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a j j u,r r h Holti Horry Knuäson an ' 1 n ine 1 .?to Bainville Thar i S j fishell and r- J-; . y . Kedstone Kevl ® w ;,'\ e 1 î t Thursday business at Dutlu k- > , v rLintr. PiAnfvwood i G* Christiansen ot . up Tuesday looking a • •' il, interests south ot tow • : ^Martin Skc.rdahl was a cou > - | ,:-7tor Tuesday. I 1 - 1 " Morin returned Wednesday «Missoula, whore he has been re medical treatment 'or - ome Mrs. Morin went to Bainville .he nun him. . : enphe. ... , Oto Wilberg of Underwood, wasn, w ho has been visiting with his no » - Wilberg arm * ,T for a week returned to h s v.-ne Wednesday. Sam Owanason, who nd> bet a Great Falls receiving medical treat ment for his eye, returned luesday. Xhc Farmers and the Imperial ele vators have both been equipped with new truck dumps this summer so as to k ready for the busy season this fall. They will both he able to dump j the trucks as they arrive and do „j with all the shoveling that had be done last fail. I The majority of the wheat in this section will he cut and shocked this week. There is some that is not quite ready, but on the whole there will be very little left after this week. The farmers find upon examination that the crop has not been hurt as badly as was predicted during the hot days we had in July. Mrs. Paul Kurtz anil Mrs. Peterson of Plentywood w ere up from Plenty - W ü d îu M irSt i 0f p th K,.rt e 7 ek and V rted with Mrs. L. r. Rurtz. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bergev of White tail, who have been visiting with rela lives m Iowa for the past month, were compelled to remain here Thurs day n'ß ht on account of the ram. j ountq Tews 1 %. MV » i REDSTONE the from cei'Tng t !,ne - i T «*cX' was up from Plenty j fl. a short visit Saturday. Hanson went to Plentywood lay to get >01116 repairs for Wedncsj Vic ei awav Thos. F. Clifford of Scohey, Harry P McConnel and Alf Fanning were business callers at Wm. Rumstick's Saturday. C. B. Bull was a visitor at the A. - A. Blase home Monday, Walt Cromwell and family were Cv Ulrich Ulnch Callahan is busy cutting T -Ï n S b 1 r0ther HerS u e1, , who is sick with blood poison in his leg. Charlotte Griffen was visitng with ner uncle and aunt and Mrs. Crossen n* n u Wm. Rumstck was transacting bus mess in Redstone Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Metzler and John Hails took in the show last u la -\, , , ® ham- McConnell was a Flax ville viutor Saturday, o.n. Clifford of Scobey* made a waness trip along the Wolf Creek V « "Ï Saturday- | Mr and Msr. Art Blase and Char owe Gnffen were dinner guests at u jM rs Sun<lay - «r. and Mrs. 1. E. Metzler were ov "T 0 *"• an<1 Mrs, Wm. Cromwell an took pictures of the tame coy- ; p ' un '> a y- ï ï, j™ Känmng was a caller at the | Tu j aome to get a hog crate wlf/r u.Jt Uomwe11 an,i Martin Miller Ttiil) Sacting husiuess in Flaxville "7 . I • c. Christianson of Plentywood ; ■ font ''5? after b ' s Tarm south of I jLj 6 ,f sda y* ; I ï weds are going dry ■ inr hi ' m' A1 bussing is water MnnH. 6 °- er to Simmons spring, i ™ Ham- u ^, ven ' n g Fred Fanning took m tii. j . ne l to Plentywood to doctor. trr.Td t h. , en . tyw °°d follow the Vttir A ii , We iss Cash Store, where • ur doH ar buys the LOOKOUT HILLS Sunday visitors at the borne. He-man I ? most. WOLF CREEK Eight met witk mt v ber tT, of the Ladies Club j Thursday and he afternoon away from 1 ■n and Mrs * and Mrs. families Walt Cromwell and ! Wm. were M; C rev well and in Reiistone Nt Ihursda r -V evening. iw ampbe11 ' evening. farm of tbe Kanning Thursday T E - Metzler and k»n Ihursilavf atte pded the show "rsDM y M Ve ? inp - ?ere in Ri!;rî nes and children Udle Met nC T burs day evening. Helen M a er , Vls,ted ^'eral days D. M J,, acInnes this week. chêckL nnes " as in town Sat Induce Assola r P tbe h 00 ^ 3 °f the I 6* Mrs Marv qT ff a new mana * I ^ Dla.-o *r ar > btratt I jj; ce that day. I and WmV Dan Campbell, ■ bosiness in'p^T 011 were trans " ^ning. " m Redstone Saturday Sn« ï aa d Mrs h t t* Ü^-erlSd^Ä and w as in Redstone on ev in was taking on Cy ■Nte Sat Mi i ly w er e f a t m °' Cowa n and Redston e Saturday ev S?^ HU A h daughi is quite sick a t 1 41 P&i UCcessf al f sÎ!£ ea nf 0lis Jl? Sed I H T ^hool hon p V me etmgs I *W eve ral car. J Sunday even I Ä 'T ho01 cüstrirî 6 Tu er from I ** to, th e ': tnc north of Plen I C' and rn v? s sen i ces. I ptone Mon,u ch,1(1 ren l«S^»î(»in, busiwss - were jîhJJ f Store in Hen. «sasw* «Sr to Mr. * V were in _ MEDICINE LAKE I L. S. koser spent the week end CarfNeÄÄed a carload of new wagons the first of- the week. I Mrs. A. J. Plaisance has accepted 1 position as saleslady in the Edw. | store. i Saturday M Ä MtoZd other eastern points. ' William Bates is the chief engineer at the H ^ ht P lant during the absence of Mr - Galenske. Miss Dove'in Morin returned Friday i from St ' Louis * where she has been' | s itng for the past two months. , Wllard Markuson returned Tuesday ! mornng from Ncche, N. D., where he has been playing ball this season. j Romeo and Edward Borley are in. Canada tlvs week where the latter is i looking afer harvesting cue rations on i(hisfarm> - Mr and Mls j 0 . Johnson drove ' tQ yvilliston Monday where they took thd (laU ghtce , Ruth, to consult Dr. i Can, the celebrated specialist. I Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Olson returned the latter part of last week from their month's tour during which they 'sited the parks and other places of interest. * John Powers> who has been a st at tibe Edw. Powers home for the past week and loowing after his interests bere> j e ft Monday for home. Ed. companied him a s far as Bainville. Mr. Christensen, who has been om ployed by the school board as janitor for the ensuing vear> be his duties the first of the mont h and is busy m£dcbl g rcpa i rs and "dolling'' up the bui iding in preparation for the ouen-' infÇ G? scboo i next montb * Xhe city dads met in regu iar ses sion Monday evening with all mem berg presOTt- Amoag other matters they declared war on all uogs which are not adorned vvith the neC essary license tag . Better b a license * bid " Fidc " good-bye. ' Mr and Mrs Christofferson of Ar litta Wash who have beeft ts t the Bennie Benson hom£ . for K the ^ ten dayg> left Wednesda for N J rth Dakota, where they will visit rela tives before returning home. Mr ,. Ness and fthi i dren> who have been gues t s a t the home of her par ents > Mr - and Mrs - J - G. Wigmore, f or tbe past two weeks left Saturday f or their home at Glasgow, They were acc0 mpanied by Mrs. Wigmore Mr and Mrs WillGalenske, accom pan i ed by their daughters, Ruth and Mrs Joh ^ K undra left Sunday mom vi ac new Hudson for the Twin Cities and other Minnesota oblts . where they will visit relatives. Medcine Lake was well represented Brush Lake last Sunday where the largest attendance in its history, had gathered to witness the main attrac t;°n. the bâll game between Scohey and Williston. Scobey won the hard fought game by one score, G to Toiièv Russell, formcv Medicine Lake twirler, performed on the mound for! game t0 and an b d ut for^ne a . 7° nderful f,t.7î?h and bu r.. r,ne bad ,nn iug» wou,d have defeated the big end t0 ^ n ' The first of the week quite a num_ ber of threshing rigs pulled out and ere this issue reaches our readers, threshing will be general. The re ports of the yield of the grain thresh d at , this writing are encouraging, Rye is going from ten to fifteen and wheat from eight to twelve. There o—"» "■'«h j'iclus «» of 20 to 25 bushels in this' vicinitv and the belief is that the general av-1 erage will run ten bunhels or better, Ruth Swenning of Plentywood was ^ eek end guest of Alice Johnson, Neils Christensen and wife of Dag n^ ar left Thursday for an extended visit to California. R. J. Belisle was in town last week end reported the arrival of a baby girl at bis home on July 23rd. Mrs- Emil Christensen returned Wednesday from Minot, N. D., where she recently underwent an operation Dr. J. L. Stephens went to Willis tun Tuesday where he met Mrs. Stephens who arrived from Minne apolis. They returned Wednesday. Edw. Stubban returned today from Shelby, whe e he has been for the past week in the interest of the Sher idan Countv Collection Agency. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Kilgore and son Douglas of Scobey spent a couple of days hc-e visiting Mrs. Kilgore's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pumalo. wheat from eight to twelve. , *2, be ® OT 2 e . whea . t yields in vicinity | I X i' Idle Hour Pool Hall • • ❖ < • « • When in Plentywood we invite your patronage. We V, have a full line of CIGARS and SOFT DRINKS— «I three tables for Pool and Billiards. Geo. Wright, Prop. < Montana ; Plentywood « BAYER ASPIRIN" and INSIST 1 u SAY Unless you see the "Bayer Cross" on tablets you are not getting the genuine Bayer Aspirin proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians 24 years foe Headache Neuralgia Lumbago Rheumatism Colds Pain Toothache Neuritis only "Bayer' ' package which contains proven directions. Schmitz, wife and sister Luc y» accompanied by the latter's of the ir brothers. S. C. Faaborg has the credit c.f hauling the first load of new wheat to town this fall. This wheat yielded 'S* ! S' 63 P °"" dS ' '** * Pr0Uto Dr. _Th<v. Morrow and wife of Sco hey visited here a short time Sunday while enroute to Wolf Point. They Iwr-re accompanied from here by Dr. Wm. Morrow who returned T'rursdav The Congregational Ladies Aid served supper in the City Hall Thurs dav evening, which was generously Patronized and as usual the ladies hved up to their reputation of serv ins a sumptuous meal. . Professor Walter May and wife ar "X ed by car Monday from Platteville, ,Wis. They have leased the Umbreit residence, where after a two weeks' v,s t w oIf Point, thy will take up their abode. There have been several reco-d runs mad e Do™ Williston hv local driven this season, but last Monday, J. O. Jobn3 <> n mad- a record wiVi his autr. Tbis w 11 doiM stand unbeatable for some time, his record being ex actly one hour and twenty-eight min utes * tract will make Mr. Sparling detri butor for this section including Sher ldan and the eastorn part of Roose ve m. c T ty ' i , . , , Th . e fire ala ™ s , ounded Wednesday evening and the department made ™ n th ,° !? 0 ^ h town Y ,here î he Fra ? k f nderson barn wa « mg The fire was put out quickly ^ da ™ a S e - . ^ The no . rth bound P ass enjçer tram of the morning set the prairie a fire and the strong wind blowing from the "^.carried it drectly towards town, Volunteer workers extnguished it. but not until it had caught in a du»ip andlit was sparks from this that cau ® b t the Anderson barn, X i| r-, ! ( ÈTïOTl r* fWllYYt i J. vJflÂfTl ' ^>+**********4^^ CHARI F Y WF^ITPHAI LHAKLtY WEb 1 PHAL W. Cooper, representing the Oak land Automobile Co., was here Thurs day, arranging the 1926 contract with Harry Sparling. The new con The ; p roduc€rs News Plentvwoofi ' Dear CrmradeQ , j ust ' £ lines to let von know 5.V -al. , y k ^ ***** fS2 e ™iu![ lttl f plea8ure an ^ etj aad th? a^nle! of°mv a farp V anH stomach, and eye?, too. Dear old Lake Erie se«ms like a Paradise at this sea. son and t he sound of the steamboat whistle sounds like a welcome greet lug from a long lost friend. I Adolph and I were at Put In Bay Island August 1 with a picnic party of relatives and friends. We met an ' old friend in the park who worked for us in Montana in X912, Melvin Gun derson. He was known about Plenty | wood for about two years. He proved u P a «omesieau in cne uienrana coun I try later. He is at present in k he Ford plant at Detroit, doing his bit building dice boxes that .shake, rattle and roll over. I was very, very sorry indeed, to learn that the heat wave hit dear old Montana so hard, and did so much harm and short-changed my working friends, who till the soil. The workers must unite and stop the frost, hail, drouth and hot winds and the wheat for Shylock. With best wishes and greetings to all Producers News readers, I will close. P. S.—You will please send paper at least once a week to the fol lowing address: 508 West 3rd St., Port Clinton, Ohio. end of the car on the left side, sir, I slept in it last night. URE AND COMFORT Port Clinton, Ohio. August 8, 1925. ___ up a homestead in the Glentana j try later save C. W. WESTPHAL. mv DIDN'T HE KNOW. Passenger: — (As train stops) What's the matter conducior?'' Conductor:—"Hot box." Passenger:—"The last berth at the HIGH QUALITY WHEAT 1 • , ; | tort'df fe ' j south of G^sgow Wednesday j ! ^ lch showed a ^T 25 5?nt pro u 6m c ? n ,* SÎ,«o.ÎÏÎi 8 - wheat 1 T e ^ n X or jj a e ?. n . vn]1 i d havp P V uw r '' tÄ» a bushel, according *° * bc commissIon rm ma ng the \ a * ' ' « ^ ^ an he bit test. ' ROOSEVELT COUNTY AGENT URGES SUMMER FALLOWING TO BOOST ACREAGE YIELD ___ ! Wolf Point.—As a result of this 1 i I vT'l '/7m Ï ( 1 1<? n A / S A A* LIFE INSURANCE just barely "getting by" your'e simply protect--;; ing your creditors. 1 It's right and proper to do that but what of tjk, wife and baby who might some day be widow and orphan? If you are ❖ ❖ LIFE INSURANCE will take! care of all these and give you peace of mind at the same time. Investigate it! "There is no substitute for safety" Farmers & Merchants State Bank Mont Plentywood, "Tb.re la Ho Substitute Vor Safety.*' O lu PUBUC SUE u m u o u noiiioni3iii3m3»i3ina»iania>iiamstnoinQinoiiiantsiii3iiiain3iiianisl m I WILL OFFER FOR SALE AT MY RESIDENCE, 15y 2 MILES SOUTH OF REDSTONE, AND 1V 2 MILES NORTH OF WANSO, THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY: Thursday, August 20 ■ö Ö SALE WILL START AT 1:00 P. M. . FREE LUNCH SERVED • ; ö I Household Goods 1 Melotte CreamSeparator, 750 Lb. Capacity 1 Kitchen Range 1 Heating Stove 1 Kerosene Heater Machinery 1 Disk Harrow 1 Peoria Grain Drill 2 Five Section Wooden Boss Harrows 1 Deering Five-Foot Mower 1 12-ft. McCormick Hay Rake 1 Garden Cultivator 1 Wagon and Hay Rack 1 Jumper 1 Light Buggy with Shafts 1 Light Buggy With Pole Harness 2 Sets Harness 1 Saddle 1 Steel Shod Stoneboat Horses 8 HORSES (some broken, some not) 1 SADDLE PONY s. Cattle 12 HEAD OF CATTLE l . 2 . TERMS: All sums of $25.00 and under, cash; all sums over $25.00 on good bankable paper pay able O c tober I st and drawing ten per cent interest until paid. 10 per cent discount for cash. — I 7 Ö « IO H. L. CALVERT, Owner \Q i n G AUCTIONEER: LEONARD HOLDEMAN CLERK: PAUL KURTZ Q u o m : Ql niciu;iii:mcnicmciiicmcnicnicii!cincii>cnicnictiiciii;iiiciiicni3iii3iir3iii:nicuicH!iëïïÎ3îr season's experience County Agent M n v,i p « mlc Vu a t m ,n« tL ë plagte elimfnate" 61 ' county are Planning to eliminate nearly as possible spring and fall Pawing from their farm programs and wil1 depend on summer fallow «•"> ^ *- «-» -I ' more as <► |t > < • 1 > o ► *b annual * tree Coé I" < ► ■ > i Thousands of tons i of coal given away! i\~ 'Së o READ about the general free coal offer in or Coun m 7 k ■ ' this week s Saturday Evening Post try Gentleman—then stop in and let us give d you details of the local Heatrola Free Coal ; Club that's forming here at the store. * It costs only $2 to enroll, yet membership I brings you: W l M *'•4 , .► 1 r \ 1. 2 tons of Lignite coal—with out cost to you. 2. An Estate Heatrola—deliver ed wherever you wish. You can complete payment on easy, convenient terms. : \ 1 ;; 0 j ;; Estate Heatrola is the new-day way of home 0 Ml ;; heating. More efficient than a furnace, easier ; ; co operate, and much easier on the coal sup ; ; ply. It looks like a ha ndsome mahogany ;; cabinet, and is installed in one of the living ;; rooms—wherever there is a handy flue con ■ ne c tion. r Vlj » fi ;; Thousands, in every section of the country " will banish old stove bother this winter for o Heatrola's furnace comfort. Come in— learn all about this modern heating plant-. Let us give you, too, the full particulars of our generous FREE COAL offer. V o 39 *'i <► u ac êMütsr HEATROLA ♦ ♦ ♦ PETERSON COMPANY Plentywood, Montana grain crops. This season has demon strated more sharply than ever be fore the advantage of summer tilled land ove'r either fall or spring plow ing for small grain crops. Mr. Noble points out that 10 years of experi ment station data prove both spring and fall plowing inferior to summer tilled methods in point of profitable returns. It has also been found thât balanced farm program such as results from cropping part of the land eaoh year results in an economic al distribution of labor and a better handling of farm by-products and livestock.