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m You will soon have to be getting you Fall and Winter Un ^ derwear and if you will take the trouble to look around and compare quality and prices we will be sure to get your or der. Never before in the history of our house have we shown such splendid values and such an immense assort ment for both men, women and children in both cotton fleeced, half wool and all wool garments, two pieced gar ments and union suits. Childrens' heavy fleeced under wear, finished seams, full sized 15c and up. Children's heavy fleeced ribbed, a fine fitting garment, finished seams a splendid article that will be more than satisfactory, 20c and up accordingto size. Children's good half wool 25c and up and our line of fine Australian wool steam shrunk goods at 35c and up are values which you cannot beat in th e country and we stand back of every garment for satis factory wear. We would also call your special attention to our strong lines of children's school shoes. We firmly believe that we can and do save you money on your shoe bills. We handle only direct from the factory goods. No jobbing house goods here. We make a specialty of extra heavy soles with fine Vici Kid uppers for children and Misses school shoes, sizes from 5 to 2. A neat, dressy shoe and one that will stand the hard knocks. We are also showing the best values in Ladies' $1.50, $1.90, $2.50 and $3.00 shoes. If you are looking for the best for the money you cannot afford to overlook us. ^7777777777777977799999 Q Bitter Root Brevities. V. Burch of Stevensville did busi ness in Hamilton yesterday. George Corscaddon of Victor was a business visitor in Hamilton yester day. A. L. Bank is having the front ol his store brightened with a new coat of paint. A. N. Mittower of Victor was tran sacting business in the county seat yesterday. Ur. R. W. Beck, formerly of Stev ensville, has opened dental parlors over the Hamilton Book Store. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McLeod enter tained a party of their friends last Friday evening at their home on the Gold Rimgs For Ladies and (ientlemen ALL, KINUS AND ALL SIXES AND AT ALL PRICES Plain 14k and 18k Wedding Rings In Tiffany oval, full oval and wide oval shapes; from. $3 to $9 Seal Rings Beautifully chased and carved with monogram or crest en graved on top, from.. $2.50 to $10 Set Rings A large variety of designs, set with opals, pearls, garnets, tur quoise, amethysts, topaz and rubies; from.........$1J)0 to $25 Diamond Rings In cluster and solitaire or set in combination with other precious stones; a large and varied as sortment; prices ranging from... ...... $t to $2W A. L. BANK JEWELER AND OPTICIAN I Bitter Root Stock farm. Dancing was the order of the evening and an enjoy able time was reported. X. R. Moore, George Ludeman and John Ritchie left Thursday morning on a two weeks' hunting trip up the West Fork. Win. Ostermeyer came over from Butte last week on account of the ill ness of his mother. He returned last Thursday. Wm. Higinan has opened a bakery with confectionery and soda water ac companiments in the Edwards build ing, on Main street. Mrs. Frank Nase has returned to her home in Butte after enjoying a plea's ant visit with lier mother, Mrs. Alice Hedge of Corvallis. Chris Jergenson thinks he lias a prize squash, a 50 pounder of the Hub hard variety, and has placed it on ex hibition at the Missoula fair. A1 Whittaker and wife who have been visiting for the past week with Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Burns, returned to their home in Minnesota, last Mon day. Magni & Harvey left for Darby Monday where they go to paint the handsome residence of W. J. Teidt. They expect to be gone about two weeks. A party of Hamiltonians composed of Win. Grush, Wm. Steele, Tom Blackin ore, J. R. Rawlins and John Campbell went to Missoula this morn ing to take in the fair. The Ravalli hotel will close for the winter months next Friday. The plans at present are to reopen it again April 1, 1905, under tne management of Mr. J. C. Grisenthwaite. Fred Ostermeyer, editor and mana ger of the Cascade Miner, at Roslyn, Wash., spent the week in town having been called here by the illness of his mother who is making rapid improve ment. Fred Burrill, A. W. Martin and A. Lemeux, better known as "Frenchie,'' returned from a 17 days' hunt in the Clearwater country last Monday. The boys killed four elk and a deer be sides other small game. Attorney H. L. Myers went to Hel ena last week to file a petition with Governor Toole asking for the release and pardon of Egbert Faucett, of Eight Mile, who is serving a sentence for the crime of criminal assault. The petition bore the names of many sign ers, among them being a number of the jurymen who convicted him. ill ac her a ex E. C. Packer and wife left yesterday morning for a trip to the World's fair. A. C. Baker went to Missoula this morning to take in the races at the fair. Mrs. Joe Bush and daughter, Miss Edith started this morning for St. Louis to attend the big fair. The ladies of the Catholic sewing circle were entertained last evening at the home of Mrs, E. Magni. A marriage license was issued to day to Miss Alice I. Mason and Ar thur R. Granger, both of Florence. Dr. Fred Ellis went to Butte yester day where he will probably en gage in the practice of his profession. Mr. Robt. C. Harper went to Stev ensville this morning to attend the funeral of the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Harper. Hon. William Lindsay, republican nominee for governor, will speak in Hamilton on Thursday, Oct. 13. and at Stevensville on Friday, Oct. 14. Chas. Boure of Victor has filed a petition for letters of administration in the estate of Wm. G. Bourne, de ceased. The hearing has been set for Oct. Patsy McCue, the famous little jockey of New York city, arrived in Hainiltton Monday evening, and after a few days' visit with relatives and friends will return to Kansas City where he has been engaged to ride. engaged to ride. Dr. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER Helps housekeepers more than any other article in the household. Its use protects the health of the children* Sheriff Josh Pond received a check for S25 from the state Insane asylum Monday, for expenses in keeping Johnson, the escaped lunatic who used so much trouble for the officers here. The usual services will be held at the Methodist Episcopal Church South next Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m. In the evening the pastor. Rev. J. B. Para all, will preach the first of a ser ies of sermons entitled "Scripture Cameos." All are invited. H. B. Carpenter, government sur veyor who engaged in surveying the line between Idaho and Montana has suspended the party for this winter, resuming the work next season. The line follows the Bitter Root range and the continental divide and is a rough and difficult line to survey. Geo. Taylor, manager of the furni ture department of the A. C. M. Co., received a letter recently from his son, George, who is now at Los Angeles, Cal., stating that he is feeling much improved in health and that he has gained 3 pounds in weight. George expects to leave in about a month for Arizona. The democratic county central com mittee met at the office of R. Lee Mc Culloch on Monday and appointed Robt. McLaughlin' of Corvallis, as the democratic candidate for clerk of the court, caused by the resig nation of Chas. F. Daly. H. C. Groff of Victor was elected secretary and treasurer of the committee. Mrs. Harriet Jordon and Miss Mary Bell have returned from a visit to their old home in Iudiana. They brought with them a 69 pound water melon just to show that stuff will grow in other countries as well as the Bitter Root. The ladies spent a few d ays at the St. Louis fair on the re turn trip. A. C. Gormley, Chas. H. Hall and Miles Romney, democratic nominees for congress, attorney * general and secretary of state, respectively, and who have been indorsed by the labor, populist, anti trust democratic and anti-trust republican parties, will leave for Kalispell tomorrow. On Friday evening they will open the democratic campaign in that city and will then tour the northern tier of counties. From the certificate of nominations filed with Secretary of State Hays last week, it is shown that in the makeup of the state democratic ticket there are five lawyers, two ranchmen, two newspaper men, one cattle raiser, one mining operator, one civil en gineer and one teacher. Gov. Toole and Messrs. Norris, Gormley, Smith and Hall are lawyers; Messrs. Carney and Cardwell are ranchmen, Messrs. Romney and Goodwin are newspaper men, Mr. Fusz is a mining operator, Mr. McRae is a civil engineer, Mr. Kay is a teacher and Mr. Browne is a cattle raiser.—Butte News. A1 Porter, who for years was a res ident of the Bitter Root valley, spent Friday in town, leaving yesterday morning for Seattle, where he is re sidining at present. Mr. Porter had been in the Bitter Root valley gather ing up the remnants of his worldly effects and converting as many of them into cash as possible. He did some trading while he was in the val ley and when he arrived in Missoula he had part of a carload of horses which he is shipping west, where he e xpects to dispose of them at a good figure. Mr, Porter is now the owner of city property in Seattle and is well satisfied with his new home, although t he sight of the fruit trees loaded to the ground with apples, pears and plums made him homesick for the old Bitter Root, he said yesterday morn ing before he resumed his journey to the west.—Missoulian. For Sale—Good gentle horse. Also single set of harness. Call on or ad dress Mrs. J. A. Lainey. 48 tf Born. Lillick—To Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lil lick, Sept. 22, a ten pound boy. X******4»****fc Ill * SOMEWHERE, for £ ^4 anything you want to ^ ^ sell. Our business is ^ *. to find the buyer. »■ List your Real Es jj* täte with us — ^ I Wewillfind | I the Buyer | * _ * £ 4* f MORRIS & GROW, f Insurance and General Land j» TT Business. ^ HAMILTON, MONTANA. ^ *£4*4*4* 4*4* 4» 4*4* 4*4*40* ! I Through Service —TO— SAINT LOUIS AND THE EAST Missouri Pacific Railway THROUGH SCENIC Colorado FERTILE . Kansas and IDlssouri PULLMAN SLEEPING CAES, OBSER VATION DINING CARS. ELECTRIC LIGHTS, ELECTRIC FANS. RECLIN ING CHAIR CARS. SEATS FREE. Up-to-Dafe Day Coaches. For berths, tickets, folders, etc., address G. W. FITXGERALD, General Agent, 51 E. Broadway, Butte, Montana. H. C. TOWNSEND, General Passenger and Ticket Agent, St. Louis. For the.... Choicest Confections .In town, ga to the Ä. UNION STORE I-^ $ AH goods are... I Strictly Union Hade. A ...All Kind* of Soft Drinks. East Main Street. NOTICE! t I F you want a loan on your ranch or other good security at 8. 9 or 10 per cent for 2, 3 or 5 years, come and see us before you borrow and we will save you interest money. I F you have money to loan on gilt edge securities, place it with us and we will guarantee all se curity that we take, and will cash your mortgage at any time you need your money. I F you want to buy a good ranch or a piece of town proper ty, we have a list of 100 choice bargains at lowest prices to pick from on easy terms to suit cust omers. I F you want your house, barn, wool, lumber, hay or building under construction insured, we will write it at lowest possible rates. We represent six old line companies who pay their losses in 30 days, also agent for the New York Life Insurance Co., of New York. We will be pleas ed to quote you rates on any policy that you wish. You do not have to die to win in the N. Y. Life Insurance Co. IF you want a deed, mortgage, agreement or any other legal papers written we will do it cheap, as we are notary public. I F you want to sell your ranch or town property, list it with us and we will sell it for you. W'e respectfully solicit your patron age and your business will be appreciated and promptly done. Ravalli Abstract Co. Second Street, Hamilton, Mont. i PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ! QEO. MoGRATH, m. d. c. m Graduate of Queen College. I MEDALIST IN MEDICINE , SURGERY and OBSTETRICS. Uffioe over Uavalll County Bank. Hamilton, - - Montana i H ERBERT BRETHOUR, M. B.. M. D.. 0. M. Graduate of University of Toronto Poat Graduate in Diseases of Wom>- and Children. OFFICE—Opposite Ravalli County Bank. RESIDENCE—Ravalli Hotel. HAMILTON, - - - MONTANA JJR. F- E. BUCHEN, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON , Office over Uavalll County Bank. Hamilton. - - Montana £HAS. S. WAGNER, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Hamilton, Montana. ßR. R. W. BECK, DENTIST Office and Residence over Hamilton Book Store Hamilton, Montana. JJR. E. A. MYERS, ...DENTIST... Office Over Ravalli County Bank. Hamilton, - - Montana. L. MYERS, ATTORNEY AT LAW Office on Main Street. Hamilton, - - - Montana. For a Short Time Only Artificial Teeth per set $7.50 22 k. Solid Gold Crowns $5.00 Fillings from 50 cents and up All Work Guaran teed for 5 Years These prices will pre vail for a short time only. A perfect fit and satisfac tion guaranteed. Do not wait. Come at once. Dr. Fred Ellis, ...DENTIST... HAMILTON HOTEL Livery Stables THOS. BEAVERS. PROPRIETOR* The Finest Turnouts in the City Will not be beat in Rates Opposite the Depot, Hamilton, Mont.