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V0T.CE TÖCBEDITOBS
„THE ÄS
I Jr fW'ENffiJcTATF OF MON
I leitT OF THFST- _■ COUNTY
I 1 li ISAM? FOK IHh luu
" JsHKl m)AN ;_
T th . Es tate of JOHN
• the Matter of the estate
I I^Î'.Ç'h&V GIVEN, by
I VOTlrt. Is , H Arthur c. Erickson,
' andersigned, - h f J()hn
the h eJ^ annexed to
- ec nf ami all persons hav
freditoi> tbe sa id deceased,
claims ag' • tbe necessary
exhibit Shin four-months after the
jier 'Wion of this notice, to the
nlÄÄ Erickron at Plenty
■ ii, Montana. ^923
I PI^^ÏrtHUR J C. 'ERICKSON,
» . Sr vd h will annexed.|
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■EGAL NOTICES
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41-41
ALUS SUMMONS
THE DISTRICT COURT OF
ÎWENTIETH JUDICIAL DIS-:
-,rr OF THE STATE OF MON-j
TBg nf A ND FOR THE COUNTY]
nF SHERIDAN.
ur - .
UOVARCH LUMBER COMPANY, a
torporation, plaintiff,
^ versus
ERICKSON-and ZONA ERICK
VoN his wife, ami ANDREW
SicKSON, co-partners doing bus
* under the firm name andstyle;
PLENTYWOOD COAL COM
p\\Y, L C. LASATER ana
«.\RY LASATER, his wife, and
jOXY HOPKINS, Defendants,
THE STATE OF MONTANA Sends
^prtings to the Above Named De
Sants, and to Each of Them:
you are hereby summoned to an
er the complaint in this action
Jich is filed in the office of the
Clerk of this Court, a copy of which is
Vrewith served upon one of you in
each Couty wherein any of you re
mand to file your answer and serve
g copy thereof upon the plaintiff's at
toney within twenty days after the
IN
:HE
MS8
PROFESSIONAL
DIRECTORY
DR. HARRY J. ROBB
Physician and Surgeon
Phones:
Residence 124
Office 36
PLENTYWOOD, MONT.
DR, W. D. ROY
DENTIST
PHONE 11»
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LAWYER
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A. C. ERICKSON
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Practice In All ( Wts
Plentv'vood, Montana
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service of this Summons, exclusive
the day of service and in case of your
failure to appear or answer, AâJ
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a Judgment against the defendant?
Plenty wood Coal Commpany for *
sum of Forty-three and 65-100 Dni
J ars ($43 ; 5 ^> together with interest
thereon at the rate of eight per cent
annum from Pebn » 3 1907
" d f or the purpose of foreclosing à
, man s h*n upon a certain
dwelling house or mess house located
upon the Property hereinafter set
£"î b ' together with a L reasonable at
y t ee ' a |, °^ which more fully
ars ^9 m the complaint on file
aild , to which reference is hereby
. upoi \ whicb said
Ä"! to-wiîf ^ be " g dCScribed as
Lot Two (2) of Section Thirtv
T p Wnshi P Thirty-five (35)
£°* h of Range Fifty-five 55
East of the Montana Meridian.
Shendan County, Montana.
Witness my hand and the seal of
1927 C0Uri hlS 3 ° th day ° f Decei *her,
of
the
MADDOX & CHURCH,
Attorneys for Plaintiff
Great Falls, Montana. '
(SEAL)
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NOTICE OF SALE OF REMAINING
ASSETS OF BANK
_
IN THE DISTRICT COURT
the TWENTIETH JUDICIAL
TRICT OF THE STATE OF
TANA, IN AND FOR
TY OF SHERIDAN.
D. J. OLSON,
Clerk.
By K, Bonds,
Deputy Clerk.
(40-4t)
OF
DIS
MON
TRE COUN
THEf STATE OF MONTANA. Plain
versus
CITIZENS STATE BANK, ANTE
LOPE, a banking corporatino, De
fendant.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
the undersigned, Receiver of the
above-named insolvent bank, will sell
at private sale at any time prior to
the 27th day of January, 1928, and
thereafter and on the 27th day of
January, 1928, at the hour of two
(-) o clock P. M. of said day. at the
Citizens State Bank building at An
telope, Montana, will sell the remain
ing assets of said bank at public auc
tion, of whatsoever nature, collective
ly or separately, for the best cash
price obtainable, and subject to the
confirmation of the above-named
Court.
The real estate to be sold
scribed as follows, to-wit:
Lot 6 of Block 4, Antelope original
town site.
The personal property to be sold
consists of bills and notes receivable,
stockholders' liabilities and furniture
and fixtures, a list of which is on
file in the above-entitled Court, and
also with the undersigned Receiver.
a * ed *^ b ^ ay January,
is de
1928,
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FRED IBSEN,
Receiver.
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.
ELVINA PETERSON, Plaintiff,
vs.
NELS A. PETERSON and HANNAH
PETERSON, Defendants.
THE STATE OF MONTANA
Sends greetings to the above named
defendants and to each of them.
Y'ou are 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 here
with served upon one of you in each
County wherein any of you reside, and
te file your answer and serve a copy
thereof upon the plaintiff's attorney
within twenty days after service of
this Summons, exclusive of the day of j
service; and in case of your failure to
appear or answer, judgment will be ;
taken against you, by default, for the j
relief demanded in the complaint. j
Action to recover of defendants j
$1425.58, for moneys paid out by the ,
plaintiff for the use and benefit of ;
the defendants, and at their request, I
one being the interest upon a real es
täte loan, held by one Clara G.
Kramer, and being the interest cou
pon notes thereof, each in the sum of
$70 (and so paid by the plaintiff) on
December 1, 1923, and on each year,
subsequent, to the date of the filing
of this complaint; and for interest
coupons likewise paid by the plaintiff
fer the defendants, at their request,
on a federal loan, and bein' 1 ' $45.50
paid on the 17th day of February, and
on the 17th day of August, of each
year, beginning February 17, 1923,
and continuing to the date of this
complaint; for $430, so paid by the
plaintiff for the defendant, at their
request, to Grayson Brothers, for
notes given for farm machinery and
other necessaries; for $100 for
given by defendants to First National
Bank of Antelope, and so paid by
plaintiff,—all of which notes are held
by the plaintiff as owner and holder
thereof; and for $49.40 for open ac
count, with interest, secured by lien,
for lumber, fencing and building ma
terials furnished defendants by Mon
arch Lumber Company, and which ac
count was paid by plaintiff and was
assigned to her and is held by her;
all of which more fully appears from
the plaintiff's complaint, herewith
served upon you, and plaintiff further
asks for reasonable attorney's fees
and costs, as alleged in said com
plaint
Witness my hand and the seal of
said Court this 7th day of January
A D 1928
D. J. OLSON,
Clerk.
(Seal of the)
(District Court)
Howard M. Lewis, Esquire,
Plentywood, Montana.
Attorney for Plaintiff
(41-4t)
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 COUN
TY OF SHERIDAN.
B. E. SCHAEFFER, Plaintiff,
vs.
FRED G. WESTERBERG and NORA
J. WESTERBERG, his wife; JOHN
W. SHELBY; THE STATE OF
MONTANA; SHERIDAN COUNTY
STATE
FRED IBSEN, Receiver of Sheri
dan County State Bank, a corpora
BANK, a corporation;
tion; SHERIDAN COUNTY LAND
COMPANY, a corporation; O. A.
ASPELUND; L. S. OLSON; W. E.
PIERCE; M. I. VARLAND; C. J.
GIBBONS; ED LINDSEY and
CARL BANTZ and BLANCHE
MILDRED BANTZ, his wife,
fendants.
De
To be sold at SHERIFF'S SALE,
to the highest bidder for cash in hand,
at the front door of the County Court
house, in the town of Plentywood,
Sheridan County, Montana, on the
11th day of February, 1928, at 2:00
o'clock P. M., in one tract or parcel,
the following described real estate
situate in Sheridan County, Montana,
to-wit:
East Half of Northwest Quarter
( E l /2 N W M ) of Section Twenty
three (23); South Half of Northeast
Quarter ( S Ms NE 14); Northwest
Quarter of Southeast Quarter (NW l /4
SEU); Southeast Quarter of North
west Quarter (SE14 NW14) and East
Half of Southwest Quarter (EV 2 SW
■'♦) of Section Fourteen (14), all in
Township Thirty-five (35), North of
Range Fifty-three (53) E. M. M , to
gether with the tenements, heredita
ments and appurtenances thereunto
belonging.
Dated January 17th, 1928.
RODNEY SALISBURY,
Sheriff of Sheridan County, Mont.
By ROBERT ROBKE,
Undersheriff.
THE STATE OF MONTANA
Sends greetings to the above named
defendant.
You are hereby summoned to ans
wer the complaint in this action which
is filed in the office of the Clerk of
inis Court, a copy of which is here
with served upon you in the County j
wherein you reside, and to file your
answer and serve a copy thereof upon
the plaintiffs attorney within twen
ty days after service of this Summons,
exclusive of the day of service;
in case of your failure to appear or
judgment will be taken
against you, by default, for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
The nature of the action is as fol
lows:
Plaintiff alleges that he and de
fendant intermarried at Plentywood,
Montana on the 21st day of October,
1926, and now are husband and wife.
That plaintiff has been for more than
one year last past a resident of the
State of Montana and now is such
resident. That no children were born
of said marriage, and that the de
fendant ever since about the 2nd of
Novm eher, 1926, has wholly abandon
ed the said plaintiff and that such
abandonment still continues, without
any sufficient reason and against the
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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.
WILLIAM RADONS, Plaintiff,
vs.
ZLLPHA RADONS, Defendant.
and
answer,
plaintiff's will and consent. Plaintiff
prays that the bonds of matrimony be
absolutely dissolved.
Witness my hand and the seal of
said Court this Seventeenth day of
January, A. D. 1928.
( Seal of the )
( District Court )
J. J. GUNTHER,
Plentywood, Mont.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Date of 1st publication, Jan. 20, 1928.
D. J. OLSON,
Clerk.
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ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WHY
REAL ESTATE SHOULD NOT BE
SOLD
Verda Swenson, formerly Verda L.
Pomarleau, the Guardian of the es
tates of Donald David Pomarleau,
Douglas Francis Pomarleau and Ber
tha May Nannette Pomarleau, Minors,
having presented to this court, and
filed herein, on this day, her verified
petition in due form, praying for the
sale of certain real estate owned by
said minois and in which each of said
Minors own an undivided two-ninth
interest, for the reason that the same
would be for the benefit and best in
terests of said minors; and it appear
ing to the court, by said Petition, that
the said Real Estate to be sold, is
not rented and has not been bringing
in any returns or revenue for several
years, and that the building situated
upon said premises is depreciating in
j value very fast on account of being
vacant and unoccupied, and that it
would be for the benefit and best in
terests of. said Minors, to sell their
undivided interest in said Real Estate
and invest the proceeds, which will
bring in a steady and regular in
come;___
IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED,
| By the court, that all persons inter
ested in the estates of Donald David
I Pomarleau, Douglas Francis Pomar
j l ea u and Bertha May Nannette Pom
note!arleau, Minors, appear before this
; 9?9 r4: ' on ^ a Iard a y, the 18th day of
| February A. D. 1928, at the hour of
1 eleven (11) oelock in the forenoon
j said day, at the court room of said
court, at the county court house, at
Plentywood, in the County of Sheri
dan, Sate of Montana, to show cause
j why a n ® rde ^. should not be granted
to said Guardian, to sell the interest
of the said Minors, m and to the Real
Estate hereinafter described at Pub
lie Auction, and that a copy of this
order be published once a week for
^h re f * 3 ^ successive weeks, in The
Producers News, a newspaper print
and P abl ' cw,- Blentod , in
the County of Shendan, State of
Montan a , and that said publication
sba11 h® J? Q ISjl ( S2 lcl - ent ^ tlc ® ta
aB Persons interested in said Real
Estate.
That the following is a description
of all the Real Estate, sought to be
sold under this Petition, which is sit
uated in the County of Sheridan,
State of Montana, to-wit:
An undivided two-thirds interest
in and to Lots number four (4) and
five (5), in Block eight (8), of the
Original Townsite of Medicine Lake,
in Sheridan County, Montana,
cording to the official plat now_
file in the office of the County
Clerk and Recorder, in and for
Sheridan County, Montana. Each
minor is the owner of one-third, of
the two-thirds interest mentioned
and described above.
This order is made by the Clerk of
said court, by reason of the District
Judge being absent from the County
of Sheridan, State of Montana,
this day.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
In the Matter of the Estate and Guar
dianship of DONALD DAVID
POMARLEAU, DOUGLAS FRAN
CIS POMARLEAU, and BERTHA
MAY NANNETTE POMARLEAU,
Minors.
ae
on
on
hereunto set my hand and the Seal
of said court, this 18th day of Januaw
A. D. 1928. y
(Court Seal)
43-t4
d. J- Olson
Clerk of sa id District Court.
NOTICE OF SHERlFFs'sÀLË - "
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
THE TWENTIETH JUDlClAJ
trict of the state of mon
îy n 0 a f sar THE couk:
OCCIDENTAL LIFE INSURANCr
COMPANY OF LOS ANGELES a
Corporation, Plaintiff, '
versus
RUSSELL B. HAGERMAN and TFV
NIE L. HAGERMAN, hi s wife et
al, Defendants. ' et
TO E SOLD AT SHERlPp> s SALE
the 18th day of February, 1928,
at the front (south) door 0 f 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 in
terest of the said defendants, Russell
B. Hagerman and Jennie L. Hatrer
man, his wife, in and to the following
described real property, situate in
Daniels County and Sheridan Count v
Montana, to-wit:
Lots three (3) and four (4), and
the south half of the northwest
quarter (Sy 2 NW14), and the south
west quarter (SW 1 ^) of Section
one (1) in Township thirty-five
(35) North of Range fifty-one (51)
East of the Montana Meridian;
and the southwest quarter of the
southwest quarter (SW% SWV4)
of Section twenty-eight (28), and
the west half of the northwest
quarter '(Wy 2 NW14), and the
southeast quarter of the northwest
quarter (SE% NW14), and the
southwest quarter of the northeast
Sweatier Ä
quarter (NW>4 SE%), and the
north half of the south west quarter
(N% SW%) of Section thirtv
three (33) in Township thirty-six
(36) North of Range fifty-one (51)
East of the Montana Meridian,
cept therefrom that certain strip
parcel of land heretofore deeded
for right of way purposes,
Dated this 18th day of January,
1928.
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once _, w * s a gay named Flynn,
Who bragged he could »drink bootleg
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M He fP° k * m \ e a L si Pî ,
Now the an £ els have welcomed him
on
ex
or
RODNEY SALISBURY,
Sheriff of Sheridan County, Mont.
By P. GALLAGHER.
Deputy Sheriff.
First publication, January 20, 1928
Lu-q publication, F » binary 17, 1928.
HOWARD M. LEWIS,
Plentywood, Montana.
COOPER, STEPHENSON &
HOOVER, Great Falls, Mont.
Attorneys for the Plaintiff.
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like wide sleigh idea
Antelope, Mont.,
_ ^ January 20, 1928.
To The Producers News:
The sleigh law is now in effect but
how can it be enforced? Who will
hang the bell on the cat? the
said (in congress).
That law, called Bill No. 53, is for
helping out and to break auto roads.
But if a man with a team and a load
of grain met an auto shall that auto '
have full road or half? Who is to
be ditched ? If that law is to favor
town automobiles because the farm
horses are to break the roads with
these extra wide sleighs, then have)
our honorable men representing Sher-1
idan county failed to work for the
farmers as they claim to do.
How many will go to town, of the
farmers, if that law was enforced?
All holiday shopping would be undone.
If that law is to be enforced, there
will not be room enough in Plenty
wood for all the arrested farmers be
cause the- will rather go to jail than
to pay a fine. And the ■"'or imple
ment dealers are in it too.
Such laws demoralize the
and it is deplorable indeed.
I shall not argue anymore but let
the farmers think for themselves of
the injustice they get from failed
farmers and corrupt politicians, who
have very good luck to be lawmakers.
In order to settle
mouse
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some dispute
among the farmers I shall let you
kn Th- h bm bh Q ey - V ? ted on , B u U1 0 No - 53 *
IWx w T introduced by Senator
Henry W Lowe »Culbertson, Roose
n Ay 9f' Ada P* s . Church,
on nL Co , bl £ n ' ,Ç° n ÎF' Cooper, Cow
W D rTi D ? W i n '' Esp, Gar
her, Gibson, Greemn- Greenup, Gnf
? aley ' T Harmo iV ,? ealy ' Mender
M»ffi kan Av LoWe K McCo ^ e ', M ^ Quitty '
Muffly, Oliver, Page, Paul, Pauline,
Peck Peterson Pomeroy, Porter,
Rhoadh' Siegnedt, Staggs, J. H. Stew
t . e ^ ar }' J aylor ' Walkei,
Watson. (Total of 41)
-Noes: None.
Absent—not voting: Dearborn, Haa
land, Hazelbaker, Heven, Jensen, Hir
ton, Leighton, Leuthold, Loy, Mains,
Barr . lck ' Speer. (Total 13.)
The vote in the House on the same
bill was as follows^
Ayes: Arnold, Baker, Berm-man,
Bohlmg, Boorman, Bosley, Bricker,
Buchanan, Burke, Buttlesman, Caplis,
Cavanaugh, Clarke, Denny, Duffy, El
hott, English, Facey, Flynn, Gullidge,
Hamilton, Hanson, Hoffman, Holton,
J off ray, Kelley (Silver Bow), Kenyon,
Kiîiville, Larson (Richland), A. T.
Larsen (Sheridan), Lease, Leavens,
Loble, McAfee, McCormack, McLeod,
Murphy, Myrick, Nelson, Oker, Ost
by, Peden, Perrine, Pilgeram, Ras- !
müssen, Ridle, Rodgers, Ruff corn,
Seiden sticker, Smith, Spencer,
Tierney (Total 53).
man^Hnrrir 15 !^ 011 ^' ' xt°°vÎ
u U o j ' mop, McCarty, Mush-,
Mr. Speaker' (TotM 12)!^ St ° ddard ',
Absent (not voting): Andrew, An-i?.
drus, Benedict, Bergstrom Bedard
Brand jord, Buell, Cady, Carlson (Gal
latin), Carlson (McCone), Cowley,
Cronk, Davis (Fergus), Davis (Wi
beaux), Dean, Fulsher, Gillette, Gil
lin, Hawley, Johnson, Kelly (Pondera),
Kennedy, Maury, O'Connell, Pope,
Roscow, Scharnikaw, Stoner, Swift,
ym/Tw 3 Terrett, Troy, Wolf,
-•ulk (Total 35).
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^PP^ 16 Pyramid with engine, Trans-
misslon ' and axles—the heavy parts—
a11 swung as low as possible between
the wheels. Heretofore, in an effort
to obtain the lowest possible center
of gravity engineers have been re-
ducing headroom and road clearance
to a disadvantageous degree. The de-
sired result has been accomplished in
the Victory Six without resorting to
either of these two means, for the
one-piece construction permits the e
limination of body sills—a saving in
height of at least two inches.
In addition, this union of body and
chassis gives still greater safety since
stress formerly transmitted to the
body sills is now taken by the frame,
giving the strength and firmness of
steel to parts formerly made of wood.
The natural result is a longer life
both for the car as a whole and for
the tires, as well as greater tire and
gasoline mileage.
Performance Proves Car's Success
Success of the new construction
methods employed in the Victory Six
is reflected in its performance. The
car has an easy speed of 65 miles per
hour, goes 21 miles on a gallon of
gasoline at a speed of 25 miles per
hour, and accelerates from 5 to 25
miles an hour in eight seconds, and
from 10 to 45 miles in 15 seconds.
Other features of the new
a cooling system which introduces
cool, water at various points
engine, instead of only one place, a
crankshaft free from vibration at any
speed, an oil system which provides
more oil the faster one drives, Lock
heed hydraulic four wheel brakes,
semi-elliptic springs both front and
rear, single plate clutch, selective
sliding gear transmission and stand
ard gear shift.
car are
in the
Y. W. C. A. WILL TEACH
HOW TO MAKE HUBBY
HAPPY AT BREAKFAST
Chicago.—Courtship, career and
calories in 10 lessons are to be offer
ed Chicago young women by the Y.
W. C. A.
Experts will tell them how to be
happy on the $1,500 a year; how to
make husbands happy at breakfast
and how to greet them when they re
turn at night.
Successful marriage, according to
Mrs. Gladys Jenkins under whose sup
ervision the course will be given, "is
not based on love in the sentimental
sense, but on psychology.
"We shall instruct our girls," she
said, "on personal charm; when not
to wear kid curlers, for example.
Sheridan—Local telephone system
rebuilt and modernized.
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