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BT R. HATHA WAT Elizabeth B Hathaway, AMOCtete 8 4 m ««4 Brety TSwriteF at W t a i Twa Dottar» and Ttwr Btt» » Tear Entered as second-class natter Jaa- 23, 1918, at thè pontefice at Wisdom, Montana. «Ader Act o f Marcii t , 1819 30c per back per issue, fiate matter 25c. Readers 19c per line first insertion, 5c after. rr;irn A'Jv<;rHlMntt Krprc'.elCatWe .\Ml l; |i'A\ PKtSS ASSOCIA I ION cur Country! In her Inter course with foreign nations, may slib always be in the right; but our country, right or wrong —Stephen Decatur and The Dig Hole Basin News Til 1 ' USI * A \ . (K’TOBL’Ii 25, 1922 Pv 1*«. ' ifcfv- ■ M I i i a t i o k a l . i i i m - m JiSÄÜ Ai Ml i\I flllVlitfCJttìiill' 4631 ( \ B\ eoinp.irng tho uumlior of uulo To hi .iio:, n^.ihiocod in a stale who III! jio11u11111,111 of Iho hlule, the iium her of persons per automobile Is (le lei ininoil According to statistics is mod hj the National Automobile I h.ipilu r ol ( ommerce for 1923, Cal teinia leads the country with 3.is per ims per motor car, while Ala iuumi has only one cur to every 26.1 persons The II (-.(ales wH'litdi follow Ala hama up iho column are Mississippi <, l I , Arkansas ( 20 04 »; Georgia ( ; ’ 11 2 i , South Carolina(17 7 I ; Lou Liana (17 Mil, Tennessee (17 2), hotii ucky t 15 7 l , Now Mexico(14.1 ) Nonh Carolina! 14», Vtrginia(13.8), uml West Virginia (12.9) The Soulh is a prosperous section II has money It likee luxury as well as the North. It needs trauspor tutnm Tin in is only one reason why the South doesn’t have as many mo Ior curs us the North. '* hasn’t the i mills. A mail is of no value without n veil if 1 j1, uml a vehicle is of ng value without it road. The two are a whole, a unit. True, there are vehicles run ning over poor roads— and shaking themselves to pieces and costing more money to their owners in the 1, ng run than a good road would rust. Bui, as a rule, highways and mi’s go together; where one is, the other comes. The automobile cuts the eost of hauling, increases education, adds to iho joy m’ living, makes for health, su\f'S time, and promotes happiness. Bui as the automobile cannot work its wonders without roads over which to run, it is obvious that the Hep forward which will put the suGes in this country which have but one car to five, six and seven families into the column where are nates with a car to every one or two fan.ilW. is the step whch leads to becer roads and more of them. Notice Symons aanirers&ry ad, Telephone Jakie Lou* for fresh traits »ad vegetables. adr-July 12 Mrs. Ford QUlam Is visiting eld friends at Wtlaall. Complete line of Dr, Roberts* Vet erinary remedies at the Resell. Adv Wtn. Huntley returned to his home In Spokane last Saturday.- Miss Frieda Gasser left Monday for a visit with Divide friends. James Miller, a Butte butcher, was looking after veal calves last week. Gus Swanson writes The News to change his address to Santa Monica, California. Supervisor Somers dropped into Wisdom Sunday afternoon on a tour of inspection. Gordon Knowles enjoyed the beau tie* of - Wisdom's great While Way over the week-end. FOR SALE— DeLuval eeparator, No. 12. in good cordition. D. vo HL'.xhy Adv Oct 11 -31* Mr. and Mrs Hoy Oliver and Mr and Mrs Will Tovey spent the week end in Dillon. Arthur Keas and family went to Butte last Friday to have some den tal work done. Bert Canfield returned Firday from the southern oil fields to look after ranch affairs. Mesdames McKevitt and Huntley were guests of friends in Butte for a couple of days last week Basin Mercantile company makes a woolen appeal (his week that you really cunn.ot ufiord to reject $261)01) phonograph and 50 rec ords for sale very reasonable Write or phone O J Woodworth adv-Oct 2 5 Sam Shiner and one of his sales ment spent Sal unlay niglil ae guests of C E Miller at (he C — C ranch Leulher vosis made by the fi L Block Glove Co , none heller See them at Woodworth’« Adv-Ocl 25 Johnny Jackson wua in Wisdom on i business mission last week and he very kindly remembered The News When in need of gfasseg don't fa!’ to see Drs. McKendry & Hannah it the Butte Optica) Co.. Butte, \ - 1 have a full line of boys’ and men’s lined gloves and mil tens Call and look them over O J Wood worth. Adv Oct 25 Boh Ellis rolled in Monday— says he was over in Idaho last week and found it colder than he ever saw In the Basin. Dr. Lee has a Blackleg advertise ment in these columns this week and it should he read by every stockman iri the valley. N O T IC E F O R P U B L IC A T IO N No. 08533 Department of the Interior, U, Land Office at Missoula, Montana, October 13, 1923. NOTICE is hereby given that Hud son L. Mason, of Jackson, Montana, who on August 24, 1923, made Homestead Entry Act 12-29-H, No. 08533 for Lots 1. 2, 3, 4, 6, 6, Stt NW V*, S W Vi NEVi, NW % SB %. NEVi SW H, Sec. 1, Twp. 7 South, Range 15 West Montana Principal Meridian, has filed notice of Inten tion to make three-year proof to ea- tablish claim to the land above de scribed, before Clerk of the District Court at Dillon, Montana, on the 22nd day of November, 1923. Claimant names as witnesses: Harry G. Davis, Clarence Brown and Norman S. Mason, all of Jackson Montana; Dr James E. Bellinger, of East St Louie, Illinois. FRED C STODDARD Register. 1st pub Oct 18, 1923-6t Adv Mrs Waller White will entertain the Wsdom Ladies Aid at her pretty ranch home next Thursday after noon, November 1. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Nevill have sev ered their connections with the Ruby ranch arid will try out the Bitter Root valley for a time. Mrs. Dade Stephens of Meadow Lawn was a caller on The News Saturday afternoon, taking home a box of ranch stationery. Monte Clntou was called by wire to Manhattan last Wednesday to at tend the funeral of his sister-in-law, who was killed in an auto eollison with a railway train. Messrs. Bateman and Thompson, of the United States Biological Sur vey, were guests of the U— U ranch last week, planning a campaign for the extermination of the coyote. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION No. 021025 Depart ment of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Helena, Montana, October 5, 1923. NOTICE is hereby given that Wil liam Hennig of Fishtrap, Montana, who on September 21st, 1920, made Homestead Entry No. 021025 for SE V„ N W V« , S Vi vSlO l+ . NW >/4 SE Vi, SW >/4 Section 34. Township 1 North, Range 14 West, Principal Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make three year proof to establish claim to i lie land ulmve described. b Rore R Hathaway. U S Commimtoner, at Wisdom, Montana, on Hie I5lh day of November, 19 23 ( laimant names us witnesses: Da vid Law, Cleveland Seefield, Charles V o i k all of FLtiirap, Montana; Wil liam Leybold of Butte, Montana. F A MOTZ, Register. 1 si pub Oct 11 51 Advertisement NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION No. 015087 Department of the Interior, U, 8 Land Office at Helena, Montana, September 26, 1923 NOTICE is hereby given that Phoebe J Spencer, of Jackson, Mon tana, who on September 26, 1919, made Additional Homestead Entry No 01 6687 for Lots 5, 9, 10, 8EV4 NW>4 Section 6, Township 6 South, Range 13 West, Principal Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make three year proof to establish claim to the land above deecrlhed, before W E Stephenson, Clerk of the Court, at Dillon, Montana, on the 9th day of November, 1923 Claimant names as witnesses' Michael E Carroll and John P. Car- roll, both of Jackson, Montana; Al bert Spencer and Alfred Cox, both of Dillon, Montana F A. MOTZ, Register, let pub. Oct 4, 1823 Adv NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION No. 07028 Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Missoula, Montana, September 20, 1823. NOTICE is hereby given that Frank Wilke, heir and for the heirs of Fred W. Meyers, deceased, of Wis dom, Montana, who on August 24, 1920, made Additional Homestead Entry, Act 12-29-16, No. 67023 for RV4 NEV4 Section 10, Township 3 S., Range 15 West Principal Montana Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make three-year proof to establish claim to the Land above described, before R. Hathaway, U. S, Commis sioner, at Wisdom, Montana, on the 8th day of November, 1923. Claimant names as witnesses; Da vid F. Wampler, Arthur Klessig, William P. Jahnke, Robert Geery, all of Wisdom, Montana, FRED C. STODDARD, Register. 1st pub Sept. 27, 1923-6t W M thé BoMiévUd Have Net Da- ■troyed They Hava Marred—Scan* of Neglect and Detection. The Winter palace, once a place of grandeur and the home of the czar*, now stands abandoned, according to a recent visitors there. Petrogrt^d in the old day* was a city o f p&lkces, and thé Winter palace, largest of all, also was the finest Three thousand could dance there at one time and 2,000 could be fed at a single sitting. On such occa sions the palace was a scene of lavish display of gowns, jewels and uniforms. Today the gardens are in a state of neglect and desertion. The wrought Iron fence which once surrounded them has been torn down. Grass was growing in the great courtyard. As one entered the palace doorway, he be came aware of a penetrating damp ness, an intensely disagreeable sensa tion. la the dining room, where Nlcb olas and his predecessors toasted and were toasted, six chulrs around wooden table seemed to await their oc cupants. On one of the steps of the grand stairway the words, In French : “Vive 1« commune!” have been scrawled. At the bottom of the stairway stood two stuffed bison covered with dust. The walls, once decorated with many war pictures, held gruesome photographs. Lust notes of condemned revolutiona ries have been assembled and tacked up. In one corner wus a limb of the tree from which Youdenlch was hanged. In the bridal chamber of Alexander 11 and Marie Alexandrovna, a Chinese lamp —-in a thousand pieces—was strewn about the floor. A great dock was in fragments and a battered piano stood against the wall. A crystal can delabra, torn from the celling, lay in a twisted and shattered heap. In Alexander II's death chamber was the bed where he died after the attempt on his life. In a comer of the room was the dock which, since the afternoon of March 1,1881, has marked the fatal hour, 25 minutes of four, when Alexander died It was his son, Alexander III, who stopped the hands so that those present might never for get the hour A half smoked cigarette, which Alexander II had thrown down on the way to review one of his regi ments, was preserved in a glass case. And there were several little frocks of a daughter who had died In her youth. Alexander II kept these In his room and frequently would have them dis played before him. The Nicholas II salon has been used for a motion picture location and was In extreme disorder Nicholas 11’s study was under lock and sea) and çould not be viewed. Near the Nich olas II salon, in a dark corridor, was a full length portrait of Alexander II— the face marred with bayonet holes. Over the furniture some one had daubed lime. The Winter palace, once a palace of imperial magnificence, was I house of silence. The people who are most aceom plished do not alwaye accomplish the most.— Boston Transcript. TIT FOR TAT Great Falls boasts a man who, al though married 35 years, kieses his w.fi- every time he leaves home. San ders eotiMy has a man who can beat ' that all hollow. Though married 40 yt-r-;, be not only kisses hie wife every time he leaves home,bat kisses the hired girl every time his wife leaves home— The Plainsman. We are oat of the meaning— w> hired girl at «o r hosse. A to<3 chest was the old hen's nett, i n bet y e « can't match f t ; wrhm s i « tried to aet n m m » Three Young Herd Bulls for Sale These are real bull«, capable o f beading good paw-bred herds. Ages 12 months, 18 months and 26 months Prices from $208.09 to 1606.69 Harry L Summers, Sabnoa, Idaho Miilrinf* Shorthorns for Sale 29 bighgrade Milking Shorthorn cows, 7 yearlings, 5 heifers, 2 steers, t spring eahres, 1 registered hsR; herd recently T B tested. Lamberg Bros., Eft Part, Nut Idaho Honey for Safe Ancient Physicians Knew Much. A French physician finds that what ever Hippocrates may have known in his day, physicians a thousand years ago were practicing the healing art In many respects as their successors are doing today, and he has told the Paris Academy of Medicine about it. We flatter ourselves, for example, that our treatment of tuherculosls Is strict ly modern, but this physician shows that an Arab doctor named Avidenne, who was born in the Tenth century A. D, and lived to ba one hundred years old, prescribed this treatment for consumption: Fresh air, rest of body and mind, milk and superfeed- lng. And we almost thought we had invented fresh air I Hospitals In Air. Giant airplanes equipped as flying hospitals, with white walled operating theaters and staffed with surgeons and anaesthetists, In addition to pilots and mechanics, are to be supplied to the French colonial medical services for carrying out work in remote territories. These aerial hospitals will have triple specially silenced engines, and vibrations and oscillations will be re flated to a minimum, so that even most serious operations can be carried out while the patient Is being borne through the deads. M u st Fart W ith Something. “Ton mast give up eoffee.\ “Sever touch ft, Doc.“ “Give up «noting.“ \I don’t smoke.\ “Then give up $5 n i well eaB it square.”—Jedge. tot t Ne Sympathy. “Hare you any sympathy lame flackT “Muni MMr^xer“ replied Senat» «die tes energy •wß gyjHE w r get Maaetf a bet- S A * Beaverhead Abstract Co Oldest Set of Abstract Books in Beaverhead County. Land Office Proofs and Filings Pearl I. Smith Title Building Dillon, Montana SEE US For Land Flings, Land Proofs, Water Rights and Information on Land Titles Frank Hazelbaker, Pres DILLON, MONTANA j Why Not Open an Account With Us? j i I Time Certificates Checking Accounts Demand Certificates Four Pei Cent on Savings Country Accounts Handled With the Same Care and Attention That Is Accorded City Customers. Daly Bank and Trust Company of A N A C O N D A I i ! MILLER I DEVELOPMENT CO BREEDERS OF Fine Shorthorn Cattle j C h a s . E. 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