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T HE INDEPENDENT, in " PIE INPEPENpENT s
every point that goes to licits your advertising: Spo Because it completely covers the make up a metropolitan daily of entire State of Montana. Because the highest class, is unexcelled. it will guarantep to prove a larger Its continued and uninterrupted bona fide daily circulation than popularity for a quarter of a cen- any other paper in the state. Be tury has established it firmly in cause it is the paper for -the peo the hearts of the people of .Mon- ple and the one that brings the tana. It is dehlivered daily to more best results. Because itis a legit homes in Helena, in proportion imate business enterprise, and as such works for the advantage of to thir populetion of the city, than E A . l 1its patrons. Because its charges any oher ppr in an other city for advertising matter are rea in the west. It is read by nine- sonable. Becausewithits equip tenths of the families in the city. ment of lightning prseses and the It also has a great many subscrib- best of modern facilities, THE ers in every city, town and camp * • * * * * * * * * * * * e INDEPENDENT is prepared to give in the state. It has the news ser- a dollar's worth for a dollar. Be vice of the Associated Press and cause advertising in its columns lhas paid others and it will pay the United Press and also has an as paid others and it will pay you. Because columns and pages extensive special service by its If yo the and TaI own correspondents at all im- If you w ant the new s, read T HE INDE- in other Montana papers will not f y reach the readers of THEI. INDE portant points in 1Montana. It PENDENT. Because it is the old also uses the best productions of PEN DENT. est morning' daily in the state and the high-class syndicates that fur- is the best advertising medium. nishillustrated and special arti- Because its circulation is con cles. Tutr INNDEPENDENTisdemo- B est advertising m edium in the State. stntly increasing. Because it cratic in politics, fair and candid B leads in news gathering, influ in its treatment of all political ence, enterprise, and the purchas and economic questions. tsre- Published daily, w eekly and Sunday.e- a , its readers. pe ports of all local and state hap- l w cause it is a clean, sharp, spicy penings are free from partisan local newspaper. Because it is bias or eena s JOb Printing, Book Binding, Law W ork, ot printed at the capital of the state politics doreaders in p intin t th Job Printing, Book Binding, Law W ork, and the county seat of the coun its readers in printing the news. ty. Becauseits readers are of While TlE INDEPENDENT alms bl nk books. the purchasing class and its col to print all the news it can get, umns are patronized by reputable it prefers to print only pleasant dealers. Because all kinds of news, and private brawls and matter appearing in its columns scandals are handled with care O utside orders given prom pt and careful have wight with its readers. when they must be printed, and Because if you want to reach the all objectionable features reduced attention people of Montana it can be done to a minimum. It is particularly, attention. to better advantage in THE IN therefore, the family paper of DEPENDENT than through any Montana. .Other medium. Montana. Estimates furnished and correspondence Ssolicited. 3MONTANASTATE IIEADQUARtTELS. For Visitors to the World's Fair-331 Michigan Avenue. This club has the endoisement and ap proval of Gov. J. E. Itickards, the board of World's fair managers for Mon tana and many other leading and reput able citizens. The citizens of the state of Montann are aware of the fact that its progress and de vrelopment for the past fifteen years lies been second to no state in the union. Ow ing to the fact that we have never had a commissioner of immigration, and that no concerted action has been made to adver tise the advantages and resources of this ocality to the capitalists of the east or the citizens of the old wo:ld, but compa. tively few outside of our own territorial limitations are adenquately imiressed with our importance. It is now thought advisable to make a united effort to call the attention of capital to the advantages to be derived from in vestments in Montana properties. Many of the states of the union have erected, within the confines of Jackson park, Chicago, a state builiing as head quarters for their citizens. Most of these buildings are small in size, and under favor. able circumstances would attract but little attention, and when placed in the imnim diate neighborhood of tnose magnificent architectural piles which go to make up the buildings of the World's Columblan exposl tion, and which are the wonder and admira tion of all who have seen them, they will pass unnoticed. It is probably understood by all that each of these state buildings as within theground of the World's Columbian exoosition, and that admission to thema is to be obtained only after tayment of the regular entrance fee. It is the design of the Montana State lHeadquarters club to provide a con venient location where may be made a suitable display of the minerals ind other resources of our state, and from which snay te di-tributed advertising mat ter ialculated to awaken interest in our various businles enterprises, which adver tiRing umatter, by a rule of the local board of the World's ('olumbian exposition. can not be distributed within the crirnrnd, and to provide the members of this club with many needed crnveniences for themselves and their friends. The irojectors have secured the magni ficent reoidetcen. 331 Michigan avenue. pact thle windows of which all pirocessions, Inlli ttry andl Civic, must march, and which is crivenient and easily accessible from the World's (;,lumlbin exposition and fromr tie buLu!les cinter. (Certificate holders will ie entitled to all these privilogers and ndvarntagei of the same, a few only of vhich we ernumoitat. Ilfart w'i i- provided a largo reception roomi, uilon the rounid floo , where the eit renlli of Mollt.arr are txpected to retiiter, givillnr tfi'.r .iie re nld ('licai,r, add essee. .All minal ani t-.leranine may tie addrlrsedot t certifc:.te L.old- ris in care of the club. "-tat.ner a dId c.tiiiwuniriico for the au oiwering of tho sca :ow:ll be provided free of clir:,, . 'I he loadiii neowspaeors of this stat,, as will is (,:stern newopipere. will be conitartly .n fiil; coillp tent stenographers illi i.in iittendaince, arid a telegraph of icee, trlephliioe and AnlliiraCn llditrict Men ninge-a rvic wil l e established within tli toililir g. loterte ard liodini; house accommodartions will !.o t:icuiol fort oembers at the beat riates obtatiini tio. A ladwi' t arlor and retiring romrn, in charge of corln.etert female attenodanta, v.ill be free to the patrons of the club. as will also the privilrcrs of t he bufft. In short, it is designed to furnish all the con venielnces and surroulndings of a first-olaes hotel, with the exceptilon of monls. Certificates ot r(relmbeonhip will he issued at the urnift: n price of 110, entitlian the holder thereof to all privileges of the club duriine their entire stay in toe city of Cihi cago. Certificates are to be non-assessable, end the ownras thereof will. in no way, be held for an, deLts of the club. A bureau of information will be estab i:el:ed aind information furnished as to the different pint of inlterest in the city. eand guides will bhe sent when desired. Extur sions will be arranged for the lhke at rea sonable rotes, and seats at the th-aters se cured, in advance, with no trouble to nimui bors. If from sickness or other causes the cer tificate holder is unable to visit Chicago, uron the surrender of the certificate at new one will be issued, without ext n expense, to any one whom the original holder may designate. Montana has already attracted the atten tion of the ci.rlhzid world by its unique and artistio advertisement, its ".-ilver Statue Justice," and it Is expected that her citizens will heartily co-operate in making the Montana Mtate Headquarters club the admiration and envy of the dwellers of all the other states. With your co-operation this can be nceomrlished. Certificates of memte ship can be had by remitting $10 to James Barnes, Jr., & Co., Merchants hotel, Helena, Mont. For further particulars address James Barnes, Jr., & Co., Great Falls, Mont., or Helena, Mont. FREE !! FREEI CONUrLATION given all Persons suffering from CRONIC diseases, dis eases of the Eye, Ear, Nose. Throat, etomach, Liver, Kidneys, Uri nary Organs, Nervous and Private Com plaints. UBS. tIEBI & CO, The World Renowned Speclallltm Per manently Located at 13 South Main St, Helena, The great well known and rresonaibilo an ranci.cco, tace.s city and tChicag a,,.i .alint now .v.r 1 yearla n1:N¼~t.oa are pryi1 ioinl sil sugclon atle to auccessvf.llty combat thei n-ci-led .brLlitate ant Incurably diseaoie, I:nh rost .ina.y yelars oi'tudy ainl r(t.cnrlh in IlLo:!.,it llo.pitlei and Itle casl (ille,;', 'f thn (I,,, u try, tanl hto no tuperor orin erlga.| crl trnt ing dieroane acii deforcnmite. A:.,ng tr,, ltes ouane with .L Lob tiev halo Inrot oaIl1 wond:erfll r, ayult 1', b -r ter.ed thr ,n, t rrliito din ordern whit laire rou.tot jin ortarlo wi"akocs, t"ervous Dut)iit, l'r,ioarro I elinet, Imtaired o in, r1, ri'al Auniot, nale. n, , otf Will piower. rlctn0.louly Wak-iaik riot kindrodcilicrnit, whsch .n oftt-n drive to itiaiI y ,r it idIo .r reorder iulht t pet r ol l lo ti. lutio if l I, IE..lopsy c( r d b7y nw dircov,v.rnt rc vtel.,r 1iliase"+ f Ito I ,tu l, Iil ', I as1 1, ote curait witLout I..r Illifo or lo s of ",,,u 1n.. eo. , of v.um'n. Ihe t a tir Lfi hlc w1orlcl, tut oue.' in I l ic vir. g ,tlicuriwh .i th e y our lferurs,, ant hv-te i tlf cis n hie e l tro', tnt.r rt, by whit h llh, I, ttle: rt iiuitr.ct I ',r lf nt Iholu wih,,ut ! ,,' .i r:. rnc I ly the n.val i. i tf tor t i ,", of t!oh b[i-.e, 'Ih oat rld l.nci', I'ntlartir a l flay F',ver at.r (ur:l. d aris llonues of tlti(1ye and I'ir, oar. c ir i irf,,mnl i wlih,,:t irain. grinu Ja1,i dl .;1 (;:IlI t- tale., and I lyo 1,aitsai of the t,ceoct i r0-tal at ouc u to order acrol 1rfoetly adtltlte tto u . It l awlit sm itrclnd casr. ro,, exaam.nation of [Irion -brinsg iarcl,lo. I e iroarknatl, -ollrl ir o-felto'el In :c.anaatttllcl Lbava rs,.lt.i bo.ru n« ialertt,.d au i'lanitr lnekll| I 1ly treoot. I, no) oxlpor.ment or falltre.. If Ia r(aIn 1s irnurtale. the lparntol! will btoe Inform oil. 'cs'a tinatel jby n ell ,r or.prs, l unt per mouai ,iaultiitiu i proft',ie I ttrictly Con l!intl.,at a:.d nedilci-au font to ny part oa tha oLnted lta'es LIEBIG WORLD DISPENSARY 13 S. Main St., Helena. i 104 Randolph St, Chicago. , 8 East Broadway. Butte, Mont. d 400 Geary St, San Francisco. 801 W. Sth St. Kansas City. Montana Central Railway TIME TABLE. In Effect January 1, 1898. ARRIVE AT RELENA. No. 24. Atlantic Exoress, eaatboundr. 10:05 a. m No, 28. lacire I =pres,, weatbound.. :20 p. in No. 2. Bultte Local ... ............. 6:30 p. m DEPART FROM HELENA. No. 1. Bette Local............... 8:5a. m N',. 2t Atlantic Expre'. eatlthorn:L. 10:15 a. m Noe. 2.1 l'acific Express. wrestbuand... 3:30 p. i ATLANTIC EXPRESS. (No. 24. Faily.) I Helena's best and popular train for 8S. PAUL. MINNEAPOLIS. DUJUTH, Cu1CAGO and NEW YORK. Leavo Helena at 10:05 a. m., arrive Ft. Paul at 6B:55 . m., the second morning, and Chicago at I:35p, 0:. ti,e ame night. nmaking immediate counctiouna for all points east and outh. For further inuformation maps, rates. etc, call at CITY TICKET.OFFICE No. 6 North Main Street, Heleaa. Or write the undersigned L. C. STEBBINS, 0. W.PI'IV, Traveling i'a'songer Agt. ity "lickert A U. U. LAN tLLY. General "icket Agen. NEW SIOUX CITY ROUTE 0 EAST. a a Passengers for the Eastf from' 1-elena and other Western points will find the NEW ROUTE via BIOUX CITY and the ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. not only desirable as to tinr.e and equipment, but one of the mnoet attractive, ;passing throuvrh Sioux City, the only Cora P-ulae., City ot the world; ;lbuguqe, the handsole K.ey C.ty of Iowa; liRockford, Illinois, a new rnanuflaI tuInin ctity, that has Lor orne a "world w.tlhin itself," ani C(:hicgo, whOsOe (rovwth and enterprise is the wondi:r of the world With eleqn:nt, trre Chair Cars, and Pull mn a Pa1.:: e Sleeping Cars on every tra;iut I.tween Sioux City :and Chi. cngo, ,n i with a close cornnction with thu, Ullion Pacific tralnus at Sioux Ctiy, the Illinois Central R. R respect..flly presents its claims Vf the new and every way desirablh SIOUX CITY ROUTE. For folders anrd further porticO - lar call upon local ticket agent, a : address the undersicned at Man obhedtbr, Iowa. J. F. MERRY, S A*at. General Passenger Agent. I wil ý , t IItF;I: ioeldl by. h- p.' f a aure, onil. ,llll o rem dy' for elf t',rI erd t ,,large t. e5l0nI,0 e V:lrl'.c,,relai i Two %Vet. A sur rta:' f :,r ::,,un,,u,), nervoenlue or n aly wr sul es Ia ). l u Ai r , :,1 u ." I N.II tl hlllabllllu ., I,l',o..plfii All -I : .f rp* ,t'l IIdo Ilu l ns 1 eilv'I . i"(u. -l,,,:i:,l , stamnp Yf 'uvcLltllt. J. L), Lous,. Bo L 45, A!luu, M.Y.. IF you REPOSED GONFIDENGE In a trusted friend whose judg ment was conceded to be good in matters of finance and invest ment, and he should advise you of a legitimate and judicious way to make money, wouldn't you naturally avail yourself of the chance? You would not only accept the suggestion, but you would feel very grateful. Sup pose you regard us in the light of such a friend, filled with good intentions to serve you and in every way qualified to do so. Let us make known to the reading masses YOUR capabilities to serve the purchasing public, making a feature of your especial claim of whatever nature, and the best of results will follow. ADVERTISE ALL THE TIME-make no ridicu lous distinction between dull times and good times--but never insert an advertisement of any nature, kind or description that has not been carefully prepared, and that says only what you want to say, and says only what you CAN and WILL do to the letter. T'IE DAILY INDEPENDENT. XII ltoom Nu. I, I owor Block. I'u.tofie liox 11. :11e:.lL Montana. A San Francisco Paper Would Form an Interesting Addition to Your Winter Reading. THERE ARE MANY REASONS WHY TIIt .. WEEKLY EXAMINER IS THIE BEST PAPER IN TIlE WESI SA000 SPECIAL PREMIUMS VALUE, $135,000 U GIVEN AWAY It is brimfltl of news from all parts of the world, and its Literary Department is supplied by the foremost writem of the day. In addition to its great news and literary features, IT GIVES TO EVERY SUBSCRIBER HIS CHOICE FROM TWO MAGNIFICENT WORKS OF ART. The Examiner's Art Album, Consistingof eight beautiful reproductions from masterpleses of the world's grea. est artists, the whole collection bound in a handsome bamboo leatherette case; Or a beautiful reproduction, in all of its original colors, of the baten historical painting, 22x28 inches, Columbus at the Court of Ferdinand and Isabella. And besides all this, THE EXAMINER will this year distribute among its subscribers 9,000 Pre miums, aggregating in value the stupendous sum of $185,000. This is the fourth annual distribu. tion, and the list of premiums is larger and more valuable than ever before offered, Rememberthat these premiums entail no additional expense to the subscriber whatever. They are absolutely free. The cat of the WEEKLY EXAMITNER, together with these magnalcat premium offers, i. $1.50 ONL $1.50 ONLY $I.50"PER YEAR $1.50 Sregular subscription price. Get the f.ll particularsof this grand offer from the EXAMINER'S Wstteen-Page Premium List, which we can supply to you, or you can procure one from your Post. master or Newsdealer. Then, having considered the matter. call on us and place a cor.lbiuation sub. slrtption for THE WEEKLY EXAMINER sad your home paper, and so save somcthing of the cost. OUR COMBINATION: The Weekly Independent, - - $2.00 a Year.* The Weekly Examiner, - - $1.50 a Year. And a Handsome Premium. All for $3.00 a Year. "THE INDEPEN DENT," Helena, Montana. SWEND CARLSON FOR Furniture and Garpets. Shade" LaOce Ir 1 n . ae 'ND aeilo Curtains. School Fornitur J. IL SANFORD, Ra. 112 and 114. Br'oadway, Helena.