The Choteau Montanan (Choteau, Mont.) 1913-1925, July 03, 1914, Image 5

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S ^ 0 @wea|i@ise®ags@HS*Ì 8 i, cop^;inihi 8 ter>cbrdially.welcome 8 ; f I <• * Ijp f i : F i r s t M ; - ! E . C h u r c h . :p v A t the FIriit Methbdtstr'Eplscoiiil .ch u r c i \Rev. Percy Reld McM»ban pastor, regular . ; 4 .services are ,as followsr. Mornine church ser- s : vices, i0:30; Sunday School.: 11:30: - Epworth League. 7:00 p. na.: Evening Service. 7:45 p. m. I ' All friends and visitors.; receive a cordial welcome'at this c h nrch... , ' . Choteau Lodge No. 44 A. F. & A. M. Meets the first and third Wednesday of •each month at 8 o’clock p. m. E. E. CRAWFORD, W. M. L. A. FOOT. Sec. Fidelity Chapter. No. 18 O E S* > ? ** * irY< Meets ain 2nd an 4th Wednesdays of each month. ’i ■' ’ . MRS.,CRAWFORD. ,W. M. MR9. E. N. HAUGEN. Sec. Odd Fellows. Ohoteau Lodge No. 11 meets Saturday ntghth at 8:30 o clock at their hall in the Connor building. Visiting brothers always welcome OSCAR ODENWALD. N .G. C. H. CONNOR, Sec’y. Queen Rebokah lodge meets 1st and 3rd oiftiui ui euuu iiiuaiu iiiwi iuo Subordinate iuugo. Choteau Encampment No, U meets 1 st and 3rd Fridays of each month. H. T. RnOADE C. P. E. L. JOURDONNAIS. Scribe --y-...T T S r if . urnished room's forìrènfc vlri: quire of Mrs.'Angus^Bruce. . c' : . 4 ’ f ’ f * If. ' VT'y’. .S ’ f * . - . ' l ' *, ; Deco'rate yqur autqs and get'in thhiparade on July 4th. \ Mrs. Cha9. Frost and children have returned from ■ a' visit with relatives in Great Falls. ;Born,xqn Sunday, June 28,1914, to the7wife of Harry E. Adams, of tbis'city, a daughter. Tents, Awnings and all kinds of canvas goods. See 'Boss Houck, the Choteau hardware dealer. FOR SALE:—A couple of good driving teams; also buggies and harness. C. D. Yeager, Choteau. Tin work of all kinds. First- class work, prompt service at right prices. Ross Houck, hard­ ware, Choteau. Rasmus Fagerlie was in the city last Monday, on his way home to Bynum after a short stay at Al­ hambra Hot Springs. Chevalier Lodge No. 12 K of P Meets on Thursday night of each week, A. O. BURBANK. 0. O. A. O. WARNER. K. of R. & S. Benevolent Order of Deer Meets on first and third Mondays of each month m the Connor hall. Visiting members invited to be present. A. O. POND, President. DR. C. J. B. STEPHENS, D E N T I S T Graduato University of Michigan. Ann Arbor ( 1 , ■ . ■ -* '• < !! 'I * f i Sign: • Choteau. . The Golden Tooth Montana Dr. E. J. CRARY DENTIST Office in the \McDonald building Choteau, Montana. ' HENRY D. ROBISON, Pres. • JAS. T. ROBISON. Sec. The Teton County - # Abstract Co. Prompt attention given to alt branches of Abstract work. CHOTEAU. - MONTANA Bakery & Cafe S O O SO N , Prop. SHORT ORDER LUNCH Bread, Pies, Doughnuts, Cakes Chop Suet) and Noodles Best Meals in town for the money South Main St. Choteau, Mont. d r . h . j . M c G r e g o r Physician & Surgeon Eyes Tested and Glasses Fitted Office in Huseth bldg., Choteau “ o HARMON T. RHOADS Physician and Surgeon Eyes Tested and Choteau, Glasses Fitted Montana A. C. WARNER U.’ S. Commissioner Notary Public Conveyancer Title Abstracter Choteau, Mont SPR IN G C R E E K D A I R Y Fresh milk and cream delivered in bottles, at Choteau, every morning of the year. Pure and wholesome. JO H N LYON, Proprietor County Surveyor Ward left the first o f the week for the northern portion of the county to look after road business in that neighbor­ hood. FOR SALE:—Chester White pigs, two and three months old. Good healthy stock. ED. DENNIS, Choteau. Born, on Monday, June 29, 1914, to the wife of Ernest Mc­ Cullough, of this city, a son. Mother and boy are reported as doing nicely. Guy S. Jameson, deputy in the county clerk’s office, left for Cut Bank Tuesday morning to be present at the special meeting of the county commissioners to be held in that city Wednesday and Thursday to consider road matters. Mrs. Ed. Bailey and Mrs. Wm. Cowgill will entertain the Ladies’ Industriili at the home ■'of\■’the latter on July 8th, from three to five o’clock. A 25c lunch will be served for the benefit of the Industrial. At a practice game of baseball on the local diamond last Sunday afternoon, the regulars were de­ feated by the “ scrubs” by u score of 5 to' 3. The batteries were DeMars and Crawford for the regulars, Jay Jameson and “ Bing” Hodgslciss for the scrubs. E. J. Roberson was umpire. E. E. Leech and wife, ofValier, and A. E. Leech and wife, of Dupnyer, were in the city Wed­ nesday on their way to their homes after an auto trip which took them through the cities of Kalispell. Butte, Helena and Great Falls. They made the trip from Boulder to Choteau on Tues­ day, and state that they encoun­ tered good roads for practically the entire distance. Dick Myer, who was arrested last week on a charge of assault in the first dt gree for having attacked Fred Bornman with an axe, was given a preliminary examination before Justice DsHaas last Satur­ day morning and was bound over to the district court. His bail was fixed at $300, which he has been unable to furnish, and as a consequence is now a star boarder at Jailor W a llei’s hotel. Messrs. McGlenn Bros & Smith have leased the Choteau creamery and they expect to re-open the place within the next two weeks. At present they are engaged in putting it in a sanitary condition as well as making many necessary repairs in the machinery. Mr. Smith is a practical creamery operator, and it is to be hoped that the plant can be scccessfully conducted under the new tuange- menfc. There is certainly no good reason why the people of this section should he compelled to ship in their buttor from the east, ^ H A T S ^ I r s r iT .'iA T ^ S m ith ^ l offeringJierdladies’. hats at/cost#^ ,i I , Mi ss Json n ieM alone,, o f>Lun,, ington/ yisited with friénds ih:thi9 uity'theïfif^tjof the week. , 'fw ¿ a FOR S À L E --T wo lots in the Cowgill addition. Inquire at - the: méat-market.' . . .W; H. Fincher, of Bynum, was a business*visitor in Choteau yes­ terday. \ FOR SALE—Millinery ' stock and fixtures, cheap if taken -at once. Apply P. O. box 217. D. E. Stansbury, of the Black* leaf, was a visitor at the county seat yesterday. , j John Harrington and John D. Godwin, of the Deep Creek coun­ try were yisitors in the county seat Wednesday. If you have any tin work or repairing you want done, call on Ross Houck, the hardware man. W ANTED-A woman to do farn- ily laundry each week. Apply to Mrs. F. S. Doege. Miss Margaret Hurd came in from her ranch near Bynum last Wednesday evening and will stay here with friends until after the Fourth. WANTED—Lady to introduce first-class line of goods. All on spare time. Good pay. Address, Mrs. E. J. Boe, 115 10th. street, south, Great Falls. Mont. Dr. Henry Beaupre returned the first of the week from his ranch in the Sweet Grass country. He was accompanied by his daugh­ ter, Mrs. P. H. Gorham, of Sun­ burst, who will visit in this city for several weeks. Call and see our complete line o f buggy and harvester whips! cost­ ing from 25 cents to $3. Best val­ ues ever offered, to the Choteau trade. It will pay you to see our special 35 and 50 cent whips. Cbas. Connor and Sou. 'For Sale^Ohe light wbrk horse,; broke for saddle and buggy, 8 years old; perfectly gentle. CONRAD SMITT, 4t49pd. Limington, Mont. Lost—Between Choteau and Sun River Canyon, by way of Gilman, a ladies gold watch, small size, en­ graved S. J. C. on case. Suitable reward will be paid if return to the Montanan office. Artorney T. H. Pridham, Un­ der Sheriff Ganong and Justice DeHaas have been in Helena this week as witnesses in the district court in the suit brought by one Swaza against the Hennengsen Land Co., for damages for al­ leged false arrest. Sheriff Malone, o f Toole county, came over from Shelby Monday evening, bringing with liitn a citizen o f that county who will be given treatment at the county hospital for a time. Up to the present time Toole county has no place provided in which to care for the unfortuuate poor of her section. Mrs. Jos. A. Baart went to Great Falls Wednesday morning in response to a message stating that her husband had been ser­ iously burned and was a patient at the Columbus hospital. The report was circulated here that Mr. Baart’s automobile had met with a mishap and bad been de­ stroyed by fire and that Joe had been seriously burned. Fortun­ ately the report was only partially true. The accident happened in a garage at Great Falls, when a pan of gasoline .caught fire in some manner and. while throwing the burning pan out of the building Mr. Baart was slightly burned on the hands and about his face and neck. The suto was not burned at all, and. the injuries to Mr. Baart, while painful, are not of a very serious nature. He is out of the hospital again, and is now back in Choteau. r*1 W, V*’' ■ .- ¡j. - - , - - -, , • • --•- . V- • -------- - , , -A,- ' ■. ; -• V -r-! T ' • ■. -V.- * ...... ...... .. ’ ri V /’ ••’ÿ ' î i ..-•V V>. - Ü’ .í V\ :j , ■;/ ' • *• j. L A i i Î Ê s l H O M E I/O URN A L P A TTER N S / r' CORSETS, M ■. - »V ' v'; We have decided to continue our record breaking 25 per cent Discount 5ale on Men*8 suits until after the Fourth. This will give everybody a chance to get that Fourth o f July suit at the following remarkable reductions in p rice . Com e early and make your selection. Every suit in the house. Blue Serge Summer Suits included. Was $ 2 0 . 0 0 Now — Was $ 2 5 . 0 0 N o w .— Was $ 3 0 . 0 0 Now — Was $ 3 5 . 0 0 . Now — .15.- 18.- .22- A * _ ’ About 2 5 pairs, all sizes. These are samples G *0} JVlCn S wxioras, an(/ odd pairs. Values to $ 5 . 0 0 , to close • e actual $ 3 . 5 0 While they last 5 0 Boys’* and Youth’s Oxfords, $ 2 .00 1 M e n ’ s S u m m e r R a i n C o a t s We have replenished our large stock and can fit large, small, short or tall men. These are good valves. $ 5 . 0 0 t o $ 3 0 . 0 0 Mens Summer Under­ wear. Wilson B ros / Full cut, closed crotch, Athletic union suits. $ 1 .2 5 and $ 2 . 0 0 M en’s Neckware. Large flowing ends predomi­ nate this season. We have them in all the new­ est colors and patterns. 5 0 c 7 5 c $ 1 .0 0 M en’s Hats. A l l styles, in felts and Panamas. A s k to see our $ 6 . 5 0 Panama— some hat. Somebody is going to own 2 lots on.Main street after 10 o’ clock p . m., July 3, 19 1 4 . I T M I G H T A S W E L L B E YO U Jos . Hirshberg & Co. T H E HOME OF QUALITY J. M. Weaver was a visitor in Great Falls’ Wednesday. Until fui-ther notice, I will answer all cash calls left with Choteau Drug Co. W. J.DeCoursey. Mrs, C. H. Connor and sons, Aldin and Vivian, autoed to Great Falls last Tuesday to meet Misses Hattie Everson and Bes3 McDan­ iels, of Three Forks, who will visit at the Connor home in this city for a few days. Rev. L. F. Haley, of the Epis­ copal church, returned the first of the week from Butte, where he has been attending the church conference. On his way home he stopped off in Great Falls over Sunday, filling the pulpit of the Episcopal church in that city Sun­ day evening. Board without room $6 per week. Board and room, $8.00 per week Three good roomsto rent, furnished, $12.00 per month. Dwyer Bros, piano, practically as good as new, fine tone, for sale for $250. Mrs. C. L. Monroe Choteau. Hugh Rose, of Brady, has been a visitor at the county seat for several days this week. In com­ mon with many other citizens of the Brady country Hugh says that Conrad as the county seat of «i new county has no particular at­ tractions to him. A dancing pavilion, 50x80 feet in size, has been built just south of the Glenloyd hotel, by the ho­ tel management. The pavilion will be used also for roller skat­ ing, during the summer evenings. The first dance will be held this evening, the music to be fur­ nished by the Parker 5-piece or­ chestra. The Glenloyd intends to spare no expense to provide amusement and \recreation I for their guests and patrons. FRED and BESSIE COSTELLO, World Champion Jockey PLlers. MARIE DAVENPORT, AND Mile. MINNIE SWEENEY, Acknowledged Cham­ pion Lady Principal Eoucstriennes. RALPH DOWSER, EncUnJ’s Famous Jockey. 300-REAL CIRCUS ARTISTS-300 50-REAL FUNNY CLOWNS-50 10-ROYAL TOKIO JAPANESE-10 “ BLACK DIAMOND,\ THE BALL-ROOM HORSE Ross Ashcraft’s High-School Dorses FAMOUS WIZARETTE WIRE FAMILY INCLOOINC OKLAHOMA DAN, Champion Buclunz Bronco Rider o f the WorW. MOUNTAIN NELL Champion Rifle Shot o f the World. ORIGINAL DEADW00D STAGE COACH. One Hundred People In a Thrilling Spectacle “THE HANGING OF THE HORSE THIEF.” A Real. Genuine Western Story Sioux Indians. Cossacks. Mexican Boll Fighter», AM ) DO Greatest Bunch ol Bucking ’ Broncos ever exhibited. $ .ARGEST ELEPHANT -Largest Beast that Walks—Larger than Jumbo POSITIVELY *1 EXHIBITED WITH , YANKEE ROBINSON. THE BIGGEST BRUTE THAT WALKS THE EARTH. 10 KEEPERS TO GUARD DDL Finest Horses Ever Exhibited T H E P A R A D E T E L L S T H E S T O R Y | 1 0 1 STARTUHfi HEW FEATURES FOB 19'. Yankee Roblntort. Texa* Bill. K o n g o , T h e Largest Elephant on E a r th, T h e W orld*» G r e a test Bareback R iders, Including A lbert Davenport, Fred and B e ssie C ostello, Marie Davenport, MBe. S w e e n e y , Ralph H o w s e r. Ross A shcraft*« H igh .School H o rses, Capt. B a c k * « Sea Lions. Patriot)*« Zouaves, together w ith 3 0 0 C ircus A r t ists. C o w b o y s , Cow g irls, C o s s a c k s , Indians, M exicans Butt fig h t e r s , and th e Greatest Bunch o f B u cking Broncos ever E x h ibited, T mv » Shows -Circus and Wild W e st—For One Admission WILi POSITIVELY exhibit rkin or KHINE C h o t e a u , SATURDAY, JULY 11, 19L4

The Choteau Montanan (Choteau, Mont.), 03 July 1914, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.