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local Neu&f llnQ g .-. \Vm. Ator is reported on the this week. —-oo—* bathing su»»» go to Johnsons ur and Mrs. I. Brooks were here , ^ Culbertson last Tuesday after- fr0 ( attend the ball ame. Mrs. sick b 5 * For St« re to coon of the old timers John Sather one , J " u the Westby country was attend I* 0 ®business matters at the court SSse last Tuesday. Rillie Paske is spending the week ■: h his uncle, Henry Raan on his J2m * the Doo ,^L country ' Snaps on second hand cars—Peter Co. son ■-OO , R gtice, Chrysler dealer from s attending to business town last Wednesday and Hfilliston, wa -otters in ' Thursday • Margaret McNulty is spend ing week visiting her friend Miss Wanklc on the farm in the Miss in? vWona Dooley country . ^_ Mrs Emil Rasmussen was in from the farm in the Dagmar country last Wednesday afternoon visiting with friends and doing some shopping. The Antelope Lutheran Ladies Aid .dl be entertained by Mrs. Arne U CV at her home Thursday, after July 8. Everybody welcome. noon, Wm. Gottleib returned Monday from Seattle, Washington, where he has ?pent the past month visiting with his family . The A. M. Peterson family are mov ing this week into the Reidenour res idence recently vacated by the Faye Bradley family. Messrs. Ernes? 0 Peterson and E. w" Battleson were among the Sco bev citizens who attended the ball here Tuesday afternoon. game The members of the Plentywood Post of the American Legion re ceived an invitation this week to Regi Sask., where the Canadian Le , , , . , ,,_•_George fever, the baby girl Manon Elizabetn I? suffering with a rathe se _ 00 _ Axel Johnsen, farmer from the Dag-1 mar was in Plentywood last Monday attending to busmess matters, .Ir. Johnsen, drove home in a new Chevro let sedan purchased from Peterson na, The Forrest Goodman family were ouarantined this week with scarlet; tick. Co. Lewis last Thursday afternoon. They enjoyed a picnic luncheon on the Lew is lawn at 1 o clock after which bridge was enjoyed for a few hours. The members of the Reading Glut' met at the home of Mrs. Howard _ , ., ._ _ The members of the Crazy Cat Or chestra accompanied by Aldan John son left Monday for a tour of the southeastern part of the state where they will put on a series of dances Their first dance will be at Wolf Point ^ «^3 gy ks> îâ fN i B ^ Îk! 53 HOW ABOUT THAT HARVEST ORDER? •xri I ë m ■V r . T1 - - Very shortly you will be thinking about your harvest supplies, and the groceries that you will need during threshing. Your first thought may be the mailorder catalog, but we want to call your attention to our special harvest bar gains which you can not beat with any mailorder catalog you ever saw. The following bargains are good for Saturday, July 3rd and Saturday, July 10th only. Xr XL I 'A m $1.95 23 lbs. sugar . l/l S. O. Tomatoes, six cans for. 7 cans standard peas for. fancy Golden Bantam Corn for. Armous Veribest Milk. 6 lbs. Market Day Raisins. 1 Man Size work shirt, heavy Chambray. 1 pair 220 Denim Overalls, size 32 to 28 waist 4 lb. pail American Star Lard. 1.00 1.00 1.00 4 cans 1.00 8 cans 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 ■VJ V. 1 Trade Where Your $ Buys the Most I Moe & Moore I Plentywood, Montana Phone No. 5 We Deliver HE CT; 3 iH mnn mm ilM'halcîid i|ayi;BraT&a «s ♦ ♦ \iL-i a Sunday AND Monday 95 His People 66 -X Ilf theatre -With Rudolph Schildgraut, Blanche Mehaffey, Arthur Lubin, George Lewis, Edgar Ken nedy and Kate Price. JULY 4th and 5th PLENTYWOOD, MONTANA 181 •S3-E3-C3E3-&3 !mm'' y E.-J Gus Earner was over from Ray- mond to spend the week end visit- ing at the home of his brother, Henry Earner and family. A snap on a two-row com cultiva- tor. Peterson Co. 12tf Fred Petersen from Dagmar spent Saturday and Sunday in this city at tending to business matters and vis iting with friends. Mrs. I. L. Shippee was in from the farm last Saturday afternoon doing some shopping and visiting friends. For real price on tires and tubes see Peterson Co. 15 percent discount on all men's and boys' shoes and oxfords—John 13-lt sons Store The Outlook Lutheran Ladies' Aid will have an ice cream social at the Every church Saturday, July 10th. body welcome. Attorney Hugh Marron and wife spent the week end in this city. Mr. Marron was attending to legal busi ness matters at the court house. Mr. and Mrs. Joe F. Dolin and fam ily were here from Medicine Lake last Friday to spend the evening vis iting with friends. —or*— Mrs. Blaine Dean and son Jimmie spent he week visiting with her sis ter, Miss Stella King, on the farm in the Dooley country'' . ■ ■ — OO -. A pair of tortoise shell-rimmed glasses have been left in the office of the Producers News, have them on proper identification. -no Elanora Hanson from Scobey was attending to business matters and vis-i iting with friends in this city last Owner may Monday and Tuesday, Another shipment of good looking Pumps for ladies and children—John sons Store 13-lt Orville Iverson left Wednesday for his home at Missoula after having spent the past 10 days in this city visiting Miss Alice Young, county li brarian. —oo— Johnson from Dooley spent the week end in this city attending to business matters and visiting with j his sister,, Mrs. Roy Meadors and family, La ur Hz Jensen, Antelope is the new Watldns Dealer in Sheridan coun ty. He will call on you regular adv g-tf Wm. Leader, farmer from the Archer country' transacted business , matters in thi> city first of the week. Le ader reports mightly good i cr conditions in his section, ' ! L. B. McFarlin, from Ray, N. D., spent a few days in Plentywood this j week attending to business matters at th P i en tvwood Milling Company, _, )0 — Mrs. Geo. Epier and children were here from Dooley last Saturday af | ternoon * shopping and visiting with I friends. Harold Donaldson went to Minot 1 last Tuesday and returned with a new Buick car. Dr. and Mrs. Cloud were here from Medicine Lake last Monday at tending to business matters. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Higgins of Medicine Lake were here last Friday on a short shopping tour. —oo Mr. Wm. Haas of Outlook was in Plentywood, Thursday, attending to business matters. Dry cleaning done reasonably. Men and women clothes. Inquire Mrs. J. 12-t2 D _ ^ u S8 an * -OO Dr. Steele reports the birth of an eigght pound baby daughter, bom to Mr. and Mrs. Herron, July 1 1926. -OO Al. Hanson is enjoying a two i weeks vacation from his duties at the ! A. Ingwalson store, I Mr. and Mrs* C. J. Poe were here from Medicine Lake last Friday af ternoon attending to business mat ters and doing some shopping. Messrs. A. C. Scott and Martin , I Larsen were here from Grenora, N. ! G., last Tuesday afternoon to attend 1 the ball game. —ot : Attorney E. L. Walters and H. A. Streeter were here from Bainville a f ew days first of the week attend i R g to legal business matters. Miss Ethel Peterson from Dagmar accepted a position in the Clerk and Recorder's office. She commenced her duties Tuesday. "■ OO For Sale—Cheap if taken at once, good 3 Vs inch Studebaker wagon with 125 bushel grain tank, just like new. Peterson Company. Mr. and Mrs. Viggo Peterson and family spent Saturday and Sunday visiting with friends at Reserve. Palmer Routed "from Westbv was Teatbusies ^tSfrnthis^firstof thewe?k matters in this city first of the week. R. C. Wolsey from Galesburg, 111., spent a few days in Plentywood, this week attending to business matters at the county treasurers office. t t /v^ a j 4 - ^ Fn"L U SeaSfwa r irwh«"l^ he has been on a short business and pleasure trip. Ed. Powers from Medicine Lake was attending to legal business mat ters at the court house last Wed nesday. 12tf - OO Charlie Ross, farmer from the Out look country' was attending to busi ness matters at the country treasur ers office last Tuesday. County Commissioner F. French and Attorney Grant Gakewell drove from Medicine Lake last Tues day to attend to business matters, rpv I - i_ • ii-rt l q ii They also took m the ball game. Mr. and Mrs. Balder Jensen were here from Redstone last Tuesday at tending to business matters and in cidentally visiting with some their friends. Mr. Jensen is man a^er of the Ingwalson store at Red .Lp Earl Cosper was in town from his farm in the Outlook country first the week attending to business mat ters. up Ghaa. E. Taylor of the Producers News has been ill with tonsilitis this week. Peter Fiske, farmer from east of town was looking after business matters in this city Wednesday. -OO— Chas. Seaberg from the Outlook territory was a business visitor at the county seat first of the week. Art Jackson was in town from his farm in he Westby country last Mon- day on a short business trip. I P. G. Anderson one of Westby's 1 prominent citisens was attending to business matters at the county seat Saturday. 'Clerk of Court Dan Olson made a business trip to Westby Saturday af ternoon, returning home the day. same ; Mr. and Mrs. Folmer Christiansen from Dagmar were attending to bus iness matters and doing some shop ping in this city last Thursday. The Marsh Evangelical Ladies Aid will meet at the home of Mrs. J. P. 1 Moore at Raymond, Thursday after noon, July 8th, 19,26. Everybody welcome. 7-2-'26. Miss Emma KcJlman returned first of the week from Minnesota and North Dakota points where she had paid an extended visit to old time friends and relatives. Andrew Ueland, one of the old timers from the Outlook country was j in this city last Wednesday attend ing to business matters and having some dental work done. „ Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Hans Anderson were in from their farms in the Dagmar country last Monday afternoon, to take out hail insurance, and incident ally spend a few hours visiting at the Andrew Hansen home. The members of the Boy Scouts left Tuesday for Brush l ake where — 7 WÜ1 »P*™ 1 «" ne * 1 day « swimnun * , aad i 1°^' They were accompanied by ^ Boone. Mrs . Herbert Grant of Redstone was in Plentywood, Wednesday, last week . From here she went to Out looklook where she had her tonsils removed at the Outlook hospital. ^ Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Raab came up from Medicine Lake last Sunday to I spend the day visiting with friends , and relaives. They attended the Lu theran Church convention held in the Farmer-Labor Temple, -no TT r nf tho nmmi U ; Barnhouse, oneof nent farmers from the Comerte n county was attending t 1 eaS matters in thiadty lastTueaday. Mr BâriTihousG pâid the News office 3 pleagant _ho°— Mrs. J. Debmg and daughter Be atnee left last week for points in of Minnesota where they will spend the summer months visiting with rela tives. Mrs. Debing just dosed a sue cessful term on school at Redstone. ——oo— Mr. and Mrs. Flaten left Monday for their home at Minot, N. D., after having spent the past 10 days in this city visiting at the home of Mr. Plat en's sister, Mrs. Fred Ibsen and family. of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hansen, Mrs. Henry Timerman and Miss Eva ' i Chapman went to Medicine Lake last Sunday afternoon, the ladies spsnt the ; time visiting while Andrew looked af I ter some of his farming interests in j that section. ' 1 Joe McCann came first of the week from Fairview, this state, where he has charge of à garage. The Me Cann family will move to Fairview ÄÄrjÄÄ ä,t in .eS y Lang ' 3 garagc for I year * _oo_ Jack Reuter and family left Mon day for Yellowstone park after hay |Si aT n the a gSU'? ' Reuter' home. ; t'tti^hor 1 t |%t a after a " I tne wesi ' ^ Mr. and Mrs. John Sarrels were in town from their farm in the Comer town country last Saturday after noon on a short shopping trip, they ! went to Reserve from here where 1 they attended the annual meeting of the Farmers Mutual Fire Insurance I company. 5?,; 9 f\ V A -X-i 1 1 Pure ICE CREAM Cooling, satisfying, and nourish ing—let the children have all they It is the ideal summer want* dessert. Mose's CONFECTIONERY -X Plentywood Montana Mrs. Harry Larsen and daughter were here from Antelope last Sunday to attend the convention of the Lu theran church held at the Farmer- Labor Temple, Ernie Ryan returned first of the week from points in Minnesota where he has spent the past month visiting with friends and relatives at his old home. Mrs. Fred Decker from Dooley spent Friday in this city visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. Fred Foreman and family, and doing some shopping, Oscar Lindat, farmer from the Outlook country was a business vis iter here last Tuesday, taking out I j Everett Heule, agent for the Wells ' Dicky Cd., of Great Falls was in Plentywood last Saturday attending to legal business matters at the some state hail insurance on his crop. n Mr ' and c M "' N f lS Madsenwentte ? affmar Sunday to attend the Mid Summer Fest of the Damsh Luther ' an Church, they spent the afternoon i visiting Mr. Madsen's brother and family, court house. , TQ . , Messrs. George and Leonard Sin were ln ,? w~i rmS j * he Reserve precinct last Wednesday te attend the ball game and do some shopping, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. McNulty aud daughter Margaret and Miss Kath enne McNulty motored to Scobey last Sunday to spend the day visit spend the day visiting at the homes of friends, and attend the Lutheran convention. _^o— C. L. Trustheim, one of the pros perous farmers from the Reservation was attending to business matters in this city last Wednesday. Mr. Trust heim took out state hail insuraance ^ * th * ? ete \ Moe returned Tuesday from Missoula, this state where he has , been attending the Montana State University, after spending a few NewlaT™ He went to Aroher to JL nd tbe remaining summer months i LTm! ? summer monu ' l_o 0 — Mr Olorvik. Dravton. N. Dakota, ing with friends, —oo— Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wagnell and Mrs. 'Christ Wagnell were here from Outlook country last Sunday to with his family. Mr. Glorvik, Drayton, N. Dakota, ' J - who is to be principal of the public schools of Plentywood for the coming term, was in this city the fore part of the week visiting and getting things lined up for the school. He returned home Wednesday. ! Carl Hamer and Edward Nord ha-! ' « en » farmers from the Westby coun try were attending to business mat teTg in town Monday. They report splendid crop conditions in the West ; ^ country # —no— Mr . and Mrs . Waldon Richardson and Miss Margaret Richardson were j n town from their farm south of Antelope last Wednesday afternopn do ing some shopping and visiting f r j e nds. Judge Frank P. Leiper of Glen dive presided at a special term of court held here last Saturday, on matters in which Judge Paul is dis- . qualified. He went to Scobey Satur- j | da y afternoon to preside over a term | of court at that place. 1 1 00 Miss Emma Crone entertained a | few friends at a sumptuous dinner Thursday at six o'clock. She had as j her guests Misses Lynch, Young, Boris and Helander and Orville Iver son. ( Wilhelm Mj'ha£I Pete-n was taj ters. Mr. Peterson made application for his final citizenship papers at the office of the clerk of court. Katherine Mam^entertained ■ 1 ; ing and a delicious luncheon served at five o'clock, ' _ , . Mr. and Mrs. Stenehjem and fami ly are moving their household fu™ Uhings to Scobey, by truck, this week where they will make theier future home. The Stenehjems have j resided in this city for a number of years and have hosts of friends in all circles. Mr. Stenehjem has been employed at Scobey for several months but postponed moving the family until school and parochial school terms had expired. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Munsen and fam ily were here from Dooley last Tues day to attend the ball game and in cidentally spend a few hours visit ing with old time friends. Mr. Mun sen is expecting a visit from his moth er, Mrs. Dell Munsen from San Fran cisco in the near future. Mrs. Mun sen is well known in this city having resided here for a number of years prior to moving west, she has a host of friends who will welcome a visit from her. _ ^ _ I gion members are holding their an nual convention July 10th. All the Legion posts in this section of the state are invited to attend this con vention and some elaborate prepara tions are being made on the^part of the Regina Post to make things comfortable for the guests. The members of Posts from the south western part of the state who come by rail, will be met at Glasgow, Wolf Point and Poplar with cars from where they will go to Scobey where they will be joined by the members of that city and will go in a group to Regina. Odin Lutness, farmer from the Comertown country was attending to business matters and hobnobbing with friends on our streets first of the week. j Rev, and Mrs. Frost from the Dag-1 mar country were renewing old ac- i quaintances and attending to busi matters in this cvity last Wed ary will meet at the home of Mrs. C. W. Peterson on Thursday evening July 8th. Mrs. H. D. Moore and Mrs. C. W. Peterson will entertain jointly. All members and persons eli- gible are invited to attend . -OO- ness nesday. The members of the Women's Auxi- _ , _ , . Theodore Thomson, farmer from the Outlook country transacted coun ty seat business matters here last Tuesday. Mr. Thomson purchased paint and will give all his farm buildings a fresh coat of paint in the near future. „ _ . , ,, . „ . Walter Tnplett returned first of I the week from Davenport, Iowa, j where he has been for some time ' visiting with relatives. After a few days in Plentywood he returned to his farm in the Redstone country. —oo— i A. G. Amundsen of this city and Jack Dwyer of Bainville returned 0 f tRe W eek f r0 m Whitefish, this state, where they have been for the ^ wee ks enjoying a vaca £ on fishing> hunting ^ camp ing, .they reported a splendid time. -OO iyî r and Mrs. Cairns left today (p^day) for their home in Minnesota a ^ er having spent the past two weeks - n ^is city visiting with Mrs. Cairns' sister, Mrs. Hevnry Earner and fam ily. They are making the trip by car. _oq _ Miss Mabel Foss closed a success f u i three weeks term of Parochial school at the Lutheran church last Fridav. Friday evening she accom named her pupils to the Marron * oulees w h e re thev enjoyed a pic nic j uncbeon and marshmellow and we j ner roas t Miss Foss left Mon , for Dci0 j ev where she will con , \ tv . rpp Vppkc term of nar M at the Lutheran church ; at that place. ^ . Mr and Mrg A F ziebarth re turned first of the week from points. in North Dakota and Minnesota where they have been visiting with to relat îy es for th f.,P ast month '. report crop conditions poor in the east> hot dry weather. However,, ^ ad a splendid time but were *lad to get back to Shendan çoun ^ad to get back to Sheridan coun a— TT^y were accompanied home, . Mrs. Can ty* ._.,, ._ j by Mrs. Ziebarth s niece. Mr - oan ! terbury and son W esley from Minn^ j apohs, who will remain here for month. _ , „ . i The following marnage licenses ha-! were issued from the office of the clerk of « ur JÎ*,Jîf JLj 1 rt,!' weeks: Fred M. Hanson andFve hm Hancock, June J / .Y aa f H pf t Gladys Gleo Bantz, both^^of F * er wood» June 15th, Fred Frszicr 3ncl Violet Bain, both of Hentywopd, June l^ h ; Robert Emmett Gonnley of and Lucy Tax, both of ^ tedicine Lake, June 22nd; Ervin O. Petersön and Mabel Isabel Gakken, both Froid, June 22nd; Thomas Hola an Selma Thomas both of Talmage.lg» Sask June 29th. of I re Attention ! of the Soil! Tillers As harvest is again close at hand we have set up a McCormick Deering binder for your inspection. If you need a harvese don't fail to look this over as McCormick or Deering means reliability and satisfaction in harvest time. We also carry a full and complete line of repairs for these machines. Kollman Impl. Co. PLENTYWOOD, MONT. i Tt. iT. iTi «T » ill ill iT « iTi ill iTI iT » lXj lL lXj lL lXj lXj lL lXi lXj lL iXj lXj lXi lZj uL I Just arrived—a new assortment of furniture. Peterson Co. Ole Bakken was in town from his farm east of Antelope last Wednes day attending to business matters. Mrs. Halmer Peterson was brought to the local hospital last Sunday from Grenora, N. D., suffering from a rup- tured appendix. She was operated on the same day and apparently getting [along nicely until Monday when a change came for the worse and she died Monday afternoon, she companied here by Dr. Halladav from Grenora, who had charge of her case, was ac- Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Peterson and 'family and Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Moore and family went to Opheim last j Saturday evening and spent Sunday visits at the L. C. Peterson home, | they returne<1 Sunday evening and were accompanied by'Mrs. C. L. Pet erson who left Tuesday for Fergus j Falls, Minnesota, where she will spend the summer months visiting with her ; parents . Mrs. Peterson is a sister of | Mrs. Moore, i Henry Raan was in from his farm in the Dooley country last Wednes day attending to business matters at the court house. Mr. Raan took out State Hail insurance on his crop, and will leave Monday by car for points in Minnesota and N. D., where he will visit with old time friends and rela tives for a few weeks, accompanied by his sister Mrs. Lilli ian Paske and children. They have their car equipped for camping and expect to enjoy life in the open on the trip. He will be The members of the Plentywood Post of the American Legion will put on a dance at Koskis' barn north of Outlook on July 17th. The boys have made preparations for a large crowd and the best orchestra obtainable will furnish the music. It is needless to say that this is an excellent place to dance, as there have been dances at Kowski's barn for a number of years and Plentvwood people know that the floor is in splendid shape. The boys are planning on giving a series of ! dances, and one which the old timers are eagerly looking forward to is a harvest ti™ rfance which u® h^put tor July mh wilf bTone where old and yoU ng alike may have a good time, profeeds from which will be ! gent to the disabled soldiers home, The members of the Women's Aux ThjjjiUary will he on the streets first of the we ek selling tickets. - ZIEBARTHS BACK FROM j MO TOR TRIP , and A F . Ziebarth and son> Oliver, returned Saturday from a a montb > s vacation tour. They left on May 27 and visited friends and rela tives at Sidney, Glendive, Baker, Mon tana Bowman N D gpearfish. Lead, id city> Aberde en, S. D., Faribault Minneapolis, St. Cloud, Minn., Devils Lake> Minot and Landeau, N. D. Their trip also included a short J 1 stav at Mr. 7 ebarth's old b.* • c at ?y-1 Hutchison. Mmn., and an>.hcr atop wîiiîctnn tVip f/vfoi trin which ^ Wdhstom Mr ziebarth rex>orts that | thousands of acres of crops were very * n Horth Dakota. In the west of j n art of the state they were fair ., best he saw were between „STandC^rtson plentywo od ana ^uioeirson.