Kendall Chronicle (Kendall, Mont.) 1902-190?, December 23, 1902, Image 8

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8. Kendall. Montana, December 23, 1902 Children's Xmas Books and Dolls at Kendall Drug Store CAMP AND COUNTY NEWS E. Kirtz left Kendall on Friday's coach. Go to C. H. Williams in Lewistown for your Drugs. Largest stock and best prices. H. V. Turner made a flying trip to Lewistown and return last Thursday. A. Weingart was a passenger on the outgoing coach Wednesday. A kidney or bladder t rouble can always be cured by using Foley's Kidney Cure in time. L. C. Wilson, agent. Dave Bonathan was in Lewistown Thursday and Friday \swapping stories\ For genuine bargains in all kinds of ladies' wear and men's shoes, etc., go to Murray & Murray's sale at Lewistown. Robert Henderson went to Lewistown on the 19th Met, , and returned home the same day. Largest stock of Stationery, Perfum- ery, Druggist Sundries and Notions in Lewistown at C. H. Williams. Wm. A. Casey, who has been em- ployed in the mines here for some time, was an outgoing passenger on the 19th instant. Foley's Honey and Tar positively cures all throat and lung diseases. Refuse substitutes. L. C. Wilson, agent. Mr. and Mrs. Comstatk arrived in camp last Tuesday. They lieve decided to remain in Kendall and are already settled down to home life. Dr. R. S. Hedges, Lewistown, success- fully treats diseases of the bladder and stomach. H. N. Clingan left town on the 17th inst., for Des Moines, Iowa, where he will spend the Xmas holidays under the parental roof. Don't be imposed upon by taking sub- stitutes offered for Foley's Honey and Tar. L. C. Wilson, agent. , John Raw, well known in this district, was a visitor from Lewistown last Wed - readily. Shingles ? The Lewistown Lumber Company will supply you. Miss L. Norton arrived in Kendall last Wednesday. Navel oranges, lemons, sweet potatoes and cranberries—all very choice—at the Home Bakery. John P. Barnes, of Lewistown, was in the camp on business last Wednesday. If you want building material of any kind, don't forget to let your wants ha - known to the Lewistown Lumber Com- pany, Lewistown. M. McHarper was a passenger to Ken- dall on Wednesday's coach. There is not an idle man .in Kendall today who is willing to work. In fact. the demand for help is greater than the supply. The Lewistown Lumber Co. have a complete line of doors, windows, mould- ings, flooring, ceiling, sidings, building paper, builders' hardware, etc. Elting Johnson, a well known mining man of Kendall, and who owns valuable real estate in the townsite,left on Friday for his home in Portland, Oregon, where he will spend the Xmas holidays. It will pay you to investigate Madame Gleasion's special sale of dress and street hats. Great reduction on the entire line. Madame Gleason, Lewistown's niilli, er. Messrs. Marion Burke and J. L. Mears, of Lewistown, were in Kendall on busi- bees Thursday. A Timely Topic. At this season of coughs and colds it is well to know that Foley's Honey and Tar is the greatest throat and lung rem- edy. It cures quickly and prevents seri- ous, results from a cold. L. C. Wilson, agent. J. Wilson was one of the arrivals on Wednesday's stage. Report From the Deform School. J. G. Gluck, Superintendent, Prtmty- town, IV. Va., writes: \After trying all other advertised cough medicines we have decided to use Foley's Honey and Tar exclusively in the West Virginia Re- form Scgool. I find it the most effective and absolutely harmless.\ L. C. Wilson, agent. The infant population of Kendall is growing at a rapid rate. Coughs, Colds and Constipation Few people realize when taking cough medicines other than Foley's Honey and Tar, that they contain opiates which are constipating besides being unsafe, par- ticularly for chi!dren. Foley's Hone); and 'far contains no opiates, is safe and sure and will not constipate. L. C. Wil- son, agent. Saturday was flag day, but it was nor generally observed in Kendall. The Home Bakery and the Kendall meat market being the only business houses that were appropriately decorated. Roy's life saved from Membranous Croup C. W. Lynch, a prominent citizen of Winchester, Ind., writes: \My little boy had a severe attack of membranous croup, and only got relief after taking Foley's Honey and Tar. He got relief after tak- ing one dose and I feel that it saved the life of my boy.\ Refuse substitutes. L. C. Wilson, agent. A. S. Wright, a wall known mining man, and who made the sale of the Gilt Edge mines to the Gold Reef Mining Comparry, was in Kendall a few days last week on mining business. A Thousand Dollars Worth of Good. A. H. Thurnes, a well known coal operator of Buffalo, O., writes, \I have been afflicted with kidney and bladder trouble for years, passing gravel or stomp a ith excruciating pain. I got no relief from medicines until I began taking Foley's Kidney Cure, then the result was surprising. A few doses started the brick dust like fine stories and now I hate no pain across my kidneys and 1 feel like a new man. It has dune me a $1000 worth of good.\ L. C. Wilson, agent. Messrs. John R. Cook awl Hal. S. Corbett, oh Spokane, arrived in camp Wednesday evening. Both these gentle 7 tnen are deeply interested in mineral property itt the North Moccasin monn- tains, and they have unbounded faith in the future of this district. Builders' supplies of all kinds may be had at reasonable prices from the Lewis- tott Lumber Company, Lewiatown. KENDALL BAKERY and CONFECTIONERY STORE McKinley Avenue, Kendall Martin Clausen, Proprietor BREAD, PIES and CAKES fresh every day _ Ch oi cc CANDIES. TOBACCO and CIGARS LOCAL AGENT FOR THE KENDALL STAGE COMPANY You can do no better than call at our store and select a Xmas Present from our large stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Ladies' Wear, Etc. for either your lady or your gentleman friends The Cash Store H. GREENBLATT & CO., Props. George M. Stafford Lewistown, Montana 1 .11anufacturer and Dealer in Harness and Saddles A Complete Line of Turf Goods, Guns, Ammunition and Bicycle Supplies Holiday Goods Bought at the Big Store Give Satisfaction No where in the county can you get as good for the money as here. We do not handle any trashy or shoddy goods. None but the best to be had sold here POWER MERCANTILE COMPANY Lewistown, Montana JUDITH HARDWARE CO. RIGHT IN FRONT, AS USUAL MINERS We carry a complete line of Miners' Supplies. Cyanide, Zinc, Giant Powder, Caps, Fuse, Candles, Gasoline, Etc. BUILDERS We have in stock everything you need in the building line. Lumber, Nails, Shingles, Moulding, Lime, Hair, Etc. Everything bought in car load lots at bottom prices A Full Line of Agricultural Implements. Lew ifttown, Montana. \IA.:norm in Hardware\

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