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OFFICER TO BRING
BACK CASCADE CO.
BANKERS FROM CALI
Lockhart and Skinner May Waiv e Ex
tradition Proceedings; Dawson Un
der Indictment; Held i
Seattle.
in Jail In
Great Falls, March 11 .—A deputy
from the sheriff's office has gone
Los Angeles to take into custody L.
B. Lockhart and Harry J. Skinner,
under arrest in that city on Cascade
county indictments charging larceny
of funds from thé Stat e Bank of Belt
and criminal violations of the state
banking laws.
to.
V* ill Have the Papers,
b urther information concerning ihe
fight that is being made by Elmer E.
Dawson, also under indictment and
held in Seattle, against extradition,
was lacking. Deputy Sheriff Herbert
Locke who will probably leave for
Seattle, will go equipped
necessary papers to establish Mon
tana's claim to the prisoner, should
Dawson take his case before the gov
ernor of Washington. A copy of ihe
indictment against Dawson was tele
grapher to Seattle.
Told to Bring Suit
The county attorney's office in
structed b v the county commission
ers to bring suit against Lockhart,
Dawson, H. E. Messalt, Nels Roman
and Lem McCoy as sureties on a per
sonal bond given to cover county
funds in the State Bank of Belt.
with the
The amount involved in the proposed
action is $2,004.40. Demand for the
payment of this sum was made by the
county treasurer soon after the bank
closed, it was said.
Mesself. formerly assistant cashier,
of the Belt Bank, is also under in-!
dictment.
He pleaded not guilty to
the indictment Tuesday afternoon in
district court.
MARRIAGE LICENSES
V. L. Garrick, age 24, of Outlook j
and Onalee Ladd, age 20 , of Outlook,
on March 10th.
I
J
NEWS CLASSIFIED
,L U ° ILL/ ;
«
ADVERTISEMENTS i
1 W
-—--- 1
WANTED—Tc. buy hogs weighing >
150 lbs. or more. W. W. CLARK ;
Antelope, Mont. 49 -tl
- Ill j
FOR SALE—5 M. B. Turkey Toms 1
early hatch, nic e birds $ 5.00 each' i
M. E. GRANRUD, 1 V 2 miles north
of Raymond, Mont. 49 -t 3
F 9- R SAEE-Bab, Chicks, Single
Como Rhode Island Reds, at 12
re^ts apiece. Mothers 80 cents
GEORGE BORNHOFT, Plenty
wood. Mont. . 49-3t-p
b §- A UE —10 Gal. Barrel Churn
and Economy King Cream Separ
I
tractnr
49 tf at Producers News office. j
AUCTION SALE MARCH
ÄrT'p' l He, ; e / or,l bul1 ' 4
Pu ebred Percheron Mares. 8 horses
machmery. T erms win
O SANDVTr 1 r C0U? ] t f ° r Ca 'l h TA L -
tywe^d G ' 6 mdeS WGSt °L P ir
_1 _ 48-t2-p I
REGISTERED SHORTHOR N I
FOR QAip t , ,U R N BL'LL
nl. Kitchner 1268509J
First Siï-'DnH F p b 'i nth u' n J^
2nd sire Comfnt Æ' K'i
t ÆâSi *
tied Shorthorn'He ; ifpl S ° 1 I
10 h lÄ h pÄ '- C u Ve V uly
and see them r w - C ° me
n i see them or wnte ;
AXEL ROMSTAD, i
__Antelope, Mont. I
PLOWS i
new p ,™il h c rî th ,- bottoms '. brand
and bimlcrTlitch^noit 0 ' 3 0,1 bbls '
cine Lake, also own« f CRH
ENGHUSEN Medicine T La m E °'
tana. ' Med,CWe Uke '
at Producers News.
49-tf
FOR SALE CHEAP—Ford
attachment for Ford
class condition, good
47-tf
__ '
HATCHING -TfTr
SSSISTS;#
asrri&f
tywood, Mont. LSEN ' Sfe
EGGS FOR
. „ ^ , per
L. S. OLSEN, Plen
47 ' 8t
—-that
SEED FOR
SWEET CLOVER
| S oÜk 1 Montena UST WESTp HAL, Out-!
' *' lon{a na. 45-tf
"^1 '.STÄ
MRS. W 1 h"'gOTTI IEb" A cl . oset
MONTANA,' Box m EB -
FOR S4TF a t -
ir.\ ea wagon, a rocker,
and ababy cutter. Inquire at this
omce. 40 tf
i
rent or
G. E.
THE MILLIGAN HOUSE for
PErfiE ? Doo P ey, g h -
CAME TO MY PLACE-I^stUn
one white faced steer, about two
g",s Ä, a „H
—---
STRAYED TO MY . PASTURE
About Sept. 1st, one .heifer about 2
years old. Owner can tave same i
y ra ssrs&sgi* ä :
47 and E rson. r-ää"
3i-tf
noi
DIVERSIFICATION
The farmer ponders a problem *
deep, that has caused him to lose *
many nights of sleep. The prob- *
lern is not how to raise more *
beeves, but how to exist on the *
* price he receives. Not how to *
* produce mere, that's simple enuff, *
but how to command a fair price *
for his 'stuff.' We don't envy *
Morgan the dough that he owns, *
■ hut we won't help increase it by *
* taking his leans. Don't offer us *
* credit that kind of talk's banned. *
A fair price for our product is *
what we demand. "We've had *
* too much credit" you hear them *
* all shout, "w e don't want in deep- *
* er. w e want to get out." *
They asked for assistance, this *
poor bunch of hicks, and you *
* aided by saying, "La v off poli- *
tics." The dear banker told us, *
* "V ou're on the wrong track, the *
; wheat price was too high, it had *
to. drop back,
much wheat, there's an over-sup- *
ply. take a tip from your banker *
and DIVERSIFY. Raise more *
chickens and hogs, more milk *
cows and hay, that's the only sure *
method to make the farm pay.
* We've tried out their method, *
we may be quite dense, but the *
* price of our eggs has dropped *
down to ten cents. The price c.f *
the pork, that used to be high, *
* dropped down when we started to *
diversify. Milk prices too are *
beginning t Q break and we have *
to admit that we made a mistake. *
The principle's right but th e crop *
You've raised too *
*
wrong, so sing
* you another diversified song. Di- *
* versification is all very well, but *
* we'll do it bv raising less wheat *
* and more hell. *
—LEVERNE HAMILTON. *
^ *
Outlook Citizen Thinks
March Should Have
His Head Examined
(Continued from page 1 )
brok
e up at 5:00 o'clock in the morn
mg and everyone happy.
Taylor's talk was received with
great interest and many said thev
would rather he Would have kept
sk
body s goat, with all my heart I must
ay go v°ur best. If you can find any
1 Y ;? 11 agam say when a man of your
calibre stans on a man of Taylor's
ca , r © and tries to ruin his good re-
cord k y s . uc ^ a conglommeration as
t°? ? a y. e ^ad in the last few issues,
[ fe , el tha t you ought to have your
head exarmncd > for I don't think _
ff ne m j an , coald stoop so low as to
and , d ,° a th , e things you have
T dl< and done and still be sane but
i.®?* ""T { <* any man in such a
plight. It is sad indeed. Suppose we
were to go over to your home town
ami just look you up a little, if the
half were told would it not be enough
to stop a clock?
I should be glad to say that Tay
Jors reputation around Outlook is
nne. He is generally considered
a ab
on
a
as
™a u '* conscientious
and honest man whose ambitions are
to see the poor and downtrodden giv
U- a chance to live. He has
Hne? hat haVG Y ° U d ° ne to hel P in that
15--4!" d
alT then P rthiot m , harm0ny b , et "' Mn
retract T S * 18 your duty to
do so ' GXpeCt to see you
Yours for a better emr •
G STONED'
—_ ° tI ook> Mont -
AMrjDFYA/ U A Menu
A1NUKfc -W HANSEN
RECOVERS OUICLI Y
-_
r page i)
T^n 1 bound for the
^ , At . WlI Lston, Mr. Han
Mhi^t id w ?° nsulta . l . 10n wR h Dr. Carr of
Mmot, who practices at Williston cer
Jam days each week, while waiting
jor the train which would take him
After examining ihe pimpie, which
F h i s t,m ® had commenced ti drain
nnnlT^™" r' r ' Hansen that it was
Andyretur^eH £° rS t Predictions,
with tba Wednesday morning
JVom fice mg g ° ne practically
proven
since he has
If you stand
Z. ,
the fac^ S KK, v 80 ,, fortun 5 te in
S£sr-s;psss
seri <>«s .as
now
th e ailment „«,* I1UL ^
?w ed A a ? d we offer the
Andy order the boils from
».ifhe has ihe misfortune to 1^
some where else
suggestion
|> n .v mire.To'appeir
: beside the interior c£ his
nose.
wiSibuS w'slst 8 "!
the°to ai hll V IUrinS: the ' year VIm*
t he to al out P ut ^ 395,825 barrels !
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE DISTRICT COURT nv
THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL
TRICT OF THE STATE OF iwnv
TANA. IN AND FORTHFrouv'
TY OF SHERIDAN E COUN '
DIS
'".IoIeph 3 ^, 0 ^. the Es 'atc
NOTICE k'hpppi ,Ç? c ® ased -
s-Sï® c 0 , s.»
ceased » to the creditors of and all
P 0 . r f°ns having claims against the
tlm deceased * to exhibit them with
monthf S « ry I 0 "'] 1 «« within four
f i? v oti?o "° ** r ^ dPU " n c
;* pp jmstaä
Administrator.
of
by
de
of
Redstone Citizen Found
Guilty of Smuggling
(Continued from Page One)
is a clean looking man of 33 , told
the court he was entirely to blame
and that he had paid the $600 made
on the debt owed for the truck. He
was given 60 days in the Cascade
county jail and fined $500 and costs.
As a practical demonstration of the
protection afforded Jjre Montana ;
farmer by the tariff the case of Mr.
Nance is unique in court annals here.
Running in Aliens.
Albert H. Reynolds of Bengough,
Canada, was another of something
the same, except that his smuggling !
was in human flesh and blood, and '
his receipts were not so heavy. On ;
January 2, 1924,
Reynolds arrived
from Canada at Madoc, a station sev
en miles north of Scobey, with Joe ;
Moli.or, wife and five children, in a j
machine. The passengers were Ron-1
manian aliens seeking entrance into
the United States against the law , 1
and were headed for Chicago. They '
paid $30 to Reynolds, and he arrived
at the depot just at train time. Un
fortunately fc.r Reynolds the train
was an hour late, and an immigra
tion officer strolled along and gath
ered the pan y in. The Roumanian
family are being deported back to
their native land. Reynolds pleaded
guilty before Judge Pray this morn
He had been in the same busi
ness before the time he was caught.
mg.
Pill Peddlers Graft for
Two Months in 1922
.
4
*

REMITTANCE FOR *
* . DR. STORKAN *
; Birth certificates .$ 5.10 *
! Health Officer, May salary 100.00 *
■ Medical atten ion (salvar- *
san and mercury). 384.90 *
* Vanity examinatoin . 10.00 *
! Fumigation (What?) . 31.40 *
*
(Continued from page 1 )
* May salary, poor doctor ... 100.00
* Total
$207.16
Total.
$531.70 *
GRAND TOTAL
* Dr. Sells
* Dr. Storkan
$207.16 *
531.70 *
I
*
*
:
$739 16 *
* PENSION FOR PILL PED- *
* DLERS FÜR MONTH OF *
APRIL, 1922
DR. STORKAN
*
*
Inspection, mileage, etc. .$ $68.50 *
* Expense, Quarantine . 293.00 *
* Expense, Quarantine . 278.00 *
Expense, quarantine . 62.50 * i
* Expense, quarantine . 62.00 * 1
* April salary. Health officer 100.00 * I
* Expense, quarantine . 52.00 * i
-
$916.00 * j
*
$ 90.00 *
«
* , DR. SELLS
Expense, quarantine ...
Salary, Co. Poor Dr. 100.00 *
Quarntine, fumigation, etc. 40.50 *
Total
$230.50 * :
APRIL, 1922, GRAND TOTAL
R r * Sforkun .$916.00
Ur- Sells -- 230.50 *
_
: We would suggest thaV'wWle •
' the Storkan Medfcal JournaT s •
* exposing graft that thev nublish *
!|t the above items. Just to be fair *
l don>t you know. The readers of *
I ^ f a T ei ? ne Want to
* about all the grafts. They are *
* getting tired of hearing about *
* Taylor or Moe getting away with *
* 15 cents or a postage s.amnBv *
^ ^publishing these fi K ure s P 'the •
: Farmerine could give its readers A
. rÄsa ^ :
* p pawer v in lhe Commissioners' *
! R oom, when the County Commis- *
S1 °ners consisted of Jud Matkins. *
* ******=== *
--—
OUTLOOK YOUNG
COUPLE MARRIED
. -V
(Continued from Page One)
bride, Mr. and Mrs.Ladd, in that
city. ' in that
/he bride is the beau.iful daughter
Total
$1,146.50 *
• TOTAL DOCTORS' DRAG FOR *
APRIL AND MAY *
* April
* May
$1146.50 *
... 739.16 *
of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ladd well
knovvn 0utlook citi zens. She is verv
sXS£S S"
| prietor of the Outlook Barber Sho P p
I The happy young couple will make
j their home at Outlook, where the
groom already has a cozy nest nre
Pared for his bride. P
The Producers News joins with the
legion cjf friends of Mr. and Mrs.
G arrick m wishing them a happy and
Prosperous married life.
On Monday evening Mr. and Mrs.
H a |i riC i^ a OutîJk anCe an a d ^he ^îown
in at -
fUDCE MATTHEWS TO RUN '
for ASSOCIATE: IUST.CE
.Helena, March 10,-John A. Mat
thews of Townsend, a former district
judge ami al S o a foFmer aSociate jum
(ice of the supreme court, Monday an
nounced his candidacy for the demo
cratic nomination for assosiate jus
tice. H e will file his formal déclara
tmn in a few days. ^
. Judge Matthews was the democrat
ic candidate for associate justice at
the last general election and was
defeated by but a few hundred votes
by Judge A. P. Stark. Th e vote was
so dose (hat for several days durintr ■
g™srsÄ"--'!S~i ™
NEWS
KC'KC'KC" KC'KC'KC
For Finer Texture
and
l arger Volume
in the baked goods
use
Baking
Powder
Same Price
for over 30 years.
_____
WHY PAY WAR PRICES?
Ounces for 25 *
MILLIONS OF POUNDS BOUGHT
BY OUR GOVERNMENT
KOKC-lt: KS-KC-KC
Rep. Larsen Answers
Questions of Farmerine
(Continued from Page One)
to your comment and questions.
I t Representative Aage
I Larsen was endorsed by Taylor for
i the Legislature as a sop to the Dag
I mai* fnTmoi'c f _ u i i i T?*
I Hans Dixon " P Farmer
! This is another He of vours Mr
Taylor has never done anything or
said one word against Hans Dixon,
and 1 haven't either during the whole
campaign as w e all respected Hans
Dixon because / he is a gentleman.
was different the time you were
° ut ' Mr - March, and tried lo defeat
Farmer Hans Dixon. You made the
most dirty,rotten campaign that any
one could make and Farmer Hans j
D.XOU beacon better than two to
. Then you said that I wanted to get
inte# politics. This is another lie
made out of broad cloffi. 1 have made
m v living in Montana for fifteen long
years without getting into politics and
1 shall
siate:
answer your so-called
, Now we would
as*, Mi. Larsen, why he states, Mr.
LZ .™ Wa . s abs £ i , lt from , the Senate I
AääWä
assure you I could live here
fifteen years more without holding „
public office. But I shall always take
P art m politics and especially as long
as men of your kind are trying to
destroy honesty and decent citizen
shl P by spreading your damnable lies.
You stated that "I had followed
f * 10 dreamers for a long time/' Yes,
* bave dreamed a long time about
the time when ihe farmers and lab
? rers , c ? uld get together and put your
two old Tea Pot parties out of busi
! less as ihey are completely corrupt.
both of them.
Now let me
fair questions:
Question No. 1 :
a
days te*lgSS la S«' c tfek
also show this). That Taylor never
vaed once and there is no record of
his wonderful speeches at this Se s
sion." ses
Answer to Question No 1 Mr
i'aylor was only absent the last two
"ÄnTm AS Ä ÏÏÉ
EXCUSED. Don" you knmv thfre
ar ^ many senators and congressmen
as well as state senators and repre
fentätives who are not there only once
F °T er ^ngressma^ Carl
, R . ld <Lck was absent 180 days during
jus term but you have never known
^ dont suppose, or else you would
have sen t Oscar Collins or S j
°'Grady to Washington to take a
Photo «T Carl Riddick's warrant
thitff i su; atÄ
, b . e ° T n ,e minute late in the Senate or
Hause and not there to answer
f, he r cJl call, he is marked absent, al
though he may be there all day. At
^mes you may work on different com
mittees and happen to be marked a™
ft weTe whm
some of th* committees tm° h, from
10 to .16 hours a day in the different
w h v vnf recard | d an y place—that is
why yoa can't find it, Mr. March. I
vot / n * ^at was near
d ° ne the last days, as
werï ° nIy 15 biIls ' and ^
Copper c« . ^ ^ the Ana ^nda
lv during\ at that time ' 11 is usual
right ^tb? ln ? ai 3 ni,lg vhat he isl
c,n their tracks.
T QUESTION NO. 2 .-"Did Senator '
I aylar s ?PPort Gov. Dixon's stand at
l be vl ^ eciaI session; and didn't Sen
^ ve you instruciion to vote
^gainst Gov. Dixon's appropriation
^ures?" PP Pnatl0n
supportin^dov.^ixon/stand and^s
Sw'SWÄ-rt
*ard to Se" Taylor^nkrÄg me j
Ä ÄZ
struc?om. l. a . ny time given me in
nr tiia ln fu bow to VO| te, either one way
â ,S„ M«!-, Taylor is too big
tel" others ho™ 5 . hberty t0 °, ™ u ch to
more T w b f^ î° vote; and fu rther
either VIt t f ke ins tructions from
1 Ta y lor <> r Mr. Dixon or
^ yb ° dy . The House Journal of
that T hfîf S1 ° n wil1 bear me out in
for Mr su PP° rted and I can say
thlt w ^ yl ° r and Mr * Stoner
and have su PP° rt ed Gov. Dixon ;
and the Tn^T 8 at - the 18th session
fi, n „„u .^P 6 « 13 ! session as far as we
jsé? 1 "
°" -
you vote against the Dixon forces, I
Mr. Larsen?"
ANSWER: "Yes, I did, on one bill j
in particular, and I am proud I did, |
and always shall be. I voted against ]
giving the Record Rerald $7,200 a I
year for printing the State Treasurers ;
Report when the Helena Independ-,
ent would do the same work for |
$2,000.00. I shall never vote in fav- j
or c.f any $5,000 donation to anybody,
especially when the State and it's
people are bankrupt and many
thousands have had to leave their
homes on account of high laxes and
low pay."
QUESTION NO. 4: "Didn't Mr. |
Stoner also vote like you dkl?"
ANSWER:
"Yes. he surely did, on
nearly all bills, and in particular on
this printing graft, as Mr. Stoner did
not approve of donating $5,000.00 to
the Dixon machine any more than he j
would approve of donating
amount to the Anaconda Copper Co.
Democrat machine. Mr. Stoner looks
at it the same way as I do: there is
not that much difference between the
two of them."
like
a
QUESTION NO. 5: But didn't
Senator Taylor duck the issue and his
vote at the special session ? Then he
absented himself.
ANSWER: Sen. Taylor never duck
ed any issue. He is not afraid to
take a stand on any question wheth
er it be for or against the Dixon
forces; or for c.r against the copper
trust. His record in Sheridan county
proves this and you know' it, , Mr.
March."
1
QUESTION NO. 6 :
And didn't
several of Sen. Taylor's former as- |
sociates in the Nonpartisan League
vote with Governor Dixon v" !
AN^WFH- "Firef t • f
von ho, rU r ,U'„ ', nfor "
you. i nut vjO\. Dixon cion t vote cit,
alk So how could anybody vote with
! him? And ne ^ V 10 / 1 ' 1 beliey e there
: own whTwonl5° ^ h »"T oon **
' aîvhnfiï would contnbute ^o,00° to
£et thJ'R^coîd HeîalH * ** t0 Dlxon ' s
P OUFSTTON NO d '
vn „ r l... t • :
Mr T arSn r 6 h
ANSWER. "Mr v *u * • I
hp v „ ÏS t M ' laylo £' lf tha £ 1S
bf Jer^ her °' T sh l n « «
1;w b U than ever ' 1 skall j
£* Re£r"raÆ !
March * 1923 :
7 : "How does
you answer,
Mr. Taylor, who is editor
and publisher of 'he Producers
News in Plentywood, with his
family resided in Helena during
the legislative session. The Sen
ator from Sheridan County not
only proved one of the leading
orators of the upper branch of
he assembly but also kept up a
persistent fight for the benefit of
the people. He was not vicious
against the corporate in'erests,
but he did insist that the masses
he given a square deal, and the
"big merest" bear jheir just
share of Ihe taxation burden. He
is among the holdover Senators
who will return here next
sion to continue his efforts in be
half of people.'
Question No. 8 : "And Mr. Larsen
states that whether you call them
Dixomtes or Copper men—that is all
the same gang. Isn't that just a
MÄe„r- Mr - Taylor ' s vcrbia * e -
4* 4
ses
be^U 1 ^ 1 T/* ^ th w may
$6,000.00." dlfferen «. but not
OUFSTTON vn o « S
NO. 9: "_
Farmer-Labor Convention ?
ANSWER: "I would sa v that if you
WlU u U Z to the Western Union Tele
I' V °* m"'W egraVwhich
Wm to ». and speak at Sat
Co ^nticu."
Wel1 1 have but very little wall
£ aP6r ef L aad 1 sure don>t wa nt to
be b rSf State , statio f ^y, so. I must
„L^ nef ' 1 sha11 clos e with the
^CfinrESTTON \n „
f i ,9^* NO. 10: "I would like
^ ask lf Mr - Dolin ever received
for P ubli shing calls for school
he receiVe that
ycars he hatl tl,e
WER: f " Th ? ei ght years Dolin :
bad t le county printing. iher e was no :
^ b °? warrants outstanding, but the
m ^ l* ad go °^ coId cas t 1 to pay and
^ /T?, s ¥ rel v took advantage of
t 1 shal l JP™ here a statement that
* ÂîTlÆ ." 6 "
pla< ? of receiving $300.90, Mr Dolin
rt 'j' lv ? d 5> urn of Seventy Four Thous
|q!c J^ f° un f y Panting.$15,210.25
Î2ÎS J° r County Panting. 34,000.00 !
11920 fn* - coun y printing. 8,02o!27
The Denver
In
m! ° r c ? unty f rintin g. 17.740.20;
Pfar/th '° r mere] * a statement, it is
^0° pai d 'oJVIr. Dolin, ami in the
y€ar p "L n 1923 ' //e cost of the financial '
OIIRTTm h ln OUIlty was 8l2 0 °"
QUESTION NO. 11 : "Did Mr
i re ^ eiVe $ 24 - 3 0 for 3,000
for '$9 00 ?® Wh<m his CClTltrac t called
ANSWER- "af
thouVafid ifVv, ^ the u rate of ?^.00 a
wmUnU' tba 9 u wbat y° u mean, it
Z H f 27 ' 00 ' and according
h^Tbe^n ¥*
r?
lS.52»« Weehre $70 0 ° ior 1 ' W »
u (he
Mr - Dolin pe""v4d linn m P 1t e T n '
also proved that th p He has
furnished^ this N U S
you can buy them mth//»if han
QUESTION NO n „
Session law over'Mr * L^n ^ 1917
what the maxim im « - ar8ea and see
law is for That TteS ■> " 6 al, ° Wed by
ANSWER: "That u
the law that Mr Dolin • been
the year following look,n ^ at
pulled $34 000 00 ouf Icfù oî en be
Couat y Treasury »° Ut ° f the Sheridaa
Now I uioL lu *.
—l-crÄ iÄ-sri
en
tt
your issue this week, so we can get
lour eyes set straight again.
Yours for a good eye sight,
A. T. LARSEN,
Gasoline production in
States established new high
in 1923, amounting to 7,555,945,143
gallons, 2.83 per cent increase over
1922.
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Great Falls—Rock v Mountain Oil
Co. organized with capitaliza ion of
$50,000.
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United
record
For
Protection
Against
Fire, Lightning, Cy
clone. Windstorm
Get a
POUCY
in
the
NORTH WESTERN
NATIONAL
For Rates
See "Jerry" the lit
tle agent.
Call or Address
G. G. POWELL
Plenty v/ood, Mont.
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"m
Tender
Juicy
Steak
Served in just the way
you like it best, and
with the side dishes that
add most to a good
Steak Dinner for only a
very Reasonable price.
you may choose
from any of the
other Dinners
low prices.
Or
many
at very
Elgin
POPESKU BROS., Prop.
*
Send for our free catalogue
before you dispose of ,,
hides. Have them tanned
exchanged into fur garments
or any kind of leather.
your
or
The Williston Tannery
Williston N. Dak.
15 CIS. per
ens at Bolster's*,^ T'* M
ety Wednesday <
Puces. ' ot highest
LB.
ev.
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& Bolst
ant
er
Plentywood, M
°ntana
Professional
Directory
WHE* IN
plentywood
Sta y at the
MONTANA II
A. T. LARSEN, Prop,
OLE'S DRAY
TEAM AND TRACK
Phone 133
HAUUNG
J- G. DEBING
Abstracter •
* PLENTYWOOD ABSTRACT CO. •
Office In Vollum Building. •
* Plentywood
Montana. *
ONSTAD & GREER
lawyers
Plentywood, Montana 1
HOWARD M. LEWS
LAWYER
HELLAND-STRAND
Undertaking Supplies, Embalming
and Hearse.
Plentywood, Mont.
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Johnson THE Abstractman *
* SHERIDAN COUNTY AB- *
* STRACT COMPANY *
* Only The Best Abstracts Of Title '
Plentywood, Montana
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A. C. ERICKSON
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Practice In All Courts
Plentywood, Montana
FUNERAL IRECTOR
LICENSE
W. L. BRUCE
Prompt attention given tt
city and out of town calls.
Lady Assistant. Herse
Residence Phone 165
Plentywood, Mont
barber sh° p
THE WHITE
For Better Service
Shaves 26c
Hair Cuts 60c
All other work at Proportionately
Baths
low prices.
Ladies' Massage
Shampo»
Hair Singe
LOUIS MOE, Prop
Make Your Headquarters
LELAND HOTEL
WHEN IN PLENTYWOOD
CONVENIENCES
MODERN
* ted *
* Electric Lighted Steam Hea ,
* GRAND VIEW HOTbL .
* 'The Travelers Home on the n ,
* PHILLIP BOURASSA. Pr P ,
* Rooms With Running »
* And Bath *
* Sample Room In Conner" .
* PLENTYWOOD, MONTA™ ,
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