The Montanian and Chronicle (Choteau, Mont.) 1901-1903, October 10, 1902, Image 3

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We carry^a full line of Window Glass, Paints, Oils, Brushes, Varnishes, etc. Our stock of Wall Paper is unusually large and attractive. Send for Samples. The handsomest and best arranged store of the kind in Montana. Call &see it. eooeoeeeeceeeeecceeeoccccccceccececsss h . E. b $ o c k ; w * t dealer nv G e n e r a l M e r c h a n d i s e TOIYDERA, mODTATVil. ' A First Class stock of goods of all kinds constantly kept on hand. Courteous treatment to all our patrons. I When our new store at the new town- I site is fully completed, we will quote you i prices that will surprise you. County Clerk A. 0. Warner made a business trip to Great Falls Moaday, returning the following day, LO C A L N E W S Ladies cotton fleece hose- only 15c at t i e Choteau Mercantile Co. 'Walter S. Clark was a business visitor in the city on Tuesday , last. Dee Findley, the Bynum wool grow­ er, was a business visitor'in our city Wednesday. Dr. Brooks was in Dupuyor ou Monday and Tuesday of this week on professional business. Preaching at Choteau M .E. church at 10:30 and at 7:30 Sunday. Sab­ bath school at 11:30, C. H. Jefferson, the Saypo cattle­ man, was transacting business in our city on Wednesday last. The best line o f ladies, gents and childrens underwear can be got at the Choteau Mercantile Co. Mrs. A. L. Halliday left on Mon­ day’s coach for a trip east. She will ie gone for about six weeks. Mrs. 0. G.Cooper will leave Satur­ day morning for Great Falls where she will visit for a few days.}* Ed Williamson, of the Choteau Mercantile Company, left for Great Falls list Wednesday on buinesB. The new meat market located in tho Truchot building will open its doors to the public tomorrow morn­ ing. F. D Kingsbury & Co., of Dupuyer, lave purchased lots in the aew town of Conrad, a mile r^est of Pondera, nnd will build a store there early next spring, to be run in connection with their Dupuyer establishment. Mrs. Chenoweth returned the first of the week from Great Falls, where she had been visiting with friends for several days. Bilreth & Jones are busily en­ gaged' in the North Fork of the Teton getting out posts, poles, house logs and timber of all kinds. Anv one desiring same should correspond with them or leave word at the Choteau house. Henry Radcliffe returned Tuesday from Great Falls where he had been with his wife, who still remains there undergoing medical treatment. E . A. Savory and Ed Ganong, two prominentstockgrowers and ranchers from Dupuyer, were business visitors at Choteau the first of the week. - _v' -j -- h The Art Studio Beginning Monday, Sept. 15, we will give one enlarged picture free with every dozen of our $4.00 Cabinets. This is for 30 days only and to accommodate those v^hoffiilgd to take advantage of our last special offer,,; ^ Mrs. E. N. HAUGEN, ,. Choteau, Montana. F. D. Cooper, chairman of the soard of county commissioners of Cascade county, was in the city the first o f the week on his way to his ranches near Dupuyer. Rancher Corson has been in the city this week from hia gondola ranch, west of town. He has been experi­ menting on a new kind of food for his fast increasing flock of gondolas. Chas. LaBreche left Sunday for a three week’s trip to Dupuyer creek canyon. He will hunt and fish during his vacation, and it is said that he will also make further plans for the future. The dog show that pretended to entertain the public here last Friday evening succeeded in reaching the pockets of a goodly number of our citizens—much to their disgust and amusement(T) L ost —One elk tooth cuff button, mounted in gold and engraved with initials of L. S. B. on tooth. Lost about ten days ago. Finder will please leave same at this office and receive reward. Leonard Slee returned to Choteau Monday after an absence of several months in California. He reports having had a pleasant trip, but glad to get back to Choteau and old friends again. At the meeting of the county com­ missioners on Monday last registry agents were appointed to fill vacancies as follows: No'. 3,-Dupuyer, B. G. Trescott No. 10, Shelby, T. M. Garland No. 12, Raymond, H. L. Halliday . New fall hats, no two alike, at Jos. Hirshberg &Co. Ladies Industrial society will meet with Mrs. Buchart next Wednesday- evening at 7 :30 instead of 2:30. J U S T A R R I V E D ! If in need of blankets and oomforts call on the Choteau Mercantile Co. for they have the lowest prices. John T. Murphy, the well known Montana stockman, is seriously il at his home in Helena, with typhoid pneumonia. AT THE CHOTEAU M E R C A N T ILE CO. Ladies remember we are showing some] very nice dress and skirt patterns, no two alike. Call and see them at the Choteau Mercantile Co. M. Connelly, republican candidate for state senator, left this morning for Helena, to confer with the repub­ lican leaders o f the state. There will be a sooial at the resi­ dence o f Mrs. Buchart’s next Wed­ nesday evening. Every body cor­ dially invited. Lunch 25c. Episcopal church services in the town hall on Sunday, October 19th 1902. 10 a. m. Holy communion. 11 a. m. Moruiug prayer and sermon. 3 p. m. Sunday school. 7 :30 p. m. Even­ ing prayer and sermon. Clarence J. Kinna, of Lowry, who received the republican nomination for representative at the recent con­ vention, has decided to decline and ias notified the diairman of the county central committee te cause lis name to be taken off the ticket. Ill health is given as his reason for refusing to make the race. The cen­ tral committee will meet tomorrow to name his successor. Charles Allen died about 1 o’clock this afternoon at the Hawley lodg­ ing house after an illness o f a few days. Mr, Allen was probably 55years of age and came here from Augusta a couple of weeks ago and had been engaged in knitting shawls tip to tho time he was taken sick. Nothing is known of the whereabouts of his relatives or friends. No arrangements lave as yet been made for the funeral James L. Collins, of Raymond, through his attorney, J. E- Erickson, ias served an injunction upon the county treasurer restraining him from collecting the one mill special-tax evied by the county commissioners at the request of tho trustees of school district No. 1, upon property included in school districts No. 1, 4, 5, 7 and 8, which was formerlv Cha­ teau School District No. 1 of this county. Eugene Leech, of Dupuyer, accom­ panied by Geo. H. Vincent and wife pf Iowa, are in town this week cm a visit to relatives and friends, Mrs. Vincent is a sister of Mr. Leech’s and this is their first visit here. They are favorably impressed with this section of the country. Miss Minnie Miebach desires us to announce that she is not a candidate for superintendent of schools of Cbo teau count) on the demopraticticket, she haying declined the nomination tendered her, as it was altogether un­ solicited on her part. Sho says she is not of', that clan and does not wish to be advertised as such. . kv. A young man cannot learn to soon the value of good cheer; he should early and late cultivate the ability to ook on the bright side. He should lind wbat many a man has failed to discover—that there is such a thing as the sunny side of a shadow. He will encounter difficulties, he will meet enemies, he will bear burdens but if he can maintain serens, eyen temper, and an unconquerable, hope­ ful spirit, he will succeed where mul­ titudes fail. T h e I M o f Largest line of dress goods ever in the city Largest line of table linens in the city. Largest line of Winter coats and Raglins. Largest line of Overshoes and rubbers. Largest line of Ladies underwear. Largest line of Gents underwear. Largest line of Gents clothing. Largest line of Gents Fur coats. Largest line of Gents capes. Just as wo go to press a telephono message was roceived from Great Falls stating that Erastus Green had died in tho hospital there this morn­ ing. The remains will be brought to Choteau tomorrow, and the' funeral seryices will be held in the M. E. church at 10.30 Sunday morning. FO L L O W T H E CR O W D T O T H E Choteau Mercantile Company. \ - ^ - L E A D E R S IN LOW PRICES.- Rev. Buzzell will preach at Saypo Tuesday night. There will be an eclipse of the moon on the night of Oct. 16th. Ladies tailor made suits just in the Choteau Mercantile Co. at U. G. Allen was in from his station at Sweet Grass tho first of the week on businoss. Geo. F. Miller, the stockman from Willow Creek, was a business visitor in the oity today. MrB. J. W. McKnignt, of Knlispoll, is in Dupuyer this week vieiting her sister, Mrs. R. P. Dean. Dr. Thee. Brooks, the county phy­ sician, went to upper Dupuyer creek the first of the week in response to a telephone message stating that a cane of small pox had been discovered at the Salois ranch. He returned Wednesday evening an^ reported that he found Maggie Salois, a half breed girl about 16 years old, sufieriug with a mild case ot tbo disease. The girl and her porents have been taken to the pest bouse east of/Choteau, and •verything possible hairbeen done to keep, the disease rrom spreading. ; Drop in the Family Liquor Storo and try a drink of Ramona will help you to decide how to vote. A number of candidates for office e went to Dupuyer today to attend tbo dance and social there this evening. E. A. Reichel, a representative the American Browing Company Great Falls, is a businoss visitor town today. of of in T aken U p —One gray stallion, branded combination X T on left thigh. For further particulars call at this office. M. N. Gordon, the merchant at Dupuyer, was in town last evening on bis way to Great Falls whore he goes to purchase atook. F ob R ent —Two sheds. Each are capable of accommodating 3000 sheep with from 100 to 150 tons of hay at sheds. W alter C lark , Bynum. Willis Nichols and wife, o f Sweet Grass, and Mrs. Nat ColliDS, of Cho- # teau, left here yesterday for the Sun River Hot Springs where they will remain for a couple of weeks. Miss Lillian Beaupre, of Sauk Rapids,Minn., a sister of Dr. Beaupre of this place, arrived in the city Thurs­ day. She will visit here for a week or ten days and then go to Great Falls and Butte to visit other rolatiyes. Ilayos Cole was in from Raymond last Saturday returning Sunday even­ ing. was Poter L. Moran, of Dupuyor, in town yesterday looking after busi­ ness interests. Attorney J. G. Bair wont to D u ­ puyor Tuesday on logal business. He returned homo on Wednesday. James Blake left Sunday morning for Chicago, where ho will enter a hospital for modical treatment. Oden G. Clay, field agent of the Great Northern railway, was in town yesterday on business connected with the railway. Postmaster Drake started for Chi­ cago on Sunday whore bo will pur­ chase his holiday goods and replenish his stock of drugs. Chas. Gios and John Kostelak, wholesale merchants from Great Falls, were in Choteau tho first of the week transacting business. A marriage license has beta ¡issued to Medore D. LaBreche and Miss Bortha Embody, a daughter of Bert Embody, of Dupuyer. This paper extends tho usual congratulations. A few of tho anoient spinators of Choteau gathered at tho home o f Mra( O. G. Cooper on Tuesday evening, there to plot and to plan for the wel­ fare of the rising generation, and, ac­ cording to the story gleaned from our able correspondent, it was a marked success in every way. About 11 o’clock a dainty lunch was served, after which a little more “ chin music’’ was in­ dulged inandthenthesedatedamsels left for home to chuoklo over their plottings. Advertised Letter List.. A Wallenstein, o f the firm o f Silver- man, Wallenstein & Co., wholesale liquor merchants of Great Falls, in Teton county this week. is Fred G. Johnson, representing the Montana Browing Company of Great Falls, ivaB in town this week inter­ viewing our wst goods merchants. Mrs. J.C. Kufus o f Choteau, mother of Rev. L. It. Kufus, and Miss Kep- ponbeag, o f Choteau aro visiting L. R. Kufus and wife.—Havre Plain- dealer. Mrs. G. A. Gorham has returned from Hunter’s Hot Springs where she wont some three weeks ago. Her friends will be pleased to learn that she has been greatly benefited. -ib A The show billed to appear here on Wednesday evening did not make its appearance, and the boys around town, aot to be disappointed, got up a dance on short order notice and enjoyed themselves as best they could without the, companionship of the abaant barn stormers. . m u é Francis Truchot, Wm Hodgskiss. Pat Crosson and Ed Dennis will ship a train load of cattle, consisting of about 30 cars, to the Chicago maiket on the l-lth inst. The shipment will bo made from Galata. S trayed —One grey more, branded J—L on left shoulder; weight about 1300 pounds; also one black mare branded leverse 4 on left shoulder circle.H on left thigh; weight about 1200 pounds. A reward of $10 will be paid for information leading to their recovery. Call at this officë'fôr. address of owner. ' . List ot letters remaining uncalled for in the postoffice at Choteau, Mon­ tana, for weekending Sept. 8,1902. Olson, Nets Swan, Mrs Julia—2 Persons calling for the above let­ ters will say “ advertised.” C. H . D rake , P. M. Ready For Business. We are now prepared to furniak the public with Lethbridge coal. Free delivery on Saturday of each weak in any quantity desired at $8.50 par ton. Terms, strictly cash. Leave orders at the telephone office. Orders ac­ companied by the cash reoeive first attention. T hompson & F erris . CONTEST NOTICE. DEPARTM E N T OF TH E IN T E R IO R , United Statos Land Office Great Falls, Mont., Oct. 8, 1902. A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed in this office by Charles E. Trescott, contestant, against homestead eDtry No. 10827. made Jannary 23,1900, for the lot 3, ne4 swé, sec. 18, tp 24 north, range 4 west; s&i ne4, ne4 bs I, seo. 13, tp 24 north, range 5 weet, by -Lords Fischer contestes, in which it is alleged that Louis Fischer has wholly abandoned, said tract, that be has changed his 'resi­ dence therefrom for more than six months since making said entry ;that • said tract is not settled npon or cultivated by said party as required by law, and claimants absence therefrom was not due to em­ ployment in the military or naval service of the United States in time of war. Said parties are hereby notified to appear, respond and offer evidence touching said allegation at 10 o’clock a. m. on Nov. 17th, 1902 before E. O. Garrett, U. S. Oom’r at his office at Choteau Montana and that final hearing will be held at 10 o’clock a. m. on Nov. 27,1902, before the \Register' and Receiver at the United. States Land''; Office in'Helena Montana. < ' . ■*; < *' The said contestant having; in\ a proper: affidavit, filed August 5th, 1902,~Bet forth ■ foots which shows that after dne..diligence»4

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