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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 24 November 1893

0 FINE WATCH REPAIRING, Y TYTYTW. E. CNHAMERUIIN AND UNTTING. WATOCHU, t a DIAKONDU JRWZELRT EA3U1UACTURINO WTKRLIN4 NILVMMWWAMKI a. E. CHAIYBERLAIN'8 T I B TI RICH JEWEL~ if. 3. CUA3B3RAIT. =4 Cental Ave. VOLUME XII [. ^-- (4lIEAT FALLS, MON I WA, FlII)A, i \[O1{It~N(I//ý NOEJ; ý Jt~ 2, 1893. - -- NU3[iW1It 141) YOU KNOW A Good Thing . . .. When You See It. \VW e .t hst i ve\ -"I ' h:1 I11 1 ' ...d .uts at nJ l , r coats 1on which w1" cia save you ruom $5.00 t1' $8.00 Sa grrnlcnt. Commencilt Friday, and tito to Thanks givinvr Day we are goinng t- l.resent every Purchaser of a suit or an overcoat with a FAT THANKSGIVING TUKEY. JOHN HEAVENRICH. ;. MANUFACTURER'S S;LE, TOD BLOCK. i . ... . - .. . .. . . .. .. . . . .. . . . .. . . ... . . .. . . .. ..... . . - I DESPERATE ! i; EL. Ohio Y'outh Settle a It illicla a aa a Yo1 untlig Lady Acolulinlr i, I;. Cuole. Used Swordi Pultil 'l1'ii \ at I Broken and Thant Fouht lit Wilt I'arket Knives. The Affiair Will Probahly I'e Fa';ta t lBoth--...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 24 November 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, Final steps have been taken by Gov. lUckards to secure the $15,(K0o annual appropriation which is due from the general government to the exnerimental station which is run in connection with the agricultural college at Bozemten. A law which is known at the Hatch act, and which was passed by congress in 1'i7, made an appropriation of ?13,t0() annually to each state in the union for I the support anti maintenance of an ex perimental station. . great miany of the oilier as we!l as the newer states have availed themselves of the appro priation by starting experimtntal eta tions. Sottm technicalities had to be ivercomeo before .\Muntaa could secure I tils appropriation. This has been dte i, intd the papers have been sent to Wash- A ongton. The imoney giten ifor the ex perimental station can be used only for A that purpose. The il:,u5kt for that, in et ,onnection with the :constantly necreas- ot aoe appropriations to- the agricultural sip oilege, will put the liozeman i...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 24 November 1893

VACATE II RCIT INLAND. e Woolley Missolen Is Nw a Thing eo the Past-Weelley aExonerated. LAKE CITY, Mimn., Nov. 17.-Reat d has been deeeded to Mi~ Etta ompson of Minneapolis, and will be cated by John G. Woolley and family Dec. 1. Mies Thompson was a cred r to the extent of $1.1w00. The prop y was transferred to her on condition her assuming the mortgages against which, with her claim, amounted to ut 20.000. The transfer includes y Rest Island prolper. and the build. s thereon. The Bonnell and Corey it, which were part of Woolleyv sin, will Iwe sold cndl the proceeds oted to a liquidation of his ebtedness to thlc peopl of this city. e matter is in the Ihaids of in tarbitra cotmmittie. The Rc-t 1-litd mis is therefore at ian ,od. Mr. Wool will probanly h- tat, hi, :11dvY in iugo or vicinit c. conutI nitt . u'tinprlcsincg li itnneapoii . " City ancl "Vi ,nt:i g;nitl,,u,,n ht i e.iXltllilit .lg tl hei' ( c s ,oi 1 ' It 11. lley. and Ihas i.--tocl a reprt in ed to vindiate himi ftro. th...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 24 November 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. tGreat Is liretat I.lls." Dr. Hersey, who recently visited Great Falls, writes the results of his investi gations to the Anaconda Standard. In speaking of the Iloyal mill and its pro duct he says: 'For the beonttit of those who have been disposed to treat is it "Quixotic" scheme the establishni.nt of a large flour milling enterlprise in Montana, there are some startling ligures in the Great Northern freight office in this city. '['he Washburn-Crosby mill began opera tions earl) in )ctob,er with power taken from the ,lectric cable at Black iEagle falls. and incredible it-; tie fact may seem. have male shipmen.ts of their flour to Philudelphia. Nwisl 1rk anl Liver poil durinil tl. ilist twi weieks t sup ply olrder rt'Lei-d frlom thoe iiarkt.c . 'ihis lr- ,.,r. f ibi tlan argumnts t > ,mu , r t,,. f i ;, i - a, to the It 11.1 ,,rv d,- a-grim lt,. ri pl ,.-: Iiiities of the -ta:t. T'',l i.:: ti o,' i: la ]k and 'hte . i e'. fr hh: i, oks .Vf .the rail riad ullice ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 24 November 1893

Highest of allU in Leavening Power. -Latest U.S. Gov't Report. "m Powder ADSOU1~FIIY PURE SPRAY OF TIlE FALIM. ilr tl 'rIFslNAv' IAILY. Mrs. L. S. Woodbury aid two daughters arrivedt fronm Ihtroit. Mlirh.. yesterday ' esterdaly a l,-il was rc,rh rded ftr,, the Townsiti ennrllpny to Kyle I ii-,, ftI lot 11it, blck 171;. or ~.7I., Williami (Irilhlthr , wh I was .a . I.e m ,: falling fron a lahldr ai the i ; .. M, smelter seveIral days l o, ri.I I at * t l hospital yesterday morning 'Ih- fui eral will tule place toda). J. .1. Pattersoun conrmened suit y)ester day against 31. 1. Taylor. Mlt 'J'Ta) lhr and the Montana land and t 'ahll coni pany, for the settlement of a i,, partner ship and the appointment of a rereilte. Sheriff Hamilton returnedl frmrn Toth bridge Sunday night without harry Itowle, the Sand Coulee iohihr. The man arrested by the Lethbridge police was not the one wanted by the shlurilf. C. L. Johnson, a prosperous r ancher from Cascade, is in the city. lie reports the bus...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 24 November 1893

PJ( )LITICAL MA TTER Thait I Wh,'a the th, aiialtn q0 tlioni in It updl. t I ,vel. pinr trat IUnP1 t .\illr hi i I' hI ly Ir1 l.. gi l l li ~niajn tI II a i l ll li \~trih t-'Pi~lt~lr Ilcr,,t. lv IHd lllO l'· l i 'lnllllct ·lint,~ I-t' dl-i n I tn l .11athr \ViII 5ustain the \dwi.. Sanirotar,. la t,, i,' Th,. L, wainn 1 inrcaidrlnt is Marlco(ll' lng 1:l~tlnwh ctccar Hlll clllilllt'llt i- til'.l I;It ille ~i~lRqll.l elllntdon in p ti'al 'i. I,. an ,Isteh .,n Ilt'rn alnd ri t-.at.- ithtt 's 4 alad ill th,' -its" are; e viall'en thlt livn liji t int-re.t 'i ti* latest dv.rli ,.l - Ints. t ven- at lhi- ,-aly dati it isa -., ttI as i -e\t'a 1 that the iilattuer wilI 1 i i' ivi, -i ngt.r' s i-,,lll uttrItiian i mmat iatil Ifltlr thi ,i-ning of tih ----.. .ion at i.ll the indi-! rt.ti,,nl poaint lin a diw-It,, ofl the stri('t, par'ty lines. The 1:, pblldI.H '-, nev. pl t reti re- . al v !,ttr a-. viii' n f t htt'ilt ler late admlininstrtjotion andH tle ':iIIIiutitdI with which , x-Presiden...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 24 November 1893

Y OF THE FALLS. FRIDAY D)AIIY. a of Cascade has gone to a visit. Archer. Minot. Dakota, is the l'ark. in returned yesterday from sit in the east. 27, 3H, and !"t the Montana ere' assoiaition will meet in im the ''ownsite company to i for lot :. block 117, for mored yesterlay. gher has tilished his von Montana ('Central railway t Ma!ls and Hvere, and ri-. city. en cnmmnenced in the dis v l'atrik Ivy egainst lher nd V..L. N.tuin. ',t ,o rne; t' . 1 1.()i n ,"onllu t. e recrmld yv,, er ,,r', fron ,.einnniewift for the soutlh soutthaht quarter of the arter of .ection 'l. town ran.e :; east to the annoul report of the t Wa~hington for the tisial nluI:.l li!t3. there were 1:I. of surveyed and ill ,1ii;,.,i rveied lanli ii the -tiite of ty feet of the \VWikes tin e of the Montlna ( 'utral cin lelena andI Butte. \\'edtneetday night. ThII wesat was (dilayie.I s ciral aceident. so the i'nitild States to .1. recordeld yesterday for th the eo(utheast quarter of quarter and the soulth ti.dl' t q...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 24 November 1893

1 e GIRLS, HAVE YOU SEEN THEM? We mean those Little Beauties in our west show window. To the girl collecting the greatest number of Sduplicate checks--which we always send out with every package, will be presented the largest doll, valued at i14 AT 44 The party collecting the second greatest number gets the next largest doll, valued at $10. The party gettiat third greatest number gets the next doll in size, valued at 63. R A L E IG H 'S The 10 doll is dressed in the finest Crepe 'de Chene silk with point lace and diamond ornament. Its a I @ clothing is of the finest cambric with Valencene lace trimming. It makes no difference to us from whom you collet these checks. The counting of the checks will be e rceived o y i, don i-utton Kid govee ath tie new netal butt, in light, medium and dark tenen by Mr. D. L. Tracy, cashier of the Ureat Falls National bank, thus guaranteeing a fair contest. brown. light mdium an ti dark tan in sizes .:'s, i (; , (I 7 and i .. Thiahis is a regular 61.23...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 1 December 1893

-..T._-. WEEKLY TRIIBUdIl NE a - 2.4 OCetrl Ave. VOLUME XIII. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY MORNING DECEMBER I, 1893. NUMBER 155 _ __"_ _ _ _ _ I l- . . . . . I YOU KNOW A Good Thing .. .. When You See It. We still have several hundred good suits and over coats on which we can save you from $5.00 to $8.00 a garment. Commencing Friday, and up to Thanks giving Day we are going to present every Purchaser of a suit or an overcoat with a FAT THANKSGIVING TURKEY. JOHN HEAVENRICH. 9 MANUFACTURER'S SALE, TOO BLOCK. S. THE . . LEWILT ICOAL Is the esat Heating Coal in the Market. I.ump, $4.50,delivered to all parts of city. )Me at Great Falls Stables. Telephone, 120., J. H. MORITZ, Agent. Upholstered tourist cares in charge of porter and equipped with bedding, cur tain, linen, ranges and all conveniences form an important part of the Great Northern railway through trains be tween St. Paul and Seattle. Daily care leave St. Paul at 7:45 p. m., Minneapolis ':15 p. m. returning leave Seattle daily...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 1 December 1893

HUNG HIM QUICK. The Principal Street of Ottamwa IL, the Scene of a Mob. They Seized a Man Named Johnsom Golly ot Rape On a Child. A Rope Was Thrown Around His Neek and He Was Lynched In Short lOrder. OrrtMwA, Ia., Nov. 23.-The princi pal street of this city was filled with a mob who seised a man named Johnson, the perpetrator of a rape on a 6-year-old child. The mob quickly put a rope about Johnson's neck. He was lynche4 in short order. Metaadrdd For a Week. LorsDox, Nov. 23 -Floyd and Schieg, who are in custody here charged with robbing the Bank of Minneapolis of 0*0,000, were brought up on remand at the Bow Street police court. Inspector Jarvi, who arrested the prisoner at Southampton, upon their arrival from New York on the steamship Saale, said that the cablegram had been received from the United States authorities to the effect that American officers were on their way to England with the papers necessary to obtain the extradition of Floyd and Schieg. The prisoners were remanded...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 1 December 1893

WWAT'I TI MRATTES WIT .0mLITZ SCHLITZ A5 ALL IIUITI U. N. Government Chemist Wlley Deelam ehblits Beer to Be the Pare. Too many idle words have already been wasted in this war of beers, now let figures and facts have their say. We give below the resultof the search ing analysis of Chemist Wiley. upon whom devolved the duty of examining the various beers as to their purity, whose judgment was not dimmed by prejudice, local pride, and bonds of friendship and relationship, who was not forced to rely solely upon the uncertain and fickle judgment of tongue and pal ate. Impartially and in a thoroughly sci entific manner the chemist proceeded with his work, not knowing the product of what brewery he was examining, all samples submitted to him being num bared only. The average given by him to the three beers in wood exhibited I,y Pabst was 42.43; the average for the four beers e. hibited by Anheuser-Busch was 4:1.5, and the average for the three beers ex hibited by Sclitz was 41.33, being t...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 1 December 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. JsUMe to AU. Elr.Toa TaRlnUn: Through your col umns I would like to call the attention of some of our fellow citizens, who are often unjust in their denunciation of the large corporations in our midst, to what these large corporations have done for (;reat Falls. When Mr. Gibson first saw the Black Eagle and Rainbow falls and the mag nificent townsite lying in a bend of the Missouri river, he, like others before and after him, realized the possibility of a mighty developed water power and a large city, but what could he or any of the others do alone. Men with money nlust be interested, a comlpany must be formed. Mr. Gibson scuroed th~ co op-ration of Mr. Ilill and tiht (;roat FIalle \wati- I !'i,.tH r anr i Towrtcli it. n'illn pitti. Im Ior t .. \ t: .. 1 1r ,~ rt' - tir,ll - of :. t: I it, u.t % tt l lii.". t , t( .i I..tn %% f,! ;i l i ma that L 'J.d b iuibtyit t lbus I ,+,:le i t',tbl i I it .. :.t t r . l t , ,: it i "' url. nt to tr t ls I , ,t l \ 'lunt aha ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 1 December 1893

Highestofall in Leavening Power. -Latest U.. Gov't Report Baking f Power AMSOL UEY PURE SPRAY OF THE FALLS. FROM TUERDAY' DAILY. Howard Crosby, county clerk and re a )rder, is on the sick list. r One hundred and ten cars of coal came in from Sand Coulee yesterday. Ex-Alderman Bridges is handing out the cigars over the arrival of a bouncing boy at his home. Blanche DeCastro and Frank Casser left yesterday for Portland. The city is well rid of these two rounders. Suit was commenced in the district court yesterday by Edward O. Farrell against the Atna Insurance company to recover 81,000 Our farmers should not forget the im portant meetings in this city on Dec. 5 and 6. Distinguished speaKers will be present and address the mecticgs. Mrs. Charles Farber who after an ab sence of several months settling up the estate of her deceased husband in Pennsylvania, returned to Great Falls yesterday. Montana copper stocks are strong and on the rise in Boston. During the recent panic Boston & M...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 1 December 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE( ATTENI1ON., ARMERS! You Are Requlested to Attend a Farlu er;. TIrrting at (reat Falls on Wedunesdlay and Thunrlday, ee. 5 and 6. There will be a meeting of the farmers of northern Montana at the opera house in this city on Dec. 5 and 6, at which will be delivered a course of lectures under the auspices of the State Agri cultural society. The session will begin on the evening of the 5th and continue through the next day. The program is as iliowa: I'of. i). ('. t;regg, superintendent of the farmers institute of Minnesota. on "!airy Sub. jects and a Comparison lBetween Mlinne sota and Montana 'armiing:" Prof. Iose tr of the Montana mtate agricultural &'.llete oil lecture on "Tli Value of Softt Whet Wt adI llarl for the 'rodllc tion of l-e-f and Pork." Pr. \\Wia.i:ns. veterinary urg.-on of the lntlana sltate agricultural college. viiil speak on -"'lte I Ilreeding of heavy I".ft It Irses and of Pork anid I',ultrv." Supt S. 31. Emneri I ,. the 31m)ntana state a-rit...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 1 December 1893

U8TON'S TALK. It Were at Any Other Time r Under Different Condi. tlons ports Would Be Given the Ha walla Minister On Account of His Criticisms. terviews With Senators Davis, Cul. lor and Mitehell On the Situation. Wsl.eToxn, Nov. 34.-Minister @o Hawaii is not likely to re his pamsports, although it was said thestate department that there was t ground for such action. Were it any other country, or in this coun under any other circumstances, his would be issued immediately. t claimed that his letter is a breach diplomacy and amply suffioient warrant this government in y severing all relations with Hawaiian minister. Such action be taken but for the reason that Amsean people might not think it fair play; that the right of any man talk end give his side of a controversy always conceded, and to force Mr. szetcn to leave this country would be ered by the people a disposition to allow the other side a hearing. department chooees to consider the blicatio as a statement by Mr. Thurs a vitall...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 1 December 1893

Monday, Nov. 27. WE PLACE ON SALE W. B. RALEIGH & CO. -s 1000 Yards Cream Outing Flannel Also 100 Pair White Blankets, 10-4 at 850 per pair; worth $1.25 At 5 cents a Yard. 100 Pair Gray Blankets, 10-4 at 85o per pair; worth $1.265 C SEE BIG SHOW WINDOW. LIMIT: 20 Yards to Each Customer. A REAL RED HOT TIME The Board of tchool Trustees In dnlge in a Say-What.Vou. Please Meeting. lahn. Ira 31yers. E presses llis Olinior on (Certain Crooked Transactions. The school trustees held an interest r g m eting Tuesday night. Those present acre Mrs. Ladd and Messrs. Wright, Gockstetter, Atkinson and Kellison. Absent-- Messrs. Ilarlke and Cooper. The bill of Architect White for plans and spectilcations for improvements on the west side school building, amounting to $50 was rejected. J. J. Gallagher's bill for extra plumb ing was ordered paid, subject to a die count of ten per cent. The bill amount ed to $151.8. The clerk reported that nothing had been heard from Mr. Cooper since he arrived i...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 8 December 1893

Moat 8istoriaJl AND NETTIN, CHAE LA I N "'"°'"' WEEKIY TRIBIUNE_ jWELB MANUACTRIN ALI ,411 . It" WV. A. CHAMBERLAIN t 2 I 4 Centrai Ae. VOLUME XIV. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, F'ITI I)AY MORNING D)ECEMBIER s, 1893.'. NUMBEIH 1(2 "About Suits and Overcoats 20 PER CENT OFF! ... In order to Close Out Balance of Stock Quickly, I will let All Suits, and Over ) coats go at a Reduction of 20 per cent from the Ridiculously Low Prices at which we have been selling. ) ... This is One Chance in a Lifetime. JOHN HEAVENRICH. , ManufactureI" Sale, Tod Block. algatlh Ustrclt Gouos 'eiluplars. WXNONA, Minn., Dec. .--The Eighth district Good Templar convention, in cluding the counties of '4teele. Dodge, Win .na, Fr·.1l,orn, Fillmore. Houston, Olmsted and Mower, is now in session in this city. Addresses were delivered. by Bishop (otter of this city. Y. t3. Coyne of Albert Lea andl W\\. H. Brown of Wiaconsin. Comnpiruey Ag.atu..l I'rhllu.ld,. Loosox, liDe. 6. -A Vienna dli patch to, The Standard lays that P...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 8 December 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, I.et I M ii . Artive Co-Operatoll. 'The ciit. of Great Falls, with all its natural r,.ources, will not make rapil nrogrcs , ,i, ;-:; its business men organ iz a n, ..i.; i,'r it diligently and har moniouuely. its ad valtaes must be con .tantly advertised to the world, which can not be done except through the united effort of its oublic-spirted Citi 'ens acting as a Board of Trade or _'hamber of Comuumerce. Such an organ ization has been indispensable in all cities throughout our connty, whether small or great. Wt have an organized Board of Trade which has in tile few years of its existence contributed im mensely to the growth of our city. Through its efforts printed matter in large lquantities has been distributed in many parts of the l'nitel States and a large correspondence has been main :ained by its otlicers. No one can deny that great benefits have been received by tie property-holders of this city through the work done by our Iloard of 'lrait, .rnd that its...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 8 December 1893

HENAGE AGAIN. C'ontradictory Reports About the Ar rest of the Notorious Minne apolls Embezzler. The Cronin Murder Case Making Slow Progress in the Chicago Court -No Jury Yet. Two of the Jurors Selected Discharged from the Case and Others May Follow. PROBABLY STAY THERE. -enage in Hondturnu and the Channces of Bringing Hilll nak Are Nilimn. WASHINGTON, Doe. 1.-Louis F. Menage, the Minneapolis. default"-, whose peculatious are alleged to have reached about $20oo,0o00, is in Honduras but the state departmic.it officials say the chances of scuring hie return to this country are n ot very bright. Hontduras has no extradition treaty with the United States and ultless the authorities so choose he cannot be returned to this gov ernment. Menage is believed to have imost of his plundered wealth with him, and hence les well equipped to resist extradition proceedings. Doubt the Re-port. WAsHINmoTN,:Dee. .--The report of the arrest of Menage, the Minneapolis embezzler, in Honduras. was discredit...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 8 December 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, . fllnt to Hloune-sekers. To TIE: Eiii'on: Permit mse through the colunlns of your paper to call the at tention of persons who contemplate seeking farm lands for new homes to the fact that while Oklahotus, the Cherokee strip, and other newly opened territory has attracted so much attention, and ex perienced such a wild rush of land seekl ere. a vast dominion of better lands and more accessible here it noorth-rn Mlonu tana, lying east of tile Rocky iimountains and extending to the I)akota linte. and from the Bielt mountains tand Missouri river on the south to the Domniit,iin ,,f (anada on the north has be 'n iv.rlook ted. and while a~ailable for aIl classes of agricultural pursuits. lie- nueglect . -ave by an occasionedal farmer with n," t!'-ih usual sagaeity it reticogili.i;g i Ii,. i t ing ihen h. , iees it. Tlher i. it, c : ily t. . ..- v.urld b tv ,il I r-r i t re--mi1 t -. .. ,n tl;" it;t,, L, 1!. \V. i Sll al . u t .o ilt, 11, l,, . : Ii tra-iliiy l- l II lg...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
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