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Yellowstone monitor. [volume] (Glendive, Mont.) 1905-1928, October 22, 1914, Image 3

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„ «î.A 3rd day of March,
vcHEREj^Vnt petit* 011 was duly filed
$ » sufficient pern and Recorder of
l ïh the Count> a which petition
C0 Ä' before the Board,, peti
ÏÏe reg ul ^ > of county Commission
na* the B u, the electors of Dawson
ü i n to submit t0 . n ; ie whether or not bonds
the electors of Dawson
r* to su—;; i t ion whether or not bonds
Sntv. the -2«S in the sum of Eighty
should bf îfjo 000> Dollars, for the pur
&rtU*» nd J:«r irtill
ïîifiSî î,„ b a «d c . r 7 *•
Ki/v«fstone Qrft not sufficient
»
AS. there
are
treasury of said County, at
Board forjBaid purpose
Êw^'^irorüon'oT'said bridge. to
it is the judgment of this
pessary and advisable,
m '"vÄTaddiU^
raise reven^ *" d i ice nses authorized
3 W the r ^ of the Laws of the Thir
- Chapter <- 01 u iz.___w«. Q r>ri
îenthhej
WHEBh
hy Chaptej. i"ti V e Assembly;
tienth Legisj- ^ ^ m be neceS s ary to ia .
«irHKRt". ' ------ bonds
and
sar>
of the said
» a sell coupon oonua ui iub w.m
sue «îV Dawson in the sum of Eighty
OountJ of 000) Dollars in order to
funds for the construction of
provide the order to obtain the
aid bri( f flr ket price for the same, said
highest mar et ^ 1 issued, payable in
bonds should be v ^ ^ date thereof
in ten (10) years from
the date thereo f ^r de re 4 that, at the gen
ie . »^r^fore oruereq uuii, »«. uio 6«"'
Itis .S in the County of Dawson,
er&\ «J®S5 on the third day of November,
to be h t el Lp r Lularly established polling
I s14 - atin the various precincts in said
places i° shall be submitted to the
C°unp\ electors of said County, who are
qualityi<ftered according to law, and en
d ulJ 7ffvote at such election, the follow
tilled to vu
in «i u n st the Board of County Commis
" Sh rf of Dawson County, Montana, be
sioners ^ 1 issue and sell coupon bonds
auth °, [amount not to exceed Eighty
in an Tt tS80 000) Dollars, bearing in
T h ou sand of not to exceed six
cent per annum, interest payable
(6) r ei ______ h,, nn the 1
(D; ^annually, 011 the first day of Jan
sen1l 'anl July of each year; said bonds
uaI 2„ Lf the denomination of One Thou
,u ÿ ($1,000) DoUars each, and bearing
nf .Tanua
331,11 „7'iänuary 1st. 1915, said bonds to
£ Livable twenty (20) years from date
£ /redeemable ten (10) years from date;
a a hnnds to be issued for the purpose of
ffniîinî and constructing a County high
bridge across the Yellowstone River
ff . a L near Intake, Montana?"
a rr IS FURTHER ORDERED that, at
. i election, separate ballots shall be
Slewed and furnished the electors, as
p K bv law. and that the form of
«allots shall be as follows:
1 -This 1 ballot shall be marked with an
•v in the square before the name of each
7 "n or candidate for whom the elector
f„tS to vote. In case of a ballot con
l-i in in a a constitutional amendment or
S question to be submitted to a vote
3 the people by marktng an 'X* In the
3nare before the answer of the question
■Î amendment submitted. The elector
-a,, write in the blank space or paste
JS another name, the name of any
Znon for whom he wishes to vote and
lote for such person by marking an 'X'
in the square before such name.
ri For authorizing the Board of Coun
tv Commissioners of Dawson County,
Montana, to issue and sell coupon bonds
in an amount not to exceed Eighty Thou
sand ($80,000) Dollars, bearing interest
at the rate not to exceed six (6) per cent
tier annum, interest payable semi -annual
ly or. the first day of January and July
of each vear, said bonds to be of the de
nomination of One Thousand ($1,000)
Dollars each and bearing date January
lit 1915; said bonds to be payable twen
ty (20) years from date and redeemable
ten (10) years from date; said bonds to
he issued for the purpose of building and
constructing a county highway bridge
across the Yellowstone River at or near
Intake
rj AGAINST authorizing the Board of
County Commissioners ofDawson County,
Montana, to issue and sell coupon bonds
in an amount not to exceed Eighty Thou
sand ($80,000) Dollars, bearing interest at
the rate of not to exceed six (6) per cent
per annum, interest payable semi-annual
ly on the first day of January and July of
each year; said bonds to be of the de
nomination of One Thousand ($1,000)
Dollars each and bearing date January
lit, 1915; said bonds to be payable twen
ty (20) years from date and redeemable
ten (10) years from date; said bonds to
be issued for the purpose of building and
constructing a County highway bridge
across the Yellowstone River at or near
Intake.
It is further ordered that the County
Clerk procure and furnish to the electors
at the different polling places a sufficient
number of these ballots; also publish this
order as a proclamation of this election,
for a period of thirty (30) days prior to
the election held on November 3rd, 1914,
and do all things necessary as the law in
these cases requires.
WHEREAS, on the 8th day of Septem
ber, 1914, a sufficient petition was duly
filed with the County Clerk and Recorder
of Dawson County, Montana, which peti
tion came regularly before the Board,
petitioning the Board of County Com
missioners to submit to the electors of
Dawson County the question whether or
not bonds should be issued in the sum
of Seventy Thousand ($70,000) Dollars for
the purpose of constructing a bridge
across the Yellowstone River at the town
of Marsh, Montana; and
WHEREAS there are not sufficient
funds in the Treasury of Dawson County,
at the disposal of the Board for said pur
K and further, it is the Judgment of this
'd that it is necessary and advisable
for the construction of said bridge, to
raise revenue in addition to that fur
nished by the taxes and licenses author
ized by Chapter 72, of the Laws of the
Thirteenth legislative Assembly; and
WHEREAS, it will be necessary to is
sue and sell coupon bonds of the said
County of Dawson in the sum of Seventy
Thousand ($70,000) Dollars, in order to
provide the funds for the construction of
»aid bridge, ami in order to obtain the
highest market price for the same, said
bonds should be, when issued, payable
>h twenty (20) years from the date there
or, and redeemable in ten (10) years from
,h t e date thereof;
IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED that, at
ihe general election in the County of Daw
v®, be held on the third day of
&ber, i 9 i 4 , a t the regularly estab
lûw., places in the various pre
mît c . l V n 8aid County, there shall be sub
rv,.; » to tbe qualified electors of said
rnrHi y ' wbo are du * y registered ac
»»[il n 5 to . law and entitled to vote at
"iLn ct l° n . the following question:
sinnig Board of County Commis
"£» °j Paw son County, Montana, be
ujoriied to issue and sell coupon bonds
, n,rZl. a ? 1(> upt not to exceea Seventy
liOl
t»M? an . d .P" 0 ' 0 °0) Dollars, bearing in
(ftnl* tbe rate °f not to exceed six
»mi a r n[ en li per ann um, interest payable
MN» »1 '.'•"«A'ï'îïï:
tobe a n n f d A' of each year; said bonds
land di rmn\ d ® norni nation of One Thou
date ii l! 00) Dollars each, and bearing
b*Vv a i anaary 1st, 1915; said bonds to
znd7ed e b em Q l Ki en . ty (20) years from d 816
**id e . ten ( 10 > Years from date;
of bündln! „ b , e iss ued for the purpose
toghwav vL! nd constructing a County
River at nr f ge ^ ross the Yellowstone
IT IS fitrtmj t?3L a ' rsb ' Montana.**
said electin? THER ORDERED that, at
Spared a!!' separate ballots shall be
^'ided hl? d i7 urnish ed the electors, as
•Id ballot and that th e form of
v'Tff blnït 1 !/! \ s foBows:
X' in the L°7. shal l be marked with an
K*°n or canmn^f b . efor e name of ea<*
riendg to < ^!,?tl da i te for whora the elector
SSfüm a i!,, 1 !® 18 « of a ballot con
"JW question S t tlt vl tlona l amendment or
J ^e peonle k?. be submitted to a vote
5^K e ' b I' marking an 'X' In the
? a mendm!^. e an £.wer of the Question
^. a, hendment o t n£ 'J ver ot tbe question
?®y »rit/fi 11 ..submitted. The elector
writf. öl ««ni uea. ti
2£ r .' n °ther nam 0 f[ ank 8pace or paste
ÎJf 1 for whom 11 ^ me . tbe name of any per
pe,S) n he hv wl8he ? . t0 vote and vote
Vi befor?î b I ma rking an 'X 1 In the
,11 For amv, 8u - cb name."
ioiî. 0m,n *S8 £Ser! lng , th « Board of Coun
as®
üij each y eil 1 day of January and
li,0|}f^mi'nati?- : 8a . id bonds to W of
«Huai bollar8 lo il„ K of 0ne Thousand
obi* Ut, i 9 i/ a ^ b ,*. and bearing date
SabS?^ I2û 5 ÿ ear ! d f bond8 L V* h® P* y "
Sïf (en Mn^r* from date and re
11° SSjyTSlttEVii
if Sir lîïL 0 ?» the Tellowston* IU$«r
S«U^Ta
^ Do^,f x ? eed Sévi
bearing I
the Board of
weon Cennty
bonds in an
h- -.—-enty Thousand
baring interest at the
H.
all
filed
of
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to
this
ia .
to
of
the
in
the
be
six
to
of
at
be
as
of
rate of not to exceed six (6) per cent
^«».interest payable semi-annual
ly on the first day of January u(
of each year; said bonds to be of
JÄ« tIon u° f ° ne Thousand
P° lla rs, each, and bearing date «,
*5Son\ 5; * aid bonds to be payable
[ y (20) years from date and red<
ten (10) years from date; said
be issued for the purpose of bui
constructing a County highway _
across the Yellowstone River at or
Marsh.
to
„ IT } S FURTHER ORDERED that the
County Clerk procure and furnish to the
electors, at the different polling dUums. a
sufficient number of these ballots;
publish this order as a proclamation of
a*«
days, prior to the election hem on
November 3rd, 1914 and do all thin«
necessary, as the law in these cases re
quires.
WHEREAS, it is considered by a ma
jority of the Board of County Commis
sioners of Dawson County, Montana, at
regular meeting, held on the 19th day
of September 1914, that it is neceasarv
Tn «*n «CIA Ja, S __ 1 .«. _ ______ _ — J
to raise funds for the purpose of renalr
mg the bridge across the YeUowstone
River at Glendive, Dawson County. Mon
tana, by the building of a new approach
on the west side of said bridge and the
erection and construction of a new st eel
span on the west end of said bridge to
take the place of the steel spaa now
there and the re-flooring of the entire
brios®, after said repairs are made: and
. WHEREAS, this Board, after due con
sideration, has determined the amount
necessary for the repairing of said bridge
to be Fifty Thousand ($50,000) Dollars
and '
WHEREAS, there are not sufficient
funds in the Treasury of said Dawson
County, at the disposal of the Board tor
said purpose and further it is the Judg
ment of this Board that it is necessary
and advisable for the construction of said
bridge to raise revenue in MdHIon to
that furnished by the taxes and licenses
authorized by Chapter 72 of the Laws of
the Thirteenth Legislative Assembly, and
WHEREAS, it will be necessary to is
sue and sell coupon bonds of the said
county in the sum of Fifty Thousand
($50,000) Dollars, in order to provide the
funds for the repairing of such bridge
and in order to obtain the highest market
price for the same, said bonds should be,
when issued, payable in twenty (20) years
from the date thereof and redeemable in
ten (10) years from the date thereof;
IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED that,
at the general election In the County of
Dawson, to be held on third day of
November, 1914, at the regularly estab
lished polling places in the various pre
cincts in the county, there shall be sub
mitted to the qualified electors of said
County, who are duly registered accord
ing to the law and entitled to vote at
such election the following question:
"Shall the Board of County Commis
sioners of Dawson County, Montana, be
authorized to issue and sell coupon bonds
in an amount not to exceed Fifty Thou
sand ($50,000) Dollars, bearing interest
at the rate not to exceed six (6) per cent
per annum, interest payable semi-an
nually on the first day of January and
July of each year; said bonds to be of
the denomination of One Thousand
($1,000) Dollars each, and bearing date of
January 1st, 1915; said bonds to be pay
able twenty (20) years from date ana re
deemable ten (10) years from date« said
bonds to be issued for the purpose of
building a new approach on the west end
of the Yellowstone River bridge at Glen
dive and the erection and construction
of a new steel span on the west end of
said bridge and the re-flooring of the en
tire bridge after said repairs are made.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that, at
said election, separate baUots shall be
provided and furnished the electors, as
provided by law, and that the form of
the ballot shall be as follows
"This ballot shall be marked with an
'X' in the square before the name of each
person or candidate for whom the elect
or intends to vote. In case of a ballot
containing a constitutional amendment or
other question to be submitted tp a vote
of the people by marking an *X' ip the
square before the answer of the question
or amendment submitted. The elector
may write in the blank space or paste
over another name, the name of any per
son for whom he wishee to vote ana vote
for such person by marking an *X* in the
square before such name.
[] FOR authorizing the Board of Coun
ty Commissioners of Dawson County,
Montana, to issue and sell coupon bonds
in an amount not to exceed Fifty Thou
sand ($50,000) Dollars, bearing interest
at the rate of not to exceed six (6) per
cent per annum, interest payable semi
annually, on the first day of January and
July of each year; said bonds to be of the
denomination of One Thousand ($1,000)
Dollars each, and bearing date of Jan
uary 1st, 1915; said bonds to be payable
twenty (20) years from date and redeem
able ten (10) years from date; said bonds
to be issued for the purpose of repairing
the bridge across the Yellowstone River
at Glendive by the building of a new
approach to the west end of said bridge
and the erection and construction of a
new steel span on the west end of said
bridge to take the place of the old steel
span now there, and the re-flooring of the
entire bridge after said repairs are made.
[] AGAINST authorizing the Board of
County Commissioners of Dawson Coun
ty, Montana, to issue and sell coupon
bonds in an amount not to exceed Fifty
Thousand ($50,000) Dollars, bearing in
terest at the rate of not to exceed six
(6) per cent per annum, interest payable
semi-annually, on the first day of 'Jan
uary and July of each year: said bonds
to be of the denomination or One Thou
sand ($1,000) Dollars each; and bearing
date of January 1st, 1915; said bonds to
be payable twenty (20) years from date
and redeemable ten (10) years from date:
said bonds to be issued for the purpose of
repairing, the bridge across the Yellow
stone River at Glendive, by the building
of a new approach to the west end of
said bridge and the erection and con
struction of a steel span on the west end
of said bridge to take the place of the
old steel span now there, and the re
flooring of the entire bridge after said
repairs are made.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, that the
County Clerk procure and furnish, to the
election officers and voters of the differ
ent polling places, a sufficient number of
these ballots; also, publish as a proclama
tion of this election for a period of thirty
(30) days, prior to the election held on
November 3rd, 1914; and do all things
necessary, as the law in these cases re
quires. , ,
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
Dawson County this 19th day of Sep
tember, A. D. 1914.
R. L. WYMAN,
Clerk of Board of County Commissioners.
(First Publication October 8. 1914.)
B.
on
S.
on
R.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Coal-Election filed—Serial No. 08193
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Miles City, Montana,
September 30, 1914.
Notice is hereby given that Anna J.
Everhart, formerly Groves, of Glen
dive, Montana, who, on April 12,1916,
made Homestead Entry, No. 06193, for
South-Half, of Section 10, Township
16N, Range 52E, M. P. Meridian, has
Filed notice of intention to mafre three
year Proof, to establish c l a im to the
fr.nri above described, before P. A.
Parrett, U. S. Commissioner, at Glen
dive, Montana, on the 20th day of
November, 1914.
Claimant names as witnesses:
George W. Hardy, John Myers, Ed.
H. Bensel, and Mrs. John E. Everhart,
all ot Glendlve, Montana.
A. KIRCHER,
(First publication October 8, 1914.)
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Coal Act 6-22-10—Serial No. $11496
Department of the Interim, U. S.
Land Office at Miles City, Monta»,
September 30,1914.
Notice it hereby given that Harry C.
Smith, of Glendive, P«*#*»
C.
on
to
at
E.
to
9th
■ ■
NWÎ4, Section 32, Township
16N, Range 54E, M. P. Meridian, has
Älad notice of intention to make three
Tear Proof, to claim to the
land aboye described, before F. A.
Parrett, U. S. Commissioner, at Glen
4bre. Montana, on the 13th day of
November, 1314.
Claimant names as witnesses: D. J.
Murphy, S. W. Barber, J. C. Barber,
and Wm. Smith, an of Glendive Mon
tana.
A. KIRCHER,
Register.
(First publication October 8, 1314.)
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Coal-Election filed Act 6-22-10.
Serial No. 02805-020274.
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Dand Office at Miles City, Montana,
September 30, 1314.
Notice is hereby given that Claude
A. Gunnett, of Union, Montana, who,
on November 7, 1307 and November
1» 1813, made Homestead Entries, No.
02805-020274, for W% NW%, SE%
NW%, NW% SW%, and NE% NW%,
W% NE%, SWfc SW%, Section 24,
Township 16N, Range 51E, M. P. Mer
idian, has filed notice of intention to
make five year Proof, to establish
claim to the land above described, be
fore F. A. Parrett, U. S. Commission-1
er, at Glendive, Montana, on the 19th
day of November, 1914.
Claimant names as witnesses: W.
W. Wood, of Twoee, Montana, Fred
Wasmer, I. N. Hill, and Thomas Pierce,
all of Union, Montana.
A. KIRCHER,
Register.
(First publication October 8, 1914.)
^ , N A 0 J*CE FOR PUBLICATION
Coal—Act 6-22-10.—Serial No. 012489.
Department of the Interior, U. S. Land
Office at Miles City Montana, October 8,
Notice is hereby "given that John F.
May l8< 2 l 4 , ?9l?, le rnade Homeâeac^Entr?
No. 012489, for the s%, Section 32, Town
Hied notie?Sf e intentton I 'to M make' n th^M
ÏSL^d?« f ir'b^ ta Âe Cl p m i° plr^tt
U. S. Commissioner, at Glendive, Mon
reff fcian t ^a m^ h a da ^jtncMcn? m ch r fis 19 A.'
Fauhjon. °ue Rosedahl, both of Glendive,
« — I
Re^olds/^of h Gtendive, V ^Montana^Whof on
both of Hodges Montana
A. KIRCHER.
. Register.
(First Publication October 15, 1914.)
, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Coal land—Act 6-22-10—Serial No. 011826
Department of the Interior, U. S. Land
Office at Miles City Montana, October 7,
1914 «
March 22. 1911, made Homestead Entry,
No. 011826, for NE%, N% SE%, EH
NWH, Section 26, Township 15N., Range
53E., M. P. Meridian, has filed notice of
intention to make three year Proof, to
establish claim to the land above des
cribed, before F. A- parrett, U. S. Com
missioner, at Glendive, Montana, on the
1st day of December, 1914.
Claimant names as witnesses: Charles
Domino, Toliff Undem, James Hunter and
Melvin Straight, all of Glendive, Montana.
A. KIRCHER,
Register.
(First Publication October 15, 1914.)
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION;
Non-Coal.—Serial No. 017241. ' * *
Department of the Interior, U. S. Land
Office at Miles City, Montana, October 7,
Notice is hereby given that Charles
B. Dawe, of Glendive Montana, who,
on February 26. 1913, made Home
stead Entry, No. 017241, for NEK. NEK
SEK^EK NWK. LotJ. Section 3Ç Town
ship 15N., Range 57E., M. P. Meridian,
has filed notice of intention to make three
year Proof, to establish claim to the land
above described, before F. A. Parrett, U.
S. Commissioner, at Glendive, Montana,
on the 1st day of December, 1914.
Claimant names as witnesses: A. S. Foss,
R. H. Foss, william Gertenson, and Hans
Sether, all of Allard, Montana.
A. KIRCHER,
(First Publication October 15, 1914.)
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Non-coal Land—Serial No. 09697
Department of the Interior, U. S. Land
Office at Miles City, Montana, Sept.
24, 1914.
Notice is hereby given that Nelson
C. Brownell, of Glendlve, Mont., who,
on June 29, 1910, made Homestead
Entry, No. 09097, for W% SWK,
NEK SWK, SWK NWK, Section 22,
Township 16N., Range 55E, M. P.
Meridian, has filed notice of intention
to make three year Proof, to establish
claim to the land above described, be
fore F. A. Parrett, U. S. Commissioner,
at Glendive, Mont., on the 6th day of
November, 1914.
Claimant names as witnesses: Fred
Devorik, Joe Dedrick, Lloyd Brownell,
and Frank Hasty, all of Glendive,
Montana.
A. KIRCHER,
Register.
(First publication October 1, 1914.)
Notice for Publication.
Non-Coal—Serial 06555
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at MUes City, Mont, Oct
14,1914.
Notice is hereby given that David I
w 3 6 . I
E. Brockns, of Glendlve, Montana,
__ „ .. 10AQ iTnm a. I
who, on Nov. 16, 1909, made Home- to
stead entry. No. 06556, for SKSWK» I to
« I
NEKSWK* SWKSEK» Section 2, to
Township 15 N., Range 66E., M. P.
Meridian, has tied notice of intention
to make tv® year proof, to establish
claim to the land above described,
before F. A. Parrett, U. S. Commio
sioner, at Glendive, Monta» on the
9th day of December, 1914.
Claimant names as witnesses :
WHtam Bennard, Guy Ftoh# C* ®*
Dove, A. Ri Laurie all of Glendlve,
Montana.
A. KIRCHER, Register.
First publication Oct 1$ 1914
PORBALE
190 tons ef hay for sale on Red
water at AL Philtop's ram*, price
J| per ton. Ör wfll winter a bunch
S4tt
A.
of
J.
S.
Notice of Contest«
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Miles City, Montana,
October 13, 1314.
To Charley Lantz of Bainville, Mon
tana, Contestée:
You are hereby notified that Wil
liam L. Pemberton who gives Glen
dive, Montana, as his post-office ad
dress, diâ on August 29th, 1914, file in
this office his duly corroborated ap
plication to contest and secure the
cancellation of your Homestead,
Entry No. 019094, Serial No.
made June 26th, 1913, for east half of
Sec. 26, Township 22 N., Range 49 E.,
Montana Principal Meridian and as
grounds for his contest he alleges that
the said Charley Lantz has never es
tablished a residence thereon, that he
has never at any time or at all culti
vated the said land, or any part there
of, that he has never improved the
said land as required by law, or at all,
and that he has entirely abandoned
the same.
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
cancelled thereunder without your
further right to be heard* therein,
either before this office or on appeal,
you fail to file in this office within
twenty days after the FOURTH publi
cation of this notice, as shown below,
your answer, under oath, specifically
meeting and responding to these alle
gâtions of contest, or if you fail with
in that time to file in this office due
proof that you have served a copy of
1 your answer on the said contestant
either in person or by registered mail,
If this service is made by the delivery
of a copy of your answer to the con
testant in person, proof of such serv
, ,
ice must be either the said contest
ant ' s written acknowledgment of his
' receipt of the C0 P y » showing the date
of its receipt, or the affidavit of the |
I H erson by whom the delivery was
mSde Stat,ng When and Where the
copy was delivered; if made by regis- 1
tere d mail, proof of such service must
consist of the affidavit of the person
I by w hom the copy was mailed stat
ing when and the post-office to which
it was mailed, and this affidavit must
be accompanied by the postmaster's
receipt for the letter.
You should state in your answer the
name of the postoffice to which you
desire futher notices to he sent to you.
A. KIRCHER, Register. I
Date of first publication Oct. 15th.
Date of second publication Oct. 22.
Date of third publication Oct. 29.
Date of fourth publication Nov. 5.
NOTICE OF ELECTION—
CONTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT.
Senate Bill No. 1.
An act entitled: "An act for the sub
mission to the qualified electors of the
State of Montana of an amendment to
Section 2 of Article IX of the Constitu
tion of the State of Montana relating to
rights of suffrage and qualifications to
hold office."
Be it enacted by the Legislative Assem
bly of the State of Montana:
Section 1. That Section 2 of article
IX of the Constitution of the State of
Montana be amended and that the
question of such amendment be submit
ted to the qualified electors of the State
of Montana at the next general election.
Section 2. That Section 2 of Article
IX of the Constitution of the State of
Montana, be, and the same is hereby
amended to read as follows:
Section 2. Every person of the age of
twenty-one years or over possessing
the following qualifications shall be en
titled to vote at all general elections
and for all officers that now are, or
hereafter may be, elective by the Deo
gle and upon all questions which may
e submitted to the vote of the people:
First, he shall be a citizen of the United
States; Second, he shall have resided in
this State one year immediately pre
ceding the election at which he offers
to vote, and in the town, county or pre
cinct such time asjuay be prescribed by
law; provided, first, that no person con
victed of felony shall have the right to
vote unless he has been pardoned; Pro
vided, second, that nothing herein con
tained shall be construed to deprive
any person of the right to vote who has
such; right at the time of the adoption
of this Constitution: Provided, that
after the expiration of five years from
the time of the adoption of this Con
stitution no person except citizens of
the United States shall have the right
to vote.
Section 3. Separate official baUots
shall be used at the .general election to
be held in November, *1914, which shaU
have printed thereon ute words: "For
the amendment to the Constitution re
lating to rights of suffrage and qualifi
cations to hold office," and the words:
"Against the amendment to the Con
stitution relating to rights of suffrage
and qualifications to hold office," and
the elector shaU designate his preference
for either of the propositions by marking
an X before the proposition desired.
Section 4. AU acts and parts of acts
in conflict herewith are hereby repealed.
Section 5. This act shall take effect
and be in full force after its passage and
approval.
Approved January 25, 1913.
Enacted by the Thirteenth Legislative
Assembly of the State of Montana and
approved on the twenty-fifth day of
January, 1913.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
State of Monlana, ss.
I, A. M. Alderson, Secretary of the
State of Montana, do hereby certify that
the above is a true and correct copy of
an act entitled: "An act for the sub
g^on to the qualified elector of the
State of Montana of an amendment to
section 2 of Article ix of the Consti
tution of the State of Montana relating
to rirhta of suffrage and quaUfications
to T bobd office."
In Testimony Whereof I have hereun
to set my hand and affixed the Great
*t d thACity of Helena, the Capi
tal of said State, this twenty-seventh
(Seal) e ' a. m. alderson.
Secretary of State.
FranR
General Contractor!
All kinds of
Cement Work and Excavatinf
Laborers Furnished
Team Work of All Kinds—
Light or Heavy Hauling
Phone 218-A
NOTICE OF CONTE8T.
Department of the Interior, United
States Land Office, Miles City, Mon
tana, October .9, 1914.
To Jonas Undem of Glendive, Mont,
Contestée:
You are hereby notified that Agnes
dressnMucog—le7890$....ETAOIN ÉTE
Rinehart who gives Glendive, Mont,
as her post-office address, did on Sep
tember 11th, 1914, file in this office
her duly corroborated application to
contest and secure the cancellation of
your Homestead, Entry No. ,
Serial No. 06153 made Oct 13th, 1909,
for South Half Northeast Quarter, and
Lots 1 and 2, Section 2, Township 14
N., Range 53 E., M. Meridian and as
grounds for her contest she alleges
that said Jonas Undem has wholly
failed to establish his residence on
said land; that he has wholly abandon
ed said land for more than six months
last past; and changed his residence
therefrom; that he has done no im
provements on said land of any kind
for more than a year last past; and
there are no breaking or improve
ments or buildings on said land.
You are, therefore, further notified
that the said allegations will be taken
by this office as having been confess
ed by you, and your said entry will be
cancelled thereunder without your
further right to be heard therein,
either before this office or on appeal,
if you fail to file iu this office within
twenty days after the FOURTH pub
lication of this notice, as shown below,
your answer, under oath, specifically
meeting and responding to these al
legations of contest, or if you fail
within that time to file in this office
due proof that you have served a copy
of your answer on the said contestant
either in person or by registered mail.
ant's written acknowledgement of his
receipt of the copy, showing the date
,
If this service is made by the delivery
of a copy of your answer to the con
testant in person, proof of such serv
ice must be either the said contest
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 by
whom the copy was mailed stating
when and the post-office to which it
was mailed, and this affidavit must be
accompanied by the postmaster's re*
ceipt for the letter.
You should state in your answer
thé name of the poatoffics to which
you desire future notices to be sent
to you.
A. KIRCHER, Register.
L. A. FISHER, Atty. for Contestant.
Date of first publication Oct. 15,
1914.
Date of second publication Oct. 22,
1914.
Date of th^rd publication Oct. 29,
1914.
Date of fourth publication Nov. 6,
1914.
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With such an
Important Matter (
A PUBLIC SALE
Better let me attend
to it right L
BERT HOCKENS
Bonded Auctioneer
Glendive, Mont.
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psLcrew
Heiland BrotHers
Livery, Feed and
»Sales Barn »? »F
Horses of nil
kinds for sale,
broken and
unbroken
rTRVsTA-g 1
Barn opposite
tbe Court House
Speelal Attantlen events ümdeeekert
and Real Estate Man
Breeders of full blood Shorthorn Cattle.
Always have choice young Bulls for sale.
Ex-Mayor Lewis J. Duncan of Butte,
who recently was removed from the
offic of mayor of the mining metropo
lis, spoke at the court house Monday
evening to a small audience. He told
his side of the conditions as they exist
ed in Butte and presented the Social
ist idea of the question.
FOR 8ALE.
Brood Mares from 6 to 8 years old,
alto Goldings, 4 to 5 years old, weigh
ing 1100 to 1400, well halter-broken.
Address Glendive, Mont, or call at the
ranch on 13 Mile Creek.
35-tf. JA8. CAVANAUGH.
$100 REWARD $100
For information leading to the
arrest and conviction of any party or
parties stealing, shooting or molest
ing horses or cattle running on the
range belonging to
HARVEY BROTHERS,
or J. C. THOMPSON.
31-ly
$25.00 REWARD
For information leading to the ar
rest and conviction of party stealing
the following: from Holland's Barn,
1 Tarpaulin 10x15 feet, all one piece,
no seams, six rings fastened to it by
leather straps and rivets. $5.00 for
return of tarpaulin.
C. R MILLER,
2t-33p Circle, Montana.
FOR SALE
Mixed bunch of horses, including a
good grade stallion; brood mares
and colts and some work stock.
^ Jas. Cavanaugh,
Administrator of W. J. Eddington
Estate. tf-15.
STOLEN
$5.00 Reward.
La, Frustnow saddle, No. 606, 13-13%
inch tree, 17 inch swell, spur mark on
seat, real dark leather, rawhide braid
ed horn, double rig, leather pocket.
Leave at Monitor or enquire Steve
Jask, Glendive, Montana, Box 51, and
get reward. 341m
Announcement!
Having added to our equipment, we
will do. rough dry washings at 8c per
pound, on and after October 19th.
At this price you can have your
family laundry washed and dried at a
reasonable price. All bed and table
linen ironed. Starched prices: washed
starched and dried.
Juat call Phone No. 130 and
wagon will call.
our
Glendive Steam
Laundry
Those pictures of father and
mother—quaint in their old
fashioned clothes, are all the
more precious because they re
call the father and mother of
your childhood.
Some day your photograph
will be just as precious to oth
ers. And the present-day pho
tographer is well epuipped,
both in skill and in the tools
of his profession, to pay the
obligation that this generation
owes to the next.
TTT
R. E. WING, is the
Photographer in Glendive

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