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WILL fOMCUMB MORTGAGE
OR AU. DESERTED STATE LADD Foreclosures or state farm loans will he made in cases where the borrower has left the land, it was decided at a -meeting of the state land board when the attorney general was requested to bring suit on mortgages held against abandoned places, say the Helena Rec ord. About 85 cases are Included and the amount represented is In the neigh borhood of $150,000. In all these cases Interest payments on the loan are de llnquent for two to three years and taxes have not been paid inthe same length of time. It was reported at the meeting that the slate now has a total of $5,511,000 of the common school fund invested In farm loans, of which there rae 2,23. Thirty-five per cent of these loans dellnquentu p to three years, H. V Bailey, register of state lands, told the. board. Delinquentinterest on June 30, was $157,300 and the total of de linquencies at this timels $992,730. Examiners sent out to check up the condition of doubtful farm loans reported that in many cases the land had never been tilled, although t farm loan law specifically provid that only "well improved farm land - ' should gel the benefit of the act. In a number of cases the borrowers ha i left their places immediately upon ob taining the loans. The farm loan law provides also that not more than 40 per cent of the value of the land should be loaned. Ap praisals of the land and loan recom mendations were made to the hoard through the state land agent's office. Twenty dollars per acre was a com mon appraisal of non-lrrigated farm land and $1S on the same class of land not yet brought und. r cultivation. Pol« closures on the abandoned farms will soi ve the double purpose of plac ing the land under iho title of the state and stopping the delinquent tax penalties, which amount to 22 per cent yearly after the first year. All farm loans, with interest and taxes, were paid up in full in Gallatin, Lincoln, Missoula, Mineral and Powell counties. Register Bailey reported to the board. There are delinquents in every othei county that has the loans. III*. UiPKItAl, I.OWX to other cm vrniji th. (Hysham Echo.) Treasure county seems to lia left gasping by the roadside Federal Land hank. Counties on both sides have been liberally taken care of, hundreds of thousand dollars hav ing been loaned to farmers at a time when they were most in need. Since the reopening of the loans by the Federal Land bank last spring $12,5i»0 has been loaned in Treasure county, only adrop in the bucket, r.s compared to the actual needs of the Yellowstone county's fi dt ml a association is said to have and loaned fully a million The Ros.-hud county associa handling thisl oan. has been -aring for the n ds of hat county and is n i.ik ro t Ik count y. farm lo secured dollars, tien for very active in the farmers in inc many loans. Wibaux county, which is ab, a size of Treasure county in both age and population, has nicer, ft reived $90,000 from the hand which has been distributed t< farm, rs there.a r.dare abrut to receive $90.000 more. The following from the Wibaux Pioneer-Gazette, shows what can be done by a live association: "Tlie Beaver Valley National Farm Loan association cf which TI. K. Mur phey is secretary, has had under ad visement during the past week about 30 applications for farm loans amount ing to about $90.000. James Griffith, the appraiser of th- Federal Land bank, has local appr; Miller and nearly 13 less tiian tion. "Mr. Or been favo managt ntti in having : ered at this time, when other associa tions were cnly obtaining 13 blanks, and some were not receiving any. Mr. Griffith was here three days and was present at the directors' meeting which was held in the Commercial flub rooms when these applications were passed on. "Mr Murplu-v was vet« highly com plimented on the excellent work as secretary in pushing matters that came into his hands through in a speedy manner. The. president of this association is J. J. Cassidy, and any information needed in the matter of making a loan through this agency can be obtained from either of these officers. "Already $90,000 havt b-, n loaned through this association and now* this is a second batch amounting to an other $90.000. This is the only thing that will save our farmers even if some wiseacres do stand aside and cynically say we are making nminer« been her« . and lie with the user«. H. K. -Murpi «y, k. r. F. O. T> rrtl hav • eoverod township* in appr -lising no SO farms in their jtirisdic ffi tii stated that wt- had red. tlin ugh tho efficient of this local ora mization. s o man> : ppl icatioi s consld of tho farmers." 1 liingK t hat Can't Itr Tt<»ugh4 Und tie he F toutfht th* publ! shed !n rat hr • r il n usual that no fms TO hi Inter rst fo r the title. "Things That Can't Chicago Daily News various periodicals -, advertisement — one re more than common eader. The t--xt reads: "You can buy power—but not - 0 - spect. "You ally. "You friends "The most precious tilings in Jil tin- tilings that can't l»e bought. "The most priceless feature paper's circulation is the thir. newspaper ran buy—reader lo public respect." isiti'.n—but followers - but alt 1 M ords of a W ise Man \ Buddhist fable tells «if a. .R ad da thrown down by the side of tho road. Those whe passed showed plainly their aversion, until a wise man cam' along Ht~ looked upon the "unsightly hndy lyiug there, and remarked, "What beuatiful teeth!" 1 j , Persistence Greatest Virtue Perhaps the greatest virtue of :H, is persistence. The devil is more buc eeesful th.«n some <.f the rest of us heraus** he works r.t his job twerty four hours a day. .sever, days a week. STACEY J. C. Whltham. forest supervisor, ef Miles City spent several days this week at the Whltetail station. WJirren Akers of Ashland Is attend ing to the forest business at the White tall station during the absence of For est Ranger Dodge, who is confined to the hcspital in Miles suffering from an attack of rheumatism. Sidney Smith and wife of Camps Pass were business visitors in out neighborhood this -week. Charles Daly accompanied a ship ment of sheep to the Chicago market this week. Senator J. C. Kinney of Wibaux stepped in Stacey on Saturday on the way to Ashland. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Yokley and small son returned to their home in Baker on Tuesday after a pleasant visit at the Jarvis home. Mr, and Mrs. Frank Daly are spend ing a few days in Billings. G. X. Wells spent a couple of days at the G tiffin ranch this week. Mr. Wells has extensive road contracts on the Custer highway in Wyoming, to which place he leturned on Thursday. Mrs. Ray Bartholomew and little daughter Echo spent several days this week at th Mrs. John Laporte was hostess to the Busy Bee Sewing club on Satur day. At the noen hour a delicious hot luncheon was served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. R. G. Fleming and Miss Florence Mahoney. The afternoon was spent by the ladies with needle I and thimble while the gentlemen were ent« rtained wi.h cards. The next j meeting of this club will be at the I home of Mrs. E. W. Shy on December : 10th. Those present this werk were! Mesdames E. W. Shy, J. P. Sutton. ! . Cheswcrth, R. G. j Daly, Ray Bartholo- ! The bar comp! 'tt'ly This i »s qui ana hay \\ lily Bart O. O. Tuipi turn* 1 fret have O. i . Cru gone to B home of Mrs. J. E. Olson. \ Ebon Daily, li. Fleming, Churl mew and J. K. Olson, and Messrs. R. j tf. Fleming, E. W. Shy and J. B. ' Sutton. Rev. Father LeDuc of St. Labres | Mission at Ashland said mass at the J church in Stacey on Sunday morning. | Ben Toennis spent several days this in Miles, s. Toennis H. was accompanied il the children B-DIVIDE The regular meeting of the B-Divide Community elub was held with Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Heaton. Considering the stormy day the attendance was good. B. II. Mitchell was reelected president by acclamation; R. H. Heaton was elected, vice president te succeed J. Fred Toman and Mrs. Laura Pierce secretary-treasurer to succeed Mrs. Pansy Rapp. The elub voted to hold me« tings only once every four weeks while the days are so short. Mesdames O. C. Cramer. Clark 1'umph and R. H. 'onimittee to turns enter ; Hi-aton wen ■ appointed a 1 make plana for the i'liris tainment. I'aul Glos «er has b>-i.ri O. O'Malley (better known dig ;t well i m the latter'» Kd Clay and K H. Heato wheat to Itrnn dlls to exelia' flour, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. U atntin joieing over the arrival of a in helping M as Sunday) s place. io k f« r boy. with Mr. and Mrs. re visiting Frank week into as to send Thomas Williams Rob Montgomery, fu rters. The Duprees moved this the Robert Steels house, si the children to school. Jack Clevenger has been suffering from blood poisoning in ids right hand. Jack says that being a bach eler he does a lot of talk against the women but when he gets sick he hunts ! for one as fast as tie can go. Mrs. j Emma Cramer helped him so she is j A-t with Jack now. n of Paul Everett was ! burned one day last week. :e a misfortune as Ms feed j ere likewise destroyed. \ holomew. O. C. Lawrence, Tutpree and Herman Smith i V 1 turned from South Dakota where thev , have been working all summer. | <». c Cramer and Frank Pierce have 1 gone to BelK Fourche for loads of. John Burgess of Rosebud visited S. Baker the last of the week. Tf. Mitchell is busy these days deny ing corn down cn the Big Powder. KELLY SCHOOL ■ m sch O' pn (By tlie Pupils.) Lois-Knight was absent fr. Monday. The Kelly school pupils cave ; gram and dance November 23rd. Ha Mitchell is making an unusual record in school, having read ten first and second grade books in sixteen days. She was promoted to the third grade Tuesday. The "sneeze g. rm'' floating mound, caught several of us this week. Archie Kelly made abusim-ss Pip to Broadus the first of the week. H. S. Mitchell, Mrs. Mitchell and Mrs. Engels went to Broadus recently and mi the return trip the wind blew the !1 ir ! I ; i • i top 0 f the- c.Tr «1 own Mrs. Mltchel made on effort tr .tump \\ hi . tho oa st a rtf 1 tobaok do iv n he till ! wa* > Mrs adly hurt. McPherson and the -an caste - family have moved down n •Sand Creek school. John Borden called at Wart comb's Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Morris and Mrs. Brook eu JT.jl h ok-r- ♦, vrn c ,-■»,. „ " P . P * a ; l .rh.n - ,0 Miles city Monday, j •J. A. Monaghan and Frank IVtro are freighting to Mile« City, They had wid. Ht When the king bolt broke I w-.tt.r n " : 1 1 . ,; , Howard Leister | n ek " ! uru ,ISf " p orst s 0,1 *'»•>' O.-a Force and road crew hart tuvn.d home from road work. 'h. Fields Is freighting torn from : : ; \rvadr, 1 'Tam Hudson has finish.-d Ins round- , Jup and has taken his hors, s to th" 1 j north side. , Mr and M:s. TT Wise were visiter Henry Mitchell's last Sunday'. Juki v\ ol gemuht puren iSCfi a hilf hog- f r Din Oscar Johnson tl is Wl ok. N.iff R«i orris and lia 51 itcllrl 1 tt't i-r* caîlors r» f Up.de Bat tire ay 1 Bi ock r"ttimed ro c Mi: s# r*itv a few day ? ago T^eor. n tv! Frock and >f . v 1st ro}. stives on Buck creek r 00 last of îhr ; j 1 . ■ yveek. Mrs. M. B. school Mond;, a. last of th. ' "d at oar i Keliy called at 0!jr ; , . . Amos ht eve ns and Miss Ir.ia stev-ns ! ««■re «abri a r«t II. 8. Mitchell s Sunday, j A. >. Keliy' has beer, suffer'sg from! a sc-vete c.i'el thw week, ! : BROADUS GRADE SCHOOL I j I : ! j City ! Elizabeth Garr was a visitor at the grammar sehocl Friday, November 18, as there was no school in high school on account of the basket ball game between Broadus and Ekalaka at the latter place. Ruth Waite is still absent on account of illness. She has been cut of school for the past two weeks but we hope to have her with us again soon. We are glad to have George Sandall with us again after a week's absence. Armistice day was observed by the grammar school by silent prayer for two minâtes just before 12 m„ and the afternoon was devoted to patri otic singing, poems and selected read ings. LOESCH Quite a bit of zero weather nowa days; keeps a person moving around to keep warm. Several tf the neighbors in this vi cinity have bad colds. John Hudson, who received injuries at the Bid well sawmill, Is Improving very nicely. Miss Eva McQueen is staying with her sister, Mrs. Virgil Dixon, and go \ ing to school this winter. Standish Johnson and wife are plan ning on seing to Dakota for the win. ter, but have given it up now. A few people from this vicinity were callers at Broadus last week. Levi Maekin is still working, in the oil fields. '. er;n n Lockwood is doing his chores while lie is gene. Mr. Wertman is working for Mr Gorshcs this week. IV. A. Price made a trip to Stacey Saturday afternoon. Wesley XI. Sandefcr autoed f> M les unday. OF REGULAR Tl EX AMIN ATIONS. A4 IIERS' j NOTICE ' | The next regular teachers' exami J nation will he held at the court house | in Broadus on the first and second of December. FLORENCE FITZPATRICK, County Supt. of Schools. Coal RE 039101 NOTICE F4>it PI lll.lt ATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Miles City. Montana. November 19. 1921; Notice is hereby given that FAITH McGRAY. ; of Selway. Montana, who, on October 26. 1917. made Homestead Entry. No. 1039101 for K'-.SU' , « 1 Lots 3, 4. See. 7. T. 6-8.. it. 4.x-E., Lots 2. 3. NW'i SEVi, SWi,NK' 4 . Sec. 12. Township 6-8., R. 47-T7., M, P Meridian, lias filed notice k r _ Non ! j is j ! j \ Peter Schwind. Frank Kapcsnk. John Kusel. Faith McGray. ail of Sei wav. of int ention t 0 mai k e tliree year proof, to est tabiish ' Maim to tlie land above desi-ri bed. t'Cf ore \] tort Colli'nge, United .states Cummi SSÎOÎH ?r, at Selway . Men tana.' on the S «th th ,1 y of Januar) .. 1922. Chit niant in lines as witnesses Peti ■r Sell wind. Frank Ki ipesak. Fiel r< ■ X. I.e\ •quo. John Kusel. alt of S. 1 wa y. Mont, ana. N 2 5 - 1 '' ■23 « . \V. .MYK148. Ueg; ister. Goal BE 04169$ NOTICE FOR 1*1 IILICATION Department of the Interior, tî. 8. Land Offiee at Miles City, Montana, November 19. 1921. Notice is hereby given that PIERRE X EEYEQFK. i of Selway, Montana, who. 011 Septem -liter 10. PCS. made Hcmestead Entry. V 1 No. «H09*. for WDSU't; See. S, ; St;. NE1 4 , SE'i, Section 7. Township 6-S.. Range |x-E.. M. |>. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make three year proof, to establish claim to the land a be >'< described, before Bert Collinge. l 'ni ted States Commissioner, at Selway. Montana, on the 9th day of January, 1922. Taimant nara \v ,im Montana. X23-1 »23 W. MYERS, Register. ■oui RE 032555 NOTICE FOR 1*1 111.14 VTION Department of tlie Interior U. S. Land Office at Miles Cite, Montana. November 16, 1921. .Notice is hereby given that CHAS. F. G< »I'Ll.», hell of George Gculd. deceased, r.f Boy. s, Montana, who, on November 11 191»!. made Homestead Entry, No! 032533. for Lots 1, 2. 3 t. S' X'.. Section 3. Township f M. P. Meridian, has fi tent ion to make thre , « -stablish claim to the land above de-! | * the* nist He." c«^Vf Str ^ ,0 BroÄ k 1 Mentana, on the 5th dav of Januatx'! of. 1922. ' 5.. thing» * 53 -ri d notice ef in War pi oof, to land ab< JVC de Struiton . Clerk t. at It road us. ay of j: a nu a 1 y. S. 1922. Claimant names as witnesses: 5\ . S. Elkins, K lv. Elkins. Reynolds. Henry Taylor, all ef l!t. .Montana X25-T W. MYERS R, gistei !1 ! Re ÏÏrJvF I N4»TICE FOR 1*1 HMP VTION Department of the Interior r s Rand Office at Mil. s fit. Mun'eiV .November 16 , 1921. Notice is hereby given that . JAMES W. HYDE. "f Ringst, y, Montana, who. ... o. ; fi. i- 3rd. 1916. made Desert Rand Entiv No 012572. for XE'.SW'i, S'.NW", N E 1 , X\V » ,, Section 1$. Township 2 -s ! i Range ..2-E,, Ai. IV Meridian, has fil. d nouer of intention to make lr,„.f • Act 3-4-1.», Par. 3. to establish claim /,* Î 'fi"' 1 above described 1.. r,„.,. H. R. Straiten. Clerk of th.- Ifi-ui.: , »»urt. at Broadus. Montana. ., ttli day of January. 1922 • Claimant names as yvitn i Robert E "■ thee. of Kiugsh-v. t li Uli! ss. of Rroadtis rr ion. of C, a 1 wood if! ion. of Coalwond. 'h W MYKR8, R,.g! • • • • 1 C,. M.,',. Sion -den lion- FARMERS AND RANCIIERS EXCHANGE COLUMN FoR SALE—-Seed rye of quality. Last year's seed Coalwond, Mont. • • . i ! - Ihr. el 9 tf Rhode ! a ; WANTED—12 early full blood j Island pullets. Give ages uu.i Apply' to Examiner, an'FoR SVI.EUrT^T.^Ia r I p! 7,^' 1 Rambouillet bucks, vearling« | two-year olds; price $22.90 . « ..... „ ;Bc-b Eccles, Biddle, Mont. ' .\i>i >2 : change for same. T . E . ?l ^rlook. FOR LEASE—1.000 acres of good paf : tur.—hay and corn. Will consult fencing additional 1.000 acres * n e .■ „ . I -'''IS. and ; ; Brcadus. Mont. , ------------ 1 . 7- SAXE—G 00 ton« of hay at $ per ton Pinto. Montana. Inquire of L. w. .09 . >wis. J ________________ 07 tf; ; WANTED—$500 on first mortgage* | j good security, time from thret »0 v- ;irs. 12 per cent interest fnqulr 1 Examiner office. . !-'.'R RENT —■ One-room Broadus; gcod locality. ■ First National Bank. SPi'f! ■ __of n ,r ' r ' • e . at ; hou#-' Ni,.',- ! 1 . j • oqj . j N4-11 ' WANTED— Clean cotton rags; w.U i>av r. cents a pound. Deliver r.t :n',-. i 5*232*2" of ««' tf ; . TRADE Ford automobile , of ! _!^ tt e ' In dulre at Examiner ofp.cr. | j WANTED TO BUY—A ccoktn.- r*7^7 I \'' r ite undersigned, giving full de- j ! rvi?!',? 11 « '4 p» ice. L. A. Matter. I : Broadus, Mont. Nil-25 NOTICE FOE PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, V. 8 . Land Office at Newcastle, Wyoming, October 20, 1021. Notice in hereby given that J. ROCK WILLIAM80N, of Gillette, Wyoming, who on August 17, 1920, made O. H. E„ No. 026846, and who. on October 18, 1021, made Additional homestead entry No. 028047 for Lot 4, SHSEH. Sec 82, SWUSWU, EkXW Vi. NEkSW'i, Let 6 , Sec. ft, T. 57 N. R. 72 West and WftNWU Lot 1 , Sec. 34, NE l*. Lot 2, Sec. 38. Town ship 57 N„ Range 72 W. 6 th P. Meri dian. has .filed notice of intention to make final three year proof, to es tablish claim to the land above de scribed. before Harry J. Chassell, U. g. Commissioner, at Gillette, Wyoming, on the 5th day of December. 1021. Claimant names as witnesses: George W. Luckcuck, of Gillette, Wyo ming; John B. Quinn. George A. Eniigh, Rock Ktnigh, all of Westen, Wyoming. 02S-N25 C. H. MASS1E, Register. NOTICE. rail for November 4th. 1921. Notice is hereby gtven tnat all war rants drawn on the Contingent Fund of Powder River County, which were prt-sented for payment prior to Octo ber 31st, 1921, and including No. 1034, which was presented for payment on October 31st, 1921, are payable. JOHN T. WILSdfc, N4-N23 County Treasurer. of NOTICE. Cali for November 4th. 1021. Notice is hereby given that all war rants drawn on the General Fund f School District Nc. 76, Fowder River County, which were presented for pay nient prior to April 23rd, 1921, and In cluding No. 150, which was presented for payment on April 23rd, 1921, are payable. JOHN T. WILSON, N4-X25 County Treasurer. NOTICE OF MALE OF FINDING HON 1)8 OF SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. S7. POAVDER RIVER COUNTY. STATE OF MONTANA. S. R. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, by the undersigned Board of Trustees of School District No. 87 of Powder River County. Montana, that cn tho 17th day of December, A. D. 1921. at the hour of 4 o'clock, P. M.,- at the Anderson School, the said Board of Trustees will sell Funding Bonds cf said School District No. 87, in an amount not to exe ed Pwelve Hundred Twenty-five Dollars ($1.225.00), said bonds being in the denomination of $100.00 each dated the 17th day of December, A. D 1921, and payable on the 17th day of December. A. D. 1941 (net to exceed 20 years) and redeemable on the 17th day of December A. D. 1931. or at any Interest paying date thereafter at the option of said Sehocl District No. 87 and hearing interest at the rate of 0 pi-r cent per annum tnot exceeding 6 per cent) payable semi-annually for the funding of cutstanding warrant issued by said School District No. 8i prior to the first dav of July, A. P. 1921. such warrants being now out standing and unpaid. The said bonds shall not he sold for less than their par value ami th Beard of Trustees reserve the right to reject any and all bids at ■ . sell such bonds at private sale if they deem it for the best interests of the District or to affect an exchange of said bonds to take up such legal outstanding in debtrdnoss by issuing the same to any person or persons lidding the war of said District representing laims against the said District, the exchange to he made dollar for dollar. All bids other than by or on behalf of the State Board cf Land Commis sioners must be accompanied by a cer tified check In the sum of $100.00. pay aide to the order of ti.e undersigned clerk which will be forfeited by the successful bidder in the event he shall refuse to purchase the said bonds. All bids shall he addressed to the under signed clerk which will he forfeited by the sucessful bidder in the event he shall refuse to purchase the said i bonds. All bids shall be addressed to I the undersigned clerk of said School of 8. j faut o'.„ t S, S. r.f Selway. Mon ana. JOE ANDERSON. FERX G UK EX. Trustees of School District No. $7. Powder River County. Montana. Attest: ALPHA I. CASEY, Clerk. N11-D2 de-! made Home k | Tow nah ip" Vs^n« Mcruli i ui ' has file<1 , K°, mak," three yea to y. s ! d 6 22-10 All but SWUNEU RE 02930! NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior. 17. S. Land Office at Miles City, Montana. November S. 1921. Notier- is hereby given-that ' CASSIUS C. DOYRE. ■>f Loesch. Montana, who, 011 Jan. 16, l:»17. made Homestead Entry. No. Half. Section 28. ange 48-16.. M. I*, notice of intention ... make three year proof, to estab lish claim to the land above described, before Bert Ccllinge, United States Commissioner, at Selway. Montana, on the 23rd day of December. 1921. Claimant names as witnesses: Dan Gaskill. of Loesch, Montana: Joseph Gaskill. of Loesch, Montana; S. Swensen, of Roesrh, Montana; Ross Decker, of Stacey. Montana. XI8-D16 <7. W. MYERS. Register. NOTICE. Cull tor Nor. IIIII, 1921. Notice is hereby given that all war rants drawn on the General Fund of Fowder River County, Montana, which were presented for payment prior to May' 1st, 1921, are payable. Notice is hereby given that all war- , rants drawn on the Road Fund of ; Powder River County, Montana, which 1 "' f - ro presented for payment prior tc : June 21st. 1921, are payable. ! JOHN T. WILSON, N11-D2 County Treasurer. 018807 NOTICE FOR 1*1 III.IC'tTION Department of the Interior. B. 8. T-and Office at Newcastle, Wyoming. October 28, 1921. Notice Is hereby given that • ALICE E. BJSLL, : of Weston, Wyoming. Devisee under . i the will and sole Heir of Lewis Wil ! lifims. Deceased, who, on June 26. ; 1919. made Homestead Entry, Nc. (»18807. for Lots 2. 3. W%NW«. Sec tf 1 tion 35. Township 57 N., Range 71 W„ ! •ith P. Meridian, has filed notice of in- tention to make three-year proof, to establish claim to the land abeve de- . I scribed,, before Harry J. Chassell. U. -'''IS. Commissioner, at Gillette, Wyo "„yljming, on Hie 16th day of December, ; cj aimant names as witnesses: William S. Bell. Mary A. Bell. Rob ert L. Maloney. George G. Rlakeman. all of Weston. Wyoming. NI1-D9 C. H. MA8S1E. Register. J tf; | 020664 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, 17. 8 . ■ Land Office at Newcastle, Wyoming. October 28, 1921. Notice !b hereby given that MART A. BELL, __of Weston, Wyoming, who. on Nfvem her 11, 1918. made Homestead Entry, ' No. ©20664. for EH 8 EU. Bee. 24: Lots e . 6. 7. Section 35. Township 57N., Range t W„ 6 th P. feerldian. has filed no ; ! tice of intentlcn to make three-year 1 proof, lo establish claim to the land above described, before H. J. Chassell, j U. S. t.'ommissloner, at Gillette, Wyo j ir.lng, on tlie 16th day of December, 1921. Claimant names as witnesses: William 8 . Belt. Robert L. Maloney. George G. Rlakeman. Alice E. Bell, all •>f Weston. Wyoming. N11-D9 C. H. MASSIF. Register. -- | Always put off till tomorrow those I i0U hBVC doB * t04ay ' j . I There can be no progress or pros perjty founded cn gloom. Business and Professional Directory | Non-coal 12-20-16 RE 048008 NOTICE FOE PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. 8 . Land Office at Miles City. Montana, November 0, 1921. Notice 10 hereby ^iyen that KENNETH ELKINS, of Broadus, Montana, who, on August 26th, 1921, made Homestead Entry, No. 043902. for 8E14, NE%SW%, WfeSWU. 8 WV 4 NVVH. Section 86 , Tcwnshlp 6 -S.. Range 62--E., M. P. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make three year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before H. R. Stratton, Clerk of the District Court, at Broadus, Montana, on the 23rd day of December, 1921. Claimant names as witnesses: Chas. M. Elkins, A. J. Haley, Chas. Gould, Ellis Ainsworth, all cf Broadus, Montana. r " N1S-D16 G. W. MYERS, Register. Coal RE 033258 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Officq nt Miles City, Montana, November 8, 1921. Notice is hereby given that WARREN H. HOLCOMB, of Epsle, Montana, who, on Dee. Sth, 1916. made Hcmestead Entry, No. 033258, for Lots 1, 2, Section 1. Town ship 5-S., Range 49-E., M. P. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make three year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, befere H. R. Strnlton. Clerk of the District Court, at Broadus, Montana, on .the 23rd day of December, 1921. Claimant nam.es as witnesses: Howard Roberts. Leonard Brock, John Borden, Henry Borden, all of Epsie, Montana. N18-P16 G. W. MYERS, Register. Coal RE 032885 NOTICE Fon PUBLICATION Department of the Interior. IT. 8. Land Office at Miles City, Montana, October 27th, 1921. Notice is hereby given that ALBERT A. ACCART. of Wibaux, Montana, whe, on Novem ber 27, 1916, made Homestead Entry, No. 032SS5, for SWY<NE%. SEVINWU. WjSEVi, swu. Section 14, Township 9-8.. Range 51-E., M. P. Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make three y'ear proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before C. L. Deringer, Clerk of the Court, at Wi baux, Montana, on the 12th day of December, 1921. Claimant names as witnesses: At Hutchins, of Biddle, Montana; Francis Beeler, of Biddle, Montana; Victcrine Accart, of Wibanx. Montana; Jules J. Accart. of Wibaux, Montana. X4-D2 O. W. MYERS, Register. Coal 7-3-16 RE ©32886 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, TT. S. Land Office at Milos City, Montana, October 27th. 1921. Notice is hereby given that JULES J. ACCART, of Wibaux. Montana, who. on Dec. 1, 1916. made Homestead Entry, No. 032886. for NPWK, Sec. 13. NR NE (4. Section 14, Township 9-S., Range 51-E.. M. P. Meridian, has filed notice cf intention to make three year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before C. L. Deringer, Clerk of the Court, nt Wibaux. Mon tana, on the 12th day of December, 1921. Claimant names as witnesses: AI Hutchins of Biddle, Montana. Francis Beeler, of Biddle, Montana; Viciorino Accart. cf Wibaux. Montana; Albert Accart. of Wbanx. Montana. N4-T »2 G. W. MYERS, Register. Coal 12-29-16 BE 032586-045452 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interirr. TT. S. Land Office at Miles City. Montana, October 27th. 1921. Notice is hereby given that ROBERT T. FAUVER. of Sayle. Montana, who, on March 19 1917. December 10. 1920. made Hd. and Add. Hd. Entry. No. 032586-045452. for E'.'. See. 6. WV'NWVi. SRHNWU. NWLSWH, EUSWV,, WnSE'i, Sec tion 17. Township 9-S.. Range 47-E., M. P. Meridian, has filed notice of In tention to make throe year proof, to establish claim to the land above de scribed. before W. F. Brittain. United States Commissioner, at Quietus. Mon tana. on the 12th day of December. 1921. Claimant names as witnesses: William Miles. George G. Avery. Chalmers F. McKenzie, Bison IT. Mld dlehrook. all of Sayle, Montana. N4-D2 G. W. MYERS. Register. NOTICE 4 nil for Novi-niltcr Istk, 1(431. Notice is hereby given that all war rants drawn on the General Fund of School District Nc. 29, Powder River County, Montana, which were pre sented for payment prior to Novem ber 1st. 1921. are payable. JOHN T. WILSON, N1S-D9 County Treasurer. NOTICE F4)R PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, -IT. S. Land Office at Newcastle, Wyoming, October 31. 1921. Notice is hereby given that AIMES L. DOERR, of Weston. Wyoming, whe. on August 6. 1919, made Stockraising Homestead Entry, ns Amended, No. 0200S7. for SÇXH. S'i. S<c. 25. SEU. Section 26. Township 57 X.. Range 72 W., 6th P. Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make Final three year preof, to establish claim to the land above de scribed, before Harry J. Chassell, U. S. Commissioner, at Gillette. Wyomnig, on the 19th day of December, 1921. • Claimant names as witnesses: <1. J. Boyle, of Gillette. Wyoming; John W. Hunter. Oscar Turley, Bruce Hart, ail cf Weston. Wyoming. N1S-D16 C. H. MASSIE. Register. 049095 049006 051517 051518 051532 051533 051534 051535 NOTICE. 051520 051526 051521 051527 051522 051528 051525 051529 ________ U. S. I«ind Office. Mlles City, Àlon tana. October 28th. 1921. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that tho State of Montana acting under the provi sions of an Act cf Congress, approved February 28. 1891, has made appli cation for the selections of the fol lowing lands, to-wit: Lots 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15, 16, NU. Sec. 32. T. 9-S., R 47-E., Lots 1. 2, 3, 4. SHNEU, SET4NWT4. EG SW H . feee. 2. BE*i. EU8WK. Sec. 6. X',4 Sec. 9. WtiNwCl, Sec. 12. S»i See. 16. All Sec. 23, N%. SWU. NHSE>4. 8 W % SE V t . Sec! 24, NiV'i, NWQNEM, NEHSWT4, Sec. 25. T. 4-S., R. 53-E.. N$, SE Vi. EHSWVi. Sec. 34. T. 2-S., R. 64-E.. Lots 1. 2. 3, ST4NV4. S>4. Section 2. NViNEVi. NWS, WHSW». See. 12. T. 3-8.. ft. 54-B.. All Sec. 23. WVi. WGE'4, EVjSEM. Sec. 24, T. 3-S., R. 53-E. M. P. M. A ccpy of the list of said lands has been conspicuously posted in this office for inspection by any person Interested and the public in general. Under Departmental regulations of April 25 1907, protests or contest« against the Hahn of the State to said land or any subdivision thereof on the ground that the same is more valua ble for mineral tijan for agricultural purposes will be received and noted for report to the General Land Office at Washington, D. C. Failure to pro test against the claim of the 8 tate to said land before final approval will be considered sufficient evident of Its non-mineral character and the selections being rtherwise free from objections will be recommended for approval. O. W. MYERS, N11-D9 ^ Register. NOTICE That »ox*-« »'111 bo delinquent on the 30th day of November, 1921, at 6 o'clock P. M. and that unless paid prior thereto; 10 per cent will be added (c the amount thereof. 3. T. WILSON, — aav. County Treasurer. lodqi POWDER RIVER LODGE A. F. * A. M. 1SS Moots ooooad and fourth Tuoodays. "•"Œ&SSŒP*™ W. T. Waite, Bec'y. CHAMBER OV COB KCM CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MB ^JONra R8T M0NDAY O» BACH PBV m S j R _TO THE INTERESTS OF ÇOJfDER RIVER COUNTY. VISITORS ALWATS WELCOME. T. WILEY, Secretary. DENTISTS DR. W. M. SMART DENTIST, JACKSON BLOCK Miles City, Montana. *****■■■■■■■•■•■■■•■■■■■■■■■■■■■■• AMUSEMENTS BILLIARD ROOM WILLIS MARTIN, Proprietor. SOFT DRINKS, CIGARS AND TOBACCOS. BROADUS, MONTANA. BARBER SHOPS COOK'S BARBER SHOP METROPOLITAN SERVICE WITH MINIMUM PRICE8. BROADUS. MONTANA. JOB PRINTING THE EXAMINER v »hi JO S p MNTING OF ALL KINDS. Nothing Toe Large—Nothing Too Bw^it _ BROADUS, MONT. ABSTRACTORS POWDER RIVER ABSTRACT COMPANY gONDED ABSTRACTORS. BONDS, INSURANCE. BROADUS. MONTANA ••••■•■■■■■■•■••eeeeweeeeEeeeeeEeeeeeeeeeeeeB« REAL ESTATE POWDER RIVER REALTY COMPANY T. E. SHERLOCK. RELINQUISHMENTS WANTED We Buyjand Sell Real Estate. List Your Lands With Ut. ■ MIHMMMaHHMniNimMHn,,«,,«,,,,, FREIGHTING LOUD & LEAVITT • _ .. Law Offioea of C. H. LOUD W. B. LEAVITT E. P. KINNEY. Associate Miles City, Montana. General Practice In Federal Court and State Courts and before U. s. Land Office. PHYSICIANS AND SUROEONI CHAS. H. JAMES M. D. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office and Residence, Broadus, Mont. ***■•■•*■ MBSISSeSBMBSMHSSSeSeSeSSSSSSS CIVIL ENtHNEERS H. K. DOANE CIVIL ENGINEER. LAND ______ N4-D2 Basement, Corner Sixth and Main. Ml lea City, Montana. SHOE AND HARNESS REPAIRING SHIP BY TRUCK FREIGHTING FROM MILE 8 CITY TO BROADUS & INTERMEDIATE POINTS. GOOD SERVICE BY CORBIN FEELXY Address Box 173, Miles City, Mcwt. tesssssssMtseeasBssesasssMsesssMeMBMesMR GENERAL CONTRACTORS BOB NALLEY CONTRACTOR AND* BUILDER. LARGE AND SMALL JOB 8 . BROADU 8 . MONTANA. ATTORNEYS GEO. W. FARR LAWYER H. R. HERRICK, Associate. General Practice In All State and Federal Courts. Miles City, Montana. Surveys. Irrigation Projects, Maps. OFFICE PRACTICE SOLICITED SHOE AND HARNESS REPAIRING Leave repair work at Examiner office. Called for Fridays, delivered a week later. G. J. BROCK. Coal RE #17440 _ NOTICE for publication D epartment of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Miles City. Montana, October 22nd, 1911. Notice la hereby given that JOHN MASLOW. of Powdcrville. Montana, whe, on iff"Nt"-««». WJKTeVft bsl ü7%*i&rfS8riüs «Si sais of Intention ta make three year proof, to establish .claim to the land abeve described, before H. R. Stratton. Clerk of the District _ Court, at Broadus, Montana, on the 9th day rf December, Claimant names as witnesses: John Johnson. Anton Sorenson, Pal mer Berg, Edward Welkum. all of PowdervDte, Montana. O W. MYERS, Register.