HAMILTON, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1909.
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Quality and price the
two essentials. We
are offering an excel
lent quality at a very
reasonable price. 11
cents in 50 lb. lots. 12c
in small quantities.
Nails and Hardware
Our price is right on this. You will want to se
cure your box nails soon.
Smooth box nails per keg........................ $4.00
Cement coated box nails per 80 lb keg...... $4.50
We have the stock now. To be sure of having
your needs supplied
Secure Them Now
Building Paper, Tar Paper
You can be sure of
the quality if you
buy from our stock.
Special Prices to Close. You Will Need Them
For Some Time Yet.
Moor Potato Diggers
Covered jars 12 gal
to y 2 gal
Are selling right along
For men, women and
children. A few days
wear will make them
worth the price we
are now charging.
Butter jars 5 lb to 10 lb
Chums 2, 3 and 4 gal
Jugs V 2 » 1 and 2
Bean pots V 2 and 1 gal
Only two left; who gets them. That is up to
the first one to close the deal. If you will need
a large potato digger
See Us Now
North 2nd St
NEW HOME FOR THE
BUILDING WILL BE ERECTED ON
SOCIAL CLUB IS ABANDONED
After Chamber of Commerce It Estab
lished Proposition May Be Taken up
—26 New Members.
A building 25x60 to be occupied ex
clusively by the Hamilton Chamber of
Commerce will be erected on Second
street. Construction work will be
staried Sept. 1. The structure will
be built by the Bitter Root Stock
Farm and rented to the chamber of
commerce. It will stand between
the Orvis Music store and Hageman's
studio. It will be two stories in height
and concrete will be the material used.
After several propositions had been
discussed at the regular meeting of
the club Monday night, the above
proposition was submitted by Supt.
P. J. Shannon, and accepted unani
mously. President White reported
that the committee appointed to se
cure a location had dismissed the pro
posal to erect a building by the sub
scription plan, and the matter was
where it had started. A proposition
made by C. E. Hartley to build a sec
ond story to his steam laundry and
rent it to the chamber of commerce
: was discussed and rejected. Other sug
gestions of locations were quickly dis
posed of until the one made by Mr.
A social club will not be a feature
of the chamber, at least for the pres
ent. The matter was given thorough
discussion, but the difficulty of secur
ing a building large enough for the
purpose, together with the initial
cost, make the project impracticable
at the present time.
The chamber of commerce proposes
to begin the collection of exhibits of
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Fullerton Nelson Hood Heilman Richmeyer Williams
MONTHS OF STRIFE
The Corvallis baseball team caught
the locals off their guard Sunday and
defeated them 7 to 4. Hamilton, sated
with success, invaded the enemy's
camp without a full quota of men and
before the clash was over paid the
penalty of overconfidence.
The winning team was recruited
with several strong players who fig
ured in achieving the ambition of the
country boys. Errors all over the
ground made Hamilton's side of the
argument decidedly ratrged. while
Corvallis escaped with less boots to
their discredit. Heilman, on the
mound for the invaders, struck out
15 men—the big feature of the game.
Lancaster twined for Corvallis.
Joy, unmixed and prolonged, was
the portion of Corvallis at the outcome.
Lost—White fox terrier, light brown
head with white star. Three brown
spots on back, short tail. Answers to
name of "Fuddles." Reward for re
turn to Lydia Brown. 45 tf
THE MISSES ROBERTSON
Misses LuVerne and Annabelle Rob
ertson were hostesses Thursday
evening at their home on Fifth street,
Progressive whist was the diversion
of the evening. Head prizes were
won by Miss Dora Hamilton and Wm.
Clark. The consolation offerings
went to Miss Ella Howley and Clyde
Floral decorations made the home
an attractive scene for the pleasant
occasion, and refreshments, served be
fore the close of the evening, complet
ed the entertainment.
Clem F. Wilson and Miss Viola A.
Cross were married Friday at the par
lors of the Hamilton hotel by Rev. T.
H. Barker. L. VV. Davenport and
Miss Olive McKiennan were attend
ants. The young people left immediate
ly afterward on a wedding trip.
FAMILY THEATRE WILL
PRESENT GOOD BILLS
The Family theatre will open next
Monday, August 50, with two vaude
ville acts, moving pictures and an il
lustrated song for the bill. The man
agement has arranged for a change of
program twice a week Amy Gotlobe
in a sketch and and Bueby A Williams
in comedy will hold the boards Mon
day, Tuesday and Wedne-day nights,
and Thursday night wiil he relieved
by Atlantis & Fisk in a ovelty act
and Hazel Bideit, a soubrette. A six
piece orchestra will paov.de music.
An admittance charge of 10 and 20
cents has been adopted b> the man
agement. E. L. Darling, manager of
the new house, announces that the
opening performance will positively
be given Monday night.
Lost—Near Lake Como, suiali gray
saddle horse branded CG on left hip.
G upside down. Reward of $5 for in
formation leading to recovery. A. L.
Warfel, Victor, Mont. 45 4t
SERUM FACTORY TO
BITTER ROOT STOCK FARM OFFERS
USE OF LAND
EXPERT TO TAKE CHARGE
Farmer» Who Subscribe Will Be Repaid
With Serum—Will Check
With the offer last week of eleven
acres of ground and a building suit
able for a laboratory by the Bitter
Root Stock farm, the factory proposed
by the State Livestock Sanitary
board foi the manufacture of hog
cholera serum took definite form. The
state has no fund from which to estab
lish the factory and Dr. Dennis,
representing State Veterinarian
Knowles, is inducing the hog raisers
of the valley to subscribe to the
movement. Several hundred dollars
have already been signed.
The plan proposed by the state is,
that the farmers advance the money
required to purchase the necessary
chemical equipment for the production
of the vaccine, and receive serum in
return therefor. It is estimated that
the factory will cost from $5,000 to
$5,000. As the hog raisers will be
compelled to buy serum in case their
hogs become infected, they are simply
laying in a stock in advance of their
needs, as the state will furnish an ex
pert to manufacture the serum free of
Dr. Dennis estimates that there are
10,000 hogs in the valley. The cost of
vaccinating hogs is 25c a head. The
growers who contribute toward the
establishment of the factory will be
supplied with serum in proportion to
their subscriptions. The land offered
for use by tlie stock farm is on the
Ravalli ranch east of Corvallis.
The United States government, af
ter years of investigation, discovered
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