The Bear Paw Mountaineer (Big Sandy, Mont.) 1911-1921, September 07, 1911, Image 3

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Watch Big Sandy grow. caller Wednesday - The Big Mine eight miles from town. We are now selling coal at $2.50 and $3.00 PER TON AT The Mine 1 or Limited Time only Terms Cash THE MACKTON COAL COMPANY Martin and wife. from Fort Belknap are isiting at Jett. Eng- Frank Bartos, of Helena arrit ed here Friday and is out at !MeNantarn's ; ranch. Miss Ethel wilson is in trout her . 4. .lry land farm to spend a few days in ••.,;'. the city. F. II. Peterson. the Judith stock man, was here Friday witlt bunch of cattle. 5 . Herbert Schwartz and the Misses S . Broderson were down front Ilavre for the dance. V. Shinn, the barber, took a trip • Ito Great Falls Monday, returning !Tuesday morning. Miss Donavan was in from the mountains to attend the dance. She T. returned Wednesday. Wm Holfsomer arrived home front Portland, where hi trent lat week with a train of cattle. If You int.-n(1 to build see 0 A 0 A A 1 A. B. Wade the ex • stage driver was looking around Hip. Sandy the later part of last week. i Mrs, Diek Carwford tut Warrick visited Big Sandy last Friday for the ' X first time in two years. 6 1: jack White returned front Fort Benton today. He was in Sandy ; looking after business. I Eastman Kodaks and supplier soli x & Marlow •x to YOU dirt\ by mail ' Ani\. \\ ' Drug Co., Havre, Mont. Herbert English returned to his home in the mountains NVeditesday after taking in the dance. Frank Neal, representing John Saxton Co. was interviewing the ranchers about their fall goods. The Broderson sisters ofDenniston Iowa, have been visiting at Paul Se!twartz's ranch fir the last week. Complete Your Shacks', Now is the time to complete your farm buildings. Our stock of Lumber and Building Material is first class and we are prepared to compete with any one. Our Prices Are Right Farm Machinery for You We have a full line of McCormick Binders, Rakes and Mowers \The Toggery\ Manhai art Shirts Altman's & Keiser's Neckwear Fown's Gloves Consigned Line of Ladies Ready -to -Wear First Class Men's Tailoring H. G. SULLIVAN Inn Br 11'6.1 Moultiuta McNamara Missoula Nursery Co. Missoula, Montana Ed. Barrett, the asiiiitant cashier at the bank, went to Illinois for a month's visit with ti yes and Everything in the Line of Trees friends. The P N Outfit loaded 800 hew: of cattle here last Friday morning All the stock shipped out this year do sure look fine. All mail orders filled the same Jay received—we solicit your mail order business. Anderson Drug I Co., Havre Mont. The division road' master of the Great Northern Railway wrs here I big Sandy, and Shrubbery John Truax, Agent, BIG SANDY MONTANA looking over the purposed spur of: the Maekton Coal C puny. Mrs. Godfrey's sister was in from the prairie this week. llokenson of Warrick came up to Sandy M lay. Francis G. Hilbig was in from time M. Marcus of Medford Wisconsin Mountains Saturday. DR. JOHN H. MILLER vt.terinary Surgeon, Montan. It ton hate any job work you want done leave it at the Mountaineer will be promptly and neatly done at fair and reasonabe prices. was around town selling dress goods to the ladies. Look over the ads in the Bear Paw, folks, when you want to spend your money. Harry Green will return from Great Falls soon where he went to enter the relay race during the fair The heavy rains ot the week have caused the postponement of the fair. The Lehfeldt family moved to .1sotin Washington last week, for , the winter. The children attend the schooLat that place (luring the winter. Mr. Lehfeldt will join them later in the fall. The wagon will start on the pig 1 round-up just as soon as the weather permits. All pigs, hog and sows ( LOCALS Don' forget to inspect our nnv Deere Hay Loader ---the best on the market. Look our stock over before buying. millallill=11111111111MININI John A. Madison and wife visited our little city Saturday. Prairie Items C. O. Kugelard has his fall wheat all in. John Hera, who has been at the coal mine, was out claim last week. • Mrs. Archie Temple attended the dance at the opera house in Big San- dy Monday evening. F. W. Keller hat. his 40 acres of flax cut and it is expected it will av- erage about 1.5 bushels. Dave Varlo moved his house this crop of working on his ' not taken up by Sundav w ill be roped week. He now has a good cellar A. Bipon of Chinook was here ; hog tied and &raged to the city under the house and a well near :Nat iirday. Billy Green was in :sat urtlay. pound. By order of the council.? from Warrick School opened Monday with the Card Of Thanks Misses Georgia and Imogene Allen' in charge. Their ability has been We wish to ti..fik all Hiram who IL E. Cowan was a Fort Benton demonstrated here before as they had attendedand us in giving e . ‘arge of the school the previous the dance and - per last Monda:. James A. Blan was down from , term. Big Sandy folks are very for- lavre Wednesday. winkle to have the little ones in Clyde Knott has been on the sick school under such capable t 'etchers ia since the (tau. e: as we ktve here. Blacksmith Let me do your work Get those plows sharpened ready for tall Horshoelng and General Blacksmithing G. HERZOG, Big Sandy evening. The Catholic Altar Soeiety.; Mts. H. I. Mud. Mrs. S. 0. 0•Mal- ky and \Its. Chri,. Jung, Committee- I The Pioneer Livery I he Best Place i - , Town. We Want Your Business and Will To to Please You. All Kinds of Teaming Done. ONCE A CUSTOMER MEANS ALWAYS A CUSTOMER\ R. S. Tingley, Proprietor

The Bear Paw Mountaineer (Big Sandy, Mont.), 07 Sept. 1911, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.