The Inland Empire (Moore, Mont.) 1905-1915, November 20, 1913, Image 2

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THfI *NANDfflr Novenibei '20t1i, 191S. , '4 6 THE INLAND EMPIRE Judith Basin's Weekly GUY 43..0SMONDSON Editor and Manager TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One year (in advance) ..k2.60 Six Months.. .. 1.25 Three Months.. .. .76 ADVERTISING RATES FURNISHED ON APPLICATION Entered as secund class matter _ at the postoffice at Moore, Moot. NOVEMBER 20,1 913 Recently the , Butte Miner sug- gested that a memorial statute of the late Senator Thomas H. Carter be pled in the state capitol at Helena. From all parts of the state have come expressions approving the movement and attesting the state's appreciation of Senator Catter's services - to 'Mon- ta i na. — M ontanalrr itizens without - re- gard to partisanship will not hesitate In uniting to suitably honor the mem- ory of a man, who so ably represented their State and put forth his best ef- forts to advance its interests. The movement is an exceptionally worthy oae. Upon the result of a competitive examination, Senator Walsh and Con- gressman Stout will each name a midshipman to enter the U. S. Naval -- Academy at Annapolis next fall. This examination will be held at the High School in Helena, Dec; 13th, next. The rules as to requirements for ad- mission may be had by those desiring to compete by addressing eithevof - the two Congressman mentioned at V - ashington, I). C. While eastern and southern states have been suffering severe soow and rAin storms during, the past few weeks, Montana has been enjoying V,52! its usual salubrious climate. We I Ike frees himself from the terrible have them beaten in more ways than tyranny of custom end style that he one, I quay think for bimself. The result is -crucifixion, the stake, ostracism, ; Do your Christmas Shopping Early I is the slogan adopted all over to avoid much hard work, excitement, and overwroughtnertes during the com- ing holiday season. Christmas is but five weeks away and it wnot too early to begin making selections of gifts. Last season , many persons made the assertion they would saot put it off so long next year. Every person intends tO buy presents early, but intentions without action is val- ueless. Do as y9u intenttand do it now. Start right in now tet buy your Christmas -presents and you will bet- ter please the merchant, clerks and yourself, because stocks are now com- plete and you Wili,have more time to make your choice. ' There are still niany opportunities to use the Road Drag, both In the city and On the country roads• sur- rounding Moore. It means continued use of the drag to keep roads in good condition, but there are few better methods of getting god value forthe expenditure's. Drag, Drag, Drag, • Diversified farming will bring re- tnrns to the farmer all the year 'round. Eggs and , butter command high prices locally and are not to be bad at a premium. The supply ought to equal, if not excee& — the demand. ,., Why Great Men- ire Solitary. To be a kundredgyears ahead of your time uonally Means intellect - sal solitude. Jeilite-was citicitiect netralftWhe was iso far ahead of his time that the good brethren of the church could 'not understaind him:- Galileo was so far ahead of his time that people thought him in- sane. Frobel was the butt of - many a pleasant little jest on the part of those who thought him harmless; and Bernarr McFadden has been bit , terly attacked by the Anthony Corn - 'stock tithe. When a thinker attempts to modi- fy his ideas to please his friends, the escapes greatness in a pleatint ;way. 'Well-meaning friends take excep- tion to everything the prophet slays - 7 -and the list of available prophets decreages mightily .through the de- sire of mon to conform to what their eviends believe. In. , :intellectual solitude man may Clank as he pleases; nor need he miodify what he thinks for the sake ,of a dozen _neighbors. t Bahe stil e, poverty and jeers. Nobody but a great man can stand such solitude—and yet in many lines of thought the solitude must , nretede the greatness. Great men have friends. Oh, yea deeper and truer than the friends of the feeble. But the number is 'restricted, and the further oae ad - trances, the narrower becomes the 'circle. M. E. CHURCH NOTES James H. Durand; Pastor The revival meetings still con, tinue. Rev. C. M. Donaldson will be the chief speaker next week. The choir will meet Friday at 6:30 p. m. Remember the Ladies' Aid Bazaar on Saturday, Dec. 6th. Rev. J. A. Martin, District Superinten- dent will hold communion ser- vices on Sunday morning, Dec. 7th. There Will also be a recep- tion of metnbers at that titrie. The Montana Sunday School As- sociation of Fergus county, will hold its Annual Convention in Moore on Dec. 8th and 9th. Sunday Notices. Sunday School at 10 a. m., T. E Rice, Supt. Sermon at 11 a. m., Subject, \The Royal Commenda- tion,,' Epworth League at 6:30 p. m., Leader, MisaRenaerson. - Ser- mon at 7:30 p. m., Subject, \Wages or Gift ---Which? At the evening service Mrs. Du- rand will sing, \The Dream of the Judgement.\ You are cordially in- vited to attend these services. CHRISTIAN CHURCH NOTES SY REV. PERCY T. CARNES Sunday Services. Bible school, 10 a. m.: Preach- ing 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. m. Y6ung Peoples' meeting, 6:30 p. m. Morn- ing sermon subject, \A Vision of the King.\ Evening subject, \Man Better than a Sheep.* The general public cordially invited and wel- comed to all these services. A general Thanksgiving service will be held at the Christian church at 10;30 Thanksgiving.-- Day. Some ,splendid music is being prepared by the choiflor this oc- casion. A shoo, appropriate ser- mon will be delivered by the pas- tor. The service will be followed bv a dinner, served Cafeteria style. All housewives are invited to pre- pare their dinners and bring to the church. Our 'special gueats\ will be all young men and women, bachelors and maids and others whose homb and home folks are \back yonder.\ If other plans will not admit of your remaininig for the dinner, come to the service. any way. Both the service and dinner will be free to all wh come. A COMMUNICATION \A Reader of the Inland Empire\ Sir; I have read -with intense interest your communication in the last issue of the Empire, and will say, that I agree with you on some points men- tioned and disagree with you . on others and take the Itherty to set forth my views on the subjects discussed by you, through the columns of the Empire. I agree with the 'statement of the travelling -man referred to, that some- where about here must- be the ii313i - deuce of Gloomy Gus,\ since your gloomy views, as set forth leaves no room for argument on that point. That \Ruch conditions' should not be tolerated,\ is an open question and its answer is dependent on sever- onditione,---taking it for- granted that you refer to - lighting the streets of Moore, wiat Two ways are open to the council to provide street lights, the creation of an Improvement district, covering practically the entire town,- placing the burden of the taxation on the property abutting on the streets on which the lights are placed, or in- stalling lights and levying additional taxes _to cover cost of installatiOn nod , roaintatilatiO - e, Considering the present tax levy, which hardly meets expenses, it is doubtful if the taxpayers would sub- mit to either proposition. Lights are desirable, but under present.ponditions are not other mat- ters more pressing? As to 4 1torneone in authority being ou the Job all the time\ these Matters are who* within the powers and. dotiesootthe Town cannon, ad a ,vlsit 'those of their meeting and an investigstiOn of conditiOna_ will 131011- teestiaued . on page six). ENTH ANNUAL ALL Moore Camp No. 11021 Modem Woodman of Americi Thanksgiving Night, Nov. 27 at CLARY'S HALL Music by MOORE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Lunch served in the hall Tickets, including lunch Alli.1111.1,1011•16•11.01AiiiA $1.50 Everybody Welcome r 10111011111•111111111111111111111=111011110 111111111011111M FARM LOANS We are the people who started OPTIONAL PAYMENT FARM LOANS - in Fergus County and Central Montana We put the \OPT\ in OPTIONAL. And when we say OP- TIONAL we want you to knowthere are no strings to is. You can pay our loan off ANY TIME, get your papers back without - delay and STOP THE INTEREST. Interest\ and principal pay- able at our office. No red tape, no delay. We hold out no cash commissions. We collect no interest in advance. We loan on Homestead Final Certificates. Our interest•as low as any other Company. I WRIGHT LAND & INVESTMENT CO. Lewistown, EDMUND WRIGHT, Manager - , 406 stre\- - amoupsomiimmir M anumm HOW Ie agimmuit moo _ 0 season of the year seiStns so dear to us all as Thanksgiving time—the day for our annual family reunion, and no day in the year mewls so much to the housewife in her planning for the' feast. Table Damask. L 60 inch, Bleached Damask, Clover Pattern, at per yard 70 inch, Bleadied Damask, Poppy Pattern, at per yard 70 inch, Bleached Damask, Spot Pattern, at per yard 70 inch, 3-4 Bleached Damask, Lily Pattern, at per yard 72 inch, Bleached Damask, Lily Pattern, at per yard Napkins to match above linens. Timely then, is this announctment of our annual Thanhsgiving linen sale, for it means crisp, new immaculate )ariety of desiQns and pat- terns at less than ordinary prices. And the linens in this sale are all of the same reliable quality you can always expect at this store. 600 $1.35 $1.50 $1.75 $2.00 Pattern Cloths. Pattern Cloths, 9090, Napkins to match, Rose and Spot Patterns, per set Napkins, 22x22, German linen, per doz . Napkins, 24x24, Pansy Pattern, per doz. Napkins, 24'24, Lily Pattern, per doz $15.00 $5.75 $1.75 $6.00 We have just received a complete line of Dresser Scarfs, Lunch Cloths end Center Pieces, prices range from 75c to $5.00. See' windowdisplay. 11•11111111111,111•1W !WORE MERCANTILE CO.

The Inland Empire (Moore, Mont.), 20 Nov. 1913, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.