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HIE WESTERN NEWS.
BmikTOR. Kavai.i.i TorNTY 'MONT. MU.KM HUMNKT. Kdltur Published Eva « y Wednesday. Weekly, one y rar. la ........... 82 .U' Weekly, six months, ln adv%uo« ......... l.i». Weekly, one year. If not ic.iut vance..... 2.W Weekly, six months. If not In advance.. I. 2 f Knfared *t the Post-Old ?e at Hamilton*< Beeond-OUss Matter. Advertising rates furnished on applies Mon. OWICIAt W> W OF RAVALLI COUNTY. To Advertise*. The Western News absolutely guarantees -ts advertisers an actual bona fide paid cir culation within Ravalli county three times greater than that of any other newspaper published in the known world. Advertising contracts will be mad»' subject to this guar Wednesday, October 23.1901. The Filipinos continue to manifest • woeful lack of affection for their Conquerors. On Sunday last an at tempt by the bolomen of Samar Island to annihilate another company Cf soldiers was narrowly averted. The American commanders reluctant ly admit that the entire archipelago is eoflamed against us. The Ameri can army of occupation still numbers over 40,000. That it will be employ ed a long time in the pacification of the Philippines, and may have to be largely increased, is tacitly admitted by those high in authority. The attorney general's office of Montana has been delivered of an opinion to the effect that teachers don't have to perform janitorial duties of the school room unless it be especially stipulated in the contract. It is like wise probably true that there is no stat ute requiring the pupils or anybody else to sweep or scrub the school room. Having left the school room in this deplorable plight it is now up to the general to evolve an erudite conclu sion as to who is responsible for the maintenance of cleanliness in these citadels of the republic. The total value of chickens and eggs produced in the United States in round numbers amounts to $300, 000,000 annually. This is equal to the value of all the gold, silver and iron ore produced in the country by a big majority. A hen trust would be one of the biggest things afloat. Perhaps we have one locally—eggs of the fresh, ranch variety right here in the heart of one of the greatest val leys in the world have averaged i quarter of a dollar a dozen during the past year. Many Southern newspapers are savagely criticising President Roose velt for iqvrtmg Booker T. Washing ton, a negro, and one of the foremost educators of the country, to dine with him at the White house. Mean while the president is appointin numerous democrats to important offices in the south, in perference to carpet bag republicans. And yet some people declare that "Teddy" is not a smooth politician. M. Sjtntos Dumont the daring young Brazilian aeronaut, on last Saturday made the circuit of Eiffel tower in Paris from St. Cloud in his balloon without mishap, thus demonstrat ing that he can direct an airship at will with his motor. M. Dumont pre diets that withiu a short time airship voyaging will be as popular as auto mobiling is at present, and he hope: some day to make "the little trip from Paris to New York" in au airship. At this distance it looks like the bureaucratic crusade against Admiral Schley has capsized. The witnesses for the prosecution, although at times lost in a tangled maze of lying, in the end, by their own testimony have proven the accused "not £ uilty" of ♦he kuavish charges preferred. The gallant admiral is making anothor Santiago finish.* Joseph F. Smith has hern chosen president of the church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Snints, more familiarly known as the Mormon ' church, to succeed Lorenzo Snow, de ceased. The member ship of this de nominatiou, despite the long warfare made upon it on account of the oil ions ' practice of polygamy, is steadily in-; «Tensing. | Judge C, C. Goodwin nestor of Hbcky Mountain newspnpordom ; hns retired from the editorship ! of the Salt Lake Tribune and will de- , vote himself to less esactiug literary j pursuits. Former Assistant Post- j master General Perry S. Heath has ! purchased tho Tribune. The Inter Mouutain intimates that peace will shortly reign in Butte— the copper surplus having been dis posed of. Should the Amalgamated and Heinze lie down together the copper amalgamation would be com plete and supreme. Local Mail Contracts. Robert H. Barclay special agent of the postoffice department came in Saturday night. Mr. Barclay has special supervision of the advertising of and letting of mail contrats. Heretofore the lesser mail contracts have been lumped off to some big bidder in the east und who sublet them to local carriers. The depart ment proposes to eliminate these middlemen and do business with the local carriers direct. Speaking of the innovation Mr. Bradley said to a Western News re porter: "A general advertising and letting of mail route contracts in the state of Montana is now under way. An in teresting feature of this advertise ment is that it contemplates placing all the contracts with local parties. The advantage of such a plan to local bidders and contractors and the pub lic in general, are obvious, and the innovation deserves the hearty co operation of all concerned. Bidding should be active and general, to sus tain the department in this move, and for the same reason bidders should be conservative and reasonable in their estimates, making due allowance for possible earnings outside of mail ser vice pay. Local bidders have now an mproved opportunity to contract di rect with the Government, with as sured pay and no danger of loss or delay through middlemen. Further information regarding routes advertis ed, instructions to bidders, etc., may be had at any postoffice, a copy of the general advertisement haviner been placed in the hands of each postmaster. The following routes have been ad vertised in Ravalli county. Hamilton, by Grantsdale and Como, to Darby, 174 miles, 6 times a week. Presont contract pity, §362.07 per year. Darby to Snla, 21£ miles,2times a week. Present contract pay, $272. - 50. Darby to Alta, 40 miles, once a week. Present contract pay, $241; sub-contract pay, $208. Corvallis to Corvallis station, 1.J miles, 12 times a week. Present con tract pay, $277.98; sub-contract pay, $270. Stevensville to Rosemont, 10 miles, twice a week. Present contract pay, $123; sub contract pay, $120. Florence to Pyretees, 8 miles, twice a week. Present contract pay, $131.48; sub-contract pay,$125.71. of of sub-contract pay,$125.71. ANOTHER HAIR DESTROYER. Herpicide is Death to Dandruff Germs. The germ burrows into the scalp, throwing up the cuticle in scales call ed dandruff, or scurf, and digging at the root oLthe hair where it saps tho hair's vitality. First comes the brit tle hair, then lusterless aud dead-like hair, then falling hair and finally baldness. Nine-tenths of the hair troubles are caused by dandruff. Without dandruff, hair will grow lux uriantly, as nature intended. ''Her picide" kills the dandruff germ, leav ing the hair to grow unhampered, as it does with the American red man. Don't forget Mitchell's sale, one week from next Saturday. A FREE PATTERN (your own selection) to every sub* scribcr. Only 50 cents a year. MSGALL'Si MAGAZINE' A LADIES' MAGAZINE. A gena ; beautiful colored plates; latent fashions; dressmaking economies ; fain y work; household hints; fiction, etc. Sub scribe to-dav, or, send sc. for latest copy Lady agents wanted, oend for terms. Stylish, Reliable, Simple, Up-to date, Economical and Absolutely Perfect-Fitiiiiff Taper Patterns. MS CALL A BAZAR« & •Patterns' AH Seam Allowed and Perfontlwi «fees the Bastiag and Setrisg Um«. Only io and 15 cents each—none higher Ask for them. Sold in neatly every city add town, or by mail from THE McCALL CO.. *tl3-115*117 Wf it 31st SU NHK YORK. I SCOTS Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is the meahs of life, and enjoyment of life to thousands: men women and children. When appetite fails, it re stores it. When food is a burden, it lifts tjie burden. When youlose flesh.it brings the plumpness of health. When work is hard and duty is heavy, it makes life bright. It is the thin edge of the wedge; the thick end is food, But what is the use of food when you hate it, and can't di gest it? Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is thefood that make you forget your stomach. If you have not tried It, send for fra a sample. Its agreeable taste wil surorise you. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, •409 Pearl Street. New York. BOc. and $1.00 ; all druesista. Maktt Report. The quotations given below arc the prevailng prices Wednesday morning and are subject to change at any time Butter, ranch 25c per lb., creamery 30c per lb Apples,$1. , Eggs, 25c doz. Potatoes, 31.00 per 100 lbs Hay—Wild, $7,50@$3.00;. mixed, $8 50<§9.50; timothy,-12.00, Baled. Oats, 1»email@example.com per 100 lbs Wheat, 75c per bushel. Onions,$1.00 per 100 lbs. Cabbage, 50c per 100 lbs. Beets, 45c per 100 lbs. Carrots, 40c per 100 lbs. Stepped Into Live Coals. "When a child I burned my foot frightfully," writes W. H. Eads, of Jones ville, Va., ''which caused hor rible leg sores for 30 years, but Buck lea's Arnica Salve wholly cured ms after everything else failed.'' Infall ible for Burns, Scalds, Cats, Sores, Bruises and Piles. Sold by Corner Drug Store. * Dissolution Notice. We the undersigned, conducting a general butchering business at Victor, Montana, under the hrm name and style of Mowatt & White have this day dissolved partnership by mutual consent, Jas. H. White retiring from the firm. A. L. Mowatt will continue ihe business and will collect ail bills owing to the firm and assume all lia bilities. , James H. White. Arthur L. Mowatt. Victor, Montana, Sept. 24, 1901. I have bought the entire outfit of furniture, dishes, etc. with which the A. C. M. Co. mill boarding house was furnished, consisting of a varied as sortment of household goods which I am closing out very cheap. Call and see if there isn't something you need. Some rare bargains are offered. J. Kleinoeder, Cone building, East Main street. tf. 3 it a , Public Sale. Hugh McLean will on Saturday Nov. 2, at his home one half mile from Darby sell at public auction 30 head of cattle, 7 brood mares, 7 colts, a wagon harness and other articles too numer ous to mention. Terms cash or bank able note. For sale or trade a complete butcher ing outfit, good as new. Call on or address Jacob Helwig.Hamilton. 4t. FOUND—A lady's cloth jacket. Owner call at this office, identify prop erty, pay for this notice and receive the same. 49—tf FOR SALE—35 or 40 fat hogs, that weigh from 100 to 150 pounds. Call at Western News office. 49-tf. All kinds of plain and fancy sew ing done on short notice. Will sew by the day or do piece work as the customer desires. Call on or address Mrs. E. J. Bales, next door to White laundry,Hamilton, Mont. Furnished or unfurnished Call on J. D.Powers. rooms tf. Notice of Taxes Due. Hamilton, Mont. Oct. 15th, 1901. Notice is hereby given that taxes will be delinquent on the 30th day of November next at 6 o'clock p. m. and unless paid prior thereto ten per cent will be added to the amount thereof. Payment of taxes may be made at the I county treasurer's office between the hours of 9 a. in. and 5 p. in, each week day in the county court house, Hamil ton Montana. c harlkj H. Buck, Treasurer o ; Ravalli county M >ut. J. K. S^uiers. Deputy. After banking hours go t<> the J 0 to get your checks cashed. 4t. W. P. O'Brien Notice the new novelties Hageman & Moore show cane. Auction Sale. I will offer at public sale on Saturday Oct 23 at 2 v. m. on my premises, Fourth and Madison streets, Hamilton the lollowing goods; 2 bed room suits; I edspr'nsts and mattresses; one din ing table; 1 bed lounge; dining chairs and rockers; 2 good cook stoves; 3 heat ing stoves,Singer sewing machine and other articles too numerous to men tion. I w.ll also sell if not sold before day of sale, 2 good work horses, a wag gon and harness and one two-seated buggy. Terms Cash. 2t Thos. H. Gibbins. Tot Causes Night Alarm, "One night my brother's lui», ake i wit i croup," writes Mrs. 4. Snider, of Crittenden,Ky, "it sueme i it would strangle before we could g ■; a doctor, so we gave it Dr King'-* New Discovery, which gave quick re lief and permanently cured it. We always keep in the bouse to protect our children from croup and Whoop ing cough. II cured me of a chronic bronchial trouble that no other rein- j edy woul 1 relieve." Infalliablc for ! coughs, colds, throat and lung troub-j les. 50o and $L. Trial bottle free at Corner Drug Store. * Stray. Came to my place last July one roan gelding 8 or 10 years old; branded It on the left shoulder; weighs about 700 pounds and wears a bell. Owner please call, prove property, pay charges and take the animal away. Geo. A. Robbins. Darbv Mont. j IS j ; Official Notice. Notice is hereby given that a special meeting of the board of county com missioners of Ravalli county, Mont., will be held on Saturday, Oct. 26, 1901, for the purpose of examining plans for poor house and taking steps for the construction of same. Done by order of the board. Dated at Hamilton, Mont., Oct 16, 1901. Howard D. Smart, 50-2t Clerk. Sheriff's Sale. Josse B. Roote and W. A. Clark. .Tr., Plain - tiffs, vs. Surah E. Cleveland, Defendant. To be sold at Sheri ff's Sale : On tlietSth duy of November. A. IV. 1901. at 2 o'clock, p. m.. at the front door of the court house, in the town of Hamilton, County of Ravalli. State of Montana, the following de scribed real property: NEH of Sec. 22, Township ", Range 20. west. Dated this 15th day of Oct.. 1901. J. D. WATTS. Sheriff of Ravalli County, Montana. Bucks for Sale. I have three finely-bred Shropshire bucks for sale. J. J. Southwick, 50-tf Hamilton. For the best fruit trees be sure and order from our old reliable Oregon Nursery Co. Address B. A. Mitchell, Missoula Montana. 47-8t. Two shots for a nickel at Shop Shooting Gallery. the What's Your Face Worth? Sometimes a fortune, but never if you have a jaundiced, moth patches and blotches on the skin,-all signs of liver trouble. Clear Skin, iiosy Cheeks, Rich Compaction. Only 25c at Corner Drug Store, * Ir E 5 £ Sf; mp w fk, j j i f The father? £7$- Gone for the F J &*;**■"' doctor. The / mother? Alone Ï < with her suffer ing child. ,s Will the doc- v . tor never ^ come ? ^ When there > é *is croup in ^ 1 the house you -can't get the doc ' tor quick enough. It's too dangerous to wait. Don't make such a mis take again; it may cost a life. Always keep on hand a dollar bottle of lÂÿW-îS It cures the croup at once. Then when any one in the family comes down with a hard cold or cough â few doses of the Pectoral will cut short the attack at once. A 25 cent bottle will cure a miserable cold; the 50c. size is better for a cold that has been hanging on. Km. (fee dollar cite on bird. ■'About25 years ngo I came near dvinff with ooaaumutiou, but was •urea with Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, since which time I have kept Ayer's medicines in the bouse and recom mend them to all my friends." C. 1*. Math f.w'ron, Jan. 1C, 1839. Bristol, Yt. Write the Doctor. comp:.iln: whatever____ best medic'i 1 advice, write the doctor freely. Address Or. J. C. Am, Leweil, Mus. . ..Is. 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I feel that I can con sistently recommend the medicine to all who are afflicted wiih this distressing disease. ' Yours respectfully, O. D. PHELPS, M. D. Dr. Taft Bros. Medicine Co. — Feb, ^ 1901, Gentlemen: I was troubled with Asthma for 22 yeara. I have tried numer ous remedies, but they have all failed. I ran across your advertisement and started with a trial bottle. I found relief at once. I have siuce purchased your full-size bottle, and I am ever grateful. I have a family of four children, and for six years was unable to work. I am now in the best of health and am doing business every day. This testimony you can make use of as you see fit. Home address, 235 Riyington street. S. RAPHAEL, 67 East 129th st M City. trial Bottle Se m -Absolutely free 0a Re ceipt of Postal. Do not delay. Write at once, addressing' DR. TAFT BROS,' MEDICINE CO., 79 East 130th St., N. Y. City. " The Bitter Root Stable u Is the pace to put up your team. Wheu You t om» to Hamilton. HofSCS Boäfdcd at Reasonable Rates. » Our livery D ams are fresh; our rigs are neat, clear mu stylish. Conveyances to any part the of com i y. JAMES R. RAWLINS, PROPRIETOR. | ---------- You can sleep like atop in a Burlington chair-car. The air is gqod, the car is not too warm, and your seat, when adjusted at 1 he proper angle is nearly as comfort able as a couch. Cover yonrself with an overcoat or shawl, get a pillow from the,, porter— and there you are. • At 10:30 the lights are lowered, and from that time until morning the car is almost as quiet as your own room at home. Omaha, Denver, Chicago, Kansas City, St, Lonis— and EVERYWHERE beyond. letters of inquiry, addressed to tbe under signed will receive prompt attention. H. P. RUGSR. ASBNTj 6 North Mali,|4t. Helena, Most, H. B. SSGUR. aiMissL assist. gEL. Billings, Mont, ....TAXIDERHY... Artistic life-like mountings of Birds and Mammals. GAflE HEADS and FUR A SPECIALTY. RUQ5 No whole moose, deer or elk mount ed this season. E. 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