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will tell you that old eggs and glue are not things you want to eat; yet some coffee roasters glaze their coffee wfttt«uch things, Not so with Lion Coffee It's just pure, unadulterated, undisguised coffee; never covered up with any glazing of any kind. Ualtera aaailty and freshes** era Inserad by th. mM psitrsjs. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. STATE OPPIC1AL8. Oorvrnoi . Joseph K. Toole. I*leu 9 n'ia Sinro >r, Frank Hln^lm. Secretary of State, M. Hays, State Auditor. J. H. Oa.c.c: -?ad. Stats Treasurer, A. H. Barret» Attorney General Tames Donncv.»r ! Superintendent of Public instruction. W. W. • Wsloh. I Chief Justice. Th, odors Brantley. Associate Justices. W. T. Plgott,andGeo.R Mllburn. Clark of Supreme Court. H. G. Bickarts. Representative in Congress. Caldwell Ed ' wards. United States Senators. W. A. Clark and Paris Gibson. COUNTY OFFICIALS. Bherrlff, J. D. Watts. County Treasurer, Ohas. H. Buck, County Clerk and Recorder, Howard D, Smart Clerk of District Court, J . P. -Cone. Assessor. Ohas. H. Johnson. County Attorney, W. P. Baker. Superintendent of Schools, Kitty Ostermeyer Coroner, W. T. Adair. Publle-Admlntstrator, J. D. Miser. County Commissioners, Jsmes B. Rawlins, W. E. Gleason and Ed. A. Johnson. CiTY OFFICIALS. Mayor—Milos Romney. "Treasurer—W. O. Fisk. Attorney—R. Lee McCulloch. Clerk—Richard C. Parmenter. Marshal—Josh Pond. Night Officer—W. A. Strange. Police Magistrate—Frank J. Morris. Aldermen First Ward—Louis Peterson, H S. Page. Aldermen Second Ward—Geo. H. Taylor. F L. Burns. Aldermen Third Ward— E. A.Trosdahl, J. J. Howley. SOCIETIES. HA VALLI LODGE. No. 38, K. OFP., MEETS every Tuesday evening at Fonger'a Hall, -cor. Main and Third streets. All Knights In .good standingoordlall^ lnvUMto^lsU. JOHN J. HOWLEY, K. of R. and S. HAMILTON, LODGE, NO., 48. I. 0 . 0 F„ meets every Monday night at Odd Fel >wa nail. South Second street. All Brothers good standing invited to visit. losb Pond. N, G. F. M. Lockwood, R.S. BITTER ROOT ENCAMPMENT. NO. 10, T.O. O. F., meets first and third Fridays atOdd Fellows hall. Visiting Brothers Invited to attend. F. L. BURNS, O. P. WM. N.ROMBOUGH. Scribe. IONIC LODGE NO. 38. A. F. & A M. MEETS first and third Saturdays of each month at Odd Fellows hall. Second street. Sojourning oretbren Invited to attend. O. C. COOPER. W. W, J.J. BOUT WICK. Sec. HAMILTON LODGE NO, 30. A.O.U. W meets every second and fourth Thursday at Odd Fellows Hall, atfig " MOKRI8 M _ w . HENRY G ROVER, Ree. CHARITY LODGE. NO. 11. L O. O F. meets the second and Fourth Wednesdays • of each month at Odd Fellows hall. MRS. ADA RURNS, N. G. MRS. J. T. BOAkDMAN. Secretary. BITTER RO OT TENT K. O. T. M. Meets Snd and itli Friday evenings at Odd FellowH Hall, f isiting Knights are cordially Invited to fctscnd. J. M. REINDEAU. Commander. MARTIN TINGLEY, Record Keeper. HAMILTON CAMP NO. 560«. MODERN Woodmen of America. Meets at Odd Fellows Hall every Tuesday evening. E. F. Richahds, dlerk. (!. O. Coulter, V. O. B. A. Y. RAVALLI LODGE NO. 540 MEETS every.Thursday evening at 8:30 o'clock In the Odd Fellow's Hall. CHRIS SANDVEN, H. F. REV. 1. R. BUBBS, Sec. HYMNING STAR. No. 58 I. O. O F. MEETS •very Saturday evening In Miles Hall. Darby. All brothers In good standing tn vlted to attend. Ohab. Lawrence, N. G. August Sollkdik, Sec. CORVALLIS LODGE No. 28. A. F. A A. M. meets every second fourth Saturday evenings In Masonic hall. Corvallis. Visit ing brethern In good standing cordially In viced. R. R. Smith *t, W. M. G. G. Lockwood, Sec. VICTOR SOCIETIES. Victor Lodge No. «A A.F. &A. M.,meets first ind third Saturdays it i Company's hall, Victor._______________ is extended to visiting members. James H Appolonlo, Watters A ictor. A cordial Invitation White, W. M.; M. D. Fulkerson, Secretary. Ravalli Lodge Nq. 711. O.O. .Friday at Appolonlo, Watten "Visiting brotheas cordially in F., meets every tors A Co.'s hall. ialtlng.br aTtheJs cordially invited to attend. Dr. TTh. Hanbldge. N. G.; Geo.*Rowe. Sec. Victor Tent No. 35 K. O.T. M.. meets first and third Tuesdays of each month at .Appo lonlo, Watters A Co.s' hall. Visiting Knights always welcome. J. E. Marvin. Com.; J. A. BarnnlU, R. K. Victor Camp No. 5806 M.W.A.,meetsseceud •th Satur" - - ----- fourth Saturdays at A. w. A Oo.'s ball. .Ault, V. O. M. M. Williams, Clerk. », u, -.. meets sec i at Workman hall. Vlotor Lodge No. 30 A. O, U. W., ond and fourth Saturdays at Worl________ Henry McVey, M. W.; wm. Tuck er,Recorder Naomi Chapter No,SO. E. 8 ,. meets first and third Wednesdays of each month at A. W. A Co.'s hall. Mrs Louise Watters, W. M. ; M. D. Fulkerson, Sec. ( 0.6 D. of B. meets second sya at Workman hall. Mrs. H.; Mrs. Muy E. Gregory, •mes Boot Hive No. 401 es s pndand fourth Saturd atSuSisA-V"' For upholstering go t6 Maynard & Wheeler, _ 23-tf We think we have the best cider vin egar in the world, Mr. Brooks says we have, and he ought to know for he made it. Kindly call on Mr. Brooks and ask him. He will show you one of the prettiest orchards and one of the nicest homes in the Bitter Root valley. We know these things.—Ra valli County Mercantile Cut. _ RARE OLD WINE. Fourteen year-old Tokay and An gelica wine for family nse at Valley Clothing Co's. 38tf Wholesale Liquor Department Filed for Record. Report of cattle slaughtered by A. M. Chaffin. Deed—J. R. McMurry to Laura E. Patty, 160 acres near Victor; Si. Deed— M. P. Chaffin and wife to Clara Bishop, lots 11 and 12, block 14, Riverside; SI. Deed—J. A. Porter to Robert S. Pheall, right of way for ditch; $25. Water Right—80 inches out of a dry gulch south of Corvallis by E. W. Odell. ' Deed—Patrick Shea and wife to Mentrum Briggs Co., one acre at Stevensville station; $200. Married. On " Sunday afternoon, July 13th, 1902, a number of relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. M.^,H. Williams as sembled at their home near Victor to witness the marriage of their pretty daughter. Miss EOna, to Mr. Finis C. Sherrill, a well known young man of Corvallis. Attendants were Mr. Childers and Miss Jennie Million of Corvallis. The ceremony was per formed in a very beautiful and im pressive manner by Rev. J. D. Lewel lin. The bride was very neatly at tired in dress of blue cashimere, trim med in white silk. The groom wore the conventional black. After the ceremony and congratulations the guests were invited to the dining room, where they were treated to ice cream and cake. For their future may they have just clouds enough through life to cause a pleasant sunshine, and when the charm of human bondage shall be broken may they become flowers of eternal brightness in the garden from whence cometh exceeding peace, is the wish of their friends. Below we give a list of presents received: Mr. and Mrs. Oolcord, a vary handsome four-piece set, consisting of sugar bowl, cream pitcher, spoon holder and butter dish. Mr. and Mm. H. R, Douglass, table elotb. Mr. and Mm. Orrin Barnes, fancy fruit dish. Mrs. M. M. Williams, white cheese cloth bed comfort, M. M. Williams and Mabel, one pair linen towels. Ira and Beulah Williams, salt shake. Mr. and Mrs. Lawton Sipple, fancy dish and pepper shake. W. E. Douglas, 1 pair Turkish towels. Earl Boon, one-half dozen linen napkins. Miss Lena Douglas, china berry bowl. Miss Jessie Million, cbtnacake plate. Mr.and Mrs. Robert Hall,toothpick holder. Miss Blanch Williams, set of fanvy beauty pins. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Swart, pair of glass Jelly stands. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Sherrill, handsome rug. A Guest, MOTHER ALWAYS KEEPS IT HANDY. My mother suffered a long time from diatressing pains and general ill health due primarily to indigestion,' says L. W. Spalding, Verona, Mo "Two years ago I got her to try Kodol She grew better at once and now, at the age of seventy-six, eats anything she wants, remarking that she fears no bad effects as she has her bottle of Kodol handy." Don't waste time doc toring symptoms. Go after the cause. If your stomach is sound your health will be good. Kodol rests the stomach and strengthens the body by digesting your food. It is nature's own tonic Hamilton Drng Co. STRAYED. From the Dry Gnlch ranch, about June 1st; 1 roan cow about 7 years old, under-bit in right ear, no brand; i cow, black and white muley, expected to be fresb, no brand; 1 cow, 2 year old, roan, brand "A" on right aide: 1 calf, brand "A" on fight aide, suitable reward will Jut given for re turn of above stock. 37-4. Mas. A. A. Gold. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE'DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet«. All druggists refund the money if it, MU to cun. E. W. Gror,'. . .it—., turc U oa e.£h box. 25c. A TRIP IN A SEWER. Han Washed Through Big Drains of New York City Into East River. | Terrible Kiysrleue of Biwart Bogle, a Plumber's Hel per Za - tere Maahols to Make S ey o l re, MA le Kept Away. Edward Boyle, a plumber's helper, Is the hero of a trip through the sew ers of New York which rivals in in terest and danger the wanderings of Victor Hugo's Jean Valjean through the labyrinth by which the streets of Paris are drained. For three-quarters of a mile ho was swept helpless through the dark by a rush of water running like a mill race. Overhead the rattle and roar of the busy street went on. At last he was thrown, dazed and bewildered, from the mouth of the^se wer into the East river. Men on a scow moored near by hauled him out and brought him to land again. For a time he could not speak, for the shock of his terrible experience had paralyzed his nerves. Then, while the little crowd that had gathered about him still were asking where he had come from, he found his tongue and asked for a "smoke." Half an hour later he had refused the assist ance of the ambulance surgeon who had been summoned, and had started on his way home, seemingly none the worse for his strange adventure. Boyle is employed by a plumber who haB the contract for keeping in order the sewer which runs through East Fifty-third street and empties into the East river. There had been some trouble with the drains at No. 252 and Boyle was sent with two other men to remove the obstruction. Immediate ly opposite the house is n manhole of the main sewer, and the men decided to start their examination there. A ladder was lowered into the sewer and Boyle, with a guide rope dang ling ready to his hand, went down first. . He almost had reached the bot tom when a rung broke and' he lost his balance. He screamed as he grabbed at the rope, and his companions bent over in time to see him miss H and dis appear with a splash. Boyle said the water was rushing through the sewer at a terrific speed. It was three or four feet deep. He could feel the bottom, but could not keep on his feet. The Fifty-third street sewer runs into the main drain at Second avenue. There the volume of the water and the filth was greatly increased, and Boyle narrowly escaped drowning. He was hurled about, but managed to keep his head above water, nnd after a few moments more which, he says, seemed like hours, he saw the light at the end of the drain. He was hurled head foremost into the river, and struck out for a scow which lay near by. Except for the severe shock Boyle appeared none the worse for his journey. Pierce South African Benet Has Desperate Battle with Captive of Animal Ihow. re BIG LION KILLS HYENA. Prince, the big'South African lion in an animal show at Jacksonville, Fla., again distinguished himself the other morning by killing a big hyena. While his cage was being cleaned Prince sprang over the head of the man and escaped into the tent. There were few people about, but they were scattered in great alarm. Near was a fierce hyena that had been taken out of its cage on account of its constant fights with its mates. Prince spied this animal and with a roar he leaped ou it. The hyena fought bravely, but the big lion was too much for it nnd soon killed it. The employes' heW the lion at bay with red-hot irons and rapidly built up a barricade around him. Placing a small cage at one side, Prince was driven from the carcass of the hyena into the cage. The sliding door was shut down and he was secure again. For an hour the excitement on Ray street was intense. A negro was so badly terrified that he ran two blocks and plunged into the St. John's river. HENRY'S TRlF A WARNING. Countses Von Waldersee Fears to Have Hsr Husband Visit America Because of Streanons Lifo Hero. Count von Waldersee has postponed his journey to the United Statesfor a year, saya a New York Herald dis patch from Berlin. An amusing story is going about to the effect that Countess von Waldersee, reading the accounts of what happened to Prince Henry and the almost superhuman ef forts he was called upon to make dur ing his visit has become much alarmed lest anything like it should fall to her husband's share, so the story goes. Countess von Waldersee, who is anx ious about her husband's health, re solved that the American trip, about which she was enthusiastic recently, be deferred until the American pro German enthusiasts have time to coo). Off. it, "15 | r«to U.»W »0 roubl... A Cautions Wife. Count von Waldersee's wife has read about those dinners to Prince Henry and decided to postpone her huiband*s American trip, says the Chicago Rec ord-Herald. The counteas evidently has no desire to be brought into con tact with a man who has been living not wisely but too well. Russian Bexar Exportations. Russian sugar exportations fell off over 50 per cent, during the first tan months of 1901, as compared with the ■nine period of 1900. The respective figures are 2,920,000 poods, worth LATEST SCIENTIFIC LABORATORY AND CLINICAL DISCOVERY FOR BALDNESS And for Dandruff, which causes Baldness, is NEWBRO'S HERPI CIDE, which kills the germ parasite that causes Dandruff and destroys the hair ai the root For Sale by ail Druggists. ..PRICE $1.00.. VACATION DAYS. Vacation time ia here and the chil dren are fairly living out of doors. There could be no healthier place for them. You need only to guard against the accidents incidental to most open air sports. No remedy equals De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve for quickly stopping pain or removing danger of serious consequences. For cuts, scalds and wounds. "I used DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve for sores, ruts and bruises," skys L. B. Johnson Swift, Tex. "It is the best remedy on the market." Sure cure for piles and skin diseases. Beware of counterfeits. Hamilton Drug Co. i 1 market report. The quotations given below are the prevailng prices Wednesday morning and are subject to change at any time Butter, Ranch 20c per lb., - Creamery, 30c per lb Eggs, 25c doz. Potatoes, 1.25 per 100 lbs Cabbage, $2.50 per 100 lbs. Hay—Wild, $7.50 to $8.00; Mixed, $8.50 to 9.50; Timothy, $10.50. Baled. Oats, $1.10 to $1.15 per 100 lbs. Wheat, 75c per bushel. 4 11 ■ ■ DON'T FAIL TO TRY THIS. Whenever an honest trial is given to Electric Bitters for any trouble it is recommended for a permanent cure will surely be effected. It never fails to tone the stomach, regulate the kid neys and bowels, stimulate the liver, invigorate the nerves ana purify the blood, It's a wonderful tonic for run down systems. Electric Bitters pos itively cures Kidney and Liver Trou bles, Stomach Disorders, Nervousness, Sleeplessness, Rheumatism, Neural gia, and expels Malaria. Satisfaction guaranteed by Bitter Root Drug Co. Only 50 cents' * BIRDS FROZEN TU DEATH. MufihssM by tbe Hundred* Oaupbt by Sadden Cold Snap on a inks In WuMaftos, A very singular incident was noted in the neighborhood of Loomis, Wash., as a result of a recent and sudden cold snap. Some four miles above Loomis is a large, beautiful mountain lake and among the native fowl that collect on the lake are many mudhens, a home ly and useless member of the web foot family so common all over this country as to be well known to every sportsman. The nature of the bird when flushed is to fly, or flop, along the surface of the water. For the first time that it has evèr been noticed the mudhens have re mained upon the lake this late in the season. The recent cold weather was inaugurated with a stiff and bitter gale, churning the lake into many waves. As the birds flew along the surface, striking the water, the ice formed upon them so rapidly that they lost the power of locomotion and 200 or 300 of them were caught in the rap idly forming ice and frozen to death. This may not be an uncommon circum stance, says a Loomis special to the Seattle Times, but it is the first time it has ever been seen by the residents of this locality. ACTS IMMEDIATELY. Colds are sometimes more trouble some in summer than in winter, it's so hard to keep from adding to them while cooling off after exercise. One Minute Cough Cure cures at once. Absolutely safe. Acts immediately. 8ure cure for coughs, colds, croup, throat and lung troubles. Hamilton Drug Co. * r IN CUBA where K U hot «II the yew round (Scott's Emulsion! eeb better than any where else in the world. So don ; t stop taking H in summer, or you wS lose 1 what you have gained. Send for a free sample. SCOTT & BOWNB, Chemists, -----* ~ie*t, --- M 4*94*5 Feert OUeet, joc and $* — ■ Mew Vom. TO CONTRACT MARRIAGE. Osz of Tosstw Bots Nskot Sorrrls 1ns Discoveries Wboa Ho Aalto Permission to Take a Wife. Jim Younger, the paroled bandit and former member of the James gang, wants to get married. He cannot be cause he is legally dead; hence ia un able to enter into ary contract. Younger submitted the question of whether, or not he could wed to Gov. Van Sant, wly> has looked into the mat ter with stfme surprising results. In Minnesota a man who is a life ! prisoner is civilly dead. The only way he can make any binding contract, in | the eyes of the law, is through the board which paroles him, in this case the state bnzrt of control, which board is empowered to enter into a contract i for him. It is not probable, however, 1 that the three members of the board of control, separately or as a whole, will agree to enter Into a marriage contract with any woman for the bene- , fit of the paroled life convict. The only way for Jim Younger to be- I come a married man in Minnesota is to get a pardon which will restore him i to the right 8 of a living citizen. An- | other phase of the law is that neither j Jim Younger no# his brother Cole, if ' they establish any business of their | own, as has been contemplated, can be held'for any debts which they may incur. In his application to the governor requesting information as to his rights to marry. Younger said nothing re garding the proposed bride. A TOBACCO-SCENTED SUIT. Society Woman Refanes to Aeeopt a New Outfit oa Mokt Unusual Grounds. What is regarded as the most novel defense ever interposed in a civil suit was withdrawn when the defendant consented to settle a claim for S100 for a tailor-made suit, which, while faultless in fit, was made unwearable by the odor of tobacco smoke which clung to its folds Haas Bros, are tailors. Mrs. Ade laide V. Rayner-Tilt, sister of Attor ney General Isidor Rayner, of Mary land, ordered a skirt, waist and the general trappings that accompany a woman's tailor-made skirt. The price agreed upon was $100. The suit was finished within the specified time and delivered to Mrs. Rayner-Tilt. There was no fault to be found with the fit, "but," said Mrs. Rayner-Tilt, "just get a whiff of it." From the folds of the skirt and the plaitings of the waist there was ex haled a most pungent odor of tobacco smoke. Rather, however, than bring an army of tobacco experts into court Mrs. Rayner-Tilt has handed over her check for $100 to the attorney for Haas Bros. "Amen" Corner Incorporate*. Frequenters of the "Amen" eorner at the Fifth Avenue hotel, New York, have prepared papers of incorporation which will be filed with the secretary of state. The object of the incorpora tion is stated to he social enjoyment of the members. The "Amen" corner has been popular for many years with state and city republican politicians. 1 'lnns are now being made for the an nual dinner on April 4, when Senator Thomas C. Platt will be the guest of honor. .TZi nu wi n uvz/u w v-.vvw-.ww - The Bitter Boot Stable Is the pace to put up your team. Wheu Vou Come to Hamilton. Horses Boarded « Seasonable Bates. Our livery teams are fresh; our rigs are neat, dear ana stylish. Conveyances to any part the of oonn' i y. JAMES R. RAWLINS, PROPRIETOR. The Only Train that Does it. The St, Louis Special is the only train that takes yon through to Kansas City and St. Louis without a single change of cars. All meals are served in dining cars, and yon can ride in a palace sleeper, a tourist-sleeper, or oomfort able reclining chair-car, just as yon prefer. P. s. BiUings. -Three routes east—via Denver, St. Paul snd M. A. BRADT, assura Bailey Block. Helsna. Mom«. H. ■. SE8UR. « TIME CARD-* TRAINS, BETTER ROOT BRANCH. Mixed Passen ger and freight. am * * «0 » North Bound Hamilton. Lv. 0:00 a.m. 0:17 0:50 10:30 ! Ar. 12:10 i_ | , I i | j ' | STATIONS. South I .....Hamilton..... .....Oorvallls..... .......Viator...... ...Stevensville... .....Florence..... .....Missoula_____ Ar. ?iS 7 m Lv. 6 * Charles Rdi S uperinU P. McBride, Agent | Ohas. S. ' ' I. Moot. 8 t. Paul, Mina. IF A MAN LIE TO YOU. And say some other salve, ointment, lotion, oit or alleged healer is as good as Bucklen's Arnica Salve, telt him. thirty years of marvelous cures of Piles, Burns, Boils, Corns, Felons, Ulcers, Cats, Scalds, Bruise* and Skin eruptions prove it's the best and the cheapest. 25c at Bitter Root Drug Co. * Where Klpllag Draws the Line. Mr. Rudyard Kipling thinks a good, husky tyrant ia about the best thing a free and enlightened people can have, gays the Chicago Record-Herald, bat the draws the line at a brother-in-law With a handy fist. Point In Paver of Chinese Ungsasa An English professor says women fire incapable of learning the Chinese language, says the Chicago Record Herald. If he can prove it Chinese may yet become the universal tongue. BIk British Estates. The 34 biggest estates in Britain KP» ferage 183,000 acres apiece. NEED MORE HELP. Often the over-taxed organs of digestion cry out for help by Dyspep sia's pains, Nausea, Dizziness, Head aches, liver complatnts, bowel dis orders. Such troubles call for prompt use of Dr. King's New Life Pilla. They are gentle, thorough and guar anteed to cure. 25c at Bitter Root Drug Co. * Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what yon eat. This preparation contains all of tte digestants and digeste all kinda off food. It gives instant relief and never fails to cure. It allows you to eat EB the food you want. The moet sensitiv* stomachs can take It. By its use many thousands of dyspeptics have beos cured after everything else failed. » unequalled for the stomach. Chi»* ren with weak stomachs thrive on It. Cures aS stomach troubles Hamilton Drug Co.