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The Billings Gazette.
SEMI-\VEEKLY.
VOL. XV. BILLINGS, YELLOWSTONE COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1899 NO. 8
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Watch for Our Spring Shoes
See Our "Little (giant" Line of
Chiklren's and Boys' Shoes
Misses' and Childlren's Rubler Bloots
ALL SIZES
John D. loskamp
Flnamous Outfittoer."
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
JA.. H. (o*i0,
LAWYER.
Oiie First National Bank Building.
E. ARMHTItONr. M. ,,.,
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
eiDknap Block. - Billings, Montana.
U . J. H. RIINEHART.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
O in First National Bank building, Billings,
NDREW 'LARK, M. )D.
HAHRIET FOXTON-CLARK, M. .. ( '. M.
PHYSICIANS and SURGEONS.
lst6 and 7,. Fet Natio!al lBank Building.
H. XE. P. TOWNSEND,
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
6 o. aid iaHwidee.ca on Twanty-N nth l4trcat
North, twq dors north of 'ottaga In. Olice
stra prvtJvt.. Al calls will receive promlpt
attenin, Talephaoe 1 ,
O, V. UODAIA,.
ATTORNV Y-AT-LA W.
QOoe over First National Hank.
J B. 14V1YORD,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
loom 9, Helk.lp Block, - HBlliuag, Moatana.
1mD . HATHOIiiN,
ATTORNR Y-AT-LAW.
OrIa--lWRom ,BI! Nuptlnafl Bapk llilding.
nll-llip ,Mohitawt
,TJOIMTO#N A JOlNa.TIYON.
LAWYERES.
Itoom IS, Halkuap Block.
C HAUI40M l. #AItHIM.
.A W YER,
Bown 13, Bhalknap Bluck. - lilliugs, Moateu
SD. MIATi.MioN,
SRel Estate tand ( Li( lstiau'r'e,.
hmoon 12, ll'lnap Block.
Notary Public,
Justice of the Pence, U. S. Caommissioner,
General C.amm winion Merchant.
#lotm I, Virst Nati.nual Uwhak Building, Billiungs
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T' all rual propprty in, Velh'atnwo c outy,
te|$tce, .m~up olht| eiýo, Bu, nMys a 4 Anetl.
furtil,
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FIRST 'ATIONRAi
BANK
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BIhl8 IGS, MONTINA
raid Up Capital, - $150,000
Surplus and Profits, - 10,000
P. H. Moss, President.
H. W. ROWLEY, Vice-Pres.
S. F. Mossa, Cashier.
S. G. REVNOLDS, Asst. Cash.
DIRECTORS:
-has. T. Babcock,
Jos. Zimmerman,
H. W. Rowley.,
G. W. Woodson,
P. B Moss,
transact a general banking busi
ness, Collections promptly
made and remitted for.
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Dillig NnItut
4t GpIt Co.
i .able Llnrn,
4 owe? l and
Iiapkin
BILLINI0
F aualtuo I Gapa t
COMPNY M
YEGEN BROS.
Montana's Largest Department Store
ON MONDAY, MAY 22ND,
We shall inl.curate a three days sale in "ur Dry Goods and Notion Department at prices which are in
vincible, comprisiZg an assortment of Choice New Goods, secured specially for this sale through the many ad
vantageous channels we possess ABOVE ALL OThiERS in this vicinity. This is not a catch-penny, can't
use-when-you-get-'em sale, but consists of all reliable merchandise, fresh and bright (no use for any other here).
Don't overlook this opportunity; you will wish you hadn't. All of our individual portions of the Dry Goods
and Notion Departments have their offerings to make and each individual stock contains more space than the
usual alleged Montana specialty house. We pay no intermediate profits, so between the mill and loom and
yourselves only Yegen Bros. are known in the transaction, and in our hands your interests are safe.
+ -+ SALE LIST + +
ilnen and Turkish Towels laWRAPPERS RIBBONS
In Two Colors, Black and White and 50 LL NBiI
RPETSBlue and White, Cord Trimming, Special Values at 5c, 10c, 15c and 25c,
LLFitted Lining, Full Skirt, at ........ l in Plain, Shirred, Gauze and Two Face Satin.
WELL I GUESS SO
S(ood Union . grin Crpe............ DRESS SKIRTS L CES
5 pieces Good Brussels at ................ 7Oo DRE I
DRESS GOODS HeOR'S R HOW D' vS DO At 2i2c. 5c, 1oc, 15o and 25c
10 pieces Tissue Brode Dress Goods ......Lo Good Shepherd Plaid Dress Skirt, Brown and In Torchon, Venise, Point Lierre, Oriental and
34-pach Union Plaids.................... 10o White and Blue and White, Taffeta Lined, Valenciennes.
Beautiful Line Imported Patterns...25% off Velveteen Facing, three-quarter yard 65.
Fine 38-inch Brocade Brilliantine ........ o bottom, t ................. ..L T
i ih, rdrin.. o A $7.50 Silk Dress Skirt, our own $4.25 BELTS
SILK DEP TMENT maket....................... In Leather Belts we have just bought a travel
n vtILg y e rTe A Good Black Brilliantine ID)ress 81.7 O5L er's samples. Pick them out; bet quality
An.Sthing you want at greatly reduced prices Skirt, nicely faced and lined, at. ' and value ever offered at 10, 15o, 20 and 25c
this comprises the Prettiest Waist .Patterns
ever seen, both in Japanese and Taffeta Silk.
Also oivernaud Bros, Celebrated Manulac- L CURT INS
ture Bilks and . atins. NECdK ~I E R
Best Value Ever Offered, the 75c kind 400 A Choie Bow for Ladies, ul
UNDE ER .....y worth 5 at ........... . 25e
Ladies' Swiss Ribbed Vests, tape neck, at.. o IA o APRONS
Best Vests in the Market at... 12o and 186o
Pure Silk Trimmed Egyptian Vests.......2 6o PLRIN RND DMBROIDERED THE MOST RERESHIINR G BAT. .
HOSIERY The wellknown New York house, MILSThat you ever took an be improved by using
HOSIERY GIBBS' representative sold us his samples-- That you ever took can be improved by using
Full Fashioned Fast Black Ladies' did not want to take them home. Greatest our 3'2 lb box of Sea Salt.
Hose, per pair.... .. t bargains ever offered. We will put them
on sale at o6 and upwar'd. PRICE 25c
ST, ND.RD PIRINTS NOTION DEPARTMENT Our DRUOOGGISTS' SUNDRIES
Summer Outing, fine quality, at ...........40 Beauty Pins, in sets of 6..... ............ .o
SI SS Beauty Pine. ...................S...8 for 6o Are Cheaper and of a Better Grade than is us
[ SHIRT WA ISTS - choibue Bolt aa..le. e............ .......o. uslly oere in this vicinity.
Choice Jeweled Combs, pomp adour ....... Oo
NT UNHERRD P PRICS rano Chains, the real kind............ SPEC00LTIES
Newest Fads in Brooches .0...............40o $PECI!(LTIES
Silk Plaid hirt Waist, inen Col- 00 A ladies' toilet is not omplte withoute A ar Bottl of Bt Witch Hze at...th
ilkt, vaidu S25, ait C..............o thingsa. Our Jewelry Department is the nmost A Larg Bottle of Bst With ael at 26
CAN'T BEAT 'EM, Iomplete in the state. Vassline, the real thing ................. so
_YEE- --N--------- -BROS.
...EN BROS.
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TWO TROOPS OF CAVALRY
Wuulterl by ciecteral 11rrr1ºtnº III( UutU
,,,#ntl its W~trtluerrr·
Wushihetsu, Mi; 17. - StiiJrtary
Algser h#u reoived the followinu tole.
uvrae trw aiweuirul Msrriunw in swxple
nutin s of the iliirn iw 01u 0 o0"r
d1'Aleues s
Wardiwr, Ildaho, MRy 17.-Auljutoiit
(euewil, Wuimhintog : Thi governor
of Idaho haw olwfully reoviewed ths
siteetiwi herie soed 4111 it ueoaaeFry
to plmeo troops is. Burkei aud lWln to
uoid further disordra. I requeus twn
troeps of oaevaly. Referrio g to the
L s ;riSiviuwu, I have madle no order,
My a9tlwa is limited utvotly to the sup,
ppuo. 5 ofw iestatse authri5Iee, There eve
94 i ill 0q aeutody Ruider In
lfuirrlirt Rrllsdievr Qauerel.
Pansry WIll So VwreauRe4
Weahin 5oe, MAY 11,"-The war do,.
eUfeaeelp aMlodwl s , e the besslief
Mpuumd 1OAS 1Whe a.w ol 5ellkb4 tb.
s .evn lf Idaho. sold Mis me Will
will pas be sad foi w otbay par
pm a (M rn o $ba5 whlob 15 wu uses to
She 41.Ssbud fo qi i wr u.t
The imop ot aavalsy raieqwend by
Gal s"l Merlam will be eas iroam
l a D.1 flo Prs unAnuiao.
low" hoi~wopr of PluS Is,'
ou ave dmalai r4 thse poiato
TWO INSANE MONTANA SOLPIER8,
It Si IJepievepe, ""wavepr, T.latI ''lIwy Will
Hanu Francisco, Msay 1i. --Jour iun
sane woldiers who have been at tht
Prsuidlo post baopital weroe wset t;oighs
in oharge of a guard to Whsingtonj,
vhere t hy will be plaoed in the ogv
arninot asyluim for inamae uoldlors.
These men osnoe in from Muuih. on
the frlnt and SBerman about two
Veooks ego, but were held in quaranltin
with other prionumors from theso transu
parts atAnglel island until NuO ui ht.
Two of thsm are private. tn the b$vet
Mnsenua infautry. Their names are
wlthheld by the surgeon in oharge, as
they all have snood olauoe of rcoveryry
These men showed no ulnspleuae. or
madneus previous so their Manila .er·
vice, but were all drivue out of their
minds by She terrible eaeeituemat of
war, The terrible eind oppreslive beat
of the Maien olnsele, POared with thO
die and en4 eaotI9mn of belite, deprived
thean of their reaso., One- of the al.
dier is iLna tupor and would nat be
abl. toisd his way eboat aeke. in
snp familiar pie.o. The Method. of
teeaaunat at the g0veruneun, W mn
arMe IN0eain41, flat it le eepeotel Slha
all fear will rrover.
AborS ROo peraaen in Pale have
Aloaa .:an a stpe bueause the senate re'
ford So WO f he bill for luoreawed
pa,,
STH E! --i
Q Linton Clothing Co.
do NTHNGI AND
FU~NISHING8
S Everything of the Latest and Nobbiest for
Men's Wear,
HITS ND CGPS
BOOTS HND SHOes
The Bost Sole4ted Stock in all Eastern
Montana,
The Linton Clothing Co.

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