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fil NOTICES Bll)S work*on*three school construction be (iug at side ZtfSSfc* building set over „ill be 18 x 28 , 6 feet "foot above ground. «UI be 20xÄ 6 » 'So ««»ted one foot above deep, ^nuu. --a IN are to be 12 ' 1 * t-wach basement to have a foot square in one corner. %td, 6 f0 ° l n a j three school houses M from floor of basement, to ** .If three furnaces, one in installing chemical & CI1 » to furnish all toilful district i . . Tbe.f r par ty receiving contract all sand, rocks, etc. b 3 " 1 tLi N to be moved about 60 One se * 1001 is the right to r? & board reserves all bids. -.„et be received by clerk of w itari -' :0 ° °' cl0< *' Sat - school bear« urda.v, June ^ FKE ' D W IBE, Clerk, Antelope, Mont. > any ° r .4; OF SHERIFF'S SALE notice tH f DISTRICT court of iï TWENTIETH JUDICIAL DIS ÎdtTOF THE STATE OF MON T aa IS AND FOR THE COUNTY SHERIDAN. PUT BABCOCK, Plaintiff, r ' —versus— rnVCVILLE STATE BANK, a cor E ^ r ation and FIRST STATE BANK OF ivAl.NET GROVE, a corpora tion. Defendants. AT SHERIFF'S to BE SOLD _ qlE, at public auction, to the high " bidder for cash in hand, at the door of the County Courthouse, £ ibe town of Plentywood, Sheridan r.njitv Montana, on the 16th day of Jure, 1928, at 2:00 o'clock P. M. the Allowing described real estate situate est I PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY SB fl DR. HARRY J. ROBB Physician and Surgeon Phones: Residence 124 Office 36 PLENTYWOOD, MONT. DR. W. D. ROY DEOTZST FH02TE 11» Plintywood HOWARD M. LEWIS LAWYER A. C. ERICKSON ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Practice In AU Courts Plentywood, Montana J. G. DEBING Abstracter PLENTYWOOD ABSTRACT CO. Office in Vollum Building Plentywood Montana Johnson THE Abstractman SHERIDAN COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY Only the Best Abstracts of Title Plentywood, Montana h Edw. E. York, D.c.,Ph.c. Electrotherapy— « 'l ount ?* n Sun Treatments Karg Painless System of Adjost I'lwtywood mg Montana DR. E. G. STEELE, pw ^ SPECIALIST EAR NOSE - Office at ^mmunity Tonsil and Adenoid Umc, Plentywood, Montana J-Ycs Examined. Glasses Fitted and THROAT muobt.r. kahle Chiropractor Neurocalometer Service" Outlook Montana "THE MINT" DgBr Store Plentywood Montana g °TTUEB & STAD1G, Proprietors Martin r H,*!"* b Comète L^'Wood . . worn. NELSON in Sheridan County, Montana, to-wif , A1 [ tbe nght title and interest which the defendant Evansville State Bank had on the 12th day of Mav 1926, or thereafter acquired in ana ..to the Southwest Quarter (S'WM ) of Section Eleven ( 11 ) i n Township Thirty-one (31), North of Ranee Fifty-five (55) E M. M. together with all tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging so much of said real estate as niav be necessary to satisfy a judgment in the sum of lime Hundred Thirtv-live and 35-J00ths ($336.35) )Dollars and costs accruing after the rendition of said judgment. Dated May 23, 1928. RODNEY SALISBURY, Sheriff of Sheridan County, Montana By Robert Robke, Under Sheriff. ÜÎ 8-4t ALIAS SUMMONS IN T51L DISTRICT COURT OF THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL DIS TRICT OF THE STATE OF MON TANa .N AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SHERIDAN. MARIE PRICE, Plaintiff, ""V6rsuS"" HORACE PRICE, Defendant. THE STATE OF MONTANA Sends greetings to the above named defendant. You are hereby summoned to swer the complaint in which is filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court, a copy of which is herewith served upon you in the County wherein you reside,* and to file your answer and serve a copy thereof upon the plaintiff's attorney within twenty days after service of this sum-1 mons, exclusive of the day of service; and in case of your failure to appear or answer, judgment will be taken against you, by default, for the relief demanded in the complaint. This is an action brought by the plaintiff, Marie Price, to obtain a de cree of divorce from the said defend ant, Horace Price, upon the grounds of desertion and abandonment. That the complaint in said action alleges that the plaintiff and defendant in ter-married at Culbertson, Montana, on the 2nd day of December A. D. 1925, and ever since have been and I now are husband and wife, and that the plaintiff has been a bona fide res ident of the State of Montana, for more than one year immediately pre an this action ceding the commencement of this ac- [ tion, and that on the 2nd day of De - 1 cember A. D. 1925, and immediately after their said marriage, the said defendant wilfully and unlawfully and without any reason, deserted and abandoned the plaintiff without any sufficient cause and against her will and without her consent; as more ful ly appears by the complaint filed in said action, to which reference is here by made. Witness my hand and the seal of said Court this 19th dav of May A. D. 1928. ( Seal of the ) ( District Court ) D. J. OLSON, Clerk. By K. Borris, Deputy. :V >■ GRANT BAKEWELL, j Medicine Lake, Mont. ! Attorney for Plaintiff. 8-t4 NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the matter of the Estate of Annette Grimsrud, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the undersighed, Albert M. Grimsrud, administrator of the estate of Annette Grimsrud deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within four (4) months after the first publication of this notice, to the said Albert M. Grimsrud at Antelope, Montana, the same being the place for the trans action of the business of said estate in the county of Sheridan. Dated May 15, 1928. ALBERT M. GRIMSRUD, Administrator of the estate of Annette Grimsrud, Deceased. James G. Wagner, Plentywood, Montana, Attorney for Estate. First publication May 18, 1928. Last publication June 8 , 1928. 9 NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the matter of the Estate of Anton Misslin, deceased NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the undersigned Andrew Misslin, Ad ministrator of the Estate of Anton Misslin, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within ten ( 10 ) months after the first publica tion of this notice to the said Admin istrator at the office of Howard M. Lewis, Esquire, Plentywood, Montana, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said es tate in the County of Sheridan. Dated May 17, 1928. ANDREW MISSLIN, Administrator of the Estate of Anton Misslin, Deceased. Howard M. Lewis, Lawyer, Plentywood, Montana, Attorney for Estate. First publication May 18, 1928. Last Publication June 8 , 1928. NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the matter of the Estate of H. F. Luehrs, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the undersigned, Ferdinand Luehrs, Administrator, with the will annexed, of the Estate of H. F. Luehrs deceas ed, to the creditors of, and all P?f sans having claims against the said de ceased, to exhibit them with the neces sary vouchers, within four (4) months after the first publication of this no tice, to the said administrator at tne office of Howard M, Lewis, Esquire, at Plentywood, Montana, the same be ing the place for the transaction of the business of said estate in the coun ty of Sheridan. Dated May 12th 1928. FERDINAND LUEHRS, Administrator, with the will an nexed of the estate of H. *• Luehrs, deceased. Howard M. Lewis, Esquire, Plentywood, Montana, Attorney for Administrator First publication May 18,,1928. Last publication June 8 , 1928. £ £ 1 - in WHY I kissed my Darling May And never kept the score. She was so sweetly gay, I kissed my Darling May. Mv facefelt queer all day With rouge and paint galore. I kissed my d f rli ?sJ" ay ' And never kept the score. road buys 4,600 freight Milwaukee of all classes. cars NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned will , on the 30th day of June, 1928, apply to the County i Treasurer of Sheridan County, Mon tana, for a tax deed to the following described property, to-wit: Lot numbered ten ( 10 ) of Block numbered seventeen (17) of the orig inal Townsite of Outlook, Montana. Amount due, $93.29. Dated May 25, 1928. _ YOU AND EACH OF YOU, will hereby take notice, that at a special meeting of the directors of the above named corporation, held at the office of said corporation at Dagmar, Sheri dan County, Montana, on the 24th day of May 1928, a resolution was duly , made, seconded, carried bv vote, and duly adopted, to the effect that at a I meeting of the stockholders of said corporation, appearing as such upon its books, be called for the 6 th day of July, 1928, at the hour of 2 o'clock P. M., of said day, at the building and principal place of business of said cor poration, at Dagmar, Montana, for the purpose of considering the ques tion of amending the articles of in NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED ANTON E. WILSON, Applicant. By HOWARD M. LEWIS, Plentywood, Montana. Attorney for said Applicant. 8-5t TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OF FARMERS CO-OPERATIVE AS SOCIATION OF DAGMAR, DAGMAR, MONTANA , . -, ^ ^ i cor p oi ;ation Farmers Co-Operative j Association of Dagmar, in proper 1 n ? 1 ' and herewith served upon you, en « in this envelope. T &ai V ° f sa } d stockholders ^ as +• U y Ca i i by said directors, at • f time and place aforesaid to con . t,uestlon of amending the prc p s °f lnco . r P ora t lo n of said Farm ' _ Q '^ P ^ atl ''® -Association of Dag Pnn ,.';,i P v Sald m , eetlns will also i ' 9. f . tb ? by ; n A. f * ai< ^.°^P ora t 1 on, likewise in }t, p P ffw™V ^ the subptai 9ce, and to f d by-laws, in ki, pw1 - p „ mc,0?ed herewith, and ,, i, + £ tlnR tbe stot 'knolders of ! nprc P, t ' t ' on niay a PPear and vote j P ' ' eacb may send in his t -1 Oli , v ■ -to «*.**** M >4 risr ■ V, i î.V'iM ■ Having decided to quit farming I will sell at Public Auction, at my place four miles south and 3 1-2 miles east of Doolev: 5 miles south %/ * and 2 1 -2 miles west of Comertown, the following described personal property, on P SALE STARTS AT 1 P. M. Horses Machinery FORD CAR f 1 Mouse colored gelding, 3 years weight about 1000. 1 bay mare, 4 yr. old, wt. 1 100. Ibay gelding 9 years old, weight 1200. 1 black mare, 9 years old, weight 1 100. 1 gray mare, 10 years old, weight 1300. 1 iron gray mare, 8 years old, wt. 1300. 1 black mare, 4 years old, weight 1350. 1 black gelding, 8 years old, weight 1400 1 sorrel gelding, 9 years old, weight 1000 1 black mare, 9 years old, weight 1200 1 gray mare, 14 years old, weight 1100 1 gray gelding 13 years old, weight 1100 1 gray gelding 14 years old, weight 1400 1 gray gelding, 1 3 years old, weight 1200 old. 1 Moline Gang, 14 inch. 1 8-ft McCormick-Deering binder, 1 10-ft. McCormick-Deering double disc drill. Harness new • 3 sets Breeching harness 9 sets of other work harness. 12 collars 1 1 0-ft. Peoria single disc drill 1 20-ft. iron harrow. 1 Deering grass mower. 1 Deering hay rake. 1 3 1 /4 inch Bettendorf Cows 2 Milk Cows Chickens 43 Chickens 1 7-ft tandem disc. 1 Bob sleigh. Many other articles too numerous to men tion. wagon. 1 31/2 inch iron wheel wagon. 1 80-bushel grain box. 1 30-barrel steel tank. 1 potato cultivator. ♦JhJhJh} I About 200 Bushels of Oats I ♦ .. . r . X 1 7x14 hay rack. I blacksmith outfit. All Items Over $ 10.00 Time Will Be Given Until Oct tober 1,1928, on Bankable Paper— 5 per cent Discount for Cash Terms I £ £ 0 1 CHRIS REINLASODER, Owner £ 1 £ COLONEL HYDE, Auctioneer CARL BULL, Clerk wmtten vote, & by Jum, which may be rea ? 1 " su 5" meeting, and shall be equivalent to a vote of said stockholder so signing each of said .tespective written votes. A written vote, in blank, is enclosed herewith and is likewise served upon each of said stockholders, to be used as a written vote, it said stockholder re ceiving the same so desires, and elects to use said written vote instead of appearing at said meeting in person, The resolution of the directors which was passed at such meeting, relative to the amendment of the Ar tides of Incorporation, and which is to be voted upon, is as follows: "BE IT RESOLVED By the Board of Directors of Farmers Co-operative Association of Dagmar, Montana that a meeting of stockholders of said poration, appearing as such upon its books, be called for the 6 th day of July, 1928, at the hour of 2 o'clock P. M„ of said day, at the buildin E aSd principal place of business of said cor poration, at Dagmar, Montana, for the purpose of considering the amend ment of the articles of incorporation^DUN increasing the capital stock from $20, 900 to $50,000 as set forth in the pro josed draft of amended articles of in corporation, which were to be prepar ed by Thomas Sundsted, Jorgen Jer gensen, Niels Christensen, Fred Olson, and William Johnson, and, in printed | form, as amended, is to be submitted i to said stockholders at said meeting. Eet service of a printed copy of said amended article of incorporation be served, by mail, upon each of said stockholders, at least thirty (30) days Previous to the date of said bolding of such meeting in accordance with law." cor °f The resolution of said directors, which was passed at such meeting, | and is to be voted upon, relative to ; the amendment of the by-laws said corporation, is as follows: "BE IT RESOLVED, Bv the Board of Directors of Farmers Co-operative Association of Dagmar, Dagmar, Mon tana, that a meeting of such stock holders of such corporation, appear ing as such upon its books, be called for the 6 th day of July, 1928, at the building and principal place of busi ness of said corporation, at Dagmar, Montana, at the hour of 2 o'clock P. M., of said day, for the purpose of considering the question of amending the by-laws of said corporation by in creasing the capital stock of said cor poration from $ 20 , 000.00 to $60,000.00, in the form and of the substance and to the effect of the draft of safd pro posed amended by-laws prepared bv Thomas Sunsted, Jörgen Jorgensen Neils Christensen, Fred Olsen and William Johnston, and in printed form, to be submitted at least thirtv (30) days prior to such meeting and a notice of such meeting to each of such stockholders." Date dthis 24th day of May 1928 WILLIAM JOHNSON, Secretary HOWARD M. LEWIS, Plentywood, Montana, THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL DIS ÎSÎHL, ( ,Î' 0 R ^ EI $J jY THE SEVEN * T^ENTH) OF THE STATE OF E()R THE 1 Y Oh SHERIDAN, Attorney for the Company. 9-t4 ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WHY ORDER OF SALE OF REAL ES TATE SHOULD NOT BE MADE IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF A. E. SALISBURY, Deceased. It appearing to this Court by the pe tition this day presented and filed by N. L. Nelson, the administrator of the estate of A. E. Salisbury, deceased, that said decedent being indebted to Gold-Stabeck Company, mortgaged his real estate thereto; that said mort gage has been foreclosed; that the taxes upon said lands have been de linquent for the years 1919 to 1927, inclusive; that an application has been made for a tax deed of, in and to the real estate belonging to said estate; that it is necessary to sell the whole : of said real estate of said decedent ; to pay the debts of decedent and the expenses and charges of administra tion; AND IT FURTHER APPEARING TO THE COURT, from such petition, that it is necessary, and would be for the advantage, benefit and best inter ests of said estate, and those interest ed therein, to sell the whole of the right, title, claim and interest of said decedent in and to said real estate, IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED That all persons interested in said es tate appear before the Court or Judge on the 16th day of June, 1928, at the hour of ten (10) o'clock A. M., of said day, at the courtroom of said court at Plentywood, Sheridan county, Montana, to show cause why an orçler should not be granted to said adminis trator to sell the whole of the equity of said estate, in and to said real es tate; that said order be published once a week for two ( 2 ) consecutive weeks in the Producers News, a news paper published in said Sheridan coun ty, Montana. DATED this 28th day of May, 1928. S. E. PAUL, Judge of the District Court (9-2t) NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed proposals will be received by the Board of Trustees of School Dis trict No. 42, Sheridan County, Mon tana, up till six o'clock, Wednesday evening, June 13th, 1928, at the home of John Hodgson, clerk, in section 3, Township 37, Range 57, Sheridan County, Montana, postoffice, Westby, Montana, for the following proposi tions, to-wit: 1. For the material for the construc tion of a teacherage, size 18x20; 2. For the construction of the Teach erage; 3. For the construction of a full base ment, 18x20x7. Plans and specifications may be * Reboring and Regrinding We have installed a Reboring and Regrinding ma chine. Bring in your motors and have them made like new. All work guaranteed, at reasonable prices. Don't forget we can recharge your Ford Magneto while you are in town shopping, with the latest Colpin magneto charger. Plentywood Auto Company * seen at the home of clerk aforesaid. Certified check in an amount equal to five per cent of the amount of bid, must accompany each bid, made pay able to the Clerk, The Board reserves the right to re ject any and all bids. Signed BOARD OF TRUSTEES OP SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 42, SHERIDAN COUNTY, MONT. By PETER C. OLSEN, Chairman. JOHN HODGSON, Clerk. 9-t2 Dated Westby, Montana, May 28, 1928. Attest: How lt's Done How doth the pretty little Jane Keep dated all the time? By sitting where the sitting's good— « And showing perfect lines, Coolidge Vetoes Highway Bill for Indian Reserves Washington, May 19,—President Coolidge today vetoed a bill to appro priate $3,500,000 for roads on the pub lic domain and on Indian reservations. Immediately after the veto message was read in the senate Senator Oddie, republican of Nevada, author of the bill, announced he would ask the sen ate to override the veto.