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   Billings Gazette (Newspaper) - August 16, 1907, Billings, Montana                              August THE BILLINGS GAZETTE IN AUTOS OVER BOZEMAN TRAIL BILLINGS ELKS PLANNING STATE FOR PROGRAM FOR EVENT Automobile Races Will Be One of the Pea Carnival Will Follow Postals to Friends to Meet PANORAMIC MACHINE State Representative of Company Goes to representative of the luter Mountain Scenic Display leaves tonight lor Minneapolis to install several or tlielr electric panoramas In that This compiiny completed their machine which Is Installed on the comer of Twontyeishlh and from Iho scheme of advertising the city and Interest centered there last night the slalo Is certainly a novel Tito views displayed hero are sever al of the principal streets as well as number of public buildings anil resi These later on will be sent to other cities and giving pub licity to SAYS WAS OVERCHARGED SWITCHMAN LONG DECLARES PRICE WAS TOO AIR MATTER IN COURT The local lodge of Elks Iiavo com pleted arrangements to taUo at least a dozen automobiles from this city lo Bozeman Cor the state which meets there next Goorso and Balr will tnke their White and a number Bliss In this city will take gasoline fialr will also lake his new the Billings and with Ed Van Lcunon at the will pace oft a few heats on the new mile track at to show tlio people that It can make good time even on a circular There will bs a number of automobile In which some of the cars from this city will taUo Morris of have a couple of fast ma which will take to Boze man and enter in the It Is thought that Ellis from all over the state will lake machines and enter It is the intention of the com mitteo in charge of arrangements for the Sweet Pea carnival to have a number of automobile races anu ar rangements have been made with the fair association for use of the fair head of the state or has received a program for the two days which the IClks will As soon as the con vention is over the Sweet Pea carnl val Is to be Posters advertis ing both the convention and the carni val have been botten and are dis played in the windows of a number oj stores in They are printed in purple and white and an Elk in nls uniform of purple and white and the carnival queen are represented on the The Billings Elks have gotten ou pustal cards announcing the event which they are Bonding to their friends all over the The cards are printed in on white card and show a number of Indians on ponies going along what is labeled the Bozoman Banners carried by the Indians announce that they are the Billings while banners carried by some cowboys shown OH the picture announce that they are Miles City All ai the sur rounding towns are also depictety showing large delegations on horse back malting their way over the BOKO mau At the bottom of the card boars the announcement There will he a big bunch from eastern Montana and is signed One prominent feature of the which is conspicuous is the representation or a jug labeled Elks Following is a copy of the program First of visiting Members in nnifonn meeting at on1 Alain Regimental hand on Alain da noil and ladles social session at John I MOOS 11 Our Absent Second August Reception of rpccial train from session at at Bogerts grove by opera ses Selectious by Short atldreses by prominent TClks from outside concerts by Second Regiment band of Capital CiU of Great Fall Black Ladies Fech tors Military illuminated pa reception and ball at Ellis Our Absent Broth ARRESTED ON Charles Overman Thought to Have Stolen Articles from Barber Charles a colored was arroslcd early yesterday morning on suspicion of being the man who stole a number of articles from the Unn Ton Barber A razor a knife and quite an assortment of junk was found on Overman when ho was hut the proprietor of he sJion failed to identify any of the articles as belonging lo GRAVE GIVES UP ITS DEAD Waiter Alleges She Was Called Flus Lectures Lunch Coun ter News from Police DEATH ENDS CHECKERED REER OF CA FORMERLY LIVED HERE Jolin Noted Character in Bill Buried in Nameless Grave at But Washed Up and Iden Wealthy At this season we should eai spar ingly and We should help Ihe stomach as much as possi ble by Ihe use of a little Kodol occa Kodol for IndsoUIon an1 Dyspepsia will rest the stomach hy actually digesting tho food Sold hy Chappie Drug The Bulls for undersigned for sale at SO head of registered and full blood Hereford and Shorthorn all Montana range andcoming bulls will the reach ho twoyears These sold at prices within Btoekniori arid Thirteen heart are reglBlercd Here from tho of Jojjn el Balance are drafts of Shorthorn frorh thfe resistor ed herds ot Nick Kwelfel and of Write us for particulars and A telegram has been received by The Gazette from saying lhat ihe body of John a former resident of this which was buried about a mouth has been washed out of the cemetery and was fuund Brink is well known to the old limers of this many of them remembering him quite distinctly when usked concerning him yester Tho courts records show Unit on he was sentenced to one year in the penitentiary for forging a check on Colonel Henry who was a resident of At that time Andrew was the county atprney who prosecuted the and Attorney Ooddard appeared for the defend deputy county clerk was the foreman of the jury which found Brink guilty and sen tenced him to one As the state penitentiary was not built at that all of the prisoners served their time in Ihe county at the differ ent and tho slate paid the county for this Brink was again arrested in 1SS7 on a grand larceny the com plaint alleging lhat be stole one bay lorse branded eleven from Fan nie youngest daughter of fudge who Is at present liv ing at a suburb of Portland Miss Campbell was later married to James a pasenger conductor running out of this city in the early Brink was Indicted by the grand jury anil was tried May and pleaded not guilty lo the de manding a jury Sam Wilfly was county attorney at the time and Attorney Goddard appeared for the Judge Fan nie Bus man and Jim Fraser were the wit nesses In the Susnian testified that he had bought the horse from who claimed at tile time thai he had purchased the animal from a man who soon after went Jim Fraser testified that he had bought the horse from Susnian and showed a hill of sale In proof ot this As Brink did not introduce evidence to show where ho had seenred the horse the of which Falifrn was foreman at tho found him guilty and sentenced him to pay a fine of and the coals of the case and to be confined for a period ot lliree years In the Dur ing tho last confinement ot Brink John King was sheriff and Vaughan and Fred Foster were his After his release from jail on the last very little Is known by Iho old timers of what became of some saying that he remained In Ihls country for some time after wards and others that he went to the Ills recent rtealh and the sub setiuent finding of the body lead a number of them to think that he left hero soon afterwards and went Little Is known about Brlckn rela hut It is understood lhat he related to a wealthy family In the hut they had cast him off because of his From Wednesdays Richard a switchman in tlio employ of tho Northern was tiled before Judge Maim u police court yesterday afternoon on a charge of disturbing the and discharg Long was arrested Monday night ou complaint ot Charles mana ger of tho Northern Pacific lunch Iverson claimed that Long came into the lunch counter and created a disturbance by using vilo and indecent At the trial yesterday Manager Iversou testified lo Long coming into the restaurant and rais ing a and Miss a waitress at the also When the judge asked Miss Jacobs ivhero she was from she said she ivas from and that her folks lived in this city and that she had been here about two She stat ed that she worked for a number of families in and alleged that Long hart called her Flussy and abused her in a shameful Monday when he came into the counter to be waited She said that Long kicked over being charged for a saying that she had over charged She said that she had not and after telling that she had she said he started to abuse her and use vile and indecent lan Long testified ou his own saying that he had not used the vile and indecent language accredited to but on the contrary had been very gentlemanly In his kick at be ing A companion of Long testified to being overcharged once before In the at which time the police were but did not arrest as they were satisfied that be had been The judge admonished Manager Iversou not to bring vliis petty com plaints to the police In the future as they were not employed to settle dis putes In which 10 cents was nor were they in the business of col lecting accounts for The police tell said to judge lo Manager lhat you have called them several times to settle disputes over some 10 cent alleged and each time you have apparently been at Long was George manager of the Headquarters and Dan Kcar a laborer one one of the ranches in the were each fined for Iho local ticket brokors offices dis closed the fact tiat a man answering the of pur chased a ticket to Denver for himself and seoiried badly put out whoa they Informed him that they did not have i ticket to that place for a Jackson snys that his wife has been threatening to leave him for some tlmo and go to but declares that ho never savf anything moro than commonplace conversation pass be tween Mazier and his Ho is very anxious lo know whether r not his wife did run away with as ho says he Is willing to aid er financially if sho did but if 10 did ho does not want anything irther to do with He would ke to see Mnttier apprehended and rought back to this as he says lat the girl whom he abandoned will e unless he Jackson ft 2yearold child when she disturbing the Cough paid his but Kearney will have to laii gulsh In the city jail for the nexl five The two men were engag ed in trying to annihilate each other late Monday when Officer La velle arrived on the scene and kep them from doing serious injury to one anothers Judge Mann suspended sentence 01 four drunks and vags on condition that they leave lay Thomas Lynch and Jin vags and arrested b hlef Talgo and Ofllcers McDonald and were each given 20 days but sentence was suspended on condl lion that they leave Sentence was also suspended on Charles nrresled by Officer Soy on a charge ot John a vag nrreslert by Chlo was given 20 It is though Flynn is an old offender ha been ordered out once Eugene a drunk taken in hy Officer was fined or come and Kennedys Laxative Cough gentlj upon the bowels ani clears tho whole system of coughs avh Tt promptly relieves Inflamma tion of the throat and allays Irritation by Chappie Drug HIS WIFE IS MISSING Supposed to Have Eloped With Man Who Deserts Girl With Whom H Has Been Living Eor From Wednesdays According lo 15rnest i laborer living in one of Rollings houses on South Twentyninth street and a number of his former neighbors Bd Mazier Is n double dyed vil Jackson appeared at I he pollci slallon saying Hint In thought that Mazier had run nwa with his Jackson and n mimbo of Iho neighbors say lhat Mazier ha been living with a woman In one o the Iiolllng and they have ov ory reason to think that the coupl wore not H is said that Ma has promised a number of time to marry the but hns not don The woman with whom Mazlo hap been took sick a to weeks and hns been ybry since that A few nights as Mazier and llrst nnhio Jackfwriu Js whin both noarcil nt llib same Inquiry Telephone Stockholders The annual btockholdeis meeUng of the Billings company will bo held at tlie onico of tlio company at on August at 2 oojock A Reward of Will he paid for the arrest and con viction or Information leading there of any person caught stealing or Illegally branding horses or catle be longing to the HANDEL Buck Beginning April I will lake bucks to herd until November per THE PERFECT cores of Billings Citizens Have Learned If you sufter from There is only one way lo cure Tile perfect way is to cure Ihe kid A bad hack means sick Neglect urinary troubles Doans Kidney Pills are made tot idneys Donahue of 907 Ninth CJroat says I rocurerl Doans Kidney Pills for my nshand and they performed all that as claimed for them promptly and He complained of having ains across the small of his back nd olher symptoms of kidney t look only a fendoses of Doans Cidney Fills lo make a complete le them to be the only nos ive cure for Plenty more proof like this from filings Call at the Chappie Jrug company and ask what ciislom rs For sale by all Price 50 FoslRrMilhurn sole agents for Ihe United Remember the ake no LAST DAY FOR FILING One More Takes Up Claim Under the Huntley Reclamatitm 79 Claims Have Been Filed Alvin Bowman of iled on farm unit M in sections 1C and township 2 range 28 of the lands under the Huntley eclamalion project yesterday in the ocal land This contains of which acres are A tolal of 79 of the farm units have been filed on to and there still E52 of these As today s the last day for filing and only 50 of the names drawn it very probable that there will be more than 550 of the farms which will e thrown open to settlement by the August First Publication August Timber Act June Notice for United Stales Commissioners Of July Is hereby given that in compliance with the provisions of the let of congress of June eu lillod An act for the sale of timber lands In the states of Ore Nevada and Washington Terri as extended to all the public land slates by act of August Jarrio of coun Ly of state of has this day liled in this ollicc hei sworn statement for the pur chase of the SW14 of section 21 in township 9 range 2S and will offer proof to show that the land sought is more valuable for its timber or slone than for agri cultural and to establish he claim to said land before Fred at ou the lllh day of She names as witnesses Claus of Montana John of Mon tana George of Monlana Willard of Any and all persons claiming ad versely Ihe abovedescribed lauils aro requested lo file their claims in this oflice on or before said llth day of v First Publication August 1907 Timber Act June 1878 Notice for United States Commissioners Of July Is hereby given lhat in compliance with the provisions of tlie acl of congress of on titled An act for the sale of tinibei lands in the states of Ore Nevada and Washington Terri as extended to all Ihe public land states by act of August 1S92 John of cnuntj of slate of has this day tilod In this office his sworr statement tor the purchase of the NteVi of section 21 in lownshir 9 range 28 and will offer proof to show that the lam sought is more valuable for its llmbei or siloiio than for agricultural pur and lo establish bis claim to said land before Fred on tho llth day of He names as witnesses Claus Ami of Join of Montana George of Mon tana Willard of Mu Any and all persons claiming ad versely the abovedescribed lauds art requested to file their claims in First Publication August 1907 Timber Act June Notice for United States Commissioners Of July is hereby given thai in compliance witli the provisions of the let o congress of June en titled An act for the sale of limber amis in Ihe states of Ore Nevada and Washington Torri as extended lo all the public ami states by act of August Isabella of county of sliitc of Jlon nas this day filed in Ibis office office on or before said lltli day ol Register First Publication August 1907 Timber Act June Notice for United States Commissioners Of July is hereby given that h compliance wiih Ihe provisions of tin act of congress of June en An acl for the sale of tlinbe lands in the states ot Ore Nevada and Washington as extended to all the pnhlit land slalcs by acl of August 1892 of countj of state of ha this day filed In this oflice his sivon statement the purchase o sworn statement for tho of section 21 in towiisbij mvchase of the of section Jl In township 9 range 29 and will offer proof lo show that Iho land sought is more val lalne its timber or stone than for igricullural and lo establish ler claim to saut land before Fred at on the lllh day of She names as wilnessus Georgo of Montana Ricuard of Mon lana Byron of Montana William of Mus Any and all persons claiming ad versely mo nbovcdescrfueil lands aro requested to lile their claims In this ofllce on or before said llth day of First Publication August 1907 Timber Act June Notice for United Slates Commissioners Of July Notice is hereby given that in compliance with the provisions of tlio act of congress of June en titled An act for the sale of timber lands in Ihe states or Ore Nevada and Washington Terri as extended to all Ihe public land smtra by act of August Mary R of cowily of slate of Mon bus this day niod In Ihls ollice liqr sworn statement for tlic purchase of the of section Sl In township 9 range 29 will offer proof lo show thai Is more val uable for its timberor stone Iban for agricultural to establish her claim to said laud before Fred on Iho lith day She names as witnesses Icorprc of Monlana Rich iird 6f Montana Iyrfh of Mon tana William of Mussel Any and nil persons claiming i yerflfily Iho abovedescribed lands tire requested to file their claims In this bfflco on or before said llth day of 9 range 2S am will offer proof to show the lam sought ismore valuable for Us limbc or stone than for agricultural purposes ml lo establish his claim to said before Fred Commis at Ihe lllh day of 1907 He names as witnesses Claus And of Montana Join of Monlana George of Men lana Willard of Mus and all persons claiming ad versely the abovedescribed lauds are requested lo lile their claims In Ibis ollice on or before snid llth day of First Publication August 1907 Imber Act June 1878 Notice for United Stiles Commlsslonei s Ot Is hiiobj thit In omplwnco the pioyisions of the ct of congress of Juiip en itled An act for the sale timber in the stites ot Cillfoinlt Die Nevada and Washington Terr as extended to all the public ind states by act of August of county of Yel slate of has this ay filed iu this ollice his sworn slate lent for the purchase of the of section In township No range and vlll offer jjroof to show that the land ought Is more valuable for Us timber stono than for agricultural nd to establish his claim to said land jefoie Fred Commis at on tho lllh day of He names as witnesses George of Montana Javstun nt Mou ant Charles of Montana Magnus of Any and all persons claiming ad Ihe abovedescribed lands are eriuested to file their claims In this dice on or before saltl llth day ot First Publication August mber Act June Notice for United States Commissioners Of Juno is hereby given that in compliance the provisions of the let of congress of June en itled An act Cor the sale of timber amis in the states of Ore Nevada and Washington Terri as extended to all the public anu slates by act of August Vgnes of conn of state of ins tins day filed in this ofiicc her sworn statement for thy pur chase of the of of SWA f section 2S in township 0 28 and will offer proof lo show that the laud sought s more valuable for its timber or stone ban for agricultural anu to establish her claim to said laud before TYed Ilandor Commissioner it ou tho day of She names as witnesses George of Montana Seorge of Mon tana William of Mussel Montana Ferdinand 01 Any and all persons claiming ad versely the abovedescribed lands arc requested to file their claims in this office OH or before said 11th day of Fin Timber JAct ayne Notice forJWbllcatlori VA United CViiinjilfislortBr s1 flee Montana JD07Notice Ib hPioby n V compllince with Iho ofthin act of congress of Juut 3 ict foi the salo ot inds In the states of California Ore Nevada and Wishlnglon f exlonded lo all Iho public and slates hy act ot August Saiah M of floumlup county ot of Alontani has this filed In this ollice her swoin statement No for the putchise of the of seelkm No S In township 8 N lango No 2G and offer pioof lo show that the land sought Is moie val liable for its timber 01 stone tlitn for agricultural purposes and to establish ler claim to said land before tred W Commissioner at Mussel FikHj the lllh div of She names as witnesses lohn W of Montana Park er ofRoundup Monlana Ben Roundup Montana Tplm Roundup Montana Any and all persons claiming dd versely the abovedescribed linds no requested to file their claims in this office on or before said llth day of Register First Publication August 1907 Timber Act June Notice for Publication United States Of Juno is hereby given that in compliance with the provisions of act of congress of June en tilled An act for the sale of timber lands in the states of Ore Nevada and Wibititton lern as extended to all the publii land states by act of Uigust I Ben of state of has this day filed in this office his sworn statement for the purchase of Ihe NWV1 of section 2S in township 8 range 2G and will offer proof to show that the land sought is more valuable for its timber or stone than agri cultiiral and lo establish Hi claim to said land before Fred W at MAIS on the llth tiny of He names as witnesses John W Montana Park cr of Montana Brit of Montana of and all persons claiming ad versely Ihe abovedescribed lands are lo file their claims in this oflice on or before said llth day of First Publication August 1007 Timber Act June Notice for United Slates Commissioners Of July is hereby given that in compliance with the provisions of the act ot congress of June titled An iict for the sale of timber lands in states of Ore Nevada and Washington Terri ns extended to all the public land suites by act of August John Wesley of county of slate of Mon has this day filed in this office his sworn statement for the purchase of the of seclion 24 in township 9 nmge 28 anil will offer proof lo show the land sought is more val uable for its timber or stone ban for agricultural nml lo establish his claim before Fred at ou the Jlth diiy of tie names as witnesses Claus And of John of Montana Goorgo of tana Willard of Mussel Any and all persons claiming ad versoly Ihe abovedescribed lands arc recincsled to lile their claims in oitice on or before saiil llth day of fFirst Publication August 1M7 Timber Act June Notice for United Slalcs Commissioners Of July Notice is hereby given that in compliance with the provisions of the of congress of June en titled An act for the sale of timber lands in the states of Ore Nevada and Washington Terri as extended lo nil the public land slates by act of August William of coun ty of slate of has Ihls day filed in his office his sworn Hlalement 303J Tor the purchase of ho N14 SISx of section 28 In township 8 range and will offer proof o show thaiIhe land sought more valuable for its limber or ston9 limn for agricultural and to es tablish his claim to said land before Fred at Mon on Iho nth day of Octob Mo names Vs witnesses John of Montana Brit of Montana William of Oeorgc Mon Any and all persons claiming ad votBoly the iihbvedescrihed lands nrd requested to file claims In this office on or before said llth tiny of First Publication August 11107 Timber Act June Notice for Unilud Stains Commissioners Of June is hereby given in compliance with ho provisions of the act of congress of Juno en tilled An act for he sale of limber lands in tho stales of Ore Nevada and Terri us extended to all the public land states by ant of August of county of slate of has Ihis day filed ill Itiis oilico her sworn stalemenl for the purchase of of section 20 In towusmp 8 range 2I and wu offer proof to show lhai the land sought is more val uable for its timber or stone than for agricultural and lo establish her claim o said land before Fred at on tlio llth day of She nilmes as witnesses Parker of Montana John of Montana of Montana it of Any and all persons claiming ad versely the abovedescribed lands are requesled to Pile Ihcir claims in this oflice on or before said llth of First PublicationJuly Notice for Department of tlio Land Of lice at July Notice is lierbey given that John of has lied notice of his Intention to make final flvoyear proof support of his viz Homestead entry made March for lot section BV4 NE section township I range and said proof will be made be fore Roglster and Receiver IJancl Office at on August JIo names tho following witnesses to prove bin continuous and the viz Charles Fleming of Monlana Oharley Wymiin of Mori tnna Bonjamln Billings Montana John Con First Publication August 1907 Timber Landi Act June Notice for United Scales Of June is hereby given that in compliance with Iho provisions of the act uf congress of June en titled An act for the sale of timber lands in the slates of alifornia Oio Nevada and Washington Terri tory as extended lo all the public land slates by act of August Charles or coun ty of slate of bus Ihis day liled In this oflice his sworn statement for the pur chase of Die NWyt of section lownship 9 range and will offer proof to show that the land sought is more valuable for its timber or stone than for agricul tural and to establish claim to said land before Fred Mus on he llth day of lie names as witnesses Charles of Montana Wil liam of Mon tana George of Montnaa William of Mussel Any and all persons claiming ad versely the abovedescribed lands are requested to file their claims in this ollicc on or before said lllh dayof First Publication August 1907 Timber Act June Notice for United Slales Commissioners Of hereby given that in compliance wiih the provisions of the act of congress of June en titled An act for the sale of timber lauds In tho states of Nevada and Washington as exlended to all the public land states by act of August Gcoige of coun ly of state of has this day tiled in this ollice his sworn statement for the pur chase of the 3 of SWVi of section 22 in township 9 range 28 and will offer proof lo show that land sought is more valuabel for its timber or stone than for agricultural and lo establish his claim to said land before Fred at on Hie Hlb day of lie names aswitnesses George of icorge Mon tana William of Mussel Montana Ferdinand of Any and all1 persons claiming ad versely the abovedescribed lands arc requested lo iile theirclaims In this olflce on or before said lltli day of Register Vi IS S Ml VI It iS V Special Attention Given to Administration of Estates X 11 HENRY and Frobaling of First National Bank Manis Employment Office 27th 8t 9ouih MALE HELP FURNISHED Memknhill   

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