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'Phone 7 Hamilton, Mont.
Help! Help! Help!
Help to make the city beautiful,
Help to make the city clean;
Don't be a constant fretter,
Ailci some beauty to the scene.
You may not, indeed, be able
To erect a gleaming dome,
But clean up around your stable,
Beautify your home.
Help to make your town attractive;
Help to stop the ones who sneer;
It would you to be active.
Since your interests are here.
Would your backyard stand inspection?
What about your vacant lot?
Rubbish helps to spread infection.
Neatness brings cheerful thought.
Help to make the city fairer.
You can do do it if vou trv;
And you'll be a profit sharer
In the city splendid by and by.
Don't forget while you're grumbling.
That you might do something more,
Let there be no future tumbling
O'er obstructions at your door.
Help to make the town more splendid,
Do the part you have to do;
There is much that may be mended
Through a little aid from you.
Help decrease the dirt that's blowing,
Help to purify the breeze.
When it happens to be dusty—
Clean your sidewalks, if you please.
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• umiltun - Montana
GOVERNOR FOLK TALKS
OF NEEDS OF DEMOCRACY
St. Louis, June 2.—Missouri demo
crats of all factions, at a dinner here
tonight, heard former Gov. Joseph W.
Folk announce the principles on
which, it is said, he will seek the
presidental nomination in 1912. The
dinner was in charge of men who
have been promoting the boom of the
"The doctrine of equal righlsshould
be made a living, vital and controlling
force in the government," said Mr.
Folk after he had listened to demo
crats from all parts of the state tell
guests that the former governor is the
man they should indorse for the presi
''The democratic party should insist
upon the stamping out of graft and
corruption from every department of
government; the eradication of all
special favors, including bounties,
subsidies and a tariff for any purpose
other than revenue.
''We need the honest, sincere en
forcement of laws we already have
and the regulation of rates of public
utility corporations upon a reasonable
basis that justice may be done the
people and a fair return for the
amount actually invested be afforded."
Other principles advanced by the
speaker were the rights of the states
to self government, the restriction of
American territory to the western
hemisphere and a necessary corallary
of the Monroe doctrine, the extension
of America trade by removing the re
striction upon commerce, a just in
come tax, the election of United
States senators by direct vote and un
relenting opposition to the domina
tion in public affairs of special in
On the subject of issues before the
people, the former governor said;
"The great issue before the people
of this country, is shall there be a
government by privilege tor a class,
or government by the people for all.
There is a question within parties as
well as between parties. The republi
can party is dominated by special in
terests and operates wiih them upon a
profit charge basis.
"We should not be oblivious to the
fact however, that, we have Aldrichs
and Cannons in our own party and it
is the duty of democrats to lessen
their influence as much as possible.
We cannot prevent some of them be
ing in tne party, but we should keep
them from running the party.
"A crisis has been reached in the
affairs of the nation. Pick up a news
paper any day and you will find ac
counts of thievery and graft. What
does it mean? Is corruption becom
ing a national disease? Is there some
h't g in our system of government
hat encourages men to violate the
commandment, 'Thou shalt not steal?'
"The republican party stands irrevo
cably for the privilege of a protective
tariff. The democratic party iftrue to
itself and its teachings must stand
squarely against this privilege."
A BIT OF ADVICE.
First Don't Delay. Second—Don't
If you suffer from backache; head
ache or dizzy spells; if you rest poorly
and are languid in the morning; if the
kidney secretions are irregular and
unnatural in appearance, do not delay.
The kidneys are calling for help.
Slight symptoms of kidney trouble
are but fore-runners of more serious
complaints. They should be gived at
tention before it is too late.
Doan'sKidneyPills cure kidney trou
ble—they are recommended by thou
sands. Can residents desire more
convincing proof than the statement
of a citizen of this locality, who says
that the cure Doan's Kidney Pills ef
fected years ago has proven perma
James B. Kelso, Doran's Addition,
Hamilton, Mont., savs: "I hold as
high an opinion of Doan's Kidney
Pills today as I did two years ago
when I gave a statement for publica
tion, recommending them. They gave
me great relief from kiduey trouble
and the benefit has been permanent."
For sale by all dealers. Price 5 Oc.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New
York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name—Doan's—and
take no other.
Call for Bids for Erection of School
Sealed bids will be received at the
i ffice of the clerk by the trustees of
School District No. Three, Ravalli
county, Montana, up to and including
the 13th. day of June 1910, for the
erection at Hamilton, Montana, of a
four room brick school building ac
cording to plans and specifications on
file at the office of the clerk. A certi
fied check for one hundred dollars
payable to the order of said trustees
must accompany bid as an evidence of
good faith. Board reserves right to
reject any and all bids. By order of
the board H. C. Packer, Clerk. 34i
M. B., M. D., C. M.,
Graduate of University of Toronto
Office Crutchfield Building, Main St.
'Phone 63k and 2y
Hamilton - . Montana.
DR. F. E. BUCHEN
Physician and Surgeon.
Office Over Ravalli County Bank.
Hamilton - . Montana.
DR. ROBERT L. OWENS
Physician and Surgeon
Office Over Flugstadt's Jewelry Store
DR. C. R. THORNTON
Physician and Surgeon
Corvallis - - - Montana.
J. M. CASSERLY, M. B.; M. D.; C. M.
Graduate University Toronto.
Physician and Surgeon
Office over Ravalli County Bank.
Phone 65 X.»
Hamilton - ■- Montana,
DR. HERBERT L. BUCKNAM
Graduate American School Osteopathy
Offices Family Theatre block phone 96
DR. R. W\ GETTY
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Graduate University of Pennsylvania
class of 1891. Residence S. Eighth
St. Office hours 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to
5 p. m. Office Grill block over Wag
ner's furniture store.
I Residence 115Y.
Telephones -J Qffice 91L>
DR. G. A. GORDON, M. D.
Office Hours 10-11 a. m. 2 4 p, m. 7-8
p. in. Phones: Office No. 93x; Resi
DR. JOHN A. PHILLIPS
Office over Hamilton Book Store.
Hamilton :—: Mont.
DR. J. K. SQUIRES
W. P. BAKER
Probate Business a specialty
Office in Cour* House,
Hamilton - - Montana
EDWARD D. NOONAN
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Johnston Building, Main St.
HARRISON S. LORD, OLNEY J HAWKINS,
Consulting Engineer. Engineer in Charge.
WESTERN MONTANA ENGINEER
U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor
Civil Mining and Irrigation Engineers
Bitter Root Valley Map
Phone 95 L. Hamilton, Mont.
MRS. M. HINCHCLIFF
Practical Midwife and Nurse
Forty Years' Experience.
Residence. North Third Street,
Hamilton - - Montana.
M. F. GUINON
Room 3 : Hotel Hamilton
HAMILTON, - MONT.
ARCHITECT and BUILDER
Office with Irwin & Beck
Phone 80k Hamilton, Mont,
W. S. Munsell Mrs. W. S. Mur.se 11
LICENSED 'phone 55y
Office N 3rd st, one block from Main, res
idence S 4th st. fifth block from Slain.
All work entrusted to my care
will be neatly and promptly
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