CASTLE. TIT LESE TT LEDCASTLE,
By the Decision of the Register and Receiver of the Uni
ted States Land Office, the title of the
GhSTLB L7ND COMPT:NY
To King's Addition to the town of CASTLE has been confirmed, the protest against the scrip location having been dismissed. The
protestants.utterly failed to make out a case against the validity of the scrip. Now that the TITLE is SETTLED, investments can
be safely made, and those who have already invested will IMMEDIATELY make contemplated improvements. and
=- REAL ESTATE WILL ENHANCE IN VALUE.----=
W Now is the Time to Invest .in This Great Carbonate Camp.
THE CASTLE LAND COMPANY are the n r n hHOSE vho e heretofore been timid and who invest before the railroad
owners of the most desirable and best OUJR statements heretofore made in regard fROS skeptical, as to a perfect title being - OScomas will realize large profits on
situated land for business and residence pur- to this land, that the title was perfect, given, need have no fear of making purchases their investments. Bay now and secure a
poses. have been vindicated by the result. in this the greatest mining camp in Montana. bargain. "The early bird catches the worla.',
PRO MINENT CITIZENS ARE INV V IE1 S TI N G-.:7
Ex-Governor S. T. Hlauser, Banker, Helena.
A. . Parchen, Druggist, Helena. Ovd+e Musin, Violist,Ne York City. A. C. Johnson, Cashier of the American National Bank, Helena.
T. H. Kleinschmidt, Banker, Helena. E. D. Edgerton, President of Second National Bank, Helena. Jm Kig Caitalist, Helen .
J.. E. O'Connor, Druggist, Helena. George H. Hill, Asst. Cashier of First National Bank, Helena. II. F. Collet, Real Estate, Great Falls.
F. S. Lang & Co., Hardware Merchants, Helena. Wm. Nelson, Jr, Merchant, New York City. Mrs. Jennie Kimball, Man'gr Corinne Opera Troupe. Philadelphia.
Major Burke, agent of Equitable Life Insurance Co., Helena. Wm. Treacy, Physician, Helena. J. B. Johnson, Conduct Tailor, Helena.
Charles Lehman, Merchant, Helena. Robert Sale Hill, Broker, Tacoma, Wash. J. T. Sawbill, Conductor N. PR. R .
Witherbee, Andrew & Co., Real Estate, Helena. Chas. Snedaker, Conductor, N. P. R. R. Isa.dore Rush and Raland Reed, New Paul.
Wm. Schreiber, with Greenhood, Bohm & Co., Helena. Chas. B. Garrett, Alderman, Helena. u. an d Rca, Coked,
Clarence' Andrews, Capitalist, New York City. John Maguire, Theatrical Manager, Montana. J. B*Annit, M erha , C ele.
R. P. Barden, County Treasurer, Helena. Capt. J. V. Stafford, Stockraiser, Montana. H. M. Hunter, Bookkeeper, Helena.
Geo. H. Barbour. Physician, Helena. P. P. Pardillian, Jeweller, Helena. Henry Meyer, Hoelena.
Frank Daniels, Actor, New York City. Ike Hensley, Mine Owner, Castle. J. E. Andrew, Dowagiac, Michigan.
C. J. Smith, Traveling Salesman, Milwaukee. Duncan 'Hunter, Capitalist, Helena. J. T. Garrity, Traveling Salesman, Salt Lake.
Frederick Warde, Actor, Brooklyn, New York. Allan H. Paine, Banker, Cassellton, North Dakota. Wm. J. Gidding, Merchant, New York City,
Besides 100 others. When such men as the above purchasers invest, it is a guarantee that the lots offered by the Castle Land Company are as represented, and that Castle poseesses the mineral resources that will make it a large town.
WALTER J. KING & BROS., Mgrs.,
CASTLE. Rooms I and 2., Bailey Block, CASTLE.
__ HBLEN + .MONTMT. ___
OF THE STATE.
The Bozeman academy closed on Friday.
W. H. Bowen's infant daughter died on
On the 4th at Bozeman the eagle bird of
freedom will take a tight hold on the
perch, shake out a few loose feathers and
A school election will be held Saturday,
July 11. for the purpose of voting the sum
of 4,000, to be used in putting heating
plants into the school buildings.
Hon. Lee Mantle, of Butte, will deliver
the Fourth of July oration at Bozeman.
Mr. Mantle is a good speaker and the peo
ple are assured of an oratorical treat.
Geo. Barnaby will start a wholesale and
retail commission house and will buy all
the farm produce he can get hold of. He
will provide large refrigerators for butter
and other produce.
The college boys, Roy Martin, Perry Mo
Adow, Bud and Bine Story, returned from
Faribault on Saturday. The boys have the
military bearing such institutions always
impart and are delighted with the prospect
of returning after vacation.
Married, at the M. E. parsonace, Sunday
morning, June 14, Alvidore S. Trnscott and
Armilda P. Penton, of Nebraska, J. W.
Bennett officiating. In Lewistown, Mon
day, June 15, Mrs. Henry Ebner, formerly
Mrs. Williams, of Bozeman, to John Beam,
of Maiden. itev. George Edwards officiating.
Arthur Marston has disposedof hisbhoue
hold effects and started for London. He
will visit some days in Minnesota before
crossing the water. Arthur has accepted a
position in the publishing house of Samp
son, Marston & Low, the great London
publishers, of whom his father is the senior
1 he First National bank of Big Timber
was organized on Thursday. The officers
and directors are as follows: Jis. Martin,
of Bozeman, president.; W. L. Shanks, vice
president; J. H. Hall, cashier. The direc
tors are: Jos. D. Radford, Thomas K. Lee,
Gee. M. Hatch, C. 'T. Busha. 't he bank
will be open for business about July 1.
Francis Harper died on Thursday morn
ing at his residence in Bozeman. Mr. lar
per had just returned froee Jamestown,
Dakota, where he had been an inmate of
the hosei.tal for some months. Mr. Harper
grew worse instead of improving while away
and returned in a very weak condition. Mr.
Harper was one of the first residents of
Bozeman, having come here in 1865.
B. W. S. Folk, late of Helena, has bought
an interest in the Duncan addition.
Kalispell already has two planing mills,
one lath mill and three brick yards.
J. D. Butler, late of Rochester, N. Y., and
old Mexico, has located in Kalispell.
Mr. James Duncan, of San Diego, Cal.,
is visiting his brother, T. D. Duncan.
T. F. Knappon, of Minneapolis, has ar
rived in Kalispell and will engage in the
practice of law.
Hon. John N. Conner, of Indianapolis,
Ind., president of the Kalispell company,
has returned from a short trip to Helena.
'.!he track is down on the Great Northern
Pacific extension to within fourteen miles
of Marine pass, on the summit of the main
E. H. Hubbard hba completed the survey
of Riverside additionto Kalisoell. it containi
eighty acres and is owned by a syndicate of
Division Engineer J. A. B. Tompkins, of
the Great Northern, has returned from
hevalnli, where he went to meet iris family,
which will henceforth reside in Kalispoll.
The building erected by E. J. Carter is
completed. It will be used for a postoffice,
Hubbard & Co.'. real estate office nud trint
ing office, Mr. J. W. Conner, late of the
Journal office, Helena, is conmnissioned
The Swan river valley southeast of the
Flathead Is attracting the attention of land
seekers. It is heavily timbered with pine,
i1r and cedar. Ed Harwood, of the Ciff
house, Demaraville, and E. H. Sharpe. have
all taken timber claims in that section.
W. G. Conrad, of Virginia, the well
known financier, is visiting his brothers.
C. E. and Ashley Conrad. Mr. Conrad is
the senior member of the bank of Conrad
W. C. Whipps will establish the North
western bank in the Vogt block pending the
construction of a stone and brick bank
building on Main street for permanent
New coal veins extending four miles have
been discovered on south fork of the Flat
head. A party has left to make locations.
The coal is described as of the beet quality
of the bituminous article.
Cross of all kinds in the valley promise a
heavy yield. Early fields are heading out.
The heavy rains of the other parts of the
state have not extended here, but there is
ample moisture for present needs.
Conrad Bros. bank has opened up for
business temporarily in C. E. Proctor's
office until their bank building, now under
erection, can be completed. Ashley Conrad
is cashier, with C. D. McCreary assistant
J. M. Underwood, the railroad contractor
of Minneapolis, left Kalispell Saturday en
route to New York City, where he will meet
the Northern Pacific board of control to
submit an offer to build a branch road to
his land joining Kalispell on the north.
Thomas McAlpin's many friends will
learn with sorrow that he sustained serious
injuries while riding a fractious horse.
The body found on the right-of-way of
the Northern Pacific railroad near Elton,
was that of W. H. Purcell, a young opera
tor, who was on his way home to Brampton,
C. S. Hefferlin will begin operations on
his new opera house this week. Locellen
& Pornbeok have secured the contract for
furnishing stone and will soon be deliver
A birthday anniversary was celebrated at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Field Sat
urday evening, the oocasion being the ob.
servance of the seventh birthday of Miss
The Episcopal church of Livingston will
be consecrated Wednoaday, Juno 1. Bishop
Brewer of the Montana diocese will be pres
ent and about all of the clergy of that do
nomination in the state.
The Van Clove & Cook Land and Sheep
company have filed articles of incorpora
tion in the office of the county clerk. The
incorporators are Paul Van Cleve, Albert
Cook and Alice Van Cleve.
Yellowstone Park Lodge, No. 45, 1. 0. G.
X., will hold its annual picnic July 4, at
Lovely's grove, eeven miles south of the
city. A general invitation is extended to
the public to be present and help coiebrate.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Petit were surpi lied
at their home last Thursday evening by a
party of about twenty friends and neigh
bors. Dancimg and cend-play ine wti ini
dulged in, and all spent an etjoyable even
t)eath Froni Kidney lisease
Is the unfortunate and untimely ending of
thousands of the American people annually.
OUegon Kidney Tea is guaranteed to cure
all forms of kidney tioubles. Take it in
For Teachers' Meeting at Toronto, Ont.
The Union Pacitio system will sell round
trip tickets, including membership foe,
from Helena, on July 6i and 7, good for ro
turn until September 13, at rate of $7l1.05.
For routes, sleeping car berths and full
information call or address
H. O. W rason
Freight and Pnesenger Agent,
28 North ainii street.
California Excursion States.
The Union Paciflc will sell on the 15th of
next month iound trio excursion tickets as
follows: butte to lan Francisco via Port
land or Ogden, both directions, $75; San
i Francisco, going via Portland and return
ing via Ogden, or vice versa, $110; to Los
Angeles, going and returning via Portland,
- entering San Francisco in one direction
either aoing or returning $8U; to Los An
1 geles, going via Portland and Sau Fran
cisco and returning via Sacramento and
The above tickets are good going sixty
(60) days and good for return passage any
time within six months from date of sale.
Those desiring to take advantage of these
rates may call on or address
H. O. WILSoN, F. & P. A.,
28 North Main street.
But time changes minds as well as man.
ners4 though even now when making
changes from one circle to another, it often
requires that adaptability which could be
said found in one who has automatic man.
ners. However, such radical changes not
only appear in drawing-room repartee,
street dress, etc., among people, but also iv
the conveniences 'and luxuries afforded
mankind. Railroad travel is one instance.
A few years ago, comparatively, one had to
consume much valuable time in an uncom.
Nnrtable way to make what is now thought
nothing of as a night's journey in a sleeper.
The most modern equipment and trans
portation facilities can be found on the
fast trains of the Minneapolis & St. Louis
railway to Chicago St. Louis, Hot Springs,
Kansas City, etc. Ingaire of any agent. of
the company, or C. M. Pratt, general ticset
and passenger agent. Minneapolia. Minn.
Both the method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, clef: tses the sys
tenm elfectually, dispels c(9ds, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation permanently. For sale
in boo and $1 bouttles by all druggists.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP Co.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
LOUISVILLE. KY. .'14W YORK. N.Y.
The Gelebrntod Franch Guro,
s Solon ON A
tn (ltire an)
F irnee nerlalla
'dieee, or ally
ik-idter of the
* eleretive or
galls of elilher
DEFQRS i fou oril1 A TER
CIICI, &c., scII as 11oss of iraiii l'lII(er, waIkefl.li
weaknnIss l l yeleris, NIrvn(ll Pnt raion Nocturn
al 1 lielbnlie. iliiueIlrrial-e, Ei~Iaiiiee Welak Mein:
cry, lOSS (1 PowieC 5111 Inllilrbll'l w1)c Itif lie.
1T HE. I'rill *i.011 A Mlax.SboxesfeICINIEI Cat by
A WaitT'slN (UJAUANTEIC iCloceley 9i1
order, 10 reiluill lhs monl~ey it it a stler a111t
cure is n11t pfbttliei. TholNiisiIds oll 1111 lllooblis
front o11ald snodung., of heolh cease, ipernls:Ill-Iy
cured~ bly A OI-linit C1w 'r,'s `Ieiiar freC. A fires.
TH-E APHRO MEDICINE CO.
Sold by 11. 5, Hal. a Cu., driggiste
COMING TO HELENA.
The World Famous and Remarkably Successful
SanLFrancleco Physician, Surgeon and
* R1. A. C. STODDAR IT, -
Or the Examiner and Contracting Senior Physi
cian of the Celobrated and Renowned
DR. LIEBIG & GO.
Liebig World Dispensary,
K INSAS CITY, BUTTE CITY,
Offices and Private Rooms for
Merchants Hotel, Helena,
JULY 1st TO 5th.
Private Office: Room 15.
Ir CALL EAlRLY .41
as Offices will be Crowded the Last Daj.
Special Treatment for and Wonderful Cures
made of all
CHRONIC1, PRIVATE ANTI WASTING
Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat. Blood and Skin, Liver
and Kidneys, (ileet, Stricture. Varitocolo. llydro
sale, Loew of Vitality, Seminal WeVtkness, Nonr
ron Debility and 1 rontature liciino in Young,
Middlo Aged, or the Old. Bract,-. Appliances.
Trusses, Elastic Stockings for Varicotels ondi
tione. Apparatus for all dhformities mate for
each and rvery caws.
Illo will lo a rare opportunity to tntenlt the
nOTICE TO OREDITOR--ESTATE ON
Notice to hereby gimen bty the ndereigned, ex.
outor and execntrix of the estate of Eugene
Hoermen, deccased, to the creditors of. and all
persons haviesg claims against, the otdti do'c. orted,
to exhibit theti with tie ottet eaamr votscherr
within test Osont ha after site tireS 1tblieatio ofe
this notice. to the said caxtutor ald ex euttla,
at the law e.', te of F~. N. 1S. 11. IIate Ititirs
rooms IS and ItS hold bl.ck. Itelens, the ease
being the place for the transaction of the busi
lness of said estate
)O(lOTIFA HttEtMN AN,
Executrix of the Estate of Eugene Hlorman,
listed jltolns J.ue 12, 1:9i.
NOTCICTOCRE1IOI1-1 THlE PItSI
Ntilt[ ort ofte Nret~ed olaldistritr of the,
I stat (t Montana, in and for the county of lawir
idn he matter of the estate of Edger II. H. Car
pentor d toa (le
Notice is hereby given by tte t tderignLt, adl
minietratrix of tttt estate of Edcac Iii. (arspe
tSr dh eases., to the ored al eons
bihit tiseo, with the nsecessary vustolore. within
ton msonths after the tirst publication of this
nolice, Its the paidadm..lstl5..5trS at Iti~law 'lthee
t ef eMstan llard , rttoom b (o~ld lock. lees
lwwse and Clarke county. Montana. the place for
tranmartlnosht hshebanees of saltd estate.
I~w ilu.aonltaa, May 12 I1ht5l.
listed Itle.. CA It'ENTEiL.
Admtinitratclz of the. selstate of ii L. K. CaU'
THE COOK AMALGAMATOR.
THE COOK AMALGAMATOR may take the place of the ordinary mill
tables and operate close up to the batteries, or it works with splendid results on
the tailings from other amalgamating devices. It is
CHEAP. DESIRABLE AND EFFICIENT.
and will save ninety-nine per cent. of all the metals which will amalgamate, ne
matter how fine, and the floured quick in the tailings from other amalgamating
apparatus. There are very many places i Montana where the Cook Amalgamator
will pay for itself every month.
I Will Guarantee Satisfaction Where I Advise the Purchase.
SEND FOR CIRCULAR.
G. C. Swallow, Helena, Sole Agent for Montana.
Having declined the ples of State Mine Inspector, I am now prepared t*
examine and report on mines, and aid in buying and selling the eama. I have ha#
Forty-five years' experience in mining. G. 0. SwAL ow.
THE OLDEST F/RM IN THE CITY.
Clar ke, Conrad & Curtin
HARDWARE and STOVES.
We now have upon our floor the fiaest and most complete
lines of all kinds of HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, and at
prices to suit everybody.
Refrigerators, Ice Boxes,
Ice Cream Freezers,
Rubber Garden Hose,
Hose Nozzles, Lawn Sprinklers,
Hose Reels and Lawn Mowers.
IRON and SEL MINING SUPPLIES.
TELEPHONE NO. 90.
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