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'Thursdaq, October 310, 1834 THE FLATIOCAD 000Z111311. Poison, llentami Charlo Items The Woman's Club attended a coun- ty federation meeting at the North Crow creek hall last Saturday. Charlo was represented by Mesdames Fryber- ger, Erwin, Sandford, Allred and Miss Wells It has been announced that the Char - lo Beet dump will close October 28th. The few that has contracts still open will haul their beets to Ronan. Miss Helen Borgstede, now empolyed MI! in Missoula, spent the week end with her folks Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Borg- stede. Miss Esther Cramer accompanied her. Rineald Felburg and Emil Beaver of Fort Peck spent a few days in Charlo last week. Mr. and Mrs. James Hendrickson were Sunday dinner guests at the John Foy home. The Charlo Ladies Aid have an- nounced that they will serve dinner on election day, November 3rd, in the basement of the new Methodist church. The proceeds are to go to help finish the church. Everyone is requested to attend. A large crowd attended the Masquer- ade dance in Charlo Saturday. Clarence Evans received a prize for having the best costume. He was cleverly disguised as a woman. George Wamsley, jr., and Bud Blankenship motored to Butte Satur- day for the football game. On Sunday they attended another football game in Spokane. Glenn McCollum and Phillip O'Lexey (Pd. Pol. Ad) 15-22-29 To the Voters: During my 26 years residence in this lo- cality, I have established a reputation for Honesty and Square Dealing of which I am very proud. If you don't know me, ask my neighbor. A fair, square, courteous deal to all Clyde W. Weyth man for SHERIFF • TIERNEY (Wm. PO for STATE SENATOR DEMOCRAT Roy Ayers, most likely our next Governor, publicly re- quests to send Tierney to the 1 Senate. He will need him in his great program for tax reduction. Tierney, the Progressive Candidate Friend of the Farmer, Laborer and Townsend Plan Your Support of Tierney Appreciated (PAID FOR BY POLSON TIERNEY FOR SENATOR CLUI3e For -- A Farm Program for Farmers Actual Water Conservation Honest, Efficient Government WORK and VOTE REPUBLICAN The Republican party is determinedly and unqualifidly in favor of government along lines of fundamental Americanism. It condemns all other \isms including Communism or any other set of foreign notions which has for its objective the destruction of the system of government which for a century and a half has made the United States the greatest free people in thg world in spite of an occasional temporary economic setback. STATE For Governor Frank A. HAZELBABER For Lieut.-Governor HOWARD A. JOHNSON For Attorney General S. R. FOOT For Secretary of State LEONARD C. YOUNG For Supt. of Public Instruction ELIZABETH IRELAND For Treasurer F. L. (Frosty) Sorenson For Auditor GEORGE P. PORTER For Railroad and Public Service Commissioner CHAS. L. SHERIDAN NATIONAL Landon -Knox FOR U. S. SENATOR T. 0. Larson FOR REPRESENTATIVE H. L Hart were Sunday dinner guests at the H. C. Howell home. On October 2nd the Ladies Aid held a \Kitchen Shower\ in the basement of the new church. The utensils re- ceived are to remain in the basement of the church for use in social functions. On Friday Charlo challenged Ronan to a football game. The hard fought game was victorious for Ronan. The Charlo 8th grade held a Party at the school house on Friday even- ing. Each child invited one guest. Miss Wells acted as chaperone. A very enjoyable time was had by all. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Burbank and infant daughter were Missoula visitors Tuesday. E. K. Sailing formerly of Colorado has purchased the George Henning ranch. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Palmer, Mrs. H. C. Howell and Leota Howell were Mis- soula visitors Friday. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Palmer were Sunday dinner guests at the Frank Grant home in Ronan. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Vaughan motored to Missoula Monday. Mrs. Mike Gallagher returned home from Pennysivania where she has been visiting her mother. Mrs. George Wamsley, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wamsley spent the week end in Cutbank. Venna Harrah, George Wamsley, jr., and Richard Keller were guests of Reva Allred Wednesday evening. Robert Dellwo and Frank Simmonis motored to Spokane Saturday, return- ing Sunday. Alfred Hendrickson and Fern Staffon- son were Charlo guests Tuesday. Miss Lea Stahl has been employed at the A. N. McDaniel garage. A large' crowd attended the F. J. Meyers and Peter Cook public auction sale at the Meyers ranch southesast of Charlo on Tuesday. Round Butte Andy Carr of Oliver Gulch has been confined to a hospital in Plains. His clothes were caught in the belt of a threshing machine and caused him to be injured badly. Mrs. A. Weistaner resumed her teaching Thursday. Mrs. Ole Stensch substituted for her during her absence. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Kiracofe. Clarence Olson and Rose Gorsche were dinner guests Wednesday evening of Mrs. Lannon in Moiese. During the evening they attended the Republican rally and dance. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Gillon of Great Falls were here to attend Mrs. Gillon's father's funeral. Mr. Nels Richards, and Mrs. Richards returned home with them to stay indefinitely. Mr. and Mrs. Cayon of Ontario, Ore., left for their home Tuesday. They had visited at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Steve Koupal for several days. Mrs. E. S. Kennedy left for her home in Kansas City. Mo., Saturday. She has visited at the home of her sister, Mrs. Homer, several weeks. Evelyn Nelson is visiting at the home of her mother. Mrs. Vic Nelson for a few days. The hot lunch committee has em- ployed Cleo Warthen as cook for the school this coming winter. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Elmore spent Sat- urday and Sunday in Missoula visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hahn are now residing in Hot Springs. Mrs. Elmer Sandberg entertained the Woman's Club at her home Thursday afternoon. The majority of members were present. The building of a club house was the main discussion. When the vote was taken it was a landslide for a small clubhouse. After the busi- ness session the hostess served a deli- cious lynch to the members and Mrs. Glen Richards. The U. S. Geological Survey has been completed to Dixon and Irvin Werner and Henry Ells left for Kalispell. Rich- ard Albert and Robert Donnelly left for Helena. They have made their home at the Harold Haegg home while working on the project for the last two months. Mrs. Elmer Sandberg entertained in honor of her daughter. Katherine's birthday Sunday. There were 26 guests to help Katherine enjoy her birthday. A bounteous lunch was served in the late afternoon. A group of about 60 friends charivar- led the newlyweds. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tabor at the Tabor home Friday even- ing. The evening was spent dancing and playing games. The guests were treated to candy and cigars and a fine lunch. Everyone reports a good time. The Democratic rally drew a large Crowd Saturday night. Dancing was en- joyed following the lunch which was served by the Round Butte Woman's Club. Mrs. Ray Kame's parents from Mis- soula are visiting at the Karnes home. Fred Fritzpatrick purchased a new car the east week. Mrs. Walter Sloan visited at the Granville Carr home Tuesday. Helped Montana Senator James E. Murray, during his short term of office in the United States Senate, has aided in getting more than $12,000,000 in loans and federal grants for projects worth inestimable millions to the state of Montana. His re- election will reflect credit and honor upon the intelligence and appreciation of the citi- zenship of Montana. 4 To the Electors of Lake, Mineral, Ravalli and Sanders Counties: On October 20th a sheet called Great Falls Independent was scattered throughout Missoula and other counties in the Fourth Judicial Dis- trict. Its purpose was to villify and defame the city of Missoula and its mayor, Ralph L. Arnold. The statements appeared on page six of the paper. The same page which was delivered outside the fourth judicial district did not contain anything relating to the mayor, which shows its purpose. We are convinced that the statements were made for the purpose of discrediting Ralph L. Arnold. who is a candidate for district judge. Mr. Arnold has twice been elected mayor of Missoula, by over- whelming majorities, the last election being in March. 1936. In July. 1936, in a field of seven candidates for judge Missoula county gave him the largest vote among all candidates. In Missoula county no attention is being paid to these defamatory statements because the people know the mayor personally. In the other four counties of the district,_ in where he is not personally known to some of the electors. we submit that when his efficiency and integrity as a public officer decline, the people of his home county will discover it in time to save anyone in Great Falls or Helena the trouble of writing home about it. Signed, Charles Stahl President, Missoula County Farm Bureau S. A. Barrett President, Missoula Trades and Labor Council R. E. Coy President. Missoula Chamber of Commerce Walter L. Pope President Western Montana Bar Associatica: Ira B. Fee Superintendent, Missoula City School., (Paid Pol. Ads'. • Walter A. Jensen Democratic Nominee for Clerk and Recorder Have lived and paid taxes in the county since it originated. Have a family of six children. Have developed and improved my ranch and tried to be an asset to the county. Graduated from high school and took bookkeeping course in a Commercial College. Have had fourteen years of successful businees ex- perience. Permitting me to serve as your 'County Clerk and Recorder. I shall try and make a record of economy and efficiency and serve you court- eously at all times. (Pd. Pol. Ad) Roosevelt Banquet Sponsored by YOUNG DEMOCRATIC CLUKs with Wheeler--Murray--Ayers Missoula, Saturday, October 31st 6:30 p. us. Loyola Auditorium GET TICKETS IN POLSON AT EDDIE's DRUG OR THE MINT Reservations Limited Taxes and Campaign PROMISES By D. A. DELLWO Your tax notices this year will carry a levy of six mills for the poor fund. Your County Board budgeted $68,000.00 for the poor fund and $15,000.00 for the county road fund. That in a county where there should be no poor and where the farm roads are a disgrace. The above poor fund levy was made largely to put into effect a new law pa-ssed by the last legislature. I believe our present representative claims to be the father of that law. It is known as the \old age pension law.\ Your own observation will Indicate whether it is operating as a pension law or a gratuity. The members of the Legislature who passed that law were pledged to tax reduction. Your county's part of this pension orgy represents only one-fourth of its total cost. The parts borne by the state and the federal government come out of your pockets just the same but in a more insidious way. Many of the candidates now running have pledged themselves to tax reduction while endorsing a pension plan so lavish as to discourage serious consideration. It is going to be hard for me to vote for can- didates who carry a bottle of soothing syrup in one hand and an ex- tracting forceps in the other. I am opposed to any new taxes except for farm roads and farm schools. (circulated and Paid for by Republican State Committee, (Paid Pol. Adv.) This space is paid for by me in the cause of sincerety and common sense. (Paid PoL Adv.)