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ews K » REDSTONE ipn.en was transacting , t J the county seat Friday. Maffeie Jones and daughter * . .1, here from Bonners called .here by the sud Ferr> i'e!th ol' her father John Flair Balder m. bus» Mr: I ina Monday- stopped her Thurs W*U B t - 3!th two track loads of " material formerly used by I- armer at County Mr. Tipton will start r at Glentana. Stahlberg of Karlstad, left that place last March hiking to the Pacific coast, „ hej-t visit in Redstone Tues ® a,C He wa* headed for Outlook vS' u« will visit some brothers and ^during the harvest and. threÿ hefore continuing his - Sheridan pientywood a new pap* John A. Mine who the season journ e >a n<J Samuel Smith g p a k, arrived here Satur r*' a will visit with Mrs. Smith's „Jfe Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bucklm. ^Herb Holt and Mrs. Gilmore Peter J were called to their home at Milan, Minn., by the serious illness 0 f their father. Mr. and Mrs. S. Sunday in of Mi Selby day P. Cornelious viewing the crc.ps autoed . fourni Outlook, Raymond, Plenty f ood Wellivev, Wanso and Wolf valley. The crops varied the the best grain south of Redstone. Lite a bit of new gram has been in this week. Some of the Sner< are heading and threshing ;r in the fields. The most c.f U re .retting better returns than calculated they would. _ V, v • • Robert Hails, whose home is in Wisconsin, arrived here Saturday ana helping Dan Campbell with his harvesting. 4 Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Maclnpess am. and daughter Helen were in Redstone and Flaxville Saturday afternoon. Several from here attended churoh Two Free Sunday morning. The Sunday school hour has been changed to two o clock in the a *tei and there will also be preaching -ervice every other Sunday at three o'clcck in the afternooan. Rev. L., Ro 5? of \Velhver preached last oun-, . ay and Rev. \\ inters spoke a ^non while. The school house was crowded for both Sabbat .1 school and church Mr. and Mrs. John I ace were Redstone they WOLF CREEK s. ■ r transacting business in Wednesday. M. Callister is looking up some cattle as he expects to ship from Redstone next Thursday. H. B. French was a Redstone caller Monday. Mrs. D. M. Maolnnes and children vent to Plentywood Monday where they had some dental work attended ta One of Bill Cromwell's tame coy ote? got out and ate up about a dozen chickens and a turkey so Bill put the hound wi it and killed it. trouble galore as it about keeps him busy keeping the range horses out of his crops. lit will not be long nc.w until the hum of the thresher will be heard once more in the land, as harvest is nearly over with. Jack Burke has been helping Jim j Cowan cut wheat. I Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Burke were Bedstone callers Tuesday. Bill has MEDICINE LAKE Dilley and Geo. Borley trans acted business at Plentywcod Mon day. G. E. Fulkerson and John Lee 'fiade a business trip to Grenora Thursday. 1- J. Throbridge returned last 'wk from a visit with relatives at Bottineau, N. D. % Mr?. Wm. Powers and children of Hainrille are guests this week of Mr. Mrs. Edward Powers, eo Francis, manager of the Lake Mercantile, made a business trip to nertywood Monday afternoon. lam- Hiort accompanied by Miss A >11 of Kenmare, visited at the of the formers parents Sunday. . Roman Borley returned Tues ' rom a weeks visit with Mrs. Wigmore at Wolf Point. Usey Lynnis, of Dawscaa, Minn., oere last week and has ac * position with tihe Sparling. and Mrs. Bucholtz and family ^med last Friday from a months here *---n OH 600 DV GOODV : SOUNDS LIKE MV SHEIK ALREAOV — V - ON TH' BACK POBCH J TA' irn I if ves ELEANOß LÜLK.b N ''u- be 0 iiNOUR V COME TO MAMA OAPLINe AN' GIVE HEß. A NICE . 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Toots Reynen left for Archer the ^ rs t 0 f the week where he took charge of an elevator and will buy ffrain this fall Xels Hjort and wife of Kenmare, p. )Were here over Sunday visit j ng . at ^ jjjddie Hjort home north 0 f town. Mrs. R. D. McHugh and children 0 £ Culbertson returned home Tues ( j a y a fter a few days visit at the C. j p oe borne. Winters entertained the Misses. Alice Johnson, Marge Mar kuson, Frances and Katherine Gorm ley at home Wednesday evening. The first shipment of cattle to leave Medicine Lake this fall, went out last Thursday, the local shippers vrere Mr. Wise and A. I. Quint, sev train. The cattle w r ere shipped to eral others from Soo made up the the Chicago markets, Mrs. Simon C. Faaborg returned last week from an extended visit. Mr. and Mrs. Faaborg left late in May by car for a visit with friends and Mr. Faaborg's parents in Clinton, Iowa. Mr. Faaborg returned several weeks ago, Mrs. Faaborg remaining at Peaceful Valley Ranch near Medora, N. D., where she spen f month with her mother, Lucia C. Olson, who is at home for the sum mer from Honolulu, Hawaii. W. F. Galenzke and family and Mrs. John Kudrna returned Tuesday from their ten days visit with rela tives in Minnesota. Paul Mr. Galenzke ordered some much needed repairs for the engines in the* light plant. The Rev. Frost of Dagmar left recently for an extended visit to his old home in Denmark. His pulpit is being filled during his absence >CAI «■ While in St. Rev. H. C. Strandskoy of Hutcheson, Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Olson are enjoying a visit this week Marks father and _ sisters, Olson of Minneapolis, Ruby Olson of Northfield and Mrs. Himelman and children of Mankato. They expect to leave for home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Winter and Mrs. McKenzie met the Davis family Sunday day from Martin at the Culbertson . ferry afternoon and enjoyed the picnicing. The Misses Frances and Katherine Gormley, Alice Johnson and Marge Markuson visited friends at Plenty wood Tuesday evening. RESERVE The Hanson Medicine Show con cluded their series of shews here on Tuesday evening and moved to Zahl N. D. . They seemed well satisfied with the town as a show town. Miss Helen Crohn won a very at tractive prize through a voting sys tem put cm by the medicine show dur ing their stay here. The prize sisted of a 21-piece with which she is well pleased. Viggo Christensen and Eugen e Pet ersen had a very narrow escape from serious injury on Monday afternoon when they w r ere driving into town near the Geo. Aasved farm. The Ford coupe they were driving blew out a front tire which caused the car to jack-knife turning the car over and demolishing the body entirely. The two boys crawled out without being hurt. On Tuesday afternoon practically all business concerns and all thresh ing outfits in the district closed down for a few hours, on account of the funeral of Mrs. Carl Angvick, who died suddenly on Sunday night. This was perhaps the largest funeral held in this district. The Angvick family were among the first settlers here and are well and favorably known people. Services were held at the Angvick home at 1 o'clock, Rev. Sand officiating, and interment was made in Medicine Lake cemetery. We notice building material mov ing in large quantities toward the big new parsonage at the Danish church east of town. New wheat is coming into town at a lively rate and appears to surprise the farmers and buyers with its high milling qualities, and also is a mq#h better yield per acre than was ex pected at first. con manicure set, OUTLOOK Mr. and Mis. Karl J. Karlscoi and Mr. and Mrs. Lauritz Johnson and son Lewis, drove to Scobey on Sunday to take in the ball game. Mr. Donaldson of Plenty wood was I in town on Tuesday demonstrating j the Buick. Lenora Larson made a business trip I to Plenty wood cji Tuesday. ! The Outlook Girls' Club are giving i a bazaar on Saturday afternoon. They are selling aprons, handkerchiefs, baskets and many other things. Ice cream and cake will also be served, P. W. Nodd of Duluth, Minn., was a business visitor here on Wednesday, C. C. Lang of Plentywood was in town on business Wednesday. P. W. McCone of Minot, was a busi ness visitor in Outlook Wednesday of last wee k. August Dickhoff left Wednesday for Parkers Prairie, Minn. Miss Nina M. Ford returned Sat urday from Hutohinson, Minn., where she spent the summer. Miss Evelyn Burnham of Dooley was an Outlook visitor Monday, Mrs. L. N. Brandborg of Raymond, /was a visitor here on Monday. J. M. Larson of the Benson Quinn Grain Commission Co. was a business visitor here Monday. Mrs. Florence May who has been visiting with friends in this city left on Monday to visit in Noonan, N. p., before leaving for her home in Stan ley. a by I ; Mrs. Ed Nordphey and mother cf Westby were business visitors here on Saturday. John G. Anhom, who has been re lieving Andy Nesty as night watch man on the Sco Line left Monday for Harvey, N. D. John Wunderlich and sons, Herbert and Ted, of Spokane, Wash., arrived here on Saturday on business. Mrs. Fordyce of Scobey visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Selvig on Wednesday and Thursday. Mr. Myres of Whitetail was a vis itor here on Thursday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Trower of Whitetail were in town Thursday to take in the minstrel show. Mrs. Selvig and small son were week end visitors in Whitetail and Scobey. Mrs. Frank Fea and Mrs. Frank Deck drove to Plentywood on Friday to do some shopping. Surge T. Baxter of Helena was in town Friday looking after business matters. H. B. Raether and son of Minneapo lis were in town on Thursday looking after business interests. Mr. and Mrs, C. C. Karels of Mc Leod, N. D., arrived in town Friday to attend to business interests in this city. Ruben Seaberg of Red Wing, Minn., arrived here Thursday to look after farming interests. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bakke and daughter, Irene, returned Saturday from their trip to Norway. Miss Laura Hanson returned from Dooley on Thursday where she has been visiting her parents. C. H. Nau left Friday for Chicago, with a carload of cattle. Mrs. Dun who has been visiting at the Prim home for the past week re turned to her home at Scobey on Discovers New * Wonder of the Sea r Six month's explorations in the Sargossa sea and off the Galapagos islands, net ted many new specimens of .the sea for the Natfl Muse um of Natural Bistory by the Dr. Wm. Beebe ex ,tion which ■ just Deep sea fishes window" pedi tufned. show transparent stomachs; others with "light ing" plants of their own.; are some of the wonders brought .back. Î •;Sj : re with . 44 or I A'/.\ •y# WjÇ; 0 . m m m ■ ■ mm i & ' + mm P >•; ■V:. P5SI & Sunday'. j Mrs. Will Prim of Portal, N. D , ar- i rived here Friday and is visiting at the Prim home. : Mr. and Mrs. S.. L. Thompson vis ited with friends in Scobey on Sun day. Miss Nina M. Ford left on Tuesday for Missoula, Mont., to attend the grand chapter of the Eastern Star. Frank A. Layne of Minot was a business visitor here on Tuesday. H. B. Rechter of Antelope was in town on business on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Morris were guests at the Karl Hoveland home in Whitetail on Sunday. Outlook Hospital Notes L. Becker's baby was a patient at the hospital last w r eek. Mrs. Earl Potter is improving rap idly and will soon Be able to leave for her home at Dooley. Arthur Rogers from Whitetail had his tonsils removed yesterday by Dr. Heal y . Tom Dunn was admitted to the hos pital yesterday. Dr. S. T. Faucett is expected to be back the latter part of this week, after visiting at his home in Wash ington. - How Old Is Mary?» L j * 'J 1 ^ ) _ wMWS*-:«- :■! 1 g,' H A V.J w ■ •X, m ■V'b. sas gteæ , y r f a.otocact'K.^ I Mary Louise Spas, daughter of a poor N. Y. janitor, is back homo washing dishes, following a few days of Princess' existence as the adopted daughter of a millionaire. 1 Mary's parents consented to her going. Fifty new dresses made Mary happy for a day—then the storm broke-gossip about her real age—claimed to be 16. It is said her age was misrepresented. Mary cried. She wasn't happy— she tried <* suicide, 'tis .«aid—then ran away—back borne. * s ■ T*. I m I GHEVROLETi i str I plentywood prices with balloon tires $685.00 $690.00 $895.00 $985.00 $855.00 $985.00 $855.00 Roadster Touring Coach Sedan Coupe Sedan Coupe O. M. DONALDSON Local Dealer ! MONTANA plentywood • _ • • • Om mm Arthur Bird from Canada was down last Friday to receive medical attention from Dr. Campbell, Miss Marie Lund who has been cooking at the hospital this summer, will leave for her home tomorrow to visit before going back to school at Bozeman this fall. All the news, all the time, the Producers News. 0E»0»^ *■ 9 Û vs /< 7/7 6 CROP MONEY IS COMING IN! And we sincerely hope, your sake, that it isn't all go ing right out again—that some of it will be held over as safeguard against the many things that require money be fore another harvest rolls 1 around. May we suggest that a Bank Account is one of the safest and most profitable places for those extra dollars? Farmers & Merchants State Bank Mont. Plentywood, _ •_ ■There Is No Substitute Tot Safety." ♦ DIVORCES INCREASE IN ROOSEVELT COUNTY Roosevelt county in 1924 had 123 marriages and 41 divorces, in 1923 there were 120 marriages and 30 di vorces showing an increase of three marriages and cf 11 divorces for 1924 over the previous year. In the state at large there was a decrease of 14 per cent in divorces and 3 per cent in marriages from 1923 to 1924. For the calendar year of 1924 the entire state had 5,141 marriages and 1,084 divorces as against 5,300 marriages and 1,273 di vorces for 1923, according to the pre liminary report of the Department of Commerce issued August 1. This re port is based on the statistics sent to them by the clerk of the district court in each county. +■ ♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ o Butterfat === 47 Cents < ► Checks and cans out day received. Your business will be greatly appreciated. MILK RIVER CREAMERY < ► O Chinook, Mont. <> . ++++++++++++++++++++ > t * » * » 1 * I « * * * * * Idle Hour Pool Hall o y « * * When in Plentywood we invite your patronage. We * ! * have a full line of CIGARS and SOFT DRINKS— three tables for Pool and Billiards. o v Geo. Wright, Prop. Montana J ' Plentywood *5 1 SAY "BAYER ASPIRIN" and INSISTl e Unless you see the "Bayer Cross" on tablets you aie not getting the genuine Bayer Aspirin proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians 24 years fdc a Headache Neuralgia Lumbago Rheumatism Cdds *■ V: Pain r,jC Toothache e Neuritis Accept only "Bayer* * package which contains proven directions. Handy ^Bayer" boxes of 12 tablets—Also bottles of 24 and 100-^Drnggista. taptriB is the trade mark of Bay« r®M anufactaro of UosoacettcacMestcr of SalleyUcad^ *> STOP! Plentywood Auto Co. Is the Exclusive Agent for The Famous MAXWELL and CHRYSLER AUTOMOBILES Prices ranging from $1035 to $2445.00. Buy a car now and enjoy the nice summer days. We are always ready to give you a demonstration. Our Battery Service department is the best in Plentywood. We give you the benefit of our long experience filling, repairing and re charging batteries. We guarantee our repair work. Your car will run like new after it has gone through our overhauling process. We also do Oxy-Acetey lene welding. Come in and see us. Samuelson & Medders j Plentywood, Montana FARM LAND BARGAINS In our operations we have acquired ownership to a number of tracts of land in this section and which we are able to offer on attractive terms. If interested w T rite for specific descrip tions. stating how much and what kind of land you are interested in and on what terms you desire to buy You will never again be ab le to buy land in this locality at such attractive prices as now prevail, owing to de pression of past few years. E. J. LANDER & CO., Owners, GRAND FORKS. NORTH DA IS-« KOTA.