The Broadwater Opinion (Townsend, Mont.) 19??-1914, December 29, 1910, Image 3

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11111111111111S # Dr dent kL ats g41•Wea al ery • •-•• IA 1 LOCAL BRIEFS I IIII 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I I J. P. Hardy and wife spent Xmas in Helena. Dr. C. A. Wilder was a Helena visitor Xmas. Subscribe for THE OPINION. Mrs. W. B. Dolenty visited in Boulder this week. C. J. Wells went to Billings on business Saturday. Try Dixon's malt—healthful and Invigorating. 1 -tf Miss Ella West visited in Town- send Saturday last. The family of G. E. Pool have returned from Bozeman. Everything in hardware, ma chinery and harness at the Missou- ri Valley Hardware Co. 1 -if Dick Zahnheiser is visiting at the home of 0. A. Whipple. Frank Labert, of Moore, is visit- ing friends here this week. Tools for the farm, kitchen, shop, and garden it the Missouri Valley Hardware CS. 1-tf Geo. Lloyd is spending the holi- days at home with his family. Mayor Frank J. Edwards, of Helena spent Tuesday in town. For the blues, try smoking a \Longfellow.\ Geo. Faltermeyer, manutacturer. 1-tf Attorney C. P. Cotter made a business trip to Helena Tuesday. Elmer Williams, of the Burg was in town the latter part of the week. Come and get your name down on the tournament list at the bowl- ing alley. 2 -if Joe Patterson, a prominent ran- cher of Canton, was in town Mon- day. Geo. Cloy, of the Townsend Ho- tel spent Xmas in Helena with his family. Bring your job work to this office. We can do it. W. A. Kruse, of the Clark Lbr. Co., spent a few days over Xmas in Helena. A. J. Roseman is home from his mining interests at Diamond for a few days. \Longfellow made in Broad wa- ter county. 1-tf E. P. Durnen, of Kendall, is spending a few days with relatives in the valley. Mr. Thos. O'Connor and Rev. Chirgwin attended a funeral at Tos- ton Saturday. Wanted—Small ranch with wa- ter and near range for small bunch of citttle. Inquire at this office.18-tf John Martin, of Martin & Mar- tin of Radersburg, was a visitor here Saturday. Archie McCormick is spending the holidays with his sister, Mrs. Averill, at Joliet. Dixon's malt for the ladies. 1-tf James Gillogly, of Canton, was a visitor in Townsend, returning Monday morning. Ben and Charley Thompson, for- est rangers, are visiting their fath- er, Job Thompson. Money to loan on city and ranch property. J. M. Lewis, Bell 'phone 740 -Red, Automatic 1104, Bailey Block, Helena, Mont. 18-tf Cliff Gordon left Saturday for Logan, where he expects to join the ranks of the N. P. • Friday and Saturday were record breaking shopping days among Townsend merchants. Try Dixon's malt—healthful and invigorating. 1-tf John Taylor, engineer of the Keating mines at Radersburg, was a visitor here Saturday. Ili; i;..iii I - 1-3- IfIllle 1 North Star lodge No. 19,1.0.0.F. will install officers for the ensuing term next Monday night. Quite a number of Townsend's young people attended the dance at Canton, Monday night. Don't forget the tournament at the new bowling alley every night. 2-tf Miss Mary Teague, of Butte, is spending the holidays with the family of D. D. McCarthy. Ed McCarthy assisted the Carter - Johnson Co. in the grocery depart- ment during the holiday week. Dixon's malt for the ladies. 1-tf Adolph Bucher, a ranger on the Elkhorn forest reserve, is spending the holidays visiting in Townsend. Grant Dean, who has been on the sick list for the last week, was able to be on duty at his shop Mon- day. Horace Geehan has a force of workmen engaged in the erection of a new residence near the fire house. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Doggett and son Howard of Helena, are spend- ing the holidays at their ranch on Duck creek. Grand Masquerade Ball given by the Women of Woodcraft on Dec. 30. Suite may be had at Mrs. Me- Cuin's. Order early for fancy suits. 21-tf Miss Lizzie Tayne, who is teach- ing school at Clyde Park, is visit- ing relatives here during her holi- day vacation. Fred Averill, of the Carbon coun- ty Journal of Joliet, spent Tues- day in Townsend on his way home from Helena. Call for a \Longfellow.\ 1-tf Ed Brown, of Toston, has been appointed under sheriff by sheriff - elect Doggett and is moving here from Toston. Mrs. R. M. Vaughn, matron of the I.O.O.F. Orphans home af Hel- ena was here Friday and Saturday of last week. Holiday Goods of all kinds at the Carter -Johnson Co. 22-tf Mr. Joe Broderick and wife have taken rooms in the Jobb house. Mrs. Broderick recently returned from Chicago. Frank Clark, who was born in these parts, but who has been at Joliet, is visiting friends here dur- ing the holidays. D. Ames, an old resident of Ton - ton; but now holding down a home stead near Hardin, was in town a few hours Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Ross, of Toe - ton, were in town Saturday, hav- ing a fractured arm of a daughter attended to by Dr. Smith. Mrs. Vesta Walker, teacher at the Mountain Glen school, while in Townsend Wednesday,gave Tax Opinion office a pleasant call. The 2nd annual Rebekah ball given last Friday night was fairly well attended and an enjoyable time was had by those present. Mrs. Murray has gone to Seattle to visit her son Charles L. who is superintendent of the health de- partment in that thriving coast city. Mike McLaughlin,of Radersburg, and president of the Miners' union at that place, spent a few days with his brother-in-law, Geo. Cloy this week. Rep.W.C.Whaley left this morn- ing for Helena to take up his duties in the legislature which meets Mon- day. Mr. Whaley will be quartered at the Grandon. 1 his Sign Means Quality. Prove It by Drinking 'MICA -1X OUR HOBBY Best Beer S Id in Montana \You'll like it all right.\ CATITAL CITY BIZEWINC/ CO. liZLENA, MONTA.211.6.. Bay your Xmas presents how while our stock is complete. The Carter -Johnson Co. 2' Messrs. Wendle Schreiner and: Grover Hannefield and Misses Rose i Denny and Eva Mackey had a very enjoyable Christmas supper at the Townsend House. Emmett R. Carroll, special agent ' of the Des Moines Life Iusuran , Co., returned from his home in ; Butte Sunday, where he spent a few days with home folks. We did not know that it was warm enough for bare feet and shirt sleeves, but it is reported that there was some one out in such a regalia Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Tit man, Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Suter Grant Dean and ye editor, wife and sou were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Har- vey at a Christmas Turkey dinner Sunday. W. H. McKnight was elected president of the Anglers' club, iu- stead of Geo. Faltermeyer as stated in last weeks' OPINION. Our infor- mant simply got his wires crossed. That's all. It is reported that a Mr. Crane has recently taken out a new pros- pect at the head of Montana gulch above Diamond. Gold quartz aver- aging $1,000 to the ton has been taken out. Al Cobb, in charge of the coal dock and pump house at the N. F. depot, left Tuesday on a visit to his old home in Indiana. His place will be filled during his absenee by Roy Brisbin. In the case of Pruitt vs the N. P. Ry. Co. for damages that was up for trial in the district court last was dismissed by plaintiff, the liti- gation having been compromised and settled out of court. Geo-. Scott, the operator at the N. P. depot, who is acting tempo- rary agent at Chesnut was in town a few days the first of the week. Mr. Scott expects to be back at his old position after New Years. Leslie L. Clay, principal the city schools, Miss Lizzie Barker, county superintendent -elect and Mrs. Lil- lian Kelly, of the city schools and Miss Doggett left Tuesday for Bil- lings to attend the state teachers' meeting. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Ross, who recently came here from Missouri, and have spent several weeks visit- ing friends and relatives, left Wed- nesday morning for Stevensville, where they expect to make their future home. Quite a number of strangers are arriving these days, some with fam- ilies, to take up their residence on homestead entries made last sum- mer. It is reported that some fifty or more of these dry land farmers arrived last week. Mr. Leslie L. Clay and Miss Liz- zie Barker attended the \Chocolate Soldier,\ given in Helena Friday night. They returned Saturday morning accompanied by Miss Bar- ker,. younger sister, who is attend. ing school in Helena. Mre.Henrietta De Walt went to Helena todaytto push her claims as a candidate for engrossing clerk of the lower house. Her many friends in Broadwater county and Town- send would be pleosed to see Mrs. De Walt land the place. Mr. Rae Swift, manager of the Montana Elevator Co. at Moore, with a friend, are spending the hol- idays at home, visiting Mr. Swift's relatives.. Mr. Swift's vacation is timely, as he expects to travel ex- tensively in the east and south for the next six weeLs or two months. ToAasend needs a steam laun- dry and a mill. We fail to see why it would not be better to grind the wheat that is raised here than to ship it out and have it aonverted into flour and feed stuffs and then ship it back thus charging the freight to the consumer Loth ways. Mr. H. S. Suter met with quite a severe accident Monday at his home one and a half miles from town. In an effort to load a heavy hay rack, Mr. Sitter !lipped letting the rack fall on him severely bruis- ing him across the breast and frac- turing one rib. Dr Ritchey was called and dressed the wound. qr. Suter will be confined to the lcm-e for some days. Lure (tear Havana Cigar As Sweet As Your Best Girl's Kisses. Louis S. Cohn & Co. BU'l TE, MONTANA. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• John H. Johnson IN Wines, Liquors and Cigars Toston, - Montana ..••••••••••••••11,11. ••••••••••••••••• V71 -1E INF - You HELENA CLUB SALOON the best is none too good for our patrons.\ tt1 - 1' BARRETT & DOGGETT, Ma in Street ELENA, MONTANA essP Miss Mabel McKnight arrived home Saturday from Ballentine, where she has been teaching,which position she has resigned. Miss Mc- Knight will take the place in the Townsend city school made vacant by the -election of Miss Lizzie Bar- ker to the office of county superin- tendant. A very nice /supper was held in the rear of Schreiner,s saloon Sat- urday night at which turkey was the predominating feature. All had a good time at the expense and hos- pitality of Mike Cavanaugh and \Bill\ Schreiner. The good . time ended in fine style with a good old Irish wake. G. E. Pool was the recipient of a fine Christtnas present in the form of an up -to -eats roller top desk. It appears that Chester got G. E.out hobnobbing with the ladies and while this was going on slipped down to O'Connor's and made the purchase and had the delivery made before G. E. caught on. Deputy Sheriff W. J. Hamper, of Radersburg, brought in an old man Monday, who was taken to the poor farm. The old man was a miner and a victim of two much liquor, causing him to get his ears frozen this winter and becoming otherwise incapacipated, until he became a subject of charity. it tiVrof. and Mrs. Jennings, of Liv- ingston, lost their only child, a boy aged about seven years about three weeks ago of pneumonia fever. Prof. Jennings formerly was a teacher of the county and taught here soffie seven' or eight years. Their old acquaintances here will regret to bear ofCheir bereavement. I IS as a sig- 1 111111 IVE WANT YOU to call when in Helena, and seethe New Fall Goods now being shown. Remember we will he glad to have you call 1 - 7 and get acquainted, we are always ready to show you, and 3 take special iride.iu showing our merchandise. \GET THE HABIT,\ AND CALL AT AUERBACH'S 3 North Main St., Helena. 40 g 4C. dg g g# Ogg g gee 141#10 , 1111411r1k1111010Michliille wt1141, a a A Bad Roof! I Clark Lumber Co. Like a leaky umbrella is all right till the time comes. Don't delay your rooting troubles an . / longer, but call and get our prices on Extra Star A Star, Red Cedar Shingles and Rubber Roofings. ••••• ****** •••••••••••••••• 1••••••-•....• Fine Rigs, Safe Drivers 1)ray in Connection VALLEY STABLES Best Horses and Carriages In the City. We always have Best Hay and Grain. These stables are commodious and always kept clean, having new harness, new carriages and gritChISH roadste , s. Prompt service Is one (lour stnng points. Stock boarded by the day, week or month WHEN IN TOWNSEND GIVE US A CALL HUDNALL 8z, OLMSTEAD TO WNS END, MONTAN A 1 I - I IIIIIII I-1 1 -1 -I -I IIII:1 :-I-I-I-1 t I I I I 1 I I I 1 I 1-1-4-1-1-i-±4-1 I-: i---1--i-t• -40/400i=- TI-1E EAGLE MOTEL J. B. BLAKESLEY, PROPRIETOR 1503 RAILROAD AVENUF. OPPOSITE DEPOT HELENA MONTANA CARD OF THANhs. We sincerely thank the friends and neighbors who kindly assisted vs during the sickness and death of our beloved darling. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Crocker and Children. OBITUARY. William Rufus Crocker was born in Clark county, S. D., July 11, 1910 and died Dec. 21st, 1910, aged 5 months and 10 days. He leaves a father, mother and two sisters, Ra- chael Marie and Frances May to mourn his departure. John Reed, of Bozeman, an old friend of the family attended the funeral. FOR SALE. Windows and Frames, John Gal- vin, Hassel. 7 7 -ti Toniv,entl Methodist Episcopal Church. Rev. John Chirgwin, Pastor. Sunday school at 10. Sacrernent of the Lord's Supper, 11. Every member of the church is expected to be present. Junior League at 3:00, Epworth at 7:00. Preaching service at 7:30. • This will be an anniversary ser- vice for the Masonic Fraternity of our city. Subject—\Three Stages of Human Life.\ The choir will render special se- lections. Prayer service on Thursday eve- ning at 7:30. vows, 4 .0. dersburg Methodist Episcopal Church Rev. John Chirgwin, Pastor. Sunday School at 2:00. Epworth League at 7:30. Preaching service on Monday evening at 8;00. The pastor will give New Year's add l'eRS. Stl bjeCt —\ A Solemn Dec- laration.\ t 1:2 ' , r9d1M. 9

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