Big Hole Basin News (Wisdom, Mont.) 1912-1925, November 29, 1923, Image 4

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< « Q BOUE B 4 S a W » Œ W I f i OtW AN&SHE THURSDAY, NOVEMBER « , IM * . 'm m m m a m m e m m i m m m m s e m m It you c m get It sa Mwrtwa. don't Mad out at tke atato lor the article* Juki« Look gpcat the week-end In Butte. FOR SALE— Good registered Jersey lull Bob Davis, Salmon, Ida. Adv. That Jackson masquerade Satur­ day night U going to be a humdinger Sweet cider, the kind you like, at 0 J Woodworth's. Sample It. adv Al. Reed is spending Thanksgiving week in Butte. Complete line of Dr. Roberts' Vet criuary remedies at the Rexall. Adv Boss Emerick drove over from Dil­ lon Monday to look after his stock. -Geer-ge Mudd writes from Billings to huve The News sent to him there tor the present. Don’t, forget that pair of mittens or glbves you left at 0 J Wood worth's . Adv-Nov 15 Manager Anson of the Basin Merc (pent Monday and most of Tuesday at the Divide store. Order that new suit of clothes for Thunksgiviug and the holidays. Sat­ isfaction always. 0 J Woodworth. Ad Messrs, and Mesdames Huntley and McKevitt drove to Butte Friday, returning Monday night. $250 00 phonograph and 50 rec­ ords for sale very reasonable. Write or plume O J Woodworth. adv-Oct25 Mr and Mrs Shields and Mr and Mrs LeRoy Arnold returned Tues­ day troni a visit to Butte. Leather vests, made by the H & L Block Glove Co , none better See them at Woodworth’s. adv-11-8 Roy Anderson is with us again Hoy likes the mine wage, hut it \sure do bleach him out.\ Mr - and Mrs. Capehart and Mr r.tid Mrs. Jesse Reed autoed to Butte flu inlay evening, returning Monday 111 gilt When In need of glasses don’t faf to see Drs, McKendry ft HannafR at the Butte Optical Co,. Butte. 1 Hay Shaw played the role of the village druggist In the Rexall store last week during the absence of Mr (Ju st in Butte. 1 OR KALE— Victrola Cabinet Pho­ nograph and about fill records. In quire of Mrs John Pondergast, Wis­ dom, Mont. Adv-Nov. 1 Mrs Oakes was called to Butte last week by the illness of her moth­ er, whose ailment happily Is not of a serious nature. Extra fancy Salmon Hirer apples the kind you like— Wealthy«, McIn­ tosh Reds, and Delicious, at 0 J Woodworth's. Adv-Nov 15 I) E Anson and family with Miss Hedstrom spent a happy hour Satur­ day night at the U— U ranch listen ing to the radio. 1 have a full line of hoys’ and men’s lined gloves and mittens. Call and look them over. O J Wood worth. Adv Oct 25 Johnnie Jahnke dropped In Mon­ day and made the Jahnke Bros, sub­ scription and brand publication safe for another year. Thanks. Harold Capehart and Don Anson are tailing about town that J P Lossl t on templates removing to California to engage in the erockery business. Claude Stsd Harry Lapham were Jackson shoppers last week, the first inea-tkmed very kindly remembering The News with two dollars and four bitS. From the Dfllou papers and the daily press ft seems the flying dry squad last week captured a stffl in the Big Hole hut that no arrests were made. Mr. MeCagar, who has had charge of the mechanical part of the cream­ ery since ft* establish meat, left Wis­ dom Sunday ea route BHiingx— “aod elsewhere.” he m M. _ . Solicit your patronage, with a pledge of prompt, careful ser­ vice; reliable, and satisfactory goods. Lowest Saving Price Mail order headquarters Lu- teys Central Store, corner of Main and Galena Streets. (HEART OF BUTTE) Make it your meeting place LUTEYS GROCERS COFFEE ROASTERS BUTTE. MONT. REGULAR COM Mi \ R ’.ITION No 61 A F <6 A M Meets first and thiri1 Tuesdays each monti Visti ing brothers ar always welcome D E lNSoN. . . .Worshipful Mastei RAY G11 AW Secretai'} JACKSON’ LODGE NO. 81 Every Tuesday Night at Jackson Noble Grand ........... Hubert D Basili Secretary .................... Leu Holloran I N S U R E With Hazelbaker for INSURANCE THAT INSURES KEATON T AMKUKY RENTAL SURGEON HI Gnose Flock Anaconda Mont. INSUURUNt E INDISPENSABLE There is no excuse ror lack or insurance, and to be without It is dangerous. We write all kinds STATE BANK OP WISDOM Blackleg Aggro.siu Vaccinate yonr calves with Black leg Aggressln, the only remedy that tan be used at the same time oihe: operations, such as dehorning, cas (.rating, branding, etc., are being per­ formed; and the only one that gives life-immunity— only one injection is ever necessary. Price is only 15c » dose Write or phone Dr. J I) Lee, Dil­ lon, and give him one week's notice Advertisement Oct. 25 Accidents Accidents are costing the United States mere than $2,250,000.050 an- nualiy- according to figures just made public by the National Safety Council. Pointing out that ¡approximately 12 million are killed or injured ev­ ery year, the report shows tjtaf the average individual is twice as likely to die of accident as of old age. One person out of every eight sus­ tain* as accident during the year. Every five minutes some person is accidentally kflied and 1,388 are in­ jured each hour. Five times as many persons are \ » injured as die Jack muté * ■ * — IBGKwpf wlTy-wi! <aP» l&KtS -W east m * M * » i r Meades. M g i * * * a Hdfc o f ewpteyment öwhug m a rear f t i t * » » are hm fro » work hy a&Mewtai injuries than are Mìe ~ •'•Mad* n r M o a rau r w u n ritogau:- Twkoy* for Xbaukagtsfet i Nice birds, weighing fiota seven to 20 pounds— and they’re not finished | by any means. Call Mrs. Ralph Jor­ genson, Big Hole ranch. Adv, 11-8 Slock Cattle and Steers (or Sale Three Hundred Head of Stock Cattle, including 2-year-old steer«. Cattle may be seen at ranch on Ratlcsnake creek west of Dillon. Adv.Nov l-4t A. Jardiae Rife. Turkey Shoot There will be target shooting at Flshtrap, Montana, for turkeys and geese November 18. between 1 p. m. and 6 p. m. of that day. Everybody nvlted— IV L Sopen Adv.11-8 Stock (’attic for Sale 500 head of slock cattle 75 head of which are beef steers; 175 calves thrown in. Prices can be obtained by writing Box 302, Lima, Mout. Advertisement Sept. 20. i DflloaFBraltBfe fio. i ■ .. ■ - ■■■■■:■ -UC- -•-’..-.'-A , EVERYTHING IN FURNITURE i , UEDDING AT OOR COVERINGS Our facilities for handling und shipping are not excelled in( Montana, and we solicit yeuri patronage bused upon competi-i tten with any other market in] the country. T. Paul, Proprietoij MO 4 M »* » « « « « « « « « ( M M H l*igs for Salo I have about 20 nice shoats and a tew older hogs which I can spare John Jackson, Jackson, Mout. Ad Wood for Sate We have about 100 cords o f 1G foot wood, cut green and now thor­ oughly seasoned, which we will de­ liver at $G a cord. Butler Bros., Wis­ dom. Adv. Sept. 20-lf MEN’S SUITS TO ORDER See Joe Woodworth before order­ ing your next suit, as he has some good bargains to offer. They will save you money. Your patronage solicited and satisfaction guaranteed Advertisement feb 15-tf .Sawing and Fencing 1 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 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, 12.00 and Up. Jor. B Bdwy aul Wyoming, Butte p ^ S S o ^ C A F E ^ j i t Reopened under new manuagement) 1 Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Combs, Preprieloi s. A Good Meal for 50c f • uiiiuit nnnii’nu hut <ti, m i n ■ ■ NCRES * , WISDOM « SECOND DOOR NORTH OF HOTEL Idaho Honey for Sale GO-pound can, $8 00. It) pi.und bucket, $ 1 7 5 Huken comi) he ne y, 20c per pound Two cans, $16 5 pound bucket, $1.00 ALL DI I.VIVERLI) I R10E E B Randolph Salmon, Idaho Be Dillon's Guest During American Legion Carnival And Market Week Wednesday, Thursday, Friday December 5,6 and 7 \Build Beaverhead's Business” is the slogan for this event. Big Hole will be represented in the agricultural display, which will chow the county's vast potential wealth in this field. This s the LEGION'S ANNUAL U N PENT— A HIGHl OWEll CARNIVAL Bargains Galore and a Good Time MASQUERADE BAU A T J A C K S O N . Saturday, Dec. 1 M b s a i d i M y f i n d SPECIAL Dty M s Attractions This Week 36-inch Renfred Ginghams 36-inch White and Colored Outings Ladies’ Fancy Rubber Aprons Silk and Wool Hosiery, Etc., Etc. Real Values in Men’s Furnishing Goods Wool Union Saits $3.50 to $7.56 Large Assorment of Mitts and. Gloves New Numbers in Hats and Caps. Shirts, So^, Shoes Is on the way, and so aro our gift goods. Finest selection for years will be ou display, the first goods arriving Dec, 1. Christmas Basin Mercantile Company Wisdom and Divide j A B C BESTAUBANT ' ! f SHORT ORDER HOUSE DE LUXE i - * * j A. B, Crane, Proprietor | I Raybestos Auto Brake Linings ! • Put ou with special machinery— a perfect factory job. At the A Patterson Machine Shop « j 220 E. Bdwy BROADWAY GARAGE Hutte | ! « « I jj Wisdom Cash Market | J. A. Louk, Proprietor 1 Special Rates on Meat in Quantities j •. Fi*h and Vegetables in Season • | Prompt Attention to Telephone j Headquarters | For Good Fishing Tackle jj A Large and Well Selected Stock of F L I E S of Alll Kinds, ■ Martin Reels, Leaden, Lises, Spinners, Hooks, Fishing a Baskets, Fly Hooks, Leader Boxes, Fishing Rods of All } Sizes and Weights, Priced at v $ 1 .5 0 up to $ 2 0 t Hunting and Fishing Licenses ! The *Rexatl Store \ Chas. Quist, Proprietor When in Dttîkai Think of THE MEN’S STORE * 0« yOST. ..^WJÇ m DCT . »F s ä ä * r m t “ b u s i n e s s is g o o d , w e m a k e it s o \

Big Hole Basin News (Wisdom, Mont.), 29 Nov. 1923, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.