Montana Standard-Post • 02-February-1966

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Montana Standard-Post •  02-February-1966 - medical insurance will be receiving time under...
medical insurance will be receiving time under Social Security and died Founder of Opportunity Dr. Gardiner,86, who formed Ml. Eaggin Livestock, dies Dr. H. C. Gardiner, 86, a former former Montanan who formed the Mount Haggin Land and Livestock Livestock Co., and founded the community community of Opportunity near Anaconda, died Tuesday at his home in Guelth, Ont., Canada. Dr. Gardiner was born at St. Catharine's, Ont. March 27,1879. He came to Montana about the turn of the century when James J. Hill of the Great Norton Railroad was encouraging young men from the Middle West, East Lost and found Florence Cool: placed this ad in the Standard-Post: LOST: PART ELK HOUND AND SHEP- herd puppy, brown and black. Answer* to name ChMco. Reward. B07 W. Mercury. Mercury. TO-6284. The puppy was returned shortly shortly and he found himself back in the doghouse - happily. For fast action, call us at 792-8301. and Canada to settle in the state. He settled in Bozeman, enrolled enrolled at Montana State University University and was graduated in 1903. He went to the Chicago Veterinary College and then returned returned to practice veterinary medicine in the Gallatin Valley. A short time later he was employed employed by the Anaconda Co. to assist in the defense of the famous "smoke case," an action which sought to enjoin the company company from operating the Anaconda Anaconda smelter. Dr. Gardiner showed successful successful farming and ranching could be carried on in the vicinity of the smelter and was a principal principal witness in the case which was decided in 1907 in favor of the company. Dr. Gardiner continued to manage the company's ranch property after the "smoke case." He developed the Willow Glen stock ranch near Anaconda (GnltaM.P<«»% Col. 4) , Buster comic generations of age comedy Charlie and suburban had his 1956. was 1940, was In that bit

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