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Thursday, D05sber 17, 1936. THE FLATHEAD COURIER. Mesa Montana • PAGE SEVEN eetiena of any of the tallovriag parte relay bet caused by NERVES WeWed at ills spine by • subluaated vertebra. Chiropractic \ wf s (SPINAL) e itdiUgjl g ents '‘,Liepesa 100111Y,I \ Remove the LAIRC Come of erMCL. COOMIS ANDUIGS 1 A An X -Ray picture of your spine enables you to see the exact lo- cation and nature of your spinal trouble If you suffer from ill health an X -Ray picture of your spine will aid greatly in solving just what is the cause of your suf- fering and how to go about cor- recting it Correction of spinal disorders restore health to your body. Phone 126 for an appointment today. Foot Troubles Corrected Dr. F. W. Haight CHIROPRACTOR • Hours: 10 to 12, 2 te 5. 7 to 8 ev- enings except Wed. and Saturday, McAlear Bldg. Phone 129, Poison • DR. A. E. OSTROOT OPTOMETRIST Comfortable, Efficient Vision 205-207 Montana Bldg., Missoula AUCTIONEER Col. Fred Watson, Mont. GRA M frit' 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 Betides or Bear Creek Coal Phone or See L A. Gipe or Brown & Sons' Feed Store • • DR. E. W. LODMELL DENTIST New McAlear Bldg.. Pelson 9:00 to 12:00; 1:00 to 5:00 Phone 103 Evenings by Appointment Dr. Gladys Bratsberg CHIROPRACTOR aresiness560,. Phone U Hours 9:00-12:00 — 1:00-5:00 Evenings by Appointment 1 Wm.4. Marshall, M.D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Practice -limited to diseases of the Kra, par, hose and Throat, and the fitting of glasses. Ad. dyne Western Montana Clizde, at St. Patrick's hospital, phone 2168, Missoula. • A. C. RETZ FUNERAL DIRECTOR - Office 8. Residence 934 POLSON. MONTANA. eis • For REAL ESTATE Insurance Loans Surety Bonds See McALEAR In the New Building F. N. Hallman Attorney at Law Poison, Montana office over City Library ••• LAKE COUNTY LIVESTOCK SHIPPING ASSOCIATION sie=ta tw ans attret. t t . h ueiS h m t lr! ket value for ft. Why guess an weights and velvet can or Write Gine, Shipping Manager and Secretary, Poison, Montana. 10-17-36* Boasts Lake Record Having 1,484 hikes and 13,000 ponds, according to an aerial survey, Switzer- land claims to possess more small bodies of water than any other country. East Lake Shore Al Bourner was home from Shelby for a couple of days last week. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Shaw came home last week and will spend the holidays at home. M. H. Misfeldt returned from a trip to Great Falls last week. The road work has started and quite a number of men are working on the road clearing the right-of-way. The Women's Club met at the home of Mrs. Christ Evenson last Wednes- day. Each lady present exchanged gifts and all had a good time. Waltz's restaurant is open for busi- ness so don't go home hungry when you visit the east lake shore. Ben Rover was home over Sunday from the park. J. W. Walker returned from Great Falls last week. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Russell came out Tuesday to move their fence back for the new road. W. J. Brander of Woods Bay had the misfortune of losing a hand in a wood saw last week. Wm. Weirmiller and son, Henry, were Kalispell shoppers last Tuesday. Mrs. Chris Evenson?Mrs. Leonard Eh - tang and Miss Dora May Hancock were Christmas shoppers at Kalispell last Monday. Crawfords and R. E. Stocking were down to Poison last Saturday to see about work on the road. Mrs. J. W. Walker has gone to Everett, Wash., to the bed side of her sister who is very C. C. Fansler left for St. Paul last Sunday to get a new line of samples. He travels for the Northwest Jobbers of St Paul. Sam Boyd who has been confined with a bad cold is very much improved. Mrs. C. C. F'ansler of Great Falls and her sister, Mrs. H. Kaarey of Bozeman came out last week on account of their lather, Mr. Boyd, being sick. W. T. McLaughlin has been in the hospital with quinsey the past week. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,gehat a public hearing will be held on an\tmer- gency appropriation of . sup- plement the county general fund budget for the fiscal year. Said hearing will be held on the 26th day of December. 1936. at 2:30 o'clock P. M. in the Com- missioners' room in the city of Poison Montana, at which time and place any taxpayer may appear and be heard for or against the expenditure of money for such alleged emergency. Board of County Commissioners. By 0. H. Peltier, Clerk of the Board. (Pub. Dec. 17, 1936) RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING EMER- GENCY APPROPRIATION FOR ROAD FUND. WHEREAS, at the time of preparing the road budget for the year 1936-1937 it was impossiblue to foresee and to estimate the number of road petitions that would be filed for the construction of new roads and what amount would be required for the maintenance of pre- viously constructed roads and there- fore to estimate accurately the amount to be budgeted, and. WHEREAS, the numerous petitions tiled and the construction necessary to meet public demands and the mainten- ance necessary on other county roads have depleted the budget for the cur- rent year excepting 81460.68 thereof which balance is totally inadequate to meet the expenses of needed repairs and construction for the remainder of the fiscal year, and. WHEREAS, a reasonable estimate of the additional expenses necessary for further construction and maintenance of roads for the remainder of the fiscal year is conservatively estimated by the of County Commissioners at 45.000.00. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE- SOLVED that the above stated facts constitute an emergency and that the sum of $5,000.00 be and the same is hereby appropriated to the county road fund budget to meet such emergency, and, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED. quit the Clerk be and he Is hereby instructed and directed to publish said resolution in the issue of the Flathead Courier. December 17, 1936, together with a notice that a public hearing will be held thereon on the 26th day of December, 1936, at 2.00 o'clock P. M. in the Com- missioners' room in the City of Poison, Montana, at which time and place any taxpayer may appear and be heard for or against the expenditure of money for such alleged emergency. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Board of County Commissioners, this 7th day of December, 1936. Board of County Commissioners. By 0. H. Peltier, Clerk of the Board. (Pub. Dec. 17. 1936) NOTICE OF HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a public hearing will be held on an emer- gency appropriation of 85,000.00 to sup- plement c the county road budget for the year Said hearing will be held on the 26th day of December at 2:00 o'clock P. M. in the commissioner's room in the city of Poison. Montana, at which time and place any taxpayer may ap- pear and be heard for or against the ex- penditure of money for such alleged emergency. Board of County Commissioners. By 0. H. Peltier, Clerk of the Board (Pub. Dec. 17, 1936) RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING EMER- GENCY APPROPRIATION TO THE GENERAL FUND FOR EXPENSES OF ELECTION. WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners appropriated for the conduct of elections in the county bud- get for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1937, the sum of 84500.00 of which amount $2500.00 was appropriated for salaries and wages and $2000 00 for other eenses. and, WHEREAS, due to an unprecedented number of new registrations and an un- usually large number of candidates fil- ing for office, increasing thereby the expenses for registrars and judges and clerks of election to an extent impos- sible to foresee or estimate at the time of preparing the budget, and. WHEREAS, by reason of such unfore- seen and unaccountable cost the bal- ance in said budget is insufficient to Pay all claims filed in the Clerk's of- fice for the services of judges and clerks of election. The amount of such de- ficiency being the sum of $190.00, and, WHEREAS. such expenditures were incurred in conformity with the law in such case made and provided and were necessary and unavoidable; NOW, THEREFORE. 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I an emergency appropriation be and the same 18 hereby made from the anti- cipated revenues for the next year's budget in the amount of $190.00, and, BE IT FURTHER HESoLVED, that the Clerk of the Board be and he is hereby instructed and directed to pub- lish said resolution in the issue of the Flathead Courier, December 17, 1936, together with a notice that a public hearing will be held thereon on the 26th day of December, 1936, at 2:30 o'clock P. M., in the Commissoners' room in the City of Poison, Montana, at which time and place any taxpayer may ap- pear and be heard for or against the expenditure of money for such alleged emergency. Passed and adopted by the Board of County Commissioners, this 7th day of December, 1936. Board of County Commissioners By O. H. Peltier, Clerk of the Board. (Publish Dec. 17, 1936) BIDS WANTED Notice is hereby given that bids will be received by the Clerk and Recorder in his office until 2:00 o'clock P. M., January 4, 1936, for the Janitor work at the court house for the term of one Year beginning January 4, 1937. The Board of County Commissioners reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Board of County Commissioners By 0. H. Peltier, Clerk of the Board. (Pub. Dec. 17, 24, 31, 1936) NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL In the District Court of the Fourth Judicial District of the State of Mon- tana, in and for the County of Lake. In the Matter of the Estate of Alonzo Henry Cheney, also known as A. H. Cheney, Deceased. Pursuant to an order of said Court, made on the 14th day of December, 1936, notice is hereby given that Satur- day, the second day of January, 1937, at 10 o'clock A. M., of said day at the Court Room of said Court at the Court House in the County of Lake, has been appointed as the time and place for Proving the will of Alonzo Henry Chen- ey also known as A. H. Cheney, de- ceased and for hearing the application of Ruth Cleveland Cheney for the is- suance to her of Letters Testementary when and where any per%on interested may appear and contest the same. Dated December 14th, 1936. JAMES HARBERT, Clerk of the District Court. R. H. Wiedman, Poison, Montana. Attorney for Executrix. (Pub. Dec. 17, 24, 31. 1936) NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Lena M. Schudmack, De- ceased. Notice is hereby given by the under- signed, the Executor of the estate of Lena M. Schudmack, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to ex- hibit them, with the necessary vouch- ers, within four months after the first publication of this notice to the said, ncecutor at the law office of Lloyd I. Wallace in the County of Lake, State of Montana, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate. Bertram H. Ross, Executor of the Estate of said Deceased. Dated at Poison, Mont., this 20th day of November. 1936 Lloyd I. Wallace, Attorney for Executor. (Publish Nov. 26; Dec. 3, 10, 17) In the District Court of the Fourth Judicial District of the State of Montana, in and For the Counties of Missoula, Ravalli, Sanders, Mineral and Lake ORDER IT IS HEREBY ORDERED That the terms for holding court in the counties above named, and the days for hearing petitions for naturalization therein, for the year 1937 shall be as follows, to -wit: TERMS OF COURT MISSOULA COUNTY: Friday, January 8. Friday, May 7. Friday, September 3. Friday, November 5. RAVALLI COUNTY: Wednesday, January 6. Wednesday, April 7. Wednesday, July 7. Wednesday, October 6. SANDERS COUNTY: Monday, January 11. Monday, April 12. Monday, July 12. Monday, October 11 MINERAL COUNTY: Monday, January 4 Monday, April 5, Friday, July 9. Monday, October 4 LAKE COUNTY; Tuesday, January 5 Tuesday, April 6. Tuesday, July 6. Tuesday, October 5. NATURALIZATION DAYS MISSOULA COUNTY: Wednesday. April 21. Wednesday. October DO. RAVALLI COUNTY: Thursday. April 22. Wednes u d i g .y ,pctober 20, 2 p. m. SANDERS CO Saturday, April 24. Thursday, October 21. MINERAL COlflaY• Friday, April 23. LAKE COUNTYMo .0ctober 18 Tuesday, April 20. Tuesday, October 19. DONE IN OPEN COURT, this 8th day of December, 1936. ASA L. DUNCAN ALBERT BESANCON Judges of said District Court. (Publish Dec. 10, 17, 24, 1936) NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Mike D. Riley, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the under- signed, the administrator of the estate of Mike D. Riley, deceased, to the cred- itors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, with- in four months after the first publica- tion of this notice to the said admin- istrator at his office in Poison in the County of Lake, State of Montana, the same being the place for the trans- action of the business of said estate. SIG JOHNSON, Administrator of the Estate of said Deceased. 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