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THE WESTERN NEWS
I VOLUME XII. HAMILTON, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY. MARCH 27, 1901. NUMBER 21 A r Ar »Wtwwlwwwwwwww^ TP! m We have on hand broken lots in all lines of fine SUITS, OVERCOATS and UNDERWEAR. These must be sold at a great sacrifice in order to make room for our NEW SPRING GOODS that are arriving every day. So if you are looking for bargains it will pay you to look us over before buying else where. SIAM Rojeis h Hin ' 1 . £ WVMM .WbVWyWAVW.Vt«^WWWWiVtVdW Patronize Home Industry Don't send your laundry out of town but adopt the motto: "LIVE AND LET LIVE." We guaranteed Woolen'Goods not to shrink. All laundry will be called for and delivered to any part of the city free of charge. WHITE GOODS A SPECIALTY. The Hamilton Laundry, ' i CHRIS. SANDVEN. Proprietor. THE I COMMONER Published Wisely. WILLIAM J. BRYAN, ■ DITOR ANO PUBLISHER. LINCOLN, - - NEBRASKA. No travolln« canvassers are employ ed. Terms for local agents will oo Sent upon -application. AU mo n o y should be sent by 1'. O. order, Express order, or bank draft on New York or Chicago. Do not send Individual chocks or stamps. tlx Commoner and Uksteni lUws, i Both one year—cash in ► advance—for 32.75. A complete stoik of harness, saddle ry, whips, etc., at J. J-. Smith's oppo site Western New-, Kflhje. tf Grand Stand | Restaurant. S WIN LEE, PROP. && \ This restaurant is located in g the old Acme restaurant build ^ ing opposite the Post Office and the table is supplied with the best the market affords. Open Day and Might. Short Orders at all Hours. ** GIVE US A CALL. Thoroughbred Plymouth Rock eggs $1 per setting. Address George C Ta y kir, ïTdreuccx Mont. 5-1 lot ^County Correspondence^ | & ******* %a€6e€6€«€66««666€66«66«««ee€«€6€6€e«66€«6«««666€ VICTOR. Special Correspondence to the Western News Victor March, 25. J. J. Bond did business in Stevens ville Wednesday. ' J. C. Million was over from the East Side today. E- T. Buker was over from Stev ensville Saturday. F. F. West returned from St. Jos eph, Mo., Saturday. W. W. Flowers has moved his fam ily back to their ranch. B. F. Tudor has been somewhat un der the weather for several days. A son and heir arrived at the home of C. Winkler Tuesday, March 19. j C. W. v ert and M. M. Williams were counjty seat visitors Saturday. J. W. Hull of Corvallis has taken a position on Rev. G. A. Blair's ranch. Alex Mowatt and Robt. Myers of Corvallis did business in town Thurs day. J. W. Rickman has been on the sick list and unable to work for several day s. The M. M. Co. have added a lady clerk to their force. She will also act as stenographer. Mrs. J. W. Simpson of Etna is quite ill. Her litt'e son is also ill, being af flicted with measles. Mrs. Mary Humble of Burnt Fork visited her brother, Henry St. John, several days last week. Mrs. J. S. Youngman and Miss Leah Bond attended the Sunday school rally in Stevensville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Waylett have been the guests of Mr. Waylett's par ents during the past week. Lou Young of Stevensville is build ing an addition to the coltage lately purchased by R. M. Bones. Miss Lena Williams has almost re covered from her late illness, being able now to drive out every day. Guy McCune and family moved from town to their ranch last week and their cottage is now occupied by M. M. Fowler. ure * Miss C. last Mr. at he Fowler. The Christian Endeavor will give an advertisement social Friday even ing in the I. O. G. T. hall. An ad mittance to new members will be charged according to height at the rate of two cents a loot and an addi tional penny for every extra inch. A pretty outdoor wedding took place at the J r M. Buker home last Tuesday afternoon. At two o'clock the bridal couple with W. M. Ellis as best man and Miss Edna Garnett as bride's maid walked out onto the front porch, where, in the presence of seventy guests, Henry Buker .and Miss Ethel Ault were united for life by Rev. W. D. Lear of Corvallis. The happy coup le have already taken possession of their new home which is on the Buker ranch. hart and ed, but FLORENCE. , Special Correspondence to Uio Western News Florence, March 26. J. S. White is a Missoula visitor to day. Mrs. B.-P. Sanbourn returned from Butte Sunday evening. C. M. Johnson of Hamilton was Florence visitor last week. Miss Ida Holden was the guest of Miss Angie Smith Sunday-. Miss Alice Tackington was the guest of Mrs. B. J. Townsend Sun day. Mrs. John Scherr and Miss Maud Herring were Missoula visitors Thurs day. 1 WISTÏ 1 EOT OVERALLS C San Francisco, cal. j Mrs. Ed Duffy went to M : ssoula Sat urday combining business with pleas ure * Mrs. D. L. Smith and daughter, Miss Angie, were Missoula shoppers Friday. Harry Latchem of Bonita was the guest of his sister Mrs. Benson over Sunday. Mrs. Thos. Halloway and Mrs. Geo. C. Taylor returned from Bearm jutn Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. DeVeber arc proud parents of a daughter torn March 24. O. R. Snyder and Miss Ethel Moore attended an oyster supjjir at Victor last week. Mrs. Geo. Dalglish and children of Bearmouth is the guest of h :r jjauents, Mr. and Mrs. Halloway. Mrs. Sebastian Wagner, who was taken to the hospital at Missoula two weeks ago is repotted as much better, Joe Ferrell, who h is been foreman at Kendall's m il for the last year, has resigned and gone to Hamilton. A Mr. Miles is in his place. CORVALLIS. Specialcorrespondence to the Western Nt \vs. Corvallis, March 25. Mr. J. L. Humble shipped in seven head of fine horses last week. Jim Chaffin of the YMiowstone is over buying a carload of cattle which he will ship this week. Clarence Vaughn, a nephew of Matt Vaughn, and Mr. Scott of Missouri came to Corvallis Saturday. Rev. Lewellyn has been quite sick and was not able to fill his appoint ment Sunday but is improving. The entertainment given by the black faced minstrel troupe last Fri- I day was greet'd by a large audience. I Miss Andrews who a short j/iine ago closed a six months term of the Wal low Creek school returned to her home in Iowa last week. John Slack bought a ranch in the Yellowstone while he was there a short time ago. He and Sam Burk hart will go over in a short time to take charge of it. Mrs. Thomas Romney came near having a very serious accident last week. While coining home from Ed Popham's her horse became frightened and ran away throwing her from the buggy. One wrist was badly sprain ed, and she re ceived several bruises but is getting along very nicely. ADJUTANT GENERAL HcCULLOCH TAKES OFFICE. Will begin at Once to Reorganize National Guard of flontana. end er his his ill for He In ty In ed the Adjutant General Lee McCulloch, of Hamilton yesterday filed his bond and took the oath of office for his position. He will begin at once the work of re organizing the national guard of the state. General McCulloch, however, first proposes to thoroughly familiarize himself with his duties, and to thi eni yesterday had a long conference with his predecessor, Charles F. En glish, and Governor Toole. During the closing hoars of the re cent legislature the lawmakers remem bered the state militia. In the origin al appropriation bill only enough money was made available ta insure and protect the state national guard property during the next two yens The house on the last day of the ses sion added $2,000 to the appropriation, making in all $2,8)0 for the guard, and the senate amended by making the appropriation for the first year $5,000. No appropriation was made for next year. The small appropriation for the first year will not permit a state encamp ment,because each of the six companies would require for reorganization pur poses at least $-00 and the battery would require something like $500, leaving $500 for the incidental expen ses of the feuard and adjutant gener al.—Helena Independent. THE CURSE OF WOMANKIND. Is sick and nervous headaches. Sher man's Headache care gives instant re lief. One dose cures Guaranteed perfectly harmless. Immediate re lieL 25c and 10c n box. It cures neuralgia. Every box guaranteed For kale by CUrnbr I>mg Störe. * MILLINERY! 1 -eBBHEKisSaS Our Selection of Ladies' an d Misses' Trimmed Millinery and .„WALKING HATS... Has Arrived- From Mew York and will be Ready for Inspection on SATURDAY, HAR, 30. Our Prices and Styles Defy Competition. JOSEPH BOWDEN, CORVALLIS, MONTANA. JAMES T. FITZGERALD DEAD. I I Passes Peacefully Away Monday Funeral Tomorrow Afternoon. James T. Fitzgerald died Monday morning at 7:20 of consumption. The end camepeacefully.the patient suffer er sinking into eternal sleep only when his vitality was exhausted. He had awakened at six o'clock and read the papers and conversed cheerfully with his wife after which he dropped into slumber. Mr. Fitzgerald had been in ill health for nearly three years and for months past his death has been expected at most any time. The funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon at 1:30 from the family resi dence. James Fitzgerald was born at Foun tain, Wis., and was 34 years of age. He came to Butte, Montana, from Minnesota in 1883. He married Miss Grace Coulter, at Thompson „Falls, a year later. They came to Hamilton seven years ago and Mr. Fitzgerald found employment with the A. C. M. Co. as cashier for a number of years. In the fall of 1396 he was elected coun ty clerk on the democratic ticket, de feating Lew Willi.ams in a hotly con tested race. He served out his term, proving a capable and efficient public official. Last fall he was an unsuc cessful candidate for clerk of the court. In recent months he has been confin ed to his home most of the time by illness. He is survived by a wife and one son, Russell, who have the sym pathy of a wide circle of friends. I m m Ût% ^ 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 A Bad Blaze. A disastrous blaze occurred last Sunday evening on the Corvallis de partment of the Bitter Root stock farm and which destroyed a large barn, ten head of horses, consisting of four splendid teams, a saddle horse and driving animal, and a large amount of hay, grain, harness, etc All of the agricultural implements stored in the barn and 12 head of horses were rescued from the hungry fiâmes, some of the teams at great risk. Thelossis estimated at between four and five thousand dollars with no insurance. The origin of the fire a mystery but it is believed to have been of purely accidental nature. It was first discovered by the night watchman who at once gave the alarm, Dave Peal, Elmer Crouse and others hurried to the siene, but it was too late to do anything with the fire ap paratus and the boys had to be con tent with saving everything possible. 4 4 TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab lets. All druggists refudd the monçy of it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's sig nature. Each box 25c. Births. fBorn—to the wife of Albert Kramer Friday, March 22, a girl. Born—to the wife of John Sandford, a boy. Bora—to the wife of Donald McDon ald, a girl. All kinds of plain and fancy sew ing done bn short notice. Will sew by the day or do piece work as the custdlfiér désifes. Call on or address Mrs. E. J. Bales, next door to White auiläry, Htfintttö«, Motu. '4t. rfi? 4 Ss-Ss.Ss -Ss-Ss-S ai 27 Hotel I yeve nsville... 1 m m STEVENSVILLE, MONT. Ût% W Comfortable rooms and ex cellent board by the day or week. Bar and sample rooms in connection. PROP. cal Cook, ^ 44444444444 l£ 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 THE Montana ..House The best equipped res taurant and lodging house in Hamilton. Rooms are warm, clean and comfor table. Rates reasonable by day, week or month. R. H. SM.ITHEY, PROPRIETOR. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Smith s LiälCGaNNNN CONFECTIONERS. ***#• Absolutely the best and most complete line of Confection ery ever seen in Hamilton. First door west of the A. C. C.-M. Co., Hamilton. .totaccos and Cigars... W rfi? 4 Corvallis millinery Store --® îjj? Carries a Complete Elbe of & j milliNtry, JL • notions and W Taacy Hoods. Suitable to Ladies* WantsJ* A SHARE OF THE PUBLIC PAT HOMAGE SOLICITED. ^ — ------' —■ 4 miss mary & Powers. MAIN STRVrr.