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local returned , Salisbury r S Tuesday. M of Raymond was a visitor Monday. 0 f Redstone was iness. i • • ,,f n iMitmar eoun ,:,iS CUy ! in 0 f Westbv was a court ,. wlson , 'I caller Monday - $ t J. Boyd A ttorne> caller hei idsiness* * Scobey was omlay. • r p-mtz family were quar C : ,veek for Scarlet Fever. Westby was a Monday. '0 fy.f 0 ;.pd this î Anderson s caller fff, , .pc inonm. Banker iis city ■ me: position m the first ice was itart of a rfOls» eek. Cross rep lie ro this Red Wichen, from Helena is a }•: :ive v.k Madaon or * business ■adcr p wa? a Honda? Martin - # of qu a |ijo. ; (iaj • in Reiner. son's family was let -antine for Scarlet Fever • F Koeste'' of Helena was trans j, g busmen at the court house Tuesday. r ^ . rnllins is again out of the :-ge of blood hospital aft« a poison- * . n _,i.p Dae-mar in this city Monday # „ r \TeAirine T ake Harr>'Savage of the ^le cine Lake country was transacting hotness m this city Monday. * f i p erve wa= Alfred 'ihj iHh . ' ' luting after business m the county gat Monday. Rev. Andreasen K.D.. is visiting the Hans Rasmussen i'amiiv this week. * * * The A. 0. U. W. lodge held a spe aal meeting in Attorney A. C. Frck'on's office Monday night. Custom Officer J. R. Soger of Doo ley was transacting business in tiiis (jty the first part^of ^the week. M, A. Craig and Mr. and Mrs. John Stoner of Outlook were business call ers in this city last Wednesday. * » » from Flaxton, Mrs. Joe McGowan of Raymond is spending a few days with her sister, iC Rorrv HiH citv Hr\ cerry, o. nu. i # . . Helga Hendrickson accepted a po an°n in the ^-P lk & Recorder » of -1 See the first of tile week. O .S. Ga«.,o„ retumeti from *«fP° lls T ues ; la >; " hele he has In transacting business. TheDeeree of Honor held their " M,ins Tue f ,a '' »!«•" and Anna Jorgensen was taken in. n T>_ r m i t Rasmussen 01 Miles City was ?, &I ,U s IMS t f- the u C0Urt ifc Wednesday; of ( lus week. tv,, ijffi- „ f ». j i lor a few days this week. 0>car Midstokke, who works in the F'rt National Bank at Reserve was » business caller of this city Mon j- ... litt'.i ). • Lugmav brought his MVvL , in *° tbb Hty. The little 50 - nT recoiv ;i barb wire cut >s the eye brow^ . Paa 0U|) he hGijf • 1 ! _î iä y ID.UU }(\n |l pi rer« - — !US, flOUr S)3 15 Cn i* Uv |j}§ t R Lvtrp ÖM PC * * ' ' «pl.OD 4,u n, Kjt* and Whole Whoa* Eln.,r riour day. ■1. Franzen from Brickfield, Cana., Rarnhause and visiting transacting busim -s in. this city Sat urrtay. Mr, C. Faaborg, receiver of Tie ^armers State Rank, of Medicine "as transacting business here lake, Monday. A. Ross, agent for wpery, 0 f Great Falls, business Tuesday. road ma was trans a the court house IV inf^ daughter of Mr. >11 f or 0ny kebier tson and has been very -i. r . sever al day., but is now con raiescing. Special — 00 — ,n I'fojKirtion. »lentywood Mil; r VO I. j p hone 34 F. D. Morck and V. T. Mather spent I Tuesday at the county seat ness. busi a on Harry Williams of Reserve business '■caller in uhe county Thursday of this week. * * * The regular meeting of the W C T. U. a the school house next Tues day evening at 8:00 o'clock. . i',T" am i Mrs (Trani WLa« met ,0V iWiPhome ftrthÄÄl liavh'ff attended the f une,al of Mrs!j jw.aes mother, Mrsn C. Ankerrnan. A number bf people went from this city to Raymond Saturday night ^aef = Evervone E rlo^t * f ' a fine time havm * ha <Vl was seat Mrs. Bert Ttoorstenson, been quite seriously ill with who has an at ta-.k of the measles, is now on the mend. ♦ Adolph Hovdey of the Raymond country is spending a few days in Plentywood, taking chiropractic treat ments. Ben Luebke of the Producers News force is back on the job again after a two weeks lay off caused, by a siege of the measles. Alma Heiland, who has been the sick list for a while wi.h stom ach influenza, resumed work in the county treasurer's cffic e Tuesday af ternoom..., i Dr. Carr, weH known specialist of Minot, N: D., cam e to this city Wed-j nesday and performed an operation ■> h SSelstrup of th?s citvk * ♦ ' * c S ei y % c ?r to tte o F™a received Trv us p P ^y *>1 -tf ' FROID CREAMERY -1 tt MîOll) CREAMERY. I t |, d " n , ' m . Tvom his ranch; ■ bsfl last Saturday 6 niff ht* Rov? snent , x ' . oatuidaj night. Roy spent Sunday in t^vn visiting tnends and ms parents who live here. on «I end Jess j Jesse Grant spent tUe week with his family of this city, was formerly -conducted on a freight but is now conductor on the passen ger, his run being between Williston and Havre. Evelyn Moore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Moore, is slowly convalesc ing after a relapse suffered \he first of the week. Mrs. Hedges is assist ing at the Moore home during the sickness. Mrs. A. C. Erickson and Sheriff Rodney Salisbury took Mrs. O. Over land to Warm Springs last week, . Mrs Erickson going from there to Great Falls, where she will spend a few days with her sister, Mrs. F. J. Chamberlain and family. mm* j Gerald, the little four-vear cJd son of M r. and Mrs. Ed. Kjelstrup, has VÂÏÏ of Minot, N. D. arrive.1 last Wodnes day and operated on the little fellow, I leavin K the sa " , «,. da l' for his home ' "Hub" Wirtzberger of Westby was a business caller in this ci.y Friday of last week. While here he took in t , , Mr. Wirtzber^er was one of the Plentvwood baseball players , ast year and J it is hoped that T le '„ill again be seen in the lineup when the - i 1 j ! Wm là ! - I Two delegations of farmers from the northwest part of the coimty, \ headed by our good road enthusiast, P. G. Anderson of Westby, appeared before ihe Board of County Commis sioners last Monday, bringing with them two petitions. One petition called for grading of low places on two miles of road î northwest of McElroy, the farmers pledged themselves lo donate 57 days I work with one man and four horses free of charge. The other petition called for a j graded road from the Blue Trail south four miles, the farmers here pledging themselves lo donate 43 days work with one man and four horses. * R stands to reason that the Com missioners can not very well turn propositions like these down, even if 1 there might be places ih lb* county where work would be needed worse . . — bad . Df. M. E. Finneman, eye-sight spec ialist of Fairview, Mont., will be at , the Plentywood Hotel, Saturday P. M. and Sunday, March 15th and 16th. i 47-3t ! FARMERS PLEDGE WORK ON ROADS Westby Farmers Help County to Get Be ter Roads for Themselves—Do nate Labor and Ask County's Help Which They Will No Doubt Re ceive. ; than here, and shows that people can get work dorfe if they want it enough. HANS RASMUSSEN ---——— - , MARRIAGE LICENSES O'Connor of Sioux Pass, Mon •ira atro 30 and Caroline Gattaneo of Sioux Pass 'Montana, age 23, Feb. of) ' "*Leo**E Kezeck of Plentywood, age and Leona Whitish of Plentvwood, IK S Q 1004 age it', m a cn o, - • Advertise where it pays— circula tion 2.0(M)^very week. P Loo 22 , REVELERS REVEL AT RAYMOND Everybody Has Fine Time and Pro gram W as Greatly Enjoyed by Spectators—Take in $123.00 Which Goes to the Farmer-Labor Party. ~ the Farmer-Labor dance and soc * a ^ be ld at Raymond b . 1& n success both socially cia * l > - Despite \he heavy roads, a large. crowd gathered at the hall and al. large table standing in th e corner of the hall was piled high with baskets Sen. Taylor gave a talk after the lunch from the baskets had been dis posed of and it was well received by all the Raymond people as well those present from Outlook and Plen tywood. Wm. Newlon walked the rope and gave a solo on a new instrument, one or the local Raymond bays sang sev eral humorous songs and Sen. Taylor j ant l Miss Crone and Bob Porter and I Mrs. Bert Herron cake walked. Al together it was a real show and 1 T.V* mi Ti it , had £ » F«mcr-Labor dance an.) j The Far mer.Labor par y wishes to l*!? ae basket n a,' the dancers^for'lhe^heàrtv'" 6 spent for a real cause. bas was a and finan as 7" any came see how co will be CARL JOHNSON TO HAVE AUCTION SALE j ! \ 1 \ u- e.- 1 ... , , ,. ^ t u A Ä a T uc Vl tl0n sale Wl11 be , he . ld , a1 - 1 T arl Johl lson farm, which is lo cated one-half mile north and four miles east of Outlook, on Friday, March 14th. Ä'Ä'Ä an( j ca ^|g an y Ctae having need of anything in this line for spring , work wouW do well to attend this sale. Wm. Ruegsegger will cry the sale I and Frank Koester wil1 be clerk - See k j s af j j n lk j s j ssue 0 f the paper for furthor particu i ars . H H ; Speaking Tour in the East _ Charles E. Taylor on ! ! j Senator Charles E. Taylor left last Sunday night far the west, where he will speak on the Farmer-Labor Par ty for several days. Mr. Taylor will speak at several coal mining camps in the western part of the state, ! where the miners are anxiously wait ing for some one lo come into their midst to give them an opportunity to join up with the Farmer-Labor Party of the State of Montana. Mr. Taylor will return the latter part of next week after making a trip to St. Paul, Minn. Basketball AROUND THE COUNTY Taken From Our Exchanges. ANTELOPE - The Antelope Girls team went down to defeat on Wed nesday at the Dagmar hall in the second game of th e season, the score being, 3-0. A game to play off the tie is being looked forward to with much interest by both communities, Mrs. Art Christensen af the north easi country was an Antelope visitor Monday. A number of Antelope folks at tended the dance at Reserve Satur day night and report a dandy time, Prof. F. R. Puckett at.ended to some school matters at the superin fend^nt's office at Plentywood last i Saturday. 1 J. J. Courtney and R. R. Ueland* Glasgow Saturday. returned fram The yreport an interesting farm loan meeting. Little Bernard Bessire was quite sick a couple of days this week bat is much improved a-^thi^ ntue. County Nurse Braden visited tue Antelope schools Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of this week on her annual school children examination and health aid work. The past week has been . more spring-like than the week before. Ev eryan ehas hopes for an early spring, Glen Stone was badly burned when be fell on a kitchen stove Friday night, but was able to attend school the middle of the week. . Weldon Richardson was in town from the farm Thursday afternoon. R. R, Ueland plans to leave xhis week with another carload of hogs, which he will market at Spokane. j. j. Courtney has been suffering) w jth a touch of blood poisoning in his right hand this week. Rev. Edwards Sands of Medicine Lake stopped in Antelope a few hours Sunday on a trip into the north coun-; try where he held sendees. jl M. Hoover, of Chinook, district agent for the U. S. Building & Loan Association of Butte, was in Ante i 0 p 6 Tuesday between trains looking | after he company's interests here. ! Doc Nielsen, the Watkins man of a Reserve, was up with supplies fdr the medicine cabinets Tuesday of this V veek. Mr. Nielsen reports business good. Mrs. R. S. Richardson and Miss Margaret Richardson visited Plenty wood friends Tuesday between irains. Fred Ibsen, of Plentywood, was if i business visitor in our city Wednes day. The Outlook Basketball team pass il l- :. * u - .. I turn trip from Hinsdale where they played in ihe district tournament I v, hich was held at that point last The Outlook Basketball team pass , ,1 through her Monday on their re week. Paul Parpart. one of the progrès ! sive farmers of t.he Antelope terri tory, was in town a few hours Wed | nesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Donaldson Plentywood called at the W. H. Gott lieb home Thursday afternoon. George Sanda ami Hans Gundcrud ^ a few hours from their farms Thursday afternoon hob-nob bing with friends. y 1 i 0 0 , * . ^ o J 1 *' Klef f aas has promised these ÎW a pleasant time entertaining ! their Chemistry books same day af ier sch ° o1 * PLENTYWOOD Chemistry is the hardest subject taught in the Plentywood high school,, __ ihink the Junior Chemistry boys J O ne student was asked to give the formula for hydrofluoric acid, this was the response so and ! F O" I H * • The sentence, Julia is my cousin, was given to a student in the Junior English class to give the construction of cousin, upon which the student re plied: cousin is in the possessive case because she's mine. A FRESHMAN SAYING Freshmen's green the sophomores grey, It's just green grass turned into hav, • * * * J I Those students who ars members of the Honor Roll for a period of six weeks, beginning. March fifth and ending April fourteenth are: Susie lÆgge, Mabel Guenther, Mar i guerite Huebner, Mary Pv.lubicki, t Viva Whi.ish, John Karr, Marion - Mitchell, Oliver Ziebarth, Margaret ; McNulty, Roy Parkhurst, ! Manney, Eleanor Palubicki. Marion DOINGS AT DAGMAR _ m . The Home Talent players of Dag mare played the Dost of the Earth" : two nights at \he Meeting House and on e night at the Brotherhood Hall to ; fvfil houses, and finished at Reserve k,,w a . ^ audience - The Antelope basketball girls play cd th e Dagmar girls on our home floor on February 29.h. An excellent ! game. It ended 3 to 0 in favor of Dagmar. T h e Young Peoples school conduct ed this winter in the basement under Um,er the church by Rev. A. E. Frost, Mrs. Frost, and Clara Jacobsen ended suc ; oessfully on February 28th with ap ! propriate services. Coffee and lunch j. Was served by he ladies. Twenty 1 six young people have attended regu larly with several more girls and boys taking in the gymnastic exer cises and basket ball practice twice each week. The teachers of the Dagrnar school, Miss Fester and Miss Refness |o . _ . ,, , „ , i bo H\f> over Sunday, March 3rd. J b< ; Ladies _ Aid gave a splendid ?i 1 ^ 1 e , rtaiu ^?. en ^ in f avo1 ! be Dagmar i Möllers Missionary in Santahstan, i f ndia - consisting of nng-ndmg, music b ^ ^ be Groskurt orchestia, singing 1 b , v th * Daffmar Glee Club, a Danish play pertaining to coffee and gossip, I was given by Mrs. Trcgan Torgen | sen, Mrs. Emil Christiansen, and Mrs. j Anton Winther in good form, "Knock ; ing Cat Out of the Barrel, a Danish 1 custom. Yes we had coffee and Faste laons-Boller! And finished by sing i ing, playing and dancing.» Seen same day some wild ducks flying north, shirt j Niels Christensen in bare sleeves on Main Street, south of town (Guffy) Harold Christensen was trying ta harrow, and John B. Änderten (the farmer) in the field hauling rocks, later. All three of them in big overcoats looking for a warm surrounding. - The man who hollers down a well about the goods he has to sell, won't reap as many golden dollars as the man who climbs a tree and hollers, j ; OBSERVER. AT THE CHURCHES ! Services : day. j j CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH j The Sunday school is slowly com i ing back to normal after so much sickness. Parents, don't forget to j send writtten excuses if your child has been out nn account of sickness. Lent Is Here—Everybody Attend Churcih - Lent began Wednesday and can-1 tinues until Easter in commemoration of Jesus' forty day feast anti spiritu al struggle in the wilderness, imme diately following his baptism. A true; keeping of Lent on our part, must 1 mean that we, too, like Jesus must get deep down in our own hearts and 1 discover and decide upon the great purpose and meaning of our lives and j where we shall put them so as count for most now and hereafter. large number öf people in the com munity are uniting in a daily fellow ship of study, meditation and prayer. Everybody should make it a special point to attend the church of choice, every Sunday thru Lent. In 'this church, special Lenten services have been planned for each Sunday and all are earnestly invited to wor j ship with us. The s°rmon for this a coming Sunday will be, "The Great i Responsibility."* Th e Lenten Classes ami Adult Dis ; cussion Group. Like the bursting forth of now life in the spring sa a proper keeping of Lent ami the coming of Easter should mean an awakening of the souls of men to new and everlasting In most churches East°r seems LUTHERAN CHURCH A. M. EGGE, Pastor Plentywood, March 9th, at 11 a. m. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Services Outlook at 2:30 p. m. The Confirmation class meets after services. No services of Raymond this Sun l 'J1Î3S Sunday your life. to be the natural harvest time for souls. Many young people and adults in this church are facing the great of j question of becoming Christians. j help ip these gr^at decisions there | will be a castor's class for the High School Au : ants' meeting every Satur day afternoon thru Lent at three -1 o'clock, the first meeting to be this I Saturday, March 8, in the church basement of the church; a class for those 12 years aid and over but not in High School, to meet every Mon v ® venin S in the church basement, that.first meeting to be next Monday evening, March 10; then for all | X | t t A -, y * ❖ iCitz0nt)6r§[ s Dependable Qualiiy Merchandise at Lowest Prices A it l Î it t * ❖ "i : p New Spring * I i : Mi i ■ ? T i Fashions ■ % ; A ' m/k I kt I V A ; r I 1 f ? % It is with pleasure 1/ that we announce a 1 large assortment of Spring Goods, including « a large display of Coats, Suits, Dresses, ;; Hats, Skirts and Blouses, and newest accès- it series for Milady. You will find great in- -t terest in the many novel suggestions, wide f variety of styles and the many new ma- | terials. The wonderful values will be a | source of satisfaction. i I J Lc*j « / t t t * 4 t h % k I Coats priced from $17.50 to $35.00 Hats, 4.50 to $12.00 Î I Dresses, $13.75,17.75,19.75 up to 47.50 Skirts $5.00 to $7.75 | Blouses, priced at $2.35 er I I A i i I t Plentywood's Best Ladies | Ready-to-Wear Store 9 V % A it A } 7 i » Wiess Cash Store / EVERY DAY PRICES 1 » Tomatoes, solid pack, No. 2.|/2 Graham Crackers, small 14c j 1 ! 1 i A ! ; | 17c per can > î Calumet Bak. Powder, 1 lb.30c 15c Corn, extra, standard Soda, pkg. 9c All Spices, can 16c 9c Peas, early June Table salt, 2/i lb. 3 for 25c 10c K. Corn Flakes \ Fruit 10c Post Toasties Apples, box . Fancy, box . Oranges, doz. large Lemons, doz. $1.35 $1.75 25c Krumbles, 2 pkgs v 60c 47c Armour Oat Meal, box 28c Men's Hose, pair 20c and up , 50c 9 lb. sack Shoes, O'Donnel, pair $7.00 Cream of Wheat, 3 lb. sack 28c Edmons Foot Fitters $6.50 Corn Meal, 10 lb. sack 50c I Gotzian Fancy Dress $4.85 | \ ] Family Sodas, box 30c We Handle a Full L*ne of Men's and Boys' Clothing. Oatmeal, crx, small 14c I adults who have decided to become Christians <-i who are weighing the matter and are in search of new light and truth, there will be a week ly discussion group through Lent, We heartily invite all who have troublesome questions and who would follow a search for the right way to come to this weekly discussion. The first meeting will be next week, the exact evening will be announced Sun day.