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CORN HOG CONTRACT ST ATEMENTS
Of Members of Corn-Hog|Association of
Sheridan County, State of Montana.
following is a statement of the basic information on corn acreage
, r production submitted by individual producers of Sheridan count*
i have signed contracts under the 1934 Corn-Hog Production Adjustment
" 10 am of the Agricultural Adjustment Administration.
1>r0p ' person may make a confidential report, oral or written, to the
r allotment committee or to the community committee if he finds any
here which he believes to be inaccurate.
The
fount}
statement
Signed; JOHN SHOAL, Chairman, County
Allotment Committee
A. M. HAGAN
J. J. CARROLL
West Community
Committee: A. M. Hagan, Chairman, John J. CarroTl, Jos. D.
Kowski, W. J. Bye
Community
(Acres I
I Feeder
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pecker. Joseph
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Prelje, Henry .
Bye. W. J- ..
Callahan, H. H. .
Campbell, Catherine .
farrol, John J.
ïerveny, John .
glawson, T. J.
Jronvwell, Wm. H.
Éfjbulski, V.
|)êsonia, A. L.
jnetrich, Frank .
jiowney, J- S.
Fggen, Hilda ....
ftggen, John .
Fink, Edward N.
Fitzgerald, R. P.
French, Huglh B.
ftarrick, V. L.
Greff. Pat .
Griffin, Martin .
Grove, Clarence .
Hackmann, Mrs. Wm. ...
Hagan Ranches .
Hansen, M. H.
Hattwig, Joseph .
Hendrikson. H. M.
Hotfart, Fred .
JR-Hatz, Albert .
Hollatz, Wm.
Holtan, Martin I.
Hunter, Henry .
Johnson, A. J. A.
Helm. Fred .
Hi si er, Victor .
Knudson, Christ .
Kowski, Jos. D.
Ladd, John H.
McCall, D. J.....
Wann, Roy W.
Melle, Kasimer .
Moe, Emil .
Munson, Harold B.
Nickerson, Elmer ..
Dlson, Adolf ..
Olson, Oscar ..
Ordahl, G. J..
Potter, Harley E.
Riba, A.
Riga, Ole .
Kuegsegger, R. W.
Salisbury, Rodney .
Schultz, Oswald .
Btoner, Ray .
Wagner, James G .
Weiss, Wm.
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East Community
Community Committee: John Shoal, Chairman, P. C. Petersen,
J. P. Olsen, John S. Miller
H I Feeder
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Anderson, Chris .
Andersen, Clifford .
Andersen. John B. ..
'Andersen, Otto .
Andersen, Reinhardt .
Ator, Albert O.
Bakken, Andrew .
Boe, Ole .
BoLtad, Kinley E.
Brensdal, J. O. .....
Bronteson, Lester .
Brinkman, Jens C..
Urock, C. R.....
Buchanan, Ralph .
Buslh, Fielding .
Carlson, M. C.
Christianson, Oscar G. ...
Clark, H. W___
Connole, M. A. ...
Danielson, John .
umninek, Won.
FJvsaas, Andrew ..
Ungelke, Albert .
F-anke, Geo. B.
Fransen, Sanford J. .....
Fredriksen, Fred .
French, Frank ..
Greene, Mrs. Etban M. .
Grothaus, John ..
Guenther, Beat R.
Guenther, Harold .......
Halvorsen, Ole ...
Hancock, Artow ..
Hancock, James ........
Harshbarger, J. E. ..
Henke, Fred ..
Henke, Henry, W.
Henke, Jules ..
Heppner, H. O.
Hilliard, B. H..
Hjort, Dewey C. ........
Hof felt, Frank M.
Jensen, Chris ..
ïensen, J. K.
Johansen, Soren .
Johnson, John P, .......
Johnson, Victor E.
Kaae, Jim ..
Rampen, Ole K. ..
land, Enoch .
Larsen, Hans H. ..
Larsen, Lars ...........
Lien, Mons Monson .
Lundberg, Christine ....
Mack, Peter. D.
Jtotawx, Hjahner ....
Melby, George ..
Miller, John 8..
Myars, Lon .
Nereson, Nina ..
Nielsen, George .....
Niederhauser, John .
Norbo, John ..
Nordhagen, Arthur .,
Nordhagen, Ted ....
Nyhy, Jens .........
Odegard, OJe .
Olsen, J. p. .
Olson, August ......
Onstad, Clarence M.
O^sa, Henry ... „ ..
Paulsen, Niels C. ...
Petersen, P. c. ..
Rasmussen, A. A. ...
Rasmussen, Elmer .......
Rehmer, Adolph G .
Reimers, W ...
Rice, Reuben .
Bhively, M. C.
ShoaJ, John .
kaith, M. P.
Borengen, A. W. ..
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IN PRIMARY
(Continued from page 1)
Campaign Costs Money
Any election campaign costs
money. Especially this year, wnen j
all candidates, whether they file 1
for the primary election or for the '
general election only, have to pay
filing fees. The cost to file the 11
candidates of the farmers and the !
workers amounts to more than
$170. This sum has been paid, but
more than half of it had to be
borrowed and has to be paid back i
All Communist candidates are
soon.
poor farmers and workers. This,!
of course, means that they aire I
unable to pay the exhorbitant fees
themselves. The Communist Par
ty, a party composed out of work
ers and farmers, 'he poorest and ,
most exploited strata of humanity,
has no big treasury with which to
p or
pay foir election campaigns,
these reasons, the Communist Par- 1
ty states, the party has to rely on 1
farmers and workers to finance its
struggles and campaigns. 1
Th e PlentyWood Section of the |
C. P. is circulating the collection
lists that s+ate as follows:
1
Take Y/our Choice
If you are satisfied with prom
ises of all kinds you should sup
port the Democrats, Republicans,
or any other party. If you are
looking for a soft berth, for special
individual favors—vote for and
support these parlies and MAYBE
you get what you are looking for.
WE promise you nothing but a
relen'less fight. If you need
drought relief, struggle for it. For
the protection of your home, your
tool and equipment, for relief and
unemployment insurance you will
have to fight. This fight will
never end until the farmers and
workers, the producers of all the
wealth, will possess and control all
the wealth. We have nothing
easier to offer you- TAKE YOUR
CHOICE.
u
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(follow the names of the candi
dates, Ed.)
Eveuy election campaign costs
money, much more than these can
didates can spare. We don't beg,
ask you to support this fight.,
_. Communist Party u - s -A-j
Distnct No. 11, Sect. Plentywood
The election committee of the
party states, that all the funds
taken in through these lists or
otherwise, will be publicly ac
counted for. *
<<
The following men and women,
the candidates of the COMMU
NIST PARTY, stand for this fight,
<<
we
U
Herald Spreads Rumors
In order to confuse people and
to destroy the rapidly increasing
confidence of farmers and Workers
in the Communist candidates, the
Plentywood Herald, the official
organ of Roosevelt and his Main
stireet supporters, is spreading
slander and malicious rumors
about these candidates.
In last week's issue the editor
of the Herald states: "But the
Communists like the Stalwart Re
DUblicans, are having their diffi-,
mlties too. No sooner had their
list of candidates been agreed upon
than one of their number refused
to accept the endorsement. Mag
nus Danielson, prominent Dagmar
farmer, who two years ago was 1
Communist candidate for county j
commissioner, said he would not
oppose Niels Madsen for clerk
and recorder. It is also understood
that one of the candidates endorsed ;
for the state legislature would not
accept.
»
'
None of the^e statements are ;
true. Magnus Danielson has filed
for Clerk and Recorder on the |
Communist ticket and he as well,
the party is confident that he
will beat Niels Madsen in the cam
paign. Magnus has never definite
ly (refused to run on the C. P.
ticket. At a mass meeting of
farmers of his own community he |
stated that he would rather not ;
run since he was convinced that |
there were better men than he j
who could score a victory.
The farmers at this time sug
gested Alfred Jensen as a candi
date for clerk and recorder. At
the meeting Alfred Jensen did
neither say yes or no to this
nomination. It took him long to
make up his mind. He finally re
fused to run for the particular of
fice. It is expected that he will
make public the reasons for his re
fusal.
What the Herald "understands"
regarding a Communist candidate
for the state Hgeslature also lacks
the slightest basis of fact. How
ever, we understand that the Her
ald will continue its misstatements
and lies in order to defeat both
Communist and Republican candi
dates.
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Sorensen, John .
Sorensen, Sam -.
Sparling, Harry ..
Bteinberg, Rudolph (Est.)
Steipike, E.
Stephan, Rudolf .
Storkan, Rosamond P. .,
Stringer, Prank D.
lax,- Fritz .
Thompson, James .
Timbrel, W. D.
Totdahl, A. O.
Tylor, W. C.
Waist nun, Ernest G. ..
Weer, Robert H.
Williams, Elbert'-.
WHlumsen, Chris .
Winter, Chris ..
Brinkman, Carl _
Kämpen, Engebret_
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RESERVE
■ I ,
Members of the Dramatic club
held a six o'clock dinner last Mon
day evening.
The new town well which Os
mund Estenson is sinking on the
town hall lot is do'wn about sixty
feet and all cased up but a satis
factory flow has not been struck
so far.
Mrs. Lund entertained a group
of local ladies at bridge last Tues
day afternoon,
an d Mrs. Hans H. Larsen
and Andrew were Williston shop*
P 018 ^ as t Wednesday,
Two more cars of hopper bait
were set out here last Wednesday,
and today the entire shipment was
distributed.
Bill Rucksaker of Outlook was a
business caller in town last Wed
nesday afternoon.
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111011 and a half of rain last
Wednesday and Thursday Was
life saver here,
Miss Helen Madsen left for Dil
lon to continue her studies, last
Thursday.
Mrs. Giboons entertained the
Town-Country Bridge club last
Thursday afternoon. High sco»xe
a
was won dy Mrs. Carl Angvik.
lia F M ugk, who has been seeing
tiie worl<1 the past year, returned
f° r a short visit last Thursday eve
nin *' He has a i ob near Saco and
realrne d to it last Sunday,
Jimmie Connole who is em
ployed at Havre with the Buttjrey
Co., spent Sunday at his home
here.
Bruce Henderson is nursing a
sore arm. He offered his services
to a couple of struggling dogs
<>arly last week and direw the fire
of both.
Viola Everson returned to spend
the summer holidays at her home.
She has been teaching at Columbia
Falls the past term.
The dance Saturday evening in
the school house 'which
sored by the Dramatic club
not a success, pgobably because of
other attractions in the vicinity.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Walker and
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Halquist
leaving this week for Wisconsin,
where Mir. and Mrs. Halquist plan
to make their future home. Mr.
and Mrs. Walker will continue
to Michigan. A number of parties
were given in their honor duiring
, the week. They have made their
, hom€s here for severa , yeaK ,
Laure Petersen of Dagmar is
• spending a few weeks at the Hans
( home.
j Harold Everson made a trip to
g avre j ag ^. Wednesday.
Miss Hazel Sonstergaard, West
by> ig 0 f Sylvia Jacobsen
this week. Kenneth Beekman of
Minneapolis is visiting his aunt,
i
was spon
was
are
on
Mrs. Evenson this week.
Gladys Allert who has been
visiting her mother, Mrs. (5ros
gur'h for the past month, plans to
return to Chicago the last of this
week.
Ted Murk and Kenneth Beekman
drove to Glasgow last Sunday to
visit the site of construction ac
1 tivities.
I
Perl Mooire returned to town last
Friday evening. He has had his
1 car repaired after the wreck last
j spring and it now looks as good as
new.
The show held in the hall Mon
daw evening attracted a fairly
i large cnroWd which was well pleased
with the picture. A show is pre
;
sented here each Monday evening
a traveling showman who has
a mac hine and carries a good grade
0 f pictures.
Nominating petitions for Hans
H< La rSen fo|r delegate to the
gt a te convention for ratification of
Twenty First Amentment, are
] 3e j n g circulated here, and over a
kundred endorsements have been
secured. Copies age being circu
lated at Dagmar, Medicine Lake
and Ontelope. Mr. Larsen is one
0 f the most prominent citizens of
Reserve, an extensive farmer, and
The Great Northern hopper bait
spreader passed through town on
Tuesday morning, spreading bait
along the right-of-way. The ma
chine is a converted weed burner
with two seven-inch pipes dls
he will present the predominant
sentiment of the people of this
county at the Convention.
placing the perforated pipes used
to blow gasoline for the burner.
This machine spreads bait over the
entire right-of-way, the length of
the branch in one day.
C. R. Cole of the Victoria Ele
vator Co. arrived in Town Tues
day morning to make the annual
check of the local Victoria eleva
tor.
Dora Johansen of the Dagmar
country was a caller at the Fred
eriksen home here Monday afteir
noon.
Several couples from town drove
oat to the barn dance at Frank
French's last Saturday night.
Ed Christensen has secured em
polyment at KaTispell and plans
to leave Wednesday morning to
take up his work.
CJ I
Reseed Grain Fields
With Forage Crops
ill
and
of
and
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Contracted Acres are Released for Planting
of all Forage
Cane-Sudan Millet
(WHERE AVAILABLE)
Sow on basis of 10 to 15 lbs. per acre according to stand of
wheat — the extra tonnage will be surprisingly great — the
quicker you seed the better—but profitable planting can be
done up to July 10th.
Where Ground Is Plowed Plant Fodder Corn
GOVERNMENT RELEASES CONTRACT'D ACRES
You may mow plant any forage crop on wheat fields already
contracted where stand is poor or crop certain to be light.
SEE YOUR VJC DEALER NOW
There is a general shortage of forage crop seeds but there is
a V-C dealer in your town Who has or can get seeds for you.

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be proud of. For twelve years a world's best seller—
that's tiie record of this regulation Remington Port
able. Retails at $45—is built to give a lifetime of
service with a minimum of upkeep expense. Twenty
eight new annual subscriptions takes it home abso
lutely free!
Free Typewriting Course With
Each Machine
We have made arrangement« with the Remington Com
pany for these machines. All you need to do is get the
specified number of subscriptions paid in advance,
When you turn them in at this office you will get your
new Remington Portable without a cent of cost to you.
No Chance Contest—You Know Just
What You WiU Get
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The Producers News
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COMERTOWN
Alpha May Rasmussen is quite
with the flue and as her mother
brother are also under the ca^e
a doctor at Plentywood she is
staying with her aunt, Mrs. Jergea
Jergenson.
Andrew Espen, Prank Andersen
Bennie Carson were Plenty
wood business callers last Friday.
good rain visited parts of this
community last week and another
came the morning of the 4th.
Roy King, Adolph Johnson and
Arnold Hanson are cementing the
basement of the house which Mr.
Hanson had moved in from the
country.
Mrs. Clara Trowbridge and chil
dren and Mn-s. Mary McKennon
visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Johnson, Saturday and Sun
day.
A baseball game was played on
Sunday between Antelope and
Comertown. The score was 16-6
favor of Antelope.
Long and Short
Distance
Hauls
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Dagmar, Montana
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Extra Mileage:
ow motorists need no
longer waste money on
cheap "bargain-built" tires.
No more shopping around. We
can give you genuine AA Qual
ity Goodrich Cavaliers at
startling low prices. Think of
getting this big, extra-sturdy
tire at such a price... a super
value tire specially built to
give thousands of extra miles
of wear.
Come in and let us show you
this amazing tire. See for your
self how rugged it is
much safer the tread..... what
remarkable long life is built
into it. Better yet, put on a set
and start saving money right
away.
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