Sanders County Democrat (Plains, Mont.) 1909-1910, January 07, 1910, Image 4

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.a Sanders County Democrat Council Proceedings Published by 11. Frank Bowman, owner and editor, train the Arcade bil. tiling Plains, Montana. Foreign ailvertieing accepted si saute rates charged local patrons; said rates ritraisheci upon applicatiou. Application made for entry at the post- effire at Plains, MontAna, as eeond class mail matter: )tie Year . .12.00 Plains, Mont.. January 7. 1910 Will He Explain Of course, it is opitional with the board of county commissioners to give the printing contract to any paper in the county, but why that honorable body should award the work to a paper of different political faith than its members and to a higher bidder at that, is difficult to determine. The board surely did not do it on the grounds of - safe guarding the interests of the county as any member could Ainickly see which was the lower bid. If the lowest bid was thrown out on account of that paper's re- publicanism why was the demo- A7atic Signal overlooked and the Ledger selected, and why did Com- missioner Schulstad refuse to see- ond a motion or vote his convic- tions, or didn't he have any convic- tions on such an important item as it printing contract involving seve- ral thousands of dollars. His of - heal acts at that time were not very commendable and an explanation is due his constituents. Sanders County is not shedding any tears over the dismissal of Pinchot by President Taft. The ousting took place this evening. There is no other section of Mon- Aana that can (Ater , a better field for the capitalist ,and investor than sanders county. • The landed val- nations in the. county are extreme- ly conservative but they will not long remain that way, and espec- ially is this true of Plains and the surrounding country. Real estate men are daily receiving inquiries regarding opportunities here, and in fact, the entire county is at- aracting considerable attention in the eastern states. With a climate that is second to _none, splendid educationalprivileges attdr abund- ant resources for many actiiiities, this county offers special induce- ments for more capital and people for greater development. If you think Plains not a favor- ed spot, just glanee at the cold weather table published elsewhere. While other portions of the United States have been in the storm grip this valley was basking in sun- shine and pleasant days. It seems that E. 1). Peek, chair- man of the republican county cen- tral committee, is getting to be quite a personage with the board of county commissioners which is composed of three democrats. For the past few years Mr. Peek has been health officer, then the board leased the Peek farm at the exhor- bitant rate of One Dollar per year and advertised that the successful bidder for the care of the poor, etc., should take care of them on the saki farm. Why this proviso in the advertisement. Whist Party Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Ross entertained a number of friends at progressive whist. Three tables were played and a splendid time was had with the cards and conservation. Refresh pleats were served. The guests included Mr. and Mrs. Frank flarle * n, Mr. aid Mrs. Thus. Stanton, Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Avery, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Remick, Mr. and Mrs Otis Coppedge, Mrs. D. S. McLeod, Mrs. camicl Vanderateede, Ulan Grace Morrison end Jeesle Dun - ;se and R. r• ReWffini The Town Council met in regular session last Mondav,with the Mayor, 'Town Clerk, and Councilmen t‘iok, Coppedge, Dildine and Kruge- pres- ent. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved, and the reports of the town marshal the Witte magistrate and the ,town clerk and treasurer were read, re- ferred to the proper committee, ap- proved, and ordered filed. The sala-y of the Town Marshall for the month of December, 1909, amounting to $75, and his bill of !$1.00 for board of prisoners, and the claim of John Morrison for $2.00 'for work done on the jail were ordered paid. Mayor Powell stated that he would leave town during the present month for an extended absence, and asked for leave of absence for four months, which was granted him. A proposition to open a street through Block 7 of the Original Townsite, from McGowan Street to the right of way of the railroad,was eiscussed. It appeared that lots 8 and 21 could be secured for that purpose for $300 and that such street, if opened, would be a great rconvenience, especially to cattlemen, in permitting them to drive their cattle into the stock yards without taking them around the corner to the present ezitrance. It was moved by Kruger and seconded by Cop- pedge that the clerk be instructed to lay the facts before the proper officials- of the Railroad Company, and endeavor to induce them to assist the town in purchasing a right of way for the proposed street. ad also that the Clerk se- cure an option for sixty days from present owner of the property. The motion was carried by a unanimous vote. The Council also discussed the al- leged misconduct of the Town Mar- shal, George Wells, in assaulting one Jacob Myers and in handling prisoners,esriecially drunken Indianq with unnecessary severity. On hearing the statement of Mr. Wells with reference to the matter, and the statements of others - having knowledge of the facts, it was re- solved, by a unaminous vote, that in the alleged assault the said Town Marshall was not in any way to blame for the occurrence. and fur- ther, that in his treatment of drunk- en Indians and other offenders against the town ordinances he has I not, in any instance, used more force or severity than was absolutely necessary, and that it is the opinion of the Town Council that no reason exists for censuring or criticizing the said official. There being no further business the treeing adjourned. Geo. R. Ogden, Town Clerk. - 'Asa Ilaininons has a nice assort- ment of Epwo_rt_lLe_ague pins. Plains Briefs .11000 lbs. of onions for sale at John mcNiy, wi tn t o \en 81.50 jit.t. ituntinat C. R. alkley yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. John Derr were visitors from their spole farm yeeterdny. Mrs. Fay Tow ue, of Missoula, is visit- ing. her grandmother, Mrs. A. Moog, Mr. Morley, first trick dispatch:1r at Paradise, was a visitor in town Weenies. day. Miss Sylvia Miller, of Belknap, is a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Garber. Mr. Peters, • Civil Engineer, went to Spokane Wednesday morning .on bust - R. E. RICHESON Deputy State -Veterinary Anatomical Surgery and Dentistry MONTANA •••• !I. R. BLAISDELL Attorney -at -Law and Notary Public . . . * Real Estate and Ingram Offices second floor First National Bank Building ' PLAINS, MONT . .. neSS. Leave your Laundry at Wailers' barbershop. Myra T. Stead bas been appointed postmaster at Jocko vice& J. Holland, removed. C. A. Bbyinton, general foreman Canto ruction town Wednesday. Andrew Blackfoot, an Indian, NOB killed Wednesday night on the resvva- tion. A knife was used. The particu- lars of the tragedy art : not obtainable. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Plains local Notes County Attorney H. C. Schultz attend- : ed to legal matters in Plains yesterday sod this forenoon. A. E. Merchant, of the [Mains Trading Co., left for Spokane Wednesday morn log on buain. es. Haircut, Shampoo and face Massage' , for men, women and children. %Yellers' Barbershop. Mr. and Mrs McCully came over yes- terday from their home across the river and etteuded to business matters. Miss Jennie Lundgrin entertained Mon- day night in honor of her sister, who is a student in the Normal school at Cheney, Washington. Mrs D. R. McDonald, accompanied by her daughters, Miss Jessie and Mrs. Maurice Jackson. anived last night from Missoula and after a few days visit will proceed to California. Morison & Clements' pie -inventory sale proved so popular that the firm de- cided to continue the sale next week. Frank Barton, in Judge Toulmin's court today, was fined COO for violating Istate law, relating to marriage. Out of consideretion for the citikiren, the de- tails are not published. ' Billy Floyd, the ever courteous and accommodating second trick clitqattcher, spent the day with railroad friends At Weeksville Alderman Tony Zebish was In Spo- kane this week giving the officials of that burg pointers on bow to ruts mutt' cipal ffairp: Haircut' Shampoo and FRCP Mamie for Men women and children at Wailers' Ilarbershep )rtleers J. A. McGowan, President; C. W. Powell, Vice President and Cashier; E. L.\ Johnson, Assistant Cashier - - SCHOOL NOTES The big it school ettidents have resum- ed their weak under the ditectiou of Mr. W. 0. Alway. The fifth and sixth grades lost three 'of their -number during- the- holidays, Ermas and Olin Bean who have moved to Spokane and Leah Fox who has gone east. The new pictures are hung and add u great deal to the cheerfulness of the rooms. •The eighth grade are busy preparing for the state examination In Physiology whieli is to be held In two weeks. The third and fourth grades loin four pupils during the vacation on account of illness and by removal, leaving only 37 pupils to begin 8chool in the new build- ing. The pupils Making a record for attend- ance in the bilermediate department dur- of log the month beirg neither absent nor work on the N. P was In tardy were, Harry Figuhr, Luella Graves Frank ileiterline. Edward Monaghan, Clara Ohio, Gertrude Sehroller, Kenneth Stanton, Leon Taylor, GlauvIlle Carr, Hazel Courser, and Alice Taylor. Those having special honors for deportment were Erma Wagner, Henry Baker, Ruth Dougherty, Bezel Courser, Helen Stout, Evelyn Scarlet and Bona Pearsall. The first teachers' meeting of the year was held Thursday. Six new pupils have been enrolled in the Primary department. The ninth and tenth grades are to be gin the study of the \Merchant of Ve- nice\ next week. Again last week the fifth grade won. However the sixth grade is woikleg hard with the exception of a few members and on Friday the score . was even. Watch for the next report. Tuesday, Jan. 11, the Christian Union will present \The District School.\ in Averyst hall. It is a fourAct drama Interest Paid on Time Deposits More particulars next week. • Wilke Markle, tba goat king of San a A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS Accounts solicited and every courtesy extended to our patrons, consistent with safe banking nrinciples 13cortrd of Thret•tc)riki J. A. McGowan J. M. Keith C. - H. Rittenour A. Zebish C. W. Powell a McGOWAN COMMERCIAL CO Vs HOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS In Dry Goods, Staple and Fancy Groceries Gents' Furnishings, Boots and Shoes II A.:AIS 13ALCON FRESH, SALTED AND CANNED MEATS Butter, and Ens, Hay and Grain ClIASE it SANBORN'S Coffee, Spices, ,Etc. 1 , 11.4111ng A Large Assortment of Fly hooks, Lead- ers, Line., Fly Books, Etc., to select from WE IIA?iDLE EVERYTHING IN THE LINE OF Hay, Grdin and Feed -Stuff ders county, was in front Camas to -day. Ile but recently embarked In the goat industry and finds that he is going to like it. PLAINS -WEATLIER AMIN\ Following will be found the weather report for the week ending Friday 12000, I cc., 31. These reports are made by the Democrat office, but nut front govern- i tment instruments, and still be handy for reference. The following below zero marks were i t...glittered Monday. Dillon -30. Billings --22. Butte—IC. Helena -18. MIssoults-12. Kalispell -3. Havre— Yellowstone Park -10. Miles City—O0. Evaro—I5 Paradise—Zero. Deer_ Lodge -29. Thompson -4. Plains- -3. W. C. T. U. Department This department Ito coqueted by the Temperaoce Union of Plains. Etieh let• ter must be signed by the writer anti must be limited to 600 words. In pub - 1 ishing finite letters it meet be tin& r stood that the Democrat does not In- dorse nor coudetun the views express ed therein; it is simply affording a means for voicing opinions affecting the puhile . welfare. Our opinions will be found In the editorial columns. Pictnre. frames made to order by Asa Hammons. Starnge as it may seem in the light of of certain magazine articles telling bow prohibition is a farce in the state of Maine, the officers in most sections of the state seem to be doing business un- der the provisions of the no•I icense law. Five men in Waterville were recently arrested and convicted in the municipal court for keeping liquors for sale. Other cases were appealed to the superior court, the higher court confirming the decision of the lower court, and these men were compelled to pay the penalty. They had just gotten through with the struggle with the municipal auth , with a rud were beginning to breath easy agein when the deputy United States shrift and a deputy marshal arrested them anti took them to Portland to appear before the United Slates district court on the Charge of selling liquors without having paid Ow United States revunue tax. When the federe and state officials get through with these are men they wit not likely coee to continue the \speak\ easy\ business in Maine. J. J. Fischer Plains, .Montana II0rwe..54hoei1khr Blacksmith and Carriage Work Sanitary Plumbing Get an etsimate from Middleton & tlafl 1•••• ' • t• Contractors and Bnilderr Any thing in the masonry line Plains, Mont, DR, A. H. BROWN DENTIST Office First National Bank B1%14; Mains Montana Jake Meyers GENERAL BLACKS MITHING horse shoeing ft specialty 'Mains Repeiring of all kinds protnptly done Montana TOULMIN'S IMPLEMENT WAREHOUS . GEORGE A. TOE . \u N. Proprietor Everything in the line \of machinery that is needed by the Miner or Lumberman. Call and get priee. farm We also brindle Insurance and Real Estate. If you want a or town property, - como in and look over my list. It will do you gis.d. Arcade Bakery and Confectionery scintoLLER proprior., O 14 1 FRESH CANDIES, CONFECTIONS Fresh home-made bread, pies, cakes, etc., every dky F ign ey pies. te., for crpecial • sffairs. trIfieln to nertlag a .5

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