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il Local Brevities Newa in and About Town Livestock insured against death from any cause. Log House. tf W. H. Porter of Frazer transacted business here Tuesday. R. T. Amel was down from Opheim the fore part of the week. Mrs. C. R. Stewart was a Glasgow visitor from Nashua Monday. J. A. Hentz of Thoeny was in the city the fore part of the week. Miss Vivian Vagg of Saco is visit ing her aunt, Mrs. S. C. Small. N. C. Nordgren of Redstone was in the city the fore part of the week. Gerry Kelly has accepted a posi tion as operator at the Orpheum thea tre. Pat Nacey, sheriff of Roosevelt county, transacted business here on Wednesday. Eddie Fitch has been mustered out of the service and returned home Monday evening. Miss Georgia E. Scott, United States land commissioner at Glentana, was a Glasgow visitor this week. W. B. Klee and family left for Havre Wednesday morning where they will make their future home. The second annual meeting of the Northeastern Montana Farmers Aud^ iting association was held at Plenty wood last week. Representative Sektnan returned from Helena Monday morning where he had been in attendance at the spe cial session of the legislature. Ib your house insured? If not, see the Otto M. Christinson Land Co., con solidated with the Johnson Farm Loan Co. 31-tf R. C. Woodward of Helena is vis aing at the W. W. Hurd residence. He recently returned from overseas and will resume his studies at the Mount St. Charles college this fall. Comfortable Dollars % Some day, when otherwise the world would look "cold and dreary," your savings will bring you comfort as nothing else could. They will stand between you and uncharitable people. They will warm when the world is cold. They will feed you when you are hungry. They will keep "charity" at arm's length. Saving isn't hard ; it's easy. It's all a matter of getting started. Ask us to suggest a plan of saving for you. Twenty-seven Years on Front Street Glasgow, Montana FIRST NATIONAL BANK Glasgow, Montana iEI ATTEN-SHUN Wednesday, August 20, 1919, is "Victory Day" at the Glas gow Chautauqua. All discharged men from service will be admitted free to the entire program of the day. WEDNESDAY'S PROGRAM Afternoon Prelude - The Oversea's Quartet Lecture, "Hidden Things" - - - . - Joel A. Eastman Evening "Songs of the Yanks" - Overseas Quartet Lecture, "A Guest of the Kaiser - - Sgt. Arthur Gibbons GLASGOW CHAUTAUQUA AUGUST 19-24 Ctaatnqne Tent Will Be Qffesite M. E. durch, Seme Piece es Lest Yesr Tickets Are Now On Sale at Hall Drug Co., Glasgow Drug Co., Lewis-Wedum Drug Co., C. E. Behner & Co., A. M. St. Clair & Co. Chas. H. Reid was down from Op heim Sunday. W. B. Shoemaker returned from Helena Wednesday morning. The Log House, insurance and real estate. Orval E. Mason, Mgr. Sam Ellsworth attended the horse sale at Miles City last week. Mrs. Roy Gordon was a Glasgow caller from Nashua Monday. William Hyaer of Saço transacted business in the city Wednesday. Verne Mclntyre of Hinsdale was in the city on business Wednesday. Byron Hurly of Malta was among the out of town visitors here Wed nesday. / Mrs. Louise Johnson and son Ro man, left for Miles City Wednesday evening. Just received—the new Heppel white model of the Edison phonograph at $155.— Chas. E. Behner & Co. 16 Editor Noah Mann of the Oswego Reporter, transacted business here the fore part of the week. Mrs. H. M. Mclntyre left for Great Falls Monday morning to attend the Methodist conference. Mrs. John L. Slattery spent the fore part of the week at Culbertson visiting with her sister, Mrs. Brooks. Better be safe than sorry. Insure your property now with the Otto M. Christinson Land Co., consolidated with the Johnson Farm Loan Co. 31tf Miss Gladys Memminger is visit ing her mother this week and expects to leave for St. Paul tomorrow morn ing. Pat Mullis was in the city the fore part of the week. He returned from France about- a month ago and has resumed his position with the Great Northern, making his headquarters at Wolf Point. SATURDAY, ANGUST 16 Universal Feature Mary MacLaren in tf .ft The Unpainted Woman 3 6 reels International News SUNDAY & MONDAY, AUG. 17-18 Artcraft Feature "For Better or Worse" Produced by the master director CECIL B. DeMILLI 6 parts 2 reel Comedy Our Big Exhaust Fan Changes the Air Every Three Minutes. theatre. Doors Open 7 : :45 First Show at 8:00 COMING! Our New Minusa Gold Fibre Screen WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20. Paramount Special "Oh You Women" It's New — It's Different A good hearty laugh THURSDAY, AUGUST 21 Metro Picture Harold Lockwood in "The Great Romances" 6 parts Pictograph F. M. West of Hinsdale was in the city Wednesday. Ed Byrum was in the city from Lismas Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. H. Felland were down from Glentana Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. McNeil of Nash ua were in the city Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Jensen of Pop lar were Glasgow visitors Sunday. Ed Conant has resigned his posi tion as cashier at the local freight of fice. "Tuff" Prentice left for Fargo, N. Dak., Tuesday morning on a business trip. Mrs. Ralph Gilmore of Oswego was a Glasgow visitor the fore part of the week. Ophein* plays the Glasgow nine on the local diamond Sunday. The game will be called at 3 o'clock. George Kelly was here from Poplar Sunday and assisted the local root ers at the ball game. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Moore were here from Wolf Point Sunday to take in the ball game. S. J. Rundle left for Spokane the fore part of the week on business. Senator J. L. Slattery returned from Helena yesterday morning where he had been in attendance at the special legislative session. Pat Mullis and Bob Hill have recent ly purchased the Strand theatre. at Poplar and will take possession the first of September. Mrs. Walton, mother of E. L. Wal ton, county attorney of Roosevelt county, passed away at Rochester, Minn., last week following an opéra tion for cancer of the bowels. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Sisk lefa for the east Monday morning. They will tour the states of Wisconsin and Min nesota looking for a new location, as they do not expect to return to Glas gow. Wolf Point and Poplar played a fast game of ball at Poplar Wednes day evening, the game resulting in a tie, the score being 2 to 2. The game was called at the end of the ninth in ning so as to enable the Wolf Point aggregation to catch No. 3 for home. Al Grissom returned this week from j an extensive trip in the east. Mac Kyle and Attorney Sandlie mo tored down from Saco Sunday. J. E. Arnot transacted business in Malta the fore part of the week. Miss Millie Caves of Malta is visit ing with her sister, Mrs. Anderson. Dr. A. N. Smith left for Glacier park Tuesday for a visit with his fam ily Will S. Denham, representing the Ellison-White chautauqua, is in the city today. Rev. R. H. Stone left for Great Falls Monday morning to attend the annual Montana Methodist confer ence. The Methodists defeated the court house ball team in an interesting game last Friday evening by the score of 19 to 13. N. R. Underwood, formerly cashier at the local freight office, has accep ted a position in Hinsdale as manager for the Equity Co-Operative associa tion. H. J. Hellekson and son Irvin of Scobey were in the city Wednesday. Young Hellekson recently returned home from overseas. The Oliver Kent patrol of the Boy Scouts spent last week camping at Kent's ranch across the Missouri and at Peck's point. The boys had a very enjoyable time and are looking for ward to their next outing. STOCKMEN: 200 tons of alfalfa hay, 300 tons of rough feed and 880 acres of land, one-half under irriga tion. This is what we have to sell in the Lower Yellowstone Valley, near Sidney. Investigate if you want a bargain.—Pioneer Loan and Realty Company, Sidney, Mont. 14-41c DR. K ROMER. Eyesight Specialist of Helena, who examines your eyes by the most sci entific methods and carries a complete line of Ground Lens, all the latest ideas in frames and mountings, will be in Glasgow Friday and Saturday, August 29 and 30, at the Shannon ho tel. 15-4t State Topics August 11.—Hardin—Within a short time Mountain States Telephone & Telegraph company will construct new telephone line from Billings through Hardin to Sheridan, Wyo. Divide—541 acre ranch, 230 head cattle and 400 to hay sells near here for $35,000. Valentine—Oil seepage found in deep water well near Brooks ranch, six miles from here. With the world's copper business controlled by American producers and refiners and a prospective demand for the metal exceeding anything hereto fore known, the copper states can look forward confidently to many years of prosperity. Great Falls—Building permits total $170,000 here in two weeks. Mining activity pronounced around Helena and Clancy. Many old mines are being reopened. Great Falls cap ital working the Blue Bird. Kalispell—Flathead wheat goes 10 to 35 bushels to the acre. Hardin—Assessed valuation of Big Horn county $18,862,029; does not in clude raidroad vavluation of $3,000, 000. Roundup—Drilling resumed in Tri City well in Women's Pocket. Ronan —Flathead Independent Tel ephone company to erect new office soon. Helena—20 per cent reduction in water rates of Monidah Trust com pany approved by commission. Butte—Work started on new school building. Lewistown—Judith Moccasin com pany incorporated for $40,000. Roundup—Big development in roundup field. Large quantities of sup plies sent to district; work progress ing. Butte—Inland Empire Aerial Train ing Corporation incorporated for $50, 000. Will deal in airplanes and auto mobiles. Record hog' prices reached the past week at Seattle, $23.75. Helena—Ore testing plant resumes operation. Treating ore from Lump Gulch district and Valley Forge at Rimini. Poison—Devvay Lumber company now running double shift. Buttestreet car fares increased on August 1 from 6 to 7 cents, or 6% cents for tickets when sold in blocks of four or multiples thereof. Billings—Clearing house for use of Montana stockmen in conducting sales and finding feed established here. Dillon—Great deal of livestock be ing shipped out of county due to shortage of hay and ranges.. Helena Independent— Berger, con victed socialist, says he prefers the 1. W. W. to the American Federation of Labor, because the Wobblies are "class conscious." Yes, to the ex tant of smashing employers' machinery and burning forests and farmers' hay stacks. Lewistown—Robinson & Skinner Co. incorporates for $40,000. Total value of equipment and ma terial sent into state from federal government is $2,00,000. Missoula—Work starts on new $200,000 theatre building. Ronan —13,000 acres irrigated on Flathead this season. Almost two-thirds of maganese min ed in United States was produced in Montana. Wolf Point—Large new auditorium and pleasure palace being erected here. Bolsheviks, I. W. W's. and radical socialists find themselves to be quite as useless to society as the fifth wheel of a wagon. Better Than Pills For Liver Ills. IDTonight 111 to ton* and strengthen the organe of digestion and elimination, improve appetite, etop sick headaches, relieve bil iousness. correct constipstion. They act promptly, pieaeantly, mildly, yet thoroughly. Tomorrow Alright tl ETS Get a 25c. Bex GLASGOW DRUG CO. 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. GET YOUR TYPEWRITER SUP plies from the Courier office. We handle the best grades of carbons and ribbons. OLD HENS FOR SALE—22c live, 25c dressed; delivered any time. Phone No. 21. lOtfc COOK WANTED—For Luncheonette. Inquire G. E. Alsop. 14-tf ONE SECTION OF LAND—In the fa mous Rainy River region, for sale at $10 an acre. Good land for grain farming or stock raising. An abun dance of the best of water. Good roads and drainage. Will accept stock in whole or part payment. Answer at once. Dr. Duggan, Grand Forks, N. Dak. 13-4tpd FOR ALFALFA HAY—Write or wire Stuart Coburn, Yakima, Wash. 15-6t-pd. Roundup oil field soon to be pro ducer. Cut Bank to get $20,000 brick busi ness buliding. Cut Bank—Cement sidewalks and curbs planned at cost of $30,000. Libby—Bui-lingham saw mill on Parmenter creek to resume after 3 years. Helena—Northwestern Packing com pany lets $1000,000 contract for first unit of modern packing plant. Dillon—Big Hole Basin greenest spot in state. Hay prospects in fa mous valley very good. New England displaces 3,000,000 tons coal with oil this year. Road improvement Spiïtt "is strong er and farther advanced in Montana The man who can fight To Heaven's own height, Is the man who can fight When he's losing." This Bank is here to render to the people of this community the greatest possible service, consist ent with sound, safe banking principles. Better times are ahead for us all, if we keep fighting. The Glasgow National Bank The Bank of Strength and Service CHSHSHSNXNSHBHSMSHSHEHXHSHSHBHBHXHSHBHBNSNaiNXMIHXHXHll s P » H Cream! Cream! Farmers, we will buy all of your cream at market prices and will give you a correct test. GLASGOW CASH GROCERY SNXHIHXNSNXIUNUninHIHXHXNSNUIXK H i IXHXMS FOR SALE OR TRADE—10-20 horse Case tractor with plows. In fine working condition. A snap if taken at once. Inquire of C.. O. Knight. lOtfc LOST—Suit of clothes on lower road between Glasgow and Nashua. Re turn to Nifty Tailor Shop for reward. FOR SALE—Piano in perfect condi tion.—Mrs. George Plant. 15-tf FOR SALE—Bed, davenport, office table, refrigerator, kitchen table and chair. Inquire No. 6, Jensen Apart ments. lt-pd WANTED—Two rooms for light housekeeping to accommodate two high school girls. Address box 33, Tampico. Mont. 16-2tpd than in Colorado and Wyoming, says H. W. Child in a recent interview at Denver. Butte—Porphyry dike mill to close on account of water shortage. Treat ment of 300 tons of gold ore daily will stop because operations cuts in on Helena's water srapply. An Old Fault Finder. An irritable and fault finding dispo sition is often caused by indigestion. A man with good digestion and bowels that act regularly is usually good na tured. When troubled with indiges tion or constipation take Chamberlain's Tablets. They strengthen the stom ach and enable it to perform its func tions naturally. They also cause a gentle movement of the bowels.