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V«NCFF\
ITCHING PALM BLUES
Cried Andrew Octavius Fitch:
"My palm is beginning to itch;
"I yearn for a yacht—
"A house and a lot—
'O Gee, how I wish I were rich!"
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T HE man with an itching
palm gets very little pleasure
out of the possession of money.
An itching palm is a morbid
symptom. The desire to save
money as insurance against the
future and for definite
however, is a perfectly normal
and laudable one.
A Dollar In the Bank
Is Worth Two in Your Pocket.
uses,
Farmers and Merchants
State Bank
Northwest Service Store
PHONE 37
WE DELIVER
Saturday Specials Apr. 6
3 MINUTE
OATS
PER PKG.
KELLOGG
CORN FLAKES
LARGE PKG, 2 FOR.
GENUINE
JELLO
3 PKGS. FOR ....
20c
MATCHES
16c
PER
CARTON .
BEET
SUGAR
25 LB. BAG
$1.70
BEET
SUGAR
10 LB. BAG
electric spark
SOAP
26 BARS.
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HONEY,
5 LB. PAILS
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FOR
HONEY,
10 LB. PAIL
1.30
FOR
FOULDS MACARONI
OR SPAGHETTI
4 PKGS. FOR.
With each purchase of $10.00
specials, we will sell 100
Lbs. SUGAR
or over, not including
6.75
At
We Deliver All Orders large and small.
THESE PRICES ARE FOR CASH ONLY
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Local Brevities
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H. D. Loucks of Redstone transact
j ed business here Monday.
j Mr. and Mrs Jack Courtney
Plentywood callers Sunday.
Chas. Madsen of Archer
itor in Plentywood Saturday.
Axel Johnson of Dagmar ^
the city Saturday on business.
! Martin Jorgensen of Reserve
Plentywood caller Monday.
Niels Westergaard of Dagmar
a Plentywood caller Monday.
John Brekke of Antelope transacted
business in the city Monday.
' Henry Stjve of Archer was a busi
ness caller in Plent yw«od Tuesday.
Lahlgaard of Westby trans
acted business here Wednesdav
' vveunesaay.
were
was a vis
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was in
was a
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was
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Miss Swanson of Comertown
Plentywood shopper Saturday.
H. N. Stenseth of Dooley '
business visitor here Monday.
Lillian Buether of Comertown
a Plentywood shopper Saturday.
|L Wm. Iverson of Dooley attended to
bu ™% m f ers here J hursday
mother and children* at Antelot»! her
Higgins of Medicine Lake
Plentywood shopper Saturday.
Minnie P. Elliott of Redstone trans
acted business in the city Saturday.
Peder Bruvold of Comertown trans
acted business in Plentywood Monday.
Ben Holland of Antelope was a
; business caller in Plentywood Tuesday.
We handle the Chevrolet cars and
trucks. Bredevine and Larson, West
by. adv.
was a
was a
was
was
a
21-tf
- Frank Koester, Outlook banker,
I transacted business at the court house
Tuesday.
Gilbert Olsen of Dagmar was a call
er in Plentywood the first of the
week.
L. Sorby of Dooley transacted busi
ness at the county treasurer's office
Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Burke of Red
stone were Easter visitors in Plenty
wood.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Aspelund of Mi
not are Visiting with relatives in the
city.
Mr. Tom-o of Daleview transacted
business at the assessor's iffice Mon
day.
Carl Cosper of Reserve was shop
ping and transacting business in the
I city Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lund nf Reserve
i were Plentywood business callers and
j shoppers Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hunter of Antelope
drove up Sunday to attend the
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tata at the Orpheum.
Mr. and Mrs. Lecy fo Redstone
were among those who attended the
Easter cantata here.
Mr, and Mrs. Lars Brastad of Red
stone drove d-own for the cantata at
j the Orpheum Sunday.
Mrs. Ed Christensen and Mrs. Hans
P. Madsen of Reserve were Plenty
wood shoppers Friday.
Atlelme Ordahl spent the Easter
vacation with friends at Williston.
Mrs. Ole Hoven of Antelope ,
Plentywood shopper Wednesday.
Alfred Hendrikson is the proud own
er of a new car, a Chevrolet.
Miss Laura Viste purchased a Chev
rolet coupe from Peterson Company.!
Fred Lee of Archer
here Tuesday.
The county commissioners
session this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Moe
tywood callers Tuesday.
Albert Engelke of Homestead
looking after business
court house Monday.
was a
was a visitor
were in
were Plen
was
matters at the
of Antelope was a
business visitor at the treasurer's of
fice Saturday of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. P. Goltzinger
Uooley were business ' "
shoppers here Monday,
Mr. and Mrs, L. Bromberg
down from Scobey Sunday for
with friend sand relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Truax drove up from
Minot Friday to spend Easter with
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Hein.
Get your Chevrolet car or truck
irom Bredevine & Larson at Westky
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Mr. Hendrikson
of
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caller on Tuesday. He says he is go
mg to start seeding Wednesday.
Hjalmar Rost, a brother of Mrs.
Henry Styve, is back from Seattle
where he has spent the winter
A M Eaton of Dooio ,,
er' at the Ä' " ley J a ? a ??"
aï«r t eeourt le ht 1 s" d M„ r „ C d"y derS
» , VT nday -
*t™o ™ d F? 11 * 5 ' Golterman of Red
stone were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
m K î 1 LaSter Sunday -
Mrs. Charlesworth of Medicine Lake
has been spending the past week with
ner son, Harry DeSilva.
Nellie Gulbranson, teacher of the
Comertown school was a Plentywood
shopper Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Rankin of Medicine
Lake were Plentywood sbonners last
Saturday. i
C W Bucklin nf RpH«f p . q ff a , I
to business matters fn îr
ur( ] av m tbe clty Sat "
visitors and
were
a visit
Henry Raaen, principal of the Co
mertown schools visited in Plentywood
Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Bull and daugh
ter Harriet, spent Sunday at Red
stone with friends.
Mr. Alexander, superintendent of
the Outlook schools was a Plentywood
caller Saturday and Sunday.
C. Undhjem of Spokane is
visiting with his son Clarence of this
city.
Ole Mathiason of Raymond was a
Plentywood visitor the first of the
week.
August Bummer of Crosby was a
Plentywood business caller Wednesday
and Thursday of this week.
Mrs. E. I. Miller returned Friday
from Rochester, Minn., where she
derwent an operation.
Orval Fraley and Ted Curtin
business callers at Williston Saturday
and Sunday, returning Monday.
Sig Nelson of Westby was here
Thursday transacting business and
■ renewing old acquaintances.
Mrs. Bert Dooley and Mrs. Bakke
came down from Redstone to attend
the Easter Monday dance.
Jens P. Olsen, Fred Christensen and
Lars Linn of Dagmar were callers in
Plentywood the first of the week.
un
were
Mr. and Mrs, Hans Hardersen of
Archer came in for the Progressive
Farmers meeting Tuesday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newgaard of
Medicine Lake spent Easter Sunday
' with the Harry Larson family here.
Jack Wagner of Daleview was in
j town Monday on business and inci
dentally renewed old acquaintances.
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Moe of Archer
attended the Progressive Farmers
meeting at the Temple Tuesday nite.
Mr. and Mrs. Aslakson of Redstone
drove down to attend the Easter Can
tata at the Orpheum Sunday morning.
On Tuesday afternoon the Misses
Walkoski. Shinners, Ketterman, Pick
ett and same other girls visited the
Hendrikson school.

Miss Cora Frisvold left Tuesday for
a three week's vacation with friends
and relatives at Eau Claire and Mil
waukee, Wis.
!
Adolph Hovdey of the Raymond
territory went to Williston Saturday ;
to Visit his brother, Carl, who has
been in the hospital there for several |
days.
Mabel Norderen and Vesta Hansen
i made a business trio to Dooley last
Friday. On their return they visited
with friends of Miss Nordgren in
Dooley.
Mr. and Mrs. Niels Madsen and Mr.
j and Mrs. Viggo Petersen drove to
Dagmar Saturday night where they
attended a wMst narty given by the
Progressive Farmers.
D, J. Olson left Wednesday morn
ing by car for northern Minnesota
where he plans to establish his future
home. Mrs. Olson and Arnold will join
him as soon as school is out.
Johnson's Stoie News
ATTENTION,
LADIES!
Miss Cora Frisvold is in
the Cities and will select a
full line of Dresses for
Graduation, Formal, In- <
formal and Sport Wear.
These will be here Satur
day, April 9tb.
early while assortment i
complete. Prices right.
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Come
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Leo Young, manager of the Occi- j
dent elevator at Raymond, returned i
this week from Denver, Colo., where
he spent the winter. .
Mrs. Hardersen of Outlook enter
tained ten guests to an Easter Sun
day dinner at the Elgin Cafe of this
<*y. ,
Mrs. Ed. Koser returned Tuesday
from Williston, where she had been 1
visiting her mother, Mrs. Wigmore,
who is a patient at the Mercy hospital.
Chester Onstad drove up from
Broadus, this state, to spend a few
days with his parents, Mr. and MrlI
L. J. Onstad.
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HARMONY CLUB— I
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W TE6 Harmony Bnd &e Club met
Wednesday evening at the home of
Mrs. Ed. Peterson, three tables being
in play. Mrs. Ralph Hair won first
prize while Myrtle Donldson captured
THE SOCIAL WHIRL
the consolation trophy. An excellent
lunch was served by the hostess at
the end of the play.
CONRAD PETERSONS
ENTERTAIN—
Last Friday evening at six o'clock
Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Peterson
hosts to a beautifully appointed din
ner. The guests present were Mr
and Mrs. D. J. Olson and son Arnold,
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Erickson and Bil-1
ly and Ole Hippe. The evening was
spent socially.
BRIDGE DINNER—
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^ rs - J- C. Storkan was hostess to
a four-course Bridge dinner given at
Î! ^ edne ^ da y evening at 6:30
°. cl J ock - .The color scheme was car-;
ned ® ut " ye ll ow ,"? d ^ hite ' Covers
^ ere ^ ald ^ or fhe following: Catherine
Marron . Sarah Hansen, Elizabeth,
? aker ' H f e ' Ma Ä n ', Elle " °' SOn '
Frances Varney, Myrtle Larson, Mrs.
Frank Fishbeck, Catherine Lynch Ade
line Ordahl, Mary O'Hara, Ethel
gangen and Beatrice Waite. After
H 16 elaborate dinner was served,
B R d ? e was played, Elizabeth Baker
winning first prize and consolation
®° lng Ellen 01son -
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BARNERS ENTERTAIN—
^ ^ and Mrs ' Henry Barner were
hosts at a 5:00 ö ' c l° ck dinner given
a f their home last Sunday evening,
Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs.
Jim McLean ' Mrs - Joha McLean. Mrs.
Epier and family. After the sump
tuous dinner had been served the eve
ning was spent socially.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. McNulty were
hosts to a 2:00 o'clock dinner Easter
Sunday. Covers were laid for eigh-l
teen. Musical selections and cards
were the entertainment after dinner.
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DINNER PARTY—
Mr Mrs tr arm7 T
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ner . th j hômp P Fw ed « dm *
day. Guests were Mr andere* pîSï
Newgaard of Mediae lïke Mr
Mrs. J. G Deblng and M% MoUie
Johnson. The time* after dinner was
spent socially.
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PALUBICKIS ENTERTAIN—
1 ^+ q unf i av of+o ,,
Mrs. M. J. Palubicki wero Wf e
dinner given at thoir t t§ a
c"rtofPkntywood cÄ
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r. , . "Ç nai , Manley Paul
Palubkk[ a FnSV ° ld ' Mary and Elinore
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npi-LSw monthIy meeting of the
(degree of Honor was held Tuesday
evening at the Catholic church parlors
The folowing Juveniles were Sated
into the adult class: Marion Donald
son and Lester Guenther After
business meeting
D. OF H. MET—
was rendered by Katherine Marron"
a reading by Mrs. A. C. Erickson ami
a musical reading by Mrs. Frank
Guenther Lunch was served'by Mrs.
O. M. and Myrtle Donaldson.
Mks -i
from San .Fredenksen arrived
evening Franclsco last Wednesday
Peto TVfi^a,^ , .
'to' WiscoîSS ÎJ f L°î abu . siness t« p
ftvo to catch traln number
regular meeting of the
m «cial Club will be held this
ing.
Gordon McBride and Ravrmmrl
Murk are afflicted with a distressing
attack of mumps,
M r s. Robb of Plentywood and Mrs
Rice spent a few davs at the R \
Gunderson home last week
N ' J ' Nkks his^takef' over the
garage the first of the month ami
will take care of the car and tractor
repairing from r
The local Dramatic Club held a
business meeting last Friday nieht
We hope they will come in with a
home talent play in the near future
Friday evening, the Commercial
C ub ï eld a s P ecial meeting to devise
ways to improve the fire fighting ap
pa , ratus -
Mr - and Mrs. Sorbel of McCabe
were the guests of Mrs. Sorbel's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Peters-on last
Sunday.
. Miss Gladys Allert of Chicago ar
rived last Friday to spend a three
weeks' vacation with her mother, Mrs.
Pete Groskurth.
Carl and Martha Jacobsen have
moved into the Jorgensen home, late
ly vacated by the Jorgensen's who
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f ^ Peter Groskurth
\ few f » ends . Sunday -
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m town was on the iob The firp had
started in the Martin Jorgensen ho^e
and with the high wind blowing at
the time and the start the fire had
~ hen "fevered, it looked like the
flre would get beyond control. How
ever » b y very hard fighting the fire
was extinguished. The loss to Mr
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