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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 2 October 1884

Sun River Sun. P.Umasrr BVant TnUranAr aNY Tal Sun River Publishing Company Northern Pacific Time Table "Montana Short Line." New Time Tadle Taking Effect June Ist, 1884 IIAIIs AnRTva 7RO0 Tmi TAST-I-nXLENA . l..iefl c IH .pres:.... , . Ill. Aluant.in tintc go ftl.-Express (l rclngntl .............. 11:1 u ill " ~lAN5 nOaNO AI Ila ROM IIKI.R NA Y r--AtlAntle Express... ..... ....7:m ne No I--lapresu (freight).... .... 7 m TRAINM A14IVE PiltOM TI:E wIwr TRAINM GOtNO waUr 1(iat HK I.LN'. Wa 11-- lpnl ZEr ai.L rm" ...............::l :, p m S, ,o freig( ht ................... . t in Bo ll~l.¢attrot ht ............. ....... - Wickes Branch. I l .Rtl.Helena nt ................. :1: pm .ria tt Wirke at................. 1l a n National Park Branch. l t' l tour nt ...................... 2:15 asCinnnlmr at .... .................... II on lin at Lblinaton at .................. 12::r p m tllman Palnco ng l)ninl M Cars run throgl Bit. Paul an luinnleltIS and lelehna ~.¶V'a0nd U Atlantic d I atif...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 2 October 1884

S TOCK MATTERS TO THU 8Og 'AOWEIS OF CI0 TEAU COUNTY. The Montana Stook Growers' Asso lcation eleojd me as Executive Com mlttee prgQotean county. One of my d e is Ho solicit membership. I es we ripe for sach L be of lasting benefit to overy stock man. In unity of action much good res.ult I earnestly hope that ,z that thinim he will r s41 li hisalghbor, or the Itoc n~ bkt' Montana,-wil soen me the annugl fee $15, and become a ;~l 6 th~b Montana Stook Grow ers' Association. 1. S. FORD. -.beamo.t of ,wool shipped from Benton, this, season aggregates i e lbcalround-ups are all out on ½li.-tmSe. A -good branding is an- I Moore, Ramsey & Co. sold twenty- C "es steers to the quartermaster at A ifor 0.s~pr,head --Glendive Times. We understand that there are sev- a oral largo beef herds being driven a from.the Judith country towards the E Canadian Pacific for shipment east. r Jesse Taylor has his herd of about e 850 heed of beet sto .gathertd, aid they are now bein-lrn ; t *xd td Mfaple ...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 2 October 1884

Sun River Sun. A .1D . IALt, ...... . .....E.r.e... o WV..L , . . .... M | .. Brj, per Ytesr, triotr inAdvaneoo... . iee Ta, Helena Herald of September pth has the following in regard to the telegram sent to Helena from this portion of Lewis and Clarko county an receipt of the names of the nomi. for the various county officers on the Republican tickets *lome one telegraphs from Sunt tnsr that Democrats and Republi in that part of the county are in anaut beooause northern Lewis and irke Is unrepresented on the ticket. h dispathunauthenticated by any am is spioned to be a Demo atiadodge It is true the Demo agýn'out the Sun River country, that seetion no representation on their county ticket, but Bepublicans committoe no such er. The latter headed their with David Churchill for $her ad they have now m office an representativo of Sun River, a mabr of the Board of County Com eioners. For members of the House the Republican convention also took one of their candidates outside of Helena-He...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 2 October 1884

Sun River Sun. PrPUMNIDI Kmnt TnunR,.tr fY THn Sun River Publishing Colmpany A Cowboy Thrashed by a lUnde. "Nextr' yelled a Third stret b:tr ber yesterday as he looked uround the room for a now customer. At the call a loag-hairel cowboy from the had lands of Mo.t mla and it ,Mlin-s apolis dude came to their foot and advanced toward the chair. The dude, was a little ahead and noitted himself, when the cow puncher said he was in a hurry and ordered thodude up; but the latter claimed that he was in his turn, and didn't come up. "Look hyar, ye pin-loggo.l gopher," howled the Montana tough, "of yer don't vamoose outer that air chair in less'n two shakes of a steer's tail, I'll WSre l'er up an' use yer to plug rat .hale with." And the cowboy let off an athletic laugh that made the bar her turn chalky, but the dude didn't "Did yon hear me murmnrr' shout d the ettle mar "Aw, yaps, IaW, heard sawmthing," .emrked the dude. - "Y"say, aw, wal aw, I'll give yaw just half minute to git." "Weolly,...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 9 October 1884

Sun River Sun. .~--- ,,SUN RIVER SUN. Agents of the Sun. tO n atho, Job Printing a opeclaity. 'il-loga m ooe d .,. .. 0400tof -n kiw tin sat rare, rnd t n ies t o Cail r tr....................honitTe --n --.-- --int be n or h ri r JOhtmO! , e n type fJl ndry of Mtinrolat made O, WI * rrls; ............................. y jo m w bi11[ (A p .-, ~ SUN RIVER, MONTANA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER , 188 N 3 ' "asm'****&* .. . .,....- - ..... --- h----------- - h. p11OFESSIONAL CARDS. j . NEWMAN, PIIThICIAN AND SURGElON, sun River, - Montana. JVMTICE OF THfE P1ACE. AU krind' of IernI ICCuCCmmc~nls CiC'oie'ry mlut prllomktlY dCZCCtn on npCCi cCCJtlI ii. ('lllectiu,,ii midi anel remittufooa promnptly matde. SULN HIVED, MONT. ,SAAO 0. McOUTOHEON, ATrroIINEY-AT.LAW, w;I: lye p~rminl t(CenCil 1on to euCv'li'nviitg, C ý, 1 i'rCC, Wultir rlUht, and tCuiCICen inC tlii' United l'!tet:o Lenrl Otl1i', orCrlcv: IACC'N CIDOC(C, IIC:.C.ENA. THOMAS t(C CACTER. CIit.'. 9 a a?.t., kuLt of Iirnidwny, ln...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 9 October 1884

Sun River Sun. PUtLI$RD NRVERY THURIDAY AT Sun River, Montana Territory. ADVEYRTISING RATES. wk l k l. 9.ll '8. x4." a.'3 5.1 I$ . k . 2. 1 . 7. It- I . . months . U. IA. .t. I . mol I0 , ) ti. . 1 ,.... 1. . R2. ; 11Q. I 1(0. 2 13. Ikridlnees notices In medlin matter, 25 cents - loP e 1 lent iper lin for. lrst in. Sand! cents pr line for ac sulmequrent .loj, un Wanted, antlothersimilar * s "I. Y 1 tster line for tesh InMertlon. ionttadvorutsmonts.lnust.be.pald in ad. Sadvertisemonts to be sett led for q.ar. 't ln agents and qthear wll1save poenne. d ,byrt, enmln allonorave rptk, ,aler aircUmmmino a will we deviato from 8UNBEAMS. R. P. lamlll paid ULflldi a visit this weet. _I JohlFisher, of Benton, was in town last c week. Chestnut valley is being raided by Ben I. ton nimrods. 8. O. Ashby, of Helena, is in town look. A lag up business. t The weather prophets predict a warm, beautiful autumn. John Donnel is now driving the Sun ,w River northern stage. tI Holter Dros. have an llalmen...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 9 October 1884

Sun River Sun. Northern Pacific Time Table "Montana Short Line." New Time Tadle Taking Effect June Ist, 1884 tIAlse AA,5e taoU Th as 5AVR-*MaLx po. I--p tl 12.a i1st....8 p, m. Mountain time No I srprelvrls ight ...................... 11:45 a m TRAINA 00GIN MAST PROM ItO.ENA No 5-AtAnlitL flaprot s .... .u. a t Nao 14-itpress (froight).............7 pm TRAINS A0RItV0 PROM TIll WIST 0 2--tlantio wtp':s : ...Ea ........... iam o --L p . M Iingh t) ...........: :..m: t1 p m No 1e i--Loeal' f ngrr llt ...................I2'30 a m TRAINtOlING WrIT PNOM IIkI.rNA h'o l-l'aetoia b nz'.s ................s.o p tim No I ---L Boh i ." i. ............'........ ,n? ii Wickes Branch. .Ll at "t.. .......:...... . :..2:1.1., .sl.Iui.-d c"" at.................:,laik i A trlvo It wttlklt at.................. ... u a n . National Park Branch,. Lots aT!~n.lto.. t... .................. :11 pm Loe 1labar tat......................9 1 in Arrive at rlvngto a t ................... 3130 p m pullman Palaco nud ...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 9 October 1884

STOCK MA'ITERS TO TI 111R t e Of t11O0 The Montana Stock Growers' Asso oiation elected me as Executive Com mittee fo .0Iotoau .ounty. One of my ls(to soltit memberhp. I thq times, an. ripe for such: a n tO prove suoeessftl S"ng benefit to every stock man. In unity of action much good will result. I earnestly hope that every stoq*pan that thinks he will teigfibPr, or the r *itanj, will send me the annual fee $15, and become a member of the Montana Stock Grow - hddiationf. -R. S. FORD. OVER THE RANGES. . g. e.uity a te have. a. fat stock iow beg nin g tbhe 25th. T ,The Worth American Cattle Co. has d a zead utof cattle on the Little Cattlemen on the Pacific Slope find a ready and profitable market in San Reports show that Montana stock- a men are receiving the highest price t for their beef cattle. k There was shipped from Living- C ston this year 400,000 pounds of wool, an increase of 50 per cent. over last year. e The Chroniole, st~ that 18,000 t head of sheep have changed hands in ...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 9 October 1884

SUN RIVER SUN. DAVID B. HALL,......................I EaTo WILL HANKS,......................A..NMa.. TERMS, per Year, Strictly inAlvanoo.... $3.i THE Ibissoulian advocat ,s the build ing of an N. P. Branch from ( anrri non to Butte, annl gives the matter consideral space. Tax present price of wheat is the lowest in the history of our country. Over production and the limited de mand from foreign countries' is the cause assigned. A. E. RODLIER writes to the Suni RIvEn Sett a very able letter descrip tive of the Democratic convention. It is correct and impartial and very dis graceful to the Democrats.-- Record. Is another column will be found a letter by "Zophiel," which will be read by every stockman with interest. The ravages of wolves are too well knownt too need any comments, furthor than to statte that some action should at once be taben by our stock associations to exterminate these ravenous ani mals. SoaE Canadian .oap-head te'e graped to the New York Herald that Canadian stockmn...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 9 October 1884

:,un River Sun. PaLIuErnD EVE* TUlVnnDAY BY Tll Sun River Publishing Company MILITARY BERLIN. A Hard-Working Lot of Men---Splen did Discipline. One certainly sees more soldiers in the streets of Berlin than in those of London and P.rin; but one does not see many of them, and they form al together but a small minority of the people one meets when walkingnbout Berlins And that is easy to explain; soldiers do not play at soldiering hero nas Frenoh school boys have done lat torly. Fighting is considered by the Germans a business, or a trade, or an art-as you may like to call it --which Is to be learned seriously, and which keeps the young men, who are nolons volons, devoted to it, during almost the whole day in their quarters or on the parade ground. As to the officers, they are nearly as much taken up by their work as the most hard-working official, mercantile clerk or artisan. The lieutenant of the guards, who has nothing to do but to show his fine uniform in the streets, exists only ...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 16 October 1884

SUN RIVER SUN. Agents of the Bun. Thef OlloOins named gcntlemef f( nntflrit of :,oBnit nn reautorlwed tto reljeive oobovrh. 7yam Ieyt thvwfur: as lome .. .. ....tun ithot ito ... ........ ...l .... . fl. y T· t· WOOI. . . .. l.ror roaco A, .;rarýn......... ...: . ···..... .. .Jcr) l tsul r a; h ..nrtar...,.. .. urDu trf r ('llle ii. A. 3thlotd ..."...."..,b ... Doorlorr Jtl flitrrý....... u n c PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SB.,NIWMAN, PIIYSICIAN" AND SURGEON, sun iveor, - ontann, TIIOItAI ROBE, JusTICE o0 TnE PEACE. All kind of lega Inotrmenta Pro perly nln ,pto ettPul on t ppll*ri(t Ono B t l. ' .t|odl mad ani rinlttolnt' d pr,,mptly nindce. BUN IYVEI1, MONT. IAO D. McOUTOHEON, ATTOIhl EY.AT.LAW, THOMAS H. CARTER, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Ofiee: MalnSt., Foot of Brondwan, If.elnn, M.T. D. A. F. houre, DENTIST, Broadway, • Helena, Mont. (ABOVY HERALD OFFICE) JOHN W. WADE, C. a. DEPUTT LAND AND MINERAL SnICEYVUO. Ordrs for hland asrvcylng nit NHn Itiv.,r and vi clity.will nhrolvo prompt attention. Of...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 16 October 1884

Sun River Sun. PUBLIS lD EVERY TIIttRSDAY AT Sun River, Montana Territory. ADIVERITISING HATES. ,moat I ie.1 7.a 1o0' It.I m .1. 3 mont i , 7. , 8, . 1 In. n, I r., * monuths . 1, 1 8, 3. I at tIl L 110. lliqllnvm notice. in reandln maltter, i cenllt DsIn..t olll t 1t cts per lint fort_ firrt In I mineop, an 11 i peor line fur each tlir.nlbent a rtn o "m. adr r adverteements to bea settl. for qulr niln agentl. .and o.thet. wiill~e potno p in a y ore zn f mmmnlnolun o ari Ilta, e no mta will we devite from tem. A BOLD HIGHWAYMAN. Joseph Flick and Mr. Fargo "Held up" by a Highwayman in Prickly Pear ' Canyon. Last Wednesday morning a party, comn. posed of Mr. Fargo, Joseph Flick, Miller and another man, left Helena for a trip to the Little Rockies, and on their second night out camped at a point near Bob El's saw mill in Prickly Pear canyon. The evening was spent as evenings nusa ally are around a camp fire, and when they had finished their last pipe and were about to turn in for the n...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 16 October 1884

Sun River Sun. pFLIsngZD EtVBzn TitunuDAY 1Y TIhl Sun River Publishilig Company Northern Pacific Time Table ,,Montana Short Line." New Time Tadle Taking Effect June let, 1884 nA1in ASIftZe nON T11% NA NST-InLSAm Me. l-pIacfcl tlre.... p. 1, i. Mountaln time No L.-E)xpres(Freight)............. 11:45 a m TRAINI GOING CAST PROM HEKLENA No l.Atlantlc Izpres" ........... 7:0o m Noe 4--g1wP8 p relgh t)................7.0 5 p in TRAINS ARRIVI FROM TiIt WjlgT S0-Atlan. ..i ............... ..e:, n lt..-Lele (....................l 13:.a1 TRAINS GOING WEST PROM IIELINA o i- acflo /(1pr )..............4 pm o i-Local Firfthi..gh...............0 a 0n Wickes Branch. rnive Htelenat ...................... ..4:l p m ljS0 w i t at. .................. .:1pr n Ateo at wikl.eta .........................00 a National Park Branch. l.P Livingstofn Pt ........... . ...u2:13 t n lie at tin.bar t ..................:1. p m Sve t'innabari at..............tI la a ut? latLineuton t.......... 12je 2pm Pllmahn Palac...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 16 October 1884

STOCK MAHT'ERS ) il1fE 8TO'FK KRoo I;RS OF co110 TEAI: ('OI'i'\'. The Montann Stock Orowerh' Asso elation elected me as Executive Coum miftteoor 'Chotean county. One of ltlfes in to solidt mnmtlrship. tion to prove sucmess.ul lasting benefit to every stock man. In unity of antion much good will result. I earnestly hope that I P man that thinks he will r neighbor, or the ( etd of Montana, will send me the annual fee $15, and become a re. ember of the Montana Stock Grow ers' Assoiation. R. 8. FORD. oVYE TilSe RANGES. h.fe average shipments of Montana cattle over the N. P. is 100 cars pr l. week. S: A hard of 2)0 cattle wore recently so'd at Big Timber at sheriff' sale They brought $88 per head. The Northern Pacific Refrigerator Car Company is about to increane its capital from $200,000 to $1,500,000. A stock inspector is now stationed near the Crow agency, whose duty it is to inspect cattle sold to the Indians for beef. The Deadwood Times denies the report that Teos fever had broken o...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 16 October 1884

Sun River Sun. DAVID B. tIALL..............ntFTro Wf IS IANKSI..............MANAGER II1tSS, per Year, Strictly inAdvanne.... 3.mi OH, YOU CLAM t The alleged Republican organ of this county, the Herald, which in re ality is nothing more or loss than a jim-crow sale-bill edited by a pump kin head, makes the following charge against the SUN: MAKES ITS BED WITH THE DEMOCRATR. The sell-out of the SUN RIVER Sus to the Democracy may be considered completo and absoluto. Under pro tension that the Republicans have discriminated agaist that locality iii the nomination of candidates it con tilnues to misrepresent the facts, and to threaten the party with vengeance at the polls. The absurdity of the above charge is not worth taking any notice of but for the enlightenment of the above mentioned sheoot and editor we will state that the SUN hiag sold out to no party, and furthermoro, does not in tend to, as its financial condition does not require any such a sacrifice; and, moreover, whatever has ...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 16 October 1884

.Sun River Sun. Phamm Evau Tc.rsDAT at res Sun River Publishing Company WiWhy Gov. Tod Demanded Big Fees. ' The incident given by the Hon. P. P. Spaulding in the musical career of the late Gov. Tod recalls another in cident of the Governor, in which he gave soma advice to the writer, who had just entered upon the practice of medicine at Youngstown, O., some thirty-five years ago. He said that a pirif.eslonal man's reputation was of ten influenced by the amount of fees he charged, and gave this account of his first big case, shortly after he com menoed the law practice at Warren: One of the Buffalo, N. Y., banks had a contest with other parties amount ing eo a la'go sum of money, and the ti asent for him to come to Buffalo "i flake the case. He was greatly astonished to receive such a request whin there were eminent lawyers in .;.:Bualo, but decided to go, and noti fled the ank to thateffect. Theonly public conveyance was by stage, which , equlred about two days and nights to make th...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 23 October 1884

SUNUN RIVERRIVSUN UN V.oe .. Lo SV......., aT.: .... T.. En R IR RC iNer L . ('•borý .OL. 1, M OO O1 8o '.. ........................ ,...SUN RIVER, MONTANA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1884, No, 37, ,_B_.. . . . . . I______er___re_,k PROFBSSIIONAL CARDS. ,J .NEWMAN, PHISICIAN AND- URGEON. aon River, - Montana JUSTIOh uV TUE PEACE. All kinds of lpnl in.truments properly an, .jnsptiyozocutod un applicntion. .tulleutlo.u cds anad romlittnno j promptly tmaus, BUN RIVER, MONT. ISAAC D. McOUTCHEON, ATTORNEY-4T.LAW, nil itlve!~w.e~llattention to cosY,,ynneltnlt, iloo li, w tar rk htenand hnoheos ing the United Stbtes Lnd Ofiier. olrriC:OALaN L.OCK, I1ELENA. THOMAS H. CARTER, ATTORNEY.AT.LAW, Ofce.: Man St., Foot of Broadway, Helen, M. T. DnR A.r. FoorE, DENTIST, roaadway, Helena, Mont. (ABovA HERALD OFFICE) JOHN W. WADE, U. a. DEPUT1 LAND AND MINERAL tVRtLYOR. Ordergsor lao d asurveying at Sun tiver and vi cinity.wll receive prompt attention. Office: Hlena. Cer. Broadwa & Jackson. ...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 23 October 1884

.Sun tRiver Sun. I'1 *i,. D 1URNT TNURSDAT AT --.At River, Montana Territory. se '.-I .. I .. 13 edI a r lu matstr, s asets : U eare n l I Ilhar for inrt In. ,ýt i'll I . ..oa o . . ,,,, et lmilar toeaste ad. edrw ismm to t beusttled for quar. . u am de-hsrwlll mapetag.oe CUURRENT TOPICS. Thase seems to be a markrd lack of In. sIlet ialftiestd In the series of meet. .ilnwbkh were proposed-and partially .q*rigdi Iato elect--for the purpose of ,rla. the Constitution of the proposed . t p leoutaas, and discussing its mer. e a~ni demerits. The eause was a worthy a, end it is to be deplored tbatyuot ii hll4 nterest was taken in it to carry it tb*h. «« . ,to be hoped that the bridged chasm t'ee" ;nk of the Choteau Democratic Sýd will preve satisfactory and not causo ' jlay to lose its prestige. Indicaltions 'uelt blim to point tbhat way though, ,.I~iML bad, yet before election, we hope r.ike 'hepauty LWited and nla harmony ICwiktMleetha. To be sure the ticket Is aolWst itought to beand a ...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 23 October 1884

Sun River Sun. petUS3tD EvrUT TtWasDAnr T Ti Sun River Publishing Company Northern Pacific Time Table "Montana Short Line." New Time Tadle Taklng Effect June Ist, 1884 TAItNs AIaITV FROM Tilt EAST-ULSNRA No. --PP5ci5c Ix.reae.... p. s i. Mountain time No lj-xpres (reight).................11:45 a n TRAINl GOING 3AST FPRM IIRLRNA Se-Atlantic Epress.... ...............o a m No s4-K-pres (frelight).......... ...7x5 p in TRAINS ARRIIV FROM Trit WUT YNo 2-Atlantio Espreen .... .... i a m 1No i-- re t.. ht) .......p........ :1 pm No i-oasl rieT ............. lI:re a m TRAINS OSING WRIT FROM III.INA No I--Paoefic Expreees............ . 80 pm Io 1'loc -r Hiroiht t).................... 5 l0 Wickes Branch. Arriveo at Helena at................. ..4:15 pm Lae Wictkeat t... t.............I2:lipm a.sv nIlelena uGal at .................... 0Oa m Arrivdat Wiclkest..t.....................l iam National Park Branch. Law Living"ston nt.,..................L lpinpm ..... t Cpnr. at....................5:1...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 23 October 1884

STOCK MATTERS * 6 '8 90110 " U CtOUTY. The Montana StocklGrowers' Anso 'ation eloeted meas Executive Con. mittee pl hotoae$ tpunty. "` Cho of to soiii nebetabil I t tima a3f ripe ftr 1ch ling bnefit to every stock man. In unity ot action, much good will result. I earnestly hope that o!evary man that thlnks he will .i iIesntaeb, I~I send me the annual fee $li, and become a . ber of thbe ontana Stock Grow .a' AssoolatiL. R. S. FORD. OE. E THE RANGES. '.,he 'Piie bounty Cattle Co. pur , a-. the maveridaks on the local 4dnaK p,pasying $s per head. k.:l~ , ieoigntl broke oitb on the range near 28-Mile Spring, but was I extinquished before it had done much The Sun river round:up coctpleted It labors last Tuesday. The brand ing was.larger than was expected, and, the cendition of the stock is excetingt The Eastern Montana Stock-grow erm' Associatoan now numbers 118 members and is I wrkilogcone dition, with . . .Irgnd i oter o __aer at___ poa. Atthe 1a1o earling d-horse ý ý&Ji7and W Chap...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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