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BR IBElK
135 W. Broadway 'Phone 691
What 50c Will Buy Here Tomorrow
New French Prunes, small pits; per
pound, sc; to pounds....... .. 504
Sal Soda, granulated, jc pound; 2o
pounds . 500
Genuine Jersey Sweet Potatoes,
is pounds ........................ 5 0
Fine Granulated Sugar. 8 pounds...50t
Pure Leaf Lard, 5 pounds: special..504
Best Coffee in the world, Hoffman
House. t % pounds................500
New Dill Pickles. per quart, roe:
5 quarts............. ...........500
ucon. the Best Breakfast Food (spe
ciala; 6 two-pound packakes ..... 50
Full Cream Cheese, new and mild:
3 pounds.......................504
Silver Thread Saur Kraut, per pound,
sc: to poundls.... ..501
English Breakfast Tea, 75c grade
(special), per pound ........ ..50*
L'tah Tomatnes, standard pack: 6
cans (special) .....................50C
New Cape (od Cranberries. 4 quartks.50
Celery. crisp anIl tcitder, stalk, c;
per rozen. ............... .. 50
Fresh Roasted l'eannt li per 'Ilart,
5c; 12 ,Ialr ts ........... ....... ... 5 0
Small Sour Pickles, per quart. Ie;:
S tquarts.... ................... SOC
alutm', Pancake IlOur, -- p.ckagc,
.t5e: 5 packages ..................50 e
'raw orlid l'cihs, ill heaIvy syrup.
per an;, oc; 3 crans for, ......... 50
PROMPT DELIVERY IN CITY ONLY
JEWELRY
DIAMONDS,
WATCHES
and a
complete line
of the
GENUINE
S.lrr
" '184 7
Rogers Bros."
Knives, Forks,
Spoons, etc.
Eyes carefully examined and
properly fitted to the beat grade
Repalrlng. .
rOWLE & WINTERHALTER
Jewelersand Opticians. 28 W.Park
SKATES
THE BIE[ HIVE
Has just received an
elegant line of Bar
ney & Berry and
American Club
Skates. From 75c
Up. % A
BOYS' SLEDS
35c AND UP
Wilson's Bee five
33 West Park Street.
THIS WEEK
Every person making a purchase amount.
ing to $S.oo at our store will receive free
of charge one asc bottle of Newbro's
,Witch Hazel Cream.
NEW\BRO DRUG CO.,
top North Mainu St.
Largest Drug House in the State.
DR. HUIE POCK
Thirteenth doctor of China from grand.
father down. Bora and schooled in the
profession, Treats all diseases, making a
specialty of chronio troubles. Consult me,
sal South Main Street.
Charge Is Petit Larceny.
Assistant County Attorney Yancey has
issued a complaint charging Jake Han
sen with petit larceny, the complainant
being Joseph Boulette. Boulette accuses
Hansen of stealing eight cords of wood
front him.
Real Fame,
"tHe is said to be a famous man."
'"le is. So famous that when you tell who
he is you "on't have to tell what lie is.-
Town Topics.
Nixon
Cash Grocery
pos UTAH AVENUE
Full size loaf of Bread........:..5
Milk fresh every morning, per
quart .................. .. .....6,
Coal Oil, per gallon.......2....5. .
27 Pounds best Gran. Sugar..$1.00
COtIEST BOUND TO
BOOM RIGHT NOW
IF IT DID SO WELL DURING THE
8HUTDOWN, HOW THE VOTES
WILL MOUNt UP NOWI
GRAND TOTAL TOWERS HIGH
Nearing the 300,000 Mark-Several
Young Ladies Did Well Today and
the Race Grows in Interest.
().riltin -If the Inter Motlntin' \W'nr1'I
Fait Itour conte(st I.mmed drinKg the lllt.
lidtol .hatl i iit going to du now that ee ly.
thing I. in oprtationt again?
Inmtllctimtn are that the ballotr will colme IIt
by the dra)y lal.
I'erhaps ypm *bmnl think Ihe good'. new% of
yrlrrday t..I ptratiulntally joyuil I.n the y.'lutn
Inlihe whot nr"' ,sntle.-artl in t1,, p In lg racles
thi, nctw.papr c s emtlutitin
'I here i lrlbaibly ut a tine of II tIenI who did
not slre variun, or an arirf.l l u(l.pecial cluponl
jul t a9 9.ll ,i. a ite h 'earned 1ht the rd'ler' to
rel unl l d 1 1; .I I fn l . 'Ih '.a.l i e1111
re.|it el thIt a h.11 ,I ilni tr ; n 'lll. ll.- llL A , t nor
n:al it , ill I 1mu1h ,'11,11 t . , -t . n ,perai.ll
c.I mil " ti ,r i I n adt .' oth ",, r1tplill. jr
Grand Total Towers.
I , f""r all tic a,, , ..,. a gI ,-I mne in
|I III e,*t. IH tll 1, 1 v i. fh.l Ifhe. 11:1) Wa4
AllSS 1.A 4'R.41 IIHARPER
O(f lumtiltott, h. rceitt'i.td J,74 t..tes to.
day in lth Inter Mountain'.l World's Fair
iirr citt.,.t. placing her i Ithe lead in
I,.ntvuli rturnl3.
1.557, bringing the grand total to date
:,3.467. Watch it soar beyuond the Jou,uan
mark tomoirrow.
The race il G;ranite county grows lmore in.
tere.ting day by may. Today the two traders
are tied. Miss ('atharine Perraut and Mits
Ethelh Gilchrist eacht having 1,778 votes to her
credit.
'The hIg votes in the state today were poulled
by the following:
7Mi's Laura .narpler, Ravalli county...... ,8574
Mliss Anna iRatchford, Valley county.... 1,;u
Bliss Madl I'Penwell, llroadwater county.. nJo
.Miis Alice Jackson, Silver Iltw coiunty.. 796
Miss Elthel ItBrwing, Sweet Grass cou(ty 77J
The high votes ca.t today il tilver Bow
county were as follows:
Miss Alice Jackson..................... 796
Miss C( ara liurkard.......................... 6.
Miss Matnmie AlcNamara ....................
Miss Cuddihy of )eer Iodge county and
lMiis Mtattie Iliggins of Havalli county re
ceived votes in ltutte today, while Miss
Dougherty of Itavalli county received votes to
day in Anaconda.
Votes by Mail.
'Votes for tile follnwing young ladies were
received by mail at the BIutte ottice during the
da.y: Mibs Mlabl Ieautmott, Powell coityt;
11 ,s Ilarriet Quigley, Powell count); Miss
Floy L. Olhis, liavalli county; Miss Ethel Gil.
'hrist. (,rnite county; Miss Nannic Mci.
.aughlin, lIiaverhcad county; Miss Edna
Jackson, Madison cotlnty.
Auxiliary Ladies Meet.
Mrs. W. W. Chccly returned from
Ielehna last night where she was called
to meet with the other members of the
auxiliary committee. Miss Cruse presided
at the meetilng yesterday. Mrs. Cheely
was appointed secretary of the commlittee.
As this was the first formal meeting of
the committee onlly an outline of the
Iec.ssary plans could be mnade.
The committee decided on the appoint
menit of a subhcolmmittee consistitng of
one Ietmbe'r from each county in the state
to work in harmnony with the auxiliary
counittee.
These members will be notified at once
by Miss Cruse of their aplpointteut,
Another important matter decided on
bIy the committee was the issuance of a
circular letter to be sent every member
of the subt-committee, also to artists, clubs,
societies and individual women who are
known to possess ability to make beautiful
thittg:s that can be of use to this committee.
It is the intention of the members to
make of the Montana state building one
of thte most beautifully decorated edifices
in the World's Fair grounds.
The work of this auxiliary committee
will lie confined exclusively to decorations
and ornamentation of the interior of the
state building and will have work
regarding the entry of works or art for
awards at the fair.
AGAINST GUESSING CONCERN
DY ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Lincoln, Neb., Nov. I..-Attorney Gen
eral Prout has rendered an opinion against
the St. Louis Fair Guessing company, a
IHastings, Neb., concern, and upon his ad
vice the state banking board has refused
to permit the company to transact business.
The opinion is so sweeping as to cover all
guessing concerns operating upon this plan.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money of it fails
to cure. L. . W. Grove's signature is on
each box. 25c.
PHOSPHORESCENT STORMS
Lure Cattle Into the Sea and Cause
Losses to Farmers,
The farmers along Chesapeake Bay, in
Mathews county, Md., have been visited
by a new peril in the form of prosphores.
cent light which rises from the storm
tossed waters at night, lashing the sea
with ribbons of fire that lure the cattle,
browsing in the marshes, to their death.
The phenomenon appeared first on the
night of a recent windstorm. A stiff gale
had set the tide billowing in toward the
pastures, which are always more or less
submerged, and as the water rose the
flashes of prosphorescent light began to
glow stronger and stronger. From knee
Here Is the Way They Stand
Today's Vote In The Inter Mountain's World's Pair Tour eontest
BEAVERHEAD COUNTY- Last Today's Total. LEWIS AND CLARKE COUNTY- Last Today's Total.
Report. Vote. Vote. i Report. Vote. Vote.
Miss Maude Hlill, Red Rock........... . ............ s5, ...." s,3l3 Miss Msble McGregor, Helena......... ............... 3.493 8 3,501
Miss Lottie McIntosh. Dillon............................ 4,877 6 4,883 Miss Delia Lawlor, Helen............................. 3.436 ****** 3.436
Miss Nannie McLoughlin, Dillon.......t............... ,96 3S 2,987 Miss Mayme Walsh, Helena.. ....... . ...................... ,862 ....... 1,862
Miss Emily A. Taylor, Dillon....................... 1,937 ..2... 1,937 Miss Genivive Boynton, Helena.........................1,85 ., 185
Miss Grace G. Gray, Bannack........................ 8435 * ,* 845 Miss Mable Riebold. Helena..........................t. ,5so ....... ,So90
Miss Carrie Harrison, Dillon .......................... , 599 "**.. ., 599 Miss Anna Marceau, Helena .......................... 794 ....... 794
Miss Ethel Squire, Dillon.............,.......... 444 **... , 444 Miss Carrie Ward, Helena............................ 36 562
Miss Julia Grant, Lima .................... ......... 137 ......* 137 Miss Myra Trerise, Helena......................... sSo 19 299
Miss Lucy M. Ford, Lima........... ............... 67 ****... 67 MADISON COUNTY
Miss Estelle Mae Rich, Dillon... ... ..".. ...." .. " . .. 46 *... . .a 46 Miss Maud Northway, Ennls ......................... ,313 813 s,496
BROADWATER COUNTY- Miss Fan.ae C. Reif, Virginia City..................... 1,36 a 1,318
Miss Maud Penwell, Townsend........i .............. 4,839 839 5,678 Miss Edna Jackson, Virginia City............... ........ 0,o37 o 1,o47
Miss Rena Schaaft Townsend......... .. ..........., 3.461 3 3,464 Miss Gertle Kohis, Virginia City............... ........ 627 6....... 6T
Miss Christina Erickson, Townsend.;..., ........... 2,692 36 ,7,8 Miss Maybell Sparlirg. Ennis............................ 6 a54 515
Miss Leila Parker, Townsend...... ............... 925 i 936 Miss Rita Marshall, Sheridan ............... ...*.. . ....... 2
Miss Carrie Holoway, Townsend.....t ............... 777 4 78 MEAGHER COUNTY
Miss Mamie McRae, Townsend...... ........ 462 ......* 462 Miss Clara Chapin, White Sulphur Springs.........,, 6,265 ....... 6,265
Miss Lizzie Barker, Townsend.....t,.'........... 19 .."**" 1'9 Miss Catherine Reesl, White Sulphur Springs........... 4,72 4,172
CARBON COUNTY- Miss Argall Anderson, White Sulphur Springs........ ,o63 ...... 1,o063
Miss Tony Early, Red Lodge........................ ,881 21 2,832 Miss Eva Hartfield, White Sulphur Springs....... ........ ..............
Miss Fannie Rourke, Red Lodge ................"... 790 5s 842 Miss Effe Tipton, White Sulphur Springs ............ .... .... . .........
Miss Jack Fullerton, Red Lodge......................... ..... . . 401 40, Miss Maud Fuchs, White Sulphur Springs............... .... ............ ..
Miss Gertrude Watson, Red Lodge...................... 174 ....... 174 MISSOULA COUNTY
Miss Elmer Bowen, Red Lodge.......... ............. 3 ****"" 32 Miss Nellie Lonastaff, Missoula.......... ..........., 2.37 ........ ,37
Miss Bertha Reno, Chance .................... .... 25 *.**. 25 Miss Pearl O'Neal, Missoula.......................... 1,8on ....... 800oo
Miss Eva Robhins, Red Lodge.................. ....... at Miss Victoria Cyr, Frenchtown......................... 1,697 ....... 1,697
Miss Nellie Gurrell, Red Lodge.... ........... ...... .. . 2u HMiss Sarah Beard, Missoula............................ 30 ....... 30
CUSTER COUNTY- Miss May Drago, Missoula.............................. 261 ....... 61
Miss Margaret Carter, Miles City.................. . 88 9 887 Miss Beie Taylor, Missoula ......................... ....... 172
Miss Rose Cnylord, Miles City ................. 636 .... ....... 636 Miss Man Osborne, Missoula....................... ........ 8
Miss Marion Gordon, Miles City..................... ..... Miss Amy Gates, Missoula.......................... ....... 6
M.ss Myrtle Johnson, Miles City....................... ," 2 1a PARK COUNTY
Miss Ada Eichorn, Miles City........ ................ 3 2 5 Miss Etta Hruza, Livingston ....................... 5,248 85 5,333
Miss Mary ('nleman, Miles City....,................4..... 4 ....... 4 Miss Birdie Clark, Livingston....................... 3,586 6* 3,648
Miss Lula Wilson, Males City......;. ............... 4 r....... 4 Miss Florence Goodson. Livingston.................... 1.323 6 1,3a9
Miss Mary Schrimer, Miles C:ity......,............... ....... ......n........ Miss Maud H. Vance, Livingston...................... 814 ....... 814
Miss Rosalee ''errctt, Miles City ......... ......................... ....... Miss Nannie Nicol, Livingston ....................... 53 ....... 532
Miss Kate Burgel. Miles City........ ... ....... ....... . ........... ........ Miss Edna Driscoll, Livingston..................... ...13 .... 13
Miss Bessie Huffman, Miles City.....,............ ....... ...... ..... :..... Miss Elsie Mercier, Livingston...................... 8 ....... 8
Miss Daisy Haynes, Milcs City ...... .......................... ....... ... Miss Edna Turner, Livingston....................... . I .........
CASCADE COUNTY- Miss Rose Hausen, Livingston............................................
Miss Nelly Short, Great Falls........... .................. ...... ,o48 POWELL COUNTY
Miss Netta v.ervais, Great Falls........................ 1,885 1........ ,885 Miss Mable Beaumont, Deer Lodge....... ............... 4,291 32 4.323
Miss Edith Brown, Great Falls,...................... 168 ....... 168 Miss Harriet Quigley, Ophir........................ ,10o7 115 2,222
COUTEAU COUNTY- - Miss Oro Fino Miller, Deer Lodge.................... 306 24 330
Miss Marion Auld, Havre........ .....r.. 9. Miss Annie Daly, Helmville........................... 25 ......* aS
Miss Cora Niles, Chinook ........................... ...... ........... RAVALLI COUNTY
Miss Cora illssock, IInvrec......... ............. ....... . ..... . ...... Miss Laura Harper, Hamilton.......................s. 104 2,874 2,978
DEER LODGE COUNTY- Miss Ploy L. Old.a Victor........................... 2,823 129 2,95s
Miss Julia Cuddihy, Anaconda .....,. .... ..... 3.768 34 3.8o Miss Ethel Chambers, Hamilton...................... ,048 74 1,a22
Miss Nina Graham, Anaconda.........,, ................ 3.27 9o 3.362 Miss Mattie Higgins, Stevensville....................., 675 67 742
Miss Kitty Lyons, Anaconda ....................... 2444 40 2,484 Miss Lilla Semmons, Hamilton..,................... , 693 ....... 6931
Miss Blancho M. Salsbury, Anaconda. ............... 1,38 56 ,664 Miss May Dougherty, Corvallis ....................... 352 103 455
Miss Elizabeth L. Fitzpatrick, Anaconda .............e ,.58 56 1,:67 Miss Daisy Bond, Hamilton.......................... " 9 ....... a29
DAWSON COUN 1,67 Miss Cora Adams, Hamilton ................ 8...... 8 . 89
DAWSON COUNT Y-- ROSEBUD COUNTY
Miss Jessie Jones, Glendive ............ .... ........ , oo ....... , 0 s ROoo
Miss Ruth Hunter, Glendive....................... 1.174 5o6 1,88o Miss Fly Wetaby, Forsyth. ................ .-.. 3,368 35 3,43
Miss Ana Sinms, lendive............... ,oo Miss Ethel Waddingham, Forsyth ...................... 93 540 633
Miss Mary Osborne, Glende.. ................ ............ 581,00 5 Miss Mayme Hammond, Forsyth...... ............... ... 4 4
Miss Mary Osborne, Glendive......................., 580 1 581
Miss Hlilda Foss, Glendive ............."............... 268 ....... 268 SILVER BOW COUNTY
Miss Mabel Batchelor, Glendive........................ ....... Miss Alice Jackson. Butte................... ........, 14,48 76 4,944
Miss Frances Lee, Glendive...... ... ............. s. ......., so Miss Laura Kilgallan, Butte........................... 13.588 368 13,956
Miss Fran. s Johnson, Glendive....................... 3 .......3 3 Miss Nell Lloyd, Butte.............................. 9.960 294 o.0254
Miss H. May Johnson, Glendive..................... ....... .. a Miss Clara Burkard, Butte........................., 6,.8,1 630 6,913
Miss Arie Mack, Glendive............................ ....... 1 Miss Geneva M. Smith. Butte......................... 6,325 3 6,328
Miss Effie Teeter, Glendive.......... .......... . ..... ...... ...... Miss Nellie Duffy. Butte............................, 4.5t6 T04 4,656
Miss Hanna Courtney, Butte ......................... 4,14, 107 4,247
FLATHEAD COUNTY-- Miss Maaie McNamara, Butte.......................a 3,500 588 4,088
Miss Mary Slack, Kalispell..........., .....r. ....... 4,273 8 4,281 Miss May Rodda, Butte........................., 3.467 66 3,533
Miss Bessie Tate, Kalispell......... .. ...........l 2.487 150 2,637 Miss Alice Mitchell, Butte ............. ............ 1,249 153 1,402
Miss Mattie Higgins, Kalispell..... ................... ....... 6u8 Miss Clara Aierbach, Butte.......................... 1,075 12a ,087
Miss Maude Fauver, Kallspell...... , .......... . o ......., 409 409 Miss Belle Edwards Butte........................... 555 5 650
Miss Agnes Morrow, Italispell.... ............. 40 ,...... 40 .,Jlss Kayte Jones, Butte................................ 5S a3 6o6
Miss Julia Gildea, Kalispell.............. ........... ...... ..... Miss Olive E. Beakey ............................ ...* 553 6 559
Miss Ruth Anderson, Kalispell....... ..................... .*....... ..... Miss Margaret Loughrin, Butte...................... 476 476
Miss Donna Schenck, Libby.................... ............ Miss Ruth Carlson, Butte.......... ................., 48 ....... 408
FERGUS COUNTY- . Miss Agnes Harrington. Butte....................... 35 .,**... 35
Miss Fannie Cook, Lewistown............ ........ .. . 5,8,i ... .s 5,831 SWEETGRASS. COUNTY
Miss Mable Suprenaunt, Lewistown..;..... ........ 700 ......., 700 Miss May Marley, Big Timber......................a.. 4,439 66o 5,099
Miss Grace McHugh, Lewistown...................... 66o ......., 66o Miss Ethel Browning, Big Timber................... . 1,9o 772 2,68.
GRANITE COUNTY- Miss Maggie Irvine, Big Timber.................. ., 1,749 36o 2,o09
Miss Catherine Perraut, Philipsburg ............ .... , 1,778 ........ 1,778 Miss Bertha Anderson, Big Timber..................... .... ,,,,,,, .......
Miss Ethel Gilchrist, Drummond..................... 1,774 4 1,778 TETON COUNTY
Miss Lily Royal, Drummond.................... ...... ,6 r. ,62 Miss Francis Cooper, Chouteaus..... ..".."......... 9 ..,,,,, 9
Miss Irma Sherrill, Philipsburg......................... ,338 ....... :,338 Miss Katheryn Kennedy. Chouteau.....................: 3 ,,.... 3
Miss Myrtle Clark, Philipsburg........................ 81 ..... 781 Miss Maud Murray, Shelby........,...,*...... . ..... , .. y...... ,. . n, ......
Miss Gertrude Shearer, Granite...... .;.........,a.. 5771 ......, 57: VALLEY COUNTY
GALLATIN COUNTY- a Miss Anna Ratchford, Glasgow........ ...........,.. 551 1,50 1,80o
Miss Mamie Oakwood, Bozeman.../* . ...,... ..... 2,682 6 2,688 Miss Myrtle McMillan, Glasgow........,. o 50
Miss Ella Arnold, Bozeman ........ ................... ,406 64 ,57 Miss MinniYELLOWSTON E COUNTY
Miss Grace Griffin, Bozeman*....................*...., 856 26o z,s16 Miss Minnie V. Nord, Billings...............,,,.., 1,4ta2 47 ,662
Miss Ruby Moore, Belgrade.......... ...........,, 835 Miss Dorbe Rossademaker, Billings ............. .,,,,,,,.. ... ... , 5 47 1956
Miss Mamie O'Connell, Bozeman..................... 790 5 795 Miss Mable Ross, Billinpg.......................". 195 .. ... 195
Miss Bessie Van Zandt, Bozeman.............. ..... .. 65) M 66 Miss Della Walters. Billings....... ............. ....8 83
Miss Minnie Stubblefield, Bozeman ........ ........... 582 ......., 581 Miss Alice Walk, Billings ......................... .. 8 ......0.. 8
Miss Mamie Stringfield, Bozeman ......... ...... ... 2 . 1 Miss Marie L. Sleeper, Billings.........o .......o M M....... ......... ,.....
JEFFERSON COUNTY- Miss Nellie C. Bullard, Billings................... ..... ...... .., ..
Miss Josie Noonan, Basin................,.,,.,,..,., 12s,o0 34 12o,85 Withdrawn .......... .... ...8,76 ......., 8,o76
Miss Regina Bear, Basin.................. ....... 3,o6 88 3,57
Miss Jessie Goodrich, Whitehall.,..................... ,585 ....... 1,585 Total ................ ........."... .... 278,710 14,557 293,a67
Butte Inter* Mountain's
World's Fair Tour eonditionst
First-Any young lady over st years of age may be nominated at any time on blanks
provided and by the indorsement of three well known citizens of the county in which she
resides.
Second-Three judges agreeable to the candidates shall be selected to offcially an
sounce the winner in each county. One girl will be chosen from each county excepting
that Silver Bow shall have three, Deer Lodge and Missoula two each.
Third-As in other elections, each county will vote separately. The vote in one cannot
affect the others. Matters properly concerding the tour will be settled by the wishes of
the majority. The winner shall have the right to name a proxy if unable to attend her.
self.
Fourth-Voting will commence Monday, October ig, and close Tuesday evening at
y o'clock, January st, .904. Coupons seven days old cannot be voted. Single coupons
cut from the semi-weekly, or the daily Inter Mountain must be neatly trimmed. AU
coupons, whether single or special, must bepr the name of the one to be voted for.
Fifth-Coupons are given as followes
Single coupons, cut from the Daily or Semi-Weekly Inter
Mountain ......................................................... I Vote
Subscription in arrears, each dollar paid a special coupon of.. as Votes
Subscription, Seml-Weekly, 6 monts $I, a special coupon of 8o Votes
(Paid in Adn subscriptions.)
Subscription, Semi-Weekly I2n mop $2, a special coupon of ioo Votes
(Paid in Advan e Subscriptions.)
Subscription, DaIly Inter Mountain I month, 75c, a special
cuopon of ...........(Paid in Advan;e Subscriptions.) ........... 40 Votes
Subscription, Dalily Inter Mountain, 6 months, $4.oo, a special
coupon of ............. (Paid In Advance Subscriptions.).......... 250 Votes
Subscription, Dally Inter MountaIs,ý .s months, $7.5o, a
special coupon of ...... (Paid in AdvLnde Subscriptions.) ..........* 00o Votes
Sixth-Coupons should be voted at the hsadquarters nearest you or mailled to "Coupon
Department Inter Mountain" at any point semed below. Votes will be counted at noos
each day and the totals announced in the evening papers
- I -
deep the sea rose to the shoulders of the
startled animals, completely enveloping
thim in a cloud of shifting, tremluloiu
light.
Losing all sense of direction and seeking
only to escape from the mysterious light,
the herd broke and each animal swam,
blind and bewildered, out to sea.
The bellowing of the frightened crea
tures was heard for several miles along
the shore-line of Mathews county on the
night of the storm, and cattle in the neigh
boring barns, utterly unconscious of the
cause of the panic, displayed that instinct
ive right which manifests itself in dumb
animals in the proximity of great danger.
Since this wholesale drowing the farm
ers in the neighborhood have driven the
attle off the swamps before nightfall
lhenever a storm has been threatened.
New York World.
A GUARNTEED CURE FOR PILES.
Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles.
Your druggist will refund money if PAZO
OINTMENT fails to cure you in 6 to 14
days, soo.
The Proper Place.
Druggist-.-Business is dull enough. I've
sold nothing but a dozen postage stamps.
Friend--Oh, well, in time you may build
up quite a trade in stamps, I know a
Headquarters and Voting Places
Beaverhead County-A. S. Johnson ....... ............. ....................... Dillon
Broadwater County-Byrne Bros ........................................ Townsend
Carbon County-rs. M. N. cox.............................................Red Lodge
Cascade Countyr-Thomas Hodge ...o...................................... retFlls
Chouteau County-George W. Crane................................... .........ort icnton
Custer County-J. I. Arnold.........................................Miles City
Dawson County-Albert H. Johnson ........................................... Glendive
Deer Lodge-Inter Mountain Office.............................. ......... Anaconda
Fergus County-I.. C. Cortnell............ .............................. Lewistown
Flathead County-Walter Hunt .. ...... ...... .................... Kaliipell
Gallatin County-. P. W artin ......................... ..................... ioeman
Granite County-Charles Williams........................... ...........Phlipsburg
Lewis and Clarke County- Moore Book and Stationery Company ................H. elena
Madison County-James Powell...................................... Virginia City
Meagher County-L. B. Jobb.......... .....................White Sulphur Springs
Missoula County-Winstanley's Office ........................................... Misaoula
Valley County-Miss: Bertha Kempher.........::............................: : Glasgow
Teton County-C. H. Drake............................................ Choteau
Yellowstone County-Thomas Manley.,......... ......................... Billings
Sweetgrass County-L. M. Hungerford ........................................ Big Timber
c~,
,,,.,,,. ..... ,. . lT .'.-.,l,.. ,..,;..
place where they sell notling else, and
they tell me the profits are large.
Druggist-Make money selling stamps I
Where, I should like to know?
Friend-I'm surprised at your ignor
ance. At the postoffice, of course.-Bos.
ton Transcript.,
Allen & Simington, reliable chl...ney
sweeps. ,World Messenger office, Tel. aoo.
Take an Ax,
Bass--Do you think I did right in flog.
glag my, office boy for whistling '(-lia.
, ogg-- think you did decidedly wron,.
Iell be whistling it again as soon as he
*II stera~marting. Now if'you had slain
the youth you never would have had any
more trouble with him.-Boston Tran
script.

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