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THE DUPUYER ACANTHA.
W»"*" VOL 8. DUPUYER, TETON COUNTY MONTANA, THURSDAY NOVEMBER, 28, IQOI. NO. 12 TROUSERS Of the "R 6 Vf* Kind Satisfy Good Judgment—When You Buy Them You're Getting: the Best oa Earth. We Offer You Flr «t Choice From a Full Line of the *$ew Fall Model Trousers With the Stylish Curves of Lesend Hip. The Great Variety of Pattern s and Prices Will Meet All Purst». 3= JOS. HIRSHBERfi & GO. DEALERS IN General Merchandise. 'DUPUYER == nONTANA-1 Hans Breitmann's Party. Hans Breitmann Rave a barty Dey had blutio blayln. I felled in lofe rait a 'Merican frau. Her name vas Madilda Yane. She hat haar. as prown ash a pretzel. Her eyes vas himmel pluo, iJnd ven dey lookot Indo mine I)ey shplit mine heart in two. • JIans Breltmann Rife a barty. I ven dure, you'U pe pound. I valzet mit Madilda Yane Und vent s h pinnen round und round. De pootiest fraullen indo house. She vayed 'pout dwo hooudred pound, Und efery dime she give a shoorap She make de vindows sound. Hans Breltmann tîifea barty. I dells you. It cost him dear. Dey rolled in more a-ih sefen kecks Of foost rate lager beer, Und venafer dey knocks de shpicket in De Deiitschers gifes a cheer. I dinks dat so vine a barty Nefercoom to a het dis year. Hans Brcituftina gife a barty. Here all vas sous und brouse. Yen de snoper coined in, degompany Did make demselfs to house. l)ey ate das brot und gensy broo.it, De bratwurst und braten fine. (Jud vash der abendessen ctonvn Mit four parrels of neckarwein. Hans Breitmann ;;!fe a barty. We all cot trook ash bigs. 1 poot mine mout to a parrel of beer Und emptied itoop mit a schwigs. Und den 1 gissed M adilda Yane, Und she shlo me on de kop, Und de goinpany fited mit daple leeks Dill de coonshtable mado oos slitop. Hans Breitmann gife a barty. Where isii da« barty now? Where ish de lofe!y golden cloud Dat float ontie mountain's prow? Where ish de himmelstrahlendestern. De slitar of deshpirit's light? All goned afay mit de lager beer. Afii.y in de ewiglcelt! —Charles Godfrey Leland. The Rounder Missed It. Syracuse. N. Y., Nov. 23.—The spec tacle of 1,000 drunlceo men marching in aline, or trying to march, was seen on one of the main thoroughfares of this city last evening. The men got their "•jags" at a brewery, which threw open its doors to the public yesterday and al lowed everybody to go in and take what beer they wanted. The company is making a new brew of beer, and decided to let the people sam ple before it was placed on sale. The visitors began to arrive at noon and jat 1 o'clock there were 500 persons inside. A luncheon was also sgrved and after get ting their fil! many left to make room for others. There was little disorder and not one «irrest was made as u result of the free beer party. Over 200 barrels of beer were a wallowed at the brewery during the afternoon. For a glass of Bohemian beer or a first class cigar, call at the Q. &_L. Nothing Vmt, the best kept in stock,. I SHELBY NEWS. S (To late for last week.) Wm. Dawes went to Kalispell Sunday on business, returning Wednesday, he says things are ooomicg on the west ! side. Mrs. A. Anderson was in town visiting | relatives and friends on Sunday. Ed. Cnristian the Gold Butte wool j grower and mutton merchant, was in this week in company with D. Davidson 1 the wet goods merchant at that place laying iu a stock of supplies for the win ter. Robert Lytle from Lucifle is in the market for iambs. He says that all through the Judith country, he was un ..ble to get any lambs at the current prices, growers asking all the way from $2.10 to £2.25 per head. ^ Sam Potter took the south train Wea- ! nesday morning for Great Falls. W. B. Shoemaker has moved to his old quarters in the station house as the house he had been occupying for nearly a year past, will again be occupied by Mr. and Mrs. G util. Ed Fettigrew a prosperous business man of Cut Bank is in town. Dick Crockford received a present of a crate of pigeons. They having been sent to him from Lethbridge. Geo. Seaman roadmaster is here most ' of his time now supervising the transfer | work connected with the G. N. and G. 1 F. & O., from the way things look, at J present, work is likely to b" stasted I early in the spring to change the gauge. Pat Buckley of Roc if y Ridge spent a few pleasant days in Shelby and a morn ing or two was otherwise. Tne land contest case of Simero vs. Wagnor has awakened a lively interest in this neighorhood, because if Wagner loses his land, there will be quite a number that will most likely allow their entries to lapse. M. Connelly has just received a car of lumber and one of oats and has several teams busy hauling them to the ranch. Jos. Escallier sold a car of bucks to a Mr. Thompson near Malta. Joe seems to have the corner or. the buck market ho re. W. G. Davis of Coutts gave Ja house warming party at hia home near Coutts last Saturday. They had a large crowd, nearly every one in that vicinity attend ing, and had a most enjoyable time. The F outfit having pulled into winter quarters, left a consignment of cow boys in town, they are dropping out one by one. A. Goeddertz. is in town o.n land bu;55t i oess. ! | j 1 A tempest in a teapot took place in the red light district Monday evening over a small account said to be owing to the restaurant keeper, but oil was poured on the troubled waters by our J. P. and now every thing is serene again. Miss Gertrude Shoemaker resigned hèr position as book keeper for H. F. Guth last Saturday and leaves for her old home in Penn. in a few days. Every one is sorry to see Miss Gertie leave as she is a general favorite, and good wishes follow her from every one here. Sterling Cross is in town and he does not go thirsty nor none of his friends. Fred Buteau has recovered sufficiently from the rap he got from a hore's foot a couple of weeks ago to be able to work his bellows again. A. K. Prescott received 11 cars of stock cattle from Chicago Tuesday. He will unload and brand at Baltic, then drive to his raujh in the Gap on the Teton, where he intends wintering them. At the Administrator's sale of the e it. t : oi J-^k Denny, deieised, H. F. Gum sold all the pe;s3nal property cf the deceased at private sale to Ed Petti grew for 5925.00, consisting of saloon and fixtures at Cut Bank. Dan Sullivan returned Thursday from Spokane where he had been to take his sons Ed ward and Michael to a Brother's school. J. B. Powers formerly foreman for Barney & Marsh is down from McLeod with a party of Canadians for the pur pose of buying horses, the party went to Dan Sullivan's ranch to look over his horses Sunday, and purchased over 100 bead, giving a good figure for them. Sam H. Wood went to Great Falls this week on businsss connected with the Montana Co operative ranch. John Cameron, Fred Martiu and Thos. Bell loaded out a cir of flour for Gold Butte Monday. Jeff Preuitt and wife were in visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Menton che past week. Christian Hansen gave a musical en tertainment in the K. Pi hall Sunday night. He had a good sized and appre ciative audience. Bob Grinlirg brought in a load of his vegetables this week and got ready sale for them. Sam H. Denson and wife are visiting with Mr, and Mrs. W. W. Parrott. John Meade returned from his eastern trip Sunday. November, 27th 1901. Patrick Connelly from Augusta loaded a car for Havre last week with horses, bucks and household effects, Dan Sullivan was competed to drain his reservoir so that the bead gate could be repaired. Charles Ford was brought down from Out Bank last Wednesday, and lodged in jail to await his preliminary hearing before G. W. Walker, J. P, at Cut Bank on the 28 inst. Ha is charged with burglary, Chas. Emerson'3 house was broken into and a fur coat and several other articles were missing, some of the goods were found in Ford's possesion, but "he sajs he found them. While every thing points to his being one of the guity parties, he may be able to prove himself clear, as. word was broilght in that a man was at Martin Wasesha's ranch on the Marias Monday and traded an over coat auswerin^ the description of the one stolen, to Mr, Wasesha. Offi cers are on the man's track and are ex pected in any time. Justice Walker issued a warrant for one John Doe charged with grand lar ceny. On Thursday night a bunch of horses was left in the corral at Baltic by Emerson & Raglin. On the following morning when they went to let che horses out they missed a favorite sad dle horse. They started to investigate and found that a man was seen riding south with a Jhorse answering the de scription of the one lost. They lost no time in following him up aud caught the man and horse at Bull Head springs. The Independent says that some cruel heartless wretch cut the ears off oi Wm. Mc George's bull pup. Whoever it was ought to be run out of town for not making a better job of it and corralling about two score of the worthless curs that are running around here and mak iug a clean job of doeariag the brutes, at the first joint of their neck. Herald and Gains have leased a band of sheep froui Jas. Hughes for the wie tex, James Hughes the Pondera eheepman passed through town with a load of sup plies for his ranch at A.lum coulee. A telegram from Cjt Lank was re ceived Monday night saying that John Nicholson formerly deputy sheriff there was dangerously ill. Chas. F. Moberl» returned Sunday from a week's trip to the Falls and Helena. He found lots of business awaiting his return. Michael Connelly took a trip to Cut Bank last week. It is said he went there to investigate the bills tbat were put in against the county during the small pox quarantine. Miss Moberly received a telegr. ji from Nebraska, telling her that her nephew had been accidently shot in the head aud was dangerously hurt. Miss Moberly took No. 4 Monday morning to see the little sufferer. Several civil actions were entered this week, in the Justice court; Sullivan vs. Hay den to recover for injury to a horse, and team hire. Case settled out of court. Daley vs Mabel Stone for house rent and merchandise, ar.d Guth vsPike recovery of account for goods and merch andise. H. F. Guth has entered an action ;n the district court against .lohn Joiner for the sum of one thousand dollars. Papers were served on Joiner there and considerable property of Joiner's was atj taohed in this county. Rumor has it that a former resident of Dupuyer, of the Missouri persuasion will be married on Thanksgiving day. Jack Shields returned from Chicago Saturday. Jack !-ays lie spent a very pleasant visit with His relatives who live there. .Lee Wilson was in town Tuesday get ting material for a house which he will erect iu Fifteen mile coulee. Hardy Clark came in from his ranch Monday with a load of hay for the Dr. and loaded supplies back for use on the ranch. School Notes. PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. Enrollment this month 3H. Honorary list. 100 in deportment, Roe Wilcox, May Dean, Mabel Cox, Lester Cowgill, Frances Arnold. 100 in spelling, George Magee, Ader Arnold. 100 in language George Magee. The highest in arith metic is Linkie H umble 99. A Village Blacksmith Saved His Little Soil's Life. Mr. H. H. Black, the well known vil lage blacksmith at Grahamsville, Sulli van Co., N. Y., says: "Our little son, five years old, has always been subject to croup, and so bad have the attacks been that we feared many times that he would die. We have had the doctor and used many medicines, but Chamberlain's ; Cough Remedy is now our sole reliance. It seems to dissolve the tough mucus and by giving frequent doses when the cruupy symptoms appear we have found that the dreaded croup is cured before it gets settled. There is no danger in giving this remedy for L contains no opium or other injurious drug and may be given as confidently to a babe as an adult. For sale by Thos. B. Magee. When you feel that life is hardly worth ! the candle take a dose of Chamberlain's ' Stomach and Liver Tablets. They will, cleanse your stomach, tone up your liver J and regultate your bowels making; you I feel like a new man. For sale by Thos. B. Magee. Notice. $100.00 reward for the arrest and con viction of any person found, disposing of or tampering with the biandsof my cat tle and horses. Cattle brand ^ left ribs, horse brand LA left thigh, vent fur cat tle V on left ribs, vent for horses yrj on. left thigh. Louise Aubrey, Browning, Mont.. $15 Reward. The above reward will be paid for the j recovery of one sorrel horse, strayed or stolen from the undersigned and de scribed as follows: One sorrel horse branded AM on left shoulder, both hind feet white, blaze face, larfee white spot between front legs, weight about 850 1 pounds. Peter Marceau, Piegan,, Moot.. Dr. .1. B. McCQLLUfl, Expert Optician and Eyo specialist». Graduate of the Chicago Opthaknic College. 22 years experience in re fraction. Office 509 2nd Ave ne South. 2 block» south of Hot il Grand CREAT*» FALLS, M.mt. DR. WILLIAM H. BARTH; Dentist. Specialty , Gold fillings, Crown and Bridge work. Graduate of North western University Chicago. GREAT FALLS " * MONT. yyALTER MATHEWS County Suroeyor anb U. £, Commissioner. Lands Surveyed. Filings and Final Proofs Choteau, *■ Montana. Dr. EARL STRAIN, OCULIST AND AUR1ST. 317 First Ave. North, GREAT FALLS, Office Hours r 1 p m to 4 p m.. QEO. W. MAGEE, Hniteb States Commissioner anb ZXotary 'public. Land Filings and Proofs.... Mortgages, Conveyances, Etc., Etc. Dupuyer, Montana. QR. T. BROOKS, Successor to V7AMSLEY & BROOKS. physician anb Surgeon. Coteau, Montana. QLAF FJELD, Surrey or Land Surveying, Ditch Work, Etc. Choteau, ❖ Montana. W. B. WINE. Physician anb Surgeon, Special attention given to Con finement, and Surgical Citses. Office Next to Magee's Drug Store. Calls promptly answered day or night.. Dupuyer, * Montana. Hclson Collarb, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER., (aJiJEAT PAX.LS MONT. Plana an i Estimates f urnished on, application $5.00 Reward. The above reward will be paid: f Gr the* pect.very of one bru .11 horse, weight about 1100 pounds, branded ^ on righi IP on right ehouldsr. and A-9 on right shoulder. Was i s • - 1 seea, neùr Birch creek at tho Kingsburry ranches,, and was shod all around» Wm. Miller. Bucks for Sale. I .have 43 head of Merino bucks* whicU I will sell at a reasonable price. Call on or address. Jos. Sturgeon Duyuyer^Moiil