Kendall Chronicle (Kendall, Mont.) 1902-190?, June 30, 1903, Image 8

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8. Kendall, Montana. June 30, 1903 FIREWORKS FOR THE FOURTH, AT WILSON'S DRUG STORE CAllP AND COUNTY • NEWS Dr. F. F. Attix, Lewistown, Mont. • Catholic services were held in Kendall Sunday morning by Fath-r Vermaat; the attendance was large. When in Lewistown this week don't fail to visit the Power Mercantile Co's store. They offer some excellent values in men's and boy's clothing. Kelly & Moulton pay cash for bounty claims. There will be a meeting of the local gun club members next Thursday even- ing, July 2, at 7:30 p. m. in L. C. Wil- son's drug store. Every member is re- quested to be present as there are sever- al impoztant matters to be acted upon. The Acme Cafe is the best yet; short orders served to tempt your appetite. faiwietown, Montana. Don't forget the roping contest in Lewistown on .be 4th. The beet ropers in the county will contest for ti e prize money. The Montana Lumber company re- ceived a large ehitmnent of shingles and eastern lumber at their yards in Lewis- town hum Thursday. No good health unless the kidneys are sound. Foley's Kidney cure makes the kidneys right. For sale by L. C. Wilson. Johu A. Drake's horse Savable. and which was the favorite in time American Derby, finished badly, and Mr. Drake lost a pile of money on the event. The Lewistown Telephone company has purchased the interests of the Lew- istown and Great Falls Telephone com- pany, and will control the long distance lines between Fergus county points and Great Falls after July 1st. Hunter's Rye whisky at Clitigan & Hamilton's. Commissioner Samuel Phillips and his POD John were visitors to Kendall Mon- day. Mr. Phillips was looking into the _contlitien of some roads near Kendall. The old covered stage coach tTmat used to be in service when Johnny Harvey drove between Kendall and Lewistown, came in yesterday looking like new. Proprietor Mears has had the old car- riage painted, upholstered and repaired. The Lewistown Meat & Provision Co. carry fresh meats, fish, home-made lard, and home-made hams and bacon. The stock of liquors and cigars in the Wedge buffet, rind which belonged to Pete Leary, was attached last Saturday by John R. Cook to satisfy a claim for rent. It is expected that a settlement of affairs will soon be made, and the saloon will likely be run in the future under new management. Messrs. Oscar Patrick and Robert Anderson have an option on the place when the present \> entanglement is straightened out. Go to Chilean & Hamilton's for W. H. McBnyer's celebrated Cedar Brook whis- ky, bottled in bond and guaranteed by the government to be strictly pure. L. C. Wilson leaves for Great Falls next Monday. July 6th, to visit fur a week in company with Mrs. Wilson who left last Fi iday to visit relatives there. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson will return to Ken- dall about July 16th. During Mr. Wil- son's absence the drug store will be managed by Dr.. McCoy and Harry Price. \during the summer kidney irregular- ities are often caused by excessive drink- ing or being overheated. Attend 16 the kidneys at once by using Foley's Kidney Cure. For sale by L. C. Wilson. The Lewistown Commercial Co. will make it worth your while to spend romp money in their store this week. For every $10 purchase a coupon, many of which they have distributed ahont, is go , sd for $1.00. On the first indication of kidney trou- ble, stop it by taking leoley's Kidney Ctire. For sale by L. C. John R. Cook sold a valuable piece of Lee ietown real \estate to Grant Robinson mind Chas. Allen hot Tuesday. Three lots were included in the transfer, one of which lies betweep.Lehman'e store and the Goldin Rule store and fronts Main street, and the other. two are -iocated across the alley and front on Broadway. The price paid was $7,000. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Walsh, Miss Maud Cline, Henry Lynch weal Arthur '1'. Har- vey, of Lewistown. and W. L. Cregg, of Giit Edge, were in camp Stant-tiny even- ing to at the regular Meeting of the North Moccasin Miners; Union ; they were registered at the Shanks. . B. W. King's cyanide mill at Landnsky will be completed about July 15th. Wm. Shea, the Gilt Edge miner who l was so badly injured a couple of weeks ago while working on the new roasters of the Gold Reef company, died as a re- sult of his injuries, last Friday a 3 o'clock p. in. The remains were buried in the Lewistown cemetery Sunday at noon; a large 1111111ber of the dead man's friends headed by the Gilt Edge band, escorted them to their last resting place. Rev. Albert Haus read the last sad rites attire grave. At the preliminary trial of Joseph McDonald yesterday morning in Judge McFarland 'a court at Lewistown, the de- fendant was bound over to the district court. His bond was fixed at $1,500, but as the prisoner was unable to secure bondsmen be must remain in the county jail until the next session of Judge Cheadles court which will be in August. No new features were brought to light at the trial yesterday 'morning, Miss Gen- drow still refusing to give any further information against McDonald than that there were three times when he took ad- vantage of her. Chronic bronchial troubles and sum- mer coughs can be quickly relieved and cured by Foley's Honey and Tar. For sale by L. C. 11'ilsoti. A mim — be — r - Ot nniñei WICOtett - Kendail early last week in charge of Thomas Riser, to do assessment work on some mining claims in the Cone Butte district, returned to ramp a ithout having done any labor. It appears that the boys met with some opposition and not caring to get into any serious mix -rip, decided to come home. The claims in dispute are reported to he rich, the ore essaying from $8.00 to $200 to the ton. Vincent Gies was left in possession of the property. Did you ever try a 35c dinner at the Acme Cafe in Lewistown? They are the beet in town. Next door to the Majes- tic buffet. Wright Brothers of Lewistown, have accepted plans for a $15,000 two-story office building, to be erected on the cor- ner of 4th avenue HO Broad way. The first floor will he occupied by the owners who will transact a real estate, insurance and abstracting business. Warning If vett have kidney or bladder trouble and do not use Foley's Kidney Cure, you' will have only yourself to blame for re - stilts, as it positively clues all forms of kidney and bladder diseases. For gale by L. C. Wilson. Sunday's baseball match at Lewistown between the Potter Mercantile Co's and the Montana Hardware Co's employes was a hot exhibition of the national game. The result este a score of 35 to 38 in favor of the Power Mercantile Co. \Stick to It\ Geo. L. heard of High Tower, Geor- gia, writes : \Eczema broke out on my baby covering his entire body. Under treatment of our family physician he got worse, as lie could not sleep for the burning and itching. We used a box of 'Banner Salve' on him and by the time it was gone he was well. The doctor seeing it was curing Imini said, 'Stick to it for it is doing him more good than anything I have done for hien.' \ For sale by L. C. Wilson.. Celebrate the Fourth of July at Lewistown and Outfit Your= self at Power's Clothing Department Also Fine Millinery for the Ladies POWER MERCANTILE COMPANY We Pay Postage on Mall Orders Lewistown, Montana A. HOPKINS 45c, SQNS PURE 100D GROCEIC8 LEWIS TOWN :MONTANA GROCERIES Pure and Fresh Always 'in Stock We Carry a Complete Line Once a Customer Always a Customer We are after the Kendall trade and will deliver all orders amounting to $50 or more free of charge George M. Stafford Lewistown, Montana Manufacturer and Dealer in HarnesS and Saddles A Complete Line of Turf Goods, Guns, Ammunition and Bicycle „Supplies AL\ .4)1...Atirrfti‘ Ast...1t ...11.41t ALA .411-41CslitAitt \Wrilrlor\lir Montana Meat Phone 24 Market ABEL & CO., p rops. We Invite Your Pistron•ire A Choice Stock of Fresh Meats Always on Hand POULTRY FISH N'EfIETABLES EliGS All Meats In Season We Pay Casir for Hides !JUDITH HARDWARE CO. LEWISTOWN IS THE STORE THAT KENDALL PEOPLE SHOULD ADDRESS Their mail orders to, and when you visit Lewistown always come in and SOO us. We can serve you best rhether you want Powder, Picks and Shovels, or Stoves, Ranges, Cooking Utensils and Crockery, or Buggies, Harness, Robes and Sporting Goods, or Farm Machinery, Garden and Field Seeds or anything from our large stock of — GENERAL HARDWARE &a Tin 'Shop in Connection Telephone 63

Kendall Chronicle (Kendall, Mont.), 30 June 1903, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.