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THE PRODUCERS NEWS
»'APL OF THE PEOPLE. BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE
Continuing the OUTLOOK PROMOTER
VVhen the election returns indicated that the Nyquist, Stevens, Ben
;,e!t, howler gang had won the election in Daniels county, reports tell us
that ihey set out to paint the^ town red or something like that. '
Sul hcomett. Sammy Nyquist, Bill Stevens Burley Bowler, George Cud
hie and all of the rest of them just threw their arms about each others neck
aml cried hallelujah—just congratulated each other and their cries of jov
could be heard a block away. For had they not beaten the farmers—had they
■' ' , e,r wits .defeated the farmer-labor party. And the way they did it!
v,as suc , a . £°od joke. The had lined the church crowd up with th e bootleg-
g rs and hooked them under the smoke screen of the attack upon Tay
° r and Dan Olson. It was too funny for anything. While they were in
such mghjmks, Bills Stevens set a jeering telegram to Taylor. Sammy did
not sign it, however, though he no doubt was in on the joke. Bill should
have had Sammy take it over for the pastor to sign it too, so that all could
habeen together in on the fun as well as in on the election.
finally, it is said, the celebration got a little too rough for Sammr
so be broke away from the crowd and waddled home. 7
AT i neX o day Samm y looked sad.
Maybe, Sammy's conscience is troubling him?
i ..OP! ES PUBLISHING COMPANY, PUBLIHHFJt
Entered as Second Class Matter, October 18, 1912, at the Post
dike at Plentywood, Montana, Under the Act of March 8, 1879.
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Published Weekly
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1924
SCOBEY GANG CELEBRATES
THE WHEELER TRIAL
The show down on the Wheeler trial will occur in December
telTit loathe 1 Judge eXt term ° f Federal Court at Great Falls that Bertie wil1
During the summer the Senator had been confiding to a sympathetic
fho frameuï but thit^b 6 "f® ^,7 for a trial 80 that he «Sd expose
trial S Sn il u fV , Vll . e republican corruptionists wouldn't come to
Inal, but wanted to hold the indictments over his head, just for their ner
sona! amusement, and to bedevil a great champion of the people in their
It
same time, he was
trial as long as pos
designs to destroy him politically, while at the ■
really doing every thing that he could do to stall off the '
si ole.
It w r as a great play.
Wheeler is chuck full of such bunk.
But the junior senator will, no doubt, enjoy returning to his home'
A ate for a few days. He can swagger and brag about ratting that arch
reactionary, Walsh back into the United States Senate, to asfist SmoSs
and Watson look after the interest of the Standard Oil Company at the
natuma! capital, and also about the work he did in cutting theheart out of
ihe Parmer-Labor party and insulting and betraying those who have put
"Äw betrayal of ,he ' woridn " people and bank ™£
Wheeled mÄÄff ^ WiJsh wil1 ■»
LikeJy Wheeler will turn to those whom he has betrayed for
and aid—that's his style. y
rv But , tr f\ e } the traiI behind Wellington Rankin
Dixon and the rest of the fakirs into oblivion
The trial at Great Falls will tell th e world
about the other side of B. K. Wheeler.
It will be an eye opened to many good people,
senator to private life. H
If it does, it will be a fitting retribution to him for his betraval of thp
working masses of Montana in th e past campaign. a yal of the
to defend
sympathy
and Joe
lot of interesting things j
It may retire the
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DOOLEY ITEMS
Edwin LaBatte left for Moose Jaw
Sask., Tuesday where he- expects to
spend the winter.
Peter Larson purchased a
truck from Al Eaton Monday.
Quite a number from here attended
the wre-stling match held at Plenty
wood the 11th.
Joe Olson and Mike Massy are the
new proprietors of the local cafe, for
merly owned by James Clausen. •
Mr. and Mrs. F. M, Ehrmanntraut
have moved back to town and are
Ford
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spring.
Services \v»re held Thursday from
the Lutheran church and interment
was made in the Plentywood ceme
tery.
The little boy leaves three sisters
and a little brother. j
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Evening warship at i:45 0 clock.
Wednesday evening at 7:45, prayer
meeting,
RAYMOND CHURCH
Preaching services at 1:30 P. M.
Sunday School at 2:30 P. M. !
, , " a , rs ? m i
bundajr School at 2.15 P. M.
Preachmg Sennces at 3:15 P. M.
A cordial welcome to all. J
GYSIER BOY
PASSES AWAY
Arnold Gysler, the three and a half
year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Gysler of Plentywood, died on Tues
day, November 12th, after a linger
ing illness of several months. The
little boy had never recovered from
the measles which he contracted last
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
Max O. Siewert, Minister
Sunday School at 10:00 A. M.
Morning Worship at 11:00 A. M.
Young People's Meeting at 7:15
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now living m the Decker apartments
David Eaton has been assisting Mr.
Lorby at the local bank the past week
Auctioneer Murray was in town on
his way to cry the Alex Uequhart
sale. A large crowd attended the
sale m spite of the cold weâther.
Georg© Stifler left for Livingston
to visit relatives and secure work for
the m rr, fl *
Otto Steiner came up from Crosby,
N. l). to lok after business matters
here -
All the news, all the
Producers News.
time, the
CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
Church School at 10 A. M.
Morning Worship at 11 A. M
Young People's Meeting at 7 P. M.
Special morning services this Sun
day, Nov. 16th with baptism of in
f ants and others, the reception of n-w
members into the Christian life, and
Communion for all Christians who de
sire to partake of the Sacrament with
It is also Father and San Sun
day it is earnestly hoped that ALL !
Fathers and Sons will attend Service I
Together . j
Comi ng! The sumptious Supper '
™V r n \ en are ' ffomg to put on next j
• ursday evening, Nov. 20. No one |
com umty will want to miss I
Vj? b *f . e V en L°^ ^ be year, for yoih
1 Iwiee the worth of y*aur mon- j
f y at tb e eats and in the novelity of.
;the aftair. Watch for signs of the
time place, and clever ideas. COMEM
AT DOOLEY ' i
Because of car toub! e I was un
able to get clear to Dooley last Sun- 1
day but if nothing happens to nre- i
vent I shall be the?e foVWk?, this I
coming Sunday, Nov. 16 for the v r ,i
f the 5Prmons y ' in the series ou 'C?r -°
Cib ] e ." Bring a friend Uur
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p agt M t f n p „ |
entertains! -.t .. v ° f C w i E - ;
cveniîit at the Fknn . Wednesda y
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of the Eastern Star,* a delightful 3
course dinner which
all present.
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was enjoyed by
A PENMT^ wends
j Th« Antelope Independent last week
, suspended publication. Tlhe printing
! contract which was held by the Inde
pendent was transfered to the Sheri
i dan County Farmer at the last meet-?
j ing of the Board of County Coramis-i
sioners without a dissenting rote,
j The Sheridan County Farmer took
i over the subscription list, and this'
! week upon the suspension of the
j Sheridan County Farmer, the list was
j taken ever by the Producers News.
Thus the Antelope ends
j spectular career.
! Antelope by George We-atherhead.
' then it became the property of Burley
; Bowler, then it was bought by Joe
j Dolin and then was turned' over to
Scott and Bassire about a year ago
[ and about seven or eight months ago
It became th e property of the Farm
ers Publishing Company, secured the
County printing contract last June,
and passed into the great beyond a
bout two weeks ago when it was
me ri?ed to the Sheridan County Far
Mrs. A. C. Erickson entertained at
a 1 o'clock luncheon on Thursday for
the officers of Oro Y Plata Chapter
E - S. in honor of Mrs. Margaret
Kirton » trtand matron of the eastern
star of Montana. Luncheon was ser
ved to sixteen guests at small tables,
After lunch the guests accompanied
Mrs - Kirton to the train,
-
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Moore, of Lime
Springs, Iowa, arrived in Plenty
wood last Wednesday to visit at the
home of their son, A. J. Moor e and
family, for a few days. Mr. and Mrs
Moore are on their way to California
to spend the winter and stopped off
while enroute to the sunny clime.
: Mrs. Margaret Kirton, gram! mat
ron of the order of Eastern Star of
Monta of Malta made her official vis
it to Oro Y Plata Chapter Wednesday
night. Ater the meeting
a very
It was founded at
mer.
was given and delighted
rnents were served.
refresh
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FARMER-LABOR PARTY
TO BUILD HALL
(Continued from Page One)
for the Farmer-Lahor party, in fact
the only county that was not stamped
again by the wiles of scheming poli
ticans.
MEET AFTER ELECTION
Immediately after election, the pro
moters met and decided to make the
attempt to realize their long talked
Dan Olson Wins Clerk
of Court By 51 Votes
(Continued from page 1 )
ing influenced by copper.
S. E. Paul had a majority over L.
Onstad for the office of Judge of
tbe District Court of over 870 votes
or beating him in the face of a re
Publican landslide by a vote of over
to one in'the county wh^re all
of th e candidates are known
In Daniels county Onstad bv a
combination with Sam Nyquist and
Burley Bowler and Bill Stevens was
carry that county bv 135
votes, owing to the general confu
S1 <>n that Bowler created and the de
ceit that he was able to out over
Nyquist bitterly denounced Onstad
before the primaries and supported
Babcock, but in the general cam
paign, after making a trip to Glas
gow m a vain attempt to get Judge
Hurley to run as an indenendpni -
can ?e out for Onstad as did also his
political associates, Wm. Stephens
aad Sld Bennett. Burley Bowler k«pt
Sllent his paper, but marked the
sam P le ballot for him published in th e
,^ ver * n Roosevelt county,
~T*?tad had a majority of about 150,
* t £ 1 . n £ hls lead out. of Wolf Point
c l t 7 was line d up for him by
(jr€<orßre Hurd - AI1 of the rest of the
£? un , fc 7 . against Onstad cutting
hls Wo f Point lead down over 100
vote 7 7116 da ^ before election Bar
Y . S ^^ ens ca m© down from Scobey
J? ( !, bet a lot of money on Onstad
P1 . ^ as , cent taken up by
\ c.od betters, but it is sus
that Barr y was betting On
a - f ! 8 . ow n money faul had
in I be district of
vo ^fn'-i
L-T? 11 e . aB of tbe Parmer-Labor can
ldates in tb ° county carried, the two
Fa jmer-Labor candidates, L. S. Olsen
Uaf Fieor ff°.. Wheeler, for Justice of
.^1 for sp cond place, E.
Be l anskl be mg the high man by a
three ' V*** ~
lect ] <yi ^ or second place and the
U ^ ty «»"»«Monen. will appoint a
mstice to fill the vacancy after the
first of the year.
0n , fi ^t page will be found a
completo tabulation of the official
''ounty. indicating the various majori
ofthe different
a ma
over 600
Libby.—Water and Electric
pany installs new auxiliary
power plant costing % $7,000.
Corn
steam
The New President and Vice| President
Elected By An Overwhelming Majority on
the 4th of November Landslide
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V1CÉ PRESIDENT
PRESIDENT
"Cool" Calvin Coolidge
Hell & Maria" Charles Dawes
nlen ,f h ° wiil manage Ml > Morgan's Government, efficiently for Wall Street, for the
mrV4p^! ai Tii th f ey promis , e Prosperity for the railroad interests, the steel interests, and bank
' tî,» T fa ïï' e . r , and ,, w ;;rker, they say, must look after themselves, for to do anything
p ° Q ey Si , l> i 18 bolshevik. President Coohdge's specialty is keeping Silent, while Vice
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of plans—the building of a real hall
in Plentywood. The meeting occurr
ed at County Treasurer Olson's of
fice ut the Court House. The meeting
organized formally, decided to take
steps to^ build the hall, and a board
of trustees were elected, to raise the
necessary funds and to decide upon
the plans for the building.. Clair
Stoner, Ole Anderson, Hans Rcsmus
sen, Dr. Ed. York, Ole Moe, Ed. Weiss
and Sheriff Rodney Salisbury were
elected as members of the board and
they went immediately to work. Six
teen hundred dollars were pledged at
the meeting and the Board has secured
the pledges to nearly five thousand
and ,have collected a large sum of
this money. A number of the contri
butions have been in the way of
piomised labor. Plans have been
worked cut for a hall forty by ninety
fe ® t . ln dimensions with a sixteen foot
ceiling.
BUY BOURASSA BASEMENT
I he first act) the committee was
to buy the Betfrassa basement, where
i>u „- ra 5 d View hotel used to stand.
Phillip Bourassa offered th© lot and
the basement which is eight f € -et
deep theirty feet wide and ninety
feet long, connected with sewer and
water for five hundred dollars
that if the lots were taken, he would
donate two hundred ta the building
of the- hall. To construct the bast
ment would cost nearly two thousand
dollars not to consider anything
the lot and the, sidewalks about
lots. The buying of the site at the
figures mentioned was a substantial
half* tOWards t ^ ie bud(bn £ the
for
the
GYM IN BASEMENT
win C ™? i " 8 M° , plans ' the basement
"ilj C0n t3,in the heating plant,
and rest rooms, and th e main
whi >e US ? d f or a gymnasium and
and Vh q wt a -n ni t ngr room > shower
™kiî b th ^ w11 ** ^stalled for
pubhc use. On the main floor there
will be the hall, the stage and the
Tn Vf ?, nd basket bal1 fixtures.
a : lde the budding will be finished in
\ h< ï!L rock i and outside with stucco.
A fine maple floar will be laid.
COST ABOUT $7,000
i LLî® estimated that the cost for this
(lon^ lnfir W J be ab °ut seven thousand
dollars and about five thousand have
been pledged. The work will be ïo
set the next two thousand dollars
th hS n ° terS do not want to start
it e bv thi m ? Un, ? SS - they can f °r
j J . be ^ me it is finished; they
biuldinp'wh 1 a -l lebt han g in ff over the
j,. ^ . \ be . n J t is done to worry the
public with in the future.
HALL BADLY NEEDED
toilets
part
The building is badly needed. There
ls only one hall in the town and it i
not adequate. It is both too small
for the big affairs of the- town and is
not properly heated or ventilated and
nas no modern conveniences. The
ugh school students cannot have a
basket ball team because
neither a place to practice
IS
there is
nor to
play. The boys and girls have
gymnasium. It is sometimes impos
sible to get a hall for political meet
ings nnd other purpose« because of
conflicting dates. If the hall is built
it can be used for basket ball and the
basement for gym and other athletic
purposes. The dining room will be
available far ohurch suppers and other
social events. The rest rooms will be
available at all times for the use of
visitors from the farms who have no
place to go to dre-ss or to take care
of their babies when they come to
town. The construction of this hall
the way it is being planned will be
one of the be«t community moves
undertaken in the county.
no
ever
PEOPLE SUBSCRIBE
GENEROUSLY
y ,
The officers at the court house
and many farmers and the business
people of Plentywood realizing the
need of the hall and what it will mean
to the county have suberibed gener
ously. The farmers want all tb come
into the undertaking and to make it a
part of their own efort, to b e used
for the good of all without any dis
crimination. While the farmers
sponsoring the undertaking,
want the co-operation of all who
arj
they
are
in bidding up the commun
ity and the making of it a better
place to live in and to educate the
children.
Many of the- farmers and business
men have said that there is nothing
the tawn needs more than a hall of
this kind and that no one other thing;
can contribute so rr/jch to the upbuild-1
ing of the city.
Ne-xt week a complete list of the
donators and the amounts contributed
will be printed in these columns, in
order that the people- ma yknow just
wha ar e -participating in this splen
did undertaking.
From .every indication at this time
the Farmer-Labor Temple will soon
be a reality and a structure finished,
mch the city and th© county and
farmers and business men may well be
proud, and will furnish an accomoda
tion that will bring many meetings,
conventions, and tournaments to this
city of Plentywood—that will
tribute to making the town a place
where the- people will want to
can
come.
The Temple will be a splendid in
vestment for Plentywood.
NOTICE
I have the exclusive agency for the Chicago Shirt I
Co and am prepared to take your order for high grade I
shirts. Let me show you these wares before you buy. |
ALBERT FOLEY
Headquarters Ideal Cafe
RAYMOND, MONT.
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House Challenges Tom
Alley to Return Match
(C«ntmued fr*m page 1)
issued by Elwood House to Tom Alley
to meet him in a wrestling match at
Plentywood for the championship of
Montana, within 30 days:
THE CHALLENGE
1 hereby challenge Tom Alley to
meet me in a wrestling match at
Plentywood, Montana within thirty
days of the time this challenge
pears in the papers. Winner takes
all. Will also place side bet. I am
placing $50 to guarantee my appear
ance with the Producers News. I am
entitled to a return match and I be
live the public also would like to
another match between ourselves.
• challenge is made in good
faith and I believe you are a good
enough sport to accept it.
\ours for the championship of
Montana, " ..
ap
see
ELWOOD HOUSE.
»»■ 'f in' -it
Radie Doctor
HARLIN LARSON
Phone Outlook 262
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