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0. A. Dahl, Editor-Publisher Subscription Price, $2.00 Per Year In Advance Entered as second-class matter, January 1, 1909 at the Post-office at Ekalaka. Montana., under the Act of March 3, 1879. Published Every Friday. Advertising rates made known upon application, Since the fire we have found out that in more ways than one are we glad that our nest was saved, so that we are still able to issue the "lusty bird" on time. It is a good thing for us that we are still able to call on you every week because we know of a close neighbor in an inland town, in the printing business who is to bigoted and unobliging to help anyone when they are in need. All he thinks of is his own paper which is a disgrace to the town in which it is published. The editor, no doubt learned his busi ness between the acts of an "Un cle Tom's Cabin Show" by the looks of his "attempt" at issuing a paper. Now that the spring weather is coming, let every business house have a sign painted on their place of business. Nothing improves the front appearance of your place any more than a well displayed sign. Consult with some local painter and see what can be done in this respect an ] you will find out that it will FREE LAND In the vicinity of Baker, Custer Co., Montana, there are 100, OuO acres of unoccupied government land desirable for home steading purposes. If you are looking for a location WRITE us. We make a specialty of handling REAL ESTATE BECKER BROS. & BARBER REAL ESTATE AGENTS. BAKER, MONT. r :esio J. W. DALY GENERAL BLACKSMITHING AND WAGON MAKER C '-', \ r -" ! i Uo SL H . or c? f !? f,es - Nai,y - ItoP». and Files. Plow, Beam. Hake, Hoe. 1-ork, Shovel, Spade. Wagon Mid Pick Handle.*. 2, 3 and I hotvf> fc" venera. Plow and Wa.Ton single trees, Exes, Bol sters and every thinjr that sroes with the wagon •Swivel ar.d straight clevesea. Skeins, Short beds. Bulls Plow lays. Cutter«, . , Hayrack irons. < .-uns. Hardwood. Wagon Jacks. Wedges, Sea» springs. Bolster springs. Picks. Horseshoeing a S^-cirJiy. Sparks & Baily Stage Line Running Between Baker and Ekalaka L Leaves Baker on Monday, Wednesday and Frida Leaves Ekalaka Tuesday, Thursday and Saturda Fares-One Way $4.00, Round Trip $7.00. repay you to get a neat sign on your building. "Hard Luck" seems to be turning its attention to the news paper offices these days. Word came from Marmarth this week that the Mail office there had been destroyed by fire last Tues day night. About $500 worth of insurance was carried. The fire was started in the Mail office, the cause being unknown to us at this time. Besides the Mail office, a barber shop and drug store was consumed by the flames. Parties wishing to enter the printing office at this season of the year must be guided by the following: Advance to the inner door and give three distinct raps and then the devil will attend your alarm. You must then give him your name, post-office address and the number of years you are owing for the paper, and then he will admit you. You must then ad vance to the center of the room and address the editor with the following countersign: Extend the right hand abont two feet from the body; with the thumb and index finger clasp a $10 bill which drop into the extended hand of the editor, at the same time saying, "were you looking for me?" The editor will say "you bet" and after giving him the news you are permitted to retire with a receipt properly discharged. — Ex. You'd scarcely expect one of my age, in merchandising to en gage, and hope to get a paying trade without the local papers aid. And yet I did that very thing; I opened up a store last spring—this month the sheriff took my stock and sold it at the auction block. Don't veiw me with a scornful eye, but simply say as I pass by; "There goes a fool who seemed to think he had no use for printer's ink. " There is a truth as broad as earth and business men should know of its worth, 'tis simply this: The public buys, its goods from those who advertise. LOCALS. Harry Longfield was in the city yesterday from the' Chalk Buttes. Chas. Voss and wife of Duck Creek were in town yesterday on a visit. R. H. Beazley is expected home from his trip to Mexico this evening. Chas. Keith of the Chalk Buttes was in this city yesterday on a business trip. Miss Mary Lee Wilson, County Superintendent of Schools ar rived in the city Wednesday eve. from Miles City for a short visit at the schools here. Beaver Lodge No. 65, I. O. O. F. met in regular session last Saturday evening. Two new members were taken in during the meeting, P. A. McLean re ceiving the initiatory degree and Prof. F. L. Funkenbusch the third degree. Mrs. Elmer Wood who has been visiting her brother E. C. Me theny for the past week left Monday morning for Maquoketa, Iowa to visit her parents. Be fore returning to her home in Thermoplis, Wyo., she will take in the Alaska-Yukon exposition. Philip Bootsma and Gordon Whitmore arrived from Crook Wednesday evening. Phil was surprised at the change in his building but is glad it was not 1 worse. He reports that while in Crook he painted a sign for near ly every business house in town. Geo. Herndon, better known as "Fatty George" returned the first of the week from Chico Springs, where he has been spending some time in search of relief for the rheumatism. He feels greatly improved since tak ing this trip and speaks well of that thriving berg. Deputy Sheriff Geo. Boggs and Judge T. J. Martin left Wednes day morning for Dan McKay's place on Lame Jones where they expect to take in custody Newton McCullough who is reported to be insane. He will be taken to Miles City for examination before the insanity board. Mr. McCul lough is an old time sheepherder and cowpuncher who has been in this country a good many years. In ordering job printing of any kind, you should bear in mind that officers without up-to-date material to do such work are not going to give you satisfaction. The Eagle office is now equipped with the most modern faces of type, rule border, good stock, etc. and is one of the best arranged job offices in eastern Montana and western South Dakota. Give us your next printing order and we will prove it. Call us up, phone 26. Management By Men STRENGTH in any bank is determined by strong resources, ample cash reserves, si.fTicient capital, a growing surplus and an honorable record of service to the people. It is vitally essential that the men who manage the bank of your choice be men of character and experience in business; able and pos sessed of good judgement. A bank with such men behind it who really take an active part in the bank's management, furnishes each depositor the best guar anty. We invite your consideration of the manage ment of this bank. The Little Missouri Bank. CAMP CROOK, SO. DAKOTA. THE CORNER SALOON ♦ # * Finest Line Of Wines, Liquors and Cigars In Town. -WHISKIES Old Crow Paul Jones Royal Arma Lexington Gurerenheimer I. W. Harper and other9 —CIGARS— t Ben Davis Flor De Hamilton Limbert Porto Rico De VeKuras Tiffany Factory Smoke and others. We Are Agents For The Famous "Budweiser" Beer « ♦ ♦ Dague &, Metheny Ekalaka Hotel T. J. Martin, Prop. Rates, $1.50 Per Day. Regular Meals, 35c Special Rates By The Week M w: V Ekalaka, Mont, C L Jl JIM a-, m <s5 ii Wines, Liquors and Cigars Goodldnds Whiskey Hiliiers Cigars Hams Beer Ekalaka, Montana.