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Minutes of a special session of the
Board of County Commissioners of
Fergus County, Montana, held on the
6th and 7th days of May, 1912, and
called for consideration of the appli
cation of the Great Northern Rail
way Co. for a right of way through
the county poor farm; for considera
tion of the application of the Lewis
town Electric & Power Co. for a right
of way for a high tension power line
on the edge of the county highways
on the middle section line running
east and west through Tp. 15 N., R.
13, 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18 E„ M. M.;
for consideration of road matters and
of claims against the county, and for
the transaction of such other business
as might properly come before said
meeting.
Board called to order at 10 o'clock
a. m., May 6, 1912.
Present: Julius Petersen, chairman;
J. M. Parrent and Joseph Gallagher,
commissioners; and F. R. Cunning
ham, clerk.
In the matter of the application of
the Lewistown Electric & Power Co.
for a right of way on the edge of the
county highways for a high tension
power line, said application was
amended by Mr. C. C. Simonson, man
ager of said Lewistown Electric &
Power Co., to read as follows, viz.:
"On the section line one mile due
north of the middle section line in
Tp. 15 N., R. 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18
E., M. M.," instead of on the middle
Judith Basin
Stock Farms
F. A. BENNETT, Prop.
BENCHLAND, MONT.
EMORY WRIGHT
ARCHITECT
Offices .n Mackey Building,
Corner Second and Main.
LEWISTOWN, MONT.
(3-19-10t)
JUDITH
BASIN
LANDS
11,000 ACRES of HIGH
CLASS WHEAT LAND
lor sale in any sized tracts
to suit purchaser.
TERMS:
15 per cent down, balance
in 10 annual payments, or
in crop payments if desired.
Payments postponed in case
of crop failure.
E. F. COBB,
Lewistown, Montana
Quick Death
For Gophers
Gophers cost yon big money.
At 10c each they cost $50 to $100
in a 40-acts field. Let us tell you
the figures. You certainly would
rather have the money in your
pocket. Yon can't afford to keep
gophers on your farm.
Here is a poison that Is easy to
use, sure in results, and most
economical for killing gophers.
Its odor is attractive to them and
they eat it in preference to grain.
And two grains kill them qnick.
Mickelson's
Kill-Em-Quick
GopherPoison
comes In powdered form, put up ;
ytwo sizes—76c and 91.9& The il l
box contains enough to kill 4.0
gophers—enough to save you $400.0
-It's worth a trial, as you stand i
lose nothing. Kill-Em-Quick
sold under the manufacturer
guarantee of satisfaction i
money back.
C. H. William
Leading Druggist
214 Main 8L, Lewiatown, Mont.
section line in said township and
ranges.
Moved by Commissioner Parrent
and seconded by Commissioner Gal
lagher that said application for right
of way, as amended, be granted.
Unanimously carried.
The clerk was instructed to notify
S. J. Harding, of Fort Maginnis, not
to allow Irrigation water from his
ditches and fields to overflow the
county road.
The clerk was instructed to notify
Dengel Brothers, of Grass Range, that
complaint had been made to the
county commissioners to the effect
tuat said Dengel Brothers had fenced
up tne county road, and that if such
was the case, that they were instruct
ed to remove such fences at once and
to refrain from fencing the county
roads in future.
The clerk was Instructed to advise
the road master of the Great Northern
Railway Co. at Judith Gap of the
bad condition of the county road in
the "Hauck Lane" on the Moore,Hob
son road, caused by water from a
spring on the Great Northern Railway
right of way about two miles south
east of Hobson, and to request him to
have sufficient gravel hauled to that
point to make the necessary repairs.
The county surveyor was instructed
to stake out the county road in Sec.
18, Tp. 14 N., R. 18 E., according to
road plat No. 30 in the clerk and re
corder's office.
Road-viewers were appointed as fol
lows, viz.:
H. C. Tilzey, Harvey Rodgers and
Irene Desy on a road proposed to run
as follows: Beginning on the section
line between Secs. 8 and 9, Tp. 15 N.,
R. 19 E., where the Gilt Edge road
crosses the section line; thence north
on the section line about three miles
to where the Mountain road crosses
the section line between Secs. 28 and
29, Tp. 16 N., R. 19 E.
H. C. Tilzey, Joseph Montgomery
and Lee Hilliard on a road proposed
to.run as follows, viz.: Beginning at
the southeast corner of the Hilger
townsite; thence south three-fourths
mile to intersect with the present
Maiden-Kendall road.
H. C. Tilzey was appointed a view
er on the following described roads
to act in conjunction with the viewers
previously appointed.
On a road proposed to run as fol
lows: Beginning at a point in Tp.
11N., R. 17, on the half section line
common to sections 7 and 18 and run
on the half section line through sec
tions 18 ami 19 due south to the
county line of Meagher county. Fur
thermore, the settlers of Meagher
county have consented to Intersect
this proposed road less than two miles
direct'y south of the point where this
proposed road reaches the county line,
and thence due west to the Gap.
On a road proposed to run as fol
lows: Beginning at the quarter cor
ner common to sections ten (10) and
eleven (11) of Tp. 15 N., R. 15 E., M.
M. ; thence running south to the sec
tion corner common to Secs. 10, 11,
14 and 15 of the same township and
range, to intersect present county
road at that point.
On a road proposed to run as fol
lows: Running between the south
east quarter of the northeast quarter
of Sec. 14 and the southwest quarter
of the northwest quarter of Sec. 13,
Tp. 17 N„ R. 21 E.
On a road proposed to run as fol
lows: Beginning at a point one-half
mile horth of the Beaver Ball lane
on the now traveled road; thence one
and one-fourth miles west on section
line; thence in a southerly direction
about one mile, to intersect said Grass
Range and Cruse road.
On a road proposed to run as fol
lows: Beginning at the southeast
corner of the SE'4 of the SW14, Sec.
31, Tp. 15 N., R. 16 E.; thence north
one-fourth mile; thence west one-half
mile to the township line to the north
east corner of the SE^4 of SE'4, Sec.
36, Tp. 15 N., R. 15 E.; thence north
three-fourths of a mile to the south
east corner of Sec. 25, Tp. 15 N., R.
15 E.; thence west two and one-half
miles bo the county road now used,
known as the "Joe Walton road";
thence beginning at section corner
common to Secs. 20, 21, 28 and 29,
15, 15; thence east three-fourths of
a mile to intersect old road.
On a road proposed to run as fol
lows: Commencing on township line
Tp. 16, R. 15, north line between Secs.
4 and 5, running south one mile, west
one-half mile, south one-fourth, west
one-half, south one and one-fourth,
west one-half, south one-half, west
one-half, to township line Tp. 16, R.
14; commencing on section line be
tween Secs. 19 and 24, soutr one-half,
west one-half, south one-fourth, west
one-half, south one-half.
On a road proposed to run as fol
lows: Beginning at the northeast
corner of the NW% pf NE'4 of Sec.
32, Tp. 17 N., R. 13 E.; thence one
fourth mile south; thence one-half
mile west, to the present road; also
beginning at the southeast corner of
the SW*4 of SWy 4 , of Sec. 31, Tp. 17
N. , R. 13 E., 47 rods west; thence 67
rods in a southwesterly direction;
thence 24 rods In a northwesterly di
rection ; thence 80 rods in a south
westerly direction to a point 100 rods
east of southwest corner of Sec. 36,
Tp. 16 N., R. 13 E.; thence west to
the northwest corner of Sec. 3, Tp.
16 N., R. 12 E.
On a road proposed to run as fol
lows: Beginning at northwest corner
of eSc. 15, Tp. 17 N., R. 17 E., on
Kendall road north of Warm Spring;
thence east one-fourth of a mile, south
one-fourth mile; thence east and
south one-half mile, to the north bluff
of Warm Spring creek along north
side of creek to Intersect road
through Horse Shoe Bar ranch at or
near southeast corner of the SW(4, of
Sec. 20; thence to intersect with
Malden road at Miller place.
On a road proposed to run as fol
lows: Beginning at the southeast cor
ner of Sec. 23, in Tp. 17 N., R. 12 E.;
thence to go two miles north and
intersect with the county road at that
point, namely, at the northeast cor
ner of Sec. 14.
On a road proposed to run as fol
lows: Beginning at the Swope ranch
at the southeast corner of Sec. 25,
Tp. 20 N., R. 18 E.; thence southerly
and easterly by the most practicable
route to Sec. 30, Tp. 20 N., R. 19 E.
On a road proposed to run as fol
lows: Beginning at the northwest
corner of Sec. fourteen (14), running
in a southwest direction to foot of
mountains (this is known as the tim
ber road); beginning at the north
west corner of the northeast quarter
of Sec. 15, running in a southwest di
rection to coal mine over now traveled
road known as Coal Road. All road
is in Tp. 12 N. ,R. 14 E.
On a road proposed to run as fol
lows: Beginning at northwest corner
of SW(4, Sec. 2, 12, 15 E.; thence di
rectly west to Sec. 24, Tp. 12 N., R.
14 E., there joining road to coal mine;
thence south to the northeast corner
Sec. 36; thence west one mile to
northwest corner Sec. 36, Tp. 12, R.
14 E.
On a road proposed to run as fol
lows: Beginning at the southeast cor
ner of Sec. 1, Tp. 12 N., R. 14 E:, and
following the section line seven (7)
miles west, to the southeast corner of
Sec. 2, Tp. 12 N., R. 13 E.; thence
one (l) mile north to the township
line; and from the southeast corner
of Sec. 2, Tp. 12 N., R. 13 E„ one (1)
mile south to the southeast corner of
Sec. 11; thence one (1) mile west to
the southeast corner of Sec. 10;
thence one and one-quarter (Hi) miles
south; thence one-quarter (( 4 ) miles
west to the southeast corner of the
NW^i NE'4, Sec. 22, and from the
northeast corner of NW% NE»4, Sec.
13, Tp. 12, R. 13 E„ diagonally north
east to above-described road. Route
to be determined by viewers.
On a road proposed to run as fol
lows: Beginning on the township line
at the northwest corner of section
two (20), in Tp. 16 N„ R. 15 E„ M.
M. ; thence running south on the sec
tion line five (5) mil»s, to the south
west corner of Sec. 26; thence run
ning due east on the section line one
(1) mile; that the road is now open
and traveled and the fences along the
lines are set. back 30 feet almost all
the way. On the southwest corner
of Sec. 22, 16-15, this road will take
off one acre of S. F. Cole ranch; on
the northeast corner of Sec. 11, 16-15,
it will take one acre off land known
as the Bradley ranch.
On a road proposed to run as fol
lows: Beginning at the southwest cor
ner of the NW(4, Sec. 33-14-15, and
running south one and one-half miles;
thence east to the Great Northern
Railway right of way; thence south
to the first trestle; thence under to
the east side of the Great Northern
right of way; thence south to the
county road running through the
townsite of Mendon.
On a road proposed to run as fol
lows: Beginning at a point on the now
traveled road at the center of the
west boundary of SW'4, of Sec. 25,
Tp. 16 N., R. 16 E., M. M., and con
tinuing south on the section lines be
tween Secs. 26 and 25, 35 and 36, Tp.
16 N., R. 16 E., and Secs. 1 and 2, Tp.
15 N., R. 16 E., M. M., to the south
west corner of Sec. 1, Tp. 15 N., R.
16 E., M. M., to again intersect the
now traveled road; also beginning at'
a point on the road above asked for
at the northwest corner of Sec. 1, Tp.
15 N., R. 16 E., M. M., and continuing
east on the township lines between
Sec. 36, Tp. 16 N„ R. 16 E„ Sec. 31,
Tp. 16 N., R. 17 E., M. M., and Sec.
1, Tp. 15 N„ R. 16 E„ Sec. 6, Tp. 15
N. , R. 17 E., M. M., to the quarter
corner on the south boundary of Sec.
31, Tp. 16 N„ R. 17 E„ M. M.
On a road proposed to run as fol
lows: Beginning at a point on the
present county road at Pipers' school
house; thence going south about 600
feet; thence down a coulee on west
ern slope to a coulee running east
and west; thence diagonally across
the NW'/i NWy 4 , Sec. 9, Tp. 14 N„
R. 20 E„ to the corner of SW'4 NW'4,
Sec. 9, Tp. 14 .... R. 20 E.; thence
south to proposed railroad station;
thence following the railroad to a
point indicated on plat; thence going
due south to county road between
Secs. 20-29, Tp. 14 N., R. 20 E.
On a road proposed to run as fol
lows: Beginning at a point on the
north boundary of Sec. 2, Tp. 20 N„
R. 18 E., at intersection of old Clagget
road; thence west to northwest cor
ner of Sec. 2, Tp. 20 N., R. 18 E.;
tnence direct south on the section
line as near as practicable to south
west corner of Sec. 23, Tp. 20 N.,
R. 18 E. We also petition for new
road beginning at northeast corner of
SE'4 of SE(4. of Sec. 10; thence due
west to intersect with county road.
We also petition you to condemn the
old government road between where
it crosses the north boundary of Tp.
20 N., R. 18 E., and where it inter
sects with county road on the east
line of Sec. 23, Tp. 20 N„ R. 18 E.
On a road proopsed to run as fol
lows: Beginning at the northeast cor
ner of SE'4 of NW}4, of Sec. 8, Tp.
16, R. 14 E.; running thence west one
mile to the northeast corner of the
SE'4 of NWy4, Sec. 7, Tp. 16 N„ R.
14 E.; thence running southward
three-fourths of a mile to the south
east corner of SW(4, of Sec. 7, Tp.
16 N., R. 14 E.; thence running one
half mile west to southwest corner
Sec. 7, Tp. 16 N., R. 14 E., intersect
ing present county road.
On a road proposed to run as fol
lows: Beginning at a point on an es
tablished road described as northeast
corner Sec. 23, Tp. 16 N., R. 13 E.;
thence extending north one and one
half miles to the southwest corner
of NW%, Sec. 12, Tp. 16 N., R. 13 E.
On a road proposed to run as fol
lows: Beginning at the southeast cor
ner of Sec. 12, Tp. 16 N., R. 13 E.;
thence running due west one mile to
southeast corner of Sec. 11, Tp. 16
N., R. 13 E.; thence running north
one-fourth of a mile to intersect the
present established road.
On a road proopsed to run as fol
lows: Beginning at the northeast cor
ner of Sec. 14, Tp. 15, R. 13 E., run
ning south along this section line to
the Intersection of the Hobson and
Utica road south of the Judith river
near the southeast corner of Sec. 14,
in Tp. 14, R. 13 E.
On a road proposed to run as fol
lows: Beginning at the northeast cor
ner of section numbered 19, Tp. 14
N., R. 14 E., M. M.; thence running
due east along section lines of Secs.
21, 21 and 22 to the northeast corner
of Sec. 22, Tp. 14 N., R. 14 E., M. M.,
and to discontinue the road now used
19° m ih 1 'n n0rthea ^ COrner of sald Sec '
„i', 0 . he " ce running north one-half
! fvViIrtiic 1 f nce r « u , nning east three
fourths of a mile; thence running
! tablish°T f ? Ur !i h 0f , a , u lle: ^' S ? to ea '
open from h ' n r ? ad 8 D °^
!S P ec. AV5 PS E C ? r M r M 0 !
.n!!!!' n l,' i ' r f efourtlls of a mile to con
On""' Ul , e now established road.
,'TrT.i; r y '"
7* 10 * ll > 14 and 15; thence
tersecTth 116 one . half ™ lle x ? ,n '
f ' 1 ,he c °nnty road at that place,
Jiorth by rn 0m a eU M S tl,e f road from t,ie
stnrtinJ ! rds Moccasin - and from,
8 polnt to the schooi house at
southeast corner of Sec. 3.
lows" V 0i - d f roposed to n,n 88 fol
lows. IUginning at the southwest
Set™ X to r
' ln Tp - 14 N - R - 14 E -. M. M.;
IopH 1 nnning east of the quarter
thenc" ne , tbree-fourths (%) mile;
thenct tunning south one-fourth 1(4)
way'on tT » h 1 k 6 publIc Q igh '!
between Secs,
three (3) and ten (10).
On a road proposed to run as fol
lows: Beginning at the southwest cor
ner ol section 20, in township eleven
(11) north, range sixteen (16) east,
Montana Meridian, for a place of be
ginning; running thence along the
section line between sections 20 and
29 in a easterly direction one mile;
thence running north one mile;
thence cast two miles; thence north
two and one-half miles to intersect
the county road.
On a road proposed to run as fol
lows: Beginning at. the southeasterly
cornet- of Sec. 21, Tp. 11, R. 16, and
running north one mile and west one
mile, intersecting with the county
road running to Garneill.
On a road proposed to run as fol
1 .v . ,---1*1
lows; Bofcinning at a point 300 feet;
OQ Cf /( t 11 / » C»
east of tlic southwest corner of Sec.
35, Tp. 15 N„ of R. 23 E„ M. M„ at a
point about 500 feet south of the
Grass Itange-Flatwlllow road, being
proopsed townsite of Grass Range, to
the Randolph school house in the
southeast corner of Sec. 5, of Tp. 13
N., of R. 24 E.
On a road proposed to run as fol
lows: Beginning at a point on the
now traveled road on township lini
between 13 N„ R. 14 E. .and 12 N.,
R. 14 E„ on the one-half section line
of Sec. 2, 12 N., R. 14 E., running
south one mile to now traveled road,
continuing one-half mile west to
southwest corner Sec. 2; thence south
one mile to northwest corner of Sec
i 4 rp n i a wt n < < , j .
On a road „ro„o„ed lo run .. fol
KUn'sS"! ■nd'iy'lTK mT
r . U ; f T ,?'
R *h 1S E- ' ° i the Montana MeUdian,
on the present survey; run thence
west following the quarter section line
running west through the center of I
said Sec. 9 to a point within 150 yards |
Hne between Sec« ne 8 r »» , aecU ™!
v L S th«J, d ih of sald
m'n , northwesterly
. „ lr n S f r D n!i ?, > n
ref nf o. ^5 , he n0r * WPKt ^
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on section line between Secs. 8 and
9, in said township, to the present
survey on the section line between
Secs. 4 and 5 of the said township.
On a road proposed to run as fol
lows: Beginning at. the northwest cor
ner Tp. 18 N., R. 17 E.; thence east
one mile; thence ' south one mile;
thence east to Sec. 3, to connect with
Lewistown road.
On a road proposed to run as fol
lows: Beginning at the southwest cor
ner of Sec. 30, Tp. 18, R. 11 E., M. M.;
run east on section line to southeast
corner of Sec. 28, Tp. 18, It. 11 E.; also
beginning at the northwest corner of
Sec. 21, Tp. 18 N., R. 11 E.; thence j
south to the southwest corner of Sec
4, Tp. 17 N„ R. 11 E. ;thence west.i
to the southwest corner of Sec. 5, Tp.
17 N., R. 11 E.; thence north to the j
northeast corner of Sec. 29, Tp. 181
N., R. 11 E.; also beginning at. the
southwest corner of Sec. 33, Tp. 18
N., R. 11 E., on section line to south
east corner of Sec. 35, Tp. 18 N., R.
FOR RELIABLE HAIL INSURANCE ADDRESS
EDWARD BRASSEY
Lewistown Agent
State farmers' Mutual Hail Insurance Company
Call and Read Testimonials From Insured for Losses Paid in 1911.
Assets Over $500,000
Great RailRoad Development
I# sure to advance the price of city property. Now is the time to invest in
vacant lots in Park Addition.
(J There is but one Park in Lewistown and that is in Park Addition. The city
is to spend $7,500.00 upon this park during the next three years; sufficient to
make it A Garden of Plotters and Shade. Could there be a better place
for a home than one facing this Park? We have a few lots left so situated.
Prices from $300 to $7SO per tot
Terms: One-third cash , balance to suit purchaser
I
Phone 456
EXCLUSIVE AGENTS
Phone 456
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11 E: also beginning at the southwest
corner of Sec. 5, Tp. 17 N R 11 E
south to the southeast corner of Sec'
7, Tp. 17 N, Rub
, ° n a road Proposed to run as fol
Beg,nning the northeast cor
23, r In
west one-fourth mile; then south on
section line between Secs 2*>-23 and
if 27 ,..... . *» <•
line between Secs. 34-35- then wpst
one-fourth mile to the northwest eor
ner of the NEV4 of the SE>4 of Sc.
24; thence south on the quarter sec
tion line onehalf mile to the township
line between townships 17 N 24 F
and 16 N„ 24 E.; then east on said
township line to the northeast corner
of Sec. 2, in Tp. 16-24- then south one
K nd one - fm,rth ln,,es section line
between Secs. 1 and 2, anil 11 and 12
then east one mile to the township
line; then south one and three-fourths
miles to intersect county road
° n a road Proposed to run as fol
lows: Beginning on Highfleld stagi
road at southwest corner of SE(4 of
the SW*4, of Sec. 20, Tp. 12 N., R. 21
E.; thence west one-half mile to the
southwest corner of the SE(4 of the
SE'4 of Sec. 19, Tp. 12 N., R. 21;
thence north one and one-half miles
to the northwest corner of the NEVi
of the SW'4 of Sec. 18, Tp. 12 N., It.
21 E.; thence west 80 rods to the cen
ter of Sec. 18, Tp. 12 N., R. 21 E.;
thence corner-ways across NW'4 of
Sec. 18, Tp. 12 N„ It. 21, to the north
west corner of the NW'4 of Sec. 18,
Tp. 12 N., It. 21 E.; thence one and
three-fourths miles north to the north
west corner of SW>4 of NW'4 of Sec.
6, Tp. 12 N., R. 21 E.; thence east
one-half mile to northeast corner of
SW'4 of NW'4, Sec. 6, Tp. 12 N., It.
21 E.; north one-half mile; tlicnci
1 iiunu niic-nan mue; Tlienci
east two miles to middle Sec 33 Ti>
. ........ . ' * I
13 N., R. 21 E.; thence north one and
three-fourths miles.
On a road proposed to run ns fol
lows: Beginning at the village of lin
ger and running east on north line of
Sec. 7, 17-19, two and one-half miles to
stone quarry; thence northeast to
present road to Garneill.
On a road proposed to run as fol
lows: Leaving the East Fork road at.
or near the half section line on the
north side of Sec. 14, Tp. 14 N., R.
19 E.; thence run* ing enst to section
line; thence south three-fourths of a
mile; thence east to coulee; thence
follow coulee where 4lie road now
runs until It strikes township line;
thence south on that line one and
UIUIILU Ml Ml III till IHlll
thje'llie roj li" fhi SSTLHJ
LOCO rk,S ''- Italic,> south ono-loarlh
n>ilp; thence east one-fourth mile;
thence east one-half mile; thence
an „ lp fl0UthpnHt untll lt s , , lkpH thp
"Shalf seetton line running so tH
through Sec 21 Tp 13 N r 8 20 E
Sfsouth to Action ^ine; then™
east two and one-half miles; thence
south one-half mile; thence southeast
unt|1 8trlkp8 FIatwillow creek
thence down the creek to the N-Bar
ranch, lt is understood that said road
h '» « or «»r ■l»™ men*
i.io.-n <m MIC eanuii mine mini
1° ® ec - 22, Tp. 15 N., R. 18 E., and i
running thence in a southwesterly di
reetion about one-fourth of a mile to
,he northeast corner of the NW'4 of,
,he SEl ^ of sald Sec - 22 I thence south
on forty line about 60 rods; thence
in a southeasterly direction about. 90
rods to section line; thence south to
township line
tioned.
On a road proposed to run as fol
lows: Beginning at the northwest cor
ner of Sec. 33, Tp. 13 N., It. 20 E.;
running thence south one mile toi
southwest corner of Sec. 35, which is
township line; then east to corner
Sec. 3; thence one mile south. All on
section lines.
On a road proposed to run as fol-1
lows: Beginning at tlie bridge on Big
Casino creek on the Castle Butte road I
On a road proposed to run as fol
lows: Beginning at or near the north
west. corner of Sec. 31, Tp. 14 N., R.
19 E., and running in an easterly and
southerly direction to intersect old
county road.
On a road proposed to run as fol
lows: Beginning at the southeast cor
ner of the NE (4 of Sec. 32, Tp. 14 N.,
R. 1;> E.; running south one and one
half miles; thence east to the right
of way of the Great Northern Rail
road; thence south about one-fourth
of a mile to the trestle of the Great
Northern Railorad; thence through
the trestle to the east side of Great
Northern Railroad right of way;
thence in a southerly direction, inter
secting the platted road running east
(Continued on page 6.)
Wo are prepared to drill
Water Wells
any size or depth. We guarantee
our work. Give us a trial—we will
please you.
RIDER & WRIGHT
Hoffman House
LEWISTOWN, MONTANA
i
I
SCRIP
Being one of the largest
dealers in Montana of Guar
anteed Soldier's Additional
and Northern Pacific Scrip,
we are prepared to attend to
your wants in that line bet
ter than any of our competi
tors. We cannot caution you
too strongly to be careful
when buying scrip as the
market at present Is flooded
with worthless scrip.
In buying scrip from us
you get the benefit of our
years of experience in these
matters besides the benefit
of our own guarantee.
Don't overlook the fact
that there are many details
to be looked after in placing
scrip after you have bought
it and a slight oversight or
mistake on your part may be
very costly to you. Our
guarantee absolutely protects
you. Write us for price.
Hilger Loan & Realty Co.
Lewistown, Montana
FARM LOANS
NO RED TAPE
C.C.JEPFREY
Manufacturer
of and Dealer
in
HARNESS
SADDLES
TURF GOODS
Etc.
All Repairs
Given Prompt
Attention
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Sign of the
Big Collar
109 Main St.

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