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cream FOR a third of a century the in valuable qualities of Dr. Price's Baking Powder have been familiar to American housewives, who have found its use invariably a guarantee of light, sweet, pure and wholesome food. The renown of Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder, in these closing years of the nineteenth century, is not only continental but world-wide. Its unequalled quali ties are known and appreciated everywhere. Always makes the perfect biscuit, cake and bread. PRICE BAKING POWDER CO., NOTE'-Baking powders made from alum and other harsh, caustic acids are lowelr in price, but CG ICAGO. inferior in work and injurious to the stomach. DeWitt's Little Early liisers search the remotest parts of the bowels and re move the impurities speedily with no discomfort. They iare famous for their efficacy. Easy to take, never gripe. MI. E. Doe & Co., Campbell lirug Co., Phil ipsburg, and Walker Conimercial Co., Granit. Satisfaction Iusures success in the grocery business, and tlat is the reason of our rapidly increasing bunsiness. We handle goods of the best unality and sell them at prices that are always satisfactory Apples, Oranges, Lemons and Bananas Depend on their quality. \r, have the very best. Try them Canned Fruits, Meats and Vegetables Shonld be the best. Customers say ours are the finest and cheapest We carry a full line of all kindis of groceries. LOur goods are always stritly pure and fresh. Ronmember, we satisfy everyone HUFFMAN, The Grocer "SAMPý 8P9 oFo IANDIWORK I DEMONSTRATE THI SUPER- s r- - ,...iority of the Missoula Laundry. You11 find them in our office and * also on the persons of scores of well y dressed people in Philipsburg. Such * people are the heralds of our skill. i - ?Thley cary the proof of it every where, and they confirm and extend our popularity. Styles differ, but in laundry wvork our Troy style has the call. :_E,- G. D, l , ACG.T, 1t Depot, 1'hlieshurg 7 - Goods called for every Tuesday and r co T delivered not later than Saturday. * NEW CHICAGO DRUMMOND J.A. & J. B. FEATHERlAN, -DEAL.aE BD Z . IN. - SGROCERIES I DRY GOODS, HARDWARE, Wle Sell as Chean as lAnlgbod Prices Compare with Helen a i~ ~ rp~nlppjr q~c'Wrgý " : T'gj '-1ý "' . r' rurip["'rg"·J"' ·jýj rrP pqýw'larr 7 Qr'p Skin affections will readily disappear by using DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Look out for counterfeits. If you get DeWitt's you will get good results. It is the quick and positive cure for piles. M. E. Doe & Co., Campbell Drug Go., Philipsburg. and Walker Commercial Co.. Granite. LOCAL BREVITIES W McKibbin Hats-Universal favorites.* Dr. Power office IMcLeod & Doe blhck A. 1). Frazer of Hall was a visitor in the city last Saturday. Mrs. E. H. Ryan is over from Butte visiting her mother, Mrs. Blair King. Order your grass seed, seed wheat and oats of J. W. Morse, upper Broadway. *" McKibbin Huts---Warranted. * K. C. Smith was over from Anaconda Monday, returning the followi_ g day. For Sale-A No. 1 spring wagon and set of double harness. John Neu. * County Attorney D. M. Durfee visited his family in Missoula over Sunday. Douglas Smith of Willow creek was a visitor in the city Saturday. Miss Hilda Noe is expected home from Chicago, Ill., about July 4th. Alderman F. M. Nowak was a visitor at Georgetown Flats Sunday. Dr. William Ray was a visitor in Miss onla over Sunday. Joseph A. Hyde came over from Deer Lodge Monday on business. He re turned to his home Wednesday morning. J. W. Hamilton has accepted a posi. tion as a teamster with the Bi-Metallic Mercantile Co. R. P. Parvin is again able to be about with aid of a cane after being laid up with rheumatism for several weeks. Mayor Chas. Boyd had a new sidewalk laid in front of his meat market on Broad way during the week. Mir. and Mrs. N. Luthje spent last Fri day in the city and witnessed the Red Men's parade in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Ballard and son, Walter, visited in the lower valley Mon day. Miss H. A. Wick, the professional nurse, is visiting at the home of Douglas Smith on Willow creek. David Jankower, the representative of the American Gem syndicate, snent sev eral days in Butte this week on business. Order your ice at Kroger's brewery. Refrigerators filled regularly. Special rates to ice consumers for the season. * Born--In Granite, Montana, Tuesday, May 14. L901, to Mr. ai:d Mrs. Fred J. Kramer, a 1012 pound son. D. Charest, one of our fornaer mer chants, came over from Butte last Sat urday and visited here over Sunday. J. H. Loomis is doing some carpenter work at the R. D. McRae ranch near Stone. McKibbin Hats--Wear like iron. * C. L. Gildersleeve, the popular Gran ite merchant, was a visi or in the city Tuesday. Fred Castle has returned from Ana conda, where he had been employed for some time past. Horses pastured. 1.530 per month. Five miles south of Philipsburg. John W. McBee. * .Lnerva, andi her attendants, Colum bia, and her dependents, will be ready 'o receive at the Firemens' hall on May 21. Prof. G. H. Westphal returned Sun day from Anaconda, where he had been on business. A social dance w:;s given at Mrs. Elphison's boarding house in Kirkville last Monday evening. J. E. Hartley was up from Drummond last Friday evening and attended the Red Men's ball. McKiobin Hats-Keep their color. W. H. McWilliams returned last Sat urdlay from Seattle, where he had been on business for several months past. Mrs. E. McDonel, the milliner, spent several days in Granite this week on business. If you want to buy a saddle-horse, pack-horse or a work-horse, or want horse. brought in from the range, call at The Mail office. Percy Train, representing the West ern Mininig World, of Butte, spent sev eral days in the city this week in the in terests of that popular publication. A meeting of the directors of the Coin bination Mining and Milling Co. was held in the office of the company at Combination yesterday. E. R. Kennedy of Butte was in the city several days this week on a visit to his brother, Under Sheriff J. D. Ken nedy. Miss Maund Pennell arrived yesterday from Radersburg, Mlont., and will visit here for some time with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Ballard. Miss Pennell will teach the Porter school on upper Rock creek this summer. You are much more liable to d;sease when your liver and bowels do not act properly. DeWitt's Little Early Risers remove the cause of the disease. M E. Doe & Co., Campbell Drug Co., Philipsburg, and Walker Commercial Co., Granite. * M. Farrington has been interviewing the business men on Broadway during the week with a street sprinkling prop osition. He secured a fair list of sub. scribers and will probobly start his sprinkhng wagon about the 1st of June and continue for three months. McKibbin Hats-Hold their shape.* James Dissett this week bought the Wm. Moiles ranch of Joseph A. Hyde. The property is a 100-acre tract of land near and adjoining the cemetery. The purchase price was $500. Mr. Dissett will commence fencing the place at once. He intends to plow about 20 acres yet this spring and put in a crop of oats. Billiousness is a condition character ized by a disturbance of the digestive organs, The stomach is debilitated, the liver torpid, the bowels constipated. There is a loathing of food, pains in the bowels, dizziness, coated tongue and vomiting, first of the undigested or part ly digested food and then of bile. Cham berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets allay the disturbances of the stomach and create a healthy appetite. They also tone up the liver to a healthy action and regulate the bowels. Try them and you are certain to be much pleased with the result. For sale by M. E. Doe & Co., Druggists. * Health for 10 Cents. A lively liver, pure blood, clean skin, bright eyes, perfect health Cascarets Candy Cathartic will ob tain and secure them for you. Genu ine tablets stamped C. C. C. Never sold in bulk. All druggists, Ioc. McKibbin Hats--Gordon & Levin. " W. T. Hull of Rock creek was in the city Monday on btsiness. County Attorney D. M. Durfee went to Butte yesterday on legal business. G. S. Williams and John H. Harding fished on Autelope last Sndray with fair success. Krocer's bottled beer w' 001 per case. delivered to any part in Philipsburg and Granite. " Civil Engineer George W. Wilson is executing some surveys on Georgetown Flats. He is assisted by T. J. Crowley and Harry Morgan. Dr. H. H. Swain, president of the State Normal School of Dillon, was a vis itor in the city for several days this week. Mrs. Jennie Porter of Rock creek visit ed friends in the city several days this week. .Trs. R. P. Kyle and children and Miss L. Dameron left yesterday morning for Anaconda, their future home. Dr. E. F. Couyngham was called to Princeton Wednesday to attend the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Lind, who had the misfortune to break a leg. A. A. McDonald left Wednesday morning to visit his ranch on lower Wil low creek, and from there he may go to Butte on business. Saddle-horses, pack-horses and work horses for sale. Also horses brought in from the range for owners. Leave word at The Mail office. * William Shuh was a visitor in Missoula over Sunday. Mr. Shuh has placed his four children in the care of the sisters there to be educated at the acada'my. Miss Emma Hynes went to Butte Wed nesday to visit her sister, Miss Kate. and her Uncle and Aunt, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Harrington. Joe C. Bradshaw was up Wednesday from Sunrise, where he is now employed. He returned to his work yesterday morn ing. Dr. E. F. Conyngham and Attorney W. L. Brown were visitors at Georgetown Flats Tuesday and took photographs of the dam and works of the Electric Power Crnnanv. Frank Beley was quite seriously hurt in the Hope mill Tuesday noon while en gaged in adjusting a belt tightener. He was struck on the left cheek bone by the loose pulley, inflicting a painful wound. Try the new remedy for costiveness, Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab lets. Every box guaranteed. Price 25 cents. For sale by M. E. Doe & Co., Druggists. * It is said that the Red Men will have charge of the Fourth of July celebration this year. Judging from the exhibition last Friday evening the Fourth of July program will be a good one. Alderman F. A. Beley enjoyed a visit from his brother, Frank, of Livingston over Sunday. Mr. Beley is the present sheriff of Park county. He returned to his duties Monday morning. Yesterday was Ascension day a holiday generally observed by the Catholic and Episcopal churches. Rev. H. G. Wake field held services appropriate to the oc casion in St. Andrew's Episcopal church in this city at 11 a. in. J. H. Ortman after spending a week in Philiipsburg attending to business matters for the Cresent gold miningCo., operating on Stony creek, left Tuesday morning for his home in Ann Arbor, Mich. Julius Weigenstein or Granite went to Basin Tuesday to attend the funeral of his brother, Frank, who died in Califor nia, where he had been for his health. The remains were shipped to Basin for burial. R. K. McKenzie a nephew of J. R. Mc Kenzie the transfer man left yes erday t morning for Seattle where he will join M. S. Morrison and together the will em bark for Alaska to seek their fortunes in the Cape Nome gold fields. Dr. S. A. Brown returned Monday from a business visit to Helmvllle and the Nevada valley. This was the doc tor's first visit to Helmville and he was - agreeably surprised by its beautiful homes and surroundings. The doctor states that Nevada valley is one of the prettiest valleys he has ever seen. Mrs. Minnie Erickson writes from t Lucas, Iowa, that while with its numer ous fruit trees in full bloom Iowa pre sents a very pretty appearance, yet Mon tana is still very dear to them with all of Sits snow and frost. She states that her little daughter, Lela, says Montana is the best place anyhow. Mrs. Erickson de sires to be remembered to all her friends. 1 Mrs. Minnie Perkins and T. F. Fin negan went to Missoula Tuesday morn i ing and were married there on the fol lowing day. Mr. Finnegan is a carpAn ter employed at the Hope mine. t For the present Mr. and Mrs. Finnegan will make their home in Philipsburg, but later on may go to Oklahoma Terri tory, where Mr. Finnegan owns a ranch. Mr. W. J. Baxter of North Brook, N. C., says he suffered with piles for fifteen years. He tried many remedies with no results until he used DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve and that quickly cured him. s M. E. Doe & Co., Campbell Drug Co., e Philipsburg, and Walker Commercial Co., Granite. * McKibbin Hats--Boston Store. * a J. A. Spencer was quite seriously hurt last Saturday while driving a wagon into I his ware-house. The enterance is not of e sufficient height and when the wagon t came under it Mr. Spencer was brushed from the seat. He was considerably t bruised about the chest and had to be taken to the home ot his son in a wagon. He was under the care of a physician for several days but is again able to be about. e "Our little girl was unconscious from s. trangulation during a sudden and ter e rible attack of croup. I quickly secured a bottle of One Minute Cough Cure, giv ing her three doses. The croup was con quered and our little darling speedily re s covered." So writes A. L. Spafford, h Chester, Mich. M. E. Doe & Co., Camp y bell Drug Co., Philipsburg, and Walker n Commercial Co., Granite. * h Lots for Sale. l In Rosalind addition to Philipsburg, $25 to $40 each. For information ad - dress J. C. Stahlman, Philipsburg, in care of Mail office. Educaete Your Bowels With Caeasreta. Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forever. SOc, 25c. It C.0. C, fail, druggistsrefund money. For Rent. A good cabin in rear of Boyd's meat r market; $4.O0 per month. Inquire at postoffice. Hans Luthje is expected home within a few days, accomp.inied by his bride. Mr. Luthje left here last fall to visit his former home ii, Holstein., Germany. It was whispered among some of his friends at the time that he would bring back a wife when he returned, but others who had known him a long time b-elieved Mr. Luthje a confirmed bachelor-by far too modest to ever marry; but like others have done before him he fell a victim to women's fascinations and became a bene dict. He was married several months ago in Germany, and, with his bride is, now on his way to Monntana. Mr. and Mrs. Luthje were in Omaha when last heard from. visiting relatives, and are expected home now most any day. SUNDAY AT THE CHURCHES. Catholic Church. Sunday-school at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon. Methodist Church. Preaching morning and evening at the usual hours. Sunday-school at 10 a. m. Epworth League in the evening. The subjects for Sunday evenings are as follows: May 19th, "The Saloon Ele ment-Foes of Society;" June 2nd, "The Saloon-Keeper;" June 16th, "Wise Men who Play the Fool;" June 30th, "Self Denial;" July 14th, "Sold Out for Eter nity." The public is cordially invitel to these services. Rev. J. A. Smith, pastor. Episcopal Church. St. Andrew's church, Philipsburg, mornming prayer and sermon every Sun day at 11 o'clock, except on third Sunday in the month, then service will be at 8 p. m. Holy Communion the first Sun day in the month. Sunday-school at 10 a. m. St. Peter's church, Granite, even nu prayer and sermon every Sunday at 8 o'clock except on third Sunday in the month, when there will be Holy Com munion at 11 a. m. Sunday-school at 3. p. m. Service at Granite next Sunday, May 19th, in the morning at 11 o'clock. At Phihpsburg in the evening at 8 o'clock. Presbyterian Church. Preaching every Sunday.mornmng at 11 o'clock and every alternate Sunday even ing at 8 o'clock. Y. P. S. C. E. every Sunday evening at 7 o'clock. Sunday school every Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. Prayer meeting and bible study on Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Granite-Preaching every alternate Sunday at 8 o'clock. Sunday-school every Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. James B. Butter, Pastor. No Loss of Time. I have sold Chamberlain's Colic, Chol era and Diarrhoea Cure for years, and would rather be out of coffee and sugar than it. I sold five bottles of it yester day to th: eshers that could go no farther, and they are at work again this morning. -H. R. Phelps, Plymouth, Oklahoma. As will be seen by the above, the thresh ers were able to keep on with their work without losing a single day's time. You should keep a bottle of this remedy in your home. For sale by M. E. Doe & Co., Druggists. Ice! Ice!! Ice!!! The purest and best ice in Philipsburg. Kroger's brewery. If people only knew what we know about Kodol Dyspepsia Cure, it would be used in nearly every household, as there are few people who do not suffer from a feeling of fullness after eating, belching, flatulence, sour stomach or water-brash, caused by indigestion or dyspepsia. A preparation such as Kodol Dyspepsia Cure, which, with no aid from the stom ach, will digest your food, certainly can't help but do you good. M. E. Doe & Co., Campbell Drug Co., Philipsburg, and Walker Commercial Co., Granite. * For Rent. First-class furnished rooms. Inluire at Orr's residence. Sciatic Rheumatism Cured After Fourteen Years of Suffering. "I have been afflicted with sciatic rheumatism for fourteen years," says Josh Edgar, of Germantown, Cal. "I was able to be around but constantly suffered. I tried everything I could think of and at last was told to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm, which I did and was immediately relieved and in a short time cured, and I am happy to say it has not since returned." Why not use this liniment and get well? It is for sale by M. E. Doe & Co., Druggists. McKibbin Hats-Business men. DO II TOBACCO SPIT SJI* 1V and SMOKE Your Lifeawayl You can be cured of any form of tobacco using easily, be made well, strong, magnetic, full of new life and vigor by taking MO-TO-BA., that makes weak men strong. Many gain ten pounds in ten days. Over 500,000 cured. All druggists. Cure guaranteed. Book let and advice FREE. Address STERLING REMEDY CO.. Chicago or New York. 437 NOT A POCKET PIECE BUT A TIME PIECE WE HAVE A FEW DOZEN WATCHES AT PRICES THAT WILL INTEREST YOU., TH J L McCLEES, THE JEWELER "THE MAIL" IS THE COUNTY AND CITY OFFICIAL PAPER You Must Have It In Order to Keep Posted. Look Up Our ,Premium Offer. in the Spring When we would like to feel strong, vigorous and ambitious, we are weak, tired and dull; appetite Take is poor, food is not relished, sleep does not seem to refresh, we go to bed tired and get up tired. This Americars condition is because of thin, impure, sluggish blood which is unequal to the demands of the body Greatest for more life, vigor, energy, strength. Nature cries for help, and it is to be found in Hood's Sarsaparilla, the Spring great blood purifier, blood enricher, blood vitalizer. M-edicine Be sure to get Hood's, because it is Peculiar to Itself-and remember, also, "*· .5 Whooping Cough. A woman who has had experience with this disease. tells how to prevent any dangerous consequences from it. She says: Our three children took whooping cough last summer, our baby boy being only three mouths old, and owing to our giving them Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, they lost none of their plumpness and came out in much better health than other children whose parents did not use this remedy. Our oldest little girl would call lustily-for cough syrup between whoops.-Jessie. Pinkey Hall, Springville, Ala. This Remedy is for sale by M. E. Doe & Co., Druggists. For embossed stationery place your order with The Philipsburg Mail. Buy your Groceries . . OF * a Chas. A. Wilson Flour $2.00 to $3.25 Buckwheat and Whole Wheat Flour Jars and Jugs, Fruit Jars, Teas 50c to 7:)c, Coffee 15c to 40c, Oranges and Lemons, Bananas and Apples, Seeds and Vegetables, Rope (Manila and Sisal) A share of your trade solicited. BROADWAY, PHILIPSBURG. Van's - Cafe The Only First Class Shorts Order House in the City, OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Rear of L. N. Van Vranken, Campbell & Mc Donald's, 'Burg Proprietor.