Geyser Judith Basin Times (Geyser, Mont.) 1911-1920, December 26, 1912, Image 3

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• \That Stove Makes Me Hot\ Is what they all say of the WILSON HEATER. We are willing to go part way to have you try one and will give Special Discount of 10 per cent Discount on all Heaters bought before Jan. 15th. We Need the Room You need the Stove So Buy Now Harney & Adams Hardware Co. GEYSER, MONT. Market Report [Corrected Thursdays] The following prices are in force at the local elevator at the time of going to press: No. 1 Northern wheat, per bu_ _$0.58 No. 2 Northern, per bu .55 . No. 1 Turkey Red, per bu_ .57 No. 2 Turkey Red per bu Flax, per bu Barley, per cwt 75c to 90c Oats, per cwt 75c to 80c • Congregational Church Announcements—(F riday Dec. Thurs. Jan. 2) Friday evening—Choir Practice at A. A. Fresemans. Sunday morning—Sund'ay at Mer- ino. 10:30. Church Service at Nler- ino 11:30. Sunday School, Geyser. . 98 55 Sunday evening—,Song . BYRON DeFOREST Collector of Bad Bills Office over Strain's Grocery Store. Great Falls, Montana. Geyser Locals a• Fresh dried fruits at lowest prices. Cash Grocery. 40tf Mrs. Seifred and Mrs. Carl Hutton were Great Falls passengers on Tues- day morning. service at 7:30. New Years address, 8:00 Wednesday evening:—Prayer meeting at the parsonage 7:30—Subject: \Over a New Road.\ H. C. Lyng was a business visitor at Stanford last Sunday. Harry Thompson and family have commenced housekeeping in the Lyng cott age. A. A. Freseman was a busines visi- tor at Stanford Monday last, returning Tuesday morning. Miss Sadie Witsier, Minnie Eddy and Mamie VanDerHuval - of - Helena are guests at the home of NIL and Mrs. Seifred and relatives during the holidays. The Geyser Meat Market Harry Thompson, Proprietor. The Best of Fresh and Salt Meats always on hand. Geyser - Mont. A Si= ) 101:101=1C1= 1:=I 0E1 0 0 a 0 The Buffet and Restaurant. PROPER BROS. Props. Wines, Liquots and Cigars. L Lunches Served at all Hours X_ °IFi° CGIR 01=0 tt Todd was a passenger for 26 Great Falls Monday morning. The Purdy Trading Co. are thank- ing -the people of this vicinity in their ad this week. Ole Osnes, the Knerville sheep man, returned from a short business trip to Helena this evening. Miss Clapper left Tuesday and will spend her holiday vacation with rela- tives at Flowree. Mont. Miss Nora Byrnes is in town from her Denton claie'and is spending a short vacation among relatives and friends. P. J. O'Hara has moved his office effects into the Cobb real estate office and will occupy that building the resr of the winter. Joe Kernaghan, the liveryman, and W. 1. Peterson the lumberman of Spion Kop were business visitors in Geyser last Saturday. Miss Isabelle Brant, of Great Falls, came down last week and spent Sun- day with her father, Dr. Brant. Miss Brant was impressed favorably with 1 Geyser, and she believes it is a good town to live in. , Over shoes, for men, women and , children at right prices. Cash Grocery , 40tf. If you know of an item of news , let us know about it so that it may • receive the proper notice. We are no mind reader and cannot get it all un- less we are told. You may have a friend visiting or some of your family away, and we not miss them. Just give us a tip and we will do the rest. A report reaches the Times that Andrew Luama, who resides fourteen miles north of Geyser, has lost his mind. County authorities have been informed and the unfortunate man will probably be taken to Warm Springs where he will be cared for. He has a son residing at Belt. There has been several real estate deals made the past week, whit h 1 , reminds one that to own a resident lot or two right here in Geyser is an in- vestment which cannot be be beat and will never decrease in value and the price cannot be forced down. The owning of Geyser real estate is not only earning a good rate of interest but the principal is increasing as the property becomes more valuable. Piano and Organ Lessons Do you have a Piano or Organ and can you play? Mrs. Dudley has set- tled in Geyser and is a teacher of With piano and organ and will take a limited mimher of scholars. She is a erai/u - ate of the Conservatory of M tisk- of 1 Minneapolis and has taken the B. NI. degree and is a pupil of Wilhim •-• Sherwood of Chicago. Very Fest of 3 references. Address for 0 Geyser, Mont. appomment \(.538 • K. Murphy has added to the appear - of his residence by a neat job of g. 'Sam Blake was on the sick list the first of the week, suffering with the grip. For Sale or Trade—I60 acres of Minnesota Land, would consider land in the Judith Basin or a Stock of Met- chandice.—Inquire at this office. Mrs. Purdy spent the Holidays with refati% es and friends at Belt going op on Tuesday morning. J. Meat returned from Lewistown Monday where he has .- been on a pleasure and business trip. Mr. and Mrs. K. Murphy is spend- ing the Holidays with her parents at the Falls, leaving here last Tuesday. If the crowds at the Geyser depot increase very much more a new and larger depot will have to be furnished. --Plowing contract to let — 400 acres . for May and June breaking, mould boards plowing prefered. E. C. Tamberg, Merino Siding Mont. 40t1. It is early to be talking base ball, but the summer sport is being talked 4, and . Geyser promises to have a nine that will be just a little better than usual next year. Miss Guthrie is back again and in ; her place at the post office. She has been absent for the past few weeks visiting her relatives at Fishersville, Virginia. Those knowing themselves still in- debted to Leverton St 'l'illotson, svill 0 please call at the First State Bank and i settle their accounts at once. 0 Leverton & Tillotson. There will be services in the Catho- lic church Sunday December 29th. Father Dennis of Belt will be here This is the first service held in the church for some time. COAL' Building Material Missouri River Lumber Co. GEysER___spioN KOP :ono 6 101=0 0= 0 =I 0=01=2 OCIO C. R. Johnson Clothin g & Gents Furnishings. Tulkaa nakemaan minun tavaraitanne ja kysmaan 0 a hintoja cuncukuin munatta ostattc. New Records Just Received: When You Marry a Girl For Looks. The Looks may look all right, But you'll be kept busy with eyes and hooks Pulling the strings up tight. 0h, What I Know About You. My Mother Has a Light In the Window for Me. Let Me Wrap You in Mw Big Red Shawl. Broncho Bob Wins a Bride. 1 0 (Th 0 For Sale—A good second hand 20 g h. p. engine been used one year, in good condition.—Inquire of elevator man. Last Monday and Tuesday were busy days in Geyser and the local mer- chants were taxed to their capacity in waiting on Christmas shoppers. So far as is known they all enjoyed a good -Holiday trade and are very much pleased to know that this little place is gradually gaining new customers, and are demanding a better grade of goods. Many new customers are trading at this point this fall and winter who are almost strangers here and they Seem to be coming again so they must he sat- isfied with the treatment they are re- ceiving. Geyser is - gradually -- gaining a reputation of being a good place to do ones trading. See us two years hence. When you have a cold, always use Foleys Honey and Tar for sale at Cash Grocery. 40tf. . The . Standard Records. I carry a com- plete line of new Records. Come and hear them. Get a few for the Holidays. 9 LI gm , C. R. JOHNSON. 6 a P 01:101\ ---- 701=0 101=0 (0=0 0 The Skelton family had a reunion at C. R. Johhnson has a changed ad Stanford on Christmas day, when all this week and part of it can be read the family were present. The Cough- • easily and some you cannot. Try it tin family spent Christmas there. anyway. • . This Your • Many hard thing in their stances. An important you will not have with their credit was possible. If you have many See us We advance Bank and Success , nfen have started in business with a capital only of ability, work, honesty and a good reputation. It is no uncommon for men thus handicapped to win out and make a success undertakings. You probably know of several such in- . factor to their success, in almost every instance, find, was their bank account. Their bank deposits may been large, but their connection with the bank, coupled energy, honesty and character, was the basis of the they were able to establish, and through credit, success arc starting out for yourself without capital, by all means a hank account with this bank. It will be a help to you in ways. for your Real Estate Loan money for final proof. FIRST STATE GEYSER, MONTANA BANK 1 7..

Geyser Judith Basin Times (Geyser, Mont.), 26 Dec. 1912, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.