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Attention Producers!
Small individual store co-operation
a thing of the past.
The Montana Stores Co., a Cor
poration, is co-operating on a plan
where the power of co-operation will
be of mutual benefit to the communi
ty and state. Anyone interested in
co-operation should acquaint them
selves with the principles and work
ing plan of the Montana Stores Co.,
now operating in Sheridan County,
Montana.
All inquiries and dates for explana
tion on these principles will be cheer
fully attended to by
Gus W. Vahl
Promoter
Whitetail, - Mont.
COOL DRINKS FOR
Walk in and sit down
We will treat you right
THE VALLEY
Kelly & Goodman, Proprietors
Robt. R. Kahle
OUTLOOK
Sells the Champion Cream Saver
Threshers' Supplies I
Belting
Tank Pumps
Cup Greases
Hose and Guaranteed Pullmore Belting
WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF SUPPLIES
FOR THE THRESHER AND FARMER
Rob't. R. Kahie
Dealer in Hardware and Furniture
OUTLOOK : -MONTANA
:1 .
IF WE FAIL THE
WORLD IS LOST
American Soldiers Can Crush the
Hun Only If Equipped by
American Dollars.
DUTY OF ALL IS CLEAR
War More Than Armi.s-To Provide
Food, Clothing, Weapons and Hun.
dreds of Other Things is Oppor.
tunity of Those Who Do Not
Offer Lives-Buy Bondsl
America is the Atlas on which the
world is resting. Not only must Amer
ican soldiers fight and win the war
for democracy, but American dollars
must equip and maintain American
armies and, in addition, they must
-maintain the armies of the Allies.
Never has so colossal a task fallen
to the lot of any nation; never before
in the history of the world has any
nation been in a position to accom
plish such a task. America can do
ill that she is expected to do, but
she can only do it if every citizen of
this greatest republic does his full
share.
The war in Europe is more than
the splendid army of young American
gpanhood fighting under our banners
in Flanders; it is a matter of food,
Shelter, clothing, munitions, weapons,
"oads, engines, cars, ships, hospitals,
medicines, of hundreds of other im
portant things that take labor and
/iL
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6. Ii
! " 1f/4' /"loll iirrS;
h(I fm
hell oui~.whoewers for me.i
money to produce. To provide these
things is the opportunity and duty of
those who do not offer their lives.
Winning this war is a matter of
money. When you buy a Liberty
Bond it means money for the United
States treasury. During the coming
rear, this nation must raise $24,000,
100,000. About $16,000,000,000 of this
must be raised by loans and $8,000,
)00,000 by taxation. If we do not raise
:his money, the United States treas
ary will have failed. When the
iUnited States treasury fails, the war
is lost. If the war is lost, democracy
is lost-the world is lost.
Thus we get some idea of what
each individual must do. He must
save, do without luxuries, he must get
along pith what he has rather than
)uy things that are not absolutely nec
?ssary. He must do those things only
which are of productive value. He
must simplify and cheapen his diet.
In short, he must in every possible
way use for his own comfort as little
,f' the nation's labor, time, and effi
diency as possible. He must save
avery cent of money possible and loan
.t to the Government. In this way
,nly can a citizen live up to his patri
,tic duty and do his part towards win
aing and ending the war.
WHAT HAS BEEN DONE
First Liberty Loan
Amount subscribed by country ......... ............. $3,035,226,850
Amount subscribed by Ninth District .................... 75,926,250
Number of subscribers in country............................ 4,500,000
Number of subscribers in Ninth District.................... Not recorded
Second Liberty Loan
Amount subscribed by country ....... ...............$4,617,532,300
Amount subscribed by Ninth District ..................... 132,942,350
Number of subscribers in country ........................ 9,500.00
Number of subscribers in Ninth District .................. 800,000
Third Liberty Loan
Amount subscribed by country ..........................$4,170,019,650
Amount subscribed by Ninth District .................... 180,920,450
Number of subscribers in country....................... 17,000,000
Number of subscribers in Ninth District.................. 1,221,504
WHAT MUST BE DONE
Probable amount asked from country ............ ..........$6,000,000,000
Probable amount asked from Ninth District ................. 200,000,000
Probable number of subscribers in Ninth Ditrt.. .... ......... 1,500,000
The people at the states of Montana, North Dakota. South Dkota, Minu.,
id.t, Wisconsin and Michigan have develoied patrkitic co-operation faster
than the rest of the country. Will they continue and better their iwld
pshwg Gutroa the PFarth Lberty Lean Cemgeniat They wsa
VITAL STATISTICS
Te0r country is am5ee D
-erep war.
Tour distrit rmaks frst in di ag
es fall share.
Tlid Librt Lou records show "
you i, 04 promptly s.l .. "
~ er, oversubcmribed your quota.
The Fourth Liberty Loes has
- boom a3ouneed -
Subseriptious must be made be- "
w tweem the dates of Septrmber ,8th
- and October 3rd. .
Interest and terms will be liberal, "
* but they don't matter. "
SThe amount will probably be'
" double that asked for in the Third
Your allotment will be higher
* than ever before.
SYour Government isn't worrying
about you because your patriotis
Shas been proved--you live in the o
" Patriotic Ninth. It is up to you to "
* see that this confidence Is not mis
" placed.
" You must t n fal to do your full `
Sshare.
. If you Individuals fail, your Gov
Sermnent will fall.
SIf your Government falls, the Al-'
e lies will fail.
* If the Allies fal--lfreedom. Jus- '
Stice. brotherly love, the spiritual
' ideals that make life worth while
" will faiL
' None of these can fall.
SYou mnd a million and a half '
Smore like you, in the Ninth Dis
' trict, will buy Liberty Bonds on
" September 28th, 1918.
To loan your full shMre, you will '
Ssaerlce luxuries and comforts.
* You will work and save and when
* it is all over you will have proved
* your loyalty and increased both "
* your spiritual iad your material'
* possesslons.
* When you think 7yo are asked '
* to do a good deal, Just stop and
" think of them over there.
* * " " * * * ** *
AGAIN IN CHARGE.
Many people insist that the Ninth
District is the best organized of any
group of states. Results seem to prove
it. The active workers in the Third
Liberty Loan campaign numbered over
thirty thousand out of a little more
than 5 million people.
The men responsible to Washington,
the officers of the Northwest's finan
cial army, are not taking the credit.
They only directed this great terri
tory's patriotic energies.
There have to be officers, however,
and everyone should know who they
are. The men and women who led to
victory in the Third Loan will be in
charge during the Fourth campaign,
September 28th to October 3rd.
Isn't It Great?
The Northwest's crops are satisfac
tory. The money returns from them
will be big. The Ninth District will
do its full share towards feeding the
armies of freedom and then will turn
around and loan the Government its
full share of dollars to make the
Fourth Liberty Loan a great success.
Surely this is a fine part of a wonder
ful country in which to live.
CALL THE ICE MAN
You will need him this weather
and he will come on the jump be
cause he knows that you need his
ice.
Just a little ice at very small cost
will save a whole lot of expense in
preserving perishable goods.
Everybody wants the ICE MAN
now. Call him yourself, today.
AGENT for CONTINENTAL OIL CO., for Pure
Missouri River Ice, Office phone No 3. Service at
all hours. Light and heavy draying, phone 141,
JACK'S TRANSFER LINE . woo ,
MS " . p p."
ining Supplies
Buy your blasting powder now, the
demand will cause a shortage. Our
supply is going to be very short. .
ZEIDLER HARDWARE
PLENTYWOOD, MONTANA
Save the Middle
Man's Profit
SELL YOUR CREAM DIRECT
to us. We will sell our products
to the consumer. We can ship
th4 finished product cheaper
than you can the raw material.
Cash prwompt payments.
Come in and see us.
PLENTY WOOD CREAMERY CO.
Plentywood, Montana
You'll find more tobacco sat"
isfaction in the cond'nsed
Real Gravely Chewing PlAg
than in a thick piece f ordi
nary tobacco.
Peyto.2 Bra
Real C:adv
Chewing Plug
lOc a pouch-and worth i
no more to hew than or"1TR
P. EL Gravely Tobacco
Danville, Virgii -
PATRONIZE OUR ADVERT1

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