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BUSINESS-PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY
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O. J. Simmons
ABSTRACTS
J, C. F SIEGFRIEDT
M.D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Bonds
Fire Insurance
TELE. 275-R1
BEARCREEK. MONT.
RED LODGE, MONTANA
"'WilhirtL
Batteries and Service on all makes
TREASURE CITY ELECTRIC
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
E. P. CONWELL
Lawyer
Improvement Block
RED LODGE, MONTANA
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DR. F. W. SCHWIN
Dentist
Office: Meyer-Chapman Bldg.
RED LODGE, MONTANA
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WEBBER'S GREENHOUSE
FOR
Fresh Flowers, Cut Flowers,
Plants and Floral Designs.
Phone 90-J-2
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JOHN T. HAYS
Lawyer
Improvement Block
RED LODGE. MONT.
OFFICE SUPPLES
Typewriter Paper
Legal Blanks,
Carbon Paper, Typewriter Ribbons,
THE CARBON COUNTY NEWS
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WM. R. NOETZEL8 MUSIC
STUDIO
MUSIC, MUSICAL INSTRU
MENTS AND SUPPLIES
Agent for the Carl Flacher
Music Go.
Electric Shoe Shop
bynt Repairing, Half Ba l e s
and Robber Heels.
CHAS. ROLAND ER, Prop.
ÎO South Broadway, Red Lodge.
MAUDE ÉL JENSEN
P. C. PH. C.
Chiropractor
and Swedish Masseur
Offices over Beartooth Jewelry
Phone 46
DR. P. J. SWEENEY
Dentist
Red Lodge
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO
X RAY WORK
Montana
Honrs 9 to 6.
Phone 207.
There's Someone Who
Likes Candy and
you\now who!
And the more you like that
"someone" the more of our
candy you'll take.
We trust no taste of our own
as to candy quality but buy
the best America is selling, sup 1
ported by a name known the
world over for quality.
We sell WHITMAN'S chocolates—and if there are any better
we have never heard of them
All kinds wd combinations and all sites packages.
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ECONOMY DRUG COMPANY
FRANK P. WHICHER
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
Over Red Lodge State Bank
Red Lodge
Montana
Phone 78
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H. A. SIMMONS
Attorney and Counselor at Law
U. S. National Rank Building
RED LODGE, MONTANA
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Hemstitching and Picoting
NU BONE CORSETS
Theresa Opitz
Over Grove Store
Red Lodge. Montana
Room 3,
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See L.P. CHAPMAN
For All Kinds of OIL
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TEXACO PRODUCTS
Meyer - Chapman Bank Bldg
RED LODOI, MONTANA
LEGAL PUBLICATIONS
In the District Court of the Thirteenth
Judicial District of the State of
Montana, in and for the County of
The United States National Bank,
Red Lodge, Montana, a corporation,
Plaintiff against Roy Dabner and
Mamie Dabner, husband and wife,
SUMMONS
Carbon.
Defendants.
THE STATE OF MONTANA
Sends Greeting to the Above Named
Defendants:
You are hereby summoned to ana
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.
The said action is brought to fore
close that certain mortgage, dated
September 17th, 1924, made, executed
and delivered by said defendants to
plaintiff, which said mortgage cover»
and is a lien upon the following des
cribed land situated in the County of
Carbon, State of Montana, to-wit:
The Southwest Quarter of the North
west Quarter of Section Twenty-seven
in Township Three South of Range
Twenty-one East of the Montana Me
ridian, Montana; and the following
described land situated in the County
of Stillwater, State of Montana, to-;
wit: The Southeast Quarter of the
Northwest Quarter, the Northeast
Quarter of the Southwest Quarter, the
North Half of the Southeast Quarter,
the East half of the Northeast Quar
ter, and the Southwest Quarter of
the Northeast Quarter of Section
Twenty-eight in Township Three
South of Range Twenty-one East of
the Montana Meridian, Montana, con
taining three hundred and twenty
acres, together with all tenements,
hereditaments and appurtenances be
longing to said land and said prem
ises; and for the further purpose of
securing judgment upon and enforc
ing payment of that certain indebted
ness secured by said mortgage, to-wit:
thé sum of Two Hundred Forty Dol
lars, as evidenced' by a note, with in
terest thereon at the rate of ten per
cent. per annum from March 17th,
1925, for attorney's fees and costs;
and for such other and further relief
as to the Court may seem just and
equitable, and for a decree of fore
closure of said mortgage; all as more
fully appears in the complaint on file
herein, which is hereby referred to for
further particulars.
Witness my hand and the seal of
said Court this 21st day of November
A. D. 1925.
G. L. FINLEY,
Clerk.
John G. Skinner, Attorney for
Plaintiff, Red Lodge, Montana.
First publication, Nov. 26, 1926.
Second publication, Dec. 3, 1925.
Third publica ton, Dec. 1Ö, 1925.
Fourth publication, Dec. 17, 1926.
[SEAL]
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of William W. Rothwell, De
ceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN By
the undersigned, Administratrix ef
the Estate of William W. Rothwell,
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 Administra
trix at the office of E. B. Provinse,
in the Improvement Block, Red Lodge,
Mont, the same being the place for the
transaction of the business of said
estate in the County of Carbon.
Dated Nov. 24th, 1926.
LELIA STEWART.
Administratrix of the Estate of
William W. Rothwell, deceased.
First publcation, Nov. 26, 1926.
Second publication, Dec. 8, 1926.
Third publication, Dec. 10, 1926.
. Fourth publication, Dec. 17, 1926.
SHERIFF'S SALE
Bankers Loan and Mortgage Com
pany, a corporation, Plaintiff, against
Fred Nelson and Margaret J. Nelson,
his wife, Goldie E. Cowan, as Admin
istratrix of the estate of William A.
Cowan deceased, and Goldie E. Cowan,
Defendants.
To be sold at Sheriff's Sale on the
19th day of December, 1926, at 1:16
o'clock p. m,, at the front door of the
Court House in the City of Red Lodge,
Carbon County Montana, all the fol
lowing described real property, to
wit:
Southwest Quarter of Southeast
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SHARON CHAPMAN
MERRIMAN
Lawyer
Meyer A Chapman Beak Bldg.
Quarter (SWi4SEi4), of Section
Thirty (30), West Half of Northeast
Quarter (WttNEK), Southeast Quar
ter of Northeata Quarter (SE%NE(4)
of Section Thirty-One (31), Town
ship Four (4) South of Range Twen
ty-Three (23) East, containing 160
acres, more or less, according to
United Sûtes Government survey
thereof, situate in the County of Car
bon, State of Montana, together with
the tenements, bered iiaments and ap
purtenances thereunto belonging or in
*nyw;se appertaining.
Dated at Red Lodge, Montana this
24th day of November, 1926.
JOHN ALBERT,
Sheriff.
F. L. Tilton, Atty. for the plain
tiff, Billings, Montana.
First publication Nov. 26, 1926.
Second publication, Dec. 3, 1925.
Third publication, Dec. 10, 1926.
Fourth publication. Dec. 17, 1926.
SHERIFF'S SALE
Virginia B. Ueroy, Plaintiff, against
Thomas E. Roney and Mrs. Themas
E. Roney, hia wife, The Banking Cor
poration of Montana, a corporation,
and Claude C. Gray, as Receiver of the
Banking Corporation of Montana, a
corporation, Defendants.
To be sold at Sheriff's Sale on the
19th day of December, 1925, at 1:10
o'clock p. m., at the front door of the
Court House in the City of Red Lodge,
Carbon County, Montana, all the fol
lowing described real proprety, to
wit:
Lot Three (3), South Half of the
Northwest Quarter (SttNWVi), and
the Southwest Quarter (SW'4), of
Section Two (2); and the Northeast
Quarter of the Southeast Quarter
; M. and containing 320.02 acres, more
] 0 r less.
(NEV4SE14), of Section Three (3) in
Township Four (4) South, Range
Twenty-four (24) East of the M. P.
Dated at Red Lodge, Montana this
I 24th day of November, 1925.
JOHN ALBERT,
Sheriff.
Jones & Jones Atty's for the plain
tiff, Harlowton, Montana.
First publication, Nov. 26, 1926,
Second publication, Dec. 3, 1925.
Third publication, Dec. 10, 1926.
Fourth publication, Dec. 17, 1926.
SUMMONS
In the District Court of the Thirteenth
Judicial District of the State of
Montana, in and for the County of
Carbon.
Albert N. Coombs, Plaintiff, against
Charles F. Dunlap and Agnes Dunlap,
husband and wife, Barnes Brothers,
Incorporated a corporation, Black
Butte Oil Company, a corporation,
Carl L. Englert, P. T. Boehm, Fred
Burnstead and Thomas J. Conley, in
dividually and as surviving partners
with W. H. Culbertson, deceased, Red
Rover Oil Company, a corporation,
Pennsylvania Oil and Development
Company, a corporation, S. A. Say and
Thomas Lochrie and
Lochrie, his
wife if any, Defendants.
THE STATE OF MONTANA Sends
greetings 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
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.
The said action is brought to fore
close and determine the lien of that
certain mortgage made and executed
by the defendants Charles F. Dunlap
and Agnes Dunlap, husband and wife,
of date July 29th, 1918, to Barnes
Brothers, Incorporated, a corporation,
recorded August 3rd, 1918, in Book 23
of Mortgages, Page 328, for the sum
of $1300; which mortgage was there
after assigned to H. O. Pultney Es
tate and thereafter by said assignee
assigned to the plaintiff, who is now
the owner and holder thereof, together
with the note secured thereby;to
cover said sum of $1300 and interest
thereon at 6% per annum from
August 1st, 1920, and interest on de
ferred interest payments, as provid
ed in said note and mortgage; to
obtain immediate possession of the
mortgaged premises after gale; to
foreclose defendants' equity of re
demption in and to the mortgaged.
premises and every part thereof; to
recover $160 for attorney fees and |
$18.40 for abstract; and to sell the;
mortgaged premises to satisfy the ;
amount of the plaintiff's claim; said I
mortgaged premise» are situated ini
Carbon County, Montana, and are I
described as follows: 8WANW% 1
Sec. 36; NttSEM, SttNEtt, and I
EHNW(4, Sec. 84; and SE*SW14,1
Sec. 27, Township 7 South, Ranee
24 East; all of which more parties
re
Urly appears from the verified com
plaint on file herein.
WITNESS My hand and the seal of ;
said Court this 8th day of December,]
A. D. 1926,
G. L. FINLEY,
Clerk, j
[SEAL]
Frank P. Whicher, Attorney for the
Plaintiff, Red Lodge, MonUna.
First publication Dec. 10, 1925.
Second publication, Dec. 17, 1926.
Third publication, Dec. 24, 1926.
Fourth publication, Dec. 81, 1926.
SUMMONS
In the District Court of the Thirteenth
Judicial District of the State of
MonUna, in and for the County of
Carbon.
Ida Sillman Plaintiff against Hugo
Sillman Defendant.
THE STATE OF MONTANA
Sends greeting to the above named
defendant:
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 with.n 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 Uken
against you by default, for the relief :
demanded in the complaint.
The said action is brought to obtain ■
a decree of divorce by said plaintiff I
from said defendant upon the grounds i
of extreme cruelty, in that the defen
dant repeatedly inflicted and threat
ened to inflict grievous bodily injury
and personal violence on said plaintiff, j
and for such other and further relief i
as to the Court may seem just and j
proper, all as more fully appears in
the complaint on file herein, which is '
hereby referred to for further par- j
ticulars.
WITNESS My hand and the seal of j
said Court this 21st day of November, i
A. D. 1925.
G. L. FINLEY, 1
Clerk.
[SEAL]
John G. Skinner, Attorney for Plain
tiff, Red Lodge, Montana.
First publication, Dec. 10, 1926.
Second publication, Dec. 17, 1925.
Third publication, Dec. 24, 1925.
Fourth publication, Dec. 31, 1926.
"Say, Jack you'r an old friend of
the family, did you kiss the bride?"
"Sure, this is my fourth time in
line.'
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•napkins laid aside
-the b i g dinner
(completed — that's
the time to antici
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wishes and pass
around the box of
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arettes.
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Tea sets
Dinner Sets
Bread Boards
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Percolators
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