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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 19 December 1895

ATTORNEYS AT LAW. DUIRFEE & BROWN. A'I'TOINEYiAn AT LAW. NOTARY PUBLICUS. Office-Opera HousIe Block, Sansome Street, PHILIPSBUI(I, MONTANA. ODGEIRS & 1O(101)ElS. ATTORNEYS AT., LAW. W. 13. Ilodgers. oflice in h('.cnt IH se. Doeer Lodge. HI. W. lodgers, office in McLeod block, PHILIPBlAURlG, MONTANA. DENTISTS. S. A. BROWN. DENTIST It'eeth extracted without pain by i new process. Teeth filled with the latest and best improved fillings. All kinds of dental olpera tions performed in the most perfect annlllr. All my work is first-class. Office, Hyde block. PHILIPSBUIRG, MONTANA. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS, R V W. GETTY, M. 1). PHYSItIAN AND SURlbiEON. IORoom and office at Dr. lleine's old stand. Day and night calls answered promotly. PHILI'PSBUIIG, MONTANA. W e. I, POWER, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURI(IEON. .UCalls promptly attended to day or night. Residence and hospital formoerly moccalcsed by Dr. W. H. Allen. Office in the McLeod llock. PHIILIPSBUlG, MONTANA. Office Hours: 9 amM.to 12...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 19 December 1895

@0 0 0 @ @ @ @ @ 0 @ @@ 0 @ 0 0 @ @ 000 @000 0@@ THE LAST CALL ON MOLIDAY GOODS Before another issue of this paper the all absorbing question will have been solved. The glad shouts of the children; the sweet smile of satisfaction that plays about the face of the wife, the mother or the sweet heart; the pang of regret that sweeps over the heart when we realize that we have been forgotten, will have told their story of joy and sadness. Christmas will have come and gone. With you let it be recorded as an opportunity improved for good. We have told our story about the mammoth stock and the magnificent assortment of CMRISTMAS GO0DS At such ruinously low prices that there is absolutely no excuse for not buying something. We have three Piano lamps that we wish to sell. We still have a few of the beatiful BASKET HAMIPERS. We have everything that can be imagined in the line of fancy aoods, Christmas and New Year ards PERFUMES, GOLD PENS, BOOKS, BIBLES, PICTURES, Picture Frames, Dressing Case...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 19 December 1895

ADMISSION OF UTAH C rtified Copp of the Constitution To Be Sent to Washintuon, It Is ('Comlldetily Asserted. Thlt the Proclalnationl for the Adtlllision of the Territory Into the Union WVill IRe Isued In 30 )llys. The certified copy of the c(onstitu tion of Utahl and the vote by which it was ratified by the people will be pre sented to the president, if he can be found, some time this week. It is con tidcutly expected, on infonnrmation re ceatly forwarded from Washington by IIon. Frank J. C(annon, that the proc lamatiou for the admission of the ter ritory into the union will be issued within thirty days. Then the incom ing authorities of the state are called upon to confront a troublesome ques tion arising from a singular omission that was made by the constitutional convention. Of course that body should have adopted a schedule fixing the time for the commcllelllell(nt of the first session of the legislative assembly; but for so1me muLaccountable reason it failed to do so. The usual...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 19 December 1895

RUBBER GOODS In This Particular Line New Goods Are Especially Desired. There Is No Old Stock in My Store, and in Rubber Goods a Large Invoice of New Stock from the Manufacturer Has ,Just Arrived. On y Oxc usah Boot C" cl o, Ea usie Boxoot and Sho e in the * *O and Shoe Sto n the County of Granite. McLeod Block, Plhilipsburg. County of Granite. H. Kelly, Mcrchant Tailor, Starts the Ball a Rolling! PRICES ON SUITS. OERCOATS, PANTS CUT IN TWO Just receiyed, a line of Fall and Winter Goods at very low prices, which enables me to make Suits from Overcoats from Pants from $.RO.OO SO.OO $6.00 Inll Latest Stlles, and a First-Glass Fit Claranteeld, J. A. AND J. B. FVEATHERMAN, NEW CHICAGO AND DRUMMOND. DEALERS IN FINE GROCERIES, DRY GOODS AND HARDWARE W. ,A Wood's Reapers, ]Vlowers and Rakes, HELE-ENA PRICES. · Twne Cheaper than Anybody. W. T. ALLISON G. V. SHERMAN FU!NITURE HOUSE CHAMBER SETS FANCY CHAIRS FRAMES ..... LOUNGES .... - UNDERTAKING - UPPER BROADWAY IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. PHILIPSB...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 19 December 1895

ARE YOU SATISFIED WITH YOUR CLOTHES? There is satisfaction in having them made to order by ANGUS JOHNSTON, the Merchant Tailor, Where you will find the largest and finest stock to select from. Only first-class work men employed, and his reputation for fair dealing is well tstablished. Fine Business Suits, .. $35 to $50 Dress Suits, ..... 45 to 60 Overcoatings, ..... 35 up M.E.EDWARDS -THE STAPLE AND FANOY CROCER Candy, Fruit, Nuts, Cigars and Tobacco. Masonic Building, Philipsburg, Mont. COLD LEAF BAKINC POWDER. 16 OZS TO LB-NOT 12. A Montana Production. Absolute ly Pure-Pree from Ammonia, Al Zkali or Alum. GOLD LEAF BAKING POWDER CO.. Philipsburg, Montana. iolde...r';... 1 0 Cash Must Accom 4Gold and Silver 1 00 Lead........... 100 pany all mail orders Walter W. Kroger, tASSAYER Philipsburg, Montana. St"Ofliee, one door east of Kaiser House J. A. MATTHEWS. The Dealer in HARNESS SADLES, WHIPS, ROBES, And everything in the harness line at the very lowest prices. Repairing Done. BROAD...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 26 December 1895

S.tate HIistorcal LiibPary 10 PGES THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. AG VOL. IX: NO. 48. PHILIPSB'URG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1895. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. MERRY CHRISTMAS, ALL1 * Men's Overcoats Arctics 6 Heavy Winter, - $15.00 to $20.00 Ladies' Misses' Storm. size 11 to 2, - - $ .75 50 Light Weights, Choice, 10.00 100 Pair Men's No. 6, - - - 1.00 50 Boys' - - - - 4.00 to 10.00 Men's Alaskas, = - .i0 SSMA 0 .5 Men's Lumbermen's, - - - - .50 *1 Children's SMOES 8j Handkerchiefs Handkerchiefs Gloves and Mittens Cotton, Linen or Silk, for Ladies, Gentlemen and Children. The Largest Stock in the Count~y of Granite, to Select From. * _N *Pýý- We still have a fine line of S"IiAre you going tolwear a Ne kwear CiL L.." g Sweater? U Suitable for Presents. How many ea tr Blue, Black or Tan, only ,2.50. * CHILD[REN UFound a Pair of these If you own the Silk S MO ES Dress come and get it New Year's morn. Christmas Morning sets, 50c. and 65c. * U S- WEINSTEIN'S -

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 26 December 1895

HELLO! HURRAH! HELLO! Here Is the Place to Buy Your GROERI ES CHAS. A. WILSON Your Old Reliable Grocer, who has done what he could for the town, staid with the town, is still in town, and sells his goods low down. If YoU Bd $25 Worth of Goods At regular prices, I'll give you either a Box of Apples, a Gallon of Wine, a Box of Cigars, or something gou). Then you can buy a Chicken or Turkey to suit. A ERRYI CHlRISTIAS TO ALL, May you all have good cheer, For Christmas comes but once a year. VlWhen making your rounds Please give us a call, We'll treat you well- W ave ihav e gocds to sell. Choie Sinclair Halms Bacon Oranges. Fruit of the Season. PIPES -AND CHOICE TOBACCO CHEAP PRICES WIN Home Products As Far As Pos sible, Our Motto. Climax and Rex, Gold Dust and Belle, U. S. and Pastry Flours, $1.50 to $2.50. Pitted Plums, 12 c Prunes, 10 to 12&c Apples, 12 c Pears, 12"c Peaches, 12ic Sugar at small margins Choice Sinclair Hams, Bacon and Lard Pickled Pork, ilc Salmon Bellies, 15c Pa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 26 December 1895

@000 o 000 o@@00 @-0 @0000@0000 To Every Man, Woman and Child in Granite County, We Wish You .A Happy and Prosperous New Year SCOMOOL BOOKS The New School House is about completed and we want you to know that we are headquarters for SGC-LOO SLL PPLIES : Pens, Ink, Slates. Pencils, Paper, Tablets, Copy Books,; Crayons, Erasers, Black board Slating, School Bags, and in fact a full line of EVF KRYTJIINI! REIUIRKD TO OUTFIT YOUR CIILDRKR FOR SGI4OOL W- iith a full knowledge of the fact that the first essential to a successful merchandizing business is to have goods to sell, in future as in the past, we shall continue to carry everything usually found in -A WELL REGULATEDI FPIRST- CLASS DRUG STORE Please remember that we have the Largest Stock of Cigars in Granite County, and that We Are Sole Agents for the Celebrated I. W. Harper Whiskey THAT WE HANDLE WINDOW GLASS BY THE CARLOAD That WE SELL nORE WALL PAPER Than Anybody The closing of a successful period in business, in mining, in pros...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 26 December 1895

The Old Man's Christmas. I Continued from Third Page.] a soft voice, and a pale, sweet face, and frail figure. She camen un to Anson English when she entered the house, and put her hands timidly upon his arms. "I want you to love me," she said ; "I have had no father'or mother since I can retmember. I want to call you father, and I want to make you happy if I can. " "Well, I'll tell you how, "'' the old man retortedl. "Discharge the hired girl, and make good bread. That'll make me happy,"-iand he laughed. harshly. Edith shrank from his rough words, so void of the symp)athy and love she longed for. But she discharged the girl within a week, and tried to make go:el bread. It was not a success, how ever, and the old man was not slow to express his dissatisfaction. Edith left the table in tears. "Another dribbler -'Liz'beth was always a cryin' just that way over every little thing," sighed the old man. .Edit eventually conquered the difli culties of bread making, and became( a famlous c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 26 December 1895

Give Us Your Business and We Will Make Business For You. o 0 J 0 0 _ __ _ - CII r I..i

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 26 December 1895

ATTORNEYS AT LAW. D URFEE & BROWN. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. NOTARY PUBLICS. Office-Opera House Block, Sansome Street, PHIL1PSBURG, MONTANA. ODG ERS &. RODGERS. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. W. B. Rodgers. offic4 in 'ou(rt Htonse. Dee Lodge. H. W. Rodgers; cffice in McLeod block PHILIPSBURG,'MONTANA. DENTISTS. : A. BROWN. DENTI ST iP'TPeeth extracted without pain by a nev process. Teeth filled with the latest and bes improved fillings. All kinds of dental opera tions performed in the most perfect manner. All my work is first-class. Office, Hyde block PHILIPSBURG, MONTANA. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS, R W. GETTY, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. -IVBRoom and office at Dr. Ileine's old stand Day, and night calls answered promptly. PHILIPSBURG, MONTANA. W I. POWER, M. D. S PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. . Calls promptly attended to day or night teblience and hospital formerly occupied bI Dr.)W. H. Allen. Office in the McLeod Block PHILIPSBURG, MONTANA. Office Hours: a. m. to 12 m.; I to 5 p. m. T, G. HEINE, M. D....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 26 December 1895

4. A't/ ;ý' A 4' ýý4>'I III 4 .1 4 II' 41 START IT RIGHT BY TRADING WITH ti H i .. 4 . _ HE SELLS THIE BEST GROCERIES .,AT THSE LOWlEST PRICES., Im IG CHRISTP1AS TIME f, LAD Christmas comies, and every hearth S Makes ro(Im to give him welcome now, a//tZ E'en want will dry its tears in mirth, And crown him with a holly bough: Though tramping 'neath a winter sk3y, O'er snowy paths and rimy stiles, The housewife sets her spinning by, To bid him welcome with her smiles. Each house is swept the day before, 'And windows stuck with evergreens, The snow is besomed from the door, And comfort crowns the cottage scenes. Gilt holly with its thorny pricks, And yew, and box, with berries small. These deck the unused candlesticks, And pictures hanging by the wall. Neighbors resume their annual cheer, Wishing, with smiles and spirits high, Glad Christmas and a happy year, To every morning passer-by; Milkmaids their Christmas journeys go, Accompanied by a favored swain;' And children pace the cru...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 26 December 1895

Iatered at the Postolfce at Philipsburg (ir mile County, Montana, as Second-Class Matter for Tr.nsntnission Throuqh the Mail. Subscription Rates. IN ADVANCE: NOT IN ADVANCE: Ono year.......... $2 00 One year.......... $ 00 Six months........ 1 00 Six months........ 1 50 foreign postage added. Henitt,luces at the risk of the subscriber, and -shonlil hb made by express money order, post olfice mlony order or check, to the order of THE [AIL, Philipsburg. (+ranite Connty. Mont. Addresnsail business con mmunicationls asabove. Give us your l)usiness ancd we awill makl:el Ibksiess for y-osu. TIIUIIRSDAY. DECEMBER 26, 1895. CHRISTMAS TIME. Christmas has come and gone, 1and the holiday customs from time immem orial have been entered into and en joyed in Philipsburg and Granite coun ty to as great an extent, if not more so, than any year in our history. An im mense business has been done by those of our merchants who handle holiday goods, and that they realized that the business was here to b...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 26 December 1895

RUBBER GOODS In This Partloular Line Newon Goods Are Especially Desired. There Is No Old Stock in fMy Store, and in Rubber Goods a Large Invoice of New Stock from the Manufacturer Has Just Arrived. Only Exclusive Boot J. C. cLoeo7 l Only Excluoive Boot and Shoe Store in the . and Shoe Store in the County of Granite. McLeod Bloclk, PhilpsburW. County of Granite. HII. Kelly, Merchant Tailor, Starts the Ball'a Rolling! PRICIS ON SUITS. OVERCOATS, PANTS CUT IN TWO Just receiyed, a line of Fall and Winter Goods at very low prices, which enables me. to make Suits from Overcoats from Pants from 5O.OO 1O.OO 6.00 i ithe latest Stiles, and a First-Glass Fit iGuaranteed, J. A. AND J. B. FEATMERMAN, NEW CHICAGO AND DRUMMOND. DEALERS IN FINE GROCERIES, DRY GOODS AND IIARWARE, W. A, Wood's Reapers, Mowers and Rakes, HELENA PRICES. Twine Cheaper than Anybody. Ll O SHERMAN W. T. ALLISON G. V. SHERMAN FURNITURE HOUSE CHAMBER SETS FANCY CHAIRS FRAMES ..... LOUNGES .... - UNDERTAKING - I UPPER BROADWA...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 26 December 1895

DON'T = FORGET TO TAKE WATCH AND JEWELRY WORKI TOC RICHARDS, JEWELER. DIPS, SPURS AND ANGLES. Notice the change in C. A. Wilson's advertisement this week. Doe & Co. tell their story in a change of advertisement this week. Lutey makes a New Year (change- for you in his advertisement this issue. Ward McDonald has bought ot outhe saloon business at Stone from Ed Par ker. It is hardly necessary to tell you that Weinsteni's advertisement is changed again. Rev. Wn. B. Coombe has been laid up the past week with a severe attack of neuralgia. It is reported that Charles H. Coy and Miss Tressie Dunn will be married in Helena today. The Needlecraft will meet at the rdsi dence of Mrs. C. E. Hymner this week Friday at 2 p. m. Rev. Pawellyn celebrated midnight "mass in the Catholic church Christmas eve to a large congregation. Frank Durand, the general merchan dise dealer, has a complete change in his attractive advertisement this week. Miss Maggie Loughrin is home from the Normal school at T...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 2 January 1896

STIHE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. Iflstor;ca' Society of Montan, VOL. IX: NO. 49. , o PIIILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA. THURSDAY, JANUARY 2,1896. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. In Ir min N----------- ------- ...I: --~iI------~--.---~~-~.~.. AFTERG CMRISTM. IS, clearing at cost and less. All the left-overs are ready to-day at very little prices. Some are as perfect as when they first stepped to the store; others have a trifling damage that's hardly noticeable. But it would be unwise erchandising to carry them over to next season and ask you to pay tull price for them. Read the List: Something In. It YoU Need SUre Arctics. Men's Large Size Lumbermen's ...............$ 50 Men's No. 6 Acrtics.............. ............... 1 00 Men's Alaskas, old ........................... 50 Men's Alasaks, new. ............... ...... 1 00 Ladies' and Misses' Three Buckle............... 1 50 Co Id Weather Goods. Ladies" and Misses' Alaskus . .. .... ... .. ..... 75 Children's Arctics .............. ....... 75 The sharp ...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 2 January 1896

We start in on the New Year with renewed confidence in our ability to fill all the requirements of this com munity in the line of Drugs, Medicines and Drug Sundries TOILET GOODS, SOAPS AND PERFUMES Painis, Oils and Varnishes, Wood Stains, Kalsomine and Mixed Paints SPECTACLES, RAZORS & POCKET CUTLERY, WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS & TOBABCOS STATIONERY AND BLANK BOOKS Mining and Legal Blanks, Typewriters' Supplies SCMOOL BOOKS WALL PAPER AND WINDOW GLASS ) If your Hens don't lay, use our Egg Food. You may never be very sick, but yor ought to keep something in the house. Get the I. W. HARPER WHISKEY. Throughout this year, if such a thing is possible, we are going to make an extra effort to please you. If you must take medicine you want to know that the reliability of our Prescription Department is unques tioned. We use nothing but standard goods, dispensed only by campetent pharmacists. We solicit mail orders and will give them prompt attention. We guarantee price and quality on eve...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 2 January 1896

ARE YOU SATISFIED WITH YOUR CLOTHES? There is satisfaction In having them made to order by ANGUS JOHNSTON, the Merchant Tailor, Where yu will find the largest and finest stock to selct fri m. Only first-class work men em ployed, and his reputation for fair dealing is well iiabli he(I. Fine Business Suits, ., $35 to $50 Dress Suits, ..... 45 to 60 Overcoatings, ..... 35 up Notice to tle Publiol Having bought out F. H. Coy in the MONTANA RESTAURANT I am now prepared to conduct the same in first-class style. EVERYTHING IS NEAT AND CLEAN Friends, acquaintances and the general public invited to call. WaSLsY FuasrUH. ldv. 1...t 00 Cash Must Accom Goldand Silver 1 00 Lead........... i1 00 pany all mail orders Walter W. Kroger, ASSAYER Philipsburg, Montana. BF-Othce, one door east of Kaiser House J. B. WALKER 0 z 0 kGPHILIPSBURG PHILIPSBURG SHOEING SHOP . . AND . . KNER AL BLACK8MITH J. M. CHAPMAN, PROP'R. Opposite The Mail, Broadway. J. A. MATTHEWS, The Dealer in HARNESS SADDLES, WHIPS, RO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 2 January 1896

HELLO! HURRAH! HELLO! Here Is the Place to Buy Your GROCERI ES O~F CHAS. A. WILSON Your Old Reliable Grocer, who has done what he could for the town, staid with the town, is still in town, and sells his goods low down. PATRONIZE HOME INIDUSTRY Buy Home Products. We Keep Bozeman Flours--Climax, Saskatchewan and laoyal--All warranted First-Class Bread Flour. A PROSPEROUS YEAR TO ALL, May you all have good cheer, The New Year now is here. When making your rounds Please give us a call, We'll treat you well We have fine goods to sell. Choice Sinclair Hams% Bacon Oranges. Fruit of the Season. PIPES --A----ND- CHOICE TOBACCO HWl .P ORDER YOUR WINTER SUPPLIES Wholesale Prices on Large Quantities. Good Goods at Low Prfz.s. CHAS. A. WILSON, WILSON BLOCK, LOWER BROADWAY PRICES WIN Home Products As Far As Pos sible, Our Motto. Climax and Rex, Gold Dust and Belle, U. S. and Pastry Flours, $1.50 to $2.50. Pitted Plums, 12½c Prunes, 10 to 121c Apples, 121e Pears, 12ec Peaches, 121c Sugar at small ...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 2 January 1896

RUBBER GOODS In This Particular Line New Goods Are Bapecially Desired. There I. No Old Stock in My Store, and in Rnbber Goods a Large Invoioe of New ttock from the Manufaoturer Has Just Arrived. Only Exclusive Boot J io Only Exclusire Boot end Shoe Store in the . M end Shoe Store in the County of Granite: McLeod Blook. Philipsburg. County of Granite. J. A. AND J. B. FEA'I'HERMAN, NEW CHICAGO AND DRUMMOND. DIAL/NS IN FINE . GROERIE , DRY G0ODS AND HARDWARE, W, A. Wood's Reapers, ,owers and Rakes. HELENA PRICES. Twine Cheaper than Anybody. THEODORE ANDERSON, DEALER IN LUMBER AND COAL Rough and Dressed Lumber, Shingles, Doors, Windows, Building and Tar Paper at Lowest Prices. THE CELEBRATED GALT HEATING 'COAL PENNSYLVANIA ANTHRACITE AND CUMBERLAND BLACKSMITH The Grand Cafe Chas. Stingle. Proprietor. The best hotel in the city. Conducted on the European plan. Excellent accommodations for commercial travelers. Elegantly furnished rooms with all the most modern conveniences. My rates are ...

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