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NOTICE OF CONTEST.
Department of the Interior U. S. Land
Office at Lewistown, Montana,
June 11, 11)12.
To Frank L. Johnson, of unknown ad
dress. Contestée:
You are hereby notified that Nor
man .1. Quisenberry. who gives Round
up. Montana, as ins post office ad
dress. did on June 11, 1912, file in
tliis office his duly corroborated ap
plication to contest and secure the
cancellation of your Homestead, entry
No. i,7k25. Serial No. 07825, made
November lb, limit, tor aL l 4 of Sec
tion 30. Township TN, Hange 24E, Mon
tana Meridian, and as grounds for his
contest he alleges that said entryman
has never established any residence
or placed any house or other improve
ments upon said land, hut since tlie
date of said entry the said land has
been wholly abandoned and it now
remains in its wild and natural con
dition.
You are. therefore, further notified
that the said allegations will be taken
by this office as having been confessed
by you, and your said entry will be
canceled thereunder without your fur
ther 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 meet
ing and responding to these allega
tions of contest, or if you fail within
that time to file in tliis office due
proof that you have served a copy of
votir answer on the said contestant
either in person or by registered mail.
If this service is made by delivery of
a copy of your answer to the con
testant in person, proof of such ser
vice must be either the said contest
ant's written acknowledgement 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 regis
tered mail, proof of such service must
consist of the affidavit of the person
bv whom the copy was mailed, stating
when and the post office to which it
was mailed, and this affidavit must
he accompanied by the postmaster's
receipt for the letter.
You should state in your answer the
name of the post office to which you
desire future notices to be sent to you.
C. E. McKOTN, Register.
First pub.. June 14. 1912.
Second pub., June 21. 1912.
Third pub.. June 28, 1912.
Fourth pub., July 5, 1912.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, U. S. Land
Office at Lewistown, Montana,
June 4, 1912.
.Notice is hereby given that
, Maryetta Greenwood
of Roundup, Montana, who, on April
9, 1910, made Homestead Entry No.
09001, for S Vi NE 14. EViSEVi of Sec
tion 20. Township 10N, Range 25E,
Montana Meridian, has filed notice of
intention to make Final Commutation
Proof, to establish claim to the land ;
above described, before C. H. Tyler, j
U. S. Commissioner, at Roundup. Mon
tana, on the 15th day of July, 1912.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Alonzo I). Hamilton. Joseph P. Rob
erts. David Lavery, Chester O. Myers,
all of Roundup, Montana.
C, E McIvOIN, Register.
(First pub. Jinn 14 1
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to the land above tie
scribed. !.. 1'i.re C. H. Ty 1er, U. S. font
ns. ioi-i r. n; Roundup. Montana, on
the 13' h day of July, 1912.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Guy E. Smith, Ira G. Dickson, Jacob
Henning, r. Carl H. Stangland, till of
AVI) 1 aton, Montana.
C. E. MeKOIN, Register.
(First pub. June 14)
Get the habit of taking a batli regu
larly at the Commercial Hotel. We
have the most elegant bathroom in
the c : ty.
FOR SALE —Classy 2-year-old stand
ard bred driving gelding; broke and
gentle. See or write Fred Spicker
for further information. Roundup,
Montana. 12-13p
8 BALLOT
JUNE 14, 1912.
Not Good After 10 Days
TIIE ROUNDUP RECORD
SUBSCRIPTION CONTEST
Good Ko i*
25 VOTES
CREDIT TO
ADDRESS
Trim coupons neatly, and where more than one are voted at the
same time pin them together with a slip stating number of votes. In
this case only the top ballot need be filled out. Ballots may be sent in
by mail addressed to the Contest Manager, or deposited In ballot box
In front of The Record office. Be sure to vote your ballots before the
expiration of the time printed thereon.
LOST —Strayed away, one sorrel mare,
narrow white streak in forehead,
branded AE connected, bar above,
on left shoulder; last seen in Big
Wall country about May 13. 815.Oh'
reward oflered for recovery and re
turn of mart. Frank Steffens,;
Roundup. 12-Hip :
STRAYED —One mare colt, two years
old, description: color, bay; four
white feet; white star on forehead;
branded on left thign, A-bar-lazy-M.
strayed awa\ a year ago. A reward
of $H<.i •' w Hi be given to party who
locates tlie above mare and returns
same to Marcyes' livery barn, Round
up, Montana. Alex Adolph. 12tf
ATTENTION FARMERS.
I can save you money on your lum
ber. Rough lumber at the mill $14.00
per M. Shiplap, flooring and siding
or anything in surface lumber. Mill
10 miles south of Gage. Write or see
C. W. Doyle, Roundup. Mont. ll-14p
NEW YORK TRAPSHOOTERS.
Syracuse, N. Y„ June 10.—New
York trapshooters today engaged in
a tournament for the championship
of the New York State Sportsmen's
association, to continue three days.
VASSAR COMMENCEMENT.
Poughkepsie, N. Y., June 12.—Com
mencement exercises were helld today
at Vassal- college, the graduating class
including young women from all sec
tions of the United States.
SENATE COMMITTEE REPORTS
FAVORABLE ON PANAMA BILL
Washington, June 11.—The Senate
committee on interoceanic canals to
day favorably reported the House bill
to open and operate the Panama canal
and to govern the canal scene. The
bill retains the House provision ex
empling coast from canal and bodies
of water, strictly regulating the road.
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Judd M. Brant made final commuta
tion proof before C. H. Tyler Monday.
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Albert Hoelting proved up on his
homestead before U. S. Commissioner
Tyler on Tuesday of this week.
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Mrs. W. R. Evans returned last Sat
urday night from a several weeks'
visit with relatives and friends in
Butte. __ - —
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A special section to Saturday's west
bound Olympian passed through here
carrying a large delegation from Chi
cago and other eastern points to the
Seattle National Electric Light con
vention, held at that place this week.
—o—
A meeting of the school hoard of
e - rb-t No. 55 was held last Saturday
ot av ; inline tlie con
ti« n of a solic
rh
ft l til
»1 build- ;
■ - in the extreme north
vre: t end of ; ■.
»bis dientet. The contrat
; v.uu given |
- L II. tin,lit. the price l,
eine. MMUm. !
AA,:-- V ;e tin- lowest bid.
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.eu t of the |
n. - fini note; t t . p!,
Mol the h-h-nur
■ Antion ei an up :o-dut<
,- water sys- ;
tela in liis hotel this viel
e This late
uep'-oY- mont make.- the
Commercial :
hotel the most up-to-date
hotel in the ;
y. having electric lights, steam heat, j
tbs. and hot and cold water; every- j
A ._ that appeals to the traveling!
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Hon. J. D. Waite, chairman of the
railway committee of the Lewistown
Commercial club, last week received
from high officials of the Great Nor
thern Railway company assurances
that a divisional point for freight and
passenger traffic on that road will be
established in this city. This happy
consumation of the negotiations that
have been in progress for several
months is a source of the utmost sat
isfaction to the railroad committee
and a matter for general good feeling
among the residents of Lewistown.—
Fergus County Democrat.
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WORTH $25, $30 AND $35.
Will begin tomorrow morning,
Saturday. All this season's
makes in the favored styles and
favored weaves., such as worn
by the best dressed men. Ma
terials include a wide variety
of new novelty patterns and
colorings. Included are blacks,
grays and blues. The linings
are composed of serges, mo
hairs. and some with linings of
silk. The range of sizes is com
plete. running from 35 to 44.
breast measurement.
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WORTH $25, $30 AND $35.
For tomorrow and next week's
selling. At the end of each
manufacturing season the big
makers of men's faehionable
clothes close out at A VERY
LOW PRICE for cash, all their
sample i.nes, show room models
and small lots, and we were
fortunate in securing one hund
red and fifty of these suits at a
price that enables us to offer
them to you at this price—
eighteen dollars and seventy-five
cents. At this price none will
be reserved or laid aside ex
cept with a cash deposit.
Men's Crossett Shoes
to make life's walk easy
.50— T0 -EyOO
American Gentleman
Shoes at Hendrix.
and Lady
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Attorney Huntoon was down from
Lewistown this week attending court.
Attorney L. D. Glenn of Harlowton
was in Roundup on legal business be
tween trains last evening.
Where can I select tlie best shoes?
At the Hendrix Mercantile Co. They
sell the American Gentleman and the
American Lady shoes.
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Mr. and Mrs. Fred Handel of Mus
selshell were in the city Wednesday,
fir. Handel had busine-s here with
the county trasurer.
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Dr. L. ii. Thurston kit here this
week for Missoula v : he is at
!. c v convention
thrown out
Alio driving
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Magistrate yes
fine was paid
with being I
c rtnin soiled j
1-; the Police j
noon. The 1
"Slim" Byrd of Tin.. Forks was in
the city Monday. Mr. Byrd at one
lime was the proprietor of the Star
iheatre of this place, lmt is now lo
cated in Three Forks, where he is
the proprietor of a moving picture
house.
fom Doyle, a vagrai. was hauled
before Police Judge r, lerstein yes
terday and sentenc il.-to five days.
After the sentence was pronounced
he insulted the digniiv of tlie court
tlie result being that the five days
sentence was doubled.
GRIZZLY IS DISORDERLY DANCE.
Minneapolis, Minn , June 13.—That
he "Grizzly Bear" <A.
I lisorderlv centum ; v ;
of Judge Smith in tin.
; lea Johnson and JP-s
probation to npi
j It was charged tl
I had performed t
j hall, and they w.
; limilo Glcrieux.
' morals of dam
! and similar p
constitutes
t lie decision
use of Miss
iidred Swan
released on
■ curt today.
mg women
in a local
im • ,-d by Miss
:■ ; . woman en
•y • v after the
I: : A ure house*
•s w - lim- amuse
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GERMAN FLEET SAILS AWAY.
j New York. Tune 1 F.mpercr Wil
liam's fleet division. 1 . ,,i e( j by the
crack cruiv-t Mokka. w a s given a
noisy farewell today when the vessels
sailed away on the homeward trip, af
ter four days of such entertainment
as perhaps officers and men have
never enjoyed before. All of the craft
in the harbor shrieked a godspeed to
the German war vessels, and the forts
fired a final salute in their honor as
they passed out to sea.
AMEND INSURANCE LAWS.
ing
for
who
the
Richmond, Va.. June 13.—Several
important amendments to the insur
ance laws of Virginia, passed by the
last session of the legislature, went
into effect today. Several sweeping
. banges are made. One of the most
important sections provides that here
of ut no concern chartered as a fire,
il'e « r accident insurance company
hail be aBoved to engage in the
'■unking business. A heavy penalty
- presided lor the issuance of any
Os nr misleading statements in re
nn ■ to the condition of an insur
n- e company Through tlie workings
f 11 <• m w law trust companies are
ncoA n; der the department of bank
mu-. being I. lie ved of the supervision,
cf il e I grenu of insurance.
LORD NORTHLAND WEDS
London. June 1A.—Ora- of the most
brilliant June weddings in England
■ as that today of Lord Northland,
only son and heir of the Earl and
Countess of Ranfurly, to Miss Hilda
Cooper, youngest daughter of the late
'sir Daniel Cooper. St. Margaret's,
Westminster, was the scene of the
ceremony, which was witnessed by
representatives of nearly all the noble
families of tlie United Kingdom. The
DINNER TIME
will be longed for after you have once
enjoyed that meal here. You'll find
yourself looking forward to the next
day with much pleasant a ttkipaticn.
THOSE WHO EAT HERE
once fall rich*, into the habit of com
ing regularly. Why? Will you com
here nr.«i eat cue of our delicious din-
ners? Then you can answer the qties
ion yourself.
Danils Cafe
Small place to look for. but a large
plat e to find."
notoriety gained by Lord Northland
through his connection with the di
vorce suit brought by Captain Sterl
ing against his actress wife made to
day's wedding the center of interest
for thousands of curious Londoners,
who had to be kept back by the
police.
June promises to regain its old-time
prestige as a wedding month before
the month is over. Over 50 societv
_ltti.il.
j IfeTTJ
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PENINSULAR
Just received a shipment
of these celebrated ranges,
and our prices are such,
that you cannot afford to
buy anything els e, we
carry a complete line of
gasoline and oil stoves, al
so electric toasters which
we would like to have you
see.
FED JACKET V T'UIOC and a complete line of casings,
AND MYERS * L* iVl » 3 pipe, cylinders, etc.
REFRIGERATORS. ICE CREAM FREEZERS. OR IN FACT, ANY
THING IN THIS LINE WE WILL EE GLAD TO SHOW YOU AND
MAKE YOU A PRICE.
A. SHAW & CO.
weddings have been or will be pej
formed during June. An Anglo-Amer
can wedding that is attracting mucl
attention is that set for the 27th, il
which Miss Dorothy Taylor of Nef
York will become the bride of Claud
Grahame-White, the English aviatol
This ceremony will take place at \Vi|
ford, Chelmsford, with a reception
Hylands, the residence of Sir DaniJ
and Lady Goosh.

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