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W ^^'X.-'X.-'X.-'X.-K H Ual. Dee Bargain THIS WEEK. We bought a big lot of Val» Laces in Matched Sets at a Bargain Sale of New York Importers and this week offer the lot at a very small margin over first cost to Import* If you overlook this you miss the best bargain of the season* \»/ 500 Yards Val. Lace 1-2 to 1 1-2 in. wide. Insertion to match. Regular 10c quality. Importers price 5c Yd. 500 Yards Val. Lace 1-2 to 1 8-4 in. wide. Insertion to match. Regular 12ic quality. Importers price 61c Yd. 500 Yards Val. Lace 1-2 to 2 in. wide. Insertion to match. Regular 15c to 20c quality. Importers price 7^C Yd. These are fine Edges in New Patterns and will cost you anywhere just double these prices. WASH GOODS SPECIALS. 300 Yards Cotton Beige Suitings (Imitation Wool) in New Check and Shadow Plaids. Worth 15c yard. This week 10c Yard. 1000 Yards Lawns and Dimities. Regular 15c goods for 11 if c Yard. Shoe Department Specials for This Week. One Lot Children's Viei Kid Shoes $1.25, to Close Out..................... 9Sc One Lot Children's Vici Kid Shoes $1.75, to Close Out.................. $1.20 One Lot Children's Vici Kid Shoes $2.00, to Close Out................. $1.55 OUR BEST GOODS IN BROKEN SIZES. Ravalli County mercantile Co \t/ s»/ \t/ SI/ si/ «fs «fs «fs 'SÉ < <U5M- 4» H®»- 1 * J0?* J0T -Stas Bitter Root Brevities. j Chickens and eggs wanted at Hotel Hamilton. 18-tf W. H. Crego of Victor spent Sunday in Hamilton. Louis M. Brooks was over from Cor vallis Saturday. T. L. Randolph was up from Cor vallis Saturday. R. Parkhurst spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Harlan. Mrs. Chas. MacRae drove over from Woodside Monday. Mr. and Mrs. George Robbins were ' down from Rye creek F riday. W. A. Poindexter of Victor was a business visitor in Hamilton Monday. Joe Blodgett went to Darby Monday where he will set ratchet in Gorus & Holder's sawmill. Mrs. John Wimett of Florence was j a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. j John Stephens several davs the past week. An appeal case from justice court in which J. S. Grant is the plaintiff i Watches.,, i To keep good time a Watch must have a good movement-—the case is a matter of choice. I can supply you with a thoroughly Reliable Move ment in any style or kind of case you may have a preference for. J* j* J* jt jt jt j* jt jt SEE MY 21 JEWEL RAILWAY SPECIAL AT $25.00. J. M. Flugstad JEWELER AND OPTICIAN OPPOSITE THE A. C. M. CO. J and 1 Thos. Roe is défendent was filed 1 in court Monda y ' j After July 1 all that is necessary to insure special delivery of a letter is to put on 10 cents extra postage in any kind of United States stamps, and let it go. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Grush expect to go to Anaconda, where they will begin house heeping, Sunday. Mr. Grush holds a responsible position as draftsman at the Washoe smelters. Mrs. Daly recently telegraphed from New York that she expects to arrive in Hamilton early in July and will spend the greater part of the season at her beautiful country home on the Bitter Root Stock Farm. Judge Webster has been sitting in the trial of the Blodgett creek water cases the past two days. The testi mony was all in last evening and the cnirt has promised a speedy adjudio tioti of the rights involved. John P. Cleary, formerly of Victor j but who is now running a train out of I Pa louse City. Wash., is spending a few days in the valley on business. ! ^ r - Cleary has been laid off the past i month on account of illness. A tire alarm Monday afternoon brought out the volunteer fire depart ment, which made a quick run to Eighth street, arriving in time to save the east end of a long horse shed belonging to the A. C. M. Co. Joe Burgoyne of Darby did business in Hamilton Friday. Joe, who re cently returned from a visit to his old home in Maine placed his son "Pete" in school at Axminister, N B., and where he expects to remain to com plete his course. Injunction proceedings were insti tuted iu district court Thursday by John Kughn and others against Van I) Martin et al. to restrain the de fendants from interfering with an irrigating ditch. Judge Myers set the date of hearing for May 31. The annual meeting of the board of trustees of Riverview cemetery was held last Wednesday evening. Miles Romney was elected president, R. C. Parmenter secretary and A. F. Rich sexton. The sexton entered upon his duties Monday assuming the care and custody of the cemetery, and will devote most of his time to the work. The board fixed the fee for caring for lots at $4 for the season, payable in advance to the town clerk The board is planning considerable improvement. The grounds will be cleared, trees and lawns planted and no efforts will be spared to add to the natural beauty of the cemetery site. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Williams of Darby arrived Thursday from Los Angeles where tin y attended the meeting 0 f the Shrit ers. r -1 a* Delicious Hot Biscuit Tempting, Appetizing are made with 9i DrPRKXS Cr ÿ> m Baking Powder light, crisp, wholesome The best food to start the day with Food raised with Price's Baking Powder is unfermented» never sours in the stomach, and may be eaten in its most delicious state, fresh and hot, by persons of all temper aments and occupations, without fear of unpleasant results* IRICB BAKING POWDER, CHICAGO. in of a Of I by cal all s ber. C. Mrs. J. V Own- ai d two children expect to leave Saturday for Omaha, where th will spend the summer. Prof. Owens and his eldest son, Krank, w < remain in Hamilton. Mr. Owens ex oects to devote considerable of his t h. to writing life insurance. The K. v. Samuel Taylor of Helena will pr.- • in the Methodist church on Six'll - e.-t next Su iday morning and ev. ng. Mr. Taylor will also preach a Grantsdale in the afternoon. ■Ir. Barker will preach at mday, returning Monday The Rev Sula nt x evening Miss G ceptres» five vear~ home a> not retur ■ I rude Owen, who was pre ' he Washington school for ett last Thursday for her Henrietta, N. Y , and will h as a teacher. She has ac cepted a |i -ttion at Elmira as super visor of primary work, and she will be succeeded at the Washington school by Miss Pi-arl "Henry, who has been teaching under Miss Owen for several years. The m » Northern Pacific time card goes into effect June 2. The morning passenger will leave Hamilton at 6 o'clock instead of 6:35, and thus afford close connection with the Coeur d'Alene and new west bound local trains. An extra coach and a first class combination mail and baggage car have been added to the eouipment of the regular passenger train and which, in its run between Hamilton and Butte is proving one of the most popular trains on the line. Lewis Johnson arrived last week from Ca dwell, Idaho, where he proved to be an unsuccessful home seeker, ami is visiting relatives and old friends hereabout. He says two years must elaspe before the govern ment reclamation project at Deer Flats is completed and that when everything is in readyness the land will cost me settler about $100 per acre. Mr Johnson, who is an expert horse man was for years em ployed in the Daly stables on the Bitter Root Stock Farm. In 1900 he went east and entered the service of Thomas W. Lawson at his famous 500 acre stock farm at Seituate, Mass., where he remained five years. Mr. Johnson mav attend the Huntley land drawing at Billings next month, he having acquired an acute land hunger while in the east. IF YOU DONT succeed the first time use Herbine and von will get instant relief. The great est liver regulator. A positive cure for constipation, dyspepsia, malaria, chills and »11 liver complaints. Mr. C—. of Emory T'exas, writes: "My wife has been using Herbine for her self and children for five years. It is a sure cure for constipation and malaria fever, which is substantiated by what it has done for my family." Sold bv Bitter Root Drug Co. * P. J. Shannon returned last evening from Butte and Anaconda. Mrs. H. C. Lindsay of Spokane ar rived last evening for a visit with her daughter Mrs W. E. McMurry. C. H. McLeod, big chief of the Mis soula Mercantile company was a Ham llton visitor last evening, returning to Missoula this morning. Sheep shearing is in progress. Blatchley & Luallin will shear all sheep belonging to the Daly estate and Lamar Chaffin, and will then move their machines to eastern Mon tana. Late advices from the Sisters' hos pital, Missoula, are that Dan Card of Florence is getting along nicely and has good chances of recovery and which will be welcome news to us all, especially to A1 DeRoache, who has constantly expressed genuine regret and sorrow that the trouble should have resulted so seriously. In the June McClure's "The Fight of the Copper Kings," by C. P. Con nolly, tells an amazing story of F. Augustus Heinze's single-handed fight to drive the Amalgamated Cop per company (an off-shoot of the Standard Oil) out of Montana. The war waged in Montana's law courts, in its business and political life and both above and below ground in the mines. It is one of the most sensa tional and important chapters in the mining history of the west and abounds in scenes as lurid and sen sational as anything on the melodram atic stage. Business Locals. Chickens and eggs wanted at Hotel Hamilton. 18-tf Highest price paid for chickens at Taylor's feed store. 28 4t Screen doors, all sizes and at the right prices. Smith's Second Hand store. 32 tf For bargains in desirable town and ranch property, apply to C. R. Bell, Hamilton. , 38 tf For estimates call on Erickson, the contractor and builder. P* O. Box 334, Hamilton, Mont. 22-6m Adjustable window screens. Prices right. Smith's Second Hand store. South Second street. 32-tf For Sale—Buggy and harness, wagon and harness, five gentle horses. J. D. Powers, Hamilton. 32-4t Cabbage, Tomato, Peppers, Egg, Celery and Cauliflower plants for sale by S. A. Crabb, Grantsdale. 26-tf If you want tomatoes—the kind that ripen, call on S. A. Crabb of Grants dale. Mail orders promptly filled. 26-tf We carry bee hiyes. Set up com plete and ready to use. 'Pnone 11 m. Riverview Manufacturing Co. 31tf An experienced photographer from Ann Arbor, Mich., is helping Hage man for 10 days. See offer for next 10 days. 32 2t We carry a full line of wall paper, ready mixed paints, alabastine, glass and mouldings. Peterson Bros., Hamilton, Mont. 29-tf H. H. Achor the piano tuner will be in Hamilton in a few days. This will be his last trip this spring. Leave orders at Orvis Music House. 32-lt For 10 days only. Hageman the photographer gives one 16x20 crayon valued at $5.00 .free with every dozen of his $4.00 photos. Only one given to a family. 32-2t Of all the fruits there are in the land, That grow on bush or tree, I would give up the choicest ones For Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. * For sale by Corner Drug Store. To Trade—New $450 Hallett and Davies piano to trade fur span of brood mares 10 weigh not less than 1300 pounds each; any color except white or gray. Inquire of F. E. Hvde, Hamilton, Mont. Box 422. 30 tf For stomach troubles, biliousness and constipation try Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Many remarkable cures have been effected by them. Price, 25 cents. Samples free. For sale by Corner Drug Store. * When in need of screen doors and windows call 011 the Riverview Manu facturing Co Screen doors made to order from $1.50 up. 27-tf Artists have no trouble in securing models. The famous beauties have discarded corsets and have become models in face and form since taking Hol'ister's Rocky Mountain tea. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. For sale by Corner Drug Store. * It's too bad to see people who go from day to day suffering from physi cal weakness when Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea would make them well. The greatest tonic known. 35 cents. Tea or Tablets. For sale by Corner Drug Store. * My system: Lowest club rates on all standard magazines and news papers; prompt service and courteous treatment; a permanent resident agency. Your orders respectfully s licited. Catalogue free. Clyde Corbly, subscription agent, Bozeman, Montana. 321t Ranch for Sale—Consisting of 160 acres, good location, land is well adapted for general farming and orchard sites. 65 acres now in culti vation, a small bearing orchard on the place also about 200,000 feet pine tim ber. good water rights. Address, J. C. Putman, Hamilton, Mont. 30-tf Cabbage Plants. EARLY JERSEY, WAKEFIELD, QUICK CASH, MARKET GARDNER, AUTUMN KING, DANISH BALL HEAD. 50c Per Hundred. ..Tomato Plants.. CRIMSON CUSHION, PONDEROSA, SHARKS EARLIANA. $1.00 Per Hundred. Pepper* $1.00 Per Hundred. Celery 40c Per Hundred. W. E. ricHurry NURSERYMAN AND FLORIST Hamilton, — Montana Ravalli County BANK. Capital $50,000.00. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. W. W. McOkackin, President, Guo. McGkatu, Vice-President, M. A. Whits, Cashier, 1 Abraham Buoh. F. M. Lockwood. General Banking Business Transacted HAniLTON, MONTANA. HAMILTON HOTEL Urns Stables Petekson & Co. «iS The Finest Turnouts in the City V)/ mill not be beat in Rates One Horse to Hay - - 25c One Horse to Hay & Oats 50c Opposite the Depot, Hamilton, Mont. The.... Cottage Hotel Under the New Management Has Been Completely Reno vated and Remodelled. Clean Comfortable Beds Board by the Day or Week. A share of the Public Patronage Solicited. SINGLE MEALS 25 CENTS. W. D. WILSON, Prop. HAMILTON - - - MONTANA. I L He was bred on the Bitter Root Stock Farm by Marcus Daly. He has a kind disposition and good style, and will stand for the season at the following places: —CORVALLIS— Every day during the week except Saturday. —HAMILTON— Saturday all day at Peterson's barn. Parties breeding mares to this horse will be held for service until fees are paid. If mares are not returned at the proper time to the horse thej will be held as season mares. CHERI... Will stand at the following places Wednesday at Sam Chaffin Ranch Friday at the Sam Green Ranch Balance of the week at Corvallis. NOTE—I will not be responsible for bad weather or sickness of horse, if same should prevent ap pearance at any of above places. CHAS. BOURNE, PROPRIETOR.