The Montanian and Chronicle (Choteau, Mont.) 1901-1903, August 08, 1902, Image 1

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The Montanian, Vol. XIII, No 14. ÍWitDTÍcaHkrclety Montana? -\ * P = CHOTEAU, TETON COUNTY, MONTANA. AUGUST 8, 1902. Teton Chronicle, V o 1 a VI/;N o ; i'vY> J. E. ERICKSON, Attorney-at-Law, Notary Public, CHOTEAU, - MONTANA. G. BAIR, Attorney-at- Law, CHOTEAU, MONTANA. JAMES SULGROVE, Attorney and Cmseto at Lai, Notary Public. Court Houao. CHOTEAU, MONTANA. T. BROOKS, Physician & Surgeon. Successor to Wamsloy & Brooks. OiPco Next to Court Houso. F. A. LONG, Physician and Surgeon Office in Jackson Building. Next to Telephone Office. OJIOTEAU, - - MONTANA. ^ C.W A R N E R , U. S. Commissioner, CHOTEAU, MONT. Land filings and proofs. y^ALTER MATHEWS, U. S. COMMISSIONER, COUNTY SURVEYOR, Telephone No. 27. CHOTEAU, MONTANA. Oiaf C. FjelcL Land, Reservoir and Ditch Sur­ veying a specialty. SH E L B Y . - - MONT. Dr. EARLE STRAIN, OCDLIST and AURIST, 317 First Avenue North, GREAT FALLS, MONT. Office Hours: 1p .m . to 4 p.m. J. W . SHIELDS, 0. E. Land Locations. Reservoir Sites.- Canal and ditch surveying. Full Listof Vacant School Lands OFFICE, CHOTEAU, MONT. CHEVALIER LODGE NO. 12, __ K . o f 3?. Meet« Every Thursday Evening. Visiting Brotliron Cordially Invltod to Attend. L eonard J. L owxds , C. C. D b . T. B rooks , K. of B & S. Choteau Laundry Best Work in the State on White Stirts and Collars. Prices Reasonable. J. n. Perman,Agt C. P. Crane, Manager. Telephone 12. Choteau, Mont. H. BEAUPRE, d e n t i s t Teeth Extracted With­ out Pain. AH work Guaranteed. CHOTEAU. MONTANA. GET YOUR EXPRESS Via Choteau & Great F a lls Stage. Daily, except Sunday. Rates reasonable. Passenger fare $3.50. T h o s . A. S m ith , Agent. DR. J. B. MCCOLLUM G reat F alls , * Expert Ontician and Eyo Specialist. Grad- cats of tho Chicago Opthalmfc College* Twenty-throo yGars erperioDCO in rofrac- tion. _ _, OOlco at Residence, 509 Second, Avenue* South, . . . M ontana GRAVES & CO., OHOTEAU, MONT. AGENTS FOR “QUEEN MAM” CIGARS, The Beat in the World. T H E COLLINS, MONT. Has come to stay and with ft comes the lowest prices that Teton county has evor had. Having the advantages of a railroad point, we give to our customers the- ad­ vantage of lo»v prices thus derived from it. Oar Grocery Line is Complete. A good assortment of Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes and Hardware with other and more lines to be added thereto when we move into our new building. Highest prices paid lor Eggs, Poultry and Potatoes. Come and i see us and we will please you. THE HOTEL ITORTON DUPUYER. HONT. Rc-<>paic-l Undci .Yen' Man­ agement. The only First-Class Hotel in Dupuyer. Board by the Day or Week at Reasonable Rates. m m tu# tó iti iti iti iti ffi tú# iti iti iti § iti Uè I Ï « ® OT Si W . D. HAGEN, Prop. o lle r M i r C P ' <** — -^èpüfy-y— G r e a t F a l l s M o n t . Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Builders Hardware, j§) Building P a p e r , Mouldings, Sash, Doors, Etc. <§0^ Write for Special Prices on Carloads F. O. B your nearest Railroad Station. GEO. R. WOOD, . Manager. Telephone 70. 200 Fifth Ave. S BEN. FEIST, --------- :OF: --------- COLLINS, MONTANA, Handle The BEST BRANDS Of =HWINES, LIQUORS A n d # = =^CIGARS. This Firm Also Rims A ~:FEED STABLE:- At Oollins With A Good Man In Charge, And Anyone De­ siring To Leave A Team W ith them Can do so Know­ ing That They W ill Be Given The Best Of Care. THE CASCADE BANK o f G reat F a lls, M o n t. (Incorporated tinder the laws o f Montane April 5,1 Capital - - $7 5 ,00 0 . Surplus - - - 15,000. S. E. Atkinson President, Jacob Switzer Vice-President. F. P. Atkinson Cashier, W. W. Miller Asslstan Cashier. directors : S. E. Atkinson. F. P. Atkinson, Potar LarBon John J . Ellis, Jacob Switzer, W. W. Miller A Honorai banking business transacted. In­ terest sllowod on time deposita. M. E. Conference Ended. The tenth annual conference of tho North Montana mission of the Motho- dist Episcopal church camo to an end late last evening, after Bishop Merrill 4 had announced the following appoint­ ments of pastors for the ensuing year: Augusta—To be supplied by Rev. W. D. Luther, who has had tho Culbertson charge for the past year. Beayer Creek and Gilt Edge—Rev. A. B. Sheldon, re-appointed. Belt—Rev. Allen Rodger, re ap­ pointed. Cascade—Rev. F. P. Leckliter re­ appointed. Chinook and Bear Paw Mountain - Rev. Joel Vigus, re-appointed. Choteau and Burton—Rev. F. L . Buzzell, re-appointed. Culbertson—To be supplied. Fort Benton and Highwood—Rev. C. E. Cunningham, re-appointed. Glasgow and Hinsdale—Rev. P. W. Haynes and Rev. Milton Chester, both re-appointed. - Great Falls—J. R. Smith, re-ap­ pointed. Havre and Box Elder—Rev. L . R. Kufus, re-appointed Lewistown and Kendall—W. A. Winters, re appointed. Little Rooky Mountains—No an­ nouncement. Malta—Rev. James Opie, who has had the Augusta charge for tho past year. Neihart, Monarch and Bothel—Rev. S. J. Hocking, re-appointed for his seventh successive j'ear. Sand Coulee, Stocketj and Rod Butte—Rev. George Logan, ro-ap- pointed. Shelby and Sweet Grass Hills— Rev. A. W. Hammer, who has had the Dupuyer charge and has also served Sbelby, the Sweet Grass Hills, Pondera, Bynum and Raymond. Swift Current and St. Mary’s Lake —No announcement. Ubat, Gnmeill and Musselshell— No announcement. Utica—Rev. W. B. Young, who has had the Garneill charge, also serving Harlowton. West Great Falls and Sun River— Rev. J.H . Little, re-appointed. W olf Creek and Craig—No an­ nouncement. Superintendent of Epworth Piegan Indian mission—Rev.F. A. Riggin. Rev. C. E. Hayes, who has had the Malta charge, was excused for one year, to attend school. Unless tho Montana conference session should result in other arrange­ ments, Rev. W. W. Van Orsdel will be continued as superintendent of the mission—and “ bishop of north­ ern Montana.” Next year’s conference will be held at Fort Benton, that place having beaten Belt in the voting The Telephone In Surgery. In several London hospitals sur­ geons are now using the telephone whenever they have occasion to probo for bullets or other metallic objects. The receiver of the telephone is placed on tho head of the operator, and tho patient is placed, in the usual manner in contact with a plate, the general medium employed being a wet sponge or some paper saturated with a saline solution, which is spread over the plate. The latter is connected with tho telephone by a wire and the probe after it has been introduced into the body, naturally vibrates as soon as tho foreign metallic substance comes in contact with it. The probe is also connected with the telephone by a wire, and thus no such blunder is possible, aB sometimes happens when an ordinary battery is used. State Land Sale In FlathePd. What will undoubtedly be the larg­ est sale of slate land of tho year, that is Flathead county, has been set for September 11 by Register T. D. Long. It is generally conceded that the / business the register will do at this auction m il exceed that of any that has been or will be held this year. Flathead contains some o f the finest farming land in tho state, and the auction should prove as great a suc­ cess as that of last year, when thous­ ands of acres were sold and leased. Oil Well In Flathead. Helena, July 31.—An oil well that gu ihes ovor 100 barrels a day and sh>»w8 promise of a great capacity after development has boon discovered in the Flathead oil fields. The Associated Press is authority for tho aboye grand news for Flat- head peoplo, and the investors in oil lands in this city will be very anx­ ious until they find upoo which prop­ erty tho strike has been made. From the fact that the striko was reported iu Helena and not in Bulto, the Butte company cannot be the lucky one, and the good fortune must bo devidod between the Kintla Lake Oil company and the Calgary company. The lat­ ter have alreadyreported an oil strike, and it is possible that the Kintla Lake company is tho fortunate one. Last reports from tho field of operations was that tho Kintla was working con­ tinuously on the well and making rapid headway. More news is ex­ pected tonight, and if it is a strike in the Kintla oil well, the nows will be brought here by one of tho operators tonight. Nearly all the stock in tho Kintla Lake Oil company is held by Kalispell people.—Boo. Will Sail the Seas. Two Helena boys have boon appoint­ ed naval cadets at tbo Annapolis academy and both are now iu the oast preparing for the examinations which they must pass before they may be admitted to that famous gov­ ernment school. Hobart L. Clayborg, son of Judge and Mrs. John B. Clay­ borg, and William Parborry David­ son, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. David­ son of Helena, are tbo fortunate lads who have received the Annapolis ap pointments. Young Mr. Clayborg was appointed by Senator Paris Gibson and Mr. Davidson rccoived his appointment from Senator W. A. Clark. ' ' Both uojb'are iiuu ei ‘Jut. Weiut*. preparatory school at Annapolis mak­ ing ready for their examination. It is considered almost certain that both will pass tho examinations, which are lowever very sovore. Sins of the Tqngua. Tho sins of tho tongue all point to the necessity and profit of self mastery. There is danger in the tonguo that often brings sorrow to the innocent ones, as woll as tbrowB a rofloetion on a pure character. If this confession of fuilure and magnify­ ing of the office of tho longuo seems exaggerated, lot any ono sit down quiotly and think of .tho sins and cruelties of human speech. Tho careless words which no repentance can call back again. Tlio rash prom­ ises which it has cost us so much to fulfill, tho expression of tho lower nature which has shamed tho higher, the confessions of evil and yielding to falsehood, the hot and angry words which sobor thought condemn—theso are some of the porils of the tongue. On the other hand, like most of the uses of the world which turu so easily to evil, the tongue may be tho instru­ ment of great and lasting good. Cattlemen on Warpath. Masked men near Lackers, Wyo., are reported to be boating sheepmen and killing their herds. Jack Mercer, a foreman for Leonard Sedgwick, is ill from the effects of the terrible beating received at tho bands of the masked strangers. Ho, with several herders, wa« at­ tending Sedgwick’s herds near Lam- broaux, when the party was surprised by men in masks, presumably infur­ iated cattlemen. Mercer was gagged, blindfolded, beaten and then grappled to the ground. Joseph Gague, one of the party, was shot and killed. Nineteen other sheephorders in the , -vicinity wore treated in the same manner. For 24 hours they lay per­ fectly helpless, while the masked men proceeded to burn their saddles and outfits and seize their clothing. Four thousand five hundrod head of sheep were then driven into a corral and there slaughtered; Most of thorn belonged to Sedgwick, whoso loss is nearly $13,000. Railroad Assessment Raised. Aftor sponding most of tho aftor- noon Friday in deliberating on the question of fixing the assessments of the railroads, tho stalo board of equal­ ization surprised every one by mak­ ing enormous increases in tho values, in somo cases as much as three huu- dred por cent. Iu the morning tho board called before it some of tho railroad mou to ask for additional information con­ cerning some of the arguments ad­ vanced. Tho afteruoou session was exeoutivo and tho board mombers discussed at somo length the question of fixing the valuation of the roads. All main lines o f tho principal ronds in tho state are placod at about £16,- 000 a mile. Tbo Butte, Anaconda & Pacific was valued higkor than any other system, the board’ fixing it at $16,000 a mile. 'Through tho change the board has increased tho valuation of tho roads from $15,000,000 to prob­ ably $40,000,000. This is a higher valuation than prevails in most of tho states. It was concoded when tho board began its sessions that thoro would bhisome raise in tho valuation of tho roads. Those who follow tho actions of tho board from yoar to yoar be­ lieved that it would bo 6 to 10 por cont. Last yoar tho incroaso was but 2| por cent all around. Croker Making Enomles. London, Aug. 4.—Richard Croker is making arrangements to supply milk in London from his dairy farm. Ho is also trying to got local patron­ age, but is opposod in this city by tho local farmers, who havo boon sup plying the customers- in Wantage and neighborhood. Ho has lost somo of his popularity by coming in com­ petition with local doalors. While ho simply paid money out, thoy wore all polite to him. Now that he is trying to mak« some c f it *h„- ro\cr..e an! many ill-natured remarks aro made about him and his careor. Statistics Of Sheep. Tho fifth annual report of the state board of shoop commissioners for tbo yoat 1901 has just boon issued aud contains statistics and a largo amount of matter exceedingly interesting to sheepmen. In it aro embraced tho governor’s quarantine proclamation for 1902, rules for tbo guidance of deputy sheep inspectors, laws relat­ ing to shoep inspection, directions for preparing dips and a list of grazing areas on railroads for sheep trans­ ported through the state. Tho roport shows that thoro were 4,126,331 sheep in Montana March 1, 1901, while sinco that time thoro have been 47.920 shoop brought into tho state from other states. Tho num­ ber of lambs docked sinco March 1, 1901, aro estimated at 1,710,121. There were 29,790,089 pounds of wool sheared since March 1, 1901, while tho aYorago price por pound for it was 12.30. Tho numbor of lbs, of wool consigned was 4,625,908, for which an advance of ton and a quarter cents a pound was received. The number of shoop destroyed by wolves U estimated at 39,003. The number of lambs and sheep slaugh­ tered, sold aud shipped out of tho state since March 1, 1901, is 766,678. Sinco March 1 o f last year 378,591 pounds of polls woro sold, for which an averago price o f sovon and ono- half cents was received. Uncle Sam Makes Money. During tho month of July 16,566,000 coins were mado at tho mints of the United States, their total value being $1,576,800. Only double eagles were coined in gold, 106,000 pieces, of tho value of $2,120,000 being minted. In silver thoro were coined 1,059,000 standard dollars; 838,000 half dollars; 1,644,000 quartors and 2,740,000 dimes of a value of $2,254,000. Of five coi.t pieces, there were • 2,778,000 coined,' besides 6,390,000 cents. \Vo aro showing great bargains in gents clothing. Call and see for yoursolf at Cfyotoau Mor, Co. Pay your subscription. Hirshberg Brothers Bankers, Choteau, Montana. We solicit accounts and offer to the public the most liberal treat­ ment consistent with safe banking. W c buy and sell exchange on all the principal American and European cities, and issue letters of credit. THOMPSON & FERRIS, LETOBniDOE A L Leave ordors at telephone office. Hollo, No. 42. G. f. & C. TIME TABLE. Tuesday ----- ■— Tuesday Thursday Thursday Saturday ’ Saturday' North Stations. South r.M. P.jr. 10 55. .........Lethbridge .. . . . 8 15 9 45. .. 9 45 8 30. . . , Tyrrell’s Lake . . ..11 05 8 10. ..11 25 7 25. ..12 10 6 25. 5 50. .. 1 45 5 00. .. 2 45 4 10. .. Rocky Springs.. .. 3 45 3 15. .. Shelby Junction.. . . 4 45 DAILY. DAILY. 2 50. .. ShclbyJ uuction.. . . 5 10 2 00. .. 6 05 12 12 401 25 j .. * Pondera. . . . 1 7 30 J 7 50 n 30. .. 8 45 19 ir, « .. .. *-CcTins .......... .. 9 35 10 15. ..1 0 15 9 10. ..11 20 8 35. . . . . Vaughan . . . . ..1 2 01 7 55. ..1 2 40 7 45. .12 50 A.M . A.Jf. Close connection make at Shelby with all trains on the G. N. Ry. Close connection made on Tues­ days, Thursdays and Saturdays at Lethbridge, with all trains m the C. P. R. * Meals. The Teton Exchange. Choteau, Mont. This ia the finest ap­ pointed aaloon in north­ ern Montana. We have on hand the finest brands o f Wines, Liquors and Cigars. The Celebrated Pabst Export Beer On tap and in bottles. DAVIS BROS., Proprietors. M.&M.Saloon 3I0IUS0.N & MeLEOD, Props, Finest Line of WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, In Teton County. Give Us a Call When In Choteau. , S y * r. 4 * “«* * • * * 41 HEAD OF MILK COWS AND STOCK CATTLE. 1 THOROUGHBRED HOLSTEIN BULL. M l , i n 9 , PublicAuction Calves all by Thor­ oughbred Short Horn Bulls. C. M. ORR, Hodgskiss Corrall. Club Cafe OLIVER HEAD, Prop. NEW RESTAURANT The best of service and accom­ modations to be had in the city. Everything First Class and in accordance with the market. REM EHBER THE PLACE DINNERS Will be served at 12 o’clock on week days and at 5 o’clock on Sundays. h i T Guide & Packer, For San River Springs Country and Vicinity. Will Meet Parties at any Point Designated by Them. Postoffice Address Elizabeth, Mont, For Mect-Fittini Glassls ail- ARTIFICIAL EYES • C 8 M O T P H G O L B S T E I H } E y 6 S o c i a l i s t ; 213 1-2 CENTRAL AVENUE,\' ' GREAT FALLS., v - MONTANA,

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