Kendall Chronicle (Kendall, Mont.) 1902-190?, May 13, 1902, Image 4

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4. Kendall. Montana, May 13, 1902. KENDALL CHRONICLE Published weekly where the big mines are situated. IL R. CLEVELAND Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCBrPTIOS RATES: One Year $2.00 Six Months ... Pay in advance and avoid the disagreeable dunning letter. A Wonderful Showing. As announced last week by this paper work is to at once begin on the third mill in Kendall. , This is certainly good news. The new plant is to have a capacity of one hundred and fifty tons of ore per day, and when it is in operation the total output of the mines will foot up over five hundred and fifty tons each twenty-four hours. But it is quite certain mill construction the com- ing summer will not be confined to the operations of the North Moccasin Min- ing company. It is safe to state that at least one more mill will go up, as the Barnes -King company contemplate erecting a mill at the north end of its property. All this is certainly most gratifying to the people who are interested in the camp and the district. The building of mills and the extensive development of new mining ground give assurance that Kendall is on a sound footing and is certain to forge ahead. A wonderful development has taken place in this district during the past year. No such phenomenal progress has been made in any other district in the northwest in many years. There has been no attempt to boom the dis- trict. Everything has moved along in a conservative way. The secret of the present interesting situation is that the mining properties here have merit; that wherever any amount of development work has been done pay ore has been encountered. Enormous bodies of ore have already been developed, and still the mining bnsiness in the North Moc- casins is but in its infancy. Kendall is destined to be a large place. It is situated in a great mining district, and has a rich agricultural and stock country around it. It has na- tural resources to 'draw on such as no other camp in the state possesses. With such a rich backing there is no reason whatever why it should not be- come a thriving town of large popula- tion. Kendall is moving along by leaps and bounds. Another mill for Kendall !! Well, it looks good, all right I The vegetarians can look with com- placency upon the advance in the price of meat. Mary MacLane of Butte has sudden- ly jumped into fame. Her next jump will be into a lunatic asylum. Now if the President could make Fitzsimmons and Jeffries stop talking what a sigh of relief would go lip from this great nation. Mary Mac Lane has rubbed it in harder than any of them. Bret Harte, the poet, died in Lon- don a few days ago. His poems and stories of California life made him fa- mous. The Thunder Mountain boomers are wondering why in thunder more people are not following their advice and go- ing to Thunder. When Kendall has a population of 2000, which it will have in a year, a good many people will be recalling the opportunities they had to invest in the camp but failed to catch on. The editor of the Red Lodge Chron- icle, in a lengthy editorial, proves to his own satisfaction that there are wo- men in heaven. Now the next thing to do is to try to get there. The Woman's Club convention at Los Angelts settled a good many questions, but failed to solve the prob- lem of how the women of the country are to get rid of the job of washing dishes. Rear Admiral W. T. Sampson is dead. It was unfortunate that he got in- to a controversy \as to who command- ed the American fleet when the Span- ish ships were sunk.\ But even great m' -n have their weaknesses. Down in North Carolina they prac- tice the \sand cure.\ The treatment consists of shoving a Republican's head into a pile of sand so he will not dis- turb the neighborhood with his cues while being beaten for asserting his political rights. Sol Smith Russell, \a man of infinite jest and exquisite fancy,\ is dead. Few actors were held in such high esteem by the public as Mr. Russell. He pos- sessed the highest order of humor, and the plays he presented were invariably clean and wholesome. One of the railroad companies that recently built into Republic, a mining camp in northern Washington, has al- ready commenced to squeal, and ad- mits it will not be able to get enough business to pay expenses... It, might have known as much betore it started to build. Republican leaders in the east ex- press the belief that their party will be generally successful in the fall elect- tions, and the House will continue to be Republican. 10._, The main issue will be the Philippine question. There is not a doubt but7pat a large majority ot the American people endorse the ad-' ministration's policy concerning our island possessions. If cruelties have been pra:ticed on some of the hostile natives it was the work of individuals,. and was not authorized by the highest authorities. Order is being restored in the islands, the natives are becom- ing reconciled to the new and better order of things, and the more intelli- gent of them realize that Uncle Sam is anxious to better their condition. If the Detnocrats undertake to win the fall elections on the Philippine ques- tion they will certainly lose. u Lewistown Lumber Co. A Complete Line of Sash Doors Mouldings Building Paper Fine Interior Finish Cedar Shingles Fir Flooring Siding Ceiling Common Lumber and Builders' Supplies .5 5 30K The Only Exclusive Lumber Establishment in Fergus County Write or Call for Estimates or Prices Hoping to have you call and inspect our Stock before buying elsewhere, we are Yours Truly, Lewistown Lumber Co. Office and Yards: Fifth Avenue and Water Street. Telephone n. W. J. Wells & Co. agoe The Only Exclusivel Men's Clothing and Furnishing Goods House In the Judith Basin. W. J. Wells & Co. LEWISTOWN, MONTANA. Judith Steam Laundry LEWISTOWN, MONT. J 11 .0 Strictly first-class work. Particular attention given to Kendall and outside orders. H. SMITH, Agent in Kendall. Kendall Barber Shop For an Up -to - Date Hayden & Wright's Hair Cut and Shave call at Dr. John Wierner Physician and Surgeon Kendall, .0 Montana 0. F. WASIYIANSDORFF Civil Engineer and Surveyor - KENDALL, MONTANA. E. H. CRABTREE (Formerly with Central Montana Mines Co.) Assaying and Testing Samples Received from Kendall, Gilt Zdge, Malden and adjoining camps receive prompt attention. Office at Lewistown, Montana. John Jackson, Jr. Notary Public Conveyancer, Etc. Kendall, Montana GEO. N. TAYLOR dIRChITECT Kendall, Montana. J.E.WASSON Attorney at Law GILT EDGE, MONTANA Mining Law a Specialty DR. A. H. RUSSELL DENTIST Graduate of University of Minnesota Will Soon Open Dental Parlors in Kendall, Montana ve-sele-irwirevrwwwwiproc Dr. R. S. Hedges Physician and Surgeon Office Over Judith Hardware Store LEWISTO \VN Office Telephone 80 Residence Telephone 80 Office Hours 10 a. m. to 12 ru. 4t06p.m. DR. FRED. F. ATTIX Private Diseases a Specialty Telephone 1132 Lewistown, liontans A good many people have said un- complimentary things about Butte, but Largest stock of Drugs in Lewistown, at C. H. William's. Turner Building, Opposite Post Office

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