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v „ «riven by the board jjotke is JÄfol District No. 42 /trustees °' . gta te of Montana, 6 l cheridan c°^n - > , Trustees will said Boa 7 Sv 1928 at the to v °Vm. at school ' Westby, of f al V said school district, JontaW; "J-hest bidder for cash, âsd rtff ftu» ($ 1 , 000 . 00 ) for Amortisation, bondg wlll be the choice and _ e o r f fte said school board ^ OIld ch rtization bonds are sold and If amort^. . ggue may ^ put m jtcued. th® . d or divided into sev the said Board of étal ^ ond îl aV determine upon at the Trustees • h principal and inters time of Jlivable in semi-annual in ert to be c during a period of ten t v e date of issue, bonds are issuedI andsold Ibet '//urn of e $lM°(K> of the said Ï- Jc will become payable on j4ftdiv of June, 1929, and a like hear botfe [PROFESSIONAL ! 1 directory i VNVVtî ■ggsss r. 2« DR. HARRY J. ROBB Physician and Surgeon Phones: qc Residence 124 plentywood. MONT. DR. w. D, ROY dihtut PHON» 11» nwtywood HOWARD M. LEWIS lawyer A. C. ERICKSON ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Practice In All Courts Plentywood, Montana J. G. DEBING Abstracter PLENTYWOOD ABSTRACT CO. Office in Vollum Building Plentywood Montana Johnson THE Abetractman SHERIDAN COUNTY OF ABSTRACT COMPANY Only the Best Abstracts of Title Plentywood, Montana J. Dr. Edw. E. York, D.c.,Ph.c. —Electrotherapy— Mountain Sun Treatments Spew's Painless System of Adjust Plentywood at in g Montana DR. L a STEELE, SPECIALIST EYE. EAR NOSE and THROAT Office at Community Tonsil and Adenoid Clinic, Plentywood, Montana Eyes Examined. Glasses Pitted MOBT.R. KAHLE Chiropractor M N«uroc*lomcter Service »» Wook Montana "THE MINT" Cigar Store ^entywood Gottlieb & stadig, Proprietors Montana Martin nelson IS*"» ■*•«. In CoDuedHi L'nalertaker • MONT. JJKECIORY OF **0GRESaiVE 0P SHER1 DAN FARMERS COUNTY JiSTBY w.« j — me€ ts first and Sieum °* each month at WcTetnnv ^r - L M. Rohwedr Westby, Mont. Oonncil meets on 5*^8 tîîr ; W*" , month—Social Î art a4-].uliï 0nd ay in month at Temple. Mrs. P. D. **^*^•*7. Plentywood. amount on the same day each thereafter until all of such bonds paid. The said bonds whether amortiza tion or serial bonds, will bear date of June 30, 1928, and will bear interest at a rate not exceeding six per centum (6%) per annum, payable semi-annu ally, on the 30th day of June, and De cember in each year, and will be deemable in full on any interest pay ment date from and after five years from the date of issue. The said bonds will be sold for not less than their par value with accrued interest, and all bidders must state the lowest rate of interest at which they will purchase the bonds at par. The Board of Trustees reserves the right to reject any and all bids and to sell the said bonds at private sale. All bids other than by or on behalf of the State Board of Land Commis sioners must be accompanied by a cer tified check in the sum of $1,000.00, payable to the order of the Clerk, which will be forfeited by the success ful bidder in the event that he shall refuse to purchase the said bonds. All bids should be addressed to the undersigned clerk. year are re PETER C. OLSON, Chairman, School District No. 42, of Sheridan County, Ad dress, Westby Montana. Attpst* JOHN HODGSON, Clerk, School District No. 42 of Sheridan County, Address, Westby, Montana. (12-4t) ALIAS SUMMONS * IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL DIS^ TRICT OF THE STATE OF MON ANA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SHERIDAN. IRENE McGARRY, Plaintiff, —versus WILLIAM McGARRY, Defendant. THE STATE OF MONTANA Sends greetings to the above named defendant. You are hereby summoned to an swer the complaint in this action which is filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court, a copy of which is herewith served upon you in each 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 summons, 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. A sufficient statement of the facts to appraise you of the nature of this action is as follows: This action is for an absolute divorce from the bonds of matrimony existing between said plaintiff and said defendant up on the grounds of desertion and non support by the defendant, which will more fully appear in the complaint, on file in this action, to which com plaint reference is hereby made for full particulars. Witness my hand and the seal of said Court this 5th day of July, A. D. D. J. OLSON, Clerk By K. Borris, Deputy. (!4-4t) - NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE - 1928. ( Seal of ) (District Court) Arthur C. Erickson, Attorney for Plaintiff, Plentywood, Montana. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL DIS TRICT OF THE STATE OF MON TANA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SHERIDAN. 1 J. L. CLARK, Plaintiff, —versus— LOUIS ROBERSSON, a single man, sometimes known as Lars Rasmus son, E. J. LANDER & COMP&ANY, a corporation, and STANLEY P. SWENSON, Defendants. TO BE SOLD AT SHERIFF'S SALE, on the 14th day of July, 1928, at the front door of the County Court house at Plentywood, Sheridan county, Montana, the following described real estate, to-wit: . Northwest quarter (NW%.) of Section Twenty-three (23). East Half of the Northeast quarter (E 1 ^ NE ^4) of Section Twenty-two (22), all in Township Thirty-four (34), North of Range Fifty-five (55), East Montana Meridian, containing two hundred forty acres, more or less according to the government survey thereof, | and more particularly all the right, title, claim and interest of the said defendant, Louis Robersson, also known as Lars Rasmusson, in and to said real estate standing upon the records of Sheridan County, Montana, in the name of Louis Robersson. Dated this 19th day of June, 192b. RODNEY SALISBURRY, Sheriff. By Robert Robke, Under Sheriff. James G. Wagner, Attorney for Plaintiff, Plentywood, Montana. (12-4t) SUMMONS THE ™Int!ItH JUDraAL T MS F OF SHERIDAN. MAURICE DUFFY, Plaintiff, versus T PERSONS CLAIMING ANY IN ,X IN OR LIEN UPOJ the property herein de any PARI ALL terest real SCRIBED OR THEREOF, Defendants. THE STATE OF MONTANA, to all persons caliming any inter« est , otll ? en upon, the real propre» described, or any ants, Greeting; nnpaI You are hereby required to ap^ai of this summons, and set fo* interest or lien, if any, you have m or upon that certain real pr 0 î*F ty ' £ any Vrt thereof, s.tuated m ^ S ty paräcSarfy "'Jibed EartoS^te^'sE^of^eeUo^lV» & SW%) of Section Twenty One (Sec. W ai^ gSt 56 i£d you are hereby notiMJhah unless you so «PP^ 1 Court for «Ä a Ä to t «»plaint. on at D. to-wit for judgment determining the right, title and interest and estate of all persons having or claiming to have any right, title, interest claim or estate in and to said premises hereinbefore described, and determin ing the validity of any liens or en cumbrance which may be asserted up on or against said premises and that the title to said premises be adjudi cated and quieted in Plaintiff and such other persons as may be justly and legally entitled to have any in terest, in said premises declared to be vested in them and that the inter est and estate of each of said per sons in said premises be by said de cree fixed and determined, and declar ing null and void any interest or claim upon the title to said premises, or lien or encumbrance claimed thereon, not presented to the Court for determina tion in this action. Witness my hand and the seal of said Court this 19th day of June A. D. 1928. ( Seal of the ) (District Court) Daniel Fogarty, address West Bend, Catherine Nolan, address Pontiac, . Mathew H. Nolan, address Pontiac, D. J. OLSON. Clerk. By K. BORRIS, Deputy. MEMORANDUM BY PLAINTIFFS ATTORNEY The following persons are said to claim an interest in, or lien upon said property, adverse to Plaintiff. Martin Duffy, address Whitemore, la. Catherine Duffy, address White more, la. William Duffy, address Pontiac, Ill. Mary Duffy, address Pontiac, Ill. Hugh P. Duffy, address Pontiac, Ill. Elizabeth Duffy, address Pontiac, Ella Fogarty, address West Bend, Ill. la. la. 111 . / Ill. T. W. GREER, Attorney for Plaintiff. Residence and Postoffice address of Plaintiff's attorney: Plentywood, Montana. In the Matter of the Estate of CHRIS TIAN JACOBSON, Deceased, I cobson, deceased, together with a Co | dicil attached, and for the issuance of j Letters Testamentary, to May C. Ja | cobson, of Homestead, Montana, has been filed in this Court, and that Sat urday, the 14th day of July, A. D. 1928, at the hour of eleven (11) o' clock in the forenoon of said day, at the court room, at the county court house, at Plentywood, in the County j of Sheridan, State of Montana, has ; been set as the time and place for j hearing said Petition, when and where any person interested may appear and contest the same, and show cause, if any they have, why said Petition should not be granted. 1 Dated this 21st day of June, A. D. 12-5t AND NOTICE OF THE TIME PLACE SET FOR HEARING PRO BATE OF WILL AND PETI TION FOR LETTERS TESTA MENTARY IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL DIS TRICT OF THE STATE OF MON TANA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SHERIDAN. NOTICE IS HEREBY given, that a Petition for the probate of the Last Will and Testament of Christian Ja 1928. ( Court ) D. J. OLSON, ( Seal ) Clerk of said District Court. By K. BORRIS, Deputy Clerk. GRANT BAKEWELL, Medicine Lake, Montana. Attorney for Petitioner. m THE DIS TRICr COURT OF THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL DIS 13-13 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE TRICT OF THE STATE OF MON .TANA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SHERIDAN. - FARMERS TRUST & SAVINGS BANK, a corporation, Plaintiff, vs. JOHN J. FOLEY, BERTHA M. FO LEY, his wife; FARMERS & MER Z ; r/j K j » TO Hi I e u m "^ei 1 -iWfc» M ( J 11 ( Landau Coupe, *1045 * Body by Fisher Large Engine - Long Wheelbase and above all else - Big Value < \ : It runs to big proportions can Six. In size ... in quality . . . and, above all else ... in value . . . Beneath the hood • . . a big, clean brute of an engine. With 212 cubic inches piston displacement. Power ful as the driving wind. But smooth and silent at every speed . . . Then there's its wheelbase ... 117 inches in length. The source of the All-American's riding case. That and its long springs ... its oversize tires ... And its handsome Fisher bodies. Deep seated . . , luxurious . . . comfortable. Unique in the leg-room and head-room they combine with swank and style . . . Larger throughout than any other six selling for as little as $1043. And with its size comes the quality which makes it the biggest value offered in Its field. t-Door Sedan, $1045; Sport Roadster. $1075- Phaeton. $W$* 4-Door Sedan, tU45; CabrioUt, $USS, Landa\Zsedan. $1265. Piexe Senes Pontiac Six, $745 to S/t75 ... . , factory. Check Oakland-Pontiac delivered prices— thZ^ilclude Unrest handling charges. General Motors fiZcPayZln at minimum rate. this All-Ameri • • • I O. M. DONALDSON, Dealer War Tax Removed—Delivery Prices Reduced. KLAND merican six PRODUCT OF GENERAL ) MOTOna (r J • ) j-f 4 Rankin Gaming in Every Section of the State Reports from all sections of the state indicate that Wellington D. Ran kin will be nominated for governor on the republican ticket. It is gener ally conceded that Rankin will make the best campaign in the final, and be the greatest help to the entire re publican ticket. Rankin is independent and progres sive. He has the ability, character and courage, and his record as a pub lic official is above criticism. He was elected attorney general by the people of Montana; was appointed associate justice of the supreme court by form er Governor Joseph M. Dixon; and is the present United States Attorney for Montana, having been appointed to that office by President Coolidge. He was bom on a ranch in Montana, and attended the public school in Missoula; is a graduate of the Uni versity of Montana, of Harvard col lege and of Harvard Law School. He is one of the most able lawyers in Montana, standing with those at the County Grain Buyers Meet By County Agent Ferguson Last Thursday afternoon a number of grain buyers of Sheridan County met at the County Agent's office for the purpose of discussing the grain situation for 1928. Mr. E. J. Bell, wheat marketing specialist from the Montana State College at Bozeman, was present and gave a complete re sume of the protein situation, which has been an important factor in de termining the wheat prices for the past few years. Many interesting facts were brot out at this meeting relative to the way in which the elevator managers have attempted to reflect protein pre miums back to the farmer. Practical ly every elevator manager in Sheri CHANTS STATE BANK OF NEW ULM, a corporation; E. K. BOW MAN, A. H. BOWMAN, W. E. HARMON and P. J. ANDERSON, the State Board of Hail Insur ance, Defendants. t » as TO BE SOLD AT SHERIFF'S SALE, on the 28th day of July, A. D. 1928, at two o'clock in the afternoon of said day, at the front (south) door of the Courthouse, in the Town of Plentywood, Sheridan County, Mon tana, to the highest bidder for cash, the following described real property, situated in Sheridan County, Montana: South Half of the North Half (Sy 2 N%), and North Half of the South Half (NMs S%) of Section Thirty-three (33), Township Thir ty-seven (37), North of Range Fif ty five (55), E. M. M. together with the tenements and hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto be lated this 22nd day of June, 1928. RODNEY SALISBURY, Sheriff of Sheridan County, Mont. By ROBERT ROBKE, Under-sheriff. T. W. GREER, Plentywood, Montana, Attorney for Plaintiff. 1st publication, June 29, 1928. 4th publication, July 27, 1928. head of the bar of this state. He is a member of the American Legion. The people of Montana can all af ford to endorse the candidacy of Mr. Rankin, knowing that he is fearless _ 1 and that he will fight to the last ditch I for a principle and what he believes 1 is right and just. —Pd. Adv. dan County has attempted to give the farmer the benefit of the protein premiums secured for their wheat when sold on the terminal market. In many cases, considerable difficulty was encountered both by the elevator managers and farmers in marketing on the protein basis. The principal cause of this difficulty has been due to the farmers not keeping their high and low protein wheat separate at threshing time. There are many factors which in fluence the protein value in wheat. A series of tests conducted by the Montana Experiment Station show that the wheat that tests high in protein comes from land that has been summer fallowed or that has had com on it the previous year. Also land that has previously been sown to clover or legume crop pro duces a wheat that is higher in pro tein content than the land that has been cropped year after year. After some lengthy discussion as to methods of handling wheat so that the elevator managers would be bet ter enabled to reflect protein pre miums back to the farmers, it was decided to encourage the farmers to make a preliminary survey of their fields before harvesting so that the protein value in different fields might be determined. Those fields running high in protein should be binned on the farm at threshing time and held until after the fall rush was over. jor economical Transportation »I \Jrue 'Distinction with Body by Fisher "Jhe Coach only *585 2r2Ä?495 .fS95 Of all the reasons contributing to the tremen dous public acceptance of the Bigger and Better Chevrolet none is more important than the fact that it offers the distinction, safety and com fort of Body by Fisher. Not only do Chevrolet-Fisher bodies reveal outstanding beauty of line, detail and finish, but they provide the added strength and safety of Fisher's famous hardwood and steel con-Light Delivery $0*7C struction. And in every Chevrolet closed body (Chassis only) OiD there is provided the upholstery of rich pattern,Utility Truck $ the hardware of period design, and the attrac-( Chassis °" ly ^ tive color harmonies which are such important PTi ces mi u* ^ factors in true motor car distinction. Flint, Mich. When you examine the Chevrolet coach .you will realize how impressively it embodies these fundamentals of fine car quality, today! ! TV Coupe The 4-Door $ Sedan ....... The Convertible .Î695 675 art briolct a The Imperial $ Landau.•. ... 715 1 - 520 1 Come in < m * m n r y /a*, teL [ I f// Mil ■V'* 0 V* Lowers Delivered Prices or Tax Removal of CLAUSEN CHEVROLET CO, Dooley, Mont. PETERSON COMPANY Plentywood. Moat. GILBERT OLSON Dagmar, Mont. BEN BERG1E Medicine Lake. Mont. Q-U AIITÏ A -T LOW COST Wheat low in protein could be mar keted direct from the threshing ma chine or combine at a season when very little attention is paid to protein values by the millers. Statistics show that, over a period of years, the pro tein premiums increase after Decem ber 1st. If the fields that test high in protein were held on the farm un til the millers were paying more at tention to the protein values, the farmers would be able to secure a greater return for their high protein wheat and the elevator managers would be in a position to handle such wheat in carload lots and there would be a much better opportunity for them to pay the farmer on the protein basis. Information will be sent out from the Extension Office from time to time explaining how the preliminary tests can be made prior to threshing. SOME GAME Berkeley, Calif.—The University of California and Stanford have been playing a game of chess since 1925. The game is likely to last ten years. 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