Townsend Star (Townsend, Mont.) 1897-current, July 10, 1909, Image 3

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s aa . - rakes '' 41911111r 1 i, S . We have - r`e f iti . . a few f .... ) ,t IF two 2 f will the close thing piece Suits out for which_ at cost Hot Weather. .. ---Just we , dering the If you that Fourth, have neglected new come suit in or- for. and lo , k,v get one Suits ---they Friends. °four always nen • m.a 1 make e Duzback Umbrellas 75c to $2.50---Carhart Overalls & Coats Coats and Boots Shoes and Hats Men's Square Deal Short Gum Boots $4.00 Men's Gold Seal Short Gum Boots.... 5.50 Men's Square Deal Rift - dim Boots.. 6.00 Mays Gold Seal Rip,Guln_ ,,„___,_ 7.50 .,: - hmten - ii - Good Year Glove Short Gum . noots 3,75 Boy's Good Year Glove Short Gum Boots 2.75 Youth's Light Short Gum Boots ..... ... 2.25 Men's Black Rubber Rain Coats 4.00 Oxford Shoes .. Honorbuilt and Treadwell., .. .. $4.00 Gordon Hats, numerous col6rs — and --- styles . 3.00 Biggest and Best assortment of ties ever - Come in and see them. • We are ready to measure you for that new Suit—Prices $14.00 to $46.00 Our new book of Patterns for Fall is here - from M. Born Si Company. TOWNSEND MERCANTILE COMPANY . All Ready for Business With a complete stock now on hands, we can fill your -orders= -promptly. CalIiiLd look - at our stock - midget our prices. Sash Doors Flooring Ceiling Siding Door and Window Frames Mouldings Rubber Roofing Screen Doors Interior Finish Building Paper Porch Work CLARK LUMBER COMPANY W. A. KRUSE, Manager hocql ScottDervell was a Helena visitor Thursday. Large assortment of Ladies' neck- wear in all styles at Donaldson's. John Martin of Radersburg was a Townsend visitor Wednesday. He reports it successful celebration at that camp on July 6th aad a grand time for all present. Al Wright went to Boulder Thurs- day with the intention of purchasing horsee. We have some choice city property for sale. See us. Mo. Vat.t.zr LAND & INVESTMENT CO. J. P. Hardy manager of the Town. send Land and Livestock Co.'s ranch, loaded a three-Tear -old registered heifer 012 Thursdays local freight. This animal Was sold to Mary S. Mil- ler of *Ns, for $160. Our first car load of the celebrated Deering mowers, rakes and binders have just arrived. MO. VALLEY HARDWARE CO. Joseph Bubser has been on crutches for several days, the result of sprain- ing his ankle last Thuisday by fall- ing from an automobile in a frieutily scuffle. Just received a shipment of up-to- date buggies. We invite you to look them over. ' SLAWSON. Mrs. Alvt,h McCormick has been confined to her bed for some time, being threatened with pneumonia, but was able to be about and see the cel- ebration. Mimes Mina Sitters, Grace Smith, Edna and Hortense Tilton who are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Munden had a riding party given in their honor on Sunday afternoon and eVening JulT 4th, Mrs. Thos . . Hughes and daughter, Helene were visitors at Judge Bub ser's over Sunday. Ray Swift, who is employed at the elevator at Moore, spent the fore part of the week with his parents in Towe r send. Edwin Romig, aim of E. E. Romig, a fernier postmaster here, is visiting friends in Townsend. Chas. Lenhart a former resident of Townsend, came over from Anaconda Saturday and visited with his wife and family here for a few daya. His many old acquaintances were glad to see him. , Achilles Rardon, wife and daugh- ter, Marie of Belgrade spent the first part of the week with relatives in our burg. Achilles came down, with the intention of seeing the Belgrade boys defeat our local team, but met with a slight disappointmeut in that 'tlit- tioU, r.f you trade with lei WO both make money, if you don't ektioth lose. hfo. VALLEY HARITARF CO. V Miss Jennie Sherlock of Crow creek was a visitor at thehome of Ben Townsley Saturday. a — Miss Marion Hegley of Helena en- joyed the celebration in our city, be- ing a guest of Miss Lucy Pool. Donaldson's suits for men -at $10.00 and $15.00 are bargains. Mrs. A. B. Rosman was quite ill the first of the week but is doing nicely at present. , Tom Johnson, a half brother of Dr. Wilder, was a guest of the latter over the 6th. We have dress shirts $1.75-1.50 and 1.26 for 60c, T. NI; Co. « S. D. Hodges of Harlowton was the ' guest of Miss Sallie McMahon Mon- day. The officers of thelaty report an un- usually quiet celebration this time as far as any disturbances of the peace were concerned. No -at teats. Our vici kid dress shoe for • men at $3.00 is a winner. At Donaldson's. C. W. - Merrilies, traveling' frsight and passenger agent for the N. P., spent our citylooking after the company's interest here. A. I. Reeves, the music dealer from Helena, spent July 6th with us and' incidentally scattered a little adver- tising matter for his firm. Miss Alta McMahon, who is em- ployed in the game warden's office in Helena, spent her holiday with rela- tives here. We sell, wire nails and building paper 20 per cent cheaper, than our competitors but we can afford to. MO. VALLEY HARDWARE Co. *. A- washout between. Helena • and and Townsend caused a congestion of freight and passenger traffic at this place for a while Tuesday morn- ing If you want a - nice -- hats\ ---one of quality and nifty -too, buy a Gordon, $3.00 -at Townsend Mercantile Co. Olive and Myrtle Keene took Thursday's No. 3 for Seattle to 'see the exposition. Ralph Gilliam was over from Rad- ersburg to visit with his parents Lir a 'few days of last week and this. Jeff Doggett reports an exception- ally good clip of wool fronm his bawls this season. He received 22 cents per pound for his wool. Wire screens and doors and screen windows at Missouri Valley Hardware Co's. W. C. Whaley made a business trip to Missoula the latter part of - • last week. Ed Swift and wife andtwo children are present' visitibk - '1'. - H. Swift and family. Ed is employed as book- keeper in the office of the Boston & Montana smelter at Great Falls. — A - Six - Room House tor KA me_ is .connected With three good hits. Enquire of E. H. Goodtnan. _ jack Doherty anti family, Mrs, P. E. Van Voaat and John Hamilton observed the anniversary of Inde- pendence Day by enjoying- a fishing trip on upper Deep creek. They started Saturday evening and return- ed Tuesday a. tn,, with a very nice catch of trout, T. S. Daly, who is associated with the interests of the Anaconda Stan- dard in 'Butte, is taking a season of rest in our city, white he nurses a broken leg f caused by falling on a street car track. Previous to his ar- rival here he spent five weeks in the hospital. Mr. Daly is quite well known in this vicinity. Wm, Machet, who lives on the Al- len Stewart ranch between here and Toston, has eighty acres of rye in the pink of condition and it has never hid a .particle of irrigation. This land is situated lower in the. valley Puin most of the land where dry fanning has been tried, and is a sur- prise to many of those who have seen it. If the business nit:NI' of Townsend will attend to the moving of the band s - and from its present Iodation to a more central place in the business section, the baud could easily give concerts once each week and benefit the, business houses as well as af- ford entertainment for the people of bur city. There are several suitable locations available. It is a !maid mast - ter to keep a band in good condition pia° when he visited the place re- tainly is the proper thing for the unless they have 'engagements fre cenilY and h ' und a g ood st a n d of place, and already there 'aro about quently, so the change would help wheat with every prospect fora good 7,000 lbs. of the Primrose brand stow - everybody concerned. See the Fancy • i lles—the fates style in neckwear at T. M. Co. J. C. Stewart of ltmiteen Mile was in town Tuesday. George Beatty of ,Winston attend- ed the Ridgeway funeral Sunday. Doe Rotwitt . 4att&yed a vacation from Saturday until Tuesday with old friends in the capital city. The Broadwater County Hardware Co. have sold the , auto which they had in stock to Julius Hargrove of Crow creek. Mrs. Ryan of Seattle is at present a guest of Mrs. J. E. O'Connor down the valley. , Miss Alice Thompson of Helena visited the Misses Rosenbaum over the 6th. J. W. Seibold's face looked like a duck pond in a hail storm yesterday when he learned that he was father of another bouncing boy. Born to Arthur T. Green of Con- federate on July 5th, a boy. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hagen or-Etist Helena were Townsend viaitdre On the 6th of July. , Chas. Shaw has imprOved his pro- perty by building a new fence, barn ited chicken house. Miss Laura Holker of Toiton was the guest of Miss Grace Averill for a couple of days this week. Mr. T. Carey and Mr. Doyle of Helena spent Sunday and Monday at the Hamilton and Gleason ranch. Miss Alice Gleason, a sister of Mrs; W. G. Hamilton, from near Pueblo. Colo., is visiting at •Mr. Hamilton's ranch in time valley.- Miss Gleason andltire. Hamilton were Helena via. item. Thursday. 33333343931 Drug's g one Other Keptin Stock 6We have a large and well selected stock of 8 is The best Fountain Pens, the gbest Scissors and B azors in the; \world. Combs Sponges Toilet Sets Hair Brushes Bath Brushes Chamois Skins Tooth Brushes Nail and Hand Brushes Your patronage is always appreciated. When irA town call in and see us. It will be of mutual benefit. Townsend -Drug Company -- G. E. Pool. Prop. M. DARCY & uly Clearance Sale Summer Goods Begin. MONDAY, JULY 12 20 per cent off Entire Stock of Lawns, Batistes, Organdies, Dimities, Silk Mulls, Poplins, White Goods, in fact 'all strictly Summer Goods - by the yard. ' Defender brand_ Muslin Underwear, Women -and -Child- ren's Gauze Underwear. 50--per - evnt off PIM kkiidefe - d and - Straw Hats and baby Bonnets. Will make a _clean up of Hats. The early buyer gets the plums Mr. and -Mrs, Arthur C. Hagestad, who have been the guests of their ents-Mr,-and' Mrs.--Jm- , 13.-- Payne re. turned to Missoula Monday evening. Fred Babcock left Wednesday morning for the National Park. He intends to hold the ribbons over a six -horse outfit between Gardiner and Mammoth Hot Springs. 31 7 .W. Harvey is farther beatitify- ing his residence by adding a large porch in front. - Rev. A. E. Maenamara will hold services at St. John's gpiscopal church in Townsend on next Sunday July 11. A section hand from Winston came to Tow/mend Thursday morning with a broken arm He was attended to 'by Dr. Gilliam and sent at once to the Imbspital at Missoula, I'. J. Meloy has been awarded the contract, for furnishing lumber for the new I, O. 0. P. Hall and the Av. erill, residence at the upper end of Broadway. Many new lock boxes have been in- stalled in the Townsend postoffice, which_not only fills a long felt want of patrons, but adds a metropolitan air to the interior of the building. James Nelsen, a native of Denmark declared his -intention -of -becoming - u - citizen's& tiiiii - etTountry before Judge Bub'ser Friday. ' , — W. H. McKnight and John A. Smith left- town Friday for an outing on Deep creek. They retatrned Mon- day evening with a satisfied express-, ion on their faces and a goodly catch of trout in their baskets. The new real estate firm of J. M. Murphy and Co. have gotten out some neat business cards. They 9x - pact several visits this week from par- ties wishing to invest in Broadwater County land. Chas. Lloyd met with a very pain - fed accident Tuesday.\ While Jidigg itinitnal fell on him and two of the bones in his right foot were dislocated. Dr. Smith attended ,him and he is doing as well as 'could be expected. _ Sam- Edwards, an old tinier in this neighborhood, died at the coun- ty poor farni last Friday, affer a short illness caused biltornaCh trou- ble. He had been employed at Jeff Doggett'm ranch for the past few years. His mummy old 1i1110 friends Will be ehocked and pained tc know of his sudden passing away. Burial took place Saturday at time Deep creek cemetery. Last fell J. E. Kaa01180 plowed twenty-five acres of his bench land just Heath of the old Carpenter place and seeded it with winter wheat. The ground' froze up immediately after- wards and Into this spring there were no signs of grain. Imagine his stir - yield of grain this fall. A, A. STAFFORD, Pre& 5.11. 0000MAN, Treas. J A.MATTIIEWS, Sec. Missouri Valley Land and Investment Company.Loans, Real Estate and Mines. Townsend, Montana. List your Property with us and let your wants L • be known. If you have land and want buy- er, we'll'furnish the buyer. If you want a home, a ranch_ or good mining property we'll get it for you. ‘ If you have land and want money, we can get that for you, Address all communications to the Secretary, P. 0. box 192' Townsend Montana. t% The cooling plant at the creamery has been installed and if you want to gather a few icicles, just step into the cooling room at that place. It cor• ed awl in the refriVerator. The business houses who bad trees in front of their establishments are giving every chance for a disastrioue fire by leaving the trees there until they become dry. ' Townsend has been lucky so far in the, matter of blazes ,and doubtless precautions will be taken in this instep*

Townsend Star (Townsend, Mont.), 10 July 1909, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.