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_ A PAPER of the people, for the
PLENTYWOOD. SHERIDAN COUNTY, MONTANA
people, by .he people
»
Continuing Plenty wood Pioneer
VOL. VI. No.-47
Press, Vol. 9, No. 28
H - . . * — —- FRIDAY, FEBRUA RY 29, 1924 Continuing the Outlook Promoter
«SED WIRE GAVE ««LEAN DOPE ON PROBEüS
Far merin e Printing Graft
Charges Deflated
FLURRY IN SENATE AS TEAPOT
WILD FLURRY TEAPOT DOME
PROBERS IN SECRET SESSION PERUSE 100
WIRES SENT FALL AND MC LEAN IN FLORIDA
(1TÏ. DAUGHERTY AGAIN SAVES HIS HIDE
President Coolidge and Cabinet Seek Vainly for Solutoin of
Embarrassing Situation, While Sen. Wheeler Forces Sen
ate Investigation of Cabinet Member.
Washing on, Feb. 26.—A hundred
ent to former Secretary of
Fall and Edward B. Mc
Washington
telegrams
the Interior
L*an publisher «•: It
p ost during their December stay in :
p 3 j R J Beach, Fla., were presen ,ed to ;
the Senate Teapot Dome Committee |
UK ja\. i
' il' T. Taff, general : uperintundent, i
Western Union Telegraph Company ■
of Washington, -give the ccmrai tee a
I ladle of records from files in his j
' dice and the com milt •<> immediately
»eat into secra session. !
Tfce telegrams were called for in
the commit cc's efforts to ! arn the
I source of suspect, J "haks" to per
sons involved in the oil scandal.
gainst submitting
the telegrams on Jt ground that
th?» were confidential communica
i»ns and that his company had no
rieht lo make them public without |
wiser, of the persons who sent :
them. The coni mitte?, however, de- j
tided unanimously to go into all rec-1
ord- and Tail agreed under protest.
Taff protested
In executive session the committee
to began perusal of ihe messages-*
to determine if any government offi-!
dal? had advised Fall or McLean as
(Continurd on Page Four)
It BASKET SOCIAL '
»MCE AT RAY
l»D SAT. EVENING
FwBenefi tof the Farmer-Labor Par
ty—This Revel Will Be the Biggesf
tTent of the Kind Given for the
.New Party In This County.
SIS1C IS BEST OBTAINABLE
Jbe Red Revel will occur tomorrow
pt at the Raymond Hall. This
J«, and Bance is for ihe
R J f , tbe Farmer-Labor party.
L i * L bl ^ est event of the
ZL, U* 8 , occurr ed in Sheridan
H S'ti? h p U Comes t0 puttin * on
I fe'Jf i a Vn 0nu P recinc t never
I itself t! C °u i U < e- {t nev er allows
fl ta: ® ^ beaten and this under
sell li" 0 e f e ? tion - The ladies
41 h ? ln i5 baskets which will be
■ Zi 1 be the dance. The best
■ £ Y 0 a V nah!e ha8 ''een
taking
secured.
I tU entertai 6 stllnt , s P ut on as spe
I Ht is beimr nnien n atures. A quar
iS2. arran * C(1 ^ a «Pecial en- j
I Va'ar ed i that ,his social will
9 % L a i C,al Recess. The pro
■ laanapP for T tb '- benefit of the
■ ana Fa nner-L a l)o r party.
itf, n -
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1ET1 ADPn ÏÂÏP fi tin
HLlLMrJj IDi.iANr !
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*«» Known
u c i ne Pake Citizen
—Sheriq-■ 2 n .. ^entywood Thursday
Ericks.,p a h s bury and Mrs. A C
day. lak e Her t„ Hospi .al To-'
I j[. . -
Ukii e Irland of tho •
Ueri,, ° mes tead country P ^ me
h L. Z' a "'arrant i.sVued < "«r.^V '
Wiavr^ d churgine- iri «LniZ"
« Lo , rno °n in the court r Uy 1
r 1 ll0Us °- T 'e in.'a oc l C, ° m i
*- Dr °"Ç r ' Hr. Sell.-, j) r q* Y rc i
■ n I dniUn d ■ u of Me 1' ,a "
5ff y ,la fier hearing the ? vhZZ 6 Î
Lfiou'T hom Pson, 01 p p. 'vcvL aer, o e
a «d oi, C NoS 'l S * I
•ec, \j r Ihe older Overland ki ? 1
Le arifi t j Verla, 'd v-a< derilnT • i
farv a ;', l °day Sh riff p n ]n a q ,l n '
fefhvithi 1 ■ Arthur ( pL u 1S "
er fo ' - Ihe s ate y, CK801 }
ür 0v Sai J e at Snn'ri(rtf Plta
h , o' seven ' '
af,,,, HusOan.i Ole O - | ino , r
unci'/ 1 year ago The andj
I 5W of', dement the
•°wrl/? ar(lia n for
„ ' live in i ho u ft ™„ ren ;
Hci n A° u ' he «?t 0 f t T H^estead i
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SECOND KJELSTRUP
TWIN EXPIRES
J
] ancrai This (Friday) Forenoon
—Interment Made at Plenty*. *
v wood Lutheran Cemetery—Be- *
' reaved Paren s Have Commu- *
* ™ty Sympathy. *
; The second Kjeltrup twin, lola *
Luth, aged three years, February
* "th, expired about noon Xhurs- -*
; da y after lingering between life *
and death for the past week or *
' m c»re. Because of the brave *
* fight of the p^tty little girl, *
people had commenced to hope *
* she would win the brave fight for *
* her life that she has been mak- *
* iaff- The twin sister, Violet May, *
* died a week before, on Thursday *
: evening, a little after nightfall. *
* The funeral of Violet May *
* held privately at the Heiland *
Undertaking Parlor Sunday af- *
* iernoon. Rev. Siewert of the *
* Evangelical church officiating, *
* and the funeral of lola Ruth was *
* held at the same place this morn- *
* ing, Rev. Siewert of the Evan- **
* gelical and Rev. Boone of the *
* Congregational church saying the *
*«*last sad rites. Interment in both *
* deaths were made at the Luth- *
* eran cemetery, both of the pretty *
*.and lovbale little girls being laid *
* away together in one grave. *
* The Plentywood firemen, of *
* which organization the babies' *
* father, Ed. Kjelstrup, was an ac- *
* tive member, marched to the *
* grave in both funerals. *
* 'Hie death of the Kjelstrup *
* twins is a particularly sad event. *
* The twins were loved and admir- *
* ed by eveiyone and the sympathy *
* of t.he entire community goes out *
* to the bereaved parents in this *
* hour of almost unbearable grief. *
ANTELOPE PAPER'S
HOT AIR NOT FOOL
ING THE FARMERS
Antelope Farmer Wants to Know
Why Antelope Paper Doesn't Pub
lish Something About Real Graft
and Also About Defunc Banks
That Have Cost Sheridan County
Thousands of Dollars.
Antelope, Mont.,-Feb. 21, 1924.
Last week I noticed an article in
the Antelope Independent in which
they try to make a bunch of crooks
and grafters out of the Producers
News, Taylor and Me.?, and claim that
during the past five months they stole
$130.55 from Sheridan County. Now,
don't know much abouti this print
ing game, hut it seems to me that
this is quite a good showing when
we . remember that in the past the
Priafing graft amounted to thousands
and tbab at ono time which I remem
her, Dolin had to turn back to Sheri
dan County something like $7,000.00
and which was tried by a friendly
court too. I never seen anything
abou'! this in this Antelope paper. It
seems bo me that there is no county
r i nter living \fhom the opposition
wouId not accuse of stealing scone
thing, and when they are able to ac
cuse you of only stealing $130.55 in
ye rnonths, it is my opinion that
you R hould have tha printing contract
for Hfe and v;e taxpayers would be
much relieved.
1 nevier notived anvthing in this
Antelope paper abcut, that $270.000
which the Sheridan County State
Bank and Beiseker got away with. We
taxpayers are evidently kept in the
dark as to thaf spm of money. I for
one ' am much more interested in that I
Sheridan County State Bank deal
than in this $130.55 of which the Pro
ducers News is accused of stealing.
We fellows don't like this kind of
hunk peddled by the Antelope Inde - 1
pen dent.
Gciod luck to you i
E. G. BERNAU.
Storkan Shoots Last Wad Into Airl
FIVE MINUTES
WITH HIJACKERS
\Vhat the backers of the Farnfcrine
Sot at one seating of the Board of
bounty Commissioners—those who
ar e active in accusing the Producers
News of grafting, who are making
stink pot attack upon County Treas
urer Olson in behalf of the Usurer's
Union, because ho calls warran s
with tne people's money instead of al
lowing them to make awa v with it:
REGULAR MEETING, FEB 4TH
FIRST— rt
MONTANA MOTOR CO.,
Ray Lang Prop.
For livery for I)r. Storkan $7.00
Liverty with Health Officer 12.00
Total.
Dr. Storkan has a car
.$19.00
, • He does
no. need a livery. But the law only
allows him expense of 12V 2 cents per
mile, so he hires Ray Lang to drive
him and Ray bills th? county for 25
cents per mile and The county paid his
claim in full. The 1923 legisalture
passed a law limiting the expense of
county officers auto hire to 12*4
The 12*4 cents per mile paid
to Lang in excess of that allowed by
law is illegal, was known to be illegal
to Ra v Lang and Dr. Storkan—the
Hijackers deliberately mulched the
taxpayers. Ray Lang, put $100 in the
F armenne, to fight
farmers' paper.
SECOND—
PLENTYWOOD ELECTRIC CO.
Juice for Court Hons? and
County Attorney's office,
January .
County Library, January ... 2.66
cen.s.
the grafting
$98.04
_ Tota l.$100.70
Ihe Fishbecks got a tidy sum out
of the county for January. This is
about twice w r hat the average court
house pays for lights in Montana. It
is reported that these people put
some money into ihe Farmerine along
with Storkan.
THIRD—
C. A. WEST
Rent for County Attor
ney's office, per month
I $35, two months. 7Ö.00
»ir Pr Ä y fat rent for the upstairs of
VVesf^f dancing, joint, where the boys
and girls go for a good time—West
is also behind th e Farmerine.
FOURTH
JOE DOLIN
To County Printing
$470.75
(Continued on page eight)
HOW POOR DOCTOR AND HEALTH
OFFICER EARN THEIR MONEY
Story of the Triplett Case—Family Lay Nearly Dying from
and Father and Mother In Bed WithouTcare! 1 C "«
Many people in Sheridan county
who have been following the gigan
tic claims which the county poor doc
for and the county health officer have
been collecting from Sheridan county
have been wondering what these men
do to earn their money
In behalf of the taxpayers the Prô
ducers News has been trying to lo
cate someone who knew and to get
some instance of where # they wer did
anything at all for their pay.
This week some information was
brought to the Producers News. It is
in regard to the Triplett case, and the
reports of this case seem to .have all
of the ear marks of the usual meth
ods of Dr. Sells and Dr. Storkan.
It seems that last spring sometime,
rather late in ihe spring, but during
the time when th e children were still
in school, the children of H. P. Trip
lett came home sick with what after
wards proved to be the small pox.
The parents did not know what did
ail the children of which there were
seven. The Tripletts were very pc.-.r.
They did not have money to hire a
doctor. The poor mother was about
to have another baby. The mother
land fa her got along in the tiny two
roam house as long as they could
with their brood all in bed running
, _\
HEALTH OFFICER WEEPS OVER
, THE POOR SCHOOL DISTRICTS
Kicks Up Dust Cloud to Hide Behind When He Files His Next
grafting Quarantine and Fumigation Bills With Sheri
dan County Board.
Sets Out lhat Each School District is a Separate Municipal
Corporation and That Warrants Must Be Called S-nar
atelv Oh^r Trext.i^c p., ' , o ö ,, wnec ~ oe P ar -
y u ' treasurers Fmsue Same Policy.
DAN OLSON SIGNS AFFIDAVIT IN PREMISES
0»rP ATW UAcTTÜu^ -*
O GRADlf 1 *Aa LONG 1
CONFERENCE WITH !
^FNATHO h* » nr-ti
JtlNAlüK MARCH!
* Deputy Clerk and Recorder
* John C. O'Grady and Sen. March *
* the supposed manager of th» *
* Sheridan County Farmer * !
* I
* though hat paper does not *
; claifti him in its mast head, a sort *
of secret service manager no *
* doubt, held a conference at the *
* office ofYhe Farmers & Merch- *
111 ants Mutual Publishing Company *
* last Tuesday evening lasting *
* abou'i two hours. *
* O'Grady slipped into the of- *
* fice under cover of darkness, and *
* he and Sen. March whisper^ in *
* each others ears, Prst Jack put- *
* ting his mouth to the Senator's *
* ear and then the Senator pu ting *
* his mouth to Jack's ear, keeping *
* this up for two solid hours. P g *
* While nolxidy could hear, it is *
*■ thought that Sen. March is mak- *
* ing an investiga'ion of the seed *
* grain collecting record of M? *
* O'Grady, trying to determine *
* just how much money Mr. O'- *
* Grady has collected ' and how *
* muc h he has turned into the *
county treasurer and how much *
* he may hav e forgotten to turn in, *
* the Movius & Beiseker check and *
* other deals that he may have nut *
* over. y SVe PUt *
* This issue of the Farmerine *
* may have another startling dis- *
* closure. K
Ringling—Meagher is second of all
counties of state in number sheep
within its borders, being credited with
128,689 head.
high fevers. Then they sent to Doo
ley for Dr. Cooper. The doctor
and found the small pox
also, found the pitiful
straits the family was in.
the afflicted family what they were
sick with, done what he could to re
lieve thçjn and told them \hat he
would notify the health officer and the
poor doctor just as seen as he got
back to Dooley, which Dr. Cooper tells
his neighbors that he did by calling
up Sells and Storkan. Dr. Cooper
supposed that these men on the pub
lic pay rc.ll, drawing such huge sums
from th? county, would attend to this
case immediately, but he (lid
know the men. They did not gp nsar
the Triplett's. That would be trouble
amr work, which these birds
looking for.
came
cases. He
economic
He told
.
not
are not
They only want their
salary. Eight days la er, so it is
said, a neighbor went to the Trip
lett house and found the entire fami
ly in bed in awful misery; the moth
er and father nearly dead and*the
children in deliriums. It looked as if
the whole family were to die there
alone without nursing and without
medical care. A lady hurried to
Plentywood to see Dr. Sells and
con
%
(Continued on page 8)
-
Storkan shot his last wad into the
air lost week.
was a shot that did not make
much of a noise- \
, Burley Bowler senNhe story down
*!&• , mail , just in time to be set up!
Fr T lda y afternoon.
* was; all about the great robbery (
P er Petrated againsü the school dis
: |", ncts b y reason of the publication of
, ^fant calls for the different
i scb ° o1 tlistric.s .bv the ex-offlcio treas
1 arer of all of the school districts,
! C Ä Jwaaurer Q. J. Olson.
WARRANTS MUST BE CALLED
^ The outstanding warrants for all c.f
tbe scb ° o1 ^stricts must be called
^ hen there ls ."ia ney available to pay
the same, and the call of the war-i
- a , nts ^ iust , be advertised, when the
°? the ^? me st °P s > as is pro
,vided by ,a ) v> County Treasurer 01
!?£ , m warran t call com
P e ?, Wlth the law as it is written
^ c tke st ^f baa ks over which he
^ÄSwSS v
Bi^tBiCTS CAN'T BE JOINED
alle ^ a tions that all of th e dis
n - Cts caa be P ™*™ one call con
^ ,n f. n . ot ? a »ta of merit. There
b tu JUSt n S # much le ^ al,ty in
A the cal1 for ? very county in
| k n ^^,, or e Y ery c 2 îy the state
ca „ as .V 1 . ma kmg the school
#r ♦ ® ^ m one „ cad - The
8cboGl .^stricts are all separate.
^ be co } ln \ y treasurer is not treas
urer of all districts jointly but of all
se P ara tely. Each school
,^ ccount ;, 18 ke Pt separately
and m theory the money is kept
segregated. One district has noth-,
mg to do with the business of any
other district. Each district gets the
benefit of the call and is chargeable
wih the cost of the call, the same as
it is for its warrant books ac minute
books or for the advertising for the
of bonds. The article appearing
in the Farmerine last week to the
contrary is absolute bunk. The bald
statement that no other treasurer in
the state makes separate calls for
each district, is a fair sample of the
accuracy of anything that appears in
ft STÄrÄ
(Oontinuea „„ pag e
-
AT RANCH, 20 MILES SOUTH OF
REDSTONE, THURSDAY, FEB
RUAI? Y 21ST—REMAINS SHIP-1
PED TO MINNEAPOLIS.
MRS. ROLLIN PHELPS
DIES OF PNEUMONIA
Mrs. Rollin Phelps, twenty-four
year old wife of Rollin Phelps, a
prominent rancher, who resides about
24 miles southwest cf Plentywood and
20 »ailes south of Redstone, died of
pneumonia at her ranch home, Thurs
day afternoon of last week, February!
21st. of pneumonia and complica-1
tions. The young wife was only
twenty-four years cJd at the time
of her death and leaves two little
children, ages four and six, mother
less. The unfortunate lady was ill
only a few days.
There was a short funeral service
performed at the house by Rev.
Matney. of the Methodist church of
Redstone, after which the remains
were shipped to Minneapolis for
funeral and interment in the family
lot of the deceased's family. The
dead lady's people reside in Minneap
olis.
Mr. and Mrs. Phelps have resided
on their ranch on the reservation
abfut seven years.
J. C. STORKAN'S RIDICULOUS AND SENSATIONAL
CHARGES BUT THE PRODUCT OF AN
HEAT MIND—THE HOPE BEING FATHER
THE THOUGHT.
OVER
OF
PETERSON AFFIDAVIT DISPOSES OF MAIN ITEM
Minutes of the Board of County Commissioners Show That
County Made Contract With Producers News for
and Figur e Job for Sum of $20.
Rule
■*.
CROSBY FOR CLERK
„ , -
: Æf ^Âs w ï :
! gtyrt'b/^Govenior^JosIph^M 6
* m Æ Y i to su f eed Da " a *
M. Easton, deceased. Crosby *
* 18 an overseas war veteran who *
* WaS Wounded m ac t]on His fath- *
* L was a J. ete u r , ar l ?[ he civil war ♦
* Tontracted di8ea -se *
* hv wnc n J ' *> P r! ' s 9 n ; Cio.^
uas P° stmas ter §t Livingston *
. f °! SGVen months m 1921 * *
* **** * * *
niirnm iiT /vavt.tt^u
|F| A M
JlÄLdlllF/in IA? UH 1 I
lYIAÄTSnFDr* llTAkTl'J i «.t
PIONFFR WOMAN
* Ivl'LLill ffUifljnLn
VY A PPPfi i 11 T A\r
PASnFN AWA V
iHüÜLU Rvl Rï
_
MUS. C. F. ANKERMAN DIES A F
TER LONG ILLNESS—CAME TO
PLENTYWOOD IN 1908 '
__
Mrs. C. F. Ankerman aged 72
years, five months and ' tw n dav<T
passed away Tuesday at noon at hS i
home, after an acute illness of nearlv
two ^ears duration
Death was the result of diabetes
Funeral services were held Tmm
the Congregational church in Plenty
wood, Thursday P. M in charge of
Rev. Boone, pastor of the church The
attendance and floral offerings at
tested the high est-em in which Mrs
Ankerman was held by all who knew
her.
Mrs. Ankerman was a pioneer of
Sheridan county and her death was
mourned by many. She was of the
motherly type? unselfish aTmos^ to a
fault: a woman who lived for her
family and who first thought w^as
never of herself but 0 f those about
her. A loving wife andfond mr?h
er, she was primarilv a homo w nman
and the deep love and 'affection
which caused her careful minis ra" I
tions to her children is shown and
reflected in their love and tender care
for her which is a fitting tribute fn
™ Cb 18 a attin ^ tnbute to
?!?
(Continued on Page Eight)
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D I CMTVWAAD ADA
1 L Ë 1Y i i Vf llUJi I KSI
1
nilfTDC MClUO DI7Ä APD
iWtUüNtWSREADERiÄ'iiÄ
WANTS INFORMATION
vnmnilUH
A ?fîmT^S£o S0N THAT 80 MANY
EÆÎJgNTS AT THE PLENTY
WOOD HOSPITAL "PASS AWAY"!
-
A Plentywood reader of the Pro
duoers News, who seems to be a
careful observer, writes the paper
with the following quoted statement
and query:
Plentywood, Mont.. Feb. 18, 1924.
'The Producers News comes to
my house every week and very
seldom do I fail to notice where
someone "passed away at the
Plentywood Hospital."
Now, you also publish hospital
news from the Outlook Hospital,
but altho it is quite evident that
that hospital has more patients,
perform more operations, and
on, and yet I never read about
anyone "passing away at the OuL
look Hospital."
Why is this? Is it th? Doctors
that are to be complimented for
this failure of any deaths at Out- I
look or to be blamed for the
deaths at the Plenty wood Hos- !
pital? Give us your idea. - !
Are you suppressing this news i
from the Outlook Hospital? j
AN ENQUIRER.
In answer to the above article the
Producer^ News can c.nly say that it !
publishes such hospital notes as are!
(Continued on page 8)
•o
I
Storkan's Farmerine graft charges
against the Producers News, its e di
tor » its manager and its board of di
ä ;layf ed badIy ****
bey*'was" abi^Siv^o^oai^JSmKif
1 from his P^er game and pool
table long enough last week to wri e
but a short inconsequental article in
reference to the calling of school dis
tnct warrants which he did not know
a - hin g' about and probably cared
Ess as he is not particularly inter
ested in articles about pilfering anv
£ ay >. J* 8 ™e he left the" F?rmeL
Bubhshmg Company at Scobey
1 3 ot more time a "d a lot less
10 s P®nd at the green table,
™ he fin < ls it mighty convenient to
he
tht cLf j W dod ars after hours
lot lt y EveniI îê* Post circular
say » and thus pay his way through
and , a |l ri S bt with
? ? and Sld Bennet t- T.
Jf rials W , er ?.. p ^ ett v weak and Prac
ticaUy admitted that they had lied
f„ c S!,i y * tkeir , firs t expose but
pxnbL'ïî t u 6 Prot, ucer-s News can't
P von if th ch . ar ^ e8 for letter heads
ev(? n if there is nothing to anything
iw!" ilf C ? ar p s * But the Producers
f x Pi amed the letter head
Proîwr^Np' c,harge - ^
diic»^? * ^f^ ^hellengea its tra
even befool ^ ^ court '
S?Ä a Judge that is as anxi
a, XT t a 8T something on the Pro
undeS™YM WS a ^-^ St orkan and his
associates. The Produc
SLÎf wSJT* V *î ^ ° rder for 20
and " P®^ Mmple
that jhe etter heads of
according c . olIec f ted far them
to can tfact: it has also
letter ben^ll a° T ^ oiP° Und band
will fnmicH Pu !1 l ted P 1 } 8 ^ X H and it
tl ,. furnisb tbat substance according
£JSf Contract '. entered ^to by the
This conU^tT 0 ^!? % lth Joe Dolin -
and the connri / U ° f . woodchucka '
commissioners knew
> they ? lffned , lt: the Farmerine
^ S ii! and 80 does Storkan and
When Com ° f ) J ^f D . olin ' 8 PaU.
havf^o-° r^' , Lund ?®^ insisted on
draw 1 . A ^ 0 ,P ney Erickson
draw the_co n.ract, Dolin refused and
p e i ?| n J* ,I8slaners allowed Attorney
Paul
as
Bill
The edi
draw the contract
p a ° in wblc,b they signed. The
Producers News contract was the
1° wi u best c , ontrac t and was ah
s ® lute j y honest but it was only by
n r ° f tbese J° kers contained in the
°i ^ tract that Dolia was able to
rjf«
rPuïï'P'* «"Sinft
to Jack O'Grady and every one else
tJiat knew anythincf about it* tla*
Producers News took over this con
and is following it to the Ï
ter ; aiul now comes the Fannerine
and finds fault with the Producers
tw\if nd - f ries 10 make it -hi™
1 th< r J° kers which Dolin put • in
e C0I ?tract are not there and that
? aper 18 8 °, anxi °us to discredit the
farmers administration that it will
ln £ ly misrepresents the facts and
P ur Posely lies about the charges made
Ior e PnnDng delivered to the
county ^ was so anxious to make
f n YYP° Se that it did not take the
trouole to inouire into the facts
even consuIt
w«» j a , ,
ML? iw®! J ea f hed Plen tywood that f
Mi-s Rose Lasater who was working
^ the Mercy Ho8 '
ne( i to Mr 2 rC f on * wa ® mar_
fwtp? Or^n I *! resident of
^ Miss
old-time nionJe^ ^ l au ^ hter of th e
Plentvwond ' L ' G ' Lasatcr ' of
The happy couple are living in
North Bend? Oregon. K
or to
contract under which
(Continued on page 8)
FORMER PLENTY
WOOD GIRL MARRIES

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