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Dil, W. A. HULBUSH
Physician and Surgeon
Great Northern Katlwa- Surireon
Office Rooms Jacobson
Block
OUT ltANK MONTAN 1
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R.M. HATTERSLEY,
Attorney at Law
Land Practice a specialty
TELEPHONE
CONRAD, MONTANA
JOHN W. COBURN
Attorney at Law
General Law Practice.
Land practice made a
Specialty.
CUT BANK, MC
Bob s Smoke House
Rassmussen & Sons
Pool Hall aud Barber Shop.
Cut Bank
PALACE BARBER SlIO P
D. B. Donahue, Proprietor
Stylish Haircuts
Smooth Shaves
Agency Havre Laundry
T. B. Bomboy
Undertaker and Embalmer
.Cut Bank, Montana
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CHAS. N. THOMAS,
II. S. Commissioner
* Land Filings and Proofs
Notary Public
OUI' BANK, MONTANA
John W. Bartlett
Formerly surveyor, with U.S. Land Office
Land Locator
Surveying. Running fence lines
and locating corners
Office with B. R. McNamer,
P. O. Building Cut Bank
A.lex Gould
General Contractor
and Brader.
cut ham;,
MONTANA
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 Liyery
Blacksmit hing and
machine work.
Horseshoing
Cut Bank Meat Company
Wholesale 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,
MACHINE WORK BLACKSMITHING
KLEIN & CONRAD
CASE ENGINES BUILDING REPAIRS
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Montana.
Names of Farms
Note—no charge is made for pub
lisbiug ihe name of your ranch in
this column.
Cow Glen Alex Johnston
Pair View ,C. Madison
Grand View W. T. Elmer
Khubla Kahn Arthur Belyea
Plymouth Farm Geo. Poor
Raglan Butte Farm A. Klein
Scenic Heights Farm T.Wallace
Spring Valley Farm
Rev. L. J. Hawkins
Alta Vista
whetston Grange
Headlight Farm
Joella Ranch
Clonmel Ranch
Sunny Slope Farm
Hayfield Farm
The Shelter Ranch
Lost Valley
Poplar Grove
G. C. Putt
Dan'l whetston
Ed. Cleland
J. S. Lombard
Lucie whetston
W. F. Colburn
Robert Paul
Sam Dunbar
Mrs. John Simms
John Simms
Valley View Farm
Highland Farm
Bran iff Broad acres
T. J. Solom
L. S. Hargus
B. Braniff
Miss Carrie Green
Tracy Poor
Bruce Thompson
II. D. Poor
Grover Boling
D. H. Poor
J. T. Johnson
J. perrine
J. C. Benish
Austin Miller
Elsie Hall
paul Hall
Emil Hall
Mrs. F. D. Hall
William Kaufman
Homer Williams
Edward Miller
Ray Thomas
II. A. Maltby
Alex Gould
Philip Yunck
Payne Davis
John Hankiu
Miss Thomas
Jas. Spear
Greer acres
Eagle Bend
Peace Valley
Pleasant Valley
Sunlight Ranch
Cliff View
Sunny Side
Pioneer Sheep Ranch
Eau Claire Ranch
Clearwater Ranch
Cut Bank Marias
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
woodlawn Ranch W . F. Clappei
Peerless Ranch Charles Rooney
Clover Leaf Farm Ed. Davis
Maple Leaf E. A. waterhouse
Plain View Albert waterhouse
Endless View Mrs. Tripp
Parkersdale G. A. Parkes
Marias River Front H. Wilkier
wooly Worm Ranch Cecil Joslin
East Lake Side w. F. Fen
Old Kentucky Home O. Mcllvoy
Good Enough Farm Claude Lowe
LowemeduFarm Mrs. A. II. Lowe
Northern Slope Farm L.M.Lowe
Alfalfa Slope Ranch Seth Clarkson
Ivobblekastle
"The Roost"
Prairie du Chien
Rose Croft Farm
Syndicate Farm
Hard Knocks Ranch
Romola Ranch
Headlight Valley Farm
Seed Grain Ranch
Ingleside Farm
Sulierup Coulee
Soldiers' Home
jiellrose Farm, Kevin.
Glenview Farm
Southslope
I-in i;er 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-of-Trees
Crystal Springs Farm
I)., ondule Farm
Hay Lake Valley Ranch
American Beauty Ranch
Northern Beauty Ranch
XX Ranch
Beyond Hope Ranch
Garden Flat
Sleepy Hollow
Lempoc Place
Buffalo Head Ranch
J. B. Vallentyne
Carl Anderson
Chas. Ferres
J. W. Cowan
Taft & Sons
E. H. Martin
Edgar Fisk
Geo. J. Berns
Lloyd Callison
A. R. Leach
William Watson
Peter Traver
H. L. Dickson
Mrs M, E. Haggerty
J. D. Becket
Will O'Brien
Eichelberg
J. H. Ahlberg
Erick Erickson
Blanche Swartz
N. L. Oikle
L. R. Dobyns
Pete Delre
1). W, Haulman
Oscar Montross
j, T. Graham
Dr. Turner
Guy K. Blake
I,. A. Blake
H. A. Solberg
W. ,T. Wilkins
J. H. Ahlberg
M. L. Leach
George Leach
johl. Dempsey.
Fred Kruger
T. G. Lennon
Oscar Berger
W. M, Kendel
N. R. Connor
Frederick Hull, M. D. V.
Graduate Veterinarian
Deputy State Conrad,
Veterinarian. Montana.
Henry D. Robison. President gec
TETON COUNTY
ABSTRACT CO,
Promut attention given to all
branches of Abstract work
MONTANA
OHOTKAtT,
Oats for sale at Greenacres, 1 mile
west of Hay Lake. $1.10 a hund
red. L. Leonard Greene.
Let your investments work while
you take life a little easier. A lot
in Jacobsou's addition, purchased
while the price is low, is suie t0
bring you good returns. Talk to
McNamer.
Relinquishment
2 1-2 miles from Cut Bank. Ev
ery foot can be cultivated. Inquire
Pioneer Press. ___
Fine Barley
Will sell 2f»0 bu.
hundred. Bruce It.
O. Building.
fit *1.25 per
McNamer. P.
Do—
you wear made to order clothes
I can add to your saving; if you
don't, I can add to your self sutis
satisfaction. See meat Donahues
Barber Shop, on Friday and Satur
day. Seth Clarkson.
Notice to Contractors
The undersigned hereby (rives notice that
sealed proposals for tlie construction of a road
at the bridire site across the Marias River in
Section 34,Twp ."«North. Ilanite 8 West, and
Section 2, township 31 North. Range J> West,
including all labor, will be received by the
Hoard of County Commissioners at their office
in Choteau. Montana, until the hour of 10 A.
M., Friday. August 8th. 11113.
The work consists ot approximately 12.(Km
cubic yards of dirt and rock excavation and
90 0 square yards of ripr.tp.
All bids must be in strict accordance with
the plans and spécifications, preiraredby the
County Surveyor Teton County, which may lie
seen at the office of County Surveyor on and
after July 15,1913.
All contractors advised to look the ground
over personally before making bids.
A certified check for 10 per cent of amount
bid payable to the order of Treasurer of Teton
county nmstacconipany each bid as a gnarant;,
the same to be returned to unsuccessful bid
ders, immediately on letting the contract. The
party to whom the contract is awarded will be
required to gi re a satisfactory bond in the sum
of double the amount of the contract for the
faithful performance of the contract. The
right is reserved to reject any or all bSds.
K.C GARRETT.
Clerk of the Board of County Com
missioners. Teton County, Montana.
Dentist
Now permanently lo
cated in Cut Bank
Dr. S. R. Turner
Jacobson Building.
Irwin C. Kartack Perry M. Soiènson
Kartack & Sorenson
Lawyers
JACOBSON BLOCK
CUT BANK, MONTANA
DK. J. E. STRAIN
Physician and Surgeon
Surgeon for the Great Northern Railway
Specialty Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat and the
Kitting of Glasses.
Cut Bank, Montana
J. II. POWELL
Auctioneer
Sales cried in any part of the
County
Cut Bank Moniaua
JOHN J. GREENE
Attorney at Law
Irrigation I.aw and Land Practice a Specialty^
Conrad, Montana
Col. Ed Buckner
the Ever Ready
Auctioneer
will help to arrange
your sale
Inquire for open dates.
Call or write
Eth ridg e
Livery and
Transfer
J. J. MILLER
Feed and sale stables
Good turnouts on Short n<
tice.
Water hauled to all partP
of the city
Phone 32
BUYING AT HOME
EXHIBIT AT FAIS
The Buying at Home exhibit at the
Interstate Fair this fall will be unique
in that It will be strictly a home man
ufactured product display. For the
first time in the history of the Fair the
various manufacturing concerns of the
Inland Empire and Spokane will com
bine in a demonstration of live exhib
its showing what they have accom
plished. In this display manufactur
ers from Coeur d'Alene, Moscow, Sand
point, Lewiston, North Yakima, We
natohee and other inland points will
exhibit
One of the distinctive features of
this exhibition will be the Home Prod
uct Itoom, where daintily dressed In
land Empire born maidens will serve
various food products to the visitors.
This demonstration alone is worth the
price of admission to the Fair Grounds.
Surrounding this pretty booth you will
find displays of home manufactured
trunks, grips and packing house prod
ucts, including local brands of hams,
bacon and lard.
There will also be beautiful and edu
cational displays of jewelry and elec
trical fixtures, together with over
alls, jumpers, mackinaws, suspenders,
shirts, pennants, baseball uniforms,
rackers, biscuits, mattresses, macaro
ni, ditalinl. noodles, crocks, jars,
pickles, relishes, cider and vinegar.
These and many others, with over 200
various kinds of fancy drugs and toi
let articles, will be prominently and
artistically displayed.
The ladies who will have charge of
the Flour and Flour Products Depart
ment will give daily demonstrations of
the best methods of bread and pastry
baking. There will be on exhibition
woolen goods, including blankets,
sweaters and yarns, and in some in
stances the machines used in turning
out these products will be shown.
There will be a fine display of lumber
and lumber products, together with
various building materials, such as
sash, doors, paints and oils, shingle
stains, cement and cement products.
An attractive booth where pretty
girls will make the hand rolled tooth
some chocolates will be of unusual In
terest, as they will show the various
processes through which this delicious
candy passes from the raw material
to the finished product. Thousands of
samples of various kinds will be dis
tributed, and every one will be given
an opportunity to learn something
about the large variety of home manu
factured products and their excellent
quality.
Even farm machinery will be includ
ed. and progressive ranchers may see
all the latest inventions in labor sav
ing machinery actually at work.
Notice for Publication
Dpeartmentof the Interior, U. S. Land Office,
Great Kalis, Montana, .luly 2-4,1918.
Notice is hereby given that Kdward G. Timm,
of Cut Bank. Teton County, Montana, who. on
March 5. 11)10. made Homestead Application
No, 010511. for NW1 Section 21, Township 83 N„
Range B West, Montana Meridian, lias tiled no
tice of intention t<> make Fnal Three |3j \ ear
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 18th day of September, 1»13.
Claimant names as witnesses: Kdward L.
Morgan. William II. Bannister, Hiram Micken,
Charles T. Williams, all of Cut Bank, Mont.
N.R. Sutherlin. Registjr.
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior, U. S. I-and Offic
Great Falls, Monona, July 21), IUI».
Notice is hereby given that Willie 1
Crooks, of Cut Bonk. Teton County. Montana,
who on March 21',, 11)12, made Homestead Appli
cation No. 02U450, for M ot NWJ.Mof M'.i
Section 13, Township 32 North, 1 langt* 5 West.
Montana Meridian, has tiled notice of intention
to make Final Commutation rroof, to establish
claim to the land above described, before C has.
N. Thomas, U. S. Commissioner, at his «nice at
Cut Bank, Montana, on the 16th day of Sep
tember, 1913. ., .
Claimant names as witnesses: Alphonse
Bonnet, Frank K. Vandemark, Jr., Ross C
Jones, William Wilkins all of Cut Bank. Mon
tana.
R. N. SUTHERLIN. Register
(Non coal)
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior. U.S. Land Oflice,
Great Falls, Montana, .luly 22.l'.lta.
Notice is hereby given that Hay Ihoin
of Cut Bank, Teton County. Montana, who.
July 10. HMO. Iliade Homestead aM»l n No. 014044
for N W{ Section, ir> Township 33
N., llange 5 W.. MontaLa Mciidian, lias tiled
notice of intention to make Final three (3) year
Proof, to establish claim to the land above de
scribed, before Charles N, Thomas, I . h. «m
missioner, at his office, at Cut Lank, Montana,
on the 11th day of September. 11)18.
Claimant ni.tnes as Witnesses : Dalbert l.u
ther. David L. Hove. Thomas It. Wallace, .lane
es Sneer, all of Cut Bank, Montana.
es ©peer. u ß ^ SUTHERLIN. Register
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior. I T . 8. Land Office,
(Ireat balls Montana, July 22. 1018.
Notice is hereby given that Kru. A. hrickson,
of cut Bank. Teton county, Montana, who on
Kel.y, '21st, liliO, .lunr 28. 1!>1'2. made homestead
applications Nos. «Lissa. 02WIMI. Jor M of NL1,
Ni of SKL Section 23. and N L, of Nhi, Sei . 28.
Ni of NWJ. NW! of NLl. S.'ctinn 24, iowns lip
34 North. Hanne r» West Montana Meridian, luis
tiled notice of intention to make Filial Tnree
(H) year proof, to establish claim to the hind
ahove described, before Charles N.Thomas. V.
s. Commissioner, at his oflice at < ut
Montana, on the lltli day o' September., wis.
Claimant names as witnesses. William K
Colburn. John A. Colburn, Thomas 15. Wallace,
Arthur M. Belyea. all of Cut Bank, Montana.
Notice for Publication
Department of the interior, t\ S. Land Oflice.
(ireat Falls. Montana. > 4 ; rol _
Notice is hereby triven that William I . C-ol
burn or Cut Bank. Mont, «ho, on 1
November *21, 1911. made
plications Nos. 09859. 025070. for SW i Si of 81...
Sec 28— Ni of NKi. Bec 2H. Township ,M Morth.
ilanite 9 W., Montana Meridian, lias filed notice
of intention to make Final Three (3) year hnro*
to establish claim to the land above described,
before Charles N. Thomas. I . h. C orarnlssioner,
at Cut Bank. Montana, on the ath day of bep
'nam'an' names as ' ■l tneM *? ( L„r^M^Belyea
or,« Thomsift H Wallace, Arthur M. neiyea
1'iterSTndberif. all of Cut Bank. Montana
H. Sutherlin, Kenlster,
Ice Cream
Sundaes, crushed fruits
all the new and delicious
drinks, ready to serve at
our stands, or for families,
picnic parties, etc.
DRAKE DRUG COM'Y
L. POTTEK, Pres.
L. TAFT, Cashier.
MARTIN JACOBSON, 1st V. Pres.
P. II. BUCKLEY. 2nd V. Pres
The First National Bank
Of Cut Bank, Montnna.
CHARTER >*€>. ».*574
The Strong Bank of Northern Teton County
MONEY
TO LOAN ON
REAL ESTATE
x< Come in and see us. We can make Qj
M) you a loan on your farm.<C> )*
20 Per Cent.
DISCOUNT
ON GASOLINE STOVES
We want to close out the
remainder of the stock and
here's your chance. Come
in and we'll demonstrate
their good points.
HALL'S HARDWARE
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Everyo ne to His Trade
The farmer knows better than Stiekney
how to get the most from the soil—That's his
trade. But Stiekney knows how to build
gasoline engines better than anyone—That's his trade
IHIIH 'I'll Ml HII lll'llillll EXCLUSIVE AGENT
Northern Montana Lumber Co., Cut Bank, Mont.
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.

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