The Choteau Montanan (Choteau, Mont.) 1913-1925, October 10, 1913, Image 3

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M'.-f •';•■ J'11. JÍ- • : t j 3 Episcopal'ÇÂIÛ^n^i^iciBè ' >ÇA ££,*.'».. •fl^un’aayi'Sm^rningV 10'.SO . to il.30;:>; Sunday., evening 7.45' to 8.45;; Sunday]: school .: 11.30 to 12.15; Kev; L. F. ^Haley, Epis­ copal. minister, cordially welcomes you to all these services.'-.^ - ■ First M. E. Church At the First Methodist Episcopal church, Eev. Percy Keid McMahan pastor, regular services are as foUows: Morning church ser­ vices, 10:30; Sunday School. 11:30; Epworth League, 7:00 p. m. ; Evening Service, 7:45 p. m. All friends and visitors receive a cordial •welcome at this chnrch. Choteau Lodge No. 44 A. F. & A. M. Meets the first and third Wednesday of each month at 8 o’clock p. m. JOHN T. MOORE. W. M. J. I, CAIN. Sec. Fidelity Chapter No. 18 O E S Meets on 2nd an 4th Wednesdays of each month. \ MRS. CRAWFORD, W. M. MRS. E. N. HAUGEN. Sec. Odd Fellows. Choteau Lodge No. 11 meets Saturday nights at 8:30 o clock at their hall in tho Connor building. Visiting brothers always welcome. H. W. BATEMAN. N. G. O. H. CONNOR, Sec’y. Queen Rehekah lodge meets 1st and 3rd nights of each month after the snbordinate lodge. Choteau Encampment No, 11 meets 1st and 3rd Fridays of each month. H. T. RHOABE C. P. E. L. JOURDONNAIS. Scribe Chevalier Lodge No. 12 K of P Meets on Thursday night of each week A. O. BURBANK. O. 0. C. WARNER, IC. of R. & S. DR. C. J. B. STEPHENS, d e n t i s t Graduate University of Michigan, Ann Arbor Sign: The Golden Tooth Choteau, Montana HENRY D. ROBISON, Pres. JAS. T. ROBISON. Sec. The Teton County Abstract Co. Prompt attention given to all branches of Abstract work. CHOTEAU. - MONTANA Bakery & Cafe SOO SON, Prop. SHORT ORDER LUNCH head, Pies, Doughnuts, Cakes iest Meals in town for the money Choteau, Mont. ‘outh Main St. d r . h . j . M c G r e g o r P h y s i c i a n & S u r g e o n Eyes Tested and Glasses Fitted Office in Huseth bldg., Choteau HARMON T. RHOADS ’hysician and Surgeon es Tested and Choteau, lasses Fitted Montana S U N N Y S I D E H O T S P R I N G S The headwaters of Alhambra is today considered the most popular health resort in the state. Situated on the G. N. 14 miles south of Helena. Special rates from all points Ask your agent. Rates reasonable. Trained nurses and massures in attend­ ance. Free bus meets all trains. D. I. AM ES, Mgr. Don’t Spill the Milk T R A D I N G at home with home people is not spilt milk. * The cream is all saved by trading at our yard. ' We don’t send the earnings to some eastern city n e v e r to be s e e n again in M o n t a n a . Our ever increasing trade indicates the loyalty of the people of this vicinity G e t t t i e H a l b i t of coming to Whitacre’s for your lum­ ber and coal. We ask for your trade on the basis o f a square deal and your monies worth every time. N . W h itacre, NOT A LINE YARD Send me your Broken Glasses. I will repair and return the same day. S. 0. H U S E T H JEWELER AND OPTICIAN Next to First National Bank Great Falls Mont. C O A L Wanted—Girl for general house work. Apply to E. J. Ilirshberg, Choteau. Table board $6.00 per week. Home cooking. Noi^th of Cowell & Bateman’s garage. Miss Lind- seth and Mrs. Hanson. A relinquishment on 160 acres of land 5 miles southwest of Bynum. Will sell cheap for cash. P, O. Box 23. Bynum, Mont. George Hanson and wife, who have been visiting friends here for the past two weeks, left Thursday for their home at Stella, Neb. ;P h o n e INo 3 8 Olle: Dr. and Howard Bateman have purchased A. J. Cowell’s interest in the garage which has heretofore been conducted by Cowell & Bateman. □ Sheriff McKenzie and Marshal F. E. Moore returned Monday from Deer Lodge, where they went last week with the three prisoners who were ordered com­ mitted to the state penitentiary at the last term of the district court. A meeting of the grand lodge, Knights of Pythias, for the Do­ main of Montana, is to be held in Butte next week. The local lodge, Chevalier No. 12, will be repre­ sented by A. C. Burbank. — H . R . T h o m p s o n — D. S. Young returned last Fri­ day evening from Great Falls, where he had gone to meet his children, two girls and a boy, who were on their way from their home at Hamilton to this city. They expect to make their per­ manent home here, and for the present are occupying a portion of the Chapel residence. Postmaster Wm. Krofft has re­ ceived permission from the first assistant postmaster general at Washington to move the Choteau postoffice from its present loca­ tion in the city drug store to the Corson building on Hamilton street. Mr. Krofft informs the Montanan that as soon as the necessary repairs on the Corson building are completed, and the weather permits, the change will be made, and it is not probable the office will be in its present location more than a week. For Sale—Hotel size “ Born” range; six holes, heavy casting top, large oven, in good condition. J. E. Webb. A meeting of the Society of Equity will be held at the hall at Farmington at 2 o ’clock Sunday afternoon. All those who are in­ terested in this movement are re­ quested to be present. Mrs. Wm. Humble and little daughter, who spent a few days in the Richard home, left Saturday morning for their home at Bynum. She was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Richards,-' the trip being made in Alex’s car. Mrs. Rich­ ards will spend a week or ten days visiting there.—Cut Bank Tri­ bune. C. E. Trescott, of the Montanan office, has been notified of his ap­ pointment by Gov. Stewart to be a member of the delegation to represent the State of Montana at the second annual meeting of the United States Good Roads Con­ gress, to be held in St. Louis, Mo., November 13-15. Thanks, governor, but really we think St. Louis is too far away from home for us to be at this time of the year. Dr. Niles and wife of Great Falls, who started out from that city a couple of weeks ago for a hunting trip m the mountains west of here, have returned to their home. On account of the heavy snow of last week they were unable to get any farther than Jones’ camp on the Teton, and after being snowed in there for several days gave up their trip but may try it again as soon as the weather gets better. During the past week this sec­ tion of Montana has been visited with a severe snow storm, resem­ bling in a measure the heavv “ October storm” of 1899. Re­ ports from the country are to the effect that fully two feet of snow fell; which has been badly drifted in places. Our new railroad was out of commission for a few days, but the track is again open for travel, two work trains arriving here yesterday evening. Reports are to the effect that several bands of sheep have been badly scattered by the storm, hut there have been no losses and. as far as reported the lives of no sheepherders have been sacrificed. The snow which is disappearing rapidly, will prove a blessing in disguise, as it is sinking into the ground as it is being melted by the present warm weather, thus insuring plenty of moisture for next year’s crops. - »1st \ **‘ *H',-if * v ' '\“ --------- - -- --------- - ----------~ -- . .. . . - THE CASH .STOREifWMÉ:tÌ W I N T E R G O O D S CONSISTING OF % M ACK IN AW S , M A C K I N A W PAN T S , SWEATERS, WOOL SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, WOOL HOSE, BLAN KETS, QUILTS, OVERSHOES, SH E E P LIN E D CO A T S , B L A N K E T LIN ED COATS, B L A N K E T LIN E D PAN T S , CAPS, ETC. We are not going to wait until spring and then sell out what goods are left at Reduced Prices but are positively marking the goods at such low prices that there will not be any left. The following is a sample of the low prices we are now making Blanket lined pants, usually $2.00 $1.50 4=buckle Goodyear overshoes All other usually $3.50 and $4.00 ? 3.00 All other Goods Mackinaws, usually $8.50 Goods at same and $ 12.50 $6.00 to $8.50 at same Rate Sweaters, $12.50 values Rate for $10.00 Sweaters, $7.00 values for $5.00 J. Roberson and Co, LOST;—A new buggy axle, near court house. A suitable re­ ward will be paid for its return to Thos. Cottrell. \ 12-4tpd. Win. Crawford, father of E. E. Crawford of this city, is ser­ iously ill at his home here. He is being attended by Dr. Rhodes, who holds out but little hope for his recovery. Montana’s population was in­ creased 780 by births during the month .of August, according to vital statistics gathered by the state board of health. Of this number 434 were boys and 346 girls. During the same period there was an excess of births over deaths of 482. At the last meeting of Choteau Encampment No. 11, I O. O, F., Dr. Harmon T. Rhoads was elect­ ed as representative, and C. H. Conner alternate, to the meeting of the grand lodge which will be held in Bozeman on Oct. 20-23. The subordinate lodge's represén­ tame at this meeting will be John G. Jackson, while the Rebekah lodge will be represented by Miss Cora Monkman. Forget your troubles in an hour of amusement Choteau Billiard Parlor A Complets line of Tobaccos Cigars and Confectionery Barber Shop in Connection Choteau , Montana Theo. Taraldson, who has had charge of the H. R. Thompson lumber business at Collins for some-time, has moved to this city to accept the position with the same firm which was made ’vacant the first, of the month by the resig­ nation of J. I. Cain. Mi. Tarald­ son is nn experienced lumber and eoal dealer and has many friends in this section who are pleased to see him locate permanently in this city. James A. Murty, secretary of the commercial club at Conrad, and T. R. Bailey, of the townsite company, were here several days this week looking up the assessed valuation of the territory to be embraced in the proposed new county of Pondera. The Mon­ tanan has been informed that the Conrad people do not propose to include the towns of Dupuyer and Valier in their new county, being somewhat afraid that Yalier might be able to defeat them for county seat honors. C o m e a n d S e e O u r Line o f W i n t e r G o o d s B e f o r e B u y i n g Our line of Mackinaws, sweater coats, caps, in fact every line is complete to make you com­ fortable at right prices. INo Trouble to S h o w G oods Agents for the celebrated Florsheim Shoe for the man who cares G i v e us a C a l l CHAS. FROST & CO. Choteau, - - Montana

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