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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 18 June 1909

THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER Vol. iti Helena, Montana, Friday, Jnze Ig 1go9 No. o5 ME MOTANAPLAINDEALER publishe Weekly by The Montana Plaindealer Company. J. 1. BASS, . . . EDITOR. Subscription $2.00 per year, Strictly in Ad vance. Advertising Rates on Application. Entered as second-class matter April 12, go6, at the Post Office at Helena, Montana, ender the.Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Address all Communications to The Montana 'laindealer, ig South Main Street, Helena, Montana. PEACE!I PROSPERITY ! UNION !!1 EDITORIAL The signs of the time are for a greater effort al along the line to improve in our efforts to Do Something, and have something The efficiency of the Great Western University is very ap parent not only to us but to all Helena. The remarkable pro press of one of our own in the short space of time which she has been away stands for more than all the lectures and adver tiseemnts that can be given or written. The efforts of many of our people to take a chance for the open...

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 June 1909

HOW TO REhISTER FOR LANDS ONINDIAN RESER VATIONS TO BE OPENED. Applications Must Be Sent to James W. Witten, Coeur d'Alene City, Idaho, Between Dates of July 15 and August 9--Registration Blanks Fur nished by Government on Request. Hundreds of thousands of applica tione for registration for lands in the Flathead, Coeur d'Alene and Spokane reservations are expected to be re ceived between the dat-s of July 15 and August 9 at Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, by James W. Witten, superintendent of the opening, who bas established his headquarters in that city. Applications for registration must be on forms furnished by the general land office, which can be obtained at the fed eral land offices in Spokane, Coeur d 'Alene, Idaho, Kalispell, Mont., and Missoula, Mont. The blanks must be filled in there and sworn to before no taries public designated by the land commissioner, after July 15 and before August 5, according to information fur nished George C. Whitson, former mem ber of the Oklahoma legisl...

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 June 1909

Cheapness vs. Quality In the matter of food you can't afford to sacrifice Quality for Cheapness. Economy is right and good but inferior food products are dear at any price. SKCBAKING om POWDER is economical-not Cheap. Try it. The best at any price or 6 S your money back. "U - JAQUES MFG. Co. MP' Chicago. "11 . Guaranteed under all lure Food Laws The Speaker a Bervant. The Ilon. Joseph G. Cannon, speaker of the house of representatives, "'Uncle Joe" himself, discusses in the June Century Magazine "The Position of th Speaker-Is He an Autocrat or a servant?'" Mr. Cannon holds that "the speaker is the servant of the house," and his reasons for his stand form part of an article which will be widely read. Lumber Output Decreased. Lumber production in the United States was less in the calendar year 1908 than in the preceding year, ac cording to a report issued by the census bureau. The decrease amounted to 17.8 per cent, or from 40,256,154,000 to 33,t 289,369,000 feet. A well known lawyer ...

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 June 1909

Trade with the Helena Packing and Provision Co. Mont Lewis brother ot Mrs.E Clark has returned to I lelena and is back at his old job at the rion ana Club. Eugene Clark who was sudden ly called to the bedside of his Mother Missouri writes that she continues to be very ill. A Im a BUs returned home last week after a two years ab sence as a student of Western University~she shows knowledge in all the variousabrances taught at that place will remain in Helena during vacation returning to the Uuiversity in September. The show Tuesday drawed a large crowd. Joe Foreman left last week for Missoula and other points. L. V. Graye left last week for Seattle where he will engage in business. Will Irvin is now employed as Steward at the Elks Club while Joe Brown the genial one repre sentsbhim at!the Luzon. Chas. Reed, Joe Brown, Lucas and others were among the root ers who journeyed to Butte last Sunday. The Masons will turn oui Sun day evening the occassion being their annual 'Sermon. The Odd F...

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. — 30 July 1909

THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER Vol . I ______ Helena, M Friday, July 3O /909 ffii NTANAI1LAIND ALEB publishe Weekly by The Montana plaindelter C.mpany. 1;I BASS, . . . EDITOR. Sabscription $2.00 per year, Strictly in Ad vance. Advertising Rate- on Application. Entered as second-c1as' matter April 12, 1906, .t the Post 0ice aSI Helena, Montana, .under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Address all Communications to The Montana elaindealer, 19 Soutl. Main Street, Helena, Mom lna. PEACE! PROSPERITY I UNION !! Senator Dixon fL am Montana is ituch in evidence in framing the tariff legislation; he is one of the senate's leadrig spirits of whom all Montana is proud. We do not think that the gov ernor who signed tie Jim Crow bill in Montana is any better than the republican senate that passed it. The efforts of litany of our citizens to procure a homestead ini the Plath.eaA ***-t-a'^- * -* able omen. And the farm is the road to independence. And now what has become of the Protective Leag w and ...

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. — 30 July 1909

NEWS OF THE WORLD ShulT EISPATLIES FROM ALL PAIT OF TIE OLOBE, & Review of Happenings in Both Eastern and Western Hemispheree During the Past Week-National. Historical, Political and Personal Events. Joseph Donovan, while walking in his sleep, plunged from a ffth story window recently at Chicago. alighting on the pa'. ement below, Li: e5Laped injury aside from a slight fracture of the left ankle. At Union, Miss., Joseph o nd Peter McDonald were killed and two others seriously wounded in a shooting affray. While the search in America for Leon Ling, the Chinaman wanted for the killing of Elsie Siegel, has netted noth ing and has practically exhausted itself. dispatches to the New York police in dicate that the search has been taken up is Europe and promises results. Judge G. Bunn of the Bams4 y county, Minn., district court holds that the fellow servant law of North Dakota is unconstifutional. The court held that the law, which was enacted in 1507, applied to common carriers only ...

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. — 30 July 1909

ONLY ONE DOLLAR Plain and.... Ornamental Giable Sash From 18c to $6.50 Hindreds of different sizes in stock for in mediate shipment.*..'. Send fe. Price Lists. O. B. WILLIAMS Co., Seattle, Wash. LAZY LIVEP *"I And Cascarets so good that I would gt be without them. I was troubledi t deal with toe liver and headache. osince takinag CcaaCandy Cather. de I'feel very much better. I shall cer galty recommznei them to my friends a as bat medichne I have ever seen." Ann. Bezinet, Osborn Mill No. ., Fall River, Mae. t. PaslataMs. Pots.t. Taste Good. Never W~la ofety geh tatmp C C C. Guaranteed to A reporter of the Cincinnati En quirer-John R. McLean's newspaper was once sent into a small town i southwestern Ohio to get the story of woman evangelist who had been great ly talked about. The reporter attende one of her meetings and occupied front seat. When those who wished t be saved were asked to arise, he kep his seat and used his notebook. Th woman approached , and, taking him b the hand, sa...

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. — 30 July 1909

Trade with the Helena Pavking and Provision Co. Wesley Cottles Senator Murrill and Walter Parker went to Mis soula last week and registered for a chance or the Flathead lands. Arthur Clark brother to Eugeue Clark left last week for his home in Missoula. Mont Lewis made afliyin2 trip to Havre last week. Ward Cole is employed on Mil walkee R. R. and has a run out of Missoula. f. L. Ellis is arranaing to take another trip to nthe Blackfoot country. Arthur Palmer says that he is going to Seattle naxt month to see John and Cns and the fair thrown in. The gentlemeu are going to give a return entertainment to the ladies on the Loth of July at Cen tral Park it will he a bcsket pic nic anb danciug in the evening at the pavillion, The Progress club are makin arrangmenta to entertain bishop Grant when the Pnget Sound Conference meets here Aug. it th. Quite a bunch are going over to Missoula this week to register for the Flathead drawing. Uncle Dave Gordon says he is going to register for the F...

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. — 27 August 1909

THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER Vol. it Helena, Montana, Friday, Aug. S 190og 52 Vii'1A A PLAlNDEAIEB Weekly 1by Th Montan plaindeOler Oo 11*l . BASS, . EDITOR. ion $2.oo per year, Strictly in Ad Advertising Rates on Application. as secondclas matter April 12, the post Office at Helena, Montana, the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. all Communications to The Montana ;indealer, 19 South Main Wreet, Helena, Montana. ACE! OSPERITY I ION!!! hile the Treasure State is ng a great fight on one man is violating the law they err. proprietor of the Capital ic Hall has as much right to te the law as the score or of places that are running e (pen. mltling to the detrment of ess in Helena as no one but professional gamblers are ng the money. be consistent the fight Id be made on the general essness that prevails in Hel t this time. HE PROGRESS CLUB e Progress Club made good a vengenance in assisting church in caring for their ors during conference week, the grand climax was the in which they managed t...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 27 August 1909

IAE j7nrl pND ITS 1 Tes ---I-I- --~ he Witdow a eoed Wfte. Recent statistics indicate that th popularity of the widow is waning but should this be the case she car most certainly afford to be generous for her reputed charm has almost be come proverbial. There are many in stances of the second marriage of wl.d owe, and it is noticeable that the hum band in such cases frequently happens to be the younger of the two. This iI not extraordinary, for women invarla bly remain young longer than men and a woman who has encountered the exceedingly enlightening experience ol married life knows exactly how to deal with a man. She Is intuitive and can Instantly diagnose his mood. If he appears worried and distrait, she Ii tactfully quiet and sympathetic. She does not force his confidence, because she realizes quiet well that he will probably tell her everything later on. When necessary a widow is more en tertalining than a young girl. Her knowledge of life has made her inter estlng; her experien...

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. — 27 August 1909

LVgenm of Tee. Tea, says an eastern legend, first brought balm to man long ago in the fifth century,'A. D., when the ion of a powerful Indian rajah first stepped from his boat onto the shores of China. The young man was possessed of a desire to live in religious solitude. Hi food was to be the nuts and roots and herbs of the forest; his drink, the cool-running water of the streams. Among his strict vows was one that he would never thereafter close his eyes. But so great was his exhaus tion that he fell asleep in spite of himself when he reached the shade of the row of trees that bordered the coast. And great was his sorrow when he awoke. To punish himself for hav ing broken the vow, he slashed off his eyelids with his knife, and cast them onto the ground. The next day he chanced to pass by the spot where he had succumbed MOD*L YOUNG) XOTHEZ. ab h BY Ir; ~ lv *; '1' a. ." ·r-1 There was a young mother who lived in a whirl, A very young mother, yes, quite a small girl ; She'd so many ...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 27 August 1909

Trade with the IIelena P'aeking and lProvision (Co. Rev. Jones of Butte was over last week he seeks to organize babtisp church in this this city. M1r. W\. \Wheeler of St. Joe, Mo,.. a nephew of .\lr. II. Sauls burg i- a new arri\al in out city .ind will re.i(le here in the future. \I rs. E. I.. Clark was equal t, the occasion and on last \\Venliies day evening when a crowd br,,ke in on her, was prepared t, fur nisih watermelon, and all of the delicacies of the season a )leas ant evening at cards 'lancing, etc. was had and all who went en jovyed themselves to the utmost. Gco. I. L.ee is now employed at the .\. \. Iloiter Ilardware Charley Mlatthews and I.. :Fore man made a trip to the (lain and caught all the fish. The .Manhattan Club manage Iment have consented to let out one night in a week for dancing the first dance will be given early next month. II. J. Baker after enjoying a \acation of llore than two weeks has returned to, his station at the trandon while he was off the I'lain...

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. — 24 September 1909

THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER Vol. t r Helena, MAotiL. Friday, Oct. Po 10o ·t m ,, SMO9NTANA PLAINIEALEK pablished Weely by The Montana Paindealer Company. u J. B. BASS, .. . EDITOR Subscription $2.00oo per year, Strictly in Ad vance. Advertising Rates on Application. Entered as second-class matter April 12. tgo6, .t the Post Office at Helena, Montana, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879 Address all Communications to The Montana vlsindealer, t9 South Main Street, Helena, Montana. PEACE ! PROSPERITY ! UNION !!! A GREAT CONQUEST Although wide open gambling has been goin on in this town for many days the police have winked a it, but at the work beck and call of a tout, cocaine fiend they have made a migh ty swoop down on the Manhattan club and carry to the filthy jail at 2 o'clock a. m. and lined $1() hail ,er Inan, a more inadequate act couldl not have been committed. They carried off with a great hurrah a box of solo chips and say: look what we have done. And what is it they raided,...

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. — 24 September 1909

TAFT MET JAPANESE WHILE THEY WERE liOIN EAST AND HE COMIN5 WEST. Our President Gave Them a Hearty Welcome and Assured Them of Our a Lasting Friendship-They RBeponded -All Lunched Together on Shores of Lake Minnetonks. ---- t President Taft Sunday met the 0 r members of the Japanese commercial 1' commission at Minenapolis, now tour- a ing the United States. He bade them t a heaz ty welcome, assuring them of the r lasting friendship of the American peo- q ple, praising their industry and pa- a triotism, and drank a toast to the pros perity of the Japanese, "the sincere friends of America." The meeting was tl at a luncheon at the Lafayette club, b on the shores of Lake Minnetonka, ten- A dered by the commercial club of Min-|A neapolis. vi President Taft scouted the idea that m there had ever been the slightest dan- ti ger of trouble between Japan and ta America. He paid his compliments to th the military valor of Japan, and said w the country "was then fighting in de fense of her right...

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. — 24 September 1909

ASHINGTON WOMEN WHO OULD REIX, UPON THEIR. LEN3TS IRLIVELIHOOD he claim that Washington-women Musicians also concede her ablityv the most generously talented and and as a concert pianist Mrs. Taft iously cultivated of any in the might, had she chosen to do so, have ntry is borne out, the Washington become almost as well known to the t says. by a knowledge of the people of the ilnited States as she tes and capabilities of many wornm- now is. who are regarded chiefly as charm- Miss HelPn Taft is still so young hostesses or admired belles. that her talents and tastes are little e most notable instance of a known to the public. She inherits the oington woman of leisure who huas fondness for study whlch Is Inherent 4e a name for herself, not only in the Taft fanily, and has always ughout the country, but also been among the leaders In the classes ougi o:t the world, is, of course, of the schools which she has attended. SMabel Boardman. Although she In addition to her -aholastic pursul:s....

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. — 24 September 1909

Trade with the lb-lena Packing ufiI Pritvision Co. Lit: .\ fr I)utrielle wa, iv-r fri m ih lt to vi--it the fair Perry "irh'>i we! known thriough nt tl- wr-- ha jit-t re turntd fronm t rip (' i IO oh! !;oni in L-'e diigton. Ky. Geno. C'.'-h lsi:i. forin rly oIf Butte. i-. a i t- r iii tliii ity Johnny ta :intkec 1:-, madl it back from Itt'e to -<e tie b!o-. Mr. R. R-- of Denvr. ai wvry tal ntited ni;i<-ician it in thl city and is :lipiii). -( at a l t;i!a place. C(ha-. Co- write' from Havre thut iI is (4nng wel!. Mfr. W. M1tI)Iniil ii r-ver tromi LewMtowl> anlllw thie Fal iloing hliI Fair. m1i- Trr-.-a York 4-nii-ter of MNiles York. \till : i..:i!lnl (Ct 11) for We-tern 1nitir-i r'iy. at Quindarioi. Mr. M. Martin of St. Paul wai a lIlelena vi;-itor thi, wi-k, he wa- with the Taft party. WmVn. M-on ;tinl wife are prepar ing to leave the city to r siuthern California, wh-re th-ey will reside. W. C. Irwin wa- aniong the Butte ifelegation. NfMis It. Davis ai prontinent chef ...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 29 October 1909

THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER Vol. fI Helena, Montana, Friday, Oct 291909 published Weekly by The Montana plainderler Company. B. BASS, ... EDITOR. Ssbscription $2.oo per year, Strictly in Ad ,ance. Advertising Rates on Appli.ation. Entered as second-class matter April 2, 19o6, at the Post Office at Helena, Montana, seder the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879 Address all Communications to The Montana vlaindealer, 19 South Main Street, Helena, Montana. PEACE ! PROSPERITY I UNION II! EDITORIAL We are under many obligations to the Topeka Plaindealer for their kindly mention as to our carrier in Kansas. " We can only say that with failing health that we are still holding up the race unity and progress, and if we fall we will keep hold unto the end. We would publish clipping of the above mentioned had not some misceant purlioned it from our desk. OUR NEW PASTOR Rev. B. R. Guy the new pastor of St. James is making good with a vengance since his arrival the church work has taken on with a new vim...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 29 October 1909

mmm a -me h bld wrpto fgt diMas fo m does--tt help the YIIM sol fo our blood to t disease for yeu It cares scrofula, ee sma1 0 eatarrh, rheumatism, anemia, r nes, dyspepsia, general debility, a builds up the whole system. When Bloggins, senior, on the oc casion of his annual party, was oblig ing .is guests with " 'Ti. Love That Makes The World Go Round," Master William Bloggins seized the opportun ity to retire for a few minutes behind the Japanese screen with his sire a half-smokd cigar. The applause was subsiding, Master Bloggins was observed by one of the company to be looking far from well. His face had taken on the hue of putty and his eyes stood out like small hat pegs. "Good gracious, Willie! What's the matterl" cried Mrs. Bloggins in alarm. "I believe you've been smoking!" Willie shook hi: head. " 'Tain't that," he declared un truthfully. "If it's true what fath er's been singing about, I-1 re-reck on I'm in love!' "We'll teach those trusts a thing or two," said the statesma...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 29 October 1909

NEWS OF THE WORLD gOrT ITEMS FrOM ALL OVER TIE ENTIRE 6LOE. Review of Happef2s5 in oth gPstrn and Weatern Hemispheres Par the Past Week-National, t istorical, Politicl and Personal President Taft was at Houston, To", saturday. A slight earthquake shock was felt is Memphis taturday. At tickman, Ky., a slight earthquake shock was felt Saturday. Thomas Coman, who was mayor of New York city in 1868, is dead of pneu seaia Between 1 and 2 o'clock Saturday sorning a slight earthquake shock was felt at Evansville, Ind. Blight earthquake shocks were felt rturday at Alton, -Ill., and St. Peters, Mo. .o damage resulted. The predicted 15-Cent level was reached in the cotton market Saturday. March cotton sold at that figure and May advanced to about $1 per bale over day before. Coburg, Germany. - The socialists won another seat in the reichstag at recent elections in this city, which had been regarded as a stronghold of the sational liberals. The Portola festival, which for five days was celebra...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 29 October 1909

Trade with the Helena Packinl and Provision Co. It is reported on good authorlt3 that wedding bells will soon be ringing. A prominent young mar of this City and young lady whc was here but is now away are tc be the contracting parties. The Luzon is more having closed out Oct. Ist. J. D. Hart says he will leave for a visit to Washington D. C Miss Vera Simmons is back tc eases in this Office. Mr. O. Finney and wife have returned from a trip east having visited with their Parent in Iddianapolis and Vickburg Miss Billy Knott who has been here since April has returned to his homein TopekaKa r i. Mrs. A. Palmer family accom panied by Mrs. E.i Simmons Gus Masou and Will Donnell are ont in the Monntains for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Mcginnis are new Comers in the City from Sherdia Wyoming. Mi. and Mrs. Day are also arrived from Sherdian and will 4 make this will futher home. I Harry Jacobs has left the City to accept a position in Bozemen. It is reported that still another c wedding is on tap th...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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