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Cut Bank pioneer press. [volume] (Cut Bank, Mont.) 1909-current, August 01, 1913, Image 2

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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
SEND YOUR CREAM TO THE
Pondera Creamery Company
CONRAD - - - MONTANA
Open July 1, 1913
BEST PRICES. MONTHLY SETTLEMENTS
Just A Trial
If you live in the vicinity
of Ethridge and do your
trading here*we ask you
to try this store. Those
who have done so are be
becoming regular custom
ers. Isn't that a good sign?
Ethridge Mercantile Co.
An Urgent Summons to Our
Auto Surgeon
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We are ready to answer urgent calls at any time!
If its a serious "operation" we can handle the case;
if it needs 'toning up' bring it to our place. Best oils
and greases and Goodyear tires.
Cut Bank Motor & Machine Co.
Fresh fruits of all kinds at llel
phry's.
Strayed—bay horse, branded B9.
Return to I. A. Iverson for reward.
Meet me this evening at Bob's
Smoke house.
Miss Kathleen Sullivan is spend
ing the week with Miss Mae Johnson
of Shelby.
Jas. A. Perrine was a business
visitor at Great Falls early in the
week.
H. A. Maltby and S. J. Riguey
were visitors at the county seat last
Saturday, on official business.
Mrs. Josiah Bowden of Elkhorn
Montana, is a guest of her sister,
Mrs. Jack Marshall.
M. J. Halvorson and Win. Schtue
der were visitors at Great Falls tbe |
first days of the week.
Miss Ruth Clapper has charge of
the dry goods department at the
Teton Commercial Co.
Mrs. H. J. McGregor and baby
and Miss Nell O'Niel arrived here
from Choteau Wednesday evening
for a visit at the M. A. O'Niel home.
Sunday school at Jacksou school
house Suuday at 3 p. m. Everybody
come.
Commissioner Thomas was a vis
itor at the Great Falls land office
early in tbe week.
Services in the Poor school house
Sunday, Aug. 3rd, to organize a
Sunday School. Come out and help.
3 p. m.
Frank Sheeran, who has been em
ployed at Whitefish for several
months, is back on his homestead
and is preparing to harvest his crop.
Mis? Marion Clapper went to
Great Falls on Monday and will
take up a business course in a com
mercial college in that city.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Stufft of
Kalispell were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Stufft at their ranch
north of Headlight several days of
the week,
Mrs. S. J. Hughes aud Helen Col
burn arrived from Great Falls on
Monday evening. Mrs. Hushes will
make an extended visit with her
parents Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Colburn.
Jack Burke of Augusta one of the
stockholders in the Power outfit,
autoed to Cut Bank Monday even
ing and went up on the reserve the
following day to look after the comp
any's interests.
Chas. N. Thomas and G. A. An
derson went to Whitefish Wednes
day evening to attend the funeral
of P. L. Forcum. Burial was made
at Kalispell yesterday, under the
auspices of the Masons.
TO SELL—A Peerless cement
brick machine, good as new, makes
10 bricks at a time. Here in a fine
chance for anyone who wants the
best make of a cement brick mach
ine at a great sacrifice. Inquire of
Pioneer Press.
Presbyterian Church: Sabbath
school at 10 o'clock a. m. Preaching
on next Lord's Day at Meadowbrook
school house at 11 o,clock a. m. and
at Cut Bank at 8 o'clock at night.
Come out and worship with us. We
will endeavor to do you good.
. No indication of "tight times" in
this town. Tradesman have more
than they can do, every one who
has the desire is working and draw
ing good wages and the business
places all declare that the volume of
business at this time is highly satis
factory.
C. H. Ferres this week sold the
Cut Bank Power Laundry to Freed
and Tidquist, who have taken ac
tive charge of same. The latter has
had charge of the laundry for some
time and has been turning out good
work.
James L. Parker writes to the
Pioneer Press from Sacred Heart
Hospital, Spokane, to the effect that
his daughter-in-law, Mrs. Geo. A.
Parker, underwent an operation on
Monday, July 21, at that hospital.
The operation was performed by
Surgeon Cunningham, a leader in
his profession in that city. Patient
withstood the operation very well
and at the time the letter was writ
ten her condition was very satisfac
tory to her physicians. The Park
ers will remain in Spokane several
weeks. Mr. Parker complains about
the excessive heat in Spokane, the
thermometer registering as high as
1:02 several times within tbe past
two weeke,
Dr. J. E. Strain announces that
along with his general practice he
is prepared to do all kinds of eye
ear, nose and throat work and the
fitting of g asses.
| an( ] left for that place Tuesday,
The Harness Shop for you binder
whips.
Bakerized coffee, our leader. II.
J. Helphrey it Co.
Blacksmith Louis Klein of Eth
ridge spent Snndav in the city.
For Sale: A Deering binder good
as new, tongue trucks, and flax at
tachment. Inquire of John Hall.
Dr. and Mrs. Hulbush were Great
Falls visitors on Wednesday of this
week.
Jack Marshall has purchased
half interest in the saloon at Belton
The P. Rasmussen family, with
tbe exception of Bob and Iden, are
sojourning on their homestead near
Ethridge.
Zephryn Cbabre and I'hil Schutte
bave secured patents to their home
steads, accordiug to the report o f
the Teton County Abstract Co.
Mrs. Daniel Whetstone spent the
first days of the week visiting with
relatives in Great Falls.
Henry Van Demark departed for
Sioux Falls S. D., Tuesday evening,
where he will remain an indefinite!
period, visiting with his parents.
The First National Bank of Cut|
Bank was again made a county de
pository, at ihe last meeting of the |
county fathers,
Alex Gould and Miss Miller ac-1
conipanied by Ed Fisk and James
Gould, as witnesses, autoed to Cho- |
teau in order to become full fledged
citizens of the IT. S.
Bruce McNamer has served his |
sentence with the measles and
back on duty at the postofHcc and J
ready to sell real estate to all who I
are in the market.
C. O. Jenks, superintendent of
the middle district of the Great
■Northern railway, has been appoint
ed as general superintendent of the
Lake district, with headquarters at
Superior. Wisconsin.
Dr. E. T. Hull, assistant state vet
erinarian with headquarters at Con
rad, announces in this issue that he
has'arranged with Merchant H. Am
mann of Browning to handle his
stock remedies and Cooper's Fluid
Dips.
Ed Long is just getting back to
bis normal condition after suffering
for several weeks from the effects
of a kick administered him by a
frisky colt. He was unable to do
any heavy work for quite a while
after receiving the injury.
Several amateur poultry breeders
in town are in deep mourning over
the loss of half Jgrown chickens, in
last Friday's flood. The rain came
up so quickly that they did not have
time to honse their chickens and
they were literally drowned and
carried away in the flood.
The addition to the Cut Bank de
pot is under way and to be perfectly
frank and truthful tbe iinprovemeut
is not of such a nature as to inspire
great enthusiasm. We were assuren
by the traveling passenger agent
some time ago that if we remained
perfectly quiet and ladylike w e
should have onr fond desires for
better depot gratified. Is this the
reward for our gentle and happy at
titude?
Mr. and Mrs. Bomboy were called
to Shelby on Tuesday of this week
by the death of Authur M. Frogge.
The young man was a homesteader
in that vicinity and had been ailing
since spring, finally succumbing to
acute nephritis. Undertaker Bomboy
prepared the remains for shipment
to Papineau Illinois, the home o f
the deceased's people.
Helena Record: Lieut. Carl Fred
erick Von Dem Brussche, in charge
of Fort Missoula, is in Helena, in
conference with the board of county
commissioners with reference to the
removal of Chief Little Bear and
his band of Chippewa Indians to
Browning, where the government
has arranged to care for the aged
and helpless Indians, and to provide
employment for those who are n >t
able to work. It is possible that in
the course of the next few days all
the Indians who have been in the
vicinity of Helena will be rounded
up and sent to Browning, where
they will be looked after by the
government.
NOTICE
Notice to Stock
Owners of
Browning
and vicinity:
I have arranged with Mr.
H. Ammann of Browning
to handle my own line of
Veterinary Remedies,
which he will have on
hand at all times.
These Remedies consist of
a
Wire cut
colic
distemper
and fever
and also a fine
liniment
Mr. Ammann will also handle
Cooper's
Fluid
Dips
for dipping all livestock for
any skin disease.
F. T. Hull

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