Kendall Chronicle (Kendall, Mont.) 1902-190?, July 07, 1903, Image 8

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a a , 8. Kendall, Montana. July 7, 1903 PAINTS AT WILSON'S DRUG STORE cAriP AND COUNTY NEWS Dr. F. F. Attix, Lewistown, Mont. • Archie McCormack and Miss Nora Matlock celebrated the Fourth in Lewis- town. Kelly & Moulton pay cash for bounty Kendallites have good reason to be proud of the home ball team. • Rev. Albert Pfaus, of Lewistown, and Mr. Antliony,'of Kendall, will exchange pulpits next Sunday. Remember, you are always welcome at church services. The Acme Cafe is the best yet; short orders served to tempt your appetite. Lewistown, Montana. The Children's day offering in Ken- dall for the extension of Sunday Schools throughout the United•States was $8,45. This is considered remarkably good for a Sunday School so young. • The recent rains have temporarily put a stop to open cut mining. Hunter's Rye whisky at Clingarr i & Hamilton's. Foley's Kidney Cure purifies the blood by straiffini out impurities and tones til• the whole system. Cures Kidney and bladder troubles. For sale by L. C. Wilson. L. C. Wilson left Monday morning for Great Falls, where he will meet Mrs. Wilson, who preceded him about two weeks. Steve Saicic locked up the Stephens' hotel on July 4th so he could celebrate in Lewistown without worrying about how things were running at home. The Lewirtown Meat & Provision Co. carry fresh meats, fish, lictnae-made lard, and home-made hams and bacon. A. R. Bass, of Morgantown, Ind., had to get up ten or twelve times in the night, and had a severe backache and pains in the Kidneys. Was cured by Foley's Kidney Cure. For sale by L. C. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Comstock are now located in Lewistown. Their house and store in Kendall is for sale. Mrs. Charles Hilyard celebrated the 26th t nitiversary of her birth Monday of this week. She was the recipient of several dainty tokens from friends in the CRITIp. . Go to Clingan & Hamilton's for %V. H. McBiyer's celebrated Cedar Brook whis- ky, bottled in bond and guaranteed by the government to be strictly pure. The recent rains have caused a large cave-in at the open cut of the Kendall mine. About 300 tons of ore broke loose from the side, but the damage was slight. Sound kidneys are safeguards of life. Make the Kidneys healthy with Fn'ey's Kidney Cure. For sah. by L. C. Wilson. Every piece of fire -work in Kendall was sold early in the afternoon of the Fourth. Those who waited until even- ing to purchase their sky rockets, etc., were disappointed. Several small parties climbed up to high points on the mountain side on the night of July 4th, to see the fireworks in Lewistown. The lights could be seen all right but the distance was too great to distinguish any one number from the others. Did you ever try a 35c dinner at the Acme Cafe in Lewistown? They are the best io town. Next door to the Majes- tic buffet. Walter Cox will soon arrive in this section with his sawmill which has been in service at Landusky cutting lumber for E. W. King's cyanide mill. Mr. Cox has a contract to saw a lot of timber for W. A. Shaules. Banner Salve 'fetter, eczema and skin diseases yield quickly to the marvelous healing quali- ties of Banner Salve made from a pres- cription of a skin specialist of world wide lame. 25c. For sale by L. C. Wilson. J. R. McKay and wife and children went to Lewistown on Saturday and re- turned home Sunday. Work will begin this week on the stone foundation for the new high school building in Lewistown. Tubbs Brothers have sub -let the contract for the stone work to Peter Tus. When Other Medicines Have Failed take Foley's Kidney Cure. It has cured when everything else has disappointed. For sale by L. C. Wilson. Superintendent H. H. Lang, of the Kendall mine, received a telegram a couple of weeks ago from his wife stating that her mother, Mrs. McDer- mott, was seriously ill at Wallace, Idaho. Mr. Lang immediately left for the scene of trouble and succeeded in arriving' at the bedside of the sick woman before her death, which occurred on the 24th of June. Mr. Lang will return to Keneall next Thursday. According to the Fergus County Argus Lewistown has a few . mighty- tough youths. We are not proud of the fact, but it is true that some of our Kendall \kids\ can give the Lewistown boys cards . and spades when it comes to right down mean deviltry. The worst of it is that some of the Kendall youths are educated in evil ways by those whose duty it is to set the children a proper example. Bronchitis for Twenty Years Mrs. Minerva Smith, of Danville, writes : I had bronchitis •itir twenty years and never got relief until I used Foley's Honey and Tar which Is a sure cure.\—For Iola by L. C. Wilson - . W. K. Quarles; of Butte, and a former county clerk of Silver Bow county, *in Lewistown and has taken charge of the abstract books being prepared by this Houle, Title and Trust Co it Morg Nelson and Miss Martha Gilakey returned home from Lewistown yester- day. Miss Gilskey has been under the care of Dr. Treacy in Mrs. Van Dusen's hospital for more than a week. The regular June rains are a month late in coming this year; they will prob- ably do just as much good to the country though. The Cone Butte gold fields Live prom- ise of becoming famous within a the next few years. The Case -Wilson Mining company have enough ore in sightPon their bonded property there to warrant the erection of a seventy-five ton 'mill, and several other claims have Rif ex- cellent showing also. The machinery for the Case -Wilson Co's mill will be ordered from a Chicago firm very soon. Buy Your Groceries at POWERS and Save Money POWER MERCANTILE COMPANY o We Pay Postage Lewistown, Montana A..HOPKINS de,SONS PURE FOOD GROCERS LEWISTOWN 'MONTANA GROCERIES Pare and Fresh Always in Stock We Carry a Complete Line Once • Customer Always a Customer We are after the Kendall trade and will deliver all orders amounting to 050 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 - 0034 .acat 14J04. ALA AGM Montana Meat Phone 24 Market ABEL & CO., p rops. We Invite Your Patronage A Choice Stock of Fresh Meats Always on hand POULTRY FISH YEOZTABLES ROOM All Meats In Season We Pay Cush for Hides lelell[ 4 51 JUDITH HARDWARE 00. LEWISTOWN IS THE,STORE THAT KENDALL PEOPLE SHOULD ADDRESS Their mail orders t ocome in and see us. 4tle d ne#1 1 ,ryuoult i getnct i :Nt Powder, Picks and Shovels, or Stoves, Ranges, Cooking Utensils and Crockery, or Buggies, liarneg,Robes and Sporting Goods, or Farm _ Machinery, Gardea'aud Field Seeds or anything from our large stock of • GENERAL HARDWARE acc. Tin Shop in Connection Telephone 63 •

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