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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 2 June 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 2z. MILES CITY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1893 PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. . M-tILS ('LOSE. Eaatr~rn, nral anri( loal .............. xM l ,. m. $atorrn. for Iyo llttt m ' .lalmr .a btutr .. .x11 . in. Weastrn, rneral and loal.. ........... 0 p . mn. Speartill, .Mnray' . Writrr..dayi adll m Fridays ... ........... .. fl ,. t . ...x M p. m. Tongue rIler. Mondaiy, W m, lnr.layi and Fridayn ..................... i ... . m. ISalie, Saturdays .........................1 " . pj m. Otte opel .... ................... .... 4 a. m. Offee cha.s ........ . .......... ......... fj p. M. Money orler cloesh ................ ...4. 44 lp. m. eniastry clit.a . . ......... . 7 ...:; !Ip . m. -_ndlaya- O j onpo from 1Y to I p. in. ('nAn. W. SEYDE, P. M. Northern Pacific Time Table. LEAVE MILE( CITY GOINO % EiT. No 1. Pacitlr Mail........ . . . ..09-1 p. ni. No I5.1 Expri.r , a right ............ i....! :i11 . M. No 5. Pay Fnrigllt .... . .............. ...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 2 June 1893

THE DAILY JOURiNAL. M L E. ITSJM .4T. %N.. Every Evelling Exnc.it Sundel.y. Terrms of Sui.sc"riltim,,i. It MAIL, I. AD~ AISCE. P eOT I: P1%Ie. Sinu- Edition. i ,,.th. .. . -; " _ - Edition, o , a th .. Up carri r. ,vry .', ii i . iat ti Cii,. -l. ., k. WEEKLY EDITTtON. 'ItLLot) P .tI:K. S r..... . . .. . 31i,eth, )ire Month. .... _. rye Mont h- .... . .. .... . t." Friday. J unie 2. l . A \\WO1 li0 LiiTL FORCE AN UNK(NKCW'4 F3'.V ER THAT MAY RFVCLUTIONt:2 OUR IDZAS. Odylic Force-- Its relation to Mesmerlet Magnetism and Hypnotism-An Intlma iton of 5What This Force May Mean In Surgical OperatIons. In the history of civilization frequent allusion is toad"* to an occult and weird force, seemingly possessed by a few people of unusual temperamental devel opment, called olylic ft rce. This force as first systematically studied and taught as well as exhibited by Dr. Hles mer, a Suabian, in 1773. At a later date Baird of England took up the subject, and after long and patient study made a s...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 2 June 1893

1"tr Big Sale on Shirts! I lot fine Negligee Shirts in light and medium colors. Choice patterns selected for the best trade; bought to sell at $2.25 and $2.50. Your choice this sale SI.5o. I lot marked to sell at $2.oo and $1.75. reduced down to SI.25. This is an especially desirable lot of shirts. Notice a few samples at our store front. I lot were S1.25, SI.oo, 75c; all go down to 5oc.; your choice. Wec are determined to make this Shirt Sale the biggest in our his tory. There i, I;tter -tylc, mnore \alue and compret hensive variety for your mionel. than ever oifcredV by any shirt hI,,u-e in .\America. Thi, i , taik \V,. rcc,'n-"ice that: but thi, .a big sale., r 2.000 garments rcceived cspccially to awaken the men ,,f lM i;s City from the~r lethargy. The man o\ho fail to respond to this call will be too tired to rikc at the last trumpet. Big Shirt Sale at THE DAIIA JOURNAL MILES CITY, MONTANA. .IURN'H.L WEATHER REPORT. tar Temp. Wnid I Weathelr. 1 at a l ;;i.I . s... . l. ' 'loudy...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 2 June 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. ABSOEPoLY der 'Ilu8 elllrriLY U f LOVE'S SERVICE. Lsw. called to a yiung man winningiy. Come: Join the ranks of my cot.1-., And take the feld in my service." But the young man said: "There an,.:h things than bluahesand kalesand lowers and i a.: Of tar more worth than your se.rr:r "There's bnainoes and sport and pleasure d,, anrt: Tour war is mere folly, your weapon a dart. I've no time to s are for your service." Love turned lightly away when he heard ur" rebuff. Of young volunteers there were more th,, enough To till up the ranks of his service. But time, passing by, made clear to the man That they are the wisest who join whe,, tihi. can The worshipful ranks of Love's service. So he offered to Love his Jewels androin. Forgetting his age, he thought he would jo:n The throng o he pre-sed to Love's servyie. But l.ovo antswered lightly: "Tie day has gone by. A sere autumn lieaf is too old anl tro dry For a garluid l orn in m...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 3 June 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. .VOLUME XI. NO. 222. MILES CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1893 PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS ('LOSE. Eaatarn, general an! local ............N .. -11, . n. Lartern, for eplilitI east of .TlnlL.tIbu...'." 41 It. it. eWttrna, y genral and loeal ............. n1t. Weterun, for HIlina ,dy ....... ......... . ) p. mn. giearfi.h, MondayE, Wedie.dllayo anTd Frid ay .................. .... .... p. n. Tongue River, Monday., wxrdlurlay.e and Fridl ay ......................... .. () p. in. Smle, Saturday ......... ............. l p. m. Ofce o insn .... ................. ...... in . m. OD ecl a ......e................ ....... I p. inm. iMonley order cloam .. x .............. . n. Rgi ntry ch.M I.... .................... 7 I.A p. nm. Sundlayl-Olltce open from 1i to I p. in. (CHAS. W. S-EYDE. P. M. Northern Pacific Time Table. LEAVE n ILE. .ITV NNi1O E itT. o . Pacific M il......... ...... .... .i2 Ip,. n. No a E pr. F it .. . ............... a . in. S.o...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 3 June 1893

THE DAILY JOURNAL. rILEscITY,rIMONTsAN .. Every Evening Ereept sunlda.:. Terms of ,t6ceriltion. BY . tt ., IN .IY.INs :. . , ...-. , P -. . E turlc, ,r . luine :. 1si . THi ll. TATE 1: IRIttlta sCHElifl.. Participiatint. - s eer cv ll itizii of Miles ECiti los. in thee ifrt f.. rais t.lt the State .Ieforut Shlo. it is sctircel an itlem f news to this c ..mmunity t annaunce that the necessary amount has beTn raised. the tract ' ~fland select. by the trustees purchased. and the same transferred in fee simple to the State of MoParntan as th . it everyf the itizens of Miles Cit has. in reconition of the hih complitment to this co.lnunity in the selection of this place for the location of one of the permanent state institutions. Without desiring to unduly exalt the generosity and publi, spirit of our citi zens. we believe it t,, he a matter worthy of public nmentior that a committee working in a cause of this nature, could go out amorng the pt-plle and in theshort space of a week or ten ...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 3 June 1893

Big Sale on Shirts! t lot fine Negligee Shirts in light and medium colors. Choice patterns selected for the hlst trade; bought to sell at S2.25 and $2.50. Your choice this sale 51.5o. I lot marked to sell at 52.oo and $1.75, reduced down to SI.25. This is an especially desirable lot of shirts. Notice a few samples at our store front. I lot were S1.25, $1.oo, 75c; all go down to 5oc.; your choice. \e are determined to make this Shirt Sale the biggest in our his tory. There is better style, more value and comprehensive variety for your money than ever offered by any shirt house in America. This is big talk? We recognizc that; but this is a big sale. over 2.ooo00 garments received especially to awaken the men of Miles City from their lethargy. The man who fail. tj, repond to this call will be too tired to rise at the last trumlpet. Big Shirt Sale at THE DAILY .JOURNAL MILEN CITY, MONTANA. JO(ICUINAL WEATRHER REPORT. IBarom aet Temp. Wind Weather. 2itd 0 a H 6.6...... 61!NW ..10. 'oMudy...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 3 June 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Powder ABSOWu 'ELY PURE MONTA IA I.USINGS. WHERE WEALTH AND POVERTY GROW SIDE BY SIDE. VWstla lesome RepremetatUve towa s a reat state - Sesrprisag Mr. Burbeak With Het WaMee-Aa tIcldent nlu. trati.a the Edueational System. (Copyright, IWO. by Edgar W. Nye.l This brings us to Montana, having passed Spokane, the great city of eastern Washington. a city with a water power which would jerk a million spindles itf it had the factory built, for the sheep grow rank here with an undergrowth of lambs that enjoy life to its fullest extent. A lamb born in one of these vast green val leys, with the world before him and with no remorse or real estate on his hands, has a gesture of the tail as he jumps stiff legged in the bunch grass t hat would indicate a pure, sweet joy-one that the world can neither give nor ta:ke away. IT WAS A PLEASURE TO SEE HIM EAT THEM. When I passel through Spokane three years ago, the city was doing business ...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 5 June 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 223. MILES CITY, MONTANA, MONDAY, JUNE 5, 1893 PRICE FIVE CENTS POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAILS (LONE. Eastern. greneral lndt elilo .....l ... . P. pt. Easternl, iter Itliult- Bai. tt Jf J/l lllitf'{l·· ..,. 1t t. "Il. . Pettnl'll Ke rllr ral al + h' a| ............. No ptI. Ill. WePtenI, ftor HI.lhn only ............. .... l p. in. Spearfslh, MtIdayIeC WeilneGay anTad Fridays .............. . ... ... .4. Ip. m. Tongue .tilvr, MILIIday, . W,.YItlntCEayls and Fridayn ................. ....... pj , , n. Sadie.,. Satday.. . .............. ..... . , ,I' .. office lO flc. . .. .............. .. . . l. O fice el . ...... .................. . . . Honey orlrrln "r ..............." .. .4 . ,. ('HAs. W. REtDE. P. M. orthern Pacific Time Table. ILE..VE tl.EA { ITI GOI.(i E+T. No 1. Paei c I Mail......... 94.2 p. i. No 5:I Ex lr'e.n ,ili .. .. I:11. in. o :ri Pay Frtl'itt ..... ' a.i. ii: . . I.EtI'E MILEi iITt (itI(i EST. Ni Atintic Mail . .. . N., ?.i Exl...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 5 June 1893

TilE DAfILY .I llRNXA 1. MALI i CIT Y. McNT.AZ.. T m.' I.ltt + P t I&l.itl II i it 1 H .aI:I %rilel'. 'F ititisl tat whjI:-t. tutu tt r itiij. ft h im nI2Urjth-.a 1ijlltittri . £1.2 ru i 11t 11. whsle rhut~t~tiuý au t 'nllllllr-e n ll -, 1 IlI( urar ,f i, tgl uitab. ' liii " II lt hi ilil aft ithe %ar. t hii. I Ie n hlatrIe Iiiltl tih etaH lirt,.t iIr t Iie- hg ,ui i f hiit ylltitl r a izieslt %e. hit-,t% at t- Ii.t -1"this. if ur( il off. lifiiui totril tI ti itiu:ll fr 11ehrtl\·. nlatfIts tif it I m huh Iit iiiu was Ii groudaltu.uuu'tr. I iiH '.2 it.. le fii t u Hilylt iii i t lit!. IIi u i.,,l~i ntl~ll illtIin. uluu,. " months ofiw Iitr2 it '.tun t1 I'~t N1. It in nt,)lted ttlt Wit twhi l ) the t·(til) L at-' III" liii tti the.- Icstru noa iii fas tn t. t liii jiii i'1'* ii? I .iilq 1. imi. I t htll N r ay.sul Itrt·I1111 )H I'TI, I 11IIII· I of lt.k' ril, alse. trues Russia, 11 1.11-;ar( )11,y and . I'nitnld of this 1I·ar, thI ;'Il gh the II Itt( fur dies.-i anenttie was but ...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 5 June 1893

Big Sale on Shins! I lot fine Negligce Shirts in light and medium colors. Choice patterns selected for the best trade; bought to sell at $2.25 and $2.5o. Your choice this sale $SI.o. I lot marked to sell at $2.oo and $S.75, reduced down to $1.25. This is an especially <desirable lot of shirts. Notice a few samples at our store front. I lot were $1.25, $1.00, 75c; all go down to ;oc.: your choice. We are determined to make this Shirt Sale the biggest in our his tory. There i ,etter style. more value and c mpreltenscive v'arieyty for your money than ever offered by any shirt houlte in .\merica. This is big tallk? \We recognize that: but thlii is a lhi.; sale, over 2.000 garnil.nts rccivt-d csliccially to awaken the men of .lils (City from their lethargy. The man who fail to respond to this call will be too tired to rise at the last trunipet. Big Shirt Sale at THE DAIL1 .JOURNAL I MILE. C(ITY. MONTSNA. JOURN.L WEATHER REPORT. ete I TemP. Wind Weather. 4th Ma oni .... .N l121 loeldy ...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 5 June 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Powder ABSOW . - ELY PURE CATTLE ILN THE WEST. HOW THE BIG CATTLE OWNERS' IN TERESTS ARE PROTECTED. As Old sud Easy Though Dauger.e. Way ot Getttag a Helm. That is rtaely Fot lowed N.wadays-The Arrange.met of Brada" sad the Roundup. It is a common matter of wonderment among eastern folk and others unfamil iar with the great west and its ways how the many herds of cattle that roam over the immense stretches of unfenced prairie and hill pasture are kept track of by their respective owners, and how a stockrman can possess himself of his wan dering property, assert his ownership and realize on it when he wishes to. Of course the cowboys ride the ranges and endeavor to keta the hero within the bounds of their employer'- property, and they succeed in the main. But whlle pasture lots are l0. CI or even 30 or more miles square and unf-uced nat urally a good many cattle gc t astray. wander into other ranges and mix with other hord...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 6 June 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 224. MILES CITY, MONTANA, TUESDAY, JUNE 6, 1893 PRICE FIVE CENTS ._ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ m __o • .. ..___ _----- POSTOFFICE REGULTIONS. MAUIL ('LOSE. p stern, general a,,d lEoal ...........fi.l. p. In. ster, for 5a lets rant. ,.f Jantr~etn...' *10:, nt. eileen, renral ant locaal.. ...........1 0 p. in. Western, eor t oekcna only ............. .. 1N1 p. m Spearflali, Mo nday., W...luedaenys and Friday, ................... .....Kj1,11. n. TongueRver, Y Woutiuye, efinrdndaya and Fridays.................... ........ 4%) p. . Sadie, Saturdaye ..... .01 pt. a.. Coie . na, ta.... ...... .. . n1a1 al . in. ONLic ckra"a ....... ................ ....~~~. i % It M ney order cloe ....... .......... ....53 p. in. istri dcl igra.............. 73ap. n. Sundays-(Ofice open from 12 to 1 p. In. ('HAS. W.Y .itOE. P. M. Norther" Pacific Time Table. LEAV\E MILES ('I~t O()INO 11 ET. No 1. Pacific Hail.......................1t412 p. m. No :Ft Exrlpnss Fiuht .............. ...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 6 June 1893

Are you particular about the matter of a perfect fit:- If you are not, you certainly ought to be. There is only one sort of fit about a suit of clothes that doesn't sit easily- they are fit for nothing. If [Fat it cramps you in one place and "D , nt hangs too loosely in an ,tler, it should share the tate ot every other nuisance-- it ought to he abated You cannot be too fastidious for us. The more particular you are the more you will appreciate the attention which we give to every thing that contributes to a faultless clothing outfit. Even chronic critics cannot criticise our stock of Clothing, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes. Furnishing Goods, etc. Merchant Tailoring Department. We have received a full line of sample Cloth for Spring and Summer Suits, Trousers and Overcoats. among which are some beau tiful des.iin and rare novelties in the Clothing line. An early selec tion will nsure voti the choice of the assortment. and a suit wher tu Walnt it. I. Orscehlel ct Ero I, ORSCHEL &...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 6 June 1893

Big Sale on Shirts! i lot fine Negligee Shirts in light and medium colors. Choice patterns selected for the best trade; bought to sell at $2.25 and 52.50. Your choice this sale $I.5o. t lot marked to sell at S2.oo and $1.75, reduced down to S1.25. This is an especially desirable lot of shirts. Notice a few samples at our store front. I lot were $1.25, S1.0o0, 75c; all go down to 5oc.; your choice. We are determined to make this Shirt Sale the biggest in our his tory. There is better stZ'le. more value and cmpr)ehensive variety for your m',Iney than ever offered by any shirt house in .\merica. This is bi t:lk:- We rec.gnize that: but lhis is a l. sale.. verr 2.000 i arnmet nt rcei\v d csp,.cial-. to awaken the mlen of '.lik City from their lethargy. 'The . man wh, fails to respo, nd to this call will be to,, tired to rise at the last trumpelt. Big Shirt Sale at 'etd- Adý. THE IAIL1 .IJOURNAAL MILE C('ITV, MONTA.SA. JOUIRNAL WEATHER REPORT. aete T.emp. Wind Weather. 4th 1a:0 I....... ...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 6 June 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Repgrt. me Powder ~AacLrEWSPURE CREIIIJITY OF MAN. TWO GOOD STORIES ILLUSTRATING A BROKER'S THEORY. km u. will mf eliseve Almtss Aithbna Wiut t Legtea laevsttgastte If Se.-e bhl they Nappen to Know Appears to as in Barne's. They wandered from subject to sub ject in a listless way over their coffee and cigars, as men often do when they have enjoyed a good dinner, until the broker got on his favorite hobby-the average man's credulity. His companion. a lawyer. disagreed with him, and that at once started ' them on a lively argu atent After a few minutes of general discussion the broker said. "Well. I'll give you an instance. It is a pretty good stiry anyhow. and per fectly true. alnlo.t incredible as it seems. In the town where I was born there lives an old river capt:in n.amed Stewart. who sa great practical poker The lpropri tor of one of the two hotels in the place is a rather tomp*ous and conceitedl old man. Stewart walked iIwo ...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 7 June 1893

THE YELLOWSTONE JOURNAL. VOLUME XI. NO. 225. MILES CITY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, Z893 PRICE FIVE CENT$ POSTOFFICE REGULATIONS. MAIL? ( 'h)E. astern, grtHernl and local.......... . i ,ll . I . stern, faut mail .. ............. 1 :. p. in. esitern, i{..l,,ral a d local ......... .. % ..)I i.l:. Wiatirn, fas tsai| ...... .......... :15 a. in. lnrfh, Mofdays, W nin ; 'lay : f F ....................... : a. rm . Tongue River, Monda.)y WPdites d layj nl Priday .... .......... .... 4:0 a. m. S dlide . $atunflay ..... . ........... p. m. omnwlton, Monlda., iTl Friday .... -t p. it,. lteOlf.rl Sip.cial Mndaiya. nd rday ........... ................ . ir, t p. mu. Olfc l.oini .. ..................... . In. hce clIa ' .......................... i.i i p. t. ~ nsy irier lo, ............... I4 .) n,. stry closes ..........a.............. 7 .id) . m. dsae-Offtice iopen Irin 1 I . m. ('HA.. W. SEt aE. P. M. Northern Pacific Time Table. LEAVE MItI.Ei iITY (,O1I31 .I iT. No I. Pacific Elxprn. .......

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 7 June 1893

HIE DAILY .J(WRN.'A1A. MILE4 CITY. MONT,%.\(.A. Every Evenuirng Except %nuilsi. T-'rrr* ref .' b~ei ipti ..+. Y E IlE ti~n: il. wi. .-"r r.. . .. .. -1 "i.I 7earri ·r. ""^'rs " \- ·;1II .+ .It _ c"·: l-- :"·r n 3til. talit.. ..... .. .. S ýiM.itftI- . . ................. is. WPdneisda:.. June 7. 1-:,:. -..\Tow r Et . i- cO' t . once a c, n.: '" ,ative. level-he ,eld man of i..;ine..s,. I: a brief chat n ith a elreientative of tl: Helenl:a ie-a.. . ,, senator ~lai. cheer full' of the .-, i utlt.k ,f the ..'" r in the state. sa i lie hat recitly trat erred M otantna cast an west over the Northern Pacific and (; reat Northern: talked with many ,tatt!e gropers and sheep men. and seen with his own eyes the luxuriant pasturage that was fatten ing beef and mutton on the great ranges. "It won't be very long." said the senator "before monetary matters will wear an encouraging uspect every where in Mon tana. Within the next sixty days be. tween two anti three millions of dollars will be circu...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 7 June 1893

Big Sale on Shins! I lot fine Negligee Shirts in light and medium colors. Choice patterns selected for the best trade; bought to sell at $2.25 and $2.50. Your choice this sale St.5o. I lot marked to sell at S2.0oo and $3.75, reduced down to $1.25. This is an especially desirable lot of shirts. Notice a few samples at our store front. I lot were $1.25, S$.0o, 75c; all go down to 5oc.; your choice. We' are lcetcrmined to make this Shirt Sale the biggest in our his tory. There is better style, more value anl co iprehenCIi\v variety for 'your money than ever offered by any shirt house in America. This is big talk \We reco"niz. that; but this is a lui- sale, u.er 2.000 gar.llnlt received especially to, awaken the men of Miles City from their lethargy. The man \\ hi fails t,, respond to this call will be to., tired to rise at the last trumnlet. Big Shirt Sale at THE I)AIL .IO('RNAL MILE. ('ITY. MONTANA. JOURNAL. WVEATHEIR REPORT. gBar.,zn ete Temp. Wind I Weather. tth A a 77i. 7 I.... 7~4...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Yellowstone journal. — 7 June 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Reiott. ~~Powder hl0Ey PUR AnsorEWPURE A ,XALENTINL Aeeept, dear wif. this little token. And if betwee:n the lines you seek You'll find the love I've often spokee The love I'll always love to speak. Our little ones are making merry With unco ditties rhymed In jest, Oet in these lines. though awkwast very. The genuine article's expressed! You are ns fair and sweet and tender, Dear, brown eyed- little wrtlheart maine. As when, a taillow oath and slender. I akedyi to ib iir valentine. What thtwigih thele ar of oulr be fleeting? What Iltough the years of ynoel he flown? I'll mock oil Irion,e- ~itth repoating. "IllI love my to al;;, her alone!" And whi-n I fall it,rftrehri reaping. And when m.y stulttring speech is done. Think i t Iiny l]ve i. aCadil or sleeping. But that it wait- Itr \Ol to come. Soi tatl'., dhar liv. til- little toke,. Att if there speaks inl aipy lint . The ntint.m ntm t1! fain have spoken. '. ay. will ye:1 k-..ge ...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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