The Montanian (Choteau, Mont.) 1890-1901, June 30, 1905, Image 2

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Cflomu MQHTÀilAi: , ê ILTTT” BY T. J. LOWMAN. * ermrj Friday at G L otean, Tatou - — Qoamty, Montana. Enterad \at .the poat-office at Chotean. Hoo- nana. a« second-olaas matter. . Generul i> Lineviteh - has ordered hie army to abstain, from the. use of intoxi­ cating liquors, which will, probably lessen the spirits in the soldiers. . •* I'JPmraAT, JUNE 30,W4i-r-: ? t^abacrlytiOu SLUG per ' ai'iadm'. Viverttoio* ratea on application. • a i w vEW T iaiNtì BILLS P A ÏÀ B L R T 5 -OI l 8 Tr OF EACH MONTH. ; We take off our hat te. President Boose ,velt for hie atánd .in the Chinese immigra- tion, He has taokled the problem with a will and which may be of beuèfit. In his letter to the diplomatie and consular rep- resentativee of our government, in ,the orient and to the local immigration agents he calls a halt to certain practices that have been carried on in the past, and . orders the immigration inspectors to treat the exempt classes of Chinese with courtesy and extend to thorn every priv­ ilege under the law. Not that we arerin love with the Chin­ ese, (not by a pipeful) but for the simple reason that the Cbineman is far • superior , to many classes of foreigners now coming to. the United 8tates. The Commercial bodies of the;empire threatened this conn try withA boycott on produce unless the i ’ V>) treaty obligations were given more liber­ al interpretations,-and the-boycott' has been declared in a number of the ports. : - The manufacturers became alarmed at this and made a strong repaesentation to the president concerning the matter. The president orders the isnuanoe of certificates by American diplomats and consular representatives Un China te those who are entitled to land in this country. The greatest caution is to be exercised in issuing these certificates. To cut off the relation of this country with the Celestial kingdom would be of much detriment te us, and the steps taken by President Roosevelt are to be com­ mended, in so far as the higher class of Chinese only are to be admitted, and the order of the uresident does not'affect .the -N. >!status of the coolie or laborer. ‘ 1 ‘ There used'to-be a saying “If the Irish keep coming the Chinese must go,” but it has not proven so. «Here in the state of Montana, especially‘in the placer min­ ing sections, it is a hard matter •or f any number bfwhitemen to get positions be- cause the Chinks can bs had for from $1 to $2 a day-cheaper, and hers is 'one in-. * * r ” * *6‘ 1 *♦. .. , ' * ■ V i? - stance where the labor union is a benefit. Ù But .why not place the certificate order /<? ' * * * * - « ,. on the classes coming from Europe as A* 1*5 ' f» —■ * ** f well ? ..Bring the enterprising element to Montana sportsm en are to bene flt through the g ift of a fish hatch­ ery by. Sen. ' W . ,„A . Clark, wnich will have an. output , o f 1,009,000 fries annually, and. whose product is to be distributed solely in the streams in this state.. i * * * \ Goldfield, N e w June 2b*.— P r o s - pectors com ing into B u llfrog today report that they found tw o men wandering aimlessly about in Death valiey, down beyond the /funeral range. These two men were in-, sane and absolutely naked. Their tongues were black,- swollen and p r o t r u d in g ; their lim b s .were also swollen The men, had evidently becom e delirious from thirst while prospecting through Death valley Their m isfortune is but a repi tition of the disasters ef that region during the past week. The springs are drying up and the usu­ al-w a t«r supply is lacking.- 'Near carcasses of men burros neavily laden and without owners' have beep found in numbers., IMiis sea­ son ot the year is uibt for all pros peering. If you want to buy a first class jack on easy terms see B>. D. Redmond. A Guaranteed (Jure for Piles. . Itohing, blind, bleeding of protruding piles, druggists refund money - if Pazo Ointment fails to cure any case, no matter of how long standing, in 6 to 14 days. Erst application gives aaae and rest. 50,„poufs. If your druggist hasn’t it send 50 cents in stamws and it wil> be forwarded poet paid by Paris Medicine co., St. Lotiis, Mo. > S \ Thè .Union Bank & Tnist company .-recOTvee deposits b y im iK on exactly the same terms as though ihade in'person at. the B a n k . ' v’ The mails are entirely safe and are convenient,-and people in all parte of the country transaot banking in this manner. . i; ;,' ' . v . -Deposits may be sent by registered mail, postoffioe o f express money aadsr, or by, bank check or draft.y Aa sòon'às^we receive the first deposit it will be entered on' our ¿hooks, and ¿passbook maiìéd'the depositor as a feosipt for. the money de­ posited. - „ W(j»rthave,,issued a ling of the simple way in which an account cap.',b4e opened bymail aBd .we will send a-oppy of it free to anyone asking fpr sànie. ÌV- ,>3-C ‘ -\b Li • Accounts Opened Froirj One Dollar Four Per Cent Interest on, Savings Qeposits 0^3 AT THE !.f- ->T CITY OF HELENA. -V . ’ IV 1 - ■lit* Oil CAPITAL *f f}i C , 0 0 0 , ,fC ..4 „h OTTICTRS: ! ■»' * 1 i George L. Ramsey, President. ,,A , ) *Cws- - A: P.Curtin, Vice President S. MöKennan, Treasurer /Frank Bogart, Cashier . CL F. Morris, Secretary R. S. FORD, - - THOMAS DUNCAN W. A. CLARK A. P. CURTIN R. 0. WALLACE W. G. BAILEY GEORGE L. jfiAMSE-Y FRANK BOGART Directors ; f * t President o f the Great Galls National .Bank. -. Executor o f the Henry EJlihg Estate Attorney, of Virginia Cit - -, - - - Of Helena, Merchant o f Heleha, Of the R. Wallace Company - , - . .- •, . ;0f Helena, Capitalist president .. Cashier *'\ ' this'country instead of the slam of' for- -- , , - i !< - . eign! ports. . The coolies o f China srs not by far the worst element coming to the. United States. Á* --( Deafness Cannot be Cured ^ by local application, as they oannofreaoh the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to curs deafness,, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous-lining of the Eustachian Tube. Wnea this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed, Deafness is the result, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be. distroyed forever; nine caeca out, of ten are caueed by Catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the muoons buraee. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any'case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall’s Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo a Sold by all Druggists, 75a. Take'Hall’s Family Pills tor oonsiip» tion.’ Cheap Excursion Rates East Via Great Northern Railway Chicago and return - $53.50 > St.Xiouis and return • $49.50 1 1 Str Paul, Duluth, Sioux City, odunoil Bluffs, Omaha, and Kansas city, and return $42.00 Prorortionately lew'-, rates to other Eastern points. Ticketa^ on sale, May 25th, and 29th,^ and June“10th, and 12th, limited for re­ turn, until'September 15th. . For further particulars, apply tq! , , L. H. Young Tioket Agent. Wonen as Well as Hen Aie Hade Misérable by Kidney and Bladder Trouble. Kidney, .trouble preys upon the mind, discourages and lessèiis ambition; beauty, vigor and cheerful­ ness soon disappear when the kidneys are out of order pr ~ dis­ eased. Kiduey trouble has become so prevalent that it is not uncom­ mon for a child to'be born , afflicted with weak kidneys. * If the 'child urinatestooofteii, if the urine scalds the flesh,-or if, when the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage, ÿct afflicted with bed-get­ ting, depend upon it, the cause of the diffi­ culty is kidney trouble, aud the .first step should be towards th ¿^treatment of these important organs. This unpleasant trouble is due t o b diseased condition of the kidneys aud bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose. - • Women as well as men are made miser­ able with kidney and bladder trouble,' and both need the same great remedy. The mild and the immediate effect of Swam p-Root is soon realized. It is sold 6y druggists, in fifty- cent and . one-dollar size bottles. You may have a sample bottle by mail free, also a Home of Swamp-Boo», pamphlet telling all about Swamp-Root, including many o f thé thousands o f testi­ monial letters received from sufferers cured. - In writing Dr. Kilmer & Co., ‘Binghamton, N. Y.*, bé sure and mention this paper. Don’t make any mistake, but remember the .name,v ;Swamp-Roqt. Dr. ’Klimer’s' Swamp-Root, and the .àd- dress/ Binghamton; N.~' Y .,' on every bottle.- ' ' ' ; GREAT FALLS, MONT (Unimvi-rporated.) Paid up capital ............... . .Si IOO^ ì O Individual reeponsibility... 2,000.000 W. G. œ N R A Ô ; Pfw. JAMES T. STANFORD, ” Vioa Prés. and Manager. À. E. SCHWINGEL,, Assistant Cashier; This bank solicitc. -^:>ount8, and' oilers to depn'nfon. ¿iwlute security, prompt and ciiHul attention, ‘ and the most libW l trAAfnient \consistent with safe aud profitable banking. Bays and sells foreign ' exchange, drawing direi-t ob all principal Amer- ioau and EuroptYn cities,' and issues/ its own Letters of .Credit Interest - paid on time deposits. The highest cash price paid for. ap­ proved state;'county,' city and; school bond s and warrants' .. \ ALTER MATHEWS,, W “ »’V U. S: COMMISSIONED,. CHOTEAU, MONTANA. B

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