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Legal Department
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Kstale of V. B. GARLOUGH. also
known a« VAN B. GARLOUGH,
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Notice is hereby given by the
undersigned the Administratrix of
ceased 3 to °the creditors^of * and
all persons having aims aeafnst
the saiddeceased to exhibif them
with the necessary vouchers, with
in four months after the first pub
lication of this notice to the said
Administratrix* at the offke of
James'A, CummUg. Attorney
»täte »t 17 F «,h ct in rnintn
bia Falls, in the County of Flatl
head «tfate of „„I
being the place to ^e ir^sartionI
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Administratrix of the Estate of
of the business of said estate.
ALVINA GARLOUGH
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And when your car won't start—
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That can't happen with Standard White Crown
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STANDARD SERVICE
Hungry Horse
said Deceased.
Date at Columbia Falls, this 15th
day of November, 1954.
I James A. Gumming
j Attorney for Petitioner
I Dec. 24, 31, 1954; Jan. 7,14, 1955
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NOTICE
N °tice is hereby given ihat the
Partnership heretofore subsisting
between William E. Harbin and
James , R ' Hazelwood, heretofore
: engaged ln traller -, ca ™P busl '
ness near Columbia Falls, Mon
! tana under the name of RIVER 'I
fo/™ W COURT, has
been dissolved by mutual consent
■ as and tr° m December 16, 1954. 1
James R. Hazelwood will continue,
said bus , iness unde F th «. same " am
as a sole proprietorship, and all
j debts due to and owing by the late 1
: partnership will be received and ,
paid, respectively, by James B 1
Hazelwood.
Dated December 16, 1954.
William E. Harbin
James R. Hazelwood
Pub. Dec. 24, 1954.
In the District Court of the Elev
e nth Judicial District of
state of Montana, in and For
the County of Flathead,
ALIAS SUMMONS
No. 13,232
R. W WESSELS, Plaintiff vs
SULLIVAN and GLADYS
SULLIVAN, his wife, Defendants.
THE STATE OF MONTANA
sends greetings. to the above
upon one of you in each County
named Defendants and to each
them:
,rJ° U ARE HE ™ S ™ M ? N
ED to answer the Complaint
this action, which is filéd in the
office of the Clerk of this Court,
a copy of which is herewith served
wherein any oi you reside and lo
file your answer and serve a copy
thereof upon the Plaintiff's attor
neys within twenty days after the
service of this Summons, exclusive
of the day of service; and in case
of your failure to appear or ans
wer judgment will be taken against
you, by default, for the relief de
manded in the Complaint. This
action is brought to recover the
sum of $375.00 together with in
terest on $500 at 5% per annum
from March 5, 1954, to August 21,
1954, and interest on $375.00, at
5% per annum, until paid, to
gether with plaintiff's costs, for
monies loaned to the defendants
by the plaintiff at their special in
stance and request, said recovery
to be made only against the sum
of $395.75 now in the control or
possession of Sheriff of Flathead
County. Mo; .ana, by reason of the
attachn.ei.' jy him made on Aug
ust 29, 1954, of said $395.73 then
on deposit by the defendants with
the Conrad National Bank of Kal
ispell, Montana.
Witness my hand and the Seal
of said Court this 14th day of De
cember, 1954.
(SEAL)
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JACIE WILLIS,
Clerk of said Court
by Cecile Sund,
Deputy Clerk
Rognlien and Hash
Attorneys for Plaintiff
Kalispell, Montana
Dec. 24, 31, 1954; Jan. 7, 14, 1955
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CHRISTMAS PARTY BACK IN 1850
In the year 1850 a joyous party assembled on Christmas eve
ning in a recently constructed adobe building at the trading
post of the American Fur Company on the upper Missouri River
and known as Fort Lewis.
In the gathering there was a two-fold object; To celebrate
the event of Christmas by suitable rejoicing and to dedicate to
ultimate uses the first adobe building erected in that section of
what later was to become Montana.
Major Culbertson was commander of the fort. He was joined
in the celebration by 60 to 70 subordinates at the post along with
women and children. A majority of the men at the post were
Canadian and Louisiana French of the class called voyageur.
To know the nationality of the group is to know that on this
occasion merriment and jollity reigned.
The climax of the celebration was the renaming of the
post, then in process of construction in adobe, as Fort Benton,
honoring a valued employe of the American Fur Company.
ANACONDA COPPER MINING COMPANY
"Work for a Greater and More Prosperous Montana"
This is a project that should Include all Montanans.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
No. 5606
Estate of Evvie E. Parker, De
ceased.
Notice is hereby given by
undersigned, the Administratrix
the estate of Evvie E. Parker de
ceased, to the creditors of and
persons having claims against the
said deceased, to exhibit them,
with the necessary vounchers,
within (four) months after the
first publication of this notice
the said Administratrix at the of
fice of James A. Gumming, attor
ney for the estate at 17 E. 6th St.,
Columbia Falls, Montana, in the
County of Flathead, State of Mon
tana, the same being the place for
the transaction of the business
said estate.
Mrs. Alice R. Reid,
Administratrix of the Estate
said Deceased.
Dated at Columbia Falls, Mon
tana, this 7th day of December,
1954.
James A. Gumming,
Attorney for Petitioner
Dec. 24, 31, 1954; Jan. 7, 14, 1955
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Rates 2/2 cents a word per Issue;
Cash only. Minimum 50 cents.
For Rent
ROOMS FOR RENT. CLEAN,
comfortable, warm rooms. Sing
les $8.50 to $12.50 week. Doubles
$16.00 or $19.00. Cadillac Hotel,
Whitefish.
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FOR RENT — 23 FT. TRAILER
House. Cose to the job. Inquire
at Riverview Trailer Ct. or call
188-Y.
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FOR RENT—FURNISHED MOD
ern house. Shady Nook Cabins,
Hungry Horse. Ph. 9904.
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For Sale—Real Estate
FOR SALE OR TRADE—MOD.
small two bedroom house. Will
take trailer house for my equity.
501 8th Ave. W. Kalispell.
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NEW FIVE ROOM AND BATH—
House for sale. Brick trimmed.
Electric heat, hardwood floors.
Good location. 1st house south of
LDS church. FHA financing avail
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able, E. T. Tolley.
For Sale
CHOICE HEREFORD GRAIN
fed beef cattle for sale. Arrange
ments can be made for halves and
quarters. Frank Carter, one mile
south of Col. Heights on U. S. No.
2. Phone 102K-3.
15ctf
OIL CIRCULATING HEATER
for sale. Med. house size. Good
condition. Inquire Park Merc. 22*
PIANO FOR SALE OR RENT—
Small modem pianos may be
seen in Columbia Falls. $25 first
month, $10 per month. All applies
on piano. No interest first six
months. This is it! Call or write:
Music Center, Missoula, Montana.
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For sale—cull potatoes
$1 per hundred, bring sacks, 50
lb. free with 500 lb. F. B. Arnett,
Rt. 1-A.
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Dr. C. S. Graham
OPTOMETRIST
Whitefish Pilot Bldg.
WHITEFISH
Office hour«: 9 to 12 and 1 to *
Evenings by Appointment
Phone 2-1021
COLE'S MACHINE
WORKS
GENERAL MACHINISTS
ALL KINDS OF MACHINE
REPAIR WORK
phone 4809
217 1st Avi. W
KALISPELL
Dr. R. R. Kahle
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CHIROPRACTOR
437 Main Street
Kalispell
X-RAY LABORATORY
NEUROCALOMETER SERVICE
Now in new Location
Sundelius Building
East of Strand Theatre
Kalispell
Dr. C. M. Anzjon
OPTOMETRIST
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Stay at the
CADILLAC HOTEL
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THIS WHISKEY IS 4 YEARS OLD • 86 PROOF • THE OLD HERMITAGE COMPANY, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY
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WANT/ADS
FRESH YOUNG TURKEYS FOR
sale.
Watch for sign on highway No. 40
one mile west of Blue Moon. Ph.
15tfc
Turkey Farm.
Braig's
Whitefish 2-3509.
7 x 12 WOOL RUG WITH PAD
for sale. Telephone 42-Y, Col
Falls.
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Services
HEARING AID BATTERIES: A
complete stock at Rein Electric,
Whitefish.
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NOTICE—"ROSANNE'S" LADIES
and Misses' Hair Cutting. In my
home by appointment. Phone
155-04, Hungry Horse, Mont, tfc
BRING YOUR HOOVER VACU
um cleaners to Rein Electric Ph.
140, Whitefish for servicing. Gen
uine parts; authorized Hoover
dealers.
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WE MAKE WRINGER ROLLS.
Can duplicate 96 per cent of all
makes of wringer rolls. Bring in
your old rolls for measurement.
Rein Electric. Phone 140. White
fish.
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SANDERS FOR RENT: ALSO
see us for contract sanding by
experienced craftsmen. Columbia
Falls Lumber Co.
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SCHWINN BUILT BICYCLES
Properly set up and guaranteed
to give service. See our complete
toy line. Wheaton Cycle and Toy,
214 1st Ave. W„ Kalispell.
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Miscellaneous
REWARD FOR INFORMATION
leading to return of large An
gora kitten, 6 mos. old. Yellow
with dark stripes. Last seen Wed
nesday eve. Dec. 15. Harker, Ph.
122-Y.
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LOST—SMALL BLACK CAT. 9
mos. old. Few white hairs on
throat. Reward. Ph. 241-L. Col.
Falls.
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Monegan Agency
Col. Falls
Nucleus Ave.
Businesses and Homes
For Sale
—ALSO—
Business and
Residential Lots
HOMES — FARMS
Frontage on Whitefish Lake
And some very good business
opportunities for sale.
—See—
FLOYD P. JONES
Now at 133 6 St. W. in Kelly
Building
COLUMBIA FALLS
PHONE 248— DAY OR NITE
NEW YORK LIFE
INSURANCE CO.
ACCIDENT & SICKNESS
INCOME PROTECTION
FAMILY HOSPITALIZATION
AND SURGICAL
REPRESENTED BY
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578 1st Ave. E. N.
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Dignified and Economical
Service
343 1st Ave. W.
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H. D. Wellman
Announces
He has Moved His
Law Office
FROM BANK BLDG.
TO
Burt Carlson's Bldg.
ON NUCLEUS AVE.
X WE BUY & SELL
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Q • Furniture
X • Automobiles
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3 Trading Post
K JOHN BINSFELD
^Nucleus Ave.
PH. 15- iJ
Cot. Fall«)
Dr. Loren Kreck
DENTIST
Park Theatre Bldg.
Columbia Falls
Office hours 9 to 5 Mon
day thru Saturday.
Dr. G. H. Johnson
DENTIST
Whitefish
Residence Phone 2-5243
Office Phone 2-0481
Open all day Saturday
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KALISPELL, MONT.
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