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Big Otter Field
gist who unable to examina Otter afoucture «m» C. D- John the Mariand wo« checked Colonel Jaraieaon's reed ings and made an examination of the area wer« Charles Halrea and W. 8 Emery of the Ohio, and G. N. Knapp and P. M. Zrinyi Summarising his findings. Colonel Jamieson describes the Big Otter structure as fulfilling requirements necessary to production oil or gas to commercial quantities, so far as can be determined from s u rface rea ding» . The st r u ct ur e ts well d efined , says the report, with two to 18 degree dtps. very constant; e xtr e m e ly good drata age from three direction» on the north fold and from two direction» on tea south fold. The elaaura is perfect. bornons within drill ate the Koofc MUis and probably tee quadrant^ above tea J tsdta nr ttme the range or tee < Known sten». IA» tee W Otter la e v e nmd by « railroad, tea Montana Power company's •lactate power line »ad food Highways. Plenty tor drilling and of water ia coal can ha procured within three mites. Coins# J ami es o n's report tee ommenda that a teat be made on the north fo id. in section »8-18-7 east On tes sente Men HMMf east. A test to the Mad to teas than 1,000 it has reeult • «I M that the Wayne and will be drilled, production is found in Big Otter If ■ j- - ■— mi . ÎÎ Tl » % to Montana bring Mg money in Chicago. Don't sell in ths Ship yew turkeys to as at Chicago. Boelise mm* money for yaw rates to Chicago ere i'a work. Don't be aot Ugh whan compared writ) tbs extra price yen will get bare. Fox Plan to marketing through tee POX PLAN. 9] i Me Wisf ia •# « add marketing of treatise an marketing > id bj f*t •t Mg lb* . It ts by for tee How To Get It prie» la more, but »be beek to watt war te for 18 Tba 4hRK(j[ BMM MY fo Star il v Fox Plan Endorsed by Farmers Over 88 ,8 94 tamer* have adopted pouftey to last year. grata-ndrawtage •*— Mtoy-uhippnf writes; "I received aU returns tar turkey» and One found a Am where I pl eeee d ,** Another said: "At lata I S Stitt aaethsr writes: "I «ne many d a l la i a." yon half df any bwbayu and recei ve d > 1 48. 90 jwn the« tba other half i to Meutesu, Wyoming. Cblorade, Olds horns. North and Bs u BtaNfo* . - '■ / Write Now to • - - * ' «-By SONS CO 1 J F*M«a Market _ Cbte*«», öbieagri* Largest. JMrrct|®| " 1 | tit, would be tamedtotaly b » f ms« n (be two, while a »trike oa either struc ture would place the town» oa the Falla, seven miles from the Wayne •troc tore and 25 mils* from the Big Otter, would realise greater benefit» from a successful completion in either field than has resulted to the city from any oil development in Montana to date. —Great Palls Tribune. TURKEYS STOLEN SUNDAY Sunday afternoon to the Little Belt district a farmer was busily butcher ing a hog whan ha was attracted by saw his wife running toward a Mg prosperous looking sedan stan din g to the road a hundred yards from his through tea fence with both hands house. Then ha saw a man climb which ware ineffectually flapping their wings. The dear of the opened, tee turkey« were throat to »Idr, tea nsa followed and tea Amp exhaust of the ear soundsd as tes ear whir ted away at top spaad tearing an toate rancher and his wife hel ple ss l y behind. This rancher says that sav era! of his biggest turkeys aie miss tag and teat his prise imported god bier is trying to travel oa one teg, the other baring been injured pre sbly when he fought himself free from hie captor. They ware unable to see tee number of the ear and thus the turkey thieves escaped. This par* an automatic rifle bandy for the next ticnlar rancher is peeved and he hse Knnoh ouncT, - Prank Shirley came to town on business Tuesday. muons wt or JOBS AU Ulf IME Smgm FrawYi Maw York.—Averaging good and bad yean, 10 to 1* par «ant ad all the worker» to the United States, sev vrai militons of are ant of work all the time, and wide Staat pkenomenoa with far-reachti.g economic, social, psychological and aur al bearings. of the facto brought out to the Introdoc tloa ta the report af a Are-yaer study tf employe»«! method* and agencies made public here by the Raw to certain tog tatolealaily with worn an are being exploited. and public snoyawai a material eeetrtbutieu tower* ef tee af an It is made dear to te» cepe** that tea Agues'an —' while -Of tea coon i«ss, are aot BMHeativ« af prasset conditions or of tb« last Completed Report Voluminous. The lavMtigatioa. which «attended than aavauty dries in thlr tote ty-eue states sad Canada, has Just been completed The fall report, cov »on* more than «00 pri nt e d pages. will he Issued shortly, the survey sf trained field investigator«, all of whom had previously been engaged ia employ meat work, under tee direction of flbelby M. Harrison, director of the and exhibits. Practically every known for bringing work and the worker togeth er was studied. Ike "want sd" pages ef newspapers, the toe-cfaargtag tabor agendas, the (tee public riP.ce, the labor «»lee's method ef so tee fra ternal order's activities hi this Seid. earing week tor its the practice ef app lyi n g toe at tee factory gate er the afltaa dear, all were investigated The repart pet»ta »et tee a to seal employ m e n t ritextfes. da ef the A ritustiea to Ohio, Wisconsin, ekaastto ead New York, where there the gfaawat organised pubUr Separate studies were made else af migratory sud casual werk era. Junior worker«, handicapped worker*, busti grant«, negro wsekers and •I werk s ra Werkers Resent li rtty. Attar citing tea fact that each year i. 990,00» to eySSS.909 persane ara toi it f to R is pet af ef |te is tote* *f af ■a rt ree p rih through certain types af to a* feytog A ..«ï, when m Involved. 'In of Ä# to« 4» h*v* pubUe--fp> prtrwh fw-dmigtog agenrien. That la, hl 4W for as people as* informed on tea end have vteeaS tea» weabotad have paMle. bocansr of tb* ef other that this if the tan to te* of Ibertmiftag earrtaa wttk R a I* kCnltody Kills Demr Altera*. 0*1.—A mysterious the deer to Modoc to eaaptv » gnet namherr . aceerdiag te r ecelvad here from hunter« 4 * AJ m the lav* beds of R*g lake. Stete •ch« of several of tee animals have bean brought here for examtnstitat Meteor Dug Up ■on 0»*«re —Aa object weighing »* pounds helteved to- be a pew of a meteor or aerriH*. wm dug from te* «end ef Ooltax lake by 1. A. Wmr sud broutait h> ®ao Cl«lre tar togtetai Harr fmmd the curie 0R.H0SSBE1N omcuN SmITi to Tb« Man Who Grinds Tour Leases Whlk Too Wait Great Faite, Mowlams FOR SALKS THAT SUIT -TRY PILGBBAMUm •s* ♦♦♦♦4♦♦♦♦++**+++* ♦ BELT MEAT MARKET ♦ ♦ 4 ♦ ♦ ♦ 4 A. VdeUr. Prop. ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ > ♦ Frank am! Cared ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ Bah + ♦ ♦ ♦ f44444444f4444444 W. H. GEORGE FUNERAL CHAPEL Extra Service Without Additional Charge AMBULANCE SERVICE Day and Night PHONE 4286 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA B usinées readers bring results. ^♦444444444444444 ♦ WHEN IN 6RBAT FALLU t 4 ♦ — Est at the— • ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ 'Club Cafeteria * ♦ Got what too » Pay for wK^t Splendid Cooks 4> ♦ ♦ # ♦ jo« got # « ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ .Everything 4444444444444444I GREAT NORTHERN SHOWS NO "WATER AW* that tea » Ttatp a nt a recorded In Ms g*na Act. dir^ct^d tktt S&tMFBtEtE rnmnmiff<t Ctapt* b raapenae to assertions that paflrond stocks were watered to 18X8, by tbs LeFpfetta mission to de ton» i»« things, tea cost «f r e pr o d u cti o n new, o**t of reprodootioa tern do SPd tka vpiqe of te* varions to tbs United States. of property: One te the yhy Northen Cesnpaigr consist of two of it ad for mm Of I lo ot therm, that is. the p fow titel property used for taanspoi It baa aot valued tb* aaeon« class af property because à I to do so by rt in ths 8É Tbs valus as found by tee commission for Great Northern properties used for transportation puf gpsa located In the United Stetes •• of June SO. 1818, ana as follows: . and Total owned „„ 8881.Mfo8«LW Total upad _ J V fo« ». y •dation. Tim Company, ef course, contends teat tea Septa te* aging Mt its roadbed, is now than offset by tb* anptoei for erveral years to bette» to altering at W SEPOMl emtien of V parts of vty as a »• *t to wall .known tiut « railroad property M »««Mee »ItAW A hoilt ^ W * W ? , ** 11111 w m " AT— "hiw 111 Tr ' ■ I imdtaèmà te tb« $«tfind cliUM pr&ps&ty Md act rmhüii hf tte cobubMos It: 404 müm of itilrofifi te Nearly 48 par cent of the Stock ef Chicago, Burlington A Quincy Enitroad One-batf of the stock of tb* Spokane, Portland * Beattie Bailway. / - Also tbs stocks of tatae «tear *m«iter railway compamee, and tbs stocka of V , land and other *ub«j«Hary corporations. 10WJH&M. Other mb vahw an i did not vahm. seenvitiee net valued bp 'tern f temribwu tbs vahm of tb* second r 8S44l6,4JA8l. so timt the sea ef property, which the C ■ta 1104^81441 J8 which brings tba total value Th* total par vahm of stocks and bonds of of 81«4,7SM«U4 af »tan* af 1,74.40. PROPERTY CAPITALIZATION Port*©» of owned valued by ns Of Jans 88, 1818 4WLÎ4OJW8.0O jStesbs, bonds and other properties not vtauad by Commtommt as of Great Northern Stock _8248,477,18048 Jane »0. 1818___ 2*7.(m,8JXÄS Other property «a of Jane 80, 1816.. 24^16,41841 - Mémà rince Jen» », 1816. 184 J»iJM Greet Northern Bonds_ _ _I EXCESS OP PROPERTY OVER _ 81S.781JU8.li K. - : r ÏV,T . » CAPÏTAUZATION JULY 1, 19«4 .„184,7S64taUM _—-4748.0 L8474A0 Total Total »74A0lS.174.4fl e This font tabes a mort q e n eteta vn answer to tbs charge of wat e r e d stock. GREAT NORTHERN NEVER DID KATE AND NEVER WILL HAVE A DOLLAR OP WATERED LOUIS W HILL. Tato No. 18. of the w 0 at 01 L \on*$ À I N FIVE YEANS this company has expended more Hum $1,000,000 in from additions to Hie telephone lacil itien of Montana. Long distance lines have been extended, central office equip ment has been expanded and buildings have been erected and acquired to house the forces and the plant which give you telephone sendee. Year after year new money has bean poured into the telephone business to relieve threatening congestion and to prepare for the future demands of tele phone users. In good Hmee or hard times Hie telephone business must main tain its standards of prompt, universal and altogether satisfactory service. We have but one object in view— to keep step with the needs of our peo ple for eomroonlcation facili t ies . ®s// System ï IS > Th« Monttia Stitss T«Mwbc 4 Telegraph Go.