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THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL.
VOLUME XIII. NO. 29 MILES CITY, MONTANA, MONDAY. OCTOBER IS. 1.94 PRICE FIVE CENTS Happy Days! Happy Years!! Happy Hours!!! a so. happy 0ays- it a the time! Iaes bloomin' in the way- Bells that sweetly chime! Let a rain shed al the tears Let the heart be light! sig a ug a' hIppy lives Slag it loud s .d bag. Brothers, sisters, lovers. wives. Join the thrilling song! Right or wrong. Still sang that song. Till angels to chorus throng! Come to see us and look over our new store. We keep every thing you need about the house and plenty of good things to eat and of the very best quality and at such low prices too. A visit to our store will make you feel like singing a happy song when you get back home. Besides all the good things we got to eat, we have good warm woolen underwear and clothing, boots and shoes and hats for the menfolks and boys, and good broad shoes for the women folk and nice fine shapely shoes for the young ladies and chil dren. Come to see us and stay all day, we love to show our goods. CASE KING & WODZITZKI. VUVSECSANS. 33. W. V. AND3VU abgp.m. Or M W.Lrmb.V mmgbage. OI U. 3wIm. pLggU. -~:'R" ~C - d _ 'A .R r imat , . mum Ulm sot I am w d lbw ~C "_ 11 'ý it#. 4 Iý ~s'ec arw - QUIOU c~rJJ Ut"'.,'3 TIIEM (SOT 8150.O(h Seven ;Highwaymen Hold Up An Express Train in Virginia. A Treasarer-Lautde Paesager Train on the Ribhmnoa., Freierick.burg Potomac Railroad eease.-. fully Held I p. R.I'Haoenu . Va., Oct. 13.--The north bound passenger train on the Rich.onod, Fredericksburg & Potomac ratlruad was held up near Quantico. SWAMuINGTrsW. Oct. 1:l.-Seven men nompused the gang that held up the north bound exprees train on the Rich mond. Fredericksburg & Potomac rail road at Quantico last night. Their dea maud for the waybill when the express messenger dleclared that the safe was empty. and the caution they gave the fireman about disconnecting the air brake tubes when he uncoupled the en gine or their demand, show -that some members of the gang were railroad hands. Beside., after the engine was un-,, upled it was boarded by the robbers a .I run by them to a point near Wide water station, a short distance frnm the rmen, of the hold up. where they aban. loned and sent it ahead,. running aild. Exprtis messenger Crutchfield thinks the l.trty securI.l l5t-1.011, o,r more. It. gase thie a,',unt of the rol,ber . "Itut ,one r.obier entered the car. lie •as h1.av i) hu;t a.i tresase.l hk- a fai rner. although he -ml.d to thort.ghly uInderetailh the. .\p res abuhanees. lie had it red handkerchief ,ver Ith Ilwer part ,f his face. W hen the trailnt wa stolt-u I ollened the door ,f ntmy ar. 'lhb, r,bber tired at rme. I ired Iack and .'I.sd the douo lie called. Open th*.- "i,,r.' I lit, not Jo t "'Open that ulu: I ,I 16." tla o:." ,ar t. pieat thr,.' a a- ,-H .f I; ' . -. it ltr.ck th. I-mr ndl 1 watt. r :i i thl Tabu b . the fr,. 1. .-'k ,l rne .!f io) f-rt. I ih, . ,I.",.Ie tiu, ,l' r 1 1.." of the- r,l, b. t- ai, .. itt int l.v mou tthe iafe-, Ie t.ook eIerthing. There was one package which he mist .leae thought a' ntailnel uonl papers for he threw it in to, a tox. it 'ontained $GI.Oit'. Then he said. "() Ien that other sate." "That is struplyl a dead-head safe." I said "The bh il t s" he roared. 'iShow me your way bills for it." I started to get the bh;i, and he esid; "Keep your hands up; show me the pa per. I'liget it." He looked at the bill and was satiAed the second safe contained nothing which wss true. The man was ery cool all the time. He bad sevenreightthrough express pouches, each coatainlag pack ages of money. hbow much I cannot guess. The man cut a small alit in each pouch and took every package. Nw YoUR. Oct. It-rt. O. Dun & Co.. weekly review of trads Ue: " 8ui. moms ls aWi hor ,M" thvelot o tLeretai taai.. 21 i a sub tu.er dema sor Ia ter, but aimonsdd inotsegs. Wbelaideimh 1i;a y J aN bewels·arsitl ldr 6 bunsýn. doss not yo esaow ahul'of what i oi hbebe.,Lae ,1usmi Ys W-od - Y mm . - s eist sore 1 -4i rlri 1L .mplsrnmet hor nmyb mom,, adobehh .swr agdhis. insbea .weemiha n has tiehO .9nekmeubs ThbelUIi~e*f tuo fhr &e memeeat r dimrabh to th bb okask hor eo.srM a~ga be eapeoted at this 0epg0a, nmar of wool have been 4$hIAID veds - 2AOO.4 as hsar sed 7.OU Sla IUs Mamd gdus ~n -r~a wume hrms I fsses` Ofs XX no at 17%r at blhdelwhim.bugst sMj enad Nmytbr w b ms ehe4asstair. law Team. oat. lassehse. f ny. Aeeeat1mLsm In huesehWe hiine =1s ineeemld isd eLsgsmpbi 48to st III I, -..-9 this wUL WI wLig berr the ans m~ebs bpammgn3 -S t e th e wea t . mi id e a, f1 son fussag hiuem tmo the. e i temdtea emp o is the krUI at q 4 1 dslkiw y4m. J_ As Amss.iss at Furer. Once during the sholdars at the president of the French epublihis pro lessor in geography asked him, "Peler, give us the exact positiam ad indiats the latitude do the Gimer group " Casimir-Perier crossed his arms tightly upon his chast, looking vr perplexed One of his neighbors whispared to him the wrong answr, whereupam the pro tfesor gave him thei exat position to this little group, whihe beloap to the more important French etablishment of Tahiti, and after a shot peas, and withb little point of irony, mid: "You coubt to know that, Peier, beaese it is thanks to your Iradf.her that France acquired the ascendancy in these part at the warld. It was through his efrets and entreeties that the dusky queen of these islands was induced to come to France, and the men of my generation still remember the comical songs which celebrated the event. " Pe yier blushed considerably, but. holding his head still higher, answered the pro femor with his quick and peculiar die tion, "I will most certainly go over this lesson again and try to be more proficient at the next lecture; but, so far as the deeds of my grandfather go. they are so numerous that I am not old enough yet to know them all. "-San Francisco Argonaut. A Parlsm Inadstry. A Paris correspondent describes one of the oddest industries of that city to be found in a little shop in the Rue des Ecoles, which deals exclusively with the econudhaui boots of the mla who wrl: in the .ews re. Th-es lKets are f urnu.h.tl by the state and 'erne half way p; the! thigh, and each man I- allvni wl a alnw pair every Fix monthl. When new. the. cuet $I; when sell -t1r,-ualh;eld. th yv realize thew motlet smnl ,f 5ie cent-,e- but as at least ft,HN pairs.s ler atelliurlt a sent to the Rue- de,. E.odl it liiuike.. quite a booming industry.' The hleatlerr of thesee bouts is, so to speak, tanned by the alkaline and greasy water in which the sewer cleaners peddle, and they are eagerly sought for by the great Parisian bootmaker', for this leather, being at once tough and light, serves to soutail: the curve of the Locui XV heel Ui. s-auritr ('oter. Old Mi. l.err-Muggesn. who agrees with (:-'ol.'re II in bating 'Ilan-try and taintiog." and who , alleier agreent! ix . pt wheuin Ii. ~c~aokinag, was euga:ý ' ini thi- fav.,rit- atnlntani)n1 t ont 11ns deor att'p wln :, Mr'. (inu,.elwr pn.'.ed. -4,1I Mr. Kerr- Mngee' n.' -he saidl. " an gl to .e .- y.' u enjoyIU g the La au tite. of nature!" SLIch'- What dr'e wean?" aIk-ed 'Jr Berr- Muggeon "Why. weren't you looking at the suns.-t :' "Tbe snunset Well, no. not exactly. But, now that yun umenti It doee lonk fine. doemint It? Looks dCal like a nwerucbauna pipe j it a.begun tocoiorl"-Yonth's on,. ________- An old Dutch legend may. tbmtkThoad as a Becket cusbe the Keadi.ma. 'c England. who mgitduly oat a kLe baum's tal, mad tint the aaiss gaga tie d cens which silowed w- m le like boons _ _ ht a pods ci sued bin1J.i Iiblm do. ask d ey ZOOS spas. w heb sgaw a. bah istlu l ay spat ameel old preuhik 'We agar le ,a/ helm'. that "a pee Chetetum -a h bat -o yewahii a v a 6* - wid winter is =saw ltd a .Oils wlo healthy. A hot .'agee Is aiwe- a healthp mad a mold Osummas heaiby It we ~ ~e Was ti.ýiy i q10b !tat aquay miound the d-D wag m~a. Aprl 1% '1* te abMedy EPIhJ.4 Ugd ch maswstar. Lptoi (Leak imI trout the tgu s . Wi ma teth the tame ciad hernd omeaspiag eta m a the pea- tlq. mad yet he miled away ma .mue r ma eam - srItaewis not a tier at 3m asum. Jam. 1,177t. hewadumaito ý. lead to bm katightad mad to ha'. his -ID watt.. ma the ud.141 rg dalc thue. Dight ym let., he wel hied by the hathead »1doLN "b arr . to rqomk ~bb bata r t mhos.lr ritbtl· b i the daft Isi oa M.,. -surr hb imsreum mad Mh 1y804 a ·or r IM b rt. a d t· tMd t tli t Y; ý rll b j Dmys."miS 111 mede kgr Pewýý , ý,d S, t sww 'tb a L·Lt -º ~)-U 'IIu'- _ ` Il?'cr kW i This Tim Iast Tear. For the conveniLence of those whi wish to make comparisons and for th benefit o( those who can never remem bar, the JocasAL will hereaftr ek atanding a table of the corespondi- mooth last year, showg day by da the prinipal meteorological conditios Sobtained fram the record kept by th Upited States weather observer in thi. city. Following is the record for Oct. DATA. wATuaa. T5M?3ATL3fa -Partly clod ..................... 3-Part cloudy ................ 41 -P dy ....cl. ................. 4. 6-Parlood dy ................. .1 7-Part Clody ................... 4 --Part Cloudy ................. -4 9--Cloudy ...................... 51 10- ouCloudy ..................... 48 11-Cloudy ...................... 3 12-Clody ....................... 5 13-Clear .......................... 47 14- loudy.......................... 42 15-Cl-u......................... 54 16 C C h ar ......................... 5E 8-Part Cloudy ......4............... 19-Clear....................... 48 2.--Clear....................... 4( 21-Clear...................... 54 22-Part cloudy................... -.1-Cloudy .................4. 24-Part Cloudy ................. 38 -1i-Cloudy....................... 40 26-Cloudy......... .......... 4 27-loudy .................... 3 28--Cloudy........... ........ . 29'-Cloudy ........................ .34 :1D-Part Cloudy.................. 48 31-Cloudy..................... 50 The figures in the right hand column denote the average thermometer reading or the day. The highest temperature during the month was 44. The total amount of raiu and melted snow was l.Z.l of an inch. A Itutternmltk Well. Did youn ..r io a buttermilk wells I menu a iwell that yields butterruilk. No, th, ru are no butttntrilk w..tl: ilbut hemr thl:t I know of, but I saw one ont inl ii rtheru Indiana once. It wars conlllctul with a c(rtamery. There is no tuarks t for battermilk there, and thbo inltaitants of thu town, who ca~ get IIl the buttermilk they want ft nothing by rsimply going after it, utrveI tout-h it. As feet as the great rev-l. i ,n charns have precipittated their wealth oa golden butter the milky residuum it run o into the troughs stht lead to te buttermilk wel(1. From thence t It pomp t up to feed hogs, being distrib uted by a .sytem of troughs g.ong th pens. These hogs are serely kept to stilise the buttermilk, which would se go to waste, and the fat.e so fed defies word. them. Bat/e. .p - a Thde faltlowg 's"- 0 O. far permise to ..g his rolIgies. The C. 0 was sisah basy ahi Se a egatqd ad bteb he Rasaqt ts delr tha tase mass he twola M se tc e hangu "WUy well," aM '1Irs ea b0e . s esiameat: a gad a.ts to eatheage with yeo." feesal 1btl. m VuI rn ·Vug * ~Y~Ik^- mi~ Tlrt kMr t -_-.t W l- -. '2'1 s ra dswd ad giug.a. Nn --- M -%, TWO mown p~uiuRae mi inmmwsi ' -p-w -we" That Wm a wbia tl~sraordamdm 1a.bs.t ttraa $4-Th W4 wmhs~ That t~a a2 a. .l ama, avow Md soft* d ion- e.-'As Itil 2l wai t Ms hoaboom-Ta eil. Trttm Nb. ýO--- am. -a baua 1wMlbinb flit JIM i ..w.40 - .id - i-uu BI mu - _ - at4 `at* b+ I * '1 Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. .. Gov't Report r am nrrr rnea W. B. JoRDAN, President. G. M. MILES, Vice-Presideut. H. B. WILEY, Cashier. C. L. CARTER. Ass't Cashier. FIRST NATIONAL BANK. MILES CITY, MONTANA. CAPITAL, $50,0oo. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, bamt ireztort. m a W. B. JORDAN, GEO. M. MILES, H. B. WILEY, J. W. 'TREVELL, HENRY TUSLER, JNO. CARTER, F. C. ROBERTSON. X teoe.o Plaid onz lime uepo asSg WILLIAM COURTENAY MS 1.aOT". MEosrrlI. Live Stock Broker, Real Estate and Commercial AteUs. Agent for FIRE, LIFFE and ACCIDENT INSURANCE. Loan Broker and Notary Public. First Class Ranches, Farms ma Town Lots for sale. Settler. and Intending Purchasers furnisahi information reseccting Northern Pacific Lands and Lots. Texas. New Mexico. Colorado. Wyoming ;lnd \. stern Cattle fa sale. Live Stock a Speclalty. EEve' dWa-on" No. son emagestases " "" 4 D rdc-- ·t 1Wt1 * - WUM M 46 1 ,irf' 1s 1ýI I iýý 'r a 'ý usn 11W 3.k T. 4" A1 g T