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z Sunburst State Bank 4* •I* : • • ♦ • • -, • • •• X t i t ■ CAPITAL and EARNINGS $50,000.00 II J H J ■ & ■ J ■ ? 8 t S ESTABLISHED 1917 .....Bankers for the..... TOOLE COUNTY OIL FIELDS THE SUNBURST REFINING INDUSTRIES and for the S I AGRICULTURAL AND LIVESTOCK INDUSTRY TRIBUTARY TO SUNBURST 8 t S 8 S I 8 I 5 i m 5—5—5— î—î*»5**î—î**î—î**5—î—5»*î—î—î—5**î**î**î**5—Î* 4* 4*4* 4-4*4-4-4- 4* v > ■ 8 Time Saved by Radio Much time has been saved by radio. The custom of cheering a favorite speaker by the hour has been aban doned owing to the fact that the stonj stare of the microphone Is a reminder that it Is hooked up with a cast register.—Washington Star. Latest Thermometer A thermometer which has been re cently placed in the tower of the Ger man museum in Munich is 72 feet 6 Inches long. The Instrument not only shows the temperature at the moment, but also the maximum and minimum temperature on the preceding day. Trappings of Folly Affectation is to be always distin guisbed from hypocrisy, as being the act of counterfeiting those qualities which we might with innocence and safety be known to want. Hypocrisy Is the necessary burden of villainy; affectation part of the chosen trap pings of folly.—Doctor Johnson. Odd Computation The Austrian method of subtracting is the method of adding. For instance, the question Is asked "What added to 8 gives 13"—the answer Is "5"— which is the same as saying "13 minus 8." Weak Humanity We are accustomed to see men de ride what they do not understand, and snarl at the good and beautiful be cause it lies beyond their sympathies. —Goethe. 0 Vermont's Pride Vermont has the honor of being the first state admitted to the Union. It was admitted in 1791. Q Just another good thing added to the other good things of life Camel CIGARETTES WHY CAMELS ARE THE BETTER CIGARETTE Camels contain such tobaccos and such blending as have never been offered in any other cigarette. They are made of the choicest Turkish and American tobaccos grown. Camels are always smooth and mild. Camel quality is jealously maintained . . , by the world's largest organization of expert tobacco men ... it never varies. Smoke Camels as liberally as you choose . .. they will never tire your taste. Nor do they ever leave an unpleasant after-taste. « « % I * ill 1 , 0% 0 Reynolds Tobacco inston-Saletn, N. C © 1929, R. J. Company, Wi I Liner's Complement The crew of a large Atlantic liner numbers about 880 members. Six hundred of this number are In the stewards' department and In the strict sense of the term are not sailors. Getting Hard Boiled Middle age Is that period of life when the reader can go to bed and leave the hero in the hands of his worst enemv.—Toledo Blade. Sounds Reasonable English paper—" . . . bnt it Is a fact that diseases which prevailed then are now rare, and others which are now rare were common In the past. The Past "Why regret the past," said Hi Ho, the sage of Chinatown, "when there Is an unbounded future In which to repair its mistakes?"—Washington Star. Verdict Must Waif It Is never right to consider that a man has been made happy by fate until his life Is absolutely finished and he has ended his existence.—Soph odes. j i ! come distinguished for wisdom and j saintliness. Members of the higher orders are looked upon ns reincarug lions of departed saints. Tibetan Lamas Lamas, according to Tibetan cus toms. are those monks who have be j j ; With Most of Us Even the still, small voice of con j science becomes a habit. It keeps on ; getting stiller and smaller.—Exchange ' Not«» That Chang« "Cheers of the multitude," said H) ! Ho, the sage of Chinatown, "are often ; like the songs of birds who rejoice j I,, the springtime of hop«* and hecom« 1 silent In the autumn of experience." j -Washington Star. Hurricane's Progress A hurricane is started by the up ward convention over an era many miles in diameter of warm, humid air, probably in a rather calm region be tween oppositely directed currents of air. It comes to rest over land, or wherever else it no longer is fed by an abundant supply of warm, saturated air. Aurora Borealis Noiseless? The Carnegie institution says that the dispute as to the aurora borealis making a noise Is a moot question, but the evidence of most experienced observers is to the effect that there j is no noise accompanying the polar light displays. Some observers claim to have heard a noise somewhat sim ilar to a faint rustling during some displays. Teeth end Tusks in Sale Elephant tusks, hippopotamus teeth and rhinoceros horns changed owners In a sale held recently at Antwerp. Belgium. In all, more than 140.000 pounds of ivory, 2,400 pounds of teeth and 286 pounds of born were sold. Teeth suitable for making billiard balls, and known as ''billiard teeth." were In some demand. Topaz Superstition Emblem of strength and friendship is the beautiful topaz—your birth stone if you were born In November, The ancients believed the power of the topaz Increased as the moon in creased; that it banished terrors of the night ; protected the wearer dur ing Epidemics and strengthened the mind. Christmas Celebrations The various accounts of the com in New York cit y on Christmas. 1912. munity Christmas tree seem to agree that the first, tree of light was erected The practice was Immediately taken up by a number of other cities in the United States. Expansion of Heated Water Tile action of water on the appll cation of heat is different from that of other liquids. The volume of vva ter decreases from 0 to about 4 de grees centigrade, and then It in creases ns the temperature continues to Increase — Brooklyn Ragle. Ancient Gods Among the gods of the early Brit ish who were driven into Ireland was the sun god Nudd, or Ludd, as he was called. I.udgate. and it is thought that his temple stood on what is now Ludgnte lim m^ndon. Apollo, the sun god His name appears in of the Greeks and Romans, was wor shiped throughout the sunny lands of the south. Locust Not Poisonous Locusts neither sting nor bite. The ■eneral belief that they are poisonous s erroneous Education One of the prize-winning definition» of education, published in the Fnmm. Education la the knowledge, acquired through the ay* tematlc and harmonious cultivation of one's natural powers, which give* one the irblllty to adjust himself satisfac torlly to his physical and Intellectual environment." B * follows: Herring by the Million During the herring season In the North sea about 3,000 miles of nets are often let down in a single night A season's catch of 300,000,000 fish 1* nothing out of the ordinary. Mankind*a Curse? tabor is the curse of the world, and nobody can meddle with It without becoming proportionately brutffled.— Hawthorne. Moral » Count The span of life Is increasing and science claims the credit, but some thing Is duq to the fact that the good die young.—Brooklyn Times. Motor Car Advice Another way to make your new car's finish last Is always to park It between new cars. Teeth of Animals Among animals the elephant has the fewest teeth. They number ten, count Ing the two tusks. The anteater, how ever, has no teeth whatever. Phone your local news to 46. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE DIS NINETEETH TRICT OP THE STATE OP MON TANA, IN AND FOR THE COUN TY OP TOOLE. JUDICIAL ROBERT L. ROWLEY, Plaintiff, —vs.— Martin Forbord and Olga Porbord, his wife, L. C. Stevenson, Gordon Camp bell and Helen M. Campbell, his wife, Gordon Campbell, doing business as the Producers Operating Company, E. A. Louis, as Executor of the Last Will and Testament of Albert Goed dertz, Sr., Kevin Oil and Gas Com pany, a corporation, Gordon Camp bell Kevin Syndicate, a common law Trust; Harry O. Willard, W. W. Wheaton and C. W. Hay, Trustees of the Gordon Campbell-Kevin Syn dicate. To be sold at Sheriff's Sale on the 3th day of June, A. D., 1929, at 2 o'clock P. M„ at the front door of the Court House in the City of Shelby, in the said County of Toole, the following property: North Half of the Southwest Quar ter (N*4SWU) of Section Thirteen (13) Southeast Quarter (SE'/O, the East Half of the Southwest Quarter (E'/zSW'i) of Section Fourteen (14) , Township Thirty Six (36) North of Range Three (3), West, M. M. Containing Three Hundred and Twenty (320) acres, more or less, according to the Government Sur vey thereof, Together with all and singular the tenements, herediments, appurten ances, easements, water rights with ditches, flumes, headgates ease ments, rights of way, and all other rights, belonging or in any wise ap pertaining thereto. Defendants. ij ? 4* Dated this 14th dav of May, A. D., 1929. O. D. CLARK, Sheriff, By W. B. MARTIN, Undersheriff. FREEMAN, THELEN & FREEMAN, (2-4t) Attorneys for Plaintiff's IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID? Look at date of label. All subscrip tions must be paid in advance, if you wish to receive The Review in the future. Books and forms of ail kinds. The Review office is noted for good worl done when you want it. Try us once and you'll be with us always. Phone us your news. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE NINETEENTH JUDICIAL DIS TRICT OF THE STATE OF MON TANA, IN AND FOR THE COUN TY OP TOOLE. NELLIE RINKENBERGER, Plaintiff, —vs.— Francis Boisvert, a widower, Zenith Oil Company, a corporation, D. L. McDonald and Marie McDonald, his wife, Lloyd Callison, a widower, William Hewson and Mary Hewson, Huso, his wife, K. S. Huso and his wife if any, Hans Brandjord and ..Brandjord his wife if any, Oscar Helgerson and gerson, his wife if any, and Toole County, a body politic, Hel Defendants. To be sold at Sheriff's Sale on the j 15th day of June, A. D„ 1929, at 2 o'clock P. M„ at the front door of the Court House in the City of Shelby, in the said County of Toole, the following property: I S%SW% of Sec. 26, SWUNEU, ! WV'SE'4, SEMSE'%, Sec. 57; NE Vi NE Vi, SEM NEW of Sec. 34; all in Township Thirty Six (36) North of Range One (1) West. Montana Meridiah, together will all and singular the tenements, and appurtenances- thereunto be longing or in any wise appertain ing. Dated this 20th day of May. A. D„ i 1929. . O. D. CLARK. Sheriff. By W. B. MARTIN, Undersheriff. JOHN W. HUNTSBEROER. 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