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Yellowstone monitor. (Glendive, Mont.) 1905-1928, September 16, 1915, Image 6

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Just Think of It ! !
During the Entire Month erf Sep
tember and as long as they last
There Will be on Sale at the Yards of the
Glendive Horse Sales Company
From
Head
STOCK HEIFERS
One and Two Year Olds
And at Prices that will Enable You to Save Money as
well as to Make Money on them.
They are all Extra Good Cattle
BEEF TYPE
REDS, ROANS and WHITE FACES
Call on or Write to
AUG. RITZ & COMPANY
GLENDIVE, MONTANA
v-X-I-H—X—H
A
The First Practical
Tractor Plowing
Demonstration
$
EVER GIVEN AT A
Dawson County F air
WILL BE HELD AT
The Midland Farm
About 30 Rods North of the Fair Grounds
Each Day of the Fair
Wed., Thurs., Fri., Sept. 15-16-17
BY THE
Hart-Parr Co.
USING A REGULAR STOCK MODEL
Little Devil
HOURS OF DEMONSTRATION—
10:30 A. M. TO NOON 3:00 P. M. TO 4:00 P. M.
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Be sure to ask at the Fair Grounds Ticket
Office for a Free Return Ticket, which en
ables yon to return to the Fair grounds on
the same day only, Free of Charge.
I FOR FURTHER INFORMATION APPLY AT
LT-PARR CO. EXHIBIT ON FAIR GROUNvo .
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REVIEW OF THE WEEK
IN THE BIG LEAGUES
New York, Sept. 12.—With the last
intersectional series of the season in
their early stages, the outcome of the
races in both of the major league base
ball leagues remains in doubt. The
chances apppear to favor Philadelphia
in the National and Boston in the
American league, the present leaders
in their respective races, but every
thing depends upon the showing each
makes in the struggle with the teams
of the western divisions now in pro
gress,
In the National league the Phillies
are making the best showing of the
week and are retaining their lead by
a good margin.
Many baseball observers favor the
Quakers' chances, because of the stea
diness they have displayed during
practically the whole season and the
strength they have shown on the road.
The question has arisen whether their
limited pitching staff would be able to
stand the strain of the drive to the
finish and much was made of Alex
ander's failure to stop the Brooklyns
in his Labor Day game, the opinion
being expressed that the great twirler
had been overworked and that the
Phillies' chances had gone glimmering
because of the mound king's collapse.
Three days later, however, Alexander
had recovered sufficiently to hold the
Giants to three hits in a game on the
home grounds and the idea that he
had gone to pieces had to be aban
doned.
Boston and Brooklyn are having a
hot light for the second position, each
hoping to make good its hold and then
advance at the expense of the present
leaders.
Boston in the American league lost
ground daring the week, bat Detroit
by failing to make the most of its
opportunities, failed to gain much.
Meanwhile Chicago has been booming
along with a string of victories and
again threatening, to become a con
tender, bat has much ground to
up. A 70-point lead at this stage of
the race is an almost impossible one
to overcome.
Pittsburgh and St Louis are fighting
it out for first place in the JPedertf
league, with the tetter having had de
cidedly toe better of toe week's play,
although toe Pennsylvanians had toe
Advantage of
playing period
In toe
nant race
► still are c
named.
rivals
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last
in
the
the
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a
of
first division, Indianapolis and Louis
ville, are third and fourth with only
a few more points separating them
than are between toe leaders.
JAMES J. HILL IS IN
FAVOR OF BIG LOAN
New York, Sept 13.—The Anglo
French financial commission here
seeking a loan of half a billion to a
billion dollars made a radical depart
ure late today in its policy of having
interested American financiers to call
upon them at their headquarters and
present their views. The commission
went to James J. Hill, the dominant
railway and commercial financier of
the northwest, instead of waiting for
Mr. Hill to come to them.
Sir Henry Babington-Smith, a mem
ber of the commission, was the dele
gate who called on Mr. Hill in the
commission's behalf.
Sir Henry came unattended to the
Nassau street building where Mr. Hill
has his private office as chairman of
the Great Northern railway when he
is in New York.
Mr. Hill apparently did not know his
visitor was coming, for Sir Henry was
kept waiting a minute or so in the
anteroom. Then he was ushered into
Mr. Hill's private office.
No other American has been so hon
ored thus far. Heretofore the commis
sion has received American financiers
at its headquarters at an uptown hotel
Upon the afternoon of their arrival
they were tendered a reception by
P. Morgan where they met a large
number of bank and trust company
presidents, insurance company officials
and railway officers. A number of the
financiers whom they thus met have
called upon the commission.
Mr. Hill was quoted today as the
commission's champion in the north
west, provided that the loan should
cover exportations of wheat. He
thought that the success of the com
mission in floating a mammoth credit
loan here was of more vital interest
to Americans, especially the great
wheat growers of the northwest, than
to Great Britain and France, who could
buy their wheat if necessary in other
markets.
If the loan were not made, Mr. Hill
said, there was danger that the wheat
growers would find themselves in the
position of raising the greatest crop in
the history of the country and having
400,000,000 bushels of it left over with
out a market.
BEST AUTO RACERS TO-BE
AT MONTANA STATE FAIR
Helena, Mont., Sept. 15.—The great
est coterie of auto racers ever as
sembled in the northwest will compete
at the Montana State fair auto races
next week, which will take place on
Tuésday, Thursday and Saturday. En
tries to date show a galaxy of racing
stars and a formidable list of ma
chines.
Louis Di8brow, world's beach champ
ion is coming with three cars, the fam
ous "Jay Eye See,'' his Briscoe and
Simplex "Zip"; Fred Horey will have
a Fiat; Joe Bianchi his speedy Mar
mon; Louis Le Coqù in the well
known Ohio racing car; George Clarke
in a Zip; Tommy Milton with a Mer
cer; Eddie Hearne his Case and Stri
gel in a Stafford.
Attempts will be made to lower the
world's dirt track record. It is a fore
gone conclusion that the state records
will be shattered.
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
"Law and Liberty" will be the sub
ject of the sermon next Sunday morn
ing. Sunday school at 1 0a. m. and
preaching service at 11' a. m.
The C. E. society will meet in the
parsonage again next Sunday evening
at 7 p. m. Rev. McAnally will be toe
leader. The time will be devoted chief
ly to a song service.
W. L. MEINZER, Pastor.
Mrs. M. E. Galvin returned late last
week from a short visit to Miles City
and other points.
ROAD MANAGEMENT
Where a county builds a good road
and soon lets it become ratty, washed
out, or uneven, who or what is princi
pally to blame? As a result of a study
of conditions in a number of counties,
road specialists are inclined to place'
the responsibility upon toe following
defects in road management, some or
all of which are found in all counties
where good roads are not properly re
paired and maintained:
L County boards, although having
full administrative authority, appear
not to attach to' their official action in
road matters the importance or legal
effect which It should have.
2- County boards do not generally
have sufficient accounting control
road funds to kne
for any particular
hate boon or
art'

in
——
funds officially obligated for
tenance purposes are not
against sporadic said irregular drafts
for miscellaneous purposes. The
greatest likelihood consequently exists
everywhere that there will be no bal
ance in the maintenance fund in toe
last half or third of the year, although
only a part of the fund allotted may
have been spent.
4. Local labor available for main
tenance work is made dissatisfied by
the constant unintelligent and unfav
orable criticism of those using the
road.
5. Maintenance continuing over a
period of years—the ultimate indis
All Visitors To The
Dawson County
Fair are Invited
TO DROP IN TO THE
T oggery
Inc.
THE GENT'S QUALITY SHOP
AND GET A LOOK AT SOME NIFTY STYLES
IN FALL AND WINTER
Suits and
Overcoats
To Our Friends!
ON YOUR VISIT TO
THE 16TH ANNUAL DAWSON COUNTY
FAIR
You are cordially invited to visit our cash store and look
over our prices and our stock
WE WILL WELCOME YOU JUST THE SAME
WHETHER YOU BUY OR NOT
B. F. Dawson's
Cash Store
Not Better Bread
But The Best Bread
And It Costs No More
Than the Other Kind
Free Delivery on One Loaf or a Dozen
Rankin's Sanitary Bakery

FOUR CENTS PER KILOWATT
We are selling current at the low rate of four cents per Kilowatt to all P er *° nl |
who use an Electric Range.
Call and let us explain the economy
of this arrangement.
Let us show you how to save your
walls from the smoke of on stoves,
how you may cook meals In a cool
clean kitchen.
Silks and satins,'no longer put out
ithe kitchen fire. That ancient proverb
i°et its meaning when the HUGHES
ELECTRIC RANGE was put before
the World.
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No soot, no ashes, no smoke, no
and cost of operation a mini
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The oven la a fiieless cooker and
my bf terned off after oven la
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HEAT, LIGHT AND POWI* 00 '
pensable condition ofeff^thT^"
tenance—is jeopardized by theT^
of accounting control that win Dr ack
spending next year's current in^
in this year. nco ®e
6. The lack of skilled supervision
construction and the effect of «,• •
increasing the cost or in makirT ^
feettve maintenance imposait t
pensive is everywhere seen. *
7. The county authorities are
monly opposed to following S11K ®'
tions for maintenance that | n ,
tying up road funds in any way 7 ^
as purchasing materials in advance 11 ?
store along the road for making t0
pairs or maintaining the road surfaT

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