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-#e CIRCLE, DAWSON COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, JULY 30th, 1915 VOLUME 1 NUMBER 36 Charged with \ ranch last Friday by Sheriff Twi '* ble and brot to this place. Mr. Gass was charged with Stealing and branding two colts belonging to Mr. Ritchie. He was brot before local Justice Suiter, bound over to the next term of District Court, but released upon Upon complaint muaeby Homer Ritchie of Paris, Will Gass of Prärie Elk was arrested at his waived examination and was furnishing a bond. Hail Storm Hits Stony Butte Country Henry Johnson and Wilber Ward were in town yesterday from thr Stony Butte creek coun and that hail a and wind slorm passed over their section of the country on Wed nesday, damaging crops. Mr. Wards field was struck the hardest with an estimated loss of 50 per c<mt and Henry Johnson suffered a kss of about one third. These are the only ones known to be damaged at this writing. The same storm passed over Cir cle but only had a little rain and wind. $20,000 Spent for Autos Did you know that there 1ms been about $20,000 spent for auto mobiles by residents of the Red water Valley this summer? Wm. Sutter the local Ford man has sold 16 Fords this summer, and George Pederson the Empire agent, has disposed of 7 cars and there has been a number < f other cars sold. Sounds like hard times 'eh? B A Great Reduction ° Piece Goods \ D I And Odds and Ends to make room for our heavy fall stock, which is coming in from now on. Sale to start Monday Aug. 2nd and Continues for Two Weeks 5 doz. Boy's Dress Shirts value 65c, to close out at Simpson's best prints, m light and fancy pink, 500 yards to go at, per yard 4tlc 5lc P All Boy's Summer Union Su ; ts to go at Fancy white figures on Black ground Percale, worth 124c, will close out at 25c 9c I One lot Ladies' fine Lisle Tan Hose,value 40c, to dose out at 18c Ratine extra good quality, fast color R 25c 12c Men's fine Lisle Silk finished half Hose 12^ Blue and white plaid cheviot per yd. 25c 10c All checked apron Gingham at per yd. All Men's $1.25 Dress Shirts to go at I 8c $ 1.00 White and fancy Gur'ain Scrim,121c value 25 Men's Hats per cent off on all per cent off on all Men's fancy worsted Trousers $1 25 Men's Leather Gloves to close out at 10c 25 per cent off on all Remnants in Summer Goods 5 doz.Boy's Bluchers worth 50c at this sale 20 N V 90c 35c ï - Tne above together with other bargains must move out of our Store, as we will need room for our Fall Stock which will be the biggest and finest at Circle. Don't miss this sale as you will get real big values for your money. T have yet taken in i we i M. O. Seglen MONT. CIRCLE 4 Albert Hamden a prominent farmer from up near Brock way was struck by lightning yesterday afternoon while hauling home a load of hay, and if it hadn't been for the timely arrival of his wife, would likely have had a still closer call as the lightning set fire to | ' TheVhtning' struck Mr. Hamden on I the right shoulder burning down his : entire right side, from the knee down ; being burned the worst, knocking him ! down.tearinfr of his sh°e a nd complete ly parahzmg him so he could not move. I Shortly after the accident, he noticed smoke arising from the hay but was unable to move. near him As luck would have it, Mrs. Hamden happened to see the accident, hurried to his assistance and managed to get him off the load, unhooked the horses and started pitching off the hay but the that she had to give it up and the load together with the wagon burned up. fire had already gotten such a start she then managed to get him to the house and sent W( >rd for Dr. Koehler who went nut and dressed his wounds. It is expected that Mr. Hamden will re cover, but it certainly was a close call, Eastburn New Justice At the last, meeting of the Board of County Commissioners, D. L. Eastburn was appointed Justice of the Peace for Ciide township. We made no mention of the fact last week as Mr. Eastburn was undecided as to whelher or not to accept, but informs us this week that he ha -' dec ded to quali fy , When the board appointed Mr. Eastburn they selected a man well qualified for the office. Why spend so many da.s of tiresome riding in this hot weath er looking for that lost horse when and ad in thr Banner, which is read in nearly every home in the R dwater Valley will do the I work at a very small cost? Entertain Woodmen At the regular meeting « f the R. N. A. Roundup Camp of this piace last Saiurday it was decided bv the ladies to entertain the members of the local Woodmeß Camp on Saturday evening Aug ust 7tb, and from what we under stand it's going to be ''some affair" too. The event will take place at the | Circle Hall immediately after the Woodmen meeting Saturday eve ning August 7th. All Woodmen and their wives and all Royal ! Neighbors and their husbands are cordially invited to attend. Tlie ladies assure you there will be Jols of d thjngs to ea t and ora ig une. are making elaborate preparations Big A F rmers' picnic will be held at Lindsay Sunday August 1st in connection with the Glendive Chamber of Commerce Sociability Run. Fifty dollars in prizes are to be given for outdoor sports and con tests such as Base ball game, races, broncho riding, etc., Big picnic dinner at one o'clock. Lemonade and ice cream to be served free. Everyone most cordially invited to come. From the present weather out look it appears as if everything would be ideal for big crops and rnuch of the real Montana prom p e rity. This should mean a good showing at the Montana State Fair this year from this section. MONTANA'S HORTICULTURAL BUILDING AT STATE FAIR % m * m ps Wi ill # ' •. ü %c7 \ "jK: . ■> Ï.*: 'Miß®: <\ -_ _ ' <***-*&£ .. ' -i.r Cf «■ Mm The new Horticultural building at tbe Montana State Fair grounds at Helena, which was erected last year it has been graded and made into a lawn, with driveways running through -hown in the accompanying pic-1 'll »he auto, which is a Stude u. at a cost of $25,000, has received the necessary finishing touches this spring, and is now one of the hand somest structures of which any expo sition can boast. The ground about The "Fruit and Flowers" building Bounii Over To , niQtr Pt Pmirt I Ululllul UUUI l j , , x , . _ , lad who stole Miss Groves horse,, which was to have been held here j l^gt Saturday did not come off ! Here but a preliminary hearing j was held a, Giandive, The was bound over to the next term j of District Court and being unable j to furnish bonds w The case of Buck Simms, the iU spend his ! time in the county jail until c$mrt „ , * . Big Outdoor Attractions Helena, Mont., July—(Special) The big free outdoor attractions which the Montana State Fair has contracted for this year repre sent a greater outlay of money, and a correspondingly higher class. of entertainment than ever before in the history of the institution. The State Fair will be in Helena I convenes. 1 \ I I from September 20th to 25th and tbese big f< ature attractions alone will well be worth the price of admission. Among them is "Motor Mad-1 ness," a race between motorcy cles in a swaying track hiph in the air and slung between two tele graph poles; Mone de (Jarno, who j performs wonderful balancing | feats upon the top of a 150-fuot pole which »as no support what ever; the Fisher Sisters, aerUl artists; the Bonhomor Arabs, dare devil and tumbling sons of the desert: ihe Namba Family, Japan-1 ese acrobats; the Real Harmony Quartet, harmony jubilee singers; | I bats and the Four Flying Valen tinos, in the greatest comedy cast ing act in America. This program will equal that of any three ring circus and will prove interesting and entertaining to the occupants of the grand stand and bleachers at the Fair. Change In Schedule Guy F. Burdett who is oper ating the Circle-Glendive Auto Stage has changed his schedule so it is now just the oposite to what it was. He now 7 leaves Glendive in the morning at 9 o'clock and leaves Circle at 2:30 p. ra., having found it to he more convenient to work it that way. I baker six, five-passenger car, just ! one size smaller than the Studebaker ! car the State Fair is offering as the : prize for the best five sheaves and lone bushel of wheat exhibited this , , . , j freight and passenger agent of the I Northern Pacific railroad; George S. j Rheem of Sheafmoid fame; J. H. Nor-1 they of the Studebaker Corporation of America: Pete Snelson, secretary, and R. S. Skinner, assistant secre tary, of the Montana State Fair. It is expected that the $1,565 seven passenger Studebaker six, which will be given for the best wheat displayed fall, are; W. H. Merriman, district BARGAINS Mrs. Guy C. Stephens offers the 1° lowing articles for sale at pri V atp sale at her home in Circle. 1 new 1 iano.$320.00 1 kitchen Cabinet.$20.00 | rangr , w ith reservoir .25.00 2 heating stoves each 1 cupboard . Stove zinc. .. p e j. Mattress., Five large Rugs from $7 to 15.00 .9.00 , 2.00 ...1.60 » . 2.00 1.00 7.00 Several small rugs L ea1 | Jer Rocking Char. 1 .00 6 solid oak dining chairs each 1.35 Child's desk . China closet. Carpet sweeper. i Ironing board. Xent 7x9 : " ^° rSe Qjj ver typewriter Typewriter desk and chair ..Ï0.0O Fruit jars, oil cans, etc. 3 Saddles.$5, $15 and $20 Power washing machine for Gas engine. Hanging lamp, Rochester burner. . 2.00 20.00 .. 1.00 . 1.00 .. '.00 22.001 ..4.00 25.00 ,5.00 ..1.50 .20.00 1 portable Pool table, regu ktim size ARE YOU GOING TO BUILÖ? It wont be long before you will need that granary. Better come in before the rush of harvesting is on and let us quote you prices on material delivered either at Glendive or Circle II Is always complete and the prices are right. Special prices on case lots. When in need of anything come and see us. Highest prices paid for Butter and Eggs. Good Service, Good Goods at RIGHT PRICES Circle Cash Grocery : at the Fair, will bring in an exception ally large number of entries, not only because of the value of the car it se * ; ' because the present season, being one ot magnificent crops, will naturally make it possible for a great many more farmers to enter for the event than if it were an off year. will' be used for the purpose of ploiting the agricultural resources of Montana throughout the Eastern states. Another wheat prize is a G'*-' lumbus wagon, offered by the Ij ■■ national Harvester company of t!mer ica. The 1915 fair dates are Sept, 20-25. The .wheat entered for this contest ■- -, Rev. Drovda! Here Rev. A. J. Drovdal of Stephens, Minn., was a visitor in the city Wednesday. * Rev. Drovdal is a United Luth eran Pastor and at present lias charge of several congregations at Stephens Minn., but is looking up a rft*w location and having heard a good deal of Circle came out to look over the field. Rev- Drovda] was well pleased with our thriving little city and may decide to locate here. caught in the rope and it was , , . Dr. Rochier about one of his thumbs which had been broken 0 f f . Mr. Payne from up on Prairie Elk came down Tuesday to see Mr. P,.yne had been holding a broncho by the halter rope when the horse jerked away from him with the resul! that his thumb snapped off. Some women are awfully touchy. A woman has brought an action agains! a pap^r which said that her husband hud gone to a hap pi,-r home.—Ex.