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j· · :::CI '1C ~ ;: .L -~Jr "~ ~7 c t~ql B v i "; F· c ~fr··; 1L ·;· ~··:- *, ·, `z i;s~~·: -- ·b. ~ fleas visitgr in ph i ae P* A+ l S "+ R. W. Dickey, of D.le'ti, w*i + county seat visitor Tue-day of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Nickion,' of .autlook, were county seat visitors (Tuesday. s * " Arthur McLain and Ole Aspelund, of Dooley, were county seat visitors 'uesday. Arthur McLain and Ole Aspelund, of Dooley, were county seat visitors Tuesday. Joseph Murr and Owen Logan, who -live near Flaxville, were Pientywood visitors last Thursday. While in town both gentlemen subscribed for The Producers News. J. J. GUNTHER ATTORNEY-AT- LAW General Law Practice , PLENTYWOOD. MONTANA * Fourth Liberty Loan Sept. 28t C..E. CORBEIT BARBER SHOP AND BILLIARD HALL Farmera are Always Welcome. Outlook, - - Montana The City Cafe EAT WELL, FEEL WELL, DO WELL It all depends on what eats you buy, where you buy your eats, and what you pay for your eats. If you buy good eats you eat well. If you eat well, you feel well. If you feel well you do well. Most peopleetll atthe CITY CAFE. Why not you? CHOP SUEY, Evenings after 8 p'clock Let's Eat at the ELGIN CAFE ~ THE CAFE THAT GIVES WE MAKE A TY OF PRIVAB N 4, _',2' r ,,4 _ , . ta,. . . . . . . .; :- . _. ,·~r · i~~" Mr. and Mw. Selmear Joa , who tyood ri this week. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Sandberg, who live northwest of Outlook, were Plentywood business visitors last isitohursday. Martin Knutson, Ben Benson and. smer Nickersont , Outlook an Prmers were county seat visitors on Tuesday of this week. Insurance on Tractors . I amn now in position to insure steam and gasoline tractors from loss by breakage, explosions, etc., tn one of the largest and safest Coin pan$ri in tle United States. Rates are reasonable. ,All kinds of insurance written here. L S. OLSON P1entywood,.Montana SAcher, was a t o the county capitol . Editor Joe Hoking John Mc intry of Glasgow, arrived. in Plaety wood Thursday. on business. matters. ;F. A. Mills, superintendent of schools at Ho ,estead was in town Wednesday, a t . to,:business m.atters. William Hass, one of 4he s Brothers, well known bonanza Out look farmers, was at the eopnmty -ap itol Thursday. Carl Hansen, Dagmar farmer, was in town Thursday, shbakn bands with his friends and attending to business matters. Mrs. J. C. Gronvold has been ill the past two weeks with the influenza, and Mr. Gronvold is batig and farming at the same time. Christian Lee, farmer who lives northeast of Antelope, was a county seat visitor Friday. While here- Mr. Lee paid The Producers News o$fce a visit. Victor Frawley and John L. Burns, both employes on The Producers News, have been on the sick list since last week, leaving a small force to get out this number. Miss Mabel V. Thayer, of Julian, was a county seat visitor Tuesday. Miss Thayer is the Nonpartsan can adidate on the National ticket for county superintendent of schools. • s " s ; E. B. Robinson, road maste oh the branch o( the Great Northern rail road, and who resides at Bainville, was in Plentywood on busiism in connection with his duties the early part of the week. The 'By Heck" dance given y the Plentywood Girls last aturdayv night was the social event of the sea son vthere being the largest number of people ever gathered etoget~e for such an occasion. W. A. Morey and family .oved, frqm the farm into the city f8 . the winter in order that the chidren may have school "facilities. They will oc coupy the MeLaughlin red dez4 on the south side. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kovdey and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Sneen, of Out look, were county seat visitors Tues day. Mrs. Hovdey received word re cently that her brother, Arthur June, arrived safely in France ands i s 'a corporal in the infantry. Fred Umbreit, who has been tend ring the separator of the Clair Stoner threshing rig during the past few weeks, returned here Thursday. Mr. Stoner has completed threshing for this season. The Tanner & Best store are en joying a splendid trade this.week. It is i noticeable thing that tlh huge part of the trade tomes from the ter ritory where the circulation bt the t'roducers News is practically 100 per cent and where no other county papers cirplate, t ýay extent. It has now cmbe toniti that when publicity is the thii sought for, the columns of the Prioacers News gets the greatest consideration. Close Contracts With Worlds Farmers (htaed h o P4a4 One)h oprapnte ls ` sif s.e 4ractip -I . r+. . * 1"O.hs...i++S~~, -i. -, +-.++ w. ' ..' . . etsary 4" a M L.1 A s r `o>ra wleiF and a you have a millions . 4y~r fc to farm with out thor i n MiAs asked Mr. Camplbel how it tl to rhave on te of the worlds greatt fin ancienrs spring a tht like that an you. a n yr fa "Well, I'll admit I felt pretty darn good as I walked out of that door said Mr. Campbell, and that is ajst one other reason why I want to make good." Mr. Campbell spoke at length of the interest and, cooperation given his company by Iajor Moasman and Mr. Beise)cer. "There is a real worker and -a man with a good clean active mind said Mr. Campbell speaking of Major Mossman. He would be a big man wherever he went and I _hope he is appreciated-here." Mr. Campbell said that Mr. Beisek er was in a way responsible more than any other man with the excep tion of Major Mossman, for his com pany coming here. "In fact, said Mr. Campbell, f Mr. Beiseker had not agreed to take hold and direct the work for us and'there was not a man like Mosasan a the ground, I don't believe we weold be here." Mr. Campbell has spent the sum mer on the Crow reservation where his company are -farming 25,000 acres. On. August 28ththey broke the world's plowing record. Three hund red and ninety-two acres were ploweI in one day from daylight to dark ness. One thousand and thirty gal lons of gasoline were used by 16 en gines pulling 140 plow bottoms. Up to that time the world's plowing re cord Was 258 acres 8 in a single day. The test was checked by a repre sentative of the County mGentlman A peifect score was recorded, not a stop being made during the ebtire day for repairs or qds tments. The Hearst-1~athe Ne e toook pictares ofthe test and theyi will be shown later at the Gladeir Theatre. Mr. Campbell returned to the Crow reservation Sunday night bat expects to come back here early next month. GIRLS' DANCE WAS " GRAND AFFAIR The "By. Heck" dance given by the .Plentywood Girls at the Community Hall here last Saturday night was attended by the largest number of people ever gathered together for a social functiom of its nature. The music was extraordinarily pleasing, being of a unique character and con sisting of four pieces. As a whole, the event, was successful. The hall was decorated nicely and couples entering were required to pass along a corridor and up inito the bslcony, from where they had to slide down a toboggan into a small stack of new mown hay, before they could get on to the ball room floor to shake their feet. -People from all parts of the county enjoyed themselves at this dance and there was no end to the fun from the opening early in the evening until the close early Sunday morning. The Plentywood Girls iebirved many compliments for their splendid achievements in putting over ,uce a. good entertainment, and the vialtors declared they would come q~ia.ii ea they learned of anothere suc joly event. EDDIE ROBIINSO SEoN dter, 0ob , ?.etly, mau& 4r speSrN dtys, armved in -e f'iay for Mearm wa i i t al arutrv yet, itahe o'pzs 1hae t Os - ,1t - * E'$r . "i:ý 'te t<ý # I ~a is tak place in one " t rerma from -um b a Thef isb ailed Yea, -i . - a over .ri the -ta 0 lb .. the prest @t to be mded publie by then. Te rmin g is partsg place in one sf the large c.rot rooms 9f the Sen ate order bnLbr. Theltiveyas an in The Preasnt, wit h Mrs. Wilsopen iced the baucas room just wsbefore rsoner and join ped a tio than in the Vice Presiden for the aker ssifClark, iosn system crwhieh dterowell, ies the status of sta regof ant has Admirade the Bardtter rs of Cameras Actimve portant. The President, with Mrs. Wilson, t reached the caucus room just before noon and joined a. grotp' including the Vice President, Speaker Cla, t the chairman of the Senat and House militabeen broughmmittees, Secrets plary Dan els, Acting Secretary Crowell, of the War department, Generalp March, chief of staff of the army, Admiral Benson, chirov of naval operations, and others who were to take Presidert. Battery of Cameras Active All was in readiness for the draw-numr ing, including a battery of cameras, that reached across the room direct ly before the bowl.n his bowl, the one used in the original draft lottery, had been brought from its place at nde, was adjustedll, Philadelphia for the occasion. bowL Before making his explanatory statement, Provost Marshal General Crowder whispered to the President that in his case theo watblichndfold, always woThen by those drawing numbers follow:s said he thought it would be better to ma322,e no7277, 70excetion8, 1027,in his case, so the blindfold, made from a slip of cloth that covered a chair used in the sign ing of the Declaration of Independ ence, was adjsted as88 the President approached the bowl. The crowd applauded as No. 322 was announced .ad the President re turned to his seat to watch the re mainder of thelopening ceremony. Th2 first 100 numbers follow: Number 1 to 9 18322, 7277, 6788, 1027, 16169, 8366, 321266, 10762, 713235, 79. Number 40 to 19. 2781, 80978, 614998, 8726, 7048, 904, 12868, 1521060, 8875812, 660219. Numbers 2 to 59. 3748, 6840, 3889, 1240, 16846, 1907, 12520491, 1426598, 5914041, 8. Numbers *6 to 69. 1379642, 208687, 2897, 12884, 4128, 10561, 2132, 10762, 3235, 739. Namrber 40 to 49. 16674, 6809, 48,9022, 7041961, 4886, 186009, 12,91060, 1848, 14819. Numbers 8 to 89. Numbers 80 to 89. Formnn a& Kaiser at Mairket Groceries fimtywood, MEtana Attention Farmers! WE PAY THE HIGHEST PRICES FOR BEEF, VEAL, MUTTON, PORKB POULTRY, EGGS AND .WTU PRODUCTS TO f US-"-WB WANT YOUR TRADE) AND WILL SHOW YOU THAT WE "` PPU GROCERIES OB HARVEST AND ~~ts Numbers 9}_to 18764, 11464, 13841 :. ' , 11191, 1576,, - May Mean Mucih' Draft officials have that these numbers em ~!ti .to the registrant name rf registrants between 19 % 1 3 old, inclusive, have recei" N naires to date. The n - drawn include all registr to 45 years old, inclusive. Therefore, the number Inig that of a registrant who en received his questi ba 1 will not be called until- , The draft boards must those registrants of 19 to 36 for whom questionnaires prepared and are now bei'g and the numbers will then order to the registrants of tb~ affected. LIGNITE COAL OPERAT~O HOLD A meeting was held in P1, Saturday, September 28 by , nite coal mine operators of county at which time the !4 officer's were elected: G. . chairman; J. A. Trower, mer A meeting was called for - 5 in Plentywood at 8:30 P1u the organization will be An estimate of the daily outn be obtained. All interested vited. ATTY. KILLEM OF FROID TO SERVE UNCLE SAil Attorney Killem, of Frai, business visitor in Plentyw.e Friday. While Mr. Killemen we learned that he had osfe services to his country by in the U. S. Mining Enginam and he expects to be called week. Mrs. Killem will rema Froid. EPIDEMIC CLOSES SCHOOLS IN Plff The local schools were dm.ud this week as a result of S fiuenza which it was fMa . gained headway in the p.n schools will remain cleo adl Monday, according to p-a. AUCTION HOG OCTOBER I5 Here will be the place to gid start in the big type PFdu Khogs, 60 head. Some -i staf with papers furui some grade stuf for plrk and some sows. Sale stLts d p. m. CHAS. GABNER, At Plentywood, Me4 Oct. 4-t2 "The 4th Liberty Loan bis Get Busy."