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' SUCCEEDS J. E. WOOD ON HELENA JOB p E. I. Vidal ef Great Falls Will Be Retained By Erickson at Presi dent of State Tiiberealosis Sanitari at Galee. um Two more appointments have been announced by Governor J. E. Erickson. The governor de signaled J. E. Murphy of Silver Bow county to be state purchas inp agent, succeeding J.K. Wood, whose term expired April 1. „ a i R ° re ' ap , PC 'J lec l î? r * C. i K. \ ulal to be president o. the state tuberculosis sanitarium. Mr. Murphy is appointed for a four year and the appointment of the lent of the sanitarium is dur term prepl ing the pleasure of the governor. Dr. Vidal was first made chief of the tuberculosis sanitarium by G'ov Stewart, following the S. V. ernnr doctor's returned from overseas dur ing the World war. He was pointed by former Governor Dixon in 1921. Dr. Vidal is from Cascade reap count y. J E. Murphy has had a wide ex perience in the purchasing of sup • ' J I IF YOU HAVE A TROUBLESOME Send for a Bottle of • V • • - WINDSOR'S WONDER WORKER 4 j; —ABSOLUTELY HARMLESS—Coat ai.« m àrm o Can be GITBN tm Hm SMALLEST BABB. Hu ' • no equal far roughs and colds of ©vary deacrip ]' tion. Hade solely by af «ay kind— $ 1 . Per Bottle : Mrs. G. H. Wndser til *L 2nd St. ♦ •» »'• »» » a »«»» »»»» The Best Food Served As Yob like It 1 I ( / *1 a. L 1 Bring your family here for their meals, economical, and so your own cooking. It is more much less work than trying to do CITY CAFE HARRY KOIKE, Prop. 3 y > w I 0* and INSIST 1 y y SAY "BAYER ASPIRIN Unless you see the "Bayer Cross" on tablets you are not getting the genuine Bayer Aspirin proved 'safe by millions and prescribed by physicians 24 years foe Headache , Neuralgia Lumbago Rheumatism Colds * Pain V Toothache V» Neuritis \ e" ^ Accept only "Bayer 1 * package which contains proven directions. Bandy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tablets—Also bottles of 24 and 100—Druggists, ksplrln la the trade mark of Barer®Manufacture of llonoacetlcaddester of SaUcyttcaclft 90 ÔAD > GOOD > Mopnimo v Pop > / wFU- l DON'T LOOK IN MV NEW SPPING- OUTFIT - NIFTV PH. 7 ■*" WHV 0E OLD AN WEAR OLD CLOTHES WHEN VSP x DONT HAVE TO ? oo - la-la WDV Hßs. DWAftDö * WHAT À NICE SPRING/ DAV FRE S«/ OH WHAT A ^ g NICE LITTLE f ÖOV ~ HE Looks I JUST LIKE A HIS MOTHER FOLKS; IN OUR thank. YOU LITTLE MONKEY & o V a TOWN •\ 'S' /s S a 7 / * • m / 3 » What Did He Mean / M |V oY O 7 M k to ■>i ■ /, . * Z\ I » .v ) Edward McCullough IJ, \\W-> £ * * n ^2 V, / iV ~ I» AUTOCASTER plies. He served as purchasing ag ent for 14 years for the Davis-Daly Copper company of Batte. He is about 40 years of age, *nd is rieni and has lived in Silver Bow mar eoan ty for many years. During the last campaign, Mr. Murphy had charge of the speakers' bureau for the demo cratic state central committee. Great Northern Reestab |;.L M Serial D a |. «SUCS Special Kate on Dairy Cattle - I he Great Northern Railway has re-established special rate c.f 75 per I ceRt , of the Aguiar rate on dairy cattle consisting of milch cows heif ers, calves and bulls, in carload shin ments, from St. Paul, Minneapolis Superior, Wis., Duluth, and SioJix City, la., and similar points? to st£ tMns in Montana including the Plen tywood branch. i i Jenkins was sitting down to break fast and was astonished to see in the paper an announcement o,f his death He called up his friend Smith and asked: "Have you jeen the notice of my death in the paper," "Yes," replied Smith, you speaking from ? ». Where are >9 TAXPAYER DOES NOT KNOW WHETHER HERE OR SOMEWHERE EISE • HOME IS NOT WHAT IT USED • * TO BE BEFORE IMMIGRA- * TION OFFICERS "BLEW IN." • * In employing the honor system • * of asses £ n J t £ e Coanty Assessor * * meets with many perplexing* * Questions, and receives a great * * ma «y communications both seri- * * ° us an d comical. * * « The prize winner for 1925 * * reached the County Assessor's of- * * flee this week, and reads as fol- * * lows; * Mr. Aspelund: * The attached assessment filled * Ln. 1 do not know though wheth * er I should fill it or not, because * * the immigration outfit at Scobey * assures me 1 am not here, never * * was here and won't ever be here * * if he can help it. * I keep expecting to know some- • thing as to who l am and also * * where I am but I don't know yet. * * do you? * * ♦ * * * Believe, me, Yours truly, * * (SIGNATURE) * In the affidavit at the bottom * * of this assessment list, where * * the property owner states wheth- * * er he is or is not a resident of * * Sheridan County, Montana, he * * states "I can't answer this." * Nevertheless, this man, though • * he may be a foreign bom party, * * has honor and respect enough for * * this Country to report a mighty * * good assessment, and is more * * than willing to pay his share of * * the cost of government. * « CAMP FIRE NOTES Watch for the play glvan by Camp Fire Girls, "How Beth Camp Fire Honor." This will be giv en some time in May. The money from the play will go toward the camp fund. Tuesday morning the Camp Fire Girls hiked out to Marron's before school and had their breakfast. The Girls are selling "Salad Books" to raise money for supplies,«so don't turn them down when they come around. won the INGOMAR BANKER IS FREED The judgment of the federal dis trict court of Montana, Judge Charles N. Pray presiding, finding W. T. Craig, formerly president of the First National bank of Ingomar, guil ty of misapplying funds of the bank, has been reversed by the circuit court of appeals at San Francisco. The in dictment has been ordered quashed and Craig dismissed from custody. Craig was found guity last June and his punishment was fixed at 16 months in the federal prison, and a fine of $1,000. ß W ** 25 Ounces cfi 2Sa> S54 ÊSÔÀN GÜASANI] tv [*] flM Vi ml VA Ol ml ss ^ for 25 cents for over YEARS WHEN JtO -m w i w c ifr BOV fAltCD Bor Büro« nr soon ularhpp hbVomo'kt e*r k» <aki amp have rr rx?oz - A SI V „ BLONDE BESS 01 INES "Mother has ceased to worry about price of coal so 1 told her thi n -- of ice." Wise Man: " ! ell me what your Poets do and I'll tell you what their wives do. p! « to EASY DEDUCTIONS ' ' . Student; "The poet I know takes * n a H the beauties of nature." Wise Man: "His wife—washing." , LOT OF 'i HEM AROUND Knute: "Bertha is an awful shy." Billikins: "\oure right—shy in clothes. ♦ ♦ >• o o o EXPERIENCE SPEAKS Youth: "Doctor, what is cure for love-sickness ? Doc: "Seeing her before break a good y f fast. OOc SO THEY DID He: "Come on; Kiss and make up. She: "It's much better to do it that way. The new rouge I have rubs off awfully easy." 0 0 0 A CYNIC SPEAKS Griggins; "Poor ol' Bill, weak eyes. Truthful Tom: "Well, what can you expect? They are located in a weak place. He's got >• JAPAN'S ALIEN LAND ' ACT IS GIVEN APPROVAL Tokio, Japan, April 6.—The alien land ownership act passed by the house of peers op March 16, was ap proved by the lower house Monday and will become a law shortly. The law liberalizes conditions under which foreigners may obtain land in Japan and bars from land ownership citi zens of countries in which Japanese ar e prohibited from owning land. * * <*4^*4^^4^****4^4"K«î«*^*** I REAL ESTATE I I TRANSFERS « Rudolph Stephan et ux to Frank Buchwald, $50.00, part sec. 18-34-58. Frank Bruhholz to Pearl B. Ful kerson, $1.00, SE 1-4, 6-32-58. Christ H. Toedte et ux to Henry Toedte, $1.00, SW 1-4, 29-36-57. Nels K. Markuson et ux ta Peter T. Hegseth, $2000.00, lots 2, 3, blk. 11, Dooley. L. E. Rue et ux to Riba State Bank, $1.00, NW 1-4 NE 1-4, 12-37 Eng Torstens jn, Treas. to Abbie R. Harrison, $345.42, W 1-2 NE 1-4, pt E 1-2 NW 1-4, pt. SW 1-4 NW 1-4, 18-36-65. Irving L. Shippee to Elizabeth Shippee, $1.00, lands in 31, 32, 33 34 of 25-55, 5, 6, of 34-55 and 36-34-55. U. S. to John Eder of John P. Eder, patent, S 1-2, 22-32-62. John Eder or Jrhn P. Edjr et ux to A. E. Kelsty, $1.00, S 1-2 22-33 J. A. Johnson ot ux to Moliie John son, $100, lot i-1 blk. 12, orig. Plen tywood, lot ;> Hk. 3, Rues Add. 55. 52. SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL DIS TRICT OF THE STATE OF MON TANA, IN AND FOR THE COUN TY OF SHERIDAN. KANDIYOHI COUNTY BANK, a corporation, Plaintiff, vs. JOHN C. MORTENSEN, and MYR TLE MORTENSEN, his wife, ZACK SIMONSON, WILLIAM McKINLEY MORTENSEN; L. CHR. MORTENSEN; STATE BANK OF GRENORA, a corpora tion; L. R. BAIRD, Receiver of State Bank of Grenora, a corpora tion, and C. H. WILKINSON, De fendants. THE 'STATE OF MONTANA SENDS GREETINGS, to the above named defendants, and to each of THIS WEEK'S CROSS WORD PUZZLE T T ?-16 *8 7 10 II 9 IT W « [z IZ7 28 [51 129 30 ;37 [36 ■ 58 [33 •O, prt Rr 42 MS 46 47 50 LSI 52 \y. [54 [53 55 1 w_ B9 61 56 a 7 58 60 ez 63 II [6i [67 BY ELIZABETH EMBUEE VERTICAL 1. One of th e fruits of the spirit enumerated by Paul. This cnoss-world puzzle, as arran ged by Miss Elizabeth Embree, pre ment of the cross-word puzzle. We warned you last week that this week 's puzzle would be a "sticker," so if you aren't prepared for it, you can't bame us. Anyway, it will prove to you just how much—or how little — you know of your ruble. HORIZONTAL 1. Greatly afflicted, but firm in his faith in God. 4. Title of Christ in Rev. signifying "First." 9. "A chief ruler about David." 12. An ellipse. 13. Half shaved from David's sengers as a humiliation. 14. An image. 15. A yelping bark. 16. Confused type. 17. Conjunction. 19. Obedient, (abbr.) 20. What Paul endured yet gloried in. 21. Mother of Hezekiah. (Shortened form.) 23. Suffix denoting an agent or doer. 26. Woman's girdle. 27. Given name of companion erf Paul's first missionary journey. 31. Animal of cat tribe. (American lion.) 32. Affirmative. 33. Diminutive of name of one erf Christ's followers. 34. One of the first cities conquered by Joshua during his conquest of Palestine, 37. What the woman did with her hair to our Lord's feet. 40. Sunday School. (Abbr.) 41. What Paul described as "Nothing in the world." 43. Well known tree,—mentioned by Hosea. (iv: 13) 44. Jacob's brother. 46. City of Kansas—also feminine name. 47. Place where Paul saw the from Macedonia. 48. Name born e by several Popes. 49. East India, (abbr.) mes U man >• 52. North Latitude (abbr.) 53. Paul's attitude toward Christians before his conversion. 66. Done by Jesus before nis dis ciples to convince them of the reality of his resurrection body. 58. Number of loaves used to feed the four thousand, (abbr.) 59. Mountain in Asia Minor. , 62. Level, smooth. 63. Anger. 64. Place where John Baptist worked for a time. 66. Color of a horse seen by St. John in his wonderful vision. 66. One who sings the lowest part. 67. Obtain. * them: You ar e 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 you reside, and to file your answer, and serve a copy thereof upon plaintiff's attorney within twenty days after service of this summons, 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 action is brought for the pur pose of obtaining a judgment against the defendants John C. Mortensen and Myrtle Mortensen, his wife, for the sum of Two Thousand Dollars ($2000) with interest at 6 per cent from thfe first day of November, 1924, until March 18th, 1925, and at 10 per cent per annum from March 25th, 1925 until entry of judgment; the sum of $120.00 together with inter est at 10 per cent from December 1st, 1922, until entry of judgment; the sum of $120.00 together with interest at 10 per cent from December 1st, 1923 until entry of judgment, and the of $120.00 tog^fher with interest at 10 per cent from December 1st, sum Eggs. 3. Popular name of the "Fore-run ner. 4. Jewish Passover month. t 5. Definite article. (Fr.) 6. First mentioned of Paul's con verts. 7. Hour, (abbr.) 8. An entrance or passage. 9. Capital of Lycaonta. Visited by Paul on first missionary journey. 10. Steal. 11. Insect used by Solomon to point an injunction to industry. 16. Fasten together. 18. Falsehood. 21. Province evangelized by Paul. 22. Exist. 24. Short meter, (abbr.) 25. Paul's native city. 27. People to whom the Gospel was first preached. 28. A willow used tor basket work. 29. Used in illness. 30. Mournful. 35. Condition of men found in Mar ket place. Matt. 20:3, 6. 36. A winglike organ. 38. Their wicked plot foiled when discovered by Paul's nephew. 39. Fabric used for clothing. 40. Paul's early name. 42. What scribes and Pharisees did with the weightier matters of the law." 45. A part of Christian worship. 50. Son of Benjamen. 51. Fruit frequently mentioned in Bible. 54. Province evangelized by Paul during his first missionary jour ney. 55. Adam's wife, (poss.) 56. Contraction of 'ever. 57. A salutation. (Hail.) 60. Female deer. 61. Same as eleven vertical. " ANSWER TO LAST WEEK CROSS-WORD PUZZLE n CLE SEClH A u n I O T O t> A L R O SsSxMîI t c o l öiNiBinB N O T 5 LISTE gjRlöp il E kin Pli E IBBB ra _ iä idüQBCt m _jQB fijQö saisi 3H3E o EBCata aasiBB aaciaia G â]nTg D A 1924, until entry of judgment; and costs of abstract of title, reasonable attorney's fees, and costs of this ac tion; and for the purp©se of fore closing a mortgage given to secure the above sums by John C. Morten sen, and Myrtle Mortensen, to the Tallmen Investment Company, there after assigned to Andrew Larson, and thereafter duly sold, *ssrgned and set over to th eplaintiff herein, all of which more fully appears from the complaint on file herein, tp reference is hereby made for further particulars, and the lands and prem ises described in said mortgage be ing as follows, to-wit: The Northeast Quarter ( NE *4 ) erf Section Twenty one (21) in Township Thirty-two (Twp. 32) North of Range Fifty eight (Rge. 58) East of the Montana Meridian. WITNESS my hand and the seal of this Court this 28th day of April, A. D. 1926. which D. J. OLSON, Clerk of the District Court. By A. M. HANSEN, Deputy Clerk. First Publication, May 1, 1925. Second Publication, May 8, 1925. Third Publication May 15, 1925. Fourth Publication, May 22, 1925. (Court Seal) BIG CROW ATTENDS LAST SERMON Suspected of heresy, the Rev. Har ry Emerson Fosdick, author of a de vout book on "The Meaning of Pray er," preached his farewell sermon in New York, to an overflowing church. Some of his heresies Dr. Fosdick mentioned. "I do not believe our present economic system is Christian, and I have said so." Could anything be more heretic, or more Christian? He added: "I do not believe that our present international life is Chris tian, and I have said so. I deplore the cruelties of our modern' indus trialism. I abhor war and I never expect to bless another one. These things I have stood for here Christian minister, heretics of bygone times are revered. 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