FROM AROUND THE COUNTY
Mr. and Mrs, Dietrich from Worth
ington, Minnesota, are visiting at the
home of Mis. Dietrich's sister, Mrs.
F. J. Frost.
Mr, and Mrs. James Trower came
down from Regina, Canada, last
Thursday and passed the week end
with their daughter, Mrs. Oswald Sel
Harvey and Dick Wunderlich and
Elwood House drove over to Weyburn
on business Saturday
The Outlook school held their an
nual picnic in the Hardersen coulee
Carl Back and Martin Homme drove
to Duluth, Minn., last Sunday.
Dorothy Hovland from Whitetail
pa-sed the week end with Lucille Boe.
Roy Medders was over from Plenty
wood Saturday in the interest of his
Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Scott are
guests at the home of Mr. Scott's par
Mi. and Mrs. J. O. Hovland from
Flaxton, N. D., and their son Karl
Hovland, and family, from Whitetail
visited at the T. J. Larson home Wed
Mrs. Porter from Whitetail passed
the week end with her sister, Miss
Mr, and Mrs. T. J. Larson and Miss
Mary Ciaig attended Eastern Star in
Plentywood Wednesday evening.
Dr. Robert Kahle will spend part of
his time in Whitetail after June 1st,
as he has many patients there.
Most of the country side of Out
look took in the ball game at Plenty
wood Sunday. All agreed it was a
Mr. and Mrs. T, J. Larson and
daughter Evelyn left for Billings
Tuesday to attend the graduation of
their daughter ami sister Lenora, who
has been a student at the Billings
State Normal for the past year.
The High School class day exercises
were held in the school house Tuesday
(Too late for last week)
Mr. Garnis of Powers Lake, N. D. is
visiting friends here this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Prim and daughter,
Dora, drove to Plentywood Sunday.
The Wunderlich orchestra played
for a dance at Wolf Creek Saturday
Mrs. Julia Ueland passed the week
end with friends at Dooley.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Larson passed
the week end with relatives at Nashua.
The joint meeting of the Progres
sive Farmers which was held in the
Outlook Hall Friday evening was well
attended by members from all the
neighboring towns. After the meet
ing there was dancing and at mid
night a bounteous lunch wes served.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Anker, Mr. and
Mrs. Don Trower, Mrs. Julia Ueland
and Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Larson were
among those from Outlook who at
tended the senior class play at Plen
tywood Friday evening.
Fred Crowse visited the high school
. here Monday morning.
Raymond West from Canada is vis
iting his mother here this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Potter from Raymond
called at the Clinton Gosper home
A number of ladies entertained the
teachers at a picnic supper in the
Ueland coulee Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Opgrand from
Plentywood called at the T. J. Larson
home Tuesday evening.
Charles Cavanaugh drove to Plen
tywood on business Wednesday,
A large number of Outlook young
people attended the dance at Flaxville
The Baccalaureate sermon will be
given in the Methodist church Sunday
morning at ten o'clock. The sermon
will he delivered by Rev. Ashworth.
Mr. and Mrs, T. J. Larson and Miss
Mary Craig attended the Eastern Star
lodge at Plentywood Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Nelson drove to
Scobey to visit friends Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Elwood House and Son
Harvey drove to Plentywood Tuesday
and attended the show at the Orpheum
in the evening.
Owing to the the freight jumping
the track at Fortuna there
Harry Larson was in Outlook on
, . and Sophomore
classes in the high school journeyed
to several of the nearby coal mines
north of here Monday afternoon to
study coal strata.
Mr. and Mrs Karl Hovland and
family from Whitetail with Mr. and
h ' •♦V 0 ; . Ho Y land from Flaxton visit
ed with fnends m Outlook Wednesday.
a,iHH?H r f? P r a u d from Flentywoml
audited the books at the Farmers'
evator the first of the week
B. Raethers has purchased
lontiac from Harry Sparling.
K()ber ^Nelson has been in bed wiih
the flu for the past few days,
soon as he recovers he will
his work at Hans Larson's.
Miss Catherine Gormley marked the
last day of school with a picnic on the
Lake. Many attended the picnic. A
very delightful time was spent. There
was also a very delicious lunch serv
ed after which there
!da Parent spent Friday
at Melvin Nelson's.
Many from south of the Lake at
tended the dance at the Brotherhood
Hall Friday evening.
mr The r ipfant. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. John Miller is dangerously ill.
George Richwine and family from
east of Froid spent Sunday at Field
ing Bush's and Elmer Richwine's.
Mr. and Mrs. Barney Raethers gave
a most enjoyable party in honor of
their daughter Joy's birthday. A large
number of their
were present and spent a pleasant af
ternoon playing games and visiting. A
sumptuous lunch was served to which
everyone did justice, after which the
guests departed wishing Joy many
happy returns of the day.
(Too late for last week).
Born to Mr. and Mrs. E. Gormely,
on Monday, May 20, 1928, a boy.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Richwine were
business callers at the lake Tuesday.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Pomroy on
Sunday, May 20, 1928, a girl.
Harry Richwine has engaged Mike
Patnude as hired man.
. Miss Catherine Gormely had several
visitors at her school Tuesday
were races and
whom were Lula Spencer, Oliver An
derson and Addie Stringer.
Dolores and Gordon Petersen were
visitors at Dagmar Monday.
Oliver Foss was at Medicine Lake
on business Tuesday.
Many from the vicinity of Medicine
Lake took the examination held at
Medicine Lake Monday and Tuesday.
Maybell Hanson who was formerly a
student of Medicine Lake high school
brough several girls to town to take
An American Legion drum corps
from Williston enteretained the people
of Medicine Lake with music and sing
ing Wednesday. They were advertis
in gthe indoor circus to be held in Wil
liston in the near future.
Jean and Lèvera Larson and Nor
man Stringer spent Tuesday after
noon visiting at Melvin Nelson's.
Inez and Vida Nelson had veen vis
iting at Harry Larson's the day pre
Last Monday morning the east
bound freight met with an accident
near Colgan, N. D. Seven cars left
the rails and remained standing at
various angles, though none tipped
entirely over. Three of the derailed
cars as it happened were filled with
grain shipped from McElroy,
passenger train did not complete i.s
trip east that day but went back to
Whitetail for the night. A side track
was built around the wreck so traf
fic might continue the next day. F.
G. Welsh and family and Mrs. J. G.
Noon drove down in the evening to
see the wreck.
Gustave Espeland and Alvin John
son drove to Plentywood Sunday to
see the hall game.
Ole Nereson has returned from
Plentywood <here he received treat
ments from Dr. York for an injury
reived in a runaway about two weeks
ago. He was dragging with a six
horse outfit when the horses began
to run. Seeing the team was getting
beyond his control, Mr. Nereson rolled
off the seat of the drag cart which
he was riding but hurt his back in
Mrs. George Peale has had
attack of rheumatism. She is now con
Russel Foss wrote
on the eighth
grade final examination at Comertow
Mrs. F. G» Welsh and Mrs. Marion
Taylor arranged a farewell party for
Miss Carrie Hansen which was given
at the school house Saturday evening.
A musical and literary program and
games furnished thé^evening's amuse
ment. Refreshments were served. All
present had an enjoyable time,
Tuesday evening the Farmers Ele
vator board met and completed
rangements for the building of a new
house to replace the one that was de
stroyed by fire.
School closed Tuesday with a pro
gram and picnic lunch at the school
house. Parents and other adults
... _ AB seemed happy.
Miss Carrie Hansen left Wednesday
for her sisters home in Seattle, Wash.
She will stop on the way to see the
Yellowstone National Park. She ha?
finished a successful year's work here.
Roadwork has commenced between
'V-toyand McElroy. Alfred Hjelrn
vf has the grading contract.
Mrs Lester is cooking for the crew.
The McElroy Nursery has done
good business this spring.
of the county have been represented
by customers. Some business has al
>o been done in more distant terri
Some breaking and late sowing is
still being done in this community.
Mrs. I^ohmann of Flaxville is visit
bome °f her daughter Mrs.
M. H. Hansen.
There were a number of seventh
and eighth grade pupils from the
rounding schools here this week
take their state examinations.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Callahan
dr ST t0 Williston, N. D., Wednesday.
Mrs Baldur Jensen has been con
lined to her home for the past week
or ten days by illness.
Maude Sherry has been confined to
her home this week by an attack of
the flu from which so many have been
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. White and son
?ni V 5 n °L Whl il ta , i1 ' M - A ' Shipman
and daughters Thelma and Mildred of
Crosby, N. D., and John Wolford of
Welcome, Minn., spent Sunday at the
Lngebntson home. Mr. Wolford is a
brother of Mrs. Engebritson
ojjlf £ 0Un *K 80n of Mr - an(1 Mrs.
Hugh French was taken to Minot, N
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proving nL°e7y ' aS ' rep0rts is im
Mr. and Mrs. H
son ami Jack Woodard
from Whitetail for
iÄ K e y :„ a „ S d an ° Ver
^ C !S. ay bas finished the burn
of . bls first kiln of brick this week
Ä 5 "usr ,tart tha ^* 07 ^
family, a M rs Mr 'Alice , and
Fishell and Mr. and Mrs S 'p L p y 1
and children drove outtn'fh» r Paul
guests * 'rhu rsd ay e afternoon
a'm.'Zi 3rd ' at 11: »
tn r pi y ? lshop took his little son Bert
Thu P r 1 s e d n a t r 00 T ( L f ° r medi f al treatm ^nt
inursuay. lhe youngster was s*»ri
Z t d imfVhe e d a „ m c t'°
»Ä of° C S
Roy Shervey and Prank p a ii
thU e weldc ntyW00d Tisitors Mond ya of
™ M M.? r AÄ s cwntry
MSSr and p,entywood
Mr and Mrs. C. C. Johnson
o? n p P nt and ^^r kan and famiiy
H T r°i d ^ d y r ' and Mrs - G
H. Tibbetts of this city were enjoying
afternoon arty " Ea " leS Nest »
p and , 1 2, rs - 'J ob n Babe were at
^r° d T u esd . ay ' where tb °y were
doing some shopping.
H. H. Knudson, Mrs. Strand and
JjS ^teJeft today for a weeks
visit at Shelby and through the Kevin
^pnburst oil field.
N. Kramer and
Ä were down
a short visit Tues
By Albert T. Reid
If He Can Only Stop it!
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Jack Buike was calling on D.
Mr. and Mis. D. M. Machines and
family weie callers at the Wm. Crom
well and Charles Maish homes Wed
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Burke, Mr. and
Mrs. D. M. Maclnnes and family and
Mr. and Mrs. John Pace and family
were in Plentywood Thursday evening
attending the Commencement exer
cises of the high school.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Campbell and
family were Flaxville and Whitetail
visitors Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Nels Oksendahl were
Scobey visitors Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Campbell and
family, Si Ulrich, James Cowan, Sven
Myhre and Peter Grande attended the
ball game at Plentywood Suday.
I. E. Metzler and Claude Pettie were
in Plentywood Sunday, where they at
tended the ball game.
Hazel and Mabel Marsh, Maxwell
and Helen Maclnnes and Kenneth
Campbell visited with the French boys
Dan Campbell was a Redstone call
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p ♦ ( r w°K-l® t ^ St aÆ m
Peter Whitish was in Archer Mon
«lay transacting business.
Charles Madsen is putting in a full
basement under his house.
N. P. E. Moe hauled a load of wheat
to the Plentywood mill and exchanged
it for flour, last Monday. )
Henry Styve was a visitor at Emil
Peder Moe of Poplar was a caller in
the community last Sunday and Mon
day. He is agent for the Rumely line
and Chevrolet cars. \
Alber Almberg and Nils Rust were
visitors in the community the past
Mr. and Mrs. N. P. E. Moe and Ben
and eParle Moe were visitors at the
Ch'-ist Knudson place last Sunday. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Whitmarsh and chil
dren motored to Plentywood last Sun
day. ; Their infant son is receiving
medical attention, 1
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kjerrumgaard I
visited at their home Sunday. They
are working for Mr. Grant who lives
northwest from here.
lhe Archer and Lee schools held
their picnic in Union last Sunday,
Fhey camped six miles south of Arch
er. There was a good attendance. A
baseball game between the schools
and several other games were played.
All report an excellent outing. .
Emil Moe motored to the County !
Seat Sunday. I
Mr. Harderson visited the county
seat the first of the week.
A group of members from the Arch
er council attended the joint meeting
held at Outlook Friday night.
-W.Ä«Äl a Ä i
telope and those m the lower grades'
spent the day m Dooiev's pasture. j
Mr and Mrs. Adry Nelson were In
from their farm Wednesday evening, i
Mrs.. H. Hunter and son Donald
shopped in Plent.vwood Thursday.
Mr and Mrs. F. C. Barker left for
their home at Hamilton, Mont, Thurs
W« af Tl a n UC u SSful ten J ° f Schocl
5n fh» Zh Barkers expect t0 return
A b f. fa B
• , er Su ! llv an spent a few days
10 \\r°l e Z m 1S yy , ,
niff, i d MrS ; W - D - Do °ley and son
Thursday to attend the graduation ex
ercise. Bradley was a member of the
Rev. Clifford of Plentywood was a
Dooley caller Friday.
M. Magnusen and family of Comer-1
town visited Dooley Friday evening.
n M .u „ and xr M if* T - M - Madden of
"°^ be B®' N. D., spent the week end
t* to l? 0ITie their daughter, Mrs.
J. J. hchons.
Several from here attended the
dance at Brady s bam Saturday night.
Household goods- for sale.—Mrs F.
R. Decker. •
Mr. and Mrs. George I^ibach and
family spent Sunday at Plentywood.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Munson and
family spent Sunday at Plentywood
and attended the ball game. V d
Brightsman di;ove to Plenty
wood Monday. f
Evelyn McLeod underwent an oner
ation at the Plentvwood hospital Sat
urda V S i e Setting alone nicely.
P. G. Neville and Jim Dolvan of
Plentywood were Dooley visitors Tues
Possible First Ladies of the Land
I (left) and
1er (right), are ■€
I among the most Hi
j likely possibilities j|i
I for the title of fill
■ "First Lady of the 5^
[Land,'' as the wife l|| |
so f our National isai
I President is desig-iila:?«
Inated, and either of
Ithem would well
Î; grace the White
The cowpeu Is valuable for hay, be
Ing nearly equal to wheat bran In nu
trltion, according to the Department
of Agriculture. The seed Is rich feed
but Is little used because of Its scare
Ity and high price. It also makes an
excellent dish for human consumption
and is conslderiihly.'bsed In the South.
Cowpea Valuable as Hay
for Different Animals
The seed Is long lived and can be
8tored for ,on * P" rl<Mls wIthout I«"" of
, . . . ., ... i
terminating quality hut la attacked by
7* ev,ls - *° 8< ' ed ,ous <* are forced to
treat 11 utl rarbon hlsulphld before
8 ^° r I n g, to kill off these pests and to
* ,ve '»ter treatment to keep them In
check. While there are a number of
varieties only a few are recognized as
of first importance ind the seed trade
Is accumulating a stock of the best
sorts for distribution through careful
tests and study
P"K | | I
SCTir* T* * f*
If th . keDt ln the Cf4 ,, Hr fnr '
I L ° ? f
h °? e U9e ar ® 80rte< * occasionally rot
not spread j
Ever y P°«nd of fruit, vegetables,
milk or meat placed on the market has j
» part In affecting the price of all.
• • •
European clover seed Is low In price
and quality, though neither are as low
as the man who would sell It for home
. , XT .. , . A
f™ 8 ° rk 8tate ' whlch 11
about three times as many as there ar«
' n the st "te of Washington.
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bills for farmers in years to
• • •
There are approximately 193.000
A woodlot started now will save coal
lt Is very important to test each
ear of seed corn before shelling It for
Wh«, building „„ IcehoiM (or cool
g £ - £ V—
J J P ' 75 U
fee pate - :
A cord" of wood is eight feet !
,on S and four feet high, but the sticks i
may be of any length. In a standard cord
the sticks are four feet long.
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Glorifies the Eifc
I 1U , ,
Dr. Josef Franz Kapp, Prominent
medical man, who clai^ 5 ' . | * scrum
obtained from pigskin will restore
grandma's complexion to rival that
of her granddaughter.
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HOGS HOLD STEADY—
CATTLE ARE HIGHER
1 m .
S "f*! . Ut ?f lp j; s G * v . e GtH, ° J°. ne to lhe
! [ at1 '~r5 lie ®P a V d L f.™ b u
Gauged Basis-Vtalers Higher.
Soutb , Pau ' May 29.—The light
pr ° por î lon f of fed 8te 0 ® ra and yearlings
sold at strong to 25c higher prices
with only tt few choice lo B t , ÜIC '| uded
wh i c h sold at $13.00 to $13.25, the
bulk selling on down to $12.25. Fat
she stock was fully steady, bulk of
all cows selling at $7.60 to $9.25, heif
erg mostly $8.75 to $11.00 and cutters
$6.75 to $7.00. Bulls were steady to
strong, weighty medium grades bulk
to $8.50. The light supply
of a f ltocker aml feeder steers cashed
at to lar Rely whilq the veal
er mharket ruled 26 to 50 cants high
er, good to choice vealers bulking at
$14 to $14.60.
Prices in the hog division were
[mostly unchanged a few sorted lights
selling to shippers at $9.40 with hulk
? f the mixe<l lights and butchers cash
ln * to Papers at $9.26, some real
heavy &r plainer gorts c ' shin '„
to $9.00. Bulk of the packfflg sows
hi ought $8 to $8.25 witK^raàpt pigs
Good choice clipped lambg were sal
able at $16 to $16.25 witR l^st light
and medium weight fat ewes at $6.50
$7.50, extreme weights mostly $5.
000(1 to choice spring lambs sold re
to, $18, others down
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL DIS
TRICT OF THE STATE OF MON
TANA ,IN AND FOR THE COUNTY
IN THE MATER OF THE ESTATE
ENOCK JOHNSON, Deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, by
to the creditors and all persons hav
ing claims agaitist said deceased, to
exhibit them with the necessary
vouchers within ten months after the
first publication of this notice to the
said John Danielson Administrator
at the law office of J. E Rucker in
Culbertson Roosevelt County Montana,
the same being the place for the
place for the transaction of the busi
ness of said estate.
DATED: June 1st, 1928
Administrator of the Estate
_ of Enock Johnson, Deceased.
J* E. Rucker,
Attorney for Estate.
f JORGEN C. JENSEN i
I Painting & Paperhanging
The Largest and Finest
Furniture Store In
Board of County Com mission,.,,
0. M. Donaldson, livery, county
Edward Iverson, per diem.
Frank J. French, per diem.
Linda E. Hall, salary-
A. N. Wankel, per diem.
Chas. Merwin, witness fee.....*..
Frank D. Stringer, posting no
Adolph Chaffee, witness fee. 6.90
J. C. Penney Co., cheese cloth.. 5.40
U. S. Blue Print Paper Co.,
blue print paper ..
Frank Schmit, witness fee.
Burroughs Adding Mach. Co.,
H. B. French, posting notices.. 5.00
R. W. Dickey, posting notices.. 10.00
J. G. Debing, mileage .
W. H. Courtwright Co., anno
Robert C. Chapman, labor.
C. W. Jackson, labor.
Rodney Salisbury, mielage &
Town of Plentywood, water
Peter Degen, posting notices ... 2.50
J. G, Debing, posting notices ... 1.00
The Frank Sheppard Co., N. Y.
R. W. Dickey, posting notices.. 2.60
Raleigh Gentry, posting notices 1.25
Wm. Fellon, witness fee.
Edw. Stubban, posting notices 2.50
R. W. Dickey, witness fee.
John Christensen, witness fee.. 7.50
J. L. Fitzpatrick, Lieu warrant 8.00
Niels Madsen, nettv cash
Elizabeth Wilson, pension .
Bertha Johnson, pension.
Nellie Crohn, pension...
Mary Myronick, pension.
Albertine Möller, pension .
Nicolena Sorenson, pension.
Thora Adams, pensio.n.
Lena Wilson, pension.
Florence Johnston, pension .
Mary Brabec, pension.
Emma Lundquist, pension.
Mrs. Andy Holm, pension, May
Alnaa Yeager, pension.
Mrs. M. C. Jacobson, pension..
Eva Engler, pension,.
Sophia Schwartz, pension.
W. A, Clawson, pension.
Adam Graff, pension.
Mrs. P. R. Jordan, pension.
Mary Johnson, pension.
Helen Strud, pension.
Mary Henrickmier, pension
G. E. Campbell, professional
Plentywood Drug, drugs.
J - C. Storkan, professional ser
Martin Toftness, board of Mar
tln Olson, John Enderlin and
Saavi Storaasli, coal for I^ena
Bel an ski, per diem.
! A ' F i Z . iebarth : mileage with
probation officer. .
Bruce 6 "' ^ ro ^* r ^ es * or
Wcsthv . uJui '
^rs N Hen ° f
N. Lien .
Redstone,—A. W. Hansen, John
Goehring and H. N. Kramer of White
tail, we are informed, will leave next
week for Shelby and the Sunburst
Kevin oil field for the purpose of in
ducing an oU driller of experience to
come to Whnetail with an outfit and
j P ut down a test well or to purchase
standard drill and go ahead and drill
the te-1 well with money furnished
b y the local people of Whitetail, which
has bep n already subscribed and has
b f en deposited in the bank at that
P^ce since last fall,
Whitetail Men Going to the
Kevin-Sunburst Oil Field
WATCH THE CROWD
Al's Go-Get-Ers |
The Peppiest Music In the
See, Write or Phone
are made in four sixes: 6, 7Vz> 9 and 12 foot for |
horses or for tractors.
The McCormick-Deering is an ideal sumniei" a |
low implement because of its wide sweep ?nd 1 e j|
quality of the work it does.
On seed beds this tillage tool pulverizes the soi . ^
fills up the air spaces and creates a loose sur a ce ^
mulch that prevents evaporation of valuable ru° ,s
Come in and see these fine Implements. Al^ |
ask to see the Canadian wide type Disc ^* arr ?y «
convertible to either 14 foot or 21 foot sizes and |
Horses or for Tractors.
Early orders now assure you
of your machines when you
of prompt delivery |
Dooley Implement Co.
PLENTYWOOD and U00IJl
B. Larsen, groceries t
*ie Paulson es for M a *.
A - J. Markuson,
. e o.Vo'r ek ''""'«■t«: '•«
%U<4e a "'* i ' per <*• and
vr C3 w? inmates
N i, W V Se M iCP St0res .
i for Myrtle John
Sheridan Mem. Hospital
Sheridan Mem. Ho«
and drugs for patients ra
Brondcn, Charles I) , r ' ? e
Mrs. Axel c c- i
•lamps lioss, EUVvffi
, ?u d ^*ï er Nichol N,ch " l!
Bruce and Lien
H. B. Cloud professional
vices for Al Moran
Anna K. Jarstad, old i
sion . ■
Florence Crittenton Home. , are 2 °®°
of inmates . e
N. J. Nelson & Co
for poor—Paul Holt
Lake Merc. Co.
tî? Co - * Anna *
Lake Merc. Co , shoe!
M, S. Nelson
L. M. Bretske Co., grot- for
poor-O. 0. Anderson. 0 . f ° r
J ' £ Co - clothing for
* ro <*ne.s f 0r
Kroceries f or
45 . 0 ®
groc. for Moses
for Mrs! ^
groc. for Pete la- ^
(Continued next week.)
FARM LAND FOR SAU
Hear are some real Land Barnia.
Get Our Terma
Good 6-room Dwelling for sale in
320 acres—NW1436, SW«4 25^«
improved farm near Antelope.
320 acre?— SE V* 16, NE% 21-3346
Secure our Dependable Wlndalora
Insurance now. You can't tell hw
soon you might be caught unpro
F. D. MORCK AGENCY
Fire - Windstorm - flail. Aulotnu.
$ 195 , 000 , 000.00
Dunlop's investment is
great it must he safeguarded.
The only sure protection is
to give you greater value
than you can buy in any
A trial will convince you too
THE TIRE SHOP
JOE REDMOND, Prop.
One year Free Service on
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