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THE DUPUYER ACANTHA. VOL 8. DUPUYER, TETON COUNTY MONTANA, THURSDAY DECEMBER, 26, iqoi. NO. 16 DELINQUENT TAX LIST. For Teton County, Mont. 1901 D kunqiîjknt R KALTY F OB 1901. > f y y * m»cK irno < of prop kkty Allium. Halite O rlftlnal tawjuiltfc «r Cho !*>:! u und pi-rsmm I j iiurd, Äiioc, ,sw4 siv4 ■— 1 ii 2 n\v4. est'-» nw4, j ;m<l 1 m ;ir»tt»m :ats .... Lot Ol!, HEn. j 0 and 10: UIXJCK OR T»P j NO TOT A!. H ANGE. 'ACRES.jTAX PEN At. iTY *S COST Cox. .laiuej Or!»final tow nul te of Oupuyei h 11Ù i ui ,.ro wti« nts I Crawford, T. t\ swi tuid Improvements'; original toiviulfca of (JKitenu aaJ pjrioaa.j 23 11-14 Dod-îo. Il <! Hamilton':» addition to Uho ti-ftu and imjirovvine at* Knierson, Mr.*. Lt li original town site o < hotea.11 Vi rVckVVa. Pet Jf S eJ ■■<*!, sw4 nwi Iin4 nw4 if/ ^ÙÎ, "Hallow Lots i K. 9.' *13." ' H ;iiid im|;co\emeiitM antl personal I; U ti d. W heir 1 of Patrick iW-4 o»v4 iiw-l nvf ji.id ImyroTiHtiunti Hooper. Kniest V. IjOt-i 3. -, int. I •Sill wl Horam. Fiank tiliizli'U's lir.M addition U) choteau. 27 iSi ;u 34 How«, William lot 4, so A se 4 s 2sw 4— improvements and personal Tto li 5," 31. »i duplies. J. J. llaxlen's second addition to Choteau Jackson's 1st addition to choteau and 1 i nprovjnieots liuglii's, iV'k'i' lots 10, il, 11K 11 se 4 sw 4.. 4 21 25 I 4 27, 28, 2H jmproreiuoats und personal. Hyde, .1. M. FVrklcs* addition to Dupuyeri improvements and persona! j joiner, Herbert Ö. s 2 n 2 w 2 sw 4 se 4 se4 lie 4 De 4 Improvements and personal Kllngersmlth, W. li. Original townsiteof Choteau.. Ilazlett's 1st addition to Choteau.. Lawrence. Albert,s2sw4itw 4sifl nw 4 r und improvements lâppîncott and wife, F. N. "rackson's 1st, addition to Choteau :ind personal. • • 283, 28,28 ao 2ß » 17-20 Lutz. Da rid, ne 4 sw 4 >>w 4 se 4 s w4 I .ot 1 improvements und personal Montau, Courue .Tones addition to Dupuyer. and linpi-oveixents Montana Land and Water Co. 1 .ots 3, 4, 5, fi. e 2 sw 4 se 4 a 11 of all of. Mil Of.. Ne 4 -«ie <■ e2 un 4, lots 1 and 2. nil of sill of [except se 4 sw 4] Me 4 .s2 se 4. ji 2 ne 4 McÜovem, Sophia Original towasite of Dupuyer. Improvements and personal McMillan. M. P. Hazlett, s second iddltioa to Choteau .. . Nichols. Mills llanfett's tir. st: addition to Choteau. find personal 7&8 r*, 6, cs, 40 120 (t 02 41 W) 4 n J ;jg 40 159.35 207.03 8!) 4 j 38.47 150.47 4, <4, 4, 4. 100,8 ),4i 40 ISO 2 89 e u 12 10 232 c9 23 11 1 30 26 K8 6 CO 114 30 11 50 * 173 7ö 32«.31 550.4« 553.18 180 m 040 3-0 04a 1(50 316.04 040 <kx) 100 80 80 Parrctt & Meade, tract of land in Shelby 300 feet by 154» feet, improvements and personal , (i'Laughilii. Peter .htckson's Plrst addition to Chotea u.. ilaiston. Win. K. Original townslte of Choteau Kober.son. IÏ. A. itazletts' first addition tocll.'teau Kingo, James L. Original tpwnslte of Choteau. Improvements and personal.. .Smith. Margaret Hazlett's Hrst addition to Choteau Strand, Louts Hazlett's second addition to Choteau. Jackson's first addition to Choteau... St. Clair. Mamie Original townslte of Choteau na/..ctt's First addition to Choteau. Improvements Wilcox, Adella C. Lot V I .ot I F, 2 ne 4 sw 4 no 4 se 4 n w A n 2 sw 4 Se 4 sw 4 se 4 4 to 6 5&0 4&5 20.57,. «C J"04 15 93 2 07 ' 96c 1 15 11.61 31 CO 38.24 38.40 40 240 200 Wilcox. C. H. Original Townslte of Dupuyer ' Kd-.vard'wiide _\ 2 lie 4 e 2 nw 4 [part in L. tk C. county] . sind improvements aud personal f M 21 38 19 5 89 21) 90 DELINQUENT PERSONAL PROPERTY FOR 1901. XAMF. nSSCRIP Allen. Ü O. Italance on Helviderc, Ii. G. Balance on I levari. Win. Halance on H on 1 -, Prank Halance on Huteau, Fred Balance on llroadwatcr and C«. W.O. Halance on P.runo, Jo.-. Halance on Carney. Morse Halar.cion chase, W.f. Halancoon claflin. A. 1'. Halance on Connelly, I at Halance on 4'oyle. J.B. Halanceoo Daly, Thoma i Halance on Furuian. John Bala. .ce on tlaliagan, I'. H. Halance on 4.o'der, W. A. Balança on 'lanson, H. P. Balance on Huj'ii, Lilljan I). . - Ba'-anceow TION Personal. Personal. Personal. Personal. Per ional. Personal Personal. Personal. Personal. Personal. Personal Personal Personal. Person*! Personal Personal. Personal Personal. AM 2 ii 31 1 .. 31 t ! ï 4 Herald, Delia Holmes, Thomas Hughes. Kdw Joiner John Jones and Stretch Kingsbury. II. M. La Brache. Dave Ludwig, IL W. Murray, Jasper McLean, Thomas Nelson. H. II, Pnrrott, W. W. Playle, II. K. Ku|>ert. E. II. Ste /enson, F. SI. Thompson Bro-. Vail, J. M. Wagnild. O. Whaley, Otis P. Williams. C. W. Wolf. F. H. Embody, M. IL Personal. ftelance »a Personal. Personal. Halance on Persona!. Personal. Balance on Personal. Personal. Balance on Personal. Balance on Personal. Balance ou Personal. Personal. Balance on Personal. Balance on Personal. Balance on Personal Ba lance on Persona I. Balance on Personal. Balance on Personal. Balance on Personal. Balance on Personal. / Personal. Person« I. Personal for 19J0. 50 22 280 fi 98 ■311« 29 II 43 7« 2 49 2(K» 1 1 4 43 53 74 2 7:1 95 311 1 14 4 4 a if. 1 1.5 281 bo; r. 09 1511 O ffice O f C ounty T reasurer, T f.ton C ocnty , M ont, Choteau, Montana, D ceml > er 23rd , 1901. Notice is hereby by given that the foregoing list contains the names of persons an d a description of real property which is delinquent for taxed due the County of Teton , and also the amount of personal taxes due front said persons to the said I County of Teton for the year 1901, with ( he amount of taxes and costs due opposite each name . Unless the taxes so delinquent as aforesaid , together with the ccsts : and percentages , are paid , the real property u on which such taxes area lien wi 'I : be sold at public auction on Saturday , the 18th day of January , 1902, in front of I the County Treasurer ' s office in the Court House , al the town of Choteau , the j county seat of said County . All taxes upon personal property remaining due and ; unpaid after the first Monday in February , 1902, will be collected by levy and sale ! or by suit as provided by law . Given under my hand this 23rd daj of December , 1901. JOHN S. GORDON, Treasurer of Teton County . A Russian Horatius. (While the British and Russiau troops couaonted each other at the p ailway sidtug in Tien T.siu the Russian generul is said to have called for volunteers to hold the switch. Tbe result is told be low.) Up spake , the Russian general , In ringing tones cried he: "Now, who will stand at my right hand And guard the track with me?" The serried columns murmured Beside the TienTsin switch, When straight there rose before the foes The form of Ivan l ' opoloffo3edev - losoliitivitch. Beside the Russiau general , All straight he stood aud proud , A ud li ke tjie breeze ' mid bending trees , His name swept through the crowd . Uncertain stood the Britons . Not knowing which was whico , And | there were those with trickling nose At sight of Ivan Popoloffosedevalovo softitivitch . Now write his name in marble ," Within the Hall of Fame , But ere you do be sure that you Build an L to the same . And up and dowu the hallway , Through the curve and bend and niche , L «; t there repose in future glows The name * of Ivan Popolott ' osedeva - losoffiiiviten . —Baltimore Amjrican THE ROUNDER. Christmas wsa here yesterday and foi a couple of weeks before the great majority of people kept a close watch upon ths show windows and cases for two pur poses; to see what he should buy for the other fellow and to see what the other fellow should buy for him. The Round er was not in on this deal for various reasons, one of wnich was that ihe couldn't ante and another because he had no partners and as a result he con sidars the game crooked. How absurd it is to see a group of sensible loading well dressed children shouting and laughing at the antics of a furry Santa C'aus as he distributes gaudy presents from shining glittering ttee when that same Santa Claus might be giving them a sound lecture upon mythology versus theology to the confounding of the ior mer or ueing the tree as a sample lesson in botany. It that common mechanic had not got his first box of tools off the Christmas tree he might have, with his clever brain, grown up a shrevved sepcu . lator or ajfirst class confidence man and made his living easily. If parents, in stead of giving their children presents at Christmas, would give them a lecture on morality and if, like the Dutchman's kids "they looked damn," lick them for it, as soon as they would grow up they would pull out and the parects would be rid of the useless orats. The state might have to take care of them, but the etate c in afford it. In growp up people the custom is still more pernicious in the opinion of the Ronnder. Two men little more than straugers have a standing dispute, oi:e gets a Christmas present from the other i.nd a situation that might have devel oped into a good healthy quarrel has been ruined forever ; the beau presents the belle with something and it looks like she " worked " him for it ; the brother presenss the si - ter with something and it strengthens family ties that a good manly fellow ought to bo ashamad of . Dast but uot lehst why should those re - grets be caflsed , that men have when looking at presents received from friends whose hands when last they clasped were cold as clay . Supposing the Rounder would go to church and change his opinions he would do this presenting business in a whole - sa ? e and systematic way . He wculd buy a baby carriage to run between Cut Bank and Dupuyer ,—a little box of colored crayens and First lessons in . per - spective —a theological primer — First lessons in Chemistry —a phamphlet on the Advantages of Insurance — the song " What is Home Without a Mother "— the parody , the Girls that left me Behind — the story the Fate of the Kodak Fiend — a book " How to Earn Money without Working — First Ruleg of Slough —A Compendium to StocK Speculating — the song My Wife and I We Live Alone — se « er al copies of the song Mind Your Own Business , take Jthem to Dupuyer , hang them on the Christmas tree and let Santa Claus give them to whom he saw tiit . How Longbaugh was Captured . The arrest of Longbaugh was accom plished with considerable skill. It re quired six men to do it. It was a delicate operation, for the robber has killed dozens of tuen and has again and again fought his way out of the clutches of the police. Six detectives went hunting for him. His capture is described as follows by one of the detectives: "We figured that the man might be around the union station. I was ^at Twentieth ant 1 Chestnut streets when I s nv a carrage drive by. I g„t a glimpse of my man through tbe glass door. I saw that he fitted the description. The carriage drove so rapidly that I could not keep up with it. But I got a good look at the rig. I went to the s-iation, but could not see my carriage. I went back to Chestnut street and saw the vehicle going west. It stopped in front of Mauley's sa loon aud my man went in and got a drink. I got a good look at him this tiuu aud saw that he fitted the description exactly. I followed the car riage and saw it stop in front of a "house at 203"). The man entered. Just at this time the other detectives came along. I related wl^at had occurred and we planned his capture. We all entered the house We located our man in the middle parlor. Detective Shevliu aud I feigned intoxication and we staggered iuto the room. I yelled, 'I am drunk, buM am a good fellow!' He was taken in l.y this and in a second we were upon the man. Before he had a chance t" do a thing I caught him by the wrist and jerked his revolver from his hip pocket. Detective Shevliu had done the same 1 thing with his left side.. Wo threw the : muzzles of his own guns in his face and by this time all of the rest of the officers ! were upon him. He had no chacce to resist and we had him' before he knew it." Dr. -I. B. McCOLLUH, Expert Optician and Eye Specialist , Graduate of the Chicago Opthalmic College . 22 years experience in re - fraction . O.vice 509 2nd Ave e.e S-Juth. 2 blocks south of HotJ Grand (.KEAT, FALLS, M jut. WILLIAM H BARTH Dentist. S pecialty , Gold fillings , Crown und Bridge work . Graduate of North western University Chicago . GREAT FALLS " " * M0NT«> QR. T. BROOKS, Successor to WAM3LEY & BROOKS/ Physician anb Surgeon. r 'ioteau, Mohtana. QLAF FJELD, Surveyor Land Surveying , Ditch ' Work , Etc. Choteau, * Montana. yyALTER MATHEWS County Surveyor anb XI. $. Commissioner. Lane ' s Surveyed . Filings and Final Proofs .. Choteau, * Montana. yy b. wine. Pfjystcfan attb Surgeou, Special attention given In Con finement and Surgical C ise -i. Office Next to Magoe 's ôrug Store . Calls promptly answered day or night . Dupuyer, + Montana QHAS, TUTTLE Consorted Ctrtisr. Hair Cutting , Shaving , Slia * npooing Hot and Cold Baths . Shop at the Kloudike • Saloon . Dupuyer, Montana. Dr. EARL STRAIN, OCULIST AND AllRlST. 317 First Ave. North, GREAT FALLS. Office hours: 1 p in to 4 p m. QEO. W. MAGEE. Hniteb States Commissioner anb Hotary public. Land Filings and Proofs.... Mortgages, Conveyances. Etc., Etc., Dupuyer, Montana. Helsen Collarb, OHEAT FALLS MONT. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. Plans ar. I Estimates furnished on application.. For a glass of Bohemian beer or a first class cigar, call at the Q. & L. X J'.hiu^ but the best kept in sU>«k.