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Official Proceedings of the
Board of County Commissioners
COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS
REGULAR SESSION
October 6, 193!
The Board of County Commission
ers met in regular session, there were
present: J. B. Convery, Chairman;
J. M. Anderson and C. C. Bowlen,
Commissioners; and C. E. Thompson,
Clerk.
The minutes of the last regular
session were read and approved.
Mr. Huddleston appeared before
the Board in connection with the
Elibow Road.
Thos. Traohen was granted a re
quisition for $10.00 until further no
tice.
Messrs. Ross and Merrill appeared
before the Board in connection with
the Carbon County Fair.
A motion was made and seconded
that the Board Instruct the County
Treasurer to carry Poor Fund war
ants as cash on hand until Decem
be, 1931. Motion carried.
The County Treasurer was author
ized to transfer $1500.00 from Coun
ty Unit Sinking Fund to County Unit
Interest Fund.
The following General fund claims
were audited and approved and war
rants ordered drawn for the same:
C. B. Thompson, salary
J. H. Honkala, salary ..
Inez Abrahamson, salary .. 137.60
C. A. Thompson, salary
Geo. J. McDonald, salary
Ted A, Schmitz, salary . 137.50
.. 150.00
.. 187.50
.. 150.00
.. 137.60
.. 150.00
.. 137.60
.. 166.66
125.00
75.00
75.00
120.00
35.00
35.00
$ 166.66
137.50
137.50
166,66
Floyd Gebo, salary ..
John Albert, salary .
James Fairgrieve, salary .
S. T. McCall salary .
C. P. Larkin, salary .
Charlotte Dllworth, salary
Ellabezth Duffield, salary
Hazel Dillion, salary .
E. P. Conwell, salary .
Genevieve, Culbertson salary..
John Donly, salary .
M. B. Hawkins, salary .
C. S. Prater, salary .
E. B, Merrill, Fair appropria
tion ...
Alice Bailey, services .
Carbon Plumbing & Heating
Company, supplies .
Stewart & Brown, counsel
fees, expenses .
H. A. Weaver, coal .
Burroughs Adding Machine
Company, supplies .
Coleman's Cash Grocery, sup
plies ...
Jeffery Hdwe. Company, sup
plies .
Matt Hyvonen, services .
Vocational School for Girls,
care .
E. B. Provlnse, justice fees .... 317.00
Marchant Calculating Machine
Co., Marchant .
Elizabeth Duffield, mileage ....
John Albert, hoarding prison
ers .
Carbon County News, printing
and supplies . .
Safeway Store, supplies .
Frank H. Bowman, services,
'office ..
E. P. Conwell, janitor services 5.00
T. J. Benson, services .
200.00
100.00
7.70
105.00
18.10
8.25
.40
3.70
6.00
42.00
375.00
67.99
80.25
453.82
.57
50.00
8.50
H. Tooley, care .
E. A. Biggcrstaff, supplies .... 1.50
The Foltz Co., supplies .
D. Rosetto, supplies .
Mountain States T. & T, Com
pany, rental, tolls .
No rt hwestern Improvement
Co., lights
John Albert, mileage and ex
penses .
R. G. Martin, coroner service . 6.80
United States National Bank,
rent .
John G. Skinner, legal services
Model Drug Company, supplies
C. E. Thompson, Petty Cash
Montana Childrens Home, care
inmate ..
C. C. Bowlen, commissioner
meeting .
J. B. Convery, commissioner
meeting .
Montana State Tuberculosis
Sant., care .
J. M. Anderson commissioner
meeting .,.
Florence Crittenton Home.ser
vices ...
Florence Crittenton Home.
2.00
1.52
1.75
103.17
24.65
. 151.50
30.00
75.00
31.50
116.44
50.00
32.00
45.60
30.00
38.40
50.00
10.00
care
A motion was made and seconded
to adjourn to meet Tuesday morn
ing at nine o'clock. Motion carried.
J. B. Convery,
Chairman
Attest:
C. E. Thompson,
Clerk.
COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS
REGULAR SESSION
October 6. 1931
The Board of County Commission
ers met in regular session pursuant
to adjournment: all members and
Clerk being present.
The following Poor fund claims
were audited and approved and war
rants ordered drawn for the same:
Nellie Dellarosa, allowance .. $ 10.00
Mary C. Williams allowance
Martha Zan, allowance .
Mrs. Chas. Dix, allowance .
Washoe Trading Co., supplies,
Harris .
Mrs. Lindgren, allowance .
Mary Romiti, allowance .
W. H. Moore, Sr. supplies,
farm .
P, E. Howland, mdse., Rawl
ings .
Solso Grocery, mdse., farm.
OSP .
Severin Homik .mdse., Hoover
Mari Filipini, allowance .
R. G. Martin, burial poor.
Union Meat Company, mdse.,
Hodnik, Sankovich, Dreps,
Potelin, Meskovich. Perintz., 72.50
Frank McCleary, mdse., farm 1.75
S. P, Wilson, mdse., Williams
children .
Maria N. Maki. allowance .
Ben Franklin Chain Store, sup
plies, farm ...
Mrs, J. T. Van Nice, services.. 10.00
Louis Hoffmire, allowance _ 15,00
The Foltz Co., Inc., supplies,
farm .
Edward Herhertz, allowance ..
Emmett & Son. supplies .
M. C. Annin, allowance .
Maurice Howells, allowance ....
Rock Creek Dairy, services ....
Sawyer's Stores, Inc., mdse.,
farm, Leid .
Mrs. Eva Grinoids, allowance..
0(d Town Grocery, mdse.,
farm, OSP .
Bell-Werness, mdse., Grill,
Christopher^on .
Esther McGuire, allowance ....
Sam Pouttinen, allowance .
Safeway Store, mdse., OSP
Bridger Water Company, rent
and water .
Harley Shell Service, gas. farm 1.86
Olcott Wholesale Grocery Co.,
supplies, farm .
Mountain States T. & T. Co..
rental and tolls .
Mattila & Company, sui>plies.
farm .
Dimich & Yellch, mdse., farm,
OSP .
Bloom & Company, mdse.,
farm, OSP .
Olcott Wholesale Grocery Co.,
supplies, farm .
Ralph Christiansen, allowance 7.50
OLD AGE PENSIONS:
Elisabeth Barrett ..
Frank Brown .
A. G. Bennett .
Esther Thompson ..
Edward Ward .
TTa.rv Mcelhatten
A. F. Goff .
John Manner .
W. H. Vines .
Mrs. Matt Hyvonen
Matt Maenpaa .
Mrs. M. B. Dutton .
Etta Hundley .
Lizzie Linton .
Mrs. Wm. Miller .
10.00
10.00
10.00
20.00
12.50
15.00
10.25
10.00
13.81
15.00
10.00
37.50
15.00
10.00
3.93
2.34
15.00
31.97
17.50
10.00
15.00
29.89
10.00
5.15
9*>.00
15.00
10.00
6.58
20.06
4.95
3.70
3.75
41.28
20.00
3.40
10.00
15,00
2*.00
20.00
10.00
7.50
10,00
10.00
10.00
io.no
10.00
15.00
15.00
7.50
12.00
10.00
10.00
Mrs. L. DeBarr ..
Jacob Jacobson
MOTHER'S PENSIONS:
EthH Wink .
Maude Arrington .
Malbel Amundsen .
Hannah Jackson ...
AVendla Aliment .
Lydia Maltila .
Irene Jacobson .
Jennie Kansala ...
Vera E. Stone .
Lilly Black . . .
Emma Rydberg .;.
Rose Jonas .
Mary T. Hanni .
Tekla Kivela ..
Ruthetta Frink .
Sam Mast, allowance .
Mrs. Ross Whittington, allow
ance .....
Imperial Mercantile Company
mdse., Rodoschek .
Louis Tunnlcliff, rent .
Mrs. Minnie Frankovich, allow
ance ._...
Mrs. Levi Bane allowance .
Richard Alberta, services,
farm ..
James Lee, allowance .
Imperial Mercantile Company,
mdse., Grosso, Miaker, Bre
zar .
Allen Black, allowance .
C. H. Cole, allowance .
Imperial Mercantile Company,
mdse., Malaker .
Emil Hietala, allowance .
Northwestern Improvement
Company, coal, lights, farm,
OSP .
Montana Home for the Aged,
care .
R. S. Lynes, allowance .
J. C. Penney Co., supplies,
farm .
Rossetto Daylight Store, mdse.,
farm, OSP .
Coleman's Cash Grocery, sup
plies, farm, OSP .
Guy Pollock, coal, farm .
Gibbons Grocery, mdse., farm 7.37
J. W. Miller, mdse., Lufkin .. 14.25
Mrs. Alex Hynd, allowance .... 15.00
Imperial Mercantile Company,
mdse., farm, OSP .
Oulliok Rovang, allowance .
Star Meat Company, mdse.,
farm. OSP .
Mrs. Myrl Gaston, rent, Kohler
Laura Danford, allowance .
Minnie Shorten, allowance ....
Model Drug Company, mdse.,
farm, OSP .
Dr, E, M. Adams, services on
contract .
Geo. R, Lyda, rent .
Anton Hayha. rent .
Mrs. Myrle Gaston, allowance
W. J. Beans, salary .
Nelma Stppola, salary .
The fallowing Bridge fund claims
were audited and approved and war
rants ordered drawn for the same:
Frank H. Bowman, sevices,
bridge ..
Goldsmith Brothers, supplies
Roberts Elevator Company,
supplies .
Mrs. Dave Andersoh, Cook,
bridge crew .
David Anderson, bridge work
15.00
15.00
30.00
15.00
25.00
25,00
20.00
25.00
15.00
30.00
15.00
IB.00
25.00
15.00
30.00
20.00
10.00
10.00
7.00
7.50
10.00
15.00
10.00
26.40
15.00
15.00
20.25
10.00
13.80
25.00
15.00
2.79
35.15
9.23
7.25
1 00
15.00
19.25
10.00
15.00
30.00
13.20
166.00
5.00
7.00
10.00
125.00
40.00
14,00
10.90
133.50
32.00
38.20
Olcott Wholesale Grocery Co.,
supplies .
Carl Onken. bridge work .
Ren Baker, bridge work ..
H. W. Stoddard, bridge work..
John Craig, hoard, bridge crew
John Craig, bridge work .
Isaac Niemi. bridge plank .
Baldwin Lbr. & Hdwe. Com
pany, supplies .
Jas. R. Stevens, supplies .
Thompson Yards, Inc., plank..
Joe Allen, supplies .
J. S. Haley, culverts .
J. B. Convery, viewing bridges
A motion was made and seconded
to adjourn to meet Wednesday morn
ing at nine o'clock. Motion carried.
3.75
57.40
50.80
37.00
82.60
114.0(1
206.68
29.62
70.00
849.16
34.65
76.68
24.50
J. B. Convery,
Chairman
Attest:
C. E. Thompson,
Clerk.
COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS
REGULAR SESSIO.N
October 7, 1931
■The Board of County Commission
ers met in regular session pursuant
to adjournment; all members and
Clerk being present.
The following bonds of the var
ious Banks of the County deposited
to cover County deposits were exam
ined and approved:
Red Lodge State Bank, Ap
proved in the sum of
Meyer & Chapman State Bank,
Approved in the sum of .. . 36,553.92
United States National Bank,
Approved in the sum of .... 48,788.12
Roberts State Bank, Approved
in the sum of .
Joliet State Bank, Approved
in the sum of .
Edgar State Bank, Approved
in the sum of .
Clarks Fork Valley Bank, Ap
proved in the sum of .
American National Bank, Ap
proved in the sum of .
Bank of Belfry, Approved in
the sum of ....
Quarterly report and monthly re
port of the County Treasurer appov
$42,408.80
20 , 000.00
... 8.817.45
. 9,000.00
5,000.00
5.000.00
. 9,840.00
ed.
Monthly report of the Clerk and
Recorder, approved.
Quarterly report of the Clerk of
the District Court, approved.
Quarterly report of E. B. Provlnse,
Justice of the Peace, approved.
The following Road fund claims
were audited and approved and war
rants ordered drawn for the same:
The Texas Company, supplies..$ 214.37
A. D. Whitcomb Oil Company,
supplies .
Standard Oil Company, sup
plies .
Continental Oil Company, sup
plies .
Farmers Union Oil Company,
supplies .
Frank H. Bowman, road work 124.00
Harley Shell Service, supplies
Montana Coal & Iron Com
pany, supplies .
J. A. McKinley, road work ....
Weavers Transfer, drayage ....
Pat Murray, road work .
Arthur Hagan, road work .
Martin V. Hagan, road work ..
Lyle Hunter, road work .
Harley W. Weydt, supplies ....
Connelly Machinery Company,
supplies .
Bud Newkirk, road work .
Austin Western Road Mch.
Company, supplies .
Bert Keller, road work .
Paul B. Brickman, road work
Roman Crnkovich. road work
Baldwin Lbr. & Hdwe, Com
pany, supplies .
Arthur P. Hagan, road work ..
Hines Motor Supply Company,
supplies .,.
Hines Motor Supply Company,
supplies .
Nels Bjorndal, road work .
Olcott Wholesale Grocery Co.,
supplies, road .
J. H. Clark Motor Company,
supplies, road .
N <> r t hwestern Improvement
Company, supplies, road . 116.55
Ed Soulsby, road work . 150.00
O. H. Baker ,road work . 41.00
Goldsmith Bros,, supplies . 29.45
A. S. Karvonen, road work .. . 40.00
H, E. Jensen, road work . 150.00
Matt Hyvonen. road work . 80.00
Harold Bailey, .
F. P. May, road work .
J. D. Adams Company, sup
plies .
Hall Perry Mch. Co., supplies..
Midland Implement Company,
supplies .
Jeffery Hdwe. Company, sup
pliais .
Jack Hughes, supplies, road
work ..
The R. Hardesty Mnfg, Com
pany, supplies
341.21
35.03
284.87
98.16
19.11
20.76
80.00
.50
4.00
7.35
28.85
894.80
... 2401.30
36.00
15.00
49.50
30,00
68.40
142,99
15.75
185.44
13.50
7.40
18.55
4.12
17.00
1.00
7.94
2.00
76.50
115.51
114.93
15.40
28.10
44.00
John Rankin, road work .
Internationa) Harvester Com
pany, supplies ...
Richard Korpela, road work ....
O. S. Baker, road work .
Ihno Onken, road work .
H. A. Weaver, hauling gravel
Henry Green, road work ..
John Craig, rent .
Louie Peterson, road work .
Walter Cox, road work ..
Hines Motor Company, sup
plies .
Frank McCleary, supplies .
Luttrell Service Station, sup
plies .*.
W. H. Moore, Sr., repairs .
Chas. Long, road work .
Harry Bunn, road work .
Roy Hotchkiss, road work .
Floyd McDaniel, road work ....
C. L. Jones, road work .
Wesley Hash, road work .
Hines Motor Supply Company,
supplies .
Public Garage, supplies .
Humphrey & Larimore, sup
plies .
John Crag, road work .
Orval Boyer, road work .
,1. A. McKinley, road work ....
Otto Pearson, road work .
W. H. Baker, road work ..'.
Ren Baker, road work .
H, W. Stoddard, road work .
Carl Onken, road work .
Bill Ryan, road work .
John Crawford, road work .
Chas. Prigge, road work .
John Senn, road work .
Northwestern Auto Supply Co.,
supplies .
David Anderson, road work ....
A. P. Fish, road work .
J. C. Jensen, road work .
John Guntz, road work .
Carbon Pig. & Htg. Company,
supplies .
1 R. McDaniel, road work .
Laurel Leaf Station, supplies..
Harold Dygert. road work .
Martin Bell, road work .
Art Higbie, road work .
Chas. Schuyler, road work .
John Rankin, road work ..
Kallio & Newell, supplies, re
pairs ... .
Andrew Storle, supplies .
Horace Winkler, road work ....
L. W. Rankin, road work .
Matt A. Bell, road work .
L. L. Huddleston, road work ..
Erick Mattson, road work .
Pearl Gaston, road work .
Lewis Hetland. road work .
Farias Bros., road work .
Ernest Hammond, road work..
Clarks Pork Farmers Tel. Co.,
tolls .
John Rankin, road work ..
Charles Long, road work .!..
Jonas Kungas, road work .
Wesley Hash, road work .
V. A. Hemler, road work .
Wally V. Rom, hauling gravel
John Craig, supplies, .
E. L. Wolverton, supplies, re
pairs .
A. C. Taylor, road work .
E. L. Wolverton, supplies .
Chas. McGeorge, road work ..
Matt Northy. road work .
Sam Samarzich, truck driver..
Gus Onken, supplies, services..
Talmage Sayer Co., supplies ..
Auto Electric Co., supplies ....
Fred Gregory, road work .
C. R. Metz, road work .
J. B. Convery, viewing roads ..
C. C. Bowlen, viewing roads ....
Joliet Garage, supplies .
J, M. Anderson, viewing roads
Harry Crawford, road work ....
19.55
113.00
248.00
mi
27.90
17.00
20.00
105.00
92.50
17.03
2.65
18.35
21.35
27.00
85.00
67.50
57.00
76.00
24.00
27.00
7.88
68.00
54.00
5.dll
63.00
110.00
86.35
44.00
40.00
40.00
13.25
8.00
69.00
31.00
27.02
40.00
156.00
156.00
131.25
6.80
34.00
45.00
122.0
54.0
50.50
100.00
16.00
63.90
19.75
95.00
145.00
18.00
13.00
10.00
98.00
150.00
9.75
4.00
1.65
34.00
95.00
52.00
102.50
171.00
52.65
24.65
1.75
120.00
7.00
132.45
52.00
15.00
16.10
8.10
.68
24.00
34.75
94.00
32.00
8.40
95.70
151.50
Frank Johnson, labor .
Reports of Convery, Anderson and
Bowlen for viewing roads and brid
ges in their districts during the mon
th of September, 1931, approved. Con
very, Anderson anti Bowlen instruct
ed to view and inspect roads and
bridges in their respective districts
during the month of October, 1931,
as they may deem necessary.
Report of W. .1. Beans, Supt. Co.
Farm, approved for September, 1931.
Mrs, Zerby was granted a requi
sition for $10.00 and a load of coal.
Nothing further to come before the
meeting a motion was made and sec
onded to adjourn. Motion carried.
12,00
J. B. Convery,
Chairman
Attest: C. E. Thompson.
Clerk.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of Mary Louise Strong,
deceased,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by
the undersigned, L. A. Marsh, Ad
ministratrix with the Will Annexed
of the Estate of Mary Louise Strong,
deceased, to the creditors of any 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 L, A. Marsh.
Administratrix at the office of the
clerk of the district court at Red
Lodge, Montana, the same being the
place for the transaction of the busi
ness of said estate of Mary Louise
Strong, Deceased, in the County of
Carbon.
L, A. MARSH,
Administratrix with the Will
Annexed of the Estate of
Mary Louise Strong, Deceased.
Dated September 19, 1931.
First publication Sept. 24, 1931.
Fourth publication Oct. 15, 1931.
STATEMENT OF THE OWNERSHIP.
MANAGEMENT,
ETC. REQUIRED BY THE ACT OF
CONGRESS OF AUGUST 24, 1912.
of the Carbon County News publish
ed weekly at Red Lodge, Carbon Co
unty, Montana, tor October 1st, 1931.
CIRCULATION,
STATE OF MONTANA.
COUNTY OF CARBON,
ss.
Before me. a Notary Puplic in and
for the State and county aforesaid,
personally appeared O. H. P. Shelley,
who having been duly sworn accord
ing to law, deposes and says that he
is the Publisher and Owner of the
Carbon County News, and that the
following, to the best of his know
ledge and belief, is a true statement
of the ownership, management, etc..
of the aforesaid publication for the
date shown in the above caption, re
quired by the Act of August 24, 1912,
embodied in section 411, Postal Laws
and Regulations.
1 That the names and addresses
of the publisher, editor, managing ed
itor. and business managers, are:
Publisher— O. H. P. Shelley, Red
Lodge, Montana.
Managing Editor— O. H. P. Shelley,
Red Lodge, Montana.
Business Manager,— E. B. Shelley,
Red Lodge, Montana.
2. That the owner is: O. H. P.
Shelley. Red Lodge, Montana.
3. That the known bondholders,
mortgagees, and other security hold
ers owning or holding 1 per cent or
more of the total amount of bonds,
mortgages, or other securities ara; J.
A. H. Hopkins, New York City, N. Y.
4. That the two paragraphs next
above, giving the names of the own
ers, stockholders, and security hold
ers. if any, contain not only the list
of stock holders and security holders
as they appear upon the books of the
company but also, in cases where the
stockholders or security holder ap
pears upon the books of the company
as trustee or in any other fiduciary
relation, the name of the person or
corporation for whom such trustee is
acting, is given; also that the said two
paragraphs contain statements em
bracing affiant's full knowledge and
belief as to the circumstances and
conditions under which stockholders
and security holders who do not ap
pear upon the hooks of the company
as trustees, hold stock and securities
in a capacity other than that of a
bona fide owner: and that this affiant
bits no reason to believe that any oth
er person, association, or corporation
has any interest direct or indirect in
the said stock, bonds or other sec
urities than is so stated by him.
O. H. P. SHELLEY,
Publisher and Owner.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 5th day of October, 1931.
H. P. CASSIDY,
My commission expires March 8, 1933
(SEAL)
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N THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL DIST
RICT OF THE STATE OF MON
TANA, IN AND FOR THE COUN
TY OF GABON.
In the Matter of the Estate of
William White, Deceased,
NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL
Pursuant to an order of said Court,
made on the 13th day of October 1931,
notice is hereby given that Tuesday
the 10th day of November, 1931, at
one o'clock p. m., of said day, at the
Court Room of said Court, at the
Court House in the County of Car
bon, has been appointed as the time
and place for proving the Will of
said William White, Deceased, and
for hearing the application of Mar
garet White for the issuance to her
of Letters Testamentary, when and
where any person interested may ap
pear and contest the same.
Dated October 13th. 1931
C. P. Larkin,
Clerk.
First publication Oct. 15, 1931.
Third publication Oct. 29, 1931.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL DIST
RICT OF THE STATE OF MON
TANA. IN AND FOR THE COUN
TY OF CARBON.
In the Matter of the Estate of
E. A. HEARE, Deceased.
NOTICE OF THE SALE OF
REAL ESTATE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
pursuant to an order of said court
made on the 22nd day of September,
1931, the undersigned executrix will
sell at private sale in one parcel or
separate parcels to the highest bid
der on the terms and conditions here
inafter mentioned and subject to con
firmation by said court, on and after
the 17th day of October, 1931. all the
right, title and interest of the said
estate in and to the following des
cribed real estate, to-wit: the land
owners' royalty, to-wit, twelve and
one-half percent (12%%) royalty in
terest. or so much thereof as can be
sold, said oil and gas royalty being
and lying in, under, and contained in
and produced and saved from the fol
lowing real estate situated in the
County of Carbon, State of Montana,
described as follows, to-wit:
The Northwest Quarter; the North
Half of the Southwest Quarter, of
Section Fourteen: the Northeast
Quarter of Section Fifteen; ail in
Township Six South of Range
Nineteen East, M. P, M„ and ail
that portion of the South Half ol
the Southwest Quarter of said
" Section Fourteen lying on the
North side of the County Road
and described as follows: Begin
ning at the Northeast corner of
the SE14 of SWVi, Section 14,
Township 6 South, Range 19 East
of the Montana Meridian, thence
South 54 degrees 23 minutes West,
298 feet; thence South 41 degrees
17 minutes East, 159 feet; thence
South 49 degrees 6 minutes West,
233.3 feet; thence South 26 degrees
30 minutes West, 814.5 feet; thence
North 35 degrees 54 minutes West,
522 feet; thence North 50 degrees
33 minutes West, 488.8 feet; thence
North 73 degrees 29 minutes West.
796.5 feet; thence North 50 degrees
2 minutes West, 169 feet: thence
North 30 degrees West, 116.5 feet
thence Bast 2294 feet to the point
of beginning. containing 68.04
acres in said last described piece
of land.
Terms and conditions of sale: Cash,
ten percent of the purchase money
to be paid at the time of the bid and
the balance upon confirmation ol
sale by the court,
must be in writing and may be left
with said executrix at her residence
in Red Lodge. Montana, or her at
torney at his office in Rod Lodge,
Montana, or may be filed in the of
fice of the Clerk of said Court at Red
Lodge, Montana, at any time after
the first publication of this notice and
before the making of the sale.
Dated this 24th day of September,
1931.
All bids or offers
ETTA HEARE,
Executrix of the Estate ef
E. A. Heare, deceased.
John G. Skinner,
Red Lodge, Montana,
Attorney for Executrix.
First publication October 1, 1931
Third publication October 15, 1931
Charter No. 9841, Reserve District No. 9
REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE
United States National Bank
;pt. 29th,
of Red Lodge, in the state of Montana, at the close of business onS(
1931.
RESOURCES
41,0,615.42
527.90
236,750.00
319,046.07
19,800.00
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Loans and Discounts ...
Overdrafts ..-...-.
United States Government securities owned .
Other bonds, stocks and securities owned . ••■■•••••■■■
Banking House, $16,000.00; Furniture and fixtures, $3,300.
Real estate owned other than banking house.
Reserve with Federal Reserve Bank ..
Cash and due from banks ...—
Outside checks and other cash items .
Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from
U. S. Treasurer ..
15.715.82
46,863.45
58,129.03
376.20
3,000.00
.$ 1,110,323:89
TOTAL
LIABILITIES
$
80,000.00
20 , 000.00
17,194.98
60,000.00
2,404.96
221,554.09
719 , 169.86
Capital stock paid in .
Surplus . .
Unklivided profits—net .
Circulating Notes outstanding ...-.-—..
Due to banks, including certified and cashiers checks outstanding
Demand deposits .-—
Time Deposits .-.— .—•
.$ 1,110,323.89
TOTAL .
STATE OP MONTANA
County of Carbon,
I. H, P. Cassidy, Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear
that the'above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
H. P. CASSIDY, Cashier.
ss.
Subscribed a'id sworn to before me this 10th day of October, 1931.
JOHN O. SKINNER.
Notary Public for thç State of Montana, Residing at Red Lodge. Montana.
(SEAL) My commission expires May 12. 1932.
Correct—Attest:
WM. LARKIN
C. E. BELTZER.
THOMAS NORTHY,
Directors.
NEW PLANE FIELDS
FOR NAT. FORESTS
Missoula, Mont, Oct. 13.—(UP)
—Four additional landing fields
will be located in or near national
forests according to an announce
ment by Maj. Evan W. Kelley, re
gional forester of district No. 1.
The use of planes for the rapid
transportation of men and equip
ment thoroughly proved its worth
during the fire season just ended,
Major Kelley said.
The fields will he located on the
South Fork of the Flathead river.
Landing fields now make it pos
sible for the forest service to move
supplies to Big Prairie and Hol
brook. Two new fields are to be
built at Black Bear and Basin,
Landfields are being placed at
strategic locations, and will take
the place of seldom used and ex
pensively built roads. Fields fur
ther leave the area as primitive
as possible and discourage the sort
of traffic which results in file
spread.
Aerial fishing parties will not
be permitted the use of landing
fields in some areas, as it would
result in the depletion of streams.

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Beavers Stop Water Wheel.
Wellsboro, Pa., Oct. 14.—(UP)
—A water wheel installed for
electric power at the Old Mill
Pond was blocked within two
hours by a colony of beavers. The
beavers carried sticks and mud to
the mouth of the intake providing
the wheel with its water power
and blocked it effectively.
THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL DIST
RICT OF THE STATE OF MON
TANA, IN AND FOR THE COUN
TY OF CARBON.
In the Matter of the Estate of
FRANCES A. HARNEY, Deceased
NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL
Pursuant to an order of said Court,
made on the 2nd day of October, 1931.
notice is hereby given thnt Tuesday
the 27th day of October. 1931, at 1:30
o'clock p. m., of said day, at the
Court Room of said Court, at the
Court House in the County of Car
bon, has been appointed as the time
and place for proving the Will of
said Frances A. Harney, Deceased,
and for hearing the application of
Frank W. Lyle for issuance to him
of Letters Testamentary, when and
where o*v person interested may ap
pear and contest the same.
Dated October 2nd, 1931,
' C. P. LARKIN.
Clerk.
John G. Skinner.
Red Lodge. Montana.
Attorney for Petitioner.
First Publication October 8. 1931
Third publication October 22, 1931
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
THE ROBERTS STATE BANK,
at Roberts, in the State of Montana,
at the close of business September
29th. 1931,
RESOURCES
Loans and Discounts .
Overdrafts .
U. S. Government Bonds
Other Bonds, Warrants and
Stocks .
Stock in the Federal Re
serve Bank .
Banking House, Furniture
and Fixtures .
Other Real Estate .
Cash on Hand and Due
from Approved Reserve
Banks .
$ 239,440.88
1,765.90
36,000.00
1,031.45
NONE
4,500,00
17,819.00
15,633.52
$ 315,190.75
$ so.noo.no
10 , 000.00
1,045.72
TOTAL ..
LIABILITIES
Capital Stock Paid in ....
Surplus Fund ..
Net Undivided Profits ....
Individual Deposits Subject
to Check .
Cashier's Checks ,
Time Certificates
posit .
Bills Payable Without Col
lateral ..
Bills Payable With Collat
eral .
67.371.74
290.05
of De
183,483.24
8 , 000.00
15)000.00
.$ 315,190)75
TOTAL .
State of Montana,
County of Carbon, ss.
I, C. E. Hudson Cashier of the
above named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to
tile best of my knowledge and belief.
C. B. Hudson.
Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 12th, day of October 1931.
Emil Heikkila,
(SEAL)
Nlo ta it Public in and for
the State of Montana, re
siding at Roberts.
Commission expires Feb.
6, 1934.
My
Correct Attest
Albert Budas,
Caleb Duncan
Directors.
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Loyal Order of Moose
Red Lodge Lodge No. 1454
No. 36
I. 0.0. F.
Meets on first and third Wednes
day of each month in the Rosetto
hall. Visiting brothers welcome.
TED SCHMIDT, Dictator.
JOHN J, CASTAGNE. Sec.
Meets every Thursday night 8 o'
clock. Odd Fellow-Pythlan Temple.
Visitors Welcome
Chas. K. O. Flnska, N. G.
JOHN PETERS, Sec'y.
J. C. F. SIEGFREIDT, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Telephone 77, Red Lodge, Mont.
Telephone, 275-R-l, Bearcreek,
Montana
E. B. SHELLEY
Notary Public
Phone No. 9
Montana
Red Lodge
JOHN G. SKINNER
Lawyer
United States National Bank
Building
E. P. CONWELL
Lawyer
Improvement Block
Red Lodge
Montana
Montana
Red Lodge
WEBBER'S GREENHOUSE
For Fresh Flowers,
Cut Flowers, Plants and
Floral Designs
Song Birds
Phone 90-J-2
H. A. SIMMONS
Attorney and Counselor at Law
United States National Bank
Building
Montana
Red Lodge
O. J, SIMMONS
Abstracts
DR. K. KOSK1
Chiropractor
115 S. Broadway
Res. Phone 113 Off. Phone 176
Red Lodge
Budas Bldg.
Bonds
Fire Insurance
Montana
Red Lodge
Montana
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SCHEDULE"A"
General Lighting and Appliances, Metered Service, Available
for Residence and Business
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10c per Kwh.
91/aC per Kwh.
. 8 (/ 2 c per Kwh.
V'/zC per Kwh.
,.6 !/ 2 c per Kwh.
.6c per Kwh.
.5c per Kwh.
First 25 Kwh.
Next 25 Kwh.
Next 50 Kwh.
Next 100 Kwh.
Next 100 Kwh.
Next 100 Kwh.
Additional Kwh.
MINIMUM MONTHLY BILL, $1.25
HEATING AND COOKING SERVICE
First 200 kilowatt hours per month @ 3%c per Kwhr.
Next 3,800 kilowatt hours per month @ 2%c per Kwhr.
All additional kilowatt hours per month @ 2c per Kwhr.
Minimum rate $1.25 per month.
Power motors under 10 horsepower, charging storage bat
teries, advertising signs, rate 5 cents per kilowatt hour, min
imum rate $1.25 per month.
To guarantee payment of bills a deposit is i'equested for the
amount of an estimated 45 days' bill. Interest will be paid on
such deposits at rate of six per cent, where deposits are he'd
for a period of six months or over. For non-payment of bills,
violation of rules or regulations or fraudulent use of current we
are authorized by Public Service Commission regulations to dis
continue service and make a charge of $1.00 for re-connection.
Settlemen tof accounts is requested within ten days from date
bill is rendered.
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