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SHERIFF SALE. The Commonwealth Title Insurance and Trust Company, trustee, plaintiff, vs. Edwin T. Hooker and El'.aabeth Hooker, defend* ant 8, To be sold at sheriff's sale on Thursday, the 3rd day ot June, 1897, at the front door of the court house, in Choteau, Teton county, Montana, at. 2 p. m., of said day, tho following described properly of said defendants. AM that tract, piece or parce! of laud lying and being in the County of Teton and State of Montana, which is described as follows. Sont i( »Ii eight roil ( a lfc). in township twenty five (:?."») nor? h of ranee tons (i) west, contain ing six hundred hiic i tliJrty-ihree ('>*$; acres, more or iess. according j o the ko \ v minent survey thereof. Als»> a 1 w.-Uer light, title and interest in r.p.d to all water.water rights, ditches, flumes. franchises and privileges upon, leading l o or connected with said de scribed land, and each and every part and parcel thereof. Wm T) TT a gen, Sheriff. Pat od this 5th du y of May, 18;) 7. su Ei;: SA LE. Lewis Loeb and Myer A. Loeb, partners doing ousiness as Louir Loeb & Company, plaintiffs, vs. Frank A. Aldrk-h and Mary Ii. Aldrich, his wife, defendants. To be sold at sheriff's sale on Thursday, the 3t'd day of .lune, 1837, at the front door of the court house, in Choteau, Teton county, Montana, at 3 p m., of said day, the following described property of said dt fendants: All that tract, piece or pared of land lying and being in the County of Teton and State of Montana which is described as follows: The west one-luilf ( : j) of tbs northwest quarter (H), and the uo-tli one-half (■-) of southwest quarter ;'■ 4) of section twenty four (24), township tweaty-eisht.(28) north of range three (54) west of Montana tneriiUan, containing one hundred anil sixty acres, ac cording to the otlieial United States surrey thereof. Wm. I). Hägen. Sheriff. Dated this 5ih day of May, 1807. Contest Notice 1'. S. L nd office. Helena. Mout. I May 2!, 18!»7. ! Complaint having be.'n entered at this Office by Henry \\ehacr against the iiuirs of John llarkness, deceased, for abandoning hl. s Ii, E. No 5Ï59, ranV May IB, 1SBS, upon the sw4 Si*?. s2 swi sec 4, nw4 liwft sec. 9 tp. 2S n , r S w, in Teton e< u ity. Mont., with a view to the cancellation of said ei i the said part tes are hereby summon? 1 to ap pear at this oflice on July i4, lSftT. .at 10 o'eUîcïi a. in. to respond and furnish testimony concerning said alleged abandon ment. The testimony to lis- used at said iieariii'r »IV, be take« before C. K. Tre.scot! IT, .S. t!omml«4u»er, at his oiHce at Dupuver, Montana, on July H, 1SUÏ. Jeremiah C'oiiins, Ilocelver. Notice for Publication. Land Office at Helena. Mout.. April Ï0, Wi, f Notice is hereby given that t!ie following named settler has tiled notice of his Inten tion to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made be fore iJ. K. Trcseott, V. S. commissioner at 1'npuyer, Mont , on June 51 h, Isü". vi/..: Charles Rueklev. for U.K. .No. T: w . for the «2 no4, ne4 nw4 sec ;& tp 'M n, r 7 w, lot 1, sec 31. tp !i0 n, r (i w. He names the following witnesses to prov • his continuous residence upon and cultiva tion of, said land, viz.: Charles Davitn, Pat rick Sruy. Lewis A. M(<-,:,eear and Calvin Stewart, allot' Dupuyer, Mont. W. Ë. COX, Hegister. .Desert Land, Final Prool, Land Office at Helena, Mont., i May 14. 1897. ( Notice Is hereby given that Fred (J. Zim merman, of Pondera, Teton county, Mont., has Hied notice or iutunlior. to make pioof on ids desert-land claim No, 2ij0f>, for ihe sw4, sw4 sw4 sec 2, se4 set, sec H, tp 23 n r i> w. before A. C. Warner, V. S. coamii ^.ioner at Choteau, Mont., on Wudnesday, the L'Util day of June, 1S97. He names the following witnesses to prove the complete irrigation and reclamation of said land, viz.: Lizzie Martin, Charles) E. Davis, George W. Glasgow and John Joiner, all of Pondera, Mont. W. E. Cox, Register. Notice ior Publication. Land Office at Helena, Mout., I May 14, 1S97. f Notice is hereby civen that the following named settler has filed notice of Iiis inten tion to makt» tinai proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will tie made before A. C. Warner, W H. commissioner at Choteau, Ment-, on June28,1897, viz.; Andrew J. McVey, for U.E. No, Mi!)», for the e2 sei, sw4 set and sel sw4, sec 3, tp 27 11, r (i w. He names the following witnesses to Drove his continuons residence upon and cultiva tion of, said land, viz.: Julia» F. Biird and William Hodgskiss, of Choteau. Mont., Jos eph (). McOiialg and Thomas E. Uelancy, of Dupnyer. Mont. W. E. Cox. Register; Notice. To the hor^emeu of Teton county: You are hereby given notice that there is an infectious skin disease very prevalent among the range horses of Teton county, and it is urgently necessary to at once collect all such horses and imme diately -commence curative meas ures, carefully treating each horse. All "healthy horses must be separated from diseased ones and retained in separate places until released ou examination by the state veterinarian, or his deputy, Dr. J. E. Wamsley, of Choteau. No horse, ass or muie, can be permitted to leave Teton county unless accompanied hy a certificate ot health from the deputy veter. ioarian, Dr. Wamsley. All strays not claimed hy June 20th, 1897, will be taken in charge by the deputy veterinarian and properly disposed of. Information relative to trea tment of such horses will be fur uished by the state or deputy veterinarian. Da M. E. K NOWLIS, State Veterinarian. D r. J R, W amsley, Deputy State Veterinarian Republican HEADQUARTERS. Th ) very best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars on Hand. When in Dupnyer patronize the New Saloon. Great Falls Brewing Co. 's Keg Beer on Tap. OUPITVER, F. 13 JONES, /"■*. . .-\-v Range, lowor v J Dupuyer ÜDPDVER, MONT Under bit on left ear, half under crop on ri» hi car. CHARLES 11. BUCKLEY. Hinge between Birch and Dupn yer creeks. After this date I will pay $400 reward for the arrest and cou viction of any party or parties whollh'gHliy ktil jcr^i^:'J$\■ !T iff***" ".v cattle bear Money will he paid upon couvic ion. NEW HATS % vî» m j. w. M cknight. GLflß GIES, Wholesale Liquors. Manufacturers of Carbonated Beverages. Mail orders will receive pro • pt attention. Great Fails. DR, G. A. IXGS, Graduate of Edinburgh, Scotland, Shelby Junction, Mont THE IJEflUPRE HOUSE, CHOTEAU, MOST., H. HBAUPRE, > PROP. This House is Firt-t-Class in Eve -y Respect. Hoard by the Di.j or Week at Reasonab.e Rates A Share of Your Patronage is Respectfully Solicited. THE SUPUVER RCONTHfl June 3, 18117. LOCAL, LAYOUT. Ilananas and oranges at Me Knight's. MeKnight has rubber boots for the little boys. Dr. Boaupre, June 10, at Du puyer. Miss Emma Devine is expected home about the 10th of June. Sheep shearing in this section will probably commence about the 7th. Dupuyer will celebrate July 3 this year, the fourth corning on Sunday. John Devine aud the Graetz Bros, returned from Great Falls yesterday evening. The rains the past few days have been of iucalculatable benefit to the range a.id growing crops. L. D. Matheson, tbe Bynum sheep man, drove over to Dupuyer Monday, to look after business in terests. Commencing June 13, 1897, the s tores of Jos. Hirshberg & ' o. and J. W. MeKnight will be closed on Sunday T. J. Dean rode out from Cha teau on his bicycle last Sunday and spent a couple of days in towu with friends. Notice. I am prepared to herd Bucks this season; good range and water. Satisfaction guaranteed. Bert Dixon, Dry Forks. Parker & Burke, the proprietors of the stage line, respectfully ask for the public's patronage. Any business intrusted to them will be carefully looked after. H. C. Kunkol has rented tin n.eat market formerly run by W. A. Miller, and wii! ha''e on hand at all limes fresh meats of all kinds. Dr. H. Beaupre, Choteau's den tist advices us that he will be in Dupuyer about the 10 of June, foi the purpose of practicing his pro fession. T. E. Kleinschmidt, of this city, has been appointed agency clerk at the Blaekfeet reservation by thi. new agent, Geo. B. McLaughlin. Mr. aLd Mrs. K'e nschmidt are preparing to move to the agency, where they will reside.—Helena Herald. Some of the sattlet s ou the Uur ion bench have become dissatisfied with the manner in which wat.*r has been furnished them by the irrigation company and have hired Surveyor Fjeld to survey a new ditch for them out of the Teton river, The next thing iu order' will be some scheme to get more water iuto the river. Word was received here '.he lirsi of the week that C W. Shields' a brother of J. W. Shields, of Chu *eau, had been killed in a railroad wreck near Poeatello, Idaho Charlie was w. 11 known in this t-ection and his untimely deaih will be mourned by all. His brother at Choteau »vas notified too late to atteaJ th j burial All persons are hereby warned against riding F saddle horses, and any one caught ridin^ saio horses will t> : prosecuted to the luil extent of the law. S. VV 1< KS8 on , Foreman Arrangements are now belu_, ruade by tbe citizens of this place for a monster Fourth of July cele* bration in Dupuyer this year. The various committees have been ap pointed and are at work. Invita t'ions have been sent to the Hon J. G. Bair, Hon. James Sul^rov and Hon. J E Ericksou, of Ch i teau, to be presotit in the morning and address thepeop'e. The vocal music for the morning exercises will be furnished by the Mvs teriarcb chorus. In the afternoon, besides the usual potato, Sick and loot race-, a game of t as bal will t.e j la .ed e tween the Burton and Dupuyer c'ubs. The llurton team is pro bably the best team in Teton ouniy and nur boys will have to play ball to wm from the n Afte"* th" ball game will come lhe horse races. In the evening a grand dance will be given in a pavillion to oe erect. <1 for that purp se: Taken altogether me day promises to be a gala day for Dupuycr, and the outsiders who come here to cele brate with us are assured of a fine tiipe. "Wiry- UDoxi't yoti S\albscrit>© for TJ?e Düpüyef fîcai)tJ7a, Tli© Leading IR.erpia/tolican. Newspaper of ItTortliern Montana? BATES S3.00 IFer Year MeKnight sells cheese. Seed oats, barley and wheat at McKnight's. Keep the flies out by buying your screen wire of MeKnight. Buy your supplies for the lambing season at McKnight's. Seed oats, barley and wheat at McKnight's. John Devine an old-time resident of Sun River and Helena, is in town from Dupuyer, wnere he now resides, and was a pleasat, caller at tlit-» Standard office to day. John s _vs that Dupuyer will blossom out and expand into a smart city with the opening of lhe mineral portion of the Blackfoot reserve.— Great Falls correspondent in Standard. R. M. Steele, of Great Falls, formrely of Choteau, has rented he Hotel Morton and the Ecilpse -table in Dupuyer and will take possession about the 20ih of this month. Mr. Steele and his cstim iule wife are thorough hotel people, are favorably known by veryone in Teton countv, and will nake a success of any busitiass in •vhich they engage here. We congratulate Dupuyer on this valuable acquisition ;o our business interests. Last Sunday mornin g at 6 o'clock VV. R. Gallagher and .Miss Jennie Simpson were joined iu ihj holy bonds of wedlock by Justice Migcj. Immecia:e :y after ihe cer ouy the happy couple left by private conveyance for Blackfoot where they look the train for Kalispell, their future home Th< u-'de and g>-oom are both well and favorably known by the citizens of Teton county, who join the Acantha in extending them the usual con gratulations. The Northern Montana bureau of the Standard is advised from Shelby Junction that a man named Preuitt, employed as foreman on Bruce Toole's slock ranch, aud a man when under the influence of liquor is considered a dangerous character, committed an assault upon James McDevnt, the well kuowu cattle man, in Sullivan's >aloon at Shelby Sunday night. Preuitt is a strapping big fellow and knows it, while Mr, M D vitt is a small man and a genial, pleasant, companionable fellow. During the melee Mc Devitt drew nis gun, which appears to be a . • ssui') artiel'' of wearing ,p a -I in ihat se ton, and dealt IVeuiti iw I blows over the head. I'hin il .r Wititt h s gun down on his oig antagonist, oacked away to the depot, where a train was waiting, and proceeded to his ranch. The two men have had trouble before and those familiar with the character of each are inclined to tie ieve that the end is not. yet and ' hat m ire t rouble of a serious lia iure is likely to follow the recent incident. News of the World. Augusius Perowe, an 11-year old Bath, Me , boy has $48 to his •r.-dit in the oank, every cent of whu h he earned himself with bis flock of fifty hens. President Ditvid Starr Jordan of Sianf rd Univer-ity has succeed d m raising the funds required to establishir g a zoological garden in San Francisco. The fiagpole at General Grant's tomb, presented by the Daughters of the Revolution, is said to be the the tallest in the A 'o.'ld, being 151 feet and 1 inch in height. The Empress of Japan is dis tinguished for her musical taste and ability, and in particular plays EUï^EI^fl SflLOOïi RYAN «Sc MILLER, Frcrps, Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars in Teton County. the koto—a Japanese instrument resembling the zither with great success. A Maine man who made a crayon portrait of Camp Meeting John Allen some years ago relates that when it was finished Alien stood looking at it for a time, and then turning to him, remarked. -'Well, 1 must say it's horribly correct." Prince Nicholas of Montenegro has had the luck to dispose of all his grown up pretty daughters, if the engagement of tho King of Servia to the Princess Xenia turns out to be a fa:t. He will theu have left only his 10 year-old Princess Vera. The Governor or Victoria, Aus. traiia, was awakened recently at 2 o'clock in the morning by a violent ringing of his bell. The visitor was a man who had sudden ly discovered the only solution of tho Eastern problem, and wanted his plan to be sent to Mr. Glad stone by telegraph. Richard Grant While was a great stickier for calling a spade u spade. "Vet'j worthy and well behaved aud even lutellig ut men,' he used to say,' "Keep bars au.i taverns, but if tbey do let them say so. When 1 see 'sample room' overji door, 1 feel a respect for a bar-ioom, and as il I couio take to my heart a man who owns that be keeps a grog shop." Rev. John Vallaneey, vicar of l.osliston, near Burton-on-Treut, England, has been suspended for eighteen months, and ordered not to come within twenty miles of the parish or to ictefere with ils management in any way during that time. Lis offense was violent and indecent behavior in bis parish churchyard, tearing up the flowers planted in the graves by the relatives of the occupants, and using force to keep mourut rs out of the yard. For Rent—I 'weiling house in Dupuyer. Call at this office for particulars. For Sale—75 head of steers, two, three and lour years old. *.f James Miller. For Sale—Kimball piano; up right; almost new. Will be sold for atout one-half of purchase price. Must bo sold at once. John Devine, Strayed .—Roan mare branded A on left shoulder and ™ 011 I e " thigh. Sorrel horse branded od right shoulder. Iron grey horse branded K» on left hip. Five dollars a head will be paid for their return. Thompson & F 'rguson, Pondera. Patents trade marks* designs, copyrichts «^rPJ» one an d description may quiokly a&oert&in, free, whether on invention ta Oororounicationa strictly confidential. Oldest agency for securing imtonta io America. Wo bave a Washington office. ÄTot& t h b o rOU * b Muun & Co SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, "w rïïEniT''Sïiftï^S'SaïïS' ' MUNN 4 CO., 3tfl llroudnny, New i'ork« St. iDENIS & YlfllL General TJIacksmitK'm?, and Jiorse Skoeiiv?, Carriage SI700. Prices to Salt the Times. DUPUYF.P, MONTANA. Düjoüyer, Is located to the north of the center of the state, on Dupnyer Creek, in pla'n view of the Rocky Mountains, and only t"'o hours ride from the beautiful Fish Lake, which abounds with fish, mostly of the trout species This lake is situated in the foot hills of the Rocky Mountains, and in its vicinity is to be found parne of every description including grouse, ducks, prairie chicken, wild geese, deer bear and elk , Dupuyer i-; situated ujar the geographical center of the county of Teton—rme of the best agricultural and stock raising counties in lhe state It is situated in the center of the Dupjyer creek valley, which slopes gently from the Rocky Mountains for a distance of twenty-five miles, wii h an average width of ton miles. It is thickly settled, and some of the finest ranches are to be found; and arc highly improved and cultivated, with a complete system of irrigation, covering the entire length and breadth of the valley. Dupuyer has a splendid water power which can be utilized with very little cost to run flouring mills, electric plants, saw mills and other machinery. Dupuyer has a railroad connection with Great Falls on the south by the Great Falls & Carada railroad, from which it is distant twentv-eight miles. It is situated thirty miles from Blackfoot, 011 1 he Great Northern railroad, and has daily mail service to the east and west. A telegraph and telephone line to connect Dupuyer with Pondera aud the east is contemplated, and will be built in the early spring. Next to the great natural reeources of Dupuyer is the unlimited coal supply contiguous to it. Tbe coal field adjacent to Dupuyer and within twelve miles, cover an immense ares, and are of the finest quality; excelling that of Lethbridge and Sand Coulee. They are very very accessible for transportation and easily mined. Wood in abund. ance is to be found in the foot hills of the Rocky Mountains, ten miles distant, and is important for building purposes. We point with pride to the fact, that there is no vicinity in Montana, of the area of Dupuyer valley, that ships the same quantify of wool In the neighborhood of 250,000 pounds being shipped out of tnis immediate neighborhood every year, besides thousands of fat mutton for the eastern markets This is one of the chief industries of this vicinity, thousands of fine horses and cattle abound on the ranges, and are always in fine condition and command the highest prices in the eastern markets. The president of the Dupuyer towusite, offers free of cost, sites to any one that will build and operate a seventy-five barrel flourin" mill, a creamery, an oat meal mill or a woolen factory. For further information, maps, circulars and prices on Dupuyer property address, IDûpûyerfîca^ttja, Tt)Q flcar>tl?a Job Prir )tirrô. JdUptiyat» 0><M7*.