Fallon County Times (Baker, Mont.) 1916-current, May 25, 1916, Image 4

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i «Vs 9 ¡ m # . ? ' m ü l í y f ■ ’ - ÿ î FALLON COUNTY TIMES jfe t e ' • ' ■ M innesotaYalley. Henry Polands filedi on a homestead ¿%i^riear Knobs postoffice last Saturday. 'y.'iH >': - '§f Homer Young is having a well '£&- ¡’drilled this week. ft* ’ V. r <• /' Mrs. Andy Kreager and baby spent .'. / ’ >a few da^s with her parents, Mr. and v. \Mrs. Chas. Noftsker, last week. £ 1 , \ f© ^ ^ Maude and Orville Cate and Rus- j »•. j t. < ' sell Haagenson spent Sunday at H o - ij/.t viner Young’s. f /t vf Henry Kreager is doing some ¡breaking for ^ Henry^’hBergstrom this ■ /week/ ’ •! Isaac Haagenson aud mother were Sunday visitors at Andy Kreager’s. Hans Hanson is doing some fine breaking for Oden- Myhre -with his engine. While M ell Eggrick was driving cattle last Thursday his horse be­ came frightened and threw him to the ground, causing a fracture of one of his shoulders. Quite a crowd attended the wed­ ding dance of Karl Pienon which was given at the Gus Schulz ranch last Saturday. Those from Baker were Walter Young, E. O . Witte, Mr. and Mrs. Henry^Griesy. G i 1 s I’S ; g s M ^Prompt, Careful and Skillful“Repairing. ! ' M ■ Bring your car in for overhauling before g hitting the trail and know that you have K R prepared for road travel. Thompson’s Garage Ekalaka, Montana a ■ »a m. ■ a IBI IC E IC E IC E ICE The Crowbar Ice Company, a new company, will deliver Ice at your door at the lowest price, and assure you o f full weight. You can not do better than try 1 our service thirty days T H E C R O W B A R I C E C O . T * 1' CH AS. SM ITH, Manager. Jüan i i m i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i H i i i i i n i i i i i i i i i i i i i K Si * a r â \ 3 : ,V-- •i/TC ». New roofing materials^ come and go, but the Wash- ingtonR e d — Cedar—shingles continue to fill the bill in thè. same satisfactory way! o,K, 4 You don’t experiment when you use shingles. They have proved their worth. G ■ a a ■ a i Goal A N D M “ Better Material Cheaper” Westniore UZf. Mrs. Charles Fenner has,been quif£ seriously HI the past. week. W e #re glad to report that she is somewhat better at this writing. . \ ^ ; J. W . Zook was up from Baker Monday night. j YC Westmore baseball team defeated Ismay Sunday on the local diamond by a score of 15 to 11. T h e y go io^ Plevna next Sunday for a second ganiie with that team. i * /.. The Yeoman dance Saturday, night- was quite’ well attended in spitetof the threatening weather, and' ¡those, present report a fine time.. T h e H igi be Orchestra furnished the music;’Y 5 Mrs. W m . Salmon ’ .will-entertain, the Ladies Aid on May. 31. A. C. Long and motored to Ismay Monday of~;,this week. . ■ ' __ __ hi • T h e Literary, Society wilLhold'-its’. final program on Friday* o f this weekV C. F. M cÂrdÉÏ The Ladies of . the Jolly Neighbors and others surprised Mrs. j ; ’vW . Zook at the hctfhe-of MrsJA. C; Long last Wednesday evening, and . presented her with a set of \ Old Colonial tea­ spoons as a token' of. their esteem. .Mrs. Zook and family left the-next day for Baker, where they will make their future home. Friends here re­ gret their departurev very much, but yvish them the best'of-success in-their new home. Mrs. F. A.’ Zook and Mrs. M . D: Hammond were Plevna visitors last Saturday. Westmore school close Friday. T h e youngsters , are looking forward to a big picnic dinner. •’ Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Long and Marie Faik, visited at N. A. Eggles­ ton’s Friday night. Carl Busch arid family are receiv­ ing a visit from Carl’s father of Hast-, ings, Minn. - V . T H E U N I V E R S A L C A R •> i . The after cost is the real-cost of a motor car. Because Ford cars are . carefully madej of the best material obtainable Ford after-cost is low. And in the matter of service, Ford leads. 8,800 service stations in this country, where you get quick, cour teous service at a fair, economical price. Runabout $390; Touring car $440; Coupe- let 590; Town car 640; Sedan 740. All prices f..o. b. Detroit. On sale_a.t ._ L. PRICE & C O M P A N Y .. F ^ R S A L E — Babychicks and set­ ting«,of eggs,\; Barred Plymouth ‘.Rock. Pura-bred stock. -\$1.00 for thirteen eggsi- Efay old chicks, 15c each.\ - 4 James Murphy, ’ 39 -a) G tet your graduation gifts at the H .Baker Drug Go. 47 .;*f> . & '\I • i • 9 * t i If. Don’t emulato * V . 3 this gentleman’s whisker ' crop, have your’s re­ moved painlessly. \ : 3 -U 3 ¡S < T I s TOMLYNN; F BARBER ■aHIHBgllBilBBiiBieifllli 7. E1-2SWM' SElT4NWV4rSW WNKl-4, - S«ctIon- 6, ¡Township 8 ÌN,>Ran*« 59 E; M. P. meridisn, has filed notice o f ìntentlón to make three year proof, to establish ctaim' to ' the ' land above described, b e f o r e C . Buras.- U. S ...-C o m m iss io n e r at Baker, 2ii<mtana, on the.24th day, o f June, 1916. Ciaimàtìt'Carnea ^ as' witnesses: -' Edward W. James,' Albert E. Bonner, R. Taylor Cook, Thomas J! Green all o f Baker,. Montana.* Y G,.W . Myers, Keg is 1er . NOTICE OF PUBLICATION , ^Department o f the Interior, U. S. Land O’fiicc at Miles City.¡Monti., May12th, 1916, Notice is hereby given th a t . . ' -• CURTIS ’M.SHREVE . of Wiliard. Mont. who on Sept.-11, 1911 made homestead entry No. 013200 for Wl-2. Section 82, Township 5N,,range 59E, M. P. Meridian haa filed notice o f intention to make three ydar Proof, to establish claim'tothe land above described, before L. C. Burns,*, U. S. Commissioner, at Baker, Mont, on the 24th day of,June,-.1916.' • Vl; Claimant names as witnesses: Joseph Ondrasek, William G, Moacrip, Charles Voss, John M. John-- son\'all o f Willard. Mont. f . May 18 G. W. Myers, Registbr i \ NOTICE FOR' PUBLICATION Isolated Tract PUBLIC LAND SALE Department o f the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Miles City, Mont., May 2, 1916. Notice.is hereby given that, as directed by the Commissioner o f the General Land office, under provisions o f Section 2465, K. S. pursuant to the appl cation of DAN MCDONALD Baker, Montana, Serial No, 025291, we will offer at’ public sale, to the highest bidder, but at not less than $2.00 per acre, at 10 o’clock a. m. on the 12th day o f July, 1916 next, at this office, the follow­ ing tract o f land: Nl-2 NW1-4, SE1-4 NW1-4 Sec. 20. T J N . R £9E. M. M. The sale will not be kept open, but will be de­ clared closed when those present at the hour nam­ ed have ceased bidding. The person making the highest bid will be required to immediately pay to the receiver the amount thereof. Any persons claiming adveisely the above de­ scribed land are advised to file their claims, or pbjections, on or before the the timo designated for-sale.--------. May 18 G. W. Myers, Register VINCENT DEGUERRA, ANIMAL KING, WITH HIS FIGITING LIONS TRAIN ES LMNS. UOPAUS ELETIAWTS IEAIS MCS MONKEYS SEA LIONS OREATKST RIDING CIRCUS Evtr Pr«»«nt*d, ' RALPI I0W S E l, Champion Bareback Bider o f the World. m s s 1JH9Â JEAL Famout English - Equestrienne. . TIE AEMAL BALLET. f l y i m ^Mr m a r u B . lO-TOKIO JAPANESE TROUPE-IO RALPH HOWSEITS HWH-SCHOOL HORSES L* NOVA SISTER’S AERIAL BALLET W E S L E Y S S E A , LIO N. BAND PIOS THAT 'SHOOT THE CHUTES’ .’JENNIE,” QUEST ÙVINO ELEWANT TEXAS BILL’S W ILD W E S T INCUfOINO 0KLAMMA ban , Champion Bucking Bronco Rider of the . World. MOUNTA1NWIX, ------ , Champion Rifle Shot of the World. ORIGINAL BCABWOOB STAGE COACH. One Hundred People In a Thrilling Spectacle “ TBE BANGING OF A Real, Genuine •Western-Story TEN DISTINCT .WILD ANIMAL ACTS PMESCNTXD POSITIVELY EXHIBITED WITH . YANKEE ROBINSON. THE BKMEST~ __ BRUTE , THAT WALKS THE EARTH. 10 KKZPHS TO GUAI» MM ONLY BUCKING ELEPHANT EXHIBITED T h e Parade T e lls T h e S töry Finest H o rses Ever Exhibited 101 STARTLING FEATURES FOR 1915 Y»nk*r Hofelwçii Mltk kUThr»-« King Olrouo, Wild Oìém^LUimm nnut>t vi r n > iiî5?iî _ fl HP P m r k » M B dlvV■ d tii^bìar TUEE SUWS-CIICIIS, TRAINE» « H D ANIMAL EXIIIITMN AN» W ill WEST A L L L I N D E R O n ' E E N O A M O L I « C A N V A \ \ W i n . P o e i T i V ■ i_ y e x H i ■ i n r g L * i S i - g g —B U m X Baker, Thur. June 1 , . Afternoon Performance Only NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL In the District Court of the Sixteenth Judicial District o f the State o f Montana, in and for the County o f Fallon. In the matter o f the estate o f Joseph S. Hockert, deceased. . NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL Pursuant to an order o f said Court, made on the 28th dajMjf April, 1916, notice is hereby given that FridayYiho 19th Say oCMayM916, at lO d'clock A*. M, o f said day, at the Court room o f said Court, at _the_Court House in the County o f Fallon, has Seen appointed as the time-and place for proving the'will o f Joseph S. Hockert, deceased, and for hearing the application of Marie Hockert foi* the issuance to her o f Letters Testamentary when aM-W-here any person interested may appear and conteat.the same, _ - j . . Dated April 2o, 1916. (Seal) • RALPH KEENER. Clerk. BOOTH & DOUSMAN, ; Attorneys for Petitioner. Baber. Montana 44-3. ■\NOTICE' -OF- PUBLICATION . Department o f tho Interior, U. S. land office, at Miles City, Mont.„MayT2th, 1916. ^ ■ ^ N otice is;hereby given that ,, ' WIl.i:iAsM G'MOSCRIP ^ o f Baker, Montafia, who on March 28th, 1910, made homestead Entry No. 07709 for S E 1-4, Section 12, Township 6N, Range’58 E, M. ,P. meridian, has filed notice o f intention to make five year proof, to establish claim to the, land above describ­ ed, before L .’ C.’ Bums, U, S. Commissioner at Baker, Mont, on the.23rd day of June, 1916. Claimant names as witnesses: Curtis M. Shreve,. Joseph Andra8ek, Boyd C. Spalding, Theodore Bergstrom ail o f Willard,-Mont. May-18 G. W. Myers, Register NOTJIgg FOR PUBLICATION Department/; o f Interior, U. S. Land office at Miles Citv, Mont;/ May 1, 1916. Notice-is hereby given th&t- ELIJAH A. MULKEY of Balter, Montana, heir o f Curney Mulkey deceased whoon March 10,1910 made hcir.cetcadTnfry'Nor 07240for Wl-2; Section'10, Township 4 N.Range60E m. p. -meridian, has filed notice of intention to make five year proof, to establish claim to the land above^describcd before L. C. Burns. United States Commissioner at Baker, Montana on the Nth day of June, 1916. Claimant names as witnesses: Charles H, Em­ erson, Ekalaka, Montana, Edward Varner, Bisher Montana, Edward A. Hamilton, Charles Hamilton both o f Webster, Montana. May 4 G. W . MYERS \Register. Land Office Notices NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION ^Department o f the Interior,- -U. S. -Land Office Miles City, Mont,, May 20, 1916 Notice is hereby given that , AN N IE J. SH REVE of Willard, Montana, who, on March 30. 1910, made Desert Land Entry, No. 07760, for south half. Section 2. Township 4 N., Range 59E.,_M, P. Meridian, has filed notice o f intention to make Final Proof, under Act 3-4-15, Paragraph 2. to es- tablish claim to the lar.d above described, before ll. C. Burns, U. S. Commissioner, a£ Bakferr Montana, on the 30th day o f June, 1916. Claimant names as witnesses1 H. L. C o r y 'of Baker, Montana; Ed. Burke a d Charles Voss of Willard, Montana and Jon.i Wolentz of Webster, Montana. G. W . MYERS, Rc-gister. May 25 • NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION ¿Department o f Interior, U. S, Land office at Miles City Mont., April 12, 1916. Notice ia hereby given that CHARLES F. NOFTSKER of Baker,' Montana who, on Oct. 16th, 1919, mad* homstebd. entry Number 06176 for Nl-2 S W U Sl-2 NW1-4, W l-2 NEl-4. NE1-4 NE1-4 Section 8. Township 5N Range 60E, M. P. merid­ ian/ ha* filed notice at intention to make Five year proof, to establish claim to the land above describ­ ed before L. C. Burns, U. S. Commissioner at Baker, Montana, ori-.the 24th dav o f June, 1916 Claimant names as Witnesses»: 'Albert W. Cate, Homer L. Young, Albert Wetzel, Samuel Noftsker all o f Baker, Montana. May 18 G. W. MYERS, Register NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department -of Interior, U. S. Land office at Mile3 City, Mont., May 1, 1916. Notice is hereby given that INGA L. ARNSETII formeriy .Inga Lee,- of Plevna, Montana who on July 13, 1912 made homestead entry No. 016206 for NW1-4, Nl-2 NEW . SE1-4 NEl-4. NEl-4 SE1-4. * 1 • Section 20, Township 6N, Range 58 E, m. p. merid­ ian, has filed notice of intention to make three year proof, to establish claim to the land above de­ scribed. beforft.p..C. Qpnser, United States Com­ missioner atBaker,’Montana on the‘lOth’ day-of June, 1916. - - « Claimant .names as.witnesses: Mrs. V, E. Bisbee Baker. MontAnaif HaiTy Freeman, Simon Goetz, Edw. P. O’Brien all o f Plevna, Montana/ May 4. G. W. MYERS/ ' Register, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of Interior, U. S. Land office at Miles City, Mont., May 1, 1916. Notice is hereby given that SARAH T. DOERING of Baker, Montana, who. on Nov. 25/1910, made Homestead Entry, No. 011067, for East ...Half Section 14. Township 8 N „ R a n g e 68 E., M. P. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make five year proof, to establish claim to , the land above described, before L. C. Burns, United Sbitei Commissioner,at'Bakerr Montana~on~ the- 14 day o f June, 1916. > Claimant names as witnesses: Lizzie Scott, Ed­ ward W, James, Albert Geving, Andrew Geving ail o f Baker, Montana. G. W MYERS, May. 4 Register _ _____ NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Departmenl'bf'thtrlnterior, U. S. Land Office at Miles City. Mont.. May I, 1916. Notice is hereby given that * ^ JOSEPH-W. LEE „ - of Willard, Montana, whoT'on April 3, 1913, made Homestead Entrjr No, 017735, for Wl-2 Sec­ tion 28, Township 6N, Range 58E M. P. meridian lias filed notice of intention to make three year proof, to establish claim to the land above decrib- .ed..before L. C.’ BURNS, U. S. Commissioner, at Baker, Mont., on the 14 day o f June, 1916. - Claimant names as witnesses: Henry H.- Lee, G. O. Everson both o f Willard, Montana, A . J. Bran»'ermhui, Rudolph Brandermhul both of Calumet, Montana. G. W. MYERS, May 4 Register NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department o f the Interior. U. S. Land Office. Miles City, Mont May 12, 1916. , Notice is hereby given that JESSIE ANDREWS Webster, Mont, who on July 31st, 1912, made home­ stead entry No. 015413 for Sl-2, Section 25, town­ ship 3 N,JFtange_69E, M. P. meridian has filed notice of Intention to make~three year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before L. C. Bur- s, U. S. Commissioner at Baker, Mont on the 24th day o f June, 1916. Claimant names as Witnesses. Harvey C. Sleeth, Charles Atchisor, Robert C. O. Norman, Alfred H. Webster ail c f Webster, Montana. May 18 G. W ; Myers, Register NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department o f the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Miles City, Montana, May 1,1916. Notice is hereby given that I..* ’ ' ' AUGUST C.'PREUSS . . o f WUiasd, Montana who,on July 2 0 .1910-Juiy 11, 1912, made Homestead’Entries N o s ..09998—916187,' for SW1-4, Sec 12—E1-2NW1-4. section 13, town­ ship 3N, Kange 58 E, m. p. meridian, has filed notice o f intention to make five year proof, to establiSh*claim-to*thelandabovedescribedrbefore S.‘ J. Emswiler, U. S. Commissioner at . Ekalaka > Montana, on the lOth day o f June, 1916. ,? Claimant names as witnesses: James C. .Aber - nathy, Michael F. Caveney,\ Winfred Zetler, John Rink all o f Willard, .Montana. May 4 G. W. Myers, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department o f the Interior U. S, Lar.d Office at Miles City, Mont, May 12,1916. Notice is hereby given that WILLIAM O. DAVIDHISER o f Baker, Montana who on Feb, 12, 1913 made i homestead- entry No, 017167 for lots 1. 2, 3, 4. B, 6, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION ----- , Department of Interior. U. S. Land office at Miles City, Mont., May 12, 1916. Notice is hereby given that HOMER I. YOUNG of Baker, Montana who on Nov. 6th, 1909 made Homestead Entry No. 06429 for Sl-2, Section 32, Township 6N, Range 60 E„ M. P. Meridian has filed notice o f intention to make Five year proof, to establish claim'to the land above described, be^ fore L. C. Burns, U. S. Commissioner at Baker, , Montar.a on the 24th day o f June, 1916. Claimant names as witnesses: Charles Noftsker G st Shultz, Mid Egerick and Hosea Cate all o f Baker. Mont. . „ G. W. MYERS. ’ . Register

Fallon County Times (Baker, Mont.), 25 May 1916, located at <http://montananewspapers.org/lccn/sn84036037/1916-05-25/ed-1/seq-4/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.