Geyser Judith Basin Times (Geyser, Mont.) 1911-1920, July 14, 1916, Image 4

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CRYSEIZ JUDITH BASIN TIMES A GEYSER JUDITH BASIN TIMES Published ever'y Friday at Geyser, Mont. W. R. Henderson, Publisher Entered as second-class matter Marcn 25, 1911,awhe poitoffice at Geyser, Montana, under the act of Mar e% 3, 1879. Salaari'ties: $2.00 per year is admire. CATTLE AT STATE FAIR With a large number inquiries re grading space reservations ahead). re- ceived by the Secretary of the Mon- tana State Fair, which will be held at Helena September 25-3o. the cattle show at the fair this year promises to be the best both in !mint of entries and quality of exhibits that has :,et been seen in the state. Last year created a mw record up to that time, there being 559 animals shown. This par. however 114 spite of THE HIM the fact that the fair is still two and An old western saying is, that - a a bah- muntha distant, wally in- deed Indian is a good Indian,\ but an quiries have been made that the man - Oklahoma editor tells of one who eame agemnit ',leering to add two -2,rn into his office that didn't hold a very high opinion of the craft and didn't. want to take any ehanees when he was called to the happy hunting grounds. The Indian came in to subscribe and the paper relates the incident as fol- lows: The editor took the money; the In-' than wanted a receipt. The editor tried to talk him out of it, but the Indian insisted on getting a receipt. Aft -r making it out the editor wanted to know why he was so persistent about wanting a receipt. The Indian said: 'Me die some day. Go to big gate and .St. Peter ask if I been good Indian. I say yes. He say did you pay editor for paper? I say ye,.. He say whet. is rec< ipt I no have it. I have to run all over hell to find you and get receipt. C. H. DIETSCH General Repairing WSW Large Shipment of Ford Repairs .Auto and Engine Repairing fo o t hums .4 411 stalls earli iii urtlei to 11.08•M ((((( late the expiited entries. Last year the fear of foot and mouth disease kept away many entries, but now that the country is entirely free of the disease it is expected that many additional breeders will show. 'Fire purchase by Montana breeders in the past year of many valimble herds is also counted on to create a keener ri- valry for the coveted prizes and blue ribbons than luta ever been the ea..' before. While Montana has made rapid strides in the dairy industry and the breeding of choice dairy cattle in the past fen years. the ,itate is taking no ba.1: want steps in the produetioo of teat' tattle. and the Montana breeders w,!, easily hold li, IF ..W11 III 1.0111petit 1011 with the entire world. 1' lit' state tali - this year, it is now certain. will dem 1 oustrate the high rank taken by Mull taint ill the prodlIctioli of tine cal t: , - both in the beet and daily lae,•;1- RECIPE FOR GRAY HAIR. To half pint of water add I la. Its) Bum, a small box of Start', Conipmand. and 4; oz. of glycerine. Apply to the hair twit e a week until It becouies the des red shade. Any druggist can put this up or you can mix it at home at very little cost Full directions for making and use t'. In each box of 13artio Compound. It will gradually darken streaked, faded gray hair. and removes dandruff. It is excel- lent for falling hair and will make harsh hair soft and glossy. It will not color the scalp. is not aticky or greasy, and does not rub off. ATTENTION Lard, in pails or bull: 15c lb. Fancy lean bacon 22c lb. Home cured salt pork 18c lb. Genuine German home made summer sausage 30c1b. GEYSER MEAT CO. Get in Touch With Us Buy the Best Mower. --Deering I N those years when your hay fields and meadows are in the worst shape for cutting—very heavy stand perhaps, lodged and tangled every way—then you will have reason for being glad your mower is a Deering. You will find ball and roller bearings wherever fric- tion or draft could be reduc4. Then, the extremely flexible cutter bar means smooth cutting on rough ground, or on hillsides and knolls. It leaves a close stubble without clogging the inner shoe. The draft is parallel with the tongue. Your tilting lever quadrant gives you an unusual number of cutting angles. Width between wheels prevents side draft. ;The Deering New Ideai Mower is the sturdiest and most durable made. It will last through many haying seasons. Come in and see how well it is built. LOVE LINKED WITH DEATH. Where Women Propose and if ROM. ed Must Kill Themselves. In the Pacific ocean. between FIJI, New Guinea, New Caledonia and the continent of Australia, lies the Melane- sian group of Maude, where head hunt- ers and cannibals abound. Strange and grewsome as are many of the cus- toms of the tribes, there are s.sme that Ire most romantic. For iustarce, on the Island of Tucopla the women pro. pose marriage instead of the men. When a girl of Tucopla sees a man whom she thinks she would like to have for her husband she does not rush up to him and ask him to marry her. On the contrary, she gives the subject deep thought and often the man a most careful investigation be- fore she \pops the question.\ The rea- son 111 that his answer spells life or death to her. It is a tribal law that any woman who has been refused must forthwith kill herself. Therefore a woman asks a man's hand only v.hen she feels sure that his answer will be the hap- py one. Many are the strange and seemingly Inexplicable questions with which the women of Tucopla ply the stranger who cannot realize the personal mo- tive back of the solicitude of the dusky belles who inquire if he is married or not and the state of his wife's health. Romances are consequently very apt to turn out in happy marriage. But there have been innumerable lit' stances when it poor girl, smitten by the newcomer's charms, has been com- pelled to kill herself because the man with whom she has fallen in love bag had to refuse to marry her. Baldness with the women of Tucopla is a sign of beauty, and never until she is bald does a Tucopla woman be- come fully convinced that she is really lovely. But, bald or not, she takes great care whom she usks to marry her, for the tribal law has never been known to fall. If a rejected woman does not kill herself she is executed under the most dishonorable conditions by the leaders of the trlbe.—Buffalu News. ESSENTIALS OF PITCHING. - — First Come. Control, Then Knowledge of a Batter's Weakness. \Control is the thing.\ any all the great pitchers, and all the great pitch- ers agree that a study of the batsman is next in importauce. There are cer- lain batters who can punish certain kinds of balls, while against a differ- ent style of pitching they ure corre- spondingly weak. If a batter likes a fast ball lit the waist line it becomes the duty of the wise pitcher never to give him a ball to his liking. Perhaps 4 tie Is weak on a curve ball at the inwe on the outside. The foxy {atelier • ; makes a specialty of offering him the! kind of delivery in aimed:owe. In tie- s ,•Iding what is best to pitch to the vs- : 110;14 batters a brainy catcher is of . wonderful assistance. Thee, too, the pitcher must study • situations. When be divines that a 4 sacrifice Is the play it is usually the • • beat plan to keep the ball high. Such • a ball is harder to meet squarely. • while it its nlmost rmpoeelble to give It • definite direction. On a low ball the • • skillful bunter enn usually place It to- * wa d first or third, as is desired. For • . batters who have n .1endency to pull away pitchers usually keep the ball on • the ()Weide, mostly depending on the •. curve. Sedom do batters who pull • , meet such brills squarely. As a rule • Ihey hit east balls on the Inside hard 'Flu- batter who hugs the plate closely • ind steps Into the ball Is bothered more Icy a fast ball on the inside. as It has e it tendency to make him meet the ball on the handle, thereby toeing most of the force he puts into the swing. The pitcher must also take into coo sideratIon the position of his Infield and need know who is covering tbe brew on a throw. so that he may pitcb to aid his intleiders.—BIlly Evans in St. Nicholas. Full Line of Repairs Geyser Implement Co. New York's First Ferry. Cornelius Dircksen was the first offi- cial ferryman on the Island of Manliat. tan. The mooring place on the Man- hattan aide was about where Water street crosses the present Peck slip. He started the system In 1637. Pas eengers wbo wanted to be rowed over blew a horn for the skipper if he eleineed to be absent when they arrlv ed. From Dirckseti'm skiff grew the ferry system of the city. No Chance. \Your digestive epparrithe Is all out of kilter,\ said the doctor after ex- amining itie ;ettlent. \The best advice I can glee you Is to iliac -barge your cook and get a new one.\ ''It can't be done, Doc.\ answered the patient sadly. \I'm niarded to her.\—Pittsburgh Dispatch. She Was Ready. Former Mistress — I would like to elve you a good reeommendation. De- lia, but my conscience eompels me to Time certificates of state that you never got the meals on (liTaail 'km on er time. I wonder how I can put Hint In f ter 3 0 d'a ys . 16,369.06 1 1 • The Hot Weather Will Last You owe it to yourself to keep cool and comfortable I in our summer wearing apparel. A full line of up-to-date summer dress goods. 1 Order Your Summer Suit Now. A full line of STRAW HATS for Men, Women und Children. FRUITS Cantilopes, Oranges, Lemons, Cherries, Bananas, Strawberries, Tomatoes, Lettuce, Onions, Gape Fruit, Cabbage, Cucumbers. Come to market in time. COUGHLIN BROS. & CO. \The Store of Quality.\ #**#####-..-..-4-41..-.-4-4.4-*-4-•-•••;•-•-••••-•-111-40-41-•-•-•••.÷.•-•-•-•-•÷40-.40.-0.•-•-•-• • $55 on Piano A customer in your neighbor - h000 to whom we sold a piano, has met with reverses, and has ‘sked us to take it back. $55.00 has been paid on it, and this amount will credited to you should you wish to pur- chase on easy terms a piano that can't be told from new. The piano is absolutely guaranteed by its and the manufacturers. A. P. Curtin Music House STEINWAY DEALERS Oldest and largest music house in Montana Great Falls, Helena, Billings A. Y. CURTIN Music House Great Falls, Montana Without obligation on my part send me prices, terms and description of above piano. Name Address - Report of the ('ondition of the . FIRST STATE BA.N1C. at Geyser, in the S'•nte of Montana, at the dose of tnisiriess Anne 30, 1916. RESOURCH.,9 1 ) Loans and Dis- i•ounts $93,592.54 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured .. 168.05 $ ! 0,760.59 Banking House. Fur niture and fixtures 8.421.00 Cash Reserve: lead Coin Silver Coin Currency Due from Approv- ed Reserve agents 17,310.83 Due from other Banks ... Other cash items TOTAL 200.00 638.37 1,465.00 Individual Deposits subject to cheek 65,2 , ;5.85 Time certificates of deposit due within 344 days t 3. 4 4 0 . 41 Insider's cheeks 481.90 certified checks ., 175.00 8,421.00 19.614.20 S3.89 its i:14 $1 . 22,6S0.02 LIABILITIES Capital steck paid in 4:2:1,00.1.0(i Surplus lund .. • 7- 5 ( 1 00 4 •ndivided profits less expenses aml taxes paid 2.677.80 --____-- 8135,177.80 n nice sort of way? Della—Yez 'might 11st fin)' Ilott 01 got the meals the same way Its III got !MS.—Puck. 71.133,11) that the Orme stat.arrent is t rue tit t h e \Ile has the soul of nu artist and the hest of my knov, ledge a ii.1 be ', lief ' perseverance of a book agent.\—Phlla- delphia Ledger. -- Woman's Tact. Her. Mr flassine.ton—Honeetly. Mina freerine. .1,, yon think my sertnons are 16.369.46 l'OTAL , $122.680.(h2 , st ate of Montana, Coil/11y Citscaile, vs His Qualities. l• L. E. Youligerie s trier of tue “What Pnorber will shove named WO,. do ... o h., 11111y ,.•%%••:lf flnIfiterr L. E. 1 . 01'NI.I.REN. StilHeribet1 sad sUurll to 44401, 5 l ue, this lath day of Julv. 1916. . Joiix It. AlITZT Notary Public in and for the St It ( ' of Moot tuna. residing at Oeyser. a I F eonimission expires June tt, 1918. I u) long? xits• Inwritiz - Oh. dear. no t or reel - Attest : merely think flint life Is too Klima.— .1. I.. NIEARS. Puck. Wfli. Is1.14N.ttillAN, ; Dire:dors Farm Loans Low Rates—No Delays REAL ESTATE INSURANCE investor's Mortgage Loan Company A. BOUCHER, Mgr. 808 lit Nat'l Bldg. Great Falls NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Depart mead. of the Interior. U. S. Land 011icis at Great F,tlhs, :11..ntana. duly 5, 1916. Notice hereby given that LIZZIE M. CADY - of Geyser, NIontaini, who. on \i mu' 26. 1913, made Desert Land Entry Serial No. 031093, for NEV.S1: 1 / 4 . Seidner' I. Township 18 -north, Range 9 -east, Montana Mertirlian. lifts filed notice of intention to _Make Final proof to es- tablish claim to the land above ile• aeribed, before It, 11. liemi•, U. S. Com- missioner, At his office, at Belt. Mon- tana, on the 14th day of August, 1916. Claimant narnas as witnesses: Floyd D. Graham, Harry Chambers lain, Oliver Buckner and James Rerun - Oran. Stand by your president and be hap Life in Washington is getting to be just one note after another. . It takes all kinds of people to make a world, including the ones who think they can beat a slot machine. Ail Information from the LAND OFFICE d Plats Furnished Promptly HERE are enough uncertainties about trading in lands without guessing at the title. Be on the safe side —demand an Abstract of Title. The tubbard Abstract Company Great Falls, - Montana. NOT1CF: FOR PUBLICATION Departirwid of the Interior, U. all of fleyser. Montana. Land Office at Great Falls, Montana R. aL , Stitherlin. Register. 16.1916 . Fine Publicat'ani July 71.h. 1916. / s Notice is hereby giveir that THE GEYSER TIMES Can Handle Your Job Work SUSIE KROUS of Stanford, Fergus County, Montana. who on January 24th, 1913, made Homestead Entry Serial No. 030298, for SI4SE 1 / 4 , SEV.SW 1 / 4 , Section 24, NW 1 / 4 SE 1 / 4 . Section 24, Tp. 16 -north, hg. 9 -east, Montana Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make final three- year proof to establish claim to the land above described, before R. H. Bemis U. S. Commiasioner, at his office at Belt, Montana. on the 25th day of July, 1916. Claitnant names as witnesses: Ed (1aa, of Geyser. Montana. Richard Ater, .lack II. Skelton and Albert Skelton. all of Stanford, Montana. R. N. Stahel - 1in, Register. • First Publieation June 23, 1916. nus Pet Tutu 4 WE AIM TO PLEASE And you will he satisfied if you wake us your shipments of CREAM AND POULTRY BUTTER FAT, PER POUND f. o. b. Great Falls CORRECT TESTS IMMEDIATE PAYMENT Highest Prices Paid for Poultry Do not forget to tag your next shipment to GREAT FALLS DAIRY PRODUCTS CO. 16C MADE IN MONTANA BY AN INDEPENDENT MILLING COMPANY The best Flour at the Lowest puce. Each sack glinianteed. We are in no trust or combine. WIlte for low quantity prices tode.y. POTTER—COLLINS MILLING CO, Great Falls, Montana. • • • • INDIAN TOLD ir - rt

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