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È&ctfjjâ TIME CARD TRAINS. BITTER RÖOT BRANCH. Mixed Passenger and freight. Worth Bound STATIONS. South Bound IiV. 9:00 a. m. .....Hamilton..... 9:17 .....0orvalll8..... 7:40 9:50 .......Vletor...... 7:25 10:20 .. .Stovensvllle... 7:00 10:50 .....Florence..... 6:35 Ar.l2:10 .....Missoula_____ Lv. 5:00 Ohari.es Russell, ____ Superintendent. J. P. McBride, Agent I Ohms. 8. Fee, O P. A. Hamilton. Mont. I St. Paul, 'Minn. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. STATE OFFICIALS. Governoi. Joseph K. Toole. Llsusaiv Juf'rri »r, Prank Higglut. Secretary of State, jp?o M. Hays, State Auditor. J. H. Ca.urr'tead. State Treasurer, A. H. Barreto Attorney General Tames Donncv..r Superintendent of Public Instructici. T V. W. Welch. ■Chief Justice, Th, adore Brantley. Associate Justices, W. T. Plgott, andGeo.R Mllburn. •Clerk of Supreme Court. H. G. Rlckarts. .Representative in Congress. Caldwell Ed wards. Cnlted States Senators, W. A. Clark and Paris Gibson. COUNTY OFFICIALS. •Sherrlff, J. I). Watts. County Treasurer, Chas. H. Buck, County Clerk and Recorder, Howard D, Smart Clerk of District Court, J. F. .Cone. Assessor. Ohas. M. Johnson. County Attorney, W. P. Baker. Superintendent of Schools, Kitty Ostertneyer Coroner, W. T. Adair. Public Administrator, J. D. Miser, > County Commissioners, James R. Rawlins, W. E. Gleason and Ed. A. Johnson. CiTY OFFICIALS. Mayor—Miles Romney. Treasurer—W. O. Fisk. Attorney—R. Lee McCulloch. Clerk—lllchavd C. Parmenter. Marshal—Josh Pond. Night Officer—W\ A. Strange. Police Magistrate—Frank J. Morris. Aldermen First Ward—Louis Peterson, H. S. Pago. Aldermen Second Ward—Geo. H. Taylor. F. L. Burns. Aldermen Third Ward—E. A.Trosdahl, J. J. Howloy. A COMMUNICATION. Mr. Editor: —Allow me to speak a few words in favor of Chamberlain's •Cough Remedy. I suffered for three years with the bronchitis and could not sleep at nights. I tried several -doctors and various patent medicines, but could get nothing to give me any relief until my wife got a bottle of this valuable medicine, which has completely relieved me.— W. S. Brockman, Begnall, Mo. This rem edy is for sale by Corner Drug Co. * Th* Coronation Spoon. Probably the only existing relic of the old regalia which will be usnd at the coronation of Edward VII. is the anointing spoon. It is of pure gold, with four pearls in the broadest part of the handle; the bowl is fine ly chased, and of very curious an tique workmanship. Into this spoon the consecrated oil is poured from the ampulla, which is in the form of an eagle with extended wings upon a pedestal of pure gold, finely chased. The head screws off at the middle of the neck, for the convenience of putting in the oil, which is poured out through the beak. This golden vessel is capable of cou «» Ing six ounces of oil; its height is nine inches; its breadth, from the points of the wings, seven inches, and the weight about nine ounces.—London Chronicle. For a bad taste in the mouth take Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. For sale by Corner Drug Co. Young Plants Every farmer knows that some plants grow better than «others. Soil may be the same and seed may seem the same but some plants are weak and others strong. v And that's the way with children. They are like young plants. Same food, same home, same care but some grow big and strong while others stay small and weak. Scott's Emulsion offers an easy way out of the difficulty. Child weakness often means starvation, not because of lack of food, but because the food does not feed. Scott's Emulsion really feeds and gives the child growing strength. Whatever the cause of weak ness and failure to grow Scott's Emulsion seems to find it and set the matter right. Send for free sample. Scott & Bowne, Chemists, 409 Pearl St., New York 50c. and >1.00 ; all druggists, -- wm 73? :*'• Û. v-VJ m m gtf.i -T.'., ; • a* ■it. ■ ■ & , v v> * ■M m >v_ m V.« v'" • : m 4* FLUME ACROSS SKALKAHO. Hedge Ditch, which is one of the greatest irrigation systems of Montana, is one of the principal ditches of the Bitter Boot.. The big flume crosses the Skalkaho a few miles above Hamilton. This ditch was built in 1899 at a total cost of $96,000; covers over 6,000 acres and has a length of about 18 miles. Robert Brown spent the first of the week in Missoula. Bicycle material of all kinds at Maynard & Wheeler's. 23-tf Fresh country butter wanted at 20c per lb. at the A. C. M. Merc. Dept. Furnished rooms to rent, Apyly at Reber residence 40tf Write Briggs, of Victor, for nursery stock. 38tf Sewing machines repaired at Wheel er & Lazenby's. 23tf For paints and wail 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. For calcimining call on Magni & Harvey, Pell's old stand. 30-tf. HOLD—your orders for nursery stock. H. A. Briggs, agent for Mis soula Nursery Co., will call on you. 38t FOR SALE—A house and one acre of ground in Doran addition. Inquire at Western News office. 45-tf For painting and paper hanging call on Magni & Harvey, Pell's old stand. 30-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 Jergenson, Hamil ton. 34-tf. For smooth -shaves, artistic hair cuts and glossy shoe shines, call at the Hotel Hamilton Barber Shop. 44tf Powers & Lynch, Props. If you want anything repaired in a workman-like manner take it to Wheeler & Lazenby's. 23-tf 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 NOT DOOMED FOR LIFE. "I was treated for three years by good doctors," writes W. A. Greer, McConnellwille, O., "for piles and fistula, but when all failed, Bucklin's Arnica Salve cured me in two weeks." Cures burns, bruises, cuts,corns, sores, eruptions, salt rheum, piles or no pay. 25c at Corner Drug Store. * RARE OLD WINE. Fourteen-year-old Tokay and An gelica wine for family use at Valley Clothing Co's. 38tf Wholesale Liquor Department. I j A CERTAIN CURE FOR DYSEN TERY AND DIARRHOEA. "Some years ago I was one of a party that intended making a long bicycle trip," says F. L. Taylor, of New Albany, Bradford County, Pa. "I was taken suddenly with diarrhoea and was about to give up the trip, when Editor Ward, of the Laceyville Messenger, suggested that I take a dose of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. 1 purchased a bottle and took two doses, one before starting and one on the route. I made the trip successfully and never felt any ill effect. Again last summer 1 was almost completely run down with an attack of dysentry. I bought a bottle of this same remedy and this time one dose cured me." For sale by Corner Drug Co. * 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, 75c per 100 lbs Cabbage, $1.50 per 100 lbs. Hay—Wild, $4.00 to $6.00; Mixed, $6.00 to 8.00; Timothy, $9.00. Baled. Oats, $1.10 to $1.15 per 100 lbs. Wheat, 75c per bushel. LINGERING SUMMER COLDS. Don't let a cold run at this season. Summer colds are the hardest kind to cure and if neglected mav linger along for months. A long seige like this will pull down the strongest constitu tion. One Minute Cough Cure will break up the attack at once. Safe, sure, acts at once. Cures coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis, all throat and lung troubles. The children like it.—Ham ilton Drug Co. * The Life-Savin* Stallone. Since the organization of the service in 1871, $146,000,000 worth of property has been saved, 93,702 people rescued, and 15,900 succored, and 12,633 vessels reached and aided. The service was organized by Gen. Sumner J. Kimball, its present chief, who from the first made fitness and merit his rule in ap pointing men. This accounts for the superb personnel of the service to day. The only qualifications are Amer ican citizenship, ability to read and write, skill in swimming and handling boats. Most of the men are fishermen I —strong and hardy from boyhood. j FORTUNE FAVORS A TEXAN. "Having distressing pains in head, back and stomach, and being without appetite, I began to use Dr. King's New Life Pills." writes W. P. White head, of Kennedale, Texas, "and soon felt like a new man." Infallible in stomach and liver troubles. Only 50c at Corner Drug Store. * LEGAL NOTICES. ALIAS SUMMONS. In the District Court of the Fourth Judicial District of the State of Montana in and for the County of Ravalli. Lucy E. Rogers. Plaintiff, versus J. P. Rogers, defendant. The State of Montana sends Greeting to th e above named defendant: You are hereby summoned to answer the complaint in this action, which is Hied in the office of the Clerk of this Court, a copy of which is herewith served upon you, and to file your answer and serve a copy thereof upon the plaintiff's attorney within twenty nays after the service of this summons, ex clusive of the day of service; and Incase of your failure to appear or answer, judgment will be taken against you by default, or the relief demanded in the complaint. This action is commenced to dissolve the bonds of matrimony heretofore and now ex isting between plaintiff and defendant and to be awarded care and custody of Mary El liott Rogers, minor child of plaintiff and defendant, on the grounds of habitual in temperance and wilfuli neglect. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 3rd day of September 1902. LSEAL1 J. F. CONE. Clerk. By P. H. CONE. Deputy Clerk. R. Lxe McCulloch, Attorney for Plaintiff. (First published Sept. 3, 1902.) NOTICE OF FORFEITURE. To James Bubaer, his heirs, executor or assignee: You are hereby notified, that In accordance with the provisions of Section 2324 of the Revised Statutes of the United States and amendments thereof, concerning annual labor on mining claims that we. your co-owners have expended In labor and im provements on the "Tip Top" Quartz claim In the Hughes creek mining district, Ravalli county, Montana, (Recorded Dec. 14, 1897. in Book 4, page 106), one hundred ($100) dollars for the year 1001 ; on the "Dynamo" Quartz mining claim in the Hughes creek mining district, Ravalli county, Montana. (Record ed Aug. 25,1899, in' Book 5, page 35). one hun dred ($100) dollars for the year 1901: on the "Empire" Quartz mining claim In the Hughesercek mining district. Ravalli coun ty, Montana, (Recorded Aug. 25,1899, in Book 5, page 37), one hundred ($100) dollars for the ye.r 1901; and on the "Carrie Kearney" Quartz claim in the Hughes creek mining district, Ravalli county, Montana. (Record ed Sept. 27,1899. in Broie 4. page 240, of quartz locations), one hundred ($100) dollars for the year 1901, and if within 90 days after the pub lication of this notice you fail or refuse to pay your proportion, amounting to one hundred and ten ($110.00) dollars, together with the cost of advertising, for your undivided interests in said claims, said interests will become the property of the undersigned, your co-owners, as provided by law. Daniel Keabnev, John Biucklev. Dated this Uth day August, 1902. First publication Aug. 13,1902. ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WHY ORDER OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE SHOULD NOT BE MADE. In the District Court of the Fourth Judicial District of the State of Montana, in and for the County of Ravalli. In the matter of the Estate of Winfield §. Sherrill, deceased. Mary A. Sherrill, the administratrix of the estate of Winfield S.Sherrlll.deceased, having presented lier petition herein praying for an order of sale of all tiie real estate of said decedent, for the purpose herein set forth. It is therefore ordered by the Judge of said court, that all persons interested in the estate of said deceased appear before the Judge of said court on Saturday, the 20th day of September, 1902, at 1 o'clock in the afternoon of said day, at the Chambers of Judge of said Court, at the Court House in Missoula, County of Missoula, to show cause why an order should not be granted to the said Mary A. Sherrill, said administratrix, to sell all of the real estate of the said de ceased, Winfield S. Sherrill, for the purpose stated in said petition. And that a copy of this order be published at least once each week for four successive weeks in The Western News, a newspaper printed aud published in said Ravalli Coun ty, and that a copy of this order be person ally served on all persons interested in said estate, as legatees, devisees or heirs, who are residents of Ravalli County, Montana, at least ten days prior to the 20th day of Sep tember, 1902. Done at Chambers at Missoula, Montana. Dated, August 23rd, 1902. FREDERICK 0. WEBSTER, Judge (First published August 27, 1906.) NOTICE OF ELECTION, CONSTITU TIONAL AMENDMENT. House Bill No. 55. Act Providing for the Submission to the Qualified Electors of the State of Mon tsnaof an Amendment to Section 4 of Arti cle XVI. of the Constitution, Relating to County Commissioners. Be It Enacted by the Legislative Assembly of the State of Montana: Section J. There shall be submitted to the qualified electors of the State of Montana at the next general election to be held in said state, the following amendment to Section 4. of Article XVI of the constitution, relatiug to county commissioners. That Section 4 of Article XVI of the con stitution of the State of Montana, be amend ed so us to read as follows: "Section 4. In each county there shall be elec tea three county commissioners, whose office shall be six years, provided, that the term of office of those elected oil November 0th. 1000. shall expire on the first Monday in January. 1907; provided further, that at the general election to be held in No vember. 1992, (in counties where commis sioners are to be elected that year), three commissioners shall be elected whose terms shan expire on the first Monday in January, 100$ ; provided further, that at the general election to be held in November. 1006, one commissioner shall be elected fora term of two years, one commissioner shall be elected fora term of four years, and one commis sioner shall be elected for a term of six years, whose term of office shall commence on the said first Moudity of January* 1007 ; ?Ew»Ä rovi &? <l that at each general election thereafter commencing with the general electiou to be held in November. 1908. one commissioner shall be elected for a term of six years A vacancy in the board of county commissioners shall be filled byap pointmeut by the judge of the judicial dis trict^ which the vacancy occurs." y ote upon this amendment » be counted and canvassed by such offi cials andl in such manner as is provided by tbe couotiog and canvassing of the of uon B'oss, and if a ma vot f? cast ttt sald election for "Fj'nst said amendment shall be in ' av ° r 9 f amendment, the governor of the state shall immediately so declare by public pioclamatiou, and said amendment shall bo « ?*♦ *} * jr * e anf * fcffect as a part of tli3 con stitution from and after the date of said proclamation. Section 3. The official ballots to be used «fU^J!oM t . gRneral , e,oct,on to be held in this state shall have printed thereon the follow lng words in such manner as to allow every elector an opportunity to indicate thereon H* Proper marks, Ids preference to-wit: ,A? r the Amendment to the Constitution re laung to County Commissioners," and Against the Amendment to the Constitu tion relating to County Commissioners." Approved February 2d, 1901. United States of America, State of Mon tana, ss. : I. George M. Hays, secretary of state of the State of Montana, do hereby certify that thu above is a true and correct copy of an act entitled "An Act Providing for the Submis sion to the Qualified Electors of the Stute of Montana of an Amendment to Section 4 of Article XVI of the Constitution, Relating to County Commissioners," enacted by the Seventh session of the legislative assembly of the State of Montana aud approved on the 26th day of February, 1901. In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the great seal of said state. Done at the City of Helena, the Capital of said State, thislâth day of July, A. D. 1902. (Seal.) GEO. M. HAYS, Secretary of State. Sleeping Child Springs Open all the Year Round. C HE most wonderful Hot Springs in the west and which have effected marvelous cures. Just the place to go fora rest amid the peaceful mountain solitudes. Fishing and hunting in ^ abundance. The hotel and bath rooms have been remodeled and refurnished. Cottages may be rented by the day, week or month. B. F. SEE, Proprietor. The Bitter Root Stable Is the pace to put up your team. When You Come to Hamilton. HofSCS Boâfdfd at Reasonable Rates. Onr livery teams are fresh; onr rigs are neat, clean and stylish. Conveyances to any part the of country. JAMES R. RAWLINS, PROPRIETOR. Tourist Cars to the East. People who are not for style, but who are for com fort, say Burlington tourist sleeping-cars are just the thing. Tourist cars are firstclass in everything but name, aud are great money-savers. If you go Fast via Burlington route—thro' Denver, thro' Billings, or thro' St Foul, ask about the tourist car service. ' H. B. SEQUR. eiNMML AMNT. Billing*, Mont, HAMILTON HOTEL Etoery Stables THOS. BEAVERS. PROMIIUTOPI. M The Finest Turnouts in the City mill not tx beat in Kuo Opposite the Depot, Hamilton, Mont. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. Thi9 preparation contains all of the digestants and digests all kinds of food. It gives instant relief and never fails to cure. It allows you to eat all the food you want. The most sensitive stomachs can take it. By its use many thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after everything else failed. Is unequalled for the stomach. Child ren with weak stomachs thrive on it. Cures all stomach troublas Prepared only by E. 0. DeWitt & Co., Chicago The $1. bottle contains2K times the 50c. sise. Hamilton Dbug Co. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money if i fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signa ture is on each box. 25c.