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-■ tf m :*• •: là % ■■■ : A Northern Candidate For State Superintendent Of Public Instruction Miss Ireland attended public schools of Minnesota and graduated from advanced Latin course in Minnesota normal; received bachelor's degree from University of Montana and Master's degree from Columbia Un iversity. She did her last profesional study work at Columbia studying adminis tration and financing of leading school systems, spending some time in the field investigating systems. She is a native American of Scotch Presbyterian ancestry. Now city superintendent at Havre. Pol. Adv. paid for by Elizabeth Ire land. ;> 1 f Justice, untainted by politics, unhampered by delay, for high and low Mlles J. Cavanaugh of Butte Republican for Associate Justice Four-Year Term Pioneer of Montana Thirty years active practice of law. Member 17th and 20th . Legislative Sessions. Special Counsel City of Butte 1921 1923. President Silver Bow County Bar Association. Political Adv. Paid for by Müee J. Cavanaugh Vote On July 17th For E. E. "ESSE" ESSELSTYN Republican Candidate for State Treasurer ! I 11 I I \ I I I I I I I ? 11 ; I I I I I I I I I I I I I I m A* Sgri. m m MSÊm m i i m ? # W ■ v# A A Register U. S. Land Office, Billings, 1906-09, appointed by President Roosevelt. Montana State Treasurer 1909-13. Now engaged In farming, stock raising, and developing farm properties. EXPERIENCED— EFFICIENT Authorized and paid for by the Kaaelstyn-for-State Treasurer Club Glacier Park may be extended the westward to include Whitefish lake. Republican Nomination FOR SECRETARY OF STATE . \E\ J. Frank Cone . Resident of Montana 45 years. Member of Ninth Legislative Assembly, U. S. Surveyor General for Montana, State Senator and Secietaiy of the Senate. My platform : Rigid and exclusive attention to the duties of office, having in mind that I am responsible to all the people all the time. (Pol. Adv. paid for by Cone-for-Sec'y-of-State-Club) I I I—iMMWtt—**************** 3 QbHM> Wfftmt—tHtHHWW>W»**MW*H*—***Wt**WmH**MW*>***t******—********************************** WASHINGTON GOSSIP By LAURENCE TODD. Fed. Press. : i Washington—(FP) — While Presi dent Green of the American Federa tion of Labor is sitting tight on the political lid, postponing any state -1 ment on the two capitalist presiden tial nominees and their platforms un-:f til after the meeting of his executive ! council at Atlantic City on July 31, the rank and file of trade unionists are lining up "on their own." Some few, anxious to hasten human evolu tion, will line up on the left, with the Workers' Party, for socialism through a dictatorship by the workers. A larger minority, convinced through a dictatorship by the workers. A larg minority, convinced through long years of reading and discussion, will enlist with the Socialist Party for so - er cialism through majority ballot. But the huge majority, as usual, will vote for capitalism under Democratic or Republican auspices, so that they shall j not "lose their votes.'' In order that these rank-and-file | workers who like to stay in the big league of political manipulation shall I not sacrifice too much of their in-j dustrial liberty through an early and unwise choice,' Secretary Morrison of the A. F. of L. is stealing an inno cent march on the executive council, He is publishing the labor planks of the Democratic and Republican plat forms, and between them in deadly parallel the demands made on these ! parties by the A. F. of L. Th con -1 trast is not too flattering to the De mocrats, who eliminated the word 1 property" from their anti-injunction plank, but it is deeply damning to the Republicans. A1 Smith will have the bulk of the orthodox, conservative la bor vote. ». * * * * Disraeli said that ' "In politics, nothing is insignificant," Herbert Hoover is likely to find out, day by day as the campaign progresses, that his weakness in choice of lieutenants and advisers will do him more harm than the arrogant Toryism of his plat bert Work, is known by the people who were employed under him in the Interior department as a hard task master—the worst in the entire cab inet. The civil service vote is anti Hubert Work, to a man and woman. And then came the amazing selection of former Gov. Henry J. Allen of Kansas, fanatical advocate of the FROM A ROUND THE COUNTY j 1 WOLF CREEK Quite a number from here attend ed the celebration at Plentywood on Tuesday. Maxwell Maclnnes, Jr., was struck 1 and run over by an automobile Tues- j day evening. The family with a num- j iber of other families had just finish ed their picnic supper in the trees V» mile east of Plentywood and the young folks were playing around the cars when Maxwell stepped out in the road just in time to collide with a passing car. He was taken to the Plentywood hospital immediately and his cuts were dressed. He is getting along very well. While going out to have supper at the same place Zeb Garneau's car was sideswiped by a heavy Buick which shook Zeb's family up considerably. Alice received quite 1 a bruise on the face. There was con , siderable damage done to Zeb's car. i * Someone also bumped into Gordon ' Robertson's car but the damage was j : not great. Tuesday seemed to be a 1 bad day for Wolf Creek residents. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Campbell and family went to Froid where they vis i ited friends the Fourth. 1 LEGAL NOTICES SALE OF REMAINING ASSETS The undersigned Receiver of The First National Bank of Plentywood, Plentywood, Montana, will offer at public sale to the highest bidder for | cash, subject to the approval of the, Comptroller of the Currency of the United States, and to confirmation by | a court of competent jurisdiction, ; without recourse and without warran ty of any kind or character, at the McKee-Langer Land Company office at Plentywood, Montana, on the 23rd dav of July, 1928, at 2:00 o'clock P. M.. all remaining assets of the said First National Bank of Plenty Montana. and stock as wood, Plentywood, judgments obtained upon sments, less such items as may oe j paid or otherwise disposed of prior | to the said date of sale heretofore! mentioned. It is expressly under-1 stood that the purchaser or purchas ers assume payment of all liens and encumbrances on the real estate. A complete list of all the assets, so offered will be on file at the of- ; fice of the McKee-Langer Land Cora- j pany, Plentywood, Montana, at the Sheridan County Abstract Company, j Plentywood, Montana, and at the of fice of the Receiver, H. A. Streeter, j at Glasgow, Montana, for inspection by interested parties prior to the sale ? ■ . «■ ses The undersigned Receiver reserves j the right to reject any and all bids made. , , , Dated at Glasgow, Montana, July 9th, 1928. H. A. STREETER, Receiver. First National Bank, Plentvwood, Montana. to !5-t2 compulsory Industrial Court, as pub lic ^[ le ^ a " a ^ r around the world in ^^6 in charge of a "floating univer s it y ", which gained a lot of notori-i e ty. One of the events of the trip, rom bis viewpoint, was their calling on Mussolini in Rome and being pho 'tographed with the Duce. One of the WO men of the staff, a pacifist, pro - tested against this meeting. Allen re pUed in astonishment that they had been done a great honor by Musso hni. Indeed, he added, the fact that they were received at all was due to Mussolini's interest In Allen's achieve men t in establishing the Kansas In dustrial Court. He said Mussolini had informed him that he had model i et i his system for handling Italian labor, as nearly as possible, upon the j-Kansas system! i ♦ ♦ ♦ * ! Wisconsin, home of Progressives and Socialists who manage to win elections, is the latest of the states to come under review in the power trust propaganda inquiry before the j Federal Trade Commission. The forces at work to kill discussion of i public ownership, and to instill into the minds of children in school and • grown-up children a respect and rev-. erence for private monopoly, are the, same as in Illinois, New York or Ala bama. Only the names of the agents differ from those discovered in let-j ters, memoranda, pamphlets and re- j ports elsewhere. Favorite professors, ! propaganda intrigues, big money. For instance, in Wausau there is Harold L. Geisse, general manager of the Wisconsin Valley Electric Co., who writes to John N. Cadby, execu tive secretary of the Wisconsin Utili-, ties Assn., and chief inquisitor into school textbooks, newspaper policy,! etc., for the power trust. Geisse vvants Moran's "Citizen and Republic" —a high school text book—reviewed at once as to its dangerous teachings. Cad.by responds, and Geisse writes that he had taken up Cadby's report with a school board member who is ful passage in the book that deals with the judiciary. And Cadby writes to Allyn & Bacon, textbook publishers, sending them an adverse report on their "Community Civics"! whose author is R. 0. Hughes. It seems that Hughes is "socialistic"— he says a good word for municipal ownership. Mrs. Wm. Cromwell spent Wednes day with Mrs. Jack Sheridan. Kenneth Graves went to Scobey for the Fourth. Mr, and Mrs. Herbert Grant went to Glasgow Wednesday for the cele bration. Two good rains fell here Wednes day and Thursday mornings. Charles Marsh and daughters Lou-1 ise and Mabel went to Plentywood Friday to get Mrs. Marsh and Hazel. The latter has been in the hospital for an operation for appendicitis. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Maclnnes and daughters Helen and Beverly were in Plentywood Saturday and' brought Maxwell home from the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pack and family visited relatives south of the Missouri river the fore part of the week, A few of our ball players went to Redstone Sunday and picked up some players there but got badly beaten in the game with Redstone. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Campbell and family, Claude Pettie, Kenneth and Addie Graves, Mr. and Mrs. Jack j. M. Burke, Mr. and Mrs. Si Ulrich, George Noltensmeyer and James Gar neau attended the show at Redstone Sunday evening. RENDER UNTO CAESER a NATURAL RESOURCES BELONG TO THE PEOPLE I WILL FIGHT FOR CHEAPER GAS, GASOLINE, TELEPHONES, LIGHT, WATER AND FREIGHT RATES. ARTHUR G. WAITE Republican Candidate for RAILROAD COMMISSIONER (Paid Pol. Adv.) George Cudhie Candidate for District Judge 20th Judicial District Daniels, Roosevelt and Sheridan Counties Republican Ballot NiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiitiiiinatiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Qualified by 30 years' experience as practicing Attorney in Montana ■IlfllllllMailllllHlIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIItllKIH Your Vote at the Primaries, July 17 is Respec fully Solicited. Political Advertising, paid for by George Cudhie» Scobey, Montana. ----- _ _ - Now the Fourth and the Fair have faded away, And the farmers are busy a mowing their hay, . And the corn is growing and singing a song . As showers and sunshine sel,u along. Mrs. Ed. Spoklie and daughters..of Coalridge were Westby shopp 618 ** rA * da| Mrs. Rheinart Stubbe entertained a f ew of her lady friends Friday eve n ing. A iniee cattle belonging to 11JU ' gren were struck by the east bound train Thursday night and so badly in jured they had to be shot. , Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Rostad ana family spent the 4th at Crosby. Lillian Freund is visiting in Ken ' mare this week. Guida and Florence Stagebcig, Lur tis Ness and Andy Jensen spmit tfte Fourth in Regina. Thorvald Nelson drove to Kenmare WESTBY Saturday. Mrs B. Larsen and child** 6 « turned from Minot Friday. . | Irene Westlund and Lee Brooks cel- j ebrated the Fourth at Wilbston. Midale 1 hursdar. H. Hawbaker and to Crosby Wednesday^ , # :i v Mr. and Mrs. Art Berg ana idmuy were Crosby visitors Wednesday. _ " ~~ to Este van the fourth. Mr. and Mrs. Thoen and family cei ebrated the Fourth at Crosby. Mr. and Mrs. harry A™"*J* Racine, Wise., are vjsitmg the f°nn er s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louie An derson. , •» Mr, and Mrs. O. Nesten and laimiy visited in Crosby last week. Mr and Mrs. Nels ^ els0 ^ ill a " a daughter Myrtle and O. aannerudre turned Sunday from a outing spent mostly in the ushing - ; gion of western Montana. John Rohweder and family Monday for a month's vacation. o movies during the absence ot Mr. Rohweder. Paul Hultgren was a passenger to St. Paul Friday. j Mrs. Fred Bowe of Canada was j Westby shopper Monday. Mr. and Mrs. aHns Larsen ana re -— - — .. Luther^ Hultgren return 6 « irom ' , H. Hawbaker and family motorea . Melvin and Reuben Hultgren drove +v> ° TTm.v+u family spent the oFurth at Crosby, Mrs. Henry Jensen, Mrs. Lloyd Kit-j telson and Mrs, Geo. Kittleson were, in Fortuna Tuesday. . i Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bredevm and family celebrated Independence Day in ! Crosby. A farewel party was given Miss Brooks at the home of Mrs. Henry : Skeels on Sunday afternoon. Eigh teen ladies were present and all en joyed the afternoon. A delicious re past was served and Miss Brooks was presented with a leather cushion, a souvenir of Westby. Miss Brooks has resigned her position at saleslady at the Nelson Sannerud store and left for Great Falls Wednesday. Bell of Regina arrived Monday and will fill the vacancy of Miss Brooks as clerk in the dry goods department of the Nelson-Sannerud store. Chautauqua this week, beginning I Friday. , ■ Miss i L. J. Sorbey made a business trip to Outlook last Tuesday, Olaf Reitan purchased a new Essex Sedan from Ray Lane last week. Jos Clausen made a business trip to Plentywood Friday, business visitor in Dooley Wednesday. Monday, Liz Vaughn of Outlook was visiting in Dooley last Tuesday, Everett Thompson of Medicine | Lake was a jDooley visitor last Fri day. Paul Campbell of Glasgow was, calling on the trade here the first ! of the week. W. D. Dooley and son Bradley left \ Saturday via car visiting relatives in » DOOLEY Elert Strand of Comertown was a Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bye and daugh ter were Plentywood visitor* last; Missouri and Kansas They expect to be gone about a month. lT Nate Loucks of Plenty wood was attending to business matters in Doo ley the first of the week. Margaret McNulty of Plentywood was visiting at the Wankel home a f ew d a y S i as t week. ., Mrs. Anne Schumacher left Friday for Minneapolis to visit her folks for a few weeks. m ar e la^^FrYdaV^he're^he had taken his son George to the hospital to re ceive treatments for an injury c ce j ve( j j n a ball game at Radville. Mr. an( j ^j rg gtenseth and family returned from Minot Friday, where they had spent the Fourth, Quite a number from here spent the Fourth at Brush Lake, L. J. Sorby returned from Medicine L^e i as t Friday with a new Ford Sedan. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Epier of Wil liston are visiting friends in Dooley a f ew ^ays ^jg week. Mr. an( j Mrs. jj Hunter were Plentywood visitors last Tuesday, re ««»u iom, e( j anc j hardy plants, Williston Man Ordained , Minister As Lutheran Minister - ,, . Williston, N. D., July 11.—Lloyd ,JA. B. Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. N., A. Nelson of this city, was ordained tQ the Lutheran ministry here and will go to Castlewood, S. D., to accept a p as t 0 rate. The ordination services were con ducted by the Rev. David Stoeve,! p^g^ent 0 f the North Dakota dis 0 f the United Norwegian Lu theran church of America, assisted by local pastor, the Rev. L. N. Field and the Rev. A. J. Fjelstad of Ray; R ev q k. Blomlie of Epping; Rev. E. Bagley of Williston; Rev. N. | Opheim Territory Sees Bum per Crop Prospects for Year Opheim, July 11.—The outlook for a b um pe r crop in this vicinity con tinues to be one of the best in years, ^ coo i ^ry ^j a y followed by a cool and rainy June has grown deep root Some wheat has commenced heading while other fields are j ug £ rea( jy During the three or f our days of recent warm w r eather grain has made a magnificent growth. m W: w 1 : Senator W. J. PAUL Republican for Governor Senator PauT's record In the House and two terms in the Senate, proves that he knows the farmers' conditions and difficulties and has fought for the agricultural interests of Montana consistently and brilliantly. His record shows that he is independent and that he has no corporation affiliations of any kind. He has earned your support. Circulated and Paid for by Paul-for-Governor Club 1 WHY the men and women of Montana should vote for Charles H. Williams of Deer Lodge Candidate for the Republican nomination for U. S. Senator! BECAUSE: À He is NOT a politician and is NOT seeking public office as a means of livelihood or of per sonal advancement. He IS one of Montana's most conspicuously suc cessful men—a practical farmer and stockman, president of the Montana Woolgrowers Assn, for the last 20 years and a recognized authority on livestock and agriculture. He KNOWS MONTANA and her needs and problems as few men do and he believes in the protection of her industries and in the policies which will bring greater development to Montana and greater prosperity and happiness to all her people. He IS EXPERIENCED in public affairs (was state senator eight years and president of the senate) and has an enviable reputation for ability, courage, fairness, tolerance and absolute inde pendence of thought and action. He IS A MAN who in his private, public and business life typifies the highest ideals of fine, clean, bread, patriotic citizenship_a man whom every man and woman in Montana can be proud to have as their senator, a man who will be an honor and a credit to th3 great state which he loves so well. He WILL GIVE MONTANA the kind of SERVICE—capable, loyal, efficient— which her people deserve and so sorely need. IN SHORT, you should vote for "Charlie" Williams, BECAUSE € i MONTANA NEEDS WILLIAMS AT WASHINGTON Authorized and paid for by All-Vontana Willlams-for-Senator Club Aamoth of Froid, Mont.; the Rev. N. - Nelson of Williston; the Rev. Am on Johnson of Wolf Point, Mont.; the Rev. A. Johansen of Williston and the j^y. M 0 . Bybvik of Grenora. minister is a trraduate The young minister is a graduate j ! 1 i I respectfully solicit ll|ll|i:|;illllillMtll|l'.ritll|nllt(!iri| I III :| i| I your vote at the Primary Election July 17 \ pledge an Honest, Efficient Economical administration of office. Backed by four VOTE FOR and Ernest F. Lipscomb the years ac tual experience in the woik. E n . dorsed by the Republican Ccrn-en tion. Pol. Adv. paid for by Ê F. Lipscomb (13-3t) FOR ASSESSOR l■llllllM>llllllllllllllllllll|ll■lIlll|n(lllllllllll■llll'|. 11 Homesteaded near Dagmar in 1907. Employed in the Dagmar store about 10 years Vote for _ as clerk, Ass.. Postmaster and Manager.. Allred Jensen At present am farming, working as inspector for the Farmers Mutual Fire Insurance Co. of Dagmar. also FOR ASSESSOR Will appreciate your vote and support at the primary election July 17th. Thank you. Republican ticket ( 141 t) on (Pd. Pol. Adv.) ^iT| iX| iXj Ja" . Republican Ticket FOR CORONER Martin S. Nelson x 1 i Primaries, Tuesday, July 17, 1928 Your Vote Will Be Appreciated ( "FOR ALL MONTANA ALL THE TIME" . m Frank Hazelbaker be gan his life in Montana as a boy on a ranch. Later he attendee school, paying his owr way by working at odd jobs, taught school, then entered business. He has attained his present standing by earnest work, hard knocks, and faithful efficient service. He is one of Montana's best known and respected citizens. He is thoroughly fami liar with every section of Montana. He pos sesses character and qualifications reinforc ed by ability, wide training and experi ence. m m WM m awwrenwaif ^ : iffflanKi FRANK A. HAZELBAKER FOR Lieutenant-Governor Republican Ticket Give him your support. He is Fair, Honest and De serving Paid for by Hazelbaker for Lieutenant Governor Club of the Williston schools and Oiaf college, Northfield, J in jshed his theological p au j eran rheol ° 2 ic al of St Minn., studies seminary, g£ and at The Producers News, $3 a year.