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Newa in and About Town Livestock insured against death from any cause. Log House. tf Evelyn Hartley was down from Glentana Wednesday; Mrs. Leah S. Irish visited with friends at Havre this week. L. L. Kelly, Opheim merchant, was here on business Wednesday. Mrs. Fred Cool of Nashua visited with friends here Tuesday. Mrs. Emma Anlin was in the city from Lismas on Wednesday. Oats! Oats! Oats! Just received car of good oats. $2.85 per hundred F. O. B. car.— Markte Transfer. 18 L. S. Autrey of Havre was in the city Wednesday calling on his trade. Mr. and Mrs. .C. J. Ebersold were Glasgow visitors from Hinsdale last Saturday. Mrs. C. X. Anderson was a Glas gow visitor from Opheim the fore part of the week. Is your house insured? If not, see the Otto M. Christinson Land Co., con solidated with the Johnson Farm Loan Co. 31-tf Mrs. A. N. Smith and children re turned from Lake McDonald Sunday morning, where they had been camp ing for the past month. 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 id Good Upland Hay 1000 tons at $25 per ton delivered at Glasgow. 150 tons pure clean red top hay $28 per ton. C. PRENTICE Phone 142 Notice Sealed bids will be received not lat er than September 8th, at 2 p. m., for the construction of an extension lateral and flume on the R. J. Moore ranch three miles west of Glasgow, Montana. Contractors should visit and in spect the ground where the work is to be done. This work is being done by R. J. Moore on behalf of the United States Reclamation Service and will be under the direct supervision of the reclama tion service engineers. Blue prints on file at my office. Address all bids to R. J. Moore, Glasgow. R. J. MOORE M. C. Egan of Homestead was in the city this week. Chas. Tanner was in the city from Hinsdale yesterday. Sam Haugland was down from Op* heim on business Wednesday. Mrs. Gertrude Scoville of Nashua was a Glasgow caller Wednesday. Miss Belle Grossman is here from Great Falls visiting relatives and friends. COAL—Is going up. Better or der now while cars are arriving daily.—Markle Transfer Co. tf Mrs. Lee Chouinard was here from Baylor the fore part of the week vis iting friends. % Mr. and Mrs. William Burke were here from their ranch near Buggy Creek on Tuesday. Mrs. Dan B. McGovern returned yesterday morning from an extended visit in Rochester, Minn. G. R. Jamieson returned yesterday morning from a business trip to the western part of the state. BE SAFE—Get your winter's coal supply in while you can get it. Prices are going up.—Mar kle Transfer Co. tf SATURDAY, AUGUST 30TH Universal Special Harry Carey in ti 1 Riders of Vengeance 19 A Dandy 6-part Western Feature International News Same Prices SUNDAY-MONDAY, AUG 31-SEPT 1 * Paramount Picture Marguerite Clark in her latest "Come Out of the Kitchen" Also—2-reel L-Ko Comedy 15c, 30c, box 40c Matinee 3:00 Our New Mtnusa Gold Fibre Screen is now installed and we have the Best Pro jection in Northern Montana. TttïATRE. Showing the Cream of the Motion Picture Market. Doors open 7:30 First show 7:45 WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 3 Paramount Picture Chas. Ray in "The Busher " See this wonderful character as a rube baseball player Also—2-reel Mack Sennett Comedy THURSDAY, SEPT. 4 Florence Reed Star of "The Woman Under Oath" in her latest picture * "Her Code of Honor" 6 parts Paramount Pictograph H. in Miss Marie McCormick of Tampico was in the city Saturday. George Ruffcorn was down from the north country yesterday on business. Attorney Frank M. Catlin of Cul bertson was a Glasgow caller this week. Mrs. A. C. Morgan of Hinsdale was a visitor here the latter part of last week. Sheriff Tom Johnson of Phillips county transacted business in the city yesterday. Miss Doris Hedges of Saco was the guest of Margaret Hilt several days last week. Assistant Attorney General Otto A. Gerth was here from Helena on busi ness Monday. Mrs. H. M. Maurey of Havre is in the city visiting relatives and friends this week. Attorney George Hurd came down from Great Falls Sunday to attend to some legal matters here. W. B. Klee, formerly proprietor of the Nifty tailor shop, has purchased a similar business in Havre. The Misses Gladys and Orma Mc Intyre visited this week with relatives and friends at Hinsdale. Mr. and Mrs. Ike St. John return ed Sunday from a month's auto tour of Yellowstone national park. Mrs. J. J. Hägen and daughter Mar ion left on Friday for Hillyard, Wash., for a month's visit with Mrs. Hagen's sister. Oats! Oats! Oats! Just received car of good oats. $2.85 per hundred F. O. B. car.—Markle Transfer. 18 Mr. and Mrs. Orville Mason return ed Sunday from a month's auto tour of Yellowstone national park. Chief of Police Walter Baynham re turned the fore part of the week from a month's vacation spent at his home in Kentucky. The local ball club journeyed to Op heim last Sunday and defeated the north country aggregation by the score of 25 to 4. Mrs. Mary Maley, mother of Mrs. T. J. Hocking, came up from Williston Monday evening and will spend some time visiting here. Better be safe than sorry. Insure your property now with the Otto M. Christinson Land Co., consolidated with the Johnson Farm Loan Co. 31tf A number of our local fishermen re port excellent fishing at the Vandalia dam the past week. Several splendid catches have been made. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Redmond and son James drove up from Mondak Monday and are spending a few days visiting at the home of Dr. and Mrs. M. D. Hoyt in this city. Clifford Pottash of The Fair was in Great Falls the fore part of the week visiting his wife, who was recently operated on at the Deaconess hospital in that city. Mrs. I. J. Moses and little son came up from Williston Monday evening and spent the week visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Hocking. ORDER COAL NOW—and avoid the possibility of car short age and strikes.—Markle Trans fer Co- tf Secretary Jones and Editor Hock ing motored to Nashua Tuesday in the interest of Valley county's agri cultural exhibit. Several fine grain exhibits were brought back. Oscar Weber returned from Minne apolis Sunday morning where he had been receiving treatments. Oscar says that he feels much better and thinks that the trip was very beneficial to him. G. A. "Fat ! ' Wright came up from Williston Sunday and spent a few days here visiting his many Glasgow friends. Art is now running regular on Nos. 27 and 28 for the Great Nor thern. Oats! Qats! Oats! Just received car of good oats. $2.85 per hundred F. O. B. car.—Markle Transfer. 18 Mrs. Ella B. Hurly and daughters Affa of Forman, N. D., and Mrs. T. A. Chezick of Oregon, who had been visiting at the John and Leo Hurly homes, left for their respective homes Sunday morning. Allen Tomlinson of the Glasgow postoffice force left Tuesday morning for a two weeks' vacation with his home folks at Nashville, Indiana. It is over five years since Allen has been home and needless to say is looking forward to his trip. A court house site is a live topic of conversation in Malta at the pres ent time and much interest is being developed in its selection to be made at the special election September 2nd. Two sites ai'e to be voted on, one being known as the Fifth avenue site and one the Trafton site. 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. LOST—A blue serge cape, between Glasgow and Baylor. Reward. Mrs. H. P. Sisk, Glasgow, R. F. D. North Star route. 18-2tpd FOR SALE—Electric washing ma chine, $25. Inquire of Mrs. J. L. Lytle. ltpd FOR SALE—Chickens and turkeys, at reasonable prices.—Mrs. Pat Sisk. 18-4tpd LOST—At ball park, cuff link, en graved letter R. Courier office, re ward. It WANTED—Competent woman as housekeeper. Inquire at Courier of fice. 18tf 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 The Log House, insurance and real estate. Orval E. Mason, Mgr. Dr. and Mrs. G. H. Klein and daugh ter returned Sunday morning from Lake McDonald, where they had been camping. They contemplated staying longer but the dense smoke from the forest fires compelled them to leave. Mrs. P. L. Herring and daughter Carrye Neal left for Amariilo, Texas, FURNITURE FOR SALE In good condition— practically all new. Nüst be sold before September 5th. MAURICE NARVESON Two Doors West Grossman Garage THÈUNIVER SAL CAB It's no longer necessary to go into the details describing the practical merits of the Ford car —everybody knows all about "The Universal Car." How it goes and comes day after day and year after year at an operating expense so small that it's wonderful. This advertisement is to urge prospective buyers to place orders without delay as the war has produced conditions which has interfered with normal production. Buy a Ford car when you cen get one. We'll take good care of your order—get your Ford to you as soon as possible—and give the best in "after-service" when required. GROSSMAN MOTOR CO. FOR ALFALFA HAY—Write or wire Stuart Coburn, Yakima, Wash. 15-6t-pd. LOST—Suit of clothes on lower road between Glasgow and Nashua. Re turn to Nifty Tailor Shop for reward. OLD HENS FOR SALE—22c live, 25c dressed; delivered any time. Phone No. 21. lOtfc 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 WANTED—Two rooms for light housekeeping to accommodate two high school girls. Address box 33, Tampico. Mont. 16-2tpd FOR SALE OR TRADE—Forty acres northern Minnesota land, one mile from station, good spring creek and meadow, good soil, free from rock, enough timber for buildings. Will sell for cash or trade for cattle or horses. Write to Otis Gaslin, Haxby, Montana. ' ' 7 -4t-pd. Tuesday evening where they will vis it with relatives for a few weeks. Miss Herring will go from there to Nashville, Tenn., where she will en ter college. Cecil Leonard left on Monday morn ing for Seattle. After visiting there for a short time he will go on to Los Angeles. His father, William Leon ard, and sister Miss Emily expect to leave the first of the week for Los Angeles and will visit relatives and friends en route. Mr. Leonard has rented his farm just north of town te his son-in-law, P. L. Eroscup. 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 Restaurant Fixtures FOR SALE Show Cases, Tables, Chairs, Wall Mirrors, Register, Ranges, Dish es, Coolers, Urns, Ice Boxes—in fact all fixtures necessary for conducting a Restaurant and Bakery. The Model Bakery & Cafe Opposite Depot. T. A. HAUGE PHONE 162J Farm Development The greatest service The Glasgow National Bank can render this community is, in the opinion of our officers, to stand by the farmer who works by sound methods, and to point out in a friendly way to the non-prosperous wherein their methods are defective. For The Glasgow National Bank to carry out sound principles of safe banking is to promote the development of the community by extending credit to farmers for constructive work and im proved farm methods. The Glasgow National Bank The Bank of Strength and Service ENXHXHXMXHXHXHXIIXHSHXHBHXIIXHXHXHXIIXIIXHX! HXHXHXHXHXHXHX Cream! Cream! Farmers, we will buy all of your cream at market prices and will give you a correct test. GLASGOW CASH GROCERY KNXHXHXHXMXIISIISHXIIBNXNXHXHXHIHXNXHXMXHXHXIUNXIUII NXMSMS bargain.—Pioneer Loan and Realty Company, Sidney, Mont. 14-41c 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.