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at Ballinasloe did +-o by thii alnlnotncelment :
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N OTICE OF FINAL EN'IRY.
Land ffilce at Ilelena, M. T
November 13, 1884.
Notice is hereby given that the following named
settler has filed notice of intention to make tinal
prool' in support of his claim anit tlhat said prooi
will be nmade before L. Rotwitt, dleputy clerk 3c1
Judicial District Court ofMontana Territory in and
for Meagher county, sat White Sulphur Strings,
on Thursday December 18. 1884, viz: David P
Hichardson, who made S. and S Homestcad ap
plica ion No. 65 or the s e 3 s e s sec. 23 sw X
sw% sec. 24nw n w .sec. 25, and n e ne
M see. 26 tp. 9 n r 6 e. He nanmes the following
witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon
and .ultivation of said land, viz: John C. Tip
ton, Philip Miller, William Darby and Jasper
M. IIanson, all of White Sulphur Springs, Men
gher county, M. T.
1 F. AtDKINSON, Register.
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Stock boarded by the week or month. Tran
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In Esery Variety, and s. good as can be
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A Reliable Crossing.
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Send for our new Descriptive Catalogue of old
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Good Stock and Wagons and good accommoda
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Fare from Martinsdale to Big Timber $8; relght
,-and express 2 cents per pound. This is the a.lort
!est and best route from White ulphur Springs,
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Proprietor TRAIN'S GALLERY,
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Is prel:ared to do etter work than ever. Call and
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IDRS. JA4RKIN a IItIURNEtTT,
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JTOT'ICE OF FINAL ENTRY.
Land Office at Helena, Montana,
Dec, mber 1, 1884.
Notice is hereby given lhat the following named
settler hsb plied notice of his intention to make 11i
nal proof in rupport of his claim and that said
pro, f will be made before L. Rotwitt deputy clerk
1d Judicial District court. lontana lerritory, in
and for Meagher county at White Sulphu Springs
on Saturday, January 10, 1885. viz: John
Moore, who made Homested application No. 1148
for the w 3 n e ( the n e 3 n w# section 24, and
se a w bec. 18 tp. 12, nr 4 e He names the
following witnesses to prove his continuous reli
dence upon and cultlvati n of said land. viz:
John O. Hussey, Samuel M Allebaugh and An
drew Holland, of White Sulphur Springs, and A.
Joseph Stephens, of Fort Logan. all of Meagher
county, M. T.
4 F. ADKINSON, Register.
THE DINGEE & CONARD CO'S
Our Great peclnlty igsrona and distribating
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6 spleadid Varieties +,r, ". .r all labeled, for
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• egetaole and Flower SEEDS, B.$S eta.
Escaped on Qctober 9, 1884, from the county
ail at White Sulphur Sprofng Meagher county.
oseph W Hanna, under illndictment for mrder;
. George Outhwait, indlet~d for embeszlement.
* p0 willt be paid by the under for their ar
eset and seturn and lw 00 for the ideti cation and
arrest of the party or parties who assisted their es
ByEscod order of the Bo,rd of Commisioners.
9 Lanna, ROTWITT, Cle r;k.
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Paints, Oils, Glass,
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Dip, Moore's Sulphur Dip, Aus
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We carry by far the largest stock in our
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Fe #d the Hungry, RHest the
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Everything shipped dilect from the East, and
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13.Callt and be satisiled.
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Canton, Montana. 24
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And done with Promptness and Dispatch
1831 CULTIVATOR 1885
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NOTICE OF FINAL ENTRY.
Land Office at Helena, M. T.,
Dlecember 13, 1884. S
Noti e il hereby gives that the following named
settler has filed notice of his intention to make
final proof in suppsrt of his claim and that said
proof will be made before L. totwitt, Deputy
Clerk of th e3rd Judicial l)istr'ct (ourt, Mont na
Territory, in and Ior Meagher county, at White
Sulphur Springs, on Thursday December 18. 1884,
viz: Thomas L. Linton, who made D. 8. No.
6189 tor the sa neM3sec 28tp. 9nrle He
Sames the following witnesses to prole his con
tinuous residence upon and cultivation of said
land, viz: GeorgeL. Grayson, Fred H. Marr,
and Jes-e A. Wiltese, of White Sulphur Springs,
and Henry Landes, of Martinsdale, all of Meagher
county, M. T.
1 F. ADKINSON, Register.
To Whom it May Concern.
This is to certify that the Cone Butte and Moo
casin round-up passed a resolution at its spring
meeting, that in consequence of their range being
already overstocked, they would not brand or
round-up with any new comers on their range.
28 H. P. BROOKS, President.
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