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VOLUME XIX HAMILTON, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1909. NUMBER 45 OPENING EXHIBIT OF MEN'S FALL AND WINTER SUITS To be well and correctly dressed gives a man a feel ing of confidence that oth erwise is impossible. First impressions are always best and the clothes you wear have a tendency to inspire respect and confidence—if they are of the right kind. This is characteristic of Toogery suits that sell from $1510 $35 mim Binder Twine 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 bavins: your needs supplied Secure Them Now Building Paper, Tar Paper and Roofing You can be sure of the quality if you buy from our stock. Lawn Mowers Special Prices to Close. You Will Need Them For Some Time Yet. Crockery Moor Potato Diggers Summer Hats Covered jars 12 gal to l/ 2 gal Are selling right along $12.00 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 V2> 1 ^ 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 H North 2nd St H. SPAULDING Hamilton, Montana Phone 20k 1 .MEN SAW ASSAULT. Tnat there were eye witnesses of ttie aite cation between B. H. Glover and Audrey Bradley was indicated Satur day, when the despositions ot Warren S. Edes and Frank M. Edes, his son, were taken at the instance of the de fense. The nature of the testimony has not been indicated The desposi tions were taken to permit the elder gentleman to return to his home in Chicago, where he is connected with the Pullman car company. A direct information was filed in district court Friday charging Bradlevwith assault. The case will probably be heard dur ing the November term. PROFITS FROM GOOSEBERRIES. Three hundred gallons of goose berries were taken from one eighth of an acre by A. H. Downing this season. This is exclusive of berries furnished the chamber of commerce for exhibits and those required for home use. The berries were sold for 25c a gallon. This is at the rate of $750 an acre. HERMAN SCHRAMM DEAD. Herman Schramm died Monday night at Sleeping Child springs of dropsy. The funeral was held today under the auspices of the Odd Fellows lodge. The deceased was 54 years of age and was born in Brandenburg, Ger many, where two brothers survive him. He had resided in the valley sixteen years. INFANT IS DROWNED. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Kierns of Victor was drowned Friday in a small irrigating ditch on the Charles Mendel ranch, where the I family resides. The funeral was held Saturday. Orchard Tracts For Sale. Three of the most desirable 20-acre orchard tracts in the Bitter Root val- j ley located one mile from Victor, j Close to railway track and in beautful locality. First class fruit land: first class farm land and first class water right. Ten acres of young orchard. 1 Apply to Dr. T. H. Handbidge, Vic tor, Mont. 46 tf NEW OFFICE READY FOR Valley Mercantile Company Completes Large Addition to Store—Rest Room for Ladies. The new office of the Galley Mer cantile company, in the large addition to the store which has just been com pleted, is ready for occupancy,and next week W. W. Rutledge, secretary treasurer of the company, will move his force of accountants into the new quarters. The office, which fronts on Second street, is amply lighted and is away from the noise and activity of the store. Many new fixtures will be added to the equipment. The addition to the store is 30x86, and the office provides a rest room for ladies and an enlargement of the hardware department, on the first floor, and work rooms for the millin ers and dressmakers upstairs. Every bit of space is utilized to advantage. The rest room and lavatory, which was planned by Manager Fisk for the accommodation of the ladies, is 18x30. It will be furnished with easy chairs, sofas and other conveniences. Here women and children who have driven in from the country and are compelled to remain several hours in town can wait and rest. Notice. Notice is hereby given that a special meeting of the stockholders of the Tincup Irrigation company will be held at the residence of W. J. Cum mins on Saturday evening. Sept. 11, 1909 at eight o'clock p. m., for the purpose of electing a secretary and treasurer and such other business as may properly come before the meet ing. S. W. OVERTURF, 46-2t Secretary. For Sale or Hire. Two good roadsters and several sad dle and pack horses. J. T. Beavers. Farmers feed yard, north Second street, Hamilton. 46 It ™ theatre opens TO APPRECIATIVE AUDIENCE The opening performance at the Family theatre Monday night, con sisting of two clever vaudeville acts, was above expectation, and the crowds that greeted the performers were large and appreciative. Busby & Williams in a "Pink and White Surprise" and Amy Gottlob & Co. in a plavlet of her own composition, "Government Bonds," were good, but a decided hit was made by Miss Grace Willman, who will sing the illustrated songs for the new house. She is a pleasing soprano, with an attractive stage presence, and good expression. At lantis & Fisk, in a novelty act, and Hazel Bidett, soubrette, will appear tomorrow night. Motion pictures are a part of the entertainment. A JAPANESE PARTY. Misses Urselle Hork and Marjorie Chambers were hostesses Friday evening at the home of Miss Hork on Seventh street. The home by clever decorations was converted into a Japanese bungalow, and the hostesses and guests alike were clad in kimonas and other conventions of Japanese attire. The guests were twenty-one in number and the occasion was thor oughly enjoyed. Those invited were Misses Hallie and At lie Dewy, Rose and Laura Riendeau, Elizabeth and Sopha Lemrn, LuVerne and Annabelle Robertson, Sue and Theo Swayze, Myrtle An drews, Margaret Titus, Abbie Milner. Louise Dillard, Hazel Donson, E Ua Howley, Cecilia Dwyer, Cecile Jones, Edna Fullerton, Eula Anson, Nola Hackett, Florence Granke, Clara Tur nage, Effie Read and Alice O'Brien. TWO MODE CHANGES. The Hamilton baseball team will go to Missoula Sunday morning to play two games with the Missoula Giants. The first game will be played Sunday and the following day the second game will be made a feature of Mis soula's Labor day celebration. The local fans believe that Hamilton will take one of the two games. NEW BOSK BLOCK IS W. J. Teidt Will Erect Build ing on Second Street If He Can Secure Suit able Tenant. Another concrete business block 25x90 may be erected on Second street adjoining the proposed chamber of commerce building. W. J. Teidt, who owns the lot occupied by the Orvis music store, is planning such a building, and will start the con struction of the same provided a suitable tenant can be found for the second floor. Mr. Teidt is anxious to erect the building, but desires to be assured that it will rent as soon as it is com pleted . Sale of Corporate Stock. Ore Finder Copper Mining company Hamilton, Montana, Aug. 12, 1909. Notice is hereby given that there is delinquent upon the following des cribed stock in the above named cor poration, on account of an assessment levied on the 12th day of July, 1909, the several amounts set opposite the names of the respective shareholders below, as follows: O. Anderson, 937L shares, $1.88. Geo. Stufifell, 15,622 shares, $31 25, And in accordance with law and an order of the board of directors, made on July 12, 1909, so many shares of each parcel of such stock as may be necesssry will be sold at the office of the secretary, K. C. Carpenter, on north Secqnd street, Hamilton, Mon tana, on the 3d day of September, 1909, at 2 o'clock p. m., ot such dty to pay delinquent assessments thereon, to gether with the cost of advertising and expenses of sale. R. C. CARPEN TER, 44-2t. Secretary, Hamilton, Mont. .» ^ For Sat*» Will sell mv residence and four lots in \ ictor cheaper than than the property can be duplicated Good lawn, trees, stone cellar, etc. House has seven rooms. 46 tf DR. P. S. RENNICK. TRUDEAU-MCMAHON. A marriage that came as a surprise to their friends was that of A. F. Trudeau and Miss Catherine Mc Mahon at Missoula Monday. The ceremony was performed in the pres ence of a few intimate friends, and nothing was known of it until the couple returned to Hamilton the fol lowing day. Mr Trudeau is a popular employe of the Hamilton hotel and has lived in Hamilton for about three years. His friends include all his acquaintances, and they showered him with congratu lations upon his return with his bride. Mr. and Mrs. Trudeau have taken up their residence in the Ladd flats. 0. V. BEAN NEW COUNCILMAN. At a special meeting of the city council held last week, D. V. Bean was selected to fill out the unexpired term of W. D. Wilson as alderman from the first ward, Mr. Wilson hav ing left the city. Mr. Bean will take his seat at the next meeting of the council, Sept. 6. LABOR DAY. Next Monday all the business houses in Hamilton will close in observance ot Labor day. Many people will go to Missoula, where a large celebration has been arranged. Others are plan ning on picnics, trips to Sleeping Child and Medicine Springs and other pleasure resorts. MILES-SPRAGUE. Albert M. Miles of Hamilton and Miss Blanche Sprague of Missoula were united in marriage Friday even ing at the Presbyterian manse by Rev. J. C. Irwin. Mr. Miles is pro prietor of the Racket store on Second street. At the Coliseum. Dance at the Coliseum Labor Day evening, Sept.6. Having secured a lease of F. L. Burns, the management in tends to give a social dance every Sat urday evening from 8:30 to 12. Thishall will be known as the Coliseum iu the future. NIXON & LEIBEL, 45-2t Managers.