Kendall Chronicle (Kendall, Mont.) 1902-190?, July 21, 1903, Image 1

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• •t EN:DAL CHRONICLE.. lhe North Moccasins Have Yielded Up Their Thousands and Have Millions Left for Honest Toil VOL. 2. KENDALL, MONTANA, JULY 21, tom. No. 18 HIS HORSE FE UPON HIM Ch rles Whipple Had a Narrow Escape Kendall School Board Met Last Monday Night and Ordered a Special Election Charlie Whipple had a close call from enosaing rhe river, never to return. last Thursday morning. He met with a mighty paintel - tea:Went aml one that he will not forget in short :ime. Together with his partusi, James Reid, he was rounding up a band of horses which they had put -doter -al front Cietege Jackson, in- tending to drive them across into Can- ada and dispor t e of them to Camidiati ranchers. Whipple and Reid had camped at the Stuart retell Wedneeday night and %%ere starting out Thursday mornieg in eertrch of more horses, but as thry neared the ranch gate young Wit i pole's hora . e stampeded with him and (attempted to jump a wire (dice. In the effort the homes front foot caught in the wire, causing the animal, with its rider, to turn a complete somerset and fall on its back with Whipple underneath. itejttimked to ,his, compaiiion's assist. once, but found the inifintuffitte' man lying prostrate awl ueconsciou•. Dr. McCoy was quickly eumtnoeed owl the unlucky Whipple taken back to the ranch house where he reedited the best attention possible. When the doctor arrived npon the *eerie the injured mall east still unconscious, and he remained ill that condition for 36. hours. When he became aware of a hat was happenieg, the patient was removed to the miners' unioe hospital in Keedall. A medical examination shoe el that lie had (uns- tained a broken collar bony, and that he a am otherwise severely bruitted and bat- tered up. He is now feeling tolerably good and says that lie a ill be ready to do Ili turn alien time is ogain called. _ School ItonuiKleetion At a nit -cling of the Kendall school board held last Mot y evening it was decided to hold t• pecial election in Kendall for the ta ose of voting /4,000 bonds against this school district, the same to draw interest not to exceed six per cent. end for a period of time not to exceed ten years. The rolinty aftseseor'e affidavit of the assessed value Lion of this district hae not yet been received, but Aesessor Pick stated that it was enough to levy $4,000 bonds against the district withoet working any hardship upon the people. The election will take place on Friday, June 31st, in the Deerfield Mer- cantile Co's old store. It is proposed to build a large two -room frame echool house that will afford ample accomoda- Gott for a large increase it( the number of children here, of school age. Every precatution has been taken to have the election legal in every way, and there neeul Ho longer he any doubt but that next fall there will be a well equipped edited with competent teachers to in - tartlet the young of Kendall. Kendall merchants have agreed to hereafter close their stores all day on Sundays, the same to take effect Sunday. July, 26, 1903. DEATH OF 1188. PAREENT The Grim Messenger Came Without Warning The death of Helen Gray Parrent last aturultty evening et 7 o'clock came as a ehock to her many friends in Kendell and throughout Fergus cominty. Al- though the deceased bad been ill several days before the mid end came, it was her own than belief, as well as that of her husband and her nurse, that all danger was over and that she would be around and well in a day or so'. In fact Mrs. Parrent haul planned only a few hours before to visit with hien& in Lewistown next Tueeday (today,) and just a few minutes previona to the departure of tier spirit, 81 , e and her linehand werediscnee- ing their plans for the coming year. The end Mlle without warning, heart failure being the cause of death. Mrs. Parrent was a native of Iowa, she having @pent the first fourteen .years of her life in Dubuque, the town of her birth. In May, 1888, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Gray, settled in Lew- istown, and they were among the fore- most citizens of Fergus county for many years .Mr. Gray was post master in Lew- istow it for two terms. Their daughter Helen took a regular course in the Lew- istown public schools under the tutor- ship of Mr. Parrent from 1888 to 1892, and completed her edinattion in the Chicago; TIL, high school. She was married November 8th, 1894, oe her 20th birthday. Mrs. Parrent was one of the leading members of the Episcopal church in beatimown and she took a. prominent part in Die work of raising (elide for the line new stone church edifice there. She lived a model life, was an affection- ate, fond another rind a loving wife. Her husband, .1. M. Parrent, and her two children—Elizabeth, aged 8 years, and .1. M. Jr., Heed 5 years, of Kendall, and her father, John W. Gray, and three younger sisters, viz: Ethel, May, and Margaret, are left to mourn her untimely death. A short service was held at the Parrent residence in Kendall Suedey at noon, just before the remains were wren to Lewistown whine services were held in Presbyterian church, Rev. Albert Pfaus officiating. The K. of P. Lodge and host of Lewistown friends escorted the mortal remains of the good woman to in- terment in the Lewistown cemetery. Mr. Parrent and the little children have the sympathy of the entire com- munity in their irreparable loss of an ex- emplary wife and a good, kind another. The local telephone exchange has been removed from the Kendall Bakery to L. C. Wilson's drug store. This has been done at great expense to the Lewistown Telephone company which is always ready and willing to do any reasonable thing so that its patrons may have goo( serviee. Attorney Frank Smith, of Lewistown, was in camp from Thursday until Satir- day of last week. Trent Your itdeees fiar Itbsamata•ai When you are suffering from rheuma- tism, the kidneys lutist be attended to at once so that they will eliminate the (irk acid from the blood. Foley's Kidney Cure is the most effective remedy for this purpose. K. T. Hopkins, of Polar, Wis., says: \After imeticcesafully doctor- ing three years for rheurnstism with the beat doctors, I tried Foley's Kidney Core and it cured me. I cannot speak too highly of this great medicine.\ For sale by I,. C. Wilson. Ii Will BE 11 GO MR Fergus County Held a And Decided to Outdo All Former Efforts Next September 16th, 17th and 18th The Fergus County Fair Association has decided to hold a fair in Len , iStOw n thie year and it is going to be the biggest anti the best otie the emaciation has ever given It will make previous occasions Of like (liar:icier look like thirty cents. A Melalillg of the Association members was held in the office of Secretary 0. W. Belden 011 the afternoon of the 10th inst., regarding which the Lewistown Demo- crat says : \There were present at the meeting F. E. Wright, David Miter, James Wta- ver, W. I). Symmes, George W. Cook and 0. W. Belden. F. E. Wright was re-elected president arid 0. W. Belden secretary of the association. All of the members present were unanimously in favor of holding a fair and the question of a (late was the first thing brought up for discussion. It was finally decided that September latli, 1701 ant118th were ii — best suited and these Asps wesa agreed upon. The eonnty commissioners envy, in the exercise of their discretion, make an Appropriation not exceeding the sum of $1,000 for such purpose, arid we under - tumid that all do. members of the board are inclined to favor the proposition. With this Much SS a starter there is no reason on earth why we should not have the best fair ever held in eastern Mon- tana. The purses, it is said, will not be so numerous hut will be much more sub- stantial, making competition greater, adding life and interest to the project. The old grand stand will be supplanted with a new one, having about double the seating l • apricity and many other im- provements will be made for the accom- modation of the public. The secretary was iiistructed to ascer- tain if it was possible to secure the at- tendance of a first-class aeronaut and other acrobatic specialties, such as tight wire performers, etc. There will be Fair Association refining races, hurdle races, cowboy M races, ball games and all manner of eeting amusements. In addition to the foregoing, special 'attention will be given to the department of exhibits. The association desires to offer inducements sufficient to warrant sharp competition in every Fergus( county product, whether it be from the fields, ranges or mines, and it is the aim of the association to have thefte exhibits surpass all former efforts in the history of the county. We are going to have a good time, a grand time, a splendid fair and we want - everybody in Fergus county to co-operate with the association and make it a splen- did success. We doubt if you have ever seen the rail fence, the ginger snap, the cracker box, the saileage roll, the bed spring, the night fall, or our bargains in Lots, Houses anti Ranches. Kelly tlz Moulton, Electric Building, Lewistown. No False Claims The proprietors of Foley's Honey ate! 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 amid never fails to give comfort and relief in the worst cases. Foley's Honey and lei i. Witi•Olit doubt. the .greatest throat and lung remedy. Refuse en - bet - Rules. For sale by L. C. Wilson. has opened a shop at C. H. Williams' drug store LEWISTOWN where you can get your watch repaired and put in as good order as the day it left the \factory\; also jewelry repaired and new jewelry made to order from Native Gold. Right • CARD In the Neck , We are not competing with \ready -made - In the store\ dollies : Shoulder Their clothing in not in the same class with . the Stein -Bloch custom tailored garments. In Style Theirs is turned out by machines; Ours is hand-made—the product of cutters and tailors In the Front who command fancy salaries. We are after men who pay tailors $30 to $80 In the Back for suits to order. and in We can save them half their money and drees.them better—in the very height of fedi- Price ion, for $15 to $27 SEND US W u murior.... 1 5TOW POSTAGE YOUR 11 21 N PAID ON CO V III V ICA ALL MAIL ORDERS a A L CA \ ) .` MAIL ORDERS t LEWISTOWN, MONTANA

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