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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 25 May 1906

THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER I. ý Helena, Montana, Fr3iz, May 25, ioo6. No. II. llI; IWNTANA PLAINDEALER. notished Weekly by The Montana Plaindealer Company. S. IjASS, . . EDITOR. clj-l tion $2.00 per year, Strictly in Ad :ince \~d.ertising Rates on Application. as secondClass matter April 12, a. Al trli l'ost Office at Helena, Montana, \ C, Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Jdre' all Communications to The Montana llaindealer, 19 South Main Street, Helena, Montana. 1'EACE! iROSPERITY !! UNION!!! prI'. g Vernon's Confremation. 'Tice announcement of the con rfu-tion of Prof. W, T. Vernon as mister of the U. S. Treasury by hi U. S. Senate last week, is no lily gratifying to his friends but o all lovers of fairplay and justice. The rise of Prof. Vernon has ecl' wonderful and his life can well e etitulitted by our young men It,, aspire to the best and highest ti zensh ip. Only a few years ago this young tan emerged from the back woods t Missouri, and by hard work and crseverance he succeeded ...

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. — 25 May 1906

NEWS OF THE WORLD SisiT TELEUAPI ITEMS FlMu ALL PATS Of THE 5LISL A Review of Happenings in Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week-National, € Historical, Political and Personal Events. S The appointment of Frederick W. p Whitridge by President Roosevelt as ( spccial ambLa:.iaior representing the f United States at the wedding of the king of Spain and Princess Ena of Bat- c tenberg is highly popular on both sides o of the Atlantic. a The wage dispute in the Lancashire if (Eng.) cotton trade has been settled Jt at a conference held in Manchester between the employers and the card room workers, under the presidency of C W. Macara. The increase in assessments made by the supreme councli of the Royal Arcanum last year is held to be both legal and right by the full bench of the Massachusetts supreme court. Fire which started in the stables of th'- Northw astern Lumber company At to Stanley, Wis., from a spark from the wi Northwestern mill destroyed 100 rest tb< denc...

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. — 25 May 1906

More Converts Every Year Every day in every year that comes, more housewives are giving up their exhorbitant priced Baking Powders and turning to K C, the honest and reliable, which has stood so well the test of years. They are find. ing out that K CBAKINC POWDER costs one-third the price of powder anywhere near K C quality, and makes better, purer, more healthful baking. 25 ounces for 25c. Send postal for 'Book of Presents." JAQUES MPG. CO. Chicag.. Dl. Pope Is Very Sick. Rome-Although Vatican authorl ies make the statement that the con dition of Pope Pius X. is as good as 'an be expected under the circum stances, there is no question but that there is grave soprehension over the fact that his ralady is not yielding to treatment as it should. TWICE-TOLD TESTIMONY. A Woman Who Has Suffered Tells How to Find Rellef. The thousands of women who suffer backache, languor, urinary disorders and other kidney ills, will find comfort in the words of Mrs. Jane Farrell, of 606 Ocean Ave., Jers...

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. — 25 May 1906

The Monta na Plaindealer JOB DEPARTMENT TO sc-p l H T u c k t r F v r e zn a n Letter Heads, Note Heads, Galling Cards, Envelopes and Dodgers. All Work Guararteed Satisf3ctcry or MHrey Refupded. OQe Triai is alI we Ask. 19 S. N lain. Helena. Mont. ..............**.................. ; Locals.^7 I ye are a race aa andi hane teN if that gO with it. becribe w Tm PaLamWUtaa 35 keep p-Ne" as the delagt of the race. Psachiug at StL Jams chnkc Sth ewte al Hoback seet. Sun d at il& aL amLS a. by the alut^ Laty .^t^ aM^dlt *« 3L a. & Mue S lst. A.Ouh . Dum ^Th e- aSU~th*>.& wh-ew pLm^ ' ,a eii~iri ;r n~iiM V rn abwt yaw Oib I - ssjrneimew Sr me m..l paperdee nt eatiM yelt sigalnly PLAIIDSEk win nm wh wek as Owl Cohn. with the old Keche Ma. as its editor, ad wobl-bde septy foft who tem out iob e aiduight ca runshes ad moatjoinjt frequmeas had beinr walk tmigkhtr t wil hear s=oMe thag*drop. A hiatto the wime a The Akm Gant will play the Ah Imuatry Wal tem at Cabtal Park. StEhMy a...

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 June 1906

THE MONTANA PLAINDEALERI r/. _ _Helena, Montana, F iday, June N, 1906. __ _ _ _ _ No. 12. E MONTANA PLAINDEALER. blished Weekly by The Montana Plalndealer Company. j. B. BASS, . . . EDITOR. cription $2."W per year, Strictly in Ad ce. Advertising Rates on Application. ntered as secondl.ass matter April 12, , at the Post office at Helena, Montana, er the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. ress all Communications to The Montana Plaindealer, 19 South Main Street, Helena, Montana. EACE! ROSPERITY !! NION!!! ime and patience after all, will omplish all things. e could see where it might ,e been allrlght for two colored gous denominations in a city the of Helena, but we cannot con e why there should be two dif nt and distinct masonic lodges, ntly the brethren did not dwell ether in peace and harmony. One of the reasons that more iness concerns are not put on by our people, they are afraid squezze, and cannot stand hard s they want to invest a dime in 6o days draw a dividend of per-cent we c...

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 June 1906

PALACAE AlT MADRID MANSION WHilE KIN6 ALFONZO AND BRIDE WILL RESIDE. Lavishly Prepared With Richest Art Treasures-The Palace Is One of the Largest in Europe-Royal Throne a Superb Affair - Queen's Wedding Gown a Rich Piece of Finery. Madrid, .May ti The royal palace of Madrid Is doubly inIeresting just now, both as the place from which Alfonso went to meet his bride and as the future home of the royal couple. The suite of apartments designed for the future queen have been most lav ishly prepared with richest art treas ures. But aside from this the palace itseii Is one of the largest and most sumptuous of Europe. It Is built on the former site of Alcazar, home of the ancient kings. from plans by the Italian artist, Giovanni I3ettirta Sac chetti. The first stone was laid in 1738, and 26 years afterward Charles Ill. took possession of the edifice and began the decoration of the interior. ire expenditure amounted to 3n)0,000, (0pj rials. The massive structure is of granite throughout, ex...

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. — 1 June 1906

IN CONSTANT AGONY. West Virginian's Awful Distrese Through Kidney Troubles. W. L. Jackson, merchant, of Park r5burg, W. Va., says: "Driving about in bad weather brought kidney trou bles on me, and I suffered 20 years k with sharp, cramp ) ing pains in the back and urinary disor ders. I often had to get up a dozen times at night to urinate. Retention set in, and I was obliged to use he catheter I took to my bed, and e doctors failing to help, began using an's Kidney Pills. The urine soon ame freely again, and the pain grad ally disappeared. I have been cured ight years, and though over 'o, am as tive as a boy." Sold by all dealers. 60 cents a box. ster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. AP CHIEFS GO TO MANCHURIA. ogo, Kuroki and Ito To Make a Tour of Inspection. Vice Admiral Togo, General Kuroki n', Marquis Ito, with a suite of Ad irals and generals, will start shortly a tour of inspection in Manchuria. 'his important mission is supposed to the outcome of the recent state uncil at which, th...

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 June 1906

....***.......................... Locals. If yo are a race mas, and have the pride that gees w'th it, subscr:e for Tme PLAuDrALEx and keep poested oan the doiage of the race. Preachidng at St. James church Sth evenue and Hoback street. Sun days at 11 a. m. and 8 v. m by the; pastor. Sunday school at 2 p. =., A. Marshall srpt. Carrie Dorey. Chorister, Florence Anderson. sect. Pleas notify this office when you change your address; or if your paper does not reach you reguarly eab week-. V. Rogers was aup a ew days this week from AThambra Springs. Gnee Johaon left Sunday for Martins Dale, Mont. o Charley Zllard will leave Satur- I day for an eztanded rvisit to his old lir ihome at aks r tee A 'plend:d prc~graz direct .,n fN- 'r a at 't. James chr-c :as' f-~'½ evening. The incienent weather . :as lWednesday was a hindrance good many who desired to .._:; the cemetry and decorate the graves o: their love,! ynes. Harry Saulsbtrg has the Sal Lake fever. Good-bye Harm. Messrs M-son and Reesia...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 8 June 1906

IONTANA PLAINDEALEIR hed Weekly by The Montana plaindealr Comnpany. 13. BASS, . EDITOR. tiwo $2.oo per year, Strictly in Ad Advertising Rates on Application. ed as second-claS matter April 12, the Post Office at Helena, Montana, e Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. all Communications to The Montana aindealer, 19 South Main Street, Helena, Montana. XCE! OSPERITY !! ION!!! The Black Man's Dogle. ery time a distinguished ora dresses himself to a negro nce he harps upon the neces f hard labor as a factor in the and development of our brethren. "Go to work!" s Booker T. Washington to assembled thousands of his At Hampton, Va., address Memorial day meeting of students, President Roose aid that "the true place for egro is in industrial work." resident told his audience ke up work." All the saviors Negro race continue to din ine of hard work into the of the blacks. w the average Negro likes chops better than work. The ge Negro gets along pretty thank you, without busting nders at physical to...

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. — 8 June 1906

NEWS OF THE WORLD SHORT TELL6RAPH ITEMS FROM ALL PARTS Of THE GLOBEL A Review of Happenings In Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week-National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. Arniz'a and New Ml'x.co have been gian a r~gtit to Pr (or againit joi t ,tra's ,',r (, pr'. lt. on Milertil ohool Jail- of (Oxiahorua art to be Li- for oiitit of .state. Pgy pt i~ h're at ibrfaitn and fears are titi . for ,al':. of the Eig lish. Areh,-i iop Jrviarii of St Paul ar riied int Nw York on lb.. *.riatnr r I. T'ourajine from f r. .lore I.rablling , eriirng ilont. thi, sprirg in Itirt- I than tiiir bifore. George W Siki,, a nriapapir man well known in iflltna, sirm i irbeil to Iright'a dil.i-a s at llutte reeer tly. The sainatra bas paisa.ed thbi resolution pioviiling frt the piirihae of sipplie, for the: Panana canal in th Uniterd States unli-, the prisidi'nt di:rmrns the prices unr a:,onabl i or extortiorate Th1 governrments of Sweden and Norway have negotratid a loan o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 8 June 1906

CANANA OWQUIET HEXICAN ARMY IN FULL CONTROL OF THE TOWN. Martial Law Was Declared-Whole populace is Disarmed-36 Mexicans and Six Americans Killed-Uncle Sam's Troopers Have Returned to Their Posts. Bisbee, Ariz., June 5.-The situation at Cananea is again normal. The American volunteers who went across the line at Naco with Governor Ysabel of Sonora on Saturday morning have returned to Bisbee. Their services were no longer needed, although their preslnce there during Saturday, before the arrival of Colonel Kosterlisky with Mexican rurales, held the situation in check. The town is now under martial law and Colonel Kosterliski is disarming Mexicans and Americans alike. A tele phone message to the Review says not a single shot has been fired since Sat urday afternoon at 6 o'clock. Colonel Kosterlisky, Governor Ysabel and the governor general of Sonora, assisted by General Torres, are on the ground and Colonel Greene makes the state ment that the trouble is over. A conservative estimate o...

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. — 8 June 1906

Locals. If you are a race man, and have the pride that goes with it, subscribe for THE PLAINDEALER and keep posted on the doings of the race. Preaching at St. James church 5th avenue and Hoback street, Sun days at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. by the pastor. Sunday school at 2 p. m., A. Marshall supt., Carrie Dorsey, Chorister, Florence Anderson, sect. Pleas notify this office when you ch nge your address; or if your paper does not reach you regularly each week. Mrs. Faulkereon left Helena for Tonapah, Nev.. Thursday. She was l accompanied as far as Butte by f Mrs, Geo. Lee who will visit in that a city for a few days. Officer Wim. Irvin was retained s on day duty for the month by Chief t] Flannery, instead of the regular a change. a Mr. McMoore, nephew to Win. mason was tendered a position on the dining car service between here and Livingston Tuesday. B. F. Hooper went the first of the week to the valley to complete a large contract of kalsomining. Jno. Montgomery and Gus Thorn ton went out...

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 June 1906

THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER Vol. I _ Helena, Montana, Friday, June 15, r9o6. No. 14. un A PIAI ARR white passengers in Tennessee who l i i i . n i l gibed Weekly by The Montana Plaindealer CompanY. . B. BASS, . . . EDITOR. 'ption $s.oo per year, Strictly in Ad. e. Advertising Rates on Application. eed as second-class matter April 12, at the Post Office at Helena, Montana, the Act of Congress of March 3, 18,g. all Communications to The Montana plaindealer, 19 South Main Street, Helena, Montana. EACE ! ROSPERITY ! NION!!! Welcome to The Eagle.. ext week the Eagles with their s will swoop down upon the tal City, not in hostile spirit ver to feloniously devour us, o accept the hospitality which been offered them to hold their al Arie in this city. e local order has spared no s or expense in getting every g in readiness to make the stay e Eagles which will congre from all over the state, at t and profitable one and } the assistance of all of the t ns, there is no question but t their welcom...

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 June 1906

NEWS OF THE WORLD SHI T TELE6BAPH ITEMS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE GLOBL A Review of Happenings In Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week-National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. The sailors Stiik, at £n I'rauciscu is ended William Jennings liBran, ~is wfe. I son and daughter ar" at DJied.-n. Dr. Parks Ilttchie, dean of the Lni versity of Minnesura, Lha tLhi,.;C hL;. resignation to the govcior. A reception given by Anmbassador Luke Wright recently wa. one a thh. most brilliant social func(u1;s e·'r" seen in Tokio. Stockyards to rival the i r,: tnt scene of pac-king hous. iudu tris a;e to be founded by Sir T'Ihoma. Lipton near Cary, Ind. The identity of the muridre(r of Mrs. Alice Kinnan, bho was struck down on the stoop of her home in New York is still a mystery. Mr. Blackburn of K'n:w' !.y has been elected chairman of the demo cratic conference committee to suc ceed Senator Gorman. Mrs. John E. Madden has been granted an absolute divorce trr.r; her hus...

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. — 15 June 1906

iORNADO HIT HAYVRE, MONT. Havre, Mont., June I1.-Havre and Fort AsinUniboine were struck by a tor ,ado TuesdaY afternoon that did dam us estimated at $200,000. Boildings were toppled over without warning when the wind struck and not structure in the path of the tornado scaped damage. tieveral persons were injured, but up to a late hour no fatal ities were reported. The fierce wind carried rain with it, which fact precluded the possibility of damage by fire. Men anu women were swept from their feet by the hurricane and for several minutes it was courting injury to venture outside. Later the wind subsided some and the work of rescue commenced. An earthquake could not have more completely demolished the glass in the city. There is scarcely a whole pane of glass in the down town district and residences also suffered severely. The Havre hotel lost 980 window lights and many other buiidings were similarly treated. pandemonium reigned for a time aft tr the hurrloane struck. Women were hyst...

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 June 1906

Locals. If you are a race man, and have the pride that goes with t,. subscrrie for THE: PLAINDEALER and Keeep posted on the doings of the race. Preaching at St. James church 5th avenue:and I loback street, gun days at 11 a. m. and8 hv. m by the pastor. Sunday school at 2 p. m., A. Marshall supt., Carrie I)orsey, Chorister, Florence Anderson, sect. Pleas notify this office when you ch nge your address; or if your paper does not reach you regularly each week. Pat Keys formerly at thb• Palace saloon has accepted a position as valet for Col, Thos. Cruse. Gus Mason and J. B. Reid left ) Helena last Monday evening for an extender I trip in the east. Editor J. B. Bass is in Butte this n week in the interest of 'TIIE MON TANA PI.AINDEALER. Wednes'lay was pay-day at Fort William Hienry Hiarrison. F It is reported that the wedding of bells will soon ring among Helena's p elect. J. fai Buy your vegetables and meats J. from the Helena Packing and Pro vision Co. 20 Harry Simmons will have charge...

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. — 22 June 1906

//J / / Sf j/ THE MONTANA, PLAINDEALER Vol. f. H elena, M oAf taa r4, A id y, Ju ne 22, 1906. - ... .... - - SWekly by The Montana piaindealer Company BASS, . . EDITOR. ion $z.oo per )ear, Strictly in Ad Advertising Rates on Application. d as secolnd-cas- matter April 12. the Post O:li-& at Helena, Montana, e Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. all Communications to The Montana laindealer, 19 South Main Street, Helena, Montana. ACE! OSPERITY !! ON!!! -4--- A Joernal fior Everybody. first thought knowing that ublication is published pri y in the interest of the Afro ican, for their uplift, etc., the I observer might think that eat majority of our readers our own race, but such is not . True, 75 per cent of our e are readers of this journal, yen at that, we have three as many subscribers among hite frietlds as of our own le. The reason is obvious: we do not have a large popu of our people. Second, the hire citizens admire thrift and nterprise in our race; and in ly when given an opp...

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. — 22 June 1906

BI5 STRIKE EMINENT ALL RUSSIA IN MIDST OF LARGE POLIfICAL UPiEAVAL. Agrarian Troubles Distended and Dis orders Are Rife in the Army-Reds Eager to Lift Lid-St. Petersburg Streets Filled with Crowds of Work men Talking of Political Strike. St. Petersburg, June 19.-The gen eral situaL;In is hourly growing more disquieting and the country seems to be on the verge of another gigantic upheaval. In St. Petersburg and Mos cow the populace is greatly excited, and nothing is talked of except a gen eral political strike which would bring the government to its knees. The pro letariat leaders, who have been pre paring for months for a blow, believe the moment has come to strike. The agrarian troubles now are sufficiently extended and disorders in the army are rife. The government has openly refused to accede to the demands of parliament, and a rupture is imminent there. The ultimate plans of the leaders de pend upon the success achieved, but if the government is brought down it is not doubted th...

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. — 22 June 1906

The Home Oe th Wave Circle is the home where good cooking is loved, whre the famy t fine of bcuits, doughnuts, cakes, and pies and other good things cever day. The baking is always delicious and wholesome because K C Baking Powder --th baking powder of the wave ,a Get KC to-day! 25 ounces for 25c. If it sn't all that we claim, JAQIS MV. CO. cIeagae. DR. DOUGLAS HYDE SAILS. Has Raised $60,000 For The Gaello League. Dr. Douglas Hyde, president of the Gaelic league in Ireland, and Mrs. Hyde have sailed for their home in Ireland. Dr. Hyde took back with him a check for $50,000 to aid the cause of the Gaelic league in Ireland. This sale was raised at the public meetings that Dr. Hyde addressed dur Ing his visit of seven months. Denver Lawyer is Dead. T. C. Campbell, a well known law yer, once general counsel to the Wood men of the World, Pacific jurisdiction, died at Denver from cranial hemor rhage. He was injured in a fall from an electric car a little more than a week ago, while retur...

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. — 22 June 1906

Locals. WVm. Crosby was in toa agiai this week. Mr. Jno. Hfil is wrorking at tht Montana (Clb. Mr. Reed of butt. visited HM-lkn Odd Feliowsduring th- we*.k. Little Mr. Dutrell was one of thr out of town visitors this wrk frmin Belt. IThe sE-'ing cirI- met at th- r-si deace of Mrs. M. -ks on Broadway Thuarday. Ms. AI. Walton and daughter of Gnat Falls have moved to this city to make it their home. Mrs. George Lee ret~urnl to the city last Tue' ay after a week's visit with friends in Baitt*. The Black Eagl* band creatWe a great deal of favorable comment daring the visit of the Eagle this week. c Lngk yV.I.P af : s.7s pape 'r :- .r. "-ac r -ic ' h:lx j ni- t' is j.,z' " r:: :. " ( LI""'tr'eLi c;ity Tu. - Lv ..r i fr - with 1. r it ··. ý. Ir-. ;"r:,:, r: ._. Hitrry ''Il ýfl ri- . tb*- r.r.i- fo t ar.. "-,ju1;, t,, t' uli r '..rulc· of I rli'l~i.,' t! LI· 'r., : a t th at po p u lar Y,(s t .Ar 6 . Lloyl' s Show SLiniiini I.' rl' r wa a cent"r of interest Iiiriji- th. p):;-t w'..k and s...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
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