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t n on g the
Chn.-tian-cr. * a - 1 . .
J Cities in the county capital
i, of Reserve was
j _ Monday.
y Franc 1 -
i:- ill this
ttack of *a gnppe.
jj of Scobey was
uU and shopping.
r n Morck of Antelope
da\> in Plentywood this
f the Dagmar
last Friday at
r «as in t0 ' VT1
Mr; J- C Shafer of Re
;^ t a few days in Plentywood
j .u-ro—at Oipheum
ijccan tdand Wednesday,
Tu L i adv
26th and 27th.
Olson from Homestead was
to business matters at the
few days this week.
»ntt seat a
-U dav trac
I tbe R . Fehruarv
L «bool at Plentywood, ^tebruary
9th. and 10th. Peters n .
. _j m James Michels were
T Medicine Lake to spend the
j'vüting with friends.
f F'nwille was a
Ar<î?r ^ n ne visitor lait Wed
i - . a 1 "- 1 in '
Christian -en of Westby
?:: e ^k end* in Plentywood
friend^ an<t attending
rx " 4
- ; •
. Harry Larsen was here from
* " ! ^Jrie d md^5ïïn| n wH°h
>• Fatran wa- here from Ma
j the dance at the Farm
mole last Saturday e\ en
rs tn a telegram stating that
offioe this week on account of
MllA wa hprp f rom
toess was in Plen.ywood
•ifternoon from Scobey,
- the basket ball game arid
it the Farmer-Labor Temple.
of Madoc spent
i the county seat
Lr- Johnson left last Sunday for
I.;, old home at Norman, N. D., in
|iu. brother had died.
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MaiF Sherry ha- been absent
her dutie> at school and the
Fn.uy writing on the eighth grade
Hffe car. be seen the snappiest
t. ci' verert Shoes offered in
pa-. r -. We shall be pleased
save you and your friends make
t of inspection. Johnson store, ad
Thorne Monday racing,
J Beverunv, commonly known
as 'Morgan'' arrived
I-' *Dek from Mi.wa ikee tn spend a
p»day? i.i Plentywo d calling on old
'riendh and looking after busi
r.ter?sts. Mr. Beverung is hold
■ : a position as foreman of a bridge
_ '■■.motion crew for the Milwaukee
» frfrtfrfr H i » » > X > ■!<■> > t < » j •
Î3 13 ° 0 Saving
ft on Leather Coats
^ ou can't help but save $ if you take
advantage of our bargains in winter
We have only a few leather goods
left which we are
closing out at
In addition we are
customers the following
Î 2q p Cr on Blazers, Flannel Shirts and Mackinaws
* !*. er C er *t on all winter underwear,
j P p er Cent on all Winter Hosiery.
« er Cent on all overshoes, sweaters and overcoats.
j SEED POTATOES ! SEED POTATOES !
1 * '^ . 0I Î 1 ^ to or ^er your seed potatoes
I he best seed potatoes in this part of the State.
nuniSIF NO =; t
PHONt INU. b %
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i flt Moe & Moore
Î PLENTYWOOD. MONTANA
United Artists Biggest Pictures
THE GOLD DIGGERS
JANUARY 24 & 25
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Nels Olson of the Outlook country
attended to business matters in the
county seat Tuesday afternoon
Dr. Fawcett was here ast Monday
work Monday bhe returned to her
N. J. Anderson of Medicine Lake
"as attending to ousiness matters at
the court house last Thursday after
naon - _
H. S. Vinge of McCabe was a busi
ness visitor in Plentywood last Sat
urday afternoon. He returned home
« Ud >' _<>_
Dr. \y E Ehlers of Scobey spent
Our new ^spring goods
Now is the time to do your
sewing while the assortments
complete. Jonhson's Store.
th e week end in Plentywood this j
week, doing some shopping and visit
ing with some of her many friends,
N. Paulsen was in town from the
Dagmar country last Friday, attend
ing to business matters at the - court
,, _, T _ —°o—
d °bnson was a business vis
itop from Homestead last Fiiday and
Saturday, attending some of the dis
trict court cases.
H. A Bisbee of Great Falls spent
a few days in Plentywood this week
attending to business interests in
connection with the Mountain States ■
Mrs. A. Pedersen and Miss Alice
of the Dagmar country sMnt a few
in county se*at v his week,
attending to business matters at tlie
O- P- Hovin were herefrom ïntelope
jo attend the show at the OrpheJm
last Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Olson, of Medi
sine Take snent the week end iti
sine cake, spent the ek end in
Plentywood visiting at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Storkan.
Fielding Bush of Medicine Lake
was attending to business matters at
the court house and calling on friends
in this citv last Friday afternoon.
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Mr. and Mrs. Frank Marshal were
In nom the farm west of town last
Tuesday afternoon visiting with
triends and doing some sn >pping
. _ .
Oscar T.ynnes, of Medicine Lake,
was here to attend the dance in the
Farmer-Labor Temple last Saturday
Miss Isabel Fiske who has been at
teding school here for the past term
was called home last week on account
of the death of her mother.
S.C, Faaborglof Medicine
was atending to business masters at|^
, the county seat last Tuesday after- !
rioon - :
James Connole of Reserve was
I here last Saturday evening to attend
] the basket ball game and dance atj
the Farmer-Labor Temple.
= ty ,ast Tuesday ate
w. D, Ray, dentist from Groat
Falls, has spen a few days in Plenty
wood this week. Mr. Ray was look
ing for a new location and had decid
etl that Plentywood is to be the place.
He has rented office rooms over ;
Wests Cafe. The new dentist left,
Tuesday for Great Falls to pack kls 1
belongings and will arrive here wlth
I his family in about two weeks.
1 ■ I
a( i ( v n !fi^f ar,S free Ser Ti" ® n tires -
adv.-40-tf TIRE SHOP.
V r . —°°r
T .'° ( u can _! stand there—;at Orpheum ,
January 2fith mil wVv? Wedne3da >''
,dr -V *-6th and 27th. adv.;
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My l on ' v Y aller ^ nd Trenton Levang
" ei f nere Homestead last Wed
nesday and Thursday.
Radl »tor Solution will not freeze or
Q ., T , -°°
Sit. Jordan fiom Raymond was at
tending to business matters at the
co.unty seat Wednesday afternoon.
M- V CT -°°- . .
fronî S Oi^t^k I îaT T wJT aS i m ^ Wn
from Outlook last Wednesday after
* eve ** n * K> -
Carl Holje was in Plentywood from
Reserve last Wednesday afternoon
So U e s n e K bUSmeSS at ^ C0Urt
Farmers Free Tractor School of in-1
structions and the tractors use on the
farm February. 8 th, 9th 10th. At
the Farmer Labor Temole Peterson
Company.' * adv
—oo— * :
Çhas. Barnstad was attending to !
business matters at the county seat
on friends. He returned to his home !
last Wednesday afternoon and calling
at Reserve the same day.
Bert Hen-on of Raymond was at
tending to business matters at the.
county seat last Wednesday after
— <>o —
Joe Kavon left Sunday evening for
Eastman, Wis., having received word
that his brother had died at that
Pink Baby Announcements for
Girin, Une obm for boys. Exquisite
line at Producers News Prmtery. Ask
for samples and prices.
Nelson"left for Rainville
Mrs N. 1-. Nelson left for Bamville
Saturday to spend Sunday with her
hu^and who is employed in the bank
at W place. She returned Monday.
^ Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Earner enter
tmned a friends her hoim
. un la> evening. Cards ana a social
evening was enjoyed.
A Meflilvpv was in t/iwn from the
A. MtCiHey wa, in town from the
Redstone country last Wednesday
evening to attend the lecture by Mr.
Soltis at the^ Farmer-Labor Temple.
clay visiting withfriends and rela
itives at Scobey. They returned home
,, w . T
; Erne.rt w igmoie ana rsprman Lai
of , ^ edlc l T }f L ^ ke wer ^ in p Pen
tywood last Thursday and Friday,
writing on the eighth grade examina
tlons - _ uo
Bj r th announcements are the best
: form of announcing new arrivals,
Hans Fredricksen and Inger I^ar
sen were among the Dagmar citizens
who attended to business matters in
the county capital this week.
and Mrs. A. M. Peterson spent Sun
Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Brooks and Mr.
e " s 1 r,ni ^ no ?l 00 _
Néws reached here this week that
a baby boy was bom to Mr. and Mrs. I
Oscar Gullickson at Walla Walla,
Mother and son are
(ioin S nicely,
J. J. Morgan was in town from his i
i'ÄÄi I *
Mr ' a 2l SIhÄ" Friday
5© rve vv ® r ^ it'the home
iTs Vi^o PeteSen Tf- I
^ Mr .- and ~r lg «i P , n =o T1 t evening !
^ er dinner a very plea, ant evem S.
was spent. _ 00 _
-,y m Hass was in town from his
f arm i n the Outlook country a few
days this week attending some of
tb cases being tried in district court
and visiting with friends.
You can't «land there—at Orpheum 1
Theatre Tuesday and Wednesday, !
January 26th and 27th. adv. |
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Mrs. Herschel I^ee and Miss Inez
McNeils, who teach school in the
Welliver counti-y, spent the week
end in this city, visiting at the home |
?lof Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Lee and fami
John Sorensen, one of the well
' known farmers of the Dagmar coun- ■
try, spent a few hours in Plentywood
( last Thursday attending to business i
matters and visiting at the Andrew ;
. ., ,, .. _
Joy Wigmore, one of the old time
ranchers of the Redstone country,
! spent a few hours in Plentywood last
Wednesday afternoon, attending to
basinet matters amt calhng »»
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cosper were
' here from Outlook last Wednesday
1 evening to attend the basket ball
I same between Outlook and Plenty
wood at the Farmer-Labor Temple,
Thrv also spent a few hours visiting
: with friendsV
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kelley, of
1 Wolf Point, spent a few hours visit
ing with friends in Plenty-wood last
Tuesday afternoon thov were
ibcinuuii, they' were —
rnpir wav to Dickinson, North Dako
tn where Mr Kellev is scheduled for
a wrestling match.'
The members of the Degree of
' Honor liOdge held their regular meet
ing in the Farmer-l>abor Temple last
Tuesday evening. A large class was'
initiated into the work of the order,
! a dv" Mr- and Mrs. A. N. Peterson,
Mrs tc.ny Hopkins, Mrs. R. T. l^e
and ' Mrs * Van Backer. After the
business meeting, Mesdames A. F.
Ziebarth, Phil Ziebarth and Ray
White served a delicious luncheon
ant sodal hour was en .
lllADDV 1ÜIIÎ ADH
' VilÀ) uUlNUA I
Pionp _ r Upsi dent of This Section
Passed \way at Memorial Hosoi
tal ïondav * P
a _ 1
vv wiii* .1 a nioneer of
Willard ran a restaurant in
* * . . - -/number of vparc
^ entywood f° r N
Proved up on a h0 n the
Raymond country, and for the past
;T er ^ ^qt« S rmintv State Bank 'hp
the Sheridan Cm J e | Si He
The funeral was held at the Evan
helical church, Wednesday, Rev. Cal
vert conducting the servie^ Inter
ment was made at the Plentywood
ce ™, er \' acai , lp „ vp< , to mourn Viic
, The f deceased leaves a ™
1^ e P artur ® a dzughter i-mtu ^ nd
ne P hews ' and three brothers, be
^î des his %^f d
G T and, T' a Willard, resided
W1 ^î him for several . •
The relatives of the deceased have
the smcere sympathy of all in their,
L -- ,
Arrangements have just been made
and completed between the Peterson
i Co. and the management ol the bar -1
Temple for a three day
Tractor School to be held here on
, Febmary 8th, 9th,10th ,
Plentywood gets this tractor school
thru the efforts of Peterson Co. Local
re P^f »^ives and the courtesy of
the Allis Chalmers Tractor Co.
j Allis Chalmers Tractors will be o.n
Æsplay in bot h sizes. Experts direct
from the factory will bethcre the
j Q^^j^Q^king^^rt^Silthe^nachule 0
... narticulad make of iractoiTv the
1 i : n ,, , rf , n eral wav of lav-!
course will be ' •'
in £ plans for the tractoi farmers.
'p bere xv j]j be free entertainments
. n " "ub the free convention and a
dlon S " lth the free convenuon and a
^ eneral « ood time be haib
j The Outlook community and North
wes t Plentywood Bench residents
were shocked to hear of the death of
| Mrs. Peter O. Fiske last Friday at
^ Outlook hospital, de^ath resulting
> 0 m heart failure.
| rro,n qbitiiaRY
j anuarv 15 th at the Outlook Com
munity Hospital, Mrs. Peter 0. Fiske
departed from this earthly vale and
passed bevond the mysterious river
husband, eight children; Isabelle 17,
Melvin 15, George 14, Maggie 12, Al
m a 10, Roy 6, Ruth 3 ami Bertha
Priscilla, a new bom infant.
Funeral services were conducted at
Stivers Hall, Outlook by Rev.
ward Sand and the remains
i aye( f to rest in the Outlook cemetery.
the y remained for five year.-,,
moved to Willow Bunch, Cana hi,
where the/ lived for mne veivs, nnl
then in l920 mo ved to then present
home on the Plentywood Bench.
The deceased was a member of the
Lutheran Congregation and ol the
PentywoocC Bench Ladies* AuL As a
friend am. neighbor she wa: , ev f
true, unseflsh, and willmg to help in
righteous cause, and as a wife and
mother, she could not be surpassed
she now stands within the pearly
pa tes of Heaven, hand in hand tv'n
[her Saviour, awaiting the art val ol
her )ov0ll , mts ] e ft sorrowing benmd.
The members of the local volunteer
department held their annual
fire department hem nneir annual
meeting in the fire halj* to elect offi
■ cer „ £ or ^ be en suwing year, the fol
lowinff officers were elected: L. E.
i Hein e cbie f. l. q. Zeidler, assistant
; chie £. —' "' J
l, new members that were added
• A. M. Peterson, Faye Bradley,
\ were; A. ivi. ueversun, ^ ^ xj.um.v-j,
v P m \nkerman and Carl M. Lund,
question of when the Firemen
Ç he c,ue. won oi . nexfc armua ,
! was also decided that the members
' ' '
i qu»«on u. ^
brought before the meet
la ^ c | ^ a [ ^s decided to be held
| JSfJy èveriS. February 22nd., it
| should strive to make tWs the heat
dance in the history of the fire de
partment's dances. The members of
: Firemen's Relief elected the following
offiers: L. E. Hein, Pres; F. W. Grawe,
Vice Phes. A. J. linger, Secretary, A.
I A. Malcolm, Treas. '
SESSION OF DISTRICT
COURT IS ADJOURNED
14th and lasted until Saturday. Jury
was out until Sunday noon but
couldn't reach an agreeemnt, so were
i Alois Amstutz Case.
• Tried .Tuesday, Jan. 19, 1926.
Defendant was charged with steal
ing a certain sorrel mare from one
Hans Madsen. That the horse was
on its customary' range near his ranch
the fore part of February; that he
didn't see the mai-e again until
around the 14th day of March wnen
he was advised by a party that they
. bad just returned from picking up
bunch of horses ln Cai "' ,la that be
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longed on th * same range as his
horse, and that his horse was includ
ed in the bunch. ■
Witnesses for the State testified
the 7 were in Ca l nada ««»rth of Outlook |
ana saw two other pames driving the
horses, the defendant being in the
le ? d of the ban , ch d ^ an g m a cart
^ ltb a team of-horses. That the par
*?«* who were « rivin S the horses, and !
defendant Amstutz, put the horses in
P asture of some kind up there, and
Plentywood. Witness McNulty was
working for the Receiver of the
, State Bank of Plentywood at that j
time, and was out looking for horses |
that bore the brand of tl f e defendant,
Amstutz and other horses the bank
was interested in, and both McNulty
and Sundstrom knew the horse be
bra^d S ancf H so*tw*ToThtT\-Irk
w^the bunîh. h TTiere 5as no^vL
dence tLt anyone hid see^ the de
■ fend?nt with any of the horses in
'Sheridan County, and the only time
be Z* 5 seen Wlth or near Lnem was
>n Canada when McNulty and Sund
strom were trailing.
The Jury was out 25 minvtcs and
returned a verdict of not guPty.
or CDosiNO or registration
BOOKS TOR THE ANNXTAE TOWN
ELECTION OR THE TOWN OT PLEN- i
TYWOOD, COUNTY OP SHERIDAN,
STATE OP MONTANA, TO BE HELD
ON MONDAY, THE 5th DAY OP
STATE OP MONTANA
COUNTY OP SHERIDAN
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV r EX. accord
ing to law. that I, the undersigned,
RoKistrar in and for Sheridan County,
Montana, will close tho registration
hpÄ ft *5«
18th day of February a. d. 1926. at the
; h °uj; of fl Y'' o'clock P. M.
a^'lforfiaid o™ accouVof the !
Annual Town Election to be held in and
! for the Town of iMentywood. County of
°l»26 ' bétwJâ Se i I
i liourBof/n'clockAM ands7c?Ôïu 1
^ an electors desiring to vote hi !
fore any Notary Public or Justice of I
t b <1 Peace, hut preferably before the
(County Clerk and Recorder at his office
in the Court House in the Town of
i Plentywood, Montana, as and in me,
manner required by law. prior to t/e
day datp and hour fop t £ e closlnK of
who failed to vote at the last gen- i
eral election must register to vote at j
ihis election; electors who moved from
the precinct last voted in to a different |
precinct, must have the change noted 1
on the registration books.
IF YOU ARE NOT REGISTERED,
VOF CANNOT VOTE,
j IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I
1 hereunto set my official signature
Town of Plentywood. Montana, this 18th
day of January, A. D., 1926.^
clu/V^Cicrk and Recover 1L -fnd I -iPfm-n
-x-officio County Registrar'in and' for i
Sheridan County. Montana.
of E the II: state U of CI montana, in
ANI) j. OK THH county or sherx
IN THE DISTRICT COURT Or THE
MARGARET GERGEN, Plaintiff,
GEORGE W, THOMPSEN
...LYN THOMPSEN, his
sometimes signs as
JOHN W. SHELBY; S. J. MURTON ! Wj
& COMPANY, a corporation; VIVA|jajs
DAVIS, and ARTHUR W. MARCH.
TO BE SOLD AT SHERIFFS SALE,
on the 13th day of February, 1926. at ;
the hour of two (2) o'clock P. M. of j R
said day. at the front door or tne coun- ;
ty court house at Plentywood. Montana,
the following described real estate, sit
ited and lying in Sheridan County, | Ejç
Montana, to-wlt: «S
The Southwest Quarter (SWli) of J*
Section Twenty-seven (27). Township i i-j
Thirty-four (34) North, Range Fifty- |
four (54) Bast. Montana Meridian, con- i ffi
taining 160 acres. mor P or less, accord-I
ing to the Government survey thereof;
together with the tenements, heredita
ments and appurtenances thereunto be
longing or in anywise appertaining.
Dated this 21st day of January. 1926.
' RODNEY SALISBURY
HOWARD M. LEWIS and JAMES G.
Attorneys for the 1 Maint iff,
AND EVE- I
(who j w.
''THOMPSON ) : Cc
4 2-t 4
AT THE CHURCHES
A. M. EGGE, Pastor.
Sunday school with Bible class at Sj
10 a. m. i ÇjÊ
Divine worship at 11 a. m. i J5i
Norse services at Dooley at 2:30 !
p. m. ! Rff
A. R. Boone, Pastor
Attendance n both Sunday school
and church w r as back almost to normal
last Sunday after the Holday season.
We are certainly glad for thi? and
.now the High Tide of our Church
year culminating in our Easter Plans.
Ail members and friends wi'l be look
mg fonvard to our AnnUf ,i Church 1 g
Social and .meeting coming SOON. j
Every' Morning Service is intended j
to help YOU. Come and worship with |
U s regularly. 1 —, ' .... lia;
from the fourth gospel will be Above
the Bread and Watter Line."
Our second message
Sunday school at 10;00 A .M.
Junior Endeavor meeting -will meet j
next Sunday at 7:15 P. ty- under the,on
leadership of Lewis Calvert.
Preaching at 7:45 P. M. !
Prayer meeting each Wednesday at
7:30 P. M.
Two Tree Sunday School
Sunday school at 11:00 A. M.
Preaching at 12:00 noon.
. CAR P 9 F /HANKS .
We sincerely .? a . r fa "j
neighbors for their kind help and
sympathy dunngour recent bereave- ,
ment caused by the lo ^ of our great
ly beloved wife and mother We also
wish to express our appnciation for
the beautiful *} oral a j£>
Rev. Sand for the comfort and service j
i he rendered us.
PETER 0 FISKE and Children.
LARS CX FISKE Children '
MRS. ANNA FISKL and Children.,
• Dr. W. D. Roy. dentist of Great *
* Falls, will locate at Plentywood *
* on or about February first. *
* Dr. Roy comes to* Plentywood *
* from Great Falls., where he has *
* been engaged in an office for the •
* past four years. He has had ten *
* years of practice in general den- *
.• over the Wes? Cafe which
* now being prepared for occupa- *
* tion. *
* The coming of another dentist *
* will mean Ktter Total service *
* for the people of Sheridan County 11
* for Dr. Gustafson, who has been *
* in Plentywood for years, has had *
more work than he could do.
week attending to business matters
at the court house and calling*
, same of her adv friends
* NEW DENTIST WILL
LIVE AT PLENTYWOOD *
Mrs. Hany Hoffman,
spent a few days in Plentywood last
DR. W. D. ROY
announces that he will locate
in Plentywood, on or shortly
Monday, February 1
and he will be found in the
office rooms over the West
Cafe, where he will be at the
service of the public.
Four Wheel Brakes
Smooth Mohair Upholstery
Will sell for
WILL BE ON DIS PL A Y
ABOUT MARCH 10 AT
LADIES' HOSPITAL CLUB
TO HAVE MEETING
The Ladies' Hospital Club will have
a meeting Monday evening, January
25th, at the hospital. Election of of
ficers far the ensuing year will occur
and other important business will be
transacted. All members are urged
to be present.
Art Wankle of the Dooley country
spent a few days in Plentywood last
Dr. E. G. Steele wishes to announce
the opening of offices at the Hospital
for the practice of general medicine
Special attention given to diseases
and surgery *f the eye, ear, nose and
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