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Cut Bank pioneer press. [volume] (Cut Bank, Mont.) 1909-current, July 04, 1913, Image 5

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It's Time
Time to turn your thoughts
to Haying and Harvesting
machinery—and you should
make a careful inspection
before the rush of work be
gins. When your thoughts
turn that way, turn your
footsteps toward the Big
Red Shed, where the Deere
line is ready for inspection.
THE BIG RED SHED
TAKE YOUR GUEST OR LADY FRIEND TO
THE DEW DROP INN
¥
Arid enjoy a disk of our unexcelled ice cream or
a glass of soda at our cozy, inviting parlors,
OUR CANDY KITCHEN CONTAINS THE BEST IM
PORTED AND HOME MADE CONFECTIONS
MRS. McAFEE
Proprietor
Fire Arms
A full line of RiHes, Shot Guns
and small arms has been selected
for this store and will arrive in a
short time.
An expert demonstrator will be
at the store at all times. We
invite you to see the line after it
is installed.
U. M. C. Mushroom Bullets?
HALL'S HARDWARE
Come on pals, let's play a game of I
>aseball pool at Bob's Smoke House, j
Catholic serviies in Cut Hank on
Sunday, «July btb, at. 8:30 and 10.30
o'clock, by Rev. Father Dunne.
County Surveyor Colin Ward was
a visitor here Tuesday.
Chas. Ferres was at Etbridge and
Shelby Tuesday in the interests of
the t'ut Rank Power Laundry.
Miss May and Verna Bolke spent,
the week end in Great Falls.
W. II. Humble and family are vi
siting a few days at the Richards
home. »
Supt. Smith of the Kalispell div
was in Cut Rauk on Monday look
ing over the yards and shops at
[ this point.
! A. F. Richards, W. II. Humble
and J. P. Johnson autoed to Sweet
crass Saturday on buiness.
W ANTED— 160 and 320 acre
relinquishments, improved and un
improved. Come in and see us
Jones it V r andeinark
Mrs. J. J. Hall sustained a pain
ful cut ou the hand "ue day this
week, while in the act of opening a
glass jar. Dr. Strain was compelled
to take three stitches in the wound
Robert Thompson, a well known
Headlight homesteader, is seriously
ill at his old home in Minnesota.
Mr. Thompson is afflicted with can
cer of the stomach and physicians
have little hope for his recovery.
Miss Maude Barr and the Misses
Gregg, of Marcus, la., were guests
at the Coburn and Maltby homes
several days of the week, en route
to Glacier Park and other poiuts of
interest in the West.
Jas. Ritchie says the section a
round Park River, N. D„ will only
harvest half a crop at the very best
and that crops in that section of
No. Dakota over which he and Mrs.
Ritchie traversed did not compare
with the crops in this section.
A party came over from Dupuyer
on Saturday in connection with a
petty larceny case, which was trans
fered from Dupuyer to Judge Thom
as's court. Atty. Bullock of Valier
was iu the party also Mr. Johnson,
Mr. Kellog and Mr. Wilson of Dup
uyer.
E. E. Brindley, who came here
from Big Springs, Texas, last week,
has taken a great liking to this sec
tion. 'All the people here have to
do is to hold their heads and their
homesteads, improve them and farm
along scientific lines and prosperity
and increased laud values will be
their reward."
Presbyterian Church: The Sab
bath morning services will be omit
ted in this church: beginning with
the first Sabbath in July, until the
first of September, but services will
be conducted here each Sunday ev
ening.
Mrs. C arl Hawkins underwent a
very serious operation at the Con
rad hospital Tuesday of last week.
Mrs. Hawkius has long been a suf
ferer with tubercular glands in the
throat and an operation was advised
by Dr. Power, in the hope of allay
ing her sufferings. Rev. Hawkins
visited with the patient Monday of
this week. He states that the op
eration brought relief but, iutertains
the fear that it may not be perma
nent.
Will Benish, who returned from
vvesteru North Dakota last week,
declares that the one thing that sur
prised and pl ased him when he ar
rived here was the remarkably fine
appearance of the flax crop in ihis
immunity, some of which is al
ready in blossom. Flax in North
Dakota is just peeping above the
ground and will have to hustle to
nature before the season when fall
frosts may be expected.
Alphonse Iiounet informs the
Pioneer Press that Etl.ridge will
iave a grain elevator, in all proba
ility, before the new crop matures.;
A site has been chosen and it is ex
pected that work will commence iii
i short time. The Ethridge Mer!
•iiiti le Co.,,of Which Mr. Bonnet isj
I leading spirit, has», now opened it>
doors fcr the patro(|jge of the pub
lic, with Adam Cyr in charge. The'
Ethr d-e pus; ttice is also located in
tais budding.
^rMnnrr
Metropolitan Gash Store
Fresh Strawberries, Cherries, Lettuce,
Radishes, Onions, Asparagus and Rhu
barb every Wednesday and Saturday
Bring us your Butter and Eggs—good
as cash in trade
N. J. Böhlke & Company
$50.00 reward will be paid for
■eturn of veterinarian tools; taken
from in y wagon iu Cut Bank about
ten days ago. L. JOSLIN.
NOTICE—I will accept proposi
tions for the leasing of my hotel,
for any length of time desired, up
to July 15, 1913. No proposition
will be considered after that date.
R. CHASSE
II. Castle, of Salt Lake City is
spending the week here, looking af
ter the II. J. Ilalvorson interests.
Martin Jacobson has been chosen
by the county commissioners as one
of the delegates to the Good Roads
Congress at Kalispell
Mr. and Mrs. Will Yunck depart
ed last Saturday for Couer d' Alene.
where they will visit for a brief per
iod.
Kemper Noland, a New York
city architect is a guest at the Bar
rington home this week.
G. C. Madison left Monday for
Raytnoud, Canada, where he expects
to acquire a parcel of Canadian real
estate. Mr. Madison expects to be
absent for several days.
Let your investments work while
you take life a little easier. A lot
in Jacobson's addition, purchased
wjiile the price is low, is sure to
bring you good returns. Talk to
McNamer.
The town fathers have awarded
the contract to Oscar Montross for
the grading of East Main, to the
east end of the corporate limits. Os
car is pulling the grader with his
big gas tractor and is doing the job
iu tip-top shape.
Ex. Senator William Cowgill, of
Choteau, mingled with his numerous
Cut Rank friends last Sunday even
ing. Mr. Cowgill recently resigned
38 in th e cou nty seat
tnn-n oti<1 î« . .• i •
town ,and is
tnn-n oti<1 î« . .• i •
town ,and is devoting most of his
time to ranch interests.
I. S. Martine and James Murty
of Conrad were in Cut Bank Sat
dav evening looking after cream
shipments from this place being very
anxious to secure any that was being
shipped for the Conrad Creamery.
A miscellaneous collection of ball
players journeyed to Shelby Sunday
and tried out their skill with the
team of that place with indifferent
results. The game was called at the
end of the fifth inning on account
of rain, the score standing Shelby 4,
( ut Bank 0. A return game will be
played here in the near future.
Mrs. \Y elch of Carlsbad, New Mex
ico is here visitieg her son Win.
Welch, one of our prosperous fann
ers.
.John Gill, for many years employ
ed along this p„rt of the G. N. Rail
way system and until a few months
igo a passenger conductor on the
liurlington between Whitefish and
Ureal Falls, was killed in the Mil
waukee yards at Vancouver, Wash.
hursday last. Gill severed his con
nection with the G. N. early in the
spring and accepted the position o f
itch foreman for the Milwaukee
tt Vancouver, lie was well known
to Cut IJank citizens, especially the
railway boys, and the news of his
leatli was the occasion of keen re
gret. The remains were brought to
\ iiitefisl) early this week and
^• s '' i lies \i ere conducted by
SUrder of Railway Traiuuien,
the
the
S. L. POTTER, Pres.
R: L. TAFT, Cashier.
MARTIN JACORSON, 1st V. Pres.
P. II. BUCKLEY, 2nd V. Pres
The First National Bank
Of Cut Bank, Montnna.
('HARTER NO. 0574
The Strong Bank of Northern Teton County
MONEY
TO LOAN ON
REAL ESTATE
f( Come in and see us. We can^make (S
K) you a loan on your farm.<>])/
W e Are "Guarantee
Doctors" of Machinery
If the Auto or Motorcycle is
out of order or needs a surgical
operation, this is the hospital to
take it to.
^ es, and we can "operate" on
any other kind of machinery
successfully.
Cut Bank Motor & Machinery Co.
Modish Hats!
The old saying is true. The
hat goes a long ways in the
making of the man. A hat
that is stylish and season
able adds to your dignity
and self respect.
See our line of
felt and straw
hats
made of the best materials
and in the newest shapes.
TETON COMMERCE CO.

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