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Gallatin Valley Lands
v % *•: ig BARGAINS FOR SALE—Good three room house, two lots, chicken house, shed; and heater in house; $900.00. range The house could not be built for this price. We can locate you in a modern bun galow on the south side of town at prices that will suit your purse. - If you have property you want to sell, list it with us now and we'll advertise it and push it this fall; if you want to buy, come in and see us. FOR SALE—320 acres; about 100 plow land, balance pasture, all acres fenced; 2 fine springs, 2 room house, Price $8000.00, will take in sheds. town property to the value of $2500.00 FOR SALE—320 acres, all fenced and cross fenced, good 2 room house, meadow, 100 acres sown to winter wheat. Good spi'ings, open water, 1 mile from school. Priced at only $10.00 per acre and will take in town property to the extent of $2,000.00. FOR SALE—8 acre truck farm just outside city limits; this is a fine place for a home and a place that you can make a good living from; call and investigate. MONEY TO LOAN E.J.SEKM. (Over Courier Printing Office) Phne 127-W LOCAL ITEMS Alburn Walton was transacting business in Bozeman Friday. Dr. C. E. Whitehead spent Sunday at Logan, visiting with his family. Fred Homann has returned from Butte, where he spent a few days attending to matters of business. Mr. and Mrs. Jenks spent Fiiday in Manhattan, visiting friends and attending to matters of business. Mrs. Frank McDonnell, of Camer on. was visiting in Bozeman on Fri day last for a few hours. I Philadelphia Diamond Grid Batteries f I PRICE OF STANDARD SIZE BATTERY One Year Guarantee Buick, Moled D, Chcverolet, Ford, Oakland. v . Late Bukks, Hudson, Reo, Okland. Dodge, Franklin . $25.50 $30.50 9 $38.50 j These Batteries are standard size, with 5 5-8 x 4 8-4 i inch Diamond Grid Plates and quarter sawed hard wood " separators, with one year guarantee. 1 I » I I Charles R. Poor Philadelphia Battery Distributor I Phone 794-M 28 S. Black Ave. GOODENOUGH Those fresh home-made Spud Chips 2 pkgs. for 35c Sylmar Ripe Olives Contain 17% olive oil, therefore a great food— Luncheon size .-. Pint size . Quart size .. 20c 25c 45c Concord Grapes We are advised that the season is nearly over. r THOÄ. H. REA CO. Phone 24 J. W. Black and L. M. Johnson were among the Manhattan visitors in Bozeman last week. Mrs. Arthur Neate, of Creek, was visiting her mother in Bozeman for a few days last week. Mrs. James White returned Sat unday from Hunters Hot Springs, where she had spent a week. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Dier are spending a few days at their home up the West Gallatin. Mrs. Seth Bohart is entertaining her daughter, Mrs. F. A. Wegner, of Three Forks. > Mr. and Springhill were Bozeman visitors 'Friday, driving in with their auto to do some shopping. Walter Anderson, of Red Lodge, spent a few hours visiting his sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Orton, last Friday. R. E. Albright, of Three Forks, principal of the schools at that city, enthusiastic attendant at the Willow \ Mrs. John Walton of was an football game Saturday. Allen Carmen, principal of the Bel grade schools, was a visitor in Boze man last Saturday. He took in the football game. Mrs. Elizabeth Kinkaid is enjoy visit with her sister, Mrs. Ball, mg a of Philadelphia, who arrived Sunday in Bozeman. Mrs. Pierce Elmore, Forks, has been visiting her grand mother, Mrs. A. K. Stanton, for the past week. Miss Marcea Bozeman the first of the week to take up duties at the Deaconess hos pital as a nurse. Mrs. Joe Hart is visiting friends Ringling. Together with Mr. Hai-t, she drove over Saturday last in the'r auto William Howard and his bride ar rived in Bozeman from New York on Friday. They will be guests at the of Three Martin arrived in at home of H. H. Howard for a few days. Yellowstone re The schools at ceived an official visit from Miss Lu superintendent, eile Quaw, county last week. Last week Mr. A. A. Braten en tertained Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Kjose, of Seattle, Wash., for a few days at his home in Bozeman. Mr. Braten old-time friends and Mr, Kjose are who have been associated together in a number of pleasant vacation trips during the past few year.s While in Christiana, Norway, last June these two men met in a hotel, neither knowing the other to be out of the United States. They enjoyed Norway, Mr. a very pleasant time in Braten returning and Mr. home The arrival of Kjose remaining. a l Mr. and Mrs. Kjose. who are driving from New York, was a very home pleasing surprise to Mr. Braten. Mrs. R. M. Keister is visiting her father at Livingston this week. Mrs,, Fred Axtell and son Eugene were visiting friends in Bozeman on Saturday last. J. E. Atkins, of Salesville, was in Bozeman last Saturday, doing some shopping. M. M. Duncan, of Virginia City, was visiting with his family over Sunday. George M. Lewis, of Manhattan, w T as one of the rooters at the foot ball game last Saturday. Miss Lucile Quaw was visiting the Valley Center schools the first of the week. Last Sunday» a most delightful outing was enjoyed by the employes of the Willson store, together with their wives and other relatives. A trip up the West Gallatin by auto featured the day, with a portion of the time spent in the canyon just above the C. F. High ranch. The party then journeyed to the Logger Creek cabin of where he and his family welcomed them to a most delightful dinner served by the Willson store. A most pleasing surprise of the occasion was the presence at the dinner of Mrs. L. S. Willson, widow of the late Gen ei*al Willson, founder and for many years at the head of the Willson store. During the afternoon members of the party took hikes about the beau tiful canyon, some toasted marsh mallows, while others visited with the host and Mrs. Willson. The trip back to Bozeman was a delightful one, bringing the participants of the happy day to their homes early in the evening. . ' % Fred F. Willson, DRIVE OF Y. M. C A. (Continued from Page 1.) cadets class will come to an end Sat urday, a bean feed featuring this at noon.. The standing of the teams now show the Bobcats with 145 points, Panthers 121, Tigers 114 and the Lions 94. The captains of the respective teams are: Harold Rus sell, Howard Erwin, Gardner Waite, and Ed. Dean. The final tournament will be a Spizzeringtum. Later four new teams will be organized for an other tournament. CHARTER RECEIVED (Continued from Page 1.) visitors at the luncheon were Prof. G. N. Arnett and H. M. Shea, state inspector of food and drugs. The program for Wednesday even ing is so arranged that every one present will participate. Visitors will be present from Billings, Mis soula, Helena, Lewistown and other cities of the state. The affair will start with a dinner at the Bozeman Hotel dining room, after which the presentat : on of the charter will be made. Other talks will be given by both local men and visitors, and then there will be dancing for the rest of the evening. Special attention will be given to the visiting ladies by a committee organized Tuesday for the purpose of looking after their comfort and en tertainment. During the afternoon a reception will be held at the apart ments of R. O. Wilson in the Ever green. Light refreshments will be sei*ved. Also there will be auto rides for the visitors about the city and neighboring canyons during the day. The Charter Day will be made a feature which every Kiwanians will long remember with pride. I I i s BOBCATS DEFEAT ORE DIGGERS (Continued from Page 1.) ular touchdown that will long be re membered. From the kick-off by MacDonald, which went far behind the opponents' line, throughout the entire game, it a struggle of worthy opponents. The line was there against the heavy lunges of the Ore Diggers, forcing was them to attempt the forward pass, which they resorted to after innum erable failures to make a gain. They were successful in the aerial attack for a time, getting into Bobcat ter ritory where there was danger of a score. Each time, though, the Bob cats held them, thereby taking the ball back into the field, forcing the Ore Diggers to a defensive battle. ' To the credit of the School of Mines be it said, they are a great team, fast in action, giving the Bob cats a contest to be classed among the hard ones to be played this sea son. They were many times better than the Mount St. Charles team, played a stronger game, so the im provement in the Bobcats since that game was brought out in a forceful manner. At the end of the first half neither tern had scored, though the playing had been fast and hard. It looked to thojje on the side-lines as though there might be a scoreless game, but when the play started in the second half the Bobcats were out to put the ball over, and they did it,. The first Uotichdowii came when McCarren made a successful forward pass to Morphy, who went over the line. Scotty kicked goal. One more for J. Fred Cline ward pass resulted in a goal, while one resulted in straight bucking the line. The other was made when Cogswell intercepted the ball on an attempt at a forward pass by the | Or© Diggei's, and carried the ball over the line. The game was a clean one from the standpoint of sportsmanship; there was practically no complaining by either team, while Pat Kelly of Missoula kept the men moving all the time. He handled the game to the satisfaction of the teams and 1 the attendance. Everyone was told ! by him to keep back from the field j or the home team would be penalized, | so the crowd remained at a respect- | ful distance. J McGough officiated as umpire, and j was head lineman. ( These two men were right-on the job all the time, Cline calling offside penalties. Every student was out in the field between the halves, giving all the colege yells, forming the M. ! S. C., doing the snake dance; and cheering the players. The support of the Bobcats from the sidelines ~was a decided demonstration of the feel ing of joy in the home town crowd. The difference between the play ing of the Bobcats Saturday as com pared with that of the Mount St. Charles game showed up to a most remarkable degree. The improve ment was most impressive, and Tubby Graves and Coach Wilson can be proud of the work done. There will be some really surprised foot ball fans in Bozeman if the Bobcats do not pile up a big score and take away the big game with the "Bru ins." The injured members of the team are recovering in fine shape, and will be ready for the next game. ! JlïUlîiï .1: m l. CLTl ~1 I* Foresight as to the Eyesight = —of all human faculties I —eyesight is most to be prized I —but of all the faculties = —eyesight is most neglected. § —at the first indication of im | paired vision I —have your eyes examined, I —and secure properly fitted I glasses— i —before it is too late. A. E. SIESS s Optical Parlors Entrance—Specialty Boot Shop iiiniiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiit ■ INTELLIGENT AND SCIENTIFIC TREATMENT FARILY PRICED— WE ARE PROUD OF OUR WORK Your Health—Consider That First Good teeth, of course, are among the first essentials to good health—a little thought will convince you of this. A good appearance follows and you owe yourselves this attention. OUR TERMS ARE ALWAYS FAIR AND REASONABLE WATCH YOUR TEETH Good teeth is material in the Proper mastication of your food. Poor :eeth prevent mastication and your internal organs are overworked in as similating the elements which build up the system and keep the machin ery going. In time something hap pens. You have disorders of many kinds—stomach trouble, rheumatism, and other aches and pains which sap your vitality. A visit to us may bene fit you. We have the equipment and the scientific knowledge to give you a thorough examination. If it's your Seeth we can cure you. If it's not your teeth we will tell you. ARE YOU AILING? If you have been ailing and don't have the pep you think you ought.to have, maybe it's because of your teeth We know of many instances wherein the patient has lost much of his energy and is at a loss to find the As pyorrhea is a disease of cause. the teeth and prevalent among all classes, especially after forty years of age, a consultation with your dentist will result -m determining this factor. If the cause is in your teeth we can give you relief and show you how to be cured. A VISIT TO ME IS THE BEST SORT OF DENTAL INSURANCE The Thompson Dental Parlors Dr, J. K. Thompson Suite 2—Golden Rule Block Phone 97 Phone 97 JL" 1 ? * | 1 ! j | | J j ( • ; The Gift That Is Unexpected Your wife appreciate your generosity of course when you ask her to choose a present for herself. But the ele ment of surprise is three-fourths of the charm in a gift to a woman. So let some of your gifts to wife or daughter be a surprise. A pin, ring, bracelet, vanity, or some article of sil- j verware, brought home unexpectedly, brings a response of ( gratitude and joy that is one of the greatest things in life, j ' .---ssa I Our store is filled with just that kind of gift things, many of them surprisingly inexpensive. H. A. Pease & Company Jewelers and Optometrists The Hallmark Store 6 W. Main St. I Timely Goods at Cheerful Prices PENINSULAR HEATERS We have sold this line of stoves for years, and can guarantee them to be Real Stoves in every sense of the You don't need to worry about the cold weather when you can get a houseful of comfort for— word. $26.50 to $16.00 PALACE PENINSULAR A combination wood and coal stove that can't be 1 beat, and in our opinion is mighty hard to equal TWO SIZES, $41.00 and $46.00 WOOD HEATERS Two types, and several sizes $5.00 to $18.00 RANGES, COAL PAILS, STOVE BOARDS, PIPE AND ELBOWS, OIL HEATERS Yours for business, Ellis Brandley & Company BOZEMAN, MONTANA C. N. WOOD, Assignee Outdoor Supplies Guns and Ammunition Acme Paints, Stains and Kalsomine For 30 Years the Home of Hand-Made Harness and Good Hardware must* tax.