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MID-SEASON SACRIFICE S AI F.
We offer all this week our entire line of Ladies' New Fall Tailored Suits at very special
prices. Ladies' Tailored Suits, late models, either Palmo or Redfern makes
$14.00, $15.00, $16.50 and $17.50 values at
$18.50, $20.00 and $22.50
values
$12.85
$ 16.75
$26.50, $27.50 and $30.00
values
$ 24.90
New Fall Street
Skirts
Just a little newer than any you
have seen. Here is just what you
want in Broadcloths, Serges, Bara
thea, Panama and Novelty Cloths
LINOLEUM REMNANTS
CHEAP
Cook's Enameled Embossed Linoleum
65c, 75c and 85c grades
1 Piece 3 square yards for $1.25
1 Piece 4 square yards for $2.00
1 Piece 10 2-3 square yards for $7.20
1 Piece 2 square yards for .90
1 Piece 2 2-3 square yards for $1.35
1 Piece 6 1-3 square yards for $3.25
1 Piece 3 4-5 square yards for $2.00
1 Piece 9 2-3 square yards for $4.90
1 Piece 8 1-4 square yards for $3.95
1 Piece 6 square yards for $2.95
BRIGHTON NIGHT ROBES
Are now here. You know them. This season's prices
$1.00 up to $3.00
$32.50, $35.00 and $37.50
values
$ 29.65
$40.00, $42.00 and $45.00
values
$ 37.50
Ladies' Street and
Dress Hats .
at Sacrifice Sale pnces.
25 new Dress Hats worth from
$5.50 to $8.50, choice $3.95
Balance of stock one-fourth off
GAGE MERCANTILE CO
THE CITY IN BRIEF
Pat McGraw was up from Eight Mile
yesterday.
P. H. Edwards returned last even
ing from a business trip to Philips
burg.
Mrs. Robert Myers and daughter,
Miss Lenore, drove over from Cor
vallis Saturday.
A marriage license was issued Sat
urday to Herbert Woolsey and Georgia
L. Hayden both of Stevensville.
Harry Clark, who was violently ill
Friday with an attack of gastritis, is
now recovering rapidly.
The farmers are busy putting up
their third crops of alfalfa and sec
ond crops of clover hay.
Judge Borquin of Butte, assisted by
local republican spellbinders, will
speak at the Lucas opera house tomor
row (Wednesday) evening.
The best thing of the year—Dr.
Crowl's lecture at opera house next
Sunday morning. Season ticket
holders can have seats reserved Sat
urday.
There were 23 members received
into the Presbyterian church Sunday
morning. Both the Sunday school and
congregation taxed the capacity of
the audience room.
Kleinoder & Hobbs have moved their
stock of second hand goods into the
Doran building, recently vacated by
the dry goods department of the Gage
Mercantile company.
"Have you seen Kelly?" Not today,
that is the Kelly who stole a couple of
bicycles. He was rounded up by City
Marshal Bishop and given 25 days in
the county bastile this morning.
A decree of foreclosure and order
of sale was issued Saturday by Judge
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Myers in the case of the Citizens' State
bank versus the Corvallis Creamery,
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company. The judgment is for $2,391.61
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costs and attorney fees.
H. R. Clark and Charles Carlstrom
returned Friday from Sanders county,
where they inspected the Vermillion
company's group of claims, in which
they are interesterd. They report a
fine showing.
The down-town office of the West
ern Union telegraph company has
been established in the new Coulter
building. Manager Gregory expects
to have things running smoothly in
his new office this w r eek.
John Andree is making good prog-!
ress to recovery. Mrs. Andree, w ho
bore up so bravely at the time of the
accident and since, went to Missoula
yesterday to be with her husband
when a further examination was made
to ascertain the full extent of his in
juries.
Miss Mary Bell is in receipt of a
latter from her nephew, Wm. Wyant
dated at Lewistown, Idaho. Mr. Wy
ant and family made the trip by wag
on, going by way of the Big Hole bas
in and Salmon and Boise. "Billy"
writes that he has found no place like
the Bitter Root thus far.
Mrs. W. D. Wilson arrived last
week from Valier and has resumed the
management of the Wilson lodging
house, which she is having renovated
and refurnished. Mr. Wilson remains
at Valier, where he is holding down a
homestead under the big Carey land
project that is nearing completion.
James Piquette's Newport pool hall,
in the new O'Brien block, was opened
Friday night with a fine musical con
cert, rendered by Professor Carriere's
orchestra. Fully 650 people, including
120 ladies, were present. Every lady
was presented with a box of candy and
several handsome souvenirs were giv
en away.
The attorneys who defended the
moving picture show proprietors in
their fight for Sunday opening yester
day morning received a copy of the
mandate of the supreme court, order
log the district court to reverse its
judgment and to dismiss the action ^
brought against the picture people.—
Missoulian. j
M. L. Dean, state horticulturist, has |
some fine specimens of chestnuts of
the edible variety picked from a young
tree which was planted as an experi
ment in Mrs. E. L. Bonner's yard
several years ago. The tree has
produced abundantly this season, and
in addition proves to be remarkably
adapted for shade purposes.—Missou
j ban.
THIRD SET OF TRIPLETS.
Cleveland, Ohio, Oct. 23.—Too late
for census, but earnestly doing her
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1 share in Cleveland s remarkable
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growth, Mrs. William G. Clarke, a
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Lakeside avenue matron, Friday be
1 came the mother of her third set of
triplets she is also the mother of four
J pa j rs of twins and herself is the only
sister of 20 brothers
j Tw0 paira of twlnB and one set of
triplets were born during Mrs. Clark's
first marriage and the remainder of
her 17 children came in groups during
: her second marriage.
1
Ragles' Ball Wednesday, November 2.
Ravalli county aerie No. 1693, Fra
ternal order of Eagles, will give its
second annual ball on Wednesday
j evening, November 2, in Burns' hall. j
Hamilton. Kennedy & Carrière will !
furnish the music. Tickets on sale !
at Piquett's billiard hall and Burns'
jewelry store. 643t
ORGANIZATION OF FARMERS'
CLUBS IS NOW URGED
The Country Life Commission of
Montana consisting of J. H. Durston,
editor of the Anaconda Standard; F.
S. Cooley, superintendent of farmers'
institutes; M. L. Dean, state horticul
turist; Mrs. C. E. Conrad of Kalispell,
and Mrs. Mitchell of rGeat Falls, have
been considering plans for the better
ment of rural conditions in the state,
and among the proposed measures is
the organization of rural interests in
farmers' clubs.
In many states the grange has
proved a very effective, profitable and
pleasant farmers' organization, and a
great factor in rural advancement.
Farmers' clubs would be helpful in
every farm community in Montana.
By their means farmers and their
families could get together at stated
times during the slack season, enjoy
social intercourse, discuss plans and
methods for the coming seasons' work,
receive information from the outside,
read papers, or enjoy a program of
music or fun, partake of refreshments
together, and brighten and enlarge the
life of every member of the eommun
tty
Wh y not start a farmers' club in
your neighborhood this fall? Even
a half dozen families would find it a
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! Libby, Oct. 23.—The largest fish
! caught this season was brought in
yesterday by W. Williams. The fish
was a sturgeon and measured five
profitable venture and the more the
merrier. The farmers' institute will
be glad to assist in getting any com
munity organized. When the insti
tute meets in your town, ask about it.
APPROXIMATE ESTIMATE
OF FOREST FIRE LOSSES
Missoula, Oct. 21.—The forestry ser
vice has had a' force of men at work
since the fire swept over this section
of Montana and Idaho attempting to
estimate the loss that was caused by
the conflagration. While the exact
loss caused by the flames will never
be estimated, still a very compre
hensive idea of the damage can be
gained. The following figures have
been compiled under the direction of
the different forest supervisors, and
are reasonably correct:
Acres burned over, 1 226,505; tim
ber killed in district 6,131,880 feet;
cost of temporary labor and supplies,
$620,244.28; cost of regular employes,
$67,054.84; lives lost, 79.
A LINCOLN COUNTY FISH STORY.
BLISS
says—
The most desirable
thing in the world is
Health. It insures
happiness, content
ment and prosperity.
Health is secured by all who use
Bliss Native Herbs, the herbal rem
edy for blood, liver and kidneys.
It banishes Rheumatism—over
comes Constipation—expels Ma
laria — matters Dyspepsia— makes
rich, red blood. It is a tonic—a
health-builder.
More than eight million boxes
have given health to the world. A
box contains 200 tablets for $1.00
aad a money-back Guarantee.
Ask the BU 33 agent about Bliss
Native Herbs. Learn of those who
have used the remedy in your
neighborhood. Buy a box today
and be healthy. None genuine
unless my portrait is on the box.
The authorized Bliss agent is
For Sale by
MRS. M. HINCHCLIFF, HAMILTON,
MONTANA.
and a half feet in length. Mr. Wil
liams made his catch at Kootenai falls,
about 12 miles below town. F. H.
Kiser, official photographer for the
Great Northern railway, was in town
at the time with his special car and
took a picture of the fish to add to the
collection of Kootenai valley views
which he is securing.
The falls of the Kootenai near here
represent the head of navigation for
the sturgeon—for the big fish do not
seem to be able to get above this place.
SHOWER FOR MISS HOWLEY.
Mrs. D. R. Jones was the hostess of
a novelty shower on last Thursday
afternoon given in honor of Miss
Ella Howley, who is to be a bride this
coming week. Many useful and beau
tiful gifts were received. Lunch was
served at 5 o'clock. Those present
were Mesdames Flaherty, Parmenter,
Barnhardt, Robertson, Hork, Mc
Laughlin, Crandall, Sisler, Milburn,
Orvis, Peterson, Granke; Misses How
ley, May Howley Jones.
MODERN BROTHERHOOD OF
AMERICA—Prudence lodge, No. 1474,
meets at Odd Fellows' hall every sec
and and fourth Saturday evenings of
each month at 8 p. m.
MARY SARGENT, Pres.
C. B. Towier, Secretary.
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Wc have them in many different
styles and prices. Let ns show
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Waddell & Grover
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
STRAYED—A red and white bull,
branded NP on right hip. Five dol
lars reward for return of same to S.
A. Wheeler. 64tf
FURNITURE and lease of rooming
Louse for sale; 22 rooms; Third I
street, next to Postoffice Hamilton, :
Montana. 643t I
Advertise in The Western News.
Advertise in The Western News.
THIRD GRADE
Apples
Fine cooking and fair eating
apples at 40 cents heaping box:
Bring along your own boxes or
sacks.
D. L. Woodruff
(Old Sears Ranch.)

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