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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 29 June 1904

THEMONTANA NEWS. VOLII. LEWI8T0WN,MONTANA, WEDNB8DAY, JUNE St, IDOL j NO.II. Howthe Farmers Land Is Quietly Slipping Away Well,^Citizen^ Watson shook^hands with the Strenuous one. Ah,^me! Mrs.Otto Kempendorf and little^boy left Wednesday morning to^visit the Fair. THETHEORY Thefarmers are a prosperous and^ever growing class. Always Wrong^bulletin (rep.) Prosser, Wash. (Andremember, please, the Bul^^letin boasts that the republican* do^not indulge in ^theories.^) THEI M i Thefarmer knows he has l^een ^^favored child of fortune these last^few years. lie knows it because^politicians have told him so. His^pocketbook and bank acc ount may^not tell him so, but if the money is^not in one or the other of these^places, it is surely his own fault. Fordo not the NMD reports for^1900 tell him that the 5,737,372^farms in the United States increase.I^in value fr ^m 1SS0 to 1900 from $ 10,-^197,090,776 to I16.6r4.647,491, or^64 per cent^ Ami did not the value^of his live stock products increase^du...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 29 June 1904

THEMONTANA NEWS. J.H. ISSIF.II WEEKLY. WALSH Editor and Proprietor. Enl.-r.-.l^t Ihe I*^h^i llfliiv (^r lran^nii^^i^in^thruugti I In- ma.l ;ii -^^i-.nitl i-Uhh talc*. SIMISlRII'TloN. U - i i.k yeah. A.1\.it -nm Hal.^ mart-' known upon applioa-^lion at this ciflicf. Anysubscriber ti^t receiv^^ing the News legllllllj should^notify this othce at ^ince. It^onlv takes a MM cent postal^rani. Our mailing li-t is prac-^tirallv perfect, and inanv errors^are carlessly made at certain^postofhces, and our readers ,same velt,when he said ^One difference^between the opposition the demo^crats (and ourselves' is this: They^select their candidate for the peo^^ple, and the people select our candi^^date for us.^ C.uess that's poor.^After reading the program previous^^ly arranged for the whole republican^convention where delegates are a^lot of ninny hammers, the above^comes as a huge Jok* TheNew* will Move lo Helena. Withthis issue of the paper we^complete business in I .ewistown,^anil will move immedi...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 29 June 1904

V Millinery V OurLine of Millinery is now Complete with all the latest^styles of Hat* rind Trimmings as well as a large stock MM^^MM ftatS ntnglSg III price from $1 .(H) up ^ ^ T^ ^^^^^*^^r*)ur Stock of Dry Hoods and loot RJM.yJuUo wear is complete and prices low Je Fruits a.rvd Confectionery J* Weh.^.\ B refitted up our fruit and confectionery depart^^ment and will handle everything in this line 7 VMurray ^ Murray V VVWVWW*Vw'V%'V^.WVWVV%1 BUYYOUR: DryGoods, Clothing, Hats Shoes, ladies^And Gent's Furnishing Goods at the NewYork Store I.LWISTOWN MONTANA Thereis 10 plact where you can do BUTTER. HAIR 1)1 AUNG is^our MOTTOJl^A A OFA LOCAL NATURE Frythat ire cream at EdfO^^cotnbe's. 1he best | cent dgSf in town at^Ld-ecombe's. I'inferSocialism the bull pen will^go out of existence. Thebest and ^lu.ipi.st pipe in^town at F (l^erombe's. Socialismmeans the full prod ad^of vour labOf for vourself. Wepay rash for bi^Us ami pelts.^^Lewistown Meat % PMvttioO Co. I'ianosand (Irfaus at the ^Ar...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 29 June 1904

M:Henry P. Nelson P3interAnJ^aper ^an^cr SATIS!'ACTIONGUARANTEED^^Alt^ nti.m (liven Country Work BOX22: UtWl kivs N MuNi AN A GiltEdge-Whisky Gulch^STAGE LINE MARSHALJACKSON, Proprietor^*A V^ ^A lararrGilt E,lc^' * :i m Ar L^wixn^wn lfl:.^0 a ni^!.^ I^ ^ |M n 1:30 |^ m Ar *^ i 11 Edirr 5:.*^ |^ m MontanaSocialists Have Nominated (.ContinuedttWm last week) DR. Din riSTRY,^M. M. Hedge s. Crinrnan I llri.!.^- V^tTcl.-photto S*. fin^^^^ ovrr Jml Hi llanlware Co.^bmU Anat'sttai'tic f^: Pa.n!i-^^ F.xn Lewistown Bakery, Keiiy^ Dougherty Proprietor^Ord;, Particular Union liakery Lewistown's Leaking Bakery.^BKFMi. CAKES AND PIE8^1 i fsh EVERY DAY.^WEDDING \M^ FANCY CAKES^A SPECIALTY.^urn.. Ttl 1 riinsE^ 56.^I.e^i '^^^^ ^ Mont DJ KANE CONTRACTOR AND 2KBUILDBL Officeand Shop W ork a Specialty WindowFrames, Doors and^Store Fronts of Anv Kind Fur^^nished on Short Notice. Ilickrvnominates Lanuford.^Sclnvond: ^It seems to me that^there is a little selfishness in this^l^ t ft] at Silver How county....

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 6 July 1904

THEMONTANA NEWS. VOLII. HELENA,MONTANA. WEDNESDAY, JULY 6, L90t NO.L^. 15heInteresting Side of the Chicago Socialist Row ComradeWalsh: I went up to MC bdwards about thf OtftOOM^(those already used), and while my reception was frosty, no violence^ensued, and he promised to take the matter dp with you direct. 1^have not been able to see Comrade l'reyer as vet. Inregard to Knocke. as an editor I think he would make a good^one. but think you had better get further information on the sub^ject, as I would, perhaps, be a poor judge. Now,as yet. the smoke of the battle here has not cleared awav.^and a complete statement is out of the nuestion at present, but I^will try and give you the facts up to date, and you can glean the^present state of affairs from them. I am sending you at this time^a copy of the Omaha statement, and an address bv Teller countv^locals, which together will give you an exact (piota of the state of^affairs here at present, as regarded in a broad fundamental wav.^sheared...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 6 July 1904

THEMONTANA NEWS. ISSrF.ltW EEKLY. J.M. WALSHEditor Ent.n.1at MM^(hnmtMi tin l'ot Oflioo (or tran^iniiisi..ii^in.i I .11 ^. . .iii.lrati *. St'HSCRII'TloN.Jl.iiO PER YEAH. AdTrrtialniKat.- made known uimiii applioa-^tion al (hi* oflirr. Anysubscriber Ml receiv^^ing the News regularly should^notify this office at once. It^onlv takes a one cent postal^card. Our mailing list is prac^^tically perfect, and inanv errors^are earless!\ made at certain^postotfices, and our readers^can assist us greatly in prompt^^ly notifying this office of the^same. ^-^yfi ikjinhi^ai^^* COUNCIL) 21- ws SocialistNational and State Ticket ForPresident LngeneV. Debs of Indiana. ForVice President benHanford of New York ForPresidential Llectors^^\V. N. Molden. of Silver bow.^J. V. Maybe, of Park.^Joseph Hoar, of Silver bow. For(iovernor OeSSSJSO'Mally of Silver bow. ForLieutenant (iovernor JohnW. 1 rinke. of l^eer Lodge. ForCongressman J.H. Walsh, of Fergus. ForChief Justice of Supreme Court^^C. M. Parr, of Silve...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 6 July 1904

kVWVWMWWI V Millinery V OurLine of Millinery is now Complete with all the latest^styles of Hats and Trimmings as well as a large stock trim^^med Hats ranging in price from $1.00 up ^ ^ 9 |3rvGoods ^^ur **t^ck ^' ')ry Uoods ^^d foot-^^_wear is complete and prices low J Fruits and Confectionery J Wehave refitted up our fruit and confectionery depart^^ment and will handle everything in this line 7 J V Murray ^ Murray V v%vvvvvvv%vvv\wwwwwvvwwwwwwvwvww\\v\w BUYYOUR DryGoods, Clothing, Hats Shoes, Ladies^And Gent's Furnishing Goods at the NewYork Store LEWISTOWM MONTANA Thereis no place where you can do BEtTLR. FAIR DEALING is^our MOTTOA^A ^A DebsTurns Mitchell and Labor Fakirsto a Fine Italian Brown Sometine ago I said tliat John Mitchell, president of the Cnitcd^Mine Workers, and Francis I.. Rohhins. ]^resident of the Pittsburg^Coal Company, understood each other perfectly in reference to the^settlement of the threatened coal strike which reduced the miner-'^wages; and that Mr. Kohhins...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 6 July 1904

DR.O. A. WILLETT J DENTIST v THOMPSONblock, ROOM 9^BA. Mam St. opposite GrandCentral Hotel SCHONBORN DRUGCOMPANY 16south 111LENA. MAINstrekt M()N 1 AN \ for UseSchonborn's PearlTooth Powder^the teeth. Schonborn'sJ* VIENNACREAM for Tan,^Sunburn. Chapped Hands^or any Roughness of the^Skin. HenryP. Nelson N PainterAndPaper Hanger SATISFACTIONGUARANTEED Attention(liven Country Work box222 LEWISTOWN montana GiltEdge-Whisky Gulch^STAGE LINE^a j^ MARSHALJACKSON, Proprietor^V^ *A Leavefiilt Edge 7 a m Ar Lewiatowd 10:30 a m^1^ Lewistown 1:30 p m Ar (iilt Edire 5:30 p m DR. Dentistry, m. . H EDO ES. Crowdand Undue Work.Telephone *'^. OfSceorer Jaditta Hardware Co. LocalAnaenthetic for Painless E^tiac^^tion. Lewistown Bakery* Kelly^ Dougherty Proprietor^Only Particular Union Bakery Lewistown's Leading Bakery.^bread, cakls and pies^fresh every day. weddingand fancy cakes aspecialty. tVTf.I eph^^ne~56. Lewistown ^ *A Mont JudithSteam LAUNDRY. GuaranteesSatisfaction at^^ GREAT palls PRICES. NORT...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 13 July 1904

JLr^tcaU ill-, a THEMONTANA NEWS. VOLII. HELENA.MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, JULY It, 1904. NO.18. 15heSituation Reviewed by Our Standard Bearer Neverlias the Socialist prospect^been so bright in this country. We^enter the campaign this year with^the physical proportions, the men^^tal Equipment and the moral stam^^ina of a full fledged national party.^Our comrades everywhere are^eager for the battle. Thereis not a moment for bick^^ering or hairsplitting. Croakers to the rear ! Socialists^to the front ! Downwith wage slavery! I'p^with thi' working cUss! Onwith the clsas Itrugglel^Hurrah for the social revolution! The following press dispatch shouldbe read by every worker^who is not a Socialist: Indianapolis.June J^).^ It was^decided at the meeting of the Re^^publican state CORMtittee to con^^duct a ^jolly^ department as an^auxiliary of the Republican state^campaign. The men in charge of^this bureau will be the candidates^on the Republican state ticket,^nearly all of whom have enviable^reputat...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 13 July 1904

THEMONTANA NEWS. ISSUEDWEEKLY. J.H. WALSHEditor Enteredat the Post Office for tranomlnnion^throuiih the mail at Mfunil clam rate*. SUHSCRII'TION.*1^^^ I'KR YEAR. AdvertisingRate* made lun^^ii uiM.n applica^^nts' M t ti iBBSfB) Anysubscriber not receiv^^ing the News regularly should^notify this omce at once. It^onlv takes a one cent postal^card. Our mailing list is prac^^tically perfect, and many errors^are carlessly made at certain^postofbees. and our reade r s^can assist us greatly in prompt^^ly notifying this office of the^same. supportedin the near future. Pos^^sibly if it is one of the sentimental^kind, and which the writer is k 1^to believe it is. the cause would be^jit-1 as well off without it as with^it. The Iowa Socialist published^an article a few weeks ago relative^to the ^inipossibilists^ by Windy^Wills of Windy Kansas, which^scored the editor of the New s and^all other western Socialists, and^judging from this it is one of those^eastern wish-wash papers ami has^no place ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 13 July 1904

Beggingin Place of Voting Right TheAssociated I'rcss on July^\2 gave out the information that^eleven miners were deported from^Victor, Colorado, on the departure^of the first train after their ar^^rival. Syncliotiously there ap^^pears a press dispatch stating that^the central lahor unions in Lack^^awanna and Luzerne counties.^Pennsylvania, with a total lneni-^hcrship of j_'5,^xx^ men, principal^^ly miners or allied workmen, ap^^pointed a committee to wait upon^President RoOMVglt, urging M in^^vestigation into the Colorado la^^hor situation. The committee was^turned down, being informed by^Secretary Lotb that a pergonal in^^terview with the president was^impossible and lUggUtcd that^they wait upon the national chair^^man of the republican party. Mr.^Cortelyou. with their troubles. This,of course, was disregard^^ed. Now if the wage-slaves of^Lackawanna county would ap^^point a committee, whose duties^it would DC to supply the union^men within their district with So^^cialist literature...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 13 July 1904

TOOWARM -vg rMeat-Eat Fruit Wehave the finest assortment inthe city and at right prices.^FRESH FRVITS. Ripewatermelons on ice F H^ 3c Canteloupes,fancy, V 11^ Itj IC Freestonepeaches, fancy perbasket25c Apricotsper basket ^ ^ ^ ^ .... 40c Plumsper basket .... 40c Pineapples,large, each20c Cocoanuts,each 5c and .... 10c Lemons,large per doz15c Orangesper do/. 25c Apples,fancy j tt^ for25c Bananas,extra large, per doz25c andWc RedRaspberries per box ^ ^ l()c BlackRaspberries per box .. 10c Strawberriesper box 10c Blackberriesper box10c Whitetable cherries per ll^ . 15c Whitetable cherries, box . .$1.25 Blacktable cherries per . . tl^ 15c Blacktable cherries, box. . $1.00 FancyRing Cherries per li^. 20c FancyRing Cherries, box $1.40 HelenaPacking ^ Provision Co 320-22X. N.nn St. L. I^. ^IVipne 129 DR.O. A. WILLETT J DENTIST v THOMPSONBLOCK, ROOM 9^. Main St. opposite (irandCentral Hotel SCHONBORN DRUGCOMPANY l6 SOUTH MAIN STREET helena,MONTANA MT5he Clsvss Fight 4 BYA. T. HARVKY LEWIST...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 20 July 1904

MontanaHitHrhal llhr thrnrtf. 11l^V THEMONTANA NEWS VOLII. HELENA,MONTANA. WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, I90t 71 6 T NO.n. Workof Butte^Socialist Guild Thewomen i^f the BttttC Social^^ist Guild recently sct the ball roil^^ing in the dlrectkxi oi i much^needed reformation movement^when, last week, they m success-^fully secured the release oi Agnes I'ensonfrom the Silver Bow^county jail, wliere the j^irl ha^l beenplaced for little other reason thanthe unfortunate fact that the^was destitute ami physically un^^able to support herself. After she^had been in jail several days and ithad become evident that the authoritiesconld no longer hold^her legally behind the hars. the^philanthropists, who were sup^^posed to he caring tor the child,^put their heads together and de^^cided to launch the charge of in^^sanity against her. w hich was em^^phatically denied and condemned^b) every person who interviewed [^*^her. At this stage of the illegal^c'harity farce, the attention of the^ladies of the Butte Soci...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 20 July 1904

THEMONTANA NKVYS. ISM^ I) VV EEKl V. J.H. WALSHEditor Enter.i1at tin- Post Office fur triimml-sion^throuiilt the mail at worn! .-Ian* rate*. SUHSCKll'TloN.tl.00 PER YEAR. AdvritiHingRati- m.nle known upon applica^^tion at tin* office. Anysubscriber not receiv^^ing the News regularly should^notify this office at once. It^only takes a one cent postal^card. Our mailing list is prac^^tically perfect, and manv errors^are carlessly made at certain^postoffices, and our readers^can assist us greatly in prompt^^ly notifying this office of the^same. lV%WW'V%WWWVWVWW asits standard bearer he brands^bis past stand and acts as hypo^^critical and convinces the people^that he is a fakir. He lias not the^interest of the common people at^heart a^ he would make his reati-^en believe in the weekly issue of^the I ommoncr. SocialistNational and State Ticket ForPresident EugeneV. Debs of Indiana. ForVice President HenHanford of New York ForPresidential Klectors W.N. IIolden, of Silver How.^J. K. Maybe, o...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 20 July 1904

Minersare Getting ^^What They Voted For (ut of Mm month ^ A Kragi^sliali jrc be condemned. Nonearc so blind as those who^will not sec^the Socialist ticket^on tlii'ir ballot. Whata wonderful tiling pa^^triotism is! It makes a man^shout, with both fists in the air.^and the patriotic blood standing^crimson in his face, that he will^lay down his life the next mi mil ^^^for ^his country^^when lie does^not own a foot of the country,^has not hail a job for a month, ami^the wind whistles through the^scat iif his pants. Roosevelthas demonstrated his^position on the labor trouble in^Colorado. He doesn't give a^whoop for the miners out there.^And why should he' Their in^^terests do not concern him. He^was not elected as a workin^man.^nor on a WOffclngllMfl'l platform.^He didn't pledge himself to up^^hold the right! of the laborers^against the rights of the capital^^ist-. W hen union men exclaim^that he has betrayed the labor^vote that elected him they make^a Ug mistake. The labor vote^elected ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 20 July 1904

TOO WARM rMeat-Eat Fruit Wehave the finest assortment^in the citv and at right prices. KK K .Mi TRVITS Rijiewatermelons on ire f* Hi^Canteloupes. fancy, tt^ n'i'C^Freestone peaches, fancy perbasket25c Apricotsper basket ^ ^ ^ .... 40c Plumsper basket .... 4()c Pineapples,large, each20c Cocoanuts,each gc and .. .. 10c Lenions,large per doi15c Orangesper doi 25c Apples,fancy j It^ for25c Bananas,extra large, per do/25c and30c RedRaspberries per box - ^ ^ ^ 10c^Black Raspberries per box . . 10c^Strawberries per box 10c Blackberriesper box10c Whitetable cherries per lt^ .. 15c^White table cherries, box. .$1.25^Black table cherries per . . Id 15c^Black table cherries, box. . $1.00^Fancy Blag Cherries per H^ . 20c^Fancy Bing Cherries, box $1.40 HelenaPacking ^ Provision Co 32l-12 x. Nam St. L. I^. Thorn- 12^! DR.O. A. WILLETT ^ DENTIST v THOMPSONBLOCK, ROOM 9^Sift Main St. opposite (irandCentral Hotel SCHONBORN DRUGCOMPANY 16mm main nun^he1 i n \. MONTANA UseSchonborn's PearlTooth Powder ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 27 July 1904

THEMONTANA NEVIS. VOL.II. HELENA,MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, JULY J7. 1904, 55 NO. WhySocialist^^\ Papers Fail Thefinancial failure of many^Socialist papers appears t^^ he of^great concern to the comrades at^present. And when we read the^announcement nearly ever) week^of some Socialist paper reducing^in size, and a few weeks later read^of its going out of existence, the^MMttfcm naturally arises, why^can't these Socialist papers live Sufficeto say it would take^some space to tell in full why^they fail, hut in brief, it is mis^^management: if you realize wlrit^'hat word implies under the pres^^ent competitive system. Many^Socialist papers are estahlished by^some one who knows nothing^ahout the paper busincs*. Then^a hiil is secured from some office^to set the type, the advertise^^ments, make-up the forms, print^the paper, etc. Here is where the^profit has gone^gone to furnish^ammunition to the enemy. Torun a paper on this plan^means an expense of approxi^^mately $50 per week with a circu^^lat...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 27 July 1904

THEMONTANA NKWS. ISSUEDWEEKLY. J.H. WALSH KBUS* OFKICK 2 2 PARK AVE. P. (^. IIOX 908 Entrredat thr Pi^^t Office for tran^ttii^^!ou throughthe mail at second cU^^ ratem. SUBSCRIPTION,fi.iw PER YEAR. AdTertiHiiiKItM made known upon ajipl'ca^^tion at tlii- office. mWlllWMMWWWMWMMI Anysubscriber not receiv^^ing the News regularly should^notify this office at once. It^onlv takes a one cent postal^card. Our mailing list is prac^^tically perfect, and many errors^are carlesslv made at certain^postoffices, and our readers^can assist us greatly in prompt^^ly notifying this office of the^same. wwww ww ww wwi) w EugeneV. Debs Ben tianford SocialistNational and State Ticket ForPresident KugeneV. I^ebs of Indiana. ForVice President HenHanford of New York ForPresidential Electors^^W. N. Molden. of Silver Bow.^J. f. Maybe. of Park.^Joseph Hoar, of Silver Mow. ForGoiVkOf Own^^'Mally of Silver Bow. ForLieutenant (iovernor John\V. Frinke, of Deer Lodge. ForCongressman J.H. Walsh, of Fergus. ForChief J...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 27 July 1904

Movementsof Socialists NationalHeadquarters, SocialistParty.^William Madly, Nat'l Secretary, Chicago,111., July 52, 1904. Totalcontributions to the na^^tional campaign fund lincc last^issue is S1.j38.47. This is from^half (lavs pay. Total regular con^^tributions, $121.50, Grand total.^|lt ,379.1a. Thereferendum vote on plat^^form and trades union reaolutkMM^is as follows : ( )n platform, yes^5,776, no 540. On trades union^resolutions, yes 4.^/:^S, no i.iKo.^Montana vote on platform was^^/^ yes, none opposing. On the^trades union resolution, 34 yes. 13^^ EugeneV. Debs. Socialist party candidatefor president, will open^the national campaign of n*^4 at Indianapolis.Ind.. Thursday,^Sept. 1. at Masonic hall, West Washingtonstreet. As Indianap^^olis is in Comrade Debs' native^state, and is also the borne of^Fairbanks, tbe republican vice^presidential candidate, tbe occa^^sion promises to be a noteworthy one.Tbe [ndlanapolis comrades^say they will make the meeting .1^roi'ser and locals in ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 27 July 1904

NgTOO WARM v tMeat-Eat Fruit Wehave the finest assortment inthe citv and at right prices.^rRr.su rRVlTS Ripewatermelons on ice F ,^c Canteloupes,fancy, V H^ n'-c Freestonepeaches, fancy perbasket25c Apricotsper basket ^ ^ ^ ^ .... 40c Plumsper basket .... 40c Pineapples,large, each20c Cocoanuts,each 5c and .... 10c Lemons,lar^e per doz15c Orangesper doz 25c Apples,fancy 3 tt^ for25c Bananas,extra large, per doz25c and30c RedRaspberries per box ^ ^ ^ 10c BlackRaspberries per box . . 10c Strawberriesper box 10c Blackberriesper box10c Whitetable cherries per tt^ .. 15c Whitetable cherries, box . $1.25 Blacktable cherries per . . t1^ 15c Blacktable cherries, box. . $1.00 FancyBing Cherries per lt^ . 20c FancvHing Cherries, box $1.40 HelenaPacking ^ Provision Co 320-22M Nam St. L. D. 'Phone 129 DR.O. A. WILLETT . DENTIST v THOMPSONBLOCK, ROOM 9^ff*V Main St. opposite C.randCentral Hotel SCHONBORN DRUGCOMPANY l6 SOI TH MAIN STREET helena,MONTANA UseSchonborn's ^ PearlTooth Powder for^the ...

Publication Title: Montana News
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