Teton Chronicle (Choteau, Mont.) 1897-1901, March 01, 1901, Image 4

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.ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Subscribe for the C huo & iole . The average price of western steers in Chicago for 1900 was $4.35. Dan Stewart, foreman at the Cas­ cade Land company’s ranch, was in town Wednesday eyening. J. A. Sibert, representing the Great Falls Meat company, is in this vicini­ ty looking after beef cattle. Just received, a large stock of lace curtains at prices from 75c to $7.00. Call and soo them at the Choteau Mercantile company’s. .The board of ers will meet in Monday. We guarantee to give you for $2.50 the same kind of glasses that you pay $12.50 for to the traveling oeculist. City Drug Store.'. ■ , . • Ed Garrett is authority for the statement that the reason President Kruger wears rubbers- is “ to keep Do Wet from de feet.” Yesterday Mrs, W. W. Gamble filed on a 160-acro desert land claim, located on the Burton bench, before U. S. Commissioner Warnor. The Ladies Industrial society mot Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. P. I. Cole. The next meeting of the so­ ciety will bo held at the Methodist Episcopal church on the l^th inst. Whisky is gaining ground in Ger­ many. From July 1, 1899, to June 30, 1900, 411,489 gallons of bourbon and 137,578 gallons of rye whisky were imported there from the United States ‘ Public Administrator Dunlap filed his report in the James F. Reilly es­ tate yesterday. The preferred claims were paid in full, while the others were settled on a basis of 2 6 | ‘c on the dollar. Sterling McDonald, clerk of the district court, made a flying business trip to Great Falls and Fort Benton this week, returning to Choteau Wednesday eveuing. . During his absence Johu E. Webb filled the deputy’s position very acceptably to those having business in the clerk’s office. A couple of rolls of bedding lying in front of the postoffice became water logged during the late soft weather. Most of the town dogs re­ ported for time with no shifts lost. John E. Deliaas and Tobe Burke, returned from the Sun river hot springs on Saturday, where they had spent several weeks. Mr. Deliaas states that he has been greatly bene­ fited by the waters. The eleventh annual convocation of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite Masons of the consistory of eastern Moutanabegau at Livingston last Monday. Many prominent Ma­ sons from all over the state are in at­ tendance at this meeting. . The,Choteau Mercantile company has,a hew adv. on the second page. T he C hronicle wishes to secure the services of- one perpou in each .town in the r-ounty to act as corre­ spondent. . ; While scuffling with a friend last Monday evening, W. J. Dorrington had the misfortune to badly sprain his left leg. The Washington’s birthday exer­ cises at the public school, postponed from last Fridaj', will be held in Prof.Cole’s room this afternoon. Ernest Shultz, who has been em­ ployed in this section as a sheep- herder for some line past-, left here Tuesday oveuing for Wyoming, where he expects to locate. ,Frank Gaines and W. 11. Sims are down from Dupuyer. They aye taking down the pool table in the old Teton exchange building, anfr will take it back to Dupuyer with them. Mary had a little calf—it was so very lean that everywhere that Mary went it hardly could bo seen; but Mary got a pair of pads which she put within her hose, and now the calf is plaiuly seen wherever Mary Dr. Beaupro wishes to announce to the people of Teton county that after Monday, March.4. he will devote all his attention to the practico of his profession—dentistry. His office will be in the Penrod residence where ho will be pleased to have call those de­ siring work in his line. Subscribe for T ue C hronicle . THE MAN WHO IS ENGAGED IN BUSINESS WANTS EVERYBODY TO KNOW IT. He realizes that his success de­ pends upon tho publicity that can bn given tho venture. ! T H £ - W M ç t i R O w c L E i 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 Pacers. CONSULT YOUR BEST INTERESTS AND CALL ON TH E CH RO N iCL BEFORE PLACING ORDERS FOR u 1 3 X HINTING. r r i c e - •j 'rtct and Workman h,p the * I-A&i. Walter Mathews and uifo were over from Pondera the first of the week looking for a suitable residence iu which to live after they'huovwto the county seat. We liiiderstaiid Mr. Mathews has just about, closed’a deal for the purchase of John Jack- son’s proporty, south of the school house. A number of the friends of Mr. and Mrs. George Ad lam gathered at their home lasV Monday and spent the evening Miry pleasantly in nm- deriug vocal and instrumental music, plaving cards, etc, Mr. Adlam and his estimable wife are royal enter­ tainers, and those loitunate enough to be present voted the evening a complete success. After having spent about six weeks in tho third house at Helena, Judge M. D. Cooper returned to Miis home in Choteau Just Monday eveuing. Mr Cooper is ;i careful observer of the trend of affairs and gives it as ids opinion that the fusionisls in (he the legislasure will lie unable to get together and elect a short term sena­ tor at this session. The election of a republican, however, is among the possibilities, in his opinion. entli Juiliciat'jbiatrict of theStatoof.Montana, in and for,tho,Counties of Teton and Flathead. Ju the.inatter of fixing the terms of. Court to be held in Teton and Flathead:counties for the year 1901—Ordered. ' It is hereby ordered, in accordance .With so tion 38 o f the Code of Civil Procedure of the state o f Montann, that during I lie year liXIl there „bo lieldfour terms o f court in each of tho counties o f the Eleventh Judicial district of tho stato o f Montana, and that said terms bo hold as follows, to wit: Toton County—March 11, June 10th. Septem­ ber 9th, December 2d. Flathead .County—March 25th, Juno 24th, September 23d, December 16th.. Dated January 2, A, D. 1901. .... r D. F. SMITH. Judge. I- ded Januiiry 4th, 1901. S. Me D ov . a k d , Clc-k. A true copy: Attest; . . S tbulixo M c D onald , Cleric. ARNETT &. EASTON. Also own tho fol­ lowing brands : Right ribs. ¡On left hip o) thigh. L 2 right ___ hip. K V lert hip. Either or -both hips. W right hip All tho increase brnnd- ________ L T loft hip. od “ u~ on left side. Range Muddy and Tetou. Posotfllco, Chotoauf^lout., and Dickinson, N. D ' • • • United Staces'-Land'Offico. • =,H hlen .\; Mont., Jan. 10/4901.,) • Notice is hereby given'that - G J •- ' p e t e r h u g h e s , : y Y ; ; of Shelby, Toton’courtly,-Montana, has 'Tiled, notice o f intention to make proof on liis desert-'- land claim No, 3,l37.foV'the iioM swhf and seki ' sw;i, section 15, township' ;31' north', ra'ngo 4' west, before James M. Wilcox. *at ’ Shelby, - Mont., on tho 7tli (lay o f March, 1901, • . Ho names tho following witnesses to prove tho complete irrigation and reclamation o f said, land: John Shinnick, Thomas Garland,Jlonry Sullivan and John F. Hughes, o f Shelby j Mont. G eokge D. G reene ; Register. First pub. Jnn. 25. . „ __________ A* Jan>es W . Ffeetpai),, / . Attorncy-at-Law, ' ' N. G reat F a l l s . - - M ont . Olaf Ç. Fjeld. Land, Reservoir and Ditch Sur- i j * \>- veving a specialty. SHELBY, - - MOxNT. THE jj\i|ERCHANTS MOTEL, y c s a R M B « U i f f Q «iib— iB i u t w > u i ,■ H i r K f l K a w M a a c n M a p a H f j t m t — ------ r~i— w — — it~ Opposite G-. N. and G. F. & C.^Depot. 1' House is first class in every respect. Rates: $1.50 and $2.00 per day. Board by the week or month at reasonable (rates. J. M. W ILCOX, P r o p r i e t o r . SH E L B Y , M o n t a n a ! H . F . G H T H DEALER 1 ¡GENERAL 1 1 1 SHELBY, MONTANA. A Full Line of Supplies for Fall and Winter Trade Now In. M Orpa City Woolen fills Fine Clotliif at! IMets. ||j LOUISVILLE CORDUROY SUITS and PANTS. COTTON PANTS $1.50 to $2. - . - „ . S S i m » m r HI G rocery Department m ■ ' ! is s x i Pu'x M t y ' I h complete am! is splcpicd from the best, brands, ;ls Hams and Baron, and the choicest selection of r;mnedj§Sj goods. Stock Salt. $2.75 nor barrel, 'yl% i /^V^t The Great Northern railway map fails to disclose (lie fact that there is a town by the name of Ciioteao iu Teton county, and the Great Falls and Helena papors don’t seeu to know that there is such a county as Teton coutaiuiug a town by tho name of Cbotoau. Notwithstanding this apparent iguorenre on the part, of those who should bo well posted, (hose who wish to invest iu ranches for cattle, sheep or farming purposes will do well by writing to J.E. Webb, of this place, who is in shape to meet investors who mean business Not knowing that her brother, E l Wel.-Ji, had died hero in Choteau <>e Oytober 25, 1900, Mrs. S. J. Greer, <>! 9!>7 Bluff street, Pittsburg, Pa., w r b e - a very pathetic ‘ letter,'imploring him to I'orao back home and live with her It appears that. Mr. Welsh had h it hoino when his sister vias a lit lie giri. and had never writ„ei in his fiunim but in some manner they lea’nmd that In* ha • been ¡mug in this conn tv for several yt ars An old sw e e t ­ heart of E l ’s is stilt patiently wait­ ing for liis return^ but if their souls aro ever united it must no.v be in the great and unknown hereafter. Best Patent Hard Wheat nncess * 0 3 3 . 0 0 p e r O w t . Flour!® Y m y-m Agent for the Champion Moweis and Rakes. Oliver Chilled Stubble and Breaking Plows. P|§ m m m 0 : COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF ßöioi anti /STETS 1 HATS. m ebons kb slovsi . Gì . A Full Line of Foot, Schulze & Co.’s . * - FINE BOOTS,. SHOES AND ROBBER ROODS. .S L m ' J.ust Received. EverjtiiinE. of the Very- Best Qoslity soi Lowest Prices. B m a taaa a i aaziSBB a B S ^ B ’k •s® E s m y s m i W - m m ^ ÜÜ ? aie m s F S i & s w s ê s È k e i Ê

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