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Roundup Items Sent in By The Courier's Special Corps of News Gatherers GENEVIEVE The residents of the Genevieve school district have brought up the matter of changing from a summer to a winter term of school. Miss Ruth Tinney, the teacher in charge of the Genevieve school, has handed in her resignation, to take ef fect next month when Miss Tinney ex pects to continue her course in normal training. A feeling of regret is ex pressed over the loss of Miss Tinney, who has made many friends during her short stay in the community. Nora Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Johnson, who expects to leave for Iowa the last of the week, enter tained as her guest Saturday, Agnes Luraas of Barr. In the afternoon the girls attended the confirmation class at the Hatton school house under the direction of Rev. Akre. Elnor Johnson, who is staying at the Clyde Feebeck place, came home Sunday to spend the day with her par ents. Sheriff C. A. Hall was compelled to remain over night at Genevieve on account of the severe rain that over took him Tuesday when on his way to Thoeny and the north country. Jack Hickey, herder for the Hilliary Feebeck sheep outfit, came near losing his life last week when he attempted to walk from the upper ranch to the Feebeck home at Genevieve. Hickey became confused and at last took ref uge in an abandoned shack belonging to Raymond Schüler, and there he was found after four days, without food or water. The old man was in a ser ious condition and as soon as practical Mr. and Mrs. Feebeck took him to Hinsdale for medical attention. Mrs. Ed Johnson went to Hinsdale Tuesday and brought back Robt. Chel man, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Chel maii who was badly injured several months ago while playing with dyna mite caps. Laura Travers, living north of Hins dale, went to Saco Tuesday. Mrs. Dick Hibeck had a narrow es cape from serious injury last week when her team ran away. Mrs. Hibeck Was driving the hay rake when the team started. Fortunately the double trees broke, freeing the team, which ran through three fences before they Could be brought to a stop. Alec Mogan transacted business in Hinsdale Saturday. The John Conlin threshing outfit be gan to work north of Hinsdale the first of the week. The Wm, Arndt outfit expects to start this week. Soon the threshing will be in full swing. A. J. Johnson, U. S. land commis sioner north of Genevieve, was a Hins dale visitor Friday and Saturday. BARR Mrs. Anders Hoist went to Gene vieve the first of the week to do some trading. Clarence Luraas, son of Postmaster Luraas, who is working on the H. O. Lund place on the Milk river, came home Sunday, but as he had made a bet to be back by noon or lose a sum of money, he left at once. Whether he won or lost the bet, we do not know. The heavy wind that accompanied the rain storm of the first of the •week, destroyed the barn belonging to Mike DeWaelsche, but no other damage has been reported. A number of neighbors went to the Canyon Sunday for berries, and spent the afternoon at the Billie Barnes place. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jensen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Kreisel and daugh ter Elsie, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wood ward, of Glasgow, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lick, Charles Rogers and Mr. Barnes. Quantities of berries were found and a good time was reported. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Riggin and chil dren went to Genevieve the first of the week and visited at the Louis Lindbloom place. Agnes Luraas visited Nora John son Saturday, and together the girls attended the confirmation class at the ! Hatton school under the direction of Rev. Akre. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jenson visited at the Phil Cahill place Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Woodward and sons Jimmy and Paul, who have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lick left for their home in Glasgow Wed nesday. We understand that Miss Bessie Dickson, who taught the school on the South Bench last winter, will this year teach the school near the Happy Flats school. LOWER WHITEWATER Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Verbeck re turned Tuesday of last week from an automobile trip through eastern Mon- ! tana and North Dakota. While gone they visted relatives in St. Paul, De troit and other Minnesota points. The Glascock-Hanson threshing out fit started work on Thursday of last week on the East Bench. Their other rig will begin threshing in Lower Whitewater the latter part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. McCord came out to the O. C. Busche place on Thurs day of last week for a short visit. B. Kappel left for Canada on Sun day. He expects to take in threshing. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Albus and sons and Mrs. I^vi Osier took supper with Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Auger in Saco on Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Osier and two daughters took supper with Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Busche Saturday evening. Lewis Verbeck is working with the Glascock-Hanson threshing outfit. Mrs. Levi Osier and two daughters, Mrs. Cela Vest and Mrs. John Ask wald, called at the A. M. Strommen home Thursday afternoon. Lewis Verbeck took the Levi Osier [family to Canada on Sunday where they expect to work through thrv-s-H ing. The Waal family ha* moved on to the Osier place. Andrew Hanson and Mrs. tYla Vest were in Saco on Friday. C. T. Glascock spent Sunday at h °2l e ' r. • . , v, Steve Os.er and John for Canada Sunday with two team* to thresh. The A. G. McCord and 0. C. Fusehe families were Saco callers on Mon day afternoon. A .M. Strommen was a Saw visi tor on Monday. ■n .. . ,. , . o o*l Excitement ran high in Saco Sat-. , , , v j urday afternoon when work reached town that Lorimer Howey was drown ing in Beaver Creek just west of town SACO BOY HAS NARROW ESCAPE FROM DROWNING Lorimer, with several other boys, about his age, went to the bridge west of town for a swim and in some way he got beyond his depth and went j . j. j. j down. One boy ran to town and gave the alarm and another boy ran to the J , . v . section crew which was working about v.„i# „ * ,, half a mile up the track. The crew rushed to the bridge and soon Jerold and Merle Doty Roy Enckson and Joe Steele were diving in search of the bodv and after several efforts bv the body and after several efforts by the boys Jerold located him in about tn r 1 * 4. *i - j 2 feet of water near the middle of the stream nad with the help of the other boys he was brought to shore where Dr. Minnick and several others succeeded in getting him to breathing. He was then taken to town and was unconscious until four o'clock Sunday morning. Lorimer is a boy about 10 years of age. He came from Canada several weeks ago and has been spending his vacation at the home of his uncle, J. K. Bell. He is all right at this time, but owes his life to the quick and will ing action of four section boys who risked their own lives to save him. It was indeed heroic action and these boys will be held in high respect for their good work.—Saco Independent. JOHN ETCHART ATTENDS DIXON HELENA MEETING Editor Glasgow Courier: I attended a state wide meeting of the 1922 Republican clud at Helena last week. This meeting was called for the pur pose of backing up Governor Dixon in his fight to lower the heavy tax burden of the agricultural sections of the state. Friends of Governor Dixon from nearly every county in the state at tended this meeting and enthusiasti cally pledged their endorsement and support. A resolution was passed pledging the organization to support only those candidates for election to the legislature who are fearless and inde pendent and who have come out op enly in their platform promising the voters to support the Governor's pro gram. JOHN ETCHART. "BIG BOSS" HEADS UNIVERSITY HERD "Big Boss," the three year old boar which now heads the Poland China herd of the Montana Agricultural col lege at Bozeman, has won about all the honors which a hog can win at Montana fairs. He won first prize in the pig club class at the Jefferson county fair in 1919, winning with it a free trip for his owner to the State fair. He was first in the spring boar pig class there, and grand champion over all breeds, as well as first in the open class and junior champion of the. fair * I In 1921 he stood second to the grand champion at the State fair at Helena, ! but went down to the Midland Empire fair at Billings, the following week, and was placed first over the boar , t, , . beat him at Helena. There is not much left m Montana for "Big Boss" to win. "Big Boss" was bred by H. Walter, of Townsend, Boardwater county, and. was sold to Harold Donohoe of White hall, a member of the Jefferson County Pig clb, to carry through a pig club project. The pig was farrowed April 6, 1919, and Harold bought him when he was 59 days old. At that time he weighed 24 pounds. On September 1, Harold weighed him, and he tipped the scales at 225 pounds. During the per iod from June 4 to September 1, 89 days, he gained 2.25 pounds per day. When showed at last season's fairs, he weighed in the 900 notch, being just j past two years of age. Harold was a lad of 18 when ho bought the boar, but he had ability to grow him into a wonderful hog. An Iowa breeder offered Harold $500 for the pig in 1919, but Harold would not i let him go out of Montana. He sold him last^ December to the University of Montana for $100. where the boar is now working at the job of improv ing Montana swine. Harold now has seven sows which are the get of "Big Boss." Teacher—Where is your penwiper, Peter? Peter— I don't know. I never use it since I got my black suit. J. L. TRUSCOTT Heavy Hardware and Farm Machinery Lands for Sale or Rent GLASGOW. MONTANA (\)\ (Î, O-ARI KtUhli K bus - v wt!i kw requesting ^ Mr Indiana at ^ ^ ^ WANTO IX INDIANA The R k ! ùx V £<.ns- yltv* of Fer gus ivw:,« » let ter ad&eotferô Hvv Carl KkMic'*.. wtK» (s Ww ui the state ampaign to etevc tVrtwr States Senator Albert J. IVvvruijfv and the Indiana congressmen. The letter b frvm the speakers' bu reau of the KepuMu*an National com mittee and says in part : "The repub lican organization in Indiana insists upon having your help in their cam paign. Whether Congressman Riddick will , Î . , ,. have any time to give to the Indiana campaign or not is a problem he alone can solve. He is a pretty busy man just at present, and will probably finish his primary campaign in Mon tana next week and return to Wash ington. , . The lower house of congress recon vene( , after a recegs f , k T , , , u * Tuesday, but the members who re , . ,, „ - , Isponded to roll call found that there was no business for them to transact. Mr Riddick has wired ' the h(>use ^ hß u return P to Wagh . • ^ . - ^ at ° nCe Sh ° uld any buslness of importance come before his branch of Lu« u « j „ the national body. Ben—The fact is, you spend too much money. Beatrice—No, sweetest, you don't make enough. In 3 Week« Falling Hair Stop» The only sure, safe way we know to over come falling hair and baldness is to remove the Infected Sebum. We can now supply you a signed guaran tee, with a package of Van Ess. and that will positively stop falling j hair and surely make ' new hair grow. For the roots are still alive and 91 out of 100 tests actually proved that Van Ess will grow new hair and quickly stop falling hair. Be sure to get Van Ess, the only product we know that will not fail. Uquid Scalp Massage, with a special ap plicator which insures perfect success in operation, is sold on a positive guaran tee. which we will sign for you. Be sure to get started at once—Van Ess will not disappoint you. Hall Drug Company Van Ess WELLINGTON D. RANKIN Candidate for U. S. Senator REPUBLICAN TICKET Wellington D. Rankin was born on a ranch near Migsoul Montana . He was graduai from the University of Montana, Harvard College and Har ^ard Law School. He was engaged in private practice of law in Helena for thirteen years and is recognized as ? r ne . of Montana's ablest trial lawyers. j";® 13 Z Amerl . ca " M" 'gion, having enlisted as a private in the Tank Corps. He was a member of the State Board of Law Examiners, having been appointed by the Supreme Court. For several years he has been President of the Lewis and Clark Bar Association. He has been Attorney General of Montana since January, 1921. (Circulated and paid for by "Rankin for United States Senator Club," W. A. Tatem, Secretary-Treasurer.) Aug. 11, 18, 25. A Stack of WHEATS With a Side of Bacon They Cannot Be Beat at BADGE'S GRILL Political Announcements Lincoln Working announces that he will be a candidate for re-election as County Attorney. Published June 5>, to Aug. 25, incl FOR CLERK AND RECORDER To the Voters of Valley County: I hereby announce myself a candi date for re-nomination on the Republi can ticket for the office of County Clerk and Recorder subject to the will of the voters at the primary elec tion to be held on August 29th, 1922, Your vote and support will be appre ciated. LOU E. BRETZKE. July 21, Aug. 25, incl. FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE To the Voters of Valley County: I hereby announce my candidacy for State Representative from Valley County on the Republican ticket sub ject to the wishes of the voters at hte August primaries. WILLIAM M. RUFFCORN. July 28-Aug. 25, incl. FOR REPRESENTATIVE I hereby announce myself as a can didate for re-election as State Rep resentative from Valley county. If nominated and elected I will stand for a just and economical administration K. H. KNUDSVIG. ANNOUNCEMENT FOR SHERIFF _ I hereby announce that I am a con idate for re-election as Sheriff subject to the wishes of the Republican elec tors at the primary election, August 29tfy. If nominated and! elected I pledge myself to an economical admin istration and strict enforcement of the C. A. HALL. July 21, Aug 25, Incl. TO THE VOTERS OF VALLEY COUNTY I hereby announce that I am a can didate for the Republican nomination for county attorney of Valley county subject to the wishes of the voters at the August primaries. CLARENCE H. ROBERTS, Published June 9 - Aug. 25, incl. FOR STATE SENATOR I hereby announce myself as a can didate for the. office of State Sentor, subject to the wishes of the Democrat ic electors at the primaries on August 29th. PETER PETERSON. July 14 to Aug. 25. incl. TO THE VOTERS OF VALLEY COUNTY I hereby announce that I will be a candidate for State Senator on the Republican ticket. If nominated and elected, will support Governor Dixon's administration and use my best efforts to pass constructive legislation to ward reduction of taxation and econ omy in government. JOHN ETCHART. Pub. June 2—Aug. 25, incl. TO THE VOTERS OF VALLEY COUNTY I hereby announce that I will be a candidate for re-election as State Representative 4 on the Republican ticket. If nominated and elected, I will support the administrative policies of Governor Dixon and exert every ef fort to secure the enactment of con structive legislation to accomplish tax equalization and reduction, and econ omy in government. F. B. GILLETTE. Pub. June 2,—Aug. 25, Incl. FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT I am a candidate for the Republican nomination for County Superintendent of Schools subject to the wishes of the voters of Valley county at the August 29th primaries. OLIVIA FORSTER PATTON. _ Glasgow, Montana. FOR COUNTY TREASURER To the Voters of Valley County: I hereby announce my candidacy for the Republican nomination for the of For Light Wines and Beer Government Guarantee of Bank Deposits HARRISON T. McCONNELL Republican Candidate for Representative in Second District CONGRESS Political Adv. flee of County Treasurer subject to th«> wishes of the voters at the Pri mary Meet ton to be held on August respectfully solicit 2!>th, 1922, and your support. W. L. FRAZIER. FOR STATE SENATOR To the Voters of Valley County: I hereby announce my candidacy for the Republican nomination for the of fice of State Senator subject to the wishes of the voters at the August primaries, and respectfully solicit your support. MATT MURRAY, tf Glasgow, Montana. FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT I hereby announce that I will be a candidate for County Superintendent on the Republican ticket subject to the wishes of the voters at the Aug ust primaries. LILLIAN BETZ. July 28-Aug. 25, incl. ANNOUNCEMENT FOR SHERIFF I am a candidate for the Republican nomination for Sheriff, and will ap preciate your support in the primaries, If nominated and elected will endea vor to give economical enforcement of the law. H. H. SEELEY. July 15-Aug. 25, incl. FOR CLERK AND RECORDER I am a candidate for the Republican nomination for County Clerk and Re corder, subject to the will of the vot ers at the August 29 primaries Your support and vote solicited. J. W. BARR. Glasgow, Montana 9-tfc TO THE VOTERS OF VALLEY COUNTY I hereby announce my candidacy for the Republican nomination for state senator of Valley county, and respectfully ask your support at the primaries. I have lived and farmed here for the past twelve years and believe I know the needs of the people as well as anyone else. Realizing that farming is the fun damenal fact of Valley county, I will if sustained at the polls, pledge you my entire time and energy for the upbuilding of that industry, and stand for equal justice for all without fear or favor. Yours for a square deal, C. M. PETERSON. Published June 9, Aug 25, incl. FOR MEMBER OF HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES I wish to announce my candidacy for the Democratic nomination for Member of the House of Representa tives from Valley county subject to the wishes of the voters at the August 29th primaries. W. H. PATTERSON, Eighth Point, Mcnt. Aug. 4 tf. FOR COUNTY TREASURER I hereby announce my candidacy for the Democratic nomination for the of fice of county treasurer subject to the wishes of the voters of Valley county at the August 29th primaries. J. L. Truscott, Glasgow, Montana Aug. 4 tf FOR CLERK AND RECORDER Your vote and support are solicited in behalf of my candidacy for clerk and recorder on the Democratic ticket. If I am elected I promise the taxpayers courteous and economical attention to the affairs of the office. CHARLES C. TAYLOR. Aug. 11, 18, 25. FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE I wish to announce my candidacy for the Democratic nomination for the of fiee of Representative in the State Legislature, subject to the wishes of the voters at the August 29th pri maries. MRS. JOHN WILLIS, Glasgow, Montana. FOR CONSTABLE I am a candidate for the Republi can nomination for the office of Con stable of Glasgow township subject to the wishes of the voters at the August 29th primaries. MRS. LUCY K. SPACE, Glasgow, Montana. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER I hereby announce my candidacy for the Republican nomination for the of fice of County Commissioner subject to the wishes of the voters at the Aug ust 29th primaries. CARL J. ANDERSON, Opheim, Montana. FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR I hereby announce my candidacy for the Republican nomination for the of fice of county surveyor subject to the wishes of the voters at the August 29th primaries. W. H. MANN, Glasgow, Montana. FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE I wish to announce my candidacy for the Democratic nomination for the of fice of Representative in the State Legislature subject to the wishes of the voters at the August primaries. I have served two terms before, and feel that I am able to serve the taxpayers better than a new candidate. M. SEKTNAN. Aug. 18, 25. FOR CLERK AND RECORDER I hereby announce that I will be a candidate for the Republican nomina tion for the office of Clerk and Re corder, subject to the wishes of the voters at the August 29th primaries. C. W. KAMPFER. Pub. Aug. 18, 25. THE UNIVERSAL TRACTOR j» V ^\Y m F.O.B. DETROIT Buy Your Fordson NOW At this amazingly low price you can 't afford to wait another day for your Fordson Tractor. There is no tractor made that can approach the money value of the Fordson. Nor is there a Tractor made that can do more work for you. Remember, the very day your Fordson arrives, it is ready for any one of the 101 jobs it can - do— either as a tractor or a stationary power plant. The Fordson has proved to the 170,(XX) owners that it has not only cut the cost of field work 30% to 50$ but that it has made substantial savings on every job to which it is put. Fordson figures are interesting-money-savers, labor-saving, drudgery-saving facts you ought to know. Come in, phone or write today. Grossman Notor Co. We Hope You Will Read This— There are many people in Glasgow who are de priving themselves of the advantages of a check ing account because they think their income is too small or because they have an idea that there is a lot of red tape about opening an account. The size of your income does not matter and it takes about a minute to open an account. After that you can be systematic about the money you receive and pay out, you will have a legal receipt for every dollar expended, you can enjoy the con veniences and safety of paying bills by check. Start your account tomorrow—here! Farmers-Stockgrowers Bank fJOHN W. STANTON^ Democrat FOR CHIEF JUSTICE is a pioneer lawyer of Montana. His "cord: City attorney of Great tails, five terms, never lost a ease. Unanimously recom mended in 1919 by Great Falls Bar association, 75 per cent re Publican, for district judge. His record in handling many and difficult land cases in north ern and central Montana ha* stamped him as one of the great •noyers of the state."—Great Falls Tribune, June 26, 1922. John W. Stanton has an im peccable record of 25 years' active legal practice in Montana (Circulated and Paid for by the Stanton for Justice Club) There is seldom an elevator for those who are coaxed in "on the ground floor."