Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'Fergus County argus. (Lewistown, Mont.) 1886-1946, July 01, 1903, Page 9, Image 9',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: Montana Historical Society; Helena, MT
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
FERGUSCOUNTS ARGUS. JULY 1, 1903.
Mobetter ehoea made for the money.
TheNew York Store
liBWISTOWXT, : MONTANA
NewKing of Servia Enthusiastically^Greeted by All Classes Upon En^^trance to Capital City.
FOREIGNDIPLOMATS ARE SILENT
Onlythe Russian and Austrian Minis^^ter* Participated in the Recep^^tion Ceremonies.
ForSmut In Wheat and Oata.
Thisnew Chemical is fast superceding Blue Stone as a pre^^ventive of Smut in wheat and oats. It gives better results.^It saves time and labor. It is much cheaper. For sale by
***********1111 wmw ******** *****
RoughLumber, Barbed Wire and j^General Merchandise,
Canreceive filings, yearly and final proofs on land ;^as U. S. Commissioner. Notary Public.
PUBLICTELEPHONE IN STORE
iii n in m^n mi 11ii mm iiiiiiinin
DARKHORSE LIVERY FEED STABLE
0.H. DAY, Proprietor.
NewRigs, Fresh Horses and Im^^proved Accommodations.
PublicAuction will be held at^he DARK HORSE STABLE on two Satur^^days in every month.
S.^. BAUflAN, Pres.
F.C. PRESTON, Vice Pres.
OSCARDRAPER Se c
R^/trFALLS . //
TenthYear. Fall Term Opens Sept. L
Schoolof Bookkeeping, Shorthand, and Typewriting, Englibh Department, Penmanship^Business Practice, Correspondence, Business Arrthmetic, German. Musical (Instruction-^Piano, String and Hand Instruments. New pupils may enter anytime. Instruction private^and class. Kor further Information, write, or send for catalogue. School all year.
SpruceLined, Cold, Pure,^Dry Air,Mo Odor,Mo Mould,^Mo Microbes, Mo Zlno Lin^^ing to Corrode
Readwhat Dr. Cyrus Edson, M. D.,^Sanitary Superintendent of the New York^Board of Health, says u\m\ the subject i^^There is a marked increase in the num-^her of deaths mining children, causrd^from putrefaction of milk and other foods^so frequently kept in a zinc-lined refrig^^erator, where it is damp and mouldy and^full of microbes. Parents should respect^hygienic truth tor the baby's sake and use^the sanitary, dry, cold. DON air Refriger-^ator. THE HERRICK,
Belgrade.June 24.^King Peter ar^rived here today and was fretted with I^great enthusiasm. The ministers, gov- ^^ernment officials, Judges, municipal^and military authorities and loading^citizens wore assembled on the plat^^form of the railroad station, which^was profusely decorated.
Theonly foreign representatives^who participated .n the reception^wi re the Russian minister, M. Tsch-^arkikoff, anil the Austrian minister,^Herr Dumba, with the members of^their respective legations. A guard^of honor with a band, saluted as King^Peter descended from his car and^greeted the cabinet ministers.
Thepremier, M. Avakumovics, in-;^traduced M. Tscharklkoff to the king^and the Russian minister presented!^the Austrian minister. Thus the Aus- ]^trian minister had intercourse with j^the provisional government with which i^thus far he had no relation.
Aprocession was then formed and^the king proceeded to the cathedral.^The streets were lined with troops^and crowded with people who had^been pouring into Belgrade from the^provinces during the last day or two.
KingPeter drove in state to the^new palace. Although the king's en^^try into Belgrade was distinguished^by a diplomatic boycott, his reception^by the people was everywhere marked^by heartiness which approached gen^^uine enthusiasm, in which all classes^participated.
Theofficials were in uniform and^wore all their decorations. Workmen^were engaged all night long in finish^^ing the erection of Venetian masts and^triumphal arches and some of the^later were only completed as the fir^^ing of guns announced King Peter's^entry into his realm when the train^traversed the bridge connecting Ser^^via with Austria.
PeopleAre Awakened.^The king's arrival has awakened the^people out of the attitude of defense^which they had assumed since the as^^sassination of King Alexander and^Queen Draga. From the moment King^Peter left the train his progress was^followed by prolonged cheers and^shouts of ^Ixing Live Peter the First.
Thepremier made a speech before^the king's departure from the railroad^station welcoming him. The king in^reply expressed his appreciation of^his election to the throne. The king^then exchanged greeting with the cab^^inet officers, including Colonel Mas-^chin, minister of public works, who^took a leading part in the assinations,^and exchanged compliments with the^Austrian and Russian ministers.
Duringthe ceremony at the cathe;^dral, the metropolitan delivered a^short address and prayed God to nelp^the Servian people.
Onleaving the cathedral King Peter^was again welcomed with shouts of^^Long live the king.
Afterhis arrival at the new palace^the king received an address of wel^^come from the skuptschtina.
Procedsin State.^In the procession to the cathedral^the king occupied a state coach. Along^the entire route were deputations from^various Servian towns and bodies of^students. The occupants of the win^^dows and balconies threw bouquets^at the king's carriage. The number^of peasants in the streets was remark^^able. Many of them came from dis^^tant provinces.
Theceremony at the cathedral last^^ed half an hour. The building was^crowded. Just previous to the arriv^^al 01 the king the doors of the high^altar were closed and not a single^priest was visible. Suddenly from out^^side the cathedral came the sound of^cheering, signaling the approach of^the king. The doors of the high altar^were then opened and a procession of^gorgeously robed priests and members^of the choir emerged, preceded by In^^cense bearers and followed by the^venerable metropolitan In brllllan ap^^parel. The procession halted at the^main entrance of the cathedral, where^the soldiers greeted the king with^loud cheers.
enceaamong the townspeople, the re^^sult being that the president was ac^^corded a double reception.
TheOyster Bay board of trade,^headed by J- Morgan Orlffln, had^planned an elaborate demonstration^and Mayor Townsend had arranged^another. Both were carried out ac^^cording to the program, but as both^were directed to the same end. friend^^ly rivalry between the factions result^^ed only In adding to the enthusiasm^of the reception. President Roosevelt^and his party were met at Long Is-^lanu City by a commltee and escorted^home on a special train.
Undersmiling skies the president^stepped from his car at 3:45, and^while cannon boomed out its weleoao^and people cheered, he was escorted^by a waiting committee to the town^hall. He went to the town hall^through lines of school children., ae h^waving a tiny American flag. Ilusiness^was suspended and the town irai deo-^orated with flags and lines oi Ameri-^'^an flags hung acroBS the thorough^^fares.
Arrivingat the hall President R ..^velt unvelleu a war trophy sun pre^^sented to the people of Oyster Hay^by the navy department. Tin n stand^^ing on a chair placed on the st^ pa,^leading to the hall, he delivered a^brief address to the crowd of his^friends and neighbors massed in front^of the building.
Whilehe was holding an Informal^reception in the hall, the school chil^^dren were drawn up In front of the^building and under the leadership if^the bands sang an or.ginal song of^welcome to the president.
Attractedby the singing, the presi^^dent appeared on the steps and to the^delight of the children requested^them to repeat the song. It was re^^peated with vim. a great crowd of the^children's elders joining in the cho^^rus. Mr. Roosevelt stood in the en^^trance to the hall, the president and^his family entered carriages, under es^^cort of the committees, and drove to^their homes at Sagamore hill.
A.R. Brass, of Morgantown, Ind.,^had to get up ten or twelve times in^the night, and had a severe backache^and pains in the kidneys. Was cured^by Foley's Kidney Cure. Sold by Mc^^Kechnie ^ Allan.
CANYOU BEAT IT
ABelt Fisherman Says He Caught^a Three Pound Trout.
Oneof the largest trout caught In^Belt creek in recent years was on ex^^hibition for several hours last even^^ing In one of the windows of Ward's^cigar store and attracted much atfen^tion. The big fish was caught by^Augie Egloff of this city during the^afternoon, in Belt creek, directly op^posite the Dodd house at I/igglng^creek.
Egloff,Alex. Wright and James W^Perkins were in the party. They had^fished about three miles up Pilgrim^creek, without much success, the wind^being too high, and had decided to^quit for the day. when they returned^to Belt creek. Pointing to a pool In^Belt, Wright said, ^There's a hole^where we, used to get some big ones,^and Egloff made a cast and in a few^seconds had hooked a three-pounder,^which was soon landed. It was the^last fish that any of the party eaugh'^during the day. They got about M^apiece, but nearly all were small.
WhenOther Medicines Have Failed
TakeFoley's Kidney Cure. It has^cured when everything else has dis^^appointed. Sold by McKechnie ^ Al^^lan.
EighteenThousand Communicants of^That Faith Gather in Boston.
Boston,June 27.^Christian Scien^^tists from far anil near poured into^lloston by regular and special trains^today to attend the annual commun^^ion service of the mother church to^^morrow. About IK.noil communicants^will a'K'nd the services. Today a^body known as the ^executive mem^^bers^ met and sent a message to Mrs.^Mary Baker Eddy, who is at her home^in Concord, N. H., which read in part:
Wei ^ aft 'inn our confidence In your^ministry, which is leading the human^race in the way of Christ Jesus out^of the wilderness of non-science, which^has resulted In the worship of gods^many to the worship of the one and^only God In spirit and truth. We con^^gratulate you and all your adherents^on the wonderful growth of the Chris^^tian Science movement under your^wise and benign guidance, a growth^without parallel in the history of re^^ligion. In corroboration of our affirm^^ation that Christian Science is the re^^ligion of our Master, we point to the^many thousands of our fellowmen who^have been redeemed from the bondage^of sin and sickness.
ALIASSUMMONS^In the District
Courtof the Tenth Judicial District
ofthe State of Montana, in and for
theCounty of Fergus.
Thestate of Montana sends greet^^ing to the above named defendant.
StrombergMulllns Co., a corpora^^tion, plaintiff, vs. S. Bryant, defend^^ant.^Alias Summons.
Thestate of Montana sends greet^^ing to the above-named defendant:
tonare hereby summoned to an^^swer the complaint in this action,^which Is filed in the office of the Clerk^of this Court, a copy of which Is here^^with served upon you In the county^wherein you reside, and to file your^answer and eerve a copy thereof upon^the plaintiff's attorney within twenty^days after the service of this sum^^mons, exclusive of the day of service,^and In case of your failure to appear^and answer, judgment will lie taken^against you, by default, for the relief^demanded in this complaint.
Thesaid action is brought to recov^^er judgment against you, the said de^fendant. and in tavor of the plaintiff,^for the sum of *4:i^.*.s^'. a balance due^plaintiff ffOfJ rod, the said defend^^ant, for goods, wares and merchan^^dise sold and delivered to you. the^said defendant, by plaintiff at defend'^ant's request, at U^'t. Montana be^tween January 1st. INI, and JtUM^loth, IMf, as will more fully appear^by the complaint on lie herein, to^which reference is hereby made for^further particulars and for costs of^suit.
Witnessmy hand and the seal of^said court .this Mtk day of June. 1101,^EDM I ND WRIGHT.^(Seal) Clerk.^S. W. Pennock,^Attorney for Plaintiff.
Firstpublication July L
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
PATENT.Mineral Application No.^95, United States i.and Office, Lew
Istown,Mont.. July I, IMt.^Notice is hereby given that George^J. Bach, wnose postoffice address is^Lewistown. Fergus county. Montana,^for and in behalf of Charles F. Lit^^tle, owner, has this clay filed an ap^pliation for patent for 15^Hi linear feet^of the Big Chicago lode or vein, be^^ing 75u feet in a northwesterly dire- -^tion and 750 feet In a southeasterly^direction, measured along the course^of the vein from the center of the^discovery shaft, bearing gold, with^surface ground claimed as COO feet^in width on the northwesterly end^and gradually decreasing In width^from the said northwesterly end line^to the southeasterly end line of said^lode, at which said southeasterly end^line the width of said lode Is fttS.ll^feet, situated In Cone Butte (unor^^ganized) mining district, Fergus coun^^ty, state of Montana, designated by^the official plat and Held notes on file^In this office as Survey No. 0878, In^tp 17 n. r H e, of Montana Meridian,^said Survey No. C878 being described^as follows, towlt:
Beginningat corner No. 1, from^which the V4 section corner between^sections M and 27, tp 17 n, r M e.^bears south 7^i degrees 4 minutes^east, ft.fM.1 feet; thence south it^grees ^'.- minutes west, l4l.ll tool to^corner No. 2; thence north H de^^grees II minutes west. 1.48^i.U feet^to corner No. 3; thence north |s^^grees os minutes cast. NO feet, to cor^^ner No. 4; thence south 41 degrees^in minutes east, 1,52*!.55 feet, to the^place of beginning, containing a total^area of 1141 acres, with magnetic-^variation on all courses II degrees^3m minutes east.
Thenotice of location of said Big^Chicago lode c laim Is recorded In the^Office of the Recorder of Feigns coun^^ty. Montana, In book No. I of Le4e^Locations, at pages 2d and 20;.
Adjoiningclaims: On Ike north,^the Morning lode, unsiirveycd, Robert^McKec, claimant: on the east, the^Morning Sun lode, unsin veyed. Robert^IfcKee, claimant; on the south. Chi^ a^go Extension lode, unsurveyed. C. A.^Case, claimant; en the west side, un^^occupied public land.
Anyand all persons claiming ad^^versely any portion of the mining^ground, vein, lode or premises so de^^scribed, surveyed, plaited and applied^for are required to file their adverse^claims with the Register of th^- Unit-^ed Slates land office, at l/cwlstown,^in the state of Montana, during the^sixty days period of publication here^^of, or they will he forever barred by^virtue of the provisions of the statute^In such case made and provided.
EDWARDURASSEY, Register.^Blackford ^ Blackford,
Firstpublication July 1.
DESERT LAND, FINAL PROOF
Noticefor publication, Department^of the Interior, U. S. Land Office,^Lewistown, Mont., June .'J, 1903.^Notice Is hereby given that^NEIL McLEAN.^of Highfleld. Mont., has filed notice^of intention to make proof on his des^^ert land claim No. 1029, for lot 4, se^4^swVi, sec 31, tp 12 n. r 21 e. Mont. P.^M., before the register and receiver^at Lewistown, Mont., on Tuesday, the^4th day of August, 1903.
Henames the following witnesses^to prove the complete Irrigation and^reclamation of said land:
AlbertBroad, of Lewistown; Angus^Cameron, Alexander Mi-Milan. Arch^^ie McLean, of Pine Grove, Mont.^EDWARD BRASSKY. Register.^First publication July 1.
Foley'sKidney Cure purifies the^blood by straining out Impurities and^tones up the whole system. Cures^kidney and bladder troubles. Sold by^McKechnie ^ Allan.
OysterBay Turned Out En Masse to^Greet Distinguished Neighbor.
OysterBay. L. I. June 28 - Presi^^dent Roosevelt's home-coming for the^summer was the oc casion for a fete^here. His reception was notable for^its enthusiastic cordiality and like^^wise for its vigor. The latter quality^was due to the slight factional differ-
DESERT LAND, FINAL PROOF
Noticefor publication, Department^of the Interior, U. 8. Land Office,^lewistown, Mont, June 27, 1903.^Notice Is hereby given that^FRANS ARON MAGNU80N.^[of Fergus county, Mont., has field no^tlce of Intention to make proof on his^desert land claim No. 1143, for the^IM acres unsurveyed land situated at^head of I'lke creek, supposed to be in^tp 13 n, r 24 e, Mont. P. M., before the^register and receiver at lewistown^Mont., on Saturday, the 8th day of^August. IMt,
Henames the following witnesses^to prove the complete Irrigation and^reclamation of said land:
FredLindstrand. William H. Carl.^John Peterson. Frank A. PotefBOn, all^of Flatwlllow. Mont.
EDWARDBRASSEY, Register.^First publication July 1.
J.H. St. Clair,
MetalRoofs^^ Furnaces^V Heating Plants )V
PromptAttention Given All Repairing
KrugerShop, ... Fifth Avenue,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION l Iso^^lated Tract i Public Land Sale
U.s. Load office, Lewtetowa,^Mont.
Noticeis hereby given, that In pur^^suance ed' instructions from the Com^^missioner of the QsjsjoroJ I^and Office,^under authority vested in him by s.-c^tion 24.^., V. S. Revised Statut.-s. as^amended by the act of congress ap^^proved Felii uary M, IMC, wo will pro^^ceed to offer at public salo on the^lMh day ed July. IMt, at 2 o'clock^p. m.. at this office, the following^tracts of land, to-wit:
Sel tie1,, sec 23, ip 13 n, r K^ e,^Mont. P. M.
Anyand all persons claiming ad^^versely the above described lands^are advised to file their c laims in this^office on or before the day above^designated for the commencement of^said sale, otherwise^be forfeited,
Datedthis Mb da)
EDWARDBRA88BY, Regtatei^First publication June I^.
theirrights will^of June. 1903.
DESERT LAND FINAL PROOF
Noticefor Publication, U. S. Land^Office. Lewistown, Mont., June 2,
NoticeIs hereby given that^GEORGE W. ROHRBACKER,^of Lewistown, Fergus county, Mont,^has filed notice of Intention to make^proof on his desert land claim No.^1156, /or the s^4 seVi, sec 28, tp 14 n,^r 18 e, Mont. P. M.; also,
HENRYC. FLETCHER,^of Lewistown, Fergus county, Mont,^has filed notice of intention to make^proof on his desert land claim No.^1140, for the sw^4 sw%, section^27, nw% nw^4, see 34. tp 14 n, r^18 e, Mont. P. M . before; the register^and receiver at I^-wlstown. Mont., on^Wednesday, the 15th day of July,^1903.
Theyname the- following witnesses^to prove the complete irrigation and^reclamation of said land:
Henryc Fletcher, George w. Rohr-^backer, William Pitt, Frank Welch,^Edward Shook, all of lewistown,^Mont.
BDWAEDBRASSKY, Register.^First publication June' ft.
NOTICEFOR PUBLICATION^De^^partment of tho Interior, I ^u I of^^fice at Lewistown, Mont.. June 4,^1903.
NoticeIs hereby given that the; fol^^lowing-named settler has filed notice^of his Intention to mako final proof In^support of his claim, and that said^proof will bo made before register and^receiver at Lewistown, Mont., on^Thursday. July Kith, 1903. rlz:^ROSS TY BROWN,^who made H. E. No. 2706, for lots I,^2. 3 and 4, sec 30, tp 14 n, r 16 e,^Mont. P. M.
Henames the following wltncs-es^to prove bis continuous residence uj^on and cultivation of said land, viz:
CharlesChartler. Clyde A. Wltcraft.^Edgar Davles, James C. lienor, all of^Rockford, Mont.
EDWARDBRASSEY, Register,^First publication June 10.
NOTICE FO.i PUBLICATION (Iso^^lated Tract) Public I^nd Sale^^D. 8. Land Office, Lewistown, Mont.^Notice Is hereby given, that In pur^^suance of Instructions from the Com^missloner of the General I .and On ice^under authority vested In him by sec^^tion 2455, L'. 8. Revised Statutes, as^amended by the act of congress ap^^proved February 26, 1895, we will^proceed to offer at public sale on the^6th day of August, 1!^o3, at 2 o'clock^p. m.,at this office, the following trac t^of land, towlt:
Ne'/4ne'/4, 'sec 34. tp i.l n. r II e^Montana P. M.
Anyand all SOTOOaO c laiming ad-^wrsely the above; described lands are^advised to file- their claims In this of^^fice* on or before the- day above dc^slg-
aaiedfor the- cosajaeaeeeMal of said
sale,otherwise their rights will be^forfeited.^Dated tills 30ih dav of June-, 19o3.^EDWARD BRASSEY. Register.^Hirst publication July 1.
NOTICEFOR PUBLICATION (lootal^ed Tract)^U. S. Land Office. Put,^lie Land Sale, Lewistown, Mont^Notice is he-reby give n, that In pur-^f.iiane-e of instructions from the- Coin-^.oiic-r e^f the General Land Office,^under authority vested In him by sec^^tion 2455, V. S. Revised Statutes, as^KBMadod by the ac t of congress ap^^proved Fe-I^iuary 20. is!).',, we- will pro-^reed to offer at public sale on Ike^2.ill clay cif July, [Ml, at 2 O'clock p.^ra.. at this office, the following tract^of land, to-wit:
Nw'4nw'/i, sec 17. tp 10 n, r 18 e.^Mont P M
Anyam! all persons tiaimlng ad^versely the above.- described lands are;^advised to flic UseHr c laims in this of^^fice- on or be fore the- clay above desig^^nated for the commencement of said^sab-, otherwise their rights will lie
Datedthis Ii,fh day of June, 1903.^EDWARD BRASSEY, Register.^First piildleailon June 24.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION (Iso
lateelTrac t l Halted States Land^Office, Lewistown. Mont . Public^l.and Sale.
NoticeIs he reby given, that In pur^siiance of Instructions from tho com^^missioner of the General I And office-,^under authority rested In him by sec^^tion 2455, IT. S. Revised Statutes, as^amended bf ac t of c ongress approved^February 2el. 1SH5. we will proceed to^public- sab- on the 15th day of July.^IMt, at 2 o'c loc k p. m.. at this office,^the following tract of land, to-wit:
Se',IWU, see 19, tp 15 n, r I^ e.^Mont P. M.
Anyand all persons claiming ad^^versely tho above described lands are^advisee! to He their claims in till-^office on or before the day above-^designated fof the OOeUBeaceOMOll of^sale! sale, eitbe-rwlse their rlghta will
Datc-dthis 2nd day of June, l'.iu.'L^TOWARD BRASSEY. Register^First publication June in.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION (iso^^lated Tract i Public l^nd Sale -^U. S. Land Office, Lewistown. Mont.^Notice is hereby given, that in pur^^suance of instructions from the (din^mlssioner of the General land Office^under authority rooted in lilni by h^ ^^tion 2455, U. S. Revise-el statutes, as^amended by the- act of congress ap^proved February 26, 1V5. we- will^proceed to offe-r at public sale on the^2.Mh day of July. MM, at 2 o'clock^p. m at this offic e, the following tract^0l land, to-wit:
ttsw^4. e^f sec 34, tp 13 n. r 22^e. Mont. P. M.
Anyand all persems claiming ad^^versely the above eleecribeel lands are^advised to file their claims in this of^^fice on or before the clay above desig^^nated for the commencement of said^sale, otherwise their rights will be^forfeited.
Datedthis 13th day of June, IMt.^EDWARD BRASSEY, Register.^First publication June 17.
NOTICEFOR PUBLICATION - De^^partment of the Interior, Land Of^^fice- at Ix-wlstown. Mont., June 23,^1903.
NoticeIs hereby given that the fol^^lowing-named settler has filed notice^of his intention to make final proof in^support of bis claim, and that said
proofwill be made before W. H. Peek.^U, 8. Commissioner at Garne ill, Mont.,^on Julv 30, 1903, viz:
DANIELS. LOTS,^who made H. E No. 1 :i7. for lots I^and 2, sVi ne',4, sec 5, tp 11 n, r II^e, Mont. P. M
Henames the following witnesses^to prove his continuous residence up^^on and cultivation of said land, viz.
Harveyhtrl^aegilln Thoaue J.^Oregon Frank n. Hassett, Charles
Ha ^ tt, all ed' Garneill. Mont.
EDWARDBRASSEY. Register.^First publication June 24.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION^C. S
l*and Office, Lewistown, Mont.
(IsolatedTract i Public Ijmd Sale.
Not|e-eIs he-reby given that In pur^^suance of instruction- from the- Com^mlssleine rs of the Owne-ral Land Office,^unde-r authority vested In hint by sec^tion 2155. U S. Re vised Statutes, as^anie-hek-d bf the act of congress ap^proved Fe bruary 26, 1895, we will pro^eaod to offer at public- sale on the^16th day of July, IMt, at this office,^the following tract of land, to-wit:
Sw4 swVi. sec 2s, tp 15 n. r 17 e,^Mont P. M.
Anyand all persons claiming ad^^versely the above desc ribed lands are^advised to file their claims In this of^^fice on cir before the clay above desig^^nated for the comme-neement of said^sale, eitherwise their rights will be^forfeited. .
Datedthis 2nd day of June, 1903.^EDWARD BRASSKY. Register.^First publication June 10.
TIMBERLAND ACT June :t, 1878^^Notice for Publication, 17, S. i.and^Office. Lewistown. Mom., May 19,^1903.
Noticeis hereby give n that in com-^pHMsTt with the provisions of the^act of congress of June 3, 1878. en^^titled ^An act for the salo of tinilwr^lands in the states of California, Ore-^k'on. Nevada and Washington.^ as ex^^tended to all the Public Land States^by act of August 1. 1VJ2. Lynn Hei^^lau. of Lewistown, county of Fergus,^state of Montana, has this day filed^in tills office his sworn statement^No. M, for the purchase^ of the e%^se'4, sec- 1, eVfc ne'i. sec 12, tp 13 n,^r 2'i e. Mont. P. M., and will offer^^roof to show that the land sought is^^ore valuable for Its timber or stone^than for agricultural purpose, and^to e stablish his c li'i-ii to said lanu^before the regTsTer and receiver at^the ir office at lewistown, Mont., on^Saturday, the 25th day of July, 1903.
Henatnos as witnesses:
WilliamCollins. Carl A. Erickson,^BaBae] Tyler, Edward Aiken, all of^Lewistown, Mont.
Anyand all persons claiming ad^^versely the above described lands^are n-c|uesti-cl to file their claims In^iIns office on or before said 25th day^Of Julv. IfOt.
EDWARDBRASSEY. Register.^First publication May 20.
DESERT LAND, FINAL PROOF
Nedic-for Publication, U. 8. Land^office- at Lewistown. ont., June 2S,
NoticeIs hereby given that^AGNES 11. STRAW,^assignee- of Hose Hastings, of Fergus^county. Moat., has Hied notice of in^^tention to make proof on her desert^land claim No. I IN, for the w^^ se%^SWVi ne'^. ^-'j ^w'4. se'.^SW',4, SCC- 17, se'4 M-'i
n,r 15 e. Mont. P. M.
Hnw'4, swVi^se c- 28, tp 13^before W. H.
Peik, I S. fc in mi doner a) ^ lai nelll,^Mont., on Wednesday, the 29th clay^of July, 1903.
Shenames the following witnesses^to prove the complete- Irrigation and^reclamation of sale) land:
DavidR. Hendricks, of Rockford;^William V. Lewis. Benjamin F. Gor^^don, of L'bet; William C. Weston, if^(Jarnelll. Mont.
EDWARDBRASSEY. Register.^First publication June 24.
NOTICEFOR PUBLICATION^De^^part tiie-nt of the Interior, l^anel Of^^fice at Lewistown, Mont., June 1,^1903.
Noticeis hereby given that the fol^^lowing named settler has filed notice^of his intention to make final proof^in support of bis claim, and that said^proof will be made before the register^tad receiver at Le wistown, Montana.
10,1903. viz:^0. BOYLES.^No. 2635. for the se%,^r 18 0, Mont. P. M^.^following witnesses
Friday.July^RALPH^Who made- H. K.^Se-C M, Ip 11 a,^He- names the
toprove his continuous residence up^^on and c ultivation of said land, viz:
BevleE. Gibson. Arthur Johnson,^Philip Chase, of Ix-wlstown; Frank^Bristol, of Cottonwood, Mont.
I'DWARDBRASSEY, Register.^Pint publication June 10.
Readthe Argus and you will gel all
Asmall but complete stock of office^supplies Is kept on hand at this office.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION^U.S.
I.and Office, Lewistown, Mont.
(IsolatedTract)^Public- l^nd Sale.
Noticeis hereby given, that In pur^^suance of instructions from the Com^^missioners of the General I -and Office,^under authority vested in him by sec^^tion 2455, U. S. Revised Statutes, as^amended by the act of congress ap^^proved February 26, 1895, we will pro^^ceed to offer at public sale on the^16th clay of July, 1903, at this office,^the following tract of land, to-wit:
Iot 4 of sec 3, tp 14 n, r 17 e, Mon.^P, M.
Anyand all persons claiming ad^^versely the above described lands are^advised to file their claims in this of^^fice on or before the day above desig^^nated for the commencement of said^sale, othe-rwise their rlghta will be^forfeited.
Datedthis 5th day of June, 1*03.^EDWARD BRASSEY, Register.^First publication June 10.
CONTESTNOTICE^Departiaent of^the Interior, United States iAnd Of^^fice at lewistown, Mont., June 23,
Asufficient con teat affidavit having^I-'-- I, filed in this office by
ORRISO. SHEETS,^conteetaat, against Ray Ltadoer, H. en^^try No. IMt, made March 25, 1902,^for the ^w'i se-'i, sec 19, nVfe ne',4.^sec |0 iiw^4 nw'/i. sec 29, tp 13 n.^r e Mont. P. M., contest.M), In^which i' is alleged that said Ray l.lnd-^10) has wholly abandoned the land^embraced In sale! entry for more than^six months last past and next prior^to the- date befeia. That he has not^settled u|Kjn. Improved or culthat.-d^any part of said land, and such aha^i-^dotUBOBt was not caused by claimant's^enllstine-nt in the army or navy of the^United State s during a time of war.
Saidparties an- hereby notified to^appear, respond and offer evidence^touching said allegation at 10 o'clock^a. in on August IfU, 1903, before the^register and receiver at the United^State-s Land office in Lewistown.^Mont.
The-said contestant having, in a^prope r affidavit, filed June 23, IMS,^tot torth facts which show that after^due diligence personal service of this^notice can not be made. It Is hereby^ordered and directed that such notice^be given by due and proper publica^^tion.
EDWARDBRASSEY. Register.^First publication June 24.
TheNew Dottle Beer^Extra Pale.
CorasCrip^In Two Days.
f To Cure a Cold in One Day
!^^^ Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. firVL/f XZT^S
leehrsjoj iaM In east 12 months. This signature, ^ **W ^ ^^^fls*1 Ml 25c