The Ismay Journal (Ismay, Mont.) 1910-1933, December 23, 1910, Image 1

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I> if-' I*-/ IV. 1^ I |>L I.t |C\ ■ v, 1'*' * IftT live r? 1 1 |£r iW lur i?: it,' % ■•rV' |b>, | >:■• . |$f list* l<* I P' «v_ J$rJ m ■ • ■ ' ' '■’ ' ; T 3 J | p f r o . - Devoted to the Interests of Ismay and Vicinity. ■— ' '~?Zr T ** -.V w ' >»V» f^>v irit — '> * \ ’ <? - ;**.;«••- bi’.i >. rj ?• * i a *?•*>•?/fat ♦ . K u m fi«i;40 . 0 0 0 I N ' i, /* .7 vfr‘*fr“ LAKIN BROTHERS will ^ ac^lly ;giy^a\^ay^ ot /' t & w Years eve t urday, Dec. 31,1910, the following valuable prices: ' * fe’ No. 1— 1 Baldwin Hamilton Plano, walnut case, ivory keys, 1-3 octove, 3 pedals, German strings, worth ..................................... 9 450.00 Prize No. . ‘liOTBe f Vjt. ce ^o. ........... 5 fi ng ^nd finish, worth*- o . . !. . . . . ..... •.«,,.••• < • ■ T O *’ ---------------- * . * . - * * - — — — pivotal f i B O AS W E SAY. These prises win be? actually given aw a j *Pri. ive date are now on exhibition at our store. Bring your dollars an I t s money on every article you buy. ! * n e f * J W D r a w i n g , W i | j 3 ? C o n d y ^ e d */* ' Beginning m tcem fer 1st, we WJH give fw ith eacl^ one 'dollar purchase, a ticket good folf one ^chance on any! o f fhb prizes. -A coupon'-fs'attached to •v^ry ticket. a ^ /w H t n the ticketsflare ^ivena td-:the purchaser#.,.the coupons are placed irftbwsealedibpxes w^ch'at® 'fOPt in i each of b,ut* departments: 5 n ; December 31st, at 8:30 p. m., a committed will take charge o f all boxes •it coupons. These will be all put together and thoroughly mixed. A child trill be selected by the committee to draw.n cpoP.ph frpqji t h e ; receptacle in wfticti all coupons have been placed and the tenth nnmbe'r drawn is the Win-* WSt of the piano, the second tenth number wins the trap, arid so on until ^h'e fifteen prizes are drawn. o ’> f Yours for a Merry Christmas and Prosperous New Year. ■ m w jr | & | Square Dealers L A I V i n D I \ v O v MILES CITY Phone 78 . 605 and 607 Main St. •jpfte drawing will commence at 8:30 Saturday evening, Dec. 31st / Have Leased the J. D. 'Foster Livery' S a n amt will conduct the same during this winter Headquarters for Tee Dee Stage Line I solicit your patronage F r a n k M . S h a w * '* $++ -+4H » + 44< ! t h e M u t u a l L i f e i n s u r a n c e T * / r r* * r • • • * * C o m p a n y o f U r n Y o r k If yon love your wife arid babies protect them against want by buying a little good Life Insurance. No company is as solid as HIE MUTUAL LIFE OF NEW YOU. J o h n d e C a r l e District Manager for Custer County, MILES CITY, MONT. 4 +■»■»♦+ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ 4 f c ?« Only the Best Trees Are used in the manufacture of thelLumber we sell. Good Sound Lumber J^ine enough to use m the construction of a millionaire * palace. Experienced .carpenters and builder* recognize the. importance of gpod Lum- ~ ber. You’ll hud the majority of them are pur’eustomers- ^ * This alone should convince you that you should place your order with us- Star F. M. SCHW AET^SS^ale^ r Co. ISMAY,‘MONT S 4 ♦ » ♦ M ♦ » + 4 ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ f f j f ♦ » ♦ + + ♦ 4 4 4 4 - 4 4 - H 4 4 ♦ ♦ 4 4 + ; Tvq-. — ; : S i U i j f *its<»s:t»K rT£.^» c i - . - r \u. $-*%t ; i . i i .. - Write Your Friends Once a Week by Striding them the Ismay; Journal. It Will Only Cost You $2 a Year. w 49t*7*»*' **' fi. H; BEKIIY DIES AT I V ^ r ~ WEED KNOWN RESIDENT PASS* h o m e i 'ENING. studies In this way, sq that^hejma-y, not. find it burdensome, arid?'the. ex­ pense of a course is Very «malh, mere ly sufficient to cover postage, cost of typewriting, etc. • , The subjects taught by-correspond­ ence are languages, literature, educa­ tion, economics, zoology./phatograpby, forestry, physics, mathematics, sur­ veying, etc. These coirrsen aTe nutted to. the particular needc-oC each appli­ cant. • - - * Royal H. Beqziey, one of Ekalak^’s evening .[DeathVwA^ due to h e a r t .ft had been suffffci ;few years. A little &go, upon th e advlcfe. went to M exlf1”' *TT\ to regain his hes r; \vfds 'born in Lancast^^. ye^ififckyV,rdri the 10th day of Octo,- ^ f , l',l358,r5an<l ^ a a fifty-five years Jiff ^ge. At of 25 he came Sfontantr; drift ^ i n g to Butte, w h ete he entered Into the employ of W. Aft Clark in the copper mines as an eit- gtneer and later going to Dillon, hesf^erfiead coiiiAy, vriiejte ite' spent lie|tVly fifteen y&rs^ tilth the Poin- •feiter A Orr &d., wh3 WerV stock-* rkiseirs. • Upon leaving billon1 Ire cam$. to Custer county and up until a few years ago had been engaged in fhfe •are and raising of live stock in thb Box Elder valley. On May 11, 1907, fn partnership with C. H. Emerson, Bf. G. Charters, B. F. Emerson and J. W£ Hiscock he organized the Ekalaka bank, being elected as vice-president which position he held until the tim§ •f his death. He was also associated with the R. C. Charters Co. for several years and was a member of Jthe Chrii- tten church. | On September 20. 1893, he was married to Miss Inez Foster, who, be­ sides a son, one daughter, a nephew and a niece, are left to mourn hla de­ parture from this life. The sympathy • f the entire community is extended to the bereaved ones who ha^effbeJn so suddenly deprived oftCToving hus­ band, father, relative and friend. The funeral services were held from the Ohrietian church and the remains wore laid to rest in the lodge ceme­ tery. ESTIMATED _T1IEBE AflJB «,dQ0, ' r e c i a > j a t i < ^ # * S t s ,3N; m r s , ; . r < t How many irrigation projects arc there in Montana? How many acres 4o they Reclaim? How much water d’o they' u^e? 'HOW much 'did 'Vhey cost per kcre? -How m 6 chv did they* en­ hance the value of th^ land? \V^hich ’kind Of project is Ihe most success­ ful? ................ Answers to such tjUestiOtis as the foregoing will be obtainable soon, when the irrigation census now under way in Montana and North Dakota, under the supervision of 'J. G. Locke, f9 contpletedi ' Headquarters df the district are maintained lb Helena, and Mr. Locke says the work will take un* til next May to complete. About one-third of Montana has beeii c’anvossed. To be precise, the full and complete data ofi about 2,000 irrigation projects has* been secured, and there are about 4,050 more yef to be Investigated. The census has been completed in several Montana coun­ ties, Valley being the latest. This census Is the first of the kind the government has ever undertaken, and it is believed that ' when all the data Is compiled, information will be accessible that will be worth millions of dollars to investors and reclama­ tion engineers. Figures are being secured on every kind of p project, governm-mt, 'Jarey land, corporate, co-operatlv» and indi­ vidual, ranging in size from 60 acres to fifty thousand acres. Information on the various kinds of projects 13 also being secured, the total amount pf water that has been appropriated in Montana for irrigation purposes, and the amount of money expended on lit­ igation over water rights and water troubles. -ti. )t i i t 5 rw» t l 1 \ t ' * | a A L/* * » 4 f « 4 \ I f | MONTANA LOST 20 , 000,000 FEET GE TEMBKH BY FOREST FIRES DURING THE YEAR. State Land ^ e g i s ^ r F. H. Ray has submitted | | i « annual report on the dVraed'S* t i f e itatc of Montana fd Govern of5 NorriSTf'* The ’ report shows that tiie defl |l’5,828.30 to figbt foVesf flrd^ d^rint the past year art<3( that ^oJoa^flVo fdot ’ of 'standing timber was j^lled ^y fire,. This’ dead timpe^ £ » W ‘t^Yn*' ottered for sate.' Th4' t&r i f f ^diftion ‘h f it is' perfectly good for**commerfcUil purposes and will be as flf Ja s ’any|,‘6ther timber- if dut within three years. 6 f the dead tim­ ber it is estimated that 14,024,000 feet IB one the'water shed of the north fork of^he Flathead riVef and 8,000,000 in the Stlll'.Vater country. ,, The State Land. Montana is rich in alnds, having ti­ tle to 3,870,165 acres, of which 2,449,- 134 acre3 are under lease. The re-ap­ praisement of state lands, begun two years ago in Ravalli county, has been completed in ten counties, partly fin­ ished in eleven other* counties, while the work is still to be started In seven counties. The regsiter also submits a tuble showing the holding of state lands by counties, the aggregate being S.870,- 165 acres. It is as follows: Beaver­ head, 119,847; Broadwater, 20,361; Carbon, 56,351; Cascade, 145,331; Chouteau, 727,100; Custer, 275,096; Dawson, 282,111; Deer Lodge, 13,647; Fergus, 308,365; Flathead, 32,460; Gallatin. 62,399; Granite, 20,328, Jef­ ferson, 31.948; Lewis and Clark, 113,- 980; Lincoln, 68,546; Madison, 182,- 433; Meagher, 167,582; Missoula, 108,- 977; Park, 47,136; Powell, 91,738; R a ­ valli, 30,613; Rosebud, 107,280; San­ ders, 60,229; Silver, \Bow; 15,494; Sweet Grass, 99,261; Teton, 220,407; Valley, 183,805; Yellowstone, 132,683; By land grants the state holdings are subdivided as follows: School, i ,- 356,011; agricultural Cdllege ' bond; 44,855; agricultural college CM orr el act), 75,369} deaf ah*a dumb asylum,- 40,993; capitoi buikhtfg, 137,882; School of mines, 70,337; state normal School, 74,790; state Reform Bchool, 44;46'7; state university; 23,545; United States aid to the soldiers’ home, l,u 27S'.61; state military-damp, 640. ........... . Eggs are up. And^that , is not all. Eggs undoubtedly will go higher, ac­ cording to retail dealers over the state. Today guaranteed fr£sl»* eggS are sell­ ing for 50 cents a1 dozterf in Livingstbri. Oilt in Washington they are worth 60 cents a dozen, and- ddkrn in West Vir­ ginia they are sellingraround 75 cents. The Ismay Journal, devoted to the interests of Ismay and. vicinity; 32.00 per year. •*' ' <’X J 1 I ' * 'I Fine S tationery, Holly G ift Boxes, X m as Tags, Fine C a n d ies, Mixed Nuts, R a is ins, D a tes Figs, of choice v a r i.ies CAN BE HAD FROM T. C. MADDOX, Registered Druggist, Ismay, * Montana. m \ FREE LECTURES FOR THE ASKING UNIVERSITY STANDS READY TO FURNISH ABLE SPEAKERS FOR MONTANA CITIES. Extensive lectures are now being given in various parts of the state by the president and faculty of the Uni­ versity of Montana. These lectures are usually secured by parties form­ ing a class for the purpose, either un­ der personal invitation, or under the auspices of churches, societies, clubs, lodges, etc. The only conditions to be fulfilled are that the parties order­ ing the lectures assure the traveling expenses and entertainment of the professors giving the lectures. The usual method of doing this Is to sell a sufficient number of tickets at one dollar each for the course to cover the expenses. In this way the organ­ izations may secure instructive 'eft1- tertalnment at a very low cost, and even clear a neat balance, if they care to do so. Wide Range of Topics. The range of subjects offered in­ cludes history, literature, economic?, sociology, psychology, ethics, geology, mineralogy, physics, zoology, botany and forestry. Most of these subject^, are given in courses of three or six lectures, but some are'^given singly. The university has no interest In this matter beyond the extension of Its usefulness to the people of the state, and the enlisting of their in­ terest in Its work. Not a cent of ad­ ditional salary is paid the professors for their efforts in this work, nor is the inepme of the university increased thereby. It is merely th© spirit of the university to interpret liberally Its duty to the people, and to demon­ strate its interest in the civil life of the state. Mail Instruction. Another line of work which the state university is now concerned, is instruction by mail. A large number of subjects can be very well taught by correspondence, and the success of other {institutions in the use of this method demonstrates its practlcabil- It is an opportunity for the man who can mot afford to sacrifice his time and salary to attend school, ahd it is a chance for the busy and am- bitidua man in any walk of life to in- cyease his efficiency by tech n ical’In atruction, or to-braaden -Iiia education afcMF outlook upon =llfe. . Sufficient time is -given the^strident -.carrying First National Bank. ' T M Capital Stock - - $35,000 I s m a y , M o n t a n a . i t Y o u r account will be welcomed at th is b a n k w h e re you are assu r e d of Absolute s e c u r ity and th e m o st c o u r- > i ieous service. T r V v Y o u will a lw a y s find u s willing t o help #ou w h e rever we c a n in th e de- velopem e n t of your business. Directors and Officers R. L. A n d e rson, P resident. P a y jd Bickle, J^ m e s H u n ter, j . H. Pribe. E. 4- A rm s trong V ice-President. William Fulton. William G. Lang. C a s h ier. M ;S-1 •jftl

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