A COOL HEAD °\
It's a law of nature that you must
obey if you want to be comfortable
in summer weather. If you want to
be with the dressy class and keep your
head comfortable you should wear
one of our
All sizes, shapes and styles to suit
the most fastidious dresser. Lowest
prices and values that cannot be beat
The Star Clothing & Shoe Co.
b IKE L. FREUDENTHAL, Prop.
Whitefish - - Montana
THE THERMOS BOTTLE
The Thermos Bottle keeps liquids hot 24 hours in
coldest weather and keeps ice cold liquids ice cold
72 hours in the hottest weather. You simply pour
in the liquid, hot or cold, and cork it up. The Ther
mos Bottle will keep it that way.
The Thermos Bottle provides hot or cold refresh
ments at all times. For motoring, boating, outing
trips, luncheon and the sick room it is indispensable.
For Sale By
PUBLIC DRUG COMPANY
S. S. PAINE, Mgr.
S THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY
The Cash Store
Groceries and Provisions, Crockery, Glassware
and fancy Painted China, Dry Goods, Notions,
Ladies' and and Children's Hosiery. Hand Bags
and Fancy Articles of Different Kinds. A large
assortment of Kitchen and Household Hardware
Try Us For Your Next Order
« Phone No. 80 * J. H. CRUM, Prop.
IIÖRI <H> CAFE
q Open Day and Night, Firstclass
Service Guaranteed, Lunches or
Suppers for Parties Given on Short
Notice, Meals Delivered to all
Parts of the City.
M. M. Horn, Prop.
CHARLES W. PRUYN
TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES FOR SALE
Whitefish Pilot Office Phone 42A
NEWS OF INTEREST
IN RAILROAD CIRCLES
T. C. Buckingham has been ap-1
pointed agent at Browning, vice j
I. B. Whistler, having been as
signed to other duties.
Tuesday evening the rear end of
a caboose was stove in at Fielding
by a train coming up from the
rear, but no one was hurt.
Mr. Railroad Man—Have you
tried our Sunday dinners? We
have the cleanest and neatest place
and the best things to eat. Chick
en next Sunday. Depot Resturant.
Conductor Joe Cremans left Tues
day on a business trip to St. Paul
and Washington, D. C., to finish
up the details of patenting a new
device he has invented for rerailing
derailed cars and locomotives.
Kiser, the official photographer
of the Great Northern, has been
spending the past week in the
mountains east of here trying to
gather in some of the beauty spots
along line, but has not met with
any success on account of the dense
smoke from the forest fires which
fill the air.
ue OF LOCAL INTEREST at
Every woman looks good to some
Mrs. Martin Powers visited in
A. R. McKeen returned today
from a business trip to Sand Cou
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dixon are
in Spokane visiting with friends for
a short time.
C. F. Costich of Eureka is erect
ing a residence at Lakeside and will
move his family here shortly.
Mary had a little lamb—because
she couldn't order more at the
price charged on the bill of fare.
Richard Kreiger has purchased
the property in the McKeen addi
tion, formerly known as the Stone
Engineer Bill Adams is laid up
with an injured hand which he re
ceived while helping to unload way
freight last week.
The cement walk is now being
laid around the new bank building
and down Central avenue as far as
the Columbia hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Jammie returned
Thurday from an extended trip
through the eastern states where
they spent there honeymoon.
Let your wife take a day off and
rest, Go to the Depot Resturant
and have a nice chicken dinner
next Sunday. It is just like home
The city council has also shown
its spirits in public improvements
and had a cement side walk and
crossing put in, in front of the
The county fair association is
hard at work getting the race track
put in shape. They expect to have
one of the fastest tracks in the
country this fall.
Ward Skyles was over from Col
umbia Falls Sunday to look over
the forest fire situation. It was
threatening to get into his timber
at the head of the lake.
Machinist Fred Collins left Sun
day on a visit to his old home in
Boston, Mass. He expects to be
back in sixty days, but wants to
make it plainly understood that
this is no matrimonial venture.
Machinist Floyd Riach spent
Sunday in Hilynrd.
Miss Edith Roebuck was down
from Nyack Friday, where she is
telephone operator, to visit with
her folks for a day.
Car Repairer Frazier, has resign
ed his position with the Great
Northern and left Sunday night for
Lethbridge, Alta., where he has
taken up 320 acres of the famous
Louis W % . Hill has given it out
that the Great Northern does not
desire to have Glacier Park become
a fashionable resort, rather an out
door playground for all. The great
Northern will erect a number of
chalets in the park region this
The Great Northern has abandon
ed the work on widening out the
cut near Ilaskill's ranch on account
of being unable to get the steam
shovel to dig the ground without
blasting. In the spring it is so
soft and mushy that it cannot be
handled and now it is dried up and
too hard to work in.
R. K. Grantier, assistant casher
at the bank, was called to his home
in Kansas City Sunday night on
account of sickness in. the family.
Mr. and Mrs. J.A.Yates returned
Friday from Tacoma where they vis
ited for a week and took in the sights.
They witnessed the great naval
tournament while there and report
having had a very pleasant and en
We learn from reliable informa
tion that Louis Bruckhauser, who
is officiating on the fast mail ae
conductor, is spending his spare
moments at Liberty Lake, near Spo
kane, giving swimming lessons to
the fairer sex.
D. Haskill, who is noted for be
ing a producer of fine dairy pro
ducts has been awarded the con
tract to furnish the Belton Chalet
with cream and milk. Shipments
are made each day from here by
Two tourist sleepers containing
the two national guard companies
of Kalispell passed thru here Sat
urday night enroute to the annual
encampment at American Lake,
Wash. They were joined at Libby
by the Co. L. from that place.
In buying a cough medicine,
don't he afraid to get Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy. There is
no danger from it, and relief is
sure to follow. Especially recom
mended for coughs, colds and
whooping cough. Sold by all deal
D. R. Thornber is making good
progress on his new resturant which
«ill be known as "The Grill," and
expects to be ready to open up
about the loth ot the month.
Mrs. J. A. Beiden, who has es
tablished a reputation for making
good things to eat, has been engaged
to take take charge of the kitchen.
Manager McNeely of the Kalispell
baseball team was up to see the
ball game between Whitefish and
Sweetgrass last Friday, and also to
size up the Sweetgrass players. He
picked out a few of the most likely
ones and they are now enlisted in
the Kalispell ranks. He made a
cleaning in his team and fired a
number of the old players, because
they were not tending to business
the way they should.
LIVE STOCK PARADE FEATURE AT SPOKANE FAIR
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Last year's exhibits of eastern bred live stock at the Spokane Interstate
I'air proved, as anticipated, an incentive to stockmen of the northwest to put
forth the finest In competition, and the benefits resulting from the coming of
those tralnioads of eastern stock are felt this year in the certainty of an
even better exhibit for 1010. The live stock parade, to be held tbls year on
the fifth day of the fair, Oct. 7, is an event that means pure, unadulterated
pleasure to all lovers of good cattle and horses, whether the delighted spec
tator be owner of the proud, berlbboned animal that Is displaying his pre
mium to the grand stand or not.
Another cause contributory to the future of live stock exhibits at the
Interstate Fair lies in the holding of the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific exposition's
stock show immediately following the Interstate Fair last year. To Insure
the appearance at Spokane of stock en route from south and east to Seattle,
the Interstate Fair management substantially raised the premium list of
former years, and, once raised, the prizes stick at the advanced figures this
year and, most probably, for all future years.
Still another element that assures the best stock exhibit at the Spokane
Interstate Fair In the history of the northwest Is the schedule of dates for
state and county fairs for this territory this year. The schedule last year
proved to be unhappily arranged in that, amongst other details, the dates of
the Portland exposition and Spokane Interstate Fair were the same. This
year the Portland fair will be held Sept. 5 to 10. The week following the
Oregon state fair Is held at Salem. Then come the Walla Walla and Seattle
fairs, both held Sept. 19 to 24. North Yakima holds Its fair In the following
week—the week immediately preceding that which sees the opening of the
Spokane Interstate Fair.
This schedule, the best arranged for the convenience of stockmen in the
history of expositions of the northwest, also Insures the public's seeing at the
Spokane Interstate Fair the best stock exhibited at all the fairs of the
makes the most charming presents.
Our stock is very complete in styles
and artistic designs. No other ar
ticles combine the beautiful and the
useful a« the many elegant pieces
exhibited by us.
S. S. STACEY, Jeweler & Optician
W T mi r Phone 57, P. O. Box 346
. 1 . LULL, Whitefish, Montana.
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