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118 CENTENNIAL BOULDER MOTANA The Boulder Years.....12 a t � 3 � 1 � Left: Ira Daniel Shope Right: Emily Alvis Stinson Taken around the time of their wedding in 1895 Photos: courtesy of Edward Carlton Shope MARRIAGE LICENSE. State of Montana, County of Jefferson. To Any Person Authorized to Solemnize Marriages, GREF,TIhG : You are hereby authorized to join cn. ltywful wedlock an to celebrate within this County the rites and car oniess of marriage betwe�eAn oJ . lJLLG . ..: zT?�L .................. {p../ /�.. __ ..._...._age c1 �.......years,. -. ..months, days born at N"Y' (6-Y �IJO✓.. .........., color-14, ., ........ ....previously his mother's married, son of :Yl/Gi GrL .G1r...... - _ .. maiden name was .. .. _ ......o .._.. .... .... _. _... and t i-[./.., &.. .._ .. ....... _. ......... of OL . .... (%r_ ... .._.. years, months, _........._ ....... ... days,born at. N�iIlZLL u1�U L •.. /. _ color .... previously married, daughter of. .- ... . her mother's maiden name was -. . . . .._ ._ .... . .... _... ............._ . ....... ...... ....... _. __............................and this shall be your good and suffIcient warrant therefor. IN s , WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and offleiaZ seal, this......... /.V..._...... A/ _ 9/lN�r __!1. D. 189 .. /�)f �/,t-�,✓ e�!/.rF[/....,District Clerk, _...._.. ._.._..__Deputy. it "`. MAnRIAGE CERTIFICATE. STATE OF MONTANA, ea. This certifies that the undersigned, �7 ....... .B D. 1 9�_.,at ....... _. .y. did on the..._...._pvf "_._.... .day of ... .. r--join in-lawful wedlock 1<Gf- ....... .. ....... and . . ... .. ._. u '�' .......... ......._ ....... wath their mutual p consent and in accordance with the.._'L64+-ern .,y� ATTEST: GP¢ iiee ng 12 111�2, Ojl�oi¢tint!. HISTORY OF HOUSE AT 118 CENTENNIAL (First owned by Ira Shope - father of Montana artist "Shorty" Shope who was born in Boulder, Montana.) AGE-03/04/1891-W.D. Northrup,et al,to Ira D. Shope for$250; lots 12, 14, 14 Block 21 Boulder. Deed dated 10/20/1890. Vining A. Cook, et us,to Ira Shope for$300; lots 4, 5, 6, Block 1, Cook,Northrup, Joyes Addition. Dated 10/20/1890. AGE-04/15/1891-Ira D. Shope is building a corral around his lots near the court house. Ira D. Shope had a tilt with his fine stallion yesterday but no serious results further than a wrecked buggy. AGE-09/30/1891-Ira D. Shope is fencing in his lots adjoining the county jail. He has also dug a ditch and will have water on them next year. 11/25/1891: Wm. T. Sweet,et ux,and Dodly Halford,et ux,to Ira D. Shope for $400; lots 6 & 7 Blk 23 in Sweets addition. Dated 04/07/1891. AGE-12/16/1891-Mr. I. D. Shope has commenced the construction of a neat story and a half frame cottage,28 feet square, on his lots just north of the county jail. There will be three large rooms and a hall on the first floor and three rooms on the second floor. Mr. Lees Taylor has the contract for the building- SENTINEL-12/17/1891-1. D. Shope is building for himself nice comfortable 2 story frame dwelling on the lost near the jail It is a little large for one person,but then time works wonders in this country in very short metre. Cage first, bird next. 03/1892: Ira D. Shope sold to Lees Taylor for$700; lots 6, 7 in Blk 23 FOLLOWING EXCERPTS FROM ROXY SHOPE'S FAMILY HISTORY -SOON TO BE PUBLISHED:He got busy and built a one room log cabin located on the alley. While living here he worked as a janitor in the new courthouse. .Ao the dismay and murmurs of the townsfolk, even building a handsome two story house in the front yard of his little log house, on the northwest corner of Centennial and Washington streets. The people thought this somewhat strange or humorous because he had built a house big enough for a family and he didn't even have a wife for whom he needed to provide a home. SEE ARTICLE FROM SENTINEL NEWSPAPER 12/17/1891. .. He kept living in the log cabin and rented out his new house to I. Q. Skelton who at the time was the principal of the Boulder School system. SENTINEL-05/12/1892-Prof. Skelton has moved into the new residence of Ira D. Shope, near the court house. HISTORY OF HOUSE AT 118 CENTENNIAL (First owned by Ira Shope - father of Montana artist "Shorty" Shope who was born in Boulder, Montana.) AGE-03/04/1891-W. D.Northrup,et al,to Ira D. Shope for$250; lots 12, 14, 14 Block 21 Boulder. Deed dated 10/20/1890. Vining A. Cook,et us,to Ira Shope for$300; lots 4, 5, 6, Block 1, Cook,Northrup, Joyes Addition. Dated 10/20/1890. AGE-04/15/1891-Ira D. Shope is building a corral around his lots near the court house. Ira D. Shope had a tilt with his fine stallion yesterday but no serious results further than a wrecked buggy- AGE-09/30/1891-Ira D. Shope is fencing in his lots adjoining the county jail. He has also dug a ditch and will have water on them nett year. 11/25/1891: Wm T. Sweet,et ux,and Dodly Halford,et ux,to Ira D. Shope for $400; lots 6 & 7 Blk 23 in Sweets addition. Dated 04/07/1891. AGE-12/16/1891-Mr. L D. Shope has commenced the construction of a neat story and a half frame cottage,28 feet square,on his lots just north of the county jail. There will be three large rooms and a hall on the first floor and three rooms on the second floor. Mr. Lees Taylor has the contract for the building. SENTINEL-12/17/1891-I. D. Shope is building for himself nice comfortable 2 story frame dwelling on the lost near the jail It is a little large for one person,but then time works wonders in this country in very short metre. Cage first, bird nett. 03/1892: Ira D� Shope sold to Lees Taylor for$700; lots 6, 7 in Blk 23 FOLLOWINGII EXCERPTS FROM ROXY SHOPE'S FAMILY HISTORY -SOON TO BE PUBLISHED:Me got busy and built a one room log cabin located on the alley. While living here he worked as a janitor in the new courthouse. ...to the dismay and murmurs of the townsfolk, even building a handsome two story house in the front yard of his little log house, on the northwest corner of Centennial and Washington streets. The people thought this somewhat strange or humorous because he had built a house big enough for a family and he didn't even have a wife for whom he needed to provide a home. SEE ARTICLE FROM SENTINEL NEWSPAPER 12/17/1891. .. He kept living in the log cabin and rented out his new house to I. Q. Skelton who at the time was the principal of the Boulder School system. SENTINEL-05/1211892-Prof. Skelton has moved into the new residence of Ira D. Shope, near the court house. 08/04/1892 SENTINEL:John Thompson who was returned to Texas really was"Bud" Powell, one of the men charged with robbing the Wells-Fargo express on June 18, 1887, of$5,100. Boulder residents, including I. D. Shope and Rev. Wickes, sent letters to Texas in the hope that his upright life and three years as a citizen of Boulder would have some weight in his favor. 11/22/1892:Geo. Hoey is building a dwelling on a lot near the NP depot in Boulder which he recently purchased from I. D. Shope. 08/1893:The Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor held sunrise services in the Presbyterian Church, Ira D. Shope led the prayer meeting. The Society at Wickes sent a large delegation. AGE-08/21/1895-I. D. Shope and Emily Stinson marry. They will go to housekeeping in a very pleasant home near the Courthouse. 03/17/1897: L. Q. Skelton and I. D. Shope have purchased the Concannon ranch adjoining town. There are 160 acres and the price $3600. 12/08/1897: Co. Commissioners appointed J. D. Bridges janitor of the courthouse in place of Mr. Shope. 12/29/1897: J. D. Bridges resigned as janitor of the school and Ira D. Shope selected for the place 01/18/1898: 01/19/1898: I. D. Shope has been selected as janitor of the D&D school now nearing completion 02/02/1898: William T. Sweet has been employed as janitor at the school house in place of I. D. Shope. 12/07/1898: Mitchell Shope of Clearfield, Pa., father of 1. D. Shope, died. Born in 1830. Survived by wife, 2 sons, 4 daughters. 07/1899: Mr. Tillinghast was re-engaged as supt. Of the D&B school; Mr. Shope again janitor; contract for finishing the upper story of the building let to Jas. Simpkins for$1,048. FOLLOWING EXCERPTS FROM ROXY SHOPE'S FAMILY HISTORY -SOON TO BE PUBLISHED:Ira had come from a family of eight children so he had built his house to take care of the many children he hoped to have. 02/27/1901: L. Q. Skelton, D. C. Skelton and Ira D. Shope have purchased all the interest of S. H. Knowles in the firm of E. Thomas& Co. And they will hereafter by associated with Mr. E. Thomas in the general merchandise business and the new firm will be incorporated under the name of the Boulder Mercantile Co. AGE-07/03/1901-I. D. Shope has finished an addition to his residence. FOLLOWING EXCERPTS FROM ROXY SHOPE'S FAMILY HISTORY -SOON TO BE PUBLISHED:After Irvin"Shorty"was born, Ira must have decided his house was too small for the children he wanted, so in 1901 he built an addition. The addition included a family sized kitchen. 04/1902: There is a change in ownership of part of the stock of the Boulder Mercantile., Messrs. Foster, Shope, L. Q. an C. E. Skelton having disposed of their interests to John Steele and Emil Theyson of Basin. Mr. Thomas retains his interest. 05/1902: The board of trustees of the DD&B school, Sheehy, Scharf, and McNeill, selected teachers and assistants for the ensuing year. McAloney, Supt; Dive, Schoolfield, Miss Stinson, teachers of the deaf, Miss Holt, teacher of the blind; Mix Voss, music; Mrs. Harris, matron; Mr. Allen, teacher of printing; Mr. Shope and Mr. Finerty, engineers. Present school year ends June 11. 05/20/1903:I. D. Shope has rented the two ranches of S. H.Knowles, one of them close to town and the other farther up the valley known as the Dildine place. They remain at their residence in town 11/18/1903: Mr. Shope has given up his lease on the Knowles ranch and stock. 1904: Electors: Republican Party: Assessor: Ira D. Shope 10/02/1909:MONITOR: At least two cases of that dread and mysterious disease, infantile paralysis, have made their appearance in Boulder. Those aillicted are Irvin Shope, the 7 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ira D. Shope, and Peter McCullough, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry McCullough. The disease is probably infectious, but not contagious. 03/25/1911-Town Incorporated: Mayor:L. Q. Skelton. Ist Ward Aldermen: B. E. Barteau; Dan M. Halford. Second Ward Aldermen: Lees Taylor, Dr. Al. Ward. Also in second ward J. A. Riedel and Ira Shope thought of but not chosen. Ira Shope was appointed Pound master(dog catcher). September 1912: Ira Shope died of a heart attack. 03/08/1913-Mrs. Emily A. Shope sold her residence and her 160 acre ranch lying east of town to Ned Paradis of the Valley. 07/12/1924:The skeleton found at Bernice to be buried in Boulder cemetery as unidentified. Acting Coroner,Ned Paradis, and jury composed of J. E. Wild, Joe Nugent, W. C. Wood, Frank Wahle, J. H. Baker and Ed Smith rendered the verdict: "That the skeleton is that of a woman whose identity is unknown and who came to her death as the result of her skull being crushed above the temple by a blunt instrument in the hands of a person unknown." 12/25/1926-Nels Larson moved from his ranch house to the Ned Paradis residence which he has purchased. The property was previously occupied by Lester McNeil and family 04/30/1927-Pro£ W. W. Wabl purchased the Nels Larson residence this week and will move in soon. 05/10/1930-Irvin N. Tuttle and Mary Dawson many. Will live in house formerly occupied by W. W. Wahl. 06/1931: Mrs. Ira Shope and son, Willard, of Missoula were here last week end for a visit with old time friends. Mrs. Shope lived here a good many years, owning the paradis farm. 12/05/1931:Irvin"Shorty"Shope is gaining recognition as a Western artist. Born in Boulder in 1900 and now living in Missoula. (Following is written by Mrs. T. A. Wickes:The open range, its friendliness and hospitality, color and dynamic action of the old west, as well as its tragedy and comedy, are being made fin•ther tradition in the pen and brush of Irvin"Shorty" Shope, Montana artist. Irvin was born in the state, lived and studied the subjects of his pictures here, and is winning his growing recognition as a western artist from his studio at his mother's home in Missoula. As he likes the west he has found it no hardship to follow the advice given him by Charles M. Russell,the cowboy artist, "Stay in the west, boy. The men, the horses and the country you hike and want to study are here, not back east."Irvin was born on a small ranch near Boulder in 1900 and today uses his father's brand, a circle arrow, as his signature mark. After the death of his father, his mother moved her family to Missoula where they have since lived except for 5 years in Fargo,N. Dakota. The years between 1913 and 1918 perhaps had the most formative influence upon Irvin's work. Col. E. S. Paxson, painter of Indian and western pictures, became his good friend and he read Paxson's extensive library and other recommended books on western lore; also studied his historical Indian relics and collection of all the old guns such as the flintlock and buffalo guns. Irvin owes to Paxson his thorough and accurate education in western detail... Shope attended Portland Art Academy and Reed College, Portland, the winter of 1919-20, and that summer worked on a cattle ranch in Idaho. Then studied two quarters of art, drafting,and English at the U. of Montana and the following summer went to Jordan on a draftsman job. There he met Boyd Van Horn, son of a well to do cattleman. Because of the drouth he had to move his father's cattle north into the Missouri River Breaks. Shope went with him and learned the winter procedure in a cow camp... Through all these experiences he got to know the roundup, campfire and range, the cattle days of the early west, and the life of the old time cowboy. Winter of 1922-23 he took two more quarters of University work, then went to Malta on a drafting job for the reclamation bureau...All this time he was making on the average of 100 drawings and water color studies a year, also becoming proficient in roping. In 1924 he spent his last $10 as a down payment on a course with the Minneapolis Federal Art school. This was an important step because they sold his first work. His first year with them `Bucking Bronco" won second prize in figure drawing and story illustration;next year"Stagecoach"won first for animal drawing. Irvin's first illustrations were 25 humorous and typical western sketches for a "History of Valley County," compiled by Vesta Robbins of Glasgow. His first big work was for H. J. Justin& Sons, Fort Worth, Texas for whom Irvin wrote and illustrated four frontier skits called"Stirrup Stories,"an advertising booklet. Another big illustrating job was done for a serial in Farmer's Wife, published by the Webb company of St. Paul. Irvin sold his first color work as covers to Triple X, then to Lariat, western magazines... For the past two years various art and calendar houses have become interested and are watching the growth of his work and encouraging him... He said "When in my earliest work I put men on my horses my mother asked me why I wanted to spoil a good horse?I improved my figures and as my pictures developed I added background. .. Critics say that his drafting and modeling of animals is superior to Paxson, and many horsemen have said that they never saw truer drawn or better proportioned horses.. Frank Linderman has praised his Indian pictures. Will James, Charles Russell and Joe DeYong have given valuable criticism, encouraged and endorsed Irvin's work..He has exhibited at Bozeman,Great Falls, Missoula, Minneapolis and the Montana and Minnesota state fairs. The American Lithograph company ofNew York exhibited two of his canvasses in their show room for a year. 01/09/1932:A mural depicting a party of pioneer crossing the Montana badlands, painted by Irving Shope, graces the wall of the Missoula Merc. 02/29/1936:A pictorial map of Montana has just been completed in the plans department of Montana State Highway Commission. Titled "Frontier and Pioneer Montana, a One Page History Dedicated to the Old Timers," this project was originated by Bob Fletcher and completed and drawn by Irvin (Shorty) Shope. The original is 36 X 54 and the illustrations are done in pen and ink. 06/27/1936: A publication "The New Trail" which has just been released for tourist distribution by the state highway dept., is illustrated by Irvin "Shorty" Shope. 12/10/1938: Since 1935 Shorty Shope has been in the employ of the state highway dept. as artist in the plans division,executing illustrations for advertising material, maps,booklet covers and posters. At present he is working on several aspects of the exhibit from Montana to the San Francisco exposition. 06/22/1940:Two women well known in Montana art circles -Mrs. Elizabeth D. Lochrie of Butte and Mary Meigs Atwater of Basin-are listed in Volume 3 of"Who's Who in American Art." Irvin Shope is also listed. 01/09/1943-Mrs. Lyle Swartz and children move to Boulder 07/22/1961: Shorty Shope, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Shope, Mr. and Mrs. Willard and dau. visit Marie Swartz at their old home VITALS FROM NEWSPAPERS (SENTINEL, AGE, AGE-SENTINEL AND MONITOR) Sentinel: 08/22/1895 MARRIAGE - Ira D. Shope Married Emily Alvis Stinson at Boulder 08/21/1895 Sentinel: 07/23/1896- BORN - Female Father: I. Shope Born: 07/21 Sentinel: 07/30/1896 -- Age: 07/29/1896 MARRIED-William Woodbridge Wickes and Helen Carlton Stinson-Grooms father: Rev. T. A. Wickes. Married at Boulder 07/27. Sentinel: 12/30/1897 - BORN- Male Father: I. Shope Sentinel: 12/08/1898 DIED - Mitchell Shope - of/at Clearfield, Pennsylvania. Born at Curtin, Center County, Pa. on 07/12/1830. Married Mary J. Spackman 02/26/1854. Son: Ira Shope Sentinel: 05/17/1900 -- Age: 05/16/1900 - BORN- Male Father: I. Shope Born: 05111 Sentinel: 04/10/1902 -- Age: 04/09/1902 - BORN- Male - Father: I. Shope Born: 04/08 Sentinel: 11/05/1903 -- Age: 05/04/1903 - BORN-Male Father: 1. Shope Age-Sentinel: 01/31/1907 BORN- Male Father: I. Shope Age-Sentinel: 04/16/1908 - Monitor: 04/18/1908 BORN -Female Father: I. Shope Born: 04/13 Sentinel: 11/07/1901 -- Age: 11/06/1901 DIED - Mary Edith Shope - of Clearfield, Pennsylvania at Philadelphia. Brother: Ira Shope of Boulder. Monitor: 07/24/1909 MARRIED - Carl De Farris Greenwood and Carrie Stinson At Missoula on 07/15. Monitor: 09/28/1912 DIED - Ira D. Shope - 56 yrs, at . Born Pennsylvania. Married in 1895 to Emily A. Stinson. Buried: Boulder. Monitor: 08/03/1918 MARRIE D - Philip Parrish and Irene Shope Married on 07/25/1918 at Portland, Oregon Monitor: 03/15/1919 DIED - Irene Shope Parrish. At Portland, Oregon Monitor: 0512l/1921 DIED Mrs. E. R. Stinson - 75 years, of/at Spartansburgh, SC. Daughters: Mrs. Emily Shope and Mrs. Wickes. Monitor: 11/13/1965 DIED-Emily Shope-93 yrs, at Helena. Born at North Carolina 08/21/1872. Married at Boulder 08/21/1894 to Ira Daniel Shope. Father: Burrett Stinson. Daughter: Mary Davis of Michigan. Sister; Mrs. Alex Tillinghast. Buried: Boulder. Monitor: 12/07/1967 DIED-Edward Shope- 60 yrs, at Missoula. Born at Boulder on 06/29/1907. Married Lois. Daughter: Mrs. Keith Peterson of Washington. Sister: Mrs. K. Davis. Buried at Missoula. Monitor: 02/04/71 ENGAGEMENT-James C. Shope of Roundup to Jan Doney .. Father:Buhl Rice Monitor: 04/22/1976 -CIM TE D - Tressa Teal Shope - of Helena, at Boulder. Birthdate: 03/16/1976. Christened: Lutheran. Great Grandparents: Mr. and Mrs. John Giulio Monitor: 04/12/1979 BORN - Tiadel Lillian Shope - of/at Helena on 03/19. Father: Jim Shope - Mother: Jan Giulio - Paternal Grandma: Dorothy Rice Monitor: 10/14/1982 DIED - Mary Davis- at Hamden, CT. Father: Ira Shope Mother: Emily Shope. Spouse: Kenneth Davis PARADIS, Ned(J.B.N.) Married 04/20/1904 to Uretta Ryan, dtr. Of Ed Ryan. Living in house on corner of Centennial and Adams. 1910 Ranch at Finn. 05/10/1910 a daughter was born. 1913 Bought the Shope place in Boulder. 1919 Dairy business. 1923 justice of the peace. 1930 Ranch sold to Ben Wahle. 12/22/1934 Monitor:Ned Paradis,age 67,died at home in Boulder; born in Point Levis, Quebec, Canada. Came to Montana 1888 and worked for some time lumbering at Elkhorn, later operating a butcher shop in Basin and Boulder. Had been Justice of Peace for past 11 years. His wife, the fromer Uretta Ryan, died in Feb. 1931. Surviving relatives: Dtrs. Mrs. Drew Jackson, Basin, and Mrs. Lyle Swartz, Billings; son George, Boulder; 3 grandchildren; sister, Mrs. Anne Roy, Point Levis; 2 brothers, George, Point Levis and Henry of Michigan. Burial Boulder Valley Cem SHOPE, Ira D. 1892 Janitor at Courthouse. Originally from Philadelphia. Built house on SE corner of Washington and Centennial. 08/23/1895 Married Emily A. Stinson, sister of Mrs. Tillinghast, matron of the State School. 07/21/1896 a daughter was born. 1211897 a son was born. 12/07/1898 The Age reports the death of Mitchell Shope in Clearfield, PA, father of I. D. Shope. 05/11/1900 a son was born. 08/1900 Employed as engineer and farmer at state school. 04/08/1902 A Son was born. 03/06/1902 Sentinel: Little Burette Shope is suffering from Scarlet fever. 05/21/1903 Sentinel:Leased the two ranches of S.H. Knowles, formerly owned by Dildine and Nottingham. 11/14/1903 Son was born. 04/13/1908 a son was born. 09/28/1912 Monitor: died 09/26/1912 at his home of heart failure. Born in Clearfield Co, PA 1856. Resident of Boulder past 25 years. In 1895 married Emily A. Stinson. Seven Children: Irene,Burette,Irvin, David, Willard,Edward and Mary. 03/08/1913 Monitor: Sold home and 160 acre ranch to Ned Paradis. Mrs. Shope planning to move to Missoula Mary born 02/29/1907. Died 1982 (Davis). Ed born 1908. SHOPE, Irene Dtr. Of Ira D. and Emily A. Stinson Shope. 1913 graduate of JCHS. 07/25/1918 married Philip Parrish at the home of her uncle, Chandler Bloom, in Portland, OR. The young man attended the U. at Missoula and is a journalist. 03/15/1919 Monitor: Irene Shope Parrish died last week at her home in Portland, OR. SWARTZ, Marie (Paradis) 1951 Town Clerk Retired County Treasurer. 03/23/1989 Monitor: Born 12/07/1907 to Ned and Uretta Paradis. Married Lyle Swartz 03/26/1932. Died at home of daughter, Marie Hinman 03/20/1989,age 81. Lived most of her life in the family home at Boulder. Ranched, taught school, served as school board clerk, city clerk, deputy Co. Treasurer and Co. Treasurer,retiring in 1973 after 30 years. Enjoyed gardening, sewing and was active in Senior Citizens programs as well as the Attar Society and the Catholic Church. Preceded in death by husband,daughter and brother. Survivors: Daughter and son m law Marie and Don Hinman, Helena; son and daughter in law George and Shirley Swartz, Helena; sister, Uretta Ulsher, Boulder; sister in law Nina Paradis, Boulder; numerous grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Burial Boulder Valley Cemetery. TUTTLE, Irvin N. Wife Mary C. Dawson. Bourn about 1892 to D. W. Tuttle of Fish Creek. 1918 to Camp Dodge, Iowa. 1925 County Clerk and Recorder. 1926 re-elected Clerk and Recorder, Dem. 1929 Purchased DeCelles Meat Market in partnership with Oscar Gilmer. Infant son born 05/01/1931 died 05/03/1931. 1929 Co. 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