Geyser Judith Basin Times (Geyser, Mont.) 1911-1920, May 23, 1912, Image 3

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..• • •40-44-•••••-••••••10 DR. NILES, DENTIST Guaranteed Dental Work at Mod- erate Prices Rooms 1, 2, 3, 4 Vaughn Wk. Great Falls, Mont. DR. KYLE, Assistant U 11011 Neighborhood Notes SPION KOP The Spion Kop Implement Co. have begun work on their new ware- house. !Yen Jensen is. in charge of the job. C. E. Lillegard was in town Tues- day and reports that his grain is all up and growing finely. Quite a number from this neighbor- hood attended the baseball dance at ; Raynsford Saturday night. They re- port an extremely pleasant time with good company, good music and good supper. There was a spirited game of base ball here Sunday between the Ramblers' and the Geyser team, which resulted in a victory for the visitors. The score was 8 to 12, which is not so bad, con- sidering the youth and inexperience of the home team, who range from 15 to 18 years of age. Mrs. Neil Cameron returned Wed- nesday from Great Falls. where she was called by the serious illness of her father, William Paton, who was run over by a train May 1 lth. NIr. Paton lost one entire limb and the foot on the other. He is very weak trom the ' shock, and there are fears of his re- COVerY., Miss Mary Swan, who has been teaching in Bozeman for the past year is expected home next Sunday to spend her summer vacation. 6 1 U SR 'drove to Raynsford to the dance Satur- day evening. Ivan Jensen and Mr. Cook missed the train and walked down to the dance. Floyd Turner was in town Tuesday on his return to Great Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Lynch were !arming those who attended the Rayns- ford dance; also George Kernaghan and Wm. Lacy. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kernagan visited relatives in Raynsford and took in the dance. Mrs. Abe Bright returned with them and visited a few days with her sister. A fine improvement is being made in the the hotel. The staircase is be- ing closed in and an inside entrance will be made, There is also a new double window in the dining -room. MONARCH May 18th— Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Beckstrum of Kibbe) , were business in Monarch Saturday. John S. Love and daughter Miss Inez were in Monarch Saturday. Mrs. Jack Rose and her father. Frank servoss left for Prince Albert, Canada. to join her husband, who is is located there. A. '1'. Luther has finished seeding. on his ranch at Monarch, and some of his grain is up. Misses Alma and Ruth Irvine, Mist ,• Mrs. H. C. Nebel of Monarch en - Sylvia Swan and Mrs. G. B. Swan renamed the A. B. C. C.lub last Friday. Mr. A. Cunningham returned from a week's visit with relatives in Great Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Luther gave a party in honor of their daughter, Miss May Luther's, 18th buthday. There Were 70 invited guests. The visitors front Belt Park to Mon- arch were: N1r. George James, NI iss Clara James, NIL liagsley. Albert Todd, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Thomas, Florence McGee and Chas. F. Mac - Gibbon and son. Mr. J. H. Tolliver accompanied his wife to Great Falls for medical treat- ment. A large crowd from Neihart and Nlonarch went to Great Falls to see ; the 101 Ranch wild west show. ROCKY RIDGE May ittth— Messrs. John Smith and John Kesh- erman were visitors at the Nlagnuson home last Sunday. ,Joe McInnis went to Fred Mehm- ke's last Tuesday after a load of bar- ley. Wm. Davidson, who has been in , South Dakota taking treatment for cancer, returned home last week much improved. John Smith and John Spaulding were callers at Neil Cameron's last week. John Boyer is visiting a few days at the Keeton ranch. Jim Andrews was a business caller in the neighborhood last . week. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Gardner visit- ed at John Magnuson's last Monday. Messrs. Walter Anderson, John Spaulding, Sam Johnson and Miss So- phia Anderson were visitors at Neil Cameron's last Sunday. .111 the young people in this vicinity attended the Ramblers' dance in Spion Kop last Saturday night. They all rervirt it as the best dance of the season. Mrs. John Kesherman visited NIrs. I Neil Cameron one day last week. Misses Ruth and Ella Mehmke visited Miss Pearl Camercin Sunday. Let us insure your crops against hail.—FIRSTSTATE BANK. Plan to Spend Your Vacation in Glacier National Park THIS SUMMER 41If you want to live outdoors, close to nature, climb mountains, explore glaciers and see some of the most wonderful scenic beauties of the world, don't overlook Uncle Sam's newest National Playground when planning your summer vacation. 41Up on the mountains of Glacier National Park the air is laden with the fragrance of pine and hemlock that grow tall and stately in the valleys and on the mountain sides, or it bk )ws to you alive with vigor from illimitable space above the tallest peaks. Your eyes view a region of beauty at your feet, your cars hear the music of a primitive world and heed the silences of 'great places. Life is different in Glacier National Park—you can freshen up there. EIGHT NEW HOTELS Season June 15th to October 15th, 1912 fl[The Great Northern Railway is constructing eight new hotel colonies through- out the Park for the accommodation of tourists. These hotels are built on the Swiss Chalet style of architecture and splendid meals and comfortable lodgings, can be had at S3.00 per day American plan. These will be open for guests on June 1.5th. A three story hotel, which will accommodate 200 guest§ is now uncle construction at Midvale and will be ready for occupancy later in the summer. Round Trip Summer Excursion Fares 41. Round Trip Tickets will be sold for one and one-third one way fare from all points in Montana to Belton, Browning and Midvale (Glacier Nati(mal Park gateways) from I\ lay 15th to September 30th, inclusive, with final ret.-nrn limit of 90 days after date of sale. Liberal stopovers will be allowed in either direc- tion within limit at any point Browning to Belton, inclusive. 41Don't miss the opportunity to see this new play- ground. Let us help plan your vacation for you. Write for information and booklets regarding cost of trip through Glacier Nation;i1 Park to J. T. &GAMEY. Asst. Gad. Frt. ft Pus. Att.. Helms. Mutsu - See Arrive's; 'F'uss sseAT N Nog * \Y RmovA s,„,,,„„, Puttis ii RAYNSFORD Si Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Cook and children were business callers in tow n this mnumiiiiig. Geo. Hay returned front Great Falls Tuesday after attending to business matters there for a few dai s. Miss E. I.. Watson was a ‘1.`,1101 lii town Sartirday and Sunday and attend- ed the dance. H. D Lives was a visitor in Greai Falls last week and attended the 101 show. 'I lie dance given at the Commercial Hall Saturday evening was a success. Those who attended front out of town . returned a fine time. Al Hockett shipped a car of haled hay from here last week to Kansas Ni isson N1r. [ orsyth entertained his boaher 3M1 sister lietween trains Sunday. The% 1 returned to ( ;teat Falls on the evening train. Kennedy- Nlercantile Co. shipped a Car of plIlatOeS ;Mil two cars of oats lasi v2 1 :: - . k and arc loading a car ot oats 1 ,s Swan Anderson is busy plowing with his new plow outfit and is doing tine work. e has set eral contracts to fill, . NIrs. John 1Villiamson and sfaueh- ter Edna were callers in Belt Sunday. N1r. and Nits. I.andry of l'pper Otter were business visitors in town during the week. The many friends of _John 11'atkins will be sorry to hear he is not Improv- ing very fast from his attack of pneu- monia. His sister, NIrs. Rhodes. and Mrs. 1Vatk ins' sister are here at present. Raynsford now boasts a poet. (3OOST. BROTHERS, 1100ST! We can not all be president .1nd boss the villiage hoard, We can not all become the gent Who wins a mas ors reward. We can not all become the or Who rules the highest roost. But one thing we can do, say I. That's boost. Lny..brothers, boost. This town is just as good a town As anywhere you'll hit. There's naught on earth can keep it down If we keep boosting it. Let's trade at home, let's let a yell . By local pride produced. There's one thing all can do as well. That's boost, my brothers, boost. 1Vhen any fellow starts to knock This town in any way, ()or dads to dig, MIT maids to mock, Our government to Hay; Just take the knocking one aside And 'ere your hold is loosed. Just whisper gently. )arn your hide. Now boost, $iti kills-ker. boissi. - B. J. Kt-nnech UPPER OTTER CREEK NI alt Salo, a prominent merchant front Sand l'oulee. was here during the week, looking after his interests. Ni r. a%1 NI rs. Ed Landry, Sr.. were callers in.Rassisford_ Friday. . Charles Taskila purchased a horse from Clitunhers brie hers on l• oda; . Nels Nelson of K Mho was a mallet at the Lefeber it. MI Sit fiday. Mr. and Mrs. 11.irry \l'hompson , have moved to Monarch, it the; , will reside during die summer. Pete V ann m „d e , trip it the Lavoie honie . on Smulat. Mr. Whittaker is spendme a few weeks visiting his daughter. NI rs. Jas k Lane. NI r. and Nits. Ed Landry. Sr., were business callers in NIonars h Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed r. and babe, also Joe and 11/ ill Prevost were social callers at the Bergeron home on Thursday evening. Ralph Eveleth. of Dry Wolf. made a trip to the Bergeoin he me ThIlTda\ Among those who represented per Otter at the basket social given at Ow McAllister schollniMISC on Satur- day ssvening k5 ere the NI isses Nora and ( I ..111(% ParlsV lit'n4Urn11. )M4 Landry and NI is toe Qualms Ni essi Martin Grove Pete Bergeron, Will. Joe and James Prevost. All report a very eniu !. able eveniniz. Jack Lane and sister, Miss Tillie, ! were visitors at the Pinsk Cunt Sunday. Mr. and Airs. Joe I >alley and daugh- ter Agnes, also NIT. and NI rs. Ed. Lan- dry, Sr.. were entertained Sunday at the hospitable home of NIL and NITS. P(' si ( et Chas. Teskala purchased a hsid sir (Ens front ( hambeis brothers Nlonsi.0 . ienry Lefelwr and Slane\ Joni called at the hetost homy on uiid.i .; . . Modern agricultural practice demands Efficient Farm Implements i . At a Reasonable Cost . used in 1 llese Deere4ine—the the We second Call for Belt Geyser— .are in every world. have car at the prices—you'll just Hardware lielt—Raynsford—Spion found civilized unloaded of these famous Missouri be in the John most largely country at Geyser our implements. River Lumber Co. welcome. Co. Kop gliffff 11, -1111 . `•-. 1 !-.0/ 7 77 eve, 4y 4 , Dressy &Stylish shoes require brains in the designing as well as skill in making. The designer of diele..41 1 / 1 /lee shoes is an artist, a man of exceptional skill and he knows how to com- bine beauty with comfort. They're made seientifinally, trite to the natnral foot, and the pro- portions are beautifill. The arsii is NM ell supported, the instep is cor- rectly cid. The heel and toe just right. They keep their shape too, be- calsw of the excellent materials' limed together with tho skill and care iii their making. There's is style for every purpsw•c, a shape for every foot. Can't we show them to you? J. L. MERCHANT ETROPOLITAN FURNITURE COMPANY Dealers in Everything f; ie r Home Furniture, Rugs, Stoves & Ranges, Crockery, Kitchen jtensils, Trunks and Suit Cases, Beds and Bedding, Lace Curtains, Rockers, Hardware and Sewing Machines Credit Extended to Responsible Parties METROPOLITAN FURNITURE CO 412-414 Second A venue South . Great Falls, Montana \II - alk a Block and Save a Dollar\ M urphy-Maclay Hdw.Co. s helf Heavy and Hardware Paints, Oils and Varnish GREAT FALLS . • MONTANA T GEYSER LIVERY Feed and Sale Stable IC • ‘ , .../../..0=1,11/ Tt1110.111C111.1111MMIMAIIR Trade of Commercial Travelers Given Personal Attention „ The best of horses and rigs with careful drivers furnished. Leave Orders at I lotel or Barn. Draying and I hiding in Connection P. B. Mc/illister, Prop. 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Geyser Judith Basin Times (Geyser, Mont.), 23 May 1912, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.