The Choteau Montanan (Choteau, Mont.) 1913-1925, May 29, 1914, Image 7

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>,7 ? =' * -rv '' tjf ■ j •.'<V. ■ , i f. - ’ X have a 5-ton 'motor -truck Will consider any kind of. hauling. Would be pleased to communicate with parties in Agawam,\ Bynum and Farmington. C. E. Thomas, Choteau. F o r Hot M eals e i n d S h o r t Orders Go t o THE LITTLE GEM RESTAURANT A. 0. POND, Prop. O P E N A L L H O U R S Day and night Call in and see us we can please Sou First door north of Butcher Shop S U N N Y S I D E H O T S P R I N G S The headwaters of Alhambra ¡3 today considered the most popular health resort in the state. Situated on the G. N. 14 miles south o f Helena. Special rates from all points Ask gour agent. Rates reasonable. Trained purses and massures in attend­ ance. Free bus meets all trains. D. I. A M E S . Mgr. List Your Ranches with the Choteau Investment Company Present Address: I. A. STUB, 19-21 Dunn Block Great, Falls, ont Reliable Watches Elgin. Waltham. Illinois. Hampden. Let us show you the Hamilton watch, the finest railroad watch made. Our repairing advertises itself. HOLLAND, the Jeweler Eighty-rod reel painted barb wire, $2.50 per reel. Choteau Hardware Company. STRAYED—Black horse, six years old, star in forehead, brand on left shoulder, splint left front leg, heavy mane and tail, 16 hands high, weight about 1200 pounds. Strayed from pasture near Farm­ ington. Will pay a liberal re­ ward for his return or for infor­ mation leading to hi9 recovery. Notify H. Metz, Farmington, or Chas. Metz, Choteau. FOR SALE—Two shares of farmers’ ditch water at reasonable price. II. Bremer. State News' Helena, May 22.—John T Murpl.y, banker, mining man and rancher, whose business career in Montana extende over half a cen- tuar.v, died at bis residence here tonight at the age of 72 years. He was connected with banks iD Helena. Great Falls and Billings besides having other business in­ ter 'Sts about the state. His two daughters are in Tokio, Japan, on a foreign tour and a son resides in Portland. Mr. Murphy died of typhoid pneumonia. He return­ ed to this city May 12, from his winter home in Florida. While in Chicago he complained of a cold but did not consider his condition serious and on arriving here took up his business as usual, hut last Sunday he was forced to take to his bed, death resulting tonight. Bsllings, May 24.—Ten steel and concrete bridges are to be built in Yellowstone county imme­ diately, at a cost of $15,731.20, to replace wooden structures which no longer can safely bear the ad­ ded tarfiic caused by the great number of new settlers who have found homes in the county during the past winter. Contract has been let by the commissioners and work will begin at once. Butte, May 23.—The new orga­ nization of women opposed to equal suffrage will meet at the Carpenters union hall on May 29. The interest of the new organiza­ tion centers in the return visit to Butte of Miss C. E. Marke9on, field secretary of the national or­ ganization opposed to suffrage, and Miss Minnie Bronson, the field secretary of the national society, and a gifted public speak­ er. They will be in Butte 10 days or two weeks and their arrival will be the signal for a permanent organixation. New names are being added daily to the rolls of the organization. Deer Lodge, May 25.— M. P. Stoppel, owner of the Garrison hotel, and one of the well known business men of Powell county, died at St. Joseph’s hospital of this city Saturday afternoon from injuries sustained when his auto­ mobile turned turtle and went down the side of a mill-foot em­ bankment near Gold creek about a month ago. An order for the Great Nor­ thern to establish an agency at Loma, Choteau county, not later than August 1, was made by the railroad commission. Substantial reductions in rates on livestock from Montana to coast markets will shortly be put into effect by the railroads, accord­ ing to information given D. W. Raymond, secretary of the state board o f stock commissioners by railroad officials at ttie rate hear­ ing at Sioux Falls, South Dakota, or. the application of the carriers for an increase in rates of stuff shipped east. Hqlena, May 23.—Four coun­ ties have so far filed petitions for the submission of the state insti­ tutions bill, with a sufficient num­ ber of signatures. These are Madison, Granite, Sweet Grass and Chouteau. Ten more have yet to file. Butte. May *26 —A female “ Jack the peeper,” who has nightly ter­ rorized women and children on south Montana street for weeks was arrested by Detecttve Bowell and O’Donnell. When taken to police headquarters the woman was found to be entirely dressed in black, fitting the description of the “ Mysterious woman in Black” who is wanted for tiring the home of J. Sullivan at 521 West Silver street. An investigation devel­ oped that the jailed woman was not the fire bug. When tried in police court to­ day on vagrancy charges the wom­ an gave the name of Mrs. Minnie Graham. One dozen framed studies, values up to 35c, one to a customer at 10c each. One hundred new studies now on display at the Choteau Wall Paper and Art Store. S $ $ t fo r 1915 THE MONTANAN has its line of calendars for the year 1915, and( with= out question it is the In T h i s Section far excelling the ones handled’ by us during the past year. W e are selling them at a very reasonable figure. We> will If you have not ordered your calendars for next year come in and loold^over our samples The printing on these calendars will be done right here in Choteau, thus insuring the correct spelling of names, and also saving] considerable in express charges. M o n t a n a n J s % $ $ $ t % % s

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