The Ismay Journal (Ismay, Mont.) 1910-1933, January 13, 1911, Image 1

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• ' ' ■ ' , J ^oW iS-r .< * - - ■ S 7 I >'^‘1 S V j /** ^ y <> 4 ' \ } ' i l « ' -€& ??« r *r-;i si IS s E kf I ■* a •-*** t c -.--* 11^1 iftl m •;.r ,• >• fWvi1 £ ■,’j Lv Devotedrtb tfie Iiitbre^b of Jsmay andfyicinity. Volume 1. r-'* . . . . . o ~ -------- - , ~ .^f*y ^ ---- - --------------------------------r-r-^— Ism a y , M o n taria,|Efiday, J a n u a ry 13, Vjfifc . Nqrnber 43 Tickets .¥: pntil all prize w inners ard accounted for. This paper will publish a List of All W inners, the winning nu m b e r s and prizes draw n as soon as 4h a r e reported. Shbul&^any of th e successful ^um b e rs not be presenf^d by J a n u a r y 3 1 s t the ^>ri2e will be given td tholNum b er 9 preceding, i.'v • N u m b ers in the order draw n are given below. 1. 5 22.606 6. 16,798 L 1.088- 2. 22,275 .7. 20,418 8. 26,784 • 'i‘ $> 2,117 4r. 9. 13,073 16. 11,018 V . 5,863 1 ». 20,298. 8 ■** 7 8,384 * 9,894 1. 1,146 2, 18,649 *> 4.721 18. 10,De8 3. 19,787 4. 8,869 1 C “ 2. S. 8,997 6. 20,983 h 2,150 2. 6,767 7. 21,075 2. 8,428 1 b 28,911 4. 282 9. 15,148 10. 14,465 P s. 14,068 6. 7,887 - I d . ];• b 840 8. 20,856 1. 3,040 0 2,436 $ h 3,256 10. 14,378 ff. 26,826 4. 28.263 i 3. 5. 26,626 ft. 25,696 1 h 11,998 2. 16,852 7 . 20,793 6. 27,664 a . 14,887 4. 16,7.75 9* 30,52> 16. 23,089 ■ 6. 21,864 «. 16,659 - 11. I, 7. 12,148 8. 19,393- 1. 4,769 2. 18,2 ML ip 1, a . 7,889 1*. 23,861 3. 9,500 ' * 4. 12,745 Ill . IT 4. 5. 18,962 6. 3,109 b i . 17,828 2. 21,880 7. 22,295 $. 9.548 a . 9,956 13,062 9. , 3,066 16. 4,039 6. 16,713 6. 38,807 12. | r 7. 26,760 t. 6,388 1. 13.494 2. 606 a. 22,101 18. 1 3 ,8 f t 3. 10,612 4. 23,820 5. 5. 3,089 6. 18,164 l! i. 3,266 2. 1.1»8 7. 28,863 8. 5,606 a . 16,260 4. 13,005 9. 12,521 10. 26,064 r * , 6. 20,490 0. 20,821 13. ■ . » j 7. 26,685 8. 4,196 1. 17,086 2. 616. l ! 9 13,610 10. 15,725 3, I..688 4. 33,286 ■ p 6. 5. 20,145 ft. 20,640 ■ ^ ■ i' 1. 28,825 2. 13,025 7, 18,769 8. 12,496 1* 3. 12,318 4. 11,083 9. 20,913 16. ■ 18,438 I ; 5. 10,746 6. 16,041 14 | , t 7. 24,308 8. 18,036 1. 20,849 2. 16,712 ■ c - 9. 881 10. 21,361 3. .15,502 4. 23,643 l r S J 7. 5. 8,991 6. 11,661 I 1*'' 1. 3,656 -i 28,038 7. 18,366 8. 32,681 E - 3. 17,235 4. 21,647 3,430 10. 14,131 E \ 6. 14,866 6. 12,173 IS. 7. 4,775 8. IS ,960 1. C%18 2 13,861 9. 16,757 10. 10,947 3. 25,904 4. 13,318 8. 5. 6,774 6. 21,945 1. 3.68G 2. 9,367 7. 4; 06 5 8. 15,492 3. 26,376 i. 9. 7*519 10. 16,972 Do.nlon, increasin g th e salaries* of th e ' a tto r n e y general, secretary of stutcij- an d rr-r, t r e a s u r e r and secretary of q*es b o a rd of h e a lth ; G eorge, re la ti n g .,j^ ,\ and ad d r e s s on back o f t i c k e t a n d f o r w a ^ ^ ^ n ^ tp . u s ^ s . so o n t a .f l_ jK ^ ^ e ; ^ * h c > tru i i s p r tk 't a n in M school children : andi.on receipts?.? sam e vve will fo r w a r d th e prize. BLACK FA C E F I G U R E S A R E W IN N IN G N U M B E R S . O u t of t -wn cu.*-tonicrs holding w inning n u m b e r s w ill p lease sign n a m e H e lena, Jan . 10.— T h e in itial ballot* MAKING BIG PLANS . FOR INt BIB SNOW of th e tw e lf th legislative assem b ly -jn a n e o r t to elect a successor to U n ited S tates S e n a to r T h o m a s H . C a r te r had th e expected result, th a t is, no eandi-. d a te received a m a jo r ity of th e vot6sr cast, an*, jud g in g f rom a p p a r e n tly vye) 1, a u th e n tic a te d rep o rts, no choice is likely to be m a d e fo r som e tim e to* com e . T h e vote w a s ta k e n in sepurater- h o u s e s today, b u t h e r e a f t e r th e ballo t w ill be cast in jo in t assem b ly a t noon daily. « T o d a j ’s ballot resu lted ns follow s: In Jhe senate— C a rter, 9; W a lsh, 7; C o n rad, i - Lindsay, 2 - Speer, of G reat F a lls, l ; S vindiehurst, 1; B o u rquln, 1; P r a y J ; J. G. La*r, of T e ton coun­ ty, 1: Roach, 1. In th* ho u s e - r C a r iev , 22; W a lsh. 21; C o n rad, 14; G o d d a rd, of Billings, ■J ; S w indlehurst, 1. A. Livingston, 1: W h ite, 1; U m p h reys, 1; M a rshall, It A s s o c iate Ju s tice S m ith, i ; H ayes, of G r e a t P a lls, 1; B o u rquin, 2; P ray, 1, W . F. M eyer, 1 T h u s , C a r te r led on th e first ballot w ith 31, as ag a in s t 28 fo r W a ls h and 18 fo r C o n rad. Bell voted fo r God­ d a rd an d G eorge for W alsh. McCone an d Sykes voted for 1 ,indsay, of Paw-* so n county. .W h ite s id e w a s th e only m e m b e r o^ e ith e r house to explain his vote. p a ih a glow ing trib u te to C o n rad ad a n em p ire builder en d said th e g r e a t­ est m a n of th e p r e s e n t age w a s ho w h o m a d e tw o biades grow w h e re only one grew before edging the* ability of o th e r s jis W h ile aeknow l- brttyj lia n t d e b a ters and em inent statesm e .'v he said C o n r a d ’s know ledge of ifri^, p a tion an d a g r ic u ltu r e w o u ld serve, th e people best. In th e sen a te a n u m b e r of bills, w e re iniro d u c e d , including th e fol-j L e ighton, 'lim iting th e n u m b e r o£i i ew co u n ties th a t m a y be created.';; D u n c a n , rela tin g »*> w a te r •, ..rights,’ _ _ . . . •*_ „ m . _ _ _ .’or th e deposit *>f f* n d s w.r> 'nteres* i. 'u t i n g to -h, -oxam-'t trl< t p - > , county : n,| ■:«i i p> i *'« _ jn a tion ami , o -n m ittm e n t uf In s a n e •Persons, ire. dm g fo r a deputy boil­ e r in-pi and p roviding 'a ’pel* 3 l.l 1 in of ?i for iiirors in court*- of ro - iard 0 7*Ic>cr's l-i.l n u r i n g to n tris a l s of ji.»c t n • r.ts In c m n iu a l ca.i i w as o r ­ der* d printed, w h ile E d w a r d s ’ bill, w h ich *ssays to p r e v e n t double ta x a ­ tion <m m o rtgaged pro p e rty waB am e n d e d so a3 to exclude land con­ tra c ts i pd recom m e n d e d fo r passage. ■Fykes’ t ill for re-ap p o r tio n m e n t based on 4 ,.*00 population fo r rep r e s e n ta- *lon in the low er house, w a s ordered p r in ted In th e house little business w a s tran s a c ted , except th e ta k in g of th e sen a to r ial vote and th e intro d u c tio n of bills. Bel), of TeliowBtone, is m’a k - ing som e w h a t of a record in this la t ­ te r respect, having introduced o r n o ­ tice nearly a dozen already. Am o n g th e -bills introduced today w e re th e follow ing W h a ley, to reg u late m a n u f a c tu r e an d sale of b u tter; W h a ley, to re g u ­ late sale an d w e ight of b read ; Bell, providing fo r ap p e a ls from police o r ju s tic e ccu r ts ; Bell, rem o v a l of pupils fro m one d istrict to an o th e r ; B y rnes, ap p o in tm e n t and duties of school phy­ sicians; N o lan, relatin g to th e p r a c ­ tice of law ; Tolm ttn, providing fo r tra n s f e r of $30,000 from th e general to th e bounty fund to pay existing claim s ; P a u l, to forb id fishing w ithin certa in distances of dam s , ladders a n d spaw n ing statio n s ; M a rtin, afnending law relatin g to first degree a s s a u lt; M a rtin, re l a tin g to road tax ; B lae, defining desertion of wives and fam ilies and providing penalties; B lackb u r n , penalizing th e im p e rsona­ tio n of atto r n e y s B e ll also gave notice of two bills re la tin g to tran s p o r tatio n of pupils an d providing how school w a r r a n ts Shall be executed an d sig n e d ., IT IS E X P E C T E D TH A T MONTANA W ILL B E F A IR L Y W E L L R E P ­ R E S E N T E D . T h e program for the fourth an n u a l N a tional Corn exposition, to be held Ja n u a r y 30th to F e b ru a ry 11th, in th e eight Im m ense buildings on th e Ohio slate exposition grounds, has ju s t been com p leted, and provides for one of th e g r e a test national ag r ic u l­ tural expositions ever held in th e world. closed walks, com fortably heated and closed 'valks, com fortably hated and brilliantly iilum in,, !, in ail resem ­ bling a g r e a t su m n u r garden w ith palm s and p lan ts and tender grow ing crops, giving th e visitors a w h iff of n a tu r e v h lch will m o re rem ind th e m of a balm y Ju n e day thnn of th e w in­ te r season. T h is g reat N a tional Corn exposition will be a grand round up of all state ag r icu ltu r a l show** id ag r icu ltru a l m eetings. The n n r ' \C o rn E x p o s i­ tion,” does not me. th a t only corn will be show n , for . ‘I grains and grasses, the prize w inners only, a t th e various state show*' ill be in com ­ petition for the valuable n a tio n a l trophies. M ore th a n thirty-five states will have com p e titive exhibits. T w e n ty- five sta-’e ag r icu ltu r a l colleges an d ex­ perim e n t statio n s will have scientific exhibits, each d e m o n s tratin g its m o st advanced experim e n tal w o rk. These exhibits, w h ich w ill be in ch a rg e of expert dem o n s trators, will deal, in a practical way, w ith nearly every phase of th e science, of ag r icu ltu r e . F o r in s tan c e - N o rih C a rolina will em p h a size the cotton industry— from the grow ing p lan t to th e m a n u f a c ­ tu red article— w ith -otton gin and loom in actu a l operation, w h ile Illi­ nois will especially em p h a size its soil work. N ever befor, in the history of the w o rld has th e r e been such a show - ing of ri s u its in ag ricu ltu re, based on scientific investigation. tu r e will be represented, w ith fam o u s exhibits w h ich fills tw o larg e fu r n i ­ tu r e cars, and\ w h ich h a s ju s t been re t u r n e d - f r o m th e in tern a tio n a l expo­ sition at B u e n o s A yres. Im p o r ta n t am o n g th e m a n y m e e t­ ings, exhibits an d o th e r special fea­ tu r e s of th is g r e a test of ag r icu ltu r a l expositions m a y be m e n tioned th e m e e tings of th e A m e rican B reeders’ association; th e O h io D a irym e n ’s as­ sociation; th e N a tional R u r a l Life C o n ference, th e O h io C o n s e rvation as­ sociation, th e O h io C o rn Im p rovem e n t association an d nu m e ro u s live stock associations. T h e r e will be special featu r e s of vital in tere s t to the Y. M. C. A., ch u rch e s , colleges, schools, th e farm e r , and th e city m a n and th e ir fam ilies alike. S p e c ial e n tertain m e n t features will include a tw o - r in g w inter circus, band concerts w ith vocal soloists, and m o v ing pictures. S p e a k e r s of nation-w ide rep u tatio n w ill deliver addresses daily on th e n a ­ tio n a l corn exposition program . (F r o m M iles City In d e p e n d e n t.) H o ld E x a m in a tio n s . Miss M a ry Leo W ilson is a r r a n g i n g for th e next eighth g r a d e exam inations, w h ich will be held a t th e L incoln school on Jan u a r y 19th and 20th. T ickets to M iles. It is unofficially rep o r ted th a t colonists tickets this y e a r will be sold to Miles City and not to F e r g u s co u n tj points ns last year. M a k ing th is th e term in a l point would m e a n a g r e a t deal for C u s ter county an d especially th is year as it is un ­ derstood th a t th e Influx of new people w ill be la r g e r th a n ever before. It is expected th a t th e first tickets to this section will be sold about the first of M a rch. R e - A p p o r tio n m e n t. S e n a tor Sykes ha3 in tr o d u c e d a re-ap p o r tio n m e n t bill on the 4,000 basis and it is u n d e r ­ stood th a t th e r e a r e a n u m b e r of east­ ern M o n tana law m a k e r s vv'ho will vote for th e sam e . T h e r e are several o th e r m e a s u r e s of a like n a tu r e also up and it is understood th a t one bill soon to be in tr o d u c e d will be on th e basis of 6,000 population. Tliis bill w o u ld give C u s ter th r e e rep r e s e n tativ e s as the population of th e county is 18,000. T h e federal d e p a : m e n t of a g r l c u l - 1 v icinity, Subscribe fo r th e Jo u r n a l. I t Is de­ voted to th e In terests of Ism a y and Closing Out Sale still on* Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoes at your own price, while they last. LAKIN BROS. Phone 78. Square Dealers , MILES CITY 605 and 607 Main St. 0000S«M>00000000000000000000000000000000000000S*WJ<H><tt» 0 a u th o r iz ng th e division of school dis­ tric t s h a v ing m o re *han one building; providing how pupils m a y change rchool -Hstricts, and prescribing a m e tho d fo r th e execution of school d istric t w a r r a n ts. Solway, relatin g to th e ad ju d icatio n of stream s . T h e judiciary com m ittee subm itted fav o r a b le rep o r ts on a n u m b e r of bills, including punishm e n t for wife d e s e r t'o n , defining extro.i-' • cruelty; illow im t lis t r '\ - .'odger exp • m *» m m n y w h e n r'lim p in ar> > 1 1 d*s- IE3 F a + a + a + o - f a + a + a + t t + D - A - q - f ♦ 0 - H 3 - f 0 - f 0 - f 0 + a - f 0 + 0 + I H a v e L e a s e d the J. D. Foster Livery Barn and will conduct the same during this winter ANNUAL BANK M E E T IN G . B a lter In s t itu te E lects Its Officers for tlie E n s u in g Y e a r. First National Capital Stock Bank. $ 3 5 ,0 0 0 H e a d q u a r ters fo r T e e D e e S t a g e L ine m - T solicit your patronage Frank M. S h a w m Ihy Only the Best Trees ^Are used in the manufacture •f the^Lumber we sell. Good Sound Lumber • i Fine enough to use in the constrnction of a milliomure’e palaee. Experienced carpenters and builder* recognize the importance of good Lum­ ber- You’ll iiud the majority of them are our customers- Thr* alone should convince you that -you should plaee your order with us- Star Lumber Co. F. M. SCHWARTZ, Manager ISMAY, MONT. t T h e an n u a l m e e ting of the stock- hrilders of th e B a k e r S tate hank w as held W e d n e s d a y m o rning. Those p resent from out of tow n w e re A. G. B a k e r, F. R. Savage and Jam e s H u n t­ er, from M iles City, and Joe M. H e r ­ m a n , from M idland T h e resignation of D irecto r R. L. A n d e rson, w h o has gone on a y e a r 's visit to Scotland, w as accepted. T h e follow ing d irectors w e re chosen: R. E. M o rris, W . G. L a n g , J M. H e rm a n , W illiam F u lton, D a v id B ickle, J. H. P r ice, F. R. Sav­ age, th e la t t e r ta k in g M r. A n d e rson's place. T h e re w a s p r e s e n t in person {an d by proxy 14 5 sh a r e s rep resen ted . T h e d ir e c to r s m e t W e d n e s d a y m o r n ­ ing w h e n th e resig n a tio n of P r e s id e n t M o rris w a s accepted an d F. R. Savagfe elected to th e presidency. W illiam G. L a n g w a s reelected v ice-president and R. F . Sm ith, cash ier T h e new p r e s ident, M r. Savage, is a y o u n g m a n of w ide b a n k in g experience in th e east, a t p r e s e n t engaged in an official cap a c ity w ith th e C„ M. & P. 0. railw a y a t M iles City. T h e gtc ist yerfr no t only to th e stockohlders, b u t th e p a tr o n s an d th e com m u n ity. C a rry­ in g deposits of $53,332 a y e a r ago it now h a s a show ing of $96,560 in th a t colum n , w h ich is m a d e u p of 386 ac­ co u n ts and 142 a y e a r ago. In ad d i­ tion is th e fine brick b a n k in g house, costing $5,000, fitted upon the in terio r w ith eleg a n t ap p o in tm e n ts a t a cost of $1,000 m o re. T h e ability, integ r ity -; and p e r s o n a l p o p u larity of P r e s id e n t M o rris and C a s h ier Sm ith have con­ trib u t e d very largely to th e b a n k ’s p ro s p e r ity , coupled w ith th e financial sta n d in g of th e d ir e c to r a te. T h e outlook fo r th e com ing y e a r a u ­ g u r s even g r e a t e r ad v a n c e m e n t fo r th e E a k e r S tate bank. I s m a y , M o n t a n a . T h e g r o w th of th is b a n k during the p a s t yerfr h a s been h ig h ly gratifyingi Write Your Friends Once a Week by Sending them the Ismay Jeurnal. -It Will Only Cost-You $2^a Year. T h e r e w ill be no re s t fo r th e law ­ m a k e r s a f t e r M o n d ay, unless th e y d e ­ cide to g e t busy im m e d iately a n d se ­ lect a m a n to re p r e s e n t M o n tana In th e se n a te \of th e U n ited .S tates. T h e law c a l l s - f o r co n s e c u tiv e - d a ily ballot u n t i l a c h o i c e is 'rm a d e - b y - th e jo in t assem b ly. i Your account will be welcomed at this bank where you are assured ot absolute security and the m ost c o u r­ teous service. 0 You will always find u s willing to help you w h e rever we c a n in the de- velopement of y o u r business. Directors and Officers R. L. Anderson, President. 0 David Bickle, Jam e s H u n ter. J. H. Price. E. J . Arm strong Vice-President. William Fulton. William (i. Lang. C a shier. ♦ 0 - f 0 + a -f 0 + # + a + a + b + 0 + 0 + 0 + 0 + 0 + 0 + 0 + 0 - f 0 + 0 F 0 + 0 + “.v ■ ) A h ' Mr *'

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