Big Hole Basin News (Wisdom, Mont.) 1912-1925, October 04, 1923, Image 4

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c ö w a s d i h b Tm®SJXAlf, OCTOBER 4, U2I M a s g a a o K t a a M M i “Buy SwMtMuff Mate el Cew«r” Sam Robinson 1* cavorting around among the cattlemen o f the Baoln. Mrs. Garrett has left for Tacoma to he with her daughter, Mrs. Cully- Telephone Jakie Louk tor fresh fruits and tecetablee. adv-July 12 H Grteber, George Oliver and Chet Matthewson were over from Salmon last week. Complete Hne of Dr. Roberts’ Vet­ erinary remedies at the Rexall. Adv Mrs. Hathaway spent the week­ end in Jackson attending to profes­ sional duties. Dr. Walter Lee of Salmon was hob nobbing with old friends in the Ba­ sin last week. Mr, and Mrs. E E McClintock ar­ rived Tuesday from Spokane to look over the ranch. C E Miller returned Monday from a business visit to Butte which occu- ped a couple of days. Emil Swartz took a little run over Into the Bitter Root last week to re­ new old acquaintances. Jim Robinson has a made-over Ford truck which he thinks can out- pull uhuost any of 'em. Mr and Mrs. Wallace Francis and little eon arrived Saturday and are at home on the Twin Creeks ranch. O J Woodworth and family spent the latter part of last week at the Jesse Finsley ranch above Jackson A sweet baby girl arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs. Charles An derson in Wisdom Sunday evening J osbb Finsley was down from Jack son Friday and forced us to advance his name on our subscription books Win Huntley, E E Flood, S A Kimbrough and U W Matthews of Spokane are on a tour of inspection in the Basin. Ray Willey wants (he best and has bough I a dozen of the English Wlille Leghorn pullets from Mrs Hathaway. J R Loan! is erecting a new dwell ng on bis Noi'l.hfork ranch. The building will be 26*32 and Wm Kuudaeu is the contractor. A little son was bom to Mr. and Mrs Arthur Weasel at Jackson Sat­ urday morning. The Rev. Fr. Clif­ ford oftidated at the christening Sun day. Messrs. Knudsen and Taylor are home from (iibbonsville, where they have been building a residence for Charley Bell. It ie said to be the best in the once populous mining tamp. Selway & Gardiner of Anaconda are advertising a couple of hundred feeders which ought to appeal to our fellows These cattle are close to home and their owners are known to bo reliable. Nuffsed! Warren Flager came home Sun (1ny from his investgafion of Con­ tact, The new mining town In Idaho, and is satisfied to remain away from there for the present. He left at The News office a sample or building ma­ terial in use at the new diggings. It is a volcanic formation which whei taken from the ground is soft and the builders saw it into desired size and shape. It is said to be very sat­ isfactory. priftte BnrMa la th*.Wfi4t- era New», Hamilton Ringed by the mlgkty Reekie», 1 b culm, eternal strength, Lie» Big Hole River Basin, Of vast extent and length; No snorting locomotive Pollutes its peaceful lea; The solitude and silence Breathe deep tranquility. Encamped around the valley, In hazy distance blue, Rise lofty peaks, snow-mantled, Like guardians tried and true; In still, majestic grandeur Their crags point to the skies, While plflfts on sloping footholds Gaze down with wistful eyes. Like blushing, veiled madens By ardent lovers kissed, The pines are clothed in beauty Enhanced by veils of mist. Their opulescent mist-veils Are never quite the same; They soften every outline With charms one ne'er can name. A spirLt haunts this yalJeyL And they who know it best Say: “ Here has fled for refugs The Spirit of the West.” I R O N 1 H 1 E A C n N Q f Aye, T h a t’* the Rub. It is all right for the modern yonnj man to offer a slx-cyliuder love—bui the sensible girl wants to know who’i to keep it In gasoline. - T i l l » » IN VNTliltESI— bAVS- I N S U R E With Hazelbaker for INSURANCE THAT INSURES BEATON T ASBI UY DENTAL SURGEON H i Gnose Plock Anaconda Mont Wood tor Sale We have about 100 cords of 16 foot wood, cut green and now thor oughly seasoned, which we will de liver at $6 u cord Butler Bros , Wis­ dom. Adv Sept 20-tf Hay for Sale, Pasture for Rent I have about 3 50 tons of first class liay for sale al my ranch near Wis dom and good pusiure for rent,. Ad dress me at Dillon John M Baird Adv Sept 13 4t Slock Cal lie for Hale 600 head of slock cattle 75 head ol which are heel steers, 175 calves thrown in Prices can he obi allied by writing Bos 30 2, Lima, Mont Advertisement Sept. 2u. Fruits and Vegetables Peaches $1 35 a box; apples, Al 21.26. Potatoes, wheat, etc., at the same reasonable rate proportionately Leave orders at Wisdom hotel Adv sept 6 * J E HART. ROLL YOUR OWN w i n R B LACROIX “ Made in Montana” is the slogan. THIRTY DAYS FOR THEFT A young man probably about 18, giving his name as William Ander- m r and hi« home as Anaconda, was sentenced to 38 days in the county jail by Justice Ftephenson Monday. ' he lad was accused of petty larceny by Gene Cetltgsn. Mr. Cottigan has been sleeping in the Wisdom cafe building since the restaurant closed in order to protect Mr, Galloway’s property there and he alleges that Anderson removed s screen from the rear window and cat ©r broke tret ■ pane of glass to effect an entrance. This of coarse const it at as burglary bat Mr, Cofligaa did not file as eh s charge, hoping the stole» goods, among which was a watch belonging to Charley Feder, might be recov­ er ed^ The lad “ owned «*** to the theft of good* « h e r fhaa t e e wntA, e f wkfch he tatted nay Montana Rose I Iiovc You This pretty song, written by Mrs Clucas, nee Pearl Calvert, of Fish trap, tain be had upon application to Mrs. Clucae or by calling up The News. The price is only 35 cents. Adv Sept 13. English W hile Leghorns Whitney Barron cocks mated with Tanered hens— bred to lay. Young birds of tills strain, hatched in May, and a dozen old nens, White Leg­ horn, just out of moult, Call Mrs. Hathaway. Adv Sept 1-3 No Trespassing This is legal notice to all: I will suffer no trespass of whatsoever na­ ture upon my ranch. Violators of statutes “in such case made and pro­ vided’’ will be prosecuted to the full extent ©f the law. Adv. Sept 13 IRA WALKER Now Is the Time To get ready for winter Correct visiting cards for formal occasions. Letterlresds and envelopes for the long evenings that seem just made for letter-writing. All kinds of job work done well. Yes we have no high prices. Adv Here’s Tear Chance Leaving Wisdom,the following ar­ ticles are offered: One six-bole range One kitchen queen One reread folding table One 4 8 -inch extension dining table On« Minnesota sewing machine One 1x12 velvet jng , One «•aRm fye***^-»- - ' \ O s « library table One donble bed, springs, mattress Two ckfJd'» cribs Os* dresser O s * beftrooit rsg Os* tree air octM , engtee, eeasp’r m State I t a s i Reft Chickens «M it m m m i m hurley MEN’S SUITS TO ORDER See Joe Woodworth before order lug 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 THE ANACONDA STANDARD “ Montana's Rest Newspaper' ull A. P. Service. Carries Financial, All the News and Special National nd Mining Page Services. Subscribe for Anaconda Standard BUTTE, MONTANA TELEPHONE OFFICE HOURS Wisdom exchange open from 8 a. in. to 9 p. m daily except Sunday, ,hen the hour-a aro trorn 10 to 12 a. in. and 3 to 6 p. m. H. R Capehart, Local Manager There is no excuse for lack Insurance, and to be without it dangerous. We write all kinds STATE BANK OF WISDOM When in need of glasses don’t fail to see Drs, McKendry & Hanna An at the Dutte Optical Co., Butte. 1-f MICKIE SAYS- / g o s h ' H tR E S A u l CRROttO ' t HEI WIU, CREEP 1U.MOI HOW CAREFUL WE ARE 1 8UT> T M £ k l, COUSlOCRlWG HOV4 MAHN nH lM G S WE GOTTA S EE) TO Vj W A TCH, TVS A WOMOe»/ WE DOWY M A k ff MORE \ t*LC SAM SOI Solicit your patronage. With n pledge o t prompt, careful ser­ vice; reliable, and satisfactory goods. Lowest SavmgPrice Mail order headquarters Lu- teys Central Store, comer of Mein and Galena Streets. (HEART OF BUTTE) Make it your meeting place LUTEYS GROCERS COFFEE ROASTERS BUTTE. MONT. N t e t e t e t e P P P P P P « « 1 :: Dillon Furniture Go. EVERYTHING IN FURNITURE BEDDING,FI <OOR COVERINGS Our facilities for handling and shipping are not excelled in 4 Montana, and we solicit your 4 patronage based upon competi-| tion with any other market in l the country. ¡G. T. Paul, Proprietor] H I » » « « « « « * « « « « « « « » Sawing and Fencing I have bought the Troupe wood saw and boring and rimming machine. I will rim poles, bore posts or saw your wood at reasonable prices. Grover Helming A U M l ACOMA HOTEL Arthur Derry, 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, 82.00 and Up. Cor. E. Bdwy a r j Wyoming, Butte REGULAR COMMUNICATION No 61 A F. & A. M Meets first and third Tuesdays each month Visiting brothers are always welcome. D E ANSON. . . .Worshipful Master RAY SHAW ........................ Secretary JACKSON LODGE NO. 81 Every Tuesday Night at Jacuson Noble Grand ........... Hubert D Bushy Secretary .................... Len Holloran Pure cider vinegar 5Ce a gallon at O J Woodworth’s Adv-jun 7 F l ... I 220 E. Bdwy Raybestos Auto Brake Linings ( Put on with special machinery— a perfect factory job. At the Patterson Machine Shop BROADWAY GARAGE B u t t * 200 Fine Feeder Steers 200 j We will have about 200 head of 2 and 3-year-old <^g- homed feeder steers, of excellent quality and in good flesh, for sale. These steers will be sorted and in a separate pasture about O c tob e r 15th and can be seen at the Home Ranch, French Gulch. Selwajf Hardinr, Anaconda, Mont j M « t a i l> t * I < \ I ■ I ■ ~ t ' ’ i - -f- i i r*’\“ • t*”' 1 1 \V - . ................................ ..... - . .. X ,1 V I -* r* ^ % • * * t . 1 v - * . ’ - V- H 4 iS tJê'Sm '* 4'W\* « W » 4 ■+* \ ■ . |§j We call your attention to our FALL specials in WEARING APPAREL*** seasonable goods at low prices Watch the Saturday Grocery Sjpecias MONEY SAVERS H Basin Mercantile Company Wisdom and Divide j H e a d q u a r t e r s For Good Fishing Tackle A Large and Well Selected Stock of F L I E S of Alll Kinds, Martin Reels, Leadens, Lines, Spinners, Hooks, Fishing Baskets, Fly Hooks, Leader Boxes, Fishing Rods of AH Sizes and Weights, Priced at $ 1 . 5 0 u p to $ 2 0 Hunting and Fishing Licenses T h e 'R e j c a ll S t o r e Chas. Quist, Proprietoi IM I ft ! i Wisdom Cash Market J. A. Louk, Proprietor i I Special Rates on Meat in Quantities i !.. Fish and Vegetables in Season Prompt Attention to Telephone « J r ! i i 1 B D RESTAURANT SHORT ORDER HOUSE DE LUXE ( A. B. Crane, Proprietor i l T L S . M A I L | j Passengers, Freight and Express j SEVEN-PASSENGER CAR | ¡ Leaves Wisdom Daily ......................... 8 fX) A. M * Arrives Butte Daily .......................... 12:00 M J Leaves Butte Hotel Daily ........................... 250 P. M • ! * Meets North Bound Train at Divide Î Arrives W isdom ........................ .. ............................. 6 JO P. M i MAIL TRUCK SCHEDULE Leave Divide 8:45 À. M. Arrive Wisdom 1:45 P, M Lv. Wisdom 250 P. M. Arrive Divide 6 5 0 P .M We have the equipment to take care of passenger*’ excess baggag when t i e sn& is a S s s r e i I

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