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FE I ! 3t\ I Dam Fanness tal F re a a Company For Pariculars, Call or Write to KARL SNEEN, Agent OUTLOOK, MON ANA CASPER & GERRICK General Blackasithing an4 Repairing ,Horse-shoeinrg a specialty. Give us a triaL Outlook - - - Montana Plentywood Bakeryt Groceries, Butter, Eggs, Cream, Ice Cream: and Cold Drinks LIGHT LUNCHES SERVED ALL DAY ED WEISS, Proprietor Practical Plumbing in allite branches is our spedial work. Having a thorough know ledge of the modern practice of Plumbing we are familiar with the scientific and up-to-date principles of the trade. We employ none but experienced help and use only the C Lvery best materials. Our work is careful and thorough and we do it * promptly. We give thoroughly good - work at very moderate prices. Alfred Garneau Plentywood, - - - Montana' EQUITY Hail, Fire and Automobile INSURANCE Save Your Insurance for the Equity. It is Fwners Cooperative Insurance. Patronize your own Institutions. t Best and Cheapest. PM' ~ ~ -- -~::·~ 44, we ' Tý Sr nd, was a b ,.z . be .. call he iead'" ' Editor Butry t, of J ope, was in PlentyTo~ d 6d adb.dy. .If youa da't dWihPabst ess days mert winter, ordet yor eoal now. . Jess Taage and sister Mary, of near Outloo,, were Plentywood vis itors Tuesday. J. E. Sandy and Grover Scollard, of Outlook, were Plentywood. visitors Wednesday. -Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Lund, farmers near Outlook, were Plentywood vis itors Monday. * . * Miss Marcells, of *LaCrosse, Wis., arrived here last week for a visit with her aunt. Charles Lundeen, farmer who lives north of Outlook, was a Plentywood visitor Thursday. S** Banker A. Rueber and Georg Smith, of Outlook, were Plentywood visitors Wednesday. $ * * Beryl Pierce left on Thursday morning for Minneapolis, where he will again attend school. The court house bunch were out helping the farmners garner their grain on Labor Day-Monday. The Misses Myrtle and Mildred Christensen have been visiting at Culbertson the fore part of this week. Oliver Slette, son of K. 0. Slette, the postmaster at Culbertson, was a visitor in Plentywood Tuesday. Joe Kavon's threshing rig has been humming away, shelling out the wheat, on the C. S. Nelson homestead. Miss Marion Weich, of Red Wing, Minn., arrived here last Saturday. She is one of the Plentywood High School teachers. * * * John Anderson, of Froid, the farm ers' candidate and nominee for coun ty commissioner, was a Plentywood visitor Wednesday. The dance given in honor of: the klrafted men at the Orpheum Wed pesday night was largely attended and greatly enjoyed. Mrs. Hoster, Miss Ollie Svovoda, Ray Cox and Harry Yeader accom panied County Auditor J. F. Red mond to Culbertson Sunday. Editor J. P. Weist, of the Tolf Point Herald, T. Dilo Hart and J. Klukhaum, of Wolf Point, were Plentywood visitors Wednesday. Mrs. Frank Koester and daughters, Misses Cecilia and Edna, and Miss Vivian Roseau, of Outlook, were Plentywood visitors Monday evening. * * The Misses Veva Goodman and Catherine Marron expect to leave for St. Paul, Mini., next Tuesday where they will attend an Academy this winter. Oscar Lindhe, progressive Outlook farmer, and P. E. Lundquist, ,mana ger of the Farmers Elevator Co. of Outlook, were Plentywood visitors Monday. Claude Carson, the linotype oper ator who was employed at the Pio neer Press office, left on Thursday noon for Sault Lake City, Utah, where he has employment. Emil Gemout, of Culbertson, was in the city Wednesday. He said he was going to leave from Culbertson Thursday morning "or Seattle, Wash., where he expects to join the U. S. navy. County , raurer Rex M Movius few weeks #Iit. Mrs. Movtif wil remain in that city until she is fully recovered from her recent operation for appendicitis. Mrs. C. E. Westplhal, mother of the Westphal brothers who live northeast of Outlook, left on last Friday for Port Clinton, Ohio, where shea was called'to the bedside of her - John, fireman on the Now York Central lines, who is dangerously -t_ from overa..an. y 5= _ fi ll l Po~mter lef4q~ ht d. 'i of Oiueek, w.ere ,PlentwO w'ist Wednesdiay. SS S" Gas W. Vahl1 aid erc ant W. Korth, o1 Outlook, wrte PI etM ood visitors I kondv.. Editor Heir; df the Bainville Tri bimne, was in Pientywood on Wednes day of this week. Miss Bertha Harris left on Thurs day. morning for Medicine Lake 'for a visit with friends. * * * G. C. Bantz, of Outlook, was in Plentywood, attending to business matters last Saturday. Joe Dolin and family ioved" into the Redinour residence, next to the school house, this week. * * w s "Bill" Rogers, who is located at Froid, was calling on his friends in Plentywood Wednesday. C. H. Nau and Fred Roderick, of Outlook, were visitors in Plentywood on Monday of this week. O. A. Boe, the Outlook electric light plant owner, was a Plentywood business ,visitor last Saturday. Editor Jerome, of the Standard, at Poplar, was a Plentywood visitor Wednesday, attending the Republi can-Democrat caucus. Editor Chas. Taylor, of the Pro ducers News, and Fred Umbreit, mot ored to Outlook Wednesday after noon and returned Thursday. J. H. Coffe, hardware merchant, and J. L Leonard, proprietor of the Meat Market of Wolf Point, were Plentywod visitors Wednesday and Thursday. A bouncing baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lee Jolly, of Plenty wood, on Thursday, September 5th. Mother and child are getting along nicely. John Deere Tractor Plows for Every Size Tractor No mattr~ what is the si. of your tractor, loa fitting; simple, dependable ao we can furnish a John Deere Tractor Plow lift that raises the bottoms high and le that will work with it to best advantage. without the use of chains or spr.c. We offer you the choice of two, three beams that are guaranteed not to bendo and fur bottom sizes, break; hitch that adapts them for use with any of tractor, easy control by tractor operator. plows differ only in size. They The No. 5 Plow can be quickly adapted for all have these advantages: Genuine John ferent soil conditions by converting it from a tl Deere bottoms, known everywhere for their bottom to a two-bottom plow and vice versa. better scou g, ri.n and These plows offer you the better and longer Qgs; ck tble sham tha that Joh Deer plows have an established rto qualites; Quick. Detachabae sares to y ston for giving. For the Smaller Two-Plow Tractors You can u your Now Deere Gng tha"RgI wor b- ind £ all tractor that it do boha homes. Easy to ut on or ake off M Ask to sow you tle mP a achmint. " "b4 5- r.i bitter than its * ut f~r il t eo Jo r DE Tractor Plowss. Co. S.-. . , , V~~t·:'t e~ Acader S,.hool F~r 4r J rBrt Academy hais Hall B} o a disa School For Boys COi e fetih School Department, Comoe.j isiY in t '~... P te-o, t y Detpartm ent, Music and Art For Particulars a8 Ia rmation Arply to the Directra 1 . .- ·. -..- ia · ., . - F orma & Kaiser Meat Market Groceries Plentywood, Montana Atention Farmers! .WE PAY THE HIGHEST PRICES FOR BEEF, VEAL, MUTTON, PORK, POULTRY, EGGS AND BUTTER. BRING YOUR PRODUCTS TO US--WE WANT YOUR TRADE AND WILL SHOW YOU THAT WE APPRECIATE IT. Let Us Figure ON YOUR SUPPLIES, GROCERIES AND MEATS FOR HARVEST AND THRESHING. Special Discounts on Large Orden