Big Hole Breezes (Jackson, Mont.) 1898-1915, June 27, 1913, Image 8

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BIG HOLE BREEZES Friday, June 27, 1913- )> V S U M H U > B V t t T n t l M f v I T G. A. W I L L I A M S Sitfsariptiotr f r i e c r $ - Yearly. Entered at the posiotlice at Wisdom a* second-class matter. OH Crow a t the Ajax. Budwetecr at the Ajax. Good rooms for rent. Apply to Mrs. A. M. Smith. Don’t forget to come in and get a bargain at Lossl's. Come for your spikes—$1.25 at Big Hole Commercial Co. For Rent—One furnished room. Apply to Mrs. J. C. Hill.—Adv You can get a nobby suit for the Fourth at Wisdom Merc. Co.—Adv PER THOUSAND FOR A-l Lumber. Oneal & Sons Suits to suit. Come in and let us show you. Wisdom Merc. Co ■—Adv. Harness supplies and extras of every description at Wisdom Har­ ness Store —Adv. Frank Russell hand made gloves are the best Wisdom Mercantile Co — Adv Mrs. J P Lossl left Saturday to make the acquaintance of her first grandson in DeerLodge. You don't have to buy 20,000 feet, nor 5,000 feet, of lumlier from Oneal to get a bargain Safic' 36-tf Bruce Risley and J C Hill drove over to Gibbonsville last Sunday Look out or you'll get soaked There is yet time to get yourself a water­ proof raincoat at Lossl's Geo Humphreys, of Ogden, Utah, a former school mate of Harve Paddock at the Logan College, is visiting here with the latter When in Butte stop at the Ex­ change House, 17 South Main St First class rooms by the day, week or month B en G elhaus , succes­ sor to Fitschen, Prop Men, Women, Youths and Chil­ dren ! Here is a bargain for you A large display of shoes of all styles and quality on sale at ridiculously low prices at Lossl’s. E, N . Jones has returned from Spokane, accompanied by his wife and daughters, who will spend the summer months on the Spokane Cattle Co’s ranch. Try Tom Barlan’s auto stage next time you make a trip to Div­ ide. His stand is in front of Fred Nelson’s office. Apply to him for further information —adv. tf. Miss Ethel Ahern of Anaconda, is completing the term of school in the Bowen district, which was commenced by her sister, Miss Catherine Ahern. Ray Lish, one of the pupils who was successful in the recent 8th grade examination, has gone to Deer Lodge, where he will enter the shops of the Milwaukee to learn the machinist trade. Did you ever h ear of a guaran­ teed h a lter? Well, we have them. A new h a lter far every one that breaks. Guaranteed for one year. Also guaranteed to b reak a horse of h a lter pulling. Wisdom Harness Store. The dance held last Saturday night b y th e local bacebaH chib was a successful affair, and everyone had a n enjoyable tim e . Excellent made was provided b y Miss janey Tovttf piano; a n d John Pendergast, viobn; H am Paddock cornet, and Hal Baown, trombone. GfaarieyBeSis dofa* so melt siew CM Crow a t the Ajax. , Get a suit from th e Quality Store.—Adv. Wool Sacks, 90c. a p a ir, a t Hole Commercial Co. You can get all kinds of lumber at reduced prices at the Rutledge & Wilke sawmill. Dr. H. F, Best, DENTIST, Dil­ lon, Mont. Office over Johnson & Boone’s Real Estate Office. Everybody's doing it. What? Buying their clothes of the Wis­ dom Merc. Co.—Adv. Iilma and Dorothy Stephens, of Bristol:, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herb Armitagc. Fly sheets, all ready to put on. 95c, per pair in dozen lots at Wis­ dom Harness Store.—Adv. F. A. Hazclbaker is here from Dillon, insuring everything from a haystack to a ca}use colt. First grade Manila rope and wire cable; complete stock of hay­ ing supplies at Big Hole Commer­ cial Co. Lyndon Hoadley this week took out a fine team of horses sold by C H Strowbridge to Sherman & Reed of Butte. Only a few pairs of our bargain shoes left Make use of the oppor­ tunity while there is time and buy at Lossl’s — Adv Chas E. Miller, manager for the Btg Hole Commercial Co , is enjoy­ ing a visit from his mother, whose home is in Ohio Mr and Mrs Fritz Wenger of the upper valley, are the proud parents of a fine 10 pound baby girl, born last Saturday Ranchers contemplating offering horses at the sale can get rope hal­ ters for 40 and 50 cents at Wisdom Harness Store —Adv Herb Armitage has moved his big gasoline tractor to the McCaf- fery ranch, where he has contract­ ed to plow a large tract of land We have the largest and most complete line of harness for the haying season ever seen in the ba­ sin Wisdom Harness Store, —ad v. S W Struble, of Hagerman, Ida , is here on a certain important business proposition, the details of which we are not yet ready to di­ vulge Before you buy your groceries come and let us make you some prices W edon’t take any back seat for our competitors J P Lossl Co.—Adv. Wm. Montgomery has a mare raising two colts, a rather unusual proceeding, seeing that one of them, besides not being her own, is a mule colt. The family seems to get along very harmoniously. Nurse Desmond has gone to Jackson to nurse Charley Lloyd, who is down with an attack of ty­ phoid. Mr. Lloyd's many friends through the basin wish him a rapid recovery. Our readers miss his well- written “Jolts”. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lawrence and two children, of Mansfield, Ohio, are here on a visit and wall probably remain all summer. They are at present the guests of Perle Simmons and family, Mrs. Law­ rence being a sister of Perle. D. F. W ampler, looking younger than ever, has returned from an extended vacation, spent m o stly in Maine and Indiana. He says he has sown all his wild oats and is ready to settle down again for 25 years. T. J . Desmond, who has been spending the past year in Butte, has returned to Wisdom, where he win remain for the summer. Mr. Desmond owns 320 acres of land, which h e win make y early proof o s before leaving. Mrs Chas Mcaffery has returned from a visit w rithe Geo Lawrence faanffy near Spoleaae. The lady's health has wonder M y improved T b t la m - JULY -4th - •A T - JACKSON £ Everybody is cordially invited | to help us celebrate the | NATION’S BIRTHDAY t Friday, July 4, 1913' I -PROGRAM- BASEBALL GAME AT 10 A.M. $ * * * & 4 & Horse Races Start at 2:30 p. m. ^ Free-For-All 500 Yds Entrance Fee $2 50 1st $55 2nd $15. ^ Saddle Horse ” ” ” ’’ $200 ” $20. \ $10 ^ L Pony Race ( 11 hands or under) I V) yds Entrance $1 00 1st ^ Prize $12 50. 2nd $7 50 ^ Consolation Race (winners of olher races barred) 500 Yds En- & trance Fee $1.50 First $15 00 2nd $10 00 ^ L Winner of Free-For-All barred out of Saddle Horse Race Nor less than 5 to start in ea> h race ^ 100 Yards Footrace Fuel $.5 00 500 Yards Footrace, 1st $10. ^ ^ Ladies’ 50 Yds Footrace First Prize • $5 00 ^ ^ Cuis (under l()) 50 Yds $.5 DO ^ Boys ..................... ’’ $5 (10 $g. ¥ B A L L I N T H E E V E N I N G ¥ ¥ 4 C j •jjk' •A* 'A* 'A' tSt'1 *4^ Job work at the B reezes Ask to see samples iffiet bo vs See those suits for men an at Wisdom Merc C o —Adv Services will be held in the Wis­ dom church Sunday evening at 8 o’clock by Rev Hulburd Rev J H McJunkin, of Missoula, is ex­ pected to be present Lyndon Hoadley was successful in passing the recent Sth Grade exam Miss Ross, the county supt, says his papers were the best that ever came from this section. Mrs J E Cowperthwaitc re­ turned Saturday from a visit to Butte. She was accompanied home by Mrs E J Rinckol of that city, who is the guest of the doctor and his wife The finishing touches to the big Trail Creek ditch are being rushed as rapidly as possible and Superin­ tendent Ray Shaw informs us that they expect to have the water run­ ning through it by the 15th of July You always like to wear a corset that fits nice and at the same time is comfortable. “Koval Worces­ ter,” the non-rustable corset, is the one that gives desired satisfaction. A large assortment arrived at Los- sl’s.—Adv. There was another ball game Sunday afternoon between the reg­ ulars and the merchants, the latter winning an uninteresting game. If the home team makes no better showing on the Fourth, Briston will grab an easy 150. They could have beaten the merchants had it not been for the umpire-, whose de­ cisions, they claim were rank. We think the same, but the less one says about that the better. Dr. Bimrose Here Hstrav Notice Dark bay mare in foal, weighs between 900 and 1,000 pounds, saddle mailed, branded with bar L on left shoulder and bar W on right shoulder Owner may have same by paying feed bill and cost, of advertisement. D. J. S teitji - ns , Bnston, Mont July 1 will soon be here and that's thedav ton'll have a real good time Take your girl out t and show her a good time Do you know how to im­ prove your looks' Just come in to Lossl's and buy a suit of clothes, a necktie, shirt, pair of shoes and a hat That will fix you up in fine shape — Adv Ladies! ctftbe Bowes ffistriet,ftal M » d » t im t o d k C o s W w m Dr. F. H. Bimros v the Dillon dentist, arrived in Wisdom today and will remain as long as his ser­ vices a re needed. Anyone wishing w o rt done will please notify him as soon as possible. His office is with D r. Cow p erthrarte.—Adv. i - - - ■ * ’ - Thore«gfcbreds For Sale 18 thrc*0&red staffions. S&ires, Berdbenns sad Belgians; from yearfingsnp; s o m e weigh a U r n . These animals wiS be sold s i FOR SALE! 120 head of 5-year-old steers 250 ” ” 2 ................... Cattle can be seen at Ter­ ence Flynn ranch, south of Dillon. Write or call on T erence F lynn or E merice B ros . We want the name of every young man who is ambitious to BE A LAWYER and w e w a n t to hear from e v ­ ery business man who w is h e s Out he knew BUSINESS LAW. W rit. (01to, n l M u M J l l bow w , h , „ aiada Iwwyer* Wjt ol hundred, of pouaf Burn ) „ t lilt, you, a a . *a«lpp«. ;iuinMu mea with B lagal traiabar Ibu, ba> baaa , ! Immaea. baaolH (s tfeea. Tbt, M o o t, luBBdud M paaiu Bfa, has rraduatrs wfco kmpaaMd bar naailaaHsaa la Boar, Mala la autS.S. Cou— aadoiardb,Baatb,Bar,«adBmlo-aana. teara about (I) gar Complete Celleja Uw eoarm which dt« lor p raettee, and ti) our Complete, Practice!, Budorm La tv Courae fur Buduea, Men. Plod out about flw tow on* tad m bow ooaflp j o a ea a obtaia a thorough knowbdgo of the law while • t. i.S hr « m* sruen . i c a o e i o f law BIG HOLE BREEZES :«? ONLY $2.50 t e W V _ T . . . . D O E S F O O D K, a That feeling of discomfort in your stomach that is so distressing is the forerunner of more serious trouble unless you take immediate steps to strengthen your digestive organs. A few doses of REXALL DYSPEPSIA TABLETS will overcome the difficulty promptly. They cure all forms of indigestion, dys­ pepsia, etc. The cause of the trouble is ^ that food lies in your stomach and fer­ ments instead of going throug the ordinary process of digettion. You will notice a benefit from the start. We guarantee this remedy. Price 50c. and $1.00. Fuller Drug Co.*A [j WISDOM - MONTANA ‘ Let Us Supply Your Leather Goods WANTS F o r T h e ft m » ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft S ft Wisdom Harness Store Let Me Figure With You — o i s r Y O U R — Spring and Haying Orders For G T t O C E ' R I E S Agent George Meldrum & Co. Wholesale Grocers, Chicago. FRED NELSON Fire Insurance and Real Estate-Agent for Logan Knitting Factory, Logan, Utah. Of­ fice-First Door north of Wisdom Hotel WISDOM :: MONTANA TheY MILLER Hotel ( F o r m e r l y M o u n t a i n H o m e ) — O p p o s i t e D e p o t — W e s ix t J . and H eilman A. M il ie x , P rops. G o o d . M e a l s - l s T i o e C l e a n R o o m s £ Livery S table In C o n n e c tion^ D I V I D E — M O N T ________________ ___ ____ ______________ 1 • a f r a f r * * * * . • . r , P a a- . • I M P '

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