Kendall Chronicle (Kendall, Mont.) 1902-190?, July 21, 1903, Image 8

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8. Kendall, Montana, July 21, 1903 PAINTS AT WILSON'S DRUG STORE CArIP AND COUNTY NEWS Dr. F. F. Attix, Lewistown, Mont. • Druggist L. C. Wilson and wife return- ed last Thursday from a visit of two weeks with friAids in Great Falls. Kelly & Moulton pay cash for bounty claims. L. A. Navarine was in camp for a few days last week, renewing acquaintances. The Acme Cafe is the best yet; short orders served to tempt your appetite. Lewistown, Montana. W. A. Shaules was in Lewistown sev- eral day e last week attending to some business affairs.. Hunter's Rye whisky at Clingan & Hamilton's. No, we don't stiffer from the heat. Fact is, we are too busy to notice it. Foley's Kidney Cure purifies the bl od by straining out impurities and tones up the whole system. Cures KidntyAnd blinder troubles. For sale by r C. Wilson. Mrs. R. D. Young, of Lewistown, was a guest of Mrs. Ernest Ehbage for sever- al days last week. The Lewitown Meat & Provision Co. carry fresh meate, fish, home-made lard, and home-made hams and bacon. A base -ball game between Kendall and Lewistown teams is being arranged to take place in Kendall about a month hence, the exact date not yet known . A. R. Bass, of Morgantown, Ind., had to get up ten or twelve times in the night, and bad a severe backache and pains in the Kidneys. Was cured by Foley's Kidney Cure. For sale by L. C. Wilson. There are a_gond many strangers com- ing to camp on the Kendall stages these days, and few are reported as going out. There is not an idle man in the camp to- day who really desires W work. Go to Clingan & Hamilton's for W. H. McBoyer's celebrated Cedar Brook whis- ky o bottled in bond and guaranteed by the government to be strictly pore. Merickle & McCornAck have made ar rangetnents with the Fort Benton Stage company to go to and. fro to Moccasin station to meet the Benton wadi going and coming when there are Kendall travelers going via Fort Benton. It is queer to see a sugar bowl, but it is funnier still during this hot weather, to see the milk shake and the apple turn- over. Call on Kelly & Moulton for in- surance, Fire, Life, Accident or Plate Glass. The owner of that cow with the clang- ing bell Is either a very sound sleeper else lie snoozes in the country out of hearing distance of the tormenting thing. Please Sir, take the bell off your cow. Sound kidneys are safeguards of life. Make the Kidneys healthy with Fo'ey'e 'Kidney Cure. For salt by L. C: Wilson. You'll be sorry if you don't go to the dance Thursday night. The base -ball boys are great entertainers. Some men can travel all day without moving more than two feet. , Funny, isn't it? We can do better. See us for Conveyancing, loans and Real Estate. Kelly & Moulton, electric building, Lew- istown. Did you ever try a 35c dinner at the Acme Cafe in Lewistow n ? They are the beat in town. Next door to the Majes- tic buffet. Card at 'banks: - I herewith deSire to thank my friends and neighbors for their kind services and sincere sympathy tendered during the recent illness and death of my lamented wife. J. M. PAHRENT. Kendall, Montana, July 20, 1903. Salve T etter, eczema and skin dieenses yield quickly to the marvelous healing quali- ties of Buttner Salve made from a pres- cription of a skih specialist of world wide fame. 25c. For sale by L. C. WillS0,11. Judging by the talk about town there is going to he an immense crowd attend the dance next Thursday evening for the benefit of the local base -ball club. The ball players are all good fellows and they prourOse to give every person who is at their dance on the 23rd inst. a first-class time, and all for one uollar. Lemonade will be served free to their guests and other features that will contribute to- wards a successful evening's enjoyment will be provided by the base -ball . boys. You will miss something good if you stay away. Bullard's orchestra will pro- vide music for the occasion. Billy Mader met with *a painful acci- dent last Sunday morning while riding in the skip at the Barnes -King shaft. He was descending to the 200 foot level and while passing the 100 foot level the skip struck a projecting timber with such force as to give Mader a teirible jolt. He is taking a lay-off for a few days until the sc re spots ease up a little. When Other Medicines Have Failed take Foley's Kidney Cure. It has cured when everything else has disappointed. For sale by L. C. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis, of San Coulee. Montana, and parents of Arthur and Curt Dennis, employee of the Barnes - King company., took possession of the Stephens hotel last Saturday. The new managewOnt will renovate and clean the hotel thoroughly giving their patrons !•plendid cozy rooms and agreeable sur- roundings. They are experienced hotel people and promise to run the Stephens in a manner satishottory to the most fastidione. Lewistown is to have a convent which will be known as Mount St. Mary's. It will be the aim of the institution to furnish a home for the young people who may desire to attend the public schools of the_eily_end at the same time avail themselves of tha - Ustrnetion in special hranches to be conducted by the sisters, end, in addition, provide the most competent nursing to the sick in their own homes. The Montana railroad Was completed as far as Garneil last Saturday .night and trains are 'low runeing to that point. It saves 26 miles of staging from Harlow - ton to Lewietown. The,_ distance now traveled by the stage coach is 36 miles end that distance will he cut down al- together by September 1st. when travel- ers may ste e poff the traie at Lewistown. Lewietown is growing fast but not too fast to I* substantial. Tihe old buildings of the county seat are being replaced by handsome solid stone structures and numerous bueineee blocks are going up' where none were before. Lewistown is the pride of Fergns county. It is des- tined to become one of the greatest cities in Montana. itrunchltl• /or Twenty Years Mrs. Minerva Smith, of Danville, Ill., writes :'I had bronchitis foi te elite years and never got relief until I uteri . ' Foley's Honey mid Tar which is x sure cure.\—For lade by L. C. Wilson. Power's Wrapper and Waist Sale Money Saving Bargains for All Closing Out Summer Goods at About One=Half Regular Prices Staple Groceries at Bed Rock Prices POWER MERCANTILE COMPANY We Pay Postage on Mail Orders Lewistown, Montana - A.41-0PKINS & SONS PURE FOOD GROCERS . LEWISTOWN MONTANA GROCERIES Pure and Fresh Always in Stock We Carry a Complete Line Once a Customer Always a Customer We are niter the Kendall trade end will deliver all orders amounting to $50 or more free of charge George An. Stafford Lewistown, Montana Manufacturer and Dealer in Harness and Saddles A Complete Line of Turf Goods, Guns, Ammunition and Bicycle Supplies .140/4.4141bt .1)&41K10•04. ..Atalht1fiftife. ALAtmbLebt ALAI. Montana Meat Phone 24 ; Market ABEL & CO., Props. We Invite Voter Patronage A Choice Stock of Fresh Meats Always on Hand POULTRV PISH VEG ETA ISLES EGGS All Meats In Sealants We Pay Cash for Hides lifrarErilr VE\W a Prill Reltelfelly Rinele\lEr 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 see 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 cc Telephone3 Tin Shop in Connection

Kendall Chronicle (Kendall, Mont.), 21 July 1903, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.