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ers, but very local in character, but
we have not given up the hope of
more rains yet this period as it runs
to the 19th inclusive ,and the wind
still holds in the East indicative of
storms organizing west of'us.
The cloudy weather predicted is
with us and will probably continue to
be cloudy considerable of the time for
ten days yet and this will cover the
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Reserve District No. 9
te of Montana, Close of Business on June 30,
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—$ 59,036.16 $59,036.15
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ASTRONOMY AND
OUR WEATHER
By Prof. G. R. Pettie
At this writing, July 17th, reports
are coming of some scattering show
Charter No. 11078
REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
at Raymond in the
1924.
RESOURCES
Ix>an and discounts, including rediscounts, acceptances
of other banks, and foreign bills of exchange or drafts
sold with indorsement of this bank .
Overdrafts, secured, none; unsecured $3.05
U. S. Government securities owned:
Deposited to secure circulation (U. S. bonds par value)
Other bonds» .sloc ks, se curities, etopSn...vm....
Banking House, $8ôüDû; Furniture and fixtures, $2,082,79
Real estate owned other than banking house.
lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank. „ .
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 2 preceding items.. . .
Total of above two items .2,458.56
Checks and drafts on banks (including Federal Reserve
Bank located outside cf city or town of reporting bank
Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. Treasurer
15,000.00 15,000.00
. 8,115.31
.— . 2,882.79
. 16,655,36
872.17
2,354.56
104.00
146.87 !
750.00
146.87
Total
$105,920.26
$ 25,000.00
1 , 000.00 !
120.30
15,000.00
522.90
LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in .
Surplus fund .
Undivided profits .
Circulating notes outstanding
Cashier's checks outstanding
Demand deposits (other than bank deposits) subject to Reserve
(deposits payable within 30 days):
Individual deposits subject to check.
Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days (other than for
money borrowed) .
State, county, or other municipal deposits secured by pledge of
assets of this bank or surety bond. r
1 otal of demand deposits (other than bank deposits)
subject to Reserve, above three items.*.$13,699.86
l ime deposits subject to Reserve (payable after 30 days, or sub
ject to 30 days or more notice, and postal savings):
Certificates of denosit (other than for money borrowed)
Pills payable (including all obligations representing money bor
rowed oth^r than rediscounts) .
Notes and bills rediscounted, including acceptances of o' her barks
and fore!gn bills of exchange or drafts sold with indorsement
of this bank .
120.30
9,188.68
1,011.18
3,500.00
20,850.06
4,800.00
24,927.14
State of Montana, County of Sheridan, ss:.$105,920.26
}• Z ?:, We u dt ' v * p * & Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly
swear that the above statement is true t 0 the best of my knowldge and be
F. H WENDT,
... Vice President & Cashier,
sworn to before me this 10th day of July, 1924.
H. S. JORDAN,
at Rajmond, Montana.
Subscribed and
Notary Public for the State of Montana, Residing
My commission expires June 27 1926
Correct—Attest:
MINNIE PAPPENFUS
HENRY A. HILL
ELSIE HILL, Directors,
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The Provincial Exhibition
Regina, July 28—Aug. 2
THE BIG ANNUAL HOLIDAY
THOUSANDS OF EXHIBITS
HORSE RACES
Tuesday—Wednesday—Thursday—Friday
Auto Races
Midway
Of New Shows and Riding Devices
Monday and Saturday
Grandstand Performances
Every Afternoon and Evening
There's No Other Event in Saskatchewan That
Can Equal It
Sl * B,g pP ay \? f Excitement and Instructive Entertainment that
Every Member uf the Family Will Find a Real Treat
REDUCED RATES ON THE RAILWAYS
Automobiles Admitted Free to the Grounds
5~ï' July 28, 29. 30, 31, Aug. 1, 2
i hen bring the lamily along and have the time of Your Life
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next two storm periods but this is
not as strong as period of the first
half of June, but look for shower cf
a local character around the 22nd and
28th with some scattering hail but
not strong for hail.
The first four days of August are
in a reactionàry storm period but
with no combination, so we look for
clear weather most of the first seven
days of August. Then we have a
storm period central the 9th, 15th,
20th and 26th with influences getting
stronger at the last period.
How many have noticed the bright,
beautiful star that crosses .the meri
dian about 8 or 9 o'clock and is now
in the western sky by 12 o'clock, and
how many realize that this is Jupiter,
the largest planet in our system—
1400 times as large as the Earth and
has eight moons according to Isabel
M. Lewis of the Washington observa
tory.
By 12 o'clock Mars is well up in
the eastern sky and in August the
Earth passes between planet and the
Sun. Mars has two small moons. ,
In our netx article, we will tell
how the movements of these other
worlds effect our world and bring our
weather changes. At this writing
forest fires are raging in the three
Pacific Coast States: Montana, Idaho
and British Columbia.
COMERTOWN MAN
LAUDS THOMPSON
Says If Nation Had More Men Like
Hominy, There Would Be Less
Stealing By the Outlaw Corpora
tions.
Plentywood, Mont.
July 14, 1924.
Producers News,
Gentlemen :
I certainly appreciate the pluck and
truly American principle of "Hominy
Thompson, in his stand fc.r right, jus
tice and equality. If we had more men
c.f his stamp the outlaw corporations
would not be stealing all the wealth
of this nation.
We must all line up with the Farm
er-Labor party and own the railroads,
together with all other public utili
ties.
Yours sincerely,
H. P. FOSTER.
Ü. S. DEPT OF AGRI
CULTURE FIGHTING
BARBERRY
Representatives Now in Sheridan
County Getting Data—Barberry
News Office.
Richard C. Ross and Clement H.
Griffith, representing the U. S. De
partment of Agriculture arrived in
Plentywood Tuesday and since that
lime have been in localities where
the common barberry bush was said
to be located, and have been survey
ing field for rust. The two depart
ment officials report that they have
discovered no signs of any barberry
bushes as yet or any signs of rust,
although some fields of grain have
been badly burned by the terrific heat
of the first of this week.
The U. S. Department of Agricul
ture intends to put on an intensive
campaign against th e barberry bush,
the breeding ground of the rust germ,
and Messrs. Ross and Griffith would
be greatly pleased tojiear from any
one in this county or "elsewhere, who
has any barberry on their place
who have knowledge as to the where
abouts of any of the noxious bushes.
For the benefit of those who do not
know what the barberry bush looks
like, a specimen has been left at the
Producers News office by the agricul
tural representatives, which was dug
up at Great Falls.
Messrs. Ross and Griffith will be in
Sheridan county about a month and
anyone desiring to get in touch with
them will be able to do so at Plenty
wood, as they will make their head
quarters in this city while conducting
their investigations,
John Carr, Jr., Melvin Bretzke and
Elder Gunderson returned Tuesday
from Utah, where they have been at
tending Citizens Training Camp.*
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Joe McBurney of Raymond was a
Plentywood caller Tuesday.'
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Alice Earner, who has been a pa
tient at the hospital for the past few
weeks, was taken to. her home in this
city Sunday.
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Yours for a free press—Boycott
the Boy cotters.
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NOT1PF to mvTo \k'TORS AND
NOIRE TO CONTRACTOR» ainu
DEALERS .
Sealed proposals will be received
by the Board of School District No.
22, Sheridan County, Montana, at the
clerks office up to 6:00 o clock P. M.
on the 4th day of August, 1024 tor
furnishing material and constructing
a school building for the School Dis
tnct plans for which are on hie at
the office of the clerk, Medicine Dake,
Montana.
Proposals must be addressed to the
S t rk , °tv the Boar(1 of TrUS ^t es ., of
School District No. 22, Shendan
County, Montana, and must contain
a certified check or its equivalent,
made payable to said Clerk, m an
amount equal to three (3 per cent) ot
the amount of the bid.
Plans and specifications may be
seen, and blank forms for pioposa
procured from the Clerk of the
Board of Trustees of said District.
Separate proposals for furnishing
material, construction of building a
hauling of material w T ill be consider
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cd.
The right is reserved to reject any
or all bids.
FRANK D. STRINGER,
Chairman.
JACOB JACOBSON,
Clerk.
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Sheridan County will offer for sale
at Public Auction for cash, one Avery
40-80 traction engine in good condi
tion. very suitable for threshing and
plowing. Sale to be held at the
front door of the County Commis
.sioners office at plentywood, Mon
tana, on August 4th, at 3:00 o'clock
P. M. The Beard of County Com
missioners reserve the right to re
ject any and all bids.
By order of the Board of County
Commissioners.
By B. K. O'GRADY, Clerk.
By JOHN C. O'GRADY, Deputy.
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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 O FSHERIDAN:
MARY A. THOMPSON, Plaintiff,
versus
FRANK LOUTZENHISER and MA
MIE G. LOUTZENHISER, his
wife; THE CITIZENS STATE
BANK OF ANTELOPE, MON
TANA, a corporation; F. D.
MORCK, Receiver, The Citizens I
State Bank of Antelope, Montana,
a corporation, Defendants.
To be sold at Sheriff's Sale on the
9th day of August, A. D. 1924, at
two o'clock P. M.. at the front door
of the Court House at Plentywood,
Montana, in the said County of Sheri
day, State of Montana, the following
described property, to-wit:
NW%, Sec. 36, SW(4, Sec. 25, T.
34 N. R. 55 E. M. M. Together with
the tenements, hereditaments and ap
purtenances thereunto belonging or
in anywise appertaining.
Dated this 17th day of July, A. D.
1924.
RODNEY SALISBURY,
Sheriff.
H. L. WOLFE,
Attorney for the plaintiff,
Malta, Montana.
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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.
EDWARD S. LEE, Plaintiff,
versus
WYMAN P. SANDY, MARIE SAN
DY; STELLA ROBINSON; A. L.
DESONIA; JACK WAGNER and
GEO L ROBINSON, individually,
and as the Board of School Trus
tees of Schciol District No. 40,
Sheridan County, Montana, and
DORA SELVIG, Defendants.
TO BE SOLD AT SHERIFF'S
SALE, on the 9th day of August,
1924, at the hour of two (2) o'clock
P. M. of said day, at the front door
c.f the county court house at Plenty
wood, Sheridan County. Montana, the
following described real estate, to
wit :
Lots ten (10), eleven (11) and
twlve (12), of Block six (6) of the
original townsite of Outlook, Mon
tana, according to the map or plat
of the survey thereof on file and of
record in the office of the Clerk and
Recorder c.f Siheridan County, Mon
tana;
together with the tenements, heredi
taments and appurtenances thereunto
belonging or in anywise appertaining.
Dated this 17th day of July, 1924.
RODNEY SALISBURY,
Sheriff.
HOWARD M. LEWIS &
JAMES G. WAGNER,
Attorneys for the Plaintiff,
Plentywood, Montana.
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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.
GEORGE P. RICE, Plaintiff,
Versus
ELLINE WAGNILD; ELLINE WAG
NILD, Administratrix of the Estate
of Christian Edwin Wagnild, de-
ceased; STATE BANK OF PLEN
TYWOOD, a corporation; OLE N.
WOLD, MARTIN WOLD; SE
CURITY STATE BANK OF OUT
LOOK, a corporation; OLUF ÖD
LAND and....ODLUND, his
wife, whose true name is to plaintiff
unknown ; THE STATE OF MON
TANA; SHERIDAN COUNTY,
MONTANA, a quasi-municipal cor
poration, Defendants.
THE STATE OF MONTANA
Sends greetings 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 tihe office of the
Clerk of this Court; a copy of which
herewith served upon one of you
each county wherein any of you
reside, and to file your answer and i
serve a copy thereof upon the plain- ;
tiff's attorney within twenty days.
after service of this Summons, exclu-,
^ Qf ^ day of ^5 and in
case of your failure to appear or ans - 1
judgment will be taken against
. default> for the re lief de- :
manded the complaint,
Thig action ig br0U ght to foreclose
certain rea l estate mortgage exe-;
cuted and de i iver ed by the defendant
Edine Wagnild and one Christian
wagnild, ber husband, now deceased
^ state Bank of Plentywood on De
cember 4th, 1917, to secure the pay
ment of a note in the sum of $3,000.
and interest, which mortgage was 1
filed jn the 0 ffi ce o f the Clerk and
jj ecorder 0 f Sheridan County, Mon- !
on December l9th 19 i7, at 4:00 |
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lg4 of M ort g a ges on page 74 and
which mortgage was thereafter as
gigned to plaintiff, who is now the
owner and holder thereof. Plaintiff
daims thel . e is (lue thereon $3180.00
and interest> bes ides cost of abstract,
attorney f ees am j cos t s and seeks to
have said mortgage foreclosed and
rea j estate described therein sold
to satisfy the amount due there
on, all of which* more fully ap
pears from plaintiff's complaint filed
in the office of the Clerk of this Court
at Plentywood, Montana.
The real estate described in said
mortgage and above referred to is
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situate in Sheridan County, Montana,
and described as S% S 1 /^ of Sec. 29;
EVz SE(4 of Sec. 30; NE »4 NE *4 of
Sec. 31; NW(4 of Sec. 32, Twp. 36
N., Rg3. 54 E. M. M.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this court this 18th day of July,
1924.
(Seal)
C. B. PETERSON,
Clerk.
PAUL BABCOCK,
Plentywood, Montana.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
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SECURITY COMPANY OF MEDI-)*
CINE LAKE, Medicine Lake. Mon- |
tana, a corporation, Plaintiff,
versus j
ISAAC M. McCUNE and LEONA f
O. McCUNE, his wife, NELS JOR- X
GEN ANDERSEN, a single
(also known as Niels Jorgen An
dersen), NIELS POULSEN, (also «
known as Niels Paulsen) and KIR- ! 4»
STINE POULSEN his wife, E. W. 2
PALUTZKE, THÉ STATE OF X
MONTANA, a body politic
corporate, THE ST. ANTHONY & %
DAKOTA ELEVATOR COMPANY, 4»
a corporation, SECURITY STATE *f
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BANK OF MEDICINE LAKE, %
MONTANA, a corporation, and S.
C. FAABORG, as Receiver of the
Security State Bank, Medicine
Lake. Montana, a corporation, De
fendants.
To be sold at Sheriff's Sale, on the
9th day of August A. D. 1924, 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 Mon
tana, to the highest bidder for cash
the following described Real Es
tate, situated, lying ai d being in the
County of Sheridan, State of Mon
tana, to-wit:
The Northwest quarter of Section
Ten (10), and the Southwest quarter
of Section Three (3), all in Township
Thirty-two (32) North of Range
Fifty-seven (57) East cf the Mon
tana Meridian, Montana.
And more particular all the right,
title, claim and interest of the above
named defendants, in and to the Real
Property hereinbefore described.
Dated at Plentywood, Montana, this
16th day of July, 1924.
RODNEY SALISBURY,
Sheriff of Sheridan County, Mont.
By A. E. .ALDRICH.
Under-Sheriff.
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GRANT BAKEWELL,
Medicine Lake, Montana
Attorney for Plaintiff.
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BOY SCOUTS HAYE
SPLENDID TIME
About 8:00 o'clock Monday morning !
thirteen eager boys set out for a I
glorious week's camp in cars belong- !
ing to Messrs. Comer, Zeidler, Wood, i
Guenther and Boone.
Upon reaching Brush Lake the
boys immediately pitched tent. The
day was then spent in mixed w T ork
and play but following the first day,
the regular schedule below was ob
served :
6:30 Reveille.
7:00 Breakfast.
8:30 Tent inspection.
8:30 to 11:00 Games.
11:00 Swimming.
12:00 Dinner
1:00 to 2:00 Study Hour.
2:00 to 4:00 Games.
4:00 Swimming.
6:00 Supper.
9:00 Taps
Wednesday seven boys left camp
at 8:30 for a 14 mile hike which
part of the requirements of the 1st
class test. Odd moments were filled
with whatever the remaining Scouts
wished to do.
Thursday was visitors' day, during
which the Scouts "filled up" on home
cooking. In the afternoon there was
a ball game in which the visitors tri
umphed over the Scouts by a score of
9 tc. 8.
Friday the Scouts engaged in a
game of ball with the Grenora I. O.
O. F. team. This time the Scouts
7 to 4.
Friday was also test day. _
Mitchell, Gibson Zeidler, Vernon Hov
en, Alvin and Raymond Guenther,
John Nakken and Archie Hunt took
the 1st class test.
Roy Guenther, Arnold Mitchell,
Curtis Stenehjem and Lee Hair took
the 2nd class test and Lewis Riba and
Raymond Erickson the tenderfoot.
Saturday evening the Scouts
turned to Plentywood well pleased
with the week's camp.
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Free Lect
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BY
Mr. B. B. Sibley
Lubrication Expert of the Continental Oil Co. Will
Give an Interesting Talk on
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Kollman Building
July 19, 1:30 p. m.
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Cream Oil Soap, 3 bars...*.
10 Bars Fels Naptha Soap .
Large Size Pork & Beans.
Monarch Saur Kraut, No. 3 can
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Your Approval.
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Goods the Whole Month of July.
Don't Forget
The Week-end Dance and Entertainments at
DANCE EVERY SATURDAY EVENING AND
SUNDAY
SWIMMING—The Beach and Water Is Fine.
For Special Picnics or Outing Consult Me. Everybody
is Welcome.
J. J. JOHNSON, Mgr.
For DISTRICT JUDGE
on Republican Ticket
Vote for
L J. Onstad
At Primary
AUGUST 26, 1924
Adv. paid by L. J. Onstad

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