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SAFE Officers and Directors LORENS LORENSEN THOS, C. ANDERSON A. GOEDDERTZ P.T. SWEENEY A KEVIN, MONTANA Assets $25,000.00 Capital and Surpus $30,000.00 We Invite Your Account— y our Business Appreciated <0 ' Well Managed Growing A. N. PÜRKEY, Cashier ADA GOEDDERTZ, Assistant Cashier sQi _ L.OCAL NEWS Elmer Linskog was a visitor from Conrad Sunday. -0 M. C. Morrison made a business trip to Conrad yesterday. t -o Mrs. M. D. Ridle of Shelby was a business call« 1 in Kevin yesterday. J. B. Byrne of Oilmont was a Kevin caller Saturday. -0 Frank Chandler and son left Tues day for Calgary for a few days o Malcolm P. Lyon of Shelby made a business trip in this vicinity Monday. -o Lloyd Callison was a business visitor in Shelby Saturday. -o Bob Kelly , and Ernie Drader, tool dressers on a well near Sweet Grass, were callers in our city last week. -o Herbert Stai, who has been employed here in the capacity of cashier at the G. N. depot, departed for Seattle last Saturday where he has accepted a salesman position. * lo OILMONT MEAT Company I 4> FRESH AND CURED MEATS •• 4. Highest prices paid for— BEEF PORK— AND VEAL— t WE BUY HIDES OILMONT, MONTANA ELBERT & THIEL, Proprietors ? ❖ •W4* W. B. TRADING COMPANY KEVIN'S ECONOMY STORE = T ■ j Art Dailey made a business trip to Great Falls last week and returned in a new Pontiac. o Ervin Dipple turned his car over last Friday near Gold Butte, fortunately however, Mr. Dipple was unhurt. -(r Mr. and Mrs, J. N. Brown, Mrs. Ray Minor and Wilbur Anderson made a business trip to Shelby Saturday. Bill Dailey, driller at the Tarrant well west of town, was a caller in oar city Monday. 0 Harry Johnson who resides west at Kevin near Demars, was a business visitor in Town Tuesday. Miss Jack Crawford spent seve -al days over the week end visiting at the Earl Staples home in Oilmont. -« Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lyons of Oilmont were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Dingman Friday evening. -0 Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Smiley took their little daughter, Betty Jean, to Shelby Monday to consult a physician. Betty Jean has developed a light case of measles. V. V. "Bill" Sorenson, day chef at the Owl cafe moved into his new home .on First street west last week. -o Mr. and Mrs. Claude Boot of Gal lup City were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Rock. -0 J. W. "Butch" Perron has just com pleted a garage on his lot at the rear of his residence. O. D. Clark, Toole comity sheriff, was in Kevin the last of the week at tending to business matters. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Landry of Sun burst motored to Great Fails Saturday for a few days visit with friends. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thompson and son, Robert, were business callers in Conrad Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Morrison and son were Conrad business visitors last Saturday, returning the same day. Mrs. Harry Abbott of Sunburst is spending the week in Great Falls vis iting with friends. •a Edwin Scholcraft, of Billy Oregon, is spending some time here visiting with his brother, Glenn Scholcraft. -0 Mrs. Earl Staples and two daught ers, former residents of Kevin but now of Oilmont, were visiting with Mrs. O. D. Crawford Thursday. George Dingman was called to Dev ils Lake, North Dakota, Sunday by the serious illness of his sister who resides at that place. -0 Gordon Campbell and Mrs. Mae E. Gagel left the last of the week for Great Falls to attend to business mat ters for a few days. -0 Mrs. J. L. Rock entertained a few friends at bridge Monday evening. Mrs. Harry Shanklin win high score. Lunch was served >y Mrs. Rock. O. H. Badger returned Sunday from Winnett, having gone there to attend the funerel of Erick Hove, his partner in the Mode clothing store here. Mrs. Esther Martin and son, Junior, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Wil sey, returned from Great Falls Mon C ( ay 0 Grant Snyder, of Livingston, father of Harold Snyder, arrived here Satur day to visit' with his son and wife for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Hewitt expect to move the last of this week or the first of next into one of Mrs Prender gasf houses near the school house. 0 Mrs. B. C, Herd entertained one ta ble at bridge Friday evening. Mrs. J. L. Rock won honors for high score. Lunch was served by the hostess. Harold Archibald, formerly merch ant of Kevin, but now located at Ches ter, was looking after business Interest in Kevin this week. 0 Miss Lucille Busch has resumed her duties as day waitress in the Owl cafe after a months vacation in Hoboken, New Jersey. Earl Miller and Jack Parson, Kevin painters, are buisy in their vocation on various buildings in Shelby this week. ■0 Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Clark moved to Oilmont last week, manager of the W. B. Trading Co. at that place. Mr. Clark Is •0 Earl Ferris returned to Kevin from Calgary last Thursday where he has spent the past several months in the oil field. 0 Miss Billie South of Sunburst and her sister, Lucille Bush moved into the Rock residence last week. Miss Doro thy Waters also took up her residence with the young ladies during the latter part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Snyder have moved into the S. P. "Bud" DeGroat residence, recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Clark. -0 A marriage license was Issued by the Clerk of court last Wednesday to A. W. P. Quintmeyer, of Oilmont, and Beat rice Taylor, of Chinook. m V Mr. and Mrs. Earl Perris left Friday for Boulder Hot Springs where Mr. Ferris will take treatments for several weeks in hopes of benefiting his health. -0 R. C. Tarrant of Casper, Wyo., who is doing considerable drilling, and has several producers on the west side, ar rived here Saturday by air, returning to Casper Monday. -0 Manager Jule Alrick of the Kevin baseball club, had bills printed this week announcing a game for Sunday June 9, in this city, at 3 p. m., with the fast Milk River team from Canada. The Kevin boys will go to Milk River tomorrow to give them a game on their diamond. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ramsey and family spent the week end in Conrad visiting at the L. N. Humphreys home, Mr. Ramsey and Mr. Humphrey went on a fishing trip near Dupuyer and was caught in the storm which struck that vicinity, and were stalled in tl.eir car all Saturday night, being pulled out Sunday morning and returned to Conrad Sunday p. m. THE DUART PERMANENT WONDER WAVE THAT GIVES THE MOST NATURAL CURL EFFECT. DOES NOT REQUIRE A FINGER WAVE Prices $10 and $15 Vanity < Beauty Shoppe "pHojwm u* JTHELHy NOTICE Dr. P. H. Keller of Kalispell, spec ialist in fitting glasses gnd treating cross eyes, may be consulted on Fri day, June 7th. Make appointments at the Kevin Hotel. 3-3t 0 FOR SALE OR TRADE—Lot with two houses and garage, one block off of main street, located on lot 25, block 2. Will trade for new car or good oil stock. Value of property $1600. If interested write H. N. Kramer. White (3-2t) tail, Montana. House and Lot For Sale Cheap, if taken at once,—In heart of City.—In quire at Kevin Review office. (43-tf) -0 Will buy Landownerr's Royalties from owner for cash, producing or in proven territory, if title is guaranteed and price right. FINANCIAL SER VICE CORPORATION 402 Empire State Bldg., Spokane, Wash. 48-4t -o Continued ram/ail in Toole county from early Saturday evening until during the night Sunday, provided a sufficient amount of moisture for all crops. This is the longest continued rain for this section this season. In some sections they have not had even light rains and were greatly in need of the soaker. Several citizens of Kevin were stranded away from home with cars, coming in by train. The circus billed for Shelby Sunday afternoon, did not even stretch their tents, and passed on to Lethbridge where they had the next dating. All ball games were called off, and the fans spent the day at home and rest.