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"The First
National"
invites your banking busi
ness and offers you a service
based on an experience re
sulting from thirty - one
years of successful banking.
The First National Bank
OF GLASGOW
on front street since 1891
News in
and About
Town
Local Brevities
Sheriff Charles A. Hall was a visit
or at Hinsdale Sunday.
H. J. Mickels was in from the Mis
souri river country Monday on busi
ness.
Gustav H. Boeler was in on mat
ters of business from Haxby Wednes
day.
Mrs. Ed Laurance of Opheim was
operated on at the Deaconess hospital
Monday.
C. E. Davidson was a Havre busi
ness visitor in the city the first of
the week.
A. H. Eliason of Opheim was attend
ing to matters of business in this city
Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bruce of Glen
tana were visitors in Glasgow several
days last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Maris and chil
dren are spending two weeks in camp
on the Porcupine.
E. C. White of Opheim was in from
that place the first of the week on
matter/ of business.
Fred Heising, one of Glentana's
merchants, spent Monday in the city
on matters of business.
A. F. Felat of Wolf Point was en
tered as a patient at the Deaconess
hospital on Wednesday.
Ed Laurance came down from Glen
tana Sunday to visit Mrs. Laurance,
who is a patient at the Deaconess hos
pital.
S. Clark and J. Johnson of fettle
went out to the E. T. Phelps ranch on
Saturday to work during the thresh
ing season.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Stephens and Mr.
and Mrs. Berry Stephens of Scobey
are spending a few days at Vandalia
dam fishing.
C. J. Peterson of the Baylor country
came down on Saturday to meet his
wife and daughter who arrived here
from Helena.
Mr. and Mrs. Sundahl and baby of
Opheim were in the city shopping
and attending to matters of business
early in the week.
A picnic was given at Vandalia Dam
on Sunday for all of the Reclamation
people up and down the line. About
twenty cars were in evidence.
Mrs. D. B. Gilson arrived in this
city Monday from Des Lacs, N. D., to
visit her niece, Mrs. Ed Laurance, a
patient at the Deaconess hospital.
Alice Sierts, Gertrude Halbert, Faith
Smith and little Gay Reider were all
patients at the Deaconess hospital
during the week, having had tonsil
operations.
P. E. Kent and T. M. Patten left
on No. 3 Sunday evening to be in at
tendance at the meeting of the var
ious Masonic bodies which are conven
ing in Helena this week.
Mrs. Lucy Hirsch and children were
Glasgow arrivals on Tuesday from
Tuttle, N. D. Mrs. Hirsch left the
following morning for a visit at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fuhr
man of the Glentana country.
Mrs. Wilbur Crawford and little son
and Mrs. Mary Cashman, Mrs. Craw
ford's mother, arrived here Wednes
day morning from Minnesota. After
an absence of several months Mrs
Crawford has returned much improved
in health.
Mrs. Anna Bass arrived in Glasgow
Monday morning from New Orleans.
Mrs. Bass expects to visit friends at
Glentana and also look over land in
the north country with the intention
of locating on a homestead if satis
factory holdings can be found.
E. G. Fry was a business visitor
here on Tuesday from Avondale.
Miss Georgia Davenport was down
from Opheim Tuesday, shopping.
Mrs. Bert Rogers was in from the
Baylor country shopping on Tuesday.
Clerk of Court J. B. Christopherson
visited his ranch near Roanwood Sun-1
day.
Ray Lewis was a business visitor inj
the city from Opheim the latter part
of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Hartley were
in the city shopping on Tuesday from
the Lismas country.
Bert Howe of Scobey was in the
city several days during the week re
ceiving medical treatment.
,C. M. Jennings of the Baylor country
was in town several days during the
week for medical treatment.
County Treasurer W. L. Frazier and
Clerk and Recorder Lou E. Bretzke
were Nashua visitors Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Art White came down
from Hinsdale Sunday for a short vis
it with their daughter Pauline.
<" u arles and Frank Martin of the
Lis- as community, were in the city
■ atters of business the first of the
wee.:.
A large number of Glasgow and
Nas' ua folks motored out to the Por
cupine Sunday and spent the day in
piciii ■ style.
Glenn Johnson, who runs a freight
ing truck between Opheim and Glas
gow, was in town on matters of bus
iness Monday and Tuesday.
Guy Wilson and brother of Virgil,
arrived here Tuesday with a thresh
ing outfit. They will thresh for far
mers in the north country.
E. T. Phelps of the Baylor country
was in town Saturday and succeeded
in hiring several men to help harvest
and thresh his large crop of grain.
Mrs. Lucile Weir, who has been a
patient at the Deaconess hospital for
the past two weeks, was sufficiently
recovered to leave the hospital Mon
day.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Wharton re
turned home Saturday from an ex
tended trip which included points in
the east and also a tour of Glacier
park.
Miss Christine Fuhrman, who has
been attending school at Steele, N. D.,
for the past two years, arrived in
Glasgow Tuesday, leaving for her
home in Glentana the following morn
ing.
Rev. Miss R. J. Dickinson, who has
been spending the past several weeks
at Richel Lodge in the Beartooth
mountains near Red Lodge, returned
home Thursday much improved in
health.
Mrs. H. A. Vagg came down from
Saco last Wednesday and remained
until Saturday in order to attend the
Chautauqua. While in the crity she
was the house guest of her sister, Mrs.
S. C. Small.
Mrs. H. A. Yotter and Mrs. C. R. St.
Clair left Sunday evening for Great
Falls where they will visit for a few
days, leaving in time to attend the
sessions of the Grand Chapter of the
Eastern Star which convenes in Hel
ena August 18 and 19.
R. M. Young left Saturday evening
for Helena to be in attendance at the
meetings of the Masonic bodies which
convened at that place during the
week. Mr. Young spent Sunday in
Great Falls, enroute.
M. G. Henry was a Glentana rancher
in the city on business Tuesday.
K. E. Ponder was up from
Point on Monday.
Wolf j
J. K. Tice was a Wolf Point visitor
here on Tuesday.
E. C. Taylor was in the city Tuesday
from WiUiston, N. D.
Mrs. C. A. Clark of Great Falls ar
rived in the city Monday.
Mrs. Nick Frost was in the city from
Hinsdays Monday, shopping.
Ed W. Groves was here from Hel
ent transacting business Tuesday.
Mrs. Laurie Turner was down from
Hinsdale Monday on a shopping trip.
Mrs. Fred Hober was an arrivel in
the city Monday from Great Falls.
Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Lyth arrived in
the city Monday from Whitewater.
J. Hayes of the Opheim country was
business visitor here Wednesday.
P. J. Marlow was an arrival in
Glasgow Monday from Kansas City,
Mo.
Miss Dolly Morgan was in the city
from Malta shopping the middle of the
week.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Axtel of Eighth
Point were in the city shopping last
Friday.
Edward Dickey was a Glasgow busi
ness arrival from Kalispell on Wed
nesday.
John Rapola from the Glentana com
munity transacted business in the city
Monday.
John Carlson was in from the Bay
lor country Tuesday on matters of
business.
Judge C. E. Comer of Plentywood
spent a couple of days in Glasgow dur
ing the week.
E. K. Hall, attorney of Opheim, was
in the city on matters of business the
middle of the week.
C. E. Clingan, a traveling salesman
from Great Falls was transacting bus
iness here on Monday.
A. A. Gad arrived in the city from
Minneapolis the middle of the week
on matters of business,
Mr. ad Mrs. Ernest Tarrent were
business visitors in the city on Mon
day from Kansas Valley.
Mrs. Jennie Slaven and daughter of
Glentana were in the city on Wednes
day en route to North Dakota.
H. E. Byrum came up from Wolf
Point last Friday to look after his
sheep interests in the Missouri river
country.
Miss Rua Conant left Wednesday
evening to attend the "session of the
grand chapter of the Eastern Star
which is being held in Helena Friday
and Saturday of this week.
Dodge Brothers
sedan
The car's usefulness is admir
ably in keeping with its innate
goodness.
In summer it protects you from
heat; in winter it protects you
from cold. Day in and day out
it insures you against expensive
upkeep and repair costs.
Recent improvements have
greatly increased its sturdiness
and the trim beauty of its
body lines.
CHAS. E. BEHNER
Dodge Brothers Cars and Trucks Glasgow, Mont
•¥
-#■
R. Spence was a Minneapolis arrival
in the city Wednesday.
H. M. Bollum was a Havre business
visitor here Wednesday.
Charles Edwards was a Chicago ar
rival in the city last Friday.
Albert Holton was in the city over
the week-end from Cohagen.
F. Bydeley and family were Scobey
visitors in the city Wednesday.
Joe Laurence was down from Malta
Wednesday on matters of business.
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cumming were
in the city Thursday from Vandalia.
W. L. Thornton was here on matters
of business Wednesday from Avondale.
Miss Cora V. Craig arrived in the
city Thursday from Kansas City, Mo.
Dr. Kromer, the eye specialist of
Helena, spent last Friday in the city.
A. A. Blachmit was an arrival in
Glasgow Tuesday from Yankton, S. D.
C. M. Gillinroy was a Glasgow vis
itor on Sunday from Valley City, N. D
L. C. Hanson was a business visit
or in this city on Saturday from Hins
dale.
J. V. Fields was in from the Lismas
country on Friday purchasing sup
plies.
A. Sundahl, traveling salesman of
Havre, was transacting business here
Tuesday.
G. W. Floyd was here from the Op
heim country on matters of business
Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Young of Chicago
stopped in Glasgow on Wednesday en
route to California.
C. J. Kops of the Kops Music House
of Great Falls was a lousiness visitor
in the city last Friday.
F. C. McWilliams was a business
arrival here the first of the week
from Great Falls.
E. L. Decker was up from Poplar
the first of the week inspecting the
potato crop in this vicinity.
Dora Jones arrived here on Satur
day from Livingston for a visit at
the Dave Frances ranch in the Mis
souri river country.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Burlingame
motored down from Great Falls, arriv
ing in the city Wednesday. They went
out to their ranch on the South bench
the following day to superintend the
threshing of their grain crop.
Mrs. John W. Tattan, mother of J.
J. Tattan of this city, returned to her
home at Fort Benton Sunday evening
after a two weeks' visit here. Miss
Mary Tattan accompanied her and will
spent a few days visiting her grand
parents before school opens in Septem
ber.
W. E. Davis of .Scobey was a Glas
gow visitor Tuesday evening.
Henry Krebsbach of Opheim was a
business visitor in the city yesterday.
Mrs. Leo Schaffer returned Monday
from an extended stay at points in
Oklahoma.
Mrs. H. A. Yotter will entertain the
Art club at her home on Wednesday,
Aug. 30. All members please take no
tice.
Sid Bennett of Scobey and Attor
ney Paul Babcock of Plentywood were
business visitors in the city Tuesday
night.
Peter Marron, pioneer stock man and
prominent politician of Sheridan coun
ty, was a business visitor in the city
yesterday.
George Alsop and E. N. Hill are
expected home today from a three
weeks' fishing trip in the western
part of the state.
W. C. McPhcrson of Nashua, Demo
cratic candidate for nomination for
sheriff, is in town today in the inter
ests of his candidacy.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pierce came down
from Havre Wednesday and are guests
of their son-in-law and (I.lighter, Mr.
and Mrs. Leo Schaffer.
Rev. Henry Praechtner, Catholic
priest at Harlem and Chinook, was a
house guest of Father Finucane of
this city during the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Weber and two
sons, who left in their car six weeks
ago for Nebraska, arrived home Tues
day aftrenoon, returning by way of
Yellowstone park.
Mrs. C. R. St. Clair of Glasgow is
visiting her sister, Mrs. L. E. Jones,
2601 First avenue north, and family,
for a few days. Mrs. St. Clair is on
her way to the state meeting of the
Eastern Star at Helena, where she will
be a delegate of the Glasgow lodge.—
Great Falls Tribune.
The Misses Anna and Ethel Brand
arrived in the city Monday on a re
turn trip from Glacier and Yellow
stone parks. While in the city they
are the guests of Mrs. Effie Divine
and Mrs. Lou Borgen. Miss Anna
Brand was a former music supervisor
in the Glasgow schools.
ClassifiedBusiness
Locals
FOR SALE 32 H. P. Reeves steam
tractor; 30-60 Aultman & Taylor
gas tractor and plows. John David,
Vandalia. 8-10tp.
WANTED—Man with car to sell best
low-priced Cord Tires made. $100.00
per week and expenses. Graham Tire
Co., 2607 Pipestone, Benton Harbor,
Mich. 17-ltp
FOR SALE: One Emerson 12-20
tractor and three bottom plow. New
outfit. A bargain at $850. Coleman
Hardware Co. 17-2tc
FOR SALE—Good bunch of cattle, a
good roan Shorthorn bull included.
A fine animal. W. C. Beede. 17-2tc
FOR RENT—Fine farm, 320 acres;
good six room house, fine well, ten
miles from Nashua, 13 from Glasgow.
Will rent to suit responsible party. W.
C. Beede, Glasgow. 17 2tc
FOR SALE—Threshing outfit, 1 Case
20-40 tractor and Case 28-inch sep
arator in good shape and cheap. In
quire at this office. 17-ltc
WANTED—Girl for housework only.
No cooking or washing. Mrs. M. E.
Knowles, 604 4th Ave. So., Glasgow.
15-tfc
FOR SALE—Ford runabout,
running order. E. J. Kent.
In fine
16-otc
WANTED TO TRADE—Quarter sec
tion Canadian land for threshing
outfit. T. H. Tostenson, Nashua, Mon
tana. 17-3tp
SEND YOUR HEMSTITCHING TO
Mrs. Anna C. Peterson, The Baby
Shop, Havre, Mont. Prices 10 and
12% cents a yard; will return C.O.D.
if desired. 10-tf-p
LOST—One red hog, weight 325 lbs.,
strayed from the slaughter house
east of Glasgow. Reasonable reward
for information regarding same. L.
E. Wells. 16-c
TAKEN UP—Team of mules branded
triangle A on left shoulder. Owner
can have same by paying for this ad.
At Jacob Stein place, 1V£ miles north
of Glentana. 16-c
Between Friends
Not infrequently in financial transactions
between friends, there is a tinge of embar
rasment in requesting a receipt for money
paid.
When obligations are met by check, such
feeling need not enter.
Absolutely no receipt is necessary — the
canceled check in itself is indisputable evi
dence of payment.
Learn from our officers other helpful
features of the pay-by-check policy.
The Glasgow National Bank
Glasgow, Montana
For Sale or Trade
One Flour City tractor, 15-35, in first class shape.
One Reeves 40-60 gas tractor.
Three half sections in Twp. 35 N. Range 33 E., in the
Bowdoin oil structure, 65 per cent farming land.
640 Acres, all of Section 1, Township 142 R. 103, Golden
Valley county, N. D. $10.00 per acre. Mortgage $2600.00.
640 Acres, Sec. 15, Twp. 143 R. 103, Golden Valley, N. D.
$10.00 per acre. Mortgage $2600.00.
640 Acres. Sec. 3, Twp. 142, R. 103, Golden Valley, N. D.
Price $10.00. Mortgage $2600.00.
Will sell or trade any of the above property for Mort
gages, City Property or Horses.
Give us a list of what you have to exchange.
Rundle & Sternhagen
LOG HOUSE
INSURANCE
AGENCV
II grval e. mason, manager.
GLASGOW, MONT.
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We're always glad to see you here
Or your order o'er the phone to hear,
You'll also be glad when you buy
our meat,
And gladder still when you sit down
to eat.
There's A Reason
Glasgow Neat Market
Phone 15
L. E. WELLS
FOR SALF—Two hundred head prime
Rambouillet ewes. Seventy-five head
ewe lambs. For further information
call at Courier office. 17-4tp
FOR SALE—One Emerson 12-20 trac
tor and three bottom plow. New
outfit. A bargain at $850. Coleman
Hardware Co. 17-2tc
Wall Paper
New Patterns
Right Prices
Glasgow Drug Co.

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