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Local Brevities
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Bert Jensen of Redstone
Plentywood caller last Sunday.
Lillian Christianson spent the week
end with her parents at Dagmar.
U. G. Barnhouse of Comertown was
Plentywood business caller Monday.
Minnie P. Elliott, superintendent
t y,e Redstone school, was a Plenty
rood business caller Friday.
We handle the Chevrolet cars and
trucks. Bredevine and Larson, West
by. adv. 21-tf
Chas. McLaughlin of Antelope was
a Plenty wood business caller luesday
afternoon.
Jack Wamsback of Medicine I^ke
Plentywood business visitor
looked after business in this city last
Monday.
J S. Albers of Redstone attended
to business matters in the county
capital Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Guenther of
Dagmar visited friends and relatives
our city last Sunday.
was
a
was a
last Friday.
Elmer E. Thompson of Redstone
in
Get your Chevrolet car or truck
from Bredevine & Larson at Westby.
21tf
adv.
Mike Eckley of Medicine Lake was
Plentywood caller last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Larter of
Outlook attended the Easter dance at
the Temple Monday night.
T. J. Larson of Outlook was a
Plentywood business caller last Mon
day. % *
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R. N. Andersen of Dagmar trans
acted business in our city last Mon
day.
Mrs. Hedges of Antelope was a
Plentywood shopper Tuesday of this
week.
State Representative Lars Angvick
was a Plentywood business caller last
Monday.
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Furniture, Floors, Woodwork, Lin
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faces.
L. G. Zeidler
The old Reliable Hardware"
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new styles come in and spring L.
our shop finds us ready with the
newest and best of them all.
Haberdashery and Hots
tractive as the young season itself
Grisply new and most moderately
priced.
are as at
In shirts alone, we offer an abundance of new patterns
to select from.
New neckwear, underwear. Hosiery, Belts, Pajam
as * Lerchiefs that are sure to please.
Hats dese
rve a story all to themselves—we've
many good looking styles and you may be sure
yours is here. Stetsons have the call at $8.30. Keitn
oats in the new colors and styles are $3.00.
Florsheim shoes in a class- by themselves are
same price here as everywhere.
Freeman Shoes in the
*- j uits and Top Coats i
and
so
that
sold for
the
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new styles at $5.50.
the new models and fabrics
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very reasonably priced.
Dion-Eustrom Co.
The Store for Men
Plentywood
Montana
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Maurice Eggen of Outlook
county seat caller Monday
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office last Wed^day" y treaSUrer ' S
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caller this week.
of
Mr. and Mrs. Lars Johnson
of Plenytwood
pers Saturday.
Gwendolyn Matldn of the Redstonp
school faculty was a Plenty-wood caller
over the week end.
Ethel Petersen spent the week
at Reserve with her sister Mrs
vey Carpenter.
Mr. and Mrs. Matt Wirtz of Out
look were Plentywood shoppers
business callers Wednesday,
Mr. and Mrs. Asa Bames of Red
stone were Plentywood visitors the
first of the week/
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was a
t>i x inspector,
a Plentywood busin«
was
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of north
were Plentywood shop
end
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and
Olaf Norby of Raymond transacted
business in the city of Plentywood
last Saturday.
Otto Stadig left last Monday
for
Great Falls where he will attend
business matters.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Carpenter of
Reserve were Plentywood shoppers
last Friday.
Anton Sundsted of Dagmar trans
acted business in the county capital
last Tuesday.
0. B. Hoven of Antelope spent
luesday in the county metropolis at
tending to business matters.
Christian Jensen and sisters drove
from Dagmar Friday night to at
tend the High School operetta.
Mr, and Mrs. Blaine Dean returned
last Thursday from Minot, N. ' D.,
where Mrs. Dean visited the clinic.
to
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Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Nygaard of Com
ertown were Plentywood shoppers and
business callers last Thursday.
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11ft' HanSC " t * ^
î° b T ne " interests in
I M «T-. «Î Z.Tm cÄaon of
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State Representative, Andrew Ue
land was a Monday visitor at the
County Assessor's offict. {
Mr. and Mrs. A1 Hanson of Crosbv i
were visiting friends and relatives in
this city Sunday and Monday " ;
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Loucks'of Red
stone attended the operetta "The fw
sy Rover," last Friday nieht ^ ^ i
Mrs Richardson returned a * ;
lope Tuesday evenine ifteî *n
the dav shoDDinV to fnInHi B ^ dmg
l.VJ Î g Plentywood.
Jack Kjelstrup returned last Sat
urday from Great Falls, where he at
^ t pn-H° ntmental 011 COnvention -
Mrs. Phillips is spending a few
days in this city visiting with her
daughter Mrs. Phil Ziebarth and son
Emory Phillips and families. 1
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Mrs. John Palubicki and John Wal
koski were called to Perham, Minn., !
last Monday because of the
illness of their father.
serious
Mr. and Mrs. Niels Christiansen of
P !î nt ^ w ? od »hoppers |
V and al > atte ,? ded the operetta, I
"TW T?
t Gypsy Rover."
Mrs. Dewey Wigmore and children
returned the first of the week from
Medicine Lake, where they have been
visiting with relatives and friends.
A member of the young folks drove
from Comertown Saturday evening
to attend the Carnival dance given by
the Degree of Honor.
R. G. Tyler, former county commis
sioner, of Homestead, transacted busi-1
in
ness at the county court house last
Monday.
Mr, and Mrs. Jack Dillage of Lig
nite, N. D., stopped off at Plentywood
Monday. They were on their way to
Scobey to attend the funeral of Mrs.
Cora Jarvis.
Sons*"! vto*n mPriîo i • < - >nsta j d . and
ff" a "? M 19s . Alraa
the Oscar Christi^ns^^^r Snnday at
Westbv Chnstlanson farm nwir
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Sanders Knight returned to Red
tîTe" da 1 î 0 âtt a en,W i r e K aftcr spen(,in 5.
the^ day attending to business ™at-!
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and y ak)r ^ e Bee drove '
to Williston last Saturday to visit
their mother who is a patient at the
itlercy hospital.
Joe O'Toole arrived in Plentywood
last Saturday from Los Angeles, Cal
ifornia, to spend the summer visiting
with relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newgaard of
Medicine Lake were visiting at the
Harry Larson home last Sunday af-!
ternoon.
Geo. Andersen of Reserve transact
ed business matters at the Clerk and
Recorder's office Tuesday of this
week. i
Ruth Erwin, teacher of the Lone
Star school near Antelope, spent the
week end visiting friends in this city.
John Nisbet returned to Shelby
last Monday after attending to busi
ness interests in this c'ty the past
week.
Announcements were received from
Velma Crawford who is in training at
the Loma Linda, California school of
nurses, is graduating on Sunday, April
21-st.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Olson and Mr.
and Mrs. Axel Olson and son of Dag
mar drove in Friday evening to attend
the operetta given by the High School
students.
The County Commissioners held a
special two-day session of the board
this week. The purpose of the meet
ing was getting lumber olds for the
building of bridges, etc.
Mrs. Nets Jorgensen and brother
Peter Plambeck of Dagmar were in
Saturday visiting Mr. Jorgenson, who
is a patient at the Sheridan Memorial
hospital.
Chester Onstad left for Broadus,
Mont., Monday morning,
will continue his practice as County
i Attorney. Chester has been visiting
with relatives and friends the past
I few days.
Mrs. P. D. Howell returned Sun
day from Williston, where she spent
! the week end visiting with friends .and
I attending to legal matters. She also
• attended the big annual dance and
banquet of the Sons of Norway looge
held there Saturday evening.
Carpenters and lumber yards are
j bus.y these days trying to keep up
i 'v : .th the demands made upon them
: by those desiring new buildings, ad
I d'tRns and changes. However, tners
i is plenty of carpenters at present e
I take care of the work.
Johnson's Store News
BIG REDUCTIONS IN
MENS' FURNISHINGS
BEAUTIFUL DRESS SHIRTS
$3.50 quality
3.00 quality
2.50 quality
1.75 quality
-.$2,75
2.2E
. 1.98
. 1.35
Splendid Values
Mens Union Suits
69 cent values —.
$1 values .-.
$1.50 values .
Mens' Hats and Caps
$5.00 value .
3.00 value —
2.50 value
1.25 value
. 49c
... . 89c
1.19
$3.50
2.25
.... 1.98
89c
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ENGAGE THE
Melodious Blondes
FIVE-PIECE DANCE ORCHESTRA
FOR YOUR NEXT DANCE
C. B. Larson, Booking Agent
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Martin Reinertson moved the large
ware house building from the rear end
of the A * J - Moore business lot last
Tuesday to the Moore lots in the west
ern ^ art of the ^ y ', wh ^ re '* be
com P 1 etely remodel«! and made into
a dwelling house. Excavation for the
new residence commenced this week,
Mr * and Mrs * Bjarn< r K - Bentsen,
who live 20 miles s0uthwest of Bien'
tywood, are the proud parents of a
7% pound daughter bom to them
Monday evening of this week at 8:00
°' clock in the Sheridan Memorial Hos-1
Pital. Mother and daughter are get
ting along nicely and Mr. Bentsen
is wearing the smile that won't come
off. , y
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THE SOCIAL WHIRL
K. OF C. MEET_
The Knights of Columbus held their
meeting at the church parlors last
Tuesday evening. The meeting was
j well attended. After the business
j meeting the hours were spent in vis
iting. Refreshments were served by
the committee.
! CLUB MEETS—
Mrs. Geo. Koenig was hostess to a
bridge dinner on Thursday, April 4 at
her home. The diversion ailer dinner
was bridge. High honors went to Mrs.
Fred Forman, first low to Mrs. Hel
geson and second low to Mrs. O. M.
Donaldson. Guests at this meeting of
the club were Mesdames L .Volmer,
Stevenson, C. S. Nelson, Saxton, Hel
geson and Miss Elizabeth Baker.
AT DINNER—
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Guenther were
hosts at a dinner given at their home
i Sunday afternoon. The guests were:
|Mr. and Mrs. Harold Guenther and
family 0 f Dagmar, Mrs. Hill and sons
lid and Lee of this city. The after
dinner hours were spent socially.
£ jy OF A MEET_
'The Catholic Daughters of America
held their regular meeting at the
church parlors Monday evening. After
the meeting which was well attended
the time was spent in visiting. Re
freshments were served by Alice O'
Toole and Mesdames Boulds Wien
land,
DINNER GUESTS—
Mr. and Mrs, C. B. Bull were hosts
at a dinner given at their home Thurs
day evening of last week at 6:30. The
table was set for the the following:
Mr*, and Mrs. S. E. Paul, Mr. and
Mrs. R. E. Gustafson and Rev. W. P.
R .°'B» ark e- The evening was spent
S0Cla Uy
HARMONY BRIDGE CLUB—
The Harmony club met last Thurs
day at * he hoi ?\ e of Mrs ; A ; Zie
barth. Three tables were in play.JMrs.
Ray White received high honors and
the consolation trophy went to Mrs.
Oswald. A very dainty lunch was
served by the hostess at the end of
the game.
OKAY SEWING CLUB—
The Okay Sewing Club met last
Saturday with Hazel and Clara Brown
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert
Brown. All of the members were
present and Cecilia White was honor
guest. The members devoted the af
ternoon to embroidery. Supper was
served at the close of the afternoon's
activities.
AT THE CHURCHES
A. M. Egge, Pastor
Sunday school at 10:00 a. m.
Divine Worship at 11:00 o'clock
A. M.
English services at Outlook at 2:30
p. m.
The confirmation class meets after
the service.
Sunday, April 21st
Norse services at Antelope at 2:00
p. m.
7TH AND 8TH GRADE EXAMS
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The State 7th and 8th grade exam
inations will be held April 25th and
26th in Plentywood and Dagmar:
Schedule
First Day
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Civics.
Recess.
History.
Intermission.
Grammar
Recess.
Reading.
Close.
9:00
10:00
10:30
12:00
1:30
3:00
3:15
4:15
Second Day
Arithmetic.
9:00
Recess.
Spelling. <
Intermission.
Hygiene, Agriculture.
Geography.
Close.
ETHEL E. SINGLETON,
County Superintendent.
11:00
11:15
12:00
1:30
2:30
4:00
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Sven Myhre was a Medicine Lake
and Plentywood caller Wednesday,
Marjorie Phelps visited with Helen
Maclnnes Wednesday night.
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Maclnnes were
Redstone callers Friday.
A large crowd was out Saturday
night to enjoy the dance at the hall.
Hugh French was transacting busi
ness at Plentywood and Redstone Fri
day. _
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cromwell and
family visited with Mr. and Mrs. Scott
Cromwell Sunday.
Mrs. Ruud of Antelope came here
Friday for a short visit with her
daughter, Mrs. Neal Pake.
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shows.
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Miss Dolores Peterson is helping
Mrs. Chas. Norton with spring work,
Adolph Granlund, who has
the winter in Minnesota with
fives, arrived here last week and will
farm here again this
The many friends of little Arlto
Henke will be nlfta< 5 «vl En u„ *1/
was brought home from thp v nQni > 1
and is recovering nicely.^ She was
; very fortunate in not having to have
an operation.
The ^honl *1*,*?™ v, Q i a o +. i
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in District No. 4 resulted in the re
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SUFFERING MADE
LIFE MISERABLE
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The best advice I ever got was to
take Sargon. I am feeling better,
brighter and stronger than I have in
five years.
My stomach made life miserable
for me. After eating I suffered from
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such sharp gas pains I could hardly
breathe. Constipation brought
sick headcahes that stayed with
for days. My liver was sluggish and
I was nauseated and weak. I lost
strength until my housework became
a drudgery.
After I had spent a lot of money j
trying to get my health back, one of,
my friends advised me to take Sar
gon, My stomach is soothed and 11
can eat three hearty meals a day !
without trouble. Sargon drove away
that run down and weak feeling and
built up my strength and energy to
where my housework is no trouble at ;
all. Sargon Soft Mass Pills stimulât- ;
ed my liver so that it rid me of con
stipation, sick headcahes and bilious
spells. My whole system is filled
with a feeling of new life and I am
enjoying health I never expected to
have again.
"I have already told several of my
friends about Sargon and they are
taking it with good results."
The above statement was made by
Mrs. Celia Matuszewski, 1413 Second
Ave., Milwaukee, who is highly re
garded by her friends and neighbors.
She is a member of the Zurazek So
ciety and the Matholic church.
Sargon may be obtained in Plenty
wood at the Miller Phramacy and in
Westby at C. N. Rostad.
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I'M SATISFIEDTHAT YOU
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THE BEST BUY ON
THE MARKET._
YOU COULDN'T HELP BUT LIKE THE "
John Deere, Hank. It has more
ROVER THAN TRACTORS HUNDREDS
j OF POUNDS HEAVIER, AND IT'S
HUNDREDS OF PARTS SIMPLER.
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Our Tractors and Other Machinery
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A GOOD BUY LAST YEAR—STILL ABETTER BUY THIS YEAR BECAUSE
IT IS BIGGER AND BETTER.
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Mrs. John Miller
Williston Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Brock and W
dell and Mrs. Bruce Smith and M
Violet were vsitors at H. W. Henke s
Sunday evening.
Mrs. Oscar Foss had the misfortune
to fall down the basement steps
cently.
Geo. S. Bell of Medicine Lake at
tended the school election at H. C.
Anderson's school Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Christ Willumsen and
family spent Monday evening at C. R
Brock's.
was shopping in
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Mrs. Harry Baker of Plentywood
was a visitor in the Volmer vicinity
Sunday.
Mrs. Bruce Smith is the first one
to report having made a garden. No
doubt the onions can keep warm
der this blanket of
Harry Walsh will work for Alfred
Sorensen this year.
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A Few Items of Interest to
the Busy Housewife
When you wish to
f prepare a lunch for your family
lor an afternoon party you may be giving, do not worry
over what to serve—let us suggest an array of tasty
items, most of them ready to serve. It will save you
many hours of work and worry, and the cost is no more.
For Breakfast Food try
"Sims Malt O' Wheat"
(Recommend It for Muf
fins too)
Try These With Your
Dinner
Celery, Lettuce, Ripe
Tomatoes, Olives
Home Brand Pancake
Flour, plain and buck
wheat.
Home Brand Maple Syr
GOOD PIES
We have the prunes and
raisins to make them.
up.
FRESH
A GREAT DISH
Prunes and apricots
stewed together. A fine
combination. See our
dried fruits.
STRAWBERRIES
Per Basket
33c
OUR SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY WILL BE
3 Dozen Medium Size
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SOREM & CO.
Phone 100
Plentywood, Montana
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TEMPTING CUTS OF
Meat
flighest quality meats at low i
prices—fair weight and good |
service at all times. All meat I
fresh and pure. Prompt dellv- I
ery of all orders. It la nol
even necessary to come to out
shop—just call phone No. 31
and yon may be sure you will
be given good value. Just try
it.
HEIN'S
MEAT and GROCERY
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