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Isabel Fiske was a guest at the Clair Stoner home Saturday night. * * * Mrs. Grace Hunter of Antelope Plentywood visitor Sunday. was a Oscar Opgrande has purchased the Dr. Sell's house. Mrs. Sam? of Froid was shopping in this city Monday. » ♦ ♦ Judge Comer is holding court in Poplar this week. * * * P. H. McGowan is here from Cd gan, N. D. E. E. Thompson of Daleview was a court house caller Wednesday. .J M. Nielsen, the Watkins man of Reserve was here Tuesday. « « « Mrs. Watkins of Antelope was shop ping in this city Tuesday Antwerp Petersen was up Dagmar Wednesday. • * « William Whitman of Dagmar was a business caller here Tuesday. » * * Wm. Ewing, of the local post office, leaves this week on his vacation. * * * Oscar Boe and family of Outlook Plentywood callers Tuesday. * * * Karl Hovland and family of Out attended to business matters from were here Tuesday. Harold Hanisch of the Raymond country transacted business in this citv last Saturday. * * * ♦ Pearl Gleason returned the latter part of last week from Great Falls, Mont. Arthur Tobiason of the Outlook business caller in the country, was a countv capital last Saturday. * « « * Mrs. J. Carrol and daughter Har riet of the Outlook country were hopping in this city Monday. • ♦ • Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wagnild of the Outlook country were shopping in this city Saturday. * * * Marie Van Hee left Tuesday for the Redden home near Dooley, where she will spend part of her vacation. ■ « « Mrs. G. C. Bantz and daughter Ruth made a trip to Outlook Satur day to consult Dr. Faucett of that town. Ship your Cream to the Froid Creamery. Highest price paid on day received. Try us. '_ _ 21-tf FROID CREAMERY. ♦ Orval Bantz made a trip to Scobey Tuesday from this city, taking Wil liam Moe's piano to that city with his truck. i J. Kaiser and daughter Edna of this city attended the graduation exercises in Outlook last Friday evening. ♦ * * * * * Mr. and Mrs. A. Mrs. Vernon Workman and daugh ter Marion Lorraine arrived in Plen tywood Tuesday to visit her sister, Mrs. Hugh King and family. ♦ ♦ ♦ Grant Stoner of Outlook and Alice Stoner of this city made a trip to Williston, N. D., Monday, where they consulted Dr, Carr in regard to eye trouble. Walter Lund, who resides in the Outlook country, but who has been attending college at Bozeman, re turned to his home by way of Plen tywood last Tuesday. • • • Misses Theresa and Volberg Grims rud of Antelope were shopping in this city Tuesday. Theresa was a gradu ate from the local high school this year. * ♦ • O. J. Collins returned the latter part of last week from the western part of the state, where he has been working for Gov. Dixon on State work. GREAT NORTHERN REDUCED FARES EAST and WEST Summer tourist tickets at greatly reduced rates will be on sale at this station daily to Sept. 15th, inclusive TO EASTERN POINTS St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, Superior, Chicago, Sioux City, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis and east ern destinations. Final return limit October 31st. Liberal stopovers allowed. TO PACIFIC COAST POINTS On Sale Daily to September 30th, Inclusive Seattle, Tacoma, Portland, Vancouver, Victoria, North Pacific Coast points, Alaska and California. Final return limit Oct. 31st. Liberal stopovers allowed. I For further information, reservations, or tickets, call on, telephone, or writ e E. R. WHITE, Agent - Plentywood, Montana L. B, Woods, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, Helena, Mont. GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY _ Isabel Ketterman has accepted a ! position at the Elgin Çafe. * m ♦ O. C. Sederholm of Whitetail was a business caller here Tuesday. ♦ ♦ • Victor Dahl was in from the reser vation Wednesday. * * * Attorney B. B. Horrigan is here from Washington attending to legal matters. * Atty. Erickson and Rev. Egge are in Billings his week attending a con vention. The Plentywood band has menced giving th e open air concerts each night. corn S. J. Redden transacted business pertaining to the farm, in this city Wednesday. * ♦ * 30 x V/z Goodyear Pathfinder $7,95. One year's free service on all tires. TIRE SHOP. Plentywood. » * * Bobbie Cook of the Redstone coun try fell from a wagon and cracked a rib Tuesday. 4c ♦ * Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Belanski turned this week from Oregon, where he has spent the winter. • » • The Burroughs Adding Machine representative was a court house call the first of the week. 10-tt re er G. F. Robertson and wife of Wan business callers at the court se were house Wednesday. # # J. J. Hedine, a piano tuner of Wolf PcJnt, was a business Caller in this city Wednesday. ^ a Mrs. J. M. Keoh is spending a few days in Plentywood, having dental work done, * Harry Baker of the McNulty pre cinct transacted business in this city Tuesday, ♦ ♦ • Christ Jorgesen of the Dagmar business caller here : John Lindblom of the Outlook i country attended to business matters ; i n this city Tuesday. * * * country was a Tuesday, « * attended the county I Alfred Wibe of Reserve to business matters in se at Tuesday. John, popular cook at the Elgin Cafe, was released from the hospital this week. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mills of Out look were Plentywood callers Weclnes day - . . * Mrs. Oscar Opgrande returned | Monday from the western part of the state, where she had been visiting. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Pete Wagnild of the Outlook country attended to business matters in this city Wednesday, J. A. Hedine, expert piano tuner, will be in Plentywood a few days, 10-11 Leave orders at Leland Hotel, ♦ * Rungboeg, were Mr. and Mrs. N. S.. prominent Dagmar citizen Plentywood visitors on Friday of last week. * * * Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Lindberg of Crosby. N. D., were business and visiting friends in this citv last Tuesday * ♦ ♦ Ed Weiss is giving his house in this city a new coat of paint after having built an enclosed porch onto the same, giving it a very nea ^ appearance. Niels Christensen, well known Dag mar farmer, was a Plentywood caller Tuesday of this week, looking after business and hobnobbing with old friends. * * * The Illinois State baseball team have cancelled their games with the local nine on account of the numerous rains which have delayed them in I many places. 30 x 3'/ 2 Goodyear Pathfinder $7.95. One year's free service on all tires. 10-4t* TIRE SHOP, Plentywood. Mr. Hendricksmeier of near Ray mond had both of his legs broken, when a horse kicked him Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Meharry of the Outlook country, were dinner guests at the E. E. Y T ork home Wednesday. ♦ Mrs, Wm. Best was called from Glacier Park this weak by the illness of her mother Mrs. McGowan. ♦ ♦ * Jens Kaal, Peder Runboeg and Jens Peder Loft, all from Dagmar were Plentyw T ood visitors on Friday of last week. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Frank H uff and Fr, O'Rourke were entertained at dinner at the Pete Marron home Sunday. m » • Mrs. Otto Donaldson was entertain ed to a dinner at the Elgin Cafe Sat urday by a number of her friends in honor of her birthday. ♦ * ♦ The Commercial Club had a meet ing Tuesday night and they decided to celebrate the third and fourth of July this year.^ ^ ^ Nora Thompson, who has been working for Attorney S. E. Paul left for her home at Antelope Wednes day. John Johnson, owner and manager of the Brush Lake Summer Resort, transacting business in this city Wednesday. w'as ♦ * * Mrs. E. C. Heliand entertained at a six o'clock dinner Tuesday evening their tenth wedding anniversary. ♦ ♦ * Mesdames Peterson, Malcolm, Col lins and Wright of the Ladies' Aid served supper in the Congregational church Thursday. ♦ » * Messrs. Oscar and Herbert Benson the Outlook country were trans acting business in the county Saturday. seat - Clarence Undhjens, brother of Mrs. Kaiser, arrived here from Columbus, N. D., Tuesday and will spend a few' days at the Kaiser home in this city. St * * Ernest Stenmark and his bride who have been visiting friends in this city the nast week left Monday for St. p aub where they will make their u t m - e home. * * Mr. and Mrs. Amos Westphal and and Mrs. August Westphal of tbe Outlook-Raymond vicinity business callers in this city the first of the week. ♦ * ♦ Mr. and Mrs. Otto Donaldson went to Williston Thursday morning, where Mrs. Donaldson will take a train to Minnesota where she will friends and relatives. . . were visit ■« * RudcJph White of the Wolf Creek city Monday Knut coun try was in this prov ing up on his homestead, Knutson and Nels Thompson of that country were here as witnesses. • ♦ • Elvira Mensing, the little daughter of Ray Mensing, returned Tuesday from the hospital where she has been f or some time suffering from an at tack of pneumonia. * * * Mrs, Krebsbach left for Minneso ta the latter part of last w'eek, where she will visit her son Lloyd in Min neapolis, as w'ell as other relatives in other points of that state. ♦ DR. KROMER of Helena, eyesight! specialist, will be at Plentywood Hotel, Sat., Sun., and Monday. June 21-22-23. ♦ ♦ • Mrs. Kittleston is taking Miss Emma Crone's place as County Sup erintendent during the absence of Miss Crone, who will spend her vaca tion in the mountains of western Montana. • * • The Plentywood ball team played at Sidney last Tuesday and lost the game by cue score, the tally being 3 to 2. It was a hard fought battle and, went 11 innings before the game was decided. ! 1 I * ♦ * Jason Cook from the reservation left Tuesday for Minneapolis, where he will receive medical attention in the hope of relieving rheumatism with which he has been suffering for some time. Farmers; If you want to rent land on which foreclosure has started, or on land already owned by Non-Residents, see J. W. McKee office First National bank. I also write in surance of all kinds. « « • Siefert, one of the pitchers on the Plentyw'ood baseball team, left on the stage Tuesday for Raymond, where he will take the east bound train. He expects to receive medical attention while on the trip. » « t Chester Onstad. son of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Onstad, returned this week from Northfield, Minn., where he had spent the past nine -months attending St. Olaf college, friends are glad to see him back again. ♦ ♦ ♦ Mr. and Mrs. Chris R. Jensen, prominent farmers in the Dagmar country were business and pleasure visitors to Plentyw'ood last Friday. They report that the rain of last week did not reach into the Dagmar coun try except in scattered places. ♦ ♦ ♦ Clarence Ford, a former Planty wood young man, who is now a bar ber in the Twin Cities, is here visit ing his mother,, Mrs. Lena Ford. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Whitish of the Redstone country were shopping in this city Wednesdav. ♦ ♦ ♦ Earl Vance, well known in Plenty wood and vicinity had a misfortune with his aeroplane at Colgan, N. D., and the plane was hauled into Plen tywood Monday wrhere Mr. Vance is now waiting for repairs for the ma chine. been 3-tf Chester's many Miss Theresa Grimsrud of Ante lope and Mabel Guenther of Dag mar, both graduates this year from the Plenty wood high schocJ, left for Miles City Wednesday, where the\ will attend summer school. U. G. Barnhouse of Comertown was in town Wednesday visiting friends and looking after business. Mr. Barnhouse reports the roads as be £5 «g? r ddy bet " ee " S and this city. ^ ^ # Leroy, son of Mr. and Mrs Kymdal Madsen of Dagmar, broke his arm above the wrist while cranking a Ford car at Reserve Wednesday evening, The young lad was brought to Plenty wood by Antone Anderson and the arm was set by a local doctor. Tuesday, James Bruce, John Karr, Kenneth Nicholson, Alden Johnson, Leroy Parkhurst, Harold Donaldson, and Elder Gunderson, left for Camp Utah, where they will attend summer camp. Alden Johnson, Leroy Park hurst and Harold Donaldson left by car for Culbertson while the other boys boarded the passenger from this ritv Austa * • Misses Elmo Stephens and Madsen, school teachers who reside at Froid, were in Plentywood last Wednesday. Miss Stephens came to inquire about writing on tions, while Miss Madsen registered ladies examma her certificate. The young were guests at a 12:00 o'clock dinner at the B. E. Luebke home the same day, returning to Froid on the after noon train. Misses Stephens and Madsen left today (Friday) for Miles City, where they will attend summer school. p n v (Continued from Page One) with the expenditures of funds, and then reporting a deficiency to the ; next congress I It was Senator King who blocked the navy department's bill for cruis ers and'battleship improvements. It ; had been passed by both house and senate, but the Utah senator had a motion to reconsider pending and he served notice just in the tail end of the session that if an attempt were made to take it up he would require at least four hours to present his ob jections. NO RELIEF FOR FARMER EXCTTEMEMNT APLENTY Washington, June 7.—The Sixty eighth congress has furnished excite ment, sensation, bitter pai'tisan de bate and internal party strife of a character not witnessed in the capitol in many years. Six months and four days consti tuted the life of the session and for practically all of that time the mem bership divided attention between the florrs of the house and senate and the committee rooms where cabinet offi cers and assistants, army and navy officials and a host of others passed in review before a group of investigat ing committees which kept Washing ton and the country tingling with thrills. During the period tw'o cabinet offi cers were forced out cf office and the two houses locked horns repeatedly with the president ver fiscal legisla tion. ATTHECHURCHES LUTHERAN CHURCH A. M. EGGE, Pastor. The Confirmants w'ill meet on Sat urday at 2:00 p. m. SUNDAY, JUNE 15 English services at Dooley at 11:00. Sendees at Raymond at 2:30 p. m. English services at Antelope at 7:30 p. m. SUNDAY, JUNE 22 There will be services with Con firmation at the Plentywood Luther an Church, at 10:30 a. m. EVANGELICAL CHURCH (Max O. Seiwert, minister.) Services for Sunday June 15th are as fcJloivs: Sunday school at 10:00 a. m. 1f . , . . , , , ^rmng worship at 11:00 o clock, Christian Endeavor meets at 7:00 p. m. Topic: "Memories; a Blesing or a Curse. The members of the Vacation church school will render a program at 7:45 o'clock. A cordial welcome is extended to •• all. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. j t j i RAYMOND Sunday school at 2:00 p. m. Preaching services at 3:00 p. m. TWO TREE SCHOOL (H. E. Ross, minister) Sunday school at 10:00 a. m. Preaching services at 1:00 a. m. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Services for next Sunday, June 15th Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Church at 11 o'clock. The subject of the sermon w'ill be that announced for last Sunday, the last in the series car Some Christians are Doing, church invites you to make it your church home and welcomes everybody to all of its services. War—"What This •* * * * * FARMER-LABOR PICNIC * * WAS POSTPONED • * The Farmer-Labor picnic sched- * * uled for last Sunday has been * * postponed to next Sunday, June * * 15th. Sen. J. W. Anderson will * * speak. Come and hear him and * * bring your family for » good * * time. * ******** * BARN DANCE AT FRANK FRENCH PLACE SOUTH OF MEDICINE LAKE There will be a barn dance at the Medicine come. A Frank French place near Lake cai Saturday, June 21st. Everybody is invited to ■ good time assured to all. FffoPt To^VfCCk dlüll Iv JYlOntänä YV II"« I r J GfOWCFS UCiCHlCQ faU£rht a losing battle for the° pool, learned *that Board of Di rectors with the intelligence and courage toJnaigeratPjJgf «.n trarj to the desires ot. c ~ P T1 Strati must be fleeted, .^in^ who would sa\e tne o g steps to see to it ™ * tl y to was Ind whe^the primaries for the ^mhiaUon of candW^tes for the new ^ Aslodltiou" 1 the above laws of the ™ociation men organwd[under the^ Areetiov^ August Nelson took step t by men nominated in each c it « y j petition as prov^edforin thecowu tution and bylaw s of filed in j and these petitions were we s prop time. Tog program ; titions were a pioposeci progiau i signed by the same men whoi signed the nominating petitions of the can I didates for directors in the several districts. The mem nominated signed this program and pledged themselves to carrying out of the program pro viding they were elected The nom mating peütmus were filed at the head office. MEN NOMINATED FOR DIRECTORS • The following prominent men in the Wheat Growers Association were nominated for their respective dis (Continued from page 1) . District No. 1, Clair Stoner. District No. 2.. Herb Bjerkland. District No.3., C. M Strom. District No 5., B. A Carlscn. | District No. 6, J. W. Anderson. ; District No. 7,J. W. Masterson. j District No. 8., W. J. Hopper. District No. 9.. none boosted in pn maries but will be in general election, District No. 10., C. H. Dow. NOMINEES PLEDGED . In all districts excepting district No. 9., men nominated were pledged to carry out a difinate program that twenty five or more members spon-, sored. PROGRAM THL PROGRAM . ^ cIe , Montana, tvn 9 "/' Members of the Montana Mheat Growers Association: Greetings: . We. the undersigned members of the Montana Whea-t Growers Association ar e sending you this letter for your guidance in the general election now being held directors for the ensuemg Your vote must be ma-iled ; for year. to the Montana Wheat Growers, Lewistown, Montana, by the 10th day of June. The success of the Association depends very largely upon its directors who are elected annual ly by voters of the members in each of the ten districts of the It is because we want a who state. director from this district stand for certain definite prin ciples set forth in this letter that we are asking your help and support. First: We demand an audit of the Montana Wheat Growers As sociation by a competent bonded Audit Company and their find ings published and in the official paper of the Association. Second: We demand that the present unreasonable high mar COME TO BRUSH LAKE JULY 3rd and 4th BIG CELEBRATION © — BIGGEST EVENT OF THE SEASON WILL BE STAGED AT Brush Lake July 3rd-4th Week End The Popular Amusement Resort. Don't Forget the Dancing and Amusements. * Commonly Charged In Sur Refreshments and Cafe Service Same as rounding Towns. We are Here to Show you a Good Time. J. J. JOHNSON, Mgr. A costs be materially re | keting ^Third: We demand that our di rectors in the marketing of our grain, co-operate in the largest possible measure with other co operative farm organizations, in stead of hob-nobbing with the Minneapolis Chamber ot merce and other vicious gambling organizations of the bhe nature. We are glad to report that B. E. Carlson has pledged himself to support our program as out lined. Mr. Carlson is the causes that are farmers and let us not miss this chance of placing him where he can be of service to us. Rest as sured he will get the information we want or he will give us the reason why he did not. If you are in fa*vor of our pro then vote for Mr. B. E. Montana Association, Do this be rivniDATES ( CANDIDA , , , when the primaries, had closed, al tbougb nominating blanks had been in the call in the official pub g ti the Montana Wheat Grower, hi } had gone out to all of the mem £ f th * Association, the genera Terence and disgust engendered by th management was so great that it occurred that the only men thTdSScte were those nominated hv netftiof The ballots were to be by . pe , 10 ; -1 i orvvi rptnrnpd printed and mailed out ^ returned by June l<th po • Mr. Nelson had airanged u p u n if iw the entire membership m behalf : fighter for dear to the a gram. Carlson and Wheat mail to Growers' Lewistown, Montana, fore June 15th. Yours for co-operation, ONLY PETITION of tile nominated candd . se nd the proposed Progra y voter When Pres. Cresap and Man ager Strawman reali _ • going on, instead of ballots and proceeding .. PV i tion. as the by-laws p , • suspended the election Mid called a special meeting of theJtoaM otinr rectors and passed a r pending tb .e election and mstead pass_ ed . ns ° ri i"§ t ions to the missions of two propo. • . membership to be 1 °™* Äes for 0 f the names of the cand . the Board of Directe., s.epp - tion providing for the d^. the Association entie t closing of thn . «usSend ternative providing for the suspend iin /,, ot tbe °Pm' a L° a ^ ; of the association, pending ■ ^ i ing oi the control contract b* at least sixty-five per cent of e . growers of the State of Montana. A couple of the members of the Board were absent from this meeting, but of the nine members present, only Clair Stoner voted against it, and in sisted that the election of the Board 0 f Direcors as provided m the By - ! laws take place, and that the new ! Board could then take such necessary steps as seemed expedient, ihe mo tion inspired by Cresap and Straw man prevailed and the election was suspended and the two propos« :mns w r ere mailed out and published in tne Montana Wheat Grower under date of June 1st, with an explanatory ar ticle entitled, "SHALL WE SUS PEND OPERATION." The election on the proposition is now going on, and because of the general disgust of the membership it is very likely to carry and Cresap knows this and he w T ould rather have this thing done than to submit to an audit with him self out of office. It is rumored that there is a reason for this because of a padded expense account that will not bear the light of day and besides .the spending of money for other questionable activities RATHER DESTROY ORr iv, ZATION THAN LOSE ' M * CONTROL The Con^titutinr. , y j ontana wheat Grower ■ nr ^ ^ ;' ^ } f electicr of °p de ^ Drrectors nan el hv ni^n B< f d of ^ at f 01 is' an< election Î u, f ( nom ' ca£ that % J M by then ^ -m mnoli 7. 15 not ^ îhe aLSS" t^e J ^ ^ ^ Tuesday of ™T f une ' vc * tes *° be c f tb y person by P™? y ' President Cresap did not I issue this calb but anticipating that & crowd of adiacent members VonJd voluntarily meet at the offices of tb e association, in fact petting wind of ^ B Whai does this action m means that Cresap ami S n? H realizing that they were toi trol of the Association'I 0 ! 0 « destroy it than to turn it ral| >« other officers: that by preverS? 10 election of a new Board of 7"* they could keep the orgiizl^ their own hands and thus^ï ° n ® audit and th e exposure oÆ! nt vities and the way they W m the farmers money. Beside Speni "ere apparently afraid that a management might make the* , success and thus thwart their i? a ent and believed design to destÄ entire pool movement in Uhlu, the Wheat Speculators andw^ frightened at the turn of event^ realizing that their day of account^ as at hand, they suspended the e 5 tion of the new Board and su £' ted the proposition to dissolve haps without an accounting ' members and complete TAKE DESPERATE STEPS. con. they w new w per to the exposure. or t .very thing, he sent all of the ployes of the office out into the coun ^ ^ Monday noon< ordered 'J not to show up about the office on Tuesday, closed the offices, chanced the locks on the doors, so that if anv employe with a key should happen to ^ p found by anv mem ber. the doon could not be opencd . Thig to prevent the meeting of the mem berg in the office pursuant to the con stitution and bylaws, and with the *• sign of preventing the meeting, which coultl and intende d to, «lect a Board of Directors to take the plae? 0 ] d ones Q n Tuesday, June 10th. pursuant to the provisions of the Constitution and By-laws, a num ber of the ad J acent members met. They found the (loors locked; they could find no officers nor employes They realized what had occurred. Not to ^ defeated they met in the hall in front of the door and organized. There wag not a quorum prese nt so y ad j ourned> until Wednesdar, June 25tb at 6 m when every i member of the Montana Wheat Grow ^ Assodation either in person or bv Qxy are ur d to be present and - n the electiCin 0 f a Board of t nlecleed to the above pro- ! an d thus defeat the obvious de of Pres C resap and Manager • gtrawman to deptroy the Montana Wbeat Growers Association in the in of the Minneapolis Chamber of | era new Commerce, to ruin what they no loup er can rule, and to close the busine of the Association without disclosing how r they have spent the money of which it appears that the farmers have been looted. The time has come to act. Act to day. This thing shall not be allowed to pass. The Producers News is read by 5,000 people in Sheridan County alone. Read the Ads in the Producers News.