The Ekalaka Eagle (Ekalaka, Mont.) 1923-current, November 20, 1925, Image 5

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THE EKALAKA •, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1925. MULES WANTED I am in the market to buy mules. If you have mules to sell, don't go °nowhere to be cheated. Come to me. -A. E. Davie, Ekalaka, Mont. 10-2 COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS The Board of County Commission- ers met in regular session in Eka- 'aka on October 6th, 1925 at 9 A. M. Members preaent John F. Buck, John E. Johnston and U. C. Patton and clerk. The following claims were audited and allowed by the Board: Name Purpose All'd. E P Kinney, mileage $ 2.30 George Vinton, Mileage 3.34 State Pub, Co., Session laws 8.00 Septon Cady, Spec. Deputy 12.00 Geo. Vinton, Salary 23.02 P. M. McLean, Mileage 52.70 M. H. Dinstel, J P Juror 1.60 Raymond Hayes, J P Juror 1.60 P M McLean, Board Prisoners 57.76 P M McLe,an, Mileage Co Attorney 28.40 Jennie Carlson, Mileage • 17.60 Wm hfcCractz J P Witness 3.30 M C Madden' ' I ) Witness 1.60 A M Nelson, reens 164.00 C F Hayes, J P Juror 1.60 Marie Beilage, J P Witness 3.50 Elizabeth Beilage, J I' Witnese 3.50 Charters Mere. Co., Clothing . 6.35 W. L. Wash, Tax refund (Disallowed, $16.35.) Continental Oil Co., Gas - 14.03 Carl Beilage, J P Witness 3.50 Burroughs Adding Mach. Co , Service 19.80 A M Nelson, Salary 90.00 3 E Davis, Clerk 38.16 W G Poole, Co Atty Steno. 90.00 Bessie Cleveland, Clk for Co Clk. 84.00 Geo Taylor, J P Witness 3.50 Velva Whitney, Dep Co Clk 100.00 Bancroft Whitney Co., 2 di- gests 32.60 Dr Chas James, Prof Services (Disallowed, $50.00) Olga Albert, Clk for Trees 31.16 Carl Ostlund, Clothing (Disallowed, $22.50) Lee D Porter, J P Juror 1.60 E P Kinney, Salary 23.02 D R McKenzie, Auto hire 18.40 W G Poole, Expenses 7.00 John D. Craft, J P Juror 1.50 Charters Merc Co, Janitor' aupplies 1.25 B Rochfort, Rdwk No. 1 89.26 H E Patton, Teams No. 1 138.00 B B Sandy, Health Work 44.00 Petty Cash Acct., Frt on grader 148.74 II F Beasley, Tractor operator 24.00 Thos J Padden, Rdwk No. 2 22.76 Chas Hubbard, Rdwk No. 2 24.87 Clarence Russell, Super &. teams No. 2 82.00 Charters Mere Co., Rd tools 1.50 R C Yates, Super & teams No. 8 42.00 R F Rolfaon, Grader operator 12.00 Wm Yates, Rdwk No. 3 7.00 B E Cordell, Rdwk No. 2 44.50 Western Supply Co., Frt on Grader 35.73 Elmer Townsend, Rdwk No. 2 5.00 John Dahl, Tool repairs 13.80 M Westland, Rdwk No. 3 46.75 Floyd Westland, Rdwk No. 3. 26.50 E C Peri°, Repair culvert No 1 5.00 J A Gee, Tool repair No. 1 13 50 B M Renshaw, Hauling culvert 5.00 Baker Motor Sales Co., Oil and Glenn Clark, mileage 6.00 E M Hough, Bridge plank 38.86 The Board adjourned at 5 P. M. Reconvened at 7 I'. M. and attended to several miecellaneous matters and adjourned at 10 P. M. Oct. 6th. The Board reconveenew at 9 A. M., Oct- tober 6th, all members present. Claims -Continued: Name Purpose All'd John E Johnston, Inspect No. 3 26.00 John F Buck, Inspect No. 2 17.00 John E. Johnston, Bridge in- spect No. 3 16.00 U C Patton, Inspect No. 1 26.37 Continental Oil Co., Gas ... 55.46 C K Aldrich, Rdwk & Gas . 86.80 O A Dahl, Printing ... 466.25 Clarence Russell, Bridge wk No. 2 108.00 Clarence Russell, Bridge wk No. 2 187.00 O L Majcrr, assign t,o Ekalakn St. Bk. Bridge wk No. 2 56.00 B E Conlon, Bridge wk No. 2 14.00 B E Cordell. Bridge wk No. 2 36.76 Chester Thomas, Super & teams No. 1 • 268.00 W H Peck Co, Supplies 3.45 Kenneth McKenzie, Board Del Child • 16.00 Petty Cash Acct., Misc Exp. 89.35 The claim of J. W. Ewalt for re- pairing culvert ilrl Dist. No. 1 was laid over until the next meeting of the Board for investigation. • The following road supervisor it - ports for September were approved• Clarence Russell Dist. No. 2. R. C. Yates. Dist. No. 3 Chtster Thomas, No 1 Con2missioner John F Buck was granted a leave of absence from the state for a period of twenty days during the month of October 1925. The Board adjourned at 6 P. M. The Board reconvened at 9 A. M. Oct. 7th, all meinbers present. The . following depository security for the Ekalaka State Bank was ap- proved for the deposits of County funds: One personal bond for thirty thousand dollars, county and school district warrants in the sum of eight thousand nine hundred sixty and 38-100 oilers, one liberty bond in the sum of one hundatd dollars and one trust certificate for five one thousand dollar liberty bonds held by the Mer- chants National Bonk of St. Paul, Minn., making a total approved se- curity of forty-four thousand sixty M. O. TRACY yv. G. POOLE co. AttornitY MD. Co. Att'y a nd ati-loo dollars. The following depository security of the First Na- tional Bank of Ekalaka wRs approved by the board: One personal bond in the sum of thirty thousand dollars, county and school district warrants in the sum of eight thousand seven hun- dred sixteen and 19-100 dollars, lib- erty bonds in the sum of two hun- dred dollare, making a total of ap- prove security of thirty-eight thous- and nine hundred sixteen and 19-100 dollars. The ten thousand. dollar Government bond held as security was released to the First, National Bank and replaced by county and school district warrants. County Treasurer H. G. Albert was granted a leave of absence from the State for a period of 16 slays during the month of October 1926. The coal contract awarded to M. F. Collins was cancelled by the Board. A contract was entered into with Lantis-Rickard Lbr. Co. for material for a machine shed for the county. There being no further business the Boardr adjourned at 5 P. M. Oct. 7th, 1925. JOHN F. BUCK, Chairmen. Attest: F. R. KISOW, Clerk. The Board of County Commission- ers met in regular session at the Court House in Ekalaka, Nov. 2nd, li)25 at 9 A. M. Members present, John Buck, U. C. Patton and John E Johnston and Clerk Kisow 'The following claims were audited and allowed by the Board: Name Purpose All'd Eldon C Harris J P fees $ 6.00 P M McLean, mileage 6.00 Clarence Russell, Super & teams No. 2 225.00 Dr W H Young, Prof Services Frances R Allan, Plank No. 2. P M McLean, Board prisoners Septon Cady, Special Deputy W E Sweeney, Hauling gravel Bessie Clevelatul, Clk for Trees Mont School, Misc Expense Bessie Cleveland, Clk for Co Clerk E P Kinney, Mileage E P Kinney, Salary Globe Gazette Print Co., sten- cils 3.18 E J Sipes, Services 6.00 John Bennett, Juror 1.70 W B Frankland, Mileage 127.80 The Board adjourned at P. M. The Board reconvened at 9 A M, Nov. 3rd, at 9 A M, all members and clerk present The forenoon was apent with rep- resentatives of culvert companies rel- ative to the purchase of steel cul- verta. Claims continued: Name Purposee All'd F N King, Juror 1.70 G E Skidmore, Witness 5.90 James Archibald, Witneas 7.50 E M Wilson, Juror 1.70 J B Brantley, Services 3.00 D R McKenzie, Auto hire 13.00 J B Brantley, Witness, 1.70 E H Howard, Witness 2.70 C P Rochfort, Rdwk No. 1 85.75 Chester Thomas, Super & teams No, 1 232.00 J B Armatrong, Grader oil 3.75 Marion F Collins, Coal 39.95 W G Poole, Salary 90.00 P M McLean, Mileage 9.20 Roy Taylor, Witness 1.70 E Patton, Teams No. 1 102.00 Wm Carey, Juror 1.70 C L Wood, Witness 1.70 Dent Dodd, Witness 1.70 Ferd Hoffman, Witness 2.70 E A Resell, Juror 1.70 D M Leight, Deposition 5.00 E C Townsend, Juror 1.70 Joe Arpan, Special Deputy • 4.00 P M McLean, Mileage 14.00 Kenneth McKenzie, Salary . 160.00 Olga H. Albert, Sal Clk for Treasurer . . 90.00 Velva Whitney, Dep Clerk 100.00 3 E Davie. Clerk 110.00 Marion Butts, Witness 4.60 Lee Shirley, Witness 10.70 W G Poole, Mileage.. 19.60 Geo Vinton, Mileage 8.46 Mrs C W Berry, Care Del child 67.00 R F Rolfson, Grader oPerator 81.00 Chas Hubbard, Rdwk No 2 9.75 Fred Townsend, Rdwk and teams No. 2 13.00 Mrs L J Pyles, Care poor 15.00 Ed Maiken, Pension 32.60 Geo Yates, Rdwk No 3 36.75 Mrs Effie Powell, Pension 30.00 Ed McCrod, Rdwk No 3 13.60 R A Wilkoskie, Rdwk No 1 . 2.00 .1 W Ewalt, Rdwk No. 1 9.76 Elmer Townsend, Rdwk No. 2 14.00 Western Supply Co., Grader Blades .......... . 38.60 1. ( 112keKtedy, Wood for jail 6.80 A bbs, Pension 2 mos .. 30.00 I, F Kennedy, Labor 2.00 Geo Vinton, Salary . . . 23.02 Jennie Carlson, Mileage 51.75 Mrs .B T Shuffield, Pension 30.00 R C Yates, Super and teams No. 3 148.60 F Kennedy, Wood for poor 3.40 Hurley Beazley, Tracbor oper- ator 81.00 Dr B B Sandy, Salary 60.00 W H Peck, J P fees 23.50 Baker Motor Sales Co., grease for tractor 15.00 Western Supply Co., Grader blades 38.60 Otto Mehs, Rdwk No. 1 10.50 (Disallowed. $6.25.1 T1 A Melum, Rdwk and teams No. 2 34.14 john Dahl, Tool repairs No. 2 2.50 Joe Lovec, Rdwk No. 1 10.60 The claim of Mrs. Dave Cum, for pension for the month of October was disallowed, the claimant havind (lied prior te this date. The claim of Mrs. Mamie Chausse for pension for the month of October was disallowed for the reason that the claimant has been out of the corm- tv for more than 60 days. The Board adjourned at 5 P. M. The Board reconvened at 9 A. M. Nov. 4th, all members and clerk pres- ent. Claims continued: Name Purpose E J Flasted, Rdwk No 1 . Lantis Rickard Lbr. w oo d A M Nelson, Salary Charters Mere Co., Rupplies for poor Charters Mere. Co., Supplies W G Poole, Rd inspect No. 1 W H Peck Co., Supplies for poor • .............................. • E 1, Nimq, Dtayage on culvert 5.00 187.68 47.25 12.00 7.00 40.00 10.08 16.00 2.30 23.02 All'd •95.00 5.25 90.00 14.00 1.25 4.75 12.51 2.50 Charters Mere Co., Supplies 3.66 The following monthly road super- visor reports were approved: Chester Thomas, Super Dist. Nu. 1 for October. -Clarence Runell, Super Dist. No. 2 for October. R. C. Yates, Super Dist. NO. 3 for October. The quarterly report of Justice of the Peace W. H. Peck was approved. Claims continued: CK putnam, Coroner inquest :A321.101 Name • Purpose Lantis Rickard Lbr Co., Ma- 18.00 P M McLean, Mileage Dr te WI rial H Blakemore, lnuantiy 357.58 5.00 hearing John E Johnston, Bridge in- 10.80 C K Aldrich, Mileage • C Patton, Rd Inspect No. 1 !29 4 .6 12 2 spection No. 3 John E Johnston, lid Inspect tractor 43.25 No. 3 Continental Oil Co., Gas for The application of Wm. Hoar l d 24°2 f :28 o 55 r C K Aldrich, Gas, etc refund of 1925 tax paid under pro- test was allowed in full. The protest of Mary McCullorn on real estate values for the year 1925 which tux was paid under protest was disallowed for the reason that ali adjoining lands _are, assessed at the same value and according to the classification records the lands are classified as agricultural lands and assessed the same as other lands of the same class. The application for the cancella- tion of penalty and interest on Lots 1-2-4-5-6-7-8-9-1243-14 and EMINW% Sec. 31, Twp 3 N. It. 57 E., was or- dered cancelled by the Board for the year 1921 due to the erroneeous no- tice of the dlinquency of sail lands. The Board approved the certificate of the Merchants National Bank of St. Paul, Minn., in lieu of the ten thousand dollars in liberty bonds as provided by Chap. 89 Session laws of Montana for 1923, and which is here- by approved as depository security for the Ekalaka State Bank. Claims continued: Name Purpose B W Schickling, Tool repairs 5.50 B E Cordell, Rdwk No. 2 J G Olsen, Medicine 109.25 The application for the can c l e 4 11 . 6 2- t ion of interest on delinquent taxes on the B. F. Butcher estate was granted by the Board, on taxes delin- quent for the year 1918, the cancella- tion was granted only from July 20, 1920 the date of the appointment of the executor, when payment' was tendered for all delinquent taxes and the year 1918 was omitted from the statement. The monthly correspondence was read and replies dictated by the Board. There being no further business to come before the Board at this time the minutes of the October and pres- ent meeting were read and approved and adjournment had at 6 P. M. No- vember 4th. 1925. JOHN F. BUCK, Chairman. Attest: F. R. KISOW, Clerk. The Board of County Commission- ers met in special session Nov. bth, 1925, at 9 A. M., all members and clerk present. The usual five days notice of special meeting was waived by all members of the Board. Chairman Buck announced thIPI•the purpose of this meeting was to ex - Amine and approve the depository se- curity of the First National and Eka- lake State Banks. Members of both banks 0 - Peered before the Board and the security was examined and arrangements made for additional security as re- quired during the current tax col- lection which would be necessary to cover the county deposits. There being no further business to come before the Board the minutes were rad and approved and adjourn- ment had at 12 A. M. Nov. 5, 1925. JOHN F. BUCK, Chairman. Attest: F. R. KISOW. Clerk: NOTICE OF SALE OF ESTRAYS Notioe is hereby. given that the fol- lowing list of estray horses were gathered upon the Ekalaka Division of the Custer National Forest, Carter County, Montana, and in accordance with Regulation T-11 of the Secretary of Agriculture were impounded by me, R. B. Rolfe, Forest Ranger, on November 14, 1925, in pasture on the Frank Buck ranch 6 miles south of the town of Ekalaka, in Section 16, T. 1 N., R. 68 E., Unless redeemed by the owner by the payment of costa of gathering, pasturing and handling, said estrays will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder in the corrals upon the above described ranch on the 12th day of December 1925 at 1 o'clock I'. Ni. 1 Grey mare, branded \C bar S\ on right thigh. Brown filly, branded \(7 bar S\ on right thigh. Black mare and colt branded \.1S\ right jaw. Bay mare and colt, branded \JS\ on right jaw. Grey gelding branded \JS\ on right jaw. Grey gelding branded \JS\ right jaw. Bay gelding, hi•a tided \JS\ 11 right jaw. Bay gelding, branded \.1S\ right jaw. Brown gelding. branded \JS\ en right jaw. Brown filly, branded right jaw. Bay Mare branded \Js\ on right jaw. Bay Mere branded \Js\ right jaw. Grey mare branded \qtiarter .eirc!e 4 B\ on right shoulder. I Black mare branded \Spear\ en left thigh. 1 Sorrel mare branded \Spear\ on left thigh. I Bay Filley branded \Open A\ en right shoulder. 1 Brown mare 1:randed \Open A\ right shoulder. Brown Gelding, brander! \Open A'' right shoulder. Grey mare branded \E Dianueld\ on right shoulder: Grey filly branded \E Diamond\ on right shoulder. 1 Sorrel Mare branded \Heart I. con - 1 nected\ on left thight. 1 Sorrel mare and colb branded \Heart L connected\ on right jaw. 1 bay mare branded \Reversed -D on left thigh. 1 ( b n l i ac r k ig g h e t ld n i e ng ek. branded \Shipwheel\ 1 bay mare branded \Reversed -K Z, connected\ on left shoulder. 1 Bay gelding branded \X 3, conneet- ed\ on left thigh. 1 Bay gelding branded \X 3, connect- ed\ on left thigh. 1 Brown mare and colt, branded \Lazy F'\ on left jaw. o l li B i l e a f c t k t n h r i a g r h e and colt branded \TY\ ou l S i o e r f r t el th f ilI i g h y . branded \Bar X lazy 2\ 1 Bay mare branded \Bar A N\ on s t h h o ig u h id , e and r. \Circle cross\ on 0 1 n B i l ee uf t T hr a o u e m b e rr anded . \Lazy B blotch\ 1 Grey mare branded \Diamond S, connected\ on left thight. 1 Sorrel mare and colt branded \Y Bar E\ on left shoulder. I p e ed m nx u r i e de b r randed \Reverse I.'\ on 1 Grey mare and yearling unbranded. 1 Brown yearling unbranded. 1 Bay yearling unbranded. 1 Black 2 year old unbranded. 1 Sorrel 2 yeac old unbranded. 1 Sorrel filly, 3-yr-old, unbranded. 1 Brown stud, 3 -year -old, unbranded. 1 Grey mare and colt unbranded. 1 Black mare unbranded. R. B. ROLFE, Forest Ranger. KENNETH McKENZIE, 4t Deputy State Stock Inspector. SHERIFF'S SALE Ily virtue of an execution, issued out of and under the seal of the Dis- trict court in and for the County of Carter, and State of Blontana, upen a judgment rendered and docketed in the said court, on the llth day ot October A. D. 1923, in an action wherein John Oliver is plaintiff, an1 Melvin Bennett is defendant, in favor of the said plaintiff, and against said defendant, for the sum of Tiiree Hundred Ninety-six & 76-100 ($39.75) dollars, which execution was directed and delivere to me as sheriff in and for said County of Carter, I have levied upon all the right, title and in- terest - of the said defendant, Melvin Bennett, in and to the following de- scribed real property, to -wit: SW 1 4NE 1 / 4 , NW 1 4SE%, SE'4SW%, Sec. 27; NWI4NEVL. N 2 ' 2 NW%, Sec. 34, T. 2 S., R. 56 E. M. M. M., Containing 320 acres; and SE%NW 1 ,4, SW 1 ASE 1 4, SWIASWI!L, Sec. 27. T. 2 S.. R. 56 E. M. M. AI, containing 120 acres, all standing on the recorda of Carter County, Mon - Ulna, in the name of Melvin Bennett. Notice is hereby given, that 4 I, the undersigned, sheriff as aforesaid, will scll the above-deacribed real property to the high,est bidder, for cash, at public auction, at the Court HOLM, in the city of Ekalaka, in the County of Carter and State of Montana, on the 5th day of December, 1925, at 10 o'clock A. M., of that day, to sat- isfy the said execution, together with the interest and costs thereon. Dated Nov. 1, 1926. 11-13-4 P. M. McLEAN, Sheriff of Carter County, Montana SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION In the District Court of the Six- teenth Judicial District of the State of Montana, in and for the County of Carter. Mount Olivet Cemetery Associa- tion, a corporation, Plaintiff, vs. Ralph M. Mellor and Elinor W. Mel- lor, his wife; Rudolph Nelstead, as Administrator of the Estate of Wil- liam H. Merryman, Decease•l; Cor- nelia Aierryman, widow of the said William H. Merryman, Deceased; H. C. Kyler and Kyler, his wife, if any, Defendants. The State of Montana Sends Greet- ings to the Above Named Defendants: You are hereby summoned to answer the complaint in this action which is filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court, and to file your answer and serve a copy thereof upon the plaintiff's attorney within twenty days after the service of this sum- mons, exclusive of the day of service; and in case of your faiure to appear or answer, judgment will be taken against you by default, for the relief demanded in the complaint. The said action is brought to fore- close a mortgage given by defendants Ralph M. Mellor and Elinor W. Mellor his wife, to The Banking Corporation of Montana, to secure payment of $1000.00 and interest its represeeted by a principal note and coupon notes, and for judgment to sell the property covered by said mortgage in payment of the amount due plaintiff on said notes, and taxes paid by plaintiff on land covered by said mortgage, and attorney fees and costs of suit, no part of which notes or taxes or costs have been paid, and for judgment de- creeing that all defendants have no right or title or interest or claim or estate in and to the property covered by- said mortgage or any part there- of, and that all defendants le. en- joined and debarred from asserting any claim thereto, and for general relief. Reference is hereby made to plaintiff's verified complaint on file herein for greater particulars; that said mortgage and notes were trans- ferred for value to plaintiff. who is new the holder and owner thereof. Witness.my hand and the seal of said Court this 2nd day of Novem- ber, 1925. (Court Seal) H. B. CAMPBELL, Clerk of the Above Entitle I Court. WM. V. BEERS. Attorney - foi• Plain- tiff. 11-13-4 - --- Notice for Publication Department of the Interior, U. S Land Office .at Billings, Montana. Oct. 19, 1926 Notice is hereby given that Frank H. Nies, of Ekalaka, Montana. Who, on Dec. 1, 1920, made Add'I Stock - raising Hd. Entry 018461e formerly 034470 M. C., for I,ots 2, :1. .1. 5. and 9, Section 19, Township 2 N., Range 60 E., Priepipal Meridian Mon- tana, has filed hotice of intention to make final Proof, to establish claim to the land above described. before S. J. Emswiler, U. S. Commissioner, Ekalaka, Montana, on the 9th day of December, 1925. Claimant names as witnesses: Ted Welch, Charles F. Welch, Frank E. Chamberlain, Walter J. Gundlach. all of Ekalaka, Montana. 11-6 H. B DRUM, Register. Notice for Publication Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Billings, Montan4 Oct. 19, 1926 Notice is hereby given that Iver Hyland, of Baker, Montana, who, on Feb. 14, 1921, made Hd. Entry undeer Act. Feb. 19, 1909, 018963, formerly 039021 M. C.. for 8E 11 4/%1E%. NE% SE V L , Sei. 1, Tp. 1 N., R. 61 E., Prin- cipal Meridian, Montana, has filed notice of intention to make three- year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before R. W. Russell, U. S. Commissioner, at Baker, Montana, on the 9th day of December, 1925. Claimant names as witnesses: Ed Meffert, Emmett Peck, both of Baker, Montana. R. W. Smith, of Mill lion, Montana. Eph Keirle, of Baker, Montana. 11-6 H. B. DRUM, Register. SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION In the District Court of the Six- teenth Judicial District of the State of Montana, in and for the County of Carter. Ernest C. Huntington, Administra- tor of the Estate of J. P. Huntington, Deceased, Plaintiff, vs. Albert John- son and Melvina Jane Johnson his wife, and Petters and Company, a corporation, & C. M. Souther, Trus- tee, Defendants. The State of Montana to tht Above Named Defendants, Greeting: You are , hereby summoned to answer the complaint in this action which is filed in the office of the clerk of this court, and to file your answer and seree a copy thereof upon the plaintiff's attorney within twenty days after the service of this summons. exchrsive 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. The said action is brought to ob- tain a judgment against the defend- ants Albert Johnson and Melville Jane Johnson. his wife. for the sum of $2000.00, together with interest and costs of this action, as set forth in detail in the complaint herein, to which reference is made for partic- ulars, and for the purpose of fore- closing a mortgage recorded in Boa 3 of Mortgage, on page 416, in tilt - office of the County Clerk and Re- corder of Carter County, Montana covering: NEYI Sec. 4 and NW% of Sec. 3, in Township 3, North of Rang( 68 E., Ai. P. M. Witness, my hand and the seal of said Court this 22nd day of October. A. D., 1925. (Court Seal) H. B. CAMPBELL, Clerk. CLYDE AlcLEMORE, Attorney lot Plaintiff, Baker, Montana. 10-30 SUAIAIONS FOR PUBLICATION In the District Court of the Six- teenth Judicial District of the State of Montana, in and for the County of Carter. The Federal Land Bank of Spokane, a corporation, Plaintiff, vs. Leon L. Wheeler as the Administrator of the Estate of Charles Joseph Jolly, De- ceased; and Helen AL Jolly, same per - b011 as Helen R. Jolly, his wife; Med• icine Rocks National Farm Loan As- sociation, a corporation; Roswell II. JJohnson; J. C. Trees, Trustee; James Hunter. and Grace G. Ilunter, hus- band and wife; F. M. Dworshak anti Jim° Doe Dworshak, husband and wife; Walter Anderson and Jane Dot Anderson, husband and wife, Defend- ants. The State of Montana Sends Greet• ings to the Above Named Defendants: You are hereby summoned to ' , newer the Complaint in this action which is filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court, and to file yout answer and serve a copy thereof upon the Plaintiff's Attorney within twen- ty days after the service of this Sum- 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 relicf demanded in the Complaint. The said action is brought to ri - cover a money judgment rtgainst Lew. L. Wheeler, as the Administrator the Estate of Charles Joseph Jolly Deceased; and Helen M. Jolly, sarn( person as Helen R. Jolly, his wife; upon their promissory note, date.: July 20th, 1917, and which was mark by Charles Joseph Jolly during 11;:. lifetitne, and by Helen Al. Jolly, suer. person as Helen R. Jolly, his wife, fre the sum of $3794.20, together wit!: interest thereon at 8'4 per annum' from August 20th, 1925; for a re sonable Attorney's fee, to be fixe' by the Court according to the Court's rules of practice; besides these costs and disbursements by this plaintiff in this action expended anti incurred; for the further purpose of ofreclosine a mortgage securing the said notes, dated July 20, 1917, and filed for record on the 26th day of July, 1917. at 3:10 o'clock P. M., and record.id in Bookl of Mortgage on page lie,. in the office of the County Clerk and Recorder of Carter County, Montana; and said mortgage mortgagerl the fol- lowing described real estate. to -wit: The East half of the Yorthea•t quarter (E%NE'41 of Section Twen- ty-three (23) and the Sonthwe , t - quarter of the Southeast (mai ter (SW SE 1 i) and the Southeast otiar- ter of the Southwest quarter (SE': SW%) of Section Thirteen (13), and the Northwest quarter (NW'i 1 of ection Twenty-four (24) in Tov•nship Three (3) North of Relncre Fifty- eight (58) East of the M. :•!.. in Carter County, Montana: Witness my hand and the seal ef said Court this 24th day of Ot: - ober. A. D. 1925. (Court Seal) II. B. CAMPBE1 L. Clot]: AL HANSEN, Baker, Montana, torney fer Plaintiff. 10-30 ALIAS SUMMONS In the District Court of t1 - .e Six- teenth Judicial District of the ::4tate of Montana, in and for the County of Carter. Carrie M. Nickell, Plaintiq. Etta May Francisco, Olive Fi ;incise°, May Francisco, Mary Fr:mei:4 - .0. Ed- ith Brancisco, and Barned B;ethers, Incorporated, a corporation, Defend- ants. The State of Montana Send , Creet- ings to the Above Named Defonhints: You are hereby summoned te answer the complaint in tltis action which is filed in the office of the IM111111111111111111111111M1111111111111$111111111 FOR SALE. 920 Acre Ranch 12 miles from : T E e ka r di la s k . a; well improved; good = hay ranch. 39.00 per acre. = House and Lot in Ekalaips; r.: balance to suit purchaser.. : n - 6 t 0 e 0 r .0 e8 0: 6 s:a . II cash payment, E T. E.- Nelstead E Ekalaka Montana nmonnommmonmmunnmuutumn Clerk of this Court, and to file your answer, and serve a copy thereof upon the plaintiff's attorney, with- in . twenty days after the 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. The said action is broughi to ob- tain a judgment against the defend- ants upon a principal note made and executed by William Francisco on the 29th day of January, 1920, in the sum of $1500.00, with the interest thereon at the rate of ten per cent per annum from the lst day if February, 1925; on one interest coupon note in the sum of $90.00 together with the in- terest thereon at the rate of ten per cent per annum from the 1st day qf February, 1924; on one interest cou- pon note in the sum of $90.00 togeth- er with the interest thereon at the rate of ten per cent per annum from the 1st day of February, 1925, all of which notes are now owned and held by the plaintiff; for the sum of $12.00 paid for the continuation of the abstract of title; for the sum of $103.36 with interest at the rate of ten per cent per annum from the :.0th day of June, 1926, being the amount paid for taxes; for the sum of $150.00 as and for attorney fee, and for plaintiff's cosea of suit here- in incurred and for the foreclosure of a certain mortgage given to se- cure the payment of the principal nr,te and the interest coupon notes, and the sums above mentioned upon the following described real estate situate in the County of Carter and State of Montana, to-drit: the North half of the North Half (N%N 1 / 2 ) and the South Half of the Northeast Quarter (S%NE 1 4) of Section Eleven (11) and the West Half of the North- west Qt1hrter (W 1 / 2 NW 1 4) of Section Twelve (122) in Township Seven (7) Scuth of Range Fifty-five (55) East cf the Montana Principal Meridian, together with all hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging, sitid mortgage being recorded in flook 4 of Mortgages at page 615 of the records of Carter County, Montana, and for judgment decreeing the said mortgage to be a first and prior lien on said herein described mortgaged lands and premises, and for the sale thereof bo pay the mortgage indebt- eness and costs and expense of this foreclosure, and foreclosing the right, tqle and interest of the defendants to•the said lands and premises, all of which more fully appears from plain- , iff's verified complaint, herein on file, reference to which is hereby made. • Witness my hand end the seal of said Court this 19th day of October, 1925. H. B. C4MPBELL, (Court Seal) Clerk. E. A. BLENKNER, Broadus, Mon- tana, Attorney for Plaintiff. 10-80 Why not the very best? The \Radiola\ it. -Eagle office. •-- C Frank E. Kowitz • Bender! Auctioneer IIIIIIIIIIIMM1111111111111111111111111111Th Let Me CRY YOUR SAI.ES DR. J. P. HEDGES DENTIST BRIDGE, CROWN AND INI,AY WORK A SPECIALTY. Elkalaka, MOTILOBS Breeders Of Pure Hampshire Hogs - TRI-VALLEY CREAMERY CO. Box 198, Ekalaka, Montana. U. L. McKAY Bonded Auctioneer Ekalalta Arrange dates at either bank or at Eagle Offic

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