Geyser Judith Basin Times (Geyser, Mont.) 1911-1920, November 14, 1912, Image 8

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uctiont. having decided to quit ranching, I will sell at Public Auction, 6 miles north of . Geyser on Main road. Commenc- ing at 1 o'clock p. m. sharp. MACHINERY - 1 McCormick Binder 1 Deere Mower 1 Disk 1 Empire Drill 2 Cultivators. 1 Spring and Spike Tooth Drag 1 Wagon 1 Wagon, Complete 1 Hay Rack 1-2 interest in Fanning Mill 1 Saddle 2 Sets Harness 1 nearly new 1-2 Interest in Pair of Scale 1 Riding and Walking Plow 125 foot Hay Rope, Scythe and Snath rat( r CEVEZ.' , 1712IETEMITinniElil C 1.1-1 ' ) Oi r A la t e. . All sums of $20 or under cash, r • \I 6 month time on bankable paper at 10 per cent inst. 1 Buggy STOCK - 3 Work horses 80 Hens and Chickens 6 head of Cattle HOUSEHOLD GOODS 1 Cookstove 2 Couches 1 Bedstead and Springs Commode and Dresser Other Articles to Numerous to Mention &ELLEY -;;FIONEER. 9 111/11111M111/MMICININIMI=IIIR A.- A. FRESEMAN CLERK. LEE M. & J. Mi. BENEDICT, OWNERS. r Friday, Nov. 22. VERMO i I .and Comms- ..• Nlerino Union •iation a beautiful plat , of ground in the south : cf ertivn seven. prevail upon tile Long Investment Co. to open up the townsite soon so we may get a! . • iri tore and other conveni-i • t s. c n o ti id all be very greatful to them, as this community is in great need of these latter accommodations. John Sivingston and Jean Alger are loading a car of wheat at the siding this week. There will be several cars loaded here yet this season. • Miss Lore Marvel is putting in some time on her homestead this week. E. C. Fanburg is fenceing his new possessions south of his hone - stead. Leslie Wright was calling on his Bench neighbors Sunday. The chicken fry given by the La- dies of our church was an enjoyable affair we regretted very much the ab- sence of our Pastor and some others. We of Merino did not all vote for the party which will be in power after March first but Mr. Wilson will be our -next president and we hope the American people will with one accord , uphold the administration in every sence of the term. In this way there will be no cause for friction for hard times, and happiness and prosperity I will prevail. Murphy-Maclay Hdw. Co. •••••1011111M S h fi f ea a v n y d Hardware Paints, Oils and Varnish GREAT FALLS onarratrroota. MONTANA 'wows Mb • In • dillt+ 4.+4111+1110•41111 , •41. 4 1111• ele•Mo• db. 4110•11.•41111•01i• ale* Oh i LIQUORS i The 1 Silver Dollar i • i Saloon I 1 CIGARS I I 01 0 •4111.01•111110•410•10•41110 • ea • op . ei • op • se . we • ao 4 GM • ow . ft, .4, George S. Kneer, Nop. American and Budweiser GEYSER, MONTANA ' Beers 1 . 4. •• - • - - • - 414-41-41-41-4 , --•-• *4.4-4-11. The Great Falls Hotel Fitzgerald & Foster, Proprietors European Plan A First -Class Cafe in Connection • 0••••-••-••-•••-•••• ••• • •-• • • 1 a over that amount KNERVILLE M. and Mrs. H. B. Dickinson took dinner at the Bain home Tuesday. Dr. Brant was a caller in the neigh- borhood one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Harris-. are having a house built on their ranch. Mrs. J. P. Manfield and son re- turned from a visit with relatives at Shelby and Great Falls. Another granary has just been com- pleted on the Bain ranch. M. J. Troy and family have moved to Stockett for the winter. Ed Boyd was a business visitor in Geyser Wednesday. UPPER ARROW CREEK Pete Hemenway left Sunday for his home in Indiana. Howard Richard who has been in Seattle for the past month i visiting aniong friends around Geyser again. Wm. Kernaghan and son Eddie left Tuesday for Seattle where he is going to spend the winter. Mrs. Dorothy Hopkins made a bus - ness trip to Lewiston Saturday. Miss Edith Kernaghan who has been visiting her brother, Wm Ker- naghan for the past few weeks left for her home in Belt Wednesday. Mrs. M. Kernaghan from Belt was visiting friends Saturday on Arrow Creek returning Sunday. Thomas Keiser was a visitor a t James Todd's Monday. Miss Eva Braun daughter of M and Mrs. Wm. Braun has beer vety ill for the past few days. Miss Mae Todd was a visitor it the Alex Stronach home Monday. Clock Bean Bag. A clock game that may be played oui of doors Is clock bean bag. For this the circle is twelve or tfteen feet In diameter. Small boxes. pref- erably of wood, are placed aroutd the circle numbered consecutively as in the face of a clock. Each person is given a different col- ored bean bag to play with and piny begins simultaneously. the Players standing side by side at the center of the circle. The object of the game is to see which pinser can throw his bat into each box in turn and most unickly (Wish the circuit. After each throw he must return to the center of the ctr- ele and begin again. Of course he does not progress except as he really throws his bag Into the right numbered box. SNAPSHOTS AT NOTABLES Czar Ferdinand, Ruler of United Bulgaria. United Bulgaria is the largest and most powerful of the independent Bal- kan states that compose the coalition against the Ottoman empire. It is bounded on the north by Roumania, from which it is separated by the Dan- nbe: on the west by Servia and Mace- donia, on the east by the Black sea and on the south by the Turkish prov- ince of Adrianople. Bulgaria was cre- ated by the treaty of Berlin In 187S. Eastern Ilnumella. likewise a creation of the Berlin treaty. was intended to form an 'autonomous province, but since the successful revolution at Phil- Ippopolis of 1885 it has been incorpo- rated with and now forms an integral portion of Bulgaria. The main cause of the outbreak is that the independent Balkan states bordering on Macedonia demand auton- omy for that state and for Epirus. Bul- garia. Servia, Montenegro and Greece have succeeded for the first time in ig- noring all petty jealousies and uniting in their demand that Mohammedan Turkey shall free the Christians of Macedonia and Epirus from oppression. Ferdinand, czar of the Bulgars, suc- ceeded Prince Alexander of Batten - berg as ruler of Bulgaria in 1887 and was proclaimed czar In 1908. At the time of his election he was duke of Saxe -Coburg and Gotha. His mother was Princess Clementine, daughter of Louis Philippe of France. an he is re- lated to nearly every crowned head in Europe. He is fifty-one years old and has been twice married. His first wife was Princess Marie Louise of Bourbon and his second Princess Eienore of Reuss-Kostritz. To Guard Pupils' Health. Dr. Ira S. Wile, who has just been appointed a member of the board of education of New York city by Mayor Gaynor, holds a unique position on the board. His special province is safeguarding the health of the school children. Mayor Gaynor wrote to Dr. Wile: \I am appointing you a member of the board of education. My object in doing so is to have you enter system- atically into the work of examining Into the health of the children in the public schools and taking scientific means of Prevention and cure. \Among other things the eyes, ears and teeth of the children should be DR. IRA IL WILE. carefully looked Into. It Is almost im- possible to have it healthy body with- out good teeth.\ A native of Rochester and about thirty-five years of age, Dr. Wile has won an enviable repntation In medical circles for skill In treating diseases peculiar to children. Ile is In the chil- dren's department of the Vanderbilt clinic and is the editor of the Meelleal Review of Reviews and of the depart- ment of snrgiuni moclology of the Amer- ican Journal of Surgery. Dr. Wile w as grehinated front the University of Rochester In ISitS mid from the medi- cal school of the University of Penn- sylvania in 1903. After leaving the hitter school he began practice in New York city, The Best Wagon for the Money—The John Deere Iron Clad. Our other machinery needs no recommendation— John Deere and McCormick Lines See H. C. Lyng for Prices Belt Hardware Co. Geyser—Belt—Raynsford—Spion Kop Hotel Geyser Geyser, Montana 11•1/1•11101111••11. American Plan $2.00 per Day Special Rates by Week or Month first -Class Service Special Attention to Commercial Travelers ANDREW HEDMAN, Probr. —— D ETROPOLITAN„ FURNITURE COMPANY Dealers in Everything f t '( / /e r Home Furniture, Rugs, Stoves • & Ranges, Crockery, Kitchen Utensils, 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 Avenue South : : Great Falls, Montana \Walk a Block and Save a Dollar\ M. E. PARRISH U. S. Commissioner GEYSER, MONTANA Land Filings and Proofs. All land office papers correctly prepared. •••++++••e•••••••• GEYSER LIVERY & TRANSFER Let Us Do Your Draying .+••-•••-•••••••-•-••-•-•••

Geyser Judith Basin Times (Geyser, Mont.), 14 Nov. 1912, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.