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Interesting Items from Our Ebhangas and Staff Writers FLAXVILLE J. W. Pierce of Seips has been spending a few days in town. C. G. Christensen of Plentywood was a business visitor here Wednes dLev. Muirden of Scobey was a pleasant caller at this office the first of the week while en route to White tail. A soaking rain is falling today and threshing will be retarded for a few days but the ground is it fine shape for fall plowing. Sid Bennett of Scobey is visiting friends here Tuesday. Sheldon Kiston and wife were in from their farm last week on a shop ping tour. Sheldon was married re cently and still-wears the happy smile that won't come off. Gus Holm left for Great Falls the first of the week and will look over some positions he has been offered with a view of locating there for the winter. Mrs. M. Gile left for Sheridan, Wyo., last Saturday, where she will make her future home. She will be joined by her husband who is to re main here until the first week in No vember, where he will leave for Sheri dan to be engaged as manager of a leading garage. A hunting party consisting of Roy Dunn, Frank Pooler, L. J. Sorby and Prince Estes returned from the Dooley precinct last Saturday. They succeed ed in bagging over a hundred ducks and generously distributed them to their friends and neighbors. There would no doubt have been a hundred more but for the fact, as Frank Pooler says, he has not hunted for the past 14 years and using one of those "new fangled -auto-load-and-shoot guns" he pulled the safety every time he ought to have pulled the trigger. As it was, he says he had oceans of fun-so did the boys who watched him. FROID A. A. Major and family of Plenty wood visited at the J. O. Dahl home this week. Fraed Purves, who has spent the summer in the State of Washington, is here this week for a visit with his mother, R. E. Purves. T. L. Purves of Willison is spend ing a few days here this week look ing after the inteerst of his farming operations on the Reservation. Ms. J O. Dahl and other members of the family, Mrs. L. A. Brown and Melvip Rhoda spent Tuesday and Wednesday at Williston doing some shopping. Ed. Torkelosn returned the latter part of last week from Hampden, N. D., where he was called to attend the funeral of his brother-in-law, Mr. J. W. Bordsen. Logan Walker left yesterday for St. Louis, Mo., with two car loads of horses. We understand one car be longed to Pat MeLaughin and the other to Mr. Walker. R. G. Mahugh and family, of Nashua, Mont., who have been visit ing the Shower, Shoemaker and O. C. Mahugh families over Sunday, left Tuesday for Berthold, N. D., to spend a week or so with his parents. Rev. G. M. Krach and family are spending this week at Vida, River side, Nina, and other stations west on the main line, where Pastor Krach is conlucting services. Herbert Hardie cleaned up his per sonay property at auction at the Dell Jackson farm Wednesday afternoon, and within a short time will leave for Gardner, Wash. Henry Svendsen has taken over the soft drink business recently pur chased from J. C. Stuller. As soon as Mr. Stuller winds up his busiqess affairs himsef and wife will leavercr other parts of the state. John Brudie of Seohey is the new local agent for the Westland Oil Co., who will have charge of the com pany's affairs here from now on. His oeice is located in the building one door west of the Froid Auto & Oil Co. A nunber of the Froid High School and some of the grade pupils formed a party and gave Mrs. E. A. Early a pleasant surprise at her home Tues day afternoon, remaining until early evening during which time dainty re freshments were served by the self invitd guests. All those present are old acquaintances of Mrs. Early's who took this way of paying hdr a farewell visit before h:: len\es for her new home farther west. Irene and Leonard Ilag'gen, who have spent the summer here with their aunt, Mrs. J. O. Dahl. left to day for their home at McVille, N. D. Tley were accompanied by Melvin Rhcda, who expects to obtain employ ment at that place. Special Agept Clausen of the U. S. Department of Commerce and La.or, *wa- here yesterday on businev con nected with Federal Income Tax in which some slight errors were made by some who sent in, such reports. In spite of the heavy rain of Wed nesday night and most of Thursday forenoon the Emil Hansen auction sale came off as advertised. The rain prevented threshing and the ground was too wet for plowing, so every body went to the auction. Mr. Han sen appeas well satisfied with the re slts of t sale. The bhe rain of Wednesday night and Thursday has put a damper on Uarshin'for a few days hut has p t te ground in the finest posible -arep for fall ploynag. Farmers are a..ing good over the splendid rains, nid are putting forth every effort to wind up their plowine before the cold weather syt in. While the farmers e anxious to continue threshing, evp are also glad of the rain and are net umalnn idle on this account. WESTBY O.Iress and H. R. Olson of were in the city Wednesday has rented the R. and will soon move in. n and Mrs. Ed.I :l. e r1 S even) BIG FARM - CHATTEL' / IB The undersigned will sell the following personal property at public auction at the Geo. Rowley farm, I mile East and 5 miles North of Plentywood Thur sda , ctober 7 Sale Starts at 10 o'Clock :: Free Lunch at Noon Horses Farm Machinery 1 gray horse, 12 years old, weight 1600 2 McCormick Binders, good uas new 1 gray mare, 9 years old, weight 1400 . _2 3% wide tired wagons and tanks 2 Hay Racks 1 gray mare, 8 years old, weight 1400 1 3% steel wheel truck wagon 3 Disc Harrows I black colt, 21/ years old, weight 1200 1 new E. B. Drill, 20 disc 1 Wood Drag 2 Set Farm Harnese 1 fDeing 12foot lay Rake 1 Bob Sleigh I 6foot Deering Mower 2 Fanning Mills 3 Engine Binder Hitches I Cutter 1 Cattle- 114-inch Walking Plow 1 1horse Cultivator Smilch cows, 6 yars old, coming fre January No. 2 Star 70 Sack Feed Mill Ta Heater 3rd, giving 8 quarts of milk now 1000 Bushels 1 800gound Scale 1 Steel Stock Tank 1 Milch cow, yea old, coming fresh January 4, Silver Mine Oats 1 Land Roller .A lot of Steel oil and water barre 1921, giving 10 quarts milk now. 1 2 rs-power s Rack sd i milch cow, 4 yr. old, coming fresh Dec. 14, 1920 1 milch cow, 4 yr. old, fresh September 24, 1920 All House Furniture 1 20.40 Cat Tractor, l a rs new 1 Holstein Bull, 1 yrs. old I 6bottom Joh Dre Engine Plows I spring heifer calf Other Articles too numerous to mention 1 34ottm Self Lift John Deere Engine Plow TERMS sus under $20.00 Cash; over that mount 5 pr cent diountforcsh or time tiNovembr t, 1921, on ved Bank P pt the W _ TERMS. oats which will be cash. ,th G. 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