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THE CIRCLE R ANNEE
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Consolidation of McCone
County
Pioneer With The Circle Banner
Ben M. Lars*», Owner
and Lut) Its her
Piibiistied every Friday at
L i rcée.
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Entered as second-class matter Nov.

A7th, 1914, at the post office at C truie,
AdoiMfeMLtUKler the Act of a,i&V 9
ÖüttöLiiiPTlUN KATJbib
Ong Year _
- $ 2 . 0(1
tin McCone County;
One Year..».
$ 2.60
(Outside McCone County)
Advert! aeog lüttva on Application,
OFFICIAL PAFEK McCONF COUMI
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OFFICE OF COUNTY COMMISSION
ERS OF McCONE COUNTY,
MONTANA, AT CIRCLE
OCTOBER 2ND, A. D.
a ♦ q on a ». u ,
At 9:30 A. M. the hoard of county
commissioners met in regular ses-.
sion pursuant to Section 4462, Revised
Codes of tUe State of Montana, for
the year 1922. Present. Thomas Hors
ford, chairman, Robert Lindh and Lei
bert Rnoaus, members, and Jesse F.
Lawe, county clerk. The meeting was
duly proclaimed by the sheriff; the
minutes of the previous meeting were
read and approved.
: -J2J.
Beginning at the south-east corner
of section 36, township 20, range 49,
thence norm on the range line a dis
tance of 6 miles to the north-east cor
ner of section 1, township 20, range
49, thence east on the township line
a distance of 2 miles to the south-east
corner of section thirty-six, township
21, range 49, thence north on the
range line 3 miles to the north-east
corner of section 24, township 21,
range 49, thence east on the section
line a distance of 6 miles to the north 1
west corner of section 19, township
21, range 49, thence south on the !
section line a distance of 9 miles to
the south-west corner of section 33,
township 20, range 49, thenc e east on !
The board of county commissioners
of Dawson Cojinty, Montana, in regu
lar session September 6th, 1922, hav
ing disolved joint school district No.
95, on motion the boundaries of school
district No. 95 are established' as fol
lows:
the township line a distance of 4
miles to the south-east corner of sec
tion 36, township 20, range 49, the
place of beginning, and to b e known
as School District No. 95.
The officers reports for the month
of September 1922, were read, and on
motlon approvtd and ordered filed.
Auditing of claims occupied the at
ten tion of the board the remainder of
the forenoon. The hour of noon having
board reconvened all members and
clerk present. Auditing of claims oc
copied the attention of the board the
remainder of the afternoon. The hour
of 5:00 P. M. having arrived, on mo
tion the board adjourned until 9:39
A> M .
October 3rd', 1922
At 9:30 A. M. the board met pur
suant to yesterday's adjournment; all
members and clerk present. Auditing
of claims and road matters occupied
the attention of the board the remain
der of the forenoon. The hour of noon
having arrived, on motion the board
recessed until 1:30 P. M. At 1:30 P.
M. the board reconvened; all members
and clerk present. Auditing of claims
occupied the attention of the board
the remainder of the afternoon. The
hour of 5:00 P. M. having arrived, on
motion the board adjourned until 9:30
A. M.
October 4th, 1922.
At 9.30 A. M. the board met pur
suant to yesterday's adjournment; all
members and clerk present. Road and
bridge matters occupied the attention
of the board the remainder of the fore
noon. The hour of noon having
rived, on motion the board recessed
until 1:30 P. M.
At 1:30 P. M. the board reconvened
all members and clerk present. The
contract and bond of Cook & Robin
son, of Frazer, Montana, for th e clear
of timber
I
brush from the
right of way for road No. 17, in town
ship 26, range 44, was read, and on
motion approved and ordered filed.
Road matters occupied the attention
of the board the remainder of the af
ternoon. The hour of 5:00 P. M. hav
ing arrived, on motion the board ad
journed until 9:30 A. M.
October 5th, 1922.
At 9:30 A. M. the board met pur
suant to yesterday's adjournment; all
members and clerk present.
On motion Henry L. Goodwin, Is
hereby allowed the sum of $250.00, for
right of way for Road No. 17 and No.
30, crossing sections 24 and 25, town
ship 26, range 43.
On motion Anna L. Bartch, Is here
by allowed the sum of $26.00 for
right of way for Roads No. 17 and 30,
in section 24, township 26, range 43.
On motion the following were duly
appointed as judges of the General
Election to be held In the various pre
cincts of McCone County, Montana on
November 7th, 1922:
Precinct No. 1:
August Hameleau, Herman Meeves
and Fred D. Hensen, Union, Montana.
Precinct No. 2;
C. G. Potter, Glen Ingram of Wat
kins, Montana and J. H. Koch of
Brockway, Montana.
Precinct No. 3;
Nyties S. Larson, Emil P. Nelson
and Kingman Hedstrom of Watkins,
Montana.
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Precinct No. 4;
L. J. Haglund of Watkins, Montana
and J. H. Vest Victor LaJPine of Paris,
Montana.
Precinct No. 6.
Harold Wangen Geo. D. Senter and
Wilbur Hesser of Brockway, Montana
Precinct No. 6;
C. B. Loudon, J. L. Pickett and Ü.
M. Hilstad of Circle, Montana.
Precinct No. 7:
C. L. Baldwin, H. R. Reinemer and
G. M.- Gilbert Circle, Montana.
Precinct No. 8;
John Meyers, Harry Gilbertson and
Elvln Huseby, Circle, Montana.
I Precinct No. 9:
A. G. Pardis, Chris Melger and
( Elias Wendt, Brockway, Montana.
Precinct No. 10;
J. D. Levalley, John Vejtasa and
j Leonard Sergent, Paris, Montana.
Precinct No. 11:
[ Rufus Morris, W. B. Davis and H,
E. Crooker, Paris, Montana,
Precinct No. 12:
W. C. Hoffman, Joseph Kudena of
Circle, Montana, and Roy LaRowe of
Horse Creek, Montana.
Precinct No. 13:
Oscar Lee, Frank Groh and Oscar
W. Anderson of Circle, Montana.
Precenict No. 14:
George C. Jones, Anna J. Sauer of
Redwater, Montana and Robert Adrian
of
p rec inct No 16'
I B. F. Childress, Hamblin, Montana,
and Frank H. Nerud and Albert Foun
tain of Circle, Montana.
Precinct No. 16:
, A. G. Slme, R. J. Gardner and T. F.
McGurren of Weldon, Montana,
Precinct No. 17
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I Precinct No, 18:
o. R. Funk, 'circle, Knute Wahl,
Weldon and Adolph Njaa of Circle,
Montana,
Precinct No. 19:
John T. Romlne, Norris K. Bolce
and James Woodley of Weldon, Mon
tana.
Eddie Bjorge, Hamblin, L. H. Sor
ley and Hugh St. John of Paxton,
Montana.
Precinct No. 20;
P. Schillingen, E. S. Chamberlain
and S. D. Hudiberg of Vida, Montana.
Precinct No. 21:
Matt O'Leary, N. E. Lloyd and
Thomas Clark of Hamblin, Montana,
P rec l nc t No. 22;
Ernest Carlson, Amos Shrader and
Charles E. Lang of Prairie Elk, Mon
p ana '. , _ T no
23 ' _
_ , D. Odegaard, David L. Miller and
e f -^seland of Bonin, Montana.
Pr ® cinct 24: _
A John McCausland and
j~' , Dunn, of Patfonhill, Montana,
lr e c i° c t No. 25:
„ Henry L - Season and
c,eorge M - Busse, Prairie Elk, Mon
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Pr ® ci ° ct 26 •
H 'u E '»?° I îi nars of Band Breel£ > an d
^', Maus '. Ray Ha sestad of
jp"',™?.' Montana,
P mow'
1 „ aR ®^ 9 : N ® fzger ' > chas
p-ecinrt No* «g** Montana '
Frecinct No. 28.
Be ° rge Dowse Emil C. Olson
'. in< Henry Diedrlch of Riverside, Mon
p" a ', t No 2q .
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wal^J % Wiilan »V p t
in ' * P plar ' Montana -
C - M - Martinsen ' R -sell Harmon,
Aherns of Wolf Point ' Moa '
Prpf . inpt
p! " maii V„u „ T v
B rL iff3- N nf w °, bö p Pu f 1 ^ b ° and L.
No S ' Montana '
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Henry E. Pipal, Calvin McNeil of
Wolf Point and Ray Long of Oswego,
Montana.
Precinct No. 33:
Fred McCune, John G. Soper and
Noel R. Banks of Oswego, Montana.
Precinct No. 34:
James Twitchell, A. C. Farmer and
Leon A. Hewitt of Frazer, Montana.
Precinct No. 35:
Wm. S. Kirkland of Frazer, Mon
tana and George H. Young, J. A. Vail
of Hay Coulee, Montana.
The hour of noon having arrived,
on motion the board recessed until
1:30 P. M. At 1:30 P. M. the board

reconvened; all members and clerk
present. Road and bond matters oc
cupied the attention of the board the
remainder of the afternoon. The hour
of 5:00 P. M. having arrived, on mo
tion the board adjourned until 9.30 A.
M.
October 6th, 1922
At 9:30 A. M. the board met pur
suant to yesterday's adjournment.
Present: Thomas Horsford, chairman
Delbert Rhoads, member, and Jesse F.
Dawe, county derb. Commissioner i
Lindh being absent.
next week)
Subscription Renewals Appreciated
ALIAS SUMMONS
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
SEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRlot
OF THE STATE OF MONTANA,
IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF
McCONE.
HOME SAVINGS AND STATE BANK I
a corporation, j
Plaintiff.
ARTHUR I. PEDERSON AND ALMA
PEDERSON, his wife, FIRST St ATE
BANK OF WOLF POINT, a corpora
tion, and HENRY H. KNUTSON,
Defendants. |
THE STATE OF MONTANA SENDS
GREETING TO THE ABOVE NAMED
DEFENDANTS.
You are hereby summoned to an
swer the complaint in this action j
which is filed in the office of the
Clerk of this Court, and file your an- I
swer and serve a copy thereof upon
the plaintiff's attorneys within twenty
days after the service of this sum
nions, 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 for the
purpose of foreclosing a certain real
estate mortgage, made, executed and
delivered by the above named defend
4rti " 1 pede ™" " d A1 " a
VS.
Pederson, his wife, to the First State
Bank of Wolf Point, a corporation,
which said mortgage was duly record
ed in the office of the County Clerk
unu Recorder of Lawson County, Mon
tana, on the 23rd day of November, A.
L. iyiü, at 2: ■10 o'clock P. M., of said
day, in Book B-39 of mortgages on
page 033 thereof; and that said mort
gage was duly transcribed from the
records of the County Cierk and Re
corder of Lawson County, Montana,
to the records of the office of the
County Clerk and Recorder of Mc
Cone county, Montana, where the
same is now on file and of record,
and which mortgage was thereafter
duly assigned to the above named
plaintif who is now the owner and
holder of said mortgage; and which
said mortgage covers the following
described real property:
Lots One (1) and Two (2), South
half of the Northeast
(S^NEy*)
(SE^f of Section Four (4) Town
ship Twenty-two (22) North of
Range Forty-nine (49) East of
the M. P. M.,
and for the further purpose of recov
ering from the defendants the prin
quarter
Southeast
quarter
10 per cent from December l, 1921;
$y0 with interest at 10 per cent from
Lecember 1, 1918; $90 with interest
at the rate of 10 per cent from Lec
ember 1, 1919; $90 with interest at 10
per cent from Lecember 1, 1920; $y0
with interest at the rate of 10 per
cent from Lecember 1, 1921; taxes in
the sum of $126.20 with interest at 10
per cent from October 15, 1922, at
torneys fees, abstract of title fees,
filing notice of lis pendens and costs
of suit, all of which more fully appears
from the plaintiff's complaint on file
herein reference to which is hereby
made.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
said court this 13th day of November,
A. D. 1922.
(SEAL)
C. F. CAMPBELL, Clerk.
HILDEBRAND & WARREN,
Attorneys for Plaintiff, Olendive,
Montana.
First publication Nov. 17th, 1922.
THE VALLEY MEAT MARKET
Fresh and Home cured Meets always on hand
Mall Order* wffl receive eer careful Attention
Home Made Sausaffe
Home Made Lard
Masser & Klaus, Props., Circle
.... ... . ,
We wil1 furnish shipping cops for shipping alive or barrels for shipping
dressed—Write for them
Poultry Wanted
40c
We are paying for Fancy Fat Dry Picked
TURKEYS
30c for them Alive
Turkeys and Chickens wanted alive or dry picked. Dry Pick them
yourself. We furnish full directions how to kill, pick, pack and ship. Write
for free booklet "How to Dry Pick Poultry."
Ducks Geese and
CHICKENS ALSO WANTED
WE ARE NOW PAYING DIRECT
FROM YOUR FARM TO OUR
CREAMERY
Cream
Mandan Creamery & Produce Co.
Mandan, N. Dak.
50c
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Remember:
THIS' BANK WOPKS ON THE SOUND THEORY OF COM
PENSATION. BY KEEPING OTHERS WE HELP OURSELV
ES. STRENGTH, COURTESY, STABILITY, SECURITY AND
EFFICIENCY HAVE MADE THIS BANK WHAT IT IS.
A Good Bank For Everybody
AND A HOME BANK FOR HOME PEOPLE
—INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS—
OFFICERS
A. A. SORG, Vice President
A. W. EYNON, President.
MAX LEHMAN, Cashier.
G. M. GILBERT, Ass't Cashier,
The Bank That Treat« You Right'
B. £. TAGGART
'The Live Wire Auctioneer"
BONDED AND LICENSED
Give Us A Trial.
We Guarantee
Satisfaction
Leave order at Banner Office
Me Personally.
Or see
Dr. B. S. Rundle
Physician and Surgeon
CIRCLE. MONT.
Dr. A. F. Robson
DENTIST
Call on me if in need of denta
SERVICES
Office over Masser-KIaus Meat Market
Circle, Montana
Mason Knapp
Licensed Auctioneer
Wäll Cry Sates in any part
of the County, on Cojwmis
sfoa or by spenml arrange
ment* with the Owner.
Circle, Mont.
Touch with oil tl.t- e tor ends oi i.
ribs of your umbrella.
mfUng and ruining of the materials,
gare that you use only a very little
however
This prevcMu
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of August Fratzke, deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the under
signed F. C. Massar, Administrator of
the Estate of August Fratzke, deceas
ed, to the creditors of and all per
sons having claims against the said
deceased, to exhibit them, with the
necessary vouchers, within 4 months
after the first publication of this no
tice, to the said Administrator at the
law office of Homer A. Hoover, same
being the place where all business
matters pertaining to the above nam
ed estate may be transacted.
Dated at Circle, Montana this 24th
day of October 1922.
F. C. MASSAR,
Administrator of the estate of Aug
ust Fratzke, deceased.
First publication Oct. 27th, 1922.
ALIAS SUMMONS
iN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
SEVENTH Judicial jjibiiuui
OF THE STATE Ok' MONTANA,
IN AND kUR THE COUNT* UF
McCONE.
CiAC'iuuLE W. CARLETON,
Plaintiff,
vs.
WILLIAM H. BAWDEN AND MAG
uiki uaWJJEN, his wife, and E. L.
HANKINS,
Détendants.
THE STATE OF MONTANA
UrltEETTNCS TO THE AbOvUi i-naivi
EL LEFENLANS, AND TO La un w
i «EM;
lou are hereby summoned to an
swer the complaint in tnis action
wmcn is filed in the office of me
cieiK. oi tüis court, a copy of wnicü is
Herewith served upoa one of you
in eacn county wherein any of you
reside, ana to file your answer and
serve a copy thereof upon the piain
tirf s attorneys within twenty days
aiter the service of this summons, ex
clusive of the day of service, and in
case of your failure to appear or an
swer, judgment will be taken against
you by default for tüe relief demand
ed m me complaint.
Plaintiff sues to foreclose a mort
gage on the
East one-naif of the southeast
quarter (E>2bE^t), soumwest
quarter of the soutneast quarter
(»Vvy*BE^4), and the soutneast
quarter of me soutnwesi quarter
(£>Ey40Vv^4) ia section twenty
nine (29), me nortneast quarter
(NE (4) and tne east one-nalt of
tne nurmwest quarter (E^N Wy*)
in öectiou mirty-iwo (32>, in
Towusnip twenty-six (26), North
Range liny (5t i) East of me Mon
tana Meridian, and containing
four Hundred acres more or leas
according to me Government sur
\ey tuereof, togemer wim ail me
tenements, Hereditaments and ap
purtenances tnereunto belonging,
and the reversions, remainders, rents,
issues aud profits mereot, also any
and ail water ngntp, vva.i,ei uutu»
aud water easements, thereunto be
longing or in any wise appertaining
mereto, given by me deteuuants Wil
liam H. Bawden and Maggie Bawden,
nis wile, to me PHelps-Eastman Com
pany, a corporation, to secure the pay
ment ot tneir certain first mortgage
note iu me sum ot three mousand
(3069) dollars with interest thereon
at six per cent per annum from May
t6, tat i; mat on me lorn day of k en
ruary, 1921, the said Phelps-Eastman
uompany sold and 'delivered the first
mortgage note and unpaid coupons
and transferred and assigned tne said
mortgage to plaintiff herein, and
piamtitt now is tne owner and hold
er ot me said tirst mortgage note, un
paid interest coupons ana mortgage,
tiaid lirst mortgage note Has not been
paid, nor any part thereof, nor Uas
any interest tHereou, nor any part
mereot, except mat me interest coup
ons due October 1, 1917, October 1,
1918, October 1, 1919, and October 1,
1929, nave been paid. Judgment is
asked tor the sum of three thousand
(3999) dollars with 12 per cent in
terest thereon per annum, tor me
sum of one hundred eigûty (189) dol
lars with interest mereon from Octo
uer 1. 1921, at 12 per cent per annum,
tor me sum of $i2.00,paid lor abstract
title, sum
neys' lees, for the usual decree tor
me sale oi said premises by the Sher
iff, and that the proceeds of said sale
may be applied in payment of the
amount due to me plaintiff; and that
the détendants William H. Bawden
a nu m^m Bawden, m S wife, an d a u
persons claiming from or under them,
subsequent to the execution of said
mortgage upon said premises, either
as mortgagees or otnerwise may be
barred and foreclosed of all right,
claim or equity of redemption in said
and execution against the said de
tendants, William H. Bawden and
Maggie Bawden, his wife, for any de
ficiency which may remain after ap
plying the proceeds of said sale to the
satisfaction of said judgment, that the
plaintiff or any party to the suit may
become a purchaser at such sale, and
that certificate of sale be Issued by
the sheriff and the purchaser let
into possession in the manner provid
ed by law, for plaintiff's costs and
disbursements incurred in and by
reason of tbis action, and for such
other and further relief as to the
court may seem equitable and just, as
will more fully appear by th e verified
complaint filed herein, to which refer
ence is hereby made.
Witness my hand and the seal of
said court this 9th day of September,
1922.
ninfntiff
Krst publication Oct 27tll, 192»
(SEAL)
C. F. CAMPBELL, Clerk.
SANDLIE AND MILLS,
Malta, Montana, Attorneys for the
E. F. M. HEIBE,
Circle, Montana
Range, McCune, Dry
Ash and Tnssler
Creeks.
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C. A. LANT2
Circle, Montana.
Range GYP Oreek
and Redwater.
F. C. MASSAR
Circle, Montana
ÄfBHorses left thigh.
Cattle same brand
&on left hin.
Rufw» Monts
P.O. a.ddre«9
Pari*, Mont.
Range Nelson «.
AO
Horses
Same brand also on cattle, left tup
■ eft thigh
on
ArkSur G. Pwiou
>5
P. O. address
Range Big Dry wetd
tributaries
mouth Timber «r.
Other brands | o>n both jaw«; J J
on right shoulder.
Forman address, Paris, Mqai.
Ralph WhMoek
L. A. Lininttjud & Sob
P. O. addrew
ClrtJe. Moot.
Range 8k«#« k>
Buffalo Spring «r.
Cattle same brand
Right ribs
A Bewstad D f $50.00 will be paid lor
kifor.raatiosn leadfoig to conrictlo« of
my party shooting or ill-treating
«ray stock with above brand.
ALBERT HARMS
P. O. address
Circle, Mont
Range Redwator
McCtme creek
Cattle eame brand
left ribs
JOHN BOYLE
Circle, Mont.
B
Brand 'on left J aw on
horses. Same on lef
ribs on cattle
. Range between U ajrbe
ry and Stony But to.
Jack Mucphj
P.O. addjpeas
Clroie, Mont.
Range oa Modems
and Dry Ask ere.
Cattle same hnwnd
on ngbt ribs.
Stun (Juden
S Oirri« Her tana
Cottonwood
and on right jaw
Cattle also branded u on right fibs
LOUIS ABELIN
Circle, Montana
■ Range Redwater A
N| Mayberry.
LJ* Horses same brand
■"■"left shoulder
BrKof Njra
P. O. address
Cirole, Mont.
Range Red water
Mayberry craak
Cattle same brand
on lafl hip.
Subscription Renewals Appreciated
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