The Montanian (Choteau, Mont.) 1890-1901, February 17, 1893, Image 8

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«N otico to Stockmen--.Es fray». Tke publi-ber r>f T ns M ontaxian boreby agrees to \ ublish notices of es- trayed horses free of charge: Provided, however, that when ary stock is recov­ ered by reason of such publication the party recovering said stock bo published •kail pay to the publisher of this paper ts for every animal so recovered, Par­ ties reporting estrays are requested to band in full description with all other Information which might enable the owner* to make their identification vl property satisfactory to all concerned. AH information, other than brands, will ke withheld from publication. In cases where persons loosing stock, ad' ertiae, rewards offered Bhould be deposited; Ike party claiming the same should ap­ ply with the animals in his possession etiher here o r to the owner for the same whan, if satisfactory and the horses are kerned over, the money deposited as a •sward will be paid to the claimant on order of the owner. For the above porposeswe will open 4 Free Estray column in this paper. ¿11 per« ons making use of the same must aeeapiy with the above rules. ■ . . . i . - -------------------------------------- JEstrayed or Lost. Two sorrel geldings, 5-yeare-old, brand, reversed 5 on left hip. One bad baiter •a when last seen, about April 1st. $20 •eward will be paid for their recovery. L «ok them up, boys. One black horse, branded half circle *a left shoulder. $10 reward for their •«•«very. Apply at this office. About the last of September, one dark *r blaek mare, three years old, branded •Bertram JHS on right shoulder, spot pa forehead. Also one colt, white on ••««; same brand. $10 reward for re* ••very of each. Apply at this office. Oae gray horse, branded spear tew head on left thigh. $10 rewi pwovery of each. eo spear or ar- $10 reward for Ist rayed, one aaddle horse, ___ _ ba; branded P on left shoulder. One bay •addle bores, braded IK (large) on left shoulder. A reward of $5 each will be yoid. _ ______________________ F i c m hoteau sometime during the •»•nth of September, 1891, one aorrel boree, coming four years old, branded 8 N [bar underneath] on right Shoulder, brand considerally blotched, t f reward for his recovery. Apply at this office. ^strayed: One bay gelding, branded j. •a left thigh, and veuted same on left shoulder. Weighs about 1,100 pounds. $J0 reward for bis recovery. Between the middle and last of June on 35 reward for information leading to his recovery. Address this office. •no light bay horse branded 1 ibar) left shoulder; left hind foot white. One 8-year-old bay Norman mare, branded N 8 on left shoulder, vent same •n same shoulder, and F C on left thigh. $15 dollars reward on delivery at this •fflee. ________________ Ons black gelding, 7 years old, branded •ying V on left shoulder. One stra wberry roan mare, 4 years old, branded a on left shoulder. $5 reward per head at this office. On or about July 27th, one black horse, white strip on forehead, branded K I P o n left shoulder, vented same on left thigh. $5 rewaid for recovery. Ap­ ply at this office. From Perrysburg, on the Teton, on the 10th day of April, 1889, one bay stud colt, one year old; branded IJ) on left shoulder. A reward of $5 will be S aid for bis lecovery, or information rading thereto. Address ibis office. JiOTICEFOR PUBLICATION. L and O m a t at H elena , mont ., Feb. 7,1893. Notice la hereby given that the following- gamed settler bae tiled notice o f hie Intention to make final proof in support of bia claim, and that said proof will be made before A. u. Warner, U. b. Comralsnoner, at Cbotean. JAoetauu, on March 28, 1893, viz: C. WALTER CHISHOLM, who made pro-« mption declaratory statement No. 11CW for tbo nw4 awt, section 1. lot 1, *e* pe*. and nef set, section 2, Tp. 25 N, it Sweat. 'S o names the following witnesses to prove bis continuous residence upon and cultivation of, said land, mjb : James W . Fryer, Gue Mom- berg, of Cbotean, and Charles Harris and Oia Xaowlton, of bynum, Montana. 6. A. SWJGGLTT. Eogifitor. Fjx«t pvhlicsUoc Fob. 17 . T. C. POWER & BRO, GROCERIES, DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, GENTS FURNISHINGS. HATS 8s OAFS. HARNESS A SADDLES. Old Reliable Stiuliler Wagons, Waeons, Road Carts Walter A. Wood Machines. - New Tubular Mowers , Enclosed Gear Mowers, One A Two-horse Hay Rakes, Self-Binders. Binder Twine. S t a t e -A-G- j z j s t t s i f o k M A T R I M O N I A L ! r*«kapa ol Cafclatk SIi* Fleittm. Aie» fuH written dMsrlptioa* (in . eli 1 !ta^rpfidecc«.]orre*pceiabl» Jvlict wbo xrai't to correspond for Tun or nstriicony, s rnt ill plain, .•cile.t en-. elopo lor only 10 c. Wo i>arc 3 , 00 U lady members of every age and nationality, many are bean tifnl and rree'tby. Give -'cscrlpUon of Indies vrlth vrbora you wish to ¡correspond. Can enityon. Address „ _ _____ J DRAWER 597 CHISAGO III. iO N F E 8 S§ON 3 o f a n A C T R E S WRITTEN BY HERSELF. _ This book reveals in na£c<»a truth the snares, pitfalls and temptations which assail young Kirla trho aspire to staff© life* The schemes of tbo libep* tlno against virtu© are revealed. A ffveafc ©»• S l f f S I ' l l 8 S & Ï 8 W  « , ILU V w treatment 3 i . __ *f Bellerflle, Kan.; “When I began yonr so e- — treatment 3 mee. age I wae eo, schsctted by alimenta that I ootild not Before., Weight MS Hi IIS lb* SOhe t BntL.... 4* In. tí la. Il ta. Waletu. *0 la. » ta. 11a. l and palee are all gone. My Mende ara Hin*. ... S7a. l «lia. t lx. enrprlMd, Will chaetfblly reply to iaeclriee «Ulk itaaepa l elend.1* PATIENTS TREATED BY MAIL. CONFIDENTIAL Hannleie. Ho Starring. Band • ernte In susm I tit aartiealan la bi . a. a. r. simi. ■nuers nurn, turnt, iil do any work. The accompanying fig- arc. Àhowhe t result of 3 months* treat, tatet I noweet f like s new being, lilt and palee ate all gone. My Menda are S U S ulars regard. Marked » ., every thins in the money — *-** - free. JESLY in» dioè°that POSSITI control the inside or oqmu _ Banklnjr Crap Gansea only. • , _ HOLD-OUTS, WBlEBIiL Back. Playing Corda, Loaded Plea «ml line. Hew work that wim tne New work that «igi DIP. Tbs advantages clalnei for this Dip aro: It in Non-I’oisonous, and can be used with per- cct safety at all times and iu all circumstances. It saves timo and trouble, no precautions being equlred as iu tho raro of poisonous Dips. It does not stain the wool, but promotes and mproves its qrowth, improves tho appearance •na inoreasi's the value of the wool. it is emu nosed of the veav best materials, and irver v*.r.o, m etre-ngth ana quality. It nerpr fails to produce tho desired effect Its effects are Lasting. It is easy to uso and does not require heating. 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The Montanian (Choteau, Mont.), 17 Feb. 1893, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.