BOYS, ATTENTION !
Join the Prize Contest
To the Boy Who Can Write the Most Words
From the Letters in
THE GLOBE SHOE AND CLOTHING COMPANY
WE ARE GOING TO GIVE A PRIZE
All boys living within 40 miles of THE GLOBE
SHOE AND CLOTHING CO. who are under
15 years of age are eligible to enter the contest.
The Prizes are :
$10.00 Worth of Boys' Furnishings—First Prize
$5.00 Worth of Boys' Furnishings—Second Prize
$3.00 Worth of Boys' Furnishings—Third Prize
The Rules for the Contest:
I. Make as many words out of the letters
found in THE GLOBE SHOE AND CLOTHING
COMPANY as you can.
If any letters are used more than once in
THE GLOBE SHOE AND CLOTHING COM
PANY they may be used an equal number of times
in any one word.
3. Be very careful to spell every word correct
ly, as all misspelled words will be ruled out.
4. Typewritten words will not be accepted,
use pen and ink.
5. Number your words.
6. All proper names are acceptable.
7. Write your name, address and age in upper
right hand corner of first page of your list.
8. Do the work yourself. Be a real AMERICAN
boy and go after this like our boys went at their
job in the Argonne.
9. You do not have to buy any goods from us
to get into this contest. Simply roll up your
sleeves and get your head to working.
10. Your work must be neat and be delivered
to the office of THE GLOBE SHOE AND CLOTH
ING COMPANY on or before May 17, 1920, in a
II. Your work will be checked by three com
petent and disinterested judges and prizes will be
awarded on Saturday, May 22, 1920,
12. Webster's Unabridged Dictionary will be
accepted as authority.
NOW, BOYS, GET BUSY!
Outfitters of Ail Mankind
The Store That's Friends of the Boys
Advertise it in The Herald
A Possible Pilgrim
The members of the Khaki Club of Wolf Point, Montana, have agreed to
wear suits of khaki during all business~hours from now until fall.
I want to go to Wolf Point, I want to settle there,
where no gents' furnishings gazabo could tell me what to wear;
My present suit is worn so thin I dare not take a chance—
I want to go to Wolf Point and wear cheap pants.
The clothing game, I will admit, is rather hard to beat.
Without at least a pant or two you can't go up the street;
But rousers are for millionaires, and coats for profiteers—
I guess I'll go to Wolf Point and end my fears.
A khaki suit of nobby cut would suit me to a T;
Its graceful lines, its neutral tints, would look darned well on me.
And, oh, what pleasure it would be to pass a clothing shop
And see its piles of costly suits with dust on top!
Ere long the khaki trust will rise and bring the plan to naught
By shooting khaki prices up as fast as suits are bought.
But till that day, which, let us hope, is greatly in advance,
I think I'll stop in Wolf Point and wear cheap pants.
From Our Rural Patrons
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DRY FORK S
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Callison visited
with Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Finstad
one evening last week.
Cliff DeVaney and E. L. Gates
have just returned from a business
J trip to Mondak.
Wallace Perry and John Wagaman
have been breaking young horses
the Ralph ^Murphy left Thursday for
his home in Oregon after visiting the
past two weeks with C. H. DeVaney
a,1 The' Ladies' Aid met at the home
of Mrs. John Nelson Thursday.
Louie and Willie Kohl autoed to
Wolf Point Friday.
Steve Marmon is some better at
this writing, after being hurt by a
a horse knocking him down.
Raymond Finstad and Chas. Lin
I derman called at the Frank DeVaney
j home Friday. '
Lawrence Compton has moved his
family to a house on Frank De Van
eys place for the summer. Mr.
Compton will move back to Oregon
this fall, having sold his homestead
I farm to John Adams.
George DeVaney called on John I
Wagaman Friday. I
Miss Elmo Scott has moved back '
to her homestead for the summer.
Don't forget the farmers' meeting
and dance at the Dry Fork school
house Wednesday night, April 28th.
Bennie Kohl and mother, Mrs.
Minnie Kohl, visited with J. E. Wag
aman and family Friday afternoon.
Miss Julia Finstad has been on the
j sick list the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Callison and Mrs. J.
E. Wagaman and daughter, Jessie,
; autoed to Wolf Point Saturday.
Farmers in this community are
getting very anxious about
Miss Edna Lintner spent Saturday
night and Sunday with Miss Verna
Mr. and Mi's. Ed Gant were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Dey
Asa Turner, E. W. Spicer and
Fred Ahrens dug out some coal the
i latter part of the week.
D. J. Lintner and Gust Bucholz
made a trip to Wolf Point Saturday,
Asa Turner and E. W. Spicer
were business visitors at Vida, the
future county seat, Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Faye Sullivan were
Sunday visitors at E. S. Jones'.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gant spent Wed
nesday with their daughter, Mrs. Art
Mrs. D. J. Lintner and children,
and Gradnma Ellis, spent Saturday
with the former's sister, Mrs. J. A.
The Misses Rena Mickelson and
Clara Hillsberg arrived from De- J
troit, Minn., Thursday of last week. ■
Miss Mickelson began teaching atl
Pleasant View, and Miss Hillsberg
will teach in an adjoining district.
Our school will close this week for
the year and Miss Emma Crone who
has taught during the school year
expects to motor to Iowa to visit the
home of her parents for a time.
Mr. and Mrs. Homrighaus' baby
has been sick for a few days, and we
are glad to note that it is much bet
ter at this writing.
Charley Linderman and Raymond
Finstad were in our neighborhood
Fred and Delbert Myers were en
tertained by several of their Dry
Fork and Piety Hill friends before
their departure for Iowa where they
expect to remain during the summer.
O. J. Bakke, our neighbor on the
east has purchased a plowing outfit
and expects to begin operations in
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,
Why not each member of the Bu- [
reau get one friend to join —now? L:
Anyone having breaking to do will
do well to see John Peterson before
they award their big contracts.
Mr. Summy, our neighbor on the
west, is building a bairn and other
wise improving that big farm that he
Mr. Spry from the Southside is
moving into our neighborhood this
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, , The S1 }, 0v f, is falling fast and has
driven all the farmers out of their
fiel « s where they have been for the
past week, plowing, raking thistles,
Mr. Summers hauled out a load of
freight Tuesday for E. B Styer.
Mr. and Mrs. Simms visited Sun
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Clyde Rhodes came home from
Seattle, Washington, where he spent
t j ie w j n t er> jj e an A Glen Crey are
f arm j nK on a partnership basis this
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7 7? ayne and Bud Cahill called
at the Summerton home Sunday.
Mrs. Hamilton came home from
Wolf Point where she had been em
ployed at the Sherman hotel the past
School commenced in District No.
6 with a roll call of 15 scholars.
Mrs. Breta Gordon is teacher,
Oscar Olson made a hurried bus
iness trip to Wolf Point Monday.
We Wish to Announce to the Public
that on and after Monday, May 3rd
HANSON'S CASH STORE
Will be Conducted Under New Management
and will be known as the
Cash Grocery and Bakery
While endeavoring to meet the public personally,
it has been impossible to meet each and every one.
But in the near future we hope to have the pleasure
of meeting you all.
Thanking the people for the interest they have
taken in this store in the past, we wish to give assur
ance of our constant efforts toward better
Service, Prices and Quality
F. J. NEUTGENS and A. F. KAPINOS, Proprietors
Alfie Hickel and family have mov
ed out to the farm in the Sand Creek
Mr. and Mrs. Bloomquist hauled
out a load of seed oats from town
John Crockett spent Saturday eve
at the home of Geo. Beck.
Mrs. Carrie Carmon visited at the
home of Mrs. Crockett Thursday.
CLEAN UP NOTICE
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
a week and hauled to the city dump
or 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
er connections, the outside vaults
must be eared 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. i
No cess pool, vault or water closet
shall be located within one hundred.
feet of any well or cistern.
A strict observance of these rules
will be enforced.
THIS TRADE MARK
means that the posts you buy from us are of the
highest grade of
With them in the ground, you need not worry
about rot. They stand solid. Ask the man who
uses them what he thinks.
Rice Lumber Company
Wolf Point, Montana
Dated this 22nd day of March, A.
By order of the Council of the
City of Wolf Point, Montana.
O. T. STENNE3,
O. T. STENNE3,
PECKS BAD GIBE .——.
Saturday, May 8th
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