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LEGAL PUBLICATIONS
ALUS SUMMONS
In the District Court of the Thirteenth
Judicial District of the State of
Montana in and for the County of
Carbon.
Paula G. Lapidus, Plaintiff vs. Clar
ence E. Cummings,
Bankers Loan & Mortgage Com
pany, a corporation: A. N. Johnson,
and C. W. Curtis, partners doing
business under the name and style
of Johnson & Curtis; and Capital
Live Stock Loan Company, a cor
poration, Defendant.
a widower;
THE STATE OF MONTANA sends
greeting to the Above named de
fendant:
You are hereby summoned to answer
the complaint in this action which is
filed in the office of the Clerk of this
Court, and to file your answer and
serve a copy thereof upon the plain
tiff's attorney within twenty days af
ter the service of this summons, ex
clusive 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 demand
ed in the complaint.
The said action is brought to obtain
a judgment on two promissory notes,
one for $700.00 given August 31st,
1916 by Clarence E. Cummings, and
wife to the Bankers Loan & Mort
gage Company and one note or $96.27
being an installment of interest on the
principal note above set forth dated
August 21st, 1921, signed by Clarence
E. Cummings, both notes being past
due and having been assigned to Paula
G. Lapidus; and for the purpose of
foreclosing that certain real estate
Mortgage dated August 81st, 1916,
and recorded in Book 20 of Mortgages
at Page 56 in the office of the County
Clerk & Recorder of Carbon County,
Montana, said Mortgage being giv
en as security for the above described
notes and signed by Clarence E. Cum
mings, and wife, given and delivered
to the Bankers Loan & Mortgage Com
pany and by them endorsed to Paula
G. Lapidus, which Mortgage covers
and is a lien on the following describ
ed property, to-wit: All and singular
that certain tract of unsurveyed land,
within the Beartooth National Forest
in Montana, situated in Township se
en (7), South of Range Twenty-six
(26), E. M. P. M., unsurreyed as ap
pears from the plat of homestead en
try surveyed 167, reference to which
is hereby had, which said tract of land
contains 120.40 acres and is included
within the metes and bounds described
as follows, to-wit: Beginning at cor
ner, No. 1 from which corner mile poet
71 On the South boundry of the Crow
Indian Reservation in Montana, bears
North 27 degrees 84 minutes West
61.74 chains distrant by traverse; run
ning thence South 39 degrees 39 min
utes East 26.10 chains to corner No.
2; thence South 66 degrees 44 minutes
East 18.03 chains to corner No. 3;
thence South 76 degrees 36 minutes
East 12.79 chains to corner No. 4;
thence South 29 degrees 4 minutes
West 19.48 chains to corner No. 6;
thence North 79 degrees 7 minutes
West 33.89 chains to comer No. 6;
thence North 33 degrees 45 minutes
West 18.03 chains to corner No. 7;
thence North 6 degrees 43 minutes
West 11 chains to corner No. 8;
thence North 32 degrees 9 minutes
East 16,73 chaînes to corner No. 1.
the place of beginning; and for an Or
der of Sale, to sell said property in
satisfaction of the judgment and lien
of the Mortgage so Decreed,
Witness my hand and theseal of
said Court this 29 day of May 1924.
(seal)
H. P. SANDELS,
Clerk.
Dillavou & Moore,
Billings, Montana
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
First Pub. June 4, last .June 26.
SHERIFF'S SALE
Roberts State Bank, a Corporation,
Plaintiff, against Edgerton C. Reed,
et al., Defendants.
To be sold at Sheriff's Sale on the
12th day of July, 1924, at one o'clock
p. m. at the front door of the court
House in the city of Red Lodge, Mon
tana all the following described real
property, to-wit:
County of Carbon, State of Montana,
an described as follows, to-wit: The
Northeast quarter (NE *4) of Section
Thirty (30) and the Northwest quar
ter (NW*4) of Section Twenty-nine
(29) in Township Four (4) South of
Range Twenty-one (21) East, M. P. M.
Containing 320 acres, together with
all and singular tenements, heredi
taments and appurtenances thereunto
belonging, and the reversions, re
mainders, rents issues and profits
thereof, also any and all water rights,
water ditches and water casements
thereunto belonging or in anywise ap
pertaining, which are now, or hereaf
ter may be used on said premises,
however they may be evidenced.
Dated at Red Lodge, Montana this
16th day of June 1924.
Situated in the
GEO. HEADINGTON,
Sheriff.
Frank P. Whicher,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
First Pub. June 18, last Pub. July 0.
ALIAS SUMMONS
In the District Court of the Thirteenth
Judicial District of the State of
Montana, in and for the County of
Carbon.
Wm. Larkin, Plaintiff, vs. George L.
Swale, an unmarried man;
Baker and..'.Baker, his wife,
if any; and all other persons, un
known, claiming, or who might
claim, any right, title, estate or in
terest in, or lien or incumbrance up
in, the real property described in
t e complaint, or any thereof, ad
verse to plaintiff's ownership, or
any cloud upon plaintiffs title
thereto, whether suen claim or pos ?
wen
sible claim be present or contingent,
including any claim of possible claim
of dower, inchoate or accrued, De
fendants.
The State of Montant to George L.
Swale, Jerry and.Baker, his wife
and to all other persons, unknown,
claiming or who might claim, any
right, title, estate, or interest in, or
lein or incumbrance upon, the real
property described in the complaint, or
any thereof, adverse to plaintiff's
ownership, or any cloud upon plain
tiff's title thereto, whether such claim
or possible claim be present or conti
gent, including any claim or possible
claim of dower, inchoate or accrued,
GREETING:
You are hereby summoned to ans
wer the complaint in this action which
is filed in the office of the clerk of
this court, a copy of which is here
with served upon you, and to file your
answer and serve a copy thereof upon
the plaintiff's attorney within twenty
days after the service of this sum
mons, exclusive of the day of service;
and in case of your failure to appear
or answer, judgment will be taken
against you by default for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
This action involves the title to the
following described lands, situated in
the County of Carbon, and State of
Montana, to-wit; The Southwest quar
ter of the southeast quarter and the
south half of the southwest quarter of
section twenty-two, and the north
west quarter of the northeast quarter
and the south half of the northeast
quarter, the northeast quarter of the
northwest quarter and the northeast
quarter of the southeast tjuarter of
Section twenty-seven all in Township
Four south of Range twenty-two east
of Montana Meridian Montana, con
taining three hundred and twenty a
cres, also all water, water rights and
irrigation ditches conveying water to
and upon said lands.
The nature of the relief sought by
the plaintiff is a follows: To have the
plaintiff adjudged to be the owner, in
fee simple, of the lands, w r ater and
water rights and appurtenances above
described: that the title to said land,
water and water rights, and appur
tenances be quieted in said plaintiff;
and that it be declared adjudged and
decreed that said defendants, named
and unnamed, and each and all of
them, have no right, interest, claim or
title in and to said real estate, water,
water rights and appurtenances, or
any part thereof; and for such other
and further relief as to the Court
shall seem meet and agreeable to equi
ty, all as more fully appears from the
Complaint on file herein, to which
reference is hereby made.
WITNESS my band and the seal of
said court this 6th day of June, A. D.
1924.
SEAL
H. P. SANDELS,
By M. Sandels.
Deputy Clerk.
Clerk of the above entitled Court.
JOHN G. SKINNER
Red Lodge, Montana
Attorney for Plaintiff.
First Pub. June 18, last Pub. July 9.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of Anton Yakovach. Deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the under
signed, Executrix of the estate of An
ton Yakovach, deceased, to the credit
ors of, and all persons having claims
against the said deceased, to exhibit
them, with the necessary vouchers,
within four months after the first
publication of this notice, to the said
executrix at the law office of H. A.
Simmons, U. S. National Bank Bldg.,
No. 1 North Broadway, Red Lodge,
Mont, the same being the place for
the transaction of the business of said
estate in the County of Carbon, Mon
tana.
Dated June 21, 1924.
HELEN YAKOVACH,
Executrix of the estate of
Anton Yakovach, deceased.
First Pub. June 26, Last Pub. July 16.
BRIDGER NEWS ITEMS
(Special to The Chronicle)
Miss Elma Chappell entertained
about twenty little friends at her home
ern Thursday afternoon in honor of
her twelfth birthday anniversary.
Games were enjoyed during the after
noon after which refreshments were
served.
Miss Lillian Boomer and Mr. Nick
Reichert were married at Holy Mass
in Fromberg last Sunday morning.
After the ceremony the bridal party
motored to the Reichert ranch where
a celebration was held, following out
the traditions of the old country.
Miss Margaretta Buffington who
has completed nurses training in
a Chicago hospital is visiting friends
in Bridger. During her stay here she
is a guest at the E. J. Scoins home.
On Tuesday evening Mrs. A. Reese and
Mrs, Scoins entertained a company of
young people complimentary to Miss
Buffington, at the Reese home. The
porch was decorated with Japanese
lanterns and dancing was enjoyed un
til a late hour after which delicious
refreshments were served by the hos
tesses.
Mrs. Robt. Clark returned home
Thursday evening after »pending sev
eral weeks with relatives and friends
at Dodson, Montana.
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Hill, Mr. and
Mrs. A. P. Heslop, Mr. and Mrs, H.
E. Wolfe and Mr. G. H. Reimer were
were motor visitors to Billings Sat
urday.
Dr. L. A. Gates received word to
come to Missoula immediately to help
with an important case and Mrs.
Catherine Bender drove him to Bill
ings Friday to catch the first train for
Missoula. Dr. Gates expects to locate
in Missoula permanently in the near
future.
The Thornton family spent Satur
day in Billings.
Mrs. J. F. Hickey visited in Billings
on Tuesday.
Miss Thelma Bourett of Billings
spent the week-end at the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Bour
ett.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas of Billings
motored to Bridger on Sunday and
took Mr. and Mrs. Gua Gottschalk,
father of Mrs. Thomas, on to Blue
water with them for a days fishing.
Mr. George Brandt left Tuesday for
Seattle where Mr. Brand may pos
sibly locate.
On Friday afternoon the Overby
lawn took on a festive look as it was
colorfully decorated with red, white
and blue and a group of about fifty
young people were inited to help cele
brate Percil Overby's fifth birthday
anniversary. A most enjoyable time
was reported by all of the young peo
ple and this day will go down in the
life of these little folks as a red let
ter day.
Mrs. O. D. Rue and daughter Gladys
departed for their home in Billings
on Monday. They have been spend
ing a few days with the Teasdales
and Culbertsons.
Word was received by Mrs. G. W.
Brandt, of the marriage of her sister,
Miss Ethel Cummings, to Donald Reed,
in Seattle last week. Miss Ethel Cum
mings is well known in Bridger and
th hearty congratulations of a wide
cicrle of friends are extended to the
couple.
The Ladies' Aid met at the home of
Mrs. William Currie on Friday after
noon.
Special services will be held at the
Methodist church on next Sunday
evening. It will be the last service
before the pastor leaves for the sum
mer camp at Luckett Park.|
Two new Kelley-Springfield tires
were stolen from the Star Transfer
delivery truck on Tuesday night. Ef
fort had been put forth to locate the
thief but as yet no definite evidence
has been found.
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BOYD ITEMS
(Special to The Chronicle)
Mrs. Anna Williams left on Tues
day left on Tuesday for Red Lodge
where she will have some dental work
done.
W. H. Adamson was a business cal
ler at Red Lodge on Wednesday.
Mrs. Dave Myer and children of
Laurel returned home on Sunday af
ter spending several days at the C. B.
Platt home.
N. Mesera was a business caller at
Red Lodge on Wednesday.
Roy Ennis and mother returned
home on Thursday after spending sev
eral days visiting relatives at Billings.
Charles De Balte was a Red Lodge
caller on Wednesday.
Sdgar Gruel motored to Red Lodge
on Friday.
Mrs. Tisdale who has spent the last
month at the home of her sister Mrs.
Sauerwein left on Sunday for a visit
at the home of her parents in Missouri.
Tony Spolar of Red Lodg was a call
er at the Kauzlarich home on Sunday.
Louis Beerwart and Ida Miller mo
tored to Fromberg on Friday evening.
Mrs. J. M. Bershoboun of Billings
was a caller at the Dulenty home on
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Platt motored
to Red Lodge on Saturday.
Alex McIntosh of Billings was a
caller at the L. Beerwart home on
Wednesday.
Mary Jane and Bobby Breshanhan
and Richard Herminghans of Billings
are spending their summer vacation
at the home of their grand parents
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dullenty.
Wm. White of Bearcrcek is visiting
at the home of his son Robert White.
Marian I/oretta and Jack Baker, El
roy Pierce and Charles Brooks were
callers at the Bob Dulenty home on
Sunday.
W. F. Kebschull, R. A. Platt, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Dulenty and Mary
Jane Bresnohan left on Monday morn
ing for a trip to the mountains.
Mrs. Smith and son left on Sunday
at the home of her sister Mrs. Smith.
On Sunday a number of friends and
relatives gathered at the D. T. Taylor
home for a party, ^t being Mr, Tay
lors's birthday.
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Taylor-of Fox
were callers at the Sauerwein home
on Sunday.
Mrs. Lyman Miller of Red Lodge
spent Sunday at the home of her par
ents Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Taylor.
H. W. Gerlock of Laurel spent Sun
day with his family on Shane Ridge.
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Schrumpf and
family spent Sunday at the Chappel
home in Joliet.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Davis spent
Thursday at Joliet.
ROBERTS ITEMS
(Special to The Chronicle)
Jessee Moon visited a few days last
week at the Hunt ranch north of
town.
S. J. Epier superintendent of the
Occident Elevator Co. was a business
visitor in Roberts Tuesday afternoon,
calling on the local manager of that
company Oscar Bergen.
Last week we reported that Miss
Esther Abraharason had gone to the
Yellowstone Park for the summer, but
that was in error as instead of going
to the park she went to Minnesota.
John Murphy Jr. Made a business
trip to Red Lodge Wednesday.
THEY USUALLY COFE
BACK
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Opland, formerly
of this place, but who have been living
in Oregon during the past two years
came back to Roberts Wednesday. Mr.
Opland says that times are rather dull
In Oregon because that about all of
the big saw mills have been shut down.
Dr. H. G. Morgan made a business
trip to Bed Lodge Thursday.
Bernard Bertrand departed Thurs
day afternoon for Casper Wyoming
where he has a position as a mechan
ist with the Northwestern Railway Co.
in their shops there.
Mrs. William Weidman departed
Monday afternoon, for a visit with her
daughter at Silesia. She will also
visit in Billings before she returns.
Art Cox of Billings was a business
visitor in town Wednesday.
Mrs. William Schanck and daugh
ters, Irene and Hannah called at the
Emil Heikkila home Thursday after
noon.
Ed Opland called at the home of C.
H. Bjordahl east of town Thursday.
Wm. Schanck, John W. McKenzie,
Thomas Hogan, and A. R, Moon, made
a business trip over on Shane Ridge
Monday.
Harry Matthews and family drove
down to Bilfings Tuesday.
Ed Catt and J. Ley of near Boyd
were business callers in Roberts Mon
day.
Mrs. Joseph Bertrand departed for
Dillon, Monday afternoon, she goes to
be with her children who are attend
ing school in Dillon.
Sheep shearing is in full blast in
this vicinity now. The shearers are
now working at the George Hunt
ranch, and after they finish at that
place they will go to the L. R. Dun
can ranch and shear the sheep for
Duncan.
Dave .Hollowell of Bridger was in
town several days last week selling
Ford cars. Dave is quite an expert
salsman.
Peter Obert of the east bench was
a visitor in town Monday.
Mr. Fred Gibson of Absarokee was
on our streets Tuesday.
The Obert Brothers were hauling
wheat in to the elevator last week.
They had a fine lot of wheat to sell.
T. C. Schrumpf and family were
business callers in town Tuesday.
Geo. Hare is putting a new founda
tion under his butcher shop, and after
he gets the foundation finished he will
put in a cement walk in front of the
shop, which will help conditions there
very much. It would be a fine thing
if more good cement walks should be
built about town.
Miss Prinkki of Fox has been visit
ing at the Abrahamson home several
days last week.
The Altar Society met with Mrs.
Henry Allen, Thursday afternoon.
Alex McIntosh of Billings was a
business visitor in this vicinity several
days last week.
Mrs. John McKenzie, Mrs. Joseph
Allen, and Mrs. Clarence Sprague and
son Merl, drove down to Billings Fri
day, to do some shopping.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles DeVries are
the parents of a new baby born Thurs
day.
Ed Opland made a business trip to
Red Lodge, Friday.
This Way, Please
A fading blonde dashed into a de
partment store.
Clerk; "Anything I can do for
you, madam?"
Fading Blonde (panting): "Yes—
I have lost my husband."
Clerk; "Mourning department
third isle to the left'.'
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Davis spent
Thursday at Joliet.
The children of the Leon Shorten
home are sick with the measles.
Mack and Paul Anderson motored
to Red Lodge on Sunday.
Otto Gruel was a Red Lodge caller
on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Salo and chil
dren who have spent the last year in
Colorado returned to their ranch on
Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Smidt motored
to Columbus on Sunday.
Mrs. W. H. Adamson left on Mon
day where she will fait friends.
BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY
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Mrs. Arthur Maddox
Typewriter Paper
Legal Blanks,
Carbon Paper, Typewriter Ribbons,
THE CARBON COUNTY CHRONICLE
Residence 101 North Word Ave. t
HEMSTITCHING
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PICKET HOTEL
R G. MARTIN
RED LODGL «U.NTANA
CENTER OF BUSINESS DISTRICT ON BROADWAY
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
ROOMS WITH BATH $1.50
Licensed Embalmer
Best Hotel In Ths City
DAYLIGHT SAMPLE ROOM OFF LOBBY ON 1ST FLOOR
When You're Here, You're Horae
A. L. ALDER80N, Prop.
Phones; Office 7; Residence 7
RED LODGE, MONTANA
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MRS. J. M. WILLS
WOULD YOU LIKE TO
PLAY SOME
Musical Instrument?
J. A. NEWMAN
Home Cooking
Try my dainty noon lunch for 25c
See me for your party baking
First door North of Postoffice
RED LODGE, MONTANA
Justice of the Peace
Select Your Desired Instrument
and Give Yourself a Trial at
Office in Improvement Block
WM. NOETZEL'S
RED LODGE, MONTANA
MUSIC STUDIO
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"If Your Property Don't Suit You, Why Not Trade It for
Something That Does'*
DR. C. L. KOEHN
ELBERT HYMER
Carbon County
REALTOR
Red Lodge, Mont.
Physician & Surgeon
Office Phone 77; Residence 114
RED LODGE, MONTANA
Bonded Licensed Real Estate Broker
U. S. Land Commissioner
Good Homesteads and Relinquishments, close to market,
timber, coal, hunting and fishing.
"Come to Carbon County, Where Adam met Eve. A good
place to raise Cain.'

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DR. F. W. SCHWIN
E. P. CONWELL
H. A. SIMMONS
Dentist
Lawyer
Attorney
AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
,U. S. National Bank Buildinj
RED LODGE, MONTANA
Office: Meyer-Chnpman Bldg,
Improvement Block
RED LODGE, MONTANA
RED LODGE, MONTANA
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RED LODGE IMPROVEMENT CLUB
JOHN G. SKINNER
Lawyer
An Organization For The Beautifying of Red Lodge
JOIN THE CLUB —BE LOYAL TO RED LODGE
Are You A Member?
United States National Bunk
Building
Phone No. 78
Office: 2nd Floor Red Lodge State Bank.
RED LODGE MONTANA
RUBY NEGOVIN, Sec'y - Treas.
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ELECTRIC SHOE
REPAIR SHOP
DR. L. H. TOOLEY
Attorney-At-Law
DENTIST
Phone 1Ö1. Improvement Bldg.
Red Lodge Montana
First Class Service
Half Soling a Specialty
CHAS. KOLANDER, PROP.
Red Lodge, Mont.
Office over Red Lodge State
Bonk Budding
BED LODGE, MONTANA
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HEMSTITCHING
See L. P. CHAPMAN
JOHN T. HAYS
PICOTING
For All Kinds of OIL
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Lawyer
COUNTY ATTORNEY
NU BONE CORSETS
Theresa Opitz
Texaco Products
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Improvement Block
Over Grove Store
Red Lodge, Montana
Room 8.
Meyer - Chapman Bank Bldg
RED LODGE, MONTANA
RED LODGE. MONT.
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GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
.MONTANA
INSURANCE AGENT
And Notary Public
Office in Improvement Block
RED LODGE, MONTANA
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O. J. Simmons
BUT—how much for how little.
NOT—how little, for how much;
MAUDE S. JENSEN, D. C., Ph. C.
ABSTRACTS
Member U. C. A.
Palmer School Graduate. Three Year Course
OFFICE SAVOY BLOCK
Bonds
Fire Insurance
RED LODGE, MONTANA
PHONE 169 J.

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