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i'jiE c'A-.i; COUNTY NEWS
:bon county chronicle
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Published Every Thursday, at Red Lodge, Carbon County, Montana
O. Il, P. SHELLEY, Editor and Mgr.
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TELEPHONE NUMBER NINE
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LEST WE FORGET
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Have you ever thought how difficult it is to
■fir..I an unbroken home? Have you ever thought
how difficult it is to find an unbroken family?
Heme! You have but to say the word and the
child that w s your merry guest begins to weep.
Homo! whisper but itr tunes and the bearded sol
dier, who blanched not in the fighting battle line
droops and sickens and dies. Home! murmur but
its name and recollections start about it that put
-affection into the brain and memories that almost
suffocate or break the heart, presenting scenes in
which joy and sorrow strive for possession of the
spirit. Heme! what does it not stand for of the
■ strongest and most moving associations of child
hoods griefs and gladness of youth's sports and
hopes and sufferings and passions and sins, of
all that brightens or dims the eye of all that con
\ ulsesor tr&nquilizes the breast, for a father's em
brace or for his death bed—for a mothers kiss or
for her grave- -for a sisters love or a brothers af
fection, For hours wasted, for hours blessed for
peace in the light of life or fears in the shadow ol
the grave. Home! why it is the very foundation
stone on which America and all true government
rests. It is the real pillar on which all genuine
humanity and Christianity exist. It is all that is
left to us of that paradise that faded and vanished
from human eyes and human hearts long ago.
Most of us are but fragments of famliies
here and there struggling as best we may—we
think of father, mother and relatives, now so scat
tered like the mists of the morning. There is
something in this that makes us forget each
other's welfare when we became separated.
Once in a while a letter passes telling of the old
love and asking to be forgiven for not writing
sooner and then a long silence. A telegram is
handed you, your fingers tremble as you tear open
the envlope. You read—mother or sister died on
such a day—you go away by your self and shed a
few scalding tears and regret a thousand times
your neglegence to the dear ones. It is now too
late to do better by that mother or sister in the
days to come. This great broad world gets too far
apart. The duties of life so thoroughly absorb
our time that we forget things that we should
remember.
MERRY CHRISTMAS
The most wonderful and beautiful seasons of
all the year is here—the Yuletide season. The
splendid spirit of Christmas reigns supreme thru
ought all the Christian nations of the World. At
this period of the year, selfish desires are forgot
ten and man turns his thoughts to how he can best
serve his fellowmen. The great majority of the
inhabitants of these United States of ours are pro
foundly happy and contented. The nation, itself,
is at peace with the world, and the world is at
peace with itself and once again we hear the sweet
old story as it is told to us in the Gospel of Saint
Luke: "And there were in the same country shep
herds watching and keeping the night watches
over their flock. And behold an angel of the Lord
stood by them, and the brightness of God shone
round about them; "Fear not, for behold, I bring
you good tidings of great joy, that shall be to all
people; for this day is born to you a Savior, who is
Christ the Lord, in the city of David. And this
shall be a sign unto you: You shall find the Infant
wrapped in swaddling cloths, and laid in a man
ger.' And suddenly there was with the angel a
multitude of the heavenly army, praising God,
and saying: 'Glory to God in the highest, and on
earth peace to men of good will.' " How appropri
ate is the expression of the Herald Angels this
year.
If it were physically possible we would like to
accompany Old St. Nicholas around the world on
Christmas day extend our hand and with a
hearty hand clasp wish every one a Merry Christ
mas full of genuine joy and happiness.
FROM QUEBEC
A fibre incombustible and indif
ferent to fire, time and weather, a
poor conductor of heat and electricity, |
enduring and yet capable of bc ! ng
spun into threads of considerable
strength and ».oven into cloth must
needs be of great economic import
This fibre is asbestos, and as
ance.
Canada produces more than 76 per 1
cent of the world's supply, and this
entirely from the eastern townships
of the Province of Quebec, the mineral
is of special interest to Canadians.
The only other countries which com
pete in the world's markets for asbes
tos are South Africa, Rhodesia and
Russia.
The discovery of this material is
credited to the Romans, who used it
in cloth and for lampwick, but the
knowledge of its existence apparently
lapsed. In 1720 !*■ was found in the
Ural Mountains in Russia, but at tha*.
time its uses were limited and the
industry almost disappeared,
first modern p.'. ieiiipt to exploit asbes
tos commented in Italy in 1869, but
only a ca'.npnratively small quantity
was produced, and this at vc-y high
prices. About the same date prim.t
ive development of an asbestos dis
covery in the Des Plantes river region
in Beauce county, Quebec, took place,
but it was not until 1877 that the min
eral was found in the serpentine h Us
of Thedford and Coleraine in the
eastern townships of that province,
the source of practically all of the Do
minion's present output.
The following year mining opera
tiofis were started on a smalt scale.
Several years later shipments of the
better grades —that is the long fibers
—to the London market aroused al
most
duct. A rap : d development of the as
bestos mining industry followed.
A non-combustible material of such
flexibility as asbestos naturally lends
itself to a wide range of industry.
Its special value as an insulating and
fireproof material has been, however,
mainly responsible for its widespread
use.
The
hint
The best grades are used in the
manufacture of brakes for automo
biles and elevators. The yarn made
from the long fibre is woven into
cloth which is used in the manufacture
of fireproof theatre curtains, wall cov
erings, curtains and other products.
Coated with rubber it is used for gas
kets, sheet j acking, etc., and for high
pressure steam systems.
HAPPINESS BETTER THAN GOLD
A happy man or woman is a better
thing to find than a five-pound note.
He or she is a radiant focus of good
will; and their entrance into a room
is as though another candle had been
lighted. We need not care whether
they could prove the forty-seventh
proposition; they do a better thing
than that, they practically demon
strate the great theorem of the live
ableness of life—Stevenson.
The truest self-respect is not to
think of self.—Beecher.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING
The Annual Meeting of the stock
holders of the Red Lodge Improve
ment Company will be held in the di
rector's room of the United Sates
National Bank of Red Lodge, at Red
Lodge, Montana, on Tuesday, the 6th
day of January, 1926, at 7:30 o'clock
P. M. The meeting is held for the
purpose of electing three directors to
serve for the ensuing year and for
the transaction of such other business
as may lawfully come before the
meeting.
All proxies must be in writing and
filed with the secretary.
Dated this 24.h day of December,
1924.
CHARLOTTE DILWORTH,
Scretary.
41-2t.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
(Coal Land)
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
U. S. Land Office at Bozeman, Mont.,
December 20. 1924.
Notice is hereby given that Peter
B. Gardetto, of Roberta, Mont., who,
on September 23, 1921, made Home
stead entry, No. 014946, for SViSEVi
and E'ASWH, Section 11, Township
5 South, Range 20 East, Principal
Meridian Montana, has filed notice of
intention to make three year Proof,
to establish claim to the land above
described, before G. L. Finley, Clerk
of the Court, at his office, at Red
Lodge, Montana, on the 5th day of
February, 1926.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Bat Bartholena,
Otto Hanni,
Chris Nickola,
John Kaustino, all of Roberts, Mon
ta nat
GEO, C. DAVENPORT,
Register.
First publication, Dec. 31, 1924.
Last publication January 28, 1025.
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LEGAL PUBLICATIONS
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heieby summoned to
SUMMONS
In the District Court of the Thirteenth
Judicial District of the State of
Montana, in and fur t.ie < uunty o
Carbon.
Will P. Meyer, plaintiff aga nst John
( "ley. W. R. Caley, Guy R. ( aley,
Hare! M. Lyons and Elizabeth E.
Clawson, Defendant.
The State of Montana sends greet
ings to tha above named defendant;
You
answer th« complaint in this action
which is filed in the office of the Clerk
of thl» Court, a copy of which is
herewith aervod upon you, and to file
your answer ami serve a copy thereof
upon the Plaintiff's Attorney within
twenty days after the service of thi*
Summons, 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.
The said action is brought to fore
close that certain mortgage, dateJ
January 24th, 1920, made, executed
and delivered by J hn Guley' anti
Ygnes Caley, to th. Moyer & Chap
man State Bank, an 1 assigned to sa c
plaintiff, which said mortgage covers
and is a lien upon the following des
cribcd land situated in the County
of Carbon, State of Montana, to-wit:
Lot numbered Two of Section Thirty
four in Townsh'p Throe Sou*h <
Range Twenty-three East and Lot
numbered Three and the Southeas*
•re
Quarter of the Korthtu st Quarter am
te Northeast Quarter of the South
west Quarter of Section Three in
Township Four Smith of Range
I rwentythree East of M. P. M. CO'.
! taining 164.33 âcres according: to Gov
1 'rnment Survey. Also all aqueducts
i flumes, dams, canals, laterals, head
gates, ditches and ditch interests and
ill water and water rights used upor.
above described land or appertaining
hereunto, including especially 150
nches of the waters of Rock Creek
md the ditch and ditch interests con
veying same to and upon above des
cribed land, together with all nnc(
singular the tenements, heredita
ments and appurtenances ihereunt
belonging or in anywise appertaining
and'for the further purposes of secur
ing judgment upon and enforcing
payment of that certain indebtedness
secured by said mortgage. The plain
tiff herein is now tha holder and owner
of said mortgage and of the indebt
edness secured by said mortgage.
Witness my hand and the seal of
said Court this 9th day of December
A. D. 1924.
H. P. SANDELS,
Clerk,'
John G. Skinner, Red Lodge, Montana,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
1st publication, Dec. 11th.
2nd publication Dec. 18th.
3rd publication, Dec. 25th.
4th publication, Jan. 1st.
(SEAL)
SHERIFF'S SALE
In the District Court of the Thirteenth
Judicial District of the State of
Montana, in and for the County of
Carbon.
Meyer & Chapman State Bank, a
corporation, Plaintiff, vs.
Clarence L. Hart, E. B. Provinse,
Public Administrator of the Estate
of Lillie Hart, deceased, and Goldie
E. Cowan, administratrix of the Es
tate of William A. Cowan, deceased,
Defendants.
To be sold at Sheriff's sale on the
27th day of December, 1924, at 1:16
o'clock P. M., at the front door of
the Court House in the City of Red
Lodge, Carton County, Montana, all
the following described property, to
wit;
Lots numbered Seven and Eight
in Block numbered Three of the
Original Townsite of the Town of
Edgar, Carbon County, Montana.
Dated at Red Lodge, Montana, this
3rd day of December, 1924.
GEO. HEADINGTON,
Sheriff.
John G. Skinner, Attorney for the
plaintiff, Red Lodge Montana.
1st pub. Dec. 4
2nd. pub. Dec. 11.
3rd. pub. Dec. 18.
4th pub. Dec. 25.
SHERIFF'S SALE
Carbon Building and Loan Associa
tion, a corporation. Plaintiff against
William R. Hieox and Ida Hicox,
husband and wife, H. M. Allen &
Co., Incorporated, a corporation,
and Thompson Yards, Incorporated,
husband and wife, and II. M. Allen
& Co., Incorporated, a corporation.
Defendants.
To be sold at Sheriff's Sale on the
27th day of December, 1924 at 1:16
o'clock p. m., at the front door of the
Court House in the City of Red Lodge,
Cnrton*'County, Montana, all the fol
lowing described real property, to-wit:
Beginning at the established center of
Section Thirty-four (34) Township
Seven (7) South of Range Twenty
(20) East of the Montana Meridian
in Montana, running thence north on
the center line of Section Thirty-four
(34) a distance of 814.4 feet for a
place of beginning, thence north on
and center line 300 feet; thence west
IS2.7 feet; thence south 300 feet;
ence east 202.7 feet to the place
f beginn n? and containing 2 acres,
ere or loss.
The above described land being also
asignntad at Lots Six (6) and Seven
7) of the Thomas Early's Acre Lot*
addition to the City of Bod Lodge
Montana, as the said acre Lota are
designated and described upon the
official plat thereof, on file and of
record in the office of the County
Clerk and Recorder of Carbon Coun
ty, Montana; together with all im
provements thereon.
Dated at Red Lodge, Montana this
1st day of December, 1924.
GEO. HEADINGTON, I
Sheriff, j
Frank P. Whieher, Attorney for the
Plaintiff.
1st pub. Dee. 4th.
2nd pub. Dec. 11th.
3rd pub. Dee. 18th.
4tlf pub. Dec. 25th,
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'8 SALE
In The District Court of the Thir
t enth Judicial District of the State
of Montana, in and for the County j
of Carbon.
Fred Halbach, Plaintiff, vs. Eusebio
Mavo, Mrs. Eusebio Mayo, Barnes
BrotherSi Incorporated, a corpora
tion> an(J First Nationa i Bank,
Bridger, Montana, a corporation,
Dçfem i ants<
Tq ^ 8old ^ sheriff , g gak on th J
27th day of December, A. D., 1924,
at two o'clock P. M., of said day, at
the front door of the County Court
iouso of Carbon County, Montana, in
he city of Red Lodge, Montana, in
mid Carton County, Montana:
South half of Southeast quarter
(StiSEQ) Northeast quarter of
Southeast quarter (NE VISE Vi )
South half of Northeast quar
ter (S'ANEVi) Lot Two (2) and
the Southeast quarter of the
Southwest quarter (SE Q SW'4 )
all in section three (3), and
Northeast quarter of Northeast
quarter (NE%NEVS) of section
Ten (10) in township six (6)
South of Range Twenty-four (24)
East M. P. M., in Carbon County,
Montana;
Dated at Red Lodge, Montana, this
28th day-of November, A. D., 1924.
GEO. HEADINGTON,
Sheriff,
L. A. Fisher, Attorney for Plaintiff,
Glendive, Montana.
1st. pub. Dec. 4th.
2nd pub. Dec. 11th.
3rd pub. Dec. 18th.
4th pub. Dec. 25th.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
(Publisher)
Coal land,
No. 014682
Department of the Interior
U. S. Land Office at Bozeman, Mont.
Dec. 16th, 1924.
NOTICE is hereby given that, Leo
Pilati, of Red Lodge, Mont., who, on
April 17, 1919, made Homestead entry
No. 014682, for SW14NW14, Section
32, Township 7 South, Range 20 East,
Principal Meridian Mont., has filed
notice of intention to make Three year
Proof, to establish daim to the land
above described, before Elbert Hymer,
U. 8. Commissioner, in his office,
Red Lodge, Mont., on the 21st day of
January, 1926.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Peter Ratin,
Caleb Mills,
Anton Sontonini,
Philip Roat, all of Red Lodge, Mont.
GEO. C. DAVENPORT,
Register.
First pubication, Dec. 18, 1924.
Last publication, Jan. 16. 1926.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
(Publisher)
Non-coal land,
No. 014672
Department of the Interior,
U. S. Land Office at Bozeman, Mont.
Dec. 16th, 1924.
NOTICE is hereby given that Wil
liam Karl Weller, of Belfry, Mont.,
who, on April 17th, 1919, made Home
stead Entry, No. 014672 for WVi,
Section 26, Township 9 South, Range
20 East, Principal Meridian, Mont.,
has filed notice of intention to make
three year Proof, to establish claim to
the land above described, before El
bert Hymer, U. S. Commissioner, in
his office, at Red Lodge, Mont.,
the 20th. day of January, 1926,
Claimant names as witnesses:
Nathan Chance,
Tony Chesark,
Chas. Elze,
on
Oscar Olson, all of Belfry, Mont„i
GEO. C. DAVENPORT,
Register.
First pubication, Dec. 18, 1924.
Last publication, Jan. 16, 1925.
BUSINESS- PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY
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J. C. F SIEGFRIEDT
M.D.
Maude S. Jensen
D. C, PH. C.
CHIROPRACTOR
Physician and
Surgeon
TELE. 275-R1
BEARCREEK, MONT.
Palmer School Graduate.
Member U. C. A.
Office Savoy Block Phone 169 J.
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"If Tour Property Dwl Suit Tea. Why Not Trade It far
Something Huit IW
ELBERT HYMEF
REALTOR
Carbon Coot;
Bonded Licensed Reel Estate Broker
Red Lodge, Mont.
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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JOHN G. SKINNER
Lawyer
DR. C. L. KOEHN
Physician & Surgeon
United States National Bank
Building
RED LODGE MONTANA
Office Phone 77; Residence 114
RED LODGE, MONTANA
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MONTANA
RED LODGE
Downard'Si* Funeral
Home
BYRON B. DOWNARD
Funeral Director
Licensed Embalmer
LADY ASSISTANT
Dr. A. H. McFarland
Osteopathic Physician.
OFFICES: Meyer-Chapman
Building.
Phones; Office, 111; Res,, 402-J.
Red Lodge and Bcarereek
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R. G.. MARTIN
J. A. NEWMAN
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
Licensed Embalmer
Justice of the Peace
Office in Improvement Block
Phones: Office 7; Residence 7
RED LODGE. MONTANA
RED LODGE. MONTANA
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DR. F. W. SCHWIN
H. A. SIMMONS
Dentist
Attorney
AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
....U. 8. National Bank Building ....
RED LODGE, MONTANA
Office: Meyer-Chapman Bidg.
RED LODGE, MONTANA
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