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rem FLATHEAD COULEES. Pelson. Mestana NOIFINIbber iL 113S 1 Charlo Items Erickson Flower Shop. located in Mrs. Enuna Dubois store, Poison. Cut flowers, potted plants and funeral work. Phone 301. 33 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Carter were Sun- day dinner guests at the Frank Ballard home. Mary and Nick Herak and Mr. and Mrs. Murry McKenzie attended the football game in Missoula Saturday. Bert Dye and children Walter and Evelyn of Hamilton spent the week end at the J. P. Staffanson home. Mrs. Durlin West spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rose. Mr. and Mrs. Porter were Thursday evening callers at the R. C. Roark home. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Olson and Mrs. Fred Rose were Poison visitors Satur- day. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Dewald and Jim Wantsley were dinner guests of Venna Harrok Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Dexter and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Warnsley were Sunday dinner guests at the A. R. Ellis home. Mr. and Mrs. Zaba Barr and Mr. and Mrs. James Hendrickson attended the Farmers Union meeting in St. Ignatius Tuesday. A large crowd attended the public auction sale at the Mike Gallagher ranch west of Charlo on Friday, No- vember 13th. The family will move to Butte where Mr. Gallagher is going into business. Pete Peterson of Missoula spent a few days last week at the Kay Roark home. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Sandford and Martin Keller were Poison business visitors Saturday. Hank Stouse and Mr. arid Mrs. Clay Osbern were in Missoula Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Richardson and infant son of Ronan are spending a few weeks at the the Tom Richardson home. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Howell and family and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bur- bank were Sunday evening guests of Mr And Mrs. Jack Wilson. Miss Annabelle McGeorge is employed at the Wiebke home. She has formerly been employed at the Charlo beet dump. Mrs. Art Coulter and Mrs. E. P. Mil- I ler were Ronan callers Monday. Edith Linderman spent the week end with her parents at St. Ignatius. Mrs. N. A. Johnson and son, Marion. Miss Edith Linderman and Miss Marsha Wells were dinner guests at McDaniel home Friday. Mrs. Helen Dillon, Mrs. MacDaniels Mrs. Alice Allred. Margaret Jean Del - Iwo, Kareen Dillon, Velma McNees and Dorothy Allred attended the 4-H club achievements in Poison Saturday. J. P. Staffanson, Joe Staffanson and Bert Dye and children were Sunday dinner guests at the J. Hendrickson home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Middleton and son Wilbur returned home Sunday after a trip to the coast. Lester Johnson of Molese was a Charlo caller Monday. He intends to move to Charlo as soon as possible as , he has employment in the Charlo creamery. Lou Roe Hartley and Mary Myers were over night guests Thursday even- ing at the R. C. Roark home. The young ladies club held their weekly meeting at the home of Mrs. A. C. Roark with Mrs. D. Anderson as the hostess. A miscellaneous shower was held in the school gymnasium on Friday even- ing for Mr. and Mrs. Tony Dounhaun. An enjoyable evening was spent in dancing and unwrapping their many lovely gifts. Lunch WRS served at mid- night Ace Taylor and Jack Lovell of Ana- conda spent Saturday at the J. P. Stair- fanson home. Billy Larson of Libby is spending a Sew days in Charlo. Earl Tyler of Missoula called at the Roark home Sunday. Mrs. Paul Cooper was the haw guest at a tea party given Friday af- ternoon at the home of Mrs. Lynn Cooper. Other guests were Mrs. Bough, Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Kaiser, Mrs. Car- rington and Mrs. Beck. Mrs. S. N. Bennett and son. Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. David West and sons. Floyd and Kenneth left Wednesday for California where they will spend the winter months Pablo Town News and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Trainor and family were dinner guests at the Ernest Trainor home Sunday. and H rsitall Grey were Leslie Anders a e business callers in Ronan Monday. This foggy weather has made visibility so poor that parents are particularly urged to aid the teachers in cautioning children to use all due care in cross- ing highways and not running out into the road in front of the school busses. • Dayton Items Erickson Flower Shop, located in Mrs. &tuna Dubois store, Poison. Cut flowers, potted plants and funeral work. Phone 301. 33 Bill Murphy who is employed at the Fort Peck Dam has been visiting Day - tort and Proctor relatives the past two weeks. A. E. Hurlbutt and Herb Knowlton were Kalispell visitors Thursday. James A. Shaffer and son, James were transacting business in Kalispell Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Breen were visit- ing relatives 111 Kalispell Thursday evening. Sam Lingle, who has been a patient in the Kalispell hospital for some time was able to return to his home in Day- ton Saturday. Mrs. Gerald Deffenbough of Ronan was a Dayton visitor Monday and Tuesday. The majority of the local hunters re- port poor luck in getting any birds owing to the heavy fog which hinttered hunting the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hurlbutt of Kal- ispell and Herb Knowlton of Dayton were Spring Valley visitors Sunday. Charles Lowley of Poison was a Day- ton visitor Sunday. . Roland Tibbetts and Wes McBroom took a truck load of cattle up to the Toots Roussel place near Holts Ferry Tuesday. Don Hacker of Chicago is visiting his Parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Hacker this week. 14. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dwello were bust. 15. ness visitors in Proctor Tuesday. 16. Erickson Flower Shop, located in Mrs. Emma Dubois store. Poison. Cut fit.wers. rotted plants and funeral work. Phone 301. 33 Chas. Bohrman and family of Kalis- pell visited at the home of Mr. Alton Sunday. Thanksgiving vacation will begin No -'I vember 26 until November 29 inclusive, at the Pablo school. Mr. and Mrs. Dale of Poison were visiting at the George Cowan home. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Breiner of Missoula spent the week end at the Stimson home. Mrs. John Hogan of Round Butte spent Sunday at the Stimson home. Ira Rathbun and \Dutch\ Lukkes : were dinner guests at the B. F. Anders ; home Sunday. Floyd Granthain was a business call- er at Poison MondaY. John Lentz returned from Ovanda with an elk. Ronald Rowan spent the week end in Missoula. The Walther League of Pablo motored • to Missoula Sunday to participate in the I Montana District Rally. The chief . purpose of the rally was the \Unite the, Young Endeavors.\ Those attending were Rev. Bundschuh, Margaret, Mar -1 garette and Earl Drebes, Grace Gullick- son of Pablo; Albert Mien, Walter. Thelma I George and elma Mangels of Poison and Herman Prieberger of Round Butte. Melford Pablo is back at school after a two weeks illness. Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Chef! and family were dinner guests at the Bud Chef! home Sunday. The Pablo Sunshine club met at the home of Marie Elie in Ronan. A kit- chen shower was given in honor of Mrs. Sands and a delicions lunch was served. Miss Viola Ingraham returned to her home in Pablo Tuesday. She has been ill at the Poison hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Ingraham and children were dinner guests at the Ir- vin Ingraham home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Trainor and family nomics anticipated that the demand for agricultural products in 1937 will be somewhat greater, both at home and abroad, than in 1936, this looked for in- crease cannot be expected to bring any immediate benefits to Montana, due to protracted drouth conditions and the fact that only abnormal mositure con- ditions will permit the drouth area to make rapid recovery, according to W. B. Lamphere. extension economist. He adds however, that irrigated districts and some counties in the western part of the state are exceptions to this situation. Notice of Sale of State Lands In Lake County, Montana OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF STATE LANDS AND INVEST- MENTS 26. Helena, Montana 27. November 10, 1936. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Commissioner of State Lands and Investments of the State of Montana will on Saturday. December 12, 1936, be- ginning at 10 o'clock A. M. of the said day offer for sale and sell to the highest bidder at public auction at the County Court House at Poison. Montana, the following described State lands situated in Lake County: 29. While the bureau of agricultural eco- 17 - '8. 19. 20. No. No Subdivision Sec. Acres Twp. 18N, Rge. 20W 1. S ',WE% 36 80 2. NW% 36 160 3. SW% 36 160 4. SE(. 36 160 Twp. 19N. Rge. 20W 5. NE's 16 160 6 NW% 16 160 7 Wi4SW% 16 80 8 Eult3W% 16 80 Twit. SON, Rge. 21W 9. (Unit A) E% • N11%, 25 10. (Unit B) NE% 25 11. (Unit C) NW% 13E% 25 40 12. Walt 13) NE% SEW 25 40 13. (Unit E) SW% SE% 25 40 Twp. 2IN, Rte. I 9 W NVI% SW% 16 40 SW%SW% 16 40 W%E34t3W4 16 40 Twp. 21N, Rte. 20W SE% 16 160 (Unit M) W% KE% 21 80 (Unit B) WIt NW% 33 80 i Unit D) NE\. SW'.. 33 40 Twit. 22N, Rge. 21W 21. (Unit C) NE% SW. 36 22. (Unit 13) NW% SW'.. 36 33. (Unit E) SW -1 SW% 36 24. (Unit F. SE'. SW'.. 36 25 (Unit B1 NW% SEk: 36 40 17.00 (Unit 0) SW% SE'.. 36 40 18.00 (Unit A) SE% 36 80 12.50 MORTGAGED LANDS FOR SALE LAKE COUNTY Appraised Value No. Per No. Description Acres Acre 28. NW'. Sec. 23, Twp. 24N, Rge- 22W 160 SW ki SW % Sec. Appraised 14; W%NW%. Value NW %SW % , Sec. Per 23, Twp. 21N Acre Rge. 21W 160 12.00 30. E%13W% EIVANW% $11.00 Sec. 27; NHINW% 10.00 NW %NEVA, Sec.34 11.00, Twp 22N, Rge 12.00 23W 240 5.00 TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE 8 20 - 00 The sale will be held under the pro- 20 . 00 visions of Chapter 60 of the Laws of 20 - 00 Montana of 1927, and acts amendatory 20. 00 thereof (Sections 1805.1 to 1805.121 R. C. M., 1935). No land shall be sold for less than the appraised value and in no 80 $14.00 case, except mortage lands, for less than $5.00 per acre for grazing lands or less 80 14.00 than $10.00 per acre for agricultural lands. 16.00 The purchaser is required to pay in cash on the day of sale not less than 16.00 10 per cent of the total purchase price, andin case the balance on the purchase 18.00 price is not an exact multiple of $25.00 then he shall pay such additional sum as is necessary to reduce the balance to an even multiple of $25.00. He may at his option pay a larger portion of the purchase price. He is also required to pay the sum of $5.00 as a. fee for each certificate of purchase to be issued to him. The entire balance of the purchase price draws interest at the rate of 5 per cent per annum and will be payable on the amortization Plan in 33 annual installments. Under the 33 year plan each annual installment including in - 40 $17.00 terest amounts to practically 6; per cent on such balance. 40 18.00 If any successful bidder at such sale refuses or neglects to make the initial 40 18.00 payment required to be made on the land purchased by him, he' shall for - 40 18.00 felt to the state not less than fifty dol- lars 450.001 nor more than one thous - $10.00 $22.00 22.00 22.00 $18.00 23.00 17.00 17.00 and dollars ($1,000.00) to be determined by the State Board of Land Commis- sioners according to the circumstances of the case. (Sec. 1805.75 R. C. M., 1935). All sales are made subject to the ap- proval and confirmation of the State Board of Land Commissioners. No sale shall be deemed completed until after such approval and confirmation and the issue of the certificate of purchase. Except in the case of mortgage lands , the state reserves all minerals in the land sold. The purchaser of mortgage lands shall be entitled to receive a royalty of six and one-fourth per cent (6% (1,1 of all gas or oil produced from such mortgage lands, as provided by Chapter 183 of the 1935 Session Laws (Sec. 1805.66, R. C. M., 1935). The state will have a lien on the crops and im- provements on all lands sold for install- ments on interest and principal on the unpaid balance of the purchase price. The lands will be sold subject to all right of way easements obtained in the land prior to the date of sale. Lands located under United States Ir- rigation projects will be sold in con - fortuity with the farm units established thereon and subject to Federal Laws and Regulations for obtaining water and water rights. Lands located within three miles of any town or city which are not laid off into blocks and lots will be sold in al- ternate lots of not more than live acres each. A person holding an agricultural or grazing lease In good standing on State lands has the right to purchase the land at the highest bid made by any other person, if he attends the sale, actually bids and meets the highest bid made while the bidding on such land is in progress. Every purchaser must in addition to making the other payments make settlement with the owner of the Improvements on the land as provided by law. In case of lands under lease, the pur- chaser shall be given possession by the State on March I. next succeeding the date of sale and not before unless the lease expires prior to that date, except through special agreement between the purchaser and the lessee. The state will refund to lessees any rentals paid by them beyond March 1. 1937. I. M. BRANDJORD Commissioner of State 'Ands and Investments of the State of Montana (Nov. 12, 19, 28, Dec. 3, 1936) CH IVRO LET 1937 Dke co w eetek - rt„ More Than Ten Million People viewed the New Chevrolet in the first 24 hours Thousands upon thousands have already placed orders. . . . Other thousands are buying at this moment. . . . See and drive this brilliant new car and you will want one, too! I rS WINNING THE OKAY OE THE U. S. A.! And -more than the okay -the enthusiastic preference! That's the word that is coming from the cities, towns and farms of all America, where more than ten million people viewed this new Chevrolet in the first 24 hours . . . where thousands upon thousands of people have already placed orders . . . and where the demand for new 1937 Chevrolets is increasing with each passin day! The reasons are plain. This new Chevrolet for 1937 is the only low-priced car with New High -Corn. • Knee. 4,10/1 rind .N5mA1roof Steerons an Alaster I4e Cherrolet %rotor Inmpon, Itekno. .iftchloan. pression Valve -in -Head Engine, New MI -Silent, Ali -Steel Bodies and New Diamond Crown Speetlline Styling . the only - V - w - priced car with Perfected Hydraulic Brakes, Improved Knee -Action Ride* and Super -Safe Shockproof Steering* and the only low-priced car which combines Genuine Fisher No Draft Ventilation and Safety Plate Glass All Around at no extra cost! Take a look at this car, take a ride in it, and we are confident that you will give your complete preference to the complete rar-eornpIrtely new. THE ONLY COMPLETE CAE - PRICED SO LOW AC* General Vetoes Installment Plan-mamihtv pa....ents mot yaw ;mem. For wrannasiers1 transpermtwn. .4 General Afatars rains, Helmer Motor Co. Moiese News George Mortensen left Sunday for Spokane on business. Mrs. Lulu Mortensen had a happy surprise Monday when her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Jensen of Bynum and her two sisters, Mrs. Ray Stott and Mrs. Parley Shank of Bancroft, Idaho, came to visit here. ' Ralph Hough and Gladys Francis were Sunday evening dinner guests at the Spencer home. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Green and fam- ily of McCannon arrived in the evening Monday. They will locate near Charlo. Mr. and Mrs. Hanks were business visitors in Poison Thursday. Ellsworth Hastings of Poison was a business visitor in the Valley Friday. Mrs. Ethel Terry was visiting the school Friday, also looking after other school business. Lewis Mortensen who has been going to school and working in Washington came home Tuesday for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Mortensen. Edwin Hansen was a business visitor in Ronan Friday. E. G. Kidder was a visitor in the valley Friday. Edwin Bingham and son, Glen of Charlo has been hauling gravel from the valley for the last week for a new basement. Mrs. W. Stiner and Mrs. H. Prowler were afternoon guests Thursday at the Mllment home. WE GIVE THE MOTORISTS OF THIS TOWN HONEST VALUE FOR THEIR TIRE DOLLARS - LOOK AT THIS PROOF! commanders CET COMMANDERS TODAY AND SAVE! • We admit it These Good- rich Certified Commanders are priced as low as many nameless \bargain -built\ tires. But the similarity ends right there. Be- cause Commanders are • prod- uct of Goodrich, America's oldest tire manufacturer. The Goodrich name on this tire is your guarantee of honest construction, long wear, high mileage. So why waste money on \gyp\ tires when these Commanders cost no more? Come in today and examine the fresh stocks of husky Com- manders just received. You'll be amazed that we can offer so much tire for so little money. • Price Is.biert to chant whew Retire • LOW PRICES! $512 * 4.40x . 21 4.75.1S $5 80 * $685 * 4.50.20 5.00:19 $760 * 4.50z21 sas it Is Goodrich :Kl• TIRES B EST IN THE LONG NUN\ Helmer Motor Company Poison Montana POLSON, MONT.