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- The That Other it would pay you . , Winners' with are: Prize to get acquainted Keen Kutter Tools and Cutlery , Entered by Simmons Hdw. Co., St. Louis Ko-Ga-Co\OakTanned\Harness & Collars • Entered by Konantz-Gaver Co., Si. Paul Wilson Heaters and Dun well Ranges Entered by Simmons Hdw. Co., St. Louis South Bend Malleable Ranges Entered by South Bend Mal. Range Co. 5-A Horse Blankets and Robes . Entered by Wm. Ayers & Sons, Philadelphia Good Enough Plows, Discs and Harrows Monitor Disc Drills Entered by Minnesota Moline Plow Co., Minneapolis New Stoughton Wagons Stoughton Wagon Works, Stoughton, Wis. Don't forget that we use the same infinite care and wisdom in selecting our goods as other judges do in awarding prizes, and that \OUR GUARANTEE\ is your protection. HARNEY & ADAMS HARDWARE CO. GEYSER, MONT. •-•••-•-• WHEN YOU WANT Geyser Locals A First -Class 1 1 W. I. Peterson spent friends i Martin Grove called on his brother Stanford visitors Tuesday. n Spion Kop. ; at Raynsford, Tuesday. ; James Kemaghan was a visitor in Mrs ' J. L. Mears visited friends ' n Great Falls during the week. CALL AT Great Falls the past week. Meal Vortte5 A tEitatirant ; Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Purdy made a rimac ranch. ; ! trip to Great Falls by auto last Thurs- Meals Served at All Hours • day, returning Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. M. Lynch Jr. of Log Cabin Syrup $1.00 per gallon. Spion Kop, visited friends in Geyser FURNISHED ROOMS ' High Standard 27 -lb. jacket can $1.35. this week. • IN CONNECTION at Kennedy Mere. Co., Raynsford. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sundberg re- turned home Sunday, after a few days different parts of the state. A ship - I Mrs. H. 0. Lyng and daughters I ment of the sheep was unloaded at Jennie and Clara, of Highavood, are spent in the Falls. Spion Kop Monday. Mr. Cook has guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Lyng. Mrs. Frank Spencer of Knerville been a live booster for Geyser and his illeat Market • returned home Sunday after a few many friends are glad to see him back. Judith Basin Grain Lands Co., trans - days' visit with relatives and friends at I Joseph I. Liberty, president of the Arrnington. We carry all kinds of acted business in Great Falls this week. Fresh Meat. Frank G. Day, of the Purdy Trad- • ing Co., made a business trip to Bill- ings the first of the week to purchase a line of goods for the gents' furnishings department. ' Condon & Ferguson sheep skin Another car to arrive this week. Our coatsand winter caps just arrived. price the same, Rex or Cascade flour, first grade, at $2.85 per 100 pounds in 1,000 -lb. lots.—KENNEDY .MERC. CO., Raynsford. Jos. Liberty started a large number of men stacking his 154 acre field of flax last Saturday, hut got caught by a snow storm and cold weather which has delayed them this week. Several farmers claim to have lost a large percentage of their potato crop on account of not being able to get them out of the ground and housed for the winter before the last cold snap. John A. Collins has sold to D. J. Condon a one-third interest in the Geyser Realty Co. Kibby gypsum mining claims, num- bering 9, 10, 12, 13 and 14, in section 8, township 16 north, range 8 east; The Metropolis of the Upper BM hi consideration $857.25. November 15th and 16th. Hruby about your fall repairs on house or stable. P. 13. McAllister was a Great Falls Sunday with visitor over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brammer were BO brand overshoes—every pair guaranteed—at Kennedy Mere. Co., business Raynsford. ss.inI. Liberty L trip to Chicago and Mil- , iberty returned Friday from a wau l a r: and Mrs. S. J. McAllister and isby son returned home from Great Falls Sunday morning. C. F. Constant of Great Falls, sales- man and adjuster for the International Harvester Co., spent Thursday in Geyser on business. 1,, W. Curliss, who has succeeded Mr. Smith as representative of the Kelley - How - Thompson Hardware Co., made his initial visit to Geyser today. ‘ Nen you are hauling grain, don't go home empty, but) take a load of \First Grade\ Rex or Cascade flour, at $2.85 per 100 pounds in 1,000 -lb. lots. — KENNEDY MERCANTILE Co., Raynsford. W. 0. Pietzsch, of Madison, Wis., treasurer of the Montana Farm Lands Co., was in town on business Monday, in company with I. Weaver, of Great Falls. Mr. Pietzsch returned to his home in the east Tuesday, by way of the Milwaukee, Mr. Weaver accom- panying him to Harlowton. Again Montana steers top the mar- ket at Chicago, and it is said received the highest price paid for western steers in the past ten years. Owen Fergus returned Wednesday from Chi- cago, where he took two carloads of steers in the same shipment with J. L. Mears, Frank Spencer, II. A. Notting- ham, Frank McLeish and others. Mr. Fergus reports a price of $7.50 per hundred, as they were five years old and averaged over 1,400 pounds. Three steers brought $339.33. Some 38 head Prices Reasonable Porter's Restaurant and Market 1 Geyser, . Montana • . Haw would you like to Own a Home in Geyser IT'S EASY! Start Right; Buy one of the Choice Building Lots Offered For Sale by the GEYSER, MONT. Dr. E. V. Cabbage of Belt will be 1 Chas. Olson returned Monday from I v in Geyser, prepared to do dental woi k, a three weekt' isit to Chicago. Attorney J. A. McDonough of Great Falls, spent Sunday at the Nler- See Mac Lutz, who represents Farwell, Ozmun, Kirk & Co., hardware job- bers, of St. Paul, called on Geyser merchants Wednesday. Look them over.—KENNEDY MER- CANTILE CO., Raynsford. ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS RE- WARD—To party who can prove that A. Hruby builds houses, barns, gran- aries, etc., without charge.—A. HRU- BY, Geyser. Archie Brownlee, who recently proved up on his homestead south of town, left this week for Moccasin, to spend the winter with his brothers. He drove across, taking several head of stock with him. The weather man has been strictly on the job this week. The first of the week he predicted snow and unusally cold welter and we certainly got it. On Wednesday and Tnursday, the thermo- meter registered several degrees below the zero mark. 66 uality— in Lumber\ Remember it was the Quality of the Wheat that won the $1,000 silver cup. It is by Quality and good values that we intend to win your custom. Geyser is in the public eye, so \Grunt for Geyser\ and buy your building material of— Missouri River Lumber Co \Quality in Lumber\ _ _ 1 0.41111•41.•40 4 4111•41110•411P '•111-•11111 •010•411110•41110+1111,•••11.•4/1•411. 1 LIQUORS CIGARS I The • Silver Dollar Saloon George S. Kneer, Prop. American and Budweiser Beers GEYSER, MONTANA sold for $7.25 per hundred. The other Geyser stock sold pretty well but not 111 , •41111• 4 111.• 4 10+41.•411 0 • 41 . 1 k• 4 1 11 +0 0 . 10 • 4 M+ 110 • 410 . 111 P. 110 + 111 .• 411 .• 416 up to the Fergus cattle. E. C. Cook, foreman of the Long Sheep Co., arrived here Saturday and will make Geyser his headquarters during the winter months. The large bands of sheep which have been quar- tered on the Fort Peck Indian reserva- tion in Valley county during the sum- mer will be transferred to winter quar- ters in this section of the state. About 50,000 to 60,000 sheep will be shipped other parts of the by train while about 125 000 will be ber Mrs. Hockett alleged that Sher- be interested in the announcement. Our Specialties Oregon Fir, Dimension Stuff, Clear Red Cedar Siding, Extra \Star -A -Star\ Red Cedar Shin- gles, Oregon Fir Flooring, Ceil- ing and Drop Siding, the Famous Sackett Plaster Board and Gal- vanite Roofing are some of our specialties. Building material and accesso- ries constantly in stock. Headquarters for the unexcell- ed domestic coals—Roundup and Bear Creek. Feed of all kinds. McCaull-Webster Elevator Co. W. I, PETERSON, Mgr. GEYSER, :: MONTANA Purdy Wins His Case S. C. Purdy and Michael Byrne were in attendance at the district court at Great Falls Tuesday as witnesses in the case of Mrs. Laura V. Hockett vs. Sheriff Collins and S. C. Purdy. ring of the prize for the best winter raised this year in the United The case was brought to recover wheat States by James Todd, of Geyser, a spe- $452 and costs alleged to be due her cial edition of 1000 copies of the Gey- on'account of the sale of some of her ser Times would be sent to friends in country who might property in a foreclosure last Decem- trailed across the country to ranches in iff Collins, when he foreclosed on Fred Lefebre to satisfy a mortgage given by I,efeber to S. C. Purdy, sold grain and stock to which she had a prior right. Fred I,efebre, David Meredith, Al H. Rowe, A. L. Hockett, I)eputy Sheriff Kommers and Mrs. Hockett took the stand on behalf of the plaintiff. • The case was tried before a jury Big Edition of The Times At the Commercial Club meeting Tuesday evening, it was decided on ac- count of the great advertising value of the announcement concerning the win - It is therefore desired that all readers of the Times bring or send the names of as many friends to whom they desire papers of this edition sent and the Com- mercial Club will have them sent free of charge. This is a great oppertunity to advertise this section of the Judith Basin and should result in many new settlers coming here next year, so don't wait but make a list of your friends at once and leave it with any member of with Judge Leslie.presiding. The jury the club in Geyser. decided in favor. of the defendants on every point. School Report Report of the Geyser school month ending Nov. 3, 1911: Number pupils enrolled, 17. Number days taught, 20. Total number days attendance, 281. Average daily attendance, 14.05. Those present every day — I,eslie Simpson, Carl Hedman, Ella Hoff- man, Valter Simpson, Dave Simpson. Creek and Davis Creek districts should ‘ San- I convince the most incredulous. der Asent one-half d a y—Cl are n ce s. b Absent one day —Charlie I3acka, Frank Backa, Archie Byrne. CORA V. CLAPPER, Teacher. for the Congregational Church Notice Five potatoes, weighing over two pounds each were one day this week brought to the Harney & Adams Idw. store by John A. Hanson of Highwood Gap, and are ample evi- dence that Geyser and surrounding territory acknowledges no superior as a truck gardner's paradise. • These potatoes are of the Burbank variety, and are solid clear through. A ruta- haga weighing 10 pounds brought in by Mr. Hanson confirms the above statement, while reports of equally abundant crops from Merino, Otter UPPER ARROW CREEK There will be a dance at the James Stronach barn Saturday Nov. 11, every- body invited. C. R. ,Johnson made bvsiness trip to the Chas. Cady ranch Sunday. Sunday, Nov. 12th: I Mr. and Mrs. I,ee Benedict were Cieyser—Sunday school, visitors at I Todd's Sundav evening services, 7:30 p. al. S. J. McAllister went to Great Falls Merino—Sunday school, 10:30 a. m.; Friday returning Sunday with his wife church service, 11:30 a. in. and baby who just left the Columbus ERIE B. SIKES, Minister. hospital. 11 a. V i VERYBODY will know that Geyser has the best i ' Wheat Land that can be obtained! G We want YOU to know that WE can give you the best banking service that can be obtained. Call and see us, become °rig of our customers and learn that we are a \BANK of tSERVICE\ FIRST STATE BANK, GEYSER MONT.