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» *" ' —™ ! j G eo. VV. M agee, P ublisher. •ubllslied every Thursday at. Dupuyer, Mon tana. where it is entered in tbe post etfîiee second-class matter. DECEMBER 26, lOQl. It is refreshing to read of the cold weather in other parts of the state, while Dupuyerites are basking in the sunshine and wishing it would get cold encugb io warrant tbe arrival of fresh oysters. J he recert meeting of composed of capitalists and labor lead ers to formulate some system of arbitra tion for disputes between the two great forcc s is a step in the right direction if accompanied by a true spirit of concili atiou. Labor has been at the disadvan tage of becoming a prey to demagogues, acd it is time that ita.eelectiou of repre sentatives be made from men, earnest urd experienced, who do net depend upon the misfortunes of others as a moans of gaining a precarious existence. The professional agitator has no proper place among laboring men,—the sphere of action in tus case should be tbe rock pile. committee A nn O deua D is D e B ar has finally run ^afoul ot British justice and was sentenced last week to seven years' j.ecal servitude, for immoral practices, while Jackson, ner reputed husband, re ceived a sentence of tifteeu years. Their particular line was bogus spiritualism ar.d the \vooia~ will be remembered through her experience with Luther Marsh a wealthy and superannuated New York lawyer, over whom she ac quireJ a powerful intiueaca several years ago, and induced to pire with a gr^at deal ot' property, file United States be «ama a little warm for hir but sie 333013 ty> havôlaapa t from the frying pan into h .3 tira aal tj tu alvanttgi of humanity iu general. Ancient Horse .Race. A recent traveler in Eastern Arabia has revived a little of the ancient history uf that part of the world, tracing back lor t; any centuries the cause of bitter feeling be.ween two tribes that were at war Cor 40 years, their relations- being somewhat strained. The explorer found that in 502 A. D. the sheik of one of the tribes made a loray on another tribe and as a ransom for thf booty and captives taken he de manded aud received a famous horse named Dahis. T. e extraordinary fleet iiess uf Dahis was the boast of his new owner, and It was not long before a match was made to race him against a Fezara marts belouging to another tribe and also noted for her fketness. The' wage was for 1(A) camels and the length of the course was a'oout ten miles. As the day fixed for the race ap proached the horses were kept without water, the plan being that the horse v. Inch first plunged us nuse into the water trough 10 miles from the starting point should be declared the winner. The racers were to run riderless, and to make them gallop their best, maddening thirst was tu take the place of whip and spur. The superior strength of Dahis told ovr the yielding, sandy plain, and he i was well ahead of his rival, the mare, j which, though very fleet, had less stay- j lug power. The hoi se would undoubt | cdly have won. the race if it had hot been ] fpr a trick perj etrated by the tribe to whom tbe mare twlonged. They had ! concealed a man in a hollow on the track j over which toe animals were racing with ! orders to check Dahiy and throw him i.tf his course. The trick succeaded and the mare was first at the watering trough. Tho dishonest stratagem by which Dahis was defeated came to the knowl- 1 edge of his owner. After vain efforts to 1 adjust the difficulty the two tribes re sorted to war and the feud*has continued in mild form to the present day. The war lasted for 40 years, and j the unpleasantness has been handed down from generation to generation, ; though long periods sometimes elapse in which there are no active hostilities. ! New line of 1'hoto Ai t Studio. Chuteau. buttons at the ï,îm t? îrt There Wau,(1 l>c a Fi ^ ht Up m Cl.iy county several years ago a Chritstraaa frolic eûded in a tragedy? UU M ia Pbilpott was a witness at the trial. "1V11 us all about tho figtt said the law3 ef. "I nover se ad no light," replied the old lady. "Well, then, tell us what you did see,'' remarked tbe lawyer in a careless sort of wajvtaking her at her word. Mrs. Philpott moved her sunbonnet back, lit her pipe and proceeded. "Cy Sewi'Jl he give a Christmas dance, an' i,ie and a whole lot of others was thar. The boys an' gals they got to danciu', as the boys went dancin' round an' round they got to slappin'each other, an' finally one boy be slapped another boy too hard -harder than he 'lowed to —an" knocked him down. An' the boy what got knoi_kid down he jumped up an' jerked out ayreat big knife, 'bout long as your arm, an' whacked the fellow that knocked him down across the mid die from side to^, side. An' then the biother of the fellow what got cut he pulled a British bulldog 'bout the size of a ham,an'he let go six'll's right squar at the fellow who had the knife— au' jest then Bill Smiley -Bill's cousin of Jake Hayes what got shot—come runnin' outen ole man Sewell's room with a double-barreled shotgun ac' let off both barrels right into the crowd; an' ole man Sewell he gut excited and jerked a Winchester outen from under the bed an' went to plimpin' lead intother gang; an' by that time the house was full o' smoke an flash in' au hoilerin, an I seed thar was going to be a fight, so 1 left the house."— Cincinnatrïlnquirer. Order Fixing Terms of Court. I n T he D istkict C ourt O f T he E leventh Judicial District of the State of Montana, in and for the Counties of Teton and Flui head. In accordance with the provisions of Senate Rill No. 64 of session laws of 1901 of 'the state of Montana entitled "An Act to Amend Sec tion 3S, of Chapter IV. of Title I. of th.t Code of Civil Pro cedure of the state of Mourn na, relating to District Courts." It is hereby ordered that, during the year 1902. there be held in each of tfce counties of the Elaventh Judicial district of the state of Mon<an&, four terms of court and that said terms be held as follows: M eton County—March 10th, J une 9th, Sept ember 8th, December 1st. Flathead County—March 24th. June 20tli Septem ber 32nd, December 15th. nsvted this 2nd day of December, a. d . 1901. D. F. SMITH, Judge. Attest; S terling M cdonald , Clerk. Subscribers to the Traveling Library should return their books by. the 28th inst, in order that an exchange of sec tions may be made. Gold, Sliver and Nickel Plating. Before the new year commences, I expect to be prepared to do first class work in gold, silver and nickel plating at reasonable prices. Send or bring me your knives, forks, spoons ami other articles of daily use and save scrubbing and rubbing by having them plated. I»\ H. F edebhen, Dupuyer, .Mont. Kot'ce. I am out 12 head of cattle that are branded Z.on left hip and ear marked Y on back of right ear. I will give suit able reward for recovery of the same. O rd A. A ynslfy, Collins, Moot Call For Warrants. Office of the Treasurer of Teton county, Dec. 4th. 1901. I am now prepared to pay all war rants issued on the various funds^of Te ton county. Interest on all registered warrants willceaseon and after tbe 7th, of this month. John S. Gordon, Treasurer JOS. IMBERG & DEALERS IN General Merchandise. DUPUYER — HONTANA. > WW9 <K> 0 «-»«"»♦ Ç-Ç-Ç •> Dry Goods, Groceries, Hats, Caps, Fancy Crockery, Dishes. Clothing Shoes, Boots Highest prias paid For all rarioli stuff. DESERT LAND, FINAL PROOF,—X OT l 'JE FOR PURIFICATION. United .States Land Office Ueiena Moot. November 6th J 1)01. I Notice is hereby given that J ah » M um -t t? of Dupuyer, stont. has Died noti;v trf lut to tnake t>r<»f on 1»U deiurt-lu.i I el liui N<>. 37611. for the lot 3 nee. 90, tp. 30 i*.. r. (i w., and ne J net sec- 25. tp. 30 n., p. 7 w. beforo CJeo. vv. | Magee, U. S. Ootn'r. ai Dupuyer, Mont, on t he 21st diiy of December 1001. He names tho following witnesses to prove 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 I). GREENE, Register. First publication Nov. 14. 1901. ^ 0,K 3 #15 lie ward. The above reward will be paid for five recovery of one sorrel horse, Grayed or stolen from the undersigned ai.d « e scribed as follows: One soriel hors® branded AM on left shuuldei r l*>th hind feet white, blaze face, large white sput between front legs, weight about liCO pounds. P mtek M akceac, Piegan, Mont. The Q. & L. keeps nothing but the best in stock and a headache is an un known quantity to those who sample its The Q. & L. has received a consign ment of Bohemian, A. B. C. St. Louis beer which is all that could be desired as apleasantand healthful beverage. A Good Cough Medicine. (From the Gazette, Toowoomba, Australia.) I find Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is an excellent medicine. 1 have been suffering from a severe cough for the last two months, and it has effected a cure. I have great pleasure in recom mending it.— W. C W ocknek . This is the opinion of one of our oldest and most respected residents, and has been voluntarily given ic good faith that oth ' era may try the remedy and lie benefit ed, as was Mr. Wockner. This remedy is sold by Thos. B. Magee. H. T. Mclhtyre. of St. Paul. Minn - , who has been rrnubled with a disorder ed stomach, says, •'chamberlain's Stom ach and Liver Tablets do me more good than anything I have ever taken." For sale by Thos. B. Magee. -m u - ■ — — COUGHS AND COLDS IN CHIL DUI£N\ liecommen dation of » \ye!l known Chicago Physician. I use and prescribe Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for almost all obstinate, constricted coughs, with direct results. I prescribe it to children of all ages. Am glad to recommend it to all in naed and seeking relief from colds and coughs and bronchial afflictions. It is non narcotic and;safe in the hands ot the most un- professional. A universal pan acea for all mankind.—Mrs. M ary R. M elendy , M. D., Ph. D., chicago, III. This remedy is for sale by Thos. B. Magee. CHAMBERLAIN'S STOMACH AND LIVER TABLETS. Try them When you feel dull after eating. When you fyave no appetite When you have a bad taste in the mouth. When your liver is torpid. u hen your bowels are constipated• When you bave a headache* When you feel bilious. They will improve your appetite, cleanse and invigorate your stomach and regulate your liver and bowels. For sale by Thos. B. Magee. \ (Lbe KloitbiUe Saloon, | i '/'Will be newly furnished and stocked witfcPsi M ft iWines, Liquors and Cigars.!' ug MAL01TE Eh HAGEN, Props. || ?1W W bLW h '!'1 Mi!'> W£F IF. D. KINGSBURY & CO.J M ÏH 8 Dupuyer, » - Montana. | DEALERS EN \ General Merchandise. UjGsarry a full line of stoGk cnrriplelcs ir||g all p a rîm s n ta. m 'Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Boots ancj Ê • shoes, Cow Boys Boots, Hardware, Ê Saddles and Harness. We h at: del the celebrated During mower and rake an I the v% uioiia Mountain Wagon. Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmm m. DUPUYER DRUG STORE, Drugs, p'atent Zllebtcin^s, IDatc^cs, £locks au b 3ctt?clvy STATIONERY, SPECTACLES. TOTLET ARTICLES, FISHING TACKLE. FLO WER SEEDS, FANCY CANDIES, TOYS and NOVELTIES, HIGH GRADE GIG ARS. Prescriptions carefully compounded Day or Night. Orders by maf will receive careful aud proropjr attention. THOS. B. MAGEE, Proprietor, No. 4 is the latest style of the famous new scale KIMBALL. AVe ha^ e fnree of them on hand and will sell at an introductory price of S350 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 Fa!Is, Mont. HOTELMORTON Wm. D. HÄGEN, Prop. D swilj Opsnsi d as a First-class LiODGiDG House. R Restaurant iq oonnsetion. C2ius me a trial.