Big Hole Breezes (Jackson, Mont.) 1898-1915, November 24, 1899, Image 1

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■\ i ~ A * fr* *• Have just received a car­ load ofcanned goods that l FjL % i.C Zb ■ ing prices: fC . V 3 lb. Cap Eastern Tomatoes per case, $3 00 * *> 3 lb. Can Eastern B & B Tomatoes per case, 3 50 2 lb. Can Jackson Com per case, - - • 2 60 ' 2 lb. Can Fond du Lac Corn per case, 2 05 Morrow Corn per case, 2 85 Hellerburg String Beaus per case, 2 25 Dcrn String Beans per case, 2 50 -- 1 B & B String Beans per case, 3 00 s \ Early June l’eas per case, 3 25 \ OyBters per case, . . . . 4 0 0 Dress Patterns from $4 00 to $6 00. No two alike. Finest Line of J a c k e ts and Capes th a t ev e r came to the Dig Hole Basin. Come and inspect the goods, IN' STOCK .AT J. P. LOSSL’S. W isdom and J a c k s o n . Lots for sale in Wisdom. SEEsms. hittie m . notes eon JESUS AND PRICES. DUKE GIST, (HAS, RICHARDSON THE BIG HOLE SALOON. Jackson, Montana. GIST & RICHARDSON, P r o p r i e t o r *. Fine Wines, Liquors, and Cisrars Always in Stock. THE HOTEL D e LOSSL, WISDOM, MONTANA. MRS. JAMES O’CONNELL. Proprietress. First Class Service. H eadquarters for Gib- bonsville and Divide Stage Line. All s tages stop at the door. OLD GLORY SALOON, WISDOM, MONT., BAILARD & NEWCOMER, Proprietors. First National Bank of Dillon, A General Banking and Exchange Business Transacted, CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED.. CENTRAL PHARMACY, DILLON, MONT. Drugs and. Patent Medioin.es MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY AT­ TENDED TO. L. J. WILLIAMS. P kopkikto k . Dillon Cash Grocery Co, DILLON, MONTANA. T. W. POINDEXTER, M anager . Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Fancy and Staple Groceries. DILLON FURNITURE C0/t The Big Furniture House. Prices based on compe­ tition with the world. Special attention given to undertaking. G. T. PAUL, Prop DILLON REAL ESTATE k INVEST­ MENT CO. . DIM,ON NATIONAL BANK BUILDING. Desires lo correspond with parties in the Big Hole wim have ranches for suie o r lease. We have a few inquiries for bargains from both eusteni and western parties. iHLI.OirfWY PROPERTY Improved and unimproved for sale. Also farm lands in Montana, Idaho, Oregon und oilier s1 ates. Dli.irON R eal E state A I nvestment (J o ., Oiilon, Mont, PASSENGERS AND EXPRESS WISDOM AND JACKSON. Mails three tim es a week*-Monday, Wednes­ day and Friday. JAMES STEWART, Mail Contractor. NOTICE EOIl PUBLICATION. L and O rrics at M issoula , Montunn. N ov ( t »1 k ‘1' li, 1*9. Notice Is hereby given that the following* numed settler has filed notice of ills inten­ tion to make final proof In support of his Claim, and that said proof will be made !*•- fore Benjamin K. Stevenson. U. 8. ('ormnls- sloner, a t Wisdom, Montana, on December £i. 1891), viz: Joel 8. Nevlus, who made d esert land entry No. Oil, for the NW>.t NWU. *•«*. 12, N 'J N E 1*, NF.t* NW it. He.-. 11, Tp. 5 H., R. 16 He imnies the following 'wi! nesses to prove his continuous residence np<m and cultiva­ tion of suld land, viz: Pearl Husted, of Fox. Monfamt. James Peterson, of Jackson, Montana. A rthur W. Nevins. of Fox, Montana. Dirk Nedroti, of Jackson, Montana. E lmer EL H fphhet , Register. W e C a r r y Goodyear’s Gold Seal b rand of Rubbers. A FULL LINE OF Choice G roceries and Furnishing Goods, Agents for Wilson’* Air-Tight Heaters. Standard Gasoline Lamp and Sup­ plies. M. Bora & Co. TailonMade Clothing. Alfred A. Peats’ Prise Wall Paper. WISDOM MERCANTILE C0„ B. R. STEVENSON, CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR, WISDOM, MONTANA. SIDNEY C. HOUK, B A R B E R , WISDOM, MONTANA. Local B r e e z e s. Everything in the house first-class—Wines, Liqnors^ and JC'igars. Call and see ns.; We will treat you white. A THE SILVER SALOON, WISDOM, MONT., OWEN ELLIS, PROPRIETOR. A Fine Stock of W ines, Liquars, an d £ C ig a r s constantly on hand. Sdditz* Beer—th e B e e r th a t tnade^M ilwaukee NOTICE FOE tTBUCATION, L and O rrice at M issoci . a , Montana, fx-p- temher 10, ISIS. Notice Is hereby filvt-ri lltat the followlng- named settler has filed notice of her inten­ tion to make final proof in support, of her clglm, and that said proof wlii he made be­ fore Benjamin K. StorenBon, I . f>. i ommis- sloner, at Wisdom. Beaverhead t o.. Mon­ tana, on November l*,l*>V*--tA;........................ Gladdys M. Mlfilln, who mar II f N 1°, [ for the KFc-i Section H, Tp. i S.. R. 16 w . I She names the following witnesses to prove ! her continuous residence open ana cuitivi tlon of »Hld land, viz: David E. Stephens, of Brlston, Montana. Daniel Tovejr, - “ Charles E. Lewis, “ u *• Moses Jardlne, “ “ “ Eure* E. H essbet Eetrister DESERT LAND, FINAL PROOF.-NOTICE FOR PTBLICATION. Cirrm i S tatis L aid W r ier, H elix a , Moot, Oct. » is®.—Notice Is hereby, fiiren that Mamie Sulefsky, of Wisdom. Beaverhead Co., Montana, has filed s of lee of In- taotloa to aiake proof on her desert-land claim No. «SO. lor the Stf JTW1-,. PE's XWV NEK SW*. NWi, yr.h Bee. fi. Tp. 1 8.. R. » W. before Benjamin fi fitevenarm, Ti. S C a n aM h w er at Wisdom Mont., on fiurur- day, the n th day of Kmefittee. W*. M s r a n (la M t a s h t n f i a m n to prove rise complete (rrlfiatJo* and reelannition of Hack sugar, $0.75 cash, at Lossl’s. Go to Lossl’s and see his dry goods. , Try the new coffee at Wisdom Merc. Co. A fine line of macintoshes at J, I*. Losfil’g. Sweet potatoes and cranberries at Wisdom M ho . C o . Postmaster Strew bridge has gone to Butte on business. Potatoes and eastern apples at the W. M. Co.’s store. For Hale Cheap—A new Kimball Piano. Inquire at this office. Ham Zuikireheu, of Fox, was a visitor iu lown Sunday night. Dwight Bushuell, the surveyor, is doing some work in this vioiuity. Office ami correspondence station­ ery at Tribune Pub. Co.’s, Dillon. A. J. Nojes, manager of the Ajux Live Stock Co., has gone to Kansas City. Owen Ellis is enjoying life in Butte, the greatest mining camp on earth. G. W. Stewart was in Butte last week, nfi^ietiag a lot of young calves. Boot and shoe repairing neatly done by John Cunningham, Jack- son, Mont. Miuct pies, if ordered, can be had at Mrs. Horning’s on and after Thanksgiving Day. Miss Elina Stephens has been ap­ pointed postmistress at Brlston vie* A. O. Shaw, deceased. Mr. aud Mrs. W. W. Francis vis­ ited with Mr. and Mrs. Quit Owen Tuesday and Wednesday. W. J. Morrison, Walter Rutt, and George Barfield were new sub­ scribers to ths B reezes ibis week. E. M. lloas, the teacher at Fox, had business in town Saturday. Mr. Hoag has 24 pQpils under his in­ struction. Mrs. John C. Paddock was a vis­ itor in town last Friday and re­ newed her subscription to the local home journal. Craig Williams, a placer miner of Ruby ereek, came down fiom there Saturday and was the guest of Bob Blanton over.Sonday. John Helming, who lives on the Sia dey [dace, which Is now a pari of the S fi property, is expecting his family to arrive oot from Iowa soon. Miss Georgie Tong, a charming yonng lady of the lower valley, i* visiting her eossia, Mrs. C. H. Strowbridge and other relatives iu this vicinity. Forty or fifty head el eows fj^ni which the calves have been taken will be sold worth the money if tak­ en soon. See Noyes or Geisser of Use Ajar Live Stock Co. Mrs. Mr. A. Arasruge o f Briston was a visitor in i o n Wednesday. She says her lam&j. was completely taken by surprise hy the jw rty who invaded tbeis plnee Fnday night everybody « j * y *d themselves Inspect the allwool children's underwear at Lossl’s. Eastern apples and potatoes at the Wisdom Mer. Co.’s. Maber & Grosh outilery for sale at the Wisdom Mer. Co.’ store. Just Arrived—-A Urge line ot ladies’ dress patterns, capes aud jackets, at J. P. Lossl’s. C. M. Perkins, U. S. postofficc inspector, with headquarters at Spo kgue, was in this vicinity this week on official business- Miss Mabel Anuitage arrived laM week from her home in the Madisou valley aud will remaiu during the winter with the family of her brother, W. A. Armitage. Mrs. H. F. Brown called at the print shop while in town jester day aud loft silver for a year’s sub scriptiou. Hhe says at her place on Hwaiup creek the sunshines and the ground is clear of snow the same as lu re. Quit Owen was iu town Saturday and reports the completion of the six room addition to his house. The rumor that it had burned down is without foundation, ami the story originated through the hot use of the tools iu the bauds of the con traelors, Messrs. Richie & Smith, who have given Mr. Owen immense satisfaction. There are about 2.000 head of cat tie at the upper H-0 ranch that will he fed this winter on the inimeuse stacks of hay that were produced there the past season. We arc iu formed I hat 400 head will he fed ou the Montgomery rnmdi aud that the management has purchased several bundled tons of hay from the Christianson estate and Walter Fox, Oh boys, oh boys! Friday, the 17th was a great day for them. A him was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ham Fuglegjard on that date and a big boy came lo bless the home *f Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts about the same lime. 'Then, too, Charley Bryant was setting ’em up to his nu­ merous friends in honor of the ar­ rival of a little stranger at his bouAc/'The poatoffice address of the parents in each of the aheve mentioned cares is Jackson, Mont. W. B. and Will Htaucbfiola, fa­ ther aud sou, were down tLe valley the last of the week. Tht former has recently returned from Bear guich, Madisou county, where he has been representing oa some fine quartz which be modestly expects to dispose of lor 15,000 or $10 000 id the near future. The sen, Will, returned laat week from a visit to his wife’s relations at La Porte, lud. Mrs, Htancbfield has beea at the old home at that place during the sum­ mer and fall, and now the gentle­ man aud lady, their tlnee months- old baby, and her sister, Miss Belle Martin, are all domiciled at their ranch on Hwaiop creek. Married In Dillon. Ou Monday evening, Nsv. 13th, at the M. K. parsonage in this city, Rev. It, P. Smith performed the marriage ceremony of Horn P. Nel­ son and Miss Lena llirshey, both of f’ox, Montana. Henry Oleson acted as best man and Mias Ida lliracby, a aiater of the bride, acted as brides­ maid. The bride is a native of Lima, Ohio, while th« groom claima Denmark as the country of hi a na tivity. The newly married conple received the congratalations and well wishes of a large circle of friends.—Tribune. GRAND BALL AT WISDOM. On Thanksgiving night, Thurs­ day, Nov. SO, at Noyea’ Ilall. Everybody and bis brother and beat girl is invited to attend. RELIGIOUS. Rev. Miner's appointments for November and December will be as follows: On the third Sunday of each month Jackson at 11a. m. and Wisdom 7 p. m. On the fourth Sunday Wisdom at 11 a. m. and Jackson at 7 p. m. On the T*«day. Wednesday tad Thursday nights that come between tbe third aad fourth Sundays as fol­ lows: Bowen Tuesday, Britton Wedaanday, a»fl Fox Thursday, a t 7 p. is. C m *! HOLD-UP. Young Desperadoes Rob tbe A & M. Store a t Olbboasviilo. Last Monday evening a coaple of young mea held up Manager 11. L. Holt and Clerk Chris Abel of the A. D. & M. store in GibbonsyiUe. The desperados* are well known. Their names are Dan Hawkins and Bert Hillman, the latter having worked in tbe company mine and the former was a helper in a black­ smith shop. They had been to Salmon, where they hired saddle horses at Chet Matthewsou’a livery/ stable and st­ rived iu Uibbousviile about six o'clock iu the evening, hitched their horses iu an alley, aud at 0:30 held their guns ou the men in the store. They were uumasked and very nerv­ ous and the store people were alraid the trembling weapons might go off. The thieves got about $100 for their trouble, but they expected a bigger haul, it being pay night. While the work was being done Tom Barber and liudd Ricketts cn- teied the store aud gracefully back­ ed when the revolvers were held on i hem. When ilie robbers left the store limbi went in aud got Mr. Holt’s revolver, and going out on tbe street suw the bold lips eomiug cut of the abey on horseback. At the same lime they saw him and fired aud he relumed the compliment, but no cue was injured, and llawkius and Hillman rode up the gulch and evi ly got lost, us they stopped at A. L. Dean’s place at Pioneer near eleven o'clock I'uesday night and got some- thieg to eat, uud Ben Mallou saw them go by Moose Horn about raid night, when be happened to he up. Bui und Tom Mallou, of this place, had been to the top pt the Monday evening with loads and were just going into town when the sbootmg occurred. They were where the bullets were thickest, but happily were not in the way. i'here w as uot s csaddle horse to be hud iu Gibbonsville the night of the robbery and nothing was done in tbe matter until Tu*»d*y morn­ ing, when Ueputies Robert Hughes aud G. Mc l'aggeit came over the hill in the hope of aapturing them Receiver Hhaw has offered a rewar of 1200 for the arrest of the 10 be f Two deputies from Salmon c up the hilt out of Gibbousviite Tuesday morning and went around toward Trad creek. Hughes and Mcl’aggeri went toward Divide Wednesday morning, aud it would appear that lu« officers are some­ what previous. Oscar MeVay came to town last night and re,.urn the two horses ridden by itawxiu* and lLhman death or rtoovmry from it app«r«4 iu print. Notf xt is aattoanced that we may eat oar grapes in peace, H perhaps hv aael by aouxe scientist, will discover that there never wa* any such disease, after all __ Wa*h» ington Times. ja c k s o F c o r r b A pohdeisce . Juckaon, Nov. 23 , 1889 . Something did happeu at this cud of tbo Baain laat Friday night that- certainly established a record for Jauoson and vicinity (and it wasn’t tbe falling stare, wither.) This reo- ord will causa the census taker to work an extra s h ift in this region. Theiewere three babies bora and boys—two middleweight* and cue heavyweight. Tbe middleweight^ are seconded by Mr and Mrs. Hum Euglegjard and Mr. and Mrs. Chat. Bryant. The heavyweight holds tbo edge by tw o pounds, weighing iu at 12 pounds and will be looked after by Mr. ami Mrs. George Rob* ens. They say- he looks all th* world like a spriuter. Everybody is getting on nicely—even the out* sidt'is, tor they ate all sinokiug good cigars. The school yard was marked by a lew improvements the past week, and all seem more lhau pleased with the new teacher. Charles Majors of this plave and Mrs. Mary M erritt of llristou were married ou Monday afternoon at the residence of the bride’s sister, Mrs. A. O. Hhaw, the Rev. Miner offl. ciatiug. N. H. Htaggs and Miss Ruby Sag* were married in Oiliou last Sunday and arrived home in Jackson Tuesday night. Their multitude of friends wish them much joy and prosperity. All the hoys about here have np. liced a marked change iu the eon- duct and appearance ot our genial aud witty Irish fiieud, Fains Mc­ Donald. For the past-fimv weeks his step seemed light e t / his jokfiS brighter, and las mustkehe aud hair stem to get e x tra atteutidti, and w* notice ibai lie is praCHtuSg on a new youthful smile whenever passing lire minor. Now, Me used to tell us a story about a girl of his in ’69, but of course its nonsense to think of such things now, mtbi* late day, aud we hope vr« are mistaken in the symptoms. However, just look. ■ at what Dewey did. Anton Jackson w ent out to Baa* uaut to spend Sunday with his wif* who is stopping mere uudoi tbe car* oi Dr. Lutz, lie returned Monday ami reports her improving slowly. Everyuody sincerely wishes her a hast) reeovery. Air. Fred Hohlegeliuiltch arrived doubtless not Ui lrom th e p r e s e n t w r i t i n g . THANKSGIV ING BALL. A grand ball will be given hi the evening ot I’hauSsgiv ing Daj at Jackson, under lue management ot John Cunningham. Everybody is invited to attend. B a l i m l a y a n d p r o c e e d e d w ith a l a r g e as tu r n i n g t h e lo o s e sto c k n e a r his’ \ “ P E 'J p r o v i s i o n * to h is m in e o n fa t h e r a p l a c e , a n d say s th e r o h m r . c r t ! t ,k - lb { * m ,u e h “ el0* w e r e a t Q « u O w e n ’s p la c e W i d n e s - W w **“» w ill he worked (lay n i g h t f o r s u p p e r , a u d they a r e * * w iw ter. W isd u i a a t ‘ >au l o v e y a u d fa m ily p a s s e d tin jtig n J a c a a o u la s t S a tu r d a y o u liie i r l e u i n i t r i p f i o i o M a lad , Id a h o , w h e r e lu e y h a v e b e e n v i s i t i n g a n d lo u s i n g o v e r q u i t e a b it o t c o u n t r y , l i e .a i d : - W l j i l e t b i t is a n i c e c o u n u j , a d a K . n g oiy Ira n - l e d r o a d , i t o n l y m a k e s m e iinvie p leased w i t h B i g D o l e a n d u s p r o s p e c t s a n d l a m g l a d a n d c o n t e n t e d w h e r * 1 a m . ” ------------ | Q s t i r s . G e o r g e D a r t h a s r e t u r n e d I w i l l h a v e tw e n t y - e i g h t g o o d - i l t v m D i l l o n w h e r e sh e ha* b e e a sized y o o n g tu r k e y s w h ic h w ill be v i s i t i n g w i t h r e l a t i v e s . GRAND TURKEY SHOOT. shot for on Thanksgiving Day. Distance and other arrangements will he made on tbe ground. J. A. K isoslkv . LUMBER FOR SALE. The good shots roundabout Jack- sou are going to have an epperto* mty of drawing a bead on seme i fine, fat Turkeys here Thanksgiviag [Day, and aloug. with a big dance in i tbe evening we t au t help but bavo We have 00,000 feet of lumber j a So a * l‘me- in Wraton Caoyoe for sale. Will! Duke Gist be delivered at Wisdom for 1 15 per thousand or $13 per thousand at the mill. Z ors B r o s . left for Dillon and this week for a short A p p e n d icitis Loelwg I t s Grip. Anaconda stay. Tbe sad news catae in Saturday that Sam Peterson’s baby died at Dillon, while Sam is sick in bed. Sorn P. Xelsoa and Miss L e u Hirsebie, two of the most pop alar Appendicitis was never heard of outside tbe medical schools, nntil a few years ago, and then the cases ia tk* * \ ■ rpeared a* thick as blackberries *» ' “» nied 1,st « « * * DtH* tly. Surgeona wera ia tkeir glea

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