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,o BUSINESS DIRECTORY oo
C. JOUNSTON, M. D. . W. CO NSON M. D Physicis and 0 the Now Ce -aMo PHYSdCIAN t SUROO'O Culbertson, Montana Ibertson, o Mont *OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO@ OOO@.OOOOOOOOOOOOOO HARRY I. DALE a. w. Ortschi Attorney At Law Watch, Cleck and ewery Oces in rear of RaPeries Catient Stte Bank All Work Warranted CdBerts. - MeCtsa ULBERTSON. - - MONTANA -e n- a- - -- Lodge Announcements TROWEL OI)DBL NO. a A. P. AA. . John Hurly -eLO- "'a .. rAae*m b. at , o'1 es P. i.. in am, ic Hall ATTORNEY AT LAW H. l ao t UncAcmC. J Olaaew WILl) ROSE CHAPTERL .No. O. s. vmb seets the moeoed and fourth Thrmdaso Il each month alt o'loek p. n.. toIn Meul ma. Nei o He Meot. HsalW. M an C. Joumarow. W.M a. C. Win. necrnUtar. *Oeee·Oe OOOOOOO)OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO0- The Evans Hotel W. M. McGINNIS, Prop. Culbertson, - - - ontana ********************************* ~~S The vensHotS W. M.Mc~lNISPtoS * ubr~n Sotar S···················· CHAS. B. HOVEY CUILBERTSON, MONT. Piano Tuning, Voic Ing.Action Regulat ing and FineRepair ing. Drop me a pos tal and I will call. Charges reasonable, expert work guaranteed OUR GOLDEN RULE S*"To mnake NEW FRIENUDS by giving 001) SBRVICE to our old ones" i Spring and Summer Dress (Goods, ! Laces, Embroideries, Ladies Muslin Underwear, these lines are complete. . Men's Furnishings, Hats, Caps, Gloves, Neckwear, Suspenders, etc. Hamilton-Brown Shoes for Men, . Women and Children. . * The BROOKS CO., Inc. CULBERTSON, MONTANA $ * ***0*******0 Women****************4* and90"*Children.***** Repels Attack Of1 Death "'l ive years ago two doctors told me I had only two years to lise." This start ling statement was made by Stillman Green Malachite. Col. *'They t( Id me I would (lie with consumption. It was up to me then to try the best lung medicine and I began to use I)r King's New Discovery. It was well I did, for today I am working' an4 believe I owe my life to this great throat and lung cure that has cheated the grave of another victim." Its folly to suf fer with coughs, colds or other throat and lung troubles now. 'rake the cure that's safest. Price 5o cents and $S oo. Trial bottle free at Valley Drug Store. * Smestead *i Mai. bp is. Lime Crawind made a trip e co t Mine s day lass week and ta e s Medi sie Le0s In enpsay with ad W.i " -. T. M. Filk was a Fraid vIsr ore day - last wek. ris Herms Saempke was a Freld tpper ,l one day last week. The Old Bauhelar Band m a the home wl of Lip Crawford last week and enjoyed a w pleasm t tame with their friend, Mr. Craw olrd. Ye oareepoedeot visited with Mrs For. dyne se day last week sad other frieds. tr Geoqls E. Laughlin was a Cbhertson visitor seumdty. Word was received from the Zest that quite a number of lanseekers will comeIr up ern this season and we have juet what M they want, plety of good d and d every thing that the settler needs. Fred Garnean. Mr. Muasom and others were hauling seed oats from Lip Craw- a ford's recently. Mr. Crawford had a line crop last seasoe his oats weighing 42 lbs. to the bushel and are good vilders. Mrs. D C. Phillips visited with Mr. T and Mrs. Robert Tylor and family ose day last week. O. B. McCabe made a trip to the Froid a last week. Ole Overland visited with Homestead friends recently. * McCABE ITEMS *' (Too late for last week) March g9, 19i2. Nels Petersen went to Glasgow last Fri day to file an application for citaenship papers Peder Jorgensen and Nels Nel son accompanied him as witnesses. p M. Sorensen hauled a load of coal from ) the Sunny Slope mine last Saturday. J. T Hull and Chas. Clarke each had a I well bored by the Olsen Iros. I George Graham and family visited at J. '. Hull's ranch Saturday. ) Lloyd Moothart has resumed his work ) on his new barn. p The morning train was delayed for three i hours, one mile south of McCabe Tue*.lay i morning, on account of the track being tI llled with snow. 1 Chas Holland went to Culbertson \VW d nesday. Carl and Chris Jensen boarded the train for Froid Tuesday T. W. Davies. of Culbertsos, was in town Saturday. J. C. Stuller hauled a load of hay Satur Slay which he bought of P. A. Petersen. Arthur Zick went to the Muddy Thurs n lay and returned Wednesday. I Mrs. Je.arns and Mrs. Johnson were ski e walkers over to Ed. Gobbs one day last I week. These ladies can slide d~twn the hills as fast as anybody but the% always ( fall going up hill. I M. Hansen. I'. Hansen and 1'. A. Olsee e each hauled a load of wood from the river r.last week. Arthur Zick has been a busy man for the d past week getting his machinery ready for -" the sale to be held Thursday. ii Henry Fimrite has returned home after spending the winter in Minnesota. fat-. 5s. we Mr. am 1. N. P. Jamm wan seaem ast ds hea oem f 0 Sr. m. . L ssleb VP.Wse of i-" wsuk. _erp Je mea m.. A. rghar ml Ea e J.. I asvbn wear eaet ms e s-o beasrm -amUlr tea bavt b 3a me b es d d p me L. Psvblmt bainfga sweane a e 1 a boeensmise bolileea am week sa d will o late the talte b kim shot a week. I. Kaadlwe was eelear b tS hmee t Peer mamse Thesedl 0 leat weak. havies paebasard some ld fm Mr. Hiasse. B. C. OCluriteme of Oalharbost took a trlp oat to is hbomestd mad la t. CrlOs atre has arm d orm his vtisito bto his oNl bor lS Eheuuiat. Asmses Tho mom sad asml. chris P.b Maig. Frank eand Thomas rlue. nd Poed Prybllrn were invted the bhome of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. OelkersSnuday last. . Rev. s Jeds Johamems was a elle at the boam of Asma Thompnou Monday ofd tis ( week. Chris Nlsom was a cell sth O of Rev. and Mrs. Brede Jolbama SasBU la m. A FPrhlinlr and feily were vitors at he bum of Mr. and Mrs. Heas Rasmmues sma day lsst. lians Nilsen s bhaing his house r d . Tborvald Johnson Is doing the work. Victor Lake took a trip to Lanark ome du last week byirag feed at thebo Lanark eto and Is rget'ln his horses In shape for the Sprang work. The followingr cl will be eonarmed la the Danish Latheran church Sunday neat: In gebort and Frank Nilem: Emma and Harold Nilsen: Mthllda Nilson. Emanuel Lares.. c'hrlsJorgensn. Ida Oelkersa MartIn Olsen. Marie Anderson and Jacob Thompean. Mathis lynrI ard is making a land roller at the N. Nilsen home this week. Sam Runningen returned from tainvllm Tuesday of this week and is cIrculating ltb. lHainville mounty division petition. Ia l)ish I.utheran service will be held at the church Sunday next at 10 a. m. ;Charley Creek Items e March 27. 19ta. Tihe ranche:rs on tCharley Creek are all an xious tor se Sprlng come as the most of them, are out of hy'. ialley Fisaher hauled a load of oats from Inr.cktin for Mr. Fowler last week. A. J. tulwell made a iusineea trip to 'ulI isertson this week. Mi.s 'lare Kennedy is staying withl her sal ter. Mrs. Tlhomas o Melivitt of Fl.m Coule this week. Ed (ulwell and two sisters. Mary and Ann.. were. itrckton visitors last week. The dance given at the ro.ktblon Hotel las I 'rlda. night was not very largely attende. ibut all seemed to have a ugood time. a .lack Nic.ldsonl of Tumrtle Lake wa a allt : at (ulwm.ll's Sundady. ('Chris Kaul was among tLie Birockton eallem Iast week. .lack Mcl.lvitt. wino hLas been vislllting wit r hi. brother. Thomas MeltLvitt of Frog ('ouk returned home this week. Mr..laeohron. the liverymln. of Hrourkton. was.. i n on"1 Clharley 'reek last week. Frank Italston and Patrick Uould spem e eTueiday niight of last week with C'hris Kau S I wonder why Ed Juiwell makes no miami I rips to Frig Couloee t hee days ir You judge a man not by what be promi' es to do, but by what he has done. Tha I is the only true test. Chamberlain's Cong t IRemedy judged by this standard has n superior. People everywhere speak of. wr in the highest terms of praise For sal by all dealers. I Pioneer LiveryI BARN I * " ( Livery, Feed & Sales StaMble * Hores and Cattle For Sal. Auto Livery In Connection. SDay and Night Service. Telephone o. 7. f Tony Minnehan, Proprietor CITY DRAY LINE G. A. JANBS. PROP. Dray) i Done on Short Notice at Reasoable Prices. Phone No. 144 OU LBERTI, N. cIONTANA eeeeeeee·ee@@O@O@O@ Keller Lake Items March 2, 9gax A very pleasant surprise came to Mr. Cory ell in honor of her birthday on the 14th. A very plesant surprise Is reported. William and Joe Burgard have arrived from Mossarla and think of locating on the South Side. Joe Larsen. from Dagmar. catled at the o0 Jaeotmen home for seed oats on Friday of w last week. The Ladies Aid Soclety will meet at the home of Mrs. Wm. Swank on 4pril. the 4th Every body come. Harry Powell has water in his new well at the depth of 145 feet. Someof the neighborhood farmers are mak Ing snow plow Iaths and driving their cattle thbeiron and they conme home in the evening olulte satlsild with the prairie bay grass .I. Melllwaln was to Froid Saturday on bus- l1 Iness. It Mr. Adams was to Frold .aturday and was u greatly Itterested in the Mcabe elevator. I Class. Miller doer some business at Enter prise Store. L'n: Hahn and J. Ilurly hauled feed Latur day as feed Is a sarniLty lwre at present. Mrs. Daniel Stutzman is oil the sick list at j present. iaturday of last w.ek Shernman Mow and h.111 sster; Mary and Nelly Steeple took strip to visit th~wr achool teacher. Miss Bemsie I.lsconm and Rev. .. M. McCrne. north of - Medicine Lake. They returned Mondar. Robert Cooksen went to Bainvillelast week i for a load of feed. .'. F. Coryell was haulina feed from Harris Clark's aturday. Win. E. Eyler and family are expected on I t heir claim as soon as Mr. Fy'ler returns from thie hspital where he underwent an opera- a t ion for appendliclls. J. IHurIer was haulinlg hayr Monday and urn She way home he upset four times and hw did not come by wa. of Froid either. E. E. Wheeler was to the Young coal mine aid also tUo stuck in thesnow. Nineteen Miles a Second without a jar. shock or disturbaace, is the awful speed of our earth through space. 1 We wonder at such ease of nature's move- t meat. and so do those who take Dr. King's I New Life Pills No griping, no distress, just thorough work that brings good health and fine feelings. 2ac.. at Valley I)rug Store. Notice of Contest. DIepartment of the Interior. ITnited States Land Ofce. Olasgow. MoLt March lath. 191. To Frank Fay,. of York North DLakota. and all other known and unnown heirs of Mich- I eal F. Ieeased. whose addreass isunknown. Contestes: You are hereby no.led that Dick Nordmau who rlves lDne Vale . Montana. as his ptrt oice address. did on Frury 14th. 1912. l in this oice his duly ourroburated applies on to contest and secure sthe cancellation of Micbel Fay's Homestead Entry sNo 3a0. (treat .l. series. mrode April Ai oI for NWW. ectolo IT Township Sl N.. RelML U. Merldian. and s grounds for contest be lges that said Michael my. h had prior to to death. whol en e trer Sadhda not oen tarea taolr death, and bhd never eteblihed resience u pon said tract daring his lifetime and sines making entry, and that at no twmesa e ak-I inr etry hau be resided coetinuusly o.uaid tract for ay period of tie whatsoever That thre are no mpoveme rt on said n except some breaking and shauck axis; that nsaid tract wLas ot10 o enllVte by s id parr uam ul a d IW l w. Yoe are. refur further ouled thattsheo sad aIeskaueon will ls tkoen b o iyis o ai rntry will he ca.cele trnder withut rour furUer right to heh ds therein.e tIher' Srt thisleos or on apeaL iyou fall to le in this o lc within twety as oaf uIYTH peblicatio of this notice, anm o below. ous eTer. endse oa. ae le in thir a els dar poof hat we I p noh tr enm L afitarý. i drL 1 cadto yea weem.rhdoe eo sa iee npteoepwrof b of sice ort et de b` reachates w L ises fuur 0 mothsds to beseta as yea. p AtoJpotsS r I IO Netice Sr PubMlcattl COAL 3NTRY. Lead Oe. as leegow. Meetoas March ad. sM! Noties is heoo van iha Nle Peteona 9o e Veeo e oon Valy t a atte of oSt~a . tadsd /kidled in hine reer Ap, or be o the th daym a of Ate 4il. otler (ilrst Publicalto. Mar. 5th. 1101. Notice for Publication i)epeartmont of the Interior U. B. Land Omoe at Glasgow. Mont. Merch eth. 112. Notice Is hereby given that Percy Fredericek Jarvis. of Culbertseon. Monteam. who. on May It. 16ll. made Homeste.d e y. N. er i NWM. ecioet. Town Nip 3N. aae Montana Meridian. has /ib tnotice of |inteatlon o atoe PFaina fvo]r Pi. toewlstaish claim to tihlead /ah vovo y erd, bafore O. H. Coalter. U. 8. Commlstone.. In his ofle, at Culbertaon. Montana. on the tthk day of April. 11L. Claimant names as witnsesm: 'harles F. Parker. William T. Feanon. James A. Bold and K. O. lette. all of Cul bertson. Montana. TRUMAN M. PATTON. Register. (First Publrcatson. Mar IL. 91r3 Notice of the Closing of Registra tion for School Election Notice is hereby given that the registra tion of electors who may vote at the school elections in the various school districts in Valley C.aunty. Montana on the 6th day of April , will be closed at five (5) o'clock P. M. on the 25th day of March 1912 as provided by law and that no electors will be registered for said election after the date last named. Electors may register for the electon referred to herein by appear ing before the County Cleark at his ole or by appearing before a Justice of the Peace or a Notary Public is the manner provided r by law. Dated at Glasgow. Valley County, SMontana. this 15th day of Febreu I ary 19ag1. W. B. Sanosemnta. 44t6 Clark sad Recorder. Preclanmatios 1 An electiom of all the qmalled eleetore re siding within the corporate IlMatse of the Town of Celbertsoue. Valley County. /late of SMontana. Io hereby catlled to b held on the eist Monday In ApriL. 19.2 towtt: O tohe s rst day AprL 112. beingr the date .Sed by statute and ordinance for holding the regular annual electIom In and for the Town of CuI bertson. for the followin p rposes towls: To elect the followiug oners of aMid Town of Culbertson for a serm of two rensc. vis: One / Mayor. One Alderman of Ward No. I. One Al derman of Ward No. L a At said election. the voting place for Ward " No. I shall be in thle bmlidla known as the St. Paul Hotel Buliding. situated ea Lot a of Block II of the Original Townaite of Caler. o in said Ward. and the voting pe f r Ward No. 2shall be in ate bldg known as the Opera House over Teawer A Baet Store Sin said Ward. e The polls .Mal be open at el o'eloek \. SM.ofsaiddy and shall remaln eaen anut r o'lok P. M. of said dy. " Dated March sh. ti2 Sw. MAs11aw p ftl Mayor. S Neot. of electie. Iý ý ýt ott:t On Le lt d.r es 3wes: STo eullolwing aofsaid To a O ft alio- um n.at ,,eek ( Dtes pMebb se. I m. MJ. f P ie. (IM eous tas.