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Professional
D IRECT0RY
DR. A. S. ANDERSON
Refracting Bye Specialist
EYES EXAMINED
GLASSES FITTED
Phone 54
Williston
Hedderich Block
GRAND VIEW HOTEL
LEADING HOTEL IN
PLENTYWOOD
PHIL BOURASSA, Prop.
DR. G. E. CAMPBELL
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Office: one door east of Telephone
Exchange.
PLENTYWOOD,
MONT.
OLE'S DRAY
TEAM AND TRACK HAULING
Phone 133
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Abstracter
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Office In Vollum Building.
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A. C. ERICKSON
ATTORNEY-AT-I AW
Practice In All Courts
Plentvwood, Montana
Robt. R. Kahle D. C.
Chiropractor
Outlook
Montana
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S. T. FAUCETT, M. D.
Physician & Surgeon
Office at
COMMUNITY HOSPITAL
Outlook, Montana
FULLER BRUSHES
E. H. Nelson
Local Repre
sentative.
Box 393 Plentywood, Mont
MARTIN NELSON
Undertaker
Hearse in Connection
PLENTYWOOD
MONT.
Music for aSl
Occasions
ANYTIME
ANYWHERE
GLOOM CHASER
Dance Or vf' ^stra
A. W. HANSON
Plentywood, Mont.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THF
JUDICIAL
DISTRICT
TWENTIETH
OF THE STATE OF MONTANA,
AND TOR THE COUNTY OF SHERI
DAN.
IN
ANTON J. ZEIG, Plaintiff.
VP.
HARVEY NICHOLS and EDNA GRACE
NICHOLS, his wife. THE FARMERS
& MERCHANTS STATE BANK OF
NEW ULM. a corporation, and THE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF RAY
MOND, a corporation. Defendants.
TO BE SOLD AT SHERIFF'S SALE,
in one piece or parcel, at the front door
of the courthouse, in the town of Plen
tywood. Sheridan County. Montana, on
the 12th day of December. 1926. at 2:00
o'clock P. M.. the following described
real estate, situate In Sheridan County,
Montana, and described as follows, to
wit;
NEV4 : NV4 NWV4 of Section 25; EV4
NEV4 of Section 26 in Township 37.
North Range 64 E. M. M.. together with
the tenements, hereditaments and ap
purtenances thereunto belonging.
Datd Novembr 18. 1925.
RODNEY SALISBURY,
Shriff of Sheridan County, Montana
By CLAIR STONER,
Under-Sheriff.
Board
— of the —
County Commissioners
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BEING THE OFFICIAL MINUTES OF THE REGULAR
NOVEMBER MEETING OF THE BOARD CONVEN
ING AT THE COMMISSIONERS' CHAMBERS AT
THE COUNTY COURT HOUSE, PLENTYWOOD,
MONTANA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1925.
At 2:00 o'clock P. M., Nov. 2nd,. 1925,
the Board of County Commissioners
met in regular session pursuant to law.
all Members of the Board
Clerk were present.
LIGHT
PLANT +
Three agents, representing different
light plant concerns, appeared before
the Board and explained the merits of
interested in, but
the plants they were ^ ■ _...
the Purchasing Agent had written
several Companies and asked for
prices and as there was still some to
be heard from, the matter of buying a
light plant for the court house, was
laid over till a later meeting.
MONTHLY BEFOBTS
AND TEIAL _
BALANCES APPROVED
On motion, the Reports of Clerk of
Court, Sheriff and Clerk and Recorder
for the month of October, were ap
proved Clerk's trial balance for the
months of August and September were
approved.
LIBBABY BOABD
BBFOBT
The Chairwoman , „
Board made a report to the Commis
sioners and filed with them the resig
nation of the Librarian, Miss Benedict.
The Seed Grain Collector reported to
RESIGNATION OP SEED
GBAIN COLLECTOB
The Seed Grain Collector reported to
the Board that he had completed the
work that could be done this year and
his resignation was accepted.
I At 5:00 o'clock P. M.. the Board ad
journed until 9:00 o'clock A. M., Nov.
3rd.
:iS
of the Library
At 9:00 o'clock A. M., Nov. 3rd, the
1 Board resumed pursuant to recess tak
All members of the Board and the
I Clerk present. i «
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HAM FAMILY
On motion, the help granted to
Granham family was extended for two
months.
LUNDEEN LEAVE
OF ABSENCE
On motion,
was granted a leave of absence from
October 22nd to October 29th.
COAL CONTBACT AND
BOND AFPBOVED
On motion, the Contract and Bond
given by Mr. R. T. Lee for furnishing
coal for the courthouse for one year,
was approved.
LIBBABY BUDGET
INCREASED
On motion, the Library budget was
increased from $1000.00 to $3500.00.
the
Commissioner Lundeen
BOAD DECLARED
COUNTY BOAD
On motion, the following road was
[declared a county road; Starting at the
S. W. corner of NW^ of Sec. 6, T. 33
N.. R. 52, E. M. M„ thence east one
mile, thence south ^4 mile, thence east
about 3-4th mile, thence in a southeast
erly direction to section line between
Sec. 4 and Sec. 5, T. 33 N., R. 52, E.
M. M. _
BEQUEST FOB A SEDUCTION
OP SCHOOL LEVIES BEFUSED
On motion, the request from
Great Northern Railway Co. for a re
duction of School Levies, was refused.
APPOINTMENTS
APPROVED
On motion, the following appoint
ments were approved;
Myrtle Raab, stenographer, Co. Attor
ney's office.
Mrs Oswald, clerk, Treasurer's office.
Nicolai Slettebek, Clerk, Treasurer's
office.
Sarah V. Hansen, clerk, Treasurers
office.
Mrs. Mary Olson, clerk. Treasurer s
office.
Mrs. S. T. Klovstad, clerk. Treasurers
I office.
Kathryn Hovdey, clerk, Treasurer s
I office.
Mrs. R. Templeman, clerk, Treasurer
office.
the
Mrs. S. T. Klovstad, clerk, Treasur
er's office. , _ _ __. -
Sarah Hansen, clerk. Treasurers °f*
RESIGNATIONS
APPROVED
On motion, the following resignations
were approved:
Nicolai Slettebak, 'clerk. Clerk
Recorder's office.
C. F. Christensen, clerk. Clerk
Recorder's office.
Kathryn Hovedy,
office.
and
and
clerk, Treasurer's
- _ . ____Emma
Mrs. Mary Olson, Clerk, Treasurers
office. ' ■
Mrs. Oswald, Clerk, Treasurer's of
... .
Mrs. R. Templeman, clerk, Treasur
er's office. ;
A.t 12:00 o'clock A.. M., Hie Board ad
journed until 1:00 o'clock P. M.
At 1:00 o'clock P. M.. the Board re
sumed pursuant to recess taken, an
members of the Board and the Clerk
present.
MINUTES BEAD AND
AFPBOVED
On motion, the minutes of the pre
vious meeting were read and approved
as rea d.
TAXES
CANCELLED _
On motion, the Real . 1 axes,
year 1918, against I-rank Metzler on
SW*4, Sec. 17-3.-51, were or< *ered can
celled for the reason that Mr. Metz.er
did not make final proof before Oct. 16,
1925, and consequently this land should
not have been assessed. , . o .
On motion, the following decision,
received from the Superintendent or
Schools were ordered spread on the*
Minutes ;
fice.
October 24, 1925.
SUPERINTENDENT'S DE
county
CISION IN CASE OP APPEAL FROM I
DECISION OF DISTRICT NO. 20
ON DISTRICT DIVISION FRO
POSITION
Honorable Board of County Commis
sioners,
Plentywood, Sheridan County, Mont.
Gentlemen:—
An appeal from the decision of the
School Board of District No. 20. deny
ing a petition to create a new district
from the northeast portion of said
Dist. No. 20, was heard today. No one
appeared to argue or testify in defense
of the decision of the Board. Said de
cision was reversed by the County Sup
erintendent.
Unless an appeal is taken to your
Honorable Board within thirty days,
kindly establish a new district, to
known as district No. 76, with boun
dary lines as follows;
Beginning at the N. W. corner of Sec
tion 33. township 36, range 55 and ex
tending E. four miles to the N. E. cor
ner of Sec. 36, Twp. 36, R. 55; thence
S. four miles to S E. comer of Sec.
13. Twp. 35. R. 55; thence W. two
miles to S. IV. corner of Sec. 14, Twp.
35, R. 55; thence N. one-half mile to
S. E. corner of N. E. *4 of Sec. 15, Twp.
35, R. 55; thence W. one mile to S. W.
corner of N. W. @ of Sec. 15, Twp. 35,
R. 55; thence N. one-half mile to N. W.
corner of Sec. 15, Twp. 35, R. 55; thence
\V. one-half mile to S. W. comer of S.
E. 14 of Sec. 9, Twp. 35, R. 55; thence
N. one-half mile to S. E. corner of N. W.
14 of Sec. 9, Twp. 36, R. 55; thence W.
one-half mile to S. W corner of N. W.
14 of Sec. 9. Twp. 35. R. 55; thence N.
two and one-half miles to point of be
ginning.
Ip
Yours truly
EMMA CRONE.
County Superintendent.
FRENCH LEAVE
OF ABSENCE
On motion. Commissioner French was
granted a leave of absence for 10 days
beginning November 5th, 1925.
CLAIMS
Laid Oyer
On motion, the following claims were
laid over to a later meeting;
Mr. Nellie Patterson, care of poor
Mont. School for Deaf and Blind, care
of inmates.
First Natl. Bank, St. Paul, rent of
brary building.
On motion, the following claims were
disallowed in full;
Martin Toftness, board of Albert Fo
ley.
C, C. Martin, care of stolen horses.
4 On motion, the following claims were
allowed, paid and the Clerk ordered
draw warrants for same on the various
funds;
GENERAL FUND
Erna Timmerman. October salary $100.40
Eng Torstenson October salary.. 166.66
Niels Madsen, October salary- 166.66
q. r. Hair, October salary .
Helga Hendrickson, October sal
ary .
Ellen Lundgren, October salary.. 100.00
Robert Templeman, October sal
137.50
125.00
137.50
110.00
110.00
ary _
Alma Hanson, October salary
Anna Hovot, October salary....
O. A. Aspelund, October salary.. 160.00
L S. Olson. October salary.
D'. J. Olson, October salary....
Anna Hansen, October salary
M. P. Ostby, October salary....
Nora Thompson, October salary 100.00
Emma Crone, October salary- 150.00
Linda E. Hall, October salary.... 137.50
Alice Redmond. October salary.... 125.00
Frank Dionne, Octobery salary.... 126.00
Rodney Salisbury, October salary 187.50
Clair Stoner, October salary .. 150.00
Peter Gallagher, October salary.. 137.50
137.50
.... 137.50
.... 150.00
.... 137.50
.. 83.33
G. C. Bantz, October salary.
Mrs. R. Templeman, October sal
ary .....—
Mary Olson, October salary .
Kathryn Hovdey, October salary 54.00
Mrs. A. N. Oswald, October salary 48.00
Mrs. S. T. Klovstad, October sal
ary . 57.00
Sarah Hansen, October salary. 78.00
Nie. Slettebak, October salary.... 86.67
Nie' Slettebak, October salary. 13.33
E. S. Koser, October salary..—. 110.88
Dr. S. T. Fawcett, October salary 50.00
Dr. S. T. Fawcett, services ren
dered ....
Dr. S. T. Fawcett, telephone _
John Nordaune, witness fees.
A. L. Foley, supplies for court
house ...
John Kelly, cattle slaughtered....
Axel Christensen, slaughtered T-B
cow .....
Niels Madsen, trustee, taxes on
51.00
54.00
17.00
1.70
13.10
.60
8.75
8.75
10-35-48 .
Dr. Geo. H. Ehlers, assigned claim
of Floyd E. Clark .
Mont. Live Stock San. Bd., ear
tags ...
H. Sparling, mileage .
Clifton McKenzie, justice foes ....
A. N. Johnson, juror's fees .
Henry Bridgman, witness fees....
M. M. Olson, juror's fees ..
Harrison TJmbreit. juror's fees....
C. A» Reed, witness' fees .
Edgar Smith, witness fees .
A. W. Jackson, witness fees.
E. Gôrmley, Juror's fees.
L. E. Fulkerson, juror's fees.
Charles Lundeen, per diem & mile
165.76
192.48
172.20
81.60
35.00
1.60
3.70
3.50
1.50
3 90
5.90
6."n
1.50
1.50
20.40
age
Ed. Iverson, per diem and mileâge 17.80
1.50
8.00
Henry Leffering, juror's fees.
West Pub. Co., law books .
State Industrial School, expense
of Inmate .
Tale & Towne Mfg. Co., cleaning
time locks . j. ......
A. R. Rice, slaughtered cattle.
C. C. Martin, witness fees ....
C. F. Christensen. October salary
August Bintener, witness fees. 13.10
Ingcbright Nordaune, witness fees 13.10
Ole Stover, witness fees ...
John Eggen, witness fees _
Town of Plentywood, water sup
ply .
E. S. Koser, transcript .
Williston Herald Co., supplies for
stores ...1..•..
Niels Madsen. Trustee, Loan & Int.
on Dak. land ...
Linda E. Hall, mileage & expse. 7.20
Register of Deeds, recording fees 3.00
West Pub. Co., law books. . .
Moe & Moore, supplies for court
house .
Harlow Pease, legal counsel
Myrtle Raab, stem, co. atty.
A. C. Erickson, co. atty. salary 76.00
L. S. Olson, justice fees . 37.50
P. J. Wallace, services acting as
deputy co. atty. ..
West Pub. Co., pac. rep. ....
Rodney Salisbury, mileage
Rodney Salisbury, hoard of prison
ers ....
10.00
1 3.5 0
12.50
25v40 j
23.30 j
13.10
13.10
7.60
16.00
19.5;»
1259.50
98.80
1.00
. 100.00
. 100.00
60.00
6.50
159.25
42.00
McKenzie Co. Parmer, advertising 21.50
Hans Rasmussen, office work
Peoples Pub. Co., county printing 123.90
Dr. R. J. Spain, gasoline ...
Dr. R J. Spain, gasoline ...
R. T. Lee. coal for court house.... 146.60
M. P. Ostby, expense .
A. H. Gangstad, T. B. cattle
slaughtered ....
Nels Anderson. T. B. cattle
slaughtered .
Gustav Strand, T. B. cattle slaugh
p ran k Dionne, piumbing in jaii.
Hans Rasmussen, assigned claim
, 0 f John Christofferson .
120.00
9.45
24.70
78.00
8.75
8. « o
25.00
4.00
fi.on
Crone, mileage & Expse.
5 mma Crone, mileage ...
42.31
47.43
13.30 ;
7.90
35.00 1
16.80
Norman G. Cobbett, gasoline .
J. W. Richardson, gasoli....ne. »...
Peoples Pub. Co., co printing
N orr j s & Hurd, judgment .
Prank J. French, per diem &
mileage ........
Peterson Hdw. Co., supplies for
Court House ...
plentywood Elec. Co., lights for
Court House ... I
Mountain States Tel. Co., rentals 73.80
Burroughs Add. Mach. Co., repair
ing machines .— 2.25
Linda E Hal] November salary 137.50
Alice R cdm0 nd. November salary 125.001
Frank Dionne. November salary.. 125.00
Peter Gallagher, November salary 137.50
Emma Crone, November salary..... 150.00
Hora Thompson. November salary 100.00
^ p. Q S ^( ) y i November salary. 83.33
Anne Hansen, November salary.. 137.50
Q A Aspelund. November salary 150.00
g oison, November salary.... 137.60
Nlc S i et tebak. November salary 100.00
Anna Hovet, November salary.... 110.00
A j ma Hansen, November salary 110.00
R 0 (j ert Templeman, November sal
21.40
59.15
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millions of pounds
I
ary .. . 137.50
Eng. Torstensorii'"November sal... 166.66
Ellen Lundgren. November sal 100.00
Helga Hendrickson, November sal
Niels Madsen. November salary.. 166.66
G. R. Hair, November salary 137.50
O. C. Bantz, November salary.... 137.50
Clair Stoner. November salary.... 160.00
Erna Timmerman, November sal
ary . .. 100.00
E. S. Koser. November" salary .-- 84.00
Fred Ibsen. Receiver rear 60 ft., lot
7, block 12 . . „ 2000.00
Fred Ibsen. Receiver, buildings
and lot . ' .9576.33
boas fund .
R. Sparling, hardware _ 24.95
G. l. ingeii, road work - tj.oo
James Fleming, road work . 18.80
Farmers Co-Operative Ass'n, log
chain ._. .. 7.95
Caterpillar Tract. Co.,' "repairs. 211.10
J. J. Maney, road work. 16.00
Walter Yeager, road work . 21.20
Melvin Tronson, road const. 40.00
Carl Hovdey, road maint . 40.00
Hellekson Lbr Co., post & wire.... 29.70
M. P. Dalby, road work ...._ 59.00
Westland Oil Co., oil & Gas_ 289.34
Leo McElroy, assigned claim of
C. H. Dahlgaard _ 19.60
H. P. Hanson, road work!". 30.40
Monarch Lumber Co., lumber for
bridge const. 9.70
Geo. Jackson, road work J.._ 25.60
Hans Rasmussen, mileage _ 161.70'Dr.
Lester Regan, road work _ 8.80
Community OH Co., oil and gas. 100.45
Tod Nordhagen. road work . 41.80
John Bauer, road work . 4.00
J. J. Regan, dragging roads . 12.80
R. I. Rinker, road const. 148.15
Peter Began, right-of-way . 45.00
Henry Franson, repairing road
tools ..... 18.00
C. M. Munson, road maint . 23.80
Nils O. Lien, road work . 84.00
A. R. Rice, road work . 33.70
Hans Thomsen. R-W d»od . 75.00
Mads F oa<i work .------ "4.00
J. C. Beck, sharp, grader blades -5.00
Chas. Morey, road work . 106.45
William Parker, road work .
Chas. Strubeck, road work.
Chesley Marke! 1. road work.
Clint Dickinson, road const.
John H. Ladd, road maint .
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FOOB FUND
Mrs. Lila Lindberg, widow's pen
sion .
Mrs. Mary Brabec, widow's pen
sion ..
Mrs. Thoras Adams, widow's pen
sion ...
Elizabeth Wilson.
sion . . .. . ... 25.00
Lena Wilson, widow's pension.... 26.00
Nellie Crohn, widow's pension.... 25.00
Bertha Johnson, widow's pension 30.00
Demanda Myers, widow's pension 35.00
$25.00
_ 30.00
30.00
widow's pen
Made of the toughest
rubber —and lots of it!
All-Rubber arctics get the
ix hardest punishment of any
kind of rubber footwear. So we
build Top Notch Com Belts of
the toughest rubber —and plen
ty of it. They have the body
and strength to stand up long
after frail, flimsy, all-rubber arc
tics have broken under the strain.
The Top Notch Cross is your
guide to durable, dependable
rubber footwear for men, women
and children. The most reliable
stores have them. The Beacon
Falls Rubber Shoe Company,
Beacon Falls, Conn.
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Jt A GUARANTEE OF MILEAGE JL A
CORN BELT —the Top Notch
all-rubber fleece-lined arctic, 4
or S buckle. Red or black.
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In connection with our Xmas sale, which includes the largest and best selection of Gifts and Toys ever
put on sale in Sheridan County, at prices so exceedingly low that we doubt if you ever will see the equal.
We G,:ro offering in order to make this a real live XmasSale, the following bargains for one week;
$
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Saturday, Nov. 28 to Saturday, Dec. 5
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We still have a few Men's and
Young Men's Suits left,
values up to $25, now $9.98
Flour, per 100 ibs, this sale $4.80
on all Men's and Boys'
Overcoats, Mackinaws and
Leather Vests.
l / 4 OFF
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On Saturday, November 28th
only, we will sell 100 lbs. of sug
ar for $6.25. 1 sack to a eus*
tomer. No other restriction. No
red tape.
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25 PER CENT OFF on all suits
Hats and Caps this sale % OFF
Si
not listed.
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10 PER CENT OFF on all gro
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I lot of Ladies' Novelty Shoes
at Vi PRICE.
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ceries, sugar and flour not
included. No other restric
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tions.
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We are mailing you our Xmas
Do not fail to look it
over, as you will find many a
useful gift. We also have a
large variety of *oys
in the circular.
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15 PER CENT OFF on all other
circular.
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shoes, overshoes & rubbers.
Men's, Boys', Ladies & Child
ren's Underwear, Shirts, Mit
not listed
Drygoods & Clothing not listed,
15 PER CENT OFF
tens & Gloves 20 PER CENT
OFF.
Space will not allow us to display all the merchandise. However, the whole stock will be
if you can not see what you want, please ask for it.
sale ai
on
cut prices, so
Come in and be Convinced
KARL J. KARLS0N
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Outlook
Montana
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Mary Myronick, widow's pension 25.00 •
Nicolena Sorenson, widow's pen- i
sion . .. 30.00
Albertina Moeller, widow s pen
Ida Waller, widow's pension. 35.00
Florence Johnston, widow's pen
sion . . ... -5.00
W A. Clawson, old age pension 20.00
Peter Lee, house rent .. 10.00
Martin Toftness, board of Mar
tin Olson —. 60.00
Frank French, per diem and mile
age .... 17.00
Moe & Moore, groceries for poor 98.00
N. J. Nelon & Co., groceries for
poor ... 40.00
N. J. Nelson & Co., supplies for
poor - -- - — .. BO.oo
S. T. Fawcett, professional ser
vices .i. 28.50
Nelson-Sannerud Co./ groceries
for poor —. . 15.00
Luther Hultgren, supplies for poor 16.00
Nelson-Sannerud Co., groceries
! for poor .
j Lake Cash Store, groceries for
| poor ..
i Outlook Hospital, rent of rooms 180.00
Outlook Hospital, care of pa
tients
! Home Grocery, groceries for poor 15.00
! Home Grocery, groceries for poor 18.00
| Fred Forman, meat for poor_ 8.75
Fred Forman, meat for poor_ 8.45
Fred Forman, meat for poor. 8.75
J. C. Storkan, professional
| services __ 82.00
j R. T. Lee. coal for poor_ 18.00
U. G. Barnhouse. house rent. 20.00
Edw. Stubban, supplies for poor 15.00
George Morey, coal for poor
H. Sparling, conducting funeral..
Kollman's Store, clothing for
Grantham _
S. J. Greer, house rent _
I State T. B. Sanitarium, care of pa
] tient, Sept., 1925__
BRIDGE FUND
Grant Stoner & Son, road work..$178.50
Hans Rasmussen, bridge inspec
15.00
15.00
_ 35.10
16.00
66.00
charges
25.00
8.00
30.00
27.40
, tlou . .
I Julius Roan, bridge const. _ 77.10
; Peterson Co., bridge const. 15.76
Fran k Dionne, bridge const.. 18.00
_... 19.25
Adams Paint Co., paint _
Four Wheel Drive Auto Co
pairs _
re
11.38
Tom Lidahl, bridge const. 125.00
LIBBABY FUND
Cora S. Nelson, assisting librarian 3.50
Inez Benedict, October salary
Frank Dionne, October salary, li
brary .
Plentywood Electric Co., lights for
library .
j
Prank Dionne, November salary..
j SPECIAL BELIEF
; FUND
S. T. Klovstad, October salary_$137.50
$125.00
10.00
4.25
10.00
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JNpv anu m ileage and ex
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On motion"The Clerk was
. t h e November salary claims un
to hold the^ wo the mont h,
111 k f M the Board adjoum
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g^g \y as Married Once.
. OT vm1ovment agency
Clerk Of employment a»'* ^
woman applicant:— inis party
wants a woman who can COOK, Clean
• > sew wash and iron, keep
windows, sew,
house and-'• . ,
Woman:—"Wait a minute, not SO
, , rm,_V oi n >t lookin' far me!
fast, ihat nan am ,,
What he wants IS a Wile. _
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to
It Isn't a Home Without
a Telephone
ERE
H
is a
young man.
He has a new suit,
a dollar and a
nickel.
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With the dollar he
will buy two tick
ets for the movies.
The nickel will be
spent for a tele
phone call.
He is a nice, young
chap.
But the girl with
out a telephone
will stay at home.
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he was a Jew. He could not be elect
ed to office or join some fraternal
ders because he was a foreigner
he repeated the words with which he
thrilled the throngs in Gallilee He
would be jailed and called a danger
ous radical. If He said again:
as hard for a rich man to go to heav
en as a camel to pass through the
eye of a needle," some yap would rise
up and say, "You are insulting the
memory of Wm. J. Bryan."
or
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