Kendall Chronicle (Kendall, Mont.) 1902-190?, July 15, 1902, Image 2

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2. Kendal -Montana, July 15, 1902. ITEMS FOR THE LADIES. A street in Brooklyn laid out dur- ing the hoopskirt era has a 17 -foot sidewalk and a 26 -foot driveway. The latter is to be widened by per- mission of Dame FaUhion. Mrs. Florence Maybrick is alleged to have been the first person who actually sang \The HOly City,\ as it is now known. The song was writ- ten by her brother-in-law, Michael Maybrick, better known as Stephen Adams. Miss Estelle Reel, superintendent of Indian schools, has compiled a uniform course of study for the gov- ernment Indians who attend. It is printed in a convenient and service- able volume by the. government printing office. Miss Dorothea Klumpke, who for a number of years has been an as sistant at the Paris observatory, is going to Leland Stanford (Jr.) uni- versity, as chief assistant to Prof. Isaac Roberts. Her special work 'will be astral photography. With the possible' exception of Baroness Burdett-Coutts, — Itiss Alice De Rothschild is the wealthiest wom- an in England. She owns zieveral country estates and much urban property, including * house in Pic- cadilly and a villa ti.t.Grasse. The newest thing itilkas is report- ed from Monte Carlo; where a Mrs. Richard De Bromsley Richards, an English woman, appears for her promenade with a live black and white ouistiti sitting on her shoul- der, with its long apd bushy tail turned snugly around her throat. An ouistiti is a small melikey, the prin- cipal part of which is the tail. Prima Donna Calve's father, a hale and hearty peasant nearly 80 years old, resides in the south of France. He is immensely proud of his famous daughter. Pointing to the rose trees in his garden he said to a 'vis- itor: \Look at'these. Most of them are covered with blooms, but here is one tree which has borne only one rose. It has spent all its strength in. producing one perfect blossom. That is the history of my daughter and her ancestors. She is OM, supreme Hower of a hundred forgotten gen- erations.\ SHOWN IN THE SHOPS. Small wastepaper baskets having the effect of wood on the outside and lined with silk on the inside have exceed- ingly pretty hand -painted designs upon them. Dainty housewives will be delighted with the new imported sewing sets. These sets are covered with fine linen, conveniently arranged and fitted with medics, scissors, sewing silk, thread, darning silk and cotton and a thimble. , A novel gift for a man is a smal: , cabinet in rosewood,, cowtaining four drawers, which all unfasten with one key and are labeled iu black letters on a ground of red :rather: \Bing - paid,\ \Bills unpaid,\ \Lett( rs an- swered,\ \Letters unan , weiecl.\ It doesn't pay for a busy mother to Sit up evenings to dress a doll when She can buy dolls' wardrobe's all made so cheaply. Hats, underwear, shoes, dresses, brushes and combs—even lit- tle hot-water bags of rubber'—in fact, • dolls can have about eve.ry+thing boys and girls have. • Dyed cheesecloths and 'tinted .bur- laps have a prominent 'piitee In the Upholstery departments: They are) . 1 sed for draping many barnlike, ugly interiors; the different textures of these goods making them very accept.' able for the purpose. Burlaps in stift old red makes an admirable back- ground for etching and prints in red- dish tones, while the eerti is best for oil 'paintings. STRAYED. About June 1 a dty milk cow came to my ronelt. Branded witb \7\ im right fore fti10111thir; a hell wi lit bar through Aline on Lift ribs; bar n5 on right hip. Owner can have ett1110 toy proving props - arts' and paying for this notice. JOHN 13nuAtto, Kendall. H Livery and X Feed Stable North end of McKinley Ave. dt 0 1 R. W. DUTCHER, Proprietor. Livery Rigs and Saddle Horst tictoti Facilit'es for boarding stock. Judith Basin Bank Lewistown, Mont. Incorporated Under the Laws of Montana. Paid Up Capital $75,000 Surplus and Profits $20,000 HERM tNrtTTEN, President. DAVID HILGEFt, Vice, -President. GEORGE J. BACH. Cashier. W. B. MINER, Aral Cashier DIRECTORS: Herman Otte'', David Hilger, H. Hodgson, H M. McCauley, L01141 Landt, Matthew Gagnon, John Laux, W. B. Miner, George J Bach. A general banking business transacted including the purchase and sale of State and County 'Warrants. and Bounty Certificates the selling of exchange on all the principal cities of the United States and Europa ; the transfering of money by telegraph. Careful attention given to collection,,, and the safe keeping of valuable papers We Pay Interest on Time 4)eposits TIMBER LAND, ACT JUNE 3,1878 —Notice I for publication — United States Land Office Lewistown, Montana. June ad,Wt. Notice is hereby given that in compliance with the provisions of the act of Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled \An act for the sale of timber lands in the States of California, Oregon, Nevada, arid Washington Territory,\ as extruded to all the Public Land States bY act of August 4, 1892, Oscar Stephens, of Fort Ma g intsis, county of Fergus,st ate of Montana, has this day tiled In this office his sworn State- ment No 26, for the purchase of the sw!..,, ,,w 1 4. nal% low% of sec. 12, tp 17 it. r 17e, and will offer proof to show that the land sought is more valuable for its timber or stone than for agricultural purposes. and to establish his claim to said land before r lie Register and Receiver of this office at Lewistown. Mon tassel. on Wednesday, the 13th day of August, 19,2. He names as witnesses: Felix Manloth, Alexander MeLea r ty. Shirt Burk anti Prank Stephens, all Of Leuffitaira, Montana. , Any and all persons claiming adversely the above -described lands are requested to file their claims in this office on or before said 13th day of August. MI EDWARD MASSEY. Register. First publication June lit, NOTICE O' APPLICATION FOR PAT- ENT, M.neral Applieation No. 79. -U S. Land Office. Lewistown, Montana. July 8.19,11. Notice is hereby given that Ernest W. King, whore postofflee is Lewistown. Montana, has, on behalf of himself, and Clarence E. Barnes. his cceowster, this day bled an Application for Patent for 1479 Si near feet of the chip - monk lode or vein. being Ittel 8 feet S. 46 deg. 20 min. W. and 16.7 feet N. 46 deg. 20 min ff. measured along the course of the vein from the center of the discovery shaft, hearialr gold. with surface ground 15,85 feet its width, situated in North Moteasin (uinortranised) mining dhorlet, county of Fergns, and {Kate of Montana, designated by the Held notes of, survey. and official plat on tile In this 0360e astilorvey No. 8574 in sees. 1 , ;(l. 81 sod 32, in T, No. 18 N. It. 18 E. Moutons* Meridian, said Survey No. 8574 being deocribed am follows, ta,wit; Begiuning at the N. E. cor. No. 1. a Post 6 Inches squat e, marked 1-6574. from which the 1 4 spec or. between secs. 29 and 32, in T. 18 N. K. 1$ $, bears N. 79 deg. 14 Mill•Weee• R. 1362.7 feet; thence v. 73 deg. 26 miii. W 158 5 feet to ear. No.2: thence $.42 dest. 1 min. W. 1339.9 feet to cot. No. 3; thence S. 43 deg. 27 mist,. W. lira feet to coy. No 4: thence S. n deg. in ml,-. 6.22 feet to cot. Not; thence N. 47 deg. 44nott E. 1500 feet to the place of beginning, e q utaisling an area of 2.38 acres; masenetie variation on ail courses 19 deg. Ski min. K. - The amended notice of location of said Cbirstnook lode claim, and 'upon which this application is based. is recorded in the office of the Recorder of Fergus county, Montana, In book 7 of lodes, at page - The adjoinkig claims are: on the north, the ''Gopher\ dde; on the west, survey No. 5959, \Palmate\ lode: on u the east survey No 6458, \Daisy\ lode; Also survey No. 6459, \'ledger\ lode MI the west. Any and all persons claiming adversely atly POIfftonot the glitling ground, vein, lode or premises so described, surveyed, platted, and applied for, are r'quireri to We their advents claims with the register of the U. S. land oleo at Lewistown. In the state of Moo - taus, during the sixty sleys' period of publi- cation hereof or they will he forever barred by virtue of time provhdont: of the 'statute in such ease made and provided. EDWARD BsAssgr, Register. J. K. WASSON. A t t'y for Applicant. First publication July 8, 19,8, • The ' .CoOk Interest . . ..: , IN , , T OW —1\-- THE , N SIT• E OF •)1 • . IS • , , I ict .• . NOW ON., .:.._. , , • . .• , , I. A Consisting MARKET Th4 . :!:, IF Zre‘ 77;\. , r1 , 71Ir . 4 . . . . of , . ...,.., . . In\r11:1M 5, - - i., ., .. ONE THOUSAND . Which • Town City •. • 4 .Lots at of the the Kendall, - 'of City LOTS Will from Be Company Spokane, of , , Offered Great .1304$1000 . i, to Office Mont., - Wash., .. „ the in F8115, Public the . Mont. • H,,,:.,„„, a, „,, . John Jackson,,, Jr., Agent. •,...., I: .1 To, . „, D :sil n CO! ) . IA s oil Coming Big fl Thing Camp ,a 'Montana . Silloaeribe fdr I HI CHEONICLE $2 a year

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