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DON'T LET E'M SNAP
THESE ON YOUR HAND
tHESE ARE THE NEW HANDCUFF.
/I
When One of the Butte Detectives Puts Them Over the Wrists of a Thug,
It Is All ff.
These are the "lippers" used by I)etrc
tive Jerry Murphy and Barney Mc(;illic,
those sleuths of the Butte police force,
whose names spread terror wherever crim
Inals abide.
They are a new invention and have only
Leen inl use at police headquarters for a
few days. They are far superior to the
old fashioned handcuff, in that they can
. .::n iptlatl wilth one hand while those
of the old make required the use of hoth
hanls to fasten.
Wh\'hen either Jerry Murphy or Iarney
McGillic go after a lawbreaker armed with
these c'ffls there is nothing to it and the
criminal usually goes to jail without re
SiSta'cle.
11e accompanrying cut shows Barney
CREE INDIANS ARE
TWO HUNDRED OF THEM, INFECTED
WITH SMALLPOX, KEPT BY
THE AUTHORITIES.
ii ll t 111 i t .R .s a Nlt ' It. .
Itaire. Mlont., Oct. .1.- Two hundred
Cree Indians are quarantined three miles
from the city to prevent a apread of the
smallp ix epidemic. Eighteen pronounced
cases are ill the camp and more are de
veluopi;:. I lie t'rees were driven over the
line by, the Canadian authorities and Ma
jor .1,ntcath of the Blackfoot reservation
turned them otf that section.
They arrived within sight of Hlavre and
were intercepted by authorities and put
under quarantine. The county will he
obliged to feed them for the next six
weeks ,r two Imlollths.
International complications may again
arise between the governmlent and Call
ada, as the king' line officers knew when
they drove the Indians back this way
that 'uany were suffering with the dis
ease :and the w\hole band had been ex
Gives New York a Fountain.
New York, (Jet. 2i.-John I). Rockefel
ler has presented to the city a marble foun
taint. 35 feet in height, which has just
reach(ed here from Como. It will be placed
in the New York Zoological Park Garden,
where a base has been in course of con.
structio, n.
His Majesty Is Pleased.
Suati Franciso. ()ct. at.---A message re
ceived in this tity from J. It. (;reig, popu
larly Itown as the king of anttnling island
convey:; congratulations on the olpenintg o
cable col)ntlunicatiotn with that hithcrte
isolated community.
The History of Impaired
and Lost Eyesight
Cataracts and other diseased condi
tions of the eyes is surely associated
with a delay in getting the first pair
of glasses, and especially so in getting
a misfit.
I HAVE THE HIGHEST ABILITY,
FINEST AND BEST EQUIPPED,
AND ONLY EXCLUSIVE OPTICAL
PARLORS IN THE WEST.
Moderate Prices. Complete
Examinaton Pree.
Dr. Daniel Rosche
EYE SPECIALIST
4. W. PARK ST. BUTTE
Tel. 741 A
Open .venings. Opp. Lutoy Bros.
Mel illic's hand in the act of snapping the
cuff. There is a Ibutton touched Iby the
thumb, which makes the nippers act auto
mlatically and they fit about the wrists of
the captive before he has time to move
a must lC.
These new hanldellTs are but part of a
large stock of goods just received at po
lice headquarters from Chicago. They in
clude all sorts of paraphernalia used by
policemen, among which is a club., the big
cnd of which acts as a (lark lantern and
throws a powerful light for .o feet. The
1-ght is thrown on when a small electrle
button on the handle of the club is touched.
IButte's police force is now thoroughly
Ccltilipped with all the latest aids for cap
tiuring criminals.
UNDRAPED BEAUTY
OF FEMALE FORM
W. C. T. U. WANTS SOMETHING
DONE TOWARD MAKING SIGN
BOARDS IMMORAL.
[ lI A ,\hA h01 'I. I'.o i'RI'.SS .
l'ortland. Maine, (Jet. -i1.- A service in
memory of friends and mlembers who have
died during the year was a touching
feature of the fourth day s session of tlhe
national W. ('. T. C'. conventionl. Reports
of superintendents were also presented.
l)uring the forenoon Io minute relports
were made by seven superinltendents. Mrs.
Emilie 1). Martin of New York relported
for the department of literature and art.
Mrs. Martin said there was no more
hopeful sign on the horizon of the or
ganization than that they have gained
the influence of public sentiment. The
press reflects public sentiment and during,
the past year the jIurnals of the country
lhave given larger space to purity and
tCllemperalnce.
Mrs. Martinl asked for the aldoptilon of a
resolution passed by the New T\ork coitty
W\ , ('. . .'. as follows: "lRe·.lved that
the innlocence of youtth, e purity of
middle age and the sanctity of old age
are alike shocked and degraded by illustra
tions of the female figure unclothed upon
bill boards and in other public places;
that we will use every proper mleans
by triving to awaken public sentiment
)by allppleal to city or state authorities and
by legal mIlcanls if nleed be to have this
meniace to public morals andi a stumlbling
blocks to clet lan manhloodlt l wmliianlilhood
remloved.
'l'this resoluition to be subllmitted to
all the wuilllnli's clubsli an1d s,cieties ask
iuig their approval aind inldorsemient of
the almie illllnd ilnviting their tI -oliprationll
in the liovelllmt t.'
Mrs. Mlartinl also urged the adoltioni of
.~Iiss llclen Miller Gould's resolution to
regulate the mllidway danlces at the St.
Ilouis Wo\rhl's Fair, which she said had
lbeen adopted by the women nianagers.
SUMMONS.
In the Jus:ice's Court. Township of South
Butte, County of Silver Bow, State of
Montana, Cornelius Taylor, Justice of
the Peace.
Mike Gordon and Morris Perelson,
plaintiffs, vs. Harry Wegner and H. Weg
ner, defendants.
The state of'Montana sends greetings to
Harry Wegner and Ii. Wegner, defend
ants above named: You are hereby re
quired to appear before me in my office at
817 South Front, Township of South
Butte, county of Silver Bow, and state of
Montana, on Friday the 7th day of No.
vember, A. D. a9o2, at a o'clock p. m.,
and answer the complaint of plaintiffs on
file in an action to recover of you the
sum of seventy ($70.00) dollars for money
loaned and advanced to defendants by
plaintiffs, at the special instance and re
quests of defendants, and for their use,
and which they refuse to repay and have
failed to do so,
And you are hereby notified, that if you
fail to appear and answer the said com
plaint as above required, judgment will be
taken against you according to the comm
plaint apd costs of this suit.
Given under my hand, this 7th day of
October, 19go,
C. TAYLOR,
Justice of the Peace.
ADVERTISED LETTERS.
Letters advertised at Butte, Montana, he
the week ending October 9, spos:
Aiman, G M Kelly, James
Almgren, Gust Kaiser, Christian I
Allen, Hattie Kokko, Mary
Ash, Mrs Ida Kremer, Mrs J H
Ayers, Jack Kristo, Josephine
Anderson, Martha Karlson, John A
Abbott, Mrs. M Kenny, Mrs S J
Alexander, S-a Kuarsane, Marko
Autia, Mrs Maria Loomis, A Jesse
Ballentine, R II Long, Albert
Berry, Mr LaRue, Miss Anusi
Bergman, Mrs A Langdon, Rev C B'
Beavey, Andy Linahan, Dan
Browne, A Lange, Henry W
Broulett, Mrs Annie Lagro, Miss Hattie
Bues, ..Irs Anna Lockwood, Mrs M l
Barnard, Cecil Levy, E H
Benetti, C Lowenburge, Jude
Brewer, Harry Murphy, Claude
Bigelow, Mrs IloratioMurphy, John J
Blackford, Ira Madden, Anna L
Bicosky, Joseph 4ullenback, Ortilla
Byrne, Jas P Mahoney, Auna
Beck, Mr Matlock G
Brinton, Mrs l.--a Meyer Berthol
Brown, Laura Magee C J Mrs /
Berg. Miss Minnie Martine Francis J
Burger, Miss Nonie Marshall H B
ltrandlin, Math Mulligan H N
Ilartello, Miss Meaney Mrs Ida
Brown, as S IE Mahan Mrs Medora
Bullock, Mrs S F Minister M E
Boyles, Mrs Ted Morgan R J
Brainard, James A Mitchell S G
Bray, John Melwood Thelma
Brown, Mrs Jas If Martino Vito
Bowers, WVm J Murgettrayd W S
Barclay, Wan J Moran W J
Blrigman, A C Mathews Wm
harclay, A Murdy W I.
Chisholm, A J Metting Wim
Collette. Mrs C 1) Martin Will J
took, Miss I. MacArthur J W
Clark, F A McBtride Robert
Clal., . r. Jennie McCrinnmon Verna
Capogiany, George McCoy Schmnen
Cole, Miss ,.av Ma)cDonahld A B
Cochlan, Minnie MciDonnell T
Coppo, Mary McG(;iness Miss M
Connors, Nora MGe;uire I'at'k ,o
Connolly, Patrick II McGlennan James
Callahan. T J McGrath John F
Carnes, Mrs J A McKay Clhas
Connell, Jack Mcl.eary P J
Clark, Mrs W RI McRac John A
Chant Music Store Newman, Arthur
C(onsolidated C. Co. Niemi, Chas
('astellano, Mrs F F Noble, Mrs E M N
I)wigans, Mrs Nogler, i (G
Davis, Mrs Eliza Noon. Mrs M
)unleavy. (George Novak, Jacob
I)ensmore, Mrs II ()uellett Alfred
Doyle, Joe I' O'Neill, Ella
D)uhevin, J F ( O';orman, Katie
D)augherty, Mrs ()O'l)onnell, Michael
l)ooney, Mrs RIosy ()'Connor. Michael 1)
D)ickinson, Mrs S t1'Neill, T'hos A
Davis, Ths ()'llara, 'I
Dye, \VW ls on, G;ustaf
l)wyre, James Petrone, .Malall
D)odson, John l'ertcr, Chas
D)oyle, Mrs S M P'redick, Ed
I)unkel. Harry Parker, Hazel
Edwards, C. Ernest 'it tola, Isaac
Eagan, Frank Purcey, Mary
Edwards Mrs M R, Reed'ly, I) F
Fanner, Claudl Rogers, Ed
Fournier, E N tRelingtou, istella '
Ferguson, (;eorge Hay. It
Fox, Hi If R1half. Fhlnry
Finley, JI T' Rielly, Kate . .
Freunl, Mrs Jennie Ryan, John F
F:oss. Mrs Johanna Ryan, Jerry
Fairlic. IM F Rogers, Maggie A
Finnegan, Patrick Riggs, Mary
Fournier, Sarah Reddan, Tom
Foley, \W J Ralston, A G
G(lasstan, Ed G Sullivan, Matlie
i;lenn, James NM Sisley, Ifayden
(;ate.s, A C Snowden, R C
(;illette, Charles 1. Sullivan, J I.
(;ormain, ('has Smith, E A
G;ridlin, C'has II Smith, Mrs Minnie
(;enson, Nrs I1 F Shea, Con
;ilbert. Master John Session, A E
(;reeves, J 1. Scott, Bcrna
(roves, R . Sinclair, Clarissa
(;ruber, Mrs A Stelbbins, Clara
Gates. Mrs Te'dly Stronmberg, Edith
(;aincy. 'Ti Stone, Rev G W
Gundecrson, \\' \\' Sec'y' Inter Mt Min
Ilay'ct , J \\' ing C('ongress
Ilickman, James \V Tluttle, tDr T 1)
Ilcsitngs, J Turner, A S
arrimant, \\V It 'I eltret. ('amille
hill's hospital Taft, (; I
Itolmes, Mrs liertha T'rees Georgia---a
Itolland, Mrs 1) Tracy Randolph
Iutton. Ed. 'I'homas, J A
Hart. 1 F T'lhoroughla an J
Ilirbohl, Fred Tierney, I. M
tIamiltu, Ilhtattie 'heobald, T W '
lhtovcr, Milt imlinson, W l ,
Iloward, Mrs Nellie 'IThe'rise, W J
tlefferman, Richard Venaazio, D NI
milton, Shelt \erdier, Jenitice
Ilutghes, \\1llialt V'oss, Max \V
1l.arkin',, Mrs \' Wilhelm, Mrs Eva
till, Wn .\Vells, IBessie
Ilull, John 1I W'arren, 11
Irid, Alexander Wicr, Howatrd
ILterstate Ilihme !i- \Wallenstein, I)r K
vestmuent l.eague Walton, Mrs John
Jewell, Mrs J-2 \\'ills, Josiah Reed
Jensen, Mrs ennie Waite, J K
Jerimah, Mrs M Wallace, John
Johlnson, T W'illiams, Mrs P
ohlns ('has ii Ward, Margaret
Jonecs, ('has J \Wiggins, RH I
Jackman, I) E \'Woodford, W \V
Jackson, MrNs I)an Yearian, Mrs
Joy, E Mi Zazcrevich, Joun
Johnson, l.izzie th class matter.
Jolhnson, George 1: l)wyer, Michael
Jordan, J I G(;ardon, John S
Jones. Miss Mary J l.ewrance, D
Jenkins, Marvin SEcarblorough E-a
Klein, Salomne Varin, Helen
I"lT/'IR/(II vtr IIIVIM I, U
(iL.URUIS \V. II(VIN, I'. M.
NOT'ICE: OF TIME OF' PROVING
WILl., ETC.
In the I)istrict Court or the Second Ju
dicial District of the State of Montana,
County of Silver Bow.
In the matter of the estate of Thomas D.
Parry, deceased.
Pursuant to an order of said District
Court, made on the 18th day of October,
190o, notice is hereby given that Monday,
the loth day of November, 190o, at zo
o'clock a. m. of said day, at the court room
of said court, at the City of Butte in the
said County of Silver Bow, has been ap
pointed as the time and place for proving
the will of said Thomas D, Parry, de
ceased, and for hearing the application of
Thomas L. Parry for the issuance to
Elizabeth Parry for letters testamentary,
when and where any person interested may
appear and contest the same.
SAMUEL M. ROBERTS,
Clerk,
{Seal.]
By J. F. DAVIS, Deputy Clerk.
REGISTER TODAY.
PROPOSALS WANTED.
Sealed proposals will be received by the
trustees of School District No. l of Sil
ver Bow county, Montana, up to S o'clock
p. m. of the a1th day of October, soos, for
the erection and completion of a twostery.
and basement sad sub-basement brick and
stone schoolhouse to be erected on the
north side of the extension of West Park
street, Butte, Silver Bow county, Mon
tana, on property belonging to said school
district, bounded on the naeth by the south
line of Park alley, on the east by the west
line of Excelsior alley, and extending s54
feet west from the said line of Excelsior
alley, and to be in full accordance with the
drawings and apecllcatens therefor, as
prepared by German & Lignell, architects.
Drawings and specifications can be seen
at the office of the clerk of the school
uoard.
Proposals must he addressed to Thomas
Richards, School Clerk, and marked, "Pro
posals for Building School House," and
must be accompanied by a certified check
in the amount of One Thousand ($s,ooo)
Dollars, as evidence of good faith on the
part of the person making such proposal.
Checks must be payable to the order of
Henry Mueller, president of the school
hoard, and shall be forfeited to School
District No. r, Silver Bow county, Mon
tana, in case the party to whom the cona
tract is awarded shall fail or refuse to
exccute a contract and bond for building
said school house in accordance with said
drawings and specificatiot.s.
Trustees reserve the right to reject any
and all bide.
Made this 8th day of October. igos.
HENRY MUEL.I.IER,
President School Board.
I Attest.]
THOMAS RICHARDS,
School Clerk.
MINING APPLICATION NO. 4597.
United States L.and Oflice, Helena, Mon
tana, Oct. IG, t9o:.
Notice is herev given that Ilenry
Smith. John F. Iettle, Alberta I ygert
and the Thompson Investment company,
"hose postoflice address . Itutte, Mon
tana, have this day filed their application
for a patent for 86i.5 linear feet. being
49 feet southwesterly and 81a.5 feet north
e'asterly from discovery shaft of the Brook
side Lode Mining Claim, upon which a
notice of intention to apply for a patent
was posted on the toth day of October,
19o2, situated in Summit Valley. uror
ganized, Mining District, Silver Bow
o county, Montana, designated as Survey
No. 6719. in Township 3 north of Range 7
west. being more particularly des 'rised as
follows, to-wit:
lBeginning at corner No. r. which as :he
poinlt of intersection of the first cour.ue of
Survey No. 1 53., with the fourth course
of Survey No. 2137, a granite V-Ine set in
the ground, with a mound of earth and
,tone alongside, and marked 1-67 t for Cor
c,'r No. 1, from which the southeast corner
of Section 17, Township 3 north. Range 7
west. hears south 61 degrees and IS min
ttes west, 664o feet, and running thence
north 52 degrees to mlinutes west, 505 fee :
thence north 6a degrees 53 minutes east.
310.5 feet: thence north 80 degrees 47
minutes east, 6-3.5 feet: thence south 5S
degrees to minutes east. 152.3 feet; thence
south 45 degrees 55 minutes west, 69o.5
feet; thence south 88 degrees it minutes
Iwest, z65 feet to the place of beginning,
containing an area of 7.35 acres, of which
4.14 acres are in conflict with Surveys No.
2937 and 535t, not claimed, leaving 2.ai
actes claimed by the above named appli
cants.
rI'e location of this claim is of record
in the office of the recorder of Silver Bow
county. state of Montana. in Book "V" of
I.ode Locations, on page 337.
The adjoining claims to these premises
are on the north Survey No. 2401, Horse
Ctanyon Lode, lot 334, and Survey No.
;,3048. Memorial Lode; on the east Survey
No. 5351, Cleveland I.ode; on the south
Survey No. t533. Mountain Lion Lode,
lot 2t8, and on the west Survey No. 2937,
Cub Lode.
FRANK D. MIRACLE. Register.
SAMUEL. BARKER, JR.,
Attorney for Applicants.
(First Publication Oct. i8, rgoa.)
MINING APPLICATION NO. 4539.
U. S. Land Office, Hecena, Montana,
September iz, 19o2.
Notice is hereby given, that Frank H.
Miles, . hoso postottlce address is Fee.
Icys, Silver Bow county, Montana, has
this day t:led an al plication for a patent
for the Queen Mary and Youno Placer
mnining claims situated in unorganized
mining district Silver Dow county, Mon
tana, the position, course and extent of
the said mining claim designatcd by an
official survey thereof, as Survey Nos.
6604 and 6648, Township No. 1 N., Range
No. 9 W., a notice of which was postel
on the claim on the agth day of August,
19oa, and being more particularly set
f,)rth and described in the oftclat field
notes and plat thereof on file in this
eilice, as follows, to-wit:
Survey No. 6604, the Queen Mar,
placer.
BIeginning at the northeast corner, a
granite stone, 8x2xax6 inches set s9
inches deep, marked 1-6,604 for Corner
No. i, with mound of earth alongside,
front which the southwest corner to sec.
tion 4, Fractional Township z north,
Range 9 west, bears south 7z degrees
28 minutes east I,o030o feet, and running
thence south 60o degrees a5 minutes
west 1,399 feet to Corner No. a; thence
south 5 degrees 5a minutes east 369
feet to Corner No. 3; thence north 71
degrees 23 minutee east 1,36) feet to
Corner No. 4; thence north to degrees
5 minutes west 632 feet to Corner No.
. and place of beginning, containing as
area of 15.18 acres as claimed by the
above named applicant for patent.
Survey No. 6648, Youno pllcer.
Beginning at the southeast corner, a
granite boulder in place, 6x6x8 teet above
ground marked 1-6648 for Corner No.
I, from whence the southwest corner to
Section 4, Fractional Township a north,
Range 9 west, bears south 14 degrees
55 minutes west 545 feet, and running
thence north a degrees 45 minutes west
567 feet to Corner No, 2; thence south
54 degrees 54 minutes west 133a feet to
Corner No. 3; thence south so degrees
5 minutes east 3a2 feet to Corner No. 4;
thence north So degrees 46 minutes east
1,299 feet to Corner No. z and place of
beginning, containing an area of as.56
acres as claimed by the above named ap
plicant.
The location of these mines is recorded
in the office of the recorder of Silver
Bow county, on ages 5 and 7 In oofok
E of Quartz Lodes.
The only adjoining claim is on the
west of Survey No. b6o4, the Disie Land
llacer, Survey No. 5617, Eugene Carroll,
applicant.
FRANK D. MIRACLE,
Rsgistef.
JOS. H. HARPER,
U, S. Claim Agent.
(First publication September Is, zgoa.
REGISTRATION NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the time for
the registration of the names of the
qualified electors in Registration District
No. :, which embraces Election Precincts
Nes. 4 and s, prior to the General mleetion
to be held on the 4th day of November,
A. D. spoe, for the County of Silver Bow,
Montana, will expire at 9 o'clock p. m., on
the Iath day of October, A. 1. .pos: reg
istration will begin on Mondy, October
t3, 29go, at 9 o'clock a. m.
JAMES MURPHY,
Registry Agent, District No. r.
REGISTRATION NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the time for
the registration or the names of the
qualified electors in Registration District
No a, which embraces Election Precincts
Nos. 6 and 1, prior to the General Election
to be held on the 4th day of November,
A. ). egos, for the County of S..ve Bow,
Montana, will expire at p o'clock p. m., on
the asth day of October, A. D. t9o ; reg
istration will begin on Monday, October
13, 190o, at 9 o'clock a. nt.
THOMAS J. LAVEL.LE,
Registry Agent, Distzict No. a.
REGISTRATION NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the time for
the registration of the names of the
qualified electors in Registratio. District
No. 3, which embraced Election Precincts
Nos. 9 and Sa, pror to the General Election
to be held on the 4th day of November,
A. D. 1903, for the County of Silver Bow,
Montana, will expire at 9 o'clock p. m., on
the asth day of October, A. D. egoa; reg
istration will begin on Monday, October
13, o902, at o o'clock a. m.
JOHN -. MURPHY,
Registry Agentl, District No. 3.
REGISTRATION NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the time for
the registration of the tnames of the
qualified electors in Registration District
No. 4, which embraces Election Precincts
Nos. I, a, 3, and 41, prior to the General
Election to be held on the 4th day of
November, A. D. 19oa, for the county of
Silver Bow, Montana, will expire at 9
o'clock p. m., on the asth day fe October,
A. D. igon; registretion will begin on
Monday, October 13, 190o, at 9 o'clock
a. u. NEAL O'DONNELL,
Registry Agent, District No. 4.
REGISTRATION NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the time
for the registration of the names of the
qualiieud electors in Rcgistratio" District
No. 5, which embrac Election Precincts
Nos. 8, so and s, ::ior to the General
Election to b: held :n the 4th day of
November, A. U. 1.o2, for tle County
of Silver Bow, Montana, will 'expire at
9 o'clock p. m1., on the 25th dao of Octo
Ler, A. I). 190o: registration will bcgir
on Monday, October 1jth, 19z-, at i
o'clock a. mn.
JAMES P. McGOWAN,
Registry Agent, District No. 5.
REGISTRATION NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the time
for the registration of the names of the
qualified electors in Registration District
No. 6, which embraces Election Precincts
Nos. 23, 24 and Ss, pricr to the General
Election to be held on the 4th day of
November, A. D. soon, for the County
of Silver Bow, Montana, will expire at
9 o'clock p. m., on the 5sth day of Octo
ber, A. D. 190o: registration will begin
on Monday, October sjth, 19po, at 9
o'clock a. m.
JOHN J. O'BRIEN,
Registry Agent, District No. 6.
REGISTRATION NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the time
for the registration of the name' of the
qualified electors in Registration District
No. 7, which embraces Election Precincts
Nos. 1a and 13, prior to the General
Election to be held on the 4th day of
November, A. 1). agos, for the County
of Silver Bow, Montana, will expire at
9 o'clock p. mi., on the 25th day of Octo
ber, A. D. 190oo: rgistration will begin
on Monday, October 1jth, rpo2, at g
c'.)ock a. im.
DAN D. SHEA,
Registry Agent. District No. 7.
REGISTRATION NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the time
for the registration of the names of the
qualified electors in Registration District
No. 8, which embraces Election Precincts
Nos. -a, z6 and 27, prior to the General
Election to be held on the 4th day of
November, A. D. 1o02, for the County
of Silver Bow, Montana, will expire at
9 o'clock p. m., on the 25th day of Oct,
her, A. D. 1902: registration will begin
on Mcnday, October jthl, Igo2, at 9
o'clock a. m.
TIIOS. E. FITZCERALD,
a,.,tr., Ar.nt Di stri;t Wn R
Registry Agent. Mltric' No. B.
PE(I;STRATION NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the time for
the registration of the names of the quali
fied electors in Registration District No.
9, which embraces Election Precincts Nos.
14, I5 and 16, prior t: the General Elec
tion to be held on the 4th day of Novem
her, A. D., 19go, for the County of Silver
Bow, Montana, will expire at 9 o'clock p.
m., on the 25th day of October, A. D.,
1902; registration will begin on Monday,
October xJth, 1902, at 9 o'clock a. m.
THOMAS F. CASEY,
Registry Agent, District No.9,g
jAEGISTP..AlION NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the time for
theregistration of the names of the quali
flied electors in Registration District No.
to, which embraces Election Princinct
Nos. 30 av.d 31, prior to the General Elec
tion to br. held on the 4th day of Novem
her, A. D., qoea, for the County of Silver
Bow, V.ontana will expire at 9 o'clock p.
n., qei the asth day of October, A. D.,
gpol; registration will begin on Mondai,
October 13th, xtoa, at 9 o'clock a. m.
T. T. UPDEGRAFF,
Registry Agent, District No. so.
REGISTRATION NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the time for
the registration of the names of the quail.
fled electors in Registration District No.
Ir, which empraces Election PreeinetS
Nos. 27 and t8, prior to the General Ele-.
tion to be held on the 4th day of Novem
ber, A. D., zooz, for the County of Silver
Bow, Montana, will expire at 9 o'clock p,
mn., on the ssth day of October, A. D.,
goao; registration will begin on Monday,
October isth, 39o0, at 9 o'clock a. m..
JOHN J. O'MEARA,
Registry Agent, District No, I:.
REGISTRATION NOTICE.
Notice is hIby, given that the time for
the regltrtleo. of the names of the qual.*
fled electors n Registration Disetrict No.
rs, whlah embraces Election Preclcsts
Nos. as, jS , 3S, 49 and so, prior to the
General Election to be held on the 4th
day of Neiember, A. D., tses, for the
County of Silver 8*w, Mestana, will at
pire at 9 o'clock p. m., -n the *5th dia of
October, A. D., saes; registration will be.
gin on Monday, October s3th, tgos, at 9
e'clock a. m.
W. E. HEADINGS,
Registry Agent, District No. as.
REGISTRATION NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the time
for the registration of the names of the
qualified electors in Registration District
No. sj, which embraces Elettion Precincts
Nos. 88 and so, prior to the Gem.
eral Election to be held on the 4th day
of November, A. D. agos, for the County
of Silver Bow, Montana, will empire at
9 o'clock p. m., on the a.sth day of Octo
ber, A. D. 9gos; regIetration will begin
on Monday, October a3it, too1 , at 9
o'cloc, a. a.
S. R. A. HORN,
Registry Agent, District No. t3.
REGISTRATION NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the time
for the registration of the names of the
qualified electors In Registration District
No. 14, which embraces Election Preeisets
Nos. 4a. 44, 45 and 47, prior to the Gen
eral Election to be Ihld on the 4th day
of November. A. D. tgoa, for the County
of Silver Bow, Montana, will expire at
9 o'clock p. m., on the asth day of Octo
ber, A. D. 9gos; registration will begin
on Monday, October 13th, o290, at 9
o'clock a. an.
LUKE WILLIAMS,
Registry Agent, District No. t4.
REGISTRATION NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the time
for the registration of the names of the
qualified electors in Registration District
No. 15, which embraces Elections Precincts
Nos. 33, 34 and 53, prior to the Gen
eral election to be held on the 4th day
of November, A. D. 10oo, for the Countf
of Silver Bow, Montana, will expire at
9 o'clock p. in., on the 25th day of Octo
ber, A. D. o902; registration will begin
on Monday, October 13th, 902os, at p
o'clock a. as.
JOHN HELEHAN,
Registry Agent, District No. ss.
REGISTRATION NO ICE.
Notice is hereby given that the time
for the registration of the names of the
qualified electors in Registration District
No. s6, which embraces Election Precincts
WNos. 38, 40, 43 and 48. prior to the Gen
eral election to be held on the 4th day
of November, A. D. 19o2, for the County
of Silver Bow, Montana, will expire at
9 o'clock p. m., on the 25th day of Octo
her, A. D. 19o3; registration will begin
on Monday. October 3th, 2902os, at ;
o'clock a. m.
THOMAS O'MILES,
Registry Agent. District No. 16.
REGISTRATION NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the time
for the registration of the names of the
qualified electors il Registration District
No. ST, which embraces Election Precincts
Nos. 36 and 3q. prior to the General Elec.
tion to be held on the 4th day of Novem
her, A. D. go02, for the County of Silver
Bow, Montana, will expire at 9 o'clock
p. m. on the 2sth day of October. A. D.
ro02. Registration will begin on Monday,
October 13, 1902. at 9 o'clock a. m.
DAVID DANIELS,
Registry Agent, District No. 17.
REGISTRATION NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the time
for the registration of the names of the
qualified electors in Registration District
No. i8, which embraces Election Pre
cincts No. 46. prior to the General Elec
tion to be held on the 4th day of Novem
ber, A. D. 19o2, for the County of Silver
Bow, Montana, will expire at 9 o'clock
p. in. on the 25th day ot October, A. D.
0o92. Registration will begin on Monday,
October 13, 1902, at 9 o'clock a. inm.
W. A. RALSTON,
Registry Agent, District No. 18.
REGISTRATION NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the time
for the registration of the names of the
cualified electors in Registration District
No. 9g, which embraces Election Precincts
Nos. 19 and so, prior to the General Elec
tion to be held on the 4th day of Novem
ber, A. D. 10o2, for the County of Silver
Bow, Montana, will expire at 9 o'clock
p. in. on the 25th day of October, A. D.
190o. Registration will begin on Monday,
October 13, 1902, at 9 o'clock a. om.
S. G. JEANS,
Registry Agent, District No. ig.
REGISTFATION NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the time
for the regiptration of the namnes of the
qualified electors in Registration District
No. 20, w.lich embraces Election Precincts
Nos. 21 and 22, prior to the General Elec
tion to be held on the 4tn day of Novem
ber, A. D. 1902, for the County of Silver
Bow, Montana, will expire at 9 o'clock
p. in. on the asth day of October A. D.
190oa. Registration will begin on Monday,
October 13, 1902, at 9 o'clock a. in.
JOHN G. SIMPSON,
Registry Agent, District No. 0o.
State of Montana, County of Silver
Bow.-ss. :
I, John Weston, county clerk and re*
corder of said county, do hereby certify
that the following is a true and correct
list of registry agents appointed by the
board of county commissioners of said
county for the general election to be hell
in said county on the 4th day of November,
1902oa, to-wit :
District No. s.-James Murphy.
District No. a.-T. J. Lavelle.
District No ;.-John S. Murphy.
District No. 4.-Neal O'Do,.ell.
District No. s.-James McGowan.
District No. 6.-John T. O'Brien.
District No. 7.-D. D. Shea.
District No. B.-Thomas Fitzgerald
District No. 9.-Thomas F. Casey.
District No. so.-T. T. Updegraff.
District No. s .--John J. O'Meara,
District No. za.-W. E. Headingsl
District: No. 13.-S. R. A. Horn.
District No. 14.-Luke Williams.
District No. rg.-John Helehan.
District No. z6.-Thomas O'Miles,
District No. t..-David Daniels,
District No, 8s.-W. A. Ralston.
District No. g9.-S. G. Jeans.
District No. ao.-John G. Simpson.
In testimony whereof I have hereunto set
my hand and affixed the seal of said
county this 4th day of October, A. DI
po1902.
JOHI~ WESTON,
[SeaL. County Clerk

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