Big Hole Basin News (Wisdom, Mont.) 1912-1925, May 29, 1924, Image 4

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Mrs. £ N J o s « left SUs4*/ for a visit to Spokane. Water Bierie has takes ttsto him* sv'it' a tu-w Chevrolet. Smator Hazelbaker came over os business last Friday. Wilt Armit&ge made » business ti p to Ross’ Hoe Friday. CC Ol* YOUNG SHORTHORN bull lor sale. Ilan Tovey Sr. Adv6-l-t Mr, and Mrs. J F Loaal gave a dln- rii r party Sunday, cover# bating laid tor 14. Sweet cider, the kind you like, at 0 J Woodworth’s. Sample it. adv Ivh'i'l. Fullerton of Jackson i# In the employ of Helming Bros, for the roeason. A FEW 5-GALLON CANS of honey left at $7.00 each, delivered. E. B Randolph, Salmon, Ida. Adv 3-20-lm Mrs- George Stewart went down (o Hutto last Saturday on a visit to h r daughters. Meadames Lossl and Leverlch en- lirtalu the Ladies Aid this (Thurs­ day ) afternoon. Sam Robinson of Butte bought a n < e bunch of beef stuff from A 0 (, useiud last week. Mrs. Fred Francis left Friday In lu-r car to Join Mr. Francis on the land» over the divide, Mrs John Pendergnat nccompa- n od Mr lVndergast to Butte Mon­ day in the big Packard. Hazel Holman la hom e from Ida­ ho, wlme she spent the Winter, and iy much improved in health. ‘Shorty\ Cunningham came up from Piedmont last week and sold his homestead to the Huntley Cattle company. Les Merritt, Elmer Pickett and Jink If.»main were In town from Jack. son Friday on their way to the Bitter Root. Meailamo) Leverlch and Cottrel at tended the meelW of the county federation of woman’s clubs at Dll- lu.i last week. Ray Shaw successfully played the role of druggist last week while Mr ijuisl, was abse nt at the Shrine mooting in Butte. Jack Paddock wa# up Saturday 'row the F.ishtrap neighborhood and very kindlly remembered me News with a theck. Thanks. Mr and Mrs, llrlmbaeombe and d ii gin era ami Mr. an! Mrs, Harvey i f Butte were week-end guests of Mr ■ml Mrs. George Iamms. Mr ami Mrs. Fred Nelson of Jack son went over to the Bitter Root last week, Mrs. Nelson remaining there fi r a viiii with her relatives. Messrs, and Mesdamea Capehart Bchreiher and McKevltt ■ an toed to Gold creek, in Deer Lodge county last Saturday, returning Sunday, o B Canfield is advertising a sale of hU entire ranch equipment Bat- in-day at 11:00 a. m., with a big free lunch at noon. Look up the od. Solicit your patronage, with a pledge of prompt, careful ser­ vice; reliable, and satisfactory good«. Lowest Saving Price Mall 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. Sales and Service FOR BOLTON'S BENEFIT The Wisdom jokeiiuUli, who is an ardent admirer—in fact, a personal friend—of Dr. Bolton, formerly a practitioner in the Basin but now in the service of the government at Hel­ ena, springs this on his friend: Army Surgeon—Well, I’ll ree if i morning, my man? Patient—Fine, but my breathing troubles me. Army Surgeon—Well,l I’ll see If 1 can stop that tomorrow. Office Boy—1 hardly know what to do with my week-end. Stenog—Put a hat on It to keep it from catching cold Come in and look over our stock of Tires, Tubes and Auto Accessories Our Repair Shop Is Complete Irrigating Time Means Rubber Boots h iii — iiii — inn mi................... ...... . ...................... ... ,mk mu 11 Black Knee Bools a t . .......................... $4 00 a Pair Black Sporting Boots a t . . ................ 5 00 a Pair Fine Red Knee Boots a t .................. $4 75 a Pair Fine Red Sporting Boots a t ................ 6 00 a Pair 7 Helming Bros. Wisdom, Mont i * F»r Sole Several acts of good work harness, r (host of carpenter tools, two good saddle horses. See <!«*> Butler, Chapman Ranch For Sale Two Holstein heifers, also some Dur­ ham«; came fresh about six weeks Ego. Mrs. A Decker, Rout* 1, Hamil­ ton, Montana. Adv may *1* D o d g e B r o t h e r s S P & C I A L T Y P E - - A 5 E - D A N Three considerations recommend this Sedan to a wide circle of buyers- A new and substantial beauty-height­ ened by many special appointments. A seat depth, body length and spring suspension that have revolutionized the riding qualities of all Dodge Brothers Motor Cars. A reputation for intrinsic goodness that dates directly back to the first T y p e - A Sedan bearing D o d g e Brothers name. $1545 f.o.b, Detroit; #1790 delivered SILVER BOW MOTOR CAR CO Patk and Idaho. Phone 880, Butte 400 East Park, Anaconda, Phone 99 r i H!L*1 3 rS(* A B C RESTAURANT ( SHORT ORDER HOUSE DE LUXE f j A. B. Crane, Proprietor J «» HSSÏ9 r i Wisdom Cash Market ( J. A. Louk, Proprietor j ] Special' Rates on Meat in Quantities j * Fish and Vegetables in Season * i. Vegetables Prompt Attention to Telephone j 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 Hook?, Leader Boxes, Fishing Rods of all Size sand Weights, Priced at l $1.50 up to $20.00 X H unting and Fishing Licenses jChas. Quist Proprietor) 'llilllllllllllUlHllllllllllllli^^l«? illlüll! Dillon Furniture Go. EVERYTHING IN FURNITURE BEDD1N G,FJ <OOR COVERING M Our facilities for handling and shipping are not excelled to Montana, and we solieft your patronage based Upon eompeti- ttoa with any other market to the country, G .T . Paul, Proprietor FREIGHT RATES Tire Talk L e t U s T a k e Care of Your Tire W ants Guaranteed Tires 30x3 Fabrie ...................... 1 < II 0x3 $4 Cord ......................... > 21 2x4 Cord . ............................. 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Big Hole Basin News (Wisdom, Mont.), 29 May 1924, located at <http://montananewspapers.org/lccn/sn85053312/1924-05-29/ed-1/seq-4/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.