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FROM around the county i WOLF CREEK i M, Burke, Miss and M r '- * am j Mrs. Cy lil Ifene sher S'en Dan Campbell and «re among the Red *!•»'=, ® a<U l"ln'' 'Campbell ami Mr- and '; ir and Mrs. Cy Ulrich family •*" ; Hte ,i at the home of Mr. d famdyJi Cro mwell Sunday. iMrs 'V} 1 ' £ E. Sheridan and ... and •wr-' 1 - ,j rg D m. Maclnnes ^^ll e^visited at the home of and ciu I ! ' 1 . r , r ; M. Burke Sunday ev u r and w rs g:ui.f , M. McCallister visit jrithMr and Mrs. Cy Ulrich Sun day c ven i n ^ rs m McSallister visited and M«. Cy Ulrich Sunday » Mr !20rning u.- O ctprberir from near Fred was at Jack Burke's Sunday stone " a ' ge £ ng ra°mpbell and D. M. Maclnnes Cromwell were butchering a 4^1 i F beeves Monday. ®ÿ e K frant had the misfortune to ^ the radiator on his truck Fri 5 -^ze the (] he and Mrs. day, w ï h tl Te children in Redstone SfiJÄ V" „ his brothcr bmueht them home. Ï Pace who took a couple of J tads of sheep to St. Paul, re Monday. John reports very on the sheep. Sd Mrs. Dan Campbell and .j-e children were in Redstone Tues Red yf m . Cromwell and Mrs. Cy Hrich were helping Mrs. McCallister „, ae sauerkraut Tuesday. ! and Mrs. Hugh French anc famobell were callers at the ZTl. and Mrs. D. M. Maclnnes u H Callahan and sons Flecher J Herman called at the D. M. Mac ipw home Monday evening. " Mr and Mrs. James Cowan and family visited with Mr. and Mrs. H. Sunday. DOOLEY (Crowded out last week) M. Ferguson and John Series were 'from Comertown Tuesday. H. N. Stenseth and J. B. Chandler returned Tuesday after spending a few days at the oil fields. Priest Wilkelon was a Dooley visit or Monday. Mrs. G. Bartlett arrived Wednes day from Big Fork, Montana for a rit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Hunter. Mr. Hunter met her at Bainville. Earl Chaffee was a business visitor in Enderlin, N. D. a few days the first of the week. Phil Vossen and family were Plen tywood visitors Friday. W. J. Ehrhart was down from Glad mar, Bask, the first of the week. Mrs. H. M. Young returned from Spokane, Wash. Thursday after an ex tended visit with relatives there. S. Snuggins, of Outlook, was a Doo ley visite* Tuesday. G. C. Epier returned Monday from a business trip to Missoula, Mont. N. P. Loucks and G. A. Anderson were Radville, Sask. visitors the last «f the week. Mr .and Mrs. N. K. Markuson, of Medicine Lake visited relatives here Sunday. Lee Munson drove to Plentywood Thursday. George Ehrhart and Bert Schoe -aker attended the dance at Plenty vood Saturday night. T Palubecki was a Dooley caller Wednesday. ■? MEDICINE LAKE (Crowded out last week) C. F Winters had the misfortune cut lus hand last Monday, JV, Jfnsen is helping out in the B «it market this week. and Mrs. Harry Sparling, Mr. liday' P0C ( r ° Ve t0 Williston JS , P< filler and family accom S by * ur- s .;. Wm - Anderson, Peto'c^i. v Y ,Uiston Tuesday, darlf . Schmitz.fell in the lake while .... ' untln K Tuesday evening. He were Pet« Schmitz fell m hunting Tuesday evening. Ä water was fine - , Jl? hn Olson i ^ ^ ^ ^ ÜSS 6 ? driver ' Ät" Friday was hit by a car driven ev U'hile in town. hchules received j week from Cana Mrs. M P tv. , tnher left f'n- n ? on , an( l «laughter, ; S Minn. iftP.- .'° ir .^abro b* former'.; u 3 P 1 . onta s v isit with ^**n and Aii/. aU t Î! irs ' ^ rs ' Carl George rwi e Joh P soa - ÿu S Wn v ! _ iston Snmie,.' u 1 ^ 'I er motored toi » 91 Bnice «'hr. - wh ? re Î 16 took Rob- 1 or ». Hi. A as having for Aur- j . L'erybodv i ; 'heOdd Fplin,,. 01 the dance given ■ led was nn i , s as .., e music fur «rcbestra par Wlth an >' big city ^Mrs. Carl Kilimro f " t> n P friend A) ^ c °bey was Sunday, ' Medicine Lake ov x Ul x an,! G eo. burner this er s Choren G y for P Ö,' •p. ^\w> ? % V 1 I ■■ i i \V , \ MOTHER: -^ J ' Jj \ dier's Castoria is e*i y —^ peciafly prepared 1» re lieve Infants in arna and Children all ages tjJ;^ ind of Constipation, Flatt» ' rotl1 , and, Kv ^. arr ^ ea > laying Feverishness arising 0 f p the Stomach and Bowels, aids due ' giving healthy and natural sleep. ^"SS^ 1 :Nolïî ^or " , ' !sis " a, "" o ' . _32atcs Physicians everywhere recommend it fo> \ u \ \ ' f -. a REDSTONE D. McGillivray has purchased the cottage that stood on the south side of the railroad and has had it moved out to his farm this week. Mark M. Olson of Medicine Lake was transacting business in Redstone today. A. R. Simonson, the DeLaval man was in Redstone Wednesday trans acting business for the new year. Mrs. Mary Comer left Thursday for Plentywood where she has ac cepted a position for the winter months. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Granger, Mrs. Neil Nelson and children, Miss Sereata Cornelius of Lundville, Mont., were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Cornelius. M. H. Callahan is now driving new Chrystler sedan, having made trade with his Ford the first of the week. During the month of October there were 36 cars of stock shipped from this station over the Great Northern. There has been an unusually heavy shipment of stock all along this line this fall. M. H. Callahan and W. A. Brown were transacting business at Plenty wood Monday. Henry Gray went to Scobey where he attended the annual meeting of the Westland Oil Co. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Bull a were up from Plentywood Sunday and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Lars Bras tad. Ed. Whitney was a Flaxville visitor Wednesday between trains. M. H. Callahan, Ray Burnham and Alex Monahan drove to Plentywood Wednesday and took in the boxing match put on by the American Le giop. Geo. Robinson from north of Dale view was a Redstone business visitor Wednesday. Two cars of cattle, one of horses and two of hogs were shipped from here Thursday. H . H. Callahan, Frank Bucklin and Joy Wigmore companied them. The Weiss Cash Store big sale is now on at Plentywood. Your chance to buy for the winter at a big saving. The people of Redstone were startl ed early Thursday evening by the ringing of the fire bell. A small blaze started at the A. E. Johnson home when some clothing hanging too near a stove became over-heated and burst into flames. By the quick applica tion of a few pails of water the fire was soon put out before a great deal of damage was done. ac OUTLOOK (Crowded out last week) R. A. Hill left on Friday to visit with relatives at Wheaton, Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Ford and family visited in Scobey on Sunday. Mr. Gamess passed Sunday at Pow ers Lake. He returned Monday. Chas. Nau and Bob West returned from Chicago Sunday night, driving a new Ford Coupe which the former had purchased. B. N. Snell of Crosby, N. D., was a business visitor here Saturday. L. G. White* of Minot, N. D., made a business trip to Outlook Thursday of last week. Martin E. Johnson of Wolf Point, Mont., transacted business in Outlook on Thursday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Roderick made a business trip to Plentywood Tuesday of this week. Miss Rose Fink is staying at the Anderson home during the illness of Mr. Anderson. Mrs. O. B. Snuggins went to Scobey Sunday and returned with a new Chevrolet Coupe. Richard Kent presented the second of his series of plays here on Thurs day. Both the show and dance were attended by large crowds. Miss Eleanor Anderson is a guest of Evelyn Larson this week. Bernard J. Koester of Great Falls, Mont., arrived here on Saturday even ing in his Flint car to make a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Koester of this place. T. R. Landell of Willistcn, N. D., was a business visitor here over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Koester, accom panied by their daughter Mrs. Roy Nelson, and son B. J. Koester, drove to Hanks, N. D., Sunday. They r& P ort the roads muddy between Ante lope and the Community Hall near Dagmar, but that they were good from there cm They returned Mon day morning and made the distance of 66 miles in two hours and 25 min Utes. H. C. Nelson has a car load of sec omThand furniture, which they moved into the Elgin Cafe building and now have it for sale. Mr. and Mrs. A. Primm and family were Plentywood visitors on Satur day. Mrs. Cole of Daleview brought her young daughter, Cecil, to Outlook on Saturday to stay with Mrs. House and take chiropractic treatments. Miss Lasa Johnson left for Scobey Sunday to visit with friends. some of her I Wm. i Mr. and Mrs, Schrule, Mrs. Ommar and Esther Ommar Plenty wood visitors Sunday. A* Torgerson and daughter of Whitetail were visitors in town ■ Tuesday. j Sid Vanowren of Whitetail was in town on business Monday of last week. Mrs. Barthle of Whitetail was in Outlook on business last Saturday. Mr. Nelson of Ross, N. D., was a visitor here Monday P. E. Branch of St. Paul, Minn., transacted business here Monday. Messrs. House, Wunderlich and Johnson drove to Wolf Point on busi ne ss Monday. passed *he summer 1 with tMr ^: » - ws home in Missouri. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Streigelmen and daughter Waneta and Mrs. Liske from Fornand, Sas katchewan came as far as Outlook to see them on their way. Mr. and Mrs. Ben James were busi ness visitors in Plentywood Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Witte visited with friends in Plentywood Saturday. Ray Morris was a Plentywood vis itor Saturday. Miss Fern Homme took in the dance at Plentywood Saturday. Rev. Norton of Whitetail conducted services in the Methodist church Sun day. were John Cavanaugh of Redstone was a business visitor here Sunday. Mrs. Earl Cosper left Saturday for Chicago to join her husband who left on Friday for that city with a load of cattle. H. C. Nelson made a business' trip to Minot Saturday. The Misses Dirks and Hulahan took in the dance at Plentywood Saturday. A. Nesty and Lisa Johnson drove to Medicine Lake after Hannah Johnson Friday. The Hospital Ladies' Aid was en tertained at the home of Mrs. Keough car ' >' « • V <r For Those Who Care What Their Money Buys Dodge Brothers, Inc. have always built a good, sound, long-lived product. They have never built "yearly models" and never will. They do not make frequent expensive changes simply to catch the whim of the hour. On the contrary, they devote themselves steadfastly to the improvement of a car that has been good from the very beginning. This process of improvement has now been going on for 11 years. Its influence on the car's appearance and performance has been nothing short of remarkable. Always eminently dependable it is now also an exceptionally easy riding car. Always up-to-date, it is now strikingly attractive. Style and smartness stand out in every line. Sheer logic never made the choice more obvious— Dodge Brothers Motor Car for those who really care what their money buys. CHARLES E. BEHNER Delivered Prices $1040 Touring Touring Special Roadster Roadster Special A-Sedan A-Sedan Special B-Sedan B-Sedan Special B-Coupe B-Coupe Special Coach Dealer Dodge Brothers Motor Cars and Trucks. 1150 1010 Graham Brothers 1120 Montana Glasgow 1403 1300 1225 E. M. NAYLOR, 1335 1133 Local Dealer 1245 Montana Plentywood 1215 y* ■4 on Saturday of last week. The fol lowing officers were elected: Mrs. Clint Gosper, president; Mrs. O. Sel vig, vice president; Mrs. O. L. Gar rick, secretary-treasurer, Mr. and Mrs. Buckner of Redstone were shopping in our village Wednes day. _ n , Mrs. George Buzzard and daughter Georgia left for Wyoming Saturday ma k e , 311 extended visit with Mrs. Buzzard s parents. .*£• aad ^ I L T ?"!£L Were guests at * he Moms ho , m , Fnda y evening. Mrs - , De P k ^ xf ht j r Chriiätine attended the Maude Henderson show in ^ lety ^ ood J^ t fi^lL^^'v Mr - Wangnn brushed threshing Monday. , Lars XT Jo Jl ns ^ *£* ned from Ken mare, N. D., Monday. g tÄÄ 6 ,uneral of OUTLOOK HOSPITAL NOTES Baby Stapleton is very ill in the hospital. Andrew Anderson had an operation at the hospital on November 6th. Charlie Buzzard is a patient here, Miss Orma Wate of Medicine Lake leaves the hospital this week. rniror GOj » Completely Removed Milwaukee Lady Telia of Relief from a Colorless Liniment. Celia Shikora, 621 10th St., Mil waukee, Wisconsin, says she will tell or write her experience with Sorbol Quadruple. She was relieved of dif ficult breathing, dizziness, and a clog ged feeling in throat. Inquire at Plentywood Drug, all drug stores or write SorbcJ Company, Mechanicsburg, Ohio. WHILE YOU WAIT I want my overcoat cleaned and relined, when will it be ready?" I don't know, my father's in n ■ court! "In court? What's he doing there?" "He said he was going down to press a suit. TERM OF COURT OPENS IN SCOBEY NOVEMBER30TH I Judge Paul will preside af the win ter term of Court in Scobey the week beginning November 30 and will try or otherwise dispose of 44 cases. Among the cases to be disposed of are a few against Berry Stephens includ ing one in which he is alleged to have assaulted parties with a danger ous weapon: The handling of these cases by the County Attorney will " ° f ~ w" e,s county - LAWRENCE? The murderer of Carl Siegert is not prosecuted by the County Attor ney this term. Although dozens of cars have disappeared from Scobey recently no information has been filed against the car thieves. While sev eral of the cars were being stolen, Sheriff Lawrence was busy searching Sheridan county for liquor violations and succeeded in finding one 77-year old farmer who had made a gallon of near moon for his own use. The calendar is as follows: November 30th, 1925—1:30 p. m. No. 136—State vs. Dunn; No. 205 —State vs. Williams; No. 166—State vs. Stephens; No. 209—State vs. Ty moficuhk. December 1st, 1925—9:00 a. m. No. 186—State vs. Warden; No. 206—State vs. Earl Stringier; No. 197 —State vs. John Dudley; No. 196— Stae vs. Conley; No. 190—State vs. Stephens; No. 177—State vs. Stew art. December 2nd, 1925—9:00 a, m. Case No. 176—State vs. E. Thomp son; Case No. 187—State vs. Chas. Babcock; Case No. 174—State v. Florence; Case No. 178—State vs. Frank Stevens; Case No. 175—State vs. Howard; Case No. 182—State vs. Mulliken; Case No. 189—State vs. Cas f T No. 199—-State vs. j Griffith; Case No. 207—-State vs. Sta Sl°" No - 196-State v s . Harold 1 T y ' - 0 _ „ December 3rd, 1925—9:00 A. M. Case No. 184—State v. Sherburne; Case No. 186—State vs. Berry Stevens; Case No. 183—State vs. K. Johnson; Case No. 218—State vs. John Dudley; Case No. 161—State vs. Lawson; Case No. 204—State vs. Streepy; Case No. 191—State vs. Brown; Case No. 208—State v. Kol lath; Case No. 183—State v. Kettle FREE! Send for your copy of the MMfllZO Cook Book Fill out the coupon, and mail it today. Amaizo FOR Mayonnaise Shortening Salads Frying / 5T HI OIL 0 f/. in« Æ*y ✓ <f<f son; Case No. 198—State v. Knilans. December 4th, 1925—9:00 a. m. Case No. 215—State v. Conboy; Case No. 217—State v. Burke; Case No. 213—State v. Kennedy; Case No. i.State vs. Wm. Smith. Case N(J 2 io_state v. Nelson. December 5, 1925—9:00 a. m. Carter v, Monneri; Hartford Fire Ins. Co. vs. DeMars; Goldwyn Picture Co. vs. Stephens, December 7th, 1925—9:00 A. M. Buer v. Lawrence; Day vs. Hed lund; Scobey Drug Co- vs. Polk; Northwestern Natl. life Ins. Co. vs. Citizen State Bank of Scobey, et al; Ridgeway vs. Mulready; Reimers vs. Gilchrist.