The Ismay Journal (Ismay, Mont.) 1910-1933, August 30, 1912, Image 4

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! > O-’. h fl> II 'A,. I U- K .hL*:- r # l ?r|-° ;/ I » L 3 £ -> ' W f - ! • ™ l X wy I r Baker Mont. r iL>h j< A >L Ui JtMJ i rVVlVlVr TWi H ' n ' D R . G . A . IfrAAAA UiUf Uj«#r#r n r VTV* T n' T ’ TI Mr l ' l ’ l ’ Ir W T W * L E W I S Physician - and - Surgeon | Office: One door west of the Bank. Hours—10 to 12a. m.,2,to 4 p.m. \\ Leave Calls at . Drug store ISMAY, -' - >MONT. MWfc* ■ w. s D R . M . H . H E L D M AN Physician - Surgeon AND ^ Accoucheur ** Office: EARLIN3BURV BLDO t ISMAY MONT. G E O . W . F A R R Attorney and Counsellor at Law Practice ip alljS.tate ape} Federal Courts and U. S. Land Offices. ./ (T Offices: MILB9 city , M ont . C. H. GROTE ... Barber... 1 I ...MW, **% * J Agfchcy lo t the Miles Q ty Steam Laundry T H E IS M A Y JO U R N A L Pabllsbed By HARRY W. WILSON F R A N K GIBBS MaftfUrtti, N. 0 . L icensed FON ehal D irector For North Dak. and Mont. A Specialty of Shipping Cases A full line of caskets of all sizes always on hand. ■i * li H . C. PLIMPTON Undertaker Mlldi City, Modi, Supplies handled at Yard of Midland Coal & Lbf. Co. 9MAY - MOOT. W. H. 8 VAN NOSTRAND M « General | Blacksmithing and t» » Repair » 1 \ Work. » , b* HOfseshoemjf a Specialty? M b f c r ; V a S .. 1 • , S y i -. ’. v , . Agent for Minneapolis%Thr< lera. SUBSCRIPTION, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE One Year - - - 12.00 Six Months - - - - - 1.25 1 ADVERTISING RATES 017 AOTIffOATfON ^ ■ ' k ^ ~ . - ' M «•’*•.: ,l- : ■•\:■> \*i**~r > - ttJ .... ■ - ,' ' ‘.'..'JV .'\'.’I . ... ... ! ........................... • -• -■ . .'r.-.Jyv irt s. off Notice, for Pubticatioai&p ■■ '* ■* ■••/ * r> L^lliAvfC Department of the Interior,',<jj$srixand Office at Miles City, Mohtana|^July 26, 1912, Notice is hereby,.giv'eh thatiClarepce R. Huntzioker',:4of Tsmay,;!jMbiftana, who, on A p r il'13,- :1908,-; madeS^tome- f^er Coanty Commissioner. Believing that Eastern Custer coun­ ty should have ft more direct repre­ sentative in county affairs, and having been requested by many Fast Side vot­ ers to become a candidate, I hereby take this opportunity to announce my­ self as a candidate for County Com­ missioner, subject to the decision of the Republican county convention. B. C. BALDWIN. Carl ye, March 1st, 1912. f k Notice fir Publication. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Miles City, Montana, July 19, 1912. Notice is hereby given that Ernest V. Bennett, of Mildred, Montana, who on July 14, 1908, made homestead en­ try no . 0100, for sH sw34 & se J4, section 28, Township llN, Range 54 e , M. P. Meridian, has filed notice of in­ tention to make three year Proof to establish claim to the land above described, before Leon C. Hayes, tr. s. Commissioner, at Ismay, Montana, on the 29th day of August, 1912. Claimant names as witnesses: Floyd D.- Ellsworth, George B. French, B. J. Ttyerhe, all of Mildred, Montana, Her­ man L. Struckmeyer, of Ismay, Mont. A. KIRCHER, Register. -sr s Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, tr. s. Land office, at Miles City, Montana, July 31, 1912. Notice 13 hereby given that August R. EsbeuGi* of Westmore, Montana, who dh May 10, 1909 and June.l, 1909 made Homestead Entry No. 04350 and additional Homestead Entry No. 04707 for si2l4 <^.SW}^, Section 2, Township 8 n , -Range S7 e , M. P. Meridian has filed notice of intention to make three year, proof to establish claim to the land above described before Leon C. HayeB, Commissioner at Ismay, Montana, on the 13th day of Septem­ ber, 1912. Claimant names an witnesses: Charles Cremerj of Plevna, Montana., John Mack, Clark Ferris, Fredrick Jassaud, all of Westmore, Montana. A. Kircher, Register. stead Entry N xl 5149, SeriaI[No:i03207, for S e J4, Section '14, ; To.whship5>-9N, «ange 55 e , M.,P. MeridianVJ-hasMled notioe of intention to make.tfireefyear tHree^vear Proof to establish' claim ..to&tKMiand above-described, before Leon ClJiay.es, <u. s. Commissioner, at IsmayJSMon- tana, on the 5th day of Septeffibe5£l912. Claimant names as witnesses^:?/ Frank Cass, N. A. Shipman,-.'^William iFisher, Julius Zabel, all of^jsmay, •Montana. ‘ ' -4^ i> A. Kircher, Register- Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, TJ.,S. Land Office at Miles city, Mont, July 24,' 1912. Notice is hereby given that/ Christ Nelson, of Mildred, Montana, who, on May 7, 1908, and May 13, 1909,'_made H. E. No. 5311, Serial No. 03349, and additional H. E. No. 04476, for wH swk», sH n w ^ ; wH se J$, ne H swi<* & nw K n w K i section 32, Township llN, Range 55 e , m . p . Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make three year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Leon C. Hayes, u. S. Commissioner, at Ismay, Montana, on the 4th day of September. 1912. Claimant names as witnesses: Chris­ tian Jacobson, Sven Anderson, Arn­ old Finvold, Ekard Salset, all, of Mil­ dred, Montana. A. Kircher, Register. Notice of Publication. Department of the Interior, tr. s. Land Office, Miles City, Montana, July 24, 1912 Notice is hereby given that Allen L. Grinnell, of Ismay, Montana, who. on April 12, 1909, and July 13, 1909. S ade homestead entry No. 04147 and Iditiohal,.homestead entry No. 05325, for SEkt; SWJ4, lots 2 <& 3, Section 2, Township 8N, Range 53E, M. p. Mer­ idian, has'filed notice of intention to make three year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, be­ fore Lfeon C. Hayes, tr. 8. Commission­ er, at Ismay, Montana, on the 4th day of September, 1912. Claimant names as witnesses: Nor- dahl J. Evenson, M. B. Frost, Ray Bonnell, Oscar Braekett, all of Ismay, Montana. A. K ircher , Register. Notice for Publication. N otice eor P ublication . Department of the Interior, u. s. Land Office, Miles City, Montana, Aug. 20, 1912. Notice is hereby given that J. J. Heywood Daly, of Knowlton, Montana who on June 21, 1912, made homestead entry No. 014962, for e M ne ^ , e ^ se H. SWM NEjq, Sec. 12, T. 6 n , R. 53 e , Lot 14, Sec. 6, Lots 1, 2, Sec. 7, Township 6 n , Range 54 e , Montana Principal Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make final three year proof, to es­ tablish claim to the land above de­ scribed, before L. 0. Hayes, U. S. Com­ missioner at Ismay, Montana, on the First day of October, 1912. Claimant names as witnesses: Eugene Mireau. of Knowlton, Mont., Sam* Kotchel, of Knowlton, Mont., Albert Roberts, of Ismay, Mont., Frank Cass, of Ismay, Mont. , A. KIRCHER, Register. Department of the Interior, tr. S. Land office, Miles city, Montana, July 24,1912. Notice is hereby given that Sven Anderson, of Mildred, Montana, who, oh April 12, 1909, and May 11, 1909, made Homestead Entry No. 04148 and additional Homestead Entry no . 04399, fdr & NwK, section 8, Township 10N, Range 55 e , m . P. Meridian, has filed notihe of intention te make three year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Leon- <3. Hayes, tt. S. Commissioner, at Ismay, Montana, on the 4th day of September, 1912. Claimant names as witnesses: Christian Jacobson, Arnold Finvold, Christ Nelson, Ekard Salset, all, of Mildred, Montana. A, Kircher, Register. Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, tf.a.Land Office, Miles City, Montana, July 20, 1912. Notice is hereby given that Herbert W. Huatzicker, of Ismay, Montana, who, on April 13, 1908, made Home­ stead Entry No- 5148, Serial No. 03206, Notice for Publication. for wH n w 54, se H nw K & inskt, Section 14, Township 9 n , Range 05 e ., M. P. Meridian, has filed notice of in­ tention to make three year Proof to establish olaim to the land above de­ scribed before Leon C. Hayes, u. s. Commissioner at Ismay, Montana, on the 5th day of September, 1912. Claimant names as witnesses! Frahk Cass, N. A. Shipman, William Fifher, Julius Zabel, all, of Ismay, Montana. A. Kircher, Register. NOTltiB FOft PUBLICATION. Department df the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Miles City, Mont., August 7, 1912. Notice i9 hereby given that Adal­ bert C. Wilber, of Ismay, Montama, who on May 11, 1908 made Homestead Entry No. 5335, Serial No. 03373, for NE% Section 8, Township 9 n , Range 55 e , m . p . Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make three year proof to establish claim to the land above de­ scribed, before Leon C. Kayes, U. S. Commissioner, at Ismay, Monbana, on the 19th day of September, 19l2. Claimant flames as Witnesses: Thom­ as Griffith, Otto Weyerstall, Charles N. Welder, William Fisher, all, of Is­ may, Mdht. ‘ A. KI rche R, Register. Notice fdr Utilisation. Department of the Interior, U.S. Land Office at Miles City, Modt. Augtist 7, 1912. Notice is hereby giveti that Thoidas H. Griffith of Ismay, Montana, who on May 7, 1909, made Homestead Entry- No. 04326, for SWJ4, Section 4, Town­ ship 9 n , Range 55 b , M. P. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to °make three year proof to establish claim to the land above described, before Leon C. Hayes, U. S. Commissioner at Is­ may, Montana, on the 19th day df Sep­ tember, 1912.. Claimant names as witnesses: * A. C. Wilber, William Fi$her, Leonard El- phlck, Charles N. Weider. all, of. Is­ may, Mont. ' ' ■ A. Kircher, Register. Department of the Interior, U. s Land office, at Miles City, Montana, July 24, 1912. Notice is hereby given that Chris­ tian JaCobsdd, of Mildred, Montana, who, oh August 16, 1907. and May 25, 1909, mfide H. E. No. 4277, Serial No. 02610, and additional H. E. No. 04636. for Lots 1 & 2, 3j^ NEJ4; S e J4, Section 0, Township 10N, Range 55 e , m . p . Ifer- idian, has filed notioe of intention to make three year proof, to establish claim to the land above described be­ fore Leon C. Hayes, u. s. Commission­ er, at Ismay, Montana, on the 4th day of September, 1912. Claimant names as witnesses: Christ Enebak, Sven Anderson. Arnold Fin­ vold, Christ Nelson, aU, of Mildred, Mont. A. Kircher, Register. Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, u. s. Land Office at Miles City, Montana, July 31, 1012. Notice is hereby given that Fred A. Priess of Ismay, Montana, lyho on September 9, 1908 made Homestead Entry Nd. 0558, for wH SWJ4, se }4 & sWJ4 se }4, Section 8, Town­ ship 9N, Range 56 b ., M. P. Meridian has filed notice of intention to make three year proof to establish olaim to the land above described, before Leon C. Hayes, U. S. Commissioner at Is­ may, Montana, on the 3rd day of Sep­ tember, 1912. Claimant names as witnesses: Claude B. Stickney, N. A. Shipman, Guy L. Stickney, Frank Cass, all of Ismay, Montana. A. Kircher, Register. Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, u. s. Land office at Miles City, Montana, July 31, 1912. Notice is hereby given that Bernard May of Westmore, Montana, who, or May 25, 1909 made Homestead Entrj No. 04640 for e M, Section 28? Townshij 9N, Range 57 e , M. P. Meridian, hat filed notice of intention to make thre- year proof to establish claim to the land above described before Leon C. Hayes, U. S. Commissioner at Ismay. Montana, oh the 13th day of Septem­ ber, 1912. Claimant names as witnesses: John M. Ludwig. Michael Ludwig, Jacob J.- Ludwig, all of Westmore, Montana,' Max May, of Ismay, Montana. A. Kircher, Register. ** DO CT 0 R IF-EEJ-.S ^ HI iS^. H AND! d A P ( e '.‘/V Recognizes Distinct Limitations When Called On to Ccpe WjtHf Modern \Scientific” Babe, indla^ Cdil Production. India produces twelve million tons of coal a'year. >*\ Jli. Because -the doctor did not put on his seven-league boots and start - the ’ minute he -heard -there . was - a sick child:in the, neighborhood, the, woman who had summoned him accused him of inhumanity. But the doctor pro­ tested that he was not inhuman. “I am not anxious to respond,” he said, “because the parents will not do anything I tell them to and will get a doctor more to their liking, later In the .day. How do-I know? You as good as told me so yourself. You said the youngster was a scien­ tifically reared baby; never knew a kiss or a cuddle or a germ or a tummyache until the present attack. Scientific babies are the. despair of old-fashioned practitlonerB. The kinds of babies he js used to are those that depend mostly upon mothering to make them well. If an old-fashioned baby bumps his head or stubs his toe* or mashes his thumb, just let mother klse the bruise and- it will stop* hurting. ‘ Having been brought up on such nonsensical notions and believing In them still to a certain extent, there. Is no denying that in treating the new-style baby the old doctor Is not a great success/’ PASSED AN UNQUIET NIGHT Traveler, Lost In the Bush, Was Glalft to Do Without the Blessings of Slumber. But I had never given a thought i8> the course I had taken in my gallop across the veldt. I kept on and on, and before long It grew dark and some­ what cold. So I dismounted, and aft­ er thinking it over, I knee-haltered the horse and let him go, crept head first into a large ant-bear hole for a night’s lodging, and made myself as comfort­ able as possible under the circum­ stances, using the blesbok hide for Ta, blanket. The night was dark aSB pitch. Sleep was out of question. I sup­ pose It was the haunches and the raw hide that attracted the creatures, but before long it really teemed as if I bad settled down in a village of wild psga and insulted thO whole commu­ nity. To begin with, squealing inces­ santly, they seemed tt) be racing round and round in a oirole, faking me for its renter. Then a nu&ber Of jackals drawing nearer and nearer, joined in. *he chorus. But I Soon discovered that if 1 disliked the noise f fairly dreaded the silence. During the quiet spells I knew that something was chewing industriously At the project­ ing ends cl the raw hide in which X was enveloped. It was hard work for me to keep from kicking incessantly, but whenever I rested for a minute the chdwirg developed into vigorous tugs, the significance Of which it was easy for one in my position tft appre­ ciate. However, I kicked the bight through in safety, Uhd early in the morning, to my delight, I found n>y horse a Short; distance away, nibbling contentedly at his breakfast.—’Atlantic Monthly. Opened His Eyes. Swept Master Chaucer Eplfctis aftd Amaryllis fair, Went strolling 3y the mill-stream—'-a most Idyllic pal?. “My loveliest of loves!” broke forth the Bwain'S excited muse. “Permit me to extol the charms which thus t / soul enthuse. Your little ears, sb Shelly pink, fdr lovers’ praise were made; no fairy feet than thine more neat, e’er tripped o’er moon-lit glade; your eyes are like twin BtarB Of night; like flne>Bpiia gold’s your hair; your lips put Cupid’s TJoW to scorn; your teeth ate past compare.” But here a playful guflt Of Wind came gayly through the trees, and whisked his darling's hat And hair away Upon its breeze! Alas! why did the maiden then permit herself to Bhbul* and cause her lover added path to aee her teeth fall out? Uriels PCnnyvMse Soys: You , can’t make bricks without straw; and some people seem to think this also applies to cigars. Concerning the Mdle. Naturalists aver that among Com­ mon animals few have been less studied in their life history than the mole. Accordingly a British scientist his turned hiB attention to the moib, with the result that sbmd interesting data confternlhg this queer Creature have been collected. Under the edifice Which th& mole constructs above the surface df the ground*will always be found A series of tunnels. A Curious feature, almost invariably found, Is ti perpendicular run penetrating about A foot beldW the bottom of the nest and tfieh turning upward to meet another run;%. A mole Is never, oh§ authority contrrada, found in his nebt, Ulth&Ugh It may be yet warm from his body when opened.' Guided by smell, and hearing, a mole frequently iocdtfefc the nest Of k par- tride or pheasant above hl& fiito and, penetrating It frO'm bOl&w/ eatii 'the eggs. The adult mole is \pracUcidly bliud-, but there are embrybnlc Indica­ tions that the power of Bight- In the race has deteriorated.—Harper’s, Weekly. 'IS' D a tes of SA L E . - 23, 31; Sept. 4 and 5, 1912. From All P o in ts in M o n tan a To Milwaukee, Co. Bluffs, DesMoines, Davenport, Sioux City, Atchison, Omaha, Minneapolis, St. Paul, Duluth^ Superioir, Leavenworth’. From All Points in M o n t a n a To Seattle and Tacoma, Wash., Vancouver and Victoria, B. C,.,f Portland, Oregon, and numerous seashore resorts in Oregon arid , Washington. Dates of Sefte»Daily, June 1st tb Sept. 15th, 1912. Return Limit on all Tickets is Oct. 31, 1912. Liberal Stopover Privileges and Diverse Routes are Offered. -Two Fast Trains Daily. The \Olmpian” and The “ Columbian.” *The Newest and Finest Trains Across the Continent. •ii-!... _ !u'V» Long Return Limits Liberal Stopovers For Additional Information about Fares, Routes, Sleeping-car Reservations, Train Service, call on or write R. R. THIBLE, Ticket Agent, ISMAY,MONT. 3 1 AND W H Y NOT* L e t us p r in t y o u f L e tter H e a d s, Envelopes, B ill H eads, S t a t e ­ m e n t s , Dance or S a le B i lls. W e kite equipped to handle all Job w o rk w ith neatness, accur­ a c y and a t prices t h a t w ill please th e m o s t particular of people* Call on THE ISMAY 47 Mv%t Popular Character. Charts* Dickens once received in ihvltation to a “Walter Scott” party, each gu?st being expected to attend id the character of one Or another of Scott’s heroes. Oh the eventful night, however, greatly to the astonishment of the assembled Bob Roys and Wa- verleys, Dickens turned up ltt ordinary gVehing dreHH and apparently quite h&dOnCri’-ned. At length the host, who Vaa feeing uneasy, came up to the ildveiis- and Inquired: “Prar» Mr. Dickens, What character of ScotVB can you possibly be sup­ posed io represent?” \Character!” Said Dickens. \Why sir, a character you will find in every one of Scott’s novels. I,” he went on, smiling-y, “am the ‘gentle reader/ ” Lueky to Get Anything. The law of the land had spoken, and the verdict waB. $5,000 damages. \Five thousand dollars 1” muttered the 'Sfehlor partner In the legal firm Who had m&haged the plaintiff’s case. “Not bo baa,” \I think It pretty good,” said the funlbr pArther. “How much shall toe give our client?” “Ja’m! say $800,” 's*Id the senior thoughtfully. “No, stop a minute!” “Well?” “We mustn’t he too hasty,” said the buccesBfui lawyer slowly. “Perhaps L A U N D R Y J. E. P auledes , Proprietor. Laundry in Ismay Collected and Delivered. Reasonable Prices. Family Washings 35c per dozen. Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing neatly done. may • • Monk Much Alike. Samson and Damocles were alike In this respect—a haircut meant ruin for both.—July Llpplncott’s. L l i = — M a g a z i n e POPULAR MECHANICS ,. Keeping Mice Front Pianos. ' .- <To -prevent mice enterihg/;-pIanos there hah been Invented* a?v.'Blmple;i sliding'' plate to be mounted5^oiiAja, pedal so that it covers'its opening/ Vou’d better write and promise to pay torn the three, hundred.” Horticultural. ^ One may hardly call a hen on her best an eggplant. Already Accomplished. A feeder asked the sage for advloe, saying; “I am engaged to Kate -Murphy, but - ■my 5 former. fiancee, ; . Kate Dooley,, threatens - to sue v:me'> for .breachj'.of4 piio'mlflo.:.-; Caniyou advise me hosr'.te| extricate myself -from this dial-; & ityr^>\ \ -The reply of the sage was short -It ' that makes F a c t more fa s c i n a t i n g t h a n • F i c t i o n to YOU CtN “ WiUrMM SO YOU CAN 5'' * UNDCIUTAN0 IT . time. ____ forever, tanaming in P o p u l k r M e c h a n i c s Afe you reading ItFLlW o m tilloas of y o ur neighbor® afe, find it 13 th e favorite m agazine JntnopaluMU 6t the b est A m erican homes: I t i to hlf classes—old And. young—men and those Who i who'know i a s o 'P A e f e s j uACti ■■v..r aoOjAamci ' Shep NotM ” .: D . ■■'.; / K MONTH ' * 3 0 0 IHCTURKS' las o r M w tiu u . w i « n T -Toe ■” SM O N o te* ^ D apartment-1 g iv e e 'e e ^ w a y a 'i t o ' d o things^hos ose fu lim d e a fd ? h om e and,Bh6p;repairs,'e$G BhOpVn ent-C20.pages) lingar-how.to m ake ___ __ __________________ id MeehaBlcii ’ lf QOpagee) t d b h o w to make Miaeloh fum iturej w ireless outfits, boats, engines; m agic, and a ll the things a b o y loves.' i t M t a i t o A R .^ h N ilii c o m ’ u c en t s . i - S f i - f r . 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