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Communient.
COMMUNISM has got nothing on
BROADU8 when it comes to
PUBLIC buildings, for we
• • • •
HAVE a hall here that
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IS unrivaled as a
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COMMUNITY center.
THIS AUDITORIUM over the
HANK lias all kinds of use
• • • •
AND it is electric lighted and
* « • •
STEAM heated, but as a
* * * *
SUBSTITUTE for a public
• * * •
BUILDING it serves the purpose
VERY well because other new
COMMUNITIES-a little over a
YEAR old the same as Broadus
CANNOT boast even as much and
* * * *
WHEN we're a few yqars older
WE'LL have not one but many
PUBLIC buildings
HUT under the present
CIRCUMSTANCES our hall s
SPACE is comiuandered l>y
• * * ♦
WESTPHAL and BALL as a place
» * * *
FOB imparting their knowledge to
• * * •
THE HIGH SCHOOL pupils.
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AND then at other times when
THE EMERGENCY arises
JUDGE M'KINNON presides at the
HALL in district court session, and
IT is likewise used as a
4 * • •
COURTROOM in justice court ' >
JUDGE WILEY where he
DISPENSES justice and
IMPOSES fines and sentences to the
WRONG-DOERS and when he
DOESN'T preside wo have another
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JUSTICE of the peace in town,
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JUDGE WAITE who was appointed
BY the commissioners to fill a
VACANCY. And another use for
THIS auditorium is a place for
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WORSHIP for adul!
children
WITH CHURCH and Sunday school
AND for these services the
HALL is generally filled to
CAPACITY. And still other
USES has this place met because
IT has serve»! as a
MOVING PICTURE
THEATER and a place for holdiiR
HAND rehearsals and
POLITICAL rallies and at one
TIME was th»- trystitt g \ iaee
MEMBERS of the Chantb
COMMERCE before t!n*> changed
TO the Powder River hot»-!.
THE HA1.L may well ,e given Hie
COGNOMEN of the
MASONIC Temple !.
Ma
USE it as their lodge room and
HAVE all th.
para . licrnalia
THERE with which to transact
BUSINESS and inifT; tii.u,
* ♦ * *
SO after enumerating Hie above
* * * *
THE THOUGHT comos that it
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WON'T be for long before
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ItROADT'S has separate
ABODES for each of thorn for
* * * *
THE ToWN is bound to grow
AND EXPAND and provide for
THEM and other
INSTITUTIONS as well.
AFTER a review of the
ABOVE we forgot to mention the
ONE SILENT use made of the hall
BY thos«» impressing its
SERVICE in the evenings for
A DIFFERENT kind of courting
CHAN hereinbefore mentioned but
WE WON'T say anything c-lsc- rrJ
ARE QUITTING -1 hi !j the '.hitting
iS GOOD.
Poetry Heralds
Spring Is Here
The following poems have been
contributed to the Examiner by
Margaret E. Winne, a young lady of
Moorhead:
Spring Is Mere
The little flowers lift their heads
To welcome the spring so dear,
I The little birds their sweet songs
sing,
To tell us, "Spring is here!"
! The pines put on their gayest dress.
I Their blossoms scent the air,
i The trees put on a dress of green,
To tell us. "Spring is here!"
When winter goes, with snows and
blows,
j And we call for the spring so dear,
The bee sings loudly round the
flower,
To tell us. Spring is here!"
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When the brooklets play end laugh
in the sun,
And chatter loud and clear,
The gay fish leap from the sparkling
stream.
To tell us, "Spring is here!'
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So when the spring to summer goes,
And the skies are bright and clear.
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Wo thank our Father who sent those
friends.
To tell us
".Silling is here
Merry Spring Time
Merry, merry. Springtime,
You have come once more
Seems to me a century,
Since you came before.
Merry, merry
Brings the
Children lang
Through j<
Springtime,
i.ids and flowers;
: and play and sins
ir sunny hours.
Merry, tnerry. Springtime.
Your happy days are fleeing.
Little lambs run o'er your dew.
Ever happily Ideating.
Merry, merry. Springtime.
Soon, too non. we must parr,
Hut I'll not forget you, dear.
You put spring joy in my boat
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(.ill! days of Juno, so bright and clear
Yottbring the summer days so dear.
With flowers, trees and hutterflies.
That fly, enjoying your sunny skies.
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Oh! Summer days, so dear to me,
t love to play in your grassy lee
And hear the birds sing so s»
and clear,
Enjoying the prettiest part of tlie
year!
Oil. Summer days, dear smmui
Too soon, too soon, thou need
t'a de.
When the leaves are
near.
We await thy tond
davs so dear.
days
must
Hid winter
oli. Summer
( By
Tin
PINTO NEWS ITEMS
the Pupils of Turret Butte
ninth gnu
Si icin.-c and si art
DU»' flag pc b is
wo have decided t.
the pole collapses.
Art Y.irgct- saw
dav and Sumlav.
Mr. and Airs. 11.
business trip to Hi
Your nanus arc
but you See,
lias finished their
1 community civics.
wry insecure but
o tly the flag until
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F. Riggs made a
■ a.lus last Week,
splendid. Mr. Kül
ve are lo.ated at
- i> of tin ne-s
Alontana. and
lln- f
i'llttes
Ilf.-I U . 1
think Turret Butt- is t«
aliout -'TurretcrsV '
Davison Alitc-Uell came
a bu.-iness trip Sundae.
Tile R class is still ;
sp,ll;ng tournament but th
lias won another point.
Spring is coming. S>-v. rat
t*a\ c See n or heard rob.ns and
larks.
Old Amis and Bill Tipton a
irg Art Yargi r cut wood.
Frank and Fred Ross have
John Hand's place on Bell
l»n tun sqm
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on. but w.
long. How
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til.
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Art
Rroudl
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and k
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the
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the 1 1 T il.
IJallah had the misf
:<»rsi- snaga> d in the
• .1 on the liind leg i
The injuries ar
I. lias- is two points ahead
eilina tournament,
and Mrs. il. F. Riga.- did n
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- a in>- - Iasi Sunday
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caused by
til«'
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out.
Th*'
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loot hers
put lap !n
«an
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jiast
Week.
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hu.tr«!
that
WUE;
till L.'it!«""
ua me
n* it* .
luring:
Ms <.
ar tin
night tin*
ri \ • r
wont
out.
Tin*
next
morning Hi
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ear ul'out
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They ar
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SUOI'C st II« MIL ITEMS
(By i'npils of Swope School.)
The
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•try
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m old 9 m op«, agi
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d ill H.
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s»:eorn
1 grade capta red
tin'
pr
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Wll
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was
a dollar sent to
Us
by
th*
Ks
i.» miner.
We wish to exp»
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to th*
- Examiner for in
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Mr
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contribution, liai
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the check as a t
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Mil .
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hv
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ay th'
e 2 '. -t fl old he r boni"
M"tH Sell wind visited
»ch-x.l F.-ru-uary 23.
i.'- w is Harper is VofiVt
.11 Uhiess at;d w. are
io»" that he wili soon b
Frida ■
.-.»n th.
t from
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February 31, in the after
fi. ope family, Airs. Callaway.!
j.dm Rapp and daughter
-WOJ»
are glad U
well again.
, Eth- i at..! Lester Lisle# gathered atl
■te. swop.- school and made playground
! • qu j.tn- et. They mfide a swing and
. a men-:, -go-round find ». v-saw. \Vh.-r>
» th* v finisii. ,1 they g 1 ! jut»:, e
Report of tke Coadttloa of the
POWDER HIVER tOIXTV RANK
at Rroadus, in the state of Montana,
at tiie close of business Feb. 21, 1921.
RESOURCES
Loans and Dis
counts .........$169,083.81
Overdrafts. Secur
ed and Unsecured 49.77
Ronds. Stocks and
Warrants ...... 26.892.50 19tt.026.0S
Stock in the Federal Reserve
Rank
Ranking House,
Furniture a n d
Fixtures ......
Cash Reserve—
Silver Coin .....
Currency ......
Due from Approved
Reserve Agents. 19
Pue from Other Rank
Cheeks ami Kxehangi
Clearing House ....
1.500.00
15.720.91 15.720.91
1,730.17
2.383.00
23.536.S7
385.12
. 66.29
Total .................
LIABILITIES
Capital Stock Paid in.....
Undivided Profits
I,ess Expenses
and Taxes Paid.
Individual Deposits
Subjeel to Check 99.497.x4
Cashier Cheeks .... 2,29!»
. .#237,235.27
S 50.000.00
1.61 9.30 54.619.30
T i 111 e F. rt i flea tea
ol" Deposit Due
on or After 39
Days .......... 4 7.336.30
Savings Deposits
Subject t 0 3 9
Pays" Notice
Certificates of De
posit Issued for
Borrowed Mom > .
Notes and Rills Re
discounted .....
I tonds 1 îorrowed - . ■
......$237.235.27
ounty of Powder
Total ......
State of .\l"ii!
I River.
i I. A. \\ . lie'.del. Cashier of the abovc
1 named bank, do solemnly sweat- that
the above statement is true to the best
" f m > knowledge and belief
A. \\ . HEIDKL, Cannier
A. \V
, Subscribed and sworn to before me
i litis 1st day of March. 1921.
j * Seal > X. A Bl/RKEY.
Notary Public in and for the State of
Montana, residing af Rroadus. My
■ commission expires March 29. 1922
Ci rivet Attest:
CHARLES S El NS HI..
i" W. Mil. ES.
Directors.
C\al WEM 027833
NOTICE FOR PI llt.HVITON
! Department of the Interior, U. S.
(Land Office at Mil s Cite, Montana.
I I eb. 7. J 921.
Notice is hereby given that
JACOB LINDNER.
j of i dive. Montana, who, on Dec. 1st.
: 1915, made lid. Entry, No. 027833. for
: Lots 3. I. SWLNWij. See. 5, St a NEE,
NLSE'i. SWLSKL. Section 6, Town
I ship 5-S., Range 49-K. M. I'. Meridian.
! lias tiled notice of intention to make
thru' yeai proof, to establish elnim to
the land above described, before 14. R.
Str iiten, oil rk of Hie District Court.
' at Rroadus. Montana, on the 4th dav
J' April, 1021.
Claimant names rs witnesses
: Charles J.
Mrs. Epsie Kubai
\. F. Kelley, all
fllmll VV.
>ul
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Wm.
t" Epsie.
MV HRS,
Montana,
Sanderson.
Montana.
Register.
047759
Mill« U FOR PUL1CATION'
—ISOLATED TRAIT
PUBLIC LAND SALE
entmint of the Interior. V. S.
j Rand Pliiee at Aldos City, Montana.
I January 29. 1921. *
Notice is hereby given that, as di
rected by the Ommissioner of the Gen
I end Lund < dice, under provisions of
j Sec. 2455. R. S., pursuant to the uppli
| cation of Ernest Raul. Ivruger, Mon
j tana. Serial No 017759, we will offer
at public sab . to the, highest bidder.
; but at not less than $1.50 per acre, at
: 10 o'clock A. Ab, on the 25th day ol"
i March, 1921, next, at this office, the
1 folic wing tract of land: Lots 1, 2,
! Sec. 3. T. S-S.. R. 5U-E-, At. P. M. "This
I tract is ordered into the market on a
! showing that the greater portion
J thereof is mountainous or too rough
(for cultivation." This land will be sold
i in accordance with and subject to the
I provisions and reservations of the Act
J of June 22, 191».) (36 Stat., 583).
i The sale w ill not he kept open, but
will be declared closed when those
present at the hour named have ceased
! bidding The persi n making the high
! est bid will be required to immediately
j pay to the Receiver the amount
i thereof.
j Any persons claiming adve-sely the
! abov.-described land at-« advis' d to
laitns, "t- objections, on "i
lime designated for sale-.
G. W. MYERS.
Resist, r.
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WEM 0262 10 - "358
NOI HE Ft «It ft IILU ATID.N
! »• pa ; » ment of t le- 1 n terioi, E.
Laud Off ice at Alin s < 'tty, Monta
1921.
! NÔtie'e IS* lie
IV 1*
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Unit
1 • ET E
li 1
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UTKI
aSOX
! of
Rroadus. AJ
out
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9 . Get. 15,
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made
lid.
and Ad.
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Entry. .
N*u.
0:
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0 0 *
» 81 (» . for
1 ^-j
XL., X'.stt'»,
. SW'iSW 1 !
. Si ction
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Townsliip .
r. s.
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îaui A'e
5 Î -1
LG., M. P,
i Me
ridian. lias
fib
<1
'»•»lift
' of
i in » 11 1 inn
! to
make thre-.
' Ve
ar
prooj
f. tu
establish
I el a
illl to tile I
ail.]
iiiiYi
(l«'?t 1
■'bed. be
f.»l
e Theodore
w,
. 0
Unit
eil Slates
Neal. Ait
I Mont»?*.
Commissioner, at Rroadus. Ab.
the 15th day of April, 1921.
Claimant names as witne.'
Brownie Doyle. Tern I *o
I-.rtin. all of
m 2b
\V. MYERS. R
1 C'.al WEM ".-836
I NIITH E FOR l'l III. I« \l l«t\
Department .-I" ill.- Ini- vii.r. E. 3.
I I.and Otl'i. .- at .Milts Fit. -M-'.Juuu,
! Fob. 17. .192 1.
' Notice is h' r.by given that
i ANTON M. SUR ENSEN.
j of I'owd* 1 \ ilie. Montana, » i.n on
April 5, 1916. made Hd. Enin, No.
028836, for X W • j. ' W *•„• N E 1 ,, i .ois 1 ,
2. Section 12, Township 1-.- Range
32-E., M. P. AleriJian. has m.-J notice
j of intention to make three y. ,tr proof,
to establisli claim to ttic land above
1 describe«!, before Register and
t.
f
1 eel ver, Unit« d Sta *
OS J.
anti Of
: Miles City, Montau
• t. ur
i the ö
tu a if 3
of April, 1921.
1 Claimant names
a .s w
'it'n» ?s-e
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I Thomas Brady, 0
f Mi;
;*:s Uity
. Men
i tana; Edward W. :,
: urn.
of Mil«
s Pitv
r
'Montana; Johann, s
Thul
4 ,
r I'ow
' der ville. Montana;
V.
iUwii
Rowd"r\ ill*-, Alontana.
1 f25in25 H. W. .
M Y E 1
; s ; .
i s r t- r.
i..........
LEWI*.
M IH«««I.
I On Fel"
! - ! il. I y gr.-a
! in Februa
! pat t of 11 .
n
Visit.»» Ut!>
of tti-; Sand Creek
The folio wins s:
eUSSed:
Washington ... .
I .in eo In......
Gettysbu; g
1 licken» . .
Recitation.
.any 2 -. tlu school
1 men whose birth.lax
iy. National songs
e T.i-cg r am.
seh.ooi.
"<>l »lien
.dr.
. .Isabel Welpe, -t
. w alter - .rooms
. .Donald Manlier
.......Marcus Y- - er«, vie
-i neoln"...............
I ............... Nieh.-las Sc,. r..\ !c
i Edison .............Rosamond Monroe
• Kecltatb...-:. "A iling.' Rlaeksunith"... .
I .................... Walter Grooms
j Landseer ..............Harold Aloiirtc
! itefifatlori, "Washington''...........
I ...................■ Lynn G:orr:s
: Recita.ion, "Children s Hour".......
................ Isabelle Weip- rt
addition there Wf-ru several other
j numbers provided by the'victrola.
— ---- - . , ----
j Hardware men are reaping :t har
atl . . . . .« ««,
| vest duo to tho crime vave. I'ad
locks, heavy chains and burglar tie
, . . ,, , " "* '* v
e | vices arc '»cn? Sfd-.t tn largo fluan
• r have i.i-e". sold
trail t!■
'Charter No. 11418 Reserve Dlst. No. 9
Report of condition of the t
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF i
BROADUS ;
at Rroadus, in the Slate of Montana, at ;
the close of business on Feb. 21, 1921. ;
RESOURCES
1. a Loans a n d discounts,
iucluding redis
counts ........$45,147.99
2. Overdrafts, unsecured .... 61.07
4. U. S. Government Securi
ties Owned and unpledged.. 900.00
e Securities, other
than U. S. bonds
unit including
stocks), owned
and unpledged..# 7,764.30
Total bonds, securities, etc.,
other than U. S.......... 7.764.30
6. Stocks, other than Federal
Reserve Rank stock ..... 250.00
7. Stock of Federal Reserve
Bank (50 per cent of
subscription) .......... 850.00
s. Value of banking house,
owned and unincumbered.. 2.716.78
9. Furniture and fixtures.... 3,352.69
10 . Real estate owned other
than bunking house ....... 3.100.00
11. Lawful reserve with Fed
eral Hi* rve Rank ........ 5,000.00
13. Cash in vault and net
amounts due from national *
hanks .................... 12.547.57
16. Cheeks cn other banks in
the same city or town as
n porting bank (other
than Item 15).......... 33."..7 1
i't tal of items 12, 13.
15 and 16. . . .$12,883.31
7 Cheeks on banks located
outside of city or town of
a* porting bank and other
cash it. ms .................
Interest earned but not
collected— apporximate —on
Notes and Bills Receivable
not imst due ..............
0. Other assets, if any ......
of
1,
for
the
of
of
is
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. 882.282.1 i
LIABILITIES
II. Capital stock paid in
1 2 Surplus fund ........
a Undivided
priflts ...............$298.29
li Less current
expenses, interest
and taxes paid ......559.32
!2. Cashier's checks on own
bank outstanding .......$ 813.su
Demand deposits (ether
than bank deposits) subject
to Reserve (deposits paya
ble within 3u days):
Individual deposits sub
' i
Ann ni.
'!!!",
-,a0t. , I
jovt to check
rtificatcs of deposit due
in less than 3d days (other
than for money borrowed).
" t a 1 of ili-mand de
posits t o t h e i
than hank de
posits) subject
io Reserve.
Items 33. 34, 35,
:;<". 37 and 38......$46,084.82
'.n.-- deposits subject to re
serve (payable after 30
• 'a > s, or subject to 30 days
i.i more notie... and postal
savings):
;'. «.'el titicates . f deposit
i. other than for money
but row • -cl ) ............
12. 1 u her time deposits
. . .$45,584.82
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7.255.50
I 628.(1."
T • • l. t
' of time
deposits
su f
fjl-l t I.»
1 i*
serve.
|r..
ms 39. -I
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4 1
'12
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thl ......
■ $83,282.17
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U of Mon
1 H
aa. County
of Powder
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Cashier of
tile above
: » . 1 nu
-d bank. .
Iu
solemnly s
wear that
tlu* '»
l".Vi: .Statt
nn
■nt is true !
to the best
1 l* 11:
> kitoWled
and belief.
r*
li. FINCH,
Cashier.
Si '
' ■" ; ''.eil a
ini
sworn to
before me
l h ; s
2nd due e
f ;
March. 1921
Xot.'i
A1
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161 IT W. HI
ill) EL.
!-y Publie
f.
>r the State of Mon
Ja !
la. R.-sidin
at 111 on dus.
My com
i
i expires Jan. 19. 1924
fil'd RAY F. TAREELL,
E. W. Rl'E,
W. T WATTE.
1 »il-eet Of!
Coal WEM 028652
NOTH' E EOH PI lll.lt \T10N
D.-partment of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Alibs c'ii v. Alontana.
Feb. 24. 1921.
Notice is hereby given that
ERNEST L. KEHLE.
■ >f Rroadus. Montana, who. on March
24. 1916. made Hd. Entre. No. 028652,:
for NB*». Kb.NWH. N'-SI-Dj, Section
15, Township 4-3.. Range 51-E. M. p. ■
Meridian, has filed notice of intention
to make three year proof, to estab
lish claim to the land ab« \e described. !
before H. R. Straiton. (Merk of the -
District Court, at Rroadus, Alontana.
on the Lsth .lay of April. 1921.
Claimant names as witnesses:
A. R. Norris. ('. R. Lewis, H. It. Cook,
Bernard Fain, all of Rroadus, Aleut.
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\V. AlYERS, Register.
il W EAI 028765
NOTICE FOR 1*1 111,1« NTH)N
Department of the Interior, T T . S.
Land « »fl'iee at Miles City, Alontana,
January ::t, 1921.
Notice is hereby given that
JAMES A. HURLEY,
of Epsie, Alontana. who. on March 31.
1916, made ltd. Entry, No. 028765, for
East Half. Seetion 10. Township 5-S..
Range 49-E., AI. I*. Aierldian. has tiled
notice of intention to make three year
preof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before H. R. Straiton,
Clerk of Courts, at Rroadus. Montana,
0.1 the 21st day of Alareh. 1921.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Howard Roberts, Everett Brock,
Leonard Brock, Ace Rice, all cf Epsie,
Alontana.
f4ni4 G. \V. MYERS. Register.
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Coal AY LAI 0424 1 9-042480 ,
NOTICE FOR 1*1 lil.H ATHIX i
Department ot the Interior, U. S. '
i.and Office at Miles City, Alontana. ;
January 31, 1921.
Notice is hereby given that.
WJLLIAAI A. VANDREY, |
of Epsie, Alontana, who. on February :
191 S July 15. 1919, made Hd. and ;
lid. Entry, No. 042479, 042489.1
E'.l' See. . 8 , x\ '.a, Section 27,
Range 49-E., AI. P.
1
Ad
for
Tow nsliit
Meridian, lias filed notice or Intention
to make three year proof, to establish
claim to the land above described, be
fore Theo. W. Craig, United States
Commissioner, at Rroadus. Alontana, on :
tho 25th day of March. 1921. :
Claimant names as witnesses: !
Frank Burnett, James Monaghan.
Willard Stevens, Amos Stevens, all of !
Epsie, Alontana.
f4tu4
W. MYERS. Register.
Ccul WEM
NOTICE FOR 1*1 Ill.H ATION
Department of the Interior. U. K.
Land Office at Miles City, Montana.
January 31, 1921.
Notice is hereby given that
HENRY J. AMBUEL.
of Kingsley, Alontana, who, on May
23, 1916. made Hd. Entry, No. 029552,
for NEYiSEti. E'-l-NEîî, Seetion 3
-
029552
Township 3-S.. Range 51-E., M, P. I
Meridian, has filed notice of intent'on
to make three year proof, to establish
claim to the land above described, be-,
fore Theo. W. Craig, United States !
Commissioner, at Rroadus, Montana, on !
the 26th day of Alareh, 1921.
Claimant names as witnesses: »
George Brock, Allen Brock. Jacob )
Dykstra, Bertha Ambuel, all of Kings- :
ley. Montana. 1
f4m4 G. W. MYERS, Register. !
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Coal WEM 040534 ;
NOTICE FOR 1*1 Ill.H ATION
Department of the Jntermr. U. S.
Land Office at Allies City, Alotilatia,
Feb. 7, 1921.
Notice Is hereby given that
LEO E. GREEN,
of Camp's Pass, Montana,_ who, on I
J uly*°ï 7.** "i917?"ma«ie~'Hd7"'Entry",' No', j
040534, for 8%SEÎ4. SW«. Section 20,
Township 3-S.T Range 49-E. M. P. Me
ridian. has filed nottee of intention to
make three year proof, to establish 1
claim to the land above described, be- 1
fore A. J. Smith. United States Com- i
missibner, at Olive. Montana, cn the >
missibner. —
1»t day of April, 1921.
Claimant names as witnesses:
is____TAC y*wnr.»i n $ f Ç. inl .'c

Coal 028932
NOTICE FOR I'lHllCATIOtl
Department ot me interior. U. S.
Land Office at Miles City, Montana,
February 9, 1920.
Notice is hereby given that
JOHN DUNCAN,
Coalwood, Montana, who, on May
1916, made Hd. entry. No. 028932,
for East half, Section 32, Township
1-3., Range 50 East. M. I*. Meridian,
has Hied notice ot Intention to make
three year proof, to establish claim to
the land above described, before A. J.
Smith, United States Commissioner, at
Olive, Montana, on the 26th day or
March, 1921.
Claimunt names as' witnesses:
Ralph D. McCurdy, Charles W all,
Ervin Yiertel, Lowell S. Vanderver, all
of Coalwood, Montana,
minis G. W. MYERS, Register.
CoaTWKM 0474 43
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
—isolate» TRACT
PUBLIC LAND SALE
Department of the Interior, U. 3.
Land Office at Milts City, Montana,
January 29, 1921.
Notice is hereby given that, ns di
rected by the Commissioner of the
General Land office, under previsions
of Sec. 2455, U. S., pursuant to the
application of P. Joy Moore, Mocrhead,
Montana, Serial No. 047443, we will
offer at oublie sale, to the highest
bidder, but at not less than $2.00 per
acre, at 10 o'clock A. M.. on the 2nd
dav cf Mav, 1921, next, at this pfflce,
the following tract of land: 8KU 8«
is T 9 -S.. R. 50 -E , M. P. M. "This
of
est
M.
of
ly
«rad is ordered into the market on a J
showing that the greater portion there
of is mountainous or toe rough for j
cultivation.'' This land ' will he sold
wlth, and subject to the
present at the hour named have ceased
bidding The person making the high- ' ,.
est bid will be required to immediately |
nuv to the Receiver the amount
* - rcu f j
Vnv persons claiming adversely the ;
ibcve-ili sei ibi d laud are advised to |
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tlle their
before th
claims, or objections, on or
time designated for sale.
G. W. MYERS,
Register.
fllmll Register. :
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, 048709 '
loal „mi ..a hi irvriON !
ilistlL VlED TRACT
* 7Î,.. întohii.r E s !
Department of^th«^ xiYwitl.nn. :
Land Office at Allies Uity, Alontana,
Jan. 10, 1921. At .
Notice is hereby given that, as dl
rected bv the Commissioner of the
General i.and office, under provisions
of See. 2455, It. 3.. pursuant to the ap
plication of James A. Russell, berlal 1
No. 048709, we will offer at public sale,
to the highest bidder, but at not less
ilmn $2.00 per acre, at 10 ? clock A.
Ab, on the 4th day cf April, 1921. next,
at this office, the following tract of
land- XE'i3E'4. Section 24. Owp.
Range' 4 50-East M. H, M. "Xhl.
S-3.. __________ . .
tract is ordered into the market on a
showing that the greater portion
theteof is mountainous or too rough
for cultivation." This land will be
sold In accordance with, and subject
to, the provisions and reservations of
th" act of June 22, 1910. (.36 Stat.. 583).
The sale will not be kept open, but
will be declared clcscd when those
present at the hour named have ceased
bidding. The person making the high
est bid will be required to immediately
pay to the Receiver the amount
thereof. . , , ..
Any poisons claiming adversely the
above-described land are advised to
file their claims, or objections, on or
before the lim.
fini 1
Coa 1
for sale.
G. \Y. AlYERS,
Register.
04 SO 12
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
—ISOLATE» TRACT
PUBLIC LAND SALE
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Allies City, Montana.
Jan. 10, 1921.
Notice is hereby given that, as di
rected bv Hie Conimlssicner of the
General lanid office, under previsions
of Sec. 2455, R. S., pursuant to the
application or Susan Snoddy. Serial
No. 048612, we will offer at public sale,
to the highest bidder, but at not less
than $1.50 per ue»*e, at lb oYlcek .V.
At., on the 5th day of April, 1921.
next, at this office, the followtng tiact |
of land: Nl.'.SWJ,. ,».• .\ N '; I
NL*». Section 24, lwp. 9-h- R- 4» Last ,
AI. P. Meridian. lhis tiaet Is mdered
into H». • market on a showing that the
greater portion t'm re. f is mountainous
...r too rough for cultivation. ^ 8 !
land will be sold in accor.lan.;.* with. ;
and subject to. the pro\ irions uti.t u-s
ervatioiis cl tiie net of June 1J1U. j
(36 Stat..
Tin- sab
will be ,
. , , .
ill uot li. , ' .V „'i,," 1 .. i
lai'-'t closed when those
hour named have ceased
bidding. Tin- p. i-son making the high
est bid will be required to immediately
nay to the Receiver the amount
thereof. . . j
Any persons claiming adversely the
abeve-drseribed land are adxiseil to j
id.- their "laitns. or objections, on 01 |
before the lime designated l'or sale.
<; \y. Myers.
fllmll Register
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925671 i
.Montana,
Foal WEM
NOTICE FOR UUIILH NTION T
Depai-tmeui of the Interior, l.
Land «Jfliee at Aille» t
Feb. 24, 1921.
Notice is hereby given that 1
n wiki. M. g ask ill. I
of Stacey, Montana, who. on June 1st. [
1915. made Ad. Hd. Entry. No. 02o6«l.
i 0 r ].M,|-n, Section 26 , To win. hip 2-S., ■
Range 4x-E , Al R. Meridian, has lileil |
of intention t<: make three year;
p,,„,f . »tablisli claim to the land
(above .lege il beil,' before A. J. Smith.
Fonimigsioner. at olive,
the Ml: day of April,
1 -,.j,.g, ,,
,,
iyi
T laimant names as witnesses:
Sam ............ t ,£ ...... .... Montana;
m. «Iritfin. of Staeey, Alontana;
xieola Vitaniia. of Camp» Ras». Mon
a; Joseph Gasklll, ot' l.oesch. .Mon
tun
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W. MYERS. Register.
RAKING 1*0 AY DISK NEWS
Scholar.)
(By a DetioKir.) j
The people of Raking Powder creek;
have faught sickness all winter.
Ji. F. Hubbard and C. J. Tipton have
had bad luck trying to get started for
Alilcs City.
Mrs. Dupree and family have moved
bark to their place <>n Halting Powder.
We're in hopes it will ttrn ccld and
be winter because summer In winter
ts tiresome.
Nine scholars are going to the Rak
ing Powder school. Only three have
perfect attendance so far. Part of the
others missed school cn account of
sickness. j
Out- tlag is getting lather worn but
s tm serves as old Glory. j
Air and Mrs. Vick Reding ar>* visit- ;
j ue on Baking Powder Ibis week.
m,-. HaPle helped buihj an ice house
for H. D. Frankforter. HrT have to
hurry if he gets any ice this year. .
1 Vera Pierce had a splendid visit with
! Henrv Daily's Saturday and Sunday.
« Mrs. Frank Pierce was at Broadus
; last week
I
One girl of the Baking Powder
school was at the B-Divtdc Community
club meeting last Sunday and reports
fti
a gay time and a lap-dinner fit lor a
king. But it was not altogether suit
able because the. next day she was as'
lame as an old man from running and!
j rac ing She declares she will sp«;nd
next Saturday and Sunday break ng
the horse that tried some high-flying
last Sunday,
1 " ,1
Mcst all lit«
1 Baking Powd.-r creek. We
i a car ride on Washington#
> without having to U»g our
■ snow hanks.
Kcva Piere.
snow has melted on
We can take
hlrthda?
way thru
and Wilma «'ray are
Coal WEM 04829*
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
ISOLATE» IRAIT
PUBLIC LUND SALE T _
Department cf the Interior, u. E
Land Office at Miles City. Montana
Feb. 8, 1931.
Notice is hereby given that, as di
rected by the Commissioner of the
General Land Office, under provisions
of See. 24S6, R. 8., pursuant to the ap
plication of Maud A. Hcughlan. Miles
City, Montana, Serial No. 048299, we.
will offer at public sale, to the high
est bidder, but at not less than $3.OP
per acre, at 10 o'clock A. M., on the
11th day of May, 1921, next, at thU
office, the following tract cf land:
NW»*NW!4 Sec, 22, T. 3-S., R. 48-E.,
M. 1'. M. This land will be sold iu
accordance with, and subject to the
provisions and reservations of the act
of June 22, 1910, (36 Stat., 583.)
The sale will not be kept open, but
will he declared closed when those
present at the hour named have ceased
bidding. The person making the high
est bid will be required to Immediate
ly pay* to the Receiver the amount
thereof.
Any persons claiming adversely th*
above-desoMbed land are advised io
file their claims, or objections, on or
before the.time designated for sale.
G. W. MYERS,
f25t«25 Register.
Coal "WEM 01840*
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
1901, \TEO TRACT
PUBLIC LAND SALE
Department cf the Interior, IT. S.
Land Office at Miles City, .Montana,
Feb. 8, 1921.
Notice is hereby given that, as dl
rooted by the Commissioner of the
win offer at public sale, to the high
,. s t ladder, but at not less than $2.5fc
per acre, at 10 o'clock A. Ai., on the
mh day of May. 1921. next, at thlr
office, the following tract of land:
s\\- i^sjlV \\ Sec. 4. T. 4-3., H. 49-E.,
jj. p, VI. This land will be sold in ac
ordance with, and subject to. the pre
visions and reservations of tile act of
Juno 22, 1910. (36 Stat. 5S3.)
The rale will not be kept open, hut
will be declared closed when those
present at the hour named have cease*.
bidding. The person making the high
est bid will be required to immediate
ly pay to the Receiver Hit amount
Any persons claiming adversely the
above-described land are advised te
1 0 „ a j W KM
NOTICE F'
tile their claims, or objections, on or
before the time designated for sale.
G. \V. AIYER3,
l'25m25 Register.
January 29 1921
04933*
FOR PI ni.H .UriON
ISOLATE» TRACT
PUBLIC LAND SALE
Department cf the Interior, U. 8.
Land Office at Alilcs City, Montana.
Notice Is hereby given that, as di
rected by the Commissioner of th«
General Land Office, under ptovlsltftM
of Sec. 2455, R. S., pursuant to the ap
plication of P. N. Leveque, Selway,
Afcntana, Serial No. 049339, wo wlU
offer at public sale, to the highest
bidder, but at not less than $2.00 per
acre, at 10 o'clock A. M., on the 2nd
day of May, 1921, next, at this office,
the following tiTlct of land: XWli
XWU Sec. 17, T. 6-S., R. 48-E., M. P.
M. This land will be sold in accord
ance with, and subject to, the previ
sions and reservations of the Act ot
June 22. 1910 t36 Sta.. 583.)
The sale will not be kept open, but
will be declared closed when those
present at the hour named have ceased
bidding. The person making the high
est bid will be required to Immediate
ly pay to the Receiver the amount
thereof.
Any persons clailniug adversely th«
above-described land are advised to
file their claims, or objections, on or
before llio time designated for sale.
G. W. MYERS.
f25ni25 Register.
Coal WEM 028879-03774i
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior. U. S.
I.and Offlde at Allies City, Alontana.
Feb. 17, 1921.
Notice is hereby given that
MARIE E. SCOFIELD,
formerly Alarie E. Higgins,
| 0 f Montana, whe, on 7-15-1*
I and 7-18-16. made Hd. and Ad. Hd.
, Knt No> 028879, 037741, for SE*i
gK ,4 See 1;{j T S -S., R. 52-E.. W»,
Sf . 0 j- W'.NW»; See 20 NE*4,
Lots 1," 2. Sec. 19. S'iSEÙ.
! XKt,SE'4. S.-e. Is. Township 8 -S„
; Uang0 53 .e„ j(. p. Meridian, has filed
notice of intention to make three
j y,, a r proof, to establish claim tt> the
(land above described, before John L.
i Scofield. United States Commissioner,
at Riddle, Montana, on the lsth day
of April, 1921.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Laura K. Rue, George 11. Rue, Ells
worth Honyan. Jasper S. Rue, all ot
j Rbl,dle. Montana.
r25m25 \ V . MYERS. Register,
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NOTICE
1 Until further notice, we have sus
; pended buying wheat. We still have
i a small storage space, and wil ac
cept a united amount of wheat for
storage.
We expect to resume buying in
1 . ,
I thirty or sixty days.
[ jjuoADUS CO-OPERATIVE MILL-

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ING CO.
POWDER RIVER
LODGE U D AF&AM
Meet* Sud and 4tk
Tuesdays. Visiting
Ill-others Welcome.
Bop, CHKSWORTH
AUCTIONEER
Terms Reasonable. Phone or Write.
Stacey, Mont.
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j ll-VO. JI. «1 2 A AllbTN, AL. 1*
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JAMES McMILLAX
LAND ATTORNEY.
Land Troubles Including Contests.
Miles City, Mont.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Office and Residence,
Broadus, Mont.
1
JOHN H. ROUGE
. CARPENTER AND
BUILDER.
Concrete Work. •
Estimates Cbeerfuly Furnished.
Rroadus, Mont.
EDVVA1ÎD PRCIIAL
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Broadus. Mont.

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