Kendall Chronicle (Kendall, Mont.) 1902-190?, July 07, 1903, Image 1

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KENDALL CHR I NICLE. 1.4 .• 'The North Moccasins Have Yielded Up Their Thausands and Have Millions Left for Honest Toil VOL. 2. .1. KENDALL, MONTANA, JULY 7, 1 9 0 3. No. 16 A MOST gUCCIlfill JDAY I i • Everybody Had a Good Time hs Lewistown on the Fourth Hlw the Day Was C:lebratcd ,in Kendall—A Few People Made Pig Noise Despite the rain, which on Wednes- day, .Thursday and Friday threaten- ed to spell the big celebration pre- pared for Lewistown, the glorious Fourth was fittingly observed in the county seat. ihe day itself was about as good as could be desired overhead. A shower, which fell about dark, spoil- ed the vaudeville performance and the out -door dance on the huge pavil- ion erected for that especial purpose, but the fire works .were set off as scheduled and were the most gorgeous ever seen in this part of the state. Despite the bad roads a large crowd came in from the outside, Kendall and Gilt Edge being especially well represented. In the morning Judge Henry C. Smith, of Helena, delivered an elo- quent address to a large....c.roaui,,, who had gathered In anticipation of hear- ing a treat in the oratorical line, the Judge being one o. the best known speakers in the state. He was intro- duced by Judge E. K. Cheadle, of this county, and, as usual, the Feregis county mat) rose to the occasion in a most pleasing manner. After dinner the sports arm.nzed for the day begun with the roping con- test. There were several compe- titors and some nice roping done, Ed. Stiverthorne winning out, his time be- ing four minutes. Fifty dollars was toe premium for the winner of this event. Frank Biglen won the bucking con- test, but was hard pressed by sever- al more of the boys from the range. The horses in the event did their part . as well as did their riders, putting forth their best efforts to unseat their men, but in no case did they suc- ceed Probably the most interesting event of the 'day was the base ball game for a purse of $60, between a team representing Kendall and made up of Kendall and one or two Gilt Edge boys and I.ewistown. The I.ewistown boys, resplendent in neat and new red uniforms, first went to the bat and virtually won the game In the first inning. After Gibbons had struck out the red -suited fellows fell on Bar- bee for eight clean hits, one of which was for two bases, and before the re- quired- three men were out eight runs had been chased across the plate. Hamilton went In the box for the re- mainder of the game, but the lead was too much for him to overcome. The visiting boys did some nice work in the field, Mader playing his mural steady game and Baker putting up R fine exhibition behind the bat. But they were unable to do much with Boggs, who was in the twirler's box for the home team. They were credited with nine hits, but most of them were of the scratchy order. Stout, who started in to catch for Lewistown, had his right hand broken in the seCiond inning and re- tired in favor of Myers, who caught out the game in first-class shape. The final score was 20 to 5 in favor of Lew- istow,n. , Following immediately after the base ball game was the drilling con- test for thee$100 prise, three teams from Kendall? competing. DIgnon and Mallon were the winers With a 35% - inch hole: Koko and Foote were sec- ond. About ,9, o'clock from , the hill, fae- ing the grand stand, two hundred dol- lars worth of tire works were turned loose. The grand stand wailed and the surrounding hills were covered with the crowd, gatheredeto witness the grand pyrotechnic di4.ay: .• Al- though the shower in the early even- ing made impossible dancipik on the pavilion, W. H. Culver gave a dancel in his hall, which was overcrowded with the lovers of the terpsichorean pastime. Thus concluded be best cel- ebration, the weather to the contrary, notwithstanding, ever held in Lewis- town. The Kendall boys, who went down to defeat at the hands of the Lewis- town aggregation of ball players, •e- tna.inei over until Sunday In the hope of getting revenge for the defea. o$ the Fourth Having used up both their pitchers in the first game, tbeg prevailed upon \Col) , \ Carmichael, ot Lewintcwn, to twirl for them on Sue. day. The way \Car\ went after tsta fellow townspiayers soon put thee up in the air. He was as steady as a clock and had speed to burn. The support given him was first-class. Widenbecker pitched for Lewistown and be did almost, if not quite, as well as Carmichael. The game was close throughout, the visitors getting the lead in the second inning and hold- ing it by one or two runs to the end. The locals made a desperate effort to bat out a victory in the ninth, but Carmichael steadied down and shut out the red stockings with one more run, making the final score 7 to 5. All agreed in saying that it was the prettiest game of ball ever played In Lewistown. The Fourth In Hend•11 The great gold carr.p was almost deeer- ted last Saturday, but shat few people remained home made a whole lot of noise shooting lire crackers and exploding sticks of dynamite. Most of the people from here went to Lewistown to help the people of the county seat sit their cele- bration. There were enongli remained at home though to make two pleasant dancing patties in the eveuing. The ladies at the Kendall mine entertained their friends at dancing in the company boarding house. A sumptuous luncheon was served about rridnight and the young people continued to trip the light fantastic until 3 a. m. Those who at- tended report having had an exceedingly enjoyable time. About six o'clock in the evening some one proposed a dance in the Cook block. The idea was at once concurred in by a few who at once took it upon them/tele!, becall at the residences and invite those who were at home to participate in the night's frIVolity. Many were glad of an Opportunity to wind up the Fourth in a manner so pleasant. Several small parties took long walks over the mountains to visit old prospec- tots a ho related interesting tales of the eartv history of the North Moccasins, and toOk great pleaswe in leading them up to the topmost places from which could he seen points of interest to Kendallites. Otte old prospector with snow - white hair add in appearance, 9 centenarian, gave pdky of young people a walk that they wilt remember for awhile. Of comes it will part of the everyday work of the mountaineer, and he didn't mind it in the least, hut the young people ot the parts acre not used to pinch walks, and they have not yet recovered from their dtly. 1 .8 outing ; they all complain 01 being stiff and sore. The old man set a pace for them that was too fast. KILLED BY AN ENGINE Brother of a Well Knot -- ; Kendall Busi- ness Man Keels With a Horrible Death Helena, Montana, July 3.—John Absl, aged 21 years, a resident, of Helena for the, past twelve years, was instantly killtid fifteen miles east of this city at I o'clOck this morning by a freight engine. Abet was a fireman on the Northern PeeTfic and had gotten off to turn a switch. lii some way he Atumbled in front of tne erigine just as it passed over the ea Itch and was killed instantly. He has three brothers in this city, a brother William in Kendall, and a sister, Mrs. philip Laux, in Lewistown. Wm. Abel received a telegram from lens last Friday morning announcing sad and untimely death of his yonn • g - brother. His left -immediately . Lewistown front which place he took on Saturday'searly morning coach en route go Helena via Harlow ton. _ George l'arrot and wife, ot Lewistown, leave in a w...ek or so on an extended visit to Pacific coast cities. They will be absent about seven months. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Carlton, of Wis- consin, strived in Kendall last Saturday. They will spend the summer months visiting at the home of their daughter, Mrs. O. F. Wasmantslorff. Treat Your Kidneys for ithoumatiam When you are suffering from rheuma- tism, the kidneys must be attended to at once so that they will eliminate the uric acid from the blood. Foley's Kidney Cure is the' most effective remedy for this purpose. R. 'I'. Hopkine, of Polar, says: \After unsuccessfully doctor- idg three years for rbeinnotistn with the best doctors, I tried Foley's Kidney Cure and it cured me. I cannot speak too highly of this great medicine.\ For sale by L. C. Wilson. CAMP AND COUNTY NEWS Arthur Kelly and Miss Doris May enjoyed the celebration at Lew istown on Saturday. They returned home Sunday. W. C. Kruse was among those who didn't go to Lewistown on July 4th. lie staid at home to celebrate the arrival of a bran new baby girl about noon of that day. Mother and child are both doing nicely. Messrs. 0. Patrick and R. Anderson bare assumed management of the Wedge Buffet, Mrs. Luton returned to her borne in Lewistown last Wednesday, after suc- cessfully nursing her daughter, Mrs. Paul Smith, through a siege of Bicknell. T. R. Matlock and wife and Herschel King and wife and son Kenneth, went to Lewistown together last Saturday. Mrs. John . Dobson and children will leave next Saturday for Utica where they will visit for a couple of seeks with Mre. Dobson'e uncle, Mr. John Duffield. Mrs. Ellis Wareham and baby are visiting with her mother, Mrs. John Basham. No False Violins The proprietors of Foley's Honey and Tar do not advertise this as a \sure cure for consumption.\ They do not claim it will cure this dread Complaint In ad- vanced cases, but do positively assert that it will cure in the earlier stages and -- ' 16 \*.hever4ittia idaglivireagaieruaad the worst cases. Foley's Honey and Tar is without doubt the greatest throat and lung remedy. Refuse substitutes. For sale by L. C. Wilson. ja7m WARM The Chrosometer Watch aid Clock Maier has opened a shop at C. H. Williams' drug store LEWISTOWN where you can get your watch repaired and put in RP good order as the day it. left the \factory\ ; also jewelry repaired and new jewelry made to order from Native Gold. BOYS' VACATION CLOTHING These vacetiondeve offer a favorable opportunity to tit the boy out with strong, eerviceabie clothing, that lie can play aad climb in, without fear of hurting the garment. Such a suit is our RU BWEAR made of good weight brown duck, with tan duck trimmings and brass buttons, made in the Rough Rider style, with coat and pants. Price, Ages 4 to 8, SI:eo Price, Ages 9 to 14, $1.25 SEND US E w 1 sirowN POSTAGE , PAID dN YOUR CON friatillAI L C O , ALL MA IL ORDERS 'MAIL ORDERS LEWISTOWN, MONTANA i

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