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ment Agency We furnish help of all kinds promptly. RANCH HANDS OUR SPECIALTY. 'Phone 545 LEWISTOWN, : : MONTANA M ARTIN J. FEENEY Attorney-at-Law Office with E. A. Foster; in Wise Building when completed LEWISTOWN. MONTANA p.a.beinnett REAL ESTATE BENCHLAND, MONTANA List your land with me—T am in position to get results. FARM LOANS NO DELAY B. E. STACK (Near First National Bank) Lewistown, : : Montana You will love to hear that there is a meat market in this city that can furnish you with just the kind of meat you desire at all times. It is the Slater Bros. market. Prices are right, too. Reliable Assay Work Is always done at our office. Why take a chance? We make correct assays or analysis of all the principal ores and min erals, including cyanide tests and coal analysis. Gold and silver re fined and bought. A. L. HAWKINS & CO. Office 207 5th Ave. Notice tothe Public Let Us Figure With You On Your Cement Work Whatever Kind You May HaVe to Do 'Phone your orders to 64—2 or drop a card to box 802, city. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Seventeen years' experience in this line of work. 'PHONE 557-2 JOHNSON & SEVERSON C. W. JOHNSON, Manager GEO. R. CREEL UNDERTAKER LICENSED EMBALMER Calls answered promptly day oi night. Both 'phones No. 2. 508 Main Street Lewistown, Montana J. W. Hughes Contracting Mason Estimates furnuked on Stone, Cement and Brick Work All Work Guaranteed Lewistown, Mont. EVERY PLEDGE IS OCRATS HAVE MADE A GREAT RECORD. SPEAKER CLARK SAYS THAT DEM Long Special Session Comes to a Close Much to the Relief of the Weary Members-Taft's Veto of the Cot-1 Ril , Launh ton Bill Provokes Derisive Laugh ter by the Majority Members. - Washington Aim 22—Chamn Clark Washington Aug. 22. Champ Clark, speaker of the house of representa . ~ At this session the democrats have made a record which has surprised our friends and dumbfounded our tives, in a review of the work of the first session of the Sixty-second con gress, declared that the democratic party set a good example for demo crats everywhere and that the party had redeemed every promise it made in the campaign of 1910. enemies," said Speaker Clark. "It has put heart and hope into dem ocrats everywhere. The extra session was extraordinary, not only in the sense of being a splendid session . . called by the president, but also 111 the amount and quality of the work done in the house by the combined democrats and insurgents, and the combined democrats and republican veloped by the house democrats. ue...^e....o ...... ..„u u ..vuu insurgents in the senate, and especial ly by the unanimity of action de It was predicted freely, vociferous ly, enthusiastically and confidentially by the 'stand-pat' press and orators that we would go to pieces. On that account and by reason of that hope they rejoiced that the extra session of congress was called, so that we might go to pieces at the earliest pos sible date. But we have sorely disap pointed all their expectations. "We have set a good example to democrats everywhere. Sneered at for years as a party of mere negation and as being utterly lacking in ability for constructive statesmanship, we passed through the house more constructive legislation, and better than has passed through any house in the same length ot time in 20 years. e lave set the pace in that regard for future hoas es T ti . t ........ 'Notwithstanding the fact that four cabinet members were on the floor of the house, lobbying in avoi o presidents veto with all of their pow er, allurements and patronage of the administration to help them influence votes, 22 insurgent republicans had the courage and manhood to ovem e — the president's veto. We honestly and persistently en deavored to relieve the people of some of their burden of taxation, but the president would not have it. To use sporting phrase, 'He blocked the game.' On these issues we appeal to the country, feeling absolutely certain that as we have stood manfully for the best interests of the people, the people will stand by us." The four cabinet officers to whom the Washington, Aug. 22.—The first ses sion of the Sixty-second congress end ed today and immediately* the depar ture of members began. President, Taft joined with the several hundred tired legislators in leaving and tonight official Washington, comparatively, was deserted. Every out-going train bore senators speaker referred as having been on the floor of the house when the tariff revision vetoes were pending in that body, were Attorney-General Wicker sliam, Postmaster-General Hitchcock, Secretary of War Stimson and Secre tary of Commerce and Labor Nagel. and representatives homeward bound aiter an extraordinary session ot con gi ess that stretched over 1-1 days and set the liveliest pace of any legisla-' tive session in >eais. The adjournment was featureless de spite the strenuous activity that had gone before. The president vetoed the cotton^ tariff revision bill, just as he had vetoed its predecessors, the wool and the free list bills. The veto went only to the house, in accordance with tom, and there its reception was tom, ana tnere its reception was marked by democratic laughter and republican applause Democratic Leader Underwood, amid a demonstration, formally thanked the few republican members who voted with the democrats to pass the tariff revision bills. Democrats then ran across the aisles to shake hands with republican insurgents, The cheering and pounding of desks in the democratic side was protracted. As soon as he could be heard Mr. Underwood announced that as the democrats did not have the two-thirds majority necessary to pass the bill over the veto he would merely move the printing of the veto and the ac companying papers and their refer ence to the ways and means commit tee, of which he is chairman. The house agreed to this fixed course. With the committee the matter will rest until the whole subject of tariff revision is renewed at the regular ses sion of congress in December. PUBLIC LAND AND MINING PUBLIC j c | - If you are interested in any contest or any matter before the Interior De partment, write to Clark & Wright, registered land lawyers, 902 F Street N. W. (opposite Gen'l Land Office), Washington, D. C. Free information about contests and where to obtain scrip, locatable upon public lands, without residence or cultivation. Notice of Contest States Land Office, Lewistown, Mon tana, August 22, 1911. To Jim Vondrak, of Montana, Contestee: You are hereby notified that Frank Spika, who gives Deerfield, Montana, as liis postoffice address, did on August 21, 1911, file in this office his duly corroborated application to con test and secure the cancellation of vour Homestead, Entry No. 0T028, Serial No. 0702S, made September 21, 1009. for EU S\Vy 4 , SE (4 SE%, Sec. 7, S\Y >4 SWVi, Sec. 8 , NE% NW( 4 , N !-2 NE 14 , S\V >4 NE' 4 , Sec. IS, Tp. 17 N„ R. 15 E., Montana Meridian, and as grounds for his contest he al leges that the said Jim Vondrak has Department of the Interior, United t — t—j „ . . _ .•— T ewistown Lewistown, abandoned said land, and that the j same is in its original wild condition. uncultivated, unimproved and unin . said J1 " Vondrak ab . sent said land for more than six months last past. \on are, therefore, further notified that he said allegations will be taken ^ tbis , offlce as having been con fessed by you and your said entry will be canceled thereunder without | your further right to be heard there in, either before this office or on ap peal, if you fail to file in this office within twenty days after the fourth publication of this notice, as shown below, your answer, under oath, spe cifically meeting and responding to these allegations of contest, or if you fail within that time to file in this office due proof that you have served a copy of your answer on the said contestant either in person or by reg istered mail If this service is made by the delivery of a copy of your . ans " ei , to tbe contestant in person, proof ot such service must be either the said contestant's written acknowl j edgment of his receipt of the copy, j 1 showing the date ot its receipt, or the 1 j affidavit of the person by whom the ! 1 made by registered mail, proof of , ------ ... ...e , . . yy WUUU1 IUC delivery was made stating when and where the copy was delivered; if such service must consist of the af ■ fidavit. of Hie person by whom the copy was mailed stating when and the postoffice to which it was mailed, and this affidavit must be accompanied by the postmaster's receipt for the letter, You should state in your answer you desire future notices to be sent to you. C. E. McKOIN, Register, Date of first, publication, Aug. 29. ,, „„ , . Hi® " a "!.°L . th0 post , offl ce to which Date of second publication, Sept. 5. Date of third publication, Sept. 12. Date of fourth publication, Sept. 19. Alias Summons. In j ust ; ce Court, Big Spring Town ship, Before Edward Brassey, Jus tice of the Peace State of Montana, County of Fer gs william H. Fergus and Robert B. Fergus, as co-partners doing business under the firm name and style of per - 1 gug Brothers> plaintiffs, vs. Eddie A. Swingley an(1 Elmer Ne i SO n, as partners doing business under the firm name and style of Swingley & Nelson Defendants.-AHas Summons. The State of Montana Sends Greet ings to the above-named defendants. You are hereby summoned to ap pear before me Edward Brassey a Jus ice of the Peace in and for Big Spring Township, in the County of Fergus, and State of Montana, at my office in Lewistown, in said county and state, on Saturday, the 30th day ctllLl hLalc, Ull Oa till tlcLy, LlltJ OUHl Udj „ „ , of September, A. D. 1911, at 10 o clock o jm.^oT'sald day? then ' anY 'therein make answer to the complaint of Wil liam H. Fergus and Robert B. Fergus, the above-named plaintiffs, in a civil action 1 ' The' said action is brought to re cover judgment in favor of plaintiffs and against defendants for the sum , warp£ . „ nd merchandise sold ^ d ded ' prpd b v plaintiffs to defen a " d ^^red J* 1 ^ ^uest betw'een Novem • August 1 1911 which M agreed to nav plaintiffs agr A t., ow if of One Hundred Eleven and 82-100 Dollars on balance of account for yQu fai j tQ appear aad answer , judg t w j R be taken against you, Eddie Swinglev and Elmer Nelson the ££ n £5S according to tke sa j d complaint, and for costs of guit jn tkeir bebaR expended. Given under lny hand this 21st day . August A. D. 1911. EDWARD BRASSEY, Tustice of the Peace j n and f or Said Township. First publication Aug. 22-4t cus-__*___ Order to Show Cause Why Order of Sale of Real Estate Should Not Be Made. In the District Court of the Tenth Judicial District of the State of Montana, in and for the County of Fergus. State of Montana, County of Fer gus, ss. In the Matter of the Estate of Thomas L. Burke, Deceased.—Order to Show Cause Why Order of Sale of Real Estate Should Not Be Made. S. W. Pennock, the administrator of the estate of Thomas L. Burke, de ceased, having filed his verified peti tion herein praying for an order of sale of the real estate of said decen dent for the purposes therein setno , forth. It Is Therfore Ordered by the Judge of said Court, that all persons inter ested in the estate of said deceased, appear before the said Court on Thurs day, the fourteenth day of September, 1911, at ten o'clock in the forenoon sald da y* at the court room of said Court, at the Court House in Lewis town,' County of Fergus, State of Mon tana> t0 sbow cause why an ordei sbou i d no t be granted to the said ad ministrator to sell so much of the real estate of the said deceased at either private or public sale as shall be necessary. And that a copy of this order be published at least once a week for four successive weeks in the Fergus County Democrat, a weekly news paper printed and published in said Fergus County. The following Is a description of 1 ^. . the leal and personal property here inbeforc referred to, which is sought to be s ' ul in the said petition: Tlu , Qf XE , 4 and N% of SE y 4> tlon ten ( 10 ), and NW(4 of of section eleven ( 11 ), town ship : ixteen (16) north, of range twenty t>ast, containing 160 acres, with t! improvements thereon. Also the Illue Bird placer mining claim, situated in Maiden gulch; also cyanide tanks and cabin upon placer claim, two stoves and cooking uten Dated, Lewistown, Montana, August 12 , 1911 . E. K. CHEADLE, Judge. Edgar G. Worden, Attorney for Petltl "" er .' ,. irr . * llst l )lll) iicaUcm Aug * l0 ' 0t Summons. In the District Court of the Tenth Judicial District of the State of Montana, in and for the County of Fergus. Katherine Holloway, Plaintiff, vs. Samuel L. Holloway Defendant Summons. The State of Montana Sends Greet ing to the above-named Defendant. You are hereby summoned to answer the complaint in this action which is filed in the office of the clerk ol' this Court, a copy of which is herewith served upon you, and to file your answer and serve a copy thereof upon the plaintiff's Attorney within twenty days after the service of this summons, exclusive of the day Q f service; and in case of your failure to appear or answer, judgment will be taken against you by default, for the relief demanded in the complaint, The said irtinn i* l.rnmrht to ohtnin a aecr<»o dissolvin'- the bonds of matrimony heretofore and now cxist i ntr i , P |„ V(111 n u . n i n i n Hfr md the de fc ndant upon the ground'of habitual intoxi dlBquallty him a gmlt portion of the time from attending properly to his fdHiUllt llpOIl tilO gfOUIld Of ll intemperance in the use of eating drink to such an exten business, and upon the further ground of wilful neglect in failing to provide plaintiff with a home and the com mon necessaries of life by reason of the idleness, profligacy and dissipa tion of the said defendant, each of the ' forpgoing i )avil)g continued for more than one year immediately prior to the commencement of this action, and upon (he further ground of extreme cruelty, by the repeated infliction of bodily injury, as will more fully ap pear by the complaint on file herein, which reference is hereby made, and for costs of suit and general re j| e f Witness my hand and the seal of said Court, this 5th day of August, 1911 (Seal of Court) JOHN B. RITCIT, Clerk By SAMUEL L. PRATT, Deputy Clerk, Wm. M. Blackford, Attorney for 1 Plaintiff. First publication Aug. 8-4t Alias Summons, , t , district Court of the Tenth 2e State S Montana , in and for the County of Fergus B * stack, Plalntiff> verS us J. S. Hoy , RebeC ca C. llovis; W. H. Hop k , ng and A Hopkins, co-partners, bus i ness as Hopkins Brothers; * Lehman & company, a cor poration; Fergus County Hardware • T A Ol,,,.. Company, a corporation; J. A. oiiep 1 , . ... i, , n ard and Addie Shepard, his wife, De , , . — to the above-named Defendants You are hereby summoned to anawe r the complaint in this action " 1 ®,, „r vMt .h u here on tne Riainun: attorney wimm twenty days after the service of this summons, exclusive of the day of ser vice; and in case of your failure to appear or answer, judgment will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded in the complaint. This action is brought to obtain a i'endants.—Alias Summons. The State of Montana Sends Greet of this Court, a copy of which is here with served upon you, and to file your answer and serve a copy lere . . J the Plaintiff attorney within judgment and decree of this Court de daring that a certain warranty deed made, executed and delivered to the plaintiff by the defendants, J S. Hovis and Rebecca C. Hovis, liis wife, dated July 11, 1907, and recorded in the of fice of the Clerk and Recorder of For gas County, Montana, July 15, 1907, in Book 28, Deeds, at page 26 thereof, and a certain bond for a deed made, executed and delivered by the plain tiff and his wife to the defendants, T s Hovls bpar i ng da te the 13th day f T . 1 o n7 rpr0 rded in the of ^^Ve Jleik and Recorder of F'er County Montana, July 18, 1911, . mntracts to Convey, at ' thereof' the consideration | ' ald dped being tbe sum Fifteen Hundred Dollars! was in . , , , . n ., rt i P ^ an d for to SPCllr P p tbe paym ent of , " B _ . * ,.i„ npf i t. v j g H ovls and Re deendan , • ' f „, f ^' Ca TI C „ 19 Hundred Do . 907, Payable h f tm. ^ntoreJt t he the plaintiff and the n erest to be. !!' er p ° n ' th p holder ,bat he If the owner a _ , of the said promissory " ote and that setno part of theconsideration forwhM j™ ^Iven has been paid excepting the sum^ of Seyen Hundred T'«ery nine and 13-100 Dollars paid thereon, and the plaintiff has at all times kept the lands embraced in the sa d war ranty deed and the bond for a dee free and unencumbered and the rec ord of title now stands in his name, and that he is ready, able and will ing to turn over to the defendant, J. S. Hovis, by sufficient conveyance, the j said real property, upon the payment to him of the balance of the principal . sum, together with interest due upon the said promissory note, and the costs of Insurance and taxes and oth er items advanced by the plaintiff. Plaintiff alleges that there is now due upon the said promissory note and the moneys so advanced, the sum of Thir teen Hundred Eighty-nine and 71-100 Dollar"; that the said deed and bond for a deed may be, by the said de cree, declared to be a mortgage, and that the same may be declared a first lien upon the property mentioned therein; that the same may he fore closed and sale had of the property described in the said deed and bond for a deed, for judgment against the defendants, J. S. llovis and Rebecca G. llovis, in the sum of Fifteen Hun dred Eighty-nine and 71-100 Dollars, including the sum of Two Hundred Dollars as Attorney's fees for fore closure, and prays that the said prop erty may be sold under the decree ol itiis Court and the moneys to be re ceived therefrom to be applied in pay ment of the amount found due to the plaintiff, and that the defendants be forever foreclosed from any and all rights, claims or equity of redemption in or to the said lands and premises; that the claims of the defendants, Hopkins Brothers, Charles Lehman & Company and Fergus County Hard ware Company, and the rights of the ^ defendants, J. A. Shepard and Addle ! Shepard, ills wife, ho all declared to lie subservient to tlie rights of the ' plaintiff under the said deed and bond for a deed; that sale of the said prop erty may be had in accordance with the law and practice of this Court; that if the proceeds of the said sale are not sufficient, to satisfy the said judgment that the plaintiff may have 1 judgment for the deficiency against the defendants, J. S. llovis and Re becca C. llovis, bis wife; and for such Other and further relief as to the j Court may seem meet and equitable | In the promises, all of which is more j particularly set forth in tho verified complaint of the plaintiff 011 file here in, and to which, for greater certainty and particularity, your attention is hereby drawn. Witness my hand and the seal ol said Court, this 5th day of August, 1911. (Seal) JOHN B. R1TC1T, Clerk. J. O. lluntoon, Attorney for Plain tiff, Lewistown, Montana. 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