The Circle Banner
CIRCLE, DAWSON COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, JULY 30th, 1915
\ 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
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
$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
Sounds like hard times 'eh?
Great Reduction ° Piece Goods
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
All Boy's Summer Union Su ; ts to go at
Fancy white figures on Black ground
Percale, worth 124c, will close out at
One lot Ladies' fine Lisle Tan Hose,value
40c, to dose out at
18c Ratine extra good quality, fast color
Men's fine Lisle Silk finished half Hose
12^ Blue and white plaid cheviot per yd.
All checked apron Gingham at per yd.
All Men's $1.25 Dress Shirts to go at
White and fancy Gur'ain Scrim,121c value
per cent off on all
per cent off on all Men's fancy
$1 25 Men's Leather Gloves to close out at
per cent off on all Remnants in
5 doz.Boy's Bluchers worth 50c at this sale
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
Don't miss this sale as you will get real big values for your money.
have yet taken in
M. O. Seglen
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.
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
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?
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
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
A F rmers' picnic will be held
at Lindsay Sunday August 1st in
connection with the Glendive
Chamber of Commerce Sociability
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
Everyone most cordially invited
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
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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
at a cost of $25,000, has received the
necessary finishing touches this
spring, and is now one of the hand
somest structures of which any expo
sition can boast. The ground about
The "Fruit and Flowers" building
Bounii Over To
niQtr Pt Pmirt I
Ululllul UUUI l j
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lad who stole Miss Groves horse,,
which was to have been held here j
l^gt Saturday did not come off !
Here but a preliminary hearing j
was held a, Giandive, The
was bound over to the next term j
of District Court and being unable j
to furnish bonds w
The case of Buck Simms, the
iU spend his !
time in the county jail until c$mrt
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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
from September 20th to 25th and
tbese big f< ature attractions alone
will well be worth the price of
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; |
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
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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
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
Several small rugs
L ea1 | Jer Rocking Char. 1 .00
6 solid oak dining chairs each 1.35
Child's desk .
i Ironing board.
: " ^° 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
Hanging lamp, Rochester
1 portable Pool table, regu
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
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
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,
The .wheat entered for this contest
Rev. Drovda! Here
Rev. A. J. Drovdal of Stephens,
Minn., was a visitor in the city
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
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Dr. Rochier about one of his
thumbs which had been broken
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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
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
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