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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 12 February 1909

THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER Io/. r I /c llulrl, lontana, Fndyt /. l.r,11; 2,,, I . 0 No ../5 publi1,hed Weekly by The Montana Plaindealer Company. i lASS, , ... EDITOR. ~bljcritiofn $2.00 per year, Strictly in A. v x.ncc. Advertising Rates on Application. Iltclcd as second-class matter April 12 Igo90,. : the Post Office at Helena, Montana aulden Ie:Act of Congress of March 3, 1879 Addc.. all Communications to The Montan: ilainlealer, 19 South Main Street, Helena, Montana. PEACE! PROSPERITY ! UNION!!! At roll call on the Jim Crov Bill in the Senate last week it i said that Senator Kessler of thi County found it convenient to b " ,sl(4rol"' when his name wa ca'(i 1l. The Mufty Bill The Toni-Tonls have been beat,-n, the tocsin sounded, and one, the honorable Mr. Muffly of rI,tulwater, has achieved fame, if not fortune, by the passage in the Senatel of the Montana legislature, of a tCea Jim Crow Bill. Hlis supplication of "Oh, Lord, save us from being devoured by inter-marriages between ...

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. — 12 February 1909

<1 1"T71e" of Femainiatty. Charles R. Barrett, an educator known throughout the Middle West. Classfles American women into "types," aesirable and undesirable. He says: "The type of American woman most in the public eye Is artificial, insincere, extravagaut and selfish. She is an rm solvable prnopsltion. She wIl tyran nize her L;:sband and lo71 a dog. 'his type deneande onslderation on the gtour.d cf st : r.ly. She has re Ceived su h attention by reason of sex that she Is sp.,i.cd, overqueaned She does not recognize merit or worth as quallsen!tons nr.eeseary to herself. She Is nervous anr.d proud of it. She lamks repose and poise. havr!ng much the dls position of a spoiled chi:d. Incapable of gratifying her ambt!':r. alone, she is dependent on the I:.te : rtual or financial worth of father or husband to get a p;hre In s-wiery. ShŽ Ikes a pa:atlas hbne, but ::a'ks app;reclat'on of how she ge.t It or who maintains it. She seeks reosnitli n an::t r:nlration so!ely from the rair.g of...

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. — 12 February 1909

Little Soiers ur blood are the milllkon Scorpu les that defend you r -ke and d keaep keomeep insto id these little soldiere ;etyy and strong, % himply to make d keep the o thae right quality his justwbat Hood's sraspe ila does--it helps the little soldiers in your blood to fight disease for you. in cures scrofula, eczemac eruptions, 6trrh, rheumatism, anemia, nervous - dyspepiR general debility, and b ilAe up the whole retem,. Recipe for Rheumatism. To l,,'i hilf pint good whiskey, add one o of syrup sarsaparilla, and One [ T,'ris compound, which can be proeur',l of any druggist. Take in teaýl,"tful doses before each meal snd ,,f,,r retiring. Followed up. thin is a sur,' remedy. It's easier to make a bluff than it is to get other people to stand for it. .tt. Vltus Datde and Nervou Di .II ss permanently cared by Dr ill nes Great Nerve Restorer. Bea lr ' tFi $2 trial bottle and treatise. L, . t. Kline. Ltd.. 981 Arch st., Phila.. Fs Wilbur Wright's record breaking flight. which won ...

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. — 12 February 1909

LOCLS Trade with the Helena Packing and Provision Co. Cbhurch Makes Good Sho, ling For Quarter Report of African Methodsl , Indicatc I'n usual l'rosperity-Stcw ards and TrI't u es ('ommcrnrd Iastor The African Methodist Episcopal Church enjoyed the most proslerous three months during the last quarter of the year 19(08, in its history, ac cording to the report submitted by the stewards and trustecs at the quar terly meeting held January 19. The financial showing is 13:i per cent bet ter than for the corresponding period of 1908. The work of Rev. W. T. 03 borne, the pastor, is especially com mended. The report says: "The pastor merits the confidence of his members, for he is preaching the gospel in its purity, and has done nothing without the advice and ap proval of the officers." The receipts for the quarter were 1791.82, while the disbursements amounted to $689.18 A noticeable feature of the report is the Woman's Mite Missionary Society, which contributed $117. The report is signed...

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. — 5 March 1909

THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER Vol. 'i" Helena, Montana, Friaav, JLz rk/i ;, 1909 No. 46 Pablitedl Weekly by The Montana Plaindealer Company. 1; BASS, . ... EDITOR. Subscripfion $2.00 per year, Strictly in Ad yance. *Advertising Rates on Application. Entered as second-class matter April 12, 10, 2 the Post Office at Helena, Montana, under the:Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Address all Communications to The Montana plaindealer, 19 South Main Street, Helena, Montana. PEACE ! PROSPERITY I UNION!!! Montana has jcined the Jiu Crow Colony alongside of Mis sissippi, South Carolina, Texas and Arkansas. God help us! Ahffly, of Jim Crow fame, can now go back to Broadwater and say to his constituency, "I have saved our race from being devoured." Senator Anin of Yellow stone, Republican Jim Crow statesman, along with Sykes, Alibi ight, Sanders, et al, have done more harm to Republican zsm than all the democrats in Montana, and will rue the day that they were a party to enacting laws which are clear ...

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. — 5 March 1909

NEWS OF THE WORII SHORT DISPATCHES FROM ALL PARTS OF THE GLOBE. A Review of Happenings In Both Eastern and Western Hemispherei During the Pest Week-National. Historical, Poi tical and Personal Events. C'-,:".S". La r aS . hniRae rwa, ;.: in New Noru.we r r . 0a figh:ir.g the ;r >. arCr:x i More :L~an iu L- :t :arcb i l tie 1L.a 4.:a i araie- March. 4. Wit."at f J: ..." TV 50d in Chii cagu Viar 's at -1.10 1-4 a bLoael. A pr'*ters sari.-:e on in the Union asd atav ,n.an .:cs a: Va.la Walt. The: rairsad ra:e case may go agan.-t .5pu.ace. ac orliog to the lat est rT"port. The co urtg prices by the steel maIO fai:ur.e -.a. uegtn and a gen eral rate was is exp--cted. Mrs. Ida 1 p. , a bride of four days, wa- mr rd&r1 in chicago Satur day i sm".: Lin;Raw Fern n. Al within tE' s-ace of five hours 32 ab-o.u:e d orce, were granted by Justice Thomas in BrookiŽyn recently. Senor Francisco de la Barra, the newly appncrted Mexican minister to the United States, La arrived in Wash ington. ...

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. — 5 March 1909

iOT NSOUTH OMAHA ANGRY MOBS ATTACK GREEK COLONY OF CiTY. A Because a Greek While Under Ar ast Had Killed a Policeman-Two Boys Were Shot and Eight Seriously Injured-Ottumwa, Iowa, and Kansas Cy Also Scene of Violence. Omaha, Neb., Feb. 22.-Following a harangue at a mass meeting at the city ball in South Omaha Sunday afternoon, at which two members of the state legis lature and an attorney were the princi pal speakers, a wild mob of 800 to 1000 men started for the Greek quarter to aveng the death of Patrolman Edward averg, thbo war shot and killed Friday night by a Greek whom he had placed under arrest. Before their thirst for blood had been satisfied two boys were shot and at least eight persons had been injured by heavy missiles which the crowd used as weapons and not less than 30 buildings were partly demolished. The injured boys are Frank Sweeney and James Gamble, each about 15 years old, who received part of the contents of a shotgun fired into the crowd by the maddened Greeks. T...

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. — 5 March 1909

Trade with the Helena Packing and Provision Co. J. W. Bush was over from Bozeman Monday. Will Walker was over from Boze man this week, when last here he was vanquished. in the Buck and Wing contest, but he got even this time by beatine all comers playing pool. J. C, Smith, the barber, was called home last week by the death of his father, He left for Topeka, Kansas, last Thursday. Eureka Lewis. one of the victims of the recent street car accident, on payment of his 9600.00 claim, left for his home and mother at Vicksburg, Miss. Black millionaires were the order of the day on Upper Main St. last week just after the Street Car Com pany settled with its victims. Quite an interesting debate was the feature at the St. James Literary last Wednesday evening, Mrs. C. E. McEvoy, who has been quite ill is reported as much im proved. Ward D. Cole left last Friday for Spokane, Wash, and while gone will visit Seattle for the Fair. It is indeed unfortunate that there is friction at St. James Churc...

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. — 2 April 1909

THE MONTANA PLAINtDEALERI - ....qVo. 47 M . 77, I , n MIontanau , Fr. , t -, 2, o000 / "- - n - - .. | ', |] ý ý lý ,l : - A w w1 .... -.. r • . . . . . . , ,`''lr'rtT I T n  A T 0 pubih,. t Weekly by The Montana i,,aindealer Company. S \SS, EDITOR. Subscrl'g z$2.oo per year, Strictly in Ad asnce .\,lvertising Rates on Application. EntetI as second-class matter April 12, 19o06' th" 'ost Office at Helena, Montana, under the :\ct of Congress of March 3, 1879. .ddre, 6l -ommunications to The Montana cI'1: aler, 19 South Main Street, Helena, Montana. Pl ACE! pI)ROSPERITY ! UNI()N !!! Thie broad and progressive po'icies of l'rf. Condon in conducting the p.blb choo s of this City, which has made them second to none in the land will 5ithltand all the attacks of all the .iufflys and Rafferties that have ever been created and that will be here after The colored brother cannot be enthu.ed at least for sometime to come over the election of any man to public office in these parts. The gamb...

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. — 2 April 1909

Pruning Largce Ihmbs. To e:.ýur- r:;,ld het .ig i t'ie plant after p Irh:.1 It is ces-sarv that all .'ounls sahu.d he :cft srnuoth. If it Is :ecesaryr t., use a saw I:n re:i. vrgn a arge itmb the :t sirf:.rua -, I, be eft smooth a.d clet., c ,:i rVuar.y around the edges. The sharp,-r the saw ,he .'.e:ai.er w1i. the :,ut be .and this ;hou:d in turn be made s:; ,ther by he use of a irur.i:, knife .r a sharp :hlse'. as the hte.:it.g pr, .ess starts ulh'ker and pr ,gr.pssr mre rapidly .hb.c th:s pIreautoi,:: Is ose.ved. It !reiue:tly haplens that in ,rder to ob :ail the best resut-s i remtevllig arge 'rary hi. two cuts FIshud bhe Inmade. The imlbt may t se cae off 1s Infches or 2 re-t a hove the p1, ,t of its origin In rder to prr.v.nt r,:ltti::g d,,wn and .aring off a .nsi:der I,.' irt of the ark. After the weight of the limb as been lieds etul by olitting away the main part a second cut can be made and the stub held In pusltlon until the cut is comlleted. The evil results of sp...

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. — 2 April 1909

b5TAGL rAMPS alPOSTA SYSRM IN' the earliest years the postage stamps of thlis country have varied in design. Their use was sanctioned by an act of c(ongress March 3, 1847. A tentative issue had been issuld at the postolflee of New Tort  ir in St. loulis two years before, In 1t5 . and In Rhode Island in 1844. The first st::almp Issued were for 5 and t 10 cents niti bore the portraits of Franklin Ial \\shlngttn. At various times a -t,,mpl'te series varying In price froml 1 to 00 ceints was issued. The portrilts used on the stamps were those ,if iFranklin, 1 cent ; Jackson, 2-cent ; \:alshlltgton, 3-cent; Lincoln. -ent ; Jef'frson. 10-cent ; Clay, 12-cent; Webster, 1: tent; Scott, 24-cent; H1am ilton, .0-'enlt ; Perry, 90-cent, and Stan ton, 7,tent. Most of these portraits were drawn from marbles, but Stanton was reprrodned from a photograph. Rowland II111 of England was found er of the miwlern postal system. Eng land, anrepting his schenme of postal reform, wats the first country t...

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. — 2 April 1909

VOCALS Trade with the Helena Packing and Provision Co. C. D. Martin who has been em ployed at the Montana club has resigned to accept a similar pos ition with the silver Bow Club at Butte. Harry Jacobs has returned to Butte from Los Angeles Cal. Miss V. Simmons is again at her old post in the Plaindealer Office. Miss Pearl Palmer is on the sick list. W. R. Rose has finished up a contract at the Broadwater Springs and is now engaged on another. The local Knights of Pythian lodge have reorganized and are again in regular working order. Mrs. D. H. Harris is reported on the sibL list. Mr. Cassway of Anaconda is a new arrival and is employed at the Montana Club. The dining crew on the Great Northern have arranged for a lay over in Hdlena. Miles York has opened up a hand laund dry and is now open for business. Look out for the Grand opening of the Manhattan Club. The Plaindealer is a prolific producer of marriageable maidens. Our typo, Miss Kneeland last week entered the holy bonds of mat...

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. — 23 April 1909

THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER Vol. 11 Helena, Montana, Friday, April 24, 1909o pithed Weely hy Tsh Morntauu piaindeI1er ComIpy'• tI. BASS, . . . EDITOR. Sabscription $2.00oo per year, Strictly in Ad ,icc. Advertising Rates on Application. Eatered as second.clam matter April 2a, si the Pot Office at Helena, Montana, ýader the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. In deg Address all Commnications to The Montana sie plaindealer, 19 South Main Street, wil Helena, Montana. de PROSPERITY I ar dr as UNION I! wi The Topeka Plaindealer will sti no doubt soon give to the peo- da ple a complimentary write-up th on Vardaman or Tillman, and ah tell the dear .people what fine a< gentlemen they are. They cer- T tain'y could do so with as tU much grace as they could write up Mayor Crittenden, of Kan- g sas City, Mo., who advocates si Jim Crow laws and the repeal n of the 14th and Isih Ament ments. There is such a wild rsh on s for the Recorder of Deeds job t at Washington, that it would t be hard to pick...

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. — 23 April 1909

NORTHWEST STATEF ITEMS OF IDAHO, MONTANA WASHINGTON AND OREGON. A Few Interesting Items Gathers From Our Exchanges of the 5It rounding Country-Namereas Ace dents and Personal Events Tak Place--Outlook Is Good. IDAHO ITEML. 'I"e naw city officers-elect of Coeu d '.\11:u City were sworn in Monday. Llu,,o .Jhnuiouo, 1i year od soun ,u-: .Imr, .tof Johnson & bou, of Troy w:,, r ctlllv ;attacked by a mountaln nI . bt with the assistance of his cat tih' <1. o put the lcon to rout. 1'.1tin r W\. J. Hendricks of the Cath uek. churlch of Muscuw has requestec tiii ij.le to relieve him from furthei .r\ wiie~ as prwist on account of his 7t ,a:ir- of ag;e and failing health. '1 he b<ody of George Phillips, a re rli-n' muntainier who lived in caves, ate rots and herbs and shunned worn c, ;ias fl.urnd in a remote section along .-lini;n river recently by the Huelsley brot hers. I!;,rry lifton, a married man of Po tell,, was arrested at Dillon recently on cla lrg.e of criminal assault in ...

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. — 23 April 1909

he Great Spring Medicine In Lhosandi of homi a, for more than thirty years, Hood's SaapartlUa ,s been taken, as a Spring Medicine, by every member of the familv. Peccliar to Itself in what it is and what it does, it combines the beat lood p~i iflers. appetizers and tonics, and effects complete sures of spring Ailments--all blood diseases, pimples, eruptions, seczma, erf .ln,. :;I. stomach, liver and kidney complaint,, loss of appetite, that ired fei,;g, all low or run-down conditioin of the system. IIood's Sarsaparilla effects its wonderful cures. not simply beeause it entaif = scrsaparilla, but because it combines the utmost remedial values iTier, than 20 different ingredients, each greatly strengthened and en iche, bhy this peculiar combination. There ingredients are the Very rem dies thit bDccessful physicians presreibe for the sanie diseases and ail eani. The're is no real substitute for Hood's Sarsalr:illn. If urged to ,,- qn.v preparation said to be "just as good." you may be...

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. — 23 April 1909

LOCALS Trade with the Helena Packing and Provision Co. Mrs. H. C. Simmons, who has moved to the West Side, is again looking for a house. Joseph Foreman, who has been over in Butte for about ten days, has re turned to dear old Helena A letter from C II. Mason says that his season has closed at Hot Springs, and that he is not sure of his summer location. John I. l.ee. who has had charge of the BathRooms on Upper Main St. for some time, has accepted a posi tion at the Gregson Springs, near Butte. He has full charge, and is destined to do a good business. Harry Jacobs, who has done Call fornia, Utah, and made a circle around the Horn, has again come back to dear old Helena. and ac cepted employment In a local cafe. The Helena Colored Band has now got down to actual practice, and will soon be ready for engagements. Quite a number of our young men are preparing to go to the Flathead Country when the opening take place. William Jefferson is now employed as valet for Col. Thos. Cruse. J. B....

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. — 28 May 1909

THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER -ol. I Helena, Montana, Fri d,_, .if , , 10o- No. 49 --..- ".- .................- - -lE )ONTANA PLAINDEALER punltished Weekly by The Montana Plaindealer Company. . t; BASS, . . EDITOR Sulcrltion $2.00 per year, Strictly in Ad vanct. Advertising Rates on Application. Ente cJ, as second.Class matter April 12, 190o6 .. the Post Office at Helena, Montana, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Addre" all Communications to The Montana I"t"imlealer, 19 South Main Street, Helena, Montana. PEACE ! PROSPERITY ! UNION!!! EDITORIAL The Universal Jim Crow sys tetm lhich is being extemtletl all ,\ver the ctountry has its adlher cnt- here int Ielena except when they get M r. Zip in the lpoker galn c where they skin him. The present status of things with a wvide open town is that only a few are getting the rake off ifrn the big poker games and legitimate business suffers ccordtingly. Bye and bye the Ii ig howl will come when it is too te. I HONESTY THE BEST POLICY 'Th1...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 28 May 1909

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Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 28 May 1909

I. hII. ca ecsefr NUssIUS* .l.:.!;ies a wife for upholding eifrn,.,t andi r*esenting insult. t, little symamthty for one ie1rte liV elt a mHtl to deeds eft,,< tl viholente. Nagging and ,e11t in 1ad temper leave indell i- . tie farce of a woman. on >le tiat on her chaneter. They ei „, w alet-ver swweetness nature ta! i e, her diilaositiot and make lvl,.' -ven in the eyes of those feel in duty bound to give her i1on. i1 i often hard to main !ieti< eua ulec provoItattion. but iM aiw;\yls the open door of Pa *u Iieow. A quarrel does not ve wif. red freite one side only, whet shouild be important to rv woniUt with pretensaea to refne Sis thep undtsinted vulgarty of ainW. I'<>icltion and refinement t6 r the daughter in order that she might comupare favorably with her wealthy asoiates. The plan is well worthy of i rnl tation.-Bardolph News. Medteial Maxstm. Inasy imony -. . it wixlndix. Thite walts for no pre*crlptlon. The path of >hi si leids but to the No olwration is w...

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. — 28 May 1909

LOCALS Trade with the Helena Packing and Provision Co. The following officers were elected to serve for the ensuing year by the R. J. Fletcher lodge No. 101, A. F. & A. M.: Eugene Clark, W. M.; B. F. Hooper, S. W.; H. J. Baker, J. W.; C. C. Matthews, Treas.; H. A. Sails bury, Sec. Their annual sermon will be preached the third Sunday in June at the St. James' church. Mr. R. Hilliard, formerly of 24tht regiment, who went from t here to Texas is back accompan ied by his cousin and says he is glad to get back. Miss F. Fitzgerald is taking her vacation and residing at the Cole Flats. b Chas Cole, is now employed as waiter at the Elk's cafe. Gail Bass a cousin of J. B. Bass of the Plaindealer, passed P through Helena Friday en route to St. Paul. G J. D. Hart who has worked at the Grandon for so long has re signed. Mrs. Harrison entertained the P' members and friends of the Busy Bee at her home on last Thurs day evening. All enjoyed a o1 splendid repast and were enter tained as only M...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
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