The Kendall Miner (Kendall, Mont.) 1905-191?, May 07, 1909, Image 3

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witar--■-• THE SHAULES HOTEL KENDALL, MONTANA Under New Management REHM BOARDERS $1.00 PER DAY. TRANSIENT $2.c0 ROOMS $5,00 TO $10.00 PER MONTH. FIRST CLASS BAR IN CONNECTION GIVE US A TRIAI J. N. DAN11-13, Proprietor. LEAVE ORDERS FOR THE BARNETT CREEK COAL With J. M. KELLY J. S. ILLE, PROPIVETOR allIMNII1101[191.1[2 - }, IWIEZIMMININ\ , . , 4+-1.7 White House RestArant E P. DURNEN, Prop. KENDALL, - Montana +••••Iril•••••• Regular Boarders $1.00 per Dau Meals at All Hours First Class Service Tru Us The Haven of The HunGru Whu Don't You Go to the Kendall Hotel and tru one of those Fine Sundau Dinners. Then can't be beat. If uou ao once uou will want to ao eaain. Get the habit. THE KENDALL HOTEL M. J. O'LEARY, Prop. ubscribe for the Miner, ASSAYING old, Silver, Lead, Copper, Zinc, or Other metals orreotly & Honestly Assayed. • guarantee a eorreet deter- ation and report of every sample submitted to us. ow Grade 'Geld Ores A Speciality. Write for free mailing bags. L HAWKINS & CO. 206 Fifth Ave. Wistown, Mont. Ordor Your rinting At This Office When wanting ang mate- 111 rial In the Building Line we are ever readu to try and please gou. We carrg the most complete stock in the state and our prices arc all right. Give us a trial. Beth 'Phones 77 Montana LumbRi CI, Want Advs. One Cent Per Word For Each in- sertion in This Column. A Mtn- imum Charge Of Ten Cents For Ang Notice. Wanted, party who wishes to do breaking. Communicate with, AA.C. Box 302, Kendall. $25 will buy a first class droolleact Sowing Machine at W. S. Smith's. Lewistown. If you want a Piano, a Sewing Ma- chine, a Heater, a Cook Stove, a Range, or anything in the Furniture line. You can get them from W. S. Smith, Lewistown. Mail orders giveo prompt attention. Yaw $ak i good three roomed home and ontbuildlop. Desirable location. For particulars inquire at this office or address Box 302, Kendall Montana. Write W. S. Smith for anything you want. He will answer your letter. Came to McLean ranch Dec. 1908 one sorrel 'pony, front feet shod, blem- ish right sholder, branded circle bar on left thigh. Owner can have came by proving property and paying for notice and pasture bill. Geo. McLean Keedall, Mont. A big irrigation ditch was recently opened near Helena with impressive oeremonles, including prayers by three Dunkard minister who were in at- tendance. The land to he thusirfiga- tad will be colonized by a religious sect known as Drinkard Baptists peo- ple who believe that tomer-don 14 one great essential to tutor°, 11(e. James A Murray, the millionaire banker and mining mangate of Butte has purchased the Boulder not $pring property, south of Boulder. Mr. Mur- ray acquired a half loteiest In the property about two years ago, and has now purchased the remaining half interest from his co-owner, A. C. Quaintance, who for many years own- ed the property in its entirety. Local fiappenings Rockford Stationery. Ask to sec it at the Drug Store. Garden Seeds at the Drug Store. Subscribe for the Miner. It will pay you lo look over the new Spring goods at Matlock's. Why don,t you try an advertisement in our \want cplumn.\ Flower Seeds at the Drug Store. Get D. M. Ferry's garden and flow- er seeds at the Drug Store. . Advertisers in the Miteca get the business. Try it. For the best Pianos at the right prices, see W. S. Smith, Lewistown. For a square deal in Furniture see W. S. Smith, Lewistown. Wm. Fe,gus is a new sulecriber to this paper this week. Henry Brooks were in from his ranch last Saturdoy, Be sure to read Power's ad. P. F. Scott was a Lewistown visit- or Monday and Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. homer Knerr were in rom their ranch Saturday. Clarence Parker drove out to his ranch on Salt Creek Monday. If you trade at Power's you get the Best. Lewistown will have a semi-profes- sional base ball team for the coming season if the plans now being worked out materialize. Miss Blythe Lierley who has been a guest of Mrs. H. H. Lang for some time returned te her home at Potter Valley, California, last Saturday. R. L. Henderson and sister Miss Eima, drove out toward Deerfield Sunday to look over the country and visit their brother Frank, on Box El- der. Phil Saunders was in from his ranch last Saturday. He is of the opinion that there are mighty good prospects for a big grain crop in this section this season. Destructive storms are reported to have swept over the eastern states last week. Much damage was done to property and many lives are report- ed to have been lost. Ground was broken Monday for the foundation of a new residence which Mrs. Conyngham will have built im- mediately on her lot adjoining the J. H. Ilendticke home. Thomas Merrifleld was in from Roundup several days this week. Tom is writing life insurance for the Northwestern National and says he is doing well at the business. Power's Dry Good department is full of new things. If some our subcsribers who are In arrears on their subscription account would call in and square up their ac- couuts it would give us an opportun- ity to pass it along to the other fel- low. THE SMILE is an advertisement—a blazing electric signboard which her- alds to the world the fact that the line of goods you carry includes &gen- erous stook of good nature, tolerance, optimism, hope and happiness. X We note in one of our Iowa ex- changes that a minister of that town had presented his congregaeion with two new contribution baskets. A rather suggestive gift, but it is to be hoped the congregation will make good use of them Mr. Klamer, of Yellowstone Park lost $5500.00 in curency in a Hotel at Salt Lake City the other day. If he had been carrying a check book on a bank instead of this curency he would not have lost a cent, you can loose $55.000 or $550.000 in the same man- ner if you carry It in cash. Deposit withcais and carry one of our check books. FIRST STATE BA,aIK. By R. L. Henderson Cashier. Joseph Amber, Kendall's noted scientist has been hard at work for some time trying to I hink of some- thing for the benefit of I M inanIty ..rd finally has Invented the - sign post.\ His invention is to have sign pats along the main thoroughlares of tie country directing the traveller to his destination. The fact that sign posts have been in use for generations will In no way dismay Mr. Amber, as the idea Is entirely new to him and he proposes to have it patened forth with, and then will be in position to deal with the county commiasioners of the various counties, to whom he proposes to sell his patent. lie trays he will give Fergus county the first chance to purchase this new inven- tion of his, for which the people of the county should be duly thankful. Boost, don't knock. henry Daniel was a Lewirtovrn vis- itor Monday. Harry Busserana family were in from their ranch Monday. Fresh Fruits and Vegetables at Power's. Frank Fisher added his name to our aubscriptien list last week. Martin Tierney was a LewistOwn visitor Sunday and Monday. L. O. Wilson and A. flo Fox drove to Lewistown Saturday returning Sunday. Philbrook expects to have a electric lightingsystern some time in the near future. Lewistown now has a band. Bert Mahana is the leader of the new or- ganization. The brewery workers in various cities in the state went out on strike last Sat u rday. Mts. It. Lang came in . 1roni '..)akiand, California, last Friday to make a visit with her can II. 11. Lang. Moore now wants a high school established in that city, as they have a number of puplls who are ready for high school work. Henry Claud', the popular cook at the Shaules hotel returned Sunday after a months visit at Lewletown, Moire and other places. D. F. Hopper was In from his ranch last Saturday. Ile says things are looking good out that way with flue prospects for good crops this season. A base ball game is on the bilis for Sunday if the weather man permits. Two pick up nines will battle for honors on the grounds below the school house The K. of P. band dance last Thurs- day evening was a very pleasant gathering from a social point, but from a financial point it certainly was not very successful. W. J. Anderson was in from his ranch on Dog Creek Monday. He says things are looking nice In his sec- tion and that a few dayS of warm wheather bad made the grass bright- en considerable. L. D. Forrester and J. H. Hendricks the popular proprietors of \Casey's\ barber shop have each tiled on home- steads west of town and expect to make genuine ranchers of themselves some of them days soon. Judge Kelly accompanied by his son Lester, and A. S. D'Autretnoot drove out to his ranch Thursday y here he remained a cpuple of days putting in his crops. The others re urned the same afternoon. Elmer Kivinen, shot and killed his father at their ranch near apionkop last Saturalay. The father was in a drunken rage and chasing the boy with a knife and forced the boy to ,mot in self defense. R. W. Jon's has announced a grand bill at Jones' opera house Thursday ,fvening May 27. Ile 118.3 secured the Niahana Orchestra, of Lewistown to furnish music for the occasion. The admission will be $1.00. The Judith Basin Star states that a man can get anything he needs in l'hilhrook to keep a live man going and also that it is possible to pur- chase s. coffin In which to be burned, without sending away for it. That town is certainly coming along some. The local lodge of I. 0. 0. F. gave a banquet and whist party lastThurs- day evening to the members and a number of invited guests. A very pleasant evening was spent and all those present pronounce the I.0.0,E. as royal entertainers. Card Of Thanks We wish to thank all kind friends, who showed us their sympathy, in the loss of our darling baby. We esemial- ly wish to thank those who suit Use beautiful flowers. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Tierney. W. F. Nelson, who has conducted the stage line between Kaden and Lewistown for aeveinel years has de- cided to dIscontInee the stage bend- nes... We have not learned what be expects to do. The Hamilton stage Company has taken over the mail eon - tracts and am refitting two daily st ages. The Merchants' a.ssociat ion has tak- en a hand in the pool roern game at Butte, and has assured the sheriff and county attorney of Its backing, going fro far as to offer to induct the Rover - nor to call a special session of the leg- islature if necessary to prevent pool room betting in Butte. At the hear- ing of the pool room injunction more admissions were secured from the management, to the effect that bet- tlng was the principle industry of the Interstate company, mei that It did no other business. SpeCial•Sd1H OF Busbu Gloves In order to close out this line of Gloves I am making a Special Low Price on them. )1 I 7 5 (\i :OD Go At $ 1 1 25. J. M. PARRENT. NELSON STAGE CO. TWO Si PAWS EACH WAY DAILY. LEAVE LEWISTOW 9 A. M. \ 3 P. M. ENDALL 9 A. M. 3 P. V,. If GOOD ACCOMMODATIONS Opposite P.O. Phone 13. THE HOME PAPER Gives you the readliag matter in which you are largely interested in—the home news. Its every issue will j re•e welcome visitor to every member of the family. It should head your newspaper and periodical subscriptions. SUM' I BROOK WHISKEY AT THE WEDGE Wi l hiave just purchased a large bunch of Fine Fat Steers and yodkvifl find on sale here the finest beef over sold in the camp. Como Ira nnd 53t. f,n,\ lor:raslf. El'ailiOn tilhaft C. C. EMViD & Co. Prop. McDonald Creek Coal Wagon Load Lots $1 1.00 per ton Ton Lots $1 1.50 per ton Leave Orders At Fahey's News Depot Cell Up D utral Lewistown tt 'I he stork visited the home of ilr I and Mrs. ( bastes sellers yeslerda) 1,reseuted them I new baby bo

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