The Ekalaka Eagle (Ekalaka, Mont.) 1909-1920, May 04, 1917, Image 4

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, • ;. tl(ALAKA tAGLE 0 Money and Land 11 0 F. M. DWORSHAK PEOPLE: Now is the time to get busy and list your land with me for sale, and to O rent, for I have expended considerable 0 II and the intention to invest in eastern Mon- tana land. Here is where you list your your land and I was personally in touch with people that HAVE THE MONEY time and money this winter advertising O land for sale and it will be sold. Here is where you list your land for rent and it will be rented. Try it for yourself and see. THE LAND MAN 0 :2 === 0 =I =I =X 0 0 _ 1 \All Set\ We have a full and complete stock of lumber on hand for spring delivery, and are better prepared to supply your needs now than ever before. Contract and Custom -Work a Specialty Our terms on this class of work are Strictly Cash unless you make satis- factory credit arrangements before any work is commenced. H. G. LANTIS MONEY TALKS! We have expended a large amount of money in advertising the Little BeAver and Box Elder Valley lands and getting in touch with buyer; for the coming sea- son. Our adverting reaches into every state in the Union and we are flooded with the requests for information from Men who HAVE THE MONEY looking for a safe investment. All eyes are turned to Montana. Everything in- dicates a banner year. it is to your benefit to list your land early. First come, first served. Get in on the ground floor. Just let us know that you - want to sell and we will do the rest. GRANT & FUQUA Land and 1,ivestock Company 0 0 \THE OLD STAND\ C. G. RICKARD, Proprietor. Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Ekalaka, - - Montana. The Fialaka Eagle' O. A. Dahl, - - - Publisher Entered as seound-elass;rnatter. Jarman, L 1 90$ an the post .odice at Ekalaka. Montana., under the Actaf March 8.1879. Advertising ratea , made known upon application. Published Every Friday. Subscription Price, $2.00 Per Year In Advance Vol. 9. May 4 1917, No. 18. A Montana There's a land where some- thing is doing, *And a' fairer land never was seen; Where rivers in beauty, in gran- deur are flowing, Through wide rolling prairies and valleys serene. On prairies afar is the home of the farmer, Where arches of heaven seem touching the plain; Go, seek the lone dwelling, where peace the sweet charmer, With love and contentment in unison reign. Like gems, are the cities, the country adorning, In beauty enchanting they rise to view; Their spires agleam with the sun- light of morning And pinnacles towering to heavenly blue. Burns sang of the Ayr in the language of beautY, And waters of Doon flowing sweetly along, But where is the bard who shall deem it his duty, To join Box Elder and I3eaver in song. Moore's harp told the charms of the Irish maidens, How brave sons of Erin for liberty fell, But Montana's maids are with beauty well laden, Her sons—they will , battle for Justice as well. As pure and as clear as the swift flowing waters, That gushes through Montanas beautiful plain. So lovely and fair are Montana's daughters, In beauty, unrivaled, they'll ever remain. The poor and the friendless from over the ocean, Come gladly to ask protection of thee, Anti fast beat their hearts with joyful emotion, To behold the dear land and feel they are free. Montana, long may thy people adore thee, And defend the dear land that gave them a home, Yet, still be there decades of glory before thee, When graft -ridden states are sinking_in gloom. —Jay Louis. S. J. EMSWILER U S. Couiriossr . . Notary Pablie Filings, Final and Yearly proofs. All Homelftead • papers properly executed EKALAKA, MONTANA James McMillan 22 N. 7th St. Miles City, Montana. Several years experience in U. S. Land Office as Chen Clerk Stuck Raising Homestead Papers Care- fully Prepared and Work Guaranteed All Kinds of Land Office Practice Advice Free I have for sale at my place five miles northwest of Sykes, some young bred sows, some will have, pigs in May, some in June, and I FALLON COUNTY ABSTRACT CO. ABSTRACTS OF TITLE Owned and operated by Fallon COunty People Over Baker Mercantile Company , Baker, Montana SECURITY ABSTRACT AND TITLE CO. BONDED First Abstract Company Doing • Business in Fallon. Prairie foul Custer Counties to File a Bond With the State Treasurer Under New Law. '. Accuracy Responsibility Al. Hanson, Mgr. Baker Office J. W. Grant Auctioneer Livestock. a specialty. Satisfaction guara n - t e e d. Arrange f o r dates at Grant 8z Fu- qua's office, or Ekala ka State Bank. • • • THE ROYAL CAFE JOHN COZAD, Proprietor Meals at all hours Your patronage solicited Rates reasonable S. D. McKINNON LAWYER Miles City, Montana. GEO. W. FARR Attorney at -Law H. E. Hedrick. Associate AttoroeY Baker Mont. GEO. J. MURPHY ... LAWYER . . . Rooms aad 8 Earliagbari Block 1SMAY MONT. DR. J. P. HEDGES DENTIST. Bridge, Crown and Inla‘ Work a Specialty. Ekalaka. Montam, Dr. G. A. BAKER PHYSICIAN and SURGEON All Calif; Promptly. Either !my or Night. Ekalaka Montana P. C. CORNISH ATTORNEY -At_ LAW General Court and Land Office Practice OftIce In Pearce Block BAKER - - MONTANA. L. A. Conser LAWYER 1 , 1ker : : Mont. . • _ r 4 la •,,, s C l.\1\111111111111 . , , 4 THE' -UN I VE - RT.S.At C KR ' Ford service for the owners of Ford cars is a fact---courteous, prompt, effici- ent. Service which covers the entire country, almost as a blanket, to the end that Ford cars are in use every day. Go where you will, there's a For& Agent near by to look after your Ford car,,,The \Universal Car\ will bring you univers- al service. Better buy yours today. Touring car $360, Runabout $345, Coup- let $505, Town car $595, Sedan $645. all f. o. b. Detroit. We solicit irour order. . George H. Farwell Agent e ,,_ 11111111INIMID • I am now handling a line of suits made to your measure, at $16.00 and up. Come in and look over our samples and style books. J. V. LOFQUIST GIN11118111111 1 A Complete Line Lowest Prices Don't send away for a single article you need for your automobile until you find out what we can do for you. We aim to Keep in stocK a com- plete assortment of supplies for prac- tically ell maKes of cars. Thus we usually save you the delay that results from ordering elsewhere. And oftentimes we can save you consider- able money on your purchases. Our prices on tires, tubes, lamps, sparli. plugs and sundries of all Kinds entitle us to your patron.age. All we ash is an opportunity to prove our claim that we can satisfy you. We're always glad to quote prices I EKALAKA GARAGE, Frank Voss, Prop. 0.0 • • We Have It! Whether it is Cigars, Tobaccos, Cigarettes, Pipes, Books, Magazines or Confectionery. • OLLIE'S '6 CONFECTIONERY 011ie Hedges, Prop. Ekalaka, Montana. 1# • 0 The Eagle Covers some. in July. Joseph Kurpis, Carter County Completely Ekalaka. 3f

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