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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 27 May 1921

t " 'r i 'y rte ' a ,ý DWOD MONTANA BPORTANCE 9tQ(K OWNERS OSE BILL NO. 228 i ive Assembly, 1920 b~ring date prior to 2th, 1921, must be ; re-re every ten years thereaf ,jIiawful to use any brand ard on any of the follow of stock: horses, cattle, jack, mule. Any person, firm or violating this Act is guil emeanor, fine or imprison both. House Bill No. 227 ESTRAY LAW 1. The term "Estray" yclass of st ck of horses, jennet or mule, and are accustomed range and the which cannot with reason be found. 2. Any person, who shall use or benefit and with wners consent, take into m is any "Estray" shall 'be Sa misdemeanor, penalty $I..00 fine or 60 days in tfine and imprisonment. S3. Any person with intent shall dispose of, or attempt to . any Estray, is guilty of f this Act is to require -t prove ownership and r. the tagl up and the ystock ,Ihe Bill No. 230 ;BUTCHER REPORTS r records must be filed Cl erk and Recorder with (3) days after slaughter. of further amended butch been sent to all bustc...

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. — 27 May 1921

re -- i is t ... :. .. ... ° ý, . . . . .- ?' , -.. .._ • . ,, - c9 TON4KID STOP I&IBhEI NON-SKIDOD SIZE and TTPE Olde Ne Old Prices New Price 4l Prices New Prices O Prices New Pee Old Prices NewPr e..s: 30 x S, .aiuer it 0.80 S1.0 27.75 22.0* $32.60 $25.00 $34.25 $27.50 -4.25 - -.. 32'x 3 -a- 26.80 21.00 81.60 .M 39.20 32.90 41.15 36.40 3.60 2.9 32 x 4 S. 8. 34.95 26.90 42.00 34.40 49.80 41.85 .52.30 46.30 4.55 3.55 34 x 44 - &. 49..85 " 835 - - 59.10 49.65 62.05 -.54.90 6.00 4.75 35 x 8. 8. 61.15 47.5 - - 73.65 61.90 77.5 68.45 7,25 5.85 Pis wer tas. Other sizes reduced it pr.erstis These Prices Apply to Our Regular and Complete Line . -Price unsupported by value never is an advantage to any but the man who sells to make a quick "clean-up" and quit. A reputable, unexcelled mileage tire nmade by a company that can and will deliver all and more than you pay for is the only one you can afford to buy. Sold only' by Dealers A New Low Price on a Known and Honest Product AX VUIE ...

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. — 27 May 1921

ES IN YSStRtTAR~YQ: of * 1J~WASHI1v o WeKpows. eiwof :the Ad tion Follow IRoihy of t .e Wheat Georgi~ Banks Opose Rosen. - SMetlods-Iý S.' rhamber 'j· tfor SordtersWaq t Vixsm. c. wOut of Iun- m. I d.ai _:. j A ciure a Wallace to A. ages in the fedef'a n t unexpected by close S and- elsewiere because S.ketzg interests :do' not fades cha~ged. BI - -e mee first <because than those represent arsaind other plain peo politieal power last fall. jcln congressmen and sena the spring wheat sections about the matter. They nd largely o this issue the Nonpartisan league had to popular to buck, and they o hoped the Republican ma r0uld offer a few changes as a to enable them to hold their of the disgruntled are talking preparing a bill to repeal the h gives the secretary of agri power over grain grading, but adrit at the same time that it have no chance of getting h ingress. one, of course, knows what See Wallace actually thinks on the lie declares that he knows lit out i and must make an inve...

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. — 27 May 1921

- A SPVIALtTY -. Special Attention given to all Kinds ofTrqctor Repairing - and Rebuilding. PLENTYWOOD, MONTANA L A I L IIOCAL NE.WS '350 bushels nice lax seed for sale. 6~t2 DOOLEY IMPLEMC6NT CO. Misses Ruth Olson and Mabel Nore were in from the Outlook country last Saturday. 'County Assessor Aspelund is asses sig Comertown and Westby pre Scets this week. FOR FLAXSEED see BOLSTER, Pleintywood, Mont. 4-tf. *** Edwin Nore from the Outlook coun try, was in the county capitol on business Wednesday. *** R. W. Dickey, field assessor of the Daleview territory, was in the county sat on business Wednesday. 1~iss Myrtle Shinners, who has been t aphing at Mondak, finished teach iig her school and is now visiting at lame. Sbake sale .was held by. the De of Honor at Palubicki's' store 1 Saturday. Everything on hapd ý .old. * * * iuy Fine Home Made Bread at KIII AN KOMPANY'S. K:Asteps have been built in the entrance to the postoffice and needled re i have been made in the floors off 'office. . R...

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. — 3 June 1921

' ý f x r ' eI Ii O s :~ rSI ;lR S ý a a .i!. , -. irI ,Ds~ I f~r~iln7-i~i~~ ~ l~i~-~ qý '!ýt k !1Py7 r :3ýtý '7M~N,. 'R r Y 9 fir T " a= ~ s aý t` . ý 'f F µ ý ~ r,.. ýp" ýanYY` °"ý ý xVý$ý. s ý'i.}ý ý fi4 _ ý ýf 3z=,'';'ýtat D ý t-. ý`ý '!s F _ ýa 9 3~"~·-;·PL~9{ Rý ý s y Vt rýrý p ý "it yi ý ýý tt e ta.77r1 'aa ayr-..-ý4...ý ý...,,.. ý.. '° a .ý" Cormet, This Morni Decision on Motion to ,Dismissing thdre Brought By Joe Doli Oust Commissioners Ty and Ibsen. AND IBSEN COMMISSIONS e Gentle Readers! It is no nor is it just reported or is it. but it is as Joe Dolin says, a .of record'at the office of the Court'" duly filed in the court Sat County Commissioners nd Ibsen will remain in office awhile, much to the astonish of 'Lil Joe Dolin, and also to his discOniiture. C. E. Comer formally filed ion with Clerk of the District Carl .Peterson, this morning !clock, sustaining the mnotion the ouster proceeding insti Joe Dolin, through his atter- Babcock, to remove the -rs, because they had ...

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. — 3 June 1921

IS ESTIMATE State to Do Purchasing on System Used in llinois-Consolidation Se adii>a, to Savea4sti a of Money for Montana Heleji.--An Increase of mnore than 800,000 bushels of winter wheat is fore cast for the 1921 crop in Montana, as compared with last season, in the monthly, report for May of Pred W. Beler, local statistican of the bureau of crop estimates of the federal de partment of agriculture. The crop forecasted for 1921 is 4,233,000 bushels on 249,000 acres, as compared with 3, 900,000 bushels last year, harvested from 300,000 acres. Twenty-one per cent of the acreage seeded last fall has been lost, the re port states, due largely to the dry con dition last fall and lack of moisture during the winter, soil blowing and some freezing. Cut worms and other insects have done damage this spring. Livestock in the state wintered in fine shape, the report indicates, and the lamb and calf crops will-be large. Plowing and seeding are said to be well advanced, due to favorable con d...

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. — 3 June 1921

ouR WA ~~B~~ E6ia rrOrl-ChBai -ariq " ý ! t 3 Pei~ ~e~,r~m~isianP'p. i y N. D. showC i O a I odI' of his home -t rbordd in some New Y or__--s. And within' tw ws making ap o Sheardin W hitn -distfnlc Wihtw ) waS against anythiny S.te menot, because every bl_ --aoW that it was correct, but ,d roIstio of a statute pDaied i1739 and approved by president, George Washin 0rybidding United States treas frof being financially interested aom ýg the sale of any private, or tional bonds There s a Sconsulttion by the leading of the teasury deportiult i yfollowing this eWall °`d Shad' not been in office leong to investigrae as far back as au he prepared he statement Sreqest of some North Dakota who came secretly to War - recently for help.i One - friends declares that it was for presentation to large only. old statute was obviously in to prevent use of the office for gain; consequently White's is merely technical and Secre hMcAdoo was guilty of a gross r when he toured the to aid the sale of Libe...

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. — 3 June 1921

C I .I "E. sT *Il I as. g h t saproacts the fitas la e ~,:ro theP g . o those mdared febUn-Amerr tiehyst.-., . . " us codsider the dWe,_ar yit,. i me~pt-. .a up th sarsa tching1 em;tahiJe as leteye ebnto" ler.. .!gs if'. those a6dared face Ue-Amencaa a hrster1. T seps wereA o tO bam .U T N. ,?2.. .. .,:i ,:.,-,,. l . e felt- he had td Idat sei .O f or somehn other than him adlf, so he vented his anger on the initocen tpa s tnetps. Charateitics isn't it? '• . .. Thd .lall player misses n a-.tch..Prd nptl. he pummels his mitt. It's us he mittcs faultider not hi e ,-a -re4... ." P ELA , FAR OO EW OF:S, PIC THE BLAME WHERE iTL Awa gdmai, iaELON~.e e fryou" •is...u.ano walk. ing up th. ston eknw tha t it s tautd e lu ito ostbediund ostneck but hiswe cant d an ything aive to y. lae it on w t to stoe step ittsa Amnb btgrabing hammer or some other inanimais hat object . d -l a t the ay appesa r a ntoiIs&e qe c mlan ~deiv yg stirring words to stone good- an~r4 enty L.1' g. r l~~~ -teps b...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 3 June 1921

- -- 1\ ·i " . .." . ..,. .:. .' ~} i f-'- -".. ,, -. Y:-.'" l: T-. . -OWL • ..,' ',,.. ": . . :U -, ..~. i . .. . .. .. ,. ii. 1 ' - -5 t_ 4 : Ii -.. " $ : , , . . .: tir ,, · r . J/ " Ftr'"ý :5. ' ' }' ...ý - ý+ " f" " I_.: PLENTY WOOD, MONTANA ; - Ab:'. . __~~~~~~~~~~~~'· . lqllllll lll•llil I lI " II ANTELOPE . s from the eighth grade ex ions have been received and Smay get same from the clerk echoel board, Mr. Welle at the National Bank. J. Becker and family took the to Outlook Thursday morning they will reside on their farm the summer months. go Peterson and family of Re were visitors at the Morck home c evening. Mr. Petersen : is m;nager of the Occident l.eva R. Rice came up Wednesday and a load of fence post to the HIolge farm north of Reserve. Olaf family took Rev. Sands to tlndquist school house Sunday g where Mr. Sands held ser L Shippe of Plenty ood was a caller here Saturday. Mr. is vice president of the Citi State Bank and was here on at the bank. and Mrs. R. C. Udy dr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 3 June 1921

NSAT uP a erui week, giving Y. tip Agent. PLENTYWOOD, MON TANA (WT ROUW Inreseting Items frtom Our Eschanges and Staff Writers WEISTBt Dr. Le Barge was over from Cros by Tuesday to see how his residence is coming on. Miss Josie Thunem of Plentywood was a guest. of Miss Mathea Olesen Saturday and Sunday. Rev, L. . Kjoller had a sick at tack first of the week and the Gre nor doctor was called. He is better now. The Thos. Granriid family was in town Tuesday enjoying a few hours leisure at their handsome bungalow. Miss Hawbaker returned Friday from a visit with relatives at Ken mare and Alexander, N. D., and on Monday left for her home at Dallas Centre, Ia. Miss Kent left Saturday for Spo kane, Miss Violet Schmid joined her at Plentywood for the trip. The young ladies will visit Mrs. Matt Hogan of Spokane, formerly Miss Lil lian Schmid of Westby. Co. Supt. Moe and Deputy Taylor visited Westby last Friday and re mained for the Commencement exer cises that evening. Being so well en tertai...

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. — 3 June 1921

S . C.; ow going a Q o 'Prices of a ifew wPk ag... t BARGAIN I1This is you OPPOR- gugar! TUNITY! Do 't . grow under your feetwh. i bs. best Gnauated Sugar:98c . .. pct ,. :d ý, ,:, . ý : , , 6 h. s,: '- ' :ý ... . W ith purchases of $) .0 of O ther Read the prIis tia . n m'e .d se ..''-they tel the whole story. .Goods __REE L1p hafm¶FEE d ' F-REE 98 lb. Sck 'of For ~Will Be Given to the Othe L gestLoad of People Men's Best .$.8, now...N..- 1 o yd Pch -; tI o this Sae Satu rday Moming, June 4th. am,'. HevCan..I_,...s15 45 aid 50utin P -.-,s- -c-- Men's 25c Linen CodIars-....... ce sMen's LargoWifate Handker T28 Yd. Prit0 _-U.ts, ., - Is A. IVI. chie, ---r e. W35 Yd. Outing Pa l ._ens 5 Suspenders - 3 M en's $ 5c H2se. 50i R e a dG ien t o t e 6 bars Leno Soap for-.. ............2 $1.00. yd. 9-4 Sheeting--.- . & Z. C bedspooal h .rd . 4 bars Electric Spark Soapi for...25c , Men's 75e Silk Hose..... .- .- %7 $2.0 72x90 Creown Shpeetsj S .re 5l~. :T ,eah -.----------... , 3 b. Blue ...

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. — 3 June 1921

; ; ' - wast a *** aeed cam, SLaws o l . . o cial and business itor / y ters the county seat tea~a of lit weekor a-vsit witI her mother at- Milan, -MI - . Miss June McChesney of Williston, N. D., .is spending the week here as the guest of Margtei te... O'Grady. 30 Per -cent I~ine~gmt .fort'-c Wis Hamness At ,Th~ Mid e Laura and Midnie Hein aa.riiere last week for an extend ed a t Ae ain boine iu this city. Mrs. 3. B. ea -.arrived here Sat urday of last w for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Win. Wilson. 9. , Frank Mueller, manager of the Mountain States Tel. & TeL 'Co. of this city, was a b.siness sviitor in Scobey Saturday of last ee. . t Paul abck retuu ed; tya id of the frog[ P_ pla where she has been visiting at thy.I Rednain4.hoin.' * - coind by Mr. Sehaefer and sons of 4iewere in this city Thursday en moite to eWiWiatM#Y .a.. . FOR .apLEl Vetdh Sertor for delaing seed graisa. JLAND-STRAND, Plen tywo. - * * * A. ~ amerud, C. O. Molluerstnen and Sorby of Flaxville, were here ...

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. — 10 June 1921

Y r f Sý 1 4- 1~15~~l~ B' ~ ~ s8-~a ·~1 r 9 1 ---rY "~~- ~ - ·CP ~ ~ c aiaz %~~~~rae'-;i; r ,. .Y... r a.- .max n..~ e e I S CIP 4XP ~~~ B r P~~~ aL ~ - W P ~ t~iL~~~ : 4~ ofNan vk.es CO(; _tY -0-nrUu pi·~i ., ý,c( ý ..}ý u ý, ý ý' 'ý'ý ''i ý5., ý T" C -'ý ,'i rb· ýYý ýJ ` , 5T ý' ý ý -ýý..,1# ; .. " * 'x wý :N -FA~~;r..~;~~"~i~kP8 J·li :.jJ.¢ ··`I ' + ! : ,'fit unto·. ~P·~~ ~ ý . ":ý t i ,: .ýý rý .ý a ,R: +: .u ".ý ýiý .,§.n .ý.. . ý . tjte Joe Finally Co. s .t.. Grief When Authorities Causes His Arrest for; re senting a Fraudulent CimIi GES BOND AND WAVES EXAMINATIONS Listen Gentle Readers! It's * , i] Joe this time. It isn't the * Sntl commissioners. It's * .nterthan the county printer, * r has come to judgment. SConty. Attorney Erickson and * *i assistants, Wheeler & Bald- * $ rin and A. T. Vollum, dug up the * Sfat and the evidence and last * * Saturday a warrant was issued * Iby judge L. S. Olsen, upon in- * * fornation signed by County At- * Storney Erickson, charging Do...

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. — 10 June 1921

ý r y4. t';ri Square Bttte tlbiue, h gone b to her hestac Cttt.i lsit winte I us Wa. Sbeeves mu have objected to av Ig a girl nester" in thatregion, bat she says sae is undaunted -,and will continue her legal re1 ence there. In her absence her sisters ax c. du]ct *e B <u~ Butte T$buti. . Harlowton is mor~-.forttpa .t tha lst 5.sties in reta n fl . is tea hers iv3ery high school tacher' was 're electe. and only one re- aed. ' A large propertoih of the grade te.chers will retura. Despite the general plans -for. retrenchment, this city will continue its splendid agriculture and home economic departments;- Nine girls ano six boys were guaduatedThursday, the. largest class in the history of the city. J. U. Williams is superintendent. o Six persons were arrested on charges of violating the Harrison drug act and thwo negro "clubs" were closed, the re sults of raids made by the sheriff and his deputies at Great talls. The drug raid was made on a place conducted by a messenger company, an...

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. — 10 June 1921

- -, a1m a . .. : · rl ~" c -·'^lWO orpv3k APrýv of paisda tor -prtae Before i (a v - . C.-Derf.'S , et by the United eA12y labor board. The new opr a into effect oa J l thed contract fee & - ,w . te agreement wit- the S,.ker.s expires This gre .dsJ 104 railroad contpor at of the Import r lof the country. .of' the railroad unions her - their position and that atedh' ,his order. xcerpt - out how the present fi ior low ages on ,__r-flr' from the country's finanial execattes had asked a de jn wages of 25 per cent a~a reduction to 12 per cmt may as an acceptable CmpN the employes, especiallyi sf get other points they ar :o in the naw agreement. t p. Bours and coeditimso s well as pay are imporant .jations in railroad work. oideraton of the cost of living Ety did not have much to do e government labor board's de A decline in a fw commod· - Iae sru has been effset largely cmse in some others, partie the important item of rent. Rail lbor repre ent tives c him thbl cost of living has de...

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. — 10 June 1921

PA 16O is o c 1 4 Pott *ofis promptlwq U 12 te W*^.` liability oft f etma Ewa A o~ S{ _ 1 ATSLA (Continueyd ; r1 5 F trV Catge) to. bring in oriief~t ou thefaetesli' governor, Lynn` . Fra er and orther ofi cc.ers of that state.. . The picnic grounds will be.md the management- an :. c fk a farmers' commitee" "lion' has bees t~rned4 F `of*l 0"*. the •farmners for a big dance, wn'ht will ,be given under their. auspies and the proceeds of which will go for there - -call quota. .Tile farmers also have se curei the bathing suits and will rent dtliem, the proceeds also going for the same purpose. The, music for the dance will be donatediby farmers who atre musicians, and the music' Will 'be under the management of County Supt. of Schools Win. Moe of Plen 'tywood. The music Whll be 'good. T:-hose- who desire can bring picnic .lunches as there are tables where the parties can spread thir lunches. There has. been. arrangements made l(or a number of good speakers, as, follows: Hon. H. B. inige...

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. — 10 June 1921

ki N·r~-; (t · : cOP:f 5rC ~ if . E~ d ' ·'. ft :·~igz\ Ia Qlf~~~~~iP r4· A· 41cEE ··~~i;~~·: -~ ·~· ,N i~ Xi LI.·· -, A pLENT~dOD~ ONTAN OOI) bfoi but O.D. poi not fum bri -C -fici vai from First Page) far they are the greatest citi which ever came opt of a citi of the most noted Amer- rec Sts wrote Mrs. O'Hare, av( writing #he third act of the in the light of her ex- ina as expressed in the marvel- ina letters. ,n prison Mrs. O'Hare con- st studies in the psychology g cho pathology. She was the receive all letters and ha to her and/her cell became tin of a correspondence in- lic 'cally every noted um- tie the United States. l release from prison, Mrs. wil ately began writing nei g on the subject of prison dei During the year that has _p has spoken in one hund- me cities in thirty states Cr numerous articles on the Her book "In Prison" is a rert made to the presi- I S - ted States in regards a under which federal we &ei :.ii, f Mts-. Penitentiary. This report cm as a source boo...

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. — 10 June 1921

Cveww j.,il -" *4t' 6a Exbua d oo Attorney Win. G. Owens of Willis ton, N. D., was here on legal business on Friday last Attorney Howard Lewis, in c~m-n pany with J. G. Snyder and Court Stenographer Layhe, w. . here on business Friday of last Lveek. Art Hansen left Friday -afternoon for a trip to look the country ° over around Kalispell for the purpose of buying a small ranch for a--home. Tf he fails tofind i rat-~~,tat suit. him there he ll.. then tomk a °trip through Oregon - ind ort n :if. nia. The family will remain here un til he finds a smitableLocation. Mrs. A. P. Van Vorst. was a pas senger to Plentywood Friday, re turning in the afternoon. C. C. Sunstasdwas taken to the Wil liston hospital .iFriday ;of last week suffering from ean acute attack of ap pendicitis. Mrs. Surstad and Chris Johansen accompanied him. Mr. Jo hasen returned Monday and-. said that Mr. Sunstad withstood the trip nice ly but the doctors. at the hospital are trying to avoid an operation and.. are I:oping...

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. — 10 June 1921

- r ai , 'tr e su VSit oISn L CAR. RedudciOl FOBAIr Foplaowing Prices, F. o.. .etrit, oMich', For 1O binf Car, regular, 10 eo Ford Roadster, n 37 ChasidfultY equipped, - - - - Coupe= ,7 .. No dan, fully equipped, Truck, equipped With Dem. Wheels, 495.00 No change in Tractor prices, vi, - '25.00 Starter remains $70.00; Demountable Wheels,$25.oo when supplied --itn open cars-. O If you contemplate buying a car, let us have your order NOW. Oders ,t be had before we get cars. Prompt delivery will be made to buyers signing orders in advance. MONTANA MOTOR COo R. 'E. LANG, Manager. FLAXVILLE P d Gunn is very ill with acute h citis. Beach ,of Sask., Canada, was tr here Tuesday. and Mrs. Emil Swenson were' visitors Monday. r Moiden was up from Pleu Friday. b T. Briden of Dowd was in town b y and Saturday. Zuck delivered the Memorial address at Culbertson. e Kramer and Dr. FIealy attend movie iný Scobey Monday ev and Mrs. August Roos are the parents of a 12 lb. baby girl : Monday.i P. Smerud...

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. — 10 June 1921

:.ý+ mil 4 F ,_ : .. r: ý:."n ý _ t ;'ý T y .ir ..y.a.ý .. ` ye.- ~r_,.c ý..y' =rt.;a . _i ý, ' ,.ý f ý TH(#a ýý i ;2ýýýý ý y'ýs G yý i'r e1 1. ýg -r C" Melby, : of h Oat ook e , Tuesday of this wreeo. Order yopr seedc t r, Henry p il ,wBprs itero. i fa after business Matters in he .cou onseat Tue in Teda dy._ .r. i * * *L ) 30 Per cent Dis-count for cash . Harness at LL-SANDE T :_ HARt WA . . Charles Westphal oand Count Treasurer~a D. J. Olon went to Cu; " bertson on business Monday after 0noon, retur lsning Tuesday. f FOR SADLE-Manson Camf SUgrain. HFLAND-STRAND, M Charles Westphal of/the Outlool precinte has been in n Plentywoo@ this week, arranging the detail of tlio extuares lethre whihe oure II II U IIARE I I "º 0 Because of the fact thatbti de is going to be a huge crowd in Plei tywod, to hear Mrs. titbard O'Hare deliver her "Talked About" Lecture o h"Cri mes and CriAminms," we are taking ad .Pe of this occasion to invite the visitors to make our store their headquarters and ...

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