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JUSTIN M. SMITH
Lawyer
Commercional Bank Bldg. Bozeman
A. L. GIDEON
Auctioneer
Farm and Stock Sales a Specialty
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Residence 525 W T est Mendenhall
Phone 346
DR. W. C. DAWES
Osteopathic Physician
and Obstetrician
Graduate American School of
Osteopathy, Kirksville, Missouri
Martin Block
37 W. Main St.
Phone 371-W
DUS. DEAN AND GRIFFITH
Osteopathic Physicians
Office Phone 132-W
Dr. Griffith
Dr. Dean
Phone Res. 132-J—Phone Res. 676
Commercial National Bank Building
JAMES E. ELLIOTT
Physician and Surgeon
Phone 195-W
Office Story Blk.
Residence 214 South Cental
Phone 195-J
Gallatin Veterinary Hospital
Bozeman, Montana
O. L. DEVORE
Corner Black and Lamme Streets
Phone 235
E. F. BUNKER
Attorney at Law—Notary Public
Commercional Bank Bldg
Bozeman, Montana
Bozeman
UNDERTAKING
HARLAND & CAVEN
E. W. Harland
Embalmer and Funeral Director
Lady Attendant
BETTER SERVICE
Phone 692-R1
419 W. Main
Bozeman, Montana.
H. F. WEST
Successor to Davis & West
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND
EMBALMER
HIDES AND LIVE POULTRY OF
PROMPT AND EFFICIENT
SERVICE
Phone 690-R
325 W. Main.
Want to Buy
ALL KINDS AT HIGHEST
MARKET PRICES
Harry Siegel
Bozeman
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250 E. Main St.
F. W. Hancock
WATCH, CLOCK AND
JEWELRY REPAIRING
Clocks Called for and Delivered
ROECHER'S DRUG STORE
WHO'S YOUR
SHOE DOCTOR?
Don't throw away your old shoes
until you give us a chance to ex
amine them. A little fixing here and
there may double their days of wear.
Norton's Shoe Shop
12 South Central
CENTRAL
STUDIO
ALF SCHLECTEN
PROPRIETOR
ALL KINDS OF
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PORTRAITS
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FLASHLIGHT
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KODAKS
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FINISHING
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ENLARGING
Central Studio
Comer of Main and Tracy
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF
THE STATE OF MONTANA, IN
AND FOR THE COUNTY OF
GALLATIN.
In the Matter of the Estate of
John Arnold Sturzenegger, Deceased.
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Notice of Sale of Real Estate at Pri
vate Sale.
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Notice is hereby given, that, pur
suant to an order of the District
Court of the Ninth Judicial District,
of the State of Montana, In and
the County of Gallatin, made and j
given on the 5th. day of February,'
1921, in the matter of the estate of ;
Jchn Arnold Sturzenegger, deceased, j
the undersigned, administrator of the
said estate, will sell at private sale,
to the highest bidder, for cash and
subject to the confirmation by said
District Court, on or after Saturday,
the 26th. day of February, 1021, at
the office of Justin M. Smith, Attor
ney at Law, Rooms 206-208 Commer-I
cial National Bank Building, Boze-j
man, Montana, all the right, title, in-,
terest and estate of the said John
Arnold Struzenegger, at the time ot
his death, and all the right, title and
interest that the said estate has, by
operation of law or otherwise, ac
puired, other than and in addition to
that of the said John Arnold Struzen-1
egger at the time of his death, in and
to all those certain lots situated in
the County of Gallatin. State of Mon
tana, described as follows:
Lots One, Two and Three of
Block Two, Northern Pacific ad
dition to the Townsitc of Logan,
together with the tenements
hereditaments and appurtenan
ces thereunto belonging or in any
wise appertaining.
The terms and conditions of the
sale shall be cash, to be paid upon
the confirmation of the sale by the
District Court and delivery of the
administrator's deed, deed and ab
stract of title to be furnished at the
expense of the estate
Bids or offers may be submitted
at any time after the first publication
f this Notice and before the making
of this sale- All bids or offers must
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ho m writing and left at the office
'T Justin M. Smith, Attorney at Law,
Rooms 206-208 Commercial National
Rank Building, Bozeman, Montana,
or delivered to the undersigned per
sonally.
Dated this 5th. day of February,
1921.
August Johnson, Administrator of
the Estate of John Arnold Struzen
egger, deceased. Postoffice address,
Logan, Montana,
Pub. Feb. 9-16-23—
Notice to Creditors.
Ertate of Henry F. Sears, deceased,
Notice is hereby given by the un
dersigned, Executors, of the Estate
of Henry F. Soars, deceased, to the
creditors of and all persons having
claims against the said deceased, to
exhibit them with the necessary
vouchers, within ten (10) months
after the first publication of this
notice, to the said Executors at the
\ office of E. P. Bunker in the Com
mercial National Bank Bidg., Boze
man, Montana the same be : ng the
place for the. transaction of business
of said estate in the County of Gal
latin.
Frank L. Scars, Thomas H. Sears,
Executors of the Estate of Henry F-
Sears, deceased.
Dated at Bozeman, Montana, Feb
ruary 5, 1921. E. F. Bunker, Atty.
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FOR PROVING WILL, ETC.
In the District Court, ninth Judicial
Distinct, State of Montana, County of
Gallatin.
In the Matter of the Estate of
Henry F. Sears, deceased
Pursuant to an Order of said Court,
made on the 13th. day of January, A
D., 1921 notice is hereby given, that
Saturday, the 5th. day of February,
A. D., 1921 at two (2) o'clock p. m.
of said day, at the Court Room of
said Court in the City of Bozeman, in
the County of Gallatin, has been
appointed as the time and place for
proving the will of said Henry F.
Sears, deceased, and for hearing the
application of Frank L. Sears and
Thomas H. Sears for the issuance to
them of letters testamentai'y when
and where any person interested may
appear and contest the same.
Dated, January loth., 1921.
W. L. Hays, clerk.
J. F- Preston, deputy clerk.
(COURT SEAL)
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of James Edward Mardis,
deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the
undersigned, Executrix of the last
Will and Testament of James Edward
Mardis, deceased to the creditors and
all persons having claims against the
said deceased, to exhibit them with
the necessary vouchers, within ten
months after the first publication of
this notice, to the said Executrix, at
the law office of Geo. D. Pease, in
Bozeman, Montana the same being
the place for the transaction of
business of said estate in the County
of Gallatin.
GRACE W. MARDIS
Executrix of the last Will and
Testament of James Edward Mardis,
deceased.
Dated January 25th, 1921.
GEO. D. PEASE
Attorney for Executrix
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35 YEARS AGO
Feb. 11, 1886
Taken from the files of the Avant Courier for
Mat M- Black and Billy Randall
are down from Cooke City.
Mrs. G. W. Monroe has gone to St.
Paul for a few weeks' visit,
Henry Heeb, wife and little one
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For!«"? « the «•*» Frld ** from More -
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w w Alderson last week sold to
Thomas Murphy three lots for a resi
dence s j te 0n Central avenue,
day from a remarkably pleasant and
extended trip to the Wett Side
John Besserer returned last Satur
George H. Willson leaves Bozeman
on the 18th. of the month to become
an honest rancher. He will run, dur
ing the coming summer, the Hodson
ranch on the West Gallatin.
Judge L. A. Luce and family, in
; eluding John, who has been east at
sc hool for some time, returned to
their home Gn Thursday last,
nearly all the snow disappear and a
The warm weather last week made
lady informs us the leaves are start
ing on a lilac bush in her year.
Miss Anna Alderson returned on
Saturday last, from a five weeks'
sejurn in Salt Lake City, greatly im
proved in health, if not in good looks.
Have you visited the Free Library
and Reading Rooms, nearly opposite
the post office ? If not, do so with
out delay. Remember that every per
son is welcome.
B. B. Wells and""j. L. Barker, of
Moreland, were registered at the La
clede Friday. They were witnesses
of the Graham-Ingram squabble and
came to the city to tell w T hat they
knew about it.
Cy Mounts and Jim Ponsford vis
ited Helena and intermediate points
last week- It is needless to say they
returned more than satisffe t v.'ith the
prosperity of Bozeman and its vicini
ty
The trial of Ingram, on Friday for
assault with knife on George Graham
at Moreland, resulted in his receiv
ing a sentence of 30 days confinement
in the county jail and to pay a fine
of $50 and costs, $82.75.
On Thursday last Mr. and Mrs. W.
Y. Smith came very near losing their
two-year-eld boy- He was playing
with his blocks and swalloged a but
ton. The button stuck in the esopha
gus and could not be recovered. It
was finally started on its way to the
stomach and the boy is now as happy
as if he had been feasting on farina
instead of an indigestible piece of
bone.
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Glass of Hot Water
'Before Breakfast
a Splendid Habit
Open sluices of the system each
morning and wash away the
poisonous, stagnant matter.
Those of us who are accustomed to
feel dull and heavy when we arise;
splitting headache, stuffy from a cold, j
foul tongue, nasty breath, acid I
stomach, lame back, can, Instead,
both look and feel as fresh as a daisy
always by washing the poisons and
toxins from the body with phosphated
hot water each morning.
We should drink, before breakfast,
a glass of real hot water with a tea
spoonful of limestone phosphate in
it to flush from the stomach, liver,
kidneys and ten yards of bowels the
previous day's indigestible waste, sour
bile and poisonous toxins; thus cleans
ing, sweetening and purifying the
entire alimentary tract before putting
more food into the stomach.
The potion of limestone phosphate
and hot water on an empty stomach
is wonderfully invigorating. It cleans
out all the sour fermentations, gases,
waste and acidity and gives one a
splendid appetite for breakfast and
It is said to be but a little while until
the roses begin to appear In the
cheeks. A quarter pound of limestone
phosphate will cost very little at the
drug store, but Is sufficient to make
anyone who is bothered with bilious
ness, constipation, stomach trouble or
rheumatism a real enthusiast on the
subject of Internal sanitation. Try
It and you are assured that you will
look better and feel better im. »very
way shortly.
FOR SALE
Quarter section, 2 miles north from
Logan; 100 acres arable, balance
pasture; small spring, good water;
dandy site for poultry farm: terms.
Call at 213 South 7th. Avenue, or
address Box 451, Bozeman.
J- M. Robertson.
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Wanted:—Men and women to take
orders among friends and neighbors
for the genuine guaranteed hosiery,
full line for men, women and children
Eliminates darning- We pay 75 cents
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and hour spare time, or $36.00 a week
for full lime. Experience unnecess -1
Write International Stocking
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Mills, Norristuwn, Pa.
Several farmers were sowing wheat j
on Middle Creek, this county, on Sat- |
urday last. How is that for the fri- i
gid zone?
Byam Bros, of Trail Creek are said
to be doing a rushing business. They
are reported to be keeping 15 teams ;
busy hauling coal to Chestnut and )
are negeotiating to suppliy the Park
branch during the summer.
Dave Williams has again deserted
his true love and gone to Billings. |
This time Dave sold his house and j
furniture to W. H. Tracy and we are
thus led to infer he has prospects of
all the work he can do in that thriv
ing village for some time to come.
H. P. McNaughton, of Gardiner,
after spending several weeks pleasant*,
ly among Bozeman friends, left for
home on Thursday last. "Mack" in
tends to start east shortly for the
purpose of making an extended visit
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among relatives and old time friends.
Work is still progressing on the
Baptist church edifice and it is hop
ed to have the structure completed
by the end of this month. The inside
arrangement is quite novel and when
on
completed the seating capacity wï"
be greater than any other auditorium
in the city
Leonard Stone, in the city Friday
; f rom Creamery, says they are not
> putting in crops out there, but they
; cou ] d do so jf they wished- Summer
,■ fallowed ground is dry and mellow,
j Stock is in prime condition and the
! •<?» w ] !l be slieht. no matter what
j kind of weather we may have yet.
j Mr< and Mrs Fred A Fie i din£; left
i 0n Tuesday's east bound train for a
; .f ew visit with eastern friends,
Mr. Fielding will combine business
1 with pleasure and make extensive
1 purchases for the merchantile estab
• lishment in Bozeman with which he is
,
connected.
The crossing of the mail and passen'
gers over the Madison river at Cherry
Creek is effected by a box on a rope.
The journey is said to be very en
joyable to those who take the part of
spectators. Nothing will be done
about replacing the bridge until the i
commissioners of Madison county
meet on the first of March.
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The Catholic church of this city is
completed, but under the rules of
that society it must be paid for and
dedicated by „a bishop before it can be
used. Only $110 remains to be rais
ed to clear it of debt and the bishop
is expected here in May, when the
structure will be dedicated and a resi
dent priest installed in charge of the
j work at this point.
The masquerade ball given by the
German Harmonia society last Thurs-,
day evening was one ox the social
events of the season. At 8:30 the
seats were all taken by those who
came as spectators. At 9 o'clock the
music began and the hall was soon
filled by gay maskers. The costumes
j were ordered from St. Paul for the
occasion and were rich and beautiful,
{or grotesque and ludicrous. Three
1 prizes were awarded as follows: Hand
somest costume, Mrs- Wm. Black;
1 best sustained character, lady, Miss
C. Richter; best sustained character,
gentleman, John Nissen.
BOYS' AND GIRLS' CLUB WORK
A special baby beef feeding contest
for the Gallatin county boys and girls
club starts this week under the
supervision of county club loader L.
Ross Johnson. The contest will run
until the state fair is held in the fall
and any boy or girl between the ages
of 10 years and 13 years may enter.
The contestants must get a junior
yearling heifer or steer calf of any of
the recognized beef breeds, and feed
and care for it until state fair time
when he or she, will exhibit it- There
are ten entries in the contest already.
Last year there was offered $750
in prize money and Gallatin county
exhibitors won first, second and fourth
It is hoped to have a similar
prizes.
or larger amount offered this year.
This money is put up by the various
breeders associations to stimulate in
terest in beef cattle and improve the
class of stock.
R. Stucky won first prize at the
fair last year with his Shorthorn calf;
Kenneth Colburn, Hereford, second;
and Ben Stucky, Shorthorn, third.
There is -still time for entries and
anyone eligible may enter their stock
by getting in touch with Mr. Ross
Johnson at the Gallatin county high
school. Those entered to date are,
Buclah Inabnit, Elvin Wicker, Elva
Thompson, Hazel Thompson, Layton
Todd, Ralph Stucky, Harry McGloth
lin, Robert Nash, David Nash and
Kenneth Colbem.
SEARS WILL PROBATED
IN DISTRICT COURT
Saturday afternoon the will of the
Henry F. Sears was probated in
i di ' tri « court . »H of
' F e l >ro P ert y a ® e t0 rs '
! F. Sears, with her two sons, Frank
| L „ d Thon , as „ geaTS as executor5
of the estate> t0 8e rve'without bond
as provided for in the will. The
! vrill was executed December 31.
Carl Lehrkind
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The Head of The
Is Pleased
What pleases the head of the house will
please you.
After his cereal he'd rather have a piece
of chisp brown toast than anything else.
And the best way to make toast to suit his
lordship is on an Electric Toaster.
Get one of our perfect toast makers and
the whole family will enjoy breakfast.
We have all the other Electric Appliances
too. Drop in and let us show them to you.
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Time to Build?
Will this Spring be a good time to build? For
the past few years lumber and labor have been
prohibitively high; we have got along with the
buildings we had. But we are getting crowded.
Shall we remedy the situation this
Spring ? asks Mr. McMahon, in
e ISe COUNTRY
GENTLEMAN
Then he goes into the question from every
point of view. He tells why prices of building
materials have been high; he prophesies this
Spring's market conditions; he answers your
urgent question: Build now or wait?
This series is typical of the way ness: it can prophesy progress,
in which THE COUNTRY Gen- It can warn of the causes of
TLEMAN anticipates the needs price changes before they occur,
of the American farmer. For
every farm interest it offers just Country GENTLEMAN for a
such "ahead-of-the-minute
service. Because the vision of
this great weekly is as broad as
all agriculture, it can do more
than tell what has been done begin coming next week, be sure
or is being done in your busi- to rush me your dollar today.
It's Written to Help You Prosper
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whole year—52 big, snappy is
sues of it. It's a great bargain
—I know because I read it every
week. If you want your copies to
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Bozeman, Montana
921 W. Curtis.
Phone 721-W
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