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THE WESTERN NEWS
Published Every Wednesday by MILES ROMNEY, Editor and Proprietor. Subscription Rates : One Year, in advance.........82.00 Six Months, in advance....... 1.00 One Year, if not in advance... 2.50 Six Months, if not in advance. 1.25 Entered at the Postoffice at Ham ilton, Mont., as second-class matter. Advertising rates furnished on application. Official Paper of Ravalli County To Advertisers. The Western News absolutely guarantees its advertisers an actual bona fide paid circulation within Ravalli county two times greater than that of any other newspaner published in the known world. Ad vertising contracts will be made subject to this guarantee. Wednesday. Jri .y IS, 1906. Bozeman is to have a sweet pea carnival on August II and which, it is predictor], will attract thousands of visitors from Butte and elsewhere about, the state to the Gallatin valley. A county fair would have brought manv to the Bitter Boot. And sol he elephant lias Mr. Dixon on its hands. He don't want to run for congress hut declares it is "the senate or nothing" for him. The scrap that must result in consequence of this ultimatun will disclose who's who among the republican leaders of Montana. Missoula, Bozeman, Dillon and other Montana towns, folio ling Ham ilton's example, are adopting the .Sunday and night closing idea, in the belief that more may be accom plished for the cause of temperance by proper legulation than by an in operative prohibition law. The Chicago, St. Paul A Milwaukee railroad is coming. It, is asserted very positively that the route west of Butte through the mountains has not been selected as yet. But < lirt is fly ing More than 5000 men are at work along the line of construction between Butte and Miles City. The festive candidate should sit up and take notice. Petitions of candi dates for party nominations and for delegates to the county conventions must be tiled lit) days before the pri mary which will be held on Sept. 4. Failure to comply with the law will invalidate the uominating paper. BR> AN AND ROOSEVELT. The Forsyth Times, whieh ranks among the most bitterly partisan of all the republican papers in Montana, in its last issue touches upon the po litical situation with a delightful can dor that is truly refreshing. The Times says: "The present situation as to candi dates for the nomination for the presidency is unique m the history of the country, or rather in the annals of the latter day politics. The names of but two men art' mentioned with any seriousness in connection with the otlice, and one of these has positively stated that In' will not lit' a candidate. My Hair is Extra Long Feed your hair; nourish it; give it something to live on. Then it will stop falling, and will grow long and heavy. Ayer's Hair Vigor is the only genuine hair-food you can buy. It gives new life to the hair-bulbs. You save what hair you have, and get more, too. And it keeps the scalp clean and healthy. The best kind of a testimonial — 1 Sold for over sixty years. A ifers sarsaparilla. PILLS. CHERRY PECTORAL. The great mass of the people think of ^ no one in connection with the presi-1 deucy but Theodore Roosevelt, and 1 William J. Bryan, and the politicians ! have just about made up their miuds that there is no use in trying to with stand the popular will. Upon the part of the democrats there appears to be no disposition to resist the Bryan movement and those in the party who would fain sidetrack the Nebraskan's boom fear to make even the slightest protest, so unanimous, and emphatic is the sentiment, in his favor. On account of President ! Roosevelt's statement to the effect 1 .. , » i i l • , i I that tie would not again be a oaudi . date there is some talk among repub 0 r licans as to other possibilities, but it j is contined altogether to the politic- ! iaus. The piesideut, himself, lias; suggested Secretary Taft, while Vice- ! President Fairbanks and others have j been mentioned, but none of them arouses the popular response that is brought forth bv the names of Roose velt and Bryan, The condition is suggestive and significant, it mean that men are more than platforms; that personality counts for more than promises. The people know Roose velt and know what ho stands for. 1'hey approved of the course he has I Inis far pursued and know that, no matter what platform I is party may adopt or what course party managers may suggest, he \\ ill he found ever | tattling for the square deal and equal rights to all men. The same is true of Bryan. Now that the hitter par tisanism, which existed when he iirst became a national character, has van ished, people of all parties and of every walk of life recognize in him a man of absolute candor and honesty and one whose nets will he prompted by an earnest, desire to do that which will result in the greatest good to the whole people. It must, he admitted that under these circumstances the j republicans are placed at, a distinct j disadvantage. The one man in the party whom the rank and file look upon with entire confidence haH pos itively stated that he would not he a candidate, and no other republican can hope to poll within many hun dreds of thousands of votes the num ber that, would be polled by Roose velt. Bryan, on the other hand, is untrammeled by any pledges, and will go before the people a platform in himself and one in which the vot ers will apparently have greater con fidence than any which has been ad vanced by a democratic national con vent ion for a great many years." Milwaukee Contract Let. Butte, July 17. — It is unofficially stated in railroad circles of this city that the contract for the Butte and Whitehall division of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railroad, which is building through this state, has been let to Osman A Crook for the sum of 83,000,000. At the present time more than 5,000 men are working o n the St. Paul line between Miles Citv and Harlowton, Mont., and bv Janu ary 1, it is figured, tile trains for con struction purposes will tie ruuning as far as Lombard. Railroad contractors are experiencing great difficulty in securing laborers. All the World knows that Ballard's Snow Liniment has no superior for Rheumatism, Stiff Joints, Cuts, Sprains, Lumbago and all pains. Buy it. try it and you will always use it. Any body who has used Ballard's Snow Liniment is a lively proof of what it does. All we ask of you is to get a trial bottle. Price 25c, 50c and 81.00. Sold by Bit ter Root Drug Co. * Obituiry. J. B. Barley an old timer and well known citizen of Ravalli county pass ed away Saturday morning, July 7th, at 4 o'clock. Mr. Barley had been a great sufferer for years. Few men have suffered more and bore it with such patience as did he. Fourteen years ago this coming September the writer officiated at the funeral of his first wife and it was hts request that 1 should do the same at his funeral. Mr. Barley was not a member of any church and it seemed to trouble him quite a little in his last sickness. He was often heard to pray and asked others to pray with and for him. This should teach us all that we I should not wait until our dying day to make peace with our God. I Seven years ago he was married to j his present wife who was very atten ; tive and kind to him in all his sickness, i Mr. Barley was a man well liked by I his neighbors and those who knew' I him best w'ere loud in his praise. He leaves behind five children by his first wife and three children by present wife to mourn his lost. Mrs. Barley wishes to tender her thanks to her many friends and neigh ] bors for their kindness and help in the I last sickness of her husband. This j would have been done at the grave j only for the terrible rain storm and j condition of the people. I \V. D. LEAR. ^ NOTICE OF REGISTRATION, The qualified electors of election 1 prei incts No. 7 and No. 13^.ire hereby ! notified that registration for the Primary election tobe held September 4th, 1906, will begin at the Post Office in Corvallis, Ravalli county, Montana, on Monday July 16th, 1906, at 2 o'clock p. m. and continue from 2 o'clock p. ni. to 8 o'clock p. m., on all legal days until August 5th, 1906, and from August 5th to and including August 15th, 1906, from 9 o'clock a. m. to 9 o'clock p. m. on all legal days, with the exception of Thursdays and Fri ! <ia . vs Ju'y 19th, 20th, 26th and 27th, 1 fro,n 2 «'dock p. .... to 8 o'clock p. m. I and Thursday and Friday, August 9th , . - ' , , , * and 10th from 9 o clock a. tn. to 9 p. . .. . . ... . ^ . in. when the books will be open at the j store of w . H . Peirce at Woodside, ! Ruvall i CO unty, Montana, FRANK ALLEN, ! Registry Agent D .-.tricts Nos. 7 and 13 j ---— | of August 1906, o NOTICE OF REGISTRATION, The qualified electors in election precinct No. 2 are hereby notified that registration for the Primary election to be held September 4th, 1906, will begin at the Post Office in Alta, Ra valli County, Montana, on Monday, July 16th, 1906, at 2 o'clock p. m. and continue from 2 o'clock p. m. on all legal days from the 16th day of July to the 5th day of August, and between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 9 o'clock p. tn., from the 5th day of August to and including the 15th day 11 legal days. l\ B. BENNETT, Registry Agent District No. 2. NOTICE OF REGISTRATION. The qualified electors in el ection precinct No. 3, are hereby notified that registration for the Primary election to be held September 4tb, 1906, will begin at the Post Office in Darby. Ravalli County, Montana, on Monday, July 16th, 1906, at 2 o'clock p. in., and continue from 2 o'clock p. tn. to 8 o'clock p. in. on all legal days from the 16th day of July to the 5th day of August 1906, and from the 5th day of August to and including the 15th day of August 1906, from 9 o'clock a. tn. to 9 o'clock p. in, on all legal days, GEORGE MILES, Registry Agent District No. 3. n NOTICE OF REGISTRATION. The qualified electors in election precinct No. 4, are hereby noti tied that registration for the Primary election to be held September 4th, 1906, will begin at the home of J. W. Middleton in Grantsdale, Ravalli County, Mon tana, on Monday, July 16th, 1806, at 2 o'clock p. 111 . and continue from 2 o'clock p. m. to 8 o'clock p. in., on all legal days from the 16th day of July 1906, to August 5th, 1906, and from August 5th, to and including the 15th day of August, from 9 o'clock a. tn. to 9 o'clock p. in, on all legal days. J. W. MIDDLETON. Registry Agent District No. 4. a a at a we to to by He her the NOTICE OF REGISTRATION. The qualified electors of election precinc's No. 5 and No. 6, are hereby notified that registration for the pri mary election to be held September 4, 1906, will begin at the Valley Clothing store in Hamilton, Ravalli county , Montana, on Monday, July 16, 1906, at 2 o'clock p. 111 . and continue from 2 o'clock p. in. to H o'clock p. m. on all legal days until August 5, 1906, and from August 5 to and including Au gust 15, 1906, from 9 o'clock a. in. to 9 o'clock p. m. on all legal days. R. C. PARMENTER, Registry Agent, Districts No. 5 and 6. NOTICE OF REGISTRATION. The qualified electors of election precinct No. 1, are hereby notified that registration for the primary elec tion to be held September 4, 1906, will begin at the post office in Sula, Ra valli county, Montana, on Monday, July' 16, 1906, at 2 o'clock p. m. and continue from '2 o'clock p. m. to 8 o'clock p. tn. on all legal days until August 5, 1906, anti from August 5, to and including August 15, 1906, from 9 o'clock a. m. to 9 o'clock p. m., on all legal days. WILLIAM W E T Z S T E ON, Registry Agent, District No. 1. Saved His Comrade's Life. "While returning from the Grand Army Encampment at Washington City, a comrade from Elgin, 111., was taken with cholera morbus and was in a critical condition," says Mr. J. E. Houghland, of Eldon, Iowa. "I gave him Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and believe saved his life. I have been engaged for ten years in immigration work and con ducted many parties to the south and west. I always carry this remedy and have used it successfully on many occasions." Sold by Corner Drug Store. * Card of Thanks. We desire to extend our heartfelt thanks to the kind friends and neigh bors who assisted us during the illness and at the funeral of our beloved hus band and father. Mrs. Emma Barley and Children. Disease takes no summer vacation. If you need flesh and strength use Scott's Emulsion summer as in winter. Send for free sample. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, 409-415 Pearl Street, New York. 50c. and $1.00; all druggists. ms * a % * TIME CARD TRAINS. HAH I ETON BITTER ROOT BRANCH. STATION. Train No. 13s . ...Hamilton. .titevensville. ... Mlssoula.. Ar. fii.Vl p. n « : 06 Lv. 5:00 Northern Pacific Express money orders for -ale. Bankable anywhere. A. M. Clkland. G. I\ A.. St. Paul. Minn S. R. WILSON. Agent. Tanner Hotel... Handsomely refurnished and renovated throughout. First class accommoda tions and under new man agement. Livery Stable in Connection. E. B. Tanner, Prop. DARBY, HONT. ..CITY DRAY.. H. H. BELL i\\ work entrusted to our care wil be speedily and satisfactorily done PRICES REASONABLE. Leave orders at F. L. Burns' or J. O. Brown's store. Ravalli County BANK. Capital $50,000.00. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. 'V. W. McOrackin, President, Geo. McGrath, Vice-President. M. A. White, Cashier. Aisuaiiam Buod. F. M. Lockwood. Jetterai Banking Business Transacted MAfllLTON, MONTANA. The Missoula Nursery Company A Missoula Enterprise. Established 1892. H tu THE ORIGINAL MISSOULA APPLE TREE. OUR ESSENTIALS ARE : 5 .iFIRST.—Our stock is hardy, home grown and acclimated. Grown from Montana material under similar soil and yourjown climatic conditions, our stock is the best for Montana planters. ZJSECOND.—We grow only standard tested varieties that have been tried and are adapted—true to name and from selected pedigreed trees. ; ZjTHIRD.—W e get our stock* to the planter in prime condition. It is not kept in cold storage to get it to the grower at the planting season, and can be planted anywhere in Montana within a few hours time of digging. FOURTH—Our stock is clean and healthy, free from all injurious insect pests—no danger of the introduc tion into your orchard of dangerous insects and plant diseases. FIF TH.—You are dealing with men of responsibility—men you can get at. Our contracts are good—no substitution clause in our contracts. You get what yon buy. SIXTH.—We grow a full line of hardy fruits, shrubs and ornamental trees. We are proud of our nursery and stock. Come out and see for yourselves before purchasing from foreign concerns. SE\ EN ITU Finally, our prices are right. We can save you money in good, honest stock, clean and healthy, hardy and alive—the best stock grown for Montana planters. We defy competition in these essentials. Write or call for catalogue. Long Distance Telephone No. 45. Nurseries and Greenhouses located one and one-half miles southwest of Missoula. "The Scenic Limited" IS AN ENTIRELY NEW PULLMAN TRAIN Buffet Library Smoking Car, Dining Car, Sleeping Cars, Observation Sleeping Car and Electric Lighted Throughout. Leaves terminals ex actly on time, giving you a daylight ride through the Rocky Mountains. SEE THAT YOUR TICKETS READ via the DENVER & RIO GRANDE "Scenic Line of the World." Every Hile a Picture 4==Trains Daily Between Ogden and Denver==4 Write or call on the undersigned for rates East and Booklets picturing Colorado's Famous Scenery. E. R. HUNT, GENERAL AGENT, BUTTE, MONTANA CITY MEAT MARKET OPPOSITE KAVALLI COUNTY BANK. Is prepared to f urnish the retail and wholesale trade with the choicest :: :: :: :: :: :: Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veal, Etc., Etc, Fish and Game in season. WAKEHAM & THORNING, Proprietors. SPECIAL YELLOWSTONE PARK EXCURSION Exceptionally low rate tickets covering rail transportation to Gar diner, Mont., and return, stage transportation through "Wonderland" and meals and lodgings at Park hotels tor a period not exceeding five and one-half days, will be on sale for trains arriving at Livingston the evening of July 8 and the morning of July 9th. From HAMILTON, MONT., $47.05 CHILDREN, $30.55 for Round Trip SPEND YOUR VACATION IN AMERICA'S GREATEST TOURIST AND SCENIC RESORT GOING VIA Northern Pacific Railway For Full Information Call Upon or Write S. R. WILSON, Local Agent, Hamilton, Montana.