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Our job Dopartaicat it Complete Give at y out next Order Largest Circulation of any Newspaper in The Redwater Valley CIRCLE, DAWSON COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 6th, 1915 NUMBER 37 VOLUME 1 Popular Circle Couple Weds Although we are getting kind of used to having some of our young folks locating .c pectedly an^ getting married, one of the smoothest and clev erest stunts was pulled off by Miss Nellie Hagestad 'and Olaf ^.»Reno, two popular young people of this place, who are now mar ried. unex On July 17th the above men tinned couple left Circle in Mr. Reno's car bound north for parts unknown to anyone here, staling they would be gone a week or so. However it got to be a pretty long week, as they havn't returned yet but of course we all thought they had something extraordinary un their minds when they left, and this week comes the news—that they were married at Glasgow on Monday, July 19th, after which they immediately left for points in N. Dak,, and Minn., on a "Honey moon" but are expected home again in a few days. Miss Hagestad is a very populai young lady and well known here in Circle and vicinity, having taught the upper grades in the local school the last term and ever since made Circle her home. Mr Reno is one of Circle's en lerprising young business men, owning halt-interest in the Head quarters Feed and Sale Barn, ami one of Circle's oldest residents. having-proved up on a valuable claim about a mile south of town, The Banner joins with the many o-i g ., . . . . friends of the newiy weds in wish , , mg them a most happy and pros perous journey through life. Jas. Brock way from that hust ling little burg of Brockway was a visitor in town Tuesday. I < i 1 i i i i i J ( i i i> i i i J! g - 1 ' • ! I Great Reduction 2 Piece Goods I i > our heavy fall Sale to start And Odds and Ends to make room for stock, which is coming in from now on. Monday Aug. 2nd and Continues for Two Weeks 5 doz. Boy's Dress Shirts value 65c, to close out at md fancy Simpson's best prints, in light pink, 500 yards to go at, per yard 4(Jc 5k i > All Boy's Summer Union Suits to go at Fancy white figures on Black ground Percale, worth 12ic, will close out at 25c 9c One lot Ladies' fine Lisle Tan Hose.value 40c, to close out al 18c Rati'-e extra good quality, fast color « i 25c 12c 12$ Blue and white plaid cheviot per yd. Men's fine Lisle Silk finished half Hose 25c 10c All checked apron Gingham at per yd. All Men's $1.25 Dress Shirts to go at $ 1.00 White and fancy Gur ain Scrim,12$c value it) per cent off on all Men's Hats per cent off on all Men's fancy worsted Trousers $1 25 Men's Leather Gloves to close out at 10c e per cent off on all Remnants in Summer Goods 5 doz.Boy's Bluchers worth 50c at this sale 20 90c 35c 1 j j The 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 we have yet taken in I I at Circle. ■ ' Don't miss this sale as you will get real big values for your money. !! 1 M. O. Seglen MONT. CIRCLE Serious Accident Ole Peterson - of McGuire met with a serious accident last- Satur day evening which resulted in Mr. Peterson was riding a bron broken collar bone. cho, belonging to Arnold Lee, on his way to a dance at Tracey's when the horse stumbled while loping along on the smooth prai rie, the horse taking a complete somersault and in the fall Mr. Peterson's right cellar bone was broken. Mr. Peterson came down to Circle Tuesday and consulted | doctor Koehle. and is getting : along fairly well, but will be un- \ able to do any work for about six : weeks at least, Builds Addition to Store The Ciicle Mercantile Co., have had an addition built to their large store the past week which will be used for a store room. Mr. Sorg stated to the reporter that business was constantly grow ing and therefore was compelled to build in order to make room Louis Sieff Jr, of McGuire, re ce.ved the sad news of ni £ fathers d ««>'ast week attd left named. f ely for ,he l ' a,t » a,tend the fu ° era, s . , , , Mr - Sl f, Sr - « »«*"*«• "" a we " k ."°*" st< ï k „ ma ". re ' s ' ' ng 01 -- a a is, , mn., and one oi the first settlers in the « . v Keu Kiver vane >. for their stock. Called East Binder Iwine For Manila and McCormick Standard Binding twine call on us. Prices rea sonable. B. N. STONEY, CIRCLE MONT, Circle Gun Club Organized On Wednesday of this week a ^ eiV °f tke ideal sportsmen got to elker and canvassed the town to see how many were williflg to i°^ n die organization of a loc.il Gun Club and within a short time ^ad over 15 members signed up. It's rather late for organizing a 8 un f° r ^is season but, bet ter ^ ate tkan never > as °ld say in S S oes - A Blue R ^ ck tra P etc , nas already been ordered There are several crack shots among the boys m town and some have neve [ tned their luck a f ,r ® p shooting but we bet there 11 be lots of fun especially fur the amateurs, when the trap gets here so they can try their luck. Seven Filings In One Day day in U. S. Commissioner Ror v ik's office, there being seven different ones filing on some of Unc i e Sam > s so n. They are as follows: jy[i ss Mary Tracey, Chas. Tracey, Mrs. John M. Tracey, Harry Tracey, Eg Payne, Moses Kvan, M ,ss L „ C y Ritchte, Others who have recently Wed on homesteads are Henry Itaby, Watt,ns; Darnel Bartley, Weldon; Alf Magistad, Weldon; Ed. Red wa t er Redwater; Michael Body , _ _ T „ , Cirde: B. H. Bendickson. Circle. Last Wednesday was a busy Weldon Paris We understand a warm recep tion is in store for the newly- weds upon their arrival. MONTANA IS CHAMPION HORSE STATE RAGE FOR $10,000 > ■ & - 1 The present excellent market for breeds each year, and has been a sup horses has aroused new interest ply point for those who are either just among breeders throughout the coun- embarking in the breeding business try, Montana has sent thousands of or who are desirous of changing their ...... ir , strains. This year the exhibits in the horses to the armies of Europe and m horse ^ promlse t0 be bigger than a : on to that the home market has ever before Nearly $2,500 in cash been exceptional for months past, i or premiums is offered. The accompany years the horse department of the mg picture shows three prize winners Montana State Fair at Helena has of- j at the 1914 Horse Show at the Montana t6red the breeders of the state a exposition. The Fair this yçar will Chance to see the best grades of many | be held Sept. 20-25. -,V Hi V [ h GIRLS RELAY RACE. p^raship ot the world will be one of :ue features of the Montana |tate Fair, which will be held in Helena f£bm Sept. 20 to 25. The race will fca run during three uays of the fair in half-mile relays and some of the „.jii ces. riders in .he country will take pan Among them, of course, will be ranny Sperry Steele, the Montana rider who has won first money in ladies' relay races and bucking con-1 ; A ladies' relay race for the cham ♦ A Montana Trip Bloomfield, Neb., July 12, 1915. Editor Monitor: Having just returned from a trip up to Montana, I take this op portunity to give you a few im pressions of that country. 'Fifst Wt -pent Monday, July 5th, at Redwater, an inland town 65 miles from Glendive, where they had a rousing Fourth of July celebration which put me in mind of the old Bloomfield way of celebrating in the early days. ReJwater has but one country store and an implement house, yet there were at this town on July [ j 5th ab. ut 1,000 people. ! Horse racing, two ball gamer, bucking bronco riding, picnic din ner, picnic supper and bowery dancing were the principal events of the day. team, of which Sam funk. Owen 1 Funk and Murray Dolphin, old Bloomfield boys were members knocked the ball so far their op ponents could not find it. Funk, Known as Red" got five hits during the game. The writer had the pleasure of meeting a lot of old Bloomfied people, all of whom seemed heal thy and doing well. Among those ! whom 1 saw r , were Mr. and Mrs. 1 Stuart and Mrs. Geo Bailantyne, 1 j Mr. and Mrs. M O. Lanam, Mr. i ; and Mrs. Frank Coryell, Mr. and I ! Mrs. John McQuistan, Mr. and Mrs. Murray Dolphin, Mr and Mrs. Joe Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Slone, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Funk, i Sam Funk, Miss Emma Thomas, j Kinley Dolphin, Geo. Roberts, Lud I Ludstrom, Mr. and Mrs. Will Boje the Misses Marion and Martha Jurgensen, Enoch and Chas. Bush Miss Agnes Ballentine and Will A. Needham and children, Vera, Mil dred and Paul They all wished to be remembered to Bloomfield friends, and 1 take this means of so expressing their wishes as it will be impossible to see and talk to everyone regarding Montana ! and the friends who are there. W'hile in that country I certain ly had the Montana appetite and could eat and sleep wherever and whenever I had the chance. While looking over the country we got lost one night and, of course, eventually circled around and came back to the place where we started from. So that night we slept in a sheep wagon. woke up at 3 o'clock and started I The Hamblin bail Owen Vv'e tests in Calgary, Winnipeg. Pendleton, Ore., and everywhere else where she has ever entered. Ruth Parton of Washington is an otber wor ; d famous relay rider who is expected to take part. Miss Parton has won most of the ladies' relay races (which have been held west of the Rocky mountains for several years paat - . There are a number of other young VV omen relay riders in Montana who bave 8trjngs in tbe state fair race j g probable that a cowboys' relay race also will be arranged for the State* Fair. Sounds Good to Us Here is a letter we received the other day from James Ratter of Redwater, which speaks for itself as to how be like? the Banner; Redwater, Montana July 20. 191 o. Circle Banner, Circle, Montana. Dear Sir:— My comes addressed to Jim Patter, which should be Jim Ratter. We might just as well get started right for I will more than likely take your paper f„r S' metime Yours Truly James P. Ratter. again and rode 40 miles before breakfast. My advice is: "Go west young man" and get a piece of Uncle Sam's good old mother earth! J. W. Dart. —Bloomfield, (Neb.) Monitor. ARE YOU GOING TO BUILD? 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 OUR GROCERY LINE 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 Big Purses Offered for Speed at Montana Sfafe Fair. Ten thoiisaiid dollars and perhaps more will be offered for the running end harness races at the Montana State Pair to be held in Helena Sept - 20 to 25. There will be harness races - in which the very best horses in the ; Northwest will take part, and in addi- ; tion there will be from twenty to twenty-five running races, and perhaps mere, during the week if there are present sufficient horses to justify it. The Montana State Fair, the Spo kane Inter State Pair, the Western Montana Fair at Missoula, the Raval ii County Fair at Hamilton, the Park county ' Kair at U tfing8ton and the Powell County Fair at Deer bodge of fer a six weeks' running circuit to horsemen with purses sufficient to draw a large number of high class anim'als. At the Montana State Fair there be races which offer unusual purses and which will mllc k to draw running horses into this section of the country. There are in tbe neighborhood of fifty running Mörses owned in Montana, the own ers of which have already signified fbeir mtention of entering for the State e air races, hndv'« fair Doa > 8 fair, professional man and worker». Every body comes and everybody is welcome, The Montana State Fair is every farmer, business man. BARGAINS Mrs. Guy C. Stephens offers the fo lowing articles for sale at pri vate sale at her home in Circle. 1 new Piano. 1 kitchen Cabinet . 1 rang, with reservoir 2 heating stoves each. Stove zinc. Fireless cooker. Five large Rugs from §7 to 15.00 Several small rugs Leather Rocking Char 6 solid oak dining chairs each 1.35 Child's desk . China closet. $320.00 ..$ 20.00 ...25.00 .9.00 1.00 . 2.00 7.00 , 2.00 20.00 Carpet sweeper. Cultivator, 2-horse Office desk. Oliver typewriter . Typewriter desk and chair... 10.00 Fruit jars, oil cans, etc. 2 Saddles.. Power washing machine for Gas engine. Hanging lamp, Rochester burner. 1 portable Pool table, regu lation size.. 1.00 . 22.00 .4.00 .25.00 $15 and $20 .5.00 1.50 20.00 For Job Printing, call at the Bannet office.