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The Circle banner. [volume] (Circle, Mont.) 1914-1939, July 30, 1915, Image 4

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DATE SET FOR END OF WAR
November 11 or April 11 Is the Predic
tion Recently Made by a
"Soothsayer."
A soothsayer from Zagarabia, who
wishes to remain unknown, has pre
dicted the end of the great war to
ward the end of the year, and he In
sists that peace will be concluded on
November 11. His prediction is based
on logical mathematical calculations
which he says cannot fail, as proved
by past experience of former wars.
In fact the same yule which en
abled him to find out when this war
is going to end works to perfection
when applied to the last Napoleonic
war and the Franco-Prussian war of
1870.
The last war against Napoleon start
ed in 1813 and ended in 1814. The
soothsayer adds up these two years
and divides the total, viz.: 3627, into
two numbers of figures each, viz.:
36 and 27. Then adding the two fig
ures of each number, viz.: 3 plus 6
equals 9, and 2 plus 7 equals 9, he
gets the ninth day of the ninth month,
viz.; September 9, the date when
peace was signed.
The same result is obtained in the
case of the Franco-Prussian war, be
gun in 1870 and ended in 1871. In
fact, 1870 plus 1871 equals 3741, oi
37 and 41, and 3 plus 7 equals 10
while 4 1 equals 5, so that the
date of peace was May 10.
Assuming that the present war ends
this year then 1914 plus 1915 equals
3829, or 38 and 29; hence 3 plus 8
equals 11 and 2 plus 9 equals 11, and
the result is November 11.
Supposing, however, the war lasts
until 1916, then pea£e will be signed
on April 11.
The soothsayer does not explain on
what his prophecy that the war will
end this year is based.—New York
Sun.
Notice for Publication—Isolated Tract
Coal.
Serial No. 023936
Public Land Sale
Department of the Interior, U. - S.
Land Office at Miles City, Montana,
June 24, 1915.
Notice is hereby given, that, as
directed hy the commissioner of (he
General Land office, under provisions
of Sec. 2455, R S., pursuant to the ap
plication of Percival C. Flovd, Stony
Butte, Montana, Serial No. 023936, w<
will otter at public sale, to the highest
bidder, but at not less than 82.50 pel
acre, at 10 o'clock a. ni., on the 25tl |
day of August, 1915, next, at this office, |
the following tract of land; SE*
Sec. 30. T. 18 N., R. 48 E , M. M. To I
be sold subject to the provisions and !
reservations of the Act of June 22, 1910
;36 Stat., 583.)
The sale wili not be kept open, but
will bt declared closed when those j
, present at the hour named have ceased |
j bidding. The person making the high
j est bid will be required to immediately
j pay to the Receiver the amount thereof,
j Any persons claiming adversely the
above-described land are advised to
I file their claims, or objections, on or
j before the time designated for sale.
SEj i
Myers,
r Register.
I 7-9 8-6
Notice for Publication
jcoal land. Act6-12-10. Sériai No. 016570.
j Department of the Interior, U. S. Land
! Office at Miles Citv, Mont., June 10,
j 1915.
I j Notice is'hereby given (liât Edward
f ! W. Jackson, of BrocKway, Mont., who,
II on Dec. 9, 1912, made Homestead
Entry, No. 016570, for north half, Sec
tion 8, Township 18 N., Ranee 46 E..
i M. P Meridian, has filed notice of in
I tention to make three year proof, to
j establish claim to the land above des
j cribed, before Peter Rorvik, U. S.
i Commissioner, at Circle, Mont., on the
j 28th day of July 1915.
I Claimant names as witnesses:
j Getmer Lindh, A. E. Sutherland, Elber
I Hamden, Robert Lindh, all of Brock
I way Mont.
G, W. Myers
Register.
I 6-18 7-16
Notice for Publication
i Coal land. Act 6-22-10. Serial No,
j 015089. 021589.
j Department of the Interior, U. S.
j Land Office at Miles City Mont,, June
16, 1915.
Notice is hereby given that
JOHN SPARBY
of Watkins, Montana, who, on July' 3;
1912 and April 1, 1914, made Homestead
Entry, No. 015089 and 021589, for sjr nei.
sej nwj, lots 1, 2, 3 and lot 4, section 2,
township 17 N., range 46 E., M. P,
Meridian, has filed notice of intention
to make three year proof, to establish
claim to the land above described, be
fore Pet"r Rorvik, U. S. Commissioner.
at Circle* Montana, on the 2nd day of
August 1015.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Chaîna rs L. Fletcher, Arthur R. Cobb
both of Circle, Mont., and Vel Vesley,
Gullick Aaby, both of Walkms Mont.
G. W. Myers
Register.
6-25 7-23
Notice
Department of the Interior Ü, S. land
office, Miles City, Montana. June 21
1915.
Notice is hereby given that plats of
survey of the following named town
ships have been received at this office
and will be open for filing at 9 a.
July 21st, 1915.
47 E.
44 E.
m.
22 N.
21 N.
G. W. Myers,
Register.
6-25 7.23
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Terry - Circle Auto Stage
Terry to Circle and return Mondays and Fridays
LEAVE TERRY 8 A. M.
Arrive Hazel 9.T5 a. ra„ Harper's 10 a. m., Watkins 11:30 a. m.,
Brockway 12 in., Circle 1 p. in.
FARE—Terry to Hazel. 12; Harper's. $3; Watkins, *4.50; Brock
way, *5; Circle, *6.
LEAVE CIRCLE 2 P. M.
Arrive Brockway 3 p, in., Watkins 3:30 p. m., Harper's 5 p. m.
5:30 p. m., Terry 7 p. m.
FARE—Circle to Brockway, *1.50; Watkins, *2; Harper's, *3;
Haz> 1 *4; Terry, *(>.
Hazel
BENJ. F. BRAGG. Proprietor
The Bungalow Cafe
110 West Bell St., Masonic Annex
Glenclive,
Montana
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1 he Best Place to Eat
Only WHITE HELP Employed
Quick Service
Manager
F. JESSEN,
m BiWI IMlHli I I I M l lim n III llll IH I HI «WHI— HU II i ll Il l 111111
*Ihe
VALLEY MEAT MARKET
Fresh and Home cured
Meats always on hand
Moil Orders will receive our careful
Attention
Home Made Lard
Home Made Sausage
Masser & Klaus
PROPRIETORS
Circle, Montana
Everybody's. Doin' It
Doin' What?
Getting Shaved
AT
CHARLEY'S
BARBER SHOP
Located at Duffy's Fool Hail
Coal land. Act 6-22 10 Serial No. 012973/1
Department of the Interior, U. S
Land Office at Miles City Mont., June
16, 1915.
Notice is hereby «riven that
CLIFFORD H. DOUGHERTY
of Redwater, Mont., who, on Jan. 22,
1912, made Homestead Entry, No.
012973, for north half, section 8. town
ship 20 N, range 49 E. M. P. Meridian,!
has filed notice of intention to n . ak{ .
three year proof, to establish claim to
the land above described, before Peter
Rorvik, U. S Commissioner, at Circle
Montana, on the 2nd day of August 1915.
Claimant names as .witnesses:
Ralph J. Payne, Arthur Davies, Ole
Hanson, John Tonander, all of Red
water Montana.
G. W. Myers,
Register.
6-25 7-23
Notice to. Publication Isolated Tract
Serial No. 016487
Coal. '
Public Land Sale
Deparlment of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Miles City Montana, June
5ih, 1915.
Notice is hereby given that, as directed
hv the commissioner of the General
Land office, under provisions ,of Sec.
lion 2455,' R. S., pursuant to the appli- j
cation of James Meehan, Terry Mont., j
Serial No. 016487, we will offer at pub- j
lie sale to the highest bidder, but at not
less than $4.00 per acre, at 10 o'clock |
a. m., on the 2nd day of August. 1915, |
next, at this office, the following tract j
of land: Lot 2, Wè SEJ Sec. 6, T. (5 N.
R. 47 E., M. M
This tract is ordered into the market [
on a showing that the greater portion I
thereof is mountainous or too rough for
i, , .
cultivation. To be sold subject to the
provisions and reservations of the Act
of June 22, 1910 (36 Statt, 583.)
The sale will not be kept open, hut!
will be declared closed when those

present at the hour named have ceased
bidding. The person making the high
es\bid will he required to immediately
to the Receiver the amount there
pay'
of
lersons claiming adversely the
above-described land are advised to
An;
file they- claims, or objections, on or
before
le time designated for sale.
G. W. Myers,
Register
6-25 7-23
ANDERSON'S
Pool Hall & Barber Shop
John Anderson, Prop.
The place to spend a
pleasant Evening
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Contractor
Estimates Furnished on
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Circle, Mont.
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Lawyer
Aug. 2nd to 7th
Call on me if in need of dental
SERVICES
C. R. Milier
Notary Public
MONTANA
CIRCLE,
O. J. Thompson
Attorney at Lav-'
Notary Public
MONTANA
CIRCLE,
M. D.
Circle
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A« -O. one day only, at hole). 11 your eyes
H oub * i '°" co ™ and me examine
nambl n - a uç. 27
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Montana
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