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Local Brevities
local markets
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Friday, Dec. 26, 1930
Dark Northern .
Winter Wheat ■—.r——
Amber Durum .
48 i
51
43
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Rye
15
Oats -
Barley ...
Flax ..
Butter ...
Egge —
Potatoes
17
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30
. . 35
1.00
Tuesday revealed Edw. Iverson
among the shoppers and business
men in Plentywood.
Jesse Adams of Raymond was i
seen
early in the week.
Loyal Gunderson has returned
from Havre to spend the holidays
with his parents here.
——oo—
Wm. Hass, prominent Outlook
farmer spent considerable time in
Plentywood Saturday hobnobbing
with various business men.
—• —
Miss Mary Botten, who teaches
on the streets of Plentywood
at Comertown, spent Tuesday nite
Tisiting with Miss Ann Hovet.
IM*—
On December 20th a marriage li
vras issued to Walter G ro
of Homestead and Miss Lola
cense
vom
Breeden, also of Homestead.
Art Wankel, well know Raymond
farmer transacted business and
viisted with friends between times
in Plentywood -a-1 luesday.
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Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Swanson of
Medicine l^ake was looking after
business interests at the county
seat early in the week.
Miss Dorothy Ulrich of Max, N.
D. is spending a few days visiting
at the home of Glow Krebsbach,
and other friends in Plentywood.
County Com. Frank French of
Medicine Lake was in Plentywood
daring the week looking after mat
ters pertaining to his office.
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Swanson
left this Wednesday for Bisbee, N.
D. where they will spend two
weeks visiting with Mrs. Swan
son's parents and other relatives.
They went via automobile.
Clayton Bolster returned from
the Pol y technical school at Bill
ings this week where he has been
the past several months. He will
spend his vacation at the parental
home.
. ... . . ... .. .
holiday vacation with his parents
after havmg applied himself to his
*udies at the Agricultural college
at Bowman.
Orbeck Hovdey is enjoying his
Arnold Peterson, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Conrad Peterson, who is at
tending college at Missoula, will
spend his vacation with his parents
and numerous friends here.
Mks Joyce McLean student at
the University Q f Minnesota and
her brother Jack, student at Boze
man college, returned to spend the
holidays with their parents.
John Lind bloom,
prosperous
Raymond farmer, and Ed. Hannah
also of Raymond, drove over to
Plentywood early in the week. The
Producers News acknowledges a
pleasant call.
Mrs. I. Frederickson of the Redh
stone department store was in the
city Saturday. She spent the day
with friends and looked after some
business matters in the evening
before returning home.
Andy Abbott and Chas. Brights
man drove up from the roserva
tion earlv in the werfe The two
Irtntlemen are farming a large
male and came up to purchase sup
for the coming festival sea
„ —
* n u Hanson Nels Peterson
wen known fanners from the Dag
mar vicinity were in the city Wed
nesday. Mr. Hanson called at the
«>urt house and other business in
stitutions while Mr. Peterson shop
peu and visited with his two
daughters, Gladys and Gertie.
«V _ '* * ■
alter Therkildsen, efficient
the Dagmar Co-opera
^° r e drove up to the county
inesday. He called on friends
.* •* looked after matters
Mr 'în RE L^ 1116 sto T® ht general,
b • rerkildsen advises that the
Darir, v recent ly put on by the
and tw t0T ® Was a huge success
niafift ^^ People from near Mid far
àaiH » Sp i did , P^rehases. This he
da . largely due to greatly re
tisinp pnceR and ex tensive adver
*
«m.
Miss Alice Thompson returned
to her home here to spend her va
cation with her parents and fam
ily. Alice is attending the Lancas
ter business callege at St. Paul and
is enjoying her diesen study very
much.
Mr. and Mrs. Hans Harderson,
from near Archer did considerable
1 trist mas shopping while in Plen
tywood Saturday. Mr. Hardersen
also attended the meeting of the
Fanners Oil Company eariy in the
evening.
Answer My Ring
ITS LITTLE 1931 AT YOUR DOOR WITH
HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS FROM
Folks
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JOHNSON'S STORE
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Sji
;7i.
Mr. and Mrs. Lars Hanson of
early-in-the-week
Dagmar were
shopper in Plentywood.
BoJ) Zeidler arrived from Madi
son Wis., to spend his Christmas
vacation at the parental home.
Mr Torgerson, aged father of
Mrs. 0. A. Opgrande, arrived
Plentywood Monday from his home
at Wheaton, Minn., to pay a visit
to his daughter and son-in-law.
in
Lena McMillan, and daughter
left Tuesday of this week for Sum
ner, Wash., where they will make
their future home with Mrs. Mc
Millan's brother, the Rev. S, D.
Ator.
Clerk and Recorder Niels Mad
drove to the south Medicine
Lake country last Tuesdav where
he spent the day on business per
taining to his office.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hendrickson
drove in from the Antelope coun
try to visit at the home of their
daughter, Mrs. Harold Hanisch,
and husband, last Sunday evening.
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The Paul Ketterman family has
their home in
sen
Plentywood. They had moved to
Williston where they have resided
for the past several months but
find Plentywood more to their lik
ing.
The regular meeting of the Har
mony Bridge Club was held at the
home of Mrs Ida Wright last Fri
day evening. The usual twelve
members were seated at three
tables and a lively game ensued.
After presenting Mrs. A. F. Zie
j 3art j 1 ^dth first prize and Mrs.
y or ^ w ith the consolation a deli
c j ous i unc h was served by the hos
£ess
A. H. Rasmussen, Sr., arrived
from Clear Lake, Iowa last week
to spend some time visiting at the
home of his son, A. H. Rasmus
sen, Jr., and family at Antelope.
While on a shopping tour in Plen
tywood Saturday and showing the
elder Rasmussen the city they call
ed at the clerk and recorder's of
fice to see Miss Ann Hovet, a sis
ter of Mrs. Rasmussen, Jr.
The Lutheran ladies aid held
their annual election in the
church parlors Thursday, Dec. 18.
The officers elected were: Mrs.
Walter Raess, presiden; Mrs. Sel
mer Johnson, vice president; Mrs.
Hans Rasmussen, treasurer and
Mrs. L. S. Olson, secertary.
The Plentywood Masonic lodge
held their annual meeting in their
lodge rooms. The new officers
e j ected £or the ensuing year were
, Axel Romstad) W . M., E. E. Be
f lanski s. W.; R. H Frank, J W.,
i William Erickson, treasurer
1 A. J. Langer, secretary.
and
|
The many friends of Mrs. Lou
Hein were happy to welcome her
home after a speedy recovery from
an operation she underwent at the
Trinity hospital at Minot. Needless
I to say Mrs. Hein is also glad to be
at home and is feeling as well as
can be expected during her con
velescence. She returned last Fri
day.
Mr. an dMrs. Martin Nelson en
tertained at a delightful Sunday
dinner the Hugh Jones family
from south of town ,Mr. and Mrs.
C. W. Peterson, Mrs. J. A. John
son, son Alden and Miss Ruby and
Miss Cora Frisvold. A delightful
social afternoon was enjoyed by
Mrs. Nita Robinson, and son,
who teaches the Phelps school at
all.
Wolf Creek, will spend the Chris
"" and New Year's season with
"ViL .
* Mr. &n<l Mrs. Harold
Hanisch drove out to Wolf Creek
Wednesday evening to bring them
nome ' no
Mrs. Simon Swanson gave a
'very entertaining Christmas pro
gram Wednesday morning at hei
school south of the city. She has
24 pupils and the parents as well
as friends made a splendid show
ing by their attendance at the ex
ercises. The school will have a two
weeks' vacation.
Mrs. Myrtle Donaldson delight
fully entertained at 12 tables a
number of her friends last Thurs
day at a one o'clock bridge din
ner. The usual enjoyable time was
had. The summing up of the scores
revealed the following prize win
ners: Mrs. Koenig, first; Mrs. Bar
n er, second:; Mrs. Frank Fishbeck,
consolation,
—«~—
The Christmas party given by
the D. R. of A. at the Lutheran
church parlors Thursday was a
great success under the following
committees: Mesdames A. E. Er
icksen and Oswald—party commit
tee; Mesdames Bob. Smith, Gron
void and Ida Peterson. The tables
were very artistically arranged
and decorated, the center piece be
ing a huge Christmas cactus in
fuß bloom. A most delightful lunch
consisting of several Scandinavian
dishes ami favors, was served the
membership after which gifts con
rfsting of toys were exchanged.
These were donated to the little
orphan children that they might
participate in a joyous Christmas
also.
(
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Christensen
drove to Williston to spend the
week-end with relatives. They re
turned Monday having greatly en
joyed the brief outing.
FOB BENT—Two room
quire »f Bertha Oswald.
Mr. and Mrs. Matt Stein afid
Miss Winnifred Kelly who is at
tending the state teachers college
at Minot arrived from Minot Sat
urday to spend the holidays at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Kel
house. In
(38-2t)
ly
Plenty a ood streets truly reflect
the spirit of Christmas, not only
by the neat displays in tne busi
ness windows but also in the
streets tnemselves. Two beautiful
ly decorated fir trees located in
the center of the two blocks on
main street with wreaths and
stringers extending across the
street give the added touch of
cheer for the season.
CHURCH NOTES
LUTHERAN CHURCH
O. Melvin Simundson, Pastor.
The Christmas services will
come in the following order:
December 26: Plentywood at 11
m.; Dooley at 2:30 p. m. and
Antelope at 8 p. m.
December 26: Outlook at 11 a.
m.; Archer at 2:30 p. m. and Ray
mond at 7.30 p. m.
There will be no Sunday school
a.
in Plentywood on December 28.
Parents and children will kindly
make note of this.
Services wil communion will be
held at Plentywood on Sunday, De
cember 28.
The confessional address of this
service will begin at 10:30 a. m.
All communicants must report at
that time.
New Years sevrices will be held
at Antelope Jan. 1 at 11:00 a. m.
and at Dooley at 2:30 p. m.
Services January 4 at Outlook at
11 a. m. and at Raymond at 2:30
p.m.
The confirmation classes will
how meet in the next two weeks.

Minnesota Northern Power
Company « .1
The Board of Debtors of the
Minnesota Northern Power Com
pany has declared the regular
quarterly dividend of One Dollar
and Seventy-five Cents ($1.75) per
share on the outstanding 7% Pre
feijed Capital Stock One Dollar
and Fifty cents ($1.50) per share
on the outstanding 6% Preferred j
Capital Stock and Fifteen Cents
(15c) per share on the outstanding
Common Capital Stock of the Com
DIVIDEND NOTICE
a .
p & ny payable Jänuery 2, 1931 to
Stockholders of record at the close
of business December 16, J930.
AYTCH P. WOODSON,
Secretary.
El Du« Places Blame Coe Email
cial Difficulties on America „
DefCon* «*• |
MUSSOLINI LAYS
ITALY'S CASH ILLS
TO UNITED STATES
- Rome, Dec. 19.— The American
stock market crash and
crisis" of the fall of 1929 are prin
cipally to blame for Italy's pres
ent financial ills, Premier Musso
lini told the senate this afternoon.
The speech was marked by bit-...
ter irony, frankness and character
istic vigor of The Duce.
His placing the blame on the
American situation was part of
his defense for his drastic cut of
12 per cent in the salaries of all
state employees.
"For us poor provincials of old
Europe," he said, "the explosion
was a great surprise. We remained
shaken and confounded like the
world at announcement of the
death of Napoleon.. We had been
money
given
ed States was a country of pros-1 L
perity, indefinite and absolute—
without eclipse, without decadence; I
all were rich.
"Everybody played the market.
As the shares went up everybody
having bought one at twenty, sold 1
it at a hundred and with it bought 1
an automobile, radio or telephone, ,
or made a trip to Europe, paying
on the installment plant and per-1
haps bought a country house in I
the neighborhood. •
"All that was marvelous. Then
we had a series of black, blackest
days. Shares lost twenty, thirty,
fifty per cent of their value. That,
crisis isn't yet cleaned up.
The financial situation in the 1
United States so affected Italy,
Mussolini said, that a surplus of 65
million lire had turned into a defi
cit of approximately 900 million
Hre.
The Duce found little favor for j
the American economic policy
which he described as "mass pro
duction and mass consumption."
"This formula is a mistake," he
said, "and they themselves recog
"«eft
:;lt is a mistake because produc
tion is by machine and consump
tion is by man. The formula was
logical merely from a mechanical
view, but a small obstacle is enuf
to cause its collapse." .
He regarded "dumping** of Rus
sian wheat as "rather important," 1
quoting figures to show that a
°l T' he ï ,s > in *
imported by Italy from Sortct
I
OUTLOOK
Mrs. Deck and Max Deck were
Plentywood visitors Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs, Frank Koester
were taken to Plentywood by Mr.
and Mrs, Joe Kowski where Jhey
took the train for Seattle where
they will spend the holidays with
their daughter.
Violet Laf strom has ceased
working in the N. J. Nelson
The Medicine Lake basket ball
boys played the Outlook Blue Jays
the Outlook floor. Outlook won
by a score of 8 to 9.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Egger drove
to North Dakota where they will
spend the holidays with relatives.
Frank Deck from Plentywood
was an
home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs.
were dinner guests in Plentywood
last Sunday.
John Ladd, Sr., has been on the
sick list the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Back were in
Plentywood last Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Hurst motor
ed to their ranch northwest of
Daleview to spend vacation days.
Ted Hansen from Reserve was a
caler in Outlook
on
Outlook visitor at the Dec.
Arthur Ueland
business
Loyd Homme was a business
caller in Scobey Monday.
Mrs. N. J. Nelson entertained
the teachers one day last week.
The Senior class has charge of
the assembly program last Fri
day. The program afforded many
laughs. After the program a com
mittee was appointed to distribute
the presents which had been placed j
by the Christmas tree. After the
presents were distributed the
teachers surprised the pupils by
serving a very delicious lunch.
T . r>- i u i . ... •
^ Wle J R Ä ey , h f s b T v,smngl
in Canada the last week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ladd. Sr.
were Plentywood visitors Thurs
day afternoon. I
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bach, Mrs. |
/-.I- a. rv uw t> t n A
S«it™od vWto« Friday W ^
SÄÄÄl S were
Plentywood visitors Monday
Clarence ßoe, Einar Klofstad
and aair Johnson returned home
Frida from Minot d the
vaca ti on days
Glad Otersen returned home
&r christmas vacation from Far
L, 0 where she has been attending
" l ,
Miss Clink left for Eugene, Ore.
Saturday to spend the holidays.
Miss Tronnes left for her home
in Minnesota Friday.
Miss Hawbaker went to her
home at Westby Saturday to spend
the vacation days.
Miss Miller the teacher at the
Snuggens school and children of
the school gave a Christmas pro
gram and a dance. All reported a
very enjoyable time.
Agnes Fitzgerald and Father
Leahy motored to North Dakota
Friday. Magdalen Fitzgerald, who
has been teaching school there re
turned home for Christmas with
them Saturday.
|. fc ' Th ' sïïÏÏTjSïïk IS? JT*
the Lutheran church Saturday.
ÆÂ Tom* ^t"
wood.
Roy Homme returned Sunday
from Bozeman where he has been
attending college.
George Nelson was a caller in
Outlook Tuesday.
The A. E. O. W. lodge rehearsed
. _ , „ , „
,? lay Sanday ca . 11 t d ' P ?° r Fa '
\^ er whlch the y mtend *° K™ 5
K0 2?- „ ,. , T .
The Outlook Blue Jays played at
I ^axvilbi Friday evening. Score 10
r 0 , 11 in Outlook,
Leone, ChriStme and Max Deck
w . ere Fïaxville callers Friday eve
nn if' , „ _ ,
, and doe ^ rtz
l y ^ rer ? 1 dm J ier Jriiests at the
| Koehler home Sunday
| ^ rs ' O* Nelson went to Far
vl * sl t a week,
f.°
rom she expects to go to
Texas where she will visit with
her mother, Mr. Nelson is visiting
Seattle.
]~ r - Mrs. Karl J. Karlson
Tuesday morning for Florida,
? m there they intend to go to
Cu 2, a ' _ ,
Clifford Tooke retimied to his
home in Antler, N. D. Monday,
Louise Craig from Sidney
turned^ to her home here spend
I*"® holidays.
M ^
M* 8 * M. L. Rostad s two
v wh ° "f teaching school at
Moorhead, Minn., arrived home on
Satu f day afternoon to spend their
vacatM >n with their parents,
Miss Nannie Burvolet left Sat
urday evening on the train for Mi
not to visit with her sister Hazel
f° T a few days. Hazel is tr ainin g
* or nurse at one of the hospital,
Those who were among the Co
mertown callers this week Mr. and
Mrs. Elder Strand, Mr. and Mrs
Adolph Anderson, Leo Brady, Wm,
Meek, Geo. Rebo, Pete Bruvold,
Francis King, Joe and Howard
McCall, Chancey and Benney Car
son > Frank Anderson, Mr. Gullard
Ernest Bruvold, Edwin Turpin'
Ingvold Iverson, Clements Brother
an d Art Sorem
Most of the business houses
^ve electric lights now
? e . V'" 4 " 8 o* 0* Comertown
feb®ol left Saturday evening for
ttfboMSf™ h ° meS *° 8Pend
Mrs. Daniel Nelson's mother was
taken to the hospital at Plenty
W< \i d ast we ®k treatment.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace LaVerdure
ES/«* 7 evening at Christ
Toddie s. The evening was spent in
playing cards.
The Comertown school had their
P™*™™ Saturday aft
0?^^ Was a tree and lot ®
of candy. A large crowd
ent.
re
COMERTOWN
was pres
There
in r- was a Christmas program
c , German Lutheran church on
Smday down fa the German vï
and
ley.
H °PW"S
caller Monday.
Arnold and Jermel. Hanson
was a Dooley
Andrew Volt were Dooley callers
Sunday.
Christ Toddie was in Dooley on
a shipping trip Saturday.
Miss Helen Franklin went to Mi
not a short time ago for a visit.
Adolph Johnson from, near the
Blue Trail was in Saturday after
his children.
John LaVerdure, Arnold and
Jermel Hanson, and Christ Tuffer
Took in the party Saturday night
at Amice's. They report a good
time. .
Mildred Took from Outlook went
home Saturday to spend her va
cation. _
Dick Fitzgerald was a village
caller one day this week.
Heney Anderson was a Dooley
shopper Monday.
Dave, the well digger, is staying
in Comertown for the rest of the
winter.
RESERVE
The school Christmas tree held
in the school house last Friday
evening was well attended and the
program was carried out in com
mendable style. Those taking part
demonstrated careful preparation.
The tree decorations were very at
tractive and the teachers are to be
congratulated on the splendid suc
cess of the affair.
James Randall left Friday eve
ning for his home in Fairview to
spend the holidays.
Hans Anderson left for Lari
more last Friday afternoon where
he will visit for the winter.
Harold Everson from the state
university at Missoula arrived last
Friday morning to spend the holi
|days at his home here.
Viola Everson arrived from the
state university Saturday morning,
Mr. and Mrs. Lybgas and chil
^ drove to Columbus, N. D. t fol
h t ^ ^ re i atives> last
« ,
u ? a ^' , . * neonle
A car load of young people mo
t<ored out ^ a la J e n€ar 1 Ba * mar
• a few days skating last Su*
day *
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peterson
spent last Sunday in Bainville vis
iting with old time friends.
Mr, and Mrs. Bert Amundsen
are spending a few days with
friends in this locality.
COMMISSIONERS'
PROCEEDINGS
Agreement arid Bond
Approved.
At 2 o'clock p. m., Dec. 1, 1930
the board of county commissioners
met in regular session, French, Iv
erson and the Clerk present, Anker
absent on leave.
On motion the agreement and
bond of JuUus Stoen for furnish
ing coal for the county was ap
proved.
r ts Approved.
motion the monthly reports
for the month of November, 1930,
of the Sheriff Clerk of Court and
Clerk and Recrder, and the Clerk's
trial balance or the month of Oc
tober, were approved.
Polling Place hanged
On motion the Polling Place for
the precinct of Daleview, No. 11,
was ordered changed from the
town hall to the school honse.
Old A gen Pension Approved.
On motion the application for
old age pension of Theo. Theiser
was approved for $16 per month.
Special Meeting.
On motion the board decided
special meeting of the board be
held on the 26th day of December
and the Clerk was instructed to
have the necessary notices posted.
At 6 o'clock p. m. the board ad
journed until 9:00 o'clock a. m. De
cember 2nd.
At 9 a. m. Dec. 2, 1930 the
board resumed pursuant to ad
K
a
journment made, French, Iverson
and the clerk present.
Assessment Ordered Changed—
On motion the assessment of M.
J. Casey on Lots 1-3-4, E%NWÎ4,
SW%NE%, NW%SE%, NE^SE
%, 18-87-51, was ordered changed
so as to be assessed in zone two
instead of in Zone 1, for the 1931
assessment.
Fair Board Appointed—
On motion the following
were
BAYER ASPIRIN
is always SAFE
Vi
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rv
Beware of Imitations
Genuine
.. Bayer Aspirin, the
kind doctors prescribe and millions
of users have proven safe for more
than thirty years, can easily be
identified by the name Bayer and
the word genuine as above.
Genuine Bayer Aspirin is safe and
sure; always the same. It has the
unqualified endorsement of physi
aans and druggists everywhere. It
doesn't depress the heart. No harmful
after-effects follow its
Bayer Aspirin is the universal anti
dote for pains of all kinds.
Headaches
Colds
use.
Neuritis
Neuralgia
Sp r e Throat Lumbago
Rheumatism Toothache
Aspirin is the trade-mark of Bayei
manufacture of raonoaceticacidestei
°* saucylicacid.
appointed as members of the coun
ty to ward: C B. Bull and Jack
ISÄ H„SÄ TuL S I
SÄt" oi £
mar for a term of one year.
On motion the following securi- j
ties were approved as security foi
cunty funds on deposit with the ,
fllowing banks:
Citizens State Bank of Dooley,
county warrants $l,8o8.zi. |
Security State Bank Outlook.
County warrants $4,568.89. i
Farmers & Merchants St. Barde,
Plentywood, Co. warrants $8,003.88
First National Bimk, Reserve,
county warrants, $1,538.94, Sheri
dan County bond $6,000.00
Farmers State Bank, Westby,
county warrants, $2,933.31.
First State Bank, Medicine Lake
county warrants, $3,000.05.
At 12 noon the the board recess
ed until 2 o'clock p. xn.
At 2 o'clock p. m. the board re
sumed pursuant to recess taken,
French Iverson and the Clerk pres
ent
On motion the following claims
were ordered paid and the clerk in
structed to draw warrants there
fore on the different funds:
GENERAL FUND
I
408.55
pense ... 89.71
Niels Madsen, Nov. sal- 166.67 j
A. D. Hovet, Nov. sal. 137.50
Helga Hanisch, Nov. sal. 126.00
Gertie Petersen, Nov. Sal. 110.00
Med. Lake Wave, county
printing .-.
E. S. Koser, salary and ex
A. J. Kollman, Nov Sal
H. M. Goodman, Nov. Sal. 137.501
Glow Krebsbach, Nov. Sal.. 100.00
Lillian Paske, Nov. Sal
Ole Aspelund, Nov. sal- 150.00
C. F. Christensen, Nov, Sal. 137.50
C. B. Peterson, Nov. Sal. 150.0
D. C. Peterson, Nov sal
Hans P. Madsen, Nov sal .... 187.50
Robert Smith, Nov sal
J. t F. Murray, Nov sal
Fsfrik Dionne, Nov sal
fJa£. Singleton, Nov sal. 150.00
Linda E. Hall, Nov sal . 137.50
Cora Debing, Nov sal .-— 125.00
E. G. Ferguson Nov sal . 108,33
Amanda Johnson, Nov sal.. 100.00
GrantBakewell , Nov sal .. 75.00
Ida Bunhun, Nov sal .—. 100.00
J. G. Debing, memo abstract 5.00
L. G. Zeidler, repairs .
Hans P. Madsen, mileage. .. 78.85
J. G. Wagner, rent of office 35.00
Hans P. Madsen, board of
prisoners .
C. R. Brock, rent of polling
place — .
Miller's Pharmacy, fumiga
tors .—...
166.67
100.00
137.50
150.00
137.50
150.00
8A6
21.00
... 10.00
11.25
Ada Worth, traveling exp... 50.17
Robt. L. Wheeler, office wk. 184.00
A. J. Kollman, mileage —
E. E. Belanski justice fees
Julias Stoen, coal for court
house --
West Pub. Co., law books...
Redstone Review, printing..
Myles Henderson, supplies..
Loyd Bantz, posting notices
E. E. Singleton, mileage. ..
Underwood Typewriter Oo.,
Typewriter .—.
F. D. Morck, premium on
bonds --
City of Plentywood, water
for court house .:.. ; .—
C, W. Mills, rent of polling
place -
E. V. Hurst, fixing polling
place ---
Fred Ibsen, appraising land 60.00
H. A. Cleveland, election
exlection expense -
O. M. Lutnes, rent of poll
ing place ...—
Hans P. Madsen, mileage....
Grant Bakewell, mileage &
premium on bond..
D. A. Lobdell, registering
electors ....
H. R. Wangerin, rent of
polling place ..
Georgia H. Whipps, opinion
service ...
Congregational church, rent
of building ...
Adolph Stephan, rent of
polling place -
United Chemical Co
plies ____
Katherine Marron, rent of
polling place ..
Niels Madsen, petty cash.... 136.30
4.35
7.60
277.10
20.00
2.66
1.00
2.50
87.73
74.88
31.00
11.70
.... 10.00
4.55
5.00
6.00
2.25
23.50
2.50
6.001
9.00
14.00
6.00
sup
46.68
J 10.00
.w
Farmers!
Prices are Down
A
Prices at the Archer Store are Down
1
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I have less than a $10,000.00 Stock that I will sell at my regular prices
because 1 want to buy an Elephant and must have the money
right away:
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TOMATOES
Solid Pack No. 2
Hundreds of gallon tins, sold
pack fruit at
SALMON ...
can
75c and
up
Three
Ten
24 cans
35c
cans
cans .
15c to 35c
$1.25
(No higher)
Nearly all 5c Candy
2.50
Six for
25c
DRIED FRUIT
l also have much less than 500
25-ît) boxes of dried fruit
FROZEN FISH
Cock-eyed Pike
White Fish
at:
Prunes, 25-tb
$1.50
Pickerel
Raisins, Pears, Peaches and
Apricots
At Attractive Prices
Silver Herring
10c a pound, and
up
Mrs. H. M. Whitmarsh
Rice 5 lbs.
Beans, 5 lbs.
Cranberries, 2 lbs.
30c
Proprietor and Owner
35c
35c ; ARCHER
MONTANA
Monarch Lumber Co., desk
material ..-. 31.05
Vpe 6,60
260
supplies _.......
q. Penney Co >f supplies....
Producers News, printing....
j. Jensen, rent of poll
ing place ...J..—.
M Kudrna> rent 0 f poll
j n „ piæe ...
Lbr c 0 " rent of
poling p i ace
Plentywood Herald, printing 8.50
j c storkan ^ & exp> 122.50
gchool Dist No go, rent o£
676
1.00
9.00
10.00
10.00
6.00
....... 256.00
court house ....
E. G. Ferguson, traveling
.. 114.62
expense -
F. J. Sherry, registering
• •••••• ••••-••»••••••••••
Mt. St. Tel. & Tel. Co., rent 80.44
Frank Dionne, fixing elec
tion booths —.
J. M. Kudrna, aegistering
electors -
M. S. Nelson, per diem and
mileage .
1.75
9.00
1.00
62.80
L. S. Olson, prem. on bond 71.30
Florence Ziebarth, tract in
dexwork .-.
160.00
L. S. Olson, prem. on bond 475.00
Lutheran church, Raymond,
rent of polling place .
j. F. Wolter rent of polling
ing palce -
Hans P. Madsen, mileage as
dep. treasurer ..
j. W. Bernhardt, fencing ... 103,10
Peterson Co., supplies
5.00
.... 10.00
7.50
9.60
NEW YEAR'S CARNIVAL DANCE
-at the
F ARMER-LABOR TEMPLE at Plentywood
on
WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 31.1930
Montana's Brigh test S pot_
For Benefit of The Plentywood Band
ADMISSION
$1.00
SEE
"The Battle of the Air"
Dance to the season's latest hits with Harry
DeSilva and his Wildwood Dance Band.
MIRTH
FROLIC
FUN
* -.. '
«••••••»♦•••••••
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fr-*
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••7
MERRY CHRISTMAS
There's nobody for whom we wish more
happiness than you, our friends I
THE FASHION SHOP
Mrs. Helgeson.
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mi
A REAL WISH TO OUR FRIENDS:
The Best Christmas—
The Finest New Year—TO YOU.
THE CITY CAFE
Harry Koike, Manager
15.50
Niels Madsen, """Ï
Edw Iverson, per diem and ^ ^
pÂnchTpÆ Ä
"®^" s »-«•>
29.40
FOR
PROTECTION
A6AW8T
FIRE. LIGHTNING. CY
CLONE. WINDSTORM
m a
POLICY
I» THE
NORTHWESTERN
NATIONAL
P0R RATES SEE -JEIÄT"
THE LITTLE AGENT
C«H or A<
G.G. POWELL
Plentywood

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