Big Hole Basin News (Wisdom, Mont.) 1912-1925, September 13, 1923, Image 4

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“Buy Seaetiteg M l t l ef Mr. and Mr*, day, «a route KaUa- pell to Missouri, stopped ia Wisdom Friday A complete line ol Dr. Robert* Veterinary Remedies at the Rexall Mr. and, Mrs. J T Armitage were visitors in Butte tor a couple ot days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Van Houten have moved to DiUon tor the winter. Telephone Jakie Louk tor tresh fruits and vegetables. adv-july 12 Louis Givogre left Monday with his daughter Ada, tor Butte, where the. young lady enter» high school. Pure cider vinegar 5Cc a gallon at 0 J Woodworth's Adv-jun 7 Harold Capehart, Will Torey and ------- Roy -Otircr, - with -thekf- futaUlea-loft. .Sunday on a camping trip to Twin Bukos. LOST-Fountain pen. Finder please return to News office. G A White Adv sept 6 Mrs. Hathaway leaves Friday to lake charge of the health exhibits and tv hold clinics at the Lone Pine and Plains fairs. Miss Leon, Beaverhead county nurse, will hold a baby clinic at the Community building in Wisdom Sat­ urday of this week W A A milage returned from Butte Friday ills hand U not worth much to him yet but Is beginning to re­ sume Us functions. Mr and Mrs Fred L Htrschy and Master Jack,with Mr and Mrs Fritz Walchly and George Gotzlieb, autoed to ¡Salmon Saturday. Joe Woodworth was back at his old post throwing mall during the absence of Postmaster Tovey on a little vacation this week. 1 Miss Elise Armitage of Hunting ton Beach, California, arrived last week to visit her unde, W A Arm! tage ,at Bunny Slope ranch Miss Huth and Master Ralph are stopping at the Han a Jorgenson ranch home during the absence of their mother In a Butte hospital. Gus Wenger returned to his home at Jackson Monday, having spelnt Friday and Saturday in Wisdom and inspecting his mining properties Sun­ day Forest Ranger Ramsey has moved his family to Wisdom for the winter in order to have school advantages The Ed Miller residence is their lo­ cution Mis W J Tope was operated upon in a Butte hospital Tuesday fore­ noon, Mr Tope phoning later that she appeared to be lu the best pos­ sible condition. R, y Ford and Chet Harrington of Jackson, with their families, have left on an extended auto trip whieh includes California and ends for a time, at least, in Missouri. Levi Lenholm is in charge of the tonsorai parlors at Wisdom while \lib ndie” disports himself in the lim pid waters of Medicine Sprngs and otlorwlse enjoys a vacation. Roy Oliver spent a couple of days in Butte last week, on business for the Basin Mercantile, and was doped by the Butte dally press as “a prom­ inent rancher of the Big Hole,” C I G A R E T T E S 1 0 ‘ GENUINE “B ull \ DURHAM TOBACCO LIITEYS SoUcityou-r. juUxawtgfi. .. ffiiUl.a pledge of prompt, careful ser­ vice; reliable, and satisfactory goods. Lowest Saving Price Mall order headquarters Lu- teys Central Store, corner of Main and Galena Streets. (HEART OF BUTTE) Make it your meeting place LUTEY8 GROCERS COFFEE ROASTERS BUTTE. MONT. EARLY FALL IN OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT Dependable Merchandise Values at Lower Prices White Outing Flannels, 25c values, yard.... I9}4c Colored ' “ “ regular 25c, yd. . . . . 18Kc Large Assortment Sateens, 45c value ........... 32,Vic Curtain Scrims, 25c and 30c values, 17 >2 to 22Vic A Few Patterns Zephyr Ginghams left, yd. .27>2C We are putting on sale 35 dozen Corticelli and Kloster Mercerized Crochet Cottons at $1.20 perdoz., 12c per ball Boys’ Winter Union Suits $,1.75 and $2.50 values . ......... $1.25 and $1.85 Misses’ Winter Union Suits $2.00 and $2.75 values................ $1.50 and $2.00 Ladies’ Winter Union Suits $2,75 and $3.00 values ................ $2.00 and $2.25 Latest Styles and Colors in Ladies’ Silk and Wool Hosiery, pair.,. .$1.95 and $2.25 EXCEPTIONAL VALUES AND UP-TO-DATE It is our endeavor to give our patrons good goods at prices equal to others, and many times at lower cost to you I THE BASIN MERCANTILE COMPANY I N S U R E With Ilazelbaker for INSURANCE THAT INSURES Wood \\ aim'd About three or four cords of stove wood- .. cnonugh ut least to until winter- Call at The News ice Ailv a g J Good («rade Diary Cows BE,\TON T ANBURY DENTAL SURGEON iti ».uose Block Anaconda Mont. d I . las i o! <1 i Dr. J. D. Lee Veterinary Surgeon TELEPHONE OFFICE HOURS Wisdom exchange open from 8 a m. to 9 p. m daily except Sunday ✓ hen the hour» aro from 10 to 12 a m and 8 to 6 p. m II R Capehart, Local Manager Twelve o t 'em for V’ oi) ca:-h .L i OF DILLON se.y and Giuntisi y 1) t'tl .Si i Fr \ be in (be Basin September 23, ’’ni ne i» Ht Twin ( T . ! « , ri nel) ;i - Bull for Hale i ,t,(l 25 Ranchers desiring his ires or professional advee may Guet nsi j |e e call at Lossl’s sidle, Jackson, One 3 year old 1 I.Tl'd (duel'll or ul The News office, Wisdom sey bull Foi mil < u la i h addrees i' V TV SEI, DIVIDIO, MONT MEN’S SUITS TO ORDER Advertisement Repi 1 2t* Kee Joe Woodworth before order- Jack May bee haa returned from Salmon-. Idaho, where he and his mother have purchased a home in order that Eric and Beulah may en­ joy the advantages of high school. G E MeWatty has arrived to look after the development work of the Wisdom Silver Mining compact on the Wilke Bros, holdings which this company is working under a lease and bond. According to the Dillon corres­ pondent of Butte and Anaconda dal­ lies Mi Ion Rotary club is credited with being the second organization to send a contribution for the Jap­ an e-ye sufferers. It Is amusing to see a pinhead on ta board of eotrnty commissioners ex­ posing the anterior portion « t his anatomy s an effort to * * * * * a # » ( « * * p o S T E Ai*nE*S TIME wire newspaper far Its } n t crttfcfem Huy for Hale, 1‘nature for Rent 1 have about 150 tons of first class hay for sale at my ranch near Wis­ dom and good pasture for rent Ad dress me at Dillon John M Baird Adv Sept 13 4t Not uii Employment »gency We don't charge (he • a penny for getting a Job. but v, can bring you all the men you in- 1 - 30 at a Lime If necessary i’hi , 1004, Butte Adv July 19 Fruits and Vegetables Peaches $1 35 a' box, apples. Al. $1 25 l’utatoes, xvbeut, etc, at the same reasonable rate proportionately Leave orders at Wisdom hotel. Adv sept 6 * J 10 HART Montana Rose I Hive You Tills pretty song, written By Mrs Clucas, rice Pearl Calvert, of Fish trap, can be had upon up plication to Mrs. Clucas or by calling up The News. The price is only 3D cents. Adv Sept 13 English White ¡jcgdmrns Whitney Barron cocks mated w'ith Tancred hens— bred-to-lay. Young birds of this strain, hatched in May, and a dozen old hens, White Leg­ horn, just out jf rnoult. Call Mrs, Hathaway, Adv Sept 1-3 No Trespassing This is legal notice to all: I will suffer bo trespass of whatsoever na ture upon my ranch. Violators of statutes ”I b such case made and pro­ vided” will be prosecuted to the full extent o f the law, Adv. Sept IS IRA WALKER lng your next suit, as he has some good bargains to offer. They will save you money. Your patronage solicited and satisfaction guaranteed Advertisement feb 16-tf M A » » » « » » » » « « « C > « « 4 H 1 Dillon Furniture Go.! * l EVERYTHING IN FURNITURE * l REDDING,FLOOR COVERINGS £ Our facilities for handling and i (J shipping are not excelled In i £ Montana, and we solicit your ( A patronage based upon competi , i tion with any other market in ( the country ^ | g . T. Paul, Proprietor! Tliq ANACONDA STANDARD “Montana's Best Newspaper’ full A. P. Service. Carries Financial, Ail the News and Special National nd Mining Page Services. Subscribe for Anaconda Standard PUTTE, MONTANA Sawing and Fencing I have bought the Troupe wood saw and boring and rimming machine, I will rim poles, bore posts or saw ysur wood at reasonable prices. Grover Helming REGULAR COMMUNICATION No 61 A. F. & A. M Meets first and third Tuesdays each month Visiting brothers are always welcome. iNSON. , . .Worshipful Master SH AW ....................... Secretary When in need ot glasses don't fa!) to see Drs. McKendry & HannaHl* at the Butte Optical Co.. Butte, fr If you can get it In Montana, don’t »nd out of the state for the article\ ACOMA HOTEL Arthur Berry, Proprietor Steam Heated, Hot and Cold Water In Rooms. Public, Private and Shower Baths. Rooms Single or En Suite. RATES ONE DOLLAR AND UP With Bath, 92.00 and Up. Cor. E. Bdwy ac.1 Wyoming, Butte JACKSON LODGE NO. 81 Every Tuesday Night at Jenson Noble Grand .......... Hubert D Bushy Secretary ................... Len Holleran Found A lady's glove was left at the Cash market one day last week and is at The News office awaiting its owner. Mrs, Chas. Quiet found two ladies’ hats on the Wisdom-Divide road and left them at The News office, where the owners ean recover them on pay­ ment o f chargee for publication. j 'Wisdom Cafe First Door North of the Hotel I L A G ood M eal and A S quare D eal Butte-Wisdom Auto Stage Leaves Grand Hotel Daily ................... 7 £10 A M Arrives Wisdom Daily ......................... 1130 A M Leaves joe Woodworths Wisdom, Daily 12 ffi M ...... . ....... .. ........... 12:30 P M Rl i Headquarters For Good Fishing Tackle A Large and Well Selected Stock of F L I E S of Alll Kinds, Martin Reels, Leaders, Lines, Spinners, Hooks, Fishing Baskets, Fly Hooks, Leader Boxes, Fishing Rods ol All Sizes and Weights, Priced at $ 1 .5 0 up to $ 2 0 Hunting and Fishing Licenses The 'Rejcall Store (M ! X Hunting and V ishing Licenses X I The *Rejcalt Store j j Chas. Quist, Proprietoi j i Wisdom Cash Market J. A. Louk, Proprietor * ! 1 Special Rates on Meat in Quantities j • Fish and Vegetables in Season * j Prompt Attention to Telephone j ------- ------------ ------------ ------------ ------------ ------------ ------------ ---- - i i i, A B C RESTAURANT i SHORT ORDER HOUSE DE LUXE f A. B. Crane, Proprietor j i» t [ TJ. ©T m AI l T / l Passengers, Freight and Express j 1 S E V E N - P A S S E N G E R CAR I ¡ Leaves Wisdom Daily................................. 8:00 A. M * Arrives Butte Daily ................... ............... 12:00 M I Leaves Butte Hotel Daily ......................... 2:30 P. M [ ( * Meets North Bound Train at Divide j Arrives Wisdom ............. .......................... 6:30 P, M f j MAIL T R U C K SC H E D U L E j f Leave Divide 8:45 A. M. * Arrive Wisdom 1:45 P. M f ! Lv. Wisdom 230 P.M. Arrive Divide 6:20 P. M » We have the equipment to take [ cere of passengers* excess baggag 1 Stay with your did stage fine when the stmtsi And well take cara of yog when the soowhaBs are fiyirtg n l - j ___ - ___ i ~ a ~ * ± s r reBufirgasi it

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