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HANSON I I IQ / TRYING TO MAKE A RECORD AT SHORT IN SUNDAY'8 GAME AT BILLINGS. REMEMBER f THAT FOR ALL BLACKSMITH ING f MACHINE AND IMPLE MENT REPAIRING, OXY ACET YLENE WELDING, AUTO PAINT ING, ETC., YOU CAN'T DO BETTER THAN TO PATRONIZE C. S. JOHNSTON I »THE SMITHY" f ! You Can Play Safe IN BUYING GOODS FROM The Toggery FLORSHEIM SHOES STETSON HATS TOGGERY SHIRT8 8TEIN BLOCH 8UIT8. THE TOGGERY WARE UP! AND START THE NEW DAY $ BY TRADING WITH THE MOST UP-TO-DATE HARDWARE CON CERN IN EASTERN MONTANA. WE KNOW WE CAN 8AVE YOU MONEY ON BUILDER8' HARD WARE, TOOLS, HOT AIR FUR NACES AND ALL 8PORTING GOODS. Rivenes-Wester Hardware Co. i ÎOF COURSE HE'S GRAND HE 5ft Ht J LOOK 1HI5 I) JOM" jpftAftP J vX/AV He Has 'That Royal Tailored Look*' * HERO WOR8HIP 18 ONLY EX CEEDED BY THE WORSHIP OF PERFECTLY TAILORED GAR- X « 0 MENT8 SUCH AS ARE FOUND " * * IN THE "ROYAL TAILORED" ;* AND "KIRSCHBAUM" LINES OF « » Suits and Overcoats $15 to $40 CLOTHING Î WÊÊM ___SECTION H * HHh h 'I î 1 1 HI ***** I (MMII »Hil l 1 1 1 I' M nil ***** ' Dions' Glendive Takes Last Game in Opening Series at Billing! (Continned from opposite page) T . , Note« of the Game. Ham mL end .l Ve two * base hlt of the game was made by Fees, xf " lfty dOUWe Play throwin « *o Thrasher. dSTp ??'" 1 D r er KOt two h,ts ^ch for Glendive. Dyer, for Glendive, stole the only base in the game. clean single K to°H^t SO i braÄ " 8eC ° nd in the tenth inni "*- after he »»is over but St HXt 0,6 W ' n "' n ' rUn - " d 6Very «• Th« io * Sunday*» Game, one thousand^Toni? W " Glendive ««"rely on merit. More than though victory was co^JÎTt Wh . icb wa ® an interesting one aU through, al ThL 7 !v. d to the local boys right from the start. being doubles. Everybody got^t w* ° f flV ® timeS Up * tWO of them son gettine twn ,v * *, le f S , t one ht but Ham, Army and Bachman, Han doub" ' 0t ,he toU1 °' 11 ma,le Glendive. and one of his tain* a bein» a ctatata d ^twÔ k mr' e " eU ln ,hc error «*««■>>. <*°l> °» U»m by stealing four bases lscues - d somewhat redeemed himself, however, lnnin * wh,ie «* - — « *<» The box score and summary follows: r>Sl nfi £~ AB - R - H - PO - A- E. Liese, cf......................... 5 1 3 2 0 0 Harmon, rf.............. 4 0 1 l on Solbraa, lb ...~Z........ 4 0 1 8 10 Thorine If...............ZZ 3 1 0 2 0 0 McClure, p....................... 0 10 1 0 0 Total Score by innings: 1 Glendive o Billings 2 Glendive— Dyer, If......................... 5 Foss, 2b. ... 4 Broderick, 3b. .......... ..... 2 Hanson, ss..................... 5 Bachman, rf.' .. 3 Thrasher, lb.................~ 5 Armer.trout, rf............... 1 Hildensperger, cf........... 5 Nelson, c........................... 4 Gardiner, p............ "3 AB. R. H. PO. A. E 27 13 6 6 7 8 9 2 2 0 1 0 0 3 0 Total R. H. E. 9 11 5 6 9 6 37 9 11 27 14 5 Notes of Sunday's Game. line u^and^i/ 1 ^ kTi** ® Ut . With Blllings> showed U P splendidly in the Glendive line-up and will probably be given a berth on the team by Manager Healy snrafn^ h an ZT ^ mOSt unfortunate P^er of the series having his ankle badly attenU^n hv» Rnn * H * WaS Carried from the field - and after receiving attention by a Billings physician, came home with the boys on No. 4 Sunday night He will be out of the game for the next two weeks, at least Gardner showed plainly what sort of baseball stuff he is made of in this game. He struck out five men and allowed but 9 scattered hits. "Glendive won on merit. The visitors played better ball and displayed more life in the contest and bagged the runs early and maintained the front throughout, though endangered in the eighth when the locals scampered across three runs on passes and errors."—Billings Gazette. SCHEDULE TO DATE May 30, Sidney at Glendive. June 2. Glendive at Wibaux. June 6 , Open June 13, Glendive at Dickinson. June 20, Open. June 27, Dickinson at Glendive. July 4 and 5, Wibaux at Glendive. July 11 , 12 and 13, Billings at Glendive. COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS Office of the County Commissioners, of Dawson County, State of Mon tana, at Glendive, May Twentieth, A. D. 1915. Board met in special session, pursu ant to call being duly made, as pro vided by law. Present, Andrew Lar son, Chairman; Frank J. Winkler and Hedley V. Robinson, members; and A. C. Brody, Deputy Clerk. At this time, the Board took up the matter of granting a saloon license to J. J. O'Keefe to sell liquor at Circle and the hearing of evidence for and against issuing the same. The hour of five having arrived, the Board ad ourned until 10:00 A. M. May 21st, 1915. Board met pursuant to yesterday's adjournment, all members and Clerk present. In the matter of the hearing on road petition A-604, the Board finding that all non-consenting land owners had been duly notified and that none ap peared, opposing the granting of said road, on motion, it is ordered that said road be established as a public highway of the County, as per report made by viewers. On motion, road petition A-618 for a certain road in townships 21 and 22, ranges 61 and 52, be laid over for future consideration. On motion the petition of Richard Yoas, for a license to sell liquor at Paxton, was denied. On motion, it is ordered that the petition of B. H. Fleming for a license to sell liquor at Cohagen, be denied. On motion, the petition of David Leidahl, for a license to sell liquor at Circle be denied. On motion, the petition of J. J. O'Keefe, for a license to sell liquor at Circle, was approved and license granted by a vote of Robinson and Winkler voting for the issuance of said license and Andrew Larson against; and it is further ordered that the County Treasurer shall issue a license to J. J. O'Keefe to sell liquor in the town of Circle. On motion, Road Petition A-365 was laid over for future consideration. In the matter of the hearing on road petition A-599, the Board finding that all non-consenting land owners had been duly notified and that none ap peared, opposing the granting of said road, on motion, it is ordered that said road be established as a public high way of the County as per the report made by viewers, and the County Sur veyor be notified to set stakes along the west line of section 16, township 21, and range 53. In the matter of the hearing on road petition A-600, the Board finding that all non-consenting land owners had been duly notified and that none ap peared, opposing the granting of said road, on motion, it is ordered that said road be established as a public high way of the county, as set forth In the report made by viewers. In the matter of the hearing on road petition A-605, the Board finding that all non-consen tin g land owners had ! .V to a been notified, and that none appeared opposing the granting of said road, on motion, it is ordered that said road be established as follows: "Beginning at the HS road where it intersects the south line of section 36, township 21, range 52, and going east five and one-half miles to the south east corner of section 34, township 21, range 53, the same to be a public highway of the County." The following rules, governing the crossing of the Yellowstone River bridge, were adopted, to-wit: 1. Not to exceed 300 head of sheep; Not to exceed 15 head of horses; Not to exceed 20 head of cattle; 4. The speed limit for automobiles shall not exceed ten (10) miles per hour. 5. All owners of traction engines must comply with the law relative to crossing public bridges. All persons violating any of the fore going rules will be punished to the full extent of the law. On motion, it is ordered that the petition for transfer of school district No. 74 to school district No. 16 be postponed for hearing until June 7th, 1916, at 10:00 A. M. On motion, R. T. Hurdle, John Kelly and. C M. Cremer are duly appointed to view and report on roads No. A-626, No. A-631, No. A-632 and No. A-633, and the Clerk is instructed to notify them of their appointment On motion, R. T. Hurdle, T. F. Hag an and F. B. Whetham are duly ap pointed to view and report on roads No. A-627, A-628, A-629, A-630, and the Clerk is instructed to notify them of their appointment. On motion, it is ordered that Andrew Larson has general supervision over the following road districts: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 16, 17, 18, 19. 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31. On motion, it is ordered that Hedley V. Robinson has general supervision over the following road districts: 20, 21, 22, 23, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 47, 48, 54, 63,64,65. On motion, it is ordernd that F. J. Winkler has general supervision over road districts: 32, 33, 34, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46 47, 48 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 64, 65, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 66. The minutes of the present session having been read and approved, the Board adjourned sine die. STATE OF MONTANA, j County of Dawson, jss. I, R. L. Wyman, County Clerk and Clerk of the Board of County Com missioners, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a full, true and correct report of the proceedings of the Board of County Commissioners in special session on May 20th and Slit, A. D. 1915. WITNESS my band and the seal Dawson County, this 21st day of May, A. D. 1915. (SEAU R. L WYMAN. Clerk of Board. I .V 11 11 : f ' t - ■ » ■» ■ > . ».» « t . ■ ! H HW 1 1 The Hot Summer a Coming Î Now is tke time for you to discontinue baking your Bread in a Hot Kitchen Our Potato Bread J Wins ns New Customers Every Day, the Same as All Our Other Goods DON'T FORGET TO SAVE BREAD ÜBELS AND GET FREE CAKES Every Order Cheerfully Delivered Rankin Candy Fruit Canned Goods I Everything will Come Your Way I IF YOU USE HIGH-CLASS FARM IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINERY SUCH AS RUMELY OIL-PULL TRACTORS, MOLINE PLOWS, ACME MOWERS AND HARVEST ? ERS, CREAM SEPARATORS, ETC., V .. 4 **ft »$• -ft •;■»$»«}« * 1 * SOLD ONLY BY THE Glendive Implement Company Dealers in All Kinds of Farm Machinery Don't Chase Fouls Bat Call Up The Meat Market Ju HENRY SCHMIDT, Prop. Phone 49 « And Get The Finest Dressed Poultry; Fresh, Smoked or Ö Salt Meats and Fish. Home Made Sausage and other ;; Delicatessen. Fruits and Vegetables in Season. i You Get Everything that's Going on in the Way of Big-League Base Ball Dope at The Capitol L. C. YOUNG, Prop. ;; "BASEBALL HEADQUARTERS'' Ö BEFORE AND AFTER THE GAME REMEMBER Young's . 1 big league score 1 1 j I I I tit 11 ft t .