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Local Brevities Newa in and About Town Mrs. Billie Davis of Scobey was Mrs. Bruce Woods of Bainville spent here the fore part of the week visit- a few days here the latter part of ing her sister, Mrs. George Alsop. last week visiting friends. The Element of Safety in making investments is always of supreme importance. The safety of our Certificates of Deposit is assured through our recognized financial responsibility. In addition they net a reasonable interest re turn, and are quickly convertible into cash, should occasion demand. They represent a form of investment de servedly popular among conservative people More detailed information furnished upon request. The Glasgow National Bank Complete Complexions From the first washing of the face with a pure wholesome skin preserving soap to the final dusting with a nice talcum or face powder. Complete complexions are at your option. It is only a question of buying the best toilet supplies from the best of drug stores and at the fairest of prices. Hall Drug Co. . Farmers Attention On and after April 15th we will buy your cream in any quantity at any time and will pay you the highest market price for same. Bring your cream to us instead of shipping it and receive cash for same. # GLASGOW CASH GROCERY The last payment on FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN is due and payable January 30,1919. Interest due according to the government plan of payment is 37c for each $50.00 Twenty-seven Years on Front Street Glasgbw, Montana HRST NATIONAL BANK Glasgow, Montana R VIC L WET SE Y The Log House, insurance and real estate. Orval E. Mason, Mgr. S. E. Feezell was down from Baylor Tuesday. Adolf Hauge was here from Wolf Point Tuesday. Zeland Jones of Tande- was in the city Wednesday. Joe Whetstone was down from Op heim Wednesday. C. D. Arnot was in the eitv from his ranch Tuesday. John Linderman was down from Glentana yesterday. Mrs. Ed Byrum was in the city from Lismas yesterday. T. O. Hammond of Helena was here : on business yesterday. ' H. 0. Morgan of Glentana was here on business yesterday. | George E. Stratton was here from Malta on business Tuesday. John Allen of Helena transacted business here Wednesday. Harry Wright of Tampico transact ed business here Monday. J. R.Owings of Frazer transacted business here Wednesday. L. V. Lockwood came down from . Helena yesterday morning. Miss Helen Gunderson of Malta was a Glasgow visitor yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kamla returned to Scobey Tuesday morning. Mayor Sampson of Nashua trans acted business here yesterday. J. P. Mclntyre was down from Great Falls the fore part of the week. State Game Warden Jake De Hart was a Glasgow caller yesterday.. Mrs. Gertrude Scoville of Nashua was a Glasgow visitor yesterday. C. E. Peterson returned from Boulder Springs yesterday morning. Mrs. Joseph Carroll was down from Glentana the fore part of the week. Ed Locken was down from Baylor on business the fore part of the week. Alfred Lee, the Nashua hardware merchant, was here on business yes terday. Noah Mann, editor of the Oswego Reporter, was here on business yes terday. Do you want to sell your land? If so list it with us now in time to have it advertised in our new folder. Run die Land & Abstract Co. 45-tf-c Mrs. Spike Harvey is in receipt of a cable stating that her husband has sailed for home. Miss Virginia Herlinger of Great Falls is visiting her - sister, Mrs. H. W. Magruder. , Fred Gerwin of Malta lost his life last week as the result of drowning in the Nelson reservoir. Malta defeated Chinook in a fast game of baseball played at Malta last Sunday by a score of 7 to 6. Is your house insured? If not, see the Otto M. Christinson Land Co.. con solidated with the Johnson Farm Loan Co. 31-tf Ben Johnson of Plenty wood, who has recently been discharged from the aviation corps, was here yesterday. The annual children's day program of the Methodist church will be given at the church Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fischl are re joicing over the arrival of a son, born at the Deaconess hospital yesterday morning. Better be safe than sorry. Insure your property now with the Otto M. Christinson Land Co., consolidated with the Johnson Farm Loan Co. 31 tf Sid Darst is here visiting his par ents and will return to the coast in a few days where he has a very' good position. S. H. Orvis, proprietor of the Fail store, is here on business from Chi cago where he has made his home for the past two years. L. E. Jones and Wm. Curry motor ed to Wolf Point Tuesday where Sec retary Jones addressed a large meet ing of the commercial club. H. O. Baylor was down from Bay lor today and while here came into the Courier office and added his name to our rapidly growing subscription list. The Glasgow ball team trounced the Nashua team in a one-sided game that was played on the local diamond last Friday afternoon, the score being 18 to 5. Miss Ethel Lezie returned from Bozeman Monday morning and will visit here for a week before going to Plentywood where she has accepted a position. Mrs. Jesse Leiben has received word that her cousin, Lieut. C. F. Holmes, died in Spokane recently. Lieut. Holmes is well known in Glasgow, hav ing traveled through this section of the state for several years. 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. WANTED—Position as housekeeper. Apply at Miss McMillan's rooming house, or write Box 164. G-3tpd FOR SALE—One Ford car in good re pair. Has been driven very little. Call or write Courier office. 5-2t FOR SALE—Good barrel cart, water power washing machine, plain ex tension table, and other furniture. Cheap. At 218 North 2nd St., Glas gow. 5-3t RELINQUISHMENT of half section, good prairie land, 18 acres broke, small house and barn, good well, 40 acres fenced; four good young horses, harness, sulky plow, wagon, tools, etc., for $1500. Inquire 387 Courier. 2-4tpd PIANO FOR SALE—New Piano for sale on easy payments. Inquire at the Courier. 50tf FOR RENT—Two modern houses, fui- nished or unfurnished. Phone 190W 48-tf Livestock insured against death from any cause. Log House. tf George L. Nelson of Hinsdale was in the city Wednesday. Mrs. Otto Mela was a Glasgow vis itor from Opheim yesterday. Attorney V. R. Hall of Opheim was in the city on professional business Monday. The printing contract, for Sheridan county was again awarded to the Plen tywood Pioneer Press. Mrs. Tom Tenesch left for Soap Lake, Wash., this morning State Engineer Archie Mahon was here from Helena yesterday. Rev. L. J. Christler of Havre was the principal speaker at the gradua tion exercises in Malta last week. During the summer months we will discontinue serving Seal Brand Coffee each Saturday afternoon. —Lewis-We dum Co. It Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Fischl came down from Helena this morning for a visit with relatives and friends. Just received— A complet stock of brief cases and portfolios in several grades and sizes.—Glasgow Courier. If you want to sell your land this year, list with us now in time to have it advertised in our new folder. Run dle Land & Abstract Co. 45-tf-c A large crew of men have started work on the new grand stand and the structure will be completed within the next ten days. Mr. and Mrs. Tyler of Brecken ridge, Minn., were here the fore part of the week visiting their daughter, Mrs. George Alsop. For sale or lease—Coleman Hotel and Soft Drink parlors. For informa tion address Leo B. Coleman, Glas gow, Mont. The second annual Roosevelt, Rich land and Sheridan counties pure bred live stock and horse show will be held in Culbertson June 13 and 14. Rev. R. H. Stone of the M. E. church will hold services at the Bra zil creek school house, 10 miles west of Glasgow, Sunday, June 8th, at 2:30. Glen Darst, who has recently been mustered out of the service, is here visiting his parents. Glen was study ing music in Chicago when he enlist ed. A. S. Hanscom has resigned his po sition as engineer for the city of Mal ta, a position that he has held for years and will engage in business for himself. His many friends in Glas gow wish him success in his new un dertaking. For sale <$r lease—Coleman Hotel nad Soft Drink Parlors. For informa tion address Leo B. Coleman, Glas gow, Mont. BOMB THROWERS SPREAD * TERROR THROUGHOUT U. S. (Continued from page 1) ed. Judge Nott was away from home. I Mrs. Nott, who was asleep on the sec 1 ond floor, was uninjured. I William Roehner, a private watch ! man, vas blown to pieces, parts of j his bqdy being found half a block I from the explosion. He was identi ! fied by his two sons from particles j of his clothing and a ring of keys. For the last 10 years Boehner had been employed as watchman for a I number of private dwellings in the neighborhood of Judge Nott's home. I POLICE SEARCH PITTSBURGH. Pittsburgh, June 3.—A cordon of ! policemen and detectives was thrown j around Pittsburgh today in an effort j to apprehend the perpetrators of two , bomb explosions in different sections of the city. The outrages were di rected against United States District (Judge W. II. S. Thompson and W. W. I Sibray, chief inspector of the bureau of immigration. No one was injured. ! A roundup of radicals was begun by agents of the department of justice and in a short time 15 men, mostly Russians, had been arrested as sus pects in the wrecking of five homes here in the nationwide bomb outrage. Robert Johnson, president of the I. W. W. here and internationally known as a radical, was arrested at I. W. W. headquarters. When detectives and federal agents entered he opened fire with a revol ver, several bullets passing through the clothing of a detective. ARREST AT PHILADELPHIA. Philadelphia, June 3.—Authorities are investigating the bomb explosions which late last night badly damaged the rectory of a Catholic church and the residence of a jeweler. Three per sons were injured, one seriously. One FOR TRADE—Equity in 320 acres land 7 miles from Glasgow for good auto or city property.—Log House. 4-2t GET YOUR TYPEWRITER SUP plies from the Courier office. We handle the best grades of carbons and ribbons. LOST—One door key, 2 padlock keys, 1 trunk key. and 6 dollai-s in hand kerchief. Finder may keep the money but kindly return keys to Courier of fice. 1-Gtpd LOST—Decoration day between north side and Baptist church, silver brooch. Finder leave at postoffice and receive reward. 6-tf WANTED TO LEASE—For coming season, 320 or <140 acres land under the ditch, to pu up on shares. Address or phone Everet W. McKeage, care of L. C. Hanson, Vandalia, Mont. 37-tf man has been arrested. The front of the church was torn away and a woman and a girl passing by were injured. An aged woman 'was injur ed when the interior of the jeweler's house was wrecked. The automobile used by the men who bombed the Catholic church was found early today abandoned i - Fairmou".t park. The car had bes.i .stolen. The police are searching; ''or clues to the identity of the man who was killed in exploding a bomb at the home of Attorney General Palmer in Wash ington. "PLAIN WORDS" IN. WRECKAGE. Boston, June 3.—The police are con vinced the explosions last night at the home of Police Judge Alfred F. Hay den in the Rixbury district and that of State Representative Leland Pow ers in Newtonville were" part of the nationwide plot. Pamphlets entitled "Plain Words" were found scattered outside the Hay den house and also in the wreckage. Absence of the Hayden family pröb ably saved their lives. MAYOR HAS CLOSE CALL. Cleveland, Ohio, June 3.—Police of Cleveland, Columbus and other cities today are searching for two men be lieved to have planted a bomb at the home o fMayor Harry L. Davis late last night. No one was injured. The bomb was planted under a cel lar window, and the explosion was so terrific that it tore out practically the entire north side of the house. Win dows in many houses for several blocks were broken. Mayor Davis was seated on the lawn on the opposite side of the house with his wife and several friends when the explosion occurred. State Topic s Butte, Through cooperation of Ana conda Copper Mining company four excellent park sites secured. Public golf links embraced in municipal play ground plan. Great future predicted for Montana silver as result of lifting restrictions on price and export. Silver mining was once the principle industry of the state. Can a political movement such as the Nonpartisan league, based on ar raying class hatred against capital, succeed in our country? Great Falls—Judith basin clips bring 55 cents. Lambs ranging ] 10 per cent. City improvement is subject at Havre. To include public playground and park. Dillon—Paving and street lighting contracts let. Winter wheat loss lighter than ever before in state. Crop ten per cent over last year's. Bainville—Large oil warehouse to be erected here. Land sales bring $300,000 to state with buyers eager for Montana land. Every western state is interested in the better outlook for the lumber in dustry. Helena—Anaconda Copper company granted refund of excess railroad rate on ore. Bozeman—Work on bank and office building to start soon. Troy—Government plans construc tion of 18 miles highway in upper Yahk valley at cost of $70,000. Billings—Montana Tractor company to erect $05,000 structure here. Many new school buildings to be erected throughout state. One million BCjj II "V. <? i A Beautiful Dining Room Is a mark of good taste and refinement. It is the hope and ambition of every true home lover. Good taste is not served so much by price as by proper sel ection. Our years of experience in handling fine Furniture ---our knowledge of what is fit and appropriate will be found a valuable assistance in making your selections. C. E. Peterson & Company Furniture and Undertaking SATURDAY, JUNE 7TH Universal Special Attraction—The Noted Western Character Harry Carey in it A Fight for Love" 6 parts Universal News Same Prices SUNDAY AND MONDAY, JUNE 8-9 Artcraft Special Henry B. Walthall in "False Faces" Also 2 reel L-Ko Comedy Matinee Sunday, 3:00 15c, 30c; Box, 40c WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11TH Paramount Picture Ethel Clayton in 66 Maggie Pepper 2 reel Mack Sennett Comedy 1* THURSDAY, JUNE 12TH Goldwyn Picture Geraldine Farrar in "The Stronger Vow" 6 parts Paramount Pictograph 15c, 30e, 40c, Inc. tax dollars to be expended. Hysham—-Treasurer county good roads association formed here for the purpose of continuing state highway from Yellowstone to Rosebud county. Deer Lodge—Inmates of state pen itentiary here building chapel and as sembly room. / Every industry, large and small, is interested in the constructive program outlined at this time by congress. Re peal of luxury tax and reconsideration of general federal taxes will put new spirit into business. Kalispell—$125,000 contract for con structing 35 miles of road in North Fork valley from Coal Creek to Can adian boundary let to Spokane firm. Three Forks—Work commences on construction of Madison dyke and drainage system near here. Scobey gets new school house. Three Forks—Jefferson Valley drain now assured fact. Will reclaim nearly 5000 acres rich bottom land. Livingston—Work on new $20,000 Park county fish hatchery started. Great Falls to soon have a fish hatchery to be built at Giant Springs. This congress promises speedy and affirmative action on oil and water power measures which mean so much toward increased development in west ern states. Great Falls—30,000 trout placed in Beaver creek. Great Falls—Making of national play ground out of portion of forest reserve on upper reaches of Sun Riv er contemplated. Great Falls—Corporation to be or ganized to re-open woolen mill at Man chester, 8 miles west of here. Dillon—$20,000 organ to be install ed in picture theatre here. Whitefish—Great Northern railway to build bridge 14 over Whitefish riv Glasgow, Montana, June 6, 1919. All registered warrants, School Dis trict Numbered Five (5) are this day called for payment, and cease to draw interest on this date. C. F. TURNER, Treasurer, It Valley County.