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RESERVE
A. H. Nelson has maved his fami- ■
ly to the Jens Lund farm on the Res
ervation
N. C.'Christiansen is spending a
few days in Minot.
Mrs. Connole was in Plentywood
last Friday having some dental work
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Mrs. Jim Evenson is expected to
arrive the last part of the week from
Minneapolis where she has been for 1
the past few weeks visiting relatives
and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Nels Sunsted and chil
dren 1ft Tuesday for Racine, Wis
consin where they will spend the
Christmas holidays visiting with rela
tives.
Mr, and Mrs. George Lund and two
children went to Plentywood Tuesday
to look after some business matters
and do some Christmas shopping.
Wayne Aasved is assisting his fath
er in working his coal mine on the
reservation.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rasmussen
w r ent to Minot Saturday where they
spent a few days.
Richard and Dolphe Paulsen went
to Plentywood Monday to
jurymen in the present term of court
now convened.
Emma Peterson was hostess to sev
eral of her friends Saturday afternoon
at the home of her parents, Mr. ana
Mrs. Jake Peterson. The
was in honor of her fourteenth birth
day. Games were played until a late
hour when refreshments were served
by Mrs. Peterson.
serve as
occasion
Emma received
many lovely presents to assist her in
remembering her birthday.
Mrs. Norman Eidsness was hostess
to the members of the Community
Ladies Aid Society last Thursday af-,
ternoon at her home. Plans for the
were discussed. The
coming year
hostess served delicious refreshments
late in the afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Riley, Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Kallak and
were dinner guests at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lund last Monday
evening.
John Kallak
Some of our leading farmers will
take advantage of the short
in agriculture offered by the
college this winter.
Large quantities of dressed
course,
state
tur
keys are cominng to town these days
for shipment east.
These shippers
are realizing as high as fifty cents
per pound net
McELROY
Frank Welsh left Saturday for a 1
week's stay in the Twin Cities. His j
brother Henry from Lignite, N. D. 1
has charge of the elevator.
Helen Johnson returned home after
a short stay in Whitetail.
1 he school children had a vacation
last Thursday and Friday while their
teacher, Miss Carrie Hansen, was at I
the Plentywood Hospital for medical
attention. \V hen she went to Plenty- 1
wood one side of her face and head
was swollen as a result of an infec
tion. When she returned the swelling
was greatiÿ reduced and Monday she
opened school again.
Aithur Noon and family of Over
land, Sask., visited at the J. G. Noon
home here Sunday.
ANTELOPE
Mr. and Mrs.
Helmer Thorsen,
prosperous Antelope farmers, are back
from Florida, but they still like Mon
tana best.
Rudolph Berg was hauling wheat
for h red Lilja last week.
Paul Parpart, east of Antelope, is
driving a brand new Oldsmobile this
winter.
OUTLOOK
( loo late for last week)
Mrs. Desonia from Daleview visit
ed at the Charley Nau home the first
of the week.
Mrs. Ole Garrick from north of!
town visited friends in
week.
Mrs. Barney Anholt and daughter
returned from Plentywood Thursday.'
Rev. Ashworth from Redstone held
the Methodist church
town this
services m
Thursday.
Henry Wählers and Maxwell Dick
made a business call to Plentywood
Wednesday.
Andrew Anderson made a business
trip to Plentywood Monday.
Gladys Peterson is on the sick list
this week.
. Bueben Seaberg moved a residence
town from the Tony Bower farm
in
Wednesday.
Anna Wunderlich
and
Shavey
Garrick were quietly married in Plen
tywood Saturday.
A very pleasant surprise party was
given Louise Craig Sunday, the
casion being her birthday,
o'clock a very delicious
oc
At five
dinner Was
served, places being laid for eleven,
Mrs. Arthur Ueland entertained a
number of her friends at a bridge par
ty at her home Saturday evening.
Joe Wirtz, Sr., a pioneer farmer of
the Outlook region, died very sudden-1
ly at his home Saturday morning of
pneumonia. The funeral took place
from the Catholic church Tuesday
morning. Mr. and Mrs. John Wirtz,
from Ken mare and Mr. and Mrs. Mel
vin Doming from Minot came on Sat-1
urday to attend the funeral.
Oscar Crumb left by train for Min
neapolis Tuesday.
FLAXVIIXE G. N. AGENT
GOES TO GLASGOW
Glasgow.—George W. Lane,
will succeed W. F. Re Hand as station
agent for the Great Northern railroad
at Glasgow, with Mrs. Lane and three
children, arrived Saturday evening
and commenced work Monday morn
■ r. They come to Glasgow from
Flaxville, where Mr. I>ane has been
the agent for the past six years and
where he also succeeded Mr. Heiland,
who was transferred at that time to
Glasgow. Mr. Lane has been in the
employ of the Great Northern 15
years, starting in their general office
at St. Paul. At Flaxville Mr. Lane
established a reputation for great
courtesy in his business dealings with
road patrons and the family was held
in high esteem as evidenced by the
large farewell held for them. They
will make their home for the time
being in the Feehan residence on the
north side. R. V. McKenzie of Great
Falls, traveling freight agent for the
Great Northern, was in Glasgow
Tuesday on official business.
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SIXTH WARD BANK
SEEKS JUDGMENT
AGAINST GOODYER
Helena. — Judgment of $95,374
against W. S. Goodyer, cashier of the
Farmers and Mechanics State bank
when it was declared inslovent more
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|.' :ir !, a } tar a ^.°| I s as ^ed by Receiver
• Longmaid in suit filed in dis-,
S ict co " rt c b L, his counsel - Attorney
e r !}P " ' n11 . 'V . r .
l t he . ' S what G .° od / e f vT
1° hls . own u f>. sets /. orth , tl,e
complaint, when explaining the claim
re P r ? sents ?" asset °/ the b f"£ Go ^
yer * s serving a sentence at the state
pe . n!te " t,ary at Deer Lodge imposed
when he pleaded guilty to embezzle
ment.
Andy Furuseth Seeks
to Restore Eight Hours
Washington — (FP) — Eight-hour
rules in the government merchant
marine have been scrapped, and the
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A Last Minute Hint
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Men s Beacon j Bath Salts Sets
Bath Robes
BLANKETS
$3.98 to $7.90
j 25th Anniversary]
Abound Here! Charming and
Holiday Packing
Especially distinctive and
attractive—odd shaped jar«.
Nothing could be more
acceptable for a man's gif!
than one of
these warm
Beacon
Blanket
Robes. Cut
full and well
shaped ; b i g
pockets, large
shawl collar,
silk cord. Big
values at—
Practical Gifts for Everyone on Your List
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The Youngsters
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Our Pure Silk Hosiery
F ull-F ashioned—Smoo th-F itting
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Christmas is the children's holiday and our store is
crammed from top to bottom with gifts that will de
light them. Bring them in before Christmas and let
them look their fill at the dolls, toys and games. They
will enjoy it and we shall, too.
$4.98
Already on Display
for Early Shoppers
Penco Flyer" j [ 25 th Anniversary]
Th« Wagon Every 'Ti u v n . ,
Boy Delights In IOC JOy KluCT
Silk hosiery is a necessary, but not expensive, acce»
sory for the women who know our own high standard
numbers. Full-fashioned, pure silk, modish color*.
$8.90
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While the holiday is almost universal, it is not
celebrated everywhere in exactly the same manner. In Three
a country not so far away, the children are told to put Weights
their shoes on the windowsill and the Three Kings will ®
come on their camels bearing gifts. Santa Claus with
his reindeer would seem a bit out of place to these top, No. 447
browneyed youngsters who have never seen a flake of »* silk to the
top and No.
445 i s
$1.49
Neckwear Values «
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Fun for Everyone
This automobile i
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slogans and expressions.
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lovely, sheer
chiffon hose, i
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A host of new and unusual
designs and color-effects.
Cut full and well-made. New
patterns — sparkling colors
and designs. In every way. Because it's all steel •
an assortment most satisfy- I that's why this wagon is a
ing, at the low price of— favorite playmate for boys of
all ages. Sturdily built to
atand plenty of play.
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Dolls Of Every Kind p^ssa
Vanishing Cream
rfTObK Our Own Brand
Useful? Yes
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And Decorative, Too
Turkish towel and
wash cloth sets will
please your friends.
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They Cry, They Go To Sleep
$4.98
No Little Miss
ever had too many
dolls, so it is al
ways safe to choose
one. Some are in
Little Girl styles,
and others Baby
Dolls.
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A light
■weight, cool
ing cream
that will make
the powder
«r-yeav mors
natural.
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[25th Anniversar^
Glacier Flannel
On Your Daughter's
Christmas List?
Fiber reed cabs arc just
the thing
in which to
take doll
children for
fâA a ride.
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Fancy Bloomers
With Novelty Cuff
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Print Frocks
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Two wash cloths to match
the towel—in plaid or novek
tf jacquard patterns.
Watch him grin from ear
to ear when he opens this
real man's Christmas box;'
New Waverly Cap and Scarf
set. Satin-lined Cap in ad- |
justable head-size models.
Wide-cut scarf in harmon
izing colored Rayon and
long fringe.
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Their dresses are so
dainty — organdies and
prints—and as stylish as
one could wish.
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rayon jer
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bloomer s.
with fancy
cuff.
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125»h Anniversary
Colorful Apron»
Stamped on
98c to $4.98
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Majestic Belts
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Genuine Leather
$1.49
$3.98
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Rayon Alpaca
Special heavyweight; cut
full all over; big sleeves
and ample armholes and el
bow room. Extra good val
ues at—
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to slip 00
over yoar
frock—si®
pic to mal*'
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AeroSpeeder
A Mechanical Toy
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125»h Anniversary! Misses' Hose
Kicking Donkey
A Funny Pull-Toy
j 25 »h Anniversary
A Stamped Gown
Charming! Dainty!
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For Splendid Service
I The kind of silk and
hose that girls like.
$1.98
rayon
Our own dependable brand
of genuine leather belts. An easy to
Heavy and durable; run and enter
| inches wide. In two-tone taining toy —
combinations and plain col- harmelss, too,
ors. Big values at— for the small
est child.
49*
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Fashioned
o f nainsook
and stamped
toembroider.
Double Suede
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[25 th Anniversary
The Coziest Winter Costume
49c
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Boys' Lumberjacks
Warm, durable, for out
door wear; sport collar—
89c
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69c
$2.98
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Puzzles-Blocks Mechanical Toys
Of Many Kinds
This wooden toy is gaily
painted—and a joy, particu
larly to small boys. Our
price is, as usual, low for the
quality.
Top-to-Toe
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Hat, leggings with the origi
nal hookies» fastener and a warm
coat—this complete winter cot
in chinchilla, »tied*
From Santa's Pack
Eagleknit Leather Top
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Truck*, trolleys, busses
snd automobiles by the score.
Interesting games and
puzzles for the whole family.
89c
Muffler Cap*
98c to $1.98
23c to 89c
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tume comes in
and mixtures in several color»«
Small girls will love it I
For the boy and junior boy. Very warm and comfort
able. Of genuine sheepskin leather with the Eagleknit"
features. Can
be worn as a
muffler or
turned up. Will
protect ears
and throat. At
tractive color
combinations.
Warmly lined.
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Sizes 2 to 6
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INSTI. JT/ON
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tot, from $3.98 to *
b sixes 2 to 6 wvtta T 0 **
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98c and
$1.29
where savings are greatest
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12-hour watch for seamen, firemen
ami other members of the crews is
now universally applied, according to
Andrew Fuiuseth, president of the
Inti. Seamen's Union of America.
Fuiuseth is now seeking, through
Secretary of Labor Davis, to have
President Coolidge issue an executive
order le.-toiing the 8-hour watch in
the merchant fleet. The Shipping
Board, which changed the rules so as
to wipe out the 8-hour watch has re
fused to give seamen or firemen the
shorter workday.
The federal law provides that the
day shall he divided into "at least
two watches of not more than
hours each" for seamen, and into
three watches for firemen.
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BODY OF LOST FLÎER
IS FOUND IN CANADA
St. Johns, N. F.—The body of an
aviator disevored near St. George's
bay was io'entified as that of Court
Jacques de 1 essepe.
was made from papers
found on the body.
Identification
and medals
SERIES OF ARTICLES
ON AGRICULTURE
Helena.—The third and last of
series of Montana articles written by
banes F. Collison, agricultural edi
tor of the Minneapolis Tribune, for
the Sunday editions of that paper ap
peared
head
recently under the
n g Montana Forces United for the
Development of F
arm Resources '
Mr. Collison who visite.! t..e 'Kcas
we State when the Northern Pa ;ific
Livestock Special was on its stale
vi 'e tour, says that he is thorough
ly convinced after his trip that Mon
tana agriculture now knows where
is going. He stresses the fact that
while old methods have failed and
sometimes have brought disaster, new
ind distinctly Montana methods
agriculture aie bringing success. He
quotes from Governor Erickson's ad-,
broadcasted from the Chicago ;
Daily News boadcasting station a
few weeks ago to prove that Mon
tana farmers have learned the secret
of added income through diversifica
tion, and closes with a statement of
the increasing value of the livestock
industry in the state.
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SO-Cent License for Auto
a
Drivers Proposed in Butte
Butte.—A proposal to charge
J «'eats for each auto driver's permit
was presented to the city council at
this week's me ting. The income
would net approximately $4,082 an
nually, which would provide for a
special traffic officer and incidental
it expenses. The aldermen also recom
mended the establishing of arterial
highways, safety zones for pedes
t: inns and changes in the present
of traffic laws.
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Reboring and Regrinding
We have installed a Reboring and Regrindi
chine. Bring in your motors and have them 8
. All work guaranteed, at reasonable pHcet
Don't forget we can recharge your Ford !\W neto
while you are in town shopping, with the latest Coin
magneto charger. ^' n
like
new
Plentywood Auto Company
PATRONIZE THE PRODUCERS NEWS ADVERT®^

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