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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 15 July 1921

-, I~i ) · LOCAL and Marie Chap.man a. 0ond Sunday. S~!bcock is spending the ottage at Brush Lake.1 Acme Repairs fow, oLr ER & SONS, INC. iienmfrickson of Antelope Ot°ity Tuesday, having some rk done. 3ohn5° of Great Falls St art of the week here to asme ý min atters. Thompson of Scoley trans here the forepart of oster left Monday for Man p, after visiting here for a SMrs3. Win. Herron of Ray - in visiting the dentist the the ek. * ýmson5 was at Willi ~ton hpart of the week consult'ing specialit* s. and Mrs. Hans Madsen of r the proud p:reats of. a by girl.* * E MAIAD BREAD for sale at 4N KOgiMPAN'S. $alph Williams and Mr. and ;rge Jackson and children of liver country, were business to Plentyw ood Thursday. * * i Occident Wheat Feed, ad Bran at right price. INGWALSON & CO. Lundquist of Poplar was a nthis city the last of, the oach of the Comertown coun in Plentywood Wednesday to rgo of hopper poison to be Lhis farm. eorge Bolster, §r., left Tues Iowa, where ~e was called t ...

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. — 15 July 1921

Mellon W-rites }"u Le. After Hus* Pa .ss Bil-WeWt '"V enCr Group Hold tUp 0wpesutouai Vacation-Russia Refuses to Admit Ak rieans Until Accorded Equal SRights--Investigation War Profiters Will Tale Big .Sit; Says DaughetyMthdit of New Haven, Con., Denounce Open ihappers as Un-Cristi a and Un-American. WASHINGTON, D. C.-"That this is not the time to impose several bil lions dollars of new liabilities on an already overburdened treasury" is the opinion of Secretary of the Tress uty Mellon on the propoed soildber bonus. His opinion was given Sut after the lower house had voted favorably on a cash bonus. Many congressmen were thus able to get themselves on record as being "favorable" to the ex-service men while undoubtedly assured that the ground was laid for killing. the bill in the senate and with adminis stration influence. "I should be derelich in my duty to the country and to the veterans them selves," Mellon wrote, "if I failed to give this warning of the inevitable financial conse...

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. — 15 July 1921

".L '_" .4 P "" k r, . s 4 r ,.· : ,1 t . .... - * WHNIH ALARMED , wou .THAT ;·A TI , ESPE iAL LY WHEN WHICHO CERTAiNLY are. SHE' POUND he'' THE REAL birdseed. THE WRONG p t FOR MAKING men S*.. . . AND INS. of eatmeal. TRILL THEIR Pipes for joy. HAD GIVE : `ham, ,bldet. 80 LAD Rf hubby. • . * * *, BUT DON'T think rom this. GOE8 AWAY whista THAT EVERY gr. YOU NEEDN'T wonrry YOU HEAR wrait. - ALL'S SWELL. e HAS NECESSARILY. BEEN ROBBING the canary., tEN oJl a a "liS • * Y Vte u thatf Chen a OTHER THINGS Inspire, whistr... You ,n ere THE ALMOST human male. stant you light arone-that the a . .. otobbecos m i are of piime se TO BLOW through his lips. lection, both Tulkish and Do. * * * - mestic. And the blend-well, AND MAKE shrill noises. You never tasted such smooth * * * ness and full-flavored body! No A RAISE, for example, wonder the "satisfy-blend" is o1 OR A day o whe. kept secret It €ca't be copied, OR . A day of!' .when. _ h A DOUBLE header is .n. IA sed oit d - G 91 CIG AR TTE U ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 15 July 1921

,;. I 7our ye` Compan1n R educe h e your; fail hi attace ° T £. THE EQUY )MUTUAL INI SU.f Oipramte ~ per c.. t.ie year. Why pay more, For further iatostm~atut *ug . A' B- ", s:`·x up" ~Ag~eut. e tativ® for AnteobpeP , ?1m tywood, Raylmiood and .Dooley Districts. . REDSTONE Sheriff Collins and Geo. A. Sim mons of Plentywood passed throu here Tuesday evening on their way home. Mr, and Mrs. C. B. Bull and daugh ter Harriet, accompanied by the -~di tor of the Review's children, att3ndted -the Christy Bros. circus at Plentywood Thursday afternoon. BORN-To Mr. and Mrs. K . 0. Carlson, on July 3rd, a da .Mother and daughter are * be getting along fine. Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Ha wean Flaxville visitors Wednesday bety trains. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Engebritsdn and daughter and Helen Bucklin were at Plentywood'Thursday afternoon.. attend the circus. Milo :lIis was a Williston bUsi. ness vislor Monday. A large-number of the Redsto'e people mCtored to Outlook Monday for ebration at that place. The ball ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 22 July 1921

AlAý s3. ý Lý n No.15a H E 1921 X k Ym . ,3~Guat~7Nmw and .w Aaa Lunty or___ C. or 9w-iontenpt 5ow Cause Served oh Conmissioners, Treenmft, 1. O r B. K. O'Grady, oi MondayBy er old. SET FOR MONDAY MORNINU M kes Last Effort to Collect Claim I'i e e Cburt of Montana Outlawed, By Ex -Hds-Hon. B. K. Wheeler Will Represent Olson O'Grady. CROWD WILL ATTEND COURT HEARING onday mornig, the long out and ofter_°d threatened r conterppt of court against; of County Commissioners county, and Clerk & Re . O'Grady, were places in' of the sheriff by James f the law office of Howard and the "Order to Show i ttions" andl `Copies of Affidavit in Proceedings *ng a Contempt of .Court" L. V. Lockwood, as plaintiff r, were served by Deputy Gionvold upon County Olson, Clerk & Recorder ad Commissioners Ibsen, Matkins, citing them to I ore the Hon. C. D. Borton, the District Court, presiding r, at the co rt house at Monday, July 25th, at .11 show cause why they should .shed for contempt. The as signe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 22 July 1921

Witer: ,A weaon .the ties reportinby Corn, with 1920, -bug Rha l ard-estii timely ;rsi` t "{ tide: M xrc~ the county thom the avebgeen of 't" a fair tut sevet l of thecont- eat er ing cops derl i a eo calities.,: odiin Fallon--No tali.h is sell plenty a d grains are, all in and corntis ma ... ý gains. -Hail dambledage Io several se.tions. Calsterlo-Nto prehljater Svery bhot; tu fou IeOB iSomel blentng ofcrs ii corersponding dll in Grasshoppers daoing Fergas. aWamiw has t heavy ; seions. o crops to of repb witk There is some crod4g "epord along land stabbIe in or not ,0l siderable damage in eat . part 4f dtfEa. bt ,s1 i~uu ~ ~ t4. .A JW*Ll.09 ý`I ., .` 1P1 'ý', } k~~~~~~~ 1-! E. wx ý4liýý* ~dbte 'E ,i agX iiw , $iUf . .p~a 1i sho0y Vý atnaiiin Iý, I - -h -1 ýp 1ots -ac~ ?,,U Tir ,~ a ti th* 14 2ack 41 lokiit t.~~i *y ut i~ 4 i .ý ` y- rei-s' i # ' 'U fS.'?j> 3 ý _' "m ,, - ý , ý,, ,ý ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ * I A *- I''! ý ,, ! ,,-ý 1,a,_ t _ A x y 'y 3 3.1'": F P! i ! r...

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. — 22 July 1921

ANA WEEKLY secording to 1920 census farms within its borders. ere were only 26,214, an in of 31,463 within 10 years or p n The value of all farm pa ntMontana for 1920 is as against $347,828,770 Q '0increase in the 10 years 32,538 or 181.5 per cent. lath Basin crops are best in 32 well at Wyola to be carried 4agow-North and South trail is ed for purposa of improvement Sine of road connecting the cen `a west directly with Canada by a 4 terugh Glasgow, Miles City tordan crossing the Missouri rv at Falls-Contract for construe 00,000 bridge over Clark's of te Columbia River is let. to construct 50-mile Skalka Orom Anaconda to Hamilton. '-No. 2 well of Thermo Cat Creek syndicate beat in with mated flush production of fromn to 500 bbls. oil daily. -155gowDrilling is resumed at or well. Hd-44,293 sheep are brought state since Jan. 1st. elena.4460,000 bond issue for tide district prospect in Carbon ot proproe outlook encouraging. Great Falls-Magnificent new the here nears completion. aj-Crop...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 22 July 1921

ý"HE NEWS * PA , ,. OF' fiE AxO.E ?k.~E FOR' PEOPL __ -Co~ntinuing tW r P tOO~ PROMOTER L ~OI'LES "PImT s~1%N `COMP.i ,':T, PU1LB1S11 Pl Entered ati Seeondt C~ass:l #'te ` Oetiober. IS, 1612. t -the Po tý= *etl'ee ar Plcntvw od .Montana, "inde r t.h-e 'Acts, of Ma c1 :ý R,9 F*ti" Xd4? isin~ lRr~es~i'rtive -4HEAtR ..X 3,-i5OA7dN Quack;. (' 1.vu1u :it and ii r~po~i1ýbie "hn rr1;are no:` '..rowingl' a~v't~q~ * ' ~ .1takei :i. a.. a for if-tl ~w rech;r w1! ad3"'..* u~ :rwcwi t? the., have 1-'casji,on to" 4ou`ýt or ctoution the v~a. ii~bhtvx chich, nati-olizes out adv ~i+1ing ecolurtnnw. FRIDAY, JULY 22,14 T. J. GRAP1 ! N. 4 BECOM H IT When speaking of the I S. Grain Growers, Incorporate4 .don't say 'Uuite4 States" Grain Growers. The company was legally incorporated as "U. i. Grains Growers rndorporatedose nhe asi an shorter cto speak To savoid-lusing the , whole ,Aar which, ayle tlwoughly diecriptive, is too long for common conversation, why not cell- the' advocates -and sinp porters of...

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. — 22 July 1921

Invew of the fact thatt Satrda, Jly30j ust beforeHavs etn vantage of the crowds and the o4 t We are featuing our Sh Ipo fshe inSheridan Co n xb t apm ' e 3 ! w~ ý es line inducerns miail otr The farmers axd their `eos F f make our siore their eadquarter e n SHOES ! SHOES r _Oeer e a. New Shipment Woman's pumps, ones Abo Standard i tlitoesn No. 2 strap, Cuban heels, tey cI, vy c rc, No. 2Y0 latest thing on market- --__ $. OO Per case n-------2---0------ New shipment Patent Leather Pumps, Special Soli4tRack,. sa "Wis French heel, very nobby, per pair $7.50 cousin Sugar t:lf' 'y har New shipment vest needs, per case -.---. -.----º--3. women black " Kj Oxfords, ' TOFFE size 4 to 6/2, *. f ech °heels '°1 e fr.}# . phice-per pair / " $4,50 KOLLMAN'8S New shipment, special Harv est woman's 2-strap me in Bl Steel Cut By Pound p u mp, :Cuban Various Grade heel, tan calf, V___ousGrade l atest style, price per pair HATS AND CAPS $800 A large line of pl atMENS&e BOYSy CAPS BARGAINS ! BARGAI...

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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. — 22 July 1921

WASHINGTON E1TFERI Washington, July 13.-After back ing and filling since March 4th, - the House, under the repeated prodding of the Administration, fnally has buckled down to work and undertaken to pass the Fordney tariff bill by July 21st. The Republican caucus called up the bill late last week and it will be open to general debate until July 14th. Then the five-minute rule will go into effect until July 21st, whenl the measure is scheduled for final passage. Although the bill contains many provisions which even Republicans brand as iniquitous, and although its duties are far higher than those of the infamous Payne-Aldrich bill which caused the defeat of the Republican party in 1912, the special rule adopt ed by the Republican caucus provides that only amendments recommended by the ways and means committee are entitled to a separate vote. This means that the Republican majority will jam the measure through on greased skids and that an individual member will have to shut his eyes an...

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. — 22 July 1921

muy5 FRFR EE - This bong Book * containing a fine collection of Popular . Songs 9-f 25 Years Ago iese old favorite Songs will add much pleasure to ýrgs both in and out of doors. A number of usthll Games have been nrranged and are also in ok; they will be found very amusing. A few of the songs are: Comrades en You and I Were Young, Maggie Mollie Darling Where Did You Get That Hat? Grandfather's Clock And many others Cut out this ad. and get your copy now. ddress olster & Sons Inc. Hardware, Furniture and Music 1Y ROUNDUP ting Items from Our es and Staff Writers ANTELOPE and Mrs. Ross of Outlook, old o riends of Mr. and Mrs. Dr. were over Sunday visitors at ter home. all of the farmers are busy up hay these days. The hay the best it has been in several and an ample supply of feed stored away for the cold, days of the coming winter. Munson, who has been visiting Knutson home for the past ks left for Kenmare, N. D., to a few weeks at the hospital Welle, cashier of the First 1 Bank a...

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. — 22 July 1921

fMainer of Sh rdan Couyi H ~As we have a prospect of harvesting theI U largest crop in years, get prepared for it. We have a ggod stock of McCORMICK and DEERING BINDER REPAIRS TWINE nnd BINDERS on hand. We are here to serve you. If you need a 'Thresher or Tractor we also handiehe best lines: A square deal is our m4tto. manImp lement o. WEEKLY MAR KET REVIEW The damage area affecting Spring Wheat extended into new ground last week. North Dakota was the prin cipal source of distress. It was evi dent, however, that the black rust complaints were quite spotted, some what isolated and not a general 'con dition. Due to the recent rains and lower temperatures fair recovery from heat damage is confidently reported from many sections. The Canadian Northwest also contributed its annual quota to the crop killing list. Some black rust in Manitoba was reported. Not the least of developments as sisting prices upward last week was the continuance of drought in Eur ope. Export business in wheat als...

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. — 29 July 1921

- - ; 7> 1.-- r. 7 i :-> -:< -;Z- -- -t~ 16 ------------ "-. ode l VL`· I_ it °,jieVN AY M~JY ~ u 11 . w eague a Iowers Pimc turday Jiy 30I adge Thr unty o uricks Wi ontep '; ''i' , •. ,.!**. ' .. ;. •-. .... _ ,, "" " ' " ' ' ' Sid Not Sign Affidavit Charging C. E. Tayer Cow ~tpt By Thursday Moting -at Eleven O'co-Eric . tso Did N ot Sign. } , .. . , 4 "" ºýic . ATTY. ASKS JUDGE TO SIGN AFFIDAN ,uant to Order. Issued Saturday, Erickson Prepares Aff~ davits Charging Taylor With Contempt aid Presents Them to Judge Corner for Signing Wednesday Morning. E BECOMES INDIGNANT AND REFUSES TO SIGN edge Comer in open cort, Wed ay morning, becoming indignant, use County Attorney Erickson ted papers to him, pursuant to Sissued in open court last Sat a., July 23, commanding . the ty Attorney to prepare charges nst C. E. Taylor for Coniempt of rt, for Comer to sign, to sign them, and ordered ckson to sign the pan cls himself eleven o'ciock Thu-reday morning be prepared to take the conse...

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. — 29 July 1921

One o Sn or Yr for -- M _ - N NECTIES UL.E... .CH'EC APRN{GNG. B n |' " . .. ý W ______ _____ :Two for s. p F ve Y ar arc. for n e o HEAV Y ,o C bp 2.5N SUITS rTwo fo Four f One for . Two for BOYS' SHIRTS AND "M'de Fr"' C-etonnes, Per afov r Sir Mf lie. Laoi -,1. .00 MEN.S ,EA OR EAVY WHITE I N SUITS S. 5-.. - .-- , . ., ,", '.i, .-& j1:.. : *§ -:.. ~ r .. .HL-* eV( In in - 4 ex ~fR By wnex- wheat #t Hot e s di-sthyed. reosever are m . ..all rt of pre sufferingi All .cro d i abut weekor ten a, opleof htmndrd men and five-tenths nches o ,l this week. No I e `. weaiLe 90 per cent yield Dawe -AI Srops in Air condi `on Reetris will b 'ngg'r'ain .-. in-esi a S conditions gen- I wi sWamth% M 4 er . n one or two .gi-j4 a ra een burned be 'Y.IIC tqi.ý- her very hot ; r Harvesting has begt dry. . forced. arnearly star Yielda otexpected to be as C eM r .conditions fair. So e l. in i and considerable hagls whc did. a great deal of dam ld ated-, rain; celear and hot with drying wies. Harves...

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. — 29 July 1921

GENUINE ULL DURHAM 8CCmakes 50 lGHT 1HOGS RE GOOD GAIN .c..., $10.75 at Week's PeakH ei ying Steers and Helfer Up to $9.25--Best Lambs Go St. Paul, Minn., July 2, Setter quality light and handy b hogs and beef cattle have been poular sellers at the market the past week, choice light Mvancing to $10.75, and chlice .rling steers and heifers '$9.25. fed yearling class advanced 25c per cwt., while dryfed averaging 1,000 pounds or ov sold strong all week, best of here going from $8.00 to 8.50. market for grass steers selling $525 to $7.00 has carried a weak e all week with trade uneven, ese are closing weak to around lower. Butcher she stock includ best grass cattle from the Dako and some fed offerings selling $525 to $7.50 has sold steady all week, while the bulk of ,ass cattle selling from $3.75 to re around 25c lower. Canners iotters show little change, sell largely from $1.50 to $3.50. Bull has been up and down, doi stead; with a week ago, bOl mostly $3.50 to $4.50. Mar for veal calv...

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. — 29 July 1921

People's aublish i Ca, P'la Ioker FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1921 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Seal roosalswibe reee by the id of Tru-tec of Scho District 48, She ida.n County, Monta Chairm.dl's residence, Comerto Montan, ... to 6:6i o'clock on the. y of A.ig ust, 1921 furnishing materials for said Sc District, plans for which are on file at the office othe he Onstdl " Lumber Co. or the .Cha"ir I - deuce, Co rtown, Motana. Propose must be adesas* tb Clerk of-. Board of T School. Ditrict No. 49 eridaen ty, Mon , and most ' certified Eieck or its eq . payable to, said Clerk, in an equal to i (3 'P cent) per cen S of the t of the, bi..: " Plans if ns :a iy `" .seen, an fom.ns for t;e 1posal p d from the Cai~a the Boa (Trustees of T4 l c The ri s reserved O·ed rej or all b , " EDEB D LWD0W .JSAAC SYME, 16-t2 Clerk. NOTI& TO CO A-T6 Sealed proposals will..be received by the Board of Trustees of _chool District No. 43, -Sheridan County, Montana, at, Chairman's residene SComertown -.-Montana, .iup to 6...

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. — 29 July 1921

arveu In view of the fact' ath 5~ra, Ju 30, just before of the crowds -,. We are featuring our 4 J100 in Sheridan Cout'yv x4cd m T ents inall other The farmers and .i -.wienl o of ,-.... t our store their headqua teras r,,--t - . SSHOES ! SiHOr Nper shipme nt ona .n., =- ,-,.:,_ , Cuban heels, tgry Nu per ca.------ - ht thing on m., . r.a.. . : . case .-. .. , whipment Patent Leathqr P p S ci.. Soli 4 . : rC heel, very nobbly,-per `a 7.5 u ha i- p y 4-. New .. `h.-.-.nd. , x ca' - : : !e _-$36 ie* s" to 6; *Freuch heed', * price per pair at $4.50 K OLLM A N'S New shipment, S¶al tI a r.vst ;f :Prices fn woman's .2-strapl heel, tan calf, latest style, price per pair j-$O0 A large line of - - ENS dl&BOYS :BARGAINS ! BARGAINS ! M BP s at bargain prices oung Misses White Canvass, Leather . 1 from le and Heels, size from 10 to 2--only 85C to $2.25 23 pair left. While they last, only A fewMore fine Panama Hats $2.85 per pair . to " close out while they last HANDLE SAPPHIRE FLOUR THE OL...

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. — 29 July 1921

tie roya1 w e eae Cbela tsui team assit bya , the beet of the Fra4 players, and the fast aggregatia at There are very few cars that have run a season or more but what need some repairing before yot , put them into the grind of another summer, id remem her repairs properly done at the right time may sa ve you many dollars in the future. "Mutt" and his able corps of asistnts make repairn the right Way. Bring your Car Troubles to Us. MC.ESSORIESO:A IIU .LOCAL AGENTS I1P1s Cord Tires' AT PRICES AS ADVERTISED Kavon's Gara ge PLENTYWOOD, MONTANA Teach Your Children To.Save Your children will learn more of the value of money through having a bank account than by any other means. It encourages them to see-the amount in crease, and at 5 per cent interest compound ed semi-annually, it doesn't take long to save large sums. Why not start an account for them now? the ultimnte benefits will be inestimable. One pollar is suffiient to open a Term Savings Account. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK RAYMOND, Mi...

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. — 29 July 1921

TiVhe C .It)! ( WELL, FEEL WELL, DO Ew It all:depends on what eats y buy, wr buy your eats, and what you pay for f you buy good eats you eat well If yoeRt well, you feel well. If you feel well you do Well. Most people eat at the CITY CAFE. Why ot yeo_ CHOP SUEY, Evehings e.8 'lock SROUNDUP ing Items from Our aSes and Staff Writers ANTELOPE eriff Collins stopped in the. little on Friday of last week, while he on his . av to Medicine Lake to onto some matters of import in onnection with his office. e in E. S. CKoser, Fransen. and h of Medicine Lake stopped over ew minutes here on Friday of last k being on their way home from Mrs. H. W. Botz, mother of Mrs. A. Welle, and her brother and er of Sauk Center, Minn., ar the last of the week and plan spend about a month here. -hey e the trip overland and enjoyed outing very much. Otto Olsen landed in the city the of the week and has been vis g at his brothers place east of.. Mr. Olsen of Butte, Montana, audi r and inspector for the " United ...

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. — 29 July 1921

... ar. riiqr s , .stok . of._ _ . K ad DEERI Saiid BINDERS ..on hand. We are here to serve you. If you need Thresher or Tractor we also h e the best lines: ,A square deal is of otto. ' ;,° r. COMERTOWN Ingvald Iverson was in town Satur day. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Brady were shopping in town Saturday. Isaac Symmes was in Comertown on business Saturday Chas. Maxham was .. business vis itor in Ceoertown Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ivor Johnson were in Dooley- Saturday. * Mrs. A. C.. Olson returned to Min neapolis Friday after a three-weeks visit with Mrs. Rose Gibson. Mr. and -Mrs. Dan McCall were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jac-k Vossen Sunday. Jack Roach is breaking for C. Max ham. John Series was in Comertown Sat urday on business. E. S. Strand and Blaine Van Pelt were business visitors here Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Alex St. Arnaud were shopping in town Saturday. Mrs. -.M. E. Hooper and daughter, Mrs. Nelson, were in town Saturday. Mrs. John Series called on Mrs. Rose Gibon Sunday. Bet PPtan is help...

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