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&> r ; f n Au.. visitor With
■ * 1 Sunday.
„«man has accepted the
J)ff cook al il" H. Bert, son
J Antelope.
S^AHLKV FOR ^CAJi
fiM lL i-int.
, , L r din .
J ihirtliff had as her din^
*'^1 last I 'i.ia.'. -
" and !' tt,e • <son ■' r
Hu* th has l"» - inploy cd tor
season on the Ator tar
** miles? south ( '> 1 len J *
,,f outlook came to
»-hop and incidental
t'inus of last
,; a < W. I p turn. d >o Plenty
' -ednesday from Medicine
■nt the w. ek with
, .
1 Mrs. Martin moved to
rfuea V D- ''>* fon >' art °f '
F<rtU ^herr ih. y will be located
the future. town
Cybulski f rü, ' , h f aUl J lt ® f i ast
a chopp* r 111 s . i / 1 » J
>■»»■■» •»»" " ok «
Air urciis.
Leo Young, manager ot the Occi
J^vator at Raymond was shop
*** e j attending to business mat
rise aDd Th uVdav
»A hero Tnursu . from
j|r. an d Mnä ' r 1 , ra k h lint l b v were
e,. Medicine Lake c unuy
friends and puren as «
their '
r niia
^Ivm Evenson drove in from hie
north ot Raymond hi >
ju'» harvesting repairs. He also
ff-T* - " r " COr,tS r
tasv season. ^ .
The Ed Koser and R. E. Gu ® ta *'.
^families drove to Redstone Sun
; ■ . nicnic with Mrs. Koser s
ih.-r Joyce Wigmore and faml
'• ÀÜ report an enjoyable day.
p p Gustafson and son
nirntd early last week from
' of six weeks with rela
® er ' Seattle and 1 'ortland. Dr.
J! v< * - me , tliem at I'oplar.
Cnïiar.-" , f Minne
of this week to
1 va i'« Mon With hie father,
Royal s many
him again
7, 1930
Thursday- August '
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Oats. P 61
bu.
rj t butter, per
.73
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.61
DU.
P
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1.94
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, rk cprnt the week end ai
*° hoin . at Ant- lop*..
,r ■ j. r ,-.mill' d hic- du
" KI ° v5 MidbV elevator for
.24
bu. -
per
lb.
doz
ppr
potatoes
lb.
per
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p.i>«an
this
the
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« fteen
•vis Olson
rood to .
r the An
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K to vie«
•nmrsdaV
Fuli-r
£ father.
and
l*r
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tor
y '
m
viàting
pairs for
a :•
firm
Mr
apolis
5 p» r d i
Xtty. T. W. ''tc i .
fri,-nds ar<- «lad sec
«iss Am.niU Johnson. Misa Ada
- „„.d in,« the L. J. Moe light
and are
h»w
Must-keeping apartments
'
gteatiy enjoying themselves.
Mrs Nell Hankie, who has been ]
visiting at the F. G. Fishbeck home
for »roe time returned to her home ,
« Minneapolis last Wednesday. Mrs. ;
Hanku »? a former resident of Plen- ,
tywood and greatly enjoyed her vis- j
it with old neighbors and friends.
Mrs S. Klovstad and son Alden
left for Th. reservation last Sunday. !
where they will be employed for ,
two months. Mrs. Klovstad will
oook for her brother, John Johnson j
during harvest and threshing while
Alden will be in the fields.
Thor Thorstenson had the misfor- ,
tun*' of smashing lus right thumb
whik working on a car last week i
il the Donaldson Garage. "Big
Thor" hit it a severe blow with a
hammer and when There hits he
hit?. The injured member is get
ting along nicely at this time.
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Johnsons Stoic News;
i
Get a pair of Florsheim shoes
*t $4.9s. They're not the latest
style, but a good wearing shoe
for work as well as dress.
Here are the facts about our
Ready-to-Wear Clearance:
Me must move these goods
»nd we have put prices on them
that will do it in a hurry. Now
• 5 the time to get that
dress.
new
JOHNSON'S STORE
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MADE FAMILY DOCTCv.
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of Pwtcr h ii S a c ny Smgle act been
of Dr t0 mankm d than
CarrL v. P reSCr iption which
corner« ,- hls fame to the four
qJ? of the earth.
»rotethanr ° VCT> . Dr * Caldwell
fcen womt? rCSC j , ^ t '? n as f° un
botn thoM. n 8nd chil ^ rcn suffering
«onstipatio- C r 0m . mon symptoms
Wd b^atk k SU< ? as coate( l tongue,
„ adaches ' ß as > nausea.
«ywwSmT !t relieved such
i 588 Dr cIii2S ipatlon i that
ft urn ^ 11 was forc *d
T od*y rÆ "P for use.
nvSy
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Carl Lund is running a combine
at Medicine Lake for G. E. Fulker
sun.
..
Miss Minnie Engler has accepted
a position as waitress at the Elgin
[to
15a äss
vi8it with frionds and relatives. , \9
The Raymond 8cUooi bourd have '
issued a call for bids on a two-room
schoo i house to be built this fall. p
Adolph Hovdey from north of
Raymond spent two days in the city
this week for medical treatment.
Hugh Jones, well known farmer
ot south ot town purchased combine
rt . pain3 here one day this week.
Oscar Gullickson from Billings is
visiting friends and relatives here
i )esides looking after business inter
osts j
Miss Merriel Donaldson returned
f Iom Minneapolis, where she has
i, een visiting her aunt, Mrs. Thomas
c * rolin .
Mi and Mrs Claus 'Strand and
ng son Myron were visitors at
h county seat the latter part of
th k '
■ i
Earl Cosper, well known farmer i
of llor tli of Outlook, was a Plenty - 1
wood shopper for machine repairs
on Wednesday. i «
The Al i,eterson and Phil Ziebarth
families have returned from Lake
Carlyle, Sask., where they spent a
few days ffshln,. |
Vernon Michels from the reserva- ;
tion was in town Thursday for ma
r ,. na î rs Vernon savs the har
^ > . p it ' d there I
£ q £ B " th 1
Miss Mabel Nordgren arrived from
Minneapolis and is employed at the
j. A. Johnson store during the ab- ;
sence of Mrs> Johnson. .
Mrs. S. Kitzenberg left last week
for the Twin Cities and Chicago, ]
here ghe win make purchaseg £or
'the Kitzenbcrg Ready-to-Wear.
| Bridae Club met in
WüSwS TÏrk Thur^lï b
th( , v „ ninV pd a nicnic lunch after
m 0 prizes were awarded
jsame No prizes were awarded
Kenneth Kelly, who is attending
! college at Chicago, returned early
i in the week and will spend a brief
vacation here with parents and
friends.
Mrs. Jamas Larter and children
i of the Outlook-Raymond country,
were Thursday shoppers in the
county capital and getting some re- .
Pairs.
Dr. C. M. Hall, accompanied by a
1 friend who is visiting here from
Baltimore, Maryland, left for a two !
'weeks outing at the Yellowstone and
Cafe.
Miss Bruvold, accompanied
friends of Great Falls, ,ks
the Glacier Park.
by j
touring
i
1
Ray Stoner of the Outlook terri
tory purchased a Case tractor from
a local firm this week.
Mr. West is greatly enjoying a
two weeks visit from Ins daughter i
Leona of Minneapolis.
Mr. and Mrs. August Westphal of
the Raymond country were county
soat sl,op L , c* , s last Saturday. j
C u f f Sale of Williston and Herb f
Hester of Minot, called on friends ■,
j n j'lentywood last Tuesday. ;

Ferguson a f- !
i-.™«.»
I Fork, and the Canadian Rookies
will attend the Interstate 1 -ivestocK
' ,
Miss Ida Hunnen left, last week
D., to spend two
Miss Bunnen
Atty. Wagner
for Beach, N.
weeks with her sister.
is stenographer for
and County Atty. Bakewell,
Miss Marion Donaldson, who has
been tbe gU est of Mrs. Ben Johnson
at Livingston, returned last Tuesday
from an extended trip through the
Glacier and Yellowstone Parks,
Hazel Gray of Billings ha>s accept
e d the vacancy at the Venus Beauty
Parlor. She will arrive next Tues
day. Mr. Moe informs us that Miss
Gray is highly experienced,
Mrs. Mollie Johnson and daughter
Ruby are enjoying a two weeks' out
i n g in the Yellowstone Park. They
j e ft Wednesday morning and
visit other points of interest on the
way.
will
Little Ephriam Faucet t of Out
look, aged two years, accidentally
this
local
treat
drank a portion of kerosene
week and was rushed to the
'-hospital where he received
ment for two days.
Roy Hunter from San Francisco
is home visiting his mother at An
telope, who has been ill for nearly
and
Mr. and " Mrs. Chas. Dewey
brother Affey who reside in Fergus,
Minn., are visiting the Wm. Hunter
after
home enruute to their home
spending an extended visit of
year in various part of California.
one
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Why -faKe
a
When You Can Store If
for a Profit!
mw* •
1000 bu»
500 bu.
$92.50~$136.00
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« Pays for
Itself !
The added profits
the highest market will o.'ten more than pay for
the bin the first yearl Weather-tight, Rat-proof,
Fire-safe, Red Top Grain Bins not only protect
\ your grain, but cure and improve itl
on one crop, by holding it for
RED TOP GRAIN BINS
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PREPAIDl
.^r store Combine or Thresher
Wheat
Grain shrinks more than 10% when
left in the open. In a Red Top
Bin, it is less than 1%I
Why take this loss? Profit by
the experience of others!
ta your
mtapoa
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Makers—Kansas City» Mo.
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Farmers Co-op
Montana
*" DAGMAR
three years. Mr. Hunter is nieht
jKgSÄ SSS*«?*- n* «5"
aa«Ä Ä ./
-s
Mr. and Mrs.
drove to Qlendive Sunday
visit last
Prank Guenther
-, and from
there were accompanied by their
to Coueur D'Alené, , uouu
ft hd Seattle, where they wili
spend some time visiting
and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Moore ..
WlUiston last Sunday where
an operation for
morning,
as can be ex
Her many
fzsrjfrsrt i «s
l o P lar last , Wednesday to attend
2,«? f ^«J?°"ÏÎÎP ti0ri the Am
They witnessed the
d Rn?mnhL^mll° na v C< ^ ma ^ de . r °-'
Sioux Indian tribe ° " l ° n
, , V. T -
No. 58 have rtSly^had 6 a°unfa°ue
photo taken. The group represents
veterans of six wars, namely: Civil
War. Spanlsh-American. Filipino In-!
surrection. Chinese Boxer uprising,
Mexican border trouble, and the
World War.
Meryl Ketterman and Alden John
son returned Saturday from Wash-1
ington, where they have been the
Past year. They will spend the
.fall months in the harvest fields
Mrs - Violet Wills resigned her po
^ on , at n th e Venus Beauty Parlor
"}f. , apandin ^ a number of days:
with relatives at Antelope. Mr. Moe
has engaged a new operator.
DE ,, r _
at V, a s } x
t t ' ki" 6 !, b ^ ock main
llV eb, t ocks t ° :s % hoo \, hoas «*
good well part 8 ' hardwood & floors'
warm and' with an outside bed-room!
if one wishes to rent samo Tuest
JE,""Äti" Cla.mS
throughout. See A. J. Moore, Plen
tywood before this bargain is snap
ned UP
n 1
Mrs - Burlmgame was pleasantly
surprised by neighbors and friends
last week in honor of her 8 hst birth
day anniversary. The party took
place in the basement of the Evan-,
g f* lca J, c hurch. A beautiful blanket
, d ot use fui Kifts were present-,
;od on the occasion Mrs. Burlin-1
»games son from the r W| n Cities,
was . al8 ° Present. He will spend a
recurning nome.
W ' R ' Duncan - representing the
Gray GoQse Alrways Company, was
a business caller in Plentywood last
Tuesday. Mr. Duncan, who former
iy lived at Glasgow, but who now
resides at Hamilton, Mont., is well
.known to many Plentywood people,
having taken an active part in the
Nonpartisan movement several years
ago. He Is on his way to vieil a
daughter at Moose Jaw, Can. _
John A. Carlson of Vermillion, S.
D.. who formerly lived at Radville,
Sask., for many years and often vis-;
ited Plentywood and Outlook citi-:
zens was a Plentywood caller Wed
eon
Idaho
relatives
drove
Moore underwent c_
gall stones on Wednesday
She is doing as well
pected at this time.
friends hope for a speed ÿTecovërÿ"
Chas I nn,i ( .p n i .• ^'
look but now of 'Minneapolis °is jiay
ing Plentywood and Outlook vicini
ties a visit of one month. Mr. Lun
deen sayvs he enjoys being back and
hat the crops on his farm near Out
ook ,ook good compared with those
farther east.
;
Brown ' aiuî e chnd 0 ren >a home 'fromme?:
*5ss cä
«j. 'X il Mr Carfson X
short v|o|t the 1>ttar ls ie av |„g , or
Radville to renew old acquaintances i
before returning to his home îdr.
(^ ar i son rU ns an oil station at Ver
million, and he says that he could !
no£ understand the high price G f |
gasoline out here, as he makes I
money selling at 17 cents a gallon. '
He also said he met a traveler at j
Crosby, who when he heard that
gasoline Jn Montana wao selling at !
29c in Montana, turned around and ;
returned to Minnesota because he (
said he was not going to be gouged j
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WOLF CREEK
Mrs. Neal Pake and son Charles
Monday evening from
returned
Hogeland, where they had been vis
iting Mrs. Pake's mother for the
last three weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Churchill of
Harlem are visiting at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Neal Pake.
Mr. and Mrs. Penny Cromwell of
Hogeland were visiting with Mr. and
( Mrs. Wm. Cromwell Tuesday
j their way home from Devils Lake,
tin
N. D., where they have been visiting
the last two weeks.
The girls 4-H Club of Wolf Creek
met with Annis and Evelyn Hagan
Wednesday afternoon. The regular
business meeting took place, report
of camp at Brush Lake were heard.
Kathryn Barney was a new member
taken in the Club. A rtcreation pro
gram was put On after the meeting
and a lunch was served by Annis
and Evelyn. The next meeting will
be held with Louise, Hazel and Ma
bel Marsh on the 8 th of August.
Bill Cromwell was a business call
er in Redstone Wednesday after
noon.
Mr. and Mrs.
Tom Devore of
wv.it » I. . ioni P e ' ü î
°sï%
.h,
D1 . s P*cn.c u 1 ""
der« ^ Wai \ <îlI v? of P rizes L° Mrs. Ha -
Mrs Mcclllilter M of
»"'«'ilvSl bi Mr.
hnfi art f° f p HaVre ' M ' SS Nora
rrkrSl'ir
Miss Goldie Nettleton and Mrs.
! Francis Grub of Minot arrived Fri
day night to spend a few days with,
th ^ r sister Mrs. Nels Oksendahl.
or^nf 1 Tuf* business call '
| fr in Redstone Thursday.
i w£d Saturdly" afternoon "to àtTend
th * banquet given by the Fair
y
The dance given at the hall Sat
' urda V night was well attended by a
i & ood crowd.
Mrs. Tyler Stratton and baby girl
i r ^ turned their home at Outlook
a* er •vr P /-T < K. a cou P^ e weeks with
' "loCanister.
! j ai iT Mrs. Cy Ulrich and fami
y and Mr ' and Mn, ' ' Dan Campbell
^ er . e J n Redstone Sunday afternoon
| Redstone and Fo^r Butt^s hf twoon
Cromwel? was « .
! .„,7 1 w ~ a a , 1
, caller In Redstone Saturday
; noon.
M'ss Bessie Pace spent the week
end with friends In Plentywood
Don Davenport and
i , were with
Mr^a'nd^^rs S ' p u
I ^ French mm
|
;in d Mrs Francis Crnh« !idt
ing at the home of Mr' r>'
« t , Mr. and Mrs. D.
Maclnnes Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. John Pace ard
daughters were Redstone and Flax
ville callers Monday.
Monday morning. Mrs. D. M.
Maclnnea rece'ved the sad news of
, the death of her brother-in-law. Mr.
O. H. Koch at Lo>? Angeles, Calif.
Mr Koch is well known in Plenty-I
wood and Scobey where a number of
! years ago he was in the immigra
"Ät." A ^ ;ai
nao.v oaugnter IS months old and
relatives in Iowa to mourn his
d e«th- -
Mr. and Mrs. Cy Ulrich. Mr. and
j Mr. and Mrs. Neal Pake and son and
j Mrs. McCallister were Sunday even
; î*Jg callers at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. \\ m. Cromwell.
RFSFRVT '
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j Church services held in the school
h ° us0 - last Sunday evening were well
attended - Rtv - Stowell conducted
tp c service.
At " 1 ® eting , of ta f Ladies Aid
i j j Saturday afternoon it was
decided not to commence construe
I
»
Willard
frionds
and
between
business
after
I ti( £ , of T*J e new <*""* at this time.
: r.SKS^æ'kVÂîïsr ä
: nrenaratory maktng It his home.
h»arly everyone In to»-n drove out
Is
for
Brush Lake last Sunday evening
take in the hathing and dancing
Lbere.
A carpenter crew from Minneapo
Us arrived Monday to commence re
hairs on the - armera Elevator. The
elevator will bo given a complete
overhauling before the new grain
starts moving.
Binding grain seems to be quite
Rcneral now and combining is start
in ^: which looks l.ke the crop
maturing faster than it should
good results.
Bernhard Nelson has the job of
calcimining the Anderson home, and
also leveling up the building.
Lars Larsen loaded a car of cat
1 le for Chica go last Thursday.
Ted Murk arrived Monday evening
from Thief River Falls Minn., to
attend to harvesting his crop on the
reservation. j
Halvor Everson is making some
extensive additions to his buildings
at the lumber yard. His latest
building is a new cement house.
COMERTOWN
Among those in this village the
first of the week were Arnold Han- j
non. Earl Mickleson, Mrs. Geo. Reho|
and daughter Georgie. Wm. Mack,
and Alfred Schultz.
Lawrence Hanson from Westby
was calling at the Horace Laver
dure place Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Laverdure
were Westby callers Monday.
Louis Slndt returned home Wed -
nesdav from Ed Kings where he has
been for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Peterson were
visiting at Ed Kings one day this
week.
U. G. Barnhomse was out to his
farm Monday from Plentywood.
Peder Bruvold was a Comertown
caller Monday.
Miss Alice Corcoran was in the
village Monday.
The farmers are begging for funds
harvest their grain. They report
spme parts of It as good and other
parts not so good.
Tom Dubry and Hank Olson
from aymonRd came down to Ed
Kings Saturday and got Mrs. Olson
and daughter Dorothy and took in
the dance at Schultzs. Mr. and Mns.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Volt and
Olson returned to Raymond Sunday.
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You probably know from expa
1 m>w promptly and completely
Bayer Aspirin relieves a headache.
But until you try it for some deep
«*ted pain such as neuralgia or
nenritii you cannot know its full
effectiveness. Bayer Aspirin long
HP» proved that much suffering
Doctors know it is safe
freely. Just be certain
Aspirin with Bayer en
every tablet
to
the hex
Aspirin
aaueui
family were in the village Thursday I
shopping.
Ted Hanson and Selmer Espelund
were in the village Thursday
ing.
William Mack received a telegram 1
the first of the week from Idaho, !
announcing the sad news that it is
thought his son Ernie Mack had
been drowned. Mr. Mack prepared
to leave at once for the scene of the
reported tragedy.
even
ANTELOPE
at
. . . ... ...
siime L , Wo /* n K Minneapolis
since last fall, Martin Island re
ss- Ä-jrwTÄ.'gss"
F r äss ä ïiïÂ
>ng and some combining as the f
grain ripens quickly in this heat.
fa J|[i v and . M / s ; Soreanon and
Va"ao4uM. y y^f, 0 h ea H^lS. t0ne "
• Mr ' and Mrs. Fred Lllja, Arnold b
éFtriJkttérh L 'r
"rve and Sunday evening at Hie
A. R. ^ r g home în Antelope
Among those who enjoved the .
show "Newman, The Great" ' in Plen
i *Jf Wood Tuesday were Eliza Brekke,
I Margaret Evans, Mollie Island. Paul
| îed' Ovnan"' ^ B - ta —
The tel"'game at Bestlands ended
'in a victory or the west side the
score bein| 22 to 17 A targe crowd
attended and enjoyed the playing.
j Mrs V r iolet Wills has been
, house guest at the O. B. Hoven
home and will leave for Great Falls
Friday.
. an nuuit iui mt; event. x*i
« ,W
! n °Jïîl e ' i , ,h„ Wo , fn ,.p piuh
' men,l>e,s , of 1 * , VVe J,,^„ C
enjoyed an outing and picnic in
J Louizenheiser's grove Wednesday
p M
'Tnê i-H Thimble Club was enler
I tained at the home of Ella Iverson
I Monday P. M. The next meeting
j will be a hUe and health meeting
j The members shall meet al Lorna
Biackmore's Home al two o'clock,
August 18th.
Oscar Christianson _
business in Brockton Monday.
, A , r £ E 5 fle, f «'"T 4 f h ' 6 dMl °'
at the depot Monday, from
where he attended the death
burial of his father.
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Clark _
family are enjoying the company oi
Mr. Clark's nephew, Cecil Viezy and
a friend Harold Wilks who arrived
Sunday by car from Alabama.
Ed Christiansen was compelled to 1
seek the doctor's aid in Plentywood
Monday in removing a foreign par
tide from his eye. "Doc" Hunson
accompanied him.
Mabel Ueland returned Saturday
from a pleasant visit with relatives
in Canada.
Mr. and Mns. Joe vettcr from Mi
not visited Mrs. H. Henrlckson, An
telope, Sunday and Mrs. Phil Zie
barth, Plentywood. Mrs. Vettcr will
spend a week while Mr. Vetter ie
turned home.
The Clyde Loutzenhiser family
a
Ernest
The Richard Grayson,
Grayson and Geo. Grayson families
picked cherries in the Sand Hills
Sunday. The cherries are not as
plentiful this year.
At the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jas.
Stewart a family reunion was held
Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Van Hee
and children of Plentywood, Mr. and
Mrs. Beverly Stewart and son of
California, Louie Stewart, Mr. and
Mis. LeS Stewart and Son and Mr.
1 and Mrs. Everett Stewart ot Minot
j anu Henry Stewart of Antelope were
! aH home for the event. The folks
their
1
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transacted
Iowa,
an d
and
i
from Raymond visited Monday at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dahl.
Mrs. Gust Lee visited at the Sel
mer Thoresen farm Wednesday.
Clara Christianson is improving |
and luus been home from the hospi- |
tal for some time.
A. R. Berg is assisting as clerk at
Strom Hardware during the fall
rush.
Henry 11 » oi,.. on ,>f
spent Sunday with his family at An
telope.
Kenneth McLaughlin is spending
a few days at the Bob Richardson
farm.
The combines are going at full
blast in • this community. Herman
Peterson being the latest purchaser,
T ke threshing machine of Mr.
iSnellman began work on Monday!
a i so a nd the harvest in this vicinity j
will be taken care of in a short
time.
The Wolans Club of Dagmar met
with Mns. John Anderson on Thurs
day afternoon. Miss Wort, the
QU1TMEYER
county demonstrator met with them
and gave a canning demonstration,
which all enjoyed,
Th e Evangelistic meetings held by
Bro. Rhode and Wesgaard came to
a close on Sunday with baptismal
services in the afternoon at Reeds
| pond,
j Mr. and Mrs. Alex Pattersop and
1 Sam drove over from Fairview and
, spent Sunday with relatives ■ here,
' Sam is driving a new Ford coupe.
Mr. and Mns. Melvin Rongstad
; and family, also visited at Joe Pat
' tersöns Sunday P. M.
I The Lutheran Ladies' Aid held a
1 meeting at Sunny Hill school
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Sunday with a basket dinner
at
noon.
Pete Fredrickson has moved his
family to the John Mouritsen farm.
John ,the youngest child of Mr.
and Mrs. Oscar Rose, fell from a
car on Saturday, dislocating his
wrist.
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Lipscomb were
Sunday afternoon callers at H. W.
Henkes,
RESERVE
Mr. and Mrs. Cllif Hansen visited
Hanks, N. D., last Sunday.
Miss Marlon Connole arrived on
Saturd ay evening for a short visit
her mother She drove to Cul

sh"rv""wuh M ss •Ä fo u
nr wr.if Point
Ai r and Mrs Herbert Benedict of
jopliri, M o.. arrived Sunday evening
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°"repair*crew is making some ex
—" s • h * M * tur 7 ,
Combining gram is quite general
in thte ^strict now
George this wiîk
te ^tnioTîfR.^wfn ail lainM liîd
Harriet Connole drove to Culbert
g ""day evening
drove t5 Culbertson
£ st , M 2 nda v£ ni S rnmif
No ' 4 ' for Mr ' Roper who Bpent Sun '
over
day at the Lyngass home.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Cross have
moved to the Johansen home on the
reservation. i
The Mortensen family have J«ased
the Kallak house east of town for
the next school year.
A county grading crew is making
extensive improvements to the road
east of town using an elevating
grader on the stretch of road from
the new highway to the Carpenter
farm.
CHURCH NOTES
LUTHEBAN CHUBCK
Arthur J. Thorson, Student Pastor
Services at Plentywood at 11 A. M.
Services at Archer at 2:30 P. M.
Services at Antelope, August 17 at
11 A. M.
Services at Raymond August 17th
at 2:30 P. M.
CALL FOB BIDS
Route on or the north route Is to
start at Overlands, hence up to Ole
Bakken's gate, thence to school.
Route two, or the east route, ie
thence
the
to start at Engelkes,
usual route to school.
Route three, or the south route,
is to start at Deubners, thence the
usual route to school.
Factory-To-You
AUGUST MONEY
SAVING SALE
Men as well as women will find
at this great profit-sharing
celebration, tmany useful ar
ticles at the season's lowest
35c can of
Gents' Talc
GIVEN
AWAY
With 50c
Klenzo
Shaving
Cream
Both for
• 50c
$1.00 Hair Tonic.
.25 Foot Powder -
.25 Com Solvent .
.50 Shaving Lotion....
1.25 Lather Brush ..
.85 Bay Rum .
5 yd. Adhesive Plaster,
50c value at.
Bull's Eye Flashlight....! All for
2 Batteries for above.... 1
$.79
.19
.19
.39
.98
.59
.29
69c
NUMBERS OF OTHER
MONEY -SAVING
VALUES
Plentywood Drug
C. M. Undhjem, Prop.
The ^0%o£SL Store
Plentywood
The bid for coal calls for sixty
ton of good lignite coal delivered at
school house.
Bids for bus and coal must be
delivered personally to the board at
eight o'clock on Saturday, August
23, 1930, at school house, at which
time and place all bids will be op
ened.
Any further information regarding
bus routes or coal bids may be had
from the clerk.
19-t3 -c
F. W. MARTINI, Clerk.
tractor
lubrication
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particularly
now at peak
operating tem
peratures, with
much dirt and
dust bound to
sift into crank
case oil, pro
m o t i n g con
tamination.
on
at
more and
more farmers
of this section
are coming to
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MOTOR OIL
because it
measures up to
their rigid
needs unusual
ly well.
Dura protects
motors, and
that's what
counts.
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Licensed Undertakers
Phone 191
Plentywood, Montana
MORTUARY
Moat Completely
Equipped Panerai Par.
lor In Saltern Montana
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AUTO HEARSE
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Ads
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\ds in this column are charged
for at the rate of two cents for
*acb word. Minimum charge for
my ad 25 cents. Remittance should
accompany copy for the advertise
ment
LOST—Wrist watch with mesh
band. Finder please notify The
Producers News.
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LOST—Near the horse fountain
south of Theatre, pair of gold
rimraed glasses in case. Finder
please notify Producers News.
18-lt-p
LOST—White gold Elgin watch
and chain. Finder will receive
liberal reward by returning pro
perty to Producers News Office.
18-t2
WANTED—Roomers and boarders
during school term. Prices reas
onable. Mrs, Chas. E. Martin.
19-tf-c
ros SALE CHEAP if taken at
once—1 South Bend Malleable
range with water front; 1 3-burn
er Splasher back oil stove. Mon
tana Ill Hotel.
19-lt-c
EOS BENT
Six-room house In
Plentywood, good well, in good
condition,
rent. One block off Main street.
Three blocks from school house.
See or write A. J. Moore, Plenty
wood.
Reasonable
Warm.
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EOB SALE—10 ft. McCormick-Deer
ing binder, 15-30 McCormick-Deer
ing tractor; SE%, Sec. 18; town
Ferdinand
19-t2-p
ship 36, range 63.
Luchrs, Outlook, Mont.
FOR SALE OR WILL TRADE
FOR CATTLE—One new gran
ary size 14x16x8 feet, also one
10-20 McCormick Deering trac
tor with power take-off and
tractor binder.
CIS, Medicine Lake.
M. H. FRAN
17-U-p
TAKEN UP—One bay mare, no
brand. Owner may have same by
paying pasture charge and adver
tising. M. C. Holmgaard, Dagmar.
18-3t-p
TAKEN UP—One 3-year-old bay
mare, weight 100 lbs. Owner may
have same by paying for pasture
and this ad. Inquire
N. W. of Dooley.
Rookeby.
10 miles
Reginald
16-t3-c
FOR SALE—A new 22 in. Rumley
separator, also 7 new steel grain
bins, 1000 bu. capacity. Will
sell cheap. JENS JENSEN,
Antelope. 17-t2-p
GET A GOOD JOB or busines of
your own! Write us about our
Expert Master Course. New free
catalog. HANSON AUTO-TRAC
TOR & ELEC. SCHOOL, Fargo,
N. Dak.
4-H CLUB
The 4-H Club had their last meet
ing at the M. S. Nelson house when
the girls finished their last article
for the second year work. The sew
ing of the girls will be on display
Monday evening at the County
Agent's office, when things will be
judged and two best articles of each
thing made will be sent to the Fair
Billings.
Kiris -wont for a vlcnlc at De Silva's
park, where they had their
and went bathing.
PHYLLIS NELSON, Reporter.
After the meeting the
lunch
PROFESSIONAL
DIRECTORY
DR. W.-D. ROY
DENTIST
Plentywood
Phone 119
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HOWARD M. LEWIS
LAWYER
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A C. ERICKSON
Attorney-at-Law
Practice in all Courts
Plentywood Montana
Johnson THE Abstractman
SHERIDAN COUNTY
ABSTRACT COMPANY
Only the Best Abstracts of Title
Plentywood, Montana
Dr. Edw. E. York, D.C
—Electrotherapy—
Mountain Sun Treatments
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Adjusting
Plentywood
Montana
Only Osteopathic Physician in
Northeastern Montana
DR. L. S. PARKHURST
Medicine Lake, Mont.
Office
Phone 22-F-2
Residence
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