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L VOLUME XII. HAMILTON. MONTANA. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 3. 1901. NUMBER 22 Look: Mere! tm 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. \m * 7J» MILLINERY! Bsr^îîiraRœ o«e wu be Our Selection of Ladies' <(ud.\1 isses' Trimmed Mil Hu era cud -.WALKING HATS Has Arrived. From.A'ea: York • cud. Ready fur Inspection after SATURDAY, F1AR. Our Prices and Stairs Defy Comyetitioi --$fte&SK3*Jk' JOSEPH BOWDEN 30* «VALUS, - - MONTANA. , f|j fc* T JJ *' 4 0 rr ^ ? lOÎ: OU '-4 Don't ut-mi jour Tmi tïry <> luloju 1 1 t> «no d of town but 'JL •J .'g.vTr» F*\rH i •>* g «AM W \\ i> grtrirnfilV] Women Goods noi iu oulle«! bn; mm\j\iTeiI t.o urn part id Wf siniMA. AI I laundry wiii i, n* vitv frei of ehatge. E GOODS A SPECIALTY. ÜU ffliiton C-ii! J WVr.W.'ff.WK r vo-riiitor. l.Ac*;* fiW.Wp'h «jfCounty Correspondences CORVALLIS. Specialcorrespondence to the Western News. Corvallis, April 2. Rev. E. J. Stanley was over on business from Whitehall last week. Messrs Fowler, Henry and Akers came from the east to Corvallis last Saturday. Thos. Watts, John Hull and B. S. Chaffin moved a large band of sheep to the upper part of the valley this week. Mrs. Minnie Jones and little daugh ter Edna accompanied her brother, John Slack to his ' new home in the Yellowstone. Rev. Le welly a has entirely lecov ered from his illness and preached an excellent sermon Sunday eveuing at the M. E. church. The black faced minstrel troupe showed quite a generous spirit by pre senting the proceeds of their entertain ment given a short time ago to Orville West. Mr. Scott Sherrill was brought down from Ross Hole yesterday where he had been very sick, to Mr. Shears. He stood the trip fine and is thought to be improving. Miss Ethel Barr entertained a num ber her of friends Monday evening in honor of her fifteenth birthday. They report a very jolly time and all wish Miss Ethel many happy re turns of the dav. victor. victor. Special Correspondence to the Western : F. F. West spent soula. April 2nd 1901. Monday iu Mis R. M. Boues moved into town last week. Mrs. J. W. Rickman has been ill for several days. Appolonio, Watters & Co. have add ed Geo. Treadway to their force. Thos. Johnson of Burnt Fork is ] doing business iu Victor this week. Miss Ellen Fulkerson lias returned j to her position in a millinery shop in Helena. W. H. Gavin and bis sister Miss Fay are spending several, days in Hamilton. Mrs. A. B. McGrow who has been ill for the past two weeks is now re covering. J. W. Rickman is able to be out again and expects to begin work in a short time. .1. H. White moved into the cottage lately occupied by Mrs. M. J. Reed on Second street. Miss Blanche Simpson came up from Missoula to care for her mother who is still ill. j Miss Lende Kennick came down from Graiitsilale '• loitduy to spend the week with Mrs. J. W . Rickman. The Misses Simmons and Bond were! down from Hamilton Sunday spending tile day at their respective homes. The social given by the C. E. last Friday evening was weil attended and alt present spent an enjoyable eveu M i . M. Baker and «laughters were .trat i?\>ru Wednesday l oj liiil s*tic at the M. • . Price of Helena and ( , r. wSteveuavi 1 'le were u. low 't store. Rev. D. I Sauuie.» of Thursday tuning pledges ou tile school to be built at Stevensville. J. H. lieniiiej of lieicn.i an 1 J. K. Lockwood of Bvainer accompanied Geo. J. Brooks on an .nspeeling to.u" over several rauouc-s in tn.s vicinity ' e,v to p.iroiiasing'. ging to Kim Hockey lotion *.o ran o.i Mam street aisd.iy uiiu becoming oure.cs icir Cj.U'sC Co.i.ucu tv. tu ., tlca o£ J. N. By «onion'» orcukii.p, :els fi . i : a i n id.ty wall .'c tc.llll 1.« ■ BmOM PAKTS [iZiZ-i ..—. CAM FOANC 13 CD, CAL FLORENCE. Special Correspondence to tbe Western News Mr. J. J. Scherr is_a Missoula visi tor to day. Clias Skinner was interviewing our merchants Sunday. Mr. 'William Benson came home last week to remain for some time. Mrs. J. D. M'ser was the guest of Mrs. A. W. DeVebct Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Duffy moved out to their ranch Saturday for tne sum mer. S. F. Egbert the painter and paper hanger is papering and painting the town red, this week. The Misses Lulu and Maggie Rey nolds returned Mouday morning from Stevensville where they have been visiting R B. Jones aul family. Mr. A. Herbert announces a grand opening of the latest spring millinery. Herb has an eye to business and knows what pleases the ladies. Iu fact he is quite a ladies' man. The first picnic of the season was held Suuday. It was thought for a while that snow shoes would have tobe sent out to rescue the picnicers but towards evening it cleared up and all returned home safely. We failed to to learn the names of those who coin posed the party. Mrs. Lew Dole went to Missoula Monday to attend the funeral of Mrs. R. 4s. Delong who died Saturday night after a long siege of sickness. Mrs. DeLotig was well known -here and her death has cast a gloom over the com munity where she was loved and re spected. The husband and little daughter have our sympathy. is in in A Raging, Roaring Flood. Washed down a teiegrah line which Chas. C. Ellis, of Lisbon, la., had repair, ''Standing waist deep in icy water," he writes, gave me a terrible cold and cough. It grew worse daily. Finally, the oest doctors in Oakland, Neb., Sioux City and Omaha said I bad Consumption and could not live. Tuen I began using Dr. King's New Discovery and was wholly, cured bv six bottles." Positively guaranteed for Cough», Colds and all Tliroat and Lung troubles by Corner Drug' Store (Bitter Root Drug Co.) PrieeoUc. * Stray. -Came to my place on Blodgett Creek about Jan. b, one bay horse aoo.u sev en years old uranded ori rigut shoul der tv th I T, two white hind feet and star in foreuead. Owner please call, pro v ; property, pay charges and take the animal away. ■It WM. DUNBAR. WANTED! Reliable man for manager of Branch j Office we wish to open in this vicinity. j If your record is O. K. here is an op j portuuity. Kindly give good refc-r t "-' 6 when writing.— Tua A. T. Mok j WhulksaLK Httusii, Cincinnati, j Ohio. liluStra ! s ' c - l,,, P B - - .1 catalogue 4 cts. « ! u ' 1 cu 1 hi; ; j " 11 j ! I i j | I I j The town election here Monday ex cited very little intcTe-t. Only 25 votes were cast altogether. Aldermen Peterson, Frans L. B .r.is and J. J . «w h y were te-eu cted without opposi-1 on. Tne republicans elected their I tire ticket in Missoula. Democratic avers werccie tied iu B itte. B «Zeman id Billing. The republicans carried Great Fa lis, Deer Lodge and Living'-j si one. hr. iiteveiis, republican, was elected mayor of Anaconda by over tyj'.t majority . . A i CJi-4> 1.4 ON £ DAY Sir.. ui I Oiiinim * ,l!> ' druggists refund the money to e.;Tv. it. \\ r . Grove's sig JÎ» iff iff f$f fît *»•<• ----------------i I V , I - I Montana ..House il in best i ipi i>;, ! .Ml-I l.-dg >i ; 11. Rn & < IY TL FH2Y, j tfj- ______ !-4 SUGAR BEET TESTS. Mr. Loynds. Beet Sugar Expert, Will Give the Bitter Root Beet a __ Thorough Trial. I Mr. Thomas Loynds, agent of the American Beet Sugar Co. of New York, arrived in Hamilton Monday night and is the guest ot ,Supt.*Mc Ginty of the Bitter Root Stock farm. Mr. Loynds came here in the ca pacity of a beet sugar expert direct from Utah where he has been con nected with the beet sugar industry. He will spend the summer iu the valley and give the Bitter Root sugar beet a thorough test. He will tests the soils in all parts of the valley and will have sugar beets grown in different months of the yéar, to determine what soils and what seasons are best adapted for sugar beet culture in this section. The Bitter Root stock farm people and many individual farmers will vyill plant beets and when they have matured they will be given a thor ough test. It the tests are satisfactory it is un derstood on the best of authority, that a sugar beet factory, costing in the neighborhood of half a million dol lars, will be erected iu this vicinity. It is an open secret that when Supt. Mc&inty went east recently, at Mrs. Daly's request he conferred with the Oxiuards and American Beet Sugar Co. people and as a result of his mis siou Mr. Loynds is stationed here for the season. That the factory will be built in time to grind up next season's crop if the tests prove satisfactory is almost a certainty. Few cau realize what it would mean to the town ot Hamilton and the Bitter Root valley — the establishment of . a beet sugar factory here. Employment for hundreds of people and a market for a very profitable crop will be fur nished. The beet sugar industry has made great strides in America in the past few years and new factories are being established in many of the states. In every instance they have proven im mensely jtrofitable both to the manu facturer and producer. That a high grade, sugar beet can be grown here has been repeatedly dem msFrnted . Sever al years ago the Bitter R>ot Stock Farm planted twenty acres. The yield was mast proli lie, 12 or 15 tonsto the acre being produced. The analyses showed a larger percentage of sacch arine matter than Uie average in Cali forniaor Nebraska. Mst'iy individual farmers here have raised these beets with s-eds furnished by the govern ment and with most encouraging results. results. A CLUB. Ham iltcnicns Propose to Organize An Up-to-Date Social Resort. j | . ' j | | A movement is afoot looking to the organization of a club iu this city to embrace in its membership the busi ness and professional men of the town and county. A 'meeting is to hall in the immediate future for the purpose of organization and it is ex pected that a chafer membership ot 100 will bo secured. It fs planned to engage suitable quarters and furnish them comfort ably, put in billiard and pool tables, etc,, an d keep on tile tile state papers and tne leading magazines and per iodicals.' There is talk, too, of pur chasing a piano and giving an oc casional entertainment. Cue day in i ttic veek is to be sec apart for the ! ladies. An up-to-date club where visitors ' J town ! <jt - t j | l tile outside mav be entertained business tuen may meet iu social minion ami wane away leisure is the complement of every live and that's wli.it the promoters e Hamilton duo propose to pro ........... T __ 'Fiied fur Rocord. e.i—R .bert Wolpert and wife to r II. lalin.lt. 24 acres near Wood & Dev d, Ï1. Deed — F. M. Smith and wife to .1. C. Brown, loo acres on Burnt Fork, 51. Deed—Go«». May and wife to Joint 'Puiiiips, right of way road, $100. Pa .ent—United Slates to William Tl. G.vin, 1>I actes. Deed—Missoula Mercantile Co. to W ii Anreu 40 acres near Florence 1) -e ! - J din W. B iker air* wife to B- F. Logan 3-U acres B..rnt Fork Cl I c of the Obr : sti:i'1l on Thu «.', v, April .f Mrs -.-r ci t A Tailor= Made Man You can always tell them. Their clothes have that cer tain style to them that cannot be found iu the ready-maae garments. There is a style, a fit about the Hork clothes that you don't find elsewhere. They are all that could be desired by the up-to-date dresser. Spring Goods Now Open. $ J. A. HORK, I iffS riERCHANT TAILOR. W Weiss block. Main Street.. iÇy HanilUon. Montana. (J/jK THE IICOMMONERli Published Weekly. WILLIAM J. BRYAN, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. LINCOLN, NEBRASKA. No travelin*! canvassers are employ ed. Terms for local agents will be to to ot Sent, upon application. All money should lie sent by I'. O. order, Express order, or bank draft on New York or Do not scud individual ■ stamps. ^ NIIMUIU II" (a order, or t W Ohtciiso. chocks or ; £ Che commum* and Western news, j) (4 Both one year—cash iu a advance—for $2.75. K m $ Grand é Stand Restaurant. WIN LEc, PROP. $ & . \ jfK This restaurant is located in jji the oid Acme restaurant build- c] ijaj ing opposite the Post Office Jj and the table is supplied with m the best the market affords. I /fv Open Pay and Might. vr Short Orders at T all Hoars. I é GIVE US A CALL, TIfÄE CARD -OF TRAINS. lilTTKIt BOOT MMAN'CII. \\ r KST ST ATI (1 »S. BAST 1*0 UML Ml* «l. No. Tlnu- table No. 14— Mixed No. 13 ; Seeon.; A. In effect Wed., i:ta ki-ecud '.lass. Daily Dot. in, sue. No. 14. eins« dully U:U0 a. in 3:S4 ....ILtt-or iCotit 8 : f!) ..... b > bn........ .. ..Uurltmi Spur .. T:ki ..... Flni+nee. .... 5:0! ____stevensville---- 0:1« ........\ lemr...... .......lolnisiai...... :4U 5:50 .....i '.."v iltis...... ......llivarslile..... •■OW !>• l> .. llamiltofi.. Ai* 7:15 Trains will bu governed by Time Table No It, in eib-ct Augusu I.!, I'.» 1i. IV. II. b elli, linn..In. Agent CUAIU.KS ItUSSKbL, Suiioi'tiitatMleiit. I C'ta is, S. Fee, G H. A. I si. I*Sill. Miuh. Do You Want to Build a Fence? If so you will need posts and poles. I will deii /..r to an y point in the Valley or at my ranch on Willow Creek, posts and ikiIcs of any siie or ieug.hand at reasonable rates, tii'-e men tria l.order. "•.ÄoQias« B. Psytoi^