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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 17 June 1921

Y w ts v9 0." sz i r^ s ýr r r' c4 ý L *Netcher, Sofl-xn44 w i,,.- X~e~ , o egnd~ r .D., in Plentu&9t StetWi Wheeler and V6um, IEISEKERS ARE A W. Netche of Fessendn, No* son-in-law of T. L. Bei .. , ident and majority *fte Sheridan County State nancially and otherwise es - for the conditions einsting t institution, arrived in Plenty last Monday morning, coming rteSoo Line via Raymond, where r the t by L. J. Onstad with the and on the same day, Geo. Hurd Great Falls arrived in Plentywood act as head counsel for the Beisek interest, for the purpose of negoti a settlement with Sheridan for the $235,000 of the coun ts money which is tied up in that fact bank and for which a number arties are criminally liable. Tuesday the representatives of jseker interests met Hon. B. K. eeler and Alfred T. Vollum, attor ys ior Sheridan county, with a pro ition, which was promp~Ay refuse4 negotiations between Netcher and urd and Wheeler and Volial first at office of Onstad & Greer and then the ...

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. — 17 June 1921

Page Two THE PRODUCERS NEWS * AT DO OTE Y, M ION'r ;^ WORA. . . .OF . . IC S -nr 8 SS Consisting. of IDr y Goods, Men's Frihn Hat 000Cps Sho3W ,C33MMMMM Crcke* GlaswareandGrocrie. Ths Sle Sart Saura, ue 5 BIG . . **jStrdylgtJl Two ale Eah Da, a 2 ftenoon 7:0 Eenm DOOLY NIONTANA. Glassware Cand Gro erpies. th Thiso Saein Sthlarts :la f epe'otissl SaturdayAfeno, June 25, 191a .i. ndaudyNgt, Julyo ARETwo Salseach Dayni atl 2e Afternoonh 7:30o Eveninge Mevery Lartcl in the Store WillheBepSoldgto theAfenoSae ii igesNthBiddePr.vn NothngReeredTisi

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 17 June 1921

RY lUGHIS ThlS MEXICO OSilTUTION MUST 8! CRIANGED OpU WASHINGTON LETTER cr of Oil Grabbers or Intervention Are Alter ýer Obregon Can Not Accept Without jtn jHis Goverrmeflt With People ---Sma Mn isn Senate Lose Point by Four Votes--ov tAndir Shows How New York Central pads of Money for Foreign [eats, Name for ofIWoIs 3k860Bl D. C.--Secretary a as delivered a strong ages romising a treaty and b f Mexico agrees that the a on f 1917 shall not be used of confiscating property a peis to that time. S i0 issue is oil lands. pratcte the Mexican consti thu5s tthe principle of old 14 rest law that mineral b comn the crown or public, $ th old Mexican constitu mentions property rght t 0s and not contested. t I long reign of tyranny with n help Diaz sold vast proper- I concshe0lns which he had no 0ndll under Mexican law. When Mexico, pursued by revolution be had a fortune of over $100, acquired in this manner. state department would un lycontend that such property acquired from him personally er...

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. — 17 June 1921

CHlARLES X. TA iwr~ Mnw fnu~t~Ient andirs yd~ ia d~d~w~ r wil ake' it .as s r anl us mronY13 shoul they *V Itv o~94oW rqis-. Iiia ty .tnv[ any :wj4~te~lkzt quadtMe ti U' F*WAYJU fi'419~ tA.tE MAYOR (Continubd fern bpt :14ge) the K.valVolstead cutse Colonel Lviu will not be able to retain the office. Mr. Van Leaf; of cciurse, made. sich statement. *Tbhre s~rs la large amount of cor k'uption bdt at the gpoling boo ths i' bh 1uying otes by afe 100 per cent ,niericag forces. Some kind. "of a dent was m znade iph v shblent blind p, and managers of houses fl- ae which threw alt the under-world Vote to the candidate whb ran on his Alncanism v&Any league farm would ihave liad difficulty in con to lhng his sensae` of humor if he had heaird any of tie a1h VA-Van Lear speakers. The sense-or rather nonsense-of thtir ;rtarks was that Van Lear mighi not so bad but he was con td,, with those dreadful Nohpartisaiz leaguers. The city would be t4kit by Townley if Van Lear waa,,)ected. OQly. last ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 17 June 1921

£'. - , 'I= " AR~AM tº~ - u - lOCAL_ NEws :-. C. Helland gave a dinner Tuesday in honor of Mr. birthday. LAXSEED see BOLSTER, Mont. 44t. els nice flax seed for sale. LEY IMPLEMENT CO. r * romstead and Frank Murr of were in the city on business 9** fable Products, use The Mc s-Wait for the Mo 10 S. Olson and son leaves to extended vacation at her hurches Ferry, N. D. ** * our seed corn, millet, Sudan Spelts new. HELLAND *$3 Comer and Court Reporter holding court at Poplar, nd Malta this week. cent Discount for cash on at HELLAND-STRAND E. 2-tf * * * E. Gustafson entertained at ýt night in honor of Mrs. n and Mrs. Redmond. 1*S ronvold of Plentywood has inted deputy sheriff to fill v caused by the resignation derlicni. * ** 1 MADE BREAD for sale at KOMPAN'S. * * * ll of Redstone and A. P. Flaxville were county seat esday of this week. Mrs., Gus VahI of 'IW hite 1'isito!s in this city this pint and attending to husi * * * Occident Wheat Feed, a d Bran at right price. 2 INGWAL$ON & C...

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. — 17 June 1921

Cu Dr. LaBerge returned home Tues-a day. e y rcie Mr C. H. Benti-y received a beau Miss Giuida. Stagei ex,ý arniv vi~ze Saturday from Ci"osý:y`hijgh stool a senior' for, next Year.rS Mr. and Mrs. AIlhur erghi have set up housekeeping in the residence just across the Soo tracks. All, that heard the -adress given at the school house by Rev. Mr. Erick soh speak highly of it. Attorney Bentley and Cashier Aun ger of the First National transacted business at Plentywood Monday. Sig Otheim spent Sunday at home I and Monday took his little daughter with him out on a two-week's trip. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Skeels enter tained the Walter King family. Mrs. Mitchell and Louise Schloesser at turkey dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Miller will leave next week for a motor trip west, stopping at Culbertson, Glasgow to visit their daughter, Doris, and then on to Malta. Miss Bertha Hilmer, Crosby teach er, arrived Monday for a visit with Miss Myra Kittleson. Miss Hilmer is thinking of taking a summer cou...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 17 June 1921

OUR Y O p Perhapsile )f t e 1."' * M~small But themes operative covCet 1s f4 a n~-jn ad A4 paid all ksse~ f oý per cent. YOUR PATRONAGE WILL BE APPRECIATED pary WIl THEY WH A 41 RPA lE ANTELOPE 1 Boyer, state agent f~or the Lin Mr ational Life Insifrance, was "a ýjness caller at the First National k the- last of the week, drumming a little Insurance business. Fe glaze and C. A. Foster made 1ip the county seat Q1n Saturday rnoon. John Grayson made a business trip plentywood on Saturday .f last eek. The Blake family spent Sunday af moon visiting old friends f~rom orth Dakota who now live at ',enr ood.. Banker McKee of the First ]Ration Bank of Plenty wood was a business ler in the big little qcity Monday teriloon. Weldon Richardson of' the- west trN, was a visitor in the little org ezrly Mgndayt afternoon. Fred Morek was at the county seat turday on business. Rev. Edward Sands bheld 'seryek in e Congregational church: `Sunday ening. C. Sunstad, who wa# taken to- the illiston hospital ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 17 June 1921

31-~ ~u ned. Wew& yin to compt Merch afld ph~~I: scp1~t weffer is on f9 ~ prices, as w0 lwthe 1aieQthhpaM below t oýr listing o y a few of Store IJune 21 P ,-7 Al-_ý. 1 NO W AI.Shoes. WEATHERBIRDw This wonderful Coffee Good Canvas Gloves, Ca.. Thkk hed .iec 2 Pairs f or ...... ..from, our roasters Rockford Sox, undier htigh. 2. PairsfIor-------..... .25c Men's Dress Sox, I pessure. 3 Pairsaf or ..----------..U. S 35ie Men's Dress Sex, 5. E) 2lPair for -CGOCeres. 50c Men's Dress S, Large Pkg. Matches, ahSoewnHv dsm 3 Pairs for 1 lb. Seal Bmn Cofee, Sal Price.----------......27 Piece Goods. Ends of Shoes on Tables 50c value . -----.--...40 Walnuts, extra special, Men's Heavy Work 95 2 lb1 SelBi Tea, Pkr lb.-------------.........19 Unblcached Sheeting,VEYSEILPK ý Iea,... u k 4e"z ova 45 val ue. ''ý 1r .5-- ,- - 0 o Prues pe lb. .15 per k ,*- - - - - - -1 1 ,.. .i lb . Sea BrndTe Thc Corbn i Ydh fo-------23 0 PER . CEN DIS1 ails . ...W 90c value . . . .....---.75 Flakes ------------...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 24 June 1921

. 4 y . R t'y s ,x- - :-1 jy, No 11rmITh~~I a wýý t~ Ail ti. >a i.' 3~ ·Q~--~~~~;Ym·: c~r-'ru t:-i ·F-'~u:;L u a~:, :~ .p ·t ··c·r: ;:-~ -a i ·i~ C ::r: ;; .II n·· tr ir ·ri i$rrZT:i :II.-. 2- ii rr I ..I: ur.- li· r..rz. r,. -:+" ·t:~" 'z; .. i r~ rBc~ ·.-;~·~sa~BR;~tr.cLt;c' Niteested Parties-y :.'ý.bo With Payiswtig~ji Three and o ne hainPn! 000 With " C ONEY GUARANWl * CO mttment Ratified Th kyýb Subject tq the Acce of Mn& Tru Company of Minneapplia. yYERS GET A VERY ROOD 5ETI * MENT, EVEIYTHINGSONqS lT Saturdlay afternoon, the'aittor gasegotiating the settlement be teen T. L. Beiseker and the Sheri County State Bank, and Sheridan :' reache(d an agreement which S~ edby A. T. Vollum and l;yele. & Baldwin for Sheridan ~ lnty and A. W- Netcher of Fessen e, son-in-law of T. L. Beiseker and ,i confidential agent, and George hurd of the law firm of Norris, .lurd & Rhoades of Great Falls, and On td & Greer of Plentywood, repre senting T. L. Beiseker of Fesseniden, N....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 24 June 1921

Newof BrSi*Ief c14@ts GorMnl toe 11 1, Treasurew.t :S S The water of the Guatina, Maiaion and Jefferson rivers we ed t>h... , est point )nown in five years in Galla tin county. The county cot4mjiroe e= se1nt out specidl trews to look " rftr the bridges. The Yellowstohtet ·Is andet. water for half n mile between Logan and Three Forks but special guards are there and the poad*ay is , till being used. 0 o The business men of Glendive are tarning out in large numbers to attend the varlous picnics of .the Dawson #Eunty farm picnics being held throughout the county this week. To -show the farmer that they are ready to co-operate in every way pos sible with tWeir country couesin, each ear carries a banner showing that they are members of the Glendive Chamber of Commerce and each member wears a badge giving his name and business. o0 P. M. Monohan of Anaconda, was elected chief ranger at the state con vention of the Catholic Order of For esters, which concluded its triannual two-day sessi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 24 June 1921

ofthe lea r. Than' SFamily MO " t S$1,369,000, .. toi -" _ _ _ _~i N D. C..-Govmn r the year 1921, from July 1 this year to Ser, will be $5,602,000, 1;. Secretary of the Mellon. . the Democratic secretary . nnounced that the Srisr be $5,064,000,000 .licans made the promise Vsigorously one of the chief Stheir Campaign. the 1920 election the Repub Magress advertised a cut' to I0,00, but now we find that . _are actually $600,000,000 the Democratic secretary, as necessary. This $600, i ncrease amounts to about .$6 Spersn in the United States, the total expense to $53.30 per or $266.50 for the average y of five persons. factors account for these expenses: The unparalleled appropriations militarism. ltetrest and sinking funds for war debt. Juggling and wasting of funds ungressional leaders to keep up fences. ile President Harding is making es deploring war, the whisper around the legislative lobbies as e administration attitude is just opposite. When the senate added 000,000 over what the...

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. — 24 June 1921

THE PRODUCER 'NEWS PAPF.. OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE ?.#~0-' OR THE PEOPLE __ "Continuing the PUT· OTER _ :.. PEOPLES PUBLISHING . COF~iA , PUBLISHER Entered as Second Class Matter, Qctober 18, 1912, at the Post office at Plentywood, Montana. Under the Act of March 3, 1879. CHARLES E. TAYLOR, Editor and Manager. * Foreign Advertising Representative I . THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION . Quack, .fraudulent.and irresponsible firms are not. knowingly advertiýd, and we will take it as a favor if any reader will advise us pron'ptly should they. have occasion to doubt or question the re I abilit -.of any firm which patronizes our advertising columns. "FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1921 BIG CELEBRATION AT BRUSH LAKE FOURT OF JULY Brush Lake, July, .3rd and' 4th! tl Independenc Day 4il' be celebrateld at this poputlar amusement park for 0 two full days crowded with ;etertai.-; r ment for all. Hovind's Wonderful a orchestra will start the furtbly -tifr nislhing musc for the dance on Sat- g urday night: July 2nd...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 24 June 1921

COMPLETE STOCK OF H$AE,HARMNESS PAINTS, MILLET 177.. ILAD STRANDi p LNTY WOOD, MONTANA . JOCAL NEWS AXSEED see BOLSTER, SMont. *4-tf. *ont. Hanson was a county seat 'esday from Raymond. hels nice flax seed for sale. .LEY IMPLEM ENT CO. ordby of Raymond called at fs office Monday. our seed corn, millet, Sudan Spelts now. HELLAND Brightsman from the Doo r was in the county seat on business. ntz and daughters Lola and ere shopping and looking af ss in the county seat from e near Outlook. * $ * iable Products. use The Mc ucts--Wait for the Mc 10 elson, Joe Burnham and Mr. Swen Rydberg of Outlook ver to the county seat Wed business matters. * * * cent Discount for cash on at HELLAND-STRAND \RE. 2-tf ** * trand and Adolph Anderson were Plentywood visitors v of this week. MADE BREAD for sale at N KOMPAN'S. Walders, Reuben Seaberg Stoner were business visit tywood from Outlook Wed teffler of Dooley has been inity the past week em a road truck making road nrts. * * I Occident Wheat Feed, d B...

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. — 24 June 1921

,, Mr. Ms ~* Miss hire, a .grl sý ' tae: paEso kl at -one tami. a 'the Fr d' r . _ , x '"t..-. da tir fo iMt.s di. is theya M sotaf Ed. relonan family lft itl da~y n nrn ag for ii ktota arid. est fora aot ' va The . isses Esther Geiser, Bessie Lipscomb, Marguerite. Ad~Lm ,s Severie Scott left Thursday for 1). Ion, M4i1t., to attend the State Norm Mr. and Mrs. Chris Jacobsen -r .turned Tuesday from a several day auto tttp to Miiot wimeie they their daughter Alice f"r #nedic"4 tention • S J. W. Schnitzler and f inairen ed Tuesday f rotn Minoti.inal ~ aew Buick coupe. Mr. Schnitaler. that nowhere in jhat section of Dakott, did 'he find crops. n as ood condition as ha .W: A. Wheeler and .inglnter=R and Mr. and Mrs. John Miller wr, at Plenitywood Tuesday :to hoear X O'Hare deliver her lecture "Crime ara (finiuinals." They report a go.d"at tendnce and an interesting nleeting. Miisses Laura and h.een Loueks .who have been atte ni g' %e : e Nor.inal School at J'Ski s re expected ho dt eek, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 24 June 1921

" °-. ( jIEYOUR CROPS IN Perhaps the Only suses $s U. .sr s r* .. Most all other coupne io .bZ. But the" EQUIY Ic operative concern is still cli o - paid all losses nfull in 1920. s. Itis a safe and cheap company in which to by y-_ . sa .. 8 per cept the lmit for potecna ad it ..y be - as 4 per cent. YOUR PA.'RONAGt W BE APtRECIAWD WAIT FOR arry Wil bansor Cisth AGENTS SRESERVE, MONTANA THEYl WILL CALLOR DROP A LINE ROUNDUP -ng Items from Our and Staff Writers ANTELOPE and Mrs. Alfred Hoven made a to the county seat the last of the Miller of the northeast coun was transacting business here on y. ton Jorgensen was transacting iness in the little city on Satuirday noon of last week. uctioneer Jensen's father of Medi Lake is visiting at the Jenseni . E. Osborne and SW. H. Birch of ora spent a few days the last of week visiting at the R. B. Os-. home south of town. Olson made a trip to Plenty SMonday to attend to some busi matters at the county seat. e Blake family were down to cine Lak...

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. — 24 June 1921

VflKLw4 k~'iLZY SDrolught wt tion . t S)Dakota ean ine'ted .with n rust andcor it spring) wii sufient vitality & pllthe :plantis through :the pre Sgrowing condition and acreage v estimates indicate Canadian Whea-t if. productdwion about ad100 millon ithels better than last yea tr. Sthe large figures in export business to which the trad hast been athe ut tacks. which tlis -year have made their appfeaanc earlier than usutal. In Canada growing conditions are reported excellent. Based on the the dgrowinem condition notind acreage vte esfimates indicate Canadian Wheat 'production about 100 million bushels better than last year. sibThe large figures in export buiness to which the trade has been accuatonm ed slumped off considerably last, week, especially in Corn. There were-some more sales of ne Wheat via G influence of weabut the deanand is noticebly less Govern eign Efrhange has again su1eeredn acumente weakness and is mostly ro Jun sible for the present lull in forgkM trade. I -Mar...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 1 July 1921

,1 411 c'6' Ie a, Number 12 aAd vY Ziad Far rrice De t. §U. ... Business "St £ . ,, . , . .. ... ., , . . L, . . .... uess Glee Tun to ier Tears, ASit R .aD ". iHa. 'jiled Goose That Laid Golden Egg." CONFERENCES C.LED AT WASING N P. .organ and Other Wall Street Big Gun Visit President Harding--David Forgan Heads a -,unch: of Bearkers From Chicago-Republicans Unhappy As Panic Sets in.' ERAL RESERVE BANK IS BITTERLY BLAMED nator Smith of South Carolina, and Senator Heflin of Ala bama Denounce Reserve Bank-Calls It a Frankenstein That Is to Destroy Us. IROADS ARE IN A VERY BAD MUDDLE ow Want to Go Back to Government Ownership--Seaman Union Badly Hit-Military Program Reduced---Relief Legislation Blocked-Fake Packer Legislation Passed--. Business Body Fights Bonus. WASHINGTON WEEKLY NEWS LETTER By Walter W. Liggett Washington, D. C., June 29- There some big figures in Wall Street ese days who are wondering if the id "deflation" of the farmers last 1 did not almost "kill the goose that S...

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. — 1 July 1921

WE'LL *~ ,,~l . .e Swimming All Day T"Crank Up Old Lizzie Afterno AdDancing All Night .Join the Big Parade . The Nonpartisan Farmers of Williams and Divide coun"ies, North Dakota, are joining with the Nonpartisan Farmers of Sheri. dan and Roosevelt counties, Montana, or a uge Picnic, the ike S of which has never been held in Montana before, the -roceeds of which will go to help finance the Recall Ca paign brought against the Farm ers' Governmnent by the I. V. A. Plunderbund of that state. The Picnic will occur at e -I A number of Speakers of State and National Reputation will be present to ad. dress the Enormous Throng which will attend the Recall Picnic, namely: Attorney General Lempke of North Dakota, . S__L._ / Senator Anderson, Richland Co., Mont., Lamgue Ledder, Hon. H. B. Wingered, Co. Judge, Williams Co., N. D., -H. A. Nelson, Farmer, Williston, Williams Co., N. D., Hon. Hans Dixoni Farmer, Slheridan Co., Mont A Collection Will Be Take I The management of the Picnic is under ...

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. — 1 July 1921

COMPLETE STOCK OF AU ARE IIARNFSS N CORN GRASS SEEDS S MLLFT pLNTYWOOD, MOWC ,AN TY BROS. all that is new, novel and e in the presentation of nmals performances, Chris Wild Animal Exposition will in Plentywood, Thursday, July g two performances only, at 2:00 and evening at 8 reds of wild dometic animals y educated and finished ac resenting their performance ck-like precision. Among the of the animals numbers are. Bros. $10,000 group of per Black Maned African Lions. of performing Black Bears almost human intelligence in tation of their many dis The World Famous Mixed of performing Elephants, Ze rses and dogs, a combination ore successfully trained ex and the marvelous perform ,retty dancing ponies beau ' School and Manage Horses, Monkey, Riding Dogs, goats p are but a few of the many to kids, from . six to sixty, Bros. have mobilized all the of Clownland into one vast .f-fun markers and the skits, and travesties offered by ous gloom chasers create an chain of real health-giving of t...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 1 July 1921

of etP OMFnTIa. CH{ARLES E. TA'YLO' Udter .i M~aaer . Quack, fritzdulet anad rresoai~be fr are mt* lnoaaly advertlasctrdgd t wll take it, as a favor If AWSr reSr will ake us promptly sIwould they ade .h c nao to doubt or questiomthe re-. " liability of any frir which patronizeg tur Mrttislug i.inm. FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1921 SMARKET REF No. 1 Dark No.thern.. ....A....'..... 1j No. 1 Durut .. .......................... .. . Flax .... ....... ............................. -4 Barley .............. ... ...... ..... .... _. Rye .................................... .......... . Oats ...................... .... .............. FIqur, 100 lbs. .......-.... ............ . - -- b, Butter Fat ........................... Middlings, 100 lbs............ .... . 1.5. Bran, per 100 lbs............-- ......... 1.50 DAY APPOINTED ACCOUNTANT FOR .AMERICAN LEGION Clever Young Accountant, in Plenty wood, Assisting Special Acceeantnt Grant Hoage, Secures Fine Job • With American Legion, HAS REMARKABLE WAR RECORD...

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