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LEGAL NOTICES
SUMMONS
1N THE DISTRICT COURT OF
THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL DIS
TRICT OF THE STATE OF MON
TANA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY
OF SHERIDAN.
HUGH WHITMORE, VIDA CASE
and LOREN HAZEN, Plaintiffs.
—versus—
Ail persons claiming any interest in
lien upon the real property here
in described or any part thereof,
Defendants.
or
THE STATE OF MONTANA to all
persons claiming any interest in or
lien upon the real property herein de
scribed, or any part thereof, defend
ants, GREETINGS.
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint of Hugh
Whitmore, Vida Case, and Loren Ha
zen, plaintiffs, filed with the Clerk
of the above named court within sixty
days after the first publication of
this summons, and set forth the inter
est and lien, if any, you have in or
upon that certain land-or real estate
or any part thereof situated in the
County of Sheridan and State of Mon
tana, particularly described as follows:
Northwest quarter (NW^4) and
the Southwest quarter (SW%) of
Section twenty-four (24) in Town
ship thirty-five (35) North of
Range fifty-eight (58) East of the
Montana Meridian.
You are further notified that un
less you appear and answer the plaint
iffs will apply to the court for the
relief demanded in the complaint, to
wit: That it be adjudged and decreed
that the planitiffs are the sole own
ers of all real estate hereinbefore de
scribed, and that no other person or
persons have any claim, right, title,
or interest whatsoever in and to said
land and that the title thereto and
the possession hereof be fixed, de
termined and decreed to be in the
said plaintiffs, as hereinbefore set
forth.
WITNESS my hand and seal of this
Court this 26th day of February.
C. B. PETERSON,
(Seal of) Clerk of the District Court.
(District Court)
ARTHUR C. ERICKSON,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
Plentywood, Mont.
MEMORANDUM
The following persons are said to
claim an interest in, or lien upon, said
property, adverse to plaintiffs: None.
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DR. I. J. BRIDENSTINE
Physician and Surgeon
Montana
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HOWARD M. LEWIS
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Practice In AU Courts
Plentywood, Montana
J. G. DEBING
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PLENTYWOOD ABSTRACT CO
Office in Vollum Building
Plentywood
Montana
Johnson THE Abstract man
SHERIDAN COUNTY
ABSTRACT COMPANY
Only the Best Abstracts of Title
Plentywood, Montana
Dr. Edw. E. York, D.C„Ph.c.
—Electrotherapy—
Mountain Sun Treatments
Spear's Painless System of Adjust
Plcntywood
ing
Montana
DR. ROBT. R. KAHLE
Chiropractor
"Neurocalometor Service
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Outlook Montana
"THE MINT*
Cigar Store
GOTTLIEB & STADIG,
Proprietor*
Plentywood
Montana
MARTIN NELSON
Undertaker
Di U «S^ HearM to Connection
PLENTYWOOD
MONTANA
FROM AROUND THE COUNTY I
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. °™y returned Friday from
points m California, where, together
hls dau Sbter, Christine, they
have spent the winter. '
Oscar Olsen purchased a new Chev
roiei coupe from the Westby dealer
M îï day ix •
Mrs. Harry Grier, accompanied her
granddaughter Irma Weer of Grenora
to the latter's home Friday. Miss
Irma has spent the last two week^
relatives here -
Mrs^ Carl Lodahl visited with Mrs.
Beit Guenther Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Legge and chil
dren were Sunday visitors at Mrs.
Legge s parental home.
Bud Chapman and Frank Ehry
were calling at the Virgil Guenther
home Monday.
Bert Guenther and Albert Ator
were hauling rye into the Grenora el
evator Monday.
Ludvig Matheson was a Grenora
shopper the middle of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Deb Chapman return
ed the fore part of the week from
Crosby where they were guests for a
few days at the home of the latter's
sister.
Vern and Donald Guenther were in
Grenora Saturday having some dental
work done. "
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ator, Marvin
Weer, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Guenther
and children were callers on Mr ard'^
Mrs. Harry Grier Friday evening. *
Marvin torgerson and Rudolph Ste
phen were on business in Wp<?tbv cjot
urday. * Westby Sat
A number of Grenora vouno folk«
are staging a home talent' r»lav in thl
Brotherhood hall Wednesday ev-i'ng
A large crowd is anticipated as"the
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CTist n of'the OS B. R a * SS' "bovä
S » Mrs- Janus Jo™!!
children Monday "«
at the Emil Rasmussen home.
Tnna and Thomas Vor drove
from Plentywood Sunoay to visit with
relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Dolphy Lobdell were
among the Coalridge people who at-1
tended the St. Patrick's dance in PI..
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Mr. and Mrs. Harry Grier were en
tertamed at luncheon .Saturday by Mr.
and Mrs. John Powney,A social hour
was enjoyed after the Vepast.
H. Foss, implement dealer at Gre
nora sponsored ^ McCormick-Deenng
demonstration in connection with his
business Friday. The show was inter
esting as well as educational; togeth
er with the free lunch was enjoyed by
a large crowd of farmers from here.(
Fat Chapman was in Grenora Sat
urday with his truck.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Guenther vis-,
ited Thursday evening v ith Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Ator. They enjoyed a
game of whist. ' '
The county snow plow was out on
COALRiDGE
the Blue Trail Via Coalridge and An
telope, clearing the roads of the re
cent snow, the middle of the week.
Plumis Moore was among the Gre
nora Saturday shoppers.
Oscar Olsen returned Wednesday
from eastern points and while enroute
visited a few days with Mr. and Mrs.
Eldon Chapman at Alexander, N. D.
Mr. Chapman was formerly in the
pool hall business at this place.
"Stub" Stephen was hauling wheat
bo market Friday.
Mrs. Harold Guenther received word
that her brother, Joe Lee Hill, who
operated a newly opened coal mine in
the Antelope territory received a frac
tured leg the latter part of the week
while attempting to unload a car of
coal.
Tenna Swanson enjoyed a call from
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Margaret Stephen Monday afternoon,
i . ^ r * nnd Mrs. Clarence Nelson vis
' ited Sunday with relatives, Mr. and
Mrs - Raymond Brentleson.
Deputy Sheriff Smith was out here
on business Sunday and Monday.
Steele Holmes of Hanks, was hob
robbing with his many acquaintances
here Monda y- Mr. and Mrs. Holines
formerly resided at this place,
I Mr - and Mrs - Emil Hueth and chil
I dren visited with Mr. and Mrs. John
Murphy Sunday.
Adolph Stephen called on Mrs. Ben
Davis Sunday afternoon.
A host of friends congregated at the
^x e l Swanson homè Saturday evening
help Mrs. Swanson enjoy her birth
day. Four tables of progressive whist
1 were a t play until midnight at which
time luncheon was served. After the
repast Mrs. Bert Guenther was ac
c l aimed the champion Whist player of
tb e evening, the consolation going to
Mrs. Adolph Stephen. The remainder
of the time was spent in dancing and
various novelty games; with a few
brief minutes taken up with the busi- i
ness ' .._1
1 Tb® happy crowd separated for their j
respective homes in the wee hours of j
the morning, having enjoyed an eve-!
ning lon S to be remembered. I
Er nest Christensen was on business
in Grenora Monday. !
Edw - Guenther, who attends the !
grade schools in Plenty wood, spent!
16 week end with his parents here.
Mrs - Nels Paulsen entertained Mr.
and Mrs - Emil Rasmussen and boys
*° d i nner > Sunday.
Bernice Chap| i an and Mabel ^
called on "Grandma" Chapman Sun
day afternoon.
. The schot)1 trustees of Dist. 57 held
& eir regular meeting Thursday at
drove into Gre
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fa™'ng interests Monday in Grenora.
Mrs \ ^ ura ? nd 0mlle Chapman
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! . of tb° se enjoyable
whist parties is dated for Saturday
C ' L ; whist dub, at the
J M g Mathesoni home.
C ^,*S S Mrs H^Gnêî
several days lart week ^
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d . ^ a ? d 1 , Ml8 ;^ ertHar ÿ ur ^ were
Harshburger
nome ' m t0WTl Sunday.
(Received too late for last week!
i,, ece '' e< ' la f f0 ^ las ? week )
üert Guenther home was the
setting 0 f a whist and novelty game
P ar ty r rid ay evenmg. The visitors,
bringing their Inuch, pleasantly sur
pnsed.the Guenther folk. Three tables
of whist were at play until midnight
when it was discovered Mrs. Bert
Guenther had had won high honors
a mong the ladies and Harold Guen
Hier among the gentlemen. The two
lowest scores were held by Margaret
Stephen and Albert Ator.
James Lobdell drove into Grenora
Weonesoay on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Chapman mo
tored to Crosby Friday to spend a
few day with Mrs. Larson, a sister of
Mrs. Chapman.
Bert - ~uenther was at the Carvrt
Sampson larm Friday having * load
of feed ground.
Jake Anderson of Dagmar Is mh
played at the Harry Grier resid« -ice
A few Llends and relatives went to
the Emil Hueth home Tuesday evening
for a game of whist. Those parm i
pitting were: Mr. and Mrs. Jo in Mu -
phy, Mr. and Mrs. Axel Swaison, Mr.
and Mrs. Adolph Stephen, Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Chapman, Rudolph Steph
en, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Emil Hueth and
Paul Stephen. Before serving the
freshments the scores were totaled
and Mesdames John Murphy and A.
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of the Clear liike whist club. |
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Stephen received hi&b honors and
their respective husbands the two low
est scores. _ . , _ ,
Mr. and Mrs. Dolphy Lobdell and
children visited relatives in Plenty
wood Thursday and returned the fol
lowing day. .
1 Mr. and Mrs. Peter Lobdahl spent
! Wednesday with the Nels Rasmussen
Raymond, were t • pping in Wes'oy
* :, i Wed»'« ! 8 .lay.
An appropriate party was staged
Friday evening at the Brotherhood
Hall in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Ray
mond Brentleson's recent marriage.
Friends and relatives of the happy
young couple presented them with a
beautiful library table and combina
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jn attendance and reported a most en
Joy able time.
i'he soi. of I'reo Her ; .mi Mem the
Antelope territory was in town Friday
calling on relatives, Mr. and Mrs.
Dolphy Lobdell, and attending to bus
in ess.
Guenther in regard to school matters,
Fiiday evening,
L.nest Chrlot-ni'Cn was a business
caller in Plenty wood Tuesday.
Soren Rasmussen drove into Gre
uora Friday to get his sister Lila who
« attending school at that place. Miss
Rasmussen visited at her parental
Plumis Moore was transacting bus
^^ÄaeHina.a^nt
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FrMaV"ventag' a^LTom^of
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eve ^ W3S the entert amment of the
Bert Guen + her secured a W record
'vheat from Math Otlenocc/t TuesC
Elmer and Carl Hueth, Anna and
Sam Swanson enioved a radio r.ro
Rram Wednesday evening at Mrs
S ph Tephens'
Mr and Mrg H&rold Gu<Jnther n {j .
tored to Plywood Saturday to
spend the week end wi:i their son,
Edward, who It, attemlnig school
there. The Gau h is returned Sin
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(Received too late for last week)
School commenced in the Ueland
school Monday with two teachers in
charge.
Miss Ferch and a few of the school
children Were invited to the Palmer
Jensen home Thursday evening to help
celebrate Russel Jensen's sixth birth
day. Games entertained the company
and a dainty lunch was served. Rus
sei received a number of pleasing
gifts.
folks.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ator and Mr.
and Mrs. B. R. Guenther and children
cr lied on the Tlustosch family Sunday
afternoon.
Messrs, Kauffman, Guenther, Moore
and Ator were at the local coal mine
this week.
Roy Listoe was in town from his
home north of Friday.
Rudolph Stephen, Sr., and son Paul
were cleaning seed grain at the John
Murphy farm
Charlie Moore s}»nt this week et
the Christ Ibsen home.
The Brentleson oroJiers, Lester and
ÿnjvriting desk. AJarge crowd was
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Miss Susie Legge, teacher at the
Whittier school called on Mrs. Bert
Mrs. O. M. Lutnes was a school
visitor Friday.
A nine months term of school was
commenced in the Pleasant Valley
school Monday.
NORTHLAND SEED COMPANY
Sidney, Mont.
"HARDY ACCLIMATED SEEDS"
Send for Price and Samples
Producer—Seedsmen
Miss Sloan of* Bozer
1 Hanson of Plentywood
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dally. The house was crowded, the
music was fine and a splendid lunch
3s E r„ d untd m Ä Ä
of Z^rty^reTte
Leer ' J °bansen, Jensen, Casper and
j or „ ensen families
Next Saturday tbe 16th> will be the
old timers dance, put on by the com
?> ercial c ' ub . and °" the 28rd » group
eas f ot J™ entertain.
Several carloads from here drove to
PIent ywood Wednesday morning to
at ? €nd of Dr. Robb. Mrs.
Rice and Mrs. Titzel came from Chi
cag0 Tuesday to be present,
^ Mfi ssrs. Geo. Andersen and Halvor
Everson each have a crew unloading
cars of machinery and lumber, getting
ready for the spring rush.
The Community Oil Co. is prepar
^ ng ^ or ^b© spring demand for oil and
gas. A car of lubricating oil and a
couple of tanks of gasoline have al
ready made their apeparance.
Activities along the railroad indi
cate that the new steel will be laid
from Medicine Lake to Plentywood
early in the. spring. This heavy steel
bad been laid as far as the Lake last
fall
Mr. and Mrs. Selmer Espeland and
children returned Sunday by car from
Omaha, Neb. John Richard Sealze,
young nephew of Mrs. Espeland's
companied them.
Miss Ella Hansen of Westby visited
at the home of her cousin, Mrs. Palm
er Jensen, from Thursday to Satur
day.
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RESERVE
(Received too late for last week)
The community ladies aid society
will hold its March meeting at the
home of Mrs. Claus Strand on March
21. Important business will be trans
acted so a full attendance is desired.
Mr. and Mrs. Len Rue of Plenty
wood were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Ray Kallak Saturday evening and at
tended the card party and dance at
the school house.
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Christensen of
Poplar are spending a few days visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. Axel Christensen
and other friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Evensen enter
tained a few friends complimentary
to Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Christensen,
last Monday evening.
Miss Sloan of Bozeman and Miss
; ™ GTblwns'at 12 o'cl^ Mnche^
'last Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henderson of Broad
view arrived last week to make their
home in Reserve. They have pur
chased the A. R. Rice home and in
tend to farm extensively on the res
ervation.
Mr. Rice and Mrs. Gunderson and
Mr. and Mrs. Henderson were called
to Plentywood Sunday by the sad in
formation of the death of Dr. Robb.
Thyra Whitish of Plentywood has
been employed at the Han Larsen
home.
Wälder Rasmussen left for Daven
port, Iowa, Thursday afternoon.
Geo. Andersen and Halvor Everson
drove to Williston Monday bringing
car.
The curd party and dance put on in
evening by
was a
The Jacob Petersen family
are mov
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the CH4LLEWGER ..^/i
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Wide Range of Colors
at No Extra Cost
75.
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A\ 0 L P ... factory
Coach, $695; 2-Pass Coupe.
$695; 1'haeton, $695; Cou
pc(tcith t umble seat),$725j
Standard Sedan, $795»
Town Sedan, $850; Road
iter, $850; Convertible
Coupe. $895.
Standard Equipment in
cludes: 4 hydraulic shock a b
torbers—electric gas and oil
gauge — radiator shutters—
taddle lamps — windshield
wiper — rear view mirror —
electralock — controls on
steering wheel — oil bright
part* chromium ■ plated.
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during /%/ation-wide
CHALLENGED WEEK
On a recent trial the Essex easily reached 70 miles per
hour and apparently would run at 60 miles an hour all day
if roads permitted. It accelerated from 10 to 70 miles in
17 seconds. Another test showed a fuel consumption of
one gallon for every 22.38 miles. Hill climbing tests were
remarkable considering bad conditions of the hill roads.
all day long is well within
its range.
One million owners know
the special advantages of
the Super-Six. They are
best qualified to compare
the Essex the Challenger.
To them we otfer first
opportunity to test the
most powerful, the largest,
roomiest, smoothest, easi
est riding—most complete
Essex ever built. But all
motordom must be as
tounded that even with
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Above we show some of
the local records, officially
observed by newspaper
men .which Essex the Chal
lenger established during
Nationwide Challenger
Week. Owners here, and
owners by thousands all
over the country, have
duplicated these tests, or,
at least, verified the cap
— acity of their own Essex
the Challenger to repro
duce any or all of these
proofs.
IN FAST GET-AWAY
—no car is excepted. IN
SPEED — anything the
road offers up to 70 miles
an hour.
IN HILL
CLIMBING—against
any car you choose. IN
APPEARANCE —match
it for smartness with cost
lier cars. IN EASE OF
DRIVING — note
smoothness of motor —
ease of steering—roadabil
ity and effectiveness of lowest in Essex history—a
price but little above the low
est-pricedcar on the market.
seventy-six notable im
provements, the price is the
brakes. IN ENDUR
ANCE—60 miles an hour
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Mlatch ESSEX the CIMUJEIIGER
R. E. Lang, Dealer Plentywood
g to „heir farm home east of town.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Mauritsen who
b^ebcen visiting the Paul Mauritsen
famdy for a few days returned to
Wm. Rokken i^busy 0 thî week re
decorating the interior of the hard
ware store. He had just completed
IT'S SURPRISING
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A few packets of
seed, spaded soil,
a rake and some
string — your
planting's done.
HOW EASILY
Sunshine and
moisture bring
up the sprouts
and the great
miracle is on.
BEAUTIFUL FLOWERS
All sum
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and bl<
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radiatin
color an
fragrance.
ARE CROWN FRO
High growers*
dwarfs, climbers,
—reds, yellows,
blues—all shades.
—Everything you
could want in
annual flowers.
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THESE
^Dependable Everywhere
Nor
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Jll Standard Six«
Vegetable 'Packets
dlndJKCost Of TT/ie
Flower Packets
c/lsl^Your
Dealer
nq better seeds at any PRICE
locom 1 d ? ve ~J V °H d largest steam
< S erviJp tl hpt^i aCed ri n J? gular frei «bt
152? N. D. Gl6ndlVe and Man '
giving the Tjomsos store
paint.
a coat of

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