
sons.
For particulars about the R
DUCED RATES EAST this summee
apply to C. P. WARREN,
General Agent, 41s Deolj Block Sat
Lake lty, Utah.
ADVERTISE YOUR WANTS IN
THE INTER MOUNTAIN
TERRIBLE CRUELTY
AT INSANE ASYLUM
One Negro Woman Was Held
Under Water Until
Almost Strangled.
ANOTHER WAS KNOCKED
DOWN BY ATTENDANT
Then the Latter Jumped Upon the
Breast of the Patient-Witness Begs
Wildly for Protection and Fears for
Life, as Story of Inhuman Treatment
Is Given to Investigators.
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,'Ir water until ,..he a tn", a ly str: :mItl,.
whih. i lnth.tlhr h:ul lb.,n heI , t ant . I hokt.iI.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
h) lotal applicationl., as they crtatlmt rac in
ith. diseased portion of the car. I here in
i. only ione wta. Ito cre r l)cner., andl i
that is I)y ronstitutional remedies. Dea'- nz,
nl "-, is c:lu. .d Iby n;I inflamed condititon
of the untou, linin of the Elast rchiani
I lbe. t\'hl tt hi; tithe Kei t, inl:uill )illI l
hat\ Ia . itulltlini)' ,)tidi or il tpcrfect I t"'r
int, :ar1d when 1t ii. tntirely choe-l tiefI
n,:' is the rt-tlt. and unk..s thl inlnani- it
u vation y.a hti llk t ordt ti . thll-, tithe
trill bI" de, Iroycd lrrve ; Hnu. c.,., outfe I
nthlmy h0i act in11: t:cd cnnthhtion t, tht.
\ evill e ivB, 1re, IonTulred thlBar, fi.
ani t', ofi It tl tin I tcl,.t. l I y c" rt' trrlt t
th't H -ot he cnt red by Hal'. t i.atl.ltrrh
S,,r. .. l for erculars. froee.
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SitIl h iy I)rtu·gi.t-., 7;c.
t.l l'. F.in1ib. Il'e l. ar. the 'lest.
PASSOVER WEEK OBSERVED
BY THE LOCAL HEBREWS
Unleavened Bread, on Sale at Bakeries,
Proclalns Festival-Services by
Butte Behevers.
tit ritlt lit ate eiititii1 the the
'I het' ( t'ho i a d u tili te" Re l n ellld l l., a
...,re tile of the nlt" lh i i Ioto I eLit i'urti -atl
of Ih, ir Peligi, Ul ei vnedl hradl i, on .
salit. tll it . ioti :d hakel ie, and the dl
hi, hrcad comse;l 'roll tile 1ast. Mil. l;
of it i hikt d in 'hict ago. It r ars nrilthcr
t ni ilt n.or alit, jl I T l ou at nd prt.o riti. olltr t
avii there are many w, ho but\ it simply for
I'i,, reason.0 l
Wie the lniemler ot f the rJelish faith,
iotlwever, the hrsead ha, a deep religiot s
,ignililcatic ait this time. But it, cating
is bfy mean ll the only iIform of O, ~vl
ance Riven to the I'll ,s.Ivcr. Special
services will he hrhl Friday night, when
pisopal l ch South, and SatuRalroad rday
ltrnin j'rtHle o.strvani t it ll tle l..soOr
will ht, oncludcd ilth appropriate .cr
c .s-erlay Rabbi \ w .poke to 1oth[
Rleformed .Igelt, and t )rth.d.or inthcrr.
of that faith. The morning rn nill Il de
livered at I P thianl , i'a le, dealt witl l the
meaning and cheervanl1e of tl.. I'a uter.
This ta'; duli.'crud to, the R,'fmnn th con
;..r -lgation. At I o'clock iln the aftlirn on
he spoke to theo ltrthodx le t in their
sylti.aguer rnt \\'c Silver otreat, dwevling
largely on thile religious doctrine of the
Reformed JeI Is.
Copper and Railroads.
* I Ia n ,ton c',mnn.wr rcil.I ...
As the two industries stand today. cop
per mining iis on it more secure basis,
relatively, than is sta.am railroading. It
is it denonstrated fact that electric trac
tion is iore economical thanl that se
cur Od 1,y steam loim'otivcs. Electric
str-.ct railtays are ccmpl ting with the
straw lint., anid howinlning to cut unto their
hutiin,. Tl'here is mlore than ll I pos.ll
ity thait this culspetition may be-nine n
slicnate to the profits of t,,e |arge rail
ro:ul systems in the future. li it be
c-u.cs ntc.,.ary to make wholesale
c.halges in motiv.' power almost endllts
'expenslle will he entailed. ()n the other
hand the copper mining industry is es
tablished. proved and profitable. No real
comlpctition is even threatened: and the
prospective extension of electrical devel
opment, wthich is a knotty proposition for
steam railroad managers, promises con
titjltd and extended prosperity to the
copper mining industry.
California Excursion. via the Oregon
Short Line Railroad.
San Francisco and return ... .. . ... so.oo
Lop Angeles and return ... ...$(ro.oo
Going and return via Oegden, Utah,
or Portland, Ore. Tickets will be on
wale May 13 to to inclusive, good re.
privileges in bolth direcltoio. For |ur.
tiher particulars call on or address toy
3I. U, \ILiSUN, General Agent, 4
411
LATEST MINING NEWS
IN THE TROY DISTIICI
GENTLEMEN WHO OWN PROMISING
PROPERTIES-MAVE FOUR
GOOD CLAIMS.
AIPI '%I. 10 TIIK INTKI MI'.NTAIYT .
I.ilby. April ,I.-J 0. II. Hoes andl
brothsr. accompranied by I. H. Lowry, ar
riit i in I.ibby last week from a winter's
.orl: t in the dli~triIt ikI of y. Tr hee
lel tll '?w s miell pro il ti t cOppe
properties. itll thait ..c',ilon il for tSI
pa t '."verlrl ycnr- they have put in e
erly \ilnIler ldoi:g dIievelllllentS work
lbh, . 'Ihe .laims are lottlted about at
mliIle. i lh (i I'r y. in1 theiI' r:l lge uiab
hall i\:wIv ,( l II li K :itena.i nd 1thi
Slark I' tk rivers ot the heal of th
liIt fork -i Light ring creek.
lThe, have f.,ur cl:ims known as t
iw. I'.trrda 5.. ( ryesl:shtc and Cor
I hi" prm ipalt .wiiO hai bln 'iii t'er lowv
- ii . hih theilt' h5;5.. :Ii Itittiiul lIbiut 165
iect Iot 4s. I .feet of wlihit ils a cross-cut
., I tlth ri tii der flla H itin the vein.
Th.* Lein i+ :,hoat t1 elel wide anti the
uie is ~f ." oi1l .I iii','tl.rating t'iharacter.
\"I.n. h"1n It-,u Iatci ed all the way
i ". " I,' i ll lll ' i h , ii oI'iel i silve' r.
\ .,ncral uvt rag, of tie :.rc will yiehd
;r1.,:t $7; its . II \ h o" tohI' of con
Itl, , ' , i, a 11 . ;thnt ;ll In , I I , , t j ll 11of
t d.ithe th* nis i i t or..
,\i '.. i ,,iti., I jl.i' i I , ii. .li ,lt frca i.
. itiit on thi, pr,oplerty iiand ther work.
o ¢.. It ,hot. about the same at s the
I.n til l the wask oi l h' latter will de
.' .p boith properti5n.
I l I 'ryitallle' il . 1 I vf a are lo
r t. 1 , i si St five' iil,. i-111 thltc.st t.i
pr p1t i'tle,. ;tinI tlt- characte'r of the ore
1, !' tillet' it thti.e two chiilis they
I.,, :a . it shiaft, i, feelt shaft and
.1 itll*' of -.s f tS open) cuti at .several
FEW HOT ONES HANDED
TO WILDCAT CONCERNS
Steps Goveinment Proposes to Take to
Keep the Mails From Being
Flooded by Fakirs.
\n I.a-tern cri'i g juttrnal. itn .peaking
If the wilaldat mining tchhtme. Iring
linil l ullpoll the pubtllic ld. the eps t hall t ,\
the governmentll t p llrpo.te. I take to pre
ventll the ma.il lieiung u.l. for pcalmting
woIrthle.- .tck- oilt lupnll I nuptecting e
,, e t tilc ,tuar. tneed di,.idi,1nl t in- I
in. cen'pani; " are hhl-up gam1 .. a dar
ing a, the collapsed conclern,. promoted
i11 connec'ti.on with hors.e r.aing and trald
Sig ill 4tolkr. and haoldr.
Tlher' are bring widely advcrtieid .lin
ing .tuk. wlhich carry a guaranteied divi
I n, .f n, per ctnt petr atl tn1.
II W are these dividends paidl?
In mosIIt c'tes fromu the proceed". of
t,..tlry stock :hold. ",
T'he ltuaranltc ii a ruse to pusI h the
,a;,. "f the stock.
Ni conerervative com11lpanly woutll gRuar.an1
t.' a divihhndl.
No pr1-o1mtr w.,1 value, hi, reputation
eit: attrl to glu.aralte a lva ledvil. l.
In tI et111.lilln a4ilh ilt, ca l;p,,li ... get
t mirki c''ioi ernl . the ti; 'itfie .i.tett
", oplr'tion :a% tin return to Itl' investor
:t part of hi. invrmeurnt in tl1, forum of a
,iividih, l, :4U11,1 wh, u the pri o,,ter's 1t.ti
\.,. wcell featl,1ro ,l he woult ,tip 1111.
1,4t ' 11- ; w ttc'l the 1mi1i11, ptomt, letr who t
;:uraanl e. di,. ih nld..
Ii hl 1ive., )o back Piat of t.,r tmoney tt
: l c.l4, it a dil iiden,I. I i.. i iaktr.
I h . o n ly t a t' to I, e t a h e a d o f a fa k ir ir.
Ils r-l )r. shouldl ble *eryv careful inl
.i kl11. 111 i ini4g inlIu . elnillt., anld tshould d
-telr ile.,ir ill the guaranteed dividir.ld
propiition.
'TIhe genera.l n1ewspaper,. w hich have f
h'ell in.tr11uenital in brinlging ti justicetiE
the other tla,, of guaranteed profit-makers
woul, do4 well to turn the hite light of
pulbli'ity on the guarantetI miuing divi
dh, ud fakir.
The auttlhorities woull do, well It, inves
Iigate the metihods ot this class of opera
tor. ho tI, Lare hindering the .ale of con
servatively lpromotetd m1iiting stuckso. and
ill 11:;414y inl tatl.'lces are taking inl large
tIns of the small invrtut'.ll ' 1liotey which I
w ill go intol the pockets of the promloter's.
\itlll little or nonle lheing invested in the'
mlilne --l)promising asi they may be.
APPEAL IN THE FRIED CASE
He Secured a Judgment Against 1Ma
loney for $300.
.\11 a4ppeal has Iteen tiled in the district
4o44t in the case oIf I. MI. Fried against
I. II. Maloney. in wlhih the former got
a julgimeint i.1 Justice I)aintr's court for
Frierd .u.ei MNIaloniay on the ground that
the :lttier hadl taorn up the ('ash I.odaing
h,,nust antll carriedl a way ImuItwr. doors,
electric wire' and glanrs. tI) the value of
Building Permit.
1)r. James Alexander haa be4en granted
a bluihling permit to erect a $ ,5g, , resi
dence oil \\'ct Sier street. and .the
lbuilding inspector has issued two or three
piermit for smaller buildings lately.
t 1)r. Alexander's residence will contain
nine ronuiim., with a veneer exterior finish
a~ le a Imislh oak interior, modern in all
C Cu nvllience.
Cross-Complaint,
1- In the divorce suit of Nettle lohaUt
n agailnst (a(rge iloa:t the plainltiff hals
filell a reply to a crop. complaint of her
e- hu.band, in which she denies the charge
Ic of violation of her marriage vows, as al
is leg:ed by Bloam.
s- The Northern Pacific's First California
1e Excursion of the Season.
1. For tie 'lrelyterian ('lurch (;enrral As.
Mr sellbly at Los Angeles and the National
A-,uclation of .Master I'lumblers' Meeting at
l- 1i4ln Francisco, the Nortlhern I 'a'ilic railway
lie will sell exc rltaionl tickets fromt Ulutte to
Sin Francisco and return....................s.oo
Lna Angelo alnd return ................ 60.o
''Ticket. oi sale .May 13t1i to 19th inclusive,
good for returning until July apth. If you
are contemplating a trip to (alifornia ar
range your plans so as to take advantage
oo of this very low rate, and relnellmber that a
oa trip tlhroughl the Yakima valley ill Washinng
ton with its miles of fruit orchards in full
bloom on the Northern Pacific's "North
('oast Iimilted" is an event in one's life that
will lie remembered with the keenest pleas.
ure long afterwards. lor full inlormation
call on or write '
W. II. MERRIMAN, (Gen'l Ant.,
4 Cor, Alainu and lPark streets, sutte, Alonl.
'MOOSE LAKE OFFICE
HEADQUARTERS IS TO BE IN ANA
CONDA, BUT MINES ARE IN
GRANITE COUNTY.
sl'CIAL TO TIY. INTER MOUNTAI..
i'hilipabugl, April 14.-The Moose Lake
.lii.ing company.has filed articles of incor
1Iratlion in the oilice of the county clerk
il recorder. The concern is capitalised
lt i,.o.on,, divided into shares of $i each,
dwI di of the stock has been subscribed.
the ilncorporators are T. J. Cadle and W.
. I:nlcr of Anaconda and R. E. Taylor
of :tlte. The otlicers are: W. A. lower,
p tletlt; J.. T. adle, vice president; F.
% \ I'eckover, secretary.
I he principal office of the company is
to I. located in Anaconda, but the prop
etty which will be worked is near Moose
. in G ranite county. The company
itI thit' l)ndly and I)aisy quartz claims
raI the I.:sit C'h.lnce placer claim. There
i1 . Temlaine mill no the ground that it
i eted antl pllllltlned to put in use as
, ºnI other properties ownetl by tlhe
c' p;ut it the .ll Abie I.incoln property,
I ill the 'palst has beenl one of thlise
t l 1o..uL% produccrs in that section of
II ,,nt Ity. Mr. 'I adlle hal s Iso.qo s.hares
Iih .sl'k atld ilth other directors five
hI, Moose l.ake mining district Is
ia 1i to Ie one of the beat Inldevehloed
hii .rcts anywhere inl the West,. andI just
it pretsent it is attracting otuch attention
it1 ,n. mining ment The company just
n , .lt1l4 pripo.es to sentd tout stmall
f r', of Illtll ;It o tnce to cotilllltltlte tile
,tk 11. dcevilelnp tellt.
RIO TINTO COPPER COMPANY
A 1nual Report of a Great English-Owned
Copper Mine.
I I11.tn ''ran.cript.]
; : -ial- at eirl M, l R 'Iinto (u' i pir renm.
1, ~,,11m. tinke. a rn sers fr lthe ale'lt.n ."
' ,,r, ,,, .al 114 give lot id'a n( it. ",tanding
I, , t.,sit- 1 he principal ,\mlrican mine. ve
te her.with, r tslt.tii li4urs, to 1 itlttd
St .I.t- c rlilri ncy at $S to tlie CI.
( ,i. r ipritlct,
,,,, ........ .,.1 ' 1h; .,34 35.73:
.\ ' tl ' "41 tatLll,.
a ,il tliopprr. LAu. II l 3s 67 b 7;)1 I1 (.
'I ,1.t, pIrilit , rentlt .
t. .. 37.2 6. .s Sq9.ui3.73i. }9.7391)64
\.1* 1 l ii utralition
4411, directlor,. .. 3 11.l;1t 3.*5) 363,'is 1
IS.Ilit..t6s $t,; iN.L.. $i9.37.17t.
I, . t ....... ;61.175 7 1.7!i41 (sw:.
I ,t', ll it n ', inter '
"1-, elt ......... I.,.1:.5654 v,,o 4.4)I; 7,:,.
St,utxi .6Jo i .6.Ia.is,;e $7.,.74..,.;
\\ rit It iiT....... .l4')..iJ3 444.771 ht'4....
s 1.6tm.,in $6.51..1Is $S;.3.i.l1o
A. idrl to re.erve't .*.<,ts .t eu. t *.:l.t3in
I'1s e rred dii ,It t1.: ) 3X,..i, 1 3.59.3S
1ii. it i .. .. 4.$ ...... $-. 4n
T.ilrplil ... .. II . ..
'1.,,; ! -ti i ". I.l. 11;.; I3 1 :. ; i lt.3;.
'I I,. prefrrted slit. tiendl a- petr 'ett in the
l ie- year.; orlinary liisildend as, 1 per centi
ill i ,,'. ''. I.r e tII I1 i1 11. allll x; I .'r ev il
. I. :l . . 61 ( r :Ltt ll ill trr pt . , and. Jl.71 i per
, i Ii.io tile hls r.I of a tll year in flit- r ml
11"'. , hlaltery of :7 year. The nlllllltlllll ,0,iII
Sit or crnt III ,.i1. i li t 7 year or- f i t. i.
i, nl . lIet Rio " I tu lias. I'et ,l 1 44.; .71I
st i . re. isii l tti l and a, i It"u Is l tin.. ior
I-ut0l, i4ti p ssltdl of clopperu . iThe Hit 'ltntos
ni -,. .11 s . - ' tto ' . i. or $:; pair ;411 :siit1
it.. ,,", d iilht'ln iwasi : is., osr $I ...,s per
s raprtitatael?. The company pets ties.
, i i " lis tlandar coippe'r lprite lur l is pi
I t, . the is lutcltul iosl in "'iStandard" tit ai
;....1 iulti of" g Intr l.l market s u.in tit -, ht t n.e.
a ,nes abe. The outtiouk for. vt faTor.
' e, s.ent di, slidid. ti £ti1 " p r llhare -
S ltlt pri.. r l of rippe-r in wlih .,ll id nlls
d ~i slu nh ,1 :1 prisit c . 'Ishere are indis
, t ,ae of s. e "Ilw prit e St to provide powe tls.
it- lh coppestr anil are aillt to hold aihsltli
I ily exorbi, iant figurnl e tl whieh
ituiiia tr, tempoIrarily toly rush tlle iprice.
'I", ha- h,'l a dlecline of o , cir I< I prl lnn
the hiltll reclord of standard copper last
i r.Ill actitut eiiivalentsl to inr ent al
A DELIGHTFUL SUMMER TRIP.
"" It Il.ak (ity and IIletiver ani thie ileg' ttl
s,< lrhroi .lh ( l't, radoi along the lillst of
11 ,I" Grande *vateln:'
1 ,,t I I'1 heat it for xce.ll3 t ,ervice n4
a "! ac utlatl i so, inly onste .t.han ge of
t. between lhutte aind tChiscagi and StI. Il.uuii.
\\ ', flor rate and a c Iloy if "With Nate i l
ad , o.a " (i \\. \ V IT' 1 i 'iR . R . a,
I ,entral .Agent. lute,. lostatna.
SALE OF MINING' PROPERTY
Nora Burke Has the Court to Empower
Her as a Guardian.
\tra Butrke. guardian of lohn :Ind Julia
itirkei. miinors., hais taskedI the district
eisti f(oir a ordelrr elmpiltwering her to
I rmiling property in Jl.fersf n comity
lhlonging to the latter for their henefit..
I i property isl vailed at $ oo, and it
i ;lld eld that it enn he sulI to the hest
It, tilat at present, fosr the reason that
ts ri i. a clicentrator Itow" rutltillg ati
i .ill.
To Cure a Colo in One Day
Take Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets. All
dr igg.ts refund the money If it fails to
(ret. E. W. Grove', signature is on each
box. iSc.
Wall Papers
Any Good Thing in
Wall Papers Not
Found Here Will Not
Be Found Elusewhere
In Butte. `
Wall Papers
Anything in Wall
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Schatzilein Paint Co.
14 W. Droadway.
This peculiar croastailed "R" is the
sign now universally used on doctors'
prescriptions, of which we make a
specialty. Origlinally the Latin word
"Recipe" was a command by the phy
sician to the drttggist to "take" the
drugs specified and compoulnd them as
directed on the prescription. At first
it was written out in full, then it was
abbreviated Iby tile initial letter "R"
with a little mark across the tail to
show the abbreviation. Nowadays we
use derivatives of this word constant
ly: e. g. Receipt, a thing taken; Re
cipient, a person who takes; Recipe, a
formula: Receive, the act of taking.
Our pharmacy is recognized by the
physicians for mainttaining the
Ill(;lIEST STA.\ IDARD OF PU'RITY
in everything pertaining to medicine.
If you bring your prescriptions to us
you can be sure of the best possille
results. People like to trade at our
pharmacy hecause they hl;ave confidence
in us and know that everything we sell
i.s reliable, whether it is medicine or
general drug htnre goods. We invite
your patronage.
. . . .- -_~~--- ~ '-n--n.._-n.
Paxson &
Rockefeller
IPID) CROSS DUL' STORE
24West Park Street
VOSE
PIANOS
Through half a century they have stood
for purity of TONE and accuracy of
construction.
All the kno wledge and skill acquired
by fifty years of research and expert
ence are put into the TONE and con
itruction of the VOSE today.
MONTANA 1TUSIC CO.
Sole Agents
1,9 North elain Street.
BLANK BOOKS
Al Sizes, Rulings and Bisdiugs.
Typewriter Supplies,
Offlos Stationery,
faney Stationery
New Styles. Now Shopes.
Now spring Rooks.
EVANS' BOOK STORIE
114 North Main Street.
rxpert
imbalImlng
CAREFUL.
PAINSTAKINO
funeral Directors
TNI MONTANA
UNDERTAKINO CO.
Tnos. Lavelle, Prop.
Thos. Sullivan. Mgr.
125 E. Pork, Phone 6s
I THE BUTTE UNDERTAKER
I sicllcl L'nderteker and Embalmer
140 W. FarkSt., Butte. Ph.as 307.
DR. HUIB POCK
Thirteenth doctor of (.ina from gran.b
father down. Born and schooled In
the profession. Treats all diseases,
making a epeclalty of chronio troubles.
Consult me. say Sout: Main St.
Uoa~erly graduate of the Ontario Voters
Inary College of Toronto, Canada. Treate
all diseases of domestioated animals r.o.
oarding to selentifa prinilples. Oll.
at Marlow'e stables, 0so4 South Ma-i
neot T.lboum eah. All meses preag,
I astteded e..,
DALY
BANK AND TRUST
COMPANY
Of BUTTE
btabflshed Sia. jaeserpoated lpu.,
Capital..~.1OO o00
General
Banking Business
JOHN D. RYAN.......... Preided
JOHN R. TOOLE.....Vice Presided
C. C. SWINBORNE ......... Cubke
Lt. A. KUNKEL.....Assistant Caskle
STATE SAVINS BANK
John A. Creighton.........Preslle
G. W. Stdpletoe.......Vice Presdeat
T. M. Hodgen* .........*....Cuahler
I. O. Hodgens......Aussitant Cashler
R. 3. Nuckells......Ansitant Cakies
Under state superviOlon and Jurle.
diction. Interest paid on deposlts.
Sells exchange available in all the
princlpal eites of the United States
and Europe. Collectlons promptly at.
tendd to. Transact a gencral bankl
Ins business.
Directors: J. A. Creishton, Omakat
G. W. Stapleton, A. H. 1arret, R. I.
Levitt. S. V. Kemper, T. M. Hodi.
ens, J. O. Hodgens.
Corner Main and Park Streeta, BeI.t
N. A. Clark. J. Rosa Clark.
W. A. CARK & BRO.
BANKERS
Transacts Generalt Banklng BUslnea
Buy gold dust, geld bars, silts bsd
lion and local seeurites.
3zxes for rest I safe deposit vault
Sell excange available t:: all of the
principal cities fo the United State
and Europe.
Special attention given to ollec
tlions.
ALEX J. JOHNSTON,
Cashier.
The First National Bank
Of Butt.
(Et.ablished s7g.Y
Capital - $200,00 0.00
GENBRAL BANKING
Drafts drawn on all principal eitleo
of the world and kltters of credit i
sued.
ANDREW 3. DAVIS......Presidetd
kAMES A TALBOTT- Vice Pres
B. WEIRICK.............Cashlie
J. S. DUTTON ....Asa!stant Cashiel
Butte. Mont.
Capital......... $sO,oo.,oo
Under state supervision. Five pea
sent Interest, payable quaurterl, paid
en deposits.
Money to Loan on
Real Estate
A. AUG. HEINZE .........Preside
A. M. Clements............Cashil
CI. Leonard, Pres, T. . BIlnds, V. Prgs.
ayrette HrlagStone, Gashler.
Silver Bow NatleIl Bak
CAPITAL 14&O.W00
ThIs bank eodNitsa aoeuat, elsre
prompt and careful attention to business it
customers. Colleetions promptly attended
to end remitted for on day of collections.
Sell fronian and domestic exchange, treasa
act a general banking businses, pay intee
set on time deposits.
Directors-Charles R. Leonard, P. Aug.
Heinee, S. Marchehseau, A. Balmfortb, K.
A. Louis, C. W. Newton, T. R. Hind&
John MarGinnise Fayette Harrington.
Six Million Dollars Spent by the
U.P.R. R. Co.
In improving waat w'.s originally the
5nest track in the W .at.
RESULT
A comparatively straight and levIt
roadbed ballasted with dustless Sher.
maen granite, rendering possible the
highest rr.'e of speed, together with
the greuest degree of safety. The
magnitude of the work must be ses
to be appreciated.
WHAT DOES I. MEAN .
$.olid comfort, security and pleasure
to our patrons.
ARE YOU GOING EAST?
If so, you cannot aford to go vi any
other than this ROYAL HIGHWAY.
Further information on applicatlon
personally or by letter to
H. O. WILSON, O. . L.,
Butte, Montana
YELLEK DOCTORS
Sarm I All Shrel Dleasso of
smo and Womeas.
N. E Corner Broadway and
Maontna Streets

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