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The Ravalli County Mercantile Company's Embroidery Offering for the Week One Lot of 10c Embroidery, the Yard. 6 l-4c One Lot of 12 l-2c Embroidery, the Yard, 8 l-3c One Lot of 15c Embroidery, the Yard, 10c One Lot of 20c Embroidery, the Yard, 12 l-2c Children s Hose 50 Dozen Good Fair Quality Children's Black Ribbed Hose in all Sizes— Sizes 5 1-2 to 10, Special 9c Pair 33 Dozen Extra Heavy Ribbed Hose, Sizes 0 to 10, Special 12 l-2c Pair 45 Dozen Ladies' Good Fair Quality Black Hose, Sizes 9 to 10 Special 9 l-2c /IV Sfr Sfr Sfr Sfr Sfr Sfr Sfr Sfr Sfr Sfr Sfr Sfr Sfr Sfr Sfr Sfr Sfr Sfr Sfr /IS /IS /IS /IS /IS /IS /IS /IS /IS /IS /IS /IS /IS /IS /IS /IS /IS •7/ •.a*' rr • < a»' S»!» ; EVERY MAN HIS OWN DOCTOR. The average man cannot afford to employ a physician for every slight ailment or injury that may occur in , his fainilv, nor can he afford tone-; gleet them, as so slight an injury as j the scratch of a pin has been known to cause the loss of a limb. Hence every man must from necessity be his own doctor for this class of ailments. Success often depends upon prompt treatment, which can only be had when suitable medicines are kept at hand. Chamberlain's Remedies have been in the market for many years and enjoy a good reputation. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for bowell com plaints. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough. Chamberlain's Pain Balm (an anti septic liniment) for cuts, bruises, burns, sprains, swellings, lame back and rheumatic pains. Chamberlain's Stomach and Diver Tablets for constipation, biliousness and stomach troubles. Chamberlain's Salve for diseases of the skin. One bottle of each of these five pre parations costs but $1 25. For sale by Corner Drug Store. * I Watches... I I To keep good time a Watch must have a good movement—the case is a matter of choice. t 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* jt j* ji u < I ; SEE MY 21 JEWEL RAILWAY SPECIAL AT $ 25 . 00 . J. M. Flugstad o JEWELER AND OPTICIAN OPPOSITE THE A. C. M. CO. ; j I i Chickens and eggs wanted Hamilton. a Bitter Root Brevities. $ Hotel 18-tf W.O. Fisk went to Helena yesterday. B. A. Mathews drove over from Willow creek Monday. Mrs. J. L • Humble arrived home last week from I,os Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Satterlee were down from Darby yesterday. E. W. Waddell went to Spokane Monday to look up a new location. Mrs. G. E. Talbot of Butte is visit ing at tbe home of Mrs. F. D. Dudley. The board of county commissioners is in regular quarterly session this week. A social dance will be given at Burns' ball on Wednesday evening, J u ne 12. Jerry Wilkerson of Darby has been appointed forest guard, Bitter Root forest reserve. Mrs. John Wimmelt, who has been visiting Mrs. Chas. McRae returned F riday to Florence. A matriage license was issued Sat urday * to Thos. Benson and Miss I Goldie Shogkley both of Darby. Dr. Guinon the • optician left for Philipsburg today. He expects to re turn the latter part of next week. Alex Laven returned yesterday to his home on West Fork after spend ing a few days in the county capital. Lindahl Johnson returned last week ; faom Helena where he was attending a business college to spend the vaca tion. Capt.f Provo Richards of Obisbee, Mich., arrived Sunday and is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. MacRae of Woodside. C3 A Fortunate Texan. Mr. E. W. Goodloe, of 107 St. Louis St., Dallas, Tex. says: "In the past year I have become acquainted with Dr. King's New Life Pills, and no laxatixe I ever before tried so effect ually disposes of malaria and bilious ness." They don't grind nor gripe. 25c. at Corner Drug Store. TONIUHT. If you would enjoy tomorrow take Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets tonight. They produce an agreeable laxative effect, clear the head and cleanse the stomach. Price 25 cents. Samples free at Corner Drug Store. * John Swigert has sold his ranch on Skalkaho to P. H. Edwards and expects to remove to Arizona in Jul\ for the benefit of his health. The Junior Guild of the Episcopal church will hold a sale and lunch at the home of Mrs. W. O. Fisk, Satur day, June 15. Everybody invited. Alderman Louis Peterson and fam ily went to Medicine springs Sunday, and where Mrs. Peterson and the children will sojourn for several weeks. Mrs.W. P. Bakerand little daughter, Eulalia, left yesterday for Portland, Jre., where they will visit Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hartenberger and other friends. They will be gone about a month. Dr. Buchen who has been seriouslx ill for several days past is reported much better today. He is still con fined to his room at the Ravalli an. ts rapidly- recovering from an attack of blood poisoning. The concert announced for June 6 by the Victor Concert Band, has been postponed until Thursday eve. Jut 20, such action having been made nu - essary by sickness among the mem tiers. I he Ladies Guild o! the Episcopal church will have their regular meet ing and social tea Thursday after noon at the home of Mrs. C. M. Johr - son in the Hart add ! Ho ». Everybody invited. Gordon Edson of' Washington, 1) C., who will have charge of the in stallation of the government tele phone system in the Bitter Root and Hell Gate forest reserves, has n - turned from a trip over the propos- V. route.—Missouliati. ANCIENT ROME is now mere'y a memory of the past. Ballard's Snow Liniment is the family liniment of the twentieth century. A positive cure for • Rheumatism, Burns. Cuts, Sprains, Neuralgia etc., Mr. C. H. Runyon. Stanberry, Mo. writes: "1 have used Snow Liniment for Rheumatism and all pain. I can'i say enough in it's praise." Sold by Bitter Root Drug Co. He Fired tbe Stick. "I have fired the walking-stick I've carried over 40 years, on account of a sore that resisted every kind of treat ment, until I tried Bucklen's Arnica Salve; that has healed the sore and made me a happy man," writes John Garrett, of North Mills, N. C. Guar anteed for Piles, Burns etc., by the Corner Drug Store. 25c. ; ! NEW STRAWBERRIES. Two Are Immense Croppers and Strong Growing Plants. Greater progress has been made the last three or four years along the strawberry line than ever before. The Sample is about the only variety that holds its own, but from present indica tions even that berry yvlll be set one Bide. The Cardinal, a pistillate vari ety like the Sample, just now Is creat ing quite a sensation. The Illustration here shown was taken from a cluster of last season and is a correct like °0 V0 Vfr, 00 THE CARDINAL STRAWBERRY. ness of the berry, not one of those over grown berries, but will average good size, an immense cropper and the most vigorous groyving plant ever sent out. It will be a mortgage lifter, says an eastern grower In American Cultivator. Golden Gate is another new berry of great promise. This is a fancy berry, like the Marshall, only it Is worth a dozen of it, being of fine quality and a good cropper. The Abington, sent out two years ago, has proved about what the orig inator claimed and is a safe berry to plant. Another berry, the Dicky, that has not been put upon the market yet is a strong, staminate variety, an immense cropper, very firm, colors well and is a long season berry. I have no plants of it on my grounds, but as soou as I eau I shall set largely of It. Field Dodder. Dodder, or love vine, is a great ene my of alfalfa. It is a parasitic vine growing on the stems and taking out the life and vitality of even the roots. The vine intwines itself about the al falfa stems in great clusters and grows thriftily or small in exact proportion to the growth of alfalfa. When the alfalfa is cut,! this vine appears in dry, hairy bunches about the stems. It is so repugnant to horses and cattle that It will not be eaten except as a last re sort before starvation. The best way to keep free from dodder is to buy only clean seed. In some cases fann ers use fanning mills and try to re clean the seed before sowing. If the plant gets started in a field, the best plan to get rid of it is to scatter straw over the alfalfa stubble and burn the entire field. This does not injure the alfalfa, but kills the dodder and other noxious weeds.—Kimball's Dairy Farmer. Hen Manure For Crops, Hen manure gives good results on all crops, but probably best on such plants as make most of their growth above ground, like cabbage, corn or grass. Some great results, however, are reported with lieu manure on po tatoes. We generally use it on garden crops and strawberries. The most ef fective use of this manure is, as we have ofteu described, to crush it fine and mix with chemicals, such as muri ate of potash and acid phosphate. This makes a fair mixture for many crops. The hen manure Is richer in nitrogen than in potash and phosphoric acid, and these chemicals give it a good "balance."—Rural New Yorker. Injurious to Trees. The most elective insecticide yet employed against the oyster shell bark louse during the dormant perio-l of the tree is the lime sulphur, or lime sulphur salt wash. An application of this wash dur ing the latter part of March or first weeks in April, followed in the case of badly infested trees by a sec ond application before the buds have swollen much, will gen erally suffice to eradicate the scale. Such treatment is also effective in destroying the apple scab fungous spores. The oyster shell bark louse is readily distinguish able from other scale insects by its elongated, rather slender curved form, being about one-eighth inch in length. —Joseph L. Hills. Vermont. m m OYSTER SHELL BARE LOUSE. Orch'ards In Grass. The majority of good apple orchards nowadays are In cultivation. The old fashioned plan of seeding the orchard' down to grass Is in disfavor. Still there are some exceptional cases in which apples do fairly well or even better than that whl'e growing in sod. —F. A. Waugh in Gardening. Chickens and eggs wanted at Hotel Hamilton. 18-tf Lorriaux's Rheumatic prescription for sale at Corner Drug Store. 33 3m 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 Lorriaux's Rheumatic Blood and Kidney medicine for sale at Corner Drug Store. 33 3, n For estimatesgcall 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 Ailed. 26-tf We carry bee hiyes. Set up com plete and ready to use. 'Pnone 11 in. Riverview Manufacturing Co. 31tf An experienced photographer from Awn 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 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 The medicine that sets the whole world thinking. The remedy on which all doctors agree, The prescription all your friends are taking is ^ Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. Corner Drug Store. To Trade—New $450 Hallett and Davies piano to trade for span of brood mares to weigh not less than 1300 pounds each; any color except white or gray. Inquire of F. E. Hyde, Hamilton, Mont. Box 422. 30-tf You can't tell a woman's age after she takes Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. Her complexion is fine. She is round, plump and handsome; in fact she is young again. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. Corner Drug Store. When in need of screen doors and windows call on the Riverview Manu facturing Co. Screen doors made to order from $1.50 up. 27-tf No greater mistake can be made than to consider lightly the evidence of disease in your system. Don't take desperate chances on ordinary medi cines. Use Hollister's Rocky Mount ain Tea. 35 cents Tea or Tablets. Corner Drug Store. 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 What is the use of sending your sub scriptions for magazines and news papers to the eastern agencies, when >011 can get just as good rates, just as prompt service, just as courteous treatment, and all the standard pub lications from your resident agency. Send for a catalogue and make up your orders Clyde Corbly, the sub scription agent at Bozeman, Mon tana. 33 it DON'T! I ! I Don't let your child suffer with that cough when you can cure it with Bal lard's Horehouud Syrup, a sure cure for Coughs, Bronchitis, Influenza, C: up and Pulmonary diseases. Buy a battle and try it. B. B. Laughter, Bvhalia, Miss., writes: "1 have two children who had croup. I tried many different rem edies, but l must say your Ilorehound Syrup is the best Croup and Cough medicine I ever used." Sold by Bit ter Root Drug Co. THERE ARE FEW people who know how to take care of themselves—the majority do not. The liver is a most important organ in the j body. Herbine will keep it in con ! dition. V. C. Simpkins, Alba, Texas, writes: "I have used He?bine for Chills and Fever and find it the best medicine I ever used. I would not be without it. It is as good for children j as it is for growti-up people, and I I recommend it. It is fine for La ; Grippe." Sold by Bitter Root Drug ! Co. The Magic No. 3. Number three is a wonderful mascot for Geo. H. Parris, of Cedar Grove. Me., accordidg to a letter which reads: "After suffering much with liver and kidney troable, and becoming greatly j discouraged by the failure to find re lief, I tried Electric Bitters, and as a result I am a well man to-day. The first bottle relieved and three bottles completed the cure." Guaranteed best remedy for stomach, liver and kidney troubles, by Corner Drug Store. 50c. ..Tomato Plants., CRIMSON CUSHION, PONDEROSA, SHARKS EARLIANA. $ 1.00 Per Hundred. Peppers $1.00 Per Hundred. Celery 40c Per Hundred. W. E. ITcJTurry NURSERYMAN AND FLORIST Hamilton, — Montana Ravalli County BANK. Capital $50,000.00. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. W. W. McOrackin, President, Geo. McGrath, Vice-President, M. A. White, Cashier, Abraham Buol. F. M. Lockwood. General Banking Business Transacted HAfllLTON, MONTANA. HAMILTON HOTEL Livery Stable* Peterson & Co. The Finest Turnouts in the City &5iîl not be beat in Kate* One Horse to Hay - - 25c One Horse to Hay & Oats 50c Opposite the Depot, Hamilton, Mont. * r inn 'I wma mm The.... Cottag'e Hotel Under the Now 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 US EU. t> H I I He was bred on the Bitter Root Stock Farm bv 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. —HAMIL PON— 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 they will be held as season mares. CHERI... Will stand at the following places: Wednesday at Sam Chaffin Rauch. PTidav at the Sam Gr< en Ranch. Balance of the week at Corvallis. PÄ9TE —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.