The Montanian and Chronicle (Choteau, Mont.) 1901-1903, October 17, 1902, Image 3

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MILLER & LQNGMUIR, Proprietors. Big reduction in-gei it's clothing at [ the Choteau Mercantile Co. KENTUCKY WHISKY, CALIFORNIA WINES, : DOMESTIC CIGARS. MONTANA BEER, Brewed from Montana B a r l e y . C. H; Jefferson ' was in from his I ranch Thursday, after supplies. . Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Belcher, of Baymond, was visiting with fríen is Corner Main and Conrad Streets, Choteau, Montana. I in Choteau today. The Gem MRS. ED. DEMIS, Proprietor B R E A D F O R S A L E Firstclass Restaurant ..... Under New Management. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. Cine Unsnrpassed. eeeeeeeeeecceccocceocce@c€cccccGCceeccocececceceeec 100999090 omo Company. 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, Paints, Oils, brushes, Varnishes, etc. Our stock of Wall Paper is unusually large and attractive. Send for Samples. The handsomest and best arranged •g storeof the kind in Montana. Call&seeit. M e e o o o e e e e e c e e e o e fieeceeccccccceeeeeoccss! H . E . B í t O C í W f ltL D E A L E R UV G e p e f a l j y [ e t c j y a t j d i s e ? OTVDERA, mpI\TAn^. A First Class stock óf goods of all kinds constantly kept on hand. Courteous treatment to all our patrons. I When our new store at the new town- site is fully completed, we will quote you j prices that will surprise you. U T ' Grand mask ball to be' giyen un­ der the auspices of K. of P. on Thanksgiving evening. Orders taken for Ladies Tailor made suits, coats and separate skirts at Jos. Hirshberg & Co. R. L. Stonehouse came in last evening from Cut Bank fora short visit at the county seat. Mrs. H. F. England and two little daughters are in town this week, the guests o f Mrs. C. E. Trescott. 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 g 30 days only and to accommodate those A who failed to take advantageof our last special offer. Mrs. E. N. HAUGEN, - •* _ • ♦ • Ctiotßau, Montan^. Notice the two new “ads” in this issue. The new meat market and the Hotel Morton of Dupuyer. Drop in the Family Liquor Store and try a drink of Ramona will help you to decide how to vote. Thos. Manix, a well known resident of upper Dupuyer creek, was tran­ sacting business in Choteau the first of the week. T aken U p —One gray stallion,' branded combination 2 1 on left thigh. For further particulars call at this office. F ob R ent —Two sheds. Each are capable o f accommodating 3000 sheep with from 100 to 150 tons of hay at sheds. W alteb C lark , Bynum. 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 leave same at this office and receive reward Bom—To Allan and Henrietta I Gamble) on October 7th,'a daughter. ETHING* Dr. Stephens, the dentist of Great Falls, is here for a few days after this date. N E W A T O U R S T O R E ! e Call and see the new waist patterns; no two alike at the Choteau Mercan­ tile Co. W. D. Hagen, of Dupuyer, has been in the city this week on matters of business. Josiah Strain, of Great Falls, was a business visitor in the city the first of the week. This time its prices on the latest up-to-date ready to wear apparels for Ladies, Gents and Children. Mrs. Myrta H. Titus, of Dupuyer, passed through Choteau last Tuesday on her way to Kibbey. JohH W. Ward and wife were in I from their ranch noar Belleview a | couple of days this week. Remember we are head quarters for all kinds of underwear. Call and see us at the Choteau Mot (inutile Co. There will be a social dance at the | school house iu Bynum, Friday Oct. 24th,1902, to which all are cordially | invited. E C. Garrett, U. S. Commissioner has gone to Great Falls to look after | land businoss for several clients in this section. The Methodist services will be held | next Sunday in the assembly room of the school house as the church is | being remodeled. Ladies Monte Carlo Coats $20.00 and up. Ladies Tailor Made suits $ 12.00 and up. ' Ladies Dress Skirts $1.75 and up. Ladies Eiderdown dressing sacques $1.00 and up. Ladies Fieeced Wrappers $1.00 and up. Misses Monte Carlo coats $7.50 and up. Childrens Wool dresses $1.50 and up. Childrens Jackets $1.50 and up. Boys Gray and Brown mixed suits $2.50 and up. Boys all wool long pants suits $3.50 and up. Gents gray business suits $12.00 and up. Gents blue serge heavy weight suits $15 00 and up. Gents up-to-date cloth overcoats $10.00 and up. Gents Fur Coats $ 18.00 and up. Episcopal church services in the town hall on Sunday, October 19th 1902. 10 a. m. Holy oommunion. 11 a. ra. Morning prayer and sermon. 3 p. m. Sunday school. 7:30\'p. m. Even- □g prayer and sermon. Wm Krofft, who lately purchased the saloon interests of Morison and McLeod, desires us to announce that he haa nothing to do relative to the old accounts of his predecessors and knows nothjng about them whatever. Miss Lillian Beaupre, of Sauk Rapids, Mion., who has been visiting for the past ten days with her brother, H. Beaupre, left here this morning for Great Falls and Helena where she will visit for a short time before returning to her home. At Galata last Tuesday 5800 head of Northern Montana sheep were loaded ou board the cars, en route to the Chicago market. Andrew Wag ner of Gold Butte shipped 2400 head of ewes and wethers; Wareheim, Per­ kins & Evans, 2400 head of wethers and Beaupre & O’Neal, 1000 head of wethers. s Prof. McKenna’s Big Specialty company are billed to give one o f their famous entertainment in tho town hall, Choteau, on October 20 21. Little Blonde ia one of the features of the show and. is the youngest child is the world who handles 100 yards of silk in the beautiful serpentine dance. Dont miss this entertainment. Otto C. Mi}ler, of Bynum, has r o ceived a letter from his sister who re­ sides at Seattle, containing the sad intelligence of the death of his brother, Robert Miller, who was well known in this section. Mr. Miller left Choteau some 18 months ago for the Klondike country and was return­ ing from there a couple of weeks ago when he fell from the deck of the ateamer and was drowned. The body was not rppovfgec}. Mrs. Retta Burton returned home Wednesday from Great Falls and Helena where sho has been for the past few days. FO L L O W T H E CR O W D T O T H E A dance and supper will be given at the Saypo school house, Friday eyaning, Oct. 24, 1902. Proceeds to go towards repairing school property. Every body invited. Choteau LEA D E R S IN LOVV PRICES. Company, m N otice — Having sold my business at Bynum l desire to notify the pub­ lic that their accounts with me must be paid immediately. W allace C owell . ERASTUS GREEN DEAD. O. J. Fawcett has been the head mixologist at the Club saloon during the past week, during the absence of Marion Shook, who had more im­ portant duties to attend to. Chas. Labreche and J. A. Fish re­ turned home from their hunting trip north o f Dupuyer on Tuesday even­ ing last. They report having a good time and an abundance of game—nit. The Teton county republican cen-1 tral committee have received word from the state committee tbatarrange- ments have been made with Col.T.C. Marshall, of Missoula, to address tho people of Teton county on the politi­ cal issues of the day, at Choteau, on Friday, Oct. 24th. Mr. Marshall will probably be accompanied by either Hon. B. J. McIntyre or C. W. Pom­ eroy, of Kalispell. This meeting promises to be one of the best ever held in Choteau and the looal com­ mittee desire that every one, without “regard to previous condition,” be preseat and assist in making the day one long to be remembered. This is no bluff. All aocounts due me must be paid at once or suit will be started to collect the same. If you want to save costs come iu atonceand pay up. W allace C owell , Bynum. A d v e r t ised L e tter List. Marion A. Shook and Miss Ella B. Richards were united in marrige at the home of the bride’s mother, Mrs J. R. Young, o f Saypo, at noon, on Tuesday, Oct. 14, 1902, Rev. F. L. Buzzell officiating. Miss Ruby Free­ man was bridesmaid and Lawrence Davis, o f Choteau, the best man. A few friends from Choteau and Saypo were present. Both the bride and groom are well knqwn resideo'i; of faton couoty.nnd tfioir many friends join this-paper in extonding con granulations. List of letters remaining uncalled for in the postoffice at Choteau, Mon­ tana, for week ending Oct. 13,1902. Amiline, Isadore Bruno, Joe Friegard, Anna King, William Larose, Katie ■ La’rance, Jackson Mayoj Nedo, Frank Otness, Louis O Swan, Baptiste Schultz, J F Wright, H S Persons calling for the above let­ ters will say “ advertised.” C. H. D rake , P. M. Erastus Green, one of the old-time and highly respected residents of Teton county, died ou Friday, Oct. 10, 1902, at the Deaconess hospital in Great Falls, .as tho result o f old age and injuries received from a fall over a year ago. Tho remains were brought to Choteau Saturday and funeral services were held at tho M. E. church Sunday morning, con­ ducted by Rev. F. L. Buzzell, the pastor. Tho remains were buried in the cemetery east of town. EroBtus Green was born in the town of Jerusalem, Yates county, N. Y., on tho 17th of October, 1823. He was married in October, 18-15, to Miss Rachel L. Martin, of Canan- dagua, N. Y. In the fall of 1847 he left CanaDdagua with his wifo and one child for Wisconsin, traveling overland with team and wagon. He located on Rock Prairie, three miles from Janesville where he lived until the year 18G5, when he moved with his family to Missouri. Iu April, 1864, his wife died loaving him with a family of 10 children, oightof whom survive him, one daughter being in Whitewater, Wis., one at Bridgeport, Conn., one at Canandagua, N. Y., one at Adrian, Mo., two, Mrs. M. A. Wilcox and Mrs. S. G. Read, of Cbo- teau, and Mrs. James Swan of Helena Chas. F. Green (son) Choteau, Mont. Mr. Green was the.father of 10 chil­ dren, 24 grand children and 12 great grandchildren. Mr. Green united with the Methodist church iu Now Yerk in 1845 and has always been a firm believer in God’s teaching, a temperance and Christian worker. In politics he was a republican, being one, of the founders of the republican party in Wisconsin. Mr. Green died in Groat Falla Friday morning, Oct. 10th, and he would have been 79 years old had ho lived until the 17th of thiB month. A c c id e n t A t C o llins. SHEEP FOR SALE. 3000 ewes—yearling and lambs, sold altogether or - separately. Cash or on time. Apply to Choteau Mercantile Co. , Choteau MontJ S trayed — One grey mare, branded J—L on left shoulder; weight about 1300 pounds; also one black mare branded leverse 4 on left shoulder (circleH on (eft thigh; weight about 1200 pounds, A reward of $10 will be paid for information leading to their recovery. Call at this office for address of owner. Tom Cullortou was probably fat­ ally hurt nud Jack Dunbar was ser­ iously injurod this morning while working ou a bridge across the Teton rivor at Collins. Tho hoavy hoisting engine, used in the bridge construct­ ion, crushod through the structure, tearing down much of the bridge and imprisoning tho men under tho tim­ bers. Cullorton was the engineer in charge of tho hoisting engine and Dunbar was omployed tondiug the nigger- heads. Tho men were paTt of the crow at work on tho construction of the now bridgo ovor the Teton to be used by the Great Falls & Canada road. At the point whoro they were working tho bridge was about forty- five feet high. The hoisliug cugine was rostiug on tho false work, being moved forward us tho timbors wore put iuto place. The engine was being used to lift a lot of hoavy timbers when it supports gave way and engine, timbers and men went down in a heap. Tho other mon quickly extricated the two iujurod mon from the wreck and gayo thorn such attention as was possible until the arrival of a physi­ cian. Dr. Fairfield was summoned from this city aud loft on an engine for tho scone. At the hour when tho southbound train loft Collins this afternoon Cullorton was still unconscious. He is said to havo received severe inter­ nal injuries and both his legs are fractured. He has a brother em­ ployed as conductor on the Spokane Falls & Northern road. The brother has been notified at Spokane. His injuries are thought to bo fatal. Dunbar is able to talk, but it is thought ho is badly hurt as he has no feeling in his lower limbs. One of his logs is fractured near the ankle so that the bones protrude through the skin. The men were taken to Havre where they will be placed ou the west bound train to be taken to the railroad hos­ pital at Kalispell.—Great Falla Leader. — He L e a r n e d a G r e a t T r u th. It is said o f John Wesley that he once said toMiatress Wesley: “ Why do you tell that child the same thing ovor and over again?” “ John Wesley, because once telling is not enough.” It is for this same reason that you are told again and again that Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy cures colds.aud grip; that it counteracts any tondency of these diseases to re­ sult in pneumonia, and that it is pleasant to take. For sale by C . H i Drake. N EW MEAT j i m a r k e t ! a E ¡WEAVER & MOORE, Props.J a \ Having opened to the public a new meat market in tho old Truehot building we shall endoayor to keep on hand a full supply of fresh meats of all kinds. Courteous treat­ ment to all customers. B H B g g B B B B B B B B | CIVE US A TRIAL | □22?” Remember the place g a TRUCHOT BUILDING, 1 a On Lower Main Street. S Q B B B B E B GBGCBBEBEEGBaBEBBBE aaaaaaaaaa^aaaaaaaaaaaaaaa B B B B DDPÜYER, MONT. S HOTEL MORTON WM. D. HAGEN, Proprietor. First Clasyi Every Respect | The best of service! gand accommodations Strain Bros., GreatJFalla, Montana. New fall hats, no two alike, at Jos. ! Hirsbberg & Co. S T R A Y E D . One black mare with white spot in forehead; weight about 1200 pounds and brandod 7 7 on right thigh. A reward of $10.00 will be paid for re­ turn to E yraud B ros .; * - Pondera, Mont. •' a a , gto S3 travelers. I will also run in connection with my hotel a first class sample room where a choice, line of wines, liquors and cigars, will always be kept on . B B B B B B B B B hand, at the B B g 8 g Whè* in town \drop in : g KLONDIKE.” anGEccocnciBCBcnciBnn;

The Montanian and Chronicle (Choteau, Mont.), 17 Oct. 1902, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.