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ant Ads ( £ Ads in this column are charged for at the rate of two cents for each word. Minimum charge for any ad 25 cents. Remittance should accompany copy for the advertisement. SWEET CLOVER— Pure Montana vel'ow blossom, six cents per pound f.o.b. Bainville, Montana. R. O-i jAmke, _ iîifïîl FOR SALE—About 425 bushels Feed Bariev, at 40 cents per bushel. Pet Floren, 8 miles east and 3 miles north of Antelope. 51-tS FOR SALE—Three hundred bushels of select Banner Oats, grown on clean ground from pure seed, lo cated about six miles northeast of er Raymond. T. W. Greer, (52 2tc) .p" v K h i FOR SALE—Four hundred bushels seed oats Pull Ime of second hand horse machinery. Viva Plen ,>wood - * p FOR SALE-R. C. Rhode^land Red Mr- Hin H-i" Mr Hans " a L ' FOR SALE—Six Rowed Barley, dean ed ready for the seeder. 75 cents per bushel. Hans Hardersen, Arch (56-tf) er. FOR BETTER YIELD—Higher pro CERES spring Original seed from N. D. tein. sow the new wheat. experiment station. Montana grown this year, fourteen per cent protein. Cleaned and sacked, two dollars per bushel f I . •». » .p.ar. ELEVATOR CO., Poplar. FARM ERS 50-5t Hatching eggs. $1.00 per 15 eggs, dersen. Archer, Mont. 3*4 Cants feeds a chick 30 days with V. C. High Protein Chick starter or Turkey Starter. Canadian and American government poultry perts have discovered higher pro tein mashes increase livability 10 per cent and growth 15 to 80 per cent over low protein mash com monlv sold. Reduce chick mortality. 25 lbs. $1.25; 100 lbs. $4.50.^ Valk er-Christensen Co., Minot, N. D. (50-10t) ex CHICKS—Super quality chick? from most northern, vigorous, acclimated, accredited and inspected Culled, mated, healthy, stur dy. "Your chicks all what you said. Sure fine, writes Mrs. Jack son, Bole, Mont. Reduced prices. See very special offer. Valker Christensen, Minot, N. D. (43-16) state flocks. DAKOTA CHICKS High Qualitv. Northern Acdimated j We ship C. O. D. White and Brown Leghorns, Anconas. _$ 10.00 Barred Rocks. S. C. Reds, Buff Orp. per 100 per 100 $13.00 White Wvandottes, White Rocks, R. C. Reds, per 100._ $2.00 per 100 deposit books your or der. We are located on G. N. rail way, assures you quick service. DAKOTA HATCHERIES Rugby, N. D. _. SI 4.00 I 47-iet-p WANTED—Hear from owner good ranch for sale. Cash price, particu lars. Minn, D. F. Bush, Minneapolis, l-3t FOR SALE—As I have quit farming, I have for sale one Moline binder, one wagon, one Rock Island gang plow, 12 in., one bob sleigh, hay rack with bottom, and oat bundles, some oat hay .about 200 bushels of oats, 2 horses, a 2-vear-old colt, 1 set of harness. GUST OLSON, 4 miles southeast of Dooley. 49-tf FOR SALE—1 20-double disc drill, 1 Disc harrow and 1 drag. Martin Reinert son, Plentywood. (51-tf) FOR SAIxE—Ford Coupe, 1927. quire Producers News. In 50-tf FOR SALE—One 1926 Model Ford Touring car in good running order, full set weather tight curtains. In quire MRS. P. REITEN, Route No. 1, Plentywood. 1-lt FOR SALE—Ford truck with Dodge motor, enclosed cab. first class con dition. Charles Hilyard wood FOR LEASE OR RENT on the fol lowing terms, land known as the Geo. Ator place NU NW*4 Sec. 35, NUNE*4 and E l iNW»4 Sec. 34, à EHSWU Sec. 27, Twp.36, N. Rge. 54. Person clearing rocks from any amount of land and breaking it can have crop for this year, if the a mount broke is 50 acres or more. J.C.Wigir.ore, Medicine Lake. (51-tf acres, one mile south of Dooley. C. P. Grytness, Ambrose, N. Dak. 5l-3t FOR SALE—Spring pigs, bom Feb. Plentvwood, (52-2p) Plentv- la 52-t2 ft $20C0.00 CASH will buy 320 22. Chas. Strubeck, Mont. FOR SALE—Chester White pigs. ED, FINK, Outlook. spring 52-12 FOR SALE—Mammoth bronze tur keys at my home. 9 miles east of Medicine Lake. Young tom weigh ing 31 pounds for $15.00; young toms weighing 25 pounds $10.00 each; 1 yearling tom 32 pounds for $15.00. MRS. CHARLES A. NOR _ TON, Medicine Lake, Mont. 52-t2-p FOR SALE—1 Van Brunt 20 Double Disc Drill; 1 8-foot John Deere Tan dem Disc: 1 8-foot Deering Binder; 1 Triple Emerson Gang; 1 Moline gang. Melvin Granrud, Ravmond. 52-t2 m M ANTED— Ambitious. * industrious person to introduce and supply the ^ demand for Rawleigh Household | products in Sheridan county and Scobey and other nearbv towns or I* rural districts. $150 to $400 a ^ month or more clear profit. Raw- j lei~h Methods eet business where, ouired. every No selling experience re We sunp'v Products, Out fit, Sales and Service Methods—ev erything you need. Profits i s increase every month. Lowest prices; K?st values; most complete service. W T Rawleigh Co., Dept. MT-3022 Minneapolis, Minn. l-tl SAVE YOUR HORSEHAIR— Bring the mane and tail hair to Lewis Pierce, Plentywood. It is worth money to you. Best prices paid.(l-3p FOR RENT— Building suitable for confectionery and ice cream parlor. Good opportunity for right person, Inquire Louis Horstman, Reserve, Montana. FOR SALE—320 acres about 5 miles southeast of Antelope, Montana. All tillable prairie, no buildings. This place is now being offered at a real bargain price, so see us without de F. D. Morck Agency, Plenty lay. wood, Montana. FOR SALE—Four milk cows, two fresh, two coming fresh; two sets Q f heavy harness; one 2 h. p. Gaso ii ne Engine; six young work horses, weight about 1600 lbs. each. Inquire D. W. Kelly, Plent^ood. 1-tI-P SEED POTATOES — Triumphs and Cobblers, selected 75c bushel, certi-; f ied 85c bushel, sacks 10c extra, Geo. W. Points, Redstone, Mont l-4t Hieb Quality chicks and hatching e __j. pure bred White Rocks, Fishel pi oc k mated to large, vigor . pedigreed males. Chicks $16.00 _' hundred. Eggs $6.00 per 100. » Cha< Debring, McCabe, Mont, " vna " j -—- zt - . BARBER _ 2 6 years old wants job in Montana paving at least *20 per „ epk Address j. M. Mickey, Ureon. S. Dak. (1-Up) , x j -, X--,* -Range, heater, gas and od stove, three dressers, two tables, two coU ^ Fmneman, eyesTght specialist. mav ^ consulted about scientific op tical service and correct glasses at the Plentywood Hotel, Wednesday, April hOI SEEHOLD GOODS FOR SALE two bedsteads and spring 5 - be sold bv Wednesday next. Inquire Geo. C. Bantz, Plentywoo d. 1-tl-p _ ON ■ - 24th. | | : I | •> >■ I A? - | = a ■■( • ■ ■ | ||p f OT 106 i | VI7j^p. | I i Housewife î i For Tbe 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 MAKING THE FARM PAY By Old Man Economy I'VE FOUND THIS TRACTOR' TO BE EVERYTHINGVOU CLAIMED FOR IT.JlM. I'M SATISFIEDTMAT YOU TIPPED ME OFF TO THE BEST BUY ON , the MARKET. ' ■ ■». _ - _ — — _I_ YOU COULDN'T HELP BUT LIKE THE ' John Deere, Hanh. It has more ROVER THAN TRACTORS HUNDREDS j > OF POUNDS HEAVIER, AND ITS HUNDREDS OF PARTS SIMPLER. , I'VE HAD MINETVO YEARS AND < \ LIKE IT BETTER EVERY TIME J I USE IT. -_ . / u HH i_l ?£ •5J lx? 1 1 m in * y 11 111 1 î, w,'• • >>>u• •• • ■ - Tf: if'l! m liii Sä * Tv • i «4./* *\ * .. . . !m * i • V* sv * V 111 I,, m iff* * Apoverfultipc? f( tki i I. hi iS >\,v m V e * f c vh* r ' * IZI m * Come In and Let Us Demonstrate Our Tractors and Other Machinery o '0 00 tv"*'"*« BTGOOO T r* [At th; c Store You Get QtlAl SERVICE ITY AND A GOOD BUY LAST YEAR—STILL ABETTER BUY IT IS BIGGER AND BETTER. THIS YEAR BECAUSE Plentywood Implement Co. V 4 îâ'iMiuâlh .s* IG ^ t u tvt-twwi&m,.v_ I ji£lu£iuclU£l r rn / FROM AROUND THE I f ' m i 83 H:auvJuh it •»Dtviiu^i, ri rr îB' - JU i Mr and Mrs. Rudolph Nelson shop DOOLEY -j j n pooley Tuesday, Mr and Mrs. Foyle Goss motored pi env twood Tuesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs . à :.ry Hunter shopped Plentvwood Wednesd ay. Olof Reitan was in Plentywood on business Saturday. Ed. Misz of Williston, N. D., called local trade here Monday. in on , M w Markiuon Mr IMrs «Pgt, wood Wednesday afternoon. Leo Zeidler and son. Bob, of Plen t y wood were in Dooley on business Friday .TT" H, N. Stenseth and Waiter Scott motored to Scobey Monday to attend to business matters. Mr. and Mrs. H. Schumakei mot ored to Plentywood Sunday to attend church. i Dr. Cloud of Medicine Lake, county health doctor, made au officiai call in Dooley Wednesday. „enry Fransen purchased the Ne-, vi „ e house occup . ed by Hector Sclm maker at the presei.-. time. _ , Darrell Eaton resign his P-wihan lit the Citizens State Bank, where he ^ ^ l d for ttw pa st two years Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Burke were dinner guests at the Leiback home The'Hunter and Dooley families and George Ehrhardt were Easter cinner guest* at the Frank Loucks home Sunday. ^ sotäts °* Hans^feSo/Ä a business trip to Plentywood Monday. H. S. Stenseth and W. J. Eh.'vardt transacted business in the county seat j Ambre se Schumaker and Ray; Sunday Mitchell attended the Easter dance at aiiwA c* . I le.ntywood Monday evening. W. D. Dooley returned Tuesday j front Fargo, N. D., where he spent the past few days. I George Ehrhardt and Clifford Doo ley motored to Plentywood Monday evening. Several from here attended the sale at the Harold Ibsen farm Tues were day. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Sorbey Plentywood visitors Tuesday after- 1 neon. W. D. Dooity 'eft Wednesday for Fargo, N. D., to spend lac Easter, , holidays with Ills son Bradley, who: t is attending schj »1 at that place. Mr. and Mrs. Hector Schumaker motored to Pisaiywood Wednesday evening and were overnight guests at j , the Bob Brockloy home. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Chandler and family went to Colgan, N. D., Thurs day to visit At th* home of Mrs. i Chandler's patènes. T m y returned • Saturday. A deal was consummated Monda; *, whei'eby W. J. Ehrhardt took over llie j general store and H, N. Stems îth île (hardware rtois, formerly owned :* .m ly by the two men. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Loucks enter tained at three tables of bridge Mon day evening. The high prizes were awarded to Mrs. J. J. Schons and M. W. Markuson. At midnight the hos tess served a delicious lunch. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ehrhardt re tumed Friday night from an extend ed trip in the south where they spent the past six months. They spent most of their time at San Antonio, Texas, j but visited old Mexico and other j pomts in the south. ^ . " r ; and ^ rs> George Liebaoh en tenamed a nunv.er of fnenis at their I home \Nednescav night. Bridge forme Î the entertainment jfor the evening, seven to Dies being in play until a late hour The high j i ; j ■ here Tues new Outlook in Dale- i visitor M. W. Mur Mrs. Lti Darc- ' lunch scores were ma dv by Mrs kuson and J. B. Chandler, back assisted by her daug-det thy, served a most appetizing at midnight. DALEV1EW Paul Bantz was a caller . itoi bun >. v »J/t HuiSL here Thursday. . Da j e . L. \ . Huis-t «as a ' vl€ ^ v Monday. r?~utnne was Ben Harrington of - a visitor here .londay. dav. È. V. Hurst has purchased a tracior. Adolph Chaffee was caller Thursday. Lloyd Bantz was shopping view Thursday. Harlev Potter was a Daleview vis an ^ ^ ? village Monday. pwvwood Mrs. Fred To mo was a *■ ' - caller Monday. P, J. Scott drove through here with his tractor Thursday^ Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Ro " £ a • were shoppers here S*"f"J hroni . ht Frank Bucklm of Redstone brougni his two daughters over to Daleview /Ä and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Chaffee and children were visitors at the ~do p 0 Mrs'otaon Ö? Kolcy visited over fte week end with her daughter, Mrs. Frtd Torno. . Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Cole an 1 mt. a wtd M shop^s; ere Plent n visdtors^at "f'Elm« Cofe^home on Easter . , Ralph Chaffee was shopping and visiting with relatives in Outlook on Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lee and Fred Mon day. Miss Marian Fellon was a visitor here- Sunday. Mabel, Ida, James and Edna Mu ters visited with their mother and sister at Scobey Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Chaffee andj son Ralph were callers at the Harring ton home Tuesday. L. J. Cole and Christ Christensen j ano son John wer« Outlook callers Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Chaffee and son Rciph visiteti at the A. L. Desonia home Tuesday. Ralph Chaffee, who has been work ing at Outlook for the past week, returned to his home here Saturday, Elmer Cole and daughter, "Billie', accompanied by Miss Mary Huddle ston, drove to Jack Porter's home Sat urday, where Miss Huddleston and "Billie" stayed until Monday, QUITMEYER da F afternoon with Mrs. C. R. Brock, Geo. S. Bell and Joe Patterson s visited Thursday evening at Melvin Rongstad's. Mrs. C. R. Brock, Mrs. Vic Sonnen berg and Mrs. Melvin Rongstad vis ited Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Joe Patterson. Henry Henke's took Arlis to a Wil ligton doctor Wednesday of last week, gh e was found to be suffering from mastoiditis and was kept at the hos- I pital for treatment in an effort to avoid an operation. Mrs. Henke is there with Arlis. Mrs. Vera Vance is helping care for the family at home during Mrs. Henke's absence, sister at Hanks, N. D. Little Gertrude Rongstad has been £ sick but is better at this time. Henry Krohn began carrying mail on the south route Tuesday. Miss Irene Willumsen visited Thurs RAYMOND " orn to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brown, a naughter. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sy a son, April 1st. Harve Nicholas has moved to the farm. mes, Jack^ \ an bought the house which Jake Nelson recently purchased from Ed. Hannah. Regina Schikurski, Agnes and John ! Becker, Sarah and John Kohler * n Canada to attend the Easter dance Monday. Ai D. Butler from Canada is a vis-1 itor at the LaGrange home, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Becker and daugh ter Matilda and Mr. and Mrs. Jake |Ereth and daughter Frances and son Arthur were guests at the Schikurski home Saturday evening. George La Grange is working for A. A. Rio. Albert Hanson is digging rock for Joe McGowan. Ed Black is hauling gas and oil ^ or Texaco Oil company. The Occident Elevator has not op were ened yet. Carl Fink visited the John Fink home last week. * Jake Nelson is busy grinding feed these days. Leo Young has bought a new Ford truck. Bert Herron was a Plentywood vis it Saturday. 0 i 0 f stadstad was seen on the Ray m „ nd greets Saturday. The Olson family were Sunday din ner guests at Art Noll's. stadstad is busv haulimr grain Carl Stadstad is bus, haulmg gram Ronahi Torstenson spent the week Stewart, Ed Hannah * and family were guests at the Uiuis Pierce home Sunday Jfin t ^" w est "de o ? f the Ä Mrs. Harvey Nicholas was a guest , Hannah home Fridav Du rt »s; S Â^od spent tbe week end with friends here and the week emi wtn trends ner an »»JJ of pi e mywood came! out "Rh the music teacher Friuay s Ilt a few hours with fr d?. Joe McBurney and daughter were . . 0 ._. i •_ __ „ i in . town Saturday domg some shop plI l g i X r i • „ • . ,• 1 \ e . ls " n ,' s er Dan Nicholson farm, which h recently purchased, Tiny Melle was m town buying gas and oil for hi? tractor to start spring ? work. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Holland passed through here on their way to Plenty wood this week. A building has been moved from the rear of thé Raymond Mercantile Co, over beside the bank, where it will ^e used as a lumber yard office. The rock diggers around here had Friday afternoon and Saturday morn ing off on account of the snow' storm and frost. Ed. Schudie and Art Schnittgen were in town after supplies with the car they purchased from A. J. Mar kuson. iF?i rTTs77 1. Platform Canvas 2. Elevator Canvas 3. Feeder Carrier 4. Feeder Beater - 1 5. Feeder Beater -2 6. Cylinder 7. Concave 8. Carrier 9. Crain Pan 10. Shoe 11. Fan 12. Shoe Bottom McCormick-Deering No* 8 Harvester-Thresher 13. Grata Auger 14. Grain Elevator 15. Revolving Weed Screen 16. Grain Spouts 17- Weed Spout 18. Tailings Chute 19. Tailing? Auger 20. Tailing? Elevator 21. Tailing? Delivery Spout 22. Beater S? 23. Straw Racks Ç> 20. ■ i I -V 1 A 5 . ittf w f \ 4* , Sf f; î I i 12 1 2 N TfiH qr '71 \\i . ^ A 42 A /l-~ McCormick-Deering Harvester-Threshers u Reduce Harvesting and Threshing to ONE Operation G Fhey save time, labor and equipment—Eliminate twine and threshing bills—Reduce boarding expense and work for women—Fertilize future Crops. Made in two sizes of threshers and in 10 and 1 2, and 1 2 and 16 foot cut. Also windrowers in 12 and 16 foot cut and pick up machines in 6 and 7 foot. Investigate all these machines and if you plan on buying a Combine-Harvester an order placed now, subject to crop conditions, will assure you the prompt de livery of a machine just when you need it. Also, if you are planning on a Tractor, one of the new 22-36 McCormick-Deer ing tractors has ample power to pull thdarger combines. A real 4-plow tractor at the price of a 3-plow tractor. Let us show you our complete line of McCORMICK-DEERING MACHINERY Dooley Implement Company McCormick-Deering Agents and Plentywood Dooley S*3S©SäSü3©SiSi ^ Saturday, having improved greatly from her late illness. An Blaster program was , at the Evangelical Sunday school Easter Sunday. A large number were pres ent and the children gave a very nice program. N«w ford Coop* »550 (F.O.B. Detroit) WOMEN DRIVERS! Bring your Ford here for Our mechanics arc courteous and hcloful at all cime» and they have been specially trained to do a good job at a fair price. Promptness in delivery and a clean shop arc other feature* you will appreciate. service! Kienast Motor Co. Plentywood, Montana v. When Y ouPaint Use Sherwin Williams Paint f Cl , i a ■ î. J Sherw T in Williams paint may cost you a little more per gallon, but it costs you a lot less by the year The expense of painting is the same, but the term of service which Sherwin Williams paint delivers is often double or triple what a cheaper paint will give. Peterson Company I Plentywood Montana • _ • • • Mr. and Mrs. K. Collin? r>ome last Thursday and gave them a Mr. and Mrs. Collins received shower. many useful gifts and a most enjoyable time was had. The guests wished the newly-weds much happiness in life.