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THE YELLOW STO OURNAL.
VOLUME XIn. N. m MILES CITY, MONTANA. PRIDAY. OCTOBBR s5, P. , PRICE FIVE .WS AIu r A.-4MOI" cm'. "rif mighrty asu ..u wetber-baa a. perla' the a rnla. Wham thes ean a renler delagos tha measmal a ' thi plat; t sposed sia the wiass is ths ever lmhi'dy. As' &dewal esemplast-bat wealat a-ea' e17! " l. what's the um iO fettla', or I qdia' tuerla ighet We Is bhear tb sweet bird selagla'-s the blue that beads as high. As' the hpw bells a rltia -an'-' w sla't apola' to cry! For we buy our GROCERIES, CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, BLANKETS, QUILTS, UNDERWEAR, a4d get more for our money at Cas, Kiq" & W itl t ha aswhlerm els. Come. and trade with us and we will save you money. CASE KING & WODZITZIK. ~ ýr c 1 I~ :L ý .lr -LwC.IY V K I ' ýrt~zr A 3 F·*7;PN WAR SONGSS Chinese sad Japanese Soldiers ,Depise the Prowess o .Their Eanemies. The War mt A towei te Imerbree WIe t Iater ae IEmprwemeaes Ba &apm beehtve aste Brapemed. Wsasmromom. Oct. .-The eami oft the Japanese legation have reeived a lateresting budget of newa sad gselp from the last mail from Japan. The spirit of the people is abown mo the war soag song by the Japanee troops as they push toward Pekin. The songs ware eabily campild by order ot Prince Aristagaw. They breath rest bitterae againot China and declare that now is the time to plant the lag at the riseing sn to the walls of Pekin and to Illuminate tes darknesa. Each verse of the song begins and ends with, "Strike, and chastise China!" The various veraes describe China as arrogant and insolent, with an army of "cowards. " The Chinese war asog amy of the Jap apeae. "They are an undisciplined rab ble., and however fine their arms look they are useless, like fine ladies in pic tures." The Japaneoe minister of finance has ofcialy made announcement that the war will not be allowed to interrupt the internal improvement of Japan. Co.se quently railroad construction is to pro ceed with the mame vigor as in peaceful times. The minister has arranged an that the treaaury shall keep separate accounts oat war expeases and those for internal improvements, in order, that the former may eat overshadow the lat tar. The later ceutm hooe reports In Japa show tba he. tde with the United statea is gater thean that with any other country Total trade ast year was about 4,IOA0. , or yeea: Brit ish trade, which omes second. isa S. ThL Japanese people and pres are re torting to the Chinese emperor'a pro clamatlion directing that the Japanese "Whole." meeanlg pigmles hoeol be driven to their airs, The (ghl Larem being coded u aha-ense," a word mesn ihg puerility; "toep hau," meanng pig taHile vagabonds alt a as d. China is referred to as "Meio-Keob," mean ito a country ino which people eat make up their aads. 8bNuouA1. Oct. 3.-NMh. pps ame AM J~eosm Pps bed Indsdl i bew. bass ishad 4 sps b.dsi em tba bm d do ulm I.mid Ibms troy Iiip [i ri rd. ta. bs wpsu4 toy h e meIt" .& , holiCb lb *IN" o 4.w SDI. & s Mrsr~u ·Y Cr'ur b " ýu 'qty;~i s lost by ohn L Dlie sad woe by you, sad it is mow withi th prw. Ieeo and duty of the O)ymi dlab to do. lated iobert Flmmsom tb chamllpi ahs dhtof the world. e etdsid t od the Olymple Cab. A dleMar lltter was met to Pied. mes ustiyla him do th dlub's adtse sad b win he ensemed to ddued th eheapis heavyweight title ia the smelt of Preausry, 135, qdgle tie beet man that eu to fet l I the world. CREDIT WHERE IT WAS NOT DIU. A Prf.a.se Whne Emltet e Wae Mn M bel5. I the a.me. Thsm s a doctor soese I with the Ui verdty at Rl who as a hait d rp4g "De i yea mhe MLiear ' t t the yosg me who ame is his s ge whmw hs ma or as d maes a poin. hs is lebass at lis i es an - ssh has as eam ae wy ptvate pulatens sad he Svted a se. dsen to go witM W to me .'lire ps slemt was a w n. Ban Gaemoiheg the ream the doctor ese.fly empletae the diasm to the sam o sd taod him that be had sert the woman om medilue the night before which he was c oandat would help her. Be esplaled the eom positia of the medicine told who par ticnular ombinatlim d drugs would em. eft this diseae and the. emtred the sickroom. "How do yue feel this smornig, Mrs K.?" e asked. "Oh,. doctor." replied the patient, "you bhav no idea how muhb bsttes I feeL " "There, young nla, " said the doo tor, turning to the student "do you catch the Idea." "Yes, doctor." continued the sick woman. "I do feel very much batter." "Took y y medine. I sappose?" queried the dotor. "Well, no," replied the patient. "You see, my husband was detasne away from home lat night, and I di~n't get t at all" "I don't 'think," broe in ths sa. dent, "that I exactly aghs the idea. " And the doctor hadn't a word to say. -Bu.falo Expzes wby cDNes Asm cnesa "Do you know what mahcs pbiedks olives so bc er' the seber of de leetable. said the other day. "You would't eapet a (a UllS.h dire pag tr get risk whm Ms ieves ase am at little man th e eas * the rels. I will tedl peasNssM-thetcs ta twarth trai Dess} i the Osines sedm grower who has 0 ans lcnc teds, T.O0 d st.sm ahr Umo desm e . . e e hse m al-- l.. , , sl -he - wheg" p geM tsr olie Thug mm News. "t p- u o" inAJ-1 b~ L Y'iPr uakCI Thsb ame. Ma1 Tr. For the soov isase a tnos who wib to deak eans..d.es and for the b-eat aod ahos who seaus w er r.sam h.r, the Jovua. 'iiim hmsnat-.r beep stading s table a the eanepeadil use*t or .ief yar abwng a by dq the prelal melme"olosuall aea,~11gb s.itd nShes weather oerra. this 'Uy. Pollowss ig the msed rw Sept., mU: al. w3sAst. TUUUS"Tsua. 1-ch4ar .. :,................ 1-4G r ....................... 4 -PClr d ....................... 74 1-.-P .. m ........ .......... b b--pt y...................... a7 1--P.r ....................... " 1-Pr .......... 4-Part l ..... I.. 71-Ps .... ................ U -Part Cloudy ........ ........ 70 17-Part couy-.. .............. 59 1-Clier Co... .. ............ U 1-Nt Cloudy ................. 70 7-Part cloudy ................ 3a-Nrt Cloddy........ C-Clear ..... .a . 45 27 Ceara.. ................ 46 Us-PNrt Clo udy................. 63 90-Part Clo uy................ 56 3--C.ody...................... 4M T.. fgares in the right hand colnd demote the average thermomster reading for the day: The highest temperature during the month was 99 onm the 7th. The amount at rainaall during the month was 1li0 at an lach. tree..m. a.. we.. BuALED PROPOBAIA for furnIsh oot charred) fo the whool house at Miles Ciwill be rebvod at the oase o th am sa until lS o'oloek oon. oth leu , ~i a thea. 59, th.e ns. hnear splees th7 wl teoe "written on the outsie ac the e vlopehe aoid opea ng by mi-tl tb ore th. time e t. The Board ot Trutees reserve the riht tho releet ny or a bide. iy order of the 3oas Gao. F. AU.voam . Mle. City. Sept. 4th, 1iBL llt b, InOm Ia nmal e bakr i. - n t . - -r e o.nr. a t p 4,m i .. , trot e ef 004waltlme, thea as Io AImCm c1 s ***,. eat ggg WHOUs da ., Igsv. g l.w-..II U. L G't W. 3. JOPDAxs t. G. . MIss. Vic M-tsR H. B.Wy, Cashier. C. L. CJru., Aas't Cas"i HEnRY TUSLER, mot. CART<", MILES CITY, MONTANA. CAPITAL, Spmrr. SURPLUS AND PROFITS,, W. B. JORDAN, GrE. U. MILs, H. B. WILEY, J. W. CTRRVELL, HENRY TUSLER, Jxo. CARTER, F. C. Roa.arson. 3MteWv art Pad onr W ae 'De0po 0 WILLIAM COURTENAY €-r oi,,. atmsa. Lire Sack Broker. Real ae a Commercial Agent for FIRE, LIFE and ACCIDENT INSURANCl. 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