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BUSINESS-PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY
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J. C. F SIEGFRIED!
M. D.
O. J. Simmons
ABSTRACTS
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
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BEARCREEK, MONT.
Bonds
Fire Insurance
RED LODGE. MONTANA
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makes of Batteries.
Treasure City Eelctric Service
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JOHN G. SKINNER
DR. C. L. KOEHN
LAWYER
United States National Bank
Building
RED LODGE MONTANA
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Office Phone 77; Residence 114
RED LODGE, MONTANA
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UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
MONTANA
RED LODGE
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Dr. A. H. McFarland
E. P. CONWELL
Lawyer
Osteopathic Physician.
OFFICES: Meyer-Chapman
Building.
Phones; Of nee, 111; Res., 402-J.
Improvement Block
RED LODGE, MONTANA
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H. A. SIMMONS
DR. F. W. SCHWIN
Attorney and Counselor at Law
U. S. National Bank Building
RED LODGE, MONTANA
Dentist
Office: Meyer-Chapman Bldg.
RED LODGE. MONTANA
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Hemstitching and Picoting
NÜ BONE CORSETS
Theresa Opitz
Over Grove Store
Red Lodge, Montana
WEBBER'S GREENHOUSE
FOR
Fresh Flowers, Cut Flowers,
Plants and Floral Designs.
Phone 90-J-2
Room 3,
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See L.P. CHAPMAN 1
JOHN T. HAYS
Lawyer .
For All Kinds of OIL
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TEXACO PRODUCTS
Meyer - Chapman Rank Bü*
RED LODOR, MONTANA
Improvement Block
RED LODGE. MONT.
OFFICE SUPPLIES
Legal Blanks,
Typewriter Paper
Carbon Paper, Typewriter Ribbons,
THE CARBON COUNTY NEWS
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WM. R. NOETZELS MUSIC
STUDIO
MUSIC, MUSICAL INSTRU
MENTS AND SUPPLIES
Agent for the Carl Fischer
Music Co.
Electric Shoe Shop
Expert Repairing, Half Sole«
and Rubber Heela.
CHAS. KOLANDER, Prop,
20 South Broadway, Red Lodge.
FOR SALE
5-Passenger Hudson
Speedster
GOOD CONDITION
For Particulars, Call at News Office
Phone No. 9
or
Answer Please
She: "It is the women who
»»d pay—and pay, you know."
He: "Then tell me why is it that
the men are always broke?"
pay—
I don't know—but I
What Women Talk About
First Cat: ' 'Where is Mr. Peck. I
haven't seen him all evening?
Second Cat: "
suspect he is lost in one of the folds
of his wife's second chin."
LEGAL PUBLICATIONS
SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION
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In the District Court of the Thirteenth
Judicial District of the State of
Montana, in and for the County of
Carbon.
! The Bank of Belfry, a corporation
Plaintiff against George D. Turnbull
and Anna Turnbull, husband and wife;
j H. M. Allen Company, a corporation;
Marshall,
H. A. Marshall and
J husband and wife Defendants.
THE STATE OF MONTANA sends
greeting to the above named defen
dants:
You are hereby summoned to answer
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
mon», 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, dated
December 31st, 1919, made, executed
and delivered by the above named de
fendants, George D. Turnbull and
Anna Turnbull, to plaintiff, which said
mortgage covers and is a lien upon
the following described land situated
in the County of Carbon, State of
Montana, to-wit:
Lots numbered seven, and eight,
Section Twelve, Township Eight South
of Range Twenty-one East; Lots
Two and Three and the Southwest
Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of
Section Eighteen, Township Eight
South, Range Twenty-two East; and
additional Homestead Entry embrac
ing Lot numbered Six Section Twelve,
Township Eight South. Range Twenty
one East and Lot One, Section Eigh
teen, Township Eight South, Range
Twenty-two East, M. P. M., contain
ling 314.49 acres according to Govern- !
ment Survey, together with all and
singular the tenements, hereditaments
and appurtenances thereunto belong- j
ing or in anywise appertaining; 1
and for the further purpose of secur
:r;g judgment upon and enforcing pay- \
ment of that certain indebtedness se
cured by said mortgage. The plain- j
tiff herein is now the holder and own- i
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er of said mortgage and the indebt
edness secured by said mortgage.
Witness my hand and the seale of
said Court this 30th day of June A.
D. 1925.
John G. Skinner, Attorney for Plain
tiff, Red Lodge, Montant.
G. L. FINLEY,
Clerk.
[SEAL]
First publication, July 2, 1925.
Second publication, July 9, 1925,
Third publication July 16, 1925.
Fourth publication, July 23, 1926.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Tornado policies Nos. 22191 to 22200
of the Minneapolis Fire and Marine
Insurance Company of Minneapolis,
Minnesota, have been lost, mislaid or
stolen from the office of Elbert Hymer
at Red Lodge, Montana.
The Minneapolis Fire and Marine
Insurance Company hereby serves
notice that they will not admit of
liability under the above policies.
First publication, July 2, 1926.
Second publication, July 9, 1926.
Third publication, July 16, 1926.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of Paul Bickenbach, De
ceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN By
the undersigned, H. A. Simmons, ad
ministrator of the estate of Paul
Bickenbach, deceased, to the creditors
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
administrator at his office in the
United States National Bank Build
ing, No. 1 North Broadway, Red
Lodge, Carbon County, Montana, the
same being the place for the transac
tion of the business of said estate in
the County of Carbon.
! Dated June 30, 1925.
H. A. SIMMONS,
Administrator of the Estate of Paul
Bickenbach, deceased.
First publication July 2nd, 1925.
j Second publication, July 9th, 1925.
Third publication July, 16th, 1925.
Fourth publication July 23rd, 1925.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I Estate of H. J. Wells, Deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN By
the undersigned, Edward Olcott, Pub
lic Administrator of the estate of H.
J. Wells, deceased, to the creditors
of, and all persons having claims
i ' n8t the said deceased, to exhib
it them, with the necessary vouchers,
within four months after the first
publication of this notice, to the said
| Edward Olcott at his office in the
( Labor Temple Building at Red Lodge, |
being the place for
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EDWARD OLCOTT,
Public Administrator of the Estate
H. J. Wells, deceased.
First publication July 9th, 1926.
Second publication July 16th, 1926.
Third publication, July 23rd, 1926.
Fourth publication, July 30th, 1926.
Montana the
same
the transaction of the business of said
estate in the County of Carbon.
Dated July 8th, 1925.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of John Anderson, Deceased..
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN By
the undersigned, Mary Anderson, ex
ecutrix of the estate of John Ander- j
son ' deceased, to the creditors of, and
u11 P crson8 havi "K claims against the
s " ,d leased, 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, in
the U. S. National Bank Building, No.
1 North Broadway, Red Lodge, Carbon
County, Montana, the same being the
place for the transaction of the busi- j
ness of said estate in the County of
Carbon.
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Mystic Lake in Sitllwater county is j
Dated July 14th, 1925.
MARY ANDERSON,
Executrix of the Estate of John
Anderson, Deceased.
First publication, July 16, 1926.
Second publication, July 23, 1925.
Third publication July 30, 1925.
Fourth Publication, August 6, 1925.
Fifth publication, August 13, 1925.
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Mystic Lake Plant
Huge Construction
The million dollar power plant at
one of the most commendable achieve- 1
men ts credited to the Montana Power !
£ om p an y
G |e country,
atruction. is one of the highest so-i
u v.
called 'high head plants in the North
and this enterprise is an
engineering feat that has no rival in
This new plant, of three years con
west.
The water is turned in from the ;
intake at Mystic Lake and is sent
hurtling through 9000 feet of wood- ^
stave pipe line and hundreds of feet
of steel pipe which feeds the water
wheels at the plant. At the intake the
the pipe line is constructed through
several hundred feet of solid granite
rock and the water is stored to a
depth of fifty feet before being fed
at the entrance of the pipe line. |
The water falls eleven hundred feet
from the intake at Mystic Lake, at a 1
distance of two miles from the power \
plant, to the tailrace of the plant. i
Low"
SW Fares
East or West
Final Limit Oct. 31«t
Round Trip
From Red Lodge
. ...$ 62.00
. .. . 62.00
.. . . 76.00
. . . . 62.00
.... 71.50
. .. . 137.50
. ... 131.56
. ... 134.92
East bound
St. Paul-MinneapoIU
Duluth-Superior . . .
Chicago..
Kansas City..
St. Louis..
New York.
Washington..
Philadelphia .
Westbound
Seattle-Tacoma (Rainier Park)
Victoria-Vancouver .
Portland, Columbia River.
$ 45.60
51.30
48.40
Fast Service daily between Seattle-Portland-Tacoma
Spokane and St. Paul-Minneapoli»-Chicago. Daily
through train» to Denver, St. Louis and Kansas CHy.
M. B. Pay, Agent, Red Lodge, Mont.
Northern Pacific Ry.
"2000 Milet of Startling Beauty"
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ROBERTS ITEMS
Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Wilson
visitors in Boyd Sunday.
were
E<ldie Barr y of Livingston
v 'siting his mother Mrs. Barry.
here
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Esther Wilson is spending the week
with friends in Red Lodge. j
Billie Hegerty of Laurel is spending |
the week with his aunt Mrs. Pat Mon
of__
Splendidly
Ready for Fair
Visitors
Will be The Tenth
Annual
Midland
Empire Fair
BILLINGS SEPTEMBER
15-16-17-18
WITH A
$10,000 Agricultural
Exhibition Hall
An 80x200-foot home devoted
to all county agricultural
hi bits; Crow Indian exhibits;
dairy and honey exhibits, and (
the department for Boys' and ;
Girls' club work; United I
States forestry service, and !
Canadian government display. !
Total floor space of 16,500
ex
square feet.
WITH A—
Greater and Better
Automobile Show
Occupying the entire central
part of the main exhibit build
ing, the most complete auto
mobile show ever held in the
northwest.
WITH AN—
Entirely New Poultry
Department
12,800 square feet of floor
space; reconstructed coops;
by far the largest and best 1
ventilated building devoted to
poultry displays in the state. !
WITH THE—
New Covering Over
Bleachers
Those occupying bleacher 1
seats at this year's fair will !
be just as comfortable and
just as well protected from ]
the weather as those in the !
grand stand.
Nothing Like the Boys' and
Girls' Club Work Ex
hibits ever shown
Before
A wonderful program of four
days and four nights of high I
class entertainment which in- \
eludes free fireworks in the !
evening.
SEASON TICKETS, $1.50
"Montana's Largest Livestock
and Agricultural Exposition"
REDUCED RATES ON ALL
RAILROADS
Bert Hammond, Mgr.
ahan.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bergan motored
Miss Leona Hogan left tor Liv
ingston Monday where she will visit
with relatives.
Ellen Stein who is going to summer
school at Billings spent the week end
with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Emil
Stein.
to Roundup Sunday.
The Misses Velma Hegerty, Ellen
Catherine and Margret Rerden and
George Dirika of Laurel were visitors
in Roberts Saturday evening.
Mrs. Jas. Barry entertains the Altar
society Thursday.
The show given here Wednesday
night proved a great success.
Mr. and Mrs. Wentworth's nephews
are here visiting them from Lewis
town.
The Continental oil station of Rob
erts is ready for use.
The Montana and Dakota elevator is
receiving a new coat of paint.
Miss Mary Hudson and Esther Stein
were Billings callers Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Mansfield and
daughter Lois returned to their home
Friday after spending several weeks
with Mrs. Mansfield's sister Mrs. Ber
gan.
The Ladies Aid gave a picnic down
by the creek Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. Joloen was a business caller in
Roberts Monday.
Miss Sylvia Robertson, Miss Mary
McGothles and Mr. Garry Robertson
were visitors in Roberts Sunday.
A large crowd attended the dance
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they leave the spine. Because of this the kidneys cannot get enough
energy to make them strong.
Chiropractic adjustment removes the pressure and nature
tnakes the kidneys strong.
I will be in my office, Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays; two blocks
east of the Pollard Hotel on corner of Haggin Avenue and
Eleventh Street. Phone 192W. Tuesday, Joliet;
Wednesday, Laurel; Thursday and
Friday, Belfry.
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MUM BY THE Bf D LODGE ELECTRIC CO.
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COLLY BATTERIES
The Watch Dog of Your Car,
Ne w low prices on genuine rubber case Colly
Batteries, to fit all makes of cars.
Effective July 1st 1925.
6-8 Volt II Plate 100 Amp. Hrs to Fit.
FORD
CHEVROLET
OLDSMOBILE
GARDINER ETC.
6-8 Volt 13 Plate 120 Amp. Hrs. to Fit.
STU DEBAR ER
REO
BLICK
H U PM OBI LE ETC.
12-16 Volt 80 Amp. Hrs. to Fit.
DODGE
MAXWELL
FRANKLIN ETC.
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$1700
$2000
$2400
These are the same high quality batteries that we formerly sold for
$22.00, $27.00 and $32.00.
They are all made in solid rubber cases tbe best that money can buy.
Our rigid 18 months guarantee stands back of every battery that we
sell. Over 400 satisfied customers in Carbon county. The first Colly
Battery is still in service. Ask your neighbor—he owns one.
Made in Red Lodge by the
RED LODGE ELECTRIC CO.
here Saturday night given by the
Beartooth Syncopators.
The farmers from around Roberts
are busy this week loading wool.
Mr. B. T. Deeney returned to his
ranc ^ at Reed Point Friday.
Mr. Charles W. Wing was a visitor
in Roberta Sunday.
A large crowd is expected to attend
the animal show here Friday night.
It is reported that John Monahan
has an Irish crew just imported from
Ireland working for him.
Mias Martha Wilson is spending
some of her vacation at the Hill ranch.
Miss Esther and Bertha Wilson and
Leone Bergan and R. C. Luthill motor
ed to Red Lodge Friday night,
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Ed Purdy's Philos
"I told Ed Billows if he was going
up to*the city to see the sights to be
sure and call on my maiden aunt."
Blonde Bess Opines
"I may be dumb—but I am not so
dumb as Dan who thinks a falsehood
is a wig."
Reason For It
adopt the 'early bird' policy and you
will succeed."
Early in life, my son.
Father:
Sonny: "I don't think I better dad.
Only yesterday Betty called me a
poor worm."
A Gold-Digger, eh?
First Cakeeater: "How did you like
that French girl?"
Second Cakeeater;
'Too franc.'

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