The Kendall Miner (Kendall, Mont.) 1905-191?, December 17, 1909, Image 3

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—••••'-- • Kendall Llvarui Feed Stable T. S BROMLEY, Pro. Good Teams And Rigs Boarders Receive Goo el Care Give Me A Trial BarGains In Town Lots We have,two extra good bargains listed with us just now. One good lot, near the school house, at $25. Only need $5 cash payment, balance on easy monthly payments. A good lot, well located,. fine for a home. at $50. Pay us only $10 down, and the rest in easy monthly payments. These are snaps, grab them quick. We have lots miffing in price From $25 to $150 List uour propertu with us MONTGOMERY & D'AUTREMONT LEAVE EEI HE BAR\ETTREEK COAL • With J. S. KELLY J. J. ILLE, PROPRIETOR Druden's Liveru and Feed Stable R. M. DRYDEN, Proprietor BRING YOUR HORSES TO THIS STABLE. CALL ON US FOR LIVERY RIGS. Building 1Viaterial What uou want in this line is Gualitu. We Have It Our Lumber is all hiuh arade, well seasoned stock. Our prices are low. If uou are ulna to build a house, or a barn, or a shed or anti other kind of a buildinu, it will pau uou to Come In And See Us GOODRIDGE-CALL LUMBER CO. Lewistown - - - - • Montana Free To Subscribers For a short time we will give abeoletely free to all our subacriberie who pay their eubseription one year in advance a genu- ine Fields Self Filler Fountain Pen With 14k Pen Point The retail price of this pea is $2.50 and it is s dandy. Not a Cheap -John affair, but one of the best pens on the market. This offer is good to both old end new subscribers. Take advantage et la mow TheKendall Miner. , $2.50 Per Year 4Walr This Offer Expires January 1 5th, LAScal fiappenings Joe Recur same up frourLeeriatown Wednesdas. Junior tattoci Alarm cloaks at the Ilardware. H. W. Sheary came up froth Lewis. town Monday on business. Mince Itiest at The Kendall Meat Market. Finch David was a Lewistown vis- itor several days this week. Gillette safety razors at the Hard- ware. Steve Broz was a passenger to Lew- fitowia on Thursday's stage. Wheat at Powers $1.3it per hundred. G. H.Connelly left for Lewistown on Wednesday afternoon's coach. Souvenir plates arid fancy dishes at the Hardware. John Wunderlin left for Lewistown Monday for a visit with relatives. Auto -strop razors at the Hardware. Sam Weaver came up from Lewis- town Tuesday arid returned Wednes- day. Sweet apple cider at Powers. L. E. Smith left mondity for a visit with friends and relatives at Boston, Mass. Fresh oysters at the Kendall Meat Market. Lewis WunderlIn was a business visitor at Lewistown several days this week. Shaving seta at the Hardware. Charles D. Snaith came up from Lewistown Wednesday afternoon's coach. Christmas Candy at the Drug Store 120 per pound. Miss Humbo, the music teacher made her weekly trip up from Lewis- town Friday. Hand Painted China at the Drug Store. Mr. and Mrs R. W. Jones were pas- sengers to Lewistown on the stage this morning. Frank Knight left Monday for his old home in Tennessee where he will vita for some time. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry at the Drug Store. Carl Carlson, a stone mason of Lew- istown came up Friday to work on the hardware warehouse. Mrs. Matt. Regan came up from Lewistown Sunday for a short visit with her husband, returning home Tuesday. For storm doors and windows, and for lumber of any kind. Call and see me. Henry Parrent. Miss 'Tattle Toohie, of Lewistown came up Friday afternoon and has ac- cep . ted a position as waitress at the Shaule's Hotel. Wheat at Powers $1.35 per hundred. See W. L. Rinith before you place your orders for coal. Ile handles the Smith Bros Coal from the New Year Mine. Mr. Joseph Amber who was taken to the asylum at Warm Springs some time since returned home Friday. fie is much improved in health. Who is W. S. Smith? He is the man that Mama got her piano from, and you cad bet it was just as be said It would be. Oh my such a beauty, Mama says she would not, think to rude it for any other piano in town. Its a Hamilton and fully guaranteed. Mr. Chas. Benlon. of the Judith, was in town Saturday with a lot, of nice fresh ranch eggs, for which he found ready buyers. Ile presented the editorial family with a big jar of home made \chow -chow.\ Thanks Charley it was fine A Bank Book with a small deposit in It makes a very suitable present for children. ' It teaches them the Bank Habit. FIRST STATE BANK. By R. L. Henderson Cashier. Lewis Wunderlin canr in from ;the Snowies Friday where he had been assisting in:threshing operations. fie said that there were Several hundred acres in that neighborhood not yet threshed on account of the continu- ous snow storing. If the.country editor were to snap at all the Inducements held out he would soon become a millkinaire. If he ran a paper according to the popu- , lar notion he would- be in the poor 'house. If 4141 publiehed all the items `that were lent to hin011a would he in ,Odl half the time and in the hospital the other hant • Wm.-Leiferts let friday for Lewis. ton, Sweet apple older at Powers, S. A. LaMont Dame up from Lewis- town !rids/. /Electric, cawing lions at the Hard- ware. Sam Rgetlar left on Saturtley'after- noon*coacia for Lewistown. Tomas LaTray left Friday for a short visitor a Lewistown. Sewing gets at the Hardware. Peter Packard came up from Lewis - [Own onrridav afternoon's coach. . • Mrs. W. G. Combs was a passenger to Lewistown On the stage. Thursday. County Superintendent Orpha No- ble came up from Lewistown yester- day. S. D. MeMasters came upfrom Lew- istown on Wednesday afternoon's cinch. Sterltug silver baby spoons,' cream ladles, sugar shells, oyster forks, serving forks, etc., at the Hardware. Rev. Father Muller came up Sun- day and held services in the school house. J. M. Parrent came up from Lewis- town Wednesday where he had been on business. Jim Wilson of Lewistown came up to Kendall on Wednesday afternoon's coach for a short vtsit. Copper and•Sterling silver Chafing dishes at the Hardware. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith spent the past week on the homestead of Mrs. Smith's on Plum creek. Fresh Seal Shipped Oysters A fresh cask received each week at staffords: Philip Drazich, of Kendall, return- ed Wednesday from Lewistown where he spent the past week on business. The Kendall Meat Market have em- loyed an experienced sausage maker and you will now find on sale there the finest line of sausage* etc., ever on sale in town. Make yourself a present of a Bank Account; it Will 'kive you the Bank Habit. FIRST STATE BANK. By R. L. Henderson, Cashier. Ed. Stillman and Sam Nelson came over Saturday from the Cave mine near Armelle. The boys have had a lease on this property and have taken out considerable ore which they will ship to the smelter. Bev. J. A. Roades, of Boteman, preached at the Presbyterian church last Sunday evening to a good sized audience. He will preach again next Sunday evening at 7:30. Everybody eordialy invited to be present at this service. If you get a piano from W. S. Smith, you will get a good instru- ment, one that will give you perfect satisfaction or he will take it back. A town that is large enough. and good enough for a man to earn his living in is good enough for him to buy his provisions he If he does not think so both he and his town would be better off if his tent were pitched on other prairies. Leave your jewelry repair work at the Drug Store. We will gurrantee all work we have done for you. Kendall Drug Co. The Fergus County Hardware Co. take pleasure in annouucing that a new and up to date line of holiday goods has been added to their stock. They invite inspection. They tell a good one on Charley Parks. Sometime ago Charlek was hunting and ran accross the tracks of what he took for three deer. After following time tracts for a long ways they finally wound up at a straw pile in Guy Norman's field and instead of deer turned out to be and old sow and a couple of shoats. Did you knovi'W. S Smith, at Lew- istown can 'save you $40.00 cash? How? By selling you • a bran new drop head sewing machine or St5.00 made and guaranteed by the New Home Company. Don't Buy from the agent. The position of foreman of the Kendall Mine, which was made va- cant by the resignation of Charles McLain, on account of his failing health, has been accepted by J. W. Mills. Mr. Mille has been a shiftbase at the Kendall for s long time and he is an experienced miner and well flt- ted to fill lais new position. His many friends ate pleased to learn of his promotion. . Louis Johnson has been secured to fill th• position of shift boss. Meet varieties of sleet jiro'. ducts ever *marled Ne Kendall will be toned at the IteadaU Scat Narkat A For Cold - W0ather, As the cold weather approaches you will want to supply your- self so as to be able to with- stand the cold. You'll . find here Winter Caps Lined Mitts And Gloves Overshoes. German Socks California Flannel Shirts Sheep Lines Coats Linecl Pants Tivoli Underwear Wool Blankets Maish Comforts In fact you'll find here anything you% y need to keep yourself warm. J. M. PARRENT. ••• THE KENDALL HOTEL MRS. ANNA O'LEARY, Proo, Regular and Transient Boarders Good Rooms Good Meals Onlu Fire Proof Hotel In Town --Tested Tru Our Sundau Dinnus Get The Habit To Reduce Your Coal Bill Burn White Ash Coal from the Mace Mine. This mine has been opened into a body of best coal ever produced in Fergus coanty. Try a load of it and be convinced. Price only $73.00 a ton delivered in Kendall. Leave orders at J. M. Parrents Store. Coal will be sold for $4,00 cash per ton at the mine. COMBS & q0NrLY. SUNNY BROOK WHISKEY AT THE WEDGE Kendall Meat Market I. F. DAVID Prop. Headquarters For Fresh And Salt Meats Fish and Other Specials Eggs Butter & Vegetables McDonald Creek Coal Wagon Load Lots $11.00 per ton Ton Lots $11.60 per ton Leave Orders Fabey's News Depot Call up Oentral

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