The Inland Empire (Moore, Mont.) 1905-1915, September 04, 1913, Image 3

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\4 Se tember 4th 1913. The 1913 Glidden Tour From Minneapolis to Glacier National Park Mets trio, winners of the Glidden trophy. photographed In front of Glacier Park Rotel, where the Glidden Tour was finished. Rotunda of Glacier Park Hotel, showing huge fir and cedar pillars six feet in diameter. napshot of Glidden Tour contestants on G Park scenic automobile htghwu Photograph of entrance to world's unique log betel Tbe pillaje of this hostelry are of cedar five feet in diameter. IA 1913 Glidden Tour from Minneapolis to Glacier National park created a new epoch in the national automo- bile tour, inasmuch as it was the tat time that a modern car run of this kind ever penetrated the Rocky mountains. Thirty cars started from Minneapolis on July 11 is a drizzling rain, and all except two finished in front of the Glarier Park hotel after a run Of 1,288 miles through three states—Minnesota, North Dakota and Montana. The &rash was attended by some dramatic features. C. A. Muneer, driving One of the Hup machines which won the runabout prize, collapsed from a nervous prostration as he drew up in front of the A. A. A. officials with only a fraction of a minute to spare. The tour has already proved one of the greatest incentizas to good road building In the history of the northwest, nearly 81.000.000 in road repair having been made to make the national event a success. The Great Northern rail- svvy transcontinental automobile route prom the Twin Cities to Seattle now is an assurance. The Glidden trophy was won by the Metz trio, Dr. L. A. Park, driving a Locomobile, winning the touritit car prize 1 ticidentally the 350 tourists who took part in the automobile run formally opened the world's most unique log 'hotel. This structure was erected by Louis W. Hill, chairman of the board of directors of the Great Northern rail - r, at a cost of $150,000, and who also completed the building ef a ;100,000 scenic automobile highway connecting Glacier Park Station, Mont., with St. Mary lake, in Glacier National park. Ten miles of this roadway were hewn thrionch dense forests, thus conne( ting America's greatest beauty spot with the outside world. Keep I the Money AOITIO. , If It pays Belgian truck gardeners to send witloof or chicory salad across the ocean and after paying e freight and a duty of 25 per cent ad valorem to sell it for 9 cents a pound, why wouldn't It pay some of our growers here7—Ru- ral New Yorker. \ Don't Forget th• Wr•noh. A wrench is a good thing to have along with the plow In the spring. Be- fore you forget fasten it to the beam with a short strap and buckle. A wire will answer the purpose, too, but is apt to rub the paint off the irop and invite rust. A Dish For trsts Liver and onitifis. ii rtis, liii 1,1 , •Cl, produce a fragrance that. va the iminmit of Olympus. Wfilltil the jovial Jove to kick °vet ilil• /I brosia kettle and come thomb•ri:.i down the craggy steeps in quest ot Dew dish for the gods.—Kansas Cu) star. Cause For Worry. \I feel very uneasy. It's pourtni: with rain, and my wife went out with out an umbrella.\ \No doubt she'll take refuge shop somewhere.\ \Yes: that's just what's worrying me se.\—Rele Mole. The Salim hg Salo. Hoff HIPPO Daring leo Last Six ritara SALES DATES FOR 1013 May 19, 20, 21, 22 June 16, 17, 18, 19 July 14, 15, 16, 17 August 11, 12, 18, 14 September 8,9, 10, 11 October 6, 7, MILES CITY HORSE SALES COMPANY MILES CITY, MONTANA The Lasweet Range Horse Sales in the United antes Our September Sale will begin on the 8th and continue four days. We will have 2,600 Horses to sell, which will consist of Heavy Draft Mares and Geldings; Mares with foals by their side, broke and un- broke, weighing 1200/ to 1600 pounds. There will also be about 250 Mules, broke and unbroke. Among one of the extra good bunches of horses to be sold is the Evans Bros.' horses, which are considered to be one of the best bunches of range horses in the State of Mon- tana. This band consists of 1000 head. September horses are always fat with plenty of quality. They will be sold in singles, pairs and car lots. At this sale we will have all classes of horses from the heavy draft horse to the Indian pony. Anyone deeiripg to buy ilzs will be well paid to' attend this sale. Remember the dates TEMBER 8, 9, 10, 11. MILES CITY- HORSE SALES CO. C. M. MOORE, Auctioneer GUY CRANDALL, Manager , STATE FAIR GRAIN PRIZES TOTAL HIGH Premiums of Over. $5,500 for farm Products. The cash and special prizes offered in the two farm products divisions of the Montana State Fair premium list this year total over ;5,500, being over double the amount offered in 1912. In wheat this year there is ;660 in prizes, awards being given on all varieties, with first, second and third cash premiums. For the best ten sheaves of winter wheat grown by a Montana farmer during the season of 1813 there will be a special premium of a Hooper Cooled Four Horsepower Gasoline Hu- gine, valued at $225, donated by the International Harvester CompanY of America. Prizes on oats include a special prize ot a ;225 gasoline engine; while $200 wiil be given on corn, $200 on barley, $200 on alfalfa, ;125 on rye and ;90 on flax. These include spe- cial prizes, some of which range as high as $125. Prizes are also offered under this head for forage crops, grasses and hay. Grain produets grown on non - irrigated land will receive especial at- tention, Louis W. Hill, chairman of the board of/directors of the Great Northern railway, having offered $1,. 269 In cash premiums. Minlpire Want Axis PAY. WHEN YOU MARKET BEEF. Some of the Things the Stotk Raigar Cough) to Bear In Mind. Every farmer 'who feeds or handles cattle for the market should take some reliable daily farm paper. which has a good complete market report. and keep pested on the market. He ought to know the type of cattle he has and In what class they belong, so that he can intelligently interpret the market reports. lie should also know at what time of the year his cattle are most in demand. From a stiidy of monthly prices on the Chicago market over a period ex- tending front 1899 to 1909 G. 11. Liacy drew the following conclusions: Of the various grades of beef cattle prime steers fluctuate the least and \ Photograph by University of Wisconsin College of Agriculture. A PittnIE HEREFORD. present the most conservative ratio be- tween demand and supply. The most desirable weillit for prime steers is about 1,300 pounds. and the preterit ble age is INV() Slid it half years. The most favorable period at which to market prime beer is during .lii tie and Deceml ,er. although there Is' it de- mand for It throughout the year. All grades below priMe widely. They are influenced visibly,. by dry weather. compent,,,,i troll, oth- er grades,, the high price or feed and an overstocked market. Butcher stock is most ill demand during the spring months, Stockers and feeders bang the high- est prices during February. March and April.—Bulletin University of Wisconsin Agricultural Ex peritneut . Station. Make Your Trees New. Tree renovatikin is now in order. It pays wonderfully when properly done The tirst thing Is to remove the dead branches. then OKI' interfering ones, the stickers and the water sprouts Then next scrape otY.• ii ml burn the rough bark to kill the inserts. ilually paint all wounds larger than one-half inch with white lead and oil.---Anteri can Agriculturist Too Late to Die. Gerald -1 would die rot- you Geral- dine—But pa says you are a dead one already.—New York Press. • • Dangerous Ger% One of the rules of the Weston super Mare (England) Golf club reads. \A ball may be lifted and dropped with the loss of a stroke when played with- in the railings surrounding the powder magazine.\ There appears to be an element of danger in this kind of golf which reminds a London writer`of a certain golf course on the West Afri- can coast, where the eighth and ninth holes are always optional, as several golfers are said to have been lost there owing to the proximity of the Jungle. which is...-icnowu to be a favorite lair of the lion. IMINNOMMEN! BROKEN DOWN Whenever your Wagon or Pug gy breaks down bring it to J. H. RICH General Blacksmit'a who will make repairs promptly, satisfactorily and at moderate cost, Horseshoting - ard a Specia.ty . . OUR SLOCA N: \W. u k orai ji.,1) or o.p.y.\ At t he former W ier...14II ausseil shop; . 11111MMOFV- • ••••••1010/1•1■••••=•!••••:•• PAGE THREI Following the Recipe. Mrs. Nlarst, 1414/k a I)IIr 01 the cake and laid it down nastily \Nome. - she said. - did yuu Twines the recipe ot di' as you usually do and guess?\ - Sure. mum. I followed the raelpv. only I put in six eggs insteed of tour because two was Mid. and I wanted tni even 'em up\ Youth's Companion Piling on the Agony. Editor (to artist who hasn't had a square meal for it mothi Your car- toons are , 100 we, want pic- tures that make people laugh Life, •IummunirmairommarsivarAmenr... imiesseamomar - .. Linoleum Linoleum ii one of I I ....Ai... .1 Is it plIttilk 1:eftielit oxidized linseed oil ;tot' ptuitua cork and is applied with h.-, • y pressure to a pi eplared 111111:ij back. We have per sumac yard, which it from three to live y. at on you, floors.. Window GliD:g Buy glass for those 1,.14. - er, during the summer ana tat e vantage of lit' eut.piles,tos \ is going to raise in price. Window Shades, Wall Paper, Etc. L. L. BANNAN 111111•111111.116.1111ii6k. . -./••••••••••• JAL,* 4 A. 0. GALT THE BLACKSMT 1 \ HORSESHOEINr 1 .2. REPAIRING OF ALL Ku .1 • MACHINE WORK Agency AVERY Threshing Machines. MOOlti , !k,G1‘1 . ! imakiwiluilE1110111111111111M1111111111ftiiib. PRINTING! That Modern, Classy, Uti-To-DateKind BEFORE YOU DLAOE THAT ORVER FOR LETTER HEADS NOTE HEADS ENVELOPES STATEMENTS BILL HEADS CARDS CIRCULARS TICKETS INVITATIONS ANNOUNCEMENTS DODGERS POSTERS PROGRAMS SALE BILLS ANYTHING IN THE PRINTING LINE LET US FIO— URE WITH YOU I I I • THAT'S THE \ KIND YOU GET AT NNW The INLAND EMPIRE • Job Printing Department -- THIS IS NOT THE ONLY PRINT- ING OFFICE IN THE WORLD, Bur A 1 .ARGE, STEADY RUN OF WORK TESTI°1E8 - KO A LARGE NUMBER tHr SATISFIED CUSTOMERS, BE- COME ONE OF THEM. PATRON- IZe AN UP-TO-DATE NEWSPAPER AND HELP BOOST THE CITY OF MOORE AND THE JUDITH BASIN. 111111.111.1111PPIIMPilliPP\IPMN\OPPAO [ The INLAND. EMPIRE Leading Advertising Medium and Job Printing Shop

The Inland Empire (Moore, Mont.), 04 Sept. 1913, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.