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■ ¿ S t è s s i '■yt'*:-\'’ í '- l y r i è “ X H È v M Ï N T ” ^ MILLER & LONGMUIR, Proprietors. KENTUCKY WHISKY,\ CALIFORNIA WINES, DOMESTIC CIGARS. MONTANA BEER, Brewed from Montana Barley. Corner Main and Conrad Streets, Choteau, Montana. 8 PURE DRUGS and MEDICINES 8 Fruit, Confectionery, cigars, E t c . ---- X A New i ö Une of STATIONERY § 8 JUST RECEIVED. - Q >0000090000000000900090900930933990980999993300900001 T h e G t e n i , IBS. ID. DEMIS, Proprietor B R E A D - F O R S A L E Firstclass Restaurant.. Unden New Management. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. Cucine tarpasse! s e c e e e e e o e e e e c e e e c e c c c o e c c c c c c c c G c e e c e e c c e e c e e e e T h e C o m o C o m p a n y . . . . . . Great Falls, Montana. ! We frame Pictures correctly and keep a complete stock of Artists’ sup plies and Pictures. _ We carry a full line of Window Glass, jj Paints, Oils, Brushes, Varnishes, etc. Our stock of Wall Paper is unusually large and attractive. Send for Samples. L The handsomest and best arranged ^ store of the kind in Montana. Call & see it. |! »eeeoeoeoeeoeeiDceeeeeccececececececce&esecceeeoooM' H . H. BISO C royifiN , DEALER UV G e i ? e i a l l y l e T c i ^ a ^ d i s e FORPERA, mOIXTARfl. A- First Class stock of goods’ of all kinds constantly . kept on hand. Courteous treatment to all our patrons.. When our new storè at the new town- site is fully completed, we will quote you prices that'will surprise you. T h e Art Studio Beginning Monday, Sept. 15, we will give one enlarged picture ; free with , every clozen of our $ 4 .00 Cabinets. This is for 30 days only and to accorrimodate those w h O j f a i l e d to take advantage of our last s p e c i ^ q f f e r . ; LO C A L N E W S '. Notice changera “ ad” of the Art Studio. -That face and hand cream at the City Drug Store ia a beautifier. Rev. Buzzell will preach at 11:30 aud at 8 p. m. Sunday. Dr. Stephens, dentist, at Choteau October lat. for a few days. Ord A. Aynsley, the Collins stock man, is a business visitor in the city today. A marriage license has been issued to Frank Salois and Christens Gray, both of Dupuyer, ■ Mr. Noble, the Pondera sheepman was a business visitor at the county seat the first of the week. Henry Pfeifer, of Pondera, was transacting business at the county seat the first of the week. Frank Wheir, of the Choteau Mercantile Co., was a business visitor in Great Falls the first o f the week. John Shannon, oftChippewa Falls, Wis., arrived • here last week on a visit to his son, J. W. Shannon, of Raymond. The store of Jos'. Hirshberg & Co. in Choteau, will be closed on Thurs day, October 2,1902, on account of Jewish New Year. It is currently rumored about that new meat market will soon be opened here. The names of the new firm are not yet made known. Miss Anna Beaupre, who has been visiting with relatives and friends in Minnesota for the past six weeks, re turned to her home on Tuesday last. an- A recent postoffice bulletin nounces that the offices at Cut Bank, Flat Willow and Steele will become domestic money order offices October 1. on The Malta Enterprise reports that a new bank, with a capital stock of < >20,000, will soon be opened in that town. It will be known aB the First National Bank of Malta. Mrs. C. E. Trescott and little son, Chester, went to Dupuyer Tuesday to be present at the Malone-England wedding which was solemnized there Wednesday at high noon. J. W., or better known as “ Diamond .Et.” Brown, of Browning, was in the city this week in attendance at the republican convention. We acknow- edge a very pleasant call from the gentleman. .V ; New fall hats,' no two alike, at Jos. | Hirshberg & Co. ; > Chicken dinner at the Club cafe on Wednesday and Sunday of Jeach week. | Don’t forget. Just in a new lineof childrens wool d rassestali sizes at the Choteau Mer-1 cantile Co. IS .-•it'5 Geo. V. Fowler, the Willow creek rancher, was in the city today on ] business. Deputy Sheriff Moberly and wife I of Shelby, were business and pleasure | seekers in Choteau this week. ; The Choteau Mercantile Company are awake to the fact and are making extensive prepara tions for handling the heavy fall trade which they expect to receive. Many new goods have already arrived and are placed on sale. H E A V Y D R E S S G O O D S AN D S U ITIN G S . Talk about the Choteau Mercantile Co. being slow, why they are showing | the Monte Carlo coat that isn’t so slow H.' Beaupre returned- home Sat urday ere from his ranch near Sweet Grass where he has been for the past | ten days. In all the new makes. As you are well aware that our store is Fashion’s first landing place. Also received our Outing Flannels, Fleece lined dress goods, Table linens, Silkalines, Eiderdowns. Call and see our line of E L ’S HAIR UNDERW E A R Major R. A. Allen, of Browning, I was in the city a few days this week in attendance at the repubublican | conventiou. We have had troubles of our own this week, so if you Bad any mistakes— either grammatical or typographical, | tell your trouble to the sheriff. Which is second to none. We have them for men, women and children and in all grades. Our shoe department has just been replenished with a new and complete line. See our line before buying, we can do your feet good. Not alone the feet but your hearts and purses will rejoice at the low prices and good values we show. A T T E N T I O N LA D IES! The Ladies Industrial Society will meet at the home of Mrs. J. E. Erick son next Wednesday afternoon. All | members requested to be present. Gents the way we have o f taking | your measure for a tailor made to order suit wont bother you any call | and see our samples at the Choteau Mercantile Co. W e wish to inform you that we are showing the nicest line of Dress Skirts and Winter Jackets ever shown in Choteau. They are beauties and well fitters as well. The Women of Woodcraft dance I Wednesday evening was a grand success and but reiterates our former statements of what women can do | when they attempt anything. FO L L O W T H E CR O W D T O T H E Chas. Bynum and John Graves re turned home yesterday from Butte where they had been vin attendance at the bedside of the former’s brother, | Nd, who ia,sick with pneumonia. Mercantile Company LEA D E R S IN LOW PRICES. Owing to the absence of the editor- in chief the past few days, and the I sickness o f Miss Lillian Wood, our | eading compositor, we are forced to be a trifle late, as well as short in eur usual number of local breyities. A d v e r t ised L e tter List. County Surveyor, (or at least we should say, will be,) J. W. Shields, eft this morning for Collins where le will do some surrey work and look over his political fences at the same time. John Malone and Miss Millett England were married at the home of the bride’s parents, in Dupuyer, on Sept. 24,,1902, Rev. F. L. Buzzell officiating. Quite a number o f guests were present and a number o f beauti ful presents were bestowed on the lappy coupls. County Assessor Larson ' arrived lome Wednesday from a months visit with relatives and friends in Minne sota. He returned in just enough time to say “ thanky’’ to his friends in the republican convention who had just renominated him for his second term to office. Dr. Stephens, the Great Falls den tist, whoviBits Choteau semi-'annually, will agajn.be in Choteau October 1st, and willihe as before prepared to do dentistry, using the latest methods ineluding porcelain crown and bridge work and porcelain filling. Porcelain filling or unlay work ia the most artistic filling. Any tooth can be perfectly matched in shade and shape, ia harder and does away with large and unsightly gold.fillingB. This work will be done by Dr. Stephens in Choteau, October 1st. and a few thereafter. I A map of the new town of Conrad, (formerly Pondera) has been pre- psred and upon its approval by the I ’ ,1 M § S e # I h A'UGENV , • ¿^hSteaurMontana.. . - . .-J ■*■ - r *»•, It . .» —v-1. « . A * ^ X ' * ~ “ * board .of county commissioners will be made a part of the county record The new town is in section 23, town ship 28 north, range:3 west and fronts on the railroad. It consists of twelve blocks, and has three streets and. five avenues,; the Blreets berag named, -Front, ® a in 'and Virginia, the Avt- hues, being^First, Second, Third, Fourthanti F ifth .- . . . \ Pay your subscription ! . ikw *' ■ ■■■ - Claude Weaver, Who has for.the past four months been employed by O’Neal & Beaupre, near Sweet Grass station, returned to Choteau the first of the week suffering with a nice little pet—a felon. List of letters remaining uncalled for in the postoffice at Choteau, Mon tana, for weekending Sept. 8,1902.v Colgrove, Clyde R England, ChaB Fowler, George V Gardipee,EliMrs. Gardipee, Eli Hurley, Thos Johnston R F Johnston, Mrs R F Whitoford, Phillip Whaley, Otis Turner, Frank 3rd class Persons calling for the above let ters will say “ advertised.” C. H . D rake , P. M. S e r io u s ly In ju r e d . W. C. Kester and wife of Great Falls and Mrs. C. H. Connor and family of this place, returned the I Lewistown, Sept. 20—Mrs. Rock, first of the week from a two weeks Lister of Mrs. John Jackson of Ken- hunting and pleasure trip in the (Jail, was seriously injured in an aa mountains. They report a pleasant cident on, the Benton stage road, trip with an abundance of game. | Mrs. Rock and her daughter were waiting, in the stago they bad char Miss Grace Lewis has resigned her I Ured( for ths drivr8I. to pull a maii position as principal o f Shelby school l a c k i n the rear of the vehicle at and accepted the position as inter- Deerfi#ld 8tation whon Mr. M y e r s of mediate teacher in Glasgow school at] the DeerfioId Mercantile Company a much bettet salary. She will hold gred a g^ot jn jjj0 roar 0f hi8 atore. the school until a subatitute arrives, i The drirer caught the horses and hold the school in Glasgow not beginning | them a moment> when mother shot was fired. The horses then became Major William Dayenport, one of I unmanageable and started off an the pioneers of Montana and well bard run. known throughout the state, died | At the top of a heavy grade Mrs. Monday night at his home on South I Rock look her child in her arms and Rodney street in Helena. He was in jumped. She alighted on her head hie 80th year. Major Davenport was and shoulders, sustaining a brokon taken ill Friday and from that time arm and eevere bruises on the face, he grew steadily worse. | She was taken to the Houston ranch and her sister was sent for. Dr. On a charge of yenue from Justice I Treacy attended her and will make Dawes’ court, of Shelby, the case of | another trip to the scone to ascertain the state of Montana against A. E. Phippen, charged with-/keeping disorderly house at Shelby, was tried I by a jury in justice Magee’s court at Dupuyer last Monday and resulted in a verdict o f acquittal.' Three other cases against the same partr were dismissed on motion of the proBd- j cuting witness. whether her condition will warrant her removal to the Sisters’ hospital at Fort Benton. The child escaped with a few bruises but is not seriously injured. W A NTED. TAKEN U P . ^ One sorrel geldiDg, broke to saddle, about 12 year old, with- Blaze face and White legs. Branded DEr*I> on left thigh and |U -Toa- the left shoulder. Owner can^have same by proving property andjpnjing costs. ' W. H. C onlute , / ' Ohotean, Moat. ■ - ■ , . m I want 3,000 sheep to winter or will rent a band for a year on a cash proposition. For further particulars address, O rd A. A ynsley , 6 4w. Collins, Mont. L ost —One bay horse, about eight years old, branded fcq on the right shoulder. Last seen at Suunysido. A reward of §5.00 will be paid for his return to Augusta. M alcolm M c P herson . R e a d y For B u s in e s s . We are now prepared to furnish the public with Lethbridge coal. Free delivery on Saturday of each week in any quantity desired at $8 50 per ton. Terms, strictly cash. Leave orders at the telephone office. Orders ac companied by the cash receive first attention. T hompson & F erris . FOR SALE. Angora Goats—A shipment of An gora goats will reach Great Falls about July 9,1902 and will boofforod for aalo. Como and soo them. Land—Irrigated land and slock ranches for sale and rent. Sheep—Fat wothorB and dry ewes for sale. Dolivory for June and July. Cattle—Fine Hereford Bulls, Cows and Calves. Horses—Threo Norman stallions cheap. D. A. R ichardson , Great Falls, Mont. Desert Land; Final Proof-Notice For Pnlcation- Land Office gt Helena, M od L, ) September 19,1902. \ Notice is hereby givon tbat Elizabeth Kinmi of Lowry, Montana, has filed notico of intention to make proof on her desert-laud claim No. 7531, for lot 3, ne4 sw4 so,4, section 31, s2 sw4, section 32, township 21 north, range 3 west before Register and Receiver, U. S. Land Office atGroat Falls, Montana, on Til ursday, the 30th day of October, 1902. She Dames the following witnesses to prove the complete irrigation and recla mation of said land: Clarence J. Kinnn, James Rowe, Richard Sbortridgo of ' Lowery, Moot. Vincent Fortune of Great Falls, Mont. J. M. B oblinoake , Register. First pnb. Sept 26. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. STRAYED. One black mare with white spot in forehead; weight about 1200 pounds and branded 7T on right thigh. A reward of $10.00 will be paid for re turn to - E yraud B ros ., Pondera, Mont. Land Office at Helena, Mont . } May 19,1902. j Notice is hereby given tbat the follow, ing named settler has filed qotice of liis intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be before E. O. Garrett, U. S. commissioner, at Choteau, M od L, on Nov. 1st, 1902, viz: Edward Bollrnd, who made HE No. 8753 for the n w4, section 35, township 25 north range 4 west. He names the following witnesses to prove bis continuous residence npon and cultivation of said land, viz: Enoch Peterson, Silas Anwny, Joachim PetersoD, Gander Hanson all of Farm- ingtoD, Montana. J. M. B urlingame , Register. First pnb. Sept. 26. N o tloe T o C r e d itore. Estate of Margrette Wagnild decoased. Notice Is Hereby Given by the under signed, Administrator of of the Estate of Margrette Wagnild deoeoaed, to the ored« itors and to all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers within 4 months after the first publication of this notice t o the said Administrator at the law offico of J. E Erickson at Ohotean, Mont., the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said Estate Dated Aug. 15 1902. O le W aoktld Administrator of the Estate of Margrette Wagnild deceased. J. E. E rickson Attorney for Administrator. Your subscription to the Moa- anian and Chronicle is past due. It’s •' Long Subject, but we’re going to tell only very little sbont h. Forthirty-px yean — nearly thirty-seven— The Royal Tailors of Chicago hive been telling people how to dress well, and at the same time • cut the price. are better doers than they are they Bet tellers. They are not only prepared to show “The Man From Missouri,\ but they are to day showing the men, and young men, and , boys of all America how garments can be made- , to-measure — made-to-fit — made stylishly, \ shapely, and satisfactorily at about one-half to two-thirds as much as other tailors' usually charge. ‘ If you could be satisfied of this you would very promptly decide to *• Pay Lew and Dfeu Better,\ ' - wouldn’t you? Well, we can satisfy you. We have the exclusive local saleof Royal Tai loring.' We carry the complete Royal line, a>d _ are showing over five hundred patterns in beaut-' ifiil suitings, and overcoatings this season. . ’’ Every reader of this piper is Invited to c a l l - in Act ought to call, and see these- foods, and \ hsm-the prides. - «jjf \ i ü $ m $ Ê Ê È Ê â È È É é . ...A hvl i-Oy BYRON CORSON, Agent, ^ ^ ,r.