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Hamilton, l WESTERN NEWS k »At.Lt County. Mont. MILKS ROMN. Published Eveky WR«. >N ' RSnAY - Weekly, one year, in aov ............... Weekly, six months. In advance.......... Weekly, one year. 1 f not it advance..... Weekly, six months. If not In advance.. Entered at the Post-Office at Hamilton as Second-Class Matter. - Advertising rates furnished on applica tion. OFFICIAL OF RAVALLI COUNTY. To Advertisers. The Western News absolutely guarantees .ts advertisers an actual bona tide paid cir culation within Ravalli county three times greater than that of any other newspaper oubllshed in the known world. Advertising contracts will be made subject to this guar antee. Wednesday, December 11, 1901. ADOPT niNNESOTA PLAN. The honorary commission appoint ed by Governor Toole to devise ways and means to raise funds for a Mon tana exhibit at the St. Louis world's fair in 1903, at a meeting last week decided to adopt the Minnesota plan for raising funds. Under this plan each county of the state pays it s pr o portion of the total on the basis of the assessment for taxation. The commission decided to raise $25,000 for the collection of exhibits and to start the building, and will ask the legislature next winter to appropriate $50,000, half of which is to be used for carrying on the good work to completion and the other half to re imburse those who now secure the preliminary fund. In each county a dozen or more citizens will sign a note which can be negotiated at a lo cal bank, and thus the money will be available at once. Ravalli county's proportion of the fund will be $475. Commissioner W. E. Bass, represent ing this county, was present at the meeting and of course was able to as sure the commission that Ravalli would gladly do her part. The world's fair at St. Louis will be the biggest on record and this state should have a creditable display. If it can be had for $50,000, the sum will certainly have been most wisely expended. and DALN MEMORIAL FUND. The pres? committee of the Daly ; ^ Memorial association, consisting of J. H. Durston, J. B. Read and YY. W. I i Cheelv, k. the ■ ! News to receive, receipt for and for ward to the treasurer of the fund contributions to be devoted to erect ing a bronze statue in Butte to the late Marcus Daly. The cost of this . statue is to approximate $25,000 and j of which the miners of Butte have j already contributed about $5,000. This paper will cheerfully comply : with the request. Any and all per sona who desire in this manner to 1 is testify their appreciation of Mr. Daly as one of the state's great captains of iudustrv may call at this office and deposit their offerings to be forward , , , . ed to the treasurer at Butte and from time to time the Western News will g make due acknowledgement of name and amount in these columns. This j town and county are among tho most prosperous soctious of tho state: the town and many of its citizens owe much to Mr. Daly, and this is a most fitting manner in which to show their appreciation. The great railway companies of the west are making unusual efforts to settle the regions they traverse and Montana is to receive special utteu tiou the coming season. TL of new settlers will flock to this state during the ensuing year, and of course the world-famed Bitter Root will attract u largo share of these de sirable immigrants. Wo have plenty of room for them the great Bitter Root valley can comfortably support a population of 50,U0U, and that num ber will be resident here in tho not distaut future. If President Roosevelt is iu dead earnest in his avowed intention to see that postmasters devote their entire j time to their offices, and that federal office holders in general refrain from jp ppBf.iV'', such' isands as serving on committees, delegates to conventions, etc., what is to become of Tom Carter's machine nndjthe de pendents thereof? No wonder the oily senator proposes to emigrate to Seattle. According to tho annual report, of 'State Treasurer Barret, tho total re ceipts of the state during the fiscal year ending Nov. 30 were: $1,343,338, 75. The disbursements woro $1,302. 773,04 leaving a surplus of receipts over expenditures of $40,559,71. The revenues derived from the sale and leases of state lauds amounted to $129, 710.73. Oklahoma, New Mexico and Arizo na are knocking at tho door of the 57th congress, prayiug for admission into the sisterhood of states. Those territories that can show strong re publican proclivities in Iho past will probably be admitted. 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 FOR SALE. Well improved five acre ttact 1.' miles south of Hamilton Depot. George A. Million, 6tf Corvallis. COUGHS AND COLDS IN CHILD REN. Recommendation of a Well Known Chicago Physician. I use and prescribe Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for almost all obsti nate, constricted coughs, with direct results. 1 presdribe it to children of all ages. Am glad to recommend it to all in need and seeking relief from colds and coughs and bronchial afflictions. It is non-narcotic and safe in the hands of the most unproffes sional. A universal pauacea for all mankind. — Mrs. Mary R. Melendv, M. D., Ph. D., Chicago, 111. This remedy is for sale by Correr Drug Store. p. a. to 4t. For Rent—Four-room frame house with water, South Second street. Apply at Hamilton Book Store. 6t If you would have au appetite liko a bear and u relish for your meals take Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They correct disorders of tho stomach and regulate the liver and bowels. Price, 25 cents. Samples ; ^ ree > at C orner Drug Store. I Stop at the Montana House, one i block east of the court house, when in Hamilton. Strictly first class. E ectric baths and Nicy ■ furnished rooms. Rates *1 per day. ! Single meals 25 cents. J. L. Stout, prop. 4t. MISCALLED "HAIR TONICS." jjair Preparations are Merely j Scalp Irritauts, of no value, j Most hair preparations are merely scalp irritants, miscalled hair tonics. : When hair is brittle, lusterless and begins to fall out, the dandruff germ 1 is getting in its deadly' work at roots, sapping the vitality. Since scienoe discovered that dandruff was a germ disease there has been only oue prep aratiou put on the market that, will actual , ly d "^' ,y ,ho dandruff germ, and that is Newbro's Herpicide. It ... . . ,, , , .. allays itching instantly, destroys the g er ni; and the falling hair stops, and hair grows iuxuriatly. Ask yourdrug j gist for Herpicide. It allays itching instantly; makes hail grow. Wood split and corded. Prices rea sonable. Leave orders at Coulter's B. A. Grusli. 4—3t A. J. Snell waute 1 to attend a party, but was afraid to do so on ac count of pains in his bowels, which he feared would grow worse. He says, 'T was telling my troubles to a lady friend, who said: 'Chamber Iain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy will put you in a condition f° r ^ le party.' I bought a bottle and take pleasure iu stating that two j doses cured mo and enabled mo to ! have a good lime ai the party." Mr. j Snell is a resident of Summer Hill, ! N . Y. This remedy i.s for sale by the i Corner Drug Store. If You Could Look 1 intothe futurcar.d see the condition to which your cough, if neglected, will bring you, you would seek relief nt once—aiul that naturally would be through Shiloh's Consumption ^ Guaranteed to cure Con I 1 11^sumption, Bronchitis, \^UI w Asthma, and all Lung Troubles. Cures Coughs and Colds ina day. 25 cents. Write to S. C. WELLS & Co., Le Roy, N. Y., for free trial bottle._ I Coughed " I had a most stubborn cough for many years. It deprived me of sleep and I grew very thin. I then tried Ayer's Cherry pectoral, and was qu'-- ,j| y cured.'* R. N. Mann, Fall Mills, Tenu. Sixty years of cures and such testimony as the above have taught us what Ayer's Cherry Pectoral will do. We know it's the great est cough remedy ever made. And you will say so, too, after you try it. There's cure in every drop. Tbrce (lies : 25c., 50c., $1. All drsRlstt. Consult your doctor. If he says take it, then do as be says. If he tells you not to take it. then don't take it. Ha knows. Leave It with him. We are willing. J. C. AVER CO.. Lowell, Mast. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP Notice is hereby given that the part nership heretofore existing between T. H. Hanbidge and H. J. St. John, under the firm name and style of Han bidge & St. John, ana doing a general drug business in the town of Victor, Mont., has this day been dissolved by mutual'consent.T. H. Hanbidge retir ing from the firm. The firm of St. John & Fulkerson, composed of Henry J. St. John and Monroe D. Fulkerson, assume the liabilities of the late firm and will collect all bills owing to it. T. H.- Hanbidge, H. J. St. John, M. D. Fulkerson. Victor, Mont , Dec. 2, 1901. 6-4t On Sunday, October 27, the Bur lington placed its fourth exclusive fast mad train in service between Omaha and Chicago. It leaves the Council Bluffs transfer depot at 8:05 p. m., arriving in Chicago at 7:05 a. m.—an eleven-hour run. After banking hours go to the 400 to get your checks cashed. 4t. W. P. O'Brien. Calling cards, latest styles, at West ern News office. WE MUST WASH We may live without poetry, music and art. We may live without conscience, and love wit lion t heart ; We may live with* ut lovers, live without hope. Hut civilized women cannot live without SOap. rwTFwik« We may live without hooks—what is know ledge but sorrow? We may live without lawsuits. Indictments or quashing. But where is the one'.vhocan live without washing? , PATRONIZE THE HAMILTON LAUNDRY. Flannels? Yes. wo wash them; we know all about flannels. Shrink them? Yes. that's easy. Make them larger after they've been shrunk? Yes.but that's not so easy, or, better still.we return them the same -ize. TIDWELL BROS. Are You a BUSINESS MAN? If so, you will be interestep in a monthly magazine rtevotedVmly to your needs. Its title is BUSINESS AJounal for the 1 ■ ■ Counting Room j ! j ! i und »-very issue contains departments on subjects, such us these: Office Management Great Business Institutions Legal Decisions Credits and Collections Commercial Law Practical Accounting Bookkeeping Profitable Publicity. Advertising Whet her you are well established, whet her you have just started, or whether you have not yet lieguu, BUSINESS will ho sur«' to he of benefit, to you. Send K e for qiy I'er tear. SI .110. Books for Business Men Promissory Notes, Checks. Drafts etc., 200 pages, bound in cloth.$2. Successful Men of Business, 25c. Partnership, 25c Bookkeeping Frauds and Mein -d for Their Detection, 22c. BUSINESS PULISHING CO. American Tract Building. New i.. .. «g HAMILTON HOTEL ? 1 PS Ci very Stables THOS. BEAVERS. PROPRIETOR. The Finest Turnouts in the City 1 mill not be beat in Kates Opposite the Depot, Hamilton, Mont. VICTOR Blacksmith .SHOP.. GREGORY & STEVEN, Proprietors. General Blacksmiths and Wagon Makers Horse Shoeing a Specialty We Repair Farming and Mill Machin ery, Engines, etc., skillfully and promptly. Satisfaction guar anteed. A share of the pub lic patronage solicited. GREGORY & STEVENS, VICTOR, MONTANA. ....TAXIDERMY.... Artistic life-like mountings of Birds and Mammals. ÜAflE HEADS and FUR A SPECIALTY. RUOS No whole moose, deer or elk mount ed this season. E. EV ANDER, NOKTII SECOND SI It K ET, H. A. Briggs LICENSED AUCTIONEER VICTOR, TVT Oj" T «I. S. Foust lewder.* Watch Repairing Specialty The ONLY Complete Bicycle Repairing Shop Between Hamilton (§; Missoula ? «, STEVENSV1LLE, MONTAN 1 REOPENING^ By TOM GEE in "Lucky Joe" Bid. One door west of Owl saloon. SHORT ORDERS A SPECIALTY All the delicacies are served in sea son. Noodle soup and chop souie. Everything the market affords. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Single Meals 25 Cts. Ravalli ßoimty Kesiaiiram. ..CETV~cäÄY a . E. Terpen ing Alt work entrusted to my .' ire will lie st-edily and sallsfaeioi ily dime PRICES REASONABLE. EcaiK Orders at Hamilton Hook Store êv^A This signature is on every box o;' the genuine Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets the remedy that cum a eokl is mh day MAKE YOUR WIFE HA P I At Christmas by buying her tome oi our Exquisite China We are showing the handsomest line of FRENCH, AUSTRIAN and JAP ANESE china: ever seen in Hamilton. An examination of our stock will convince you that this is no idle statement but a fact. We also have a complete stock of pat terns in English semi-porcelain SEE OUR ' SHOW "W11ST ID ( )W. McMurry, Cooper & Grill 1 The Bitter Root Stable § Is the pace to put up yourteam. Hr, When You Come to Hamilton. HofSCS Boâfdcd ttt Reasonable Kates. Our livery teams are fresh; our rigs are neat, clear tuu stylish. Conveyances to any part the of coui i y. ■J ASHES R. RAWLINS, PROPRIETOR. mss^i A Long Joiiiviay ENade Short BURLINGTON ROUTE Times ilies aboard the St. Louis special. You dine, sloop, chat, read, look at tho scenery—and you are at your journey's end, as full of vigor as when you started. Measured by miles it is a long way from Washington or Montana to Omaha. Kansas City, Denver or St. Louis. Measured by minutes it is al most as easy as going down town. Write for folder giving full informa tion, or call at nearest Northern Pa cific ticket office. H. F. RuGER, Agent, 6 North Main St.. Helena, Mont. H. B. SkV.ur, General Agent, Billings, Mont . WE CARRY THE Finest Fruits, Freshest Vegetables, Sweetest Butter, Purest Jellies, Sourest Pickles, Standard Canned Goods, Condiments, Candies, Nuts, Etc., Etc. Lioyd Reimel, Manager. Get Youi Job Printing at Western News Office.