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*•** NEW5. VOLUME XII. HAMILTON, MONTANA. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 11. 1901. NUMBER 7 X 4* 4* 4? 4* 4* 4 * 4? 4 " pi»wr^ 000 ^ ty , r 4*4*4* 4»4*4»X * ....Photos for Christmas.... Let us make some Photos for you in time for Christmas. Cloudy weather makes difference, if you come early. no •«««««« I J. Q. SHOWELL, Tammany Building J X 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4*4* 4* 4*^4* 4* 4» 4* 4* 4* *1*4* 4*1 I**»«*»*»«*»*»* A CHRISTMAS OPPORTUNITY Bargain Sales usually come after tne holidays, but we wish to make a clean sweep and have consequently au g u rated this in Grand Closing Out Sale Of GOLD and WATCHES, SILVERWARE CLOCKS and JEWELRY of All Kinds. Entire Stock Goes At Cost No reservation will be made. Everything goes. A rare op portunity to make your holi day purchases^at unequaled bargain prices. The profits have been slaughtered and the sale is now on. ...Hamilton... DRUG & JEWELRY CO. <&t**********#*»< HOLIDAYS ARE ALMOST HLRE And we propose to furnish our patrons with everything they <§* need in the way of Holiday Gifts. Our complete stock includes presents suitable for all —from grandpa down to the tiniest tot. WE PROPOSE TO MAKE A SPECIALTY OF $*. THE HOLIDAY TRADE *§* And Have Secured a Complete Stock of % riassive Silverware, Elegant Do % mestic and Imported China, I Up-to-Date Hechanical I Toys, Dolls, etc - V-, We carry one of the most complete lines of General Merchandise in j£Whe valley. We can sell you anything from a hairpin to a threshing machine, and our goods are new and first class. Appolottio, matters $ Co. Ulctor, montan*. The largest shippers of produce in the Bitter Root valley. ^4^^46454 4 4444,4444444454^ WORK IN WOODS RE SUMED BY COMPANY Camps Being Prepared—Full Crews Will Be Put to Work About the Fir^t. A dozen loggers on Monday last were sent to the woods by the lumber department of the A. C. M, Co. to prepare camps one, two and three, for resumption of logging operations on a large scale. Foreman Bobby Byrne has charge of the work. Full crews in all the camps will be put to work iminediatly after the first of the new year and several million feet of logs will have been skidded along the railroad on Camas in good season, for an early start of the big mill next season. The resumption of work in the woods by the company together with the ex tensive operations being carried on by the Largey interests across the river and at Woodside assures greater activ ity in lumbering circles thun has been enîoyed in .this vicinity for several year* and the town will doubtless pro fit accordingly. Wm. Rummel is in from Woodside today. Geo. Shupe was up from Victor last evening. John R Toole, came over from Ana conda Monday. J. W. Rickman and wife were up Victor Saturday. Dr. Goodenow and John Ritchie are back from a hunt on Skalkaho, where they killed some deer. The mercury in the thermometers last night dropped with a dull sicken thud to ten degrees below zero. The Episcopal Ladies' Guild Satur day took in $249.85. The guild will meet tomorrow at the home of Mrs. H. S. Page. Judge Webster last week denied the application of Charles E. Miller to be purged of contempt and ordered that the prisoner be kept in close confine ment until the accrued alimony, costs and attorneys' fees are paid. Miller has already served seven months and has stubbornly maintained that lie has no money. Dr. Edward W.Hagyard arrived last night from New York. The doctor says the dispersal sale of the Daly trotters proved highly satisfactory, the horses bringing fancy figures. The doctor is undecided yet as to his future location. He may locate at Spokane, or he may conclude to accept a tempt offer made him while in New York. Meantime, the doctor and family will be the guests of Mr. and Nrs. C. B Hart until after Christmas. Trainers Joe Rea and Humphrey Burns have accepted lucrative positions with Sen ator Bailey of Texas at his big breed ing establishment near Lexiugton,Ky. for last of in old Birthday Party. Miss Josic Stout entertained a few of her friends Friday evening at the Montana Hotel, in honor of her six teenth birthday anniversary. The evening was most enjoyably spent with music, games and in social com munion. At 10 o'clock an oyster sup per was served. The charming young hostess received numerous presents from well-wishing friends. Those present were: Misses Gussie Han son, Anna Bond, Maggie Summers, Lillie Chapmau, Ethlyn Chambers, Ada Downing, Amy Galeener and Mary Stout and Messrs J. M. Lowery, F. O. Block, C. J. Edwards, J. L. Mc Mutry, W. S. White, Harold Chambers Harry Chapman and Phil McIntosh. Births. Fitzgibbons—To Mr, and Mrs. John J. Fitzgibbons, Nov. 29, a daughter. Murray—T<a Mr. and Mrs. Howard Murray, Nov. 29, a son. Beavers—To Mr and Mrs. James Beavers, Grantsdale, Dec. 4, a son. Audersou—To Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson, Dec. 6, a boy. LEVI STMTOSOT MTSojif PANTS SAN FBANMMO* CAU VICTOR NEWS. Special Correspondence to the Western News Victor, Mont., Dec 10. Mrs. J. M. Price is visiting in He lena. Miss Maud Fulkerson is in Missoula for a few days. M. Kirchner did business in Helena last week. T. Johnson was over from Stevens ville last Friday. Miss Ella Carlton of Carlton is vis iting her sister, Mrs. G. A. Cates. J. Pascoe and family of Granite are guests of H. M. Fulkerson and wife. Mrs. M. L. Moore spent several days of last week in Missoula. The Ladies' Aid society of the Pres byterian church met with Mrs. G. I. Watters Thursday, H. M. Fulkerson and family visited in Grantsdale Saturday and Sunday. W. E. Hawley and the three-year old son of C. P. Mendel, on the east side, are quite ill with typhoid fever. Mrs. J P. Flannigan, G. H. Garnett and V. R. Woodmancy did business in the garden city Monday. Mrs. Wm. Dineen and children of Hamilton spent Sunday with Mrs. Dineen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Kerchner. J. M, Price and Madames A. L. Nicholas and T. J. Baird heard Quo Vadis in Hamilton Monday night. A fresh-oyster supper will be given in Opera hall Thursday evening for the benefit of the Presbyterian church, J. M. Price spent Wednesday and Thursday oi last week in Missoula purchasing a line of holiday goods and furniture. A'heavy fall of snow visited us on Thursday afternoon and evening. An other fall began Sunday night, con tinuing all day Monday, making the sleighing good. Mrs. M. M. Fowler returned Sunday evening from Missoula, where she has spent two weeks nursing her husband Mr. Fowler's condition is improving he now being able to sit up a short time each day. Miss Cora Mclntire died on Tuesday evening, Dïç. 3, and was buried on Thursday afternoon. Although Miss Mclntire had been ill for five weeks, the danger line was thought to be passed and she was thought to be im proving until a short time before her death. Mrs. G. W. Olds, who has been ill for the past ten days, is improving. M. $55. to C. of Terms of Court of the Fourth Judicial District for the Year 1902. Pursuant to an act of the Legisla tive Assembly of the State of Mon tana, approved March 7, 1901, it is hereby ordered that the terms of the District Court of the Fourth Judicial District of the State of Montana, for the year 1902. be, and they hereby are. fixed and appointed in each county in said District as follows, to-wit: IN RAVALLI COUNTY. First term—The second Monday in January. Second term—The second Monday in April. Third term—The second Monday in August. Fourth term—The second Monday in November. IN MISSOULA COUNTY, First term—The first Monday in February. Second term—The first Monday in May. Third term—The first Monday in September. Fourth term—The first Monday in December. It is further ordered that the clerk of said district court in each of said counties cause this order to he pub lished in some newspaper printed his county for three successive weeks immediately after the filing of this or der. as required by said act Dated December 5, 1901. Frederick C. Webster, Judge of the Fourth Judicial District of the State of Montana. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Broino Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signa ture is on each box. 25c Maccabees at Victor. Victor Tent No. 35, K. O. T. M., at the annual election, chose the follow ing officers for the ensuing year: Commander, J. E. Marvin; lieuten ant commander, J. W. Rickman; A. K., J, A. Barnhill; F. C., Thos. Ful kerson; chap., E. U. Cates; sergeant, John East; M. A., T. B. Smothers; 1st M. G., Perry Van Blaricom; 2d M. G , Byrd East; sentinel, Jas. Van Blancom: picket. Beqj. Roscoe. on Filed For Record. Deed—George May and wife to the Stevensville Training School ten acres Stevensville. $500. Deed—Henry Grover and wife to Jennie I. Smith £0 acres west of Ham ilton. $3,500. Deed—Victor Towns':te, Co. to Silas M. Ault lots 20 and 21 block 11 Victor. $55. Deed—James Hurley to Geo. I.Mar shall, 80 acres $1, Deed— M. G. Kern and wife.to G. L Martin lot 1 block 19, lot 7 block 4 Stevensville. $50. Deed—John McLaughlin and wife to G. L. Martin south one half lot 12, block 7 Stevensville. $120. Deed—Joseph S. Youngman to Robt. C. Smith small tract of land near Stevensville, $40. Deed—Thomas B. Tregilgus and wife of Ovanda, Mont, to Rosetta B. Goodwin of Florence, 80 acres. $1050. Deed—J. M. Sorrenson administra tor to estate of H. Sorrenson to Chris Jergenson, 160 acres East Fork. $450. Deed—Geo. May and wife to J. W. Baker %% acres Stevensville, $1,000. Deed—Asmus Christianson and wife of Darby to G, F. Brooks Missoula 160 acres $600. Deed—Arthur Beckwith to Curlew School distict one acre 310. Official bond—H. A. Briggs licensed auctioneer. Amount $5,000; securities A. L. Mowatt and A. N. Mittower. Deed—Monroe D. Fulkerson and wife to T, H. Hanbidge 40 acres near Victor. $2,000. Deed— M. D. Fulkerson ank wife to J. H. Hanbidge 40 acres near Victor $1,600. Deed—Peter O'Hare and wife to Benj. Graham 162 acres and four shares stocks in Bass Lake Dam Co. $ 1 , 100 . Deed—Geo. May and wife to John Slocum, lot 2, block 6, Dobbins's addi tion to Stevensville. $30. Deed—Joseph Edgar to Thos. Reil ley, 160 acres. $300. Deed—Geo. F. Brooks and wife to I. Scott, 160 acres near Curlew. $3200. Deed— B. F. See and wife to Chas, M. Crutchfield, lot 17, block 27, Ham- I ilton. $2000. Deed — James M, Applebury and wife to J. L. Humble, 160 acres on Ok lahoma bench. $300. I gif my 1 Deed—James Horn and wife to A.L. Johnston, 160 acres on Willow creek. $1 Official bond—Frank J. Morris, li censed auctioneer, $5,000, Sureties, F. E. Gage, Chas. Donovan, J. W. Nelson, J. L. Humble, Lamar Chaf fin, R. L. Perkins. Deed—Annie Cole to Chas. Bahler, 10 acres near Corvallis. $1. Deed—Martin McDonald to Malcolm McDonald, 160. $450. Deed—Margaret Ferrell to Id. D. Kippen, lots 11 and 12, block 21, Ham ilton. $1850. Deed—Andrew Languin to John Warp, Otter placer claim, Overwhich. $ 1 . Deed—Thos. A. Chaffiu and wife to James A. Chaffin, 160 acres near Corvallis. $22.60. Annual representation of J. R.lode, Eight Mile, by J. R. Latimer. Deed—Ole Erickson to Frank P. Keith, 120 acres near Florance. $150. Deed—1>. V. Bean and wife to F. H. Drinkenberg, 160 acres west of Hamilton. $600. Deed—J. J. Blankenship and wife to A. C. M. Co., 160 acres, Cam as. $1. Deed—W. T.Tyler and wife to F. L. Burns, lots 7 and 8, bik. 8, south side addition to Hamilton. $1. Deed—A- Languin to lohn Warp, Otter placer claim, Hughes creek. $1 Deed—Charles L. Cowell and wife toL. D. Cowell, 160 acres, Three Milo. $1160. Deed—Charles L. Cowell and wife to L. D. Cowell, 120 acres, Three Mile, $2500. Deed—Victor Townsite combany to Jesse B. Catos, lot 16, blk. 12, Vic tor. $30, Deed—Wm. Dawkes to Lou May nard, 5 acres west of Hamilton. $ 1 . Deed—John Jacobson to N. W. M. <& L. Co., saw timber on 80 acres near Florence. SUM). CHRISTMAS! CHRISTMAS!! A full and carefully selected line of Holiday goods and jewelry of all kinds at Frank L. Burns' Holiday headquar ters. 5-4t CARD OF THANKS. Wc desire to extend our heartfelt thanks to the kind friends and neigh bors of Victor who gave us ready r.yinpathy and kindly assistance at the time of our recent sad bereavement. Mrs. E. A. McIntyre, Wm. McIntyre, E. F. McIntyre, G. E. McIntyre. I. I and li W. D. John Xmas Greeting I will be very glad of an earlA op portunity to show you my clean, fresh stock of new and^beautiful Christina gif ts, because it certainly cotains PRESENTS TO PLEASE EVERYBODY Anyone who wants to purchase a Christmas gift, no matter wheter an elaborate article or a mere trifle, can make the best 1 selection and get the most favorable terms by lookiug thro my complete stock of holiday goods, which is full of novelties, new ideas, rarities, oddities, pretty conceits, orig. ina, designs, useful things and beau tiful things. Do not make your Xmas purchases before you see my endless variaty of up-to-date and suitable nov elties for Christmas presents. We mention but a>fewat the extraordinary prices we areioffering:— V La dies' Watche* 14-k solid gold, diamond center, Elgin full jeweled movement.. .$ 45 14k solid gold handsomely engrav ed cases, jeweled movement... 23 14k solid gold handsomely engrav ed Waltham movement......... 16 20 year gold filled case,gold raised ornameuts,fonly................ 20 Gold filled cases, fine enameled in colors,'good timers............ 3.5 Solid silver chatelaine, with pen dants, warranted timers.... 5,50 up Misses small sized chatelaine watches....................3.75 &5 Gents' Watçhes 1 14k solid^gôld, heavy casés, Ham • ilton 17 jeweled movement...... 65 Howard high grade, 14k extra heavy gold cases................ 95 Ross 20 year case, 17 jeweled move ments ...................... _. 24 20 year gold filled-£cases, Elgin movements................... , 12 Solid silver watches.......6.50, 8 & 10 Diamond Jewelry My stock of mounted and ed this year is larger than prices never so low. Ladies' diamond rings......$25to$125 Gents'diamond rings .......10 to 150 Ladies' diamond brooches.....9.50 up Gents' diamond links..............5 up Gents' diamond studs............10 up Gents' diamond lockets...........6 up You must them in order to appreci ate these prices. unmount ever and . Silverware At no time was I able to show* you such a splendid variety of the latest and best of silverware the mnrket af fords hundreds of new and dainty things. 4 piece quadruple plate tea sets... .............$8.50, 10, 14.50, up to 38 Water sets, coffee sets, berry setiT cake baskets, bread boats, pickle cas ters, candle sticks, shaving g ugs.jew el cases, tobacco boxes, smoking sets, berry bowls, cups and saucers, puff boxes, baby cups, baby sets, jarden iers, fern dishes, crumb trays, card re ceivers, handkerchief boxes,glove box- I es, match holders, toothpick, holders, napkin rings. Clocks Ormolu seal 24k gold plate.. .$2.50 up I 8 day tnaut.e,French marblised,6.50up I Genuine porcelain, 8 day.........7 up I Solid oak, 8 day...............3.50 upl Dozens [different styles.» alarm I clocks.........................10 upl Novelties Real French ebony toilet sets and I sterling silver, fine variety of rich! American cut glass, manicure sets,| umbrellas atul canes, vases, statuary I hair ggods, fine assortment of leather) goods, ladies' peach handle gold pens,| fountain pens, silver mounted suspen-| der and garter buckles, etc. Make your selections early and have| them laid aside for you. ENGRAVING FREE A. L. BANK, Jeweler and Optician, New is the time to select your read-1 ing matter for the long winter even-1 ings. The Western News has club bing arrangements whereby you secure the leading newspapers, maga-1 zincs, periodicals, farming journals ini connection with the county paper fori a mere bagatelle. Call on or address! the Western News. 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