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W. O. STRAIGIT U. S. COMMISSIONER Land Filings and yearly and Final Proofs can be made Before me. Harlowton, - - - - : - Montana DR. S. K. CAMPBELL PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office: Main Street. Harlowton, - Montana. Dr. A. M. KNIGHT Resident Dentist LYONS BUILDING HARLOWTON. - MONTANA L D. GLENN ATTOREY-AT-LAW & NOTARY PUBLIC Will practice in all state and fed eral courts. Conveyan&:ig and col lections. Office next door to Mussel shell Valley National Bank,on Cen tral Ave. Harlowton, - - - Montana. CALL ON R. R. LEA THE ARCHITECT For prices on plate glass and steel ceiling. Agent for the largest factories in the United States. Harlowton, - - Montana W. C. HUSBAND, LAWYER Will practice in all state and fe deral courts. Conveyancing col lections Corporation law and real estate. Office over State Bank. Harlowton, - - - - - - Montana George Courtney CITY DRAY AND TRANSFER LINE 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 fox tearing down my fences, leaving gates open or driving my stock from their accustomed range. George Pirrie Rothiemav. Mont. £wUDuetllly, 1710o10. STOEL BRANDS OF Jos. Labrie POSTOFFICE ADDRESS HARLOWTON, - - MONTANA. CATTLE BRANDS OF Montana Ranch Co. M R on either side *M on left side POSTOFFICE ADDRESS MOORE, - - - - MONTANA. Mnsselshell Yllky Nit'I Oank Harlowton, Montan N. !. flarshIN, Pres. A. C. 6raies, Ykt Pres. (. 1. fri (ashkr f. P. Mlrrs, Asst. (ash. We Appreciate Your Business E do a general banking business, write domestic and foreign Exchange, pay in terest on time deposits. . Capital $50,000 Stockholders Liability over $3,500,000.00 If not a (Cstome, uoe ON CLASSIFIED COL4Uli oNE cEnta e Pt 381 wran sMEA We have some fine ranches for sale. located in the Musselshell and Smith river valleys and the Judith Basin. We are also agents for the San Luts Colorado landa>Ionor write to Spach & Whiteul. Twotldwwnaina. 8stf I'OR SALE--osand lot of C. - C. Hall in Graves @NtOii Addition. Prices and terms reha&ibbe. Inquire of L. D. Glenn. 7tf I.0.0. F. =/DNATU LOD~ No. 39 SVisitting brothers Ot orai p s tu ed C. Bat1sins Noble Gid. Read Marshall's Al. See Dreyer, the Arceitect before building. 35tf The unexcelled Baldwin line of Pianos. At W. S. Smith's. Lewistown t25 bays a nice Drop Head Sewing machine. -at W. S. Smith's. Lewistown. 2sitf We return everything but the dirt! Leave your laundry at Tommy Hanglik's barber shop. Agent for Judith Steam Laundry. Baskets leave Tuesday noon and return Sat urda~v. Bitt See Dreyer, the Architect, before building. 36tf Read Marshall's Ad. The popniar piano is the Hamilton at W. S. Smith's, Lewistown. 28tf AN IDEAL COU H MDIO E "As an ideal cough Mlicine I ' rd Cham berlain's Cough ReOteed in a claw ty itself," says Dr. R. A. Wiltshire. of Owynville. Indl. I take great pleasire in testifyin to the re salts of Chamberlain's Lough- espy. In~ fact, I know of no other reDarstibn that meets so fully the expectations of the most ex acting in cases of croup and coughs of child ren. As It contains no opium, chlorform or morphorine It certainly makes a most safe. lIeasant and efficacious remedy for the ills it is intended." STIFF NECK Stiff neck Is caused by rheumatism of the muscles of the neck. It Is usually confined to one side, or to the back of the neck and one side. While it is often quite painful, quick re lief may be had by applying Chamberlain's Liniment. Not one case of rheumatiom in ten requires internal treatment. When there is no fever and no swelling as in muscular and chronic rheumatism, Chamberlain's Liniment will accomplish more than any Internal treat- 1 ment. THE BEST PLASTER A piece of flannel with tapes attached for holding it in position, slightly dampened with Chamberlain's Liniment and bound on over he seat of pain is superior to any plaster, [[l Al ADY[ýIISfI1[NIS No. 9270. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE The Musselshell Valley National Bank At Harlowton, in the State of Montana, at the close of business. Sept. 1. 1909 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts $77,358.76 Overdrafts secured and unsee.nred $1,923.28 U. S. Bonds to secure circulation $12,500 Premiums on U. S. Bonds 6343.75 Banking house. Furniture and Fixtures $15.149.00 Expense $1,734.25 Due from National Banks (not reserve ageuts) $60.911.138 Due from approved Recerve Agents $6,330,20 Checks and other Cash Items $1,054.20 Notes from other National Banks $1,050.00 Fractional Paper Currency, Nickels and Cents $51.65 Lawful money reserved in bank,vlz; Specie $4,002.85 Legal-tender notes $ 730.00 $4,732.85 Redemption funds with U. S, Treasure [5 per, of circulation] 8025.00 Total - - - $129,784.83 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in $50,000.00 National Bank Notes outstanding $12,500.00 Individual Deposits subject to Check 643,513.19 Time Certificates of Deposit $17,400.98 Cashier's Checks outstanding $2,369.01 Notes and Bills rediscounted $3,981.65 Total - - - - 129,764.83 State of Montana. County of Meagher, ss: I. C. N. Friday, cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the above state ment, is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. C. N. Friday, Cashier Subscribed and s worn to before me this 14th day of Sept., 1909. L. D. Glenn Notory Public for the state of Montana, residing at Harlawton, Montana. My commis sion expires September 28, 1910. Correct-Attest: E. M, Jenizen. A. C. Graves. Frank F. Goss. Directors. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF State Bank of Harlowton At Harlowton, In the State of Montana. at the close of business Sept. 1, 1909. RtESOUROES Loans, and Discounts $125,107.91 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 7.375.78 $132.543.69 Banking house furniture and fixtures 19,483.51 Cash reserve in bank, viz: Specie $ 2,944.90 Currency 8,173.00 Due from banks and bankers 22,117.97 Exchanges for clearing house 18.00 33,253.87 Total - - - - $185,281.07 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in $50.000.00 Surplus funds 6,000.00 Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid 1.043.32 57,043.32 Dividends unpaid 535.00 Individual deposits subject to check 86,381.68 Time certificates of de posit. 40,055.93 Cashier's checks outstand ing 1,228.29 Due to banks and bankers 38.85 127,702.75 Total - - - - $185.281.07 State of Montana. County of Meagher, as: I. W. O. straight. Cashierof the above-named bank. do solemnly swear that the above state ment is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. W. O. STRAIumT, Cashier subscribed and sworn to before me this 8th day of september, 1909 R. B. STEPa RNSON Notary Public in and for the state of Mon tana, residing at Harlowton, Montana. My commission expires August 10, 1911. Correct-Attest Beni. Urner Joseph Labrie Directors a, K. Campbell Notice for Publication-Ilolated tract Public land sale. serial No. 01525 Department of the interior, u. s. Land office at Lewistown, Montana. Angl1. 1909. Notice is here by given that, as direct ed by the commissioner of the General Land Office, under provisions of Act of Comigress approved Junep27. 1906 [34 statsr. 5171 we will offer at public sale. to the highest bidder, at 2 clock p. mi., on the l22day of sept. 1900. at this office, the following-described land: . 1-2 se 1-4, se 1-4 sw 1-4 sec. 20 township C n range 14 e. Any person claiming adversely the above. described land are advised to file their clim. or obetioni, on or befre teime desigmat for sale. ioonrC E. McKoin. Register Wyllys A. Hedges, teceiver. First pub. Aug 20 The World of Sport San Francisco, Sept. 9.-In a con test unique in local prize rings, lack d Johnson, the world's champion, Was e accredited with a "newspaper" 4d cision over Al Kaufman at the end of ten rounds of fighting this after noon at Cofroth's arena. According *. to the articles of agreement, if both e men were on their feet when ten rounds had been fought, no decision was to be given. Referee Eddie - Smith, however, stated to the as sembled newspapermen after the con test that Johnson had both outfought and outboxed the Californian at every stage of the contest and therefore was entitled to the verdict. Smith gave - out this statement: "Johnson outfought, outhit and out r. generaled Kaufman all through the fight. He fought in his usual patient way and I think he did not hold back. In the ninth round as well as in some CONSOLIDATED Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Oflice at Helena. Mon tana, August i0, 1909. Notice is hereby give:. that the following r named persona have filed notice of theirinten tion to make final proof to establish their claims to the lands hereinafter described, be fore Wm. O. Straight. U. 8. Commissioner, at Barlowton, Montana. on the 23rd day of Sep tember, 1909. to-wit: VDlma A. Orr, who on July 6 1996, mde Desert Land Entry No. 8579 [serial No. 04071 for the sw 1-4 sw 1-4. se 17. s 1-2 se 1-4, se 1-4 sw 1-4, see 18, ne 1-4 nw 1-4, n 1-2 ne 14 and 1-4 ne 14. sec 19, tp 9 n, r 11 e. Montana M dian. Edward W. Orr, who on July 6, 1906, made Desert Land Entry No. 8578 (serial No. 0406] for the sw 1-4 se 1-4. se I-4 sw 1-4. sec 1'. nw 14, n 1-2 sw 1-4, sec 20, to 9 n, r 11 e, Montana Meridian. Claimants name as witnesses* Edward Sayre, of Martinadale. Montana: George R. L ons, of Twodot. Montana: Jacob Karnop, of Harlowton, Montana; George L. Williams, of White Sulphur Springs, Montana. Frank D. Miracle, Register. First Pub. Aug. 20. Notice for Publication. Lewistown list No. 205. 06612. United States Land Office. Lewistown, Montana, August 9, 1909. Notice is hereby given that the Northern Pacific Railway Company, whose post office address is St. Paul, Minnesota. has. this 9th day of August, 1909 filed in this office its ap plication to select under the provisions of the Act of Congress, approved July 1. 1888 [30 stat. 507,620]. The southwest quarter of the south west quarter of section 8, in township 6 north of range 20 east of the Montana Principal I Meridian, containing 40 acres. Any and all persons claiminig 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 20th day of September, First Pub. Aug.20 egister. Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at Lewistown, Montana, Aug. 19 '09 Notice is hereh given that Izetta T. Simineo, 1 assignee of Hugh Grant, of Rothiemay, Mont who, on September 20, '05, made Desert Land Entry, No 2862 - 01118, for a 1-2 no 1-4, a 1-2 nw 1-4, n 1-2 sw 1-4. n 1-2 se 1-4, section 22, town ship 9 n., range 19e., Montana Meridian And notice is hereby given that Anna W, lirrie, assignee of James N. S. Donald, of Rothiem', Montana, who, on Apr. 27, 1906, made Desert land entry, No. 3023-01117, for nw 1-4 ne 14. n 1-2 nw 1-4, sw 1-4 nw 1-4, Section 34, township 9 n, range 19 e, Montana Meridian, have filed notice of their intension to make final proof; to establish claim to the lands above describ ed, before W. O. straight, U. 4. Commissioner. at Harlowton, Montana, on the 21 day of sept. 1909. Claimants names as witnesses: Georjge 1 Pi'rrie, Alexander Forbes. William Murdock Joseph Simineo and Annie W. Pirrie all of Rothiemay, Montana. C. E. McKoin. Register. First pub. Aug. 20 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Ottice at Lewlstown Mohtana, Sept. 7, 1909. Notice is hereby given that Reverine A. Strand, of Melville Montana, who on June 1906, made Desert Land Entry, INo. 3055, serial No. 02731, for e 1-2 se 1.4 and sw 1-4 se 1-4, section I 12, township 5 n, range 16 e, M. P. meridian, has tiled notice of intention to make Final Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, be fore W. O. Straight U. S. Commis sioner, at Harlowton Mont., on the 16 day of October, 1909. Claimant names as witnesses. Anton A. Strand, EdwardS, Hauge Gabriel Berg, John Winsborough, all of Melville Montana. C. E. McKoln, t NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the interior U. S. Land Office at Lewistown Montana ISept. 4, 1909. Notice is hereby given that John Winsborough, of Melville, Montana, who, on May 23 1906, made Desert Land Entry, No.3035, for e 1-2, s w 1-4, section 4, township 6, range 16, e. m. D. Meridian, has filed notice of inten tion to make Final Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, be fore W. O. Straight U. S. Commission er, at Harlowton Montana, on the 11 day of Oct., 1909. Claimant names as witnesses: Robert Widdicombe, of Winnecook, Montana, Charles Winsborough, Charles Graham and George Graham of Melville Montana. C. E. McKoin, Register. First Pub Sept 10. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Lewistown, Montana Sept. 4, 19009. Notice is hereb given that Robert Widdicombe assignee of Charles Wineborough, of Winnecook, Mont., who, on Aug. 7, 1906, made Desert Land Entry, No. 0792, for lots3, 4, sec 30, tp 6 n., r 16, e. m. p. meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Final Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before W. O. Straight hi. S. Commissioner, at Harlowton Mont., on the 11 day of Oct., 1909. Claimant names as witnesses: John Winsborough, CharlesGraham. 'eorge Graham and Charles Wins borough, all of Melville Montana; C. E. McKoin, i First Pub. Sept. 10. Register. Notice. Notice is hereby given that the Urner Mercantile company will sell to the highest bidder two new trunks and the contents thereof, the pro perty of James Reider, on the first day of October, 1909, at the Urner Hotel, in Harlowton Mont. The pro ceeds of the said sale will be applied to satisfy the lien thereon of the Urner Mercantile company as lodging house keeper. of the other rounds, he tried to finish his opponent. Kaufman forced John son hard in the seventh and ninth rounds and landed some Rood body blows. He, however, was no match for the champion." Johnson opened the battle as though he were determined to make a show of Kaufman. He employed tantalizing left and forceful right tippercuts with such frequency that e erstwhile blacksmith was fairly bewildered. Early in the contest his face bgan to show signs of the chamn Dion's stinging punches and in the Third round a well-directed, ponderous wallop started the blood flowing in a stream from Kaufman's face. Kaufman was slow and clumsy by comparison and his footwork was amateurish. It was not until the seventh round that one of his power ful swings found refuge on the cham pion's stomach and m was this punch phat caused the smile which Johnson Ihad worn up to this time to vanish. All through the contest Johnson appeared to be holding himself in re serve and it took constant jibing from the spectators and an occasional punch from the blacksmith to start him going. And when he did let go he played with Kaufman as if the idtter were a mere tot. Johnson's best blew was a right uppercut at clpse range and when this found its niark Kaufman's head went bobbing b ck'a foot. In the ninth round Kaufman found the champion's stomach with a vicious right swing. It was Kauf rwan's best blow, and it convinced the champion that he had better be care ful. In fact the colored man slowed down perceptibly after this and did not display the same dash in the con cluding round that characterized his earlier finished work. All during the fight Johnson ex changed witticisms with the spectators and newspaper men. The contest proved one thing con elnsively-that Kaufman has no bus. iness in short round affairs. He ap peared to gain strength as the battle progressed, while Johnson, who ao parently had trained none too well, began to show' signs of weakening. Roscoe Taylor, of Seattle, and Tommy McCarthy, of San Francisco, started in a preliminary 15-round go. It was stopped in the eleventh and the fight given to McCarthy. Referring to the coming fight be tween Stanley Ketchel and Sam Langford, which takes place in New York next Friday, Igoe says: Bright and early this morning Stanley Ketchel was on the road, be ginning the day's grind that must fit him for the real fight of his life. A defeat at the hands of Sam Langford would mean everything to the as sassin at this stage. Langford has been busily engaged preparing for the bout, realizing as well as does Ket chel that it means the jumping off place in case of defeat. The busy bodies, the dopesters, the "I-told-you sos," and the hardpan betters, are racking their brains for a solution of the outcome of this fray. Opinion as to who will be the victor seems divid ed, and for once the regulars are bound to admit that neither man is a It-would seem that the pair loom up like this: Langford has a snappier and a deadlier punch than Ketchel. He knocks them flatter than does "Steve." At least he has done it in past performances, though he hasn't met the class that the assassin has. Ketchel has a right healthy punch himself, but he hits from his hips. Sam drops them down through a lit tle six-inch lane in front of his face. No man ever lived who hit shorter or with deadlier effect than Langford, " Joe Gaus. Ketchel has the courage of a mother grizzly defending her cubs. One thing he possesses stands out in this contest that will win if anything does. It is speed. If Ketchel whips Langford after a knockdown and 3 carry out, or even a ridiculously one sided affair, it will be because of his speed. There is no denying :his ability to travel faster in a fighting way that Sam. Broad-beamed Samuel is no toriously flat-footed and deliberate. Deliberation in the ring with Ketchel save perhaps the peerless "old master" is about as safe a proposition as thawing out dynamite sticks in the kitchen stove. Sam is going to come to grief if he gets to snooting around looking for a wide white patch on Ketchel's anatomy over which to plant one of his ebony maulers. Ketchel moves too fast and fights too fiendish ly for Sam to try that. Sam may drop Ketchel early. Most of his admirers say he must, or he won't win. Dame Rumor has it that Sam can't negotiate a distance. We've seen him tip his hand a bit, especial ly in the bout with Joe Jeanette, at the National club. He had Joe sown and plucking turnips four rounds, but in the last two Joe was coming and Sam was leg-weary, heartsick, spangle-eyed and not one whit as chipper as the first round found him. If he finds himself weary at the end " of four rounds with Ketchel, and Stanley isn't being tolled out, then there will be fireworks, neighbor. It won't take long to bring out the two points of flat-footedness and speed in this great assault at gloves. Before the round is half over it will be time for everybody in the place to say which one will win. Forea good smoke try a Richard A. HaalwClgar. Best .a the market. E. J. Spach the county surveyer wishes to announce that lie will do any kind of private surveying jobs at $10.00 per day if help is furnished. Address Twodot, Montana. 9-tf Picked up 3 Goats will be returned to owner on receipt of charges. H. E. Roes, Hario*ton yards. For Ggood smoke try a Richard A larlow Ogur. Best oa the Market. I r resulas try the want c4utnt in The Ne ws Lewellini Drug Co. Leading DriugUst6 Prescriptions Carefully Compounded Ice Cream Parlor in Connection -- Agents for EDI SON PHONOGRAPHS Phone 29 - . Central Ave. T. E. JOHNSON Artistic Photographer in all branches including enlarging, reducing and copying. Amateur printing and developing neatly done. STUDIO OPEN EVERY SUNDAY r --"""""""" PELTS in" i"" WE WANT And will Pay you top Prices. If you have any, write or Phone us ITI and get our Prices. BHARLOWTON HIDE, FUR & WOOL CO. PHON A. M. NIEAI), Prop. PHONE BLACK SI HARLOWTON, MONT. L.....-..... WOOL u_.m..m..m.iJ Harlowton Meat Market Wholesale and Retail Dealers Fresh & Salt Meats, Butter, Eggs and Provisions Special Attention Given to Mail Orders Joseph Labrie Harlowton, Montana THE BLUE RIBBON JOHN ENGLISH, Proprietor Billiards, Pool, Bowling Confectionary, Cigars, Tobaccos Ice Cream and Soft Drinks now For Sale THE STATE BANK OF HARLOWTON We give below a list of our directors, Feeling that no further guarantee of conservative management need be given Benj. Urner Jos. Labrie M. N. Stevens G. D. Martin Dr. S. K. Campbell J. I. Freeser W. 0. Straight Benj. Urner, Pres. W. O. Straight, Cashier m inmmmmeesesemmmmm m mmemne S'N7titl 1t11i4*% M~tt i 1 i qrave s Ko eI Harlowton, Montana Up-to-date. The finest in the State of its size. Fifty rooms. J. N. KLEBER, : ' Proprietor BUS & TRANSFER HARRY COSGRIFF, Prop. Bus and Transfer Bus Meets all Trains Harlowton, Montana . . 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