The Choteau Montanan (Choteau, Mont.) 1913-1925, May 29, 1914, Image 3

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'Æ 1 kui ^4A * î *AÎ.!*fc3*r ï iu • r > • • .» < U »*.»*•!'■>>?{ f<‘-iC * ’ ,> ‘<w> - / T v l t » y » * » . .>&»*.» t » »» r ' . ¿‘M g f t V o Choteau Feed Store C. C . IR O N S , Proprietor Baled Hay, Grain, Ground Feed C u s tom F e e d Grinding while you wait Phone 8 3 for PromptDelivery service American Sc.otch Whiskey Made at Manchester First Whiskeg made in the State o f Montana Seven gears old—made ot Rge, Barleg and Malt. Sold in Choteau bg: J. M . Graues, T. H . Thompson, The Beaupre and The Choteau House . NICK B A A T Z , Great Falls, Montana Forget your troubles in an hour of amusement Choteau Billiard Parlor A Complete line of Tobaccos Cigars and Confectionery Barber Shop in Connection C h o t e a u , M o n t a n a i Jones-Burton Wedding^} A wedding of much interest took placé on Thur-day. May 14, at Spring Hill ranch, live miles north of Bynum, when Mr. J. Reid Jones and Mi9s Minerva I. Burton were united in marriage at 11 a. m. Miss Wilma Jones, sis­ ter of the groom, played the wedding march. The wedding party entered from the ea^t room and proceeded to the center o f the large living room where the bay window had been transformed into a bower. Here under a canopy of smilax and flowers the impressive double ring ceremony was performed by Rev. E. L. White, pastor of the First M, E. church of Great Falls. Miss Ethel I. Reid acted as bride’s maid and Mr. Kyle Jones, brother of the groom, as best man. Little Rosemary Feland carried the rings .n a large white rose. Miss Burton made a rare pic­ ture of delicate beauty in her gown of pale pink chiffon and crepe, caught up with tiny pink rose buds. She carried an arm hoquet of bridp’s ro°es. Miss Reid wore pale blue charmense, trimmed with shadow lace. Miss Burton is well-known throughout this section. For the pa«t three years she has taught school and homesteaded near By­ num. Her unusually sweet and cheerful disposition has won for her a large number of friends. She is the third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Burton, of Delhi, Iowa. Mr. Jones is the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. W . D. Jones, pioneer ranchers of Teton county. He is running a large ranch, and it is here the young couple will make their home, after a short wedding trip to the west. A beautifully appointed dinner was served at the close of the ceremony. The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. D. Feland, Mr. and Mrs. C. Shawver, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Reid, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. White, Mr. Homer Anderson, Miss Mary Reid, Messrs. Leslie and Harold Anderson and Mr. Frank Hodges. The Knocker’s Prayer The B e a u p r e H o t e l H. BEAUPRE, Prop. First-Class in every respect Finest Meals in City You will find your friends here Breakfast from 6 to 9 o’clock Dinner from 12 to 2 o’clock Supper from 7 to 8 o’clock 17' 4 . Two to Collins r o u r A u t o s Two to Great Falls leave daily City Dray and Transfer Line J. A. GLEASON, Proprietor A ll kinds of Hauling, Excavating and Transfering C H O T E A U , - - - M O N T A N A Cattle Stealing Case The preliminary hearing in the case of the state vs. Lorenzo White, who is charged with steal­ ing two head of cattle belonging to a party by the name of Horn, who lives on the Indian reserva­ tion, and disposing of the stock. The state«s ease was presented by County Attorney Doyle and Attor­ ney Phillips represented the dé­ fendent. The state’s witnesees testified that White stole the cat­ tle and sold them to Louis Morgan at this place and the hides were located near Morgan’s slaughter house; also the horns and hoofs of the animals were located near that place. Louis Morgan was out of town and his brother who was called to the stand produced a record book which showed that two head o f cattle had heen pur­ chased from the defendant, but the brands did not conform with the ones on the cattle that it is alleged were stolen. When the hides were located the brands had been cut out. Only one side of the case was heard as the defense did not put on a witness. Justice Smith found the evidence suffi­ cient to hold the defendant to district court for trial and bond was fixed at $1,000, which up to this time has not been furnished. The evidence presented at the hearing’ was not sufficient to war­ rant a conviction. When the case comes to trial, it is understood that the state will present very damaging evidence. It is expec­ ted the case will be o f considerable importance when tried in the dis­ trict court.—The Valerian. Lord please dont let this town grow. I’ve lived here for thirty years and during that time I ’ ve fought all public improvements; I ’ ve knocked everything and everybody; no firm or individual has established a business without my doing all I could to. put them out of business; I ’ ve used every underhand method known to the knocking fraternity to injure their business; I ’ ve lied about them, and would have stolen from them if I had the courage; I have done all I could to keep them from grow­ ing; never have I spoken a word for it, instead I have knocked it hard and often. It pains me, O Lord, to see that in spite of my knocking this town is beginning to grow. Some day 1 fear 1 will be called upon to put down sidewalks in front of my property, and who knows but that 1 may have to help keep up tli streets that run by my premise This Lord would be more than I could bear. It would cost was made right in this town. Thpn, too, more people mi come if the town hegins to grow, which would cause me to lose so of my pull. 1, ask, therefore. I may continue to knocker. Amen! be the Money Stays Away i The money that goes into Cana­ dian grain and potatoes, Mexican cattle. Argentine beef, pork and corn, Australian wool and mut­ ton, New Zealand butter and cheese, Chinese and Siberian eggs —all this money, we say goes out of the hands o f the American far­ mer and into the hands of the farmers of these other countries. The morey goes away and it goes away to stay. Were it to remain at home it would go into better homes and barns, better and more agricultural implements, more pianos and automobiles, better roads and schools. And because of this it would mean more work for men in the factories, who in turn would consume more of the products of the farm. A dollar shipped out of the country that might remain here, with reasona­ ble foresight, is an unnecessary break in the endless chain of pros­ perity that runs from the farm to the factory, from the factory to office and store, and thence back again to the farm.—Muncie (Ind.) State Journal. FOR SALE—A couple desirable building lots in Hobson addition to Choteau. Hamilton street. Call at of the On the Montanan office for price, terms, etc. New Train Schedule Until fuither notice, I answer all ca“h calls left Choteau Drug Co. W. J DpCoursey. will with Don’t swear “ at” your watch. Have Holland, the jeweler, repair it, then you can swear “ by” it. Superintendent Kelsey of the Great Northern railway was in Choteau the first of the week and at nounced a new schedule for the train on the Power-Choteau-By­ num line, effective June 1st. Tnder the new arrangement the train leaves Bynum daily except Sunday, at 6.30 a. m., arriving at Choteau ac7.30. Power at 9.15 and goes through to Great Falls, at which place it arrives at 10.40. Returning the train leaves Great Falls at 2.00 p. m., arriving at Power at 3.00. Leaves Power at 3.30, arriving at Choteau at 6.15 and Bynum at 7.15. Between Great Falls and Power the train will be operated as a passeoger train, consisting of two coaches aad an express car, but on the branch it will be run as a mixed freight and passenger train as at present. In some respects thi9 schedule is an improvement over the one now in force, but it is rather inconvenient to have our mail arrive at such a late hour in the afternoon. . Photographs A n y and everything made in this line by professional artists. Phone 9 red E M E R I C K ’ S S T U D I O You cp.n cash “A.B.A.” CHEQUES in every city of the United States, as well as in all for­ eign countries. 5 0 ,00 0 bankers throughout the world have agreed to cash them at their face value. Hotels everywhere are glad to accept them from guests. Full particulars on request. Hirsh berg Brothers BANKERS Choteau, Montana Send me gour Broken Glasses. I will repair and return the same dag. S. 0 . HU S E T H JEWELER AND OPTICIAN N e x t to Great Falls First National Bank Mont. Glenloyd Hotel The only up-to-date Hotel in this City Steam Heat Hot and Cold Water Baths Our Cafe service is the very best W E W I L L A P P R E C I A T E Y O U R P A T R O N A G E H . D . U p m a n General Blacksmithing and Horseshoeing Strictly modern and up-to-date. Machinery in all departments.! [No job too big for us to do right. No job too small for us to fail to give it careful and prompt attention. None but com petent em ployed w o rk m en All persons who have been hauling gravel from, or dumping mbbish upon, the Hirshberg Bros.’ property southeast o f town are hereby notified to discontinue* same. - :: SATISFACTION GUARANTEED C H O T E A U . M O N T

The Choteau Montanan (Choteau, Mont.), 29 May 1914, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.