Big Hole Basin News (Wisdom, Mont.) 1912-1925, January 31, 1924, Image 3

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WM, MONTfcOMttY Postoffice, Wis dvia, Montana. Horse U ’jud L O k it stifle HUNTLEY CATTLE COMPANY Carl R. Hunt- ley, mgr, Wis­ dom. Horses 1ft Spool brand also and on left shtdr for boraes. PETERSON-OLSON p. O. Wisdom. Mont. Range be tween Fox and Stanley gulch. Horse brad the same, lit thigh. DAN PENDKRGAAT Postofflee Jack- son; range from Swamp creek to Lake. MAX 0. LEWIS Fisbtrap, Moat. Dewlap with this brand; also. It right ribs, npper bit and underbtt right ear. All hare battens. rHARTON * — CHAS. E. MILLER Wisdom I‘. 0. Range F i s h- trap. Ilorse brad right shldr J. 0. WHARTON Postoffice, Wis dom, Mont. Horse brand the same, right ehoulder. B. B. LAWRENCE Bowen. Square crplftear, hole in right. Horse brad same left shldr. Range, West fork of Thompson creek to Mudd creek GBORGR PARSONS p. 0. Wisdom. Range Tie creek to Mnaalgbrod. Horses seme on left thigh gOO REWARD Big Hole Basin Stockmen's asso elation Will pap tha abore sum fo> the srrest and conviction of anyone who tampers with fence or gate ot trespasses upon the fed lots ai Wisdom- K-tf glOO REWARD The Southern Montana Telephone Company will pay f 100 for the ar rest and eonrietlon of party or par tied who shoot the toll line wire; c' information leading to the arrest »tod conviction of anyone mutilating or destroying any pole, line or other property belonging to the said com »any. II ft. Capehart, Local Man ager. lg-tf B PARSONS E N JONES a LEROYEROY ARNOTT % | l Hornes the same left shonlder. Postofflee sddres Wisdom, Mont L A Bowes P. 0. Horse brad left thick Range Rshtrap to Masriftood. IRA WALKER Homs the same Range f r o m Steele ereèk. P. 0 . ARMMBV * JOmSSOm ike PREST-O-LITE Batteries and Service A BATTERY FOR EVERY CAR Friendly Service on Any Battery CENTURY \ BATTERIES FOR FORDS, CHEVR0LET8 AND OVERLANDS SIX MONTHS GUARANTEE AND FREE SERVICE Goodyear Tires and Tubes— Preet-O- Lite Gas Tanks and Appliances— Weed Tire Chains and Cross Chains Broadway and Arizona Butte \Everything for Your Oar” THE WHITE GARAGE BROADWAY * ARIZONA, BUTTE Big Hole Basin News Juat two things have made It passible for us to give you this 20% reduction an Tuxsdo: 1. A reduction In tha coat of Kentucky Burley tobacco and In package materials, as well. 2. The aonaolidatlon of three of our big plants into one. (Mr. Ford may not bo In the tobaeoo business but ho Is right about consolidation.) You know that it is the desire and policy of The American Tobaeoo Co, to extend to its customers the maximum of service. Reducing the price of a great favorite like Tuxedo is our idea of delivering this service. Tuxedo is always FRESH. Every package i s - f i G u a ranteed by T n t f J t n A M s r i e c u A * I N t O A P C N A T I » % PRICE REDUCTION THIS FEEDING RATION FOR BROOD SOWS IS RECOMMENDED Bred sows Unit niise two litters « year and iliat are dry for 110 (lays or over require an average of five to five and one third pounds of eoncentriiteH per bead daily according to Dr. W, 14. Joseph of Montana State College. In addition, three pounds of good leafy alfalfa per day is recommended to put the sow8 in best condition for farrowing. These figures apply to sows that average from 400 to 450 ¡pounds In weight in medium condition and to sows that, have not suckled down to very thin eonditlon. Sows that are quite thin or that are conditioned for farrowing in 80 days or less require at least five and one third to five and one-half pounds of concentrate* and three pound* of hay per head dally. Sow* that are already carrying enough flesh and fat for farrowing can be car­ ried on four to four and one-half pounds of concentrates and three pounds of hay per head daily, espec­ ially during mild weather. PARTIAL VOLUTIONS FOR HARVEST LABOR PROBLEM In Ws bulletin on the dry farming situation la north Montana, M. L. Wil­ son, farm economical specialist for the State College Extension Service, offer* number of partial solutions for the harvest labor situation. The use of combines, the heading of grate, the use of the derrick table and other harvest helps are discussed from the stand­ point of practical farmers of the “Tri­ angle.” Tbit bulletin, called \Dry F arming la the North Central Mon­ tana Triangle,’ \ la now ready for pub- Bcslion and may be obtained by writ­ ing ta fbe Montana Extension Service at Besana», or from county agenta EARLY DAY DIVORCE DECREE 18 REVOKED A divorce granted In the territorial court of Silver Bow county, Montana, Mardi ,‘t, 1S.S5, to Bennett Benson from Moitié Benson of Minneapolis, has hoen set aside, lteeord* show that service was had at the time \by publication\ In a Butte newspaper. But Mrs. Ben­ son, her affidavit related, wa* living In Minneapolis and did not know she had been divorced until she recently applied for n pension from the United States government. Then it was found that her husband died at the soldier’s home at Sawtelle, Calif., In 11)17 and that among hi* ef­ fects was found the divorce papers of 1885. Benson did not marry again. Neither did Mrs. Benson, The court holds that Mrs, Benson could have been served personally with the di­ vorce paper» In 1885. Hence the decree Is set aside and Mrs, Benson can now press her claim for a pension. THE COMMON ENEMY POOR BUSINES8 FOR THESE GOOD FOR THE REST OF US Few people have been dying In the atate thla winter. Thla la tha report of undertaker» and of ealot- men who tell to undertakers. Tha number of deaths has not oven boon up to the average for sum­ mer time, when usually tha death rata la a mare fraction of that In tha winter. Even though the fall was warm and open and some folks complained that everyone would be tick, the general health baa boon good, and new that win­ ter he» realty eem« there baa been no ehanga In tha health artuation. RAW FUR PRICES SKY HIGH A B Skhbort, Inc., whose advertla*- appear» ta «»other eeduma, writes Tha Neva that as exceptkma)- tf «twng dantaid ex«» for far* tit « m u s a . Beùupfr' -s - NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION No. S187M Department of the Interior, U. S. Lead Office at Helena, Montana, January i, 1124. NOTICE la hereby given ^ h a t K h S ’ Jemma, of Wtai ora, Men*: who . m , November .tiri,. Beact-rste- Btttrr m. * n m , tm m % SW%, S% m % , t m l l ; , 140 Producing Off Wefts There are 140 producing wells In the Kevin-Steuben« field, with a total \of 268 drilled. The tabu latina of well« feBows: ProAncfng effi wells la fbe Kevin- Sunburst f ie ld -------------------- !d6 Producing gna » e ö a -----------------IS WeS pMwIaHBg in o s s u te - ■ tM »»w a t - i - T ? .1/ f |« i . • -, WWMCW-\“* » .................................. *HF . H y .hüte- eff « rnçtw t - . ,,, IS '■ Æ m

Big Hole Basin News (Wisdom, Mont.), 31 Jan. 1924, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.