Afi Kinds Of !t Has Just Arrived.
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Ekaiaka, "The Big Store' Montana,
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«cas Land & Commission
il and Desert Land Locations. Town Property and
live stocd for sale.
Agents for Sante Fe Scrip!.
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The Custer House
P. A. Maimquisl. Pro;-.
An Up-tc-date Cafe In Connection. The Best cf Service.
Give Us A Visit.
I The Ekaiaka Eagle
jo. A. Dahl, Editor-Publisher
I Subscription Price, $2.00 Per Year
I In Advance
::it;er. January 1, 1909
i. Montana., under the
I Entered as seeund-cla
i at the l'o.st-office at Kkal.ii
j A. ■ : of March 3, 1879.
Published Every Friday.
Advertising rates made known unon application
By Madame Parmc'e.
"\\ hy does a girl close her eyes
when she is kissed?" This ques
tion may seem at first glance to
be trivial and wholly insubordi
jnate to the calm deliberation of
scholarly minds, butin reality it
lis commanding the attention of
psychologists in the world's lead
ing universities. Exhaustive ex
periments are being conducted
by eminent scientists in Berlin
and throughout France and many
and varied are the theories that
have been offered. We will not
report any conclusions at this
time but rather would encourage
original research in this field. It
is possible that some "philoso
pher of the hills'' will, by careful
pervigilation and reasoning, col
lect data that will go far toward
elucidating this seemingly contra
jdictory mental status.
To this end The Eagle offers a
year's supscription to the person,
married or single, who will send
in the best answer to the ques
tion: "W h y does a girl close her
'eyes when she is kissed?'" All
answers must be in the hands of
the editor of the Kozy Korner bv
Sept. 5th. Prof. Corky Howell,
of Hamburger, will he judge of
In the above mentioned contest
Did Lucas. I'ig Kid Daguc and
Loiter * hi are barred on the
groun.!?. <.f professionalism.
Ed Fia ,:: 'P'l is suft'orim/ ire v: a
"elIon, or a belt pin ricK, or
•■ometning else like that o.- his
ie't hand. Ed should 'earn Ij
<ir;ve from tr.e left for a cluoiee
Prtty bought a race horse last \
week. He evidently expects j
competition on some of his moon- "
light runs this winter. 1
A Paris dispatch announces
that the thing in raiment next
fall and winter is to be an "eel
gown" which derives its namei
I from the fact that it is to be the
; same shape all the way down.
j Can't you hear the fleshy lady
sniff when she reads this?
Matt was seen sneaking a sew
ing machine out to his new house
Tuesday night. Us girls should-j
n t feel to bad at this because!
maybe Matt will run it himself.
r rom observations taKen by
I myself during the past few
weeks it looks as if another wed-,
lace here soon.
ï hereby announce myself as a
candidate ft r thecffice cf County
Commissioner subject to action
of the republican cuUnty conven
Wrn. II. Damon
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for the offiice of sheriff
of Custer county, subject to the
action öl the rej. ^-lican county
O. T. Jackson.
Believing there is need of a restaurant in
hk'alaka, 1 have opened up for business in
the building* south of Freese's hard
ware store. 1 will serve short
lunches at all times, also have
for sale pies, cakes, and
fresh bread. Call a
round when you "
J. H. COONEN, - - - PROPRIETOR
■ ■ e ;
J. P. Hedges, T., J, Martin
Ekaiaka ILand -Real Estate
Homestead and Desert Land Loca
tions. Real Estate of AM Kinds
Waen they teîl you that we have no
more land, then is the time to come
know cf a
claims and will he
and see us
pleased to show you them. Our
knowledge of the country extends
back to 1884
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ways have p'ont'
h or. es get it at. i
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Office Located in J. H. Booth's f
DR GEO. A. BAK
PHYSICIAN AND SURG:
>y i oni .ana
Report i't thf ^'«»nditior of
laka i.» thf .-.tale of Ak
CK A LAKA COMMERCIAL
na i'.t the c iejst.- (/! Li;, i. »
iArr AN t
L'>an:' and I)iscounts. .
Ov<»r«lrafts. secured and unsecured
lionds and Warrants
IîankinK house furniture and fixtur
Casn i esev-.-e in )lank, viz
Due from banks and barkers
Checks and othe^ cadi items
Capital Stock paid in
Indi\ idiiMl deposits : uhiec< to * I.» •. k
Tin*e «*i»rtificat' , s <»f depo.- it
Liabilities, other than tru» e above st;
S 'I at!-: or M ontan \ O oi'nty of C ist::r. hs:
I. .K)!l,\ « »f.I \ ,-.K. Ca.-hier of ti,<.• ul. ,\>■ n.-imoil bank. ,|.i : i.lfirr>ly gvvc-ir
that the ab<A'o stutemutiL la true tu the lo t u.' inj kti«.wM*e ! i-liet.
JtîlIN OLI\ hii, Cushicr.
Subs cribed and sworn to before me ihii 6th day of .)ulv, HMli
C'oHKErT — Atte' t• y } ' ubl!t ' My Cfmmisyiü« ex,,ires Ue, . 30. Ul.
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