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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 13 May 1921

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Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 13 May 1921

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Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 13 May 1921

SA Adria Pawls IfinI 30, dresyed beef oetk sand j ef cattle. Kca fairly heavy to beef mn iedium'~ and ~ O o 5 to light and dh Fair sip tderniZ lddeveloped atta week and part of. se were regained ther d raes of imnproves~a here at tbhe close. Beef steer, featured by the sale of a 350 pound Herefords but these were the best t k here for some time, and td her heavy steers to 00, with a fair show s fm $7.00 to $7.50; steers under 1,000 lbs. dave t fd in load lots from tors e 5 with common and 130 grads of lightweight steers &from $6.00 to $7.00. A few eigh heifers sold from $7.00 p bulk of cows and heif S, but $.50 to $6.50. The ball b fairly active with bulk hade s beeolognas selling from the hea Veals are 50c higher to $e4.7 with packer top at 70 tan a few to city butchers up $Od Stockers and feeders are ra2oo5 to S0c lower for the dosing with a fair clearance. hog market closed about 40c eon the average compared with Sweek's low spot, with a better in the market on later days .lt...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 13 May 1921

- Al 1h C4 as ,~Ptly shoul1d they have @cca~iotý to doubt6p qsesL i tote rd liab ity t -mJaI ,d ftt~uiA *., A~A#Y3, -1921 *,v .: ?FHE RECEIVEWS iAYIu ~~ F' aWen the Slleridan. ak .west into ads ;diver ate fall, looted and . iBeisekert Attorney Paul was appointed by the ( a rne for the receivek . Since the receivers wete 'appointed .therei.ha been a lot of transfer ring of propert V. 11 was oji e su sed to be pronpert of bank. What, if Abik b , sF I a~cd( dd~ to pr~oWtý tIO inter'd t. f. § tedepo~itors.~of ;tht.t bank _:;. s A' o a H ha ne a lot of excusing and. pan toe Oas he done to protect the d i ? There hasihum2fay't l eshrownf the way o the county attor ey's office in ,rdwthgetipg.at-the Thco)s somebody. Many pe t iit W'voxd+4~~ ; + iii#+ re eaihg, whether it is C. J. or .the & to -and out. This aaBCi l Babcock me kuce~df against T'officials who aon` ? t ne ne~ithwo. Hank's dii Med'ad As$ 'f sum ionpadizan in offigcp irz found short about two bits ihis a "edu1ts sum- timn e...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 13 May 1921

dwAm t, 4 ' p .4..' Paind 1s = *PLENTYWOOD, MONTANA ji~MURT Rj S NEWBERRY CASE WcKenna and Chief Justice Dissent from the Decisions. O f United States Sena gon l. Newberry in federal , fichigan for conspiracy to the federal corrupt practices set aside Monday by the S supreme court. The n'of 16 other defendants ' l1. set aside. The court held that. was without power to regu mares. ' e McKenna and Chief Justice iisented from the decision gress did not have power to elec~oai5. Jastice White in his. d traced in. detail the groj elation system to show t B was given the power under gitition to regulate sena ,. "It is essentially a federal not existing before the - ihe said. He also predicted pSlati'n would come i a aside Monday's decisinaga wer of congress over pff for otherwise the govern ieot live." pate elections committee will aGýýýiýTax - ý For~dr t~gat SS tVn dexrision. 'IA1DERS PI E PAYMENTS a Blaich of Wolf Point, ural years has been activ n )bring about a reductioi9 in raisement ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 13 May 1921

Is 49 to (w East m~mestC_ e-a iNbm ls . e4s.,'se c Imo = Dhpicsmt-E srga- Tar 3E, ftI. U.. 1 icy Ya *A1i#GTON, D. C.'-a" d bi a to . 8 vote in the,. naeril vote was strlatly along pasty except that t*reeq mar dre~ aawa to votce b 2fael*n of Minnesota -ld talihet - thesa Kno= N*maif prov gl ýr =-s-se declaration, bat wI a 3absent 0o!at' and esee di not vote. he maaxe j noW hberem the The De ocrauic ppitios was that tse peace res lation reheoted on the Paris treaty approved by the former Deenoaratc aduiinistration, and that if saIftbig was to be done the Faris treaty should. be approved. Relations between tkmerica and Ger mway are not changed in any impor tant way by the Knox resolution, be. came such relations. are a matter of *eaty making -between the 'two na. lorns. Whether we shall, eventually make an entirely new treaty or accept The Paris treaty with mod leations has int, been decided. In the form 'n which it passed the onea resolution repeals the war doe laratlion of a little o...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 13 May 1921

j100CUPY M AATES FRANC. , 01R WASHINGTON Ia I ernment Decides to Move Itol wahington Silent While WorkfinigttPolicy-. Ladd of North Dakota A-ttreat, Flat Corporation Tax WouldHit ,Mc-Egch AppointiDent to In o o .Es ann .=uti j° on Confirmmed-Far Bare~7a F _ton (fa(ty New Program-New Dry Law P to Met r aljing. N, D. C.--Senate W Sox ysolution for dedazh e oPeon with Germany is delayed by decision of France more Gernan territory cm appears to be acting alone in although the supreme al I plans to meet Sunday to the German counter offer on 09and indemnities. fered in Germany's latest is 200 billion gold marks, sum demanded of her under treaty terms is 226 billion Braind, however, has cabled ambassador here to request ent not to transmit the German offers to the allied gov the theory apparently being this would involve the American t in some measure of inter responsibility. These govern of course, already have the text Getman note to America inof5 correspondents abroad report pireach pol...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 13 May 1921

-L> ordier to the Fair"0.~ F a of Raymondf r in the city have. Movedek. **~ Ba ertofmee e - hi viie m onr ef wsa ishk Bert Toreason,-moaage the ,ymtile C thius "Of~r 74gL l~~ilSSudan G amo Spi snow: D STRAND. Mrs. P. M. Zieharth and Mrs. yTimernan motored out to t Tinmerman farm Wednesday even ig' * * *' Mrs. Burley Bowler and child w~tt to Scobey Thursday to. visit _her h and who is employed there. R FLAXSEED see BOLSTER PMtywood, Mont. 4-tf. 'Helga Hndrickson, who is employ in. the Clerk and Recorder's oftc spent the week end at Antelope wit i her parents. Buy Pine Home Made Bread at KOLLMAN KOMPANY'S. * *.* Eoy. Johnson, Roland Olson and Hairy. Thompson motored down fromy Scobey Suinday to attend the show, re turning . Monday. **S Frank Seel- and Miss Marjorie Ry azt of Bainville motored to this city S" y and spent the day at the Wm. W n home in this city. £ * * * S Per cent Discount for cash on H at - HELLAND-STRANlD R RDWARE. Z-tf is. Prank L. Houston, who spent week end at ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 20 May 1921

No Y 27, 1921 CuiyPoe i V~ 4~ /~') NZ. Evening Last, At of the wood State Baka ofth . GIVE OLSON X EOF C ON-Wlf t Allow Him to Di.ttdbate Coiunt' unds, Wbr It siems In His Judgmrt Mliost t-Tre.surer sopes to Accomplish Delstribgop Aft st. 1ANK CONDEMN OUSfER ADACO RS. Vote Moral and Financial Support of Effort of Commissoners to Recover Money from. Iian County State Bank and the Bringing of Wrong Doers to Justice: nkers' meting was held in the A ang rooms of the State,. Bank .4 ienty"'food, Plentywood, Montana, on rS loevening, May 14, 1921. This as called by County Treas J. Olson, for the purpose 'of ating plans for the distribu fe .f County Funds and for the of gettng together on cer tiroes i connection with mth fing was called to order by 'D J. Olson, and the roll call showed at the cashiers of the following lmaks were present: Citizens State Bank of Antelope First National Bank of Antelpe. , Citizen State Bank of Dooley Farmers State Bank of Medicine Lake First State Bank of Med...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 20 May 1921

ness conditions have declinaed from 8. to 7 and 6 3-4 k cent in New York, time and call rods are cheaper and even the steel trade is able to icre so p fr test R view of IMontana state shows principal ytustrial at present to be oil prospecting and P ductiop. Helena-Building material freight rates cut 20 per cent .hroughout state Great Fails--Showing of of and is shmck at Ban ngr well on Fowler dome. Helena--60,000 rainbow trout fry from Anaconda hatchery placed. in surrounding stre is. Drilling at Gordon Camopbell well on Rocky Ridge structure near Kevin to resume with placing of new caging. Havre. - Good indications for Brown's Coulee well now down 600 feet Butte-$150,000 diversion dam across Big Horn river authorized. Consolidation of seniority of Ameri can Express company employes of Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Mon tana granted, to improve advance ment chances. Square Butte-Kaspell-Lewistown Oil Co. to pull casings in old well and begin work on Arrow Creek proper. ties. Contract...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 20 May 1921

SlOPS CALED vole VaTIey ror fi N! rities Have to APPrehend Any of Attscldng Por*O. W. Vaa.-Govenor reponded to the request offilials of Mingo obunty the War department for to restore order ii The county offloials h tin requesting. Governor ask for troops, said that unable to cope with the y¢, Va.-GUerill war all odds apparently favoring apposing the state, was 18 in the grim mountains of Mingo County coal leld. Friday, at the little mining ofMerrimac, four miles from * fusilade of shots was poured the mountainside successively Merrimac, Rawl, Sprtgg and Ma W. Va.. and MCarr, Ky. vilable state police and deput entered here were rushed to rene but, according to late re they had been unable to check shooting. Dry S'iuth Is Killed. 0by c. Station, a state prohibition r and merchant at Sprigg, was by a bullet from the mountains. Noah Phillips and a man named ert, employes of the White Star company commissiary at MerriP have been seriously wounded. of other killings and wound have been re...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 20 May 1921

. 4+ A 4 AICAN( 8AY-W ~R E O'itmV DL LA S NOW THA W BN'FHAE"O:AY O WRE't T KE FREED T ( s lSE TPA guilty of ' wseatious oonspiraey,'Z aete ta hueid, "A tf cerporathe lwyrammeat ,.-co of t o e they ele la in St. Pauidf "WE I3TmEG N! (XJ4OL TO-LAROBEiY INTO Ti .AD OTY~l Y TO DAY IN s GUNCINte1Gr h1 ee t :eASral AN Ilith Selber THAI' ThEY CAN S A Yxi , F - g ilt D o fL LARS O HOW HAYS' e. TOE WIWVAT TO KEEP" BREA IN TIHE Y' Cs ALL. THAT WE- ON'T HAVE° TO. PAY FOR' WHEAT TO KEEP BREAD "IN THfE BlOYS' STOMACHS W E +CAN :USE TO PAY PROF~I'ýS TO OURSLE" .Then what w~Thqnws Jefersb ri`ty of whien he said, "A' little rebelli. now ai*tnd i 4g~ thing,, for ft- is well. that the of iers of tie g v rwept: bere +from time-to. time that the people still r etain the Hoers o4 t~ame?" What was G e ~ra1rait u ty' hen he declared both the Mexican war. -nd the' war, between Ai`e Sstates .to have been, `'crimes' against: ,' anty and d1beiWtey charged the ;then +Federal adminuistration with- de bers~l~ pr...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 20 May 1921

PUyWOD MIONTAINA ýý [LY MlA R ( REVIEW By un.n 5heplierdson Co. tendency to advance fol by sing spells, which has Sthe market for the ral weeks, was again in evi tbis week in spite of factors d ordinarily result in a lly lower level. to peneficial rains in parts of West where drouth was be serious, considerable appre bas been removed. Although observers state that the Win losses from frost, drouth, tc., are only nominal and that of tae extraordinarily large in prospect on the start of the total should reach well '00000 bushels it would vertheless that judging from of many of the damage th condition of Wheat in im areas in Kansas and Okla is such that a materially' re )iud will probably be appar al of British labor trouble an unsettling influence and sews in, general tended to. ay definite reversal of senti Visible supply. of Wheat for decreased over one million total supply at Primaries is themall amount `f 41,150,000 Corn stocks also continue to pod decreases and the visible to dat...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 20 May 1921

Pr ceduc Tb. abssv@4Cht. sTWENU WXctt.u prices ouf Goodrddh tire. and Tubes which took telect May 2nd, rehalived the cola lte eikdorseent of tird usets and dealethera7at 4odfb7.IV & W Mapted pt its fidi face val, t elph m gmovein tthie with the spirit of thrtims-hnuutowplet leI Goodridi Silvertowi Cords Goori~bFabric Tikes GooricRda & ray Tubes Goodrich trshave earned their reputation by glaee QUALITY ef condtruction~ and complete dependability of semvce. Every improvement in making, wl& many exclii aive bettetments is in the Goodrich tires you buy today. Your dealer will rupply your needs and give you the lieiefit of these new re ducecd prices on your purchases TUE B. F. GOOIYRICH RUBBER COMPANY Akron, OHIO, Thk leoe *igh School -dosed Friday and the e Jltunzrs are now ready for Senior woik this fall term. It is very unusual that Junior class of eight'isYtbAM . p o ".boys a n t e gir but sh is the rpcord is Ante lope.' Seiek to it one mra iyear boys and Snish up, a High...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 20 May 1921

OUR WASHINGTON -. -. Ladd of North Dakota a Fla Potte e F. *I Prominent in R nova-.e B" plan Joker Against ExfoMr "us~ithian Question Wonries º .rCOI~t3I 1).~ ~ d rutafy'S New :-~etAcst A 1 Tem SO, . C. -Fhft*** ý griCultural states of I South have formed an a ruP for united dato aectiflE farmOY5 Lyon of Iowa, who has progreseive record, and the folow wee appointed: 'ltrlmeasures *r f North Dakota, Heflin of 111KenIYOn of Iowa. .ttso ssu.* - Robert o Wisconsin, Fletcher of d eppard of Texa ~aneSin hefederal re of th Carolina, Idaho and Kendrick of for more adequate ware and torage--Norris of Ne iidell of Louisiana and pr mittees are expected to orets on their subjects to be it~hinl 10 days. Me is one of the most signifi tho has occurred in Washingtop jsg time. If men not connected ewinl privilege at all, like Ladd and La Follette, can the group it will be even ipificanL some the action is undoubted t protest from voters back against the continuous tream Slegislation we have had it l...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 20 May 1921

rt §77t3a inso~rtrei oAM * ci AIg T a Do als Garage" "Ar{'ý.-,"-ýa'" .i; ..." . . ý LOCAL_, ms a,..ý6.ý ý s. NEW``a-SG Iýa Deputy' Assessor Jens Hansen of Dagmar was in the county capitol on businkess tite latter part of last week. 350 buhe&ls nice Sax seed for male. 6-t2 DOOLEY IMPLEMENT CO. * * * Fred Glodge, one of the school trus tees of Antelope, was attending to sehool matters here the middle of the , *, CMr . ; S. Nelson returned Mon from Mohall, N. D., where she caIle by the sudden death of her fOR $ALE-Manson Campbell W .Seiperator for cleaning seed ,IUELLAND-STRAND, Plep deter ` sbach left Monday for iD., whererhe will consul at St. Joseph's hospitl in ,hels Brothers of Outlook' have V480 n acres of grain seeded al Veady, a large quanity of which is up already. Jack Kudura of the First Staty Bank of Medicine Lake was attend ing to hbusiness matters here Thurs-, May of this week. Deputy Sheriff Wunderlich was in Homestead serving papers Wednes day. He reports that crops...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 27 May 1921

No. 'Y'254 Heom She Mi- Asºs 5tafl ddae. 1ST DME GOOD:WX ~s ~G~*That Has Been Ste~&Ii FanC s. or~ or SreTim~r~e ie ~dnewime-Pisner O sz lm C fve c+c ime-Prune (From Scobey Sentinel) o of the three young men who leged the have stolen four head 5efrom Joe Paradis last win enered Ieas of gailty before ntrdC. E. C er, Tuesday, April w ere immediately sentena 51d, whom the authorities have d. trh'L for some time and who" iButler, appp red to be the prn So.tiser, was sentenced to a of from three to six years at a labor in the stae prison. Ralphed er, a young fellsw who has lived bSobey for several years and whose as cost him a term in the refoirm ol previously, was committed to t iritutio again until he becomes ofage. Leo Butler, who- has been connect ed with several shady deals in the county in the past, and who is aPlleg d to havre been one of the leaders in the rustling game, dodged the sher ff by taking to the hills on his sad dle horse, the sheriff's car being un able to avigate ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 27 May 1921

Chief Justice of Supreme Court died atfter a relapse. following an operatiou; 1Jurist was appointed by Cleveland ii 1894 and elevated by Taft in 1910.i 1894 and elevated by Tafit in 1918.. RAIL WAGES TO BE CUT Labor Board's Decision Says Re c uction Is Justified. Revision Downward of Unskilled Work ers' Pay is Ddcided on-Million Men Affected. Chicago-The. United States Rail road Labor board announced its inten bion of revising downward the wages of mnore than 1,000,000 unskilled rail workers by next July 1. The amount of the deerease was not announced, but will be made iublUc on June 1. At the same time the board an nounced that it would hold hearings on June 6, regarding proposals by the roads to decrease the wages of other classes of employes and also would make its dec.ions in these cases ef feotive on the ame date. A similar decision in the case of skilled work ers wduld mean a cut in the pay of practically every railway worker in the country on July 1 and would af fect approxim...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 27 May 1921

L. t SaseStPe Po Ee*eOgecy. -- TTOc IlO AU&IEST ri Chief Maked ExplI rney General on CGl.iidl ould w.icomn a-S . _nvestigti.on W. Va.--Mingo county, of any shootings along tei vrinia.Kentucky border during eight days, was placed under law when Major T. B. Dayis, adjutant general of West Vi-.. ppeadred in Williamson. ad the proclaamtion issued by Gov 1organ at Charleston earlier in d %ajor, designated by the Gover to take charge of the situation g out of the recent disorders the Tug river, held a conference after his arrival with Sheriff A. C. of Mingo county, and Captain 3Brockus of the state police.... Ready to Surrender. wen advised of the proclamation of i law, Captain Brockus, who has ded the state troopers on duty the )ingo region since the trouble . declared that he was prepared surrender his authority to Major Many citizens, who were sworn in as to policemen to act in an emer cy, were issued arms during the y. the supply of rifles. shipped in y the state, was expected to ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 27 May 1921

office ei~tyW As I ti pli The ooof the Nonpartisan 1 Was never s. as A &t The faarmers, small busidreaes i w' ketstcland raie tiS as keeny ple have ses ~·lciaesin the .Ot" hi numbe r who fact any on this a is rapidl cea.Th rominent mil.r m $. The TniY rtSI LEaSON II VE ALL THE f G .ARGUME~NTS BWROGHT AGA NST IT ihii any effect kin th" ytere' ganizing the 'ahnei~ i. North era, M taanrs,. e * * ir , it was said otlat they were just waiting to gather ina elot . A e 4 .l awayomes the ' PATOTISM" The ople have seen th i start- efa bure.tedera sThe peoplmarket hae seea these leadems stand upgaist e mob violence and no lesr thang 3 court frmer's got. Maybe thats theirp me - o san hm . bero Joseph Gilbert is in jail at Red Wi , , Norts he would notd compromise by stopping league work u e u county, and .A. C. Townley reacry to serve a 90 day' etaeýce in anoth: 1, put a stamp .of sinceity. on And .as for "SOCIALISM, "9OLSHEVISM," "FREE WVI," "DIS LOYALTY".the number who put any depdmdence...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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