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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 17 May 1902

Newsy MO 'o Doings of Happenings the Past Week of the Ain Entire State. Ay Society. .osFem.Fn. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Bozeman, May 17.-The annual art ex hibit at the art department of the Agri cultural college opened Wednesday afternoon. The walls were covered with the work of the students, which was Mrs. Earl Roper of Bozeman. much admired by the visitors who were present. The students have made rapid progress under the instruction of Mrs. F. E. Marshall and have done work in black and white, oil, water-colors, clay model ing and wood carving. Besides the plc tures the rooms were very prettily deco rated with potted plants and statuary. Light refreshments were served by the Misses Houston and Mills. Mrs. F. E. Marshall and Miss Lila Har kins entertained the members of the Contemporary club at the art rooms of the Agricultural college Monday even ing. The event was a costume party and was much enjoyed. Mrs. Marshall and Miss Harkins received their guests as a Japanese lady and...

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. — 17 May 1902

Club Women C (' Women Suf Finish LU fr.e Is Their BTopic of Winter Work. (? S Conversation. II'I.DO)M is abnut to cnljy a reslpite from Its winter's v'work. The Homer club hats already adjourned and others will follow, elosling espec('tively upon Itheir last meeting days in May. Juvenile club. b tIle ltys' ,lub indi ) thlt Butte lirls' club will, hIil lver, rentlllln active lrilg the summer. They Itllend to osiudy dlra1Wing, sketchlllng, el'., andl fitlel nte i plan Innt Is well a it trofit Scoeiiil h 431 i cc ii.( llltt H \Vl1 '(I II 1 l' ,ll. able sehson of work. Some sphe ndid resulti hove \ or.nl alchieved by the 1Iadjournnlltg clubs during the season juIst pIMased, Uland they lr,'i ablout to enljoy at well-earllned rii , noit, CARRIE CHAPMAN-CATT, At the Head of the National Suffrage Movement. hOW,\ciE l, IIltirely fI'le f.ull the cnilllti'll plaltil of next year 'i lork, which, In o1 4111t1111 i ce , have ailrady b3.nl" phansed. Hea,. Mrs. Catt. Snlhi' ally frtillut'te have Ie...

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. — 17 May 1902

All the The Sta e World,. # * COM1ING ATTRACTIONS. . * * * * lSutton's Broadway. * * Dark. * * Union i amily Theater. * * Four nights and Sunday matinee * . -"Mabel Beath." 9 * Maguire' Grand Opera. * * Dark. * [-IHERE has been much said, pro and con, about the Northwestern Theatrical association of which the Broadway theater in this city is a part. But out upon argu ncnts and theories. It is the result we look at. And what has been the result in this instance? Why, simply this: More good, first class attractions have been secured for LL' M f9-,°: .f F . '~* PB3DEBIC8 WA DE Be Wll' ay Aain IthTame Nex Eeaon. James and Warde will be togeth'e again next season. This is Certainly'. a e'rong combination and should make one of the strongest d1awing cards on the road throughout this section of the west. David Tralitel, now managing Mr. this city during the season just closing than during any other previous one. And that ,s what we all want-the best. Of iourse, there have been some poor on...

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. — 17 May 1902

Whist Pastime BreeZy Gossip Overland Minstrels Theatre Party of a Week AmonJune Weddings Catholic Fair Pleasant Dances Ping-Pong the Society Folk. Society Home Personal and General Chat of the Doings of the People, Their Arrivals and Departures and Whom* They Are Entertaining This Week, ()C'1E'I'YS Inrsat'nss, hisish have IShoo flu' H(ot v'iI w.1114'kx lI1, tta S 'rsI ig Ihe sands of t it a lewrt at so (51 (III 14I4.P·L, are appt'oa hlgIn in oais.s, Thoss' who have V sell is (5Ii wi'nterintg islon iaiI Ie shiM18 -IIIlil of iistihllhorn ('aIlfstl nlst 5n111( ll. Iit, iti f435te slittrn o eward, s twhltow l~tsrsI ssI 'l slhlet fsatilt- Ik stiet ofsii thei 15ts'14 is whiII ' Iosls ss i Itsss I, Ilsst' jsr111 ir sa til' Is l s.lll ssl s'll 1sr4. l g D n ll$H of Itil 1511155, s rllllltt nsrt 'I' ' and :1Ihf . (''P lT)lll iks hale re-ll li~ ttrev 11111 lot- h \\ilt rom. irc· l,,iK, wilns, pait (I/il laIll hall= :111( I, 11.' XIr J lung, 1111 11lt MISS SADIE R. MncCARTHIl. S, Vrr°l'l sIl, ...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 17 May 1902

------ --- -- -- - ------- 2 ;·· --- ~ r ~ ~ ~ -rsn ~ .· .~~ ~~·' rt ··r Bird's eye View of Mtssou/a, Montana's Prettiest Town. fHow Boeer Prisoners are Guarded m Thomas D. Butterfield, a Butte man, has recentJy returned from a trip to the A crmuda islands where the English gov ernment is holding a number of its Doer captives. Mr. Butterfleld tells some very interesting stories of his trip and of the strange prisoners who are congregated there. Fretful ever at their exile the captives line the shore of the rock bound island and strain their eyes across the broad Atlantic towards their old homes on the South African veldt. It is easy for Mr. Butterfleld to talk of the Bermudas, as he is himself a Ber mudlian by birth though 'he claims the lpotection of the Stars and Stripes as an Americlan citizen. "I left New York the 13th of Novem 1r." said he this morning, "and arrived at the islands the 16th. "You can have little conception of the appearance of the Bermudas after leav ing this co...

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. — 17 May 1902

REAL ESTATE TIPS FOR HOME BUILDERS SOON TO BE E,,TL. REAL ESTATE DEALS OUTSIDE OF dUTTE SCARCE, SAYS THOMAS 3. W. Thomas, of Maoiley & Thomnlis Co., retu'ned from a trip to Man Fran cisco and the Kound rcountry the nearly part of the week. Mlr. Thoman4 hldl aL feeling of uneasilnrss tilout the, ftllute'R of Butte when he left for the trillp, but after makingl the r'ouoln. he i eibligee to acknowledge. that therel Ie lett o.lnel Ilautt. Notwilltcatlnng lie qtlrlat tilneee Io Illttt and the peeialntliltic howl geelig up frem ntatulral knltkeere, Itut te 1i thte bteet city iii thie \\(eIt, indt thie tliheltest. Mer. Theelntc. vii tetd MIn FIrnelee1, l'erllettnde. et, t it lll (d Mtelleekll ll ', tilnt whcice en.e it hI t tlle llitig mldlt ly i1nd btlinelle 1s active, ctll ea kaeieg nen'eeIltelliiv.ely heet one eef thie iti'ie mletlletlnetl hehtetiih;4 ti owe with tIltti'. In iiv ,liOg the 'es llt litl e.stat Ht ntlla i tllee r. T'hrlc ilect c.llet r I te nII.r .[Ollllfl1 ll',+' 111...

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. — 19 May 1902

.THE BUTTE INTER MOUNTAIN VOL. XXII NO. 53 Weather Forecast. BUTTE, MONTANA, MONDAY EVENING, MAY t9, 1902. Cool, Fair Weather. PRICE FIVE CENT COAL MINERS ARE KILLED BY AN EXPLOSION One Man Escapes By Being Blown Out of the Mine. ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY OTHERS ARE DESTROYED Flames Now Issuing From the Shafts and Vent Holes Make It Probable That All of the Miners Met Almost Instant Death-Rescue Parties Are Unable to Make Any Headway on Account of the Gas and Heat. (Ily A<,ecited Press.) Ennxville, 'fcnn., .May u). .1 special to tttw Sentinel says the Fratr,'ille and Thistle c2 mines at (lil ('reek, Tent,. ext'iledl fli' morning. (I'ly our 21man e icaped, he I ehg blown ont of the mine. About 3oo mien were at werk in tie mine,. tnie', are now issuing from mnuth',an d 11ent holes. (lenrge N. ('campci pritend'i i t of 2 l mine,. gcv' i eiatlt, ent l n tini.lti ilig iti 11h' her of killed in both mines at 212. No one Ito, been rescued. 'The Fratetille coal min, is located in 'iii decrso...

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. — 19 May 1902

COMPROMISE HAS BEEN SUOGESTED MOVEMENT TO DISRUPT AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR HAS NOT BEEN COUNTENANCED. WANT AN INDEPENDENT ORGANIZATION MADE UP Attack on the National Body Came on the Recommendation of the Executive Providing for Charters Direct prom Chicago-Great Work Proving 1 oo Heavy a Burden for the Local Order. (Ily Associated Prtsv.) Chicr.vo, Iny I,.- A1 mnov me]nt o i~ rupt the Ami eri;in Ft"lde'.2tion (it' i2 lUnai " began by the l hi.ago .ede.iration2 h; not been co2untenanic2ud' by the 1 11l holly an2l a compromise latis h22 i at! ell. The 22tt21ck (.i. the nation 2 l hI lv 121 222 up in ;I recotnsrniation by the exct tiVC Coll2 nilter I not 2 i Ing ft r Cl II er' IIl rect '2om the I hi . go bodsly. 'I "- r o for Ihr propos2 2 I 21 pattur1 'V: I' h 12t.Ii greet w2ork of irr, ovation w221 provI. 2 ; too 2 . i2 v a h 1222t12 for th2 lot2' b1. dy an I I d It a'nIs l it r th '2222I2it I'ono ii 22 a dv i s ,' wvhirb - t h,ý 1 hIla;o I'.h ma can b," rein sii'r'l for II- t 2...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 19 May 1902

lostana's Largest droQery, May I1 Lutey s Cream Coffee Served free tomorrow A -Mouthful of Flavor in Every Sip e . . ........ " 3 1=2 Pounds $1.00 2 1-2 Pound Can 75c Per Pound 30c J.U TE Y *ROTHEflS GOOD GROCERIES CHEAP 47 W. Park. Phone 68 inOZOONI C (Malt Extract.) Has not that skkening sweet taste, but has tart wlae flavor. Stromberg.Muldns Co., Distributers, Butte, Mont Umbrella Weather Nice selection of ladles' umbrellas, natural wood handle, sterling trimmed, gloria silk.......... $2.50 And from that in real silk up to................. .$20.00 Fine line men's umbrellas, natural wood handle, gloria silk. as low as................ $1.50 In real silk with fancy handles, up to................ $12.00 JEWELER LIYS OPTICIAN Owsley Block, Butte. Every Womai as nt outd mind 4vanht rf i MARVEL ,hilu Spratq r h urlew wDataeia a-Saent itn addren pos prenid eat i on ttr voi'cite Raa r oar r d 1 lbt Moot. hM iniaL y ee Th o h ether bit rtd ii tea mn for 1ic will bate ,ive haot -helud lioe ...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 19 May 1902

DAILY INTER MOUNTAIN Issued Every Evening, Except Sunday. INTER MOUNTAIN PUBLISHINO CO. 4 ® c1 5 Adtlress all mail to Inter Mountain Publishing compiany. 26 WVest Granite 'treet, litutte. MoInit. Official Paper of Silver Iinw County atl City of Ititte. StlUltli~l'TI'tN H'ATES: Per year, by maii in advance .......$7 5i Bly carrier. per tnil t .... ........ 75 TELI:.,'lllONE \t'.11tl1 14$: ]Glitari:,l 14m nis.........4 , (.1 rintg" listsiness 1 tlice ..........,..1' I t rin;;) MO1NI)AY, MAY t1), 11)2. l11 N i you Sec a fly sh- *npoing thj u:in<lrui from I li. tnil spot ith It is fruit lot",. it i. :1 '.il;n II .prim;. 'I his plcasinl; h:Itbl n:er of the twin"l < a.~ Ii~c, nil yct h et-t iii r"v' -l in Ititt. hut is amxino i-ly awacit cl. c ii a rcei nI uli n iil of the A'iii ri n 'ci it:itt-le of Mis ti'ti I ntil iert , hir, i hit ,' ' t hi -, :t n~ I. w ort y d' motnstratinif wa" gki tn. :,iled b th} Ili, reen1 of the ".a in w , ell tli, 1,t li,,:u y I'll,.1 w r l Illit I.i l :...

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. — 19 May 1902

You have always meant to buW a STEINWAY Piano that is your ideal. You don't know how the idea came to you t!.at Stelr.ways are the best. We can tall you. It is PaubIc OpriIeoin Na one told you to. The world says so, and when the Steinway goes home ycu will know why better every day. Montana Music Co. 119 North Main St Sole Agents The Story of Mary MacLane Now on sale. Only a lImited num ber, Buy now Purce $1.50 Montana Book Co Cor. Park and Academy. Fishing Tackle New Flies, New Poles, New Lines, New Leaders, All Kinds of New Tackle. Baseball Goods Balls, Bats, illtts mnd Masks*--all prices from the cheapest to the best .....EVANS' BOOK STORE..... 124 North flain Street, Butte. Dixon's Silica Graphite Paint For Smelters, lloiqts, Roofs and Warehouses. The only pItiimnt wh'o will posl tively rIesit the hrtion of sulphuric acid, or the cli miat action of enmelter fumes. Will covOr more surface, wear longer, and pro et Iron lttter than any other paint known; hence it is the cheapest in...

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. — 19 May 1902

HOT SPRINGS CROW STRAGfELY COLDER BELIEF THAT THE RECENT MAH TINIQUE EflUPTION IS BEING FELT IN MONTANA. TEMPERATURE CHANGES IN NUMEROUS SPRINGS Watcr B~econmes So Hot That It Has to Be Cooled, But R'cently It H-as Grown Cold and No Explanation Is Given for Phenomena-School of Nlincs Lxlpeit to lnvestigate. it, h lt tIa hik o ': iin witg' bl at p '''lt .11no I tin ' g imiie thtril t' titi Eith tgt it' inuii'i nI I ii lt lilt wIt rt i y I 1 i i l o'it I s O i .t -g ; i i0 Io hit oo t-.-r lin i - *I wit lt it, I la y t i iii gi igttk- ht lt jg lth ' Iviggr ii li unvnie ' m a 'o iun ' It BlWate Neote Coapd. liv iligll b tf I'. gig' r I 'the eit at i Itpurbvv 'lu 'it ';gt ' g, \e t I tu- Ii a lilt''i lt tha g t' i''I i '''t'r I ''l lag' er t'g' lu g it hlitp Itr ul . I ' ti Itt iti , I Itht- tt'I h- I t''in's atur' rtigi l'ltgi ithi n I g 't hug'.l tier ut'Ivl' t 'Ilt vali. gi a " iantgrgig- kel t ht ~gI itt cetittl. lv gIg g.''ituy' pg thiiggtl that lit ttav e EIN1E DEFIES THE OROER OF...

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. — 19 May 1902

BREWERS GAIN VICTORY As predicted in the Inter Mountain Saturday the Butte brewers gave in to the demands of the men and hereafter the malsters and brewers of this city will receive $4 a day for their services. What the brewers in the other citics of the state will do now is the question which they alone must answer. Charles Kessler, secretary of the state association, is reported to have given it out in Butte that he also intended to give in to the demands of the men, while S. R. Jensen of Great Falls was strong in iis an nouncement that he would fight it to the bitter end. Brewer Holtenhoff of the Anaconda . ý ý "` :ýi/ . . iý~ ý sL _ý .-nr4 A Group of Brewery Employee at the Leading Brewery of Butte. Pictured by Ward, Inter Motuntain Staff Photographer.) brewery will also give the $4 a day rate and the people of the Smelter City are in no danger of going dry on that score. Victory for the Men. In all. the men have been successful. They have gained for the bottlers of the state th...

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. — 19 May 1902

211s Played ivs'Weather Writers Base Ball Trap Work Anaconda Coing Spoils uggers Opening ON THE COACHING LINE Surely there's somuthing incentiary about iasihall Ka1nes now1atnays. It is certain that smile saltt of millut lt f is working against thic teams andumpninres ill the I'atciic Noret lest iengte. Stitteliting or other inltinen e in', icii to himavl union '. a lid to the 'ist u cl ndi ljt it ' lt' o titt' ty mw :ll vtrythin ct in < sic wills a genn t of hasteball lorst at I ut iiutltt I Ip in Sliti'anc Itht r t li( pli ctit i ll kicks t il l u' 'I M ll~In tl i, l i' l it n ' I Tire ki Pss suiona te e visiting ito.tnls II Iam n .tnllmu- is detunor t h i it ' it''m , tl1t at ld t! til ts I i' ii i's it Ii liii' turn Itt g Ii Ing l w dt ti'isins atI ilst the hlnte it : .It liII. is ai l t iltn' 11 from li ta tnta L It it : i t \\hl' n i tl slati' . twtith t < riti ti. 1.1' I g tti'tu' i It s lithm t l It' it bit' s a 1 ti'.1 1 i 'the Iti ll i t i, t t it' it'h r I :I titi '...

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. — 19 May 1902

THE INTER MOUNTAIN'S ANAC0NA DEPARTMENT SCHOOL TRUSTEES PICKING - TEACHERS CORPS FOR NEXT YEAR SELECTED BY THEM AT THEIR LAST REGULAR MEETING. PROFESSOR KOONTZ IS NOT HEEDED BY BOARD Smelter City Principal Also Had Some thing to Say Against the Teacher of Languages But It Is Not Improbable and Hold His Job for Another Year. < .ocen lto Iter Mountain.) Anate.da, May t9.-At a meeting of the school board. held last Saturday night, the corps of teachers for next year was chosen with the exception of an instructor of languages, which was deferred until next Saturday, when the botird will hol another session. Professor Koontte the supteritlt etlent, submitted a cottuntication, which was attached to the report of the comilittee on teatchtrs. in which he recottntended a com plete change in high school instrtetors. save nie. [Tle exception was l'ritcipal J. II. Walker. The pr esent hivh school teachers were retained, however, and will he assigned to the gi aila schools. a Proftnsor Redele...

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. — 19 May 1902

NEWS Of MONTANA STORIES 0! PROSPECTS BUTTE COMPANY AFTER NEW MINES HAS SECURED THE AMAZON AND HAS OPTION ON THE GEM, JESSE AND OTHERS. BONDING MANY CLAIMS AND LOOKS FOR MORE New Copper Company Going Into the Mining Business on an Extensive Scale and Has Already Several Paying Prop erties-Eastern Men Have Others in View and Will Buy or Lease. In the near futur, lutte iwill have a plrln liI repre-sentatino of ii)1ub tantha min int! conpasnics if thel work now in progress d;Ies ilt by any hliik or crook slip a cog. I lii lhiiite It iolpp r cio ipany, which wai of rming. ;I nly a shot time ago andI is mini owi principally of Fa rk rn .n. is honrlng toral clmarnrs.and from informa;tion olbtain;Jble has to t y; t rceachcrl thll cnal of it, <trine. It is doing bursine s thtorl sh I Iarry 1 ; Ip < o; has had roach cxpe ri ocuc in Mort lint of work. Extensive Leases. In nablition to sl-curing a leas, and1 honel ont the Ain:zon and othe r gioodl claims on the Ea;st Fihlc, it h:;s an opt...

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. — 20 May 1902

THE BUTTE INTER MOUNTAIN VOL. XXII NO. 54 Wether Forecast. BUTTE, MONTANA, TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 20, 1902. Fair, Probable Showers. PRICE FIVE CENT S RECOYEA THE BODIES FROM BURNING COAL MINE Only Thirty-four Corpses Thus Far Been Taken Out of the Great Shaft. BUILD MONUMENT IN HONOR OF THE DEAD Air Is Being Pumped Into the Mines But the Stench From the Burning Bodies Inside Is Unbearable-As Near as Can Be Learned There Are One Hun dred and Eighty-seven Dead. tily AS,.5 O IA'T:D I HI':;S.s.1 Coal C'reek, T"ln.. May 20.- The hodies of 34 victims of the terrific expllosion at the Fratervile coal mine yesterday lay in the old supply store ready for burial today. All the bodies will be buried ini the cemetery just cast of town on a litt!c mound where the L'nited Mine W\orkers of America will lie asked to raise a fund to build a imonument to the dead. Five hliuncdred women were present to identify the bodies, if possible. 'h lie burials beg:ian at noon, als sonll of the bodies were trrn an...

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. — 20 May 1902

ANOTHER CHAPTER IN OIYORCE CASE MRS. ROBERT SHULTZ APPLIES TO THE COURT FOR ALIMONY AND ATTORNEY FEES GOES INTO HYSTERICS WHILE ON WITNESS STAND Woman Tells Her Troubles to the Court and Finally Gives Away to Her Feel ings and Is Borne Screaming From the Courtroom-She Is Allowed Ali mony and Attorney Fees. (r.I''tE( IA TO INT1RI MOt'NtAIiN.t Dillon, May ao.--Another chapter was added to the I)ewey acid throwinii today when the application of Mrs. RIobert Shultz for alimony and attorney's fees catnle up for a hlearillg. The plaintitff, Robert Shultz, ldeniedl the allegations of his wealth as set lorth by his wifc and stated that hI' had practi cally not hiig; that all the prtilory ini his pirssion was hell in trust for A. M. Malison.; that lhe hadl to borrow inemty to ~,.11e to I)illon and that his saloon bu o.i. s. harTly paidl his exptenses. \lhe. Mrs. Shutltz took thlie stnl sihe poIt f.iltli a villl'y (f woils tcllllig tile jutle of the condition of ali.irs at D)e.."y anl of lie ...

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. — 20 May 1902

Moatana's Largest Grocery, May 2 Cream C--offee Served Free. Try a cup of Cream Coffee tomtor: row-we want your opinion about it. It is a perfect blend of the cream of good coffees and roasted "just right." We believe it beter coffee than is usu ally sold at 4oc and even at 45c a pound. Cream coffee would give per fect satisfaction at 4oc a pound. but we are noted for selling good things cheap, so our price is only 3oc a pound. CREAM COFFEE--A mouthful of flavor in every sip-the kind we are serving free today--3 t- lbs., $i; a t-2 lb. can, 75c; pound ...... oc Steam Bakery Always a host of good things in this department to talk about. Just now there is a big run on our Strawberry Shortcake. per square .........5e All kinds of buns and sweetcakes, 2 dozen for ....................25c Quaker bread, 4 loaves or tickets 25c Nuts We are selling lots of those fancy large fresh roasted Jumbo peanuts, a quart for ...................Sc Finest large walnuts, pound ...... t S Mixed nuts, pound,...

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. — 20 May 1902

DAILY INTER MOUNTAIN Issued Every Evening, Except Sunday. INTER MOUNTAIN PUBLISHING CO. Address all mail to Inter Mountain Publishing company. a6 West Granite street, Butte, Mont. Official Paper of Silver Bow County anl City of Butte. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per year, by mail, in advance .......$7 51 ]By carrier, per month .... ........ 75 TE.IEPIIONIE NUMlBERS: Editorial Rooms.........428- 3 rings ) Business Office ...........428--(i ring) Tl'ESI)AY, MAY 2o, 1)12. Till. ne'w andt cheery faced Inter Motit taitn lakts iup for what May lack, in that partirul:ar. ()tri own local forecast r 'l t hlltd us to shape tlthese illlproveilmtltls so as to outset utiiavoraile weather cowrli tollns. \Vitvr it TrcIma loes refer to ithe Ittte bas.tlall teanl as the Mary Maclamel ? ()ur talll is likely to take adlvalltage of th(e suggestion ;all give atll opponentlits a taste of Mary'-. ,goodii andl great fri'riml iwhlii atidet in the region of a ptrpclturl and sulphuric Phetle. A irts ItMAN doing trhus...

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