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FANCIES OF THE FASHIONABLE
' -r < Yoke peatKna In- Rail Wnlslfrs-Dalatr Vella end Popular Hbode« in Millinery, Etc. Linen launders well, but.it musses very easily and is therefore by naiffeaiW' economical wear. A smart white fined toilet is in two pieces* The slightly full skirt is of the five-gored* model, with an inlet above thé hem of a three inch band ol' embroidery d'âne on IjÙQÿn. The three-quarter length cdai rtàeT 1 ^ similar band around its aklftf set per* haps two inches above the heim A^eep-j pointed cape collar of thé linen, falls over the shoulders, with a Second'col lar of embroidery a size smdlerfalling over the first. The sleeves droop from the elbow with an inlet of embroidery, and ar_e gathered into a long-pointed cuff of embroidery at the wrist, says the New York Post. The yoke design appears in many of the models for new fall shirt waists. In a few it extends down over the shoul der, but this, according to good author ity, is not considered to be.really good style for the tailored waist, and the tailor'd idea will certainly predominate in these waists this autumn. The im provement in both make and design of mohairs promotes the material almost to firs; choice for fall shirt waists. It is shewn in solid colors, in stripes and in charming overlaid designs. Striped wash flannels will also be used, and for early fall wear the medium-weight cot ton vestings will be liked. The demand for veils shows no sign of decreasing, and new styles of these dainty accessories arc constantly being imported. A heavy chiffon veil which is new is edged with a wide band of lib erty satin ribbon in self color. This veil is shown in white and light tones, and can be had, too, for driving and yachting in the more serviceable blue, brown and green shades. Other new chiffon veils have a self border of Mexi can hand-drawn medallions, which is certainly carrying the vogue of medal lions to a considerable length. Boas remain very fashionable, and some beautiful sets, including boa, muff and hat, are shown. One of the hand somest of these is of brown marabout, slightly snau'ed. The boa has a flat cape and long stole ends and is very fluffy and ample. The muff, too, is of generous proportions. The hat has a crown of deep purple velvet, gathered at the back into a large cut steel buckle. There is a fine quilling around the crown of pale mauve velvet of a tone which accords perfectly with the purple. The rolling brim of the hat is covered with a band of the marabout. Shaded effects appear in everything —hats, feathers, ribbons, velvets. One sees long white plumes flecked with black, pale blue, or pink feathers shad ing into purple, while few feather boas retain the same shade throughout. The fad for these variations has led to some startling combinations of materials. Chiffon and marabout has been a favor ite combination for muffs and boas, and its vogue will not soon decline. Fur has recently been introduced in combina tion with feathers and chiffon as well as lace. Wood-silk laces are among the novel ties of the hour. They are used for all kinds of trimming purposes and for neckwear, and their attractiveness can not be doubted. They come in all col ors, as well as white and black, and re semble expensive silk guipure laces very closely. Before investing in wood fiber lace one should consider its disad vantages. Once wet, it shrivels, rots and rapidly becomes a heap of strings and dust. Moreover, under the best of cars, it is extremely apt to fray. AN OLD BATTLEGROUND. Spot In the Par Northwest Where Indian Tribes Met and Fon«ht I to the Death. Where the great steel bridge of the Northern Pacific railway spans the Columbia river, half way between Spokane and Seattle, Wash., and near the confluence of the Snake and Colum bia rivers, says the Washington Star, there was fought, 60 years ago, a battle I to the death between two Indian tribes, ! probably the Cayuses and the Wallah wallahs or the Clahclellahs, which lat ter tribe was a reckless and-thieving one. The railway company has recently completed a great irrigating ditch 25 miles long and 20 feet wide that is turn ing this valley adjacent to the wept bank 1 of the Columbia from a sage brush plain into what a few years hence will be an orchard aud garden spot 20 miles square, with a climate peculiarly adapted, it is said, to raising all sorts of iyegetables, berries, peaches, apples, pluiiis, cherries and alfalfa. In the tearing Sip process an old Indian battle-ground has been found on the same spot where Lewis and Clark, the pioneer explorers, pitched their camp and front which they pushed their way up stream to the mouth of the Yakima river in the year 1805. This is all historic ground, as at a later date Grant and Sheridan and other army officers were stationed in this vi cinity—Grant in 1S52-3, Sheridan in 1855-6, both of them taking part in re pelling Indian uprisings. In this old battle-ground, and first by means of a well, there were unearthed recently skeletons, flint-lock rifles, Indian heads, brass badges, bearing date of 1846, broken hatchets, spear heads, elks' teeth aud a piece of cloth or matting spun from threads of weeds or hemp. Everything went to show that this part of the Kennewick valley was at one and the same time an old Indian battle and burying ground, as it is now known that the Indians congregated here in great numbers on account of the mild climate, especially during the winter months, when the inclement weather of the high er altitudes drove them into more hos pitable regions. Blame the Bad Habita. Bad luck generally follows in the wake ot bad habits.—Chicago Journal. > DON SUSPENDEBS: Dressmaker« Gasp at the Thought of Aping Men's Toilet. vT ' .> ---------- rÂra-Y.shtonàbi. «vie, n.verth 1 less, Seems to Demand Them—Re formers rind an Argument, (a ,1 the Heavy Skirt, to Be Worm Suspenders came near causing a re " "* ^t Chjqagq. , When Mme.'Elöise Hubert, W;ho is .the .arbiter of ielMiUne'fashions in Boston, announced that the fashion able woman this winter must wear sus penders like a man '«very woman-in the 'room gasped. Then the dissension came iA a torrent. f "Horrible!" "Absurd!" "Nwer! Never!" Nevertheless ''suspenders!' was the question of the hour and after the even ing's programme had been finished knots of women gathered in the corridors of the Lexington hotel and .in the parlors and asked each other the question: ! ''*n!l you?" Every other topic paled and 1 the attention of every .woman was riv- ; eted on the new reform. The majority I agreed thaï they would frown or. tr.e in novation, but if it becomes "swagger" and the correct thing to do those who frowned hardest may be the first to adopt the s; penders. 1 The le;-";:.g modistes agree that a strong possibility exists that these same startling acquisitions to a woman's toilet may become this winter one m the main- : stays of the gowns, whether street, house or those designed for evening functions, that the Chicago society woman will wear. At the recent exhibi tion of the newest things in gowns, both imported and of domestic design, re- ! cently held at the New York : hion show, the idea of adding suspenders to women's wear as an aid in supporting supporting the heavy skirts which the prevailing fashions demand was advocated by a number of the fashionable modistes of the east. Mme. Hubert has designed and manu factured an article or a pair of articles closely resembling the suspenders worn by men and these she exhibited at the convention. The idea in wearing this in vention is to use the shoulders in sup porting the heavy skirts, thus relieving the waist and hips of all strain. While the idea is not a new one among re formers, the design by Mme. Hubert is thought to be the most convenient and the most practicable of any thus far in troduced. When a working model of the Hubert pattern was sprung on the members of the association and the visitors a mighty murmur of disapproval arose and swelled as the purpose of the display was explained. This lessened, however, as the speaker adjusted the new article to a lay figure. It worked well enough and in about the time it take automati cally to harness a horse in a fire engine house when a general alarm has been sent in the skirt used in the demonstra tion was hitched to the lay figure. Here the murmur of disapproval dis appeared entirely and was replaced by looks of incredulity. The good points of the model were presented to the audi ence and its beneficial results when worn were dilated on. A Frightened House, Running like mad down the street dumping the occupants, or a hundred other accidents, are every day occur rences. It behooves everybody to have a reliable Salve handy and there's none as good as Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Burns, Cuts, Sores, Eczema and Piles, disappear quickly under its soothing effect. 25c at Corner Drug Store. * COFFEE MAKING IN 1662. - Sir Thomas Lipton has among the treasures of his library an old cook book, published in 1662, that gives what is perhaps the first English recipe for coffee, says the Detroit Free Press. The Pr ow of That Time Waa to Boll for One Honr Until Fit for Uao. 1 recipe reads: "To make the drink that is now much used, called coffee. "The coffee berries are to be bought at any. druggist, about seven shillings to the pound. Take what quantity you please, and over- a charcoal fire, in an old frying pan, keep theni always stir ring until they be quite black, and when you crack one -with your t.eeth that, it is black within as it is without, yet if you exceed, then do you waste the oyl, and if less, then will it not deliver its oyl; and if you should continue fire till it be white, it will then make no coffee, but only give you its salt. Beat and force through a lawn sieve. "Take clear water, and boil one-third of it away, and it is fit for use. Take one quart of this prepared water, put in it one ounce of your prepared coffee, and boil it gently one hour, and it is fit for your use: drink one-quarter of a pint as hot as you can sip it." 0 g the year.' Sommer and Watch Crystals. "What's the matter with your crys tals?" asked the summer man of the jeweler. "You put a new crystal on my watch last week, and it's broken. Is it the heat?" The Broadway watchmaker carefully brushed the face of the watch and started to put in a new glass on the dial. "No; the heat does not affect a crystal," he replied. "Glass is not con tracted or expanded by hot or cold weather. You probably carry your watch in your little trousers pocket next to your belt. You lean against it and you help along the business. We put un more crystals in the hot days of July and August— and on women's watches, too—than wa do in the other ten months nuts The walking sick, what a crowd of them there are : Persons who are thin and • i WeaKDUtnOt Sick enOUgh tQ gQ tQ be( J , "ChrÖnic Cases" that's what the doctors call them, which in COmmOIl EligHstl ___ ,C> ~ _ gives new life to .the weak ! cvQtprn • 1 -V^t-IIl. ; Scott's Fmiilcinn I . . UU , S ^mUISlOn gets thin and weak persons out fU _ tt i___, „ . TUt. It makes nCW, rich blood, Strengthens the 1 i • 0 DCfVCS and gi\ CS appetite for Ordinary food, * : Scott's Emulsion can be • , -'t-k-Cn aS lOng u.S SlckneSS lasts and do UOOd all the ,• 0 time, ! TkprpV 1 ilCIC nLV means—long- sickness. To stop the continuéd loss of flesh they need Scott's Emulsion.' For the feeling of weakness they need Scott's Emulsion. It makes new flesh and There's and flesh in CVCry dose, ^ strength We will be glad to send you a few doses free. Be sure that this picture in the form of a label is on the wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buy. SCOTT & BOYVNE, Chemists, 409 Pearl St., N. Y. 50c. and $1 -, all druggists. BEAUTY EXPERTS IN DISMAY. Sultan of Turkey Forbid* the IT»« ol Lard In Toilet Prep aration«. The beauty experts have had a se vere setback in the Turkish capital since the sultan's thirst for knowledge led him to look into the ingredients of cusmeucs and pomades. Learning that a large Majority of these articles, dear to the heart of »vornan, arc i...xed with pork lard, Ab do! ,-iamid at once put a royal prohibi tion upon the importation and sale of such "impurity." He invoked the command of the koran, bidding the faithful r.bjure all things appertaining to a pig. Mau-ncturc-rs of soaps and other toiie: art: 1 s have been notified that only such a' are exempt from ail sus picion cf the unclean will be accept able. Small merchants are buying up the unorthodox merchandise prohibited by the sultan. Revolution Imminent. A sure sign of approaching revolt and serious trouble in your system is nervousness, sleeplessness, or stomach upsets. Electric Bitters will quickly dismember the troublesome causes. It never fails to tone the stomach, regul ate the Kidneys and Bowels, stimulate the Liver, and clarify the blood. Run down systems benefit particularly and all the usual attending aches vanish under its searching and thorough ef fectiveness. Electric Bitters is only 50c, and that is returned if it don't give perfect satisfaction. Guaranteed by Bitter Root Drug Co., druggists. * Growth of the Beard. According to a Dublin scientist who has spent considerable time in making the necessary calculations, a man's beard grows on an average about three millimeters a week. At this rate it would increase in length about 16 centi meters every year, and thus at the age of 84 a man who had never shaved would be equipped with a beard about 27 feet in length. Hair Fall "I tried Ayer's Hair Vigor to [■ stop my hair from falling. One- rç half a bottle cured me." £ J. C. Baxter, Braidwood, 111. |i in .»i n mmmmmmmmm ——— m i n e r — — Ayer's Hair Vigor is t certainly the most eco nomical preparation of its kind on the market. A little of it goes a long way. It doesn't take much of it to stop falling of the hair, make the hair grow, and restore color to gray half. Sl.M a Mil«. All draRhti. If your druggist cannot supply you send os one dollar and we will express you a bottle. Be sure and give the name of your nearest express office. Address, i* J.C. i CO., Lowell, GSTI FIES TO !•' HAM V KI'Y REG Ok' L AsHBPRHiM,. Ont the Good Quai, cerlain's or Ashbukham, Om 18 , 1903 .— I think it is onl> i Lit I -houiri tell you whata wpiineitol effet Cham berlain's Cough h d> lia* pro duced. The day lx w- ■ r I was so distressed with • » and cough that I did not think 1- able to take any duties the next <i » . •>* m\ voice was almost choked by tin'cough. The same day I received an order from you for a bottle of your Cough Remedy. T at once procured a sample bottle, and took about three dos< s of the tnedicinê; To liiy great relief t lie longn and cold had completely disappeared and I was ablfe to preach three tunes on Easter Day. I know that this rapid and ef fective Cure was due to your Cough Remedy. I make this testimonial without solicitation, being thankful to have found such a God-sent remedy. Respect fully .jours, E A. Lanokei.dt. M. A.. Rector of St. Luke's Church. To Chamberlain Medicine Co. This remedy is for sale t> y Cornet Drug Store. * Hello« of Roman London. More relics of Roman London are be ing brought to light with the clearing away of Newgate's old foundations. Further remains of the Roman wall which once inclosed the city have been discovered on what was once a slope above the now vanished river Fleet. Cnteh 'Em Roth Way«. The Chamberlain family in England if certainly in position to catch the pop ular sentiment "a-comin' an' a-gwine." remarks the Baltimore American. While the old man is out selling a rival line of goods the boy stays behind the counter and sells the same old brand. One Hundred Dollars a Box Is the value H. A. Tisdale, Summer ton, S. C., places on DeWitt Witch Hazel Salve. He says: "I had the piles for 20 years. I tried many doctors and medicines, but all failed except DeWilt's Witch Hazel Salve. It cured me." It is a combination of healing properties of Witch Hazel with anti septics and emolients; relieves and permanently cures blind, bleeding, itching and protruding piles, sores, cuts, bruises, eczema, salt rheum and all skin diseases. Sold by Bitter Root Drug Co. * WHY VACATIONS ARE GIVEN. Mind and Body At« Benefited by Change and Relaxation of Simmer Ontlng«. In this age of tension every boy shoulri be taught some form of recreation that he will cling to in afterlife. When no thing by which be has made his fnror nr money threatens his very existence, h" ear. turn to this safeguard, and, while his mind is pleasurably occupied, regain his physical poise. It may be yachtin? , canoeing on little rivers, mountain ^limbing, traveling, horseback riding or hunting. Whatever it may be, the thought and the love for it is better en gendered during the formative years, if there is a full understanding that it is to act as a running mate to the greater work in life, and is properly and neces sarily part of a boy's education. For those who work under modern stress, there is, with rare exceptions, al ways a time when the strain becomes greater than the endurance, and an en forced change is imperative. The sum mer vacation is the expression of a phys ical necessity. It has come into exist ence in America in the last 25 years, and it satisfies the neerii of many, especially the young, who have not forgotten how to play, or those, the strong among us, who learned something as boys that they still like to do as men. There are others, however, who are not so fortu nately placed, and still others growing up who do not realize this need. Stin'« Chemical Rnya. The actinic, or "chemical." rays of the sun, are the blue, violet and ultra-violet rays, and are the only ones in the 'cure or diseases, the other rays having no physiological action on animal life. The value of these rays in destroying the bacteria of disease was first shown by Filson, of Denmark, who applied them very successfully to the treat ment of lupus, a tuberculosis of the skin. Its use has not been made ef fective in cancer, because the rays do not penetrate deeply enough. BRAIN-FOOD NONSENSE. Another ridiculous food fad has been branded by the most competent authorities. They have dispelled the silly notion that one kind of food is needed for brain, another for muscles, and still another for bones. A correct diet will not only nourish a particular part of the body, but it will sustain every other part. Yet, however good your food may be, its nutriment is destroyed by^indigestion or dyspepsia. You must prepare for their appear ance or prevent their coming by tak ing regular doses of Green's August Flower, the favorite medicine of the healthy millions. A few doses aids digestion, stimulates the liver to healthy action, purifies the blood, and makes you feel buoyant and vigorous. You can get this reliable remedy at Sherman, the Druggist's, Hamilton Joseph Bowden's, Corvallis. Price 25c and 75c, 18tf « ge ' SnOKE THE j Flor De Baltimore I Strictly Hand Made Union Cigar. j TRY.ONE! ♦ . J. E. OPPENHEIMER CO. • - : • • •- 'm %■& ^ vs* V*? ggg JOHN LAG à Ft QUI ST. ERICKSON. LAGÈRQU1ST & ERICKSON, Contractors and Builders. ä PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS AND ESTIMATES. FtR NISH ED ON SHORT NOTIC E. -Satisfaction Guaranteed. Hamilton Montana XV ^5?%? XX? Xÿ;. ^ ^ V I CITY MEAT MARKET;' CORNER MAIN AND THIRD STREET § Is preparec%t.-> I irnist- the retail and wholesale trade ft with the choicest :: :: W ft W ft---------w § Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veal, Etc., Etc. » ft H ft .. . _____ __________ » Fish and Gan in season. SWAN JOHNSON, Prop. Ä » J. C. HARVEY. ROY BURKE. I 1 i I 1 I cw £3 HARVEY © BURKE, ...General BlacKsmithing... WAGON MAKING AND REPAIRING, HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY. Rates reasonable aud satisfaction Guaranteed. ciîSro HARVEY & BURKE, |_gr"North 2nd Street -second shop north from hitching sheds. This Paper and the Weekly Wisconsin. We have perfected clubbing arrangements whereby we can now offer both this paper and the Weekly Wisconsin for the low price of $2.oi i a year. The Weekly Wisconsin is a : family newspaper unexcelled in reputation, j Particular attention is devoted to the local . news of the northwest. Its woman's page j of matter every week is worth the cost of the paper. Call For Ravalli County Warrants. Notice is hereby given that the fol lowing Ravalli county warrants will be paid, upon presentation to the county treasurer, at the court house in Hamilton, Montana. All outstanding General Fund war rants. All outstanding District Court Gen eral Fund vyarrantji. All Contingent Fund warrants, reg stered prior to August 1, 1903. All Road Fund warrants, registered prior to October 1, 1900. All Poor Fund warrants, registered prior to May 1, 1903. No interest will be paid on the above warrants after November 19, 1903. 3-4t Harvey L- Carter. Treasurer. Ravalli County, Montana. Tax Notice for 1903. Hamilton, Montana, Oct. 5, 1903. Taxes for 1903 are now due and pay able at the office of the County Treas urer at Hamilton. Montana, and will become delinquent on November 30th next. Unless paid prior thereto ten per cent will be added to the amount thereof. Respectfully, Harvey L. Carter, County Treasurer. The Lone Star State. Down in Texas at Yoakum, is a big dry goods firm of which Mr. J. M. Haller is the head. Mr. Haller on one of his trips east to buy goods said to a friend who was with him in the palace car, "Here, take one of these Little Early Risers upon retiring and you will be up early in the morning feeling good." For the "dark brown" 'aste, headache and that logy feeling DeWitt's Little Early Risers are the best pills to use. Bitter RootDrug Co. ra-ri.5 i-v a w g - Y idSJ Ti : j . j CHURCHES. Catholic CJliuroh—South Fifth Street. Ser vices lirst mid third Sundays of each month. First Mass at s o'clock a. m. High Mass, fol lowed b.v benediction, at 10:30a. m. Sunday school at 2:k0 p. in. Ciiaiu.es Maokin. Pastor. M. K. Church—North Sixth Street. Preach ing at Id a. ni. and N p. m. Sunday school 10 it. hi. Kpworth League 7:00 p. rn. Prayer meeting every Thursday evening. Strangers always made welcome. J. A. Smith, Pastor, Itaptist Church—South Fourth Street. Preaching fourth Sunday In each month at II a. m. and M:00 p. m., and at3p. m. second Sunday. Sunday school 10 a. m. Preaching at Corvallis at li a. m. and s p. m. on second Sunday of each month. W. R. Hickman. Pastor. Presbyterian Church—South Fifth Street. Preaching every Sunday at 11 a. m. and K:00 p. m. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Christian Endeavor Sundays at 7:(Ki p. m. ,1. E. llmtKii AKT, Pastor. Christian Church—South Second street. Preaching every Sunday morning and even ing by the pastor. The C. E services com mence ill 7 :(ni p. ni. and Hie evening services at 8:00. Each service lasts one houi. Ail are cordially invited 10 attend. H. M. OunGAN. Pastor. Hi. Paul's Episcopal Church—South Third street. Services on Sunday at 11 a. ra. and 8:00 p. m except on the first Sunday in each month, when there will lie no service On 1 li.e second Sunday in tiie month ttiere will ho a celebration of t.lio holy communion at a. 111 . Sunday school every Sunday at 10 a. m. VVednesdaysevensong, followed by choir practice. J. W. Fogahtv, Hector. i Cbe Palace, CHAS. BOURNE, PROPRIETOR Dtal er l w Tine mines, Eiquors and ßigars. Both Domestic und Imported. Gool, Refreshing Draught Beer a Specialty. Also nil kinds of BOTTLED GOODS for ourists und outing parties. tbe Palace, Uictor, mont. Missoula Bottled Beer Is unexcelled. It is one of the mos popular beverages on the market. It is manufactured of the best and purest ingredients. Give it a trial. Valley Colothlng Co. distributors for Ham ilton. 35-t£.