The Montanian and Chronicle (Choteau, Mont.) 1901-1903, November 21, 1902, Image 3

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When our new store at the new town- site is fully completed, we will quote you prices that.will surprise you. LOCAL NEW S ' El H.-Rupert, óf Collins, is a busi­ ness visitor in Choteau this week. -F u ll line o f Barney and Barry Skates all. sizes at-J. Hirshberg &Co. Call and aee the new waist patterns; no two alike at the Choteau Moreau tile Co. Hon. W. D.. Joaes, of Dupuyer, waa a business visitor in Great Falls this week. Five hundred pairs-->of mens wool pants at.25 per cent discount at Jos. Hirshberg & Co. Graud mask ball to be giyon un­ der the auspices of K. -of P. on Thanksgiving evening. A marriage license has been grantod to George Arthur Croff and Miss Katie Upham, both of Browning. District Court Clerk McDonald has issue i a marriage license to Philip A. Prince and Mrs. Margaret McNutt, both^of Dupuyer. Stock Inspector John B. Lea is in town this week. He 'is a witness for the stock association in the prosecu­ tion against Crichton and Kraus, J. F. Leech and wife are in the city from Dupuyer. Mr. Leech is a juror at tha present session of the district court, while Mrs. Leech is visiting with relatives. W. R. Ralston loft Choteau W ed­ nesday morning for Butte and from that city he goes to his homo in Spokane, Wash., where he will spend the winter with his family. Dr. Thos. Brooks, administrator ol' the estate of Wesley Chadwick, d e ­ ceased, will sell the personal property of the estate at public uuctiou in Choteau tomorrow (Saturday). ,New fall hats, no two alike, at. Jos. Hirshberg & Co. V _______ p \’ - Rov. Buzzell will preach for the people of Dupuyer next Sunday. Wm Bevau, the Pondera rnuchor, was a business visitor at the county seat last Saturday. John Malone, of Dupuyor, wns iu town the first of the week laying in supplies for the ranch. Win. Hodgskiss returned yester­ day from an extended trip through l.lioois, Iowa and Missouri. ¡AM BLANKET' FORT m<2S rases® AND •'vr . Y ! ■ f A J * SALE ! W . P. Coo aud Commissioner Per kins roluriied to tbqir homes iu Du­ puyor the first of tho week. F or S ale . —A ranch of J60 acres, ou Sheep creek, noar Dupuyer. For particulars call at this offico. Morris Sauds, of Ilelenn, is in town this week, tho guost of Mr. E. Jacobs aud of tho Hirshborg’s. The friends of Mrs. F. L.- Buzzell will bo pleased lo learn that sho is fast recovering from her illness. Roy. Luthor, of Augusta, will preach at the school house iu Choteau Sun­ day at 10:30 a. m. aud 7 :M0 p.- m. is booked for Another mnrriago next week, but we have promised uot to say anything about it for u few days. Mrs. J. E. Hoin loft her homo uear. Dupuyer last Sunday morning for her old homo iu Georgia where she will spend tho winter. A. A. Campboll, tho rustling rep­ resentativo of Montana’s bust daily newspaper—the Holoua Record—is in town this week hunting up uow subscribers. There will be a turkey and dyck shoot at the store at Farmington ou ^Thursday Nov. 27. Lots of amuse­ ment is promised. Briug along your favorite gun. W illiam C halmers . , The first dance of a series of twolve to be given under the auspiceB of the recently organized Woodmen Social club will be held iu the town hall this eyening. Everybody is cor­ dially .invited. F or ' S ale — Laundry, house' and two lots in Choteau. Doing a good paying business. A bagrain Tor the right party. Will be sold cheap for cash, or will trade for live stock. Address, C- P. Crane, Choteau. W. D. Hagen and wife returned to t heir home in Dupuyer last Tuesday. In a few days they will go to Chi­ cago where Mrs. Hagen will undergo an operation for the removal of u tumor with which she has been suf­ fering for some time. F. D. S. Angormoir and wife, who haye been running a restaurant at CollinB during the past few months have closed thoir place thore, and after a short visit with relatives iu Choteau will go to Great Falls where they will sngage in business. Two years ago, according to re­ ports made by Indian Agent Mon- teatk, there were 2,100 Indians on the Blackfeeb reservation who re­ ceived rations from the government, but the number baa been reduced since that time to about 800. J t i r The Art Studio Another shipment of Framed, \■ / ' Studies ju s t received. Our price $ as usualis lower than the lowest i $ From 55c and up. _ , - , Mrs. E; N. HAUGEN, , i Mo — Chevalier Lodgo No. 12, K. of P., will give their annual thajaJjsgiving masquerade ball in the town hall, Choteau, on Thursday, Nov. 27th, 1902. The music for tho occasion will be furnished by the celebrated Black Eagle orchestra of Great Falls. A grand time ia anticipated. Maskers will find costumes for rent at Byron Corson’a. Uncle Dan Sullivan, Potcr Hughes, S. L. Potter, Ed. Cummings and F. A. Sullivan nro amoug tho Shelby ites who are in town this woek at­ tending court. Prof. Goldstein, tho Great Fulls eye apecialin*, 1ms been at the Clio teau houso during the past wçek. He expects to loave Sunday for Browning and Kalispoll. E. H. Gauoug, of Dupuyer, bat: gone to Great Falls to moot his par outs, who areoxpocled there from the east. They will probably spend the winter at Ed’s raucli. Major Mouteath and wifoleft Sun­ day night for Butte, They woro ac­ companied as far as Browning by their son, who, on account of illness, was forced to quit school in this city. —Kalis pell Bee. F. C Begin, the painter aud deco- rater, returned the first of the week from tho Dry Fork country, where ho had been doiug sumo work on tho residences of C. R. Scoifiu aud Cbns. E. Davis. Brown and Parker aro gotting out fire wood and’ fence posts at the Willow creek grade and are prepared to fill orders, large or small, for material of this description. Among tho Dupuyeritos who are in town this wcok atteuding district court wo notice J. C. McCuaig, Wm. McDonald Wright, Jerry McCarthy, R. S. BrowD, J. F. Looch, Chas. Davliu, E. M. Miller, Bon English, Wm. Millor and W. D. Jones. U. G. Allon, who has been inspector of customs at Sweet Grass, has been transferred to Glasgow, whoro ho has purchased tho Colemau house, one of the best hotols in that city. J. R. Allin, formerly inspector at Glasgow take3 tho placo at Sweet Grass, tnado vacant by tho transfer. Susan A. Parry was grantod a de erse of divorce in the district court, yesterday, separating her from her husband, Thomas W. Parry, on the grounds of habitual drunken­ ness and,extreme cruelty. The de­ cree was allowed by default. The plaiatiH was also allowed the custody of the one child, 10 years of age, and alimony in the sum of $25 per month The costs of the suit amounting to S1A.50, and attorney fees in the sum of $50 were assessed to the defend snt. Mr. sod Mrs. Parry were- mar­ ried in England 11 years ago,— Great Falls Tribune. Capt. Casey, of the Northwest Mounted Police, with headquarters at Lothbridge, wns in Choteau the Jirat of tho wcok looking up wit­ nesses in thojeaso of Junius Young, charged with horso stealing, • Young was arrested iu Choteau a couple of months ago and ¡turned over to tho Canadian authorities at Coutts. Have you examined, our immense stock o f Blankets. Comforts? If not, why not? It will pay you to do so. We are showing* the largest and nicest line,at the lowest prices, ever-seen | in Teton county. Look ov r our prices. 10- 4 Cotton Blankets, . - 11- 4 Cotton Blankets, extra size, 11-4 All-Wool Blankets, t - 11-4 White All-Wool Blankets, II-4 Extra Heavy Wool Blankets, in gray, brown, 60c $ 1.00 2.50 3.50 white, from $5.00 to Medium Sized Sewed Comfort, Medium Sized.Comfort, heavy quality, Extra Size, Soft Batton, Yarn Tied Comforts, * Something Nice in Down Comforts, $6.00 to Nice Feather Pillows, PeV Pair, Nice Down Pillows, Per Pair, - .. Extra Fine Down and Feather Pillows, Per Pair, $4 00 to $6.00 Remember we can save you money on every dollars worth you buy in our store. Our rnotto is one price to all, and that the lowest. Money refunded if not satisfactory. FOLLOW TH E CROW D TO TH E e Company. ^ ^ L E A D E R S IN LOW PRICES. Deputy Sbordi from Ponderi». Burbank is here Barnoy Slathowa, Alex. Campbell and C H. Pearson are over from Pondora Ibis week, courting. Deputy Slieriir Chas. F, Mobcrly caino ove»- from Shelby lust Sunday with three prisoners anil lodged thorn safely in tho Hotel do Taylor. The names of tho unfortunate woro F. S. Sjiields, Jos. Coburn and Win. Ewing SbioUls was Bent tip for six month» for potit larceny, Coburn, Ihirty days for vagraucy by Justico Dawes of Shelby. Ewing was sent up Justice Turner of Cut Bank for 00 days for disturbing the peuce, firing a revolver aud using profuue language. On Wednesday evening Chotouu Circle No. 2fjG oloctod officers as follows: G, N.—JosephineBeaupro Advisor— Lavoniu Collius Clork—Nollio R. Brown Magician—Etta Hoy Banker—Matilda Burd Attendant—Lillian Wood C. of G.—Hosoa Norman I. S.—Charles Wymer O .S.—J. F. Burd After tho oleetion of tho officers re­ freshments wero served a few invited guests boiug p'rosont. At a late hour all departed having spent au enjoy able evening. Bucks for Sale. Fifteen head of registered Delaine Merino Bucks, three and four yoarB old, at Ç8.00 per lieud. Call on or address the undersigned ut Augusta. Montana. J ohn L. B. M a ver . Aclvortlsocl Letter List. Must Be A Fool. Last weok’s Sholby Independent contains tho following, which is re­ produced in those columns merely to show how much of a fool Ferguson mako of himself without half can trying. Just think of a bunch of List o f letters remaining uncalled for in tho postonico at Choteau, Mon­ tana, for weekending Nov. 17,11)02. Autnoss, Miuuio Grcoly, Margaret Kvlzmiller, Katie Lowis, H D Lawraiuc, Isaac Lougwcll, Alex Nichols, Mrs Maggie-2 Perkins, Flossie—2 Bussoli, Chas M Lownds L J Shook, Muiiou Suaiu, Baptist Swan, Julia Wudo. S E Fursons calling for the' above let­ ter» will say “ advertised.\ C. H . D rake , P.M. Mrs.T. A. SM ITH M illinery and Confectionery. New Stock of the Lat­ est Styles of Winter Hats. Just Received. A Full Line of Nuts, Candy and Fruit is Always on hand. A child of Mrs. Goo. T. Benson, »»lion getting his usual Saturday Agent for the BEST Ladies. Tailoring Co. ' in the country. night luth, stopped luck against a hot. Sbelbyites drinking “sorely n-rainst ¡ .stme v.inch burned him severely. Tho child was iu great agony and his mother could d<> nothing to pacify him Hen,< ml ciing (hut sho had a buttle of I'hiiMbiirkiin'M Putn Baliujin tho house, »he thought she would try it. T m levs tlini half au hour after apply: g it the child was quiet and asleep, ,.nd in 1. »sthau twowooks was well. Mrs. Be.isoa is a well known resident of, Va. vPniu Balm is an antiseptic 'niuneiil and especially valuable for burns,, bruisos and Fur sale by C H, Drake. James White Calf, who was in­ dicted by the federal- grand jury Saturday for stealing a calf, on tho Blackfeot Indian reservation belong­ ing to David G. Browne and Charles •E. Duer of Fort Bonton, pleaded their wills;’'that their “ innulv con- HI)ru\ ________________ sciences” wero overcome and the Ths^ i» no blulf All accounts due “ tempter predominated”—all this in me inu.d bo paid at once or suit will i town where two weeks ago Fc-ig s-nd t Imsdurl'd tocollect the same. If you the ii habitants wore tho toughest l o t w a n t tof-kvocostscouioin at once and that over broke into or Here’s Ins item: That the political out of jail. guilty to tho charge of larceny in tho United States court at Helena last* Tuosday and was sontoriced. so six months in tho Lewis and Clarko • - v county jail. situation in Montana is drifting into tlm rut to which decent men deplore, was wit nessod in Shelby Tuesday, on elec­ tion day. True, the barrooms of tho town wero closed so far as facing tho bar was concerned, but in every con ceivable place liquor could be had, and men, young and old, wore on ticod to clrink-, sorely against tlic’r will. The spirit of biavado at sea ing others drink overcame their manly cohscionc® and the tempter predominated. pay up. W allace C' owell , Bynum. FOR SALE. ]2:;/) acres of land »vilb (>0 »haresof Rido- do water. Al ' KiO acres of land situated on tho Muddy. x \ J. E. W ebb . FOR SA L E . A well improved ranch of 160 acres adjoining tho Choteau townsite. Call on J. G, Bair. wtf, Sold by JOS/HIRSHBERG & CO. DR. J. B. McCOLLUM • ' _ Export Optician i tyo Specialist. Gi and . --------- Grad- Chicago Optbalmic College. Twenty --three•year* three • ye vonty expertenco in rsfrac­ tion. Office at Residence, W» Second. Avenue, South,, Great Falls, Montana. N otice —Having sold nay business-f at Bynum I desire to notify the pub-' . lie that their accounts with me bo paid immediately. - W a LLAOE C 0 W E L L . ' j | ? / . | Í Í | *_• ,rJi'ifV. -Big reduction in gent’s clothiag' a i ^ the Choteau Mercantile Co *> If iv :

The Montanian and Chronicle (Choteau, Mont.), 21 Nov. 1902, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.