The Kendall Miner (Kendall, Mont.) 1905-191?, December 17, 1909, Image 1

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t, ia VIM NOM 1\ \ ease . , 1 i J Vol.& Na 2 o 117 k . s . ! • • en ISENDALL, 'MONTANA. D EtiBER 17, 1909. 5 Celts The Bank Book As An 'X. -1%s Gift. You want to make the good wife or the children a real suitable, sensible present give them a Bank Book with ISM° deposit entered in it make it any amount from $1.00 up, if you wish. The Bank Book Eaablishes The Bank Habit And the Bank Habit makes happy, con- tented people. If you have the Bank Habit, you will never regret it. Bring us your funds. FIRST STATE BANK OF KENDALL BY R. L. HENDERSON, CASHIER. KENDALL, - MONTANA. This Bank is under the direct jurisdiction and supervision of the State of Montana. Will Hold Horse School At The affrieuttural Coneffe• The Horse School to be given at the Agricultural College for the first time, will open Monday morning, December 27th, and close Friday eve- ning, December 31st. This coarse is especially designed for the farmer and others who may be interested, and Is given at a time when work on the farm is light, when plenty of good accomodations can be had at Boze- man and when reduccd passenger rates can probably be secured from the railroads. Dr. W. J. Taylor Professor of Vet- erinary Science, will tell how to Wag - nose, prevent and treat the common aliments of the horses and show how to care for the teeth, treat sprains, spavins, ring bones etc. He will de- vote some time every afternoon to clinical operations and on the last day a post mortem will be held, if possi- ble so as to make clear much of the work previously given. Mr. H. P. Griffin, assistant in Ani- mal Husbandry, will devote his whole time to judging horses and every per- son who takes the course, will receive personal attention. The best stal- lions and mares in Gallatin County, will be used in this work. The work In judging is very important to every person who breds horses. Prof. R. W. Clark will tell how to Xmas Suggestions Perhaps you are wondering what to give that friend or relative at Christmas time. Come in and let us help you to decide. We have Xmas favors in a large variety. Gift things that make Holiday shopping with us both interesting and satisfac- tory to everyone. Toys Hand Painted China Late Books Toilet Sets Collar and Cuff Boxes Hand Bags Silver Ware Fine Silk Ties and Gloves Eto• Eta. Our Values Will Save You Money T. R. MATLOCK We Are Headquarters For Feed Wheat Oats Chop Feed Add Baled Hay Also Dealer he ,SPRING CREEK COAL We have this ooal in stook ready for immedisite delivery. feed and bred the horse for best re - silts. Special emphasis will be laid on the care of stallions, brood mares and colts. The laws of heredity will be discussed and it will be shown that certain unsoundness and disease are transmitted from parent to off- spring and that ptire bred sires are more valuable than grade aims. The following special lectures to be given in the evenings have been pro- vided for; \Which is more profitable the production of beef, wool and mut- ten or the raising of the raising of harses? Use of artificel impregnators for horses: Sanitary barns and the West versus the East for raising horse.\ An effort is being made to secrre rAuced pasenger rates for those who attend this echo°, and persons who oontemplate attending should take this matter up with their local agent in advance, and prepare to be at the Agricultural Building, at the college in Bozemarh at 8:30 Monday morning, December VIth. For futher particulars write •to J. U. Hamilton, President, Bozeman, Montana,. OmespbeWs Seleatlflo Farmer. Campbell's Scientific Farmer is the best farm paper published for the ?Anchors of this section as ft treats entirely upon the conditions that pre- vails is three western states. No farmer should/ be without it. We otter it free to all our subscribers, both new and old Who pay their sub - Felton' MIS yet* be Strauss,: The Treasure State 'Attracting Attention. Ole Men Of The East Eatlovel. • \Never bete: 21 7 j hear so much tameable Montana comment among financiers and big investors as on this trip,\ said T. A. Marlow, president of the National Bank of Montana, who with Thomas B. Miller has Just re- turned to Helena from a two week's trip to New York, Chicago and Wash- ington. \The east is wild about this state,\ he bentinned, \and on every hand I only heard Montana spoken of and ft was always favorable. The Montana sentiment overshadows the senti- ment expressed for all the other west - ma Skates, and the immense future of theistato is talked of everywhere, and particularly among the moneyed men who are constantly reaching out for enterprises. Montana mines also at- tract much attention, but it is the agricultural side that Is prominent. p elleve that it will be an easy ro ter at the present time to secure capital for any legitimate propesitions in the state. If it will be security and can stand on Its merits, its suc- cess is assured ; there will no trouble to finance it. \There are several reasons for this overwhelming Montana sentiment. The chief reason I think is the favor- able impression created by James J. Hill. His visit to the state fair here will be worth hundreds of thousands of dollars. He has since traveled ex- tensively over the country and every place has talked Montana and its amazing productiveness. Ile has hammered this into the oars of the big men of the east until they have been made to feel that for these many years a tremendous opportunity has slipped by them. Now they wanr to catch It. e. \Mr. Hors stod luta been corrobor- ated by visitors to the Dry Land Con- gress at Billings. They also have gone east shouting the praises of the state. Men who had never heard of Montana before have become genuine- ly enthtslastis and are turning their attention this way, The example of these men, leaders in the financial world, is bound to be imitated by less prominent men. \The trip has convinced me that Montana Is on the threshold of a new era; that in the next five years a big- ger stream of eastern money is going La pour into this state, developing its resources and Its infant induetriet than has been invested here for the past twenty five years. The day of the great Montana of the future is al- ready dawning:\ Arrested For Gambling. Under Sheriff E. R. Morgan came up last Friday and served papers on a score or more of Kendall citizens on the charge of gambling. They were taken to Lewistown where they all entered a plea of not guilty and were released upon fuluishing bail in the amount of $1,000 each. Their trial has been set for January. Maiden and Gilt Edge also furnish- ed tie Ir quote, but so far as we are able to learn none were up in line from our neighboring city Lewistown Of course there may be reason or that, but at the same time it seems if the net had been drawn equally all over the county some might have been bagged even in that city of puri- ty. lent To Jail Dave Richards came into town last week after an attence of a year or so and after loading up on whiskey pro- ceeded to tell what he was going to in with his family and other people here. He had a big gun on his per- son and threatened to use it. Deputy lironiley arrested him and took his weapon. He was given a hearing be- fore Judge Kelley Saturday and fined $200 and thirty days in the county jail. ihirelselder's fleeting. Notice is hereby given that the reg- ular annual meeting of the sharehold- ers of the First State Bank of Ken- dall, for the purpose of electing a board of directors for the ensuing year and for the transaction of such other beeiness as may properly come before such meeting, will be held at the banking rooms of said hank is Kendall, Montana at 700 p.m. on Monday, January 3rd, 1910. Dated at Kendall Montana, Dec. 10. 1900 Chrigmas Candies i i You will find here the finest line of Christmas Candies ever shown in the town. The prices are the lowest. Be sure to see my stock before you buy. The Kendall Bakery Nelson Stage Company Leave Lewistown 9 a.m. Leave Kendall 3 p. m. Daily Exoept Sunday. Standard Rite $2.60 Round Trip Freight and Express 50o Per Hundred. Christmas Is Drawing, Near Ana it soon fit° up to You to decide where You are Golilu to tuu the manu Danties that You will need for Your Christmas Dinner, We are prepared to supply you with the best of every- thing. Fruits of all kinds. Concord & Spanish grapes, Apples, Oranges, Lemons, Bananas, Cranberries, Stuf- fed Candied Figs and Dates, Pickles, Olives, Mince Meat, Citron ; Orange and Lemon Peel ; Apple Cider ; and a spel line of Cookies: You cdri have just s gstobd a Christmas dinner in Ken- dall as if you were in any city. Bear in mind that you oan get suitable Christmas presa ents for your friends. A very up-to-date line of Fur- nishings for both Ladles and Gentlemen. Power Mercantile CO_ AdJerttsers Of Facts • ht• Is STAFFORD' It L.' ifsiderson( Cashew/

The Kendall Miner (Kendall, Mont.), 17 Dec. 1909, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.