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NEWS
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u R \DIO $49.50.—
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'Wednesd
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Comertown was in
■ ig after bus
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va> oyer from
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banker, was seen
P rritywood last
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1 treets ot
usine? 5 -
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day
Homestead vis
•md wife, last
m this city.
el l ? Pp» nd
; brother, Oscar.
{heir home
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• gTORE which is just
Outlook. Mont., will sell
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esale to consumers.
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a nil Andrew \ olt of
entywood Fri
ness matters.
L , McGo«
jitovcn
lookin
were m
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if Westby was a
• Holtgren „ .
caller in Plentywood t rid ay
ir dav of last week.
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fail to call i> f
Outlook.
C.C. KARELS.
NEW
THE
Wohlesale to
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Don't
cfdRE in
.„sinner?
Shinnei* of 11 entywood has
1 done up. blood poinson
in us the result of a
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Hjelm and E. . s . Strand trom
- were in the county me
last Saturday looking after
; matters.
peter
rtown

A. Rueber and son Jackie re
t7 , a 4 Sunday from Minneapoilis,
Rochester, Minn., where she has
« visiting the past summer.
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H P. Foster of the Comertown pre
looking after business
untv seat last Monday.
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■c into the house formerly occu
the C. C. Johnson family on
be m -th side of the tracks.
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Rrert Kahle, hardware merchant of
seat last Friday. Bob took
Me some Stationen' with him which
te y made at the Producers News
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I FOR SALE—Full line of ' House
Hen Furniture, nearly new, including
«m:hinc used in a five-room house.
hm Reasonable for Cash. Inquire
it th ELGIN FA FE 1 __ a _ 26-tl
k Close was over from Outlook
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Monday and paid the Producers
N- ■ - a call, ordering some posters for
'• M* >tampe<le at the Nau Ranch,!
takes place next Sunday.
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ley Seaberg. Outlook coal baron
business caller in this city last
:ay. Charley is looking for a
- oisness this fall and winter and
• netting his mine in fine shape.
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'■or Bestland was a business call
P1 entywood last Saturday from
r,.'tne at Coalridge. Halvor took
tie realties here Saturday night be
lrf fuming to the farm.
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, Peter Sneen
H T ^f nt - v ' vood * as ^ Monday and
variou^bM -in a * S ° ? bo F , P ed
t-, anou -' bu -' mess h » uses >" H«»
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M . and Mrs. John Lindblom of Out
accompanied bv
, and Martin Marsh were tak
, soffits in the county me
f'Nis last Saturday]
While in Plen
■ ,, m stopped into the Pro
• „„ and inserted an ad for
3 ^ which he had lost.
I •> and Tom Dubr y were
: n S Ray T ond ,ast Saturday to
I Nnnii. ne , S1£r ^ ts in the county me
■ to see their
up on
I wi- m in
I ^ and incidentally
.. From Raymond clean
'-anadian.
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I F,m SALE
K'ÄÄTaÜ!
I ^ «lent y wood, Montana. 21 -tf
Ford Truck.
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Pcai : Hanrahan, the popular
, u e u ! tbe Sheridan County
■er ùitilfaftt ' ,S UKain attendin ^
«al ww, t . aftei a ' ^cation of
■' HanVal 1e . resu,t of an operation.
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are
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'Id her residence
k to T f . (,t FI entywood last
ion ir, ^ ,,a , nis ' who will take
^ uni ■?, sh,, " t time. Mrs.
■•■'Vol l • ' i c °ntinue to live* in
Inewal r ' tain her position in
» «us°n . tore
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the \rrhe^ an ' known farmer
» 00,1 f c °untry, was a Plenty
hail ini ! st Saturd ay. Mr. Mor
whem j* tetunietl from Grano, N.
^ trieiid- a S H ei ît a tew days visit
Cities. ' 331,1 looking after other
K\<
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t * Bct of the Dagmar pre
t *®tv .eat i u * ln f ss ca ller in the
Mr i j , Moml ay. While in
. , )erfr ma, le the Pro
Ri^ P easant call and re
^ -uoscnption to the Farmers
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!L5?*V*ood 0n friends
Pfte i,!i m 0u tlook last Sat
J î,rp ' Wi sc ret J arn L ed f rom Eau
a« carilr e he bas b ^n em
^ ys th *t and mason. He
beat a k ï, &t t-f trade bas
^ w heat i s So i™ e ' vhlle tb e price
^ftecost o 0 ' d °es not
1 of production.
F«* Tube with Every Tire.—TIRE
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James Carter of Outlook was a bus
iness caller in Plentywood last Thurs
day.
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H. P. Nichols was a business caller
trom Raymond Wednesday of this
week.
* * *
Otto Hendrickson of Antelope was
a business caller in Plentywood last
Wednesday.
e. W. Black was over from Rav
mond last Wednesday looking aftor
business matters.
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"Hominy" Thompson, of railroad
fame, who lives near Daleview, was
a caller in Plentywood last Tuesday
and Wednesday.
* * *
Art Weiss of the Outlook precinct
was attending to business matters in
Plentywood last Thursdav.
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USED PIANO in good condition for
at a bargain. Phone 194 Plein
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Wm. Hass was in from the big far
near Outlook last Tuesday,, looking
after business matters and visiting
with friends. *
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Charley Nau and H. C. Nelson were
Outlook callers in the countv seat last
Tuesday looking after business and
visiting with old acquaintances
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The Altar Society will give a concert
at the Orpheum next Saturday
i n g a t 8 o'clock. Don't formet the
date,
even
♦ * *
Victor Anker, well known Outlook
farmer, was a Plentywood caller last
Thursday, coming into the citv after
taking in the Bob Smith sale.
* • *
We are showing a most desirable
Sweaters,
line of fall Dry Goods,
Blankets, Outings, Underwear, Hos
iery, Knit Goods, Dress Goods. J. A.
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JOHNSON'S.
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at the ÄC 0 L ÆaÂ
Midler an., Mts. E. f M.ilS. ^
B. D. Fridley, formerly pastor of
the Evangelical Church bf this city,
but , now . of Rapelje, Montana, was
looking after his varied interests here
tbe P as ^ we ek^ ^
Art Wankle, prominent Raymond
Dooley farmer, was a caller in Plen
tywood las Tuesday hobnobbing with
oltl fnemds and looking after business
mstters.
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Atty 1 W. Greer and son Royal re
turned Wednesday evening from the
west where they have spent the past
®f v ® ral wç J ks poking aftqr business
matters and enjoying a vacation.
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A. W. Nyquist and A. H. Coats were
up from Froid Tuesday. Mr. Nyquist
called at the Sheriff's office in regard
to a horse which he had lost. They
motored home the same day.
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G. B. Bell of the Dagmar country
was a Plentywood visittor last Wed
nesday. Mr. Bell brought in Elizabeth
Murphy and Lillian Bodewin, who are
taking teacher's examinations.
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Frank Koester, banker of'Outlook,
was a business caller in Plentywood
last Wednesday. While in the city
Mr. Koester made the Producers News
a pleasant call and left a nice order
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Big Stock of Mens' Dress and Work
Shirts, Mens' Dress Hats and Caps.
Work Clothing, Underwear, Metis'
Sheep Lined Overcoats and Shoes for
the whole family.—J. A. JOHNSON.
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The W. C. T. U. will meet on Tues
day afternoon October 9th., at 5
o'clock at the Evangelical Church.
Everyone is urged to be present at
this meeting.
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Art McGahey of Great Falls, who
was formerly a resident of this city,
has been spending the past few days
in Plentywood looking after business
matters and visiting with old ac
quaintances.
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Fred L. Stone of Westby was in
Plentywood Tuesday looking after
business and made this office a pleas
ant call while in the city and ordered
some stationery for his school dis
trict of which he is clerk,
* * *
Mrs. Louis^ Moe and Mrs. George
Lungren will entertain the Lutheran
Ladies Aid at the Louis Moe home in
Plentywood on Friday, October 12th.
A cordial invitation is extended to all
members to attend.
,
Miss Violet Peterson, who has been
visiting her brother Carl Peterson
and family in this city, left the first
of the W eek for Wolf Point where she
will visit friends, going from there to
; Halstad, Minn.
* * *
Hans A. Oyen and Grace Oakes
were married by Judge Olson at the
Grand View Hotel Wednesday night.
The young people hail from Grenora,
N. D., where they are both well and
favorably knowm. * ■
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Mrs. Sam Harlseth and children,
Thorbin, Oliver and Margaret left
last Saturday for Valders, Norway,
where she will visit relatives and
friends. Mrs. Harlseth will be gone
through the winter months.
* * *
N. Cole and
Mr. and Mrs. W.
daughter Thelma autoed over tiom
Havre the first of the week and are
visiting at th6 Wm. Shinncrs home in
this city. Mrs. Cole is a daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Shinners and is well
known in this city. Mr. Coie is em
ployed on the Havre Promoter which
■ position he has held for several yearsî
ty ^ Riv res P° n sihle par
NING S House — Se « O. K. RON
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Mr awl Mrs. Pete Fiske of the Out
■|W ? , ct ' ": ere in Plentywood last
fucsday shopping and looking
Äiirr" 8 - , Mr - Fiske >>«
troüblcd the past two weeks with a
sore hack and received attention from
Ur - York while in the city.
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We are paying as follows for
Sweet Cream . ......
No. 1 Cream ..... f .. r .
No. 2 Cream
Checksand can go back to you next
aay. .ship your cream to us or brine
it in person. We will do our best to
please you in price and test.
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44c
40c
36c
FROID CREAMERY.
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xi W - Bonshoff left Wednesday for
New Rockford, N. D„ on his way to
argo, where he will continue his
studies at the Agricultural College,
it will be remembered that Mr. Ben
shoff played ball here last summer
been working here ' through
the fall months.
Dr. M. E. Finneman, eyesight spec
ialist ol Fairview, will be at the Plen
tywood Hotel Saturday P. M., and
Sunday, Oct. 20th and 21st.; at Ante
lope Wednesday, Oct. 17th.; at Flax
ville Thursday P. M., and Friday A.
M., Oct. 18th. and 19th.; and at Out
look Monday . M., and Tuesday A. M.
Oct. 22nd. and 23rd. 25-t3
pre
in the
county seat last Wednesday morning,
making the trip to this city early in
the morning while the sun was 'still
behind the horrizon. Mr. Braddock be
lieves the early bird catches the
at least he did last Wednesday
ing.
♦ * *
H. B. Braddock of the Outlook
emet was a business caller
worm
morn
* * •
Ed and Walt Wunderlich
. . were vis
iting friends in this city from Outlook
last Thursday. Ed returned from
Spokane, Wash., a few weeks ago and
has been helping with the harvest in
the north Outlook country. The lat
ter gentleman will leave next week for
his home at Spokane, Wash.,
having had an enjoyable time
old stamping ground. < Ed reports a
very heavy crop in the country around
Spokane but he says all the wheat in
that country is soft wheat.
after
on his
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A.maHeüLdof
They enjoyed their visit with the
Houston's very much and the eats oh
boy, for it must be remembered that
Mrs. Houston took first prize at the
State Fair on marmalade and second
prize on a group of three cakes.
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Dr. Kromer of Helena, who is rec
ognized throughout Montana for Su
perior Ability as an Eyesight Spec
ialist, will be at the Plentywood Hotel
Saturday, Sunday, Sept. 29-30. .At
Whitetail, Monday p. m., Tuesday a.
m.. Sept. 1-2. At Outlook, Nelson
Hotel, Tuesday p. m., Monday a. m.,
Oct. 2-3. .At Froid, Saturday Oct. 6th.
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Mr. and Mrs. Olé Aspelund and
daughter Laura returned last Friday
from a vacation trip to the east., Mrs.
Aspelund and Laura stopped off at
New Rockford, N. D., where they vis
ited Wm. Aspelund, a son of Mr. and
Mrs. Aspelund, while Mr. Aspelund
after a short visit went on to St. Paul,
Minn., and Mondovi, Wise. After vis
iting at St. Paul and Mondovi, Mr. As
pelund picked up his wife and daugh
ter on the return trip home, all hav
ing had a very pleasant vacation. Mr.
Aspelund returns with a feeling that
Montana appeals to him much more
than any of the various states he vis
ited, even though the price of land
there is three and four times the price
of land in this county.
* * *
Ted Lindell and son Palmer were in
Thursday from their home northeast
of Antelope last Friday. Palmer had
the misfortune on Wednesday of last
week to be thrown from a horse while
driving cattle, landing on his right
arm in such a way as to dislocate that
member at the elbow. An X-ray of
the injured arm showed that the arm
was in bad shape and Dr. Sells and
Storkan dressed the arm with great
care as a little slip meant a stiff arm
for the lad for the remainder of his
life. Mr. Lindell is very enthusiastic
about the manner in which the doefors
treated the case and feels that they
are to be congratulated on the skill
with which they accomplished the
task of setting the injured arm of his
boy.
NOTICE TO PATRONS
As we have moved from our old
place of business to the Bolster Build
ing, putting us to considerable ex
pense, and as we are at this time ex
panding our stock and shipments are
coming in we respectbully request all
who know themeselves to be indebted
to us, would call immediately a/d
settle their accounts.
(Signed)
HELLAND-STRAND.
Proprietors of Pool Halls
Pay Big Fines to Judge Olson
H. B. Emerson and John Wolters
enriched the school funds consider
ably last Friday when they appeared
before Judge Olson in Plentywood and
plead guilty to the charge of violating
the liquor laws of the State of Mon
tana. The two gentlemen were each
fined $200 which they paid, and wend
ed their way back to their respective
business establishments sadder but
wiser men.
MARRRIED
At the Congregational Parsonage,
Saturday, September 29, John Lee and
Lillian Rudi, both of Antelope, and on
Monday, October 1, Frank Close and
Belle Kinter, both of Outlook, Mont.
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Grocery
BARNEY SAYS: '
Nicest thing about winter
you can wear a vest and keep
your shirt clean longer.
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No. 2 P. Beans ...
No. 2 Com.
40-50 Prunes, lb.
Matches, 6 for ...
Tomatoes .
15c
15c
23c
35c
20c
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PHONE
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GERMANY'S SURREN
DER IS COMPLETE
(Continued from Page One)
Ruhr and the withdrawal of all gov
ernment support to the idle workers
coupled with the widely prevalent
suspicion that the French and German
steel kings have come to an agree
ment with each other have precipated
the crisis.
So acute is situation and so fear
ful the government of a nationwide
revolution that President Ebert has
issued an order suspending the consti
tutional guarantees of free speech and
assemblage and the right of freedom
from search and seizure. All power is
by this order placed in the hands of
the minister of defense, the military
authorities and such civil officers as
may be designated. The death pen
alty is among those that may be im
posed for violations of the executive
order.
The effect of this is to place whole
of Germany under a state of seige and
the establishment of a military dic
tatorship. All indications point to a
renewed internal struggle with the of
fensive of the masses of the German
population under Communist leader
ship directed against the German cap
italists instead of against the French.
The misery of the people is indescrib
able except in the agricultural regions
knowing their own suffering the pop
ulace are not in a mood to enter the
mines and factories at miserable wag
es for the joint profit of the German
and French industrial lords. A strict
censorship has been established that
prevents the transmission bi anything
the government does not want knôwn.
Communication is confined almost ex
clusively to government and military
messages yet enormous mass demon
strations are being held despite the
prohibition while clashes with the
troops and police have already oc
curred.
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HOSPITAL CLUB
THANKS DONORS
The Hospital Club wishes to thank
the following for the donations which
have been received at the hospital the
past month:
Mrs. J. Manney, Pyrex Baking Dish;
Mrs. Chapman, vegetables; Mrs. Pet
erson, vegetables, potatoes, two chick
ens and one duck; Dr. R. E. Gustaf
son, six ducks and three chickens;
Paul Babcock, five ducks; Mrs. Joe
Kavon, vegetables; also a number of
vegetables received from unknown
givers.
Every members of thç Hospital Club
is requested to attend the Hospital
Club meeting Saturday afternoon,
October 6th, at three o'clock. The
meeting will be held at the Hospital.
A request is hereby made to every
one to kindly donate fruist, pickles,
jelly or other preserves to the Hos
pital for the winter use. If possible
please bring it to the Hospital Satur
day, October 6th.
STMPEDE AT THE
NAU RANCH SUNDAY
Big plans are being made for a
stampede to be held at the Nau Ranch
near Outlook next Sunday. •
People who have attended these
stampedes held at the Nau Ranch are
very enthusiastic about them as they
always get plenty of thrills. Broncho
and steer riding, bull dogging and calf
roping are among the features of the
day.
No doubt a large crowd will take ad
vantage of this opportunity to see an
art which is fast disappearing from
the west and from the face of the
earth; that of seeing a real wild west
exposition and seeing some real wild
west buckers, in action.
AT THE ORPHEUM
PROGRAM FOR THE WEEK
SUNDAY & MONDAY, OCT. 7-8
ONLY A SHOP GIRL
TUES. & WEDNESDAY, OCT. 9-10
COME ON OVER
With Colleen Moore
THURS. & FRIDAY, OCT. 11-12
Starting the Serial
IN THE DAYS OF DANIEL BOONE
Starring Ellen Sedgwick and Jack
Mower *
and Comedy Drama
"THE FIVE DOLLAR BABY"
Starring Viola Dana
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ANDY HOLM IS
ARRESTED FOR
BOOTLEGGING
Pleads Guilty Before Judge Olson
and Draws $200 Fine Which He
Paid—Find Liquor in Pool Hall.
On Thursday of last week. Sheriff
Salisbury made a quiet raid on the
Andy Holm pool hall at Medicine
Lake.
he gave the pool hall the
and found a quantity of intoxicating
liquor.
Andy was informed that his pres
ence would be required before Judge
Olson the next day (Friday) and
that day Mr. Holm plead guilty to
violating the prohibitory laws of the
state and paid a fine of $200.00.
Armed with a search warrant
once over
on
COMMUNITY FAIR AT
OUTLOOK, OCT. 17TH
(Continued from page 1)
Best Flint Corn, dozen ears.
Best dozen ears Sweet Corn.
Best dozen ears Pop Corn.
VEGETABLES
Best six table Beets.
Best six table Onions.
Best Three Pumpkins.
Best Three Squash.
Bes* S ; x Tomatoes,
Best Quart Plums.
Best dozen Red Potatoes.
Best dozen White Potatoes.
Best Quart Navy Beans.
Best Quart Northwestern White
Beans.
Best gallon sample Sweet Clover
Seed, any variety.
Best three head of Cabbage.
Best six table Carrots.
POULTRY
Best two Hens and one Rooster.
Mr. A. W. Warden, County Agent of
Daniels County, will judge the differ
ent exhibits and award the prizes to
the winners. Charles Nau and Fred
Mills will have charge of the exhibits
as they are brought in with the excep
tion of the canning exhibits \vhich will
be supervised by Mrs. T. J. Larson.
As a further inducement to the
farmers of that community to bring
in their best corn and vegetables it
is proposed to bring the prize win
ning farm products to the Plentywood
Corn Show, where they may again cop
off high honors and a substantial
prize.
NATURALIZATION COURT
AT PLENTYWOOD, MONDAY
Judge C. E. Comer and R. G. Tylt\
naturalization agent, will hold rfitur
alization court at Plentywood next
Monday, having held similar court at
Poplar Thursday and at Scobey today
(Friday),
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Soldiers Employment Bureau
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most difficult problem confronting,the
veterans' bureau at this time is to find
suitable jobs for ex-service men com
ing out of training.
"They are eventuating from train
ing at the rate of from twenty to
thirty each month," he said, in dis
cussing the situation,
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calculated, to overcome the handicap
of their war-incurred disabilities. The
men are mature, serious and Anxious
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paid by buyer (from Home Office) at Plentywood.
This method will give you satisfaction in marketing
your 1923 Turkey Crop at Plentywood receiving the
highest market price and having them graded right, at
the same time being paid in cash when you deliver
them.
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to make good. AIL they ask is a
chance. Employers are asked to see
a member of the local committee or
to communicate directly- with the Bur
eau in Helena when in need of per
manent skilled help of any kind.
MARRIAGE LICENSES
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Frank Close, 25, and Belle Kinter,
26, both of Outlook, on Monday, Oct.
1st.
John Lee, 21, and Lillian Rudi, 21,
both of Antelope on Sept. 27th.
Louis Becker, 24, and Mary Wirtz,
19, both of Outlook, on Sept. 18th.
John Peter Fing, 29, and Esmer
Roderick, both of Outlook, on Sept. 18.

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