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Tn Cadies' extra Beany fleeced Underwear* oö ?g ..so Dozen ♦♦ Ladies' Vests and Pants in Extra Heaxy Fleeced, Full Sized 83 Jo and made to retail at 50c the garment, ONLY 7 Z n ...Our Opening Price... ONLY wC* 35c. You will agree with us when you see them that they are as good as you ever bought East or West for 50c. Waisting Goods. §2 We are showing an elegant line of New Waisting Cloth Kg in Bedford Cords, Satin Striped Bedfords, Crepe Effects with go Silk Fgures, Corded Velvets, Plain and Novelty Silks, all sjg wool Flannels, French Flannels both plain and fancy striped, fancy Silk and Wool and Silk and Cotton etc., etc. ^ The Largest and Finest Assortment in the Valley. Look Them Over. Ladies 9 Fine Shoes. '£L- w^ ses ? Ladies ' fine shoes. We can please you. YOURS FOR BARGAINS. Ravalli County Mercantile Company. Bitter Root Brevities. B €<s€€€€C € €»€«€€ « Wallace McCrackin has returned to Chicago to re-enter school. Mort White is over from Butte visit ing at the McCrackin residence. R. T. Ballard of Butte vas in town a few days last week on business. Mrs. N. B. MacRae of the West side has been seriously ill for the past ■week. D. K. McLeod and R. V. McBain, of Anaconda, are in Hamilton on busi ness. Bert Bishop has been unable to at tend school the past week on account of sickness. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lanystak vis ited relatives in Missoula from Satur day till Monday. The passenger train this week has been loadecT with passengers enroute for the fair at Missoula. Miles Romney went to Helena Mon day to attend a meeting of the demo cratic state central committee. Mrs. J. C. Huston, of Kokomo, Ind., is in the city for a couple of weeks' visit with her sister, Mrs. Rose New ell. W. T. Tyler will leave tomorrow morning for Nashville, Tennessee, on business and for a short vacation and visit. Mr. and Mrs, John Sherr have moved to M issoula where Mr. Sherr has a po sition in the office of the Missoula depot. Mrs, Sherr of Florence, who has been visiting relatives and friends here for several days, has returned home. Mrs. C. J. Haufbauer has returned to her home in Anaconda after a three weeks' visit with her sister, Mrs. Perry Baker. Mrs, J. R. Rawlins entertained the ladies of the Catholic Aid society at her home on Fifth street Tuesday afternoon. Miss Hattie Forsythe of Corvallis departed Tuesday morning for Walla Walla where she will attend school during the winter. The Ravalli delegation to the repub lican state conyention at Great Falls, returned home Sunday evening badly frayed around the edges. Misses Ida and Maud Burch, daugh ter» of Mr. and Mr». John M. Burch of Willow creek, have entered the Ste renarille training school. Rev. A. A. Walker will fill his regu lar appointment at the M. E. church (sou th) nest Sunday at 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Lew Kellv of camp 2 was brought to Hamilton Sunday for the treatment of a broken arm which was caused by a horse kicking him. Mrs. Isaac. Grate has gone to Mis soula to join her husband who has em ployment there. They expect to make their home in the University city. Phillip Culler, of Grantsdale, left Mon day by way of Wallace, Idaho, to look up a new location. His family will remain at Grantsdale for a while. Mrs. Margaret Daly and daughter, Miss Hattie, departed yesterday morn ing for Anaconda where they will spend a week, and will then continue their journey to New York. The fo.lowing licenses have been issued : On Monday, September 28, E. S. Brown and Annie Wheeler; on Tuesday, October 1 , to Charles Price and Mrs. Alice King, all of Hamilton. It is reported that " Doc " Hauf bauer, who formerly resided in this city and was employed as druggist at the Bitter Root drug store, has pur chased a drug store and gone into business for himself at Billings, Mon tana. General R. Lee McCulloch received a telegram Sunday evening announc ing the death of his mother at her home near Booneville, Mo., of pneu monia. Mr. McCulloch's many friends sympathize deeply with him in his great loss. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kress, of Hamil ton, were visiting with Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Busen bark on the North fork last week. Mrs. Kress was anxious as to the whereabouts of her father, A. H. Geyer, of Victor. He waa laat heard of in the basin. — Big Hole Breezes. Mrs. Wm. Steib entertained a few ladies Thursday afternoon at cards. Those enjoying the lady's hospitality were Mesdames Tingley, McCauley, Pond, Hansen, Crockett, Church, Traf ford, Deneen, Liebel, Trosdahl, Har tenberger, Moats, Robertson, Mc Laughlin, Grover, Nelson, Butler and Granke. Mouton and King Amos, famous stallions in charge of Sam McClure, and the Hereford bull Easion and the Red Poll bull Model, in charge of John McClintic, all property of the Bitter Root Stock Farm, were taken to Miaaonla Monday to be on exhibit at the fair which is being held there this week. James Murphy, wife and baby de parted this morning for the old coun try, where they go to enjoy a three months' visit at Mr. Murphy's old home. J- F. Hartenberger, Ed. Doran and Frank Drinkenberg have returned from Goldendale, Washington, where they took up timber land and invested in town lots. Clerk of the Court Cone has ap pointed Arthur C. Baker deputy for the ensuing term of court. Mr. Baker is well qualified for the position and his appointment gives general satis faction. Nellie Odelphia, the little 19-months old daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. W. CL Fisk, died at the Sister's hospital in Missoula Thursday morning at 6 o'clock after a brief illness. The fu . neral occurred Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Episcopal church. Mr. and Mrs. Fisk have the sympathy of many friends in their great sorrow. Little Peggy, as she was known to nearly everyone in town, was a sweet, sunshiny baby, whose death will leave a blank in her parent's lives which never can be filled. dVC' TWO CLOCK QUESTIONS?? How good, should bo the leading question confronting you when buying a clock. How much, should not be lost sight of. Some Jewelers harp continually on the quality of their goods and try thus to give them a fictitious value. Others talk price only, and sacrifice worth. Our plan is to talk both,and give both. best n cIock »eil*"» it pays Us to sell the It pays you to buy the best. It pays you to spend your clock dollar here, because it pays us to make your dollar go a little further than elsewhere. A. L BANK jeweler and Orti'llV, OPTICIAN. The Only Exclusive Jewelry Store in the Valley. 6 . 2 Call and see the new fall millinery at Miss Krummel's. 47 tf In the democratic state convention at Bozeman Ravalli county was repre sented on the several committees by the following gentlemen: Credentials, N. P. Woods; permanent organiza tion, J. R. Rawlins; platform and res olutions, John Franks. Walter Turner left Sunday morning for Spokane where he has a position ■ffered him. Mr Turner has been manager of the shoe department of the A. C. M, store for some time and has made many warm friends during his residence in our city. George Tal bot of Missoula has been engaged to fill the vacancy. Call and see the new fall millinery at Miss Krummel's. 47 tf The remains of Andrew Erickson, who died at the Sisters' hospital, Mis soula, after a few days' illness of pneumonia, Sunday, were brought to Hamilton Sunday evening and taken charge of by his relatives. The fun eral will be held Thursday at 2 o'clock under the auspices of the local labor union of which the deceased was a member. It was welcome news to the people to learn that there was to be a passen ger train on the Bitter Root branch of the Northern Pacific beginning Mon day. The residents of the valley and the traveling men in general have been waiting a long time for this change. The train by the new time card now leaves Hamilton at 8 a. m. and returns at 7:05 p. m. Thomas Romney was the victim of a bad runaway last Thursday. He was driving to his home near Corvallis and when near the railway crossing just north of town his team, a pair of high strung colts, became frightened and ran away. The reins were jerked from Mr. Romney's hands and he was thrown from the wagon and dragged some distance, sustaining numerous painful but not dangerous injuries. He was picked up in an unconscious condition and taken to the office of Dr. McGrath, who attended him, after which be was taken to the home of his son. He is now able to get around although still suffering severely from his injuries. The runaway collapsed near Riverside where the frantic team plunged into a slough and one of the horses was drowned. The other con tinued his mad career to Corvallis where he sma shed into a rig belonging to M. G. Kern and started a second runaway Call and see the new fall millinery at Miss Krummel's. 47 tf Bicycle material of all kinds at Wheeler's & Lazenby. 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 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 Call and see the new fall millinery at Miss Krummel's. 47 tf For calcimining call on Magni & Harvey, Pell's old stand. 30-tf FOR SALE—25 pigs, $2.00 each—1 mile west of G rantsdale bridge.—W. L. Decker. 47-tf Call and see the new fall millinery at Miss Krummel's. 47 tf Girl wanted for general house work, Wages $25.00 per month. Apply to Mrs. P. J. Shannon. 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, m ont. 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 Sale —A 20-acre ranch contain ing 1000 growing fruit trees, two miles from town. Easy terms. Inquire at this office. 49tf 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 For Sale—A complete set of Cham bers Encyclopaedia. Will sell at a bargain. Call at The Western News office. 47-lt For sale or will trade for hay or grain— One open buggy, one solid oak folding bed with plate mirror front. 49tf L. J. Watson. For Sale — 400 acres of first-class pasture, 80 acres of it stubble, and three stacks of straw. Opposite Grantsdale bridge, west aide. 49 tf Hayes Bros. CROWNED KING— Edward, King of England; Aiphonso, King of Spain; Lion King of Coffees for Fit king for glazed Not with any you any cheap sold bulk. noxious coating; never Onltoni qwdttr sad traakaMi Insund by the Muted Filed for Record. Deed—Michael Kerchner and wife to James E. Black, five acres near Victor; $375. Deed—Arnold Clifton and wife to Grace L. McClintic, one acre at Darby; $125. Deed—James Vance and wife to Fan nie Barrill, lot 19, block 8 , Darby; $1. Deed—Victor Townsite Co. to D. A. Williams, lot 15, block 1 , Victor; $25. Deed— F. H. Drinkenberg to James Heigh, lots 9 and 10 , block 9 , River view addition; $ 200 . Deed—John Stow and wife to A. F. Caves, lots 6 , 7, 22, 23, block 6 , Emma F. Johnson's addition to Corvallis; $ 1 . Deed— T. J. Baird and wife to Flor ence Barnhill, lots 22, 23 and 24, block 8 , Victor; $75. Quartz Location—Jim Crow, Over w hich Mining district, by George W. Solleder. Water Right —2,000 inches from Overwhich creek by Morris Steinberg. Auction Sale. I will sell at public auction on Satur day, October 4, at 2 p. m., in the town of Corvallis, the following household goods: Two bedroom suites, carpets, lace curtains, chairs, lounges, dishes, two lady's side saddles, Portland cutter nearly new, garden tools and machin ery, and a number of other articles. 47-3t G. W. DOUGHERTY. 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. 160 Acre Farm For Sale. 150 acres under cultivation, good water right, 90 tons of hay, 500 bush els of grain, two teams of horses, hogs and etc., all for $3,000. Apply at this office. 47-tf. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signa ture is on each box. 25c. THE REAL CAUSE OF DAN DRUFF AND BALDNESS. At one time dandruff was attributed to be the result of a feverish condition of the scalp, which threw off the dried cuticle in scales. Professor Unna, Hamburg, Ger many, noted authority on skin dis' eases, explodes this theory and says that dandruff is a germ disease. This germ is really responsible for the dandruff and for so many bald heads.. It can be cured if it is gone about in the right way. The right way, of course, and the only way is to kill the germ. Newbro's Herpicide does this, and causes the hair to grow luxuriantly, just as nature intended it should. * Card of Thanks. We desire to express our heartfelt thanks to the frien Is of Corvallis and surrounding neighborhood for the kindness and many favors shown in our sickness. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Hall. Corvallis, September 23. THE WORST FORM. Multitudes are singing the praises of Kodol, the new discovery which is making so many sick people well and weak people strong by digesting what they eat, by cleansing and sweetening the stomach and by transforming their food into the kind of pure, rich, red blood that makes you feel good all over. Mrs. Canfill, of Troy, I. T., writes: For a number of years I was troubled with indigestion and dyspep .sia which grew into the worse form. Finally I was induced to use Kodol and after using four bottles I am en tirely cured. I heartily recommend Kodol to all sufferers from indigestion and dyspepsia. Take a dose after meals. It digests what you eat. Hamilton Drug Co. • A WORD TO TRAVELERS. The excitement incident to traveling and change of food and water often brings on diarrhoea, and for this rea son no one should leave home without a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy. For sa le b f Corner Drag Co. *i N S PROFESSIONAL CARDS.' QEO. MoGRATH, M. D. C. M Graduate of Queen College. MEDALIST IN MEDICINE SURGERY and OBSTETRICS Office over Bsvslll County Bunk. Hamilton, - - Montana ERBEUT BRETHOUR, M. B., M. D., C. M. Graduate of University of Toronto Po»t Graduate in Diseases of Women and Children. OFFICE—Upstairs Democrat building. HAMILTON. - MONTANA» 'Y H. HANBIDGE, M. D. Physician and Snrgec Oculist and Aurist. Graduate of Bellevue Hospital Med ical College, Net» York. Post Graduate University of Ber lin, Germany. Victor, - - - Montana. QHAS. M. CRUTCHFIELD, Attorney at Law Hamilton Montana. Ravalli County BANK. HAniLTON, MONTANA. DIRECTORS. W. W. McCrackin, President, T. A. Ohaffin, Vice-President, J. F. Haktknberock. Cashier, John A. Summers. R. A. O'Hara Qeneral Banking Business Transacted ..CITY DRAY. A. E. HART. All work entrusted to my care will be sidedlly and satisfactorily done PRICES REASONABLE. Ctaot Order* at f. E Burn*' Store. .....CHOICE..... CONFECTIONS, FRUITS, CIGARS, TOBACCOS, NOTIONS, etc. Everything Fine, Fresh and First-Class. J. POND, One Door West A.C. M. Co. Store. Patronize Vour |)ome Baker. Choice Fresh Bread, Cakes, Pastry and Confections kept constantly on hand.............................. COLD LUNCHES, IOE CREAM, , HOT COFFEE. ETO. served at all hours during the day. Che Hamilton Bakery, (Old Postomce Building. Main Street.) JACOB HELWro. Prop. Ravalli House A. L. MOWATT, Prop. Appetizing Meals, Clean, Comfortable Beds in Well Furnished Rooms, Reasonable Rates. VICTOR, MONT. ww mmwmww w m-h ® p idflMO» g gasitoi Real Estate and Loans ll if t Bitter Root Valley Hay N 7 Grain and Fruit Lands a ape S '(j cialty. Town Property .Lots w Blocks and Acreage. £>TEVENSV1LLE, MONT.