Kendall Chronicle (Kendall, Mont.) 1902-190?, August 05, 1902, Image 1

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I KENDALL CHRONICLE. The North Moccasins Have Yielded tip their Thousands and Have Millions Lett for Honest Toil VOL. I. KENDALL, MONTANA, AUGUST 5, 1902. NO. 20. MINING IS NOW ACTIVE Progress of Work in the Dis'rict Many Gold Bars the Result—De- veloping Ore Bodies—A Great Deal Pending Mining and milling ore at the Ken- dall and Barnes -King properties; is going on with uninterrupted rapidity these days, and many valuable gold bars is the result. At the Kendall the greatest activity prevails in all departments. The mill is doing excellent work and is entailing more oie than ever before. During the storm lest Thursday an incident oc- curred a it lilt ci °lard some alarm and consternufon. A bolt of lightning fol- lowed lbe electric wires and the result was the burning out of the fuses. A series of sharp reports attended this visitation, and sonic of the employes be- came terror stricken. Little damage was dene, The stork of moving the hoisting ma- chinery to the site of the new shaft is it: propene. This shaft will be pushed doe n with posaible speed. throodas. The considerabledevelopment work 'easels's) done, and when the exact trend of the ore body is determined u permanent working shaft e ill be fora Notlitficulty is experienced in hoisting water from the station on Warm Springs creek. hoe pipe has been shipped (mom Chicago, and it will rep ace the wood pipe along the whole route. The additiutis to the Barnes -K mg mill ate so ho advanced that it may be pre- dicted that the- work all he coon:Islet' in two weeks. In the ineantinie the mill is kept fully employed, and regular bul- lion shipmetas Are.m010. A shipment, was made yesterday, the value of which, however, was not given out. The Abbey. Work on the Abbey mine is progress- ing. Owing to lack of dumping facilities work on the lower level was discontinued a short time since, end the force put at, the tunnel level, where a drift is being - Ai - 4 - to open Op the ore body in that part of the mine. _ Kendall -K lug. Manager Archer of the Kendall -King property reports eve' ything as looking promising. At a point 100 feet in on the tunnel a drift was recently started. It in in 45 feet, and ham just cut the contact. Recent assays have given most encourag- hug results. It is the intention to soon commence sinking. At depth the ore is likely to increase in value, a feature that is characteristic of the camp. • A nig dale rending. The report that E. W. King had re- eigned from the superintendency of tin - Great Northern.M. and D. Co.'s proper- ty at Gilt Edge is not confirmed by that gen leman. Mr. King Metes that he e ill probably remain in charge until the property changes hands. The report that the control of the property had missed to eastern teen wile also prema- ture. although It is: mote anti) probable the pendieg sale a ill take place by the terms of .1:n bond. Everything points I that direction now. Payments have made as they have fallen doe. The final one is due in October. John A. Drake of Chicago is the man who is likely to soon own the Gilt Edge bo- nanza. tie has inspected the property himself and has had experts do the same, so he has all the necessary in for- Kendall mation regarding its valor. So far no one on the outside knows what will be paid for the property. Those who profess to know, however, place it at $1,000,000. Those figures seem reason- able when the character of the mines is underatood. The ground includes some teenty patented claims, and there is an immense quantity of ore in eight th it a ill pay handsome dividends, If Mr. Drake ehould come into possession of the property the credit of the sale will be due to A. S. Wright and A. H. S. Bird, who hold the option. DIED FROM BLOOD POISONING. A Alight Cat on the Foot Costs Bert • Lindsey His Life. Bert Lindsey, a young man about 21 years of age, and a ell-knom n throughout this part of the county, died from blood poisoning on his fat heels ranch, it few miles below bovn, last Wedeesday. About ten days previous to his death, the young man, a bile treating a corn on his foot cut into the flesh. He paid no attenticni to the wound at the time; but to ease hie foot wore an old shoe. The wound, however,asoon began to give pain, and it was epparent trouble was ahead. Medical treatment Was delayed too long, and a hen Dr. Wiemer was called to the ranch young Lindee: was in a dying condition. Blood poisoning had set in and den; hi a as the result. _ MONEY IN TAILINGS. \Prom Lummene Cenapany Urns Big Money I. light. An express calked of eysahle product weeilt over $30,000 %sits recently ship- ped from the Drum Lu mit nm ti cyan- ide plant at Marysville to one of the eatitere refineries, says the Marysville Mountaineer. The cyanide plant of the Drom laimuom is one of the largest in Monte nit, baying a capataty of 400 tons of tailings per day. 'lime pistil is located on Silver creek, about three miles from Marysville. It is treating the tailings Lama the famous Drum Leninism mine, which has produced upwards of $20,000,- 000 in gold and silver and has paid divi- dends steadily for the Ittat• eighteen years. These tailings %%ere the Rectums- - lathe' of the long mating olx rations of (Le company and fill the bed of Silver creek for five or six miles below the 110 - stamp mills belonging to this company et !Marysville. The company owns the entire gulch and has enough tailings to continue the operation or the plant for a number of years. The amine! report of the company shoes that the profits made from She tailings are greater than from the mills. A New Firm. Greenblatt &Co., is the name of a new firm in Kendall. They have opened tip letsineem in the Wareham build hug, and cal ry us full line of gents' clothing. dry goods, boots, shoes etc:. Mr. Green- blatt will be in charge and his partner, N. Butler, will spend much of his time on the road. The new firm announces that they a ill compete in pricers w:th the big cities of this state, and even with the east. ringer Injured. Charles McLane, a blacksmith at the liernee-King, is suffering from an in- jured finger. A few days ago a small piece of meet penetrated the index finger of his right band, and it is still lodged there. Dr. Wiemer probed for the bit of steel, hut could not locate it. His at- tention is now directed toward keeping down inflamation. John A. Finch of Spokane, president of the Kendall company, 'pent three days ht the mine last week. He left well pleased with the outlook. The Kendall Stage company has ap- pointed T. R. Matlock its passenger and express agent here. Theolliee is at the store. ARE SURVEYING FOR SITES Work Commenced for Great Irri- gating Systems The Government Exploiting the Advantages of the Musselshell --Montana's Opp.Atunity A sun eying party in the employ of the government, left teat Falls itleya . 'lays ago for the Musselshell countat to select reservoir sites end gather other in- forma.inti preliminary to action by the government in that section tinder the provisions of the irrigation law. The party is employed under the di- rection of A. P. Davis of Washington, D. C., of the United States geological sur- vey, who has charge of the selection of the location of the canals and ditches to be constructed by the government ender the provision of the new measure. He was at the Falls several days before and made up the party rind gave directions concerning its work. S. B. Robbins of the Falls is at the head of the party. The party left by team with instruments and outfit and drove to White Sulphur Springs, at which point the work commenced. The putty are workieg down the valley of the Mueeelabell to where the river flows into the Missouri. Investigations a ill be made as to the extent and location of ,ucli lands as may be put under irriga- tion. Selections of reservoir sites a ill also he made at Po t ble localities. Reports of the work of the party still be forward- ed to Washington and subsequently by executive proclamation the lands will be withdrawn from entry until such time as the government is ready to construct the irrigatir n syseem and dispose of Me lambs under the provisions of the new law. It is estimated the party will be out 110 days. William O'Donovan and Dan Harring- ton have returned from a ptospacting trip in Jefferson county. POSTOFFICE CHANGE. Pootmaster Jackson Will Soot. Provide Ample Accommodations. In a fen lays the postoffice a ill b. - moved from its hurt sent quarters. John Jackson, Jr., the newly appointed post - minister, statos that it will go into the stone building now nearing completion. It has been decided the office will be tent - porerily located next to Mr. Jackson's tesidence. The transfer took plaice to- day. When the ground floor of the Cook block is finished the office will have commodious quarters, and every accommodation will be provided time pttbhic. For the size of the town the poetoffice here does a very larioi business, and as -the place grows of course the hileinel.s will increase. It is to be hoped a money order feature will soon be added to the office. The tardy recogilition of the ne- cessity tor this business on the part of the department is most exasperating. Jnet why it has not long since been at- tended to is a mystery. The new post- master will put forth a strenuous effort to have the convenience added to the of- fice. It 'usually takes a long time to make the 1Vaehingtoti authorities get a move on themselves- in all matters per- taining to postal affairs. Laundry Changes Ilanda. W. M. McLean and Mr. Littlejohn, the latter of Gilt 1 dge, have purchased the Judith Laundry at Lewistoe n. The es- tablishment is %ell equipped for doing siiiserior work, and that is the kind of service the new proprietors propose to give the public. The Kendall patrolm will be well cared for, as was the caste in the past. In a HUMS* of Ni. Own. Jelin Isolation is fixing up a home op- poeite the CHRONICLE office, tie has lied at boildieg moved onto a lot be recently purchased for $200. An additional room will be added, which will make t lie house very comfortable. The Wilily are al- ready occupying the new quarters. Good F. W. Nelson came in with a big load of freight from Harlowton Sunday. He made the trip in three days. %%hid' is record breaking time. Nelson iota fine teams and is one of the most reliable freighters on the road. Benefit Ball. The ball for the benefit of the Kendall cornet band. out die evening of the 12th, should be well -patronized. It is a home enterprise and deserves support. A good time is promised those who attend. Where Is He ? If There is a Man in Fergus County That We Can't Fit in Underwear We haven't found him yet. There is UNDERWEAR here to suit every taste, every size, every pocketbook. Want a cheap garment? It is here in good quality at 65c. Want the finest and softest o wool It is here at marvelously low prices. Are you tall or short, slim or stout? We will fit you, and fit you well. The light weight stocks are in—cnes you want for now, and , for two months hence --new shades and styles. An elegant show- ing, and exceptional values for the money asked. You needn't look any further for UNDERWEAR. It's right here. SRN() US E W I STOWN EXPRESS PAID ON YOUR COMMPRGIAllico. ALL PURCHASES MAIL ORDERS of Se.00 OR OVER LI.: \\ 1 , .'I()VVN, MONTAN %

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