The Montanian and Chronicle (Choteau, Mont.) 1901-1903, September 05, 1902, Image 2

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- V .■ . r satezssisszs F. D. KINGSBURY & CO., DUPUYER, MONTANA. - G E N E R A L M E R C H A N D I S E - Carry a Full Line of Goods in All Depart­ ments to supply the wants of stockmen and ranchers. Tie Montami ani-Çtaicle. [Consolidated Juno 21, Í90LJ b y c . e . t r e s c o t t . The Toton Chronicle and Tbo Sbolby Nows, Consolidated January 3,1901, DRY GOODS, BOOTS, and SHOES, GROCERIES, CLOTHING, HARDWARE, GORDON HATS, HARVESTERS, BLANKETS, SADDLES. QUILTS. Also handle the Deering Mowers and Rakes and Winona Wagons and Buggies, Call and See Them, Their Prices are Right and Terms Reasonable. The Beaupre House C h otean , M o n t a n a . U N O E R N E W ¡ M A N A G E M E N T First class in every respect, or week at reasonable rates. Board by day H . B E A U P R E P r o p r i e t o r . GO TO THE CHOTEAU, MONTANA, For all kinds Fresh and Sait Meats, But­ ter nad Eggs. ¡•¡CIAI, I’llICl’.S TO I!,\N(TIF.1{S uiii.l 110TKL-KKKI’EKS who buy ill LARCH yrANTITIKS. Cosh ¡’.till for Roof Hides. GORHAM BROTHERS, Proprietor. : 4 The Art Studio i We have just received a large ship- J ment of Picture Moulding, Room Mould- S l ing, 16 x 20 Picture Frames, Violin, Man- $ j dolin and Guitar Strings, Photo Supplies. ^ ^ Mrs. E. N. HAUGEN, Choteau, Montana, j Publisliod every Friday at CUoteau. Toton County, Montana. % is ! ; * Î Entered at tho postofllco at Cliotcau, Mon­ tana. as second clans matter. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER f>, 1902. Subscription $2.00 por annum. Advertising rates on application. A IiL ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. NOTICE. Au irresponsible individual in Great Falls has been industriously circu lating the statement that he had just closed, or was about to close a deal whereby ho would come into posses­ sion of the Montaniau and Chronicle printing plant. Thoro is absolutely uo truth whatever iu (his statement and wo are at a loss to understand why this man should persist in claim­ ing otherwise. The Montanian and Chronicle is not for sale unless the publisher is paid every dollar he thinks tho outfit is worth. Tho republican party have several Judas Iscariots in their ranks. Some of them aspire to leadership this fall. This is particularly true in ihe north end of tbo county where a man who botrayed bis party while holding an honorable position a few years ago boasts that be intends controlling the primaries in his section and will allow to be nominated only such men as will do his bidding. If bo is suc­ cessful in this tho republican party will go down to inglorious defeat just as sure as the sun shines in the heavens. The north end republicans should be careful. With the county couvontious less than a month away, it might not be out of order to state that those old- time republicans in Teton county who have stood tho brunt of many a hard fought battle propose taking a hand in shaping tho policy of the party in this fall’s campaign and election. Those milk aud water republicans who are “lighting” the battles of the parly on every other day of tho year except on tho day of election (when :hey vote tho democratic ticket -.traight) will find that they have no standing in tho councils of the party. Hysterics in politics are of about tho same value as in religion or in business. Tho man who gets red in tho face when trusts aro mentioned aud proposos to abolish thorn in­ stantly in ail likelihood does not kuow what a trust is and probably imagines that they' cun bo hunted like bear, recognized ut sight and destroyed with no damage to the iunoceut. This county shouid have no use for W. A. Clark republicans. They are a stench iu the nostrils of honest Whenever you find ouo, spot men. him. And if ho asks political favors from tho republican party soo to it that ho does not get them. This is no time to mako peace with party traitors. Bottei an honorable defeat than a dishonorable victory— and au honorable victory can not be won by the assistance of tho Benedict Arnolds of Teton county republican ism. T. W. OLES ON. W. N. RUSSEIL.» Choteau Painting Company. i PAINTERS, PAPER-HANGERS & DECORATORS.! Sign and Vehicle Painting a Specialty. Estimates Cheerfully Furnished on all Kinds of Work Office at the Choteau House. BEST ADVERTISING ME­ DIUM IN TETON COUNTY LARGEST CIRCULATION. Subscription $2.00 per year Mrs. Carrio Chapman Catt says three fourths of tho criiniuals are men. The sterner sex should be thankful that she did uot say three fourths of them are criminals; that is probably what she meant. % Uè Uè © Uè Uè ñ J tifo Uè Uè Uè $è Uè W # è . - $ . - •--- ' ' \ ' •- :■ ' i VP—•»■*.* \-w'iF 'r f l s r v v - i , ' G r a n d O p en in g * : o f F a l l n — — — — — - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - > — ' _ - P * j i % ' ® ■ . m ® m . m m ® Ladies Pattern Hats, Ladies W alking Hats, Ladies Sailors, ® Misses and Childrens Hats. Large a ssortm ents of Childrens | Hoods. No two hats alike Our~prices on these goods will I please you as well as style and quality. ! ® Orders taken for Ladies Tailor Made Suits, Coats, Capes and Skirts. Call and inspect our stock. JOS. HIRSHBERG & CO., MfTOT^l Choteau, Mont. m m ® m R e p u b lican S t a t e C o n v e n tio n . At a meeting of the republican' state central committee hold in Helena Wednesday evening it was decided to hold the state convention in the city of Groat Falls on Saturday, Septem­ ber 27,1002. It was decided to take the vote cast for Congressman S. G. Murrayat the last election as the basis of the apportionment, and to allow ono delegate for each fifty five votes. ThiB will give the convention a total membership of 434, divided as follows: Beaverhead, 14; Broadwater, 5: Carbou, 15; Cascade, 35; Choteau ,19; Custer, 10; Dawson, 9; Deer Lodge, IS; Fergus, 22; Flathead, 19; Gallatin, 21 ¡Granite, 7; Jefferson, 9; Lewis and Clark, 30; Madison, 19; Meagher, 7; Missoula, 25; Park, 15; Powell, 10; Ravalli, 15; Robebud, 7; Silver Bow, 00; Sweet Grass, 8; Teton, 10; Valley, G; Yellowstone, 13. DISTRICT COURT. A Massachusetts womau is suing a Chicago man for SIOO.OUO for broach of promise. When a Boston heart is touched it is no Inugbing matter. Down with tho Judas Iscariots. Whenever ono -bobs bis head up, knock him down with a club. C o m m itte e M eeting-. Notice is hereby given that there will bo a meeting of the Democratic central committeo for Teton county, Montana, on Thursday, September 11, 1902, at 8 o'clock p. m , at the office of J. E. Erickeou in Choteau. G. M. C o f f e y , Chairman. §. H. G arvin , Secretary. District court convened in Choteau last Tuesday morning at 10 o’clock, Hou. D. F. Smith, judge of the Eleventh Judicial district, presiding. Tho first case tried was that of the Stato of Montana against James Black, charged with grand larceny, he having stolou a horse frpm S. L, Potter aud sold it. County Attorney Sulgrovo prosecuted aud Judge Bair defeuded tbo prieoner. The case was turned over to tbo jury on Tuesday evening, the jurors being Joseph Hilger, Wm. Hodgskiss, I. H Cos, Wm. Cook, Byron Corson, J. E, Cashman, Emory Knowlton, F. E, Moore, Percy Kilally, Geo. Burt, John Clack and F. A. West. They were unable to agree upon a verdict aud this (Friday) morning they were discharged by the judge. It is un derbtood tho jury eiucp Tu°P)4ay uight has stood nine for acquitta and throe for conviction. Wednesday morning the case against Robert C. Palmer, chargee with illegally killing elk, came up for trial. Tho state failed to make out a .case strong enough to secure a couviction at thp hands of the jury and the dofondant was discharged. On motion of the county attorney the case against Wm. Hoxie, on the same charge was dismissed. In both of those cases it seems to be tho opinion of many who heard the ovideuce that the defendants phojild never hare been prosecuted ou these charges, Iu the case of the State of Montana against W. F. Kerr, charged with obstructing justice, the jury brought in a verdict of guilty apd fixed his pnnisbmeut at six months in the county jail, and a fine of $100. Yesterday tho civil business was disposed of as follows; Wm. Hodgskiss vs. W. D Jones, suit on account. Demurrer overruled and 30 days given to answer. Adlam & Thompson vs. J. W. McKnight. Continued. Chas. Lepage vs. Wm. Hodgskiss. .Continued, C. M. Blackman vs. Geo. S. Lana. Continued. J. H, Devlin ys. James Stone. Coptinued. State of Montana ys. Teton county. Defendant given 2(j days to file brief. Phil Gilboo ra. James Donovan NATE WERTHEIM & CO., LARGEST CLOTHING AND SHOE HOUSE IN NORTH­ ERN MONTANA. * # * 208 Central Ave., GREAT FALLS. Ü M. Z , B Í * O C K Í D E A L E R UV G e n e r a l ly i e r c J ^ a i ^ d i s e fotvdeka , monr/mp:. A First Class stock of goods of all kinds constantly kept on hand. Courteous treatment to all our patrons. When our new store at the new town- site is fully completed, we will quote you prices that will surprise you. ¿ i damages. Plaintiff given 10 days to file brief. Defense given 20 days to answer. The following were made citizens; Anton Weibel, native of Switzerland; Fred Strelow, native of Germany; George Hirshberg, native of Germany; Kenneth Stonohouse,native of Canada; Sam’l H. McNeil, native of Canada; Joseph Escallier, native of France; Thqs. Bouafield, native of England; Perch Des Brisay, native of-Canada; Wm, Walker, n^tivo of Canada. This morning the case of the Stats vs. Jewel Hamilton, charged with grand larceny, comes up for trial. A d v e r tise d L e t t e r L ist. ' List of letters remaining uncalled v | for in the postoffice at Choteau, Mon­ tana, for weekending Sept. 8,1902. Fisher, A'muel Otness, Peter L. Pago, Percie E. Mrs. Potter, Jobp Savory, F. Slagger, Adam Persons calling for the above let­ ters will say “advertised.” C. H. D rake , P. M. TO LEASE. 1G0 acres good hay land fenced, in Township 25, Range 6 West, at $125 foy the winter. J. B. W ebij . n o t i c e . Persons are hereby warned not to shoot or trespass on our premises. S ands C attle & L and C o . f o r SALE. A well improved ranch of 160 acres adjoining tho Choteau townsite. Call on J . G. Bair. wtf. 1 it Jar Tn A BARGAIN. I have a complete 12 foot bar outfit in good condition for sale cheap. H odgskiss . Choteau, Mont. B U C H S FOR SALE. The undersigned offers for. sqle 400 Yearling FRENCH MERINOS Those bucks are now located at Pondera Station and there can be seen at any time. Address Peter Eyraud, CUT b a n k , Montana, B U C H S FOR SALE. The undersigned has for sale Two . u '. » t Hundred and Fifty head of yearling and two-year olej French Merinos. Just think you can get a great big glass off? beer for thesmall sum of FIVE CENTS. We are out for your trade and with fair play we mean to win it. Respectfully, FAMILY LIQDOE STORE. These Bucks are the best Bhoarers in Teton county. An it spec1 ion by intending purchasers is solicited. Price« reasonable. J. B. ESCALLIER, SHELBY, MONIf. FOR SALE. 1280 acres of land with 00 shares of Eldorado water.' • Also 320 acres of land situated on the Muddy. J. E. W ebb . LO S T . $ 6 . 0 0 REWARD. One backskin horsobranded pn loft shoulder, $5.00 revprd wijl be given for his return to owner’s ranch. A. K. P rescott . Try that Hair Tonic, it will grow hair on a fence post, atthe City Drug Store! \ ‘ - .t

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