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PROCEEDINGS (Continued from page 7) Affidavit of Emily Jaycox of Hins dale presented praying the board for a reduction on assessment from $3128 to $2528. On motion, the assessment of the above is hereby ordered reduced from $3128 to $2528. Affidavit of W. W. Jaycox of Hins dale presented praying the board for a reduction in his assessment. On mo tion, his assessment is hereby ordered to stand as raised by the board of equalization. Affidavit of Dan Jackson present ed to the board that he is assessed on one grade stallion, when he is already assessed on said stallion as a work horse; as said horse has no value as a stallion whatever. On motion, assess ment is hereby ordered reduced to original assessment. On motion, at 12:30 o'clock p. m. board took a recess until 2 o'clock p. m. of even date. PETER A. WEST, Attest: Chairman. C. W. Kampfer, Clerk. At 2 o'clock p. m. August 9th, 1919, board of equalization resumed. All members of board and clerk present. Affidavit of Andrew Rasmussen of Hinsdale presented requesting board of equalization to reduce his assess ment as originally given by him to as sessor. On motion, assessment of An drew Rasmussen is hereby ordered reduced from $9000 to $6220. J. D. Kelly presented his affidavit to the board praying for the reduc tion of his assessment from $8000 to $6880. On motion, assessment of J. D. Kelly is hereby ordered reduced from $8000 to $6880. Affidavit of Peter Maguire present ed praying the board of equalization that his assessment be adjusted to $20 Jier acre for tillable land and on 133 acres of grazing land at $10 per acrs. On motion, assessment of Peter Ma guire is hereby placed at $1630. Affidavit of James R. Stephens pre sented to the board praying for a re duction from the raised valuation of $25,000 to $18,095. On motion, assess ment of James R. Stephens is hereby ordered reduced from $25,000 to $18,095. George Clockson of Glasgow pre sented his affidavit praying that his assessment be reduced to the original value of the property. On motion, assessment of Mr. Clockson is here by ordered reduced from $6400 to $4000. Affidavit of Dan Atkinson of Tam pico presented asking the board of equalization for a reduction . on as sessment from $3000 to $2400, the full and true value thereof. On motion real estate of Dan Atkinson is here by ordered to stand assessed at $2400. Affidavit of Wm. J. Kirkland of • Glasgow presented to the board stat ing that he is the owner of 490 acres of tillable land valued at $20 per acre, and 933 acres of grazing land valued at $8 per acre, or an aggre gate value of $17,264. On motion, as sessment of above is hereby ordered to stand at $17,264. Affidavit of John Dailey of Grain presented stating that he is the own er of 7 head of cattle only. On mo tion, his assessment is hereby order ed assessed for 7 head of cattle. Affidavit of J. S. Stattelar of Hins dale presented praying the board to reduce his assessment on 1047 acres of land from $15,000 to $14,470; also 224 acres of grazing land to be re duced to $8 per acre, or a total of $2,270, and 171 acres of grazing land at $8 per acre, or a value of $1,360. On motion, assessment of Mr. Stat telar is ordered to stand as follows: Page 208, line 36, at $1360. Pag® 208, line 25, at $14,470. C. B. Tanner place, page 224, line 36, at $2272, and improvements can celled. Affidavit of B. F. Adams of Glas gow presented stating that he is as ir The Emporium's Fall Stocks Now Complete Dresses, Suits,Coats Skirts, Blouses,Hats and Shoes are all here ready for your inspection. We in vite your inspection. The most compre hensive line of Ready to Wear in Eastern Montana. Tù Emporium Dry Goods Company sessed for 800 tons of ice, when in fact the capacity of the house is only 400 tons. On motion, assessment of B. F. Adams is hereby ordered re duced from 800 to 400 tons of ice at one dollar per ton. Affidavit of John G. Schultz of Hinsdale presented praying the board to reduce his asessment from $4000 to $3260, which he claims is the full and true value thereof. On motion, assessment of Mr. Schultz is hereby ordered reduced from $4000 to $3260. Affidavit of Wallace Levandoski presented stating that the land involv ed in N% of section 2, township 30 north, range 40 east, containing 320 acres be assessed to Levandosy Bros., and that Levandoski Bros, be assess ed for no more than 2333 head of sheep. On motion, assessment of Wal lace Levandoski is ordered changed from $5000 to $1,700 on real proper ty and the assessment of Levandoski Bros, is hereby ordered changed from $15,704 to $18,904 on real estate and sheep reduced from 2500 to 2333 head. Affidavit of Elmer Cain of Vandal ia presented praying that his assess ment be reduced from $11,745 to $9,330; said figure being the full and true value of the real estate in ques tion, and that the assessment of 8 work horses be cancelled. On motion, assessment of Elmer Cain be reduced to $9330, and that the assessment of 8 work horses be cancelled. Affidavit of J. S. Bauer of Grain presented stating that on March 1, 1919, he was the owner of nine head of cattle and ten head of horses. On motion, J. C. Bauef is hereby ordered assessed at 9 head of cattle and 10 head of horses. Affidavit of Harry Nelson of Grain presented stating that he is assessed for $300 on machinery, that on March 1st, 1919, he was the owner of 1 sulky plow, 1 disk in use for 3 years, and that $50 is the true and full value thereof. On motion, Harry Nelson is hereby ordered assessed on machinery at $50. Affidavit of M. T. Anderson of Nashua presented praying that assess ment of real estate, be reduced from $4000 to $2008 j which is the true and full value of said land. On motion, the above assessment is hereby order ed reduced from $4000 to $2608. Affidavit of James T. Shea repre senting Charles T. Yeatts estate, stat ing that the land in question is whol ly grazing land, and that $1280 for the 160 acres is the full and true val ue thereof. On motion, assessment of Charles T. Yeatts estate, is hereby ordered reduced from $1600 to $1200. At 6 o'clock p. m. August 9th, 1919, board of equalization adjourned until 10 o'clock a. m., August 11, 1919. PETER A. WEST, Attest: Chairman. At 10 o'clock a. m. Monday, Aug ust 11th, 1919, board of equalization resumed pursuant to adjournment of August 9th, 1919. All members and clerk present. Affidavit of Nels Dokken of Glas gow presented praying for a reduc tion of assessment from $12,800 to $10,800, which he states is the full and true value of said land. On mo tion, assessment of Nels Dokken is hereby ordered reduced from $12,800 to $10,800. Affidavit of Herman Flint of Fra zer presented as agent for Kintyre Townsite Co., stating that the full and true value of the 80 acres in volved is $20 per acre or a total of $1600. Oil motion, assessment of Her man Flint, agent for Kintyre Town site Co., is hereby ordered reduced from $2400 to $1600. Herman Kuecks of Grain raised from 4 to 8 head of horses, from 175 to 800 dollars on machinery and from $60.00 to $300 on wagon and harnesses. Communication of Charles M. Daley received and presented to the board. On motion, assessment of Charles M. Daley is hereby ordered to stand as raised, Communication of C. T. Sparling re ceived and presented to the board. On motion, assessment of Ç. T. Sparling is hereby ordered to stand as raised. Communication of James Lenehan received and presented to the board. On motion, assessment of James Len ehan is hereby ordered to stand as raised. Assessment of Martin Halverson, Hinsdale, page 86, line 9, on real es tate, raised from $3200 to $5900. Assessment of Martin Swanson of Hinsdale, page 208, line 2, raised from $5500 to $7200. Assessment of Henry Carpenter of Glasgow, page 29, line 27, raised from $10,200 to $11,520, on real es tate. Communication of Emma Ling and Bertha Ling received and presented to the board. On motion, action of county assessor in case of the above, is hereby approved. At 12 o'clock noon, board of equal ization took a recess until 2 o'clock p. m. of even date. I PETER A. WEST, Attest: Chairman. C. W. Kampfer, Clerk. A Traveling Man's Experience. You may learn something from the following by W. H. Ireland, a travel ing salesman of Louisville, Ky. "In the summer of 1888 I had a severe at tack of cholera morbus. I gave the hotel porter fifty cents and told him to buy me a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy and to take no substitute. I took a double dose of it according to the directions and went to sleep. At five o'clock the next morning I was called by my or der and took a train for my next stop ping place, a well man." (nurch Directory Lutheran. I. O. O. F. Hall. On Sunday forenoon at 10 o'clock the Sunday school will resume its reg ular class work. Children who are not attending any other Sunday school are invited to attend ours. Morning worship at 11 o'clock. At the beginning of the fall season we extend an invitation to you to wor ship with us. All our work is in the English language. Afternoon services: Highland school house at 2 p. hi., Peter Hopstahl's place at 4 p. m., Rose Hill at 8 p. m. A. N. Livdahl, Pastor. Methodist Episcopal. The Sunday school meets at 10 a. m. Preaching service at 11 a. m. Rev. A. D. Kroft will deliver the address. The Epworth league meets at 7:15 p. m. Miss Laura Sherman, leader. There will be no preaching service in the evening. The people are urged to attend some other church service. R. H. Stone, Pastor. Baptist. Morning service and Sunday school at Baptist church Sunday. Evening service given over in order to unite with Congregational people, as this will be the final service Glasgow of the regular pastor. Let us give a good man a right send off. Rev. Wilson. Congregational. Regular preaching services will be held Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, and the evening at 8 o'clock. Services in the country at Grain school house at 3 p. m. These will be the last preaching services held as the pastor leaves for Great Falls the following week to take up the new superintendency. Every one is cordially invited to these meetings. Frank E. Henry, Pastor. WHEN TO WEAN PIGS. At the conference of swine exten sion workers of United States depart ment of agriculture, held recently in Washington, the question of weaning pigs arose. The discussion brought out the fact that in some parts of the country farmers followed the prac tice of weaning their pigs at most all ages from five weeks up. The con clusions reached were that for best results pigs should be allowed to nurse the sow for at least 10 weeks where it is possible to do so. It was decided that it would be still better to allow the pigs to wean themselves. A good suckling sow properly fed should be in a good flow of milk up to the time the pigs are at least ten weeks of age. Without question the mother's milk is the best feed possible to obtain for young pigs. Consequently hog grow ers should take advantage of this nat ural feed to the greatest extent pos sible. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by any one other than myself. VICTOR JELMBERG, Oswego, Mont., Aug. 12, 1919. 16-2tpd SHERIFF'S SALE. Davidson-Hegge Mortgage Company, a Corporation, Plaintiff vs. A. C. Mogan, as Administrator of the Estate of Carl Gunderson, Deceased, Defendant. Under and by virtue of an Order of Sale and Decree of Foreclosure and Sale issued out of the District Court of the Seventeenth Judicial District of the State of Montana, in and for the County of Valley, on the 18th day of July, 1919, in the above entitled ac tion wherein Davidson-Hegge Mort gage Company, a corporation, the above named plaintiff, obtained a judgment and decree of foreclosure and sale against A. C. Mogan, admin istrator of the estate of Carl Gunder son, deceased, defendant, on the 16th day of July, 1919, for the sum of Fourteen Hundred Sixty-eight and 43 100 (1468.43) Dollars, besides inter ests, costs, costs of abstract, attor ney's fees, which said decree was 011 the 3rd day of July, 1919, recorded in Judgment Book No. 3 of said court at page 218, I am commanded to sell all those certain lots, pieces, or par cels of land situate, lying, and being in the County of Valley, State of Montana, and bounded and described as follows, to -wit: The northeast quarter (NE^), the north half of the southeast quarter (N%SE%), and the southwest quar ter of the southeast quarter (SWÎ4 SE14) of section twenty-nine (29); the southwest quarter of the north west quarter (SW'i NW14) of section twenty-eight (28), all in township thir ty-four (34) north of range thirty five (35) east of Montana meridian, situate, lying and being all in the County of Valley, State of Montana, together with all the hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belong ing or in anywise appertaining. Public notice is hereby given, that on Saturday, the 1 Oth day of August, A. D. 1919, at 2:30 o'clock p. m. of that day, at the front door of the court house of Valley County, Montana, I will, in obedience to said order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale, 3ell the above described property, or so much thereof as may be neces sary to satisfy said judgment, with interest and costs and attorney's fees and costs of sale, to the highest and best bidder, for cash in hand. Given under my hand, this 23rd day of July, 1919. C. W. POWELL, Sheriff. By H. H. Seeley, Deputy Sheriff. July 25-Aug. 1-8-15 SHERIFF'S SALE. John W. Shelby, Plaintiff, vs. Harry L. Woodley, L. Madge Nichols Woodley, his wife; P. O. Unumb, A. H. Gregorson, Citizens State Bank of Scobey, a corporation; F. G. John son, Keith Commercial Agency, a Corporation; I). C. Knapp, A. D. Knapp and George Grandell, co partners under the firm name _ of Knapp-Crandell Mercantile Co., Riba State Bank, a Corporation, and Hen ry A. Yotter. Defendants. To be sold at sheriff's sale on Wed nesday, the 20th day of August, 1919, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the front door of the court house in the City of Glas gow, County of Valley, and State of Montana, to the highest bidder for cash in hand, the following described lands and premises, situate, lying and being in Valley County, Montana, and being described as follows, to-wit : All of east half of southeast quar ter of southwest quarter of southeast quarter if northeast quarter of sec tion thirty and northeast quarter of section thirty-one, township thirty, north of range forty, E. M. M., to gether will all tenements, heredita ments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining Dated at Glasgow, Montana, this 10th day of July, 1919. C. W. POWELL, Sheriff of Valley County, Montana. Babcock & Ellery, Plentywood, Mon tana, attorneys for plaintiff. Jul 18-25-Aug 1-8-15 NOTICE OF DATE OF HEARING PROTESTS AND VERIFYING SIG NATURES TO PETITION FOR CRE ATION OF A HERD DISTRICT. Notice is hereby given that the board of county commissioners, at ten o'clock a. m. on the 8th day of Sep tember, 1919, at their room in the court house in Glasgow, Valley county, Mon tana, will hear protests against the creation of the herd district involving the property hereinbelow described and will verify the signatures to the petition for its creation. The boun daries of the proposed herd district, as stated in the petition, are as fol lows: Beginning at a point where the east line of township 37, north, range 45 east, meets the international bound ary line between the state of Montana and the Dominion of Canada; thence south along the east line of township 37 north, range 45 E. M. M. to the southeast corner of said township; thence west along the south line of said township 37 north, range 45 E. M. M. to the southwest corner of said township; thence north along the west line of said township 37 N., range 45 E. M. M., to the southwest corner of section 18 in said township; thence west 6 miles to the southwest corner of section 18, in township 37 N„ range 44 E. M. M.; thence north along the west line of said township 37 N., range 44 E. M. M. to a point where the west line of said township touches the international boundary line between the state of Montana and the Domin ion of Canada; thence east along said international boundry line to the point of beginning, Be organized into a herd district as provided in senate bill No. 33 of the laws of Montana of 1919, and that livestock be prohibited from running at large within the proposed herd dis trict from the 15th of May to the 15th of November, both inclusive of each year, until said district is changed or abolished as-provided by law. PETER A. WEST, Chairman of Board of County Commis sioners. Attest: C. W. Kampfer, Clerk. Aug. 8-15-22-29 SHERIFF'S SALE. Montana Loan & Abstract Company, a Corporation, Plaintiff, vs. Sarah Shobbrook, Charles H. Shob brook, S. H. Hale, Spokane-Wyom ing Oil and Gas Company, a Corpo ration; First National Bank of Saco, Montana, a Corporation; First tSate Bank of Kremlin, Montana, a Cor poration. Defendants, To be sold at sheriff's sale at the front (north) door of the court house, in Glasgow, Valley county, Montana, on the 30th day of August, 1919, at two o'clock p. m., the following de scribed property, to-wit: Northwest quarter of the northwest quarter of section twenty-five, town ship thirty-two, north of range thirty four, East Montana Meridian, accord ing to the official plat of the survey of the said land returned to the Gen eral land office by the surveyor-gen C. W. POWELL, Sheriff, By H. H. Seeley. Aug. 8-15-22. SHERIFF'S SALE. In the District Court of the Seven teenth Judicial District of the State of Montana, in and for the county of Valley. John W. Shelby, Plaintiff. vs. Hilda A. Michael, formerly Hilda A. Nelson; Fred Heising, Farmers State Bank of Glentana, a corpora tion; llellekson Lumber Co., a cor poration; Pioneer State Bank of Glentana, a corporation; John Schulte, and August "E. Michael, Defendants. To be sold at Sheriff's Sale on the 23rd day of August, A. D. 1919, at the hour of 2 o'clock in the afternoon of said day, at the front door of the Court House in Glasgow, Montana, in Vallev county, the following describ ed real estate, situate in Valley coun ty, Montana, to-wit: The west half of the east half We Offer For One Week Five hundred yards of hand some novelty hair bow ribbon at the attractive price of The Yard Mothers who will soon have to buy hair bow ribbon for their girls for school wear will find this sale a saving of at least 10c the yard. One Week Only, Com mencing Monday, Aug. 11 I Lewis-Wedum Company Quality Department Store Service (W%E%), the southeast quarter (SE'/i) of the southwest quarter (SW'/i ) and the southeast quarter of the southeast quarter (SE^SE 1 ^) of section twenty-nine (29), and the southwest quarter (SW J /i) of the southwest quarter (SW',4) of section twenty-eight (Sec. 28), and the north west quarter of the northwest quar ter (NWKNW14 ) of section thirty three (Sec. 33) in township thirty-six (36) north of range forty-two (42) east of the Montana meridian. C. W. POWELL. Sheriff. Onstad & Greer, Attorneys for Plain tiff, Plentywood, Montana. Aug 1-8-15-22 NOTICE OF SALE OF SCHOOL BONDS. Notice is hereby given that in pur suance of a certain resolution duly adopted by the Board of Trustees of School District No. 12 of Valley coun ty, state of Montana, at a special meeting of said board held on the 23rd day of July, A. D. 1919, authorizing the issuance of the coupon bonds here inafter described, the said Trustees will on the 28th day of August A. D., 1919, at three o'clock p. m. at the of fice of the County Superintendent of Schools, in the city of Glasgow, coun ty of Valley, state of Montana, sell to the highest and best bidder for cash nine coupon bonds numbered from one to nine inclusive, of the par value of Two Hundred Fifty Dollars ($250.00) each, aggregating the sum J. L. TRUSCOTT DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE and FARM MACHINERY Agent in Valley and Phillips Counties for Built For The Man Who Wants Good Machinery WIDE DRIVE -T # f DRUM/ TrWctor Q-« J ifeVjiLb.llJt. ...<y 4 •\r es» ■w m m W - V «xV - mm ■// Glasgow Mont. of Two Thousand Two Hundred Fifty Dollars ($2,250.00) bearing interest at a rate not to exceed 6 per cent per an num, payable semi-annually, said bonds being payable in twenty years and re deemable in ten years, and issued for the purpose of purchasing a school site and building a school house there on and for furnishing the same. The said bonds will not be sold for less than their par value, and the Board of Trustees reserve the right to reject any and all bids, and to sell the said bonds at either public or pri vate sale. All bids other than by or on behalf of State Board of Land Commissioners must be accompanied by a certified check in the sum of One Hundred Dollars, payable to the order of the undersigned clerk, which will be forfeited by the successful bid ' H Don't Throw Away Those Old Tires Bring them in and let us make them over for you. A half soled tire will give you many thous ands of miles of extra service. Glasgow Vulcanizing Company Next Door to Postoffice der in the event he shall refuse to purchase the said bonds. All bids shall be addressed to the undersigned clerk of said school dis trict at Glasgow, Montana. MRS. ANNA KNAFF, Chairman. MRS. MAY WEST, MR. D. A. MEEK. Attest: H. C. Foss, Clerk. July 25-Aug 1-8-15-22 The Best Physic. When you want a pleasant physic trye Chamberlain's Tablets. They are easy to take and mild and gentle in effect. They are highly prized by people who have become acquainted with their good qualities. They only cost a quarter.