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GEO. W. MAGEE, PUBLISHER. .ana. where it is entered in the post office "ublished every Thursday at Dupuyer, Mon second-class matter. NOVEMBER 22, 1901. Henry Watterson hastens to assure the temperance people that they will have no occasion to complain of the use of wine at the White House in case he | is elected—the good Kentucky beverage j which has answered the purpose so j many years will suffice.—Omaha Bee. *| Prof. Mommsen recently questioned a, correspondent of the Chicago Record Herald as to the condition of municipal government in Chicago. When told that it was somewhat corrupt he replied: '•Then the future of your city is gloomy. Cities are the blood vessels of the na tions, and if they become corrupted the poison extends throughout the entire community.*' If there lurks in your mind the shadow of doubt as to the wisdom of a gold Standard, take a trip to Bogota, in the United States of Columbia throw one of Uncle Sam's silver dollars on the bar, take something soothing to prepaie yourself for the shock, and get the por ter -or Longabaugh—to help you carry away the S17.95 in Columbian, silver that you will receive iu change. F ifteen shorthorn steers were sold at the Chicago stock yards last Thursday at &7.10 per 100 pounds. The animals averaged 1572 poi nds and consequently netted their owners a trifle ever $100 per head allowing for the freight charges and commissions that are paid by Moti tana shippers. Blood will tell, aqd fto-ur cattlemen would but try the eK^erimeut of procuring the best bulls obtainable, they would get their money back in the first shipment of steers besides adding to the value of their breeding stock. A scrub is harder to raise than an animal of good blood, while the latter will prob ably double the size of the receipts. T here seems to be no doubt that the government is in earnest in its inteution to throw the Indians upon their cwn resources to a great extent, and the Indian question will soon settlo itself in the survival of the littest. In a spirit of generosity toward the original owners of the continent, and at the instigation of a class of self styled philanthropists of the "WhiteProphet" stripe, congress has really done an injury to the Indians in so long delaying the inevitable. God created all men equal so far as the right to enjoy the fruits of the earth is con cerned, but this right ismodilied by the ever varying conditions of life. The present condition is the dominance of the white race with its system of civiliz tion, and the Indian must accept his destiny. Released from tha coddling of eastern dudes who have a morbid desire to bo initiated in the mysteries of the sun dance, and encouraged by the gov ernment; in a practical manner, the Indian will make a gao l citizen. Frightful Accident on the Great Northern. A west bound freight train collided with a work train two miles east of Biai» ."tation, near Culbertsou, at 9:40 Sunday morning and killed 10 Jap laborers and i-ijurtd 28 others. The west bound extra was in charge of Cond uctor Chas Bach and Engineer Roy I'ierce ot Glas gow, and had orders to protect against the work train. The work train was being handled by Conductor Knouse of Minot. The extra was tunning about 27» mile's an-hour when going around a sharp bend in the road that hid the op- $ nosing train, and the speed was not <nuiterially reduced before they collided. Conductor Knouse was thrown from hip train and slightly injured. Coroner Ilic^aro Priedl of Glasgow left on the east bounJ pa3senger train to hold an inquest. Nineteen of the injured men were »niton to the Great Palls hospital on the tit xi day, and the remainder who were iK,t sj seriously injured were left at Havre for treatment. "I have used Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and fhid savs Mr. E. £■ phippg, of Poteau, Arle. "It cured me of bloody flux, I cannot speak too highly of it." This remedy a'ways wins the good opinion, if not praise, of those who use The quick cures which it effect even in the most severe cases make it a favori.e everywhere. For sale by Thos. B. M agee it to be a great medicine, 4* Grand Ball eve WI IL BE GIVEN BY THE a . au.w. LODGE SO. 48, Dupu yer, Montana. AT JONES' HALL Thanksgiving E*e. NOVEMBER 27,191)1. Everybody Invited. 4* J> A. C / CONTEST NOTICE. United States Land Office Helena, Montagu Oct. SI. 1901. A sufficient, contest affidavit having been filed in this office by Thomas Swanton of Bynum, Mont., contestant, against homestead entry No. 7092, made Sept. 19th, l|p4. for s2 se4 sec. 34 and ! 2sw4 section 26. township 20 n. range 8 vv., by Edward L,arkin conteste«. in \vhich it is alleged that said claimant aban doned the Mild fitfry for more than six months next preceding the expiration of five years from the date thereof, and for more than six months last past, and has never cul tivated and improved the same as required by law. That claimant's absence therefrom was not due to employment in the military or naval service of the United States in war time, said parties are hereby notified to ap peal, respond and offer evidence touching said allegation at 10 o'clock a. n . on Dec. 12, 1991, before George W. Magee, U. S. Commissioner at his office at Dupuyer, Mont., and that final .hearing will be held at 10 o'clock a. m. on Dec. 17th 1901 before the Register and Receiver at the United States Laud Office in Helena, Moil tana. The said contestant having, in a proper j affid iTit. filed Oct., 31st, 1301, set forth facts which show that after due diligence personal servi- e of this notice can not be made, it is hereby ordered and diiected that such notice be given by due and proper publication. G eoiiqe D. G reene, » Register. First Publication Nov. 7. 1901. & m M. N. Gordon,■ WE WILL PRESENT TO ALL BABIES PROM THEP1RST OF JUuY TO P1ÄST OF JANUARY THEIR FIRST FAIR OF SHOES. Note the amazing prices that accurately represent the values ni e e tide <s irrh 1 in our extensive stock. Our New York buyer secures bargains that are astonishing, at Manufacturers' Auction Sales. Scan the following and see if you ever heard of such prices before. Men's Shoes...... $3.25 to $3.50 Ladies' Shoes 1-25 " 3 00 Oxfords 1.25 " 1.75 Kids 20 " l.Ofi Misses Shoes 1.00 " 1.75 Youth's Shoes 1.00" 1.75 Shoe Laces 10 " 25 Woo.cn Hoisery .10 " .25 Cotton Hosiery 0G to 25 Underware, Overalls and Motions. CLOTHING. Suit3 82.25 to 88.25 Men's Trousers .75 " 3.50 Men's Fedora Hats the Latest cityleb 1,00 2.25 DESERT LAND, FINAL PROOF".—NOTICE : l' T OIl PUBLICATION. United States Land Office Helena Mont. November 6th 1001. Notice is hereby Riven that Monn.-rt ' ; of Dupuyer. Mont, has iiled .notkvj of iii \ulo.i | to make proof on his deiert-laa l */i liui .Si». ; 37tiil, t'or the lot 3 sec<-30, tp. 30 n.. r. ,i \vand : ne4 ne4 sec. 25, tp. 30 n., r. 7 w. buforo Ueo. . MaRee, U. S. Com'r. at Dupuyer, Mont, on the 21st day of December l'.KU. He names the following witnesses to pro vu the complete irrigation and reclamation of said land: Thomas E. Williamson, James II. Fisher. Charles I'. Thomas. Albert A Lloyd, of Dupu yer. Mont. GEORGE D. GREENE. Itejçlsier. First publication Nov. 14. 19.H. Terms of Court For teton county. March 11th, June Iüth, Septembt December 2nd. FLATHEAD 'JOUNTY. March 25th, June24th, September December 16 th. D. F. Smith , Judge. Filed Jan. 4th 19ül. S. McDonald, Clerk 9;h 13 rd Proposals for Care Pooi- Kte. oS County §§; Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the county clerk of Teton county. Mont., up to the hour of fl/e o'clock p. m. of Monday, December 2, 1001, for the perfor mance of the following services: I' lusT. For the care, support and main tenance of the county sick, poor and infirm, j,ti capita, by th* we« k. to include the ent ire cost of lodging, feeding., nursing, clothing, and mending, as well as the burial expenses of all paupers dying while under contractor's care, for the year 1902. S econd . Eor medical attendance and sur gical services upon the county sick, poor and infirm, and inmates of the county jail, for the year 1902. S ;ii<! services to include all post mortem examinations ordered by the county attorney all expert testimony required by the county, or its judicial officers in behalf of tlve county, and all examinations into the sanity y person when called by the proper authority to appear and investigate such Also to treat and attend all contagious patients or inmates of any hospital or other place of confinement, treatment, deten tion or quarantine within the county as may be required. T hfijd . For all medicines arrd surgical dressings required by such county charges, sick, poor and infirm and inmates of the coun ty jail for the year 1902. Separate proposals are invited for each of the above. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids. Proposals to be addressed to the ccunty clerk and properly marked on the outside to indicate what they are. By order of the Hoard of County Commis sioners. Choteau, Mont. Nov. 5,1901. A. C. W arner. County clerk. First Publication Nov. 7, 1901. The Q. & L. has received a consign ment of Bohemian, A. B. C. St. Louis beer which is all that could be doaired as a pleasant and healthful beverage. 50 YEARS' EXPERIENCE § 'rade Marks Designs Copyrights &c. Anyone sending a sl.etrVi nnd description may auiekly ascertain our opinion free whether an invention is probably patentable. Communica tion^ strictly conUdential. Handbook on Patents e eut free. Oldest aecncy for securing patents. Patents taken through ilunn & Co. receive tpecial notice, without charge, in the Scientific Bticricatt A handsomely illustrated weekly I-ar^st cir ye!u ,t ; ( fou > /monthsf$L 8o\d U by ah newsd^tei^ MUNN & Co. 3C1Broadvvay ' New York Brauch Office. 625 F SU Washington. D. C. I Cbc "Klondike Saloon, I JH 1 J^jWill be newly furnished and stocked with'N^i fWines, Liquors """— " and Cigars.! HALQHE & EA3EN, Flops. 1 M IF. D. KINGSBURY & CO., Montana. Dupuyer, - DEALERS IN General Merchandise. [CSarry a full lin® of stOGk Gnrriplst® all departments, Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Boots anc| shoes, Cow Boys Boots, Hardware, Saddles and Harness. We haudt-I the celebrated l)**<»riiig mower and rake au'i the tviuonaMountain Wagon. DUPUYER DRUG STÖBE Drugs, patent STATIONERY, SPECTACLES, TOT LET ARTICLES, EI S HING TACKLE. Proscriptions carefully compounded Duy or Night. ÎÏÏc&tcincs, IDatcfyes, anb — FLOWER SEEDS, Clocks 3ett>elry FANCY CANDIES, TO YS and NO VELTIES, HIGH GRADE GIG ARS. Orders by mai' will receive careful and prompt attention. ' THOS. B. MAGEE, Proprietor. «» s No. 4 is the latest style of the famous new scale KIMBALL We have three of them on hand and will sell at an introductory price of $350 each. Not much is it considering the grade of thePiano? They are worth $100 more; Write for Catalogue showing the popular No. 4 style in all woods. ORTON BROS., Great Faïls, Mont. HOTELMORTON Wm. D. HÄGEN, Prop. 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