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PROCEEDINGS (Continued from page 5) to pay the interest accruing hereon promptly when and as the same falls due and also to discharge the princip al hereof at maturity. The faith, credit and all the taxable property within the limits of said county are hereby solemnly pledged for the punctual payment of the in terest and redemption of the principal of this bond, respectively, as the same become due and are payable as afore said. This bond is redeemable at the pleasure of said county on any inter est navment date after July first, A. D. 1930. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, Val ley County, Montana, by its board of county commissioners, has caused this bond to be signed by the Chairman of said board and the county treas urer, countersigned by the county clerk and by him sealed with the corporate seal of said county, and each of the forty annexed coupons to be signed with the engraved facsimile signatures of said officers, the first day of July, A. D. 1915. (SEAL) PETER A. WEST, Chairman, Board of County Commissioners. T. M. PATTEN. County Treasurer. Countersigned: W. B. SHOEMAKER, County Clerk. (Form of Coupon) Coupon No. $27.50 On January 1st, July 1st, A. D. 19—, Valley County, Montana, for value received will pay to the bearer hereof the sum of twenty-seven and 50-100 Dollars in lawful money of the United States of America, at the National Bank of Commerce, in the city and state of New York, U. S. A., being six months' interest then due on its fundine bond, dated July 1, A. D. 1915, Series A, No. PETER A. WEST, Chairman, Board of County Commissioners. T. M. PATTEN. Countv Treasurer. W. B. SHOEMAKER. County Clerk. (Form of certificate to be endorsed on each bond.) STATE OF MONTANA ) COUNTY OF VALLEY I. T .M. PATTEN, the undersigned, do hereby certify that I am the duly qualified, sworn and acting county treasurer in and for Valley County. Montana, and the lawful custodian of the books and records of said office: and I hereby further certify that I have registered the within bond in m yoffice in a book provided for that purpose, as and in the manner re quired bv law. IN TESTIMONY WHFREOF, WIT NESS my official signature. T. M. PATTEN, County Treasurer in p"d Valley County, Montana. Section 9. That each of the bonds hereby authorized shall be signed by the county clerk and by him sealed with the corporate seal of said coun ty, which seal shall be impressed thereon; and each of the 40 interest coupons to be attached to each of said bonds shall be signed and executed by the engraved facsimile signatures of said chairman, clerk and treasurer, and the said officers are hereby au thorized, ordered and directed to cause said bonds and counons to be prepared substantially in the forms, respect ively, hereinabove set forth and to execute the same for and on behalf of said county as and in the manner aforesaid; that after their execution and before said bonds are issued in exchange for the indebtedness afore said, they shall be registered by the countv treasurer in a book kept in his office for that purpose, which shall show each bond, its number, date of issuance, amount, date of maturity, and the name and postoffice address of the partv or parties to whom the same are delivered; and the said coun ty treasurer shall endorse a certificate of such registration upon the reverse side of each of said bonds; that said bonds and each of them, when so re gistered by said treasurer, shall be by him delivered in exchange for the indebtedness aforesaid, dollar for dol lar, and.in such a manner that the principal amount of the indebtedness of the county is not permanently in creased by the issue thereof, but when said bonds shall have been de livered to the party entitled thereto, their legality or the legality of the Ü S M Dont Wait Until Winter r To provide heat for your home. Call and have a talk with me about a good furnace that will heat your house satisfactorily. Mueller furnaces are easy to operate, economical in fuel and furnish the most healthful heat known. Install a warm air furnace and solve the heating problem for good. No expensive repair bills to come later. W. I. Bradley Sheet Métal and Furnace Work ISBSNSBSBSNSHSNSHSBSBBNBHSHBHSHSIIBIISHBHSHSII8IISItSM» indebtedness funded thereby shall not be open to contest by any person or persons, corporation or corporations, I or by said county for any reason what- ! ever. ' J Section 10. That for the purpose of providing the necessary funds to nay the interest accruing on said t bonds promptly when and as the same falls due. and to constitute and main-l tain a sinking fund sufficient for the' discharge of the principal thereof ati maturity, there shall be and there is, hereby levied uDon all of the taxable property of said county, in addition to all other taxes, the following direct annual ad valorem tax, to-wit: ! In each of the years 1915 to 1934, | both inclusive, a tax sufficient to pro- 1 duce the net sum of $7865 in each vear for interest, and also a sum suf- J ficient to provide for the redemption of the bonds as the same becomes due, ' or are called in for payment, accord-1 •ng to the conditions thereof. and said tax when collected shall, by the treasurer of said county, be kept in a separate fund to be known and designated as "Funding Bonds dated July 1, A. D. 1915, interest and sink ing fund", which shall be irrevocably pledged to and used solely for the pay- ' ment of the interest and principal of the said bonds hereby authorized when due, so long as any of said bonds or the interest coupons thereto ap pertaining remain outstanding and un paid: and for greater certainty the board of county commissioners of said | county shall in each of said years. 1915 to 1934, both inclusive, include the bond tax hereinabove levied for such year in the annual estimate for said county for such year, and said bond tax shall in each of said years be certified, extended upon the tax rolls and collected by the same offic ers, in the same manner, and at the same time as the taxes for general countv purposes for said county are certified, extended and collected. Section 11. That on the 15th days of June and December, respectively, in each year, so long as any of the interest coupons appertaining to the bonds hereby authorized to be issued, remain outstanding and unpaid, the treasurer of said county shall and he is hereby authorized, ordered and dir ected to remit by and through the parties receiving said bonds New York draft to the National Bank of Commerce, in the city and state of New York, U. S. A., a sum sufficient to pay the semi-annual interest ac cruing on said bonds on the first davs of January and July, respectively, in eacly^ear, and anv and all escrow '■barges made bv said hank for handl ing said coupons; and on the 15th day of June, A. D. 1935. the said county treasurer shall and he is here-1 bv authorized, ordered and directed, in | addition to the sum required to meet the interest accruing on said bonds as and in the manner hereinabove mentioned, out of the sinking fund created under the provisions of this resolution, bv and through the parties receiving said bonds to remit bv New York draft to the said National Bank of Commerce, in New York, U. S. A..| a sum sufficient to nav the nrincipal amount of all of said bonds then out standing. together with all interest accrued thereon to July 1. A. D. 1935, and anv all escrow charge^made by said bp^k for handling the*same. Section 19. That the chairman and clerk of said board, and the clerk and treasurer, respectively, of said coun ty (or anv or either of them), are hereby authorized, ordered and direct ed to furnish the aforesaid party or parties receiving the said bonds in exchange for said indebtedness with such certificates, transcripts or other documents as will fullv evidence the proceedings had preliminary to the is suance of said bonds, the regularity and sufficiency thereof, and the valid ity of the said warrant indebtedness; and the acts of said officers in the premises are hereby declared author ized, ratified, annroved and confirmed. Section 13. That the provisions of this resolution and each of the fund ing bonds and each of the interest coupons issued pursuant thereto, shall fonstitute and the same are hereby declared to be a binding and irrevoc able contract between said county and the parties receiving said bonds and the holder from time to time of each of said bonds and the interest cou pons thereto appertaining. Section 14. That an emergency is declared to exist and this resolution shall be in full force and effect imme diately upon its adoption and shall be irrepealable until the indebtedness hereby created, both as to principal and interest, shall have been fully paid, satisfied and discharged. Section 15. That all resolutions and orders, or parts thereof, heretofore adopted in conflict with the provisions MONTANA STATE FAIR Helena, Montana September 20 to 25, 1915 Montana's State Fair stands foremost among the fairs and industrial expositions held in the Northwest. This year's fair will be bigger and better than ever. In addition to agricultural, live-stock and industrial exhibits a special program of high-class entertainment has been arranged. Auto-speed kings of the world will compete for valuable prizes and endeavor to break world's records—vaudeville acts, motor cycle races, horse races and several other events, too numerous to mention. SPECIAL LOW FARES Dally September 18 to 25, 1915 have been authorized from Anaconda, Butte, Great Falls, Billings, Lçwistown, Kalispell and all points on the Great Northern Railway in Montana to Helena account this fair. Tickets will be good for return until September 27, 1915. Make your plans to attend this greatest of Montana's State Fairs and take your family with you. Secure tickets and information from your local Great Northern Agent or write to J. T. McGAUGHEY A. G. F. & P. A. HELENA, MONTANA See America Hr\st" ßf EA T N° B >AY C ti&c icr National Park See AmericA \ 6***1 TH** Kl*«# Glacier National Park hereof, be and the same are hereby repealed." (SEAL) APPROVED: PETER A. WEST, Chairman. Attest: W. B. SHOEMAKER, Clerk. The motion being duly seconded by Commissioner Carl J. Anderson, was put to vote with the following result: Chairman Peter A. West Aye Member C. W. Baylor Aye Member Carl J. Anderson Aye No one voted no. And the chairman declared the said motion carried and the foregoing re solution duly and unanimously adopt ed; and the chairman and clerk of said board did then and there sign the said resolution. (SEAL) APPROVED: PETER A. WEST, Chairman. Board of County Commissioners of Valley County, Mon tana. Attest: W. B. SHOEMAKER, Clerk, Board of County Com missioners of Valley County, Montana. 19 Years A /u/s Taken from ZI f] fi the Files of u ^ We Volle V "—* — County Ga zette of Nineteen Years Ago. John Beede and wife returned from their eastern visit Wednesday. T. M. Patten is doing some survey ing for parties at Saco this week. Jas. McNabb the Hinsdale horse fancier, was in town on business Sun day. Clarence Broadbrooks of the D—K outfit, was in town a few days this week. Jas. Stephens left for Culbertson Friday to visit his old friend Doc Smith. W. W. Mabee has been on the sick list this week with a severe attack of quinsy. A notice of the republican county convention and call for the primaries appears in another column. The Home Land & Cattle company will ship a trainload of cattle from Oswego Saturday and another on Sun day. Frank Lemmer, a late acquisition to the cowboy fraternity, gave an open air exhibition to his many friends Thursday morning. He went to ground gracefully for a heavy weight. A twelve pound boy made its ap pearance at the home of Engineer McMahon Thursday evening. He has come to stay. A large number of small stockmen from Saco, Hinsdale and Nashua shipped a train of cattle to the mar kets yesterday. Geo. Dunnell returned from a horse trading expedition on the Canadian border Wednesday. He reports the horse market dull. Dick Freidl left for St. Paul Sun day to purchase his stock of winter woolens and adminster the estate of his deceased mother. Cal Williams has finished putting up all the hay on the Missouri river and Big Muddy at Culbertson and re turned to Glasgow Wednesday. Bob Conatser, the genial and affa ble cook of the N-N ranch at Pear mond, was shaking hands with his numerous friends in Glasgow yester day. Business has so increased and mul tiplied with John J. Kerr, attorney that he has been compelled to place a typewriter in his office to dispatch the accummulating clerical work. Hod Jordan, of Saco, was among the surge on the streets of Glasgow this week. He reports republicans about Saco thicker than horse flies during the harvest season on the hay bottom. Rev. John Martin and brother-in law, Mr. McCormick, left for Fort Benton Monday overland. Mr. Mar tin will take charge of the spiritual welfare of Bentonites and speedily separate the sheep from the goats. Dr. Atkinson of Poplar, attended the examination of Wm. Fisher as to sanity in Glasgow this week. The poor fellow's mind is an absolute blank and he did not know at the ex amination where he was "at." Judge Dubose ordered him taken to Warm Springs. The Great Northern Railway com pany intend replacing the steam pump on the banks of the river with a gasoline engine before snow flies. The work of laying the pipes has al ready commenced. Several other im portant changes in the yards are also contemplated. Current Jollities No. 978,422 The Rector—"What would be your idea of the best way to spread the gospel to the uttermost parts of the earth?" Fair and Frivolous Parishioner— "How would it do to put a Bible in every Ford car, doctor?"—Puck. The Reason Once a year the newsboys of Lon don are given an outing up the Thames river, where they can swim to their hearts' content. As one lit tle boy was getting into the water a friends observed, "Johnny, you're pretty dirty." "Yes," replied Johnny, "I missed the train last year.—Labor Digest. In the Way A farmer was driving home from town rather worse for a few drinks when his horse fell down. The farm er looked at him a moment over the dashboard and then exclaimed: Everything in the Garden's lovely CUERVrHTffer jar lfcGErm*ES A But nothing can be more acceptable to the palate than a choice cooking of our fine vegetables, which we are now offering in great variety. The fresh crispness of these vegetables is a sufficient guarantee of their late arrival from Mother earth. We have them fresh daily in their season, in plentiful quantity and the best quality. WE BUY CATTLE. HOGS i POULTRY Glasg ow Meat Market ELLS BROS. Prop. Highest Cash Price Peii 1er HMes. Pan tad Pelts IH ooppnmMoo 001 "Git up, you old fool! Git up, or I'll drive right over you!"—Mclary's. The Funny Printer Let us all try to console ourselves, when our clients tear their hair over some typographical error, that to err is human—especially to err typogra phically. Some of the finest jokes extant come through the fact that the printer's finger slips. Here are some which, like all others, are funny a long time afterward—never at the time. A Chicago paper, in reporting a political meeting, said that the vast audience rent the air with their snouts. Another Chicago paper reported that the propeller "Alaska" was leav ing port with a cargo of 40,000 bush els of cats. A Buffalo paper, in describing the scene when Roosevelt took the oath of office as President, said it was a spectacle never to be forgotten when Roosevelt, before the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, and a few wit nesses, took his simple bath.—Asso ciated Advertising. Try a Courier Want Ad.