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Woman'sWorld
Pretty Brooklyn Girl
Christens N«w Battleship.
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MISS ELSIE C ALDER.
Miss Elsie Calder, the pretty daugh
ter of Congressman William M. Cakler
of New York, had the honor of cbris
telling the battleship New York, which
was recently launched at the Brooklyn
navy yard.
Miss Calder, who is a graceful girl
of eighteen, will be one of next sea
son's buds. At present she is a pupil
at a finishing school in Greenwich,
Conn.
SILHOUETTE FAD.
Even
Furniture Black and White
Effects Are Smart.
The attractive and dainty black and
white silhouette decoration now be
coming popular here had its inspiration
In Europe, where it became a wide
spread fad. By some it is held to be a
development of the black and white
decoration vogue, which the Hoffman
school created; by others to be a re
vlval of Biedermeier style, and it must
be admitted that this last influence is
most marked. Some of the screens are
essentially in Biedermeier style, com
bining characters in profile with natu
ral history subjects or with the purely
fautastic most admirably.
The decoration consists of stencil
like black or black and white figures
on a white background. The figures
are clearly and sharply cut, standing
out distinctly in the strong contrast of
the dead black and white give the foli
age and other delicate lines an effect
that is most dainty. Very decorative
variations are obtained by the use of
colors—soft dark greens, blues, crim
sons, maroons, grays or browns. These
are used on white backgrounds in two
tones of the same color or with con
trasting colors, giving unlimited pos
»Utilities to silhouette work even in tho
hands of the amateur decorator. In
fact, home talent is oftenest employed
in this art, and possibly this fact is not
a little responsible for its increasing
popularity. The personal touch is giv
en at times by putting the profiles of
members of the family, of certain
known individuals or of historic char
acters on some of the figures. Favor
ite fairy stories, sports and nursery
tales are used in decorating the nurs
ery. One's favorite pastime—golf, rid
ing, fishing, whatever it may be—can
be artistically incorporated into the
silhouette frieze for one's pet room.
While in America the fashion bas
thus far been confined to wait, picture,
cnrtain and screen decoration. A form
of furniture is promised in the near
future in black and in natural maple
paneled with silhouette decorations.
Just Too Dear For Anything.
A story Is told concerning a famous
man of letters who visited Washington
and appeared at a dinner party. He
sat next to a young girl, who rattled
away at the famous man. He wanted
to talk to his hostess, but hadn't a
chance. The girl said to him: "I'm
awfully stuck on Shakespeare. Don't
you think he's terribly interesting?'
Everybody listened to hear the great
man's brilliant reply, for as a Shake
spearean scholar he has few peers
"Tes," he said solemnly, "I do think
he is interesting. I think he is more
than that. I think Shakespeare is just
simply too dear for anything!"
Big 8'isters In New York.
Mrs. Madeline W. Evans, a thor
oughly experienced court Inspector, has
been engaged by the Big Sister or
ganization in New York, founded by
Mrs. William K. Vanderbllt. Mrs
Williard Straight, who was Miss Dor
othy Whitner before her marriage,
is very much Interested with Mrs.
Vanderbllt in the movement. Mrs,
Evans knows all about the girls
helped and finds places for them.
Thirty-third Degree For Women,
For many years the privileges and
secrets of Freemasonry have been de
nied to women. Now, however, sev
eral members of the thirty-third, and
highest, degree of the Ancient and Ac
cepted Scottish Rite have obtained
charters from the highest authorities
in England and Germany to initiate
women.
OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS
Of the Board of County Commission
ers of Chouteau County, at Their
Regular Nov. Session.
Fort Benton, Mont., Nov. 4, 1912.
Board met at 10 o'clock a. m. Pres
ent Commissioners John V. Carroll,
H. J. Wackerlin, Geo. L. Overfield
and the county clerk. Board took up
the auditing of bills as follows:
Walter Drought, road work $ 36 00
MAJonkte "
M Murray "
Bert Paradis "
Light Co, fixtures
L 8 Brady, posting notices
Oscar Johnston "
J 11 livers "
A Elderinan "
Kd Fredlund "
R H Dull "
E Wilson "
W C Sullivan, refund of taxes
A B Billups "
B C Magmren "
Milo Hummett, reg voters
R Imbert, carrying election supplies
Dr Murphy, prof services
M Hollands expenses
Henry Wickhorst, labor
Hubbard Abstract Co, certificates
Independent, advertising
A Barkley, hauling
Geo Bickie, expenses
25
106 00
150 00
M 40
2 00
5 00
1 50
2 50
3 00
5 60
8 00
2 00
9 58
I 95
4 50
11 80
8 00
28 »0
27 49
85
51 06
17 75
5 00
II 50
November 6, 1912.
The board met at 10 a. m. with all
members present and passed the fol
lowing resolution:
Whereas, one D. F. Swenson
been arrested on the charge of er im
nal libel against the county attorney
of Chouteau county, therefore it is
ordered that the county attorney may
employ special counsel to assist or
prosecute the said Swenson at the !
county's expense.
November 7, 1912. I
The board met at 10 a. m. with same
members present. The following
resolution was passed:
Whereas, it appears by duly signed
tax receipt this day exhibited that the
taxes for year 1903 on the NE± SWi,
SWi SWJ, and lots 3, 5 and 6, sec. 1,
T. 21 N., R 5 E. (212) acres, was duly
paid to county treasurer, but through
an error a certificate of tax sale for
taxes for said year was issued; now
therefore, it is ordered that the county
treasurer and county clerk cancel said
certificate of tax sale on their respec
tive books and records.
The following bills were audited ;
Wm Cecil, road work $311 001
work 30 00
40 59
John Kyle, bridge
J Whlttal
Wm Beckman "
Dayton Thomas "
C A Numaker "
Cbas Kittleson "
R Meyers "
H I Elliott "
H O Numaker "
John Hägen "
R Yack "
C P Cruse "
Eugene Hammer "
R M Flatstol "
Phil Buckley, box rent
Frances Harber, deputy
Juo Murphy, posting notices
34 50
56 00
71 35
35 50
84 80
13 50
25 501
10 55
11 45
?1 I
14 10
35 10
78
3 33
3 50
16 30
35 50
5 ÖÖ
Geo Bickie, mileage
Sharp Bros, merchandise
L Payne, house rent
W li Thomas, meals 11 00
Jack I.ee, posting notices 12 00
f Moldenbauer " 4 50
J A Bramble " 6 50
John Buckland " 5 00
B L Powers, money advanced 81 50
Carter Herald, advertising 10 00
St Anthony Lumber Co, lumber 13 60
Geo Murrav, road work ... 369 00
Geo Wackerlin, bridge work 16 00
The board ordered that the county
clerk draw warrants on the general
fund in payment of the judges and
clerks who served at the general elect
tion on November 5, 1912, as follows:
In all precincts casting less than 100
<•>,» s\r\ i • il • . I
votes, $t>.00 each; in all precincts I
casting 100 vote? or more, but not I
less than 200, $9.00 each; in all pre
• i .• ' ,- uytv .. auf A«
cincts casting 200 votes or more «12.00.
The board then continued the audit
ing of bills as follows:
i<j & Davidson, scraper rent $ 5 50]
W Avery, road work 42 801
Bunyan Hunt " 82 50
Spater " 60 00
Abemathy " 47 50
Chus Schilling " 127 00
Albert Taylor " 155 55
"Ramsey " 80 00
Martin " 316 001
John Berksdale " 75 00
W T Boskey " 74 10
Joseph Fish " 30 00
Clias Strete " 25 001
T Ureanlt, blacksmithing 25 00
Benton Hardware Co, merchandise 84 05
Ed Fredlund, bridge work 88 50
R L Ferguson " 20 00
Dr Hamilton, prof serv ices 10 00
November 8, 1912.
The board met at 10 a. m. with all
members present and continued the
— ' i~:n '-ii
TedRussell, assisting county sarveyor.... 8 69 00 |
Ed Bierring
C K McKendry, expenses.
auditing of bills as follows:
09 00
5 00
Loma Hardware Co*, merchandise 6 55
" F Murphy, election work 3 00
A Powers, stenographer work 44 10
oss Elwell, election booths 10 50
H Evers, posting notices 8 00
Empire Lumber Co, lumber 503 75
TIC Power, merchandise
F E Fisher, road work B3 75
E Fisher " 13 50
Dan Dupee " 3b5 00
C A Johnson, grader 350 001
A W Merrifield, transportation 380 00
41 expenses 301 401
Norris Gray, road viewing 6 001
A O DeLorimer " 6 001
Geo Wackerlin " 6 00
Fred Wilford, transportation 90 001
Opera House, rent 40 00
election rent 80
armory 50 00
D W Flagler, carrying election returns 5 00
E P Raymond " .... 5 00
J W Hartman " .... 6 00
DTraynor " .... 6 00
Alvan Piercy, election booths 11 00
R A Lee, posting notices 3 00
H T Grimm, cleaning courtroom 3 00
River Press, election supplies 440 30
" publishing 54 90
Light Co, fixtures 5 65
Telephone Co, rent 26 90
DGLockwood, merchandise
15 75
Shaw & Borden Co, erasers
Regimental Band, rent 25 00
Jack Creps, road work 20 00
Geo Wackerlin, expenses at state fair 664 511
November 9, 1912.
The board met at 10 a. m. with all
members present and directed the I
county clerk to advertise for the con
struction of concrete approaches to I
the north side of the county bridge I
across the Missouri river at Fort Ben- 1
tn n TVio {nllnwinir hilla «m» . h or, I
ton. ine loilowing bills were then I
audited :
Choteau House, board of poor $ 34 001
House of Good Sheperd, care of poor 30 00 I
St Clare Hospital " 215 83
Rogers Templeton Co, lumber 101 90
j F Curtis, road work 193 50
W Billups "
W C Bown "
George Streit "
j T Isaacson "
F M Cook '
H Norden "
j G Dowty, "
W E Wigty, blacksmithing
The viewers' reports on the follow
n w
75 00
ofio I»
105 00
0 75
100 00
187 50
345 35
14 001
Low
insr roads were accepted by the board
nnrt tho samp ivoro <Wla.rp<l «iiV»H<»
ana ine same were aeciareii puDiic
highways and the road supervi >rs of
the several districts through which
they run were instructed to open sa m»,
to the public, and the county surveyor
to survey, plat and file same with "the
county clerk:
The Gordon road, Genou road, Nil
son road, and Jane's road.
Road petition for the Schilling
change was approved and W. F.
Wilford, Norris Gray and A. W.
Merrifleld appointed viewers.
Road petition for Gray road ap
proved and Norris Gray, Oscar
Wackerlin and A. W. Merrifield ap
pointed viewers.
Road petition for Clark road exam
ined and A. O. DeLorimer, George
v*t I if j a tit /%m. î fii-ii o ta
Wackerlin and A. W• Merrifield ap
pointed viewers.
Road petition for Genou-Teton
county line road examined and A. O.
DeLorimer, Geo. Wackerlin and A.
W. Merrifleld named a- viewers.
Road petition for Genou- ascade
county line road examined and A. O.
DeLorimer, Geo. Wackerlin and A.
W. Merrifield named as viewers.
Road petition for Carter-Tunis road
examined and A. O. DeLorimer, Geo.
W acke lin and A. W. Merrifield ap
pointed viewers.
Road petition for the Jeffries
change in Fort Benton-Rowe coulee
road and the Sneath road was exam
ine d and George Wackerlin, Norris
Gray and A. W. Merrifield named as
viewers.
November 11, 1912.
The board met at 10 a. m. with all
members present and took up the aud
iting of bills as follows:
Goodridge Lumber Co, lumber $ 57 35
H G Foster, road work 65 00
Orine Devine " 6 0#
Earl Hulett " 7 50
D B Phillips " 30 00
A L Foster " 100 00
has.---- -- ^
g r ^®^hy prôf "services® !. ! ! : ! ! 1! ! '. ! ! ! ! i40 00
r w Urton, posting notices a oo
Western Mercantile Co, election supplies.. 6 10
Road petition for the Osnes road
was rejected because right of way
could not be secured.
The report of the commission ap
pointed by the district judge to ap
praise blocks numbered 22, 23, 24, 25,
34, 35, 36, 39, and 41, of Roosevelt's
second addition to Fort Benton, was
$10.00 per lot. The board took up the
matter of purchasing same for county
fair grounds and requested that the
streets and alleys through this prop
erty be closed by the city before the
completion of the sale.
Board adjourned 5:00 p. tn. sine die.
J. Lee Sedgwick , County Clerk.
Rams For Sale.
Choice yearling and two-year old half-blood
Cotswold rams. In numbers to suit purchasers.
Thés» rams aie from selected Oregon ewes and
pure bloou Cotewold rams from the greatest
prize winning flock In the west.
LONG BROS., Great Falls, Mont.
Stallion for Sale
One grey stallion, eight years old. Weight
1800 poends. Very heavy bon- d Was bred on
the late Marcus Daly ranch. Both dam and sire
were Imported. Judging by his progeny he
should be worth $2000.00-wtll take $600.00 if
taken soon. Enquire of
A. K. PBESCOTT, Helena, Mont.,
or A. C. GOUGH, Chester, Mout.
Fcr Sa.e.
Six head of work horses, well broken: have
been fed a.: winter and < in gooi. conuition tor
spring work. Also a 'hree-inch wagon, good as
ne« and one set of harness, cheap.
GEO. E. BARKLEY, Fort Benton.
Estray Taken U d.
One norse, weight abo . 1400 poun d,
light buckskin with mane roached, an<'
oran^ed as shown on left thlprh Owner
please 11 or write
CI RAKKSTRAW, Clear Lake, Mont.
ïvlû D ia vcarD • uiio uay kciuiuk) n"vuv
pounds, lias crooked nose, star in forehead and
one hind foot white, age three years; one black
Reward For Estrays.
One dapple gray gelding, about 1300 pounds,
age six years; one bay gelding,_ about 1300
mare, star in forehead, white mark on one
ulncl foot, weight 1400 pounds, age four years
all „nbranded and had collar marks. Fifty djl
iars reward for each of above animals returned
A. JUNNA, Loma, Mont.
Notice To Contractors.
Notice Is hereby given that the board of county
commissioners of Chouteau connty will receive
sealed bids ou December 14, 1912, tor the building
of concrete approaches to the county bridge
acrOBS the Missouri river at Fort Benton, Mon
tana. Plans and spec'flcatlons on file in the
office of the connty surveyor. Bids to be opened
at 10 o'clock a. m. The board reserves the right
to reject any or all bids.
J. LEE SEDGWICK, County Clerk.
November 13,1912.
Notice is hereby given that the chairman of
the board of county commissioners of Chouteau
county, state of Montana, will sell at public
auction to the highest bidder on December 16,
11912, all the county's Interest in lots 10,12 and
Sa ] e w ni be held at the front door oi the court
house in Fort Benton, Mont., at the hour of 10
o'clock a. m.
By order of the board.
J. LEE SEDGWICK,
County Clerk in and for Chouteau County, State
of Montana.
Notice of Sale of Real Estate.
lnim, nit iuo l/uuuvj d ju«v>vd«
14. block 1, of the town of Chinook, Montana.
Non Coal Land.
Notice for Publication.
United States Land Office at Great Falls, Mon
tana, November Î5, 1913.
Notice is hereby given that
BEULAH B. HALL,
of Shonkin, Mont., who, on September 80, 1911
made homestead entry No. 034159, for lots 3 ant
4, SW SWÎ4 section 5, township 30 north, range
10 east, Montana meridian, has filed notice of
intention to make commutation proof, to estab
OOllish claim to the land above described, before
Chas. H Boyle, U. 8. commissioner, at Fort
Benton, Montana, on the 3d day of Jannary, 1918.
Claimant names as witnesses: Hildia Not
tingham, Leslie Bishsp, August Klay, Charlie
Bkllling, all of Shonkin, Montana.
JULIUS C. PBTBRS, Register.
Non Coal Land.
Notice for Publication.
0 f Teton, Montana, who' "on Februar
made homestead entry No. 010042, for/
United States Land Office at Great Falls, Mon
tana, November 25, 1912.
Notice is hereby given that
OLSON,
21, 1910,
"54 8B54.
entry No,
S Vi SWJ4 section 27, HWü, NWÜ NEU section
84, township 25 north, range 9 east, Montana
meridian, has filed notice of intention to make
I three-year proof, to establish claim to the land
1»^o** 1 d «f cribed <. c, jaa. JJ. Boyle, u .S.
I ^nr/'VTanuafy. ms ' '
I claimant names a* witnesses: William E
1 Bmbleton, Gilbert R. Bmbleton, ofFort Benton,
I Montana, William Collins, Lars K. Lundy, o.
I Tet0 „ mont . jdlius c. PBTERS, Register.
Non Coal Land.
Notice For Publication.
United States Land Office at Great Falls, Mon
taua, November 25, 1912
Notice is hereby given that
GEORGE H. STEVENS,
of Fort Benton, Montana, who, on May 38,1909,
»nd December 23, 1909, made homestead and ad
ditlonal homestead entries Nos. 06171 and 011527,
for lots 2, 8, 4, section 30, towr ip "A north,
range 8 east, and SEH NE^-ii - l 4 " 3 KV4, N!4
NWÎ4 section 35, township 24 ro h, ran^e T
east, Montana meridian, has filed * ice of lnten
tion to make three-year proof, to «^uibiidi claim
t0 the land above described, befiio Chas. H.
B j y s commissioner, at F iienton,
Montana, on the 4ih dty of Janui. » litis,
Claimant name'" as witnesses: 'lurice L.
Latta, Joseph Thorpe, J alius Tumbu.:, diaries
son, all of Fort Iienton, Montana
JULIUS C. PBTBRS, Register.
The W eekly R iver P rsss I s a good
newspaper to seed n-7a.. to your friends
in the east. It v. n l nave you tbe trou
ble of writing letters
Non Coal Land.
Notice for Publication—Isolated Tract
o( ciaud L. Lynch; Ron Benton, 'Montana,
""'»î, „ No - pass*, we will offer
^ public 8&l6| to tbo highest bidder^ bot &t
not le.** than $1 .25 per acre, at 10 o 'clock a. m. f
on the 7th day or December, r»lî % at this office,
Joii,.»irg: -i.reribe* unci of land: ne *
^ nor,b ' raDge7eMt "
Any personscaimfrr «n'v-rppjy the i'm<> de
acribed land are sdv m <■ t (1« iiictr r mire, or
o v jectlona, on or b< luie i li» -lime • url^nnti il iur
1 nited Ma ea Land Office at Great Falls, Mon
tana, October '23, 1913.
Notice is hereby given that, as directed by the
commissioner of the general land office, under
provisions of Act of Congress approved Jane 27,
1906 34 stats ,517), pursaant to the application
of Claud L. Lynch, Fori Benton, Mo
B. L BARM.S, Register.
C. A Wilson , Receiver
Notice of Contest.
United States Land Office M Great Falls, Mon
tana, November 19, 191S.
To Carl H Ahrendt, of Fort Benton, Mon
tana, conteatee.
Tou are hereby notified that
AUGUST B. BJERRING,
who gives Fort Benton, Montana, as his post
office address, did on October 24,1913, file in this
office his duly corroborated application to contest
and secure the cancellation of your homestead
entrv serial No. 013918, made July 15, 1910, for
rtnwest quarter section II, township 3) north,
range 8 east, Montana meridian, and as grounds
for his contest he alleges that said entryman
has never established and maintained residence
upon raid land ; that the name has been aban
doned for more than six months last past; that
no portion of eaid land has been cultivated in
any manner ; and that the improvements made
thereon consist or an unfinithed, uninhabitable
and unfurnished building.
Tou are, therefor«-, turther notified that the
eaid allegations will be taken by this office as
having been confessed by vou, and your said
entry will be canceled thereunder without your
further right to be heard therein, either before
this office or on appeal, if you fail to file in this
office within twenty days after the FOURTH
publication of this notice, as shown below, your
answer, under oath, specifically meeting and re
sponding to these allegations of contest, or if
you fail within thst time to file In this office due
proof that you have served a copy of your an
ewer on the said contestant either In person or
by registered mall. If this service is made by
the delivery of a copy of your answer to the con
testant in person, proof of such service must be
either the said contestant's written acknowledg
ment 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 service must con
sist of the affidavit of the person by whom the
copy was mailed stating when and the postoffice
to which it was mailed, and this affidavit muet
oe accompanied by the postmaster's receipt tor
the letter.
You should state In your answer the name of
the postofflce to which you desire future notices
to be sent to you.
julius c. PETE us. Register.
Date of first publication November 32, 1013.
Date of ?ec< ud publication November 39, 1913.
Date of third publication December 6, 1913
Date of fourtn publication December 13, 1913.
Non Coal Land. No. 039654.
Notice for Publication.
United States Land Office at Great Falls, Mon
tana, November 10, 1912.
Notice is hereby given that
JULIL8 HAKTFIELD,
of Hlghwood, county of Chouteau, slate of Mon
tana, has filed in this office his application to
enter under the provisions of Section 3306, re
vised statutes, United States, the following de
scribed land, viz: The northeast quart, r of the
northwest quarter of section 26, township 21
north, range 8 east, Montana meridian.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
lands described, or desiring to object because of
the mineral character of the land, or lor any
other reason,to the disposal to applicant, should
file their affidavits of protest in this office, on^or
before the 28th day of December, 1912.
JULIUS U. PETERS, Register.
Non Coal Land.
Notice for Publication.
United States Land Office at Great Falls, Mon
tana, N vemberjl!),1913.
Notice is hereby given that
JOHN V. CARROLL,
of Fort Benton, county of Chouteau, state of
Montana, has tiled in this office bis application
to enter under the provisions o f section 3306,
revised statutes of the United States, the follow
ing described land, viz: The southeast quarter
of the northwest quarter of section nine (9), and
the northwest quarter of the southwest quarter
of section ten (10), township twenty-two (33)
north, range nine (9) east, Montana meridian.
Any and all persons dainunp adversely the
lands described, or desiring to objcci because of
the mineral character of the land, or lor any
other reason, to the disposal to applicant, should
- — ■ • - ' this oilic<
file their affidavits of protest in
before the 3dth day of December, 1913,
office on or
JULIUS C. PETERS,""Register.
Non Coal Land.
Notice For Publication.
United States Land Office at Great Falls, Mon
tana, November 19, 1913.
Notice is hereby given that
JAMES O. PATTERSON.
of Fort Benton, county of Chonteau
Montana, has filed in this office his ai
to euter under the provisions of Section 3300,
revised statutes, United States, the following
described land, vi/. : The northwest quarter of
the northwest quarter of section 17, township 32
north, range 10 east, Montana meridian.
Any ana all persons claiming adversely the
lands described, or desiring to object because of
the mineral character of the land, or for any
other reason,to the disposal to applicant, should
file their affidavits of protest in this office, on or
before the 38th day of December, 1912.
JULIUS C. PETERS, Register.
Notice for Publication.
United States Land Office at Lewistown, Mon
tana, November 35, 1913.
Notice is hereby given that
KRKU BBRGLUND,
of Hawarden, Montana, who, on June 24,
made homestead entry No. 06155, for SE££ sec
tion 19, township 31 north, ranee 18 east, Mon
tana principal meridian, has filed notice of inten
tion to make final three-year proof, to establish
claim to the land above described, before Chas.
H. Boyle, U. S. commissioner, at his office, at
Fort Benton, Montana, on the 30th day of Decem
ber. 1918. A ^
Claimant names as witnesses : Andrew T. Kyle,
Steven Clark, Waldo E. Painter, William Nlt
cher, all of Harw&rden, Montana.
C. B. MoKOIN, Register.
Non Coal Land.
Notice For Publication.
United States Land Office at Great falls, Mon
tana, November 25, 1912.
Notice la hereby given that
FRANK AUGUST LEHMANN,
of Fort Benton, Montana, who, on July 1, 1910,
made desert land entry No. 030594, for SW>4
NBJ4, NWK SB!i section 19, township 31 north,
range 9 east, Montana meridian, has filed notice
of intention to make proof, to establish claim to
the land above described, before Chas. H. Boyle,
U. S. commissioner, at Fort Benton, Montana,
on the 2d day of January, 1918.
Claimant names as witnesses: Jürgen Bn
gellant, of Hawarden, Montana, William Bryant,.
Olaf Johnson, Gilbert Jargenson, of Hlghwood,
Montana. JULIUS C. PBTBRS, Register.
Non Coal Land.
Notice For Publication.
United States Land Office at Great Falls, Mon
tana, November 25, 1912.
Notice la hereby given that
FRANK AUGUST LEHMANN,
of Fort Benton, Mont.,who, on September 2,1908,
made homestead entry No. 01082, for NBK
section 18, township 21 north, range 8 east,
Montana meridian, has Hied notice of intention
to make three -year proof, to establish claim tc
the land above described, before Chas. H. Boyle L
U. S. commissioner, at Fort Benton, Montana,
on the 2d day of January, 1918.
Claimant names as witnesses: Jürgen Bn
Sellant, of Hawarden, Montana, William Bryant,
ilaf Johnson, Gilbert Jargenson, of Hlghwood
Montana. JULIUS C. PETERS, Register.
Notice to Cr editors.
Estate of Joseph Kohler, deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned,
Patrick J. Kohler, administrator of the estate of
Joteih Kohler, dece-^u, to the creditors of and
all oersons having claims against the said de
ceases to exhibit them with the necessary
vo 'er-j within four months after the firat
pu ition of this notice, to the said Patrick
J Kohlor, administrator, at the office of H. 8.
McGlnley, Fort Iienton, the same being the
place for the transaction of the Business of said
estate, in the connty oi Chontaeu,
PA'TRICK J. KOnLER,
Administrator of the eatate of Joseph K<
deceased.
Dated October 26,1918.
Firat publication Oct. 31,1013.
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Fares East
From Anaconda and other Montana
Points on Great Northern Ry.
October 19th, November 23d and 25th and December
2ist and 23d, the Great Northern Railway will have in effect
Low Round Trip Home Visitors Excursion Fares from
Anaconda, Butte, Helena, Great Falls, Billings and other
points in Montana on the Great Northern Railway to
Atchison, Kansas Duluth, Minn. Pueblo, Colo.
Chicago, 111. Kansas City, Mo. Rock Isliw 111.
Colorado Springs, Colo. Leavenworth,Kan?. St. Joseph, Mo.
Council Bluffs, Iowa Milwaukee, Wis. St. Louis, Mo.
Davenport, Iowa Minneapolis, Minn. St. Paul, Minn.
Denver, Colo. Omaha, Neb. Sioux City, la*
Des Moines, Iowa Peoria, 111. Superior, Wis.
Tickets will also be on sale to St. Paul and Minneapolis
on November 9th. Liberal stopover privileges. Final
return limit January 31st, 1913; tickets sold December 21st
and 23d will bear final return limit of February 28, 1913.
Take advantage of these low excursion fares and visit
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