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FridaV
local
business visit«
Monday.
Outlook was a via
a plentywood
Raymond Mon
Poplar was a Sunday
the A C. Erickson home
was a
Bd
from
Ma*
or
her«
itor
was
from
Hannah
caller
Ed.
business
daf.
Bd. S»«
visitor a*
in this city
, cmirtney was here from
J * C ioSS visit hvr par
, and shop
zsrssi s«
j seat.
Mr«
Antelope
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
and shopping
«Sr»»«
E. M. Krost is at
matters on the
in
Warden
business
this week.
Lund. Reserve banker, was
u caller in the
Game
tending
Mam ime
Official business
»n capital Monday.
COUn X mit o ft own shoppers from
Tv Tueàay were Mr. and Mrs.
jg? Hunter of Dooley,
and Mrs. Steve s
congratulations
Sunday. March 23rd.
ctewart. Melvin Evenson and
- „erron were among Riymond
JjJSTfor court Wednesday.
Goodman . .
this week, having had
d on Saturday.
to
Sleight are
on a fine
Mr.
receiving
born
Jack u
son
a patient at
I
Henry
•he hospiw
{•is tonsils remove ||iü|
H D Moore and Mary Sue
»cH at the James Moore home at
uSäe Lake Monday and Tuesday
Ur« William Davies returned to
. ;Tnme at Scobey Monday after
&n S b«' • I"««, of Mr». R. B.
SSwn tor several days
Wr a nd Mrs. Ole Wold and daugh
•" in from their home
Mrs.
Dazny were
Outlook country Monday to
Dagny had dental work
'•■r
in the
ghop
attended to.
Miss
Johnsons Store News
ready-to-wear gives us
many surprises
When we speak of Ready-to
have touched on one
wear we
of fashions most favored sub
jects. Ou mew dresses are good
examples of the many new cre
ations genius has to offer.
Come in and see their beauty
for yourself.
With your new dress you will
want one of our slenderizing
corsets. They are the famous
Jackson and College Girl. Nuff
sed.
JOHNSON'S STORE
The Important Reason
CATS and oils are not digested
* like starches or proteins, they
must first be emulsified in the
body before they can be utilized
as nourishment.
SCOTT'S EMULSION
. ,-1 • a-/* ii_
is pure cod-liver oil scientifically
emulsified— prepared for easy
and ranid diapatinn hint m
*na rapid aiuestion, lust as
Nature provides emulsified fat
dfTSk
jnj|
Jjjt
in milk
Thit it tht important reason
uhy the cod-liver oil you
takt—thould be emulsified —
dtould be Scott'» Emulsion.
Hcottà Bowne, Bloomfield, N.J. 30-4
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PROFESSIONAL
DIRECTORY
DR. W. D. ROY
DENTIST
Pbim* Ilf
Plent y wi
HOWARD M. LEWIS
lawyer
A. C. ERICKSON
Attorney-at-Law
in all Courts
PWvwood Montana
J. G. DEBING
Abstracter
PLENTYWOOD abstract
company
BuiUin
Plentywood
Johnson THE Abstractman
5®EWDAN county
ABSTRACT COMPANY
Abstract* ~ 1
rtsntywood, Montana
of Title
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Paml e8s System of
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WERSON-NELSON
(INCORPORATED)
er«
MORTUARY
Most Completely
Equipped Funeral Par
lor in Eastern Montana
:
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CHAPEL
:
AUTO HEARSE
R. G. Tyler was looking after
business affairs in the city Wednes
day.
Win. Hass of the Outlook
was attending court here
day.
country
Wednes
Mr. and Mrs. George Ehrhardt
were visitors here Wednesday from
Dooley.
Mrs. X. K. Markuson was a shop
ping visitor in this city Thursday
between trains.
Lionel Opgrande wais a visitor
here from Medicine Lake Wednesday
and Thursday.
Britt Chandler of Dooley has been
in Plentywood this week, taking in
the court session.
Bert Lenniger was among those
from Westby attending the
session this week,
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Griff of Welli
ver have been visiting friends and
attending court this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Hjaalmer Thoreson
were shoppers in Plentywood Satur
day from their home near Antelope.
Miss Marie Rosseau, who repre
sents the United States Building &
Loan Company of Butte, was a call
er here this week.
Miss Imelda Darby, who teaches
the Folsom school south of
was shopping in Plentywood Satui
day.
court
town,
Mrs. W. W. Frank and Mrs. Frank
Loucks of Dooley were visitors at
the Louche and Brockley homes
Monday.
Mrs. H. Hendrickson was a shop
per here from Antelope Thursday.
She also visited her sister, Mrs. D.
M. Ziebarth.
William McCauley,
formerly of
the McNulty precinct, and now liv
ing at Havre, was in Plentywood
this week visiting friends.
John Campbell and Hans Sten
seth and family were here Wednes
day from Dooley shopping and at
tending to business interests.
Bert Lynn and
daughter Luella Mae of Williston
Sundayed at the Plentywood Hotel
ae guests of Mrs. Hunt and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gray and Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Grant, who live in
the vicinity of Redstone, were shop
ping in the county seat Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs.
Don't forget Kelly Springfield
Tire contest in last two issues. Send
in words by April 18th.
Quaker State OH best money can
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buy. Tire Shop.
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel States and
mother were among
local stores Tuesday
Mr. State's
shoppers in
from Redstone,
Miss Elenore Stambaugh, teacher
of the Corkery school north of Ray
mond. spent the week end with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Stam
baugh.
Miss Bessie Pace went to Wolf
Creek Saturday to visit at
home over Sunday,
teaches the Jackson school east
town.
N. K. Markuson of Medicine Lake
and George Epier of Williston were
here Wednesday,
same day for Dooley to attend to
business matters.
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Nelson and
son and son of the Raymond coun
try were visiting at the
home north of town Saturday,
also did some shopping.
John Verling, who is employed at
Medicine Lake, spent Sunday with
his family. Mrs. Verling and child
ren expect to move to Medicine Lake
within a short time.
her
Miss Pace
of
They left the
Strubeck
and
Dr. Logan, Livingston
in Optometry, will
without drugs at Hotel Plentywood,
Friday, April 11th. I
Specialist
examine eyes
Strictly profes
sional service in glasses.
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Marius Madsen, farmer of the
Coalridge country, was looking af
ter business matters and visiting his
brother, Niels Madsen, clerk and re
corder.
Monday. Miss Clara Onstad
turned from Missoula to visit for a
few days with her parents. Clara is
! a Sophomore at the State Universl
| ty.
, v - l. coiiins of aRymond was
£, ere Wednesday visiting his son.
Eugene, who has been ill with
monta for several days.
I writing he is much improved.
Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Matkin_
son, Merritt and Mr. and Mrs. Por
res t Matkin and daughter Mary Lou
visited at the J. D. Matkin home
Saturday, and also were shopping.
A son was born Saturday to Mr.
and Mrs. Lare Larsen of Dagmar,
Saturday evening, March 22nd. The
little babe lived only a few hours.
The funearl was held here Monday.
Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs.
Harbo were arrivals on the
from Froid. __
the same day while Mr. Harbo stay
ed over to take In the
Union meeting,
SAINT PAUL'S BUILDING PRO
GRAM FOR 1930 and 1931 has
ready reached the $50,000,000 mark,
most of which adjoins the location
of HOTEL JEWELL. 17 E. 5th St.,
THE PLACE TO STOP.
Mrs. F. J. Schilling and two-year
old daughter, Billy, left last Thurs
day for their home at Comertown.
Little Billy had been a patient at
the hospital several days while re
ceiving treatment for an attack of
pneumonia.
ro

pneu
At this
and
Roald
train
Mrs. Harbo returned
Farmers
al
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James, Charlie, and Archie Barter,
T. H. A. Ross and Anton and Cash
mere Melle, all of the Outlook-Ray
mond country were attending tc
business Interests In the county seat.
James Larter took his car home
which had been stored here since the
big snow storm In November.
A. F. Ziebarth of Plentywood, J.
A. Morin of Redstone, Emil C. Um
breit of Medicine Lake, C. A. Fos
ter of Antelope. Nels Olson of Out
look and A. E Jensen of Dagmar,
who have been chosen field asses
sors for this county met with the
county commissioners Tuesday af
ternoon.
Mns. Jesse Hedges, Mrs. Alfred
Hoven, Mrs. Hjalmer Thoreson and
Mrs. Berg, 4-H Club leaders of An
telope, and Mrs. Martin Nelson and
Miss Carla Neriaon met with Mias
Vrone, Aasistant State Club leader,
at the B. G. Perguaon home Satur
day afternoon. Mhss Vrone lead the
diacusaion of new material and In
struction which will be of great
benefit to the leaders. A group of
the younger girls have organized re
cently with Mrs. B. Q. Ferguson as
their leader.
CHURCH NOTES
LUTHERAN CHUBCH
A. M. Egge, Pastor.
Sunday school at 10 A. M.
Services at Dooley at 11 o'clock.
The confirmation class meets af
tpp fhp sprvirp
ServlcfS Raymond at 3:00 o'clock
P. M.
Sunday, March 6th
Divine worship at Plentywood
11 A. M. „ „
Services at Outlook at 2:30 P.
and at Antelope at 7:30 P. M.
Joint home mission meeting "'d
pastoral conference will be held
Plentywood the first three days
April with three sessions dally, pas
toral conference in the forenoons
10 A. M. The afternoons will be
\/dcigty\
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Dinner Guests—
The Misses Vesta Hanson,
and Vrone were six
, Word
guests of Mr. and M°rs, °R G^Fer
guson Saturday evening, rer
Dinner Guests at
Christensen Home—
Mrs. Marie Christensen had as
guests at dinner Sunday at two o'
clock Mr. and Mrs. Chris Lindorf
and family. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Ras
tSTStaS! 4 famlly and Mrs - Chrte -
Dinner Bridge Club—
The Dinner Bridge Club was pleas
antly entertained at one o'clock lun
£t e her P ï day by Mrs - C - C- Johnlton
tahiA H hom ®; Appointments and
table decorations were prettily car
for d hi^h ln b,Ue and white - Honors
Mrs h E H SC F re w y ere awa rded
<5 H ' e - Helgeson and Mrs. E.
b. Köter received second. Mrs. W
E. Stegner and Mrs. T. H. E Heleo
son were honor guests. ' 6
to
Mrs. Saxton Hostess
to Harmony Club—
***?• Nell i e Saxton entertained the
members of her club at her anari
ments above her beauty shop Thurs
*ZZ Vening - T or brid K e - Mrs. E. R.
V\ hue received a prize for hiirh
score and Mrs. A. F Ziebarth mtSt
SSS™ t '«V lil*h Koïs A
aaint> Iwo-courB»
serv-ed by the hostess'
clock.
luncheon
was
at eleven o'
Mrs, J. G, VerUng
Hostess at Bridg
v^r d r sday ® venin s Mrs. j.
\ erliitg was hostess at bridge
WtthMrs' H T D° M bles Were in play
prize «nH M D - M ? ore winning first
A. An ".ev^ ,n Ä
very dainty lun ch. Thl ïua«TSUî
Pranci's'^McNulty 1 Mrs HaMÙ D™'
a.d»o„, Mr., c/p.^ ls S"
as. Ferguson, Mrs. A. J
and Miss Ann Weinschrott.
G.
at
Moore
Mrs. Baesa Honored
On Birthday—
Njt!T d Mis« t x? ne .°' clock - Miss Arna
S'* a ' p Mi J 1 S Mmnic Dytste and Miss
excelW 8 ^' Wer * hostesses at an
Mr. and Mrs. w. E sten-n».
Entertain At Dinner-- *
Corsages of
dies and i—
men made very attractive favors
W F at Wh,oh Mr - and Mrs
™;.. E / tegner were h o R t and hostess
SS L e K ne at •'■'" K ? 6 "
F wir B - Bu "' Mr - and Mrs E H
Mr - " a g ?:
sweet peas for the la
green carnations for
the
m t
NOTICE TO OWNERS
VEHICLES
dz Äh '«« y
OP MOTOB
dispfay P i 93 o ed n° n the h . lKhw «ys must
and rear Hcense p,ates in front
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HANS P. MADSEN. Sheriff.
voted to the discussion of the con
SorJÎ^ „ tOP 4£ : T hp Di vlne Call
J, The first session will ho
held Tuesday afternoon. April 1st at
, • with the openiner sermon
preached by Rev. Sluqeiand ■
gow. Special services with -,
music at the evening sessions
ginning at 7:30 P. M.
i.i2à he * fo J ,owin e Pastors are sched
u!ed to be present: District Presi
M V s £ ind lov, Spokane, Dr. C.
t>. B. Hoel of Minneapolis, O J. Ha
|« n ® f Culbertson. W. I. Aamoth
Froid, M. T. Jenson of Ophelm. R.
L. Slmonsen of Scobey. D. Svennug
aPn Sandy O. R. Tollefsen
of Wolf Point. O. J. Engh of Joplin.
O. J. Norem of Hogeland, Rev. H.
O. Svare of Minneapolis. Also Rev
S. J. Prethelm of Scarvllle, Iowa
who for ten years served as pioneer
pastor in this territory. His form
er parishioners will be glad to learn
of his coming and will avail them
selves of the opportunity to
and hear him again.
A cordial invitation is extended to
the members of our neighboring con
gregations and others to attend this
meeting, it Is open to all, full of In
terest to all, both young and all.
Your attendance will perhaps
more to you than you realize,
will bring you In touch with fellow
workers in the Kingdom, give added
strength and enthusiasm for the
Lord's work and stimulate love tor
the tasks which often seem so hard
and difficult. Remember the dates:
April 1-2-3 and come. Welcome.
Rt. Rev. A. M. Sklndlov, president
of The Rocky Mountain District, ex
pects to preach in the Westby
charge Sunday, March 30, ats fol
lows: At Westby at 10:30 A. M.
A union service for the Lone Tree
and Pleasant Valley congregations
will be held in the Pleasant Valley
Church at 2.30 P. M.
The evening service will be held
at Comertown at 7:30 P. M. A cor
dial invitation is extended to all to
attend these services.
to
of Glas
speclal
be
Of
meet
mean
It
ill cimiSI
yi
Announcement
Due to the fact that our
present offer of stock has
been over-subscribed, no
further orders for stock will
be accepted after the close
of business on March 31st,
at
M.
at
of
at
1930.
Minnesota Northern
Power Company
Plentywood Radio Notes
The Plentywood Radio Club now
has a man out with a tester going
from house to house to test each
and every piece of electrical appar
atus being operated in the city. Ev
eryone will be notified in writing
just what apparatus is found defec
tive. Radio dealers have been re
quested to get a supply of simple
socket condensons filers to remedy
this interference, and you®
quested to purchase a socket filter
and stop broadcasting interference.
If your interference is of such a
serious nature that the ordinary fil
ter will not stop it. you will be in
dividually notified accordingly, and
the club will make special test's to
determine what is necessary, with
out additional cost to you.
The following residences Were
visited the past week with results
as noted : E. G. Ferguson, carpet
sweeper; A. L. Roser, sewing
chine;
sweeper, electric mixer; J. P. Palu
blcki, carpet sweeper,' battery charg
er; P. J. Stewart, carpet sweeper; p.
G. Fishbeck. none; E. R. White,
none; E. S. Koser, carpel sweeper;
Walter Raess. carpet sweeper; Har
old Donaldson, vrashin.; maoh'ne: C.
W. Peterson, carrot owe**per. floor
are re
ma
carpet
R. E. Gustafson.
k
lb Identify
Genuine Aspirin
The increasing use of Bayer A»
firin every year is proof that it has
■o Ol effects. It is the accepted an
tidote for pain. It always helps;
never harms; is safe to use freely
as often as it is needed. Quick re
lief whenever you've a headache, or
cold; or are suffering from neural
pa or neuritis. The distressing
pains of rheumatism yield, too, if
you'll only give these tablets a
chance. But be sure to get genuine
Aspirin. It has the Bayer Cross
on every tablet. Look for the name
Bayer chi the box, and the word
"genuine" printed in red. Proven
directions inside.
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HOW DOES THIS
LOOK TO YOU?
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QUALITY
MEATS
YOU SAID IT'
Ours are the Meats that
Satisfy the Heartiest
Appetites
Forman's
MEAT MARKET
Phone 17 Plentywood
waxer; L. S. Olson, none; J. W. Mc
Kee,
carpet sweeper; Mrs. H.
H°bb, none; Hospital, none; Maro
Danielson, business, none.
__ DIVIDEND NOTICE
MINNESOTA NOETHEEN POWER
COUPANT
The Board of Directors of the
Minnesota Northern Power Company
has declared the regular quarterly
dividend of One Dollar and Seventy
Five Cents (91-76) per share on
outstanding 7% Preferred Capital
Stock. One Dollar and Fifty Cents
*
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Your Voice
Cun
Deliver the
Message
Best..,
I
I
y.
A
Your voice is the most
natural, most effective,
means of expressing
yourself. It's a mirror of
your personality.
W hen you have a message for someone in a nearby
or distant town, telephone. It's quickest, most satisfac
tory. Calls are often completed while you hold the line.
Rates are lower than ever. For
10 cents you can talk 10 miles, 20
miles for 20 cents, 30 miles for 30
cents, 45 miles for 40 cents and 65
miles for 50 cents. Try it—save
the telephone way is the
V
■0
tim
modern way.
An advertisement by
The Mountain States Tel. & Tel. Co.
iMSQQiseiseaQseioioia«^
Saturday, April 5th
Is J. I. Case Day
There are many good things we want to tell you or show
you along with our special
DeLaval Service Day
Saturday, April 5
Come in and spend this one day in Plentywood—it will
be a great day for everyone. And, for the ladies, we have
a special feature in which we have arranged for a
Free Cake Baking Contest
OPEN TO ALL
Your Home Baked C ake Will
be judged with the others and
you may win a prize
Cakes will be sold. The Sheridan
Memorial Hospital will receive all
the money received from the cakes
The Peterson Company pays you
60 cents for your Home
Baked Cake
To every person bringing a Home Baked Cake to our store before
12 o'clock noon, Saturday, April 5th, we will pay 50c. This fifty cents*
is supposed to pay for the ingredients of the cake. However, you can
make as expensive a cake as you want to but 50 cents is the most we
pay. All cakes are to be displayed at the store and at 1:00 o'clock are
to be judged. FIRST PRIZE will receive $5.00 in merchandise at the
a nickle copper double boiler. THIRD
PRIZE, an Ivory and Green Enamel Percolator. After the judging
the cakes are to be sold, in the store, all proceeds going to the Sheridan
Memorial Hospital.
store. SECOND PRIZE,
Peterson Company
Plentywood
Hardware
Furniture
(|1.50) per share on the outstanding
6% Preferred Capital Stock and Ten
Cents (10c) per share on the out
standing Common Capital Stock of
the Company payable April 1, 1930
to Stockholders of record at the
close of business March 20, 1930.
■ AITCH P. WOODSON,
Secretary.
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Conrad—Construction of addi
tion has been started to Reform
ed Church edifice.
PAGE THREE
W anted!
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The Fanners of Eastern Montana to ship their
Cream Direct to
THE FAIRMONT CREAMERY COMPANY
at
WILL1STON, NORTH DAKOTA
We guarantee safe return of your can and
check the same day we receive your shipment
of cream.
Ship Your Next Can of Cream to the
Fairmont Creamery Co. at Williston, N. D.
We pay all transportation charges. Ask
depot agent for shipping tags.
your
y
m
y
Bert Wagnild, who lives one mile East of Out
look, will sell at his place, at public auction, on
TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 1930
Commencing at One o'clock p. m.
his full line of
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FARM IMPLEMENTS
HORSES
and
HOUSEHOLD GOODS

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