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From Our Rural Patrons Mr. Colvin of Poplar and Mr. Gates and Mr. Smith from Chelsea Creek were guests at the John Dor gan home last Monday for dinner, Mr. Herting was in this vicinity looking for seed wheat last Monday evening and Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Siljenberg vis ited at the Crawford home last Wed-j nesday. Lloyd and C. E. Hedstrom made a trip to Kahle Wednesday of this week. They were driving a team of bronchos, consequently experienced a few exciting moments occasionally Mrs. Raymond Morford called at the Dorgan home last Wednesday evening. Mrs. Moschelle and Russell Barnes spent Thursday night at the Dorgan home. Mrs. Moschelle has been ab sent all winter getting medical care for her little boy, who, we can re port, is greatly improved. John Dorgan and S. O. Hegland made a trip to Wolf Point, leaving here on Thursday and returning Sat Hilda Siljenberg spent Saturday night with Frances Siljenberg. Ingvald Engen was in this com munit> last Saturday evening look ing lor a stray mule. Charlie Siegert was a Wolf Point visitor the latter part of the week, N / Ck J: aCq r T"' SatU1 ' day nigHt wit i i e Senzek. Befoie leaving for Poplar ag^inlmcalled on serrai of the other neighbors of the com munity ,i , ,.! Joe Camrud I wid Raymond Mor .ford called on S.. 0, Hegland Sa^ur 1 n ù gU r , ,, j _ ■» J detSn SdSf*"*"* S * 9h r ?° r ; 1 aerman imciiui. «back of; The mayor stated the ffg* j nut the ouesfcW-' * > ■ l n '2 nt - put the qilfal A.ef form of amuse-1 iffent as fat as We havé been able;; tt . ., . 4 \., ,,«■/. : ■( il Hegland s white colt is so gn accus omec o citj ways and man-j ners as to cause ,t to become exc.t-, ed and pul of a runaway before}at leaving Wolf Point Saturday morn No damage was done, how-; r ^ ^ „ Raymond Morford left for Pop B ;; :: :: : :: 8 :: :: 8 B 8 :: 8 8 11 PERSHING COMMUNITY S mss sais s i iiiiii ! tt# Visa* out; mg. ever. lar Sunday. 1 I 1 ARE YOU I W_W WL ■ m IK A W rn W" 11 * /rn I ■ I ■ ■ U M ■ Jjj^ JL W I B B B ^ ^ 1 a 1 , u i . i ,^ '" a j i J 1 9 i I 5 i I I Î t i Mr. L. M. Rivkin, special representative of the AMERICAN ART CUSTOM TAILORS will be at this store Monday and Tuesday, April 26-27, with a full line of large patterns of si i I I I I I Pure Wool Fabrics I I This will be a splendid chance to get your mea sure taken for your summer's suit, by a real tailor with years of experience in measure taking. Monday and Tuesday at I T»- V :. rr Î rt I I j Î I i I i I Milton and Juliet Siljenberg visit-1 ed at the Carlson home Sunday. The following were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Campbell last Sunday: Emil Nelson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank j Milliman, Logan Sackett, Stephen 1 Dorgan and Charlie and Frances I Seigert. I J 0e Camrud and Carl and Lloyd Hedstrom spent Sunday with Rich-' arc j Camrud. : The Stai brothers were seen on ® 2 S «: ft a S SitliSSälHI ® SAND CREEK iiililliaiiiiBiii j Sand Creek folks are having quite a snow blizzard today—somewhat provoking to the farmers, as they had just commenced seeding. Oscar Oleson, Hans Twedten and Sam Nelson came up from Mondak , the latter part of the week, where they haVC beCn employed the past wintén A«* .we f , f o Wolf Point over untl1 i Wednesday, having his eyes treated, j They havegiven him trouble all win but say it is nothmg oi a W'ôüs^atûré. „ A b r° ng ,r . Garmon, while wading through some <^ sh slinned and broke her leg sll PP? (l aa(1 ?™ ke g ' ' Dudley ,Cash has been looking for four of his hprses this week. . ..yf ' j n ^¥ rS * > E ' B -J tyer called °" ancj Mrs. Park Summerton last | Sunday. . Russell Hansen and family visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Simms last Sunday. Mrs. Breta Gordon has been em- ' (ployed to teach in District: No>.6. School will commence next Monday. Park Summerton is drilling a well . the road to Siljenberg's Sunday. Mrs. Raymond Morford, Mrs. John Dorgan and son, Francis, and Ragn hild Larson spent Sunday afternoon at the C. E. Hedstrom home. It is rumored that the boys of the community are going to organize a baseball team. It certainly ought to be possible to get a strong team. If Joe Campbell had been home i last Sunday afternoon he might have had callers. Wonder what days of the week the bachelors receive vis itors? g ! this week on the Fred Sochall place. James Daley is working for Halgo Johnson and will remain there dur ing the spring's work. Sam Hansen from Circle was business caller in this community Mrs. Edith Frederickson of Ever ett. Wash., is visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs Cliff Millhouse. I Mr. Buxton has >cen on the sick list the past few days, but is feeling some better now. Ed - McMahon hauled a big load of coal Tuesday, Oliff Millhouse mai e a business , tn P to Wolf Pom * -Thursday. Eva Lhornberg left or Wolf Point ^his week where she is employed at the home of Mrs. Clyde Potvin. My auto, 'tis of thee, short road tQ poverty> of thee i c hant. r blew a pUe of dough> on you three years agQ; now you refuse to g0> or won>t or can > £ Through town and coun tryside you were my joy and pride, happy day j loved the gau dy hue, rt. nice white tires new> but you . re down and out for true, in every way. To thee, old rattle box, came manv th and knocks , for thee I grieve. Badly the top is torn, frav ed are thfi geate and worn; tbe wh ing cough affec ts thy horn,; T do believe . T hy perfume swells the breeze, while good folks choke a " d wheeze as we pass by. I paid - ,, • Kmr o mon I th P ' 1 Î ^ uy j sion twice, now- everybody's yelling ice „_j wonder why? Thy motor has the grip , the spark plug has the pip and woe is thine. I, too, have suffered chills> fatigue and kindred ills, endeavoring to pay my bills, gince thou were mine . Gone is mv faank rM now> no more , twould choke the cow! as once before. Yet, j had the monf so help me John _ amen> rd buy a car again , and speed some more _Auto Links FARMERS yy a I have a scheme to kill gophers and prairie dogs. Nothing to sell. Simply a discovery. If you use it, I believe it will practically extermin ate these pests, also mice. Boys can work it. No poison. Answering this advertisement gets secret for sixty cent money order. W. H. Forester, Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, Canada. 7-tf MY AUTO, 'TIS OF THEE Statement of the Ownership, Man agement, Circulation, Etc., Re quired by the Act of Congress of August 24 , 1912 . j ! Of The Wolf Point Herald, pub lished weekly, at Wolf Point, Mon tana, for April 1st, 1920. f State of Montana I County of Roosevelt ) j ; Before me, a notary public in and ? for the State and County aforesaid, j personally appeared C. L. Marshall, j who, having been duly sworn accord ? mff to law, deposes and says that he j I i s the business manager of The Wolf i ! Point Herald, and that the following ! is, to the best of his knowledge and I belief, a true statement of the own i ership, management, etc., of the aforesaid publication for the date shown in the above caption, requir ed by the Act of Congress of August 24, 1912, embodied in section 443, Postal Laws and Regulations, print ed on the reverse side of this form, to-wit; 1. That the names and addresses of the publisher, editor, managing editor, and business managers are: Publisher, The Wolf Point Herald, Wolf Point, Mont. Editor, C. L. Marshall, Wolf Point, j ; Mont. : Managing Editor, C. L. Marshall, j Wolf Point, Mont. Business Manage!', C. L. Marshall, Wolf Point, Mont. That the owners are : The Wolf Point Herald, Incorpoi-ated. Stockholders: S. T. Cogswell, H. A. Schoening, A. W. Huxsol, John Listerud, P. E. Rathert, G. H. Flint, C. O. Moore, O. T. Stennes, 0. C. Johnson, A. J. Isachsen, C. L. Mar shall and S. L. Kleve, all of Wolf Point, Montana. 3. That the known bond holders, mortgagees, and other security hold ers owning or holding 1 per cent or more of the total amount of bonds, ; mortgages, or other securities, are: None. 4. That the two paragraphs next above, giving the names of the own ers, stockholders, and security hold ers, if any, contain not only the list of stockholders and security holders as they appear upon the books of the company, but also, in cases where the stockholder or security holder ' appears upon the books of the com ! pany as trustee or in any other fidu- j ciary relation, the name of the per son or corporation for whom such trustee is acting, is given ; also that the said two paragraphs contain statements embracing affiant's full knowledge and belief as to the cir cumstances and conditions under which stockholders and security hold ers who do not appear upon the books of the company as trustees, hold stock and securities in a capac ity other than that of a bona fide owner; and this affiant has no reason to believe that any other person, association, or corporation has any interest, direct or indirect, in the said stock, bonds, or other securities than as so stated by him. ' I I * ) SS. I I I I I I j I Inc., j i 2 . C. L. MARSHALL, Manager. Sworn to and subscribed before , me this 17th day of April, 1920. [SEAL] My commission expires July 12,1921 H. A. Schoening. fill/ JvlIlliWlI 1 Ul\ DDCCinCMT Hd ET A TTC f Rt JlULlA 1 UlLlU/U tj a the information is confined, the con sumption of peaches in this country I has been about one-quarter to one half o£ a bushe l per capita; of pears, about one-tenth of a bushel; of \m oranges, obout one-fifth of a box;iüi of cranberries, about one pint. M ,, I j Our pledged support of Hiram W. Johnson for President has been pub licly announced and officially de , , . dared. With you, we believe in Johnson with that same wholesome spirit in w'hich his good w r orks proves that he believes in the Amer ican people, and if selected, we will vote for him and will continue to work in full harmony with the JOHNSON for PRESIDENT organi zation at the convention. Montana's message to and for Johnson should be carried to the re publican convention by his sincere supporters as delegates, and not by those w r ho w r ill abandon him after, the first few ballots. Our names are on the primary ballot for the e i ee (;ion on April 23rd and are fol ] owed by £be statement: * "If elected, I will vote for Hiram W. Johnson for President." JOHN ADAMI, JR.. J. C. ALEXANDER. C. B. ALLEN, MISS A. M. ANDERSON, LYNN D. AMBROSE, GEORGE BAKER, JOHN BRIMACOMBE, A. J. DORR. Adv. Circulated and Paid for by The Better Government Club, Dr. W. R. Hopkins, Pres., Helena, Mont. For the very few years to which fuse presents 5RYANT I m It Pays To Advertise w ßu flmß)»per. Hegruc Scenario hy SImer Warns Directed by Donald Crisp jJ Q'aramounl-IrtmiltQickuv "A r Liberty Theatre APRIL 30TH j & 'jTT '-V,* ü v w Y J Vi mi Good Looks i Be careful about the corset you wear It will make or mar your attractiveness F one thing be quite sure,* the day ol the obviously corseted woman has gone. Buy your corsets with the idea of accenting the natural beauty of your figure. Buy the corset that will give you comfort; *he corset that will give you poise and per fect body proportions without a moment's feeling of restraint. There is not a type of figure however un usual or difficult to fit but can be success fully corseted in o j Xiw [ V tr. ÏK3 GOSSARD ÜS, CORSETS' The admired woman who wears a Gossan! has an unconscious grace that can only result from priceless comfort and her corset is so much a part of her that the most critical observer cannot trace her charm to its deft support. Our expert corsetieres will spare neither time nor effort in assuring you , the Gossard best suited to your needs, f ■ -Xf* ■t o- jfc I * * SISTERS MURPHY Wolf Point, Montana All premises, lots, yards and alleys must without delay be cleaned of all garbage, refuse and rubbish. Ashes must be removed. Manure accum lations must be thoroughly cleaned up and thereafter through the sum mer be removed not less than once a week and hauled to the city dump " deposited at such places as the City Engineer may designate, From this date throughout the summer garbage of all kinds should be burned and destroyed daily. If placed outside for removal it must be put in receptacles fitted with fly-proof or tight-fitting covers. The throwing of garbage on the ground or in uncovered receptacles exposed to flies, etc., will not be tolerated. In houses not furnished with sew CLEAN UP NOTICE == _ H§ SJJ lit' SOIL! SEED! STOCK! are the factors which engross the fann er's attention. f No less important than these should be— SAFETY SERVICE SATISFACTION in the financial institution with which he does business. These are found in abundant measure in this institution, fî You can depend upon receiving a friendly greeting within our doors. #. First National Bank OF WOLF POINT Wolf Point, Montana == si IS er connections, the outside vaults must be cared for in the following manner prescribed by the State Board of Health: All cess pools, vaults and water closets must be cleaned once in each year, between the months of May and October, and such other times as the City, County or State health officers shall direct. shall be located within one hundred feet of any well or cistern. A strict observance of these rules ; will be enforced, ! Dated this 22nd day of March, A. i D., 1920. ! By order of the Council of the City of Wolf Point, Montana, ! 5-6t. No cess pool, vault or water closet O. T. STENNES, Mayor.