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PO R Used in Millions of Homes-40 Years the standard. A Pure Cream of Tartar Powder, Superior to every other known. Makes delicious cake and pastry, light, flaky biscuit, griddle cakes - palatable and wholesome. NOTE.-Avoid baking powders made from PRICE CWCER alum. They look like pure powders, PRICE BAK.NG PCW ER CO. ;undl may raise the cakes, but alum cnHcAco. is a poisi.n and no one can eat food mixed with it without injury to health. the r ittts 1 t'1(.t In 1ý UýL n efricauVQ I':. ý ti t l: liii 1 I Li.t IUr i i"t. IL ti f V ii I (iranili , '....2.,'., Qn. r ) ' t1 t i.,,-J tt e. r I th in i o the Ap'j2 'U Lc "'La , ýý... I ... V.,.. . .. ' ", : ! :,. .i .,, I. . ! : .. .. i.: i, , , :. . i r-. , ý. v'r. :, r" i t ?;,n d c h c a tet , ," he herls,: G o r se S i d- our otlie and t -' ont t ,i 1tr 118n , ,t norn of w ,ll _ f .'reF 1))t' in 1'ilinslhe rg. Such " ii' p i ;r lti hlerald it 1)O ' shill. * * i, L(. '. c' d a rtey co Tnim and y extend * \; Iu l unlarity. Styles dittfer but in 9 /, ; , n dIr work our Troy style has the E-- ' 1 LJJ s, l R `If , t1 )Jcil t, i'Itiliis.iH urg. - de td a cld for vei y Tueido v and r * C delivered not later than Saturday. j GROCERIES I DRY GOODS, HARDWAREI Ye S allas Cheat as 1nirh rly Prices Cnimpare wilh ielena g ' iy imr-mJ ý1nratr cr: gn:ýyx mJge ngtr Fr u r:ýrr~ieyr r'i" ixi ''(P ) r --d 94°r hil: If'tI t lS W ill readily disappear v niXn \ViDib Hiazel Salve. , (ilt i( Ur ,11 l erfeits. If you lrt I.l tts yu'n 'ill get ttor (l1 results. It - thi q( ijl. t l issitive (ire for piles. .l1. 1E. I,(. Co.. ('atmpl ell Drug Co. :ilhl .,l r., i \.WalRer (Conu ereili (.' . ( ' i . LOCAL BREVITIES McKihhbin Hats-Giordon .: Levin. * Dr. Power office McLeod & Doe bh.ck * John Rod:da was in from R:ck creek Monday on business. Dr. Gcen. r. Graven was up from Drumnlloud Tuesday on business. Order your grass seed, seed cheat and o.ts of J. W. Morse, upper Broadway. * Rev. H. G. Walkeflield and Dr. E i". Conynghanl visited Princeton last Tiues dlay. Krocer's bottlh d beer ý.1.00 per case. delveretd to any part in Phiiipsburg and Granite. * Mrs. Owen McBride and Mrs- Sam Arthnu of Granite visited in the city lanst Saturday. Albert Prank, represnting the Ana conda Standard, was a visitor in the city several days this week. Mrs A. J. McKenna and Miss Lorn MeKenna of Drunmmond are guests at he Biinkin.--- Standard. Dr. Peter S. Mnusigbrod came up from Garnet Motiday o, business, returning again the following morning. Order your ice at Kroger's brewery. Refrikerators tilled regunlarly. Special rates to ice consumers for the season. * Cofinty Treasurer and Mrs. O. F. Featbieri;an returned Monday froma the vallah. where I hey had been visiting over Sundiy. McKibbin Hats-For good dressers. * J. IB. Featherman of Drununmmond, chair man of the board of county commissio uers, was in the city 'Tuesdlay evening on business. W. .J. Kelley left Wednesday to do soime development work on soind of his Quan'tz claims on Gird creek, near Stone Station. Sarhdle-horses. plick-horses and work horses for sale. Also horses brought in frou-- the ranie for owaners. Leave word at The Mai'd ollice. Jack Ward is receiving congratula tiii upon the birth of a fine 10 pound boy at his -horme. Everybody concernedt is doing welL ---Standard. Part of thIe Dima-tallia mill was shut down Monday for the purpose of inak ing somei necessary repairs. The shut down waill be nuily of short du-ration. I,'-Kibbijl Hats- Bankrrs wear 'em. * Mrs. J. D. Kennedy left Tuesday morn ins for her former home in Amery, Wis. Mr3. Kennedy was called home on ac count of the seri-ous illness of her mother. Try the new remedy for costiveness, Chauiterlain's St: oach and Liver Tab lets. Every lox guaranteed. Price 25 cents. For sale by M. E. Doe & Co.. Druggists. S Grading was commenced this week at thi Granite concentrator, which is to be considerably enlargedr. nprovements about the mnill are also being contemula oe by the company. Mrs. G. B Ballard and niece MissMaud Pennell and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hall were visitors at toe Porter ranch on East Fork of Rock creek Sunday. Miss Pen nell remained lthere and will tea h the Rock creek school. McKibhin Eits--Correcrt stles. * 3Jopelh A. Hyde has rented the stor - room in the Hyie block ' Ih is ,ilv to Butte parties. 1who ill open a stc)k if clothinig end turni.'- ini' go ils thi're in the nac r future. The neo store' is to be a )per'mnelnt midition to o'r city. You are mic) moire !i.ile to d''ease ',1 ur lin loro :: o 'l i)oweels do n' act iropery. 1·' l'. Lit.l I E.arl I sers r' .ov'e thie c ':'...ce I' th 'i as. . Doe .- . (an pll Driug 0 '. ! i( li harg amdl V alk r Ce n ni rc i C.., l r' ite. .I'. c ibi . t e t. - )1 - to 1 no0w. .1 h1T Judge rt .lr F. Inner his week ',," ht l'h (I r :.it. li-.ryv stn !e , - tl ra Lnr ?i Bil d & (-ill.. Tohe ,i, se:.ired r_. anid h(re titn anl will lirat'after (:r'v the ['il0. Thie new propn tors t:-nelol h(ugr' eo the businle:sla-t Mon v. 't hle illi iia t paid was V 1 -it ,. 1 rrn.rt s . n.0 D'rcnt this we.ek that ftnrin t he .i tlocal iei'irhl woildI again ui):):_n,' tin)) so as to have it remain over 1,.;i in )ruiurn nd irnstead of Piilips li'ur r. oAgent iJohnson iinfort ; rs:; that li 0 i n knowledge ofl suh a c'hange 1oin0e co templated by his compoany and thbit i'et talk was probably the source of the 'r'.o)rt. If p1R1p only knew what r.e kinow abot.i K)iol Dyspepsia Cure, it iw 'li be ttsea in nearly every household, as there arc few teolie who do not sntier from a feeling 1f fullness after eating, belching, flatulence. sonr 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., Philipsbnrg, and Walker Commercial Go., Granite. John Gher s of Deer Lodge was a visi torin the city 'Tuesday. Mr. Gherts is one of the old timers and substantial citi zens of Deer Lodge County. He is the proprietor of the Deer Longe cash gro cery and recently bonght out the Higgins wholesale merchantile house at Deer Lodge which has been doing business in this vicinity selling Schlitz beer Mr. Gherts' visit was in connection with this branch of his business. This was his first visit to this vicinity in a good many years and he seemed quite favorably im pressed with Philipsburg and Granite and the present outlook of the Flint Creek district. Billiousness is is a condition character ized by a distu hbance 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. T'ry them and you are (certain to be much pleased with the result. For sale by M. E. Doe & Co., Druggists. * They Work While You Sleep. While your mind and bodtly rest Cas caret's Candy Cathartic repair your digestion, your liver, your bowels, put thlr iin ecrfect order. (enuine tabletn :stamp,:;l C, C. (. Never sold int bulk. All druggists, roc. J. A. Gillis was in the city Tuesday on I bnsiness. L. F. Fleischer, firstclass pain'er and paper hanger. Sutter street. *_ Mr. and Mrs. John Bray of lower \il low creek were visitor. in the city Jlon day. Horses pastured. $1..0) per month. Five miles ,outh of Philipsburg. John 1W. McBee. Mrs. WV. S. Campbell went to Stone Monday to visit her mother, Mrs. D. Bryne, for several days. Arthur P'ugh. representing the Mont ana Marble Works. of Helena, :pent a few days in the city in the interest of his house. If you want to buy a saddle-horse, pack-horse or a work-horee, or want horses brought in from the range, call a; The Mail office. * Thos. Dyar, financial secretary of the Granite Miners' Union. was in the city Monday afternoon on business pertain ing to his office. Robert Blum, a son of Brewmaster George Blnm, arrived Saturday from Salt Lake City, Utah, and has accepted a position at Kroger's brewery. Hans Lnthje and bride arrived last Saturday from Omaha, where they had been visiting for several weeks past. On Monday Mr. Luthje took his bride to her future home on Willow creek. Arthur Crowlev. youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Crowlev, stepped upon a nail last Monday while playing in their backyard. The nail punct:l:red the shoe and penetrated the foot, making a very painful wound. The Granite Miners' Union is com mencing to make prepara' ions for their annual celebration on June 13th. The festiveties will probably again be held at the Granite pleasure gronnds, but the exact program has not yet been decided upon. The advertising car of the Campbell Bros. circus was here over Sunday and a crew of expert bill posters were engaged in billing this city and Granite. Eviden ces of their skill may be seen on every old building or fence in this vicinity. The circus will be here Monday, June 3d. 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 cored him. M. E. Doe & Co.. Campbell Drug Co.. Philinsburg, and Walker Commercial Co.. Granite. James Jennings of Granite left Wed nesday morning for Helena. where he will visit several days. On Monday next he will be joined by Mrs Wm. Will onhby and family and Henry Lewnev of Granite and the party will thein leave together or atrip toEngl'.nd. Mr. Lew ney goes to his old home on the Isle of Man. "Our little "irl was unconscious from strangulaltion during a sudden and ter rible attack of croup. I quickly secured i bottle of One Minute Cough Cure, giv ing her three does. The croup was con quered and our little darling speedily re covered." So writes A. L. Spatford, Chester, M'ich. M E. Doe & Co., Camp bheil Dru Co.. Phil psburg. and Walker Commercial Co, (ranite. r The Granite publi school closed today. An interestine program has been arrang ed for the conmercement and the exer cises will be held this evening. Miss M. (. Ryan, Conln y Snperiitendent of schools, will present the diplaoins. The graduates are Sarah Thomes, Harry Kent, Annie \Wiegerstein. Henry Wie enstein, Hattle Divel, Leila Shearer and WVillie Sarch was minde last Friliv on George town f!ats or th, remains of the ian who is snllpos,'d o have 1eein m ordered there last sun mmer. Fior deputy sheriffs ealne over L'imi Anaonda and thev were join I eI on tie :Lat:; ,v Underebt:riff Kennedy' fromi thi;ý ,ity. They lookl the f-!it; lndl w',ods ir, r in the vic>ini:v where the out fit :utl bo,,n cms'p'l but the .sareh prll or ed uit snlic-esfil. Thi' effort to lindl the remain:; will p ir:.lhly e rueicvad. Every prosii.'ctr shlould he famili:tr with the chante:;s eadi hvby the left lecis lature in the law go'verning mining lioa tions. Thi- \llil hats just tnurned out a lot of I'e'tion lainks which conform with this law. Tihe law as amiended is printed on the back of every localion notice, also full direetioin how to make a valid loca tion. .\ ny prospector desiring one of these for his guidance can have one free by appylin at The Mail office. Alf., . ,Jose and family of Granite left llMonda:y for Soittlie, \l'ash. Mr. Jose will leave his family there during the sumnmer while he goes to Cape Nome. The Jose brothers have some good pro perty up there and look forward to a remunerative season. Thos. Jose. l:he younger brother, has been to Nome for several seasons and has their ground up there well prospected and in shape for mining, and the boys expect to make their work count this summer. You'll Laugh 'Till Your Sides Ache. When you see those twelve funny clowns of every nationality in their latest songs and performances. They are with Campbell Bros. this season and will be in Philipsburg on Monday June 3d. Notice. Decoration Day will be observed in New Uhicago on May 30th at 2 p. r. Miss Perro, Miss Dingwall and Miss Williams, with their pupils, will render an appropriate program in MoPhail's hall. Everybody come. Rev. A. H. Morton. 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 cold 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. To the Traveling Public. The McDonald Steamboat Co. have placed the new steamer, "The Spokane," in service between Coeur d'Alene City and St. J. River points. boat will make round trips, leaving Coeur d'Alene City' Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays and returning on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, Connect with Spokane train bouh ways. Hates: Coeur d 'Alene to St. Mary's $1.50. round trip 82.50; Coeur d'Alene to Ferrell's $.75 round trip 3.C0 Sunday excnrions figured on. C S.Fee, G. P. A. SUNDAY AT THE CHURCHES. Catholic Church. Sunday-school at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon. Methotdist Church. Sunday is Memori i1 Day. A serm' n at thde sorning service appropriate for the day will be delivered. You are cord ially invited. Granite-Preaching service in the evening. J. A. Smith, Pastor. Eplacopa. Church. St. Andrew's church, Philipsburg, mornlnu 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. nl. St. Peter's church, Granite. even ng 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. Presbyterian Church. Preaching every Sunday morning at 11 o'clock and every alternate Sunday even ing at 8 o'clock. Y. P. S. O. 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-Preach ng every alternate Sunday at 8 o'clock. Sunday-school every Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. James B. Butter, Pastor. Artistic oil painting. Call at the resi c.ence of L. F. Fleischer, Sutter street. * MIcKibbin Hats--Boston Store. * Ice! Ice!! Ice!!! The purest and best icein Philipsburg. Kroger's brewery. For Rent. First-class furnished rooms. Inquire at Orr's residence. For Rent. A good cabin in rear of Boyd's meat market: $4.00 per month. Inquire at postoffice. * Lots for Sale. In Rosalind addition to Philipshurg, S25 to t40 each. For information ad dress J. C. Stahlmau, Philipsbure, in care of Mail office. . For Sale or Trade. A wall-bred, two-year-old stallion; dark iron grey; fifteen and a half hands high; weight, a thousand pounds or more. For particulars, call on or address Thomas C. Irvine, Philipsburg, Montana. For S.le. Five-room dwelling; plastered throngh-. oat; good celler water eto; modern in ci ery respect. Three lots all fenced; good out - buildings. One of the choicest resideice properties in Plhilipsburg. For particu lars inquire of Mrs. F. D. Sayrs, Philip: burg, Mont. Notlee of Loss. Lost-Certiticate No. 4,056. dated Jan nary. 1887. for 50 shares of stock in the itranite Mountain Mining Co. in ntat me of Mrs. Adaline D. Lamtpton has been lost Not ice is hereby given that I have applied to the above naitoed company for a new certificate therefor. 15 9t Adenknoph, 01ney, Ill. hlatch for 'Sale. 160 acres, (i't miles from Philipsb'urn, on Drunnlinllod r'oa: 80 . C;re of bot'tonl laund, all fenced; good buildings: also wagonll, mowerl', rake anlld other ilniple ments-all in t:rst-class repair. -Will sell at a bargain. For particeulrs otquire at the ranch or ath ross. lat rick Longhrlin, Phili--sbrue. Montana. ,elstic [Riteinatismt Cii1ted At'ter F.l" urt n.-, i Years of tufl'erin. "I have been afflicted with scia ie rheurnatisnt for fourteen years," sa s Josh Edgar, of (4ermantown, 'al. "I was able to be around but constantly suffered. I tri,,d everythinig I coaldt think of and at las" wa. t lld to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm, which I did and was immediately reiheved ind 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., Druegists. Educate Your Bowels With Ciascarets. Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forever 1Oc, 25c. If C. . C., fail, druggists refund money N 'E . TOBACCO SPIT Sand SMOKE Your Lifeawayl Pon can be cured of any form of tobacco usingg asily, be made well, strong, magnetic, full of tew life and vigor by taking NO-TO-BAO, hat makes weak men strong. Many gala en pounds in ten days. Over 500,000 ured. All druggists. Cure guaranteed. Book et and advice FREE. Address STERLING EEMEDY 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. McCLEES, THE JEWELER '4441 44 4 4 44l, "THE MAIL" IS THE COUNTY AND CITY OFFICIAL PAPER You Must Have It In Order to Keep Posted. Look Up Our Premium Offer. From Washington How a Little Boy Was Saved. Washington, D. C.-" When our boy was about 16 months old he broke out with a rash which was thought to be measles. In a few days he had a swelling on the left side of his neck and it was decided to be mumps. He was given medical attendance for about three weeks when the doctor said it was scrofula and ordered a salve. He wanted to lance the sore, but I would not let him and continued giving him medicine for about four months when the hunch broke in two places and became a running sore. Three doctors said it was scrofula and each ordered a blood medicine. A neighbor told me of a case somewhat like our baby's which was cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla. I decided to give it to my boy and in a short while his health improved and his neck healed so nicely that I stopped giving him the medicine. The sore broke out again, however, whereupon I again gave him Hood's Sarsaparilla and its persistent use has accomplished a com plete cure. I do not think there will be even a scar left. I cannot speak too highly of Hood's Sarsaparilla and I rec ommend it everywhere I get a chance." MaR. NETTIE CHASE, 47 K St., N. E. Like Magic. "A complication of troubles, dys pepsia, chronic catarrh and inflam mation of the stomach, rheumatism, etc., made me miserable. Had no appetite until I took Hood's Sarsapa rilla, which acted like magic. I am thoroughly cured." N. B. SEELEY, t874 West 14th Ave., Denver, Col. If you have failed to get relief from other remedies try Hood's Sarsapa rilla. It cures when all others fail, because it is Peculiar to Itself. Whooping Co igh. A woman who has had experience with this disease. tells how to prevent any dangerous consequencees from it. She says: Our three children took whooping cough last summer, our baby boy being only three a.onths 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 yous order with The Philipsburg Mail. * Buy your Groceries " OF o a1. Chas. A. Wilson Flour $2.00 to $3.25 Buckwheat and Whole Wheat Flour il ti it l l s, Teans 50U to it, Coffee 15e to -4e, Oranges and ,Lemr ons, Bananas and Apples, Seeds and Vegetables, Rope (Manila and isal) A share of your trade solicited. BROADWAY, HILIPSBURGs . Van's ---Cafe The Only First Class Short Order House in the City, OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Rear of L. N. Van Vranken, Campbell & Mc Uonaid's, 'Burg Proprietor.