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THE DAKOTA FARMER is the only farm paper published exclu sively in the interests of the Dakota and Montana farmers and stock men. it goes the length and breadth of the Dakotas and Montana, seeks out successful farmers and gets them to tell their experiences for the benefit of its readers. Hundreds have declared that single copies are worth many times the small amount asked for subscription. No farmer should try to farm in Dakota or Montana without it. . . The Wibaux Pioneer is, and Always will be THE Newspaper of Eastern Dawson County. Perfect Malt Extract Digesto is a combination of the high* est grade imported hops, the choicest selecti ons of barley, and pure artesian —*Hc«sfo MALT EXTRACT is not only a most efficient vitalisef and producer of new blood and tissue but the absence of that sweet taste, common to most Malt Extracts, makes it extremely palatable as welL It is invaluable to convalescents, nursing mothers, business men, tired women, and workers of all kinds. The continued use of Digesto is productive of the best results. TDEOL BAKU BREWING CO, ST. fAUt •iiwiai w nn Fammu Hamm's Beer LEGALS. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of Interior, U. S. Land Office at Miles City. Montana, July 17, 1908. Notice is hereby given that Andrew O. Soreng. of Wibaux, Montana, who, on May 15. 1907, made Homestead Entry No. 3996. serial No. 0121, for N. E. qr. SW. qr„ NW. qr. SE. qr.. South half SE. qr„ Section 84, Twp. 15 —n„ R. 60—E., Montana principal meridian, has filed notice of his intention to make final confutation proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before E. E. Jordan U. S. Commlaioner, at Wibaux, Montana, on the 22nd., day of August, 1908. Claimant names as witnesses: Charles Haaelton. Jacob Meyers, Elmer F. Hutchins and Harry A. Beeler, all of Wibaux. Mont. A. K1RCHER, REGISTER. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATIQ^. of Wibaux, Montana, who, on May 20, 1902, made Homestead entry No. 2063, Serial No, 097, for NE. quarter. Section 24, Twp. 15—N.. Range 59—E., Montana principal meridian, has filed notice of his intention to make final five year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before the E. E. Jordan. U. S. Commissioner, at Wibaux. Montana, on the 22nd. day of August. 1908. Claimant names as witnesses: R. F. Smith. E, D. Baker, L. C. Faltermeyer. and John. Graham, ail of Wibaux, Montana. A. Kircher, register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. merit of the Interior, U. 8. Land Office at Miles Uky: Montana, July 8.1908. Notice Is hereby given that Anga Hougen. of Wibaux. Montana, who. on May 8. 1907, made Homestead Entry No. 3977, for Serial No. 056, E. half NE. qr„ E. half SE. qr„ Sec. 20, Township 11 —N„ R. 61—E.,Montana Principal meridian, has filed notice of intention to make final commutation proof, to establish claim to the land above describ ed. before E. E. Jordan, U. S. Commissioner, at Wibaux, Montana, on the 15th day of August, 1908. She names as witnesses: Agnes Hogan, Oda Hougen, Wm. Watters, Ed Madison, all of Car lyle, Montana. A. KIRCHER, Register.. NOVICE FOR PUBLICATION. Interior, Land Office at Miles Department of th 'tv Montana. , T v' Homestead Entry No. 2399, for N. half S. W, qr., SE. qr. SW. qr., SW. qr. SE. qr., Sec. 12, Twp, 13 —N„ R. 59—E„ Montana Principal meridian, has filed notice of his intention to make final five year proof, to establish claim to the land above describ ed, before Register and Receiver, at Miles City, Montana, on the 12th. day of August. 1908. Claimant names as witnesses: John Willard, Jay A. Barrett, Anna L. Douthit and John Douth it, all of Wibaux, Montana. A. KIRCHER, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Miter City, Montana, July 1, 1908. Notice is hereby given that Anna L. Douthit, of Wibaux, Montana, who, on Dec. 17,1906, made Desert Land Entry, No. 1890. Serial No. 010, for N. 1-2 S. W. 1-4, N. 1-2 S. E, 1-4, Section 2 Town, ship 13 N.. Range 59 E„ Montana Principal Meri dian, has filed no.tiee of Intention to make Final Proof, to establish claim to the land above describ ed. before Register and Receiver, at Miles City. Montana, on the 12th.. day of August. 1908. Claimnant names as witnesses: Jay A. Barrett, John Willard, Charles L. Douthit and John Dou thit, all of Wibaux, Montana. A. Kircher, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at Miles City, Montana, June 24. 1908. Notice is hereby given that Samuel H. Stam baugh, of Wibaux, Mont., who, on April 30,1907, made Homestead Entry. No. 3952, for lots 1 and 2, E. 1-2 N. W. 1-4, Section 18, Township 14—North, Range 60 E.. Montana Principal Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Final Commutation proof, to establish claim to the land above des cribed. before E. E. Jordan, U. S. Commissioner, at Wibaux, Montana, on the 8th. day of August, Claimant names as witnesses: Henry J. Darby. Frank P. Baird, George W. Croft and Frank J Stipek, all of Wibaux, Montana. A. Kircher. Register, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of Interior. U. S, Land Office at Miles City. Montana. June 27, 1908. Notice is hereby Riven that Luther J. Emerson, of Beach. Dak.. who, on Sept. 4th.. 1906, made Entry, No. 3447, ' — — Homestead for N. W. 1-4 auction 14, Township 13N-. Range 60 E.. Montana, Principal Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Final Commutation Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before E. E. Jordan, U. S. Commissioner, at Wibaux, Montana, on the 15th., day of Aur„ 1908. Clamnant names as witnesses: J. W. Baker. Harry Miller, Chas. McAfee and Frank Clark, all of Bench N. Dakota. • —• Absent-Minded Telephone Girl. "One of the first clients I had," remarked Irving C. Ackermann, "was a fellow that wanted a di vorce. " 'Well," I said, 'what seems Id be the trouble at your house?' "Oh, we just naturally don't get along. She gets mad at me and threatens all the time to go home to her mother and I cant stand for some of the things she does. You see, she was a telephone girl, and every time I come home now and say, 'Hello, dearie,' she kind of absentminded-like sits staring out of the window and says, 'Number? Number?' And that makes me wild." : Doors Swinging Outward. The .present .voyage of the steamship Carmania from New Yo-lr to the Mediterranean is an indication of the velum* of out going travel. The steamer is filled to capacity in cabin and steerage, carrying 2,376 steerage passen gers, and more than 150 persons who had steerage tickets were left on the pier. going A Queer Crowd, young girl was fawn l° r the third time. Bpt no rescuer appeared. • "Really, this is shameful," de clared a thin man with pink whickers, "la there no presi 3 ential possibility in all this kroogl"—Pittsburg Post. Advice to a Theorist. "What kind of views would you tdflvise me to set forth in my next lecture tour?" inquired the habitual orator. Well," answered the coldly ractical theorist, "if I were you, d get some stereopticon views." —Washington Star. E Solicitous John. "Mother wants to hear front me every day, John. Says she'll pack up and come on if I miss a single day." "But you positively must not miss a day, dear. Always con sider your mother." No Use for Them. **1 sent a aet of knives and forks fto my cousins." "Where do they live?" "In Chicago." "How wasteful of you. "What do you mean?" ■ "Why, you didn't need to send them the forks." Biggest Sunday Schools. Tha nine largest Presbyterian Sunday schools are located in Philadelphia, Minneapolis, New York, Chicago, Rochester, Plain field, Buffalo. Harrisburg and Se attle, all having over 1,600 mem bers, the first named having near ly 5,800 and the next two over 2,000 each. OPEN FOR ENTRY 0 (Concluded from page one.) at loss to know whether or nor they could still retain their right to the land, or be compelled to make a second entry. But according to the recent official orders the homestead ers or squatters on the land above mentioned, will doubtless rejoyce upon learning that under the old homestead they can, or may estab lish a permanent and happy home thereon. MAN BURIED TWO DAYS. Declares Contraction of Earth Caused His Imprisonment. That the earth is gradually con tracting is the firm belief of Charles Morse of San Bernardino, who has just had a peculiar ex perience, a9 a result of which he has come to his present convic tion. For two days Morse was prisoner at the bottom of a mining shaft 185 feet below the surface, and all on account of the breaking of a ladder due to the earth's contraction. Owing to failure to obtain ready cash with which to con tinue the development of the min ing group owned by Morse and several others in the Fremont Peak district, the miners had been laid off temporarily, and Morse remained on duty, finishing up the timbering at the bottom of the shaft. They had constructed sectional ladder extending from the surface to the lowest level, the ladder being at intervals se curely nailed to the timbering, making it perfectly stationary and secure. As Morse was at work at the bottom of the shaft he was suddenly startled by •» loud report, quickly followed by several others. At the same time fragments of the ladder com menced to fall with a crash to the bottom, he having a narrow es cape from injury. An investigation showed that the ladder had snapped in three sections, and that the center sec tion, consisting of about fifteen feet, had been torn completely from the fastenings, and under the awful pressure had been re duced to fragments. He exam ined the fragments, and found the uprights split into cords. There was not a solid piece of timber with which he could close the gap between him and the other end of the broken ladder, and nearly two days wre consumed in piecing top-tin r enough lengths to enable Kc;r»e to safely make the ascent. He stated that had the ladder not been wailed to the casing, which at the top was spiked into the solid granite with steel bars, it would have held, but that the earth had gradually contracted, and there was not sufficient give in the ladder to meet the strain. The next ladder will be construct ed on a different order, but Morse is curious to know something more about earth contraction, as the problem is a new one to him. It is suggested that the earth about his mining group is really sinking from some underground changes, and that the same lad der in another locality would not have broken.—Los Angeles Times. A Tight Wad. "You look blue." "I feel blue. Somebody has fooled me with this counterfeit ten." "It's a good imitation. You can pass it along." ,f But I may have to buy some thing." ______ Example of Vanity. Apropos of vanity, Secretary Root told about a politician who, the clay before he was to make a certain speech, sent a forty-one page report of it to all the papers. On page 20 appeared this para graph : "But the hour grows late, and I must close." (No, no! Go on! Go on!") v —:---- Eagles Fly High. The eagle sometimes soars to the height of 50,000 feet. One of these birds has been known to rise from the ground and disappear from view overhead within three minutes. Edward F. Fisher, lawver Practice in Dakota and Montana courts, also before U. S. Land Office. Complete Land Office records always on hand. Wibaux, Montana* IS. IS. <$aines, 1m. S>. Office hours from 9. to 12 a. m. 2 to 5:30 p. m. OFFICE 'PHONE £ UUJibaux, ■ ■ fHontana Chas. L. Working, Jeweler Watch repairing and engraving a specialty. All work guaranteed. Permanenly located in Post-office. Wibaux, Montana. Dr. 0. R. Niece, dentist Permanently located ov er First National Bank. Wibaux, Montana. Dr. Arthur A. Baker, 3D entist MASONIC temple Glendive, - - Montana, LOUIE FONG First Class Restaurant and Short Order Chop House Regular Meals and Short Order Lunches at any hour of the day. Wibaux, - - Montana. A. M. McDoald (painter, [paper 1Hanger and decorator Agent for Albert Peats' (Prize) Wall Paper. Wibaux. Montana. CHAS. H: DAHL, General B I acksmithing. Horseshoeing a Specialty. All Work Guaranteed. Wibaux, Montana. NONPAREIL RYE SERVED AT PICKERING'S HOTEL BAR WIBAUX, MONT. F. J. STIPEK Manufacturer and Dealer in Harness and Saddlery, Brid les, Collars, Whips, Fur Robes, Etc! Men's Furn ishings, Boots and Shoes. I pay highest cash prices for hides, pelts and furs. Wibaux, Montana. PATTERSON & KINNEY WIBAUX, MONTANA Range head o f Boxelder creek. Cattle branded on either side as shown i n cut, horses same. Other brands I and U co both on right side. | H. D. DENNIS, Wibaux, Mont. Range head of big Beav er. Cattle branded as shown in cut. Horses same on left brand, T W shoulder. Other on the left ribs'