The Choteau Montanan (Choteau, Mont.) 1913-1925, July 04, 1913, Image 3

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$ $1.25 Dress Shirts Special 5 Oc knit silk ties . 85c Straw Hats worth up to 75c Choice for 25c 75c Summer caps 50c 75c cloth summer hats SOc $1.25 cloth . summer hats Choice for $1.00 75c Horse Hide Gloves 50c $1.50 Union Suits $100 To make room for our fall and winter stock which will be larger than ever before. It is also our policy hot to carry over any merchandise from one year to another. Selling at a close margin, turning our stock many times a year jneans that you are buying new goods at all times and when we have a special sale you are getting new goods at bargain prices. We cannot make our store any larger so in order to make room we are going to move merchandise and pay you for moving it. BOOKS We have a large as­ sortment of books, reg­ ular $1.00 values, for 75c PIPES We have pipes of evert) description priced from 5c to $2.50, also the best line of 5c cigars in town. LADIES’ WAISTS 75c Waists, special $1,25 Auto Scarfs $1.00 Auto Scarfs BARGfNS IN TOWELS 15c Towels 25c Towels 85c Towels LADIES’ HDKF. SPECIAL 1 free with every three you buy. . Prices 10,15, 20, 25 and 85c. 50c $ 1.00 75c DRY GOODS SPECIALS 8 l-3c Standard prints now 6c 15c Ginghams, now 10c 8c Apron Gingham 5c 15 Percales, double fold 12 l-2c 10c Outing Flannel 7 l-2c Nothing reserved, everything in our Dry goods department at bargain prices. 15c All Linen Crash, now 7 l-2c Compare prices and see what you can save by buying for cash. Pocket Knives and Mouth Organa in a large variety of styles and prices. Compare prices and see what you can save by buying for cash. SHOE BARGINS 20 per cent, discount on all our men’s shoes. $5.00 Shoes $4 Shoes $3.50 Shoes $3 Shoes $2.50 Shoes $4.00 3.20 2.70 2.40 2.10 MEN’S BELTS $1.00 Belts, new goods 75c 75c Belts, new goods 50c QUILTS, BLANKETS $1.75 Quilts, full size $1.50 10-4 Cotton Blankets 75c Compare prices and see what you can save by buying for cash. LADlkS’ and CHILDRENS’ HOSE 35c Ladies’ Hose, this sale 25c 25c Ladies’ Hose, this sale 20c 15c Ladies’ Hose, this sale 10c 15c Childrens’ Hose, any size 10c 20c Childrens’ Hose, any size 15c All new goods at Bargain Prices Haugen’s Cash Bazaar JEWELRY We can please you and suit your purse as well if you need anything in the jewelry department. EMBROIDERY A N D LACES 35c Corset Covers, embroidery 25c Embroidery and Insertion 83 1-3 per cent discount. Valencines Laces and Insertion 33 1-3 per cent discount. NOTIONS 25c Dressing Combs, now 15c 15c Fine Combs 10c 35c Barrettes, now 25c 75c Hair Brushes only SOc 5c Finishing Braid two for 5c FISHING TACKLE Steel and Bamboo rods, all lengths, priced from 25c to $5.00. 5 cans asst fruit . $1.00 4 cans asst. 15c vege­ tables .50 Cove oysters, special .10 40c pkg. oatmeal, 3 for 1.00 Sardines, good grade .10 Compare prices and see what you can save by buying for cash. Enamel and Tinware Special 12 qt. dish pans 25c 35c galvanized water buckets 25c 75c enamel¿J kettles 25c 75c enameled dish pans 50c $ $ $ 10c Kitchen wares, special values up to 25c. See our window display Choice in our fancy crockery department at 3 3 1-3 dis­ count. Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company ........... ............. of Milwaukee -------- -- --------------- Organized 1857 Purely Mutual \ Largest purely American Company. Writes policies at lower net cost than any other company ...................... H. I. SHERMAN, Special Agent A. A. BURRELL & CO. Great Falls, Mont Choteau, Mont. St. Anthony & Dakota Lumber Co. L U M B E R The home of Quality and Good Material. Our prices are as low as the lowest, quality considered. If our goods or service is not satisfactory tell us where the fault lies and we will make it right. F. C. YOUNG, Agent Choteau, Montana T h e C h o t e a u M o n t a n a n C. E. TRESCOTT AND SON, Publishers CHOTEAU, MONTANA, JULY 4, 1913. Published weekly at Choteau, Teton County, Hont. LOCAL NEWS Judge J. E. DeHass and P. II. Crossen were business visitorss in the Falls this week. James Eekford, cashier of the Citizens State Bank, went to Great Falls yesterday to look after bust* j ness interests. Miss Wanda Gaunt, of Great, Falls, is in the city this week, vis-! iting with her father, who 'isj manager of the Cowell & Bate-1 man garage. J The force in Assessor Jume S. Innes’ office are busy completing! the assessment hooks. The as­ sessment shows a gratifying in-1 crease over last year. 1 \ I Claude Siems, Arthur Hirsh - 1 berg, W. II. Galusha and Alex: Btirrill, who went to Great Falls, last Sunday, returned to their j homes in Choteau Wednesday ' evening. E. C. Garrett, our efficient county clerk and recorder, left yesterday for Valier, where he will spend the coming week look­ ing after his ranch interests in that section. Ed put a couple of brick bats in his suit case before he left town and remarked as he put it on the auto which carried him to the railroad, “well, I gue=s that’s heavy enough to get me a week’s board at the Valier hotel. P. A. Prince, T. J. Dean. W. J. King and J. W. Kirby, carpen­ ters from Conrad who are em­ ployed on the rooming house now being erected on upper Main street by Litke and Jacobson, left last evening for their homes to spend the Fourth. They expect to re­ turn Monday and assist in rushing the building through to comple­ tion, expecting to have house fin­ ished and ready for occupancy by the first of August. The Misses Tomenc Tliorud and Beatrice Jefferson, of Fair- field, are visiting at the Chas. Cnrlan home in this city. • G. E. Shawler, an old time Montana newspaper man, former­ ly located at Libby, and later with the Shelby News, was a visitor in Choteau this week. 1?. A. Schwieger, wife and daughter, whs have been living at Dutton for some time, have moved to Choteau where they will make their home in the future. A. E. Wickham, in charge of the work being done on the Great Northern in this vicinity by the firm of Siems, Care <&. Co., is here today on a tour of inspection. It is reported from Dupuyer that C. M. Roberts, who was out on bail on a charge of grand lar cony, it being alleged that he had stolen some horses in the vicinity of Dupuyer several months ago, had departed for parts unknown, forfeiting his bail. If he is never apprehended the county would bo considerably ahead on the transac­ tion as he had put up a cash bond. But it is two to one bet that Sher­ iff McKenzie will locate him soon­ er 6r later. Deputy Sheriff Jos. White, of Augusta, was in town today, on the trail of Oliver Kingsbey, who is wanted there on a charge of stealinga horse from .L W.Eberl. It is known that the man was in Choteau yesterday morning, he having been give his breakfast at Hodgskiss’ grading camp below' town. It is thought he is headed for the Indian reservation and will probably be taken into custody be­ fore many days. It is a very dif­ ficult job to get away from the of­ ficers in this section of the country. Most People Now Realize They can get as good photos in Choteau as can be had IN A N Y CITY. I make all grades, styles and finish. See me if you want the BEST. EMERICK, THE PHOTOGRAPHER T h e First-Class /All modern Conveniences SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Livery Stable Daily Stage In Choteau To Collins CONNECTIONS WITH AUTO LIVERY W M : H O D G K I S S , P r o p . f C h o t e a u , M o n t a n a The Montanan for Job Printing

The Choteau Montanan (Choteau, Mont.), 04 July 1913, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.