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Protect Your Skin
against sunburn, windbum and chap with
NY ALS FACE CREAM
A Bleaching Cream excellent for the com
plexion. Leaves no shine or sticky feeling.
Helps to make the skin soft and clear.
us your mail orders.
Send
Miller's Pharmacy
Plentywood
Phone 133
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Sensational Drop
IN MAJESTIC RADIO PRICES
The Best Bug Before—Still Better Now
Plentywood Implement Co.
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International Live- 5 Ir
T stock Exposition and Hay ^
and Grain Show,Nov.30 to De«. 7.
The great «nnnal roundup of farmers
and ranchers, and exhibit of the world's
finest livestock, grain and feed crops. Com*
fcrtable hotel accommodations provided at
low rates. Personally conducted tours of large
industrial and manufacturing plants have
keen arranged for entert ainm ent
HALF RATE
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Tickets on sale November 30 from all potato
fan Montana. Final return limit December
11. Good on all trains. For dc t a tted ,
•- information, sleeping ear
\ hotel reservations^ see G reart
Northern Agent.
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Montana's
®w/ Greatest Year
at Chicago
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Demonstration
Great Majestic Range
The
You and your friends are Invited
To Attend Our
Demonstration and Sale of
GREAT MAJESTIC RANGES
At Our Store
NOVEMBER llth to 16th
Sec the Many New
Features of the Majestic Line.
Particularly the New Addition
AH Enamel Ranges
In Colors and Styles to Meet
Every Requirement
Terms if Desired.
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A Beautiful
SET
Of AD Copper Wire
Is Offered as a
PREMIUM
During This Sale Only
Peterson Company
Hardware
PLENTYWOOD
Furniture
Washington Oct. 17.—Attorney
Gérerai Mitchell said today that
^d^ r .°4nït^m mitas
sSS^ts"^'
prohibition section of the Depart
iïmÏÏfJurtte would make a
study of Section 6 of the Volstead
act, which covers this point.
He held, however, that a ruling
riven by the department would not
be Hindi up upon any one and that
to clear up the matter finally it
would be necessary to go to thej
United States Supreme Court.
Girls Organize Intermediate
r™ v ^ r S a " ze
Group Ot Lamp rire Gins
Monday evening the girls of the
sixth grade met to organize an
intermediate group of the Camp
Fire girls under the leadership of
Miss Mabel Nordgren. At the
meeting the following officers were
elected: Bernice Erickson, presi
Pbve Laiig, secretary knd
treasurer, and Ellen Taylor, report
er.
The members joining at this time
i were Alice Dionne. Kathryn Rieg
er, Cecelia Ibsen, Barbara Kjel
strup, Valerie Austrey, Dorothy
Peterson. Jauna Halloway, Irene
Hareland and Marion Marsh.
At the next meeting an appro
priate name will be selected for
the group.
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
The service on Sunday morning
in Peterson's Hall will be in keep
ing with the spirit of Armistice
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MITCHELL ORDERS
EXAMINATION OP
SCOFFLAWÏ RIGHTS
Day. A special responsive service
will be used, and the Pastor wul
preach on the topic: "The Forces
Which Make Tor Peace." (
Sunday school will be held at
ten o'clock.
not like this—from the paper he,
himself, had disposed of to McGee,
Now. Albert B. FaD. for all of
Us pitiable feebleness today, had
a reputation at that period of be
ing an exceedingly dangerous man
to defy. He warned McGee
.McGee did defy him. Thereupon
ÎQiere seems to be no question that
Fall went after McGee's scalp.
The odds at that stage of the
game were entirely in FaU's favor.
His political power in New Mex
'ico was almost absolute. McGee
was poor and a étranger
McGee, who comes to Washing
ton occassionallv, and came quite
frequently when the ofl inquiry was
in progress, has told me that he
had serious douhts for his life. In
deed. Hie campaign did finally lead
to a homicide, though it was Me
STEWART
(Continued from pAge One)
The Fashion Shop
Sale
will be continued all next
week because of the impass
able conditions of the roads.
Mrs. Helgeson, Prop.
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^dLMeSS tts chilled sted
n Hebung on.
The oü scandals "broke," but
diere was nothing in connection
with them at first to imply any
thing more than a misjudgment on
Fall's part, if that, in granting the
T«p* Dom lease to HarrySiq
/.lair and Elk Hill to Doheny.
However, one day the news
lUn« ta^Unt'week^ He sUrteJ
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funds. Taxes on his ranch hac
fallen in arrears.
McGee discovered that they had
been unexpectedly paid up, in full:
that Fall was restocking hs range.
and making extensive improve
ments on his property. His sus
p irions were aroused.
Maybe, as a public spirited riti
ren. he would have sounded the
alarm in any event; it ^certainly
was not a moment for him to over
looks possibly good bet, hard
pressed as he was just then in his
Mfe-and-death struggle with Fall.
Hurrying to Washington, he
placed his information in the sen
a te oil inquiry committee's hands.
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The sequel?
Oh, everybody knows now all
that is to be known concerning the
"little black bag," the subsequent
| v mutilated $100,000 note giver
by Fall to Doheny, the sale to Sin
clair of an interest in the Fall
ranch—the whole record of the
transactions leading to the verdict
in Justice Hütz's court in Wash
ington a few days ago.
School children of the future will
no t read all these details, but they
will learn the nub of the tragedy in
the story of Albert B. Fall. '
PANTOMIME
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BY SOUND MOVIES
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Action that is essentially pan-j
to mime mav be aided instead of
ret arded bv'the addition of sound
to t eh screen, in the opinion of
La Ura La Plante, starring in "Hold
tYour Man" coming to the Orphe-,
Theatre. Friday and Saturday.
Xovember 15th and* 16th. ;
When sound first invaded the
motion-picture field, supporters of
the silent film declared that the
old art of pantomime would be di
mmish^ thereby.
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doence m which she imitates the
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^r° m w ork after the first flush of
^romance has faded from matn
»«V- This passage gives Miss La>
Plante an excellent opportunity to
demonstrate her talent for mimic
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this sequence, M:ss La
Plante says, "1 say only a few
WT> rds. but I think that these ma
terially increase the effect of the
action." "
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TA TUE Dl TDI If.
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in reply to an article in the last
issue of the Redstone Review, and
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roond Logan serving three years
jin Deer Lodge, will say Editor
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Sherry is a liar. Raymond Logan
^ w c / ears Ç 6 «
Lodge and if Mr. Sherry will look
back over his own shoulder he very
Iftely has no room to throw any
SlUrS Kf t . anî '°" e - Wbat .Sherry
says about me is immaterial.
(Signed) MARTIN B. MILLER.
The following is toe article re
ferred to above:
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MAN IS SLAIN, JURY
DECIDES AT INQUEST
Plentywood. <JL 29—Raymond
Logan was murdered by an un
Ä Sat '
urcay night, according to the ver
diet following a coroner's hi quest.
Raymond Logan a single man
about 35 years old, was murdered
seven mües west of Plentywood. A
farmer by the name of Knudson
noticed a team with a wagon at
tached wandering around the road
near Archer Investigation show
• ed the man lying m toe wagon box
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Müler and Logan were toed in
Scobey courts for an aDeged horse
and cattle the.it. Miller was freed
and Logan served three years at
Deer Lodge. a dv.
OPPONENTS
something else and make the most
of it or words to that effect. He
said he was 100 per cent American
(Continued from pa.ee OneJ
and proud of it and stood by the
Constitution, first, last and all
the time, and no tyrant was going
to make him pay city taxes against
his will. He craved information as
te who was behind the dastardly
design to do dinto thé privileged
classes of Plentywood: who was
the master mmd behind the Stor
kan addition hokus-pokus: desired
° - w 5 ^ Clty ™ any
way involved fmanciaUy
Whereupon his lordship, the
■ mayor, rose up m great dignity,
and inform«! the said Opgrande
that he, and he alone, was behind
tite Storkan addition to the beau
tiful and rapidly growing metro
polis of which most everyone
so proud, that he wanted
i, , , ,, . evei-y-l
the
Qty not toe Councü. nor Fred
Sf uT b Si 'X
blame and claimed all the glory of
this coup d 'eta t. whi ch had hook
9 J that by yon tvrinkKng star, he
V prospered in and with the city.
B9 was going to do his part for the'
Q city that was doing so much for
H him. His lordship then gave toe
B protestors a bit of fatherlv a d
8 delivering to them a splend'd
A lecture unon their dvic duties and
Si responsibilities; and paid his com
S to him who ate bread in
8 the ^weat of his neighbor's brow
g He then paused for a moment and
H P°® te â ^ the splendid
8 patriotism of Rodney Salbburv
fl who though he lived
at the
ar eilest instance from the boun
S* k^'
ution signed the petition to bringt
bimseH mto ^
f pientvwood and was
vantage* rt™atjm9od and was|
not °? i> r ^f d th t^ u ^nrt
hU share toward the support of
this Ï
pointed to . Sali^ury as
outstanding ex pe ° a
SS that pn.Uem.n-s fine dvic/
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grasp their obligations -o the cor
porauon, to come in. was absolute
ly proper and legal, and had been
passeo upon bj the best lawyers m
Plentywood. He then read tne
law in the premises.
Len Rue was then called upon
from the crowd. ^ He saic he had
so much land that he was land
poor, and though the land was
choice, he found it galling to pay
such taxes as he was now required
to pay, and that it was unreason
able to ask or compel him to put
his fine farm into the city, even
though Plentywood was one of the
best in the west.
Then it was discovered that!
Len Rue's house, on which he is
said to have never paid any city,
tax, was inside the city limits all
the time and nobody knew a thing
about it until now.
The Mayor ordered the City At
torney to proceed to collect the
back taxes. Just who made tht
mistake has not yet been discloa
ed.
It is said that the extension of
the City limits will add over $100,
000 to the city assessment roll, and
that while those taken in would
have to pay a little more, the rest
of the taxpayers would pay con
siderable less.
AIDED-becker.
PA!IDT
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Edw. E. Hannah. Atty. Greer for
plaintiff and Atty. Babcock for de
fenoant.
Henrv R- Smith. Atty Onstad
for plaintiff, Atty Babcock for de
fendant,
December 9, 1929. 9:30 a. m.
No. 5644—Dave Curtin vs. Tina
Nelson et .al. AttyLewis for
P^n , . . Babcock for defend
wTlie 'KoS.Sn'Bail
No. o442—Great Northern Rail
Attj s. Clift & Qover aiiu H. M.
Lewis for plaintiff. AtU Bakewell
for defradant.
_No. 5556 Great Nor. R. R. Co. v£
Shendan Comity and Treasurer.
Attys Qift A G ' 0 ',^ r * Lewis for
P 1 ^^' Atty ' B«keweU for de
fendant.
December 10, 1929, 9:30 a. m.
Xo. 5565— D. M. Maclnnes vs
AJ1 Persons. Atty Gunther for tiie
plaintiff, Farr & McNaught for de
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LIST OF JURORS CALLED
December 3, 1929 at 9:30 a. m.
Elif G. Andersen, Westbv; Leon
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Brinkman. Dagmar Albert Fossum,'
Med. Lake; J. J. Foley, Dooley, L.
Xo. ôôôfe —Raymond Merc. Co.l
D. Folsom. Plentywood; Frank
Guenther. Plcntywood.
Henry Hendrickson. Redstone, F.
b. Hareland, Redstone; Some J. S.
Johansen. Dagmar; Nick Kemmer.
Homestead; James Loiter, Out
look; Andrew Lundberg, Gust
Lundberg, Carl A. Lundberg, Lars
Linn. Dagmar.
Chas. H. Miller. Plentywood.
Frank Müler, Redstone; C. S. Nel
son, Plentywood: John Xeiderhaus
er, Med. Lake: Kenneth Nicholson,
Antelope; P M Olson. Dagmar;
Arnold Overland, Homestead; A.
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Petersen. Dooley; Jacob Petersen
Reserve; W. Quam, Westby; Hen
ry O. Raaen. Comertown; L. E.
Rue. J. C. Storkan, H. Shirtliff,
Plentywood; W. S. Stratton. O.
A. Selvig, Outlook; Niels C. Sand
=ted. Antelope: Andrew Tefre.
Plentywood; O. E. Wh.tmarsh.
Archer; James York, Plentywood.
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ADDITIONAL LOCALS
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John and Hershell Lee arrived
Wednesday from Washington to
visit a few day with their sisters,
Margaret and Valerie Lee in this
dty.
Mr. and Mrs . A. L. Bolster left ;
Thursday for Williston after a
short visit at the parental home of
Mr. Bolster in Plentywood. Mrs.
Bolster will undergo a major op
eration at the Mercy hospital,
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Michels :
and son returned Wednesdav from
Valley City, where Mr. Michels
went to ge tills wife and baby sor
born October 12th. They contin
ued on to their home on the Res
ervation Wednesday,
Miss Blanche Lee. state demon
str ation leader from Bozeman, and
M iss Henrietta Crockett. State
from Helena, arrived Wed-j
nesdav in this dty. A meeting
to be held today (Friday) at the
County Agent's office for the pur
if organizing a Home De
monstration Councü. Mrs. Croc
wül give a demonstration on
the care of the sick and household
emergencies,
Paska Popesku. Jack Dwyer, A.
q Amundson, Pete Aklestad and
c R Kienast wül leave Saturday
^ tTaiR -for White fish and sur
c0 " ,r ' the
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We have for sale toe N* 18-37-54, Raymond, Montana. Crop
payment terms wfll be granted to purchaser who will arrangï o
tc live on the farm. Nearly all is good tillable land, Imfle < !
fro® school. ^ ^
Far any Wml .f INSURANCE eaO « writ* ««r Bffke. "
Fa D. Morck Agency
For 18 years in Sheridan County *
Montana y
Plentywood
WOLF CREEK
Jasper Phelps was a caller at
the Cowan and Ulrich homes ko
nes<iay afternoon. j
Miu Hatfie i d 0 f Navajo made a>
short visit at the Maclnnes home
Wedneaday as he was returning,
from a v4it at his father's place
on the reservation.
Wm. Cromwell made a short call
Tht Girls 4_ H Sewing Club met
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Mrf
M r. and Mrs. >f ea I Pake visited
^ Mr and Mrs McCallister
Sunday
M McCallister was a caller at
the Wm Oomwell home Sunday
evening.
j ames Cowan was a business
ca n er at Redstone Monday. Jim
pot with his truck.
j oe Lukovitz of the Reservation
wen - ^ Redstone Monday.
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Born, to Mr. and Mrs. S. Hall on
Thursday, Oct. 31st, a daughter.
Mrs. Floyd Deal of the nortn
country boarded the train Tuesday
evening for Ambrose, X. D., where
she will enter the hospital for
medical attention.
Luther Hultgren came up from
Crosby, X. D., Tuesday and spent
a few hours in town.
The members of the Auxiliary
and their husbands met at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Berg
Thursday evening. _
! On Friday evening our girls wül
play their first game of basket
ball with the Comertown team,
Edna Hawbecker, who teaches at
Outlook, spent the week end with
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. Haw
B Larsen and Paul Hultgren
drove to Crosby Friday with a
truck load of meat and other pro
WESTBY
[visions for the new store at Cros-j
spending about fourteen hours j
;0 n the road.
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aT1 waa
^ed a t ^is time
^ Henrietta Getsinger of
with Mrt. Chrirt WTtomMO.
ß Wednesday foi
, Jordan, Mont. to sp^d X winler
^ teaching
Wlie - wno u ieacnmg
* Mr! and Mrs. Melvin Rongstad
yi^ted Fridav evening at \lex Pat
a. en. mg at Alex a
A dance was held at Sunnv Hill
^ j ^ Saturday night.'
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Jane Cole and Mane Christensen
were on the sick list last week and
Jn \f b ° ^ * v
. Martin Gnffm returned to his
) i,
_Jr"! vis.tor in thu
H^r cSrSho has been work
burned to his home here W^dnes
dft _
QUTTMEYER
Mrs. Mike Hoff was taken bo
the Grenora hospital Sunday suf
fering from an acute attack of
However, the attack
DALEVIEW
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the* rick"^l^^S^week^ WM ^
Louis, Effie and Ernest Desonia
and Beaumont were Dale
v ew ra ]] Prg Thur«dav
Mrs Thomas Harrington was an
overnight visitor at the W. L. Ross
home here Fridav niirht
Sen Harm?? i^ stennine in
town PridïT PP g "
w L Ro ^ s wa _ a Daleview vis .
; t o r Pridav
v« A T. De«onia. who has
beer vising vrito h^r daughto^
Mrs. Elmer Chaffee and family at
Outlook for toe nato week '
t™«* to w home her. S.twd.y
evening
The first basketball game of the
reason was plaved at Redtone Sat
urdav ni e ht between Daleview and
Redstone. The score was IS to 7 \
hi favor of Daleview.
Henrv Desonia was a Daleview
visitor Saturdav night,
Joe Hurst was a visitor in this
village Sund a v.
«™ Ss SÜT* " ith
Karl Bar.tr was '
friends here Sunday,
Glen Harms
shopper Monday.
re
calling on
a Daleview
Plentywood
Flour
$ 3.50
Per Hundred
The 1929 Wheat Crop
makes the best flour
money can buy.
Plentywood
Milling Co.
Moore Brother,
Tom — Matt — (V.
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Thrill to the theme of a great
brother love.
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Here s y o n r
chance to learn
abou t men—or at
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They both got what they wanted—te
after they had gone throogh the mat m
series of events ever pictured. See 6s i
tale that sweeps you on a wave of la
from a New York apartment to a Pari t
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JJNTVERSAL'S sieantic singing and
^ picture, in which have been combined
tnance, color, sweep and drama of Edna ^ er ^ er J
and the sensational musical hits of the Ziegido
production sung by famous Ziegfeld stars
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You will see and hear Helen Morgan sing®? ■
and Can's Help Loving That Man:
singing "Old Man River;'' Aunt Jemima and „ ^
feld Plantation Singers rendering Hey. Jj e . A r
Come On, Folks'' — music from the
New York stage production, the h*rics of "
written by Oscar Hammerstein II, and the ©0*^
rome Kern.
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You will see and hear th cromance of the
by a stellar cast beaded by Laura
Schildkraut, Qfas Harlan, Alma Rubens. Emtv
Jane La Verne and hundreds of others
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You will witness the beginning of a New Era •
tainment! COME!
Sun«*
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NOVEMBER 17-18 andJi

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