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Yesterday's Phillips County News Memories for November 11, 2020


November 11, 2020

Dr. Carl Totman, Malta optometrist, is pictured with the Rocky Mountain Big Hirn Sheep that he shot last Sunday in Fergus County about seven miles southwest of the Robinson Bridge in the Missouri River Breaks. Totman estimated the hog-dressed weight of the sheep at between 225 and 250 pounds, and said it took him from noon until 5 p.m. to pack his trophy out of "the deepest hole" in the area. 1970 PCN.

100 years ago

November 11, 1920

The county republicans and democrats had united to defeat the Non-Partisan League candidates with the following elected: H.M. Kirton, senator; Dudley Jones, state representative; Tom Johnson, sheriff; Ray Campbell, treasurer; W.G. Schneider, clerk and recorder; Ike Neibaur, county commissioner; F.L. Robinson, assessor; Isabella Burley, county superintendent of schools; B.P. Sandlie, county attorney; R.V. Tucker, coroner; and A.S. Hanscom, public administrator.


A heavy flow of warm water was struck at the Bowdoin oil well at a depth of 2,500 feet.



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