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legal NOTICES
creditors
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f the Estate of
t, the *Ä_ tMA N. Deceased.
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HEREBY GIVEN,
KOTlCh * j-pgd Arthur C.
kT à* Jminis'rator with the
prick« 011 - a< \ f t }j e estate of Hen
fjl An neX deceased, to the
Horsîma • ^ persons hav
^ aeainst the said de
«cl^^it them with the
0 /fb t0 e VPU chers within four
the first publication
ronth- 3 ice> t0 the said Arthur
^ •/on at his office in the
Û pipntvwood, Montana.
ÖP °iPTHÛR C. ERICKSON,
Administrator.
December 21. 1929.
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HEREBY GIVEN
1 judgment and
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TO
notice
D»ted
IM*
üonCE OF DISSOLUTION
•^PARTNERSHIP
notice
fl* b !f die District Court of the
jjcial District of the State
fia, maud for the County
JSä in an action between
* W Kannmg and Paul H.
' *• plaintiffs, and Louis
as defendant, asking
j_ Kannuig, «»» no-oart
1er the d jf S r 0 p L ore exiting ? be
SfflieSld parties, co-parlners
"S.tf Brothers, the said co
uKannug " . , i .j nd
juttenkp was dul> dissolved
Kk NOTIFIED of the dis
hrhn of said co-partnership,
Sre exiting, under the firm
Ä style of "Fanning Bro
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'Sited this 18th day of Decern
UAl
IS
fcr. 1929
Henry W. Fanning,
Paul H. Kanning.
Howard M. Lewis,
Attorney for said Plaintiffs,
plentywood, Montana.
Jir«t Publication Jan. 3, 1930.
lift publication, Jan. 24, 1930.
Missoula—UP—^Relieve it or not,
I new year was ushered in to the
hue of much farming activity in
I Bitter Root Valley as ranchers took
1 »dvantage of comparatively warm
leather to plow fields for spring
crops. While other sections of
Krthem United States were snow
tad, these western Montana far
j ner? were as busy as
been in the midst of the growing
[season.
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PROFESSIONAL
DIRECTORY
CM. HALL, M. D.
PHYSICIAN tad SURGEON
Office Phone 188
(Formerly Dr. Robb's Office)
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^I r and Mrs. Hans Hanson re
turne d from the Twin Cities Friday
w here they had spent the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Laugen en
j oyed a v isit of Mrs. Laugen's sis
ter and brother-in-law from Mo
ha |j a f ew days 0 f this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lillethun
and and little son spent Wednes
day w ith friends at McElroy.
^iss Hanna Ekners, who teach
eg near Alkabo returned to her
du tj es Saturday after spending the
holiday vacation at the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Ek
ners near the Canadian boundary.
Mrs. Vandemark was a passen
^ er to Crosby on Wednesday eve
n } n j, £ or dental work.
j Mr. and Mrs. Peter Nelson en
tertained a company of friends at
their home Wednesday evening.
The Misses Brathold, Huss Ans
berger and Freeberg, Mr. Steen
and Scaron, all instructors in our
I school, arrived Saturday ready to
take up the work for the remain
| d <* of the school term
Mr. and Mrs. C. L, George and
family, Mr. Holt and Mr. Skelten
were dinner guests at the John
Rohweder home Wednesday even
ing.
.
L "ther Hultgren was a passen
Bar to Crosby Wednesday evening
Mr - and Mrs. S. Hall entertained
a lar * e number of friends at the
Painters Hotel on New Years Eve.
A m , os . t e ">°y ab ' a 1 eveni "? "? s
spent together while awaiting the
and,^» Year> a(tM . wUch Mrs s Hall
i served a most delicious luncheon,
Mr. and Mrs. B. Larsen were
b ? sts ^ a 'company of friends at
dm . ne , r Wednesday evening
A bridge crew for the Soo line
j ? re here f ' or tbe P^pose of mak
mg some repairs and improve
ments on the depot. However, they
j found Monday too cold, so they
I were compelled to lay off on that
day - .
Miss Marjorie Allen, who is a
nurse at Minot, has returned to
her work in that city after a
week's vacation with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Skeels.
Edna Hawbecker returned to her
school at Outlook Saturday.
Agnes Juve of the North coun
try is visiting Marjorie Enger this
week.
Clara Christof ferson returned to
her school near Fortuna Saturday,
j Word has reached us that a baby
I son of John Field died last week,
The child had suffered from
eon
vulsions which is said to
; caused his death.
Mr. and Mrs. Truman Stageberg
visited relatives in Colgan on
New Year's Day. ^
Clara Felland, teacher near Am-1
have
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brose. häs returned to her duties
a the / J? as vacation.
ilr. and Mrs. Christ Nelson an d
son Lloyd, Mr. and Mrs. Peter
Nelson, Mr. and Mrs, Walter Olson
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Anton
Nelson and Agnes Juve were din
ner guests at the Otto Enger home
Friday eve.
Rev. Sands conducted a service
at the Hammer home in Westby
on New Year's day.
Rev. Henninger of Danville
drove in to Westby Sunday. But
the weather being very stormy he
decided to remain in town until
Monday.
ARCHER
Miss Rogne, who has spent the
Christmas vacation enjoying the
warm gentle breezes at her home
in North Dakota, has now return
ed and has resumed teaching at
the Lee school.
It has been reported that the
Ladies' Aid of Archer will meet at
the Ed Lee home on Wednesday,
January 15 in the afternoon. Ev
erybody is welcome.
Albert Almberg drove the fresh
air taxi for one trip from Ben
Moe's to Archer one day last week.
He says Emus Jones may drive it
irom now on. *
N. M. Almberg and Ben Moe are
quite busy nowadays figuring out
the fine points and plays in whist
since their unexpected defeat on
Dec. 29 and 30 by A. Almberg and
A. Knudsen. That's right boys,
throw out your chests and say it
can't be done again.
This nice weather we have been
having has brought out quite a few
bachelors, but most likely they
have seen their shadow and have
gone back in their holes again for
5 how many weeks it's hard to say.
Lawrence Leader is busy these
days hauling straw and doing other
; chores. Lawrence must be happy
tbo as be can straw and sing:
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"In the good old summer time,'
without stopping for breath.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lee were vis
itors at the Christ Knudsen home
on Thursday.
The Archer school opened again
Thursday, Jan. 2 after a Christ
mas vacation of about 10 days.
Ed., Adolph, Eddie and William
Lee called at the O. Erickson home
Thursday evening. Several games
of whist were played as well as
listening in on a good radio pro
Sag
KM3
gram. Before going home Ed. ask
ed A. Almberg to play a few se
dM,'p"aying "TuVkey to the Straw"
"Arkansas Traveler'- and "Every
ktokto y g 0 my C0 d"aw g t °ar^Zl.'? 0U ^.
Emil Moe called at the Fred Lee
T Friday * I
Qn^ en ^i Jeader Vlslted at Erick ' I
nn P 5 d ?t . A1U a,
Otto Erickson and Albert Aim
berg visited at the Fred Lee home '
Friday evening The time was
spent playing whist and listening
l the i rad1 ?' Several selections
were played on the violin accom
P^JVrJ 1 by \ h , e P iano -
bert Almberg has a sore ;
tnroat. He says he doesn't know;
ow he got it if it wasn't from ;
drinking too much "cold milk.'' |
who LTfîî th A t ^ 1Sr> S f rV ® ny >
who teaches the Archer school is
on the sick list.
Among those who were Plenty
wood callers from this precinct on
Saturday were Alfred Knudsen,
Roy Mann, Lawrence and Henry
Leader and Otto Erickson.
HENDRICKSENVILLE
T. J, Chellew and Miss Mary
Hale were callers at Chester Eide's
on New Years.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hendrick
son entertained the following fam
ilies last Sunday: Mr. and Mrs.
Pierre Muller and family, M. and
Mrs. F. W. Schaumkessel and fam
ily and Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Rasmus
sen and family, and Miss Alphild
Engstrom.
Albert Muller took a week off
and went visiting with some of his
immediate friends—where, we do
not know,
Carl Schaumkessel has been en
joying a little luck this winter. So
far he has caught one badger, two
weasels and about 50 rabbits.
Louis Gladue and his cousin An
drew Gladue were Saturday eve
ning callers at Hendrickson's the
main event being whist.
A bunch of Christmas Fools sur
prised Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoffelt
last Friday evening, refreshments
were served and dancing and card
playing were kept up till the wee
Hours of Saturday morning. Every
body reported a good time and
wished the host a very happy New
Year. *
Harris Hendrickson received the
bid for coal hauling for Dist. No.
11. Here's hoping it's nice and cold
when he hauls it!
;
Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Bolyard en
tertained Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ty
or, Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Tyler,
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Tyler and Stan
ley, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ol
son and little son at dinner Sun
day evening.
John Olson made a business trip
to Plentywood Monday.
Mrs. McNeil spent Tuesday in
Homestead at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Casper.
Baxter Larson returned home
from Scobey Saturday, where he
has been visiting for the past
week with relatives.
Anna Bolen of Froid spent Sat
urday and Sunday with her grand
parents Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Roy.
Arnold Johnson left New Year's
Day for Helena where he entered
the Veterans' Hospital for treat
ment.
The baby son of Mr. and Mrs.
Dan Masters died of pneumonia at
the Williston hospital early last
week.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Masters re
turned home from Williston last
Tuesday.
Ted Grovom returned home from
Park River, N. D., where he has
been spending the first part of the
winter visiting relatives.
An eight-pound baby girl was
born to Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Mc
Nally January 2nd, at Froid.
Irving Sell returned to Mitchell,
S. Ö., Friday to resume his work
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HOMESTEAD
The Ladies' Aid held their
, nual lutefisk supper in the church
j b a sement Saturday, January
It was pronounced a huge success.
A crowd of over a hundred turned
an
4th.
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vacation* to s ^f n ' lmp his Christmas j
this city 8 parental home I
The iùbert Watt family moved
to Scobpv Mnnt tv;j„.
Tfihri Hat, , vX X* fÎTto
as Relie/ Aa&rt 'flSke
for th* nnPf 1 at M f dlcme ^,
™ r ., the past two weeks > returned
Htdert fmm
Me^itoe "Slatoday To S
^ Bert '' and" Stoart '" cïbba^'and
Prank JohnsonTok a bTch of
£SJ '° ^
Rube Gmnlie made a business
trip to Medicine Lake Monday.
Mrs - George Parks of Park Riv
«. N. D - ar rived here to visit her
father. Mr, Nels Grovom. who has
been ill since November.
Emily Bradsho of Bainville, who
has been visiting at the Knudtson
home, returned to her home Sat
urday.
Hallas and Alton Waller return
ed to Poplar Saturday after ^iav
i ng spent their Christmas vacation
with their brothers Sander and My
ron.
HOMESTEAD SCHOOL NOTES
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_ Dor ^ Stanek visited school last
T^sday afternoon
,. G ady .® ^aUer and Delia Espe
llen scho ° l after '
no ° n< , ,
L Mayb ^ e * D .°^ thy * Willis, and
George Watt left school last week.
They move to Scobey.
his home Thursday and Friday of
last week by illness. His classes
were token care of by Miss Ford
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AJMiELOfE
The last day of the year, Joe
Christianson was in town and went
to Uientywood between trains.
Mrs. Bell and Mrs. Stoen were
county seat visitors on the 31st.
Mr. O'Donald came home Janu
ary 1st from the Memorial hospi
tal, where he has been receiving
vieatment tor a broken leg.
Two sleigh loads, consisting of
the Stuarts, Richard Graysons, Er
nest Graysons, Geo. Graysons and
Dave Bertilson, Bill Grayson ana
Amos Hanson drove out to the
home of E. Bertilson to celebrate
New Year's Day.
After spending his vacation at
his home, Vernon Hoven left New
Year's Day to resume his studies
at the University in Missoula.
Olaf Arneklev and sister Ruth
visited wtih Plentywood friends on
New Year's Day.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blackmore
entertained Mr. and Mrs. R. Clark
a*^ family and Mr. and Mrs. Alf.
Hoven and son Joe at dinner on
January 1st.
Thursday, Kenneth Olson
came from Coalridge and was a
guest of Gordon Hoven until next
day when he boarded the train for
his home at Havre.
The Sons of Norway Lodge
members held their regular meet
ing Thursday* evening.
Mrs. Jesse Clark spent the hours
between trains in the county seat
January 2nd.
J. J. Courtney, Chas. McLaugh
lin, and Gunder Hovitt transact
ed business in Plentywood Thurs
day.
Clarence Peterson arrived home af
On January 3rd, Mr. and Mrs.
ter a visit with relatives in Sco
bey over the holidays.
Miss Effie Albins, a niece of
Mrs. Jenson, who visited her aunt
and family, left Friday for her
home in Sidney.
Miss Mabel Ueland returned
home from
where she has spent some time
with friends.
The teachers who arrived Satur
day to begin duties in the various
schools were: Miss Helen Miller of
the Reitan school, Mr. Lang from
Wolf Point of the Antelope 7th
and 8th grades, Miss Schultz of the
5th and 6th grades. Miss Rahm of
the 3rd and 4th grades is ill in
hospital in Minneapolis and Miss
Rosella Rorvig is substituting for
a while.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Glaze of Med
icine Lake came by sleigh to visit
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Glaze from Friday to Saturday.
Geo. Sandy and Gordon Grims
rud went to Plentywood Friday.
The Selmar Thorson family, who
have spent two weeks on their
farm, moved back into town for
school.
Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson re
turned to their home in town
Reserve Saturday,
Sunday, a ft ep visiting two weeks
j . .' lr folks near Dagmar. Sev- 1
with thelL ^ 001 Cam6
Sfltnrrio i
Fnwn W3S a bus y da y in 0Ur
loads of 6Ver ? 1 farmers brought in
ith ° f , Sram and many come in
with their young people who stay
er«? ram at ] en ding school, and oth- ;
sSopphJ. the " Sual
caffro^Ptont ""d *f jV 1
week end at Äme of Mr
turned^ Ä "*
A large^numTr^o/ 'ndehbors
met at Mr. and Mrs Art Christian
son's east 0 f Anteione Saturdav
night for a sodS toS? «fîSttiï
and dancing 1 * 1 tmg
Sunday and Mondav wp bad an
other severe blizzard and ™ld
spell.
Miss Harvey Hedges came home
Mondav from Mirl! b £ me
he has been attending P °school for
about two months
On Tuesday Mr H N Dam.
strom returned from Wolf Point
where he Svi .S *'
Having spent about three weeks
with rplatiJpc „„aV• j • ,
" Io , wa '
Miss E^Sph T
ted ^ the home
Momlavnnt^T ^ ei L f l°"î
returned from u fl f m
^tunoed f,rom h,sr 1borne a it Madoc,
and went to Albert Lind
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The high school boys and the
men's town teams will play basket
ball Friday night, Jan. 10th.
Our local barber, Mr. Hanson,
was snowbound out on the farm
with his brother until Tuesday
Dave Bertilson tended shop in his
absence. "
Here's wishing success to the
Snowmobile! If you wish a ride,
see Messrs. Gust and Oscar Lee.'
RESERVE
Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson were
guests at the Everson home Thurs
day evening.
Miss Vesta Hanson of Plenty
wood was a guest at the Gibbons
home last Thursday and Friday.
Mrs. Lars Angvick is reported
to be seriously ill.
Peter Groskurth is on the sick
list this week suffering from
attack of pneumonia.
Mr. and Mrs. Hans Larsen and
Andrew were guests at the Gibbons
home last Sunday evening to a six
o'clock dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Bromberg of
Scohey are guests at the Axel
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Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Christensen
withTeläti^, Â.Î f f W . daï3
witxi relatives 3iid friends in town.
Mr - and Mrs - Jim Evenson ETC
in Minneapolis this week attending
the funeral of Mr. Evenson's
ter.
Miss Wesner of Medicine Lake
CktÄ °' Mari<m
The regular mceting *> f «* C»m
Club Was hc,d ™ s ^
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bouse las * Thursday evening was
f?ccessful affair. Carl Holje, pres
^ ° f - the Club ' presented sever
al prominent people of the county
who each deliv ered a short talk
an appropriate subject. Mr.
Ferguson, County Agent, and Miss
? anson eacb * ave very interesting
, talks ,on advancement of Agricul
A UrC a ? d 4 'o H or K anization - Ears
Angvick, State Representative,
gave a shi0rt but ver y amusing talk
on & ei } era * matters. Mr. Rice
spoke interestingly on the Book of
Solomon - . A ,very delicious dinner
was served by Mrs. Vilen and
Mrs. Strandskov with Birdie Ber
* en as assistant. The hall
beautifully decorated with the ool
or s of the Club.
done by tbe Misse s Murk and Wes
ner assisted b Messr Ka]lak d
Danielsen Over ninetvVuPst« wpfp
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The annual banquet of the Com
mercial Club, held in the school
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The work was
musk of the Vesêrte ^ orchTrta'
Brucp Heodpr<?or> nc
C op for the quadrilles. Carl Peter
strategy for a few
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.f? ext Saturday night the Club
, ! , put on a dance for the benefit
of t ne concern and another one is
|™^uuled for Saturday night, Jan.
25th> . Tbls , wiI1 be arranged and
supervised by the Scotch of the
to ™ celebrate the anniversary
^ Kobert Bums that night. Hlach
? { tb ese dances will be serenaded
by the Reserve musicians.
The Wakea Club held its regu
lar meeting at the Jacobsen home,
Mrs. H. P. Madsen acting as assist
ant hostess. Mrs. Cross gave a
most interesting talk on the sub
ject of the pupil and parent-teach
er relationship. The February
meeting will be held at the Eids
ness home February 6th.
James Connole returned last
Saturday from Butte, where he has
been spending a month with rela
tives and friends.
Miss Olive Eidsness spent a part
of her Christmas vacation at the
Leon Albert home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kallak and
two children returned from Glas
gow Saturday. They had been
spending the Holidays at the Hun
tlt ° me j
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Peterson en
tertained a number of friends last
dtoSSSe" 1 *" Wit " CardS a,,d ra '
cn£ta and d MrS -, Vire ° Str T dSkOT ,
entertained a large number of
friends at a beautifully appointed
seven o'clock dinner Saturday ev
ening. Whist was the diversion
of the occasion..
Olvin and Earl Holje returned to
New Rorkford Monday evening af
ter spending two weeks holiday at
their home here.
Mrs. Martin Jeppson, accompa
nied by Marian Murk, spent
days with her husband at Froid.
Ella Wessner from Medicine
Lake spent Thursday and Friday
as the guest of Marian Murk.
Marian Murk was an overnight
piest Friday at the Wessner home
in Medicine Lake.
sever
Greetings
The directors and officers
of the First National Bank
of Reserve wish you a hap
py and most prosperous
New Year.
We appreciate the patron
age of our many custom
ers and hope that we have
been able to render a ser
vice that justified their
confidence in us.
The First National Bank of Reserve
Reserve, Montana
A Progressive Bank in a Thriving Community
PAGE SEVEN
Julia Aasved, Marian Murk,
Margie and Norma Peterson wiü
return to school at Medicine Lake
1 Monday
Martin Jeppson, accompanied by
,, „ , uaugmcr.
Mrs. Martin Jeppson and daugh
b° ok * n * be Sons of Norway
dance and supper at Froid Monday
night.
Conrad—Convinced that weeds
must be controlled if crops are to
thrive, Pondera county is conduct
ing what is believed to be the most
extensive weed eradication cam
paign in the state. Farmers, land
owners, officials and irrigation
project managers cooperated in an
effort to stem the advance of noxi
ous weeds during the past year.
The campaign will be continued in
1930.

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