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ADVERTISE YOUR BRANDS and save hard ridings, loss of time and expense In locat ing your stock. Fill out the blank below and mail to the NEWS and we will do the rest. Name of owner.. .................... Name of Foreman..................... P.O. Address... ..................... Range .. .......................... Horse Brand ... .................... Location on Animal.................... Cattle Brand......... Location........... Additional Horse Brands............... Additional Cattle Brands............... Rates on Application. STOCK BRANDS OF Jos. Labrie POSTOFFICE ADDRESS HARLOWTON, - - MONTANA. Stock Brands of George Pirrie Notice to the Traveling Public. I will give $250.00 for evidence that will convict any person or persons fot tearing down my fences, leaving gates open or driving my stock from thier accustomed range. George Pirrie Rothiemay, Mont. STOCK BRANDS OF II. HOLLOWAY, nARL.OWTON, MONTANA. brand of Cattle, EAR MARK ON LEFT THUS EAR. Brand of Horses W. S. STRANAIIAN CLARA, MONT. owner of the following stock brands: Left ribs ® Rightt Left shoulder ribs FOR CATTLE -Left f Left shoulder neck or thigh FOR HORSES Hutchinson CAYOTE AND WOLF KILER Guaranteed to do the Work or Money back. Better than Strychnine Surer than Cyanide COSTS TWO CENTS A DOSE For Sale by H. E. MARSHALL Martinsdale, - Montana Sale on Men's Fur Coals at Mar shalls. The "Patterson Hat" all styles $3.00 Marshalls. ROME REASONS WHY THE PRESIDENT'S S"lAR SRO"I BE RAISED e4t OCcupl8 TWO8IAtrS IN4 ?H ThLKI CANS. opCOUqsfE ITTKcg Iwlte~ As QUL *@UNIS TWILL~IW SILL _UH_005 11 U HTR HUDALLt DE OuSLI STRDHTIIT AND WIDTH YlSHOUD.NAV TWOas HARLOWTON BAKERY A stock of the best bread, pies cakes and rolls always on hand. Give me a trial order. Central Ave., opposite Travelers Cafe PETER WINTER - Proprietor. George Courtney CITY DRAY AND TRANSFER LINE Harlowton, - Montana T. E. KIRBY, Painter and Paper Hanger First-Class Work at a First-Class Price 1909 Wall Paper Designs TRAVELER'S CAFE LADIES AN D GENTLEMEN'S DINNING ROOM Meals at All Hours TOY BROS. Proprietors I.0. 0. F. CARBONATE LODGE No. 39 meets every Tuesday night in Trner hall. Visiting brothers cordially invited to attend. G. C. PERKINS Noble Grand. NOTICE TO EAGLES The Harlowton Aerie of Eagles, No. 14I1 meet every second and fourth Thursday in the montn. Visiting and sojourning members are cordially invited to attend. HENRYWEBER \V P. State Bank of HARLOWTON Capital $50,000, Fully Paid OFFICERS Benj. Urner. President S. A Shaw, Vice-President. W. O. Straight, Cashier. Safetyisthe Primary Aim General Banking business transacted. Interest allowed on time deposits. Foreign and domestic exchange bought & sold. Collections on all points promptly attended to. Safety Deposit Boxes FOR RENT DIRECTORS. M. N. Stevens, W. O.Straightt J. Labrie, J. H. Freezer, Benjamin Urner, S. A. Shaw, I)r. II. Holloway. Correspondence Invited. FRED SCHWENZER PAINTER & PAPERHANGER If you want any thing done In the line of PAINTING, PAPER HANG ING or natural wood tinish in any king of wood see me. Come and see the latest 1909 designs and styles in wall paper. Agent for American Wall-paper Co. HARL'IWTON, MOT'. SHERIFFS SALE. In the District Court of the Tenth Judicial District of the State of Mon tana, in and for the County of Meagh er. Andrew C. Graves, Plaintiff. -VS. George W. McWilliams and Eliza beth McWilliams, W. D. Hodgson and Martha R. Hodgson, J. H. iiabcock and Jennie E. Babcock, Clark-Bab cock Land and Loan Company, a cor poration and Twin Basin Valley land Company a corporation. Defendants. Under and by Virtue of an order of sale and decree of Forclosure issued out of the above Court on the 11th, day of March A. D. 1909, in the above entitled action, wherein judgement was rendered and entered on the 1st. day of March A. 1). 1909. I am com manded to sell the following describ ed property, to-wit: All of section thirteen(13) in Town ship seven (7) North of Range seven teen East, all of section one (1), all of fractional sections three (3), Five (5), and seven (7), all of sections nine (9) eleven (11), thirteen (13), fifteen (15?, seventeen (17), twenty-one (21), twenty three (23), twenty-five (25), and the North Half (N 1-2) of section twenty seven (27), all in Township seven (7) North of Range eighteen (18) East Montana Principal Meridian; and containing eight thousand six hun dred twenty-four and 11-100 acres, more or less. Together with all the tenements, hereditaments, water-rights, ditches and appurtenances. thereunto belong ing or used in connection therewith. The said described property lying, being and situated in the County of Meagher, State of Montana. Notice is hereby given, that on Monday the 5th. day of April A. I). 1909, at twelve o'clock. noon, of said day, in front of the Court house in the Town of White Sulphur Springs, Meagher County, Montana, I will, in obedience to said order of sale and de cree of forclosure, sell the above de scribed property to satisfy the judge ment in said cause with interest thereon and costs. Dated March, 11th. 1909. GEO. L. WILLIAMs, Sheriff of Meagher County, Montana. First Pub. March 12th, '09 CONTEST NOTICE. Department of the Interior,United States Land Office, Lewistown, Mon tana, March 9th, 1909. A sufficient contest, affidavit, having been filed in this office by Oscar Budd contestant, against Homestead Entry No.0841 made August 27th 1908, for sw 1-4 of Section 32, Township 10 n, Range 16 e, by Edmund I). Jonescon testee, In which it is alleged that said Edmund 1). Jones has failed to build a house or establish his resi dence on said land; that he has failed to make any improvements whatso ever thereon and that he has wholly abandoned the same for more than six months last past, and that said alleged absence is not due to his em ployment in the Army, Navy, or Ma rine Corps of the United States said parties, are hereby notified to appear, respond and offer evidence touching said allegation, at 10 o'clock a. m., on April 13th 1909, before S.J.Small, U. S. Commissioner at Judith Gap, Meagh er County, Montana (and that final hearing will be held at 10 o'clock a.m., on April 24th 1909 before) the Regis ter and Receiver at the United States Land Office in Lewistown, Montana. That said contestant, having, in a proper affidavit filed March 3rd 1909, set forth facts which show that after due diligence, personal service of this notice cannot be made, it is hereby ord ered and directed that such notice be given by due and proper publica tion. C. E. McKoIN, 36 Register. Notice of Election of School Trustees. The regular annual election for trustees of School . District No. 16, Meagher County, Montana will be held in the school house of said dis trict on Saturday. April 3rd, 1909, be tween the hours of 2 P. M. and 6 P. M. at. which time there will be elect ed one school trustee for a term of three years to succeed Mrs. II. (mis griffe whose term expires on April 17 1909, and one school trustee for a term of one year to succeed I S. M( Quitty, appointed, whose term expir es April 17, 1909. L. 1). GLENN. School ('jerk. Oysters direct from Baltimore ton Graves. 34tf 0 EXECUTORS SALE. Notice Is' hereby given that the undersigned executor of the estate of George It. Wilson, deceased, will offer for sale the following described personal property, to-wit: , 1. All range horses branded Two dots and P with an R. attached to the end and Diamond. on left Should 'er, together with the brands, belong in tosaid estate. '2. All cattle branded thus Twodots on both hips, together with the brand, belonging to said estate. 3. Also, all interest in the Twodot House Company. Bids wi!l be received for all or any of said property. The bids to be seal ed and sent to N. B. Smith at White Sulphur Springs, Montana, and all bids to be in by the 1st day of April, 1909. I reserve the right to reject any and all bids. JACOB ELSTON, Executor of the estate of George R1, Wilson, Dceased. CONTEST NOTICE. Department of the Interior. United States Land Office, Lewistown, Mont., February 19th A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed in this office by Elmer A. Sanford. con testant, against William R. Donnelly entry No. 8212. made June 12th.. 1908, for ne 1-4. sec. 18. township 10 n, range 17 e. by William R. .Donnelly, Contestee, in which it is alleged that said entryman has failed to establish his residence or build a house upon said land, and has wholly abandoned the same for more than six month. last pest. said parties ste hereby notified to appear, respond and offer evidence touching said allegation at 10 o'clock A. M. on March 29th 1909. before S. J. Small, U. S. Com missioner at iudith Gap, Meagher Co., Mon tanaland that final hearing will be held at 10 o'clock A. M. on April 9th 1909 ieforel the Register and Receiver at the United States Land Office in Lewistown, Montana. The said contestant having, in a proper affI davit, filed February 1909. set forth facts which show that. after due diligence. personal service of this notice can not be made. it is hereby ordered and directed that such notice be glyen by due and proper publication. C.E. MUKosN, Register. First Publication Feb. 20 1909. CONTEST NOTICE. Department of the Interior, United States Land Office, Lewistown, Mon M tana, March 1, 1909. A sufficient contest affidavit hav - ing been filed in this office by Elmer 1 O. Busenburg, contestant, against Homesteod Entry, No. 2537, made - November 4, 1901, for Lot 2 sw 14 - ne 1-4 nw 1-4 se 1-4 ne 1-4 sw 1-4 See I tion 6, Township 10 n. Range 14 e. Montana Meridian, by Alfonzo f Frazier. Contestee, in which it is al I leged that said Alfonzo Frazier left for parts unknown-on or about June 1. 1907, and has never been seen on or about the above described land. That the land embraced in said Entry is in its wild, original condition, uninhab ited, uncultivated and unimproved, with the exception of a small house " upon the land. That he has been " absent from said land for more than six months lakt past, and said ab sence was not caused by. enlistment in the Army or Navy, said parties are hereby notified to appear,respond. and offer evidence touching said al legation at. 10 o'clock a. m. on April 19, 1909, before the Register and Re ceiver at the. United States Land Office in Lewistown, Montana. The said contestant having, in a proper affidavit, tiled March 1, 190!. set forth facts which show that after due diligence personal service of 1 his notice can not be made, it is hereby ordered and directed that such notice be given by due and prover pulica tion. C. E. McKoIN. I36 -- Register. l Notice is hereby given that the Town Registry Book for the annual town election to be held in Wards One, Two and Three of the town of Hlarlowton, Meagher County, State of Montana, on Monday the 5th day of April, A. 1). 1909, for tie purpose of electing a Mayor, two Aldermen for above Wards. Registration will be open for the qualified electors of said town on Thursday the 18th day of March at the Telephone otlice in said town: and said Registry Book will remain open for three days, from 1 o'clock P. M. to 5 o'clock P. M. and from 7 o'clock P. 1 . to 9 o'clock P. M. Notice is hereby given that -said Registry Book will be open from 1 o'clock 'P. M. to 5 o'clock P. M. and from 7 o'clock P. M. to 9 o'clock I'. M. at the above named place, on Satur day April 3rd, 1909, for the correc tion of registered voters unavoidably absent from town or physically un able to register on account of illness during the three days that said Reg istry Book was open. Further notice is hereby given that all electors desiring to vote at tmhe aforsaid election must be registered, notwithstanding they were registered last year or any year prior. M.- H. GRAHAM, Registration Agent for the town of IHarlowton, Montana. Notice of Election. An election will qe held in the dif ferent wards in the Town of Harlow ton on -the first Monday in April. Otficers to be elected; Mayor and two alderman from each ward. ARTHUR WESTON, Clerk. General School Election: Question of Bonding the Districr in the Amount of $21000, and Extending Powers of School Trustees. Notice is hereby given that an elec tion in and for School District No. 16, in the County of Meagher, State of Montana, will be held on Satfrday the 17th day of April A. 1). 1909, from eight o'clock A. M. until six o'clock P. M. of said day, at the School House of said J)istrict in the Town of Harlowton, Montana, when the question will be submitted to t he qualified electors of said school D)is trict No. 16, in the County of Meagh er, State of Montana, whether the board of school trustees of said iis trict No. 16, shall be authorized to is sue.coupon bonds, to the amount of l twenty-one thousand (*21,000) dollars, bearing interest at the rate of six per cent per annum, payable In' t wen ty years and redeemable in ten sears from date of said bonds: for thel pur pose of building and furnishings one or more school houses in said Dist riot and purchasing land necessary for same. ily order of the board of trustees of school District No. 16. Mrs. H. CosoMIFF, Chairman. L. D. GLENN, Clerk. First publication March 26, 1900. FOR SALE 30 head of work Mules, 'ranging in weight from 1150 to 1300 lbs. Ages 8 to '10. Inquire at McQuitty Bros., Harlowton or Edward Donald, Garnelll. LEWELLIN DRUG CO. PURE DRUGS Sundries, Office Supplies, Tobacco, Cigars and Confectionrey MODERN TAILORING CO. TAILORING, REPAIRING, PRESSING AND CLEANING LADIES' WAISTS AND SKIRTS A SPECIALTY I Prompt Service L Gottleeb, Prop. t ý ..tSrvc F - THE PIONEER LIMITED Is t he train of trains between Minne apolis, St. Paul and Chicago. Its route is the same as that of your letters-the CHICAGO MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL RAILWAY The Pioneer Limited leaves Minne apolis 8:(X) p. i., and Union Station. St. Paul, 8 3 p. mt. daily. Other trains of this ralway, between the TwiN Cities and Chicago. include The Fast Mail, Day Express and train via Li Crosse and uubuigue. Ask the nearest ticket agent of this Company for complete information about fares and train service. F. A. MILLER W. B. DIXON General Passenger Agent Ass'tGeneral Passenger Ag. Chicago 365 Robert St., St. P. Anecdotes of Evarts. One summer when William M. Ev arts was at his country home in Wind sor, Vt., a farmer who had followed his political eareer in the newspapers for many years was extremely anxious to see him in the flesh and drove eight -een miles into town in order to catch a glimpse of his idol. Senator Evarts at that time was be ing entertained constantly, dining out almost every night, and as he drove out of his grounds to an appointment one evening the farmer was lying in wait for him in the road. The latter, seeing the pale, ascetic face and mea ger form of the famous statesman, was disappointed. "Well, I declare," he exclaimed, "looks as if he'd always boarded!" An impromptu riddle is attributed to him while at his country place. One day in presiding at table with a swarm of grandchildren about him he asked, "What is the difference between this goose before dinner and me after?" After much futile guessing he said in quiet glee: "Now the goose is stuffed with sags and then the sage," pointing to him self, "will be stuffed with goose." "Have you noticed, pa, how often ma says, 'And so on, and so on?'" "Yes, my son, but it never applies to buttons." The Young Doctor. How he longed to have some whiskers as he hung his shingle oot, But the hair upon his features it was neither dark nor stout! Zounds, he waited long for patients, but no business came his way. Then at last he said: "I'll get 'em if I shave four times a day!" So he set about the shaving with a razor and a strop, Teasing fuzz and nap and whiskers into quite a growing crop. As the sideburns spread in texture so his business grew apace And the populace applauded as maturer grew his face! But biz wasn't much to brag of and one day the mayor said: "Don't you think 'twould be some better if you'd find a wife and wed?"' So he hustled in the parlors and at last he found a miss Who was just the one he wanted, and he sealed it with a kiss! Now the business grew instanter and he alinost made it go. Yet, he had to half admit it that his practice still was slow. Then a quiet hunch possessed him and he bought an auto, too Now this fozy doctor fellow he has more than he can do! -Byron Williams.