Big Hole Breezes (Jackson, Mont.) 1898-1915, June 06, 1913, Image 1

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layffirt Circulation Beat Advertising Medium 8 i ( i H o l e B r e e z e s . — BrthHshed In The MetropnlU Of The In The Valley Bif HoUBuln . Volume 1 5 , WISDOM, MONTANA, ffW A Y , J U X E 6 W 3 * Number 2 6 J O L T S F R O M JACKSON I Terns From U p The Valley Seat la By Our Special Correspondent Miss Edith Green, sister of Mrs. H. P. Boyer, will visit at the home of the latter during the coming summer. Miss Edith comes well remembered by a host of friends, made during a visit of the past year, and will receive a hearty wel­ come. A brighter smile than usual adorns the countenance of Mana­ ger \Ikey” Boyer, as he has found that he has someone that is as fond as he and enjoys taking care of “ dat leetle poy.\ Our hustling road supervisor, Jake Neidt, has been doing consid­ erable permanent and effective work on the road near Jackson This work is thoroughly inspected three tunes each week by Highway Promoter and Good Roads Inspec­ tor A. T Barry, and woe to the man that hauls his grave wrong place. The editor of this paper saw In­ spector Barry m Butte last week « * * * v ' <1.* * ” ■■ ■' . A ' '* d 1 ' & * V; * J m s * E r a s r (1 , ■ > k / M HORSE SALE IN DILLON Late Spring Sale to be Held at the County Seat Start­ ing June 9th , - J ... AN j PAUGH11 jjJ IK At SIP W ~ KW: News Snapshots Of the Week About 200 coast artillerymen left Fort Slocum, N. V., for Honolulu, m S;.o Frnm-lsoo. um part of the movement to Increase the Pacific gurrlsons. FssnU 1‘nslia, who proclaimed himself KInrc of -Vi'ii-i.ti (oliou mg (lie surrcmlcr of Scutari was assassl bated, Princess Victoria Louise, only dnugliter of the emperor of i,cnu;my, was tname.l In llorlin l» I'rincc F.rnst August of Cumberland n/Yw King George, the czar and other Kuropean notables had .-iniii-i! P Sanders Walker. Jr, the Macon (Gu i banker, died after a week’s fight against sure death from poisoning. Miss Doloritu o'Curuinn. dauelder of t nit col siatei. Senator O'liorman of New York, married John A. Maher. Mrs. Frederic Schoff of I’ldhulelphia presided at the annual meeting ol' the National Mothers' t ungiess at I’.osUm and urged a un­ ion wide campaign for the establishment of probatiou commUsiona. ^ B ^ c ’X .r .p o P U L A R T A L K S in the 1ast * t'vemnffi anf* as a newsagent he j is a “ humdinger ” He never fails ! to make a sale and get the monev, and if you can dodge him you ran beat mo and the mad pace ho was traveling over the rough spots and high plae- j Andv Johnson has been employ­ es didn't seem to bother him at all ln ’ 'u' blacksmith shop by John , 1 Marriott Andv is one of the best H V McCormick, a western mining promoter, has secured a (»(>- day option on several promising gold quartz claims in the Miner Creek district, from local parties that have been operating in that locality for several years. Mr McCormick was in Jackson during the early part of May, negotiating (or the properties, and then went to Butte, returning last week to eoftiple te the deal He is very much inclined to secrecy at the prelent time, but admits that New |Th? Profcssor 1S a ,earned man and ON THE L A W The Law of Growing Crops mechanics m the state, having learned the trade in its cverv branch With the efficient wor of Mr Marriott this will insure tin- many patrons the very best work that is possible to be obtained in a small shop The lecture delivered by I'rof Dean of Wisdom, on Saturday night., was very well attended and the dance given after the lecture was continued until a late hour. York capitalists, whom he repres- dasslc scholar' and whlle his scho1' ents, are going to operate the prop-!astir discourso was more than aP” erty and that within 90 days active ! Prmated the few' the maJonty work in preparing the property for f()Und hls rcmarks on evo,utlnn ol [Bv Waltet K Towers, A H , J D. of I he Michigan bar | John Skinner planted a row of k | apple trees on his own land, some 'sufeel from the boundary line. The trees flourished and eventually the branches extended over Neigh­ bor Wilder's property and the roots, being no respecters of legal titles, pushed across under Wilder's soil In a fall of big fruit crops the sight of so much fine fruit hanging' above his property aroused Wilder, He bethought himself of the prin­ ciple of law that a man's property extends indefinitely upward and indefinitely downward, got his lad­ der, and leaning it against the purchaser under the mortgage vd< So, too, one who recovers land In ejectment secure s all the grow mg crops attached to the land. in view of the law tin y are pai l ol H and so pass to tin successlul claim- ant of title When you lease land have an i u to the title of vout landlonl, m you may lose yom crop while n n still growing. You secure no bet­ ter right* than the man from whom tybu leaSB and if there is a mortgage due and he does not pav it the land may be sold and tI k growing crops pass to the purchaser So, too, tin- landlord might not have good tille and a successlul claimant in (|cit- liornc m mind that the- former class, I nicies not moles, become personal proper! v as soon as they arc- dc- l.u lied lnun 1 In rcah \ by rutting i a ban esl mg 1ml.lcmetils, . tin annual, eulti- vat.ed i i ops lieing legarded as per- s, nal piopeily tor purposes ot sale, niai la lianslerred by oral sale as Post. p*g* Chos. A. Smith, better known as ‘ H.>:se” Smith, the best booster Beaverhead county ever had, was in Wisdom this week endeavoring to induce a big delegation of our ranchers to attend his horse sale ia Dillon, commencing next Monday, and putting in a good word on tha .side for the Butte Daily which i* now running a daily of Dillon news. Mr Smith was disappointed at not finding any announcements of hts sale in this neck of the woods, and desire s to state in the columns of T he tiREKZKs that our ranchers are cordially invited to both buy and sell at the coming sale. Hs assures them that the treatment mcnt accorded them will be first* clash m every respect. Buyers from all over the Northwest will be in attendance and he believes this sale will be the best ever held un­ der his management A number of government buyers, in search of cavalry and artillery horses, are ex* pei ted to be present Uur repo’ tei had quite a long tin v m tin (lekIs, while a yjk with Mr Smith, who has al will mg i.i generals required in tin turn-,lu ol 1 m etis nalutnlvs l,m bli on nti bring icallv may hi- lev mining will commence The Bell hotel has again ( hang­ man, the physical basis of mind morals, class struggles, etc., some- | what too deep, especially when ed hands, M I) Jardine and How- j their best girls were waiting ard Boyer having purchased the entire establishment. The business it now conducted under the name of the new proprietors. As both of them have a host of friends and are business men of sterling qual­ ity. there should be no reason why they should not prosper in the new enterprise. The Jackson-Dillon daily stage it making the through trip regular­ ly and arrives in Jackson each night heavily loaded with passen­ gers and freight. They evidently have learned that a daily stage can get the business over a tri-weekly. “Ikey” Boyer says that every­ thing is running smoothly at the hotel. Just wait, “ Ikey,” until the cook goes on the warpath and throws the stove lids through the window and you have to sit on the I smoke hole until Mose finds the fids. Myrl Enderly should be entitled to a Carnegie medal for donning the first straw hat of the season, if he brought all this good sunshine. Miss Edith Green, sister to Mrs. H- F- Boyer, has accepted a posi­ tion in the J, P. Lossl store as to dance 1 did intend to boost a little for the Park-to-Park road, but txung a man of very few words, I will cease boosting until next issue. Montana Company Flourishing The Montana Livestock & Casu­ alty C-o , one of the Treasure State's native concerns, is doing a flourish­ ing business, according to District Manager, who was here from Dil­ lon this week. The company is re­ ceiving many applications from stockmen all over the state, and its attractive contract for protec­ tion against fire and lightning is in especial demand. The many stockholders of the company residing in the Big Hole aasin will be pleased to hear of the company’s success. Stockyards at Divide The following Helena dispatch to the Butte Miner will be welcomed by those of our ranchers who want to see stockyards placed in at Div­ ide: Within 60 days after Geoffrey branches above his own property, mcnt would also oust you pu ked the fruit that dangled | Langdon Cummings owned fort v may bt u d iiii ai sui h ll harvested be- Kin a moil gage sale is nmsummat- ul ilu-v an not tiun.slrrred with the pmpi'i u under mortgage sale (file vvliii uronglullv ui earelcss- lv damages the growing crop of an­ other is legally liable to make good the loss m damages, The owner of the growing cm;) may always vin­ dicate lin right that it be not in­ jured- If the crop be totally de­ stroyed the damages arc the value of (I k - crop at the (line and place it w as destroyed i stmiati d ui oi ways something of interest to im* pait to lus listener (The word hslener is correct, for Smith al­ ways docs all the talking, except* mg, he says, “ when Bob Jone* i* around ” ) He recently returned troin Seattle, where fie sold a car­ load of horses that caused tha horseman out there to sit up and take notice There were 18 ani­ mals in the bunch, and there was'nt a horse dealer or contractor in the big (-oast city vho saw the animal* but declared them to be the best shipment ev er brought into Seattle. Smith is conlmuily insisting that ‘arlial damage is j we should raise a better class of the same basis j horses m Beaverhead county. “Let there. He kept entirely on and over his own land m harvesting the fruit. Skinner sued Wilder for unlaw- acres on tin- River Road Tin land was heavily ninrigm c 1 and Cum­ mings Was troubled with a load ol otlur debts Saulson, a large, im bookkeeper and general accountant j Laved donates the land for the for the postoffice and telephone de-1site’ ^ he has agreed to do, the One erf o t F v o u n g ! Short Line mast build crops &omng thereon, being a part * '“ i ■ - - • • of the -leaky, will pass under the deed to the sew purchaser, unless fully taking his apples and recover- secured creditor, sei mvd a nidg­ ed damages The court ruled that; ment against ('unimings and sought though the apples dangled over Wilder’s land they grew on a tree the main trunk of which was ex- all of the fruit on it Skinner’s prop­ erty. It was Wilder's right to keep limbs from extending; over his property by cutting them off, but he had no right to take any of Skinner’s property because it ex­ tended past his line. In cases where trees are planted on the boundary or so close that the main limbs extend directly into the other parcel of land, the gener­ al rule is that the owners of the ad­ joining lands are proprietors of the tree as tenants in common and so must share its produce. If either should injure Jjie tree the other may. have his remedy against him Generally speaking, whatever is attached to the earth is real prop­ erty and so remains as long as it is so attached. This applies to grains and passes as well as to the fruit upon trees and bushes. This should al ways be kept in mind in selling cultivated lands of any kind. Al 1 he owner o| die crop mev not I the grade horses go and go after take as the measure of damages j the blooded animals It costs just vvliat lie cxpir'ed to get lor the j as much to raise javs as good hort* crop when it was all ripe and liar- es, so why not raise the latter.’’ vested 1 In law docsn t encourage | He practices what he preaches and counting oin. s chickens before they j that reminds us of a pretty good to enforce it by lew ('ummmgs a,v haU!ud NV'Uu'r ina-v the | story on hint Two horsemen were wrongdoer escape by paying mere-, driving along a road, when they l\ tin eosi i xpended upon the crop . nutieed a fine bunch of horse* to the time of injury 1 he cvi-1 grazing m a field- \Whose ar* deuce ol lhost laimhar with crops 1 theyinquired the first speaker, and conditions is sei ured and the: “ They belong to \Horse” Smith,'* damage based on the value of the ; replied his companion Soon they i rop at tin lime and place it was; spotted a still finer bunch farther mjvred how much the owner along the road and in answer to could have sold i the time. Many dispute landlord and l< nuni about crops j mals was admired, and finally they If a !< mint pav-; a cash rent for j came across the finest bunches of the land upon which he grows his!horses they had ever seen. \Whos* crops and plant.-; only crops which! are they ' Do they belong to Smith, mature before the term ends—no too.' “ No, they belong to J. E. difficulty occurs. The tenant owns Morse.\ “J. E. Morsel Well, I’ll •the crop produced. But if a ten-: be darned! Say! how in h— did had a fine p; itch of 1la, ' 11< > Tries and another ot uheat Bo; i the c-r- rics and tin wheat were lev led ll|i- on. The In v upon Un­ berni-s v\ a - defeated, lli it upon (I k wheat al- lowed. TI k reason v. a that lie levy was eifi dive only iganr-.t XT- sonally and fie court n girded !iei - rics as real t \ but wheat as pel rif »! i • alty, and tL i- though both V . a rt- still attache to the Soil Though a! lirope are realf v H-* long as they remain ph - . Ml ,111} •t. i lached to th ■ land for e rt ai it Hi! - poses, a.s poi ■ ted out a >oVe, t ]i‘rr are other po-.els of view lrota vv :i- h certain crops an- regarded as ifr- sonalty and r h rs as realty. Fh k important di-•met ion is the O -e the for a.s it load at the same query came the reply, “ They also belong to Smith.''’ arm between ' Still another bunch of Smith’s ani- law draws between what it refers to as fructes naturales and fruetc-s in- partments. term, he is generally riot entitled Wisdom Wilt Celebrate rtneherc said: “ Her bright j stockyards at Divide with a capac- v S f t t k e a large - account much <*3.000head,aecordh* to an to pay.’ order erf the railroad commissioE. Heretofore much of the stock has I preenised not to mestK* the driven to Anaconda and ship- vest any rawre, so I frogB there. Testimony taken - say anythiBg about i t ,: fcgt, My, r « * “ daisy” Sey%wKer aaadlatlie^ipem in tbe fart erf the week with the Sbe’sabeaatr sod at the hearing was to the effect that ICMW0 head of cattle are fed in it* 1% Bdte basin, wldda rtseH: he shipped the coaspany^s fine and that the average reveeaie fart je n to the n&rad was dustriales; and it matters not to Mo return after the end of his term the faw that the fruit grower feels and claim the crop, though a few A meeting to make arrangement* that his arc rather the products of states have a different rule. Gen- J for a fourth of July celebration in industry than of nature. But the orally if the term is uncertain as to j Wisdom will be held in Ellis hall, law provides a different classifies-• time the tenant cannot know that! Sunday afternoon at 2dJ0. Ar* tk® for those crops which are pro- any crop will ripen before the term! rangements will also be made at daced annually year after yt-ar • ntay be terminated and he is allow- ! this meeting to re-organize the from the same root, as the fruits of vd to secure all crops which have. jbasebaH.dab. Let’s all attend and trees, vines and bushes and grasses ! x-en planted, returning to care for j give Wisdom the biggest *od best Crops, on the other hand, that rc- them after the term shall have | celebration in her history. salt from an-nttal planting, fertiiiz- been unexpectedly ended. Toe j.......................................... . ..... - jug and cultivation, are regarded as statutes of some states give to the ! the case of a sensed cropper who different. The former are frocks landlord a Hen on the crop; of his simply comes upon the acreage to crops may be reserved orally, but | nataraks arid are viewed as real teJant fur the rent due. ! cultivate it, not living upon the rt is always best, and usually a!.«o-! property at all times. The latter' l hie who occupies and farms the premises or occupying them, the lately accessary, that the reserva- 1*^ fmexes indoUnities, or eroble- 1 farm of another upcai the shares crops are at all times the property tioBheswrteeaeiMiMaitlie wWt realty so that {becomes his tenant arid the crops oi the kaUcrd and the cropper haa veysmee. Oops that are unbar- |they pass with the land when title 'produced are their common prop-. t>o transferable interest in thaeai verted rt the tame el a mortgage jte tn?**#.*** ^ t w are viewed as'erty- if no fixed time has been s « - 13 the faaJord's drtms hrte safe, bong stffl attached to the, pessooS. property in regard to mat- 'for <$vi£n; the shares dintioo is ' satisfied iCopyrij&i, IM3, h f b«d,are rertty and pass to ^ ' t m of safe, levy, etc. It is to be j&s* when tL: crop is harvested la Walter K.. Towers) they are specifically reserved, ln some jurisdictions certain azmao!

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