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WASH ING.T ON
Pay Less For It and Get It Fresher.
PEACHES, per box.... 2--- - -------- -
PRUNES per bo, 2------------------- 0
PEARS, per box ...........--------------------- - 2.50
APPLES, per box .-------------- ------- 25
ý L +Jý pr o -------k--------- -- - ------- - .G
CAR WILL BE
At Westby, Mont., Oct. 2-34
At Dooley, Oct. 5-6-7
UNLESS SOLD OUT BEFORE
DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY TO GET
GOOD FRUIT AT A LOW PRICE.
W. G. CAMPBELL, Grower
A... A-T... "
J.A. Johnsonr"
PLENTYWOOD, MONT.
Blue Bell Shirting, per yard, . .23
Percales, per yard, -. . .20
Men's and Ladies' Brown Heather .6
WoQl Hose, .
Men's Wool Union Suits, . $2.50
Men's Sheep Skin Lined Overcoats;: 10.00
70x80 Heavy Wool Blankets, $100so
Other Blankets down, per pair, to $2.40
Men'TWool Sport Coats '.ýer art $4.oo
Boys' Coats, same as above, at $2.50
When your list of Fall and Winter Wants
is ready, call and
LET US FIGURE ON IT
We have the best equip
ped line of Drugs and
Accessories in Northeast
ern _Montana
At The
Plentywood Drug
HuIge Sluggling
Ring Discovered
WINES, WOMEN BROUGHT INTO
U. S. BY WAYOF CUBA, SAID-
USE SMOCl WEDDINGS.
Washington, Sept. 26.-:IliL
of European wines into tothe United
States from Cub, surr tptious ' ~
muri ng teinpowrily in the waters o
the Florida soast f large
of liqu6r by "international bogteg
gers," and qk marriags de d
to ensure eotry into this cofm
woflrn barred by ifnmmigration las,
form the basis of' a eubabitto
to Sreta7*ry aii o
+ .+.:. ,++.+ why +: ' + +-i. = "e +. +++++, ° . .
Husband said tdday, is the most com
prehensive review of smuggling con
ditions ever prepared by immigration
officials and is expected to be consid
ered by .the treasury, labor and agri
cultural departments in .connection
with the proposed oordination of bor
der p.trol forces.
Governemnt iniestigators, by diree
tion of Mr. Esband, visited Jackson
'ie tampa, .Miami, Ta ro n Spng,
Key West and Ra a na. `They; 'fl ed
t isaid, with tie *UA of the
smggxitg `n us"n talked with
alien of every who sought
"eentry . e dataed
_thae ineit of federl aets to
Poles, Roumanians, Russians and
Chinese.
The report states that the favorite
method of gaining entry to the
United States frqm Cuba for certain
alien women has been for them to en
alized American citizens, who for
ter into "'fake" marriages with natur- ti
certain considerations, go through -v
mock ceremonies and bhen accompany S
their "wives" to some Florida point. F
Frequently, it is said, obliging "bride
grooms" have been paid as high as f
$200 for their part in the scheme.
The principal smugglers in Havana, I
the investigators declare, do not con
fine their activities to smugglingi
aliens intolthe United States, but also
handle whisky and narcotics. The ma
jority of the leaders are said to be
naturalized Americans.
McELROY
Threshing has progressed -aapidly
the past week, though some field:; are
slow on account pf the great amount
of straw that has to be put through t
the machine. The bulk of the wheat ,
aveagres from twenty to thirty bush- ;
els. Once in a 'while a field runs ov'er
thirty. O. M. Lutnes had one field
yield thirty-three bushels. Carl Ebel
"ng had a field yielding thirty-five and
Peter Kelson had one also yielding
thirty-five.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Welch and
children spent Sunday attending he
picic at Miller's Lake east of Westby.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar, Olson made a
trip to Ambrose the last Sunday re
turning the same day.
Mrs. Helmer Hansen Sunday last
entertained her brother, E. N. Strand
and family from Ambrose and her
sister, Mrs. B. O. Solheim and family
from Dooley. Miss Alma Strand, who
has been visiting at the Hansen home,
for a time, returned to Ambrose'with
her parents.
Tom Brockley's nephew a-compa
nied by some other men arrived to
help finish threshing.
Miss Ella Rack, a sister of Mrs.
Andrew Espen, left for Madison, Wis.,
September 14th. Miss Back had spent
her summer vacation sightseeing in
{te west. She spent three weeks vis
iting her sister here.
Miss Josie Dunsdon of Edgeley,
N. D., is a member of the teaching
force at Dooeyl. She spent a day
here at the home of her brother, H.
L. Dunsdon, before entering upon her
school duties.
Mrs. Julia Ueland has been a guest
at the H. L. Dunsdon home recently.
She has also spent some time at Doo
c and at Gutlook.
Mr. Decker and sons ,and (eo. Ep
ter of Dooley were duck hunting in
this community Sunday last.
Olson, the garage man, of Westby,
made a business trip to the Dunsdon
farm Wednesday.
Rev. Theo6: aberg has resigned
from his.charges here and h/ accept
ed a charge at Wildrose, N. D. He
D!ans on leaving soon.
Arthur Gentz, World War Veteran,
who helped to shock on the Dunsdon
farm, has returned to his home in
Minneapolis.
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Ueland and
'laughter and Mr. and Mrs. Karl Hov
! nd and children and Mr. Elwood, of
Outlook, and Miss Margaret Roach
of Comertown were Sunday visitors
at Uzeepus farm.
Fans P. Christofferson of
Froid Died Wednesday
Froid T'ri bune" Fr.vva-on with
whom he was acquainted will he sor
ry to learn of the sudden and unex
nected death of Hans P. Christoffer- i
oen of this place which occurred Wed
nesday night of this week from asth- t
mIa with which he has been afflicted
for the past twenty-five . years. He!
suffered a bad spell beginning last:
Sunday and slept peacefully away oni
Wednesday night.
Mr. Christoffersen, since coming to
Froid about three years ago has
made a host of friends who deeply
sympathize with the sorrowing fami
ly in their bereavement. The depart
ed was 53 years of age at the time
of death.
Funeral services will be held this
Sunday afternoon from the residence
at 2 o'clock and from the Norwegian
Luth. church at 2:30. Interment will
be made in the Froid cemetery.
ALIAS SUMMONS
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
TrIE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL DIS- 1
TRTCT OF THE STATE OF MON
"PANA. IN AND FOR THE COUN- ]
T'V OF SfrERIDAN.4
THE UNION CENTRAL LIFE IN
SURANCE COMPANY, a corpora
tion, Plaintiff,
vs.
DELBERT D. WELLS, and MRS.
MAUDE - WELLS. husband and
wife. and HENRY GRAY and MRS.
HENRY GRAY, husband and wife,
Defendants.
THE STATE OF MONTANA Sends
4'reetings to the Above Named Dc
lendants:
You are hereby summoned to ans
'-er the co'mDlaint in this action which
i. filed in the office of the clerk of
this court, and file your answer and
e'rve a copy thereof jupoii the plain
tiff's attorney within twenty days af
ter the service of this summons, ex
-lusive of the day of service; and in
'ase 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 ob
taiin a Judgment for principal and
interest, attorney fees, -cot of ab
stract, and costs of suit,. and to se
cure a Decree of Foreclosure fore
closing the interest, iequity of re
- demption. and clam iof the defend
ants and all :ersons claiming an in
terest in or lien ~ sgi t .ertain land,
i i Sheridan County, 1Montana, ned to
a obtaInther relief as will more par
ticularl#; apar from the-a lainttf's
t complait on file herein to which comr
nalaint refernce: is,:h reby made for
nmor partic lar ent a. to the
nature of the ' . sapid aish
l - WI SSbyhaband and seal of
,said V this 28th day of Septem
ber1 O.N
(COUIT) . C~ B. ar TE tON,
.i.:.:':: ..-"..:'-:
L GAL NOTICES
ALIAS SUMMONS
In t e District Court of the Twen
tieth udicial District of the State of
Month a, In and For the County cf
Sherid n.
HOM STEAD STATE BANK, a cor
per tion, Plaintiff,
vs.
DEN IS J. FLORA and NELLIE J.
FL RA, his wife: M. C. EGAN and i
EDI H EGAN, his wife; H. N.
ST VERUDE and EMMA STUV
SRU.DE, his vwife; and MALLE
ABLE STEEL RANGE MANU
FAd,TURING COMPANY, a cor
poration, Defendants.
THlE STATE OF MONTANA sends
greetings, to the above named defnnd
ants, and toeach of them.
You are hereby summoned to ans
wer the complaint in this action which
is filed in the office of the Clerk df
this Court, a copy of which is here
with served upon one of you in each
Count wherein any of you reside,
and t file your answer and serve a
copy hereof upon the plaintiff's attor
ney ithin twenty days after service
of this Summons, 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.
This action is to foreclose a real es
tate iortgage dated October 13, 1917,
executed by Dennis J. Flora and Nel
lie J. Flora, to plaintiff, to secure a
$1o00000 first mortgage niote, together
with the interest thereon. cove"ing a
one-acre tract. or land adjoining the
townsite of Homestead, Montana,
whiclt said mortgage was thereafter
fraudulently satisfed by the defend
ant, fp. N. Stuverude; plaintiff prays
judgmlent for a sale of said land and
'.he ptoce'ld rup ld toward the pay
rment iof said ird.btedne:.s and all
costs; for a deficiency judgment, if
;any exist, and for execution therefor;
that the other defcndants be compelled
to anpear in said action and have
their claims adjudicated and .deter
mined: al as more fully appears from
plaintiff's verified complaint herein, to
which referen~s is hereby made for
further particulars.
Witness my hard and the sPal of
said Couvt this 19th day of August,
A. D.i 1922.
C. B. PETERSON,
Clerk.
By D. C. PETERSON,
Deputy Clerk.
HOWARD M. LEWIS &
JAMES G. WAGNFR.
I Atto neys for the Plaintiff,
Plentyvwood, Montana. 22-t4
, First publication. September 8, 1922.
I Fourth pub., September 29, 1922.
NOT [C OF ADMINISTRATOR'S i
SALE OF REAL ESTATE
In the District Court of the Twen- !,
tieth Judicial District of the State of ti
bMont na in and for the County of n
Sheri an. Ir
In th. Matter of the Estate of ED
WIN CHRISTIAN WAGNILD, De- 1
ceased.
N TICE IS BEREBY GIVEN, That S
in pursuance of an order of i he above
nam d court, made on the 15th day of h
Sept mber, A. D. 1922, in the matter A
of the above entitled estate,
the undersigned, administrator of
said estate, will sell at private sale,
in oe parcel for cash, to the highest
bidder therefor, upon the terms and
conditions hereinafter set forth, and
a:ube l to confirmation of the above r
name court, on or after the 2nd day c
of O ober, A. D. 1922, all right, title, F
inter st and estate of said Edwin
Chri tian Wagnild deceased, in and
to th t certain lot, piece, or parcel of
land, situate in the County of Sheri
dan, nd State of Montana, more par
ticularly described as follows: South
half f the South Half (S% S%) of
Section Twenty-nine (29), East half
of th Southeast Quarter (E2 SE 1)
of S tion thirty (30), Northeast
Quarer of the. Northeast Quarter
(NE U NE 1) of Section thirty-one c
(31), Northwest Quarter of the North
west Quarter (NW14 NWY4) of Sec
tion thirty-two (32), Township thirty
six (36) N. Range Fifty-four (54)
E. 'M M.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF
SALE: Cash in gold coin of the
United States; ten per cent of the
purchase price to be paid at the time
of sale; the balance on confirmation
of sale; deeds and abstract, the ex
pense of the purchaser; the purchaser
to assume the payment and take the
prop.rty purchased by him subject to
all state and county taxes and all as
sess cents of whatever name or na
ture, which are now or may become
Shere ter chargeable to or a lien
against the property purchased by
Irim.
Al bids or offers must be made in
writing and may be left at the office
of Arthur C. Erickson, attorney for
said administrator, at Plentywood,
Mon .na, or may be delivered to said
administrator personally in said Coun
ty o Sheridan, or may be filed in the
ofice of the Clerk of the above named
Cour., at any time after the first pub
licat on of this notice, and before the
mak ng of the sale.
I ted this 15th day of September,
A. 1. 1922.
OSCAR WAGNILD,
A minisrator of the Estate of Ed
win Christian Wagnild. 23-t4
CALL FOR BIDS
TI e School Board of District No. 65
v.itllreceive sealed bids for lignite
coal to be delivered at its three
schol houses as needed begixtning at
once and ending May 6th, 1923. The
sum of fifteen dollars will be withheld
at ech school until the contract is
corn mleted.
will be received separately or
colletively.
lcids will be opened September 30,
"he Board. reserves- the right to re
ject any and all bids.
r SOPHUS !OItOSTAD,.
C hairnan.
JOHN J. FOLEYT
24tClerk.
CE OF fSHERIFF'S SIALE
JUDICIAL D1S
tri A!0 !Ofl THL JFY
OF SHERIDAN.
FARMERS STATE -K, MEDI
CINE LAKE, MON'iANA a bank
ing corporation, Plaintiff,
VFERSUS
OTTO M. CHRISTI'AN3ON" (Public i
Administratoi') as the Adminisra- lo
tor of the estate of Edith Haver
field (formeriy Ea'th Jackson) De- L
ceased, and RALPI HAVEIRFIELDL
Defendants.
To be sold at Sheriff's Sale, on the
14th day of Oct .Ler. A. D. 1922, nt
the hour of two (2) o'clbck. P: . M ,
said day, at the front door of the
County Court toUse, at Plenty" '.ý i,
in the County )f Sheridan, £tate of
Montana, to the highest bidder for
ca:h, the followin:r described ,ieal r:;
tate, situated, lyvin. and being in the (
County of Sh.ridai, State of Mcn
tana, to-wit:
The Northwest quarter of Sec
tion Thirteen ( i8), in Township
thirty-three (33) No.th of Range
fifty-eight (58) East of the MIon
tana Meridian, Montana, contain
ing One HundrEd sixty (160), i
acres, more or less, according to
the United States Government
survey thereof;
and more particular all the right,
title, claim and interest of the above
named defendants, in and to the Real
Estate hereinbefore described.
Dated at Plentywood, Montana, 1
this 15th day of September, 1922.
OSCAR J. COLLINS,
Sheriff of Sheridan County, Montana.
GRANT BAKEWELL,
Medicine -Lake, Montana.
'IAttorney for Plaintiff. 24-t4 I
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL DIS
TRICT OF THE STATE OF MON
TANA, IN AND FOR THE COUN
TY OF SHERIDAN.
SECURITY STATE BANK, MEDI
- CINE LAKE, MONTANA, a bank
ing corporation, Plaintiff,
versus
SCHRISTIAN PEDERSEN, W. J.
NANCE, BOUNDARY LUMBER
COMPANY, a corporation, and ST.
ANTHONY & DAKOTA ELEVA
TOR COMPANY, a corporation, De
fendants.
r To be sold at Sheriff's Sale, on the
14th day of October A. D. 1922, at
the hour of two (2) o'clock P. M. of
tsaid day, at the front door of the
County Court House, at Plentywood.
in the County of Sheridan, State of
!Montana, to the highest bidder for
cash, the following described real es
c tate, situated, lying and being in the
County of Sheridan, State of Mon
tana, to-wit:
The Northeast quarter of Sec
4 tion Thirteen (13), in Township
thirty-two (32) North of Range
fifty-seven (57) East of the Mon
tana Meridian, Montana, contain
ing One Hundred Sixty (160)
acres, more or less, according to
S the United States Government
survey thereof;
1- and more particular all the right,
title, claim and interest of the above
A named defendants, in and to the Real
Estate hereinbefore described.
Dated at Plentywood, Montana, this
e- 15th day of September, 1922.
.OSCAR J. COLLINS,
at Sheriff of Sheridan County, Montana.
,r GRANT BAKEWELL,
of Medicine Lake, Montana,
er Attorney for Plaintiff. 24-t4
INOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE C
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL DIS
TRICT OF THE STATE OF .ION
TANA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY
OF SHERIDAN.
FIRST STATE BANK OF FROID,
MONTANA, a corporation, Plain- Z
tiff,
Versus
JOHN .PEDERSON, a single man.
and JAMES F. MORRISON, De
fendants. m
To be sold a Sheriff's 'Sale on the
14th day of October, 1922, at the
hour of 2:00 o'clock P.. M. on s.aid
day at the front door of the Sheriffs
office in the Town of Plentywood,
Sheridan County, Montana, at public
auction to the highest bidder for cash,
the following described lands, to
wit:
SE'4 of Section 25, Twp. 31, N.
Range 56, and SW% of Section
30, Twp. 31, N. Range 57, E. M.
M., Sheridan County, State of
Montana.
Dated this 15th day of September,
1922.
24-t4 OSCAR J. COLLINS,
Sheriff of Sheridan County.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL DIS
TRICT OF THE STATE OF MON
TANA, IN AND FOR THE COUN
TY OF SHERIDAN.
SECURITY STATE BANK, MEDI
CINE LAKE, MONTANA, a bank
ing corporation, Plaintiff.
versus
CHRISTIAN PEDERSEN, SARAH
GRANBOIS, JOSEPH ALFRED
GRANBOIS, THORVALD IBSEN,
W. J. NANCE and ST. ANTHONY
& DAKOTA ELEVATOR COM
PANY, a corporation, Defendants.
To be sold at Sheriff's Sale on the
14th day of October, A. D. 1922, at
the hour of two (2) o'clock P. M. of
said day, at the front door of the
County Court House, at Plentywood,
in the County of Sheridan, State of
Montana, to the highest bidder for
cash, the following described Real Es
tate, situated, lying and being in the
County of Sheridan, State of Mon
tana, to-wit:
The West Half, and the Northeact
a quarter of Section Thirteen (13),
in.- Township thirty-tWo (32)
SNorth of Range fifty-seven (57)
East of the Montana Meridian,
r Montana, co~anmng four hund
red eighty (4.80) acje, more or
les accordipg to the United
Sta Government survey there- /
of.
And more particular all the right,
title, claim and interest of the above
Snamned defendants in and to the Real
Estate hereinbefore described.
c. Dated at Plentywood, Montana, this
15th day of September, 1922.
OSCAR J. COLLINS,
F Sheriff of Sheridan County, Montana
-GRANT r BAKE WEL14;,
SMed. Lake, Momtan" a
y- At"' ,,for Plitif. 444
Charter No. 10438 1 No
Reserve District No. 9 et
Report of Condition of the ol
FIRST NATIONAL BANK hi
AT PLENTYWOOD,
in the State of Montana, at the close tl
of business on Sept. 15, 1922. Li
RESOURCES
Loans and dis
counts, includ
ing rediscounts, Ia
acceptances of
other ba i ks,-.-- a
and foreign th
bills of ex- th
change or
drafts sold with
indorsement of
this bank.......... $371,055.98 371,055.98 th
Overdrafts, secured, none;
unsecured, $2220.91 ....---...- 2,220.91
U. S. Government to
securities owned: 2(
Deposited to -se- C
cure circulation
(U. S. bonds
par value) .---.----$ 6,250.00
All other United
States Govern
ment securities
(including pre
miums, if any) 3,700.00 9,950.00
Other bonds, stocks, ..----.. seF$-.... T
Other bonds, stocks, securi- T
ties, etc.: .........--..................... 43,883.12 T
Banking House, $7,236.66; C
Furniture and fixtures, J
$5,963.91 ----------------13,200.57
Real estate owned other V
than banking house.......... 37,006.51
Lawful reserve with Feder
al Reserve Bank .......----------.... 1,754.28
Items with Federal Reserve
Bank in process of col
lection ................ 1,937.16 2
Cash in vault and amount 1
I due from national banks.... 5,273.88 t
- Amount due from State t
banks, bankers, and trust
companies in the United
States (other than includ
ed in above 3 items............ 2,724.28
Total of 3 items
immed iately
preceding ..-- ----9,935.32
R Miscellaneous cash items..-. 571.0f.
['. Redemption fund with U.
- S. Treasurer and due from
- U. S. Treasurer .------------ 312.50
Other assets if any ...-..-...-- 27,873.95
ýe
i Total . .. ....... ................$517,764.20
f LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in..............$50,000.00
. Surplus fund .. ................ 10,000.00
, Circulating notes outstand
ing ..--------------------- 6,250.00
Certified checks outstanding 125.00
e Cashier's checks outstand
- ing ................ 12,831.95
ITotal 9f above
two items ..........$12,956.95
Demand deposits (other
than banks deposits) sub
ject to Reserve (deposits
payable within 30 days):
IIndividual deposits subject
to check ........---------------------- 38,692.67
Certificates of deposit due
t, in less than 30 days (oth
te er than for money bor
Srowed) .. 12,516.69
State, county, or other mu
nicipal deposits secured
by pledge of assets of
this bank or surety bond.. 69,470.69
La. Total of de
mand deposits
other than bank
"t4 deposits) sub
ject to Reserve,
above 3 items....$120,680.05
Certificate of deposit (oth
er than for money borrow
F ed) .................... 177,982.61
SOther time deposits.............. 2,774.71
STotal of time de
posits subject
to Reserve,
D, above two items 180,757.32
Bills payable (including all
obligations representing
money bbTrrowed other
n. than rediscounts) ........ 42,837.29
Little
Banking
Stories
KEEPING MONEY BUSY
* A FRIEND OF YOURS sold some propertCY
had no immediate use for the money, but he wt ed
keep it all together until opportunity camn to lnve't
wisely.
We advised him to take a Certificate of Deposit.
pays him a nice profit while he waits. His mne is SAo
-it is. BUSY-it is where he can put his hands O
QUICKLY when needed.
The "C. of D.' is an excellentri method of keep
money together and busy when it is not otherwise nV
ed. And it is an excellent plan: to have some mone
ways handy in case of special need.
We issue certificates at any time and for any aso0
Try the "C. of D." plan.
THE
Fir st National Ba
Member Federal Reserve System
PLENTYWOOD, MONTANA
Notes and hil! r.! ~-count
ed, includino are-" tances
of other banks and f.oeig
bills of exclin.. t. diraft
sold with in,i- ,,-oent of
this bank
Liabilitie., oth,-r tilan those 9
above stat+l
Total
State of Mon:.i County o
dan, ss: f
I, J. `5. Mc ... Cashier
above-name' e' d-o a,
that the -,,- t'onemnt
the best of mn; nir,.,.ed.e a,.
this 25th 1:; : ,' r
r . C. JOil '
Notary Publi. 't" Stat
tana, Residinrr :.t nt..,;Cew -
tana. My c".+ -,n #r
20, 1924.
Correct--At .1t :1
A. J. 1. NGER
T. , rI-PPF:EE
Directors.
SHERIITf S 1' SALE
IN THE DISTRICT COLrS,
STHE TWENTI II:TH JUDICIAL
TRICT OF THI STATE OF
TANA, IN ANi F' iLR THE C(.
OF SHERIDAN.
JOHN W. SHEI iY, Plaintiff,
.WILLIAM B. H- \0'DERSENB,\
C. HARDEt1U: I', his wife.
GRANT, FRAN W.- KIIP_
HANNAH IRiIK, his ,i
HENRY Kli. I. GE Defeni
To b' so, i:-i riffs Sale -
21st day of October. A. D. 1
10 o'clock A. 1i.. at the front7
the Court Hou-I in the Town o
tywood,, 'Ivirtan; the follow
scribed property:
Lots Three (3) and Four,
the East Half of the Soutil
Quarter ~ E' SW t\)I. and
Southeast Quarter (SE'4,
Section Thirt .-one (31) in Tot
ship Thirty- : (36) North,
Fiftv-three (53) E. I. .
Lots One (i) and Two (2,
the South Haif of the ndir
Quarter (S2 NiE ) of
One (1) in To'v.nchip Thi-
(35) North of Range Fiftr
0 E. M. M. andl Lots Three
Four (4). Fi- (5) an.i
0 Souheast Qua ter of the No
0 west cuiarter SE~ S hNW'
Section Six i. ) in Tor
0 ; Thirty-five (35± North,.
0 Fifty-three (53, E. MM. .
Together with all the heredi
5 and ap.,utenanc .- thereunto t
ing or in any. l appertaining.
Dated this 23, ! d ay of Sep
A. D. 1922.
OSCAR J. C'0
By RODNEY SALISBI
Unde..
7 NSTAD & GREER.
Attorney a Law,
Plentywood, Mont.
19 Death Takes Baby Girl
In r mrnastead
91 Froid Trihu'ne - Baby
Fredricks, the eight months i
girl of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. '
who reside in the Homestead
died September 13th, after a
illness. Funeral services wea
on the 14th. from the G
church. Dr. J. S. Geiser, o
burial, being made in the G
1 cemeteyr. The bereaved famll
71 to express their sincere thai
appreciation to friends and a
who gave them their assista
sympathy in their time of somr
also for the beautiful floral
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