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J. D. Kaylor is enjoying a vacation at Flathead lake. Josiah Rogers is in the city today from his home at Columbia Falls. Miss Marjorie Bailey has been quite sick for the past few days with a touch of tonsilltis. C. W. Pomeroy and family left last night for Lake McDonald, where they will spend ten days camping and fish ing. Miss Lenore Brennan, who has been visiting in Spokane for the past month, returned to Kalispell last night. J. M. Stark, who has charge of the survey work on the new road from Jennings to Fernia, arrived in the city last night. Miss Bertha Hacker, who has been visiting relatives here for some time, will return to her home at Atwood, Kansas, tonight. Work has been commenced on the new county high school. The build ing is to be completed if possible by the first of September. Miss Margaret Pauline and Miss Jessie Murray, who have been stop ping at Stoners' place on Flathead lake, have gone to Sand Point, Idaho. A. C. Beaudette left last night on a two weeks trip to Portland, Ore., where he goes for the benefit of his health which has been poorly for some time. Business was rather light in the police court yesterday. Two vags, who were given a chance to get out of town, were the only offenders up before his honor. The dance at the opera house last night was a very pleasant affair. The crowd was Just large enough to make dancing a pleasure and all who at tended spent a delightful evening. A new wagon bridge is being built on Ninth street to cross Spring creek between Fifth and Sixth avenues west. When completed the new bridge will be a great convenience to the people living in that neighbor hood. A number of business men of this city have, formed a company to investi gate the oil prospects in the Kintla lake country. It is the intention to first make a thorough investigation of that country and if good prospects are tound considerable development work will be done. A large party of young people frdm Missoula and vicinity who have been camping at the foot of the lake arrived in Kalispell yesterday after noon. They spent the night here and attended the dance at the opera house. The party is composed of the follow ing: Helen Kennedy, Pearle Schmal hausen, Zoe Bellew, Elsie Reinhard, Caroline Cronkhite, Lee Knowles, El lis Sedman, Bert Autremont, Ardella Harding, L. K. Reinhard, H. O. Stew art, Gertrude Sloane, Dr. Geo. H. Put ney, Mary Sloane, Ona Sloane, Mrs. Tyler B. Thompson, Missoula; Charles Allard, Poison; F. L. Warden, French town; Emily Marshall, Jeanette Ran kin, Missoula. They returned to their camp today. HOTEL ARRIVAL8. The West: Mrs. McNeill, Elcho, B. C.; Helen Kenneth, Perle Schmalhau sen, Zoe Bellew, Elsie Reinhard, Car oline H. Cronkite, Lee Knowles, Ellis Sedman, Bert D. Cutremont, Adella Harding, L. K. Reinhard, H. O. Stew art, Gertrude Sloane, Dr. Geo. H. Put ney, Missoula; Charles Allard, Poison; F. L. Warden, Frenchtown; John O'Brien and wife, J. K. O'Brien, Nan O'Brien, Jim O'Brien, Cotter O'Brien, Willis O'Brien Marne Shortall, Still water, Minn.; Mary Sloane, Ona Sloane, Mrs. Tyler B. Thompson, Missoula; Miss A. W. Reeves, Wick liffe, Ky.; Emily Marshall, Jeanette Rankin, Missoula; J. M. Stark, Jen nings; James J. Dennis, San Francis co; J. E. Deweese, Kansas City; Jo siah Rogers, Columbia Falls; R. D. Salisbury, Chicago; Clara M. Main, Lewistown; Duard Dowty, St. Paul; Hiram E. Fuller, Allen Hathaway, Havre. The Kalispell: F. B. Shooley, Mer rill, Wis.; O. P. Smith, Chester, Mont.; J. Burls, Shelby; W. Mathew son, Duluth; Troy D. Dawson, Colum bus, Ohio; W. A. Matheson, Great Falls. Cremo Cigars, 5c, Bronson A Llghthall. 75 cents value in shirts for 50c at Merigold'B. Doctor Crowder, dentist Room 7, Adams block. Wall Paper—The largest and lines stock of wall paper ever shown In Kalispell at Hall's, 117 Main street a a the by a his for the out up at to to of are and El B. Jo D. at 7, In CROW'S NEST PIPERS FILED Route Definitely Settled for the Northern Branch JUST WHAT POINT At Which the New Line Will Cross the In ternational Border.— Tobacco Route Expected. The definite location of the survey for the Crow's Nest Pass railway from Jennings to the international boundary line has been filed in the land office here. According to the pa pers filed the road from Jennings to the Canadian line will be about SI miles in length and will cross the line at a point in the north half of the north quarter of section six, township 27, north of range 37 west. As soon as a definite survey is made of the route from Tobacco Plains to the main line of the Great Northern in this vicinity a definite location will also be filed. Take a bath often at the Kalispell Laundry and keep cool. Inquire of the American Steam Laundry for special rates on family washing. Any glove you may need_ can be found at Merigold's and the price is reasonable. Pabst—America's leading beer—on draught. Kalispell Liquor and Tobac co company. 27-7-tf TONIGHT THE RUBBER. K. M. and M. M. Boys to Fight it Out On the Diamond. Tonight at the, ball grounds the de ciding game for the supremacy will be played by the ball tossers from the rival mercantile establishments of the K. M. and M. M. stores. Each side has won a game and the third and final game tonight promises to be a most earnestly contested affair. While the rivalry between the two places is keen, it is friendly, and the losing side will come in for a lot of good natured joshing from the win ners. The game will be called as early as possible, as the evenings now are growing shorter. A big crowd is expected to be present to cheer the winners and console the losers. Baths 25 cents — Kalispell Stean Laundry. The Ferris waists for ladies, misses and children at the New York Store. We invite comparison in our line of work and dress gloves. "The Eastern.'' It is always a pleasure with us to please our patrons. American Steam Laundry. 'Phone 31. NEW MACHINE SHOP. A valuable addition to the manu facturing interests of Kalispell is the new machine shop of Pierce and Cocks, 128 Second street, west. It is the intention of the company to do a general repair business as well as wood work of all kinds, such as win dow frames, turning, etc. A general bicycle repair shop is also in connec tion, also light machine and gun re pairing. A modern improved joiner, two saws, one cross cut and one rip, scroll saw and other machinery run by steam, all of the latest pattern, are used in the work. The members of the firm are machinists of many years experience and by courteous treat ment and good work hope to merit a share of the public patronage. It The Missoula Mercantile company have just received a carload of barbed wire and poultry netting. All those that have been waiting for the past three months can now get their orders filled promptly. NOTICE TO CONSUMERS. All water rentals are payable monthly at the water company's office. In all cases where the monthly rental is not paid by the 10th of the follow ing month, the service will be shut off. JAMES A. GORAM, Kalispell, July 24, 1901. Supt We do not fade colors. American 8team Laundry. Ladies buy a summer skirt or shirt waist for the circus at cost at the New York store. We just bought 2 car loads of Gar land and Peninsular stoves and rang es at a low price and have some good bargains to offer. Call and see us. McIntosh Hardware Co. WILL OWN STEAMERS. Northern Pacific Steamship Company Buys Fleet.—Hill Said to be Interested. A correspondent of the Record at Tacoma sends particulars of the sale of the Dodwell Oriental and Alaska fleet to the Northern Pacific Steamship company. Articles of incorporation of the latter company have been filed at Olympia, with capital stock named at $2,000,000. The principal place of business is named as Tacoma. The trustees named in the articles of in corporation are C. S. Mellen, Thos. Cooper, Alexander Stewart, Frank Woolsey and F. M. Fenwick. The offi cers of the railway company decline to give any information in regard to this matter, but it is learned from oth er reliable sources that Dodwell & Co. will continue the management of the steamers as agents of the newly or ganized company. Mr. Mellen is presi dent of the Northern Pacific Railway company. Mr. Cooper is assistant to Mr. Mellen and Mr. Fenwick is Mr. Cooper's secretary. The Alaska steamer, City of Seattle, has already been turned over to the Northern Pacific and the Duke of Fife now in port, will be taken over also. The other Oriental liners will be de livered as fast as they arrive at Ta coma. They are to be transferred as soon as they discharge the oriental cargoes they are bringing across the Pacific. It will require several weeks to complete the transfer. The steamers purchased by the Northern Pacific include the Alaskan steamer City of Seattle, and the Ori ental liners Tacoma, Olympia and Vic toria. It had been stated $1,000,000 was paid for this fleet, but the state ment has not been verified and is not entitled to serious consideration. The charters of the other steamers operat ed by Dodwell & Co. in the Oriental trade, numbering fourteen or fifteen, will be delivered to the new company as the boats arrive at Tacoma. There are rumors of J. J. Hill's connection with the Dodwell deal and it has been intimated that the same company would operate the new steamships Hill is building at New London. Another argument in connection with the Hill story is that there is not enough freight originating along the line of the Great Northern to fill the big Oriental steamships. Private letters from New York and telegraphic correspondence declare the Hill lines are to be included in the deal. The basis for these stories is the prominence of Hill and Morgan in Northern Pacific affairs. It has been declared that Morgan was the pur chaser of the Dodwell line, secured in furtherance of his around-the-world steamship line plans. . It is believed by railroad and steamship officials who are posted on the situation that the sale of the Dod well fleet is purely a Northern Pa cific deal, though it may have been suggested by Morgan and certainly had his sanction before it was put through. It is regarded simply as a business proposition that the railroad should control absolutely its Oriental and Alaska fleet, which could be op erated to better advantage if con trolled by the railroad than by a friendly company. Neckwear and belts, 1-3 off for two days only at Merigold's. Ask to see that $1 Cordova guaran teed glove at the Eastern. A superior quality of blackberry brandy for medicinal use. Kalispell Liquor and Tobacco company. 27-7-tf. Wall Paper—The largest and fines patterns from 5c per roll up. Come and see them. Hall's, 117 Main st ANOTHER TWIN-SCREW STEAM SHIP. One of the finest vessels on the great lakes is the twin-screw steam ship Miami, sailing twice a week from Duluth to Mackinac island in connection with the Eastern Railway of Minnesota. Illustrated information, rates and berth reservations from agent of the Great Northern Railway. Small Profits. Close Figures. Small Expenses. — MAKE — BARGAINS - FOR THE - PURCHASER — SEE OUB LINE OP — VOM MD DRESS Q01S — AND BE CONVINCED — — SPECIAL ATTENTION TO — SUMMER UNDERWEAR VOS AND DRESS CLOVES PANTS-PANTS -PANTS THE EASTERN ECKELBEBBY ft BLAND. W t HM t UMM I MIDSUMMER CLEARANCE SALE. cAll our summer goods to be sold at great discounts. It is 'wise to consider your needs now that the weather is hot and buy a *Dress from our GINGHAMS, LAWNS, DIMITIES, BATISTES It will pay you to examine our clear ance sale on TtEADY- TO- WEAR WRAPPERS, SHIRT WAISTS, LINEN and CRASH SKIRTS LISLE VESTS, SLEEVE LESS VESTS, UNION SUITS, KNEE PANTS, Parasols at great reductions f 25 per cent off from our already well known low prices. Twenty-ffbe dozen summer corsets to be closed out at 25 cents—just half price. UNDERWEAR CLEAN-UP. K. M. STORE c U) D H < c o z -J DC o < > o o o BUGS SP 1 ING W. COME AND SELECT YOURS DUE STOCK IS COMPLETE COMPANY OPERA BLOCK. p m »' A stounding Offerings in Household Goods I Beginning July 25 we shall offer for sale the entire stock of the Kalispell Furniture Co. at 60 Cents on the We have often heard people wish the time would soon come when furniture would be cheap. - Now is your time while the above stock is be ing closed out. Don't delays come now before the assortment is broken. Remember-our great cut on mouldings of 75 > per cent, and framed pictures at greatly reduced prices. terms: spot cash. S. A NO GOODS EXCHANGED »» D t »»»»♦«»♦»»»»»♦♦< DO MM « M « M » M » M KALISPELL CIGAR FACTORY ESTABLISHED 1692. MANUFACTURE Aft OF HAVANA AND DOMESTIC CIGARS E7~Box Trade a Specialty. P. PETERSEN. PROP BID8 WANTED. Sealed bids will be received at the office of C. A. Peplow & Co., to and including August 3d, 1901 for the* con struction of a brick warehouse, plans and specifications for which may be seen at the office of Gibson & Shan ley, or at the office of said C. A. Pep low & Co. Bids will be received separately for the excavation and stonework and al so for the completion of the building. C. A. PEPLOW & CO. Ask to see those 76c overalls for 60c at the Eutern. M DSB»WI Tn Regard to Butter... You who want fresh butter can get it in Kalispell, fresh from the churn if you want it in that way. Your grocer has it, too. Eastern butter may bo fresh and it may not. There is no question about the Kalispell Creamery Butter. It hasn't time to get old. Try it and find out for yourself. B. F. KNAPP, Feed, Wood, Grain, Stock, Flour. DRAY AND TRANSFER A SPECIALTY. 'Phone 43. Cor, Pirat Avft. W. lud Second 8». »' ' I 41 . d k Ad [ 'I'JiK First National ^ BANK OP KAI.IIWKI.l., MOST., The Oldr.t Hunk In Flathead Co. Organ lz.il | n mul. Paid up Capital - 650,000.00. Surplus - - - - «5,000.00. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS D. R. PEELER. PRES. FRED LANGERMAN, VICE PRES R. E. WEBSTER, CASHIER. G. H. ADAMS, MERCHANT. J.L. MclNTIRE, MERCHANT. F. J. LEBERT, LUMBER MAN. GUST. GAMER, BREWER. C- H. FOOT. DTT'V AT LAW A. L. JAQUETH. CONTRACTOR. General Banking Business Transacted. Drafts on Foreign Points at Lowest Rates, interest paid on time deposits Steamship t ickets to all European points IrVY VVVSVVVqi : Ï $5,000 BOND THAT THIS WHISKEY IS ALWAYS RIGHT AT GUS m HIM SIODt. J Coke Dandruff Cure ernewbro's fierpicide A nice Dressing Comb and u fine Bristle Brush are the Articles nooded for beautiful hair. You cm: find them all at BRODERICK & WALKER DRuaaisi'S. r* I F You want a good Time Piece, or Your Watch Repaired correctly come to 0. A. STOCKING, Jeweler and Optician. Successor to N. P, NYB. A SHERIFF'S 8ALE. The Conrad National bank of Kal ispell, Montana, plaintiff, against Geo. A. Potter, defendant. To be sold at sheriff's sale on the 3rd day of August, A. D., 1901, at 3 o'clock p. m. at the front door of tbe court house, .n the City of Kalispell. county of F lathead, State of Montana, the following described real property: All right, title and interest of George A. Potter in lot No. Sixteen (16) block fiifty-seven (57) in tbe city of Kalispell and the southwest quarter of section 10, township 29. north of range 30, west. Dated this 12th day of July, A. D. 1901, THOS. C. HAND. Sheriff of Flathead county, Mon tana. By J. E. McCarthy, under sheriff.