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for Cbursday, Triday and Saturday. 1 Positively the greatest value we have ever offered you in this line. The assortment is not large as our sales in this department have been enormous for the past six months. Good values bring you back to us ; this accounts for our rapidly growing business. Our aim is always ¥onr money's ttlortl), more if possible and our offering in r hosiery is one of the times when you get more Chan Vour money's Worth. • Our New Fall Goods are now arriving and you will find our house more attractive than ever in the way of assort ment and good values. LOT 1—Ladies' Fancy Open-Work Lace Hose in black, bine, pink and white, 65, 75 and 85c values— Thursday, Friday and Saturday prictf..............50c LOT 2—Ladies' Fancy Lace Striped Hose, 40, 45 and 50c values—Thursday, Friday and Saturday price.....33^c LOT 3—Ladies' Fancy Lace Striped Hose, 30 and 35c values—Thursday, Friday and Saturday price.......25c LOT 4—Ladies' Fancy Lace Striped Hose, 20 and 25c values—Thursday, Friday and Saturday price......15c LOT 5—15 Dozen Children's Fast Black, Double Heel, Heavy Ribbed Hose, all sizes, Extra Special........7)4c If you can come Thursday do so, as we stated above our ÊS stock is pretty well sold down but come one of the days at §3 least'for the values will please you. §3 Ravalli County Mercantile Company. Bitter Root Brevities. $ J visiting O'Brien is Mrs. W. P. friends in Butte. Mrs. Milton Hammond drove down from Darby Thursday. J. W. Nelson and family have mov ed to their Riverside ranch. Mrs. R. S. Fowler was up from "Victor Monday on court business. J. S. Green, of Corvallis, «did busi ness in the county capital Monday, Gen. and Mrs. R. Lee McCulloch ar rived home from St. Louis Sunday. W. H. Buckridge has been appoint ed deputy sheriff st Victor by Sheriff Watts. Daniel Kearney came in from Slate Creek Sunday, having business in dis trict court. Dr. J. S. Lord has returned from an extended trip through Idaho and Washington The Hamilton Silver Cornet Band will give an open air concert next Friday evening. J. E. Craddock was up from Victor Thursday. He contemplates starting a shooting gallery in Victor. Former Congressman A, J. Camp bell, of Butte, is among the attorneys attending district court here. Tom Beavers on last Friday shipped bis fast stepper to Missoula to be fit ted up for the fall race meeting. A heavy rain drenched the valley last n|ght,which has laid the dust and enlivened vegetation wonderfully. The 7th annual convention of the Montana Woman Suffrage association will be held in Butte Sept. 17 and 18. Emil Magni and Charley Acker left yesterday aboard their bicycles for a week's outing at Sleeping Child 8prings. A big delegation of Eagles from Missoula will arrive in Hamilton next Bnnday evening and initiate a class of 20 new members. S. J. Hombrook, a prominent young lawyer of Cherokee, Iowa, is visiting fat Hamilton, the guest of N. Farns worth and family. Mias Jennie McCartney, formerly of Hamilton, and Mr. A. H. Moncure were married Aug. 2 in Anseonda. Both were employed in the Anakonda M. D. Fulkerson and family, of Vic tor, and Mrs. McClatchey and daugh ter formed a party of sightseers who visited Hamilton Saturday. Rev. J. O. Reavis, formerly pastor of the Presbyterian church in this city and more recently of Louisville, Ky., is now located at Dallas, Texas. When it comes to landing big trout Jack Kleinoeder is the champion in these parts. Although his system is not copyrighted it is hard to guess. The Largey mill west of Hamilton will have cut out its present setting by the first of October and will then be moved to a big setting on Lo Lo. Fourteen members of Ionic lodge No. 38 of this city attended a special meeting of Victor lodge last Wednes day night. Third degree work was the attraction. Mr. and Mrs. John P. Martens drove up from Victor Monday. Mr. Mar tens is one of the sterling old-timers who blazed the trails to this country, he having settled in the Bitter Root nearly 40 years ago. 30 DAY Watch Sale. Beginning Aug. 15 We will reduce from 20 to 25 per cent on our immense stock of watches. We can quote but a few prices on the many bargains we offer: Elgin 7 Jewel dust-proof Watches..........$5.75 Watham 15 Jewel dust-proof Watches .......... 8.50 20 Tear Gold-Filled Cases Elgin Movement.. 12.00 20 Ye-.r Gold-Filled Hamilton R. R. Watches .... 17,50 "The Ansoma" regular $1.50 Watch............ 1.25 ALL WATCHE5 WARRANTED. Special Prices on High-Grade Watches. A. L. BANK, Dr. Brethour will be in his office again on Saturday, August 16th. As the doctor has not thoroughly recovered from his ac cident, FOR ONE WEEK his office hours will be ftom 10:30 a. m.to 12:30 and 3 to 5 in the afternoon. The total assessment for Ravalli county this year, including the railway assessment, as finally passed by the county and state boards of equaliza tion, is $3,641,950. Geo. Sandifer and Miss Myrtle Kem merer were united in marriage Mon day evening at the home of the pastor, by Rev. R. M. Dungan. Their friends extend congratulations. Chas. Gary ran amuck yesterday. He stole a roll of bedding from the Paragon and sold it to Lazenby & Wheeler for a dollar. He was arrested by Marshal Pond and will have his hearing this afternoon. At the M. E. Church confenence at Bozeman this week Rev. J. A. Smith was appointed to the Homilton pas torate to succeed Rev. J. A. Martin who will have charge of the Philips burg and Granite mission. Rev. W. R. Rickman and Miss Gadys Hall were united in marriage August 6 at the home of the bride's parents, Caldwell Institute, North Carolina. They will be at home to their friends at Stevensville after Oct. 1. The Western News extends most hearty congratulations. Rev. J. A. Martin and family have gone up the West Fork on an outing and accordingly he will not hold ser vices next Sunday. Mr. Martin and family will move to Philipsburg with in a couple of weeks. Mr. Martin will exchange with Rev. Smith of Philips burg who will move to Hamitor short ly. Elmer E. Hershey, who recently re tired from the position of register of Missoula land office, has received the appointment of land attorney for the Big Blackfoot Milling company and the Northern Pacific Railway compa ny. He will look after the interests of these two companies in western Montana. A party of eight, consisting of Mr. and Mrs. John Ewald, Mrs. W. T. Ty ler, Mrs. Margaret Luck, Mrs. J. Lock, Mrs. Russell and Misses Edna Chapin and Robertson started last Friday on a trip through the Yellow stone Park. They go by rail to Gardi ner and thence take [one of the trans portation company's Concord coach lines. They expect to be gone about ttro weeks. Robbie and Frank Beavers, aged 4 and 6 years, the little sons of Mr. and Mrs. James Beavers, were thrown from a.horse while riding near their home on Skalkaho one day last week and very severely injured. Eight stitches were necessitated to close a wound in the scalp of the youngest child and the arm of the other was badly lacerated by contact with the jagged stones that lay in . the road. The little fellows are making good progress towards complete recovery. The union social given by the ladies of the churches of Hamilton last Sat urday evening for the benefit o* the Hamilton Silver Cornet Band proved a big success. The snm of $80.80 was cleared and which, together with the check for $50 presented the band by Mr. Scallon, wipes ont all indebted ness and places the organization "on velvet." The members of the band desire to express their hearty thanks and .warm appreciation through this medium to the ladies who gave ^the social and to those who so generously patronized the same. At the regular meeting of Sawtooth Union No. 109 Saturday night, Domi nick McGuire was elected president to fill the vacancy caused by the resigna tion of Pat Deneen. Mr McGuire has also been chosen delegate to the annual meeting of the States Trades and Labor council which convenes at Livingston Aug. 23. The local union is perfecting plans for a big celebra tion of Labor Dar which falls on Mon day, Sept. 1. A speaker of promi nence will be in attendance, there will be a big parade and a ball at the Ravalli, besides sports and games of all kinds. The tax levy as fixed by the com missioners Monday shows a decrease of 3)4 mills in the county funds from last year. In most of the school dis tricts the special school levy is much lower than last year. Within the city of Hamilton the total decrease in the tax levy amounts to 11)4 mills, made up as follows: Decrease in county tax 3)4 mills; decrease in special school levy 5 mills, and which is augmented by the road and bridge fund levy of 3 mills, which, under a recent decision of the courts, does not apply to prop erty within the limits of an incorpor ated city or town, from the fact that said city or town must look after its own streets. The Hamilton Publishing Company, of which Mr. R. A. O'Hara is the "head push," is branching out. Its first offshoot will appear within a week or two in Stevensville, the center of Commodore Faulds' vineyard. The old Ravalli Republican plant that Editor Stevens brought here from Stevens ville in '98 is to be moved back and utilized in the publication of the new paper. The paper is to be of the or thodox Tom Carter-Kerosene type and it is reported will be conducted by Mr. Bruce Wells, an affable and clever young printer at present employed on the Ravalli Republican of this city. The paper, it is said, will be a four page folio and will issue every Wed nesday . Wanted:—A lady waiter at Union Restaurant. Fresh country butter wanted at 20c per lb. at the A. C. M. Merc. Dept. Write Briggs, of Victor, for nursery stock. . 38tf Furnished or unfurnished rooms Call on J. D.Powers. tf. Sewing machines repaired at Wheel er & Lazenby's. 23tf For paints and wall paper see Mag ni & Harvey, Pell's old stand. 30-tf. Wheeler & Lazenby's is the place to get your bicycles repaired. 23-tf Remember the old reliable Oregon Nursery Co. They lead, others follow. Horse, buggy and* harness for sale. Call on Angus Fairbain, Hamilton. 414 For calcimining call on Harvey, Pell's old stand. Magni & 30-tf. CREAM B4NN6 PfWDffi Improves the flavor and adds to the health fulness of the food. ooperutixye ut Strength and Prett y . «HC* BAKIN« rOWOCR CO..CH1CA03. s* Paderewski When Bald. There Is no baldness, no dandruff, when you use Newbro's Herpiclde, the latest scientific discovery. It kills the germ or parasite that causes dandruff and absorbs the nourish ment of the hair at the root For Sale by all Druggists. If you want anything repaired in a workman-like manner take it to Wheeler & Lazenby's. 23-tf For Rent— 4 room house, South 7th street. Apply Hamilton Book Store \ 37-tf. HOLD—your orders for nursery stock. H. A. Briggs, agent for Mis soula Nursery Co., will call on you. 38t For painting and paper hanging call on Magni & Harvey, Pell's old stand. 30-tf, We desire your patronage—Powers & Lynch—Hotel Hamilton Barber Shop. 40tf For Sale —At a bargain, a second hand Walter A. Wood mower. Inquire at Western News office. 37-tf. Bicycle material of all kinds at Maynard & Wheeler's. 23-tf The best and cheapest nursery stock—Missoula Nursery Co.—H. A Briggs, agent, Victor, Mont. 38tf Money to loan on all kinds of secur ity. N. Farnsworth, Hamilton Mon tana. tf Binder for sale at a bargain. Call on or address Chris Jergenaon, Hamil ton . 34-tf. LOST—Memorandum book. Of no value to anybody but the owner. Suitable reward will be paid upon re turn of book to J. P. Hughes. The ladies of the M. E. church south, will serve oysters and chicken supper at the Workman Hall Victor on Saturday, August 16. The public is cordially invited. 41-2 GO TO RAVALLI ABSTRACT Co. if you want bargains in ranch property with title guaranteed; city property; lowest possible rates on in surance; houses to rent; money to loan; property of all kinds listed to sell. Call and see us. 33tf RARE OLD WINE. Fourteen-year-old Tokay and An gelica wine for family use at Valley Clothing Co's, 38tf Wholesale Liquor Department 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, $1.50 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. ALL WERE SAVED. "For years I suffered such untold misery from Bronchitis," writes J. H. Johnston, from Broughton, Ga., "that often I was unable to work. Then when everything else failed I was wholly cured by Dr. King's New Dis covery for consumption. My wife suf fered intensely from asthma, till it cured ber, and all our experience goes to show it is the best croup medicine in the world." A trial will convince you it's unrivaled lor throat and lung diseases. Guaranteed bottles 50c and $1.00. Trial bottles free at Bitter Root Drug Co. * Births. Pascoe:—To Mr. and Mrs. John Pas coe, of Grantsdale, August 9, an 11 pound boy. TO MY FRIENDS. It is with joy I tell you what Kodol did for me. I was troubled with my stomach for several months. Upon being advised to use Kodol, I did so, and words cannot tell the good it has done me. A neighbor had dyspepsia so that he had tried most everything, I told him to use Kodol. Words of gratitude have come to me from him because I recommended it.—Geo, W. Fry, Viola,lows. Health and strength, of mind and body, depend on the stomach, and normal activity of the digestive organa. Kodol, the great re constructive tonic, cores ell stomach and bowel troubles, indigestion, dye* pepsla.. Kodol digests any good food, you eat. Take a dose after meals. Hamilton Drag Co. _ • ^PROFESSIONAL CARDS. 'EO. McGRÄTH, M. D. 0. M Graduate of Quasn Colles*. MEDALIST IS MEDICINE , SURGERY and OBSTETRICS Office over Ravalli County Bank, Hamilton, - Montana J_pRBERT BRETHOUR, M. B., M. D., O. M. Graduate of University of Toronto« Po.t Graduate in Diseases of Women and Children. OFFICE—Upstairs Democrat building. HAMILTON. ... MONTANA. T* HANBIDGE, M. D. Physician and Surgeon, Oculist and Aurist. Graduate of Bellevue Hospital Med ical College, New York. Post Graduate University of Ber lin, Germany. v ' Victor, - - Montana. QHAS. M. CRUTCHFIELD, Attorney at Law Hamilton Montana. Ravalli County BANK. HAniLTON, MONTANA. DIRECTOR*. W. W. McCrackin. President, T. A. OHArriN, Vice-President, J. V. Haktknbrroeu. Cashier, John A. Summbbs. R. A. O'Hara General Banking Business Transacted CHOICE. CONFECTIONS, FRUITS, CIGARS, TOBACCOS. NOTIONS, etc. Everything Fine. Fresh und First-Class. J. POND, One Door West A. C. M. Oo. Store. Patronize Vour |)ome fiaker. Choice Fresh Bread. Cakes, Pastry ' and Confections kept constantly on hand .............................. COLD LUNCHES, ICE CREAM, HOT COFFEE. ETC. served at all hours during the day. Che Hamilton Bakery, (Old Postofflce Building. Main Street.) JACOB HELWIG. Prop. ..CITY DRAY.. E. Terpening. All work entrusted to my care will be syeedlly and satisfactorily done FRICKS REASONABLK. Cimi Order» at fia*ilto> look Store Ravalli House A. L. MOWATT, Prop. . Appetizing Meals, Clean, Comfortable Beds in Well Furnished Rooms, Reasonable Rates. VICTOR, MONT. Western hotel. C HIS well known hostelry has been thoroughly renovated and refurn ished. A first-class cook has been plaoed In charge of the cuisine. A share of the public patronage Is re spectfully solicited. MRS. E. McIntyre, Prop. VICTOR, MONT. D ickinson tf Cannon Real Estate | and Loans Bitter Grain and Fruit Lands a spe cialty. Town Property,Lots, Blocks and Acreage. Root Valley Hay, Lands a 1 6TBVENS VILLE, MONT.