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crnocv AGAIN Ai oLUBtl ! I i (Continued from Page One) Sheridan county for assault with in- i tent to kill two or three years ago for shooting a half breed Indian af- R ter a gambling brawl at Dooley, and leav.ng him in the weo ls as dt ul. At the proper moment in the f tra '* t i Stewart came forward and testified that he had shot the Indian in self ' defense. Judge Comer took the case away from the jury and dismissed it. The Indian though shot through the lungs and head, got well anil was able to be about in six weeks. ! I j ' \ made every effort to get the real dope of the Monday morning shooting affair, but it seems that everybody there was mum. One person said that Barry shot at a man but did not hit him: another said Barry shot in the? ground another that he shot in the air—hut that he did not hit or hurt anyone. Just why Barry fled the town and why he was arrested on a warrant charging him with 2nd de gree assault, and putting him under a bond in the sum of $2,000. while the others in the brawl were let out on $200 bail, is not explained, so the story saying that Barry shot off a man's nose seems to be the logical SCOBEY MUM A Poducers News reporter one. Scobey is a wild, hell-raising town. This situation has developed there since the Nyquist-Lawrence crowd formeil a political alliance with the Sid Bennett-Bill Stephens crowd last election, resulting in the re-election of NyquisT and Lawrence, as County Attorney and Sheriff, ami the run ning wild of the town since. The Bennett-Stevens outfit threw the un derworld vote behind Nyquist and 1wren ce, and Nyquist, a Sunday school teacher, was able to line up the church %ote. The Methodist min ister and Barry Stephens became* such friends, that Barry' sent him a fine, fat. juicy goose for Thanksgiving SCOBEY A WILD TOWN .. ihnner, after which the preacher ofte*i -poke a good word for Barry. Nyquist and 14iwrence have pulled off several raids at Scobey but the Stephens crowd has never been hurt they have not even been brought before the court yet, and it is not likely that they will. . It is reported that since the Ny-j quist-Lawrence-Stevens-Bennett coa illions, that Messrs. Nyquist and Lawrence have opened sizable bank accounts at the Froid hank, deposit ing their money with Sen. Schnitzler because of the soundness of his bank. MURDER MYSTERY STILL UNSOLVED. The cold-blooded murder of €arl Siegert at Scobey is still a mystery and will probably always remain one, if the activities of the Daniels coun ty authorities are to solve it. Carl Siegert is said to .have been murdered i.t .1 in room for several days and then haul- j ed to the Poplar river and thrown into it, being found several days lat er by school teachers who w'ere out for a walk. The- remains of Siegert were re covered but no real effort ever w T as made to bring the murderer to jus tice. In fact most people believe that both the County Attorney and Sheriff of Daniels county know exactly who foully murdered Carl Siegert and could put their hands onto the mur derer if they wanted to or they dared It is also believed that Burley Bow 1er, who is kicking up a lot of dust, is also quite conversant with the se crets concerning the murder of Sic gert. It is told as a fact that a man rooming in a .hotel across the alley from Barry Stephens resort, heard the shot that snuffed the life out of Carl Siegert. It is not likely that anything will ever be done to bring the murdere-r of Siegert to justice unless a grand jury be called by Judge Paul and a spe cial prosecutor be appointed. It is also rumored that an unknown man was murdered at Scobey last fall and the body hauled out into the .hills and buried in the dead of night. - r* to. IIGIIICmGIIIGillClllCmCHISIHClIIGIIIGIIISHieiH iGlIIOIIICIHCniOIIIGIIICIIIGlMGIIIGHIGIIIGHIGHII illlCliiPIHCHICItl 3>II3IH3III3III3UI3HI3III3 «h: II1ICIIICIIICIIICIIICIIICIIICIII ICIMGHICIHl y y y y y y y y r y y I y g li ✓ SALE y m IS NOW ON AT y y y y 1NGWALSON COMPANY, Inc PLENTYWOOD MONTANA l •9 % 1 / 9 Much seasonable merchandise has been placed on sale during July to make room for our Large early this season. We will continue to put out new bargains during the entire month of July. iBlllIl.llIl.IllMIlkllIl.IllMllHllWIÏPnil.lili.iliMlll.llll.lllkhlMllHlll-IlIFIIIl-Illisiillslllfcili Fall Stock which will arrive Come and see for yourself. 7 l ! B Bilil*mi»lli]rIllrilIhIllhliMlkllli»ïïn 4 MMiiunuiTg 3IH3III3UI3IIIQIII3I IHI0IHgill3IH3Hl3llt3HI3lll3ll»3lll3lll3HI3 lll3IM3HI3»ll3lll3ill3IH3»H3l»l3HI3lll3lll3lll3>H3 HI3 1 H 3 II 13| [»)|n>ml«HII3Hgl Many citizens of Scobey feel that the time has cc,me for the Attorney General t<> Mt in Daniels County. Sheriff lAiwretice has been a pretty tame sheriff since a couple of years ago when Barry Stephens stuck a gun aganst his belly and spit in his face, while he and Nyquist were raiding Since that time, Barry, moonshiners L R „ rrv *„ nlnrp • has not bothered th h he raids lonely . who have not friends nor enough stamina to spit in his face. Burley Bowler, the Canadian citi zen, the noted Scol>ey gambler, news paper man, publicity man for the Bennett-Stevens crowd, is doing his best to whitewash the Scobey situa tions, and justify the terrible condi tions existing in that town, but ev erybody at Scobey feels that sbme thing must be done there at once to cu t short the reign of murder and terror at Scobey, if that village is ever going to .recover from the repu tation it now has. Wildwood Park Bottling Works Own i NEW ENTERPRISE (VUC inJ a. Has Fine ed By Harry DeSilva Equipment—Buys Scobey Plant. One of the infant industries in Plentywood with which the general public is not familiar is the Wildwood Park Bottling Works which is owned and operated by Hqrry De Silva, The plant has been under construc tion since spring and has now reach ed the stage where it can manufac t ur e 100 cases of pop a day. The machinery for making the dif ferent brand of soft drinks is right up-to-date and M. DeSilva only re cently added to his equipment, the machinery belonging to the plant which was to have been installed at Scobey this spring, thus giving him oportunity to turn out a maximum quantity of the different beverages eac.h day. The Wildwood Park Bottling Work. expects to supply the Great Northern branch line and the Soo line with soft drinks almost to an entirety. Mr. DeSilva states that h e can turn out a? good a pro( | uct as the best on the market and that >he intends to deliver by truck to Raymond, where it will he delivered along the Soo line bv train. The Wildwood Park Bottling Works -will no cloubl receive the full patrou age of the buying pubHc In this part c f Montana and it is safe to say that M r. DeSilva will have his large* plant working to capacity the greater share n f the time The W. C. T. U. will hold its regu n'Ww me e Ü Tip nwrt Tuesday, July 14th. j at 8 p, m. in the 8th grade building, All members are urged to be present, Non-members are always welcome to our meetings, The bake sale netted $19.63. The following articles of clothing were sent to Mrs. Dr. Lugg, Mt. Ver non, Indiana, toward the relief of tornado victims; 17 suits underwear, 6 house dresses, 1 voile dress, 1 linen dress, 3 children's dresses, 4 child ren's waists, 2 pair children's hose. 1 nightgown, 1 child's bloomes, 1 child's kimona, 1 child's coveralls, 1 child's petticoat, 2 baby dresses, 2 blouses. 1 lady's silk skirt, 6 pair shoes. 5 boys' caps. Please remember our next meeting and come. MRS. C. G. CHRISTIANSON, | District of Sheridan County, ; tana, that any stock found running i unlawfully in the said district, will ! be taken up, placed in the pound ( yard, and dealt with according to 1 law. Patronize the home advertiser« and keep your money in the community. W. C. T. U. NOTICE NOTICE Notice is hereby given to all those running stock in the Reserve Herd Mon CARL HOUE, Secretary. Reserve Herd District Organization. 12-3t «TÏÏRTÏÏ nicmcincniGÏÏîi mcincmc»» imamainàinams] ue T K»! L> 111 n i MI » » « j « « » n > » ♦♦ ♦♦♦♦ ♦ ■! » Hh, y 1 y y • * * y I I v ANNOUNCING 2 I • - î * > I Change of Management of o * ** • • Kavon's Garage o ** •r # x I î A : X X X ö; Announcement is made that the Kavon Garage, formerly owned and managed by Joe Kavon, changed hands on June 17, when Mr. Kavon disposed of his interest in the garage to Mr. B. Tra wicky and Mr. Stanley Palubicki, and others, and that the man agement will henceforth be in the persons of Mr. B.Trawicky and Mr. Stanley Palubicki, who will extend to the numerous patrons of the garage the same courteous and expeditious service in the future that has characterized the Kavon Garage in the past. J' \m y y y à ❖ ti * t •? y y V V ❖ y f * ♦ * y V t y i U y v y fgj' ' y * V y t y The office and sales department will be under the management of Mr. Palubicki and the repair and service department will be, as in the past, under the supervision of that master mechanic, Mr. Frawicky. ! y y 4 * ♦ D y j y V The agency of the Willys-Knight, Overland and Star cars is continued, and a complete stock of cars will be carried at all times, thus assuring quick delivery to the purchasing public. I y t I he Kavon Unequalled Repair Department that has grown more and more popular with pasing time as evidenced by th steady increase of customers and business, will continue as usual with the •ame crew, with an additional mechanic, under the supervision of Mr. Trawicky, known fa miliarly as y i* y "Mutt." 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