The Dillon Examiner (Dillon, Mont.) 1891-1962, May 01, 1918, Image 7

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Wednesday, May 1, 1918. THE DILLON EXAMINER Hi The new 1918 Improved Oakland Six are here and they are sure dandies. If you like to see something new in motor car design, come and see the new Nash. DILLON AUTO CO., Agent 27 Helena St. DILLON, MONTANA Phone 39-J CLASS ONE MEN UN­ TIL EXHAUSTED District Quotas to Bo Fixed By t-lie Number of Eligible Men In Division. Washington, April 24—Congress lias just changed the army draft regulations so that men needed in agriculture or industry won't be drafted from one district while the workers in non-essentials are draft free in another. It took nearly three months to pass the clasification bill,” but the job is finally done. The bill changes apportionment of draft quotas drastically, as fol­ lows: Quotas will be figured on a basis of the number of eligible men in class 1, not on a percentage of the total registration. If Butte has fewer physically competent men in class 1 than has another city of the same size, rewer men will be called from Butte than from that other city. Or it will work the other way around. Uncle Sam will base his call to Butti on the number of physically fit men in class 1, rather than on the total number of males within draft age. Another important bill affectftig the draft is still tied up in the house. This is the bill to make men who have become 21 since last June liable to draft. This bill, the war department figures, would let into the draft more than 700,000 new class one men. It would set far in the future the day when men with dependents will have to be cal­ led to the colors. Both house and senate have tak­ en their time in respect to these bills. Both were strongly urged in General Crowder’s report the first week in December, when congress reconvened for the present session. The “clasification bill” was intro­ duced in the senate January 15, and passed March 1. A duplicate of the senate bill as passed was substituted for a house bill on the same subject that had been previously introduced, but it was April 13 before the senate bill was passed by the house. The to­ tal time taken to make the bill a law, was, therefore, nearly three months. Recent draft calls have been sent out under the old law, because we had to have new men to keep our cantonments and training facilities at work. The war could not wait on congress. There was strong oposition to the clasification bill largely dictated by politics. Congressmen and senators from districts where there is a pre­ ponderance of class 1 men were afraid to touch a thing that affected their constituents so vitally. Support of the new law has come in great measures from country dis­ tricts, where there are fewer un­ married men of draft age, in pro­ portion to population than in big cities. Congressional action on the bill to make men who have reached i l since registration day subject to draft has been even slower than that on the classification bill. Introducing in both houses and senate Jan. 15, it has not yet been reported out by the house mili­ tary committee. The senate passed it March 29, but house military committeemen say they have no idea when it will be reported out. MEN COMING OF AGE TO BE CALLED TO COLORS Washington, April 25—The house late today adopted the senate reso­ lution for the registration- for mili­ tary of young men who have reach­ ed the age of 21 years since June 5 last. The measure now goes to con­ ference. An amendment offered by Representative Hull of Iowa, .and adopted, 119 to SI, provides that men registered under the bill shall be placed at the bottom of the class­ es to which they may be -resigned. METHODIST CHURCH SERVICES SUNDAY, MAY 5 Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. by Pastor H. G. Humphrey. Epworth league at 7 p. m. Song service, followed by preach- in at 8 p. m. Services at Apex school house at 3 p. m. May 5th. Preaching by the pastor, H. G. Humphrey. THE HOTEL BANK, new and up- to date-, corner of Arizona and Ga­ lena streets, Butte, Mont. Phone 1570. Rooms with or without bath. Rates $1.00 per day and up­ wards.—Mrs. Beatrix Parker, Pro­ prietress. 27tf Jack Miller was a Jackson visitor in our midst last Friday. courtroom at the courthouse at the city of Dillon in said county on the 9th day of May, 1918, at 10 o’clock A. M., to show cause why the pray­ er of said petition should not be granted and said real property leas ed as prayed for; and it is further ordered that a copy of this order be published two successive weeks next before said date in the Dillon examiner, a newspaper published in the county aforesaid. Dated April 23rd, 1918. JOS. C. SMITH, 37-W2 Judge. Mr. and Mrs. James Judge, Mr. and Mrs. George Harrison, the Pahnisch brothers, Andy Pyle and many other Grasshopper residents were here Monday to attend the funeral of the late James Purdy. ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE AGAINST LEASE In the District Court of the Fifth Judicial District of the State of Mon­ tana, and for the County of Beav- head. In the matter of the estate of Walter J. Crowell, deceased. Millie J. Crowell as administra­ trix of the estate of Walter J. Cro­ well, deceased, havinf filed herein her petition in due form praying for an order of this court authorizing and directing her to lease certain real property belonging to said es­ tate for-the period of three years at an annual rental of fifteen hundred dollars, said property being a desert land entry No. 4728, filed on May 27th, 1899, containing 320 acres, more or less, and 200 acres located in what will be when surveyed sec­ tion 21 of Township 14, south of range 11 west of the Montana Prin­ cipal Meridian; reference is hereby made to the petition on file for fur­ ther particulars. IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED that all persons interested in said estate appear before this court in its Notice For Publication—Isolated Tract—No. 014035. Public Land Sale. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Helena, Montana, March 18, 1918. Notice is hereby given that, as dir ected by the Commissioner of the General Land Office, under provis­ ions of Sec. 2455. R. S., pursuant to the application or Effle D. McNinch, Serial No. 014935, we will offer at public sale, to the highest bidder, but at not less than $2.50 per acre, at 3 o’clock p. m., on the 10th day of May, next, at this office, the fol­ lowing tract of land: S%NE!4 sec­ tion 11; S^NW^4 section 12, town­ ship 13 S., range 9 W., Montana mer­ idian (160 acres.) \This tract is ordered into the market on a showing that the great­ er portion thereof is mountainous or too rough for cultivation.\ The sale will not be kept open, but will be declared closed when those present at the hour named have ceased bidding. The person making the highest bid will be re­ quired to immediately pay to the Re­ ceiver the amount thereof. Any persons claiming adversely the above-described land are advised to file their claims, or objections, on or before the . time designated for sale. JOS. OKER, 34-5' Register. NOTICE OF OWNERSHIP. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, C. W. Stallings, who resides at Bannack, Montana, is the sole owner of, and does now conduct and intends to conduct at Bannack, Montana, a business for the purpose of mining and milling of ores; which business is conducted and is intend­ ed to be conducted by him under the name and style of Bannack Mining and Milling Co. Dated April 11, 1918. C. W. STALLINGS. STATE OF MONTANA, ss. County of Beaverhead. On this 11th day of April, 1918, before me the undersigned, a no­ tary public, personally appeared C. W. Stallings, known to me to be the person whose name is subscribed to the foregoing instrument and ac­ knowledged to me that he executed the same. In witness whereof I have hereun­ to set my hand and affixed my notar­ ial seal, the day and year first above written. F. L. GRAVES, JR. Notary Public In and for Mon­ tana, residing at Bannack, Montana. My commission expires May 9, 1919. 36-4t NO. 018983. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. United States Land Office, Helena, Montana, April 5, 1918. Notice is hereby given that the Northern Pacific Railway company, whose postoflice is St. Paul, Minne­ sota, has this 5t.h day of April, 1918, filed in this office its application to select under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved July 1, 1898, 130 Stat. 597, 620.) NW% of SW% Section 11, township 9 S., R. 14 W., Montana Meridian. Any and all persons claiming ad­ versely the lands described, or de­ siring to object because of the miner­ al character of the land, or any other reasons, to the disposal to applicant, should file their affidavits of protest in this office, on or before the 1st day of June, 1918. JOS. OKER, Register. Published in Dillon Examiner, located at Dillon, Montana. 36-5t Notice For Publication—No. 018950. United States Land Office, Helena, Montana, March 25, 1918. Notice is hereby given that Jere­ miah Collins, whose postoflice ad­ dress is Washington, D. C., has this 25th day of March, 1918, filed in this office his application to select un­ der the provisions of sections 2306 and 2307 R. S., the SW&SE& sea tion 14, township 7 S., range 9 W., Montana meridian. Any and all persons claiming ad versely the lands described, or de­ siring to object because of the min­ eral character of the land, or for any other reason, to the disposal to ap­ plicant, should file their affidavits of protest In this office, on or before the 29th day of May, 1918. JOS. OKER, 34-5 Register. No. 010970-011074 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Helena, Montana, April 15, 1918. Notice is hereby given that An­ drew V. Birrer, of Dell, Montana, who on February 3, 1915, made H. E. No. 010976 for S% SE% Sec. 12; W%NE%, Sec. 13, T. 13 S., R. 9 W.; and on June 23, 1916, made additional II. E., No. 011674, for lots 3 and 4, Sec. 7 T. 13 S., R. 8 W.; and N^SE%, Section 12, Township 13 S., R. 9 W., Montana Meridian, has filed notice of in­ tention to make three year proor, to establish claim to the land above described, before F. A. Hazelbaker, United States Commissioner, at Dil Ion, Montana, on the 29th day of May, 1918. Claimant names as witnesses: Lewis E. McNinch, Ejijah F Price and Charles Seybold, of Dell Montana and Clarence E. McGee, of Lima, Montana. JOS. OKER, Register. 37-5t. No. 018984. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR United States Land Office at Hele­ na, Montana, April 3, 1918. Notice is hereby given that Charles Peterson, by Lutner T. Hau- berg, his attorney in fact, whose post office address is Helena, Mon- ana, has this 3rd day of April, 1918, filed in this office his applica­ tion to select under the provisions of fhe Act of July 1, 1898, 1 30 Stat., 597-620), the following lands: Beginning at a point 80 rods north of the quarter corner on fhe west line of Sec. 8, T. 11 S., R. 9 W., M. M., Cor. 1 and running thence east 80 rods to Cor. 2; thence south 160 rods to Cor. 3 thence west 80 rods to Cor. 4; thence north 160 rods to Cor. 1, the place jf begih-- ning, known to be the SW V*. NW Vi and NW % SW% of Sec. 8 T. 11 S„ R. 9 W., M. M., 80 acres. The above lands are officially sur­ veyed in the field, and the survey monument to which reference is made is that now in place. Any and all persons claiming ad­ versely the lands described, or de­ siring to object because of the mineral character of the land, or for any other reason, to the disposal to applicant, should file their affidavits of protest in this office on or before the 25th day of May, 1918. JOSEPH OKER, 35-57 Register. Notice for Publication—No. 011402- 011800. Department of the Interior, U. S Land Office, at Helena, Montana April 11, 1918. Notice is hereby given that Aren le C. Henneberry, of Dillon, Mon­ tana, who on May 20th, 1915, made H. E. No. 011492 for SE% SW%, SMsSEV*, Sec. 13; NE% NWy*, Sec. 24; and on June 23, 1916, made additional H. E., No. 011800, for SE14 NW3/4, N% NE^4. and SE% NE Vi, Sec. 24, Township 9 S., Range 10 W., Montana Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make three year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Fred Rife, clerk of the District Court, at Dillon, Montana, on the 30t.h day of May, 1918. Claimant names as witnesses: James O. Melton, Parley A. Dan- sie, and Diggle Emerick, of Dillon, Montana, and Smith M. McKnight, of Dell, Montana. 3 7-W5 JOS. OKER, Register. Notice for Publication—No. 011302- 011858. Department of tne Interior, U. S. Land Office at Helena, Montana, April 9, 1918. Notice is hereby given that Roy Pickerill, of Dillon, Montana, who on March 16, 1915, made H. E. No. 011362 for S% SW!4, Sec. 23, E% NW Vi , Sec. 26; and on February 9, 1916, made additional H. E. No. 011858, for Sy2 SE%, Section 22; and W% NE%, Section 27, Town­ ship 7 S., Range 10 W., Montana Meridian, has filed notice of inten­ tion to make three year proof, to es­ tablish claim to the land above de­ scribed, before F. A. Hazelbaker, United States Commissioner, at Dil­ lon, Montana, on the 22nd day of May, 1918. Claimant names as witnesses: Jardine Rife, Homer S. Pilon, and James Phillips, of Dillon, Mon­ tana, and Orrin J. Sholl, of Argen- ta, Montana. 36-5 JOS. OKER, Register (Brand Imprint) Mazda Lamps Take home a box of better light—a carton of five MAZ­ DA lamps. They will better your sight and keep your electric bills down. This store is headquarters for time-saving household de­ vices. DILLON ELECTRIC SUPPLY Breeding Ewes For Sale One band of two-year-olds, cross-bred breeding ewes; one band of two to four-year- olds, white-faced, medium- wooled breeding ewes; one band of two to four-year-old Hampshire breeding ewes. These sheep are in first clai& condition; home-raised; ages guaranteed; and good, heavy, shearing sheep. For particulars call on or address, J. E. MORSE, Dillon, Mont. Subscribe for the Dillon Examiner. Partner Wanted. Party with $1,500 to share in grain crop; no risk; fine, irrigated Beaver­ head farm; investment and 10 per cent guaranteed with 25 per cent of profits of crop; should pay 500 per cent within 9 months; splendid op­ portunity; write for details. — Box 392, Dillon, Montana. SS-tf * * *■ »

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