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Overland Model 80
51,050 Factory J. L. Moore LOCAL AGENT Overland Model 81 $850 Factory FEED AND SALE STABLE. I have recently purchased from C. W. Powell the North Side Feed Barn And would be pleased to have your trade. Thelbest of attention will be given to your work. We are also prepared to do any and all kinds of dray work, and a phone call to the barn will be promptly attended to. GIVE US A TRIAL. Chas. Abrahamson. Classified Advertisements. TFiu RENT.-Front hasemetit inl the `urvant block. Inquire of John Survant at, the Malta Mercantile Store. tf9 Jon lsiErT-Good farm of 280 acres four miles from Malta. Good wa ter, good buildings and 85 .acres under cultivation. For particulars call on Schuster & Stevens, or ad dress Box 641, Malta. tf27 Foa SALE-A choice young milch cow. Also a Rambletonian filly three years old. A two year old grade short horn bull. Terms cash. PETER PAULSON, Malta. tf24 FOR SALE:-A good hard coal burner and a gas lamp. Chairles Christie. Boar for Sale.-A good Duroc Jer sey boar, age two years. Inquire of Francis Elliott, Malta, Mont. 4w30. Lo5T:-One bay gelding, weight about 1100, 12 years old. Branded YF on left thigh. $10 reward will be paid for his return to Wm.Doepping. LosT-Two horses-i gray gelding branded on right hip, and 1 sor. rel geld- lug branded on the left shoulder, and of about 1400 lbs. weight. ¶50 re ward. John Wagemaker, Ma ta. LosT-One blk gelding branded ,on right shoulder. One Jen ny mule, branded same on right shonlder. $10 reward.--13. E. ScuUSTER, Malta, Mont. tf30 Strayed or Stolen--From my place 10 miles south pf Malta, Oct. 11, one dark bay gelding weight 1,100 lbs., foretop clipped and blind in left eye. Branded thus on right thigh. Tien dollars reward for his return. Frank Kiern, Malta, Montana. tf30 STRAYED-From my ranch, 4 head of work-horses--2 bays. I black mare, 1 blaze-faced sorrel, all shod and foretops clipped. Branded pn left jaw. $5 reward each will be paid for their return to my ranch or Shady's barn. C. .Boucitis. GENERAL TRANSFER AND DRAY LINE BAPmAGE TRANtFERED AND GENERAL TEAMjWORK Store. Phone No. 16. R. J. McCREARY. LEEDYJ Stage Li Leaves Malta every Monday morning for Baeth, Leedy, and the Missouri river country. Leave parcels and express at J. F. Kilduff store. C.. E. BOUCHER. If you want to sell your farm or relinquish- # ment we can get you money. If you have land trou bles make them known. We can help you. If you want any legal business attended to TALK TO Kramer & Warner OFFICE IN First State Bank Building Malta, Mont. ELEMENTS INTERFERE Storm Causes Lull SUFFERING IN TRENCHES Wind and Rain on Land and Heavy Sale Rages at Sea. London, Nov. 16.-After four weeks of most desperate fighting there is a lull in the battle in Flanders. With this lull, however, has come little re lief for the men in the trenches, as the artillery and rifle fire, to which they have been subjected with hardly any intermission, has been replaced by one of those severe storms which so often accompany November in this latitude. In some parts of England the storm has reached the proportions of a bliz zard; on the sea a neaVy gale rages and the battlefields are getting their full share of wind and rain. For the most part the opposing armies have been content to shell each other at long range, but the Germans have made several attacks around Ypres, which, according to the French general staff, have been repulsed with heavy losses. Despite these losses it is not be lieved the Germans have any inten tion of giving up their attempt to reach the French coast and the allies are making elaborate preparations to block any further advance in force. The Germans report they have tak an a few hundred British and French prisoners, but that the unfavorable weather has impeded their progress. Concerning the fighting around Dix mude the public must rely on unoffi cial reports. Dixmude Is Death Trap. Here, it is said, the Germans are finding the destroyed village a death trap. They have been unable to de bouch from this point in the daytime, as all the approaches are commanded by the allies' guns, and night attacks have met with disaster. The Germans are turning Belgium into a fortress, which means that if they do not succeed in advancing they intend to be prepared for a winter in Belgium. The whole coast from Os tend to the Dutch border has been placed in a state of defense. Fighting continues in East Prussia and other regions in the eastern arena between the Russians and the (ler mans and Austrians. but without any decisive result, according to the Ber lin official statement. A battle of some proportions is go ing on between the Russians and Turks at Koprukeui, in the Caucasus, the result of which may have a mark ed effect on the war in that part of the world. England, it is announced, has no in tention of undertaking any military or war operations in Arabia, except for the protection of Arab interests against Turkish or other aggression or in support of attempts by the Arabs to free themselves from Turkish rule. Bulgaria also has set at rest the re port that she had an agreement with Turkey and has issued a statement that no such agreement exists. The Servians and .Montenegrins, who started out to invade Bosnia and Herzegovina and at one time were ap proaching the Bosnian capital of Sara Jevo, are now back in their own ter ritory. Officials Expect Much of New Reserve Banks. SYSTEM NOW IN OPERATION Dozen Institutions, With Most Re markable Powers Ever Granted Such Concerns by the United States Gov. ernment, Begin Business in as Many Cities of the Country. Washington, Nov. 17.-Financial panics in the United States are a thing of the past. This was the posi tion taken by Secretary of the Treas ury McAdoo and members of the fed eral reserve board. Their advices from the twelve cities In which the new federal reserve banks threw open their doors for the first time Indicated that every prepa ration had been made for good work by these Institutions. Through them the federal reserve board believes it will be able to ad just, modify and alter the finances of the country so that a financial panic with its resultant disaster will be im possible hereafter. The new regional banks opened ac cording to a set program. Not all had permanent quarters and some were doing business with borrowed staffs. No Extra Cost Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is not a contributor to the increased cost of living. Its price has not advanced, although there has been a great increase in the cost of cream of tartar, from which it is made Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder makes the finest and most wholesome food and is most economical in practical use. CR BAKING JWDER Made from Pure, Grape Cream of Tartar NO ALUM Will Keep Money Moving. But they were started out with the most remarkable powers of any banks ever established in the United States and they will, the officers here de clare, so manipulate the national finances that there will always be a flowing stream of currency moving steadily from point to point in the country, so that hereafter the so called Wall street banks, with their "big city" connections, cannot corner the supply and so force the rural banks to pay high premiums for need ed cash. It is also declared that with the new banks in existence there is pos sible for the first time in the United States a definition of what is really commercial paper. The operations of ý ý111111IIIIIIIlltltll lill lIIIIIIIIIIIII I llI lttI tllllllllIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlititl ltliiIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIill Illlylli/j Motor Inn Garage The New, Cement, Strictly Fire-Proof Building. We want you to call on us I at all times when in need of any kind 5 of repair work or auto accessories. We will carry a full line of these Goods, as well as all kinds of Oils and Greases. Nothing but First-class work turned out, and a' PRICES THAT ARE RIGHT. Remember competent men on your car, and have it stored where it is absolutely safe. Shady 6 LeVesconte THE BEST IN AUTO SUPPLIES ýýIN11II I NIINilli 1III 11il 1illilH 1illllIIIINNillHIIIIIIlIN tlimilt lil lllllllllllHililllltSIIIII IIIIltl NIIIIIIGIIIN ItilNillitl the reserve board and the operations of the banks they control, will, it is claimed, legitinmatize commercial transactions and clear up much that in the past has been debatable ground between the banker and the legitimate borrower. SERVIANS CHECK AUSTRIANS Snow and Rain Play Important Part in Operations. London, Nov. 16.-The Rome corre spondent of the Exchange Telegraph company sends the following dispatch, dated Saturday: "An official communication issued in Vienna admits the Austrian troops Which are invading Servia have met fierce, resistance at Valjevo, which they have not succeeded in overcom ing. The fighting is rendered espe. cially difficult by snow and rain, which impedes the transportation of artil lery. "Along the River Save the Austrians are making progress. They have reached the Servian line, which ex tends from Skala to Koceijeva and thence to the Drina river." Latrobe, Pa., Nov. 17.-Anthony Tromberg, injured when a bomb was exploded and five persons killed at Superior, near here, is dead. Others of the injured are said to be in a critical condition. A force of con stabulary arrived and began searching the country for the Black Hand gang believed to be responsible for the ex plosion.