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80VKMTHING FOR NOTHING USUALLY ASK YOU TO PAY 80METHLING FOR NOTHING W E ANNOT AFFORDI) TO)() 'DTIS AND) S1.I ply wish to notify the putblie that under the present manaye'nelit there will be a general re ariangenment of stocks in our innmmense establish einet and this necessitates more I n)m. TIo ())obtain t!his we offer B3ARGAINS in all departinents We are After the Trade We are Going to Get Trade And the simp,'e.. t way to g.et it is to make prices tl.ir will ill(n(e pr.)op:-p ctive luyers in Aroceries, larlware, Glothing, Shoes, Etl, TO LOOK OUR STOCK OVER AND GET OUR PRIC-S BEFORE PLACING THEIR ORDERSAa: c2i/meta/ic Ji ete aidc/e *6m/,"q We have secured the Hyde building, ad joininn. the Bimetallic store. where Mr. Harris will carry on a Rummage Sale and as some would term it, a Sale Extra ordinary. To appreciate what that is you must look in and see whac he has to offer. Sale opens Monday, June 10th. n mill i ' i~Pllm l % W A R .. (-.eurte bchalib, it \Wiel klnolW (;ieaalll citizetin ti New Ltbanon. Ohio, is a1 on -tant r.e:du r of the 1aytovn Vlksz itun. He knous that Ithis pap(er aims to ilver ti-ie o ly the i 0t1 i tt its ill iiius, and alwheu l. I, aw Chambierlain 's Pa;ml Balm :i'trtisied there in for tuie hiack. he did int hi'itatt in bn it.n bothtle I' it for itis witfe. \ho for tight weeks ihalt suf er in(t withl the mist terrible pain:. it her tack a, d c nul g.et no relief. He says: "After using It he Pain Bahn fr. a few lays my wife s.ad to e., '1 feeti as though horn anew'. andi before using the entire contentse of the bottle tt,- the nithear.ltle naics had entirely vanishlnu anltl she ci uld atmin tnake up her householi! diint ies." He is very thantkfull and htlopes that all sulfferinu htkewtis-e will hear of her wonfderful recovr... ' his valnuble Ulnlnliei: is [or saile y M. E. c&. & o. I)ur r 8ists. ltPhlllpsuiirg. Satisfaction Insures success in the grocery business; and that is the reason of our rapidly increasing business. We handle goods of the hist !nality and sell them at oices thal are always satisfactory Apples, Oranges, Lemons and Bananas Dependl n their quality. We have the very b.est. Try them Canned Fruits, Meats and Vegetables Should be the best. Customers say ours are the finest and chcapest We carry a full liHe of all kitlds of grocries. ()ur goods are always strictly pure and fresh. emember, we s'atisfy overyone HUFFMAN, The Groeer Ak t I Ak ,t s k k Ak z NEW CHICAGO DRUMMOND I 4 J. A. & J, 1. FEATHERIMAN, iGROCERIES DRY GOODS, HARDWARE. 4 as heaas nd Pries marewithHeena We Sell as heau as An lbcdl Prices Ccn jare with Heilena Mr. Jamn's Brown of Pntsmnouth. Va.. uver 1(9 years of age suffered for ysears withl a ad sore on his face. Physicians could not help hinm. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salse cured him permanently. M. E. Doe & Co., Campbell i'rug Co.. Philipsbhur, and Walker Commercial Co,.( iranite. J ud'e Najipton) 111 the .listrict court at Amnaconda list week granted the injunc tiin alplied for in tIhe case of William aiilace against L. J. Hendrickson. ''The case is one involil certlain water rights on ranches near New Chicago. The pl antiff alleges that the defendant has divieted certain waters that de, not be lo ig to himl, and is using them in such lnanner as to flood the defendant's 'ronlld, to the uIetrimtent of the crops. Tne iintjulinion irder is to c(',mpel the (..slation of these acts. A PURE CRi.PE CREAM OF TARTAR POWDER CREAM BAKING POWDIIR Highest Honors, World's Fair Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair Avoid Baking Powders containing alum. They are injurious to health LOCAL BREVITIES lc.Kibbin Hats---t.ordon & Levin. * Dan Arms caRme over from Helena to day. Dr. Power office McLeod & Doe bl rck * Hans Lnthje and wife spent Monday in the city. For embossed stationery place yoru order with The Philipsbnrg Mail. * The county comnmssioners have been in regular qnuarter! Eession this week. Kr,,er's bottle-d beer A'00 per case. delivered to any part in Philipsburg and Granite. * Attorney H. . Rodgers of Anaconda spent several days in the city this week on court busin:ess. H. G. Knnuret, ot the Call, intends to leave shortly on a several weeks' visit to Spokane and Portland. E:1il Meyer, th." sapphire expert from tht West Fork of Rock iceek. spent sev eral diys in the city this week. Mrs. G. J. Snooks re uredl to her home in Granite Suuniay aft er week's visit at lei Ridda ranch on R, ck creek. ()rder your ice at Krozer's brewery. t'efrigeratot's tillel re-ntlrly. Special rates to ice :iNisutllers for the senson. i" Howa rd Smi h returned home last week frctm Hetl na, hlre he had been attenit inl the ,h ontanu Wesleyan University. Carey Wrighlt, the mining expert, visited Bonita tnis week to msnke an ex amination of the Copper Cliff mine in lhat district. H. Ii. Camupblitle last Saturday sold all of his interests iit the property known as the Corner saloon in thia i'i'y o L. N. Van Vranken. Hadd'e-horsees. pack-h,,rses and work horses for sale. Also horses brought in fronm the rangell for owne"s Leave wird at The Mai( ,dtice. Jindge Napt on cane over from Ana tondit lait Satordlay, nocittmtattied by Conrt Stentitapher McGuinness. The June tertn of court lopened Miiiuiiay. 'Prof. and Mrs. A. W. Hamilton of Hutchinson, Kas.. accompanied by the r little soi. are in the city visiting Mrs. l!amiltoin' i mother anti sisters, Mrs. A. M. Clark and daughters. Nathan Levin, of the Boston S.ore, left Tuesday for Marysville to take charge of their branch st ore at that place. Mr. (ordiion, who has been at Marysville since early in Miay. returned home to Call at M. E. Doe & Co.'s drug store and get a ifrse sample of Chamnberlain's Stomach ai:d Liver Tablets. They are an elegant physic. They also improve the a;pe'tite, strenghten the digestion atl regulate the liver and bowels. They are easy 1t take and pleasant in effect. Danger. disease and death follow new lect of bowels. Use DeWitt's Little Early Risers to regulate them and you will and years to your life and life to your years. Easy to take, never gripe M. E. Doe & Co., Campbell Drug Co.. Philipsbnr.g. and Wallter Cmnonutrrei Co., (ranite. McKibbin Hats--)erby and Fedora. As provided by the new road law, the h IIard of county conlnissioners Ihis wieekl appoinuted the followin t'rustees who will hv(, chaorge of the public: highu:avs in Granite county: District No. 1-WIr ner Ziegler Albert Shnh. J. A. Gillis. District N. '?-D. H. Mellon Patrick McCarthy. R. M. Ander son, I ist.lint No. 3 Dr. Pete(r S. Mussiabrod, John Berg man, Johbn :\. Feathermnan. MoKi)bbin ilats--None hittt o mali,. "A few onmnthsago. ood which I ate for breakfast wo\nl nlo reialllt on niy stnmlch for half an hour. I use one bo~ le of your Kodol D :--'- .;,r Core nld can now eat my breakt t and other meals with a relish ani my fo d is thoronghly digested. Not bing eqn, lsKodol Dyspep sia (lore for stoT ach tr ubles' H. S. Pitts, Arl notton Tex. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you oat. M. E. Doe & Co., iampeItll Drug Co., Philipsburg, and Walker Commercial Co., Granite. : McKibbin H ats-Staple styles, too. Purity Lodge No. 10. I. 0. G. T., add ed five new names to its roll at a meet ing held on Thnrsdav evening of last week. The total membership now ex ceeds fifty and tl e orgai ,.,m ilon is in a flourishing condition. After the busi ness mneeting cli: el the ellllllers werei treated to ice cr-inim and cake. the cake being donated by Messrs. Malcolm Mc Donald and Alex. D. Mi.rray and the tw. cream by the ldies.--Pnritv Lodg.' meets low regularly in the old Firemen' hall on upper Broadway. Dyspeptics cannot be hlng lived beet use to live require: ninrlshmlont. F.,dKI is not,. nourishing until it is digested. A dis ordered stomach cannot digest food, it must have assistance. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests all kinds of food withont aid from the stomach, allosi ing it to rest and regain its natural functions. Its elements tire exactly the same as the natural diges tive fluids and it simply can't help but do you good. M. E. Doe & Co., Camp bell Drug Co., Philij sbnrg, and Walker Commercial Co., G(ranite. -* Six Million Boxes a Year. In i895, none; in I900, 6,000,000 boxes; that's Cascarets Candy Ca thartic's jump into popularity. The people have cast their verdict. Best medicine for the bowels in the world. All druggists, loc. M oKiobin Hats-Boston Store. R. I. Gillies was in from Rock creek Wednesday. Supt. D. H. Mellen was up fr om Sun rise Monday. J E. Bowen was in from up;per ,f1ii I creek Monday. David Jankower 1 ft Tuesday f,,r Hil ena on oulsiness. Louis Wic:kberg was up fro m Prie-n' ton Wednesday. 1 Douglas Smith was a visit`:- in he cit. last Saturday. Geo. A. Cook was up from Missoula1 several days this week. Mr.. S. L. Walker of Granite visited in tth- city Wednesday. Judge N. W. McConnell came over from Helena Wednesday. Theodore May returned last week from a several months' visit east. John Rodda of Rock creek spent say eral days this week in the city. S. M. C. Hughes and family of Hall were visitors in the city Monday P. A. Shilling of upper Rock creek was in the ci'y Wednesday on business. Nicholas Luthje and Louis Haspelt were in from Willow creek Tuesday. Reuben Conn was a visitor in the city last Monday from lower Willow creek. Duncan Campbell was a visitor in the city Wednesday from upper Trout creek. D)ommick Byrne was up from Stone Tuesday visiting his sister, Mrs. W. S. Campbell. Horses pastured. $1.50 per month. Five miles south of Philipsburg. John W. McBee. L. R. Hoss came over from Helena Monday to conduct his law suit against Granite county. Augus Smith. a prosperous rancher from lower Willow creek, was a visitor in the city Saturday. Steve lupper, a nminer employed in the Mammoth mine at Coloma, was in stantly killed by a cave Thursday night. L. C. Johnson was in the city from Georgetown for a short time Tuesday evening. He was en route to his ranch. The dining-room of the Grand hotel closed last Saturday, J. O. Newcomb, the proprietor, being unable to make it paY. A mass meeting will be held at the cnurt house this evening for the purpose of arranging for a Fourth of July celebra Miss M. I. Grant returned to her ranch in Flathead county last week, after an extended visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Grant, of Willow creelk. Strictly high grade pianos, hargain I,)ices. For anythmin you want min the nausie line, sheet music, strings. uitlars. mandolins write to Prof. Meyers. 114. \Vest Park Avenue. Anacotda. * C. A. Wilson on Tuesday 'eceir\d the a iI news or the death of his a other at Cnlro. Wis. t'ircn(ostances were such th:l Iwone of the Wilsoa hInrlhorr here were able to go east and att end the fun eral. Eczema, saltrheuin. tetter chlafeing. ivy poisoning and all skin tortures are qunirk ly cored by DeWitt's Witch Hazel. The c.-rrain pile cure. M. E. D,,e & Co.. (' ampbhell Drng Co.. Pnalipsbhurg and Walker Commercial Co. Granite. A surgical operation is not necessary tI, cure piles. DeWitt's Witch Hazel -alve saves all that. expense and never Sil-:. Beware of ,c',unterfeils. Mi. E. Doe & Co., Campbell Drug Co., Philius nutmr and Walker Commercial Ci,., Granite. The bilions, tired, nervous man cannot successfully compete kith his healthy rival. DeWitt's Little Early Risers the famous pills forcoustipatiou will remove the cause of your tronbles. M. E. Doe& Co., Camobell Drug Co., Plhilpsburg, and Walker Commercial Co., Granite. * David Jankower and associates have taken a bond on the Copper Cliff mine, near Bonita. The Copper Cliff is considered a good property and has been attract ing considerable attention of late. Mr. Jankower went to Missoula Tuesday to close the deal Work at the mine will be commenced at once. The Campbell Bros. circus gave gen ,ral satisfaction here Monday and .their xbibitions both afternoon and evening were well attended. The Campbell Bros. have a good show and the popular ver dict here is that, it t was the cleanest and Iest show of its kind that exhibited in Philipsburg in a long time. My little son had an attack of whooping cough and was threatened with oneumonia; but for Chamberlain's Cough Remedy we would had a serious time of it. It also s rved him from several se vere attacks of crntp ---H. J. Strickfaden, editor World.Herald, Fair Haven. Wash. For s li by M. E. Doe & Co., Druggists. * "The Doctors told me my cough was inunrable One Minnuto Cough Curemade me a well man." Norris Silver, North Stratford, N. H.-Be.ause you've not found relief from a stubborn couch, don't dlespair. One Minute Cough Cure has cured thousands and it will cure yon. Safe and sure. M. E. Doe & Co., Camp bell Dr g Co.. Philipsburg, and Walker Conmmercial Co., Granite" Every prospector should be 'amnliar with the changes made by the last legis lature in the law governing mining loca tions. The Mail has just turned out a lot of location blanks which conform with this law. The law as amended is printed on the back of every location notice,also full directions how to make a valid loca tion. Any prospector desiring one of these for his guidance can have one free by appyling at The Mail office. * You may as well expect to run a steam engine without water as to find an ac tive, energetic men with a torpid liver and you may know that his liver is torpid when he does not relish his food or feels ,hill and languid after eatmuc, often has headache and sometimes dizziness. A few doses of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets will restore his liver to its normal functions, renew his vitality. improve his digestion and make him feel like a new man. Price, 92. cents. Samples free at M. E. Doe & Co.'s drug store. * Following is a list of the jurors drawn for the June term: W. P. Carey, James Patten, J. E. Lindgren, Michael Mungas, J. S. Axtell, Thomas Rowbot ham. Valentine Jacky, John Rodda. L. Peterson, Joseph Sorenson, Henry Boge, F. A. Taylor. John McLeod, Nicholas Luthje, August Greenheck, Hans Lu thje. R. G. Harvey. F. H. Woodbury. Larkin E. Higley, John Kelleher, T. H. Kistle. John Rowe. D. A. McDonald, Dan West. Thomas Anderson. E. C. Lewis, Charles Martin, E. H. Smith, Nicholas Hoeg. James McGtowen, Otto Neubert, Iver Johnson, John Edwards, G. W.Morse, D. Daigle. Frank Johnson was up yes er:dy :rum Hall. T. S. M11eKay w . up from (Iarnt-t s.! eral dais this wteek. visiting his family. New a.vllinas have been put :iu at he Hiunetalliu liercantile Co's this wee!-. The Binietalic Mer,.u:,tile (o. haKt an ad'.v in thls isue ,f Tihe M:til. Llu.; it iup. (ceo O. Davis and family ave ,gu.le to New (hicltag:o to rviiain severs; month. C(,1. George WV. Morse of N.-w Chicago is in the city attending the distri:t court as a jUror. M s. A. C. Briggs and snu intend to leave shortiv for their fnrm er home ill P'ark City, Utah. C,,immlisioners J. B. Featherman atnd D.W. Hieunutssy came up from the valley kSnday to attend the regular session of the board. T. R. McKinley has resigned his posi tion with the Bimetallic Mercantile Co. in this city and intends to leave shortly for Spokane, Wash The county commissioners last Monday granted leave of absence to Coroner Getty, who had been out of the state without a permit from he hoard. Rev. J. B. Butter went to Drummond this morning to meet his sister-in-law. Mrs. J. L.Rawhonser, and son, of Lone Tree, Iowa. who will spend the summer here with Rev. and Mrs. Butter. The Bimetalho Mercantile Co. have secured the storeroom in the Hyde block, formerly occupied by John Neu's grocery. for the display of their bargains. All goods or wh ch they have an overstock will be placed in this department and marked away down. Manager Harris intends to have this department open for business some time next week. SUNDAY AT THIE CHURCHES. Catholic Church. Sunday-school at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon. Methodist Church. Next Sunday is Children's Day. In the morning a sermon to the children will be given. At Granite, Services in the evening. The sermon will be preached by the Rev. Mr. Giles. Epis opal Church. St. Andrew's church, Philipsburg, mornmng prayer and sermon every Snti day at 11 o'clock, except on third 8undla` in the month, then service will be at 8 V. mn. Holy Communion the first Sun day in the month. Sunday-school at 10 a. m. St. P. ter's church. Granite, even ng prayer and sermon every Sunday at 8 o'cli,.k except on third Sunday in the montl , when there will he Holy Com mlonion it 11 a m. Sniday-st.hool at 0. p. iu. Plresbyterian CIhiurch. Prut'c'hing 'i ry Sunday morning at 11 .o'c. l t n, -I nv, ry alternate Sunday even in, at tt o'l].k. V. P. S. C. E. evw'.rv Sitlayt evening at 7 o',lock. Sunoly school evvriv Sunday lmortijii rit t1 ,t'clcik Prayer meetinut and biblestud. on Wednle.tday evenit' at 8 o'cloc'k. (tranite-Prea,',b ..c every altern; te ,tinday at 8 o'clock. Sunday-school every .-iulnday afternoon at 3 o'click. James B. Butter. Pastor. '.e: li e!! lce!:: The purest Henl be-st iceiu Philipablr"' Kroger's brewer . * Filve Hl)ollars iteward, One' buckskin hoise. branded "hears' left thigh. Leave at Kennedy rantch on or 1+ ith Gea. T. Noble. Notice of Loss. Lost--Certificate No. 4,056. dated Jan uary, 1887, for 50 shares itf stock in th Granite Mountain Mining Co. in name of Mrs. Adaline D. Lampton hits been lost. Notice is hereby given that I h,'ve applied to the ,bov.- named company for a new certifeate therefor. 15.9t Adenknoph. Olney, Ill. Ranch tfor Sale. 160 acres, 6(i~~ miles from Philipsburg. on Drummond road; 80 acres of bottom land, all fenced; good buildings: also, wagon, mower, rake and other impl,' ments-all in first-class repair. Will sell at a bargain. For particulars nclquir , at the ranch or address. Patrick Longhrin, Phili-rsbruv. Montana. Educate Your Bowels With Cascarets. Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forever 1Oc, 25c. If C. O. C. fail, druggists refund money f I- TOBACCO SPIT - N 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 NO-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.. Chicano or New York. 437 Don't Overlook Our WINDOW DISPLAY MINERS' UNION WATCHI ON EXHIBITION L McCLEES THE JEWELER t, mCsI a 4C 44444$~c "THE MAIL" IS THE COUNTY AND CITY OFFICIAL PAPER You Must Have It In Order to Keep Posted. Look Up Our [Premium Offer. "Great Oaks From Little Acorns Grow." A single microbe contains the germ of the most malig nant maladies. The blood is the means by which microbes are sent on their deadly mis sion. Small at first, the mi crobe soon becomes a giant. Hood's Sarsaparilla is the arch enemy of all germs of whatever nature. Its small doses master these microbes by dissolvingand passingthem off as refuse of the system. Female Weakness-"I have had female 'weakness all my life and suffered day and night from headache. I have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla and am now strong again." Mrs. Gertie Landon, Harlem, Mo. Rheumatism - "If I have a touch of rheumatism, I take Hood's Sarsaparilla and it soon cures me. It is the best rem edy I know. of for that trouble." H. W. Hutchinson, Ne'wark Valley, N. Y. Neuralgia-"I took Hood's Sarsapa. rilla for neuralgia and in less than one month I was perfectly cured." Annie M. Luck, Benfer, Pa. Hood's Pills cure liver ills; the non-irritating and only cathartic to take with Hood's Saroaiarg!la. IF'or Sale. Five-room dwellinu plastered through out; good ealler water etc; modern in every respect. Three lots all fenced; good out buildings. One of the choicest residence properties in Philipsburg. For particu lars inquire of Mrs. F. D. Sayrs, Philips burg, Mont. k How to Avoid Trouble. Now is the time to provihe yourself and family with a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and DiHrrlhoeaR.eiedv. It is almost ceritaln to be needed before the summer is over. and if procured now may save you a trip o town in the night or in your busiest season. It is everynwhere admitted to be the most successful medi cine in use for bowel comrplaints both for children ai.d lunits. N(o f;,mily irn Iaff flord to he , witlon' it. For sileby M. E. Doe & On., I I;rug ists. Buy your Groceries Chas. A. Wilson Flour $2.00 to $3.25 Buckwheat and Whole Wheat Flour Jars and .Jg, ug, Fruit .Jlars, l'eas 5c) to 7 'e, Coffee 15c to 40c, Oranges and Lemons, 1Bananas and Apples, Seeds and Vegetables, Rope (Manila and Sisal) A share of your trade solicited. BROADWAY, PHILIPSBURG. Van's ---Cafe The Only First Class Shortn Order House in the City, OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Rear of L. N. Van Vranken, SCampbell & Mc Donald's, 'Burg Proprietor.