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FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1923. THE HARDIN TRIBUNE PAGE PTV! 4 • • ONE OF THE MOST CHERISHED OF A L L GIFTS IS THE GRADUATION GIFT Look to Strand's Jewelry Store for a fine assortment of \Gifts That Last\ AUMUMMIUMUIMMISMINSIVICPSIUMI Local Nevuls I Mrs. Henry Small of Crow Agency is in the city today. Now is the time to have your lawn mower ground and oiled at Pat's Fix -it Shop. 17 - Mrs. Guy Logan left Thurs- day for an extended visit to friends and relatives in New - York. Hardin Drug Co., A. M. Hicks, Prescription Druggist, Sullivan Block. 21-tf See the advertisement of the Wyola Inn elsewhere in this is- sue. It is a good place to stop -when in Wyola. YOU can always get repairs for John Deere machinery. Sold lay EDER HARDWARE CO. 11- lir and Mrs. Jacob Marquisee -were in Billings Tuesday to meet some friends from the east who were enroute to the coast. Buy John Deere farm ma- chinery then you are sure yoa 'have the best. Sold by 111- EDER HARDWARE CO. This section is now blest with regular sunny south- em California weather and the various homemakers of Hardin are busy making garden. G. F. Corwin, fl prosperous dry4a,nd farmer of the Pine Ridge bench, 12 miles north of Hardin, was a business visitor in Hardin this afternoon. Jake C. Norris, who is selling 'building and loan stock for a heridan institution throughout Wyoming, is in the city for a brief visit with his family. The Western States Oil corn- vany has a crew now working in the Soap Creek field cleaning out and pulling the liner in well No. 6 preparatory to shooting. W. T. Benbrooks, who con - 'ducts a general merchandise -store at Lodge Grass, transact - *d business in the city yester- day, returning to Lodge Grass this morning. Dr. Kromer, of Helena, who is recognized throughout Mon- tana for superior ability as an -eyesight specialist, will be at the Hardin Hotel, Saturday and Zunday, May 5 and 6. 16-3 afr .and Mrs. Jesse E. Gra- ham expect within the next ew days to move to Sheridan, Wyo., where Mr. Graham has a job as surveyor with one of the -construction crews on the north and south railroad between Cas- per, Wyo., and Miles City. The 13th annual banquet of the Hardin Fire Department has been postponed to Wednes- day, May 9. Floyd Marvin, representing the Pacific Coast Biscuit Co., of Spokane, is here today on one of his periodical business mis- sions. Our prices are right for John Deere farm machinery. See us before buying. 11- EDER HARDWARE CO. Hardin Camp No. 857, Wood- men of the World, will give a social dance in Sullivan hall, Wednesday evening, May 2. All members of the order and their families are cordially invited to attend. Mrs. H. P. Krueger yesterday morning underwent an operation at the Labbitt hospital for ec- topic pregnancy. The operation was performed by Dr. L. H. Labbitt and the patient is get - tin along nicely. Only a small quantity of Pure Bliss Triumph, dry land grown, seed potatoes left. 14- GAY'S HARDWARE. The inter -class track meet of the Hardin schools is being held this afternoon on the Hardin high school grounds. The ju- niors appear to be carrying off the honors in the various ath- letic events. W L. Worley and family will leave next Tuesday by auto for Cody, Wyo., where for a couple of weeks they will visit rela- tives and about May 15 will proceed to Lincoln, Nebr., where they expect to make their home. Great Northern Seed Beans for sale. only $8.50 per hundred sacked F. 0. B. Billings. A. W. COUSINS, 17-tf Billings, Mont. The schools of the Hardin dis- trict will close Friday, June 1, on the evening of which the Hardin high school commence- ment exercises will be held. The commencement address will he delivered by the chancellor of the state university. If you break your glasses, take them to Strand's Jewelry store. Broken lenses replaced, no matter by whom fitted, if you save the Pieces. 11 - Supt. S. R. Logan, Miss Doro- thy Duncan and Miss Irene Beg- ley of the Hardin school faculty, and Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Rus- sell are leaving this afternoon for Worden, where the two former and Dr. Russell are to act as judges of the declama- tion contest to be held in that town this evening. - 1,1 0I II I FRESH STOCK New, Clean Stock of Groceries, Candies, Fruits, Vegetables, Tobacco and Cigars Every business day we are of- fering groceries and all that is wholesome and good in food- stuffs to the people of Hardin at prices that are very reason- able. We carry Ft. Snelling can goods -I-WE DELIVER FREE-I- Wade's Cash Grocery Mrs, J. D. Lewis and daugh- ter Helen, after a few days' visit at the home of the for- mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Marsh, returned Monday evening to their home at Sheri- dan, Wyo., where Mr. Lewis is employed as electrician by the Burlington railroad company. Chief Two Leggins, a sub - chief of the Crow Indian tribe, died suddenly of heart trouble Saturday morning at his ranch eight miles south of Hardin. He was 76 years of age and was worshipped by many of his tribe as an early day war hero. By the whites he was highly respected. H. B. Wilcox, superintendent of schools at Bear Creek, spent Monday in Hardin, the guest of Superintendent S. R. Logan. While here he made an inspec- tion of the Hardin public schools and expressed himself as very favorably impressed with the excellence of this system. SUNDAY AT THE CHURCHES METHODIST CHURCH John A. Meeke, Mimicker Sunday school, departmental, meet* promptly at 10 a. m. Morning worship, 11 o'clock, palitior speaking. Junior League at 4 p. ea. College Club at 1:10 p. m. Evening service, 7:30. Sermon by pester. The choir will sing a special number at both services. The Col- lege club chorus will sing at the evening service. We invite you to worship with us. You will feel right at home. A Senior Epworth League, composed of young people of 16 and over, is to be organized at the Methodist church next Sun- day evening at 6:45. J. D. Wham will have charge of the meeting. BAPTIST CHURCH SERVICES AT LEE HALL Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preaching services at 11 a. m. and also at 7:30 in the evening. Rev. S. A .Nelson will preach both services. B. Y. P. U. at 6:45 p. m. On Wednesday evening, May 4, the annual business meeting of the church will be held at which a full representation of the church members is request- ed . ENGLISH SERVICES AT CHRIST CHURCH Beginning Sunday, April 29, English services are to be con- ducted at the German Evange- lical church on the evening of every second Sunday. All in- terested, especially those who have been accustomed to the Lutheran form of service, are cordially invited: Time of worship, 7:30 p. m. A. C. KROEHLER, Pastor. CONGREGATIONAL COMMUNITY CHURCH Herbert N. Blakeway, Minister Services every Sunday. Graded church school, 9:45 a. m. Morning worship and sermon. 11 R . M. Men's class. 12 to 1. We are to observe the Com- munion of the Lord's Supper this Sunday morning, April 29, cs well as receive members into the church. Our church school is still win- ning in the Helena -Hardin con- test. We had seven perfect classes last Sunday, with every enrolled member present and should have at least twelve such classes this Sunday. Let all re- member we are to have a picnic at the close of the contest if we win, as well as get a fine pennant that the Helena school will have to buy for us. But, if we lose, we will have to buy a pennant for Helena and not have any picnic. Let all work hard to win by being at Sunday school every Sunday, and bring- ing a visitor with you, as we have classes for everybody. The first Sunday in May will be Cradle Roll Day, when every mother is to bring her baby to The baby class. Let us see if we cannot have all the members of our cradle roll and their mothers present that Sunday, and all the fathers and mothers on the second Sunday in May when our school will put on a simple Mother's Day program. The subject in our men's class this Sunday is \What Makes Hardin a Good City To Live In?\ Let every man come prepared to speak on this live topic on what makes Hardin a good place to live in, what would make it better? ---m well as some of the drawbacks that mar our fair town. A cordial welcome to every- one. \Come thou with us and . we will do thee good.\ FOR RENT, FOR SALE, ETC. Rooms, 60c and 7Sc: double, $1.00. Two -room apartmenta. 49 LA.113dErt'S BLOCK FOR RENT -House furnished or unfurnished. 16-1 Mrs. Howard Hatch. F 0 R RENT -Two ' houses, furnished, one 3 -room and one 6 -room, both modern. Mrs. M. L Howell. 17-2p WILL RENT modern house of four rooms, partly furnished, for $17.50 per month until September 1st. See Tintinger at the Tribune office. 17 - FOR LEASH -To the highest bid- der. Winchester Apartments House. For partioulars see or write J. W. JOHNSTON, Hardin, M. 4U FOR SALE -Kitchen cabinet, One -Minute washing machine and wringer, Majestic range, heater, bedstead, springs and mattress. Call at my residence until May 1, after that date at the residence of Henry Baker. 17-2p W. L. WORLEY. FOR SALE OR TRADE - 9 -18 Case Tractor, ready for ac- tion. See E. A. Lammers. 16-2p FOR SALE -Chicken feed, $1.50 per hundred. 15-3 Campbell Farming Corp. Oats, corn chop, bran and shorts, also Kirby coal. 6 -ti DENIO ELEVATOR. FOR SALE -Seven -passenger Studebaker, 1918 model; first- class condition. Very reasonable price. See ERNEST ADLER. 15 - FOR SALE -Alfalfa seed, 18 cents per pound; also seed corn and other field seeds. 13- McCARTY & FEAR. FOR SALE -Progressive Ever - bearing Strawberry plants, $1.50 for 100; Senator Dunlap, $1.00 per hundred. 15- A. H. BOWMAN. WA NTE D -Furniture and stoves. State price wanted for each article. BERT'S STORE, 17-tf Buffalo, Wyo. LOST -Between my home and Jenkin apartments, ladies' small, black handbag, containing wrist watch. Reward for return to 17-1 Mrs. CARL 0. LONG. WANTED -Girl for general housework. Mrs. H. H. Barnett. WANTED -15 to 20 head of fat beef cattle -not necessarily all from same owner. Reason- able cash price. John W. Goer- ing, St. Xavief. 15-tflp WANTED -Men and women to take orders for genuine guaranteed hosiery for men, women and chil- dren. Eliminate darning. Salary 172 a week full time, $1.50 an hour spare time. Beautiful Spring line. NTERNATIONAL STOCKING MILLS 8-10 Norrietown, Pa NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC We will not be responsible for any bills or debts of any kind contracted by anyone unless ac- companied by written order kigned by Thomas D. Campbell, Thos. P. Hart, 0. B. Maddox and 0. S. Fergerson. 15-3 Campbell Farming Corporation. SUMMONS In the Justice Court of Robert A. Vickers. Justice of the Peace. Hardin Township. Big Horn County. Montana. .7a m e s Tousses. George Booms, George Carr and Fay T. Abel. co- partners. doing business under firm name of James Totuceee & Com- pany. Plaintiffs, vs. Mrs. J. Bostwick and Harry Boat - wick, Defendants. THE STATE OF MONTANA SENDS GREETING TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS: You are hereby summoned to an- swer the complaint in this action which is filed In the office of the above named Justice of the Peace at Hardin. Montana. And to file your ens -corer and serve a copy thereof on 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 failure to appear or answer. ludgment will be taken against you by default, for the relief demanded in the complaint The said action is brought to re- cover judgment for goods. wares and merchandise furnished in January. 1921, in sum of 212.12. besides other costs as alleged in complaint WITNESS my hnnd and the Seal of said Court this 13th day of April. 1923. ROBERT A. VICKERS, Justice of the Peace. F. D. Tanner. Hardin. Montana. Attorney for Plaintiffs. First publication April 13. 1923. 164 RADIO -r Sale at HARDIN TRIBUNE OLD DOC BIRD 5 0 '1' Fine Feathers Make Fine Profits for the Milliner Ns is the time to harvest your CORNS Sibley's Quick and Easy CORN GETTER will loosen them up so the corn can be removed with the fingers. It's painless and also guaranteed. SIBLEY'S QUICK& EASY CORN GETTER 2 5 c PER BOTTLE AT 0 114 ZeC Sitd k CASH PAID 1° FOR HIDES AND PELTS BIG HORN MEAT MARKET MINE 6EORIN6, Prop. HARDIN MONTANA NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Billings. Montana. April 17th, 1923. NOTICE is hereby riven •that Clarence L. Talgo. of McRae. Mon- tana. who. on Sentember 1. 1920. made Hd. Entry. No. 017183. for SElh.. Section 28. Township 1N.. Range 38E.. M. P. Meridian. has filed notice of intention to make Three-year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described. before J. W. Johnston. U. S. Commissioner. at Hardin. Mon\na. on the 211th day of May. 1923. Claimant names as witnesses: T. S. Redding. George W. Smith. Ben Hagerman. all of McRae. Montana: Andrew Frazier. of Berm,. Montana. Coal land: coal reserved to U. S. Act of June 22, 1910. Proof to be made under Act of June 6. 1912. H. B. DRUM. Register. 1st publication April 27, 1928. 17-6 SUMMONS In the District Court of the Thir- teenth Judicial District of the State Of Montana, In and For the County Of Big Horn. A. B. HOUGHTON. Plaintiff. vs. A. L. MITCHELL. MARY V. MITCHELL and JOHN R. WADE. Defendants. THE STATE OF MONTANA SENDS GREETING TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS: You are hereby' summoned to an- swer 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 failure to appear or answer. ludgment will he taken against you by default. for the relief demanded in the complaint. The said action is b”ought to fore- close a certain real estate mortgage given by A. L. Mitchell and Mary V. Mitchell, his wife. to A. B. Houghton, plaintiff. dated Dec. ' 7 th. A. D.. 1916. to secure the sum of Twelve Hun- dred ($1200.00) Dollars. and cover- ing Lots (1). Two (2). Three (E). Six (6). Seven (7). Eight (8). Nine (9). Ten (10) and Eleven (W. all in Section five (5) Townhip One (1) South of Range Thirty-two (32) E. M. P. M.. Bloc Horn County. Mon- tana. WITNESS my hand and the seal of said court this 0th day of April. 1923. GEORGE H. MILLER. (SEAL) Clerk. BY ORABELLE MILLER. Deputy Clerk. Tk H. BURKE. Attorney for Plaintiff. Hardin. Montana. Fleet publication April 13. 1923. 15-4 ALIAS SUMMONS In the District Court of the Thir- teenth Judicial District of the State of Montana In and for the County of Big Horn. Merchants Trust & Savings Bank. a corporation. Plaintiff. Vs. Frank 0. Brown, Mary A. Brown. Billings Stockyards Company, a corporation. Fred G. Nelson. J. C. Buckingham. Peter Yegen. and Christian Yegen. co-partners doing business as Yegen Bros.. Bankers. Defendants. THE STATE OF MONTANA BENDS GREETING TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS AND TO EACH OF THEM: You are hereby summoned to an- swer the complaint in this action which is filed in the office of the Cleric of this Court. a CODY of which is herewith served upon one of you in each county wherein any of you reside and to file your answer and nerve a copy thereof upon the plaint- iff's attorneys within twenty days af- ter service of this Summons, exclu- sive 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 to foreclose two mortgages of: Those tracts or par- cels of land lying and being in the County of Big Horn and State of Montana. and particularly described as the southeast ouarter. the east half of the southwest auarter, and the southwest quarter of the southwest Quarter of section four: the east half of section nine: the north half and the southwest Quarter of section ten: the northwest (wafter of section eleven: the northwest ouarter and the west half of the southwest quar- ter of motion fourteen: all of section fifteen: the north half of section twenty-two: and the southeast quar- ter of the northeast euarter. the west half of northeast quarter, and the northwest quarter of section twenty-three, all of the foregoing be- ing in township two, north of range thirty-two east of the Montana. Mer- idian. and containing two thousand seven hundred twenty acres, more or less, according to the United States Government survey thereof. together . with all water, water rights, ditches. acqueducts. laterals. appropriations and appurtenances upon, leading to. connected with, appertaining or be - Tonging to. or had and enloyed la connection with the premises de- scribed above, or any Dart thereof. whether represented by actual in- dividual ownership of the said grant- ors, by contracts or by shares in any ditch or other company' owning. °pa- trolling or furnishing water for irri- gation purposes to said premises or for use in connection therewith. as well as any and all such water, water rights, ditches, acqueducts. laterals. appropriations and franchises as may be hereafter acquired by said grant- ors for said purposes, given by the defendants Frank 0. Brown and Mary A. Brown to plaintiff, both dated July 14. 1917. and both mort- gages recorded in e office of the County Clerk of Bill Horn County. Montana. one of the said mortgagee Is recorded in Book 6 of Mortgages in said office, and the other mortgage Is recorded in Book 5 of Mortgages in said office on pages 203-206. Judg- ment is asked against the said de- fendants Brown, on plaintiff's first cause of action for $12.880.00 with interest on $12.360.00 at 6% from July 15, 1922. on $360.00 from Janu- ary 16. 1922. on $360.00 from July 15. 1921. to October 24. 1921, and on $160.00 from October 24. 1921: $20.00 paid for insurance with inter- est at 6 0 10 from August 8. 1922. 231.50 paid for abstract. $1200 at- torney's fees and plaintiff's costs: on plaintiff's second cause of action for 6860.00 with interest at 12% per an- num on $120.00 from July 15, 1931. on $120.00 from January 15. 1922. and on $120.00 from July 16. 1933. besides $31.60 mad for abstract. $100.00 attorney's fees and plaint- iff's costs: against all the defendants that the mortgagee be foreclosed. the premises sold at sheriff's sale, that the purchaser at such sale have possession during the year of re- demption. with all rents and profits. that the claims. rights, titles. inter- ests or liens of the defendants or any of them be declared subject to plaint- iffs mortgages and to decree herein. and for such other relief as the court may deem equitable. Witness my hand and the seal at said court this 3rd day of April. 11124. GEORGE H. MIT.' ER. . (SEAL) Clerk. By A. E. BOLLUM. Deputy Clerk. Hurly. Kline. & Slattery. Plaintiff's Attorneys. Glasgow. Montana. First nuolication April 6. 1923. 14-4 GOOD GLASSES IF NKEIfri A. C. JOHNSON, (wroaternasi a OPTHIAN 17111 let. Aimee North BILLINGS - MONT. DR. RANSIER DENTIST - Ray Vie ork EXAMINATION FREE Phone 5 Sullivan Mk