Geyser Judith Basin Times (Geyser, Mont.) 1911-1920, January 02, 1913, 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 on all Heaters bought , before Jan. 15th. We Need the Room You need the Stove So Buy Now Harney & Adams Hardware Co. GEYSER, MON 1 . Market Report [Corrected Thursdays] The follow* prices are in force at the local eleor at the time of going to press: No. 1 Northern wheat, per bti . _$0.59 No. 2 Northern, per bu. .56 , No. 1 Turkey Red, per bu__. _ .58 No. 2 Turkey Red per bu '6 Flax, per bu .98 Barley, per cwt 75c to 90c Oats, per cwt 65c to 90c I3YRON DeFOREST • Oillector of Bad Bills Office over Strain's Grocery ‘ Store. Great Falls, Montana. Geyser Locals Fresh dried fruits at lowest prices. Cash Grocery. 40t1 Over shoes, for men, women and children at rigil prices. Cash Grocery 40tf. west on Monday mornings passenger. P. B. McAllister had business at Belt the first of the week and took M niday mornings tiain for that point. P. J. O'Hara and W. H. West- brook were business visitors at the Falls on Mondoy. Likewise Mike Clen- denning. Mr. and Mrs. Stevens and children left Monday morning for Big Sandee, where they will visit a brother of Mr. Stevens. They will also visit his father aid mother who are visiting there, who are out to this country from Michi- gan. The Geyser Meat Market I Iarry Thompson, Proprietor. The Best of Fresh and Salt Meats always On hand. Geyser Mont. Phil. Shaw has been confined to his bed with an attack of erycipilas this week. Every merchant in town is putting in the weet taking an invoice of his goods and counting the profits and losses. Ralph Proper was a visitor at Rayns- ford last Saturday. Raynsforh is a pleasant place to visit. School commences next Monday. Irwin Buckner of Hedges came up last Sunday afternoon and is spending a weeks vacation visiting his father, 0. Buckner. Rev. '1'. H. Haney of Stanford, pas- tor of the Presbyterian church, was married last week to Miss Edith Bishop of Montrose Colo. They were married at Great Falls. Mrs. Hutton and daughters, and When you have a cold, always use Mrs. Sanders were passengers going Foleys Honey and Tar for sale at Cash Grocery. 40t1. During the gentle zephyr disturb- ance last Sunday night, the partly con- structed ice house of Harry Thomp- son, the butcher, was moved out of line about three feet, fortunately the house stayed on his own lot. E. A. Pelton, representing the Minneapolis Threshing Machine Co. was in Geyser the first of the week a id We understand. is more than satis- fied with this point for the establish- ment of a branch of that machine com- pany. They will probably erect a large machine shed next spring. For Sale—.\ good second hand 20 h. p. engine been used one year. in good condition.—Inquire of elevator man. Harry Smith who owns a pleasant little ranch east of Geyser, has been busy this winter taking 'care of his chickens and has brought his brood up to a point where they are a paying proposition and in another season Mr. , Smith will not care how high eggs get— he will have all he can use. Last Sunday a wind and sand storm visited this section and for a while it , was something fierce, blowing over small buildings and scatteting minor things all over. Those living in the 'east end of town are rejoicing over the fact that every time the wind blot s they have a genuine Christmas. for all they have to do is to go out and pick most anything they are in need of. New Years morning found this sec - !ion of the country enjoying the last end of storm which has been making it disagreeable for the states on the western coast, and was one of the N worst it hich they had experienced for 1.11•11 years. Here the weather was not cold Ilint there was somewhat of a blizzard 0=0 0=IOri 0 01:301 0E30 t0E:1101 ° The Buffet and Restaurant. 11 PROPER BROS. Props. • Wines, I iquots and Cigars. r ), Lunches Served at all Hours 0 14401 , 101=10, 1C=01 1001, , r raging to meet the early New ear risers. Piano and Organ Lessons Do yon have a Piano or Organ and can you play? Mrs. Dudley has set- tled in Geyser and is a teacher of both piano and organ and will take a limited Mr. and Mrs. Boswell were Great -- - Falls visitors last Saturday. Mrs. Wm. Stetted has been con- fined to her bed the fore part of . he week, suffering with an attack of the grippe. 'theMontana Ranch Co who owns a farm a short way from town, wish to give notice to those who are taking boards and other material from the place that they had just as %tell hatift • right now as to is alt %mill someone is arrested. It has been going on for some time until one building is all gone and another is going fast. For Sale or 1 rade-160 acres of Minnesota Land, would consider land in the Judith Basin or a Stock of NI er- chandice.—Inquire at this office. (Considerable electric light fixtures ; h .ve arrived at this point and ev er)-1 wing would indicate that the Power c_0=0=loc30 company was going to give us . achance to light up. The shipping of sup- g plies to this point is not enough to sitisfy those who will put in anywhere: • from 2 to 3 hundred lights and tht y are waiting for the company to come out Rat -footed and say they will fur- .0 nieh the electricity, and principally 'II 0 when. Several are waiting for this assurance and the work of wiring busi- ness places and residences will con - mence. W. C. Poulsson of Ft. Benton, was here several days the first of the we k, assisting the Missouri River Lumber people in taking invoice. The job is not a small one, as they have a +ery large stock and plenty of dry lumber on hand, waiting for the spring build - mg. Plowing contract to let — 400 acres for May and June breaking, mould boards plowing prefered. E. C. Tamherg, Merino Siding Mont. 400. 0 A L Building Material Missouri River Lumber Co. GEYSER—SPION KM' Excitement at Dover. Dover was a lively place for a sho t time Christmas afternoon. About three o'clock the alarm was spread that Phippens barn was on fire and help was hastened to the scene but was too I late to save the barn fir:tin being burned ' to the ground. Two horses and some harness were burned up with the barn. Stockholms saloon was saved by the most arduous efforts of the bucket'bii- gade. A rather modern method of fighting fire was employed. While some were working getting buckets others were breaking bottles of pop and beer against the side of the build- ing thus staying the flames until the buckets could be secured.—Stanford World. Congregational Church Announcements:—(Friday Jan. 3nd 11 C. R. Johnson 0 0 OOb to0 0 0 Clothing & Gents Furnishings. Tulkaa nakemaan minun tavaraitanne ja kysmaan hintoja cunctikuin munatta ostattc. New Records Just Received: When You Marry a Girl For Looks. The Looks mr.y look all right, But you'll be kept busy with eyes and hooks Pulling the strings up tight. Oh, What I Know About You. My Mother has a Light In the Window for Me. Let Me Wrap You in My Big Red Shawl. Broncho Bob Wins a Bride. .The . Standard Records. r • I carry a com- plete line of new Records. .Conte and hear them. Get a few for the Holidays. C. R. JOHNSON. P 61:10) ot=t0=01:=0 01:30 11 0 0 0 II 0 R ev. Dennis of B e l t h e m c ai n n i good thing we have to boast of. Thurs. Jan. 9) services last Sunday forenoon. He dozen houses you'd be rented. Friday evening—Choir practice at had time to make us a pleasant call ' 1 Meredith Bros. have taken a lar. , e A. A. Freseman's. All members are before he returned Monday morning, i contract to bail hay and are at work on requested to be present. I the school section . . seven miles s u h . Lee Bennedict has moved . into his : Sunday Morning— of town. They have a lot of work in Geyser—Sunday School at 11 o'clock new house, haying nvived his finise- si l zht and will probably be kert iisy Merino—Sunday School at 10:30: hold goods in from thecountrytIe the remainder of the winter. Church at 11:30. Sunday Evening— Song Service. -7:30 p. m. Address. 8:00 Subject—\A New New Year.\ firs of the week. Harry Thompson and family spew New Years with Mr. and Mrs. Berg- e on, and ihe !miller shop is as closed from Tuesday afternoon unit' todav noon. The large majority of the people in Geyser own th rmn homes. which Thursday afternoon regular nieet speaks well fur the place. There are ing of ( Ladies Aid Society. Part of the Church is to be fitted up as a school room the latter part of the week. This however will rather increase than decrease the seating cap- acity of the room. At this beginning of the New Year let us resolve to make our time count. Jesus said - My Father ‘Vorketh hoherto, and I work. - And we as the sons and daughters of our Heaver+ Cather, are Co Workers with H im. To be sure when God made this world. He did it without any of us. We did not help scoop out lake bed!-. or pile tip the Rockies. No human , architect or artist designed or executer! , the colors of the rainbow. - But now ( ;odis building a ncw humanity. graUder than an or star. and he permits us to be co-workers I with himself. - !lard work: the teach- a'de spirit; Confidence in our ability to Man in a ‘Vednesday Evening—Prayer meet- ing at the parsonage -7:30. Subject \An Ancient New Years Resolution.\ 0 number of scholars. She is A Vradll - ' do things; Attributing the I•est motives II I ate of the Conservatory of 1\lii•ic of to every man's actions: With charif Minneapolis and has taken the B. NI. ' for all and malice toward none.\ If degree and is a pupil of William II.. we can weave these five strands mop o ISherwood of Chicago. Very best of the silver cord of life, we shall certamli a references. Address for appointment i , achieve results beyond our 0 Geyser, Mont. Adi38 thusiastic expectations. OCION ilicOt - no houses for e which is :motile! A The Dodge ice 't 'atinpany have had a crew o at work all the w, ek gathering OF. liars et re\ ice. They have filltd about all of the ice how- s there are in town and have been busy lir:idol ) ; cars which are shippe I to other places. The harvest this year is of sp'endid quality. clear as crystal and , )f MI a foot thick. This country is n fled for its two crops per year. II 0 01=10 L— 0=0) *0IZI0L. J0tC , , SJ Wit cxte JO to att ettt erreting5 for a Vrnperou5 anb ii)appp Nett) War. 11111111111111111111111111=1111111111111= First State Bank, Geyser. Montana. Qpio °mot omo ,„ 0 0 0 F . •

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