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A A G • McNamara & Marlow EllEillit Merchadise Big Sandy, Montana The Pioneer Livery THE BEST PLACE IN TOWN We want your business and will try to please. all kinds of teaming done \Once a Customer means always\ R. S. Tingley, Pro. \The Log Cabin\ The only original thirst parlor of Chouteau county A first class line of Wines, Liquors & Cigars Tingley & Snow, Pr'ps. Empire Lumber Co Lath, Shingles Posts, Windows, Doers. Window wad Door Fraiskis, Paper also Flax - lam the best mil awe sdeatUk lanalatorAvar mew timelines Our Mee. are RI S. W. Vanderwark r, Agent a•I LOCALS Watch Big Scndy grow. All personal feeling mutt be east asidE. ' w Q. C. Tingley made a trip to • Fort Wnton Tuesday. The very latest ideas in Mii- inery at the Commerial. HaVre ` i Harry Green says the roundup will end in about a week. V. Shinn the popular barber -pent Sunday looking over his ranch. Eve tartright returnel,last Satur- day from Sunny Side Hot Springs. Buckeye Incubators $7.50,and up liavre Commercial Co. ,State Agents. Big Sandy is going to celebrate the Fourth of July. Make preparations to be here. . Big Sandy is the . place to trade Look over the adds in the Mount- aineer. International Auto Wagons at the Havre Commercial Go.'s Implement Dept. Havre. Miss. Johnson and the Misses Andersons of Paradise Prairie were in to the 41lowery dance Saturday. End your lighting troubles by in. ting in Angle Lamps the light that's right, Havre Commercial Co.. Havre Mr. Henry Jappe of Lone Rock on the Big Sandy creek was in town on Tuesday looking for sheep shearers fend wool buyers. The F. A. Buttrey Co. pays the freight to Big Sandy on all clothing shoes dry goods urniture, rugs, stove and hardware. .Barney Van Alstine the smiling proprietor of the hotel is again be- hind tha bar. Ramey says every one works around our house. Havre merchants are preparing for an -exceptionally good year. lAst year the F. A. Buttrey Co. completed their mammoth building and this spring they start a large machinery and grocery warehouse to accommo- date their increasing stoat'. Good Driving Team, Buggy and Harness. BOTH THOROUGH- BREDS Brother and Sister, 5 and 6' Years Old, Sound as a Dollar Inquire at the Bear l'aw Mount - Macaroni Wheat $1.0 per bu.Hr., vre Commercial Co. Sample sent on Eastman Kodaks and supplies sent to you direct by mail. Arn 1 -.-mon Drug Co, Havre, Mont. John Mtvay was in from the coal mine Saturday. This was Mr. Murray I first trip in for about two months. There will be a big time all day and all night in Big Sandy on the Fourth of Jaly. Pure Bard Rock eggs for sale at $1.00 per dozen. Inquire of Mrs. V F. Blankenbaker. DR. JOHN H. MILLER Veterinary Surgeon, Ii Saady, THE Madan. Everything up to Date, Joe Mc Derrnit transacted busini..ss in Havre last Friday. Owing to some delay he returned Saturday. A Milliner right from the fashion centers of the East at the (..7ommerlIal Havre. See the displays. Thomas Myers and Stern Carlson arrivs-d here Friday from Benton. They are lathing and plastering Sonkton's new house. All mail orders filled the same lay received—we solicit your mail order business. Anderson Drug Co., Havre Mont. The Huntley Oil Pull appears to be the coming traction engine for Nod' Moiftana. The F. A. Buttrey co. of Havre are agents. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Vallie last Tuesday June Itth a boy. Moth- er and child doing nicely and Chas. is wearing the smile that wont come Off. Miss Ethel Wilson attended the dance Saturday, We understand that Miss. Wilson has a garden plowed up• and at present is very busy making garden. If you have any job work you want done leave it at the Mountaineer office.lt will be promptly and neatly done at fair and reasonabe prices. For a short pleasure trip or an ur- gent business call. there is nothing like using an auto. Leave word fin. J. A Mahood, Always at your ser- vice. Henry S. Brough and Ever Niel- sen of Box Elder were in Big Sandy Tuesday on business. Mr. Brough has purchased a new E. M. F which be was driving. Chas. Lepley and Wife, Miss. Green and Miss. French came up from Benton Sunday and took in the ball game. They drove up in Mr. Lepley's new Cadallac car. James Conley of Judith made Big Sandy a visit last Thursday, and left his name on our list. He wants the Mountaineer. Wish their were more like him. Ben Picken the brick and stone mason paid the Mountaineer a visit) He put his name on the subscription list. Keep a coming we have room more on our list. OVERLAND HOTELT er ght tis Fort Benton Monday. The Good Rooms Good Table -First Class Acconinuxlations S. F. ALLEN, PROPRIETOR. FORT BENTON, MONTANA. THE TCYGERY Ladies Cloaks And Suits In Style And Nifty Tailoring For Men Come In and Get Acquainted H. G. Sullivan FOOT BENTON, MONTANA, Herman Evers took his little dau- girl has been sick for some time and Mr. Evers is very anxious to find out the trouble. Ernest Lundeen of Courtney, N. Dak., arrived here Monday and filed on a claim, Mr. Lundeen returned to Dakota and will come back in the fall to take up his residence on the Prairie. The Bowery dance at the Oliver opera house last Saturday was well attended. The music was excellent and we wont forget to mention the ice cream. A dance conducted on this order furnishes the young folks a good time. Let's have some more. Last week Miss Johnson of Kennil worth moved her shack, which she had had built on the wrong quarter. As the story goes eight girls and four horses done the work but perhaps it would be well to mention that Mr Anderson was on the job. But we are willing to give the girls all the credit.