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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 18 October 1907

THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER V . Helena, Wýontana, Friday, October I8 1907 N... t2 vol.., OQVTkANArL4INDEALER. Weekly by The Montana ,,ldiealer Company. . BASS. . EDITOR. p. n$2.oo per year, Strictly in Ad. Advertising Rates on Application. 0 second.class matter April 32, ste post of5ce at Helena, Moatafa, r6 Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. ag Cotmunications to The Montana PWindealer, 19 South Main Street, Helena, Montana. EACE! ROSPERITY !! NION!! N UNION THERE IS NGTH. uch of the lustre of the brilliant of the Independent is dim ,when he refers to such a man evenerable Bishop Turner as rtinent smart Alec; No man knows or knows of Bishop ,but that admires his great lcuality and commemds his t service to the country both tthe battlefield and as a distin prelate at the head of one greatest religous organization country, We do not endorse Sentiments which he promul is his dotage, neither is it se rice at large but for all that one of the grant intellects ol country. ridently editor Raffe...

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. — 18 October 1907

NEWS OF THE WORLD SIfT 15L PARTS OF THE GLOBE. A Review of Happenings In Both Eastern and Western em During the Past eek-N a ,d I, Historical, Polit $d a nt Events. Secretary Metcalf says that Puget sound can harbor the Pacific Al et. Charles G. Burton of Neaft, o" was recently ele chief of the Grand A o C l 1Sc. W. J. Biggey has been s ori1nf as I chief of police of kan Francisco. The president has 4ppointed John G. Matos Jr. appraiser of merchandise at San Francisco t A special gove 1 , as, left Ottawa for Vancriver 00 ea withl the or r question. . tyt At an., fir de)troyeti f the I. F j}'otxttiil tmul elvafor and c other b ings, eausing a loss of $11&; 000. haw .W Senadt51P. ,. Burkett of Neb., de- I clares ailiL fight the Alas a-Yukon I expost appropriatfofl in congress c as the eaositfon at Jamestown proved t a failuses,'4 . - UnkWpMw:pQ:etlons recently exploded 3 dynamipa aig the presses and four lino- a type machines of the News-Herald, I Joplin, Mo., causing damage amoun...

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. — 18 October 1907

The Song of the Hair There are four verses. Verse 1. Ayer's Hair Vigorstops falling hair. Verse 2. Ayer's Hair Vigor makes the hair grow. Verse 3. Ayer's Hair Vigor cures dandruff. Verse 4. Ayer's Hair Vigor makes the scalp healthy, and keeps it so. It is a regular hair-food; this is the real secret of its won derful success. The best kind of a testl oalal S sold for over sixty years." ers AL WILL HANDLE LATEST STRIKE Railroads Band Together to Deal With Knotty Question. St. Paul, Minn., Sept. 16.-Operat Ing officials of the five railways in volved in the strike of the boiler-mak ers have held a conference in St. Paul and arranged an organization to handle the work of meeting strike condition. The organization will proceed at once to fll the vacancies in the ranks caused by the strike. Reports were received from all the shop points of the five railways and these indicate that the strike is already general. The man agers state, however, that it has not so far caused any inconvenience...

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. — 18 October 1907

Trade with the Helena Packing and Provision Co. W. Webb of Butte was in the City Tuesday. Charly Johnson one of our popular youag men voted ahandsome block of votes for his favorite in the vot ing contest Wednesday. Paul Laurence Dunbar He was the world's greatest Ne gro poet. The fact that he had no white blood in his veins makes his achievements in the literary world the more gratifying. A fine engraving made in three colors has just been issued, which sells for only one dollar St .oo . Send for one today. Address The Col ored American Novelty Co., P. 0. Drarer 2318, Washington, D. C. Agents wanted. Mrs. Nannie Mitehell leaves Sat urday for Atchison Kansas for a visit with relatives. W. C. Rose after a few (lays in the city on business has returned to Saltese where he has a Contract for hauling 5,ooo,ooo ft. of lumber. J. D. Pettigrew promoter of the cooperative league was in the city this week. Daddy Green the head push of the Claffin Transfer Co. says he is all in. ant in. A Mag...

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

THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER Helena, Montana, Friday, .vze"rker I 10o; No.. 13 filEp \III\ i l\\1 I'LAINI)I:ALE1i. tutlrhed Wo'e.ly bY t) The MonIIauI~M L1.111'"Ie:tter Coihlpft") t .t: par yea, , Strictly in~ A'l l( Rate, onl ApiilicatiutI. .,t' .{i ni_ , m tter April 32, 1 fli tat '1l~c e Muit-ana .{. ,. ,ti re- f \t., 13 X7 p j I º\ L 'I . I : 1 . IN I NII N "111, iIWE i STRE 1, II1. T'he Right Move. The 'cal Co-operative league very wisely decided at their meet ing last week t' drop Mr. Pettigrtw and his mw. ement, not on account of any ovci act on his pau t, but muain ly becau i :t was the concensus of opinion that they were In Wrung. 'lisci Wi !, i need ut luis piiopagas I da `%as 35 l irent tomil tie start. and hid talsite to show results in any way either abroad or hire \\ as a dis appoitl iit to his 1 lloweis hence their dcs tiil to dissol\ e. Our h)o Right flub is in need of Now etsgei t together on a move mest ot ou own, and not one that requires u; to pay high trihute to soic...

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 November 1907

BOYHOOD HOURL One night as by the fire I sat ? thought of this and thought of that, Back many years my mind did fly And I saw it plain with memory's eye That little log house old and gray Where a little boy I used to play. I seemed to feel myself once more, Happy and gay, as In days of yore. I have tasted pleasure's laughing cup, I've draak the sparkling draught all up; I've been in love, I've felt the bliss When love responds with kiss for kiss. I've often been to the festal den With wine and women and sportive men, Where jesting talk and ribald song Rang loud and deep the whule night long. But all the pleasures rare and fine, Enjoyed when in our manhood's prime, Are nothing more than shams in truth Compared with pleasures of our youth, When we as care-free, happy boys, Played in the house-lot with our toys, Or in the meadow at the brook We sat for hours with a tiny book, And, oh, our hearts would thrill and bound When a wriggling fish lay on the ground. I would give what the world...

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

WHAT IS PE-RU-NA? b it a Catarrh Remedy, or a Tonic, or is it Both? Some people call Peruna a great gale. Others refer to Penna as a t catarrh remedy. FWhich of these people ane right? Lit more proper to call Perna a ca- t grry remedy than to call it a tonic t l Our reply is, that Peruna is both at gaic and a catarrh remedy. Indeed, t thr can be no effectual catarrh rem gythat is not also a tonic. In order to thoroughly relieve any ge of catarrh, a remedy must not gly have a specifio action on the mu 00 membranes affected by the ca- c tak, but it must have a general tonic gation on the nervous system. Catarrh, even in persons who are yerwise strong, is a weakened con- t jitd of some mucous membrane. e iere must be something to strength- t .the circulation, to give tone to the c arteries, and to raise the vital forces t perhaps no vegetable remedy in the e world has attracted so much attention r joas medical writers as BYDRASTIS t CIAADENSIS. The wonderful effi of this herb has beeM ...

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 November 1907

LCAL '.1:5. `.l } , :r, . l'sr;Izg t. L.:siharn? 1h t- . i.: ;":ermame nt situation. Mrs. Jais 'rump I--t last week fir Po tlsni ah re whn Wipezu sprtJi the wilzteras the iquent 01 Mrs. \ill Ia srn e. The st1et i an ha, been working . ertinh for the last few da\ The ldtrt sorts uinls to attr,.ct :he dttentlan ,f I pee I)ave. and he i, thinkinf oft go itni to L t ih to live Hui'h Andlerson of Missotila iý a guu t at the \Valton I louse. NI lu Donegan u'l\ed Sund.+v to sewain until the body -,f her hu- Land, a rthui Ihonlgan, is recovered who was one ft the boys that were drowned in Hiauser Lake tw weeks Rienimber that the \ ting eon test is nearing the end and i ast all the o Wtes that you can for .our fa orite. The Pl'aindealer job .lpartment was put out of comflision this week Ib the breaking down of our jobber. But the force is handing all orders for job work just tue samr Trade with the Gars' ant Klein Cu, for clothing, tiey appreciate your trade. I. M. Reid and wife left Wednes ...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 15 November 1907

THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER -.een ontana, - -riday \ er o No.. 4 Ife/ena, Montana, Fnd ay. .1 'mber i, i 190 N; B.~l . . lEI 'I'O l t. l cI.c , liricld in Ad aed as seccm as. matter April 12. ,the P"t "'Ii, at ]lelena, Montana, 4, ct ,t '" a rc ' of M ach 3, 187t7 . . lfit l , 1:11 oa n to i_ MOW t.1. y: ,li ealer. !, ' uth Main 'treet, FACE' ROSPl'l' I V' N'ION ! t"'It º\ JilEltE E I tENG ll . The -Editor's Sonig. ow dear t I IIy heart is the stea dy subcI r. 1ho pay, in advance w ithout .kippiln, .l )'ear; Iho takes out lii dullar and of bfrs it gladly, .nd cast., r,,ulil the utiice a ha lo it cheer. ,ho never ..'stop it, I call't afford it." r "gettingl m) e pap:'rs each day thain I read," ut always says. 'send it, the whole outfit, likes it I fact we regard it as a buisness need." ow welcome hei is when he steps iu the Sa Ilumi;, low he makes our eyes fairly dance; low he makes our heart thro!h; Ve outwaIlly thank himn and in wardly bless him he stead) sub~cribe, \\ho lpays in a...

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. — 15 November 1907

NEWS OF THE WORLD SHORT DISPATCHBES FROM ALL PARTS OF THE GLOBE. A Review of Happenings in Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week-National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. The Woods National bank has sus pended at San Antonio, Texas. Silas Reid has been appointed judge of the district court of Alaska. Engineer Thomas ilancock and Fire man Claude R. McDonald were as phyxiatedl by gas from their engine in the Busk tunnel, nine miles west of Ieadville, Col. The directors of the Bank of Eng land have put up the minimum dis count rate from 6 to 7 I er cent. At Los Angeles, Cal., Judge Olin Wellborn, in the United States court. recently fined the Atchinson, T'opeka & Santa Fe Railroad company $33,000 for rebating. Amsterdam-Minister of State Jonk heer Van Panhuys, Lis son, mayor of De I~ek, and wive., were (drowned re cently while c( t driving, their carriage falling into the canal tloogvhork ,Iutr ing a dlense fog. Four persons are said to have been burn...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 15 November 1907

have You - a Friend? Then tell him about Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Tell him how it cured your hard cough. I Tell him why you ilways keep a it in the house. Tell him to ask his doctor about it. Doc tors use a great deal of it for throat and lung troubles. lhe best kind of a testimonial ,,sold for over izty years.." SSAAPAUILLA. r PILLS. HAIR VIGOR. the formla of l our mado ins. Inc of Ayerynv ls Gently laxati "There is, perhaps, no other trade, lnd very few professions," writes Wm. laddow in the Technical World Maga. dne, "that require the high order of ntelllgence, the study, the application, he real hard-headed common-sense, the urgeolln's delicacy of touch--for in itance, in fitting of fine work-that the aachliist's trade demands to give the axcellent work and the Interchangeabil Ity of parts found In the modern rifle or sewing machine. The range of his work ls from a needle to a battleship; from automatic machinery that 'would talk French had it one more movement' to measuring mach...

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. — 15 November 1907

LOCALS T: , r v I.v, tC.- rl ke ýatv tur a tw IdiaY this week old %th:t i :IIC_,~ ro,:nd at I ,r11, .Itr few n ýiºit11s *ý'yiura x ýýtr 1..) A tal: rizg hPl't .r. l il Litejpdtn~"It4r ranchaing jilt ii. "Sti :I'1. I'rºIrnnch} ot'er.,. the' h-tlOl it, a 1Aar it ri.. L'.rae of (; '!ir an dri IJ4:rci mo. hich udj, to ,it to its dl)POiilttr efht~a ali t4, c itiees %lr (irrty. r 1, t~he c.r id 110'j 1 It, t he Zrurit e, " l poin te ot L~u,.ry,-s " ntterprisetR 1d Knott r. f ( .r.ar I ails Iincb iri the -itv Mueadd with S rity ardi i'..employed at I14).%A. Mr. Rivet r is c het f h ighi or t.:cr while here he ;'aidt itr respects to the TI!:aird.ile and Ari left his~ gui.. n rptjon.r 1 )e Mit. r on i of the ":,i tinier, in hi ec -t\ion w' is rwel! knew h rVitrYti r" p. yinr.r" danger.,ruly ill et the 4't. Peters I1 1''~itnl. Mrs. T H. IP.arker rrdie Iº flvi, trip to Loniard this work. W~ott lids reached us of the sate drrir .11 tar Aimº., Bass at Westerni L'nlversitv anti that she :.as star...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 29 November 1907

THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER I a/ H.lna Montana Friddy P, ro her ag go- 2 9 '5 j i1II ].\ I V1 I IiA .111r4: .l1r1 ab shd N'eekl) iny The %Iiuutaawi Ia inindratger osgny r'r$ n pe r aI. Ntrictls ii Ad. \silýe rthig ' k ale (i \Indt eis a FRrtCIC'l ..'Orr 1. i''-'1, ?m IIrt :\t iii t i the ',- tiii11 l lt Helena. \t0nrana rder the .clt rf ('ii, t arrh \ . 19 . , lire"' all t rillu rI alioin t,. I e h 11rrrrrtrl: . Iniedes , \I ndMl:u n wre PROslpERITlY ' UNION ! - IN U'NION TlERTl: 1I TRENGT I. The Editor's Soak. How dear to my heart is the ttra dyh subscriber, Who pars it advance \ ith nlut skipping a veal: Who takes out I1s d(,llar an; Id' fers it gladly. And cast rorund the otlicr ; ha lo of cheer. Wiho never *.ni tpli it, I c'an't afford it. Or "getiIi:tng more iti pap r- eatc day that I read.ti But always says. ",end it, the whole outfit, likes it Ie fact we regard it as a buisness need." 'low welcome he is when he step in the sanctum; How he makles otrr eves fairlh dance; How he mak...

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. — 29 November 1907

OKLAHOMA, A STATE PRESIDENT SIGNS PROCLAMA TION ADWTTING HER. Act Was Done in Cabinet Room in Presence of Few-Signature Signed by Pen Formed From Quill of Wing of an American Eagle-Goes to His torical Society of Oklahoma. A new star was au';ed tu ti- Am-r ican flag by the admis.i:on t irtn:'iY into the Union of the stati- cf Ukla homa. President Roosevelt at e1' uI oclock Saturday morning signed t11 pri i:a matiol admitting the tf-rr'trie i ia O1 lahoma and Indian Territory ar one of the American .ta:..s I..ttle formality attended th.- c re-mon: which meant so much ti the peolle of the two territories. in a- i Cars his signature to the proclatmat in th. president used a pl-n furza'ed :rvn a quill plucked from the wino of at. American eagle. The lien wl: bi' do. posited with the Oklahoma i1to.tu :cal society. There was absolutely no crimtony connected with the sirtning of thi proclamation. TI.' act was done in the cabinet erom, to wh'ch had .--tn admitted Senators Cart r and l)ixin o...

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. — 29 November 1907

Catarrh Invites, Consumption it weakens the delicate lung tissues, deranges the digestive organs, and breaks down the general health. It often causes headache and dizzi ness, impairm the taste, smell and hearing, and affects the voice. Being a constitutional disease it re quires a constitutional remedy. Hood's Sarsaparilla Radically and permanently cures. In usuallHould form or in ehocolated tablets kaewas Wareatabs. 100 doses t1. TAFT AT VLADIVOSTOK. Imperial Car at His Disposal for Si berian Journey. Vladivostok, Nov. 18. - Secretary raft arrived here at noon Sunday on Board the converted cruiser Rainbow. The Rainbow anchored off shore, tuarded by the Chattanooga and th' salveston. The secretary and his party will remain on board their steamer un i1 their departure from Vladivostok over the Tranasiberian railway for St. 'etersburg at 7 o'clock on the morning f November 19. An imperial car has teen placed at Mr. Taft's disposal for his journey, and the emperor of Rus ia has detaile...

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. — 29 November 1907

Ti .d with the -l<n, P.king Compan, Mr. J. T. I »<wll "t' 4 at1. 9a1l was the gn. t 1t MN., atldi Mr'. Walton L.st w<.'k. **nio ite to her home Tlexakina. Teas to sp In the winter with ie.'r puart-t-. Mr. Wit. -1 -it iast w.e.k s<.r California %i li.ri hr will tpewi the winter. S AT REST. vJoseph Mace one of the pioneer colored resident< of Helena pasis ed away after a brief illness last Thursday. the funeral services were held at Fliarety'- undertaking estal lisimenlit Frida;: quite a few fritntids end acquaintances gathered there to pay their respects, among them was H. %. Parchen who has becii for years his benefactor. who in Joe's life time wias; his friend and inii his dying hour remained true and loyal. Mr. Parchen very generously paid all the- expenses of his burial. which was indeed a tridute to his generosity: and reminds us even if we have that failing to be frugul live so that, sonime friends realizing the good traits in you, will stay by you even unto the ...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 13 December 1907

1I THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER I,/. 2. c/hea, ontaa,,ontana, Fri r,. /,,tmeer I 1907 No.. 16 =~ .. s \ll ¶|[. . . . . . . . .. . ..... .. . . .. . . . ,ublightl \V.ekly by TIe Mulcttan. I|.o iid(aler ('onlpany. S; ; . . . .EDIT(OR)I. ;ubscriptI"n '" oo per year, Strictly in Ad ,nce. \,iv itiing Rateý non Application. Entered 1a cecond.class matter Aprdl 12, Sato the tI', t) lice at Helena, Montana, undler the .\' t , Cgres of March ., 1879. ,hrel-, i a t , umi Icaion- s to The Monltana I'ainlealel, 19 South Main Street, l elekna, Montana. pI,,\Cl i pRO.I' I r" ! UNI(Nt t!! IN I NION TIE RE, IS STI'RENGTII. 'The Editor's Song. How dear to my heart is the stea dy subscriber, Who pays in advance without skipping a year; Who taikes out his dollar and of f'rs it ;iladly, And cast: 'round the ottlic' a ha lo of cheer. Who never says' stop it. I can't afford it." Or "getting more papers each day than I read," But always says, "send it, the whole outfit, likes it In fact we regard it as a b...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 13 December 1907

' - - - -« ? ý f " C f E Q E E 6 R E , As to Spartng the Rod. We ear a good des: about more: s dos and the pertal of punishmeat on ht 'res. As a matter of fat. t welet part of a whipptng is that ti aveno mother givee :t when abe is o0 of amper lantead of when her chi deaares it. The following by Mrs 0. F., la the New York Evenlng To pram, Is iteresting. •we and duty is all that needed ear ehldren have seven an do all my own work I did the mat wih all. Baby was the flrh work c o day. He got his bah and his foo and took his nap. Whe be got ol enough he played by hLme:!. He mus oey. If be did not I took the good o; eat-alne-taid and gave him a doe and told him what he got it for. an4 the sam when they got older it the Mid a eory or deceived me In any war I '-e tbe that have graduated fron heaol tad work with their father. have a~w known any one of them to tol a a Ile or give any impudence. emy ehildran and want to am then Ilw-ebdlag eitisu. Doe't alkh I had to usm he cat-' ameahlls bu...

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. — 13 December 1907

Catarrh Is a Constitutional Disease It originates in impure blood and requiresconstitutional treatment, acting through and purifying the blood, for its radical and permanent cure. The greatest constitutional remedy is Hood's Sarsaparilla In usual liquid form or in chocolated tab lets known rtas tJ. 00doees$1. Nasal and other local forms of catarrh are promptlv relieved by Antiseplets or Caparrlets, 6c druggists or madil. Ct C. . Food Co., Lowell, Mass. JAMESTOWN PAIR HAS CLOSED In Order to Pay Creditors, Property Must Sell for Two Million Dollars. Norfolk, Va.-The lights of the Jamestown exposition were turned off by President Tucker after formal exercises Saturday night, and the ex position, which has been running since April 26, came to an end. President Tucker, touching on the financial phase of the exposition, said: ,"Besides the 'amount expended by the exposition company, it is estimated that there have been expended from other sources in the betterment of this property from on...

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. — 13 December 1907

iOGiis T , ! pit t it If "i , (' :l ant Tl r . I . ..t. . i. Jil'. o A% t( i , 1it' . ( t t it, k . , n r ,n ilt,. | lJll' " 111 1 ,ln ý .- , t( il he,, lisit t o (_itb,'il ,i. A.\d tow or th-" Chri-tnil, ;issue of thle l'l uhni,,-hler. Mr. Ch,- . ,injIh, ]' of HiLttt[, wi.., in th,. ( It " iy - i"'.(a\ , In r,,L. to , I.,'wi-to wHI. MIr. 1n Ion., ,f Buttr is rpo)r tedl \ -r% ill t this % rittilnl. \We arn srrv to I, ari.n ,f the 1(t1 iniforma;tinll t hat (;,,o. \\illis of Butt, lie- very IO and the gravn-t t'lr, h, nsio, I ,.,ll hi d o Ir hihi 1 by hi..s friendlIs. About the( limit (of implru(tdeinc .in, gull c(IlieP to (ouar lnowl dcge from Hutte, \\Where . prominient young m;n from that c(ity w.i r,. ported to hai\ ' elopelI with hishest friecld's wife, and returnIs andl .hs; his friend for a h;lf int('rest in his ibusitness. Charlcy Black of Butte an.i (;'- e orgin I)upree of this City" was re.-I ported to have bee1)(n married thisi week; j u s t weddin, failed to come o...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
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