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Hamilton
CONCRETE I
Works
MANUFACTURERS OF
Concrete Building Blocks
Chimney Blocks
Sewer and Culvert Pipe
Sidewalks Laid and
Concrete Work of any Kind
Estimates and Prices
FURNISHED ON APPLICATION.
ITEN Ä YOST, PROPS.
NORTH FIRST ST. HAMILTON
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
ÇEO. MoGÜATH, M. D. C. M.
Graduate of Queen College.
MEDALIST IN MEDICINE,
SUROERYand OBSTETRICt
Office over Ravalli Oountv Bank.
Hamilton, - «. - Montan*
pjERBERT BRETHOUR,
M. B.. M. D.. O, M.
Graduate of University of Toronto
Post Graduate in Diseases of Wotn<
and Children.
OFFICE—Opposite Ravalli Oountv Bank.
RESIDENCE—Ravalli Hotel.
HAMILTON. - - - MONTANA
D
R. F. E. BUCHEN,
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, '
Office over Ravalli County Bank.
Hamilton, - - Montana
G. H. SCHWAB
VETERINARY SUROEON AND
' DENTIST.
Office at Lockwood Stable.
Residence in Hart Addition.
'Phone 26m
HAMILTON,
MONTANA
»HRS. M. HINCHCLIFF
PRACTICAL MIDWIFE
AND NURSE
THIRTY-SIX YEARS EXPERIENCE
Residence ôn North Third Street.
-#
W. P. BAKFR
ATTORNEY AT LAW
—Probate Business a Specialty—
OFFICES IN COURT HOUSE
HAMILTON : : : : MONTANA
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 Publie Patronage Solicited.
SINGLE MEALS 25 CENTS.
W. U. WILSON, Prop.
HAMILTON - - - MONTANA.
Trasbot
The celebrated Percheron stal
lion owned by the Hamilton
Percheron Horse Breeders' As
sociotion, will make the season
of 1907, as follows:
HAMILTON
Every Saturday, Sunday and
Monday at Peterson Stable.
I JOHN TREECE
I RANCH
(North of Corvallis.)
* First week: Tuesday, Wed
nesday, Thursday and Friday.
JOHN F. LOGAN
Farm near Como.
Second week: Tuesday, Wed
nesday, Thursday and Friday.
TERMS: For the Season, $15;
to insure, $20.
For Further Particular* Call on
W. H. BRUSH!
MANAGER
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The County Board in
Quarterly Session
(Continued from First Page.)
The Board of County Commission
ers of Ravalli county, Montana, met
regular session on Monday, June
3rd, 1907, at 9 o'clock a. m., present;
Joseph Appolonio, chairman; John S.
Treece and Wesley Barcus, commis
sioners and Geo. A. Reese, clerk of
hoard.
The following contingent, poor and
road fund claims were examined., al
lowed and warrants ordered drawn on
the respective funds for the same.
CONTINGENT FUND
F. M. Lockwood, March Salary
Geo A Reese
Albert Ilork ••
C W Ward
George See /
F B Tanner *•
A C Baker "
F E Robbins *■
W P Baker
.Jennie Adams "
H C Tuttle "
Thomas J Hefliog "
Grace G Johnson Feb. and Mar. sal.
(Spue. Dep. Assessor)
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C W Blajr
Frank Hierman
F T Lillick
K M Lockwood
Geo A Reese
Albert Uork
C W Ward
Thomas J Helling
George See
A C Baker
F E Robbins
Jennie Adams
W P Raker
Frank Hierman
II U Tuttle
F B Tanner
C A Bohlor
Claget Sanders
F M Lockwood
Geo A Reese
Albert Hork
C W Wa. d
T .1 liefling
Geo See
A C Baker
F E Robbins
Jennie Adams
W P Baker
Frank Biermau
F B Tanner
Claget Sanders
Chits A Bolder
Claget Sanders
11 C Tuttle
P W Wagner
Grace G Johnson
March Salary
Jan. Salary
April Salary
May Salary
March Salary
May Salary
April and May Salary
$140 00
150 00
83 33
106 0«
100 OO
100 IK)
100 00
75 00
50 00
00 HO
75 00
67 20
59 20
23 23
40 35
18 50
150 00
150 00
83 33
168 66
100 00
90 00
100 00
75 00
66 00
50 00
99 32
75 00
100 00
100 80
100 IK)
150 00
150 00
83 33
166 66
100 00
90 00
100 00
75 00
66 66
50 00
99 30
too 00
100 U0
lOt) 00
13 33
75 00
53 33
A
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Work in Assessor's
office 35 20
Jos Appolonio Com. per Diem&expense 108 50
Wesley Barcus ** '* ,,i7
John S Treece
45
197 45
POOR FUND
J
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Dr C R Thornton Jan & Feb Salary
March Salary
John Chatfleld March Allowance
Wm Fry
Emma Strout
Thus Running
Kozella Smith "
,1 T Brittain Feb & March Allowance
John Chatfleld April Allowance
Wm Fry
Thos Running
Mrs Emma Strout
Kozella Smith
J T Brittain
1 >r C R Thornton
John Chattield
Wm Fry
Thos Running
Mrs Emma Slrout
Kozella Smith
.1 T Brittain
1 >r C R Thornton
Win Smith
April salary
May Allowance
May Salary
Quarterly Allowance
$ 27 50
13 75
10 00
8 00
10 00
10 00
10 0*4
20 00
10 00
8 00
10 Oil
10 00
10 00
10 Do
13 75
10 (40
8 00
10 00
10 IX)
10 00
10 00
13
30 00
Piitent
A C M Co lbr dept Lumber
W T 1 landers Care for Poor
W B McLaughlin Repairing Cistern at
Poor Farm
Henry Buck&Oo Supplies for pauper
Appolonio Watters & Co Expense of
Pauper
Stevensville Mere Co Burial of Pauper
T 1. Adair Repairs at poor farm
Alfred Morris Tax Rebate
Mr.- A L Spooner Care of pauper
A C M Co mere dept Supplies for poor
Ravalli County Merc Co Supplies for
Poor Far hi
F M Lockwood Burial of pauper
Mrs John Cunningham Quarterly
Allowance
15 45
14 ()()
177 35
29 00
15 00
34 (X)
32 75
2 00
ROAD FUND
T B Smothers
C 1* Meudall
Nye H Black
A rthur Treece
i 'lias L Fhuiagin
James McRossln
(. W Likins
J, Owens
G \V Kennaker
Henry Gregg
.lame-- Kennaker
R F Clements
J Thompson
A McLaughlin
J Thompson
William Mac Kay
Jeff Whitesell
Des MeGiuley
H B Way land
James Hendrickson
James Cullop
J W Sec
Wicks Smith
Hugh McLean
A W Newell
John Harvey
T J Newell
C K Bell
Frank Wallin
Oliver Beimel
John Park
W Clark
Glare llayues
1 Blankenship
W Swayxe
Charles Stevens
Tom Peterson
E E Stockman
Sain Kilgore
Pete Masterson
J F Logan
Albeit R Logan
G A Robbins
Robert Y Hart
Curtis Hart
A Hendrickson
J A Thompson
E Hart
P C Siria /
Curtis Hart
Clarence Hart
Wicks Smith
S P Masterson
Eli Downing
L Ledeau
Frank Hughes
Milt Taylor
Wm Fry
Guy Townsend
Elbert Card
Ed Lord
H W Lord
N J Ti 11 mon
Albeit TillmoD
Supervisor No 15
Hoad Work
Supervisor No 7
Road Work
Supervisor No 9
Road Work
Supervisor No 8
Road Work
Road Work No ?0
Supervisor No 19
Road Work
Supervisor No 16
Road Work
Supervisor No 10
Supervisor No 12
Road Work
Supervisor No 17
Road Work
Supervisor No 1
Road Work
Supervisor No 11
Road Work
Supervisor No 18
Road Work
Amos Christianson Supervisor No 14
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Alex Lavene
I 1 my ion Donica
I Nazar Lezot
c il McFee
J H White
! Charles Rose
I Bert Reeder
Geo Christy
Louis Jones
T B smothers
Supervisor No 13
Road Work
Supervisor No 10
Supervisor No 4
Road Work
* 17 50
198 50
29 25
13 00
1H) 50
30 00
11 no
32 00
34 00
19 00
10 IXI
3 50
4 00
4 00
17 50
30 CO
202 50
28 00
53 00
174 00
12 00
18 00
38 (X)
362 2.)
18 00
21 00
2 00
4 00
5 0U
272 25
6 00
16 00
2 00
3 00
17 00
6 35
7 00
4 00
25 25
6 (XI
74 014
121 50
27 00
73 50
177 75
30 75
21 00
35 00
14 00
3 50
35 50
45 mi
11 25
10 1X4
225 00
51 00
4 00
5 00
10 00
231 75
10 00
75 30
28 00
112 50
40 30
34 50
117 00
26 UU
6 00
45 00
265 50
11 OO
10 00
41 IX)
7 (40
H9 00
63 00
28 00
35 00
M Buchanan Supervisor No 2
Wilbur Lancaster Road Work
S'irgil Williams "
Wm Young Work on Bridge
CC Wright
Arthur Townsend Work on Bridge
W Flanagin
L Cannon
Tom Couch
F Cherry
Johnson
C Downing
Raymond Porter
Ewin Lock ridge
G l'ai ks
Ed Slocum
Jeff Dobbins
Henry Steuyem
Coleman
Chas Cook
Jeff Dobbins
Arthur Nichols
J Campbell
T Williams
G Blodgett
F Cameron
Clyde McNeal
Road Work
Repairing road tools
Supervisor No Ö
Road Work
Orval Cooper
William Bones
Wes Barcus
N Adair
James Backus
A Johnson
M Smith
H Wood
251 62
15 00
40 00
40 00
7 50
15 00
23 75
17 50
3 00
2 00
2 00
»4X1
8 00
25 00
38 00
30 00
17 50
34 00
10 00
15 00
15 00
2 00
9 00
241 00
20 25
310 50
5 00
44 00
10 tX)
26 00
6 00
5 00
9 00
26 00
25 00
15 00
112 tX)
198 00
2 00
41 75
15 60
8 80
1 50
pe
Road Work
Amos Buck Merc Co •• Supplies
Appolonio Watters & Co "
F Holt
Amos Buck Merc Co " "
C M Co lumberdept lumber for roads 9 48
•• for bridge 260 98
Upon motion the board adjourned
for the day.
The board of county commissioners
met on June 4th, 1907, at 9 o'clock a.
in., all members being present.
The following road and general
fund claims were examined, approved
and warrants otdered drawn on the
respective funds for the same:
ROAD FUND
Jos Bowden Road Supplies $ 42 75
Woodslde Creamery Co " 1 00
Chus Cook Hauling Lumber 34 80
Ike Wylie Blacksmlthing 23 40
J A Sick " 1? 00
Geo Waldo *• b 00
A C M Co Darby Road Supplies 53 45
Il S Lord County Surveying 23 50
Russell Smithey Supervisor No 5 254 25
W E Walker boarding gradei teamster J 8 oo
S W Overturf
Will Lockwood
Ross Graham
l)u a bar & Johuso
M G Kern
L N Brooks
J B Laws
Russell Smithey
B .1 Smyth
Henry Randolph
Matt Vaughn
J E Walker
Wilt Huff
Robert Laws
Ralph Laws
U V Bean
bridge
15 00
Road Work
82 (Kl
1 "
5 00
54 (X)
Blacksmlthing
36 35
20 60
Road Work
12 00
Road Supplies
Road Work
11 50
44 IX)
59 (X)
54 IX)
2 00
33 (X)
116 (K)
112 00
Lumber for Roads
ACM Co lumber dept
A C M Oo mere dedt Road Supplies
AppolonioWatters & Co "
Fred Beaulieu repairing road tools
DeVeber & Herbert Road Supplies
Bitter Root District Irrigation Co
Road Work
M G Kerne supplies for road horses
Buck Si Carter Blacksmlthing
Ben Severns Road Work
Stevensville Mercantile Co Road
Supplies
L M Smith Rentof Jack Screws
Il G Morris Repairing Road Tools
J T Williams ,
The Austin Western Co Ltd Grader
Blades
G L Satte rlee Lumber
Blacksmith! ng
Road Work
26 25
5 90
28 4«
39 33
22 87
167 12
23 85
70 tX)
11 99
13 10
74 40
43 10
31 25
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Stephen Gönner
u lv Everson
11 10
5 25
40 (X)
65 45
22 85
Ben Kress
Alfred vlorris
Henry Spooner
Road Tax Rebate
Damagä to Urop by
Public Road
GENERAL FUND
Name
Service
Amount
W B Martz Witness JO $ 2 50
Bert W Eldridge " 2 JO
Win Reardon " 1 00
Margret J J amlson Tax Rebate 13 38
A CM Oo Lights and Supplies 71 76
Ravalli Republican Printing Oertill
cate of Nomination 25 20
A C M Oo Water Rent 25 00
A F Nichols Witness J 0 1 50
1) It Baughman Justice Fees 2 50
The Irwin-llodson Oo Office Supplies 12 50
15 80
A C M Co lumber dept Material Court
House 10 10
•* mere dept supplies for court
house 18 55
Ravalli Co Merc Co supplies for court
house 38 20
J F Sharp salary board of examl
O C Williamson
It
F E Buchen Service in Case State vs
Craig
" Examination 1 usanity Case
Elmer F'essler
,1 C Dougherty Witness Insanity Case
Charles S Wagner Legal Services
ü C Pucker
Constable Fees
J ustice Fees
Miles
J M Higgins
A N Whit.sitt
E C Whaley
J F Morris
8 Sedgwick
W H Roberts Juror J C
George T Baggs Witness Insanity
Frank llierman Witness J C
Frank Chattiu
P Thouiander
T P Backhouse "
.Melvin llriggs "
Carl Ellis
J J Fitzgibbon "
Geo B Wood "
Frank Bierman Mileage
25 20
47 60
25 OO
5 00
5 00
5 01)
5 1X4
7 40
50 00
50 (XI
3 50
7 10
2 30
12 50
41 00
2 50
1 50
7 40
7 50
7 50
3 50
3 00
5 10
2 70
3 00
2 80
, 23 1X4
6 27
18 (40
9 10
5 00
Lynde S Catlin abstract: final receipts
Hotel Hamilton Meals for Jury
A C Baker Taking Testiuiong
Florence Crlttouton Home Care of
Van Dorn girl 26 00
St Patricks hospital Nursing Mrs C
Gibbons 6
Rocky Mt Bell Tel Co Phone rent 3105
Jennie Adams Expense visiting schools 73 15
Hamilton Book Store Supplies 287 60
H J St John Phone service 1 60
W P Baker Expense county attorney 18 00
Missoula Merean lie Co Supplies 104
Woodside Creamery Oo Election
supplies 55
John S Cowan Tax rebate 5 75
14 A Bishop Court bailiff 54 00
The Western News County printing
books and stationery 620 36
Constable fees 9 20
Mileage 15 20
Services and salary
Ch'm board health 77 50
Assigned judgment
against county 192 40
J E Craddock
Geo L Williams
T 11 Uanbidge
George T Baggs
E E Htockmrn
Luke 1) Hatch
15 00
Constable fees
Valuing improvements
for assessor 20 00
Frank Bierman Taking testimony
and transcript
Bruce Wells Printing
C W Ward Board of Prisoners
" Mileage
9 80
93 00
90
107 30
The bill of Missoula county
burial of Andrew Carlson was laid
over until the next regular meeting
Claim No. 120 in favor of Pete Mas
terson for $80, was disallowed in the
sum of $6, it being considered exces
sive in that amount.
Claim No 160 in favor of Wilbur
Lancaster for $18.75, was disallowed
the sum of $3.75, it being consid
ered an overcharge in that amount.
Claim No 175 in favor of Ed Slocum
$21.87, was disallowed in the sum
$4.37. it being considered an over
charge in that amount.
Claim No 176 in favor of Jeff Dob
bins for $37.50, was disallowed in the
sum of $3.50, it being considered an
overcharge in that amount.
Claim No. 178 in favor of A1 Cole
man for $18 75, was disallowed in the
sum of $3.75 on account of overcharge
that amount.
Claim No. 180 in favor of Jeff Dob
bins for $2.50, was disallowed in the
sum of 50 cents in being considered an
overcharge in that amount.
Claim No. 181 in favor of Arthur
Nichols -for $11.25, was disallowed in
the sum of $2.25, in being considered
overcharge in that amount.
Claim No. 239 in favor of Lee Not
tingham for $7.50, was disallowed on
account., of not being properly made
out.
Claim No. 247 in iavor of John Lin
derinan for $2, was disallowed on ac
count of not being properly made out.
Claim No. 294 in favor of Oscar
Slocum for $8.40, was disallowed as
not being considered a proper county
charge.
Claim No. 308 in favor of H. Buck
Co. for $17.75, was disallowed as not
being considered a proper county
charge.
Claim No. 313 in favor of Frank
Wallin for $5, was disallowed, the
same not being contracted for.
Claim No. 323 in favor of The West
ern News for $638.90, was disallowed
the sum of $18.54, it being consid
ered an overcharge in that amount.
Claim No. 332 in favor of J. C
Dougherty for $25, was disallowed as
not being considered a legal charge
against the county.
Claim No. 330 in favor of Frank
Bierman for $19.40, was disallowed in
the sum of $9.60, it being considered
an overcharge in that amount.
Claim No. 331 in favor of John Me
Ginley for $3, was rejected the same
having expired by statute of limita'
tion.
Claims No. 333 and 334 in favor of
Baldwin Consler for $86 and $90, re
spectively, were disallowed as not be
ing considered a proper county charge
No other business appearing, the
board adjourned to meet the 3rd Mon
day in July, 1907, as a board of equal
ization.
Attest:
GEO. A. REESE, Approved
Clerk of Board. JOS. APPOLONIO
Chairman
Stato of Montana. County of Ravalli ss
n justice court of Ward township. Before
J. Morris, justice of the peace. Robert!
McLaughlin plaintiff, versus Supreme Gold
Mining company, a corporation, defendant
The State of Montana to the above named
defendant, greeting:
You are hereby summoned to be and ap
pear before me. F. J. Morris a justice of the
peace, in and for the County of Ravalli at
my office in Hamilton. Montana, on Friday,
he 5th day of July. A 14. 1907. at 2 o'clock
tn.. of said day, then and there to make
inswer to the complaint of Robert P. Mc
■aughlin, the above named plaintiff, in i
ivil action to recover the sum of Forty
seven dollars and tweutyflve cents for goods
wares and merchandise sold and delivered to
you at your special instance and requests
f the value and at the offered price o"
$17.25 during the year 1906, and if you fail t(
ppoar and answer as above required, judge
lent will bo taken against you according to
he comptai ut.
Gi veil under rny hand this 3rd day of J line
107 . 33-41 F.J. MORRIS.
Justice of the Peace of said Town ship
It Lee McCulloch. Attorney for plaintiff
ALIAS SUMMONS.
SHERIFF SALE.
Amelia Forrest plaintiff, versus J D
iffthousen and Mary Feltbouseu, Ills wife
defendants.
To be sold at sheriff sale: On t he 22nd day
f June A. 1). 1907, it lOo clqck a. m„ at. the
front, door of the court house, in the l'owti
f llamiltoi , County of Ravalli, State of
Montana, (lie following described real pro
perty:
Lot ni.mbered eleven (11) in block num
ered seventeen (17) of the original townslte
f Hamilton, Montana
Dated this 29tli day of May. 1907. !
ü. W WARD,
Sheriff of Ravalli County, Montana.
By THOMAS J. IIEFLING.
Under Sheriff. 32-4t
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
body. Herbinc will keep it in con
dition. V, C. Simpkins, Alba, Texas,
writes: "I have used Herbine 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
it is for grown-up people, and I
recommend it. It is fine for La
Grippe." Sold by Bitter Root Drug
Co.
DON'TI ! I I
Don't let your child suffer with that
cough when you can cure it with Bal
lard's Horehound Syrup, a sure cure
for Coughs, Bronchitis, Influenza,
Croup and Pulmonary diseases. Buy a
bottle and try it.
B. B. Laughter, Byhalia, Miss.,
writes: "I have two children who had
croup. I tried many different rem
edies, but I must say your Horehound
Syrup is the best Croup and Cough
medicine I ever used." Sold by Bit
ter Root Drug Co.
He Fired the 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 Sfore. 25c.
The effect of Scott's Em tils ton on thin,
pale chi? Iren is magical.
It m iies them plump, rosy, active, happy.
It contains Cod Liver Oil, Hypophosphites
and Glycerine, to make fat, blood and bone,
and so put together that it is easily digested*
by little folk.
ALL DRUGGISTS; SOc. AND $1.00.
<►
FOR CRITICAL SMOKERS
flor de Baltimore
The Peer of Havana Cigars
ON SALE EVERYWHERE!
3 SLEEPING CHILD SPRINGS £
Good Hotel
Accommodations
and Feed
Stables
I*eave orders at F. L.
Burns' or Cottage
Hotel.
Analysis shows that the medicinal and
healing properties of the waters of these
Springs are unexcelled in the entire
country. Located only 3 hours drive
over a good wagon road, from the Rail
way station in Hamilton.
Stage leaves Hamilton twice a week,
Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Q. F~. HEAVIL1N, Proprietor.
CITIZENS' STATE BANK
Hamilton, Montana.
Capital Paid In $30,000
J. L Humblk, President T. A Chaffin, Vice President
C. Cooper, Cashier
DIRECTORS
O.
J. L. Humble T. A. Chaffin
J. H. Watts A. L.
A. Christian R. A. O'Hara
Ban O. C. Cooper
Transacts a General Eanking Business
THE NEW
MODELS
Are the product of the second
generation of Remington genius
and workmanship. They repre
sent age plus youth; the experi
ence of the old combined with
the progressiveness of the new.
SALES IN 1906 BROKE ALL
RECORDS FOR 30 YEARS
REMINGTON TYPEWRITER CO.,
110 Washington St., Spokane, Wash.
MONTANA Ot'FlOK:
109 E. Broadway. Butte, Mont.
•«*»
New Day Trains
DAILY IN BOTH DIRECTIONS BETWEEN
MISSOULA and SPOKANE
Train ''Seven" will leave Missoula daiiy at 8:00 a. m. westbound,
arriving in Spokane at 3:50 p. 111. Train "Eight" will leave
Spokane daily at 8:00 a. m., arriving in Missoula at 7:00 p. m.
These trains, offering convenient day service between local points
are in addition to the regular service of the Northern Pacific
Railway and will be found of exceptional advantage to those
who travel.
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£ c \ y 1
For full information call upon or write
S. R. WILSON, Local Agent,
HAMILTON, MONTANA.
Northern Pacific Railway
A. M. CLELAND,
General Passenger Agent,
St. Paul, Minn.

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