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^ ^ > > $ Only 94 Pair of Our Job Shoes Left /IS /IS /IS /IS /IS Just TWO CASES OF T"J f I * ladies' ^ i edestnan They came about two months later than PUSH-'EM-OUT PRICES on them,^ j» we expected. We have put j> & jß> j* /IS /IS /IS /IS $3tpedestrian skirts for.... $4.50 pedestrian skirts for. $6 pedestrian skirts for. . . . . . .$1.85 ... 3.95 ... 4.75 $8 pedestriad skirts for...................6.50 $3.75 misses pedestrian skirts for......... 3.00 $6 misses pedestrian skirts for............ 4.75 /IS /IS /IS Thcseflarc great values, with from 10 to 20 rows of stitching around bottom of skirt, strapecFdown sides and half straped^The biggest values ever offered in the city Only 94 Pair of Our Job Shoes Left We have only 94 pair of shoes left on our job counter this morning. They were $2, $2.50, $3, $3.50 and $4 shoes when sold inregular way. We want to close them out in a rush and offer you pick of the lot for.... «s Do you $1.00 a Pair. jj want a shoe for this little money? $ --. V Yours for Bargains S County Mercantile Company j /!> is. Bitter Root Brevities. « A. Aichiele of Woodside was a busi ness visitor in Hamilton Saturday. Walter Smith of Darby is confined at the Sisters' hospital, Missoula, with a bad case of typhoid. Dr. N. W. Goodenow has moved his office into nicely furnished rooms over the Hamilton Drug & Jewelry store. Miss Lillian Emrick, sister of Mrs. Frank H. Walker, went to Butte Fri day where she will be the guest of Miss Annie Ward. Mr. and Mrs. Jess T. Boardtnan, who lately returned from Anaconda, are comfortably domiciled for the win- I ter in the Gibbins residence, corner | Fourth and Bedford streets. ! The fees of the clerk of the court's j office last quarter amounted to $818 and for the fiscal year ending Novein ber 30 twice the amount of fees were i offic than any taken in by that year previous. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rose, late of Omaha, Neb., have taken possession of the David Shearer ranch near Grantsdale, recently purchased by Mrs. Moore of Butte. The place will be run as a recruiting station for a dairy business at Butte. Dr. and Mrs. T. B. Owing» depart ed last week for sunny Cauf . i i where they will spend the winter. Dr. and Mrs. E. G. Ellis have moved into their apartments over A. L. Bank's jewelry store and where Dr. Ellis has established his dental parlors. The two boys who had been confined in the county jail for several weeks for purloining several bottles* of whiskey from the Headquarters saloon were released last Thursday, they having evinced a proper degree of oenitence and restitution having been made for loss of the goods. Mrs. Cummins has been visiting lier many friends here and ttie other val lev towns for several days past, bid ding them goodbye before starting on her southern coast trip. She will start the latter part of this week, taking the California route,tarrying a while at Los Angeles, and expects to return here in about six m tilths. An all day turkey shoot, under the management of A.O. Howe, is annouc ed to take place at Corvallis on Mon day Dec. 23. The prizes will consist of hundreds of turkeys, ducks and chick ens, a 95 dollar organ, a 45 dollar sevv 7 ing machine, several loads of apples etc. The nimrods are privileged to use their own shotguns, rifles and re »olvfcrs. In the shotgun shoot factory I liams of Grantsdale against William | Lawless over a 160 acre homestead will ! be heard by U. S Commissioner Mor j ris in this c,tv on I;in ' U ' 1902 ' J. E. Stevens. the new postmaster was checked into office by Mr. Roberts, the late incumbent last Thursday eve shells loaded with No. 8 shot will be I used. "Doc" Jones is sojourning at Pipe- j stone springs. Chas. Donovan returned Saturday from a trip to the Copper Cliff mining district. J. W. Mehargue has been succeeded as manager of the Montana hotel at Anaconda by J. S. Marshall, late of Cleveland, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gorham have returned from Butte. Mr. Gorham now being employed at Florence and Mrs. Gorliam is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bush of Grantsdale. i The contest case of Lewis D. Wil of by a i Dr. has for ning. Miss Daisy Bonp and Bruce Wells have been retained as assis tants. Prof. KcKay attended a meeting of the state board of education at Helena last wo k and while there was chosen representative of the board at the meeting of the National Educational Association which meets at Minne apolis next year, Fn:'\ a ' . , -now has fallen in 'this vai'ev during the past week. Much of this warm sti the unfrozen ground great benefit to the range and crops next season. Arouml Hamilton and in the lower valley the roads are left i in pretty bad shape, there being nei ther sleighing or wheeling. From Sleeping Child ifp the the valley sleigh J i j I I has sunk into I ul will be of i I | j | j , j & Pcrs Grape Créa® or Tartar mm •S^R? POWDER Awarded dichtst Honors, World's Fair Sold Modal. Midwinter Fair V ing is reported good. The heavy snow fall is general al' over Montana, Under-Sheriff Dave Bishop arrived home Monday evening from his trip cast. L. Chindahl who is running a gra ding crew at Republic, Wash., visited his family at Grantsdale last week. Albert Wetzsteon, a prosperous young cattleman of Sula, was down yesterday after a load of supplies. Hamilton public schools will close for the holidays on Monday evening, Dec. 23, and reopen on Thursday Jan, Will Grush, late of the Stevensville hotel bar, has succeeded W. P. Mc Cauley as juggler of liquids at the Paragon. Mr. anc Mrs. John B. Harris of Philipsberg visited his mother, Mrs. P. W. Fann and other relatives here last week. Ravalli County Abstract Co. will list your property and be pleased to quote you prices on real estate, loans and insurance. 46-tf. Deputy County Clerk G. A. Reese and family arrived home Friday eve. from La Porte,Ind. where thev visited at their old home. 1 ! Fred Cooley, Thos. Brothers, Vitus Oexler and Philip Eschbach of Victor last week made declaratory statements in the Missoula land office. Mr and Mrs. Jesse Bright, of High wood. Mont, arrived last week, called py the dangerous illness of D. K.. Sparks, brother of Mrs. Bright. Mr. and Mrs. C.C Rennix and Miss Olive will depart tomorrow for West Virginia where they will sojourn during the winter, returning to Hum March. The Odd Fellows of Darby will give a grand ball at Hammond's hall next Friday evening, the proceeds to go to ] the Orphans' home fund of that fra-; ternity. A complete report of the proceed- I ings of the board of county commis sioners, at the regular December quar terly meeting, is published on page five of this issue of the Western News. Nettie Powell of Stevensville, yes terday began divorce proceedings in the district court against James E Powell, on the ground of infidelity. Annie Collins of Butte is named as co respondent. ! The divorce suit of Cora C. Hunter i against Frank Hunter, both formerly I I of Stevensville vicinity, has been transfered from Deer Lodge count y back to Ravalli. Breen & Mackey of ; Butte arc attorneys for plaintiff and i former Gov. Robert B. Smith repre 1 sents tile defendant are likely to be used for Biasing coffee t If you knew, you would be sure to demand Lion Coffee which is never contaminated with any glazing of any sort, either eggs or glue—just pure, fresh, strong, f ragraut cotie©. The sealed pock aw Insures uni form quality and freshness. ! j j : 1 ' HUMAN MONKEY OF JAVA. Profeasor Haeekel Gives Soins Inter esting Information About the Strange Animal. Prof. Haeckel's latest publication I contains some curious information • J I about the human monkey of Java, most interesting specimen of which was watched by l'rof. Haeckel at bis own house in Java, writes the Lotiuon correspondent of the Chicago Inter Ocean. The species is found only in Java, and is called hylobates 'encisrus. The natives call it oa on account of the characteristic sound it utters. When standing it is scarcely taller than a child of six years. The head is com paratively small, and it has a snail, slender waist.* The legs are short and the arms much longer. The face is more human than that of the orang outang. Prof. Haeckel say : "Its physiognomy reminded me of , the manager of an insolvent bank pondering with wrinkled brow over the j results of a crash. Distrust of the oa toward all white Europeans is very noticeable. On the other hand, he was on terms of intimate friend-hip with the Malays in our honst hold, especial ly with the small children- lie never crawled on all fours when tired of run ning. but stretched on the grass be neath the tropical sun with one arm under his head. "When I held tar'y fend just out C.' his r. a eh h. cried, like r. Id;, .dii'd. 'Unite, huitc.' a sound nliotrether dif ferent from 'oa. cad with which lit ex pressed various emotions. He. had a third and tv. ro shrill sound when he was suddenly frightened. The speech of these human monkeys has not many different sounds, but they are mod ulated and altt red in tone and strength with a number of repetitions. Thev also use many pastures. motions with tluir hands, and grimaets. which are so expressive in manner that a careful observer can detect their different wishes a n d va rions (' Tilt) t ions. "My »•pt ci neu lit ■d sweet wine Be prrnspc II Cl |> in bot h ha nd«and d •a ti k like :< child He ji h lpc ha r.a nas and ora n et jus ns we a re îcenrtorr d to tin. hoi !i p" the fru t iii his- left 1 and. Most .. f the Malays do tut rrsrar I the on mid orm ET-outan lt as brutes. i'hey believe the former art* howi t eh or tnen and ;li lntt ' r erimi nais who have lu en ch.'iiist d to monk; \ sas a punishment. Others thin k they' art» Tiiun in the course of metempsyehi Cliicai The Trnlllnw skirt. Tlu-re lias been much talk lately o street sweeping by women's skirts Concerning the "arresting find dis enrding of the various objects which the pavement may present." the lies pital says: "We lately watched th gradual conveyance, from the neigh borhood of Regent circus. Oxford i street, to the door of the lainghnm. hotel, of an inexprt ssib'.y filthy piece of newspaper. covered w ith grime and saturated with grease, which had probably been used to wrap up the broken victuals of some tramp, and had been discarded by him when that office hqd been fulfilled. No less than five skirts were required for the indi cated journey, and we much regretted 1 that a more important engagement prevented us from devoting an hour ! or so to the fuller travels» of the dere lict." _-—— j ] I HOUSEWORK Too much housework wrecks wo men's nerves. And the constant care of children, day and night, is often too trying for even a strong woman. A haggard face tells the story of the overworked housewife and mother. Deranged menses, leucorrlioea and falling of the womb result from overwork. Every housewife needs a remedy to regulate her menses and to keep her sensitive female organs in perfect condition. WINE of cardui is doing this for thousands of American women to-day. It cured Mrs. Jones and that is why she writes this frank letter : Glendeane, Ky., Feb. 10,1901. I am so glad that your Wine of Cardui ia helping me. I am feeling better than I have felt for years. I am doing my own work without any help, and r washed last week and was not one bit tired. That shows that tho Wine is doing me good. I am getting fleshier than I ever was before, and sleep good and eat hearty. Before I began taking Wine of Gardui, I used to have to lay down five or six times every day, but now I do not think of lying down through the day. Mas. Richaud Joses. £1.00 AT DRUGGISTS. For atlvlce snd literature, addreu, giving symp tom« •* The Lndie»' Advi*ory Department ", The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, renn. Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Turn. m Address Co the People of Ravalli County. ! j The undersigned have been cvnsti j tuted by the Marcus Dalv S'ate Me morial association a local committee for Ravalli county, to receive dona : t.ons from those in our county who 1 wish to contribute to a memorial stat ue of the late lamented Marcus Daly to he erected in the city of Butte, tilt .lace ef his greatest work and aehieve ' ments, and at a meeting of our com J mittçe, recently held, it was deter.) mined not necessary to solicit any subscriptions in our county personally, I for that worthy cause, but to publish an address to the people of the county, stating the nature of the cause and • designating places where subscription papers will be left, where those who so wish may call and hand in, or send, their voluntary donations. The object* is to raise, by popular and voluntary donations, sufficient funds to erect in the city of Butte, to the memory of Mr. Daly, a life-size bronze statue of Mr. Daly, to cost, approximately, fifty thousand dollars. We feel that there should be and will be a generous donation to that worthy object from Ravalli county, a locality for the beautifying, benefaction, J development and upbuilding of which I Mr. Daly in his life-time did so much and did 7 it so lavishly and grandly, leaving behind him, in our midst, monumental and substantial works of his wealth, work and genius that will stand for generations and remain a part of the substantial progress and welfare of our beautiful valley after we, too, have gone We believe there are many people in our midst who respect the memory ot Mr. Daly for his benefactions, his benevolence and Ins well known feeling of endearment for our beloved valley, who will be glad to make such donations as they feel they can afford to some token of in a is of , j oa be C.' dif ex a Call for Ravalli County Warranta. Hamilton, Mont., Dec. 10, 1901. i The following warrants will be paid on présenta* ion at the office of the county treasurer at Hamilton, Mont.: On Oeneral fund—All outstanding . warrants. ; On Oeneral Fund, Court Warrants for Juror and W itness 1* ees All out- ! standing warrants On Contingent fuml All outsuind ing warrants. ! On Hoad fund—All warrants regis tered up to December 9, 1899, except warrants Nos. 479, 420, 455, and 468, wbicb are registered on Dec. 8, 1899. On Poor fund—All warrants regis tered on or before September 10,l901, and warrant No. lOl, registered Sept. 14,1901. No interest will be paid on the above warrants after Dec. 20, 1901. Witness my hand this 10th day of j December, 1901. Chas. H. Buck, treasurer. For Rent—Four-room frame house with water, South Second street. Apply at Hamilton Book Store. 6t I Doing Business at tbe Old Stand f Fresh Beef, Pork, Mutton, Fish and Game in Season. Every Choice. The City Meat Markets*** J. J. MOON, Proprietor. CORNER MAIN AND THIRD ST., OPPOSITE BANK Bijou Shoe Store At the Bijou Shoe Store you will find the best shoes in Hamilton and at the lowest price. Every pair is warranted and if they rip or the soles get loose, they are sewed and nailed free of charge. Bafore you buy elsewhere call aud see my shoes and you will Save From 25c to 50c a Pair. Men's Women's, \jUsses', Boys' and Children's SHOES, RUBBERS, and OVERSHOES of All kinds. Also at the HAMILTON SHOE SHOP In connection with the Bijou Shoe Store, is the best place to have your shoes repaired at reasonable priées. North Second St reet. BUOU SHOE STORE, ALFRED O. BEAUBIEN, Proprietor. Will keep open every night. his memory. Therefore, we feel that no especial appeal from us is necessary. Sub scription papers have been prepared and left at the Ravalli County Bank, in Hamilton, and the Bitter Root Valiev Bank, in Stevensville. AH who f. el dI h p .-ed are invited to call at one of those bist rations md subscribe J and pay Hk amounts çf thçir djuif tlons within the next thirty days! di*. within that time, donations may be of a for be of sent to either place by mail. After that, the subscriptions will be closed, as all fuuds must be ir. the hands of the state association, at Butte, by the middle of next month. Any donation however small, even if only 25 cents, will be gladly received and aopreciated fully as much as larger donations, in proportion t(\ the ability of the giver to give. No one is expected to give who cither is unable or does not desire to contribute, but such douations as are made will be deeply appreciated, not for the size alone, but on account of the spirit in which it is given, whether great or small. When the time has passed and the subscriptions have been closed in this county, a list of the subscriptions in this county will be tendered the news papers of the county for publication, in accordance with the request of the state asaociation, under which we operate, not as any intended reflection upon any who do not contribute - but purely as a grateful acknowledgment and simple method of returning thanks to those who have felt disposed to voluntarily contribute in our county. Respectfully, Chas. M. Ckutch field, H. L. Mhykrs, W.W. McCrackin, Committee. Hamilton, Mont., Dec. 10, 1901. CHRISTMAS! CHRISTMAS!! Laxative Uuuuo ore a cold in one day. pay. Price 25 cents. Tableta No cure, no A full and carefully selected line of Holiday goods and jewelry of all kind* at Frank L. Burns' Holiday Headquar* ters " - * _ F©R SALE. improved five acre tract 1} miles south of Hamilton Depot, ; Geobuk Â. Million, gtf Corvallis. ! stop» tha congn n-ut Works Off Th* cold Laxative Brumo Quinine ! TIME CARD I TRAINS BITTER ROOT BRANCH Mixed passenger und freight. North Bound STATIONS. South Bound Lv. 8:30 a. in. ...Hamilton..... \ r. 7:10 p. m. K:f>0 .....Corvallis..... 8:50 11:05 .......Vietor...... 8:25 0:45 .Stevensville... 5:55 ' 10:15 5:25 Ar. 11:40 Lv. 4s00 Chahlkh Russell, Superintendent. J. 1*. McBride, Agent I Chas. S. Fee, G F. A Hamilton. Mont. I 8t. Paul. Minn.