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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 1 July 1921

,OOO ACRES SEP FUND FOR THE LANO, T MAKES SELECTIONS ffOM U. S. POSSIBLE OF THE CAPITAL CITY AutOmobiles Already Registered gainst Total of 61,000 for Dole ast year.--Officers Nab Cars Without Tags .Monýana is to receive from n gove¶.ment 50,000 acres of sland this summer. This Cil08 from lieu selections made b Sto for land on school sections rveyed townships which had tea by "Msqutters." The gov rcogn.k.s the prior right of tter," but reimburses the trough opening its other lands vection. pWhiPPte state land agent, an that these lieu selections will de at once. The action of the land hoard on Tuesday in in pg the allotment of his depart fron $11.000 to 18.000 for the C .kest possible a continuation of ork. Wh-ich had been curtailed by ,sller ,pproprlntion. Haste Is Vital. d the in(rease not been granted, C FWhipple seid, the selections could have been made this year. and at rate the public domain is passing the hands of h.onmesteaders, the 1ity of 1iTt reiValitnmil would ste-ad- a ...

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. — 1 July 1921

t i Midsummer is here! The glorious Fourth of July is at hand! Most young men are buying Suits, Ties, Hats, Hose, Shoes, and many ohr personal things in anticipation. of the event-the young Ladies are also making preparation for the day, andparents are contemplating ;e buying of new things for the hidren. - , . *These .. Rye Harvest and Haying will .son be in full blast and it is time to lay in a supply of Groceries and buy the boys and girls clothesT s and shoes needed for the work. . . Prices So, in ord4r to supply the needs of our numerous customers, in season, at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES, and to clean out our rCes stock, and get ready for the Autumn shipments, and to RAISE NEEDED CASH, we are offering the following ROCK BOTTOM Prices on A Are items mentioned below, FOR CASH ONLY, in a Mid-Summer or Fourth of July Sale. In making these slashes in pricesiwe anticipate a big rush of business all of the week, beginning SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 2nd, For and ending SATURDAY NIGHT at i...

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. — 1 July 1921

S ROUI g Items Irom Ou and Staff WritM on * itth. ho has ee is .i . for the past two years _ in Mi Mrs. G. Rogney and fami. t the first of the week at Wil s -and wife of Homestead visitors Wednesday. after W arbo, John Anderson and Lo"f were at Plentywood b usiness. ,n left Thursday for Lew Mont., to attend the state Sof the American Legion. F. L. Darland is enjoyin_ a . s weekfrom her sister, 1rs. hreise of Rudyard, this state, . B. et Mrs. Louis Berger returned .ay morning from a three weeks th relaties in Audabon, Iowa. baby girl n as born to Mr. and. bGlen Sg ank, Monday, June Mother and baby doing fne, paddY Swank tickled to death. isses wLaura and Kathleeti e issedhome last Saturday Valley City, N. D., to spend vacation with their parents, Mr. Mrs. J. T. °Loucks. Fred Scharette and family are rgdon, N. D., this week for an ded visit with relatives. Before g she . ill visit at Grand and other North Dakota points. Seiort Dahl, who has been at eng the Fargo Agricultural Col is ho...

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. — 1 July 1921

x t t"46 m r , .te w~~ BR i' Order Your Monumeut dreet from the fd. WE CAN SAVE ONEY Calio on a PEDER Comertawn, Meat. • . . ( REAL ESTAE TRANSFERS R. L. Welliver et ux to : G6 Steele, Price Lewis, IR E. Gus9ab warranty deed.. lot 1, bl _ , 1Pletpwood O'gj i 1 block IZ - '1 b ·-ýa +-:Jr *º aib d Sa~l auder More than ft~freirht ea~~me.qrwvs unrý - dw i.S~ and Shdpe. +e ready`& To yuseU where athe. tar. d i~ic had become buat a met oy are now found. one se yon * ~~ns ofa eratlo seadan he avweuthe -att f of the It ofh l thea seven s e a s . - t. kee e e -the* taa and .i4itrighfu pac ll over the by ayaieaiutd ahips. * "we canaot sal M eefhU wstshei whenever posuible. r ! atO' of17Sae tritN mi stcra -N Cam 36hc NOWw Yt ogk,~1 1? Seat's Stress. ýeka~ sa~vr 3ý 5: Gw ?4swee* N v -..f Ir. t - t hbf~sraa PPý-f ý.1&sv `1S w~e~gY AT Brush Lake, July 3rd and h 1t l dipaedence Day will be celebrated t' s popular amusement park for two full days crowded with enterti"a ment for all. Hovind'...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 1 July 1921

uOC ALi tthe LegiOn dam Sat Acu.e Repairs Now. -oL.tTEBR SONS, INC. son made a buisiness jtri Poitnd Scobey thisweeL ent iscount for cash r n r iELLAND-STRAN.. st 2-t ~,e nroth of Williston was Sin this ity Tuesday of this Sproducts, use The Mo. .tsW--Wait for the Mi il,. F. D. Morck of Ante cunty seat visitors Tuesday MADE BREAD for sale at - OMPAN S. Fishbeck returned the first from a business trip to of Scobey was a busi at the county seat the the week. gs* - Occident Wheat Feed, ald Bran at right pria INGWALSON & CO. SFarZel of Billings with the Adding Machine Company caller here the fore wee5 ~oklie of Coalridge attend matters at the Sheri. State Bank the forepart )* * r R. G. Tyler of Home re to this city the middle in regard to the grass SALE-Manson Campbell for cleaning seed 0D-STRAND, Plea Tobiason, who has been the week with her parents returned to this city Irepresenting the Tribune A Supply Co. of Great . .business here the this week. L. Houston of Poplar .ng to busi...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 1 July 1921

WASHINGL LE IT1ER. Five From Eac Body to Stdy n d .R. Days-Weeks Asks That to A ministration, as Onlyr Comt.:. etrywhbere Turned Down C perd i cution of .War Grafters P~Oised-Tei.le i. Bams SSand Submarine to Bottom--Another Great B.obivik Plot "Discovered." Washington, D. C.-A joint com mission of five senators finve oi ' members has been formed to Sty. r the agriculturai-situation - with .. spect to4ipossible legislation. Hearings will be' held in `different parts of the country, and the report is expected to be ready within 90 The fo11owing point ii covered in the commission's investigation: 1. Causes of the present oondition in agriculture. 2. Causes of differences between the prices paid the producer and the .prices paid by the ultimate Consuma er. "3. Comparative, i4I n of iMus tries other thai agri. .e.: 4. Relation of prices of other com modities to the prices aO Lfarm prqd ucts. 5. Banking and, financial resource and credits of the country affecting agriculture. .Senator Le...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 1 July 1921

flEc "K -.01no'SElectin eet ofn Co lonel Geoi~ eletio of Minneapol..sIb S mayor of 78,576 to 64,5.05 (oliCan Lear illustrates two ower f mob thinking, or pe P tehinkig, promoted -by o lad f _and unlimited money. .ipummedliate need of educate The women voters away from mob method of rounding them "1.ome in fine clothes and et.v wome called on.the poorer me cars,h would begin: "You are S-erican, of course. You. are, Ycou m.ust .help Us save the i these terrible Bolsheviks' hfrom pples ho ruined North Da the pe l Leach was a splendid Col is such a wonderful gewn r e will be a great honoer- to citY- gentleman of the society Sfine ntly does not carry .Jis ebvide bonli the select circle behavior1 coat. LHe -arned his l that if Van Lear, was elected old thautl not lie a decent place jity , a.tho.b N'"o Lear had giv tre in, .t\ o years' admiristra, ithe hcitah. Leach could find no lie accujse! oti calli n the t. .ie accu '' on the. -ord of an a "di. i.cte fio. S.. uperior, rnd he malze othe...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 1 July 1921

I.nsure y.. r c.,o i. y .r o.rn Company. Reduce the eost Oy.f yeor Hail Insuranseey Two. Insure in THE EQUITY MUTUAL IN$SUX. ANCE CO. Our rates are 8 per cent this year. Why pay more. For further Information address H. G. SAIINEY Agent ANTELOPE, MONT. Representative for Antelope, Plebi tywood, Raymond and Dooley DistriCts. BRMS COAL SIRIKE ENSI Agreement, is Reached Be tween Men and Owners Work Will Be Resumed Next Week After Three Months' Idleness. London, June 27. (By the Associ ated Press.)-A provisional agree ment was reached this evening by the striking coal miners and the mine owners by which the coal strike, which *has been in progress some three months, will terminate. The men will resume work next week. London, June 27.-(By the Asso ciated Press)--The conference of the coal mine owners, the striking miners and representatives of the govern ment, in' another effort to reach a solution of the coal strike began to day. Newspapers predicted that a settle of the dispute would re...

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. — 8 July 1921

; , + 1 ý " . a , ' t ' a . `4 ;,ý ý a ý s : - kff `' ' w . r , :f4 ' .ý 1 { b ~ 1 r r °' 4 "ý y ý ýiý.a ý ta-, .ý. - 'ýy ` tcý + .l ý ký a ^ x -". $ `*.., e , y < ' }j ý IV, No18 }d,~ U'''6 ongre S 011aI; COO"-·-·· ...g iM . preident Slight Fay s-w Farm Bureau--Rac tion i Far problems and R s de d sgATOR LADD OF NORTH DAi M Ouse Committee of AgriculItui No Bete n Lawyers and Farmer Hating Potici 4xeis jerry Bacon. COMMISSION HAS WIDE SCOPE TO EVIDENCE Better Grain Grades Probable--Senator' d Gives Test mony on Milling Value of Difret a . . heat Others Testify on Way Farmers ar Fleeces MINNESOTA FIRE SUFFERERS RELEF PROMISED WASHINGTON WEEKLY NEWS LETTER By Walter W. Liggett Washington, D. C., July 7.-In my letter of three weeks .ago I predicted that Senator Ladd probably would be named as a member of the joint Con ,,onal commission on agricultural nluiry which was authorized by the Lenroot commission. This was , the general opinion in Congressional cir des at the time. Not only ...

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. — 8 July 1921

wBY p'THE H0SoERY m f STORE BOYS, .We are.-Showing a Fine Display of usa LADIES' SUITS ( HATS DRESSES LINGEREE All the Latest Styles ;and Colors Come in and Let Us Show You Some Real *. Bargains Plentywood, Montana IN THE WAKE OF THE NEWS Simonds' View F rank M. Simonds, well-know:n conservative writer on the war while c it was going on and since, predicted in an article last weej that big busi ness may prevent all future wars. As a sign he sees where "Mr. Hughes 1 and Mr. Hoover are very frankly I shaping our foreign pJolicy in conform- I ity with-.our economic and 1inr.acial 1 interests." it ''he theory is one we have previ- 1 ously stated in these columns. Gen eral war is a clash between rival cap italistic interests. Give one group, a such as an Anglo-American banking a group, domination over the rest and v there would be only petty wars to ex- t tend its tyranny or to put iown re- d volt from within. Simonds sees world 1 affairs shaping up this way under a V new super-governmen...

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. — 8 July 1921

OLEGE FINDtQS Uli Ai10O IN NEWS station picked Up Press on Night When Aurora Bothered , hen electrical distur -oke IP wire communication iro on last week and crippled re service of daily news fe PChronicle received press through the ,tssistance of the station at Montana state mtl t on the night of the rI'Peft e trouble. the government re re tr:dOo station to handle press 0d this material the col ireless was able to pick up for. lcle. .te following day the state eoPl .tered the use of its radio service Isppers within a reasonable dis y telephone and arrangements i made to handle press material es and long distance 'phone. the wires were again in com andl the wireless not needed, iless station "stood by" for the the paper. The work of the station here attracted con le attention. state college wireless station, 1 rate in the electrical engineering went of the college under Prof. Thaler, can receive from ay of the United States and f:a t distances out in the ocean. With wireless telegra...

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. — 8 July 1921

Pf'APE OF TRE PUO? M P PLE _ o__s Con tapWamp 6 o o Entered a di Scl office at PiePtywooa&l :Moni.g fIer tf t of 3 ., a ;For eig d v ti T E M l C , At . . : Quack, fau hle anirrn sjoBsible firms are not knowingly advertised, 'and w :Wtill take it s a favor if any reader will advise us promlptly should they have oc.io to 'doubt' or qittiod e .e e . liability of any firm which patronizes our advertiiing columns. FRIDAYt LY S, 1921 : , "PITTSBURGH PLUS" The "P ttsburgh Plus" method ofixin iroaid asteeri 4s tention because it isý heavy burden'o.i firg e of Northwest. -} T ;mat e. tht n l: " Sfo Cummins-E ch 1i1road act me ..the : eo ta notht steel users can hardly co ue to do manuf. a .orvwest• All iis are ,indirectly or .:. 9f products t m bTb A 1$ We ar for eýýaing chatis" , business. . In fait the organized r~rhe een ctes~ !. Lg.it+ttlls sort of thing ever "a.ce they became oirganied. ..The farmers stood for the Qiuest tonage tar wanted by general busi ess in Minkesota, for insta...

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. — 8 July 1921

5CAL NES C " ·r Fer B. Layhe re . rterom Glasgow. t McCoy has resigned S the Clerk & Recorders and familY of the Out S in. s Plentywood of Outlook was a SP sro the last of the RAceRepairs Now. 0i f & SONS, INC. both Grimms and Alfalfa-5 Helland Growon ý13,-t A. C. Jensen of, the e'dct brought the child . edCs Thursday. :st of the Outlook tei it ng to business in the _i. Wednesday. PE BREAD for sale at gOMPAN'S. and Jens Jensen, agmar farmers, were in on business Tuesday. er of Raymond transacted bore the latter part of the le products, use The Mc ts..-Wait for the Mc 10 Herron of Raymond was the middle of the week, e dental work done. ckood of Glasgow trans iness here Tuesday of this isler of the RBaymond pre a county seat business vis r part of last week. Anderson returned Friday stown, where he attended can Legion convention. Grady is in from the farm ymond precinct, spending a in town. * * illiam Slinners left Tuesday where she will visit with ter, Mrs. Wilbur Cole of * *...

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. — 8 July 1921

WASHN . - .. Beef Trust Lobby Gets What it Wa.yi-C+oWinesm Wll Pretend They Are WAidin Fner l Tax Is Pushed Hard--Bankers Ask That Payment of German Indemni ty Be Delayed-Shipping Board Funds aid Scands. to Be Buried--Western Bake S Again st Allied Debt fudi Stering f So. lh 4 kq -t d-. . w Se. dition SilO § r YS Washington, D. C.-At last .. the packing trust has the packer control efforts just about where it wantsj them: . Thne senate has turne doawn the bill supported by such men as LaFol- a lette, Kenyon, Norris arnd LZadd aMd c the. house .bill has been substituted. t And the house bill is, of course, for and by'the packers. It is a bill drta by lobbyis ts8 h aaice set pe reg i lations to lep -e fhe rs Uiet fior a time and to- enabil the paý ? . to 1 do just as they 'lWays have done. . In speaking 6f the house bill Senr ator La Follette said: "I: have here in my hand a copy 'of the house bill as it -was originally in. troduced. It contains a number of suggestion written in bandw...

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. — 8 July 1921

ROUNDUP Itens from Our &nd Staff writ. -ELOPE Wi 1. of Grenora '"as a visitor here on Saturday af was a Antelope caller afto. iernoni were in the G 5o ppifng the latter part of of the northwest coun ý:citini l business here the the week. rootel on the last of the week but is s ved at this writing. idpomnerleha and children Svisiting with friends e.e t Medicine Lake. reaBrown . o(f Helena, rep v the Montana Children's se hereof the last of the week for the maintelnance of that ti.n. .Clara and Susie Fraley tead who have been visiting d-ne -Miss Ade.ia Grams told ch to their home the first weendrickson who is assisting the work at the Clerk & Record the woP.lenty.wood, snent Sun the home of her parents here. car loads of Dooley folks down Sunday and held a pienic Muddy near the Loutzenhiser The Dooley S. S. gave the d picnic. and Mrs. A. R. Strom spent here visiting friends and get liee sapplies for the Scobey Mr. Strom tells us that he is a good business at the new and that t...

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. — 8 July 1921

- r ý4' cempimy. ".4u. .the Sst your lail Insurance by Two .. year. Why pay ~ ore. For further information -.red Distrets I. COUNTY WAGE WAR ON 4RASSHOPP County Commissioners Mix for Distressed Farmers-Po ing Distributed in Large Qu ie. to Several Different Parts of the County. About ten days ago, reports: received by the county authei simultaneously from several se brat ed parts of the county to the, -ff ing serious damage or were t* ing to do so. The county aut immediately got into touch proper official of the Departmentof Agriculture, and Prof. Lockwood- was sent up to look over the field and the County Commissioners immediately. took action under the state law to provide poison for the infested ter. ritory. Commissioner Ibseh is in ciharge of the grasshopper poison campaign work- and has opened a mixing shed across the street from the Montana Motor Company's garage on Main street, which is also being used as a distributing depot. A- large quantity of poison has been distributed ...

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. — 15 July 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. — 15 July 1921

Sw are jhowina . the Latest y and Colors · I Elgin Cafe We want your business and try to please Everyone. We serve only the. best of eat ables all the time., Plentywood L Montana 0 . . THEPRODUCERSNEWS, $3.00 A YEAR S..ij . I soldon- ~ by dealers The best fabric tire . S msadefor heavyservice Sor rOugh roads - Ezm Ply --He º Tr8ad .·: -4; ? -lo i ýr y ·i sonia Pansthe wh I! r " M'Vg fa ,or ter Sn of he can vote the same way nexttm{ne. [farmers b ecau se ,s6many of them ca e he i a tsee the clevere pot liticalssyfoot in uteiatcalled heeirto mindwas Sergi than a man like Senator Nel f ine thing in the last issue of Cap seA nate ai then - ll i his a cashfor a eons for morex- abouseit how bad it is soeing peple will the Usendhim bates Chand Ir the can votethe same way mbert time. Heris grobious raeap to ansas 'fapprmers Weeklcasmany does them can ition seofe through clver political foottom thae thing in the last issue of Cap per's "Big businesomeths was paing we have mentioned before be...

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. — 15 July 1921

NTANA COP REPORT of State are Very Dry Psparts Doing Much Dam opesSectioens-Showes Sany Portions of State and Hay Crop is Universal Over July .-Showers or heavy are reporied frlom sixteen ou are reontana counties for .the teen " July 2 by the Depart f griulture. Six counties re g from insects, and one, grts some red rust is in osshoppers have done pe in Fergus county, some havge ing been practically There haingcrop outlook in Teton ye other than irrigated land, Only a heavy rain will heat where not on summer Swheav' hay crop is report Sll districts in the state. ed reports by counties are ,oWS reather very hot, but Yals in several sections im -1tions. Early wheat head and 0ooking fine. Some red t ih evidence. Oats looking s con excellent shape. First ; falfa yielded well. Pastures ent condition. .all eather conditions favor-. About t' o inches of rafall the week. General growing o g`erood Small grain dam in so gme ocalities but now conm Ssoood shape. First cutting al beeing harveste...

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. — 15 July 1921

PAP'~LOFT~* "i'ffe at Piit1d ik 1c L 1879. " AhtA R LEi" 4 x - 4 x... Re adv~ ~rms11arsly Pofc atP4et wod.o ;' iet i E~t".. r ad ger Entdve3er`: .and reec~7~~i ·fis~ tasp `:d oubt or questifa the . liabiity of any fim . dvertising -:~:si. · w I B'C" "r. ý' .~.'.% : .1 y r y ý ý ". C " 2 -. Briefs All ,4*e. Same Ur Lost inm _ui4% Scobey Sentiitnel: e deimurre, de fendant's brief on entufrer,: relat or's reply brief askd responlda 'brief are all in the hands of Judge C. E. Comer,' and wee soi f el VI.Il~h in the timeati.put.e .. - S are awaiting with interest e dec sion of the judge.' Brief on Demurrer. In preparing the brief on demrr rer, Martin's attorneys, Norris, Huivird and Rhoades of Great Fails, made, one ,.reply :to the first ten chargesS which reply may be summqde:up in; one. statement. In it the attorneys main tain that: ."The sheriff cannot be - removed ' from office for 'acts done prior,to his present term of office." To substantiate this they cite de cision from the state...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
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