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* 1 .. ' - •■ '* *\ w. .'.xy> •?\^^ftvea'5-ton'^motor‘’.truck Wiliconsider any kind.of hauling:. Would be pleased io communicate with parties in Agawam, Bynum and Farmington. C. E. Thomas, Choteau. SidewalkiGonstruction- t j ’ • Sidewalk and For Hot M e a l s and Short O r d e r s Go to THE LITTLE GEM RESTAURANT A. 0. POND, Prop. O P E N A L L H O U R S Dag and night Call in and s e e us toe can please ffOU First door north o f Butcher Shop S U N N Y S I D E H O T S P R I N G S The headwaters o f Alhambra is todag considered the most popular health resort in the state. Situated on the G. N . 14 miles south of Helena . Special rates from all points A s k gout agent. Rates reasonable. Trained parses and massures in attend ance. Free bus meets all trains, D . I. A M E S . Mgr. List Your Hanches with the Choteau Investment Company Present Address: I. A. STUB, 19-21 Dunn Block Great, Falls, ont Reliable Watches Elgin. Waltham. Illinois. Hampden. Let us show you the Hamilton watch, the finest railroad watch made. Our repairing advertises itself. HOLLAND, the Jeweler Eighty-rod reel painted barb wire, $2.50 per reel. Choteau Hardware Company. STHAYED—Black horse, six years old, star in forehead, brand on left shoulder, splint left front leg, heavy mane and tail, 16 hands high, weight about 1200 pounds. Strayed from pasture near Farm ington. Will pay a liberal re ward for his return or for infor mation leading to his recovery. Notify H. Metz, Farmington, or Chas. Metz, Choteau. FOR SALE—Two shares of farmers’ ditch water at reasonable price. H. Bremer. Notice of Concrete ‘ Curb Construction* Office of the Town Clerk, Cho teau, Montana, May 29, 1914: Notice is hereby given that the town council of the Town of Cho- teau, Montana, at its regular meeting, held on May 25th, 1914, ordered concrete walk and curbs constructed along the following streets: South line of First street N E, from Main ave to First alley E, abutting the sides o f lot 1, block 12, 15 feet wide; south line of First street N W, from Main ave to First ave S W, abutting side o f lot9 1 and 28, block 13, 15 feet wide; south line First street N W, from First ave S W to Third ave S abutting lots 1 and 28, block 14, lots 1 and 28, block 15, 5k feet wide; north line of ‘ First street N E and N W, from First alley E to First ave N W, abutting lot 6, block 11, lots 6 and 7, block 10, 15 feet wide; north line First street N W, from First ave N W to Seventh ave N W, abutting lots 6 and 7, block 9, lots 6 and 7, block S, ok feet wide; also un platted ground between Third ave N VY and Seventh ave N W, 54 feet wide; north line of Division street from Main ave to First ave N W, abutting lots 14 and 15, block 13, 15 feet wide; north line Division street from First ave N W to Third ave N YV, abutting lots 14 and 15, block 14, lots 14 and 15. block 15, ok feet wide; south line Division street from First ave S YV to/Third ave S YYr, abutting lots 1 and 28, block 17, lots 1 and 28, block 16, ok feet wide; north side of First street S VY from West Court to Third ave S W, abutting lot 14, block 18, lots 14 and 15, block 17, lots 14 and 15, block 16, ok feet wide; south side First street S YV from Main ave to Third avenue S W, abutting lot 1, block 1, Hirsh- berg’s addition, lots 1 and 28, block 43,Hazlett’s second addition, lots 1 and 28, block 42, Hazlett’s seeond addition, and unplatted ground block 1, Hirshberg’s ad dition, 54 feet wide; First ave SYV from First street S VY7 to First street N YV7, abutting lots 1 to 14, block 18, lots 1 to 14, block 13, lots 15 to 28, block 17, lots 15 to 28. block 14, 5k feet; Second ave from Second street S YYr to First street N W, abutting lots 1 to 14, block 43, lots 1 to 14, block 17, lots 1 to 14, block 14, lots 15 to 28, block 42, lots 15 to 2S, block 16, lots 15 to 28, block 15, 5i feet wide; Third avenue from Second street S W to First street N W , abutting lots 1 to 14, block 42, lots 1 to 14, block 16, lots 1 to 14, block 15, lots 15 to 28, block 41, lots 15 to 28, block 38, and un platted ground between Third and Seventh aves N W, 54 feet wide; Main ave north from Division street to Fourth street, abutting lots 1 to 14, block 12. lots 1 to 6, block 11, lots 1 to 14, block 4, lots 1 to 14, block 3, lots 15 to 28, block 13, Iot9 7 to 12, block 10, lots 15 to 2S, block 5, lots 15 to 28, block 2,15 feet wide; Main ave north from Fourth street to Sixth street, abutting lots 1 to 14, block 26, lots 1 to 14, block 30, lots 15 to 28, block 25, lots 15 to 28, block 31, 6 feet wide; First ave N YV from First street N YV to Fourth street N YV, abutting lots 1 to 6, block 10, lots 1 to 14, block 2, lots 7 to 12, block 9, lots 15 to 2t>, block 6, lots 15 to 28, block 1. The names of the streets and avenues along which said side walks and curbs are ordered con structed appear upon the min utes of the council of the above date, to which reference is hereby made. All walk and curb remaining unbuilt at the expiration of thirty days (3n) will be built by the town sidewalk contractor and all costs assessed as a special tax to the' abutting property, all in accord ance with the provisions of Ordi nance No. 24 o f the town of Cho teau, Mont. A. L. Powers, Town Clerk. First publication May 29. t i for 1915 T H E M O N T A N A N has its line of calendars for the year 1 9 1 5 , and, with= out question it is the I n T h i s S e c t i o n far excelling the ones handled by^ us during the past year. W e are selling th e m at a very reasonable figure. W o YA/111 y o u If you have not ordered your calendars for next year com e in and look» over our sam ples The printing on these calendars will be done right here in Choteau, thus insuring the correct spelling of names, and also saving considerable in express charges. M o n tanan t