The Inland Empire (Moore, Mont.) 1905-1915, November 20, 1913, Image 5

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Novembet -20th, 1918. - 1 TIT 511...A.Nt)ilPiRl PAGE FIVE 4. Business cards DR. 0. P. DAVID Physician and Surgeon Calla attended promptly day or night. Of, David Drug Co. DR. E. S. PORTER Physician - and Surgeon. Office and residence over the State Bank Moors, Montana. DR. 8. 8. OWEN. Physician and Surgeon Office, Owen Building, Main Street, • Moore, Montana. L. P. SHARP, M. D. C. Graduate Chicago Veterinary College. Office 2d Floor Clary Building. DR. O. V. CALKINS. DENTIST. Office closed Satur- days, open. Simday by appoint- ment. Office over State Bank. Phone 39. Moore, lablitaba- 8. E. PETERSON. LAWYER Office in Clary Block. Moore, Montana. SETH 0. CARROLL. Funs - nal Director. done, Guaranteed satisfactory for shipping, at reasonable pri- ces. Calls answered prottxptly day or night. Phones --45, 73. Moore DRAY & TRANSFER Line George P. Curry Prop. PHONE 45. Moore, . Montana. - THE CITY DRAY LINE., And Baggage Transfer Prompt' Service to All. BOB SICYLES Prop. Phone 60 11. A. COMBS Auttioneer. The Man Who Gets Retains Moore, Montana. MOORE LIVERY & FEED STABLE. Good rigs, careful driVers, Peed Ground Hensley & Ward, Proprietors. T. RAMSEY ikurOeon . and Dent* t 3 41e-.042.blitt 3 b Moo te nab( biSiiprial conniption. where all stock -46k In my charge will receive carte fu.I attention. Prices reasonable Calla answered day or niglit. Tel. No, 35. Moore, Mont: LOCAL EVENTS 41 Happenings of Interest Anicing the People of Moore and V_isinity. People Who Coma and Go_ancl Little Events That Add Charm To Life in the Beautiful Judith BABill SCHOOL NOTES The visitors at high school this week, were Dr. S. S. Owen, County Supt. Alice O'Hara and Mr. Ten- ney, State Inspector of Rural Schools. See Photographer's ad in this is- Subscribe for The Empire NOW. sue. Plan to attend -\A Noble Outcast\ Friday, Dec. 5th. Mrs. It. F. Shaw was a Lewistown visitor between trains Tuesday. J. B. Weidenborner was a business visitor at the county seat Friday, Fr.,yan den Broeck will be in Moore the first Monday in December. Now is your chance to have your Photograph taken by a good Photo- grapher. Harry Wight returned home Sun- day from a trip to Portland and Lew- iston, Idaho. Everybody's going to the Wood. ; man Ball Thanksgiving night, Nov. 2 . 1th, at Clary's hall. Mel Stevens and Foreman Welling- ton, of the Winnecook Ranch near Harlowton, were Sunday visitors - in Moore. Mesdames H. A. LeAey and H. E. Strong were hostesses to , about twenty of their friends last Saturday afternoon. Don't forget the dale, Friaay, Dec. 5th, \A Noble Outcast,\ a five act play presented by the Rebekahs and Steve Thelen and Geo. Cox re - - turned last Saturday from a hunting trip to life Belt mountains. They were gone three weeks. and brought home two,fine deer. Deputy Sheriff Louis McCabe of Buffalo was a visitor in Moore the last Of the week. \Shorty\ has spld bis hotel and livery and dray line at that place and expects to remove to plentywood in the northern part of the state. All work guaranted to please you at Moore Studio. :Tack Sperry was a visitor in the city from Straw Monday. L. L. Barman is confined to Ms room this week with a severe attack of lumbago. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dundo left on Tuesday morning for Long Be California, where they will spend the winter. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Morrow and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Moore au - toed to the former's ranch on Indian creek Sunday. Plan to attend the Woodman Thanksgiving Ball at Moore next Thursday night, Nov. 27th, and en- joy a good dance. Mrs. Creath Owen came down from Lewistown Sunday afternoon and spent the fore part of the week visiting relatives - in the city._ A large crowd turned out for the Hawiian minstrels entertainment at the opera house Tuesday night, all being well pleased with the various numbers. Announcement has been received in Moore of the marriage of Miss May Blinchfield and Mr. Albert H. Ronnefiberg, at Rushford, Minn., November I ttb. Miss Blanchfield will be remembered as one of Moore's high school teachers two years ago. An addition to the rear of the Post Office building , has been made, giving nbout twice Las much room as former- ly. The patronage of the Moore of- fice has increased materially during the past year and the additional room will greatly faellitialtet the handl- : Felker will leave on :Satur- lag of the local mails, which has APY. for Minneapolis, hil sister being recently become _a difficult task seriously ill at that place. From owidg to the limited space. thOre he will go_ to Seymour. Iowa, J. V. Smith, better kitown• to the to spend the winter with his claughld timers here as Tex Smith, who ter, Mrs. J. J. Phillips, nee Ivali Fel- has been in Canad a for the past two ,,ker, formerly of Moore. months, arrived here last Sunday to 'join his family located on the Mar- tin ranch near Windham. Mr. Smith has no complaint to make against Canada, but the fact of his return shows that he prefers to live in the Judith Basin.—,Windham. Leader. THE ENGAGEMENT RING OF' DIAMONDS and SAPPHIRES A Pleasure to Show Goods Harry A. Lookoy Jeweler - - Engraver Control your Finances This is easy to do if you apply practical business methods. The result from so doing is more than gratifying; income is conserved, expenditures reduced by ,the application of our Check Payment Plan. Control your finances - : -DON'T let them control YOU. . . . . The . . First National Bank Moore. - Of Moore - Montana U. S. Depository for Postal Savings R. W. Clifford returned Friday night from • Chicagov-- where he ac- companied a train load of cattle from here the week previouri. This train load of steers was owned by Waite & Belden of . Utica, lincle Bill\ Gordon of Straw and Riley Hannah and W. H. Barney of Moore, and sold on the Chicago market at a trood figure. J. J. Royal and family departed óii . Monday -morning for the south, where they will spend the winter. Mrs. Royal and the children will visit at the home of her parents in Summers, Ark., while Mr. Royal will visit a brother in Wiggins, Miss. They have rentedtheir residence in Moore and expect to return in the • spring: Miss Hazel Samuell and Edward Osmondson were married at Port- land, Ore., on Monday, Nov. toth, Both are former residents of' Moore, the Ifride being the daughter of Mr. and MriLy. H. §ernuell, while the groom is a brother of Mrs. ti. E. Peterson, and for a number of years. was employed at The Empire office. They will reside in Portland. While here on the occasion of his recent official visit to Moore, Bishop Lenihan, of Great Falls, noted the substantial gro v wth of our city, and and its business institutions, and ex- pressed his belief in the future pro. gress of it and the splendid farming country surrounding. The Moore diocese has experienced a good in- crease in members; during the past year and in all probability a priest will be located here permanently be- fore long, provided suitable encoar- *gement, in the form of residence, Is received. This subject is now be , .ing - considered and definite action will perhaps be taken in the near future. One more cripple has been ad- ded to our list and has introduced still another fad in foot wear. The Freshmen have challenged the Sophomores to a debate to be held next 'Wednesday afternoon. A good deal of interest is felt by the two factions. The Sans anuci was \Sans Quo- rum\ last Saturday night in spite of the faithful work of committees. Next Saturday is the day when the M. H. S. football team expect to get the scalp of the Fergus County High. Be at the baseball grounds next Saturday afternoon and see it done. We are much indebted to Dr. S. S. Owen for a beautiful 'netof Mar - den's \Pushing to the Front,\ and a large indexed map of the Rocky' Mountain states, which he donated to the library. Mesdames D. H. Simon and L. J. Gresnough of Hobson were local•yis- it ors Monday. Photographs for Xmas are just the proper thing. Make appointments now. At Moore Studio.. Quite a number of local people at- tended the 'dancing barty at Clarence Wilson's farm, south of Moore, last Friday evening and all report a very enjoyable time. Dancing -and other amusements were indulged in' until the small hours of the morning, re- freshments being served at midnight Huff Bros. of this city furnished music for the occasion. , On Monday the ease of the town of More against J. D. Ktpe and Mrs. Kipe, charged with failure to 're- move a klea:d dog bellonging to the 'latter, from the street in front of the 'Ripe Hotel, was tried in district ouirt following an appeal • front the locial justice court The oak, testi- mony ()Herod was as to Whether or not the dog was removed from the 'street within- six hours after death; the ordinance requiring theft any dead 'animal must be removed by the owners within that time. The Jury decided that Mrs. Kipe, who owned the dog, had not complied with the ordinance and was assessed a fine of 410, Mr. Kipe being acquitted. It is 'understood that the town of Moore must assume the costs in the case. Dissolution of Co -Partnership To Whom These Presents May Come: Notice is hereby given that the co- partnership heretofore existing under the name and style of Maxwell & Olson, at Ross Fork, in the County of Fergus, State of Montana, has been dissolved by mutual consent. Dated this 8th day of Nov. I918. Edward Olsen, Moore, Mont. NOTICE TO DEBTORS All those knowing Cheiagies in- debted to - the Moore Automobile Co. will please call and make'settlement of their account at once. et. Moore Automobile Co. \HOMELESS FLOATERS OWN:WORST ENEMY.\ simply because they lack that defi- nite purpose in life ---a home ---that carries such an influence for fru- gality and integrity. Of course. there are few people who have not planned a home some time or other in their life, because it is human instinct to have a nest of their own, and good intentions are most ”praiseworthy; but the fact remains nevertheless that intentions lead to NOWHERE \ Why not decide now to become a recognized factor in the upbuild- ing of our community and staTt that home you've been thinking about. • Do not put it off any longer. Drop in and let us talk this .over with you. THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE HOME. BASIN LUMBER CO. (Horne Folks) Phone 18 F That Horse, Cow or A Dog of Yours Should Suddenly Meet With an Ac- cident or you should detect an ailment in your cattle which should have immediate attention, is your barn equipped with the remedies that should be used in such cases? We have veterinary medicines of every sort, and the surgical instruments that every owner of horses and cattle should have at hand. Come in today and let us provide a medi- cine cabinet for,your stable, it i11 pay you to be prepared. MEEPIEJACINTANA r I L A Y up a reserve fund against the future. Bad crops, misfortune or a great financial opportunity may come. Be prepared. Step in and talk it over today. Be wise in time—this Mine. Start a savings account today. A dollar will do it. State Bank of Moore FRESH GROCERIES and our prices are the best to be had Our Entire Stock of HARDWARE is on sale at prices that will induce you to buy Builders' Hardware. if you need any, BUY NOW. We have an assortment of Bolts which win be sold at cost. ASH 'GROCERY COMP ANY A. M. S A MrELS, - MANAGER You will be repaid by using Our Want Ad Column

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