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LOCAL AND OTHERWISE
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Red Cross first aid books for sale
•'at Huxsol's.
G. G. Rahn of Lustre was in the
«city Saturday.
Mrs. S. E. Wagaman was a Wolf
Point shopper Saturday.
If your kodak needs adjusting
bring it to the Wolf Point Studio.
«Gulhaug can fix it.
M. G. Sherman is here from Ray,
N. D., to remain a few days and
make final proof on his land.
Get in the Globe's contest for
boys, explained on page two, and
10 -lt.
Mrs. "Spike" Harvey is here from
Wolf Point visiting with her sister,
Mrs C. Prentice.—Glasgow Courier,
E. J. Rice, president of the Rice |
Lumber Company, of Wolf Point,;
Glasgow business visitor yes
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in from
win a prize.
was a 1
terday.—Glasgow Courier.
Hans Siljenberg was
Kahle Saturday, making the return |
He took out with 1
trip on Sunday,
him an organ
for the Pershing
school.
H. C. Kries came up from Willis-j
ton Tuesday night for a short visit
with his family before returning to j
his duties at Wolf Point.—Glasgow 1
Courier.
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Lynch and
• children are back on the farm south
■ of town after spending the winter
at Wolf Point, where Mike had a po
sition switching for the G. N.—Glas
gow Democrat.
The Catholic ladies aid will be held
at Phil Dougherty's new home on
Edgar and Fifth strees on Wednes
day afternoon, May 5th.
tei'taining committee are Mrs. Lat
terall, Mrs. Blaich and Mrs. Dough
All are invited, gentlemen as
The en
erty.
well as ladies.
Fred Myers of the Piety Hill
neighborhood was in town Saturday.
He has rented his place to Elmer
Miller, and with his family left the
first of the week for Homestead, la.,
where he intends to spend the sum
mer.
Pershing Announcement
Hen
drickson of Wolf Point will conduct
services in the Pershing schoolhouse
Weather permitting, Rev.
May 9th at 7:30 p. m.
New Liberty
Theatre
PHONE 52
Program Commencing Sun., May 2
SUNDAY, MAY 2ND
The Celebrated Cosmopolitan
Production
"THE MIRACLE OF LOVE"
A Wonderful Picture
Pathe News and a good comedy.
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MONDAY, MAY 3RD
Bessie Barriscale
"HEART OF RACHEL"
A thrilling episode of the "Radium
Mystery."
TUESDAY, MAY 4TH
Harry Carey
"MARKED MEN"
It's a beaner.
Selected comedy,
OLD DAYS."
'IN GOOD
WEDNESDAY, MAY 5TH
Bill Russell
(One of His Latest and Best Pro
ductions,
"SHOD WITH FIRE"
Two-Reel Scream Comedy, enti
tled, "DOUGH PUNCHER."
THURSDAY, MAY 6TH
No bookings at time of going to
press. Guaranteed good feature will
be shown. Also Pathe News.
FRIDAY, MAY 7TH
Elsie Ferguson
-in
"COUNTERFEIT"
A Good Picture
Mutt and Jeff Comedy.
SATURDAY, MAY 8TH
Mabel Normand
-in
"PECK'S BAD GIRL"
and it's a scream from start to finish
Two-reel comedy entitled "IN A
PINCH."
COMING! COMING!! COMING!!!
The Celebrated
WELSH GLEE CLUB
Tuesday, May llth
is
Welsh Male Quartette at the Lib
erty May 11 th.
Red Cross First Aid books may be
bought at Huxsol's drug store.
Miss Isabelle Jerrow is improving
after a serious illness.
John Cahill, living on Fairweather
street, is very ill.
arvation homestead Saturday.
After you get your back yard
cleaned, The Davey Tailors can clean
your suit. 9-tf.
Harry Kandier, the ball player,
has returned from a visit with
friends in Wisconsin.
Miss Dena Smith is sick at the
home of her sister, Mrs. Virgil Al
berts.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Alfred Anderson
were in town Tuesday and report the
roads as being in pretty bad shape.
Notice the change of date when
Albert Lee was in from his res
lists must be in in the Globe's prize
contest announcement.
The children of N. S. Riggin on
the Northside are ill with the scar
let fever,
Henry Sethre
tion Tuesday.
Eddie Whitehead visited at the
home on the reserva
Miss Mary Sinnott of Pierre, S.
Dak., is visiting at the home of her
brother. Pierce Sinnott.
Miss Minnie Thompson and Mrs.
M. B. Williams were here from Wolf
Point Saturday.— Glasgow Courier.
The celebrated WELSH GLEE
CLUB will be at the Liberty Tues
Mrs. Geo Eastman has purchased
the Bob Beard property on Dawson
street. The Beards will
day, May 11th.
remain
there until the first of September.
Melvin Geer of St Paul arrived
here the first of the week and has
gone to Sand Creek where he will
look after his farming interests.
The city owns a new road grader,
a small affair to be used in keeping
the streets in condition.
V. L. Gil
Poultry owners will be interested
in the notice published in this issue
on page eight by Chief of Police
Solberg.
See us about that breaking you
want done. Peterson Brothers, 22
miles northeast, P. O. Wolf Point,
bert gave it its initial try-out.
10 - 3t.
Read the Globe's Boy's Contest
offer on this page and note the
change of date when all word lists
must be handed in.
box 801.
10-it.
Ground has been broken for a new
bungalow for F. W. Bleck on the
lot next west of the A. J. Isachsen
home on Custer street. J. T. Miller
has the contract.
Fred Turner is in Washington
looking over the country and writes
his fatehr from Spokane that he does
not like that part of the state at all,,
but may take a trip farther west.
"Spike" Harvey was among the
railroad men from Wolf Point who
attended the funeral of Hollis Mar
riot here yesterday.—Glasgow Cour
ier.
Ex-service men will please turn
to page eight of this issue and fill
out the referendum blank referring
to the bonus question and mail or
bring to The Herald office.
Richard Warmuth and family hive
moved to Wolf Point, having sold
their place on the Southside to Pqjil
Bastic, and are living on Custer
street between Fifth and Sixth.
F. J. Neutgens went to Poplar to
day to attend to business matters.
Curtis Turner is employed at the
Hanson Grocery, Ed Broderick be
ing absent for the
present.
Miss Clara Ryen has returned
from spending the winter in Minne
sota and is visiting at the home
her sister and brother-in-law, Mr
and Mrs. Henry Sethre, on the reser
vation.
Mrs. O. H. Hanson was taken
with diphtheria the first of the week
but at this writing is getting along
nicely. Mrs. L. A. Fanning is assist
ing in the Hanson store during Mrs.
Hanson's illness.
Frank C. Ediger of Volt transact
ed business in Wolf Point last Sat
urday. He will have a sale May 6
notice of which appears in another
column.
T. J. Hagen, of Grand Farks, N.
D., visited here a few days last week
at the home of his daughter, Mrs.
Bert Norby. Mr. Hagen had not
seen Wolf Point since 1913, and his
surprise at the size of the business
city was great.
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and Valley county, respectively, and:
A. J. Ogaard, who is connected with
the extension work of the State
College, were here yesterday and in
tended, it weather permitted, to at
tend a farmers meeting at Dry Fork
H. D. Turner is moving out of the
Smith house and selling part of his
rooming house equipment,
family will move into
house. Mr. Turner states that there
F. J. Chase and Murray E. Steb
bins, county agents of this county
The
a smaller
no truth in the report that he will
leave Wolf Point and go to the coast
country, at least such is not his pres
ent intention.
We buy and sell second-hand
stoves and ranges. Kelly Bros. 38ti
Dr. C. L. Cummer of Poplar made
his last trip to Wolf Point last Sat
urday. He is packing up his effects
and will move to Bemidji, Minn., the
first of next week, and will open of
fices there. He will be located in
the same building as Dr. Hass who
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that which he experienced here thu
*y years ago. For numerous sea
sons - snow and rain ^ ere 80 ab " n '
dant that ever Y slough and eou ee
was ful1 and the P raine grass grew
hi ^ h 38 a bum P e y cro P of * ra T ,n -
About the only settler whom Mr La
Roc l ue found here when he rs
came - who 18 stl11 here - 18 Bl11 S,b '
practiced dentistry here about a year
He will have a grinding ma
ago.
chine for grinding lenses, and will
be in a position to give prompt ser
vice to his Wolf Point patrons when
they are in need of new glasses.
Albert LaRoque, one of the old
est settlers of the community, says
the present weather reminds him of
bitts.
G. N. RAILROAD NOTES
General superintendent W. R.
Smith of the central district and gen
eral superintendent F. S. Elliott of
the western district and F. Wear,
superintendent of the Butte division
passed through Wolf Point on spe
cial cars A-3 and A-24 on the rear of
train No. 28 Tuesday en route to
St.Paul.
Homar Bassett, Paul Tillisch and
F. Slatter, transportation inspectors
of the central and western districts,
a i so j_ e. Jennie, station inspector
of the central district, were on No.
28 Tuesday for St. Paul,
R. R. Schule,
Master mechanic
w b 0 W as injured at the Dodson pit
j a f evv days a g 0; | s able to be out ;
again.
Geo. E. Slade, dispatcher, who
formerly worked at Wolf Point and
later went to Minot, is returning to
Wolf Point to locate here perman
en tly.
Dispatcher S. R. Twyman of Sol
diers Summitt, Utah, should arrive
; n w 0 if Point May 1st to locate here
j permanently,
O. Backlund, clerk in the superin
tendent's office, has resigned and ac
cepted E position with the Co-oper- ;
ative Store at Havre as bookkeeper. 1
J. F. Blodgett, assistant chief line
man, with headquarters at Great
Falls, is in Wolf Point on business. ;
W. Meyers, operator at Bowdoin, !
is doing relief work here while op
erator Owens is away on his honey-1
v jile, together with his wife, expects
to ]eave for Louis the first of the's
moon.
A. W. Schillings, agent at Bain
month for a sixty day leave.
A. D. Kroft and wife, second and
third trick operators at Tampico, are
laying off for six months and being
relieved by Miss Hill and Mrs. John
son.
Knights
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Superintendent A.
made a bnsiness trip to Havre Mon
day.
The steamshovel at Dodson is load
ing about sixty cars of gravel a day,
and being unloaded between Wag
ner and Coburg.
Assistant general superintendent
Sesser has resigned and expects to
take up duties with another railroad
soon, but has not made it known as
yet where he will locate. No one has
been appointed to succeed him.
Mrs. W. C. Johnson, wife of one
of the operators in the telegraph of-,
fice here, is confined to her home on
account of sickness.
Geo. Button, clerk in the super
intendent's office, who has been con
of
ill
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fined to his room at the Sherman
hotel, is back on the job again.
A safety meting wa» neld in the
Great Northern hotel Saturday, Ap
ril 24th and was well attended and
one o£ the best meetings we have
had, there being 28 visitors, includ
ing C. L. LaFountaine, superintend
ent of Safety First. The next meet
ing will be held at the Great North
ern hotel on May 29th.
Yard Office News
The yard office is all cleaned up
and is, without a doubt, one of the
best offices on the system.
Conductor Boyer had the misfor
tune of dropping a journal on Sun
day p. m. about 1:30. The main
line was tied up until about 8:15, No
28 being the only passenger train
suffering any delay.
Pierce Sinnott has ben hired
as a
switchman and is working on the 4
o'clock shift.
Conductor Fox has returned from
St. Paul and is again holding a regu
lar car on the first district,
Brakeman E. Farrell has reported
f or work after being off for
days due to sickness. (?)
The chief clerk of this office has
been wearing a sad look on his face
i ate l y . No wonder. His lady friend
gone and the traveling engineer in
I town,
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But then he informs us that
she is returning Thursday
expect a change very
so we may
soon.
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Wolf Point, Montana. Meetings the =|
second and fourth Monday evenings ==
of each month.
Federated Union No. 17067, of
51-tf. in
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Breaking.—We are prepared to do
One Cent a Word
it. Peterson Brothers, 22 miles
northeast, P. O. Wolf Point, box
10-6t.
801.
Breaking._I
want 40 acres of
breaking done at once, 7 miles
northwest of Wolf Point. M. B.
Yuly, P. 0. Box 71, Wolf Point.!
10-2L
For Rent.—A small house near Main
street. Inquire of O. T. Stennes.
10 -tf.
For Sale.—Or would trade for cat
tle, a 1917 Model Ford touring
car. Just overhauled and in A-l
shape. Inquire at the Herald of
fice.
51-tf.
For Sale.—Lot 11, Block 18, Wolf
Point. Ella R. Bowron.
7-tf.
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For Rent.—A small house on the
Northside. Inquire at Hanson's
5-tf.
Cash Store.
For Sale.—1916 Buick, six-cylinder.
In good condition. See F. H. Liv
ingston.
8 -tf.
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Los -Dark bay mare, three years
old, weight 1000 . star on forehead.
Branded wjm on right shoulder.
Gentle. Ffl $5 reward, Wm.
Mindeman, Box 337, Wolf Point,
Mont. 4-tf. I
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4 Cans for $1.00
18c per pound, 2 for 35c
Sweet Potatoes, regular 30c sellers.
Standard Brand Spinach, regular 30 sellers
Tapioca, .
Raisins, Seedless, in bulk, per pound
Loose Muscats, (three crown), per pound
Prunes, good quality, per pound..
10-pound box, large size,.
Peaches, 10-pound box, .
Evaporated Apples, 10-pound box, .
All Dried Fruits Must Advance in a Few Days.
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$3.90 per 49-lb. Sack
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from the
Dry Goods Department
Ladies' Polo Coats, up to the
minute, classy garments, just
received !
Regular $30, Values
RELIABLE SEEDS
For Farm and Garden
Northern Siberian Millet— Thor
oughly tested and adapted
to this section.
Flint Corn— All the best
ties. White Flint, Squaw
Flint, Blue and White Tri
umph, Yellow Jehu.
Sweet Corn— Early Minnesota,
Yellow Bantam.
Onion Sets— All varieties.
Garden Seeds— Every kind, in
bulk and packages.
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For the little chicks and chic
kens. Specially prepared. Ask
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Automobile.
cylinder touring car in first class
condition. Inquire of Hauge
Bros. 8 -tf.
-For Sale Cheap. Six-1
For Sale.—Hatching eggs from pure
bred S. C. White Leghorns, at 10
cents each.
Incubator at S7.00.
Smith.
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Mrs. C. L.
9-tf.
I For Sale,
bull calf, 11 months old, mother a
fide milk cow. Will sell reason
■Grade Shorthorn roan
F. C. Buettner, Sec. 21,
9-2t.
able.
Twp. 29, R. 48.
For Sale.—15 head of draft horses,
from 3 to 8 yrs old. Inquire of
Cliff DeVaney, 13 mile north of
Wolf Point.
8-3tp.
For Sale.—A number of good milch
cows, fresh or coming fresh soon.
Lawrence Compton, 14 miles north
of Wolf Point.
8 -tf.
For Rent.—Three rooms to rent for
housekeeping, in rear of Murphy
Sisters' Shop. Inquire of Murphy
Sisters.
4-tf.
For Sale.—Five-room frame house
on Fairweather Street. Inquire at
6 -tf.
The Herald office.
For Sale.—Or rent, a house on the
Northside . Inquire at First State
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For Rent.—Four-room house on Ed -
Mrs. John Strachan. j
gar street.
10 - 2 tp.
For Sale.—A two-burner electric
ptove, an electric washer, one re
frigerator, two single beds, one
laundry stove, one kitchen cabinet.
Write, call or phone Mrs. O. M.
10-2t.
Dahl.
Herald ads sell things quickly.
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