Big Hole Breezes (Jackson, Mont.) 1898-1915, August 08, 1913, Image 4

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M S mith C E M i B akun K av 1' hau (' E M iller y President , Vi.t ITtsidi-nl Sr, rtl.iiv Treasurer^ ^ REAL ESTATE, LOANS and INSURANCE ^ $ MONTANA FIRE, HAKIM >!<!), SVEA, AGRICULTURAL »& •:*> $ * jy. 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* i? $ $ $ $ $ ♦'ft ft ft ftftT' ft *!•> . 4 f One of Our Bargains £ T'f - _____ __ & \■ ■ “ ■ $ ty ulli ;it n > \< a !| ,ill mat Inner', , jij. cuts 7H(i im s i f luv , at a Far- ^ ^ pain if sul.I at Mice Jjj # ft, $ ft ft ft. ft ft ft ft ft ft $ ft- ft ft ft ft ft 4- 4f. l f o u . r P r o p e r t y W i t l i T J s # 4* W © G e t R e s u l t s # J Correspondence :: Solicited - i CROSSING THE RUBICON. L*3«nd of th# Vision That Guided Im­ perial Caesar. Caesur was yet lingering on the hitlier bank of the Rubicon when suddenly, at a point not far distant from himself, an apparition was descried in a sitting pc.-lure and holding ill its hand what seemed a flute. This phantom was of uinnui- >1 6ize, and of beauty mure I ban human, bo fur as its lineaments could he traced in the early dawn. What is singular, however, in the story is that llie others well as Caesar, both pnsiorn borers (who were present probably and some ■time that Ihi’ advance guard of a victorious armv was headed In an r.pparitmn, and we may conjecture that it will he the last.—He Quin­ ce)’. _____________ in the character of guides of the sentinels stationet puss of the river. These men fan­ cied, even, that a strain of music issued from the aerial (lute, and some, both of the shepherds and the Roman soldiers who were hold­ er than the rest, advanced toward the figure. Among this party it happened that there were a few Roman trum­ peters. From one of these the phantom, rising as they advanced Bearer, suddenly caught a trumpet, and, blowing through it a blast of superhuman strength, plunged into the Rubicon, passed to the other bank and disappeared m t: e dusky light of the dawn. Upon which Caesar exclaimed: *‘It is llm-hi-d, the die is cast! Let us follow vbitber the gttidrng portends from heaven and the malice of our ene­ my alike summon rw to gu.\ So saying, he crossed the river with impetuosity, and, in a sudden rapture of passionate ar.l vindic­ tive ambition, placed himself and Itis retinue upon the Italian .soil. Sar.clrh and Moccasins. With all our wonderful machin­ ery we produce shoes which are not so good fur <nir feet as the most primitive and -implcst of foot cov­ erings. tlm >.iinla 1, which is eon- sidered idea I hy those who appreci­ ate the IH’iititv of the human foot and wish to preserve it. The sandal aw it as \‘ns worn bv the ancient Egyptians and (.'reeks, and the “shoes” of the Bible were sandals. The same t\pe is still worn bv the peoples of On- Ralstoti '•ramhiiMnwMBg? Montana 16 I &1 £» G Q M & © & & Q & & & Q & B e Aiax Saloon I at the i Hal Asia, India, Japan and China, The Indian moccasin, which ex­ tends over the to# of the foot, hut has the sole and main part in one pieeo, is one of the best of foot coverings, soft, flexible and durable. Out of a combination of these two the sole without an tipper, and the upper without a sole, the modern shoe lias Sun. been evolved.—New York vjv vjy wJQ wjv »JJv vp <?Jv# ».£# JJw wjh> JJw wjw vjv vm J w]y JJy JJw JJw wjw JJv vjv vjv A. E. TONEY ^ (Formerly With T. B. Taylor) GENERAL BLAG^IlHiNS Old Lossl Blacksmith Shop Expert Horseshoeing $2 and S2.50 Wisdom Montana t&m fSfi *9* fjfa +$/* Mtp ijfm lA* *9* r9m *$* *9* *9* *9* FOX & . FLAGER, Proprietors BEST POOL & BILLIARD TABLES IN THE BASIN BUDWEISER BEER ■ OLD CROW WHISKY W i /Jy ff Liquors - Cigars [ C \ © B ® & ' 0 . 0 0 © U ©JO*© © O 'C © © ? M W M m r SOUTHERN MONTANA TELE. 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