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of the Board of County Commissioners BEING THE OFFICIAL MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MARCH MEETING OF THE BOARD CONVEN ING AT THE COMMISSIONERS' CHAMBERS AT THE COUNTY COURT HOUSE, PLENTYWOOD. Vt 2:00 o'clock p. m.. March 7th, 1927, the Hoard of County Commission ers met in regular session, all Members of the Board and the Clerk present. PETITION FOB BOAS EAST OP ANTELOPE A delegation of farmers from north east of Antelope, appeared before the Board with a petition asking for a graded road running 10 miles east from Anteibi>e. the Board promised to look into the matter later on. PETITION FOB BOAS S. E. OP DOOLEY A delegation of farmers from south east of Doolt-y appeared before the Board' with a petition asking for a graded road in their territory, and the petition was granted. TAXES CANCELLES On motion, the last half of special poor and road tax assessed against Dell Tonnes for the year 1926 on SE}4, 15 werc ordered cancelled as this was an erroneous assessment. BONS BENEWES On motion, the Surety Bond of Niels Madeen as Trustee for Sheridan Coun ty was ordered continued for one year. LEASES SIGNES The following leases of Sheridan county land wore approved and signed by the Board : J. C. I^acey of Charlson, N. Dak., on land in McKenzie County, N. D„ and S. T. Klovstad on land in Sheridan county, each to run for two years,' 32-57. AGREEMENT SIGNED BE: OIL ft GAS J.' C. Kjelstrup, agent for Continental Oil Co., appeared before the Board with an Agreement relating to the price Oils and Gas purchased from said Com pany. and on motion, the Agreement was signed. The following Resolution was intro duced and adopted, all member» concur ring: Whereas, the County Poor Fund has iK-en abused, because of the fact that the County Commissioners have never had a system whereby they could gath er data and facts pertaining to appli cants applying for County Aid. and Whereas, the County Commissioners have granted County A ; d. to those they deemed it necessary, but because they have not been able to gather the neces sary data and facts they have in the of did not deserve same, and Whereas, it has been an unnecessary drain on the County Poor Fund, Now Therefore, be it resolved that after May 1st. 1927, each County Com missioner investigate, gather data and fact», regarding each and every appli cant for County Aid, within his Road District, these sa'd facts and data to be presented at the next regular Meet ing of the County Commissioners, and that they, the County Commissioners, use their judgment, which is to be de rived at from the facts and data gath ered by the Commissioner having in vestigated the case, as to whether or not said applicant deserves County Aid. On motion, the Clerk was instructed to write different firms and prices on Steel "I" beams. REPORTS APPROVED. On motion, the monthly reports for the month of February of Sheriff, Clerk of Court and Clerk and Recorder, and Trial Balance for the month of January wer e approved. TRANSFER FBOM DISTBICT NO. 43 to DISTBICT NO. 34 The following notice had been ceived from the Superintendent of Schools and was ordered spread on the M irates; obtain re * February 28th, 1927. Honorable Board of County Commissioners, Plentywood, Sheridan County, Montana. Gentlemen:— On February 26, 1927, a hearing was held on the question. "Shall the Et£ of Sec. 32 and the VV% of NW>4 of Sec. 33. belonging to Jens Ibsen, be trans ferred from School District No. 43 to School District No. 34?" There being no objections, the peti tion to transfer was, granted. Kindly Change the boundary linos accordingly. Yours truly ETHEL E. SINGLETON. County Superintendent. TBANSPEB OP SEED LIENS A request had bom received Daniels County, asl ing to l ave Lions belonging in that County, trans ferred, on motion, the Clerk structed to transferred to said Daniels county. On motion, at 5:00 o'clock P. M., the Board adjourned until 9:00 A. M., March 8th, 1927. ■■ , At 9:00 o'clock A. M„ March 8th, 1927, the Board resumed pursuant adjournment made, all Members of the Board and the Clerk pretsent. The following claims were allowed, paid, and the Clerk instructed to draw warrants therefor on the different funds: from Seed was in have those Seed Liens o'clock to GENERAL FUND Niels Madsen, March salary .$166.67 G. R. HaP. March salary .. 137.50 Katherine Borris, March salary Ellon Lundgren, March salary.. Eng Torstenson, March salary-. Anna Hovet, March salary . Ida Newlon, March salary. C. F. Christensen, March salary O. A. Aspelund. March salary .... 15Ö.0Ö H. O. Raaen, March salary . 137.50 S, S. Pierce, March salary.™_ 100.00 Glow Krebsbach. March salary. 100.00 D. J. Olson, March salary . 15o!oo A. M. Hansen, March 126.00 100.00 166.67 137.60 100.00 100.00 137.50 M. P. Osthy, March salary . 91.66 H'hel Singleton. March salary.... 15o!oO Linda E. Hall. March salary . 137.50 Cora Dobing, March salary. 100 00 Frank D'onno, March salary 12s!oO R. Salisbury, March salary. 187!s0 Robt. Rchke, March salary _ 150 00 o': a M e . r le?ÄrT' ary ::: îlîis A. C. Ertcliaon. March Slüï™ 'tmS Peoples Publ. Co., county print ing... > P nt Peoples Publ. Co., county printing 9 00 M. L. Rostad. registering electors L50 R. O. Nelson, registering electors 4 50 F. ^French, per diem and mile- ' R. R. Kable, per dieni arid miïê Rd wf * I verson. per diem and mile- 11,6 ° u S B P ï , âi^r'n'n'"ïïir,«"'kTmi •paper .! print „ Fin-t State Bank. Medicine Lake ' premium on bond ' o 00 Win. Lynch, work at iïbr' bidg ' "5 00 n!o.*s a^ :: I I i 5 ; ply .. 13.30 54.02 . 25.00 . 54.02 1.75 2.50 7.50 I 7.10 î 1.25 .90 I J. J. McElroy, bailiff . R. E. Long, lively. Geo. S. Bell, bailiff . Edw. Stubban. reg. electors E- D. Merck, reg. electors .. Ole Gunderson, drayage __ Plentywood Drug Co., small pox vaccine . -C. N. ft ÜÜ cstad, re2. electors . A. Motley, list of patents ... Burroughs Add. Mach. Co., rib lions , ..... H. E. Koilie, meals for jurors .... Frank Koester, reg. electors . M*d. Lake Wave, publication_ J. M. Kudrna. postingM-eg. lists 2 50 •Grtint Bakewell. reg. electors .... 8.50 I Peoples Publ. Co., transcript paper 44.00 Peoples Publ. Co., county print- I , in ? . . . 104.00 I Peoples Publ. Co., rubber stamps 25.84 ! Peoples Publ. Co., town reg. lists 91.38 Peoples Publ. Co., county print- [ ing ..... 172.00 People« Publ. Co., stationery™.2.60 Peoples Publ. Co., county print Pe.uTles Piihl Go.•nnnVi^~~£U. 4 ®' 60 i copies 1 uni. go., supplies for stores . .. . 114.38 Peoples 1 ubl. Co., county print 44.78 ! H. 7.25 10.75 1.75 20.50 ing Peoples Publ. Co., county print ing .;. Peoples Publ. Co., stationery _ Niel« Christensen, reg. electors.... R. Salisbury, board of prisoners .. ... 1.26 î 1.25 i o AA 3.00 j Ray Mensing, . work at library building _ .__ H. A Hill, reg. electors ___ Peter Miller, reg. electors .. John Grayson, reg. electors _ 1.25 E. O. Sorvick, reg. electors 3. C. Faaborg, reg. electors \V. H. May. examinations .. Albert J. Foley, work at Library Bldg._.:. Paul Kctterman, work at library building ..à.. ... R. Salisbury, mileage . Plentywood Coal Co., coal for court house ... E. O. Sorvick, posting reg. lists 2.50 E Bclanedii. posting reg. lists Mountain St. Tel. Co., rentals .... 67.60 IT. B. Cloud, salary and mileage 136.00 Peterson Co., supplies for court house ...... School DLstrict No. 20, rent of Court House .. . Farmers & Merchants State Bank. insurance premium . J. C. Storkan. vital statistics . 8.70 D. M. Ftehell, reg. electors . Mrs. Geo. C. Johnson, vital sta tistics . . E. S. Koser. February salary .... 84.51 R. O. Nelson, posting reg. lists.. 2.50 35.50 2.00 2.25 1.25 2.00 .. 15.00 18.00 37.25 7.20 2.50 E. 1.00 2.30 255.00 63.75 2.50 1.20 POOB FUND Margaret Francis, old age pension 15.00 Jens Christensen, old age pension 25.00 Mrs. M. C. Jacobsen, widow's pen sion .... Alma Yeager, widow's pension.... Emma Lindquist, widow's pen-.... sion .;... Mary Brabec, widow's pension Florence Johnston,, widow's pen sion .... Lena Wilson, widow's pension.... Ida Waller, widow's pension _ Thora Adams, widow's pension.. AJbertine Möller, widow's pen •3 ion ... Nicoline Sorensen, widow's pen sion ... Mary Myronick, widow's pension Nellie Crohn, Bertha Johnson, widow's pension Elizabeth Wilson, widow's pen sion ... F. D. Stringer, refund of taxes. 1.00 M m. T. Omar, care of county patient . „ . R. R. Kahle, expense trip to Ken mare . 15.00 30.00 40.00 30.00 25.00 35.00 35.00 30.00 6.. 25.00 30.00 j 25.00 26.00 80.00 widow's pension, 26.00 18.00 42.67 Hospital, room rent.... Ingwalson Co., groceries for poor ...j_;. 15.40 25.05 177.96 15.00 16.00 20.00 37.47 16.96 15.00 3.75 3.50 10.97 92.50 , 20.00 H. 13. Cloud, medical service 35.00 Ehrhart & Stenseth, groceries for poor ... Phelps,& Son, groceries for poor Kenmare Hospital, care of pa tient ... Nelson- Sannerud, groceries for poor . Edw. Stubban, groceries for poor Nelson-Sannorud. groceries for poor .. Nelson-Sannorud, groceries for poor . Ingwalson Co., groceries for poor . Ingwalson Co., groceries for poor . Ingwalson Co., groceries for poor . Ingwalson Co., groceries for poor .... B. Larsen, groceries for poor.. Nelson-Sannerud, groceries for poor . C. N. Rostad, medicine for poor Sheridan Mem. Hospital, medicine for poor .. Vocational School for Girls, care of Inmates . Plentywood Coal " poor Li..L. Ingwalson Co.,'supplies-for poor 15.44 Ingwalson Co., supplies for poor Edw. Stubban, supplies for poor Outlook Hospital, room rent. Ida Burdahl, house rent . Monarch Lumber Co., coal for poor . . . . . F. Crittenden Home, care of in mates ______.... C. F. McNulty, milk for poor ...... Sheridan Mem. Hospital, room rent and Board . 15.00 15.00 20.03 73.00 9.80 Co.. i coal for 40.05 20.00 80.00 10.00 25.30 70.00 : no 214.00 Ingwalson Co., supplies for poor 19.45 Moe Merc. Co., supplies for poor 80.00 Westby Meat Market Wild Rice Ch. Home, care of in mates __ _ _ B. Larsen, supplies for poor__ B. Larsen, supplier for poor .. 35.00 13. Larsen, suppl'es for poor...,,... B. Larsen, supplies for poor. Martin Toftness, board of poor..,. S Storaasli, coal for poor J. C. Storkan, medical services.... 1'. U. Laberge. medical services Ole Gunderson, coal for poor. il. 00 . 16.00 30.80 30.00 26.00 25.00 60.00 5.00 75.00 78.40 BOAD FEND Shop, repair Plentywood Mach, for machinery . •F. D. Stringer, refund of tax . S. M. Fitzgerald, road work Lang Motor Sale», machinery . Austin Mfg, Co., repair __ R. E. Lang, repair for machinery F. W. D. Auto Co., trucks . . . Niels Madsen, petty cash 14.06 road 1.00 6.00 repairs for 8.95 D. Sorem Co., assigned 14.75 4.65 repair for 9.90 Westland Oil Co., oil and gas .... 52.38 Stockland Mach. Co., repair for grader . . Ole Gunderson, drayage Lang Motor Sales, truck wheels 109.40 The White Co., repairs for trucks Carl Larsen, repairing mach . L. G. Zeidler, hardware . Peterson Co., hardware . 36.25 2.50 14.14 32.65 83.70 7.20 j °f R. I. Rinker ... | H. McKenzie, repairing ma chinery .I. ! Monarch Lumber Co., 1 «hop .' I D P. Goodale, repairing machine I «ibküry rrn, ! FSSS'nij™' 1 «' , salar Y— 125.00 I £ lan ' v Dionne, March salary . 20.00 Herman Goldberger, subscriptions 5,4.40 iwn T f y nî r F°" b i )oks .—. a ° f 1 lent y wood . water sup vs i -;' V.. Ole G underson, P drayage J™ ? ^bîÏÏ? 00 ?..™^. ^ ^ I » G -, Zei <V er - hardware Upton Sinclair, books . Dexter Bookbinding Co.. \ .....— 37.15 S' t-o.. books . 11.63 Montana Library Bindery, books 23.20 is ; s 56.50 97.00 coal for 15.40 ry 81.75 $ 3.00 4.00 ... 15.06 . 13.50 11.16 13.00 1.50 1.50 binding 4.00 - 100.00 lease op county ROAD OUTFIT TO PLENTYWOOD On motion. it was decided to rent one of the County Road Outfits to the City of Plentywood, for grading streets, before the outfits were pulled out of town^_ of BE - DELINQUENT TAXES Abstractor C. C. Johnson and the Uotmty Treasurer appeared before the Board and asked for authority to change the system of keeping record of the delinquent taxes, authority was given RESIGNATION APPROVED. _.° n niotion the resignation of Mrs. E. Timmerman was approved On motion, at 12:00 o'clock the Board adjourned until 2 00 o'clock p M :2:00 o'clock P. M „ the Board ' resum'ed pursuant SPECIAL MEETING CALLED. On motion, the Board decided to hold a special meeting on March 22nd, for the purposes of opening Bids for Lum ber. and the Clerk wavs instructed to have notices posted. and on motion. At , adjournment made, mcnib '. rs of tbe Board and the Clerk present. all '^ cha f in & Agent appeared before the Board with the Poor List and Poor gopreb poison The County Agent appeared before the Hoard with three samples of Oats lor Gopher poison and bids for same, Un motion, it was decided to accept the hid from John Ldndbiom of Raymond tins sample was the only one free trom wild oats. The price was <1.00 per bushel. At 5:00 o'clock P. M., the Board ad journed until 9:00 o'clock A. M.. March 9th, 1927. At 9:00 o'clock A. M., the Board re sumed pursuant to adjournment made, all members of the Board and the Clerk present. The following Resolution was intro duccd by Commissioner Kahle but did not receive a second: resolution Whereas, the following resolution wais passed by the Board of County Commissioners of Sheridan County, meeting at the County Courthouse, Plenlywood. Montana, on Feb. 9, 1927, with County Commissioners French and Iverson present and Commissioner Be it resolved, by the Board of Coun ty Commissioners of Sheridan County, Montana That wherorjs, on the 20th day of November, 1926, the Treasurer of Sher idan County. Montana, was robbed of about one hundred and six thousand (106,000) Dollars, which funds were protected by Insurance, executed by National Surety Company of New York, no part of which has been paid and that the amount of such loss is sufficient to justify and warrant the employment of Council to assist the County Attorney of Sheridan County, Montana, in recovering - said amount from said Surety Company; now, there fore it is hereby ORDERED that Paul Babcock be and he hereby is employed by said Sheridan County to assist the County Attorney and take whatever proceedings are ne cessary in order to recover of said Surety Company the amount of such loss. the list mâftors vi'Cre discussed and made out for the month. B-D ros oats . Kahle absent: RESOLUTION Said Resolution was seconded by Commissioner Edward Iverson and be ing put to a vote was carried. Whereas the aforementioned résolu tion was passed without the Commis sioners receiving a request for the cm ployment of a Special Counsel or as sistant from the County Attorney, as is customary, on such occasions, and Whereas, said County Attorney re ceived a letter from the Attorney Gen eral of the StaFe of Montana offering to assign an assistant from his office to assist the County Attorney of Sheri dan Couny to collect the claim of Sher idan County against the National Sure ty Company of New York, and Wnereas: Under the circumstances above mentioned the County of Sheri- | dan would be put to unnecessary ex pense by the employment of a Special Counsel, even though the County Com missioners had employed said in regular manner, and counsel THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED Th;',i we, the Hoard of County Com ty Attorney in prosecuting the claims I of the County against the National Surely Company of New York, is ado quale and in accord with sound public policy, and BE IT FURTHER resolved That we hereby rescind the résolu lion passed on February 9th, 1927, em ploying Attorney 1'aul Babcock, of IMen tywood, Montana, to assist the County! Attorney in prosecuting the aforemen Honed claim, and order the clerk of this Board to notify said Attorney Paul Babcock that his services are not re quired in this matter and instruct him to send in an adequate bill for what ever services he has rendered to the County up to the present time. BE: BO AD SIGNS . A Committee from the Club of Plentywood appeared the Board in regards to having Road Signs placed on the different roads of the County, and the Board promised to co-operate in the matter. SPECIAL MEETING WITH ATTOBNEY GENERAL On motion, it was decided to have a special meeting of the Board on March j 18th, for a conference with the Attor ney General of thè State, provided he qould he present at'that date, or at any date designated ,by him. The Clerk was instructed to wire the Attorney General at once and ask for his pres ence at such meeting. CLAIMS LAID OVEB AND DISALLOWED On motion, the following claims were laid over until a later meeting: Hans Rasmussen, office work_$148.00 Hans Rasmussen, office work. Hans Rasmussen, office work. Mrs. Andy Holm, widows pen sion ... Mrs. Andy Holm, widows pen Sion . Harlow Pcasjp, legal services. The following claims were disallowed in full: V. W. Ankerman, house rent . 12.00 Mont. School for Deaf, clothing for B. Begio ! missioners of Sheridan County, in regu lar meeting assembled, consider that I the tendered offer of an Assistant by the Attorney General to help the Cour. Commercial before 120.00 152.00 30.00 30.00 214.63 2.95 W. A. Clawson, old age pension 20.00 On motion, at 12:00 o'clock noon, the Board adjourned. EDWARD IVERSON. Cha'rman of the Board. NIELS MADSEN. Clerk. nit) lews Rev. H. C. Strandskov left last Sat urday for Minneapolis, where he will t A RESERVE spend the next month visiting rela tives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Rice and Mrs. Hans Anderson spent Tuesday in Plentywood attending to some busi ness affairs. Peter Lund returned Tuesday Bowbells, N. D., where he spent the past few months with his parents. Pete will begin operations on his farm on the reservation as soon as the weather permits. Miss Mildred Barnsted and Miss Hilda Bysted were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Twedt last Sun day. Dolphie Paulson completed a deal last week by which he gets possession of the Norman Eidness cottage in the west end of town. The Reserve Commercial Club has made arrangements to grade Main street between the city well and the school house. This is an improve ment that has been needed for a long time. K. Astergard arrived Monday from Copenhagen to make his home in Sheridan county. At present he is the guest of Mikkel Paulsen Dagmar. Miss Mildred Barnsted was a shop per in Plentywood last Saturday. Miss Anne Hansen of Plentywood a guest of her sister, Mrs. An ton Anderson, last Friday night. The Dagmar stage line is again on wheels. Mr. Madsen, the mail car rier, was forced to use a sled during the deep snow. Jim Evenson returned Tuesday from Iowa and Minneapolis, where he had been for the past few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. George Lund enter tained a few friends at a, six o'clock dinner last Sunday evening. After the dinner, cards were enjoyed. Their guests were Misses Barnsted and Bv .sted, James Connole, Dewey Chris tiansen and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gib bons. A lovely party was g 1V en in the school house last Saturday night by near was the Holquist and the Angvick fami lies. About one hundred people from Reserve and the surrounding com munity were their guests. Music and dancing began at nine o'clock and' r0 ntirued until • u -, ,| 0 f- V „1 knight, when a de IICIOUS ium n was served in the base ment. After lunch dancing was con firmed until a late hour Aa-re Chris . . . , ■>« iiou.. Aa 0 e Guns i 1 . 3115611 s orchestra furnished the SIC. Mrs. Henry Wittev who has been staying at fL I f . W ,? fj-Xt L hotel taking adjust menus iront Dr. Kahle went home ' ast Wednesday. Anton Bauer come un from Ken mare last . A . . _ _ . • , sday to attend to some DU - s mess and to visit with his daugh ter, Mrs. Joe Ritk his home Thur«fdn\r e , . ■ .f • Oswold Selvig jS having his hall r_ modeled and the ; changes he is hav mg made will be a great improve ment to the nlaeo h * ICC* w tî ■ _ ™ ss Engler returned from GOlgan Thursday, Oscar Boe our rural mail carrier VmH • -" r rural 31311 carrler ,~T mlsI Ortune to lose one of "IS aorses last Saturday while mak ing the route. One horse broke thru the snow __ . n ° rse Dr ° Ke . " , le 'l m deep water that was Under it, pulling the other horse over on top of it The hnrae drowned before Mr R no ,? aorse arowne<J ^ j , A * t>oe could get them Un tan £ Ae u* The Gosper brothers placed the building they brought down from Daleview on il,« U • * ^ Mot 1 • T . just north of the ^viouor inn. this building will be Useo' for the Proere^ive Parmerc Club. ogressive warmers mu OUTLOOK He rèturned to re ^ lva ^ Bantz was here from Plen tywood Sunday. H. B. BradrlneV _ „a _p, ^ returned irom Flor lUt * ^ turuay where he had spend the winter, The roads gone to „ , , were so bad that Mr. Boe , cou * d n °t make the mail Monday. v Sam Thompson went to Plentywood Monuay to meet Mrs. Thompson who has been visiting friends in Peerless the past two weeks, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Anhalt mov ed into the section house Wednesday. 1 hey came from Raymond. ^ a ir jj 10 new section foreman. Mrs. Peter Mack and two children nom Lomertown are stopping at the 1 » ir adjustments from Dr. kahle. ' Carl route Mr, An Mr. Watkins come down from Whitetail on the speeder Sunday and called on friends 111 Jî 0Wn ' o1 airs. Charley Nau is confined to her home with rheumatism There n o n ^ , , mere aie a few,, cases of dyph ; ^?, ria ln town. Nurse Haug, Claude i Mills and one of Herman Witter^ children have ,'t vviners r „ . , lurs - Lari Hovland and son Jerry day to have some dental work done and to call ° . , . on some of their friends, Among those registering at the ho Firîo 6 - P H bt D We A k ] are: , A * Karslun d/ fund Dn i ' An T derso £ Williston; G. Falls Minn'i Lew Hatch Fergus p lu' T? n " A ' E ' Baird > Kenmare; Kuth DeLoyal, Pkntywood; Mrs. A. Flaxtnn U ^'p Ke r nm ^ r u- Pe ^, r Be y Iind > Mrs PcVov tot" °^ Bns > Plentywood; ,. ac ]5» Çomertown; Mrs. Belmont* 1 H 1Racia ?> Wis e., Anton White nf llenning' Minn and Carl Freri p^L eat If" , ' red Liehm of Outlook returned heune «t at hiß old Mrs R t A hr °?'u Mmn - has instret A ' , ® hnson of Outlook visit J «tthe u l d fr . or £ a two mon ths W Slt Snn^ k0me . 0f . Dr '-. and Mrs ' Moine« and at De s Mrs R A tu ^ „ Elsie Me A - J °hnson, Fred Rielien, Lisie Masters and Ernest Johnson drew ^mWsoff ^ and Mrs ' Ar Ren ATU Su * u ?^ tendiL thi°? nS °t n 01 , 0uEook i 3 a t Mr g snH wf °* r schopj at Fargo, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ueland en Sundav d Th fiVG 0 / Cldck dianer on m' t £ aests were Mr - and Mrs Martin Lundeen and family, Mr. Mr S S 't C M rl i Walla ÿ and1 Mr. and mV« N 'p J ' N n S ^ n Lucille - Mrs. Russell Denhâm, from White home 1S this S1 wpek at tU Lewis FoJey m® t VÎ s week ' , , Mrs Gessner who has been visiting v-ith her daughter, Mrs. Foley, the Bainvfllp 0 m ° nths left Tuesda y for | I.' . . , . , j A iew friends of Mrs. Ella West ! 6 Wori 11 t ^) day r« rty in her honor | J 1 ednesday afternoon at the N. ! J. Nelson home. After a very dainty j lunch, including a huge birthday cake ; was served, the guests presented her a much appreciated gift. UELAND-GAKRICK NUPTIALS . T he marriage of Miss Florence Ue ^ nd an d Kieth Garrick took place Saturday at high noon at the home of using the ring ceremony. The guests witnessing the service were Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Garrick, Miss Louise Craig and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ueland and daughters Barbara and Gale. Im mediately after the ceremony dinner odoi-less di'V / cleaning oP- garments / and delicate Pabrics use only WESiTLAND GASOLINE clean—svieel -and Pree Prom all acids and chemicals Used EjctcmsiveiY In Bay Cleaning Establishments Prom ^xir dealer or .lie Mares! Westknd italic* Westland Oil Company / Gel it / w-as served at a very prettily decor ated table. The color scheme in the decorations was pink and white. Rev. Norton sang several apprecia ted selections. The happy couple left the same day ior their new home five miles north west of Outlook. The Outlook munity congratulates. com ANTELOPE Gust Grimsrud returned from St. I aul, Minn., Monday after spending about ten days there. Auditor Opgrande has been work ing at the Farmers Elevator the last week Messrs. McLaughlin, Courtney, Lee and Johnson were county seat callers last Tuesday between trains. Mr. Grere, salesman for the Wil liams Hardware, er here Tuesday. L. F. Goodale of Plentywood spent Sunday and Monday here, turned Tuesday. B ' V ^ an( i is spending a few weeks visiting friends and relatives at Seattle, Wash. Jack Kjelstrup, the Continental Oil man, was a business caller here Sat urday. Ed. Sunderland left for his new home in Iowa last week, having rent ed his farm east of town to the Johnson Bros, for a number of years. Amos Hansen was appointed spe cial police at the last council meet ing and has been busy collecting dog tax and catching stray ones, so if you have a pet dog pay over the money or he will get him. A number of our citizens took in the dance Saturday evening and of them took in the show Sunday, but they said the roads took all the joy out of it. Bom, to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Grimsrud, Monday morning a big girl. Mother and daughter ar® doing well. A number of farmers were ready to get out in the field last Tuesday and Wednesday, but the snow storm made them all take the harness off again and wait until the real spring would come We understand got out in the field with his outfit but just for a few hours. A few of our sporting bloods had the time of their life Tuesday going and coming back Plentywood, was a business call He re some one man even from roads for cars, but they say they going again to the big dfance the 17th and believe they did. are WOLF CREEK Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Grant and family visited with >,Mr. and Mrs.! James Cowan Monday. Dan Campbell and James Cowan were busy Tuesday nd Wedneasday, cleaning flax. Charles Cromwell and Si Ulrich visited with I. E. Metzler Monday, D. M. Maclnnes called at the Wm. Rurastick and James Cowan homes Tuesday. Mrs. V. E. Wilberg delightfully) entertained Tuesday when the ladies of the Wolf Creek Club were invited to come and spend the day from 10 to 3. Several vocal selections were rendered by Mrs. S. Charmot. rad io w as tuned in and a very good program was heard. hostess served a * elaborate dinner, ;* he guests being seated at a long table beautifully set. The afternoon was s P«mt in conversation, fancy Work and listening in on the radio until three o'clock when all adjourned to their homes, feeling that they had -pent a delightful day. The guests were; Mesdames Burke, 'Campbell Cromwell, Cowan, Charmot, French,' Lawrence, Marsh, McCallister, Mac Jjmes, Ulrich, Sheridan, Pake and the Misses Pearl Lawrence and Addie Graves. . Wm ' McDougall, who has spent the winter in Flaxville, came here Wed nesday. Mr. and Mrs. V/m. Cromwell and children visited with Mr. and Mrs. Si Ulrich Wednesday evening Char j es Marsh and Wm' Cromwell were doing some work at the hall Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grant of Out look spent several days here visiting with relatives and friends the week. The weather being nice, the Rum stick and McConnell sale was well attended Thursday, I. E. Metzler and Si Ulrich The At noort the past were transacting business in Plentywood Friday. Phelps! Wn^MiDou^illf Dai C?^ bell and D. M. Maclnnes P snow out of the bridees got the on Wolf Creek Friday as the water' was ing over the o- ra( jes Mrs. D. M Maclnnes visited with Mrs. V. E. Wilberg Fridav ^ ^ Mr. and Mrs Charles Grant Mr and Mrs. 'Herbert Gr^nt children visited with go and and Mr. and Mrs. James Cowan Friday. H. B. French, Dan Campbell and D. M. Maclnnes were to Redstonfe Saturday on business. Fred, Adolph and George Kanniny were in Redstone Saturday. Alvin Cornelius was a Redstone visitor Saturday. The entertainment at the Hall Sat urday night for Club members and their families was well attended and was thoroughly enjoyed by all pres ent. Much credit is due Miss Wil berg and Mrs. Maclnnes for the splendid program and stunts they arranged for the evening. Following is the program: Song, "We're Here for Fun''—Au dience; Recitation, "Over the Fence —Louise Marsh; Reading, " Sorghum in Love"—Mrs. H. French; Recitation, 'On Wolf Creek —Irene Cromwell; Instrumental Mu siv—Mrs. Wm. Cromwell, Charles Marsh and Sven Myhre; Recitation, Being Scared at Night"—Vernon Wilberg; Recitation, "Little Orphan Annie"—Annis Hagen; Reading, Bronco Sam"—D. M. Maclnnes; Song, "Mellow Moon"—Mrs. Charmot, Miss Mysicka, M. Mo'Callister, Jasper Phelps; Recitation, "Over the Rhine" —Glen French; Recitation, "Bobbie Shafto"— Ruth Wilberg; Recitation, Little B o y 's Speech" — Harvey French; Instrumental Music—Mrs. Wm. Cromwell, Charles Marsh, Sven Myhe; Recitation, Was a Little Girl"—Helen Maclnnes; Song, "Pal O' My Cradle Days"— Mrs. Charmot, Miss Mysicka, M. Mc Callister, Jasper Phelps; —Miss Mysicka; Recitation — Mrs. After the program a number of games and stunts staged, after which partners chosen for a dandy supper which the ladies had provided, which was followed by a general home-going. Mr. and Mrs. John Pace were call ers at Redstone Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Si Ulrich and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cromwell and their families visited with Mr. and Mrs. M. McCallister and Mr. and Mrs. Neil Pake Sunday. < Miss Mysicka spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Marsh. Mr. and Mrs. D&n Campbell and family and Bert Swjgart visited with Mr. and Mrs. J. ,M. Burke Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Grant and Peter B. . . «i u When Mother Recitation Charmot. were were \ X \ 7m> 1 I ,o r* "Vfis jCü * < WaMê K liJjilFÜUllÜlliEäliBi n Œnnpr WF J / L. 41^ Chevrolet stands unchallenged the world's largest producer of gear« shift trucks. 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L X i.i. R3 Ld -Y. m m m We are human enough to take pride in the enthusiastic and satisfying smacks of our customers. But really, there is no occasion for the hurry manifested by the gent above in his answer to the daily dinner bell. We have well cooked meals enough for all—andwhether early or late, the same clean wholesome and appetizing dining service is featured ■ X m m you haven t tried our meals and lunch you should do so at once. When in Plentywood make it a point to dine here. A.n excellent menu every day—and the best pastries, desserts and coffee to be had. X -X X X W Oar dinners, 50 cents. Or, if preferred, a lunch of any size or price. lx -X m Fx Elgin Cafe i 1 X raj PLENTYW(X)D -XI MONTANA X K-liSlH-; children spent Sunday with Mr Mrs. James Cowan. I. E. Metzler was a guest of mr and Mrs. Charles Marsh Sunday. Mr ' Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cromwell Mrs. Charmot were ' ~ day. and in Redstone Mon. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rumstick Harry McConnell went to RedstnnI Monday to catch the train f or pohjj Nels Oksendahl was "Carter" clean ing seed wheat for James Cowan thl first of the week. Mrs. Maclnnes called Cowan Monday afternoon. Jack Burke called on James Cowan Monday. Spring apparently has arrived some fields are almost workable. and on Mrs. and McELROY A surprise party was given in hon or of Mrs. George Peele's birthday on the eighth day of March, evening was spent playing whist and singing with Mrs. Buck Cooper at the piano. A present was given to best lady and gent player, also to the loser of most delicious lunch was which Mrs. Peele many beautiful gifts. A joyable time was spent by all. Marysville—St, Louis Mining & Milling Company opens good ore body on Bluebird claim, and orders electric mine equipment. The the one games. 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