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♦ EMORY NEW« ITEM« ♦
♦ By 8pecial Correspondent ♦
Mrs. White and children who have
heen visiting at the home of Mrs.
-WhiteijB father, W. H. Johns, left for
bee home in Canada, Tuesday. ••
Mir. Bucholts is digging hiB crop of
potatoes and is well pleased with the
•* ' B; A. Emèrlon was a business caller
at Emory Monday. ' , '
' W. H. Jobhs lost a Very valuable
■ horse laqt Friday night. .,, '
"■( Mr. Bristol is spending a feW days
bn bis Claim this week, • " ; . ■
Mh'Màttier left for Hbbson to,take
In the 1 fall threshing. Vl •
Mr', and »1rs. Tuff ley of Braddikh-t
ville were calling on the Jensen fam
ily Sunday in their new automobile. :
You should see the nice line of dry
goods and ladles' add misses' shoes
just arrived at the Emory Branch
store. » „ .
The Misses Bteadman of Hobson,
who have been visiting at the Barret
and ■ Deining hotnes for the last few
months, returned to their homes Tues
day. They were accompanied by
Howard Barret who will visit a few
days before going to resume his stud
ies in Billings.
Pearl Estep spent a few days with
his family on the claim this week
Mr. Tompkins, a sheep buyer from
Billings, bought all Mr. Lewis' sheep
last week, and in the future the old
time sheep ranch will be no more.
Wttf the splendid facilities at hand,
.Mr. Lewis can have an ideal dairy
or dry land farm.
' Mrs. Simon Jensen and daughter,
'iTirtft, left the first of the week for
Öi'äSgÖn, where Anna will attend school.
♦ PINE GROVE NEWS ♦
♦ By Special Correspondent. ♦
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"/ Marl White of Mankato, Kas., is
vihlting his uncle, George White.
CMerge Gordon of Middle Bench was
ftfaUet-kt Pine Grove Monday.
Frink Maynard has sold his farm
bid 1 Stück and is going to Portland,
Ore., to reside.
-'Clifford White and John Glger were
BSld Bütte visitors Sunday.
The'Sunday school at Pine Grove
will db»e for the winter the 29th of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Maynard visited
at Pine Grove Thursday afternoon.
Earl White was home over Sunday.
Mrs. Angie Jones visited her sister
at Bald Butte Sunday.
♦ NEWS FROM ELSO ♦
♦ By Special Correspondent. ♦
The Owl club is raising funds tot
the purpose of building a large hall
at Elso. Every settler in thia vicinity
should boost for .the project.
♦ Dorothy Chrysler of Roundup spent
■Sunday with Mary Grace Nelaon at
Edna Harmon haa returned from a
.visit with friends in Lavina.
» Mias Cummings, recently from Iowa,
is teaching the Elso school.
The three-room cottage which Bert
Leslie is erecting for I. W. Stahl up
on the latter's homestead, is nearing
completion. Mr. Stahl'a family is ex
pected soon from Chicago to take up
their residence on the homestead.
School opened last week in the
granary at Mr. Toulouse's homestead
with an enrollment of 14 scholars.
New furniture was installed the first
of the week, *nd with new books and
the splendid services of Miss Mary
Frawley the children should accom
plish a great deal during the tall term.
Through the earnest efforts of Mr.
Toulouse and others thia school was
made possible last spring. Misa Fraw
ley teaching the spring term. Before
another term the settler« hope to have
a comfortable school house ready.
Jesse Watt is slowly recovering
from a n attack of rheumatism.
The dance and box supper given by
the Owl club at the home of H. H.
Porter was a decided success. A num
ber of young people from Roundup
were in attendance.
The following young people left Mon
day to attend school: Mias Florence
Lindstrand, William Porter, Agricul
tural College, Boseman; Misa Dora
Hart, Dillon; Phillip Willys, Leo Hart,
Polytechnic, Blllinga; Chariot Shel
stead and Ed Baker, Harlowton.
Hart, Miller ft Rath joined Horse
shoe Bar in the Lake Banin this week
for the annual roundup.
A serious and perhaps fatal accident
happened to Joe Horrvat Saturday
mord fing about 10:00 o'clock. While
riding on the disc the horses he was
driving became unmanageable and
threw him under the dise, nearly sev
ering hit leg. Dr. Applemsn wai
called from Lavina and dreaaed the
wound. Very little hope la entertained
for his recovery unlees he can be re
moved to a hospital.
♦ THOMPSON'S FLAT ♦
♦ By 8pecial Correspondent. ♦
Bert Haylock, R. B. Thompson, Ru
fus Roberto and Jerry Brayman are
threshing this week.
The Wheaton ball team and the
Willows wore to play on the Willows
diamond last Sunday and the VL-Bar
nine wore to play the winning team.
The Wheaton boys did not nil Show
up la time, so part of the Wheaton
and part of the VL-Bar boys played
the Willows. Score. 14 to 10 in favor
of the Willows. The rest of the team
from Wheaton earn* later and they
played the Willows, wore It to S la
Caver of the Wheaton nine. The VL
Bar team had their maeeot along aad
oome called him the devlL
R. B. Thompeon lost a good ■
last wade with the loekjaw.
Hasel aad fYaaets Aehbridge left
last M onday for Betone to alt
HuUtors are la avMsaoa along Wil
low creek this week, hut the du
♦ «UROOYNE NOTE« ♦
♦ By Special Correspondent. ♦
Ted West and his wife are living on
their claim during harvest He is now
hauling wheat'te Cushman. ; ,
Gbbrge UYigér has rented the Wer
meitt« homestead for the-'Winter.
Mrs. Arthur West *pent Sunday
with 'Mr. and Miss Fire-hammer.
-• George Unger killed 'a coyote Sat
urday which was loitering near his
flock of chickens. The mate which
was with it made its escape.
Mrs. Mary Kinney spent Monday
with her daughter, Mrs. West.
Frank Eickert has hauled several
loads' of hay to his homèstead this
Mr, Olmstead came up from Round
up Monday for Mr. Anslow's saddle
horse which has been pasturing at Mr.
Mr. Hogg from Roundup, accom
panied by a friend, spent Sunday in
Arthur West was a guest of Herman
Maud Unger returned from Ryegate
Saturday to spend a few weeks with
her parents béfore entering school.
Ted West had the misfortune to
cripple on© of hiB large work horses
a few weeks ago, and it is still in very
bad shape. It had a slight barb wire
cut on its knee which was thought to
be nothing BeriouB, but blood poison
set in, and proved the cut to be very
ft BARBER NEWS "NOTES ft
ft By Special Correspondent ft
The following attended the Meagher
County fair held at Harlowton last
week: Alice Sherwood, Earl Simkins,
Fay Simpkins, Lloyd 8herwood, Fern
Simkins, Maude Chesley, Ed Baker,
Clara Tollefson, Evelyn Baker, Ghas
Sill, Henry Sill, Pearson Colberg,
Peter Moxness, Laura Skordahl.
Misa Clara Tollefson of Wisconsin
commenced her school in the school
house north of Barber last Monday.
A very successful Sunday school
picnic was held last Sunday in the
grove by the river.
School opened In Barber last Mon
day with Misa Mande Chesley as the
Mr. Tipling of the Independent Har
vester company, la in Barber this
Arthur Ecklund left last Monday for
Billings to resume hia studies at the
Henry Baker returned Tuesday from
Roundup where he haa been seeking
medical aid for his eyes.
Edith Eklund will leave Saturday
for Abasorkee, Montana where she ex
pects to teach school this winter.
Mr. Huron of the 79 ranch waa In
Mr. and Mrs. Bartz were In Harlow
♦ BIQ WALL NEWS ♦
♦ By Special Correspondent. ♦
Misa L. 8. Teesdale called at Grand
view ranch last week.
George Kintleman is setting fence
rosts to enclose his homestead.
Mrs. Moffett is enjoying a visit at
the Snyder ranch on Fattig creek near
Mrs. W. R. Fansman and daughter
Dorabell, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry C.
Brown had dinner Wednesday at the
Mossy Rock ranch.
Peter Peterson enjoyed a three-day
fishing trip near the Snowies recently,
but we haven't had the odor in the
air of frying fish.
Miss Ada Diets entertained the 10th
meeting of the L. P. R. club. There
were 17 members present and three
visitors, Mrs. W. R. Fanaman and
daughter, Dorabell, and Harry C.
Brown. Roll call by the secretary.
Mis* Diets, was responded to by mem
ory gem«. Current events waa led by
the vice-president, Mrs. Diet*. "That
reminds me" waa led by Mrs. Tagats.
There were interesting questions In
the question bun. Vom Crothers re
cited a poem very nicely und Mux and
Gladys each had short recitations. The
music by Mrs. Crothers and Kutheriue
Smith waa very much enjoyed. Mrs.
H. C. Brown and Mm. Fanaman did
some special dancing and others en
joyed a waits or two-step. Mesdames
Moffett and Kimball sang a duet, after
which the company wem invited over
the line to Mise Bessie Diets* cabin
where a dainty spread was served and
an Intereating letter from the former
secretary Mias Banachbach waa read.
Jolly toasts were given the young la
dies for their prosperity on their home
steads. The next meeting will be at
the Little Log Cabin with Mrs. C. M.
Brown, Sept 18.
♦ MONTANA STATE NEWS ♦
Culbertson la to have a postal sav
Granite county papers report slight
frosts Sept 8.
Blllinga la to be a parcels post cen
ter under the new law.
The Manhattan water works system
has been completed.
Montana poultrymen are planning a
big exhibit for tho auto fair.
Farmers near Drummond have or
ganised a grata elevator company.
A stats conference of city officials
is to bs held next month la Helena.
Batts athletes will organisa s branch
of ths National Amateur Athletic
Thera era 128.232 nudes in Montana,
subject to militia duty, an Increase of
22,842 over 1900.
A Bosamsn company haa been or
ganised to begin active work at once
placer mining on the West Gallatin.
Reports from every section of tho
state am to ths effect that all crops
this year will break ths record in
"Rod," tho chef at tho Palace, wfll
please. Take « meal with him a
i It next door to Tho Fad.
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We have been receiving Freight and Express Shipments of Fall
Merchandise, galore during the past few weeks. The Stocks have
been entirely renewed and increased until thè varieties Ore tremendous
and the range for selections far beyond comparison. Every department
shows Fajl Stocks which are being rounded into completeness. This is
: to be the;best season you and this store have ever enjoyed. : Foi* *prés
: ent we are featuring the new styles in the following departments,
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Women'» Fall Dresses and Coats
' WORTH STYLE
Women's Fall Style in Shoes
* SELBY HAKE
EXTRA HIGH CUT BOOT, BUTTON OR LACE, SHORT
VAMP8, IN ALL THE DIFFERENT LEATHERS.
Men's New Crosset Shoes
TO MAKE LIFE'S WALK EASY.
$3.50 to $5.00
Men's Sweater Coats
«• 75c to $5.00
M en's Underwear
UNION AND SEPERATE SUIT
50c to $4.00
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Women's Fall Styles in Corsets!
WUHETS KIBT PROOF MIES
ALL THE NEW PREVAILING EFFECTS AT PRICES
TO PLEASE EVERYONE.
Men's Ready - To - Wear Suits
I A S BING HAKE
A MAKE OP CLOTHING THAT It GUARANTEED TO
GIVE ACSOLUTE SATISFACTION TO THK WEARER.
$12.50 to $ao.oo
Men's New English Rain Coats
98.7S (o $10.00
Men's English Cravanetted Rain
Proof Coats $12.50
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WE SHOW REPRESENTATIVE LINE« OF RANCHERS AND MINER'« SUPPLIK«, SUCH AS SHEEP LINED COATS, MACKINAW
COATS, BLANKEST LINED PANTS, GERMAN SOCKS, FUR 0VERC0ÀT8, SWEATER COATS, HEAVY WOOL UNDERWEAR. ERIE *
RUBBER SHORE, HIGH LACE FOOTWEAR, LINED GLOVES AND MITTENS, BLANKETS AND* COM FO I TSR«. . THE ^ ABOYE 1
ARE EXTENSIVE 80 AS TO MAKE YOUR CHOOSING EASY ANO PROFITABLE. ALL MERCHANDISE IS MARKED AT Tftl
LOWEST POSSIBLE MARGIN OF PROFIT CONSISTENT WITH QUALITIES. OUR BUYING FACILITIES ARE SUCH THAT WE
CAN MEET ALL COMPETITORS. . .
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BENCH NEWS ♦
♦ By 8peclal Correspondent ♦
Rufus Roberta la around takln« ite'
school census for school district No. 2.
Joe Nemtc le working for Edward
While G. J. Krueger was in townj
the Sd of September, hie threshing
machine was run by people of little
experience and the cylinder boxes
wars melted which censed a layoff.
They will begin again Monday.
♦ KLEIN HAPPENINGS ♦
♦ By Bpeclal Correspondent. ♦
Several Indies gathered at the home
of Mra. Munson Jones to celebrate
little Montana Jones' first birthday.
Mr. Hobs arrived in camp Monday
from Harlowton. He haa moved his
family into the front rooms at Mr.
Adam Fletcher erturned Monday
from Kewanee. 111.
Mrs. William Ray served luncheon
Wednesday ofternoon to a few lady
Irwin Driscoll moved his family op
from No. Throe this week.
The Democratic primaries wer« hold
at tho school house Saturfoy nvantag.
Mr. and Mrs. Mungerms. who have
been visiting with the latter's slater,
Mrs. Richards, left for Miles City on
Wednesday where Mr. Mungerms os
pects to be employed on tho railroad.
Mining Engineer Brain of No. Three
was looking over the mine Thursday
Mias Pearl V. Nelson, nceompaaM
with her stator, was In camp Wednes
day. Miss Nelaon la campaigning for
county superintendent of schools os
the Democratic ticket.
Mias Frawley of Elso waa In ca
this week doing a little campaigning.
James Hunter came down from
Grant Falla Saturday where he la at
tending the Miners* convention, and
■pent Sunday at his home, returning
again 8nnday night
Mra. Robinson of Roundup was a
visitor at tho Richards homo Wednes
Vacation la aaariy over as school
win start Monday. 8ept. 16.
Jam Baird, who la Halting hero
with his brother. Dr. Baird, look a
rid« Into the Boll mountains Wednes
The Feed atom has s car of Gold
Medal Fleur, made from old whonL
Treat your family to s Sander I
ner at is« Palace cafe. Privat* diu
lag rooms an at your dtopoeoL
♦ GAGE HAPPENINGS ♦
♦ By Special Correspondent ♦
Watch tor special announcement of
the "Harvest Moon" dance.
Mrs. Z. Brown was a pleasant callsr
In Gags Thursday.
Rudy Kaplan waa renewing acquaint
ances in Roundup the tint of the
Mra Prank Brown of Dolphin waa
attending to busiaaas affairs in Gaga
Joe. Norbovig made a business trip
to Billings the fore part of tho week.
Mrs. Henry Adams waa attending to
business affaira and calling on friends
On Thursday the Cactus Dodgers
met at the home of Mrs. Hale, north
of Gage. It being the first meeting
since June, the members dispensed
with the usual program aad spent the
afternoon in n social way. At 8:00
o'clock tho hostess served refresh
ments, and the table waa laden with
, _ . . _ .
•°°* jMngs to eat The Cactus Dod
gera will entertain the L. P. R. elub i
of Big Wall at their next regular moot* 1
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hold at the new school hone«. Dinner
will be served at 1:20 o'clock. |
On Sunday last preaching services
were conducted at Pine hall by Rev.
Jones. A good crowd waa présent
Mra. William Staley was a business
caller In Gage the first of the week.
Mrs. M. A Fagan was calling on
friends in Gage the last of the week.
Mrs. Frank Darting waa a hnalaaM
caller here Saturday of laat week.
Tho Rev. Richard Jonas aad Harry
Wills were a m o n g the Sunday Hatton
Mrs. Ward Taylor and Mias Elate
Lackey were visitors In Gaga Thurs
Mr. aad Mrs. George Fawcett and
Mrs. Katheryn Smith wem la for Sun
day achesI last Sunday, calling on
Mends In Gage before returning.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Morse of Delphia
spent Sunday aad Monday Halting at
the Batachelet home near Gage.
The Davis aad Lewlsley plowing
outfit which haa boon working near
Gag« tho past week, hnvo almost com
pleted their contracts and will le«vo
shortly tor Flatwillow. As tor sa «sa
bo learned their work haa given ontirq
Messrs. Griggs Bros, of St Paul
have boon la the Hdalty **SS
week looking over their extensive
in ternat «. They hnvo »Man ed antra
rivo MRSravnmmris to the way of an
larging and building
Stoning of moo gram
GET THE HABIT
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WALK A BLOCK ANO GAVE A DOLLAR.
hall on Saturday, Sept 21. Good
muaic hu beeuaecured tor the oeca
pany obtained a lease on their land
tor a term of thro« years.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Roy and children,
and Mias Bolls Gowaas worn visiting
at tho Thompson ranch Saturday at
A grand Harvest dance will be given ;
by tho young people of Gage at Pino,
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a cordial Invitation is ex
tended to every one to come and help
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pwna o urag ranon.
♦ DELPHIA NEWS ♦
♦ By Speotal Correspondent ft
Prod Smith earn« book to Dolphin
Saturday evening from Blllinga.
Ralph Hogan was n pleasant entier
ln Delphia Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mra. Dick Norbovig weraj
business Halten Monday.
Mn. C. Mofflt of Roundup la a visit
or at tho Snyder ranch where her hoc
bond to employed.
Mise Dorothy Diamond arrived on
tho flyer Saturday morning tram Kan
sas City. Mo. 8he «moots to mate
ter homo with her sister Mias May
on her homestead üp Fettig creek.
Mr. aad Mra. Joe Uanabarry aad
children left Monday morning tor La
rins. Mr. Uanabarry has charge of
the section at that place.
Mr. and Mra. Millard Clark and
daughter, Wilma, of Blllinga, came in
Saturday evening tor a Halt with their
mother. Mra. L. B. Shnnkel.
• Laura Riley left Friday moru
la# tor Chicago wham ate wfll Halt
a month before going on to her h ome
In Pittsburgh. Fa.
Bov. Kran preached hin tel ■atmen
8aadsy morning. Ho toft M onda y tor
r sgrat to coo him an.
Most of ton wnm I
of the 0«
days. They have been at this pla>
tor over two months working' aim
the track as far ns Roundup,
Tho Democrats hold thalr primait
at this place Saturday afternoon, i
looting H. W. Ostrander and Thom
Flynn ns delegates to their court
tion to bo hold la Roundup Baturda
♦ WHKATON WBATHER RKPORT
Wheaton, Mont, Aug. 21.
Tho following to tho weather rape
for the month of August:
Maximum tamp., Aug. 24
Minimum temp., Aag. 20 .,
Number of clear days ........
Number of partly eloudy days
Number of cloudy days
♦ ROUNDUP MARKET REPORT
♦ Friday, Sept 12, 1812.
No. 1 Northern .....
No. 2 Northern ..........
No. 2 Northern ..........
No. 1 Turkey Bod Winter .
No. 2 Turkey Red Winter
No. 1 Western ..........
No. 2 Weeter B .................. g
No. 1 Durum
No. 2 Durum
No. 1 Flax ....................|L
No. 2 Flax ........... IllllllllSi
to cal aft ton Pals
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