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There will be a public sale of the person al property owned by the late Samuel C Powell, at his late residence nine miles southwest of the Town of Ekalaka on WED., APRIL 5th, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon when the following property will be sold to the highest bidder, to-wit: y — — — AbGut 1500 bushels of wheat. About 1200 bushels of oats. One gray horse, 6 years old, weight about 1300. One iron gray mare, 6 year old, weight about 1200. One bay maie, 8 years old, weight about 1100 One bay mare, 10 years old, weight about 1100 One bay horse, 5 years old, weight about 1200 One two-year-old gray colt. One gray yearling colt. Three sets of Concord harhesses. One farm wagon. One buggy. Four milch cows, and three calves. A quantity of farm machinery, tools and appliances consisting of a binder, a a mowing machine, harrow, plows, drill, fanning mill and other articles to numerous to mention. TERMS: CASH. JAMES H. POWELL, Administrator. J. W. GRANT, Auctioneer. H. B. Albert, Clerk. Elgin The Elgin schooi closed last Friday, Miss Crosbv will again take up her duties in the school room March 13th. in the Bridge ford district, for a four months term. The warm weather of the past week has melted the snow, caus ing thp creeks to raise. It is im possible to cross Box Elder at present. We certainly need a bridge. (ieorge Hobbs and Dr. Sandy were business callers in Ekalaka Thursday. FARM LOANS See me before making your farm loan. Money is paid when yon sign mortgages. NO Waiting The money is always ready. Money loaned on Cattle and Sheep. If you need money come and see F. M. Dworshak, Ekalaka, Montana NO WATER—NO PAY LET US DIG YOUR WELL. We guarantee to ge t water or no charge will be made. Six or eight inch hole; can go 1500 ft. See us for terms. DAVIS and JACOBSON Ekalaka, - - - Montana. J. P, Buckmaster and son Roy arrived here last week from Hot Springs S. D. They intend put ting in a crop on the latters home stead. They made the trip with their car. A number from this vicinity ; ttended the dance Friday night at the Peabody schoolhouse. A good time was reported. A surprise dance was given at Frank Kestersons Wednesday night in honor of Mrs. Kester sons birthday. Chaf. Lavell and family visit ed at the Lou Arpan house Sun day. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Dominek Stanek March 4th, baby girl. Mrs. Chas. Hubbard tells us she has twenty-five young chick ens. Who can beat it? Shorty Shaum is killing time on the Lavell ranch at present. Little Sylva Stanek hao, the misfortune to fail and break her collar bone while coming home from school last Thursday. She is getting along nicely under Dr. Sandys care. Clyde Conger gave a hop to his friends Friday night. A'l report a good time. Edwin Ackiey and Chas. Ohalm visited Ekalaka Thursday. Will Smith is erecting a log house on his homestead. If you've got any' old rags to despose of. fetch 'em over to the Eagle office. First Montana State Automobile Show HELENA March 21 to 25 An exposition with a purpose for dealers, buyers and admirers of motor cars. Reduced rates on railroads, tickets on sale March 17 to 23, good returning to March 27. Get a receipt from your ticket agent—have it endorsed in Helena—one and one-ihird fare Helena and return. 5 cents a pound paid for clean cotton rags at the Eagle Office. Bring in a sack full. NOTIl'K FOB 1THI.H WTIOX 1 »i-partiiiont of the Interior. U. S. I.and office :it Miles City, Montana. Mn re Ii 7. im«. Not Uro is hereby tiiven t lint, llriice IT. •I 'Veil, of Kkiilnkn. Montimn, wiio, on Mil •. l.v 1 »1:1. mufle JI. K.. No (1175(10. forSKVi, .■sW'i. See. l.-i. NhNEVi.Section -2:'. T.I N.. ! : : ■ h -e K„ M. P. Merl (I ill il. lias filed not lie o! intention to tunke three yenr Proof, to ■ : I >1 Mi elnini to the In nil above described, h. .ne S. .1. Emswiler l T . S. Commissioner. , ülcaliiHa, Montana, on the «ill day of May. lflrt. m i111ant names as witnesses: ::ny F. Strain, WilHiini J. Staats, Hattie \. Staats, William <i. Mûrie, all of Ekalaka, M iiitatia. 17 G. W. MYE KS, Rofrlster. NOTICK I'OK i'V IS LIC ATI ON Department of the Interior I' S. Laad Oftice at Vlies City, Moiitaini March 7. 1910. Nut lee is hereby given tlint Frank G. ■ i her, of KkalaUa. Mont., vim, cu Oct. . I'.tl-J. made Hit, entry. No. 01G10U, for Lots I. S'/i N'a. Sect Ion 2. T. 2 N„ IS. 50 !•;.. >1. 1'. Merldinn, has Mud notice of intention • . nrik" three year Proof, to establish mi tot lie hind above described, before S. ,!. KmJMlor, l 1 . s. Commissioner, at Eka \:i. Montana on t lie fit 11 day of May. H'10. lainiant names as witnesses: ( lie Mnrklison. Ole Ohme. Eilwln B. Here, :• > W. Ellithorpi'.all of lOkalaka. Montanu. G. W. MY K US, Register. NOT ICK FOR PrUMCATlON. Di'pnrtment of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at Miles City, Monitum. March 7. 1(110. Notice is hereby given that Alexander I Mel ullock, of Sykes, Montana, who, i n i A.ril'.O, mil, made Homestead entry. No. •ii. fur \V ' a NW'4, NKh S WW. NW':, ; - W' 1 Section 11. Township 3 S„ Hange Od M. M. P. Meridian, lias lilcd notice of in i. it h in to ilia ke live year Proof, to establish eh i ii I to the land above described, before • uhert K. KUI rwiiv . I'. S. ('ommissioiier, at Ki'liTway. Montana, on the 27 i i u y of April, . I. t 11111)11 wit i Illy Sliafto, .lames Landlord. Robert F., lîi iich. Krank Harrington, all of Sykes, W. M Y K HS. lîeiïister Made to Your Measure— Not anybody's Therefore, sure to fit you, ancl to be a part of your individuality. On no one else would the garments look as well as on you. UNIVERSAL TAILORING builds for you just that kind of clothes—fitting in every respect. I'ive hundred patterns to pick from. Have vour measure taken by Frank Downer Ekalaka, Montana. Men do not have Bank Ac counts because they are successful, but they are suc cessful because they have Bank Accounts. And don't forget that you can bank with us by mail. :: :: :: Real Estate Loans Negotiated interest on Time Deposits Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent Ekalaka State Bank Septon C:u!y, Prosit! out H. P>. Albert, ( 'ashler J. W. Hiscock Vice Pres. L. M. Elliott, Ass 't Cashier ~-z5ijc=5i rï COMBINATION SâLE At Ekalaka Sales Yards Sat. March 25th. A bii* bunch of horses, including 20 to 40 head of good big sound broke work horses. 20 head of yearling heifers and steers. AH kinds of harness, farm machin ery and household goods. Bring in what stuff you have for sale and list it. Ekalaka Sales CO. H. B. Albert. Clerk J. W. Grant. Auctioneer Men, Women and Children W anted! Come in and see our new and greatly en larged line of Spring Shoes. We can show you the largest and snappiest line of shoes ever shown in town. You will agree with us, when you inspect them, that we were very fortunate in placing this order last fall as those same shoes would cost us from 20c to 50c more per pair today. You will find just the thing for Skating, Dancing, House, Street or Work Shoes, and we want you to see this line whether you purchase or not. YOURS FOR BUSINESS W. H. PECK CO. "MAKE OUR STORE YOUR STORE"