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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 3 May 1902

IN TIIH FAMILY CIRCLE There's nothing so conducive to real enjoyment as good music. Certainly no well regulated home should be without a piano. That is to say, a high-grade instrument-a Vose for instance. None better made. The Vose piano is not only perfection of construction, tone and action, 'but also of handsome design and beautiful flnish. Not so expensive, either. Cash or installments. Montana Music Co. 119 N. Main Street ping ong Championnhip name of Ping-Pong to be played In our show window, Saturday evening, May 10. The two young ladles that receive the most number of votes by Sat urday morning, May 10. First prize will be a $12.00 set Ping-Pong. Second prize, a $5.00 Set of Iooks. Girls to be between the ages of 12 and 17 years. TIONTANA BOOK CO. COr. Park ane Academy Sts. I VOTE FOk Table Tennis Prices to Suit Everybody 75c Per Set And Upwards Extra Balls foar Ping Pong. Base. ball Goods, all kinds, all prices. New Stationery. New Books .....EVANS' BOOK STORE..... 1a4 Nort...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 3 May 1902

Powerful Price Persuasions ....For Purchasers of.... HOUSE FURN'ISHINGS On this entire page every comma marks a short pause in a truthful sentence. Every period ends an accurate description or forceful argument calculated to interest you In the most value forthe least money. Every price is in keeping with the philosophy that the more we sell the cheaper we We Divide can sell, and that the more we sell the cheaper we can buy, and buying We Sell on PROFITS most and selling cheapest are what have made us Installments To flultiply Housefurnishers for the Masses Buy Now TRADE Do not think by reason of our small prices, that the swans we describe Pay as You must be geese; wait until you see the birds. Can " ' . . . . . C.rpet - Size Rugs Benares Art Rugs Iteversibhle :ull Servicealle .i !ixl0 foot ( inchlces.......... $11.00 Ox12 foot, for............. $14.00 Brussels Rugs Special line of new desigils il sliiIcrlb quality, lx12 foot ..oP....r $18.00 Roxbury Rugs Axminster Rugs Anmierica's...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 3 May 1902

.FLL INTO A SHAFT THRILLING EXPERIENC 01 A MINER IN NObRT MOCCASIN. 'ALL NIGHT IN A DARK HOLE Michael Mitchell Suffered Intensely From Cold and Snow - He Tells a Oraphlo Story of His Attempts to Rescue Himself. Michael Mitchell, a miner of this city, fell to the bottom of a 30-foot shaft in the North Moccasin mining district uf Fergus county last Wednesday and remained there all night. Mitchell had been over to Fine Gold gulch on a tour of Inspection and It was nearly dark before he started on the re turn trip to Kendall, several miles dis .tant. On the way back he attempted to find some location notices posted on claims. He walked up to one shaft that had a dump. On top of the dump was a post that had a tin can on top of it. In the can was a notice and Mitchell .climbed up and attempted to read the notice. While thus engaged the dirt beneath his feet gave way and before he could recover his equilibrium he was • precipitated into the shaft. As he slid into the opening he grabbed a p...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 3 May 1902

___________ 'I Au4 uI3 W I a BUTTE'S BASEBALL CHANCES ARE UNIOUiTEDLY THE BEST Pacific Northwest League Situa tion Summarized for the Inter Mountain Readers. BY BILLY OUION. Spokane, May 3.-WiUi the work of three days to judge from there isn't any question of Butte leading the league i batting. This is going to be a season of batting and the hard hitters are go ing to be the leaders. There are good fields in all of the teams in the league but there are only two showing up strong as batters. Portland and Tacomr have pitchers but the slab men can't win the games alone. It looks now as if Butte would lead the list in batting with Helena second and Spokane third. Spokane has several star hitters as well as a good infield which hasn't as yet got down to real work. The batting though has shown that the little fellows are there with the stick and that's the reason that Spoknne is set for third place in the bntting list. Reits, Donnhue, McKevitt and McLaughlin are good stickers in the Spokn...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 3 May 1902

-TIN INT!R MOUNTAIN'S ANACONDA DEPARTM!NT SUMMIR VACATION ACTION TAKEN BY LINOOLN CLUB LAST NIGHT. TO MEET AGAIN NEXT FALL Will Take an Active Part in the Coun ty Campaign-DiMfcult to Keep Up Interest Between Elections. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, May 3.-At a well attended meeting of the Lincoln Republican club held at its club room in the Shield's block last night it.was decided to take a recess during the summer months and a resolution was passed to that effect. The opinion prevailed that between elections it Is a difficult matter to keep up interest in meetings-that anyway no good can be accomplished-so all things considered, It was thought to be a wise miove to declare a vacation until next fall, the date of calling another meeting being left to the discretion of the preal dent. A vacation was taken last year and no meetings were held between May and January. This year a fall election will he held, at which county officers and members of the legislature will be chosen...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 3 May 1902

Weekly Talk of Real Estate Circle anrd News of Deals in City Property BUTTE'S FEDERAL BUILDING. (Iround w-ll plrohhly lie lbroken for thw no feeloranl bullling in Tiutto this fTll. In ill probtability there will hi on.ite extflor chlltang In the huilnldg an Jritsti , ns. ti t p iurte of it hich Ix here' plresenlted. Th' se i)changes ill )e bIlought oulli t by it ll. tes of(i' chII in 1l' .i.the ap ro rl atios, riesultitig in it e.nsinim.llie increatse to h i oigiiginal ip proprislntion which \wou.tld )har' con.stlutel n bilding as hereh h rep.lesr:lnted. (illy [Postl master Irvine, sof all lpe.ir il Iltlutteo. inn give the xi ftuh of the federat l hulllting II Is gin\' hI.erwi:h, per his ilitltion, tllnl yotll will have to renal It ow-tr a ouliIpe of times before Jill of the th ,. 1 will illt through y uilr bruin? "t..lSupiii\ lsing A itllti( ct 'Tiylor itl skei+ Tofr )lidli ]list .sunuir for theiit Ii utte ;o,(legal buibling or[ an approprll.' . n of $.lll 01r . Tl ip bh is were sl...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 3 May 1902

SOCIETY NEWS OF MONTANA. Virginia City. (Speclal to Inter Mountain.) Virginia City, May 3.-Mrs. Samuel IIalse of Sheridan Is visiting relatives in this city. Mr. and Mrs. John Reed leave today on an extended visit East. They will first visit relatives at Independence, Ia., and wtill go from there to Gilead, Mich. Mrs. James M. Herndon, who has been seriously ill for the past two weeks, is now on the way to recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Thexton of Thex tondale are visiting at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William J. Foreman. Mrs. J. Z. Clem and children are vis Iting friends In Sheridan. C. L. Christie, who for the past two years has successfully taught the pub lic school at Maynard's school house in the Madison valley, was lu the city Wednesday en route to Butte, where he Irs. J. W. McCrackin o, Livingston will spend the summer. He will return to the Madison valley next September, having been re-engaged to teach there. Robert Schneider of Twin Bridges spent a couple...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 3 May 1902

What Is Doing in Gay Society ''WA I HAT' TB SHE:?" wals the qiii'stlon asked Tulesiliy afternnon at an a fternlon r-'cttltion givciin IIi the West Side when Miss Mary Mac loanr, Ilthe writelr ,f ite \\'ihrad hooik, was the center of attractllon. Alirt'dy 'hl' hioitk nlllld it' 0l'itt'ri haill biptl widely dlis'uased, and P%'I'Iy one1( wa's~ q'l|'Jman, to. .'4e whalt ITtnian r of' g'h'] could ]halve wI'i' i' II 'h la Ijituk, 'Tlhi'y ' Writ IIri y 1' liii iskinig the ijti'sltiiin, for ttlne and .il hail hut solvi liihi 'hhlh. TIhait .s \hllat she si-a I'litdl'. "N llth 'er flesh tiir' fowul lor g)ooti' red herrlnl Tl., I'l* mllore shei ni ltks ]lte mall , I nexli. nbI~ leb~ aie hll'r m ~tJiv.J'S In thi' joisitig tiii'' ti,'i't, i'r s1{'t'kiolrig i a ' 'lltlts' ciroi'islly unlt citrntl a ensaLtion It i.. reallly t , , 1 ' on l ,y p ·h)ihle rinl., Ih l t, lk ls ll J miC lly, ( os'nltlllll lly--lbut w h] II s ril'l. sh1,, . l,\y',? Wadiesp lltoi ted Ciant tires. II 'i \'3''i lI', .,lll' ...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 3 May 1902

I HEARD AND SEEN ON AND OFF THE STAGE .. - * C COMING ATTRACTIONS. * i* Sutton's Broadway. * * Sunday, Monday and Tuesday * # night-The Frawley company in * * in Missura." * -* Wednesday and Thursday nights * Y+ -The Frawley company in * * "Alabama." * *; Friday night and Saturday mati- * * nee-The Frawley company in * . "Brother Ofmcers." * *. Saturday night--The Frawley * ". company in "Blue Jeans." * * Maguire's Grand Opera. * * Dark. * K - Union Family Theater. * *. May 4--"The White Elephant," for - * one ,week. * * --* Anaconda-Margaret Theater. * - McEwan, the hypnotist, May 5, 6 * * and 7. * -1 Williams & Walker, May 10. SUCCESSFUL theatrical managers who come West for the first time frequently wonder how it is that plays that met with phenomenal success in the East do not re ceive the same enthusiastic receptions in the West. This has been to some extent the ex perience of the "Way Down East" conm pany that concluded an engagement at the Broadway this week and the dis a...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 3 May 1902

I ·- ------------- I -I ,i .~ I_ ..... I l Mystery No Longer Shrouds Farmous Centerville Ghost Wandering in the gloaming 'and "The Story of Mary Mac Lane," the Extracts from the latest literary the dawning in her search for ook that rivals Ella W eeler sensation disclose, the writ the• .awn in hWilcox's Famed prod ublions ,r's supernatural appearance the devil Miss MacLane ap- establishes dent ty of the er natural appeara peared as an apparition to the spectre. In her wanderings and her people of the suburb. "No vigils on the lonely wind people of the suburb. ",No 'Rest ,ýF' Ithe W/eary." swept mountain sides. M L' 'II'll no lounger enshroilds lthe ientlty of thil gh sl thai has hoii inteit I'iintervill o and the titd'.in e t miollntiiilni il4. Thl.s ghosIt iw.il only an unhailly girl Peilhing fill tt del vil und \\i s: MAiRY M.Incl.ANI. In hiir hopethless, tnni ld ning for:r, tfo a relincarnat'd., devil, tMiss M. ,l,;ne h iln.t wV.anderr'( d ilrulough t'entervll l lle. Sh11e hI: wa...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 3 May 1902

, ooosa 060 FRANK. H. CLINTON. ESTEEMED L EADINCr HNIGlHT (Speclal to Inlter Mountain.) A NA C(' O N D A. May S.--.Anaconda Lo'dge No. 229, 11. P. O. E., 'was organized Matl'h 27. 1900, with 102 charter nemihbers; or, ratther. it ,was re organized, for the original lodge of that nutmber was ortganized hdlx or seven years .l'ore, antd a.fter two year's became in :vli'ce, anI remailned s) for four or lvoe Al pr,' sat it is one of the most Ihourishing lodtges In the state, and hras t.l.rolled upon its books the names of 175 It'Iembe'rs in godl standing. 100 of whom ha\vet expr sIedi their intention of nlttend Ing the grand lodge meet in Stilt Lake this summer. Newly Elected Officers. At ihe renent election olli'cers for the e'tuing year were chosetn as follows: iDr. T. J. McKenzie, exalted ruler: Frank If. c'lhitun, esteemeld lealing knight; 4'Er'.·r P. Hl unter, estenemed loyal knight: .Litmes. [I. Thomnp'on. es'temed lectutring Itilht; I,. L. La Itose, secretary; A. C. .1et't 'allum,...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 3 May 1902

M O ANA I PROSPECTS 1 A SOCS ASD IIN S TPU tI I TIE MAKE T __ M ,1 1 1 IIIIU L W I c IS A GR[AI MINE 80 SAYS 0. E. BARNES OF THE KING-BARNES GROUP. WILL RIVAL THE TREADWELL Million-Dollar Bond Will Expire Next Month, But It Will Be Taken Up by the Holders Muen Ore. Clai 'encC E. ItarnlelS, onIle of thi Io n\\C': of the lIarn..s-lKing rnllm in this Iantip, was recently hi (I'reti Falls, itllld ti s In t',rvlewed by the I.,eatllr. in Ithe cItur' of his chat he said: "I consh.iler the minte ' the I;l'g't in the country ainywh-re, , aitd I aI : ott.O tilettt it will rival the falnous Tredw'1 minll,' with further de\vel,,lpmn1t. The mlillion dollar honi] which is h,.hi till the prop crty will run Iout ii Jilill, and I on -atlsflth' it will he tak,.n uip at that time. VWhther it is or not, ts1111 fig Urle with us, as t hI liitt- mill h I l, we atrt. workhtg on tihe prop,,tri" tt tihte present time is clearing over $2:,,1001 a lmonth folir' if, 1u111 th'll' !s a s11 lild tlunl tlain of ore...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 5 May 1902

BUTTE INTER MOUNTAIN. VOL. XXII. NO. 42 BUTTE, MONTANA. MONDAY EVENING, MAY 5, 1902. PRICE FIVE CENTS V n o un m m m N .2 nnnTP u,~l'IN stunP~ anNIYG uamA nmnmiu nn01 PRC •IV mn m msn |•mu inulam utn BUILDING BURNED IN NEW YORK SEVERAL WOUNDED, TWO KILLED 'IRE SUPPO8ED TO HAVE START. ED FROM A LIGHTED CIGAR ON THE FIRST FLOOR. COTTON BURST INTO A BLAZE Panic Ensued as Boon as Fire Became Known and Several Jumped From the Windowe-Spread Rapidly From the First Floor-Death Resulted From Burns and From Sufocation. (By Associated Press.) New York, May 5.-Two perished and several were wounded by a fire that gutted the building at 304 Pearl street occupied by the Eureka Bedding com pany. The dead: ANNIE BLOTCHER, 10 years old. JOHN LYNCH. The injured: Ethel McGrath, burned, probably fatally; Katie Wadsworth, An nie Gilroy. The fire started on the first floor near a number of stair pads and cotton, ap parently from a lighted cigar or cigar ette stub. The cotton burst into a blaze, the stair...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 5 May 1902

STOLE HIS BRID[ CJENLSB GIRL ABOUT TO BE WED IS SPIRITID AWAY. WEALTHY NEW YORK CHINAMAN Zighbinders Do the Trick After Being Refused Some Money by the Prospective Bridegroom-To Run Down Kidnapers. (Ily Associated 'l'('ee.) New York, May l.-W\ee Lung F'ong, a beautiful c'lhineett girl who was bicoughit to New York three w'ektkS ago to heco.:oer the wife of Ling Foy, cc wealthy Ninth Etl'eet tea mnc'rchant, haN becten kidiltped by highblnders and intense cexcitement lrevaicls in Chinatown. The eerenlonly wcase to h|eve Ihenln por formed at the' .loss houlee In Mlltt sl reetl at nlll niKhl t lndtl (xttlliv, i'l'ep'leteil';tiloeln had been made for the ,event. Ling has nt been toldl of the deIlaeip pearance of hix fle.,nee. anid will ble ketli in ignorance' until thee In.t momenllt in hopes that thi girl li may iCe rounll. Iing Foy Is the w lIthlest ('hlinnmlIn in New Yol'k. :\Having fmlade ia fortolunle' li' hal been livinig Ic luxury for years. Nea' r Hlnelg Kcllg lllleg l],oy sal ' ...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 5 May 1902

Montana's largest (ircery, Aprl 3 On e-Fifth Saving If you could reduce any of your expenses, say house rent, for In stance, one-fifth, you would surely do It, wouldn't you? Well, you can reduce your grocery bill one-fifth by dealing with us. We are very careful In our state ments, and would like you to try cash buying and prove our wordse, Quaker Flour Is the finest product of the twen tieth century's art of milling. If you do not conrlder it the finest flour you have ever used we will refund your money In full and take the balance of the flour back. Per 100, $2.75: sack ............$1.40 Fine bread flour. Per 100, $2.45: sack ......... ...............$1.25 Raltson whole wheat flour-12. pound sack 50c; 24%-pound sack ......... ................$1.00 Pure . old-faihloned buckwheat flour, the real article-24%,% pound sack, $1.10; 10-pound sack .............. ............50e Yellow or white cornt alt-24%-S pound sack, 60c: 10-pound sack ...... ............. .......30e Rye flour or rye ...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 5 May 1902

DAILY INTER MOUNTAIN :ssued VOery Evenlnl, Except Iundai. INTER MCUNTAIN PUBLISiINO CO Address all mall to Inter Mountalin Publishing company. tC West Granite Street. Butte. Mont. Otliclal Paper of Slver .'ow County and City of Butte. SUIt3CRIPTION RATES. Per year, by mail, in advance......$7.50 E *' rarrler, per month................ . 7 MONDAY, MAY f,, 1901)2. ]utte lost thi ganme wIith Slp,,kaltno Sun day. Iut this is only In tI,'sl'.nlrian i 'illti the tradition of iullto i' Irest on Itt' Sabbath day. In our "'Fr'e t'rim.'. c .l" ii llt y t t (,tr teaptindent :.1k. fit inf.r 'rtltion ii ri - gtrd to the pl~nl.lt tatux lo thI, lliinz,. lIraskettt DUIlanarei .turotly .c',niett'y. %\' itte muthl nfrt hii that it htst nII Stfil' tu to1'1 slp a cd f. Still i om e of oIurl' rl,:iJ rl· mIay ave othr icrnformation. 'hlie nmotrtgage i, Iit'I iLn $illl.Vr Hlw ('tunlty i ,isiws th il l u'tlliiy I i Ulilti' llt in a buainexs snItse. I)iIiltuig tie' yrlIt'l past h itr wtr' , u1}it 21 iiirt g...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 5 May 1902

IN Tni FAMILY CIRCLE There's nothing so conducive to real enjoyment as good music. Certainly no well regulated home should be without a piano. That is to say, a high-grade instrument-a Vose for instance. None better made. The Vose piano is not only perfection of construction, tone and action, but also of handsome design and beautiful finish. Not so expensive, either. Cash or installments. Montana Music Co. 119 N. Main Street pingpong Championship Game of Ping-Pong to be played in our show window, Saturday evening. May 10. The two young ladies that receive the most number of votes by Sat urday morning, May 10. First prize will be a $12.00 set Ping-Pong. Second prize, a $5.00 Set of Books. Girls to be between the ages of 12 and 17 years. MONTANA BOOK CO. COr. Park ane Academy Sts. I VOTE FOR Miss Table Tennis Prices to Suit Everybody 75c Per Set And Upwards Extra Balls fer Plug Pong. Base. ball Goods, all kinds, all prices. New Stationery. New Books .....EVANS' BOOK STORE..... 134 Nor...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 5 May 1902

MON[Y IN MAILS KAY SEND NEW CURTRENCY BY AFFIXING A STAMP. SYSTEM HAS FEW ADVANTAGES Simplicity Recommends It, But It Also Possesses Serious Disadvantages That May Fail to Make It S Popular With Public. (10lt in (.lll l'.'.. hlterOlnlP a 1]ilW it will ''II' 313.'l 33331333' 334 t i ndr aw3 y 3'.i3 n333' tlil I i ,3I'I313, ]'II'Il It'I' |,, ,(oi n )i i l l' 4 )I 11'Y th ro u gu -h tlh , lll si.," .a hl I o'31 1 .in' 1s t,'3r (icoigs'e Irh thi3 m13 nitrlniliK. "A ll you w ill 33 ., i( n do 1 13 1111 i ' li h . I 1 ai Stump olli o3~e of I n(' w Il.ll. il3', ¶ 443 3Or five-dliollari Idli.s, i l .l it I4t411 you11i iniptiao l i, m3k,' the1 hll 3 ,,33333 '. toll i Iiiay desig~natled pe'rs,,n .t alny dt..l.ignatd po1o3lV3 '13 hy 1 r tn1333 ii 133 . ln3 3.. 10 ' ]pruthled folr thatl upoe l puiIm tfr it hi arn Tl he' bIlls w ill hi, 33gu3.1 1 3lar 3 l'ri r l. nI 111 wilheued As watch as ln , V. l1 ih I I' 335331 3IH ..11'' 1 13,4I 333i 0 i s 133' 51ll3 s' ' 'l' l~i'33113i3 1 113314 1.131 11 ...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 5 May 1902

MORTiAO[ f(iUR[S INTERESTING STATISTICS GLEAN ED FROM COUNTY RECORDS. THIS MAY BE A BIG YEAR First Four Months Shows More Instru ments Filed Than for Some Years Cancellations, Howevek, Have Nearly Equalized Filings. Mortgagen are regarded as an Indica tion of bad times to many people. In the farming states, when mortgages are nu merous on the farms, it Is generally re garded as Indicative of an unprosperous condition of affairs, and the opinion is well founded according to the industrial and social economists. Whether the same rule applies to a mining region or not is not so clear, al though In all probability a similar prin cipal underlies the condition of affairs in both places. In Butte the mortgage Is a lively thstl tution, judging from the number of mortgages placed upon property hitre in a year. An inspection of the mortgage books In the county clerk's office reveals the fact. In 1901 there were 897 real mortgages filed and recorded in County Clerk West on's office. The number...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 5 May 1902

Tnhmj WIM BUTTE HAS MADE 6000 5HOW ING IN THE OPENING GAMES No Games Today--Pacific League Teams Traveling--Butte and Seattle Tomorrow. 'laking three , out of lIve from .pluljtane is not had for the iopining srl'lis. It Is a good showing for ithe tulte tearn. Mie Closkey has an aggl'regation if hitte(rs, but it appears that the teaml Is a trille weak on ittheirs. (lay wast hit harl y,.s terday, til so wias Iiturns. 'They rlle' both younllg, howover, lanld Imaly Work out. The Butte tlean is traveling today. Tormorrow thell ltts olpenll fir It . rl, s of five games with .lattle. It rill b here that the real struggle of the oi'lniittg gamnes will be (Ion. Butte opens with Seattle tolnorlow, Portlalnll with Spokane ait LSpok;ane. aond Helena with Taotrmi tit the latter, plate. Ilelena seetIms to have it giood aIlt, but FlannIery's inen have playeld Ili vid edilly hard luck from the start. How It Was Done. Spkantue, May 5.-. ipokan(n took the last game of the sio les flr.ol Hutt.t by :sl...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
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