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The Ekalaka eagle. [volume] (Ekalaka, Mont.) 1909-1920, January 14, 1910, Image 8

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LOCALS.
General Sweeney was is town
Saturday from his ranch.
Have You Paid Your Subscrip
tion For 1910. Just A Reminder.
A. W.Lucas pays the highest
cash price for hides, furs and
pelts.
W. B. Lakin age 80 years
died in Miles City last Friday
evening.
Geo. Cleveland was up from
his ranch Monday and reported
a discovery of snow around his
place.
Steve Brower returned Wed
nesday evening from Baker
where he met his mother who is
coming here to reside.
R. V. Fuqua was in town Mon
day en a business trip. James
Moore returned with him to help
him on the ranch a while.
Oscar Taylor of Mayfields Liv
ery barn at Camp Crook was a
visitor in town Sunday evening,
bringing over two passengers
Senator H. N. Sykes returned
Monday evening from Helena
where he had been attending the
special session of the legislature.
This office wishes to secure a
supply of old rags to be used for
washing presses, etc. If you have
any let us Konw and we will call
for them.
Sunday school will be held at
10:00 a. m. and Preaching a
11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. every
Sunday at the Ekalaka church
by Rev. Mrs. F. D. Bohr.
Cleveland & Crosby have
ceased operations at the coal
mine for a few days and are now
hauling ice for A F Dague, J.
E. Wilson, and A. W. Lucas.
Persons having copies of this
paper dated Dec. 10th and hav
ing no use for them are requested
to leave the fame at this office.
We need them to complete files.
Lost—One gold watch, with
the in'tials "A. F. O." engraved
on case. Lost between Morman
street and Dan Dague's ranch.
If found kindly notify this office
and receive reward.
M. A. McLean was up from
his ranch Monday. He remarked
that the flowers were not in
bloom on Box Elder yet but that
Geo. Cleveland had already com
menced his spring plowing.
J. T. Smith returned Wednes
day evening from Seatiie, Wash,
where he had been on a visit
wi.ii his wife. Mr. Smith was
called home on business matters
and will return as soon as these
are settled up. He says he first
encountered snow ai Billings on
Iiis way home and was surprised
at the amount of this crystallized
vapor that we had here.
Practice in all couru*. (Jfliee in New
Miles Block.
Sharpless Walker
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
Miles City, Montana.
F. H. Barkdoll
SHOEMAKER.
Work GurintecJ.
Bideo Beet« f. r sa!«,
Call and £fc Thea
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Why Don't You Try 'Em?
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Try the Best Beam Once and
Know How Good Beans Can Be.
Tr y Van (amp's -s
PorkvBeans
They Are Standard Throughout The
United States.
The Rememberance of QUALITY
Remains Long After The Price is
Forgotten.
We carry a complete line of this
brand of goods.
The W. H. Peck Co.
tor
Ekalaka Hotel
T. J. Martin, Prop.
&
Rates, $1.50 Per Day. Regular Meals, 35c
Special Rates By The Week
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Ekalaka, Mont.
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qmE WISH to thank our many
patrons for the interest
they have shown in assisting us
during the last year to build up
a sound business enterprise of
which we are proud.
What will be your New Years
resoulution? Ours is
"To bend above the Stream of Trade and
wreat from it my wld, clean-handed, zent
fully, as one who take» equivalent, not more,
for what he Kives."—Success Magazine.
Ekalaka Commercial State Bank
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Go And Subscribe For The Bird Now.
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Kid's Place
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Formerly Dague & Metheny's.
A Saloon of Quality.
We Treat You Right.
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A. K DAGUE, PROP.
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Dad LUCAS'
Wines, Liquors and Cigars .
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Ekalaka, Montana
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