The Inland Empire (Moore, Mont.) 1905-1915, December 04, 1913, Image 2

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PIG E TWO •••••••••••••••••••••iik --- THF. INLAND EMPIRE Jaitlh Baslu'a Weekly GUY C. OSMONDSON Editor and Manager L SS INTt, 'A-\ T TER al 3 OF SUBSCRIPTION Oita, year (la advance).. 1?..ix 'Id oat ha Three Mouths... ..$2.50 1.25 716 ADVERTISING RATES rtatiNISHED ON APPLICATION e. 7 , 1.•••••••••••••••IlnIcima.-m•—•:. l'attered •as secend class matter at the peatoffiee at Moore, Mont. DECEMBER 4, 1913 PERSONALITY BEYOND DEATH. in juatice to myself and my co -winters I must risk annoying my present hearers not only by leaving on record our conviction that occurrences now regarded as Occult can be examined and reduced to order by the methods of silent* carefully and persist- ently applied, hut by going fur- ther and sayiag, with the utmost lirevity, that already the facts sa examined have convinced me that memory and affection are not limited to that association with matter by which alone they ean manifest themselves here and now and that personality per- i-ts beyond bodily death. The evidence, to my mind, goes to prove that discarnate intelligence under certain conditions may in- teract with us on the material side, thus indirectly coming adthin • our scientffic ken, and that gradually - we may. hope to attain sonic understanding of the nature of a larger, perhaps ethe- vial, existence and of the condi- tions regulating intercourse across the chasm. A body of re- • aitilonsilaie investigators has even now landed .on the treacherous but promising shores of the new continent. -Sir Oliver Lodge. •••••••• .10 „lathe Fanner Altogether to Blame? • • Too many merchants blame the far- mer - for buying of the mail order hausta. They seim to think that the man who tills the soil goes out of his way to sitnd crut of his home tOwn for goods with the possibility ,of Sayi4 a f e\v cents. The fact is the farmer is a business man.. He does his, buying on busi- MSS pr:nciples and the most of them smait enough to know that send- ing ou i t of town for all of. their sup- plies does not get tht,m anything. It is up to the merchant whether or not the mail artier houses get the business. The. mpchant can beat such esx tablishments with their own weapon, and that iksdvertising. Ite, too, must have special prices on certain article* if he wishes to hold the home trade. Grocers and country merchants Who think they, t a - located that they ;cannot ad- vertise successfally should study the subject of, adveitising. There is wobably no store, city ,or country whose:business could not' be adver- tised 'auccessfully if the proprietor only knew how and had the nerve and patience to do it. There are a few country merchants in remote lo- calities who 1iat4s mastered advertlrs. lag so Successfully that mail °Met competition does not bother them. The idea that you have lived in a town so long that everybody knows • you and you don't need'to advertise, Is a mistake. This very indifference to - doing business the - ways business .should be done in this day and age, is what has enabled the mail order houses to grow froth mere nothing to great eoncerirs.-•=-From' Mont., Trade r.nd Implement News. Whipping Pasta. Last week there was reference in the news to meeting in Chicago ot men who represent the ownrs of sitgar-beet nalila in several sections of the count', says the Butte- Daily toot.. Ne also came concarning the meetIttg... s tif \antlers in Eastern liontanit Wbp are engaged in the rale- . .4`,..... * „/\THE INLAND EMPIRIC lug of the sugar beets that have their market at the mill in Billings. There are a good many of these farmers. They have formed an assOciation. They realize that under the new tariff law•thelare not going to be: able to command the price they have been receiving for their beet crop, The new tariff bill hit them hard, with- out reducing the price of sugar to the :average - consumer in Montana to an extent—if at rill.* - - that will in any -sense be a fair offset for the loss. tie f falls upon the cultivators of an acreage in the region tribu- the Billings Mill, -More's the pi hell we rem:ember that one of Montana's senators, by standing pat, Could have made this i seriotta in- jury to a Montana -industry impos- sible. Montana has fourniembers in cop- gress., .They are democrats and they deemed it expedient to stand in with the party's tariff policy that is rising to plague the Montana farmers whose money is invested in the sugar -beet industry. For some reason Congress- man Evans, who was not heard from in defense of these constituents of his, has pitched into -the use of the whipping post, somewhere back east. Free sugar ties hinalreds of good citi- zens in Montana to the post and lash- es them fiercely. . J. H. Frost; head of the North 'Da- kota College of atvieullture. This inelude's iiiiVeatment, coat ef Seed, wear and . tear on the Amin machinery, labor, etc. By acldin g. . acre, there is littie question\ but that the average profits would. be doubled. In other words, as much profit sheind be realized- from seven. dollars' worth of unavoldablk labor tend investment. .Consiquently\ if farm- ers waited deviate one-third of their land to growing cora 'and alfalfa:, neither of which Interferes with .time and labor em.ployed in rimming wkeat, and put one-third more labor thus made available on only two- Ihinds as .niany acres of wheat, they would grow more wheat than where they spread 'their entire energies over; one-third large acreage. • 'Phe corn ard - alfalfa fed ticlivestock would in- sure ihem a large additional ineunie, litifjuenced , by .cilmatIC conditions, the fertility deliesited , apex' the farm' resulting from feeding corn and alfalfa to livestock would - vatstly Jim - prove the produetivenestt of the soil. Last Monday noon the old arid special session of the Sixty-third Congress' was adjourned, and a few atioinerits dater the first regular sea - 'slop of that -body convened in ac- cordance with the Constitution. The Pald- congress convened last March, when President Wilson was in- augurated, and - the public expected it woikki -finish revising. the tariff and. adjourn by July. .The President 'however insisted that the disgruntled tnembers enact hie new . policies along anti -protection lines and dis- regard pet measures prepared by party leaders: , This extra ,session, 'which ended Monday, is the longest of record.. The Vapid:rig and currency la,w was take - up some . weeks ago and is mill far- from finished: The present new Cangress will exist until march 4, 1915, tho it is hoped it will not remain in session' until that date. Receipt for a , Good Town. Grit, 'Win, Snap, Push, Energy, Schools, Morality, Churches, -Har- mony, Cordiality, Advertising, Talk about it, Write about it, cheap pro- perty. ; Speak well of it, Advertise in its papersy.,' P • atronize its merchants, Good country tributary. ELect good men to, office, Honest competition in - Prices, Faith exhibited by good works, Make the atmosphere healthy, Let your object Jae the welfare, growth and prarnotiPn - ,of, your tow(' and its petiole. Speak well of Ae public spirited men, and also be one of them yourself. Be honest with - your fellow men. ---Ex. Ilhe Montana Teachers, who met Helena last week, recommended the consolidation . of rural school, districts, and the more equitable dis- tribution of school funds. Shall the school districts In this vicinity be. 'consolidated? Who will undertake the world? Dairy farmers of -Missouri have iondered 36,000 tons of alfalfa pro- ducts- -ream- the alfalfa milt at Big Timber, Mont. Fergus county should 'have such a mill. 14 a, THE EXTRA DOLLAIN. It requires approximately seven dol. tars per acre to grow a crop, says Di'., CHAFF' ,r -FROM STRAW Mr. and Mrs. Gardner and. .Mrs. HOlalit'orth were shopping In Lewis-, town Moaday. -, -Several from Straw attended the, dance at Garneit and reported a most - delightful time. Fired Irish and faintly. spent sev- eral days visiting in this vicinity. ...Mr. and Mrs. Meeks Of Glengarry tilsite.d friends in Straw - Saturday. Mrs. Newman returned it week from. Rochester, where she received medical treatment. -Her many 7 friends .he pleased to tallow she is very much hfitter. '.Fred 'Deicing is getting a house ready for his . who will move hero from daineilf soon. Mrs. Wm.,Bilieetz was a -Moore ansitor Wealtiesday.:.. Tom Gregory and Ethel Wood spent Thanksgiving at -the Wm. Neill home - end't‘ Mrs. - Bert-Spencer, 'who tarvei - Aieen'..v.isitivia , :la, Straw., leave hits -Week tor Oklahoma on a 41.81t.' Saturday :evening Mr. and Luke _Gardner' *ere very .pleaiantly surprised by abiaut 15 Of their friend Who gathered at their home in boner of their fifteenth: wedding annivers- '0,17. It was 'Indeed a surpris% when th e. crewd tnarched lade.n? adth tgood things to eat. A very pleasant evening was saient at cards and con- versation. An elegant lunch was served at midnight and the' pleased tamale were presented with a cut' iglass setTrom the ,Straw whit 'they receivcd...peeYerai other beautiful 'pieces of,. glass, ware from other Crien-de:' If was an evening long to r.eanembered by all present. A DESIRABLE GIFT AS- the Christmas season approches our thoughts naturally turn the matter air presents. II What present ;could he better and more opportune than 4 yeat's subscription, 'to 'Pile Fhnpire timed so that it will begin with our Christmas number? The boy or girl away at school, the old folks out of town, the new neighbor down . the road; all would find in such n present a tweiv . e-Month'el enjoy-. meat. First Old Time DANCE of the season Given b* MOORE COMMERCIAL CLUB at wary's Hall Friday, Dec. 1 2th Music by McCollum's Five Piece Orehestra Supper Served in Hall Everybody Bring a Basket ALL CORDIALLY INVITED Tkikets, $1.00 LOUSE CREEK LOCALS] E. C. Leap and family have re- turned from a pleasant visit with - relatives near Bascrim. Neel Broil. attended the cattle sale at Moore Thmisday, and pur- chased twelve head of young heifers. Ed Light called at the Neel ranch Friday afternoon, trading for some steers. C. G. Ruck went to Great Falls Sunday on business. Mrs. Win. Combs spent one day the past week with Mrs. W. E. Deer. The D. J. Fleishman family vis- ited with August Zastrow's one day last week. Frank Bailey was trading in Kolin Tuesday. -- Mrs. C. G. Ruck spent Sunday with Mrs: T. W. J. Neel. A heavy snow fell here last Thursday, reknaining on the ground for about a week. Some stack threshing is yet to be done. Some Of the farmers met at Kolin Saturday evening and discussed matters pertaining to having a tele- phone line in this. vicinity. SCHOOL NOTES 1. Don't forget the date, Friday, Dec. .19, Moore Opera House. Visitors at,the high school dur- ing the past week were Mrs. Clary, Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. Lowe, Mrs. Harrod, Mrs. Tabasinske, Mr. Pow- ers, Mr. Thurs'tort, Miss Estes and Miss Waage. , The Sophomore class has taken.. up the Merchant of Venice fer its second classic. The local high school foot ball team is planning to meet the foot 1411 team of the Fergus collator. fpgh school Saturday in Lewis- town. ,The Moore sitool will give an/ entertainment at the Moore Opera Eict'Ose, Friday evening, Deo. 19. Keep that date open. The program given by the high school, November 26th, was some - What shorter than usual because of the fact that neither the orchestra pi soloist could perform. Three Freshmen, Mary Thomas, William McVeda and Ray Kitts represent- ed their classmates in the debate. The Sophomores were represented by Mary Sharp, Luella Rice and Wallace Withrow. The decision was given in favor of the Sopho- M ores. Martha Wood proved an able editor for the Chronicle. Lau- , over retta McHugh presided the 'program. M. E. CHURCH NOTES James H. Durktrit, Pastor Choir practice Thursday and k,Friday evenings at 6:30. Remem- ber the Ladies' Aid bazaar on Sat- urday Dec. 6th. Dinner will be 'served at 11:30 a. m. and supper at 5 pJ m. Rev. J. A, Martin, District Super- intendent will hold the Second Quarterly Conference in the church at 7:30 p. m. and preach the next morning‘st 11 a. m. Sunda - Services. Sunday school 10 a. m., T. E. Rice, Supt. Rev. J. A. Martin, will preach and hold communion services at II a. m. Epworth League at 6:30 p. m., Leader Mrs. E; 0.' Hedrick. Ser- ,mOn by the pastor at 7:30, Subject, oLife in the Knowledge of Cod.' \ Stockholders Meeting. The regular annual meeting of the _share holders of the gtate Bank of Moore will be held at said/ Bank on Monday t1115 5th day of January 1914. at two o'elook P. M. for the election of nine director§ to serve the ensile-. ing year and for the transaction of any other business that may legally ootne up before said meeting. Dated at Moore, Mentana this 2nd day of December, 1918. E. 0. Him - term Cashier. Decemlier 4441, itii- LOW ROUND.TRif A ' RES To Florida Coast Resorts via the pecember.9, 16, 23, 3Q.. January 7 .6,.. and,27, 1914. From Stations in Manta:rya to' • * ' JadiOnVille, St. Augustine, Tampa, Palm Beach; Miami, Key West GGING LIMIT 30:PAY.8,. RETURN' LIMIT APkIL.30 :- LIBERAL - TSTOPOVERS ENROWI'E - PilOTITTED • Side Trips to the PANAMA CANAL frenti4a0cionviltoand . to Nas- sau, B. I. and Havana, Cuba front Key ' an at Reasonable Expanse The. \OLYMPIAN\thil ALL -STEEL and MjST:gg:PULAR Train across • the Continent, will eonneet 4.*4 . 44400 with Simi- lar ALL -STEEL Trains yin various yationa, ete.,-call on or atilt H. G. MERkEL, Agent Chicago, Milwaukee & St, Paul Railway Moore, - - Montana MI; MID 1111111110111101111111111111111111111111111111. eiNge 11111111111101111111111111 We are the peOpte vtiho_ started I lks - OPTIONAL PAYMENT FARM LOANS ,in Fergus County and Central Montana , We put the \OPT\ in OPTIONAL And . wh - ,en we TIONAL:we want you to know Aiere are no strings - to it. ;You can pay cur loan - Off ANY TIME; get your paper's back- without: - delay and STOP THE INTEREST. 'Interest and iincipal pas able at our office. - -No red tape, no delay. - We hold out no cult comMissions. We Collect no interest in advance. We loan on Homestead •Final,C . erti4ca,tee. Our interest as low as anyother Cornpanar. , : IEDMUND WRIGHT. Manager WRIGHT LANI) & INVESTMENT CO. Lewistown ; 40,, Main Stivef a empipissramisamesams amalmos Automobiles, Wakon§, _Sleighs Skates for Ladies' and Boys Boy's Sleds and Coasters. Universal Carving Sets _ Carvers . wit4 Durable Edges Silverware, Latest Patterns of Knives Forks, Spoons, and Fancy Sets \\.. Staple Crockery, Glassware, Lamps, etc., _ The Montana Lumber Co. Roundu Coal C. M.Kelly' ABSTRACTS TITLE Lewistown ltotit. 1 2:4 'reful work. Reasonible clkarges. •

The Inland Empire (Moore, Mont.), 04 Dec. 1913, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.