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Published .it Glendive, Dawson County. Montana by E. A. MARTIN. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $2.00 PER YEAR Untere»! as second-class matter March 3, 1905, at 'he postoffice at Glendive. Mont., under the Act of Congress of March 3.1879. THURSDAY. OCT. 2 1913. pnom / The town of Circle is boasting these days about their commercial club which, by the way theyhave taken hold of the opportunities and made others when non» were presented, deserve the attention and emulation of towns many times the size of our sister town of Circle. Their corn contest will be held next Saturday, Oct. 11th, in the town hall and thirty dollars will be awarded for the best grades, Professor M. L. Wilson to be the judge. The ladies will serve free coffee in the hail at noon. Prof. Wilson will speak followed by some special amusements arranged by a special committee. In addition to the above prize, Louis W. Hill, of the Great Northern Railroad has otiered a $50 silver cup for the best 10-ear exhibit, and two reticent unmarried Circle men have put up $5 fur the best 2 one-pound exhibits of butter. The committee that is doing all tnese good things is composed of F. R. Barnes, Chairman, F. S. Kal berg and Peter Rorvik. \[ews of She Courts No date has as yet been set for the trial of the case of the State Nation al Bank of Miles City against Ralph Gilmore of Little Dry Ranch near Co llagen, for the recovery of $30,000 said to have been illegally obtained on two promissory notes. The plaintiff's attorneys, Messrs. Loud, Collins, Brown, Campbell and Wood have engaged men to round up all the stock on Gilmore's place, and as soon as this is done, a foreclosure sale will be arranged, to dispose of enough stock, which together with the $12,000 which Gilmore deposited in the First National Bank of Great Falls, is expected to fully satisfy the claims of the Miles City bank. Sheriff Wynn has just issued print ed notices which have been mailed to all nearby places, asking for the ar rest and return of George Flohr, the 19 year old lad, who is accused of an attempted assault upon a young girl, and who recently jumped the $750 bail furnished by his uncle. Young Flohr had been arraigned before Justice Kean. The criminal court calendar for the September term is as follows : Oct. 20, State vs Ira Downer, Belle Prairie, rape Sept. 5. Oct. 21, State vs David L. Foster, Colgate, grand larceny. Oct. 22, State vs S. M. Wilson, Glen dive. burglary. Oct. 23, State vs Mrs. Eva Holmes, Morgan Creek, grand larceny. Oct. 24, State vs Anton Kott, Poplar, cruelty to animals. Oct. 25, State vsF. D. Bryan, Sioux Falls. S. D., false pretenses. Oct. 27, State vs W. M. & C. B. Mit chell, Kentucky, assault. Oct. 27, State vs M. Hatcher, Sidney, crime against nature. LICENSES Sept. 20, Dan L. Wyman, 21, Crane, Mont., and Blanche M. Boyd, 18, Newlon. Henry Wischmann, 36, and Paul ine Hildebrand, 28, both of Circle, Mont. Sept. 22, Edward J. Ryan, 31, and Agnes Kolda, 26, both of Savage, Mont. j St Paul Live Stock Market South St. Paul quotations, Sept. 29. Beef Steers. 6.50 to 8.25 Feeding Steers, 6.25 to 7.40 Hogs, Bulk Price, 8.10 to 8.25 Spg. Lambs, 5.00 to 6.85 I SCHOOL NEWS The Billings Woman's Club are starting a special class of sewing to be held evenings in the basement of the public library in that city. Glen dive goes one better by having a course of sewing embodied in the school curriculum as a regular feature. The officers of the Fair Association have announced their intention to offer prizes next year for exhibits of the work of pupils in both the High School and the public schools of this city. This should be an additional induce ment for both the girls and boys to work hard this year and do their very best. NEARBY rz LACES We have just received the first is sue of the Fairview Tribune, Vol. 14, No. 7, published by Editor W. R. Mumby, Sr., and dated Sept. 26, 1913. The paper, which is a contin uation of the Buford Tribune, is printed in Fairview, McKenzie county, North Dakota. Thus, Fair view now has a newspaper in each state. Word comes from Lindsay, Mont., that on next Thursday, Oct. 9th, at 8 o'clock, p. m. Professor M. L. Wil son and Director Linfield of the State Experimental Station, will fa vor the people of the Lindsay coun try with a lecture on Mixed Farm ing. Mr. Wilson expects to bring his stereopticon machine with him and will present nearly 100 views, illustrating his subject. The lecture will be held in the new town hall. Admission will be free. A dance will follow the lecture. Allen Green is chairman of the committee that was instrumental in arranging the lecture. Congregational Church Rev. P. C. Burhans announces that that the subject of his sermon Sun day morning at 10:30 o'clock at the Congregational church will be: "The Revelations of the Cross.'' There wi 1 be services at the Con gregational church Sunday, Oct. 5. j Morning service at 10:30, Rev. P. C, Burhans will speak. Sunday school at 11:45. Christian Endeavor service at 6:45. The evening service will be a union meeting at the Methodist church when. Mr. Alford, superin tendent of the Montana Sunday School association will speak of his visit to the World's Sunday school meeting at Zurich, Switzerland. This union meeting at 8:00 p. m. Everybody invited to attend these meetings. H. C. Juell, Pastor. Zion Lutheran Church Services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday school at 10 a._m._ St. Matthew's Episcopal Church October 5th, 20th Sunday after Trinity, The services will be: Sun day school at 10:00. Holy commun ion and sermon 11:00 a. m. Evening prayer and sermon 7:30 p. m. The public is asked to note that the hour for evening service during the fall and winter months will be 7:30. All are cordially invited to the services. St. Margaret's Guild for girls will resume its meetings this week, and meet with Mrs. Aiken on Satur day afternoon at 3:00 o'clock. List Of Fair Premiums (Continued from page 1) Angel food cake, 44 Mae Sawyer 1 00 Fruit cake, 44 EH Roth.. 1 00 Fruit cake, 44 Byers ____ 50 Doughnuts, 44 Stanley Guy 50 Doughnuts, 4 4 Mae Sawyer 25 (Hermits, 44 Mulligan .. 50 I Special honey, Matt Griebler____1 00 Special Butter, J J Brooks .... 1 00 Special butter, Mrs S Oftendahl. Penochie, Mrs Ray Lowe ...... Gooseberries, Mrs Mulligan .... Blackberries, " 44 ---- Blackberries, " Ray Lowe---- Red raspberries, Mrs Mulligan.. Red raspberries, " Arthur Gates .................... Crab apples, Mrs Mulligan---- Pears, Pears, 44 J D Ogden . " Mulligan ... Cherries, " Arthur Gates .. S Cherries, " Mulligan .... ] Strawberries, " " .... 25 Rhubarb, 44 " .... 25 Peaches, 44 " • • • • 25 Peaches, " " •••. 15 Special wild plums Mrs SAD Westfall.................. 25 Special wild plums, Mrs Arbogast 15 Collection of fruit, " Mulligan 2 00 Peach preserves, Water melon, < < « « > < Pear Rpby " 4 4 i i il II !S, " 25 'S, 44 16 4 4 4 4 25 4 4 4 4 t 25 4 4 4 4 25 Mrs Mulligan ... . 25 4 4 4 4 . 25 4 4 4 4 . 25 4 4 Ray Lowe .. .. 15 44 Mulligan ... .. 25 4 4 Ray Lowe ... . 25 44 Mulligan ... . 25 4 4 Ray Lowe ... . 15 44 J O'Neil..... . 25 44 Mulligan..... . 15 Currant jam " J O'Neil ...... Ch cherry butter Mrs Ray Lowe.. " 44 " Mulligan... Buffaloby butter, Mrs Mulligan.. ( ( ll Wild plum " Peach Buffaloby jelly " Arthur Gates. " " " Mulligan ... Cherry " " " ..... Crabapple jelly 44 " — " " " Ray Lowe... Currant " " 44 " .... " " " Mulligan ... Gooseby ' ; l l l l l I l l l l l Grape " " " Ray Lowe R'pb'y " "Mulligan.. Rhubarb * <4 4 4 4 I I 4 * I l l 4 4 k'wb'y 44 4 4 4 4 ..... Wild plum jelly Mrs Ray Lowe.. " " " " Mulligan.. Chokechy 4 4 4 4 Mulligan.. Best col 44 " J O'Neil ... " " " " Kemble____ Crabapple pickle Mrs Mulligan.. 4 4 4 4 4 4 Watermelon pickle Mrs Mulligan Pear pickle Mrs Arthur Gates---- Onion pickle Mrs Ray Lowe..... Beet pickle " 4 4 4 4 ----- " " " Mulligan........ Spl Oil pickle Mrs Westfall — Spl Canned beans Beth Frank — " " peas 44 44 — 25 25 15 25 15 . 25 25 25 . 15 . 25 . 15 . 25 15 25 15 25 15 25 15 25 15 25 15 25 25 15 26 1 50 1 00 25 15 25 25 25 25 15 25 25 25 Join The Style Brigade And Buy O'DONNELL SHOES Button and Blucher Tan or Gunmetal New Fall Styles Now Shown Popular Prices J. H. MISKIMEN Clothing and Gents' Furnishings Holeproof Hosiery BUSINESS DIRECTORY A Ready Reference Guide For the Merchant and the Housewife 15 50 15 25 25 Agricultural Implements Tîart-Parr Co. Charles City, Iowa. M'f'rs- Hart-Parr Oil Tractors and Self-lift Plows. Supplies always on hand at Glendive office, North Mer rill Ave. Phone 221. John Osland. M'g'r. I H C Tractors 15-30 and 30 60 h. p. I. H. C sta tionary gas engines, 1 to 50 h. p. Buffalo-Pitts Threshers, P. & O. plows, Weber wagons. LO VELL BROS. Phone 200 Nichols & Shepard Co. "The Red River Special Line'' Steam and Oil-gas Tractors. Separa tors. E. B. Wilber, Representative. Office, Jordan Hotel, Phone 2. Amusements ORPHEUM THEATRE W. Bell St., off Merrill Ave., presents Licensed Filins, and every one passed by the National Board of Censorship. Complete change of pictures daily. Attorneys- At-Law DESMOND J. O'NEIL Practice in all state and federal courts and United States Land Office Office over Exchange State Bank Phone 68 Glendive, Mont. IENS RIVENES. j attorney-at-law. Office upstairs in Masonic Annex, Glendive.Mont. Will practice in all State Courtsand U. S. Lane office. Probate matters, land filings, contest* final proofs, etc. Railway Lands, Scrip Lands Insurance and Abstracting. J. A. SLATTERY LAWYER Practice in all courts. Real estate and probate law a specialty. Opinions on titles to all reales tate. Complete abstracts to all lands in Dawson County furnished promptly and accurately. Real estate bought and sold. Insurance. Col lections given prompt attention. U.S. land office practice. Office in Masonic Annex. Brewery Agents Elfenbrau Beer C. & J. Michel Brewing Co., La Crosse, Wis. C. E. WARD, State Agent. Phone 30 Civil Engineers Reginald T. Hurdle Surveyor for Dawson County Engineering, Surveying, Estimat ing, Irrigating, Contracting, Railroading. Glendive, ... Mont*. Dentists Dr. Arthur A. Baker, DENTAL SURGEON. Office in Dion Block. Office Phone, 25-2-Rings. Residence Phone, 25-3 Rings Local Grain Market Furnished each Thursday by Eastern Montana Elevator Co. Wheat No. 1 Northern $ No. 2 Northern No. 3 Northern No. 2 Hard Winter No. 1 Durum No. 2 Durum No. 3 Durum Rejected Flax No. 1 1 No. 2 1 N. G. 1 Barley Oats per hundred 1 Rye the .67 .65 .62 .62 .62 .60 .57 .53 .22 .17 .07 .45 .00 .42 Dun's Trade Review Sustained progress along conserv ative lines is the keynote of advices from the leading mercantile centers. All other influnces in the wheat situation were over-shadowed by the enormous movement of new grain in the northwest and Canada, which alone was sufficient to depress quotations. The heavy arrivals in dicate that a large yield of spring wheat has been harvested and a for eign estimate suggests a moderate increase in the total world's pro duction as compared with the pre j vious year. Reports of wheat at western 'points this week were 10,723.000 i bushels,as against 14,328,285 in 1912, while exports from all ports of the U. S., flour included, were 3,782.163 bushels in comparison with 2,365, j64 a year ago. DR. BERT KOONS DENTIST Office in Postoffice Building Department Stores G. D. Hollecker Everything for the home, for the Ladies, For the Men, For the Chil dren. PHONES—Grocery 12, Dry Goods 112 Druggists BERT JOHNSON Druggist and Jeweler Special attention paid to Mail Or der business. Post Office Box 565. Glendive, Mont. Phone 5 It takes care and accuracy to prop erly fill a prescription. Phone and mail orders promptly filled. Free city delivery DAVIS FARN UM "THE REXALIi STORK" 117 Merrill Ave. - Phone 16 Five and Ten Cent Store We buy for cash and sell for cash. Why pay more for the same goods elsewhere? Everything for the home except food and furniture. Glendive 5c and 10c Store 611 Beasley Block Gasoline, Oils, Etc. Hughes Oil Co. Gasoline, Kerosene and Lubricating Oils. Beach, N. I)., Stipek, Fallon, Burns and Circle. Glendive Office, Phone 139-A Gents' Furnishings The Toggery EINAR RIVENES, Prop. Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes, Stetson Hats, Florsheim Shoes. Phone 129. Harness and Saddles The House of Quality The Bee Hive Harness, Saddles, Horse Goods, and everything that men wear. Best qual ity, lowest price. J. J. Stipek, Prop. Phone 66 Res. Phone 176 Heating and Plumbing GLENDIVE HEATING & PLUMBING CO. Let us figure on your heating and plumbing work. A. A. KNISELEY, Mgr. Phone 150 Don't trust to memory to pre serve the changing likeness of your growing boy or girl. Mem ory plays strange tricks some times. A good photograph or so every year will keep an accurate rec ord of the subtle changes in their development. And what a satisfaction thal little collection will be to you and to them in after years. S. Wing is the photographer* in & tentin'* :********^ A Dollar Saved Is Ä Dollar Earned ! The easiest way to make money is to save it, by making this store § your headquarters for | ALL HOUSE FURNISHINGS. i .L ^ f We sell on a closer margin of profit than any other merchant | county. By knowing just how, and what, and when to buy, we are | enabled to save you money on any article you buy in my store. | NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY | Go-carts Refrigerators Garden Hose and Garden Suppl* es | Fred Jessen's Phone 187-B 16 Jeweler Expert Watchmaker, Diai,,, n ,j Set ter and Engraver. Our repair [) is unexcelled. All work uiven 1 n prompt attention. C. L. Proctor. Livery Stable E. F. O'Neil Livery, Boarding, Sale and Fee,) Stables. Draying. Automobile Sm ice. Phone 124. Res. 65-B. Meat Markets Kellogg'S ('ash Meat Market Come and see us, we will pj (iase you. Phone your order, we deliver Ask about our coupon hooks. Pork and Veal bought and sold BEASLEY BLOCK. l'HONK I.Vi Mill inery Veterinary Dr. A. J. DuFRENE Deputy State Veterinarian Office over Davis & Farnum's Phone 125 High Class Millinery Quality and most becoming stv'es at a right price. Elite Millinery Parlors. (Formerly Moore Shop'i MISS MARIE TORKELS, Prop.' Beasley Block. Opposite N. P. Depot. Painting and Decorating House Painting and Interior Dec orating neatly done. Auto Fainting Paint and Varnish for every purpose Full line painter's supplies. "Event ually, why not now?" LARIMER & HINE, Phones, S74 5 156-1 Physicians Doctor Consler, Physician and Surgeon. Office over Exchange Bank. Glendive, Mont. DR. C. E. DOVE Osteopathic Physician Office over Exchange State Hank Glendive, Montana Office Hours : 9 to 12 a. m. ; 2 to 5 p. m. Phones: 190Office; 82-R Residence Plumbing and Heating Hanley & Golding We are equipped to take care of large and small heating contracts and all plumbing work at the lowest possible figure. AGENTS ECLIPSE FILTER. 310 Merrill Ave. Phone 182