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Extraordinaire. This Imported French Coach Stallion will stand at Dan Harris' ranch this season. Ser vice fees; To insure mare with foal, $15. Single Service $10. J pp* t<n Tfr'"! m '■Pis*. Js> /y...-y w m '•••»A $ ?; Ml 'il «M jr V ' •' <4 31': M. CLAD TO SEE YOU and you will be glad to see this splendid display of JEWELRY. Buy if it suits, otherwise don't — but do inspect, com« pare and get posted. The roof of this store coven lots of good things, including good cheer. N I m JAY E. WILSON EKALAKA, MONT. POST OFFICE STORE ****** J. W. DALY GENERAL BLACKSMITHING AND WAGON MAKER 1 ■" aJ - a J' 1 Stoel Home «hoe«. Naita. Raaps. and Files. Plow. Beam. Hake, He*, hork, Shoved Spade, Wagon and Pick Handles. 2. 3 and 4 horse Evener«. Plow and Wasron Bintfle trees. Exes, Bol sters and everything thnt jfoes with the wagon Swivel and straight cloveses. Skeins, Short Bods, Bolts Plow lays. Cutters, Hayrack irons, ( hair»». Hardwood. Wagon Jacks, Wedges, Seat springs. Bolster sprinsrs. Picks. Horseshoeing a Specialty. BO Danseur, 4208 We will stand the Imported French Coach Stallion Danseur, 4208, at the barn of A. J. SPEELMAN Service Fees, $15.00 to insure mare with foal. Single Service, $10.00 EKALAKA COACH HORSE COMPANY. o We Buy and Sell Horses, Cattle and Sheep. Ismay Horse Sale Co. Hagh H. Hunter, Mgr. SALES DATES FOR 1S09. June*16 and 17, July 14 and 15, August 14 and 15, September 11 and 12, October 9 and 10. Ismay is located 75 miles east of Miles Ci ty on the C. M. & P. S. Railway. Ismay Montana Town Talk. Fred Speiser was taking in the sights in town this week. Hans Boyd was over from the Chalk Buttes during the cele bration. A. J. Breckenridge and family were enjoying a vacation in town this week. L. F. Kennedy and wife were spending the fore part of the week in town. E. L. Wilson and wife were in town the fore part of the week from their ranch. W. I. Maxwell and family were up from O'Fallon this week tak ing in the celebration. Dell Wood and family were among the many visitors in town during our big celebration. Chas. Emerson and family were in town Monday enjoying themselves at the "big doings." Frank Miller came up from O'Fallon creek Sunday and played for the dance Tuesday evening. John Leach arrived this week from Chas. Gilmore's ranch where he has been worKing the past few months. R. Loveridge and wife of Miles City arrived in town Friday eve ning. They expect to reside here permanently. Martin Flasted returned Sun day from North Dakota where he has been attending the state university the past year. The Aid will meet next Wed nesday afternoon with our sec retary Mrs. Taylor. All come and enjoy a good social session. H. D. Myers, photographer is now located here and is fully prepared to do all kinds of pho tograph work. He will remain here until the 21st and all those wishing to see him should call before that time. All work gauranteed. A heavy rain fell in this sec tion Wednesday evening follow ed by a heavy hail in many places. In the H. S. Basin the hail broke many window lights out and cause considerable darn age to the crops. Camp Crook reports the storm severe over there, saying that crops are al most entirely destroyed in places and that the framework for the new flour mill was blown down. The hail passed up this place but fell very heavy within a mile of town. Just what the damage is in general is hard to determine at this time but it will be very heavy. ANOTHER JULY WEDDING OCCURS Thursday ,July 1st in the par lors of the Martin Hotel occurred the marriage of J. O. Fergason and Miss Angeline Johnson, both of Box Elder. The wedding ceremony which was a very pretty one was performed by Rev. John Oliver and witnessed by W. H. Peck and Miss Alice Newbary. Joe Arpan acted as best man and Miss Perkins as bridesmaid. The groom is a young man who has made his home in this coun tey for many years and who has lately taken up a homestead on Box Elder. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. General Swee ney and has a host of friends in this country who wish her well. The Eagle joins their many friends in offering congratula tions. Frank Chamberlain and wife and Mrs. Joe Mc Donnell were in town from Coal Creek this week. Mrs. Mary Penny and daugh ter of Ceder Rapid, Iowa were in town this week looking over the land in this territory. They have filed on claims west of town. Ed. Barbee left Tuesday for Miles City. Mr. Barbee was well pleased with the looks of Ekalaka and expressed himself as desirous to locate lure per manently. •«•oo Careful Drivers. V R. T. Ramsey's Barn OOo»t Quick Service. Good Service Telephone No. 12. jjJL Ekalaka, Mont. j§ I GS?Q| Booth & Local TJit 6.3.C Wines, Liquors, Hillers Cigars, Hamms Peer and Goodkinds Whiskey Ekalaka, Montana. Virfr Notice to Sheepmen! HIDES and PELTS W\ . People's Coal Co. W. CARTER SNELL, Mgr, Miles City, Mont. Largest House in Eastern Montana We Pay The Eastern Dealers Prices LOCAL AGENTS MIDLAND LUMBER & COAL CO. Baker, Ismay, Glendive and Wil ma* Frank Casey left Wednesday for his home in Miles city after spending several days in town. S. W. Hiscock and family of Box Elder were noted among the out-of-town visitors at the cele bration. Miss Stella Olsen returned Sun day from Great Falls where she graduated this year from the high school. She is now teach ing at Boots school house in the place of her sister Miss Anna who left Monday for a trip to Seattle and the coast.