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JUSTIN M. SMITH
Lawyer
Oommercional Bank Bldg. Bozeman j
A. L. GIDEON
Auctioneer
Farm and Stock Sales a Specialty
Residence 525 West Mendenhall
Phone 346
DR W. C. DAWES
Osteopathic Physician
and Obstetrician
Graduate American School of
Osteopathy, Kirksville, Missouri
Martin Block
37 W. Main St.
Phone 371 -W
DBS. DEAN AND GRIFFITH
Osteopathic Physicians
Office Phone 132-W
Dr. Griffith
l»r. Dean
Phone Res. 132-J—Phone Res. 676
Commercial National Bank Building
JAMES E. ELLIOTT
Physician and Surgeon
Office Story Blk.
Residence 214 South Central
Phone 195-J
Phone 195-W
Gallatin Veterinary Hospital
Bozeman, Montana
O. L. DEVORE
Corner Black and Lamme Streets
Phone 235
E. F. BUNKER
Attorney at Law—Notary Public
Bozeman
Commercional Bank Bldg.
Bozeman, Montana
UNDERTAKERS
HARLAND& CAVEN
E. W. Harland
Embalmcr and Funeral Director
Lady Attendant
BETTER SERVICE
Phone 692-R1
41*« W.-Main
Bozeman, Montana.
H. F. WEST
Successor to Davis & West
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND
EM BALM ER
PROMPT AND EFFICIENT
SERVICE
Phone 690-R
325 W. Main.
Want to Buy
HIDES AND LIVE POULTRY OF
ALL KINDS AT HIGHEST
MARKET PRICES
Harry Siegel
Bozeman
25C E. Main St.
F. W, Hancock
WATCH, CLOCK AND
JEWELRY REPAIRING
Clocks Called for and Delivered
ROECHER'S DRUG STORE
WHO'S YOUR
SHOE DOCTOR?
r. on't throw away your old shoes
ontil you give us a chance to ex
•:r.ine them. A little fixing here and
' '.ere may double their days of wear.
Horten's Shoe Shop
12 South Central
CENTRAL
STUDIO
ALF SCHLECTEN
PROPRIETOR
ALL KINDS Of
—x—
PORTRAITS *
—x—
FLASHLIGHT
—x—
KODAKS
—x—
FINISHING
ENLARGING
Central Studio
Comer of Main and Tracy
I
35 YEARS AGO
Taken from the files of the Avant Courier for
Jan. 21, 1886
A R. Joy, a bright young barrister
of Livingston, visited Bozeman this
week on professional business.
H. P. McNaughton, the enterprising
postmaster of Gardiner, visited Boze
man this week.
Miss Sarah Black, sister of Billy
and John Black, arrived here last
week in company with her brother
Billy, and will visit heie several
months.
The second little blizzard of the
season occured the latter part of last
week, when a pretty stiff breeze blew
from the east and the mercury drop
ped to 10 to 20 degrees below zero.
W. H. Tracy is loading fourteen
cars of oats on the side track known
as Belgrade, a few miles west of
Bozeman- This shows that the trade
in Gallatin valley is no^ materially
abating.
Geo. W. Wakefield, the enterprising
owner of the Bozeman and Virginia
City stage line, and public transpor
tation in the national park, returned
last week from a trip to St. Paul.
The building occupied by Dr. G. W.
Monroe, nearly opposite the Courier
block has been secured by the Boze
man Library association and will be
suitably fitted and ermanently used
for the purpose.
We are reliably informed that one
of our prominent business men who
deals in the "ardent", has applied for
a divorce from his room-mate- Three
months is rather a brief period of
friendship, but it is said that a recent
revelation caused the unpleasantness.
The dance of the "Mikados" on
Saturday night was all that could
be desired in every respect and the
twenty-five couples in attendance
were delighted with it. The evening
was rather cool but pleasant. The
next will occur on the 30th. inst.,
commencing again at 8 p. m. sharp
and closing promptly at 12 m.
J- M. Wells, the pioneer freighter
of the upper Yellowstone, spent a
few hours in the county capital last
week, and left for Cooke City on
Saturday with a valuable cargo of
merchandise, on runners, for the busi
ness men of that promising camp.
"Jim" always goes through on time
whether it is wheeling or sleighing.
We are informed, says the Enter
prise, that more game such as elk,
deer and mountain sheep, abound in
the park this winter than has been
known to quarter there for several
seasons. Four different bands of elk,
numbering all together, more than
200 head, have been frequently seen
grazing ^ibout Swan Lake of late.
Teamsters on the Cooke road also re
port game plentiful.
It is reported that Max L. Schweit
zer, the wide-awake clerk of Levy &
Elias recently drew a prize of $7.500
in the Louisiana State lottery. When
Max was first informed of the fact
he was trimming the store lamps, and
the way that glass flew up in the air
and the kerosene was spilled was
simply astonishing. , On second sober
thought, however, he colled down and
decided not to resign his osition un
til the return of the senior member of
the firm from Europe
members and their friends-in atten
dance. This is done at the request
of a number of our people who are
anxious to see what progress our
young men have made as gymnasts,
Particulars next week.
-
W. H. Everson, an intelligent and
industrious young man of Gallatin,
visited the county capital this week,
-
The accomodating Bozeman agent
of the Northern Pacific secured an
assistant on. the 12 th. inst. in the
person of a handsome young man—
weight about 10 pounds- He is work
ing for a nominal salary at present,
'
The Y. M. G. C. are perfecting ar
rangements to give a pleasant even
ing's entertainment at their club
rcoms on or about the 6th prox
Extra program of athletic exercises
will be provided accompanied with
sweet strains of music with the club
FOR SALE
Quarter section, 2 miles north from
Logan; 100 acres arable, balance
pasture; small spring, good water;
dandy site for poultry farm: terms.
Call at 213 South 7th. Avenue, or
'address Box 451, Bozeman.
, J M. Robertson.
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Wanted:—Men and women to take
orders among friends and neighbors
for the genuine guaranteed hosiery,
full line for men, women and children
Eliminate« darping- We pay 75 cents
and hour »par«! time, or $36.00 a week
for full time. Experience unnecess
ary. Write 'International Stocking
Mills, Norristown, Pa.
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on Saturday a large number of far
mers and wood haulers were in town,
bringing their produce to market
principally on runners, and purchas
ing needed supplies for the coming
week. Trade of all kinds seemed to
be livelier and more remunerative
than it has been immediately after
the holidays for the past two years.
Notwithstanding the intense cold
It is intimated that the mayor of
the city, Dr. Foster, is getting even
with the Y. M. G. C. on the wood
question. The boys, is seems appro
priated fuel from the wood piles of
their neighbors until patient endur
ance ceased to be a virtue- Then they
purchased one load of wood that,
like the widow's flour barrel, will
never be exhausted. If the Doctor
cannot get even with the boys he
has no business to be mayor of Boze
man.
Bozeman is gradually but surely be
coming an important jobbing center
for a vast area of surrounding coun
try. We notice this week in front of
A. Lamme & Co's, store large con
signments of goods for Butte, Red
Bluff and Livingston. The long ex
pierence and high business standing
of Bozeman merchants enable them
to wholesale good as cheap or cheaper
than the merchants of any other town
in Montana,
Campagne wine at the Elite Billiard
parlor for 25 cents a drink
Billey Black has got back
And if you'll take a hint,
You'll take the plain track
And pull up at the "Mint".
Jack Williams, recently from Mis
souri, is visiting his old time friend,
A. Badgley of Cottonwood.
COOPERATION TO
SPORTSMAN'S ASS'N.
Reports from the office of M.S-Car
penter, secretary of the recently or
ganized State Sportmen's association,
indicate that the association's pro
gram is meeting with favor wherever
presented and that it is only a mat
ter of time until rod and gun and
similar clubs will be organized in
most of the communities of the state,
all of them being affiliated with the
state organization.
The state association has been rec
ognized by the Wild Life protection
Fund of the Russell Sage Foundation
and by the American Game Protect
ion and Propogation association, both
organizations having contributed to
ward the association's temporary or
ganization expenses
The program being presented to
the sportmen of the state included,
as its chief feature, a re-organization
of the Fish and Game commission,
with a view of taking that depart
ment out of politics absolutely. This
it is hoped to be accomplished by
having the governor name five men,
not more than three of whom shall
be from one political parly; the terms
of the original appointees to be as
follows: Two of them for one year;
one for two years, one for three years
and one for four years, and the ap-
pointments thereafter to be for terms
of four years. The sportsmen are in
favor of this commission selecting
the state game warden, who must
measure up to certain qualifications
as to knowledge of wild life of Mon-
tana, its habitat, feed, diseases, etc.
The state game warden shall select
his deputies from among men parti-
cularly fitted by knowledge of and
experienced with the wild life of the
state to care for, protect and pro-
pagate the same, said deputies to be
of two classes, A and B, and men who
cannot qualify in either class under
the civil service rules to be promul-
gated by the State Fish and Game
commission after a certain specified
time are to be discharged and their
places filled by other and more ca
pable men. The idea in the re-or
ganization of the Fish and Game de
partment is to secure real efficiency
_ in the matter of fish and game pre
servation, protection and propagation.
While due attention will always be
given to apprehending and prosecut
ing violators of the "-game laws, it
is not intended that "police duty
shall be the major part of the work
of the deputy game wardens; it be
ing the concensus of opinion among
the sportmen of the state that great
er service can be rendered not only
the sportsmen, but the entire state
of Montana if the deputies will see
to it that the fish and game of the
state have proper care and attention
and their predatory enemies destroy
ft
ed.
In order that emergency conditions
which arise from time to time
throughout the state relative to the
proper care and protection of the
fish and game may receive necessary
and ptompt Mtentios. H i# proposed
In connection with these nursery
streams and ponds, the sportmen pro
pose the establishment of game-bird
propagating plants, where certain
species of game birds adaptable to
the climatic and other conditions of
Montana,, will be propagated by the
hundreds. While this proposition is
a new thing for Montana, it is not
that the re-organized Fish and Game
commission shall have complete con
trol of all matters pertaining to the
fish and game valuable wild life of
the state with full authority and pow
er to promulgate and enforce the
necessary rules and regulations to
carry out the object and purpose for
j which the Fish and Game commission
is created.
The State Sportsmen's association
hopes to secure the installation of as
man y nursery streams and ponds and
as widely distributed over the state
as is most practicable and will best
meet the need for restocking the many
streams of the state. The fishermen
of Montana have come to believe
that the practice of planting small
fry in the streams has not yielded
the results that are desired and will
not, and so they favor the nursery
streams and ponds to rear the fish
to the "fingerling" stage before
planting them in the waters of the
state.
new in other states, where game
bird propagating plants have been
instrumental in restocking territor
ies that have been entirely depleted
of game birds
Another feature of the sportsmen's
program will be the attempt to con
trol the distribution of the flights
of waterfowl over Montana by es
tablishing feeding and rest grounds
and sanctuaries throughout the state,
thereby inducing more general nest
ing of these fowls in Montana.
With the thorough organizing of
.the state sportsmen's association "Will
come the development of a new spirit
of sportsmanship, one that will be a
living i'eality in each community
whore a live rod and gun club exists,
and which will make the lot of the
pot-hunter and game-law violator a
hard, uncomfortable and highly dis
agreeable one. This new spirit of
sportsmanship is to be further fos
tered and encouraged by the forma
tion in as many of the schools of
the state, and other young folks or
ganizations, as possible of
Life" clubs, the members of which
are to be encouraged in the study of
the wild life of the state and in mak
ing photographs of the same.
It is planned that all affiliated
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THERE IS EVERY PROSPECT OF
BETTER BUSINESS CONDITIONS FROM THIS
TIME ON; SPRING WILL BRING INCREASED
ACTIVITIES IN EVERY LINE AND TO MEET
THEM YOU SHOULD BE PREPARED.
ARE YOU IN NEED OF STATIONARY,
BILL HEADS. RECEIPTS, ORDER BLANKS
OR ANYTHING ELSE IN THE PRINTER'S
LINE? IF SO, WE WISH YOU TO REMEMBER
THAT THE COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT IS
EQUIPPED TO SUPPLY YOUR EVERY NEED.
THIS SHOP TAKES PRIDE IN ITS
CRAFT AND WILL DO YOUR WORK AS YOU
WANT IT DONE.
PHONE 80
Che Courier
Job Department
.
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clubs of the state association lend
every influence and encouragement
to the deputies of the state game
warden and in all practical ways aid
the Fish and Game commission in
carrying on its work.
Membership in the State Sports
men's association is secured through
membership in the local clubs, 50
cents of the local dues going to the
treasurer of the state association as
a fee for each member of the local
club. Sportsmen who are interested
in having Montana streams really
stocked with game fish and its hills
and valleys, mountains and prairies
reinhabited with valuable wild life,
should make it a point to become a
members of their local club and to see
to it that their club is affiliated with
the state association. And it is urg
ed that this should include every
person who takes out a hunting and
fishing license in Montana- In ad
dition to this the association has a
plan whereby, upon the payment of
^>5 a person becomes a life member
the state association; the pay
ment 0 f | 10 q a t one time shall con
st j tute a pers0 n a Donor, and the
payment of $250 constitutes a person
a Benefactor.
It ig evident that the State Sport
men ' s association is already function
ing to the benefit of the sportmen
99
Perhaps You Don't Know
says the Good Judge
u
How long a little of
the P*.eal Tobacco
Chew will last.
Nor how much gen
uine chewing satisfac
tion the full, rich real
tobacco taste will give.
Ask any man who uses
the Real Tobacco Chew.
He will tell you that
this class of tobacco
will give more satisfac
tion—and at less cost—
than the ordinary kind.
Put up in two styles
W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
RIGHT GUT is a short-cut tobacco
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Wcvn-v^n-Bruton Comoarty, 1107 Broadway, New York City
and the entire state of
Public sentiment In favor if fish and
game protection and propagation is
growing throughout the state and
sportsmen are beginning to realize the
possibilities of most gratifying sue
cess by a centralized direction of uni~
fied efforts.
Montana.
If you like* the Courier come in,
and pay your subscription.
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passages of vour head clear and you can
breathe freely. No more hawking, snuf
fling, blowing, headache, dryness. No
struggling for breath at night; your
cold or catarrh disappears.
Get a small bottle of Ely's Cream
Balm from your druggist now. Apply
a little of this fragrant, antiseptie,
healing cream in your nostrils. It pen
etrates through every air passage of the
bead, soothes the inflamed or swollen
mucous membrane and relief cornea in
stantly.
It's just fine. Don't stay stuffed-up
with a cold or nasty catarrh.

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