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Anaconda News
ANACONDA OFFICE 104*4 COMMER
CIAL AVENUE.
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County Officers Are Now Very
Busy Men.
THE R0A0 SUPERVISORS
From all Parts of the County Are in to
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Tell What They Have Done
During the Past Year.
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Anaconda has as guests today tne roaci
supervisors of Deer Lodge county, who
have come in to make their settlement j
with the county commissioners, who are
in session today. Among them are G
H. Kessinger, who comes from Washing
ton gulch, and James M. Boles of Sun- j
set who reside the greatest distance
set, «no îesiue b
who reside the greatest distance
away, and who have also the two largest
road districts in the county as to dis
tances. The commissioners will take up
the reports of the road supervisors some
time today or tomorrow. This morning
Sheriff Conley's report is being audited
and the report of other county officers
will be taken up as fast as the first re
ports are disposed of. This is the time
financial statements of all the county
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officers must be rendered at the end of
the fiscal year, which terminates on
November 30. That date was a legal
holiday, therefore, the next day's busi
ness which fell on December 1, will be
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For Sale at 209 Main St.
Eyes Examined Free by L. F. Verberck
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5 4 p. m.; and 7 to 8:30 p. m. 5
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Down They Go
25 Per Cent Off
On all of our very large and complete
line of tried and recommended high
grade Standard Kodaks and Cameras.
The Gem, $5.00, 4x5 instrument, for.$ 3 75
The Cyclone, $8.00, 3(4x4'4 instru
ment. for ......................... 6 00
The Cyclone, $10.00. 4x5 instrument,
for ............................... 7 50
Pony Premo, $8.00, 4x5 instrument,
for ................................ 6 00
The Wizzard. $10.00, 4x5 instrument,
for ................................ 7 50
Adlake Repeater, $10.00, 4x5 instru
ment, l'or .......................... 7 50
Adlake Repeater, $6.50, 3'/4x414 in
strument, for..................... 4 S 5
Adlake Regular, $12.00, 4x5 instru
ment, for .......................... 9 00
Cycle Poco, $16.00, 4x5 instrument,
for ................................ 12 00
Cycle Poco No. 3, $20.00, 5x7 instru
ment, for ......................... 15 00
Tele-Photo Cycle Poco, $35.00, 5x7
instrument, for .................. 26 25
Get one of these high-grade instru
ments at these reduced prices and get
your tickets on the Thoroughbred Shet
land Pony and Cart, worth $275.00, at the
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if' H. B. Greenwood. &
Standard DrugCo
Wholesale and Retail Dealers.
2i2 E. Park Ave., Anaconda
Daly.Donahoe & Greenwood >
Bankers, Anaconda, Mont. $
General banking In all branches, u.
Sell exchange on New York, Chi
cago, St. Paul, Omaha, San Fran
cisco, etc., and draw direct on the
principal cities of England, li t land, :
France, Germany and the Orient.
Deposits of $1 and upward received, -ß
Correspondents ; f :
National Park bank, New York; : i;
Union National bank, Chicago:
First National bank, St. Par'll; 4 ;
t Omaha National bank, Onrilia:
Bank of California. San Francisco ß
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JL- V. Bennett. Cashier; F. C. Norbeck
if Assistant Cashier
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included in the November reports, and
has made the officers one day late in
making out their reports. A full botrd,
consisting of A. M. Walker, chairman;
James M. Geary and T. C. Davidson, with
M. Martin, clerk, are present. They
have a busy session before them, which
! will last all week.
Mantello Photos $1.75 per doz. Im
perial Studio, corner Park and Hick
ory. *
A MEAL TICKET.
A man whose name is unknown is
mourning the loss of a meal ticket and
another man whose name is also un
known is eating three meals each day
this week at the expense of "Unknwn
No. 1." It came about in this way dur
ing the rush of persons at a certain ball
at A. O. H. hall, not long ago: the first
man gave t. to the door keeper by mis
take and it was accepted unnoticed. The
man who entered danced one and having
occasion to put his hand in his pocket
found his ball ticket but his meal ticket
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was gone. This was easily accounted |P.
j for because he only had two tickets in ;
his pocket when he left home, therefore | of
the meal ticket was the one he must 1
have given the doorkeeper. He at once j
appeared at the door and stated ais case. ]
iThe doorkeeper smiled at the same time i
searched the pack he held in his hand
j'and said: "Well my friend we were not :
prov j,j e( j w i th return checks or return j
tickets for those who wish to go out so j
j we tore a small corner off each ticket'
received at the door and used them in- !
j I overheard hi mtelling a friends 'This ]
ball is a good one. they are giving away ;
meal tickets to their patrons.' Now if
stead - T ' ess thaa T tw0 m i nutes a i P
man went out and I gave him a retui n ,
ieheck. As he was going down the stairs :
I overheard hi mtelling a friends 'This ;
ball is a good one, they are giving away
meal tickets to their patrons. .'f |
yon gave me your meal ticked by mistake
I have also given it away and the man
is gone." He never came back.
Bring your coupons t o t H e I m p e rial
Studio, cornel- Park and Hickory. V' e
will allow you fifty cents for it.
AT THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
A recital of extraordinary merit will
be given at the Presbyterian church to
morrow evening by Miss Jennie Morgan
Miss Christina Jaedicke, assisted by
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several others, among them the mem
bers of Anaconda's best male quartette,
composed of Messrs. Thomas. Davis,
Pickle and Martz. The following pro
gramme will be rendered:
Quartette—"Forsaken" (Kosehat) ....
..Messrs. Thomas, Davis, Pickle, Martz
Reading—"That Old Sweetheart of
Mine" (Riley) ..........Miss Jaedicke
Violin Solo—"Chanson Polonaise"
(Wieniawski) ............Miss Morgan
Gymnastic Drill—Flood, Burg. Duffy,
Sc-hroeder, King, Trial, Scott, Ste
vens, Shurik. Winston.
Vocal Solo—"Fog Bell" (Henry Pontet)
..............................Mr. Davis
Reading—"The Murderer" (Edgar A.
Poe) ....................Miss Jaedicke
Violin Solo—"Concerto" (Accolay) ....
...........................Miss Morgan
Pictures by Children—Blair, Martin,
Ramsey, Fleming, Duffy, Clay, Ste
vens, Flood.
Reading—"Romance of the Tele
phone" (Phelps) ..........Miss aedicke
Violin Solo—"Brindisi," valse (Alard)
............................Miss Morgan
Quartette—"Annie Laurie," arranged
by Dudley Buck.
$1.50and the coupon you hold, entiles
you to one doz. best cabinet photos. Im
perial Studio, corner Park and Hick
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EPIDEMIC OF MUMPS.
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An epidemic of mumps has struck the
Copper city and promises to continue
until it has run its course. It is not
confined to the children because several
adults are confined to their homes wiih
the disease in one form or another.
Among the patients are salesmen and
salesladies, mechanics, business men.
professional men and scores of laborers
i who have taken the disease and are in
I capaeiated from following their voca
tion until cured. As yet no serious cases ,
have been reported but several adults i
are very ill and will be detained at home
! a great deal longer man they expected.
A great many children are also down
with the disease, but not as manw cases
j are reported among the children as;
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very large number among the
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children it would be noticed at once in
the attendance at the schools which is
not spoken of as being lessened to any
great extent still there are absentees
from all of the school buildings on ac
count of the discetse which is one of the
ills of humanity.
school
on all sides in Anaconda since the pre
sentation of that splendid play, "Human
Hearts," at the Margaret theater on Sat
urday evening. In every act there was
a lesson which showed the goodness or
else the badness of a human heart, but
the latter was portrayed in such a man
ner and so true to life in many instances
that scandal was avoided on account of
the good and bad being portrayed in the
same act. The scene in the first act was
a realistic one of a country home which
was wrecked by the villain in tiie play,
who by his treachery sent Tom Mason
to the penitentiary for the murder of
his father, a crime whic-h he (the villain)
committed. Retribution came at last.
Tom Mason was liberated and pursued
the iliain to New oYrk, where he was
i captured at the scene of the killing of
f h | H ' vife - which was alBf > "> p Lands
& tLe same man who had taken the life
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Many comments in favor of genuine
drama and melodrama have been heard
Carte De Vista photos. $1.25 per do .
Imperial Studio, corner Park and Hick
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A MERITORIOUS PRODUCTION.
of the elder Mason.
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j The residents of South Locust and
i Wert Fourth street were treated to the
sight of an exciting dunaway on Sun
day morning. A team belonging to
Barnhill's dairy became frightened and
ran away scattering the milk cans along
the way. At the corner of Locust and
Fourth street the wagon was upset and
all the cans which were not throuwn ;
nt before were upset and contents emp- j
lied. The team continued westward
toward Yankee Flats and were caught
som-where in the country. Later in the
day another dairy wagon was seen driven
through town with remnants of the
wagon which figured in the mixup.
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dio, corner Park and Hickory. •
LOCAL BRIEFS
J. H. Wein visited Butte today.
Miss Anna O'Brien is spending a few
days in Butte this week.
Minuet photos, <oc per doz. Imperial
btudio, corner J ai k and Hickory. j
Dr. F. Jattan and David Kaufman
were business visitors in Butte today. * I
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n °' a ' if.r, d 1 ^ e " a °f P en^ ln ifn«t f pnrk i
( ash Bazaar, at -05 East Pai k J (
The remov
Anaconda
avenue, will take place December 1. *
A daughter was born yesterday to the
w ife of Dr. R. P. Sims of Spokane at 212
West Park avenue.
Anaconda Cash Bazar has removed to
205 East Park avenue. Holiday opening
Tuesday. *
Joel Anderson, the lOlmonths'-old son
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Anderson, resid
ing at Til East Fifth street, died this
morning from stomach troubles.
Judge Welling Napton will be absent 1
from Anaconda until next Saturday he
having gone to Granite county, where he
will open a short term of the district
court. ,
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the three-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. :
|P. e. Sullivan, residing at 512 East Fifth ;
street, died on Saturday from the effects'
of vaccination. The funeral was held
to-day.
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Judge W. W. Dixon and son W
Anaconda, were Sunday guests at
Montana,
The December pay days of the Ana
conda Copper Mining company are as
follows: Thursday, Dec. 7, foundry de
partment. electric light department. Mon
day, Dec. 11, upper works, converters,
refinery, brick department. Tuesday,
W.
P ixon - J' - -; of Batte - J V d £ e Th-'O. Ibant
ley of Helena; Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Wil
son of Butte; Miss Ida O'Bannon of
Anaconda, were Su
Montana,
Captain and airs.
asan tly surprised
the members
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handsome engTave d silver tea set
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Captain and Mrs. Phil Greenan were
sed on Saturday even-|
of the Daughters of
Erin who called in a body and presented
them with a token of esteem with a
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captain and his wife were but recently
married and this was the cause of the
honor bestowed upon them on this spec
ific occasion.
According to the County Treasurer
Twohy's report for the fiscal year end
ing Dec. 1st, the total amount of taxes
for Deer Lodge county is $200,000,500 of
which $194.465 has been collected, leav
ing a balnce of $7,035 delinquent. The
latter sum will be reduced fully one-half
before the delinquent tax notices are
printed. *
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DEWEY CAPTURED.
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Over one hundred Butte brave boys
and girls gathered at the Bon Ton Con
fection and Cigar store Thanksgiving
eve, 405 South Main street, to witness
the drawing of the beautiful picture of
I Admiral Dewey, a mandolin and a pair ;
I of K. K. skates. George Murphy captur
jed Dewey with ticket No. 1553; Willie
i Young captured the mandolin with ticket
No 3603 and the skates are waiting for
the lady holding ticket No. 3757. *
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j TREASURY DEPARTMENT. OFFICE
' Supervising Architect, Washington, D. C.
I Nov. 21. 1899.—Sealed proposals will be .
received at this office until 2 o'clock p. m.
on the 19th day of January, 1900, and then
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IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE :
Second Judicial District of the State of
Montana, County of Silver Bow. ,
In the matter of the estate of Kate
Toomey, deceased. Notice for publica
tior. of time appointed for proving will
etc.
Pursuant to an order of said district 1
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! 1899, notice is hereby given that Saturday,
I the 9th day of December, 1899, at 2 o'clock
! p. m., of said, day, at the court room of
said court, at the City of Butte in the said
County of Silver Bow, has been appoint
ed as the time and place for proving thp
will of said Kate Toomey deceased, and
for hearing the application of Annie T.
Ga'-'-ity for the issuance to her of letters
testamentary when and where any per
son interested may appear and contest
the same.
Dated November 2Sth, 1899.
CLINTON C. CLARK,
Clerk.
By JAMES F. WILKINS.
Deputy Clerk.
NOTICI
Notice is hereby given that the Board
of County Commissioners of Silver Bow
County invites sealed proposals for the
of
of
of
care, support and maintenance of the
sick, poor and infirm of said county, per
capita, by the week, for the year begin
ning January 1, 1900, and ending Decern
ber 31, 1900; said proposals to include the
entire cost of feeding, clothing and nuis
ing of the sick, poor and infirm, and the
burial expenses; the county to furnish
free, the county poor farm and buildings,
beds, bedding, etc., also medicines, med-
ical and surgical appliances and a physi-
cian; the contractor to furnish fuel, good
and substantial food and clothing.
j Proposals to be addressed to J E
Moran, Clerk of the Board, and filed with
said clerk not later than Wednesday,
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December 27. 1899, at 10 o'clock a. m. The
board reserves the right to reject any
and all bids.
J. E. MORAN,
County Clerk.
NOTICE TO UNDERTAKERS.
The Board of County Commissioners
of Silver Bow County, hereby Invites
sealed proposals for the interment at
the County Cemetery, located at the
County Piior Farm, of the bodies of ail
persons who may die within said county
during the year beginning January J,
1900, and ending December 31. 1900, the
expense of whose burial must be borne
by said County. Proposals to include
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! from any part of the County to the
I County Cemetery, digging of graves, fur
; nishing of coffins, underwear or burial
1 robes when necessary, dressing of bodies
j and the placing of an oil-painted head
board upon each grave, that the remains
may be identified, and the keeping of a
' register of the same.
i Bids must be addressed to J. E. Moran,
Cierk of said Board, and filed with the
County Clerk not later than Wednesday,
December 27, 1899, at 10 o'clock a. in.
The Board reserves tho right to reject
any and all bids.
J. E. MORAN.
County Clerk.
CASTOR IA
For Infanta and. Children.
Hie Kind You Have Always Bough'
Bears the
Signature of
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Edward E. Wright and Miss Lizzie-
Spreing. two popular young people ol 0
Livingston were joined in the holy bonds ! s
°f matrimony at the Methodist church
Wednesday, Rev. L. H. Mleble perform
ing the ceremony. The church was
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very Pettily aad tastily decorated with)
( ut flowers and potted plants. Over the ;
(altar was an arch of ferns and suspended
from the center was a large wedding
pell. Shortly after 8 o'clock the organ
ist sounded the first notes of the Lohen
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com,paiii I'd "by" m* ss Katy^Spreitfg' ami
Miss' Florence Ebert as maids of honor
and proceeded by Mildred Reeves as
flower git-1, came down the right aisle
while the groom attended by Frank B
Reeves of Anaconda and Alva Patton,
advanced from the left. After the cere
"1°."*' a reception was held at the home
® f , J - Reeves where an elegant
f^?^.'\ as ®f*; ved and J he hndal couple !
Presented with many beatiful presents. :
Mft and Mrs. Wright will shortly com-j
mense housekeping in the Morrison resi- j
dence on C street.
The social event of the week was the 1
dance given by the Brotherhood of Rail- j
(he rear f th stage oast its rayg t
thp building while cnlm-e
tprns snsnended from the »aller
road Trainmen, at the Hefferlin opera
house Thursday evening. From the
time the grand march, led by Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Murphy, ended until early in
the morning the crowd that occupied ail
the available space, even to standing
room, enjoyed itself in a manner that
spoke volumes for the committees having
charge of the affair. The decorations
were very pretty. A headlight at
through
ed lan
terns, suspended from the gallery, ren
dered a very pleasing effect. Exetlleat
music wns furnished by Brooks' full or
chestra.
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A very pleasant surprise party was
given at the home of Dr. and Mrs. W. H.
Campbell, at their home last evening. ,
The event was given in honor of Dr. I
Campbell and A. M. Maxeimer, who is |
visiting in this city for a few days.
Progressive euchre was the diversion of
the evening, the ladies prize beng award
ed to Mrs. D. A. McCaw and the gentle
men's prize to Mr. Wakefield. At the
conclusion of the games a delicious lunch
was served. About 35 invited guests
were present and enjoyed a very pleas
ant evening.
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Horn informally en
tertained a number of their friends at
their home Thursday evening. Pro
gressive euchre was the amusement, the
ladies prize was won by Miss Cham
bers and the gentlemen's prize by Mr.
'McCaw. Those present were: Dr. and
Mr f -ton ,' T .? Ir ' and
and Mrs. \ Has. Mr. and Mrs. Masters,
Misses Chambers and Belcher and Mr.
Hiclynan.
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Sigmond Deutsch who was at one time
a prominent man in this county died at
'be county poor farm this afternoon.
Deutsch was counyt clerk of Park coun
ty from 1889 to 1893 and held other prom
inent positions but after several years of
debauchery he became a physical wreck
nad ' vas compelled to become a county
charge. _____
Johnnie McCleary who has been eon
fined in the county jail for the past two
months awaiting trial at the next term
of the district court on a charge of rape
escaped about 7 o'clock this morning and
, is still at large. McCleary was employ
ed around the jail as a trusty and took
'be opportunity to escape when he went
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outside to throw out some ashes.
The Bozeman college eleven and the
Livingston high school team played a
very interesting game of football on the
home grounds this afternoon. The Liv
ingston boys were again defeated by a
score of 17 to 0.
John J.
gineer
Martin. Northern Pacific en- |
the Park branch, and Mrs. (
Mary A. Stoel, both well known in this
city, were married at Billings. Wednes
day, and departed for St. Paul on a wed
ding tour,
The ranch house of I.. R. Sadler in the
upper Yellowstone was destroyed by fire
Sunday night, everything being a total
loss, partially insured.
I Thanksgiving was observed in this
j city by the closing of banks, public offi
ces, Northern Pacific shops and busi
: ness houses.
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daughter departed Sunday morning for
a two months' trip to the Pacific coast.
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Mining Application No. 4.157.
United States Land Office, Helena,
Montana, November 10, 1893.
Notice is hereby given that Conrad
Kohrs, whose postoffice address is Deer J
Lodge, Montana, has this day filed an '
application for patent, notice cf which I
was posted tlmreon on the 16th day of
October, 1X99. for 1.181 linear feet, the
same being for iPS feet westerly and 953
feel In easterly di-ectlon from the point
of discovery on tbs Illinois No. 2 Lode
Mining Claim, situated in Summit Vai
ley (unorg.) Mining District. Silver Bow
County, Montana, the position, course
and extent, of the said mining claim, des
ignated by an official survey thereof, as
Sur. No. 5898. T. 3 N„ R. 8 W., being
j more particularly set forth as follows,
j to-wit: Beginning at the southeast cor
J ner, a porphyry stone 22 x 10 x 6 inches, set
, 18 indies deep, marked 1-5698 for Corner
! No. 1, with mound of earth alongside,
' from which the *4 section corner on the
; south boundary cf Section 1, T. 3 N.,
R. 8 W. bears south 54 degrees 24 minute*
east K05.5 feet and running thence north
8 degrees east 189.5 feel; thence north 84
, degrees 38 minutes west'l.lSl feet; thence
; south 8 degrees west 93 fees; thence south
79 degrees 55 minutes east 1,181 feet to
Corner No. 1, the place of beginning,
containing an area of 3.83 acres, fiom
which an area of 0.37 acres in conflict
with Sur. No. 1109 is excluded and not
claimed by applicant. Net area claimed,
3.46 acres, which is In conflict with Suri
No. 1022, and 0.04 acres of which is in
conflict with Sur. No. 1520.
The location of this mine Is recorded
in the office of the Recorder of Silver
Bow county, on page 306 in Book "R" of
lode locations.
The adjoining claims on the north Sur.
No. 1019. the Sliver Lick Lode. Lot. No.
£39, Frank Shovlin et al, applicants; on
the Bouth Sur. No. 1019, the Tiger Lily
Lode, Lot No. 242. David Burt, applicant,
and on the west Snr. No. 2478. the Kerry
Lode, Lot No. 656. Michael Carroll, appli
cant
GEORGE D. GREENE.
Register.
M. I BAKER.
United State« Plnim Agent.
First publication Nav. 11. 1»,99
Head He Warn Colne
opened, for the construction, (except heat
ing apparatus, eievatoil and electric wire
(conduits), of the U. 9. Public building
at Helena, Mintana, in accordance wi*h
the drawings and specification, which will
be furnished at the discretion of the su
L-r vising architect on Application a? th
0 .® ce or office cf thé custodian of the
s ^ e Helena, Montana. James Knox
Taylor, supervising architect.
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STATE OF MONTANA, SILVER BOW
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County, ss.:
We, the undersigned, kssof George. An
ton George and John A. Paît )7 do 'hereby
publish and certify that we are co-part
ners, engaged in business as a nartrer.
shiD under the firm mime
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ship^ u.idt^r the firm name and style of
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f° hn n'| Pa fl Ul Company, the same having
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Dusmesa 'fButte City, Silver Bow county,
B : ate or , on a,ia ' an< 4 a ' - v °- A®1 East
Merc ury street in said city, and that we
are aU residents of Bütte City in said
county and state, and living at the place j
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BUTTE
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No. 12—Anaconda to St.
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No. 11—St Paul to Ana
conda, dally............
No. 34—Mixed, to White
bail, daily, except Sun
day; to Twin Bridges
Tuesday/! hursuay and
Saturday ; to Pony and
Nt rris, Monday, Wed
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A rrive
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11:40 a rn
Uepa rt
9:10 a m
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6:15 pm 8:00 am
WEST.
No 13—To Portland and
all coast points daiiy...--— 10:30 am
No. 14—From Portland
and all coast points
daily ................(0:45 p m
Standard Pullman. First-Class and
Tourist Sleeping Cars to Portland, St.
Paul. Omaha, St. Joseph and St. Louis
without change.
W. H. MERIUMAN. G. A.. Butte.
Mont.
CHAS. S. FEE, G. P. & T. A., St Paul,
Minn.
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THE REED
Cab and Transfer Co.|
Give the Quickest
and Best Service.
Office—3 East Broadway.!
Telephone 33.
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Short Line
New Double Train Service
To mill From tlio tknst nml West via Salt
l.nke and Denver.
WORLD'S 1'ICTOIHAI, AND SCKNIC
KOHLS.
NOS NO 1C
4:4,5 p m......I.KAVI! IÜUTK ......3;45 a m
For the east and west. Trains made
j up at Butte, hence always on time.
1 7:00 a m. HUIT H ' « I i .. CM« p m
; Arrive Ogden, Utah, connecting with
i the Union Pacific, Denver & Rio
j Grande, and Southern Pacific .
7il5 a ill . SECOND DAY OUT .. 6:03 p in
Arrive Denver, Colorado. Queen City
of the west.
4:43 P m• SECOND DAY OCT.. ..G:30 am
Arrive Omaha, Nebraska.
7 : 4 f, rm. Ti ll 1» I"AY CUT..... f :4fi p tn
Arrive Chicago, only one change of
cars from Butte (at Ogden.)
8:45 p in.. 8KCONI) DAY OUT . 0i45 a m
Arrive at San Francisco, Cal.
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' Patsengers leaving Butte at 3:4o a. rn.
' may occupy sleeping cars at depot after
® P- and arriv ' n S at Butteat 1:55 a. m.
may remain in sleeper until • :30 a. m.
| For tickets, sleeping car reservations
1 and further particular«, call on or ad
! dress No. 19 East Broadway, Butte. Mont.
H- O. WILSON. General Agent.
Trains arrive at Butie from the east
NO. 0, 13:45 p
D. E. BURLEY. G. p. & T. Agent.
Salt Lake, Utah.
The Best Friend the
Northwest
Ever Had.
The Road That Made the North
west Famous.
DEPART FROM BUTTE.
Local train for Helena and Great
Palls............ ;..........9:45 a. m.
Through train east and west.. ..8:30 p. m.
ARRIVE.
Local train from Helena • and
Great Falls......... .........4:30 p. m.
Trough train from Helena, east
and west...................10:30 p. m.
herein designated and set opposite our
names to this certificate.
ASSOF GEORGE,
his
ANTON X GEORGE,
mark
JOHN A. PAUL.
All residents and doing business at 401
East Mercury street, Butte City, Mon
tana.
On this 20th day cf November, 1899, be
fore me, L. G. Whitehead, a notary pub
lic In and for the county of Sliver Bow,
state of Montana, personally appeared
Assof George, Anton George and John
A- Faul, known to me to be the persons
whose names are subscribed to the within
and duly acknowledged to me
----- —-xeeuted the same.
In witness whereof I have hereunto
instrument ana duly at
'hat they executed the
-..... ...... ............. , nave Hereunto
affixed my hand and notarial seal the day
and year first above written.
L. G. WHITEHE1D
Notary Public in and for the Coiintj of
Silver Bow, State of Montana,
Time Tables
Butte, Anaconda & Pac.fic
I-OCAL TIME TABLE.
Trains leave B., A. & P. depot, Butte,
as follows: 10 a. m., 1:05 p. m., 4:45 p. m.,
10:40 p. m.
1 rains leave Union passenger station,
Anaconda, as follows:. 8:40 a. m., 11:55
a. m„ 3 p. m.. 7:20 p. n .
GREAT NORTHERN train leaves Ana
conda:
8.40 a. m. Great Falls and Helena local,
via Butte.
1.20 p. in. Through (rain for all points
east and west.
NORTHERN PACIFIC train leaves
Anaconda:
10:40 a. in. Pacific Erpress for Portland
and all points west.
7:o5 p. m. Through' train for all point 3
east and west.
OREGON SHORT LINE train leaves
Anaconda :
3:00 p. in., fo
south.
Tickets for sale for all points, local ana
through, on the Great Northern railway,
Oregon Short Une railroad and North
ern Pacific railway, and their connec
tions.
Steamship tickets for sale to all points
in Europe via the above lines.
all points east, west and
The Eartn is Shrinking!
Proof: It used to take four days
and four nights to make the trip
from Helena or Butte to St. Louis.
Nowadays it takes two days and
three nights—if you go via the Bur
lington.
That isn'l the only advantage.
You don't change cars if you take
the Burlington. Through standard
sleepers for Omaha and St. Louis
leave Anaconda and Butte daily.
Tourist cars twice-çi-week, Seat
tle, Tacoma. Spokane and Helena,
to Knsas City. Two thousand
miles without a single change of
cars.
Write—We'll gladly post you
about the time you'll save if you
go east over the "good line."
PHIL DANIELS, Agent,
35 East Broadway, Butte, Mont.
H. B. SKGUR, Gen. Agent.
Billings, Mont.
Atchison, Topeka & San La Fe
(Santa Fe Routa)
East via Ogden or Denver to Kansas
City, Chicago and St. Louis, making
close connections in union depots with
trunk lines to all points east and south.
I Also the direct lino to Galveston, Texas,
City of Mexico and all noints in New
Mexico, Arizona and California,
i For particulars call on R. G. W. R. R.
! or O. S. L. agents, Butte, or address
C. F. WARREN,
Gcneal Agent, Salt Lake.
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Best Dining Car Service.
ELEGANT EQUIPMENT.
Chair Cars Free.
TWO FAST TRAINS DAILY
To Kansas City, St. Louis
And all points East and South. Free
reclining chair cars to holders of regular
tickets. For maps, folders and informa
tion regarding tickets, berths, etc., call
on or write H. C. TOWNSEND,
G. P. ft T. A„ St. Louis, Mo.
H. B. KOSSETt, G. F. & P. A., Suit Lake.
2. J. FLYNN, T. P. A.

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