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LOCAL
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Frank Guenther returned for
JJ* two weeks visiting with her
Mr?
the
friends
'ramify Shoe Store,—Adv.
Glow Krebsbach is assisting
the work in the office at Lang's
this week.
for the Whole Family" at
The
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with
parade
*| rs Fred Decker from Dooley
•' a few days in Plentywood this
'Jp.k visiting at the home of her
Mrs. Fred Foreman and family.
sister
Dr Bolton, the Outlook dentist has
r.ed from bis vacation.—Adv tf.
Mrs Ralph Hair sent a few days
week visiting Mrs. H. E. Ross at
the farm.
hei home on
Fall footwear at prices that mean
5 a les. Johnson's Store.—Adv.
Mr- L. E. Rue entertained at din
last Tuesday at six o'clock com
rtary to. Mrs. R. McCain. Places
laid for eight.
Turner the Insurance man
ner
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were
from Poplar spent a couple of days
first of the week attending
ss matters.
in town
to busin
Fly-Tox the milkhouse against flies.
—Adv.
;, s Cora Risa left Tuesday for her
■ at Soo, Montana after having
t the week in this city visiting
M
horn
«pen
Mrs. Arthur Ziebarth.
XeL Madsen, county clerk and re
corder is spending a two weeks' va
cation on his farm in the Dagmar
country.
A snap on two electric wash ma
chines if bought at once. Peterson Co.
—Adv.
Mrs. G. H. Tibbetts from Redstone
is staving at the C. C. Johnson home
the absence of Mr. and Mrs.
during
Johnson. ■
Mrs. N. L. Nelson returned home
last Thursday from Butte, this state,
where she has been attending the
Grand Chapter of the O. E, S.
in that tire and have it vul
canized. Tire Shop.—Adv—20-4t.
Henry Semingson from Crosby, N.
D., was attending to business matters
at the court house a few days first
of the week.
Let us repair your furnace now.
They all need it. Peterson Co.—Adv.
Miss Mabel Walters returned last
Thursday from points on the western
coast where she has been visiting for
the past three weeks. She also spent
some time visiting friends at Butte,
this state, and 'Culbertson.
Farm for rent—1 mile SE of Plen*
tvwood. Emma Savage, Plentywood,
—Adv.—tf.
Mrs. H. W. Earner left last week
for Great Falls, where they will spend
a couple of weeks visiting her brother
She expects to remain at Lake Mc
Donald in Glacier park for a few days
be!ore returning home to Plentywood.
Get your radio supplies at the Tire
Shop.—Adv.20-4t.
Thomas Pleisaunce and son George
arrived here first of the week from
Douglas, Arizona to spend a few days
at the home of Mr, and Mrs. A. F.
7. « rth. Mr. Pleisaunce Ls a brother
of Mrs. Ziebarth.
Henry Goodman came from Scobey,
where he is employed with the West
land Oil Co., to spend the week end
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Forest Goodman and family, he re
turned home Monday morning.
Mrs. Joe McCann motored to Cul
bertson last Sunday where she joined
her husband and went on to Glen
dive, where they spent a couple of
visiting friends and attending
to' business matters.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Raaes and
family. Mr. and Mrs. John Palubicki
and family and Mr. and Mrs. George
Koenig motived to Culbertson last
Sunday, to spend the day gathering
wild plums on the banks of the Mis
souri river.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Darlin and son
and Mrs. Helen Byrd w r ere here from
Scobey to spend the week end visit
ine with friends and relatives. 'Chas.
helped the Krazy Kat Orchestra fur
da
nish music far the dance at the Farm
er-Labor Temple, Saturday night.
Nels Levang was here from Home
s=tf-ad last Monday attending to some
school matters at the court house and
incidentally calling on some of his
many old time friends in this city.
Mi. Levang is one of the old timers of
the Momestead country.
, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Marcy arrived
ir-t of the week from Belgrade, S.
P-> to spend a few days in this vicin
itv visiting their daughter, Mrs. Roy,
Mr. and Mrs. Roy met them at Bain
ville.
Mi, îjnd Mrs. R. McCain and daugh"
'■■ r _ Genevieve left Wednesday for
|heir home at Bismarck, N. D., after
having .-pent 10 days in this city vis*
jhng at the L. E. Rue and A, Riba
homes, Mrs. McCain is a sister of
"l Rue and Mrs. Riba.
t>r. Knmer, Eyesight specialist of
Htlena will be at the following towns
on these dates:
Redstone, Sept. 21, p.m.—22 a.m.
Dooley, Sept. 23, p.m.
^'hitetail, Sept. 24, p.m.—25, a.m.
Plentywood, Sept. 25 p.m. and Sun
day the 26 .
Fr oid, Sept. 27.
, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Truax and
Laughter Edith, and sons, David,
«oward and Harlin were here from
Lolumbus, N. 1).. to spend a few days
'Siting at the home of Mrs. Truax'
s 'ster, Mrs. L. E. Hein. They re
urned to their home Sunday after
noon. "
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Health au horities tell us the ma
jonty of the 500,000 deaths annually
R ung children under ten years of
T' 0Ccur during the months when
. ' and other insects are most nu
to : rou >' Fly-Tox kills flies, mosqui
an d other disease carrying in
fill fryTox was developed at the
remost scientific research institute
f itS kln< l in the world. Get Fly-Tox
wilv Li° ur r °tailer, always in bottles
blue label.—Adv.
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Miss Esther Acre from Scobev is
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Fred Newgaard from • Medicine
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er-Labor Temple last Saturday night.
Ton«' H° d MrS ' Andrew Hansen
Jens Hansen motored
last Sunday.
New curtains and draperies
Johnson Store.—Adv. P
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Harry De Silva made a trip to Sco
bey last Monday in interest .of his pop
factory. He returned home Tuesday.
Miss Laura Aspelund was in town
art Saturday evening visiting her
father, O. A. Aspelund.
Better shoes for less money at The
ramily Shoe Store.—Adv.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kurtz and fami
ly spent Sunday visiting at the home
of Mr. KuYtz' brother at Opheim.
The appropriate time to paint your
home with Sherwin-Williams Peter
son Co.—Adv.
K. Hendrickson from Antelope was
m Plentywood last Tuesday visiting
his brother Henry, and attending to
business matters.
T ruck tires that are guaranteed —
Tire Shop.—Adv. 20-4t.
Miss Grace Goodman is quarantined
with scarlet fever this week.
_ Mrs.
\Vm. A tor from the Antelope country
is taking care of her during the ab
sence of her mother.
Mesdames Arthur Rankin and N. K.
Markuson from Medicine Lake were
here first of the week doing some
shopping and visiting wkh friends.
Everything in shells, guns, and
equipment for hunters.
—Adv.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Wagner and
family and Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Rue
and family spent a couple of days at
Sidney this week picking wild plums.
They returned home Tuesday,
Mrs. H. L. Larson from Antelope
was in Plentywood last Tuesday, do
ing some shopping and visiting with
her sister, Mrs. Fred Newgaard.
Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Matkin were
here from their farm in the Redstone
country last Tuesday doing some
shopping and visiting with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Morck from An
telope were here last Saturday eve
ning to attend the benefit dance at
the Farmer-Labor Temple.
Nels Thon returned first of the
week from Peerless and Richland
where he has been doing some car
penter work for the past two months.
Irving Brightsman from Dooley
was attending to business matters
here first of the week. Mr. Brights
man purchased a new Chevrolet truck
from Peterson company.
Mrs. Margaret Strathem from Red
stone was attending to legal business
matters here and doing some shop
ping last Monday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. George Munsen were
in from their farm last Wednesday
afternoon doing some shopping and
visiting with friends.
Ed. Iverson from Outlook was at
tending to business matters here first
of the week. Among other things he
purchased a Chevrolet sedan from the
local dealers.
Joe Kosky came in from his farm
in the Outlook country last Saturday
to drive home a new Chevrolet truck
purchased from Peterson company.
Miss Christine Onstad from Almo,
N. D., is spending the week in this
city visiting her sister, Mrs. A. M.
Peterson.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. McNulty and
family and Miss Katherine McNulty
were dinner guests at the home erf
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Goff at theeir farm
home in the Antelope country last
Sunday.
The members of the Eastern Star
order will hold their regular meeting
at their lodge rooms Wednesday eve
ning September 8th. This will be
their first meeting after two months'
vacation.
Ole J. Benson, farmer from south
of Redstone was attending to busi
ness matters in this dty last Wednes
day afternoon. Mr. Benson has just
completed threshing a huge crop of
wheat.
Mrs. .
home Wednesday from Great Falls,
this state where she has been for the
past three weeks visiting ^t the home
of her sister, and many friends. She
came in response to a message that i
her daughter Grace had scarlet fever, j
Misses Sarah and Ann Hansen mo
tored to Reserve last Sunday from
where they accompanied their sisters,
Mrs. Anton Anderson and Mrs. Jack
Rattern aker to Williston. They re
turned home Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Nelson and fam
ily left last Wednesday for Great
Falls, this state, where they will make
their future home. Mr. Nelson plans
on starting a sheep ranch near Great
Falls. They will be greatly missed
by their many friends in this city.
Forrest Goodman returned
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MONEY TALKS
Salesman, Salesladies and Re
tail merchant. My items fit all
of you. Salesman averages $1.00
pi ont for every dealer called on.
Costs dealer $2.00, he sells for
$3.50. Salesman makes $1.00. If
you are a Salesman or wish to
become one. If you never sold .
anything in your life I will tell
you how to make better than
$100.00 a week. (Address)
Geo. L. Lane, Mansfield, Ohio.
Attorney L. J. Onstad came in last
rnday from his farm in the Westby
country to have some auction bills
printed. Mr. Onstad has rented his
farm and will dispose of all his farm
machinery and equipment. The sale
will be held Saturday, September 11,
with Frank Murray as auctioneer.
Margaret Braden entertained a few
lady friends at a picnic dinner Sunday
afternoon in honor of Miss Margaret
McNulty who will leave next week
for Minneapolis, where she will attend
business college. A very enjoyable
time was enjoyed by all, and many
well wishes were extended to Miss
Margaret.
The home of Mrs, Fred Foreman
was the scene of a very pretty party
last Tuesday when Mrs. Foreman and
Miss Margaret Dodge entertained a
few friends complimentary to Miss
Margaret McNulty. The guests
joyed card games and a dainty lunch
eon served at 11 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. John Lucas came here
first of the week from Miles City to
spend a few days visiting Mrs. Lucas
mother, Mrs. Chas. Brumpton.
Lucas was formerly Miss Ruth
Brompton and has many friends here
who are glad to have her back. They
were accompanied by Miss Florence
Brompton who has spent the
months in Miles City.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Daley and Mrs.
Glen Ingell were here from Redstone
last Monday doing some shopping and
visiting friends. Mr. Daley reports
that he has just completed threshing
his wheat crop and that he got 2680
bushels from 110 acres, which was
somewhat more than he had expected.
Roy Parkhurst left Monday for Des
Moines, Iowa, where he will take
a course in osteopathy for the coming
nine months. Mr. Parkhurst graduat*
ed from the Plentywood high school
last year and has been employed in
the local post office since that time.
He has scores of friends among the
older people as well as his school
mates who are sorry to see him leave
but who wish him every success in
his new work.
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Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Johnson left
first of the week for Atlantic City,
N. J., where Mr. Johnson will attend
the National Convention Titlemen.
Mr. W. B. Clark of Miles City is pres
ident of the Montana Title Associa
tion and Mr. C. C. Johnson of this
city is vice president. They will rep
resent the Montana Title Association
at the convention. They expect to
spend some time visiting with rela
tives at Chicago and Detroit, before
returning home.
Gilbert Lasater arrived last Satur
day from Eugene, Oregon, to spend
a few days looking after his farming
interests and visiting with old time
friends. Mr. Lasater was among the
first settlers in Sheridan county, and
was an active farmer and rancher up
until a few years ago when he moved
to Oregon to live on account of his
wife's health. He has scores of
friends among the old time farmers
and business men, who are glad to
welcome him back. Mr. Lasater is
proprietor of a boarding house at Eu
gene, Oregon, and says that business
is good but he is always glad to come
back to Montana.
The members of the reading club
gave a very nice party at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Hein last Tues
day evening complimentary to Mrs.
N. L. Nelson who left Wednesday for
Great Falls. At 7:00 o'clock a deli
cious dinner was served after which
bridge was played at four tables un
til 11 o'clock, when light refreshments
were served. When the scores were
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counted it was found that Mrs. Emory
Lundquist was prize winner for hold
ing high score. Mrs. Nelson was pre
sented with a gift, a hand painted
china sugar bowl and cream pitcher,
as a token of remembrance from the
club members. The departing guests
wished Mrs. Nelson all the success
necessary for a bright and prosper
ous future.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J; Moore and Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Luebke were called to
Glasgow Saturday on account of the
death of Frank Mason, the grand fa
ther of Mesdames Moore and Luebke.
Mr. Mason would have been 86 years
old the middle of this month and had
been in excellent health until a fort
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cemetery. The Moores and Luebkes
returned to Plentywood Tuesday af
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County Agent'» Notes
M. P. OSTBY, County Agent.
Most of the threshing in Sheridan
county has already been completed,
and the rest will be finished within
one week according to County Agent
Ostby.
The yield this year has been ex
ceptionally good- Summer fallow has
brought as high as 35 bushels. The
county average will probably be 14
bushels of good quality, most grain
grading No. 1. This year, the pro
tein test is not as high on the av
erage as last year when it was 14
percent, although some grain is test
ing over 16 percent.
Winter wheat is yielding fairly
Some winter wheat is being
Many farmers are getting
well.
seeded.
Leo Ganieau is here spending his
vacation visiting his parents Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Gameau and family.
Edna Robinson from Dailview spent
a few days this week visiting Miss
'Mildred Hanisch.
Gertie Peterson from Dagmar was
was in Plentywood last Wednesday
visiting at the home of her uncle Vig
go Peterson and family.
Mrs. O. T. Benson from Archer was
in Plentywood last Tuesday doing
some shopping preparatory to cook
ing for threshers.
Peter Fiske from the Midby country
was attending to business matters
here last Tuesday afternoon. Mr.
Fiske is preparing for the threshers
this week.
A large crowd attended the benefit
dance at the Farmer-Labor Temple
last Saturday evening. The floor was
in splendid condition. Good music and
everyone reported a splendid time.
Mrs. A. M. Peterson returned home
last Monday from Kenmare, N. D.,
where she has been a patient in the
hospital for the past two weeks. She
underwent an operation.
Mr. and Mrs. V. & Brooks and
family ana C. W. Peterson spent
Sunday at Scobey and Opheim attend
ing to business matters and visiting
with friends and relatives.
Ole Hippe returned from Peerless
and Richland, where he has been for
some time putting up oil stations for
the Westland Oil Co. He expects to
do some carpenter work around Plen
tywood for a few weeks.
Peter Groskurth from Dagmar was
attending to business matters and re
newing acquaintances here last Wed
nesday. Mr. Groskurth drove home
in a new Chevrolet sedan purchased
from Peterson company.
DR. FINNEMAN
the well known eye
si g h t specialist of
Fair view, Mont,,
will be at the Plen
tywood Hotel, Saturday and Sunday,
September 11th and 12th, 1926.
Miss Ethel Peterson resigned her
position in the clerk and recorder's
office last Wednesday and left for her
home on the farm in the Dagrnar
country where she will remain with
her parents until school starts this
fall and then she will, attend high
school.
Mrs. Frank Loutzenhiser of Ante
lope was in Plentywood, Friday with
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Richardson, her
son-in-law and daughter arranging
for an auction sale of her farm prop
erty. She is one of the pioneers of
this section of Montana, and since
her husband died last December she
has not been farming her land. In
about a month she will be moving to
Corning, California where she will
live with one of her sons.
Over two thousand more head of
sheep were purchased by Mr. N. Nel
son and J. W. Ator of Plentywood
from Ingomar near Miles City. The
sheep ranchers of this section claim
that this form of livestock can be
successfully raised in Sheridan county
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by the fact that several of the ranch
ers have sold large amounts of their
sheep to other states, including Min
nesota.
Bead the Advertisements—it pays.
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winter wheat sections in Montana.
A county exhibit of grain is being
sent to the State Fair. Some of the
samples are very good, and will give
the rest of the state good competi
tion. However, Sheridan county is
handicapped somewhat because the
State Fair is a little too early to get
a pick of the best in the county be
cause of comparatively later maturity
Nevertheless about 80 entries will be
sent from Sheridan county.
A Girls' Club Demonstration team
consisting of Misses Goodlaxon and
Cosper from Outlook, won a free trip
to the State Fair. There they will
represent the county in Club Demon
stration work.
EVANGELICAL SUNDAY
SCHOOL PICNIC, SUCCESS
Last Saturday the scholars of the
Evangelical Sunday school
tertained at a
were en
picnic given by the
teachers and officers of the school.
Sandwiches, cake, coffee,
and ice
cream were served, as well as a big
can of lemonade, ard after dinner
enjoyed by all, the afternoon
spent in athletic ecaitests, which gave
the youngsters a chance to show their
agility and strength. Following is a
brief record of the various events.
First the entire crowd
was
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ized into two. teams which were called
"The Shamrocks," and "The Indians,"
respectively. The two teams then en
gaged in a tug of war in which the
Shamrocks walsed away with the In
dians; then the members of the teams
strove with might and main in the
other contests, each member trying to
pile up all the points possible for his
or het own side.
NOTICE OP
THE OFENlHa OF
SCHOOX.
Th , P , e „, y ,. 0 , Kl clty schools will
meet In regular seaaion on Monday, 8 ep
ter T\ber 13th at 9:00 a, m.
All pupils expecting; to attend high
school should appear at the office of
the superintendent at the school house
for a preliminary registration. The
nouns for registration will be from
2:00 to 4:00 [p. m. during the week of
September 6 th to 10th.
Parents should make it a point to
have their children attend school from
the first day and on In order to derive
the most benefit from the year's work
„ 0 _ 3t M. O. GLORVICK. Supt.
NEWS CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
WANTED—To communicate with
owner of small Plentywood residence
with object of buying. Write Box
824, Plentywood, or inquire Producers
News,—Adv, 21-3t.
Six room house, bam, garage, and
two lots for sale. Reasonable price.
Apply Ole Asp elund.—Adv. 22*2t.
We sell coal by weight not by
guess. Get your winter's coal in early
No. 1 screened lump $3.75 and coal
for magazine stoves or quick break
$^•25. Put your orders in
at Phone 16 for quick delivery, Plen
tywood Coal Co.—Adv. 21-tf.
FOR SALE—One Cabel company
built piano $250, paid $450 three years
ago; one Monarch kitchen range $80,
used one year; one Singer sewing ma
chine $60, paid $110 four years ago;
one electric Dexter washer $60, used
one year; one wringer on stand; one
cot; one steel folding bed, three quart
ers width; one mattress, three quart
ers width; one dresser. All above
tides in good condition,
dleston, Outlook, Montana.
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LOS ^~ Pox terrier; black, with white
collar and feet; little lame on ri^ht
hind leg; had a brass-trimmed har
ness. Notify or return to O. B. Hoven
Antelope.
FARM FOR RENT OR SALE—Improv
de % section with good buildings; 6
miles SE of Dagmar. See M. P. Mor
tensen (owner), or County Surveyor,
Plent ywood.—21 -3t.
WANTED—BIr demand for prac
tical trained mechanics and electric
I' e r x Perts Big pay. Write. HAN
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AL SCHOOL. Box 926, Fargo, N. D.
STRAY TAKEN UP by E. G. BER
NAU, at ^An telope, white Hereford |
Bull. Owner can have same by
paying for keep and this adver
tisement. 21-t6
STRAY TAKEN UP—3
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black mare by C. B. MURPHY, 12
miles northeast of Raymond. Own
er can have same by identification
and paying for this advertisement
and keeps. 21-t3
I HAVE TO TRADE FOR HORSES:
8 McCormick binders
2 Deering Binders, all 8-ft. cut
3 John Deere Gang Plows
3 John Deere Grain Tanks
6 3% Wide Tire Wagons
3 Grain Double Disc Drills, 20 shoe
10 Sets of Double Harness
30 horse collars.
2 Wooden Drags
2 Drag Carts
2 McCormick Mowing Machines
2 Hay Racks
Pick of other stuff.
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At 40 points below book
value, five or ten shares of stock in
The First National Bank of Reserve
Montana, Write Box 293, Souris
N. D.
FOR SALE CHEAP, CASH, TERMS OR
TRADE!—One 30-60 Rumely Oil Pull:
one 36-56 Avery separator, good as
, Now harvesting' northeast of
Medicine Lake, four miles.
Johnson, Medicine Lake—21-2t
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TOH SALE—Dwelling In Antelope sit
uated on large lot with garage and
well on premises. Price $600. F. D
Morck, Antelope, Mont.
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