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Our Country Cousins | wm. Paris Mr. Elverud is hack in Cannuo Falls Mi: n., on business. Mrs. Anton Livpr has returned from her old home, VV'onenoc, Wig, after an extended visit with friends and relatives Mr, Boyle of Wisconsin, stopped over in Paris Sunday evening Stanfiel and En ! Nelson of White were Paris visitors -Monday. Mr. Apperson and .Mrs. Martin came thru here Tuesday enroule to llyrnes' ou Beauty creek. We also acknowledge a very pleasant visit from Ed. Gallagher Sr., last Sunday. Mrs. Grin Sumner left last week for her former home in Cannon Fulls Minn. Miss Lucy Ritchie and Chas Peacock visited with Chas. Dillard and wife of Timber creek this week. C. E. Hutchinson leaves soon for Miles City. Miss Lucy Ritchie called on Mrs. McMahan Thursday. In the after • noon they rode over to Hutchin son's and upon their arrival there, were treated to the best of ice cream and cake. Both had a jolly good time. The dance at Beach's was well attended. Miss Nellie Johnston is cooking at the Hat X Ranch nowdays C. M. Spooner was down toCiicle Monday making final proof on his homestead. Carrie Ingram is staying on her claim now. She has as guests, two sisters and Miss Fritz all of Brock way. Henry Voerding and sister were over calling at the Doiiaboe ranch Sunday. They were accompanied home by Miss Donahoe who will spend a few days with them. Mr. Voerding is helping Thort son this week with his haying. Our latest, most fashionable and enjoyable amusement is dancing, there being six quite near us in the last week. Gus Haasl and wife spent Friday at the McMahan ranch. Dan Le Valley is on the sick list this week. Quite a number of our neighbor; , are freighting poles from the Big Dry. Morton Durand was over to buy some oats from Scruton Wednesday. "Hugger Face" are n. me from the shearing pens down near Terry. and Jobnie Johnson The school house dance was a decided success, good crowd, good music and good time. There's go ing to be another in the near future, j Don't fail to be on hand. -UM« o FEED ù SALE BARN Castrating Colts a Specialty Long Experience Satisfaction Guaranteed Charges Reasonable Ira S. Tillotson, Prop. Circle. Montana IMfli Horse Creek and Weldon | Joe Braun recently purchased a : new saddle horse from Ray ctuium Misses A met, Coats, De Lapp and the latters mothei were Circle visitors Saturday. A. G. Sime and wife accompan ied by Gladys DeLapp and G. R Taylor made a trip to Cusker's ranch near Wolf Point on Wednes day of last week. Waller, Joe H ru bêck y bad the misfortune of having a collar bone broke last week by a fall from a burse. Mr. and Mrs. Ray La Rowe aie enjoying a visit from the formers aunt. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Cullum spent Sunday with -Mr. Cullmn's brother Ray. Miss Eva Coberly was a guest at the Wagner home over Sunday this week. Bill Bryant and Fred Carter started for the Dakota harvest fields Monday. Ben Jansen ei trtwined a few friends at dinner Sunday. -Miss Eva Coberly entertained Stella Wagner and George Felt at dinner Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Karl took supper with George Felt, one night tliis week. The railroad rumors have been coming fast and furious and from all quarters during the past week and all of them dcc'are that there will be something doing in the very near future. One of these rumors that comes from what would seem to be a pretty reliable source, states that Guthrie and Riley's outfit would start working west from Lambert some time the latter part of this week.—Enid Echo, July 21st. BAND DANCE CIRCLE HALL JULY 31 Music: Stuart's Orchestra Band concert before Dauce Jasper Ewing and from motored Wisconsin leighbor J. son Ba ra boo, Thursday to visit our P. Donahoe. out Jack-Morris leaves soon for Lop Angles, California. Mrs. Debock who has been ill foi some time went to Terry Friday with Bragg, where she will be tin der the care of the Terry hospital. Logan's Suuduyed with Ebeling. The ball game, Paris vs. Watkins was quite interesting. The visiting team won. Score being 11 to 14 THE CIRCLE BANNER Ben M. Larson, Owner and Publisher Entered as second-class matter Nov. Published every Friday at Montana Circle, 27th, 1914, at the post office at Circle, Montana, under the Act of March 3,1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES .82.00 . 81.00 Advertising Rates on Application. One Year . Six Months. The republican press has seized upon Mr. Bryan's resignation as an excuse for giving expression ,o a vasi amount of unnecessary sol icitude. The editors who have made it their business for several decades to point out the menace involved in democratic success are now lying awake nights worrying about the possibility of discord in the democrats household. In somnia is such a frightful disease that the democrats, out of human sympathy if for no other reason, ought to exert themselves to allay these fears. What is there in Mr. Bryan's resignation that can give hope or encouragement to a re publican? No personal element enters into it; it was simply an irreconcilable difference of opinion as to the methods to be employed for settling a dispute which had arisen between this country and Germany. Unless the veracity of both the president and Mr. Bryan is to be impeached, the sole cause of the resignation is set forth in the letter of resignation and in the letter accepting it. This is not like a republican quarrel over office—it is not a con flict between two ambitions. In other words it is nut a Chicago (republican) contest, with two men splitting the party rather than that either should surrender to the other the prize which they both coveted. The fact that the republicans and progressives are 'getting together" without any change in principle or policy shows that it was not a principle or policy that ruptured the party. The president and his secretary of state were seeking to promote peace but they differed as to the methods most likely to result in peace. They agreed to,disagree— they separaten, each respecting the other's position. Their pur poses have not changed—their zeal foi the party's welfare has not abated—they are alike wed ded to the principals and policies for which the democratic p rty stands. 1 he republicans are singularly dull of comprehension it they think that the difference between tiie president and Air. Bryan will rebound to the benerit of the re publican party. —Ex. When "Shears and Starbuck" get hold ol a country newspaper in which the merchants do not advertise they hold a little joy dance. Then they have a thous and or so of their big catalogues shipped to the town by fast mail, "If those merchants in that town don't want the business we do," they remark. And they get it—i how? By advertising.—Ex. Wilson's Last Note The full text of Pres. Wilson's j last note to Gern. any, in which he insists on his first contention, appears in this issue of the Banner. We have given and will continue to give our readers all the news of Ihe European war and the cor respondence in connection with the controversy between this country and Germany while it i« fresh. We are having inquiries for i che-ap deeded lands. List lands, for sale with us. Circle Realty Co., Circle Mont. For Job Printing, call at the Bannet office. 1915 B air Catalogue Is Now to Be Had The 1915 catalogue of the Mon tana *?tat j Fair is off the press and has been mailed to the farmers, stockgrowers and exhibitors in Montana and other states. C<>m pilations from tllis book show that Montant is more liberal in offering premiums than any other state fair In the country when figured on a population basis. The Montana State Fair offered 104c per person in 1914; North Dakota, 4c; Minnesota, 34c; Iowa, 3c; Washington, lie; and L->uisana not even 1c he 1915 compila tions uiil bear out the 1914 pro sortions. The increase since 1912 is in teresting uid shows how Mon tana's institutions are growing. In 1912 there were 6,680 entries in 17 department- ; in 1913 there were 9,323; while in 1914 they amounted to 12,264; or a gain of 84 per cent, in two years. The attenance has increased 20 per cent, in 1 wo yt ars and the reve nue 324 per cent during the same period. This years fair will be held at the accustomed time, the la c t week of September, 20-25. Harvests are later in Montana than in mod states and it it found that late September is the most opportune time for the fair. Indian summer weather frequently defies the equin xial c hange, last year's ex posMion having six days of sun shine and success. Indications point to a better state fair in Mon tana in 1915 than ever before. Cheer Up Lear to laugh—a good laugh is better than medicine. Learn to keep your troubles to yourself—the world is not inter ested in them. Learn to st. p croaking if you can't see any good in the world, keep the bad to yourself. Learn to hide your pains and aches under pleasant smiles no one cares, whether you have headache, earache or rheuma Don't cry, fears do well enough in novels, bul they're out of place in real life. Don't spend your time in regu lating the conduct of others, live as you think others should live and you will be pretty nearly per fect. Lea' n to live your life and let ethers live theirs, tins would be a dull world for you if everyone lived as you wanted him. Don't bother others when they wish to woik, b cause you a>'e a loafer don't iry to force others to become so. If you see others doing what you think is sinful, don't condemn them, y> u may be wrong your self. If you want to reform others try to educate them when you resort to the law, the chances are you'll make law-breakers of then). Lose no chance of t-iving plea sure, remember there is trouble enough to come from others.—Ex. C. S. Ziler was another!© renew his subscription to the Banner this week. - •• • - ——- . WEST END BARN Near West End Bar GEO. RUTTER, Prop. New and Sanitary Concrete Floor New Sheds and Corrals i i « 4 No Danger From Stock Infection <> < < Stop Here When in TERRY I Glendive Market Report I July 27, Furnished by the Occident Elevator Co. j ! $ 1.20 No. 1 Northern wheat No. 2 Northern wheat No. 1 Durum wheat . No. 2 Durum wheat . No. 1 Flax. No. 2 Flax. Oats per cwt. Barley . ;. Rve . Local markets— Eggs 10c 1.17 1.09 1.06 1.41 1.:« 1.25 .49 .75! Butter 20c Church Notice By Rv v. B. F. Bean Circle 11 a. m., Aug. 8th Winkler Schoolhouse 3 p. m. Fountain's 11 a. ni., Aug. 1st Vondett Schoolhouse 3 p. m. jmareand Lost—One brown I colt, mare is branded on left * shoulder and 810 reward same. 7-23 tf Ml on left jaw for return of W. C. Hayes, Lost creek B. H. Davis of Glendive visited with friends here a few days this week. , The Best Place to Eat is at The Circle Restaurant Kethtnan Ù Mamie, Props. Best of Rates Reasonable. = SERVICE I * « : CIRCLE DRAY LINE I : : B. L. SCHULTZ, Proprietor ; DO YOUR DRAYING, GRAVEL HAULING. TEAM WORK OF PRICES ARE Let Us : ALL KINDS. GIVE US A TRIAL. Right I ♦ Î * i Headquarters Feed ù Sale Barn I When in Circle Leave Your Horses With Us. ® We Shall Give Them Our Careful Attention ® Auto Livery In Connection I I I Ormo & Reno, Props., Circle asm»» |£, * Drug Special One Week Only Commencing Monday Aug. 2nd and lasting for one week only we will hold Special Sale on all Drugs such as, Horse Remdies, Cough Medicines,Etc. To clean out at a > 50°|o Off * î Come and get your supply NOW ► PETER RORM Circle O f U IJ'rk f 11 Ip OCII£/LF 1/Lt£< of Stage-Routes : Watkins-Circie Auto Service. CKes. F l-itcher, Prop. ! Leave Watkins 6:30 a. m. j • Leave Circle, 2:00 p. m., on ; Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Satur | days. Watkins-Paris Leave Watkins 8:30 a. m. Leave Paris 1:00 p. m. on Mon days and P'ridays. Connections made withTerry-Circle Auto Stage. Fare 10c Per Mile. Splendid Lost Creek Farm for Sale One of the finest 320 acre farms in the Red water Valley, located over op Lost creek, only 8 miles from Circle. Has good house, large good barn, chicken house, ja No. 1 well, nearly all tillable. Good reasons for selling. For futher information call or write this office.