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legal , or FUNDING S' |F s\LK <)l ; * I Tltf B°- I --nv i'P'FN, That ... |5 10 ol Dis # ! ' 0 f Trusted , ( j. u 0 f Q c - •8^ r l;»\vill<> ntlie u of 2 o' 1923, at tbi tothe ^rcher« • M0 ;, Bondp ; the amount i »1«! Vive HUN- i o0) bearing D ! exC eed six ^Tthe rate not r ïnnnm, pay-1 per cent t Pj - or / [s being f cen 'i. a nnually : i e emable "■ ;r : in 20 >' earP j'fnr ; he purpose ! ; /Land 'b, , inlo unt out Ending a ! ] ke . :'i District; said ; bond 8 oi ^ r . b( , Amorti j* paya 1 ' 0 , rh-iuter 38, ! « n as '' ion Laws of j Bill No. form can be sold ,/bonds in ^VîSLnable rate bposcd o f at a ~ Bonds ^^ f'tiSion Bonds issued. Amortizan ßoard , be the first choice rf ^ second rial Bond- considering ' the Board issued> v,«ll*mature annually be vear lt*24 to 1044, .n »■fîwi "ill be redeem -and eact before the date of its m° n fh'. 1 w jn n ot be sold : <>1value, and the than their F vaiu ' ri ht TrU ^f.dl bids and to sell Är public or private B .at it - a* k ot In ca?c , • * rffd ot any er: it . t u an by or on behalf 0t Board of Land Commis-] t hr accompanied by a in the =um of $350.00, *•>' (b TuVrllpi ; of the under . È V Ik}! will Be forfeited eler L ,d bidder in the event aC ■ trt nurcha?e the said • ;haHl,e addressed to the, Üwk of said School Dis- 1 J ! ..u State hall refuse igned • ivrher. Montana. A in 4 F. MADSEN ru La« nf Board of Trustees of ?T District No. 72. Archer, xho0 V^nci ^ Shendan Cunty, Montana. ^T HELGESON 1 Clerk 23-t5 A _ trr IC uvpFRY GIVEN bv NOTICE IS HEREB\ Cil 1 - y te undersigned Board oî lru ^es 0 thJ nn the 15th Sv .lor.ina • f October, A ( l'f Wpps will <ell Amor a« Board of Ini. - - School Funding Bonds of said School ' vpcirTFFv S|TVT)PFn DOT D FINDING ■TUT OF SALE OF Sw OF SCHOOL DISTRICT Ml 72, SHERIDAN COUN TY,' STATE OF MONTANA. v H ?S? mo ^rf °v AHS ($1900.00) said Bonds being^in (""J, 0 " of K hm ($100.00) each, dated the 1st.. I?« September, A. D„ 1923, and , . e semi-annually on the amoi the lst day of , M / in iD, 1924, (during a period of 10 j and redeemable on the 1st day : September, A. I ., L 33, 01 at any rerest paung date theieafter, at the f pn of said School District No. 72, *" bea ™f. mte / PSt at t] A e rate uf exceeding 6 per cent) payable «Bi-annual!y, for the funding of out ^ warrants issued by said ^^Distnct No. . ^ Prior to the 1st. ■ J '' A - D ' LL 'f: such v>ar ' » wmg now outstanding and un (net mi The said bontls shall not he sold for than their par value, and the of Trurtees reserve the right I telefif teéytem h claims against the said District, »•Ante .0 he made .teller for /Hills, other than behalf /Hills, other than by or on behalf State Board of T -ml Tommie ooani ot Land Commis- j LULA 1 M4DSFN 1 H. p. M ADSEN T FRED KERRUMGA ARD Tru hees of School District No 72 À.cher Montona'I e1 ' 0 tana ^ws rmist be accompanied bv a cer- l ; Scheck in the sum of $190.00 pay- ' " l t0 /} c order of the undersigned • //irh will be forfeited by the ^ bidder in the event he shall u-e to purchase the said bonds, y .'os shall be addressed to the -* r ^ned clerk of said School Dis- 1 fi at Archer, Montana. ATTEST; I 1 T - HELGESON, Clerk. 23-t5 i?Ä SALE 01 FUNDING VO ol ;. SCH,)()L district ' ;t*'tl H RH)VN COUNTY, • s TATK OF MONTANA. j NCih E is HEREBY GIVEN BY ^taipned Board of Trustees of n . w tr,ct No. 64 of Sheridan ^•ï°^ na that on the 1st. day o'clock p' \f" a ' L the hour of 2 P®»rcUf t " at Outlook, the said' I Æ "'HI -ell Amortiza-I 1 Di-sj , n '' ! J n P Bonds of «aid School ^onftu in an amoun t not to! jRprl ^.THOUSAND ONE HUN-1 I ATmS V ' F1VE DOLLARS dio-.o.^TRTA-ONE CENTS Aiori Ôfw 61 ^ in A he demnomina-! '■ach, lat P ? fl y ' fi , Ve ^95.00) dollars •A.D..S t J le i lst «lay of November,jin ■> on the" An? 1 ? ayable '^mi-annual " 1 <!av of 3° rtlZation Plan, on the ■'f l.V i°?%. A. D., 1924 and on •during à' f November, A. D., 1933 «^^of November d»te theroqV? 1 an F interest paving : yho °l dS cT'v 1 ]. ho °P tioa of said >rest at tho l} 0 ' r 4 and beari n? in Dava M e of not to e * c eed six funding f l ° " emi - annually, for! ÂdVï St , an râ infî wa rrants > to thl ! ? ch ,° o1 Dls trict No. 64 the lst - day of July, A. D., sai,i k , ■ than sha11 nat be ^ for ■ ^ of fn!'I par va lue, and the trustees reserve the right - cr. C ( . II Die to reject any and all bids and sell such bonds at private sale, if they deem it for the best interests, of the District, or to effect an exchange of said Bonds to take up such legal out standing indebtedness by issuing the same to any person or persons hold ing the warrant of said District rep resenting just claims against the said District, the exchange to be made dol lar for dollar. All bids, other than by or on behalf of the State Board of Land Commis sioners must be accompanied by a cer tified check in the sum of $100.00, pay able to the order of the undersigned clerk, which will bo forfeited by the successful bidder 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 Outlook, Montana. ATTEST: MRS. ROBERTA MEHARRY, x Clerk. . WM. WEISS D. A . MEHARRY , ANDREW BERG Trustees of School District No. 64 Outlook, Montana. 1 THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL DIS TRICT OF THE STATE OF MON TANA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SHERIDAN. . 24-t5 NO. 4365. SHERIFF'S SALE IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF f , , . , t D rnrrwopxT m ft ILLIAM B. FREERKsEN, Plaintiff, miDOT^iMiDvunDOT JOHN C. HLRsTandMAR\ HURST his wife, C. E. SCOTT and SHERI DAN COUNTS, a municipal cor poration Defendants To be sold at Sheriff's Sale, on the 13th day of October, A. D., 1923, at 2:00 P. M., at the front door of the Court house in thj Town of Plenty wood, County of Sheridan, State of Montana, to the highest and best bid der for cash in hand, the following described property, to-wit; The South Half of the Northwest Quarter (S%NWU), and the 5 orthe as t Quarter of the South west Quarter (NEU SW%), and the Northwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter (NWUSEU), of Section Eighteen (18) in Township thirty-seven (3. ), North of Range fifty-two (52), East of Montana Meridian, containing one hundred sixty acres of land, ac cording to the U. S. Government Survey, thereof, be the same more or i ess> S1 tuated in Shendan Coun ty, Montana; Ant j i n particular all the right, title,, , claim and interest of the above named i defe " dants ir î an< -u j° ^ *u Pr ° pe ^ hereinabove described, together with al] and Angular the tenements and ! hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any way appertaining t0 the sjrnic. ; Dated this 18th day of September, A . d., 1923, at Plentywood, Montana. RODNEY SALISBURY, sheriff 0 f Sheridan County, Montana. By A. E. ALDRICH Under Sheriff. M0UM & BROWN, Attorneys for Plaintiff, p 0 pj ar Montana. 24-t4 ---— NOTICE OF SALE _ 1 THE DISTRICT COURT OF j TWENTIETH JUDICIAL DIS FOR THE STATE OF MON TANA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY j Ap SHERIDAN. ! NIELS JENSEN -"rator^lthe 1 fendants. ci, or ;frc Qoi P a t the J n » ^ SÎ e court hoote in Plen the 13th day of MERCHANTS TRUST and SAVINGS BANK, a corporation, Plaintiff, versus d ' ^ ana ' °J1 + hour of two October, 1923, at the hour 01 two p M the fol i owin g described real estate: , Northeast Quarter (NE 1 ,*) and the east half of the southeast quarter (E^SE^) and the east half of the northwest quarter ( E Y'? NW14 ). of section thirty-five (35 », township thirty-six (36) North, Range fifty-five (55) east, Montana Meridian, containing three hundred twenty (320) acl "® s » more or less, according to the Government survey thereof, together with all hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or anywise ^"IÀLISBURY, Sheriff Of Sheridan County, Montana. By A. E. ALDRICH Under Sheriff. ; in IN THE DISTRICT COI RT OI THE TWENTIETH TRICT OF THE STATE OF MON TANA. IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SHERIDAN. _ JOHN W. SHELBY, Plaintiff, versus , , ALFRED P. CHRISTENSEN and OLIVE CHRISTENSEN, his and RUBY KNUDSON, Defendants. TO BE SOLD AT SHERIFFS SALE, to the highest bidder for cash, I at the frent door of the Courthouse, the town of Plentywood, SheTidan ; County, ^ Ion ^ ana .' A a o hour of October, A. D., 1923. at the hour of 2 o'clock in the afternoon of säid day, j the following described real estate, 1 1 °The West Half of the Northwest Quarter (W%NW A ) an c I Northwest Quarter of the South i west Quarter (N\\ A4sW Ah am ; the Southeast Quarter o Northwest Quarter (SE_4 NW.*) of Section Ten (10) m Town^ç Thirtyfour (Twp. 34) North of Range Fifty-four (Rçe. 54) East of the Montana Meridian, together with all, and si ngular the tenements, hereditaments, and appur tenances thereunto belonging, or 24-t4 SHERIFF'S SALE anywise appertaining. 4 n loo 1 ? 8 12th day of September, She ff f J? 0D , NEY SALISBURY, 23-u ff ° f Shendan Coun ty, Montana. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF TWENTIETH JUDICIAL DIS TRICT OF THE STATE OF MON OF ^SHERIDAN. F ° B ™ E C0UNTY Thomas f. Wallace, Plaintiff, versus MKOLINE JENSEN, widow of Chris ten D. Jensen, otherwise known as Christ D. Jensen, deceased, FARM ERS STATE BANK, Medicine Lake, Montana, a banking corporation, SECURITY STATE BANK, Medi cine Lake, Montana, a banking cor poration, and O. L. HYDLE, as ad ministrator of the estate of Christ en D. Jensen, otherwise known as Christ D. Jensen, deceased, Defend ants. To be sold at Sheriff's Sale by the Sheriff of Sheridan County, Montana, to the highest and best bidder for cash, on the 6th day of October, A. D., 1923, at the hour of two o'clock, P. M., of said day, at the front doors of the Court House of Sheridan County, Mon tana, at Plentywood, County and State aforesaid, all the right, title and in tcrest of the above named defendants, j and each of them, in and to the follow ing described real estate, to-wit: The North half (N 1 /^) of section numbered twenty (20), township numbered thirty-three (33) North of Range numbered fifty-seven (57) East the Montana ian. . Dated this 10th day of September, 1923. RODNEY SALISBURY, sheriff of Sheridan County, Montana. BRATTIN & KETTER, Sidney, Montana, * i Attorneys for Plaintiff. 23-t4 --- SHERIFF'S NOTICE OF SALE WILLIAM PFE1FFNER, Plaintiff, versus | GILBERT E. BURDG, a single man; . HANS P. OLSON, a single THE DAKOTA-MONTANA MORT GAGE COMPANY, a corporation; THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, c £ plentywood, Montana, a corpor 1 ation, Defendants, ! To be sold at sheriff's Sale on the 6th day of October, A. D. 1923, at the j hour of two o'clock, P. M. of said day, a ^ tbe f ron £ door of the County Court House, in the Town of Plentywgod, in Sheridan County, State of Montana, the following described real property, (5)) S ix (6), and Lots Ten (10), Eleven (11), Twelve (12), and the IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF 1 THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL DIS TRICT OF THE STATE OF MON TANA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY ! OF SHERIDAN. man; to . wit: Lots Three (3), Four (4), Five East Half of the Southwest Quar ter (EUSWU) of Section Five (5), Township Thirty Seven (37) Nortb of Range Fifty Five (55) E ast Montana Meridian, contain in ^ 2 78.27 acres, more or less, together with the tenements, heredita ments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining. Dated this 7th day of September, A. D. 1923. RODNEY SALISBURY, Sheriff ef Sheridan County,* Mont"na. H. L. WOLFE, JR., Malta, Montana Attorney for Plaintiff. 23-t4 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 COUNTY OF SHERIDAN. THE FARMERS & MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK of Cannen Fills Minnesota, a corporation, Plaintiff, versus JOHN N. VESTERBY and EMMA VESTERBY, his wife, JOHN W. SHELBY, SHERIDAN COUNTY STATE BANK, a corporation, L. G. ZEIDLER and JENNIE ZEID LER, his wife. Defendants. To be sold at Sheriff's Sale, at pub lic auction, to the highest bidder for cash in hand, at the front door of the courthouse in the town of Plenty wood, Sheridan County, Montana, on the 6th day of October, 1923, at 2:00 o'clock p. m., the following described real estate situate in Sheridan County, Montana, to-wit: The Northwest Quarter (NW(4) of Section Thirty-two (32); South Half of the Southwest Quarter (SHSW14); Northeast Quarter of Southwest Quarter ( NE l A SW % ) and Southwest Quarter of South east Quarter (SWliSE 1 ^) of Sec tion Twenty-nine (29), Township Thirty-four (34) North Range Fifty-four (54) E. M. M., together with the tenements .heredit aments and appurtenances thereunto belonging. , Dated September 12th, 1S23. RODNEY SALISBURY, Sheriff of Sheridan County, Montana. 23-t4 West H alf of the Southeast J SHERIFF'S SALE IN THE DLSTRICT COURT OF THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL DIS TRICT OF THE STATE OF MON TANA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SHERIDAN._ JOHN W. SHELBY, Plaintiff, versus H P. FOSTER, Administrator of the E«tate of Niels A. Nielsen, deceased, MARY NIELSEN, SHERIDAN COUNTY STATE BANK, a corpor ation, and PLENTY' W OOD T. & B. COMPANY, a corporation, Defend TOBE SOLD AT SHERIFF'S SALE, To the highest bidder for cash, at the front door of the Courthouse, in the town of Plentywood, Sheridan County, Montana, on the 6th day of October, A. D., 1923, at the hour of 2 o'clock in the afternoon of said day, the following described real estate, Quarter (W% SE^4 ) of Section Twenty-two (Sec. 22) and the West Half of the Northeast Quar ter (W%NE^4) of Section Twen ty-seven (Sec. 27) in Township Thirtyfour (Twp. 34) North of Range Fiftvfour (Rge. 54) East of the Montana Meridian, together with all and singular the ten ements, hereditaments and appurten ances thereunto belonging, or in any wise appertaining. Dated this 12th day of September, A. D., 1923. RODNEY SALISBURY, Sheriff of Sheridan County, Montana. 23-t4 versus LESLIE C. COTTON, LUCY H. COT TON, his wife, ALBERT ATOR and LIBBY YARDS COMPANY, a poration, Defendants, To be sold at Sheriff'^ Sale on the 13th day of October, A. D., 1923, at the hour of 2 o'clock P. M., of said day, at the front door of the County Court House, in the Town of Plentywood, in Sheridan County, State of Montana, the following described real property, to-wit: The Northeast Quarter (NE«4) and the North Half of the South east Quarter (N^SE 1 ^) and the Southeast Quarter of the South (SEMSEU) and the SHERIFF'S NOTICE OF SALE IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL DIS TRICT OF THE STATE OF MON TANA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SHERIDAN. E. J. LANDER & CO., a corporation, Plaintiff, cor Southeast Quarter of the North west Quarter (SE^NW 1 ^) of Section Twenty (20) in Township Thirty-five (35) North of Range Fifty-two (52), East of the Mon tana Meridian, together with all the tenements, here ditaments and appurtenances thereun belonging or in anywise appertain ing." __ Dated this 18th day of September, A. D., 1923. RODNEY SALISBURY, Sheriff Of Sheridan County, Montana. By A. E. ALDRICH Under Sheriff. S. E. PAUL, Plentywood, Montana, Attorney for the Plaintiff. 24-t4 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 COUNTY OF SHERIDAN. A. F. PFIFFNER, Plaintiff, versus WILLIAM MOE, a single man; THE DAKOTA-MONTANA MORTGAGE COMPANY, a corporation; MOE BROS., CO-OPERATION, a corpor ation; THE FIRST NATIONAL of Plentywood, Montana, a corporation; HELLEKSON LUM-) BER COMPANY, a corporation; MRS. MALI CHRIST KNUDSON; HACKETT-GATES-HURTY COM PANY, a corporation; BUTLER BROTHERS, a corporation, Defend ants. • To Be Sold At Sheriff's Sale, at public auction, to the highest bidder for cash in hand ,at the front door of the court house, in the town of Plen tvwood, Sheridan County, Montana, én the 13th day of October, A. D., 1923, at 2 o'clock P. M., the following described real estate situate in Sheri dan County, Montana, to-wit: The East Half (EV 2 ) of Section Twenty-four (24) Township Thir ty-five (35) North of Range Fif ty-two (52) East Montana Merid ian, containing 320 acres, more or less according to the Government survey thereof; together with the tenements, heredit aments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining. Dated this 18th. day of September, A D 1923 ' " RODNEY SALISBURY, Sheriff Of Sheridan County, Montana. Bv A. E. ALDRICH Under Sheriff. 24-t4 SHERIFF'S SALE versus HFNRY P TRIPLETT and EDNA G. TRIPLETT his wife, Defendants. TO ip SOLD AT SHERIFF'S SALE onthefithday of October, 1923, SäffiÄ and being in tte Counity of Sheridan, S *fhe 0 eas"taffof west'half (E* W&i and northwest quarter of northvtest quarter (NW-iNWi) of Section twenty-nine (29), the northeast quarter of northeast quarter ( NE M NE ) of Section Thirty (30), and the north half of northwest quarter (NHNWhl) of , Section thirtv-two (32), Township thritv-six (36) North, Range fif tv-=ix (56) East, Montana Meridian, anj detondants, Triplett in and to said real Datpd this 7th daÿ of September, iooo t d 1 192d * RODNEY SALISBURY, Sheriff. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL DIS TRICT OF THE STATE OF MON TANA. IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SHERIDAN. LIFE INSURANCE THE UNITED NATIONAL COMPANY OF STATES OF AMERICA, a corpora tion, Plaintiff, HOWARD M. LEWIS _ & JAMES G. WAGNER Attorneys for the Plaintiff, Plentywood, Montana. • First publication, Sept. 14, 1923. Fourth publication, Oct. 5, 1923. Sweet Grass Hills—It is reported from the field of northern Montana that practical and laboratory tests of the gas from the Gladys Belle-Brown well, will be made to determine possibilities for production of bar bon black. ' lias its 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 COUNTY OF SHERIDAN. JOHN WILFAHRT, Plaintiff, versus CHRIST JEUCH, STATE BANK OF REDSTONE, a corporation; C. G. CHRISTIANSON, ROY COSPER, and WALTER F. BRITTAN, De fendants. To Be Sold At Sheriff's Sale, at pub lic auction, to the highest bidder for cash in hand at the front door of the court house, in the town of Plenty wood, Sheridan County, Montana, on the 13th. day of October, 1923, at 2 o'clock P. M., the following described real estate situate in Sheridan Coun ty, Montana, to-wit: The Northwest Quarter (NW14) and North Half of Southwest Quarter (NttSW%); South Half of Northeast Quarter (SVèNE 1 ^); Southeast Quarter (SE 1 ^) and Southeast Quarter of Southwest Quarter (SEliSWH) of Section Four (4); Northeast Quarter of Northwest Quarter (NEUNW 1 ^. ) of Section Nine (9) and West Half of Southwest Quarter (W 1 /^ SW14) of Section Three (3), all in Township Thirty-six (36) North of Range Fifty-two (52) I E. M. M., together with the tenements, heredita ments and appurtenances thereunto belonging. Dated September 13th, 1923. RODNEY SALISBURY, Sheriff Of Sheridan County, Montana. A. E. ALDRICH Under Sheriff. 24-t4 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 COUNTY OF SHERIDAN. PETER SCHRODEN, Plaintiff, versus CHARLES W. LIPSCOMB, a single man, RODERICK McGREGOR and SECURITY STATE BANK of Med icine Lake, a corporation, .Defend ants. To be sold at Sheriff's Sale on the 6th day of October, 1923, at the hour of 2 o'clock P. M. of said day at the front door of the Court House at Plentywood, Sheridan County, State of Montana, the following described real estate, to-wit; Northeast Quarter (NE *4) and North One Half of the Northwest Quarter (N^NW 1 ^ ) of Section Twenty-two (22) in Township Thirty-two (32) North of Range Fifty-seven (57) East Montana Meridian, containing Two Hun dred Forty acres (240) more less according to the Government Survey thereof. ALL PARTIES PLEASE TAKE or NOTICE. Dated tihs 11th day of September, 1923. McPherrin Syndicate $500,000 cost of test wells Falls — 6-story business RODNEY SALISBURY, Sheriff. 23-t4 MONTANA WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL REVIEW 566,000 board feet timber in Jeffer national forest to be sold. Great Falls test well on Teton bench. Billings in Lake Basin. Montana led the United States number of automobiles which passed through Yellowstone park from June 20 to August 31. Great building to be erected next spring. Miles City—Custer Oil & Gas build ing rig for Cat Creek test. Great Falls—1,000 feet oil in casing of Stannard well. Choteau creamery pays $10,0000 month to farmers. Hamilton—Plans ready soon on Bit ter Root irrigation project. Kalispell—Hubbart dam job nearing completion. son spus Butte— New school to be built. Kalispell to have new hospital. $23,191 is revenue paid by Lewis town county on Federal Oil. Kalispell—Road work in Glacier park contemplated. Great Falls—600 bbl. flow is outlook for new Homestake well. Lewistown—Peerless Oil Company rapidly completing arrangements to resume drilling at Republic well on Brush Creek. Billings-Tuberculin tests conducted by state and federal veterinarians #n several thousand milch cows show Se she1by-Mont^l h ratifa fourth ln average P^'^.ooV^id to county in personal tax." . Shelby-Indications encouraging m Crow's Nest 0,1 Po.'s well in North Fork county • Mad Helena—State has work under construction at cost of $2,000,000. . , , .. State nets $11.300 in sales of tun ber during last season. . Stockyards, proposed to be finest on Great Northern sy stem, t ■'ÄÄ- high school building in GreatFalls ^hastene^ schools. Fifteen thousand acres in water county to be placed under irn city to build new dam to aid water system. Bozeman—Montana State College has completed $1,200,000 new build ings and expended $200,000 on drives, walks and repair of older buildings. Montana's present stand of timber, amounting to 54,000,000,000 feet, being depleted at an annual rate 660,000,000 feet. . Shelby—The New California Com pany camp, nineteen miles from here on the main road to the field, is ready for occupancy. The equipments Catholic $6,808.55 con Broad this camp are complete in every detail including electric lights, steam heat for living quarters, running water ev erywhere, and a complete fire-fighting equipment. Bridger —Great Western Seed Co., to build large warehouse at this point. Darby—New $6,000 Baptist Church to be erected here soon. Miles City—Work has started on new $50,000 Northern Pacific Passeng er station at this point. Galen—Contract let for erection of Children's Home here to cost $15,000. Billings—Montana Power Co., to spend $25,000 on eight residences at Mystic Lake. Butte—New engineering building School of Mines to be built at cost $150,000. Dillon—Work soon starts on 3 new buildings on state normal campus cost of $260,000. Cat Creek—California Co., to spud in well No. 3 in west end of field. Kevin-Sunburst oil field has new wells flowing east of Howling. Billings—Midwest Co. to drill new test well 35 miles west of here. Motana Power Co. purlhases* Valier electric lighting system in $30,000 deal To extend high tension wire from Conrad, 18 miles. Brady reports 100-acre wheat f.eld yielding 46-bushels to acre. Roosevelt county to ship 40 cars fed hogs, increase of nearly cars over any previous year. Butte advertising for bids for four new improvement districts . Butte—New Catholic high school will cost $60,808.55. Malta already .making plans 1924 corn show. Test well to be drilled at Coalwood, south of Miles City. corn Great Falls—Work started on air plane landing field. Charter No. 11078 Reserve Dist. No. 9 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK At Raymond, In the State of Mon tana, at the close of business on September 14, 1923. RESOURCES Loans and dis counts, including rediscounts, ac ceptances of oth er banks, and foreign bills of exchange or drafts sold with indorsement of this bank Overdrafts, unsecured...... U. S. Government securities owned: Deposited to se cure circulation (U. S. bonds par value) . Other bonds, stocks, se curities, etc.; . Banking House, Furniture and fixtures, $2082.79 . Real estate owned other than banking house . : — 77,752,73 765.26 $ 77,752.73 15,000.00 15,000.00 5,912.7; $800.00 2,882.79 16,677.09 than banking house . : — Lawful reserve with Fed eral Reserve Bank. Items with Federal Reserve Bank in process of collec tion . Cash in vault and amount due from national banks Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies in the United States (other than included in above three items. Total of above items . Checks and drafts on banks (including Federal Reserve Bank) located outside of citv or town of reporting bank . » . # 271.08 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. Treasurer. Other assets, if any . 16,677.09 1,438.21 3,000.00 2,462.20 286.10 m ing three $5,748.30 271.08 750.00 1,241.93 $128,440.18 Total LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in. Surplus fund . Circulating notes outstand $ 25,000.00 5,000.00 15,000.00 458.17 Cashier's checks outstanding Demand deposits (other than bank deposits) sub to check Certificates of deposit due j n less than 30 days (other than for money borrowed).. State, county, or other mu- • nicipal deposits secured by pledge of assets of this bank or surety bond. Total of demand deposits (other than bank dc posits) subject Reserve M SKÄft» Certifiâtes of deposit (oth er than for money borrow of of ject to Reserve (deposits payable within 30 days): Individual deposits subject 16,158.45 3,100.00 5,000.00 i 22,280.10 ed) Bills payable (including all representing borrowed other obligations money than rediscounts) . Notes and bills rediscount ed, including acceptances of other banks and foreign bills of exchange or drafts sold with indorsement of this bank . 7,602.41 28,841.05 Total .$128,440.18 State of Montana, County of Sheri dan, ss: _ , . „ . I, W. M. Rader, Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. W. M. RADER, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 26th day of September, 1923. H. S. JORDAN, Notary Public, for the State of Mon tana, residing at Raymond, Montana. My commission expires June 27, 1926. Correct—Attest: F. H. WENDT. HENRY A. HILL, WM. HERRON, IS Directors. LOS ANGELES LABOR COUNCIL FOR LABOR PARTY Bv MAUD McCREERY Federated Press Staff Correspondent. Los Angeles.—Organized labor here, through its delegates to the Los An geles Central Labor council went on record Sept. 14 for a national farm er-labor political party and urged the A. F. of L. to change its constitution and bylaws so as to remove any sec tions that might be coustiued to con fict with the organization of such a political labor party. This stand was taken in the adoption of a resolution, in the form of instruc tions to delegates to the A. F. of L. and to the California State Federation of labor conventions. A. B. Hassel, president of the central council and delegate to the state convention, op posed the resolution was introduced by David Gorman of the Federated Farm er-Labor party naitonal committee and representing the Electrical Work ers' union. It was adopted by 39 to 28 The resolution reads in part: solved that the Central Labor Council of Los Angeles urges through its dele gates to the convention of the Cali fornia State Federation of Labor, to be held in Stockton, and the convention of the American Federation of Labor, to be held in Portland, that the A. F. of L. modify its political policy and amend its constitution and bylaws so as to remove, if there be any, sections that may appear counterwise to the all important step of organizing a distinct political party of the organ ized workers and farmers." Re WRKIErS Take it home to the kids. Have a packet in your pocket for an ever-ready treat. A delicious confec tion and an aid to the teeth, appetite, , digestion. À -4 * n f ^Sealed in its Purity Package \\ PDBUC SALES We have purchased 122,000 pair U. S. Army Munson last shoes, sizes 5% to 12 which was the entire surplus stock of one of the largest U, S. Government shoe contractors. This shoe is guaranteed one hundred per cent solid leather, color dark tan, bellows tongue, dirt and waterprof. The actual value of this shoe is $6.00. Ow ing to this tremendous buy we can offer same to the public at $2.95. Send correct size. Pay post man on delivery or send money order. If shoes are not as rep resented we will cheerfully re fund your money promptly upon request. NATIONAL BAY STATE SHOE COMPANY 296 Broadway, NEW YORK, N. Y. For Protection Against Fire, Lightning, Cy clone, Windstorm Get a POLICY in the NORTH WESTERN NATIONAL For Rates Sëe "Jerry" the lit tle agent. Call or Address G. G. POWELL Plentywood, Mont.