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■T' D* 1 S 925 a°t n 2-00 A. D. 19-0, at 00 .•ountv 1 Courthouse l>vXwood Sheridan to the hiebest aS , h iu w,! ,,-fhpH rwl nrn'npnv I-,, r!iintr r0P M , ' ■ | 1,dan C0Unt5 ' MOn - if Thirty's "en Th ( 37) lit K Ä ÄS) n ■ v.e 51 1 ia:ia Meridian. Montana, Plenty wood, Montana, ■ June, A. D. 1925. i,> ;i 'VE Y SALISBURY. heri f Sheridan County, Mont N oTKE OF SHERIFF'S SALE tv THE DISTRICT COURT OF thF TWENTIETH JUDICIAL DIS Hfrr OF THE STATE OF MON I.vl IN \M> FOR THE COÜN TA "EKn)AX. a WHENCE LANGER. Plaintiff, ' ' versus enFDEKICK A. WESTPHAL; OUT TOOK LUMBER COMPANY, a . FIRST NATIONAL ' i'i ENTYWOOD, a cor H A. STREETER. Re The First National Bank Plenivwoocl, a corporation, De ronio BANK ot P« ceivet let To be llliv 25th da o'clock i froi in tne w" County. Y be.-t bidnei following situa tuna, 1 m ii : Dated this 13-t; NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE TW ENTIETH JUDICIAL DIS TKICT OF THE STATE OF MON j \\\, IN AND FOR THE COUN TY uF SHERIDAN. LAWRENCE LANGER, Plaintiff, versus C. W. WESTPHAL, administrator of the estate of Amos. Westphal, de ceased; OUTLOOK LUMBER COMPANY. a corporation; THE FIRST NA TIONAL BANK OF PLENTY WOOD, MONTANA, a corporation, and H. A. STREETER as Receiver of the First National Bank of Plentywood, Defendants. WESTPHAL; CLARA To he -old at Sheriff's Sale on the 25th bay of July, 1925. at 2:00 o'clock P. M. of said day at the front door of the County Courthouse in the town of Plentywood, Sheridan Coun tv, Montana, o the highest and best bidder for cash in hand, the following desciibed real property, situated in Sheridan County, Montana, to-wit: The West half ( W V6) c.f Section! Thirty-two (32) Township Thirty seven (37) North of Range Fifty four (Rge. 54) East of the Montana Meridian, Montana. Done in open Court this 30th day of June, A. D. 1925. RODNEY SALISBURY, Sheriff of Sheridan County, Mont 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. versus CARI TRUM B I F " H p pdctpp aJnlidrtrator of the ekL ifK E. Tnimble decease!• RICH A PD GRAYSON JOHN CRAY^nv QW dan Soti Po u S0N * Shei ticn- OSCAR CUT T irKQf?N C °r rP0 ^ a ' «S3 Ï T d TH^M?SON ttnS gsy« STREETER, The' Pirtt National Rank nf Pinnt,., a 6 ^ irst poration- M M f VOPTO v I' & C °f~ JUUAJ YCOBSON ^ A^pTrtf BABCOCK and CUÄIO L R T PT nnsv" k and CL1MÜ R. ELLERY, Defendants, To i, P ^,i ( i ui ATUff, 0 , ,, 25th dav' of pa v Sh A ff rf on f th n o'clock P M , ■ ' A ', D - \ 92 i' at •? door of 'the r „ft r ay f i he front the town 0 f C pÄ C ° U l t in Countv Mnrt'i! f J th 00d i' Sheridan beTbidile, - th î hl a gh f? lowin.r ! 1 h ! n hand ' the fol_ ated in vherHnn r P ro P er ^ y » /itu to-wit; ' County, Montana, Ti " ,r I J 0 f Sectloii" 1 (,l ^ ter Northeast Quarter of th^NorS. 6 Qcarter . Mpi/ Section Six (6) WwSThirtv three (33) and the Eart h-df of the Southeast iuarterlPUWiD i' Section fhirtv n/ Ship 1 hirtv-foU? 341 N^k nf Rar. K e Fiftv-six /Ifil nf the M . n tana Merî n m Date at Plent-wn ^ \r M f ana ;v,* ->t dav of Julv À r> loot; 011 ana ^ 1S pi' Q ',??• Rodnej Salisbury, , neriff of Sheridan Publish Jul- Ä Montana. ■ -4 GLADYS FREUDENBERG, Plaintiff, ALIAS SUMMONS TI P rv vÏÏ STRICT COURT OF T (T JUDICIAL DIS T \\7 STATE OF MON OF SHERIDAN.™" THE C ° UNTY J °HN DINGLER, Plaintiff. Äf®»' a widow * THE tekope jSS BANK 0F an FHED D MORCK p a p or P ora Uon, Citizens iS Receiv er of the of Antelope, a Hnvv°v GE L ' ONSTAD U ^EN, Defendants. sSis Jrli- TE 0F MONTANA ,lef endanf flr !i n8:8 i?. tbe ab «ve named f 7 o ant Anna P P eSf Iy to the de - '-''« U thV„N r t hy s " m »noned to an ^ich is filed in « tWs action of Court ? he °® œ of ^ Clerk urt ' a c °Pv of which is here c °rporati and 0. fi. on the plaintiff's Attorney within twenty days after servi« „f this sum mons, exclusive of th e day of service and in case of your failure to aTOeai answer, judgment will be tK against you by default for the relief demanded in the complaint. This action is brought to foreclose a certain real estate mortgage made, ant Ann a Petersen 1 to * The' 16 Citi State Rant- nf intainno C tizens RR secure the P pavment Ct of e . r promissory note in the sum nf <ti4nn a 00 ««S bv sSd defSnt 1 date <îüe on Ortiw 1.* ,o,S S -.v internst. VhtoiPmortgagfw^LTl!; the office of the Clerk and Recorder of Sheridan County, Montana, on Oc tober 2nd, 1914 and recorded in Book 72 of Mortgages on pages 181-3, and W *T H mortga - e was thereafter sold and assigned to plaintiff by written flle a in the . offic e of the S i S1 R To°7r der of " aid County on ÎÎ ^ 1Ath ' 19 \ 5 ' recorded in Book 73 °f Assignments on page 4e 9 , and by ^cj 1 , mortgage said defendant trans ferred aad mortgaged to said mortga i NW«yt"v N F<Fi ; h Ï iffF'IP»" 9 toi herid™ rt C h ou 0 nty E Mf„tSa E an M d u ^ on which note secured by said mort gage plaintiff claims there i?du?tb P turn of $1400.00 ™th intereS thereon at 12 per cent per annmT from D e cemebr 1st, 1922; the sW, S $16 00 for continuing abstract and the sum! 1 of $250.00 Attorney tees; and further seeks to have said mortgage fore I closed and said real estfte sold to satisfy the amount due thereon, to .ether with costs and after said sale all ZKS ÄpjäÄ plaintiff's complaint on Me herein. Witness ray hand and the seal of this Court this 11th day of June, 1925. D. J. OLSON, or (COURT SEAL) 1 Paul Babcock, Attorney for Plaintiff, Plentywood, Montanaa. Clerk. By A. M. Hansen, Deputy Clerk. 11-4 ALIAS SUMMONS T} 1Y TWENTI1 FTîT^ TITIMpVIY^ n?« m Æ raÆ ï? ™ Æ' | STATE OF MON THE COUNTY : U * »BURIDAN, | I | „ SHERIDAN COUNTY STATE BANK, a coporation, acting by and through O. S. GULLICKSON, Re ceiver of said bank, Plaintiff, JACOB RONNING, JOHN W. SHEL NATIONAL BY, THE FIRST BANK OF ANTELOPE, MON TANA, a coporation, CITIZENS STATE BANK OF ANTELOPE, MONTANA, a corporation, F. D, MORCK, Receiver of Citizens State Mh tiicWm: Eûmî a s R DA H Y G. D. DAY, her husband, ST. ANTHONY & DAKOTA ELEVAT OR COMPANY, a corporation, T. L. BEISEKER and EJ^m LUTZKE, Defendants. W. PA THE ^^E OF MONTANA Sends greeu^^j^the above-named defendants, and t^l^^vf them: You are hereby sumU^^kto ans we Y tb ? complaint in thT^Sfl^jpn Yf blcb fi^ ed i p - the office oi^ne P 1 «* Court, a copy of which 18 ^ ere ^ 1 , th served u P on each of you, and to file your answer and serve a c °Py thereof upon the plaintiff's At torney within twenty days after ser s — 'y™ demanded h "> *««* f a certain real estate mortgage made, èxecuted and delivered on the 15th day of Member, 1917, by the de t enda , nt Jacob Ronnin ^ to one T. L. Beiseker to secure the payment of a promissory note in the sum of $2500.00 and interest executed and deliv ered by said Jacob Ronning to said T. L. Beiseker on said date, due on tbe 15th day of November, 1922, and by which said mortgage said de fendant transferred and mortgaged to said T - L - Beiseker, his heirs and as si ^ ns the NV 2 sw*4; SW% SW 1 ^ and NWH SEC4 of Sec. 11 and WV 2 NWU of Sec. 14, in Township 34 North Range 56 E. M. M., in Sheri dan County, Montana, together with ^ \ enements ' hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging, mo rtg a gewas on the 17th J ?f ^ember, 1917, filed for rec ^ tbe of t he 2 erk & Re ' corder of , S ï e . ridan County, Montana, and reco f rded ln Book !34 of Mort gag6S P l ge 68 . and ^ h \ cb r T lort * gaffe > ^°Ç^ be ^ ' W1 th the indebtedness se 9¥ r ed thereby was thereafter by ?au Beiseker duly sold and as j S1 gned to one Cora H. Bicknell and , was thereafter by the said Cora H. ! Bicknell duly sold and assigned, j transferred and delivered to plaintiff j who is still the owner and holder thereof by a written Assignment : filed for record in the office of the Clerk & Recorder of Sheridan Coun ty, Montana, on the 28th day of Feb ruary, 1925, and recorded in Book 196 of Assignment at page 389. That there has been a default in the terms and conditions of said mortgage, which default consists in the failure, refusal and neglect of said Jacob Ronning or anyone in his behalf to pay said indebtedness secured by said mortgage, and that by reason of such default, plaintiff necessarily procured an abstract of title to said real estate at an expense of J33.00 and employed an A *, me* t f- m :'-tc said mort gage at a further expense • f $200.00; that there is now justly due, owing, payable and unpaid on the indebted ness secured by said mortgage, the sum of $2650.00 with interest there on at the rate of 12 per cent per annum from November 16th, 1922. Plaintiff seeks to have said mortgage foreclosed and said real estate sold to satisfy the amount due thereon, ir™i n f —' " * a. to t!î.wL S ? nd rests of action, and ÎÆUÏ' "*"•* * «H »f the de K 6 "- 1 ?- ad J c< Scated and de n^Nto„ by this action ' «" ° f « con,r.l«?nl 5 'm P f e ? rs , from P' a "«i«' a Clerk mf*«?**." the cfiice rf * he \MTNF« C ° U T t ' , ' this Court thiNlSto''' 1 ^ ot 11*25. s lwai ^ 0urt Sea ') D. J. OLSON, Clerk % A. M. HANSEN, pattt Deputy Clerk, BABCOCK, Montana. Att0niey Plaintiff ' »M* -" SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION UN txt ™ - TI J| ISvt t n ?f JUDICIAL D1S ' TaNa jx A vn TOR THF rnnrïrv ÜFSHFKimî THE C0UNT * Ui SHLKIUAN - FAT?MTrT?c , Tp — . ttA S mYSÎS? chta ° F NEW .. UL ™' MINNE P vetoïï' Plamt,ff ' ^ ^S" Ä ^ sifELB kf, Igl^FARMERS 1 MERCHANTS STATE BANK OF NEW ULM, a corporation, THE"! t FIR8T NATIONAL BANK OF • RAYMOND, MONTANA, MON 1 TANA, a corporation, and SHERI £AN COUNTY, MONTANA, a Body Politic, Defendants. ^ - J5JE STATE OF MONTANA SENDS GREETING, to the above d «« ada >'-'s, and to each ot hereby summoned to ans Ä "Jf d ' n t] r e ofllce - of ^he ^ & C ° Py ° f 7 hlth £ thi 0Äy ^ wMerem vou ?esid1 2 to file vour answer and sprve a Vnnv t h e r e of'u p o p ffi'i n ti f F sa tt oni^ v w itiY in taenriÄÄTÄ ure'to'appear*or" anfwe? will be taken against you' by dctoulfi for the relief demanded in the com plaint. i This action is brought for the pur pose of obtaining a judgment against the defendant David A. Abbott, a day of June, single man, fed- the sum of Three Thousand Dollars together with in terest thereon at 9 per cent from December first, 1924, until June 6th, 1925, and at the rate of 10 per cent per annum from June 6th, 1925, un i til entry of judgment; the sum of $270.00 together with interest thereon at 10 per cent interest from .Decem ber 1st, 1921, the sum of $270.00 to gether with interest at 10 per cent from December 1st, 1922; the sum of $270.00 together with interest at 10 per cent from December 1st, 1923; the sum of $270.00 together with in terest thereon at 10 per cent from December 1st, 1924, and for the cost of abstract of title, reasonable attor ney's fees and costs of this action; and for the purpose of foreclosing a mortgage given to secure the above sums by David A. Abbott, to Farm ers Trust & Savings Bank of New Ulm, and assigned to the plaintiff herein, all of which more fully ap pears from the complaint on file herein, to which reference is hereby made, the lands and premises des cribed in said mortgage being as fel lows, to-wit: The Southwest Quar ter of the Southeast Quarter (SWU SEAi) and the Southeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter (SE 1 ! SW J 4) of Section Twenty-seven (27) and the East Half of the Northwest Quarter (E 1 ^ NW(4) and the Northeast Quar ter (NE ^4) of Section Thirty-four (34) in Township Thirty-seven (Twp. 37) North of Range Fifty-five (55) East of the Montana Meridian, in Sheridan County, Montana. WITNESS my hand and the seal of this Court this 20th day of June, A. D. 1925. Notice is hereby given that p i e te list of all persons and property f n the County, now owing Ws is on file in the office of the County Teasurer and is subject to public in spection and examination. Unless the taxes so delinquent, to ^ther with penalty and costs paid, the real property upon which such tax is a lien, will be sold public auction (unless previously sold and not redeemed), on the 18th day of July, 1925, at 10 o'clock A. M., in j front of the County Treasurer's office j at the Court house, in the City of Plentywood, Montana. Given under my hand this 22nd day of June, 1925. 12-t3 i D. J. OLSON, Clerk of the District Court. By A. M, HANSEN, Deputy Clerk. ONSTAD & GREER, Plentywood, Mont., Attorneys for Plaintiff. First publication, June 26, 1925. Second publication, July 3, 1925. Third publication, July 10, 1925. Fourth publication, July 17, 1925. Fifth Publication, July'24, 1925. NOTICE OF SALE OF DELIN QUENT TAXES OF REAL PRO PERTY FOR THE YEAR 1924. a com are at ENG. TORSTENSON, COUNTY TREASURER, Sheridan County, Montana. By HENRY WÄLDER, Deputy Treasurer. 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 ALEXANDER ST. ARNAUD, and LIZZIE ST. ARNAUD, his wife, JOHN W. SHELBY, SHERIDAN COUNTY STATE BANK, a poration; OSCAR S. GULLICK SON, as Receiver of Sheridan County State Bank, a corporation; cor THIRD U. S. GRAND JURY SUMMONS CAMPBELL-WHEELER WITNESSES + _L . Great Falls—The third inquisition ln to the conspiracy in which Senator Burton K Wheeler- was accus ed of participating loomed Friday when it became known here that a majority of the witnesses who testified in pre .„"d SlSS?SL^ Snokane ? Wa.sh grand iurv novt Monday' 3 * ^ Mvsterv surrounds the new mnvp' on the u7rt of the justice den^rtmlf The Subpoenas do not name the de fendant but due to the fact that those summoned are the same which appeared before the Washington grand jury which indicted Senator Wheeler, Gordon Campbell and Ed -1 win S. Booth, former solicitor for the h nterior department, it is thought ! a* «-» >?, «ion is in S been " of u e ij Q vn( iicate No !• Robert F Falls'pbnS-.S'ifc a ml James McGowan nd f? Qoeddertz ÂSh Miss Condace Claïk W F a MrRockIu of K wî n I 2 h e' latter are M all^ permit hMdlrs' whose^ naSii haw B Si ïîîfS r wEer-CamSS d Sp£ne inveStiot will be th J h thi ®f directed by the department " 1 ev jp ™f ral " der *"' U dMf * rent attor - explanation was obtainable I | frQm the Apartment of justice in ' Washington Friday as to the pur I« the new shift to Spokane.'Âll Questions were referred to Assistant Attorney General Donovan, ar whose «*« 'l ? f he , Wa f ah ' SSÄtSW "* , Two theories are advanced as to theiP> i } eaaons J 01 the t urd inquisition. One I I s based A on . lbe 4 circumstance that f °™ er . Assistant Secretary Goodwin ^ fhe irtonoi department, whom Gor 1 don Campbell included, it is claimed, - his offer to solicit for in | VI „ . 0 .. D ; bls 0 -^f r Solicitor Booth of the ! J 531116 department of 40 acres of oil i land lives there. This gives nse to WELLS COUNTY STATE BANK, a corporation; SHERIDAN COUN TY LAND CO., a corporation; T. L. BEISEKER, AUGUST SEVER SON, and REBECCA SEVERSON, his wife, Defendants. To be sold at Sheriff's Sale, ta the highest bidder for cash, at the front door of the Court House, in the Town of Plenty wood, Sheridan County, Montana, nri lh 25tH »1»V <\f Jlllv, A. D. 1925, at the hour of 2:00 o'clock in the afternoon of said day, the fol lowing described real estate, to-wit: The South Half (S%) of Sec tion Ten (10) in Township Thir ty-six (T. 36) North of Range Fifty- seven (Rge, 57) E., M. M., in Sheridan County, Montana, together with all and singular the tenements, hereditaments and appur tenances thereunto belonging, or in anywise appertaining. Dated this 30th day of June, A. D. 1925. Rt)DNEY SALISBURY. Sheriff of Sheridan County, Mont ONSTAD & GREER, Attorneys for the Plaintiff, Plentywood, Montana. 13-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 GERMAN EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN SYNOD, a corpora tion, Plaintiff. versus GEORGE C. STADSTAD and ROSE STADSTAD, his wife, and FARM ERS & MERCHANTS STATE BANK OF NEW ULM, a corpora tion, Defendants. TO BE SOLD AT SHERIFF'S SALE, to the highest and best bid der for cash, at the front door of the Courthouse, in the town of Plenty wood. Sheridan County, Montana, on the 25th day of July A. D. 1925, the Hour of 2:00 o'clock in the fore noon of said day, the following de scribed real estate, to-wit: Lots Nine (9), Ten (10), Elev en (11) and Twelve (12), the Southwest Quarter cf the Northwest Quarter (SW^ NW ^4) of Section Thyo (2) and Lot Eight (8) of Section Three (3) 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 ap purtenances th ereu ptp belonging, or in anywise appertaining. Dated this 1st day of July, A. D. 1925. at and RODNEY SALISBURY. Sheriff of Sheridan County, Mont. ONSTAD & GREER, Attorneys for the Plaintiff, Plentywood, Montana. 13-t4 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Notice is hereby given, that the undersigned will on the 28th day of July, 1925, apply to the County Treasurer of Sheridan County, Mon tana, for a tax deed to the following described property, to-wit: Lot 22 of Davis' Addition to Plen tywood, in Sheridan County, Mon tana. Amount due $126.86. Dated June 20th, 1926. 12-3t J. J. MANNEY, Applicant. the inference that some phase of the alleged bribe offer went into the state of W^hSSon "and ££ "«£ Washington grand jury would have jurisdiction on another conspiracy charge. —* «"»nr is that the pro cee dmgs are not aimed directly at Wheeler but at Campbell. Some of Campbell s al1 company shares were sold in the S P ckane district. The latter theory is generally dis counted in Great Falls, due to the fact . lba< | Campbell has already been convicted and sentenced here and the department of justice has not indicated that it wd! proceed in a case jirtualjy the same as that on ' vbl Qh the first conviction was ob tain «' MB? The pendln, action hinges „n an indic ^ me "^ returned against Campbell i nd L ' Ç , Steven son, charging that the ? ™*f**™?* to defraud in pro m ? in | th , e %f don Campbell Syndi 9 % \ »> The c . a f wh ch resulted i ^ Campbell'sconviction charged thaï I E ? m P bel 'Jf iï dwa F d „ J * Daile y and ? F. BiDomhuff used the mails | lî° 11 a promoting syndicate No. ; î* Æ°* ff an - d D Æ' however, in ^ 'have W, Ä.Ä 7 h 'it ! ed da fendanto in the action,' the court | pardon ln ealltlad to | P Campbell has appealed his case to * *** <* appeals at Sani| F rancisco, contending that the pre- T |" d "S Judge, George M Bourquin of | X ÄtedlÄto*^ T2Ä ! l claimed «I* a « >" the trial, j No date has yet been set for the trial of Wheeler, Campbell and Booth in Washington, Senator T. J. Walsh. | chief of defense counsel, is planning! i to leave early in July for a two j months' European tour, which indi cates that the matter will not reach the courts before fall or that he fig ures he has paid his election debt to Sen. Wheeler. I V 1 « I DIST. ATTY, KEEPS MUM Spokane, Wash. — United States District Attorney Don F. Kizer, ask ed Friday night as to the significance of the resubpoenaing at Spokane of the Campbell and Senator B. K. Wheeler, at Great Falls, Mont., de clined to comment, except that The Associated Press anncunce * T i'p to say HÜ Dddbe-Brdtherb R CIAL CDA H J Already a familiar and attractive sight on all roads. For one thing, the Special Coach really accommodates five adult passengers in comfort And then the body lines and special ap pointments are singularly smart Five Balloon Tire s DELIVERED PRICES S^-Roadster $1010—Roadster Spec lii 1 irr^iQ0n p $ J' 45& ~ A ,;^i an T. S ^ cial $1545—B-Sedan $1276—B-Sedan Special $1380 B-Coupe $1170—B-Coupe Special $1276—Coach $1276-4 TFRM| er n C ° U ^ i 1 ^ 0-4 'E a f senger Cou P e Special $1696. TERMS. One-third Down, Balance on Easy Payments E. M. NAYLOR Salesman. Plentywood, CHARLES E. BEHNER DODGE BROS. MOTOR CARS AND TRUCKS Glasgow Montana m O I, f. ( ) / m K M m & Y » (fi m LS] i V. !l <5 Wl A iJSB h wl yf 111 GO. B. I M/ DODGE Motor Cars and GRAHAM Brothers Trucks _ Froid.— Funeral services were held ™ the Congregational church Tues day afternoon at 2:30 for Virgil, the thirteen year old son of Mr. and Mrs. J; W. Griggs of this place, whose d ? ath occurred on Sunday. The ser Edwards, ^«church. The departed had " mvabd fo J many years ; and endured much suffering dunng ha t time. —---; ' ment from Great Palls was correct. ! Z Ä in tTSJSSSSSL*" * i —— A JOB- A JOB Judkins: "What's the matter with FHAin TM\\T nirn jrKUlD BOY DIES A rrrn I aat r u i uroc» Mr I r.K 1.1 »Nil II I Nr\S nt 1 Ldi LiVilU ILLllLuu old Perkins? He looks like a whipped dog." Sampson: "Didn't you hear. His wife disgraced him at the opera house the other night. When the cook got mad at the mistress and quit the second act, Mrs. Perkins jump " P and SaW she ' d Wre her '" - = - **************• * * ** **** „ THE Elgin Cafe ONLY THE BEST TO EAT Popesku Bros. Props. PLENTYWOOD, MONT. *■ ! *<■» <■ » » » » 1 » » I « » » » »♦»»»» »fr» Chiropractic Health Service ; CONSULTATION AND ANALYSIS WITHOUT CHARGE EDW. E. YORK, DC., Ph. C. PALMER GRADUATE PHONE 24 PLENTYWOOD, MONT. 4» 4« » * » 4 « 4» & ❖ » > fr * > 1 « > 1 « » > » » > « M « * * » I « » I « » 3 » ■ ! » ■!» » I « »t » I « ■ ! » ♦ . * » » ■ & ♦ Simple buckthorn bark, magnesium sulph. c . p. glycerine, etc., as mixed in Adlerika, helps stomach trouble in TEN minutes by removing GAS. Brings out a surprising amount of old waste matter you never thought *"». ***<*?■ Stops that toll. ÄÄ leading Druggists In Outlook at Ford's PhaScv Uutlook at ll Pha ™ a <* : sS-SSSrS : * pany of Monroe, Wash., $500 here * * today for permitting its logs to * I* become snags in the Snohomish * *. ° f herc - impeMUng : * " A just penalty should • * not BE WITHHELD BECAUSE • * OF AN AMIABLE PROSECU- * * TOR'S TENDERNESS FOR AN * * ACCUSED * he said. * * « * * JUDGE BOURQUIN TAKES * A SLAP AT PROSECUTOR * * WHO FAVORED CORP. • * CORPORATION," • * * * SIMPLE MIXTURE MAKES STOMACH FEEL FINE Fits the curves of the collar and shoulders - -A ■ -4 WtM ■ A A ' Faller Glottes Srri With it you can brush your coat as easily while it is on your back as off. Sold only by the Fuller Man who will visit your home soon. E. H. NELSON Plentywood, Mont.