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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 21 December 1906

be Re o iw. rad ,t er F1 *f r° Hrh r prr IveC h1r ptrU'S Sp I ratrnrhts h * ie 004 1" Es tore ('armn of Great er stopped over n BHelena Sun- gr en rute home ronm Butte. P ,bribers kowing their sub- ve * to have expired will do he ptior o remlttitag their sub- sa pt0for ".alling at this office A pyin or we. ~ill send out gi ptor, asin dector as we need t gh money,t )n accOuIt of dtiffere't liges b tint on Wedneilsd evenings, StD. Jnra l.iterary is holding meetings on Tuesdays for the .st . lea notify this otfice when you ge your address; or if your ,er dlos not reach you regu y. W. RohiIS"n wS dlow this k fromn his miningl properties Illiston. he ladies of St. James are ar- ' .ing for an ,.ntei.ainment for holidays. he l.egilature' will convene iii city on the 7tth of January; ny visitors are exlecte(l at that irs . J. B. Iass will visit in te during the Holidays. From present indications those clamor for a white Christmas il not be disappointed. ThIe )elmnlico will be closed 60days...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 21 December 1906

There's going to be a railroad up in Ice land, In Iceland, And what a funny railroad it will be! I would never think of Iceland as a -tse lan , A nice land, otr week ends at a cottage by the sea. Por the trains will very likely go em rou ners like a sleigh. And they'll harness up the engine hi a jingle bells array. At least, I cant' imagine it in any ether way, In Iceland, Tou won't need your thermometers In Ice land, In Iceland, aud you won't have any fretful vis a vie or up there in that anything but spils land. But spice land, The cars are always cold as they can Ib. Oh, they'll have to dig the sleepers out a dosen times a ady, Or perhaps they'll tunnel through the great big lcebergs In the bay, And that will be just bully till tee b bergs move away, In Iceland, A Journey will be jolly up in Icelas4 In Iceland. The scenery's so wonderful to see; It will seem like nothing short of para dise land. Paradise land, As the open cars go whirling o'er the lea. They won't have any schedul...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 21 December 1906

100 Doses $1 Tree only of Hood's Sarsaparilla, the oe at blood purifer and genera , onic. This remarkable medicine has efected many radical and permanent Cores that are the wonder of the world. it eradicates all humors from pimples to crofula. 100 Doses $1 In usual liquid form or in chocolated tablets known as Sarsatab. 100 doses $1. Lose $600 in Stud Game. ýWallae. Idaho, Dec. 17.-Six thou sand dollars changed owners here inI the biggest stdld poker game Wallace has witnessed in years. The players included L. L. Sweet of the Wallace hotel, Ben Skonnard, "Blackjack Char lie" Cullen, a Missoula man, whose name was not obtained, and others who were in the game for a short time onlY. sweet was the big winner in the game, which commenced at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon at the Wallace hotel and closed Sunday morning at 5 o'clock in the Ryan hotel. Skonnard is credited with winning $1600. Minor amounts were won by other players. The Missoula man is credited with losing $700 in a few minutes...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 21 December 1906

CPj 1.L_ C ohn4.2, w ho ha' t Ien vern ýt 1 r· able to be around. It r i reportiel thati "h .. ( arroll i titcat cerated iii the i'oit iiarrluont guart ho.u-e. what !large- have been preferred we have (.aledr to learn Judgment war re,,lcered i the I)litr1i' Court Wednesda again-t .James Howavrd. ni, (aver of ht.. wfe ft, ahnsor,y Io the extent It $I2 lper r in In. aiil revrvn alte.ate r nin h $ i A. john-on ,wre rut a wai ralnt Trihu-l-lad c tn y d * 4 1 r ~ l it , - t . ,r y w a - . ,e v e r , -, hll -y that i "i ' " 'r i| l nl wa irlun i !, ! IY I re ien'ed. Nf, "le w ho. k w (- r. ri h, a ,i l i , -l t I ,r i , e h 11 112 1, .I F' ' 1 . ' ,.,lall d ) , l tr" ' 'o , r h, to I. 1r ", I ]# 1 h it i i, th r I I I i ' II i or vyre ca'll) Ir I , i. 1(', 0. 1h i 1, 1 1 ,.2 I . ,i.i .I mnlarrassiilVy <,illnunted ilt I his oWil hit-t'. Shoulil hI l. il to recogiiizr froti this ixi'ileniic IIih injutstice Ihi has clone( a whole uit talion of tried Rall disc'iplinaal sioI die'rs ill ...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 4 January 1907

A MONTANA PLAINDEALER Hdl. M da .i Fid4y, January 9, po7i. No. 4o. _ -_ ~~~fI •i.! IIq UONI'ANh PU1MNDL. If. WU r ,a O eMl ma.. -ee * .-s o.-r*.nm B. I ASS . . DITOR. ..r.oo pa yar, t y iMs A " asdocd.cd mewr Apdul as, Jb -, .e i, ce at Ha... Me ., t e Act of Co.r. of MarJ 3. ,". alL Comna 0 1 Tb a Meaums f .wdweaO . 19 Soar ma' i'esos. iatede) er, 9 }Hela., Ma -m. PLACE! PROSPERITY I UNION ! ll THE MASONIC BANQUET lark is a Spell Binder--Makes a Remarkable and Eloqwent Ad dress Thursday evealag. ,Though a raw recruit into the •steries of Masonry, Eugene tClark, a product of Missouri but whose adopted home is here in ;Heleaa, was the hero of the even lgst the big banquet Riven by the Masonic orders last Thau'sday evening. At the various courses hAd been served W. R. Dorsey was 'introduced a toast master who ini •a fe~rtll chosen words introduced ybev tiop;.speaker. When be got ito Clatl irtroduced him as a recruit, in'fact as a lamb. Clairk cosmmenced .n.i as he proceeded it ...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 4 January 1907

PERISHE _IN WREKC NINE PERSONS WERE KILLED - AT ENDERLIN, N. D. Canadian Passenger Train Bound for St. Paul Crashed into Switch En gine-Dead and Wounded Piled in Great Heap-Wreckage Took Fire and Rescuers Had Hard Fight. Enderlin, N. D., Dec. 24.--oaded to its full capacity with people going to their homers in the east to spend the Christmas holidays, the southbound train on the Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie crushed into a switch engine in the west end of the railroad yards at this place at 2:10 o'clock Sunday morning. Eight men were killed outright altd one since has died of his injuries. Twenty-seven were seriously injured and it is likely that the death list will be added to. All of the fatalities occurred is the smoking car, which was completely tel escoped by the I,aggagc car, ani, only two of the occupants of this car es caped injury. The car was crowded and as the whistle had just sounded for En derlin, almost every one was on his feet when the crash came, and...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 4 January 1907

AH Humors5 i iputre matters which the skin, liver, jne1S and other organs cannot take care d without help. pimpleso boils, eczema and other erup tion, loss of appetite, that tired feeling, bilioas turn, fits of indigestion, dull head. icbel and manY other troubles are due to them They are removed by Hood's Sarsaparilla In usual liquid form or in choeolated as,,Sarsatab 100doees $1. abl.tsrk n- .. . . COUNT OF RUSSIA KILLED. ouncillor of the Empire Shot While C itting In a Hall. Tver, Russia, Dec. 23.-Count Alexis gnatieff, a councillor of the empire, and former governor general of Kiev, Volbhyni and Podolia, was assassinat ed Saturday in the refreshment room of the nobles' assembly hall. The man who killed him endeavored to com mit suicide, but was overpowered and arrested. His identity has not been es tablished. The Evils of Constipation are mauY; in fact, almost every seri ous illness has its origin in constipa tation, and some medicines, instead b of prPvonvting constipation, add...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 4 January 1907

jj I. f 1 Sire ý ý 3 ý, ý y g ro THE FAMOUS !ANZIBfR-PEKIN IS NO MORE The Doors are Locked and the Revenge of Lonomaid, Lissner, The Independent et al is Complete. Just a.lout one yeaonr ago the actomlpatnyizg cut of the famous '%.zuilher appearcd in several of Ith enirstrn papers, showing the possibilities in store for a young man with hustling qualities, and wlhit the owner at that time had aRC omplished in that line of busi n..ss: it was ind eed a very c'redita Ih sho, itnu. But since then a very dlittern t chapter has been n1:i't'I, the fact tlhit Ion of the P'ropietor was too rmnch in the Izmzc-li.ht "too humptious' as In -pictor General Grtrlingtyn would h.ive it brought down on his headI the maledictions of a coterie l {,f pot-house woliticians and veri table Negro haters who used an ungrateful and acrobatic city ad mintistration as a cat's paw tol throttle 1.. V- Grave. I1 The administration Moyor may t not have kiown that the real ai- t nius in do~ning (Grave was the , fac...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 11 January 1907

THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER Vol. I. Helena, Montana, Friday, January ii, ,go7. No. *p 3s 3ASs . . .DOr R . 66 0 s .o per 7W. Serley is Ad ,a.. Mw item ds .Aphi m~. UMod.see mete Apr i s. 1 e p osee at a. 3.Maaa As ef Comgrei of Marc 3. 3y79. SCommeaUesos t* The Masses. Q1",dI ht s eer Maim Swreet. e.ln Mo1s-a s. PLACE I PROSPERITY I! UNION I11 And we are yet alive. 'ay certainly gave the colored era cold deal in the State this session. We can afford to loose If men of ppoed character can stoop so to damn their own souls with lies -ih are patent on their own face iccoimplish our undoing The treatment accorded the LAINDEALER by the republi aof the tenth assembly is a di slap at the entire colored pop ties of Montana. We ar satisfied that there are huart some broadganged repubil is this assembly who if they hkamwa tbe!real rote and had been misled by falsehoods, who Id have been protesting even Is this hour against the outrage sad unfair methods used in re ting the action of last Sun. y's ...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 11 January 1907

NEWS OF THE WORLD 5 SORT DISPATCHES FROM ALL PARTS OF THE iLOBLE A Review of Happenings In Boto Eastern and Western HemisphereS During the Past Week-National Historical, Political and Persona Events. Former President Grover Clevelani is confined to his house sufferini from an attack of acute iadigestiol The jury in the case of Coleus William D. Mann of Town Topici charged with perjury, returned a vei diet of acquittal. The eastern continent is covere with the heaviest fall of snow is yeari Railroad traffic in France, Spait Switzerland and Belgium is serious ly hampered. President A. J. Cassatt of the Pens sylvania railroad died suddenly laW Friday Vigorous objection will be interpol ed by the churches of Washington, I C., to the adoption by congress of th uniform divorce laws agreed upon a the recent convention of the nations congress of uniform laws. Dr. J. A. Matlack has resigned a physician of the United States priso at McNeils island and Dr. C. P. Jet to, formerly of London, Ont...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 11 January 1907

Ceneral- Debility a in.aand dayltt there is that feelin i ea cesu that makes a burden of itself. Food does not strengtben. Sleep does not reiresb. It is hard to'ao. hard to bear, what 1tould be easy,.-vitality is on the ebb, and te whole system suffers. For this condition take Hood's Sarsaparilila it vitalizes the blood and gives viorg and toneto all the orgs ad n untions. In usual liquid form or in chooolated ablets known s arsattatb. 100doses $1. SCHUMANN-HEINK. The coming of Schumann-Heink to be Spokane theater in Spokane on tsn'iary 15 is attracting the most un ,sual interest. Schumann-Heink ia ,part from all other singers inasmuch is she has two distinct qualities of roice; a deep toned contralto and a 1owerful ringing mezzo soprano, both ,f unsurpassed quality and sweetness. fiTe superb voice and genial, whole tome personality of the artist are Dnown everywhere, and little that is mew remains to be said of one of the !oremost singers of the world. Her Spokane progrago will del...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 11 January 1907

SUBDSCRIE FOR AND ADVERTISE IN THE Montana Plaindoaler For Results R PEOPLE IN VLU EIY I. B. P. O. E. of the World, Montanus Lodge No. 53. S. Reeves, E. It.; F. A. Pearl, E. L. K. ; IR. D. Brown, E. L. K.; H. J. Palmer, Esquire; U. Venter, Tyler; J. D. Yancey, Sec.; R. J. Jackson, Treas. ; C. A. Davis, l.. 1). Meets the 2d and 4th Thursday evening at their hall, 37 W. Park street. CLUBS. Church Aid. Mrs. M. E. Davis, Pres.; Mrs. (leo. Taylor, Sec. Meets at call at different members' homes. Afro-Americans Woman's ('lib. Mrs. J. Curd, Pres.; Mrs. Jan. Bullet, Set.; M rs. S. Uetve, Cor. Sec. Meets the 1st and 3d Tuesday of each month at different members' residences. Porters' and Boot. Blacks' Protective Union No. 1. Meets thp let and 3d Monday evening of each month. Officers: F. 8. Shannon, Pres.; II. W. Pavis, Vice-Pres.; II. Palmer, Busi ness Agent; M. Burrows, lIeVording Secrretary; B. Blue, Guard ian. Jno. Fagin, Shoemaker, 437 S. Arizona. B. C. Leroy, Shining Parlors, 4351/2 S. A...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 1 February 1907

THlE MONTANA PLAINDEALER Helena, Mont..., Friday, February i, 1907. N.. P. .be,1.,. Weekly by The Montana b laindealer Company. B BASS, EDITOR. option 32.oo per year, Strictly in Ad Ve. Advertising Rates on Appl~eation. satered as second-class matter April 12, u, the post Office at Helena, Montana, sader the Act of Congress of March 3, 3879. Addresll Cotnunications to The Montana plsindealer, 19 South Main Street, Helena, Montana. PEACE! PROSPERITY !! UNION!!! The C >lorel contineLnt of Lew is and Clark county cati well bide their time, and have a fond remem brance toward the milk and water republicans who have shown by their actions and not words, that they do not appreciate their further bport. We sincerely hope that the pres. 'cot rumor.; of scandal that are at present on every tongue among our people, relative to scandalous .conduct among thoae Whom have n looked to as foremost and honorable citizeus ate not true and if not, those who are responsible for the same should be ma...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 1 February 1907

REMOVAL OF STORER PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT TELLS WHY HE WAS REDUCED. Claims His Action Was Justiled Be cause the At bas&.dor Refused to Answer His Letters and Published Private Correspondence-Answer is In Reply to Storer's Recent Expose. Washington. Dec . 1 1.-l're3ident Roosevelt has made public a long let ter addressed to Secretary Root, giv ing correspondence between the presi dent and formed Ambassador Ballamy Storer at Vienna, and Mrs. Storer, in which he says that Mr. Storer's refusal to answer his letters and the publica tion of vlious private letters justified the' ardsassador's removal; that Mr. Storbr'u publication of private corres pondence was peculiarly ungentleman ly apd that be. ae president) had stated with absolute clearness his po sition, the reason why it was out of the qrestion for him, as president, to get an- archbishop made cardinal, through expressing his admiration for Arcybisbop Ireland, as well as leaders of other denominations. The president's action follo...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 1 February 1907

.UbFLESQUE AT GRIDIRON CLUB. ernar Magoon on Red Hot Stove Roosevelt a Guest. Wa.hington, Dec. 9.-With the Sjlcnt and vice president, the am prbsi'ars from Italy, Great Britain, RI1sp a and Japan, the speaker of the use of representatives, senators, rep resenioltivt" ti congress and many of the great captains of industry present, the twcnty-third annual dinner of the thrdied (lth tonight at the New Wil lard omarked the high tide of the club's achievemnents. Satire, burlesque and 5raight com Sdy were the dominating notes in the most successful dinner this fmus cltb of Washington cor respondents has ever given. There reere sharp contrasts, the tribute to dead inentera of the club abutting losely upon a burlesque Cuban revo lution and an exemplification of what happens in the "lawn tennis cabinet." which meets with the president every day. Sunday excepted. In the Cuban burlesque, a member of the club impersonated Governor Magoon of Cuba. Sitting on a red hot stove. he "held down the li...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 1 February 1907

night wir ... . A. J!arsli+Iii i- rý p a- nj . .rr . improved~ in Lv.hth l , ritret; itz .4 the Melnh t'enr'i () r ra ir . ,I, I;,, it fl.ine-s to tiF i< -2 !( , 'ni for intrro tiUi,: :r !11 . p-r frorn n'./~ Repv. (),reor:, j~r...'. t t I utt( last we-k to .,-. .' . . t hiii sju;rt'-o I'. it,, , l)o not t .U 1' : tr- i - 1,ate at St. "1,;-. r, mui'] I'rov, scenic ore;i 1.. Iwou rr. mw.- . . to (1135e 1 IId y hrer' it, 11 and l heIo re ti, .t II- -ti: i - s~eeking -( IA C' . Caertonr younog nu ''O( " prone to ,'I - . It : no .1'' sarl toi see th-io no.0.' 11 oh, l- '' urnns we ;,r', ;otbr tO, o'. ''es do . parade in sherd,, p- ll And eve~n yet it is ,hid that the The St. Jauoe-s literary gave it very iriterestin I ' an la -i file clay evening. vulte'1 t'-row]' l'ujovt'o the same. Weeds grsut popularitV with th. colorec peoplo is now below par. W, Fisher has agasn entered the train service of the N. P. IR, R. F. Gah art h;jsr esigned his pJi . tion as night porteratt h . I) Ever s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 15 February 1907

THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER Vol. ' IHelena, Montana, Fraday, Fel;;r-u y ;, 19o;0. NO. 3. [tANAPLAIND1EALER. e d Weekly by The Montana platndealer Company. 9 MASS. . . DITOR. scoptom $s.o0 per year, Strictly in Ad. e. Advertising Rates on Applleation. d as seeond.class matter April 12, kat the Podt Ofice at Helena, Montana, a the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. k. afl Communications to The Montana plaisdealer, ig South Main Street, Helena, Montana. PEACE ! ItOSPERITY !! INION H!! APING TILLMAN Every state or section ha It's ak and Montana in this respect lot going to take a back seat. Atthis session of the legislature le has came forward a cheap by four statesman who has not a able to attract attention in any er way, so he has boldly come the limclight by introducing a prohibiting marriages b tween tes and Negroes We bo not w this senator Muffly who Is from Broadwater county, but hope that himself and any of as for who he stands can be pre ited from crossing over into Af I, without put...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 15 February 1907

NEWS OF THE WORLD SHORT DISPATGilES FROM ALL PARTS OF THE iLOBE. A Review of Happenings in Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week-National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. A report from Vancouver, B. C., says that the Fraser river is frozen over at Eburne, icr the first time in 16 yearp. J. L. Snelling, late United States ap praiser of the port of Bioston, and for many years a well known New York man, is dead. John L. Rockefeller has agreed to give $2,00o 000 :or the endowment of a university for Louisville, Ky. Informalion was received at S'. Petersburg Sunday that the chief of po.ice ac Dagha-tan, on the Caspian sea, was muratered. The assassin es caped. Jacob Gruen, one of the oldest wine importers it the west, died at his home in St. Louiis recently !tom ap oplexy. The North American Life Insurance company has been organiteI n New Jersey. Joseph Mahoney, a large land own er of Johnson county, Texas, was shot to death in one of the principal streets ...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 15 February 1907

peculiar to Itself in selection, proportion and combination or ingredieIts, in toe process by which their remedial values are extracted and preserved, In effectiveness, usefulness and economy, Curing the widest range of diseases, Doing the most good for the money, Having the most medicinal merit, And the greatest record of cures, Hood's Sarsaparilla In usual liquid form or in chooolated tablets known as Sarsatabs. 100doses $1. MULETEAM BORAX In the Laundry Will Sterilize the Cloth ing, Act as an Antiseptic and Prevent Odor from Preapiration. All lesler'. amnple Boras, Booklet and Sonenir lieture in 10 Botors, 5 cents and your dealers lainme. Ahiress PACIFIC COAST B0. RA ktand, (at. PEARY OUTLINES HIS PLANS Thinks He Can Reach the Pole Next Time He Tries. Lecturing recently before the Brook lyn institute on his last Arctic expe dition, Commander R. E. Peary exhi alted on a map a new course which he said he would take on his next ven ture into the far north and which, he believed, wou...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 15 February 1907

$*3.600 To be tried Fed. 20th. 1907 At the Saint James Liter ary, At SAINT JAMES church on the above date. Comlend heai this excitiqg tvial J. L. Ellis Ally, forDefendant J. E. W. Clark for plaintif Geo. Alexander clerk of court 1. Hicks bailiff with k!s hoho: Judge Dorsey on the bench. RefressmeRts witt be serued by tSi $ediesafter tf triet4eme oin ond ei ia lfilflin [Din E iV W T O flR NFPAgTOI ii Trade with the Helena Packing and Provision com pany. Mrs4 C, A Johnson . has returned a from a visit toPony Mont. Some of the elite gave a card t party in the south end last week. The PLAINDEALER was in great demand last week. Mrs. A. J. Walton was a pleasant 1 caller at this sanctum last week. We have many queries as to the u dentity of the east side widower. 8 More than eight persons have accosted our local editor and asked if our recent article regarding a certain gossip, referred to them. I Miss M, Walton has deferred returning home for a while as she has a large class in music at A...

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