Big Hole Breezes (Jackson, Mont.) 1898-1915, February 21, 1913, Image 5

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M H8I— i Wm M ■ BIG HOLE - BLACKSMITH USHOP * - T homas O rr ; P rop .— * I GENERAL | I Blacksmithing I \ t ►A Specialty Made Of# HORSESHOEING § New Work To Order £ 4 t —Your Patronage Solicited— ' it Opposite Big Hole Com. Co. • I PHONE - NO. 30 5 4t # * * * * ♦ ♦ * ♦ + * * ♦ * ♦ ♦ * * $ # 4t tt+ ttn ? t t t t i $ Ladies’ a n d Gents’ * t t i * ! * * * , f. toa Pioneer Merchants Of THE BIG HOLE BASIN JUST A Trees Horn Clothes Cleaned And Pressed REPAIRING DONE Ladies’ Suits Made and Fitted M R S S T A B L E R 5 £ # $ $ < £ $ $ $ $ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ In Every Department of BANKING The FIRST NATIONAL BANK & & $ h \ ; Is prepared to serve you in a satisfactory manner. Cal! on or address us by letter B. F. WHITE, Pres’t. CATTLE ACCOUNTS K«OU THE BIG HOLE BASIN RECEIVED ON FAVORABLE TERMS ij S A large assortment of of Gents Furnishing Goods Men's $5.00 Brown Duck Sheepskin Lined Coats for $3.50 ” $7.00 Waterproof Cloth\ \ ” \ $4-75 ” $<S.50 Wambat Collar \ \ . ...................... $6.00 \ $9.50 Striped Cloth ” ” ” ” $7.00 Men’s, Ladies’, Boys' and Children’s Sweaters at greatly re­ duced prices. Men’s Woolen Shirts U* $1.75 Shirts (a good wearer) ............................................. $1 20 $2.25 ” (heavy and durable) .................................... $160 $2 50 ” (a good dresser).......................................... $190 $3.00 \ (blue all wool) ............................................. $2 50 $4 00 \ (extra all wool) ............................................. $2 90 Woolen Mitts and Gloves Men’s Heavy Knit Wool 75c Gloves.................................60c. 75c Mitts - • - . ............................ 50c. Lined Calfskin $101) Mitts ............................... Hi 1 § 1 Horsehide $1 25 ” $150 Lamb lined $1 75 • • i DC- $1 00 $1 25 ■ $1 40 B $ OUR GROCERY DEPT is still in the lead and contains the best goods obtainable. A complete new stock of the famous Sunlit Brand just opened. — S T O R E S A T — $ Wisdom - Dewey - Jackson m TIIE DALY BANK &, TRUST CO. OF ANACONDA. MONTANA, offer* every .‘iCility of modern tanking for the care of Its customers' business. It knows the special condition eilst- ,ng in Biff Hole Basin and the needs of ts people. It is prepared to serve them and so­ licits their business A. L. STONE, Cashier THE MINT “ — ! | J. C. HILL, Proprietor } I WINES LIQUORS CIGARs! Let One Of Your Resolutions For 1913 Be To The new Spring Sample Book U ol the oldest and largest tai- | loring house in the world * M. B o r n & Co. For 40 years Born’s Blue # Book lias been the leader in # (lie tailoring business. It '# offers YOU the biggest $ values, lowest prices, % greatest styles and § variety ot woolens ev­ er shown, and back of it all is a binding guarantee of perfect satisfaction. See H before buying your next suit. § For 14 years we have supplied the best dressers of the Big Hole Basin with M. 4* Born Suits. 14 years of experience in 4 J taking measures counts for something— It A B S O L U T E F I T $ : Wisdom Mercantile Co. * ¥ 4 4^ 4s fA* 4i* 4 a 4 a 4 a 4 a 4 a Ab 4 a aa ( 4 a 4 a 4 a si©Qffl©soi5'O.a©ooa.oQ9OOO0oooao, Chris Christensen Everything Hsrdy and AccJuaated Mtfc A a e -t Ceariot F m l i r i Now OSCAR H. WILL A CO. MSMAHCK. H. D. Lossl Hotel THOMAS GRISDALE —PROPRIETOR— Home Cooking Fair Rates Rooms Furnished and heated Over Lossl Store Wisdom - Montana WISDOM STEAM LAUNDRY A T. BAR BY, P uof ' r Clothes Cleaned And Pressed Satisfaction Guaranteed CARPENTER B U I L D E R and Contractor Estimates Made Job Work To Order Wisdom Montana GOLDEN LINK LODGE No. 27, I. O. 0. F. Wisdom, Montana. ----- Meets every Thursday night— B. A E isley N G O. J W oodworth , Sec'» ATT. BAKST, Treasure. ♦ ♦ ♦ | * Under N e w * * % M A N [ A G E M E N T % ' The Northern l * * * t * l # I k C a f e ^ D avis & N orman , P rops . Short Orders Everything In Season Your Patronage S O L I C I T E D W I S D O M - M O N T . Smoke Only M & M CIGARS Main & Martin - Dillon, * The Parcels Post * The METLEN Hotel DiIlon-^RCg~S9^»^Moutana Rorau from 50c. to $1.50 Best Meal ia the state for 50c. S p e c i a l R a t e s T o J u r o r s T . J . M U R R A Y P R O P T t ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ HAS MADE IT MORE CONVENIENT THAN EVER TO SHOP WITH US BY MAIL Especially so for the people of the Big Hole basin, for now all packages ( u p to eleven poundsj are delivered to your door or mail box, a great advantage over the old express system, to those who reside some distance from a town or station, while our enlarged mail order depart- menf gives ea6R\’iw6tr~'int«SigBtrl persem&U-attewtioa, .. - • assuring the purchaser the same satisfactory service as though personally buying. Shop from our daily ads in the Butte newspapers. The many good savings quoted from day to day are for out-of-town patrons as well as city residents and we prepay the postage or expressage on all orders excepting groceries and furniture. HENNESSY’S 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Popular Mechanics Magazine # \WRITTEN AO YOU C»N UNatRtTANO IT\ A GREAT Continued Story of Ihi World* f ogre»i whi( h you j may begin reading at any time, and which will hold your interest forever | t n PA 3 ES EACH MOUTH $00 PICTURES *00 ARTICLE! OP 8 CNERAL INTEREST The \Shop N o te,” Doporlpiont (2a pages) gtvtt* eimy way, n> (L> ih m g ,- how to make useful Hita lffls ior hone end bluip, reuair*, etc \Amateur Mechanic. \ (10 papm) tells how to make Mission fnrtmure, wirdc isouil'i,, bouts, engints, m a g ii, and all the things « boy love • 1.60 PER YEAR. SINQLE COPIES 1 S CENTS! Ask your newsdealer, or WRIT! rOR m i IM P U COPV TOMV I*OI*ULAIt M E C H A N IC S CO. I THE Divided Wisdom -SILAGE CO.- (Consolidated L'ue*) Wt carry the United State* Mail imd offer puperior accommodations for passenger#. Express handled to all points bftRt-eu Divide and TViidoui. Leave Wisdom 6:30 a. m. Armes Divide y:io p. m. (.eaves Doide 7:06 .. 1 m. Arrive Ws i Join 6 ; 0 o p. m. Daily Passenger Service ‘Everything For Everybody” ¥ Main S t at Granite - - Butte, Mont 4 We eonnect with all Oregon Shnri Line pa**efiger train# at Divide o both directions- PinifeigFF Ti \W tier ween irirtd e aed Wisdom Otie W ay Far# ......................... Is.oo Roand T rip F a r e ....................... S^ OD Corresponding rate# (tetveea inter­ mediate poiuu. A H a n d f u l o f C W i s r e m o v e d W I S E t u r l e a n d c o m p a n y S H I P P E R S ^ : mptygai I every, 'tin W ISDOM M E R C A N T ILE OO.

Big Hole Breezes (Jackson, Mont.), 21 Feb. 1913, located at <http://montananewspapers.org/lccn/sn83025326/1913-02-21/ed-1/seq-5/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.