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(From Medicine Lake Wave)
Among the late filings of candi
dates for office was that of Miss
Marjorie Markuson of Medicine
Lake, for the ofifee of County Su
perintendent of Schools.
Miss Markuson's filing was brot
about by the continued insistence
of her friends throughout differ
ent sections of the county who
urged her to become a candidate,
knowing that, if elected, she wiil
fill the office in a most creditable
manner.
Miss Markuson is exceptonally
well qualified for the position from
an educational standpoint. She has
attended the Montana State Uni
versity at Missoula, the North Da
kota State University at Grand
MÄÄ
she graduated from the Bernley,
University, which is rated among.
the highest educational institu-1.
jtions. She was an honor graduate
and received at B. A. Degree. Lat
er, after having taught in the pub
no school, of Montana sue return
ed and took a post graduate sum
mer course at Berkley.
Miss Markuson has had practic
al experience in teaching cehnnl
P B* leacmng «.cnool,
haying taught m the Medicine
Lake schools and for the past sev
eral terms has been a member of
the hieh school faculty at Stau
ford. Montana. Her success and
ability as a hiirh school instructor
is nroven by the fact that she was
^ ; f the 7
SSH
1- ° Li ri hupe rin tendeii t of
fr«rvy 0 S ^ h® 44 . 61, Huaufied
from every standpoint than is
Miss Markuson and if they elect
rionabL^cond^'lh he ff 1 *
tionablv conduct the office in the
sarne masterly, successful and sat
isfactory manner that she has
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While having been a resident of
1 Sheridan county for more than fif
teen years past, Miss Markuson,
being of a somewhat retiring na
ture. is not so well known outside
of her immediate home locality. If
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voters of the county as siie is in
1er tome community, who e sie is
*jhdl in the highest estaoia and
g re vest respect for her unusaa
coi'itv, her election would be un
a*.*nu.ua.
A \cte for Miss iiiarjtvrie Mar
kuson is a vote to tut the office
i f County Superintendent of
scH •: '& in charge of an unusually
c< • ittent and hignly efficient
oerscr with proven executive abili
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1 M:»> Markuson is the eldest
j daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. K.
Markuson, and prior to moving to
Medicine Lake, she resided with
her parents at Dooley.
(Paid Political adv.)
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Rev. M. Rhode, of McCabe, Mont.,
was in attendance the first part of
this week and delivered a stirring
gospel message. He will return be
fore the campaign closes.
Evangelical Services
Being Held At Westby
The evangelistic campaign
sored by the Mission
Westby is continuing an extra week,
closing this coming Sunday, the 29,
with three services, 11 a. m., 3 p. m.
and 8 p. m. Services are held every
night- thfe week Including Saturday.
Large delegations attended from
Appam, Grenora. Fortuna, Crosby
and Alkabo, N. D.. the largest dele
gation being from Midale, Sask.,
Can., led by Mr. Peter Hultgren,
who gave a greeting from the Bap
tist church at Midale,
spon
Clrcle at
six motion
picture cameras were required to
Photograph the lighting-fast fight
scene, that is one of the specacular
high s; .is . f r.r - .of,,
f at al l-talklng Paramount picture.
The Mighty," showing at the
pheum theatre Sunday Monday and
Th? ay jJS n . e J 2 P 9 : 3 ®^ u,y . lst -
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Gland's gang and four motorcycle
K c ® r men Hand h ® an ^ roft as , the,r
tee?^ ^Ä^krf U S' fn
the battle royal with highly thrill
also Esther Ral
ion^nd DÔrthy gr RcVifr aym ° nd Hat '
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Townsend — up — very pleasant
äv" S"hundred Sell
1 of cattle whose ownm SnS
of the Indian Creek Cattle Assocll
Ä "S." pormiued tôTnrn
I reserve, TlVestockmen were "co^pell-1
ed to douse their stock in cement
vats Hlled with a solution designed
climlna te the scab, kill ticks and
other undesirable vermin
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Helena - up - c B Denman a
member of the fedarai farm board'is
«ctoluica to MTlve ln Helona today
Montana of < Yg n ^£f.^î
Livestock Marketing Association. If
Present plans are carried through an
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AS WE SEE IT
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high-priced Stevens Hotel and
t<K>k " a P proxi, " ato jy ^0,000 a
year. He was the liason officer
between the police and the gang
sters and his telephone was «1
Spectacular Movie Fight
Action bo swift that
ways busy. The Tribune offered
$25,000 for information leading
to the arrest and conviction of
the murderer and the rival Her
ald-Examiner, followed suit. But
the noise and the shouting are
dying down and things are again
beginning to look normal in the
!!!!!_. *
The reason for this is not I
to seek. Without the gangsters
and their • playful ways there
would not be much interest in the
columns of the daily press in or
dinary times. The rival papers
fight for influence in the police
department and in gang circles,
The police high command is al
ways in close touch with the pow
erful booze and vice lords in.. Ci
cero and the North Side, heaU
quarters of the Capone and Bugs
Moran gangs respectively. The
papers must have a tipster equal
i y acceptable to the police and to
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newspapers.
gangland. There is always a
quarrel for the key position.
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The Tribune had Jingle,
has been writing short gang
stories for the Sunday papers of
the Tribune and also for Libeirty,
the Tribune's weekly child, Thru
Jingle the Tribune was on the
inside track. Perhaps he knew
too much and was bumped off by
either the Tribune, a gangster,
the police or a rival tipster for
some other paper. The Tribune
is now running the Jingle mur
der on an inside page. The Hearst
sheet still fronts it. But it is
\ clear that the newspapers have
not their hearts in the subject
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He called attention to the ef
fronfery of William Hass, who sat
behind the prosecution lawyers
looking at letters offered to them,
pointed out his interest in Wan
case and suggested that, he
would have more interest in it be- 1
^Corruption" I
Slattery hew went thru a re . !
dtal of Wanda's life which has
already appeared in The Produc
ers News - winding up his descrip
' tio n with, "What a mess of cor
motion has been finally hrnncrhf
I £the surface!" S !
"They dared not put Bruno Hass
' on the stand," roared Slattery I
"because he mfeht tell the truth
VSSS? xîr7i
3,011 can be ueve William Hass,
then you ought to hang her. But
of course vmi can't."
Then he described Bill Hass'*
m iser 5 on the s aS "If l eir
I saw a man in laborit was BiM J
he said, "when his Adam's appic
stopped running up and down he
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aS There ÄÄ
court at times during Slattery's
speech. Sometimes Wanda went
during the attornev'; *r^eh W
usually she held her 1
thru the severed train she w5S'g"
fog thru. S i
Assailed Has« Pamilv !
Bitterly assailing the heartless i
csa_ i
any more. Maybe they have been
tipped off by Al Capone to keep
a discreet silence. What a col
lection of harlots those papers
are!
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of the Hass family on the
ness
Outlook ranch, Slattery looked at
the county attorney who was
crouching against the wall behind
special prosecutor Greer, "There is
work for the County Attorney of
Sheridan County. If I had done
the things he nas done to send
Wand a Hass to the gallows or
the electric chair, I would have
immediately resigned."
A. C. Erickson was listening
with a grin to these words and L.
J. Onstad turned his big, baleful,
gnome-like eyes around the room.
Bake well continued to chew gum.
Insulted Wanda's Father
Slattery declared that Hugo
said to August, Wanda's father,
of his visits to the Hass
You aon't think that I
want your cripple. I could go
with any girl in the county,
maxing his scourging of the Hass
family, Slattery said: "Decent peo
ple will walk on the other side of
the street when they see tiiat out
fit coming.
True Greer, special prosecutor
for the State made a brief plea,
charging Slattery with mislead
ing the jury thru his eloquence.
He stated that the only charge in
volved was whether Wanda killed
her uncle in cold blood or not. If
they found her guilty of murder
she should be convicted, and if
not she should be acquitted.
Greer stuck closely to the law
in the case and made a good im
pression on the audience. His ef
forts were futile, however, as the
circumstances anteceding the trial
made any other verdict but one of
not guilty" impossible.
on one
ranch,

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approximately seven months.
"Violation* of the eio-ht-hour
Votions OI the eignt-nour
law on state highways have been
closely watched, and pickets plac
to ret evidence where there
J*
have been infractions, with the
Reeled " *
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^ o^rntn s Compensation
L. °^ nt to the ^.mandates of
the ,. B ' lll , ngs c 01 "!«" !«", your ex
"Sden^wlt^ rop^enta^S
the tradcs an ^ b ? r councils and
^ S tf. ted " dr ^ m
he . Umted M , lne Workers. These
meetings resulted in the drafting
of amendments to the present
workme n s compensation act. An
effort is betas: made at present to
sufficient signatures of
re K 1 ^ered voters to place the same
on ba ^ ot at the forthcoming
election.
urn, ,, __ ,
• .^J. et j? er we Wljl be snccessfu!
»mtiatmg our measures will not
,be known until a11 petitions have.
been filed with th<! .(
state '
,,™ Unemployment
. 71,6 Problem of unemployment
dl" ^
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i Vanced ^°, r tbe cau ses of unem
PRES. GRAHAM
(Continued from First Page)
P 0y , men4, tbe student econom
|ics know s positively that we have
enter ed the machine age Con<=e
^ ently ™P»ved machinery is to
b ^ ame for much of the curtailment
°f labor. As machinery becomes
more and more P° rfe ct there will
be less necessity for manual labor
to produce the necessities and
comforts of life. We will ho ahio
ito nrodneo »«L -
to produce more ana more With
less and less effort. What to do
with those thrown out of work
with the _'
• » ' 1 e 01 machine,
is oi grave cencerr, to US all.
Notice to Library Patrons
A number of library hooks have
been overdue for a long period of
time. In an effort to locate and
c U1> on these books, no fines
will he charged on books due on or
before June 1st If they are returned
on or before July 15th.
I shall appreciate the
of library patrons in
co-operation
Will you please note whether
have any books at home
should have been returned.
RUTH L, JOHNSON, Librarian.
matter.
you
which
SQUIRREL FOOD
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ney. Also Wagner conducts his pri
vate business in an office which
is paid for by the county and
er appears in any case of import
ance. Recently he has been dis
playing a little activity in trying
to collect debts for which he
ceives a commission. But the far
mers are hardly interested in that
kind of business.
nev
pe
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It looks like Liar S. Olson will
never amount to much as an arson
fiend. Once before he tried to set
his house on fire but when the
smoke started, Liar got frighten
ed and called the fire department,
but before the department arrived
the material for the fire and Liar
were equally lifeless. Last Satur
day as Grant Bakewell got going
with his appeal for the conviction
of Wanda Hass in the court house
the siren sounded and it seemed
that the whole of Plentywood was
on fire. Liar was sitting fo a
chair among the audience and did
not appear concerned until Carl
Peterson, clerk of court, hold him
his house was on fire.
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Liar leaped, knocking down a
couple of lawyers and a chair, fo
his mad dash for the door. There
was considerable merriment in the
court house and wonderment if
Liar would not charge Taylor, Sal
isbury and O'Flaherty with
burning of his house. They knewj
of course that if Liar got near the
blaze before it got beyond his spit,
he could quickly extinguish it with
well-directed flow of spittle. But
Liar had no need to use his lip
juice as A. C. Erickson and Jus
tice of the Peace Wheeler had al
ready put out the fire, which is
of "unknown origin." Lfo r g
should take a few hints from Bur
ley Bowler. v
A sloppy-lipped bungler
Lard
To keep his mouth dry ffod g
the!
named
it
hard
He smells like a skunk
And is always half drunk.
Along with red Oscar, his pard.
LEGAL NOTICES
MAYOE'S
SPECIAL ELECTION
HELD JULY 26, 1930
PROCLAMATION O.
TO BE
I. J, C. Storkan, as Mayor of the
City of Plentywood, Montana, do
hereby proclaim that a special elec
tion will be held in and for the said
City of Plentywood, Montana, on the
26th day of July, 1930, between the
hours of eight (8) o'clock A. M. and
six (6) o'clock P. M. for the pur
pose of voting upon the following
question, namely:
Shall the City of Plentywood,
Montana, establish and operate and
maintain a municipal electric light
and power plant and system for
public purposes and for the private
uses of the inhabitants of said City?
Dated this 23rd day of June, 1930.
J. C. STORKAN,
Mayor.
13-4t
NOTICE OP ELECTION
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
That a special election will be held
in and for the City of Plentywood,
Montana on the 26th day of July.
1930, between the hours of eight
(8) o'clock A. M. and Six (6) o'clock
P. M. for the purpose of voting up
on the following question:
Shall the City of Plentywood,
Montana, establish, and operate and
maintain a municipal electric light
and power plant and system for pub
lic purposes and for the private
uses of the Inhabitants of said
City?
The voting place for the first
Ward will be the Council Chambers.
The voting place for the second
Ward will be the Farmer-Labor
Temple.
All resident taxpayers of the City
are entitled to vote at said election.
Dated this 23rd day of June,
1930.
13-41
J, G. DEBING, City Clerk,
GIVEN
That a special election will be held
in and for the City of Plentywood,
Montana, on the 26th day of July,
1930, between the hours of Eight
(8) o'clock A. M. and Six (6) o'clock
I>. M. for the Purpose of voting up
on the following question;
Shall the contract of the City of
plywood. Montant., with Fair
banks. Morse & Company, for the
erection and installation of an elec
trlcal generating system, for a mu
fhotT-nlclpal light and power plant, in
re-^ aid CUy in th amount „ f $47.363 -
fv
the plant only, be approved?
The polling place for said election
i„ Ward No. i will he Council
ChamberB. election
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All ioT
^ Dated this 23 rd' day ol lunc, 1930.
13 . 4t j. g. DEBING. City Clerk.
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mayor's proclamation op
special ELECTION TO BE
^ 1930
T J c storkan, as Mayor of the
Qj 4y c f plentywood. Montana, do
hereby proclaim that a special elec
tlon will be held in and for said
. City on the 26lh day of July. 1930,
between the hours of eight (8) o'
dock a. m. and six (6) o'clock p. M.
for the purpose of submitting to the
Ä oa'S followmc
a "sSu"ln"?™t™ot of tho city of
j Plentywood. Montamu with Pair
^"ofô n M . 0 n ^(,,^t. < i l o(oo o'r an elec
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ings of the plant only, be approved?
NOTICE OF ELECTION
NOTICE IS HEREBY
I Dated this 23rd day of June, 1930.
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MINNESOTA**NORTHSRN POWER
company
J. C. STORKAN, Mayor.
The Board of Directors of the Min
nesota Northern Power Company
has declared the regular quarterly
dividend of One Dollar and Seventy
Five Cents (Ç1.75) per share on the
outstanding 7% Preferred Capital
stock. One Dollar and Fifty Cents
($1.50) per share on the outstanding
Preferred Capital Stock and Ten
Cents (10c) per share on the out
standing Common Capital Stock of
the Company payable July 1, 1930
to Stockholders of record at the
close of business June 14, 1930.
AITCH P. WOODSON,
Secretary.
13-tl
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed proposals will he received
by the Board of Trustees of School
District No. 21, Sheridan County,
Montana, at the residence of P. L.
Collins, Clerk of said district, at the
farm at Raymond, Montana, up to
6:00 o'clock P. M. on the 12th day
of July, 1930, for furnishing materi
al and constructing a school build
ing additional to present building
and remodeling present building, for
said School District, plans for which
are on file at the office of P. L.
Collins, clerk, at Raymond as afore
said.
Proposals must be addressed to
the Clerk of the Board of Trustees
of School District No. 21, Raymond.
Montana, and must contain a certi
fied check or its equivalent made
payable to said Clerk, in an amount
equal to five (5) per cent of the
amount of the bid.
Plans and specifications may he
seen and blank form for proposals
procured from the Clerk of the
Board of Trustees of said District.
The right is reserved to reject
any and all bids.
Signed A. B. WESTPHAL,
Chairman.
Attest P. L. COLLINS, Clerk.
Dated at Raymond, Montana
this 21st day of June, 1930.
13-13
NOTION TO BIDDERS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that th. City Council of the City of
Plentywood, Montana, will hold an
adjourned meeting on the 14th day
of July, 1930, at eight o'clock P. M..
at the Council chambers in and for
said City for the purpose of opening
and considering bids for:
(a) The erection and installation
Flour & Feed
MIXED FEED
Per ton.
$24.00
Bags Extra
horse feed
Per ton
$30.00
Bagg Extra
FLOUR
Plentywood
. $3.15
.$3.65
Per Cwt.
Sold Medal
Per Cwt.
Plentywood Milling
Chmpany
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MILLER'S
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drug store
of a powerhouse building to house a
municipal light and power plant in
an< * ^ or said City, according to
J™*"» "J ?? file
ThÜ LH.L . Debmg.
, A * Jf h an * ns . tal '
*1" nr nnl*
P ° le the C1 * y of ,
Uons ^ fiie wlth ^thl 0 SPecifica '
Clerk
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™"*t be submitted separate
î?VL abov î lte ™ s - A1 ?
^ire-ted tn U thf rlt^Vnnn n^r
9" y Council
£f ld Ci f ty r Powerhn.T*e" ' or^s/re
^ributing Syîtem " as the case
«"oaltM iut
lerk t, la ^ er ™ han t u C
l 14th day of jJiy 'mo and an bids
^compU^V a^ certifia |
chcck , for , v ^ èr cent of the
r g« »j
w «'r the° ât^in &Ct y th " 1
^V9 act sha11 be awarded to such
nSfJ' ^ ^
be returned to the unsuccessful hid- ■
ders immediately after the awarding;
: of « a ?h of the contracts. The checks'
J"? liVÎJ Vt"hTSÎv '
u "tH a contract is entered' into |
i V 1 b y the successful bid- !
;I »■ wh ^ n 4.t e said
^The sue-j
c 9 ssful bidder will be required to,
b ° nd in the amount of •
: f c u ° ] V t ^ t f^r t h| n , co " d V fo l
{J r " d ^ accordm^tl^thc
:said arawl »" 1 ^
"J '«J,'be Paynwnt of all labor
?he cîSïèn re^rlla the" rlshT 0rk '
1 reject any or all bids.
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said City !
case the
to
23rd day of June,
Notice
I have withdrawn
my name
as candidate for State Repre
sentative at the Primary Elec
tion, July 16, 1930.
C A. BORNSTEDT
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Attention!
Grain Growers
Ag soon as grain shows prom
ise of a normal crop it should
he protected with hail insur
ance.
A large number of Montana
fanners now figure hail insur
ance as a necessary part of the
cost of production.
Applications for State Hail L
Burance must he filed with the
asses tor «f the county in which
m
the grain is growing.
™ information on Montana
otate hail insurance may be
obtained from county
or from the
assessors
STATE BOARD OF
HAIL INSURANCE
HELENA. MONTANA
1
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LANDFOR sale
i 320 Acres 1 1-2 mile east^
_lir.roo.oo o, <e ™*-J" "f..<
Il *?i le ?J from Plentywood. Price *1200.00.
Lake . B A'„ Daermar - P rtc * $2200.00. 160 acres, 9 . 1 EO»***^
UaKe ' prlc « $1200.00. Ylr«, Windstorm, Kail, koto an*
F. D. MORCK AGENCY
ifH
E*tahB£l
Plentywood, Montana
Ro ha V et aside*Vuine^T £ Eri,t
Roads Day." * . w '0<w
that effect was iseu^SV«
- gover nor's office rh D y ^
chief executive mugettTn. * Ut ^
munlties use thtlr «o»
observing the day, I»
3
TOR
peoiechon
AGAINST
fire, lightning cy.
CLONE, WINDSTORM
GET a
POLICY
-IN THE_
northwestern
_ national
FOR RATES SIS "JEW
THE LITTLE AGENT
Call ar AUtm
G. G. POWHI
Plentywood
ORPHEUM
Theatre
Plentywood
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Program
for the week of
JUNE 29TH
JUNE 29-30th and JULY W
Sun., Mon. & Tue$.
George Bancroft
IN
'THE MIT
Special Added Attraction
Walter Hagen-Leo Diegal
(Golf Champions)
IN
"match mr
Wed. & Thur».
JULY 2-3
Tom Moore & Blanch«
Sweet
IN
"THE WOMAN
RACKET
JULY 4th—11:30 A. M.
Special Attraction
free show
"THE SAILORS
HOLIDAY
n
6 Subjects
1:30 P. M. to
SPECIAL SHORT
SHOW
Children 1*«
Adults 25c
Special feature attraction
starts at 7:00 R «•
HOOT" GIBSON
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