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THE PRODUCERS NEWS
• U-K.. OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOP
Continuing the OUTLOOK PROMOTER
PUBLISHING
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COM PA NY. PUBLISHER
Second Class Matter, October 18, 1912, at the Post
w.;ee at Uemywood. Montana. Under the Act of March 3, 1879. '
Subscription Price $3.00 Per Y'ear Published Weekly
Charles E. Taylor, Editor _ 0. A. Kee. Manager
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Foreign Advertisin'» RrpresentsUve
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A CHALLENGE TO JOHN NYQU1ST
' iiünUunuT! 1 S Ut ?l 'f Ct that Burl , e ï famous gambler anil
• ■ ,,j !>».. Kermhlb -, A i l T awre,lce antl Joh " Nyquist in Daniels Coun-,
' ; ; l 3. , .Republican State convention which pledged undivided <uu
,K>rt ^CajvmCoohcJge and his teapot dome» on a forged proyT P
now ca
HOW 11 ?? ' w 1S PUNISHABLE BY FINLAND IMPRISONMENT OR
v lÄte s 1 ^ 0 Chi6f IaW officer in Danieï^oun
■ campaign manager committed forgerv.
N.R CHALLENGE JOHN NYQUIST, WHO IS NOW SFEKTNr t*p
t 1 !v;.\ !N DANIELS COUNTY UPON HIS RECORD TO PROSv'
E BURLY BOWLER ON A CHARGE OF FORGERY ' P " 0bL '
Both Nyquist and Lawrence are traveling about in Daniels Countv
> K any connection with Burly Bowler, but it is commonly understood
g Q?"?4 haa been \ h * connecting link boiween the County
a..o Hie eh nli s office and the underworld in Daniels County
f t .-t t v/ , years ; that bchH Nyquist and Lawrence deny their connections
tn him for public consumption only. cuons
w n.L SAÄI NYQUIST PLEASE PROVE TITS ST A Tie M p ntt 1 q nv tm
STITT TING PROCEEDINGS AGAINST BURLEY BOWIER 4M
PAIGN MANAGER, FOR FORGERY xiUWLER, HIS CAM
Show your colors or admit that you dar e not desert Bowler because lie
yet too much on you. u*-<-c*uï,fc ne
LI
•T
Cl
tieny:
bat
tior
for
l,o
In
Cm speaking about Slippery Carl's efficiency, if memoir fe ;ves us rieht
■ ha, at another tune a very efficient official in Sheridan County. He was
iV t oui ».cous to the patrons of his office and his records were kmt un
*270 (Ml(fnn an< fN CC QV. Ut ^ , maaner - That man was Rex Movius, vAm placed
. --O ffiK OO m the Sheridan County State Bank, and for which sum of morev
t u 0U1 \ ty has , bcen ffiakirg an effort to regain -ver sine» TW
after the bondsman had disposed of all of their property one way or th«
kn ••-'lh-«t l CnTu " be f abl f t0 s " e this connection, but the taxpayers who
Aw bo l££ A NTS a ° ;npa '^ Wit ' h th f county grafters, have gotten
t»l f * ^ ' , s0 Earl, jvijr efficiency plea won't get von bv this fYl
for vou ^r r a $7? ink t0 doub, --<™ ss 1 in S Kam c and its back to the farm
' PU ' 01 a $7,) - ,oh as cleik one of the mainstreeters you love so well. '
1!
S
PRINCIPLE THE SAME; INTEREST DIFFERENT
r
1 Roosevelt County Independent
. . v Ra J^ r John Schnitzler of Froid, who is the richest man in Roosevelt
•mit.., and a man who laid the foundation for his fortune on 12 oer rpnt
un, fat bonuses, I!e r |>blican candidate for the S<ate Senat» '■•ivs tv.t ^
< f. am .? i Ostby, the Farmer-Labor candidate for the same office stund fr"
vxuctly the same Principle and that both ho and .Tim are patriot and '
rc*
,r
good
, Kark .® r Joh | 1 is a fairly good fellow, as bankers go. He is good
, , tu ,ÿ aiid Kent!omanl y and exacts his 10 or 12 per cent and bonusc/wUb
aon aR( J.treble, probably, than any other banker in the Sta»e
' ' 1 !î, ' 'f A al ô so S° od matured and gentlemanly, but a farmer who
0 J' a;d 12 per cent and bonuses,
er Schnitzler and Farmer Ostby may stand for «vanH,, +i,^ „
Ätt diff - a «'SâïXÂ'
V hen Ktag%clÄeî W wite,*Shî^P^ , ?^• *"5 Bi " P^ta
y nt at most, no bonuses, and very small discounts '' " "" * anda f ° r 8
t ne workers who teach our children.
Do you want Banker John or Farmer Jim to
T
lot
Oi
-i.
Ba
Princi
Bonus
ic
per
on pay warrants issued to
represent you in the
Senate 1
There are about 40 banters
are banters in the Senate already
I he choice is up to you.
Mr. Voter, you will'decide.
*
WiPF OFF YOUR CHIN, MR. WAGNER
Now that James Wagner has explained how much it cost to hire law
vers to collect the money lost in the Sheridan County State Bank matte
ill'll 6 fï P f n h ° W happened ito be lost in that bank. Mayhaps Wagn4
t the taxpayers how the County Commissioners allowed the bondsmen
for the county money t 0 transfer tteir property, thus forcing the îwt
C.. ; ,_,„^onev S later to hire special attorneys' The same men backfnv Wa^
tlîVr 0 f Unt îA ttorn 1.- re also interested in this deal. Mr. Wagner savs
Î ' * ' u «ty Attorney Erickson travels around a good deal nmnir,« i
'oot.eggers, which wasn't a part of his work, hut if Atty Wagner ht/il" 11
lexers ' n" f.gmës' SS^t* utte ^°° "
on S }he ^nsïde° n t lC outside y el,ln ^ at what the other fellow
ii- w Kr/rw-«r
It is so much
does, than to be
Thi Plentywood Herald states that the «nliert * ...
for offi- e is: Can he perform? L, other word s .1s the caS^e f„
of his associations and environments, able to hit the dirt! Editor Nelson ttel
go's r.n to eulogize Attorney Wagner. We would ask Pd2«* n -i h f'
Thinks that Wagner after assuming office will prosecute tho<e whl haJL
msti-umental in electing him to office Yes «ir Fditev voio^ ho • e b ^ n
'"<> a*.-ocfation have /great deal to do Äh "iw tXSent Ä"" 1 "
not understand how you, knowing this, can recommend Wagner to the tet"
payers and voters of Sheridan county. & r to the t**'
ill prosecute those who have bdln
Y^, .r. Editor Nelson, environment
and we can
WE APOLOGISE TO MRS. HUNTER
weekly inference It^ rac f ®- Hunter a grave injustice last
' y Avhy was Mrs liutf the q ^ Bd qUestion « an editirial:
public school «f Aptn - ve T y&d - , a 5 a grade teacher from the
f schools at Antelope, in the middle of the term last winter
Sacher^ Wheie ahe 18 Sodally veîy popular, if she is aA ZLpSSS
For this error the Producers News humbly apologizes as it seems from
a statement signed by .the principal of tte Ant-i«« *1 .» . em 7 ÎIom
'the board of trustees of that distr cd publifhed ^ 8 "S memh ?™ of
that Mrs. Huntm- was not removedat Si ÄÄÄÄ
S ° the tcrm but was not rehire<l !as ' spring for the current scho"
we were brûler°the^împres*îon S tene/f^n! 7 e queslion in £ 00(l faith, for
Mrs Hunter had m-ido hpr«r-*f7 • ane ' Vt y ' vve had been informed that
fifth year. n °* Ul ' tho t€im > " hen she was not .hired for the
Ihe lâst tning the Producers News would do *s\ at u 4
' h , e faCts " «V of her relations to the
to print the correction appearing7nAnother"column W ® f*® °Æ y t0 ° £ lad
'CONCERNING !'' und .® r the caption,
order tint u
facts in ihe matter and T-T.- H„ n J i 1 , the Public may have the
iruf Vi m , 61 and Mrs. Hunter may have the benefit of the exact
truth. The reader will nonce that the article is on the editorial page ?et
m blackface* type, under a prominent ■head—more conscious than thl krtf
de doing the injustice to Mrs. Hunter. picious man me arti
ways print both sides of"'ny Mntroveïsyf pïblkhiiî^the "InswerinJ'articled
Ä Ä a,tiCleS CritiliZlng ' or in anywise
The people wants the truth—the truth harms no man
sion of the Producers News to alw
v. here they will.
Prrdncpv^NiW '7 httle . fi,n g at Editor Taylor contained in the article, the
Prcduceis News has such a reputation for telling the truth and has me h
a prestige among its readers everywhere for careful truth tdling that it
haé come to be a saying among its readers, "That if you see it in*.he Pro
ducers News, ft's true.." * 1 e ri °*
Therefore, comprehending our responsibility to the' rvblic and the in
Jury th f any unjust or unfair or untrue statement appearing in the col
umus of the ramiers paper, concerning Mrs. Hunter or any other pc-rson
must do te, her by reason of the peoples' disposition to swear by thif paZ
and lightly so, or must do to any one else, wo feel it our bnnmlcii
not only to publish fully answering articles, but to go to the extreme
'usht ha" l^^ Ct,0nS ' " hfTCVCT ' £ ™ -tteT'r?
ing and for honesty'an^e^ci^/i* toTvÄ
ou r a parT e n 0 t r -vttPv n ?, a i red m y i illadvised or questionable statement'
ou. part, no inattei in liow slight degree'.
So the Producers
fortunate queslion.
. , , It is the mis
ays print the truth, let the chips
fly
on
News gladly retracts the inferences made in the un
TORE BOLIN PRINTING CONTRACTS
him " Wch "' m f "'
.. J n T c ^ a - î ' aei 'i ne week before last accused the Producers News nf
SLÄ^was^sel of!' 1 " VVi " <l0 the — '»at
Funny, how chickens come home to roost, isn't it,
iöfo ^ p 0 '"iÙYttecoü"t?prinlin,UrtL th h a nlifôl
'îrærÆïSï
Niels Christensen, h- is go1ng K to denial p^nef "oTflesh^/seAiicts^en" I
iv
who o h- vdThavc 0 1TV" COlm ^ but 0" I* old stamping 'grotmds
411 w h - t- Lln f£ a !? 13tance ln Piling off his foxy stunts,
county'i",m"c a ' th,s h is: G5tc ■»« Niels Christensen an,I the
Remember, J^ns Ibsen was considered a very conscientious «nri
man when .he first entered the Commissioners' office tv! h S? C3t
tywood gang, including Joe Dolin, did the r 6 «t**ard The .f len :
a man with no courage or backbone whatsoever to stand L ^
dan?Sunt°y *"* " hen th ^ ma!te '»*'' on the t^SuTof ShS'
THE county treasurer
anocs .äÄÄÄ'S o r r;U h i r f»*»« «»
pc direct to the County Treasured Ä "An.î nf " Y, Ne V s ', of
SÂÂmtÎM* -| r « Ä it
the taxesrercbeinv Sid 'diécl fll wh « n « nI y » «mall proportion of
kaug which
at th V ata ot several huS^SoSnTSoltoR
i- all the 10 " per c?nt - This
I he countv debts co on a* the rate of^ înd 7 aval . lab e ' lnst - a d of letting
in tho hanks at & ^
ty Superintendent and'comtf' A-Jessor^'ThA^ a,f0 the of the Conn
by County Attorney lîricS ,t nfc Li , ^ made to ' he County
the lawh^akera "«» « -ay that
missions ami'th«fe^' tw* DiStri f* 3v f**- '»» C "™'y Com
IV with the old g» S " ttÄllSf
Given a full set r.f farmer officials ai
ness ofthc County ran be entirely wiped out
also prove*that'with^he'old^ang ffinowe^b ^ ProvPn The records
another orge of spending Which wifi again WakTtlf "P 1 " wil l pl , Unge into i
county into debt. Stick by the orelent l P e . s and p,un ^ e the |
to the people. P ' y °fl* cia l s who hav^e been so true !
Of
reduced to what it
v;a
wonderful showing.
at the Court House, the indebted
in a ehort time.
proven it.
Concerning Mrs. Hunter
CALLING ATTENTION TO A GRAVE MISTAKE TV top nm-n
BER 3rd ISSUE OF "THE PRODUCERS NEWS. ( I
N
-W
ä in A - u! - s — - Ävaas test
seems"'to'^occasioi l ,ai!y P1 |mndte h the' 'truth t 'careUtwIy Ci 'f 33 - a »»""•»• fÿfc
records at the Antelope School show that MkV° r * ,n 'estigation of the
term of 1923 24, rcsi^in^ h^ lî^Hon tW« ^ .taught the ent irc
work satisfactorily/ Sh/'bad \ wSif«' 1 L' np -* hav *"" completed her
she also' has*"* splendid" recerd oi jffj »f« very sneceesf«,;
she was asked hack the ninth vnar ' ln sc!H> a ' Wls - where
OBSERVATION BY WELFARE Cî UR
Mrs. Hunter's desire for a change of work thî t_,UB u
shght vacation, caused Ivor t« täte the l.rfhl " summer by way of a
back to teaching this fall A-cordinc to tte ?^ 8t ,?J >8l f ,on rather than go
States, every citizen is luaranteMl "îdte t ih. J***' t0 "" n of '»* United
»«•S" which, of "1 '^».Pursuit of happi
wh ! °h'v P î°ï,' dc l " b in creerdance with the UwsV'hn "t'nhL W o'f h , '°
Uon C ^of îl Senati>ri a he ïr heU , evM ^e'li'as f ®k5°î l *® n '-| 0 ^herhaps,^howîn^'the*pe8L
Law of the Land aside, if he so desires. * *** ° f sett,np: the Su P r ®««e
ANTELOPE WELFARE CLUB
A Few Questions
Farmers Should
Ask Carl Peterson
f,
1- Why did you double-cross tho Johnson's after they picked you
y
up, led you, and gave you a job?
2. Why did you double-cross tho farmers after they had elected
you to office, and join in with the old gang?
3.
How does it come that you tell us you are a friend of the
farmer when you travel with
5j| elected to office four years ago.'
onr enemies almost entirely since being
w
_ . '*• Why did you not select some of the farmers or workers c.
1 their son or daughter as your deputy instead of your wife, when you
' {aow the office should be supporting two families, instead of keeping
^ the office within your own family and hogging down nearly $300 00
m month?
V
a
_ . 5 ; Wl jat have you ever done as Clerk of Court that any other
o.ucia! wouldn't have done without prating about his or her efficiency
6. Why do yon lay so much stress on your efficiency when you
SS! '' iat tae v »/> r k of that office is a mere matter of routine and
g a papers which any person of common education could do and
fri Much you have done no better than any other official, who have been
g true to us lii other things as we!!?
7. Do you think that you can go into the camp of the enemy and
then ccme to us and solicit cur votes on the grounds of efficiency?
8. Why are all the old gangsters, foreclosure lawyers ami hank
ers supporting you?
9. \vhy is it that your campaign literature is showing in ail the
mdows of the banK>, closed and open, the management of whom have
done their best to get what little we have got?
10.
C an yon come to us and say, you farmers should o'ect me
because I am a Inend of Jud Matkins, Jack O'Grady, Oscar ColUns!
Dr. . lorkan ana the society row of Plentywood, and expect us to
''"te for you when we know they are fighting ^
ah their strength, in order that they might loot the
our movement with
county?
Vvhy did you not join the Farmer-Labor party when it was
in^w ,n . 8tead ® f tl Jf ° ,d Republican party which has dealt us noth
rupts Jf mo?of"a? *** 5 ' e,r * ard by dcflation mad<> »»•>»
Why are you not satisfied with $150.00 a month salary v hen
that'amount*?* °® Ce ' y ° Ur ab,Iity WOU,d not earn much more than half
o ^'a, ^ y do yo . u not l°°h 1° your friends with whom you have
A ssociated the past tour years, the silk-stocking crowd, fo.- your snp
port. Me did not know you existed until a couple of months ago *
11 .
12 .
é How does it come that you and your wife Doilv never ~.t
I
any of our Farmer-Labor dances last winter? We know von
there v*" d | the ï iBh - br ? w societ y dances in Plentywood, wh- re even
there you do not associate with the
common people.
!•). \V hy are yon not satisfied to give up your office after having
SKd ^ ° f ver $12 '°°0 fof tho past four years, and "give h Veal
Irrend ot the farmers, who has really worked twice as hard as von
ave. and received half as much, a chance to sit in your easy position?
agent been buying printing for
a month sine© the Farmerine
16,
*.Vhy have you as purchasing |
ity at the rate of over $1300.00
get the printing contract?
the Ce
*.
17.
, „oil i J- 4 4 e \ pla,n Y h > y° u are ho afraid of Taylorism and his
so-called dictatcrship, when you will literally Id s
bankers and foreclosure lawyers in Sheridan county?
■. / an ex P'üin any difference between yourself and the
dd pohdemn vh 0 v/ent about making any kind of a promise to let
imo office and after getting in, betrayed the people who put th-m into
of file Sty? S W<>rked wl,h ,hl,se °PP» s i"S «lie common people
feet of the
g
^
f a
,, you know that the people require more than etfifi
3 man wh * " in f« «...
10.
t' 1 P° yr : u t*now (hat the farmers and workers of Sheridan
*'Tk - m7l ïfA,^v r ha i V h W ri ked V ' ilh '»« OM gang, incluffing jud
H âr w " e , pMferil ' K the eoun, A and
<■ - ' a •• o ««tance, they called on you. and when matter«
1 gÄSÄÄM
21 .
Would you if
auatr n.re one of your 'JSSt
his office, when to your personal knowledge you knew t'haï f
Sr? and aidinE and abeit ^ -teriî?&:"wS:
22 .
money, is i, SSTÄ,*© jSteS Wen Ät" 1 f " r
paid 8 to th'. S p° nnct 'ri° n 7 FJ?e why the hu" amou^of ïonTbânv
aa ÄÄ-Ä 5Ä
23. Why do you go around telling us you ar« fair v-i*i» .
s paper, the Producers News, which was thl V V^ h - ^e Farm
you to office four years ago and that you ^ve them oveT hâlf of i'hS
legals, when you know this is a deliberate lie? h " of ,ho
ft
21. Lastly, why should we vote for you when wo hav« s
own ticket, nominated by our own delegates .r,i ? It"
r - g^Rstcis and foreclosure lawyer« a man who il y À
S ladhfui to the farmers against huge ob«tnrlo« ? u? * pr °. Vtd
I YOUR friends Hied to get ton toh Ttravis and ^ Ught f ° r US when
on our
bankers.
f banks? Why should we leave o,« Hck"t and^Hce
li 1<>re your nan '°' ' vh ™ «* •»»» a real man -ike Dan Olw„ h>v"e f«»'
I
BEWARE OF FAKE PROMISES
The candidates for countv offices of S ; 1
ÄÄÄ2 ÄeTIre t'h S "»Ä
away from the facts th-^t after hhev have f ÜU r ty ; lh ey will keep
they will do their masters' biddir^g and C °^ ro1 of 'te county, that
the county for the men v/hoare haclite Wd . c ® nduct the affairs of
No, XYÂftelî d "pe"
the politician ot old, to he forgotten as socn -e man - v Promises, like
salaries and(mileage from tho county for doin g^othin^^h^K m ° re fat
to 1 ge . t . ho [ d of the county money Fishbeâ- bîviUS' m 16 u-n^T 8 hun S er '
b|age electric bills, Ray Lang looking for bn!? h . avm « hls bills allowed for
ethers of the old gang looking to «eil latter ^ sa Jcs of road machinery and
'dials at huge- profits, the tofeclosure n, ?l' |Uant, V es of read building ,
pull fake papers on the farmer t,^vet ZlT,%*? g With the bank « s
the oM altogether wishing to 'l"® h ® might haVa lef ', »'"i
'» a Queers Ne^s, so Ä y ^ ^ ™
^ OUt any one bcin S the wiser, like in the days of old tte
dates can promise economy for political rlZ / ° ,' the old Sang candi
they will no. deliver. The^ung^ hoys /Ts« te ^t ^ m3y SUre
ma
to
w. c. tHun.
County Attorney Erirte
Wagner, both candhS 7 and J - G
Attorney 0 f Sheridan Co '™*
consented to discus? 7° Unty ' have
questions at a series
1. Explain reasons for t . n?S:
nonmtorcement of the n n forcem ent
2. Give suggestions if a i quor Hws
laws more effective ' * any ' to make
to'rceüZ!, h lSï bki0n '» I- -
results? dt ls ne *ied to
l.'. Hoes the average citiv
officers in enforcing tte î 26,1 f
What officers aA ,aw?
enforcement of the laJv Spons ^ e
b. Explain in sirnpj j
en^
obr a j n
a >sist
■ /.
for
steps to be tako-, ; an RPî
cute- an offender. ° ° r<ler to
7. Explain what
to prosecution
prosecuted ?
mum 'fine* amHmnriv. mum and
andean,, offense, ^
ty Attorney'ln Ct «»
T\Z?t w aïr t 5 as
Sheriff? the (,utl <* of the
a ke the
Prose
persons are
uud how
subject
ma V they be
11 mavi
] n first,
viola
1 1, Can the present state of i
Wment be improve<i
12. 'What
ty Attor
law,
en
If SO,
— aie the duties of the r«
iney aside from til ,. 0UI1 -
and what qualifi/-»*; e ^quor
he possess ? ' atlons should
13. W'hat offi^orc
elected to office-? dei People if
15. Give your political vi
county issues aside from
tic.n question.
The meetings
lows :
teÖ«», oc. n.
18. ^ raay evening Qct.
Marsh school house—Mondav
mg Oct. 20. n °ay
Murray
views c>i
th e prohibit
on
are sch exiled
as foi.
even
house—Tuesday
school
evening Oct. 21.
Outlook—Thursday evening Oct n
Dagmar— Saturday P M rw «
Westby Monday evening 0« nf '
Reserve Wednesday evening Ôe t .
Antelope—Friday evening Oct Si
! PIen ty"'ood Saturday evSiing Noy
Lake—Monday
29.
Medicine
Nov. 3.
Each speaker will be
speak twice.
Come and receive your share of
01
evening
permitted to
advice,
SHERIDAN COUNTY W. C. T. U
Westby
■"* • "p -
morning.
Otto
returning this
d-nr fn r - d ? miI ^ epsen left Weda».
vr y h ^ f^ V> w i ere the - v will attend
High school this winter.
nf p alt f Oken unloaded a car load
C ^ rs Wednesda y morning anti
^ nt . 1 t0 Gren <>ra in the afternoon to
get three trucks.
The Birthday Circle met at the
home of Mrs. Skeels Wednesday
ternoon Lunch was served by 'Mes
dames Walter Olsen, Mrs. Roy Stage
tbnf and f aL ! !son * ^ real enjoyable
time was had.
Mr. Lybarge of the Intertvpe cor
poration was in Westby c.n badness
Wednesday.
i he Misses Elsie Jensen and Esther
►.icnzel and Mrs. Marie Tnoinp
Lie krat't i-.-uche..' of the V est bv
school went to Plentywood c.day
r 11< lay ) to attend a county teachers'
group meeting.
Ctto Enger purchased ihe little
building used for sleeping quarters
back of the Grina store and has mov
ed and attached it to the rear of his
building for a kitchen. Cap Diseth,
Austin ïvnudson and C. Donovan are
doing the work.
Misses Elizabeth Hemingsen ami
Myrtle Oak of Brainerd,
rived in Westby Monday and__
Ring at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Peter Miller. They are on their way
to Oregon. Miss Hemingsen is a ni n re
of Mr. Miller.
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SHERIFF RAIDS OUT
LOOK POOL HALLS
Rind Cache of Gin in Each of Th*e
Placed Against
Proprietors.
Tuesday night, Sheriff Salisbury,
accompanied by several deputies, raid
ed the pool halls at Outlook. He
searched all three of the pool hails
and found a quantity of beer, gin and
whiskey in all three places, arrested
the proprietors and brought them to
Plentywood, where charges were plac
ed against them and they were bound
over to the district court to await
trial, charged with trafficking in in
toxicating liquors. Charles Nau.
O. Selvig and Edward Wunderlich
were arrested. They plead not guilfi
and were released on bonds in the
sum c.f two thousand dollars each.
Wednesday night Sheriff Salisbury
raided the pool hall conducted
Andy Holm at Medicine bate
secure-d a quantity of moon and Andy
was bound over to the district ecu
for trial. A number were also a r '
rested, charged with gambling. ] _
same night Jack Duggan's pja ce '
raided at Antelope but nothing w
found.
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unfair to th*
Producers News.
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farmers on front page.
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