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BUSINESS-PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY r O. J. Simmons ABSTRACTS J. C.FSIEGFRIEDT M.D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Bonds Fire Insurance TELE. 275-R1 BEARCREEK, MONT. RED LODGE, MONTANA kc ''Willard" Batteries and Service on all makes TREASURE CITY ELECTRIC SERVICE 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 j/ TS UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS RED LODGE MONTANA r E. P. CONWELL Lawyer Dr. A. H. McFarland Osteopathic Physician. OFFICES: Meyer-Chapman Building. Phones: Ofnce, Ill; Res., 402-J. Improvement Block RED LODGE, MONTANA ll nJ ff H. A. SIMMONS DR. F. W. SCHWIN Attorney and Counselor at Law Dentist Office: Meyer-Chapman Bldg. RED LODGE, MONTANA U. S. National Rank Building RED LODGE, MONTANA J/ Hemstitching and Picoting WEBBER'S GREENHOUSE FOR Fresh Flowers, Cut Flowers, Plants and Floral Designs. Phone 90-J-2 NU BONE CORSETS Theresa Opitz Room 3, Over Grove Store Red Lodge. Montana (L r See L. P. CHAPMAN JOHN T. HAYS For All Kinds of OIL — and — TEXACO PRODUCTS Meyer - Chapman Bank Bidf. RED LODGI, MONTANA Lawyer Improvement Block RED LODGE, MONT. OFFICE SUPPLIES Typewriter Paper Legal Blanks, Carbon Paper, Typewriter Ribbons. THE CARBON COUNTY NEWS WM. R. NOETZELS MUSIC STUDIO MUSIC, MUSICAL INSTRU MENTS AND SUPPLIES Agent for the Carl Fischer Music Go. Electric Shoe Shop E xper t Repairing, Half Soles and Rubber Heels. CHAH. KOLANDER, Prop. SO Sooth Broadway, Red Lodge. * MAUDE S. JENSEN P. 0. PH. C. Chiropractor and Swedish Masseur Offices ortr Ecartooth Jewelry Phone 45 DR. P. J. 8 WEEN ET Dentist Red Lodge Montana SPECIAL ATTENTION TO X RAY WORK Hours 9 to B. Phone 207. "IN LEGAL PUBLICATIONS <s> ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE In the District Court of the Thirteenth Indicia) District of the State of Montana, in and for the County of Carbon, In the Matter of the Estate and Guar dianship of Elma Prinkki, Eugene PflnkU, Emil Prinkki, Eljas Prinkki, Erlnnd Prinkki and Elsa Prinkki, Mino». Breed« Prinkki Hyvonen, the Guar dian of the persons and Estate of Prinkki, Eugene Prinkki, Emil Prtakki, Eljas Prinkki, Erlund Prinkki, and Elsa Prinkki, Minors, Hdf FM Be al i J and filed herein her reriAai petition praying for an bar to borrow the sum of $7B00.00, or such lesser sum as the Court shall deem necessary wherewith to pay certain debts of said estate, and for the purpose of secur ing payment of such debt to mortgage the interest of said minors in and to the following described real estate situated In the County of Carbon, State of Montana, to-wit: The South Half of the Southeast Quarter of Section Fourteen; The North Half of the Northeast Quarter of Section Twenty-three all in Town ship 6 South, Range 20 East, M. P. M., containing 160 acres; also «11 water rights, water, ditches and canals appartenant to said land or used in connection therewith, including 1B6 inches of the waters of Rock Creak decreed to Katherine Feeley, as of July 10, 1898, and an undivided one fourth interest in and to that certain ditch known as the Feeley Ditch, and I'1 other ditch rights conveying said water to said lands; IT IS ORDERED; That all per-1 sons interest in said Estate, appear 2^T3| Red Lodge, Montana, on the 24th day of November, 1925, at one o'clock P. M., of said day, and then and there show cause why the prayer of said petition should not be granted, and the interests of said minora In and to real estate be mortgaged, as prayed for in said petition. For all further particulars of said petition, reference is hereby made to the same as now on file in this Court. Done in open Court this 20th day of October, 1926. O. F. GODDARD, District Judge. Frank P. Whicher, Attorney for Pe titioner. First nublication Oct. 22, 1925. Second publication, Oct. 29, 1925. Third publication Nov. B, 1925. Fourth publication Nov. 12, 1925. Fifth publication, Nov. 19, 1925. SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION In (he District Court of the Thirteenth Judicial District of the State of Montana, in and for the County of Carbon. Emma Kristine Kerckel plaintiff against Gustave Kerckel defendant. THE STATE OF MONTANA SENDS GREETING TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT; 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 herewith 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 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 dis solve the bonds of matrimony exist ing between plaintiff and defendant and that plaintiff obtain a decree of divorce from said defendant upon the grounds that uninterruptedly for more than one year last past, the above named defendant, disregarding the solemnity of his marriage vow, wil fully and without cause, deserted and abandoned the plaintiff and ever since has and still continues to so wilfully and without cause desert and abandon said plaintiff and to live separate and apart from her, without any sufficient cause, or any reason, and against her will and without her consent; and to obtain the custody of the minor chil dren of said marriage, to-wit, Emma Kerckel, Amos Kerckel, Elinore Ker ckel, Lillian Kerckel, Willie Kerckel, Elsie Kerckel, Marjorie Kerckel, Evelyn Kerckel and Carl Kerckel; and for such other and further relief as to the Court may seem just and proper, all as more fully appears in the Complaint on file herein, which is hereby referred to for further par ticulars. WITNESS My hand and the seal of said Court this 3rd day of November A. D. 1926. G. L. FINLEY, [SEAL] First publication, Nov, B, 1926. Second publication Nov. 12, 1926. Third publication Nov, 19, 1926. Fourth publication Nov. 26,1926. Clerk. Surgeon Operates on Train; Saves Life Cincinnati, Ohio, Nov. 8.—Removal of a button from the windpipe of a 6-year-old girl, while on board a Bal timore & Ohio train today, marked the successful termination of a race with death begun early this morning. The child was Ellene Sinnett, of Hainsville, W. Va. She was being rushed to this city where a specialist waited to remove the obstruction. Informed that the patient had be come worse while enroute, the surgeon met the train at Winton Place and performed the operation in the bag gage car. Ellene was recovering at a local hospital tonight. In pioneer days in one of the west ern states an Englishman, an Irish man and a Scotchman were found guilty of murder and sentenced to death, but were allowed to decide the manner of death for themselves. The Scotchman promptly chose to be hanged on an ash tree, the English man chose an oak, but Pat said: "If you plaze, your honor, I'd rather be hung on a gooseberry bush." "That's not big enough," said the judge. "Begorry, thin," replied Pat bright ening up, "I'll wait till it grows," PHILIPPINES WILL EXHIBIT AT SESQÜ1— BRAZIL BUILDING OF PORTUGESE DESIGN ' Wood, GOVOFUOr Of I SlätluS, Will SlipCf vise Shipment to Philadelphia of Fine Display, -U. 19. AmbaSSEuOr Hl KlO Will hpaTC IÎO EiX ncnæ 6n its ShOWiltfiT at ExpOS'tioil-V ETIOIIS ^ ° , State*.to Appoint Commissions, I'hiladelphia, Nov. 9—The most complete Philippe exhibit ever ar ranged will be an attractive feature of the Sesqufcontennial International Ex position, according to a communica V - „ . tion from General Leonard S. Wood, Governor of the Philippine Islands, to Colonel D. C. Collier, Director-General CbaraeterisMc products of the is! ands, partieuUrly their principal ex ports, wifif be included in the official exhibit, pn whjch $12,000 will be ex pended and which will be forwarded and displayed under the direction of General Wood. Numerous articles made by Filip pinos, including fine needle work, for which the women are famous, will be seen in individual exhibits in the pal of Liberal Arts and other build of the Sesqni. I ace ings. Brazil's Building Ornate Brazil will erect an ornate building of Portugese Colonial design to house its comprehensive exhibit at the Ses quicentennial International Exposition, according to an official report for warded by Edwin V. Morgan, United States Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary at Rio de Janerio, to Secretary of State Kellog. The Ambassador's communication which also announced receipt by the Brazilian Government of documents forwarded by the Sequicentennial Ex hibition Association of Philadelphia and their transmission to the Min ister of Agriculture, says in part:— | "I have the pleasure to report a j long conference with the Minister of. Agriculture regarding Brazilian par-1 tieipation in the said Exhibition, which will undoubtedly be on a generous i scale. In addition to an appropria tion of 2,000 centos (about $250,000) 1 for the authorization of which Con gress has been asked, the Federal Government is prepared to request further financial assistance, if such should become necessary. States Will Exhibit "A commission of five members will soon be appointed, as well as a larger general committee, and the said Minister " has addressed a cir cular telegram to the Presidents and Governors of all the Brazilian States, requesting them to appoint a State commissioner which shall assume the charge of an active propaganda for a full display of characteristic pro ducts of each State. "The Minister's telegram states that the Federal Government wishes to avail itself of an exceptional occa ^ Soft Water ^ From Every Faucet No more need for cisterns or pumpe! A Wayne Water Softener will give you an abundance of clear, clean, soft water from every faucet in your home, at full city pressure. Soft water is not a luxury—it is a real economy. It saves linens and laundry supplies •—it makes bathing and shampooing more delightful—it is better for cook ing and drinking. Come in today and let us tell you all the advantages of Wayne-soft Water. See a Wayne Water Softener in oper ation. It will be well worth your time. No obligation and well give you a sample free. RED LODGE PLUMBING & HTG CO. Henry Albert, Prop. Phone 75 see PS) OOMINAL RATE Water Softeners 1 sion to make a practical and extensive display of those produeb.. ojf BrasU | which are most suitable for exports-1 tion, and to distribute gratis to Exhi-> bition visitors small samples of those . . „ . . . „ products accompanied by a desenp tiye phamplet in the English lan guage." Tbe government and people of Bra j| hold in high esteem Colonel D. C. Collier, Director-General of the Sea U icentennial, who was United States Commissioner to the Brazillian Expo-! jt, on held in 1922-1923. The ties of friendship then formed have Strength ened with the passing of years. Two Cablegrams Colonel Collier recently received cablegrams from Dr, Miguel Calmon, Guest Her Age? J I ■ i 1 ; ' i i 1 * \ : Whuevaf aha appear« a«k Um country—ha* through »■real youth la Ike anhjeet of Caaston. 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In Aukland, New Zealand, a city of 160,000 inhabitants, street cars are not permitted to carry more passen gers than can be seated.