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AT LOW PRICES THIS WEEK In Both White Embroidered and Small —"— Checks and Stripes,— ~ $2.75 Handsomely Embroidered thy week for...........................................$1.78 $2.50 Fancy Cheeks and Stripes this week for .$1.49 j>2.00 Fancy Cheeks and Stripes this week for. $1.35 SIZES 82 TO 40. Our "Ribbon Special" mill be Continued THIS WEEK. WASH GOODS 10c 12dc and 15c Wash Goods (all this season's goods) the yard............. 20c Wash Goods (all this season's goods) the yard............................13£c UPe mill Continue tor the lüeek Our "Ual. Cace Specials" At 5c, 6*c and 7c the Yard. We are Showing a Big Assortment of white, pink, blue and gray Canvass Oxfords in all ------sizes and widths. -- County mercantile Co. ' O' 'f. ïürs*. i Bitter Root Brevities. jl Æ *4^W'm4SG*me#**i**iVV*** Chicke ns and eggs wanted at Hotel Hamilton. 18-tf Tomorrow, July 4, is the day we celebrate. i M. I). Fulkerson was up from Vio- ; tor Friday. Clarence G"ff was up from Victor over from Cor a Ham Wednesday. Robert Mvers wa vailis Saturday. A. B. McGrow of V ilton visitor Wednesday. Mr. and Mr<. J. A. Hull drove ov ,t from Corvallis Saturday. Mr. and Mrs Albert Woo'd drov ■ up from Victor yesterday. G. A. Robbins and Jeff Wiiiteseil were down from Rye creek Thursday R. V. Jamison of Stark, Mon'., was J. A. Wetzsteon was down from Sula a couple of days last week laying in supplies. Dancing tomorrow, Jnlv 4, at Burns' a business visitor in Hamilton Satur day. Ben Coleman returned last week from Ord, Neb., where he spent the winter. hall. There will be no dancing at the Fireworks,. For the Fourth! Fire Crackers Giant Crackers Sky Rockets Roman Candles Pin Wheels Canes Bunting Decorations C. S. KENDALL T'in Q'JA'JTY DRLGOIST Ravalli hotel, the report to that effect bu " t "" , " lims Gordon Stuart of the Missoula Herald is spending a few days with Hamilton friends. Jerry Cavanaugh left last week for Seattle and other, coast points and where he may locate. Mrs. R. L,ee Perkins and daughters left yesterday for Portland to visit several weeks with relatives. Rev. H. I». Thomas of Plato, Mo., * las assumed the pastorate of the Christian church at Corvallis. J. O. Read ot the II >tel Hamilton returned Friday from Missoula, where he attended the funeral of Geo. Potts. Mrs. E. E. Stockman and daughter were guests of Mrs. Ed. S Iby, daugh ter of Mrs. Stockman, at Missoula last week. W. B. Harlan, who has been attend , ing farmers' institutes throughout the u.,„ ,____ . . .. , stale, has returned to Ins home at 1 Como. j Mrs. J. J. Howley expects to leave next week for San Francisco, Cal.* j where she will visit friends for a few ! weeks. j Miss Matilda Dudley of New York I arrived Friday evening for a visit I with her brother, F. D. Dudley and j family. Col. C. M. Crutchfield returned Sat urday from Missoula where he attend ed the wedding of his brother Oscar and Mis Prescott. t The A. C. M. Co. has placed an or der for a Shea logging engine for use in the woods and which is to be de livered in August. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney M. Ward, wh i were married in Missoula on June 19, arrived in Hamilton Saturday and are guests at the Ravalli. I Miss Edith Britton returned to her home in Missoula Monday, having concluded a pleasant visit with her friend Miss Hazel Donson. Mrs. W. P. Baker and daughter ar rived home Wednesday evening from Portland, Ore., where they visited friends for several weeks. Mrs. Margaret Daly and a number of guests arrived Sunday from Ana conda, and the Daly mansion has been thrown open for the summer. Chairman Jos. Appolonio came up from Victor Saturday to sign war rants in payment of the monthly salaries of the county officials. Mrs. Jennie Middleton Lee of Waukegon, 111., arrived Wednesday for a visit w.»h ii-- •»»••»». ' , 1 .,. Middiet, u id ,v ...Hi... W. H. Roberts and family. Miss Kate Roberts and Llellyn Roberts of Butte returned Monday evening from an etijoyablo outing on West Fork. f'dr Ladies Aid of the Christian church will serve dinner on the lfiwti at the sale of C r. George Sullenger, Sat. July 6. Price of dinner 25 cents. Phil W. Jones of the Buttestreet railway service, returned to Butte Sat urday after a brief visit with his family at their home west of Hamilton. Chas. Jenkins of Colorado and who has been engaged in the construction I of the big dam across the Missouri at Hauser lake is Visiting his cousin, E E. Smith. Chas. M. Johnson, secretary ot the Bitter Riot District Irrigation Co lelt Saturday for Chicago where fie goes to confer with the directors of the company. Beavertail" is the name of a new school district established recently above Darby. School opened June 24 with 14 pupils ietirolled. Miss Sadie Whitney is teacher. Sheriff Ward returned Saturday from Twin Bridges, where he placed a little child in the State Orphan's home. On Wednesday of last week he took a patient to Warm Springs. Mrs. T. B. Satterlee of Boone, Iowa, and her nephew, T homas Eg'glestoii of O Neill, Neb , have arrived for a visit during tli ■ summer at the homes of her sons, George L* S itt rleo and Joe Satterlee, near Darby. Mr. and Mr. John D Byrd and chil dren were down from Darby Satur day. While in town Mr. Byrd was chaperoned by his twin boys, two 'bright and sturdy four year old boys of whom Mr. Byrd is justly proud. St. Paul's Episcopal church is a sorry looking edifice Five of the stained windows of that handsome church are broken and the plastering is broken from the wall in the rear of pulpit and other damage done to the interior. It is believed that small boys in the neighborhood did the mischief and the city officers have been notified and are investigating the matter. Several boys are under surveillance, and if sufficient evidence can be secur ed they will be made an example of. Good Things for the Fourth. Mesdames McGee & Chilcott will be prepared to serve lunch to the masses on the Fourth, at their store on South Second street and on the cor ner of Main and Second streets, the corner formerly occupied by the Chinese restaurant. There will be nl<*utv n f *•»•* cr. >■»>». '••••! G. W. Solleder is down from Darby today. Mrs. J. Alex. Harvey of Spokane arrived yesterday for a visit with old time friends. The Ravalli County Abstract Co. has sold an acre tract to W. A. Bar nett, who will build a new residence at once. Mrs. O. W. Squires drove down from East Fork yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Squires recently located a homestead on East Fork about twelve miles above Darby. Mrs. R. L. Harper of this city» and Mrs. Will Harper of O'Brien creek ex pect to start next week for New Brunswick, where they will visit at their old homes during the summer. J. K. Williamson of Darby arrived home Saturday from Saltese, where he has been working on the Milwaukte road, to spend the Fourth. He was met here by Mrs. Williamson and the children. He will return in about ten days. Mrs. H. S. Lord went to Missoula Friday morning and returned in the evening with Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Lord, parents of her husband, who ar rived from Nampa, Cal., for a visit of several months at the Lord home in Hamilton. Charles Nelson on Friday filed a petition for naturalization papers. He is a native of Denmark, and de clared his intention of becoming a citiz* n at Rochester, Minn., October 24, 18%. His witnesses are A. L. Johnson and Howard D. Smart. W. B. Wiles, the energetic manager of the M. M. Co. store at Victor was a business visitor in Hamilton Monday. Mr. Wiles says crop conditions in the lower valley are excellent and tha 1 good prices will prevail. He proposes to start hay, mixed clover and timothy at $12, baled from the shocks. Supt. P. J. Shannon of the Bitter Root stock farm was called to Seattle yesterday by a message from Mrs. Shannon stating that their daughter, Miss Agues, is critically ill. Mr. Shannon was driven to Missoula by T. Thibadeau in his automobile, arriv ing in time to catch west bound No. 3. Miss Josephine Robb, who has been visiting friends in Helena and Great Falls since her school at Lothrop closed arrived last week and will spend the remainder of her vacation at the K. L. Harper home. Miss Robb has been engaged as teacher in the Lothrop schools for the ensuing year. A suit has been filed in the district court by Hans Rosette ag. inst the Northern Pacific railway company. It is an action for $15,000 damages. The complainant allowed its fences along- its right of way to become de fective and that stock broke into the plaintiff's field and destroyed crops to the amount sued for. Supt. J. E. Totman last week pur chased two teams of D. C. Bass of Slevensville for $1200. The teams con sisted of two three-year-old geldings weighing 1400 each and two four-year old mares weighing about 1700 each. Good draft horses command fancy prices nowadays, the supply not keep ing pace with demand. The ball game Iasi Sunday between Victor and Hamilton played in the uew Hamilton Athletic park proved very one-sided, resulting in the dis. comfiture of the visitors by a score of IS to 2. Corvallis defeated Martin's Colts at Missoula by a score of 6 to 5. The game between Hamilton and Cor vallis tomorrow will be called prompt ly at 1 p. in. E. W. Odell and family of Corvallis arrived home last week from Long Valley, Idaho, where they have been fur a couple of months. Several for mer Bitter Rooters are located there, anjong them Mr. and Mrs. Finis Sher rill, who haye a fine farm and are doing well, and Manford Meadows and Miss Blanch Williams, who were married recently. Additional telephonic communica tion will soon be available in the Bit ter Root valley. The forest service is running a line from Darby to Sula, on the East Fork, and from Darby to Alta on the West Fork. Primarily, the line will be used for wie irrest officers, but it will have connection with the Rocky Mountaiu Bell Tele phone Co., and will be of inestimable value in reaching remote sections of the county. Jos. Haigh formerly a foreman on the Bitter Root Stock Farm arrived here Wednesday and expects to re main until about July 20, when he will return to Billings to make entry on a farm under the Huntley project. Mr. Haigh drew 4%, one of the lucky numbers in the government's land lottery at Billings last week and ex pects to make his home in that section. His family is now at Mondovi, Wis., where they will remain until Mr. Haigh can prepare a home for them. Two other Bitter Rooters, Doctor F. E. Ellis and Henry Page Winter, for merly horticulturist on the Stock Farm also drew wint inc numbers. CONSTIPATION. For constipation there is nothing quite so nice as Chamberlain's Stom ach and Liver Tablets. They always produce a pleasant movement of the t.i.w.-'s >«<•!». uv.n.vii , *-,1... Business Locals. Chicken^ and eggs wanted at Hotel Hamilton. 18-tf Special Menu evening of July 4 at the Ravalli hotel. 36-2t Pasture for rent. Apply to W. E. McMurry. 34-tf Special Menu, Fourth of July din ner at the Ravalli hotel. 36 2t 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 Rent—Six room plastered house, city water, Eighth, street. W. T. Tyler. 34 -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 3m Found—On South Third street lady's silver watch. Call at The Western News office. 35-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 We carry bee hives. Set up com plete and ready to use. 'Pnone li nt. Riverview Manufacturing Co. 31tf For Sale—Standard bred registered mare by Prodigal and her two colts— a yearling filly and two-year-old stallion. W. T. Tvler. 34-tf The St. Paul Guild ladies will serve ice cream and cake and strawberries on the evening of July 6 on the Ravalli lawn. 36-21 Plenty of good green pasture for 50 head of stock. Rates $1 per month for grown stock and young stock in proportion. R. M. Bones, Woodside. 35-4t p. We carry a full line of wall paper, ready mixed paints, alabastine, glass and mouldings. Peterson Bros., Hamilton, Mont. 29-tf 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 For Sale—Acre lots in Calumet ad dition, adjoining Riverview on the north. For prie es and further par:ic ulars address or call upon Chas Mc Rae or his attorney, Chas M. Crutch field. 35-tf The Werner roller skating rink on North First street will be open next Saturday evening and all the week ending Saturday night July 6. The rink will open at 8 p. m. and close at 10:30 p. ni. A. H. Werner. Prop 36-2. 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, k 3l)-tf BEST MEDICINE IN THE WORLD FOR COLIC AND DIARRHOEA. "I find Chamberlain's Colic. Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy to be the liest remedy in the world," sa vs Mr. C L. Carter ot Skirum, Ala. "I am subject to colic and diarrhoea. La.-t spring it seemed as though I would die, and I think I would if I hadn't taken Chamberlain's Colic, Choierai and Diarrhoea Remedy. I haven't been troubled with it since until this week, when I had a very severe attack arid took half a bottle ot the twenty five cent size Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and this morning' I feel like a new man." For sale by Corner Drug Store. * A HAPPY MAN is Amos F. King, of Port Byron. N. Y., [85 years of age]; since a sore on his leg. which has troubled him the greater part of his life, has been en tirely healed by Buck leu '.s Arnica Salve; the world's great healer of Sores, Burns, Cuts, Wounds amt Piles. Guaranteed by Corner Drug Store. Price 25c. ..MEN'S HATS.. —WE START THE PRICE RIGHT— Regular Sale on Hats Every Day „in the Year—See Our Red Cross Line at $2.59. \ ou will not ask for further reduction. \ our satisfaction will be complete. —SEVENTY HATS ON SALE— $3.00 Hats $2.50—$2.50 Hats $2.00—$2.00 Hats $1.50 -AND SO THEY GO ..FARRS NECESSITIES.. Take Notice of our 50-inch Wire Fence, four and live foot Poultry Netting We also have Grindstones, Whetstones, Scythes. Snaths, torks. Oil Cans, Machine Oils. Try a can of our Lightning Axle Grease for heavy work; Chaunelleue Graphite for light work; Coach Oil for the carnage. Oar harness dressing is just right for your use. W 7 hale oil soap to spray the trees. Our stock of Pocket Knives is complete. You can select one that will help you through the busy seasop. Economy Fruit Jars, self sealing, wide mouth. Extra Caps. Caps aud rubber rings for Mason Fruit Jars. The Ice Cream season is now here. We sell the White Mountain triple motion freezers. They will suit you if you are looking for the best B. R. Spaulding telephone îo K General merchandise. ..Tomato Plants., CRIMSON CUSHION, PON DE ROSA, SHARKS EARLIANA. $1.00 Per Hundred. Peppers $1.00 Per Hundred. Celery 40c Per Hundred. W. E. ricflurry NURSERYMAN AND FLORIST Hamilton, — Montana Ravalli County BANK. Capital $ 50 , 000 . 00 . OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. W. W. McOkackin, President, Geo. McGuatu. Vice-President, M. A. White, Cashier, Abraham Buol. F. M. Lockwood. General Banking Business Transacted HAfllLTON, MONTANA. MONEY TO LOAN On gilt edge ranch property at 8, 9 and 10 per cent for 2, 3 or 5 years. Come and see ns before you borrow and we will save you interest money. ! « ? IF YOU HAVE MONEY TO LOAN AND WANT IT PLACED ON GILT EDGE SECURITIES. PLACE IT WITH US. ALL SECURITIES PASSED ON WILL BE PERSONALLY GUARAN TEED BY US. BARGAINS. We have some nice fruit ranch es ranging from 2,000 to 5.000 bearing trees with good improve ments and first class water rights —also good improved stock and dairy ranches—all are paving investments and good homes. We can sell at reasonable prices and on liberal terms. We also have some choice resi dence property in Hamilton and adjoining at reasonable orices. WE REPRESENT THE LARGEST LINE OF FIRE INSURANCE COM PANIES IN RAVALLI COUNTY AND ALL GUARANTEED TO PAY THEIR LOSSES IN THIRTY DAYS. AND ALL ARE LICENSED COMPANIES BY THE STATE OF MONTANA TO DO FIRE INSURANCE BUSINESS. We will be pleased to quote you lowest possible rates on Fire Insur ance of auy kind, at any moment you may call and see us. If you want to sell your rnncti or town property list it with in*. We have at tills time ion choice ranches for Stile on easy terms. Call :.n<l see us before you buy anil we will save you hard cold rash on your in rest nient Removed to Main Street. Ravalli Co. Abstract Co. Opp. A. C. K. Co. Hamilton, Hont.