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AROUND THE TOWN.
X. K. Stout, court stenographer, re turned home from Teton county, Monday night. The annual ranchers' dance will be held in the opera house this (Friday) evening. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. King have occupied the residence formerly occupied by W. J. Brennen. Mrs. John Weightman and family will go to Belton, where she will open the new hotel for the summer. John Lang left Monday night for Shel by Junction where he will get a car load of sheep and have them brought to his east side ranch. Full line of fireworks, flags, etc., for the Fourth at Mrs. Campbell's. J. A. Ford returned Tuesday night from a trip to the east side of the Bockies, where he has been looking after cattle interests. M. E. Fletcher is building a steam launch 8x40 feet and will run it on the Flathead river and lake this, summer as a pleasure boat. The Kalispell fire department will hold their annual ball on the night of the 4th of July in the opera house and a large time is expected. The Misses Talbott of Columbia Falls will soon leave for Europe and will visit the Paris exposition while away. They expect to be absent until next winter. W. A. Conrad left Tuesday night for Spokane and will return the latter part of the week with his niece, Kate Conrad, who has been attending school in Spo kane. The best is none too good. "Hazel wood" ice cream. J. H. Edwards and Col. Moore were passengers on the ill fated train that went into the ditch Monday morning near the Summit, but neither were in jured. Mr. F. H. Greenman accompanied a party of five gentlemen to the fine timber belt along the Kootenai river. All re turned and filed on claims in the local land office. J. A. Peterson leaves in a few days for Skaguay, Alaska, on a short visit of in spection. He does not know yet whether he will remain there or accept a position in Seattle. Although a large number of people at tended the picnic Sunday in the woods east of town, many availed themselves of the opportunity to visit the resort at Foy's lake. Our famous "Hazelwood" ice cream, for sale by the dish or in any quantity by our local agent, Mrs. A. B. Camp bell. Hazelwood Dairy Co., Spokane, Wash. Mr. A. E. Taber, of Leavenworth, Washington, has accepted the position of master mechanic in Kalispell of the Great Northern Railway and moved his family here. L. Tinkel will leave in a few days for Chicago, where he goes to make arrange ments with an electrical engineer for machinery, etc., for his new power plant on the Big Fork. All the furniture and fixtures for the men's dpb rooms have arrived and will be placed in position and the club's rooms will be open to its members next Mon day, it is thought. John McIntosh and wife will leave Kalispell in the early part of July for the Paris exposition and other points of interest in Europe. They expect to be absent several months. There seems to be a lull in the county fair association. It is to be hoped that those having charge of the organization will push it so that we will have a good county fair this year. Dr. T. G. McNiece, a recent graduate of McGill medical college in Montreal, has come to Kalispell and has accepted a partnership with Dr. McDonald, for the practice of his profession. Closing out a lot of ladies' fine shoes at $1.50 per pair, former price $2.50, at Eagle Shoe Store. The fire department responded prompt ly to two fires Monday but their services were not needed and the fires were ex tinguished before their arrival. No damage of any extent was done. A letter has been received announcing that the Jacksonville, 111,, people who have spent the past two summers at Lake McDonald will be there this year with an increased number in their party. Mr. John Rogers, brother of J. P. Rogers, was in Kalispell for a few days this week looking after business inter ests. Mr. Rogers is at present agent for the Great Northern at Willistown, N. D. W. J. Brennen, superintendent of the Flathead forest reserve, left Tuesday night for the ceded strip, where he goes to look after business connected with his office. He expects to be absent about two weeks. Mr. Charles Whitfield, who has been road master for the Great Northern for several years past, has resigned his posi tion here and will leave in a few days for Tennessee, where he will take a position with C. Shields. When people say that farming does not pay in this beautiful valley they do not know what they are talking about. As a result of thrift and good business judgment Mr. C. A. Hamann and wife, who own farms just north of Kalispell, will leave in the early part of July for the Paris exposition. Judge D. F. Smith returned Wednes day morning from Choteau, where he had been holding court. The regular summer term of the district court for Flathead county will convene at the courthouse next Monday. There will be an excursion on the river and lake next Sunday. The Kalispell orchestra will furnish music and all wishing to go can have dancing on the old Kauspell boat, which will be taken along for dancing only. See Mrs. Campbell for prices on our ice cream for parties, etc. Hazelwood Dairy Co. A hospital building is to be erected at the Soldiers Home at Columbia Falls, the contract for its construction having been let by the board of managers to Fred Whiteside. This will be a much needed improvement at that institution. The following marriage licenses have been taken out this week: Joseph T. Hutchinson and Miss Cora A. Laeuger of Columbia Falls; Daniel E. Cloud and Helga Hanson, Kalispell; William P. McComas and Annie M. Hertel, Kalis pell. A rancher of the lower east side of the valley arrived in Kalispell Tuesday with a large wagon load of strawberries. These were home grown and in another week the stores will be loaded with the choicest berries grown in the state and at prices that all can reach. There is u new drink in town. It is Celery Gin Tonic and it "hits the spot." On Tuesday evening the first lawn so cial of the season wus held at the resi dence of Mr. and Mrs. Goshorn by the Presbyterian church ladies. Ice cream, cake and strawberries were served. The Kalispell band was in attendance and a very enjoyable time had by all who at tended. The county commissioners wont to Columbia Falls Saturday night to look over the bridge across the Flathead at that point. They report that the bridge is all right but that considerable work will have to be done upon the approaches immediately as they are in very bad con dition. C. F. Lighthall and F. W. Merigold spent the latter part of last. week at Whitefish lake and report fishing the finest to be had. Whitefish has always been good fishing grounds, but those going there now should take their own boats as all that were there have been removed. Use stucco for plastering. It makes a wall hard us a rock. For sale by O'Neil Lumber Co. Rev. H. E. Clowes will leave the early part of next week for Battle Creek, Michigan, where he will enter a sanatar ium hoping to regain his health. His many friends in Kalispell and the valley hope to see him fully recovered upon his return which will not be for two or three months. A fire alarm started the fire laddies and a large crowd of spectators toward the west side of town about ten o'clock Monday morning. The blaze was in the house of Mr. S. Harshman and was ex tinguished before the department got there and before any material damage was done. On Wednesday 1400 cattle, making one train loud, passed through Kalispell on their way east. They will be put off the train in eastern Montana. This is only a small consignment that the rail roud has contracted to haul east this summer. In all they have contracts for over 700 carloads. If you want a good shoe—one to lit good, wear good and look good, buy the Hunan & Son shoes. Eagle Shoe Store sole agents. The dog catcher is going the rounds these days and catching all worthless dogs that the owners refuse to pay 11 cense on. Many of them can be killed without loss to the owners and to the satisfaction of the citizens, who have to clear the walks occasionally for dog fights and dog fighters. A very enjoyable surprise party was the result of the 38th birthday of James Broderick. About 1C of his gentlemen friends called upon him ut his home Monday eveuing and cards and music were indulged in until a lute hour, when refreshments were served by Mrs. Brod erick and all departed wishing him many happy returns of the day. EditorTlendrieks of the Montanian, Libby's leading newspaper, was a visitor at the county seat, Monday. Mr. Hen dricks states that there was a very inter esting contest at the primary election in Libby, Saturday. Mr. Hendricks will soon make some important additions to his newspaper plant and promises to make the Montanian a better newspaper than ever. From talks with various fruit growers the Bee has learned that the crop of fruit, both large and small, in this valley will this year be the largest ever known. All the small fruits are getting ripe now and it will be only a few days before cherries will be in the market. Berries of all kinds should be very cheap this year owing to the quantity that will come to market. The census enumerator for Kalispell is meeting with good success and it is hoped it will continue. Kalispell wants to let the outside public know that we have a larger population here than is generally thought, and if all our citizens will help the work by readily answering his questions the work will be done well. In one or two cases people have refused to answer a few questions for purely foolish reasons only. An aggregation of females are travel ing over the country playing baseball with different local nines and they will appear here on the 24th of this month to play the Kalispell boys. They are called the Boston Bloomer Baseball Girte. Mr. Lewis Switzer and wife have re turned from Boulder where Mr. Switzer has been for several weeks taking med ical treatment for inflammatory rheuma tism. He looks much improved and his many friends hope he has fully recovered, , J. J. McArthur met with a bicycle accident the other evening which re sulted in the fracture of his left arm, which he now carries in a sling. Mr. McArthur's numerous friends hope that he will soon be able to use the injured limb again. Miss McDermott, who has been one of Kalispell's best teachers for the past year left Monday night for Livingston, Montana, where she takes a position in the county high school. Her many friends in Kalispell wish for her the suc cess she merits. To close out we will offer for sale a lot of children's shoes at less than cost for the next 20 days. Come early while they last. Eagle Shoe Store. The condition of the various grains throughout the county has improved greatly the past two weeks and in many localities grain will be very heavy wheth er they have any more rain or not. The yield from present outlook will be the heaviest per acre ever known ib the history of the valley. At the rate timber land is being filed upon it will be readily seen that in an other year not much will be left for those contemplating availing themselves of that privelege. The good timber belts are being rapidly appropriated. Settlers get some of it, speculators more and the state and the railway companies get the most of it. Committees for having a celebration in Kalispell on the 4th day of July have had several meetings, but nothing more than to arrange for horse racing has been done. This city should have a rousing celebration this year in other ways than horse racing, and it is to be hoped that the business men will soon get together to muke arrangements. The time is now ripe. You can't beat the Little Giant school shoes for solid wear. Try lem. Eagle Shoe Store, sole agents .or Flathead county. That Kalispell is having as healthy a growth as any city in the state is shown by the great number of new residences going up and the number already built this year. Over 50 have been constructed and at present there are 23 in course of construction. Besides the dwellings being built, good substantial business buildings are being erected and more will be built this summer and fall. W. J. Brennen, supervisor of Flathead forest reserve, has received word that all rangers will be put on in the various districts and that they will not again be laid off as the appropriation is now suf ficient to maintain them permanently. All rangers will have more work to per form than they had last year, and besides looking after and preserving the forests in their districts they will be required to keep all trails open. Up-to-data line of ladies' fine slippers; 3-bar strap, 3-strap and cross-strap of neatest cuts just received at Eagle Shoe Store. In the near future Kalispell and Flat head county can boast of a paper pulp mill. For the past two weeks expert timber men and experts in pulp timber have been looking over the supply in this valley and have about arrived at the conclusion that there is abundant ma terial here with which to supply a large plant'with a good force of men. Should this be started it will be a great thing for this valley, as the timber that will be utilized will be such that has never had a market before. The east bound passenger train went into the ditch Monday morning about four o'clock at the summit of the Rockies. Two cars rolled down the embankment and the dining car weut off the track but did not turn over. Twelve people were more or less injured, but not ser iously. The Great Northern immediate ly sent a physician to the scene of the accident and all jiossible help and atten tion was given all who were in need. The accident was caused by ç broken rail. The passengers speak in the high est terms of Conductor Graham, who, they say, after getting out of the wrecked cars immediately started the work of relief of the passengers still in the curs and soon had all out and all lights extin guished so that none of the cars caught fire. On June 1st W. H. Douglass got the Hartford bicycle and Mark Hirams the watch that was given away by H. S. Cannon, clothier. Hollcuitrlaer Makl. On Wednesday evening at the home of the bride's parents Mr. Arthur Hollen steiner and Miss Jennie Stahl were united in marriage in the presence of many intimate and personal friends. Both young people are well and favor ably known. Mr. Hollensteiner has been in business in Kalispell for the past seven years and is one of the staunch business men of the town. Miss Stahl is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Stahl and is one of Kalispell's best young ladies. The Bee extends to the happy couple congratulations and best wishes for a long and happy married life. PERSONAL MENTION. George Phillips was a visitor in Black foot Sunday. G. H. Grubb was in Teton county last week attending coqrt. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Lewis are in town today from Columbia Falls. A. W. Merrifield spent several days this week in Kalispell on business. Miss Susie Wilson is visiting this week with Mrs. R. D. Gould at Foy lake. Miss Lou Hunt returned Sunday from visit with Mrs. Ashley on the east side. C. E. Conrad and son Charles will return home about the 20 th of this month. Mrs. W. J. Brennen and family will move to their ranch ut the head of the lake this week. Mr. and Mrs. Elliott, Miss St. Onge Tom Hand and Charles Dickey were visitors at the Ashley ranch on the east side Sunday. W. J. Egan of Swan river was a visitor in town Tuesday and favored the Bee with a pleasant call. Mr. J. C. Sullivan of Sheldon, one of the wheel horses of the democracy in that section of the county, was in town the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Pärchen and daughter, Adele, were visitors in Kalis pell yesterday from Helena. County Attorney Gray left Wednes day night for Helena, Mont., on a busi ness trip of al>out one week's duration. O. E. Webb and John Anderson were in from Dayton creek this week. They report crops in that section to be in ex cellent condition. Miss Clair McGregor, a recent grdu aate of Magill College, is visiting her sister, Mrs. George Phillips and expects to remain about two weeks. Dr. A. D. MacDonald went to Helena Wednesday night and will be absent several days, leaving his business in the hunds of his partner, Dr. McNiece. Misses Pomeroy, Ferguson, McDer mutt, Abel and Mrs J. L. Me Intire were visitors last week and Sunday at the Boze fruit ranch upon the west shores of Flathead lake. To be lip with tile news of the <lny, rent! THE BEE. I Perhaps WV V V vwn J* J* You do not know that wc have the Largest and Best Selected Stock of JEWELRY in Flathead County. If not, this is just a reminder. Our Repair Department is complete in every detail. All work guaranteed. Our Optical Department is in charge of a graduate optician. c Philip Jacoby, Cor. Main and First Sts. Kalispell, Mont. ^MID-SUMMER"CLEARANCE SALE $ - 4 » Remarkable Values in Stylish, Pretty Goods As the seis.Ji advances wo find we have bought too heavy in Sum lier Wash Fibre Underwear. Mens' and hoy's Straw Hats, etc. etc. TVs oar plan to carry over to tue next us possible of such goods and we shall make this season no exception, hence this sale. is, Crashes, Light sc is in just as little Ladies' Oxford Tics, $2.50, this sale Ladies' Oxford Ties, $ 2 . 00 , this sale former price $2 00 former price $1 50 Ladies' Oxford Ties, former priee 81.75, this side $1 50 Ladies' Oxford Ties, former price $1.50, this sale $1 25 Childrens' and Misses' Low Shoes reduced accordingly. Come in today, tomorrow, any time. No doubt you will find just what you want. We shall always be glad to show goods. 10 doz. Mens' and hoy's Crash and Straw Hats, former price 3J.',40c. 50e, your choice 25c 10doz. Mens' LightShirls negligee) former price 75c, this sale 50c 5 doz. Crash Skirts, regular 81.25, 81.40, 81.50, values, tiiis sale $1 00 Any Shirt Waist in our stock 50c 500 yds. light pretty figured Lawns former price 8 1 ^, this sale 5 ® 500 yds. light Lawns. Diinitiesnnd Ginghams former price )2 , :i c, this sale lôc 200 yds. light pretty figured I'. Iv. regular 12 l £c, 15c, 20c, Ibis sale 10c 200 yds. Silk Ginghams, regular 50c, this sale 40c 200 yds. white F. K., regular 30c, 35c, 40c, this sale 20c l 4 doz. jx;s. Crash for Skirts 16 2-3c E. M. LYONS & CO. 4» W. H. Griffin, Representing the following FMOTIMtOIH Fire Aaaociation of Philadelphia Tran» Atlantic, Norwich Union, Providence, Springfield, Western, Scottish Union. Hartford, Main Street, • North British, Boynl Excuange, Britisli American, Nortn Uerman, Milwaukee Mechanics, American, Palatine. Kaliapell, Montana. ARE YOU READY FOR WARM WEATHER? Not until you have seen the WARM WEATHER BARGAINS At the K. M. store * THE LATEST in Wash Fabrics Organdies Ginghams Dimities ~ Persian Lawns Percales Great Values in SHIRTWAISTS Look at our MUSLIN UNDERWEAR Famous Line of PARASOLS iu white, fancy ami black. Large Assortment of LINEN SKIRTS for summer wear. * * kV A* § * s * JAMES CONLON, kau " 3t . § FRUIT JARS Prices are Low this Year. Pints Quarts Hu df ( iallon G. H. ADAMS, Ooc 75C $1.05 KALISPELL, Mont. ^€€€€ « €€ €€<€ € € €€ € €€€€€ 6 # >! .»îï. >t* >!'. .*?«. »(>. »!». >}» »!» »!» >}» >?» >!» .»k »!». >!' «1» >!< >!» >!» j)< >!» yt< »• ; BAXTE R BISHOP KALISPELL, MONTANA £ Î BOOKS, STATIONERY, ETC. * V v; VJw VJV VJy* >}* VJif VJ* «Jiî vjtt 1» VJV DONT MONKEY s. with a jaxir laundry, if you want lirst class work done, or you will get the worst of it in faded colors and rotted fabrics. Wc use no chcmiculsand nothing but t lie best of soaps and washing materials' lienee yourlinen lasts longer, looks better, keeps fresh longer and gives more general satisfaction when done by ovr perfect methods. AMERICAN STEAM LAUNDRY, Telephone 31. KALISPELL, MONT. £ No. 4686. " î i rmsT lUTioiui \ 5 BANK OF KALISPELL, MONT., a Cn«*ii«*rul Hanking llnMliieaa. directors: ^ I D. R. PEELER, PRES. • • FRED LANGERMAN, VICE PRES I R. E. WEBSTER, CASHIER. 1 . C- H. FOOT. ATT'V AT LAW. B ; G. H. ADAMS, MERCHANT. £ I J. L. M'INTIRE, MERCHANT. 2 i F. J. LEBERT, LUMBER DEALER. V » H. S. CANNON, MERCHANT. 9 ; CHAS. LINDLAHR, MERCHANT. J I LIB<JS<JB<IBB <iB<iB <BB <JB For up-to-date Job Work from new type and fast presses, telephone 14, Bee Publishing Co. K. I. C. To be better than any Flour sold in Flathead County; and C H E 8 E When call for second grade buying Better than any Co Kalispell NDUSTRIAL The Swell Byke 1 For Semico Brown Kibo Calf Boot SEE THAT THIS TRADty'~',MARK IS BRANDED ON EVERY SHOE. J HIGH ARCHED EAGLE SHOE STORE SOLE AGENTS Kalispell, Montana.