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School Shoes for Boys and Girls t » » VOU :ill know how soon a hole is kicked through the ordinary childs shoe by the ever restless feet. You cannot make them keep still; you wouldn't if you could. The only thing to do is to get the stoutest and i >kst made shoes possible—and let them kick. Our Children's shoes are made to stand all kinds of knocks and hard wear. It's quality first, price next here, with a guar antee that you get your moneys wouth. If you want a good, honest, low priced shoe ask for the Hamilton Brown or "District 76" If you want the best shoe on earth (we don't care what price you pay elsewhere or where you by them) get our ELK SKIN SHOE For Boys and Girls and get more wear out of one pair than you will out of three pair of ordinary shoes. Lots of comfort goes along with wearing quality, too. ß&' LAWKS NEW SPRING AND SUMMER HATS NOW OPEN. GET FIRST CHOICE BY MAKING EAREY SELECTION. YOURS FOR BARGAINS I Ravalli County Mercantile Co. Hamilton, Montana. Bitter Root Brevities. $ John F. Wood was tip from Etna Wednesday. W. O. Fisk spent a few hours in Butte Thursday. Geo. F. Miehky was a Missoula vis itor Wednesday. Forbes Buchanan of Darby is a bus iness visitor in Hamilton today. R. Parkhurst was the guest of his sister, Mrs. Julia Harlan, Sunday. Ben Greenup of Darby was a bus iness visitor iu Missoula yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Dent of Darby spent Saturday and Sunday in town. Fred Sterling, manager of the Mis soula Mercantile Co., is a Hamilton visitor today. Geo. F. Butler has accepted a posi tion in the hardware department of the A. C. M. Co. store. Mrs. R. E. Harper and Miss Laura visited friends at Stevensville a few days during the past week. Mrs. K. A. Johnson and children re turned Saturday night from a visit with relatives iu Deer Lodge. Charley Peyton and Frank Price last week shipped 31 marten skins to Chicago, receiving S3 per skin. John McKnight was down from West Fork a few days last week. John is entirely recovered from his recent ill ness. J. W. Cooney arrived from Butte Thursday and will remain some time looking after his orchard interests on the west side. A. L, Mowatt, Robert Nelson and Judge W. S. Jones were among the Victories attracted to the county cap ital yesterday. A marriage license was issued to day by Clerk of the Court Baker, to Frank J. Nichols and Edna M. Wil liams, both of Victor. D. C. Bass was up last week from the Pine Grove orchards and while here placed an order for a couple of car loads of apple boxes. Harry Pell left Monday for Billings where he has secured a lucrative sit uation with one of the leading paint shops of that progressive city. H. J. St. John, public administrator was up from Victor Friday and made applicati on for letters of administra tion in the estate of the late Newton Herrick. Mr. Arthur Mahan of the west side and Miss Flossie Newell of Grants dale were united in marriage last Thursday evening, Judge E. C. Whal ey officiating. Mrs. J. A. Meeke and children and Rev. James Taylor and Mrs. Samuel Taylor arrived last week from far away Belfast, Ireland, and expect to become Montanans. C. R. Bell, the hustling real estate man, on last Saturday sold a fifteen acre farm on the west side, the prop erty of Henry Weichers of Woodside, to J. C. Wilson. Westside property is looking up. Tw ice a robber is the man who reads a paper regularly yet is not a sub scriber. He robs some friend of his pa per and enjoys the fruits of the labors of the newspaper man without e x pend i t u re.—E x. The board of countv commissioners last week ordered that a new county road be opened, running due south Fifty Years the Standard BÀKI > F cream of PRICE BAKING . GW DER CO.. CHICAGO. from Secord street and which will re <luce the distance bv wagon road be t ween Hamilton and Darby about on and one-half miles, or three miles f> the round trip. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Koehler arri ed last week from Deer Lodge an h ave gone on to Owl creek where M K oehler, who is foreman of the Bould er Creek Hydraulic Placer Mining Co e xuects to begin operations shortly. T he snowfall of the past week was Godsend to the farmers of the Bitte Root valley. All accounts agree tha the fall ol snow in the mountains dur ing the past winter has been unpre ce dentedly light and grave apprehen siou of a scarcity of water for irriga tion was felt. The Hamilton Tennis club reorga tzed for the season last week at a meet ing held in the Ravalli County Ban building. The following "charter members were enrolled: C. C. Chaffin president; M. A. White, secretary and treasurer; F . E. Gage and C. F. Moore, directors; H. L. Carter, Dr. R. W. Beck, Gordon Stuart, George Dick, Ki v J. E. Burkhart, R. L Perkins, J. C. conkev, F. D. Dudley, Rev. II M. Hale, H. C Packer, I. E Moore, C. F. Moore, Jr. C. B Moore, Dr. E. A. Mvers and J. D. Gravelle. Dave Harold, former foreman of one of the subdivisions of the Bitter Root Stock farm is now located at Griffin, Cal., and wishing to keep posted on Bitter Root affairs has subscribed to The Western News, the paper that prints all the news of the county with out fear or favor. Charley Tallent has accepted the of fer of a lucrative position with a Wis consin shoe house as traveling sales man. The state of Montana is to be his territory and he will enter upon his new duties April 1. Charley's many rierids wish him unbounded success n his new field, re Miss Katherine Roberts who lives in Butte arrived in Hamilton last week fiom a trip to California. Miss Rob erts is a sister to W, H. Roberts of this city and she will visit with him hort time. She expects to make a isit to her old home in Wales about be first of April. Rev. Johnson of Missoula was guest of E. A. Trosdahl last week. Rev. Johnson is a Swedish minister and held seryices in that tongue Wed' esday night at the Trosdahl home It is verv probable that he will come to Hamilton once a month to hold ser vices in the future. The logging train, in charge of Conductor Farrell, was put on Monday and is now bri nging down from Darby 20 car loads of logs every day. The big mill has been completely over hauled and it is expected that orders will be issued to start up for the sea son's run about the first Monday April. J. H. Walsh, editor of the Montana News, a socialist paper published at Helena, will deliver a series of lectures on the labor question in the Bitter Root valley, commencing at Hamilton on Friday, M arch 17 and 22; Camas 18; Darby, 20; Grantsdale, 21; Corval lis, 23; Victor, 24; Stevensville, 25. II lustrated songs and stereopticau views. Admission free. Assessor G. W. Johnson is busily engaged iu writing up the lists for the annual assessment. The canvass the county will begin about April 1. Assessor Johnson will cover the dis trict east of the river north of Hamil ton; Deputy Chas. S. Miles will take the west side north of Hamilton and Deputy James L. Everly will assess the people of the upper valley. Miss M. E. McMurry, who has just returned from a spring purchasing tour of the larger fashion centres of Miss M. E. McMurry, who has just returned from a spring purchasing tour of the larger fashion centres of the east in the interest of the A. C. M. Co. millinery department, has resum ed her position with that house as head of the department where she is now ready to meet all who are desirous of seeing everything in up-to-date headgear for women, Misses and children. 21 tf A miraculous escape was had bv the men at the Orefinder mine, near Vic tor, Tuesday. A quanity of powder was being thawed, when, in some un known manner it exploded, blowing the blacksmith shop to splinters. J. W. Chilson, the blacksmith, had been out of the building but a few minutes when the explosion occurred. Several men who were working under ground at the time and rushed to the surface to find the building had disap peared. The new game la>v provides that every person who hunts or fishes with in the state of Montana must pay an annual license of one dollar. The sheriff and other peace officers are re quired to assist the game wardens in enforcing this law. The bounty of $7 ou bears has been stricken off. The bounty on mountain lions and full grown wolves was placed at $10 and on wolf pups and covotes at $3. The skins or scalps of bounty bearing animals must be submitted to the in spector on the first three days of each month only. Business Locals. Weddings rings in latest shapes, suitable inscription free, Banks'. 21 tf A dance will be given at the big hall at Grantsdale on March 17. 20-2t Fresh oysters every Friday and Sat urday at Russell's meat market. 12 tf For rent cheap—Reinkeh lodge, fine home. Apply Morris and Grow'. 11 tt MONEY TO LOAN—on good real estate security. Samuel Dinsmore, Missoula, Montana. 11 tf Cut flowers all the year from the Missoula Nursery Co. Leave orders at Roberts'. 24 tf FOR SALE—Eighty acres of laud with six room house, 1 1 , miles north of Corvallis. Thomas Romney. 19-tf We are here with the goods. We can and will save you money on fur niture and hardware. Smith's Second hand store. 17-tf For sale cheap—13 room house, fine grounds, fruit trees, baru etc. An Cv. Ar. Sv iO I §8 as S s§ S3 & fiSS ss gg S3 *5 Ss 8 dS lap isS 1. ideal home. A bargain. Apply Mo> ris and Grow, Hamilton Mont. 11 tf Just received large variety of g<-t - tlemen's chains and link buttons, Banks'. 21 if For Sale—Five dozen of the best laying hens in the Bitter Root va lev . Inquire of F. E. Hyde, the barber, Hamilton. 21 tf Spring has come and so has our mammoth stock of wall paper. We have all the latest and most artistic designs. Inspection will convince y ou. Call and see us. Emil Magm. 21 4t G.P. Jemison has put in a skiaiming station just north of Victor and re pectfully solicits the patronage of the people of that vicinity. 21 4t If it is a bilious attack take Cham berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and a quick cure is certain. For sale by Corner Drug store. A complete outfit of household goods will be sold at public auction at the Wheeler residence in Hart addition Saturday, March 18. 21-lt FOR SALE—Lot 3 block 36, River view addition to Hamilton, known a: the W. L. Slater home, price; $5t)U Bryan & Bryan Missoula, Mont. 16 6t Seed potatoes for sale.—A small quanity of Carmen No. 3. The best large, white potatoe on the market. J. E. Lockwood. 2>'/2 miles N. W. of Woodside. 2o-4t FOR RENT—The Dow ranch, 160 acres, 4 miles south of Victor, 100 inches of water, "Bitter Root.'' W. J. STEPHENS, 18 tf Missoula, Mont. Don't overlook the fact that the Missoula Nursery Co, are the largest growers of nursery stock in the north west. Write for our catalogue at once or place your ordei with our traveling agents. 7tf Suits Made to Order $15 and Upwards. PANTS $4.00 AND UPWARDS Fit and workmanship guaran teed. Cleaning, pressing, re pairing and dyeing neatly done. F. W. HORK, THE TAILOR. DR. W. A. GLASGOW HOHŒPATHIC is tt PHYSICIAN. Office: Higgins Block, Hours 2 to 5. 'Phone 140 B. flissoula. Montana TIME CARD TRAINS. h/f IL1CN BITTER ROOT BRANCH. ms y & & Cv. 6:35 a. m, 7:g0 Ar. 8:t!5 Train No. 13s . ...Hamilton.. .Stevensville. .. .Missoula... Ar. 6:50 p. m. 6:66 Lv. 5:00 Northern Pacific Express money orders for sale. Bankable anywhere. A. M. Ci.ei.am>. G. I' A.. St. Paul. Minn S. R. WlliSON. Agent. R. TILTON LICENSED AUCTIONEER. Guarantees Satisfaction. Give me a Trial. Call on or Address jt jt R. Tilton, GRANTSDALE, HONTANA Sv HAMILTON HOTEL ££ iO r5f< I Ctoery Stables g THOS. BEAVERS, PROPRIETOR. /»s The Finest Turnouts in the City w Ullll not be beat in Kates Opposite the Depot, Hamilton, Mont. §8 as S 3 s§ S3 & fiSS ss gg S3 *5 Ss 8 g dS lap isS asssssss&s'aæsôs i MONEY TO LOAN on gilt edge ranch property at 8. 9 and 10 per cent for 2, 3 or 5 years. Come and see us before you borrow and we will save you interest money. If you have money to loan and want it placed on gilt ranch se cureties, place it with us and we will guarantee all secureties that we take and will cash your mort gage at any time if you need your money. We have 100 choice ranches for sale on easy terms. Come and see us before you buv and we will save you hard, cold, cash money on your investment. We represent six old line Fire Insurance companies that pays their loses in thirty days after proofs. We will he pleased to quote you lowest possible rates. BARGAINS $650.66 buys good house and barn in Hamilton. $950 buys 10 acres. 4-room house, nice orchard and shrubs, water. $1,600 buys 40 acres all in good hay, water, line location. $1.000 buys I acre tract, good 2-story house, water, in Hamilton. $1,700 buys 2 acres, line buildings,barn orchard, water, Hamilton If you want a deed, agreement, mortgage or any other legal papers written, we will do it cheap as we are Notary Public If you want to sell your property of any description, list'it with us aud we will sell it for you. 3Ve respectfully solicit your patron age and your business will be appre ciated and promptly done. Call or write us for furl lier particu lars. Ravalli Abstract Co. Second Street, Hamilton, Mont. Comfort Everywhere -ON THE North =Western Limited Every Night MINNEAPOLIS and ST. PAUL to CHICAGO VIA CM ■ / «Vi Line c. ST. r. ft. a 0. Ry "THE BEST OF EVERYTHING" The Equipment is of the most modern design, const rurted to give the great est, degree of comfort with every pos sible convenience. A. M. FENTON. Gen'l Agt.. Helena. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. QEO. MoGRATH, M. D. C. Ml Graduate of Queen College. MEDALIST IN MEDICINE SURGERY and OBSTETRICS Office over Ravalli County Bank. Hamilton. - - Montana j_J ERBEBT BRETHOUR, M. B.. M. D.. O. M. Graduate of University of Toronto. Post Graduate in Diseases of Women and Children. OFFICE—Opposite Ravalli Couutv Bank. RESIDENCE—Ravalli Hotel. HAMILTON, MONTANA. I) B. F. E. BUCHEN, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, Office over Ravalli County Bank. Hamilton. - - Montana jjR. R. W. BECK, Office and Residence over Hamilton Book Store Hamilton, Montana. JJR. E. A. MYERS, ...DENTIST... Office Over Ravalli County Bank. H AMiLTON, - - Montana. ^'HAS. M. CRUTCHFIELD, Attorney at Law Hamilton Montana.