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POOR 5LII THE FLATIIKAD COURIER, Pelson. /donnas* Thursday, January 14, 192 7 DR. A. E. OSTROOT OPTOMETRIST Comfortable, Efficient Vision 205-207 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 011ioe • SAVE ON COAL Save on your coat bill by pooling your orders for find, quality Flotkiss or Bear Creek Coal Phone or See L. A. Gipe or Brown & Sons' Feed Stare Leon and Vicinity IL. J. Marion. December per diem and mileage. Commr. - 1.1. J. Rosenberger. December per I diem and mileage. Corium Tile Leon Ladies aid met at the home John H. Lampe. November salary of Mrs. T. B. Williamson on January 6, Wednesday afternoon. Election of of- I Seers was held for the year. Callers at the Homer Williamson home Sunday afternoon were Mr. and . 1 Mrs. Anton Sukovsky. Ben Williamson and Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Marcy of Poi- son. Fred Stimson and mother, both of Pablo, spent Sunday visiting at the Dimmick home. Miss Lucille Thorshein spent Satur- day with Jean Kerns. Mrs. C. F. Peterson and Mrs. Dahl Maynard called at the Henry Weingart home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Landquist of Ro- • nan visited at the Mike Thorstiein home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Marcy have pur- chased a new car. Mrs. Violette and sons, James and Eddie called at the James Kerns home Friday evening. Mike Thorshein who is employed at Plains returned home for the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Borden who were recently married at Kalispell, are living near the mine near Niarada, where Mr. Borden is employed. Mrs. Borden was formerly Miss Iris Violette daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Violette of Leon. She is a graduate of the St. Ignatius high school. Mr. Borden is well known here, having made his home with his grandmother, Mrs. Angus McDon- ald, while he attended school at St. Ignatius. DR. E. W. LODMELL DENTIST New McAlear Bldg., Poison 9:00 to 12:00; 1:00 to 5:00 Phone 103 Evenings by Appointment Hours 9:00-12:00 - 1:00-5.00 Evenings by Appointment Phone 11 I Dr. Gladys Bratsberg CHIROPRACTOR Brockman Bldg. Wm.!. Marshall, M.D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Practice 'limited to diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, and the fitting of glasses Ad- dress Western Montana Clinic, at Fit. Patrick's hospital. phone 2188, Missoula. 1 A. C. RETZ FUNERAL DIRECTOR Moss, Office 8. Residence 954 FOLSOM. MONTANA. • For REAL ESTATE Insurance Loans Surety Bonds See McALEAR Iii the New Building --d December 16, 1936. The Board of County Commisioners convened in regular session December 16, 1936 at 10:00 o'clock A. M. for the Purpose of reviewing old age pensions. December 26. 1936. Journal vouchers making changes in assessments on acount of errors were authorized by the board. An emergency appropriation in the amount of $5,000.00 was made to the load budget. An emergency appropriation of $190.00 was made to the General Fund for the salaries and wages of judges and clerks of election. December 30. 1936 The Board appraised lands acquired by Lake County by tax deed and ordered a sale of these tracts to be held on the 3rd day of February, 1937, at 2:00 o'clock P.M. December 30. 1936 The following claims were allowed by the Board of County C,onunissioners: General Fund G. A. Lensman, December per diem and mileage, commr. . $ 7230 assessor John H. Lampe. December salary assessr o T. j Farrell, December salary. treasurer Stella M. Upham. December sal- ary, Deputy Treasurer Ethel M. Steese, December sal- ary, clerk treasurer Ramona Stephens, December sal- ary. Clerk, treasurer 0. Fl. Peltier, December salary, clerk and recorder Bessie L. Kerns, December salary Deputy clerk and recorder ;Earl S. 'Ferrell, December salary ' deputy clerk and recorder Bee Upham, December salary I clerk, clerk and recorder .. Ruth lierreid. December salary , clerk, clerk and recorder !James Herbert. December salary, clerk of court • .Bee Upham, December salarY, ' clerk, clerk of court Isabel .Jensen, December salary, clerk, treas.. and supt. Ronald E. Rowan, December sal- ' clerk for attorney 89.75 !Rosemary Sinunons Bailey, De- cember salary, clerk for county N. E. Carlson, December salary 3323 superintendent janitor 100.00 Road Fund J. .1. Rosenberger, viewing roads 9.12 The Board of County Commissioners I adjourned at 5:00 o'clock D. m., sine die. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Attest: By G. A. Lensman. Chairman 0. H. Peltier, Clerk and Recorder. 59.20 52.48 125.00 125.00 150.00 120.00 63.75 21.25 150.00 137.50 102.00 35.84 13.35 150.00 18.01 59.17 LEGAL NOTICES Proceedings Of The I Bids will be received by the Board of CALL FOR BIDS Trustees of School Dfstrict No. 23, at Co. Commissioners o'clock P. M., January 22nd. 1937, on the office of the Clerk, up until 8:00 transportation of school children from , the Dam Site to Poison and back. j Bids will be considered on handling , the overload of the present bus for the Iremainder of the present school term. , Safe and comfortable equipment re- quired to haul about 25 passengers. ; Bids will also be considered on handl- ing all the children from the Dam for I the remainder of this term and the two following terms on a two-year and four months contract. New up-to-date equip- ment of fifty passenger capacity requir- ed. Contract will specify that route may be extended to not to exceed a total of two miles. Bids will be ooened at the high school building on the above date. The Board reserves the right to reiect any and all bids. January 14th, 1937. R. B. DAVIDSON, Clerk. (Publish January 14. 21) NOTICE Of closing of registration books for the city election of the city of Poison and the Town of Ronan: said election to be held on Monday, April 5. 1937. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That the registration of electors for the city election of the city of Poison and the NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of William F'. Luchau, De- ceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the undersigned. the Administrator of the estate of William F. Luchau deceased, to the creditors of and all persons hav- ing claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouch - era, within four months after the first I publication of this notice to the•said Administrator at the law offices of !Lloyd I. Wallace in the city of Poison, in the County of Lake. State of Mon- tana. the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate. HAROLD F. LUCHAT.1. Ad- ministrator of the Estate of said Deceased. Dated at Poison, Mont., this 7th day of January. 1937. Lloyd I. Wallace, Attorney for Petitioner. (Publish Jan. 14. 21. 28, Feb. 41 CALL FOR BIDS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that , sealed bids will be received by the .Clerk and Recorder in his office in the I 'Court House, in the City of Poison, Montana, until 2:00 o'clock on the 2nd day of February, 1937, for 30,000 feet of bridge Umber. For specifications and dimensions ;call at the office of the County Survey- or. The Board reserves the right to re- ject any or all bids. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. By W. A. JENSEN, Clerk of the Board. (Pub. Jan. 7, 14, 21, 28) Report of Condition of The Security State Bank of Poison, in the State of Montana at the Close of Fleaseess on December 31st, 1938. Assets I. Cash, balances with other banks. and caah Basis in procesa of collection $348.317.33 3. United States Ooverrunent obligations. direct and fatly gtmisuiteed 24.02315 4. State, county, and municipal obligations 47.187.931 5. Other bonds, notes, and debentures ...„..... 7. Loans and discounts 8. Overdrafts .....7 . 7 ...., ...I'L m : 110 7 6 •56 4 1r6 .243 .9 Banking house owned, none, furnitiwe aid getures ... ..... '3,000.00 11. Other real estate owned 6.000.00 16. TOTAL Liabilities and Capital 17. Deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations: (a) Demand deposits • I b) Time deposits evidenced by savings pus books $313,422.61 50,157.78 (c) Other time deposits . ... $7,191.08 IL United States Government and postal savings deposits 19. Stale. county, and municipal deposits 135.089.32 3.941.51 21. Certified and officers' checks, letters of credit and travelers' checks sold for cash, and amounts due to Federal Reserve Bank (transit account) , 5,598.80 72. TOTAL DEPOSITS _ _ _...$861408.10 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES EXCLUDING CAPITAL A.000UNT( ex- cept deferred obligations shown in item 33 which are subordin- ated to claims of depositors and other creditors) ' 565.408.10 $1. Capital account: (a) Capital stock and capital notes and debentured $ 37.500.00 (b) Surplus . (c) Undivided Profits 10,000.00 1,235.98 (d) Reserves 1,836.94 (e) Total capital account _ . . 50,572.92 $615.981.02 SHERIFF'S SALE Bart Cramer. Plaintiff, against Geo. A. Jette and Gladys Jette, husband and Wife. Defendants. TO BE SOLD AT SHERIFF'S SALE: On the 30th day of January, A. 13., 1907, at two o'clock P. M., at the front door of the Court House in the City of Poison. Cotmty of Lake. State of Mon- tana. that certain real Property situa in said Lake County, and particularO described as follows. to -wit: All of the right, title, claim and inter- est of the Defendants, of, in and to the south fifty-five (55) feet of lot number two (2). of block number three (3). of the Original 'Ibwnsite of Poison, Mon- tana, together with all and singular the tenements, hereditaments and appur- tenances thereunto belonging or in any- wise appertaining. Dated this 5th day of January, A. D., town election of the town of Ronan. J. L TAULBEE, Sheriff of Lake county, on the 5th day of April, Lake County, Montana. 1937, will be closed on Thursday, Febru- By Lee Butcher, Under -Sheriff ay( 18, 1997. Lloyd I. Wallace, Attorney for the Those who registered for and voted P1 tiff, Poison. Montana. at the General Election held in Lake (Pub. Jan. 7. 14, 21, 281 county on November 3. 1936, or who have registered since such General Elec- tion, PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR'S REPORT are not required to re -register. To the Honorable District Court of Those who were registered but did not the Fourth Judicial District of the vote at said General Election must re- State of Montana, in and for the coun- register before they will be allowed to ty of Lake. vote again. In compliance with the law I here - made by moving to another precinct It a change of precinct has been with report the condition of the estates ha since the last General Election, or last which ve come into my hands as Public Administrator of Lake County. registration, it is necessiarv to be trans- Montana. during the year 1936. and the ferred to the precinct in which the voter now lives. disposition made thereof. Electors may register for the ensuing bated by Inc and are entirely closed up following estates have been pre- election by appearing before the Coun- and accounting made to this court and ty Clerk, at his office in Poison, be- filial decrees entered thereon. to -wit: tween the hours of 9:00 a. m. and 5:00 p. m., or before a Deputv Registrar, Justice of the Peace or Notary Public. IF LIVING MORE THAN 10 MILES Isaac Tellier The records of these estates have been approved by the Court and decrees of FROM THE COURT HOUSE. fllial discharge filed therein. If you are not registered, you cannot In the estate of Lewis L. Brusletten: vote. The value is $2,000.00. which consists W. A. JENSEN. County of real estate. No money was received Clerk and Ex -Officio Re- or paid out during the year 1936. ostrar of Lake County. Following are the estates which are Montana. not fully adminstered, : Pub. Jan. 14, 21, 28, Feb. 4) In the meter of the estate of John 0. lwood. (a) $602.50; (b) $188.75; (c) $73.81; (d) $92.94. In the matter of the estate of Mike D. Riley: (a) $1495.65; (b) $964.80; (c) $954.80; (d) none. • In the matter of the estate of Christ- ian Feucht: (a) $2670.43; (b) $459.80; (c) $165.00; (d) $294.89. In the matter of the estate of Charles Colburg: (a) $2147.58; (b) $404.33; (c) $245.84; (d) $158.49. Key: (a) value of estate; (b) money which has come into hands of Admin- istrator; (c) amounts paid out by Ad- ministrator: (di amounts if any in hands of Administrator. SIG JOHNSON, Public Admin- istrator, Lake County. Montana (Pub. Jan. 7-14-21-28: Feb.441) NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Alonzo Henry Cheney, also known as A. H. Cheney, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the undersigned Executrix of the estate of Alonzo Henry Cheney, also known as A. H. Cheney deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vottchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice to the said Executrix at the office of R. H. Wiedman in the City of Polson, in the county of Lake, State of Montana, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate. RUTH CLEVELAND CHENEY Executrix of the Estate of said Deceased. Dated at Poison, Mont., this 2nd day of January, 1937. R. H. Wiedman, Attorney for Executrix. (January 7-14-21-28) CONDENSED STATEMENT DECEMBER 31. 1936 Reso ureNI Loans 8110k55.3.16 Overdrafts .26 Furniture & Fixturei 3,000.00 Other Real Estate Owned 6,000.00 Bonds & Warrants .........$148,110.27 Cash & due from Banks _ 348,317.33 496,427.60 Total: $615.881.02 Liabilities Capital Account: Common Stock -.3 25,016.011 Preferred Stack 15,300.00 Surplus Fund 10,000.99 Undivided Profits ___.----- ..... 1,235.98 Reserves 1,836.94 $ 50,57232 Deposits 565.40819 $615,981.12 The Security State Bank Poison, Montana 32. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL $615.981.02 33. On December 31. 1936. the required legal reserve in deposits of this hank F . N. Hamman amounted to S348317.33. Attorney at, Law Poison, Montana -J 35 was $56.540.81. Assets reported above which were eligible as legal reserve I Memoranda Pledged assets (except real estate). rediscounts, and securities loaned: (a) U. S. Government obligations. direct and fully guaranteed Pledged to secure liabilities 413) Other assets (except real estate)) pi.ed to SWUM liabilities Office over City Library $ 22 ' 92325 (including notes and bills redbootmtU and securities sold under repurchase agreement) 100.260,58 LAKE COUNTY LIVESTOCK SHIPPING ASSOCIATION Ship your stock through the AssoCiation and get the full mar- ket value for it. Why guess on weights and valutY Call or Write L. A. Gipe, Shipping Manager and Secretary, Poloin, Montana. 10-17-38* A fTettiOn■ of any of Eh. following parts fray I. raw...1 by NERVES haphifof at II win , 1,) ,rtebrt - -t ftS Chiropractic (sm.) nG: Adjustments AwRGAs Wili Remove the 4 \ Cause of uvect *WEL ORGAN' TOOK& MO LEGS I. A An X -Ray picture of your sp ne enables you to see the exact 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 his v 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 Baia': 10 to 12, 2 to 5. 7 to 8 ev- mines except Wed. and Saturday. McAlear Bldg. Phone 126. Poison • IC) TOTAL .$123,183.83 36. Secured and preferred llabillties: • (a) Deposits secured by pledging assets pursuant to reqtdrement of law $139.037V iel TOTAL $139e37.83 H. S. Hanson. Cashier, of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true, and that the SCHEDULES on the back of this re- port fully and correctly represent the true state of the several matters herein contained and set forth to the best of my knowledge and belief. H. S. HANSON. , Correct Attc:a: .1. A. Johnson, A. L. Graves, Bernice Elkins, Directors. I State of Montana. County of Lake. Sworn to and subscribed before me this I 9th day of January. 1937. and I hereby certify that I sin not an officer or director I of this bank. My Commission expires June 1, 1939. (Seal) W. C. VINCENT Notary Public. _ 1 SALE OF LAND ACQUIRED BY LAKE COUNTY BY TAX DEED , NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That the Board of County Commissioners will offer for sale at public auction at the front door of the court house in the City of Poison, Montana, on the 3rd day of February, 1937. beginning at 2:00 o'clock P. M., the following described pieces and parcels of land which were acquired by Lake County by tax deed. to -wit: Former Owner and Description Sec. Twp. RniAppraised Prier Arthur, Mark, SEki NWS., Sia NE L. NW% . 18 16 19 $1000.00 Fatanley. Mary & Clingham, Clara W. lot 4 5 22 20 Estanley. Mary & Clingham_, Clara W.,___Iots__,_1 2,3 6 22 20 1000.00 Farmers dr Merchants St. Bk.. Dixon, NEKNW% 18 17 20 200.00 Nichols. Walter, lot 4 1 16 19 Nichols. Walter, lots 1 and 2 2 16 19 480.00 Nollar, Henry L. et al., NE% NE 22 23 23 120.00 Patton, Arthur Earl, Ea. , NE 1 4. ViEli% b 17 20 Patton, Arthur Earl, Masi NW% 9 17 20 800.00 Former Owner and Description Lot Rik. Appraised Value Barker, Lilly M. Grand View Add., Poison 10 13 50.00 Barthell, C. E., Blue Grade Villa 1, 2, 3 2 150.00 Barthell. C. E., Grouse Villa 8. 9 11 100.00 Barthel, C. E.. Safety Bay Villa, 19 20 21 4 75.00 Bergen. Dell. Raven' Townsite 2 2 10.00 Florin, Mrs. Henry Jr., &needs Add., Ronan 9, 10 10 70.00 Lockwood, Frank, Glacier View Add., Ronan 2, 3 c 120.00 Murgittroyd. Myron. Yellow Bay Villa 9,_ 10 4 50.00 Clyde Weythrnan, et. al., Lake Shore Add., Poison ..... 5, 4 7 300.00 Rer, W. A.. Poison Heights 4. 5. 6 3 160.00 Buhr. H. D., et. al., Poison Heights i 6 2 50.00 Smelcer, Geo. V.. Pablo Townsite 7, 8, 9 34 30.00 Tomfohr, Mrs. M., Poison Heights 10 1 50.00 Wallace, L. I., Safety Bay Villa 11 to 15150. Wallace, L. 1.. White Swan Villa 1,3, 6 g 00 (100,00) (Each) Wyeth, Chas. A.. Safety Bay Villa . 1 to 4 11 200.00 TERMS OF SALE: Cash sales will be allowed a 10 per cent discount ' No discount will be allowed on contract sales made upon the following terms; go Per cent cash, balance in four annual payments at 4 per cent interest. The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. BOARD OF COUNTY _COMMISSIONERS By 0. H. PELTIER, Clerk of the Board. (Publish Dec. 31, Jan. 7, 14, 21) Power Gains Per cent Revenue Gains .005 Per cent Energy generated by all public utility electric plants in'the United States during 1935 totaled 93,575,000,000 kilowatt hours as compared with 85,970,000,000 kilowatt hours in 1934, according to statistics corn piled by the Electrical World. That is an inczease of almost 9 per cent. The total number of cus- tomers increased 2 per cent during the year, the aggregate reaching 25,341,203 at the end of 1935. The revenue obtained from the sale of electric energy in 1935 reach- ed a total of $1,923,500,000; which is a gain of about one-half of one per oent. A 9 per cent gain in volume of business that produces only a one- half per cent gain in revenue is evidence of the continuing trend in rate reductions. The Montana Power Company Serving 155 Montana Cities and Towns