Teton Chronicle (Choteau, Mont.) 1897-1901, February 22, 1901, Image 4

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ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Subscribe for the C hronicle . Read the new advertisement of Jos. Hirshberg & Co. on the first page. James B. Henneberry has returned to Dupuyer after au absence of two or three months. Thos. Hardwick, an old-time Mon­ tanan, is reported as dying at his home near Wagner, S. D. Mrs. Mary A. Mantle, the aged mother of ox-Senator Lee Mantle, died last week at Butte. Today is a legal holiday (Washing­ ton’s birthday) and the county offi­ cials aro taking a day’s vacation. Miss Mary Lynch, returned to Shelby last Sunday and resumed her school on the Marias Monday morn­ ing. ________________ J. Permau, wife and child, have beon under the doctor’s care this week, suffering with severe attacks of the grip. It is reported from Dupuyer that Perry Aspling, who has been confined to his bed with a severe attack of the grip, is slowly recovering. John A. Clayton has taken posses­ sion of the barber shop recently pur­ chased by him from H. C. Kunkel, at Dupuyer. We wish him success. It is reported from Helena that X. IC. Stout, who is now acting as one of the clerks in the state senate has pleuro-pneumonia, but is now rapidly recovering. A grand school entertainment and basket social will be given at the Du­ puyer school house on Saturday evening, March 2. The proceeds will be used for the benefit of a school library. Evorvbody is invited to be present. Percy De Wolfe and'wife are in town from the Marias this week. •. e _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Do not forget the Washington’s birthday dance at the town hall to­ night. Supper will be served at the Beaupro houso. C. W. Burton, of Helena, is at Du­ puyer for the purpose of organizing an A. O. U. W. lodge at that place if a sufficient number can be found to William A. O’Neal and Miss Kate Drinkwine, both residents of the. Burtcn bench, and well and favorably known in Teton county, were united in marriage the first of the week in Great Falls. T he C hronicle joins their numerous friends in the usual congratulations. We are now in the field to take measures for ladies’ tailor-made suits. Como in and select one. You will be sure to get a fit at the Choteau Mer­ cantile company’s. W. J. White, inspector of Cana­ dian immigration agencies, j states that the American settlers who went into the Canadian Northwest last year took with them cash and effects valued at six million dollars. Be­ tween lé,000 and 15,000 settlers from the United States crossed the border.\ Mrs. Arthur, of Browning, was last Saturday appointed executrix of the the estate of Henry Howard Arthur, deceased, by District Court Clerk Sterling McDonald. The estate con­ sists of money, mortgages and min­ ing stock to the value of $9,000, and Mrs. Arthur’s bonds were fixed at $18,000. The legatees named in the will are Mrs. Arthur and a son by a former marriage living in Brooklyn, N. Y. Mrs. Arthur is a sister of J. H. Sherburne, the trader at Brown­ ing. Owing.to ascarcity of coal the public schools \have been closed a couple of days this weffk. Pondera is to have a new saloon- s keeper. George Monroe will open up a place there about, the first of next month. Landlord Hodgskiss, of the Cho­ teau house, has placed a number of beds in the old Adlam & Thompson beer hall to provide accommodation for the expected influx during court w e e k . _________________^ Horse owners of northern Mon­ tana are preparing for another round- * * I up, to cover .the same territory as was worked a year ago. The actions of the several gangs of horse thieves which have been working in this county recently will probably make their work comparatively easy. The infant sou of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wall, of Bynum, died very suddenly last Saturday while on their way home from Choteau. The remains were brought here, for burial last} Monday. The bereaved parents have the sympathy of many friends in Teton county. A letter was received here the first of the week containing news of the death at Glendive, this state, of Mrs. John\ Hunter and baby, former residents of Dupuyer, sometihng over a month ago. Mrs. Hunter was a resident of Dupuyer for several years and was well known in that section of the county. ‘N ' There were yesterday filed for record conveyances by which, in con­ sideration of $81,000, J. B. Long & Co., Thomas E. Delaney, the Cham­ berlain Land and Sheep company and others transferred to the Box Elder Lire Stock company several thousand acres of laud, 15,200 sheep and other live stock, tools, provisions, etc.—Tribune. The report coming from England that Mrs. Maybrick has been par­ doned is roceivod with much joy by her friends in this country. Mrs. Maybrick was convicted of poison­ ing her husband in 1SS9, but the evi­ dence was very circumstantial, and the public mind has -always been in much doubt as to her guilt. Sevoral times her American friends have en­ deavored to have her released, but. without success. W. O. Dexter is getting very favor­ able reports from his Golden Eagle claim, near Gold Butte, in which he is interested with F. D. Kingsbury. The work upon it is in charge of Jas. and Charles Blevins, and assays show an average of nearly $15 in free mill­ ing gold, while samples have run as high as $250. A shaft has been suuk 20 feet and a tunnel driven 130 feet. The mine is tho original Gopher claim and has been located for over ten years.—River Press. Big Price for Sheep. Helena. Feb'. 19.—Milton Bennett, of Custer county, came to Helena with Colin Hunter, of Miles City, the well known stock grower, and while hero Mr. Hunter purchased from Willard Bennett 5,525 ewes to be de­ livered April 1, tho price being $18,- 000, or $5.15 a head. The ewes will be taken from Mr. Bennett’s ranch on the Little Missouri. Tho price paid is believed to be Iho highest paid in recent years for as largo a band of qf sheep in the state. ,* ■ * , _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Subscribe for T he C hronicle . THE MAN W H O IS ENGAGED ¿N BUSINESS W AN TS EVERYBODY TO K N OW IT. lie realizes that bis success de­ pends upon tho publicity that can bo given tho venture. OFFERS THE GREATEST ADVAN­ TAGES FOR PROFITABLE AD­ VERTISING IN TETON COUNTY. The Circulation of the Chronicle Equals, if not Exceeds, the Combined Circulation of Both the other Papers. CONSULT YOUR BEST INTERESTS AND GALL ON . . . THE CHRONICLE . BEFORE PLACING ORDERS FOR J ob P rinting . Prices Correct and Workmanship the Best. %** ' \s ¿’.Y' ^ » ■ - . - . . ■- i-x.’:' N-üí-v.. .!•» ■•V.cV ' J ,^ s Order Fixing Terms of Court. I.Ñ TH E DISTRICT COURT OF THE ELEV- enth Judicial District of the State of Montana, in and for the'Counties of Tetón and Flathead. .In th ó matter o f fixing the terms of \Court to be held in Teton .and Flathead counties for tho year Í90Í—Ordered. It is hereby ordered, in accordance with se tion 38 of tho Cddo of Civil Procedure of the state of Montana, that -during .t he year 1901 there bo hold four terms of court in each of tho connties'of tho Eleventh Judicial district of the state of Montana, and that said terms bo held as follows, to w i t : Teton'County—March 11, Juno 10th, Septem­ ber 9th, December 2d. Flathead County—March 25tU, Juno 24th, Scptombcr 23d, December lGth. Dated January 2, A, D. 1901. D. F. SMITH, Judge. Filed January 4th, 1901. S. Me D on a kd , Clock. A true Copy. Attest; S terling M c D onald , Clerk. A R N E T T & E A S T O N . Also own tho fol­ lowing brands: Right ribs. [On loft hip orthigb. ,, L '2 right _____ Í hip. K V left hip. . _ Either or both J f hips. W right hip - 1 ---------- ,L T left hip. All the iucrcaso brand­ ed -( j - on loft sido. Rango Muddy and Toton. PosotiTico, Choteau, Mont., and Dickinson, N. D ? ' .i-?-*\'' V - Desert Land,. Final Prbof. f ? » Notice for Publication.. United States Land Office, v' ? — • - ------ l.-J - ■ H elena , Mont., Jan. 10,1901 Notice is hereby given that £. ‘ J‘ P E T E R , H U G H E S , , of Shelby, Teton county, Montana,. lias filed' notice of intention to make proof on his desert-, land claim.No. 3,137, for\ tho neM swJi and soM swli, section 15, township 31 north; range 4,‘ west, boforo James M. .W ilcox, at Shelby,, Mont., on tho 7th day of March, 1901. 1 f Ho names tho following witnesses to prove tho complete irrigation and reclamation of said land: John Shinnick, Thomas Garland, Honry Sullivan and John F. Huglios, of Shelby, Mont.. G eorge D. G reene , Register. First pub. Jan. 25. d a t é e s W . F i r e e n j a i j , Attorney-at-Law, G reat F alls , M ont . O l a f C . F j e l d . Land, Reservoir and Ditch Sur- 1 veying a specialty. SH ELBY, - - M ONT. -¡“HE l y j ERCHAIMTS [—|O fEL, Opposite G. N. and G. F. & C. Depot. House is first class in every respect. f Rates: $1.50 and $2.00 per day. ^ Board by the week or month at reasonable rates. J. M. WILCOX, PROPRIETOR. SHELBY, MONTANA. H . F . G U T H , DEALER IN GENERAL HEECH4HDISE S H ELBY, M O N T ANA. t A Full Line of Supplies for Fall and Winter Trade Now In. Orepn City Woolen Mills Fine Clotliiii end Blankets. LOUISVILLE CORDUROY SUITS and PANTS. COTTON PANTS $1.50 to $2. W È Grocery Department Is complete aud is selected from the best brands, as RexlIJs! Hams and Bacon, and the choicest selection of canned | | | ; goods. Stock Salt $2.75 per barrel. Princess B e s F l o u r - . m g S j S S . O O C w t . gi ------------------------------ ¡9 Barbed Wire, Stoughton and Fish Bros. WagonsJ Mountain Hacks, Buggies and Spring Wagons. f | | i Agent for the Champion Moweis and Rakes. H I Oliver Chilled Stubble and Breaking Plows. A FULL LINE OF J itire. Ii COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF DRY GOODS AND GLOVES. || i m A Full Line of Foot, Schulze & Co.’s | FINE BOOTS, SHOES AND ROBBER GOODS. 1 Just Received. Everything of the Very Best Qialitrand Lowart Frices. j iZiXZi

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