Fallon County Times (Baker, Mont.) 1916-current, July 20, 1916, Image 1

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I .presume I. have been' ' pretty- negligent -in;; the--matter ;-; 6'f '/'writing.: ’ -•'\'■fC’.-'i.'.\’‘I-- '--f \Up rto./date I haven’t been,siny^ wbere or- done .anything worth m‘en- - tibning.ylt’ ItM has ■»hnply been a fday and night jpb of getting the- company ^Quiíde.dj^intb^.. 7 snap.e¿r.•s''‘'jKlbèliey^ ,iI. Acan;\rsay^:that^\:'thes\ibb'-' -' way. ’ I'„have founTdTiout • wKcT. can be. depended on .and;.who -canT. . ;-‘I have received /some yery I comp* limentary •’mention- . . from^sHead^ar-- tei;s? on the •- conipan^]*which‘>i‘.i^aUy.t- cdunts/ as the^e^is a ’whble lpt m ^ “fault found Sjust ’S, nó^/! tbahs.praise, bestowed. yr r - '%CÂrl^Bôôdèll,i,.^pnè;?.(p^., the..‘well-: ^“ ^^“ ■^and^péÒgressivélf farmers fof/J ‘ ^ \ %‘a&countJrf*eat - --.yisitbrt M ■■ ¿ v V n eu -Ák;;aV¿íirÉ>iíát i rádvóca t¿;í p » t e i their } 6 ^ r à Jiftóg;*win tei-, ind, £% 2 £ Î ! 'r& à É t'' mjrf; Bbivdell.; s¿yi, and Spring' gtain i^lltvbe stiH -jaten f •: OIHe ‘section; dSdally jsi fehf days to' itwo! weeks;! •ldte'r/*tiii|d‘ ' bther^part's^J ,7 7 Mr; Bondell ;seeded ; down' a fields tp^timotHy^this- spring,vasi:it is? im^- possible.;jto ^.find;‘op'en,.i range 7 « as;vhei did when he .first commenced farm*;, in g ,:herelcikH t*'•y.carafaio.':v r. Bpndell is circulating petitions; for riominaition for coiinmissioner. on' ithe?-.Republican?;ticket|>;^i <-\::{ ' - ; vjesius' --J enson^aj successful v. farmer- from near ; 0 1 1 ie,' was ; in the’\city|. Monday.:'.- 1: ;• ;■ 'y, Proofs -7 of thes booklet prepared; by ■ the Chamber Vof - Commerce and b'eing:;pnnted;fel^|]RÂà'd,KMc]^lly/;&‘; Cô^o'fi-Cbi»^;^erevr^èiveâ-hèçfr : i .** ;\-í‘ ' - ■-1 t \ . . . f.TÇ:' 'Aÿ Mináis ¿andtwLéñ Lewis ’of; ; ^-[Bisher ^were',.in.i.thé;'city .last ' weekí ÿ ^ x é^-!iLn-»- 4 i - ^ or’e te* * ^ c- ^ ta,n a?á . the . different departments Grain and. the, winter wheat .especial^, are\ not --runnmgjamoothly.i;.yet, ;,alr, .lv'-¿aw - HnifftfVw,ii>_ v. • C arc .noi ;Tunnmg^raooi'my^ ycv, ^ **“ ^ 1 v ^ \ Hniff'o^ 1- ' *<7 tbóugh this;- m<Hlt^ati^; b ^ | b p en 7 /O b ( t ^ ‘ Sid^tiiirk;s ; there' is a 'ffeld: ,.of 100.--acrésVòf;Marquis wheat that hard to .beat. But.stuff thkt was 3 r?*, 1 ?^«- t g i n i -the ; M i- oat: of he.dquarterj .,1 T h e r e '.iiifiots <£' s i t f e , ; comini dòne™^* * ^ * ^ ve | into! the Bisher neighborhood. ' ' - - «Wa¡.^ ¿ i * 'Zi J ì ì Ù a H ì ^ u - a- ' f/brri i Mr.'-V Minnis. hays-'the-halfíséction Phillips, with, im^ ' ^The}.raidy£fceas^ . is'itemp'efing'theCclimatefor- us rquite aidot.’ •< - -' 2 ' - ‘ r.-'-; - ^ - ‘TKe:.; soil^is a^desert'—sandj^'but, stirange to say, imperiousr to, 7 water, 7 which ;makes camp drainage* quite- a. jwiBtemj •and ' we; are * taking;; every - mea‘sure 7 possible, iii; the interest of sanitatibn. T ' ‘ 5 -^-r -'^‘‘Personally '' I,,-:am ; doing; ;^:ell—e*nf; foVeed. regular, hours, .1 guess.; Am a.'ctually2gaining weight.nt is strange, too,'for .1. h: lave ■ been vaccinated and inoculated^ '»gainstV ,tj^oid£^^three' times., and ,-the -typhoid \prophylaxis \is«; powbrfùl'-.dòpe;—makes. ;,ònp ;.»ick ■rZ¿XS¡v'i;t L ï k i i ï i & i é x ï ï Ê M i i c a l ; ; s t W t S ; S l i i S i Ö i ! S i i t - : t P r o m i s e s i n . fry*:''**?*-' ¡ g m * • • ■ i *: *' i y A * % 7 - C a á d í d á t i í : ; ® T i m e s j B p á t e s t . '■\ M fsí'Béh.;'Év'brs.^'>r.lTr. 7 ^ ^ ___ 3 ~ l l ‘-tì. 7 l^'':;' 39 j 200'.7 -\ v : ! : ' ■ ’ . ^ r ^ ;¡A.i;T.n^^Ná^' v ;'i£>;yí^pE^a¡íaka ......... .. ...'yt ’. 7 -. 1 0 0 0 . ':£:yMis_S; - C r o p l ç . ^ I d Ò O ^ - C • ; ’ M i s s C r o o t - . . . . . . . . ;>, ; ¿ ;;ÍOOO' 7 - \lijMiss' ^cnnis^: 2 ^dVlis.si£ElQ'r.énc.ei^-bxams.; . 1 ___ '. — ... . ''Miss.-, Alniifeta;,-Wiley..^''K ^ ^ ^ | Ì¥ tniiis ____ _ _ _ ...... * \ v ' M i ' s k “ ' T n e ^ - ’z - — r ;r . . . . . . . . . . . 1 0 0 0 .. . M iss' Ine ; BiÂfëi?.*;r^V;:^y|f-|''^fêvïia “ ; . . . . . . , ; . . . . 1000 lf ‘ Miss Theìmà-Jònèà' ..... ......................... 1 ÖÖ 0 ' . Miss Lucy Gross í : ; . i -¿. '.-£v£Ì |Èigin ; . . . . . . : _____ .... 1000 ; Miss Jáni¿! ííig L t .;;.: 7 ,’yi;.^:|Èìgiri;. , ’. . . , .................... 1000 .- Miss Wilma ’‘Sandy.... . ,\ . ~ 1000 ~ ~ , --, ,f’- 72 ( ¿*«tíkí'■-:.s'.: ■ k- '■ Mite Tnf > 7 ni>vp 1 anil ■ 'v'--''- ■l.:T?lfW 1 oUi I-Ftalaka 1000; ,-;v 1 Î.Smd^^^-^Çàtik^àÿ.,T»ttrch^sé<f-a 'new e Ford; air\yÔù'' ein 1 seetnowTs sjtreàk'”ô f dust ’ V ' ■ W e 'had 'a nice vdiltlè'¡\shower-; of; rain 1 thru-out^ theyValley lást. Satur- day¡ night ! a- ’\ ?-.;E.r':S.':;Cate ^iis rebuilding Fred kou*#;whic)( the bai>d wmd darâ^ed;i:gjSi|% p f;^ ;:-;Ñiclt,‘-;'JPríd!W»y»*;£b house.. ‘¿»’'¿Fipítif Kreigér--' and'--.Hans ■: H íágen»o»;»áe;doing'.thecarpent«r Robert; Stanhope- j * - gettmg along fine-after hisk acxident yTrank'iMaa^nibtt'farid, *yern: arid; Leonard Kreager made a trip to the pines' .last'^weelci'-' •'-/*.'•• t'1-: yAndy ; Kreager ,and; wife and; Mrs.: Chas.; N of takerreturned \from Man- •tawari.dMinh^^Saturday afternoon^';'. 7 .A..- 7 -.W.'- Cate; ,arid : family, .-'-..'Miss' Margaret...Williams, VMrs. Gus, :J 5 Kulz,. IsaacTHaagenson,- and Eerby 7 S,tari 7 T hope-.'-' were';-1- visitors at . Horner Young’s ;last 7 Sunday. • . .; i 7 :Heriry Kreager’s house was totally destroyed';-by-,’fire; last Wednesday night.; 7 It; ,was.J covered by -a small ambuht;; of-.,insurAnce :3 -- ‘E 'iS. 'Gaterarid \F,reeinan Cate, and wife autded;to :Beach£N.-^., to ‘visit somei-frijencUkkfprV. a; 4 fe'wi: days.. 7 ‘¿■‘Gifaridria^^ Gx%jpdrba;; Stanhope 'arid1. Gfaridmav^Kreager:'- visited' - a t' Erari Stanhope’s i Suridayy.-.: - ,, f ChaVj.'NQftsker; and;.son, '.Sam, arerin thersouth'country looking- for 'landy'7' V :Vr -f'-:; ’ \r%-C ‘ MINISTER’S '- -ANNOUNCEMENT., .Rev.\ Hi:VL: ' Anderson; recently,; in­ stalled- àss..pastòr:..òf 'thevV; German j Lúfherári\\'church'^iri\LFállbnÍ7Cdúrity [with, headquarters at Baker, will hold services âf’ Ollie nexf 'Sunday1- morn- irig„ at - 10 :30 .o’clock. . ; / - - . /\oL entvia . Amr earn- three b’dock 'the; same .day serv- iceslwilUbèi-fiéldl.by-fiRpy.. Anderson at,!Carlyle:,^-'. =V^ k V^V-.‘:-> -V ' . 7 George Bocgs¿ óf Ekalaka,- cari.di- dat'e''‘ for,;; sheriff / in¡ thé Republican primaries, was a \Baker visitor’this •week;-’\'''f . ........... ■' - ; 7‘ i>-VMieir. Wiriterhute . bring the buyers. If you. really, want ,to -sell s^ec them. - [ - *,,.•< .. . •:>. 'E. . , ' .... ^NÜM BEIÍ< 4 ^ ^ . >ïf ' --- - ~ ~ ~ ‘-m \'J- Lv 7 t-' v;,',-.^-t\ -y.--,yy-v;,, U . . y v - . ; r , 7 ¡.w- -S®day^J^cw.eek;¡Comnuttee* •- agric*aturál-^C\|¡vetíttífc:;' d isplay^’ , ftnd thè' atfiuseuient fif bpäm. > : ; ; 7’; ; William Mowbiay, immediatelyk gbt • busy: to solmU ;subicriptioris and, ;it ' 15 4r« ™e ,. - ,X h e V .£rpgr«a^^ »i'meetingl'-.soon - to ’jarririge<; for^ th'eyk' *> < ■ ?:?< . amuseitfentiyf.eatures,yof;.;thri;ifair;:dn“ 77 ,;i ;;'''-7 eluding/horsek races.. On this comT< ; <;•; • GatUntf' *• ' '?' Hwcock, 7 ; Georges B oggs and J , P. Medges.\r-v , ; -•;•£ .. QvAV.Uahl aridC. G.-Ricjard will •; see; .thatthe : fair,, is given proper publicity:'“ \ ; ; 7 ‘ : -/vAi’.' L.y Shaw,- to\ . whose enterprise •’, arid-icnbrgy..should .be credited ”lastv\ V yearisrsffne 7 agricultural exhibit, 7 will,“T again’Vhave-charge,‘of! that 'depart-. '* . “\l merit. . : Associated ...with him, on. the- i cbmmittce: is W . H.* Peck and O. A. ' DahL/? 5 ; 7 ‘'-''y’-y;'--'; ■> -- Other cominittees appointed were':\ '- Livestock^George, Boggs, . .. J .,. p.- Hedges,.=L.^F.: Kennedy.. ’Free A't- ttactibni^Sr c. J.-;, ‘ Emswiler; C. <<(£.»• Rickard \and .Matt : ,Grey. ' Music— S. J 7 Emswiler,;O. A 7 Dahl: - ; 7 - 7 - -«The * fair,¿dat.es'¿are;^ Sept. . 19 th arid 20 th. fWilliam Mowbray is secretary. -. 7 .^ 777 )* 17 ~ 7 .. !■■-- ■ \ , The:..-speciaf .offer, of.. Extra Votes closesl Saturday ..eyeriiifg atvlO o’clock and- at- no Ttime^during the contest will youTeceive as mariy votes as at ; the present 7 time.‘ Thsj-is .positively, r| :he ybest .yoffer. thatr,.w.ill. be., made; / At. 7 the':re^lar--^emi>ntonthiy nieetf ‘¿ufirig tbe contest; 7 Th order to'have’ ing' o f 'the^dotiricil Tuesday eye. Pres-' subscriptions; 'count ,;:v on ¡thii offer i’ded over ,byvMayi .i Barstow, a resp-..;th^y must be'either mailed* or., turned lution; was passed fixing the levy on into the Time's., office,' by Saturday pity, property,-for the fiscal year endr' night at 1 0 o’clock. - irig 1 the first-Monday in ; May, . 1916 .. ----- :— , - «■ ^ The levy, as ; provided for iri' the - The^time is growing short for the ?icciiaGon agabirist pox *f M d ^ cVni^LanX^^^^ '....\ 3 mn i i ) f ^ t i ^ t l n U s k ^ SL ^ s r ^ z n -three to a close, and the- list of is°' 7 iriosfib?e?' to' triU‘ vet what Interest and Sinking Fund .. 4 .mills .pr.izes .will; becomecthe property of ShotV' 4 r e V a i i ^ S ^ Park-‘ Improvement ' . ' . - . . . . . . . 1 milLthe-energetic. young' women .who ¡nay happen. .. b h o t s .a r e .being,-ex have, appreciated, the opportunities :hanged ’;every':hour::.or - sO;-- '.;.,Th.e- v ’.-.- •: ' h«1H W in ’them: and have earnestly may changed ,- patrol v killed a'-Mexican^yesterday... who was trying to'run ariununition across.\ -.-•-i 7 o 7 - j “Just across 7 the line south./there:, are a fewMbzen bodies of-Mexicans- in various stages of,, recomposition.. \Apparently we are at peace. Tn held out to‘them; and have earnestly , .striven, with the result that victory . ;has responded to .their call and they rChave been -declared ,the -winners ni : the handsome awards.’ -The prospect ! of winning ’a touring car .is \sufficient . .. -- ----- ~ T . r ' ■ v‘ to enthuse even: the most lukewarm v .... . . . - , -Vi. William Wortman, a farmer of; one among. the .contestants.. Make reality, each .is; waitmg. .f^,^ . the | Sykes, 'had . a. knarrow-escape Friday; your winning resolution’ today, and other to make* a' breaK.p'^We (oar receding , * 1 • betweensix\ -'and seven;-«ccep it. in your \mind. .There ;is no regiment) is to,Uke; up. patrolrduty= 0 »clock, on the;Milwaukee tracks.^^ Vbetter way of^^ insuring victory, in ten days. Very likejy^tqcrrcgiment; .v-Wortinan ;:hrid'.just ;unloadeiV-some-r ' Tim* to ...Work. will be split up, and^ there is no cer- grain af 0 ri'e of the „elevators and'| The present is., the\ time, to' work. tairity where .we will go. j “As ' ever; Wade.’’ started to drive across the tracks,x£vcry moment spent in effort. NOW failing to notice a., backing ;engine:v {s goirig to pay-yob big in dividends n**«l A - AM ■ T.U a ) /«a kArvtf A • P . « * t ’ J A/«nti A i . 7 --i y ■ . _ 7 ‘and freight cars/ The-cibopse ’struck;-before 1 the' close.- arid riot/a second - Another letterethrowing intere t- , hjs wagon and demolished :it:.He-wasi- 0 {.tilc-remaining-time sbould^be-lost,. ing sidelights - o n nvhat the boys .are throwrf clear of the Vrieckage , ind. driv ^mriariirig;all its own. , domg was - reccivedTbyrfriends^of-^T^ . w:thnnt , PrlotriTiriiur^ThV 7 ^XfX?-r.*h fi:i!i T u - i n'> v ,rV nns^ 7 , The big> time-, o f,’any.-.campaign ' is/ tbd tirne,in -which tyou‘.have. to, work,/ an^x the^big’- periodr.ofx.the campaign* isTbow-here;;'; You,.nowx have; Ríen- ty>?pff--time- iri which ¡ to : secure -the swjieriptions/.,that secure the;-votes thatr'-znèan victory. But if you delay, now; and figure on working,\during 1 ther-last^ weelc or so-of thè campaign you are deliberately , placing • your­ self urider a .hartdfcap that yoti may not be able to overcome.- ' feel-that-every-contestant ap- precia,tes.-the - fact- that she .needs votes In order to ‘.win, and that there is\;rio better! trine to'- secure these' votes 'than now.' “Do not put off till to/norrow .what you, can do: today,” for;if you do, you burden jrourself with,'additional work that might; be too-c big ,a - lèad for you. Every'' day there, is ...some. 7 person, -.one.; òr- two,- maybe more, that you can.,,see . and secure subscriptions from, and today is ; the time* to see^ them. /Each daylnew names occur to:you, andiby.-seeing these ipebple the day fh'at' their .names crop, up- in- your memory,': you - clean your, slate , fo r still, further effort ; on the \morrow. EaChi'day-' has- a value, and if yenr cbuld' but 7 . realize. this, and do 7 your best-¡each - day, you would not fear therffinalr day¿ but could await the final, count -with réjóicirig' and know. ; Splèndid 7 progns;s’s. is ¡.being made iri the.-drilling operations at the Mon­ tana Petroleum' Company’s well. The drill; is .operating^ with /less.; trouble than at any other time \since- the work began,. ; ' They are! going down át the rate of 60 ; feet a day, and \at- the time this item was written had reached a depth of 1450 feet. . t hat 7 youx. p u t : f o rt h the_n e ce ssa r ^7 effort- to win and,; that\ victory - is* A ;•# Gharles Treskey,- »who- unlisted- as a volunteerr'frbrii b B a k e r . ¡ . y - -V „MrATrqskey :saya:,.;, , x i ‘ -“I/ thbught - I’d' drop ’ you' a; line to let you know we are. still‘.alive. We are', nearest! the border j\ we^can;- see the Mexicans’ ^tehts 7 i> 7 ffpin> there. - There 7 areonly. aborit; 12600 , ' ;Mex- leans next to' us.****I -do'. riot. know- • jwhen! I’ll be' back again. 7 They call us the. Montana huskies. . - ' \ “The, w.eather <is-¡better;.than.-I eX escaped without serious ,injury.. The.; Scorir^our- field; - take-in..every pos^, surely''\yours. Tinre~lo 5 t~is—surely five-horse't'eambrokeaway'andran'jjjj^ subscriptiori'and never quit never recovered., . *“ - \stable.^-. 7 \One „horse* was 7 ' trying for the day until you have ' --------- - ' :slightly.huftrlnr'therrunaway pected. - ; It is not..;àîriçh ; different |han 7 -Mòritahà;,,. so', .the Lheat,; don t r ? ‘ bother ;us, m u c h . _ ' TT- guess'- this will - be -all for this - assured yourself-that yo> have done all that tyou. possibly-.could. for that day. Keep your _ own counsel.' Let -r- Future Subscriptions 'Contestants 1 may'find ’ in some criips friends who*wish'to-help them- no' one -but your intimate friends in^the contest by subscribing for The know'what-you have, done or what Time«;: but are already taking;'a‘ pa-, ybu^arebdoing. r Go. about ..with a; per; which ;.is‘ paid Tri' advance * and; hTib-Kt^smile- for-everyone-and—ask—doxno'txdesire/to^receive-moFex'thari; bcigKt~sm.i.le~fo'r~iyeryone;^ .. ... . . . . A • , , . everyone” you meet for. a .subscrip- one/paper. in .their.-homes at the same J - tion. 'The ones-Who appear-most un- tiirieb The management has arranged I likely- are- generally/ the- ones from to,‘ 7 accept and. issue/votes ori all-subi **-jwhqm, you;*secrire the Tati?st .share- scriptipn».-, and tht paper^to^tArt at \ of -asVistarice 7 !;*>: Ke^)i ‘trying and' any! future (fate the 7 subscriber, may time.'for.Til have to^go on djity, so ;ards' to all.\ Good-bye:'’ ' s- -, Best regards' A NEW BABY. '. 7 . - Born Thursday, July: 13 th, to' Mrv At a .meeting;, held; Mieir, 8c Wintifriiuute, attended \by those,/ who ; .have-' subscribed • for stock in the oroposed'brick plant,Lit was ..decided.,to [secure' the^service,.of r / , 7 - ,/ 77 !Tf \ v^-things rir^tòdnd- t p A way- designate: ^ ?• •• in;the .office of ■ - **-r‘ : .... . ............ ..¿ffgr ^.Born Thursday, JulylJth, to Mr. . an expert.‘to. look lover the* field. .H e ap'd Mrs.: John Fromm-a baby J>py. [.will m a k e a thourough 7 investiga 7 Mr. and Mrs: Fromm are /visiting tion of. the 1 clays in ..this'.vicinity, o f 7 f . V. , ' __ _ _ _ _• _ _ _ _ _ _ * J._ L * * f f .l at .the_.home of jiheir parents,'- Mr. arid'Mrs. 1 •is at ■ Gold arid \Mrs. Fr T., Seeley.! „ ivThei^hoirie; )ld Butte. Mbrit. ; . \ ÿ 77 ‘ /..•¡is , ., COMING : TO BOYES 7 ; Four,' four horsey outfits from the Basin^ country;around Hob«on - Went .which, thefe áre several varieties, „v 7 ' 'Laboratory: teáts - Will' be made to de^rmìnè°fÌéiVTsùit^ or bringà1 $15”00-worth,of subscriptions! to this office oil Or before ing brick'àri^dTbè7:be*f’niethods..foç Saturday, - j ú l y ^ - 2 2 . - - - ' : ¡ -, ..-.V THE OFFER' 7 Besides the regular. votes allowed, on the various subscription\ payments, as shown in the votmgrsctiedule; : we malce' the cpn-r testants,the.following offer of extr_a*yotes .for NEW and OLD. sub-- scription payments:: :> 7 ' • • i -We .wiUipYe*50tOOO extra votes*to;every contestant who'sends th e ir‘manufacture. This is considered ,a‘ feasible arid practical -. undertaking. .An. enterprise a • * t e • ! * ? 4 . , * \ - # t e t e * -, ( t- , \ \ #4 . f — 1 . -- . ' ‘ through . Grass. Range'early yester-:jof^''this*natrice will^;cbntnbüt'e?à gréât d iw Z mormñ¿;C”éfiíáñ|«;:‘ tb77B.bxei^4*a.1rÍ9ííhc7áp'>«^.h the-citÿ; Montana, Fallbn county.. They'have j l ^ a l l y '^astwèn^aT/figuràtively.' ’ v ' some splendid' stock and ^willv start ' farming -down! there/im m e d iately having secured .’about -‘ 1500 - acres *of land.—Grass Range R e v ie w .. • f </r . W e ..bring/the .buyers. Miefr & W intemute: - * - ’ • ' ; 77 A;,six-liour-.rain is reported Sunday ; 7 NEW and .'OLD' subscriptions' kre , wprth mPre/iyotes to you during; this; [period, than’ they will btva i any'yiRure/date'.dufiilg this cam p a ign; 77 - / T h is is. p o s itively-the best offerior/iriducementlthát.^w i l l ,be_m ade; d u ring the cam p a ign. So it is to y b u r 'irite r e s t to secure as m a n y TiThe Midland.hâve spécial stock for After ^waiting ‘ several ’. weeks', for the; completion of the/new; Emmer-r' son, hotel, W. B; Tierce has coriclud- * to -ppen up his ,'business -inf..tem- porary; TriartersTOri/th.e. lot iust north o f ; the; Hotel'-Damon.; - The new; caie' will be known as the-Peerless .and it(.will surely/live- up to. its name. We understand ’ Mr; Pierce;. will, procure vegetables fresh' fr.omVthe; growers and .eggs^will ,be. obtained/ strictly fresh from /the farmers- in >this-. vicinity.' 1 .. 7 THe/Peefless will be located in the Enrin'erson -.when the -cafe room is firiithed:. h?;:n Tom p R c a tibn*;/iri 7 :th‘e 7 :brgaPiiatibri/l b.tt^.:we.;j^:mforriied;>.eye 7 t ^ h i r i i ^ r : soon be straighted out arid‘the build­ ing.-’ a- credit to; the town, w ill be pushed, to early completion. / ;The M idland have .spécial stock for granaries/ S e e 'it. 7 - 20 - 4 . / M ieir &v W intemute bring the buyer's. If you really want to sell see;: them. - “DRYS” WILL. ORGANIZE. -At Ekalaka' 'next Saturday -will be held a conference for the purpose of organizing' a Fallbn :: 1 County,’.' Dry Montana; League/ as 1 arinoUriced -in-j -1 r®*sarer/- last week’s issue of the Times. .. . au^*^or of . Fallon County, $ 42 ^ 5463 . : In additiorivto/those-bn the pro- TTher? 0 H 0 WiP* st^tem.<int shows the _ _____ __ _ _ __ ^ ___ __ _ On July 1 st there was on harid-.in- a XFaMbri''X&iriiy.T''bry :-the various. , funds,. ', according ' to ' ' - .Treasurer. Lentz, \statement-to-’ the-. gram as heretoforè published w ill be [ amounts in the , respective funds : M rs. A / S. Holt-and M rs. Delos .H a ll, - Gcncra* * ........................................ V.: w h o - w ill deliver - addresses/: 7 \ | Road, _ . .... ..................................... - Judge./J.-A,.:.W illiam s of' this'city- p°?.r ! ............... .. .....................•• will-; act as - temporary - chairman ,,of ' ................. *0- .................. .• the*-'conference ‘arid ¡.will; d e liver'an rGontmgent .............. .. address. Sinkini Î ..,......... nterest $14,48329 2,959.74 5,984.09 1,485.45 5201.72 10,147.94 1,992.40' grading ■ outfit is- ¡makings g o o d ;neaa way/oh/thè .w p rkliri. t h e M ò rr is and North—side—iiriprovement—districts. ; '..This-, work-is preparatory , to -putt ing in- Cément; walks... v i ' ' — Sincè-Dec.— 24 ,- v 1 § Î 3 , t 218 /licenses^ to : lá r r y . have, been; issued' frbrii' I the. - clerk o f court’s office iri'F a llo r i coririr/ r AJpt of'-th'é* dirt, »/being, use^-m T h i T ^ ^ T i t ò ^ ^ g h L abate somewhat/the laya, .flust\ ^^wjilchi, is'mbt-ihalft .bail ..-V - ,- 7 / / : 7 s^riac whicK/formerly, coyered--fhe--r j - n-¿ - t^é- fá^ 0^ ¿ . ^ *' 55 r* / ' jam ’ ' ..t.'• f ' • ' '..idg;.this ycar\Shbws/ 18 a-.xtrx/ç : ^ i r t y dôllars^worth,of __scoria was Paul ,MT McLean and Nellie'jRoss put on the-street last spring. * Most Muriro^-of Ekalaka,’ have.-the. distiric- o f i t • crumbled up. under ^months of tjon,’0f bcing the first tWb to obtain’ traffic, and blew away. .T h e sand y .. - i : ---- - , . . . . . - - . . mi ' a'. license, ¡.in Fallon .County:/,. , loam soil being put on now w ill not; A lfred Jergensen. of .Eagle .* Grove-l: ; be^ satisfactory, however, until .-a Iowa> arid Elizabeth Ririk', of ]ElHott;x suitable'surface covering is applied.,■q- j ^ are tije i ast.-. It would be a go.od time to .con- j \ iicense'/was tissued/this w e e k /to/ 7 / Leon Caldwell .arid,, Etta Castle, .of-.' Westmore./and oneto Carl-Hale aiul J. siej. E. • Sexton,;- of. Gllie, Z • S T E W A R D P L E A D S N O T C U I L T Y . / : 7 sider-oiling the street. BOARD RECEIVES, KICKS. The county commissioners, sitting as a board .of,, equalization, are this week considering, .complaints,; from those-who .-for-, various^reasons_ar'e 'dissatisfied with their assessments.- Dari- Stfcwart;was'^arrigned /before> JudKe/-Q'Hern;jast Friday' arid. en~.; tered a plea of not' guilty.; ; r : -- . 7 \; 77 '/ His bonds'were placed: at/$ 750 . ,vin default;, of which he 'was/remanded M rs. Louise Granum..and 'daughtèr .n ig h t; north o f; Westmore. -It- ex- Selma motored to thè Shallér'home-- teridedr w e st ';as/fkr- as Terry., F . .C J stead Wednesday, >returning xThurs-, Bunn s^ farm/-- It p s said, berièfited . sub s c ription paym e n ts as possible /during/this period. In o th e r During this session the valuation w o r d s ,^ bonus o f 3,333 votes ‘w i n ® giTeri [ToF every dollar you. of the .- school districts of FaUon ‘ default ^ f which he'was/remanded c • ' - - , , £ m p A/p-'r«!.,->b; . . County ‘ will be ’ determined. The to-'the sheriff-and is held in the-Eka-. bring o r send on o r before 10 P . M. July 22 . : ^ , . « . . . 'I amounts‘ have already been'-turned laka.jaa.. , /• -The-larger the am o u n t of * ---- - —o \ --------------- 1 iL - 0 ----- : -ntendent’s i — J — - < cfice “ - ^ T T - J • ’ a 1 • / ¿ a • m , i ^ 1 mon ey .y o u T lle t t to cover subscrip- jin -to th e ;Sup eri .of /b y H e is tions. d u ring .this period, the la r g e r / y o j^ e x t f a ,b a llo t w i i l l be... I t , » « « u i w f charged day. - thereby. with defacing. L L ^ y y 11’ ha-rr ' « h o w a totar,yalu a t ib n ,,o f $7,684.369, | t '/ -'/T ^ / . to h o l d bride your * u \erfiptiuu until you »*▼ « aecur«d jbut .thcre- may. be som e , c h a n g e m ). T h e /M id la n d h a v e -s p e c ia l s t o c k for *. ’ (Continued. P a g e E ig h th i. . • ‘,-this a m o u n t in lh e last a n a ly s is . -ngranaries. S e e it ..- -7 _; • 7 /

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