Geyser Judith Basin Times (Geyser, Mont.) 1911-1920, January 23, 1913, Image 1
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•4111.• da VOL. 2. . 1) -... ... e. \ - ---....-- -,...;,.• - *4-xv:r..., :•-•:;-..'- .taiAl - tl. ' •' .: : s. , , S • .., , . 1' -- s _ - • .. 4 . .-- , -..-'.... - --- '1 .? -: --' • ‘ , - 1 •e'k e \ GEYSER, MONT., JAN. 23, 1913 0 NO. 45 Great Northern Railway's Exhibit at the Chicago Land Show. Montana is going to come into her own when the tide of continue to next year immigration pours into the Northwest, according tikthe mass of interested inquiries that were made at the Montana section of the Great Northern Railway booth during the two weeks of the United States Land Show in Chicago, from November 23 to December 8. Two hundred thousand visitors passed through the turnstile at the Land Show and the number of people who asked for literature giving information about Montana land made the immigration agents of some of the other sections of the country envious. The free homestead lands got the greater part of this call. Thousand of people who are weary of the city grind have decided to get out into the open where they can do more than eke out an existence. And Montana is the magnet for them. Twenty thousand Montana booklets were distributed by the agents of the Great Northern Rail- way and this literature did not go into the hands of people who are in the habit of dropping advertising matter upon the floor. The bulk of these booklets was given to interested visitors who made inquires especially con- cerning opportunities in Montana. The products from Montana soil which were shown in the Montana section of the Great Northern booth opened the eyes of many callers, more especially those who have been wont to look upon Montana chiefly as a grazing country. The exhibit of big potatoes, grains and other products served as a valuable missionary factor correcting the erroneous ideas oi this class of people. They went away with an exalted impression of the Treasure State. E C. Leedv. General I mmi- gration Agent of the Great Northern Railway says there is every indication that there will be a big tide of home - seekers pass through the Twin City Gateway for Montan points next I he delegation ef Megan Indians from the li!ackfoo: Reservation did their share in advertising their native state of Montana at the United States Land show. These Indians. who were the guests of Louis W. Hill, chairman of the Ward of directors of the Great Northern railway, were the cial guests of many clubs and iicieties of Chicago during the Land Show. They also called upon the mayor and other high city officials, thereby becoming the agents of con- siderable publicity for Montana and Glacier National Park. The Cowboy band which James Shoemaker headed from Riverside Ranch, near Helena, also contributed very largely to the publicity campaign for Montana at the Land Show. This unique musical organization was re- ceived with enthusiasm wherever it Oayed in Chicago. The cowboys were the guests of Louis Hill on this A Literary Society for Geyser. A large number of people have ex- pressed their desire for an old fashioned literary society, or lyceum, whose membership shall embrace all who are willing to attend and take part. The programs will consist of music, dec- larations, debates, and probably an occasional play. We believe that such an organization will meet a long ; felt need. Its success depends upon the mutual cooperation of young and old. riday evening. January 24th is probably as favorable a time to organ- i . te as any other. There will be a t ee sodlt the Congregational church Friday evening. everyone invited, the time and place for holding the sessions of the society can then be settled. Mr. Lyng has offered free use of the hall if the church is not sufficiently large, the latter place will probably he the most comfortable. as the building is, warm throughout the day. Come! Friday evening, prepared if you can. to speak, sing or play, in an emempor- raneous program. C Joughlin Bros Sprint:. . & Co. Name of Store. Louis and Fred Coughlin, and Michael Byrne Constitute the Firm. Many Improvements. Larger Stock Carried. I.ast week the stockholders of the tensive improvements in their stock of goods as well as in the building and annual meeting and it was decided to will then be able to carry a stock of drop the former name of the store and I goods that will satisfy. the average pur- adopt the name of Coughlin Bros & This store will continue as in Co., under which name it will here- after be known. The names of the chaser. the past, to allow no one to go assay Purdy Trading Co. store held their new firm are: Louis Coughlin, Fred Cougnlin and Michael Byrne. Louis Coughn has been connected with the Purdy Trading Co. for the past three years and is well and favor- ably known by everybody in this ter- ritory. Fred Coughlin, tho he has • been here only a few months is a 1 , young man whom it is a pleasure to trade with. This new firm, Coughlin Bros. & Co. intend making some large and ex- disatisfied with what they have pur- chased and by their honest policy and courteous treatment to all have gained a large circle of customers who will continue to make this store their head- quarters Coughlin Bros. & Co. start out with the flattering prospects. for they are now enjoying a most generous trade, and are keeping a nice clean store, and their goods are always the best, and the trading public appreciate it. May they live long and promer. UPPER ARROW CREEK Joseph Kernaghan of Spion Kop was visiting friends in this section of the country Friday. Howard Rickard and George Kern- aghan were visitors at James Todd's Friday. Matthew Todd who has been 1ielp- . ing H. G. Dodge haul ice, returnedI visitors week \l'hursday. home Thursday until the weather gets a little colder so they can continue fil- Mrs. R. E. Dickson Belt this week. The storms of Saturday and NIon- Monday made one think of the old fashioned blizzards on the Dakota prairies of years ago. Mrs. J. P. Bain was a guest at the I,. J. Silve home Tuesday. The first parcel post package sent from Knerville was mailed bv E. Earl and the first package received also came to some member of the Earl fa nit Is. ling the cars. Ales Stronach has shipped two car loads of fat Iambs to St. Paul. Victor Koleusch a well known rancher of Ft. Benton. is visiting friends in this section of the country. The announcement that Geyser is to have a Farmers Institute Ims aroused considerable interest, and a guess this . early, ss ould indicate that farmers are interested and mill attend in large nuns - in Iowa. He will visit other relatives Frank Southerland is visiting friends bets. February 19th is the date. Re - before he returns. member that. KNERVILLE 11Irs. 1). C. Maul )ii visited in I.ewistown Thursday. I. I'. Bain was a business visitor in Geyser and Belt last week. Watkins was a recent Stan- ford visitor. mr. and Mrs. w. A. at Harris were the Sutherland home last is a visitor in Shoveling snow was the order of the order of the day the first of the week. Extraordinary Sale of Men's Made -to -Measure Clothes. Our beautiful, rich, all wool fabrics are now being offered at Sweeping Reductions. You can save, in some cases, as much as $8 to $10 on a suit. Satisfaction Guaranteed. PURDY TRADING CO.. Our Clearing Sale is now in full blast and you cannot afford to let this opportunity pass by you without taking advantage of it. There lots of snaps and bar- g ains in all departments of Dry Goods, Clothings, Furnishings and Shoes. Come in and let us prove to you that we have the real bargains, and that everything is as we claim it to he. The items of bargains are to many to be mentioned in this paper as the space is limited. Give us a chance to show it to you. Seeing is believing. Big Bargains in Men's, Ladies and Childrens Gloves and Mittens. Wool, Fleece lined and lamblined. You can afford to buy your supply for next winter at these low prices. Bargains in Ladies Flannelette Skirts made of very god heavy flannel- ette, handsomely trimmed and nice patterns. Closing out at ollc Special Bargains in Ladies all wool, high grade Mackinaws, in very fine patterns. Don't he with- out one of these practical, stylish garments. Regular price $8 SALE PRICE . A Special Lot of Ladies Fancy Shirtwaists of a very good quality. Percale in real nice Patterns. SPECIAL . . 75c • GEYSER MONTANA