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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 6 June 1913

1i ~ .ZK2~ · '~ :' If you are jiust starting a new basi~king connection; start right; ,Kvejfy courtesy; and accqrnodatioin ,.. litent with good biusiues principles wyi~llbe placedat yogitnrie S1¶ATLIA&W OF HARLOWI'O$ Lougest Banking Record in Mussel-x :: selValy The Empress Theatre I Wien. Heinecke, ,Mana ger I MOTION PICTURES I Thursday a id Sunday Night SHarlowton Opera House O'Donnell Come and convince yourself that our STYLES1 QUALITY, ;PRICE and WOWI4lAN1SFUIP :is non-compareable. a rlowton Shoe Store 3Friedrich & Muggenburg, Prop. A eHandle: the :Rn Vl =n UTO ýv 1 mmost' CQmplete, A o L ivery Stock of Ford re .Auto Lvery , pairs in the Cow .BATTERIES MISCO BATTERIES test from 25 " .._....._..._ :....: to 30 amperes Automobile Accessories always in Stock. Repairing, reasonable -prices Phone -100, Located half block South of Post Office HARLOWTON, " MONTANA Your New Curtains Now that summer is-here you will want new curtains. We are showing the largest and best line in t...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 6 June 1913

R. N. JO ES Office In Tankikui Building Insurance, Money to Loan on :Farin Lands. Phone No.' 37 Harlowtoni ` = f Montana L. D. GLENN ATTORNEY-AT- LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC Will practice "il Alstai., and fed eral courts. (dnveyan i.eg and col lections, Oillce in Tihe first National Bank block on Cen tral Ave. Hlarlowton. - - - Montana. 1 A. J. Dreyer ARCHITECT See me before you build. I pre pare all plans and specifications. School Houses a specialty. YOUR Wheat by the latest process of milling in the finest and most mo dern mill in the West makes: Harlowton Flour BRANDS: Sapphire Isis Roses Judith Queen Monteo Everybody's Try It. Under Our Guarantee Montana Flour Mills Co. M anti u fact ure rs lHarlowtOn, - Montana City Bakery FRESH BREAD, PIES and CAKE. Having bought out the Ross Confectionery, we are prepared to supply you with candy, ice cream etc. HOME MADE CANDY WHOLESALE and RETAIL Remember the place. Busy Bee Corner. CITY BAKERY HARLOWTON, MONT. E. R. LAUSTED CIVIL ENGINEER Ditch...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 13 June 1913

The .Cnlulno h Musselshell News VO., liARL1SWfUN M1 l .C NTY moNI.ANA, F~RIDA~Y, JUNE 13, 191J lea.Ct. Killing Takes Place I onay afternoon about Two O'clock on Public Highway near 'Farm of O ai C ss-- Culmination of tong tandin quarrel MQnday afternoon about twro o'clock a quarrel, that has evide tly been brewing for some ti ebetween Jesse Lockhart and Albert Yaznt culminated in the murder ofJLoc hart by Lantz on the pubic' high way near the home of Oscar Cass. It seems that Lockhart had bor roWed a fur lined overceat fromn; Yantz last winJer valued at $55 and had failed to return"'samr. Yants asked Lockhart 'Monday mornilng to -make a settlement in some way for the coat and Lock hart told him to see a lawyer for ' settlement. Just after the =noon hour Albert Yantz accompanied by his father, iWm. Yantz, started for; the ranch of the former, walking and each carrying a pack on his back and leading two colts. When near the home of Oscar Cass they were overtaken by Jesse Lockhart and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 13 June 1913

THE SMOKEHOUSEI On AND BILLIARD HALL WILL OPEN ON SATURDAY L JUNE 14 KOEHLER AND HINRICHS BIL LIARD AND POOL TABLES. ALL pi UNION MADE. COMP ETE LINE OF CIGARS TO BACCOS AND CANDIES. FURNISHED FIRST CLASS THROGH OUT. ti p1 E. J. ENGLISH, f PROPRIETOR HARLOWTON, MONTANA a n C euadquar rs:t For all Building Materials. Get our prices before pur chasing elsewhere. We can save yon money., Machinery, Traction Engines, and all kinds of farm machinery. We are exclusive agents for the celebrated John Deere Plows, etc. Montana Lumber Co. HARLOWTON MONTANA LOW ROUND TRIP FARES via the "MILWAUKEE" I Dates of sale-June 6, 7, 9, 12, 14, 20, 21; July 2, 5, 9, 16, 23, 30; August 6, 13, 20, 27; September 3 and 10, 1913. FROM ALL STATIONS IN MONTANA TO POINTS IN Illinois Michigan Ontario Indiana Minnesota Pennsylvania Iowa Missouri Quebec Kansas Nebraska Tennessee Maine New Brunswick Vermont Maryland New Jersey Virginia Massachusetts New York Wisconsin Nova Scotia FROM ALL STATIONS IN MONTANA TO Seat...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 13 June 1913

An inan maii~tt'~ Crae:oe 4ex was sdoon picked up by Ourefflicient oakers and hurried to jail He was sent` lback to Fergus eounty, wher he ad come from, to be takek.are of. See the City Dray Line for xll dray and transfer busines. Cab to any part of the city: day or night. Resident agent for Conti nental Oil Co. Telephone No. 11 Harry Cosgriffe, prop.--ady~. A number of Mains were down from Two Dot Monday to see the third degree conferred upon tbeir fellow townsman Perry J. iMoore, Jr. Amongt those 'present were the following: Perry J, Moore, Sr. Dr. Tice, E. C. Baxter. (eo. K. Robertson; Forrest Smart, and Sent C. P. Tooley. I will pay the highest cash price for all kinds' of household goods, stoves, dish s7 etc. See me when you need anything. If I haven't got it I will get it. Op. posite Hogi's Saloon: A large-party actoed from Twox Dot to flarlowton last Sunday to take i n the ball game between tie locals and Klein.. The following were in the crowd: Miss Shumaker, Miss Van Camp. ...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 13 June 1913

TH~E CASTAWAY By SUSAN YOUNG PORTER "Boat on the starboard quarterr" cried the lookout. I was first otficer of the Helen Drew and on duty. With my glass I swept the waters as indlcated and brought within the field of view a ship's boat. now raised high on the crest of a wave and now sinking low in the trough. Whenever It was inclined sidewise to ward me I could see lying motionless on the bottom the body of a woman. I gave an order to put the ship's bow toward it and when within a reasona ble distance sent a boat out for It and its contents. On its return I ordered the boat mis ed to the main deck, and the body was immediately lifted out. It was that of a young girl not more than seventeen years old. The ship's doctor at once made an examination to determine If she were dead and reported signs of life. She was removed to a cabin and by the united efforts of the doctor and the stewardess was restored to con sclousnesM When she s e if aty eoOY ered to be gaqstle she was askid how she ...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 13 June 1913

with the6 Annual Memoria Srvice ]hch will then be obto e. At the 8 o$elock even vice the .intister wilt speak onSomie Thouights Suggested by tht fGent Fatal Quarrel which Shoced our `town" If your duty doe not call youi blsewiere we shall be 1l& to see you. Odd, Fellows Memorial : Srvices Tjnion services will be "held at the M. C. Church Suniday, June 16 at 11 a. m. All Odd tellws are earnestly requsted to be priesenit at this service. Everybody cordially invited. Sermon by Rev L M. 3ennett. A. T. ANDERSON U. S. Couaissioner Land `li ngs and Proofs. Ofice in Har owton New4 ftarlowton, - - vontana VAN TILBURG We arenmanufacturers of aers of Kerotene Ing and Distillate in tank dar, Slpliaes for Gaeolitae 'tractors a speclalti' Prices on The V M Tilburg Oi C ., AU nheapoll W` ' 's Nichols & Logan Contractors and Jobbers We do all'kinds of repairing and new work. Have us figure on your next job of B Ti ILDING Located ii the OLD CURTIS' BUILDING The Empress TheatreI Wm. Heinecke,...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 13 June 1913

Won Lost Pet. Great Falls .21 10 .677 Salt Lake .21 11 .66 Helena ............:.4 17 .45k Butte .. ....2 17 .414 Missoula ........... .12 17 .414 Ogden ... ........... 11 21 .344 VATIC NAL LEAGUE. Won Lost Pet. Philadelphia........24 11 .686 New York ............22 17 .564 Brooklyn.............21 18 .538 Chicago ..............22 20 .524 Pittsburg .............21 21 .500 St Louis ..........15 21 .417 Cincinnati............17 27 .386 Boston................15 30 .333 AMERICAN LEAGUE. Won Lost Pet. Philadelphia..........32 10 .762 Cleveland ............32 13 .711 Washington ..........24 18 .671 Chicago ... .. ......25 21 .543 Boston................19 23 .452 Detroit ..............18 29 .383 St Louis..............19 31. .380 New York ........ . 9 32 .220 MIDLAND LEAGUE Won Lost Pet. Sheridan ..............:. 6 .) 1000 Billings.... ...... 4 2 .666 Lewistown......... 2 4 .383 Buffalo ................. 0 5 .000 No. 0270. REPORT OF THE CONDITION or The First National Bank At Hlarlowton. In t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 20 June 1913

t i~ Th onttuto~ Mu.50Iek.II fern vp ý ARow N.Jkg AflE 061NT e ONTA1N ;11A MINDE" 20, 1913 N.5 Albeil Ya ntz is 0 ExoIerated A `yt Tinaj Hearing L st.W W k. ,o ttii:e f e Evidence from L~ast ee The preliminary hiearitg ;of A. bert Yalu for the killing h esee 'Lodkhart took placq befor1Ae McParland. After all thy te'sti mony had been sulb)Ait( the bJudge decided hewas } stie d in the kil*ling and t rge t kdidae ?The testionReevys j1 fpm drthat aiit a tie cor oner's inquest. County attorney Linn assisted by deputy tohnty i4ttorney Hue band prosecu .d t@ case. The Afollowing isithq ptna - part of the testimony of th eoreoer's inquest. TESTIMON1 OF A;. WBN)ER SON>. Aged;, lives on KWeler ranch, oc cupation, ranch hand. Q. low, as youtwere traveling southward did you see three or four parties fighting on the road? A. Yes, I saw tjoprtiel&fight ing. Q. How far were you from t4iem when you fire r 'them? A. Two hundred yk or more. Q. Now just state what you saw and what you: Beard, i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 20 June 1913

The Harlowton Kwspqnr Dewaay TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One Year.. ...................82.101 Subscription Payable in Advance. ADVERTISING RATES FURNISHEC ON APPLICA2ION PUBLISHED EVERfY FRIDAY. Entered as second-class matter August 2d, 1006, at the postoillce at Harlowtor., lo tana, under the act of congress of March 3d1879. Subscribers who fail to receivp their papers will please notify this office. Subscribers desiring address changed, please give former address, as well as new one. NOTICE Copy for change of advertising must be in this office by Tuesday evening to receive the proper attention WOULD-BE BAD MEN The killing of Jesse Lockhart by Albert Yantz last week is only an other bit of evidence of the seri ousness of carrying deadly weap ons in time of peace. Regard less of the stringent laws now in effect, making this act a penal offence, there are far too many young men carrying fire- arms, not only in this locality, but in the state at large. There is absolutely no reasonable exc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 20 June 1913

Mis Carelf higetertied"i the mead :lub last >Friday aft ruoipp at her - ,rooms in th e Marshall bloel _,. The memnbers de" Bided to give an Ile Cream. Social on the lawniof the Nichols (W. 0. Straight house) residence, Wed u1esdayevening, Jun 25th, and to charge 25c for ice ceraman ui-cake. Committees wkereappointed to at *tend to the securing of mud anad to the decorations. After the bus iness meeting 'delicious refresh merts were served by Miss "Hell ln& See the City Dray Line ` for all dray a d transfer hbuine. Call to any part of the :city day or night. Resident agent for Conti= nen1tal- Oil Co. Telephone No. 11. Harry Cosgriffe, plop. -ýadv Word tras reeived Mondtu ay of the death of Otto, the two-year old sonof Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jorgenson Fof' Tlhree Forks. M.rs. Jorgenson 1adj taken him to Chi cago to be operated upon. o par ticulars of th1 q4cue of 'his death ha e been received. Mr. Jorgen son is an engineer on the Milwau kee and lived` i Harowton when the road was ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 20 June 1913

(Continued From Page One) ing south, on the main road, while I was standing near the #e ce. Q. While yogi ýrexe staiding there while the fight was going ono A. Yes, sir. Whe they came up the fight was qver but they were com ing up the road while it was going on not far from the Yantzs or Lock hart's. Q. Do you know who they were? A. I do not. I didn't know them at all. Q. Did they stop or ask any questions? A. They did not, just kept moving. Q. Did you notice what. kind of horses they were driving? A. No, I did not, one was a four, horse team and I believe they were both four horse teams. Q. They must have seen a part of this fight? A. Why, they mutst have seen a part of it. Q. Were they driving slowly? A. Well, the horses were walking. Q. What kind of horses were they? A. I don't remember what kind of horses they were. Q. Could you describe the horses or the drivers? A. I am afraid not. I wasn't giving them much atten tion and I don't remember anything definitely about them. Q. Did...

Publication Title: Harlowton News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 20 June 1913

For all Building aterials. Get our itces before pur. chasing eliewhere. We can save yon money. Machinery Traction Engines, and all kinds of farm machinery. We are exclusive agents for the telebrated: John Deere Plows, etc. Montana Lumber Co. HARLOºWTON MONTANA. The Empress Theatre Wm. Heinecke, Manager MOTION PICTURES Thursday and Sunday Night fl~arlowto 4pera Iisuse O'DonueIll Shoes Come and convince yourself that our STYLES, QUALITY, PRICE and WORKMANSHIP S is non-compareable. Harlowton Shoe Store IFriedrich &M ggenbur gProp. Nh~WINAUO(ODM We H~andle .the mammememmes mp a AUTOs m Copmplete Stock of Ford re Auto LiVery pairs in the Co. BATTE IE"S MISCO BATTERIES test from 25 to 30 amperes Automobile Accessories always in Stock. Repairing, reasonable prices Phone 100, Located half block South of Post Office HARLOWTON, MONTANA B. B. ETRE Blacksmith ihl~j Mont, The Cask Customer Gets the Benefit of Paying Cash Look at this Slaughter of HigWhCost-of-Living Pries. Remember that Ever...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 20 June 1913

.UNIONti AMSO~tATION. Won Lost Pet. Salt Lake ......:.. 1 14 .681 Great Falls ... . 29 14 .674 Butte .. .. 19 20 .487 Helena........ ...18 23 .43£ Ogden ... ........ 17 25 .405 Missoula....... ...13 21 .382 NATIC NAL LEAGUE. Won Lost Pct. Philadelphia..........35 16 .686 New York ............31 19 .620 Brooklyn ..........27 23 .54C Chicago ........... 30 26 .536 Boston................26 27 .491 Pittsburg .............24 30 .444 St Louis..............23 3o .411 Cincinnati............19 37 .339 AMERICAN LEAGUE. Won Lost Pot. Philadelphia..........4] 13 .759 Cleveland ............37 20 .649 Washington ..........30 26 .536 Chicago . .... ......31 27 .534 Boston...............28 26 .519 Detroit ..............24 36 .401 St Louis..............22 40 .35; New York ....... ..14 39 .2641 INLAND EMPIRE LEAGUE Won Lost Pet. Sheridan ...........6 1 80 Billings........... 5 3 .62C Lewistown ............... 4 5 .444 Buffalo ... ........ 1 7 .12t LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Departmerit of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 27 June 1913

i r1All:;·?c; ";i -. --':t 0.0· RAF ~ AHE C f ', O " ,'I;A. n · E 7,103 t Aliti Your rl 4. 0l erc sip wilt b i e Opra o :e ,fi Octck- usd an ac Li ;ilc - 3 9 w $. o 4rlowton will oelegrae yhe 1i Fourh of July in- a fittin anner The entertainment will orpiene, at ten o'clock in.: the ornon from tben on dbimt1in:gwt doing all day. The parade, consisting floats decorated automobile s, etc should not be °miissed ay . one. It will be well worth eig curl it is expected to e f Mhan any cwe arade tneda after e parae Jdaige Ch e will deliver the act J dress of th i the OQj era 1 House. MrC.beh dTs wel d favorably known here and his ad Sdrss will be one :feature of day. Ar choir of sixteen vbiees wil ender s...me ptrioti, sou d t 1:3) p.-p. m.: cora {te ball aip eenf 1alowton and Bib- a ti to bs wilbe ow a t o e afair c idmsion to the baL.gamp is 1$ The bucki: coptest 11f take I plee 4n tbhe, ,fair: rounds at 3:830 f p,l. m,. The committee is going to f co iýderable eepense eeuring some of th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 27 June 1913

thitered as becoula-s mattr Au at 2d, 19Of.: the pHsloft Harlowton, motann, unde~,,he act of conwres of Ma~r· Sd. 1879. T'ERMeltyF SUBSCRe PTIO . Subs.r odei n able n sAdvanedpea. ADEvTI e NGe ddreATs. wellS FsNIwone. O . NOTICEA'IO Entered asfor chond ola mavertter Aug must be In trohe r o ttealtlon - NOTICE Judge W. S. ,Langmade of Phil lipsburg, Kansas, has no doubt writ his name large in the hearts of his constituency thlrough the us of, i clever act of common sense. Last week, after the venire had appeared in court, he dismissed them all with the statement that the plant ing of their crops was of more im portance to Philips county than .the lgawsppits which they had been impannelled to try, and told them to go back, to their farms. " Such acts 'as this are of so rare an oceurence that they stand out in bold relief against a background of senseless precedents that tend to' hamper rather than help the welfare of the country. The judge 'incidentally remarked that the county needed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 27 June 1913

hatchg.e hit'as oine hunort ell dayand transfer buu siness. cab to aiyf part of the city day o nigiht. Resident agent foi Coe-ti nental Oil Co; Telephone o,. .red Harry Cosgriffe, prop.-adv.i " Hi. . 'Marshall has installed a cold storage in connection with his store. It opens into the store and has an outside door to receive the ice. It is 12x15 feet on the in side and -will be a geat convet ience in keeping Tgeeon vegeables,1 fruit, etc, :in first class, shapi. iI 'will pay the highesta cash price for all kinds of hiousehold goods, stoves, diShes, etc. See nme when you need a1nything. If I haven't got it I will gct it. Op posite Hogl s Saloon. The ball game on the Fourth of Joly will be a good, clean. game, one that it will be a pleasure to see. The Bigtimber boys are as fine a set of fellows as one will find any place. -They play to. win," not by kicking and disputing the um pire. How are you going to take care of the bills this fall if you , get hailed outl By taking out a hail ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 27 June 1913

GR AN MA'S MONEY By ML. QUAD Copyright, 1913, by Associate* Ut. eraryPr s Grandma Phelps was a woman over silty years old and lived alone in the outskirts of the village .of Grafto. She was not poor, and she was not without friends. Shs. was a bit eccen tric, and she lived that way because she preferred to. She.was welll l1ike by all, and her life was passing mooth-. ly along when there came an adveo. ture to turn things topsy turvy:" Grandma Phelps .sold. a piece of land in the west she,bad owned for many years and received $4,000 for it. Ther was a bank In, the village, and one would think that-the womatlwould-bave deposited her meone, thers,. 8be,dID't,,. however. Sbhe wold. not lend it or bank it or tsr ctgr ton relative to safely keep. . ebabut i that1 sa would keep it is the k Tb. holq town came, to know of her de.e.to. and everybody predicted that some. thing would happen. After s~-azl.lw I something did happea. Gulrqnam rN out into the street one nmor.t.nfwg cried out that s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 27 June 1913

ii r dý (alt } =.of the = ?r b rcý: °i wv stietar. at :, t # r° d Mrs. DAvO O* eveitig` " Not 'WI, A i .tat it rained near " ly aI".day"a iYice crowd w rey etit and tfý3p sum was re li ct by, r all Building Materials. chasiig elsewhere. We can save yon mrney. Machinery, Traction Engines, and all kin s -of farmr machinery. We are exclusive agents for the celebrated John Deere Plows, etc. Motana Lumber Co. I- ARLOWTON MONTANA k4 777:77 ý! '· tiro ar ihed.tiibulaRa an a1 -wen; ho a wll tsise wit. th -1 MARSHAVL'S BUS STOE You are cordially invit ed on the Fourth of - July to step. i..nt our .,.. storewith yourchildren andrest. Wewill have accommodations for -you. Plenty of, ice water, toilet :facilities, and chairs. And while in the= store we invite you to inspeO-tour furniture, dress' Sgoods and shode partments. I.AL '5 B s1F S R An PA.T., 'Tho wte."mson, s Make a goerd lidistmont iiie ,epresentati .. d .v: Attorney Robert& Jones or. Visit to Chigo and his old ow; backward the ean...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Harlowton news. — 27 June 1913

eon ...r.......J...19 ".;2 5 9 .432 s.!Z, onu.......... c...; "l3b28 .429 ccinnati .......,.....16 35 .3507 ·"· A A 3.1I ,W6n Lost P.t. .Ptt;adelplh.sa.,.....431 1 .640 So2, .4.l .. ,...... ,-a.. - 25: .5 , ciigo .......... .... ~ S It.klns , ..... .....:..: i2 .458, tsurg ........ ..27'"32 .458, Biston.............. .21 39 .429 Stoui, s...........24: 3, 2 .426 OChicnnati............26 35 .350 AERICAN LEAGUE. S hIa elphi Won Lost :Pet. Phil.delphia..'.......43 15 .'4 l~id..r.. .ftm o ie Itrl r U. 2 .5 W$ Lngt*lnAR... .33:'.: 2. - J :S532N Ci Jq l g G....... ....34G 31 62wh St01314 orls.........E . i ..4e .36 NtaeW ork P .. an 42 .288 Ison, U. LA , at aiow o aimat nmest Pets ,tll .... ....n.~~otn. , Registr. FLrs1 pub. Jun. re:. . .4 Lewis wn.. .... ...7 ,7". ,.1 LEGALt NOTIES NOTICE FORit UBLICATIONT Department of the Interior, UU. S Land omte at Lewistown, Montana Jure 16th, 1913. • . - N.otice Is hereby given that . WILLIARD LES: JACKSON. of Judthh Gap, ` Montana whc made H'omeate...

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