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HERE YOU'LL FIND THE FINEST and MOST EXCLUSIVE STYLES OF
Jackets, Skirts and Suits to to Our new stock unsurpassed by any house in Montana.Our prices a little lower than elsewhere in the state^^Nothing 1 in the valley to compare with our superb new stockj*^*The hang and fit of our garments tell the story cf fine workmanship and material. L,aUies new box 27-in jackets from.. Cf* .................... .....$5 to $19.50 Ladies' new 40-inch coat from...... mC .........................$12.50 to $55 Ladies' new tailor suits from...... m ........................ .$8.50 to $25 Ladies new dress skirts, both cloth and silk, from............. $2 to $19 Ladies' Flannelette House Wrappers tVs to to to to to. to to to to We are showing in all the latest shades the famous ...Felix Chevriea... KID GLOVES Made in Grenoble, France. The great est glove for the money in the world. Made from finest select 'd ki l stock, and perfect in fit. Try them once you will have no other forever after. Another lot of =NEW ROYAL: Lots of to ones from different select Prices from 90c to $2. Print wrappers only 45c Percale wrappers, 75c WRAPPER GOODS We are showing an men.se assortment of tatiou French flannel wrappers. 15. . Novelty wrnep i satin striped «ri 25c ira imi fi.r at you want one of the best machines on earth for ===$25.0O : MACHINES just receive^. ?—- Here's the place to get 'em. Guaranteed as good as any machine in the world. The price don't change or make the machine. It speaks for itself. .....Ravalli County Hercantile Co..,.. Successors to R. L.P3R'<IN3. «S « Bitter Root Brevities. $ J %««€€€€«€€««««€«««««««*?■ I Hamilton public schools will open Monday, Sept. 30. Furnished or unfurnished rooms call on J. D. Powers. if R. C. Smith of Etna was a welcome caller on the printers Monday. President John R. Toole of the Big Black foot Milling Co. was a business v ,itor in Hamilton Thursday. X. A. O'Hara returned from Ana conda Saturday, where he attended the A. O. U. W. grand lodge. Watch the window for prizes at the Bike Shop Shooting Gallery. Valuable prizes given away each week beginning Monday, June 3d. tf. William ^Tourn age and son passed nrough town Saturday with a four corse team load of of truit enroute for he Salmon River country. N. B .Lappin who has had charge of .the harness department of the A. C. M. C. store,departed Sunday with his family for his old home at Rockford, 111 ..where he will engage in business. George W. Johuson and son James of Burnt Fork were welcome callers at this office Thursday. Mr. Johnson came to town for finishing lumber for the nice new residence he is build * mam & * * * * * * * * * * :f I Rings That little plain circlet of gold has probably more sig nificance attached to it than any other piece of jewelry you will ever want to buy, ot course, you want that ring to be the same fifty years hence. It must be unchanging. Our 18 carat rings are made in a heavy wide style. A nar row oval or a flat baud, select whatever pleases you best. The quality is the same in all. You perhaps don't care to discuss price in a matter of that kind—but you know our prices are always right. The Only Exclusive Jewelry Hcyre in the Valley. ' ! \J . À L. BA. Ï Jwtln i; j a _ f' * are 2882 males E. T. Buker of StevensviKe was a Hamilton visitor Thursday. According to the census rep >rt there voting in age Ra valli county in I 9 OO. Fred Ostermeyer assumed charge of the mechanical department of the Western News Monday. family have to their new md Miss' ; relatives Lovell Osbourne and moved down from Darby to home just south of town. Miss Minnie Harvev Fletcher of Butte are visitin and friends at Grantsdale. Decatur Buker has sold his fine farm near Victor to Frank Cramer. The consideration it is said was S35JO. W. T. Adair, Miles Romney and R. Lee McCulloch went to Helena yester day to attend the annual meeting of the Masonic Grand lodge. W. E. McMurry departed this morn ing for Spokane where he will spend a few days and accompany Mrs. Mc Murry and the children home. There will be qo preaching in the M. E. church, south, next Sunday but Rev. Hubbs and his congregation show their love and appreciation for the Presbyterian brethern by worship ing with them on that hour. Sunday school at 10 a. m. as a result. Owing to the sudden and severe ill ness of Rev. Bürgin of Butte. Rev R C. Rector was called there last Sun day and failed to reach Hamilton as was announced. But will be here tins coming Sun lay without fail at 8 p. m. and preach m tue M, E> church soutn. Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson were in from Woodside Saturday. Mr. John son brought in two sugar beets, one of which weighed pounds and m other 11 pounds. Mi. L-o * •>, ie beet sugar expert,after viewing tue ' said they were the largest tie lia i ev. r seen. The beets are on exhibition in Western News otfice. Hon. C. Crutchfield, his broiu . in-law, M. B. Payne, of Warreugt . .. Va.;G. VV. Dougherty, J. S. Keiu.n i and Will Walker 01 Corvallis starten Thursday 011 a trip to the Salmon ^ River country in Idaho. Mr. Crutch- ! fieid goes uii professional ousiness, Mr. Payne for nis heaitu and the oiher gentlemen for recreation pureiy. Dr. D. N. rieoer wno.witll uis t'au ,ly is now located at Pony,is »penning town, tie says Phi, ,s p h • j a few days o fast growing Aiinp .m . '; Ulli' I.;., ml. «■* idcucc acre. vV ^ ! Miss Kitty Cully^ visited friends in Helena the pas,t week. Eph Chaffin expects to go to Butte next week to accept a position in a clothing store. Mrs. C. W. Ayres of Fort Benton is visiting with the family of Rev. J A. Martin this week. I 1 rank P. Harlan of Darby is ex— p -cted home tomorrow evening from a h isty visit lo his former home in Min nesota. Ravalli County Abstract Co. will list y our property and be pleased to quote you prices on real estate, loans and insurance. 46-tf Harold Blake, who spent the summer months in Hamilton, went to Missoula Sunday morning to resume his studies in the university A carefully selected assortment of fall and winter millinery is now open at Miss Julia Krumtnel's. The ladies ate cordially invited to call, 46 2 t Under Sheri ft' D. A. Bishop went to Great F alls Sunday to attend the meet as di legate. W. Tisdale of the day morning for Coeur d'Alene City, lUatiu, will re tie will spend two weeks vi*»iini£ ir vtitU. K«. v . m ii. Ko urne ui the Presby terian Ctiifii'U Wiii jilCucll ilia ii.rcWui aerinou ïuiiiii.iy ivin.i Owing u. continued '•* • •* ■' 'Vico .0 .me Mon Lou P. Da in. 1 . , mu.;ti attenii Lvi • ■ coile a during the past • r it . « , - ' ofVith C r Ta>i ' 0UKc °* the . K *"K htB ot I y thou representing Ravalli lodge j .umber depart meut oi the A. C. M. Co. departed Sun- ' tu OOj P.i. Mr. ill. a,jirm n l . o. .1 species pi se ttle ooiautsts as " h re from Pa, Ô. Wiiitteuiurc, a I. Carriugt >v in » tauntv vV hutgiuore. Big Dam to Be Built at Hughes Creek. Jim Kerrigan came over from Hughes creek, Montana, Sunday, says the Gibbonsville correspondent of the Lemhi Herald. He says that Ward's Mining Co. is building a $2,000 dam in the creek with a 60-foot hase. The St. Louis company that has been try ing to ruh a dredge boat, found the gravel to hnçd for successful dredging. Gravel was from 27 to 32 feet deep. Several parties have com menced building a wagon road from Mineral Hill to the ^ndian creek mines. It only requires between four and five miles of road to be built. The near est railroad point will be then ninety miles of the mines. It is very likely the merchants In the Bitter Root val ley will profit from the new road being built. A Communication. Mr. Editor— Allow me to speak a few words in favor of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. I suffered for three 3 ears with the bronchitis and could not sleep at nights. I tried several doctors and various patent medicines, but could get nothing to give me any relief until my wife got a bottle of this valuable medicine, which has completely relieved me. — W. S Brockman. Bagnell, Mo. This rem edy is for sale by the Corner Drug Store. * Notice of 8 alc of Timber on State Lands. Helena, Montana, Sept 10, 1901. Notice is hereby given that the slate board of land commissioners of Mon tana will sell ;tt public auction, on th ■ 14th <!; \ of Oriob. r. 1901 ( G the high est bidder, at its oifice ■ > tbp state cap ital, all saw timber, not less than eight inches in diariieter twenty feet from the ground, growing on the south half and soqth lpilf of north half of section 16, township 9 north, range 20 west, in Ravalli county. Said timber will be sold at so much per thousand feet, and no bid for less than two dollars ($ 2 . 00 ) per thousand feet will he considered; timber to be scaled by the state timber scaler and paid for according to his scale. The board reserves the fight to reject any and all bids. Taus. I). Long, 46:4t. Register. 6 Excursion Rates via Northern Pacific. For Pan-American exposition, Buf falo. N. Y ., tickets on sale first and third Tuesdays of each month, limit 3U days, except Sept. 3rd when return limit will bo made (10 days west of • 1 Buffalo. Rates froity (Hamilton $68 15 and $69.65 all rail and $74.45 via boat from Duluth. For races at Anaconda Aug. 24th, tickets on sale ^.ug 23rd, limit three days, rate $6.60 round trip. For races at Butte. Aug. 29th aud Sept. 2nd, 1901: Tickets on sale Aug. 28th and Sept. 1, limit three days, rate $6.95 for round trip. For further information call on or write M. B. McBride, Agçut N. P Railway. Sugar Beet Expert Pleased. T. H. Loytids, the sugar beet ex pert, who is conducting the experi ments on the Bitter Root Stock fann and elsewhere about the valley and who began sampling the ^st of Sept., is highly pleased ^vitfi results. He in forms the Western News that the analysis of beets from all the patches shows an average of 16 per cent sugar. As the beets are ju.st beginning to ma ture aud the hulk of which will not fully mature before the latter part of October, he declares the results are oLiuou, ne utuuich me rcsRiia are most gratifying. An average of 12 per cent is not considered bad-that that j beipg the lowest average grade a facl 0, y wifi receive. In passing, the gen ' Bern n stated that size was ihe chief thing to . uard against in beet culture. The greatest amount of sugar is con taine hence rece 1 pou 1 lated . thin. in -mall beets when mature, t is hat beet factories will only ee - h e Ii under four . T e si .t t 1 1 lie ; if. « ■-i-ss of te.'t .s plantm regu - d COM PLEXION '• .......Mu- QO-it wonmu 1,aim's i 1 wil. euro constipation, clour up 1 It skin, sharpen tLio appe lle. .!" >I'm:!.!.:<• you look and fie ' ' 1 It act-. ptly livi'i and 'iow'Ik • Drugstore. •I like upon > . For sS MAKING. ; v the ladies ot Hamil opened 'ressmaking nth -tr north and re t a share of the pat Cai.li.er. tf. Au will I r.aui's Ii .1 too. nf f'i 'na-w in the ■ iit'll niter eutiiig'T • nofited by lining 'stomach aud Liver ; s. 1 cure liiilrliiuff ach. They regulate the Prien, '25 cents. Sold 11 St or . * m: fh'.t.s for nickel Ht t>hqp Shooting Gallery, the Bitve tf. the The try 32 five val a any of has 'Trap' .'"cS*» BBS WOGLEN aoons... Washed by us will feel soft e and pleasant to wear. NO PRICKLY HARSH FEELINGS. BUTTONS SEWED ON FR EE OF CH ARGE* Op Shirts, Collars and Cuffs We give you that Stiff, triable, OloBBy Finish So Much Bcsired. EQUAL. TO THE BEST—r ^I NFERIOR TO NONE Goods called for and delivered promptly. The Hamilton Laundry. NNMfWtNWNmrWtwF ■ Notlcfc of Sale of Real Estate. Notice is hereby given to all persons whomsoever, that the board of coun ty commissioners of Ravalli county, Montana, in pursuance of the author ity vested in it by subdivision 10 of Section No. 4230 of the po'iticul code of Montana, and by any and ail other laws and statute ol Montana, will at 10 o'clock a. 111 • m Saturday, the 12lh nay m Octooer, 1901, at the front dour ot the court house of said county, in tile town of Hamilton, iu said county and state, sell at public auction to the highest bidder, for cash, according to law, and convey by sufficient deed to the purchaser or purchasers, in sev eralty, each of the following described lots, pieces, parcels and tracts of land, situate in Ravalli county, Montana, and now the absolute property of said county, to-wit: Lots 1, 2, 6 , 8 , 9, H' and 12 in block No. 2; lots No. 4, 5, 7, 8 , 10 and 11 in block No. 3; Lots No. 1, b, 7, 8 , 9, 10. 11 and 12 in block No. 4; lots. No.' 1, 4, 7 8 , 9, 10, 11 and 12 in Block 5; lots No. 6 and 9 in block No. 6 ; lots No. 4, 5, 7, and 11 in block 7; Lots No. 2, 6 , and 9 in block No. 8 ; lots No. 2, and 4 in block No. 9; lots No. 2, 4, 6 , 8 , 10 and 12 in block No. It); lots No. 2, 4, 6 , and 9, in block No. 11; lots No. 4, 7 and 11 in on Med* 12 ; lots 1,2, 3, 4, 6 ,7,9 and 11 in block N ». 13; Lots 4, 7, 9 10 and 11 block No, 14; lots 2, 4, 6 , 7, 9, and 11 in block No. 15; All of the above lots being situated in the townsite of Riv erside, Ravalli county, Montana. Also lots No. 1 and 2 in block No 1; lots No. 1, 2, 3 and 4 in block No. 2; all in B. F. Sanders addition to the town of Riverside, Ravalli county, Montana. Also lots No. 2, 3, 8 , 9, 19, and 20 in block No. 14; lot 11 and the south half of lot 12 in block No. 9; lot 18 iu block No. 7; all in the original towDsite of Corvallis. Also lot No, 6 , in block No. 1 ; lot No. 3, block No. 2; lot No. 5 iu block No. 8 ; all in the townsite of River view. Also lots No. 1 to 15 inclusive block No. 5; lots No. 1 , 2, aud 3 block No. 8 ; lots No. 2 aud .3 iu block No. 11; all iu the original townsite of Grantsdale. Also lots No. 2 and 3 in block No. 4; lot No. 4 in block No. 5; all iu the orig inal townsite of Stevensville. Also lot No. 18 in block No. 13 of the townsite of Darby. The northwest quarter of the smith ea.it quarter and the north half of the snutuwest quarter and the southwest quarter ot tne Northeast quarter qf section 27, township 7 north of range 21 west of Montana Meridian, i The southwest quarter of northeast' 1 1 rti r; ;ln- north half of the soutjl • •!'• • o-r ami the southeast quarter h- 1 ' hi ut quarter of section 13, 2 r h if range 21 west of 11 a -Meridian, * sont 1 west quarter of section 28, -hip 1 north "f range 21 weit of 0 mtana Meridian, the north hair of the northeast piancr; .md the southeast quarter of the northeast quarter and the north' (Harter of the southeast quarter ct-e n 2 s, township 6 north of r I 21 west. ; lie -nu th west quarter of section 22 , i-tiip .. north of range 21 west. 1 ne by .order fthe board of county 1 .missions s of Ravalli county, Montana. Approved, J. R. Rawlins, Attest Chairman. Howard D. Smart, Clerk. Dated at Hamilton, Montana this 7'i 1 hay of September, 1901. 4t. or P of are 12 d f > re HEAD v.LY UP FEB WITH ACHE t.i uime dose of Sherman's Head a C ire will rid you of ij;. These ii-tHutaueous iu their effeot, and j. iy harmless. Keep a box iu 11 "»ui.* for emergencies. They I ir gin. 25c. aud 10c. a box. j, yr ouio by wvrtjer prug Store. on If a t of to to in 10. 7 7, in in in in Stray. Came to my place last July one roan gelding 8 or 10 years old; branded H on the left shoulder; weighs about 700. pounds and wears a bell. Owner please ( all, prove property, pa charges and take the animal aw.i. • IMG A. t»'iniiiiNs. Darby M,ml L. B. Howd. of Victor, writes «usin 11 11 in 1; 2; the in of lot of 4; the the qf i 13, of 28, of of of 22 , iu tf If you intend building .1 bmisc .-all on G. J. Vanden Burg for plans and specifications and contract with hiu. to build your bouse. ' tf HAIR WOffr PALL OUT. If You Kill tfie Dandruff llerirj New Treatment. with John N. Fuller, a well known citi zen of Colfax., Wash., says: *'I had dandruff so badly that, it caked on my scalp. Herpicido completely cured me." George H. McWhirk of Walla Walla, Wash., says; "Herpi cide completely cured me of a bad case of dandruff of 30 years' stand ing." They took the only really «eu - sible treatment, a remedy treatment a remedy that destroys the dandruff germ—Newbro's Herpicide. Stop dandruff, bair wou't fall out, but will grow naturally, luxuriantly. Allays itching instantly aud nfakes hair glossy and soft as silk. At druggists. One bottle will convince any doubter of its merits. ARE YOU TROUBLED with pimples? Or is your complexion cloudy ? If so ouo dose of Lauo's Tea will make a change. Ijt purities the blood, cures a foul breatfi, pi.ikes your complexion clear, and drives pimples and blackheads from the face. 50c. anil 25c. packages. For sale by Corner Drug Store. Xuttac to Co Owners. to Win..I. Ivonrliill, tils tietrs, oxuentors. ilii'ntnlsti'iitni's mi l ussiitiis: You uru liiMvhv iiollflml tluit I. Agues Tim mons. vour cio-mvn-i*. In iii'oor l "i"i! with the Iirovifi ms of so ti. n 2324 of UieR ivissl stat utes of the Vlilted etats s. eupt'tiUed In lulwr and Improvements on the Copp-r Chief Quiirtz Lode Mining Olftlni the sum of $100 tor the ye n- I Hilft, us tne necessary annual Iu, hor thereon, ns required bv law. The :iai<j claim Is situated In overwhtuh uilning dis trict, Ravalli eounty, Montana, bolng the claim in wlii'h you are the reputed Joint owner or an undivided one half Interest. And now that you. Win. J. Kendall, are hereby uotlfleci that if withi.i 90 days after t»e expiration or this notice bv publication, you full la» pay to the uiidersUiitut] your por t on. for the said representation oftlm said eiutm. beingS'» 0 . according to your real in to rest 1 m said c'uim, 1 he same will vest In and Imcome the sole property of the under signed, as provided by law. „ ,, AU NEWS TIMMONS. Hamilton, Montana, September IS. 1UH. scorn EMULSION OF COP-LIVER OIL WITH HYFOPHOSPHITES should always be kept in the house for the fol lowing reasons: FIRST- Because, if any member of the family has a hard cold, it will cure it." SECOND — Because, if the chil dren are delicate and sickly, St will Qtake them strong and well. THIRD —Because, if the father or mother is losing flesh and becom ing thin and emaciated, it will build them up and give them flesh and strength. FOURTH- Because it is the standard remedy in all throat and lung affections. No household should be without it. It can be taken in summer as well as in winter. 50c. *nd $1.00, all druggists. SCOTT A BOWNE, Chemists! New York.