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OF GLASGOW, MONTANA ********** L. P. EVANS Attorney-at-Law ********** * * * * * * ********(**** * NIFTY TAILOR SHOP * ¥ J. E. Hollenbeck, Prop. * ¥ FRENCH DRY CLEANING ¥ ¥ PRESSING AND REPAIRING » ¥ Telephone 155 * ¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥!¥¥¥¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ********** Bring Yonr Job Work to THE COURIER ¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥ ¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥ ¥ * ¥ When in Glasgow Stop at the ¥ * BURKE HOTEL * ¥ W. S. Griffith, Prop. * ¥ * ****** ¥¥¥¥¥¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥ ¥ » * "WOODLEY DID IT" * * Sign Painter and Decorator * ¥ Office: Basement of Orpheum ¥ ¥ * ¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥ ¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥ ¥ * ELMER JOHNSON * Plumbing and Heating ¥ Phone 148 ¥ ¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥ ¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥ * OSCAR HOLMSTROM * ¥ Contracting Plasterer ¥ ¥ All Kinds Plaster & Mason Work ¥ ¥ First Class Work Guaranteed ¥ * Address, Rapp Rooming House ¥ ¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥ ¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥ ¥ ¥ * DR. F. A. 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Mamanas * ¥ First Class Shoe Repairing and * ¥ Shoe Shining * ¥ 327 First Avenue South * * Near Gibson Opera House * ************ ¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥)¥¥¥¥ * H. STOREBO * ¥ Plumbing and Heating * ¥ Estimates Furnished and Work ¥ ¥ Guaranteed Satisfactory. ¥ ¥ Phone 196 * ¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥•¥¥¥ ¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥ * DR. CORA PIPPENGER * ¥ Osteopathic Physician ¥ ¥ Graduate of American School of ¥ # Osteopathy, Kirksville, Mo. Office ¥ ¥ and Residence, Southwest corner ¥ ¥ Sixth and Chestnut Streets. ¥ ¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥ *********** ¥ M. Chester, Havre, Mont... » PIANO TUNER ¥ Seven Years Experience. Coun- ¥ ¥ try Trade Solicited. * ¥ See * ¥ W. B. Shoemaker, Local Agent ¥ ¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥ ¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥ THE ELK LIVERY Clarence Hall, Prop. Feed and Sale Stable Auto Livery in Connection Phone 6 ¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥ ¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥ ¥ Office of * * H. J. ADDEN & O. P. HOVIND ¥ ¥ Land Office Building ¥ ¥ Abstracts of Title * ¥ Real Estate Loans ¥ ¥ Blue Prints and Township Plats ¥ ¥ Phone 50-R * ************ * * ¥ * ¥ ¥ * * * ¥ ¥ * ¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥¥ * WESTERN REALTY CO. * V Real Estate * ¥ Farm and City Property ¥ ¥ Agents for Citizens and Home ¥ ¥ Underwriters. Fire and Auto In- ¥ ¥ surance. Office: Willis Building ¥ * 2nd Ave. South. Phone 50-W ¥ ************ ¥ ¥ ¥ * * ¥ In * * ****¥¥¥¥¥¥ ¥ ¥ THE BANK CAFE * First Class Eating Place * of Glasgow ¥ New First National Bank Building. Phone 154 *******¥¥¥*¥ * * ¥ ¥ * ¥ ¥ ********** CARL C. SMITH Interior Decorator of Churches Public Buildings, Etc. POPLAR, - MONT. ********** ************ * ANNOUNCEMENT ¥ For the Best Service in the Tail ¥ oring Line, go to * MR. S. ADAMS ¥ at 221, So. 5th St^-Tel. 173R ¥ Expert Tailor, Dyer and Furrier ¥ Suits Made to Order. ¥ ALL WORK GUARANTEED ************ NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING Of Stockholders of the Rundle Land and Abstract Company to Consider Increase of Stock. State of Montana, County of Valley, ss. Office of the Rundle Land and Ab stract Company. I Notice is hereby given that pursu-, ant to a resolution of the Board of Directors of the Rundle Land and Abstract Company at a meeting this day held, a special meeting of the tockholders of the Rundle Land and Abstract Company, a corporation or ranized and existing under the laws of the State of Montana, will be held at its office in the City of Glasgow, County of Valley, and State of Mon tana, on the Fourth day of October A. D. 1915, at the hour of ten A. M for the purpose of voting upon and determining the following questions, to-wit: To increase the capital stock of the Rundle Land and Abstract Company, from Twenty-flve Thous and Dollars, divided into two hundred fifty shares of the par value of $100.00 each, to Seventy-five Thousand Dol lars, divided into seven hundred fifty shares of the par value of $100.00 ^ich, and to transact any other or further business in connection there with. Glasgow, Montana, August 19th, 1915. Sidney J. Rundle W. F. Shannon Marvin Browning Jesse Hoke Margaret Halverson. Being \ all of the Directors of Run dle Land and Abstract Company. 16t6 * ¥ ¥ * ¥ ¥ * * * ¥ ¥ ¥ NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE In the District Court of the Seven teenth Judicial District of the State of Montana, in and for the County of Valley. MILK RIVER VALLEY BANK, A Corporation, Plaintiff, vs. ALEX F. STEVENS. J. I. LEBERT and K. H. KEITH, Defendants. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That in pursuance to an order of sale is sued out of the above entitled court on the 31st day of August, 1915, I will sell to the highest bidder for cash at Sheriff's Sale on the 23rd day of September, 1915, at the hour of ten minutes past ten o'clock A. M., at the front (north) door of the court house in the City of Glasgow, Valley Coun ty, Montana, the following described property, to-wit: Lot three of section thirty, town ship twenty-seven. North of Range 'orty-two, East Montana Meridian, and the south half of the northeast quarter, northeast quarter of the southeast quarter of section North of Range forty one, East Mon tana Meridian. Dated at Glasgow, Montana, this 31st day of August. 1915. C. W. POWELL, Sheriff. By H. J. LANDRE. 18t3 Under-Sheriff. ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ * * ¥ ¥ * ¥ * ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE In the District Court of the Seven teenth Judicial District of the State of Montana, in and for the County of Valley. MILK RIVER VALLEY BANK, A Corporation, Plaintiff, vs. EDWARD ASCHBRENNER, MIN NEAPOLIS THRESHING MACHINE COMPANY. A Corporation, T. E. O. PRITCHARD and C. C. SHEPARD, Defendants. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That in pursuance to an order of sale is sued out of the above entitled court on the 31st day of August, 1915, I will sell to the highest bidder for cash at Sheriff's Sale r.i the 23rd day of September, 1915, at the hour of ten o'clock A. M., at the front (north) door of the court house in the City of Glasgow, Valley County, Montana, the following described property, to wit: I South half of section thirty three,! in township' thirty North of Range, numbered thirty nine East Montana ! Meridian .containing three hundred j l wenty acres. Dated at Glasgow, Montana, this 31st day of August. 1915. C. W. POWELL. Sheriff. By H. J. LANDRE. 18t3 Under-Sheriff. I. I'. It NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION | a I To Be Held Within and For the City. f Glasgow, on Monday, the | Fourth day of October, 1915. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a special election has been called, (and will be held within and for the City t of Glasgow, on Monday, the fourth •'-»); day of October, 1915) for the purpose of submitting to the electors qualified to vote at said election, the question of creating an indebtedness for and on behalf of said city in the sum '-f Eight een Thousand Dollars ($18,000.) which sum, added to the present ex isting indebtedness of said City of i Glasgow, is less than thirteen per cent of the assessed valuation of the tax-1. able property situated in said city j and which said sum of Eighteen Thousand Dollars ($18,000.00) added to the present existing indebtedness of said city, but excluding therefrom 1 the indebtedness of said city incurred for the purpose of constructing and securing a water plant, water system and water suoply for said city, which said indebtedness incurred for 1the purposf of securing a water plant, water system, and water supply for said cit.v is whollv within the ten ner j cent additional 'limit of indebtedness prescribed by law and no part of which is within or effects the three. per cent limit fixed by law, is not in the aggregate in excess of the three per cent limit fixed by law and the is-1 suance and sale of bonds of said city ; in said sum of Eighteen Thousand Dol- : lars ($18,000.00) as evidence of said indebtedness, to obtain money with which to enlarge and improve the Electric Light Plant of said city of Glasgow to supply said city of Glas gow with electric current sufficient for its present demands for power and light. Said bonds shall be in denominations of One Hundred Dollars, (100.00) each or some multiple thereof and bearing interest at a rate not to exceed six per cent per annum payable semi- j I annually shall be payable in not to exceed twenty years from the date of issuance and redeemable at the op- ( tion of said city in the time and man for r the ° rdin ? nce PTu'u* ads for the issuance thereof, and shall be in such form as may be prescribed hereafter by ordinance. Polling places will open at 8 o'clock a. m. of said day and continue open until 6 o'clock p. m. of said day. Polling Places for said election have been fixed as follows: First Ward—Back Room Methodist Church (Lots 34-35 Blk. 66). Second Ward—Friedl's Old Tailor Shop (Lot 2 Block 7). Dated this 17th dav of Julv. 1915. P. E. KENT, Mayor. Attest: H. D. PALMER, City Clerk. I7t4 I No. 8655. KEPORTOF THE CONDITIO!* O* The Glasgow National Bank, at Glasgow, in the State of Montana, at the close of business. Sept. 2, 1915. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts Overdrafts, unsecured U. S». Komis deposited to secure circulation (par value) IT. S. Kouds pledged to secure postal savings deposits (par value) Securities othpr than I T . S. ltonds(not including stocks) owned unpledg ed ; Subscription to stock of Federal Reserve Kank Less amount unpaid .. . Ranking House Furniture and Fixtures Due from Federal Re serve Rank Due from approved re serve agents in New York. Chicago and St. Louis Due from approved re serve agents In other reserve cities Due from banks and bankers (other than above) Checks on banks in the same cit.v or town as re portingbank Outside checks and other cash items Fractional Currency nickels and cents Notes of other national banks Lawful money reserve in bank: Total coin and certi ficates Legal-tender notes Redemption fund with IT. S. Treasurer (not move than 5 per cent, of circulation) Total 1336,543 74 160 03 1,000 I» 7.500 00 2.740 02 2.740 03 * * * * 1,800 00 '.100 00 000 00 17.500 00 2.500 00 12,41« 37 12,622 60 550 56 70 10 a 10,026 55 SO 00 325 00 »309,711 04 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in. t 25.000 00 Surplus fund 5,000 00 $30,000 00 Undivided profits 23.111 HS Reserved for taxes 3.000 00 Reserved for In terest 6,000 00 32,111 88 Less current expenses. interest, and taxes paid 2.161 92 29.049 96 Circulating notes. Due to banks and bank ers (other than includ ed in 5 or 6) 32.499 60 Demand Deposits: Individual deposits sub ject to check 101,498 13 Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days 47,830 44 6.500 00 Certified checks.. Postal savings deposits Time Deposits (payable after 30 days, or subject to 30 days or more no tice) Certificates of deposit . Uther time deposits Kills payable, including obligations represent ing money borrowed . 295 00 272 93 50.742 SO 133 IH 50,374 98 10,000 00 $309.711 04 I m.,n« 0 ,T,»T„ CO-OPERATION IN THRESHING ! By Prof. Thos. Shaw j the Total State of Montana. I County of Valley. I I. C .1). Arnot. Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the ab >ve state ment is true to the liest of my knowledge and belief. C. D. ARNOT, Cashier. Su bscribed and sworn to before me tills 9th day of Sept.. 1015. CLYDE V PENCE. Notary Public. Correct—Attest I. E. ARNOT (IKO. E. HI'RD V Directors. I'. P. SHELDON As threshing is no wdone in the West it is too costly. The common method is to hire a'machine that pro vides its own threshing crew. Payment is made on the bushel or sack basis according to the locality. This may be | a very convenient way of getting the I work done, but it is too costly. In the f ar west wheer the wheat is sacked, | th e cost of threshing and of the sack taken together is about 13 cents per bushel, never less than 12 cents. In t h e Dakotas and Montana it is equally dear relatively, except that it is not tu« sacked. This is a tribute which t farmer cannot well acord to pay when p r i C çs pa jd for wheat rule low, an( j w h e n there is a long haul to mar ket the gram. i But there is another objection to the present syste m. When the crop , j very abundant the present system does not provide a sufficient number 0 f machines to do the work with suffi dent timelinesS) muc h of the un 1 . _ , „• »tacked grain must remain many weeks in the shock before it can be threshed. Where stacking is not much prac tj c ed this leads to loss, and when weather turns adverse as it some c . . ja * times does, the loss is increased. j such times the charges for threshing are a j so increased. This does not necessarily that the thresher * „ . qVi1v plunders the farmer. It l p y true that very few threshermen make is-1 r ; c y, ft does mean that the wis ; d<jm f doi n the threshin g with : * , virtually hobo labor is to be ques tioned. Surely there is a better way. Wou , d it not ^ a good pj an to let of __ the wheels of progress go backwad to be Classified Business Locals Rate one cent per word for each insertion. Count six words to the Two nice rooms for rent, furnished for light housekeeping. Inquire at Courier office. 18tlCR line. Minimum charge for one inser tion 20 cents. Telephone Courier want ads to No. 44 before Friday noon of For Sale or Trade—L. C. Smith and Royal typewriter. Inquire at Cole man Hotel. 18tf Lost—Hunting case, watch and fob. Fob has pearl mounting of horse head, stirrup and quirt. Finder return to Courier office for reward. 18tf * Will give 50 cents to some en- * * terprising boy for a sack of old * * cotton rags. Rags must be clean. * * THE COURIER * a little to prepare the way for old time practice ? Why would it not be a good plan for several farmers to combine and purchase a threshing outfit tw do their own work? The number who may thus combine will be gauged by the size of the farms. Usually the co-operative plan would embrace from three to six farmers. One of the num ber would probably own an engine used in plowing that could be used, also in running the grain separator. These farmers could buy a machine smaller and less expensive than the giant machines now in use. Such a machine would not work so quickly as the other. On the other hand it would be less expensive to operate and it would also be less costly. Think of the advantages that would i follow! The farmers themselves | could provide all the labor including that of both teams and men. They could begin threshing whenever they so decided. They could prosecute the work until it was all completed. Should the weather prove adverse, serious loss need not result, for those farmers would be in a position to com plete the work at the earliest date possible. As diversity in farming progresses, the need for such a system will be come more pressing as the difficulties from maintaining the present system will manifestly increase. Jn farm ing the truth will hold good as in other things, that a penny saved is penny gained. ACCOMMODATIONS AT FAIR Helena, September 9th.—In order to provide rooming accommodations for visitors at the Montana State Fair, the Helena Commercial Club has or ganized a rooming bureau which will be conducted at the club's offices in LOOP THE LOOP AVIATOR SIGNED UP TO FLY AT MONTANA STATE FAIR ? «anaux* De Lloyd Thompson of Chicago, one of the most famous aviators in the world, will fly at the Montana State Fair. Thompson's contract reads that he must loop the loop, fly upside down, and do the tumble flight or get no pay. Thompson so far is the only airman who has looped the loop and flew up side down in Montana. Early in July he visited Butte with Barney Oldfield. His feats in the air at that time won (or him the admiration and applause each week, and Bame will have ear» ful attention. If notice is sent toy mail be sure to specify the number of insertions desired. Wanted to Buy—A second hand bug gy.—Mrs. B. Buller. 18t£ Duroc Jersey Pigs for sale—Full bloods and grades at reasonable prices.—Z. J. Foust, Glasgow Mon tana. 12tf Ladies—You can get the latest de signs in engraved stationery and cards at the Courier office. We guarantee to please you. tf Taken Up—Pure white Gelding, six years old. Weight about 900 pounds* branded (Three legged milk stool) on left hip and J on right shoulder. Owner can find whereabouts of this horse by inquiring at the Courier. 17t4 the Kohr's Block in Helena, "At the Sign of the Red Arrow." Lists will be made of all available rooms in Helena and people will be directed to suitable places on appli cation at the Commercial Cldb offices, which adjoin those of the state fair down-town offices. Red arrow signs over the city will direct visitors to the rooming bureau. Rooms can be reserved in advance by addressing the Helena Commercial Club and making a reasonable deposit. Helena merchants have decided to close Wednesday and Thursday after noons. They will keep open every night. A special committee will pro vide down-town amusements and it is planned that several large outdoor i (j ance pavilions will be erected on | Main Street by private concerns, AUCTION SALE AT FAIR Helena, Sept. 9th.—Catalogs for the livestock auction sale at the Mon tana State Fair are being mailed from Bozeman by Lester H. Thompson of that city, who is superintendent and sales manager of the state fair auc tion sales. The Shorthorn sale will take place Thursday, September 23; the Here ford sale Friday, September 24th; the hog sale starts Wednesday, Septem ber 22nd; and the horse sale on Sat urday, September 25th. Harry L. Summers and John F. Col lett of Bozeman will call the sales. R. R. Dodderidge of Bozeman, will be clerk and is supplying catalogs to those who make requests. That the stock exhibits will out distance any previous showing is pro mised by cattle breeders of the state, who will be on hand with increased entries for 1915. of the entire population of the Mon tana metropolis. It was his flight there that secured for him his engagement at the Mon tana State Fair, Sept. 20-25. The man agement of that institution had pre \iously refused to engage various avi ators who promised to loop the loop, hut who did not want the contract to call for "loop or no pay." The engagement of Thompson gives the 1915 Montana State Fair the fin est program of attractions it has ever had, and superior to that of any other fair In the country.