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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION,
partment of the Interior, U. 8. Land Office at Lewistown, Montana, Sep tember 25,1912. Notic eis hereby given that Elizabeth C Hunter Tyler, Montana, who, on June 7th, 10, made Homestead Entry, No. 0906, for SHSWK. Section 22. EH 'M of Section 27, Township 12N., e 23E., Montana Meridian, has notice of intention to make Final .dier's Widow Five Tear Proof, to sblish claim to the land above d «bed, before C. H. Tyler, U. S. Com loner, at Roundup, Montana, on 0 9th day of December, 1912. Claimant names as witnesses: :b B. Letby, E. Bliss Carnes, WI1 P. Hunter, all of Tyler, Mont., and hn J. Koshier of Roundup, Mont C. E. McKOIN, Register. (First pub. Sept. 27.) NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. partment of the Interior, Ü. S. Land Office, at Lewistown, Montana, Oct ber 11, 1912. Notice Is hereby given that Martin Fleisher Roundup. Montana, who, on Sep* iber 14th, 1909, made Homestead try, No. 06936, for SEHNW% and ts 3, 4 and 5 of Section 6, Township N., Range 25E., Montana Meridian, filed notice of intention to make al Three-Tear, Proof to establish m to the land above described, he re William J. Jameson, U. S. Com issioner at Roundup, Montana, on e 18th day of November, 1912. Claimant names as witnesses: arles Verner, Ray Enright, James E. laze and Emil Zimmerman all of 'undup, Mont. C. E. McKOIN, Register. (First pub. Oct. 18.) NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. ^partment of the Interior, U. S. Land Office, at Lewistown, Montana, Oct ber 24th, 1912. Notice is hereby given that Edith C. Fiedler Roundup, Montana, who, on March 1911, made Homestead Entry, No. 3272, for NW*4 of Section 24, Town Ip 11N„ Range 23E„ Montana Merl an, has filed notice of Intention to ake Final Commutation Proof, to es blish claim to the land above describ *, before C. H Tyler, U. S. Commis oner, at Roundup, Montana, on the id day of December, 1912. Claimant names as witnesses: idonie L. Fiedler, Sherman R. Brit n. Albert Lipke. and John J. Koshier 11 of Roundup, Montana. C. E. McKOIN. Register. (First Pub. Nov. 1.) NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. epartment of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Lewistown. Montana, Octo ber , 1912. Notice is hereby give n that Herman Luoma f Roundup, Montana, who, on October 1, 1909, made Homestead Entry, No. 7458, for NEVl, Section 12, Township IN., Range 23E., Montana Meridian, as filed notice of intention to make inal Three-Year Proof, to establish laim to the land above described, be ore William J. Jameson, U. S. Com issioner, at Roundup, Montana, on he 9th day of December, 1912. Claimant names as witnesses: mil Ahola, Oscar L. Lindgren, Chas. arlson and Hans E. Kauppilla all of oundup, Montana. C. E. McKOIN, Register. (First pub. Nov. 8.) NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. epartment of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Lewistown, Montana, Octo ber 29, 1912. Notice is hereby given that Jacob Henninger f Wheaton, Montana, who, on Augus' , 1911, made Homestead Entry, No 15083, for Lots 4 and 5. SE^NWti W%NE%, Section 6. Township 9N. ange 23E„ Montana Meridian, has led notice of intention to make Fina ommutation Proof, to establish claim o the land above described, befor '. H. Tyler, IT. S. Commissioner at oundup, Montana, on the 10th day of ecember, 1912. Claimant names as witnesses: arl H. Stangland, Ira G. Dickson, Guy . Smith and Ed J. Smith all of Wheat n, Montana. C. E. McKOIN, Register. (First pub. Nov. 8.) NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. partment of the Interior, ü. S. Land Office at Lewistown, Montana, Octo ber 31. 1912. Notice is hereby give,, that Hanna Nelson f Roundup, Montana, who, on Octobet , 1911, made Homestead Entry, No 15569, for N%SW%, WV 2 NWH of ectlon 35, Township 12N., Range 24 ; ., Montana Meridian, has filed notice f Intention to make Final Commuta ion Proof, to establish claim to the and above described, before C. H. yler. U. S. Commissioner at Roundup ontana, or the 9th day of December 912. Claimant names us witnesses: hartes J. Morse, Jacob B. Leiby, Ray right and Nel g Jasperson all of Roundup, Montana. C. E. McKOIN, Register. (First pub. Nov. 8.) NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Lewistown, Montana, No vember 2, 1912. Notice is hereby given that Frank Lsbrum of Klein, Montana, who, on December 2, 1908, made Homestead Entry, No 01873, for 8EH of Section 12, Town ship 7N., Range 25E., Montana Meri dian, has filed notice of intention to make Final Three-Tear Proof, to es tablish claim to the land above de scribed, before C. H. Tyler, V. S. Com mlsstoner, at Ronndnp, Montana, on the 9th day of December, 1912. Claimant names as witnesses: William Brain, Edward Wolfe, Mat thew Carr and Ben Griffin all of Klein, Montana. C. E. McKOIN, Register. (First pub. Nov. 8.) NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Lewistown, Montana, No vember 4, 1912. Notice is hereby give n that Thomas P. L*mb of Roundup, Montana, who, on Decem ber 31, 1907, made Homestead Entry, No. 5583, Serial No. 01824, for WH NW>4, Section 24, Township 8N., Range 25E., Montana Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Final Commutation proof, to establish claim thoa etaoin etaoin etaoin etaoinnnOIN to the land above described before Register and Receiver, U. S. Land Office, Lewistown. Montana, on the 10th day of December, 1912. Claimant names as witnesses : Britt Sterns, Frank Phillippi, Hans P Nelson and Thomas Graham all of Roundup, Montana. C. E. McKOIN, Register. (First pub. Nov. 8.) NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Notice is hereby given that the fol lowing township, towit: Township 4N., Range 38E. has been surveyed and the plat of survey thereof will be filed in this office on the 2nd day of January 1913, at 9:00 o'clock a. m.. and that on and after said day this office will be pre pared to, and will receive applications for entries of land in said township, under such laws and regulations as may be applicable thereto. C. L. HARRIS, Register. NOTICE OF SALE OF SCHOOL BONDS. Notice is hereby given that sealed roposals will be received by the Board of School District No. 2, of the county of Musselshell, State of Montana, at the residence of E. L. Nichols, Chair man of said School District up to the hour of noon, December 24th, 1912, for the purchase of the following describ ed school bonds: One coupon bond of the par value of Nine Hundred Dollars ($900), due in five (5) years, redeemable in three (3) years, and bearing interest at a rate not to exceed six (6) per cent per an num, interest payable annually. Each proposal must be accompanied by a certified check payable to the or der of the Treasurer of Musselshell county, state of Montana, for ten (10) er cent of the par value of the amount bid for. F The bonds- will be ready for delivery on or about January 11th. 1913. The right is reserved by the Board of Trustees to reject any or all bids. By order of the Board of Trustees. E. L. NICHOLS, Chairman Board of Trustees. RUFUS ROBERTS, Clerk. Dated at Roundup, Montana, Novem ber 16, 1912. (First Pub. Nov. 22.) NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office, at Lewistown, Montana, No vember 13, 1912. Notice is hereby given that Irven Parrott of Roundup. Montana, who, on Novem ber. 15, 1909, made Homestead En try. No. 07808, for E*/ 2 S\V»4. W'iSE'4 of Section 34, Township CN., Range 26E„ Montana Meridian, has filed no tice of intention to make Final Three Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before C. H. Tyler, U. S. Commissioner, at Round up. Monta" a, on the 24th day of De cembev, 1912. Claimant '•unes as witnesses: Mars Severs« n. Buckey, Montana, Frank Brown. Roundup, Montana; Thomas Tollofson. Fattig, Montana; William Fisk, Buckey. Montana. C. E. McKOIN, Register. (First Pub. Nov. 22.) NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office, at Lewistown, Montana, No vember 14, 1912. Notice is hereby given that Agnes Harms of Roundup, Montana, who, on Sep tember 9, 1911, made Homestead En try. 015340. for SV 2 . S>/ 2 of Section 12, Township 11N„ Range 25E„ Montana Meridian lias filed notice of intention to make Final Commutation Proof, to establish claim to the land above de scribed, before C. H. Tyler, U.S. Com missioner, at Roundup, Montana, on the 23rd day of December, 1912. Claimant names as witnesse: Algot Salmonson of Flatwillow, Mon tana. Emil Zimmerman, Claude D. Hamilton, Mary A. Meyer of Roundup, Montana. C. E. McKOIN. Register. (First Pub. Nov. 22.) NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office, at Lewistown, Montana, No vember 14, 1912. Notice is hereby given that Mary A. Meyer of Roundup, Montana, who. on Sep tember 7, 1911, made Homestead En try, No. 015323, for NW^4 of Section 8, Township 11N., Range 26E., Montana Meridian has filed notice of intention to make Final Commutation Proof, to establish claim to the land above de scribed, before C. H. Tyler, U.S. Com missioner, at Roundup. Montana, on the 23rd day of December, 1912. Claimant names as witnesses: Algot Salmonson of Flatwillow, Mon tana. Emil Zimmerman, Claude D. Hamilton, Agnes Harms of Roundup, Montana. C. E. McKOIN. Register. (First Pub. Nov. 22.) NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of John Virgils, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the under signed, Administrator of the estate of John Virgils, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the lint publl cation of this notice, to the said ad ministrator at the office of Boarman & Boarman. Main Street. Roundup, the same being the place for the transac tion of the business of said estate in the County of Musselshell. CHARLES A. VIRGILS. Administrator of the estate of John Virgils, deceased. Dated November (First pub "" ■ Miles' fr,. childr- n. I cSt BIDS WANTED. Notice is hereby given that the Board of Trustees of School District No. 2, in the county of Musseishell, state of Montana, will receive sealed bids up to the hour of 12:00 o'clock noon, December 24, 1912, at the resi dence of the chairman of said district in Section 6, Township 10N., Range 24E.. M. M.. for the construction of, and material for. one school house in said district No. 2. Specifications are now on file with the chairman, E. L. Nichols, at his residence. All bids must be sealed and address ed to the clerk of this district, and marked "Bid for School House Con struction." All bids must also be ac companied by a certified check made payable to the clerk, in the amount of ten(10) per cent of the amount bid. to show evidence of good faith on the part of the bidder. Checks will be re-, turned to the unsuccessful bidders. The Board of Trustees reserves the right to reject any or all bids submit ted. By order of the Board of Trustees. ! E. L. NICHOLS. Chairman. ! RUFUS ROBERTS. Clerk. (First pub. Nov. 29.) HIS THANKSGIVING PRIZE By A. B. LEWIS. I T had been a most Impressive Thanksgiving sermon, and moth er aiid daughter were making many plans for assisting the poor and needy on tbeir way home from church. As they neared their residence a boy about ten years old ■topped them and aaked for money. He was without an overcoat, the suit of clothes lie was wearing was many sizes too large for him aud ragged and torn, and his shoes looked as if they mlght fall to pieces at any momeuL Their hearts were touched Instantly. "Here, my poor child," she said. "Tuke this mouey, and may heaven send you better times. How cold you must lie!" "Maybe the poor little chap is starv ing," whispered the daughter. "Have you had your dinner yet?" asked the mother. "No, ma'am," be replied, "but I"— "What a silly question to ask!" in terrupted the woman. "Of course you haven't had your dinner. Come with me, my little man," and, although be blushed aud protested and held back, they insisted that he accompany them to their homo. Here everything was placed before him in the way of food that a boy likes best, «ml he made a meal that warmed tbeir hearts as they waited on him. When they saw that be could eat no more the mother said: "My child. It has given us groat pleasure to do this for you. Tell uio. dear, does your father come home in toxicated aud bent you and semi you out to get money on the streets?" "No, indeed, ma'am," be replied. "I am so glad to hear that, my poor child. I hope your mother doesn't drink and neglect ber family?" "Well, I guess not," be said as an angry Hush appeared on his face. "I will have to go now, and"— "One moment, dear," she Interrupt ed. "Would you like to come here aud live with us in this pretty house and have a pony and a bicycle?" "But 1 have a pony and a bicycle, and our house is just as pretty as this and a great deal larger." "But—but t liât ragged suit!" gasped the mother. "Tills is one of pa's old suits that 1 cut full of holes,' explained the boy "You sec. ns kids around here always dress up this way on Thanksgiving, and people on the street give us prizes. Thanks, ma'am, for your prize and all the good things to sat. i must hurry home and dress now, for we have a box at the theater, aud papa is going to take us there in his auto." ♦ ♦ ♦+++++♦♦♦+♦+++++++ ♦ STATE NEWS ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ A bank has been organized at Bel mont with Harry Drum as president. Secretary Monroe of the Billings Chamber of Commerce has resigned. The Great Northern announces that it will build an $80,000 depot at Butte next spring. Charles H. Connor of Lincoln coun socialist in the state legislature, ty, an orchardist, will be the only James L. Galen, brother of the at torney general, haB been appointed superintendent of Glacier National Park. Dr. W. X. Sudduth has formed a large corporation at Great Falls for the manufacture of alfalfa products. Work of drilling for gas in the Cot tonwood field south of Billings, near Silesa, has been started by a Butte and Billings company. The referendum bill providing for the purchase of the state Insane asy lum carried. All referendum bills ex cept the militia measure seem to have passed. The value of Montana property for assessment purposes has increased $15,000,000 during the past year. One million dollars of the increase was caused by the agricultural develop ment of the state. During the past four years the advance has been $100, 000 , 000 . According to the reports made by the county assessors to the state, Mon tana has but two thorobred mares. According to the state returns for the election just dozed, Montana Is epublican by something like 20,000— if the votes for the two wings of the republican party are added. The bl lical phrase, 'A boose divided against etc.," is being quoted by tbe republi can papers, and it baa been said that a political monstrosity with the bead of a bull mooae and the tail of an ele phant, also cannot stand. WANT AD— Horses, wagon and (arm implements (or a lot in Roundup. F. G. Albin, 6 miles north o( Round up, Sec. 28-9-25. 34p WORK ON MUSSELSHELL i BRI DGE STARTED Mr. Roscoe and N. B. Dolvin. repre- ' seuting th eSeeurity Bridge Co., who' have the contract for the construction of the new bridge at this place were, in the city the first of the week tnak-' ing a rangements to begin work right away. The contract for the hauling of the gravel was let to Handel Bros, and they will start hauling Monday. i This new .ridge is going to be ai great improvement over the old one as it will be in line with Main street and also a great deal lower. The road will makti a gradual turn on the north side of the bridge and will strike the main road about 100 yards north of the bridge. The y>ati will be 150 feet. - Musselshell Advocate. GANNON SELLS STORE. D. R. Gannon has sold his store at Rothiemay to the liyegate Mercantile company, Mr. Gannon, who was one of the first "dry landers" on the Rothie may bench, has been retained as man ager of the store. +♦♦♦♦♦*++*+♦♦♦♦♦+♦ ♦ BARBER NEWS NOTE8 ♦ ♦ By Special Correspondent. ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ Mr. Bland representing the American Gas Co., lias just finished putting in new gas lights in Eklund's store. Miss Ellen Poikala returned home Monday from Melstone, Mont. Mr. O. T. Floodberg left Wednesday for Red Lodge, Mont. Mrs. Asbury was in Harlowton Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Lovely and son Richard of Alberton, Montana, are visiting relatives here. Loyd Sherwood, Earl Simkins, and Jack Schmolke were in Harlowton Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Lovely, Miss Lau ra Skordahl and Mr. Freeze returned Monday from a huting trip to the Snowy mountains. Frank Asbury was in Harlowton Saturday. Misses Maude Chesley, Clara Tollef son and Evelyn Baker are attending the Teachers' Institute at Roundup the first part of the week. Henry Baker returned from Roundup Monday. Alfred Ericson left Monday on No. 30 for Ryegate. A bazaar will be given at the Barber school house on Friday eve the 6th of December. A short program will be rendered and an oyster supper will be served in connection with the bazaar. Arthur Ekltind of Billings is spend ing his Thanksgiving vacation at home. Andrew Skordahl of Zumbrota, Minn., Is visiting at Stagelierg's. COAL MINED LESS THAN A CENTURY The first mention of the occurrence of coal in the nited States, according to the United States Geological Sur ey, is a French Jesuit missionary, who in 1679 recorded the site of a "cole mine" on Illinois River, near the pres ent city of Ottawa, 111. The first act mil mining of coal was in the Rich mond Basin, Va., about 70 years after Father Hennepin's discovery in Illi nois. hut the first records of produc tion from tlie Virginia mines were for the year 1822. when, according to one authority, 54,000 tons were mined. Ohio probably ranks second in priority of production, ns coal was discovered there in 1755. but the records of pro duction date hnek only to 1838. The mining of anthracite in Pennsylvania began about 1790, and it is said that in 1807 55 tons were shipped to Co lumbus, Pa. Reports of the anthracite rottl trade are usually begun with the year 1820, when 365 long tons were shipped to Philadelphia from the Le high region. Prior to this, however, in 1814, a shipment of 22 tons was made from Carbondale, also to Phila delphia, and in the following table the produetion Is considered to have begun in that year. It is probable that the actual production prior to 1820 was between 2,500 and 3,000 tons. The production for 1911 was 496,221 168 short tons. MONTANA MINE ACCIDENTS Twenty-Nine Persons Killed In Three Year«. WASHINGTON, Nov 19.—Statistics of coal mine accidents in Montana in 1910, 1911 and 1912 have been issued by the bureau of mines. In April, 1912 one miner was killed underground by an explosion. In May there was a similar fatality. In June one miner was killed underground by falls of roof and one by a mine car. In 1910 twelve were killed, seven by fall ing of roof, three by mine cars, and two in a shaft. In 1911 thirteen were killed, seven by falling of roof, three by falls of coal, two by mine cars, and one bv an explosion, all underground. HOUSE FOR RENT —Inquire at the Comerclal Hotel.—Adv. The price of baths has been re duced to 35 cents at Noble's. The Ladies' Circle meets at Mrs. Montgomery's on December 5. Get your coni from W. H. Morgan, agent for the Pine Creek Coal Com pany. Lost by E K. Fassett one lever for P & o T "«' - between Roundup nd F. K ''a- - i®. Finder please Jeav' " Lumber Co. and get ■ ' >!e i ' i ai OR. VAN ORBOEL WILL LEC TURE AT THE METHODIST CHURCH FRIDAY. DEC. 6th Ur. Thurston's Sunday school class has been fortunate enough to secure Ur. van Orsdel to give his famous* lecture "What a Boy saw at Gettys burg July 1. 2, 3 and November 19. 1863." This will be given at the Meth odist church Friday evening, Decem ber 6th. Dr. Van Orsdel is one of the few remaining who witnessed this great and most decisive battle of the Civil War. This lecture is instructive and enter taining and should be heard by every one. Dr. Chas. L. Buvard, president of the Montana Wesleyan University 1 says: "1 have had the pleasure of hearing the lecture twice. 1 have heard three other famous war lectures, "Roots and Saddles." "The Bright Side of Lif«' in Libby Prison" and "The Die-no-Mores." But am free to say that for unflagging interest, not one of: these could surpass if equal Dr. Van; Orsdel'a great piece of word painting, j Hear this lecture if you have a! chance, it will not disappoint. Rev. G. E. Hutt, pastor of the Meth odist church aays: I have heard this famous lecture by Dr. Van Orsdel twice, and do not hesitnte to say that it is one of the most Interesting, in structive and at the same time one of the most entertaining lectures T have ever heard. Tickets are now on sale and can be had from any member of the class. TO PROTECT MONTANA DAIRYING Bozeman, Nov. 25.—The Merchant's Bank of Billings has set aside $10.000 for the purpose of buying dairy cows. Those cows will be sold to farmers at cost, tlu> purchase price to be paid by taking one-half the cream product at the creamery. Only six per cent In terest is to be charged to farmers on the money loaned for the purchase of these cows. Plans for promoting dairying in Montana will be considered on Dairy Day of Farmers' Week at Bozeman next January. * * ♦ EMPLOYMENT + We furnish all Kinds of Help on ♦ Short Notice for Private Fami ♦ lies, Hotels, Restaurants, also ♦ Laborers for Ranches, Rail ♦ roads, Mines, Mills, Contract- 1 ♦ ors, Wood Camps, etc. ♦ KRONE, Phone No. 38. + ROUNDUP, MONTANA. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦' Drug Store. c The Light for the Home use—the best lamp you can buy is the Rayo. There is no glare; no flicker. The light is soft and clear. The Rayo is a low priced lamp, but you cannot get better licht at any price. Rayo lamps are lighting more than three million homes. Save the Children's Eyes—end Your Own. The Lamp Lighted without removirç cHim: ey or shade. Easy to tl- an ai' I rewick. Made in various styles and for ,*ur. oses. At Dealers Everywhere CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY Owner, Pueblo, Albuquerque. Cbajreaee, Butte, Boise, Salt Lake City. REPRESENTING INDEPENDENT SHIPPERS C. C. WYMAN & GO. DULUTH GRAIN COMMISSION MINNEAPOLIS WE ARE DISTRIBUTORS IN MUSSEL8HELL AND FERGUS • COUNTIES FORe Franklin and Buick AUTOMOBILES ALSO Monogram Oils, Goodrich and Fisk Tires and Stewart Speedometers. Complete line of accessories and sun dries always in stock. For information and catalog ad dress LEWISTOWN AUTO CO F. E. DORAN, Nsaaftr LEWISTOWN, HONTANa I. O. O. F. Miracle Lodge No. 94. Meet® ts Pioneer Hall every Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. J. V. WEIR, Noble Grand GEO. POWERS, Secretary M. W. 0 » A. ~~ Roundup Camp No. 8200 Meets every First and Third Friday of the month in Carpenter's Union HalL O. L. SKEIE, Venerable Coanell DR. THURSTON, Clerk. F. O. E. Roundup Aerie No. 1817 Meets in the Pioneer Hall every 8(0 ond Fourth Wednesday In the month. Visiting members invited, CARL N. THOMPSON, Worthy Pres. M. Baldwin, Secretary. EASTERN STAR Meets in Pioneer Hall every Second and Fourth Tuesday of each month, MRS. GEO. POWERS. Worthy Matron MRS. BERNICE SWANSON, SecNtaty THE LOYAL ORDER OF M009l~ Meets In the Bushneil & Thompson hall every Friday night. L. E. BROWN, Dictator. _ S. H. CLARKE, Secretary. Eczema in any form, whether acvtn or chronic, ts easily and rapidly ovor> come by the use of Meritol Eczema Remedy. Gives positive relief when all others fail, and we heartily recom mend it to any sufferer. E. H. Blair. What You Have Been Looking For Tanning, Robes, Coats. Stn<1 u« your hides, skint tad fare, and we will taa. dress and make tip l«'i s« you order the most sstidae loty rohe or cost you ever owned® Our tanning process Is wild, watet and moth proof. Our coats are on« piece, good lining, leather undet arms, wind esc ludet« In sleeves. Out robes are square, double bordet with no eatra charge, best ptusb lining. We employ only skilled workmen Satisfaction guarantee^ Send for our new price list Fur«. Coats, Robes Repaired* Complet« Glow« Factory in cosuiection. Fatter Rob* S Tanin, Ce. 1810 Stb St. S. E. Minneapolis, . 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