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pasurt iane on dsurno Loan od'
isr-lowton. , Maio MMontana
W.A. . HU:BAND,
Attorney and CounseloR at, Law
Practlce in all courts. Sepalrate de
part tent in Loans. Insuranceand
, arlowton, Montana.
a . .K. C oAMPBELL
,PH1YSICIAT AD SURGEON I
S Offtles : Main Street.
Harlowton. - Montana.
AND NOTARIV 'PUBlIO
Will practice i1 all state and fed
eral courts. a Conveyane!tig and col-e i
lections. Othee in The ]first
National Bank block on Cen
tral A ve.
Flarlowlon. - - - Montana.
Musselshell Lodge No. 69
A. F. and A. M.
Meets first and third Monday evenings !
A. J. DREVER, W. M.
G. C. PER lKNS, Secretary 1
1.0. 0. F. CARBONATE LODGE 'No.39 1
meets every Tuesday night in Odd 'Fellows
lkll In Urner block.
Visiting brothers cordially invited to attend.
JOHN MORRJOW. N. u.
S. T. JOHNSON. Sec.
A. J. Dreyer
- ' -i I I I
See me before you build. I pre
pare all plans and specifications.
School Houses a specialty.
We are manufacturers of I: i
al kinds of Lubricat9.ij in I
ll sr f. e.roseleT :CF . ~G6
liC 7fts tiat ine tank .ri. uIiea for
:iao'Factor atSealty ay es on
TeVMfO Cor Eta Mnneapolis .I.
INSURE YOUR CLOTS WITH THIS LABEL
A. T. ANDERSON
U. S. Conmmissoiber
Land Filings and Proofs.
Ottice in Montana Block
Harlowton, - - Montana
Urner Rooming House
OVER URNER'S STORE
Pleasant Rooms, Electric Ljghted
RATES - 75c and $1.00
EikttI-tnEnpor*Il your Wool . foU r Epffe.
ýVao l ai ge d vs tity, if by h dsriff IstLak.n on. We
Waketlibmal k a dvwaaa. ,rainal bill of lading,
M iontana Lumber Co.
rYou c,4n tell at a glance the dfferc en
between q Sh Htlald Pony- and a Per ,heroJ
One look aft the $U*ney £ngne will 4emQn
Cottiens the B be a
W. o. Heband retyrned lat.Y
Tueday evining fromin ig'Timber, ,I
where he had been inatheo ieterest,
of# s ° Tierney of agniwmt,
fwho aplied to the courtat tBig
Timber' for fn oeir making her
sole tr der iin oirder that bhe might
protect heirself .from ct reditors and
get the business back to senmibanceb
of order. Henry L. T neypi left
Shawmut about the 3th of iNov
ember last and sinetie o lase bein
confined in an insane asylum at
Jamestown, rN. D. °
The decree asked for by Mrs;'
Tierney was grantedi and suhe is
now in full charge m of the buiess
ins her own right. It is her inten
tion to pay off all the old indebt
edness as fast as she can posibly
Mr. Husband reports a very
troublous return trip from Big
Timber having had to. ride in on a
fiat tire. The tire got loose in
some way and wrapped 'around the
hub and the accident prdctically,
took all his profitsfromt the case
he was prosecuting. But such is
the life of the motorist.
The Junior and Senior classes
discussed the topics. of Internat
tional Peace, last week.
The Literary Society rendered
the following program last Friday
Chorus, "When Its' Apple illos
som-time in Normandy."
Piano Solo, "Kisses of Spring,"
Reading, "Mrs. Candle Urging
the Need of Spring Clothing" Mary
Piano Solo, "Moonlight on the
Mississippi" Minnie Jacobs.
Paper, "Tale of Two Cities,"
Cornet Solo, "Mfy Old Kentucky
'Home," Ben Gibbs.
Reading, "The Swan Song,"
Josephine Geer. ,
Reading, the Harlowton High
Shcool Herald, Wilhelmina Galvin.
Chorus, "Out on the Deep."
At the close of the program, the
by the latest process of milling in
the finest and most mo
dern mill in the West
Sapphire . Isis R: oses
Judith Queen Montco
Try It Under Our Guarantee
Montana Flour Mills Co.
Harlowton, - Montana
We Make a Specialty
of Our Sunday Dinner.
B.ring your family and
... S. OLSON, Prop.
L. R. LAUSTED
CI V IL ENGINEER
Ditch Wo1rk and Farm Lines
at Arsi1. The nev
the chair l ng the
Trs uer ; 0..e s e et
:Oriowell, Howard Oe yde
Miss Poindiextr will actas af ol
ty adviser to this comm.i .e.
The Soph}ore ora pry 1
reading an . reporting on, "The
Reign of Terror," by Mnty.
,Those on the- bonorr rd ti
month f Deeembei a as f lows:
by, '872-3; Robert Welli.ngtony ;
Marion .Smith, 911-2; Geraldine
Galvin. 9212; toward, rawford
91;t John Ia llister, 834; Wilhe. ,
mina Galvin, 87.
Those pipils whose forks during
the semesteri er exem them from
the examinations, are ihabvinge a
easy time trhi week, this is a re
ward for good scholarship and right
conduct. Those eenipt are a. fol
lows; ,Wilelmina Galvin GeorneI
try, English, Arithmetic owd
Crawford-Latin and English Ger
aldine G.Calvin-Algebra. Latin Eng
lish; Robert Wellington-Algebra;
Mlarion Smith-Latin ai:nd Efnglish;
Miss Woodbury's room is stead
ily advancing in the art of basket
fMr. Johnson, our superintendent
visited the school at Oka, Wednes
This week ends the first semles
ter of school of 1913-14. There are.
some changes in the regular routine
of work for the remainder of the
The revie*relass takes up graim
mar in the place of arittimetic. A-:
class of German 1 will be organized
sewing will be taken up by the
domestic science class.
Preparations are now under w4y
for the celebration .of Lincoi's
ine loom is very much in evi
dence in Mrs. Smith's room. This
ndicates that the grades who havea '
clone such good work in basketryy i'
will take up weaving as the next
step in their industrial training.
The sewing club met with Miss
Woodbury Wednesday evening,s.
Dorothy Poindexter of Billingsf
is visiting her sister, Miss Jessie
C. Poindexter this week.
The Sophmores gave a soc:ial at
the school house last Tuesday ev.
ening. See Leah Kirby for parti~
The S. S. C.'s have receiyv ,t
their new class pins, a small go!d
arrow head with the class numer-t
als upon it. All the faculty am
prove of the selection of the design
The club also received an excellatqt
pennant, which has been pl.,ed i;
a much envied spot on the library
wall. The S. S. C. are, surely a' ive
organization. We admire their
Clyde Guymon has been appoint.
ed editor of the school notes .3for
the month of January.
The Freshman class was enter
tained -by Fanella Toombs, Neva
Guymon, Ruby Davey and Lilian
Williamson, at the home of Fane.la
Toombs Thursday evening. I
Mrs. Smith's room is preparing
a Eugene field, day program.
There was no' xpression cls
this week, as examinations occub
ed the time.
The literary society is planibg
ann excellant program:for Friday
evening, Feb., 6th: :
'Th e Fartners' Institute el lhld
last- Monday was a nnst~suc ess
neeting from every poinit of viw.
The a4srn daue was :ost plea ty
and the interest displayed siio
thbt our farmers are of an inztfi
gent, thinking class, ready to -
ýsorb a1 tne infomation reul4
to farn manag hent that is off
themi. The interest displaye
? tnn f Azm wr
detlrºo ly oo ne rnq
ekr ;tly sessi butforther embb 6
pottii the at' by itts
use ei &ph uiiko abe ler
fotae o rfist an1 farmer. iii
0 . 0. G regg "die e eecAinst6f the
Dh'cw.i"i t rg L '&at Duenbes
Afont ,the f-;' .' w ghw tei st
amofngtb& niaik -pohtts eii
ated were fi th ie lieo th e .i f lor
of dwizeasflint hbit* ee big
ProbLbly · tishtiosh ethe abl talk
odthle1, dto ain theat h fccpather,
Bhols a g rtigtcalde milk ein far
tbe oaa Hetold th~re in~t- -
Oo.anorgg o thes e pslin fo the
yecapdiy 'mae D .b h rhit telkir st
plarind thot dno tistak need te s
andle by athoseie i hrd btl n, in v I
the pilurchl asn thing ol i diyso . V
foLaockofpace frids us toi go.
into a dltailed aount fe the nutl-.
mietrofus good tinisarthat were saide
at this ·ins~titute b'at it in sale to.~
.say; ·that ?the time wasr3 -well' spelt·
oy the many ofarteh in attende
ed w regg "tile seletic of the ' p sor
bot 'Dyr.. ishomuldertoe blt tdr :
udder lel st i the' bodye ofCrather
lare nilk vel s.hird itrhe, landge r
olsalong the mank vepints en~tear a
athe saval.iHe wtocld the iprfsor:
producero snd madert hipsetalod,"
maderby thoset n the haody rahimer
intoa a pet auleaountuder ofa the n
nare Lrous gooeins, an ,ith ,, w arge ` :.;
ato~ frr this mlvinstue beat itissfet
sa htthe naa, eýtime tas el spenpt ý
maeby those man frears im in aten
than rca.sigod sok
rTI .nc of"Conieist
I: Department. of the Interior, U: S.
.Land Otlice at Lewistown, Montana,
December 16th. 1913.
To Thomas L. Hehir of unknown ad-i
You are-hereby notified that 'tank
lin E. Bush, who gives O'Brien, Mon
tana, as his pest-oflice address; did on'
December. 16", 1913, file i this office
his duly corroborated appiationo to
contest and secure the cancellation of
your Homestead, serial "No. 0176120
made May 27,1912, for south half of
the north half.,secttion2i2~-township 5
north, range 18 east Montana Merdi
an,, and as grounds for l.i contest be
alleges that said entryman has whdlly *
abandoned said: land .iand :has'-ever
resided thereon, that said entryman
has been absent from said land or the
vicinity thereof since June 1912, and,
that said land is now in its native
wild condition, wholly unimproved.
You are, therefore, further notitied
tAlat the said hilletaion will be ta.ken
by-this office as having been confessed
by you, and your said entry willbe
cancelled thereunder without your
further right to -be h'eaid thereti
either before this-ilce or on app -E l
if you tail to tile ini this office within
r-twenty days after; th ,fourth publi
cation of tlis notice, asshown below,
your answer, under o th, specifically
meeting and responding to thes
:legations of contest, or if y t
within that timel to ftle in t
d.ue proofo that . :. ave serve py
of your answer onn the said cot at
either in person ei by regstere mail. I
If this service Is made bythe delivery
of a copy of your answer to the coni
testant in persodptoof of stuch service
must be eithea the, sajd contest
ant's written macknosiedgmient of
Slhis receipt of the cony, showing ti
date of its rqcji, or he
-.the person by he
r made stating 4lien `and whero thei:
,copy was delvered;'if made by regis
tered emaU proo of such service must
s consist of the- gdavit of the
by whom the Cady wasIan 4 'tlu
when and the gost oce to w it
was mailed, and this ait must
be accompanied by they post0 t;ýrls
Srecipt, for the letter
You shoId site in yoi answer
the neiameoto of tepis oltee to which
you desire futiure notices to be set
to you. ,
ateof first:b.b Decem r, .
SDate' of second pub. Jaiuary , 1914,
Date of third pub. January p, 1914:
D ate of fourth pub, January 1, 1914."
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