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Professional
DR, W. A. HULBUSH
Physician aud Surgeon
Office K001U9.1 aeobson
Block
CUT BANK
R.M. HATTERSLEY,
Attorney at Law
Land Practice a specialty
TKI j EPHONB
CONRAD,
MONTANA
JOHN W. COBURN
Attorney at Law
General Law Practice.
Land practice made a
Specialty.
GEO. W. MAGEE,
Attorney at Law
Land practice a Specialty
Telephone
PALACE BARBER SIIO P
D. B. Donahue, Proprietor
Stylish Haircuts
Smooth Shaves
Agency Havre Laundry
/ HTM p A v i; MONTANA.
T. B. Bomboy
Undertaker and Embalmer
Cut Bank, Montana
Miscellaneous
CHAS. N. THOMAS,
U. S. Commissioner
Land Filings and Proofs
Notary Public
John W. Bartlett
Formerly surveyor, with U. S. Land Office
Land Locator
Surveying. Running fence lines
aud locating corners
Office with B. II. McNamer,
P. O. Building Cut Bank
Alex Gould
General Contractor
and FirUder.
L. B. Joslyn
Graduate Veterinarian of Detroit College
Will make professional visits
to Cut Bank each Saturday.
Treats all deseases of horses and cattle
Dentistry a specialty
J. J. Miller's
Blacksmith Shop
Shop Near J. J.
Miller's Livery
Blacksmit hing and
machine work.
Horseshoing
Cut Bank Meat Company
W holesale and retail dealers in fresh
and cured meats of all kinds,
saugage, poultry, fish, oysters, etc.
All first class goods at reasonable
prices.
Cut Bank,
Montana.
You get circulation for your
money when you advertise
in the Pioneer Press.
Names of Farms
Note—no charge is made for pub
lishing the name of your ranch in
this column.
Cow Glen
Fair View
Grand View
Khubla Ivahn
Plymouth Farm
Raglan Butte Farm
Scenic Heights Farm
Spring Valley Farm
Rev. L. J. Hawkins
Alta Vista G. C. Putt
whetston Grange Dan'l whetston
Alex Johnston
G .C. Madison
W. T. Elmer
Arthur Belyea
Geo. Poor
A. Klein
T. Wallace
Headlight Farm
Joella Ranch
Clonniel Ranch
Sunny Slope Farm
Hayfield Farm
The Shelter Ranch
Lost Valley
Poplar Grove
Valley View Farm
Highland Farm
Braniff Broadacres
Greer, acres
Eagle Bend
lVace Valley
Pleasant Valley
Sunlight Ranch
Cliff View
Sunny" Side
Pioneer Sheep Ranch
Eau Claire Ranch
Ed. Cleland
J. S. Lombard
Lucie whetston
W. F. Colburn
Robert Paul
Sam Dunbar
Mrs. John Sirams
John Simms
T. J. Solom
L. S. Hargus
B. Braniff
Miss Carrie Green
Tracy Poor
Bruce Thompson
H. D. Poor
Grover Boling
D. H. Poor
J. T. Johnson
J. perrine
J. C. Benish
J.
.
Girtlimore Miss Mary O Neil
Clearwater Ranch Austin Millei
Cut Bank Marias
Elsie Hall
paul Hall
Emil Hall
Mrs. F. D. Hall
william Kaufman
Homer Williams
Edward Millet
Ray Thomas
H. A. Maltby
Alex Gould
Philip Yunck
Payne Davis
John Hankin
Miss Thomas
Jas. Spear
Rainbow Slope
Long Cooley
Southern Valley
River View
Hayslope
Sunny Mead
Skookum Ranch
New Home
Bonnie Brae
Rock Cooley Ranch
Model Farm
Broncho Ranch
Swastika Grange
Hill Crest
Mountain View H. E. Schoonmaker
Broadview Ranch Isabel Runner
woodlawu Ranch W. F. Clapper
Peerless Ranch Charles Rooney
Clover Leaf Farm Ed. Davis
Maple Leaf E. A. waterhouse
Albert waterhouse
Mrs. Tripp
Plain View
Endless View
Parkersdale
Marias River Front
wooly Worm Ranch
East Lake Side
Old Kentucky Home
Good Enough Farm
Lowemedu Farm Mrs
Northern Slope Farm
G. A. Parkes
H. Wilkier
Cecil Joslin
>v. F. Fen
0. Mcllvoy
Claude Lowe
A. H. Lowe
L. M. Low
Alfalfa Slope Ranch Seth Clarkson
Ivobblekastle J. B. Vallentyne
The Roost"
Prairie du Chien
Rose Croft Farm
Syndicate Farm
Hard Knocks Ranch
Roniola Ranch
Headlight Valley Farm
Seed Grain Ranch
Inuleside Farm
Sulierup Coulee
Soldiers' Home
Mellrose Farm. Kevin.
Glenview Farm
Souths! ope
Linger Longer Ranch
Meadowbrook Heights
Minnesota Ranch
Pleasant View
Bide a Wee Ranch
Hay lake Ranch
Silver Star Ranch
Soon-Yet Ranch
Hilldale
Boulderhurst
Halcyon Home Stock Farm
Oriental Limited
Cosy Corner
Hope-ot-Trees
Crystal Springs Farm
Doondale Farm
llay Lake Valley Ranch
American Beauty Ranch
Northern Beauty Ranch
XX Ranch
JjOpt Hope Ranch
Carl Anderson
Chas. Ferres
J. W. Cowan
Taft & Sons
E. H. siartin
Kdgar Fisk
Geo. J. Berns
Lloyd C'allison
A. R. Leach
William Watson
Peter Traver
H. L. Dickson
.Mrs M. E. Haggerty
J. 1). Becke!
Will O'Brien
C. A. Eichelbeig
J. H. Ahlberg
Erick Erickson
Blanche Swartz
N. L. Oikle
L. R. Dobyns
Pete Delre
D. W. Haulinan
Oscar Montross
J. T. Graham
Dr. Turner
Guy E. Blake
L. A. Blake
H. A'. Solberg
W. ,1. Wilkins
J. H. Ahlberg
M. L. Leach
George Leach
John Dimpsey
Fred Kruger
Frederick Hull, M. D. V.
Graduate Veterinarian
Deputy State
Veterinarian.
Conrad,
Montana.
Henry D. Eobison, President
Jas. T. Robison, Sec
TETON COUNTY
ABSTRACT CO.
Prompt attention gi ven to all
branches of Abstract work
MOHTAJf A.
I)R. J. E. STRAIN
Physician and Surgeon
Snrgeon for the «rent Nortlier^UaUway
Specialty Eye. Ear.
Sose and Throat and the
Fitting of Glasses.
Cut Bank,
Montana
J. 11. POWELL
Auctioneer
Sales cried in any part of the
County
Cut Bank Montana
JOHN J. GREENE
Attorney at Law
Irrigation I .aw and lJ>nd Practice a Specialty.
Conrad, Montana
. Bob s Smoke House
Rassmussen & Sons
Pool Hall aud Barber Shop.
Cut Bank
Col. Ed Buckner
the Ever Ready
Auctioneer
will help to arrange
your sale
Inqu ire for open dates.
Call or write
£ t h r id g e
Notice of Contest.
Department of .he Interior. U. S. Land Office
(ireat Falls. Montana, June 14, WIS.
To William Bernel. of Hreat Falls. Montana,
ontestee: . „ _ ,,
You are hereby notified that Riley Saffell,
who gives Cut Bank, Montana, as his post-oflloe
address, did on May 2K. 191». file in this office
his duly corroborated application to contest
and secure the cancellation of your Home
stead, Serial No. «1677. made Oct. 21st. 1908. for
NWi. Section 6. Township 3H North. Range 6
West, Montana Meridian, and as grounds for
his contest he alleges that Entryman has
wholly abandoned the claim for more than
Three (a) years past, has not complied with the
hom< stead laws as regards residence and cul
tivation and that the present condition of said
laim is uninhabited aüd uncultivated.
You are, therefore, further notified
that the said allegations will be taken
by this ofiflce as having been confessed
you, and your said entry will be can
celed thereunder without your further
rigfht to be heard therein, either befoe
this office or on appeal, if you fail to
file in this office within twenty days
after the Fourth publication of this no
tice, as shown below, your answer,
under oath, specifically meeting and
responding to these allegations of con
test, or if you fail within that time to
file in this office due proof that you
have served a copy of your answer on
the said contestant either in person or
:>y registered mail. If this service is
made by the delivery of a copy of your
answer to the contestant in person
proof of such service must be either
the said contestant's written acknowl
edgement of his receipt of the copy,
showing the date of its receipt, or the
affidavit of the person by whom the
delivery was made, stating when and
where the copy was delivered; if made
by registered mail, proof of such serv
ice must consist of the affidavit of the
person by whom the copy was mailed,
stating when and the post office to
which 1 was mailed, and this affidavit
must he accompanied by the postmas
ter's receipt for the letter.
You should state in your answer the name of
he post office to which you desire futurenotice
sent you.
First Publication June 27 1913.
Second " July 4 "
Third " . 11 '
Fourth " 18
THOS. CORBALLY. Receiver.
Notice of Contest.
Bffff of Cut Bank, Montana,
Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office
tireat>#)li,'}lMtana. June 11.1913
To Join) J,, Lajyfej
Conteste# i
You are hereby notifie»} that Maftjn E. Yan
demark. who gives Cut J5#n|c, -Te^oiJ County.
.Montana, as his post office adflresg, ())(}, on
June 7, 191», tile In this office his duly corro
borated application to contest and Becure the
cancellation of your Homestead Entry, Serial
No. 0927, made Sept. 12, 19o8, for Si of SWi,
Section 2«, and Wi of NWi Section SB, Twp. »3
North , Range (5 West, Montana Meridian, and
as grounds for Iiis contest he alleges that en
tryman has wholly abandoned the claim for
more than three jears past, has not complied
with the homestead laws as regards residence
and cultivation, has not built a house thereon,
th vt the present condition of said claim Is un
inhabited and uncultivated
You are, therefore, further notified
that ti)e said allegations .will be taken
by this Qïfipp jffl tyaving been confessed
you, an<î your sßif} ça try wifi be can
celed thereunder wjfhftuf yçtfr further
rigiht to be heard therein, ait'hpf tjefore
this office or on appeal, if you fail to
file In this office within twenty days
aifter the Fourth publication of this no
tice, as shown below, your answer,
under oath, specifically meeting and
responding to these allegations of con
test, or if you fail within that time to
file In this office due proof that you
have served a copy of your answer on
the said contestant either In person or
by registered mall. If this service Is
made toy the delivery of a copy of your
answer to the contestant in person,
proof of such service must be either
the said contestant's written acknowl
edgement of his receipt of the copy,
showing the date of its receipt, or the
affidavit of the person by whom the
delivery was made, statin« wlten and
w<here the copy was delivered; If made
by registered mall, proof of such serv
ice must consist of the affidavit of the
person by whom the copy was mailed,
stating when and the post office to
which it was mailed, and this affidavit
must be accompanied by the postmas
ter's receipt for the letter.
You should state in your answer the name of
the post office to which you desire future no
tices to be sent to you.
R. N.ISCTHERLIN, Register
First Publication, June 20,1915
Second " 27,1918
Third " July 4,1913
Fourth " July a. 1818
Notice for Publication .
Non Coal
Department of the Interior. U. S. land Office,
«rent Kails. Mon.ano, May '2R. 1813.
N< lice is hereby iriven that llarriette H
Hutches, nee Wilkins. of Cut Bank, Teton Coun
ty. Montana, who. on May 1,1'.MO. made Home
stead entry. No. UISHTH. for NEi. Sec. -fi Town
jhii> :«>•• ltaniro ft W., Montana Meridian, has
died notice of intention to make Final three
(») year Proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before Charles s, Thomas. U.
8. commissioner, at his office, at Cut Bank,
Montana, on the 7th day of .luly, lttls.
Claimant names as witnesses; Kmil llall, of
Cut Hank. Mont.. William Kaufmann, of Cut
Hank siont., Daniel Sullivan! of Shelby. Mont.,
Charles Townsend, of Etliridire. Montana.
R. N. SUTHEKLIN. lJeiristor.
Notice for Publication
Non Coal
Department of the Interior, IT. S. land Office.
Greiit Falls, Montana. Mayvti, 1(113.
Kotice is hereby given that Perry A. Davis,
of Cat Hank. Teton County, Montana, who. on
Aug. W. 1901!, made Homestead entry, No. »7171,
for Slfllsl. Sec. 7, N1SWJ. See. 8. Township !M
N., Hange h W., Montana Meridian, has filed
notice of intention to make Final three (8) year
Proof, to establish claim to the land above de
scribed, before Charles N, Thomas. U. S. Com
missioner, at his office, at Cut Bank. Montana
on the 7th day of July, litis.
Claimant names as witnesses: George Weav
er. Miirtin Wolf, Patrick J. Connolly. Daniel
Whetstone, all of Cut Bank. Montana.
R. N, SUTHERLIN. Register
Notice for Publication
Non Coal
Department of the Interior. U. S. land Office.
Great Falls Montana, May 80. 1111»,
Notice is hereby given that Robert II.Thomp
son, of Cut Hnnk, Teton County, Montana, who
on May 1. 1(110. made Homestead entry, No.
«1M445, forSWISEi. SEiSWi. Sec. IV NE1NWJ.
NWlNlil. Section ».Township m N. limine 4
W.. Montana Meridian, has filed notice of In
tention to make Final three (») year Proof, to
establish claim to the land above described,
before Charles N, Thomas, li. S. Commissioner,
at Ills office, at Cut Bank. Montana, on the 7th
dB y of July, liua.
Claimant names as witnesses: James T.
Johnson. John Huddleson. Clyde GalTney. Er
nest Knapp, all of Cut liank, Montana.
R. N, SCTHERL1N, Register.
Notice for Publication
(Noti Coal)
Dpenrtment of the Interior, U. S. land Office,
(.rent Falls. Montana. June 7.1913.
Notice is hereby given that Theodore E. Zei
niantz. who. on May 5, lilld, made Homestead
entry, No. tllBiiW. for S1NWJ. SjNEi. Section 28.
Township 30 N.. Range R NT . Montana Meridian
lias tiled notice of intention to make Final
Three-year Proof, to establish claim to the
anils above described before Chas N. Thomas,
r. S. Commissioner.at Cut Rank. Montana on
the Itith day of July, 1918.
Claimant names as witnesses: William Clap
per. Edmund Miller. Mary McClure and William
Schnieder, all of Cut Hank, Montana.
R. N. Sutherlin. Regist r.
Notice for Publication
(Non coal)
liepartment of the Interior. U. S. Land Office
•ireat Falls. Montana. June 7. Ulla.
Notice Is hereby given that Mary E. McClure.
of Cut Rank, Montana, who, on Oct. 10, 1911
made homestead entry. No. U2447U. for SWi,
Sec 28. Twp. 36 N., Range 6 W., Montana Meri
dian. lias filed notice of intention to make
Final Commutation Proof, to establish claim
to the land above described, before Charles
'lomas, U. S. Commissioner, at his offie. at
Ct|t Hank. Montana, on the ltith day ot July.
1Ü18,
I jiiinapt naines as Wlnesses:
l'heodore /einumt*. Arthur Metcalf. William
F. Happer and Edumnit Miller.all of Cut Hank,
Montana,
R. N. Butberlin, Register.
NOTICE OF CONTEST
Department of the Interior. U. 8. Land Office.
Oveat Falls. Montana. June II. 1918,
To Max Oscar Lope, of (ireat Falls, Montana,
Contestée :
You are hereby notified that Daniel J. (Jninn,
who gives Cut Hank, Montana, as his postoffice
address, did on June", 1913, (lie In this office
his dul:. corroborated application to contest
and secure the cancellation of your homestead
entry. Serial No. (MotMS. made Aug. 28, 1907. for
Lot 3—SEj of NWi ; Si of NEl Section 2. Twp
32 North. Range 5 West. M. M„ and as grounds
for his contest lie alleges that entryman lias
wholly abandoned the claim for more tha i two
years past, has not complied with the home
stead laws as regards residence and cultiva
tion. lias not built a house thereon, and the
present condition of said claim is uninhabited
and uncultivated.
You are, therefore, furthei notified
that the said allegations will be taken
by this office as having been confessed
you, and your said entry will be can
celed thereunder -without your further
right to be heard therein, either befor e
this office or on appeal, if you fall to
file In this office within twenty days
after the Fourth publication of this no
tic;, as shown below, your answer,
urder oath, specifically meeting and
n.-sponding to these allegations of con
test, or If you fall within that time to
file in this office due proof that you
have served a copy of your answer on
the said contestant either in person or
by registered mail. If this service is
made by the delivery of a copy of your
answer to the contestant In person,
proof of such service must be either
the said contestant's written acknowl
edgement of his receipt of the copy,
showing the date »f its receipt, or the
affidavit of the person by whom the
delivery was made, stating when and
wiier,e jbhe copy was delivered; If made
b<y registered mail. prq-of Qf such serv
ice must consist of the affidavit of the
person by whom the copy was mailed,
stating when and the post office to
which It was mailed, and thla affidavit
must be accompanied by the postmas
ter's receipt for the letter
You should state tn your answer the name of
tha post office to which you desire future
notices to be Bent to you.
R. N. 8UTHERLIN, Register.
First Publication June 20,1913.
Second " " 27.191».
Third " July 4,1913.
Fourth " " 11,1913.
Livery and
Transfer
J. J. MILLER
Feed and sale stables
Good turnouts on Short nc
tice.
Water hauled to all parte
of the city
Phone 32
"Where the Fighting Trout Leap High"
Glacier National Park
You fishermen who like to watch the trout walk around
on his tail on top of the water and beat him at his own
game—the many rivers, lakes and streams in Glacier
National Park offer you an abundance of sport—some
of the finest river and lake trout fishing here that can
be found anywhere in the United States. You don't
know what real fishing is until you have fished the
waters of this wonderful region.
NEW GLACIER PARK HOTEL
A magnificent new hotel has been erected at Glacier Park Station, the
eastern gateway, opened for the first time to the traveling public on
June 15th. A chain of Swiss Chalets, throughout the Park, oper
ated in connection with this modern hotel, affords excellent accommo
dations.
Low Round Trip Fares Every Day
until September 30 to Bel ton and Glacier Park Station, Mont., gateways
to the Park. All fishing points can be reached from these gateways.
Write for information ancl oooklcts giving experiences of fishermen who have
fishecl this region. Any Great Northern representative will be glad to furnish you
with information.
J. T. HcGAUCHEY, Asst. Genl Frt. and Pass. Afent, HELENA, MONTANA
Coming!
Oxyacetylene
Welder
In a few week we'll
be able to weld brok
en cast iron or steel
machine parts and
make them as good
as new.
The Miller Shop
The Orient Cafe
C. Akoga, Proprietor
First class meals and lunches at all hours.
Prices very reasonable
Our cakes and pies are the best in the city.
A Tract o f Land is Better
than Money i n t he Bank
Land is the safest and most enduring
form of wealth. It produces wealth
for you and your children. Popula
tion is rapidly increasing, land is rap
idly decreasing.
MakeOa 1913.resolution to
get a quarter or half section homestead
right now. Your chance grows less
each day.
W. F. COLBURN ^ , - ocator ' Ke,il
Estate, lieliuquishnient?.

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