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Mrs. Robert R. Keys.
Fraty May Keys, wife of Robert R. Keys, died at the family home west of town Thursday night. A lingering illness of consumption was the cause of death. The funeral was held Sat urday afternoon, the service being conducted by Rev. T. H. Barker, a large cortege following the remains to the last resting place in beautiful Riverview cemetery. Mrs. Keys was 30 years of age. She came to the Bitter Root in 1898 and married Mr. Keys December 5, 1898. Besides her husband she is sur vived bÿ her mother, Mrs. Irvine and three brothers, Charles B. Wesley and William Irvine. Mrs. Keys was a gentle and loving daughter and sister and a faithful wife. Her untimely de mise is mourned by a wide circle of friends. Dr. Rinehart, the Anaconda dentist, will be at Hotel Hamilton from Feb. 17 to March 1. See adv. 17-tf Skin Disease of Twenty Years'Standing Cured. I want you to know how much Cham berlain's Salve has done for me. ' It has cured my face of a skin disease of almost twenty years' standing. 1 have been treated by several as smart physicians as we have in this country and they did me no good, but two boxes of this salve has cured me.— Mrs. Fannie Griffen, Troy, Ala. Chamberlain's Salve is for sale by the Corner Drug Store. Adv ___ (_ Dr. Rinehart, the Anaconda dentist, will be at Hotel Hamilton from Feb. 17 to March 1. See adv. 17-tf Keeping Open House. Everybody is welcome when we feel good; anfJ we feel that way only when our digestive organs are working prop erly. Dr. King's New Life Pills reg ulating the action of stomach, liver and bowels so perfectly one can't help feeling good when he uses these pills. 25c at the Corner Drug Store. Adv c z - o po S «5 m 2 j r? G) L AbRAHAiVi LiiMCüLiil. The sixteenth president of the United States was bom in Larue county, Ky„ In 1809 and was assassinated by John Willses Booth at Washington April 14, 18G5, shortly after beginning his second term as president. He prac ticed law for many years at Springfield, 111., and served one term in congress. He was the first successful candidate of the new Republican party. Lincoln's great work was the preservation of the Union by defeating the Confederacy In a four years' war, an incident of which was his proclamation of emancipa tion for all slaves and the final settlement of the slavery problem by elimina tion. Breaking the Laugh Record ! 33 A Screamingly Funny Farce founded on the MERRY HOOSIER LASS' Visit to The Metropolis THE GREATEST LAUGHING PLAY SHE HAS HAD IN YEARS I Lucas Opera House Feb. 18 Hiram, Mandy, Zeke and John Will Help with the Hilarity "You can't stop a trolly car by standin' on thé track." "SIS" Adirissicr 25c, 30c, ,75c a ad $1.00 / Suffering and Dollars Saved. E. S. Loper, of Manila, N. Y. says: "I am a carpenter and have had many severe cuts healed my Bucklen's Arni ca Salve. It has saved me suffering and dollars. It is by tar the best healing salve I have ever found." Heals burns, sores, ulcers, fever sores, eczema and piles. 25c at the Corner Drug Store. Adv For Sale or Rent. A 160-acre farm three miles west of Victor. R. W. MARSH. P. O. Box 35. Victor, Mont. MAN TORTURED FOR 33 YEARS.'' Suffered from Disease of the Skin, but Found a Cure at Last. A story written in the own words of the sufferer has just come from Cov ington, O., which has caused a big stir among skin specialists and among those suffering from Eczema and oth er forms of skin diseases. George Flammer of that city, an old and hon ored resident, suffered from Eczema for 33 years before he was able to find a cure and was then saved from furth er suffering by D. D. D. Prescription. Here is what he says about it: "I had Eczema for 33 years and two bottles of D. D. D. Prescription com pletely cured me. I know that this sounds strange. I can hardly believe it myself, but it is the gospel truth. As soon as I found out what D. D. D. would do I hunted up two of my best friends, Mr. Shuman and Mr. Rank, both of whom had Eczema. Both of them are nearly cured, and Mr. Rank has used only seven bottles. It is a wonderful remedy." D. D. D. Prescription is a liquid remedy which gets right at the roots of such diseases as Eczema, psoriasis, salt rheum, barber's itch, etc. It doctors the skin where the skin needs to be doctored, tt kills the germs and the itching scales fall off, leaving the skin fine and white. We know that this remedy is ab solutely reliable and that it has cured Eczema and the patients appear to be cured forever. Come in and let us give you a booklet on dieting, bath ing and other necessary things if you are a sufferer from skin disease. C. S. Kendall. VYdv News of the County. Continued from Page 1.^ see Florence Roberts in "Zira." Jos. Bowden and Carl Magni left this morning on a trip which will take them through the coast states and western Canada. The basket social given by the la •dies of the Methodist chnrch was a highly enjoyable affair and brought S15 to the ladies' treasury. A party of Corvallis young people attended the initial performance of the t rick horse "Hamilton" at Ham ilton last Wednesday night. Harrison & Blakeslee to Entertain. Harrison & Blakeslee, who have al ready given two delightlul dances at the skating rink.^have arranged to give a series during the spring sea son. They will occur Feb. 28, Mar. 7, Mar. 17 and Mar. 27. Kennedv's orchestra, popular throughout the county, will provide the music. The boys are royal enterainers. 17-tf. John A. C. Burch Dead. • - Hi ghly Respected Pioneer Passes Away at His Willow Creek Home. John. A. C. Burch died Sunday at his home on Willow creek after a lin gering illness of cancer. The fu neral was held yesterday from the ho me, being conducted by Rev. G. C. Beery. A large number of sorrowing rel atives and friends followed the remains to the last resting place in Corvallis cemetery. "Uncle John" Burch, as he was af fectionately known throughout the Bitter Root, was born in Marion coun ty, Missouri, May 15, 1834. He entered the Confederate service at the out break of the Civil war and served un til its close. Mr. Burch was married twice. He came to the Bitter Root valley in the early eighties, his family following shortly after. The deceased^ is survived by a faithful and loving wife, one brother, V. Burch of Stev ensville, and eight children: Mrs. John H. Hawker. John M. Burch, H. A. Burch and R. L. Burch, of Cor vallis; Mrs. J. D. Byrd of Darby and Mrs. Oscar Logan, Mrs. A. Hollings worth and Mrs. Robt. Howatson, of Butte, and numerous grandchildren. Mr. Burch was an honorable and upright citizen, highly respected by all who knew him, and his death is mourned by a host of friends through out western Montana. Allots Money to Schools. State Superintendent of Public In struction W. E. Harmon has made the annual apportionment of school funds to the various -counties. There are 73 249 school children in the state, and for each the apportionment is Ï3.10 The fund is derived from sales and leases of lands granted to the state upon its admission by the general government. Silver Bow leads in the number of pupils. Cascade is second and Lewis and Clark third. The table prepared by Superintendent Harmon showing the number of school children in each county and the amount they will receive is as Follows: Number of f3.10 per children. capita. Beaverhead..... .. .1,413 $ 4,380.30 Broadwater..... ... 701 2.173.10 Carbon.......... .. 3,429 10,629 90 Cascade......... . ..6,708 20.794.80 Chouteau........ ... 2,443 7,573.30 Custer ......... 6,122.50 Dawson.......... .. .1,480 4,588 00 Deer Lodge...... 9.854.90 Fergus......... .. 2,833 8,782.30 Flathead ....... .. 4,553 14,114.50 Gallatin ..... .. 3,845 11,919.50 Granite.......... ... 856 2,653 60 Jefferson ........ . . .1.302 4,036.20 Lewis and Clark ...4,997 15,490 70 Madison......... ... 1,9T5 5,936 50 Meagher ..... . . 522 1,618.20 Missoula........ . ..3,734 11,575 40 Park............ ... 2 601 8,063.10 Powell .......... .. .1,116 3,676 60 Kavalli.......... ... 2,699 8.366 90 Rosebud......... ... 749 2,321 90 Sanders ........ ... 673 2.C86 30 Silver Bow..... ..12.866 39,884 60 Sweet Grass..... 3,022 50 Teton .......... . . .1.015 3,146 50 Valley.......... -.1,532 4,749.20 Y ellowstone..... .. 3.068 9.150 80 Total......... The Jumping Oil Place. " Consumption had me in its grasp; and I had almost reached the jumping t.fi place when I was advised to tr\ Dr King's New Discovert ; and t want to say right now, t saved ntv life. Ini pr< vement began with the first bottle. and afler taking one di zen bottles I was a wed and happy man again." sat s George Moore, of Grimes!and, N. C. As a remedy for eoughs and colds and healer of weak, sore lungs and for preventing pneumonia New Discovery is supreme. Trial bottle free. Adv [ COFFEE The dealing is simple. If you don't like Schil ling's Best, it costs you nothing. Your rrocer returns roar money it you don't Ilka Ui we pay him. Receiver's Sale. In the District Court of the Fourth Judi cial District of the State of Montana, in and for Kavalli county. Anaconda Copper Mining Oompany. Plaintiff. versus hitter Root District Irrigation Co.. 'Defendant. And n. S- Bora. Intervenor. The undersigned. Lee E. Wolgemuth. re ceiver of defendant Bitter Root District Irrigation Company, under and by virtue of a decree of the said district court of the Fourth Judicial District, in and for the county of Kavalli, state of Montana, made and entered January 23d. A. D.. UK'S, will on Tuesday, lhe third day of March. A. D., 190N. at the hour of 11 o'clock in the forenoon at the north door of the court house in Ham ilton. Ravalli county, Montana, sell, as di rected in said decree at public auction to the highest bidder in one lot or parcel, the equity of the said defendant Bitter Root District Irrigation Company in and to all the property, options and contracts for the purchase of real-estate, estate, rights, rights of way. franchises, contracts, privileges, choses in action and effects which at the time of such sale are In the possession of the receiver of said defendant company, or to which the said receiver or said defendant company may be in any wise entitled, with the exception of moneys in hand or In bank, and unsold bonds, and all and singular the property, options and contracts to purchase real estate and effects of whatever kind and character acquiied by the said receiver by menus of money borrowed upon receiver s cert I tlcHtos or otherwise, a brief description of which is as follows: The ditch or canal and the right of way for the ditch or canal of the defendant com pany as t lie same Is now cqtistrueted or sur veyed onto and over, and »running through, section thirty one, township three north, range twenty west; sections two. eleven, fourteen, twenty-three, twenty-five, twentv six and thirty-six, township three north, range twenty-one west; sections one, two, eleven, twelve, fourteen, twenty-one, twen ty-three, nventy-six. twenty-seven, twenty eight, twenty-nine, thirty-one, thirty two. and thirty-five, township four north, range twenty-one west; sections three, four, nine, fifteen, sixteen, seventeen, eighteen, nine teen. twenty, twenty-one, twenty-two. thirty and thirty-one, township Hve north range twenty west; sect Ions twenty five and thirty-six, township iive north, range twenty-one west; sections one. twelve, thirteen, fourteen, twenty-three, twenty-six. thirty-four and thirty-live, township sift north, range twenty west: sections one, twelve, thirteen, fourteen, twenty-three, twenty four, twenty-live, twenty-six and thirty-six, town-hip sevep north, range twenty west : sect ions five, six. seven, eigh teen. nineteen and thirty, township eight, north; range nineteen west; sections one. twelve, thirteen, twenty-four, twenty-five, twenty-six. thirty-five and thirty-six. town ship eight north, range twenty west; sec tions two. three, ten, eleven, fourteen, (if teen, twenty, twenty-oue, twenty-two. twenty-eight, twenty-nine, thirty-two and thirty-three, township nine north, range nineteen west; sections three, four, nine, ten. fifteen, sixteen, twenty-one. twenty two, twenty-five, twenty-six. twenty-seven, twenty-eight, thirty-five and thirty-six, township ten north, range nineteen west. Also all rights, puvileges and franchises fertile use of water, t-rsorv ir sites, dam sites and all dams, reservoirs, d'tehes and canals connected therewith, and particular ly a certain appropriât iou of water from and oilier rights m and to Lake Como, aporoved by the Secretary of the Interior, locating t In fill me and reservoir as follows- The initial point of I lie survey of the proposed reservoir is station number one from whh-h tlie one quarter seel ion corner bet ween Sections twenty-nine ami thirty-two, township four north, range twenty-one west. Montana meridian, oears north twenty-one degrees twenty minutes east, nine hundred fifty eight t- et distants The initial point of the survey of the proposed flume is station min her two. from which the one quarter 'potion corner between scellons twenty nine and I iiirty- two. township four north, ra 1 1 gc I w en I y-nne west hours north lliirtv one degrees.'t. went y -I ine minute- east, nine hundred four and four tenth.s feet. The terminal point of said fI unie is stntion n um her eighteen, n point on the section line be tween sections tw < ni y -sight and twenty nine township four north ra nt e I went v-otie west, from with It the me quarter section corner between said sections twenty eight and 1 wenty-nino. bears north n*> degrees four minutes west, eleven and seventy four otii'-lmndredtlis feet riis'nnt. being a total area, of reservoir of eight hundred -event v tw-oand twenty-six one hundredths acres, and a tot at b-ngt it of flume of eight tutndred sixty four one-lhousandths miles. Also lhe rigid to the use. pos ession and' control of four hundred cubic foot flow per second of itie waters of Lake Como in said Kavalli county, and state of Montana, for irrigating tind other purposes, notice of tin appropriation of which, dated March third one thousand nine hundred and five, was filed by E. li. Kilhurnim the fourth day of Mardi, one thousand nine hundred and five, at nine o'clock a. in., and recorded in book four of Wilier Bights, on pu go forty-seven of the toroids of Ravalli county, stale of Montatm. which said right lias been assigned and now belongs to the company Also all lia- right, tit le and interest of the company in and to thirty tt-ottsa d inches of the water of t lie Bitter Boot river, as located or appropriated by E. li. Kilbut-it on t lie ft ft It day of August, one thousand nine hun dred and Hve. anti recorded on the twenty fifth day of August, one thousand nine hun dred and five, in book four of Water Bights, on page fifty-five of lhe records of Kavalli county state of Montana, and a- eonxeyed by tlie said E. li ixilburn and wife to the company by Instrument dated the seventh day of D. eetnber. one thousand nine hun dred and five, and filed for record on the fouithdnyof lanuary. one thousand nine hundred and six. at ShOft o'clock a. m.. and recorded in book five of Deeds, on page two hundred seventy font-of the records of lia vulli county, state of Montana. Also, all rights to the use of waters from Rock creek, Best Horse creek nnd Lick creek, appropriated by or in In half of the said Bitter Root District Irrlgat ion company or any person in iis behalf, or the i onto Irri gatlon company, or any person in its behalf. Also, the following described real proiter ty: The southwest quarter of section four, the northwest quarter, the east half of the southwest quarter, and the south half of the southeast quarter of sect ion nine; the south west quarter of section fifteen : tlie west half the southwest quarter of the northeast quarter, the South half of the southeast quartet, and Ihe northwest quarter of the southeast quarter of section sixteen, and t he not Ui half of seel ion twenty-one. in tow nsliip four nortIt. range twenty-one west;thesouth west quarter of lhe soul beast quarter of sec tion fifteen; the south half of the northwest quarter. 1 lie north half of the southwest quarter of section seventeen; tlie southeast quarter of section eighteen; the north half of tlie uoitliwcst quartet-, the northwest quarter of Ihe northeast quarter, and the southwest quarter of section twenty-two, all in township five north, range twenty west ; the north half of the southwest quarter of section ft nil-teen ; the east, half of tin* north west quartet-, and tlie north half of die southwest quarter, section twenty-three all in township six north, range twenty west ; tlie southwest quarter of the southeast quarter of section elexen. the northwest quarter of section twelve; the nort Invest quai ter of tlie northeast quarter; the north half of the northwest quartet ; the south west quarter of the northwest quarter, tlie northwest quarter of tlie southwest quarter, and the sont hwest quarter of the southeast quarter of section fourteen; the southeast quarter of the northeast quarter, the north east quarter of the southeast quarter of sec tion fifteen; tlie east half of the southeast quarter of section twenty-two; tlie south half of the southwest quarter, the west half of the southeast quarter, the south half of the northeast quarter, the northwest, quar ter of the northeast quarter of section twenty-three; and tlie- northwest quarter of 1 he northwest quarter, the northhalf of the northeast quarter, the southeasrquartei- of the northeast quarter and tlie northeast .quarter of the southeast quarter of section ihiily-five. all in township seven north range twenty west; the west half of i he northwest quarter, of section eighteen; tlie west liait of the northwest quarter, and tlie uorlli liai f of tlie northeasi quarter of sec tion nineteen; the south half of the north west quarter ; ml thiS-nst half of the soutli west quarter of section seventeen; and the north half of the northwest quarter of sec tion twenty, all tn township eight north, range nineteen west; the easi-half of the northeast quarter, anil the southwest quar ter of ihe southwest quarter of section thir teen; tlie east half of tlie soul beast quarter, and tlie southeast quarter of tlie northeast quarter of section fourteen, the east half ot the northwest quarter, the east half of the northeast quarter, the southwest quarter ol the northeast quarter, aud the uorthwest quarter of tliasoutlieast quarter of section twenty-three; tlie north half of section twenty-four; the noith half of the southeast quarter, the southeast quarter of the south east, quarter and tlie southeast quarter of the iiortheast quin tet-of section thirty-five all in township eight north, range twenty west: the west half of the southeast quarter. and the northeast quarter of the southwest quarter of section five, and the southeast quarter of section six, all in township nine north, range nineteen west, and the south ndlf of the southeast quarter of section w vt * owus *'*P he 11 north, range nineteen Also the following described lands subject to completion of purchase payments: Tlie west half of the northwest quarter, the southeast quarter of the northwest quarter and the southwest quarter of the northeast quarter of section t wenty-one. township Hve north, range twenty west; lot four, the east half of the southwest quarter, the west half of tlie southwest quarter of the southeast quarter of section one; lot one of section two; the east half of tlie northwest quarter quarter, the northeast quarter, and tlie north half of the southeast quarter of see tion ten; the southeast quarter of section thirteen; tlie east half of tlie northeast quarter, tlie northwest quarter of the south east quarter, tlie southeast quar ter of the southeast quarter. and the south half of the north east quarter of tlie south east quartet of section fourteen, and the soutli half of section fifteen, all in township six north, range twenty west; lots two. three and four, and the west ha'f of the south west quarter of section two; the soutli liai f of tlie northeast quarter and the southeast quar ter of section three; the southwest quarter ot section eleven, tlie south half of the south west quarter of section fourteen; tlie nortli naif of tlie nortli east quarter, tlie southwest quarter of the northeast quarter, and the northwest quarter of the south east, quarter of section fifteen ; the north east quarter of section twenty-two; the northwest quarter and the nortli half of tlie southwest quarter ot section twenty-three; tlie east half of the north west quarter, and the west half of tlie Dortiieast quarter of section twenty-six ; the southwest quarter, and tlie west half of tlie southeast quarter of section twenty-seven; the north east quarter of tlie southeast quar ter of section twenty-eight; the northwest quarter of the northeast quarter of section thirty-four and the south half of the south east quarter of section thirty-five; all in township seven nortli, range twenty west; the southwest quarter of the northwest quarter, and the uorthwest quarter of tlie southwest quarter of section one; the east half of the northwest quarter, the southwest Quarter of tlie northeast quarter, the east half of the northeast quarter, and the nort h east quarter of tlie soutli east quarter of sec tion eleven; the northwest quarter of the southwest quarter of section twelve; the northwest quarter of the southeast quarter, tlie nortli half of the southwest quarter, tlie southwest, quarter of the southwest quar ter of section twenty-six aud tlie southwest quarter of the southeast quarter of section thirty-five, all In townsuip eight nortli, range twenty west; allof section two; lot one, tlie southeast quarter of tlie northeast quar ter. the iiortheast quarter of tlie southeast quarter, the soutli half of the northwest quarter and lots three and four in section three; lot one, the southeast quarter of the northeast quarter aud tlie southwest iiuar terof section four; the south half of the southeast quarter, the southeast quarter of tlie southwest quarter of section five; the west half of section six; tlie nortli half of the northeast quarter of section eight; the north half of tlie northwest quarter, tlie southeast quarter of the northwest quarter, tlie north half of the southeast quarter and the south half of the northeast quarter of section nine; tlie soutli lia If of section ten; the southeast quarter of tlie northwest quarter, the soutli half of the northeast quarter and t lie soutli half of section eleven; the north half of sec tion fourteen ; tie- southeast quarter of tlie northwest quarter, and the northeast quar ter of the sou til west quarter of sect ion eight een, till in township nine north, range tiltie t eti west; the east half and tlie southwest quarter of section one; tlie northwest quar ter of the northwest, quarter, the eas- half of the northwest quarter, and the northwest nun rter of the northeast quarter of section twelve, all in township nine nort It. range t weiity west : 1 1.....list half of the southwest quarter of section nineteen ; the soul It half of the south half or section twenty-three: Ute soutli half of the southeast, quarter of the northeast, quarter, the north-ast quarter of southeast quarter of the not tie .ml quarter, I lie nort lma..st quarter of the southeast quai - 1 er amt I lie soutli half of tile somli halt of section twenty-four; the west hull' of tlie northeast quarter, the southeast quarter of t lie non le- .si quarter, tlie northwest qii:y ter aud tile south ha lf of section twenty live; till* northeast quarter, the east hipf of tin no id Invest quarter, the sou til west quarter of the nortiiwi st quarter tlie northwest quar ter of tin- southwest, quarter ol section twenty-six; lots one. two. three and lour, the east lia if of tin-nort liw st quarter thesoutte east quarter of the southwest quarter, and the soul Invest qua,rter of the soin beast quar ter of section thirty ; the nortli half ot the mirth lia I ! of section thirty-one; lie- south half of lie- northeast quarter, amt the south east quarter "f-seelhm thirty-1 h tee ; the south lia If and the east liait of the northeast quarter of section thirty-four; tlie west halt ot tlie northwest quarter, the northwest o al ter of the southwest quarter, and the soutli lia I f of the south half of sect ion tiiirty tive. all in township ten nortli, range nine teen west : the east-half of the east half of section twenty-five, township tea nortli. range tw.-nty west; the east half of section sixteen, township six north, range twenty wist: lot one the southwest quarter of the northwest quarter, tlie northeast, quarter of the southwest quitter, and the southeast quarter o' section two; the southeast quar ter of the soutlieastquarterof section eh ven; the s fut Invest quarter of section twelve; the northeast quarter of the northeast quarter, the southwest quarter of the northwest q .ou ter, the southeast, quarter of tlie nortli -ns 1 quarter, the northwest quarter of Lite soutli -.■ast quarter, and the southeast quarter of the s utheast quarter of section fourteen, t lie soutliw, st quarter of the southeast quar ter of section fifteen; tit" northeast quarter of the northeast quarter of section twenty thtee; the east half of the northeast quar ter, the northeast quarter of thu soitllu-as quartet' of section nventy-six; the northwes' qu rter of the southwest quarter, and tin soutli half of the soutli west quarter of sec tion thirty-six, all in township seven north range twenty west; the northeast quarter ol the southwest quarter and lots three ant four in section nineteen, township eight nortli, range nineteen west; the southwest quarter of the southeast quarter, the south half of tlie southwest quarter of section thirty-six In township eight nortli, range twenty west; the southeast quarter of the northwest quarter, and thu southwest quar ter of section s - von; the southeast quarter of tlie northeast quarter of section eighteen, township nine no tit, range nineteen west; the east half of the northeast quarter, the northeast quarter of the southeast, quarter of section thirteen; tlie soutli half of tlie southwest quarter of section fourteen, town ship nine nortli. ratig§ twenty west; the soutli half of the no-th half, and Ute south half of section thirty-one, township ten north, range nineteen west, and all of sec tion thirty-six, township ten nortli, range twenty west. Also, all contracts heretofore made and in existence between said company and any person or persons for tlie purchase or sale of property of any kind ami character whatso ever, and for the furnishing of material, or construction of work undertaken by it. Also, ninety-seven shares of the capital stock of the Como Irrigation Company. Also, four steam shovels complete, with ex tra parts and repairs for the same; six hun dred seventy-six thousand, nine hundred sixty feet of lumber In pile and in camp buildings, and trestle and Munie structures; all groceries and camp supplies and camp utensils, blacksmith tools and blacksmith supplies, machine shop t6ols and supplies.wu gons,buggies,dumpwagons,steel and iron pipe and pipe-fittings, steel and iron, chains, steam drills complete with hose nnd fixtures and steam fittings and extra parts traction engines witti extra parts and repairs, nails, oil, plows, powuer, hydraulic pipe, harness and extra parts, platform scales, saws, axis, tents, lifting jacks, wrenches, tongs, and all machinery of every kind and nature used in the work of constructing the canal of said de fendant company aud all supplies incident thereto, hay, oats, coal, warehouse buildings, two automobiles, and 4ti head of horses, a more particular description of which person al property is contained In the inventory on file with the clerk of said district court. said property will be sold subject to the lien created bv u certain trust deed executed by said defendant company to tlie Royal Trust Company and H. E. Ambler, trustees, securing first mortgage bonds or said defend ant company in the amount of two hundred sixty-three thousand dollars, and to the lieu of a certain trust deed executed by said de fendant company to tlie Chicago Title and Trust Company and William C. Nlblack, trustees, securing second mortgage bonds to tlie amount of two hundred fifty thousand dollars, but free from the liens, rights and equities of all other parties hereto, and with out tlie right of redemption. Any purchaser of the property directed to be sold by suid decree, or any part thereof, will be allowed six months front the date of the confirma tion of the sale and delivery of the deed, as herein provided, to elect whether or not to assume or adopt any of tlie contracts sold with tlie property, and franchises of said de fendant company. A complete survey of tlie various proper ties to be sold will be on fite aud subject to inspection, in the otfice of said Receiver, in the town of Hamilton, state of Montana, for at least ten days prior to the date of such sale, and a complete inventory of said prop ■■■■■■■■■■■■■I erty will be found on file and subject to in spection in the office of the clerk of the above styled court in Hamilton, Montana. Fach person intending to bid on said properths will be required to deposit twenty-five thou sand dollars in cash, or by certifiedcneck from some responsible bank, acceptable to the receiver before the hont- of said sale, as evidence of good faith on the part of the bid der, and to be by the receiver returned to him in the event that ills bid is not accepted and approved by said district court, and to be ap plied in part payment in the event of the ac ceptance and approval of the bid, the balance to be paid upon the approval and acceptance of the bid by the said district court, and the making and execution of such deed and con veyance and assignment of said property as shall be directed by said court bv the receiv er: provided no hid shall be accepted fora sum less than fiftjk thousand dollars. Refer ence is hereby made to said decree for fur * her particulars of said sale. L. E. WOLGEMUTH, Receiver Bitter Root District Irrigation Company. Dated at 11 amTton, Mbntana, the 23d day of January. A. D. lflOs. 37 Order to Show Cause Why Order to Mortgage Real Estate Should Not be Made. In the District court of the fourth judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for Ravalli <• ttniy l it Re Estate of O. F. Spooner, deceased. Stella S' miner, the administratrix of the estate of O. F. Spooner, deceased, hiving filed her petition heroin stating thnr it is necessary to mortgage the whole ot the real estate of said decedent to pay the unpaid balance of the purchase price thereof with the accrued interest due thereon amount ing in ail to tile sum of. to-wit. $4 l.">n, and praying for an order to mortgage ail the real estate of saitldlecedetil for the n trpose therein set forth, winch said real estate consists of 330 acres of land described as fol lows, to-wit: Southeast quarter; east half, southwest quarter; soul beast. quarter, notthwesl quarter: southwest, quarter, northeast quarter, all of seel ion 34 i 11 town ship S nortli of range 30 west M. M. It is therefore ordered, adjudged an 1 de creed, that all perrons interested in t.ii,. es tate of said deceased appear he for t said court on Saturday, the 29th day of February, 190*. at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day. at the court room of said cio^it at the court, house in the County of KavallT. to sli w causa if any they have, why an order Itould not bo granted to said Stella Spooner administra trix afoiesaid. to mort gave all and the whole of said real estate . 1 tlie deceased, and that a copy of this order lie served on all persons interested in said estate at least ten days before the time appointed for said hearing and that a copy hereof lie published for Tour weeks successively in The Western News, a newspaper printed and published in said Kavalli county. State of Montana. II. I,. MY EUS. Judge. Charles M. Crutchfield and Charles 8. Wagner attorneys for petitioner. l -4t Order to Show Cause Why Order of S tie of Real Estate Should Not be Made. In the districtcourt of tlie fourth judicial district of the State of Montana, in and for the County of Ravalli. Tat the matter of the estate of Ja m s W. Lewis, deceased. Joint Lewis. 1 he administrator of the ea tato of Jiin.is W. Lewis d .sod. 1. ivttig tiled Ills petitinn therein si 11 i 1 i Cm ii is necessary to sell the whole o - ~'"iif |. ir ion of t lie rea I e-t ate of said tic,s' ! ni fop.,.- idle délits of said decedent and ti ex pen es of administration, and prayi g for an or 1er of sale of the personal pcopet 11 and the real estate of the said decedent for the per poses t luo-yin set fort It. It 1*. t hcret'ore ordered, by t iie i> dye of s lid court, t lint :i l poison** in• « • st.-il . n the estate of-aid dee used* a pp. i r before said distr'ct court 01 Monday. \ h in Ii day of l-'ohriiarv. HUS. at in o'clock in !u* to rtiooii nf suid dnv. H Ii • court r.Mi* ici- 1 dis - 1 riet com ' u t t ho •Oltrt bouse 1 ; th" | 0 it y of Ravalli, to s! *>,\ <' 1U*.'* wll an 0 • > •hlm» ! d not 1 m* gt mteil io 1 ht s lid Kill! t r.itor to *-<dl -, t Miufli -t \ tic , ! estate of Hie said decease. as shall n,. e ssai v/aiid that n c * -1 > '/ uf this or : r .< i> imhi.i 1 ly M-rvi ii .ni , 1 11 ,1 *, »ns i n ten *• 1 O' 1 hi said es til«* ' it |o:is 1 to? i|;iys h ! in the dav • p point« d f .r s id > ring, or h niltiisae i at li ttst loll 1 ■ou r. > VC vvt •'lie H s ei n News, a tiew-p p r pt 'luted mm.' ou hi i h» 1 hi said Ravalli com ' . r* 1 . : 1 ■ t I on » iiiiU. Dated dan. 21. 1 ' II . ,RY L M'l ; ' ' .» iifigfl. W I' Baker alter icy for t be |ii dm'If la-41 ** NO! » «JE TO 0 HUIT KS. h'siuto »f He it y Müler. ,1 ». Not i. 0 is hot r i »v gi von >y i no iiiu.ii 1 .* i l<HÏ : s ( •< iW.j . ûilniiuis r 1 1 »n* wit !>J b>* vi ll Îtmi* \e » • t ntr of I loin y **!'<•«. le ern-öd to 1 In 'editors t f und nil !.. 1 ns h j 1 v i n g etui " • : Mist, lh •. ssiid 1!. cous UV exhibit them ..iii the îccc.-is:* ry . • ra t ion of tills n, it ice. to tlie sail id r , l.or at. 1 lie olll.-e , o' 1 M . <Tiitelill.'l'i 11 >t • ;a valli County Bank li Biding in tl it. Montana, tlie same being tlie pi;,. • for 1 in transaction of nie business of ,,ld 1 -t ite, in the count >• • f Ravalli TIIOMA8 COW v N T . Administrator with the will annexe . 1 f (die esi a.i e ot lirniv Al i lier, deceased. Dated Jan.37, I'd s. I -, ORDER TO SHOW CA USE WHY ORDER < e SALE Of REAL ESTATE SHOULD NOT BE MADE. In the district court of 1 he fourth judî 1 district of the State of Montana, in an . .*:• the County of Ravalli. in the matter of the estai« of En d A. Yoiingniun and James L. Youngnmi. de ceased. d d. Bond, the guardian of the est ' oof dames L. Youngmait aud Fred A You« uiani minors, having filed his petition herein tilt ing Unit it is necessary to sell tile who a or son.e portion of the real estate of sa I do ccdeiit to pay for their maintenance ui 1 «d ucaiiou anti the ex py uses ol ad ml n str tt Ion, and praying for an order of sale of he wh ile the real estate of tlie said minors for the purposes therein set fourth. It is therefore ordered, by thejuigeof said court, that all persons interest -d in the estate of said minors appear before said district court on riiiirsdav, the 13m dav of March, Bins, at It) o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at the court, room of said dis: rict court at tlie court house in the County of Ravalli, to show cause wtiy au order sit,ml l not be granted to tlie said guardian to sell so much of the real estate of the said de ceased as shall lie necessary, and that ae îpy of this order lie personally served on alt persons interested in said estate at east ton days before the day appointed for said h air ing. or be published at least four successive weeks in The Western News, a newspaper printed and published in said Ravalli county. State of Montana. Dated February 11th, liJOH. 17-41 HENRY L. MYERS,Judge. ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WHY ORDER Off sale of real es i'ate should % NOT HE MADE. In ihe district court of tlie fourth judicial district of the state of Montana, iu and for the Couuty of Kavalli. In tlie matter of the estate of John 1Î. Snyde 1 deceased. II. F. Babbitt, tlie administrator of the estate of Jouit R. Snyder deceased, having filed bis petition herein stating that it is necessary to sell tlie- whole or some portion ol tlie real estate of said decedent to pay the debts of said decedent aud tint expenses of administration, anil praying for an order of sale of the whole the . eat estate of said de cedent for the pui poses,therein set foutli. It is therefore ordered, by tlie judge of said court, that all persons interested iu tlta estate of said deceased appe r Itefore said district court on I'liursday. the 13th day of Mardi, llMJb., at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at the court room of said district court at the court house i 11 the County of Ravalli, to show cause why an order should not be granted to Lite said administrator to Stil so mach of the real estate of the said deceased as shall lie necessary, and that % copy of this order be personally served on all persons interested iu said estate at least ten days before tlie day appointed for said hearing, or be published at least four suc cessive weeks m The Western News, a news! paper printed and published ia said Kavall county. State of Montana. Dated February 11, l'JOS, 17-4t HENRY L. MAKERS, Judge. What to Do With Bilious. 3-3 The tight thing to do when you feel bilious is to take a dose of Chamber lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They will clease the stomach and reg ulate the liver and bowels. Try it. Price, 25 cents. Samples free at the Corner Drug Store. Adv