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WHY SOLDIERS EAT MEAT.
When a nation sends armies into the field success or failure depends upon the mental and physical condition of those troops. Did you ever hear of soldiers subsisting on a vegetable diet? Never! Meat is their main stay-meat, and more meat. It is because meat builds up the mental and physical qual ities of the men, and better fits them for the arduous duties and hardships of a campaign. And what applies to a soldier in the field applies equally to you in your daily labors. Meat is your mainstay. We sell the best of meats, and are not boosting prices. Kramm & Bruen. Electric Lights. Malta will soon have electric lights, and in order to be ready for them when the power is turned on have your house wired at once. I will do any or all kinds of wiring, and guarantee my work. All kinds of Electrical Supplics and Goods that please. 0 OFFICE AT THE MALTA PLUMB ING COMPANY Phone your orders in to No. 65 and they will receive prompt attention. E. J. BUSH Automobile and Gas Engine Expert. low, 01 Notice of Publication. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Glasgow. Montana. October 17, 1914. Notice is hereby given that JOHN HACKEL of Malta. Montana, who on May 1. 1913, made homestead entry, Serial No. )18702 for SE'/ Sec. 13, NE¼, Sec. 24, Twap. 28 N., Range 29 E.. Montana Meridian has filed notice of intention to make final three-year proof, to establish claim to the land aboge described, before B. 11. Brock way. U. S. Commissioner, in his othice at Malta. Montana, on the 27th day of November. 1911. Claimant names as witnesses: Ernest Bruns. John L. Russell. Ernest Kirk man, William Iloepping. all of Malta, Montano. THOMAS R. JONES. Register. Notice For Publication. Department of the Interior. U. S. Lard OMier at Glasgow. Montana. Oct. 20, 1914. Notice is hereby given that WILLIAM D. LEGG', of Malta, Montana, who on April 1st.. 1911 made Homestead entry, Serial No. 0110559 for Waxk NEtV4. SEii. Sec. 19. S«'! NWt:. NV. 14 SW¾, Section 20. Township JO N., Range 31 E.. Montana Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Final Three year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before B. W. Brockway, United States Commissioner, in his office atMalta, Montana, on the 1st day of Dec. 1914. Claimant names as witnesses: Henry Kuhr. Emil Sandon, loseph A. Con tire and Frank Rhoda, all of Malta. Montana. THOMAS R, JONES. Retister. Notice For Publication. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Oftice at Glasgow, Montana, Oct. 23, 1911. Notice is hereby given that JOHN IIAGAII of Malta, Montana. who on April 4th. 1910, made Homestead entry, Serial No. 09648 for Southeast quarter (,), Section 6, Township 29 N., Ranse :32 E., Montana Meridian, has illed notice of intention to make Final Three year Proof, to establish claim to the land above des cribed, before B. W. Brockway, United States Commissioner, in. his office at Malta. Montana, on the 5th day of Dec. 1914. Claimant names as witnesses: James L. LeNoir, Rubin J. McCreary, James Kennedy and Cyrille Turmell, all of Malta, Mon tana. THOMAS R. JONES. Register Notice For Publication. Department of the Interior, U. S. Lang! 0311ce, Glasgow, Montana, Oct. 21, 1914. Notice is hereby given that GEORGE W. STUBBLEFIELD of Malta. Montana, who on May 23rd. 1111. made Homestead entry, Serial No. 015919 ,fn' West half ( !'), Section 34. Township 35 N.. Rangis 80 E... Montana Meridian, has filed notice of in tention to make Final three year Proof, to es tablish claim to the land above described, befort B. W. Brockway. United States ,Commissioner. in his office at Malta. Montana, on the 2nd day of Dec., 1914. Claimant names as witnesses: Grover Wait, Ole W. Simonson, Henry A. Johnson, of Malta, Montana, and George Dusiegan of Lovejoy, Montana. TfHOMAS R JONES, Register. Notice For Publication. Department of the Interior. U. S, Land Office at Glasgow, Montana, October 17, 1914. Notice is hereby given that WILLIAM R. COX of Malta. Montana, who on June 8. 1911, made homestead entry serial No. 0161131 fot NI8Vo, Nt/a SEt%. SH!4 SE¼ Sec. 32, and SW/ SW'%, section 33. Twp. 32 N., Range 31 E., Mon. tana Meridian. has filed notice of intention to make fitsa: nree-year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before 4. W. Brockway. United States Commissioner, in his office atMalta. Montana, oti the 26th day of November, 1914. Claimnant names as witnesses: Albert Southwick, Itufus Alaupp. Oliver Airschman, Louis Hirschman, all of Malta, Mon. tants. THOMAS Il. JONES. Register. Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Off0ee at Glasgow, Montana, October 13. 1914. Notice is hereby given that KARL P. MARTIN of Malta, Montana, who on August 1., 1911, made homestead entry, Serial No. 0111550 for Lots 1, :1, NEI4 NW'4 Section 27, Lot a9, 12, 14, Section 22, Township 33 N., Range 31 E.. Montana Meridian, has tiled notice of intention to make final three. year proof to establish claim to the land above described, before B. W. Brockway, U, S. Comi missioner at his oalice at Malta, Montana, on tih 25th day of November 1914. Claimant names as witnesses: Ransome Stickley, John Corrigan, Wi ilm II. Martin. John A. Nelson, all of Malta Motot anr. THOMAS H, JONES, Register. We have for sale cheap one organ tlid one sewing maclichlie. Both as good as new. Cail at our warehouse and see themt. Malta Mereintile Co. Lmntp rock salt for sale at Kiid fT's. Notice. Notice is hereby given that the annual meeting of the Stockholders of the Lower Milk River Water Users' Association will be held at the ollice of the Secretary of said Association at his office at Malta, Valley County, Montana, on the 7th day of Decem ber, 1911, between the hours of I o'clock p. in. and 4 o'clock p.m., of said ilay for the pur pose of electing three Directors for three years, two Directors for two years, and two Directors one year. andl for the purpose of transacting any other business that may legally and properly come before the mem tens Dated at Malta, Montana, November 5. 191 1. 4w30. 13. W. Brockway, Secretary. Notice To Contractors. Sealed bids will be received by the Town Clerk of the Town of Malta, Valley County, State of Montana, up to two (2) o'clock P. M. on the 10th day of November, 1914 for the construction of a ten inch lateral sewer on Front Street from Sixth Avenue to Seventh Avenue; also for the construction of a man hole on Seventh Avenue in the Town of Malta, Valley County, State of Montana. according to the olans and specifications on ale in the ofice of the Town Clerk of the Town of Malta, Valley County, State of Montana, ano in the of1ce of the Gerharz-Jaqueth Engineering Company at Malta, Montana. All bids must lie accompanied by a certi lied ch eck of ten (10) per cent of the amnontit bid. The ''own Council reserves the right to re ject any and all bids. By order of the ''own Council of the Town of Malta, Valley County. State of Montana. AItt.tN U. ARNoT. (SEAL) 'Town Clerk, Date of first publication. November 11th, 101i. [Non-Coal.] No. 031423 Notice For Publication. United States Land Office, Glasgow, Montana, November 12, 1914. Notice is hereby given that JAMES DEERING whose post-office address is Helena. Montana. has this 10th day of November. 1914, filed in this oflice his application to select under the provis ions of Sections 2304-7 1R. S.. lot 7, Sec. 28. Town. ship 22 north, range 32 east, Montana Meridian, containing 40.29 acres. Any and all persons claiming adversely the lands described, or desiring to object because of the mineral character of the land, or for any other reason, to the disposal of the applicant, should file their affidavits or protest in this office, on or before the 2nd day of January, 1915. THOMAS R. JONES, Register. Notice For Publication. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Glasgow, Montana, Nov. 17th, 1914. Notice is hereby given that J. ANGELA O'CONNOR of Lovejoy. Montana, who, on March 10th, 1910. made Homestead Entry No. 08613, for south half (Sti). Section to, Township 24 north, Range 29 east, Montana Meridian, has filed notice of inten tion to make final three-year proof to establish claim to the land above described, before A. F. MacArthur, U. S. Comtrplsioner, at his office at Lovejoy, Montana, on the 24th day of December, 1914. Claimant names as witnesses: George Morrison. Pearle It, Watson, Roman Gerber, Philip S. Simser, till of Lovejoy. Mon tani. Thomas It. Jones. Register. Notice for Publication Department of the Interior, U. S. Land OIlier at Glasgow. Montana. Nov. 17, 1914. Notice is hereby given that PEARLE B. WATSON of Lovejoy, Valley County, Montana, who on March 10, 1910, made Homestead Entry No 08(17, for S Et Sec. ,tnttnd NESS Sec. 10, Townshir 34 N, Range 29 If, Montana Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Three Year Proof h establish claim to the land above described, ter fore A. P. McArthur, U. S. Commissioner, it his officeat Lovejoy, Montana, on the 24th day of December, 1914. Claimant names as witnesses: George Morrison. J. Angela OConnor. Rtitt terber- Philip S. Simset, all of Lovejey, Montttlrn. 'IJIOMAS It. JONES, legister. NEWSIN MONTANA Events Happening in Various Parts of the State, MARTIAL LAW IS ABOLISHED State Troops Leave Butte After Spend ing Two Months in the Mining City. Martial law, which has prevailed in Butte since the arrival of the national guard on Sept. 1, was raised when the soldiers departed from the city last week. The state troops were sent there after trouble between fac tions of the miners' union had result ed in rioting. The governor's proclamation termi nating martial law and re-establishing the civil authority and the courts went into effect without any formality. LAND FILINGS ARE PILING UP Six Thousand Homesteaders Settle on Montana Claims. Over 6,000 homesteaders settled on land in Valley county since the begin ning of the year, according to reports which have been issued front the Glasgow land office. The exact number of filings up to Nov. 1 is 6,667. Two-thirds of the filings are upon 320-acre tracts and only about 350 filings are upon Fort Peck Indian reservation land opened a year ago. With two-thirds of the filings on 320-acre tracts and the remainder on 160-acre tracts the total land which has passed from the government to homesteaders the last ten months is nearly 2,000,000 acres. Most of the land Is held by bona fide farmers who are already putting it under the plow and who expect to make permanent homes here. ALLIES ARE AFTER HORSES Montana Scoured for Mounts for War ring European Troopers. Montana horses are in great demand for the allied troops and have ad vanced in value by leaps and bounds in all parts of the Treasure state. In the Beaverhead sectJon, near Dillon, English buyers have paid as much as $75 a head for animals that were con sidered only fair range horses. A firm at Deer Lodge has signed a contract with the French buyers for the early 8 delivery of 3,000 Montana horses. The e order is the largest ever placed at one time in Montana. One owner in south ern Montana has agreed to round up 1,000 animals that will meet the re quirements of the French inspectors now in the state. SOCIALISTS IN LEGISLATURE Preacher One of Two Who Won Seats in Montana. The official count in Silver Bow county shows two Socl¶7Tsts, one a clergyman, edged in upon the legisla tive delegation. They are Rev. L. A. Bechtel and Alexander Mackel, city attorney. The ten other places on the delegation were won by Demo crats. Another surprise was the official count showing the suffragists had failed to carry Butte by thirty-four votes. Suffrage, however, has won in the state. OPIUM RING IS UNCOVERED Explosion at Butte Kills Chinaman and Reveals Evidence. Officials believe they have un covered an extensive opium smug gling ring in Montana and throughout the Northwest as a result of the kill ing of Dr. Mon Toy, a Butte Chinese physician, and the injuring of Sing Sue, a merchant. The two Chinese, apparently start ing a tong war, were preparing a bomb when one of themt dropped a bottle of nitroglycerin and an explosion fol lowed. PIONEER MINER ENDS LIFE J. P. Cosgrove Shoots Himself at Butte After Rising From Bed. Arising from his bed and seating himself on a chair .1. P. Cosgrove of Butte, a prospector and leaser, coam initted suicide by shooting. That financial troubles did not wor ry Cosgrove is evidenced by the tact that $450 was found in the pockets of his clothing, in bills of small denom ination. SUFFRAGE COUNT DELAYED Montana Canvass Will Be Made In December. Advocates of equal suffrage inter ested in the outcome of the vote on this question must wait a long time before they learn the fate of their cause. The official canvass of the returns, will not be begun until the first 'Mon day In Lecemiber. Aviator Falls 500 Feet. Chesterfield, S. C., Nov. 15.--Franh J. Terrell, an aviator, was instantly killed here while making a flight at a county fair, Ills aeroplane collapsed at a height of 500 feet. Official Notice. Notice is hereby given that on the 10th day of Novembe1. A. 1). 1911, the Town Council. of the Town of Malta, Valley County, State of Montana, passetd certain resolution of in tention to create Sp ecial Sewerirtprovement District Number Se-en (7) for the Dtrliose of inakingthetfoti clig improvements in said district; to wit: 'IO construct :ii eight inch lateral sewerot '-ioer Street between First Avenue and Fourt 1 Avenue, togiether with 1man-hialls, fittsh admts and other ne erobsry accessories The estimated cost of cinstructing said im provements is 'l'so I how-and S-yvi'nty I,. tars ($2o70.1(i ) blei me entire dit tri-ca t , an lit costs and expeilsi's are to be assessed lid special assessment against the prolwrly em braced in the sail Stiscial S ' wer intprove ment District, at.' the cost Ihereit shau le assessed against t he entire district. eacIt lot or parcel of land within the said district to be assessed for that pirt of the whole cost which its area 1 sacs ti, the aruea of the entire district, exclulive uI streets, aleys, aind puib lc places. Said special assessment shall be pald i n eight (8) annual installments extenihing over a per iod of eight ) years, That said splutton of intention is number 26, and is on Ilk i. the otliceof the'Town Clerk of the Town of Mlalta, Valley County. State of Montana, to which fora description of bound aries of said district reference is hereby made. That the Town Council of the Town of Mal ta, ValtdytCounty, State of Montana, will be in session on the sth day of December, 1914, at seven o'clock p. in, at the office of Tressler & Kirton in said town, at which time and place the Town Couilef will hear objections to the final adoption of said resolution, and at which time and place any person or persons who are the owners, or agents of owners, of any lot or parcel of land in said Improvement district, who shall within fifteen days after the publication of this notice, have delivered to the Town Cleric of the Town of Malta, a protest in writing against the proposed work or against the creation of said Special Sewer Improvement district, or both, shallhave the right to appear at said meeting. either in personor by counsel, and show cause, if any, there be, why the improvements proposed to be made, should not he made or why said special improvement district should not be created. By order of the Town Council of the Town of Malta , Valley County, State of Montana. (SEAL) ALLIN G. ARNoy, Town Clerk. Date of first publication. November, 12, 1914. Official Notice. Notice is hereby given that on the 10th day of November, A. D. 1914, the Town Council of the Town of Malta, Valley County, State of Montana, passed a certain resolution of intention to create Special Water Improve ment District Ntunber Three (3) for the pur pose otmakin g the following improvements in said district., to-wit: To construct a six inch water main on Park Street from Fifth Avenue to Seventh Ave nue in the Town of Malta. Valley County, State of Montana, together with hydrants. gate valves. plugs and appuretenances. The estimated cost of constructing said im provements is One Thousand Six Hundred Ten Dollars (flel0Afe) for the entire district, which costs and expenses are to be assessed by special as'essment against the property embraced in the said Special Water Improve ment District, and the cost thereof shall be assessed against the entire district, each lot for parcel of land within said district to be assessed for that part of the whole cost which its area hears to the area of the entire dis trict, exclusive if streets, alleys and public places. Said special assessment shall he taid in eight (8) annual installments, exteniint over a period of eight years. That said Resolution of Intention is No. 27. and is on tile in the othcie of the Town Clerk of the Town of Malta, Valley County. State of Montana, to which for a description of the boundaries of said district, reference is hereby made. I That the Town Council of the 'l'uw of Mal ta, Valley County, State of Montana, will be in session in the sth day of Deceimler, 1914, s at seven P. M. at the othice of iliressler & Kirton in said town, at which time and place 1 the Town Council will hear objections to the final adoption of said resolution, and at which time and place any person or persons s who are the owners or agents of owners of any lot or parcel of land in said improve ment district, who shall, within 1I days after II the publication of this notice, have deliver [ ed to the Town ('lerk of the 'T'own of Malta, a Protest in writing against the proposed Y work or against the creation of said Special e Water Itmprovement Dtstrictt. or both, shall have the right to appear at said meeting e either in person or by counsel and show I cause, if any there be, why the improvements lampico,_Montana. On the main line of the Great Northern Railway, and situated 12 miles west of Glasgow, Montana The new townsite of Tampico, Montana, is in the heart of Milk River Valley, bordering on and * adjacent to over 6,000 acres of irrigated land and I 40,000 acres of bench lands. Price $25.00 and $35.00 per lot. These lots are worth twice this amount now, * and as the town is rapidly growing lots here ought to be a good investment. LOTS NOW ON SALE Rundle Land & Abstract Co. (INCORPORATED) CAPITAL - - - $25,000 Glasgow, Montana. proposed to ire made, should not ht' made, or why sitld Special imI troiettmint I istrict should not be created. By order of the Town Council of the Town of Malta, Valley County. State of Montana. ,LIAl.N I:.'laRu~r, (SEAi) TI'Itr ItCtlk. Date of thst ,tublit'ntionl. No . 1leth. I1i I Notice of Contest. lepar I nii o thi Intirior, '. hit1.s i it-e n's-a. I'ott iset': WILLIAM STIN LY who uie;\(.s nits'. TIowcner- ("~nty. Y,,rt11 11;ittit La. tat~. hs Pt. ,iitt' tir iti tte I''" Od ,Iii Oct.;;1. II01, fiile if) th1it ollie his dtul} c"< ' roborateti aplicacitn to contest and stilt re the cancellation of your loImite ad etti. St'riatl No. ti::tti)0! tmia e May th. t1tt13. Ii, El NW,. NBi WIV, w Nw! SI;, XL,. i-a. :12,WAVzNWV1,tection :13, Townlshill :s N., H. 21),, EMontman Meridian.. and as grounds for his Ottntutit lie alleges that said Charles Huber died in Malta. Valley County, Mon tana, on or about the 19th day of December . 19t1, That between the tlate of said entry and the date of the death of said entryman mnorethan six months had elapsed. that dutr ing said time the said entryman did not es tablish his residence upon said land nor made any improvements thereon. That since the date of the death of said eltryman no heirs or legal representatives have made any improvements upon or cultivated any part of said land. That if said deceased - entryman has any heirs they are unknown to this adflant and after due and diligent inquiry he is unable to find any such heirs. You are, therefore, further notilied that the said allegations will be taken by this 01oice as having been confessed by you, and your said entry will te canceled thereunder without your further right to be heard there tin, either before this oifice or on appeal, if you fail to tile in this office within twenty days after the FOURTH publican of this no tice, as shown below. your answer, under oath, specifically meeting and responding to these allegations of contest, or if you fail within that time toltile in this office due proof that you have served a copy of your answer on the said contestant either in person or by registered mail. If this service is made by the delivery of a copy of your answer to the contestant in person, proof of such service must be either the said contestant's written acknowledgement of his receipt of the copy, showing the date of its receipt, or the aflfdav It of the person by whom the delivery was made, stating when and where the copy was delivered: if made by registered mail, proof of such service must consist of the affidavit of the person by whom the copy was mailed, stating when and the post offcee to which it was mailed, and this affidavit must be ac companied by the postmaster's receipt for the letter. You should state in your answer the name of the post office to which you desire future notices to be sent to you. EDWARD C(. HAROADINE. Receiver. Date of first publication November 5th, 191-1. second ~ 2Th, 1914. S third -.19th. 11114. fourth " " 26th. 191t. THE COMFORJABLE WAY. 4 Corrected to May 31, 11114. GOINO VE No. 1 Through train to the Paiclic coast I1:32 a.nt I. No. 223 1-lyvre and I reat Falls local 11:4(1 lnit. No. 3 Through train to the Pacilic coast 11: 11, win-. GoINi EASe No. 2 Through train to Twi in Cities and Chicago 5:22 hilt. N. 224 Gt. Falls to Glasgow local 3:5S psis. No. 4 Through train to St. Paul--Minneapolis 7:23 psin. Professional Cards I DR. R. E. DEVNEY DENTIST Oflike: Edwarde A Mc~Lellanr flcr Hfour.--9 to 12: 1 to 5. Phone No. :" Matta, ,Monhana DRS. CLAY & BLANKENHO. N Physicians & Surgeons FICE: HIICK SIDEN I: I Malta, oi A cordial invitation is extended to at) r ing brethren. M. A. Olson, Pres. ('ha;. Wolfe, asse x T. J. BURWELL Licensed Embalmer AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR Calls answered at Arcade Hotel. A. L. LEi-AND, D. C., Chiropractor Rheumatism, Nervousness, Constipation. Liver. Kidney and Bowel troubles successfully handled. OFFICE: One block south of Schoolhouse Electric Wiring and Construction T. J. 1U)flY. N.E. Lighting Plants mInd Accessaries. KALISPELL - - GLAS4)W A. J. MACARTHUR U. S. Commissioner and Notary Public LOVEJUY .. . MONTVA !sA A. S. HANSCOM ' :ENGINEERING . S. " ~AND 0 : SURVEYING : Designs and Surveys ** * For Irrigation Systems, Towin'site l'lat F ring, Land Surveys and Location of Prop' - * erty Lines. Office: Edwards & McLellan BlocI . MALTA LODGE NO. 72-MIeets evet r l VtWednesday evening at hall in I ita.'i. State Bank building. Visiti.] Mbrethren pp lways welcome. E. i. 1 ehteppleman, N. G.; G. A. C'hnis . bet's, Sec'y. 112nd',