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Sheridan County Corn
Show Was a Révélation;
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(Continued from page 1)
and that it would occur fr&m now on
anually and that it was the beginning
of the Sheridan county agricultural
fair which in time will be one of the
leading fairs of the northwest as was
proven by the remarkable farm pro
duct exhibits displayed at the Bolster
building last Monday.
MANY PRIZES. AWARDED
Many prizes were awarded. The
business men of Pientywood had made
generous donations and many v.erej
the smiles of satisfaction on the faces
of those who had entered lucky num
bers. The winners of the several
■prizes are as follows:
CORN
Sweept Stakes (White Dent).
Frank French
Northwestern Dent:
First .
Second .
White Dent:
McQuail & Bolster,
.Pete Miller
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Four-Door Sedan
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$685 Detroit, fully equipped.
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Inside and out, the new Ford Four*
door Sedan shows . improvements
of far more than usual importance.
soft brown shades of the silk
window curtains and the deep
broadcloth upholstery.
I>ome light, door locks, window
regulators and handles, all finished
m nickel, complete a refinement
you would expect only at a far
higher price
Convenience, utility and economy
have established Ford supremacy.
The Four X)oor Sedan adds to
these factors greater Ford prestige.
s
It is lower and sturdier in appear
ance. New cowl, hood, radiator and
apron add size and finish to the
front. Son visor, and wide, well
finished aluminum doors with bar
handles perfect the design of the
body.
The lasting lustre of the exterior
finish is equalled in richness by the
1 l ts ca» cat. be obtained through
the tor a ft tekly Puufiait Pmn
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First
white* Flint:
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Frank French
Henry Ator
.Ole Nelson
L. G, Berneau
econd .
u Flint:
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First .
Second ..
Mixed Flint:
First .
Second .
Sweet Coin:
First .
Second ..
Pop Corni
First .
Second ..
Mrs. Charlesworth
. E. R. Denzer
.J- C. Hughart
.Wm. Knight
Geo. Shields
Chas. Grant
Kranzer Brothers
W. W. Clark
VEGETABLES
Cabbage:
First .
Second ...
Citions:
. P. L. Collins
.PeVr Turick
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.Mrs. Oscar Melby
.Adolph Rehmer
. C. E. Hendrickson
First ..
Carrots:
First ..
Second
Beets:
Fii'st
Geo. Bolster
Squash:
Second
C. E. Hendrickson
Mrs, Christ Holst
First..
Second
Mrs. Hans Rasmussen
Onions:
First ..
Second
. R. D. Clark
Nels P. Miller
Peppers:
First .
Pie Pumpkins:
Mrs. A. W. March
First .
Second .
Field Pumpkins
.Oscar Mattson
A. J. A. Johnson
Mike Pappenfus
First ...
Second
Rutabagas:
First ...
Second
Turnips:
First ...
Mrs. A. S. Malcolm
Mrs. Hans Rasmussen
. P. J. Collins
C. E. Hendricks
Best Collection vegetables from
one farm:
First ..
Second
R. D. Clark
Ed. Iverson
Early Ohio:
First ...
Second
POTATOES
. J. J. Vassen
J. M. Lasater
Triumphs;
First .
Second .
Any Other Variety:
First .
Second .
J. W. Bucklin
-W. R. Mann
... J. M. La»%ter|
.J. J. Vassen
J. C. Hanson
Wm. Simonson
.G. E. Aakhus
GRAINS
Marquis Wheat:
First .
Second _
Third .
Amber Durum:
First .
Second .
Any Other Spring Wheat;
First ..
Second
,,S. J. Redden
.A. M. Hagen
...O. A. Selvig
J. C. Hanson
Oats:
First
Second
.Ed. Iverson
Henry Gronvold
.Caf, Peterson
Nels M. Olson
Rye;
First .
Second
Flax:
First ..
Second
G. E. Aakhus
D. M. Mclanis
Nels M. Olson
Kermit Uelancl
karley:
First ■■
Second
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Mrs. P. Feldt ;
Speltz:
First ..
Second
Wm. Simonson
Oscar Mattson ;
Millet:
First .
Second ...
Sweet Clover:
First .
Second
Alfalfa:
First -.
..Carl Holje
.Gust Riba
August Westphal
-Lars Angvick
.Gust Riba
Beans:
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First ..
Second
CANNED VEGETABES
E, G. Berneau
A. L. Desonia
Jelly:
First .
Second .
.Mrs. A. W. March ;
.Mrs. Ladd
Peas:
First
Second.Mrs. M. Richaidson !
.Mrs. Clair Stoner
Corn :
First
Second .Mrs. M. Richardson !
Beans:
First
Second .Mrs. Clair Stoner
Dill Pickles:
First .Mrs. G. A. Simmons
Second..Mrs. U. G. Barn-house, Sr.
Chow-chow :
First .
Second ...
Mixed Pickles
First .
Second .Mrs. O. J. Collins
Best Collection:
First .
Second .Mrs. M. P. VOstby
Mrs, A. W. March
.Mrs. Ladd
.Mrs. M. Richardson
.Mrs. Rasmussen
..'Mrs. Ladd
Butter;
First .
Second..
.Mrs. Jersen
....'..Mrs, Hans Agard
WOOL DE3ÎONSTRATION AT OR
PHÉUM THEATRE
While the major part of the crowd
was inspecting the exhibits in the
Bolster building, a number of citizens
were listening to the »ectures on sheep ,
growing and wool production and ;
grading, and witnessing the pictures
illustrating the journey 7 of wool from
the growth on the back of the lamb
through its many experiences and
operations until it reaches the back
of man in the form of woolen cloth
ing: showing proper baling, shipping,
grading, sales to manufacturers,
washing, carding, spinning, weaving,
dyeing and finally the making up of
the cloth. The pictures and lectures
were very instructive and compelled
the interest of those interested for
several hours, R. M. Millin. Live
stock specialist of the State College
at Bozeman spoke on sheep raising
and feeding and C. J. Fawcett of the
National Wool Warehouse and Stor
age Company of Chicago showed the
three reels and delivered the lecture
wool grading and collateral sub
jects.. Both lectures were instructive
and interesting, contributing consid
erably to the 'promotion of wool
growing in Sheridan county.
STATE JUDGES
Jack Taylor, county agent leader
of the State Agricultural College at
Bozeman judged the corn and agri
cultural exhibit and Mrs. S. C. .Faa
borg of Medicine Lake, judged the
canning and women's exhibits.
LARGE CROWD ATTEND
A large crowd attended the Corn .
Show, The day was ideal and cars
loaded with farmers and sightseers
came, in on every road amP'by noon ;
the city was crowded with people and
cars. There was as large a crowd as
usually turns out to celebrate the
Fourth of July, and the interest in
the show was marked. All day the
room in the Helland-Strand Hardware
Store in the Bolster Building devoted
on
to the Show was packed with inter
ested spectators, and the astonishment
over the variety and quality of the
exhibits was general.
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Harry Whitish of south of Redstone
was in Pientywood Saturday, having
a load of wheat ground into flour at
the local flour mill.
Try a Want Ad—It fays.
LOCAL MARKETS
Wheat, No. 1 Northern
Amber Durum, per bu. .
Mixed Wheat .
Flax, per bu.
Rye, per bu.
Barley, per bu.
Oats, per bu.
Eggs, per doz. .
Potatoes, per bu..
Butter, per lb..
Flour, per cwt.
Shorts, per cwt.
Bran, per cwt.
.93
.70
.61
2.05
.40
.32
.30
.35
1.00
.45
3.75
1.25
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
THE TWENTIETH TrDin Al m«
TRICT OF THE STATE ()E MOV*
T AN V IN \NT) FOR THE rîl v
Ivoir' c ui-ott!* xt K 1HL COUN '
i i ut smmtlUAJN.
E. H. HAEBERtiTPlaintiff,
SWART S Z W Äe^AT M E A fISÜ
gp DTrvTv«^An blA1L . ^
OF PLENTY WOOD, a corporation. 1
and PETER E tame PoflnlT I
TH nr cm n at Purnrrnfn
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f ront do or of the court house, in the
town of Pientywood, Sheridan Coun- i
ty, Montana, on the 1st day of De- j
eember, 1923, at 2 o'clock P. M., the i
following described real estate, situ- i
ate in Sheridan County, Montana, to- I
wit:
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LEGAL NOTICES
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West Half of the Northeast Quar
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Style and Quality
at Economy Prices
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Garments that exhibit in a way most pleasing
the many advantages of coming here to suoply
your Apparel needs.
The latest styles developed in fabrics of excel
lent worth, yet priced so economically that
every woman may buy just what she
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wants.
Coats $21.50 to $89.50
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Dresses $9.75 to $45.00
Kitzen ber
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F LENT Y WOOD'S BEST READY
TO WEAR STORE
ter (W ',2 NBVi) and North Half
of Southwest Quarter (N Vs
SW*4 ) of Section Twenty-six
(26), Township Thirty-five (35)
North Range Fifty-eight (58)
E. M. M., together with the tene
ments, hereditaments and appur
tenances thereunto belonging.
Dated November 8th, 1923.
RODNEY SALISBURY,
Sheriff of Sheridan County, Mont.
By A. E. ALDRICH,
Under-Sheriff
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SHERIFF'S NOTICE OF SALE
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL DIS
TRICT OF THE STATE OF MON
TANA, IN AND FOR THE COUN
TY OF SHERIDAN.
THE CITIZENS STATE BANK OF
ANTELOPE, MONTANA,
poration, Plaintiff,
a cor
vs.
PIT TUREK, KATE TUREK,
wife, ARTHUR C. ERICKSON, as
Guardian ad litem of KATE TUR
EK, an insane person, and FARM
ERS STATE BANK OF GRE
NORA, NORTH DAKOTA, a cor
poration, Defendants.
SALE^on tiie Yt inv o^DeœmberC
P M Äd ÄÄ'" 1
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n* * 16 ^ our f House, in the ;
7°^ °L P J ent n? od f m ' Sh f " dan I
County, State of Montana, the follow-!
Jng described real property, to-wit:
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Montana Meridian, in Sheridan
Countv Montana
* Montana,
to E et l) e i with all the tenements,
hereditaments and appurtenances
° r in any " i5e
Dated til'8th dav of
A. D. 1923.
his
RODNEY SALISBURY,
Sheriff.
A. E. ALDRICH.
Under-Sheriff.
S. E. PAUL,
Pientywood, Montana.
Attorney for the Plaintiff.
31-t4 '
piano Tuning
Mr. J. II. Jacobson, piano tuner f
the Kops Piano House C ' gV
Falls will be in Pientywood Z
November 10th for & few day,
Now is the lime to have yuuV niV
tuned right. Leave your ' order «
Leland Hotel, or Millers Drug Store
Sez I to myself, sez I, The Pro™
ers News is the paper to buy!
NEWS CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
WANTED TO BUY— Ford rat j
good condition for cash. Itu®*
at this office.
31-tl-p
Ä?? 1 and T« Sh*
Male Dog, Y ery small. Answersti
name of Buster. Finder please notify
WANE LAGRANGE, Raymond, M
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2 good mules
A' J . u 7r lu - • , . , >
First Natl. Bank of Pientywood
FOR SALE_Good Lignite Healer
f fi Dining Room Table.
Nt " JS ülte ' J Ü*
FOR RENT—House.
Inquire of;
MRS. E. J. Ankerman, Plentwood
3l-t2-p.
THE MILLIGAN HOUSE for
SALE. $10 per month. G. I
PETTIE, Dooley, Mont.
iwt or
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FOR SALE—Rose Comb Brown 14
horn Cockerels, l:ulp strain, stiert
stock, $1 each if raken before Dec.
1st. MRS. RAY HANCOCK. Med
icine Lake, Mont.
30-t3p
FOR SALE—40 Shoats, weight abc'f
150 lbs. apiece. Inquire at J- L
Singleton farm, 5 miles north'-''« 1
of Reserve.
STORE FOR SALE—Will Sell ^
Fixture's or without Fixtures. builM
Act Quick or you may be t«> * •
Sell at Bargain.—THE NEW SIw»
FOR SALE—Used Cars oiJjjj
makes at the lowest prices.
INN GARAGE, Pientywood, M« 1 -
AnS#
FOR SALE-One
jws old.
Bull, 5 _
er cattle in trade,
v.ith him. ROSE G IB Y -Y
ertown, Mont.
Cot
LOST—One brown horse, on »
10th. Black mane and t^u,
star in forehead. Notify
MAXWELL, Raymond, , .
CARL GILBERTSON Archer,
A. A
Mont. « r
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LOST—$130 by August
streets of Pientywood. Fnrierp^J
notify the abo> o at Ra^on®^
receive reward
LOST—1 Grey Mare, QQyf OO
Jaw, ..1 Light Mare, white
er Bar on left shoulder. ^
Gelding, OO over Bar on _
1 yr Marc Colt. 00 nLkGrd
left shoulder. Cne5-yr. ol( ^; d , r ,
Mare, OO ove Bar on = n - R v.
RODNEY SAUSB'i
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27-tf.
FOR SALE-Full Blood
Wyandotte < oekerc-is, * •
MRS. SIMON HANSSN,
Mont. Will exchange n' e l ^.p
breed.
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STRAYED—From my F 1 ^ &
N. W. of Raymond* one i ^
white face, weignt a o
horns, had halter am* P°
Finder please ta.ts up ana ^
J OS.
TAKEN UP-1 B^ek M.ve bjJ .J
E H under bar on left hip > J. y Qeic
Box Bar on left shoulder. 0 „ ß
ing branded E H under W j
hip, O bar E on left Q^ner 1 ^
box bar A on left thip, • pa-'W
have same for !? a ' ^joN C. ^
rent and this ad. S - p a yniorG
SON, 2 1-2 miles east of if®

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