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A TENDERFOOT IN TEXAS, F
now the Natives unew Se Was non Hore tiller. "Prm just back from western Texas, a sountry that possesses for me a peculiar in- t terest," said George Bishop, a commerolal ntlgrim who has long been a candidate for kte honors worn by the late lamented Mul bation, to a coterie of kindred spirits at the t Lindell in the hearing of a Globe-Democrat man. "I went to west Texas in the seven ties. I had been reading of the enormous a fortunes made there in live stock, and I yearned to become a cattle king, wear spars a foot long, and draw my check for a million. I bad 1,000 and a stomaoh that would stand almost anything, and I fancied I I was on the verge of fortune. I bought a horse at Fort Worth, then the toughest little village between Sunisle and Yuba Dam, and struck out on a prospecting tour through the Panhandle. But I didn't go far. Nine miles northwest of the Fort I met two men who weie riding mules and wearing enough guns to place an arsenal on a war footing. I thought they eyed me rather suspiciously as I came up, and fearing they might be robbers 1 pulled my deadly 22-callber pistol around where I could reach it without dislocating my arm. They noticed the motion, and befoie I knew it I was looking into the muzzle of a brace of Winchesters. "Whar'd you git that boses?" demanded the one on my right, who wore a big som brero and a billy goat heard. I suppose that is not a complete inventory of his ap parel, but those two articles impressed me most. Now, that was not a civil question in those days, but I concluded not to resent it, and instead of answering with hanghty scorn I replied meekly that I had procured him at the fort and nut up 50 scudi for a quit claim deed. 'That don't go,' snid the gentleman with the hircinous whiskers. 'That bosa is mine, and you're a blankety blanked stock lifter. Git down.' I tried to expostulate, but he wouldn't have it. 'Throw down yvr gun,' was 4o next com mand. I unbuckled my belt and allowed my 'Terror' to dkop. 'They led me to a scrub oak and were about to hang me with a lariat when three or four other men rode up. They all recognized the 'hoes' as the personal property of my captor, and admit ted that it was public duty to make 'buz zard meat' of me. While the noose was being adjusted one of them picked up my belt, drew my pistol from its scabbard and examined it curiously. Then he marched up to me, held the 'Run' under my nose and inquired: 'Is that thing yours?' I ad mitted that it was. 'Fellers.' said he, sol emnly, 'this hain't no hose thief; hit's a tenderfoot. He's harmless as a sunokin' dove. Ropes cost money. It'd be a city to spile one hangin' him. Turn him loose and let him graze,'" IATCHING LIZARDS. A New Industry Has Its Birth in the County of Shesta. A lizard hatchery started in Dr. Miller's drug store last Friday, says the Shasta Coanty, Cal., Republican. About two weeks ago a fruit man gave Frank Eldredge a small egg found in a bunch of bananas from the Sandwich islands. Frank put the egg in a show case as a curiosity, and noth ing more was thought of it until Friday, when Charley Miller opened the ease to get something. Imagine his surprise when he found the eng had hatched and a beautiful little blue lizard was enjoying himself among the soap boxes and perfumery bot tles. His lizardlship is vuite an acquisition to Eldredge's amphibia, menagerie, mu seum of natural curiosities, etc. Cozy Room for a Little Girl. This is from the Ladies' Home Journal: You wish to arrange your little daughter's room so that it shall be both attractive and simple. Paper with blue and make a dado of cream cretonne stamped with blue and yellow daffodils. Let the ceiling paper be of yellow and white, and paint the wood work cream. Have a brass bedstead or a white enamel tipped with brass. Have a gay quilt in white and yellow. Mark the towels, sheets and pillow cases with her monogram in blue and yellow, and one daffodil in the corners. Let thecurtains be of the cretonne lined with pale blue, and have white frilled muslin curtains under neath. Do not forget the work basket and table, the writing desk and the hanging book shelves, and have all the pretty and innocent pictures you can crowd on the wall. Make your little daughter's room a haven to which, in the years to come, she may look back with sweet memories. Just How She Looked. Young Mr. Fitts: I never shall forget how sweet you looked the day I proposed to you, dear. Mrs.F itte: How was I dressed? a Mr. Fitta: Lemme see. You had on a dress of some soft, light-colored stuff; I forget whether it was white or not. And you had a hat thatwastrimmed like most of the hats were trimmed that year, and shoes -or did you wear slippers? Anyway, 1 shall never forget just how you looked if I live to be 100 years old.-Indrinapolis Jour nal. Wild West Tobogganing. A railroad man named Ross Ward hs tobogganed down Pike's peak on a board three feet long and a foot and a half wide, to the bottom of which was nailed a cleat to serve as a keel. This keel fitted between the rack rails of the cog railroad. The distance covered was nine miles, with a decent of 8,000 feet. and the time made was 11!4 min utes. Ward did it for a wager of $25. ltucklea's Arnica Salve The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt ltheum, Fever botes, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and posl tively cores Piles or no money required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Prices2 oentsper box. For sale by H. M. Parchen .& Co. Only Two Nights and Fast Time' to Cht cago. The Great Northern makes several hours quicker time-Helena to Stt. Paul--than any other line; is the only line which makes the run to Chicago in two nights, other lines using three and four nights. B. H. LANOLCY, General Ticket Agent. Going East-Save Time. Going to Chicago and east your short quick route is via St. Paul and "The North weste:n Line." Leave Butte 6:15 a. mu.. Helena 10:15 a. m. to-day, reach bt. Paul (:55 e. m. second day, connecting with fast day train of "l'he Northwestern Line" leaving St. Paunnl :00 a. m. daily and arriv ing Chigo l:35 p m. same day. makmng less than sixty-three hbors from lnitte and less than sixty hours from Helensa which is pevernl hours less time than via any other line to Chicago. 'I his 1:l25 p. m. arrival in Chicago insures connection with all the principal lines from Chicngo east, and '"lrh Northwestern Line" is the only line from St. Paul that makes all of these connections in Chicago. Opportunity. Caster of human destiny am I, Fame, love and fortune on my footsteps wait, Cities and fields I walk. I penetrate Deserts and seas remote, and passing by Hovel and mart and palace, soon or late I knock unbidden once at every gate. If sleepine, wake; if feasting rise before I turn away. It is the hoar of state And they who follo'arme reach every state Mortals desire, and conquer every foe Bare death; but those who doubt or heal tate Condemned to failure, penury and woe Beek me in vain and uselessly implores l answer set, and I seturn no more. J*o. J. INGALea But fail ye not In this respect. Belze every opportunity to travel Over the Chicago, Milwaukee & pt. Pual railway. This is the advice of Ono. H. HzAma General Passenger Agent. Chlesg Ill. the Birt Jnd tt Alstriot of the tate ,of Ina and r the coonty of Lawis and awry J. lli|nian Nenlto Magnuseon, Mary prench, llatti . tuntr and Mrs. tC. titubb r tiea elves and twenty-one other n mgers i drTheN.o. o nt Orcter of the Iron listo, vs t he tupreote itting of tIe tldnr of tl rounll ll.a i. D. t omerhy, enpri Justice of ttle p rdr of s iron melti. Januo f. rlaller, recelerti Mrs. ranch A. Wheeler. cha ier 4ndrew Ir. Wade an thn floe, her eurotleee Mrs. John W, YWale. trustes, and If. V. t holr and lilchardi tlito, sor uretlest re m. I(ato (tlbson truesto, and nohn Uon and iohard l see her rastiea. Mran. Sontlo I coannd John Lot and hichard Itoe, her uretles: and ell other ndembner of the Ildr I he Iron hail not herein mnuntllono, no ondants. The state of Montana sends greeting to the Iabov narmed dtafendants: You are hereby requirse to appear In an action brounht against you by the above named plaint ia in the itrict cotrt of tile kirst judlcial die. triot of the tule lof Montana, in anud for the countlly of LewIs ail .liarge, and to anseer the cuOI1Ilaint iled therein, within tol days the l0thive of tie day of service) after tile tervice o you of ,this summons it served wtlllin this cluntt: tr, if served out, of thi eonuly, bilt withln thin distriot I hen witloin twoety dal;ot eir wise w itthin orty dayor ud ient by defailt will e teken against you, alordltt tio thei prayer of said comuplalint. tihe aid action is Ifrtlho t to obtain a deeree of this crnurt tIerpetnaily restral n ig the dlfen danta frorm ictliet tin or .tteil ptirng to t oitle any ntoley of tlo pniutils or ally if thouem; to pt- pe!nally rtstroi tile itu cdfeuolans. the I ullreo t itLiln, an the th ftin taut,. I. 1 t. Homerty, tlir sulremo ijutliee of the ortier of the iron tial. and ,isia..c F. Faillt, receiver, from collecting or attempting txo c IIt any mIneyes r reserve fund front tile efendantus, thie cashier and tr-utoeeu of i ranth No .l'A (if said order, and it restrain per petually raid defeondans, the cashier sail trust sesof Blranch o n. 90 of said order from turning over any mIllney or ioI ur Irol etiy in their )abnde or ilnder their control, to any ltrron or piereono. except under the order of this court. ani to ob tain a det rco of ithl court d renting the nait de fendantt, tie cuahier andi truitce of said iruncit No. titI of saitl order ti IaLy all monoeys and ottttr prolorty in their hatdel anti under their conti.ol to tlie!e tltaintiffs upon such a basis as tile rolr may deorii eqitcblO, and for oosts oft sauit. Anti yon are l.eroby notified that if yon fail to alppear anti answer the eatd complaint. as above rettuired, the said plaintiffs will apply to tile court for the relief demanded in their com tiven nnder imy Smd and ti.e sal of the ills trictcouirt of tile rlret itldicial district of the state of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis - and( larre. tihta till day of Oitt Stol ,hter. in tihe ylear if our l.ord, District one thousand eight itndred and Court. ) ninety-two. JOHN IEAN. Cleri. hiy H. It. 'rIttt'ttiON, vielutny i - rk. Kineley & Bliokford, attorneys for plaint:il. - -tIlltIIFF'd hAl,E--. IlOLLifi &. COM tpany. p'aittltfs, vs. idgar C. lticharde, AgnoevV. L:iutardtu and illeo McCann, defend antse. Under and by virtue of an order of sale unit decree of forecloasur anil sale ineled out of the district court ot the Firet intliclal district of the statg of Montana. in and for the county of Lowie and Clario. on the 11th day of Novtember. A. D. 18L. in the above entitledt action, wherein M. holles A t.omany. the above naouti t plaiutliffr, obtained a judgment antd decree of foreclosur, and sale against tdgar (C. lichirds, Agnes V. Richards and Ellen McCann, defendants, on the 10th day of November. A. D. It-t2. for the osum of $65.59.77. besides interest. cost0 and attorney fees, which said decree was on the llth day of teovember, A. D. )ht9. recorded in judg mentbook No. "H' of said court, at pagl -- -. I am commanded to sell all tiose certain lot', pieces or parcels of land, situate, lying and being in the connty of Lewis and oclarke. statoe of Mon. tans, and bounded and described as follows, to wit: Beginning at a point on the west side of Meagher street forty (40) feet north of the souttt ceast corner of block three hundred anti eighty two (t82) in the originot touwnit, of the city of Helena; ruoning thence nlong the west aide of Meagher street sitty (io) feet to a point; thence west on a line taralol to tihe norti t idt of Law renee street eighty-four (84) feet to a point in the line between lots nutmbered live It) and sil itt) in said block three hundred and eighty-two (182): thence south along the line between said lots numbered fire (5) and six (6) sixty (t60) feet to a point: thence east on a line parallel to tite north side of Lawretnce street eigtty-fonr (81) feeoot to the place of beginning; said lot, pieco or parcel of land htaviog a frontage onM inoaghr street of sixty (i0) feet and a depth of eighty four (81i feet. and consisting of portions of lote aumhtlted six (6) nod oeven it) in eaid block nuomt .i three tiundrel and eighty-two (02k) a. the saoe is more particularly describted upon the ittrial plat of tile said namedi townsite. which plat in now on flln in the meaner provided by law in tite ofthce of the county clerk and re corder of tht said county of I rwids tand Clarke. Together with all and stngular tilu tenements, hereditaments and eppturtteotntm thurount., boe longine. or in inywise appertaining. Public notice is tereby given that on Faturday. the Id day of Irctlti her. A. I. 18D2. iat 12 o'clock m. of that day, at the iront dtoor of the court luouse. ltlcena, Iuowie anid (l:trte co'ttity. Mon tana I will, iii obedienoo to raid ordertof -ale and decree of foreclosure and ole, reoll the above described property, or so mutch thereof am may be necseuanry to satisfy said judginmont, with interest oand cost, to the highest and best bidder, for cash in hand. Given uncoer my land this 12tth day of N ivem her, A. D, 1912. CItAS. . . fJEFERIS,. 8heriff ly 1fALPi GI. JOHNoON. De)oputy LSteriltf. UM\UiONS--IN TIIE DISTIIICT COURTi OF kL the First judicial district of the state of Mon tanainand for the csunty of Iowls and 5 tarke. nnnioC Kugler. plaintiff, vs. rartha Iayloc lckert w nhwabe end i. A. Fchwabo, dofendants. The state of Montana sends greeting to the above named defendant : You are hereby roetnired to aaDear in an action brought egainsit yoo by the above named plaintiff in the district court oi the Firet judicial distriet of the state oIf Montana, in and for the connty of Lewis and ('larke. andti, answer the comulaint filed terein.withi tell dylls (t.xrluolve of the day of servic) after the erviie, o you of this sum toneu, if served within tIiuI t".hty orif servedt out o thie couanty, but wt hits till i strict, I hess within twenty dat. otherwise within forty daya. or judgment by default will b. taken against you according to theo urav'r ' f said complaint. 'tie sald actilo is bro lght to obtanl a decr~ge of this ~otrt for the toIwrcloenro of a certain moriLsae sLescrileodi itt thse i':iitilauint anst eeo mnltid Iy tarthle 'loulor oti eonr :cheabo attd I'. A. teihwat;e ol lhe 'd ilny of lMarch, 1let. to so care the iayvrttint of a cirtain lpromissory note tiadle by tlm to Francets ('. Ad.m. on the sanle day. fur *tiiui andi which "was on tile 21st day of April. 1tI, nllty assi:etll to Aunnieo C. Kusler as tlIscriied in the rcomplaint hotein. andl which in dui with inttrest thereon tfrom June 3. 18i1. at tile rate of 12 iir cent ier iantnium. and interest on ~527 from Fopt. 3, IvHi, andl interest ,n 27 frotn Doe. 3. ]Il]. nitl inlt rost on y27 fronl 1Marlch : IHF2, and interest os i27 from .June 3. 1b12. at 10 per cent per annulm. anud thiat ieliniseos convoyed by said mocice tIsgo ,y be sotl anid the proceeds thereif te ahldhii t o ttie pymont etf sasi notes andi interest thereon and corsts of suit. For fllrthr :.r,lculitrs rtfrence to thl com pltailt in ile i n I tr ,tiy dnt'. And you are hereby notified lhit if you fail to apper ane id answer Ier stil ctllittlailtt. as above rustire d. the said tlainlilt will ts t le. do 't lunti., ru .un appjly SI tilhe eturt for tile relief drstatlondst in ith . ctittmlssitlt. Stiven uinder sty hsandt sit the seal of the dLi triet cu.rt sif tilsi First jstlicial distrirt of Stss sta(t ot Montana. in and tsr the county of Lewis and ( torte, thtil .-) hi day o51 t ctli, r. in tSit. yeLr tl tr Itlri uo totiutatsi eight hunddrd c.l ninety-two. ta6t. i. JOHIN BEAN. Clerk Sly ('. W. lI'ttisit. Shoittty Clerk. .ohn V. EStly, attorney for ltaintill. HEilFlFF',4 tIAlA - SlY Vil'PUE OF :lN EX c ecution in my hands, issued ,altor tho distric't ir t the Sir-t judinit l ditrictr f lit statu of Mlonittana. ill tntS ftil' tse Cttlltty of Ss'wlWrl intl Hlitter. ee-t aritnrr its. h .. lltittr A, It lier, and Clarke .'ounFty, state of Alnltana. rig: !'!s er loit n tlllnll lr fiitty three ( i,it, sttrve nusterle n htt ne I shliay i nris eithte-.A.hit lt7.i. in loinstpi S toll (tls sit rlth oS )IrllgO flurs jIt wrest. TI`I .Mllnot llolenta ],loe Inining a .)d rllllsitc citillt, dersignated by 1 ht iuirvtystigelteralI a lot ans. 9 A. ranti iilt IL., ellllrai ngt l l rtititi n of sls - tion thirLty-i s ix (:it) in tawnship ten (:t) north lt rntgt four s vttor t. containilrtr clrtigi f (eccit I:et lifty-four-hunh'eathslof an aitrl-.c mre or 1,. Sfior a mttre earticuhtr dIstrittide staid itleti orty refrerence In lhereby irmade to I "U. 5. Also that certain idacor minin.r claim anll< I planls.s dolign.latt d b t, thi sIrvst yor-g(enieral as . lotnmuber lilty-thro, (eIr. oulbracilt a pirtills' of e-fctions thirty live i;) ani thirty- iusi list. 1 in township ton (llil norlh of i'ango hlur (i: vest. a or a t ll re ta rtlcl lar ulessripsion itt uais arts ierte rnsrsnco it itereby nailad to I~uok ' "U I r.' iya.l,+ 11 And that wr tlhirtsy (SOI fooet of lot nmnber ost aIllla dr sl and three (103i in tBlock utmbear ten (10s of the Iesac tite hadditr to i thati city of eltehn. 'logsthsr wititt lland sincuilar ithe ttnonmonts heIrolllamnt and a lpurhInalnca thoreunto bI hoAticot is Struby yiveni tfirt t ll Strfai , tS l nrldn day lIp lenll:.nr, A. D). 1892'. at thle Iltur` o 12 'tclclk nooin of arid day, at the fros nt iros)r 1 It sih Srit hesthtieldtee in the city rrf Ilelesn, Mrttani._ h will itI all ntie rgil, tictlu anil itlri'l - ti said Jt ol o,' eil n an tit ersti aaid a ibove r de tribed i 'rO Streity. ton thi hausiigh rirhith li.r wfsr nsh i rIn atrtdi. Gyiin under Ii ly iln this tile 12tih dcay l hi snla tf rcstr, A. D. 18 11.stls s.oi r ('lrAILEt Mt. JEFF.II al.i wherif. Biy ItuALn G. Jon)soN. D)eputy 8herll J. L. SMIIT.IT Freight and Transfer Lir I[IELENA, MeONTANA. Ail rlnd of irtehtls dlr and otril insit .i Snelsridl ores. dIromptlb trenstrred s Som lit dohiltOrdS rr will rilslt fprorpt c nilhd iiU hurt J. is ldst'e st tri i nd i t 1th dty..l F irst National Bank OF HELENA, MOlT. PAID UP CAPITAL, $500,000, BURPLUS AND PROFITS, $700,000 Designated Depository of the United States. Interoet Allowe I on 'liem I)eposlt+. tenteral Illnki in , o'ness 'I'rensactedl. tafety Ddposlt Uoxes for P. eL i)reactors $,T. IIAUSRI ........................ Preidlent K. w. KNIi4HT.......... ........5,1.1 . I 'I. H. ULKI,NCIIMIDT ....Ars shtat ( shwor (GE. 11. HIILL........econd Anssltant ('adder Uranville Stuart...............Etr,. grower E. W. lha h ............. .......hl..ro.nt J. (. t urtsu............larke,, Conratd Cu( ti It. H. Hamilton.................atall t i I. Alieln........Mining and Htioc',growr Chas. K. 'ella........................ Merc ant A. M. niolter.........A. . Holter Hardware o. Associated lankens Nortlhwsetern National Bank........Groat I ala lirnt National ank ...i .................liM s ,u'a First National Bank........................ uit M zrcharts National BANK, OF IELIENA. MONT. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. Paid in Capital, $350,000. Surplus and Profits, $90,000. L. H. HERSHFIELD ..................Prele nt A. J. I)AVIDON. ................ Vice-Prsidont LAhON HEIIIIFIELD............ ......Cashier Board of DI)recators Thomas Croe, M. Salnde, S. S. Hiuntley, A. K. Proscott, A. J. Davidesn. Moses Morris. L H. Hlcrshfield, Aaron tershtield. J. Swilzer. First-clasa City, County and SBtate Beoanrtlie bought and sold. 1'xchange issued on the principal cities of the Unitcd(tates and Europe. Iranafore of money made by telegraplh. lnterest aliowed on time deposits. Coilcotions Dromptly attended to. Lxoes for rant at reasonable prices in one of the best constructml fire and burglar proof safe deposit vaults in the country. ontana National. BANK, OF HELENA, MONT. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. Capital Paid in, $500,000. Surplus and Profits, $200,000. Directors, U. A. BROADWATERI................ Preeidsal 1.. (. 'IIPHELPS........ .........Vice-Presideni B. L. Mac:ULLOH........................ Caohie i. L. Smith ....................Assistant Cahie A. CG. Clarke. Herman Gan H. F. atlen, Peter Larsoa. C. W. Cannon, it. C. Walls D. A. Cory. Second Natiorna LANK. OF HELENA, MONT. PAID UP CAPITAL, $75,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $25,000 A General Banking Business Transacted. F.. D. Edgerton.....................President C. K I. Oi ....................... Vice-President GEOliiti L'oCh ILD........... a.....('ashiec JOSl0PH N. KENCK..........Assistant Cashier linnrd of Directors, J. B. Hanford, C. G. Evan% H. W. (hi . J. Jones. A. N. 'pratt. (Chris KRnpk, E. I). hdrton., C. K tol. G.sorn, U. Child. NC. 4408. H elna National BANK, OF HELENA. CAPITAL, $500,000. Transacts a General Banking Busi ness. SHIRLEY C. ASHBY. ..................President A. B. OLEMKiNTS................Vice-Prident FRANK BAIRD .......................... ashier Interest allowed on t m cepoesits Exchan:ge issue I on foreign couniti e. Irarlefer of money by tIleCgapi). i-i.t r(asi city, county and slate etc:;ritiLa o ught and sold. Collections promptly alttnd3d t Board or Directors: John T. Himphl,, bhir'e7 C. Ashby, 1'. \0*r,cAdow, Ifrank l:aird, ('har. V. \\ olis, J. P. Woolnan, E:. (. !l; clay. N. E Cullen, Juo. S. i, ,.dcnnhall, Abner l. 'lements, II. . F. rd, iceo. L. 'Tracy. " J. I'. I'rte. he Thomas Gruse SAVINGB BANK, OF HELE\A. [ncorporated Under the Laws o1 Montana. PAID IN CAPITAL, $100,000. IItHOMAS CHURE...... ......... Presihmlti FcANti It. Rit.E ............ Vi,'-Prnýideli WtVt. J. cOOKtI.......Asot 'I'rm a and .i'cr.ltary IPM. J S\VEENEY ... ... ....lro:saor Trusteen: Thomas ('ruso. Frank tl CrnOe, Wtin.. J. iok \\ mn..l. .wo.no, John lFagan. Allows 4 per cent. interest on Savings DDposit% moiniiniitde Jaenary mul July. 'l'ranosac t a general Ianking b.inneeas. D)ras iz.elcng.' on thLe principal l cties of the 1n iticd ainle d Ilii EIIrope. 1), ale in county nn city blond., and makes loiam. on ri at estart mortgages. Olien hours from 10 a. r. to 4 p m. Aleo,,n Siat! nlday and Monday eveninge from 7 to d 'i lu k. -THE-- ,merican National BANK, OF IIELENA. CAPITAL, $200,000. P. C. P'OWER ...................lPrhlent A. . 'il, l(t lAN.......... ......Vice ti'o ilo it A C. ,1 HNIt(N t' ................... .. .. . ashi·r lcO, F. ('OlE............... sitant t ahi DI)irectora. T. (C. Power. A.J. Kelttien. A. C. Jolnon.on, Richaid Lockey. James Bullican. Inlerent allowed on thim d.l(Rolts. 'xchannn' aued oiln princiccil citic's of thlt, I nitei C lot.", I ciatda 1I14 IFilroiO. TranIsfers i t1' tmeoacy iIti'lt| Lity, colunty an d eta' rcrstirLtime LOriigih ililhlll. STUDY LAW AT HOMER A\ Tm A OUGoSE .EN Trl 1 Iprague O'rreepeaidee* Ieheol of Law. (laserporated.) eand ten cents (m.tama) t for partic.lars to Sd. Cotner, Jr., 8ac'y. eI ma se W;ita.s loaek. D.,etret, Mlet A BROADCLOTH SALE .AT THE NEW YORK DRY QOODS STORE Our Broadcloth Sale this week will be attractive. A great surprise awaits you. Quantity and quality in abundance, but low prices will take precedence. We are just a little uneasy about Free Trade, hence you perceive our scare leads us to CUT, CUT, CUT, until prices are down to zero. West England Broadcloth, elegant new shades, SI 35 Worth $1.75 rer yard. Thii .woek': specil -alS.......... $ West England Broadcloth, black and colors, $i 85 Worth $2.50 per yard. 'This week' s:.- ocial sale............ S 1 West England Broadcloth, army and navy quality, 30 Worth $3.00 per yard. This week's special sale............ Tlcluding R ssial Band Trilinius to Matci. ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. THE NEW YORK DRY GOODS STORE, H .ELEN A, MONTANA. SUMMONlUN.-IN 'TilE DIMTRICT COURnT OtF l th Lirslt judicial district of tle state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. Northwestern rnaranty Loan Company, pi:in. titl vs. isorge 11. L'ghorn and brances I eg horn, defondants. 'Iho state of Montana sends greeting to tile above nanled d4e-fendants You are hereby ritjuiretd tt appear in an nation broulght, asaislt uos hb t he ahie no ntadl daini in the distict, eonrt of tise First judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewis ant 'larko, and to answer the complaint filed therein, within ten days (exclusive of the tday of service) after the service on you of this suet mons, if served within tLi rounty; or. if served onot o this county, bet within thisldistrict. wilhin ltwentydays: othorwiu within forty day. or judgment Iby default will be token abatnatyou accrding to the prayer of said compi.int. Le eraLst.. n 1* utog.lt for the Iourpoese of f r .co-ien certain moirtgayc. made and exo uot(d Iby (isorLs 11 Leghorn and L rancess I e, horn, healing date upon tihe 'th dlay of Atlgut. )ti'. to ont u I ito ptyn cnt of a certain pronlis ro:y noeo a-nd the r.ev,'al nlteo sives it ,it u ithreon:, made anod ao ciltet by the defenlalt" IIeori:, 11. Iltghoru to p,.intiff. the last il euil nio. c bearing dale utp In llthe "d day of I ehruanry. ,2., folr tilts hisum of .lO, lawful omen ye of te t:!mttet toteos, due on tile 25th day of . ugust. 1tr2, togethler witl interest thereon Iroun ntatur ity unti, paid, ider i..o in tht rtomp!laiut herein, and wihtch a~tid lrolmllsoary note is now tIuts alld I anblt. liler t Leitt duoo thereon the sum o lt.0i1t I'rilneill a tosether witll intere-t thqeten Ironm tie 2'"th daty of Arouut. 1892. at tee ratle tt to I per cent pir iannlunl: also for lthe soin a: F h7.ttHpsit for taxes upon na:l pltolbe tee aitiltt on ta ltith o:ay ot ltemitll er, 1lt. to iher wittt ittore-t thrton frot t ,aid lthth day tf :etot , slor. I &tL at thi rate of ten per etil tir anllinm, ad ablo for tht osulit if 13 lt at'or to' fels: retnd f, r nest of sll: that tthe l pre i: 1::": conveyed y n.aid mortgage be solo antis th proceods th loltf aittliDll ttIhtie Iltllllynt of said tnte. notontya extpid.d by plaintiff as aforesaid, and itots oIf ltit for tfultlher articulIars reference to the coul I pla nt on llst is L.rty, Um do. Il:d ill case such tlro i- di are Itnt tllttieiut to pay tle samno. tIen to otlonin ain .::Orlltison against the saiul ieorgt 11. I oehtr fotr e balance reoml ining due tno; ad slio tI at tait ddtendtont. anti all .trsons e altI ing by, tlhltotttlh. otr UtlIler thtnl. nay be lalreotl iand for.loseld ofii all right. title claim, lien, i-uuity of redetnlttion, and Intleresr in anti to said Ilortclgod pmelnisra: ttlan for further reld, i. i'And you are lherehy noti lied that if you tailt to i Iaptsr aunt nn-wi r ttie na:st cotntltitlt, na atttve reltteiretd, tlhe said plaliltif will take detait it trgaitnrt yt'on a:ll aptly to the court fotr thu relief Illtlualltdli tin t lo tt, tnplaint, Iiiven nudlle ltr lip nn'l altt the oltl of thle din triet soult nit ie -irat jedi-ial ditrit titt tt a tate ,if tonitanu. in anit for thl .... - - i'l:ulltt of lsts¥1a tltad ('larke, teal. irtlI thi l th tlar f Oatl er, it ttt . ,Itl tI, ist. l ltar of uir lord olle thounBll S'ort. eigIht huIlro amit ninaty-twt -I l,....-IN lAN, ter. Pt I'. W- lhiritts, tittsy to lek AIshliur li. I ardour. Attorney for Plaintif. UMMtINS. --IN TIE )II Hi llt'f CtO)lTOtF Stho biret judicial dittrict f tie tatte ift A.rtlntana, i:L ;,ndl foir llthe COunlIty tlf LewIs andtl lI ars.. atli, t Metrgert llader, plainltlilT, re. Jacob Ft. Snetle', ttl 'tlel ttit. lhit eate*ol ,",-Oalia stindt grouting t the 1tiii VO lIl tlUl~lt dli'ltntit tlll: it lia Ist-tr i la n Itii i l I " lti ,osr ill li1 an itios il t Ih i 5irct l nIrt I of h li't j tcil' dilr ' ii Api I to t lt tt lai nti l - t ati llttt rst t ls ltttit tlIlt tt utit thlllit-les e it lo r lli O t ieysof let 551-itI ii1 t ilvo th lit t ti i t illt 1l1d ,irth er alw ilt n itll II t itolllteltt t n t -lm tiit i Itrhl t ) il I l ist :1' Jti ' ti'll- ii i t tltt-t'i t ('ll lllll, ifl£ t i i IS. i frit it \tits lttl I thu t' llly l it i. I t l,, I'll' I i- tlh t ' ti t I·,ur~l 1iInielil 1,1 \~i -ill l-lt t till l tt ttti i Itti la l)l I -itlls ttelr ·it- is,-m Iitt il tla tll iti ~ktl itl i-i-Itt I act't * lrdil, \rl~l li t it. 1iay ttf t isita , l i 111 l,1 tue i i tl l (Zllli iti ttt ittl, tllils, i itu tilnetitd J r,,!itti Itiat. 5ti t itf tur, l L IIof illl III I, t .t .rL > Iesigllt htIto tl il i~ I nlll h, lllriu R I 0 ,',lhl- ;han rnil, I·, . tho ni arl agO i.4 m-111 I\\Ol .l yllll 1J i. U':t l, I I '.l ull ,h (hl ,tln 1 U1. h . dlly .liilllill M(itt.O rt ftr 1100 s +ltt l %ilq lltl~ lr heIII 1U( ni |o %, ,a ili~ii~irl lI d'l, ttivl h •,.liu L;·Alun,'om, ni ., PI'IOFEtSIONAIi CAIDS. Attorney at Law. Money to loan en improvo.l city and farm property. ASIIBURN K. IARBOURL. Attorney and Counsellor at Law. MaIonic Temple. - Helena, Montana, - ASSENA IBULLAIID. Attorney and Couneallor at Law. Will practice in all courts of record in the State. Ottico in told Elock, Ilelensa Mont. SIZER & KFE1RI. Civil and MIining Engineers U, S. Deputy Mineral tourveyors. Mineral pat its oetrilad. Cooms .8 and 1t, Atlas Building, ltela. a,Montani. DI: M. ROCK(MAN. 'lihybician, 8 rgeoon, Accotcher. Oculist, Auriet. Member of San Itranetiaee, Medical oc'otiy, also rtevada State! 'ia,:i ls Sotciety. (Otlce on Mailn street, ovr ct t'inmett Jewelry Store. i. D. L. CAliM1CIIAEI. Diseases of \Wo nt and Children Special Attention. IIelena, Montana. .,'lMMtINS- IN 'lIE IiI STRI('T Ol'rUTT (F t thre iro judit'i'l district of the state of Mottana, in and for the ctonty of Lewis and ,1t 1.t i :t.,'r:I. ,aietil,, .e. 'hthe o ;ho: Shen kolheltrr and I 1.. I : hi;enberg. diefendantr. Thii ttate of ll:titanea sends greeting to the abo.tre unitnedt dofelid:vtil Solt1 11r I hertllb rt ilireld to appeal r inan action lbrleirh eteit.' ytin, by the abovs namrtl itain tit1 ii toirlivtrita cut rt f i tho irice; jutlieial did tlie of ll tlo t Il Moita loltal. nll and for tllh ountllltv f lewis a,l Clarke. andt to antwL-er ti,, tol ltu Inia hut , II, t ar'n.. i, thin ten diays t'exitcla.slio f ti day of reviae) after hr o iervie Io you of l t li stalttitt , if .ert ed within I1i count, ,lr, if servel outl of Iles countIIi , bit witthil thl ldi trie twithin tveouty day.; otherwise witlhin tIore days, or ttldntoialt b) dtefatllt will ba takitnl againsiit -it, according to the Drayor tof wiid i t ull:uint. tli hol adltit ios Irolllt toi obtaiu a decr,., of thLii collt f(or the Iorce' urllol of n eertailn aort t1tia.'i ,ia , rihed lii t I eacia a. ampiatnt, nlid el t ttiauto t h ll ti l i td tfudit loails il tlte l 'Ith tiny ,.f l an. .A. IV t ,I to ecurt the paliluett of a certa;tinui l1u lc ira n.:) i dti tsel * Mayt, t h eIke..n rl t di .a ,a t hi'e b i :t f tt Ia o ia:,l. of 4att11, I aathh oaet' eltrhn bte.' taereof, t.rt II r ll at Ihi, ratlo f t" t or c ito ta;ainu, tlh lllnllu (d lt it un. eal ill tt anti 1:a,, tlh( . J:l:' ,i ,1,o:, 1 t , liL ut 1 l ilt lll l rne e n it this, a, ,lll io , ili tl,, sItu of l ,:il . I Kat, her Iper lnn.,ill ft' I :he1 1.th a11iy of tl. a . Ia Iil: thl, tr,'l r ti , , , lat, c.i In I illl tIoclit b ri.ea td ,itorllttan bio 0 tel l 1-. 11 u irton ,I~t-, pli t i or itartl , lt, rI: d l t a, Iw n t ale; i d alnt in th, (a' ial., ,,l I till.ahl~i l ,11111o tnl ,'it, ~t' lSti ll, l uatla e ,t tI li liiot l en1l . . e .til wo. l bl"ita,' n . , ill bl, ek lnu r lit''on,' no aid l.,l, anil blhck ate in lin terl.rd daaguaililldAll al.l .Citbed iti the plat ofl I dtl t ,apilto lt iil alddit ilti i hie tilo ,the h of lth . c tYtl ll t I e rd a r of .t ouiln of I tlll, atl t '0Irkt1 , t al I':o prl tlsall le ,ll' l 'tli I , .1 sI aid loortil aiego 1anll.) I tla lia and11 t11e Irorceva ia l i -,1 to (h 111 y ll. At of '.I rll"ranoisn i') tote, wills in1 oi Sl.t tIllellon, a 11, i Allo afurla,ai I., liiand Irt., af alit i.illtlaliit I i: i aalt' i aal tao.alrat il I Llt 10'll 1irolit o I re 1,a ai lt lhiorit o ;,ay th, e al ite, tll tol obtall ll l ti ,aa seutitn a lgalttt sraid dlt oliaind aoln, I,. tId rel lll tlnk l borI l all. i.lta ,.a lohak l. l oer , for iluh l al.ltr.,a rolntu illln g i l,', ni,,l als thati t it , d al et nialatiiri . tt tiiala I ia Orsoncl a ln rt blaae ,'. d irc~til, otr ,lile. r Ilta i,. laalaat o ilnrr t,,ui 'y i, f l ,dt ion, s td Intall Oe i llnd to u ,ali ti illged i remi'e, adl fo other nud further tilland yo aa hoalralai notilihd that if yon fail to a'1,D, at' trtd ann lat tillh .tIl , ,ll i 0t1in 1, it+ a-tW lhi tllrl l the a dl cahill apaliar lelt tO l th o r cl tat t iIt for I ao litiata dilaf~lalt In the .aid a ails. (ivaaill tldr y Italand lnitl lealtit the d[i i1nt1 oaf Montana. in and for the counity tof Ilew4 1,a1d I larke,. Ihll, 2th day of Oct. t lavtl ? aler. its the yoar of our Lord, iltrit olnle tlhulaind eight hundred awd hl. n JOHN EA, N.tl Cle 17 C. W. Ib1, Ton, Deputy k1r1A QUI HINESS S . AND " * NEATNESS Are two things which every body wants when he gives an order for Job Printing. The Independent meets these * requirements in every re spect. It has just added NEW AND FAST PREES,. NEW AND B!EUTIFIL TYPE, To its already fine plant, and is prepared to executo any order from a Circus Poster to a Wedding Card, without de lay. Worik for Minini Cooipanies Is a spe 'iaity on which we pride our.:elvs. We ire al. reatdy doug the work ior tilh bi! Colllpa llies of Montana and Idaho, but we still have room for nmore. Artistic Work, Low Prices, No Delay. Write us for estimates THE INDEPENDENT, IEI E.., MONT. .....................::: ::::::..«..._«"