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Thursday, November 19, 1936 Tin n3TH&tD COURZia, !Mesa, Montana JR. PAGE SEVIN DR. A. E. OSTROOT OPTOMETRIST Comfortable, Efficient Vision 205-2.07 Montana Bldg., Missoula. AUCTIONEER Col. Fred Watson, Missoula, Mont. GRATIS PHONE 4207 \Ask the man for whom I have sold\ • Sale Dates made at this Office • SAVE ON COAL Save on your coal bill by pooling your orders for first quality Botkies or Bear Creek Coal Phone or See L A. Gipe or Brown & Sons' Feed Stare 5. • DR. E. W. LODMELL DENTIST New McAlear Bldg., 9:00 to 12:00; 1:00 t iE c : 9 5 1 r0 r 0 Phone 103 Evenings by Appointment Dr. Gladys Bratsberg CHIROPRACTOR Brockman Bldg. Phone Li Hours 9:00-12:00 - 1:00-5:00 Evenings by Appointment Wm..f. Marshall, M.D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Practice ilmited to diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, and the fitting of glasses. Ad- dress Western Montana Clinic, at St. Patrick's hospital. phone 2168, Missoula. 1 A. C. RETZ FUNERAL DIRECTOR Phone, Office 9 Resklenee 934 POLSON, MONTANA. LAKE COUNTY LIVESTOCK SHIPPING ASSOCIATION Zt o3, your stock through the A Lion and get the full mar- ket value for it. Why guess on weights and valuet Call or Write L. A. Gipe, Shipping Manager and Secretary, Poison, Montana. 10-17-36* S., For REAL ESTATE Insurance Loans Surety Bonds See McALEAR hi the New Building Special... Pre-Chirtsmas Discount Offer in Effect now. Come to our studio at once. It's none too early for Xmas orders. Meier's Studio Dr. F. W Carlin \Chiropractor\ Free Examination Poison, Mont, Phone 61 Will make speciality of Exoph- thalmic (nailed Ingrowing or thy- roid) Goitre and Asthma. Twenty- five years of successful practice. OUT Mott*, \TheellOVe the cause and let nature cure you.\ F. N. Hamlin Attorney at Law Poison, Montana Office over City Library St. Ignatius News Erickson Flower Shop, located in Mrs. Emma Dubois store, Poison. Cut &AVMS, potted plants and funeral work. Phonc 301. 33 Mr. and Mrs. William Kirk and son, Bobby, Mr. and Mrs. William Froen, and Clyde McNeil of Butte; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fellows and children of Spokane, and Ted Martin of Alberton were week end guests at the Leo Hill ! home. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McDon- ald of Helena and Mr. Walsh of Boze- man were visitors at the Hill home Sun- day. Visitors at the Jud Taylor home dur- ing the week end were John Schram, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Parmenter, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Sanderson and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bout of Hamilton; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Burnett, and Mrs. Taylor's sister, Mrs. Sam Ross of Missoula. Mrs. Ross will remain for a week's visit with her sis- ter here. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Flatten and daugh- ter Alberta a Missoula were week end visitors at the Albert Thompson home. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Smyth and children spent the last week visiting in Helena. Hunters who were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Smith over the week end were Sam Curras, D. 0. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. John Burnett, Mrs. Donna Yelle, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Herrick, Dr. and Mrs. T. Rider, Mr. and Mrs. D. Avero and John Stall. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mercer and Mar- tin Hausman of Bozeman were callers on Mrs. Blanche Pehl at the home of Mrs. Rosalie VanDeusen Friday. Mrs. Mercier, Mrs. Pehl's sister, spent the week end here. Mr. Mercer and Mr. Hausmeyer are members of the faculty of the State Agricultural college in - Bozeman. Bill Johnson, Herman Detert. Ben Detert and Mr. Howard returned from the Spotted Bear country Friday with their full quota of elk. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Buckhouse moved to their house in town last week. P. L. Larson, immigration agent for the N. P. railroad, from Missoula, stop- ped here Tuesday with L. Brackett and Mr. and Mrs. F. Nergaard. Mr. Brackett a former resident of Cohagen, recently purchased a farm near Arlee. Mr. and Mrs. Nergaard are from Jordon. Bishop Foxx of Billings conducted Episcopal services at the community church here last Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. Friend Day of Hamilton were also here. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Shannon of Thompson Falls were week end guests at the Phil Beckwith home. Sister Ernest and Sister Ananias of the Holy Family hospital left Saturday for Great Falls where they will spend the next two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. McDonough of Helena visited their son. Charles Mc- Donough over the week end. Mrs. Leonard Stinger of the Agency visited at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moran, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Edison Kent and Oscar Shiner of Missoula visited at the Armour and Walter homes Sunday. Dr. F. E. Buchen of Darby and Sam- uel Volter of Hamilton were dinner guests at the Harry Tasker home Tues- day. Mrs. Cie°, E. Armour was hostess to the Women's Club at the home of Mrs. Victorine Renauld Thursday afternoon. After the regular business meeting, Mess Margaret Conlon. home demonstration agent of the extension bureau at Mon- tana State College, held an open forum dealing with the clothing project now under way in Lake county. Mrs. George Beckwith then conducted a class in parliamentary law. Light refreshments were served by the hostess. Mrs. Charles LaPorte was hostess to the Foothills club at a social meeting in Equity Hall Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Ben Detert and Mrs. Donald Lynn were presented with favors for their scores. The club will hold a business meeting at the home of Mrs. Alice Glover No- vember 25th. Miss Caroline Thompson celebrated her eighth birthday Tuesday afternoon. LeRoy Kelly. Earl Britton, jr., Donald Ball, Shirley Medaris. Nada Skelton, Clara Bartlett and Jaquiline Armour presented the hostess with gifts, and enjoyed games and refreshments. Flathead Lodge No. 112, A. F. & A. M. held a banquet in the Masonic temple Tuesday eevning. C. E Coe from MLs- soula, L. W. Shotwell from the Agency and many others from out of town were present. Ray Ball, J. R. Smock, A. C. Brooks, Carl Ftedlaczyk and Ben Wil- liamson were in charge of the ban- quet arrangements. Proctor Items Mr .and Mrs. D. 0. Rogers and son. Dale, were business callers in Kalispell Thursday. The Ladies aid met at the home of Mrs. Omar Lininger at Lake Ronan Wednesday. A group of relatives and friends gave a house warming and surprise party at the Billings Adams home Saturday evening, The occasion was in cele- bration of the wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Adams, and the birthday anniversary of Mrs. Billings Adams, also the birthday of .1. Henry Adams, all on the same day, November 14th. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Adams, Miss Violet Adams and Mr. and Mrs. Eckleberry of Washing- ton, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Adams and family, Mr. and Mrs. Billings Adams and family, Mr. and Mrs. S. Bowers, of Elmo, Dale Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. D. 0. Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. George Davis and children and George and araYdon Wil - liams. The evening was spent visiting and playing cards and refreshments was served at a late hour. Mrs. Duncan Grant of Elmo spent the week end at the Donald Grant home. Miss Gertrude Bly of Somers spent the week end with friends. Mrs. D. 0. Rogers spent the day Fri- day visiting at the R. L. Walker home. Spring Valley Erickson Flower Shop, located in Mrs. Emma Dubois store, Poison. Cut flowers, potted plants and funeral work. Phone 301. 33 At the P. T. A. meeting which was held Friday evening in Green Mountain school election of officers took place. Those elected to serve for the coming North Crow Creek year were John Wigfleld president; Al- vin Merritt vice president; and Mrs. Poole secretary -treasurer. Plans for the Christmas tree and treat were arranged as follows. Mrs. Gottlieb was appointed on the candy committee and Alvin Merriett will get the tree. The annual Thanksgiving dinner will be held at Green Mountain school on Thanksgiving day. Mrs. Nelson and Mrs. Wigfield were appohited on the coffee and serving committee for the occasion. • Several families from here attended the Alec Moore sale near Cherie last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Merritt and fam- ily visited Saturday evening at the White sheep ranch in Garcon Gulch. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stimson spent Sun- day at the Merritt home. The men went out hunting. Mrs. B. Gottlieb and John were call- ers at the Diamond Bar Six ranch Fri- day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Cap Palmer spent Wed- nesday evening at the Geo. Halverson home playing cards. Mr. Bjorge of Garcon Gulch was In the valley Monday looking up some cat- tle. Alvin Merritt and John Wigtield took a truck load of hogs to Ronan the first of the week. Erickson Flower Shop. located in Mrs. EMMA Dubois store, Poison. Cut flowers, potted plants and funeral work. Phone 301. 33 The N. C. C. Club met November 10 at their clubhouse, Mrs. Grover C. Cochran and Mrs. Harry Apples hosteses. There were twelve members present and Mrs. Shennemen, Mrs. Maus. Mrs. Ed Du- puis and Mrs. Rafferty were guests. Plans were completed for the dance given Saturday night, November 14, music furnished by \The Montana Play- boys.\ Mt. Harding Post No. 124 of the American Legion and the Auxiliary gave a party at the N. C. C. clubhouse Wed- nesday evening November 11th. About one hundred members and guests en- joyed dancing and lunch was served at midnight. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Fialka returned Monday night from Seattle and other points. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Hendrick returned last week from a two month's visit with friends and relatives in Missouri. Mrs. H. J. Vessey who recently. under- went a major operation at the Thornton hospital in Missoula was able to re- turn to her home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Glen McNeil and baby daughter visited the G. Vaughan family A Simple Trust Fund WILL PROVIDE FOR THE FUTURE A committee of able and experienced men select investments for your trust fund. These men know something of your needs. That is why a trust fund with this Bank is sound. It is created for you. The Security State Bank Poison, Montana • 0 Prices Reduced On ALL Used Cars We need the space for winter storage, and have decided to reduce the prices on all our used cars. We Have Some Exceptional Bargains 1929 Model A Tudor 1930 Model A Tudor 1930 Model A Town Sedan 1934 V8 Pickup 1929 Plymouth Sedan 1930 Plymouth Coupe 1935 Plymouth DeLuxe Touring Sedan 1935 Dodge Commercial Sedan 1930 Ford Model A Truck, new rubber, dual wheels, reconditioned motor. 1934 Chevrolet 1 1 / 2 ton panel = - The Following Cars are Priced at Less than ;50.00 1930 Whippet Sedan 1926 Dodge Sedan 1929 Studebaker Sedan 1929 Essex Coach If you intend to buy a good used car, be sure and look over our cars. Small down payment, convenient terms on the balance Dewey Service Co. Dodge and Plymouth Poison, Mont. at Chario Thursday. Mrs. Harold Crannell was a PoLson visitor Monday. Mr. and Mrs. John Lorgersoti of Plains were guests at McNells Sunday. Mrs. A. T. Baumgartner was a Ronan caller Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hendrick were Sunday guests at the Walter Shen- nemen home. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Lindsay left Monday on a hunting trip. Dr. Chas. Thornton and Thomas Marlowe of Missoula were hunting pheasants in this vicinity Sunday and were guests at the Vessey home. A letter received by Mrs. L. D. French November 12 bore the news that her aged mother had passed away at Min- neapolis on November 2nd. A telegram had been sent previously but was not received by Mrs. French. Pablo Community Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Owens were en- tertained at cards and luncheon at the F. P. Hafdahl home Wednesday even- ing. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Milner, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Milner were dinner guests Wednesday at the H. E. Burnside home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schleip called at the Fred Garbe home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Detrich, Mrs. Vandergift, George Garbe, Herman Keading spent Wednesday evening at the Burnside home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Garbe called at the Walt Shennaman home Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mutchler spent Sunday at the C. E. Caffery home. Mrs. John Brauer and daughter, Lucy Mix, and Rex Reed of Missoula spent Sunday at the Roy Reed home. Orville Olsen spent Friday night with George Garbe at the W. R. Detrich home. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mutchler and Hollis Burnside called at the Walt Elhennaman home Friday night. Hollis Burnside spent Saturday and Sunday in Missoula with Charlie Baker attending the football game. Mr. Larvin is helping W. It. Detrich with his barn. Hilbert Hanson of Poison spent Sat- urday at the Roy Reed home. Mrs. Max Garbe and Dora attended the Lutheran aid meeting at the Al- fred Butts home Wednesday. LEGAL NOTICES ALIAS SUMMONS In the District Court of the Fourth Judicial District of the State of Mon- tana, in and for the County of Lake. John Finley. plaintiff, vs. Agatha Fin- leyta fendant. STATE OF MONTANA Sends greetings to the above named defendant and to each of them: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to answer the Complaint in this action. which is filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court. a copy of which is here- with served upon one of you in each County wherein any of you reside, and to file your answer and serve a copy thereof upon the Plaintiff's Attorney within 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 rellef demanded in the Complaint. of suit -Plaintiff seeks de- cree Pu tird s i e vorce from defendant. Grounds wilful desertion. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 9th day of November. 1936. (Seal) JAMES HARBERT, Clerk of said Court. MARK li. DERR. Attorney for Plaffiliff, Poison Montana. (Pub. Nov. 12. 19. 26. Dec. 3. 1936) - - ALIAS SUMMONS In the District Court of the Fourth Judicial District of the State of WO- tam in and for the County of Lake. Helen Rhoades, Plaintiff vs. Frank Rhoades, defendant. THE STATE OF MONTANA Sends greetings to the above named defendant and to each of them: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to answer the Complaint in the, action which is filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court, a copy of which is here - kith served upon one of you in each County wherein any of you reside, and to file your answer and serve a copy thereof upon the plaintiff attorney within 20 days after the service of this summons exclusive of the day of ser- vice; and in case of your failure to ap- pear or answer judgment will be taken against you, by default, for the relief demanded in the Complaint. Plaintiff alleges in her complaint: That the plaintiff and defendant were intermarried in Poison, Lake County. Montana. on the 26th day of September. 1930; that she Lk a resident of the State of Montana and has resided there for more than one year immediately pre- ceding the commencement of this ac- tion: that there is no issue of the mar- riage; that the defendant has , been guilty of wilful neglect in that the de- fendant has failed to provide the neces- sities of life, although being amply able to do so, and also alleges that on or about the first day of October. 1932. the defendant disregarding his marriage = ci , wilfully and without cause, de - and abandoned the plaintiff and ever since has and still continues to wilfully and without cause, against her will, live separate and apart from her. Plaintiff asks that the marriage be- tween the parties hereto be dissolved and that she be granted an absolute divorce and for such other and further relief as to this Court may seem lust. Witness my hand and the Seal of said court this 29th day of October, 1936. James Harbert, Clerk of said Court. A. J. Brower. Attorney for Plaintiff. Poison, Montana. (Publish Nov. 5-12-19-26, 1936) ALIAS SUMMONS In the District Court of the Fourth Judicial District of the State of Mon- tana. in and for the County of Lake. 11 enry F. Morin, Plaintiff, vs. Doris Morin, Defendant. The State of Montana sends Greet- ings to the above named defendant: You are hereby summoned to answer the complaint in this action which is filed in the office of the clerk of this court, and file your answer and serve a copy thereof upon the plaintiff's attor- ney within twenty days after the ser- vice of this summons, exolusive 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 com- plaint. The said action is brought to secure a decree of absolute divorce from the above defendant upon the grounds of desertion continuing for more than one year last past immediately next pre- ceding the commencement of this ac- tion. Reference to plaintiff's duly verified complaint on file herein is hereby made for further particulars. Witness my hand and seal of said Court this 28th day of October, 1936. (Court Seal) James Harbert, Clerk F. N. Hammen. Attorney for Plaintiff, Poison, Montana. (Publish Oct. 29. Nov. 5, 12, 19) that cost less per mile Men's Work Clothing Ladies' STRUT WEAR Hoisery 75c - $1.00 • • • • Holding's : • • THE STORE THAT SELLS FOR. • CASH AND SFII-s4 FOR LEES r••••••••••••••••••11r • *MI= ININAff THE BEST BUY IN CALIFORNIA WINE CALIFORNIA WINE ASS•N FRUIT INDUS , RITS LTD • Affectioaa of any of the follovi i = may be caused by NERVES at the spine by a sublaxated writhes: SRAM EYES Chiropractic FINAL) I Adjustments Remove the wwv- Cause of 1104110. 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And no wonder when you serve ours, for they are made of the finest Ingredients procurable, compounded by the finest workmanship. Try one to- day. Apple pie ale mode makes a tasty and easily prepared dinner dessert. The Gold Crust Bakery Phone 109 itimMiMW