The Ismay Journal (Ismay, Mont.) 1910-1933, November 22, 1912, Image 8

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M f f t o «i«S! f 4 « 5& m C?>iJl , v ><* )\^;£.-r; -V'’ 1 ft..' 5 $ : pMki ■ pfr> ' f e i fi^N $*3 £• •>/' &■ L la 1$ i\ i» i?i?. f Til;.:. |®.o IhrS*' li'VK j | | v ^ w & ,> M , Ms p l U v & £ M L * I V ■ ' V SUPPLIES! (.arge Assortment. Splendid Stock. New Goods Arriving Daily. ismay Grain Market. / Corrected Friday Nov 22. Wheat, .64 W inter WJhoat .64 Duram .65 Flax. 81.11 Oats .27 Barley 30 to .40 Rye .44 Notice f$r Furcation. Kodaks and Cameras. Everything in Drugs. T. C. MADDOX. Druggist. Items of Local Interest ad The Midland people have u rew >' this issue. Lookitup. Emmett C'rostiy drove over from Knowlton Wednesday afttr supplies. The Ismay Orchestra of live pieces . ill give a grand ball on Thanksgiv­ ing night. Nov. 2Mh Arthur Hydo of Mildred was here } esierdav making proof upon his liome- Mead adjacent to that village. Go to the Ismay Restaurant when in need of a meal. Everything neat und clean and prices reasonable. Howard Cummings and W. II. » ieorgo were over from Knowlton on Tuesday, the former making proof on his homestead. Roderick Munro left last week for Chico Springs where he will take the baths in the hope that he w'ill receive a little relief from his rheumatism. Watches and jewelry repaired prompt­ ly. Leave articles at Brackett Hotel. Ghas. J. Russell, Jeweler, Baker, Mont. Joe Riley shipped 2 cars of sheep to Chicago, Wtdnesday, and Jas. Bod- en expects to ship 3 cars of cattle to Chicago tomorrow. C. H. Grote has rocentlj installed a splendid bath equipment in the room ut the rear of his barber shop, and the same is now at the disposal of the general public. Get into line with a brand new suit. Lee Ross has a splendid line of fall and winter samples from which you may make your seleotions. John Henderson was over from his claim nor hwest of Westraore, Tues­ day. and made application to prove up. John had a good flax crop this year gelling about GOO bushels from 74 acres. Don’t forget the sooial and basket supper Wednesday evening, Nov. 27th given by the school. Proceeds to he used in purchasing pictures for the school. Everyone invited—and bring a basket. Notice to Subscribers of Ismay Creamery Co. stock: 50 tier cent of your subscription is now due, payable to the undersigned. J. E. Prindle, Sec-Treas. That there is a growing demand for land in eastern Montana is made evident by the fact that 110 filings were made in two days last week at the Miles Citv land office, according to the Stockgrowers Journal. Cal Bartlett, who is being held with out bail charged with the murder of Gala Parsons to await the next ses­ sion of the district court, was allowed to make proof on his Teedee home­ stead last Thursday, at the Miles City land office. The original date for the hearing was Nov. 8ih before Commis­ sioner Hayes in this village. J. J. Butcher was up from West- more early in the week, and made us a pleasant call. Air. Butcher’s drop was entirely hailed out in July and yet in spite of this setback, his wheat threshed out 11 bushels to the acre. There is surely nothing wrong with Montana soil conditions when a crop, like Truth, “ crushed to earth, will rise again,” and bring forth a eom- paritively good yield. Others in that locality who were hailed out also re­ port very fair yields. Miles City Journal—Kenneth Mc­ Lean has returned from Ismay and among other signs of business activity ■ ia that section he ascertained that over 50,000 bushels bushels of grain • have been received j at the elevator ' there already this season and there is • still an> immense amount to be thresh- - .ed. . •.There is als'o.in'process of con- struction - thfcre,, an. * ice'5 house and creamer v. the ice-house being .both -is . an afljunet^to the creamery and to sup- Union ChurchujServices. M. E. Rockwell, Pastor. ISM A Y—Sunday-school in the school building at 10:30., Prof. Stevens, Supt. Song service at 7:30, special music. Preaching at 8 p. m. Topic: Note change of time in S. S. from ten to ten-thirty. We hope for a lar­ ger attendance. No model play Wednesday evening on account of public school social. Ladies Aid will meet next Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Rockwell. MILDRED— Preaching at the School Building at 10:30. Topic: The Church, j Sunday school immediately following. The new officers of the S. S. are: Supt., L. W. Jacobus. Asst. Supt., Mrs. M. M. Clark. See. and Treas., Mrs. A. W. Crandall. The attendance and interest growing. Last Sunday a large degree of en­ thusiasm was taken in the plan to build a new church, and it is hoped that a building will be started this fall. WESTMORE—Sunday-school at 2 p.m. Preaching at 3 o ’clock. New England dinner and sale today. The Big Store has a new ’ price ad in tins issue which will be of great interest to economical buyers. David Bickle and T. C. Maddox re­ turned yesterday from their recent trip to Chicago. Otto Weyerstall will hold an auc­ tion sale of farm imnlements, etc- on Saturday, Nov. 30, near Princlle’s of­ fice. Wm. Fisher is said to have thresh­ ed out out about 700 bushels of flax from thirty-five acres, on his ranch north of town. Some flax crop, that. The foundation of the new icehouse for the creamery is completed and the work on the superst. ucture will be started by Contractor Gensley soon. It is reported that J. Ogden Armour the Chicago packer has wrested con­ trolling interest in the Milwaukee road from the Rockefellers. Hip! hipl for Og! Dr. Potterton writes us that owing to the large amount of dental jvork he has at Baker it will be impossible for him to make regular trips to Ismay for some time. D-\ Cheeney of Miles City, deputy state veterinary, was here several days last week examining some horses as required by state law when they are sold to be delivered outside the state. Sidney Landon and his wonderful work as an impersonator captivated his audience completely, Thursday evening. His portray al of the various noted characters were remarkably true to life, neither overdone nor un­ derdone. We hope Landon will pass our way again one of these days There is quite a little building going on in the country. Mrs. Hilda Thompson is erecting a house on her claim southwest of town: D. C. Mc- Gillivray and Phil Berntgen are put­ ting up houses on their respective homesteads southwest and west of town: G. E. Shipman is building both house and barn on his plaoe on Whit­ ney creek. Department ojf the Jtptei-ior, u.'-s xand office, at Miles City, Montana, -.\Nov. 16, 1912. i Notice is hereby given that Ebep; A. Heigh of ismay, Montana, .who on Avgust J7, lgi09 mads homestead en­ try No. 05646 for SWJ4 NWj^, Lots'4, 3 & 2, Section .4, Township 9 n , Range65 e M. P. Meridian has filed notice pf..‘''in­ tention to make three-year pro'of to establish claim -to the land aboye' de­ scribed before Leon C. Hayes, ML S. Commissioner at Ismay, Montana, on the 9th day o f January, 1913. Claimant names as witnesses: Harry B. .MiUison, Claud T. Holmes, Thom­ as H. Griffith, Clarence R. Huntzick- er, all of Ismay, Montana. A. Kircber, Register. Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior- U S Land Office at Miles city- Montana, Nov. 16, 1912. Notice is hereby given that Leslie Newlun of Ismay, Montana, who on April 16, 1909 made homestead entry No. Q4188 for NW}4, Section 26, Town­ ship ION, Range 55 e , m . p Meridian has filed notice of intention 'to make three-year proof to establish claim to the ’ and above described before ;Leon C. Hayes, U. S. Commissioner a t fls- inay, Montana, on the 8th day of Jan­ uary, 1913. Claimant names as witnesses: W il­ liam Schwartz, Cuthbert V. Eno, W il­ liam B. Nerenz, Harry B. Millison, all of Ismay, Montana. A. Kircher, Register ■X.V I c PS V Jf * vf-3 V ¥ Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, u. s. Laml Office at Miles City, Montana, Nov­ ember 19,1912. Notice is hereby given that Bert B. Jones of Ismay, Montana, who on April 13, J.908 made homestead entri No. 5135, Serial No. 03193 for Lots 3 4, SH Nfftf, Section 4, Township 9N, Range 56 e , m . p . Meridian has filed notice of intention to make three-year proof to establish claim to the landiK. above described before Leon C. Hayes U. S. Commissioner at Ismay, Mont­ ana, on the 10th day of January, 1913. Claimant names as witnesses: W il­ lard C. Hoffman, Kate Hoffman, Carl Stolts, Claude B. Sticknej, all of Is- muy, Montana. A. Kircher Register. Teachers’ Examinations at Baker. For the benefit of any teachers who may find it more convenient to attend the teachers’ examinationsxaminations at Baker e than at Miles City, I wish to announce, that Mrs. Ed Lake will hold a teach­ ers’ examination in the Paker School House, Nov. 29-30, 1912, beginning at 9 o ’clock a. m. The granting of an examination at any point along the railroad other than the county seat, is a departure from the old established custom. The state superintendent has been per­ suaded to grant the privilege at this time in order not to work a hardship on those teachers who have just re­ cently attended Institute at Miles. M ary L ee W ilson , Co. Supt. of Schools. The postoffice department are call­ ing for bids for the carrying of the mail to and from the McKenzie post- offioe three times a week. F. Griffith, who has been visiting his son Thomas, north of town, for several weeks', left Wednesday for La- Earge, Wis., for a visit with old friends. Read the Big Store ad. A Happy Event. urn of !> the ended frjgiclity. \Vl'v- the needs \ V'-ft oomm'unity for Mr. Editor: I am going to ask you for a lit­ tle space in your paper to express my appreciation of a visit I had the pleasure of making in the country on Wednesday, the 20th. As this is the first time I have asked this favor I hope you will grant it, although I ex­ pect some of your readers will hope that it will be the last. It was my pleasure to accept an invitation to the wedding of Mr. Clarence Wilson and Miss Lula Rosenberger, which was solemnized by Rev. Williams in the presence of a few invited friends. The wedding took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell, some fourteen miles west of Ismay. The ceremony took place at high noon and as soon as the bridal couple had received the congratulations of the assembled guests, we partook of a bountiful feast. Airs. Mitchell is certainly at home when it comes to preparing a good dinner, and the way we took part in olearing 'that table was a scene great to behold. In performing the marriage ceremony Rev. Williams did very well; In congratulating the happy couple he did even still better; but when it came to eating chicken,he proved himself a hero. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson will go to housekeeping on their claim adjoining the Mitchell home. o One-whcMvas-thero. We can do yorx Job Work. In some unaccountable manner we omitted to publish a notice in our is­ sue of last week, telling of a splendid chicken pie supper at the Whitney creek schoolhouse tonight. We got out postei’s and mailed out a large number of them, and sincerely hope the affair was the success it deserved to be. The editor and family spent Sunday at Plevna, the occasion being the Nth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Conser. They were made the recipients of several beautiful gifts, and the affair was a very happy and enjoyable one. Thanksgi’ing Ball The Ismay Orchestra of five pieces, will give a Grand Ball in] the Woodman Hall Ismay, Nov. 28th. $ TA * * i pa Supper will be served in] the hall. it * 1 ** J Pass the good word along to your friends. i i ® J t J ^ >■ ~ 1 ■ - *'*>$■ ■ . .......... .. BIG SALE! For 2 Weeks Only, These Prices Strictly for Cash. Rug, 9x12, formerly 17.50, now $12.50 All Woolen Blankets, at $8.50, - - now $7.50 4 * “ at 9.50, - - now 8.25 4 4 \ at 15.75, - - now 12.50 4 4 “ at 11*00, - - now *9.50 4 4 “ at .4*25, - - now 4.00 4 4 “ at 4*75, - - now 4.25 Mens “ Fierrich, Fox & Hilker Shoes At $4,75 now selling at $4.00 At 5.25 now selling at $4.50 At' $4.50 now selling at $4.0 0 M e n s Racine Shoes. At $3.75 now selling at $ 3 .2 5 At $4.25 now selling at $3.75 Mens Richardsons H igh T o p Shoes At $6.75 now$6.25. At $7.00 now $ 6 .50 AH Mens Raincoats at 6 and $7, now closing at $5 and $5.25 Ladies Capital Brand Shoes at $3,45, now closing out for $2.90 Ladies Green-Wheeler Brand Shoes at $$3,50, now only $3.00 Boys Shirts formerly $1*50, at this sale only 85c. at Full Line of Mens Heavy Outing Shirts $1.50 now $1; at $1 now $2 now $1.50; 75c at A New Line of Trunks, and Suit Cases on Hand. E A R L IN G B U R T M E R C A N T IL E CO M P A N Y. ISMAY, MONT. MB 'C- fj •n V - .<• I ( ii W -I ■ ’ : y « * .1# a T ■4 ‘it.

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