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4 4 4 4* ♦ 4 4 * 4 * 4 4* 4 * * * * * * * * 4 ♦ * 4 4 * * 4 4 * * ♦ 4 * * * 4 * * ❖ * * 4 * 4 * * 4 4 * * * * ♦ BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT A SPECIAL SALE OF W. C. C. Corsets ** Style 356 Royal Worchestér, The Best in America. You have perhaps a new Fall Suit or the goods to cut up and you want to nave it tit as well ns possible. You can get the best results from W. C. Corsets. You, will feel more at home in a new VV. C. Corset than any other make. Its the way they are made and the pains taken in their man ufacture that bring the desired result—comfort, good figure and wear—a combination that is hard to beftt and at the same, or, in this case, less than inferior goods cost you. If you want a corset now or in the near future, do not overlook this special opportunity to save a little money. - 65c Corsets, sale price, 50c $1.25 Corsets, sale price, $f.oo $1.25 Corset Waists, sale price, $1.00. $1.75 Corsets, sale price, I.45 flore Than Your Money's Worth. A lot of Children's Kangaroo and Calf Shoes, sizes 8 to 12, double sole with back stay; a shoe made to stand hard knocks. Actually worth $1.50, our special price for this week, $ 1 . 50 . We will open Saturday, a new lot of Golf Capes and Jackets* Latest out* * 4* 4 4 4* 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 * 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 R. L. PERKINS. 4 4* 4 § 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3* 4 4 X44444444444444444444444444444444 444443* sk Hamilton Cafe. m Mrs. M. J. Click Prop. Hamilton, Montana. Only First-Class. Restaurant In Town. Furnished Rooms in Con nection, ONLY WHITE HELP EMPLOYED. Open Day and Nijrht—Meals at All Hours 25 Cents. In 3 Click, manager. W 47 1? 3 ! kind •'rough rid Tliere are ers." The most annoying qtiIic* rough riding fyi'lflass» 1 * seen on many noses. The lmd elTeets from tills earless, ignorant slipshod way of wearing glasses, is know* only to practical opticians like ourselves. We combine mechanical and scientific ac curacy in all our work. The lens'must fit the eye, the frame the nose. Comfort and satisfaction must go with every glass we sell. Good Watches $5 and Up. Better Watches $10 and Up. Best Watches $20 and Up. A L. BANK, Jeweler and Optician. EYES EXAMINED FREE Bitter Root Brevities. Is D. A. McIntyre has gone to Seattle. The Ravalli Abstract Co. writes in surance. * Calling cards, latest styles, at West ern News office. * Born—Oct. 10th to Mr. and Mrs. George Walden, a daughter. Any person who fails to receive the paper on time will confer a favor by notifying this office. Little Mamie Mitchel has been quite ill at her home in this city for the past week but is slowly recovering. Found—pair gold ritnmed spectacles near Hamilton river bridge. Owner please call at Western News office. J. H; Bradley has resigned his posi tion with the Hamilton Flour Mill Co. and will seek a business location else where. Sam. Keenan returned last night from Butte where he has been for sev eral months and will probably spend the winter on Hughes Creek. I have six or seven hundred mutton sheep—one hundred ewes and the bal ance wethers—all fat and fine, which I will sell at a reasonable price.—E, J. Stanley, Corvallis, Montana. McCall's Magazine, a leader of fash ons, a free pattern and the Western News, all for one year for only $225. For clubbing rates with the leading newspapers and periodicals of the country call at Western News office. Mr. Jesse Swayze and Mrs. Mary B. Clark both of this city were married last Sunday at the home of the bridegroom, in the presence of a few friends, Rev. I. R. Hubbs performing the ceremony that made the happy couple man and wife. Mike Murray was bound over to the district court yesterday by Justice Morris in the sum of $500 to answer to the charge of grand larceny. The bond not forthcoming Murray will languish iti the county bastile. Mur ray is alleged to have stolen $67.70 from John Harper, at Kendall's camp near Florence last week. For reliable nursery stock—being true to name and strictly first-class— order from the old reliable Oregon Nursery Co., the largest and most re liable nursery company in the west. We carry a full line of all kinds of fruit trees and ornamental stock such as roses, etc. Write B. A. Mitchell; manager of the company branch office at Missoula., Mont. were up A good milk cow for sale. Inquire at Western News office. Josh Woods and family from Stevensville Monday. A social hop will be given at Cor vallis next Friday evening. M. P. Chaffin of Corvallis was i business visitor here Monday. G. C. Wilburn of Florence was a business visitor here Monday. Commissioner Gleason and Dr. J. T. Brice were up from Stevensville yes terday. The biggest campaign rallies of the season will be those of the fusion par ty beginning next Monday and at which Gov. Joe Toole will speak. Mr. W. G. Eigleson has resigned his position with the mercantile de partment of the A. C. M. Co. here and will locate elsewhere in this state. Mr. Maitland of New Orelans sue cecds Mr. Eagieson in the manage ment of the dry goods department. When you cannot sleep for coughing it is hardly necessary that any one should tell you that you need a few doses of Chamberlain's Cough Reme edy to allay the irritation of thethroa and make sleep possible. It is good. Try it. For sale by Hamilton Drug and Jewelry Co. Having corralled all the oil fields of the country and spueezed about all the curde petroleum out the earth the Standard Oil company is now after all the precious minerals in the earth. It it not improbable that some day the coal oil crew will secure possession of the earth itself. The fact that you registered for the last town election does not entitle you to vote. Your name must appear on the general registery of 1898. If you have changed precincts you must re gister iu the precinct in which you now reside. If you are not properly registered you can't vote. The smallpox situation is unchang ed, the authorities seeming to have it well in hand. Mr. N. H. Patton is getting along as well as could be ex pected. His is a pretty bad case. All the members of Patton family were promptly vaccinated and it is hoped that none of them will be attacked by the loathsome disease. The comission ers were in session yesterday and had the situation under consideration. Dr. Howard was employed to treat any cases that may develop. It was de cided to establish a pest house oil the old King place about three miles west of town. The authorities are determ ined to resort to every precaution to prevent an epidemic of the dices sc. Commissioner E. A. Johnson was over from Bearniouth Sunday. We have fresh milch cows for sale. Call on Mrs. Allison Renkeh. tf. A1 DcRoche, of Florence, was greet ing his friends here yesterday. Tickle your palate and tone your stomach with Celery Gin Tonic. 4t. For furnished and unfurnished rooms—J. D. Powers, N. Sec. St. t f . Mrs. Geo. Miles and her sistcr-in law, Mrs. Robert Miles of Kansas, were shopping here yesterday. Registration of voters throughout the county began Monday. The time for registration will expire October 27, but on Monday, October 29, the books will be open to accomodate those who had been unavoidably prevented from registering during the regular period. Persons who registered two years ago and still live in the same prcciqct are not required to register. [ Jack Campbell arrive! home from the Colville reservation Saturday night. He took in the grand opening that occurred October 10.. Jack says the "sooners" had gobbled up nearly all the best locations. The best land prior to this had been allotted to the Indians. Quite a number of Bitter Rooters were in at the opening and some of whom got located. For three days and nights I suffered agony untold from an attack of cholera morbus brought on by eating cucum bers," says M. E. Lowther, clerk-of the district court, Centerville, Iowa. *'I thought I should surely die, and tried a dozen different medicines all to no purpose. I sent for a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy and three doses relieved m4entirely." This remedy is for sale by tl e Hamilton Drug and Jew elry Storr, E. D. Matts and E. M. Lamb, the two company lawyers who are acting as spellbinders for the new Republi can Aid Society, alias the "Indepen dent democrats," held a meeting here Friday night. Supt. McGinty and the other company bosses sent in many wagon loads of employes and thus a fair-sized audience was secured. Matts taxed his lusty lungs to the ut most, confining himself to aouse of Senator Clark, but the boys refused to enthuse and the Amalga mated speakers met with a decided frost. One little burst of applause was evoked at mention of the name of Hogan, and which issued from Supt. McGinty, who is a cousin of Hogan. At Victor and Stevensville the com pany lawyers also spoke but met with a very chilly reception. The people about the Ravalli hotel were treated ito a rather strange ex perience last Wednesday, and one which could scarcely happen in a coun try less noted for its winged game than the Bitter Root valley. The people in the kitchen were startled just before noon by the crash of fall ing glass from one of the dining room windows, and at first thought that some malicious or careless p erson had thrown a stone through it. in fact, one of the girls in the laundry said she had seen the stone fly acrosss the lawn and through the window. Mrs. Green called her husband and they hastened to the dining room, where, to their great surprise, they found a prairie chicken gasping its last on the floor, its throat cut with the glass through which it had come. The only surmise ithat the chicken had be come so frightened at something that it had lost its head and dashed into the window without really knowing where it was going. The force with which it struck may be in a measure realized when it is told that the glass which it crashed through is a heavy plate glass, five feet square. An al most similar experience was had a couple of weeks ago, when a duck, seemingly as badly rattled as the chicken, drove against the flag pole of l heh _° te L an i droPP / d T ? UiV !!! aff and dying upon the roof.—Republican. * Governor Joe Toole and others will adcreaa the citizens on the issues of the day at fiaMlIton, ItlOKday, Oct. 32 , 8:30 P. «. Corvallis, tutsday, Oct. 23 , 10:30 a. a. Uictor, Tuesday, Oct. 33 , 2:00 P. a. $tc?moii:e, tuesday, Oct, 23 . t:30 P. a. Tloreace, Wednesday, Oct. 2 e, 10:00 a. a. The Hamilton Silver Cor net Band will be in attend ance and a splendid time is aa8ared. Everybody is cordially invited to attend these meetings. Rr. J. K. Squires went this morning. Several important changes of busi ness locations in this town will occur about the first of the month. The Hamilton Book Store will move into the new Roberts block just completed and the store room vacated will be occupied by the Hat-riltoti Drug and Jewelry Store. A. L. Bank the Jew eler, will move into the Owings block when the Hamilton Drug store moves out. The Ca,sh Grocery will open in a few days, on Main street, opposite the A. C. M. Co. store, with W. L. Stamper as business manager. Mr. Stamper paid cash for his stock, which has just arrived from the east and will sell for cash at reasonable prices. Later on he will carry a fancy stock of grocer - ies that will meet the expectation of the most fastidious. The friends of Mr. Stamper wish him success in his enter prise. The Lucas Opera House will have for its attraction Thursday evening A Breezy Time company which is so pleasantly remen bered by theatre goers from its visit last year. The eontpany will arrive by train Wednes day evening and lay off for the night. Thursday a grand street parade will be given with a concert in front of the otiera house when a saxaphone solo by a young lady will be one of the features of the parade. If you want to enjoy an evening of laughter go and see A Breezy Time. That TIirobbing Headache. Would quickly leave you, if you used Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thousands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Sick auf. Nervous Headaches. They make pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health. Easy to take. Try them. Only 25 cts. a box. Money back if not cured. Sold by Bitter Root Drug Co. Helena | l 1 ho, COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE. REGULAR REPORTS OF HAPPEN INGS IN VALLEY TOV£NS. TIÎRSKI.Y TOLD IN NEWSY I.ETTERS TO THE COUNTY PAPER FROM THE WEST ERN NEWS' CORPS OK ALERT CORRE SPONDENTS. VICTOR. Special Correspondence to'tlic Western News. Victor, October 15, 1900.—Dr. T J. Baird and son Kenned y accompan ied Dr. A. K. Baird to Missoula Tues day. Miss Bessie Vert is in Spokane, Wash. Political rallies are now the order of the day. Mr. Thos. Cowan is at home again from Alta. D. H. Goudy and family spent last week in Florence. Mrs. G. A. Cates is visiting her parents at Carlton. Dr. F. W. Morris and wife returned to Missoula on Friday. Miss Edna Thormander returned from Hamilton last week. Mrs. R. G. Young taught in the institute in Philipsburg last week. Mrs. F. F. West and son Frank vis ited friends in Missoula last week. The Missoula Mercantile Co. is hav ing a cloak and hat sale this week. Mr. Will Sprowl of Hamilton visiting friends in and around Vic tor A. K. Waylett and wife are rejoic ing over the advent of a little daugh ter. Thos. Cole who has been quite ill for several weeks past is now recover ing. Geo. M. Davis has returned from St. Regis after a two months stay there. Miss Floy Olds attended the teach ers' institute in Hamilton part of last week. Miss Carrie Harlan of Como was the guest of Mrs. J. M. Buker Saturday and Sunday. J. C. Jamison of the "Sunny Side' ranch was selling prunes in the coun ty seat last week. Mrs. Minnie Johnson and children returned to their home in Butte Wed nesday morning. Dr. G. P. Mills, wife and little daughter, of Missoula, are visiting at the Hackett ranch. Harlan Fulkerson and family of Grantsdale are visiting Mr. Fulker son's parents here. Rev. G. A. Blair is taking his an nual outing and did not fill his ap pointment here Sunday evening. Mrs. Van R. Woodmancy who has been suffering from a severe attack of rheumatism is able to be out again. Frances, the little five-year-old daughter of E. H. Keirns, had a fall last Thursday resulting in the disloca tion of her left arm at the elbow. The Victor Dramatic Club appeared in the "city" of Florence Friday even ing. The farce "Aunt Susan Jones" formed part of the interesting pro - gram. Hon. Caldwell Edwards, populist nominee for con gress from Gallatin valley, and ex-Governor Burke Of Ida 11 ho, were calling on Victor friends last Wed nesday. ' Mrs. G. M. Turberry and son, Mr. and Mrs. Denayer, Miss M. B. Dixon. Miss J. L. Johnson, Gib Strange dnd Roy Geery ifcere doing business in Hamilton last Wednesday. The good people of Victor wish to extend their sympathy to the other Bitter Rooters who are at preaerit suf fering from the outrageous train ser vice. And pray that we may sdon see brighter days. CORVALLIS. (Special Corrcspondonco to Western News ) Oct. 15.—An oyster supper will be given by Cloverdale Homestèad No. 557 of the Brotherhood of American Yeomen Wednesday, evening in the Corvallis hall. Proceeds for the bene fit of the order. All are cordially in vited. Miss Ria Daugherty will go to Mis soula Saturday to attend the univer sity. Miss Julia Priutz and Mrs. Hoff spent a few days in Missoula last week. School opened with a good attend ance and renewed energy after a week's vacation for the institute. Mr. Theo. Crum sold his property in Corvallis to Mr. H. Laws; he has also sold his property in Hamilton. Mr. James Jones has sold his proper ty to Mrs. Fred Wehr who will soon return to Corvallis after a short stay in Victor. Both fainlies will remain in Corvallis during the«'winter befote hunting a new home. -GOTO Newell Bros. Confectioners At LUCKY JOE'S Old Stand —FOR— mm Fine Fruits Candies and Cigars. GIVE US A CALL. Pants Hade to Order $5 up Suits IVlade to Order $15 up - H Cpplcal American is a man whose clothes are Entirely Correct, in work manshio. stvle and fit...... J. A. HORK HAMILTON'S MERCHANT" TAILOR SOUTH SECOND STREET. IS THE PLACE TO GET THEM YO CONSUMPTIVES. liicue Cob mu apt ion, ii anxious to make known, to his f.llow sufferers the Keens of Airs. Tol those who desire it, he will cheerfully send ffm| of charge) s copy of the prescription used, which they will find n sure cure for Cwrf yflsfc Atthma, Catarrh, BroachM* and all throat and lung Maladies. He hopes ail sufferers will try his remedy, as it is Invaluable. Thos* desiring* the prescription, which will coat them nothing, and may prova a Messing, will pleas* address. Car. EDWARD A.WIL80S, Brooklyn, Naw Yorth Stray. Came to tnv place over a year ago, one yearling heifer, color red, except white tip of tail. Brand circle 2 on right side. Owner please call, prove property, pay charges and take ani mal away. GEORGE SMITH. Victor, October 14, 1900 . 4t Stops tho Cough und Works Off the Cold. Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day. No cure, no pay. Price 25 cents. For sprains, swellinga and lameness there is nothing so good as Chamber lain's Pain Balm. For sale by Ham il ton Drug and Jewelry Store.