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LEGAL NOTICES
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or
Ï^op^ntana, in
tÎTcountt op shebi.
COURT OP THE
district
land BANK OF SPO
FEP ERA r^ration. Plaintiff,
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v CVRG a bachelor, LIBERTY
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jLpV » c° rp ?^ ti nK' 1 'LENTYVVOOD,
SoNAL ^^ r ^Wionand SHER
jHjywood, Montana,
-^endants. _____
cmn AT SHERIFF'S SALE
pE of the court house in
j: ti* ,2 Sheridan
^ d j y jl da U y y, allthe follow
p 'k-U real property situate, ly
if in the County of Sheridan.
^^«iuth^alf (S4) of Section
* The ein Township Thirty-seven
Sit* of Range Fifty-five
;;; Montana Meridian, con
acres, more or les«, ac
airing 3*0 United State« Gov
survey thereof. *
2ist (lay of
„ ( i;hSfdan S cSnt BU Mont.
Bh, r twn Jum 26. 1926
pu P.' c f,i, n July 16th, 1926.
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niRECTORY
dr, W. D. ROY
dentist
Office Over West's Cafe
PHONE IX»
Montan*
Plentywood
DR. L G. STEELE
PHYSICIAN ft SURGEON
Examined and Glasses Fitted
PHONE 19
Eyes
Montas»
pitntywood
DR. A. S. ANDERSON
OPTOMETRIST
Specialist in Fitting Glasses
Willis ton
Hedderkh Block
GRAND VIEW HOTE
LEADING HOTEL IN
PLENTYWOOD
PHIL BOURASSA, Prop.
DR. G. E. CAMPBELL
PHYSICIAN ft SURGEON
Office; one door east of Telephone
Exchange.
PLENTYWOOD,
MONT.
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Johnson THE Abstractman •
* SHERIDAN COUNTY AB- •
* «TRACT company •
; °«ly The Best Abstracts Of Title *
Plentywood. Montana *
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J. G. DEB1NG
Abstracter
PLENTYWOOD ABSTRACT CO. *
Office In Vollum Building. •
Plentywood
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Montana. *
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HOWARD M. LEWIS
LAWYER
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A. C. ERICKSON
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Practice In AU Courts
rlentvwood, Montana
Ul. R. Kahle D. C.
Chiropractor
Neurocalometer Service
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Outlook Montana
S- T. FAUCET!. M a
hy««« & Surgeon
Office at
COMMUNITY HOSPITAL
Outlook, Montana
f^LLER brushes
E. H. Nelson
Local Repre
sentative.
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ß°x 593 Plentywood. Mont
wartin nelson
Undertaker
Hearse in Connection
"lENTYWOOD -
MONT.
NOTICE or SHERIFF'S SALE
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE
TWENTIETH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
O* T =* STATE OP MONTANA, IN
AND POB THE COUNTY OP SHEBI
DAHi
NELLIE P. WAYMIRE, Plaintiff,
M-T TVTT-Ti T,. ;
FIRST NAT?ÔNA S L ng B^NK T of
plentywood, Montana, a cor
poration; H. a. Streeter as re
ceiver of The First National Bank of
Plentywood. R. E. LANG and the W
T. RAWLEIGH Company, a corpora
tion. Defendants.
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I Jo be sold at Sheriff's Sale on the i
1 .^day of Jul^A b 1926 at 2
door of the County Courf Housed the
town of pj en tywood, Sheridan County.
f^Ä ln° h^d^'lh^loDowi^descrl^
i ed real property, situated in Sheridan
County, Montana, to-wit;
r.f T oî„^°« thwes £ (SW%)
(33) Township Thfr'Äx
North (36N), of Range Fifty-six
East Montana Meridian. (56) and
Quarter F (N% NW%) of Sections!
Township 35 North of Range 66 1
East Montana Meridian, contain
ng 320 acres more or less accord
ing to tne government survey ■
thereof.
„,P a i ed at Plentywood, Montana, this
81h da * of June a. D. me
Sheriff of Shl?idan CoSm^ SSmlna.
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NOTICE op shebipp's Sade
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IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE
TWENTIETH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
OP ' THE STATE OP MONTANA,
AND POR THE county op SHERI
DAN.
O. M. CORWIN, a corporation, Plaln
tiff.
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Sheriff of Sheridan County, Mont.
First publication, June 18. 1926.
Last publication, July 9th, 1926.
MADDOX & CHURCH,
Great Falls, Montana.
Attorneys for the Plaintiff. Il-t4
«„ T ?ho B ?oÄ A oT fssrsffs*s
GEORGE A WRIGHT and IDA G.
G. WRIGHT, his wife, and THF
j CITIZENS STATE BANK OF DOO
LEY, a corporation. Defendants.
i TO BE SOLD AT SHERIFFS SALE
j on the 10th day of July, 1926, at the 1
: front (south) door of the County Court
House at Plentywood, Sheridan County, ,
Montana, at the hour of two (2) o'clock
p. m. of said day, all the right, title,
claim and interest of the said defend
ants, George A. Wright and Ida G.
Wright, his wife, In and to the follow
Ing described real property, situate in
the County of Sheridan and State of
Montana, to-wit:
The north half of the southwest
quarter (N% SW14) of Section
three (3); and the northeast quar
ter of the southeast quarter (NE\4
SE®), the southeast quarter of the
northeast quarter (SE^4 NEV«),
the south half of the northwest
quarter (S*/è NW%), the northeast
quarter of the northwest quarter
I (NE% NW>4), and the southwest
quarter of the northeast quarter
(SW14 NE 14) of Section four (4)
in Township thirty-four (34) North
of Range fifty-four (54) East of
the Montana Meridian, containing
and 77-100
less, ac
S. Government
three hundred nineteen
(319.77) acres, more or
cording to the U.
survey thereof.
Dated this 15th day of June, 1926.
RODNEY SALISBURY,
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALS
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF TES
TWENTIETH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
OF THE STATS OF MONTANA, IN
AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SHERI
DAN.
MARIE G. BELLACK, Plaintiff,
versus
GEORGE A. WRIGHT and IDA G.
WRIGHT, his wife, and WELLS
DICKEY COMPANY, a corporation.
Defendants.
front (vsouth) door of the County Court
House at Plentywood. Sheridan Coun
ty. Montana, at the hour of two (2)
o'clock p. m. of said day, all the right, i
tltle, claim and interest of the said
defendants. George A. Wright and Ida)
G. Wright, his wife, in and to the foi- .
lowing desreibed real property, situ
S'ÄÄS'toSitf Sherlda "
The northwest quarter (NW14)
and west half of northeast quarter
quarter (NE% ) of Section thirty
(31) in Township thirty-sev
__ (37) North Ranged fifty-six (56),
containing three huhdred twenty
(320) acres, more or less, accord
ing to the United States Govern
ment survey thereof.
Dated this 15th day of June, 1926.
RODNEY SALISBURY,
First publication, June !8th. 1926.
Last publication July 9th, 1926.
MADDOX & CHURCH,
Great Falls, Montana.
Attorneys for the Plaintiff. ii-t*
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_ __ s sale
NOTICE OP SHEbUP S sale
n . eq » Tri! pnTTRT o-p THE
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mi- TO nv C ^WTANA ra
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AND POR THE COUNTY OP SHERI
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EMMA ROBERTS, Plaintiff,
,,. mpriTTr* ., T T^A?j SU «r,a Me
(MATTIE McLBAN and JAMES Me
husband, aad ^ration
DÏCKEY COMPANY. A corporation,
I Defendants.
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TO BE SOLD AT SHERIFF'S SALE
on the 17th day of July, 1926. at the
front (south) door of the County Court
House at Plentywood, Sheridan County,
Montana, at the hour of two (2) o -
clock P. M„ of said day, all the right,
title claim and interest of the said de
fendants. Mattie McLean and James Mc
Lean, her husband, in and to the fol
lowing described real property, situate
in the County of Sheridan and State
of Montana, to-wit: ,
Lot one (1) and two («) and Uie
east half of northwest quarter (E&
NW%) and the northeast quarter
<NE14) (otherwise known as the
fractional north half) (N%) Sec -
tion thirty (30) in Township thirty
six (36) North of Range fifty
seven (57) East of the Montana Me
ridian, containing three hundred six
and 75-100 (306.76) acres, more or
less, according to the United States
Government survey thereof-e i92( .
this ;ist DN y T SALISBURYj
Sheriff of Sheridan County. Mont.
First publication June 26 ' 19 -6
Laist publication Julyl6th, 19.6.
MADDOX & CHURCH.
Great Falls. Montana,
Attorneys for the Plaintiff.
Dated
Except Money
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■S HERID AN COUNTY
SCHOOL NOTES
The County Superintendent's office
ï* 8 bee ? exceedingly W the last
few weeks with matters pertaining to
eighth grade and teacher's examina
lions fJarhers' term renorlc emnlov
uon ®> teachers term reports, employ
ment of teachers for next year and
sundry other matters such as crowd in
in the spring. This accounts for
there having been no school notes
published lately .
Twenty-eight seventh graders and
63 eighth graders took the examina-
ÜOnS f * n ApriL Jhe 13 who were suc
cessful " Posing the ox m mations
and who rtedved 8th grade diplomas
as a result were; Torlief Aasheim,
Alphild EspelandandNorman Larson
'of District 66; Mabel Anderson and
Willie Engdahl of District 33; Percy
?, ud ^, e ^nd Wilbur Strobe of District
21; Ervin Nelson and Anton Olson of
District 65; Evelvn McLeod of Dis
|trict 39; K areu Mouritsen of District
lf * ^ *
22; Magna Overby of District 39 and
Margaret Reddeu of District 31.
Seventh grade examinations are
given in two subjects: Geography and
Hygiene. Only three of the April ex
aminees succeeded in passing in both
these subjects.
l n May there was the largest num
1 her of 7th and 8th grade examinees
;in the history ci the county, 165 7th
graders and 178 8th graders writing
-__ __ _
27 passed in both subjects. Of the
178 8th grade applicants 75 received
diplomas. These seventy-five were:
Edith Andersen, Louise Andersen, Be
at this time. Of the 165 7th graders
atrice Earner, Myrtle Bell,
Bucklin, Alberta Berg, Helen E. Cal
vert, Lee Chapman, Edwin Christian
ella
! To be sold at Sheriff s Sale on the
24th day of July, A. D„ 1926, at 2:00
o'clock p. M„ of said day at the front
door of the County Court House in the
I town of Plentywood, Sheridan County.
Montana, to the highest and best bidder
Ifor cash in hand, the following describ
i ed real property, situated in Sheridan
■ County, Montana. to-Wit:
Th 0 South Half of Northeast Quar
i ter (S 1 ,^ NE%) and South Earn
Quarter (SE 1 ^ ) Section Six (6), and
North half of the North East Quar
. ter (N l ,£ NE»4) Section Seven (7),
and West Half of South West
?8 U ) ar south W äst W Quar S ter ti0 of Ei Se
North West Quarter (SE^4 NW%)
and North East Quarter of South
SÄ Q Ä"«uS E e?o f S ai ÉSt
Quarter (NW% SE14) and South
West Quarter of North East Quar
south' E£l N QÂ*pi E TsEÿ) of
Section Seven (7), Township Thir
ty Three (33) North of Range Flf
ty Six (56), E. M. M„ Containing
six hundred forty (640) acres, more
or leas, according to Government
S D"a r . V o e a y Montana, this
26,h da 7 f /^ E v aa»uRv.
Frank
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IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE
TWE NTI ETH J UDICIAL DISTRICT
OT THE STATE OP MONTANA, IN
AND FOR THE COUNTY OP SHERI
DAN.
_ _ __
B- G. EDGERTON, as Testamentary
Trustee of the Estate of Charles
Thompson, deceased, Plaintiff,
versus
'EDWARD SHERMAN
SHERMAN, his wife; SHERIDAN
COUNTY OIL AND GAS COMPANY
I OF MONTANA, a corporation; THE
| CITIZENS STATE BANK, ANTE
1 LOPE, MONTANA, a corporation:
1 FRED IBSEN, as Receiver of the
Citizens State Bank, Antelope, Mon
tana, a corporation; and H. Si'AR
LING, Defendants,
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
and
Sheriff of Sheridan County. Montana.
By clair stoner.
13-t4 Under-Sheriff.
SHERIPP S SALE NOTICE.
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in the district court or THEi
TWENTIETH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
S'uToe Æ conNÏÏ o^ SKUET.
dan.
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EMMA THUE . T ' P ' , ï£" •
u g. B ARNHOUSE, sometimes known
ag uiyses Grant Barnhouse; SOPHIA
K . BARNHOUSE, his wife; THE
BANKERS FARM MORTGAGE COM-1
PANY, a Corporation, and Sheridan
County, Montana, a Quasi Municipal
Corporation, Defendants.
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rj. Q |j e po j^ at sheriffVs Sale on Satur
day the 2 4th day of July, A. D. 1926,
at 2 o'clock P. M. at the front door of
the court hoU se in the City of Plenty
wood. County of Sheridan, State of
Montana, to the highest and best bid
der for cash in hand - tl ?e following de
Jing^u^d being iin^Shertda^County.^tate
of Montana, and bounded and described
as follows, to-wit;
South Half of the Southeast Quarter
(S 1 ^ SEV*) of Section Twenty-five (25)
Township Thirty-seven (37) North of
RanRe Fift y. six (56) ; North Half of the
North Half (N 1 ^ N^4) of Section Thir
(31) Township Thirty-seven
(37) North of Range Fifty-seven (57),
and the South Half of the Southwest
Quar(pr (gl ^ SW i/ 4 ) of Section Thirty
(30) Township Thirty-seven (37) North
^^ Ranpo Fi f ty . seve n (57)' East, to
gether with all and singular the tene
ments and hereditaments thereunto be
longing or in anywise appertaining.
Dated at Plentywood, Montana, this
26th day of June, A. D. 1926.
RODNEY SALISBURY.^
n
By CLAIR STONER.
Under-Sheriff.
W. W. MERCER,
Attorney at Law,
103 Wall Block,
Roundup, Montana
Attorne yfor Plaintiff.
13-t4
W. Z. GIBSON, Inc.
Merchant Tailor
161 W. Harrison St.
Chicago, Ill.
DAOMAE MONT.
OHO. S. BELL
R. F. D. No. 1
ONE QUALITY
ONLY PUBS WOOL
ONE PRICE
ONLY$31.SO
son, Olaf Christofferson, Harriett
Connole, Nella Corkery, Lydia Dahl
gaard, Adeline Davick, Raymond Die
trich, Man.' Eaton, George Fiske,
Maggie Fiske, Lucile Goodman, Alice
Grove, Loyal Gunderson, Lillian
Hancock, Anna Hansen, Woodrow
Hansen, Hose Harrington, Evelyn Jen
sen, Vera Jensen, Christian Johansen,
Caroline Johnson, Charles Johnson,
Clair Johnson, George Johnsen, Ella
Juul, Ernest Kauffman, Gerald Kelley,
Winnifred Kelley, Louise King, Einar
Klofstad, Larry Larson, Valerie Lee,
Stanley Lewis, Anna Lund, Janet
Lundquist, Wm. Lundquist, Leo Man
ney, Alton Markell, Donald Marshall,
Abby McCoy, Ellen Meharry, Fern
Morin, Donna Myars, Knudt Polsen,
Arnold Peterson, Elna Petersen, Eu
gene Petersen, Gladys Peterson,
Myrtle Peterson, Clarice Rice, Harold
Reiger, Carlot Rostad, Joseph Senecal
Vema Shively, Edgar Skordal, Flor
ence Stambaugh, Lucile Stoner, Mar
tin Storaasli, Norman Stubban, Theo
dore Thoreson
uure iiiuicsu* 1 ) Thor Twedt, Esther
Waller, Lloyd Westby, Gilbert Wolfe,
Lucile Wright, Pearl Wunderlich and
Robert Zeidler.
Francis Dolin, Margaret Beatty and
Fern Knick passed in the 8th grade
subjects but have tey bths oumiSHRL
subjects but have yet to submit
grades in Geography, and Hygiene
earned in other states, before diplo
be granted them.
mas can
The highest average made at these
examinations was 94. Congratulate
Myrtle Bell of Plentywood.
Christian Johansen of Dagmar and
jWm. Lundquist of Medecine Lake
I eac h got 100 per cent in Arithmetic.
j Lucile Goodman of Plentywood and
Edgar Skordal of Redstone tied for
first in History each receiving
98 per cent. Lucile Goodman got 98
per cent in History, also the highest
grade in that subject. The others re
ceiving the best grade in any one sub
ject were Vera Jensen of the Wash
ington school with 96 per cent in
Spelling; Frank Bucklin of Redstone
96 in Agriculture; Alan Keogh of
Outlook 95 in Hygiene; Myrtle Bell of
Plentywood, Anna Lund of Outlook
and Wm, Lundquist of Medicine Lake
each 94 in Reading; Wm, Lundquist
of Medicine Lake and Lucile Stoner
of Plentywood 93 in Grammar. Fred
erick Grawe of Plentywood 84 in Ge
ography.
The teachers who were successful in
securing certificates as a result of
the June examinations were Thorwald
Brekke, second grade; Adriana Gar
neau, second; Velma Crawford, sec
ond; Muriel King, second; Lois Bantz,
second; Marian Ridd le, second; The
rese Gnmsrud, second, Rachael R an -|«
dcJph, second; Hazel Kissner Lee,
-p- nT1< 4. Alohild Enestrom. second:
££nd*^uthMun
Mrs. Lora DeDing, secona, luiin iviun
son, second; Mrs. Bessie Dick second;
; Xmes Jacobsen, second; Carolyn
va*
! Kurtz, second, Verna Goodlaxon, sec
ond; Mildred Bomstedt, second; Osta
Madsen, second; Lois Cosper, second;
^u' r«18a
Esther Sorensen, first and Mrs. Golda
Boley temporary first.
Clair Weber, Olga Waller, Martha
Peterson and Helen Miller will receive
second grade certificates before school
iOeni" i" if their r r^tu
j summer school this summer is satis
factory.
I There were nine who failed to pass
the examinations.
1 n rove irjup NDTIFF! Do not
1 ÇLE1 KS TAKE WDIILLI DO not
ifail to include your warrant books and
stubs when sending your books to be
audited hy the County Treasurer
JCSÄSÄ
£ . . 'Tf" Jrf.T™. "v«».* «/w tovrltr far
for being neither absent nor tard.\ for
a whole school year. Marian has at
tended school for five years now, dur
v ; . , 1 no f been
H}g wlllCA ime sne nas noi oecn
ei ther absent or tardy once. Both
1 j^j ar j an a nd her parents are to be
conirretulatol upon this remarkable
record. The names of others who
were neither absent nor tardy all last
year will be puMirhed nrr. w«k
At the close jf the school vear the
Meharrv and Snuggins schools held a
i^fjT 11 ^ . •_ Weis«; Coulee
joint picnic in tne Weiss couiee.
Sixty-three were present and all re
por ^ a splendid time. Prizes were
fVio <?nr.rt<?
awarded to victors in1 tne sports.
The office of the CoUilty Supenn
tendent has received announcement of
mnrriae-e of Mi«;s Grace Landis
the marnage 01 miss varice
to Mr. John L. Harder Ot liesston,
Kansas.
cv,p r i(i an County's popular teachers.
j She^t^ght^ba the Longfellow school
for the past two years.
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Miss Landis was one
Emma Crone,
County Superintendent.
PRECAUTIONS.
Business Man calling employment
I want a stenographer
Must have red hair!
a
agency:—
with red hair.
"We are sorry but we have every
other color,
"No! Must be red—just like my
wife's.
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best line of Household *
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Dagmar, Mont.
THE McCONNON MAN
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A REAL HEROINE
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Edith May Adams of Barrington, N.
J, the first American School girl to
be entered as a candidate for the
American Youth Award. The Ameri
can Youth and Teacher Award was
established by the Board of Directors
of the Sesqui-Centennial International
Exposition in Philadelphia as a tribute
to the youth and teachers of the na
tion. Miss Adams la a candidate Cor
the Golden Eaglette, the highest gift
hi the hands of the Girl Soon ta She
was died recently for exceptional
bravery for remaining inside a blaz
ing building helping physicians to
give first aid treatment to injured fire
men.
u. S. to Emil C. Jacobson, patent,
jyjw 31.31-55,
y g gjg^. art Julius Johansen,
na i certificate N 1-2 SE 1-4, E 1-2
Io-ht u oo 00 «
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Ole J. Wikum et ux to H. J. Hutch
. «1 nn F 1 9 ÇW 1 A Ri-Ri.ciQ
mson, jpi.oo, E 1-2 bw 1-4, oi o •
Anna Sather et vir to Mrs. Chris-1
+;„ 0 c c Mock IQ
tine Hammer, lots O, b, D10CK iy,
Westby.
Johnnie O. Ludvig Sather to S. L.
,
Hammer, lots 1, 2, 3, block 4, S. &
g Westby
john'T. Sampson et ux et al to S.
Hammer, $500.00, lots 3, 4, block
19 Westby.
..F^llOz&KC tjE^W Bat
tleson and O. B. Egland, $9000.00, lots
2, 3, block 16, Plentywood
0r |,^re'nSiv® nSSU^OB^loSt
zen State Bank, Dooley, $1.UU, lots
4, E 1-2 NW 1-4, NE 1-4, 19-36-56.
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cemetery, • i.uu, ^ acres
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$3061.75, NE 1-4, 8, SE 1-4, 5-37-57.
Sheriff to Sara R. Worth, $2355.50,
E 1-2 E 1-2, SW 1-4 SE 1-4, SE 1-4
SW 1-4, 28, E 12 NW 1-4, 33-37-66.
Sheriff to Carrie Little, $1257.88,
lots 2, 3, 4, of 18-37-56.
Peder Bruvold et ux to Henry
Hanson, $1.00, N 1-2 NE 1-4, NW 1-4,
W 1-2 SW 1-4, 20-37-57.
Sophia Landgren to John J. Eggen,
$1.00, E 12 SE 1-4, 22, W 1-2 SW 1-4,
23, NE 1-4 NE 1-4, NE 1-4 SE 1-4, 27,
W 1-2 NW 1-4, NW 1-4 SW 1-4, 26
35-53.
Emanuel E. Sheridan et al to N.
Henningsen et al, lot 1, SE 1-4 NE
1-4, SE 1-4 of 3, lot 5, 6, of 10-33-52.
Sheriff to Alzina C. Batch elder,
$1616.37, lots 1, 2, S 1-2 NE 1-4, 1
i 37-54, S 1-2 NW 1-4, SW 1-4 NE 1-4,
1 6-37-65.
Mary Bruce, Ex., to Olaf Hallqust
adm., $8,000, N 1-2, 1-32-56.
F. & J. Realty Co. to Helen F. Mil
ler and E, I. Miller, $1.00, lot 9, block
12, Plentywood.
Helen F. Miller et vir to A. M.
Heliand, $1.00, lot 12, block 12, Plen
tywood.
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QUAKE ANNIVERSARY
PASSES UNNOTICED
The first anniversary of the earth
quake which shook Montana on June
27, 1926, passed here recently with
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event. The quake which visited Mon
tana last year was composed of a
series of tremors. Littlie damage was
done in Great Falls but Three Forks,
White Sulphur Springs and other cit
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which were weakened by the shocks
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two others at about 7 and 10 p.m
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were recorded in other cities of cen
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buying a new Chevrolet it's
buying a used car from a
Chevrolet dealer. Visit our
used car display room today.
Note the good-looking used
cars — reconditioned, clean
and neat. Note the honest
prices—the easy terms.
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is conservative—he knows
that your satisfaction de
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good. And you will get good
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