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at the rate of two cents for each
word. Minimum charge for any ad 25
cents. Remittance should accompany
copy for the advertisement.
FOUND—Combination pipe and mon
key wrench. Inquire of V.'E. Anker,
Plentywood. . * (2-ltp)
SWEET CLOVER— Pure Montana
yellow blossom, six cents per pound
f.o.b. Bainville, Montana. R. O.
FOR SALE: 200 bushels of seed f lax,
grown on new land, free from foul
price. L. C. RIDENOUR. 2-tf
FOR SALE—Six Rowed Barley, clean
ed ready for the seeder. 75 cents
bushel. Hans Hardersen, Arch
FOR BETTER YIELD—Higher PJ®
tein, sow the new CERES spring!
wheat. Original seed from N. D.
experiment station. Montana grown
this year, fourteen per cent protein.
Cleaned and sacked, two dollars per
bushel f. (.. b.
ELEVATOR CO., Poplar.
FOR SALE— R. C. Rhode Island Red
Hatching eggs. Harrison strain.
$1.00 per 15 eggs. Mrs. Hans Har
dersen, Archer, Mont.
3|4 Cents feeds a chick 30 days with
V. C. High Protein Chick starter or
Turkey Starter. Canadian and
American government poultry ex
perts have discovered higher pro
tein mashes increase livability 10
per cent and growth 15 to 80 per
cent over low protein mash com
monly sold. Reduce chick mortality.
25 lbs. $1.25; 100 lbs. $4.50. Valk
er-Christensen Co., Minot, N. D.
CHICKS—Super quality chicks from
most northern, vigorous, acclimated,
WANTED—Hear from owner good
ranch for sale. Cash price, particu
lars. D. F. Bush, Minneapolis,
Minn . l-3t
FOR SALE—Ford Coupe, 1927. In
quire Producers News. 50-tf
state accredited and inspected
flocks. 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)
BUY Minnesota Standard Accredited
Chicks. Another step in the im
provement of our breeding stock.
Prices and illustrated circular sent
free. Bobb Hatchery, Fergus Falls,
FOR SALE—Chevrolet Coach, run
6,000 miles. F. D. Morck.
FOR SALE—320 acres about 5 miles
southeast of Antelope, Montana. All
tillable prairie, no buildings. This
place is now 7 being offered at a real
bargain price, so see us without de
lay. F. D. Morck Agency, Plenty
wood, Montana. l-t2
FOR LEASE OR RENT on the fol
lowing terms, land known as the'
Geo. Ator place NliNWkL Sec. 3b,
NÎ4NEÎ4 and EÎ£NW% Sec. 34, &
EHSWÎ4 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.Wigmore, Medicine Lake. (61-tf
W ANTED— Ambitious,
person to introduce and supply the
demand for Rawleigh Household
products in Sheridan county and
Scobey and other nearby towns or
rural districts. $150 to $400 a
month or more clear profit. Raw
leigh Methods get business every
where. No selling experience re
quired. We supply Products, Out
fit, Sales and Service Methods—ev
erything you need. Profits increase
every month. Lowest prices; best
values; most complete service. W.
T. Rawleigh Co., Dept. MT-3022,
Minneapolis, Minn. - l-t4
FOR SALE ON CROP PAYMENT—
Good half section prairie, 3 miles
west of Reserve. F. D. Morck,
SEED POTATOES — Triumphs and
Cobblers, selected 75c bushel, certi- 1
fied 85c bushel, sacks 10c extra.
Geo. W. Points, Redstone, Mont.l-4t
FOR SALE—One John Deere disc
front leader, 10 foot. Also sheaf
oats at $8 per load. Hans Aagard,
Rt. 1, Plentywood.
FOR SALE—One Moline gang plow
with four sets of plow lays, slight
ly used, good as new. Price $35.00.
Ole Wold, Outlook, Mont.
FOR RENT—Building on Main street,
north of Ford Garage. F. D. Morck.
USED PIANO in this
sale. Terms if desired. Box 944,
Williston, N. D. 2-3t
FOR SALE—Pure Bred Police Pups,
sir weeks old, 3 black and 3 grey.
Mrs, Lars Brastad, Redstone, Mont.
ing 4 years old branded
on right shoulder...
White stripe on face; white hind
hocks; wire cut above hind fetlock.
SAVE YOUR HORSEHAIR— Bring
the mane and tail hair to Lewis
Pierce, Plentywood. It is worth
money to you. Best prices paid.(I-3p
Dr. Pinneman, eyesight specialist,
may be consulted about scientific op
tical service and correct glasses at the
Plentywood Hotel, Wednesday, April
FROM AROUND THE COUNTY
Axel Christensen has moved to his
farm in the Reservation.
Xhe Ladies' Aid held a very success
ful apron sale a nd lunch in the school
i basement last Saturday afternoon.
j M i. Weimer, former barber of Medi-,
cine Lake wa ' calling on old friends
in town last Friday.
1 Maurius Madsen also moved to his
new home on the Reservation the let*
1 ter part of last week
The Community Ladies Aid Society
w m m eet Thursday, April 18th, at
t h e home of Mrs. Lars Angvick in
: stead of the home o£ Mrs. Carpenter
had been previously announced.
5°' man 'at 'the
- Kar ^ e h rs Elevat0 r, has taken a short!
JKfîS* .TwSL *
Work on tne new house being built
by Albert Rorvig is progressing rap
idly. This is the first budding togo
! up this spimg but no doubt there wül.
i be many more started before spring
work is over. ,
The Carl Peterson family drove to
Bainville last Sunday to visit friends
an d report the snowfall much heavier
! i n that district than around here.
Viggo Petersen of Plentywood was.
calling on friends and transacting
business » town last Monday even-j
Monday evening the directors of the
Farmers Elevator held their regular
meeting. The present manner, K. A.
Gunderson, was retained for the com
ing year, and other business matters
were attended to.
Mrs. Chas. Vilen left Wednesday
morning for Kenmare to bring back
their litlte boy who for the past;
month, has been confined to the bos
intal with a fractured leg The little
fellow is reported to be gett.ng akmg
very well and is ready to return home.
The School Election last Saturday
made Carl Peterson the new trustee
Wm. Glaze, formerly located in Cul
bertson, but who operated a barber
shop in Medicine Lake during the
past winter, has opened a barber
shop in the Geo. Andersen building,
George Andersen having moved to the
H. P. Anderson house.
Miss Vesta Hansen was in town
last Thursday for the purpose of or
ganizmg a <i-H club. She met with
the girls of the community after
school, and explained the purposes
and ideals of the Club. Nine gins
expressed themselves as willing to
take up the woik, and took cards to
be signed. A leader of the club is.
yet to be secured.
Regular meeting of the Commercial
Club was held last Tuesday evening,
Rather elaborate arrangements were
f made to sec ^£ e ade( l u ate nre
protection. The Club approved thei
of a hundred gallon tank'
equipped with a force pump and a
long string of hose; also iwo smaller
tanks mounted on trucks and loaded
with chemical. The three tanks are
to be distributed throughout the vari
ous sections of the town.
Themas Knight of Minneapolis has
been visiting at the Deck home the
pas t week>
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Guiui drove
over to Flaxville Sunday ai d passed
the day with Mr. Gunn's parents.
Mrs. Nickerson arrived here from
. . . _ ... . . . . ...
j0s Angeles Calif., last week to visit
he E Mrs. Downey,
! J *? hn Wunderlich and Elwood House
™ ade a business trip to Flaxville
U xt P.T* Parson ^® n t up to
1 W ratetau Monday and will practice
there for the next month or so.
Joe Winters, representing
" r °wn Grain Co., called at the Farm
era Elevator here Monday.
Mrs. H. C. Nelson and sons, George
a and Vernon, drove over to Scobey
and P assed tb 0 da Y with Mr.
! ,, n7 , , r _ _ „ ,
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Karels were m
town Monday on their way to their
f 1011 ! 16 a ^ a " 0 r visiting
; their sons at Regina,
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Will parties who borrowed house
bold articles from my home, please
return them? Eva Series.
TAKEN UP—One 2-year-old iron
j Dooley, Mont.
There Mas Been Such a Demand for the
McCormick - Deering F OUR PLOW Tractor
that the TRAIN LOAD shipped into the Wil
liston Branch by the International Harvester
Co. on March 21st, has been distributed
the territory and about all sold. '
Wje have many of these Tractors already
operating in the fields here, also
Hand for immediate delivery. If you wish lo
Farn of the performance of this new 22-33
we will demonstrate to you here, and also
tell you who is operating one near you, so
that you may see it working in the field.
Also ask to see the Six Speed Special Ton
come in and
Dooley Implement Company
Plenty woe d
S » r ?
' m !Qy 1
j Mic e Ethel Shuman is on
! list this week.
Wednesda^^th *°a new
rhWler Sedan that the Motor Inn
S0 !l;VlmivawInce held here Sat-1
^ he v the American Le
v^ay ^evemng by t
f}™ " as
! ^LTLrfev Ross family arrived
The Sunday* fromLong Beach, Cali
. ^ they passed the winter.
^ e y found the roa^on the last lap
V , ,
of ™ eir road1 very^ bad. G e ss drove
^ r - ana iwrs. m
here from Powers Bake N. y. gu
to HaSlle Sunday afternoon.
Mrs Ne 11 ie ' hun e'r a !'o/h el
Sirène and Donald, came home
«ul.«®* 06 " '
Miss Chnstme ^ Ro(i
. v >Q o,,+,t „„Uum Minrrennn
fwjl îL^six Unths rèturaed" ome
six months, returned no e
j W edne.day a d >
( ca ^ 0 Andrew Ueland en
| Mr. a™ Mrs - , ,,V ' a «
tertained aj, one o clock dinne . -
Prank Koester. ^Mr.^nd ^ Wn.
son. All present report a jolly after
j arHnftI vnTPSi
OLTLOOK HIGH SCHOOL NOIES
The Senior class play, The Path
Across the Hill" will be given April
This comedy drama of three acts
tells the story of the sacrifice made
by an old man to protect those whom
he loves. The plot has several fun
Ry situations affording a blending of
0 f comedy drama and sentiment. Don't
f orge t the date-April 26th. .
lhe hlgh school is taking part in
the every pupil scholarship contest
which will be held on April 10th.
Tests will be given in Algebra
English, American history? plane
geometry and general science. These
tests are very valuable within them
se ives. They also enable us to rate
ourselves in comparison with other
I high schools throughout the country,
| X he Seniors have received their an
■ nouncements for graduation,
j X he regular six weeks' tests will be
j given on Thursday and Friday of
■ ^his week. We will start on the home
stretch next week. Why not finish
j strong? Only six weeks, but a lot
j 0 f W ork to be done. Let's go!
i Eighth Grade
X he total attendance for March ex
J cee ded any attained in any room this
year- percentage was 99.9%.
X he pupils who have been writing
essays on "Why I would rather live
1 un der the American form of govern
j me nt than others," have submitted
them to the judges. The four best
papers will be sent into the county
• committee to compete with essays
from other schools of the county.
The Agricultural class has started
the study of oats.
Annie Selvig was the onij pupil
making the honor roil for the month
The tryouts for the grade track
teams will soon get under way.
Four girls are working on declama
tions for the local contest to be held
Friday, April 12th. The winner will
represent the Outlook school at the
Sixth and Seventh Grades
Barbara Hoffard has been absent
for over a week on account of a sore
The sixth grade has started the re
view of South America.
Albert Zeitner has enrolled in the
sixth grade, making 34 in all now.
Mrs. Erno' of Flaxton is visiting her
daughter Mrs. Ed. Iverson.
Mrs. Christ Nelson was a passenger
to Kenmare Friday.
Nels Nelson returned from Am
brose Saturday, where he received
George Miller of Williston spent the
week end at home.
Mrs. August Hultgren and daughter
Helen and son Rueben motored to
home Sunday. T ... .
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lillethun vis
ited thé former's parents at Williston
Mr. and Mrs. Olof Hansen ol Al
Itabo were business callers in Westby
Mrs. Allen and son of Monall, N.
i D., visited over Sunday at the Geo.
! _ Mr ?- Christ Nelson entertained the
Danville Ladies' Aid at her ome in
^mar Nelson of Diclanson, N. D.,
made a brief visit here last week. Mr.
Nelson is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Pet
er Nelson of Daneville.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Langen spent East
er Sunday with reiativez at Mohall
1 de ns Jepson arrived last m
Rugby, N. D., where he s^nt the wm-
ter with his son Dr. F. Jepson.
; Austin Knutson returned from Wis
oonsin Monday to look after his farm
Rueben Rice of near Plentywood
.transacted business in Westby Mon
Laberge returned last week
: hospital iTwal «ry much improv
1 ed in health.
(A sudden change in the weather has
been'delayed spring work. Snow began to
, fall Tuesday morning and continued
throughout the day and there was a
1 sudden drop in the'temperature.
Fred Jcppson, an elderly man, who
, ßved a i one on a farm in the South
1 country, died Sunday morning at
the Ambrose hospital.
Henry Langen enter
tÄ Aa« on
and r 'jl rs Christ Nelson
and ^ Loyd ^ Mr and Mrg
Enger and daughter Marjorie,
^ d Anton Nelson
c Lillian Fruend, daughter of Mr.
and Mrg j Freun d an d Einar Peter
son of Kenmare were united in mar
ria Saturday afternoon at 3:00
, £ k t thp Daneville church The
bri ' de is a well known young lady of
tWs „„„„„„ity, having served as lo
, t , h one operator for a number
f ^ M p P tp rS on a nrosnar
• ' farmer of Kenmare wiiere
™ ^ till make their
hnme We ^ congra tul a tions.
ß Ur Luther Hultgren and
OUo En moto red to Bowbells Sun
The grade pupils presented the op
What's the Matter With Sal
" at the Orpheum on Friday and
Saturday evenings. There was a full
house both evenings. It showed good
work from both teachers and pupils
in delivering the operetta in suen a
Luther League members had their
social meeting Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Eilar Peterson spent
Friday in Crosby.
1 1 y
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Fink were trans
acting business in Raymond the lat
ter part of last week.
About twenty-five friends and
neighbors gathered at the John Um
back home Sunday, the occasion be
ing a surprise party in celebration of
the birthday of Clara Umback. Miss
Clara was the recipient of many pret
ty and useful gifts. The guests were
entertained by games and late in the
afternoon a lunch was served.
Albert Gehrld is now working on
the farm for Jake Nelson.
Laura, Mariam and Clara Umback
werfe dinner guests at the Miss Har
rison home Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs, Ted Thorstvedt and
daughter, Sylvia, spent a few hours
in town Saturday of last week,
Mrs. Hall, Sylvia Thorstvedt's sis
ter, is visiting relatives
Mrs. Lester of Westby is now in
charge of the hotel. She has with her
her ten year old daughter who has
entered the Raymond school.
in the Ray
Maytag Agency - Expert
of Plentywood officiated,
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Black and chil
dren of Plentywood and Mrs Bert
! Herron of Raymond, were Sunday vis
itors at the home of Mrs. Bub Porter.
j E. W. Hannah is busying himself
i these days painting and kaisonvning
Mrs. Donald McCoy visited friends
in the Raymond precinct last week.
Pearl Anderson was a Plentywood
visitor and shopper last Saturday.
Mrs. Emil Syverson is on t :e sick
list again, being confined to her bed.
While playing at school oaring re
cess last Friday, Jack McGowan fell
and broke his collar bone. The frac
ture was reduced and the boy is do
L. W. Kenooth arrived Wednesday
from Oregon to take charge of the
Monarch Lumber Co., recently pur
chased by that firm from Henry Hun
Mrs. Cadoo of Bainville visited at
the home of her daughter, Mrs. Adry
Nelson, for several days and attended
to business matters.
The Catholic Ladies' Aid met Wed
nesday at the home of Mrs. M. W.
Clifford Dooley and Frank Loucks
motored to Plentywood Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. George Leibach mot
ored to Plentywood Wednesday even
ing and brought back a new Willys
Mrs. Frank Loucks and Mrs. M. W.
Markuson motored to Plentywood
Tom Brockley of Comertown was
Dooley caller Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lang of Plenty
wood were Dooley visitors Thursday.
H. A. Earner of Plentywood was in
Dooley on business Thursday.
Victor Anker of Outlook was
business visitor in Dooley Friday.
N. K. Markuson of Medicine Lake
attended to business matters in Doo
ley and vicinity Friday.
L. J. Sorbey was a Plentywood vis
The Degree of Honor Lodge held
their regular business meeting Friday
evening after which they proceeded
the Markuson home where three
tables of bridge were played and lunch
served by Mrs. Harry Huffman, Wyn
ona Wankel and Mrs. Markuson. f-q
W, J. Ehrhardt made a business trip
to Outlook Friday. j
George Lerback and J. J. Schons ; rjr
motored to Plentywood on business *
Herb Peterson of Minot was a Doo
ley visitor Friday. 1
R. E. Denham motored to Westby
on official business Saturday.
Sheriff Madsen was in Dooley Sat
urday on official business.
At the school election Saturday
George Leiback and Clifford Dooley
were elected to one and two year
Several from here attended the
dance at Plentywood Saturday even
James Clausen and L. W. Kenooth
motored to Culbertson Saturday to
meet Mrs. Kenooth and children who!
arrived from Oregon. |
Gertrude Syvertson, teacher at the
Larson school, spent the week end at
Minot, N. D,
Bring your Ford here for
that hurry-up job. May
be it's only a little thing.
Big or little, our mechan
ics will find the trouble
in a jiffy and send you
away smiling. All labor
billed at low flat
Ask about the Special
$1.50 Insnccrion Service.
KIEN AST MOTOR CO.
Percy Dick spent the week end at
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schilling and
Mrs. Dan McCall of Comertown at
tended Catholic church services here
P. G. Neville of Plentywood visited
at the Loucks home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hector
spent Sunday at Plentywood.
Mrs. R. E. Denham arrived Mon
day from Iowa, where she has spent
the past winter with relatives.
Messrs. Koester and Chaffee were
visitors at the Lon Desonia home
Vernon Christensen, who has been |
away for some time, returned to his
home here Thursday.
A. W. Chaffee and son Ralph were
Redstone callers Thursday.
Thomas Henderson was in town
Adolph Chaffee was visiting and
shopping at Outlook Monday.
Miss Mabel Masters is on the sickj£
li of fViic wppIc
Glen Harmes drove through town
The fanners are unable to get in
the fields now on account of the snow.
Karl Bantz and
daughter were visitors here Sunday.
Walter Lee had an accident of get
ting kicked on the knee by a horse.
Mr. and Mrs.
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 Matter of the Estate of
SOPHIA K. BARNHOUSE, De
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, by
the undersigned, U. G. Barnhouse, ad
ministrator of the estate of Sophia K.
Barnhouse, deceased, to the creditors
of and all persons having claims
against the said deceased, to exhibit
them with the necessary vouchers
j within four months after the first
j publication of this notice, to the said
U. G. Barnhouse at Comertown, Mon-1
to Dated April 8, 1929.
U. G. BARNHOUSE,
Mon. April 15 |
Sat. April 20 R
UNIVERSITY ROLLED OATS,
5 lb. Pail...
CALUMET BAKING POWDER,
MACARONI. SPAGHETTI AND
NOODLES, 3 for.
Fancy, in heavy syrup .
No. 2Vz Can.
8 Slices, No. 2 l /2 Can.
No. 2y 2 Can.
FANCY RED RASPBERRIES,
In Heavy Syrup, No. 2 Can.
42 e I
I. G. A. COFFEE
49 e 43 e AND 33 I
A Home Store Run by Home Folks
Luebke Gun Club
Froid.— At a meeting held SatuH
evening at the home of E. p [ U r ^ ay
a gun club organization was'r!^ .
ed. The meeting was , |u i te S'*
tended, mostly by those f rom at *
country. The clubs starts out win.
membership of 25 which is expecL
to be increased quite largely Cf
the first shoot is held which will k.
sometime this month. The orrais,
tion will be known as the &
Gun Club. Jack Hurley was cS*
president, and E. P. E ue bke c!? 1
Treas. Two traps have been ôrdp
together with fifteen barrels of i- '
eons, and as soon as these arrive K
i s planned to hold the first shoot 6 11
* 1 * *J*
v : ')
We have been told our baked u
*'? goods are wonderful by so
X many different customers that \\
f we are telling you the same <•
^ thing. We do our utmost to ' 1
A make them very good—Phone 14 X
Martin Toftness, Prop.
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