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SUMMARY OF LA
BOR CONDITIONS
IN MONTANA
MADE
u KEK Ol* MAY B\
PUBLIC EM
( MUCKS
overs of labor
, agents.
REPORT
.CFI) UPON
He
\ND
AND
-With the excep
Vnaconda, every
orts a surplus of
reports received
abor. Several of
gencies report
ig for "white col
1 jobs, such as
•efuse to consider
12 .
ion (
l)i

111
v empl
look
are
id mecn:
iriving,
ix farm workers,
Moc*
a month.
10 farm workers, at
) farm hands, no
io
M;
<40
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hfi:
ited
ituation well balanced.
JO farm workers
on read but
ay
ibev
wants
Plenty men
employer is waiting for
come ami go on."
wants 25 men for farms at
Bozeman _
.j adds:
anio-■ *
they
•hem
Glasgow
$55 a montn
can use ~i
me $50 a month.
Roundup report, that conditions at
^«"men'for 'farms are wanted at
50 a month.
{45 tog
Billings
men for farms,
Baker.
Fort Benton
ton workers, but reports that spring
JJJJJ is nearly finished, so no pres
trii u ' p 15 men at to
ranch foreman at $60 and "A
man at $90.
has been calling feu
<it); a
.toil
Mile«* Citv savs "good farm hands
Mlle ' ' iob here." Wages
always get a
$50 a month.
comia wants 25 outside men at
achinists not needed.
500 experienced
ran
At
<425 a day. mai
Companv rate $4.75,
average $ 6 - 00 .
rP is a moderate surplus at
Falls, but the situation is some
than a month ago; unemployed
:ch urgent need of help. De
f r ,' r teamsters and common la
tor
- utte
con
tract
Grat
not in si
land
bor increasing. _
Lumber operations around Missoula
slowing down and the number of
unemployed increases Many labors
drifting in from the west coast.
not yet com
Men do
an
are
Road program has
menced. Will absorb some,
for farm work.
not care
All calls fe.r men at Helena have
bf?n filled ami not much demand at
Smaller acreage in valley,
present.
farmer? doing most of their
work.
own
U US ROYALTY FOR
ft CREEK PRODUCES
Lewistown.—The local land office
received from the Lewistown Oil and
Refining company a check for $16,
607.13, this representing the govern
ment's share for royalty cil produced
on government land in the Cat Creek
field during March.
The total production of oil from
land in which the government lias
an interest for the month of March
*as 114, 019 barrels as against 109,
Wl barrels during the preceeding
month.
The production from the three
heaviest producing tracts during
March was Wildschut, 44,079 bar
rel?; Green, 33,606 barrels, and
Oldham, 11,448.
The amount received by the gov
ernment for oil produced in Februarv
*»s $15,207.14.
\
Secretary Hoover of Dept, of Com
merce says lumber industry now leads
the industries of the United
States in its efforts to establish rules
wr fair dealing in the trade.
For
Protection
Against
Fire, Lightning, Cy
clone, Windstorm
Get a
POLICY
in
the
»TH WESTERN
NATIONAL
For Rates
"Jerry
tie agent.
Call or Address
the lit
G. G. POWELL
^entywood, Mont.
WRKUYS
After Every Meal
It's the longest-lasting
confection you can buy
—and it's a help to di
gestion and a cleanser
lor the i mouth
teeth,
Wrlglcy's means
, benefit as well as
» pleasure.
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1,120,00« LEFT
FARMS IN 1922,
CONGRESS HEARS
FOUR SEVENTHS OF FARM IN
COME GOES TO DEBTS—CAN
NOT AFFORD TO HIRE.
Washington, May 4.—The ag
ricultural committee today laid
re
port
F arm Relief bill.
on the McNary-Haugen
Describing the
threatening situation in agricul
ture, the report set forth:
1. —That half a<s many banks
had failed between 1920 and 1923
as during the whole period from
1902 to 1923.
2 . —That four-sevenths of the
total farm income is taken to pay
taxes £-nd interest on mortgages
and debts.
Cannot Afford to Hire.
3.—That more than 1,120,000
farmers and hired men deserted
the farms in 1922 to seek indus
trial employment.
4.—That one-quarter of the farm
owners in the corn £*nd wheat
states are bankrupt.
5.—Above all. that the pur
chasing value of farm products
is less than half what it was be
fore the war.
Land for the Users"
The McNary-Haugen bills is of no
permanent value to the poor, working
farmers who are in a vast majority,
say local members of the Federated
Farmer-Labor Party. They see no
hope for farmers' improvement save
thru adoption of the principles "A
Five-Year Moratorium" for all work
ing farmers, as a plan for temporary
alleviation and "The Land For the
Users" for permanent results. To
this end they are speeding up work
for the formation of a class Farmer
Labor Party at the June 17th cc.nven
tion in St. Paul.
New Y'ork. May 12.—Howard Car
ter, co-discoverer with Lord Camar
1 of Tut-Ank ?Ahmen's tomb in the
valley of the kings, arrived on the
Berangaria today.
He hoped, he said, that the present
litigation between himself and the
Egyptian government might be set
tied so that he could resume work at
the tomb next fall.
Young-looking, vigorous and eager
to talk of excavations, mummies and
Egyptian legend, Mr. Carter laughed
«i
THINKS KING TUT
CANNED IN GOLD
V
u
CARTER EXPECTS RICH LOOT IN
TOMBS—EGYPTIANS CRAVED
BEER.
von
at mention of the superstition
the curse of an ancient God descend
ed upcji explorers of tombs and sar
chophagi.
Even the 700 natives who worked.
with him in the valley took the curse
legend lightly, he said. He insisted,
however, that he did not believe in
permanent despoilation of tombs and
he advocated that when pending re
searches were completed, the mummy
c£ King Tut as well as all other
royal mummies now adorning mu
be returned to their native
resting places.
In answer to one query from the
reporters' questionnaire, Mr. Carters
said:
scums
have
On many ancient tombs 1
j found this inscription: 'Let all those
i who love life and hate death wish
thousands of geese, loaves of bread
! and beer to my soul.'
That is what the old Egyptians
j thought of prohibition. And I be
lieve I agree with them.
CANNED IN GOLD
The explorer said die expected to
find the body cf King Tut literally
canned" in gold, with the spulchral
regalia adorning the mummy ana
the fingers and toes encrusted m
gold.
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REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Olav R. Jorgensen et ux to J. Jor
gensen, deed, $10.00, lots 1 , 2 , 3, N
1-4 NE 1-4, 27-33-58.
Schow Nielsen et ux to Chas. W.
1 Spaulding, deed, $ 1 . 00 , lot 3, sec. »
N 1-2 NE 1-4, SE 1-4 NE 1-4, 10-31
i 55.
Rodney Salisbury, sheriff, to Sarah
J. Coleman, deed,. $2,786.66, lots -^3,
4 6 7. 10, H, NW 1-4 SE 1-4, NE
1-4 SW 1-4, 6-37-57.
Charles Brightsman et ux to L K
deed, $1.00, NW 1-4 NE 1-4, 12
Rue,
37-55
R F King et ux to Vemette Tor
stenson, $300, lots 11, 12, blk. 9, Orig
inal. Plentywood.
Try a Want Ad, it brings results.
TOWNLEY AND
HASTINGS FREE
OF STATE CASE
Fargo, May 2 .—The joint embez
zlement charge preferred by the
state against A. C. Townley and J. J.
Hastings, former Nonpartisan Lea
gue officials, were formally dismissed
in Judge Leigh Monson's court this
morning on the ground of the North
Dakota statute of limitations.
States Attorney Horner, however,
declared that the question of bring
ing up the action in another court is
being considered and will be decided
upon immediately after consultation
with the Attorney-General 's office.
The statute, which Judge Monsort
held was applicable in this case, pro
vides and requires that an action
must be started within three years
after the embezzlement is committed.
The alleged embezzlements of funds,
belonging to the Consumers United
Store, was committed, according to
the testimony of the state, on Sep
tember 5. 1918, and the complaint
was filed by J. W. Brinton, former
private secretary to Townley, on De
cember 31, 1923.
The North Dakota staute provides
that "an information for felony
must be filed within three years af
ter its commission." There is an
exception, howejier. The law furth
er provides that "if when the time of
the offense is committed the defend
ant is out of the state the informa
tion may be filed within the time
herein limited, after his coming with
in the state, and no time during
which the defendant is not an inhab
itant of, or usually resident within
the state" is part of the limitations.
The whole question as to whether
the statute was effective in this case
hinged on interpretation of the lat
ter paragraph. Today's decision
brings t 0 an end cne of the bittei'est
legal fights ever witnessed at a pre
liminary hearing in North Dakota
courts. W. S. Lauder of Wahpeton
and John Burke, attorney for the de
fendant, and Special Prosecutor Ar
thur Le Sueur and States Attorney
Horner engaged in several hot verb
al clashes, challenging each other as
w T ell as the defendants, relative to
the operation of the Nonpartisan
League during its control
state administration.
of the
SECRETARY WORK,
ANOTHER BAD EGG
(By the Federated Press)
Washington. — Washington's big
gest department store is selling a
ser ies of booklets, entitled History
Makers of Today, eulogizing Daugh
erty, Mellon, Work and other mem
b ers 0 f the Harding-CocJidge cabinet.
The Truth About Hubert Work is
a gem i n this collection. Like the
others, it bears no union label and
no confession as to whether the Be
publican national committee paid the
bill. Work is the secretary of the
interior who fell heir to Fall's job,
w ho lawlessly began to scrap
the reclamation service when the ser
vj ce proposed to build Boulder Can
yen power plant and reduce the pro
fits of the hydro-electric monopoly
in the southwest.
Describing how he dismissed a lut
of aged government employes from
the pension office, the book says;
When everything humanly possible
had been done in the personal inter
est of the clerk he reluctantly gave
his approval for the reduction and
then, instead of dispatching curt,
formal dismissal orders to each of the
aged employes slated for removal, he
invited them to come and see hjm in
his great private office and talk mat
ters over with him.
"This man Work actually shook
hands with these honored government
servants, exchanged
with them, talked as long as they
wished to talk . . . and. strange
a s it may seem, not a single veteran
or véteran's widow or sister or broth
e r complained, but left with the
knowledge that they had found a true
friend. Logic and a great Christian
i i
reminiscences
character had triumphed
est of good government."
It was this great Christian charac
ter whom the American Society of
Civil Engineers condemned, after a
careful investigation, for his viola
tion of federal law and treachery tc.
principles of ordinary honesty and
sound public policy, wihen he dismis
se d Arthur P. Davis, at the head of
the reclamation service, and installed
i n his place, under pretext of reor
ganization an enemy öf the essential
principles c£ the bureau. Ihe book
let devotes a dozen pages to a white
wash of this incident. Work is still
in office,
McELROY
Mrs. Hilda Johnson of Outlook is
a visitor at the August Hultgren
home.
Mrs. F.
Welsh returned from the
hospital at Kenmare Saturday hav
ing sufficiently recovered from her
recent operation to make the trip.
She was accompanied home by a lady
friend who remained t 0 visit between
trains. , .
Contractor Dahlgaard was at Mc
Elroy recently inspecting the trail
freon the station to the Blue Trail
with a view to grading it.
Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Salisbury and
children of Plentywood were Sunday
callers at the J. G. Noon and O. M.
Lutnes homes, , Ä , , ,
C. H, Peterson of Overland made
a business trip to the Comertown and
McElroy territory Wedne«day last.
He had considerable trouble getting
through the snow banks.
Selmer Espeland has planted a
wind breaB
thousand poplars for a
and has also put in some fruit trees
this spring.
$299,985 contract awarded for con
struction of highway between Dodson
and Harlem and two bridges «across
Milk river on same highw*ay.
Read the Ads in the Producers News.
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.
LIFE
INSURANCE
NATIONAL ^ m
COMPANY OF THE UNITED
STATES OF AMERICA,
ation, Plaintiff,
a corpor
versus
GUST OLSON and MARIE OLSON,
his wife, sometimes known as MARIE
B. OLSON; J. J- VOSSEN; SHER
IDAN COUNTY, MONTANA;
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, PLEN
TYWOOD. MONTANA, and KARL
J. KARLSON, Defendants.
TO BE SOLD AT SHERIFF'S
SALE, on the 24th day of May, 1924,
at the hour of two (2) o'clock P. M.
of said day, at the front door of the
county court house at Plenty wood,
Sheridan County, Montana, the fol
lowing described teal estât 0 , to-wit;
The North half of north half (N*4
NV 2 ) of Section twenty-four (24),
Township 36 North, Range 56 East
lot four ( 4 ) of section 18, and lot
one (1) of Section nineteen (19),
i'ownship 36 North, Range 57 East
M. M., containing 226 acres, more or
less, according to the Government
survey thereof; together with the
tenements, hereditaments and appur
tenances thereunto belonging or in
anywise appertaining.
Dated this 25th day of April, 1924.
RODNEY SALISBURY,
Sheriff.

TI1P nimri*, ~ 1C5 1
T Tnd UOR THu rni!S'
TANA^ ÎJ , I * ^ " COUN
HOWARD M. LEWIS &
JAMES G. WAGNER,
Attorneys for the Plaintiff,
Plentywooffi Montana.
3-t4
SHERIFF'S SALE *
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
j
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t> euDTcirpp.Tc.Lixr i
A rvr rvn? r u T? TSTPMW\r TE ^rojxr
S ' Ïtipt DV Pimv' !
V. SHELBY, and RLL'i KNUD
SON, Defendants.
TO BE
THE K 1 NYON INVESTMENT COM
PANY, a corporation, Plaintiff,
versus
Am i
SOLD £T., SHERIFF S 1
SALE, to the highest bidder for cash,,
on the 17th day of May, A. D. 1924 ,1
at the hour of 2 o clock in the af- j
ternoon of said day. at the front dqor j
of the Courthouse, in the town of
Plentywood, Sheridan County, Mon- ;
tana, the following described real es - 1
täte, located in Sheridan County,
Mmitana, to-wit: i
The Vest Half of the Northwest
Quarter (W l 2 NWU) and the ;
Northwest Quarter of the South- j
west Quarter (NW A SW 1 ^) and
the Southeast Quarter of the I
Northwest Quarter (SE14 NWU) j
of Section Ten (10) in Township 1
Thirty-four (34) North of Range i
Fifty-four (54) East of the Mon- ,
tana Meridian, j
together with all and singular the
tenements, hereditaments and appur
tenances thereunto belonging, or in
anywise appertaining. .
Dated this 22nd day of April. 1924.
RODNE\ SALISBURY,
Sheriff of Sheridan County, Mont.
ONSTAD & GREER,
Attorneys for the &Plaintiff,
Plentywood, Montana.
3-t4
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.
THE KINYON INVESTMENT COM
PANY. a corporation, Plaintiff,
versus
ALBERT O. BAKKEN, a single man,
THE BANKERS FARM
and
MORTGAGE COMPANY, ST.
PAUL, MINNESOTA, a corpora
tion, Defendants.
TO BE SOLD AT SHERIFF'S
SALE, to the highest bidder for cash,
on the 17th day of May, A, D, 1924,
at the hour of 2:00 o'clock in the af
ternoon of said day, at the front door
of the Court house, in the Town of
Plentywood, Sheridan County, Mon
tana. the following described real
estate, to-wit:
The North Half (NV 2 ) cf Sec
tion Thirteen (13) in Township
Thirty-seven (Twp. 37) North
of Range Fifty-four (Rge. 54)
East of the Montana Meridian,
in Sheridan County, Montana,
together with all and singular the
tenements, hereditaments and appur
tenances thereunto belcaiging, or in
anywise appertaining.
Dated this 22 nd day of April; A. D.
1924.
WILLIAM HASS, Plaintiff,
versus '
RICHARD HARDY, ADOLPH
MATTSON, MRS. ADOLPH
MATTSON Defendants
To be sold at Sheriff's Sale on the
24th day of May, 1924, at 2 P M of
said day at the front door of the
County Court House in the town of
Plentywood, Sheridan County, State
of Monana, to the highest and best
bidder for cash in hand the follow'
ing described real property, situated
in Sheridan County, Montana, towit:
The Southeast Quarter (SEM)
of Section twenty-six (Sec. 26),
Township thirty-seven (Twp. 37)
North of Range Fifty-three
Rge. 53) East of the Montana
Meridian, Montana, together with
all and singular belonging or in any
wise appertaining. '
Dated at Plentywood, Montana,
Mav 1st 1924.
RODNEY SALISBURY,
Sheriff of Sheridan County, Mont,
By A. E. ALDRICH,
Under-Sheriff.
RODNEY SALISBURY,
Sheriff of Sheridan County, Mont.
By A. E. ALDRICH.
Under-Sheriff.
ONSTAD & GREER,
Attorneys for the Plaintiff,
Plentywood, Montana.
3-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.
4-t4
ALIAS SUMMONS
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL DIS
TRICT OF THE STATE OF MON
TANA, IN AND FOR THE COUN
TY OF SHERIDAN,
J. H. McCRACKEN, Plaintiff,
versus
NELS ENGDAHL and SIGNE ENG
DAHL, his wife, SHERIDAN
COUNTY STATE BANK, a cor
poration, OSCAR S. GULL1CK
SON, Receiver for the Sheridan
County State Bank, a corporation,
T. L. BEISEKER, JOHN W.
SHELBY, ROGERS LUMBER
COMPANY', a corporation, STATE
BANK OF PLENTYWOOD, a cor
poration, N. L. NELSON, Re
ceiver for the State Bank of Plen
tywdod, a corporation, FISHBECK
& JARVIS REALTY COMPANY,
a corporation, FARMERS TRUST
COMPANY, a corporation, Defend
ants.
THE STATE OF MONTANA
„ , ,
Sends greetings to the above named
defendants and to each of them,
You , are hereby summoned to an S -
v: ' r th: ccrarlrunt thl = = ctlOT
which is filed in the office of the
Clerk of this Court, a copy of which
is herewith served upon one of you
in the County wherein any of you
reside, and tc. file your answer and
serve a copy thereof upon the plain
tiff's attorney within twenty days af
ter service of this Summons, exclu
sive of the day of service; and in
case of your failure to appear to
answer, judgment will be taken
against you by default, for the re
lief demanded in the complaint.
This is an action for the foreclos
ure of a certain real estate mortgage,
j dated November 1, 1916 made, <exe
! cuted and delivered by the defendants,
Nels Engdahl and Signe Engdahl to
T. L. Beiseker and thereafter duly
assi S ned to P laintiff > and recorded in
the office of the Clerk and Recorder
of Sheridan County, Montana, Nov.
13, 1916, in Book 126 on pages 305-8
thereof and also to foreclose the
equity cf redemption of each and all
of the defendants herein, in and to
the foll< > win K described real proper
*7» situated in Shendan County, Mon
tana to-wit; West half of section
fifteen (15) in township thirty-seven
(Twp. 37 ) North of range fifty-five
(R ge . 55 ) East c.f the Montana Mert
jj an Montana, and which mortgage
was given to secure the pavment of
$3000.00 and interest, that the plain
tiff herein is the present owner and
holder of the said note and said mort
gage; to recover the sum of three
thousand three hundred sixty and no
100 Dollars ($3360.00) together with
interest on said sum; to recover the
RUm 0 f $ 100.00 attorney' fees, $ 5.00
cos t of abstract of title and the costs
'and disbursements of suit; and furth
er> to procure a decree of this Court
for the foreclosure of said mortgage
and for the sale of said premises and
that the proceeds thereof may be ap
plied in payment of the amount found
( } ue herein; that the claims of all de
defendants so adjudicated and de
termined, and for other relief, all of
which more fully appears from plain
tiff's verified complaint on file herein,
to which reference is hereby made for
further particulars.
Witness my hand and the seal of
said Court this 7th day of May, A. D.
1924.
C. B. PETERSON.
Clerk of the District Court.
(Seal of the District)
Court
ARTHUR C. ERICKSON,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
Plentywood. Montana.
)
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5-t4
SUMMONS
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL DIS
TRICT OF THE STATE OF MON
TANA, IN AND FOR THE COUN
TY OF SHERIDAN.
E. J. LANDER & CO., a corporation,
Plaintiff,
vs.
MAX HUETH, LAURA C. HUETH,
RUDOLF
STEPHAN, THE FIRST NATION
AL BANK OF ANTELOPE, MON
TANA, a corporation, Defendants.
THE STATE OF MONTANA TO
THE ABOVE NAMED DEFEND
ANTS:
STEPHAN, ANNA
v 1 v „ne
wer the complaint in this act on
which is filed in the office of the
Clerk of this Court, a copy of which
file h vouT t answerin? P serve° U a an cop?
the re of 1 \i d cii the plaintiff's attorneys
within^ twenty* days after the service
of this summons, exclusive of the
day of service; and in case of your
failure to appear or answer, judg
ment will be taken against you by
default for the relief demanded in
the complaint.
This is an action to foreclose a
mortgage of: West half of Section
eighteen, Township thirty-four, North
of Range fifty-eight East of the
Montana Meridian, containing 320
acres, more or less, according to the
United States Government survey
thereof, together with all heredita
ments and appurtenances thereunto
belonging or in anywise appertain
ing; given by the defendants, Max
Hueth and Laura C. Hueth, to the
plaintiff on March 31, 1917; mortgage
recorded in Book 141 cf Mortgages
on pages 50L-2. in the office of the
County Clerk of Sheridan County,
Montana. Judgment is asked against
the said defendants Hueth for
$ 1012.00 with interest at 12 per cent
per annum on $124.00 from January
1 1921 to December 21, 1922, and on
$24.00 from December 21, 1922; on
$76 00 from January 1, 1921, on
$304.00 from January 1, 1922, on
$304.00 from January 1, 1923, and on
$304.00 from January 1, 1924; $100.00
attorneys' fees, $7.00 paid for ab
stract and plaintiff's costs; against
all the defèndants foreclosing the
mortgage and declaring the rights,
titles claims, interests or liens cf
the defendants or any of them, in, to.
or upon the premises subject to the
mortgage and to any decree herein,
and barring and foreclosing the de
fendants thereof, including equity of
redemnticJi; against the defendant
Max Hueth and Laura C. Huth, for
the deficiency, if any, remaining af
ter sale; and against all defendants
' for such relief as the court may
deem equitable.
Witness my hand and the seal of
said Court this 13th day of Febru
ary, 1924.
(Court Seal)
C. B. PETERSON,
Clerk.
HURLY & KLINE
Attorneys for Plaintiffs,
Glasgow', Montana
3-t4
ALIAS SUMMONS
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL DIS
TRICT OF THE STATE OF MON
TANA IN AND FOR THE COUN
TY OF SHERIDAN.
AUG. KLAVON, Plaintiff,
versus
ALBERT BRAATVEDT, SHERIDAN
COUNTY STATE BANK,
poration, OSCAR GULLICKSON.
Receiver for SHERIDAN COUN
TY STATE BANK, a corporation,
JOHN W. SHELBY, SHERIDAN
COUNTY - , MONTANA, a municip
al corporation T. L. BEISEKER
and FRANK BRISBIN, RICHARD
GRAYSON and JOHN GRAYSON,
Defendants.
THE STATE OF MONTANA
SENDS GREETINGS TO THE
ABOVE NAMED
AND TO EACH OF THEM.
a cor
DEFENDANTS,
You are hereby summoned to ans
wer the complaint in this action
which is filed in the office of the
Clerk of this Court, a copy of which
is herewith served upon one of you
in the County wherein any of you re
side, and to file your answer and
serve a copy thereof upon the plain
tiff's attorney wdthin twenty days
after service of this Summons, ex
clusive of the day of service; and in
case of your failure to appear to
answer, judgment will be taken
against you by default, for the re
lief demanded in the complaint.
This is an action for the foreclos
ure of a certain real estate mortgage,
dated June 15, made,
and delivered by the defendant,
bert Braatvedt to T. L. Beiseker and
thereaft°r duly assigned to plaintiff,
and recorded in the office of the
Clerk and Recorder of Sheridan
County, Montana, June 27, 1916, in
Book 113 on pages 502-3 thereof and
also to foreclose, the equity of re
demption of each and all the defend
ants heroin, in and to the following
described real property, situated in
Sheridan County, Montana, to-wit:
West half of the east half of Sec
tion thirty-two. (32) in township thir
ty-five (Twp. 35) North of Range
fifty-seven (Rge. 57) East of the
Montana Meridian Montana; and
which mortgage was given to secure
the payment of $1500.00 and inter
est, that the plaintiff herein is the
present owner and holder o.f the said
note and said mortgage; to recover
the sum of one thousand six hundred
eighty and no -100 dollars ($1680.00)
together with interest on said sum;
recover the sum of $ 100.00 attorney
fees, $5.00 cost of abstract of title
and the costs and disbursements of
suit; and further, to procure a de
cree of this Court for the foreclos
ure of said mortgage and for the
sale of said premises and that the
proceeds thereof may be applied in
payment of the amount found due
herein; that the claims of all defend-j
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Al
ants sc. adjudicated and determined,
and for other relief, all of which
more fully appears from plaintiff's
verified complaint on file herein, to
which reference is hereby made for
further particulars.
Witness my (hand and the seal of
said Court this 30th day of April,
A. D. 1924.
C. B. Peterson,
Clerk of District Court.
(Seal of the District Court)
ARTHUR C. ERICKSON,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
Plentywood, Montana.
ALIAS SUMMONS
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL DIS
TRICT OF THE STATE OF MON
TANA, IN AND FOR THE COUN
TY OF SHERIDAN.
AUG. KLAVON, Plaintiff,
versus
LARS ERICKSON, CLARA ERICK
SON, OTTO ERICKSON, SHERI
DAN COUNTY STATE BANK, a
corporation OSCAR S. GULLICK
g0 £ Rece ver (or sheri(ian Coun .
ty g ; ate Ban1f _ a corporation , T , L .
BEISEKER, and JOHN W. SHEI,
ßY Defendants.
THE STATE OF MONTANA
SENDS GREETING TO THE
ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS,
AND TO EACH OF THEM,
You are hereby summoned to ans
wer the complaint in this action
which is filed in the office of the
Clerk of this Court, a copy of which
is herewith served upon one of you
in each County wherein any cf you
reside, and to file your answer and
serve a copy thereof upon the plain
tiff's attorney within twenty days af
ter service of this Summons, exclu
sive of the day of service; and in case
cf your failure to appear or answer,
judgment will be taken against you
by default, for the relief demanded
in the complaint,
This is an action for the foreclos
ure of a certain real estate mortgage,
dated March 31, 1916 made, executed
and delivered by the defendant Lars
Erickson, to T. L. Beiseker and
thereafter duly assigned to plaintiff,
and recorded in the office of the Clerk
and Recorder of Sheridan County,
Montana, March 31, 1916, in Book
108 on pages 609-12 thereof and
which mortgage covers the following
described real property, situated in
Sheridan County. Montana, towit:
The southwest quarter (SW»4) of
section twenty-four (Sec. 24) in
township thirty-fiv e (Twp. 35) North
of Range fifty-three (Rge. 53) East
of the Montana Meridian, Montana;
and which mortgage was given to
secure the payment of $1500.00 and
interest, that the plaintiff herein is
the present owner and holder of the
said not e and said mortgage; to re
cover the sum of One thousand five
hundred ninety and no -100 dollars
($1590.00) together with interest on
said sum, recover the sum of $100.00
attorney fe^s, $5.00 cost of Abstract
cf Title and the costs and disburse
ments of suit; and further, to pro
1 cure a decree of this Court for the
foreclosure of said mortgage and for
the sale of said premises and that the
proceeds thereof may be applied in
payment of the amount found due
herein; that the claims of all defend
ants be adjudicated and determined,
and for other relief, all of which
more fully appears from plaintiff's
verified complaint on file herein, to
which reference is hereby made for
further particulars.
Witness my hand and the seal ol
said Court this 30th day of April,
A. D. 1924.
C. B. PETERSON,
Clerk of District Court.
By D. C. PETERSON,
Deputy.
(Seal of the District Court)
ARTHUR C. ERICKSON,
Attorney far Plaintiff,
Plentyw'ood, Mont.
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ALIAS SUMMONS
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL DIS
TRICT OF THE STATE OF MON
TANA, IN AND FOR THE COUN
TY OF SHERIDAN.
H. A. GRAHAM, Plaintiff,
versus
PEDER ANDERSEN, SHERIDAN
a cor
COUNTY STATE BANK,
poration. OSCAR GULLICKSON,
Receiver for SHERIDAN COUN
TY STATE BANK, a corporation,
JOHN W. SHELBY, WELLS
COUNTY STATE BANK,
poration, T, L. BEISEKER and
FRANK BRISBIN, Defendants.
THE STATE OF MONTANA
SENDS GREETING TO THE
ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS,
AND TO EACH OF THEM.
You are hereby summoned to ans
wer the complaint in this action
which is filed in the office of the
Clerk of this Court, a copy of which
is herewith served upon one of you
in the County wherein any of you
a cor-
your
serve a copy thereof upon the plain
tiff's attorney within twenty days af
ter service of this Summons, exclu
sive of the day of service; and in
case of your failure to appear to
answer, judgment will be taken
against you by default, for the re
lief demanded in the complaint.
This is an action for the foreclos
ure of a certain real estate mortgage,
dated July 1, 1916, made, executed
and delivered by the defendant Peder
Andersen to T. L. Beiseker and there
after duly assigned to plaintiff, and
recorded in the office cf the Clerk and
Recorder of Sheridan County, Mon
tana, July 11 , 1916, in Book 121 on
pages 14-17 thereof and also to fore
close the equity of* redemption of
each and all the defendants .herein,
in and to the following described
real property, situated in Sheridan
County, Montana, to-wit:
The Southwest quarter (SW X >4)
and west half of the southeast quar
ter (WSE 1 ^) of section twenty
four (Sec. 24) and north half of the
northwest quarter (N% NW*4) of
Section twenty-five (25) in town
ship thirty-five (Twp. 35) North
of range fifty-six (Rge. 56) East of
the Montana Meridian, Montana; and
which mortgage was given to secure
the payment of $3000.00 and interest,
that the plaintiff herein is the pres-
ent owner and holder of the said
note and said mortgage; to recover
the sum of three thousand five hund-*
red forty and no -100 dollars
($3540.00) together with interest
said sum; recover the sum of $ 100.00
attonrey fees, $5.00 cost cf abstract
of title and the costs and disburse-
ments of suit; and further, to pro-
cure a decree of this Court for the
foreclosure of said mortgage and for
the sale of said premises and that
the proceeds thereof may be applied
in payment of the amount found due
herein; that the claims of all defend-
ants so adjudicated and determined,
and for other relief, all of which
more fully appears from plaintiff's
verified complaint on file herein, to
which reference is hereby made for
further particulars.
Witness my hand and the seal of
said Court this 30th day of April,
A. D. 1924.
on
C. B. PETERSON,
Clerk cf District Court.
By D. C. PETERSON,
• _' Deputy.
(Seal of the District Court)
ARTHUR C. ERICKSON,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Plentywood, Mont.
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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.
EDWIN T. DAVIES, Plaintiff,
versus
NELS PETER E. MOE, and 1NGE
BORG MOE, his wife; JOHN W.
SHELBY; SHERIDAN COUNTY
STATE BANK, a corporation ; OS
CAR S. GULLICKSON, as Receiv
er of Sheridan County State Bank,
a corporation; WELLS COUNTY
STATE BANK,
WILLIAM MOE and MRS. MALI
CHRIST KNUDSON, Defendants.
TO BE SOLD AT SHERIFF'S
SALE, To the highest bidder for
cash, at the front doer of the Court
House, in the town of Plentywood,
Sheridan County; Montana, on the
31st day of May, A. D. 1924, at the
hour of 2 o'clock in the afternoon of
said day, the following described
real estate, to-wit:
The East Half of the North
west Quarter (E)4 NW^ 4 ) of
Section Twenty-five (25) and the
Southwest Quarter (SW14) and
the East Half of the Northwest
Quarter (E'/fe NW'i) of Sec
tion Twenty-four (24) in Town
ship Thirty-five (Twp. 35) North
of Range Fifty-two (52) East of
the Montana Meridian, in Sheri
dan County, Montana,—
together with all and singular the
tenements, hereditaments and appur
tenances thereunto belonging, or in
anywise appertaining.
Dated this 3rd day of May, A. D.
1924.
corporation;
a
y
RODNEY SALISBURY,
Sheriff of Sheridan County. Mont.
By W. B. NEWLON.
Deputy Sheriff.
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