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THE ANACONDA STANDARD, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 1. 1897
ButteNews.
PuMicOpinion Requests an Investiga^^tion into the High School Emitting.
TO BE ACCOUNTED FOR
ThisLeap From $45,COO to $130.^OO- hould be . xplalned -^Statements of .wo - on-^tractors In tho k.atter.
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theNow Year Wt inaugurate^plans for the year's work. By
Theopinion (trows In Bait* Itel som..^^stalled ^pi*nation aboubl be Blva^l or^Uk reasons why ii HViW bulldlni iMWd^Jump to a cost of B44JM vUk pr^of more
Thelaw requires that v l..-n * bulWmg^permit Is nr..nu.1 th.- sppBSMM^permit shall (tr^ ^ ceaaplet^of llM proposed balMli^mated MM. In SfdM IBM ^ ^*^ '''^no iMM on this point the BV k ^'v'^^below. Mag tec Itel I of SSABMMI No-^IT*, th.' t.nil.linn .mini.in.^^^:
8.. lion I BlfWS Iks l. pnlr. sreetMa,^constrin tlon or mat. rial all. rallon of any^hulldliiK In the f My of I tut I.-. 111. OWDee,^nr. lilted or builder thereof shall Ah Will
|Ml^s|xm n.r of liiiilillni-s .i ataln
wrHliiR-.irlvlnR tlx lateaded location^MM buildlBK. Its ^^^^^^ lUdotta, mal. I^manner of const ruction. BtsaAsd Ml I^estimated cost.
Inaccordance with th.- itWI pfOtrMM^the srhool hoard mi Ant; I^ took Ml B^permit for a B4.M botldlns, I' has^taken out I p.unit lo eaprnd ^^'^'^ ^^^tlonal on IM Ml hull.lint.-. There^yet no BSpSBBBtlM I^ IB* public In^enormous |MfMM of ' ho . osl^ktriMuic ov^r the original eatliMte.
JnmcsWelch, on., of the bidding^tractors, writes Iba foilowlM lot let^T^ th.. Milt of |M ittandard
Jnresponse lo tin assertion of^Tinker of IM hoar.l of lakBSl trust,WS^Ihnt IM hoiinl Waited for IWB woks for
lo.aiIdArttra la aiaki praam in. la* awl
stonework. I wish to state that tin- t;.-n-
tiomajiis either Mjaemal or Iba (acU or
deliberatelyutt.-rs a fa I choo.l.
IvlHltt.l IM llrm of I'assib A C*
repeatedlyto Kvt liiforniaiioti MwMIni^mr to ll^ture on th^- work, l ut M 11^whv* put off with Ika explanation Hi lt^there wan plenty of IMM ^^'t TfcM, with-^out call lilt: for competition aii.l without^waiting n slug-le day for Mi M, Ibja^hoard took I Journey to Sail Late and
thorloxlnti of tlntracl with a I tali
ipinrryrompany was iii.' i. sull
Whenhids for caMtrttcttoa wera call*^cd for I suhmltti.l Ika following bM,^which was. ol course, not ^ -mishit i.-.1. bill^which shows lo what extent tin- roBBMU-^nity was defrauded. baeaM* Botedy Will '^limy that Montana uninilc is sup. ri^r to^the Halt Luke stone furnished:
^'Huit.-. .Mont . Oat i^. Ute.^^To the Hoard of TTISBtees School DtS-
trhtNo. 1. llnlli'. Mont.:
^QmUmmhI^RafarrlM la your avrar*
MMMMIn Iba Huttc Mln.r askint; for^bids for tho fttfTMbtag of t in sinn.- aac^^pssary for ika afaallM and eeajipleilea or
thos.1 hool Ii oils. ^ bMttaMf for distil. I No.
I.at Bat la, Mont., which is situ, it, .1 at^tho aaraar of Ban ate Iteha atraati in
mildBulla t'lly. Mont . as BM plans and^Kp^^ ll|. ati.ms suhmitt. d hy ^ou. 1 will^furnish and cut the MaM Maaaaary tot1^vital bulldlne at th.' following prl.'. s:
'Kyon.. ston.' aaeaaaafjr for said bulM-^Inft 1 will furnish tor tin- sum M P11U.
''^Rhould you pr. f. r PI.Is on other stone^f will furnish a Montana t.T..nlte ston..^for tH.Vir., and Montana MMbMMa lor^1MB
^Knclnsed In rew ith 1 hand you eertl-^fled e''.ek drawn on the hank of Hon.-.^Hrowi'loe Co of Unit.. Monl.. lor Ukt^BJBJ of BXBK Yours irtily.
JAMKS WRIXH '
inaaMtaa^ ' wBB to aiMaaa th^ baajai
thatth. ^fr.uts ol tin- Sl.indar.l will ho^MWaaatal and a glaad jury he i all. .I t.,^Invi'HtlKate this busin. ss,
JAMM\\ r.l.fll ^'
Inregard to the Hip lo Salt Lake to In-^ajMl th.- Kvi.im ston,-. It Is a MffMI ra-^port that the expelis. s of llle three tills^^es war.' defrayed l^v AMI ^' Ca,, the
HjaaaaafalbkMan for iba bmtract.
Tbomas Itow aii. BMlbaf ^dle| runt led
MMMMar, vritaa ai follows to ika
Htundard.and his lett.r aMtbbja tnti. h^In forma lion that will prove of |aMMl^Interest:
Theuniversal reipiesl for an Investl-^iratioii of what ippufi to i..- a abnlraalu
rohheryIn e..mi. etion with that pUf ta
beaallad 'Hbjrfe BebMl Butldlna.' baa
reaehe.lsix h a slate that tho victimized^pilhllc will larhaps lie iMBjonaal) inior-
rsto.ito hjaaa a few facta rewarding It.
Whenthe date set l.v the school hoard^lo receive plans lor Hi.- Ilish school^^ ^iiIUIIUK arrived the arhool board op. nly
allowedtin re.i ratals Ana ,,i Paaaaaoca
ftI'n.. extra time to prep-ne their Bat i ta^This was n direct polatef from the ho-^plmiiim. ftf course 111.- plans ,,| ULM aaal^estate llrm were ae.'opted, the blllldtn
tocost NtiBA aeeofAttaj to the estimate
Thisestiniato nn.l the BpceiflcaiBBM^prove to he In perfect h.H'niom arlth the^Hrehltect lira I heaillv of the structure,^that Is. of no value whatever. Several^HcMlaMa afferad to irhe Maartsni baaida
thatthe lost of their desinns uould not^he more than their estimates ItKi.MQ and^fiH.niin rospeotivelyt. Why .Ii.I n.u II'..^srhool Ik.ar.l a. . opt Hi. ir affef ii they^kn. w. ns they . laini now . that BBtlaaati ^^of iirehiteets are utir.liahh ' It M) B8^Well to stale that neither ol Ibns^ rebj-
twlswas u nieinlsr of thrat m^-
rlty
Am.nilsr of the school hoard as-setts^that th, Helena Hlab srhool caM KM.M
Insteadof $l::o.l^o. as I,er, iot.u,. si.it, ,I in^the Htatidnid The centlelli.m slmpl, does
notknow what ba is UUkwa ateal Ma
furthermild that ^the Helena balldlna^Is not In it^ with this one CaftaMtf) not.^Mk hs the StOal Is repot led to t^^ the^Helena bwlldlns, it cannot l,e compared^Wilh the one in evidence on this one. It^Is ott, rwise a deadly Insiili to Hi,, acln-^trct of Lha Helena Hieh school to BVM^rompare hi. mapnlll.. nt stru. para w ith^our warehouse ,|. ~inu here.
Thecontracts for excavation and foun^^dation were awards*. When the baa Hag
SyHt.m whs s. lo. ted It was found neeos- '
s-ryto halo considerable brickwork done |^'n the sub-basement Why did Iba s^ ho,.I^^'^wrd award this work to an outside . tm^ ]^trt.etor without any i ompetltion what^^ever at Ilk |^er thousand ..f bricks, when^nay eocip. tent contra, tor BtawM h ive^considered himself . xtr. moly fortunate^to p. t theiontract at fftM per tlMWMUal !^(MbAiMwaj that It took ..v. r BMM I n. k^for this BMM work, there Were H,rM^ of^Spoilt to !,. divided.
Theawardlntc of the contra, t for v.;o
W1,0,
carefulpuifhaso, l^y constantly Wavtohing the^markets for latest noveltit^s, hy liheral ]^ro-^firt'ssivo luisiness policy, we shall endeavour^not only to hold and give better satisfaction^than ever to our old time friends and custom^^ers, hut to attract, hold and merit tlit' patron^^age of a greater Dumber. We are ^always^husy^^yon will And us ^always lvliahlo,^^^always wide awake^ and up-to-date.
Coinrr.nay, Cask ^ (Jrayellk
oooo
WfeMinigjaDD Petite
0000
7 *nV^ V VM^W
m/mn pew
000
000
cubicfoot of stone to a Salt Lake llrm^with,^ul conipotltbut al X^ c uts per cubic^fool more than anyl.odv else . an buy^BMM and per cent, more than better^MttVa BMM ooul.l have been furnished^for. has but a few days aco been men- |^tloiio.l lii the Miner. Will Hie school^hoar.l please explain this
Whydid the school board award the^contract for carpenter work for ABcM)^when there was a 1,1.1 offered for B^.W^accompanied by a $2.Mm certlllod chcik to^KUaratit.e aceeplatice of DMtfaai at that^HStiral home line work had to bo MM^l ore and It Is commonly asserted that^Hie lower bidder was boiiKht off and that^Hi. s. hool board Is In ,th. ileal ' other^^wise Hi. y would have rolain. .1 said cet ti-^II. ,1 chock.
i:voryhodyknows that hjtMMBbJ op. i a^Hons In winter are MMh tnore expensive
||UMwhen done In |1 season. Why did
lieschool hoar.l contract the work to be^done In winter at the extra expense to^Hi. taxpayers of thousands of dollars and Hull'^lo the .1.'trlii;.uu of the quality of Hie^v. oi k. Brtea at all events the buildlm;^cannot be Band before opening of th*'^schools In next September
linesthe school board and lb^ superln-^tcinl.nl claim the work done ho fur lo lie
aimimllMto MaaMheatfcMaT Why are all
thestones In the BBhiBf v.ork .Iota1
withdrill holes for crapplltiK hooks '
is this aaanAMMi with Mad work
Whatabout the lllmsy const ruction of^Hie ashlar work, an asserted In the .Miner^the other day^ Is the su|^erliitendotit
eiiherInoomaetaal or mm Ami not want
misee t hose things
Byall ni. ans lot us have a cranil jury^iiiv.stlKatlon.THOMAS HOW AN.
lieMonth of August Shows the^LaWNbl Number of Fatalities.
CAUSES, DISEASE, NATIVITY
heroWere 479, All White Except^l lve-tlxty..^lne nquoa t Held^No official ^ ecord of ^ Irths^^A Year's -ummary.
Tims.'concerned |n the herlth of^Hutte will he interested In the follow^^ing lalile of the number of deaths In^during the years Just dosed.
1896.189a.
JauMry15 44
I'.bi nary24IS
Mutch3443
April3233
May1839
jJune4726
jJuly3036
AuKUSt8930
1September 4027
IOctober4943
November3734
IDecember3438
ALL bj W-LL.
AMountain School I MBbfM'l *^^ii|; hy In
I,.K. iiolmes.^Wa are chll.lr.11 of the mountains.
Wherethe curie builds we dwell.^I'rom our Blades and sparkllnR fountains
Wehaw health, and all is well.
CHOBUA,
l.ir the lovhiu hearts that bore us,^r.n- Hi. Man that waves before us,^We will sIub In merry chorus,
AMB waNI
ri.e.loniloves the air of mountains,^('ran and peak and rMfewaj till.
Valeand stream and llvhur fountains,^I'l. odoin loves and over will.
Chorus.
BraVBfheart ate batea hath no man^Than who nu.lsi our mo inialns dwell;
Hereno slave or for.iKii BMM^fan Invade, and all B Bratll
Chorus.
Star^r BMpBtal C.reat Montana!
Allthy frateeUT who can tell!^Here beneath the starry hannei'
Allire free, and all Is well!
Total479 411
Theserious month of the year wns^the month of Aurusi, when the num^^ber of dentils was about double the^usual monthly denth rate in Hutte.
Thecontusions diseases reported at^the health olllce duiiiii; the year were^us follows:
.pie.
Chorus.
Fromour sehoolho'ise's mBBtl
whatis that ibc teaawa m
'Tlsthe tlac of B free |ieoph -^Mall! Saline' and all Is wel
Chorus.
I'm-the iMrBbJ heirts that bore us.^For the flan thut waves tefOM us.^We will shut a merry chorus.
AHIs well!^(Tune itepted from ^A UttB Feasant^Maid,^ by F. N LsAr).
Thoninn who Is not MtBAte Willi^th.. aervhea batwaaa Unit., ami Ana-^rnnda under I ha mw lima (aid m Ika
Montana L'DioU i'; hard to please.
\\Ith iraiM h Mrtng Bwtta at l:M a.^in.. U noon. ^:0tt p. tn. ami l:M p. 111.,^and rMtirwBbi at l:#A a. in.. 1:41 p. m,
andI It p. m.. any bm should be ablt'
t. And mm to suit but 1 mvobImmo.
TheITnkHI PadAo Is the- only dirert^route t^ Callfortna points. Only two^days and two niicht* to San Pnanciaeo;^only two days ami thns- nights to Loa
\n.4ea Hot:ml trip tickets limit, I 1,1^s \ months are on sale dally as fol-^I ^: To San Francisco. |S0; to Los
\.' t, HA Kur furth'-r InforwMitloa^address K. V. Mare. O. A. L'nion l'a-^, Ifte sy.'etn. Hutt-. Mont
,'a'Uiiry.F-bruiiry.
Bj
April
Mayand June^July.^Autrust.
September[U|,
October|lo .
November141,
Carloadsof fancy^preaanta. il. John^link.
slippersfor^Taaaitl. -j
Xinas
Waal
TkaButte, Ana. onda A Pari Ac rail^^way have ilikets on sale at the tlreat^N rthera . ity ticket aAtM, it Main
BtTat AtreM ear tickets free.
Callam! net a useful present, buy n^I til ..f sho. s or rubbers and t^ away^happy. John t11.ss.il. 2'.^ West Park,
Total190,11 II
TheIfttTM for December are not yet^complete,
Theprincipal causes of death duritut^the il months up to Dec. 1 wore as fol^^lows:
Miningaccidents is
111her ai. ol. ats22
Appendicitis
BronckltM17
Croup7
ConsunvptkM
Diphtheris38
Typhoidfever1!)
Scarletfever 11
11 '11 -ii 111,111 ia41
ISuicide16
IMeasles14
CkoleraInfantum16
Incolor all who died where whit^,^j ex. . | t live, four of the hitler belNg y.d-^I low and one bind;. ^ ^f ihose dyinu. KM^were mal.s and 1UT t'etnules: .'HI Mara^single, |::2 wara married and 17 \vM-
[OW ^.1.
Thenativity was as follows:^Bom in Montana
,1 ither states
1Itnly
Ireland^
Kuuland
Wabs
AweAM
Camilla
,Denmark
jCo rinany
Kussia
Illaxlci
i1 '..iv aria
China
France 2
Coroner'!lOSJIMStS were held as fol^^lows:
January 7
FebruaryJ
!March7
IApril8
1Mav and June 6
,July*
Awgwat^2
1S, ptcinber4
1t ictolier10
November5
20567^4
41
26
4
13I^4^1^1^1
H. A ,V I' Hallway.
passeslot IBJA, will^bm - Igl until January
annualami time^be honored for^l.'.th. 1SH7.
Th, ladies of the Christian ( hun h^i will serve 1 turkey dinner New Year s^day at the . htirch. from 12 lo N p. in.^a literary and musical utograunsM win j^1., rendet 1 alwr the dinner All MT* i^dlally Invited.
Forrent -XhM store room. ;.^.n^0 feet,^nt L'!4 Fast Park avenue. Anaconda.^Inquire of 1 ^r F. L. St. Jean.
Highestof all in Leavening Power ^ Latest U. S. Gov't Report
BaSdngPowder
Total^9
Theepidemic of measles in March^and April was one of the serious
.ventsaffect lag Ike health of the city
InMarch there were 24 . as. s of measles
ofwhich II occurred in the Children 'a^home, i'he month ..f Aucust stewed a^terrible atortatlty bmbbui chlkln s.^There arera deatba in that month^trnm cholera Infantum and 10 from^dlphthi rU.
Theboard has been eteeatrorlug dur-^liuj tie rear lo have phyatclana report
thenumber ol births. Some progress
I,. 1 ..-i n.a.lc in (lis r. spcet. hut all^h.. l.uths are not ret reported and un^^til this is done no exact Information
ranbe glran reepectlwg the births in
ltlltte.
A BMrthM BbAdBBBM of Turkl.h^Itriitu Ity
0MIIh i il l^ occurrence took place
rhth1 a is rroaeiag th.- hrtdsju ubout
halfpast U on Thursday. An old K^ n-^Ihrrtan an Armenian. Bleed at the
II,ket office of the sieamboat company,^buying his tiik.t to no to the upper^llosphorua. A pollcemM .aim' up and^rather rottgkhr sear, lied his |H^rson.^The ^Id fl ntsTlan naturally remon^^strated with BOMS warmth. The po^^ll, oman instantly teocted him down.^The poor old train parted himself up.^and the policeman knocked him down^again. L'pon this a Turkish army ofh-
Hewingto the Line.
THISIs what time does. It hews to the line regardless of how or where^the chips (to. Men frequently say that th. y Intend hewing to the line^when they want to convey the Idea of their earnestness. We make no^promise of hewing to any line in the future that we have not hewed during^the past year in connection with the affairs of the White Front (Irocery. Our^methods at hewing during the year Just past has been to us very satisfactory^and evidently so to our patrons. Of tluse we have all the old and a large^number of new ones. This Is very good proof of the popularity of the quality^of goods sold, the prices named and our business methods.
Weare thankful for the more than liberal patronage that we received^during the past year and hope to merit It all and mure during the coming^year.
AHappy New Year to All^WHITE FRONTrgr0cery
m***yjutfm,wm TH05. F. COURTNEY
WHENIN DOUBT
orat any other time, write us for^prices. There's no price as low us^ours. Don't Imanlne that liecause^you live a few miles away that you^cannot save money hy trading^here. We have customers all over^the Northwest. I,et us llnnr.- with^you. We won't try to tell you all we^keep because wo handle everything^thai you can possibly want. No^matter what your business is, how^many or how few kooiIs you use,^we can save you money. Thous^^ands of people all over the north^^west do all their trading with us.^Why don't you
WEINSTEIN'S
HELENA
Molilalia'sGreatest Store.
BallBe^rm^[)enSm0re Typewriter
Thelatest BcUATBtAMi in Typewriter con^^struction. l'ne(|iiale(l for speed, easo of^operation, and durability. A few baWpAiBI^111 machines taken as part payment on Dens-^mores :
6RomlnntonKB No. 2 RemlnntonM
6Remlnnton1.0 No. j HeminntoiiM
No.6 Itomlnnton17.1 No. 1 8ml'. Ii l'romler. t.^..1
Writeus for
TheLeading Business Firms of Moitasi
\ssVYfUtS.
luus.gUUOl^^O'U-o half
MONTANAELECTRIC CO.
eAtalopMand samples of work
GeiVIAg'ts,
,1F:.^t AreMway
Hutte,M .lit.
ablock north ot P. Ok^4W North Ma n 8t. Buttt.
u.l. ii.tuii. AMaMr^AteafM 0'
tr.allor express will receive prompt and^careful ttte.itlon. Oold and illver bullion^a specialty. No. 40 Weil Park atrial
Butte P O. Pot 5111.
1.1.Ill...is
LuU.SlittUUpAc 1..uli-^Orocera.
A,F. BRAY ,
OnlyExclusive Jobber and Wholesale 3^Grocer in Western Montana.
BjMtewBuilding,
.B'jtte
t'OUTUB OUIiKURAtrtD
WinsloT,riaad ^ Watioa's
Hi;hLi.6 sol;),^Quaker Rolled Oats and
Nuiavift)Fiak.es,^Jarris Celebrated
BlackberryBrandy^and Boraxaide,^Hotel Brunswick and Rail Split^: Cigan.
AOl .MT
SwectheirtMeats,^Success Milk,^Anderson Preserving Co.
oftamden, N. J.^Erie Preserving Co.^gof Bullalo, N. Y.
Fergus Mills ^Big A^ Flour,
Exslusire
Wnolesula
Retails^^Park, corner Arizona S(.
OCtXUTS.
DR.T. a. ORIUU-
OOULIST.Practice limited to Eye, Ear, Naaa,
Throatand Chist. Office, PostofTlca build-^irr. f'l^^t Tiroadway. Putte. Manl.
T.G. HEINE, M. D.
-ePhlt'IAI.IST.-Dljeaiei of the Kye, E':u, Noaa and^Throat.
OfficeIlcurs^9 a. ni. to 12 m. and from^1 to 5 and 7 to 8:30 p. m. 0^AM rooma-,^13, 17 und 18 Lizzie Block, Butie, Moot.
MikadoRestaurant,
15Mi GRANITE It. BUTTE.
First=C!assTable Board
BYTHE DAY OR WFEK.
nroUikTBALlI
BOAKHP.V TIIK WEEK5.00
MEALTICKETS, t:ood for 21 meall.. 6.04
GIVEUS A CALL.
K.f. bray *
ETelephona 473East Park, corner A.^
p4ia44.auiui44UiiiUiaiiU^i MiiuiiiiuiuiUiUiUiUiUiUiMil NESBITT SISTERS,
15. W. Granite SL, Butte.
and
-- DR. NORCROSS
SPECIALIST
Inall Nr.Kvors. Private
CnoKKPittntw
Inm tiNinj: all BMKwSfB ele^*-^tricnl BggtatMS for treatbAABI of^NcrvoOl Troubles Cull or ail-^dnss
DR.C. V. NORCROSS,
Roon.iBtLOwskg MaM, BsMa Meat.
Dr.COWPERTHWAITEi
(lagsMCMssgal^Sp x 1 a I i st Eye, Ear,^Nose and Throat.
flemopithicPhysician and Surgeon
fallor siSMal
Dr.J. E. Cow perthwaito,
RmtmsO'lo, Owsley .11.' k.^r^^rtt'wWJfr'r,rj,LJ^*-yvK-^'
PARISIANDYE HOUSE
FrenchDyeing and Cleaning
11i..ask Basss in IM Baetbwiil tea BM t'ie^Frini'h pteeaaa, Ba aasaaataa .^ur work Mba^n.ri.lly ilr-.t-.-Iri-*. \Vr Imvo no .olipitura of^^raata ^ni^-^--^. All aid si BMala ba Ml at
tK)WKM UM.KSA hTHKKT, HI' RB MONT.
PALMIE,Prop-ietor.
earmjm ^tit of n coffee shop, and re^^buked ill.' iinllreaMn for his kratsdltj^In an old man. To justify klMSalf Hie^policeman declared that th.- old mm^h id carl ridges in his pocket, Tkra^Boraeons peUed kui the CMmw!m in^a momenl a crowd of rnfi'ians apraag^forward froap m bm kaows wkal lark-^tag ptaeaa, and in less time than it^laaM to ti ll it they had BMjtM out the
oi.iniaa'a krana m the planks in front^of IBs strainer wharf. Two small Ar^^menian boga stood by, paraljraed with^terror at iliis sudden MluMUoa of pus-^sions of Wklek they had no idea. Om^of the btadgeon nu n notb Bd tnen and^shouted out. These also are Armeni^^an*!^ In A moment more the CTTlng,^nlMtllwg bogs had bean ksatM to deatk^before the agM of the aAscera and of
thehorror-stricken paMBgM who^were walllnR for the steamer. Hut^neither .^Illiers. nor MtlM, nor passen^^gers had nusht to say to the mui let^ i s.^^ Krom ^A Bjfataader'a Notes (if a^Massacre.^ In V\an Throshine. in the^January Serihaer s
aOmBbmI Awaga,
I'romthe AsgSMMBt.
AnBteABB BtWgW alio ha.l a lial.it of^dropping; his ^h'e^ wan one day grMMaA*^iiiKT before Mr. Justice I^iwreiiee. a man^for MaaBntT. amonu other things, a hal^^ter. OMSSaalty Bad i^relstcnt^- he ei^oke^of ^ ^alter.^ and after an hour or so ol^this the JtlllgS StipnilWIBll Ihc darft of ae-^a'lC.an.l s.rl^li'sly a*k, J him: ^Is this the^crown court*^ ^Tes. my lord. I battsva^bo,^ aas the answer of the wgnoerlag ot-^trial ^Thank you. 1 am raBeaeA I^thuuaht 1 h '.l foun l my way Into an ev-^cloaMatlcol tribunal.''
N'tilieeof Ah.I^ikc's Sale.
BIAaare invit. d l.v the tutderatgaed,^assignea of T. D. Htod of Whitehall, in
thecounty of J.'i'i'e son. Montana, on^the entire stock of goods und ftxtnres^included in the haslaesfl formerly car^^ried on l.v said T. I^. Hind.
Forrartter description ..r at^ove pror-
eity see i he inventory on file with clerk
andrecorder of JisTSraca c auttg, Mm-
Kill.I.
Forfurther Informal i ^n apply to the^anderslgBSd or at the :^ore in White^^hall.
Theb.i1p gMMl te for rnsh and Stl^kids must he Mkraltted before I'liday.^the Slh dny of January. 1447.
s,parats btda win he rscalvad for the^nl..re and Rxturea.
Theassignee reserves the right to r -^Jcct any und nil bids,
D.J. HKNNE88T, Assisnee.
TJose M Tt ftrownlee. Tt P. n:am*^ra,
Mar.'t Uaiy, r. t Sirnaa^:.
Booklets,Calendars..
ThoLarercst Lino in City.
ATHI DICIID PRICES
CityDrug Store
3n0 East Turk St . Hutte. Mont.
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