The Saco Independent (Saco, Mont.) 19??-1971, May 24, 1912, Image 5

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Federal Oicers. * United^tates Senators— HON. J. M. DIXON, of Missoula HON. H.L. MYERS, of Hamilton congressman— GH ARLES N. PRAY, of Ft Benton ‘ United States Marshal— MTM. LINDSAY, of Helena Surveyor General— JEROME G. LOGKE. of Helena • United States District Attorney— J. M. FREEMAN, of Helena Register Glasgow Land Office— TRUMAN M.PATTEN, Glasgow y Receiver Glasgow Land Office— ‘^VALTER SHANLEY. of Glasgow \ State Officers ' Governor— i v E dwjn L. N orris , of Helena Lieutenant Governor— W . R. A llen , of Deere Lodge Associate Justice— W. L. H olloway , of Gallatin o Secretary of State— T. M. S windlehurst , of Park Attorney General— ' A. J. G alen , of Lewis and Clark Treasurer— E. E. E sselstyh , of Garbon Auditor— H . R. C unningham , of Silver Bow Supt. of Public Instruction— W. E. H armon , of Gallatin Railroad Commissioners— D an B oyle , of Park, Six-year term B. 'T- S tanton , Four-year teim. E. A- M orley , Two-year term. County Officers s I _ •- • S e n a t o r — John Survant, of Malta Representative— R. J. Moore, of Glasgow District Judges— Frank N. Utter, of .Glasgow . John W . Tattan, of Fort Benton County Commissioners— : A. Davidson, of Malta, Chairman Wm. McBride, of Gulbertson J. T. Farris, of Hinsdale. County Attorney— John Hurley, of Glasgow. Sheriff-— J. R. Stephens, of Glasgow. Glerk of Courts— C. G. Beede.-of Glasgow. Assessor— * James Fox, of Glasgow. Treasurer— J. C. Duncan, of Barr. Clerk and Recorder— W. B. Shoemaker, tff Hinsdale Public Administrator— Peter Marron, of Plenty wood. County Surveyor— W. H. Mann, of Malta. Coroner— ’ ‘Charles Peterson, of Glasgow. Superintendent of Schools— Miss Flora Sims, of Saco. G.N. TIM E TABLE EAST BOUND KO. 4. 8:29 P .J L NO. 2 -6:0» A. JÌ. NO. 224 7:26 P. 31. STOPS WEST BOUND NO. 1 10:20 A. 31. NO. 223 10:42 A. M, STOPS NO. 3 10:29 P. 31. I. (LSMITH AGT. What you carrt: get .in yoiVr town, send to. the . Glasgow. Drug 'Go., for. you,H .get,it. Our prices are rights. . T h e ’ ¿rug store. where there’s jus- Notice for Publication. v * s Department of Intertor. -United„States Lapd Office, at Glasgow, Mont.. April 15th, 1912. Notice is hereby given that William A. Conger, of Hinsdale, Mont., who, on nov . 3rd,'1910, made Homestead Entry No. 014710,for NEf, sec 24, twp 31 n , rge 3 6 b , Montana Meridian, has, filed notice o f irn tention to make Final Commutation proof, to establish claim to the land above de­ scribed, before Register and Receivèr o f the United states Land Office, at Glas­ gow, Montana, on the 28th day of May, 1912. Claimant names as witnesses: Charles F. Tanner, Hugo Hansen, Harry(T- iRatchford, H. O. Lund, all of Hinsdale, Montana. 22-6 Trufi^an M. Patten..Register. Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior V. S. Lan Office at Glasgow, Mont. r1- - Aprill2. 1912. Notice is hereby given tliat Chaffles H. Harris, of Hinsdale. Mont., who. on May 5, 1905, male ‘Homestead Enfry 2388, sérial No. 04449. for u i se J. nw £ ssi, ne ! s w | , sec 13. twp 3 3 n , rge ¿ 5 e , Mon­ tana Meridian, has filed notice of inten­ tion to make Final five year-proof, to es­ tablish claim to the land above described, • v before Fred B. Gillette, U. s. Commis­ sioner, at Hinsdale, Mont., on the 25th day of May, 1912. Claimant names^as witnesses: Charles Farmer. Julius Waber,Thomas Lewis, Lorring A. Turner, all of Hins- dale.Montana. 22-6 TRUMAN M. PATTEN, Register, Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, U. S- Land Office at Glasgow, Mont., May 3, lgI2. Notice is hereby given that George Griner, of Saco, 3Iont., who. on April 15, lg07, made Homestead Entry No.4046, Serial Ko. 0 3 g 0 0 , for nej seL lots I and 4, sec 22 and lot 2, sec 27, twp 32n, rge 34e, Montana Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make final five year proof, to establish claim to the land above de­ scribed. before W. D. Miller, U. K. Com­ missioner, at his office in Saco, Mont., on the I5th day of June, -lgl2. . Claimant nances as witnesses: Frank Stevens. ' William Hammond, James Marshall, J. W. Crutchfield, all of Saco, Montana. Truman fi. Patten, Register. Notice for Publication. , Department of thé'Interior, U. S- Land Office at Glasgow, Mont,, May 2f 1912, , ..Notice is hereby' given that' Hans O. •Dahl, of. Hinsdale, Mont., who, on Dec. 15, l90g, made Homestead Entry Ko. 07237, for KEit.sec 17, twp 51n, rge 36e, Mon­ tana- Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make final commutation proof, to es­ tablish claim to the land above described, before Fred B. Gillette, U. S. Commis­ sioner, at Hinsdale, Mont, on the 17th day of June, lgl2. Claimant names as witnesses: paniel H. Gâfàsch, Andrew Sherry, George Hanssen, Mike ,J. Welton, all of Hinsdale; Montana: „Truman m . Patten, Register, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of' the Interior United, Slates .Land. Office, Glasgow, Mont., May 11. 1912. ’ Notice is hereby given that ¡Charles M; Miller, of Barr, Valley ^county, Montana, who,! on April 18, 1910,'made Homestead Entry No. 011290, for NWJ-, sectioi 30, township 35N. range 36E, Montana Mer­ idian, Jias filed notice of intention to make final commutation proof, to establish claim to the land above described;before Edwin T. Riemer. U. S. Commissioner, at Saco, Montana, on the 22th. day of June, 1912. Claimant names as witnesses: Henry Lick, Albert Johnson,Tom Lewis, Guy Riggin, all of Barr, Valley Co., Mont TRUMAN M. PATTEN. Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior U. S. Land Office at Glasgow,, Mont. May, 13th, 1912. Notice is hereby given that, William Lancaster, o f Saco, Valley Co., Montana, who, on March II. 1906,- made Home­ stead Entry-No* 244g. Serial No. 03888, for SW i NEi. W* SEJ, SEi'&W i.sec. 1, twp 32N. range 34E. m . m .. has filed no­ tice of intention to-make final five year proof, to establish ..claim to the land above described, before Edwin T. Riemer; U. S* Commissioner/at Saco. Valley co., Montana, on the 22nd day of June, i y l 2 . ' Claimant names as witnesses:' . Benjamin R. Richardson, George! Sco­ field,'Albert Randall, William G. Spiiler, all .of Saco; Valley, co., Ment. TRUMAN M. PATTEN, Register., tÌC'3. XV. WV, Mabse,-‘Mgr.' Ctas, E. Peterson & Co. Undertakers and> Licensed em- balmer*. out of .¡town calls givéh iiÉ M ^ A tten iion Glasgow, ; Mont. Notice of Contest Department of the Interior, United States Land Office, Glasgow, Mont. May 2, 1912- To peorge M. Tubkei, of Towner, N. Dakota, Gontesteery-y, You are ' hereby notified that Theodore A: Thompson who gives Petersburg. Nelson county, North Dakota, as his postcffice address, did on April 3 ,1912. file in this office his duly corroborated application to contest and secure the'c&ncellation, of your Homestead. EfitVy No. Serial No. 09300 maide March 29, 1910, SW 1-4, W-l-2 S-E 1-4, Sec 11. and the N1-2 NW . 1-4, Sec 14, Twp 34N, Rge 55E, Montana Meridian,..and as grounds for his contest he alleges that said Gnorge M. Tucker, has wholly ; aoandoned said land since making his ] entry; that he has failed to 1 erect any buildings whatsoever upon said land: that no portion of the said land has been cultivated or im­ proved in anyway. You arc, therefore,‘further notified that the said allegations. WiiFlia taken by this office-as haying;beeni confessed by -you, and your-.said entry will be cancelled thereunder, withput your fur­ ther right to be. heard'^therein, either before this office or on appeal, if you- fail to file in this office within twenty days after the FOURTH publication of this notice, as shown below, your answer, under oath, specifically meet­ ing and responding to these allega­ tions of contest, or if you1 fail within that time to file in. this office due proof that you have served a copy of your answer on the said contestant either in person or by registered mail. If this service is made by the delivery of a copy of your answer to the con­ testant in person,, proof of such ser­ vice must be either the said contest­ ant’s written acknowledgment of his, receipt of the copy, showing- the date of its receipt, or the affidavit of the i erson by whom thb deiiyery was made stating when and where the copy was delivered; if made by registered mail, prqof of such service must consist of the affidavit of the person by whom the copy was mailed, stating when and the post office to which it was mailed, apd . this affidavit • must, be accom ­ panied by the post master’s receipt for t)ie letter. You should state in your answer tbe- name of ibe post office to which you .desire future notices to be s e n i 't o you. •• Walter Shanlev, Receiver 1st pub, May 3rd -1 2nd pub. May 10 3rd 5pub May 17 4th pub May 24 Notice for Publication. Department of tha Interior. U. S. Land Office at Glasgow. y.cnL, riây 3rd. 1912. Notice is hereby given that William. McClellan Smart, of Hinsdale, Mont., who. on April 1st. 1911. rrade Homestead En­ try No, 015588, E4 se £, s w j set.se» swj, sec. 7. twp 3C n , rge 3 6 b ', Montana Mere- dian, has filed notice Of intention tonr.ak^ final commutation proof, to , establish claim to the land above described, before. Frederick B. Gillette, at Hinsdale, Mont., oh thé 17th day of Juno, 1912. Claimant names as witnesses; Martin Heideman. Oscar S. Cutting. Nelson J. Kent, Albert F. Craton, all of Hinsdale, vont. J 1 Truman 3f. Patten, Register. Notice for Publication. ‘ Department of the Interior, U. s. Land Office at Glasgow. M*nt., Notice is hereby given that Jonn \F. Black, of Hinsdale. Montana, v/ho, on April 17, 1906, made Desert Land Entry no . o4464, for w4 sw|. sec .25, and e J, se }, sec 26, Tyvp 5 3 n . Rge 3 6 e , Montana Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Final Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before James T. Farris, U. s. Commissioner, at home of claimant on sec. 26, Twp. 3 3 n , Rge. 36 e , m . m ., on the 3rd day of June 1912. claimant names as witnesses; Robert F. Black, Frank Jonos, Albert G. craig, Roy Jones, all of Hinsdalet Montana. T ruman M. P attom , Register. GIVE DS TOUR JOB WORK Notice of Contest. . Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Glasgow.' Mont., ’ May 2,1912. To William G. Kerstein, of Saco, Montana, Coritestee: You are hereby notified that John Gasser, .who gives Saco, Val­ ley county, Mont., as his post office address, did on -5-2-12, flle-in this office hia duly, corroborated appli­ cation to contest and secure the cancellation of your Homestead Entry No.016176. Serial No, 016176 made June 10, 1911, for Wjest Half Section 7, township 35N,. range 35E., M. M., and as grounds for his contest he alleges thajt the said William,;C. Kerstein.. .ha^jjwh.plly abandoned the said tract; that there are no buildings or improvements whatever on - the . said tract; and that he has not at any time taken up residence on said tract. You are, therefore,, further .notified that the said allegations will lie taken by ibis office as having been confessed by you, and your said entry will be. cancelled - thereunder, without your fur­ ther right to be heard therein, either before this office or on appeal, if you fail to file in'this .office yrithin twenty days after the FOURTH publication of this notice* as shown., below, your answer, under, oath,, spec!finally,, meet­ ing and responding to^ these . allega­ tions\ of contest, or it you faU -within that time, to file in \this offlee^due proof that you have'served a'cop y ’of your answer- on the- said,'bontés tant either in-person or by registered.mail. IP this service is made by the. 'delivery of.a copy of your answer to the con­ testant in ' person, proof of such ser­ vice must be either the * said' contest­ ant’s written acknowledgment o f bis .receipt of the copy, showing the date of ns Receipt, or the affidavit - o f the person by whom* the delivery wad made, stating when arid where, the copy was delivered; .if made by registered mail, proof, o f such service must, consist of the affida vit of ' the pèrsori by ;whora the copy was mailed, stating when and the post offlcerto'which it Was mailed, and this affidavit -, must be.,accom ­ panied by the po.st master's-receipt for the, letter. • _ You should state in ypurrinswer the. name of the post office to which you (Icvirc .futÛTe notices to be sent to .TRUMAN M. PATTEN. Register. Date of first publication May, 10. . Date“ bf secrind^ publics tiop .May .17 Date d, , publicatiqn, 'May '24. Date of fourth pubiicatioft.May S l. Notice to Creditors. Estate of T. E- Harpst, deceased. Notice is hereby given, by the undersigned, (î. E. Taylor, admin­ istrator of the estate of T. E. Harpst, .deceased, to the creaitors of and all persons having claims againèt the said deceased, to ex - hiblt them with the necessary vouchers withir. four mo'nths after the first publication of this notice, ot the said administrator at Saco, the place of transacting business of said' estate in the. County of Valley. 0. E. Taylor, administrator of estate of T. E. Harpst, deceased. - Dated May 17th, 1912. 28-t4 N o t i c e o f c o n t e s t . Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Glasgow, Mont. , May 17th. 1912. To Carl J. Hultgren, of Sauk Contre, Minh.. Contestée: You are hereby notified that Eokhard A. -F. Pabst, who gives St. Paul,'Minne­ sota, 697 Blair St., as his post office ad­ dress, did on April 20, 1912,. file in this office his du’y corroborated application to contest and secure the cancellation of your Homestead Entry No. , Serial No. 0955g made April 2, lglO , for SJ, Section 24, township 34N, range 32E, Montana Meridian, and as grounds for his contest he alleges that Carl J. Hult- gren has wholly abandoned said land since making his entry; that he .has never established any residence or erected any buildings whatsoever thereupon*, that no portion of the land has been improved in anyway* You are, therefore, further notified that'the said allegations'will be taken by this office as having been confessed by you, and your said entry will 'be cancelled thereunder, without your fur­ ther right to be heard therein, either before this office or on appeal, if you fail to file jn this office within twenty days after the FOURTH publication of this notice, as shown below, your answer, under oath, specifically meet ing arid responding to these allega­ tions of contest, or If you fail within that tim e' to file in this .office due proof, that you have served a copy of your ‘ answer on the said contestant either in person or by registered mail. If this service is made by the delivery of-a copy of your answer to the con­ testant in person, proof of such ser­ vice must be either the said contest­ ant’s written acknowledgment of his receipt of- the copy, showing the date of. Jts receipt, or the affidavit of the person. by whom the delivery was. made stating' wheii' and where the .copy was delivered; i f made by registered mail, p r o o f of Buch'service must consist of the affidavit of the person by whom the copy was mailed, stating when and the post office-to which it was mailed, gnd this affidavit must be accom­ panied, by-the post master’s' receipt for the letter. __ _ You should state in your answer,the name of the post office to which you desire future notices tc* he sent to you. - Walter Shanby, Receiver. Date of first publication\May 24 Date o f second publication May 31 Date of third publication June 7 Date of fourth publication June 14. DR. R. P. MINNIÇK ;; Physician^ Surgeon. - Office at Residence. Administrators Sale. As admistrator of the estate of John Moss, deceased. I w;'.l .o.Tsr for sole, at public auction, fer cash, at the late r si- dence of the deceased, o i tl e 3d day Of- June, 1912. at one o'c'ock p. m.i the fol­ lowing described property, le^brtg’.rg to the estate cf said deceased, to-v/it: Four­ teen head'of broke horses, one grain drill, one sulky plow, one McCo-rhick binder, ^pi.e steel drag, one hay rake, one mower, two wagons, one .top buggy, one pair ocb sled, one old spring wagon, six weM cas­ hings. six lengths pomp pipe sni rods, two sets work harness, two sat; dri ing ha - noss. one saddle, one b t. ten dhickens. one'gascline engine and pump, also that re i iquishmsr.t cf , Homestead entry of SE*- of S E | . Sec 27. Ni of NW.'.Sec 35. and SWi cf SWj-, Sec. 26, T. 23N, Rge. 33E, M. M. also additional Homestead entry, to NEJ of SEJ, W£,of SE-}, Sec. 27. and NE}- of NfJ, Sec. 34, Twp. 2SN. R. 35E. P4. M- and all improvements on said two Homestead entries. The im­ provements consist of a frame house, log barn, frame pump house, frame granary, log chicken house, horse corral, a three wire fence around 820 acres of land, also all household and kitchen furniture of said deceased. 122 house logs and all improvements on what is known as the Parker place, said improvements consist of house a..d wire fencing. . And on June 4th, 1912. at ope o’clock p, m. I v/ill as such administrator sell to the highest bidder fer cash at my resi­ dence adjoining Sac--, twenty hea'd of stock cattle and 120 house hgr. belong­ ing to said estats. ail sales for cash. C. E. Broad brooks. Administrator estate cf John Moss, de­ ceased. 23-2t ; and ln littest Ion candii m « «rant didtroia : for two. »eMt-j. I tiiinl titany lliin^a for j rulief. but antlittta help, tillnt found it in thd I md C pill» or mediciua I ever triuil D R . K I N G ’ S C. X .n k t il o ld . Gnynn, W . V*. 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE AT ALL ORUGOlSTS: Telephone No. .27. Sabo Montana. Billings, Mont., May 21— More than 7,000 filings on land in the Billings . district have been made since July 1, 1008. according to the records oi the United States land office in this city.* This means that approximately 1,200,000 acres of land have passed from the ownership of Uncle Sam to that o f the homemaker, for although some of the tracts, were under ^IGO acres in size, many filings were made on 320 acre tracts, so that the average, according to the offi­ cials, was fully 100 acres. As a result of these entries the population of the district, which includes Yellowstone, Carbon, and parts of Mussel­ shell and ltosebud counties, was increased 17,500, basing the estimate on a ratio o f tw o ' and one half persons to each tract taken. The officials also say that prospective hoirie- seekers are exceptionally num­ erous this spring and that at the rate at' which lands are be­ ing appropriated the number of available agricultural tracts will he comparatively small by the end of this yeai\ M a d « A N « w M a n O f H im . “Twa« «ufiFeririg from pain in my itomàcb, head and back,” writ» H. T. Alston, Baleighi N. ee, “and my lirer and kidneyn did not work rigid, but iour bottlw'of Electric Bitters |niade ’me feel like a new man.” MICE SO GTS; AT ALL #MJ8 STOKE*.

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