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ROBERT M. La FQ1LETTE,
ON FARMER-LABOR TICKET
LIBERTY
IS NOT
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from above
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THE PRODUCERS
NEWS GOES INTO
EVERY HOME IN
THE COUNTY.
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Official Paper of the City of Plentywood
VOL. VII, No. 20
_ A PAPER of t he people, for the people,
PLENTYWOOD, SHERIDAN COUNTY, MCNTANA,
BY THE PEOPLE
FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1924
Continuing Plentywood Pioneer Press, Vol 9. No. 52
Continuing the Outlook Promoter
__Sheridan County News & Dooley Sun
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In Signed Statement Dagmar Cifizen Declare* c* j
Nominat;d By *• Ä
MB LARSON URGES THAT FARMER.
LABOR TICKET BE VOTED STRAIGHT
Again the r
ife their supero
On the earlv mom
<i.!î farmers and workers
ntelligence ov. r the
J' ^ Sheridan County demon
, T _ g ratters union.
Lu "' r f nV ntiGn 'Countylrt whkh c^vlntion Mr f Ed\v F \Ver° V
« 'c ~ ;frl
ang at Plentywood
<lr °v S!? to 'V ?*<** «ein farm in th
' l0 egard the endorsement of th
of the old gang tickets
j Llct * , Gl::n was a candid
ted the endorsement of the Farmer
Yd Iverson received the endorsement,
me ; - of the gangsters and tc.V. '
V, 1 * 1 Farmer-Labor convention.
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is why they are defending ErM^et
.nutted stealing thousands of dollars from the
ihn. ,s why the craft«-»' union in. defending
+■ + is why they accepted Niels Christ
1°, county commissioner. That is why th;y vL de
lvler «W Ibsen on the board of County
son
the
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county
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That is why the old gang fails
i ,, , , . - . !0W who are robbing them
n the stool pigeions representing the grafters
' set'forth in their
ni makes the following statement:
' 1 ■ ERS OF SHERIDAN COUNTY
n e to state my position with reference to
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Tells About Dormans' Sale of Progressives to Walsh for 30
Pieces of Silver—Other Unions Also Have
Number.
MARRIAGE LICENSE
Dewey's
Swen Martin Soderquist ofComer
town and Clara Anderson of Dooley
were married Aug. 16.
Francis Solcrn of Westfork
Clara Bradford of Wolf Point
married Aug. 20.
WALSH'S RECORD IS RECORD OF TORY
Great Falls Aug. 14.—(Special to
- îi Fi'öducers News) At a meeting of
i ^Iv wdîhTh and ^ abo 2 ^sem
tV ' u t bornas Fogan m the chair,
rtugn Jones of the Brotherhood of lo
comotive Firemen delivered an inter
esting address
and
were
P v, . on the doings at the C.
i. i. A. conference in HeUna and the
subsetiuent repudiation of its indo
ments by the Big Four
Jones addressed the
ows :
THE STRAIGHT
OF IT
rse
Brother
meeting as fol
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Owing to the fact that there has
been considerable
connection with the
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misunderstanding in
meeting of rep
resentatives of the C. P. P. a. at
Helena, July 20, when indorsements
were made of certain candidates,
wish to make this statement.
When the C. P. P. A. was organ
ised m Montana, representatives were
asked to be present from farmer and
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Candidate for Judge
TWENTIETH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
Farmer-Labor Party
for HHo-v th T briI ! iant y° un K Plentywood attorney, candidate
tick c t i* „li ï, e T wentieth Judicial District, on the Farmer-Labor
learning Z i« 5 f the v ° dition to - both as to
powoi 2nd t? temperament. He is a man to whom the great
MI,<>r! .,- i U ' h in ïri , ty of JnnRe can be safely entrusted. Mr. Paul is
lilod and raoec^ad by ail who know him. and he is actually, ths fc-sk
He has no
her ticket, and his election in Nov;
existing political situation.
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Judicial timber th e Twentieth Judicial District,
posihîou on t li.p ^ Farmer-^: °
is conceded by a 11 cognizant of the
op
aber
1 coo ' Jy E - v as born r.t Brookville, Illinois, Nov. 14,
Minnesota He ^ UC j lt ^ in the PllbU < and High Schools of Wheaton
Ä: i? - °° ,: b« law course, at the I diversity of Minnesota,
MdmiiLri h u . ne H»li. He took Hie bar examination and was
ticed law at^Fr^"^ 0 *D' nois in Jar.i.ary 1ÎH2. He then prac
J ('irmliin 1 H e P° rt ' two years, associated with Judge R.
locating J 'J January ' 1924, Attorney Paul moved to Montana,
l„ iT ' ! u a®* "here fee practiced until about three years ago
mg UD ^ verTc^m ^ h ' ntywocd » wlu>re h ® has practiced since, build
" u - 3 'try c< ^»nsiderable practice.
hav« a hl!( r !7fi Eau, ] is married and he and Mrs. Paul and
nave a host of f* riends in the district.
small son
riends in the district.
Tc
SID BENNi ÏÏT
GO ES WILD
NOMINATIONS FOR
PRINCESS" CONTEST
CLOSED THURS. NIGHT
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Dost Half of Hepul blican Party of
Al, Goes on Ram)
Bid Bennett, note. Ufor many years
S Rm J r ° pnet . or - r lf 'he old ' Bucket
oi rJlood, a notonc
sore of Scobey, in
of John Barley Cor
! of Sammy and
>age.
Seven Contestants Will Make Race_
Others May Still Enter From Un
ropresents Parts of County.
The Princess of Sheridan County
contest which is being conducted ex
clusively by the Producers News for
(Continued an page 4)
us saloon and re
tire good old days
» ex-pug and bar
continued oi ^ Page Four)
BUSINESS MEN UNFAIR TO FARMERS
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Polls Will Be Open from 12:00 Noon Until 7:00 P. M.—Ev
ery ™ Should Get Out and Vote—Take No Chances
on Old Gang Tactics too Defeat Your Candidates.
0NE C0NTEST on farmer-labor ticket
Farmers and Laborers of Sheridan County Will Place Stamp
of Approal on Farmer-Labor Conference By Voting for
Ld. Iverson Who Was Nominated By Their Delegates—
Watch This Place on Ticket Carefully—Only One Com
missioner to be Voted For.
On X tw e f lay ' August 26th > is Preferential Primary election day.
of the various tid£ts y0U eXPreSS y ° Ur I> re£erence 'he candidates
; will have 'm ÎÏS?t ne * Xt T " es 'J a >' a!l progressive farmers and workers
'ticket c.f canfI?fK ,?b ty t0 vote f°r the following Farmer-Labor endorsed
I Fnllptf n W' v \ ho represents their economic interests, headed bv La
• n I e rf nd f hee \ er electors—candidates who are pledged to oppose stealing
an to1en a Herr d ef î heir th *.'*?" Possible^ost to'he taxwerl
anci to render the most services tor salaries allowed them. Take this list
the ball of * Then vnt 2 nd ,L rile " a11 thos e names which are not printed on
Lie ballot, then \ot e for those whose names are printed. Be sure and place
•ifter^a f ^T' u 1 l t! ! is is im P 0i 'tant. The State Committee
' e a great deal of labor ihas filled out the entire State Ticket and these
names must be written in as they do not appear c.n the ballot
Unly one contest appears on the Farmer-Labor-Ticket, that beim? for
Spo Ln?^ f L Ivers T 0n K is the duly nominated candidate for that
mportant office by the Farmer-Labor convention and be will be supported
to vote for rr ?wo r f ° rCeS ° f this county - Wa ' ch this petition! so as not
Go to the polls next Tuesday, August 26th and vote Also see that vour
neighbors dc. the same. Do not think that there is no contest in the pVim
^ . *, you ." 0 vote ' it is possible for those opposing your economic
lhinL tS t0 , noi R 11 2 e so 5?ec.ne on YOUR ticket which stand for none of the
for vou to votTfffrhv U 1 -î. pos ? lb l? f - or the frraTters to narn e their candidates
toi you to vote foi by writing in their names, thus defeating your candidate
Birr of aVimary! ™
TERNSo5, P MA^fTA°TO™OvSTCMFOR T E L T^
on one
an
anes.
Farmer-Labor Ticket
A VOTE FOR THE FARMER-LABOR TICKET IS A
VOTE FOR LA FOLLETTE
Farmer-Labor Electors
These electors are pledged to LaFollette and Wheeler
EMMA SALISBURY
JOHN M. JOHNSON
W. R. DUNCAN
ELLA LORD
United States Senator
J. W. ANDERSON of Sidney
Congress, 2nd District
CHARLES E. TAYLOR, Plentywood
Associate Justice Supreme Court
HARLOW PEASE
Governor
FRANK J. EDWARDS, Helena
Lieut. Governor
Secretary of State
J. A. McGLYNN, Billings
Attorney-General
LINDAHL JOHNSON
State Auditor
LILLIAN MEINECKE
State Treasurer
HERMAN STRASBURGER
Public Service Commissioner
O. F. CLARK, .Missoula
Superintendent of Public Instruction
BESS CREWS POTTS
Clerk of the Supreme Court
Judge of District Court
S. E. PAUL, Plentywood
For Legislature
ROBLRT LARSON, Quitmeyer
A. Th. LARSEN, Plentywood
County Commissioner
ED. I\ ERSON, Antelope
County Treasurer
E. TORSTENSON, Raymond
Sheriff
RODNEY SALISBURY, Raymond
Clerk & Recorder
NEILS MADSEN, Coalridge
Clerk of District Court
DAN J. OLSON, Plentywood
County Attorney
ARTHUR C. ERICKSON, Plentywood
County Assessor ,
OLE ASPELUND, Dooley
County Surveyor
HANS RASMUSSEN, Dagmar
Superintendent of Schools
EMMA CRONE, Raymond
Coroner
MARTIN NELSON, Plentywood
Public Administrator
ODIN LUTNES, McElroy
Justice of Peace
L. S. OLSON, Plentywood
GEORGE W'HEELER,
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ZEIDLER HARWARE
HARRIS CONFECTIONERY
MONTANA MOTOR CO.
WEST CABARET
KAVON GARAGE
ORPHEUM THEATRE

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