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Thursday, A 28, 1931. THE FLATIIRAD COUR1012. Mead. Montana PAGE SEVEN North Crow Creek Mrs. Robert Johnson and iwitus Rathbone were hostesses Tuesday at the Johnson home at a regular meeting of the N.C.C. club. Eighteen members were present. Committees were ap- pointed for the next dance, which will be given soon. The next meeting will be a no -host session at the club house on April 27th. Lawrence Jones of South Crow Creek spent last week end with Don and James Cooper. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Crannell and baby were guests at the L. D. French home Friday evening. Several from this community attend- ed the junior prom at Poison. Mrs. L. D. French was a caller at the Chas. Mattson home Monday. Miss Helen Defftnbough was an over- night guest of Miss Viola Menzie Tues- day. Miss Celestine Faulkner was a guest of Miss Dolite Tvoruzek Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. T. 0. Peasley were guests Saturday evening at the R. Drowatzky home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cooper were callers at the Storm home Monday evening. Miss Esther Knopp of Pablo spent the week end with her sister, Miss Thelma Knopp at the Hocker home. • Mrs. Olen McNeil and baby left Sun- day morning for a visit with relatives in Helena. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Lindsay and son Dickie of St. Ignatius were guests Sat- urday night and Sunday at the E. D. Hendrick home. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Apples enter - Mr. and Mm. A. Hocker and son, Billy, visited relatives at Hamilton over the week end. Mrs. Susie Neal returned with them and will spend the next two weeks at the Rocker home. LEGAL NOTICES WARRANT CALL Upon presentation at the office of the County Treasurer, of Lake county, at Poison. Montana, on or after APRIL 27, 1937 I will pay the following registered warrants. Interest to cease on above date. Lake county general fund warrants registered on or before May 30, 1936. Lake County Road Fund Warrants registered on or before June 30, 1935. Insect Pest Warrants registered on or before August 8. 1936. School District No. 23 High School Warrants registered on or before De- cember 1. 1936. Mission Irrigation District Warrants registered on or before May 3, 1934. Dated April 21. 1937. T. J. FARRELL. County Treasurer. (Publish April 22. 1937.) CALL FOR BIDS The Board of Trustees of School Dis- trict No. 23, will receive and consider sealed bids on the following property: The Mountain View School Building. The Old Shop Building in Poisson. Bids will be opened May 7th, 1937. at 8:00 o'clock P. M. at the high school building in Poison, Mont. The board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. R. B. Davidson, District Clerk. (Pub. April 22, 29, 1937) NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Prank E. Hutchin, deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the undersigned Executor of the estate of • Opening Announcement We have moved to our new location, first door north of the Gold Crust Bakery and are holding our grand open- ing, starting Thursday, April 22. To every person who registers and draws a lucky num- ber we will give, without obligation to buy, a Universal Electric Mixer. Drawing will take place between 7 and 8 p. in., Saturday, April 24th. REDIBMBER! You may register up to 7 o'clock p. m. Saturday Evening In addition to the celebrated NORGE line we will carry smaIl electrical appliances and auto accessories. WW 1 st5. 00 Dom c\ Wide choice of models to provide you with exactly the range you want -at a price that represents the biggest value. itcastor se ftlezato Stange - SiTagb al Ironer COME, and see the senational new ti °Me LOW -11111iP Hollator Refrigerator -the refrigerator that Pf keeps foods t110. FRESH., with natural moi at sture retad. ine front 2 to 5 tittles longer no increase in operating cost. See the'' 1 .4 ante Ri'nges with their Many exclusive features of - coon:a . co nvenie nce u and ny See the to; Autobilt Washer and Thiotr°1 lroneru -nern %sun &tint ecolvtnent• ;41P optiosa yew Whatever ffect.... ortisitlerrsg_ yasbal Norge infoge Don't buy any laundering equip- ment until you have seen the many exclusive features of the Norge Auto - built Washer and Duotroi Ironer. Come in and let us demonstrate. IlAparVeNT\' sissy, rolling power In- stead of hurried back - end -forth action. Result -mare cold for the cur- rent aged. •aea o. S PAT OSIT SPECIALS Oil, per quart 14c Batteries $4.25 Oil, 5 -gal. Iota $2.45 Tires $5.95 DuPere & Son Frank E. Hutchin deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said decessed, to ex- hibit them with the necessary vouchers within four months after the first pub- lication of this notice to the said execu- tor at Poison in the County of Lake, State of Montana. the same being the Place for the transaction of the business of said estate. ROBERT F. mrrcsusT, Executor of the Estate of Said Deceased. Dated at Poison, Mont., this 21st day of April, 1937. L. D. French, Attorney for Petitioner. (Pub. April 22. 29, May 6, 13) NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE In the District Court of the Fourth Judicial District of the State of Mon- tana. and for the county of Lake. In , e matter of the Estate of Ada E. L , Deceased. N CE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That in pursuance to an order of the District Court of the County of Lake and State of Montana made on the 13th day of i April, 1937, n the matter of the Estate of Ada E. Lyman, Deceased, the under- signed, Frank 13. Lyman. administrator of the estate, will on or after the 30th day of April, 1937, sell at private sale to the highest and best bidder upon the terms and conditions hereinafter set forth, subject to the confirmation of the above entitled District Court, all the right, title, interest and estate of the deceased which the said decedent had at the time of her death as well as all the right, title, interest and estate which has since accrued by operation of law or otherwise, to the estate of the said decedent since her death, in and to the following described property: The South Half of the Southwest quarter (61 1 / 2 5VP4) of Section Twenty- seven (27), in Township Twenty-two (22), North of Range Twenty-one (21). West or the Montana Meridian, Lake County, Montana, leas that piece of land two acres square, previously deeded to the Trustees of School District. No. 35, in the Southwest corner of the premises, together with all and singular the tenements, heriditaments, appur- tenances thereto belongihg. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE: Cash. Ten percent of the amount bid to be paid at the time of the acceptance of the bid: balance on confirmation of sale by District Court; deeds and in- struments of title at the expense of the purchaser. All bids must be in writing, and de- livered to the undersigned Adminis- trator at the office of his attorney, A. J. Brower, at Poison, Lake County, Montana, or may be billed in the office of the Clerk of this Court at any time before making the sale. Dated this 13th day of April, 1937. Frank D. Lyman, Adrninistator of the Estate of Ada E. Lyman, Deceased. (Publish April 15, 22, 1937) SEALED BIDS WANTED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That the Clerk of the Board will receive sealed bids for approximately 15.000 gallons of gasoline, delivered in tank loads to the yards of the several road districts for the year ending May 1st, 1938. Said bids will be received by the County Clerk up to May 3. 1937, at 2:00 o'clock P. M. at which time the bids will be opened and publicly read, in the Commissioners room in the City of Poi- son, Montana. '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. April 15. 22. 29. 1937) CERTIFICATE OF FICTITIOUS NAME This is to certify that I, P. J. McCon- nell. of Poison, Montana. am doing a! general laundry and dry cleaning busi- ness at Poison, Montana, under the firm name and style of Poison Steam Laundry: That Poison Steam Laundry conducts a general laundry and dry cleaning business and business of such nature within the State of Montana and its principal place of business and office is in Poison. Lake County, Montana. That I, F. .1. McConnell, am the sole owner and manager of the Poison Steam Laundry; that my full name is F. J. McConnell; and my place of resi- dence is Poison. Lake County. Montana. That I carry on said business under the fictitious and firm name, style, and designation of Poison Steam Laundry Dated at Poison. Montana, April 1 1937. F. J. Mc Connell. State of Montana. County of Lake, as. On this 10th day of April, 1937, before me. A. J. Brower, a notary public with- in and for the State of Montana, per- sonally appeared F. J. McConnell, per- sonally known to me to be the person whose name is subscribed tei the above and foregoing Certificate and he ac- knowledged to me that he executed the same. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my notarial seal the day and year first above written. (Seal) A. J Brower, Notary Public for the Sti - .te of Montana. Residing at Poison. Montana. My Com- mission expires March 9, 1939. (Pub. April 15. 22. 29: May 6) NOTICE OF HEARING Notice is hereby given that a public hearing will be held an additional emergency appropriation of $4,000 00 to supplement the County road budget for the maintenance of roads for the fiscal year. Said hearing will be held on the 23rd day of April, 1937. at two o'clock it m. in the commissioners' 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 W. A. Jensen. Clerk of the Board ALIAS SUMMONS In the District Court of the Fourth Judicial District of the State of Mon- tana. in and for the Cottnty of Lake . Joe Westfall. plaintiff vs. Vida B. Rogers and Walter S. Rogers, husband and wife; Ada L. Smith. single woman: Mable C. Flanigan and Frank Flanigari, her husband; Emogeall E. Bean and Sidney A. Bean, her hat- band; John W. Laiert and Hester Lambert, his wifei Jennie P. Carr end John E. Carr, her husband; Hezekiab H. Lambert and Letha B. Lambert, lns wife; Florence M. Jepson and C. R. Jepson, her husband; Luella I. Trams& and Clause N. Franen, her husband; Manllla P. Clopton and Waldo It. CloP- ton, her husband; Edward L. Lambert, and HatherYn Lambert, his wife; Jame L. Larnbert and Lillian Lambert. hie wife; Martha S. Lambert. a widow: \and all other persons unknown defining dr who may claim some right, title, es- tate, or interest In, or lien or encum- brauce upon the real property describe!, in the complaint, or any part thereat, adverse to plaintiff's Ownership, or any cloud upon plaintiff's title thereto, whether such claim or possible claim be Present or contingent including any possible claim of dower, inchoate or accrued. defendants. THE STATE OF MONTANA SENDS GEETINGS TO THE ABOVE DE- FENDANTS: You are hereby summoned to answer 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 at- torney within 20 days. exclusive of tbe day of service; and in cue of failure to appear or answer, _hid will be taken against you by default the relief demanded in the dun This action has been brOoadd Purpose of quletlng title in the name of the plaintiff, in and to the following described lands and premses in the City of Poison, Lake county, Montana to-wit: Lots Seven (7) and Eight (8) in Block Five (5) of the Lake Shore Ad- dition to Poison, Lake County, Mon- tana, according to the Official Fjat thereof on file and of record in the of- fice of the County Clerk and Recorder in and for said County of Lake. WITNESS my hand and the seal of this court this 7th day of April, 1937. JAMES HARBMT, Clerk of the District Court. P. N. Hammen_ Poison, Montana, Attorney for Plaintiff. (Pub. Apr. 8. 15, 22, 29, 1937) NOTICE OF PRORATE 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 James C. Phllllps, deceased. Pursuant to an order of said Court made on the 6th day of April. 1937, notice is hereby given that Monday, the 26th day of April, 1937, at 10:00 o'clock A. M.. of said day, at the Court Room of said Court, at the Court House In the County of Lake. haa been ap- pointed as the time and place for prov- ing the will of James C. Phillips. de- ceased, and for hearing the application of Edna Pox Phillips for the issuance to her of Letters 'Testamentary when and where any person interested may appear and contest the same Dated April 6th. 1937. (Seal) JAMES HARBERT. Clerk. Thomas N. Marlowe, Missoula. Mont., Attorney for Petitioner. (Pub. Apr. 8, 15, 22, 1937) CHANGES TO 01L - PLATING In. spite of everything, it paid him to take ads seriously, you see, eke he might never have tried Oil -Plating. First of all hews, impressed by the explanation of Oil -Plating. Simple enough, if' you'll think what happens as Johnny's dirty little hands touch the wallpaper. Any- thing greasy or oily on his hands becomes quite a per- manent part of the paper. You'll say permanent! In much the same way -forgetting technicalities - Conoco Germ Processed oil forms a lasting attach- ment for every working part of your engine. A gen- uine, enduring Oil-Plating is brought about by the Germ Process -patented. Thus the Germ Process not only multiplies the strength of the usual flowing type of oil -film, but creates Oil -Plating besides. And once Oil -Plating goes on, Conoco Germ Processed oil does not let it come off in minutes. hours, days. . or miles. Thus Oil -Plating kills the old fear of starting \dry.\ Like- wise Oil -Plating refuses to let go in all the fury of 5,000 revolutions per minute. That's why your \good old car\ or the latest model will stay more like new, with its engine Oil- Plated. And your whole Summer's driving will take less Conoco Germ Processed oil. Continental Oil Company GERM PROCESSFID OIL -ttow Much -ELECTRICITY teat t v It nd ee .- -rTontoq.1014% ) T You can't even guess But our \Load Dispatcher\ - must be prepared! YOu would naturally be puzzled how to answer, were somebody to ask you suddenly how much electricity you would need tomorrow. They might as well ask you how much water you would use tomorrow. You r answer would be the same in both cases: \As much as I need.\ Which is all right, frcim your standpoint, but hardly definite enough to the managers of water or electric light systems. For they must be ready to anticipate your requirements. How do they do it? Records of daily use, kept over a period of years, indicate what average requirements are likely to be. But, of course, - there are always variations or emergencies. Think of the added electricity used on a \dark\ day! So that is where I, the \load dispatcher\ as I am called, come in. I must always be on the job -ready at an instant's notice. From my seat in a gallery, I control, by the' pressure of my finger on a button, giant turbines with the power of hundreds of thou- sands of horses. The turn of a switch brings one or more of these vast spinning ma- chines to instant activity. I am connected by telephone with other load dispatchers. Close at hand are complete weather bureau instruments, and meters which indicate the flow of electricity to the areas I control. Mine is a heavy responsibility. There must be no mistakes. I must give adequate service wherever possible. IIPM Mal5 L z 4 The Montana Power Company Polson, Montana Serving 155 Montana Cities and Towns