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--of the Board of County Commissioners (Continued from Page Six) August 10th, 1925. At 2:00 o'clock p. m., August 10th, 1925, the Board of County Commissioners met as a Board of Equalization, Iverson, Lundeen and the Clerk present. On motion, the following reductions w r ere made on the taxrolls in accordance with the recommendations made by the county assessor: Reduction on Land $1,684.00 1,824.00 320.00 440.00 480.00 240.00 2,080.00 556.00 1.400.00 1,602.00 400.00 985.00 656.00 1,670.00 168.00 1.066.00 1,528.00 595.00 500.00 1,980.00 140.00 474.00 60.00 724.00 1 , 020.00 258.00 144.00 366.00 538.00 282.00 1,824.00 1,920.00 320.00 800.00 600.00 '960.00 400.00" 1,260.00 485.00 1,038.00 652.00 493.00 370.00 80.00 140.00 1,365.00 320.00 840.00 60.00 300.00 1,220.00 590.00 874.00 640.00 560.00 2.880.00 3.280.00 NAME— Otto Hendrickson.. Mrs. T. E. Bowman ... Della Bowman .. Florence E. Alrick . . . John Etcharren .. W. F. Churchill . . Thomas S. Gooch ..... John W. Bucklin .. Ben H. Johnson ..... Zoe Le no re Gray _1.. Mrs. P. R. Jordan . August Colterman .... A. E. Hagen .... A. E. Hagen .. F. C. Harteen :...... Ole Hellegaard ...... Augusta Hjelm . Mary Jerde ... Fishbeck & Jarvis Realty Co W. D. Dooley.. F. O. Hartson .. Aug. Bummer ..... W. F. Churchill . S. J. Greer . . . Astrid Jensen . . . W. F. Goff .. . . Aug. Bummer .... F. C. Hartson ..... S. B. Brevig ..... Grace A. Blake .... Ole Ohe ...... A. F. Lipscomb .. A. C. Madsen ... . R. H. Mathwick .... Wm. Morgan - —.... David A. Meharry .. . . Joe Lopne ..... Mrs. Hollam H. Maxwell_ E. W. Palutzke .... E. W. Palutzke __ E. W. Palutzke .... E. W. Palutzke ___ _ _ E. W. Palutzke ......... E. W. Palutzke __ W. J. Rud ____ Hjalmar Rud ... Mrs. Mary Swanson ___ Leala Stridden .. O. S. Simonson ... Mrs. Caroline Lochen .. Hans Thompson.... Marie Thompson . Welcher Timbrell .." J. M. Whitish.. J. M. Whitish . Monroe Whitmore .. Ray Whitish ..* At 3 o'clock p. m. the Board of Equalization resolv County Commissioners. On motion, the levies for the various funds for the year 1925, were declared to be and they are hereby fixed as follows, to-wit: Book . Page . I ■ Line 139 .•I 81 1 9 81 3 1 66 7 1 1 10 » 1 :• j 27 1 124 11 1 86 1 21 153 1 1 126 1 :• 1 I,-.". 31 i 124 7 1 130 19 1 130 27 1 Phi ix î :> l 15 .... 1 141 31 i 162 9 1 117 7 l 103 7 1 136 1 1 86 1 92 25 .... i 127 150 5 1 21 1 124 15 1 86 r. 1 136 7 1 115 25 1 79 27 2 199 9 o 168 5 17\ 3 x 181 15 186 5 2 182 7 9 1 66 3 9 181 31 2 205 25 9 206 15 9 205 35 9 2i-; 11 2 205 29 9 205 31 2 219 23 9 228 21 2 249 31 2 24S 9 9 238 .A. 33 2 168 29 x.v: 23 2 253 27 2 254 29 2 269 21 9 269 19 9 269 ed itself to a Board of 25 2 126 3 State Levy Educational Bond Interest and Sinking Fund General Fund —............. Live Stock Commission Fund.......... ... Li\e Stock County Fund ........., State Live Stock Sanitary Board Fund....... 10-12 mills on all property 3% mills on all property 1 mill on all property on all property on all property 1 mill 1 mill County Levy General Fund ... Insect Pest Fund .. Poor Fund ........ Bridge Fund .... Bond Interest Fund .. Library Fund ... Classification Fund . Special Seed Relief Fund Road Fund ... 1 x / 2 mills on all property mills on all property 2 mills on all property 2 mills on all property 5T4 mills on all property % mill 1 mill .... mills on all property 5 mills on all property outside of incorporat ed towns % mill on all properly 3 mills on all property 6 mills on all property 3 mills on all property on all property on all property Gopher Fund —. High School Fund .. General School Fund _ Bond Sinking Fund . TOWN LEVIES Town of Plentywood General Fund... Fire Apparatus Fund . Street and Alley Fund Bond Interest Fund _ Water Works Fund __ Bond Sinking Fund _ Band Fund .... Jload Fund ... .... 15 mills on all property mills on all property mills on all property mills on all property mills on all property mills on all property mill on all property mills on all property mills on all property 10 10 1 5 TOTAL LEVY .. Road Poll, on per capita tax 41 $ 2.00 0 Town , of Antelope General Fund and $6.00 against H. F. Welle. Street and Alley Fund —........ 15 mills on all property mills on all property Town of Westhy Town Uf Outlook General Fund mills on all property 10 General Fund.. Street and Alley Fund 10 mills on all property mills on all property 10 Town of Medicine Lake General Fund .. Interest Fund _ Sinking Fund _ 5 mills on all property mills on all property mills on all property 1 I 9 Fire District of Redstone Fire Apparatus Fund 7 mills on all property SCHOOL DISTRICT LEVIES Free Text Books IVa 2 Vz District Number Bond Int. and Sinking Common School Special Voted On Total Mills 4 '4 10 20 36 1514 10 30 58 4 1 % 10 1 2014 11 % 5 16 10 1 25 46 6 10 1% 7 8 10 1 15 34 s 10 7% 1 4 22 % 11 2»4 10 Vz 13 19 814 10 1% 30 50 20 914 10 15 36 1 10 1 it 23 9 10 2 15 27 3 10 1 11 4 10 1 15 26 S 31/2 10 i 1 ! 28% 29 7 10 1 16 33 30 9 10 1 , 24% 23% 2714 2614 1414 31 2% 10 1 It 33 7 10 it 34 10 11 . 15 4 10 Vz A. 36 7 10 1 IS 37 10 1 ■3 11 38 1 10 % 6 Bldg F'd 2 19% 39 2% 3% 10 iy 2 ■ 22 40 10 k 14 41 t 17 10 1 99 r.n 42 5 10 15% 43 8 10 r 31 46 4 10 1 15 49 5 10 1 20 36 50 3 10 1 14 51 10 1% 5 16 % 54 10 10 56 10 % 10*4 57 10 1 10 21 58 3 10 114 10 2414 19% 2814 25 23% 63 3% 10 X 5 6) 10 % 12 65 4 10 1 10 66 9 10 1 10 67 10 1 7 is 69 8 10 9 30 50 70 ■: 10 % 15 2814 : 1 17 10 1 19 72 47 4 10 1 10 73 25 11 10 1% 44 74 6614 Äirar; ï&ïï*"- -* à»**, * JiL Commissioners _____ Clerk and Recorder— Office ......... Weights and Measures.. Treasurer -........ Seed Relief Note Collections 5 10 6 76 10 Amount Allowed -$ 6.375.00 10.675.00 325.00 10 . 000.00 1.000.00 5,120.00 Assessor Suveyor— Wficc ___—..... Clerk of Court ........... . County Attorney .......... Sheriff— Care of Prisoners ........ Public Administrator........... Cotml y Buildings ............ County Library ________ Board of Health ........ Superintendent of Schools________! Probation Officer -...... Justices of th e Peace and Constables.. . .. County Agent Office _______ Gopher Fund —........ Care of Poor —........... Outside Poor— _ Widows Pension --— ____ Supplies, Rent, Care. Burial, Transportation, etc— Miscellaneous— Industrial Accident Board Examiner's Fee ... Interest on Funding Bonds Outlay— .... 2,150.00 45.000.00 .... 12,000.00 .... 11.250.00 .... 4.060.00 . 10,000.00 . 3,000.00 .. 1,235.00 100.00 — 6.800.00 — 1.000.00 . 2 . 000.00 . 7,075.00 600.00. 775.00 — 3.740.00 ..... 3.100.00 — 3,300.00 -5.00.00 - 4,500.00 - 500.CO - 125.00 ■—. 44,000.00 - 2 , 000.00 -- 500.00 - 250.00 950.00 - 800.00 Furniture and Fixtures __ County Buildings, Additions, etc... Law Library .—.—....- Care of Insane ..... .* Care of Inmates Other State and Private ïnstüütïôns The following- proposal had been -e ceived from the Wells-Dickey Co. of Minneapolis: Honorable Board of Countv Commis sioners, Sheridan -County, Montana. Gentlemen: Knowing that your county has out ing September 1 , 1935, payment of which is optional September 1 1925, and there cSdd novr be*exchanged 1 *or ÄJS more advantageous maturity and rate at îr 6 by U ?he' tiÄXndTaw op tional become fhT holders of all or part thereof - We, therefore, offer to exchange all or any part of said $190,000.00 of Bonds of your county which we may have on or about September 1, 1926, for Refund ing Bonds, to be issued by you, to be dated September 1, 192o. to boar inter est at the rate of 5 1-4 per cent per an num, payable semi-annually, principal and interest to be payable at the office of County Treasurer in the city of Bien said Bonds to mature One-Nineteenth (1-19) each year be glnning January l, 1927. The cost of printing the Bonds, and the expense of preparing the necessary proceedings, and securing the necessary opinion, will be paid for by Wells Dickey Co. Should we become the owners and holders of any of said Bonds after Sep tember i, 1925 , and up to and including the 2nd day of March, 1926, we are to have the option of exchanging said Bonds for Refunding Bonds of said county, on the terms and conditions above stated. The date of the Bonds, fo OW be Ve March T instead of^So^temioT 1 st. This Offer is expressly mad P subject to the approval of our attorneys as to the validity and regularity of said Bonds, it is understood that you will prompUy furnish us complete and cer t'iye toThTsTssul and ce u?0 n fs s si ad wmc a h it is proposed to refund; you also agree ing to take whatever action and pass îha at our attorneys may a ro q uesr 1 to tl the end that said Refunding- Bonds may bo legally issued and negotiated. R AVE L L s - DIC key * *co M P AN Y By R. G. ANDREWS. ' the above . proposal is rereby accepted this 10th day of August edward iverson Chairman of the Board Attest - Count y Commissionesr. NIELS MADSEN. Clerk. u , p °" foP °wing provisions Acting unde? the"provisions' of Sec tom, page n, of the 1923 supplement to the Älontana school laws, the county commissioners ami nonnfir On motion. commissioners and county superintend the following schedule, as. in their judgment, making out respectfully offer the its of an incorporation cîty ami more than two and one-half miles fom the 60 c $ .40 .65 reasonable porvisions for hoard, rent, ^transportation and tuition of pupils liv in ^ more than two miles from the lim school they attend, unless they live an established bus route: Schedule Children living from two and on one half to four miles from school; 1 child, each day . 2 children, each day 3 children, each day < oh'ldren. each day 5 children. Children .... 30c 50c each day.,.... living- from four to five miles from school: 2 chndVen aC e-,eb y d«vc;.* 3 children.' each day-!!!-]!!!""""!"" !sr. 4 children, each day.!" .95 5 chHdren, each day.. i.05 from school^* CS and m0rC 1 child, each day .$ .50 " eat ; h . da y.. .80 4 Childrm ^Ch daÿ-IÜÜ-Z üî:!:;: î ;§0 5 children, each day."Z" 1 . 30 Where there are no children in a fam and chtidren^are hit on an° established bus route — 50c per school day. for , house for school purposes: 1 child—actual house rent( not 2 ° o e r XCe mo r e ,15 ch°iidren-actual house rent (not to exceed $25 00 per month). AVhen both father and mother, living 85c more than two and one-half miles from school, moi-o from home for school pur po fi^ per child. When transportation : s to he provld od for more than five children on a bus route, trustees must advertise for bids. When school in one district is closed fU«1rint iP tK 0 sc î* oal ,JP another must pây to thl distrirt iîwhTch Jupuî i attend a percentage of the expense of ™Är an - ce ' on tho per ca P ita basis. moneys 00î for ina transportation, udfhm board or rent for puoils who 'live near or -than two miles from the limits of attends. 1 P or' a nearer ^han^Uvo and 'oncl half miles from the school which he attends. piementf C ° n 101 °' PagC llf 1925 sup ' EMMA CRONE. County Superintendent. fr'vnk ' D FRENCH N ' County Commissioners. On motion, tho following claims were îîlîïAf " d clerk instructed to draw;he General"rund' nds: 1 Frank Dionne. August salary.?t 2 . r ..fin Frank Dionne, August salary. io.no Erna Timmerman! August salary ioo!ofi A. M. Hansen. August salary. 137.50 ™ or . a > Z h *r ipsan ' August salary— loo.oo S t! RXols't ad. ,P August a salary. 123 66 S. T. Klovstad, August salary....!!" i^so Ellen Lundgren. August salary.... 9o!oo c,ga Hendrickson. August sal G. R. Hair.""August''"salary!!!!.— 137 50 L. s. Olson. August salary.!!!!!!" i37!so deo' cf°Bantz°\ugmd USt 1 Salary " Clair Stoner. August salary*". i so oo Pete Gallagher. August salary!!!! i 37 '. 5 o a*î e !V n 1 d ', Aapfist salary— 150.00 Alma Hanson,^August*salary' ary nooo Anna Hovet. August salary......!.!" no]oo Goo. Wessner, witness fees. 8.70 - meis it ^leic.iants Rtatg Bank, assigned claim of Beryl Pierce 20 00 Arnold Lidahi. work on vault....— 9 40 Ole Aspelund. mileage and träv Peopîes Piib! "co., p r i n t in g assess - ment lists. . . soss 147ft on Ida C. Erickson, county attorney ' ' a - v.... lûo.oo Mtarf—attorney ? u ^ 01 Livingston, work'on "vault 22.0« ri T„„ Klovstad ' mileage and ox penso . Pin da E. Hai l! 38.80 t 20.00 , August, salary.._ 137.50 Alico Redmond. August salary.... Lmma Crone. August salary. „ , Rcnfi Fund Palmer Rongstpd. road work. Zb" 1 -*- asisgnod claim of Henrv R. Smi'h Valter Olsen, assigned claim < Hons Andreas-m . Waltor Olsen, asisgned claim of 1 . Rasmussen Ilf! Tn ol'sori. T33.22 150.00 22.00 .... 157.20 of 35 ?n 7 . 8 n 9 , ' ' ' 8.86 " o a<l work .—... u. Donpld?on, repair road ma ■ . ■Tack Manney 0 F. W. D. tractor J. C. Beck, rmair road machin ery . Martin Tj clal road ta Poor Sana Rodney Salisbury, hoard of coun ty poor . Karl J. Karl; -m, poor .. Karl J. Karlscn supplies for poor Karl j. K-irioon. supplies for poor Luther Hult-ren. poor Rion -e- burial Emil Hanson .. Edw. St uhhar 'eg ohafns. repair for 4.00 Auto Co., 10 . V5'*n refund « f ÇIVA 2 00 30 . or supplies for 25.no 15,00 25.00 supplies for 8.00 expense of 62.00 15.00 SUOPPas f nr 'triflire Fuud unV-Afling 6iT-hf-r "Unloading |w>cr Arnold Lidab' Rus«e11 i-mber .10 00 The clerk vas Instructed to withhold nil snlary warrants until the last of the month. On motion, an application for ad mit - tance to the Outlook hospital for Mrs Van Pelts was granted. On motion, it was decided to discon tinue the County Free T.ihrarv from and after November \0. 1925. Rn d the clerk to thisnsffr* tC n ° t,fy th * librarian 10.00 Livingston On motion the taxes assessed against John Dokkon. for the years 1917, 1918 and 1920 against the SE 1-4 of SW 1-4, 28-32-57, were ordered canceled for reason that Mr. Dokken did not have this land a«« ved ,, "P ''Xw men° tioned years. SSdLviS were filed which SÏ«,JSf' 5 «as issued on DO ; Qn motion tu r««i.mation of Beryl ; Pierce as cîérk* on tax books and Nk of-| | f )n ^ n Votirt. ,u° V * _return approved * Nicolai Siettebakke. - depmy^oumv^ 81 R ' Templeman ' 1 On mXn! y the r To^ty assessor was 'granted a leave o* absence for a period of thirty days, beginning August 17. , 1925. J On motion. th P county superintendent of schools w as gra°ntod y a SU i?ave of ab sence from the state for a period of 3 weeks, beginning \ugust 12th 1925. On motion, at 5 On o'clock b. m. the board adjourned 1 * EDWARD IVERSON. . T.T.T.r, Chairman of the Board. Clerk. -—_ SIDNEY R ANlfFRÇ RI IN "rtlllVDIxJ RGli , A FOI II OF IT Q I AW «J. J!». LAW (r (continued from page one) | | trary to the provisions of section i 5200 of the revised statutes nf thf , T 1Sed Statute. t.fie I I?™?* 1 states. StlN. ADAMS ! AMONG DEFENDANT'S | 1 , Ip allowing those 'loans, the com plaint charges, the defendant permit ted a violation of the ruie which nro ' p * nblts , an > °? e person or concern from borrowing more than 30 per cent of a national hank's canital and ! s A u yP lus ' The defendants are W. K. Adams, S. F. Donaldson, Ira M. All ing, L. H. Turner C K Yaren Axel ' Nelson, J S. Day. J. S. Beagie and 'Lambert Keffeler, Dav being j»regi j dent, Ailing, Adams and Donaldson | vice presidents, and Turner cashier. ' The directors cited were elected "GROSSLY MISMANAGED" The directors cited .were elected January 11, 1920, and with the exeep tion of Keffeler, who retired January 9 . 1024, served until the hank closed, It is alleged in the com obtint that Nelson and Keffeler from 1922 to ™ 24 neglected their sworn duties in I failing to attend many of the direc ; tors meetings during th a time wlien .. . . , 1 » no*'- win,**, it is charged, the affairs of the bank were grossly mismanaged t*ndj sc* B bank's was carelessly conducted. It alleged that the loans cited were made by the bank's agents and offi cers and approved by the directors. Loans listed are: To Andrew J. Mercer, $13,163.43. To H. G. Bentley, $11,000. Tc. M. A. Wilson and L. H. Turner, conducting a stock farm business un der the name of Wilson & Turner, $23,475 in thiee separate items. j The complaint says there is due from Mercer $10,000, from Bentley ~ ~ cording to the comnlaint th° businp«« P ' ® £ rom Mercer $10,000, from Bentley ; $ 14 ,000, said to be the amount c.f the loan and intf.Tést, and from Wilson & Turner $15,000. ' UNPAID OBLIGATIONS $100,000 The First National bank of Sidney was capitalized at $50,000 and after ' war 5 1 coated a surplus of $50,000. ! Birmingham cites that prior to. his taking office as receiver, the comptrol le / ofcjirrency had levied against the 1 stockholders, $20,000 being paid, b u t 1 that it was impossible to realize c.n |SS th " «MO« ta«™, «t tte cial condition of some of the stc.ik holders. The receiver says there will ^ 3100 000 unpaid obligations v./ien banks assets have been realized on. . - »o C I I M n A V IS SUNDAY pv » MfiMp 11 î "c*/^ AI DANLlNvi ILLLCjAL .. ' . (Continued from page one) grounds. Ernest Loomis, manager of the Winter Garden dance hal1 wil1 be notified today that if a dance is held at his establishment tomorrow night an arrest will be made and the hail closed. - The pavilion at, Columbia Gard r >is does not come uçder the ban nor does Gregson Springs, according to Mr. Downey. They are situated on grounds ^bat are classified as public parks or playgrounds. Complaints Alleged. Sometime ago Mr. Downey and Sh eriff Larry Duggan received from the attorney general a letter in which stated that "Complaints have been made to this office of Sunday dancing in Butte contrary to Section 11039 R. C. M. 1921 and that at these dances th Z e are disturbances and use of in toxicating liuqors. The letter which Mr. Downey dis P atched to Mr * Loomis yesterday «ads: "The attorney general of the state c f Montana has advised us to see tbat the Sunday observance law with reference to dance halls is enforced, He P articu iarly refers to the Winter Garden Dancing academy as one of the places violating this law and has written to the sheriff and myself to ? ee tbat , tbGr f WÜ1 bG more danc ' in 8' at that ya.ee on Sunday nights. "The sheriff has notified Mr. Riah ards of the ähnvp matter He has bi , - 0I . aLl0 ' e Va 7?^' nas DC "; n advised that should there be an at-J tempt made to hold a dance on Sun d f y th * tÖ make an arrest and close the hall. "We feel that this notice should . serve its purpose in ihaving you com : ply with the above order and • ma ^ e it necessary that there be an •arrest made for the viciation of this ' ' nuv ^ m Force. The attorney general did not state from whom the complaints were re ceived, but enclosed with the letter to Mr. Dawney was a copy of a lêt ter he had sent to C. E. Gilbert, sher jiff 0 f Park county at Livings ton who apparently had asked for an opinion •• act. 1 ;Wi the Sunday observance law. After quoting the law in its entirety, At tomey General Foot stated that he did not believe the law' was annulled or modified through the e-nactment of prohibition. This observation was occasioned by the fact that the dance hall law r in several places refers to the use of intoxicating liquor. Montana Cowboy Finally Electrocuted in Nebraska (Continued from page one) of his life was spent in his native Montana, where a wife, now divorced and remarried, and a five-year-old son live. Nearby, in Balelntine, live his afied parents. His mother, an invalid, never knew her son's fate. Finding of Pahl's body in a shallow grave under a bridge created a furore in northern Nebraska. The skull crushed and his new automobile and $480 missing. A coroner's jury called robbery the motive- Simmons was captured at Norfolk, Neb., shortly af was terwards, registered under an alias, T t t q nPI1CPr the su^oect was taken to fepencer, t, . threatened With mob action ana rushed to the penitentiary here until the jury trial, which resulted in his death sentenc. Evdence showed Sim n,„„ s had drivn Pahl's car from the bridge where the body V»as found on the ranch where it was deserted and had fled to the Dakota town only toj to the Vicinity. With his return to the penitentiary be * an the legal maneuvers which fail edto s ? ve hlsbfe * . , Reprieve after reprieve was ob tamed from Gov, Charles W. Bryan f. _n„„ Ai™ un allow Simmons counsel to dig P new evidence. It was claimed a "Jack Cumer,' a Sioux City, Iowa, boot Iptrp-pr killed Pnhl in a Honor monev J ,. Rge 5' K11,etl ranl in a UC!U0 * mone > dispute, New Trial Denied A new trial was asked and refused. The Same P lea before the state SU preme court was denied. A plea to the pardons beard for commutation failed f * n * nr , • . , 0 . Finally, to Washington went Sim mens' attorney, E. P. Holmes of Lin co ] n am i rnomh« nf Snpnrpr £° in » J °siah Coombs ot fcpencer. they tiled applicatm for a hearing before the United States supreme , . v ear later thp refusal came C0 H£' a year later the ret j.-,ai came, The state pardons board was a^ain sought. McMullen, an avowed opponent of ca P ltal punishment, had continued granting reprieves. But the board refused to commute the «„rpnrp reiused to commute tne sentence. oimmons and three others the night °f Ju ly 16 attempted to break for lib clubbing a guard, but only garn 6(1 a corridor, Several "final moves j made in the past fortnight Omaha mothers sent a sa\e Simmons caravan" c.f women to intercede with the A Pardons board. A P' ea for habeas corpus writ was made in the district court here and refused. The state supreme court up be ) c ^ ^ be refusal and only yesterday refused to reconsider it. Governor McMullen twice yesterday heard Simmons' counsel and his sister, ™ rs - Ratertian, testify that a doctor from Glenrock, Wyo., had evidence half-breed Indian killed Pahl. He refused further reprieves, The new governor, Adam have been SCHOOL.NOTES Miss Annie Saby has been engaged ^ c ' teach the Nickerson school, Dist. "4, next year. Homestead teachers for next year are A. G. Horsley, principal, J. J. j Ginste, Miss Laura Le Vang, Miss Judith Groulie, Miss Gilberg. I- E. Metzler, clerk of Dist. 46, re D°rts that Lester Campe-au of Bemidji Minn., has been elected to teach the Whitney school, and Miss Irene Sheri ^ an to teach the Phelps school. 1 p ete Fiske, clerk of Dist 30, " ^ete Fiske, clerk of Dist 30, re P°ris the following teachers elected l n his district: Miss Elma Lalibete, Mann school; Miss Alphild Engstrom Olson school and Mrs. GcMa Boley! p ee school. M iss Neta Hanish has been elected to teach the Robinson school in Dist. 40. Erick Melgaard, clerk c.f Dist 65 «ports that the Misses Elna Brink man ant ' Ida Jessen have been elected to teach the Wankel and the Briffhts «h««u. . William McTtijloS, an eighth grade graduate of Dist. 46, called at the county superintendent's office to make inquiry about entering* high school, Superintendent Emma Crone left Wednesday for Marathon Tn-n-n she will if v, ' J ' s , VJ sit her mother and other re mtives. She will return abc.ut Sep tember 1st. ■ Rural ,H*-f»-:«fo n aurai districts all over the county ar c working for subscriptions to give «Ref to earthquake stricken districts that are already bonded to the limit °f the law. The annual reports of the trustees are rapidly coming in. Promptness in this matter on the part of the trustees is of great assistance to the office in making the county annual report, both for publication in the local paper for the state department. The following is the schedule for the August eighth grade examina tions: Thursday, Aug. 27.-9 o'clock, Civ ics; 10:15 recess; 10:30, history; 12, intermission; 1:30 grammar; cess; 3:15, reading; 4:15, close. Friday, Aug. 28—9, arithmetic; 11 recess; 11:15, spelling; 12, intermis sicor; 1:30, physiology, agriculture; 2:30, geography; 4, close. ma Crawford, Plentywood; Mrs. Os car Wagnild, Outbok; A. G. Horsley, Homestead; Henry Hanson, Plenty wood; Henry Gronvold, Antelope; Einar Negaard, Comertown; S. S. Nel son, Dist. 34; Mr. Huebner, Plenty wood; T. J. Sherry, Redstone; Peter Fiske and Mr. Abenroth, Outlook; Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Munson, clerk of Dist. 36, and Mrs. Fielding Bush, clerk of Dist. 50. 1 1 ' ' ; am; 3, re The week's callers include Miss Vel FORD AIRPLANES CAN BE USED FOR WAR PURPOSES DETROIT.—Henry Ford en tered the ranks of the airplane manufacturers today after less than four months operation of his own private inter-plant air freight service.. Outright pur -1 chase of the plant and assets of 1 the Stout Metal Airplane Co., was announced by Henry and Edsel Ford. The price paid was par, plus 25 per cent, it is understood. William B. Stout, president, alone remains , out of the 50 original stockhold ers, with an interest in the new company formed as a division of the Ford Motor Company. The total consideration is said not to be more than $ 1,000 000 . Ford's plane will be easily con vertible to war use. Electric Lighted Steam Heated Grand View Hotel 'The Travelers Home on the Road" PHILLIP BOURASSA, Prop. Rooms With Running Water and Bath Sample Room in Connection PLENTYWOOD, MONTANA a NEWS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED—One second-hand 1 °rtl Tourin'* car in F A.RMS FOR RENT AND FOR SALE—We have several farms now F. D. l7-4t for good renters. open MORCK, Antelope, Mont. ESTRAY—1 bay mare, about 10 yrs old. weight about 1,00 lbs., and black colt. Owner cant have same by paving expense. BILL riu.cj.lti, Coalridge, Mont., 11 miles east and one-half mile south of Antelope. 17-4t ESTRAY — Came to my * place about March 1, 1925, one bay gelding, branded .-. on right side, hind. One black mare about three years old, branded c.n left side, front Owner can have same by paying for this ad and pasture. A. J. MORIN,s 12 mile south of Dagmar, Mont. R 1. 17-3t ESTRAY—Came to my place one black j mare colt weight about 900 pounds. Owner can have by payvig expenses. Joe Arneklev, Antelope, Mont. l6-4t ESTRAY—Five spring calves, four red, ] one spotted, all branded on left hip. July 16th. covery, tana. r Left my place about P Will pay reward for re MIKE FINK, Outlook, Mon 19-13-p TAKEN UP—One black made colt, 2 years, branded Z A on left hip; one bay mare, 8 years old, weight 1^00. Owner can have by paying charges. HERMAN NELSON. 9 miles east of Antelope, Mont. R 2. south 18-t3 POR SALE—Reserve Garage with ma chinery and equipment. J. J. Gibbons Reserve, Mont. 16-tf. POR SALE—One Twin City Tractor 40 80; one Deer twelve bottom plow; one Avery Header Thresher equipped with hand cutter feeder and stacker; one Deering Header; one 500-gallon Gas Tank; two Grain Tanks and Wagons. Machinery- may be seen | seven miles west or Reserve, Mont. Sco Geo. Lund of Reserve for prices and terms. J. R. Jamieson, 215 De Mers Ave., Grand Forks. N.D. (15-tf) POR SALE—Threshing outfit. 20-40 New' Racine Separator and Waterloo Boy Engine. Will sell at Good running condition, big sacrifice. PALUBICIyl. Plentywood. JOHN 18-t2-j? POR SALE CHEAP POR CASH or will trade for cattle—two lots in the old townsite of Plentywood. 3 8-t 2 1 IRENE MURPHY, Medicine Laite, Mont, FOR SALE—Whitf. Leghorn Cockerels. Ferris best egg strain or Single Comb Rhode Island Reds. $1.00 eben, if tak- ! en at once. IRENE MURPHY, Modi- ' cine Lake, Mont. - 18-t2 j FOR SALE—Dwellings in Antelope for sale. See some real bargains in good homes that must be sold. MORCK, Antelope, Mont.' F. D. 19-t2-p FOR SALE—Ford Truck in good condl tion. FRANK DIONNE, Plentywood. FOR RENT—Two _ ___ _ furnished ROBERT SMITH, Plentywood. rooms. 19-t2 FOR SALE—Good Standard make bin der, used thwee seasons only. Price $65.00 for quick sale. Inquire at Pro ducers News O— ee. 19-t* For Protection Against Fire, Lightning, Cy clone, Windstorm Get a POLICY in the NORTHWESTERN NATIONAL For Rates See "Jerry" the lit tle agent. Call or Address G. G. POWELl Plentywood ,Mont. * ! I LET ! Us sell that farm on the new plan whereby the sell 6 * j and the cuyer are both satisfied—the buyer is sure oi j owning the farm and the seller is sure to be P a ^"T i Where no interest is paid and the buyer receives the crop when it is less than Five Bushels per acre. I have ready buyers and renters for farm and Plenty wood town property. See me about your land and bankruptcy troubles ! al! I John J. McElroy PLENTYWOOD ... MONTANA PROFESSIONAL r IjmECTORY DR. G. E. CAMPBELL PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office In Lei and Hotel PLENTYWOOD, mont. CAFE POOL HAÏT BARBER SHOP H. A. Burnham, Barber JONES & OLSON, Prop Comertown, Mont. OLE'S DRAV TEAM AND TRACK HAULING Phone 133 « • J. G. DEB ING Abstracter . • PLENTYWOOD ABSTRACT CO ' * Office In Vollurn Buildine • * Plenty wood • • • • • . Montana, * 9 * ONSTAD & GREER LAWYERS Plentywood, Montana I j HOWARD M. LEWIS LAWYER t Johnson THE Abstractman • * SHERIDAN COUNTY \D- • STRACT COMPANY • Only The Best Abstracts Of Title • Plentywood, Montana • • • • • * • • . • * A. C. ERICKSON ATTORNEY-AT-l AW Practice In All Courts Plentywood, Montana \ Robl. R. Kahle D. C. ; j . I ! i 1 Chiropractor Outlook Montana S. T. FAUCETT, M. D. Physician & Surgeon Office at COMMUNITY HOSPITAL Outlook, Montana FULLER BRUSHES E. H. Nelson Local Repre sentative. Box 393 Plentywood, Mont MARTIN NELSON Undertaker Hearse in Connection . . MONT PLENTYWOOD Froid has for sale a number of three and a ha inch wagons with 125 hu. tanks: some heavy teaming wagons, ca ing 160 bu. tanks—all almost ' There is also one 15-30 Case e S. in running shape going at $159.«« one 30-60 Aultman-Taylor gas eng going FOR SALE— Schnitzler at at almost as good as new Ç1500.00.