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OUTLOOK. from over s Tuesday. was Stephens '.v*V Su * 1 • — 00 — Comertowr, from ^ W ednesday. Torno, bush'" —oo— F. D is on nere t . r . 0 n of Flaxville hotel this week. J Am at the an Rich; 1 attended the a Saturday evening. c/ Plentywood, was , -s Friday. dnm Fl> Op a in Out visit :d )ly y Sunday. I from Minot, w c ; r f) l* made £ busi ]a t Monday. ,s in voo« La; i onu the passed in Outlook. Bantz of Plen • on Tuesday. G ge : ,1 Mrs. do a business trip turday. F.ml ;UT . i*l ntywood or business. p W, Nu ll oi Thursday on —00 - v Neste made a business trip . 'pi.d-v.vood on Wednesday of last PK —OO and Nelli * daughter Plentywood , lutty shopping u" inesday. on in grown, c.f the Montana Child here on Wednesday s home w 0 f lab w n k. —00— Rinquist left for F. -u.- Falls, Minnesota, on Monday last week. —oo— McIntosh drove to Flaxton, N. D.'in the Chrystler Six after William haetfsegger. oo— Robin Br.vd Robinson and Olive drove up from Daleview Wed nesday. —— 00 "— Kugene Huntley of Daleview was re on Thursday looking after busi ness matters. —00— !'. W. Rupgsegger left for Chicago Friday with a car load of cattle and ro'unrd Sunday. —-oo— Miss Gladys Wold attended com- nr ment exercises in Plentywood Friday evening. —oo— Miss Gladys Banlz is visiting at th; homo of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Gar rick. —0 ,T— Harvey Wunderlich of Paisley Brook. Canada, was in town on Tues of last week. — 00 — L D. Stottard of Minneapolis was in town Monday and Tuesday on business. —oo— 0. Hatfield from Alkabo, N. D„ passed Wednesday night in town on d- way to Scobey after some horses. Mr?. Ray Void and baby left for Wj'ipn. S. D., on Monday to join Mr. ' Clf l "ho is farming there. n, » • — 00 — i he two Misses Craig and Larson ar 'i Mrs. Larson attended the Com roencement exercises at the Orpheum in Plentywood Friday evening. ^*BBEa 0 HBBB*BH*BB*Bi ELEVA >.uly TOR COMPANY OF OUTLOOK — 00 — have just completed our annual audit and find that | vi11 he issuing a good DIVI 'LND this year. How much 1 ( i in what manner will be de CKed the Annual Stockhold ^ * meeting, the date of which he announced in the next is ÎÜÎ of the OUTLOOK PROMOT and we ER. nr, „ " a * ,c E for the date EE SURE TO attend. —00 T - J - LARSON, Manager S T. FAUCETT, M. D. Physician & Surgeon Office at Community HOSPITAL Outlook, Montana the outlook promoter VOLUME IV Number 33 OUTLOOK, SHERIDAN COUNTY. MONTANA, FRIDAY, May 30, 1924 Miss Nina M. Ford of Redstone passed the week end at her home i Outlook. in '*!• k. Donavon, of Minneapolis, im j plcm nt man was here on Friday of j lr.s: week. —oo— A. E. Clesc.n, insurance agent of Minot, N. D., was here on business I on Friday. Mrs j —oo— Mabel Tutty left Wednesday lor inbunc, where she was called by the illness of her mother. i —OO Urs. T utty and Nellie were in I Plentywood on Saturday of last week i on business. Josla week end at 1 Corkery passed home in Raymond. •mo returned tc Outlook on,Tuesday, -nn — • J. Larson, Professor Lundahl 1 Chest :r Ford attended the Mason b: lodge meeting at Redstone Friday. —oo— Miss Lillian Corkery, of Raymond, visited our town on Friday of last week. the 1L 1' —OO Miss Olivo Robinson of Whitetail was in town Thursday and Friday to ^"ke the eighth grade examinations given here. iu —oo— John Cavanaugh, Raymond Walker, Melvin Britzke and Fern Nau drove Scchey on Tuesday of last week and back on Wednesday. —oo The father of Mrs. Christ Wagnild loft for his home at Kenmare Thurs day after a lengthy visit with his daughter. -00 Melvin Britzke passed Sunday at his home in Dooley taking in' the , Ra >™ ond (lance on ' his ' va y <lo ' vn Sat - - 00 - Messrs. Charlrs and Edward Cav anaugh were in Outlook over the week end from their reservation home south of Redstone. Misses Marii Lund ,Effie Boe. and Verna Goodlaxon and Mr. Frank Lund drove to Raymond to the dance Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ostby c.f Plentywood drove to Outlook on Friday of last week where Mrs. Ostby began her music class in piano playing at the school. Mr. and Mrs. Opgrand of Plenty wood, Mr. and Mrs. Larson of Heme - stead and Miss Louise Craig were entertained at dinner Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Larson of Outlook. Among those from Outlook who attended the- dance at .Raymond Sat urday evening were; Melvin Britzke, Bert M. Hamilton, Walter Dickinson, Donald Garrick, Ray Stoner, Keith Garrick and Carl Johnson. _ - / ' 1 OUTLOOK CAFE MRS. DECK, Prop. MEAL AT ALL HOURS Distributor of TROYERS BREAD formerly handled by Mr. Carroll. PRICES THE VERY CHEAPEST A % % •I* % ¥ % •Î 4 % £ V % __ % ❖ jç % % <4 *| 4 Ä * Y X 4 T 4 4 21 4 4 *î* 4Î*"**-. 4Î44Î* *♦♦♦♦♦ »j44t44j«j44j4>j+4j4+j44j44*«j«j«'*4j4*j»4*44t44j«j4+j, % I RADIO OUTFITS $26.00 and up MARTIN HOMME, Jeweler : % f t ¥ 4Î. V ♦ •I« î Ä ; I We take orders for : x ¥ ■ T 4> Farm Seeds — phone 18 * X t t t t A complete line of Harness and Harness Goods See the Aluminum-ware Display I t ♦i 4 I I % 4 t ❖ +^ 4 ~ï***<******^*^^>^f**<*<**** t ♦> t fine line Congoleum Rugs % Z ♦♦♦ V : t I t and Mensco - full line t Alabastine % ❖ t ¥ F. G. Mills & Co A X h e 4 OUTLOOK, MONTANA ♦r. ^F❖♦Î44^^♦4•❖4^<»4^♦-^♦^^ 4 •■^ 4 Î 44 Î M Î 4 ^ 44Î4 ^ V % i rl iNimillv 7i i ! A 1 Vfj I 1 ; 1 1 ! i j J « I ^ S J rÆ j 1 Pupils neither absent nor tardy 1 during the past month: Sixth Grade Pearl Wunderlich, Theresa Wag ner, Alice Grove, Helen Miller. Seventh Gradvi Evelyn Larson, Esther Walters, : Ruben Wollan, Clarence Ec.e. ! The following are those who had a perfect spelling record for month: the Sixth Grade Theresa Wagner, Anna Lund, El len Grove, Helen Miller, • Seventh Grade Gordon FauceH. On May 9th, a Mothers' Day pro gram the Primary ; by the- first, second and third grades, 1 The room was decorated with flowers j and about 25 visitors were present, The children had made white and red paper carnations which were passed tiie visitors, each choosing thç color they desired. j i I Y îs y ear * ; the y ear because of illness. i Vernon Nelson has left school for He is unable to complete On May 14th. the Starbrites and I Brownies entertained the Sunbeams I with a party. Cake, sandwiches and i 1 pickles were served. The Sunbeam class is reading in the "Easy Road to Reading" Second I reader. The pupils of the primary depart I I ment have taken several nature study ! 1 trips in and about town. ! On May 1st, Audrey Grubbs left j us, her parents moving tc, Plentywood i where she will complete the school year. Read the Ads in the Producers News. • ! I : . nr /^i • cn- • a.. • i i Mrs. Clair Stoner is getting along, nicely after a siege of illness. | I i I j 1 I Mrs. Nick Krauss and family were ïÂSÂ'i. ! town Tuesday looking aft^r the du-: ties of Jii§ office. . .. Editor A. R. Butler of the Froid Tribune, was a Medicine Lake visit* or last Saturday. ! IvIr - ^ice'Ofth^Stice Motor Com- j pany of Williston was here Tuesday with a new brand of auto, the Chrys le D?. 1 X D. W. Morrow, dentist, left for Wolf Point Wednesday afternoon, i where he will be engaged in dental work for a couple of months. 1 Grenora won from Medicine Lake here Sunday by a score of 6 t p 2. It was a fine game although the weath- j er was too cold for the best exhibi- j tion of the national pastime. W. J. Hudson, of Luverne. N. D., arrived Thursday morning and will accept a position as salesman in H. j Sparling's Hardware store. Dr. T. A. Morrow of Wolf Point, who stopped here last week while en route to Scobey has entered into a partnership with Dr. Collinson of that place. One of our early settlers of Medi j cine Lake, Ted Senecal, was over j with the Grenora team Sunday. Ted j has always been loyal to his home j ball team wherever he is located. [ When in Plentywood remember the j slogan; "boycott the boycotters." See j their names on the front page. j Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Miller left Wed ! nesday by auto for Lamoure, N. i in answer to a telegram received that 1 the lady's sister, Mrs. Fristien, had i been seriously injured in an accident. ; Will and Paul Hueth are at work j taking down the old J. O. Johnson j barn which has been purchased by Mr. C. H. Bates and from which ma terial he intends to build a garage. Mrs. Raleigh Gentry who is sick at the Lodahl hospital, received a bsau tiful bouqust of flowers Thursday from the Rebekah Lodge at Froid. ! Mrs. Gentry's health has not improv i eel within the past week. I Mrs. George Charlesworth, who I was one c.f the Degree of Honor ' guests to the state convention of the ; Grand Lodge at Billings, returned j home Saturday. After the conven tion she went to Sheridan, Wyoming, to visit relatives. So far this week the weather has ' been fine and cool. The fields are green with the growing grains. The ground has never been in better con dition in this part of the state. Pros I pects for good crops .are very favor ; able. Thursday afternoon and even j ing we had a nice rain which is an i othe r benefit to the growing crops. OUTLOOK HOSPITAL NOTES Mrs. A. Th Larsen returned to her home at Plentywood Monday. White in up and about after a long and serious illness. Mrs. StapLton gave birth tc. a baby boy Tuesday morning. Cecil Garrick who has been ill with pneumonia went home Monday. The Hovdey child is very, ill with M pneumonia. Mrs. Schultz, who has been ill, left for her home yesterday (Tuesday). AROUND THE COUNTY Taken From Our Exchanges. MEDICINE LAKE j | D., ANTELOPE Willie Grayson has been on the sick list the past week suffering with a severe attack of the flu and sore j throat. Mrs. Selmer Aspelund and little daughter spent a fey/ days the fore part of the week visiting friends and. relatives at Plentywood. Ed. Gits, auditor for this division of the Monarch Lumber company, I who makes his home at Wolf Point, called at the local yard Friday of last week. Ed. Sunderland stopped farming operations a short time Thursday af ternoon and drove into towm for re pairs and supplies. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Richardson and little son returned the last of the week from Washington where they ihave made their home during the past two years. Mr. Richardson has been working in the apple orchards in the Yakima Valley and reports the fruit crop badly damaged by the late frost. They are visiting at the Frank Loutzenhiser home, the par ents of Mrs. Richardson, south of town. Mrs. H. L. Larson and Helen left for Rochester, Minn., Thursday after noon where Mrs. Larson will consult a specialist in regard to her health, She will then visit her c.ld home at Glenwood and relatives at Minneapo lis before returning. The Hoven Grain company has pur-| chased a delivery truck for its in-| creasing oil business at this point and Reserve where they also operate a : station. They will deliver oil to the business places and farm hc.mes. The tank is divided into three compart ! meats and will carry over 300 gallons! Ed. Fredericks returned Wednesday from the southern part of the state I where he had been called on business. A. P. Van Vorst was up from Re serve Thursday a few hours. A numbers of the boys attended Masonic lodge at Plentywood Wed nesday night. * Jake Hanson of Coalridge was in with a load of 1923 wheat Thursday, The big county grading outfit pass ed through town Thursday afternoon j bound for the south end of the coun ty where they will begin grading roads. Sheriff Salisbury was in town Thursday afternoon on official busi to the filling. ness. County Agent Ostby stopped in Antelope Tuesday evening on his re turn from Homest:ad where he had been on business in connection with th-> affairs of bis office Mi=s L Brown and Miss E Butter worth, members of the tear, hing staff durine the t j rms which closed left Monday for St. Ignatus, Mont., where they will spend the summer vis,-tine relatives end friends. Both Miss Brown ami Miss Bu.tervvortli w.il re- j tun, of the Antelope school this fall. John Grayson made a trip into the Dagmar and Reserve territory Tues day buying hogs and cattle Nets Sorenson is remodeling his home in the Dagmar country He is hauling the material from Antelope. ; c A Foster atM , Miss Edna spent _ fpvv i lonva . Pnnr ,tv =pnt Moo a few hours at the county seat Mon- . da £„ 4.1 t . j, i i , Why not plan o go to the local cemetery May 30th, for a fewhoura and he| P "P the spot a bit Ev eryone could spend a little time. Let s get together and ta Ik i-over T , h * e if 1 '"« 1 , Villi" lit. „nize those who patronize you. Shun tr places of the B,entywoml j|rs. E. Courtney, accompanied by Mrs. Êhlers and two daughters, who have snent th a winter here left Mon f i av a ffp rnnfm ' Courtnev will Paul ^ other ' Minnesota and North Da k ta nn ; n to whiU Mrs Ehlers and daU g h ters nlan to make' their home in pf 0 yed Ul Mf ' EhlerS 18 em ' p y . ... .. DpncToVi? KLlMUA£i Dr. Healy of Flaxville was a Red stone visitor Monday. Jack Wagner and Gene Huntley if i ; | 1 ! ; j r Merchant's The Business Getter ■7 s. ■ ufm* r ; J r?m l I Y v qüR pa b = 4éû Here's something new, we have for you, To help your advertising; The best in art, to do its part In all your merchandising. When you need cuts, no "ifs" or "huts Will help your ad look better; So We've installed a Service called The Merchant's Business Getter. »> (4 >» The cuts are fine (for every line), The copy full of vigor; When ads get trite, this service bright Will free it of all rigor. The Producers y News Daleview were transacting business, here Monday. Mrs. Dalas Matkin went to the hos pital at Plentywood last Saturday to receive medical treatment, Mrs. and Mrs. Baldur Jensen were Plentywood visitors Tuesday, Mrs. Potter and Lillian Alberts left Tuesday for Centralia, Washing ton where Mrs. Potter will visit with the families of Geo. F. Alberts and Dell Potter. Henry Knudson w'as a county seat business visitor Tuesday. Quite a number from here autoed to Plentywood Susday to see Plen tywood take Dooley into camp in teir first game of the season. Score 2 to 4 in favor of Plentywood. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Hanson and Irma and Blariche Proffitt were Sco bey visitors Suncfey. ! i County Superintendent Emma j Crone was up from Plentywood : Wednesday visiting our schools. County Assessor Aspelund was up j from the county seat a couple of days this week assessing the village prop erty. IK. O. Carlson was transacting [ | business at Plentywood Thursday afternoon. j R. D. Coughlin and L. C. Lindeman of Scobey made a short stop here to day while on their way home from Plentywood where they had been Ao j meet the insurance adjuster who was j in Plentywood adjusting the claim of the Westland Oil Co., w r ho suffered a loss at their station there last Satur- ! day. j - ! Wolf Creek ! . ! ^ , ! r, V°. un ^ a . n< .l Miss Lo-j ^We*werfin îhe „SST P 0 ~ eman College were in the neigh Ä"«" LaB^ssier th e ladief instructions for and ' demonstrated the making of (tress . A gir l s sewing dub was or ; d ^ , h (ollo * inK mem bers: 1 j Ertner , Bessie Pace, Helen! c , Hazel g kei and Miss Hatfield. I Miss Riborg Bentson was chosen for , , f th K , h A bov > s CO m club c , Tgani2 ed with the following it 1 n , , Burton Davonpoit, piesident, Lewis Ca]vert> vice-president; Wm. Macln nés, sec. and treasurer. Jim and Joe Ha fi . lrf LawrenC e Ertner, Arthur Swanson, John Pace Jr., and Willard French. These clubs are good things f f b , oy9 and gir l s £ they help tr , make lile y m „re interesting and at the same time the members acquire a lot of usc f"' ™w°Iso We niei1 ■ via ! l ting Wlth her dau S ate r Mrs - w -j L a wr e ïl ce . Charles Campbell and Be J^t Swa ^ ard drove some cattle to Redstone Saturday for Mr GcJterman | ®Jr. and Mre. Dan Campbdl. D ^ e MacInnes aad . son , William were I transacting business in Redstone Sat Plenty ofreal estate changed hands during the heavy wind storm Satur day> \ visited at the H. J. j Sunday having driven some , over to put in Mr. Nakken's herd, Dan Campbell and Wm. MacInnes Nakken home cattle MELLON LAX ON ENFORCEMENT SAYS PINCHOT DD , vro CPDI niTC A vî>'5o, tadv nr tdfjÎ citwv **" 1AKY Or IKhAsUKi . . Springfield, Mass.,May 12. Assail ir |£ President Nichols Murry Butler °* Columbia university as a nullifier °j. th e prohioition law and Secretary °* the 1 reasury Andrew W. Mellon as an °P ea * e , ^ 10 Jl a tion Gov ß^nor Gilrcrd Pmchot of Pennsyhva nia brought 3,000 Methodists to their ^ eet i n . "did applause at the men's convention here Sunday. The secre tary has publicly defended conditions which our whom people know to be scandalous in the extreme, Gc.vern or Pmchot s aia, He has publicly denounced the proposal to let in the light on the federal enforcement ser vl Yr . Declaring law enforcement to be greatest moral issue now' before the American people, Governor Pmchot asserted that it was time for wie moral forces of America to attack |die foes of the prohibition law* Federal enforcement service had fail e <L he said. It should be taken out thru politics and ^^ e I _|,M uar . 1 P errn ^ system. The failure of the _ enforcement s , ervic< r * s sometimes claimed to mean that the eighteenth _ammendment has failed. Governor Pmchot continued. means nothing of the sort. The laW haS not failad * N ,^ oIaS ?T ray Butler and other nullifiers of the la r t0 the n ° twithsta J dül g: ch îm SnÂÆ" Meta Ch " rKe aKamSt becretar >' Mcllon ' > | ; j , - 1 ssjyss to set the situation of this country 1 right." Governor Pinchot told the j Methodists, after Bishop William F. ]yj c B owe ll of Washington, D. C., had | Produced him as a "believer in God 1 and the friend of all good men" •• "His opposition to the investi gation of enforcement," he said,, will direct public attention and the attention of £he investigating committee to the fact hat Mr. Mellon was part owner of many thousands of barrels of Overholt whisky when the eighteenth am mendment went into effect, to the fact that as late as March 31, of this year, he was, on the authori ty of Senator Reed of Pennsyl vania still interested \in the pro ceeds of this whisky when, from the Overholt warehouse, near Pittsburg, whicih led to the in dictments ,were squashed and the men responsible were never pun ishd." ■ Producers News $3.00 year. I Victor Proffit, aprominent citizen of Redstone, was a business visitor to Plentywood on Monday, Advertise where it pays—circula tion 2,000 every week.