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SEVEN LITTLI GARDENS.
Itraelee-;A Unoemy for Which You Most Weath. aE Is ONB ENEMY VORWIIoat ye mast wateh like a lynx, and that ti a little glten worm that measm atede on purpoe to devour peases. Wheo be comes from, or why he ehoald existat tll, is a mystery. But if you ind your little plants atop growling and as the leave perforated with smail holes :ad your blossoms gnawed, behold, your enemy s there. Eternal vigllanee only will save ;ou. Your faes must be brought to the surface of the ground--kneel and turn up every leaf; doubtless you will afnd the small green monster eurled up and hiding suck ing out all the jnices of the plant (nd so becoming exactly its color which makes him most difebult to find), and if not checked he will utterly destroy it; he will evour it in a few days. But you must aunt and kill every single one-it is not so very hard. Look for them every day till you have exterminated the whole green, soquirming brood. Your pansy garden must be kept wet Ibout the roots if yon would have fine sowers all summer. Other flowers I leave to take their chance of rains and dews as soon as they begin to blossom, but pansies must be kept moist about the roots or they will not be a sucesse. About gathering them, the same rule holds good as with the rest: You must luck them every day if yo would have them bloom continually. These flowers do not need the seissors, you can break the thick, tender etem so easily. There is not so great a feld for their ar rangement in the house as with many other flowers. I have a low, shallow flaring basket of ember glass in which I lay them; it makes a pretty effect to place the white ones in the center and next them the yellows and then the gold dashed with light brown and the lavender and blue, and then the clear blues, and then the Lord Iieoonsfields in lighter purples, then the darker shades on through bronze, tfwns, purples, to the velvet black at the edges of the bowl-or mass the yellows and light ones in one-half the dish and the dark in the other; or put them in any way s they come, they are always beau tiful A pretty way to arrange them is this: Along the edge of a shelf, bracket, mantel or whatever it may be, put a row of small vases, straight up and down, little yellow match jars, shaped like a mug without a handle )which you can find in any store where Japanese goods are sold), and into these put your pansies with faces upright looking over the edge, only three or four in each. There is room for all sorts of delico lousne combinations and contrasts of color in this arrangement; the whole effect is sim ply enchanting. I don'tknow anything prettier than a delloate bluish-gray little round low Japa nese jar which I have, with just two pure yellow paneies looking over the edge-it will hold no more, and another would spoil it. It is so exquisite that everyone greets it with an exclamation of delight. Never mix pansies with other flowers. they are a thodsand times more lovely by themselves. indeed, most flowers are. Min. CELIA THAXTUR. Good Looks. 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 a biliouns look; if your stomach be dis ordered you have a dyspeptic look, and if your kidneys be affected you have a pinched 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 end gives a good complexion. Bold at R. S. Hale & Co.'s drug store; 500o. pe bottle. Excursion, Union Pacific System. June 15 this system will sell round trip tickets, Helena to Pacific coast points, lim ited to sixty days going, with privilege of returning any time within six months, at following tatea:; . . . To San Francisco. going via Ogden, re turning same route, $75. To Sen Francisco, going via Ogden and returning via Portland, and vice versa. $90. To San Francisco, going via Portland and returning same route, $75. To Los Angeles, going via Ogden and Sacramento and returning via San Fran cisco, or vice versa. $89. To Los Angeles, going via Ogden and San Francisco and returning via San Francisco and Ogden, $93. To Los Angeles. going via Portland and returning via Sacramento, or vice verse, $90.650. Tickete will also be on sale the 15th to Salt Lake and return, fere $30, limited to ten days going; final limit sixty days. Remember the Union Pacific is the south ern route and makes twenty-eight hours quicker time to ban Francisco than any other line. Through sleeping car reservations and further information can be had by calling on or addressing 28 North Main street, Helena. H. O. WILaoN, Freight and Passenger Agent. A Warning--Don't Use Big Words. In promulgating esoteric cogitations or articulating superficial sentimentalities and philosophical or psychological obser vations, beware of platitudinous ponder osity. Let your statements possess a clari fied conciseness, compactal comprehensi bleness, coalescent consistency and a concentrated cogency. Eschew all con glomerations of flatulent garrulity, jejune - babblement and asinine affectations. In tying to impress upon otheic the superior ity of the Wisconsin Central lines. and why you and so many others use this thorough fare fromn St. Paul and Minneatoolils and Duluth and Ashland to Milwaukee, Chicago and points east and south, it is not neces gary to use jawbreakers. Let your exten. poraneous descantings and unnpremeditated exlatiations have intelligibility and vera cicas vivacity, without rhodomontade or thiasonical bombast. Bedulonu;ly avoid all all polysyllabic profundity, paittsaceous vac luity, ventriloquial verbosity and vandilo- A quent vapidiity, shon double entendre., prorient jucosity and peatiferoud proTaltity', obscurent or apparent. In other words, talk plnmly, naturally, sensibly, and truth fully sy the Wisconsin Central lines is the route, and that ends it. The beet spring weight, lambs wool underwear for men in the market at Tlhe lec live, only 02 per cuit. PIEOPIIE'S PART Y. Ceall for Conoty Convention and Prl Call for Conoty Convention and I'rl nltarles. A county convention of dolegato ropreanont tlves of tihe L.'oplloe' troty of ldwt and ('larks coullnty Is Ihreby tatllted to meet at Aestebly hall, Union block, ctty oF lIolot, at 1J M., Jlu t A. l8tt. for the purpose of chloosil ton d, oa atotI ant Io n alternate dologatno to att'n'l the Peu plo't party stat- convonti, n, to t hotul at Iutt, atoe'ay, Juni 14. 15112. and to transact such oth or businoaes as may p roperty cotu be"fore tihe con veution. It ho primaries will be held in the different wards of iolosa tand in the varitu previnets of Lewis and ('larko county on 'atuldy', June 4, at b p. m., at the follow tog places for the rcity: first Ward liotnett't', :ti7 Watur streaot. Htrond Ward -l.oe1re ashop, Jaokaon street Third Ward--l'iayian hotel. Yourtlh Ward -liarvoy hlouao. jittli Ward -Hots thn, e. bixthl Ward -lo Ithouse. t'eventi Ward liose house. tach ward in leleuor will be nntitled to fire delegates and outside jireinutas a follaou: Maryaville seven. Unonville two. llaxendaleoue, Mouth Nelson to . Kosl(sor' two, I.niairo ont, Jay tiould one,, Convun ote, Gootlwin'e one, 811 ver Station uco, Valley one. UIart Hllouna live,. Fronoh liar ,uo. Alittlchll's ranch ontt, Cartor villo one. C'raig one. LDsarorn one Hlogan oun. A.gtsts thit', Iltrk C'reek ont, ahll Ilutt on-, Milidte Fork earbern one, 'I he flowitig rules hanv been adopted for the gorerulellnt io, tltucontventlon: Fir.t --llr tle abalion of ta dulolato antl hi. alternate a majority of thi de l,.gationl fromt that precaint shall crat the vote of Ithe abaseitee uooand--ln tho alaeutco of all the dtolegatos and alternate dolrgatea from any precincot no. Vote dhatl ho casa ftr ttIOc Irtt'lot. Third o In tie e.ty In which the county con venttion shall held. when anty dele;ate and hla alternate delegate shall be absent there shall be n., volw e.at int th lir be elf. Folirllh--el)ueleats and alternates muot be members or the 'eople'e party, and residents of thl precinct thly reprcenut, j oprder county central somatl, Ieectotary. Catlrman. MERCHANTS FROM OUT OF THE CITY: If you ar$.i desirous of filling up your stock I can offer yo1i for cash, NUMBERLESS BARGAIN&.. Come in and get prices that cannot be dupli-. cated, as this stock must go as soon as possible. WnLM7. MUTH, RECEIVER, Greenhood, Bohm & Co.'s Old Stand. C. K. WELLS. WALTER E. WELLS. A. M. WILLIAM% J. S. FEATHERLY, H.S. TIURBER. C. Priute, Staionuors, W E LLkS BLANK BOOK MANUFDACTURERS CG. General Book Binders, OFFICE STATIONERY, IWT LL PTPE RS No. 13 North Main Street. No. 11 Jackson Street. PRINTING DEPARTMENT. The Most Fully Equipped in the Northwest Comprising every modern facility for the expeditious handling of work and its execution in the highest style of the art. All kinds of BOOK AND JOB PRINTING, Artistic and Commercial Work. - TRY US Binding and Blank Book Dept. This branch of our business is replete with the finest stock and best and latest machinery that could be obtained for its purposes. It com prises the LARGEST AND MOST COM PLETE PLANT between St. Paul and Port land, and is capable of meeting all demands made upon its resources. Blank books of every description, portfolio, magazine, pamphlet wvork, etc. Our Stationery Department. Is always complete. Fine Writing Papers and Envelopes, Office Stationery, Typewriter Supplies, etc. Wall Paper Department. We have just received a carload of all the latest styles and designs in Wall Paper and Room Mouldings. Art Department. If you want a Fine Etching, Engraving, Water Color or Pastel, or a picture frame, call on us. The largest stock of picture mouldings in the city. Frames made to order. Book Department. Books in fine bindings in sets. All the latest and popular novels received daily, Treatment Identical v\ith that Eji1ern at Dwight, Ill. KEELEY INSTITUTE Great Falls, Montana. NOW OPEN FOR THE RECEPTION OF PATIENTS. :, FOR THE CURE OF Liquor, Opium, Chloral, Cocaine, Cigarette, Tobacco h AND N+ ERVOUS DISEASES. `" OrFICERS: I A a I ni p The Court of Last HON. PARIS GIBSON, President. Double Chloride of old CHAD. D. WILT, Vice-President. FOR F. GEO. HELDT, Manager, Sec. and Treas. O PIuTI AND TRUSTEES: PARIS GIBSON, -" "P" WN HA CHAS. D. WILT, Rt FD rUue w A. E. DICKERMAN, ERCm CO "i D. L. TRACY, O4eD ONtY F. GEO. HELDT. .. / ' Sanitarium or home t.ea Our remedies are eaauogp .g4 sworld over. PHYSICIAN IN CHARGE: wDr. Ieeley's new book, THE ONLY CURE. Its use, abuse and ou. . A. N. PURDY, M. D. FREE. The Keeley Institute, Great Falls, Montana, is established for the exclusive treat~emt a cure of the Opium and Morphine addiction, the Liquor Habit and Nerve Exhaustion, thron, t the use of Dr. Leslie E. Keeley's Double Chloride of Gold Remedies. The same treatr, will be employed as that administered at Dwight, Illinois, where over twelve thousand po _ have been treated and cured. Under the personal direction of our Dr. A. N, d, physician in charge, all patients will receive the most careful treatment. Cures are aft without pain or nervous shock. Course of treatment from three to four weeks. All respondence strictly confidential. Furnished rooms at the institute to those desiring them. Skillful and courteous ment guaranteed to all patients. For terms and further particulars, address THE KEELEY INSTITUTE, Great Falls, .L - -