The Stanford World (Stanford, Mont.) 1909-1920, October 30, 1909, Image 2

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• Page 2 THE STANFORD WORLD - October 30, 1909 STANFORD AND THE MAIL ROUTES - -- Last week this paper contained in its news columns a paragraph relative to the proposed change in the star route mail service to the interior offices, located to the north and east of this city, in Fergus Entered as second-class matter Feb- ruary 19, 1909, at the postoffice i at Stanford, Montana, under the Thiss a matter that should be act of March 3. 1879 taken up and pushed through to an early consummation. The present Advertising accounts must be ad- service rendered by the department justed on the first of each month, to the patrons of the Denton post - Rates given on application. • office, for instance, is so ridiculous that it borders on the humorous. Settlers who reside within 15 miles of the Great Northern railway now must suffer their nmil to be trans, • (erred at Judith Gap and hauled The World this week devotes con- • into Lewistown over a time -killing siderable portion of its first page to branch of the Milwaukee railroad, the Billings Dry Farming congress. from which place, after a day or The meeting was a memorable one, two delay it is again started on its and of vast importance to the state solemn journey by stage back to of Montana and other western coin-. its destination. This round -about monwealths. On a par with the city's past efforts in the boosting line was the result of the campaign waged by Billings in behalf of this meeting. ; squandered, but so is the govern - The congress must have cost the • ment money which goes to pay for Magic City scads of money, yet her this extraordinary service. patriotic citizens come in with the III view of the fact that a petition coin without a whimper. What this I circulated in the vicinity of Dentoti. live city did for herself she also did Alton and Coyote would receive an for Montana and the west, and we unanimous support did it but ask are proud of her. that Stanford be made the dis- tributing point, it is stieprising thni the Commercial Club has perthitted the matter IO remain SO long un- attended to. THE STANFORD WORLD STANFORD PUBLISHING CO. PUBLISHER AND PROPRIETOR DUDLEY AXTELL. Editor and Mana g er Printed 1111(1 published at Stanford, Montana, every Saturday. STANFORD, MOST., OCTOBER 30. 1909 THE CONGRESS The advertising which Montana received through the congress is worth millions of dollars. Yet therein does not he its greatest value, for educationally its worth is beyond the power of figures to express HAILSTONES AND WI -I E A 7' - Twenty-five years ago the country around Stanford suffered front a , severe hailstorm: this year she. got another one—on June 28th. Near this city on that date in ; June, there existed a field of 71 acres of winter wheat—the prize crop of the Judith Basin—all headed out. That night a hail storm struck the field and literally chopped it off at the roots. Fifteen cents an acre for that field would have been a fabulous price to have paid for it. But Montana soil and climate were on the job, and in less t mit two and one-half months anot m r crop was harvested. This week the thresher came and when he had gone the owner found that his sec- ond crop of wheat for the season had yielded twenty-nine bushels oer acre. Is there a country on earth that can equal that record? One year ago that very tract of land was be- ing offered for sale at $10 per acre. and no buyer was found. EDWARD BRASSEY. B. E. STACK Late Reg. U. S Land Office. Brassey&Stack REAL ESTATE AND COMMISSION Loans Negotiated Settlers Located Land Scrip For Sale LEWISTOWN - MONTANA route of delivery consumes from one day to a week of tune which is wholly unnecessary and could be easily avoided. Not only is time HEINLE COM ING TO BUTTE After an absence of two years, F. Augustus Heinze announces that he is (aiming back to Butte. and the Amalgamated Copper company is now busy nailing down its belong- ings and sealing up their mining shafts, so it is presumed. The rea- son announced by the gentleman (or his return at this time is that the affairs of the Davis -Daily Mining company require his personal atten- tion. The return of Heinze to Mon- tana recalls the fact that when he left the state he was very much in disgrace. so they said. in the eyes of those of his compatriots who fell for the now memorable pounise—\you stay by me, and I will stay by you. What will John MaeGinniss do, will he kill the fatted calf, and forgive all? And will that illustriims states- man James M. Kennedy, of Canada. Deer Lodge and Silver Bow. fall on his neck and weep for joy. We presume so_ But will the miners of Butte take him from his special train and haul him by hand up Butte's smoky hill to the Butte Hotel, where he will deliver one of the old time addresses, and the band play \hail to the chief.\ We don't think so. Heinze's day is Montana has passed and gone forever. He was a good sport and played the game to the limit. but when the time came to cash in it has been said that he refused to split up. and that he carried off the swag to New York and lost it on a brace game. Where- fore Kennedy, if not MaeGinnis. awoke. and like Othello. found his occupation gone. Kennedy is broke like a dog. and has 11(411 ever since Heinze left him to his own resour- Willow Creek Coal From Hughes Coal Mine, 6 Miles from Stanford $3,00 Per Ton at the Mine $4.50 Delivered at Stanford or Windham W. I. litlighcs Stanford - Montana T4e P )3asin.M°111111 Will grind wheat at a milling charge that will Cut Your Flour Bill in Two The and will bring better than Hoar a 13nshet for Wheat For each hundred pounds of wheat we return 45 pounds of. fancy patent flour, 20 pounds of straight patent flour. and 34 pounds of bran and shorts AT A MILLING CHARGE OF 32 CENTS Best Miller in Montana Will Do the Grinding The Judith Basin Milling Company Money to Loan On Farm Property We ('an furnish you any amount you desire from One Dollar to One hundred Thousand Dollars on Improved Farm Property anywhere in the Judith Basin. SEE US BEFORE MAKING ANY NEGOTIATIONS We will furnish you Money at the Lowest Rates of Interest obtainable anywhere. No need to pay excess- ive interest. Come to us and obtain whatever amount you desire at the smallest rate of interest. and avoid any agents commission. Real Estate, Loans, Investments, Insurance Moore Loan & Realty Co. MOORE. MONTANA. Farm Loans Money to loan on farms in the Judith Basin for three and five years time at rates and terms which are very reasonable. We handle only private funds and money can be had the same day applied for If you contemplate borrowing motley, call upon or write us before making your loan as we can give you satisfactory and prompt service 7'/me JUDITH BASIN LAND SECURITIES CONPANY MASONIC TEMPLE; LEWISTOWN, MONTANA ces. No wonder that he is mad If you had lived at the trough of cor- ruption for years, and became ac- customed to the fare like the Hon. James, who unblushingly says that he came from Canada to save the state of Montana from being bonded to the corporations, you would be mad too There is a suspicion that of the whole bunch who used to do busi- , ness with the legislature and the supreme court that Fritz Augustus was the nearest square man of the lot. Certainly he was the brains of the layout That Roosevelt Lawsuit It is not true as is hastily assum- ed in sonic of the current editorial comment. that Mr. Roosevelt's pros- ecution of the New York Yorld and the Indianapolis News has fallen flat The piiint disposed of in the recent ruling by Judge Anderson is that the Indianapolis publishers can- not be compelled to go to the District of Columbia for trial there. On that score the comment of the judge was pointed. \That man has read the history of our institutions to little purpose:* he said. \ who does not view with apprehension the success of such a proceeding as this, to the end that citizens enuld be dragged from their homes to the District of Columbia': the seat of government. for trial andel- the circumstances -a this case.\ Of course, there is an 0mq - tunny for appeal. even in this ruling. It does not deal with the merits of tin' case. BUt the pithily suspects that the officials in the Taft administration's department of jus- tice will not feel disposed to press a lawsuit foolishly stalled by Mr Roosevelt, Meanwhile. Judge derson made several remarks which showed that, anyhow. he hasn't a very good opinion of the case or of any merits it may claim to have. He also called attention to the fact that when the canal purchase was under investigation, Cromwell, Pres- ident Roosevelt's friend, persistently stood \on his privilege\ and refused to answer pertinent questions.—An- aconda Standard GEYSER Frank Spencer went to Gre:.m Fails Wed nesday. Mrs. J. L. Mears was in msal last Wednesday. John Livingston is building sit addition to Swanson's . livery barn. There will be Catholic services at the school house next Sunday at 10:30. Mrs. Wm. Skelton anti her daughter Miss Martha, were in town Tuesday Mechanics are here front Great Falls potting the furnace in the Geyser Hotel. Dr. I. G. Finfrock was in town on Wed- nesday, with L. R. Harrod and L. G. Rich- ardson of Stoughton, Ill.. who nre looking for land. The Hill special whirled through here Tuesday morning without so much as saying \howdy hut Geyser is on the inap just the same. A petition has been sent to the railroad e,, rnin i gs io ne ra r eq u e sting them to compel the railroad to give us a station agent here, for which there is a crying need. S MOK E •L. T. CIGARS Soge Creek Coal From Seman's Mine $2.50 per ton at Mine $5.00 at Stanford $4.50 at Windham Joe Seman, Prop. GEYSER HAS GOOD HOOTER Writes Letter to Old Home Paper Telling of Judith Basin's Advantages. The Stillwater, Minnesota, Gazette of recent date, published the follow- ing letter front C. H. Cobb, of Geyser: \Editor Gazette: Thinking you might like to hear from an old fel- low who used to dish up loads for you and also from this comparative- ly new country. I am writing you at this time. This state is in about the same status that Minnesota was in the early '70's. With an area larger than New York and the whole of New England, the census of 1900 gave it less than 500,000 souls. \Not only has it all the agricul- tural advantages of Minnesota, but it also has untold mineral wealth. Coal is found in almost every sec- tions of the state, while gold silver, copper and iron abound in local sections and are just beginning to mined extensively. Precious stones too tire found here. There is a saphire mine only 20 miles from my claim. \The Judith Basin is the name given to this section of the state and it has been a paradise for the stock men. but their time is about up. The rancher, as the farmer is called, is taking up the government land and tine plow is robbing the sheep and the cattle of the rich buffalo grass on which they have fattened for years. \The additional homestead law passed last winter has started a stampede for the land on the bench- es. where 320 acres can be home- steaded. I was fortunate enough to secure an additional 160 acres next to my original quarter. The bench land is about the same in compari- son to the bottom land as the upper part of Stillwater is to business part, and it will grow wonderful crops. Wheat will go from 40 to 50 bushels to the acre. Oats, will make 75 to 100 bushels. \ I am sending yott under separate cover a copy of our local paper pub- lished in Stanford, 16 miles from here. It is pretty healthy for a 9 -months -old infant. It is printed on a perfected cylinder press and the editor was a compositor on the Pioneer Press 15 years ago. I was told by the editor of the Great Falls Leader, the other day that there are sonic Stillwater boys in Great Falls. A Nelson and a Theletn. \ I wonder if any of the rural let- ter carriers are the same as I used to know. If so please remember me to them and tell them that I have taken Horace Greely's advice: 'Go west,' and it has been very much to my advantage. \Remember me to A. B. Eaton and all the old G. A R. boys I used to know. \ Wishing you and the Gazette abundant success. I an sincerely yours. C. H. COBB. \ S. C. Purdy returned from his hunting trip last week and brought evidence that there was deer in the mountains. The scribe wishes to return thanks for a gen- erous niece of venison. A [alone message on last Wednesday brought the sad news of the death of Mrs. Joe strong of Arrow. The funeral was held at Great Falls on Friday and q uite a number of friends and neighbors at- tended. The whole community sympa- thizes with the husdand. for he is the one that will suffer. Cement brick for sale $1.50 per hundred. $15.00 per thousand. A. H. Ross, Stanford, Montana, Methodist Services Stanford, the first anti third Sundays of leach month at 7:30 p. ni A. W. Li 0141R. Pastor. Catholic Notice Catholic services will be held at Stan- ford. Sunday, Oct. 31, at 10 a. m. All the nice, beng-op, selectable stuff on tab at the Stanford hotel buffet. Have you got a homestead yet\ \No but I'd file on one if I could get n good reliable man to put me on right.\ \Why go to Backus the land man, of C. H. KELLY, Auctoneer. course he 'II dolt reasonable and he makes - - no mistakes.\ 1fn I Sale will Start at 10 o'clock. Lunch will be Served at Noon S. C. PURDY General Merchandise, Groceries Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes and Hardware GEYSER, MONTANA We have just opened a full and complete line of the following winter goods: Sheep Lined Coats in the Canvas and Corduroy, of all lengths. Sheep Lined Moccasins, short and long. Felt Shoes for men and women. Lined Gloves and Mittens of every description, also Golf gloves for women and children. We handle the pold Seal Goodyear Rubber Company's overshoes, every pair guaranteed. German sox and wool sox of all weights and prices. Ladies' and children's wool and fleeced lined hosiery. We have put in stock a complete line of children's, boys' . and girls' wool and cotton underwear, all sizes. We have an extra heavy line of Men's Woolen Under- wear, ranging in price front $1.00 to $2.50 per garment. We carry a full line of men's all wool Mackinaw Coats and Pants. All these Winter Goods we are offering for sale at moderate price, and earnestly ask you to inspect them before placing your order for winter goods. S. GEYSER M 0 N 'I' A N A Board of Trade WM. E. COPPEDGE, Prop. Choicest of Family Liquors Domestic And Imported Cigars Your Patronage Will Be Appreciated STANFORD MONTANA LAND! Buying and Selling Land Is Our Business LIVE STOCK, LOANS REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Settlers Located. Relinquishments for Sale Cheap WEAVER & BEBB STANFORD, MONTANA aciHon ale Having leased my ranch, I will sell at Public Auctidn, all my ranch personal property on Friday, Nov. 12, '09 At iny ranch eight miles east of Stanford and eight miles northeast of Windham The Property to Be Sold Is as followsi Four head of work horsea, one 2 -year -old colt, four new mlIch oows, five yearlings, twenty-five young hogs. one well drilling outfit, one 6 -horse gasoline engine, one sulky plow, one grain drill, two farm wagons, one disc, one harrow, one blacksmith outfit, one mowing machine, two rakes, one bull rake, one hay stacker, one feed grinder, one fanning mill, and other farm machinery. TERMS OF SALE—AIII sums over $10.00, 12 months' time will be given on bankable notes JESSE BACKUS, Proprietor,

The Stanford World (Stanford, Mont.), 30 Oct. 1909, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.