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Thursday. September 27, 1928.
Th Northern wheat
OaW- per bu
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r -pUn Brabec is assisting at the
1 Cafe this week.
r , P be Radios, best ever.
W batteries, Crosley radios,
batteries. Tire Shop. 24-3
a. r Rpn«on expects to leave this
°fftr Missoula, this state, where
take up the study of dentistry.
handle the Chevrolet cars and
Bredevine and Larson. West
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Another one of those wonderful
Petri« of Honor dances at the Farm
« Labor Temple October 20th.
. .„irs.'toTsale Show cases
JS «Ce mai Ce fCCs etc'.
Squirt of A. J- Moore, Plentywood.
W. still have a tow items in Men's
ftmisbings to close out at Bargain
Johnson's Store. -J " *
Mrs. Ludvig Odegard and children
«ere among those who were in Plea
q,«oo(l Upping Friday afternoon.
Judge Flakne and wife of thej
Archer oistrict were in Plentywood :
WcitiH'day, shopping and transact
, ng o'.her business matters.
Charte? Lundeen of Outlook, can
didate to» county treasurer on the
Imierenueflt Lck et . was a Plenty
business visitor last Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Velin and
son visited with Mr. and Mrs. Ludvig
Odegard Saturday evening and Sun
day at the Pete Marron ranch.
Cl^y Bolster has accepted a posi
tion with the Westland Oil Company
and will have charge of the local
Gertrude Wineland has been ab
sent from her duties at the West
Cafe for several days as the result
of stepping on a nail.
Mrs. C. B. Rather of
Lake was a shopper between trains
in the county capital last Saturday.
While in the city Mrs. Rather made
a pleasant call at the Producers
News office and renewed her sub
to this for another
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when Mrs. L. M. Kennedy and son. !
H. Kennedy, of Harris, Mo., dropped
in on them Wednesday evening. Mrs. |
Kennedy is a sister of Mrs. Barn- ]
housc. After spending a few days
with the Barnhouse family, the Ken
n dy- will denart for points west.
WHY CANT THE LADIES COME j
to St. Paul this month? New Fall
Styles are on display, shows are at |
their best—theatrical season at is
height. RADIO SHOW Sept. 17 to I
22. Stop at HOTEL JEWELL, 17 E.
C ° Urt H ° USe Ä
Mr. and Mrs. U. G. Barnhouse »f
Comertown were pleasantly surprised
k BARBER SHOP
Where treatments are
Modem, Scientific and
vice you may require is
done in the best, most ef
ficient and effective
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The Fashion Shop
Fall and Winter Opening
Orpheum Theatre, Thursday Evening,
October 4th, at 8:00 P. M.
You are all urged to attend.
The Fashion Shop, Mrs. Helgeson, Prop.
MOVIES—Clara Bow in
dren of Divorce,
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Liz Vau gh n and wife of Outlook
were Plentywood visitors Friday on i
^bopping tour. I
lla Y e ,y° u g°t your tickets on the
dutiful furniture to be given away
Degree of Honor dance Oct 20 9 i
Martin Olson of Archer motored to !
the county capital Friday to get
new axle for his
t ^r s - p, onr , ad Pe 1 te , rs ™ is assisting
day? Plents ' wood Dr «g (or several
Rcy Mann, living in the Wellivpr
district, autoed to ? the
Monday after motor repairs.
Eij. Hannah of Raymond drove In
with his truck last Saturday and took
out a load of merchandise.
Get S' 01 " Chevrolet
from Bredevine & Larson atSvestb^
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Kleis, who live
east of Antelope, were shoppers in
the county metropolis last Saturday
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Wm. Ommar, proprietor »f the
?, utl S ok hote1 .' was in the
Monda >' re P ai ^ his car.
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Wm, Quam of the McNulty pre
Conrad Peterson attended the
tion sale held at the C. A. Bornsted
farm west of Reserve last Wednes
John Lee, of Froid, who is mov
X r " b Äet?n ttta Ä Sat?
da iasi öalJr
Melvin Evenson of north of Ray
mond, made a flying trip to Plen
tvwood Friday to get repairs for his
Buck Shaw motored in from his
farm Friday on business in connec
tion with farming operations next
The heating plant at the Farmer
Labor Temple was put in operation
last Monday for the first time since
Vesta Hanson, district demonstra
tor for Sheridan, Daniels and Roose
velt counties, returned Wednesday to
look after her work in this county
for several days.
Johnson's Store gives you the
pleasure of buying where you are
sure that only the newest styles and
best qualities and the lowest
Kenneth Kelly has resigned his
position at the Westland Oil Compa
ny station an J will leave for Chicago
this week to resume his studies at a
college in that city.
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The members of the Plentywood
Lutheran Ladies Aid will meet
Thursday, Otocber 4th, at the church.
The following will serve: Mesdames
|Klovstad, Aspelund, Stenmark and |
Becklund - _
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west | plentywood in the Welliver
.. ^ t motor y d to this ilv last Sa , ,
^ rda J., td , JSÎ. '
Schuyler Hoppms of southwest 9t
Plentywood transacted business in
this city last Monday. While in the •
city Mr. Hoppins made a pleasant !
call at the Producers News office
and had his paper set ahead another
Princesses Marie Hareland and
Gladys Kelly left Monday afternoon
to take in the big doings at the |
Fair this week. Sheridan county was
the only county in the state to be
represented by two Princesses at the
Frank Guenther, head mechanic at
the Kavon Garage, and, Mrs. Guenth-1
returned the latte part of last
week from a three weeks tour thru
the Yellowstone and Glacier parks
and western coast. They report a
most enjoyable trip.
Mrs. L. J. Helgeson of Poplar,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Mor
gan, and sister of Mrs. Hans Harder
sen and Mrs. Hans Madsen, all of
the Archer country, arrived Saturday
of last week to spend a fortnight
Mr. Helgeson is now
employed as station agent on
Great Northern at Poplar.
The Fanners Trucking Association
j which was formed in Plentywood a
short time ago, now has trucks op
erating in Williams and Divide coun
ties, North Dakota, and in Roosevelt
and Daniels counties besides many
machines operating in Shendan. me
! Association has grown by leaps and
bounds and has been » bo ? n to tbos
needing trucking of all kinds.
Jim Tiower of Outlook was in
Plenty wood Friday on legal business.
*ri\ R °vf n Kahle of 0utlw >k mot
une auu T-.
ÖAL.ÜJ— hour show cases, 36 feet
sneivmg. Millers pharmacy. 21tf
llav Lanir w* *,»• ^
on a buSSsB toin * Ilnot . n Mo t nda y
(back a new "car on' hîc * Wl11 brmg
0 _ retuin trip, i
Georee DavicT^ 0 *^ rw > '
munity was a UuUook com '
the countv canitïi w i V sltor m
lul ,=7 tjeland of Outlook motor
boked l r "hi 1 f> at . *,' ti<ia) ' and
10100116,1 over h,s P°'itical fences,
u Ed , Ee î guson and niece Carol
°f ^ estby were in Plentywood
u. f tbe Archer precinct
? 1 t d ta Plentywood Tuesday
f , . hls batter y recharged
t6nd legal business,
°- din Latne s of McElroy transacted
', >UMnes ® " the county capital Mon
day **** attended
lecture m the evenin S
* 1 strab ^ ck made a rush call
p lmtywood Friday to get trucks
• J n , his grain from his farm
ln the Doole y c<>untr y
bred Summers, rancher living west
of Medicine Lake, motored to the
county seat Monday to get trucks to
move his large crop.
Mr Richardson, the Antelope mer
Ctor Tuesday £ uslness
Mrs. Don Trower and her brother,
Roy Homme, of Outlook, autoed to
Plentywood Monday to do some shop-
ping and visit with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morey and
children of the Welliver district vis
ited at the Chauncey Jackson home
m Plentywood last Monday,
Peter Lutnes, accompanied by Gus
tave Espeland of the McElroy pre
cinct were in Plentywood Sunday
attending to business matters
Dan McCall of Comertow
among those from that community
attending the Gitlow lecture at the
Farmer-Labor Temple Monday
John Pershing, a farmer living 6
miles southwest of Plentywood, was
in the county seat Friday looking af
ter business in connection with his
George Cowley has returned
Plentywood a fter spending the past
slimmer on the C. A. Bornsted farm,
wnere he has been operating a trac
M. E. Hill, proprietor of the Farm
ers Garage, and Charles Squires re
turned Sunday from Grand Forks,
N. D., Sunday, where they had been
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Granrud of
Doole y stopped off in Plentywood for
few Lours on their return home af
ter a tri P of inspection of their farm
near Medicine Lake,
Marx Krogman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. H. Krogman of this city, was
injured Tuesday evening while prac
Ÿ" 1 * footba11 - An examination of
the injury by a doctor disclosed a
fractured hin, and it is doubtful if
Marx wil1 be able to play football
during the present season.
Elmer Stambaugh was in Plenty
wood from his farm south of this
c ft y Monday having a doctor care for
an infection which had set in and
caused blood poisoning in his foot.
Butch" Anderson, a farmer liv
ing east of Reserve, came to Plenty
wood the first of the week to pur
chase a truck for hauling his flax to
market from his farm 27 miles north
Progressive Farmer movement, was
a visitor in Plentywood Friday. Mr,
J. A. Blodgett, organizer of the
News that organization work is go
in? steadily ahead,
Mr. and Mrs. John Stoner of the
Outlook community, were in the
county metropolis the first of the
week having their car put in shape
for a return trip to California, where £
they spent last winter.
County Agent E. G. Ferguson left
for the Montana State Fair at-Hel- w
ena last Saturday, where he will j=g
have charge of a booth representing uS
Sheridan county's agricultural pro
due's. The exhibit from this county
at the State Fair will be out of the
ordinary and was an idea worked
out by County Agent Ferguson. It
w'll be on display at the local fair
For those people wiio enjoy books
of biography the library has a recent
Look on the life of Napoleon by that
famous Emil Ludwig
This conception of Napoleon, by a
German author, is a brilliant and
ùiamatic study. It is a discussion of
his character and genius, rather than
of his military exploits. Few biogra
phers have given so complete a por
trait of the man Napoleon.
As winter approaches, more people
,-»ie patronizing Lit-» Sheridan County
Library. One hundred and sisty-fr e
books Vere drawn from the library
on Saturday, October 22, 1928. Manv
Dcople from the near-by towns were
in to get books.
Our Prices Are Right!
Mane Hareland TW. the
Public ror Fine Support
1 wish to thank the Montana State
Fair Board and the Producers News. 1
together with the many friends who*
aided me in the Prince ss of Sheridan
County contest without whose help I
would have been unable to receive
this high honor. In return I will rep
resent Sheridan County to the best of
my ability and will think of you all
while enjoying the entertainment at
Glow Krebsbach Writes
Letter of Appreciation
Not being able to personally Co
so, 1 am taking this means » f
thanking all my friends and acquaint
ances who so generously supported
me in my campaign for Princess if
Sheri lar, County, Montana, and as
Mch and all of them that I
deeply appreciate their interest
Carol Hoeck Appreciates
Aid of Many Friends
I wish to thank the many friends
who assisted me in the Princess of
Sheridan contest. While I did not
win the contest I was liberally re
warded by the Producers News for
my efforts and those of my friends.
Plentywood School Notes
Helen Walkowski has enrolled in
high school again.
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Fred and Andrew Michels have en
rolled as Freshmen.
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A new Hotpoint Electric stove and
hot plate have been installed in the
Home Economics room.
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It is interesting to note what hap
pens to a high school student body
from year to year. During the school
year 1927-28 there were enrolled in
high school 151 pupils. Of these 151
there are 95 in our own high school
again this year with 57 not enrolled.
One would wonder where the 56 have
disappeared to. Upon checking the
matter over as carefully as possible,
it is found that;
2 finished with 15 credits
1 deceased ,
14 not in school anywhere
8 in other high schools
7 data not available.
j High school students will call upon
you one of these days to sell you
season ticket for football. Don't send
Having purchased a
SHELTON PERMANENT WAVING MACHINE
Mr. Turner, factory representative for the Shelton company
will be with me this week to do permanent waving. This
method is entirely different from any you have ever seen.
It completely revolutionizes the method of permanent wav
ing. Nothing harsh, risky, or detrimental to your hair. It
protects and perfects the natural beauty and health of the
hair. Guaranteed against discoloring or fading of finest
hair—a truly remarkable process without fault, highly
pleasing in every respect. It's nearest to Nature's own me
thod—closest to Nature's own wave.
Make your appointments early or Phone No. 9.
NO KINKS — NO FRIZZ — NO DRY HAIR
Venus Beauty Parlor
L. J. MOE, Proprietor.
kets ^ Mt transferable but wffl let
the purchaser in for four football
games to be held at home on Satur
days beginning Sept. 29th. The home
schedule is printed on the ticket.
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Efforts are being made for the
re-oiganization of the Boy Scouts.
The services of a competent scout
master have been secured and as
soon as all necessary advance ar
rangements have been made, regular
meetings can be held.
them away discouraged but lend an
attentive ear and a glad hand. Sea
son tickets for adults are $1.50 each,
for high school students 75 cents and
grade students 50 cents. These tic
The Junior class held its first class
meeting of the year and the follow
ing officers were elected:
Vice President Beatrice Earner.
Secy. & Treas.—Lee Chapman.
Great Falls: Construction of Hound
Creek road to Meagher county nearly
LIVE \ LEARN
Said Imogene Ursula Mott;
Vou may think I'm a nut, but
"When I go out to Uine
With a nun frkm ) of
I carry some coin that l*»'e
T HUS the lady is prepar'd
lor any emergency. Sue
"'ted not depend upon her es
Tue money you put into a
savings account you will soon
refer to as your glad money.
Cash Stashed Away?
Have You Got a
Farmers and Merchants
A. M. Egge, Pastor
Sunday school with Bible class at
10 a. m.
No services Sunday,
will be at Luther League convention
of our circuit which will be held at
Glasgow, Montana, Rev, Stubkjaer's
Holy Communion at Outlook at 10:30
Sunday, October 7th
Services with confirmation
Coming Soon ||
One Cent Sale
This s the Original One Cent Sale national 1 y
advertised in the Saturday Evening Post and
nationally known as the ONE CENT SALE,
conducted by some ten thousand REXALL
Stores in the United States, Canada and Eng
land twice a year, usually in June and October.
Beware of imitators of our ONE CENT SALE
as we have a large number that try to benefit
by our advertising and conduct a so-called
ÖNE CENT SALE but are in no way connect
ed with The Rexall Stores.
WATCH for large posters and Window Dis
plays within the next few days.
Save with Safety at
Your Rexall Store
C. M. UNDHJEM, PROP.
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Services also at Dooley at 2:30 and
at Raymond at 4:00 p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Taylor
returned the first of the week from
northern Minnesota, where Mr. Tay
lor has been looking after business
interests for the past few weeks.
R. Palutzke, of 16 miles southwest
of Plentywood was in the county
seat Friday, engaging men bo work
on his threshing rig.
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