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E.N.DEPENDENT,jIan .. ....o.... ] I' l EN T so. ery point thai goes to ic yts a Advi thb i.g: theecauhegit cossmpstney xovere the make up a metropolitan daily of entcusitateo Montana Belcase the highest cls is unexelled. it will guarantee to prove a larger ts continued and ninterrupted` bona tide 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 MIon- pie and the one that brings the tana. It is delivered daily to more best results, Because it is a legit thomes in Helena, in proportion imate business enterprise, and as o the population of the city, than such works for the advantage of any other paper n any other city E LE N Its patrons. Because its charges any othe es t is reay o it for advertising matter are rea in the west. It is read by nsonable. Because with its equip tenths of the families in the city. ment of lightning presses and the It also has a great many subscrib- best of modern facilities, THE ,ers in every city, town and camp * a * . . a* 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 the United Press and also has an has paid others and it will pay you. Because columns and pages extensive special service by its own correspondents at all im- If you w ant the new s, read T HE INDE- in other Montana papers will not w reach the readers of THE INDE portant points in Montana. It PENDENT. Because it is the old also uses the best productions of PEN DENT. eat morning daily in the state and the-high-class syndicates that fur- is the best advertising medium. nish illustrated and special arti- Because its circulation is con cles. THE INDEPENDENT is demo- B est adverti si ng m edium in the State. stantly increasing, Because it cratic in politics, fair and candid lads in news gathering, influ in its treatment of all political ence, enterprise, and the purchas and economic quetions. ts re- Published daily weekly and Sundaypower o its readers. Be portsof all local and state hap- u ished daily, w eekly and Sunday. cause it is a clean, sharp, spicy penings are free from partisan * local newspaper. Because it is bias or misrepresentation. Its printed at the capital of the state b o mprsntaton. s JOb Printing Book Binding Law W ork inted aheaalo thestate politics do not affect its fidelity to ob 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 THi, INDEPENDENT alms blank books the purchasing class and its col to print all the news it can get, blank books. umns are patronized by reputable it prefers to print only pleasant dealers. Bcau 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 weight with its readers. when they must be printed, and Because if you want to reach the all objectionable features reduced . 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. Estimates furnished and correspondence g( solicited. WHY THEY HAVE CORNS. Amerlcas Have a Practice of Wearing the Same Shoe all Day. "Corns are bad," said the philosophic bootblack. "Yours seem to hurt you some. Strange what lots of people have corns. Over 90 per cent. of the men who come to get a shine have corns. How do I know it? How do I know you have corns? By find ing it, of course. Gently? All right, I won't hurt you, guv'nor. As I was saying, ninety out of every 100 have corns. Poor le say it's tight boots, but I don't believe it. Those who have the worst corns wear boots that are too large for them. What gives thetm erns, then? Well, i'ui tell you. It is wearing boots all day lonr. S'ldom do you, see Eurooeans bothered with corns. especially Englishmen. Nearly every American has them. The former never wear their boots all day. They have, walking boots to the office. Once the;e they put on a thin house boot. When they go home about five o'clock in the evening the first thing they do is to put on their slippers. The result is that the feet are always cool, the p'essure never constant and no muscle tired beyond its power. Far otherwise the American. He goes down to wok at eight o'clock in the morning and is hurrying and scurrying in the same boots until six o'clock. Then he hurries home to dinner, hurries through dinner and, still in the same boots, goes to his lodge or elsewhere and riturns at mid niulit, his feet having been eramped up for fourteen hours out of the twenty-four in one pair of boot. 'I he result is corns and bunions."-Chicago Mail. Strength and Health. If you are not feeling strong and healthy, try Electric Bitters. If "la grippe" has left you weak i:nd weary, use Electric Bit t es. This remedy acts directly on liver, stomach and kidneys. gently siding those organs to perform their functions. If you are nlilicted with sick headache, you will find speedy and permanent relitef by taking Electri oUitters. One treal will convince you that this is the remedy you need. Large bottles only h0 cents at H. hL. Far. ahea & Co.'s drug store. A Itug Canal. A bill for the construction of a canal from the Gironde to 'the Mediterranean is under consideration in the French chant ber of depntier. The proposed canal will b< about :"'2 miles long and 143 feet wide, except at points where vessels can pass each other, where its width will be over 200 feet. 'The deo'th will be 27>a feet, and there will be twenty-two double locks. A colcoesion of ninety-uine years is asked by a company pepanred to carry out the sei:eme, and a state guarantee of two per cent interest. The military advantage would be to afford a sate tasenge to French shire in time of war between the Atlantic ansd the Mediterranonre. Deserving 1'ratse. We desire to say to our citizens, that for years we have been selling Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Dr. King's New Lifa Pills, Ilucklen's Arnica Halve and Electric Bitters, and have never handled remedies that sell as well, or that have given ensch universal satisfaction. We do not hesitate to guarantee them every time, and we stand ready to refund the purchase p, ice, if satisfactory results do not follow their use. These remedies have won their treat popularity purely on their merits. H. M. Parchen & Co., druggists. To the It'or:d's Fair ('heap via the Great Northern Railway. The Great Northern is selling tickets to Chicago and return at $70, with stop-over privileges west of St. Paul, good to return via any direct line until Nov. 15th. Remember that this road makes quicker time than any other, using only two nights to Chicago. Elegant new dining cars. luxurious sloep ers and handsdome day coaches nt run on through trains. B. H. LANOLE, G. T'. A. A is tinff1ihed Medical Vi sitor 1 IS COMING TO HELENA, AND WILL BE AT 13 MAIN ST., Wednesday and Thursday, MAY 17 AND i 8. E Or, Archibald C. Stoddart, President of the Liebig World Dispensary, the largest inco.porated medical nssocia tion in the world, divisions in Chicago, Kansas City, San Francisco and Los An geles, and all the principal cities in the United States. On account of eno moos practice all over the Pacific coast, Dr. Stoddart can remain positively only two daysin Helena, and will have ofisces for free consultation at above named place, and on above dates. The staff physician, diagnostician and orator will deliver a free lecture to men, at Ming's Opera House, May 17, at 8 p. m. The lecture will be splendid;y illustrated with fine stereopticon views 24 feet square. Dr. Liebig & Co., treat and cure more cases, have more iustitutes and mo:e capi tal iuvested in curing chronic and men's diseases than all others combined. Estab lished in San Francisco since 1859. Thor oughly reliable and competent. I)iseasta of the Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat skltill fully treated; also diseases of a private and delicate nature in men and women. Baces manufactured for all deformities, Weak men and women restored to full vigor of manhood and womanhood. Incurable cases not taken. Perfect satisfactionguar anteed. 'I his willbe a rnre chance to consult free with the leading special doctor of our great eat cities right here in Helena. LOMT MANHOOD i Easily, Quickly and Permanently Restored. CSLI.LaTrn ENtousa Itr.ulor NERVIA. guaras tee to cure any f orm of nervous proc rtrationor any disorder of the genital organs of either nex, caused Before. by excessive use of After. Tobacco, Alcohol or Opium, or on arousa t of youthful indiscretion or over lodulgence etc., D)izziness, Convulsions, Wakefulness. ioadsehe, Mental D)epression. Sloftening of the Brain, Weak hMemory, Bearing Down Pains, Hominal Weakness. llyrterine. Nortclrnal Emissions, Spermatorrbhre. r Loss t, lower and Impotency. whichit nsglected n may lead to premature old age and lnsaity. !Pnitlovsly guaranteed. Price. $1i00 a box; a boxes for $5.00. Sent by mall on receipt of priee. A written r guarantee furnished with every $5.00 order received. Isto refund the money it a permanent curels not effected. ~ IERVIA MEDICINE CO., Detroit, Mob. n Forsale In Helena by the Paynter .rua Co whelesale and retail direugita. yirst N ational Bark 01 HEILENA. MOUT. PAID UP CAPITAL, $500,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $700,000 Designated Depository of the United States. Interest Allowed on Time Deposit,. (General Bankinr I n .inee. Trnnnarted. k&fety Depceit Boxy. for EPL I Direotores T. AU3ER ..........................President Y. W. KN(IGHT ............ . (a I i '. H. KLEINSCHMIDT ..... resetant' tneher GEu. 1. HILL......... teond Assaitant Cashier Granville Stuart................ Stooorowe. K. WV. Ba. h ..................... rr....ohrrnt J. C. ( urtin........Clarke, Conrad Cult;tn R. H. Hamilton....... ............Caritai t 0 IR Alien...........Miinog and Sto'g:owrr Chas. K. WVell ....:....................Meret ano A M. Holter.........M.. . Holter HardwaroU . Assoolated Bankes Northwestern National Bank........ Great Fals - liret National Bank.................l....ms.,ula First National Bak ........................ utte ontana National BANK. O HILENA. MON. UNITED STATES DEPOSITOR!. Capital Paid in, $500,000. Surplus and Profits, $200,000. JOHN T. MURPHY...............President ROBT. L. McCULLOlI..........Vice-President ALBkRT L. SMITH.................. Cashirr 5. B. WEIICK.............. Assistant Cashier Directors, John T. Murphy. H.F. Galon. N. L MoOnlloh C. W. Cannos. A. L. Smith. Peter I arson. David A. Cory, Henry Bratnobe. Herman Gaes. .R: B C Wallaese E. B. WeiOk. General Barnkig BnusIess Transaick.. !co. 2.771. Second _atior al BANK, OF HELENA. MONT. PAID UP CAPITAL $75,000. SURPLUS AND PRO'I IS, $25,000 A General Banking Business Transacted. E. D. EDGERIITO.... .............Presideonl C. K. I' LI;......................Vice Pro~idsni GEO.(GE i. ('HILl) ................... ai..svlh JOBEl'P N. KeNCKe..........Aseistant Cashies Ioard of Directors J.P. .anford, C. G Evans H. W. (Child C. K. (olo, I. I) Edgerton G3eorge U. ('hat, W. .3. i okett, leo. B. Uoit, J. N. Kenck. --TIIE---- Arrerican National BANK. OF HELB NA. CAPITAL, $200,000. ii - .T. C. POWERI...... ........ Premldeat J. 3 i(,MAio ............... ....Ti relslent 0tO. JO. C0t' ................ aitatot Cashi-i Direeteral r. C. Power, . .7. Sellgman. A. C. Jonsnn.L itEad. Lokroo , Jamee Sullivan. Intleret allowed o time depo.lts. Fxhaia uead on principal teitem of the .United tatee, nada andl urcp Tranesfrs of none made Ste:egraph. Colleotlon uDromptly attouded to. Ltty, COunty an4 sta'e eouitlse euuhtand sold. a " THE " e 1erchaints 1ational BANE, 0F HELENA. PAID IN CAPITAL $350,000. L. H. ERSHFIELD................Prelident' A. J. DAVIDSON...............Vies President AARON HERSHNIELD.................shs Interest allowed on deposits made for a speel. -ed time. Transfers of money made by telegraph. Exchange sold on the prineipal cities oe the United Eates and Europa oxees for rent at reasonable rates in our fre and burglar proof safe deposit vanits. The Thomas Gruse BAVINGS BANK. OF HELENA. Cocorporated Under the "Waiw 01 Montana. PAID IN CAPITAL, $100,000. THOMAS (RUSE ....................Presldenul F iAhiK H. CIUSE ...............Vice-Presldent WM. J. COOKE....... &t Tree,. and LSeoretarp WE. J. BWEMNE¥.................Tr urs Trusteest Thomas Cruse, Frank H. Ornse a Co . Fm.J. Sweeney. Allows 4 per sent. interest on fSaving Deposidt tool onnded January anud uly. Transacts a general banking business.l Draws Ichanic on the principal o ties of the United States and Europe. Dials In countl and city bonds, and makes loans on real estate mortgages. Offico honre from 10 s. . to 4 p. e. Als s I terday and Monday evenings from Ito a'clo:k. I . NATIONAL Soan & Sating Union HELENA, MONTANA. nulldingr naI Loan Rtoek-Sarest Invest inent. Most Saved at Leasat Cost. Clas "A" $ .70 per share m nthly. "B" 1.X)0 per share mnthly. "" ' .00 and upwards. 7 per cent interest. ('ertific te, ainterest 4 per cent. payable quarterly 'ralea d I'. and L. stock participates in earnings. For ti:e provident the above ofer the beet and salort of all ulethods of ravine. Apply for meombership, or particulars and facts. Oficeso Merctants Nat' IleSnk lulldlig. JOHIN B. WILSON. President. W\. F. WIIIAKEHL Secretary. E. W. KNIGHT. Jr..Treasurer. Depoittory anl trustee of Sacurities-First National hank. lelena. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. LAvD OFrrcI AT IlxlssA, Luont.. April II. 18913.5 Notice tis hereby lien tha t te followlnl named sattler hia tbled notice of hit intention to take final proof in suopport of his claim, and that said proof will Le made bIfoze relgi.ter and tea.iver at Helena. tunt . on May 19. 1815, vis: I nul Krarer, who mals honmestead appihotion No. 9J.th for the awlsk se, sea sw, sec. 14. tp. t 10u.. ig.5w. lie name, the following witnesses to prove his ScontiDnus rseldence upon and cultivation. of said land, viz: Alitert t:ue. Geoury A. Zwanzig and Gustaf Ilermuan. all of lHlena Mont. Any tporiee who doeire. to protest against the allowance of such proof, or who tnog. of any etbstautlat resu,,n, under the law and the ag Lotions of the interior department why snch proof shbold not bo allowed, will be given an Su.portnoity at the above mentioned time and place o 'roa-eamine the witnesses of said c'amsnt, and to ,ff-r evidence in rebunttal of Ithat submitted by oialmant. tIa. A. SW1GGZTT. llegtee. IF YOU WANT INFORMATION ABOUT PENSIO S. ADDRESS A LETTER OR POSTAL CARD TO THE PRESS CLAIMS CO., JOHN WEDDERBURN, Managing Attorney, S P. O. BOX 463, WASHINGTON, D. C. Honorably discharged soldiers and sailor. who served ninety dsp. or over, in th, late war are entitled. if now pattlally or wholly ,lisablod for ordinary manuat labor, Wlhether disability was caused by service or not, and regar.iiess of thoir po uniary lrenmatanoes. WIDOWS of such soldiers and sailors are entitled Uit not remarried) whether soldier's death was duo to army service or not, if now liependent upon their own labor for support, Widows not dependent upon their own labor are entitled if the soldier's death was doe to serice. CHILDHEN are entitled (if ondor sixteen years) in almost all eases where there was no widow, or she has since dledL or remarried. PAtlENTS are entitled if soldier left neither widow nor child, proviled soldier died in service, or from effeots of service, and they are now depend.lnt upon their own labor for euport. It makes no dilference whether soldier served or died in lat e war or in regular Soldiers of the late war, pensioned under one law, may apply for higher rates under other laws, without losing any rights. Thousands of soldiers drawing from $2 to $t0 per month under the old law are entitled to higher raes under new law. not only on account of disablhttes for which now.pensloned, bt also for others, whether duo to service or not. Soldiers and Failors disabled in liio of duty in regular army or navy since the war are also entitled. whether d'seharged for disability or not. urvivors, and their widows, of the I lack Hawk, Creok. Cherokee. and F eminols r e lorida Indian Wars of 1882 to 1.2. are entitled under a recent, ot. Bexritn War soldiers and their widows are also entitled, if sixty-two years of age or die hbled or dependent Old claims completed and settlement ob ilned whether pension has been granted ndet later laws or not. .ojeeted claims reopened and settlement oflained. if rejection improper or illegal Certifiantes of service end discharge obtained for soldiers and sailors of the late war wh have lost their original ptaLers Beed for laws and information No chasge for advie No fee unless successful Addreso, THE PRESS CLAIMS CO., JOHN WEDDERBURN, MANAGING ATTORNEY, KP.. 0. BOX 763. WASHINGION. . H. THE FASTEST TRAIN TO TH WORLD'S FAIR. Be sure and ask for your tickets via the Minneapolis & St. Louis Ry. "Albert Lea Route," the only line which will place you within 10 blocks of the World's Fair Grounds. Connections made at Engle. wood, thus avoiding long and tiresome rides from the city. Two magnificent trains run from St. Paul and Minneapo lis, passing through the heart of Iowa, and in close proximity to the U. 8.Arsenal at Rock Island and a grand view of the Lower Mississippi River. DON'T pay the same price and put up with inferior service. The.-.= `"ST. LouIS Is the Finest Train to AND PEORIA the South.-' SPECIAL" This is a solid train to St. Louis, i *i * making the run in 20 hours, and is the ONLY DINING CAR ROUTE. Direct Line to KANSAS OITY, ST. JOSEPH, ATOHIBON, ) ®) 0 LEAVENWORTH, OMAHA, OOUNOIL BLUFFS, end to LINOOLN, Neb., TOPEKA, DENVER, eta. Comleeks in Union Depots, both at Chioago and SL Louis. FRE CHAIR AS Inquire for rates, tet., of your nearest TO CHI CARS O Ticket Agent, or write TO CHICAGO. C. M. PRATT, 0. T. & P. A., Minneapolis, Minm. W. H. TRUEBDALr, - ecKKIVE.