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HELENA LIBRARY BOOKS,
Complete List of New Volumes Added Since Publication= of the `atalogue. Should Be Preserved 'By Patrons of the Excellent Publio Institution. Cut Out and Arrange on Slips in the Back of the Catalogue--700 New Books. [Continued from Friday.1 Crooker, Joseph Henry, Problems in Amer ican Society, F 22 37. Oruger, Mis. Van Rensselaer, A Puritan Pagan, I 50 43. Crust, The, and Cake, Edward Garrett, 16015. Crystal Button, The. Chauncey Thomas, 1 59 68. Cumberstone Contest, The, Anon, N 6 81. Custer, Elizabeth B., Boots and Saddles; Life in Dakota, D 453. Cycloptedia, American and Annuals, 32 vols. to 1891, B. Daffodils; Poems, A. D. T. Whitney, G 6 58. Daniel Deronds. Eliot, 1 65 8. Dante Alighieri, The Divine Comedy of, Longfellow, tr.; three volumes. Vol 1. Inferno, G 3 57. Vol. 2, Purgatorio, G 3 58. Vol. 3, Paradiso, G 3 59. Daughter of Fife, A, Amelia E. Barr, I 60, 19. David Copperfield, Dickens, 155I 5. David Lloyd's Last Will, H. Strettoa, I 608. Davis, Richard Harding, Stories for Boys, N753. Day of Fate, A, E. P. Roe. 1 358. Days of Chivalry, W. H. D. Adams, N 14 30. Deeralaver, Tho, J. F. Cooper, 1 56 31. Defoe, Daniel, Robinson Crusoe, N 7 48. Deland. Margaret. Sidney, 1 59 41. Denis Dural, 'T'hackeray, 1 58 2. Do Quincy, Thomas, Confessions of an Opium Eater; papers, F 22 33. Desperate Chance, A, J. 1). J. Kelley. I 59 40. Despot of Broomsedge Cove, M. N. Mur free, I 59 30. Devereux, E. B. Lytton, 148 2. Diary of an Ennuvee, A. Jemeson, F 22 27. Diary of Kitty Trevylyan. B Charles 1 60 4, Di; a Story, S. L. Pierce, I 59 28. Dickens, Charles, American Notes, I 55 12. Barnaby Rudge. I 55 1. Bleakbouse, 1 55 2. A Child's History of England and Mis cellanies. 1 55 3. Christmas Stories. Contents: A Christ mas Carol: The Chimes; The Cricket on the Hearth; The Battle of Life; Haunted Man; Somebody's Luggage; Mrs. Lirriper's Lodgings; Mrs. Lirriper's Legacy; Doctor Mar igold; Two Ghost Stories; The Boy at Mugby; seven Poor Travelers, I 55 4. David Copperfield. I 55 5. Dombey and Son, 1 55 6. Great Fxpectations, I 55 7. Hard Times and Old Curiosity Shop, I 5511. Little Dorrit, I 55 8. Martin Chiuzzlewit, 1559. Miscellaneous; Contents: No Thoroug fare; Master Humprey's Clock; The Mudfog Association; Holiday Rom. ance; George Silverman's Explana tion; The 'Wreck of the Golden Mary: Perils of Certain English Prisoners; The Haunted House, 1553. Mystery of Edwin Drood and Barnaby Budge, 155 1. Nicholas Nickleby, 1 55 10. Old Curiosity Shop and Hard Times, 1 5511. Oliver Twist, I 55 12. Our Mutual Friend, I 55 13. Pickwick Papers, 155 14. Pictures from Italy, 1 55 12. Reprinted pieces; thirty-one short stories, I 55 4. Shetehes; Iontents: Our Parish; Scenes; Characters; Tales. I 55 15. Tale of Two Cities, I 55 15. Uncommercial Traveller; New Uncom mercial Samples, and Sketches of Young Couples, I 55 7. The Dickens Dictionary; A key to the characters and principal incidents in the tales of Dickens, by G. A. Pierce and W. A. Wheeler, will be found in reference works, B. Dictionary of English Literature, W. D. Adams (Reference), B. Disowned, The, E. B. Lytton, 148 2. Dobson, Austin, At the Sign of the,Lyre; Poems, G 3 64. Doctor Lamar, Anon. 159 27. Dombey and Sou, Dickens, I 55 6. Doris, Margaret Argles, I 46 53. Douglass, Amanda M.. The Heirs of Bradley House. 1 30 40. Down the Mississippi, E. S. Ellis, N 728. Dred; Also known as Nina Gordon, Stowe, 1 37 27. Driftwood and Outre-Mer, Longfellow, G 3 60. Driven Back to Eden, E. P. Roe, 135 13. Ducheso, The. pseud., see Argles, Margaret, Du Chaillu, Paul, Country of the Dwarfs, D 4 47. Lost in the Jungle, D 4 49. My Apingi Kingdom, D 4 48. Stories of the Gorilla Country, D 4 51. Wild Life Under the Equator, D 4 50. Dumas, Alexander. Chevalier de Maison Rouge, I ;1 15. Chicot the Jester. 1 61 7. The Conspirators, I ;1 9. The Countess de Charny. I 6114. Count of Monte Cristo, I 61 14. Forty-five Guardsmen, I I1 8. Marguelite De Valois, 161 6. Memoirs of a Phhsican, I 6111. The Queen's Necklace, I 61 12. The Regent's Daughter. 1 (;I 10. 'twenty Years After, 61 13. Vicomte de Bragelonne, I 61 4. Dunning, C., A Step Aside. I 59 33. Earth Trembled. The, E. P. Roe, I 35 16. Eastwood, Francis, Geoffrey the Lollard, N 6 85. Marcella of Rome, the Fearless Christ tian Maiden, N 6 8l. Edalaine. a Metrical Romance, F. Roena Medini, 5 52. Edward Burton, Henry Wood, I 59 55. Edwards. Amelia B.. Untrodden Peaks-Un frequented Valleys, Di 5 618. Eggleston, Edward. Beelyo. Lillie E., Brant and Red Jacket, C 0 18. Montezuma and Conquest of Mexico. Pocahontas, C 6 9I;. T'Iecuumsoch and the Shawnee Prophet, C 6 97. Eggleston, George. C., Red Eagle, C 0 99. Eicht Hundred Miles in an Ambulance, L. M. Johnson, D 4 55. Electrical Boy, The, John Trowbridge, N 750. Electrical Engineerin,. Practical, vol. I., compiiled. Dl)iv. I. Electro-Motallurgy, Alexander Watt, F 17 45. Eliot, George, pseud. Mary Ann Evans, Adam Bled,., I 5(; 1. Daniel DIeronda. i Sti l. Felix Holt, the IRadical, I 5; 6. Impressions of Theophrastus Such, I 5i 4. Legend of Jubal and Other Poems, old and new, 1 G6 ;. Middlemarch; a Study of Provincial Life, I 56 5. The Mill on the Floss, 1 56 3. Romola. 'limeof Savonarola, I 5G 4. Scenesof Clerical Life. Contents: 'lhe Sad Fortunes of the Rev. Almos :Barton; Mr. Gilfil'sa Love Story: Janet's Repentance, I 56 1. Silas Marner, the Weaver of laveloe, I 56 3. The Spanish Gypsy, I 56 6. Ellis, Edward S., Down the Missippi, N 7 28. Lost in Samoa, N 7 4. Lost in the Wilds, N 7 30. 'rhrough Forest and Fire, N 7 31. Up the Tapajos; or, Adventures in Blrazil. N 7 tt. Elsie and the Rtaymonds. M. Finley. N 8 15. Elsie at Nantucket, M. Finley, N 8 10. Elsie L.insmore, M. Fin!ey, Nt 81. Eleie's Children. M. Finley. N 8 6. Elsie's P riends at Woodburn. M. Finley. N813. Elaie's Girlhood, M. Finley, N 8 3. Elsie's Holidays at lloselands, M. Finley. N 82. Elsie's Kith and Kin, M. I~nly, N 1R. ElIe'si Motherhood, M. Finley, N 8 & Eleie's New Relations . M Finley, N 89. Elsie's Vacation, M. Finley, N 817. Elsie's WidoWhood, M. Finley, N 8 7. Elsie's Womanhood, M, Finley, N 8 4. Elsie Yachting, M. Finley, N 8 16. Elwes, Alfred, Perils Aflbat and Brigand Ashore, N 78 . Emerson, Ralh W, do, Poetical Work: Enault, Louis, Carin; a SLtory of Sweden 158 37. Engineer's Handy Book, Stephen Ropqr,. E rnest Ialtravers, E. B. Lytton, 1 488. Eugene Aram; a Tale and Tragedy, E. B Lytton. 148 10. Evangeline, Longfellow, GO 52. Everyday Topics; a Book of Briefs. J. 0 Holland, two vole., F 22 42 43. Excelsior Selections: Recitation and Read iug, T. J. Carey editor, G 6 23. Executor, The, A. F. Hector, I 60 37. Face Illumined, A, E. P. Roe, I 85 7. Fagots for the Fireside, L. P. Hale, F 22 39 Falconer, Lance, pseud,, see Hawker, Miss Falkland, E,. B. Lytton, 1 48 90. Famous English Statesmen, S. K. Boltor (Reese). C 9 100. Farmer, Lydia H., La Fayette, the Knighl of Liberty. C 9 99. Farm Implements and Farm Machinery, J. J. Thomas. F 17 57. Farjeon, Benjamin L., Gautran; or th House of White Shadows, 1 60 39. The Shield of Love, I 53 74. Felicia; a Novel. F. N. D. Murfree, 159 29. Felix dolt, the Radical, Geores Eliot. 1 566. Festivals andFasts, John H. Hobart, E 5 38. Finley, Martha (nee Farquharson), Christ mas With Grandma Elsie, N 814. SElsie and the Raymouds. N 8 15. Elsie at Nantucket. N 8 10 . Elsie Dinemore, N 8 1. Elsie's ihildien, N 8 6. Elsie's Friends at Woodburn, N 8 13. Elsie's Girlhood, N 8 3. Elsie's Holdidays at Roselands, N 8 2. Elsie's Kith and Kin, N 812. Elsie's Motherhood, N 8 5. Elsie's New Relations, N 8 99. Elsie's Vaeation, N 8 17. Elsie's Widowhood, N 8 7. Elsie's Womanhood, N 8 4. Grandmother Elsie. N 8 S. The Two Elsies, N 8 11. Fleming, George, pseud., See Fletcher. Julia. Fletcher, Julia. The Truth About Clement Ker, I 59 6. Flower de Hundred, Mrs. Burton Harrison, I 59 63. Fly-Rods and Fly-Tackle, H. P. Wells, F 204. Foote, Mary H., The Last Assembly Ball, I 5936. Forayers, The, W. G. Simms, 161 24. For Honor's Sake. L. C. Lillie, N 7 55. For King and Queen, Henry Frith, N 7 40. Forty-Five Guardsmen. Alex Dumas, I 61 8. Fothergill, Jessie, Borderland, 15265. From Moor Isles, I 52 66. Kith and Kin, I 53 75 One of Three, 153 76. Probation, 1 53 77. The Wellfields, 1 53 78. Four Georges and English Humorists, Thackeray, 158 9. e Franklin, Sir John, A. H. Markham, C 9 101. Freedom's Sword; Days of Bruce, A. S. Swan. N 7 35. Free Lances; Romance of Mexican Valley. Mayne Reid. N 1172. Frith, Henry. For King and Queen, N 7 40. Fýitters, S. Pitt, N 4 81. From Jest to Earnest, E. P. Roe, I 35 5. From Moor Islands, J. Fothergill. J 52 66. Fuller, Andrew S., Practical Forestry, F 17 46. Gardening. The Illustrated Dictionary of, iG. Nicholson, 4 vols., (Ref.) B. Gardening for Young and Old, Joseph Harris, F 17H3. Garrett, Edward, By Still Waters; Story for Quiet Hours, I 60 14. C:ooked Places: A Story of Struggles and Hopes, I 6) 13. 'I he C!ust and the Cake. ] 60 15. Her Object in Life. I 60 16. John Winter, I 6017. Gautran; or House of White Shadows, B. L. Farjean, 1 60 39. Geoffrey Hamlin, Recollections of, H. Kingsley, I 60 35. Geoffrey the Lollard. F. Eastwood, N 6 85. Geological Studies; Elements of Geology, Winchell, F 17 44. Georgia Scenes, Anon, D 4 57. Gibbons, James, (Ca dinal) Our Christian Heritage, E 5 39. Giberne, Annes. The Mists of the Valley, N 6 78. Gideon Fleyce. H. W. Lucy, 1 60 36. Girls at Quinnemont, F. McC. Harris, N 14 25. Gladden. Washington, Santa Claus on a Lark. N 14 26. Goddard, Julia, Ursula's Stumbling Block, N 4 80. Godolphin. E. B. Lytton, I 48 8. Golden Treasury, Songs and Poems, F. T. Palgrave, Editor. G 6 35. Goldemith, Oliver, Life, Irving, C 5 93. Poems, Plays and Essays, G 6 32. Same, G 6 55. Same, G 6 44. Good English, E. S. Gould. F 22 32. Gosse, Edmund William, On Viol and Flute, Poems, G 3 6(3. Goulburn. Edward M.. Thoughts on Per sonal Religion, E 5 37. Gould, Edward S., Good English: or Popu lar Errors in Language, F 22 32. Grandison Mather, Sidney Luska, 1 59 65. Grandmother Elsie, hl. Finley, N 8 S. Great Expectations, Dickens, I557. Great Hoggarty Diamond, Thackeray, 1 586. Green, E. M., When We Were Children, N 14 32. Greene, Hon. Mrs., Bound by a Spell. I 59 75. Greenleaf, Simon. Testimony of the Evan gelists, E 4 5. Griffis, \villiam Elliot, Lilly Among Thorns, F 22 3(6. Guenon. F.. Milch Cows, F 17 56. Guerin Maurice de, Journal of. C 9 91. Guernsey, A. H., Davis, I. P., Health at Home. F 20 21. Guy Livingstone, or "Thorough," Anon, 1 59 66. Hale, Lucretia P., Fagots for the Fireside, F 22 39. Half a Dozen Girls. Anna C. Ray, N 7 54. Hall, A. Oakey, Old Whitey's Christmas Trot, N 7 61. Handy Reference Atlas of the World, J. Bartholomew, Ref., B. Hard Times and Old Curiosity Shop, Dick ens, 1 55 11. Harland, Marian, pseud., see Terhune Mary V. Harold; the Last of the Saxon Kings, E. B. Lytton, 148 6. Harris F. McCready, The Girls of Quinne nmot, N 14 25. Harris, .lose h, Gardening for Young and Old. F 17 53. The 1'1e,; Breeding, Rearing, Etc., F 17 51. IHaris, Mirium Coles, An Utter Failure, 1 59 31. Harrison, Benjamin, Life of, Low Wallace, C 0 10:1. Harrison, Mrs. Burton, Flower de Ilundred, 1 59 68. Harrrion. Jennie, Little Boots. N 6 79. The Old Back Bioom, N 6 77. Harry and Fred's Story Book, J. HI. Mat thews, N 14 13. Harry Lorrequer, Charles Lever, N 01 51. liarte, Francis lret, 'liThe Argonauts of No th Liberty. I 59 2. In the Carquinez Woods, I 51 5. Maruja. 1 59 1. Thankful Iilossonm; a Romance of the Jerseys, i i5l 4. A Ward of the Golden Gate, I 59 24. Haunted and the llaunters, E. B. Lytton, 1,1' 12. Hawker, Mhlis, Cecilia de Noel, I 59 1;4, Hearn Lafcauol, Chita, Memory of Lost island, 1 591 49. Health at Hlur,', Guernsey-Davisy F 20,.1. Hector, Annie I'.. 'Ihe Executor, 1 0;() 37. He Fell in lve With His Wife, E. P. Jloe, Heirs of Bradley Hlouse, The, A. M. Douglass. I :) 40. SC*NT1N IFI) MONDAY.) G;uod li.ools. Good looks are more than skin deep, de pending upon a healthy condition of all the vital organs. If the liver be inactive, you have ia bilious look; if your stomach be dis ordered you Lave a dyspeptio look. anti if your kidneys be affected you haven pincied look. Secure good health and you will have good looks. Electric bitters is the great alterative and tonic; acts directly on these vital organs. Cures pimples, blotches, boils and gives a good complexion. Sold at It. S. Hale & Co.'s drug store; 5c. per bottle. The, Cod That Helps to Ourse The Cold. The disagreeable taste of the COD LIVER OIL is dissipated in j SCOTT'S EMULSION Of Pure Cod Liver Oil with HYPOPHOSPHITES O11 LIBE:IS ANTD SODI,. The patient suffering from CONS U MPTION, BRRONCHITIS., COUGH, COLD, OR W rASTING DISEASES, may take the t remedy with as lunct satisfaction as he would take milk. Physicians are prescrlb. ing it everywhere. It Is a perfectemulslloa. 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WEBTERN BRANCH, BOX 27 PORTLAND, OR, Sold by H. I. Parchen & Co.. druggists fl D, Ulr Room No. I, Power Black. Postofflce Box 811. HELENA, MONTANA. S UMMONS-IN THE DISTRICT COURT of the First judicial district of the state of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis and Clark-. Gustave A. Uhrig, plaintiff, vs. Mary J. Uhrig, defendant. The state of Montana sends greeting to the above named defendant: You are hereby required to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plain tiff in the distric court of the n'irst judicial dis trict of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Claris, and to answer the complaint filed therein, within ten days: (exclusive of the day of service) after the service on you of this summons, if served within this count: or. if served out of this county, but within this district,within twenty days: otherwise within forty days, or judgment by default will be taken against you, according to the prayer of said complaint. The said action is brought to obtain a decree of said court dissolving the bonds of matrimony existing between the plaintiff and defendant, on the ground that on or about the month of No vember, A. D. 1889, the said defenlant disregard ingthe solemnity of her marriage vows, w:11 fully and without. cause deserted and abandoned the plaintiff. and ever since has, and still con tinues so to willfully and withiott cerpe desert and abandon said plaotiff and to, ive'separate and apart from him without any sufficient cause and naraon, and against his will and without his consent, all of whirlch appears more fully in th complaint on file herein, to which special refer ence is hereby mad P. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer tht said complaint, as above required, the said plaintiff will apply to tl, court for the relief demanded in thk complaint. Given under my hand and the seal of the dis trict court of the First judicial district of the state of Montana. in and for the countyaof Lewis and Clarke. this P Rth day of i ehruary, in the year of our Lord one thoufand eight hundred an. ninety-two. (CsaL. i JOHN BEAN, Clerk. By H. TR. TulOPSot N. Deputy C(ler. E. L. KNOWLES. Attorn.o for Plaintiff. irnst National Bank OF HELENA, MONT. PAID UP CAPITAL, - $500,000. SURPLUS AND PROF ITS, 700,000 Designated Depo, itory of the United States. Interest Allowed on Time Deposits. General Banking BnsineFs Transacted. Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent Dilrectors: S. T. HAUSER, - - President. E. W. KNIGHT, - - - Cashier. T.H., KLEINSCIIHMIDT, - Asst. Cashier. GEO. H. HILL, - - 2d Asst. Cashier, Granville Stuart . . Stockgrower. lion. T. C. Power, - - U. S. Senator, J. (C. t'urtiuq - Clarke, Conrad & Curtin It. S. tarmi,ton, - - apitaliset O. R. Allen. - Mining and Stocktrowr, ('has. K. Wells. - - Merchant. A. H. PIotter. - A. M. lHotter Hardiware Co Assoclatedl Banks: Nortlhwestern National Bank, - Gre:t PFalls. First National lank, - Missoula First Naional Iank, l - - - itta ~ ontana National Bank UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. Capital Paid in, - $500,000. Surplus and Profits, - $200,000. Di)rectors: C. A. BROADIWAt'ER . trrooshutn C. G. P 1IEIPS. - - Vice.If'rtid(nt . I. L. Ict':llIt )IP , A. L. lSiMITII, Aet. Cashier, A. Cl. Clarke, lnrmnan Clan, i. F. Liti-n, Prie IO areirt C. W. ('aunon It. . Viall c J l errehanIs Natio nal NA \lt UNITED STATEF; DEPOSITC)Ry. Paid in Capntai $t:(i'O,O'o: Surplus anid Prot0t.1 $oOo I. 1[. IIEh:RS!IFI1': " f I'rn, i,inlt. A. J. DtAVIDtON - Vieo-i'rre.ihcot. AAIRON iIEtItl Siii Sslu-r. 5lortrd of 1i5r1c:.lsors: Thomas (Iripe, M. hand:. S. ., lIh ntlo,. A. I.II'r i.v ott, A. J. 1)ayiidh.iu. Moe Muorri., L . I 1. ll u r . ,i -Id , A a r ,,u I I, 'ro , irht e . .I Switser. First,.lsao t(ity (',nulnty anrd Htlas eturiies bought antd "itl Exrhn..e iseioal ot: tp ir,,pal r dirif the linitisl .tiMalls antld Il.ioie. l'Ir'ail:, ot oionloy mrds by telographi. I nlterest alllowed 1,n It inliop osits. tollertione promptly attuindll It. llBie for r,.ni at reasoahle r,rieis in one of the Ibet onsatrno-d tirt and bturglar plroof oaf I deposit vaults in the coutatr TH E PROV DER. ill a. Bargain Saturday. All Day TNINtIUNG OF BUYING? Very likely. We make it worth your while not only to think, but to act. A cut crystal Glass Tumbler, engraved with dies' Furnishing Goods any initial, Ladies and cents" Furnishing 00od ONLY 50. )DEPARTMENT. Glass Syrup Pitchei, with nickel plated SAMPLES. S A M PLE S. spring cover, ONLY 20c. N)o Duplicate. I,ooo Pairs Ladies' Hose. Hand painted French China Cup and Saucer, 500 Ladies' Vests. ONLY 250. 500 Men's Summer Shirts. 4-quart heavy tin Dinner Pail, AT ONE-HALF VALUE. ONLY 25. - - Kerosene Oil Stove, GROCERY DEPARTMENT, ONLY 85[M ONLY 85o. Hams, per lt) ............ ...... .Io Breakfast Bacon, per lb..... .... 0 The "Junior Manhattan" is the BEST Gasp- Pint finest Tomato Catsup ............ .25 line stove, and we offer thenito-day at Imported Vermicelli, per lb........... .z5 Sago and Tapioca, per lb ............. 08 1 BURNER, $3.00. Durham Tobacco, per lb............ 50o 25 pounds Corn Meal for............ .50 2 BURNERS, 4.75. Evaporated Raspberries, per lb........ .25 3 Van Ilouten's Cocoa, per lb...... .90 BURNERS, 6.00 Gallon keg plain Pickles ........ Gallon keg sweet mixed pickles ....... I.oo A "Superior" Clothes Wringer, Leghorn Citron, fresh, per lb......... .25 Lemon peel, fresh, per lb ............. .15 ONLY $1.90. Imported Sultana Raisins, per lb........ .15 WM. WEINSTEIN & CO., SIXTH AVE. AND MAIN ST. I- .I.I . . . .. .... . " II· . . a . B M E The American National BANK, OF HELENA. CAPITAL, $200,000. T. C. POWER, - - President. A. J. SELIGMAN, - - Vice-President. A. C. JOHNSON, - - Cashier. (iEO. F. COPE, - - Assistant Cashier. Directors: T. C. Power, A. J. Seligman, A. C. Johnson, IRichard Lockey. James Sullivan. Interest allowed on time deposits. Exchange issued on principal cities of the United States, Canada and Europe. Transfers of money made by tel graph. Colleclions promptly attended to. City. county and state securities bought and sold NO. 4406. OF HELENA, MONT. CAPITAL, $500,000. Transacts a General Banking Busi ness. JOHN T. MURPHY, - - President. SBIRLEY C. ASHBY, - Vice-President. FRANK BAIRD, - Cashier. Interest allowed on time deposits. Exchange issued on foreign countries. Transfer of money by te'egraph. First-class city, county, and state securities bought and sold. Collections promptly attended to. Board of I)irectorst John T. Murphy, Shirley C(. Ashby, P. W. MeAdow Frank Baird. ihms. (It. Wells, J. P. Woolplan, E. G. Maclay. W. E. Cullen, Jnu . . Mendenhall, Abner B. Clements, I. S. Ford, A. A. McDonald, J. I'. Porter. T he Thomas Cruse Savings BANK. OF IIELENA. Incorporated Under the, Laws of Montana. PAID IN CAPITAL, $100,000. 'IOiMAit CItRUSE, - i'rpesidont. NirANK K. ('US..E - Vice- Preident. WM. .. ('OO. Asst. Treas. and Sec. WM. J. SWENEY, - Treasurer. Trustees: Thomas (Crose, Frank It. ('ruse, Win. J. Cook. Wm .1. Sweeney. John Fagan. Allows . per cnot. int'rest on Savings Deos-. its, colpoundted .1aenary anl ,.1ly. l'ranenscis a ensral bauking business. thaws extthang ,on the principal eities of the United htate' cnd Europe. D)als in county and city bonds, and makes loans on real oe.att't morliltgc s. (Iffli.r honrs from 10 a m. to 4 p. m. Also on Faltutrdty and 8Olndtly evenitgs from 7 to L S ecoil National Bank S OF IHELENA, MONT. PA/ID UP CAPITAL, - $75,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $20,000. A General 13anking Business Transacted. I'. D. EDfGEIT'l1N, - President. '. K. ClK', - Vice-l'retident. SjEIRGIt f. CHI ItD. - ('ashier, JOitP1PH N. KENCK, - Asst. Cashier. Iloard of Directors: . Ft. Sanftrd, C.g . Evans, II. W. Child. K J. JIones, A. N. Spratt. C'hris. Kenek, K. D. lt'4 r'on, C(. K. Cole, George I. Child. OUR TWENTY-SEVENTH YEAR OF CONTINUOUS BUSINESS Glarke, Gorradc & Gurtin, - THE LEADING DEALERS IN STOVES AND RANGES. We offer a very complete line of all kinds of I EATING AND COOWTIN ASTOVE S, For either Wood or Coal and at prices that will astonish every. W.ORLD P body. Come and see us. NIIWON AGENCY FOR Golden Sunshine Steel Ralnls, . ,- Acorn Line of Heaters and Cooks, " " SUPERllR STOVES AND RANGES. 42 and 44 South Main Street. Telephone go. 'CALIFORNIA FRUIT FARMI A Home That Cannot be Duplicated in California. THE THOMAS CREEK IRRIGATION & IMPROVEMENT CO. For the first time to-day place their lands before the public. They are situated in the heart of the beautiful Sacramento Valley, the finest location in the State of California, the natural home of the vine, fruit and nuts. No finer oranges are grown in the state than with us. It is absolutely healthy. Our lands are all first-class dark sediment land, all under a high state of cultivation, and under an irrigation ditch. Upon these lands we can show you the largest lig tree in the United States, nearly four feet through, and this last year raised over three tons of figs. The title is United States patent. For a limited time we make the following phenomenal oiler: 6 ACRES $200, PAYABLE $2.50 A WEEK. 10 ACRES $400, PAYABLE $5.00 A WEEK. 20 ACRES $800, PAYABLE $10.00 A WEEK. 40 ACRES $1600, PAYABLE $20.00 A WEEK. No payment required down, no Interest, and no taxes on deferred payments; or will sell one-third cash and balance in one and two years at 8 per cent. on deferred payments, if desired. Immediate pos. session givan. In case purchasers desire, we will put it into any kind of fruits or vines desired and care for it until in full bearing at actual cost. Call or send immediately for maps and full information. 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