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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 30 September 1910

THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER' Vol. lit Helea, MoMteP, Fnday, Sedtermbr3o iglo 14r THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER Published Weekly by The Mon tana Plaindealer Company JOSEPH B. BASS, EDITOR Subscription, $2.00 per year strictly in advance. Entered as second-class mail matter in the post office at Hel ena, Montana, under the act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879. Address all communications to The. Montana Plaindearler, 17 South Main Street, Helena, Montana. PEACE! PROSPERITY! UNION! A. J. Walton for Constable A. J. Walton, a successful business man has been nomin ated on the Republican County ticket for the office of Constable of Helena township. W\Vile this is no great big office it is a concession and a sign that protends much good for the fu ture recognition of a loyal, a patriotic citizen and we feel that he will compare favorably along side of the other candidates and that he will receive a hearty sup port from all classes if for ne other reason than that the race is duly entitled to some recog...

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 September 1910

FRUIT GATHERER IS USEFUL Most Ingenious Tire Saving Contri .ances Prevents Damage to Apple as it Fanls. One of the oint ingijious of time saving contrivan, es is thi fruit gath erer designed ib it Kit-u ky tan. It collects all th* ii it that falls from n tree and holds it whire it can be quickly picked up and placed in a bas ket, also saving one apple., pears. or whatever they may be fromt damage by falinug. A circle of stakes is driven around the tree in a radius widl enough to include anything that falls from it. A circle of canvas, with a hole in the middle to receive the trunk of the tree, is fastened around the latter and also fastened to the stakes with the outer edge of the ring lower than the oue ede oo, eawl oke h C i...4_c .rted Fruit Gatherer. portion around the tree. Around the outer edge, too, is a wall to keep the contents from rolling off to the ground. QUINCE A PROFITABLE CROP Cultivation on increase In United States Where it Has Been Grown for Many Years. (By J. E. ...

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 September 1910

Assist Your Weak Stomach oftentimes the st in ahl1 needs some assist ani'e in its great work of digestion and assiii intdion aid an oeeasionual 1 , s e o f IIostetter'> stonuIIlC Bitters wiil g i v e t h a t assistance letter than anything else you might take. Its merit has been proven thousands of times in -:e es of Poor Appetite, l1i(adaehe, Indigestion, 1 .\spepsia, Costiveness and Malarial Disorders. Be persuaded to try a bottle today. Refuse 2 hstitutes. (NEW) Galax Hotel Corner Main and Bernard Street SPOKANE Modern In every detail. Rates reasonable. Centrally located and close to all depots. say, do you need a boy?'" queried the little fellow, as he stepped inside the door of the ice dealer's ofree. I> ier been in the ice business?" queried the dealer. 'No sir." "Know anything about arithmetic?" "Not much." What would 20 pounds of ice amount to at 2 cents a pound?" ~Eighty cents." ''hood boy! Come around in the morning and go to work." Pettit's Eye Salve for 25c lieves ...

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 September 1910

LOCALS Trade with the Helena Packing and Provision Co. II. C. Simmons (Paly), after an extended absence, has return ed to his home. Harry Jacobs Itfey - Harry Jacobs left Friday for Lewistown where he is a witness in a trial coming up in the dis trict court of Fergus county. M. I1. Nelson, versatale pian ist and performer has quit the Great Northern dining service and is now playing at a local place in this city. Miss Bickfords,, Bass and Mr. Jesse brooks writes that they arrived safely at Western Uni versity at Quindaro highly pleased with their trip. The big (lance wil come off as advertised at Germania hall, Thursday evening. Quite a delegation of strangers are expected in the city during, next week. Mr. J. E. Ingram has been on, the sick list for the last week he is now reported much better at St. Peter's hospital. iAidrew Green is employed at the state fair grounds during this and fair week. R. J. Gordon writes that he will be over from White Sulphur Springs to attend the fair....

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. — 14 October 1910

THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER 1"10.I11 -Helena. Montana, Friday. OItober 1¢ 1/0o / THE ONTANA PLAINDEALER ublished Weekly by '[The NIn - tana Plaindealer Company S1EP11 It. ASS. EI)IlTUI Subscription, $2.00 per year rictly in advance. Entered as second-class mail p atter in the post office at 11 el a, Montana. under the act of ngress of March 3rd, 1870. Addrevs all counu11on ications The Montana ['laindearler. South Main Street, Ifelena, ontana. PEACE! PROSPERII\ t UNION! REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET r Congress CHARLES N. PRAY. r Clerk Supreme Court JOHN T. ATiIEY r Railroad Commissioner E. A. MORELY On the 1tjUtiot 'i pre ihn' r our pIople n ( the Stat- i, e in the pelliuLý ua pliarinL ere shonbt be i he-ita. .0 *n ) uioration a, t( our stana. I >tiithstan(ling the -trentý'" olitical stunts in an unc of the country. It i ces ar" the at 111 Il nci) en which art a- i 'l i ' its ogre -ive elenut it 1,1 tie 1p; t . n only be ' btainetl I a r blican Congre-.. S~ th ~a plain and i traighitl. ci ...

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. — 14 October 1910

VICTIMS OF THE SEA 29 MEN ON BAROE PERISHED IN IUDSON RIVER lailors and Marines Were Returning to Battleship New Hampshire-Heavy Swells From Passing Steamer With Rough Sea Causes Disaster-Many Heroic Acts Noted. New York, Oct. 3.-There was given out from the battleship New Hampshire a list of 29 men who were supposed to have perished by the swamping of a barge being towed to the vessel at an chor in the Hudson river Saturday night. Appended to this list are the names of 11 men who are still abent, but who were not recognized as having been in the swamped boat. Mother With Heroic Son. The mother of Midshipman Chevalier, who was in charge of the swamped boat and who collapsed after saving 12 men himself, has arrived in New York from New Bedford, Mass., and spent most of the day with her son. He is still shaken after the extreme mental and physical strain. B. Kart, one of the men supposed to be drowned, is credited with having saved four men. Kart was a big fellow and a good swimmer. I...

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. — 14 October 1910

Hoods Sarsaparilla Cures all humors, catarrh and rheumatism, relieves that tired feeling restores the appetite, cures paleness, nervousness, builds up the whole system. Get it today in u:ul Hyuiiu lirmn or chocolated tables .diieu Sarsatabs. THE DRINIK DELIGHTFUL! Everybody is going to drink Dole's Pure Hawaiian Pineapple Juice be cause it is both healthful and delightful. It's Pure-nothing whatever has been added. Drink it pure. It's Hawaiian-grown and bot tled in a Tropical Paradise-and tastes it. Ifs Pineapple-the most health ful and refreshing of all juicy fruits. When srocers AARA and drussims II i R IIhaven t Doles* PureHawaiian PsneappleJuice send their o susynmo NAme[ IN names and ass en on ss[ LaaseL write us for bookiet. EAWAllAN PINEAPPLE PRODUCTS CO., Ltd. 112 Market Street. San Francisco. Cal. FASHION HINTS 4. For the school girl this tailored suit is neat, and at the same time made on ex cellent lines. The closing of the (oat with three large buttons is girlish- ollar ...

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. — 14 October 1910

LOCALS Trade with the Helena Packing and Provision Co. Mrs. Geo. \1. Lee gzve a re ception la't Thurzday. compli mentary io Mrs. Faulkens'»n who will soon leave for her home. Mrs. .Logain Smilih entertained at a reception la;t weuck in hon or of \Mrs. Rvv. JInes, who will soon depart for Caiiifornia. Mrs. ;\lurt Napper gave a dinner mn the 3rd i-t,. contili mentary ti Mrs. Nav. Jimnes. The Bunvy liees had one1 of their usual rousing meeting at the resid-ence of M rs. N. Ford on the 6th in;(. and all report a grand timi. The Second IBaptist church will iv- 4ne of tlh4s<e much talk Cd of )pperfs. T1u-e.-liy evening everylodio l is- i t!\lr to attend. J. I.. ('clark hal 1x4fit on the sick list f. ,r a lf' d;y thi i ti - week Mrs. J. 1. Bn-a hali been on the sick li-t lI( i mnulich im proved. Mrs. Nlaici \\altoli surprisled her friendils l-t.t week by quiet ly going to <.re<at lalls %%here she became the bride of Mr. Gladstone Carmani. She is an old1 tinie employet of ithe Plai...

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. — 21 October 1910

THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER Vol. I/: Helena, Montana, Friday, Oc/obe, .1 Ql0 16 THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER lPubllished. Weekly by The Mon tana Plaindealer Company JOSEPH B. BASS, EDITOR subscription, $2.00 per year strictly in advance. Entered as second-class mail matter in the post office at Ilel cna, Montana, under the act of (,ngress of March 3rd, 1879. Address all communications to The Montana Plaindearler, 17 South Main Street, Helena, Montana. I'EAC\E! I)ROSPRITY ! REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET For Congress CHARLES N. PRAY. For Clerk Supreme Court JOHN T. ATHEY For Railroad Commissioner E. A. MORELY Albert L. -l olter is making a winning race as a representative of the young blood. lie is re ceiving a hearty supp art fr ma all classes. Western iniversity at (tuin daro is second to nurse as one cf the leading educational in stitutions for the race and all wit' can should take advantage tit the same and send their ciihiren there. t)ur people should all take it unto themselves to d( all they ...

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. — 21 October 1910

IN THE LIMELIGHT WOMAN'S COLLEGE SHOULD TRAIN WIVES AND MOTHERS MISS CARO-1 line Hazard, the retiring pros ident of Well'nl y. believes that the main reason for cx istence that a woman's college has is to fit its etu - dents to be good wives, good moth ers and home ma kers. Miss Hlaz ard's statements indicate that she believes in the training of girls for the practical and domestic side of life. She expresses be lief that physical training at college is the best preparation for mother hood. She advocates athletics in wom en's colleges. She believes that the training of the human body is of para uount importance to a woman, and she declares that it is even more im portant for a woman than for a man. Says Miss Hazard: Says Miss Hazard: "The physical advantages Welles- I ley offers are one of its most telling points. Some time ago we inaugu rated the system of not taking any girl who was afflicted with any organic disease or serious functional disorder. I do not think that we have carr...

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. — 21 October 1910

Fighting Forest Fires. .f the United Statio lepare \ ,;riulture are of the opinion 1 will hold the record amon. hi, p. irs for the neveritv of tH. t,nte forest fires. The summe; need the spring easn, I.. 4.. , b 15 been the worst, certain n le, l I;, states. known for a lor: r r it wise to assume that tihe over when the fierce iontlhi ra ýhi.h have called forth in thi utnin , tates the efforts of tti' la artments have heen ion The forests will not be safe ut l c fall rains and snows hav JO made a wet blanket of the ' floor. That the total los.e , ier will run up to many mill t lollas is considered certain. lio- ,i "l losses may be prevented is ittr of general public concern. To 1it nl forest timber burned mint add great amounts of state and ric'it hollings, besides the immons. i le lone to town, farm and other lainarl- Railroads have suffered mi the interruption of traffic, as well - frri direct losses. The principles of fighting forest res are essentially the same as those eeolized...

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. — 21 October 1910

LOCALS Trade with the Helena Paeking and Provision Co. Mr. and Mrs. Golden are new arrivals in our city. The ButVy Bees were a hum ming last Thursday evening at the resildence of Mrs. lIramnwell. 1They put on quite an elaborate spread, and hadl one of those best tilmis. 1171 I c :1 il li h r I II 1- '':1 I'1 k t1T1:111 \l - ' ' I A1 1, L it \\ llt 111 i ii Caii . alt! -h VI ¶ "IIi I ,aa hu ati~ hhrcttll :1 1 T " i I I ii apt i , litit Irct ",O till blul e lrint, for their I C 4 1i i: Ni i, tli 11lt1 t. 01 'al ~ftit: allnd1 I atsIT I11war 'lit Itil r (ight back at gi a t tirteI It ( h i r church \it. (. ill Ib one of the il., haurdc h n. mall churches in t Me enutre aitilrtrweilt. .\ V.lntcr ari lames Iinvard rt i rn:(l fro;' their hunting trip ''finrtrlay and iirouight back a large (leer malt an abundance of .nmall game. Rev. 11. 14. (;uy is busy get ting pledlgc. (tr hi. wýinter suip ply of coal (tor St. James A. M1. E. church. Chai-s. Stetcct made a trip to F'ony, \lout., anti ret...

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 October 1910

THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER Vol. rr Helena. Momiana. Friday, October i8 ioo1 THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER Published Weekly by The M1on tana Plaindealer Company JOSEPH B. BASS, EDITOR 1 Subscription, $2.00 per year strictly in advance. Entered as second-class mail matter in the post office at Hel ena, Montana,. 'under the act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879. } Address all communications 1 to The Montana Plaindearler, 1 17 South Main Street. Helena. Montana. PEACE! PROSFERITY! UNION! REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET For Congress CHARLES N. PRAY. For Clerk Supreme Court JOHN T. ATHEY For Railroad Commissioner E. A. MORELY While some of the impatient had began to despair of presi dent Taft to accord the race the recognition which they expected he gives to them one of the very richest plums at his comllnanl in the appointment of \\. II. Lewis of Boston as a"sistant at torney general. Chairman Waite of the Stats Central Committee is comnicting a winning campaign and the election of the RepubIbeLIat State ti...

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. — 28 October 1910

For the Hostess Chat on Interesting Topics of Many Kinds, by a Recognized Authority A New Game of Characters. The hostess told us that the an swers to the questions on our papers were all well-known personages in history, politics, literature and art; ancient and modern. The initial let ters begin words that give a clue to identity. A certain time is allotted for discovering and putting down the full names. A prize is awarded for the best list. Have the slips type written with spaces left below each question. America's Liberator (Abraham Lincoln). His Union's Guardian (Hiram Ulysses Grant). Governed Wisely (George Washington). Won Santiago's Siege ( Winfield Scott Schley). Was Martyred (William McKinley). Governed Cautiously (Grover Cleveland). The Roughrider (Theodore Ro' -*velt). Overcame Bonaparte (Otto lismarck). Was Ever Great (William Ewart Glad stone). Eccentric And Poetic (Edgar Allan Poe). Oh What Humor (Oliver Wendell Holmes). Renowned With Essays (Ralph Waldo - Emerson). ...

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. — 28 October 1910

Hoods Sarsaparilla Eradicates scrofula and all other humors, cures all their effects, makes the blood rich and abundant, strengthens all the vital organs. Take it. Get It today in usual liquid form or chocolated tablets called Sarsatabs. FASHION HINTS t ~ /+ The separate blouse pictured here is a veiled model with the very popular Japa nese sleeve, Chiffon or Chiffon Cloth, which has very much more body, is gen erally used for these waists, veiling either a plain contrasting color or something in Persiac effect. A man went into a studio and asked the artist if be could paint a picture of his father. "'Yes,'" said the artist. "When ini your father sit for me?" "Why, father's dead!" "Well, can't you give me a photo graph of him?" The man who wanted the picture said he had no photograph, so he described his father as well as he could to the artist. When the picture was done he came to look at it. "Yes, yes," he said, excitedly, "that's father, all right." Then he started to cry and the...

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 October 1910

LOCALS Mt ant Trade with the Helena Packing als and Provision Co. go dr. Mr. and Mrs. Golden are new arrivals in our city. ). Brolin paii e thrn ugh the city T'uesda' . lie i- al dinc e" m1.. i1 t,.r a tihcatrial do *Ie gr wlhich \\a, a h- -boel to 11tte pl Chn-~ \ e en lg to Nli s lijil t1riti aoter an ex- Ii tended a;bence in <t 1. 'tii'. Mto returnited ti 1 e na * t.i\. 1a-t \,11d.ua\ rt onin . -Hc \,a- ac c impdnied 1, i .\ r in -la\ is Mrs. Fred .\ndcr " fr Nir-. Faniker- ti after a visit th of ten \eck- t filtI Mrs. (eo. MI. hi Lee left for her hitume in Tona pali. Ne v.. last \l ila\ evening. 1I rm. Re I nc-ho has been ui the tne't 4 i Nt 1. ian Smith c. for -c\ eral eck- left Iondav .1. for l. i-c Cit\. I laho e S1 1. It lia s t urne' d to lini Ste i last w cek i u ' ii:c 1 ri-i ,f the 1'lanlicalcr 'Ir-; F i - hn-oni ,4 Mitsoula is a \isit r to the Capital citi . 0 The I1apti-t chitrchl t\ill give - their regular .emii-iontil1 teed a 'l'ued,-- c\ciing NIr.. N11 \nder.on l...

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. — 9 December 1910

THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER Vol. 11 M outeua. Fha, December o iolo r THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER Published Weekly by The Mon tana Plaindealer Company JOSEPH B. BASS, EDITOR Subscription, $2.00 per year strictly in advance. Entered as second-class mail matter in the post office at Hel ena, Montana, under the act of Congress of March 3rd, 1879. Address all communications to The Montana Plaindearler, 17 -South Main Street, Helena, Montana. PEACE! PROSPERITY ! UNION! lEvil a-sociations very truly ffeet good morals equally as cll as birds of a feather flock gether. The new leaders who buncoed airman Reifenrath have not lqlained up to date, just why was that they could not de "er the goods. The Independent colored vot s organization no doubt is re rnsible for several members the legislature this winter. The Democrats should by all is for service rendered reco e the same and give them at st two or three positions at it command. ,\. Allen is getting so used acting as governor he will in god trim 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. — 9 December 1910

1RE1 IULLED TEN' mu SF USNKAE ABUT TWENTY MLES. Loaded Freight trains Going Dowa ami Meet ina Head-oe Colltsemn-Mut of the Victims aved at mxlyard-Both Train Crews Gone-Tratn Took Fire Traffe Blocked for 4 Hoarns. Spokane, Nov. 7.-Ordered to pass the " apple extra" at Milan, Wash., train No. 451 plowed on through yesterday morning'a early darkness, a bare houar or two before the Sabbath son had arisen. Fifteen minutes later, and "-51" and the "apple extra" were ground into kindling wood, eight lives were snuffed out, four men maimed and several hundred thousand dollars' worth of property destroyed, one of the most disastrous freight wreeks in the history of the Great Northern road. Around an easterly sloping curve of a side bill about two miles east of Chat taroy, Wash., 15 miles cast of Spokane, the two mighty consolidated engines crashed together. Both were pulling heavily loaded trains of freight ears, and both were on the down grade at a terrifise rate of speed, estimated by the...

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. — 9 December 1910

Hood's SarsaparilIla Cures all blood humors, all eruptions, clears the complex. ion, creates an appetite, aids digestion: relieves that tired feeling, gives vigor and vim. Get it today in usual liquid form or chocolated tablets called Sarsatabs. proposed Baseball Rule. Reduction of the number of called balls entitling batsmen to first base from four balls to three balls, and a revival of the earned run arrangements is icing considered by baseball inmg sates for the betterment of the ganm before another season rolls around. If It's Your Eye, Use Pettit's Eye Salve for influuination, atys, itching lids, eye aches, defects of vision and sensitive to strong lights. All druggists or Howard Bros. After prolonged diplomatic negotia tions with Japan Austria has obtained the emperor's consent for an Austrian ollicer, Major von Lerch, to be placed in the active service of the Japanese army. Mothrrs will And Mrs. Winslow's Soothin1 Syrup the best remedy to use for their chil dren during the te...

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. — 9 December 1910

LOCALS Trade with the Helena Packing and Provision Co. \ 1. I.. 1":111s xx Ito i'- in I nt t( takiii treatmient trill a speciali-t i, rep wrteil a, much im iisel aji I xil II return tt her h onle Itu . 'I(he \la-inie Fall given lit the 11t lni: lale-. at (i;ermianj; hall \\x:t, u ite a -nicee--. ). \\. I Is \ rite, us from 11 it a'- that 11" 1 i thrin, nicely' aml - u- li rga x rI te all hi'. I litena aeualt;intamtc ( . I I. It nc, 4 t I;Iutte \".as a ix r ii the <ith la-t weet: I ir l xxie p over fro;1 Itittte in a \ h-it. I-cllh \lar-hall, one of the -, 1 t11 1t x i_ o \ I1 ow li s c, in nlinte. \i-itel in Ihelena last \\ eeL. eierr\ .lutllint whoi ixe thing is tilt if fine-t men in \hiintana, t, tier l e ii Buotte thi. xxeek ailt e lfill t he Itrottec~t ile \s Oriatlni. 'ir-\l. Inca- i nier from .l i, tula t n ;t im it. Jr-. \ ('arrie \\ alker, who spent tie a nittiti here ha-s returneil to Ie! It iine in l.ouist ille. Ken. ' r-. Ioia Thomps-on \\ ho nitlet s I lcena annually ...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
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