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Inter-Lake, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1891, Demersville, Montana lie Inter FRIDAY JUNE THE Anaconda Standard has a column about the new Kutte di It compares it with one 10 years which gave the pop ulation at The present population is placed at The Standard gives some curious facts in regard to names in the The names begin with Ambrose Abalatesta and end with One interesting thing in the di rectory is the remarkable fall of the The Sullivans have been for years Buttes best A year ago they had 181 names in the against only 39 for the the past year has proved a fatal one to the while the Smiths have been springing up like mush The Sullivans are still in in the but the Smiths arc only a neck and at the present rate of increase will double discount them in another I here arc now only while the Smiths number There are also eight and if these would anglicize their Smith would be the banner family of The most numerous full name in Butte is John There are 21 of The only family besides the SulHvans and the Smiths with more than 100 names in the direc tory is the Williams There arc 109 of Very close to the 100 mark is the John son which has 97 names and ranks There are also 10 The Murphys arc fifth with and the Jones family sixth with Seventh is the McDonald clan with Close behind is the Thomas family with ranking Curiously enough the Davis family is gaining great sirices in Since the Davis will con test began there have apparently been people of the name of Davis come to light that were never dreamed of A year ago were 44 of the Davis family in and now they In addition there are seven who spell it The Davis Family ties the Brown family for ninth there also being 63 Tenth in number is the Harring ton with 57 Next come the KJlys with and 12 more who spell it The Andersons have a round half The Lynchs and Har riss are tied at 47 and closely following are the Evans Rich ards families tied at tiic darks and 7 more who spell it and the Martin and OBrien families all tied at There are 40 Thompson and Shea are tied at while num bers and Murray and Ryan are all tied at There 29 the same number of 28 Kings and 26 THE PACIFIC Tracklaying is going on almost every day on the Pacific exten The end ot the track is now about 165 miles west of Pacific and is gradually nearing the great trestle over the Two It is now somewhere about ten miles from that huge mass of The Two Medicine while not as long as the one Cutbank will be considerably higher at the highest where the top of the rails when laid will be about 212 feet above the level of the It is being built on the same gen eral plan as the Cutbank bents on each end with a span 01 tress at the highest When completed it will be the seconc highest trestle in The bridge over Marent about thirty miles west of Missoula on the Northern being about thirteen feet That struct ure was first built of but it has since been replaced by and it is said to be the intention of Hill to eventually substi tute the latter material for all the high wooden trestles on the ex Falls he Boston OLOTHI3NTQ JUST New Stock and LOW Give us a learn our prices before buying else No trouble to show New goods constantly FOR Store building and lot on Gregg for per month 5 C Columbia otiBO for Land Oilico nt Juno Notico is hereby riven uini wo A1 iJistrict of at July viz John 1 who matlo nomootood cutiou uw no qr nw a 20 He names tho followlnn witnotjws to prpvo contimimis riHiidmico nwou and cultiviiticm James Hurl llohert John GeorBo nil of llOBKUT Clinton SWA AtlorneyatLaw md Now Flathead Land Heal bought and eoJ Complete nt JUJ Money land on personal Notice for make finiil proof In itupportnF tlwtmifl will Oonimimlouor of u THERE will be lively times in York state at the election this There are to be chosen at that election a lieutenant secretary of con attorney gener state a full senate of 32 a full assembly ot 128 and ten of the supreme besides a full set of county officers in many of the There will be more pol itics to the square inch and more boodle floating around loose than the empire state has experienced in many a WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN THE FINEST Notltci lor Land OHtce nt June f Notlco in horobs given that I ho follow ingnnm cd noltlur tuw notice of Kin intentioni to mnJm limit prooC in support of IiU and thatHiiitl proof will tornado before Andrew tho court for tho of at on July Willium who mads fireetnplina for tho llol nw ur no a 20 Ih names tin following witncssoo to provo Ills coirtimiouti roiiidtmco and cultivation enitl viz Charles Albert Karl Jnnios till of Kgun jiiKBoulu KoiiKRT Banford William 11 Snmifcr who Ho 11113 for tho uorthwort 22 Ho nnmcs Iho following ontinnons residence upuu anl aid land John M Hollo Hi of Ashley KODKBT Fin i Clinton THE oldest newspaper on the Pacific the Alta has suspended publication for the lack of The paper was a commercial and its news and reports in that line were relia Its editorial page was always filled with pungent paragraphs and was widely The Altas clem is regretted by newspaper men all over the smokers In the Flathead Family and saloon trade We defy Give us a one Block West of Cliff Timber Vlnal for TJwiTKD STATUS LAND Notico in herohy givon that Frederick lor tonn filinl noticu of intention to mnke hnal proof biforo Andruw Commissioner uf io Circuit Court for tho IJistrict of at hin olluo in on tho IHth ilay of on timboi culture application for the Bo V W 2 who now desires to commute He mimes witacRfles John 1 Edward Alvin U Martin nil of Jliesoulo county KODEUT Scott THE young man and the young woman that is born upon a farm and grows up to love a rural is fortunate Since there is more peace of mind in this pur more that is conducive to health and long and more con tentment than in all other pur suits known among THE Missoula Gazette suggests that the city prisoners can be given excellent employment in filling up the rnud holes in the streets of that A similar system would be advantageous to SOME very interesting figures have lately been published regard ing the census of The best general summary of the situ ation may be presented in the statement that in the first year of the present century the popula tion of Ireland was and which is about excess of the present The cen sus returns show that Ireland reached the highest mark in when the census gave the count at upwards of eight Since that year the returns have shown a steady the figures which we are quoting being these Of Irish emigrants since it is es timated that the United States have received about These census returns show the re sults of a century of wrong land bad administration and an unjust relation of the governing to the THE famous Baccarat trial in London came to an end the first of the and the verdict of the jury was against Sir William Gordon GUILELESS Providence Nice aint said a man at Wood River station the other as he picked up a sample of hen fruit from a pail that a fellow passen ger responded the owner of the Iheyrc pretty good Blooded he but as I only paid 22 cents for them I guess they wouldnt hows that said an ignorant city man who stood you replied the man with the if these cggs were sold for hatching they would fetch some thing over a dollar a bakers dozen being of blooded but the supply being greater than the de mand they were sold for eating purposes at the regular market rate of twentytwo The to keep guard against their use for has run a fine needle through the butt end of each so as to just pierce the inner a trick that docs away with all hope of hatching This little scheme of the guileless farmer to keep up the price of hatching eggs in season was new to the city but his informant said it was a practice as old as the buying your hat sec the large assortment at All the new 41 Sullivan has just shipped in a Tine lot of brood mures also a thoroughbred Norman Pcrch eron which will stand for the season at his ranch in 1air view six miles north of SiO for the or to Any parties breeding marcs who fail to get colt can get service at half price next 40 C Notice is hereby given that from arid after this date I will not be responsible for any debts incurred by Harry PAUL Dated this 11 day of June 1891 MiSSING One 1S for Land Notice in Riven tlmt I lie foUowinffnnm I liettUir luiH iilci iiolicti of bin intoliLiim tonmko linul proof in of hifl nnitl that Kttid liroof will hi inndo bpfoirp Andrjiw Hwii omininnioer of tho V circuit Iortlip district uf nt mi vu Thnodtjrc who nuvlo Il20ri Ifor tlie H HI no all 20 Ho tiio Following witnesses in provo IUH continiKUH nnktenco upon and cultivation of saiiu viz Earl Itonjnmiu Ilupcit Jamen nil of NOTICE FOll PUBLIC iTIo kBnd Office at Juno 1st Notice IB hereby riven tlmttke d Battler him filed notico of final proof in support of hi n proof will bo miulo beforo Aool of tho Ci of Montana at viz William who 11S10 for the BWH 20 Ha names tho following witcwiM rontiiuious reaidoace upon Baid viz ie iiincs John Mprril Jjco al Clin ton NOTICE TOU PUBUUTIW Land Office at Notice is nnmo hereby glvei taut bled notice nl thai Clinton A THE curious world has read of all the sensational features in Londons famous baccarat The affair has given occasion for flood of and the sever est comments on the Prince of Wales come from the English It appears to be admitted that he is kept up to his ears in debt by his propensity for gamb and the word sent this country is that the revelations at the trial have ended all hope that the government will pay off his They tell us that the king do no wrong and the infcr therefore is that a crown prince does only that which is Under the it is not wrong for the Prince oi Wales to pack his own cards and counters about from house to but it isnt an awfully nice tiling for an heir apparent to you EVERY state may have its draw but tornadoes and cyclones are not among those peculiar to The resident of this favored state when reading the distressing accounts of the loss of life and wholesale destruction of property in some of the eastern caused by the jarring ele will breathe a prayer of thankfulness that his lines are cast in glorious Montana where tornadoes and cyclones are CURIOUS Only about 50 per of Eng lish clergymen are The most turbulent member of the Topeka city council is named A boy in Washington state cot 54 wild pigeons with one swoop of his A boy in Atchison Kan catches English sparrows in a rat London proposes to build a structure that will throw the tower in the Lake vessels exceed in size and number all coasting and river craft of this An adult laboring man wastes five ounces of muscle in the course of his daily In proportion to its population Australia is the largest tea con suming England Military experiments in Russia prove that tho strongest walls are snow No cannon can bat ter them A Grand Rapids lover was mean and ungallant enough while court ing his fiancee one evening to steal her Sixty million tons of iron ore are in sight around Iron Moun more than can be mined in 20 A monster June weighing over 500 was caught in the bay off Arkansas last A South aldermans hen had a spirited battle with a marauding The hen killed the A German scientist claims to have discovered the bacteria which produces baldness by destroying the roots of the A 6yearold boy at fell 43 feet into a well con taining but little water and escap ed with a few A new occupation for women in London is that of conversation whose business it is to coach up ladies for dinner Gold with its river ware houses and is now high and dryv an inland A re cent flood completely changed the course of the Coquille Montana is larger than the Em pire of Texas is larger than the whole Australian Empire by square and New Mexico is larger than Great Brit ian and Ireland to Small for office that Adams sells Mitchell full line of new jewelry at 4Otf Small does fine work on store fronts kinds of spectacles at Martins jewelry 4Otf nothing like a fine tie to catch the stationery constantly arriving at Adams cash For fine old whiskies for family and medicinal use go to Gamer 4OW4 loaned for one year or more on farm at office of Flathead Banking 38tf recd 50 dozen pair of Ladies Hose from 10 cents a pair at the Racket only place in the valley to get a stylish outfit at eastern is at the Boston clothing Strawberry and creamery social every afternoon and evening at the City strawberry and cream the leading drink to be had nly at our Light hall 42 wishing to buy a good eastern milch cow please address Allen or call at Sam Pools of 403 large stock of blanket quilts and pillows at rock bottom Liberal estimates made on furnishing lodging Cannon opposite Cliff 41 desirable residence lots in block on the corner of Foy and First east of Small house on one of the Enquire at this manager of lars wholesale liquor house on Derners avenue received this week a large stock of thefinest also the best line of case goods ever broilight to They will have a stock of goods One buckskin branded IS on near The chestnut Barri8onJohn K cd the bar of a curb bit on right A Suitable reward will be given for information as to their 432 WALTER I nm sole owner of the Flathead Livery and Feed All bills due to said stable must be paid to and all debts owing by said stable will be paid by Thanking niy friends for their past I invite them to call and see me 434 JESSE Flathead Livery NOTICE TO 11 Land Ollico at i J Notico is hereby Hint Itio uiun ed sothr iilou notice of his intention to make proof iu hupport of that miid proof will ninth1 licffro Andruw CominiHsionnr nf tlie flrcuit court for tho of ut on June viji John who matlo IWOO for the 21 21 Ho Hid followini witnosMfl lo hin continuous upon antl cnltivation of Hidd Lahan John Joseph all of ItoiiEHT linton NOTICE KOR OlflIOE AT IIlBSODIjA i May Notice is hnrohy Kven that tho followingnoin oil IUIB filud notirp of intention to roaKc finiil in tti JUH find that sflKl procjf will be niwle hofonj Andrew com miBBiouwof Uio circuit court for tlio dis trict of nt on Juno viz John EarrB who nrido 107HO for tins ls no ui BW Jj BOO 211 u r 2i Hn iiaiiuH fillowinK witnppflri to prove cnnUnunuH rnsiiicucu upon nnd cultivation uaid viz hfn Ahmzo ClmrloB Louin of MonL ItOtlEKT 1 mnke fiuul proof iu sapriortof hi saitl proof will ho mode before of the tlm district of at AJili n 1 July viz Chnrlen who nji Application J 210 for theniii ewH 2D 21 commaU the IIo names tlie following trltnttMc continuous rcsidouce npon an 1 i mid vie Uichard Beth Mcfsrrai James all uf jj ItODKlTFl Clinton MiBiog Miiv Complaint havlnf entersd it Ag by Hnport Jonlnn and Bda for nlMindoniriK hia llomextoaii dated May upon tlie let and tho Bwy nw4 KC 20 iu MiHBOula to the cancellation of Baul U licroby summoned to npiwurW before Andrew at 10 oclock tn teatimony concerning And it IB hereby Notlco for LAND OFFICE April Notlco in herelij tlmt Iho followinKnnm Rottlar hiia liletl ntilice of his intention to imiki nnal proof in Hiipport of hin and miiti proof will lie rmulo hoforo Andrew tlommisaiontr of tho circuit court for tho district of ut oa July vii John Fftiwdiiih who mado Proomption 11700 for tho nw qr nw qr sw qr qr nw qr BOC 20 ti 211 n r 21 Hts the following witneHses to prove hi a continuouH rosidonce upou iwid cultivation said viz Albert Knrl Petcrtson and Thonius nil of Clinton NOTICE rOR LAND OFFIOK AT June f Notice hpriby given tlmfc tho foUowinsnnrn cd settlor HOB iSlod not ico of MB intention to mulct finnl proof in mipport of MB nnd tlmt proof will bo mudo before Andrew Bwiincy CpmmiHBionor of tho circuit conrt for the district of tit on July viz George who made proemption filing 8382 for tho no nM nw tp 28 21 Henamen the followinB witnesses to provfi hit roflidonco npon aiid cultivation if BBid viz Bcarln Joseph nil of KOIIKRT on hand in a few an exclusive days and will do wholesale busi NOTICE FOR LAND OFFIOK AT Juno f Notico is hereby given that the following nnm ed settler hiis filed nutico of his intention to mate final proof in support of his and that BHK proof will be mado before Andrew Hwanoy ommiesioner of the Circuit Court for th District of at on Jill viz ChurJiCB who made Homestead Applica tion 4071 lot the wii nw4 20 He names the following witnesses to prove i i continuous resilience opon nnd cultivation o said land viz 111 port Alexander Schonfnlclt JuniiB Jusoph nil o RODBST Millinery Store Having just received a full line of Fancy and I respectfully solicit the patronage of the Ladies of the Room on 1 ngalls L K GREGCi March FOll 1UH LI Lmiel Oflico ut May Notice in hereby given that tho following nnn Ol lias liliu notice of Inn hifenUrm to iiuitl iiriHiC in Hijpport of liiii and that lirouf will bo mmlo before Andrew oinniiBHionor of Iho circuit court for tlie of at on Jiiuu viz widow of Aaron who fnr the no1 so qi nVi Rw 27 21 Ho namoH Uici followina witnesBiH to prove iliil rcHidcnco upon and cultivation uaid viz Daniel all if and John of II JHEin1 Clinton V above notice be poblinheil couKucutivo in tho IKTEI Lmti newspaper printed in UOBEIIT F NOTICE FOR PUBLlCATlOl Land Office at Notico is hereby riven ed sottUr has filed notice of bin linal proof in support of cli proof will no inane before the of the Uoited Saul court for tho ctintrict Montana on Jnne viz Edmund who plication 47U3 for lot 1 He names tho Iollowius coiitinuouH resiiJenco npon lad i suid viz Petor Walter plicr Kichard ROBERT A We have the new powerful mowers and rakes of the famous Walter also the genuine partis and Wood brand of all Walter Wood is not only an but a rare with the inborn faculty of putting bright ideas into commonsense The intensely American style of Us machines makes others look clumsy and He is one of those earnest men who do iiot say much but his machines in the We liave pamphlets explaining them in plain and would like to have thrifty men send for copies and come and see this fine group of J
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