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Anaconda Standard (Newspaper) - August 13, 1912, Anaconda, Montana THE ANAUUW1JA HTAfliJAKD: TUESDAY MORH1MJ, AUUUST 13, 1812. 13 Y Tllli the Supreme of Pllbli-- insliue- of Renre- ".........1 1 1 TUB UOVBttNOR OF STATE OF MONTANA. A PROCLAMATION. Uv virtue of tlie authority In me vested by the Constitution anil tho of" the Slate of. Montana. I. Edwin Norris. Oovernor of said State do hereby proclaim that on Tucsdav tlu: fifth day of Nov., A. D. 191' there will be liekl in tho btate 01 Montana ft general election by tlia qualified electors of tho state to elect the followins officers, to -vvii: 4 Presidential Electors. Representatives in Const-ess. 1 Governor. Lieutenant Governor 1 Associate Court. 1 Secretary of State. 1 Attorney Gene ml. 1 State Treasurer-! 1 Stale Auditor. '1 Superintendent i Railroad Commissioner. 1 State Senator In each of the fol- 'towing counties, to wit: Beaver-head. Carbon, Custvv. Dawson Uecr Gallium. Hill. Le.vis r.nd Clark. Meagher Mussoishell. Park. P.wull. swell Grassland in i-jiy other county where a vacancy exists. .Members of the MDtatlves several the State an 'follows, to ,w Beaverhead County Blainc County....'.......- Broadwater County Carbon County Cascade County County Custer County Dawson County Deer Lodge County........ Fergus Coxmty Flathead County Gallatln Coimty Granite County Hill Count-- Jefferson Comity Lewis ami Clai'k County.. Lincoln County Madison County Meagher County Missoula County Musselshell Bounty........ Park County Powell County Ravalli County Ilosebud County Sanders County Silver Bow County....... Street'Grass County...... Teton Courcty f_ Valley County Yellowstone County One Judge of the District Court m each oC thc Judicial districts of tho State except'the First, Fourth, Fifth, Eighth, Twelfth and- Thirteenth, in each of.Vivh.Ich six last named districts two Judges are to be elected, anil ex- cept -Second -Judicial district, In which three Judges arc to he elected. At such election the electors of tno State, may express their choice for thc office of United States Senator. There win also be submitted to the qualified electors of the State of Mon- tana at said general election the ques- tion of the; approval of the law en- acted by tho Twelfth Legislative As- sembly "of the State of Montana awl published as Chapter 141 of the !aws passed by the Twelfth regular session of said Legislative Assembly, author- izing the State Board of Examiner? of the State of Montana to issue bunds in the name pf the State -it Montina to an amount not exceeding Six Hur- dred Fifty Thousand Dollars (JSW.OOO) 'in excess of the Constitutional limita- tion of indebtedness of One Hundred Thousand Dollars for the. purpose of crealinp funds with wiiich to make payment of the purchase pricti pX. the property of Mitchell Mussis- brocl in Deer Lodge County, to be (COMMERCIAL 'FINANCIAL New York, Aug. 12, unllent fea- tures of today's slock market luy in fEU'l that extensive proHt-takinp failed to exercise more than a slight effect on the higher level uttulnod In Hie earlier pavl of the day. ITmluitbtcflly tlie promises contained in last week's highly favorable crop report wore the most potent factors in today's further Canadian Pacific was the most prominent of lrc_ Kraln-carrlers, with another hlffh record, wlil eli WHS reflected !n the strength of Its subsidiaries. Of the.' bcller-knDwn St. Tiinl was strung', recovering a hirgc part of U.-t semi-annual dividends. United States Steel was ttic mo.sl nutive of the Industrials and. while it scored its? best price of the year, made no very sub- stantial response to last Sninrd'iy's statement of unfilled tonnage. Copper ?hnrcs were in bettor also those of allied concerns. Including Centennial Copper Chino I......... Daly-West Hasl Unite Franklin Granhy Greene-Canaitea Glroux Hancock................. Inspiration Indiana Isle Koyale Lake La Sallo.................. Ma.son Volley Mass .Ilnml ilohawk Nevada Consolidated Butte Jld Dominion Oscecjla lay Consolidated 1 .....'3 i 1 1 1 Bonds were active. Total sales, par value, United States govci'timent Is declined Vi on call. S'EW VOn It CLOSING STOCKS. A malgamatcd Copper American Agricultural American Bcel Sugar American L'an do preferred American Car atul Kcnmdry American Col Ion Oil American Ice Securities American I.lnseed American Locomotive American Smelting and Refining do preferred American Sugar Hefltiing 127 American Telephone and Telegraph. .H5 J4 107 1 tile care of the State's indigent in- line and others needing hospital treat- ment and attention, the actual pl.i- chasp price to be paid fur said prop- erty having been fixed by a Commis- sion appointed pursuant to law at Bum Five Hundred Thirty-th're- Thousarirl Dollars which ac- cordingly will be the extent of ill proposed bond issue. the following Referendum MCJIE lire, viz.: '-Referendum Measure Nos. 300 and 3'dl, whicli. Is a reference to the pc-opl of House 'Bill No. 220, relntinjr to. tb.i State Militia of thc State o( Montana. ajid passed at the Regular Session of the. Twelfth Legislative Assembly of the State, of Montana. .Also the following Initiative Meas- ures, viz.: Initiative Measure Nos. 802-n ml-303. being a bill for a law providing- for party nominations by direct Measure Nos. and being a hill' for a law limiting candi- campaign expenses: "Tnitiative Measure Nos. 306 and :I07, being a bill -for a law in reference tn the selection of United States Sena- tors: Initiative Measure Nos. 305 and being a bill for a law by which tiin people express their for party candlda-tes for President ar-.d Vice President. County officers in each of the coun- ties of the State, other Mussel- shell County, ast tu wit: 1 County Commissioner. 1 Sheriff. 1 County Clerk. 1 Treasurer. 1 Clerk of the District Court. I Assessor. 1 County Attorney. 1 Superintendent of Schools. 1 Coroner. 1 Public Administrator. 1 Surveyor. 1 Auditor, In each county of the First, Second and Third County officers In the County cf Mus- selshell a? follows, to wit: 1 Cour.iy Commissioner for a term of six years. 1 County Commissioner for a term of four years. 1 County Commissioner for a term of two I Treasurer. 1 Clerk of Ihn District Court. 1 ;md Recorder. J Comity Attorney. i Superintendent of Schools. 1 Sheriff. i T Surveyor. 1 Public 1 County Coroner. And any local ouestion submitted to the voters of any county. And in order that said clrrtion may he conducted In a quiet orderly manner, I do hereby offer reward of One Hundred fc Dollars fo- the arrest and conviction of any prrs-jn. violating any of the provisions of Tlllo IV., Part 1. of the Revisort Codes of Montana of the said reward to be paid until the total amount thereafter expended for that purpose reaches the .sum of Five Thousand Dollars In witness whereof T hr.vc- hereunto set my hanrJ and caused the Great Seal of Hie Stnte of Montana to be afflxorl. at Helena, the Capital, thi? tlie tcnlh S. Fifth ave., Chicago. HOUSEHOLD GOODS. highest price, cash or exchange. Butte Fur. Exchange, 67 E. Parif. Ind. 1629. actual business In bankers' bills at 4S1.5 for 60-day bills and at 487.20 for demand Commercial bills. 484.15. Bar sliver, Mexican dollars, 48c. Government bond heavy; railroad bonds Irregular. 31KTAI, MARKET. New York. Aug. tirni. Stand ard. spot and August. tctnber, 17.35817.45c; October. electrolytic. Inke. c.-istliiff. Copper arrivals New York today were 10 ions. Export this month C.OS2 tons. London coppe firm. Knot and futures, IOs. Sprlter quiet at Londo spelter, X2fi 5s. London lead, 9d. Antimony quiet. Cooksoll's, Iron firm. No. 1 northern, No. 2 northern, No. 1 south crn and soft, I'OHT'iAND LIVESTOCK. Portland, Ore., Ann. 100. Market firm. Choice gond steers, mediui ntccrs, choice cows, Roil cows, medium cows, NEW 4-ROOM bungalow. 621 W. Galena St., Butte. FOR AND SINGLE rigs; dend-ax wagon, horsesvand har- ness of all kinds. P. Vadnais, Ind. 5S22, Butte. FOR TEAM HEAVY WORK horses, two wagons and harness, rea- sonable. Apply 20 S. Arizona1, Butte. FOR AND STAND- Ing desks. See F. M. Bell t Go., Lewlsohn building, Butte. QUARTZ AND PLACER MINING NO- tlcc blanks 50c dozen at Standard office. 28 E. Broadway, Butte. ASSAYEKS. LEWIS WALKERTASSAYERS AND chemists. 108 N. Wyo.. Butte. Box in. THOMAS BUGGY, ASSAYER AND chemist. 430 N. Main a L, Butte. Box 52. GOOD ALL BROS., ASSAYERS AND chemists. 33 H. Main st., Helena, Mont. ASSAY- ers and chemists. 66 E.-Granite. Butte. MONEY TO LOAN. MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATI) at low rate of Interest; also on. other security. McRae Solveson. 49 W1. Park, Butte. FOR SALE-5-ROOM MODERN HOUSE. Inquire 617 Walnut st.. Anaconda._____ AMI ROOM. VANTED-BOARD AND PRIVATE room in small boarding house. Address Soarder, Standard, Bultc.______________ ESTATE. FOR AUTOMOBILE IN fine condition for Oechsli, 42 W. Broadway, Butte. AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE CHEAP; cash proposition. Inquire Standard drug store, Anaconda. 2 house to be moved off. aconda Standard._____ OR 3 ROOM Address R., An- BY THE DAY; housework or 215 E, Park. Ind. 2150, Anaconda. ________ MISCELLANEOUS. INTERESTED IN purchasing Paclfle Reporter at dis- count. Also desk and chair. Box 652, Hamilton, Mont. FOR SALE-AUTOMOBILE RUNA- bout; good condition: 415 S. Idaho, Bultc. FOR HORKES AND good team of mares. 724 Placer St.. Butte. FOR POOL TA- hle, 414 by 9. P. J. N., Standard, Butte. SLEMONS BOOTH NEGOTIATE loans on real estate security; best going rates of Interest. Silver Bow block. Butte. MONEY TO LOAN ON HEAL ESTATE at 8, 12 per cent. The Bailey .L. and R. Co., No. 1 E. Granite, Butte. ON FURNITURE. INSURANCE P.QL1- cles and mining stock. Simon Bank, rooms 420-422 Phoenix building, Butte. ON FURNITURE AND PIANOS. 1 PER cent.; no delay; open evenings. Ben Bank, 101 Clark block. Butto. LOANS terms. ON SHORT NOTICE; EAST Wilson Smith Co., Owsley blk. MONEY LOANS ON IMPROVED REAL estate. Goodwin Investment Butto. FOR HAY, AT A BAR- gttln. 'Inquire 48 Owsley block, Butte. FOR CHICKENS, CHEAP. 1G19 S. Gaylord, Butte. FOR Park, Butte. CHEAP. 515 E. HORSE FOR SALE. St., Butte. 107 E. GALENA MISCELLANEOUS. RENT 4 OR 5 ROOM house west of Montana St.; furnished house preferred. R. H. Mertz, 602 phoenix building, Butle._____________ WANTBD-HORSES TO PASTURE; good care; choice pasturage, runnin-j water. Address M.. Box 372. Butte. TO CARE FOR. 121 W. Silver, Butte. FOIl FURNITURE. brass bed, rugs of 4-room modern flat. west side; cost for Address A Ti C, Standard. Butte. _ for second-hand household Oechsli, 42 W. Broadway, Butte. PAID goods. BUTTE MESSENGER AND EXPRESS 'company. We never Bell 99, 'Ind. 2330, Butte. LOST. LOST-WORK J1ORSES1; SUM BROWN gelding, pounds, branded VB com- bined on left shoulder; slim bay gelding, pounds, branded on riffiit 'shoulder ko: both shod. Reward for whereabouts. Clifton, ApplegaW Co., Anaconda, Mont.________________________________ TOST POCKBTBOOK CONTAINING money, check and lodge cards. Re- ward if returned to C. V. Clark, care Or- ton Bros., Butte. GOLD WISHBONE PIN set in pearls, between gardens and W, Granite; reward: 731 W. Granite, Butte. VAPOR BATHS, MASSAGE, BEAUTY culture. 455 Phoenix blk. .Ind. 6723, Butte. PEKIN NOODLE PARLORS. SHORT orders. 117 Main. Butte. FOR SALB OR OF horses. 724 Placer st., Butte. ROOM AND BOARD AT 615 N. MAIN, Butte. BED DAVENPORTS CHEAP. 324 S. Montana. Ind. 175S, Bulte. choke calves, good heavy calves. bulls, stags. none. Murket firm. LlKbt, heavy. J6.25S7.50. Receipts. Market steady. Yearlings, wethers, ewes, lambs, MINNEAPOLIS GRAIN. Minneapolis. Aliff. Wheat- September, December, Jlay, 1 hard, No. 1 northern, (1.06V4; No. 2 northern, J1.04Vi: No. 3 wheat, HEV. MATTIE Sundays and Thursdays, readings daily. !39 Colorado st., Butte. S. Main street cars pass the house. Ind. 5271. OF KEYS ON SILVER Bow hill July 28. Finder please return to A. Zolman. Anaconda, for reward. RED. AND WHITE cow; branded J. L. on left ribs; reward 22 Corra terrace, Walkervllle. GOLD WATCH AND pearl hairpin at gArddns. Reward if returned to Colorado, BUtte. LOST-BUNCH OF KEYS SATURDAY night on E. Granite st. Return to Standard, Butte, for reward. LOST-A LADY'S NAVY BLUE COAT on S. Montana. Return to 815 Empire st., Butte, Liberal reward. PURSE WITH AT Gregson Springs, Sunday; liberal re- ward, standard, .Butte. MADAM GUY CIRCLES .SUNDAYS, Tuesdays and Fridays. 112 W. Galena. DYEING AND CLEANING. PARISIAN DYEIIOUSE FRENCH dyeing and cleaning; satisfaction guar- anteed. Tel. 616. 60 W. Galena. Butte. ESTRAYED. __ STRAYED-A GRAY SADDLE PONY with saddle and bridle, from Crescent ranch, five miles southwest of Butte. Noi tlfy Crescent Creamery, 401 S. Wyoming, Butte. EXCHANGE RUNABOUT FOR MOTOR 1 cycle; give make, etc. Butto. Jim, Standard, POULTRY. DARK CORNISH PULLETS, 1-YEAH- 'old single comb White Leghorn .laying hens, frys and broilers, poultry remedies and supplies. Dorsh C-rcomVld, 1088 E, Front at. Phone 8328, i
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