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HEATING & PLUMBING
CHARLES LUND WALL
Repairing of All Kinds.
Prices Reasonable.
Phone No. 7.
424 E. Main.
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about it because the kitchen
sink is an important thing
in every house. You cannot
prepare good meals if your
sink is out of order because
you uepend upon it to keep
your cooking u t e n s e 1 s
clean. Now, if your sink is
dogged up or the faucets
don't work call us in. We
are the sink doctors. Our
plumbing is guaranteed.
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To avoid any carrying over of stock, we
will sell, as long as our stock lasts, mowers, rakes
and plows at less than present wholesale costs.
Remember please, that we will continue to carry
extras for these machines as long as we stay in
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Serving Iced Tea Deliciously
When this welcome beverage comes to you in a tall,
thirst-satisfying glass, daintily engraved, with a long grace
ful spoon, and tinkling ice, hot weather becomes a joy.
When serving in the afternoon or evening, the com
plete set is essential—Pitcher, Glasses, Spoons, Lemon
Dish, Sugar Holder and Tray.
Your needs for serving iced tea deliciously have been
anticipated at Pease's.
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Local Comment
Considerable adverse comment has
been aroused and a deal of actual
inconvenience has been experienced
because of the failure of the various
road supervisors to post notice re
garding repair work that is being
done on county roads. In many in
stances no detour signs have been
posted and teams or autos have to
retrace their way for considerable
distance before they can find a place
to turn out. The work on the road
from Belgrade to Springhill is an in
stance of this, no signs were posted
and in consequence all who did not
know about the work being done were
forced to go several miles before they
could get through to Belgrade. The
commissioners shoujd see to it that
all road supervisors >^>st the notices
where repairs are being made, not
right at the repairs, but back at the
roads.} This is a courtesy that
is due the tourists who are coming
through the valley and a convenience
to our own people as well.
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Our merchants have proved to their
own satisfaction that the people can
and will buy if the price is low
enough. Wherever prices at the re
cent sales were cut to the point of
exceptional values the sales were suc
cessful, but wherever the price in
ducement was lacking the public soon
found it out. In these times cf com
ing down with the market the fel
low who comes down first gets the
business. Of course the public often
demands too much, but the public is
not to be blamed for that inasmuch
as the public seldom knows the ex
act replacement of things or the rea
sons for market conditions. The man
out of work thinks everything is
high at any rate and the farmer
selling farm products as pre-war
prices will not be satisfied with any
price for merchandise short of a pre
war price and pre-war prices have
not yet arrived in manufactured
goods- Skilled labor is not down to
pre-war levels in any factory, and
freight rates have not returned to the
pre war level, nor has coal come
down. All of these elements of .cost
will grow less as time gees on but
it took six years of world war and
its aftermath to reach the peak of
prices in 1920, hence we ought to be
content to wait more than one year
to unscramble our economic eggs.
Two months from now we will be
getting ready for the fall term of
school again, people will be wonder
ing whether an early frost will catch
the late wheat and merchants will be
preparing for fail business. The
question with every man should be:
Am I prepared for a long, hard win
ter?" Next w-inter to those unem
ployed this summer is going to be a
severe one.
While not altogether an unmixed
blessing, the storm of last week was
on the whole most opportune and
benficial. It did some harm, lodged
the ^all grain and in some cases
broke the stalks of wheat, it tangled
up the hay in a way that is going to
take many hours to cut it, but it was
a godsend to the spring crops, par
ticularly on the dry land farms in
the northern part of the valley. There
is no use in gainsaying the fact that
the spring grain in most cases and
the fall wheat in many was begin
ning to burn badly. The storm came
just at the opportune time to help
fill the fall wheat heads and to stim
ulate the spring crops. The fact that
there was so much snow near the
mountains and in the center of the
valley the rain was continuous rath
er than driving, meant that there was
little run-off to the storm. The mois
ture went into the ground where it
was so badly needed. It is going to
take some real calamity to keep the
Gallatin from having a bumper crop
this fall.
, Six inches of snow on the Fourth
of July! Some record, and one that
few of us here in the Gallatin have
even seen equalled. The snow spoiled
innumerable picric parties and auto
trips, but it spelled prosperity to the
farmers of the valley, and that is
what we are all looking and hoping
for now.
In another column is an account of
the big picnic that is being planned
for July 30. This is a real picnic,
one that will embrace every soul in
the valley, for it is the idea of the
committee in charge to have every
store in the valley closed that day.
In a way it will be a day lost, a day
taken from the activities of field or
store, farm or office, but in every
IN OLD RECIPE
Sage Tea and Sulphur Turns
Sage Sulphur
Gray, Faded Hair Dark
and Glossy.
Almost everyone knov -3
Tea and Sulphur, properly compound
ed, brings bark the natural color ami
lustre to the hair when faded, streaked
or gray. Years ago the only way to get
this mixture was to make It at home
which is mussy and troublesome.
Nowadays we simply ask at anj
nrug store for "Wyeth's Sage and Sul
phur Compound." You will get a large
bottle of this old-time recipe Improved
by the addition of other ingredients,
at very little cost. Everybody uses
this preparation now. because no one
can possibly tell that you darkened
your hair, as it does It so naturally
and evenly. You dampen a sponge or
soft brush with it and draw this
through your hair, taking one small
strand at a time; by morning the gray
hair disappears, and after another ap
plication or two, your hair becomes
beautifully dark, thick and glossy and
you look years younger. Wyeth's Saee
and Sulphur Compound is a delightful
toilet requisite. It is not intended for
the cure, mitigation or prevention of
disease.
other way it will be a day gained
We have been too prone to stick close
ly to the ribbon counter—as some
folks say—and have neglected meet
ing and being with the people who
live around us. These days when
everyone gets together, when friend
greets friend and neighbor chats with
neighbor, when we devlop a commun
ity interest and the damnable line
between town and country is forgot
ten, they come too seldom. The idea
of this picnic is a gooct one and should
be enthusiastically helped by every
one.
A landlord by the name of McCas
key, owner of an apartment house in
Pittsburg, has announced that each
family residing in his house will be
credited with a month's rent for each
baby born. That's fine. Hat., off to
McCaskey. That is far better than
putting up a sign: "No Dogs or Chil
dren Allowed." We wonder wnat ef
fect a like offer would have on the
Biackmore.
Is Bozeman to be the last to start
work on the new college buildings?
At the recent offering of the state
bonds in Helena there was not a sin
gle bid, owing to the present state of
the bond market. But that did not
stop Missoula. The banks of that city
and a large commercial house made
arrangements to take up $ 200,000
worth of the bonds so that work
the foundations of the new buildings
on
there could be started. In Butte a
similar move has been taken. What
about it, Bozeman? The architect's
plans are almost ready and apparent
ly the question of whether or not the
work will be started rests upon local
people. If Missoula and Butte can
come across, will Bozeman stay out?
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Monday afternoon with Mrs. Carlson. !
Mr. and Mrs. E. Werner motored
to Bozeman Saturday afternoon.
Garland Gilman spent Sunday and
the Fourth with his parents in Boze
man.
Tom and Pill Pierce loaded a car
of wheat at the West End siding
last week.
Bill Watson and Nels and Sigvard
Jensen spent a few hours fishing on
Brackett Creek one day last week,
Mr. and Mrs- J. L. Wells and
granddaughter, Gladys Ward, left on
Monday for a motor trip to Huntley,
where they will visit at the home of
Albert Wells and family.
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more power when power is needed. Inefficient lubrication means pro
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life is only half gone.


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Miss Laura Sorenson and Joe Me
Laughlin motored to Reed Point
last Sunday and spent the day with
Mr. McLaughlin's parents near there.
Mr. and Mrs- B. Werner and fam
ily motored to Sedan Thursday and
spent the day at the Kannegaard
home.
Mrs. E. Cash, B. Werner and Sig
vard Jensen were among the business
callers at Livingston different days
during last week.
Raymond Kannegaard of Sedan
spent a couple of days at the Watson
heme last week visiting his little
daughter Cleo.
Charlie, Bill and Ralph Pierce and
Manuel Kay motored to the Yellow
stone, where they spent the even
ing and Saturday morning fishing.
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HAVE EXPERTS FINISH YOUR
PICTURES
Printing, Developing and Enlarging
Quick Service and Excellent Work
ROECHER DRUG CO.
Phone 327
Prescriptions a Specialty
116 E. Main
PROTECTED BY LAW
The national government enacted the pure food and
drug laws to protect the public against humbugging drug
gists. We never did sell anything that was not exactly as
represented, anyway. We built up our business by giving
value in pure drugs and medicines, so why go elsewhere.
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No home is complete without an Erickson Towel Holder.
We have one for your home, and want you to call and re
ceive this useful household necessity with our compliments.
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COX-POETTER DRUG CO.
10 E. Main
Phone 128
Earl Warner and Charles Pierce
made a trip to the fish hatchery one
evening last week and got 30,000
' Eastern brook trout which they plant
ed in the creek here.
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; O'CONNELL SPEAKS
TO ROTARY CLUB
At the weekly luncheon of the Ro
tary club, held in the Bozeman ho
tel Tuesday noon, M. J. O'Connell was
the speaker of the day. Mr. O'Con
nell discussed the laundry business,
telling of its early stages and of the
strides that had been made in scien
{tific work during the last few years.
His talk was listened to with a great
deal of interest and its subject mat
ter was new to most of the audience.

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