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TRAINS. Bn I ROOT BRANCH. PA8SRNOXR. North Bou> LT. 1:00 a. i 0:10 •:» 9:42 S:ii Ar. 9:49 TATIONS. . .Hamilton..... .<'nr rallia.... . . Victor...... .sttiTcnsrllle... .. .Kloroi .. Mluoul South Bound Ar. 7:05 p.m. 0:99 0:40 0 :» 0:00 Lr. 6:» . H. Oylrr. Agent, Hamllt- n Mont Omamum Bubou, ÄÄ ». St. Paul. Minn. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. PEG. MoGRATH, M. D. 0. M Qradnateof MEDALIST IN MEDICINE, SURGERYand OBSTETRICS Ofloe oY«r Karalll County Bank. Hamilton. Montana H ERBEUT BRETHOUB, M B„ M. D., O. M. Graduate of University of Toronto Poet Graduate in Diseases of Wobuo and Children. OFFICE—IIpstalrs Democrat building. HAMILTON. - MONTANA. •p H. 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. VlCTOB, Montana TITAS . M. CRUTCHFIELD, Attorney at Law Hamilton Montana. Ravalli County Ravalli County BANK. HAniLTON, MONTANA. DIHEOTORS. W. W. McCrackin. President, T. a. OHArris, Vice-President, J. F. Hakten berger. Cashier, John A. Summers, R. A. O'Hara General Banking Business Transacted C. L. sniTH, 4 * ...Auctioneer. Will cry Sales at All Points in Ravalli County. Terms Reason able. Satisfaction Guaranteed. laVLive Stock Sales a Specialty. HAMILTON, MONT. d »»»»a .....CHOICE..... CONFECTIONS, FRUITS, CIGARS, TOBACCOS, NOTIONS, etc. Everything Fine, Fresh and First-Class. J. POND, One Door West A. C. M. Co. Store. Ravalli House A. L. MOW ATT, Prop. Appetizing Meals, Clean, Comfortable Beds in Well Furnished Rooms, Reasonable Rates. VICTOR, MONT. IWIWtf WW-WWWWWWW and is the low she ute car the in liioM « CaMioi Real Estate | and Loans Bitter Root Valley Hay. Grain and Fruit Lands a spe cialty. Town Property,Lota, Blocks and Acreage. STEVENSVILLE, MONT. Tkis Signatar« is on ovsrebo* «0 the genuine Laxative Bromo^Woioe tan n wo rt y that e—a aonMte nwndny THE WES FERN NEWS Hamilton, Kayalli Ooumrr. Mom. Mill CM ROM N BY. Kdllsr. Pubusbsd Evrby Wkdnksday. S»S:2ffJ2x2!flSi?aEU'.: 8 Catsisd at tbs Post-OMe. at Hamilton ns 4ououd*01ass Matter. ^AdTortlslnf ratM furnltbsd on appllea oonoiAL Horn on mavauj oountv. To Advorttoors. The Western News absolutely guarantee, .taadyertlaers an actual bona fld. paid cir culation within Ravalli county two times greater than that of any othor newspaper oubllshed in the known world. Advertising contracts will be made subject to this guar antee. Wxdnnsday, October 29. 1902. felt and ill past the will Tille VICTOR NEWS. Special Correspondence to tbe Western News. Victor, October 28. J. M. Price spent Sunday in the Garden City. Mrs. J. H. White and littla eon, of Missoula, spent Sunday at the J. C. Jameson ranch. George N. Treadway, of Appolonio, Watters St Co., is taking a few weeks' vacation. J. M. Wood has moved his family back to Missonla, their former home. Miss Albertina Ward and Morton Simpson went to Missonla last week to enter school. The Ladies Aid society of- the M. E. church is preparing to serve a bountiful dinner on election day. F. Sherrill and wife of Corvallis are guests of Mrs. Sherrill's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. H Williams. B. F. Tudor, who has been qnite ill with pneumonia, is now recovering and his good wife, who narrowly es caped an attack of the same disease, is able to be op again. Mrs. W. R. Eltzwroth left on Thursday for Minneapolis, where she will spend the winter. This is the last day's picking of the immense apple crop in the Car low orchard. A bright little sou arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Wil liamson, Friday, October 24th. Prof- R. G. Young of Butte spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Olds, returning to the Smoky City Monday. Mrs, Simon Greenfield is in the Si Patrick hospital in MiBBonla, where she will submit to an operation in a few days. The junior league of the M. E. Church (south) was reorganized last Wednesday afternoon with a large membership. A small erowd listened to a 20-min ute speech from the renowned Heinze delivered from the platform of his car Thursday afternoon. The literary and phonographic en tertainment given by the ladies of the Presbyterian church Thursday evening was well attended and some $20 received from sale of tickets. W. A. Poindexter has sold his prop erty to a gentleman in Butte and will move with his family from the county in a short time. Mrs. A. W. Mulngin, who haa been receiving medical treatment in the Garden City for the past two weeks, returned home Saturday much im proved in health. Our entire oommnnity was shocked and saddened yesterday by the news of the death of L. L. Odell at Port land. For a number of years Mr O'Dell was connected with the M. M. Co. here and was able to count his friends by the score; in fact he had no enemies, and his loss is greatly with lives One the Ga.: leu I C. Coughs *'I had a bad cough for six weeks and could find no relief until I tried Ayer't Cherry Pecto ral. Only one-fourth of the bottle cured me." Ä L. Hawn, Newington, Ont. Neglected colds always lead to something serious. They run into chronic bronchitis, pneumonia, asthma, or consumption. Don't wait, but take Ayer's Cherry Pectoral just as soon as your cough begins. A few doses will cure you then. TkfwUtM: 2k.. Me., SI. AltOnoMs. Cornait jour doctor. If bo wn toko It, thon do ot be tus. If bo telM you as* to toko K, Won don't toko It. He km— Leere tt with him. Wo ore wiulag. ». C. AYBB CO.. LewdU. Mats. felt In ear midst J.M. Appok and wife, Dr. Hanbidge and J. B. Bond attended fho funeral of Mr. Odell in Missoula today. Mrs. G. M. Tuxbury, who has bean ill in St Patrick's hospital for the past three months, was sufficiently recovered to b* ahle to oome up on Saturday evening's train and has sinoe been resting from the trip at the home of Mrs. J. P. Martens but will in e few days be . able to be moved to her own home four miles south ef town. Rev. D. B. .Pries ef the Stevens Tille training school is in town today. a M. his NATURAL anxiety. Mothers regard Approaching winter with uneasiness, children take cold so easily. No disease costs mere little lives than croup. It's attack is sodden that the sufferer is often be yond human aid before the doctor ar rives. 8nch cases yield rapidly to One Minute Congh Cure. Liquifies the mucus, allies inflammation, re moves danger. Absolutely safe. Acta immediately. Çurea coughs, colds, grip, bronchitis, all throat and lung troubles. F. S. McNahon, Hampton, Ga.: "A bad cold rendera me voice leu just befo» an oratorical contest. I intended to withdraw but took One Minnte Cough Cura. It restored my voice in time to win the medal." Ham ilton Drug Co. FLORENCE. Special correspondence to tbe Western News. Florence, Oct. 27. W. E. Gleason returned from Ham ilton Saturday. Mrs. Thos. Holloway and Mrs. G. C. Burke spent Saturday in Missanla. The Woodmen dance Saturday evening was well attended and good time was reported by all. Harper & Baird expect to begin operations near here soon. They will load at Florence. H. E. Gleason, brother of W. E. Gleason is visiting here. C. M. Johnson, Arthur Beokwith and Howard D. Smart were among the republican vote banters in this vicinity the last few days. Last week was democratic week. The Christian cbnrch of this place will, on Nov. 7th, bring the Rev Blackfrom Hamilton to lecture on 'Australia." The proceeds will go towards clearing up the small debt still on the parsonage. As the sub ject is a very interesting one, Rev Black a still more interesting speaker and tbe eause worthy, the leotnre should be well patronized. Only one more week until the M I told yon so," ami *T11 tell you why" will have the floor for a season. Emil Jenny hae returned from Id aho, where he hae been looking up timber locations. It .is rumored that there is to be an election next week. Arthur Herbert and wife have de parted for Watfordi, Canada to be gone two or three weeks. Mr. Her bert was called there suddenly by the serious illness of his mother. Charles Dodge was handing out cigars and satisfied smiles to bis ao - quaintances last week—a girl. MARKET REPORT. The quotation# given below are th e prevailng prices Wednesday morning and are subject to change at any time Butter, Ranch 20c per lb.. Creamery, 30c per lb Eggs, 25c do*. Potatoes, 35c per 100>Ibs Cabbage, 40c per 100 lbs. Hay—Wild, $4.00 to 96.00; Mixed, $6.00 to 8.00; Timothy, $9.00v Baled. Oats, 70c to 80c per M0 lbs. Wheat, 45c per bushel. Apples, 60c. Onions, 50c per 100 lbs. Beets, 40c per 100 lbs. Carrots, 40c per 100 lbs. A TYPICAL SOUTH AFRICAN STORE. O. R. Darson, of Bay Villa, Sundays River, Cape Colony, conducts a store typical of South Africa, at which can be purchased anything from the pro verbial "needle to an anchor." This store is situated in a valley nine miles from the nearest railway station and about twenty-five miles from the near est town. Mr. Larson says: "I favored with the custom of farmers within a radius of thirty miles, to whom I have supplied Chamberlain's remedies. All testify to their value in a household where a doctor's advice is almost out of thé question. Within one mile of my store the population is perhaps sixty. Of these within the past twelve months, no less than four teen have been absolutely cured by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. This must surely be a record." For aale by Corner Drag Co. *1 Bicycle material of Wheeler's A Lazenby. all kinds at 23-tf / V '.Vk Paderewski WhmBaM. Thors b m bsMucsf, m dandruR «ha you sot Ncwbro'o NsrptcMs, Aw latest «ctentHlc discovery. It klfls flic germ or parasite that esmss ^^aAsnlf shanslie ihs unsMBlafe. MMTTO mVW MNTBI WK ROOTIMI* nul of the hair at the root. Far Sals by all Druggbts. Como School Report. The following is the report of Como District No. 20 for the month ending October 24: The names of the chil dren neither tardy nor absent are as follows: Marcus Cook, Fern Evans, Harry Holt, Clarence Holt, Annie Hilt, Charlie Mack. Alice McKinney, Blanche McKinney, Dora McKinney, Hazel Nicholson, Fred Shawver, Vera Kyle, Lvnne Kyle, Inez Kyle. En rollment, 39. Average daily attend ance, 36. Percentage of attendance, 94 per cent. Eugenia E. Berube, Teacher. FORTY YEARS' TORTURE. To be relieved from a torturing dis ease after 40 rears' torture might well cause the gratitude of anyone.' That is what DeWitt'a Witch Hazel Salve did for C. Haney. Geneva, O. He aays: "DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve cured me of piles after I had suffered 40 years." Cures cuts, burns, wounds, skin diseases. Beware ot counterfeits. Hamilton Drug Co. Public Sale at Florence. On Saturday, November 1, at my ranch, one-quarter mile west of Flor ence, the following will be offered for sale: 2 good milch cows, 1 Durham bull, 3 head of horses, 7 head of young hogs, 1 yi dozenjfine Barred Plymouth Rock roosters, 3 dozen pullets, A complete outfit of household goods and other articles too numerous to mention. 51-3t THOS. HOLLA WAY OLD PEOPLE HAVE THEIR TROUBLES. Mr. Francis Little of Benton Har bor, Mich., is over eighty years of age Since 1865 he has been troubled more or less with indigestion and constipa tion and has tried almost everything in use for those ailments. Last Aug ust he began using Chamberlain's. Stomach and Liver Tablets and was soon feeling much better. In a recent letter he aays, **I have used three boxes of the tablets and now thinic I am well." These Tablets improve the appetite and invigorate the stom ach, liver and bowels. For sale by Corner Drug Co. * to is at STRAY. Came to my place on Willow creek about two Years ago one black mare, about eight year» old, weighs about 1108 pounds, branded W P combined on left shoulder, well broken. Owner please calt, prove property, pay charges and take the animal away. JOHN M. BURCH. Corvallis, Montana. 52 4t % ♦ * 4* 4? 4* 4? 4? 4* 4> I 4 SHYIOCH Shylock was the man who wanted a pound of human flesh. There are many Shylocks now, the convales cent, the consumptive, the sickly child, the pale young woman, all want human flesh and they can get it—take Scott's Emulsion. Scott's Emulsion is flesh and blood, bone and muscle. It feeds the nerves, strengthens the digestive organs and they feed the whole body. For nearly thirty years Scott's Emulsion has been the great giver of human flesh. We will send you a couple of ounces free. BCOTT * BOWNE. Chemists. 409-416 Poarl Street. New York. 9K. and ; all druggtaa. IS the pace to put up your team When Ton Oome to Hamilton. Horses Boarded •» rnmmmu» R***. Our livery teams are fresh; our rigs are neat, dear and stylish. Conveyances to any part the of oount/y. JAMES R. RAWLINS, § 9ROMIITOS. _____________________ % J. G. ShOWell, Photographer, * ♦ * 4* 4? 4* 3* 4? ** 4? * 4* 4> 4* Life size photos made from kodak films or any photo graph CHEAPER than east ern prices. A NEW LINE OF FRAMES ALSO AT POPULAR PRICES. 4? * 4* * I Ä"* 1 " st - HAMILTON.*! 4 ? 4 f 4 f 4 ? 4 f 4 î 4 î 4 ? 4 î 4 7 4 î 4 ? 4 ? 4 î 4 î 4 ? 4 ? 4 î 4 î 4 î 4 f 4?4 ? 4 ? 4- . Doing Business at tbe Old Stand 1 Fresh Beef, Pork, Mutton, Fish and Game in Season. Every thing Choice. CITY MEAT MARKET f RUFUS RUSSELL, Prop. CORNER MAIN AND THIRD ST., OPPOSITE BANK Sleeping Child Springs j§ 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 for a rest amid the peaceful mountain soKtadee. Fishing and hunting in abundance. The hotel and bath rooms have been remodeled and refurnished. Cottages may be vented by the Hay, week or month. B. F. SEE, Proprie or. X 'l 1 4* 4 1 'b 4* 4* 4* 'I 1 'i 1 4 1 4* 4* 4* 4* 4 1 4* 4* 4* 'i* 4* 4* 4* 'b 4* k I CHOICE FRESH MEATS f T T ^jt Beef, Pork, Mntton Poultry, Fish and «£* Game in season kept constantly on tjg hand and will be..................... >£ *__4 jj* Delivered at Your Door Every Morning A fair share of the Public Patronage + ^ respectfully solicited ^ I Corvallis Meat Market,! t ALEX CHAFFIN. Prop, | ltt A A A Ailutult Aituit NEW EXCHANGE RATE In an effort to please our customers we are now giving Better Flonr and more of it per bushel of wheat than ever before. FOR ONE BUSHEL OF HARD WHEAT WE dlVB: 33 lbs. No. 1 Hard Wheat Flour. 36 lbs. No. 2 " " (Regina) FOR ONE BUSHEL OF SOFT WHEAT WE OlVB: 33 lbs. No. I Soft Wheat Flour. 33 lbs. No. 2 Hard M (Regina) HIGHEST MARKET PRICES PAID FOE WHEAT. Hamilton Floor Mill Co.