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(Continued from Page Six) Iverson visited the primary school t room Wednesday. " " I Christ Peterson, who is engaged in helping repair Soo bridges on the 1 main line, arrived Saturday to spend' a few days with his parents. I Frithof Jepsen left Monday to re sume his, medical studies at the Uni- I versity of North Dakota, this being; his third year. Lawrence and Walter Anhalt fin ished their work for Albert May- 4 hew, Tuesday, and left in Barney's Ford for eastern parts where threshn-' ing is more plentiful. John Kolden lnd Roy Stageberg, motored from Hanks to Westby, Sun day, the former returning the latter part of the week after spending a few days with his parents on the farm. C. H. Bentley returned Tuesday ev ening of last week from Helena, where he attended a meeting of Re publicans. While away he took a look at Spokane and visited relations at Great Falls. Miss Violet Schmid and Miss Hel ga oJhnson went to Plentywood, Sat y, uy, to spend Sunday with the John Schmid family. They returned Sunday evening, Mr. Schpid and daughter Ethel bringing thdn home. Rev. and Mrs. I,. H. Kjolle'r enter tained at their home .Wednesday ev ening in Daneville in honor of Einer Romer, who has been visiting here this summer and Johannes Kjoller who expect to leave for school to day. The evening was pleasantly spent at muse and games, and a lunch was served. John Stoen of Minot is in this com munity looking after threshing and work on his farm. Andrew Grina of Ambrose was here the latter part of last week look ing after collections and other busi ness. Thomas Jepsen leaves today for Milwaukee to continue an electrical course in that city. H. C. Reuter, customs officer of this district, left Monday for Great Falls, where he was called as a witness on the Nick Reuter case. Nick was ac quitted. Ole Metvedt returned from the eastern threshing field, Wednesday. having to quit work on account of blood poison in his hand. Miss Pearl- Stageberg and(L Miss Alma Kapaason are spending the week with Mrs. H-. C. Reuter during the absence of Mr. Reuter at Great Falls. News has reached the city of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Miller of Sidney, Mrs. Miller will be remembered as Miss Martha Nelson and sister of Mrs. Walter Ol sen. Tuesday , evening a number of young ladies met with Mrs. A. T. Olesen and organized a sewing so ciety. From now on we may look for our girls to be arrayed in all the tints and styles of Madame Fashion. MEDICINIELAKE ' Frank Ahern and Albert Morin Bi went to the Poplar Fair Wednesday by auto. Gi Mrs. R. E. Smith returned Tuesday from a visit at her old home in Mis- G: souri. Miss Irene Thompson and Miss A Clara Hanson visited friends at An telope, between trains Sunday. G Kenneth Markuson left Thursday M for Minenapolis and will attend the Minnesota State University. G Philip Winter left for N. D. this D week, where he will visit a number of cities before his return. A Mrs. Carl Kilgore of Scobey, and nephew Douglas Pomarleau, visited a at the parental home this week. Mrs. Kenitzer of Kramer, N. D., P visited her brother, Mr. Falk, at the Lake Hotel a few days last week. T Mr. and Mrs. James Sparling and little son Thomas, of Flaxvlle, visit- A ed over Sunday wih Mr. and Mrs. H. Sparling. A Born-To Mr. and Mrs. J. i. Aauk hus, a lovely baby boy on Sunday, T September 19th. They reside north east of Antelope. Miss Marion Connole left here Thursday to ttend the Normal at Dil- Y lon, and will stop at Butte to visit her uncle for a few days. F Mr. M. T. Adams of Kansas City, Mo., who has been here visiting his sister, Mrs. George Charlesworth, left - this week to visit another sister in Wyoming. " N. C. Bench has completed his farming interests for this season andi left Wepnesday for his old home in Lincoln City, Ind., for the winter. His brother Charley left some time Pierre Miller and Mr. Langberg, both of the Bonetraill country, North Dakota, were in town Monday and closed a deal in which Mr. Milleri bought the Langberg farm. The Sunday chool will open for the fall and winter term, September 26th. at 11 o'clock a. m. We would like ail those interested to be present they first day. Miss Alvira Lalanir is back in her eld position in the Lake Hotel. , Born-To Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mor an on Thursday, September 23, a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Falk and sister vis iter their farm on the reservation Sunday. Miss Rosa Eilertsen has accepted a position as cook at the Lake Hospi tal this week. The riany friends of Mrs. Carl Anvick, who is at the Lake Hospital, will be pleased to hear that she is getting along nicely and will soon be home. W. E: Guy of Flaxville, one of the early timers of this city was down here last week to visit his daughter Ruth, who is a teacher in our city school. His old friends had a hearty welcome for him. ANTELOPE Fred Blake and wife were Plenty wood visitors Monday. Scottie Walker of the Union Mine has purchased a Font. County Surveyor Coryell of Plen tywood was in our city Tuesday. Harry Willard of Plentywood was an Antelope caller Wedaeeday. Otto Doe eanof Piatywood was treasaeting bhi$ene he last Satrm day. Fred 'orum and Alfred Oakes were callers here from Plantywood last Saturday. L J. Onstad, Plentywood lawyer, was in Antelope Wednesday. wK. . Sielte of Culbertson spent the opening of the hunting season here with his son Oliver. Peter Fjelstad and family of Stan ley, N. D., are visiting with Mr. Fiel stad's uncles, the Waller brothers here. T. R. Young returned from Home stead Monday, where he has been as sisting his.father for the past week on the farm. Julius Stone and wife ,left for Canada Wednesday morning, where Mr. Stone has a farm. They will be gone about two weeks. Mrs. H. W. Botz and J. C. Madsen, mother and brother of Mrs. N. A. Welle of this -city are here from Sauk Centre, Minnesota, for a visit. Miss Gay S$olberg returned from Adams, N. D., after a two months' visit. Myrtle Donaldson of Plentywood was a caller in our city Tuesday. BAINVILLE w, Mrs. M. Larsen spent a couple of 1t lays the p.st week visiting with Wil- U liston friends; Is A heavy downpour of rain last z, night and this morning has put a c! stop to threshing for a few days. L Miss Francis Beckos visited with V Mondak friends last Friday evening, b returning home the next morning. n The Casey and Arnold auctions held this week were quite well at tended and everything is reported to a have been disposed of at a good fig- b ure. b Jas. Hartnnett fireman on the o Ilichie run, has been taking a layoff 0 for the past ten days or so and has F been sojourning in the Twin Cities a for the pnst several days. o Ed. O'Malley, who has been laid up a for some time as the result of in- d juries received in the recent fire, i. o back again on his run as fireman on e the Scobey freight. Miss Myrtle Bakken, has accepted r a position as clerk in the postoffice dlepartment. Chris Carisch of Culbertson has ac cepted a position as bookkeeper at tihe Bainville Mere. The Misses Trudy Nash and Corma Sweetman of the clerk and recorder's t force at Mondak, spent Sunday with Ilainville friends. Dr. M. J. Egan returned the latter part of last week to his home in Minneapqlis after spending a couple of vweeks looking after his farming, interests near town and visiting with his many Bainville friends. Wm. Larnke returned the first of the week from Williston, where he underwent an operation a couple of weeks ago. He is recovering nicely from the effects of the operation but' it will be some time yet before he [ will be back to his old .elf. A BACHELOR PRAYER Backward, turn backward, oh Time in your flight, Give us a maiden with skirts not so tight. Give us a girl whose charms many or few, Are not so exposed by much peek-a boo Give us a maiden no matter what age Who won't use the street for a vaude ville stage; Give us a girl not so sharply in view, Dress her in skirts that the sun can't shine through. And give us the dances of days gone by With plenty of clothes and steps not so high. Put turkey trot capers and buttermilk glides, The urdy-gurdy twist and wiggletail slides. And other such bunny hogs all on a level. As products of hell inspired by the devil. Then let us feast our tired optics once more On the "Genuine Woman" as sweet as of yore Yes, Time, please turn backward and grant our request For God's richest blessing, but not undresscd. " - hats "SCRATCH UPS" mae selling strong for fall ad winter wear. We show 'em in plain d attractive fancy The CGod Hoe Seres :ir 1 NOTICE OF CONTIES Department of the Interior U. s.. Land O at Glasgow, 6 t. To JOHN H. LO NSBURY of Un known address Contestee: You are hereby notified that WILLIE DOXIE BURKE, who gives Dooley, Montana, as his postofm e ad dress, did on August 6t1, 1920, 'file in d this office his duly corroborated application to contest and secure the cancellation of your homestead Entry Serial No. 085707 madq February 8th, 1916, fo N%, Section 11, Township 6 North, Range 56 Et Montana Meridian, and as grounds for his con test he alleges that said entryman has wholly abandoned said land for mote than a year last past, and has never established a bonafide residence on said land, and never did any cultiva tion on said land and no improvements except a small shack. Said abandon ment has not been caused or is not now due to his employment as set forth under the act of July 28, 1917, nor due to military .service rendered in connection with operations on the Mexican border or along the borders thereof, or in mobilization camps else vwhere, whether such service be in military or naval organizations of the U. S. or the National Guards of the several States; Entry was not a citi zen of the U. S. and not eilgible to be come a citizen, and deserted from the U. S. Army in September, 1918, at Van Couver Barracks and has never been heard from since said time and never returned to his homestead. You are, therefore, furthr notified that the said allegations will be taken as confessed, and your said entry will be canceled without further right to be heard, either before this office or on appeal, if you fail to file in this oflice within twenty days after the FOURTH publication of this notice, as shown below, your answer, under oath, specifically responding to these allegations of contest, together with due proof that you have served a copy of your answer on the said contestant either in person or by registered mail. You should state in your answer the name of the post office to which you idesire future notices to be sent to you. E. C. HARGADINE, Receiver. Date of first publication, Sept. 24, 1920; date of second publication, Oc tober 1, 1920; date of third publica tion, October 8th, 1920; date of fourth publication, October 15th, 1920. I 2-t4 -o NOTICE FOR I'UIIita'ITII)N Department rcf the Interior Department of the Interior U. S. land i)tice at G(lasgow. Mont. NOTICE is hereby given that AGNES TORGERSON, formerly Ag nes Ladwig, of Dooley, Mont., who, on Juno-28, 1916, made Homestead En try No. 040371, for E% NW'1, NE1 SW %, Section 19, Township 37 N., Range 57 E. Montana Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Three Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before E. E. Belanski, U. S. Commissioner at Plen 4ywood, Mont., on October 25, 1920. Claimant names as witnesses: E. S. Strand, Mat Eaten, Ralph King, Guy Harris, all of Comertown, Mont. THOS. R. JONES, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior U. S. Land Office at Glasgow, Mont. August 30, 1920. NOTICE is hereby given that MELVIN TORGERSON, of Dooley, Mont., who, on July 19, 1917, made Homestead Entry No. 050298, for W% NW%, SE2% NW2%, Section 24, Town ship 87 N., Range 66 E. M. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Three Year Proof, to establish elaim to the land above described, before E. E. Belanskle, U. S. Commissioner at Plentyw6od, Mont., on October 25, 1920. Claimant names as witnesses: E. S. Strand, Mat Eaton, Ralph King, Guy Harris, all of Comertown, Mont. THOS. R. JONES, Register. ALIASh SUMIUmsa In the Justice Court of the- Outlook Township, Sheridan County, Montana, before H. C. Nelson, Justice of the Peace. STATE BANK OF OUTLOOK, a cor poration, plaintiff, Versus Is AUGUST H. MEYER, Defendant. THE STATE OF MONTANA TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFEND ANT, GREETINGS: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to appear before me, H. C. Nelson, a m Justice of the Peace in and for the county of Sheridan at my office in Outlook, Montana, on the 8th day of October, A. D. 1920 at the hour of 10 o'clock A. M., of the said day then and there to make answer of the t above named plaintiff, in a certain action to recover the sum of Fifty Dollars, and interest thereon at the rate of 10 per cent per annum from and after the 12th day of August A. D. 1920, and costs of this action, on -a certain promissory note alleged to have been executed and delivered by you to the plaintiff on the said 12th day of August A. D. 1920 and also the sum of thirty-five dollars attor ney's fees. % And if you fail to appear and ans wer as above required, judgment will r be taken against you according to the a complaint. a Given under my hand this 28th da - of August A. D. 1920. H. C. NELSON, Justice of the Peace. C. J. CURE. Outlook, Montana, Attorney for Plaintiff. 22-4t NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior U. S. Land Office at Glasgow, Mont. August 30, 1920. NOTICE is hereby given that EMIL SYVERSON, of Raymond, Mont., who, on July 3, 1917, made Homestead Entry No. 046259, for SE% NE%, Sec. 18, SW% NW%, W'= SW 1-4, Section 17, Township 87 N., Range 55 E. Montana Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Three Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before E. E. Belneaski U. S. Commissioner at Pl.tywood Mont., on October 28, Claimant names as witnesses: Waiter Mack, Leo Heisler, Mixe A.n demon, all of Rnyi. Mont., George Kaap of atr. INEWS LASS1FOED ADVE iISEMENTS I FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-One .two-year-old ram; one four-year-old ram. J. A. MELVILLE, Flaxville, Mont. 24-3t-p WINtER APPLES Special attract ive price on carload lots of Fancy ¥ orthwestern winter apples, assorted varieties loaded in bulk and in bois. We own the or chard and can pase you on QUALI TY, PRICE an ERVICE. Write us at once. Ship ts will start early in October. CONSUMERS SUPPLY CO., 24-tf St. Joseph, Mo. FOR SALE--One John Deere 8-bot tom breaker sad stubble plow. Used two seasons. ED. DAHL, Ante lope, Mont. 24-t2-p FOR SALE-Reg. Duroc Jersey Boars. Reg. Red Polled Bulls and Hifer Calves. Call or write F. R. DECKER, Dooley, Mont. 23-4t ST AYED-From my pasture, one ed heifer about 4 months ago, coming 2 years old, no horns and no brand. $5.00 reward for informa tion of her whereabouts. WM. H. QUITMEYER, Dagmar, Mont. 23-4t-p FOR RENT OR SALE on crop pay ments my farm, 2 miles east of town, 500 acres under cultivation 300 acres tillable, prairie and meadow. Plenty feed, seed and ma chinery inclatding tractor, all new. F. D. MORCK, Antelope, Mont. Sheridan County. 23-t2 TAKEN UP-Young mare taken up on Moe Bros. farm, near Archer, branded on-right shoulder Owner may have same by paying for advertising and pasture. 23-t6 FOI; SALE GH.APer trade for an - thing 'I can use.820 acres. E. H. E. HELGESEN, Plentywood, Mont. Don't have that operation until you have taken a eourse of Chiropractic adjustments. Dr. Pennock, Chio practor, Crosby, N. D. 45-tf. FOR SALE-Two of the finest farms right in the heart of Sheridan Coun ty for sale at a bargain. See AUC TIONEER JENSEN, Antelope, Mont. 14-tf. COOK WANTED-Outlook General Hospital. $60 per month. 16-tf. FOR SALE-960 sere farm, 18 miles * east of Medieine Lake. Will sell In small tracts if desired. Terms to suit purchaser. Would trade for land east of Ptold, Roose,,elr Coon- * ty. Will take cttle' as arr, pay- * ment. For particulta inn ire of * Auctioneer idMrwa 'of roid or Calvin Ricirwla., Mad:.*ino alAe. HANSON TRACTOR & AUTO SCHOOL Fargo, N. D. I Is the most practical school. No books to study. Twenty-fve new, latest type tractors to train on. All auto equip ments. Over thousand students at tended last term. We secure positions i for graduates. Attend school in cli mate you are accustomed to. Write for large folder. JOB PRINTING If you need job printing. Let the Producers News do it. WvANT'ED-Everyone to use space in the Want Column of The Pro. ducers News whenever they hav? anything for sale.,,trade or ex change, help wanted, etc. Tht cost is little, results big Producers News Wants Ads bring results. If you have anything to, sell. rent or have lost or found any article, our Want Column will verwy Township Maps We have for sale, at the Pro dueers News oilce a series of Township maps of evgry township of SHERIDAN AND ROO)SEVEI.T COUNTIES The maps are made by Wm. Jan sea County Surveyor of McKenzie euty, N. D., and each township map shows each and every farm in the township and the name of . the owner of the farm printed on the land indieated by the ..map. The - se mYe prints. Csmldee Atlases of the emtdies ean ke serad f desiredl. Price per Map, 50c The AtM ed $a iupmr alp or $45 MeeldMad. lsery farmer sdld have one. 3. K.'Whegte A. W. Stasldeai Wheeler& Stangeland ATIORNEYS.AT-LAW PLENTYWOOD - . MONT. DENTIST 1 DR. W. P. McDANIEL Medicine Lake, Mont. L. E. WAGNER COUNTY CORONER FUNERAL SUPPLIES Licen.ed EmbmlmertnConnectlon Plentywood, Montana DR. J. C. HUNTER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Special Attention to Chronic, Ner vous and Special Diseases ANTELOPE. MONTANA Parties furnishing conveyance will be given credit for same on bill. CITY DRAY LINE Floyd Sunderhauf Successors to Jack's Transfer Telephone the Depot ONSTAD & GREER LAWYERS Plentywood, Montana LELAND HOTEL L PLENTYWOOD. MONT. New Addition Make your headquarters at the LELAND Dr. G. E. Campbell Physician and Seaeoon Plentweod. Montana HELLAND-STRAND Undertakers & Futneral Di etore Hearve Purnished Plentywood, Mont. * Dr. SELLS * * Physician and Surgeon * OffMee on Main Street 9 " Night Call answered at Residence . DOOLEY... - MONT. * HOWARD M. LEWIS LAWYER NEW FREEDOM STORIES OF AMERICAN RAILROADS HIGH COST OF LIVING The Producers News Still Has on Hand a Number of A Famous Book on Modern Day Politics and a book that has been read all over the world, and The mplt Authentic Book on the Amnerican Railroads Printed in America' todiy-Now when the Railroad question is the vital issue of the'day, every person should read this book and learn the facts and get poetedl-lon't he ni ignor. amus on railroad history! This book should he in every school house. We also have a few volumes of Which book ij the most learned book attainable on the much talk ed about and written about sub lect. How wo'ltd you like to study the subject-learn the reason why prices go up and up. Frederic Howe was Munil recently Immigra tion Commissioner of the Port of New York, appointed by President Wilson, and recognized as one of the greatest economists of this age -READ THIS BOOK. Any nme of these beeks, sold regssu Irldy at $1, while they lasut........... The three books togethr, while they last, tog $2.10 Send Cheek or Menus Order to PRODUCERS tNEWS. Plestywosd, Montana Melidire Lake Now Ready for Pu6ic PaNrmag MRS. NEIL LODAHL, Superintentig Ntse Specializing Maternity Cases. Associated Doctor, Rates: R.manbhle J. C. STORKAN, M. D. Write for particuhus. Hides, Furs and Sheepskins Get FULL VALUE for them by skipnrthal naext let to a LARQM CENTRAL MARKET, and RELIABL.E HOUSE. Get the mtlmm ' "roAt ADDED to your returns by tagging next shipment DIRHC 6 US. We pay express and post charges on fur shipments. Ands re quest hold shipment separate and submit valuation. Small aimat have same careful attention with us as large ones. Very low and frelght rates on all roads into Omaha on RIDES & TrS. FREE GUIDE AND WOOL GROWERS FRIEND. Ship to uas get MORE MONEY & FAIR TREATMENT. Nebraska Hide & Wool Co., Omaha,Neb. The City Care 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 feet well. If you feel well you do well. Most people eat at the CITY CAFE. Why not you? CHOP SUEY, Evenings after 8 o'clock Avoid that Cold We mend the rips and patch the holes, build up the heels and save your soles at the PLENTYWOOD HARNESS AND SHOE SHOP at the PLENTYWOOD HARNESS AND SHOE SHOP If you are sick-- and want to get well to stay well, come to Crosby, North Da kota, and take a course of Chiro practic Adjustments. Remember, 95 per cent of the diseases are caused from the spine, which the Chiropractor can correct. Dr. T. A. Pennock Chiropractor Ingwalson Blk. Crosby, N. D " NOW-A- DAYS" says the. Good Judge A' man can get a heap more atiuiactionfromsenebslcew of this class of uobaco, bhm he ever could get fm a bit chew of the old kind. He fmds it oeslmes,gao. The good obmomn ae Jas so aub longer be doea't ead to hae a fbresh sbow as am often. Toboooo Osw wiB at IM W.B CUT is a 0n'--1s winh b s i d l " m p.I nanre .