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The Rancher TalKs Who Owns a Deering Ideal Mower: "It is so extremely light in draft that its cutting power is unsurpassed THERE ARE REASONS It* i (instruction is mechanically correct. The wheel: e high and powerful and are connected by a heavj steel nxle. The frame is staunch and wide and straddles the cut grass so the wheels travel in clean tracks The main axle and grar shaft are provided with the famous Deering nlii r-bearing, minimizing- friction at these im portant T oints. The gears are r-ghtly placed on the axle and the in wer has admirable balance, thus prevent: i g side draft. It can be started without backing, and the foot I f is so properly designed that a. < ov can operate it. B.-iter examine those p -infs of th-' Beering Ideal Mower. It means dollars to you. 4 1-2 foot cut, $55.00 5 foot cut. $57.50 HOW EVERY PART OF THE HAY CROP CAN BE GATHERED IN THE BEST MANNER AND IN THE SHORTEST i IME: Use a Deering Ideal Self-Dump Hay Rake It is designed especially for e'ean raking, for strength and durability. The rake head is made of high caibou angle steel and is connect ed tr no hound by malleable hang r- V truss rod is used on the large! sizes to strengthen the head and prevent sagging. The wheels are high so that the rake is well adapted to bunching heavy wind rows. The frame is constructed of t'- nu:l steel strongly rivet • :Ui. end nf bolted. This domin ates i y i ossi bility of the rake get ting < ''f < * repair at critical times due t. o< s-- bolts. o J /Of . with 30 teeth, $33.50 io fi oi, with 35 teeth, $35.00 Everything for the Ranch Hamilton, Montana BS I A Great Oppor= tunity for the man of moderate means is the handsome new style cottages that we are offering at such induce ments to buyers and investors. We can suit all tastes in houses, homes and cottages, and give you easy terms and bargain prices. We can suit all purses, from the most plethoric to the slimmest, and aid them in .•>• curing a home or invest ment. D. T. GOFF Second-Main Phone 50 X CHICAGO Wonderful because it produces a luxurious, soft, white light, excelled only by sunlight. Burns ordinary kero sene or coal oil, the cheapest of all illuminating fuels. Boms Lest Gil than Any Other Lamp of Equal Candle Power Aladdin Lamps are most durable in construction—easi est to take care of—simplest in operation. The light is brighter and easier on the eyes tnan gas or electricity. Occullsts declare the Aladdin Gives The Beit Artificial Lieht Known. Users declare it is not only the best light, but the best Lamp known, iheri» •« Ni» F mini ' lhe Aladdin Is superior by test and best c is no E,quul. by comparison. It appeals to those -who want superlative excellence for its own sake -appeals to those who consider economy a first essential. Odorleu. nouclcu, aimpla, lafe nnd clean —The Ideal lamp tor the multitude. Don't be bamboozled by an Imitation. There Is only we Aladdin, Insist on having it. The name is on every burner. Investigation is the keynote of progression. Let os show you Aladdin THE MANTLE LAMP COMPANY OF AMERICA POHICAND. Uft. Vr'ATbKBUKY. Coon. WlNNSTBä, Can. U'lNTm.. FOR SALE BY X f HONE 81 Y T H E F AI R MAIN ST. x 1 f CITIZENS' 1 iFfe-UÄLt STATE BANK 1 SK/J/ tyV't//* I DELIAS YOU - - 1 mdlßAAW ,JL TO KELP 1 COOL HAMILTON, MONTANA A c**" •* «MO j >- Humble - - President J? \ * *V___v Cooper - - Vlce-Pres. R. L. Peck - - - Cashier CREATE OR CRUMBLE. Every man should create a foundation for success before old age crumbles his earning powers. A small savings account started today, NOW, will start you on the road to independence. The farther you travel on this road the less you will wish to turn aside .. ANNOUNCEM ENT .. The offices of the Hamil ton Light and Water Co. are on north Third street in the Smith building. WANTS. A Matron's silver medal contest will be given at the M. E. church south June 14 under the auspices of the W. C. T. U. Admission 25c for adults, 15c for children. Don't forget the date, Tuesday evening, June 14. 33 2t For sale—Three work teams and 2 saddle ponies. R. W. Fisher, 1000 acre ranch, Victor. 32-tf Ice cream at Higinan's bakery. South Second street. 32 4t Money to loan at reasonable rates and on convenient terms. D. T. Goff. Yes if you buy your furniture at Wagner's, vou are sure the quality and prices are right, Main St., Hamp ton. 30 tf For Sale —6 acre tract, one half in bearing orchard; plenty of water, house, barn and outbuildings, two miles from Hamilton postoffice. For terms call on or address S. A. Hatfield, Hamilton 31tf Ouality considered our prices are as low as the lowest. Come and see for yourself. Wagner's furniture store, Main St., Hamilton. 30-tf Celerv Plants for Sale—Thorough bred selected seed. J. J. Southwick, Montana hotel, Hamilton. 30tf For estimates in carpentering and contracting call on W. E. Black, Darby. Mont. 30 Gt We carry a full line of wall paper, ready mixed paints, alabastine, glass and mouldings. Peterson Bros., Hamilton, Mont. 29-tf Dave Sellars, architect and builder. Office with Irwin & Beck,Hamilton 28tf 1 Before buying furniture, come and get the price at Wagner's, Grill Block Main St., Hamilton. 30-tf Rember you get your money's worth when you buy furniture at Wagner's, Main St., Hamilton. 30-tf j For sale—Second-hand woven wire hog fencing; practically new. Apply at The Western News office. 28tf Independent Telephone stock for sale. Inquire at The Western News office. 28tf R. Gwinn, M. D.—practice limited to eye, ear, nose and throat, glasses fitted —First National Bank Bldg., Missoula, Mont. 21-tf If it is furniture you are thinking of you will make no mistake in going to Wagner's, Main St., Hamilton. Phone 84 y. 30-tf Dairy Feed—Substitute for bran; $25.00 per ton; Hamilton Flour Mill Co. 10 -tf For a good smoke try the Green Seal cigar. 29-tf Dairy Feed Substitute for bran; $25.00 per ton. Hamilton Flour Mill Co- 10 -tf Plenty of money to loan at reason able rates. D. T. Goff. 32tf Dissolution of Partnership. Notice is hereby given that the copartnership heretofore existing between D. T. Goff and Arthur Sperry has been dissolved by mutual consent, Mr. Sperry retiring. Mr. Goff will continue the business, assuming the liabilities and collecting all bills. D. T. Goff, A. D. Spbrry. Hamilton, Mont., May 1 , 1910, 30-4t MANY PUPILS PASS THE Names of Pupils Passing Ra vaili County Examina tions Made Public. County Superintendent of Schools has given out the result of the eighth grace examinations held here and at Victor and Stevensville. There were 103 eighth grade pupils who took the examination for admis sion into the high school. Of this number 62 were successful. In the seventh grade examination there were 125 pupils of the county who took the geography test, 95 of this number being successful, while in the physi ology examination 32 took the test, 25 getting passing grades. The eighth grade pupils who passed the tests and are now eligible to the high school are as follows. Hamilton—Inman Crutchfield, Ger aldine O'Hara, Rose Biddiscombe, Clark Gray, Mary Francis O'Hara, Mary Chilcott. Herbert Hobby, Fay Jones, George Tobin, Effie Kirby, An na Kligle, George Murray, Lillie Kleinoeder, John Southwick, Ethel Hall, Ernest Bates, Edna Vogt, Mary Sutherland, John McConnell, Leona Wyant, Ortiiand Blood, Eva Hope, Alice Mitchell. Victor—Edith Jones, Maude Babbitt, Leah Patty, Maynard Cole, Mary Rowe. Ralph Powell, Lawrence Wat ters, Ray Kramer, Everett Babbitt, Olga Sandstrom, Maud McVeigh, Mayme Dowd, Irene Rowe, Leona Capehart, Nettie Mittower, J >e Hack ett, Miriam Waiters, Grace Duffield, Ruth Fowler, Violet Powell, Anna Foley. Stevensville—Ester Samuels, Virgie Milliken, Bessie Caples, Roy Metcalf, John Dow.ing; Eva Hooper, Gertrude Lee, Mary Cherry, Emmett Cherry, Mabel Smith, Mary McLaren, Paul Whitmore, Paul Simpson. Darby—Thomas Eggleston; Wayne Overturf. Florence—Josephine Stout, Grace Beach. Corvallis—Floyd Herron. Grantsdale—Ethel Forrest. Packers T..ke Notice. Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received for packing cement and supplies, amounting to, approximately, 50,000 pounds, more or less, to the Canyon Creek Irrigation district reservoir sites. Bids received until 6 p. m. June 9, 1910. Board re serves the right to rejec' any or all bids. For further particulars call on or address W. J. Griggs, Secretary Canyon Creek Irrigation District, Hamilton, Mont. 33 2t Call for Bids, Reservoir Dams. Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received for the construe tion and completion of three (3) reser voir dams, at the head of Canyon creek ten miles west of Hamilton. Bids will be received until 6 p. m. Thursday, June 9, 1910 Plans anil specifications may be seen at the office of The West ern News, Hamilton, Montana. The board reserves the right to reject any atul all bids. W. J. Gkiggs, Secretary Canyon Creek Irrigation District. 31-3t $1,000 Down. Balance at your own time, buys a choice fruit farm on Bitter Root river. One and one-half miles from Darby on railroad. 110 acres well irrigated land with old water right. 1000 bear ing trees. Only $50 an acre. Address the owner. M. Ray, Darby, Mont. 32 3t Notice to Contractors and Builders. The Bricklayers, Masons, and Plast erers I. U. claim jurisdiction over all concrete work in and pertaining to building. A. J. McGuirk, Pkks, W. B. McLaughlin, Skc. No. 13, I. W. 34 tf Wagging the Tall. At first sight there would appear to be little connection between flattery and the wagging of a dog's tail, yet in nearly all the northern language the same word signifies both, and flattery is certainly derived from the word sig nifying to wag the tall, In the old Norman flagra signifies to flatter and also to wag the tail. In Danish logre Is to wag the tail, and loger for een is to fawn on one. In Dutch vleydeu is to flatter nnd cleydsteerten is to wag the tail. In the old German wedeln is to wag the tail, and In English whee dle is to gain one's end in flattery. A Plateau In Papua. The most singular plateau In the world is in the island of Papua. The plateau Is 0,000 feet above the sea, nnd there are summits towering 5,000 feet higher, but owi.*g to the proximi ty of the equator the great plain Is covered with luxuriant vegetation. The climate is a perpetual May, birds sing in every bush, and the only ani mals are a few marsupials, such as ground kangaroos and opossums. Yet this lovely region is almost deserted. The Papuans live in the sweltering coast jungles and only occasionally stray to the uplands. The Revonoc A Distinctive Advance over machines. Waddell & Grover New Plant and Modern Methods Make Bell Service at Hamilton More Valuable Than Ever Ask the Manager about Ratos and Join the Ever growing List of Bell Users. Every Bell I elephone Is the Center of the System Our Prompt Deliveries please the housewife. She doesn't have to fret and worry about whether ''that meat will be here in time" if she orders it from this market. She'll be pleased with the meat too. So will her husband, her children, her guests whom she has invited to dinner. Suppose you give us a trial order today. You'll be as glad as we that you did so. City Meat Market S. A. WHEELER, Prop. THEY CANT Nobody can give you better quality. Nobody can fix your watch better or as quickly as I can. BARRON SOUTH SECOND t » •CITY DRAY KLEINOEDER & HOBBS All work entrusted to our care wil be speedily and satisfactorily done Prices reasonable. Phone 5 f Concrete Block Machine. For sale— Second-hand Miracle con crete block machine. In good con dition. Price very reasonable. Jos. Iten, Hamilton and Darby. 32 tf •4 See the F E E E Sewing Machine, the best on earth, for cash or on time. Orvis Music House Hamilton, Montana Winther's Studio * High Grade Por traiture * Also Commercial Work and Views Kodak finishing promptly and carefully attended to 2nd St. Family Theater Bldg. Hamilton Mont. Ravalli County Capital $ 50 , 000 . 00 . OFFICERS W, W. McCrackin, President, Geo. McGrath, Vice-President. M. A. White, Cashier, Geo. K. Dick, Assistant Cashier. (leneral Banking Business Transactad INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS HAMILTON, MONTANA. GOOD tfvavmoM pwu iw wiiHUMuvmMrauMnau^ jycjylftrket THE ! ; t* t " 1 r* qr f) bF\ \ _ \ Fish, Game and all kinds of MEATS in season CENTRAL MEAT MARKET PERCY H.EDWARDS, Prop. When You [wish to* hire 'a team or FEED YOUR HORSE Or want a nice conveyance, Call on ns and we ean fix yon ont Stable in rear of Hotel Hamilton NELSPETERSON Hamilton, Montana. J. T. POWERS PRACTICAL PLUMBER Steam and Hot Water HEATING Corner Main & Fourth Streets Hamilton, Mont.