Big Hole Breezes (Jackson, Mont.) 1898-1915, May 16, 1913, Image 1

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Wmm V o l u m e 1 5 . ■ ( 1,1 .. . . ■ Accident Ends In Death Of Pioneer (Jacfcsoo Correspondence , only outside relatives present. Last Thursday evening the J To the sorrowing wife and family ftiend* of Samuel Beil placed in an wc can but say that our hearts are automobile under the care of Dr. i tilled with sympathy and that we Kyburn, starting to reach a Butte grieve with them, hospital, and with hearts hilled WISDOM, MONTANA, fftlDAY, MAY 16. 1013. What Would th e Suffragettes Do If They Met the King Like This? N u m b e r 2 3 Electric Lights for S 6 F. S. Lotz, agent for Fairbanks, with anxiety and hope that his vi­ tality and strength would continue until surgical assistance might save his life, were soon overwhelmed 1 Morris & Co., of Chicage, dealers with grief as the listened to the ex-[in electric lighting plants, is in the haust of the returning car. Sarnu-! basin and lias appointed C H. cl Bell, for thirty years a resident Strove!nidge local agent tor the of Beaverhead county, died Thurs- j company. Arrangements have day night at 11 ;.?>(.) in an automo -1 been made to install an electric bile driven by C. E. Miller and ac-j lighting system at the Upper Sb companicd by Dr. Rybmn and C F. Lloyd. lie conversed intcih- ranch and one may be placed m at Ralston’s. The gasoline povvei gently until within a moment be- which is used also provides a water fore the end, when the messenger as well as a lighting system, of death overtook the fleeing car! near the S i» ranch i Fourth Class Postmasters As stated in the last issue of the I ----- — B r e e z e s , Mr. Bell, while lifting a ' Washington, May Ml - Fourth heavy box of eastings, which aim -; class postmasters must be able to j ed on the freight team, slipped his read, to count accurately the tnon- j hold and the crate fell, hitting him ' ey they receive, to measure the oil- just above the ankle, causing a 1 cloth on the floors of their offices compound fracture and badly facer- and to write at least a decipher-, ating the limb, the bones protrud- | able letter once m a while, in or- ing through the flesh Dr Ryburn 1 der to be taken under the wing of reduced the fracture and left the the civil senior In dTecl, they patient doing as well as could be must have a reasonable understand- expected One week later the doe-] mg of \readm' ‘rilin' and ‘nth- tor was agan summoned and at a'metu, ' according to instructions glance kne.v that gangrene had issued toda\ by the postoffiee dc- [ set in and that chances for saving part men t his life were lew. ! Persons to take examination Samuel L. IMl was born in,must lie citizens of the United] Springfield, 111., on July 2 d, 1858 States, oyer 21 years old, and must I His father, John W Bell, was born . reside in the community they as- in Virginia in 182S and now resides ( pirg to serve. No one must be j at Rcdroek, in this county, at the crazy, intemperate, dishonest or( age of bo. \Sam\ Bell, as he was have been dishonorably discharged more familiarly known, came to from the army or navy Colorado with his parents in INTO, j ~ ..... where he lived until 1882, when he J Public School Notes came to this county, when’ ho has 1 --------- continued to reside until his death, j primary grapes In 1885 he married Miss Alice Ran-; M rs . B R. S tevenson , Teacher, dell, of Virginia City, Mont , and; Parcels Post And Our Merchants ( hie of our state editors, in whom s tory go far away, catalogue houses, we ha\e the utmost coiasT. n e, lux , wi I not lie justified in blaming ax ale a \civ llioi uugh jnu-.xt.igu- .Congress for his inability to trans- t o f the eflei t of the paHvl, ;act a prohtablc business. o i <>t.r home merchants. In ans-i - .......... — ....... ........ Wd'l.n tile question, \Uhl i.:.IS law 1 art the home ro / sa vs ’ While the pkm was under ludei'aiiull ill U<>n.Tcsi it lla 1.1, Wedding Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. lleorge Wocd- ■ worth entertained a number of ! i lends at thur —D ranch last lei,in - f Sunday, in honor of tlio wedding vns a .nutTsanes of Mr and Mrs. die U oodwm tli and Mr. and Mrs. J. u;’- 1 ’ Lossl. 1 lie following partook m d wt I he most delicious dinner pre- 111 w p.uei! by the hostess and Miss jsrs and Mes- col ar,l W A. Ar- Mesdames Taylor and A Library Needed liat d lo i! I IV 1 m 1 five children were' born to them, fill of whom are living, three being The record for last month shows that Anna Jorgenson, Leiia and Phot.) by American Press Association. F the inilitfint suffragettes Ltd a chance to rnti'h King (Jeorge of lfinjdnnd and his (laughter, Princess Maty, out riding like this It ts very probable there would be a btg story fcn the papers, llut It Is uot llUely that they will get anywhere near the king, for he ts closely guarded wherever ha goes, even when out riding for exercise, as shown in the picture. He has been particularly well guarded since tile recent renewal of the suffragetle outbreaks. Princess Mary is especially foud of riding and often accompanies her royai lather on such canters. I JOLTS FROM JACKSON married, namely. Frank W. , Gladys France and John Miller and Mr, Myrtle Hayes of Salmon tardy nor absent. City, Ida.; Mrs. Edna Osburn of The highest monthly averages Dillon. Two little boys, Samuel were received by Anna Jorgenson, E., aged 14. and Earl W , aged 7 ^ 1 st Grade A Class, average do, are at home with a sorrowing mo-! J amts Montgomery, 2 nd Grade B ther. Sam Bell lived at Redrock. for some time, but during the past 15 years we have known him as the hospitable host of the Bell road house and it made no difference of the day or night the w e a jyBig Hole traveler -uwiglit arrive, le would always find attentidiv'tare for his team and a welcome to the fireside by Sara and his wife. Just about a year ago he purchased the Saltmer hotel in Jackson, which they continued to run in the same inviting manner to the public. Sam was one of those hard-working men who never knew when to quitf .. al­ ways ready to give a helping hand to the needy and distressed, tarn a favor to his neighbor and felt a pleasure in every deed preformed. The writer, who has been his per­ sonal friend for 25 years, has, like hundreds of others, the first utter­ ance to hear against him. The funeral sendees were held Sunday morning in the parlor of the hotel by the Rev. E. V. Os- \Tf&Bder and u itam ent was made- co the evening of the same day in the B a s r a h cemetery, where he vasiaadtetm t beside has sister, J ^ B c l L who d * d m the prime of IS ferns nga. The Classs, average 97. Clarence Pow­ ell, 2 nd Grade A Class, average 9;j; Frances Montgomery, 4th Grade B Class, average 94. The picnic planned for Arbor Day had to be postponed on ac­ count of the snowstorm. Clarenc France came in Monday and took his three children home, as he needed their help on the ranch. Mrs. Bell and Mrs Chris Chris­ tensen returned from Baimack yes­ terday Denton Oliver, buyer for J E. Morse, has been with us during the past week looking after the busi­ ness interests of the latter. Harry Melvin and George Tur- cott are fencing their homesteads on the foothills near Jackson Wanted - Someone looking’Mor the office of clerk of the seiiNpl j board. No examination or quali­ fications will be required. The sunny days are bringing out our baseball fans and they are lim­ bering up the unused sinew that ■has not been developed by the hay . . . fork. The Chinese. Conservative historians among the , Chinese ellim for their rare an an- The congenial smile of our mend tiqoity of at least 100,000 years, wbfte ;and exemplary stockman, j- E. a—little, Morse, . together with thr glad Gh.'i, Miller, Ilf tile Big link’ Commercial Ci • , m answer to a call Inui i Dr kvburrg ran hi, car up to J,s kson Thursday night lor the of mining Sain Bell to a Butte hospital Upon return, tlje hour being laU, and the ear slightly damaged, Mr 'Miller wait­ ed until the following morning, re­ paired I lie car and left. After entering a report t hat we 1 and billow “wild\ assert that the Chinese were the original inhabitants of the earth and that Chinese history goes back at least 500,000.000 years. The government rec­ ords of China place the foundation of the empire at 2300 B. C. and claim that It was established by Tetri. who, they assert is the Noah mentioned in the hook of Genesis, B C. 2240. THE CHANGING WORLD. W e aie eafarafljjr and justly sad <f m with a when we ihnJt of dw world as a fb e e «f «oeeaaa$ change, b # fhese is a point of view framw^kh itappeattto^e a natter of fbaak- T lii m M It a flace «f tod aaS igea«»as _ _ _ _ _ _ _ shake of the hand, has been appre­ ciated by our good citizens during the first of the week. What is the matter with the road viewers appointed to inspect the intended change in the road south of Jackson? This road is of vital importance ti|all, as it will greatly improve and shorten the main county road. Get a hustle on you! Wait until Frank Dantcr’s \new frog frost” retarns from Butte, j where it went to be reinforced with ! ten more yards «f speckled doth, ithedefid^acylieiBgcsettsedby the jtaio r h a tiig o n ly * ten foot i m ,*t the lir a e l messureeaeoL' 1 ithmkhe wiE | robtB y <«ifh Ms 'fr ^ ) p s y a » t B t t o Wisdwa. are all trying lo res the Puritan kv.v \Cleanliness i is next to Godliness.\ and that not one sub 11 ■ i could be lourul lor the ! pest linii-'.c, or other \ Mlatmns' against lm tribunal other than our bad Well a liter, Dr. kyburn, our count'. Health officer, returned to. Bannavk. i Win. iVridergast has v,nn the. honor of being the most successful house- mover in this section of the; country, having proved his dwell-, ing fr.aa the ranch to JaeTTion,' meet, the solid opiiositiou < ei s’ organ i,a it y iiy, Their ei was based on the theory llut parcel post, would prow ,ut nicnsc advaulayv to the leg order li 'twes. .\,wlhat, the delfvirs system is a t.u l, the wi.,c Bessie Douglas Me., country merchant is pnp.mig to dailies f \ ’ make the best ol it In mvisligiL- nut.ige, Mesdames Taylor ling his opportunity under the i.ev, , Anustroug, O. J Woodworth. 1 law tiie eountn ineivliant lmdS| ( the best goes piomue ot be­ ing not hah lud \Whatever the big mail ordi i 1 house may have hoped lor in tIn wav ol advantage undir the I rati , the Zone < \ sh in (iliah > a !ul riu;, j due an I adv a n : , | f I I lu f ie il i idatf i 1 nslead >i > 1 mg Imn il ie,d! • , ■uglil lo 1 v I ' ;ei to him 1 lie bargmii , 1 I lie u hole .Mill III IS dll I al ! I w ceil I he I 111 a! deli v el V ei nU ad poini . on tin otilly mg routes 1 la- i in al ruun s gel the h» al rate 1 hat i, l.o.say, a pai kage will be lakt ii lo any point on a ruial route loi tiif same rale (aid loi U k de.uery. ol pm kages within the town hunts dins local rate is j live cents fur the lust pound, and j (rite < eut a pound for the oilier ten An ek ven pound package at the late would be delivered lor Id cents When you locale the de­ livery ol the package at the lai nid of a eoiiiiirv route il oilers the best paeka,,( < 1 hivi ry bargain ol- triad in this country. U 1,,'t* the country luwn men hunt is getting ihii local bargain the big mail order house is paying a high rale that im reuses m proportion to the distance ot the house fmm its pa­ tron iheeoimlry men bant not only has an advngnge m the rate, but his natural adv.ullages m tune are materially augmented The rural Ulephoue i-, now the eorieotn- llant o| th\ rural route Wlu-re both are avaiiabh all that is requir- ed is a hide forcllioiieht m early ordering, ami good, nmv be debver- ed Irom town on the same (lay the ('filer is plioiied m \Appaii nth ad oil the part of t! eliatit is a little en mg th f'e id'i.s . i this direr' ]■rj > ad vl eal ftapi-rs would long su \\ <' ! a lie\ (> ev ery town should and Willsuppori a public library, and as a starter m tins direction we suggest to our people the feast- bt ity ol Mali an undeitakmg Well i el minds .suslam wholesome lows lrta' intelligence elevates l lu im iHi’i, u! a community ( mod books easy ol access rid the ftreetl ol m,tu\ louli ik With plenty ot Hitm sting books at hand long win­ ter evenings may be profitably speiil. and a good public library i oiuluned w ith good schools, well sustained, will do much towards eia heating many prominent evil* and mi ne ting many crooked and perverse ways Luelsior Club (I, o e il; hi ne( airy i erpnc in nt Tiled him. rinsing in llv ccm to i, Up-t i r.u.T in a small t ,'vvn ran get up just as attractive an ar]vt.rtis(?rnc'nt- prices and all • -as any of the c.'itabgue houses. Many of them Tnve Teen er almost im-nassable roads, a dis- ,, ; lif d g it regularly in this territory, tarjCe of 4 n.ues, and »a..ded and even without delivery advan- right side up in town, without' U;. (Si &.itl havc f,)URll iutJe uI. breaking a window or marring the ■ ty irj h,g(]ir^r }n paint. Mr. ^ I endergast left f^r < t;on with the far away mail order Dillon yesicioa} to pttrchaje <,fv' house. Advertising, of coarse, w2! upfMcs : >r tac , not ff)r rr;uel-i unless the mc-r- ! chant keeps in stock the kind of 1 lie Excelsior Club held one of its most interesting meetings last 8alunl.iv afternoon at the home of Mrs J I' 1, the vice president ol the club Die leaturc of the session was a paper on \ Modern Education” by Mrs C W. Francis, participated m by Miss Harriet Cornclie and Me d '.me*. 1) R. Stevenson and Frank Hu ,led Mrs Francis gave a short history of education up to the present tijne then followed Miss Gornelie on \The ivimlergar- ten and Montesson System,'' after which Mrs Francis resumed her paper, dealing the public schools of today --where they suc­ ceed and where they fad to fit the majority for life. A Jy^ni-.irous reading, \Maria Home fngriBoard- i .j mg School,\ was ac'vptablv ren- ijy,! tlerwi by Mrs. Stevens .m, after which Mrs Francis again resumed. An article on “The Ti tali of a Rur- 1 al Teacher, by Mrs. Frank IIrated, j dealing with the difficulties experi- i triced by teachers in obtaining ade­ quate supplus ftom, sj-mS, school boards, cjircluded the program. —ThaG-uh wjil be tclLrL,rUi1iI .. pa.. Saturday, May 24, by .Mrs. W. A. -led Armitage at Sum y S!« me T h t 0 latest Aliwtnae, The oldest Atmanae ta existence 1* probably tt“ \Afmxtuivh .VntfoaiU de !* Frac'-e.\ nhi h Crst appeared ia I'JS*! atd has t-e<-n issut-d fairly reralar!/ i ever s:i ft tw-san trirfj a nu^dest merit and other s moved structure. Our old and ecccmed friend and «oods his pat'or.i call for. With {o,rT.^ ht thc ,- 3 rr«.t issae rancher, Joe Krarrcr, has been goods suited to the needs of his z-ver i.oxr. Next in r>< snt of age craekm? jokes w-ith m seversl wrmnamty, the newspaper adver- '■ railks “AtmtnacE de Gotha.” erttfc — ------ ,— ----- ^— ___ _ ____ _ . . . . . ................... ..... , • ! • record srf 130 yews' eostiBa&es Reh- times chrriag the week SM TtVfe-trwrfir&t feis ■ |, _ _______ _ ___ _____ he frankly admits that the editor, wares. aa3 prices, the rural mail ek-! of T he B reezes stands first on the 1 livery to take his advertiseaent to , Bst of his many bosom frkuuds, j-et, his eostesoers, the tekpbosae to] he mourns that thr editor » not a , transirst the ordex and the jiaroels. decaacrat. and that, like C k a s ie y ! post to dsfiver it, who-esa say the 1 Lfegri.^he^etsto hsa.vm *s^j<x«d^S3erda^hrai*tacoElen-i the £<»5 and great, he is sure to he atioe that must be hard to heat?] let in act t i e smallest gate.” j With that e cohsom m c a las side! There’s more truth tie s p o e t iy jt h e c o m ^ f a m ia a i th a ttes tbej j&tltfL jocc—EcEtof. 'Wk of the cedars from 3» terri-^ THE GENERAL GOOD. We a*eto*efce»e Ae drtrened lit «*y, * a l « e are *» Sm b t e a i writ & s i M f f ; w S i i * maim te-. j i t

Big Hole Breezes (Jackson, Mont.), 16 May 1913, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.