Newspaper Page Text
Brooke and Syndicate Addit.cns to.e1ena, make the abov0 pzt emt 0 st
absolutely true. But there are other features of this. part of Helena that out weigh the probability of finding gold in paying quantities, and: those are the freedom from smoke and dust that W KENWOOD It~~~~ ~ ~ ~ , ~--------- - , . Enjoys beyond any other suburb. the direct water service, insur ing purity and freshness, the fine view, the rich soil, school facil ities, street car service, good drives and numerous other advantages. Prices are now reasonable, and the present is the time to buy. My list com prises many very choice locations. "7W • . MUTH, 214, 215, 216, POWER BUILDING, HELENA, MONTANA. U(ENERAL NEWS OF THE STATE. Bozeman. Floyd Austin has purchased a ranch from White Caldwell, near Ferris. There are 178 acres in the piece, good buildings and fences. It took $5,000 to buy the property. Mrs. Elzabeth Shed, of Bozeman, has been written that the contested case of Thompson versus Shed, of Bozeman, will not be considered for a year. The general land office is that far behind in its work. Messrs. Ceekrill & Brooks have filled their contract for eighty horses to be used by the United States cavalry. Last week Messrs. Brooks and Brady made their an unal shipment of horses and mules to Missouri. Mrs. Liddell, wife of the late Judge Lid dell, is preparing to go south, where she has two plantations, to reside permanently. Mrs. Liddell will be missed by a large cir cle of friends. St. John Liddell will re main at Bozeman. Sarah Dick has been granted a divorce from Matthew Dick, whom she charged with cruelty. Mrs. Nicholscn, of Flathead, has been granted a divorce. Her husband, it will be remembered, was charged with insanity and fled the country. The 13-year-old son of Samuel Cowan. of Middle creek, while harnessing a horse on Friday afternoon, was kicked in the head by the animal. Doctors were at once summoned, and did what they could, but report the fracture, which is near the right temple, as a very dangerous one. John Hogan, roadmaster of the division, has been during the past week superintend ing the work of putting in side-tracks at the new depot grounds. Contractor Deeks is also here prepared to push the building. just as soon as soon as foundation rock from Piyestone Springs can be procured. From private sources we learn that Lan rence Dobell, formerly of this city, and now of England, is after Mr. Parnell's place in parliament. If Laurence should succeed, who will fill his place in belles-lettres and as a writer of children's stories? Don't do it, Laurence. Come back to the untutored west, but drop your spike-tailed coat and plug hat into New York bay.--Chronicle. The Nickel Plate Whist club met at the residence of the Misses Maxey on Monday of last week and organized for the season. Arthur Place was elected president, and Miss Ollie Ruff noer was elected secretary. Mrs. Davidson, Miss Lena Luce and Mr. Jackson were ap pointed a committee to select medals. 'The club was entertained by the Misses Mazey. Demersvllle. The Flathead transportation company are doing an immense business this fall, carry ing from 100 to 125 tons per day. The contract has been let for the erection of the new Catholic church to John P. Lil levig, and work will be commenced at once. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McGovern. of the east side valley, had the misfortune to lose their only girl, aged eight months, on Sept. 25, of fever. T. W. Riley and T. M. Collins, wide awake farmers from the east side, were in town this week. Mr. Collins threshed 2,185 bushels of oats this fall. The threshing is all done in the lower east side, and the av erage is better than expected. Married, at Demereville, Thursday even ing, Oct. 15, Dr. C. E. Depew to Miss Vera Gross. Miss Gross has been in Demereville but a short time, while the doctor is one of the pioneers of the Swan lake country, be ing now engaged in his practice of veteri nary surgeon at this place. J. E. Clifford and party. who were on an extensive hunt the past week, to Whitefish lake, returned Tuesday evening. 'They killed six deer and any quantity of pheas ants end grouse. Mr. Clifford says there is quite a settlement building up in the Whitefish country, the soil being good and the timber fine. A meeting of the Flathead Cnledonian club was held at Kalispell on Monday even ing. when it was arranged to celebrate Hal loween at Kalispell, Oct. 30, by a club dance. Every Scotchman who desires to participate in the winter's festivites should communicate with the secretary of the club, W. McDonald. It is proposed not only to celebrate on Halloween. but on St. Andrew's day and others. The club has started out in good shape, and its member. ship ought to be swelled considerably. Livingston. During the past week there has been shipped from this point about 1,000 head of cattle in about eighty cars. At the Congregational church, on last Saturday morning, by Rev. W. C. Fowler, Mr. Wm. Killorn and Mine Percy Matheson were united in matrimonial bonds. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Forest Bullard, October 14, a son; to Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Leopold, October 10, a daughter; to Mr. and Mrs. John Muncaster, twin daughters, October 19. The hydrants and mains for the Castle Water Power company (for the Castle wa ter works) were received last week. The company expect to get them laid and ready for use before winter sets in. Alderman Lee Morris has disposed of his city property, consisting of one house and four lots in Riverside addition, to Mr. Brooks and it is his intention to move to Salt Lake, where he will make his future home. Troop E. First cavalry. Captain Edwards commanding, passed through the city Sun day morning, having camped over nicht west of the town. They were en route to Fort Custer from Lower Bansin, National park, where they have spent the summer. Hre Made it Clear to the Professor. The Springfield Union tells a character istic story of Charley Allen, the republican candidate for governor of Massachausets. He was what is known as a "rusher" in college recitations at Amherst, and had a lively faculty of surmounting difficulties which stumped other students. In Pro fessor Esty's class one day he rushed a mathematical demonstration with great brilliancy, as it appeared to the class, but Professor Esty was not satisfied, and he said: "That will hardly do, Mr. Allen; you must demonstrate as if you snpnosed I didn't know, and you were making it clear to me." Whereupon Allen went at it again with a twinkle of the eye which his claemates un derstood. In the midst of the demonstra tion Allen remarked: "Then you multiply x by y-you under stand what I mean by 'multiply,' don't you, professor?" It is needless to say that the class or 'G9 has never forgotten Allen's way of making the rough places plain. Deserving Praise. We desire to say to our citizens that for years we have been selling Dr. King's New Discovery for sonsumption, Dr. King's New Life Pills, Blucklen's Arnica Salve and Electric Bitters, and have never handled remedies that sell so well, or that have given such uniyessal satisfaction. We do not hesitate to guarantee them every time and we stand ready to refund the purchase price if satisfactory results do not follow their use. These remedies have won their great popularity on their merits. It. 5. Hale & Co., druggists. Thousands of Suffering Women. Delicate women who complain of tired feeling, pains in the back and loins, desire to sleep, dizziness, painful or suppressed menstruation, will find in Oregon Kidney 'lea a faithful friend. Itoan be relied upon in every instance to give immediate relief from kidney and urinary troubles Thon sands of women are suffering every day from some disorder of the kidneys or liver, who might be permanently cured by using Oregon Kidney Tea. lucky Cards. A pack of fine playing cards, the high character of which will prevail in any of the old or new games under "Hoyle," will be sent to any address in the United States upon the receipt of ten (10) cents in stamps or coin, by Charles M. Pratt, general ticket and passenger agent, Min neapolis & Sti Louis railway, Minneapolis, Minn. JERSEY BLUE MIINIG COMPANY-AT A Vmeeting of the tustes of the Jersey Blue Mining company, held Oct. 1, at the office of the company, in Helena, a suficient amount of stock being represented, it wes voted to call a special meeting of the st udickhldrs, atrict the onta n iny and c. foin elena, on the colet day of ember, at four o'clock, p. m., for the purpose of voting pon the iropoveal to reorganize the fom pany open as assessable stock: baeis district of Montana, in and for Lewis and Clarke lcounty, made nt. Octhe 1,th day of t18oer1. A. D.rt of the matter of the estarict of Williant NotiKelly. dece is he undersigned. exersance of an sell at private sale, to tort of thest bidder for dicia sh triCt of Montana in and for hewis and blhrke county, maday. the n t th d ay fof io m A. t. at D. 1ck a. in the matter of tof the cltate ofrk oWii the estate of said William eolly, deceanedn will sell at private sale, the highest bidder for caIh, on Monday. the td day of )ov mitu At e. on9th at 10 o'clock a. m.. at the o f]oe of the clerk of the district court aforesa d. at the court house in Holena Montana, the following described min ting property, to-wit: tine-half (Y.) interest in the Railroad lode. one half (N) interbest in the Unionvillelode. and one third (() interest in one hundred (100) feet of the Mclntyre lode, all situate in Unionville, Lewis and C lark county, Montana; also one sixth (1-6) interest in the (iladetono claim and one-sixth (1.-) intereetin the Highland claim (an extension of the the Gladstone) situate on the divide between Lewis and Clarke and Jefferson couaties, lontana. eealed bids will be received at the office of the clerk of the district court aforesaid upto said 2d day of November 1891. at 10 a. m. WILLIAM L. STEELER MICHAEL KELLY, Executors. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL--IN THE district court of the First juldicialdistrict of the State of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. In the matter of the estate of William New.. combs Gardner. deceased. Pnronnnt to an order of said court, made on the eighth day of October, 1801. notice is hereby given, that Monday, tih nineteenth day of Oc tober. 1881. at 10 O'clock, e. u.. of said day, at the court room of said court, at the cort house in the county of Lewis and Ulak-. tis been ap pointed as thetime and place for proving tie will of said William INewcombe (Gardner. de ceased. and for hesrng the application of James Georman and John It. Watson, for the ismuance to them of letters testamentary, when and whete any person interested may appear and costest the same. l[igaed,] JOHN Br.AN, Clerk; Dated. ignead It. J. CAas1ru.Deputy. Oatedc October 8th, 1891. Room No. 1 Power Block. Postoffce Box 81t aEL.Na. MONTANA. FOR FORTY YARltS D. WM., HALL'S BALSAM FOR THE LUNGS Uos been a nevor-failing family condy for CoUGl1, 0|#L1)M U()NUM7ETl O, "LA CRIPPE," t.OttE TI(CtAT t4lr HOA$9IE NeD', I'NErUlONIA. ''ATAR .t INFLU. JNZA, ACUTE and CItH()NfC BRONCHI TFN, ATJMTuA. t'. 8i)(PPIN COU4IH CROUP, I'LEUtIlrY, PAIN N THE ID AND BItIEA.-- N1HT'IING OF BLOOD, and all diseases of the THROAT, CiHEST and LUNGS - --Leading to.. . CONSUMPTION. DRI. WM. HALL'H IALSAM contains nue opium, morphine, nor aup deleterious dreg. It $othes an eal. the iMembrane os the'/y:,, inflamed and ti.sussd y diseasec, and strven( pight sweatl and tlglttnes across he oshet, It Is pleasaut to the tame, le sure end sk foer DI Wi ., HALL' BALSAI, and take no oter. HTadipl b y Hi . Parchen e Ce.. PRICE sae,, ~Oc., $1.00. DR. Wi. HIALL .O., NEW YORK. Bold by H. M. Peresa & Co., Helen, Kent, !1 ~I ./ . U! .... . oTICE OF. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Home building and Loan association, of Helena, for the election of trustees to serve for the ensuing year, and for the transaction tof other business, will be held at the office of the associa tion at eight p. min., Saturday, October l1, 1891, A. J. STEELE, eecretary. Helena, Mont., Oct. 16. 1891. SIUMMONS--IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP 3 the First Judicial district of the state of Montana, in and far the county of Lewis and Clarke. H. M. Brandegee and E. N. Brandegee, part ners doing and transacting business under the firm name and style of lrandegee Bros , plain tifs, vs. William L, Steele, executor of'the ast will and testament of Mary Ann Eckert, ds ceased, Hcrta Taylr Eckerto Shwabe, bred A. Schwabe, edenry .ebhardt and Edward Wagner, defendantse4Amended summons The state of Montana sends greeting to the above named defendants. You are hereby reunired to appear in an action brought against you by the above named plaintif in the district court of the First judiciat district of the state of Montana, inand for the county oe Lewis and Clarke. and to answer the complaint fied therein, within ten days (exclusive of the day of service) after the service on you of this summons, if served within this county or. it served out of this county, but within thfis distrit, within twenty days otherwise within forty days, or judgment by default will be taken againstyuoL according to the prayer of said complaint. The sei action a bronugh to obtain a de oree of this court for the foreclosure of two cer tain mortgages described in the said complaint and executed by the said William L, Steele as the executorof the last will and testament of Mary Ann iEckert. deceased, Martha Taylor Eckart Schwabe and Fred a, behwabe, on the 21st day of August, 1t89, the property embraced in and affected by said mortgages being all those certain lots. pieces or parcels of land situate, Jlying and being in the townsite of the city of Helena, in the county of Lowir and Clarke, then territory, now state of Montana, bounded and particularly described as follows, to-wit: Lots numbered onoe, two, four, fourteen and fifteen, in block number seren; lot number two in block number twenty-six, and lot number four in block num ber twenty-seven; as said lots and blocks are numbered, designated and described on the plat of said towniite on file in the offitce of the county recorder of said county of Lewls and Clarke. Said lots numbered one and two, in block num ber reven, having, subsequent to the execution of asid mortgages, been released from the lien of said mortgages by the plaintiffs. Each of said mortgages having beaf made to secure the pay ment of a certain promissory note, dated Aug. 21, 1861, made by said William L Steele as such executor, and Martha Taylor Eckert rchwsbe and Fred A. hthwab eacn of said notes being for the sam of three thousand dollars, and each being payable in gold. or it sequivalent on the 2lstdayof August, 1892, to the ourder of saidIH. M. ant E. N. Branderee, with inlteest theseonat the rate of tOn per cent. per annum. interest pay able semi-annually, and each of said mortgages provided that in ease of default in the payment of interosts. in such note and mortgage pro vided, the whole of the principal and interest should become, at the option ot the mortgsgees, payable 4vlsether the acme shouldat such time be Iy the terms thereof dufet and payable ornot: and default having been made in tte payment of the ineteest of said notes and each of them. and said nttes ani each of them having become by teseon of such default payable, and the ast.unt due upon said notes and mortgages in the acgregate ft the tilpe of the commencement of thi action besin. the sum of sx thousand dollars principal. together with interest thereon at the rate of ten per cent per annum from the 2ILst day of August, 1.t1. and the sum of sixty-five dollars paid for Insurance as authorized by eai:l mortgages, to gether with inlterest on the sum of sixty-Sive dol trm at the rate of ten per cent jer annum from the 15th day of January, le9t; that the premises conveyedby said mortgages may be sold, save and except said lots numbered one and two, in block number seven, so as aforesaid released from the lien of said morlgages,and the proceeds of the sale thereot applied to the payment of said mortgages and :promtsaory notes, with interest thrseon at the rats of ten or cent, pei annum m aforssaid. and five hundred dollars coon' et fess, and costs of stillt. And in case such pro ceede are not sufficient to pay the same, then to obtain execution aainstsalid defendants, Martha Taylor lEkert Schwabei, Yret A. Schwabe, and thestatae of the said Maty Ann Eckert, de. ceasred. for the balancersruaning due: and also that the said defendant, and all persons claim. itg by. through or uinder them or either of them, may he tar:ad antd foreclose I of all rlght, clim, lieu, equity of redemption ind mterestin and to eaid mortgaged premises, save and etoaptae se leased as aforesaid: nd also that any and all claims of the said ,lefen ants. Henry Gebhardt and Edwaid Wagner. in and to said premises, if any claims they have, bs adjudged and decreed to be su.sequent and subordinate tothe lien of said mrrtsascs: snd for g-neras telef. And you are hereby notflfed that if you fall to appear and answer the saId complaint. as above required. the said plaintiff will apply to the court tor the redei dtematdedt it said complaint. Given under my hand and t seel of tlhe di triottooUt of the .Firet judiehd dastrict of the sate of Montaa, snd To the ounty of Lewis and Clarke, t tis welfth day of Reptember. in the yer of our Lord, one thousand eight hansiced [tSelyO JOHN REAN Crk By H, L Tololu'oo, Deputl Cwk. MASiSgklA BUoLLAt . . .. ~ternas for Ptlaitiff. The Leading SCLOTHIERS' Of Montana. WE ARE NOW EXHIBITING The most Full and Complete Stock of Fall and Win ter Clothing ever brought to the state, and we now invite inspection and comparison. We are display ing in our windows Lot 711 and 712 UNDERWEAR, which we are selling now at $2.00 Per Suit. Good value at $4.00, former price. Mothers will find a complete line of Children's Suits, Overcoats and Flan nel Waists. THE BOSTONS $5 SCHOOL SUIT, Single and Double-Breasted, best value, and cannot be excelled in the northwest. We are the sole agents for Helena for the celebra ted Wright & Richards Fine Shoes for Gents, and can fit your feet at prices that will ",fit" your pock etbook. Our fine Single and Double-Breasted Kersey Over coats, in the "Box" and Tight-Fitting backs, are the ",catch" of the season, and the young men are taking advantage) of the opportnity to get an Overcoat equal. ty as good as custom made, at less than one-half the tailors would charge them. Give us a call and be convinced of the truth' of our statements. One Leadin Clothiers.P Gealin Plain Figure Leading Clothiers.