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_ EDUCATIONAL _ A COLLEGE EDUCATION for you at lav coat. Catalog free. GOODING COLLEGE, Gooding. Idaho. ASS AYERS, CHEMISTS LEWIS A WALKER, assa yera, ctom tota 188 W Wyoming BUTTE. HOBT. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES GENERAL STORE, modern meat inlpment, dolus rood business To claw •state. Writ« THOMAS w. LOWE, admtn 1strstor, Moore. Montana. HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED Christian Housekeeper over 34. Widower, two «Irls. Volteyslde Farm, Kdlnburc. Mo. Dakota. medical _ EPILEPSY—EPILEPTICS! Detroit lady finds rebel tor husband after Special ists. home-abroad, failed. AU letters answered. Mrs. decree Dempster, Apt. U, «800 Laf ayette Blvd.. West. Detroit, Mich. PERSONAL LONESOME? JOIN SELECT CLUB. Refined ■ THORPE, Box 18, Rtttoawood. Brooklyn, N. Y. everywhere. E.L S A members VULCANIZING SERVICE THRESHER BELTS SPLICED, guar anteed for life of belt. Six-inch 18.00: 7-ln. ne.OO: 8- ln 113 50. Cute repaired, (lies al tered. Return fretoht paid. Two-day »errtee. BRANTCK VULCANIZING. Fargo, R. D. JtEAL - ES TATE_ J. C. MORGAN, Missoula, Mont., sells real property. FARMS FOB SALE IRRIGATED FARM BARGAINS—In Glen Lake Irrigation district, Lincoln coun ty, Montana. Improved, partially Improved and wholly unimproved farms, ranging in size from an 80-acre tract with J5 acres Irrigated an op to a 440-acre tract with 173 acres Ir rigated. Suitable lor widely diversified crops, dairy and beef cattle, hogs and poultry. In writing lor prices, terms and other Informa tion. kindly Indicate size of farm. Irrigated acreage and other essentials wanted so that farms described to you wlU most nearly suit your needs. Better still, come and see H Th at Farm Home For You Is here. D. A. KENNEDY, Kureka. Mont. ; . „„„„ „ „„„cr , : 40 ACRES ; 3-ROOM HOUSE, WELL f^m^oiympic ^Tgiiway^Tooo^doiiarz^ £££*. L^ed-onland ôn hThway; im P ro"d farm. 40 acres orchard; 28 acres loganberries. ! Bargain; party wants to retire account of age. h. b. GARDNER. Gardiner. Washington. 1 FORECLOSED RANCHES ON EASY TERMS •SB acres In Powell county near Ovando. Good Improvements, partly Irrigated. Price 17,800.00. 3 sections near Maudlow, Gallatin county. Fenced but not otherwise Improved. Appraised «8,380.00. Price *2,500.00. MV* sections adjoining the above, well Im proved, may be had with It. If desired. Half section four miles from Manhattan, Gallatin county. Fenced and house. Appraised «3.300.00. Price *1,800.00. Section and half. Sweet Grass county. Good Buildings, all fenced, spring. Price *5,000.00. Ho commissions. CONRAD KOHRS COMPANY Helena. Montana Box «97 EXCEPTIONAL BARGAINS in Rath drum Prairie. Improved farms as low as «1,000: also cordwood lands, sub-lrrlgated. GRID LEY INVESTMENT CO., Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. IRRIGATED FARMS AND RANCHES. ARTHUR O. ANDERSON, Bonded Beal Es tate Dealer, Columbus, Mont. HAY AND STOCK RANCH for sale. Pleasant Valley. Montana. Write L. O. MONEY, Marion, Montana. RANCHES RANCH FOB SAX«—160 Acres Deed ed. 130 lease, 8 0 acr es meadow. Creek and ■■rings. Cheap. PETER O ALDER, Marion. Mont. ATTENTION STOCKMEN $2.00 FOB A GOOD COW—Sperry's Lump Jaw Remedy has made good cows from lumpy animals for over 20 yea rs. * 3.00 at drug stores or send direct to J. SPERRY CO. Sioux Falls. 8. D. STOCK REMEDY ABORTION—LASTING immunity one vaccination. Government licensed: money back guarantee. Free abortion Uterature. Fanners Serum A Supply Co., Dept. 19, Kan sas City. Mo. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE OUR USED SACKS (RECLEANED) for wheat, oats—any other purpose—are abso lutely guaranteed and prices are low. ALASKA JUNK CO., Inc., Spokane. Wash. FILM FINISHING KODAK ROLLS, SIX AND EIGHT exposure«, developed and printed, also one 9x7 enlargement, 35 cents. Guaranteed "sup •rglose" prints of fine quality. Firm estab lished 33 years. Northwestern Poto Service. Msndsn. N. D. ROLLS DEVELOPED—6 prints, two double weight pro fessional enlargements, or one enlargement framed. 35c coin. Reprints Sc each. NORTHWEST PHOTO SERVICE. Panto. H. D. DOGS FOR SALE ROCKY RANGE KENNELS. Creston, Montana, offer puppies at aaerlflce prices; Sable collies. Springer Spaniels. Fox Terriers. STATE YOUR WANTS. M. N. A. JULY 20. 1936 (2) DISTlIirtrTR 0 PlICTl A NATIONAL A FISH STORyy n It's true what they say 9 about Windsor! It ^ dots taste better than many higher-priced whiskies. Try aoottle. "i . : I.'*' iliij mi inftsor ■or X■ 2 i 93 PROOF—STKAIRHT BOURBON WHISKEY NATIONAL DISTILLEES PRODUCTS CORP . Extcrnth. Ofutt: New York. N. Y. The Legacy O •/ By Charles J . McGuirk , „ _ . „ , L ,, Chicago Tribune-wevjror^ New» Syndicate, (IN THREE PARTS—PART TWO) Time passes more slowly in New York fh „„ ,, m WeW ïorK In man il* Maybe that is because in Glenville you were very busy in your profession. whteh was being Dick Donelson, your father's partner. You always had some thing to do. You were hurrying out in the country to deliver a baby or set a broken arm or only to give some kid castor oil for a bellyache. You saw farmers' wives, drab and tired and un knowlng that life was anything but an endless series of tasks to be done and things to worry about. You saw worn en you had known all your life who suddenly looked at you shyly and Im personally and told you their symp toms. Publtobed by Br»-csal Arrangement» With Tha fCopyr tobt: 1*M: By Charta« J. MeQalrk.) In New York you were merely the fashionable Dr. Barry's handsome : young assistant. You knew you handsome because so many women you so. They weren't drab farmers': wives or women you had known all your life. They were beautiful, hard-eyed, shapely women who told you their i were told ners' : most intimate physical secrets with cynical laughter and insisted that you look at their bodies through sheer laces. Women who stared speculatively at you while you placed your stetho scope over their hearts. Women who; wondered what an attractive young man like you does with his evenings. "Dear Dad: New York is fine. I'm doing all right. Lots of beauti ful women tore. How are Mrs. Dor emus and the twins coining along? Don't forget they are my babies. They were both e,asy births. That Is a funny thing about twins, isn't it? How is Ole Erickson's arm? That crazy Swede has more in testlnes than an elephant. He wouldn't take an anesthetic and didn't even breathe hard when I set it. It is coming on to spring here, but you would never know it. The only flowers you see are in windows or on women. I eat at Toni's, an Italian restaurant. Bet you're glad I'm not there to take your practice away from you—" That Toni had good whisky. Dick got to drinking more and more of It. Sometimes it made him think he was back In Glenville and hurrying out on a call. Sometimes it only made him forget. But that was all right, too. "Doc," Ed Struthers casually told Dr. David a few days after he had read that letter of Dick's, "I got to run up to New York an business. What say if I look Dick up? How long has he been gone? Nearly nine months, isn't It? Doggone If time don't fly!" "Say. Ed!" David's eyes lit up. "Would you do that? He'll be tickled to death to see you. And you look him over, gee if he's all right." "How'll I know? I'm no pill-roller.: Probably won't recognize me, anyhow. He's a big city specialist now. I'm only ,a hick lawyer." "Not Dick, Ed. Give him—my love, Tell him I'm glad he's gone." CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS RUBBER STAMPS AND SEALS „ „ .. JL „^ ubbe . r , tY Pe. -RLKNA STAMP works, Heien«, Montan« RUBBER AND METAL STAMPS, Stencils, check signs. PACIFIC STAMP WORKS. W. 518 Sprague Ave.. Spokane. Wash. BABY CHICKS LOW PRICES ON OUR U. S. Ap proved and Pullorum Tested Baby Chicks daring July. We wUl ship O. O. D. MEYER'S HATCHERY, Ellendale. No. Dakota. POULTRY 4 HIP Y OUR CHICKENS and HYBTRAHD POULTRY CO., Butte, •or Top Prices and Prompt Returns. M C o« USED AUTO FARTS Used parte for all oars. Great Polls. \uto Parts Co. FARMS WANTED FARMS WANTED—With the comple tion of Fort Peck dam hundreds of fanners win be obliged to move from their Missouri oottom lands and will be looking for new 'oeatlons. If you want to sell your farm tdvertloe It in THE GLASGOW COURIER, lloagow, Montana, Covers Port Peck terrt completely. Write for rates. LIVESTOCK WANTED ALL KINDS OF LIVESTOCK Wanted lor my auctions. Centrally located In feeder ! belt of Iowa wher e crops and demand are mod. auctioneer wilson. Dyaart. Iowa. IRRIGATION SUPPLIES -—~—— -- ——— KRHîATlON PUMPS that a n de 4 •n» in flrgt letter. Parma WATER LIFTER I PmnnÄ. Idaho <j Dick wasn't at Dr. Barry's office when gy arrived. A pretty nurse In spotless white Informed him that Dr. Donelson had been ill for several days. But Dick wasn't at home either. Ed found him Ä T " ni 'i He **• s P rawled chiOr. his head on his arms on the tabic,! I°Z drunk v, Ed v, W8 £ n } su i2TÎ?!S In fact, it was what he had suspected. The instinct, he would have told you, that one drunk has for the presence of another—no matter at what dis tance. "What's his bill?" he asked Toni, and when he had paid it: "Call me a cab, will you, and help me out with him. No thank« nothing to drink.' Yes. I will, too. Give me a big ginger ale." He took Dick to his hotel. He sat at 1 his bedside for hours and listened as the boy deliriously cried for Glenville and his father, for a chance to do what hp wAnfcpd La Ha | he wanted to do. . • • • | Hollywood is filled with mothers of casting attentions of "yes" men of all degrees to their daughters, letting It be known future women screen stars. They hang about the studio gates. They crash Hollywood parties. They Intrigue with directors. They encourage the i of "yes" men of all degrees that there is no limit if only Geraldine : I gets a chance in return TheyTl even throw themselves in in the bargain 11 an older studio executive—They are the slime of the earth, Ella Joined the ranks of these, but she was not one of them. Indeed, no! ! She was Mrs. Dr. Donelson of Glen ville. Her daughter had won a beauty contest and would take her screen test at once, if you please, They gave Pat her screen test, as per contract. Poor little Pat! beautiful, but the camera per contract. Poor little Pat! She was beautiful, but the camera registered her as a little too tall and pinched of feature. Nights of tears will wash any girl's beauty away. They had her regls : ter love and hate .and fear and Joy and sorrow. They all came cut on the screen exactly alike, because Pat had never : had any dramatic training. They had her speak and sing little Kings. The timber of her voice was not of the : quality that the microphone demands. ! Her voice was wavery. ( They were sorry, they told Ella, but! ; Miss Donclson's talents were not exactly fitted to the screen. Pat was glad. Birt ! Ella wasn't. Ella was indignant. They • didn't suppose for a moment that she ! believed that, did they? All right. Did 1 they know who she was besides being Mrs. Dr. Donelson? Well, she was Eli» ! Donelson, a very wealthy woman, Ella : Donelson, president of the Glenville i Woman's club, president of the Glen- j ville W. C. T. Ü., chairman of the : Glenville board of censorship. And she! didn't mind telling them that she didn't like a lot of the things she had already seen and heard here In Holly wood. She wondered If they would like ; her to go back and in a series of lec- * tures tell the people of the middle west iust how things were done here Ini Hollywood. She took out her militant 1 Christianity and pinned it on tor ample bosom. And Hollywood handled her with kid gloves. Pat got fairly steady work as an extra girl. The larger the mob, the more likely she was to be called. She mustn't be Impatient, Ella told her. Rome wasn't built in a day. Some day some one of importance would dis cover her. That was the story of m»ny Hollywood stars. Some one of import ance had discovered them. Some one of importance did discover Pat. He was I Henri Lanier, Mammoth's ace director. Henri liked them beautiful. He liked them young. He liked them innocent. Pat was all three. She was made to order for Henri Lanier. "Dear David: We »re getting on famously. Pat's progress, which has been slow, has suddenly become most gratifying. She has attracted the attention of Henri Lanier, one of the greatest directors In Holly- i wood. He has already taken her to I a premiere, which Is one of this town's most important events. He has »Iso taken her to the Ambassa i dor several times to dance. He has S ven her an Important part In 'The Oman Scorned'. I would like to come home, but you can see how i important it is to Pat's future that I remain tore with her. You had better send $5,000. Living is very expensive tore." "I hate Henri Lanier," Pat told her mother as she arrived home one night from an evening with him. "He paws! all the time. His hands are damp. He's old. He's nearly as old as daddy. He's bad." "You can keep him in his place," Ella told tor eagerly. "He knows you're good girl. Remember your career." Sure. Henri Lanier in,® Pat m B ! _ _ a good girl. Th»t is What to liked about her. He got a kick out of good girls. „„'. T £ ar DaddY: Mother has told you how well I'm doing, so I guess I'm doing well. How are you? Do y? u miss me? I miss you awfully, How is everybody in Glenville? Give I Ed Struthers my love. How is Bill Haight? Hfis he another girl? Lots of love. Your Pat." • • "I'm sorry you found me In the condition you did," Dick told Ed ; Struthers. They were sitting In Dick's hotel room, and be was bathed and i shaved and very well— drawn and haggard-looking. "It was swell of you to move my things. I'd Just as soon they didn't think I went on sprees. O they've seen me a trifle un der the weather. But I never went so long before. "Hell, and Ed Struthers laughed, "you are not apologizing to me for being on . a little bat, are you? With my rec ord? Maybe you'd better have a drink right now. Make you feel better." Millions of Fish Eggs Gathered At State's Spawning Stations Approximately 50,000,000 native trout, rainbow trout and grayling eggs have been taken at state spawning stations this season and placed in hatcheries of the state fish »nd game department. About 20,000,000 native trout eggs have been taken from stations at Georgetown lake, the fish and game department announced. The greyllng! and rainbow trout take was about 14,- 000,000 eggs each. It was said. -$— Stute Bond Redemptions During June the state redeemed $253, 42 of Its outstanding bonds, according to State Treasurer James J. Brett.! During that time the state purchased purchased $561,048 in new bonds as follows: Fergus county refunding bonds, $ 520 , 000 ; Thompson Palls water bonds, $4,849; Richland county bonds. $12,000; Dutton water bonds, »4,800, and additional Thompson Palls bonds, $9-99 The total investments of the state on June 30 amounted to $17, 83JH7. "No!" There was horror In Dick's voice. I never want to see the stuff again ru never take another drink, A doctor cant drink." H "That's right" Ed Struthers thought füllt agreed. "Come to think of it. But speaking of doctors reminds me of what I wanted u> see you atout now that I bannen to be in New York It's about tour father " * He -' rt _ h . h - 1 he? There ^ wrong? _ W; th your dad? I should say not. " c j" pt that he isn't as young as he P 5 ™ t0 *». That's it. Dick. He's a little r* 5 o!d 40 handle his practice alone. I kEOW you're settled here In the city, on your way to becoming a great sur p° n You can t get away. But you must ar î ow som e young doctor who wouldn't mind roughing it in a small town." - "I do!" Dick laughed, and his eyes were shining "It's myself! I don't want to be a big surgeon, Ed. I want to work to be a big surgeon, Ed. I want to work with my dad and learn something. Do something worth while for my own peo pie Honestly, I'm so damned sick of New York I could büm it. I'm crazy to be back home." (To Be Continued) 1 1 ■Tf 1,1 I uAwiiiAfirt oi Indoors ""S, ««««•"•" than a * • • • i 1 1 i fOI l* 8 * j 9 r - 4 ♦ y > ...î y ' t. y î « . '• 90 (i OLOITTMI DISTILLERS, Inc., N. Y. C ; si\ i BUNDED WHISKEY—Th* WhUk.y Without Rogrott « moor dto l «5TÄ 8% " m •* - j 1 % eft. *■ *'«. # « r* frtfh tU«J WW»r ,w pun* > : :ç i e , -, l' msmm f , :.'r| ■ m2 m «.V 4 lot Find Old Quaker on the list and taste "A Barrel of Quality!" It doesn't take a barrel of money to buy it It's "The Friendly Whiskey The next time you are ordering drinks, ask for your friend. Old Quaker! For Old Quaker straight whiskey has a mighty mellow way of pleasing customers. Just as there's a barrel of quality in every bottle of Old Quaker, there's a barrel of quality in every highball, cocktail, sour or julep that's made with Old Quaker. You'll get a heaping portion of real whiskey richness ,when you say''Make mine with Old Quaker!" 90 PROOF PINT ff 85 c • • < * i » 1.60 QUART • * 1 itw i !J II i V — -yX <****1 P UP njUi &KE R STRAIGHT WHISKEY... AS TOU PREFER IN BOURBON OR RT1 AT ALL STATE STORES COPYRIGHT 1936, THE OLD QUAKER CO.. LAWRENCE BURG, IND. MILLION TICKS TO BATTLE FEVER rtRRiFR*! op nsFAD msfakf to i akkieks Or DREAD DISEASE. TO Despised carriers of the dreaded Moun ,^ in . »potf d fever, a million crawling brown wood ticks in " l t i hc VwîÂ SUU ^ P"®"* health service laboratory at Hamilton, will be ground Into vac rinp 'o Inoculate 300.000 persons against the disease next year, Tins year the laboratory produced enough vaccine for between 40,000 and 60,000 persons, less than the usual amount because last winter's severely cold weather destroyed a large number of the ticks which would have gone Into manuacture of serum. Dr. B. C. Phillips said the problem of the laboratory now is to obtain enough guinea pigs for experimental wo £ k Guinea pig breeding pens now construction at the laboratory ar f. expected to overcome this diffl BE USED IN WAR AGAINST IT IN 1937 CAMPAIGN ® al ?; In rush seasons, the service uses about 1,400 pigs a month In Us experi ments. At one time the laboratory util ized all available pigs between Kansas City and Seattle. An appropriation of $140,000 will 9# Excise License Taxes Beer and excise license taxes from Jan. 1 to May 31 last amounted to $363,000 according to a report issued by the state board of equalization. Collections for the same period in 1935 amounted to »333,000. Of this year's $88,000 was in taxes and the remainder ii cen ses. Last year $75,000 of the revenue was from berr taxes. BB9HBHHBSB9SP9999SSP finance the work this year. Dr. Phillips said. The laboratory employs 47 per sons, some of whom, the officials said, "know more about ticks and their habits than do the ticks themselves." r Rader Resigns Ralph D. Rader, member of the en gineering department of the state high way commission since 1920, has re signed. effective at the end of July. In recent years he has been chief engineer of the bridge department. He plans are indefinite but that he m»y go to California to reside. hJS - Drive carefully on the highways! "KLUTCH" HOLDS FALSE TEETH TIGHT Klutch forms a comfort cushion) holds the plate so snug it can't rock, drop, chafe or "be played with". Yon can eat and apeak as well as yon did with your own teeth. 25c and 60c a box at Drug Stores.—Adv.