Geyser Judith Basin Times (Geyser, Mont.) 1911-1920, November 09, 1911, Image 3

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7 , • • • 4 • 5 • 4 • .1 • Bowles' Splendi Sales Raynsford, Mont., Oct. 31, 1911. Bowles Live Stock Commission Co., Stock Yards, Chicago. Gentlemen: I received the returns of cattle sales at $7.35, and more than pleased. Words can't express my gratitude for your effort in behalf of myself and friends. Any time I can be of service to you or your firm, 1 will only be pleased to do so. Please accept thanks from us all. Very truly, PETER VANN. Others who owned cattle in this shipment that sold at $7.35 per cwt. were Mrs. Annie Van- den Hen's el and Mr. Jack Skelton. 1111111111111111ME For Highest Prices Ship to Bowles Live Stock Commission Company •••.... GEYSER LIVERY Feed and Sale Stable • • • P. B. McAllister, Prop. • paws' Trade of Commercial Travelers Given Personal Attention • The hest of horses and rigs ss oh careful drivers furnished. Leave Orders at Hotel or Barn. Draying and Hauling in Connection Geyser, Montana • RAYNSFORD' Mrs. John Prevost was a . passenger on Monday's train to Great Falls. Prof. Webster was a caller at Mr. Hanney's Sunday afternoon. Swan Anderson has his new saloon building nearing Cotnpletion. Jonas Hansen is visiting his sister jU (;red Falls for a few days. S. C. -Purdy was a caller in town last week. C. H. Shepherd is assisting at the Kennedy Mercantile Co. store for a few days. David Pemberton and Neil Cameron of Cora were business visitors in town Tuesday. Inez McConkey was the guest of Myrtle Childerhose Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs, Abe Bright went to Highwwd Sunday to spend a few days with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. Fish and Mr. and NI rs. Sam Bright are visiting friends in Highwood for a week or two. Nits. Wa tsr Kennedy and child en were the guests Mrs. B. F. McConkey on Sunday last. Mr. and Mrs. Evan Thomas were callers in Belt, returning Monday: - John Johnson who has been quite sick went to Belt Saturday to see the doctor. At last reports he was no bet- ter. \\Palter Kennedy and Mr. Proviance were business callers in town Sunday. There will be a dance in Commer- cial Hall on Saturday evening Nov. 11 to which all are invited. A fine chick- en supper will be selved at midnight. Everybody come and have a good time. UPPER OTTER CREEK Tom Bergeron and Jack Lane were called to Great Falls on Monday as witnesses in the case of Hocken vs. Purdy, which was tried Nov. 7. Sam Purdy and E. C Cook came , out from Geyser Sunday in the for - filler's automobile to make a business visit in the neighborhood. Emil Becklain, who recently went to Chicago, returned Wednesday to his home at the Vann ranch. Fred Lefebre and Jack Prevost were passengers on Monday's train for Great Falls. Mrs. Fred LefOre and daughter, Miss Vina, spent Sunday at the Cham- bers home. Misses Pansy Bergeron and Nlayme Quann were entertained Sunday at the Vann home. Miss Nora Lane, who has been spending the summer at Monarch. re- turned to her home during the week. Miss Rosa Meredith spent Wednes- ay as the guest of .Miss Hazel Lan- dry. Edgar Wood, who has had the Ed. Peterson ranch rented for the past year. sold his interest to Carl Peters( n. Sidney Jones was transacting busi- ness in Raynsford during the week. A traveling salesman selling maps, books and globes passed through here during the week taking orders. Mal Landry. Earl Dickson, Roy James and Pete Bergeron were social visitors in Geyser on \Fuesday. KNERVILLE Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Jensen and daughter were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dickinson a couple of days recently. • J. P. Bain has begun the erection of a bans on his ranch. D. C. Mac Duff- ie is doing the carpenter work assisted by Messrs. \l'illotson Delany and Watkins. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Silve returned from Great Falls last week Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Bain made a trip to the Jack Skelton ranch near Wolf Butte last Friday where they enjoyed the hospitality of r. and Mrs. Skelton. • • They also visited Stanford returning on Sunday evening. • • Herbert Dickinson spent several days • • last week visiting with friends on the Shonkm. He was accompanied on his * return by Oscar K lay who visited with • him until Tuesday afternoon. • NI is. D. C. Mac Duffle was a caller at the Mansfield and Louis Silve homes NIondar. • • Mrs. Frank Spencer and children re- • turned Sunday from a . week's visit in • . • • ( ieorge W. 13ain who spent the sum- * • mer in California is visiting his brother • Julius and family for a few weeks. • , • • Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kernagan and a friend Miss Marie Mc Donald. Mr. • and Mrs. Win. Dickinson and daugh- .11-4-** WS. • •-•-• .0-4-* • 1. • •-•-•-•-•-••-•• Are You Interested in a Home; ntiR new 45 -page book - e a Ewen. let.\ModernWestern 64Comparm ifrehitecLs atzd u i la e_ r 2161Centrzil jive .6 reat FM15.01 at. Homes\ giving exteriors and floor plans of modern. artistic residences. from three to eight rooms, all moderate price. will be Given Free to Prospective Home Builders General 1>r R. II. Armond Dr. Loreit• B. Nelson Osteopathic Physicians I Conrad Block, Rooms 7 and 8, over Strain's ter. and Mr. and Mrs, Neil Silve were guests at the J. P. Mansfield home last w eels. NI rs. Louis Silty and Herbert Dick- inson were calling at Ernest Dixon's Sunday. ROCKY RIDGE .lohn Magnuson was a business visit- or in Great Falls last week. Sigurd Ostrom of Billings visited at Emil and Rasmus Anderson's last Sun- day. A number of young people of this sectimi are planing to go to the dances in Raynsford and Spion Kop this month. [he snow storm struck this section i Dry Go G ods Store, reat Fall M s, ootaaa. • of the country before threshing was fin - B ac smit „ ii 1 1 1 , :itt ( g )i r:a o t f es ( o m f te t o h l e xi c\ h . y T. ti t l o k e i a rk o s ti \ed. The company machine is now chionic cases successfully treated. al Pete Brown's place. visited home folks a few days last week, Olfi.e hours 'r io 12 a. in.; 1 to 5 p. in. I • Both Phones 146 I Sans Johnson and Will Cameron 'returning to the ranch Wednesday. i i ailed at John Magnuson's Sunday es e- , Mi ss S u s a n lVatkins and Mrs. A. H. I lorseshoeing Wagon and Carriage Repairing Jill1Vork Guaranteed Agent for J. I. Case Machiners Get my estimates before you build, it will be to our mutual benefit. Prices always right.—A. H RUBY, Geyser. KIBBEY Threshing has been resumed this week. Gus Anderson, who is thresh- ing now, expects his oats to average 80 bushels to the acre. Maurice Gahan made a business trip to Monarch last Saturday. Those who were enabled to attend the ghost dance given in Monarch last Saturday night had a very pleasant time. Unfortunately, on account of the threshing, few were present from this vicinity. Miss Florence Saturday with her mother at Kibbey. I Mr. Leonard King and Misses And nette Callan and Elva Jones were vis- itors last Sunday at the home of Mrs. oao=oatoc=ito=toi==iontoi====tor Z . ; LaVoie spent last a 0 II C. A. Jones, 0 0 Mrs. James W. Croff. with little Clarence. and also Mrs. August An- derson were visitors at the , Kibbey school Wednesday. Maurice Caftan and sister Annette were srisito . rs in Monarch Thursday. Wilfred LaVoie and Maurice Ga- han went on a short hunting trip last week. They fully promised to bring back a deer, but as they brought noth- ing back, we concluded that the deer knew it also, and we hope the deer enjoyed the joke as much as we did. The Kibbey school will be closed FLOUR When good cooks get to- gether, REX FLOUR is always praised. Even among poor cooks, REX FLOUR saves the day. At All Good Grocers. Made by The Royal Milling Company Great rani. hionttsna 0.•-•••-.....-••-•• +iv • • 0. Do You Need FENCE POSTS? We have on hand a large stock of nice cedar posts. If you are planning to repair or build a building of any kind, it will pay you to come to us before vou build. Rankin & McCarthy Spion Kop, Montana il a hearty invitation to everybody from Geyser and vicinity to visit our stores when in Great Falls. We want to meet you, and no matter whether you want, any furniture or ranges or not we want you to come and see us. We want to get acquainted with, you and we assure you the peo- ple who read the Geyser Times will get the best we have to offer. Metropolitan Furniture Co. g - Ii 1.1 0 First Avenue South Great Falls n ,0.„. iThe Great Falls Hotel -•••-•(:). : • • Friday, Nov. 3. • it • A RMINGTON Scuyler Armstrong of Cora . passed through town on his way to Belt Sat urday.- Al Hockett of Monarch formerly of this place passed through town on his way to Great Falls last week. Mrs. Frank Spencer returned to her , home at Knerville today. Mrs Leon Nulliner visited at Raynes- ford Saturday and Sunday. Misses Hannah and Frances Jordan of Belt were visiting in town Sunday. John Richardson of Rocky Ridge Rowe were callers in Ras nesford last visited Monday. Edgar Morris a prominent business sisited man of this place attended business in so.h ChiS. inson last Sunday. 116 Central Asenue 1 - 1(.1.‘A J. A. Sanders Easy Terms Date Dash of the Wales ranch i. Belt Saturday. GREAT FALLS . NIONT.AN E WANT to extend Fitzgerald & Foster, Proprietors hurgpean Plan A First -Class Cafe in Connection 6 1 Murphy-Maclay Hdw.Co. S h I e Yeay a v nd Hardware Paints, Oils and Varnish GREAT FALLS MONTANA Geyser, Montana BEST IN PIANOS ' rePleseol fou'leen of the is gleal eo !nano facto' it's. Great Falls Music !louse mug. ; Walter and Esther An Jerson Rasmus Anderson's i Ounday. Chi is. le and John Cameron Dance and Social at Spion Kop There will he a basket social and NONE t‘lio •,....1,11 reliable help of ;my im , ines , him s tindao,. dance at Spion Kop Monday evening. t. At sh. on notice, send 141 LB. Prompt Vienna Ca HOUSTON & H EN RY is e‘pected back Irons kV isconsin soon. Will McInnis went to Raynsford on I Ill'. N1.11tlikT, , Nov. 13th, after the farmers' institute. Am mon o isos eac h or d er . Nits. Ed S. Kadsen and sons tan Several local musicians have kindly I. list A,enm.uiii1i.F a n s . \h int an d A u to, i s n e d R asmus A n d erson l ast Bell l'hone 3S: Intl. Phone 374. Sunday. offered their services tis take turns in furnishing the music. The money San) Johnson visited at Neil Came- ron's Sunday evening. John Cameron went to Spion Monday on business. Gus. Sederholm went to Spion last Sunday. 'BEST M EA LS AT When in Great Falls, visit POPULAR PRICES The Gold Bar WM. SHILAOS, Proprietor 214!/ First Avenue South Great Falls, Mont. A. C. Baumgartner, Prop. 221 First Avenue South Great I aIls. M01.1. Kop Kop raised by the sale of the baskets will be used for buying 3 stove to heat the I hall better in severe weather. Coffee I will be served to all with the basket supper and it is hoped that all ladies will come provided with baskets and I have a gixid time. S. O. HUSETH Jeweler and Optician f l b°t° 5 Money to Loan Fine l'ortraiture—Quality and Sole Prompo •Itentlou 'Risen I.:milk hou d stune by ma. INION SECIIIITI ES CO. . . . Send your films to us. Our work and •ervice u.i11 Room 40 Tod Bldg. picas/ you. II1F EKLUND ST11)10, , Cemral Gres' F•Ils. Slant. I GREAT FALLS, N,l()NT. • Con.ult this office in matters per- taining to Great I•alls and Nor- thern Montana Real Estate. T. H. LARK IN, t;,(..0 Falls Montana N : REALTY COI STARK, The Noted AUCTIONEER with a license and a diploma. Lei me Contractor and Builder know at °Ilse so I can arrange everything. Estimates Cheerfully Given It mewls one-third more so ran in the end. i Any advice free. Great Palls, Mont. Aqto Phone 217 Great Falls, Mont. J. 0. NESS . •

Geyser Judith Basin Times (Geyser, Mont.), 09 Nov. 1911, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.