The Winifred Times (Winifred, Mont.) 1913-19??, May 16, 1919, Image 1

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t . • THE WINIFRED TIMES VOL. 7 NO. 8 *4-11#111-11141E*-******titstersli - * * 5** WINIFRED, MONTANA, FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1919. HUNS HOWLING IN EYLECK'S CASH STORE' FEAR OF TREATY Corn • WINIFRED, MONTANA Men's Work Shirts . . 85c to $1.50 Men's No. 220 Denim Overalls, only . . 1.75 Men's Hats from Men's Gordon Hats Canvas Gloves . Children's Hose 4. 40' Ladies' Hose . Men's Work Shoes from . $3.00 to Men's Dress Shoes from . 3.50 to Wolk Shoes, stcck No. 74, is one the best shoes you can possibly buy, for . Men's Work Shoes, stock No. 131 . . $1.25 to 1.75 • • 3.50 .15 .25 • .25 5.00 7.00 4.50 4.75 A Square Dea for Everybody 1#-*******-*-Vik **41-111H11-#141041-11Hilis• A NOUNCEMENT We wish to .announce to our patrons ,. .and fritnds .that our rates on farm 'loans are as reasonable as any con- cern can quote. We are always glad .: to have you give us the opportunity to compa're our service with that of oth.• ! 1 / 4 companies. There are important reasons why you should deal with your home banks. \..' t.)s explain them. . .,- /r• - _ - - 1 1, 1 _ First National Bank WINIFRED, MONTANA -- MEMBER 1,111 FEDERAL RESERV- - SYSTLM„, Have you bought your Victory Loan Bond? etlet--* Notice. Notice is hereby given that unless the, parties claiming and owning fences now constructed across homestead in SW i of sec- tion 35, Township 22 north, Range 17 east, remove the same within 30 days from and after this date, the same will be removed at their expense. Dated this the 17th day of April, 1919. CARL E. KNUTSON. Black Prince. A high grade Percheron stallion 4 , will do the season at Good Water ranch, F miles east of Winifred. Term.- . $5.00; $7.50 and $10.00. 7-4 JAMES W. ZACHARY. Wanted. About forty head of cattle to pasture during the summer. W. L BULLINGTON, Winifred, How' , your subscription. Registered Herefortl We have sonic well marked, heavy boned two year -old Here- ford bulls, papers with every one, priced right. MACE & SEDGWICK, Christ;na, Mont. For Salo or Trains I have two small tractors that I will sell right or trade for cat- tle. J. M. Stafford. The County Assessor's office now has on hand a full supply of applications for Hail Insurance, Claims for Loss, and Copies -of the Law, for the year 1919. Any- one desiring these blanks can have same free of charge by mak- ing request to assessor's office. Applications must be in not later than June 20th, 1919. A. T. MILLER, County Assessor. Col. Sedgwick and Andrew Mace Buy Herefords at Billings Col. L. E. Sedgwick of Chris- tina is the proud owner of three pure blood registered Hereford Cows which he purchased at the Billings cattle sale. Mr. Sedg- wick is to be congratulated on his selections, as the animals are well•marked and are in condition to go in the ring at any stock show in the country. Col. Sedwick states that he and Andrew Mace enjoyed their stay in Billings and that Mr. Mace also was a purchaser of a num- ber of Hereford cows, and that they jointly purchased several registered bulls which they hope to dispose of among the farmers of the north end of the county and thus contribute to the raising of more and better cattle. The Hess Brothers Pur- chase Nice Bunch of Cattle Hilton B. Hess of the Wood - hawk district returned Wednes- day from Lewistown and Grass Range, where he had been on the hunt of cattle to stock his ranch with. He succeeding in securing sixty head of heifers in the vicinity of Grass Range, which he and his brother Everette, who is associated with him in the transaction, will handle on their closely adjoining ranches. - - - An Amortized Loan. One loan, no commission mort- gage. Twenty equal annual payments pays off principal amount and interest. Can prepay at ANY TIME without costs, interest, bonus or commission. No association to join, no paper other than your own to guarantee. Additional loans without extra expense. The loan is never sold. A low average interest of 6 per cent. Under government supervision. The New Loan of the Union Central Life Insurance Company of Cincinnati. HOWARD C. GEE, Local Representative. —A safe place tor valuable papers is a prime necessity. A safety deposit box. costs but $2.00 per year at The First National Bank. ALL GERMAN PARTIES UNITED IN , PROTEST AGAINST \BRU- TAL TERMS\ FOCH READY TO ACT AGAIN Unofficial Advices Say Marshal Has Left for Front, Which Will Be Most Interesting News to Powerless Boches Berlin, May 12.—The protests that came from throughout Germany over the peace terms, as they were report- ed before the official terms became known, are as nothing in comparison with the wave of angry, bitter and dis- appointed remonstripm that is sweep- ing over Germany now that the treaty has been presented. States, munieipnlities, districts, busi- ness men's and women's clubs and the political parties are ',Mug with each other in finding words In which to ex- press scorn and condemnation for the documeet. • For perhaps the first time in history all theAermsin parties are united in opinion, each of them assailing the terms The independent socialist party does not apepar to agree with Its organ, Die Frelheit, that Germany should sign the peace on the terms presented. The newspapers are utter- ly swamped with protests. The so- cialists are urged to this by the Tage- Matt, which says the unfriendly atti- tude tower(' :he treaty taken by the nocia%, , s her countries will not of as..!:1:in,.+. 4.., beettuse they are in ..,mority in thei countries. he government s overwhelm- ed with telegrams. In the critielsm.,, _resident Is only mildly assti4ed since gone to the press front official quarte,••• that he is not to be taken to task. The assertions upon which stress are laid are that the proposed peace lacks all elements of Justice and conforms In no way to the president's 14 points, while indignation Is exoressed over treat characterized as unbearable and as spelling slavery for the Ger- man people. Some of the protestants declare they are outraged by the provisions of the treaty, while others express detip contempt for what they call a \brutal peace of force.\ The expression \a verdict of death\ Is one frequently used. In the meantime Marshal Foch is reported unofficially to have made preparations to return to the front to- day. Versailles, May 12. — Six German delegates left Versailles Saturday night for Berlin. They include the labor lender, Carl Leglen, head of the German trades union confederation. Privy counsellor Eberbach, representa- tive of the ministry of railroads, and Derr Schmidt of the foreign office. The three rank next to the pleni- potentiaries. They undoubtedly are carrying on direct discussions with the German government. Amsterdam, May 12.—Dutch news- paper comment on the peace treaty is generally unfavorable, the Handels- bled calling it \a crime against hu- manity.\ The Nienw Rotterdamsch Courant says: \The treaty does not end the war; It continues it forever.\ The Telegraph, on the other hand. has this comment: \Germany is treated with terrible severity but really did not deserve a bet ter fate.\ Denmark Objects. Copenhagen, May 12.—The peace treaty clause providing for a pleb- iscite in southern Schleswig is caus- ing excitement in Denmark. News- papers declare the population of the district is composed of Germans whom Denmark does not desire, as their presence within the country would lead to a future racial conflict. The political committee of the rigs- dag has telegraphed the Danish min- ister at Paris that the government and the rigsdag insist On the enforce- ment of the people of nationality. ALLIES STOP MARCH OF RUMANIANS ON BUDAPEST Geneva, May 12.—The Rumanian ad- vance toward Budapest has been halt- ed by orders from representatives of the allied and associated powers, ac- cording to the Rumanian bureau at Berne. The message to the Associated Press said: \The American and English govern- ments, through their representative missions in Vienna, have stopped the advance of the Rumanian armies upon Budapest. The reasons are political.\ -The Auto Dray for hauling. PRICE FIVE CENTS Cows! Cream! Our Farm Loan Service. LET US MAKE YOU A FARM LOAN. Our rates are as low as is consistent with a Feasonable profit. The rate we quote includes our profit. We make no charge for the examination of the land. You can pay it off in two years if you want to. We help you while your title is being perfected, and we expect to help you after. Our interests are mutual. Call and see us, compare our rates, consider the ser- vice we give, and then do business where you can get the most for your money. Corn! Cows! Cream! First State Bank I OF WINIFRED 41E-****11#4H1H14 *11-11111-10-“HIHIHItilt***-# * ***it *-***-1H0-44HIHIHM4sesse Commercial Club Entertainment May 23 The Winifred Commercial club will entertain on Friday evening, May V. 1919, in Polzean hall. Everything free. We want every home represented. '11,o sehool children of Winifred will 2...Ais!, beginning at 8:30, with the t(, 1 - lowing PROGRAM: S-flig:. **Sleeping Poppies. - - Sweet P Ladies . ' l'ri mary Gm Play—\Waiting for the Train\ ..... Intermediate Boys and G; Folk Dance imam. C Dramatization—\Thr 11, .o,\. l'Hinary Grades Crowning the May Queen Intermediate Grades Wheel of Destiny Primary and Intermediate Grades Some selections between acts. A special speaker will be pro- vided, and of course there will be a dance to finish off the evening. Winifred School Exhibit and Entertainment. In addition to the entertain- ment given by the primary and intermediate teachers Friday evening, May 23, there will also be an exhibition of school work at the school house Wednesday and Thursday afternoons, May 21 and 22, beginning at 2 o'clock each cay. Friday afternoon, May 23, at the school house also, the gram- mar department will give a short program and have a spelling con- test. All parents and friends inter- ested in school work are very cordially invited and urged to come to Princi se nd every event. ters hope to ded. MS Red ‘`. ref s: Berth Fulle a mer, Naurene Perciva , Ola Adams, Mrs. Dell Smit1'., Velma Hendrickson, Lena Percival, Miss Susan Powel, Dorothy Kane, Roy Trowbridge, Gladys Yost, Ruth Nerborvig, Doris Trowbridge. Notice. The Child's Welfare Registra- tion is continued until May 25th. (Children from 3 months to 6 years). —The Auto Dray will do your work promptly and efficiently. See Geo. Halverson. ..Staffords„. Seeds! Seeds! CORN Minnesota 13 Northwestern Dent Gehu North Dakota White Flint Elephant Fodder Timothy Sweet Clover Russian Sunflower ..Staffords.. •

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