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Bp ORA F. McINTYRE Items Should Be Sent to the Society Editor Not Later Than Thursday At 10:00 A.M. Fetterman—Easton. Miss Mary Easton and John W. Fetterman, both of _ Saco, Montana, were united in marriage on Wednes day afternoon at the Methodist par sonage, by the Rev. R. H. Stone. .They were accompanied by Miss Mxnnick of Glasgow. Mr. and Mrs. Fetterman will make their home in Saco. Congregational Ladies' Aid. Mrs. E. D. Button and Mrs. D. S. Williams were hostesses on Wednes day at the home of Mrs. Button to the members of the Congregational Lad ies' aid and friends of the organization. A large crowd partook of the excellent supper which the ladies had provided, and all enjoyed the social hour which these delightful occasions afford. Call—Bain. . The wedding of Miss Hazel V. Bain and Cleo C. Call both of Poplar, Mon tana, occurred at six o'clock on Mon day evening, at the Methodist parson age, Rev. R. H. Stone officiating. They were accompanied by a sister of the bride Miss Laura Bain and Roy Hise of Poplar. Mr. and Mrs. Call will make their home on a homestead north of Poplar. Mrs. S. L. Rugg Entertains. Mrs. S. L. Rugg delightfully enter tained the Boy Scouts who so kindly assisted her in the work of the sal vage department of the Red Cross at her home on Saturday afternoon. Games and delicious ice cream and cake made the occasion one long to be remembered by the boys. Those pres ent were: Carl Wedum, Herbert Feidl, Milton Dawson, Edbert Aunne, Glenn Henry and Gerald Parsons. Farewell Reception. A farewell reception was given on Friday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. John Frazer and family at the FORMALDEHYDE GOPHER POISON Strictly Fresh and Full Strength. GLASGOW DRUG COMPANY C. H. ACKERMANN, Mgr. Save time and money—Come here first for your drug wants We have them Emporium Dry Goods Company If you wanted a Corset you women naturally go to a Women's Store. The Em porium is strictly a Women's and Children's Store and carries everything in Wo men's and Children's Fur nishings. In the Corset line, three well known brands are always to be had: The La Camille front-laced, The Henderson and the Nemo. A big line of Brassiers is al ways carried in stock. S MINI! MARINELLO BEAUTY PARLOR Marinello Goods for Sale MXNXNXNXNXHXNXHXHXIIXNXIIXHSHXHSMXHXHXHXMXHXHXHXHXHXHXHXHXMXHXHXJIXNXHXHXHXHXNX Methodist church. The Epworth league had charge of the program, which in cluded, piano solos by Mrs. Harold Schweighert, Miss Virginia Herrling er, vocal solo by C. W. Kampher and Miss Hazel Hurd, and addresses by Rev. R. H. Stone and H. J. Adden. Miss Ruth Herren responded to the addresses in a very able and pleasing manner. Benefit Supper. The supper given by the Ladies' Aid society of the Methodist church, for the benefit of the Red Cross on Tues day evening was well patronized, so much so that the ladies were unable to serve all who attended. However the Red Cross will realize something over $46.00 from the proceeds of their efforts. The different members of the aid assisted in the serving. During the afternoon the ladies held their regular business and social ses sion of the aid. Entertainment by Juniors. The children and patrons of the Cain school last week donated the sum of $36.50 to the Red Cross, this being the proceeds of the entertain ment and dance given at the Cain ranch near Tampico. The junior aux iliary dues of the Cain school were also paid from the proceeds of this enter tainment. The children of this school have knitted a number of articles for the Red Cross, ampng them three sweaters, several pairs of wristlets, afghan squares and bath mitts. War Kitchen to be Started. The Women's Patriotic association is planning to conduct a war kitchen this summer, with the idea of conser vation of food, and assisting in the maintenance of the Red Cross. J. W. Wedum has very kindly do nated the rooms back of the Ortzman Tailor shop for this purpose, and will also donate lineoleum for the floors. The kitchen will be repainted in white and will present a very sanitary ap pearance. Vegetables and various kinds of fruits will be preserved and placed on display for sale for the benefit of the Red Cross. Play and Dance The play entitled "The Deestrick Skule,' 'given at the Cornwell school house as a Red Cross benefit on Sat urday evening, was a decided success. It was under the able management ot Miss Drager, and well known ranch ers and farmers took prominent parts. The play which is an old favor'te, was fun provoking from start to fin ish, and was enacted with a zeal on the part of the pupils which delighted their large audience. By special re quest Miss Drager gave several read ings, which were greatly appreciated. Refreshments were served , after which dancing was enjoyed. Gustafsson—Spurgeon. A quiet wedding took place on Sat urday, June 1, at 10:00 a. m., when Miss Alice F. Spurgeon of Cedar Rap ids, Iowa, was united in marriage to Otto R. Gustafsson of Glasgow, at the Methodist parsonage, by the Rev. R. H. Stone. Those in attendance were Miss Lois Payne, Miss Iva Jean Bullock and Charles M. Goodrich. The young couple were the recipients of a handsome silver set from the at taches and proprietor of the Courier as a wedding present. The bride is a stranger in Glas gow, having resided in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, engaging in newspaper work. The groom has been for some months past employed as linotype operator for the Courier, and since coming to Glasgow has won many friends. Mr. and Mrs. Gustafsson will make their home in this city. _. 1 R. Hallauer's. OSSETTE ITEMS. Fields are getting green winter still hangs around. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Anderson are sporting a new Ford, as are also the Mrs. John Gulsley has been on the sick list the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Toeurs are the proud parents of a baby boy that arrived May 8, 1918. R. Hallauer returned last Wednes day from Kansas, where he had been I the last two weeks. Miss Lucy Green, who has been vis 1 iting the Hallauer's returned to her i home at Cleveland, Ohio, last week, i Rev. Van Orsdel presided at a meet ! ing held at the Ossette schoolhouse j May 20, 1918 and delivered an inter esting sermon and also held commun ! ion services. A goodly number were 1 present and enjoyed the evening. , F. W. Miner and F. R. Kinsella j were in Scobey last week on busi ness. ] Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Neweomb re. : turned to Lake Stevens, Wash., after j speding three weeks on their home i stead putting in their crop. Î J. W. Droz is back at his work as I mail clerk on the Scobey branch of the Great Northern. ! M. E. Seaton, proprietor of the Os ' sette Mercantile company has bought j an old model Ford, which he will trans form into a truck and do his own I freighting from Scobey. J Little Velma Spangler is on the sick ! list this week. I The Ladies club and Red Cross aux iliary met at the home of Mrs. F. W. Miner Thursday, May 23. A special Red Cross collection was taken, some members renewing their membership, and others joining. Elizabeth and Frederick Droge, Max, Boy and Mar jorie Miner became members of the junior Red Cross. It_ was planned to commence work again as the bus iest spring work is over and the lad ies will have more time to devote to Red Cross sewing and knitting. Light refreshments were served at the close of the meeting. Merely a Natter of the Right Store The good things of this world are usually hard to obtain and difficult to possess; but in clothes it is merely a matter of the right store. We gladly assume this responsibility because we have dependable merchandise— KUPPENHEMER CLOTHES clothes that we have selected as offering the ut most in fabric, fashion and fit, only after inspect ing and comparing the product of practically every reputable clothes-maker in America. Their superiority is strikingly evident in spring and summer suits—offering a latitude of fabrics, patterns and styles painstakingly tailored to satisfy men of all tastes. $25 t0 $40 Copyrlfht 1918 The House of Kuppenhtimw Le wis-Wedum Company Department Store m 111 Classified Business Locals Rates: One Cent a word for each insertion. Minimum charge, 25c. Name and address count as part of ad. Forms close Thursday night. FOR SALE—Eight room house. Call at 608 1st ave. north 51-tf FOUND—Yale key, No. 18690. at Courier office. Call 6-tf FO RRENT—Five room modern fur nished house, 540 Fourth Ave. So. 6-lt-c FOR SALE—A limited quantity of pure grim alfalfa seed at reason able prices. Inquire Fuller Motor Co., Glasgow, Mont. 3-tf-c LOST—Crank for Hudson super six car. $1.00 reward. Return to Cour ier office. 4-tf FOR SALE—Good gentle cow. Also new Woodstock typewriter. Both bargains. Inquire at Courier office. 3-tf SOLICITOR WANTED—Lady or gen tleman. Liberal salary. Glasgow Photo Studio. 50-tf-c 1 ! FOR SALE—$600 piano for $200. On payments or for cash. Inquire at Courier. 3-tf FOR SALE—Grey reed baby car riage. Inquire at 511 6th Ave. S. FOUND—One automobil» tire and chain. Owner may have same by calling at Courier office and paying for ad. 52-tf 7H& THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford Model T One-Ton Truck Chassis has been thoroughly tested for more than two years. It is sold you now in the assured confidence that it will meet your requirements and expectations. The regular Ford frame, only larger and heavier, the regular Ford motor with direct driven worm gear; wheel base of 124 inches and will turn-inside a 46-foot circle. It has all the simplicity of the Ford car, all the economy in operation and main tenance. Come in and we'll give you further de tails. Grossman Motor Co. , LOST—Dark silk striped skirt. Re ward for return to Mrs. H. P. Sisk, Baylor, Mont., or leave at Courier office. 6-ltp FOOTBALL GAMES BOOKED FOR MONTANA GRIZZLIES The state university of Montana football team will play a full schedule of games noxt autumn, despite the inroads that war has made on avail Prestbye, manager A. S. U. M. who able material, according to Emin C. Montana during the coming season, announces the following schedule for October 12—Montana vs. Idaho at Moscow, Idaho. October 19—To be announced later. October 26—Montana vs. Whitman at Missoula. November 2—Montana vs. Utah Ag gies at Logan, Utah. November 9—Montana vs. Montana State college at Bozeman, Montana. November 16—To be announced lat November 23—Montana vs. Wash ington State college at Missoula. for $30,000. Libby—Large mines being bonded. Lincoln county properties of magni tude due for re-opening on extensive scale, is report. American smelting & Refining Co., takes over Snowshoe property. Greenough interests se cure bond on silver crown holdings near Libby. Porcupine group bonded IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SEVENTEENTH JUDICIAL DIS TRICT OF THE STATE OF MON TANA, IN AND FOR THE COUN TY OF VALLEY. Saco Mercantile Company, a Corpora tion, Plaintiff vs. Frederick E. Barton, Ida Barton, J. H. Furchtbar and Rogers Templeton Lumber Company. Defendants. Notice of Sheriff's Sale. Notice is hereby given that by vir tue of an order of sale issued out of the above entitled court I will sell on the 29th day of June, 1918, at the hour of two o'clock p. m., of said day to the highest bidder for cash at pub lic auction, at the front door of the court house in the city of Glasgow, county of Valley, state of Montana, the following described property to wit: North half of the northeast quarter, DON'T THROW THAT OLD TIRE AWAY—HOOVERIZE Go to the Glasgow Vulcanizing Co. and Have it Half Soled at One-Half Price of New Casing Guaranteed 3,500 Miles Next Door to PostofFice Glasgow, Montana Deeded Land Bargains Partial Listing of Lands Controlled by the Humphrey Land & Loan Co. Glasgow, Montana No. 15. 856 acres IV2 miles west of Nashua, all fenced, 223 acres cultivated, (has been) 45 now under cultivation, 73 acres tame grass, log buildings, 80 acres under irrigation project, (Milk River). This is one of the best farms in the Milk River Valley, close to school, and market- Price per acre $35.00. Cash and terms. No. 17. West Vif southwest Vi» section 26, northeast 14 and east V* southeast Vi. section 27, township 28 north range 41. 320 acres, 100 acres under the plow, frame house, granary, barn all fenced, good well. 2Vfc miles from school and town. Price $5000-00, part cash and terms. No. 20. Southeast y±, section 35, township 29, North Range 42.160 acres, 70 acres under cultivation, good well, frame house, barn, well. Incumbrance $1,000, which pur chaser would assume. Price less incumbrance $3,000. One half cash, balance terms. No. 21. East 1/2, northwest 14, and west V2, northeast 1/4, section 36, towpship 29, North Range 42. 160 acres, improvements, frame house, barn, 55 acres cultivated, pasture, 4 miles from school, well, 12 miles from Nashua, on main road, nearly all tillable. Incumbrance of $1,100, which purchaser would assume, price less incumbrance, $2,900.00 No. 25. Southwest 14, section 13, township 27, North Range 41. 160 acres, 21/2 miles south of Nashua. 150 acres under cultivation, small house, barn, all fenced, fine farm, close to school, level, one of the finest grain farms in the South Bench. Price per acre $35.00. Terms can be arranged for part. (nV 2 ne Vi ) southeast quarter of the northeast quarter, (se % ne Vi) and the northeast quarter of the south east qparter, (ne Vi se Vi) section fifteen (15), township thirty-one (31) north of range thirty-six (36) east Montana meridian, Valley county, Montana. Dated this 1st day of June, 1918. C. W. POWELL, 6-4t Sheriff. TAKEN UP. One pair of geldings with no brands. Owner may have same by calling at our stables paying for ad vertising and feed of same. Elk liv ery barn, Glasgow, Montana. 48-tf Missoula—Montana valleys vlill push claims. Citizens of Flathead and Blackfood sections will go to Washing ton. Want water and railroad. Prom ise 100,000 acres of wheat if they are give nencouragement.