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Good News For The Ladies
We were fortunate enough to get another lot of those F ine Tailored an d Lingerie Waists As advertised last week. Last week's lot lasted just two days. We secured a larger quantity—272 of them this time. Some button in front are among the lot, and in large sizes to 44. Splendid values, as before, that are sure to please you. Don't wait until Friday or Saturday, come now if you want to be sure v* «.* J* J* of your size, Over oOU hats sold in two days was 'G oil"' so rut* for straw now is about r 52 left and lot only 5! last week' goods. I cleaned up, they yo at the last week's price, Hurry if you want some 5c Our stock of muslin undeawear is very complete in Skirts, Drawers, Corset Covers and Gowns. Skirts from 75c to $5.50, Gowns from 50c to $3.50, Corset Covers from 15c to $2.00, Drawers from 75c to $ 2 . c pedals For This Week 8b< Muslin Skirt with 10-inch flounce, trimmed with H-inch lace insertion and 3£-inch lace edge This Week, 49c. $1 25 Cambric Skirt with 18-inch flounce, trimmed with 2-inch lace inserting with 5 rows fine tucks and 4-inch lace edge This Week, 98c. County mercantile Company Hamilton, Montana. r* * Bitter Roct Brevities. 1 **-*«-: ««««e «I ««€ ttt C« « J. M. Olsen is down from Darby. J. O. Kcad left F riday for Chicago. Frank Harlan was down from Darby ■yesterday. Miss Letha Keese has returned from Sheridan, Wyo. N. P. Woods of Stevensville was a Hamilton visitor Thursday. Mrs. K. A. O'Hara is visiting rela tives and friends in Missoula. Effie Pool has filed suit for divorce against Albert Pool, alleging deser tion. Mrs. Charles Granke left Friday morning for a visit at Stillwater, Minu. Kenneth Romney left Sunday for Pasco, Wash. He expects to be gone about a week. Mrs, Fred Skalicky went to Butte Thursday for a visit with relatives and friends. Mrs. Geo. C. Taylor returned to Florence Thursday after a visit at the J. N. Taylor home. Mrs. R. T. Richardson departed Fri day for a visit with relatives and friends in Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hart of Missoula spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Julia Hork, mother of Mrs. Hart. D. P. Milliken, a veterinary sur geon, has located in Hamilton with headquarters at Swayze's livery barn. D. Lorriaux of the Corner Drug Store has gone to Ottumwa, HI., to spend a few weeks vacation with his family. Mrs. Thomas Nelson Marlowe re turned to Missoula Wednesday after visit with her mother, Mrs. Mary Mc Murry. Miss Carrie Hork left Saturday for Oakland, Cal., where she will visit her sister, Mrs. M. J. Colmann about six weeks. Mrs. Frank Davies and Mrs. R. O. Russell departed Friday morning for Bloomfield, Iowa, where they will visit until September. J. W. Tisdale and family have gone to Sandpoint where Mr. Tisdale will have charge of the lumber shipments of the Bitter Root Valley Irrigation Co. Mrs. Ë. W. Hagyard and children of Lexington, Ky., arrived Sunday evening and are guçsts at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. B. rfart. Grover Russell yesterday was exhib iting a two-headed garter snake, that he picked up near town. The snake is about two feet long and appears to use its hind head with as great facility as the other. Geo. T. Baggs on last Thursday filed a petition for letters of adminis tration, with the will annexed, in the estate of Delia M. Flannagan. By an oversight this paper last week omitted the Valley Clothing Co. float from the list of prize winners. This float was awarded a prize as a team float, the other prize going to the City Meat market. W. H. Pierce and L. P. Biddick were up from Woodside Friday. Mrs. Pierce and Mrs. W. T. Pierce, who re cently arrived for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Pierce, left last week for a visit at Spokane. Edward Helm, who has been visit ing his brother Lou of West Hamil ton left last Friday for the Falls. He was very favorably impressed with the valley and expects to return shortly with his family and locate in the "Laud of the McIntosh Red." Good progress is being made with the alterations to the opera house. Hamilton s popular play house is to be thoroughly overhauled. Chief of the improvements will be the new ! covered double stairway, affording j two exits at the rear instead of one. Yhe Y. W. C. T. U. will give a lawn social at the home of Misses Iva and Viola Boyd in the Doran addition Thursday evening, July 16. Rev. Paul H. Castle will give an address. Re freshments served. Ice cream and cake 15cents. Everybody invited. 39-lt Last Sunday was a bad day for Hamilton on the diamond. Corvallis defeated the locals by a score of 16 to 10—and it might have been worse. \ ictor s first team "skinned" the "Independents" 8 to 3. Next Sunday Hamilton and Corvallis will meet at the latter place and the Independents will play at home. M. Steinberg and son, S. A. Stein berg, were in town last week from Darby. They came here with the ex pectation of going to their home at Virginia, Minn., but received a tele gram at Hamilton, which caused them to change their minds, and they will return to their mines near Alta for a while longer. Wednesday, July 8, according to Supt. P. J. Shannon's notes taken at the government observatory on the Bitter Root stock farm, was not only the hottest day of the summer, but of the past five years since the observa tory wàs established. The official thèrmotheter, ensconced in the densest shade available, stood stead fastly at 95 while all sweltered. Hot, yes! Bishop Brewer will be in the Bitter Root valley next week and will hold services as follows: Hamilton, Sun day, July 19, 11 a. m.; Como, 4 p. in.; Darby, 8 p. m.; Stevensville, Tuesday n >ght, July 21; Victor, Wednesday night, July 22; Hamilton, morning and evening, Sunday, July 26. Florence Eileen, infant daughter of Mrs. Ida Porter died Saturday even ing at about 5:30 o'clock. She was ill but a few days with pneumonia, and death was not expected. She was one year, hve months and twenty-seven days old and was the pet of the home. Much sympathy is felt for Mrs. Porter in her sad loss. The Y. W. C. T. IJ. will give a Loyal Temperance program on Tues day evening, July 21 at the South Methodist church. The program will consist sf recitations und song drills by the children and a few selections by the 'Y." choir. Rev. Wakeham will also give a temperance address. All are cordially invited to attend. The preliminary hearing of Mike Rockvitch, charged with assaulting and stabbing Tony Miller, occurred in Justice Morris' court Thursday and the defendant was bound over to the C ° Url . in the slmi of *™ 00 . Both the P nnc, Pals are Austrians who engaged in a bloody fight in which Rockvitch tried to cut his opponent's throat. The employes at the Charles H. Buck sawmill west of Stevensville walked out Thursday by order of their labor union. The employees of the mill were receiving the wages they asked and were well satisfied, but struck in sympathy with the general strike in western Montana. The Baird & Company sawmill in the low er valley and the Bean mill in the up per valley are also closed down. The sawmill tie-up in Ravalli county is complete. Jonathan F. Printz, F. T. Lillick, E. Hageuian, Dr. G E. Buchen, Matt Sulliyan and Dr. H. W. Monroe went to Helena yesterday, summoned by Deputy United States Marshal J. W. Haigler to appear before the federal grand jury as witnesses, presumably in the case of the United States vs. Lynde Catlin, charged with embezzl ing public money. These witnesses all made final proof on land, and their money was held up in the Missoula land office. J. O. Read, the eagle-eyed horticul turist, ever on the alert, last week "spotted" some green apples, badly infected with codling moth in a local fruit store. The apples which were a California product were promptly con demned and destroyed. Meanwhile, W. J. Tiedt, member of the state board of horticulture for this district, has appointed deputy inspectors in all the towns of the county and who will be on the lookout for such consign ments. Eternal vigilance is likewise the price of insectiess fruit. The body of Pela Gotti who was drowned Monday night in Dry gulch was found this afternoon in Abe Williamson's field where it was carried by the flood. Haying, which was progressing nicely has been interrupted by the elec trical storms and rains of the past few days. Considerable hay is down and will be damaged somewhat. On the Daly ranch great progress was be ing made, over 500 men being em ployed, and Superintendent Shannon expects to complete the job by August 1. The crop throughout the valley is -hort this season,the cold spring not having been favorable to clover. Many estimate that not over half a crop, as compared with last year, will be put up. The price is starting off lower than last year, the local dealers offering but $10 for first class timothy and clover baled. Walter Gregory and the town ■fficials have been tangled up consid erably in the past week. Gregory had opened an employment office. Complaints having been registered that the business was not being conducted on the square his license was revoked by order of the mayor. Gregory persisted in doing business anyhow, whereupon he was arrested and upon being tried before Police Magistrate Morris was fined $50. This he refused to pay and he was com mitted to jail. His attorneys sued out a writ of habeus corbus and secured his release. He was re-arrested and this time in habeus corpus proceed ings Judge Myers sustained the town officials. Last night at a special meeting the town council voted to stand pat on the proposition and now it's up to Gregory. Beginning Wednesday July 22 and every Wednesday evening there after there will be dancing at the rink. Born. Stout—To Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Stout, June 19, a boy. Whatley—To Mr. and Mrs. Otig Whatley, July 2, a girl. Swanson—To Mr. and Mrs. Gust Swanson, July 12, a boy. Card of Thanks. We desire to extend our heartfelt thanks to the kind neighbors and friends who assisted us during the ill ness and at the funeral of our beloved sister and mother. Mary E. Brli,, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Worden. FOR SALE. For sale^—Two seated surrey, good as new. A bargain. Call or address W. P. O'Brien, Hamilton. 33-tf For a good smoke try the Green Seal cigar. 29-tf LOST. Lost—A Waterman fountain pen. A good reward will be given findet . J. V. Owens. Lost—Circus day, between Hamil ton and Corvallis, a blue-black coat. Finder please return to this office.38-lt WAN fED. MISCELLANEOUS. Japalac, the Home Beautifier. New and complete stock at Corner Drug store. 24-tf Japalac, the Home Beautifier. New and complete stock at Corner Drug Store. 24-tf When you purchase property insist on an abstract made by the Security Title & Abstract Co., Hamilton, Montana. 20-tf. W'e carry a full line of wall paper, ready mixed paints, alabastine, glass and mouldings. Peterson Bros., Hamilton, Mont. 29-tf If you want to do a bigger business pursue the proper methods—advertise. Lorriaux's Rheumatic prescription for sale at Corner Drug Store. 5-tf. Lorriaux's Rheumatic Blood and Kidney medicine for sale at Corner Drug store. 5-tf. When you purchase Real Estate, in sist on an Abstract, made by the RAVALLI COUNTY ABSTRACT CO. Incorporated 1898. Leave or ders for Abstracts at Main street office, Hamilton, Montana. We have our employ the best Abstractor in Ravalli county. 34-6m Notice Beginning Monday, July 13,the bar ber shops of Hamilton will open at 8 a. in. and close at 8 p. m., except on Saturdays. This rule is adopted by unanimous agreement. HARRY BARTON, „ WESLEY WALLS, 38-2t D. KENNEDY. IB A New York is too far from Japan; San Fran cisco is nearer. Your »rocer returns your money if yon don't llks Schilling's Best: we pay him July 4, 1908, Is Past. Wasn't it a Lollipaloosa? Everybody Had a G ood Time. The potato bugs are having a good time and remember you can buy Arsenate of Lead 33a per cent cheaper than Paris Green. It kills all kinds of Bugs and Worms SOLD BY C Ç J \\ The Quality ♦ o* K.enaall, druggist, HAHILTON, HONTANA. 1 LOOK OUT for quality as well as price, in buying MEAT Fish, Game and all kinds of MEATS In Season* CENTRAL MEAT MARKET, PERCY H. EDWARDS, Prop. Corner Drug STORE STATIONERY Is a product of New England where fashions in stationery are set and where the finest grades of correspondence papers are made. Whiting's has mr.de a reputation for itself since 1865. and its mills are producing an up-to-date, present day line that is adding to that reputa* tion every day. The most exacting and careful people use Whiting's because they appreciate the advantages arising from the use of correct form station ery. use it because they are as careful dl their correspondence as they are of their own personal appearance. Let us show you sartrjfet. CORNER Drug Store, Harry McLean's ORCHESTRA Of Five Pieces R. C. CARPENTER, Director READY FOR BUSINESS AT ALL TIMES. Tull he COUGH AND CURE the LUNGS WITH Dr. King's New Discovery FOB C8Egs HS , j/Sfc. AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. GUABANTEED SATISFACTORY OB MONEY REFUNDED. 25,000 Celery Plants 40c. per IT Hamilton Nurseries W. E. MciViurry, Mgr J g BOOSTER SAYS "If I were an aeronaut, I should sit up on the gas bag so people could see the difference." From which we suppose that Booster means he would recognize a booster in any business, but thinks he is a class by himself. "Ravalli" is the best high-grade hard-wheat flour that is made in ^. oa J ana * Years of experience in milling this brand and thousands of old-time friends attest the truth of this claim, Hamilton Flour Mill Company. Attention Land Buyers Look at &ttt lists before buying elsewhere. We Can' Please Yon, We have sotde of the best Orchard LAND. c nave SUE Bench In the Bitter Root valley listed with us, to sell in large or small tracts at LOWEST prices Our lands have an abundance of water, are free from frosts and are located in the most healthful place in the world. Adjacent to several good summer resorts, school and churches. Good shipping accommodations. Fish and game in abundance, Inquire of Barrill ® Waldo, CZD DARBY, MONTANA.