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FROM AROUND THE COUNTY I
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ANTELOPE
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Mr. and Mrs. Art Anderson hao
their baby boy baptized last Sunday
by Rev. E. Sand. He was given the'
name Lowell Rogers.
Olof Waller and family left for
Oregon last w#*k. Mr. Waller has
been in poor health for a long time
and his many freinds hope that his
health will be greatly improved
the coast.
Rev. E, Sand and family left Mon
day for California by car. They ex
pect to spend the winter in sunny
California.
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RAYMOND
Chas. Larter and family were in
Raymond Monday.
Thelma Nichols and Paul Hoppe
attended the dançe at Plentywood
Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Wendt and Mrs. Holl
and were shopping , in Plentywood
Friday. i; -c_
Mrs. Harvey Nichols broke her arm
Sunday while cranking the car. Her
friends will be glad to hear she is
doing nicely now.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nelson were in
town Monday.
Ed. Hannah sold Jiis truck to O.
Collins last week.
Mrs. Beit Herron, Dorothy Brown
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"Our Service and Your Co-op- %
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FOR SAIF r nn j VioU V
1 L 7*^ d • sectlon of
a a cres°broke Ab ° Ut 26 ?
of poor health T a f count
he ^ lth - .tractor or,
Hayden fa b^ g 22 Pr A P e°n\vwoôdT25tf
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FOR SALE—320 acre farm. Located
near A-l town in Sheridan county,
over two hundred acres broke soil
very best and in first class
condition for crop next year.
Graded roads on both ends of farm.
Not one foot of waste land, prices
right. Inquire at the Producers
Phone 165 or Write
Box 414
Plentywood, Mont.
Office across the street from
the Farmer-Labor Temple. ||
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LOST—Between Raymond and Kel
ly's corner one harness bridle. Peto
Fink, Raymond.
LOST—Black Portfolio containing Su
perMade Cook Wear literature, be
tween Tourist park and business
section. Finder please return to
this office and receive reward. W.
F. Gardner. 24-tf
26-itp
I Ol ND—Parker fountain pen. Own
er can have same by paying for
this ad and proving property. Pro
ducers News.
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FOR SALE—One 32 volt farm light
plant complete also 14 horse pow
er electric motor and one vacuum
cleaner,.and about 3 dozen light
bulbs cheap. Inquire Victor Anker,
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News.
* *A R A ALE O® —Dwelling in
Antelope. F. D. Morck, Plentywood
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AM IN MARKET for Sweet Clover
Seed grown on clean ground Points
. Seed^Farms^Crosby, ^
F ( )R SALE—Atwater Kent 6 tube
Radio complete with Philco A and
B eliminator. Good as new. Inquire
Qwen Howe at Northwest Service
Store - (25tf)
Learn Auto & Aviation Mechanics,
Sure future. We pay 25c above market
for wheat. Write for information.
Hanson Auto-Aviation School, Fargo,
N - Dak - _ (23-13t)
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FOR SALE—My dwelling in Antelope
will make attractive price if taken
at once. Size 24x34 and 8ft porch.
Also 280 acres pasture land near
Reserve, Mont., running springs
' C «' £ ric , ed for a quick sale,
$1260. F. D. Morck, Plentywood,
Mont -_ (21-tf)
ES J R i^ D u fi0m , my Piace about
U ri i „J-«- v re br °wn pony, weight
about 950 pounds, white strip in
face branded on left hip, also little
white on one front foot, short tail,
one black horse, weight about
lbs.
TAKEN UP August 8, T928 six work
horses weight about 1400 piunds, 1
pony 700 pounds, 1 sucking colt, no
visible brands. Arthur Krogedal,
Froid, Mont. (216t)
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AKEN UP—One R oa n Geld- QSa
four years old breed
t „, lack , mar ® 8 years old no brand
Ownp Up a n 0Ut middle of May -
wner can have same for payment
lone d and keeP ' Ne S Nelson > Ante *
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STRAYED AWAY— One bay RM
gelding, 5 years old weight
1100 lbs, branded *1^1
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1100
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and John Hoff were in Plentywood
Wednesday. /
Mr. Black and son William are
busy hauling their flax to town,
Pete Crumb is combining Ed.
Black's crop of flax
Louise and Elwood Hannah had
thei rtonsils removed Saturday. EÊ
wood also had five teeth pulled.
Mrs. Jesse Adams and son Lloyd
went to Plentywood Tuesday.
Miss Elberta Nichols returned last
Wednesday after a short visit with
friends in Plentywood.
A number of Raymond people at
i tended the show ip Plentywood Wed
1 nesday night.
Mrs. Bob Porter has been sick for
a week and is reported not feeling
well at this writing.
DOOLEY
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brockley of
Comertown were Dooley callers Wed
nesday.
G. C. Epier of Williston, N. D., at
tended to business matters here
Wednesday afternoon.
Clifford Dooley motored to Plenty
wood Wednesday afternoon.
H. N. Stenseth visited the county
seat Wednesday.
Cora Fiadeland of Gladmar, Sask.,
is helping out at the Dooley ranch
during threshing.
J. R. Segar of Scobey, Mont., at
tended to his farming interests here
Thursday.
Bradley Dooley left Thursday af
ternoon for Fargo, N. D., where he
will attend the Agricultural College
during the coming year.
Mrs. Hunt of Plentywood was a
Dooley caller Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ehrhardt and
daughter Helen shopped in Plenty
wood Thursday afternoon.
Ray Mitchell made a flying trip
to Regina, Sask., Thursday." He re
turned the same day.
Mrs. Sid Jordan of Raymond was
a business visitor in Dooley Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell mot
ored to Lake Alma Friday afternoon.
Mabel Truman, sister of
bell, returned with them to spend a
few days.
The Degree of Honor Lodge held
their first social meeting Friday
night Several guests were invited
and all spent a most enjoyable even
mg at bridge. At the close of the
evening a delicious lunch was served,
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart and Alma
Ehrhardt of Regina. Sask., were Sun
day guests at the W. J. Ehrhardt
home. ,
The 4-H dub held their first pieet
mg at Dooley after their vacation
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Treasurer Dorothy Leiback^ Rep^rL
«* committee. Katherine Lerbach
and Frances Eaton.
Me, Sybfl Greer of Plentywood
' ï^iter 1 Doolev Tuesdav in behalf of
the Degree of Honor iodge.
WESTBV
Mrs. Ole Grytness and children of
Fortuna visited her sister, Mrs. Roy
ge erg, a few^ da ys last week.
F et |r Miller spent Saturday
at the Ed. Spoklie home.
Mrs. Peele and daughter Mrs. Weil-j
and Mrs. Paul Hultgren were in
Plentywood Wednesday for dental
work.
Mr. and Mrs, Morris Johnson and
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kittelsoh motor
ed to Grenora Saturday evening.
and Mrs. Henry Skecls spent
Friday in Crosby. 1
1 Nelson °f Peerless and two
i f his workingmen spent Sunday in
town. ' j
th^r' M ° rris Berg ' who has been at
the Grenora hospital a few days re
i tU ^! d Tuesd ay. ' '
Faalson °f Gemora was a
AV ^f tby caller Monday. '
a j and Mrs * Pe t e r Hjelm and Miss
A " de *' so { 1 Comertown visited with i
fn ^ nds ln Saturday.
, A ^P es Wirt zberger is assisting at
11 r Lv! ar e T r ^ Ie y er home this week.
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Luther Hultgren drove to Midale,
Canada, Sunday.
, Mr - and Mrs. O. Nesten and
-1 d aughter Ethel and Mr. and Mrs Al
bert Lillithuen of McElroy were Sun
1 day guests at the Thomas Lillithuen
\ 1x01116 in Williston.
Mr and Mrs. A. P. Oison spent
Tuesday at Grenora.
I Mr and Mrs. Henry Skeels «nd
Don Hinshaw motored* to the county
I seat Tuesday. y
i Fr ^ k Welsh of ¥ cElroy a1ld
hî^if^v! Flore " ce * wh o is attending
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I n MrS û M . cAllis ter of Columbus,
JJ- T 0 , 1 ®, at T the Present Jime em
P loyed at the Home Cafe, received the
sad P®ws this week that her home
Columbus had been completely de
stroyed by fire together with all the
household goods. The
fire is not known.
Some of the Freshmen, Sopho
mores and Juniors had a weiner
roast at Stuart's hill last Thursday
evening. *
Elias Olson, who met with an ac
f™ t fl aSt A W< l ek ' has returned home
from the Ambrose hospital,
"el. on the way to recovery. .
, Ead Buchanan, who has been nurs
mg a painful hand for several weeks
is rapidly improving.
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RESERVE
Ben Trustheim is driving
Cnevrolet coupe.
Mrs. George Luoj will entertain
tue members of the Ladies Aid So
ciety and the W.m< : -a Club at h
a t xt Thursda. afternoon,
1 bcr 4tb ' R1 ans for the annual Fall
1 \ U jP er aad hazaar to be given bv the
S, society will d ' perfected.
Cr ^J s - A i. N - Eidness of Los Angeles
| L/aui., left last Fndav for St P-ml
after spending several weeks vLitW
her daughter!' Mrs. libers „f'Ch
Mr - and Mrs. Clifford Hunter and
dau ghter Juanita left Monday for
Glasgow, where they will make their 1
! fut u re home. During their two years'
residence in this vicinity Mr and
«SU* , Hanter have made many friends !
\ r ^ gret their departure.
Jo , hn Reason and J. P. ^
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Olson
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Hunter,
that she is 1
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greatly improved by the treatments
she is receiving at the Sanitarium at !
Lombard, Ill. Her complete recovery
is promised within a short time.
Ingwald Nelson, catcher for the
local ball team, left for Minneapolis j
last Saturday evening where he ex
pects to spend the winter. He will,
return in the spring to continue his !
farming operations and probably play
some more baseball.
Alvin Jacobsen left last week for
Missoula, where he expects to en
roll in the school of Pharmacy at the
State University. His brother Rich -1
ard accompanied him.
Aage Christiansen is busy wreck
ing a building purchased from the
Reserve Implement Company,
expects to use the lumber in a cot
tage he is erecting.
Carl Casper is moving his family j
into the cottage belonging to John !
Kallak and located on the flat.
Mrs. E. M. Hunt of Plentywood |
was in town for a few hours Monday i
afternoon looking after some
ness matters.
The enrollment in the school is the
largest for several years. The Board
found it necessarv to buv several
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Wm. Wilkinson is out Irom his
home Pî Minnesota and is looking
after hl . s ranching interests on the
reservation. i
dos * Gruber and ihos. Henderson
were county seat business visitors
las J; Saturday. , :
and Mrs. Fred Harland and
«J""«» Wer( % ^ 1Sltw | g wl J; h ielatlves i
at Plentywood Tuesday afternoon.
Rey * Ashworth was a county seat
^tor Tuesday taking Chas. E. Cun
nin Sham, field secretary for the Mon
tana Deaconess School at Helena, to
Plentywood. ■
H H. Potter was a county seat vis- ;
ltor V 1 wl?*' a v i cu !
Ja <* WhRe and F - J - Sherry were;
seat visitors Tuesday ana |
Wednesday !
foun^ it necessary to buy several
new desks as well as other equip
men t.
Shorty Johnson, chef at the lunch
counter, was called to Helena last
week for his annual medical inspec
tion. He expects to be back and i
ready for business the last of this
week.
. H - Qallahan "; as a Plentywood
business visitor Wednesday,
p B - BuB of Plentywood and Sam
Wl?e from Iowa > were Redstone vis -1
{tors for a short time Tuesday morn
ln £ :0n thwr way to the reservation
whe16 Mr - Wls \ expected to buy a
couple cars of horses for eastern ;
maikets - ^ ,
Rev. Father ORouike of Plenty
^ i' W ? e say , ma ^ s " Fedst °ne at
11 o clock Sunday, Sept. 30.
Mary M. Zetterberg of Val
ley N. D., arrived in Redstone
£Â«^eîV /Z
.. E ™ u Zetterberg accompanied by !
t ls sister Niece ,Mrs. Chas. Wit- |
ham and Harriet Witham all of Val
City NU D„ are visiting at the
d °b n Albers home for a few days.
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29lS g the e ba^k e bSlding^^he hone
fit of the Redstone school THp
money will be used to buy library
books and playground equipment V
im»yg»ounq equ ipment.
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Mrs, Elwood House and son Har
ve Z were transacting business here
Saturday. ,
Frank Desonia was visiting with
Relatives and friends here Wednes
day.
. Fra nk Schmidt and Thomas Har
n! lf ton wer " " town Sunday. "
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Cole, accomna
by Miss Mary Huddelston went ^
to Reast one Saturday. - j
„ A * W - Chaffee and son Elmer were
Kedst ? n e callers Monday. b
Owing to the heavy frost of late.
P eo P| e are busy gathering their gar- f
e ^ T truck j
rJtf' i ai \ d E ? mer Cole went to i
Outlook to visit with Mrs, Jack Por
j° ba ® been sick f° r some time. Tr?*
«r [ J Radons Was in tow n here
Wednesday.
, There wil1 be thr ee -carloads of
harses and eight of cows shipped out
of here Frida F»
. Mr * and Mrs - Lockal Jacobs were
m . tow n Tuesday, doing some shon
m "f: , , „
., Michael Harrington was here Sun
day.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Ross returned
to their home here Monday.
OUTLOOK
Ear l. Cosper drove to Plentywood
on business Friday,
Miss Mary Huddleston,
teaching school at Daleview
the week end here.
Violet Faucett
who is
passed
was operated on
for appendicitis in the Outlook hos
pital Saturday. ..
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Opgrande from
Plentywood called on friends in Out
look Sunday.
Mrs. N. J. Nelson, Mrs. Eli Harris
and Mrs. Art Ueland entertaine l
'arge number of their friends at
afternoon bridge luncheon at
Nelson's home Friday.
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Highest quality meats at low
prices—fair weight and good
service at all times. All meat
fresh and pure. Prompt deliv
ery of all orders.
It is not
even necessary to come to our
shop—just call phone No. 31
and you may be sure you will
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GENERA L MEE TING OF
PROGRESSIVE
farmers
There will be a general meeting
of all members of the Progressive
Farmers of Sheridan County, on
Saturday, October 6th at 2 o'clock
p. m. in the Farmer-Labor Temple
at Plentywood. The members of
the Plentywood Council will serve
lunch at 5 o'clock in the evening.
Important matters will come up at
this meeting anW all members, are
urged to be present.
(Signed) Secretary Sheridan County
Central Organization of
Progressive Farmers.
Ella Juui. who was operated on
f° r appendicitis in the Plentywood
hospital, returned to her home Sun
Frank Fitzgerald left for Chicago
on business Wednesday,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Laugen and
^ r ' and ^ rs ' Otto Erger from West
py visited at the Andrew Ueland
home Sundav.
Mr. and ftrs. E'wood House and
son Harry drove ^ Plentywood
business Saturdav.
Earl Kellington was in Daleview
j as t Sunday.
R 0 y Homme left Monday for Boze
man. where he will attend school for
the coming year.
Mr. Frizer. the hat man. had his
hats on display at Nelson's
Saturday.
Andrew Ueland drove to Plentv
wood Saturday
M r. and Mrs Frank Koester drov8
to Estavan Sask., Can., Thursday.
Tony Melby's son was taken to
the Plentyw'ood hospital Monday
The A Itar Society will have a food
sale and serye l unc jj j n ^he R adon &
Omar
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Henry Lund left Monday for Boze
man. wnere he will attend school the
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medical aid in Minot, returned
Saturday,
Chester Ford, who has been receiv
on
store
the aftenioon
an d evening of Friday October 5 th
M r< , AlmnnH TsJ.nc.JL V *, ol ;
tors drove to Plenty-wood oAuSnlss
Friday business
Ethel Schuman. Viva Goodlaxon
Clarence Wallen, William Boe Esther
Johnson, Ruby Boe Ruben Wallet
and " S i" Goodlaxon are among those
who attended the dance S pientt®
wood Saturday evening
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Nelson moved to
thpir farm u move fL l °
ae going to sfav until afteTthreslf
' tfl esh
* hreShing
drOTe^VaTHook "n D™ Thursday
where thev w-ere ^iWI hv Â
of a relaLve Th.v ;lt„J S î Cath
Monda? They returMfl * l#m *
Tonev Ynnno foil . •
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&. Safk - ^
B uk?' /Ä 011 bru * n - a ne ' v
iir Ca J C \ t > f '; st of t e '-eek.
A ; Rroeger and
TnL ?° Ja^u vlsltin S at the
John Ladd home for the past few
! eft last week for their home
ln Oklahoma city.
Mr - Leonard from Harvey, N. D.
Wns here on business Tuesday.
Opgrande and daughter Lvdiy
who have been visiting at the dies
,e , ord borne for the past two
ueeks * ki ft for their home in Minne
apohs on Saturday.
those * who rgeistered at
^ hotel the past week are: Chas
New man. Spokane; Mr and
tanley Fo . rter * Texas; Mr. and Mrs!
Alfred, Chicago; M. H Perring
^ y°yd Webb, St. John, Wash.;
i ed W Anderson. New York Citv;
M I S * T ? ort . er - WHitetail: lister Stew
rt * P^ or ia. III.; Peter Scott, Gas
T «r a w GeVald Loomis, Wgjeita,
2H a,; M. IIwain, Oklahoma City,
David K i**k. Detroit. Mich.; E.
„ nes ^ rand » Watertown. S. D.; E
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Lm Er '« Chica!go; Ral Ph Grant. Dul
nth; T. B. Connfell and G E
0kl ahoma City. Okla.
Mrs - Elwood House
ry drov e to Redstone
Saturday,
Coring,
and son Har
on business
Sam Faucett had to have several
stitches taken in his face last Tues
day, due to his, tractor
when he was cranking it
David Bell. Morris - Dillion
back-firing
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ingredients and baked by
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Unless it's our cake!
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Special cakes made up
Just leave
social occasions,
your order with us.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
Plentywood Bakery
Martin Toftness, Prop
Donald Minnet from London, Ohi®,
wiu) have been working in the lidrC
vest fields for the past jew wffelts.
left for Idaho Tuesday.
Mrs. Roy Nelson and daughter !
Marjory, Mrs. Frank Koester and
Miss Mulvehile drove to Plentywood
on business Saturday. 1
John Peterman, who has been ■
working in the harvest fields, left for
his home in London. Ohio, Monday,
Harry Larson from Plentywood
called at the office of the Farmers
Elevator Monday.
OUTLOOK SCHOOL NOTES
First Grade
A picture book was made for our
library table. We also have some
vety pret -
for'our room*" br °" ght * " eW Plant
cauTr't.T br ° U Ä * litt,e
tag on the' tâu« We " e mak '
f'tdî i l j d table *.
week U d entered school last
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Tj.p o and Third Grade
iii •■Home?' A uL aSS u'%- y ;
^ , ' ar ffe collection of
concrete, brick, stone and lumber has
been made for the
Agnes Grove brought a cocoon to
school this morning. It will be pre
served for observation in the sec
ond grade.
The spelling classes in the second
and third grade room are climbing a
ladder. Isabel Tooke is on the high
est lung this week with a grade of
museum.
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the Buick was ahead by two points.
The 3A pupils are going to crake '
a collection of the different kinds o:
building materials.
5th and 6 th Grades
Albert Grove has been absent 5
era! days.
The girls of the 6 B grade are plan-1
ning small
95.
3rd and Fourth Grades
The third and fourth grades have
returned to school with
ment of thirty-one.
The pupils of Miss Palsom's room
have been racing with those of Miss
Stavney's room in spelling.
pupils of Miss Falsom's room drive
a Bui-k car and the third and fourth
grades drive a Chrysler. Last week
an enroll
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half hour on Friday.
6 th and 7th Grades
We have an enrollment of 31 in 1
these grades—fifteen in the 6 th ;
grade and sixteen in the 7 th grade, i
This VVP Vl O va Kûnn knc«. I R
This week we have been busy get-1
ting somethings ready for the Fairl
Exhibit in connection with
our regu
lar lessons in language, drawing and
penmanship.
8th Grade
The enrollment in the eighth
grades to date is'thirty-two.
The attendance has been irregular
due to weather conditions. Many of
the boys are helping with threshing. 1
The agricultural class is 'studying
the care and feeding of poultry. j
Lettering is being taken
drawing.
The history class are working
pi eject showing the evolution
transportation.
ihe Agriculture class are drawing
a flower and vegetable garden, show
ing the arrangement of flowers and
vegetables for a town lot.
Elmer Mill#.r recently enrolled
an eighth grade pupil.
There are still several
due to threshing still not being
pieted.
up in
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of i
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absences
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High School Notes
Fifty-three have registered so far
in the high school.
Class meetings were held Tuesday
Naming and the following officers !
w r ere elected: Elmer Boe, president
of the Freshman class; Allen Keough.l
president of the Sophomore class; |
Ethel Schuman, president of the,
Junior class, and Rueben Wallon, 1
president of the Senior class.
Henry Lund, who graduated from
the Outlook high school in 1927, vis
ited the school Monday morning be -1
fore leaving for Bozeman, where he
will attend school for the coming
year.
Lorene McLean from Hanks, N. D.,
started in the Senior class Monday. I
Charles Cavanaugh from
TV
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2 1-2 Miles North of Comertown
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Having rented my farm, I will sell all
my property consisting of
MACHINERY
CHICKENS
HORSES
CATTLE
HOUSEHOLD GOODS
GFFSE
HARNESS
TURKEYS
FORD SEDAN
OATS
AND MANY OTHER ARTICLES
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Sale Starts at 1:00 P. M.
Free Lunch At Noon
TERMS: Tune \ViIl Be Given
on All Sums Over $100.00.
DAN McGOWAN, Owner
DOOLEY STATE BANK, Clerk.
ROY ARNOLD, Auct!
.oneer
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Cieek, who graduated in 1928, visit
Öd the High School Monday morning
The faculty of the Outlook school
has a hundred per cent membership
in the M. E. A.
The Sophomore-Freshman party is
to be Friday, October 12th,
Citizenship i s being offejöa to the
Freshmen in place of Latin,
New desks were placed in the as
sembly this week, making room for
those who started late,
ARRESTED AT FROID
ON FORGERY CHARGE
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t'o^hÆge' of firgery. ...
SSÄW«: feS
to cash a Shock he hS
written. His insistency led the pro
pnetor to suspicion, but when an cf
ficer arrived, Parker tore up the
check. The check has been pieced
t0 8 ether «»d will be used as evidence
when tjie case comes up in district
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TEACHERS' EXAMINATIONS
The state teacher's
examinations
will be held In Plentywood October 4,
6 and 6, in the basement of the Con
gregational church. Following i s the
schedule.
Thursday, October 4
Second Grade
History 8:00 to 10:00
Civics, 10:00 to 12:00.
Grammar, 1:00 to 2:30.
Methods, 2:30 to 4:00.
Spelling, 4:00 to 4:30.
Friday, October 5
Arithmetic, 8:00 to 10 : 00 .
Geography, 10:00 to 12:00.
Reading, 1:00 to 2:30 p.
Agriculture, 2:30 to 3:30.
Hygiene, 3:30 to 4:30.
First Grade
Economics, 1:00 to 3:00 p.
a. m.
m.
m.
School Law, 3:00 to 4:30.
Saturday, October 6
School. Management 8:00 to 10:00
ELEVENTH ANNUAL TOUR
RIRfH The Famous
Dlii wO Magician
IN AN EVENING OF SPECTACULAR MAGIC AND
PSEUDO-PSYCHOLOGY
Spiritism Unveiled
Spirit Slate Writings
Table Floating
Spirit Manifestations
and even
Ectoplasams
COME EASY WITH
m
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BIRCH

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Massive Equipment, Spe
cial Scenery and Lighting
Effects, Large Menagerie
"Birch is the most humorous,
high-type, clever and scientific
Magician that has ever visited
our city.''—Birmingham News.
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Wed., Oct 3
ADMISSION:
.. Adults 50 cents, Children 25 cents
Septembe
r 28, 192«
American Literatur
e . 10:00 U
12:00.
Princples of Education' 1 » no
Educational Psycholog £ »00.
Ethel E 2 *
County Super}
Singlet
ntendent.
(25-2t)
on
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03
A Tip for the
Wise Housewife!
For
The Best Meats
At th eLowest Prices
Come to
FORMAN'S
Where Quality
Prevails
And Service is
Prompt and
Efficient
! Forman's
FRED FORMAN, Prop.
Plentywood
Phone 17
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