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u rniKKAN «•my«
h M- Sinniinisnn, I'astor
Sunday. " f ' paslor in Plenty
Serv% m aIul at Outlook at
w«8 u l !lt ' m,. .sigunl Simundson
2:30 p- • '
will have
ill Ajltt'lopc* at
a t !>ooloy
at 2:30 p.
11 a
, , r ;
Sunday, , , , ,, a m I
c »rvii'GS Hl IK>°l< \ «il
^ intolope at 2:30 p. m. Mr. ;
■ "... will have services at j
I ,t II i m. and at Out
1 at 1 « **• 1 . .
Kindly make a nou.
Siuiuii 1
look ;it
of th®*
i , i 1
Summer \|watlon school :
•il h um • lt ,1 "' ''*' ur< ' h :lt . Ante-j
w1 " „ Ihmdav. June 29 at 9 a. m. j
V>p, 'u . tint « vervone will be send
.i, e children. I lease «Ion t kt.ep
then, homo just because you feel
ülCn ,pp n ot able to pay so much
r?this schooling. We are going
* . am i finance tins school a
Stilt diffrri-ntly this year.
The Plentywood Aid will meet
, »hp home of Mrs. Timmerman
* «hr 2nd of July. A visiting pas
Z will give a talk on Christian
" li2W .hip. All Aid members are
nv ited to this meeting.
* M
<(' G Tjomslan«!. Pastor)
. , „ , , ,
Wansn school—Sunday school
. 10 an«! services at 11 a. m. and
«vices at the Redstone school at
3 n m. followed by the confirma
tion class, all on Sunday, July 5th.
Haw ffood millett seed and bar
lev *«h 1 for sale. Price reasonable.
Prtirits Seed Farm, Crosby, North
Mixed Feed $15.00 per ton bulk
4 t the Like Mill. r "
41 s in this column are charged lor
•t the rate of two cents for each
««id each week. No ad taken for
jms than 35 cents.
jtonM accompany copy for the adv.
PO* SALE —Kitchen cabinet, China
rabint-1, Beds and dressi-s. Mrs. Ed.
Estes, Plenty wood
etove, three
Will sell
Call th<- Produe*-rn News,
yo* SALE—Kerosene
burners. Good as now.
90TICE —The Dooley Feed Mill will
be closed for repairs beginning
July 1st, for about three weeks.
TOR SALE. Call or write James
Ostby, M«-Cabe, Mont.
TARN TOR BALE—220 acres with
rikxI improvements, % mile from
whool and church. Six miles BE
of Dagmar. 15,000.00. Terms. Hans
Rasmussen. 1 'lent y wood.
FOB SALE—Registered Nuland Flax
need, first prize at county fair and
ecc.ond at Great Falls seed show;
germination 99 per cent. Price 12
B0T1CXI Est ray Taken Up — Came
to my place two w«'«'ks ago, bay
gelding, w«^ight 1200, lame,
braede«! on right rump........
and one gray gelding,
weight 1200, lame, branded_
on right shoulder Owner
can have same by paying
for advertising and keep.
_Chris. W. Norgaard, Wcst
by, Mont., R. R. 1. box 54. (12-3)
c .
»OB SALE —Chester White pigs six
weeks to three months eld. $2.60
to |ti.00. Also registered Hereford
bulin, three yearlings and one 2
year-old, f'50 and $75. T^wls Marsh
tlOQjOO will put you In possession of
40 or 80 acres of very productive
land with easy payments. Land
from ||.00 to $16.00 per acre. Ar
thur Reuber, Llttlefork, Mlnnetso
ÏOE SALE—Prolonged Illness forces
•ale of Antelope Hotel, partly fur
nished; two lots, main street. An
telope, Mont. $1,000—|2B0 down
and $25 per month. 6% Interest.
Address owner. Box 208, Kalispell,
Montana. (12-4t)
bOTlt* — Tarne to My Place about
May 1 st four head of horse,
iwys. one grey and one black. Own
tT P«y for the advertising and
fri the horses. Art Noll, Dooley,
Montana. (18-St)
1 1
^ Beef, Lamb
or Pork
y° u choose here you'll be
**ck for
meat marke
Phone 17
Kniest Itruvoid had the misfort
to break a leg just above
the ankt<>
a horse
and in some
way the
with lb.- above mentioned result
Mr. and Mrs.
.. . Henry Christianson
J««;«' the proud parents of a boy born
n.ursday morning. The
upon arrival tippod the
,, oundB .
Krank Marsh wm a caller at the
August Gruchil home Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm
family were
young man
scale al KV6
Corcoran and
.... . .. visitors at the home of
Ih.-ir daughter. Mrs. Henry Chrlslan
son. Sat unlay
Mra H M. i.aVerdure and child
and Gladys KaVenlure sp.- n t Friday
«1 the 1'ete KaVenlure home. V
* r A , l vol t d took his daught
which place she will all
«'«id summer
relumed the first
«>f the w«-ek.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ko ft us
itmg with her folks. Mr
Samen Hanson Sal
Mr. and Mrs.
1 Viler
was vis
nn«l Mrs.
urda yevening.
, , ,, William Corcoran
-mil family were visiting with th«-i
«laughter Mrs. H.-nry Quamme
Sunday the 15th.
.. , R l r -. am A Mr . s - ®Wvvln Bergenbokken
at Dooli'y Satur
took in the danco
day nifçht.
^rnohl and Jerme! Hanson.
....r»««« «pont
I Rruvold, tdyde King spent Sunday
evening June 16th at Brush Kake.
Ralph and Jim King shipped a few
heacl of hors«\4 to Minnesota Wed
1 will b«* g«me.
cropö art* all shot around C
except the latests to be
If It doesn't rain soon that
The fanners an- wor
rying now that they wont get fc«>d
enough for their stock for tho wint
It Is report«-d now that the
farmers in the western part of
North Dakota are shipping their
stock out heraus«- of lack of fe«;d.
George KaVerdure was
shopper Friday.
A bunch of «he young folk« from
( omortown took In the dance Satur
day night at Dooley.
John KaVerdure spent a few days
with Arnold Hanson the
a Dooley
past w«-«-k.
WOLP CREEK .... *4®-I1a? Seoltet.at
Mrs. Dan Campbell entertained
tho Home D«-monstratlon Club Thurs
day afternoon with a large atlend
Two new members were taken
into tho club. Mrs. Sven Myhre and
Mrs. Burton Davenport.
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Cowan and «•hil
dren wer«* visitors at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Cy Ulrich Sunday aft
Mr. und Mra. Spencer
were over night guest« of Mr. ami
Mrs. Dan Campbell Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Burton
Don Davenport and Maxwell Maeln
nea were valtors at
home Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas Michels of M,*d
Campbell were callers at. the Mac
Innés home Sunday afternoon.
The dance at the Wolf Cr«,'«>k HaM
put on by the 4-H
Girls Saturday night
by a large crowd. There will be 21
4-H Boys and Girls able to attend
the 4-H Camp at Brash Lake In July
hy earning their way.
,ak«' and Mr. and Mrs. Dan
Club Boys and
was attend,'d
Wilbur Htrube and Eugene Collins
gave a dance and party at the Cork
ery school last Saturday night. The
Lee boys from Just across the Can
adian line furnished the music for
the small gatlmrlng present.
Mrs. Edward Robinson and son and
daughter drove up from Bainvllle on
Saturday to spend the day at the
Wm. Roblnwon home. They returned
the same day when Mrs. Robinson
accompanied them back where she
will sptmd a few days visiting.
The many friends of Thelma Hol
land Joined together last Saturday.
June 20 to help her celebrate her 7th
birthday. A most delicious lunch
was served by Mrs. Harry Holland.
pleasant time was had by the
young folk« and Thelma received
«several beautiful gifts.
Beryl Hovdey and Ruth Holland
are staying at the Henry Hill horn«'
at Raymond where they are attend
ing the Lutheran Bible school. Tues
day Is their last day of school.
Carl Stadstad was a Raymond call
er Monday.
F, G. Mills and Mrs. Claude Mills
and son Frederick motored to Mar
tin, North Dakota where Mr. Mills
will visit with friends. Prom there
Mrs. Claude Mills will go to Ellen
dale where sh«; will visit with Mrs.
Mills's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fitzgerald and
children Ignatius and Agnoa motored
to Garrison. North Dakota Tuesday
Stella Corkery went with them as
far as Minot. From there «he will
go to Burlington where she will vis
it with her sister. Magdalene Fitz
gerald returned to Outlook with the
PltzgoraWs when they returned.
The North Country Club met at
the John I^add, Jr., home lost Wed
nesday. Mrs. John Ladd. Sr., was the
honor guest.
Last Tuesday Mrs. Clint
and Wm. Ooodlaxon were
honored by having friends entertain
the mat a lovely supper at the Clin
ton Cooper home. The occasion was
thel rbtrthday anniversary.
Scl Ooodlaxon and his mother.
Mrs. Wm. Ooodlaxon motored
Zahl where they visited at tho Car
rol Hendricks home. Scl and his two
sisters, Velma and Verona, who have
been visiting at the Hendricks home.
returned to Outlook Thursday. Mrs.
Ooodlaxon and Mr. and Mrs. Carrol
Hendricks will motor to Drake where
they will visit friends.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ladd. Jr., and
daughter. Hazel Mae, visited at the
Keogh ranch lost Sunday.
Mr, and Mrs. Bills Hurst of the
North Dalcvlew country were week
end visitors In Outlook.
Mr«. Snyder and son Bari, wife
and baby who have been visiting In
Iowa aro now visiting friends In
Outlook. , _
Mr and Mra. Tony Gaines of Red
stone were Outlook visitors Sunday.
Mra. Frank Miller and daughter,
Mrs BUI Noble, and children from
Canada visited friends In Outlook on
VV Mrf/ S Don Trower returned to her
homo in Scobey Saturday. She has
been visiting with her father, bro
thers and friends here.
Mr and Mrs. C. M. Undhjem of
Plentywood visited at the Boc home
in Outlook last Sunday.
Mr and Mrs. Welch and children
of McElroy visited at the Tobin
homeTast Sunday.
_ *****
The worst dust storm °* tha aea
son raged here the 17th and °
this month. The air BO
with dust, especially °. n .Æ* 1
day of the storm that at times build
short distance away cou'd not
Motorists on the road
few feet ahead of
heavy gusts
* * * * *
logs a
be discerned,
could see only a
their cars when the .
came. The dust was so thld: even
inside dwelling« that th *_*
noticeably smokey in
After the storm had abated the drift
ed soil lay along fences wd road
ways or other obstruction sometimes
as much as three feet deep. One
farmer reported drifts op either s
of his dwelling one toot ,Î5T P 0 f a n
frbm 40 to 60 feet wide «nd of an
indefinite length. This «torm «»
well as previous ones banl
on vegetation. The drifting soi
«iff leaves and tender shoots
lerever exposed to its merciless
onslaught. Right sh. wens the first
10 Week settled the dust tempor
'rii.v. The total rainfall amounted 1o
one fourth Inch.
A goodly number of fri
neighbors descended on
home In the
Saturday at
of the lady's
mis and
the Rurek
north McElroy territory
noon to surprise Mrs.
surprise was in honor
, . Slsl birthday. The
gm'slu brot refreshments ami served
? i noon lunch. The afternoon was
^,f* ant 4 r spent playing games and
'isitlng At fiv«> o'clock the guests
departed expressing their apprecia
tion of a pleasant afternoon and
wishing th«dr hostess many happv
returns of the day. A number of
gitlw were presented to Mrs. Rurek
a token of the est«>em In which
she is hold.
and Mrs.
., „ Eugene Con- y ...
I eerless, Montana, drove h«-re Satur
day to look after their farm
rented hy the Rurek family,
also visited some of their
neighbors, returning to Peerless
A surprise was
, «sprung on Miss
Kill«-1 I oele at (he horn«* of her sis
ter. Mrs Tony Weller Saturday e\e
nlnK. Many fHonda attondod tho oc
11 kfdHK Iho young lady's
birthday. The evening was spent In
dancing. The Helrem Brothers fur
nished the music. Midnight
was served by the host .«as
Weller. Miss Peele received several
vry appropriate gifts. The
broke up In the morning.
Reinhart Anderson was taken sud
denly ill Saturday
tack being brot
evening, the at
on by low blood
Tin- patient was uncon
scious at firwt hut his condition be
ran to improve
♦ * » Ÿ »
♦ » » » ¥
Sunday Margaret Richardson
». ,in «I
Magnus Aasheim returend from Dll
hm at which place they attend«>d the
normal school.
Ruth Irwin left for her home on
Thursday of last week—Ft. Sumner
New Mexico.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dahl and daugh
ter were Sunday visitors at the Art
Anderson home.
A week ago Sunday Art Enfield
m«»tored to Wolf 1'olnt to spend the
Having spent the winter with her
aunt ln Hilling«.« whtle attending
school, Ardella Stoen arrlv«>d Friday
to spend the summer at the homo of
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Julius
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Ueland drove
lo Crosby Wed. to visit the Thmi
Monday night supper guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Jon:«*« Erick
son wer«- Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Rol
and and son. Kurths, Mabel Ueland
and Kenneth Nicholson.
The Muddy Flat base ball team
was victorious in the game Sunday
against the East Side, the score be
ing 12 to 4.
Driving home from Plentywood on
Sunday evening Paul Christianson
and Morris Hovland tipped over the
former's Ford damaging it slightly,
The men were uninjured.
Tuesday, Dave Bcrtllson, Vernon
Hoven and Paddiock got 25 racing
turtles by express and started on
a tour of Dakota, Minnesota, and
Montana t«i hold races at fairs and
special doings.
Church was more than
filled Friday- at the funeral of Kud
I vlg Rorvig who died June 14. The
casket was covered with beautiful
flowers. Rev. Simundson conducted
the services: two duets were sung
hy Fred' Blackmore and Mrs. Flor
once Richardson and two selection:«
sung by the Reserve male quartette,
R. R. Ueland. Otto Hendrickson,
Richard Grayson, James Stewart,
Edw. versoln and Christ Island were
pall bearers. The remains were In
lerred In the cemetery southeast of
Antelope where his wife and one son
are burled.
Among those who arrived from a
distance to the funeral wore Mr. and
Mrs. Billie. Bell of Towner, N. D.,
Mr. and Mns. Joe Brorby and Mr. an«l
Mrs. Melvin Grinnn from Noonan, N.
Gladys and Rosella Rorvig accom
panied Mr. and Mrs. B. Bell back to
Towner Sunday.
Magnus Lee and Eli Sorvlck re
turned Monday night from ihelr vis
it In Dakota and Minnesota.
Monday night a good soaking rain
fell which puts new life Into the
Gilbert Arneson went to Poplar on
The 4-H Sewing Club was enter
tained at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
A. D. Clark Tuesday.
Little Lilly Mae Paterson who has
t, een m f or the pawt month was op
era t e d on for the removal of fluid
from a lung on Thursday afternoon,
the operation being performed at the
Carl Johanson returned from Boze
man Sunday. He reports that It looks
good there but that It looks bad In
the WllBaton vicinity.
A road crew started work around
here this week. Janus Jorgensen Is
road boas.
Chris Joahnsen is working on Hen
drik Hendrlkacn's well these days.
Carl Hansen Is In Sidney on his
vacation at this time.
People around here arc turning
their live stock out Into the wheat
o rcn ora hospital by Dr. Weeks.
Mrs. Joe Patterson's sister and
f arn |)ÿ a nd an uncle from LaCrosse,
-wig., accompanied by her father and
mo ther, Mr. and Mrs. Marsh of
Lostwood. N. D., came on Thursday
toT a f ew days' visit.
T he Lutheran Ladle« Aid was en
tertained in tho homo of Mrs. Her
p e terson on Thursday of last
Mrs. Martin Torgcrson was a csll
er at the home of Mrs. John Miller
Friday afternoon.
Fred King of Bainvllle was an ov
crnlght visitor at the Brock heme
chrls-t Wlllumson has been on the
sick list the past week.
Marjorie Legge VLlted her cousin
Helen Lundberg Wednesday and
wedm sday night while Donald made
a visit with his grandparents, Mr.
an d Mra Wm. Legge at the same
This community was surprised on
Sunday night and Monday evening
with a good shower. As this Is the
first rain of the season needless to
gay every one was more than pleas
e d. However. , th ®. w "
not sufficient to do »n> great a
mount of good as the soli heie is so
thoroughly dried out it would take
several days of rain to
grass. The crops on a wnoie are
gone and without good rains at once
there will not bo feed for stock even.
Some farmers started to seed flax
after the rain but the wind came up
and aucoeeded in puttlnK most or
the soil in the air as has been the
case all spring. „ .
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Henke
Mra. Chris Heiberg visited with Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Sonnenberg ot near
Hanks, on Tuesday
Mr. and Mns. Jack Vance are the
parents of a son born on Monday
June 22 at their home here.
A dance was enjoyed by a goodly
number from this vicinity on Wed
nesday evening at the Schmitz oarn.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Peterson and
family and Emellua Olsen visited on
Sunday at the Joe Fredricks home
near Medicine Lake.
The friends of Sam Patterson came
In Tuesday evening and treated mm
and hit wife to a charivari to which
they responded very handsomely.
Mr. and Mra. Patterson ars undtclded
as to whether the real ceremony or
the mock wedding which they were
forced to
wan the moat exciting,
and groom were dressed up in
peclally designed
Indulge In that evening
Airs. Henry Henke presiding at the
piano played "There's no Place Pike
1 Ion»«*" us the wedding march. While
Mrs. Melvin Rongstad and Miss Do
Comes Down the Mountain" the brid
al party took tlvlr places at the al
tar and responded
promises exacted hy the Officiating
minister. After the ceremony con
gratulations w«M-e very profuse. Aft
a most pleasant evening and
lunch all departed wishing Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Patterson all the pleas
ures Imaginable in married 1 if«'.
The «;attl«: buyer from Rainville
was In our midst Thursday.
Henry Henke and Chris Heiberg
delivered hogs to Qrenora Thursday.
« r
(EDITOR'S NOTE!— in each line
of this type there are on an average
H y™ To"
umn 22 inches long there are about
242 lines-^-irequlrlng the striking of
kf T s on ,. , *? e composing machine
Ü.5.Î0 times. When everything Is run
nlng smoothly and the machine man
doosn t have to stop to decipher copy I
and try to figure out what the writ-,
*-r of an item is trying to say he can]
^-fromT 8 0 ,r 'to e f2 ,0 c t o?Imn» 8 ln '
day—only about 9r,,ooo letters and ;
spaces. Of course this Is nothing ;
numerous time« each week,
1 week so our correspondent says we.'at
erred and here Is the correction; ]
One item last week should have I
read: Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Rasmussen i
Htt.-mh-d church ln «Trenora in-ati-ad,
' f And" it Hn \Vas mk.' 'Joneson^!nsteaU
of MRS. who accompanied the Brink-j
mans on their trip south. (
(George Johnson. Reporter)
The Busy Bee Roys Oluh held Us
fourth meeting on June 14 at the
home of Carl Kodahl. At this meet
Ing It was decided not to divide the
club Into two groups until next year.
Art Christensen was elected cap
tain of the Junior has«-ha11 nine.
The following committee was «P* i
pointed by the president to make nr
rungontonts for the Fourth of July,^!
celebration to ho held at the Thoin
_ . . . , . -
linn Johansen, Henry Jorgensen Geo. '
.lohnsrn. Knud Paulsen. Carl Johan- 1
sen and Nels Sorensen,
After the meeting Carl Johansen |
and Nels Soyenson left for Bozeman ;
as «ielegates to the State Club camp !
The next meeting will he held at
the home of Jim Kaae on June 28
at two o'clock.
„ t-, . . ... . i
Th«' North Dagmar Kunchcon Club
Juniors hold their fourth meeting |
at the home of Carl Kodahl on June .
14 Plan a were discutas, d f..r the 4t J
of July celebration. It was de« Ided
I to give a health program,
It was decid 'd to make salad
| «Ir« «sing, potato salad, mayonnaise I
and Boston baked beans for
Elizabeth Nielsen was elected __
make a speech on "How a Club Girl |
Should Kook" for the next meeting,
The n«*xt meeting will be held at
the home of Jim Kaae on June 28,
„"T— „ __ i
(Beryle Hovdey, Reporter)
The Second Meeting of tho club
was held June 14 at the home of
Adolph Hovdey. Th« business part of
the meeting was held first and then
the social part. A guesing contest
was one of the features of (he social
meeting. All members except two
were present. One new member was
added to the rolls. It was decided
to hold the next meeting at the Ed
die Kartor home on June 28.
After the meeting Mrs. Hovdey
served a very delicious lunch.
The guuists were Mrs. C. Hovdey,
Mrs. A. Anderson, Grandma Collins
and Gladys Karter.
next 1
Norma Johnson, Club Reporter
Happy Club held lbs
first regular meeting at the Snug
gins school June 12 at throe o'clock.
Six members attended the meeting.
The following officers were elected:
president; Lorraine
Weiss, vice-president; Elvera Berg,
secretary and treasurer; Norma
Johnson, reporter; Ruby Ross, song
and yell leader.
Mrs. Andred Berg was appointed
leader and Mrs. D. J. Ordahl was ap
pointed assistant leader.
The Happy Heart Girl Club held
its third meeting at the home of the
director. Mrs. Andrew Berg, on June
17 at two o'clock. Mrs. Henry Wless
was a visitor. The constitution was
read by Elvera Berg and approved by
all members.
The meeting was ended by singing
At four o'clock a 1
Eileen Ordahl,
several songs,
very delicious lunch was served after
which games were played.
The next meeting will be hold at
Mrs. O. J. Ordahl's, the assistant
leader, on July 1st at two o'clock.
Klenlta Moud, Reporter
We had our third meeting on June
17 at the school house. One ntw
member was udacd to the list, Lucy
Ator. Visitors at the meeting Were
Mrs. H. E. Everson, Mrs. R. Kallak
and children and Ruth Ator.
Mrs. Everson nelp*d us cut out
our material for our sewing and Mrs.
Kallak taught us many now games
and drills which pepped up the club
very much.
Sylvia Jacobsen made a very good
demonstration on how to make a
hemmed patch and Laura Rasmussen
a good one on how to make a pot
Each club member ordered a small
Instrument for a band wo aro going
to organize in our olub.
After the games and songs a com
mittee served a nice lunch.
The next meeting of Ihe club will
be held on July 1 at the school house
at one o'clock. We are going to bring
our dinners and spend the day sew
The Lone Tree Hustlers held their
first meeting on May 30 at the Har
old Griffin place. The meeting was
opened by repeating the 4-H pledge
and motto. Then the following of
ficers were elect id: KalheEn«* Hodg
son. president; Beulah Joyes,
president; r
j vice
Laura Jorde, sec y-treaa;
Anna Jerde, chib reporter; Lavlnla
Hodgson, song and yell leader and
Marcella Olson, recreation leader.
Mrs. Griffin Is the local leader
and Katherine Hodgson assistant.
Seven members aro enrolled.
After the election of officers the
subject of what was to be done at
the next meeting was taken up and
discussed. It was decided that we
would make soft custard, baked
custard and egg nog.
The meeting waw then adjourned
with some songs by the members of
the club.
The second meeting of the club
was held at Peter Olson's on Juno
The secretary read th« minutes
Personl checks will not be
Coalridge, Mont
which were approved. A constitution j
8UK K t , h 8 e tcd 1U tho W a a8 Foï?t P h of July 1
nlc be held with the Farinons Un
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Billings — Bonnie Ixirraine Can-j
dy Co. is incorporated with a cap
ital stock of $50,000.
Great Falls — St. Joseph Catho
lie parish has received a permit
to erect a $8,500 rectory at 416
Second Ave. southwest. i
Helena.- A ere wof men will
survey the boundaries of the Yel
lowstone Park.
u _. ....
Heart Butte — The Heart Butte
round house, comuililv center, is
-aiea. ^
Three Forks — Bids have been;
1°'- ^ on f tructi , on ^ a ^
; "90 high school and gymnasium
; building.
HI«"* - Way miniature
^Olf course opGnGd for the season
we.'at 318 North Main St.
] \\ri nna ti
I t winneiv
i in a second test well for oil on]
property on Buffalo and Box Elder
Havre — Preliminary work at
( the new North Montana College
; campus site is underway.
John Eilson spudded
j Poison
i wore shipped from here during a
i recent day.
Kalispell — Offices and hall of
; the federal building! are being ren
Two carloads of wool
Dillion — Plans are underway
■ to erect a new Krand stand tilC
I ^ ,
Winnett — Eugene Hunt has
nurchaaeri the W«ona refmerv at
JvT, , Q tn W®» 0 » reimery
118 place,
Butte — New equipment in ad
dltion t«> construction^ of a mess
hall an«l sleeping cabins is to be
placed in use at the Boy Scout
Summer camp in the Lowlands.
for drilling eight wells in the Cut
Cut Bank
Contracts are let
Bank area.
Manhattan — Citizens approved
the application of the Montana
Power Company for natural gas
| 1 an cnise.
. Plans are progressing for the
grading of the Garrison-Avon road
U P Little Biackfoot.
, .
| has installed a General Electric re
M „ —, mini.
Malta n. Eari ' lack GO. has
purchased a site here for retail and
i bulk gas and oil station,
Havre — The Havre Commercial
garage has been outlined with Ne
1 on lights.
Virginia City
Anaconda Hotel
Bus service has been inaugurated
between Lewistown and Harlow
Glasgow—The Cherry Creek golf
course has been completed and is
open to the public.
Harlowton — A. D. Eggenber
ger has remodeled the interior of
his place of business here.
Miles City — A. & A, Inc., re
cently chartered to operate a gen
eral mercantile business with a
capital stock of $25,00.
Baker — Pat Kaiser has pur
chased the Wav Sutton ranch.
V ■■
A 'iriàV».'.
A beautiful five-passenger car, with longer , wider body, and
attractive, comfortable interior. The slanting windshield is made of
Triplex safety plate glass. You can now have the new Ford delivered
with safety glass in all windows and doors at slight additional cost.
The price of the new Ford Standard Sedan is $590, /. o. b. Detroit.
spare tire extra at low cost. Convenient, economical term» through the
Plans of the Universal Credit Company
F. O. B. Detroit, plus freight and delivery. Bumpers and
Authorized Ford Finance
^ nnis A Vsh w:.-e| has been
installed in the irrigatiun system
three and one-half
here G| , , n ., Madi«
,ierc r " 1,s
BîllL'gt - Y île Oil 'C' . local
pi an t refining surfacing oil for the
. hiohwavR
»taie mgnways.
Miles City — I/ocal streets are
ing for construction of a service
station on First Ave. North for
H. Earl Clack Co.
miles above
n r ver.
Jlaas are progress
Helena —The Baseball field has
been improved 1 ,
City water depart
ment started pump operating on
Tet water well No. 1 located at the
entrance to the city park,
Ferma — Two carloads of wool
were shipped from here during one
Qa £, , , , ,
rAIRVIEW — I-iocal lodge and
church are beautifying grounds.
I VWKTOWN _ Pnmppsinmi
, / ' r^o ^.,1
^ as o®® 11 '^fd for the new federal
BELT _ W H Joe Morris pur
| chased on^half interest of Kenne
( jy Morris (Company,
; Optimistic Republicans In
# _
j leathering at lioinestead
Promirent bos je* «j{ the IL-publi
can party of Sheridan county as
sembled last Saturday night at the
■ )1 K °ld time dance at Homestead.
It was a splendid conglomeration
?! i vil. * nT" rUf ;f d
Tn nZ |U ® SI p ble t0 Rather
!' H .Y"
A Hoovente reports that Frank
French. Grant Bakewell Ed Pow
ers and the incomparable Joe Do
hn were all soused to the gills
and examining the "end of the de
pression that Hoover discovered
last work. While things looked
optimistic enough, all were worried
about the failure of the rye crop
(Continued from Front Page)
something should he done very
«oon. It looks as though condl
tlonp here will he as had as they i
were In Arkansas last winter. The
only way I can see out of it Is for
the people In tho county or those
In need to get together: first go to
the county commissioners. Tet, X
don't expect very much from them.
It looks as tho their Interest Is
more to turn everything over to
Joe Dolln or Harry Polk for print
ing contracts. But, anyhow, we
should try and find ont what so
lutlon the hoard has for the prob
lem. We should try through the
county, state and national govern
ment and sec If we can get any re
lief through them.
Some people seem to advocate
the helping of onrselves wherever
we can find It hnt I do not helleve
that will he so good. If some of
my neighbors should corns and take
the last chicken that X have It will
force me to go and take his last
pig or pound of hnttar or loaf of
bread.. Very few around hare have
even got enough for their own nse,
to say nothing about helping their
neighbors. An* such tactics would
only make ns fight among our
selves which would he great fan
for the rich—those who own every
thing that hy right should belong
the the workers and working farm
This makes the third year that
we la this corner of the county
have raised hardly enough to pay
the cost of harvest. And this year
the way It looks now there will
be hardly feed to keep a dosen
cattle through the winter In the
entire community, say nothing of
grain to feed hogs, chickens, tur
keys and the like and who Is It
*e©a wltn another year. It ■••ms
■o w© should try and £©t together
before we get down and out com.
pietely, 9o see if there is something
SS.ST StJSK2* *"■ a °
Let us hear from you, some one; and
or are yon an rich? if so x would
S3T Inf llaf rnf 1 mtu
juiin ana loan mo a littlo money
■o that I also may h© able to live a
short while longer, and if I ever not
get it, 1 win pay yon back. But X
SS* Âtïïir.
ever bs able to do it. And if you
now have the money I believe very
" U l if
have any left, for the worst Is yet
to come! without fall!
So let ns get together! As an in
a «g
also run the chance of going to the !
"pen" which may not be so much 1
fun If yon once try It. But If w.
get together we may get a hearing
mm'iMon-; f«e'e»-ilind I v *
Hon R . 'J . 'are irener-l
«ver Sheridan/ iVo-nevelt. Daniel?
Valley counties, in fact over
the entire northeastern corner, the
rin „ heftt S€ction of Montana,
and also nvpr th? nor - hwest part
of the state of North it
fit docs not rA ; n Kenerously (iuri ng
j the next three there will be
no fee d f or stock. The grain crop
except for a few patches cannot be
redeemed by anv amount of rain,
dividual yon can do nothing hut
starve, and If someone tries to
■teal what the neighbors have they
run the risk of getting hurt In the
act for no one will stand Idly by
and be better prepared to
our battles.
1 hear some people say we will
fight before we will starvo, and yet
I almost believe some people are
mighty close to stearvation right
So I would like to ask: "Are you
going tq fight as an Individual?"
If so X wish yon success, and hope
yon will, while you are at It, fight
my battles along with your own,
and be a real hero, and your name
will go down In history.
Dag-mar, Mont., June 91. 1931.
Tf rain is plentiful, which would
for the MAILMAN
He's a good scout, but who
wouldn't rather hear your voice
voice over the telephone than
get a letter, especially when to
day service is so fast, cost so
low. For example, station to
station day rates
SPOKANE — $2.55
DILLON — $1.95
r m* Stx*ftorpo»3
l>e unusual for this time of year
Ä , ...u«..* w%»
there may be enough wheat ma*
ture for seed and for flour, and
grain for feed, but no more. There
wo„ld br pasture and some hay
and farmers could seed millet and
oats for hay and barlev f»r feed if
they had the money for seed,
i • i , . * t
which they do not have and can
not get from local banking sources
which do not have any money to
floau and will harely be able' to
maintain their reserves. So if the
farmers get seed money, or food
if it does not rain, and hundreds
.... ...
will need food even if it does, the
county, state and nation must come
to their resources. In view of the
fact that many are actually starv
ing now there is no time to be
, lost, and meetings should be organ
*1™°*-*°* . hun *? wn r
! and children cannot wait months
1 for food and when the meetings are
caI i e(1 everybody should attend,
, J, , , j*
and no one should be too proud to
disclose his condition.
No former year has passed
without serious hail losses in
some part of Montana.
The Montana State Hail In
surance Fund is a co-opehitive
institution. Any grain grower
may secure its benefits by ap
plying to his county assessor
and agreeing to pay his share
of the 1931 assessment.
More than $100,000 cash is in
the fund to assist, if needed, in
paying 1931 losses.
For State Hail Insurance see
your County Assessor. For full
information see him or write
Helena, Montana

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