Big Hole Basin News (Wisdom, Mont.) 1912-1925, May 08, 1924, Image 4

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M a o H a m b a s t o , « a f f i e r g m CXJW AND THS BiQ BEX THURSDAY. MAY 8, 1884 Ranger Vogelsang hal $9M «* his \ ..(.»tiC .3. Ti'UKKY EGGS 30c each at the Big He!« .Ranch. Ad , 4-10—tt Mr, and Mrs ill-,! Butte Friday. Ladies Aid meets a cat week with Mis. Carl Huntley. Mr. and Mrs. E H Haserodt were Thursday shoppers. GOOD YOUNG SHORTHORN bull ter sale. Han Tovey Sr. Adv6-l-t Carl Johnstone'has fired up at his sawmill ou the west side again. Uweet cider, the kind you like, at 0 J Woodworth's. Sample It. adv Ben Oakes went to Butte last wi ek to visit Mr», Oake» and the baby. A FEW 5-GALLON CANS ot honey left at S7.00 each, delivered. E. B K;.lulolph, Salmon, Ida. Adv 3-20-lni Airs. W A Arniitage was a Monday e. ller ’on The News/ from Sunny Slope. When In need of glasses don’t fni) to see Drg. McKendry A Hannafln at the Butte Optical Co,. Butte. 1-t Airs. While was a Wednesday call­ er, ordering The News sent across the wateis FIVE HUNDRED ON Members cf the Five Hundred club autoed to the Parcons ranc¥ Saturday night and had the time of .tfew&r ■; A »upper of roast suckling pig and CaJdftorata tamale pi«, with all tho accompanying goodies, awaited the hungry horde and the manner in which the guests deported them­ selves at the festive board signified Dresden Shields vis- better than The News could possibly tell how thoroughly enjoyable was the repast. At cards Mrs. Don Anson won the. ladies’ prize, a handsome apron, and Joe Woodworth wore away another pair of link cull buttons as evidence of hla prowess— Jakle Louk says It wasn't Joe’s playing but that of his partners which put him up head and Georg» Parsons says it doesn't mat­ ter if he came out of the game with a mtllon points they would't count anything. At the guessing contest or charade Don Anson’s '‘chambermaid\ was the loudest hit but we are not permit ted to \give It away.\ John Wharton, Art, Klessig and Ed Miller and faintly were guests of the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Parsons maintained their reputation as hosts perfectly. They both seem to anticipate the de­ sire of a guest before he himself has the opportunity to express it ar.d arc so geutiy solicitous that a visit to the Parsons ranch Is a pleasure never to be forgotten. Cards, charades, dancing and oth­ er entertainment reached out into the dawn of unothtr day and all oi the male members of the party were Mr and Mrs. John Troupe will oc- Present when the engine was started copy ilia Ray Deal residence during 11.e summer. Ilenry Olsen dropped in Saturday ( i his way to Ilutte and Dillon and eui iched The News strong box. An hie Siewurt dropped up ho his (.Id stomping ground Wednesday of lad week after a sojourn In Ilutte. Mrs Victoria Troupe has been eu- gai.ed for the summer by Manager t’a| (hart of the local telephone. REG ISTIOllED SHORTHORN f >ur- yi nr old bull for sale or trade. See Weldon Else. Adv May 8 Ain Mary Simmons was in from tho Speckled Trout ranch for a dayi It:si week, shopping and visiting. Ray Willey has returned and will for the present assume the duties of ass stunt postmaster at Wisdom. LOST— Paekagi» of music bearing Dresden Shields’ name; 14 or­ chestra selections. Finder please cave at News. Adv.4-10-tf Ed Galloway, former proprietor of the Wisdom cafe, came up from l.utte last week on a business visit, Joe O'Neil, proprietor of the ¡ipei khil Trout ranch, came up from Butte last week cullin' \ and watched the milking machines. workings of the to see \'ow ’s she Mrs Martin Crane and her slster- in-law Virginia Crane were Butte vi-itors last, week, returning home w ill Hans Jorgenson. Roy Hall has returned, satisfied that there are worse places than the Rig Hole. He landed a good job be­ fore he had been here 24 hours. Bob Ellwood is home from South­ ern California and has been employ­ ed in the grocery department as the Basin Mercantile since his return, William Huntley arrived from Spokane last Thursday and will re­ main for some t'me, me understand, looking after his ranching Interests hoie, Quite a number of Wisdom eitl- Z'-ns attended the meeting of the board of county commissioners this week in the Interests of the Trail creek irrigation project. Mr. and Mrs, Lou Gross returned Saturday from Butte, where Mr. . Gross has been under the care of a physician for some time. He looks a thousand per cent better. Matt Christiansen was up from Squaw Creek ’Wednesday and says he doesn't care bow soon school is dis­ missed for the summer because he wants his family to eome home. •WHarray.resident manager of the Highland ranch, dropped is Friday to hare os disetratteae the \to re^t\ local Messrs. Frank Paadtema ti4 $m Sha# ham* S a u ll «h* jpsmtare. County Commissioner J E Shuw made a careful inspection of the road west of Wisdom which has an uncanny habit of washing out every Bprtng and ordered a bridge put in Walter llansen of the Hansen Packing Co , Butte, came up Sunday evening in his Pierce Arrow tliummj to receive the steers which he has had on feed at the Montgomery ranch. John I'endergast returned Thurs day of last week from Spokane, drtv lug a big Packard car which will hi Used for passenger servica on Hu Divide-Wisdom stage route dining the summer. Mrs. John Hutchins returned Monday from a visit with her mothe- at Palo Pinto, Texas, tlhe doesn't say whether she drank from all the famous wells downs there, hut she is the picture of health. Miss Dorothy Stephens was most acceptably surprised on her 18 th birthday last Thursday by a number of friends from Wisdom as well as from the ranch neighborhood at her pretty Meadow Lawn ranch home. A royal good time was enjoyed and the popular young lady received many gifts as well as. congratulations. Dr, Asbury, the Anaconda dentist who made this territory a couple of seasons and made so many friends here, is making special prices on his work at his office In Anaconda for a short time. It will pay those in need of perfect dental services to see his advertisement in another column. The road is open and ft neat sum can be saved. Notice the Basin Mercantile adver­ tisement this week, Altogether too many of our fellows, and some of the girls, God bless ’em, are lured by the smooth-tongued salesmen repre­ senting \knitting mills” and order what purports to be made-to-measure ‘woolen\ goods. Sometimes they are woolen-i—and sometimes they are not— likewise the made-to-measure stuff is all too often mere bunk. See, first, what the Basin Merc, has for you and don't be buncoed out of a dollar by those who don't tare a rap whether you have a job or not. Batts for Men and Boys See those new and snappy spring and summer samples at O # Woodworth’• Adv-feb 14 Solicit your patronage, with a pledge of prompt, careful ser­ vice: reliable, and satisfactory goods. Lowest Saving Prict! Mall order headquarter» Lu- teys Central Store, comer of Main and Galena Streets. (HEART OF BUTTE). Make it your meeting place LUTEYS GROCERS COFFEE ROASTERS BUTTE. MONT. D o u 6 e B rothers * F o u r Tire Talk Let Us Take Care of Your Tire Wants Guaranteed Tires 30x3 Fabric ........................... ? § 25 0x8 Vi Cord .......................... 9 25 2x4 Cord ............................... 16 75 Heavy Tourist Tubes 0x8 .......................................... • Î2 25 :’,0x3 Vi .................................... . 2 76 2x4 .......................................... . 3 6 j 81375 f.o.b.Detroit; 51005 delivered Silver Bow Motor Car Co Park and Idaho. Phone 880, Butte * 400 East Park, Phone 99, Anaconda Helming Bros THE ANACONDA STANDARD \Montana’s Best Newspaper’ •’ull A. J5. Service. Carries Financial, All the News and Special National nd Mining Page Services. Subscribe for Anaconda Standard BUTTE, MONTANA 2 0 PER C E NT DISCOUNT ON ALL WORK CONTRACTED FOR BEFORE THE 21ST OF MAY I Let me know when you are coniin g and I will make a special effort to finish your work it the least possible time. All Work Done Absolutely Painles DR. B. T. ASBURY DENTIST 16 GNOSE BLOCK ANACONDA, MONTANA BUICK -AND- CHEVROLET Sales and Service Come in and look over our stock of Tires, Tubes and Auto Accessories Our Repair Shop Is Complete Helming Bros. Wisdom, Moot It n reported in WStGem Had Mi Jacks« imi m b a te­ lar wedferf Notice to Ssftnerfbcr* It has become neeesary t# notify all subscribers that they ara respons­ ible for an long-distance calls orig­ inating from their telephones, or to notify the company that they will not b« responsible for ANY calis or- tgtnattng theeef/om, regar «De»* mt who the party m m he, calling ~ said trteyihaaB. ~ It t» « * iiepeasihíEty f or the «per- Everybody Come to the . t 1 ( j , ft. , * 4 % ''VJ»*'* 4 S*w* * * ’ * >* i * f '*• •# s #< \ * ’w Y - ~ g Gents’ Furnishing §j v We are headquarters for Moose Overalls Pants, Shirts Underwear and Sox “Inspect our line before you buy* Especially Your Winter Wearables Basin Mercantile Company Wisdom Store 3 3 ¿ 3 1 * 3 3 # 3 m 3 . 3 3 3 3 r i 1 A I C RESTAURANT SHORT ORDER HOUSE DE LUXE [ A. B. Crane, Proprietor J Í w ; i Wisdom Cash Market J. A. Louk, Proprietor 1 ! i Special Rates on Meat in Quantities j * Fi*h and Vegetables in Season « | Propipt Attention to Telephone j i Big Hole Drug Store) Headquarters for Fishing Tackle A large and well selected stock of F L I E S of all kinds, Martin Lines, Leaders. Reels, Spinners, Hooks, Fishing Baskets, Fly Hooks, Leader Boxes, Fishing Rods of all Size sand Weights, Priced at $1.50 up to $20.00 Hunting and Fishing Licenses Chas. Quist ' Proprietor 1 “Clean Easy Milkers” The height of perfection in milking machine construction. We Install a 20-cow machine for 1265.00; a 40-cow machine for 1435,00. Reference*: Montana State Ooilege, Boiemaa, or Ringling Dairy, White' Suflphnr Spring». A complete stock of machines and parts carried at our Western Branch at Missoula. CLEAN EASY MILKER CO General Office and Salesrooms, 122 Wept root Street, Mteeonla, Mont,

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