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

IN THE WAKE OF THE NEWS Dynastic America Henry H. Klein, first deputy com missioner of accounts of the city of New York, has just completed a most valuable reference book under the ti tye, "Dynastic America and Those Who Own It." He tells the public what the public ought to realize more seriously than it does, that America not only has the most powerful private fortunes or dynasties in the world but that these fortunes are now for the most part in the hands of the third, fourth and fifth generations. "Why not limit what these individu als can have," asks Mr. Klein, "and stimulate worthy ambition?" He lists a number of big estates which have been inherited in the pres ent generation, totalling seven billion dollars, and gives detailed figures for each large estate, showing its amount, who inherited it and how it has been invested. A later section of the book shows how these great estates are related to the monopolies in all our essential commodities. If Klein has done his work well, ...

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. — 5 August 1921

YU can roll IOcts from one ba$ of GENUINE Luu'DURHAM TOBACCO DRY WTHER TENS HARVEST a..ge of Labor-Thousands ) len Need - ot Winds Shrink ivestock in Good Cond pping Commenced. a, July 30.-Hot dry weather railed over most of Montana dur week ending July 23, and ge to non-irrigated and spring is reported in some sections, sng toreports received by the Departmet of Agriculture from ounties. Harvesting of winter t is general over the state. jg grain is ripening prematurely. n,Fergus and Valley counties rt farm labor is needed. Reports ounties are as follows: ksos--Crops are still doing very Average wheat yield for the ty will be about 12 to 15 bush There is some demand for far. -No rainthis week. Weath too hot and dry for good crop bth. Crops are burning badly in eral sections of the county and a fields of small grain are being for hay. Corn doing very well properly cared for. vlt-Very hot dry weather, cipitation. Two days of hot * All crops in excellent condi with harvesting started i...

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. — 5 August 1921

I P-S NEWS PAPL OJ- TRE PEOPI BY FPLE, FR THE PEOPLs C.- g ..-OM.}TER Pt OPLES P NY, PUBIASHER Entered as Second Class tter, O. 18, 1912, a .ae.Pst o e t Pntood, Montna, Und Act of Mafc ' 1879. HARLES E. TAY r and Maer. S F I+.i.AMERICAN PRESS'ASSOCIATON e ir pon ti s are..d e. not knio igly advertised, anditiUor if any reader will arise us promptly shfro ,the doubt or -questiotn t re lialblity of any F ' adv:t t sing, cad I-·\1.i APPQtMENT Willia . len as recd in Chou ne at as Recei of the reat pub o iaa been recommended for apont t as Register of the Great Falls Land office. .Editor. Frank S. ,Reed of the Cua bertson "Searchlighj has been -Appoiitt ed Receeiver.of the Glasgow Lapd Of fice. E. M. ton ,of Malta :hai beef appointd giste. of 'tae Gl' go* Land Offiee. Postmaster The following Montana postmasters will be re-appointed: Redsto ..Eva V. Nance. Belfr Ezira Anderson: Buffalo-Fred Selleck. Hedgesville--Nellie Ashley. Huntley---Montie Schlusker. Roberts-Lydia Elstad. Windhbam4...

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. — 5 August 1921

CA . N o f outlook was a coun-" si~ord the last of the week. ,ioE f BREAD for sale at KOMPAN'S. to ·r. and Mrs. Ray White, Suly 30th, a baby girl. d rs. Anderson of Minot ee end guests at the Mokde S C. C. Johnson and lit Sefrt Saturday morning for SNational Park via car. Johnson, deputy clerk of o. enjoi. Y two weeks vaca paul Babcock and daughter " rned Sunday from a visit Dhkot a., * uckf Flaxville was r" f "cuaintances in this. cityp. e Sf the week. - -room house, $9000. So 70 foot'lot free. the Fair Store . S.: Debing and daughter Monday for Stanley, N. D., where ill visit friends. Edith Boobar left for her home. South Haven, Minn., last week. has spent the last two years in s Eleanor Molden left T-1hiay Minot, where she will make her with her sister, Mrs. Anderson, resides there. H. B. Hill has returned to wood from her home in Tndi and is a guest at the N. I. Nel. home, Verachik, receiver of . the State Bank, transaCted usi at the Sheridan County state t this city the latter ...

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. — 5 August 1921

DISCOUNT RATES, CUT BY CHICAGO U. S. RESERVE BANE Chicago, July 29.-Reduced dish count rates were announced by- the Chicago .Federal Reserve bank today Auto Repairs. There are very few cars that have run a season or more but what need some repairing before you put them into the grind of another summer, and remem ber repairs properly done at- the right tint may save you many dollars in the future., "Mutt" and his able corps of assistants make repairs the right Way. Bring your Car Troubles to Us. ACCESSIRIES OF All INDS LOCAL AGENTS 1'i1k Cord ''ir ea AT PRICES AS ADVERTISED Kavons Garage 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 suff...

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. — 5 August 1921

The City. ae -AT WELL, FEEL WELL, DO WELL it all depends on what eats you buy, where you bu your eats, and what you pay for your eats. y'You buy good eats you eat well. If you eat ell, you feel well. If you feel well you do well. yostpeople eat at the CITY CAFE. Why not you? CHOP SUEY, Evenings after 8 o'clock ~ i III I I II 151 111 I I I IUTY ROUNDUP tig Items from Our tchanges and Staff Writers DOOLEY (Too late for last week) Iiiver Gunder' on and family spent iday at the Wright home. ars Hanson ne:t with a serious ident last Saturday while fixing his . It seems that while letting the np and pipes down into the well chain broke around the pipe and force of the pipes breaking the k and a piece broke off hitting him the head, cutting a very nasty h He was taken to town as soon ssbe and Dr. Cooper sewed up wound and then he was taken to mare in a auto. At this writing ursday, July 28), he is getting og as good as can be expected. ler the condition. ly Livingston and family Sun ,ed wi...

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. — 5 August 1921

FULL RICCID STOCK Eraltl k flU ei.. - Eveg se we We Guarantee . Every Saddle ,. PREPAID to year nearest Railroad Statle POSITIVELY a bargain without equal! Be assured. the U. S. Government de manded the very BEST-every saddle was Government inspected and is, up to the Government's high standard. Every., Saddle. is NEW Warranted Never Used Made of best russett tanned sinrtrtn leather, firm and solid, thoroughly tanned and fast grained. TREE-Modified Wild West steel fork beef-hide cover, 25inch oval horn. neck o* horn 3 inches, length of seat 15 inches. SEAT-Firm solid seat and Jockey int one piece. RIGGING STRAPS -Made from solid. leather, front rigging 3 inches wide, back rigging 2 inches wide, connecting strap 1% inches wide, off billets 2 inches wide, tie straps 1 5-8 inches wide and 5 teet 6 inches long. SKIRTS-29 inches long, 14% in. deep~ at front and back, lined with wool skitas FRONT-One soln piece of leather. FENDER-Good fdtS leather. 18 inches deep, 10 inches wide: .fender ...

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. — 12 August 1921

A~, AUGUST 1 2i 1921 L~irff001) BEGNS TDn l ESE.ASOk~ TICKETS $2.75g$ hI T because of Ellison - - --. ..... :0 I on non-profit - -..A...tt _ ...... 8:00 Dayp)rogam wri WOOD CHAUTAUQLJA, AUGUST 1. TO n -Opening Announcements .of the Week........Chantww to (oncert- - - - ------------ ------------------ _ brty B ea of Boston Admission 50c Organizing Junior Chautauqua - Concert Prelude .. ---------- .............The Liberty Belles of Boston Dramatic Lecture-"Tallow. Dips"-JDr. Ilobert Parkers Miles, Noted Journalist and Interviewer Admission 50c SECOND DAY Junior Chatta q -Play Hour on-Musical Entertainment ------ - . Stone-Pla ragers Tro Lecture The Problems of Today" --.------ Du Elwood C. Perisho Admission 50c - fg Musical Entertainment --........------------------Stone-Platt-Bragers Trio Featurimg Electra Platt, Famous Monologist Admission 75c THIRD DAY g -Junior Chautauqua Play Hour Rnoo---Concert Prelude - -----------------The Lowell Patton Comp any Readings -- -------------------...

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. — 12 August 1921

Farmer York Faills Sergeant Alvin York, decorated as America's grat war hero, is about to lose his farm near all , Tpm., because he can not ee )Ert e I of $12,500 due on it this fa. He also is unable to pay his grocery bill of $250. York married and went back to the farm when the -war was over, and has worked as hard as a man could to make an honest living in that "e- cupation. But that part of the crew: of profiteers which ~ presides over farm markets and with the other pro fiteers which provides us with govern ment makes his hard work to no r could "clean up" considerable money by stake and movie work, but 1 he has refused up to the present to do this. He has consciontious objec tions to war and does not want to help exalt the war spirit. He entered the army as a conscientious objector but was persuaded to put on the uni form. As to the record for which he has received so much praise, he says: "It was only a pawn that day over there and any credit that was due should go to the Lor...

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. — 12 August 1921

5Ojcigarette u`for l0c froy one sack ot GENUINE BUL L" DURHAM TOBACCO ~j~iA1L&S NO BUMPER CROP { p Average from Fair to Poor- Aetter Than Average for Four yo -Second Cutting of Alfalfa progress. -Range is Dried Up- foppers Bad in Some Places. Helena, August 6.-While Montana il have no bumper crop of small rai this year, reports received en19 counties for the week ending es30 by the Department of Agri Labor & Industry, indieate t e production will average bet athan in the past four years. Wheat eds vary from fair to poor. The pm crop is excellent. The second ing of alfalfa is in progress. The pge is drying up and grasnhoppers e damaging it in some regions. Am elabor is reported from all coun a but Roosevelt, Valley and Phil a counties, where harvest hands e wanted. Roosevelt is especially need. Dawson.-Harvest in full blast. eld over the entire county will be into good. Most of the farmers are My well satisfied with their yield. sages are getting bare as result of washoppers,...

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. — 12 August 1921

THE PRok RS NEWS PAPl. OF TOF l 3PO ' E , .t 1 ' PL,'OR THE PEOPLE Continuing PROMOTER 1-.OPLES Y, PUBLIS IIZ Entered S acond Clash ber 18,. 19,12, at the Post 4 oftice ; /Il ywod, r the Act brf latch 3, 1879. L 1AYLOZ Editor' a Qaac, firms are not knowingly deior if any reader will -advise we romped, *o n to doubt or question the re= t'Ipromptl~r"s 4_l lIbility of any s our advertising columns. FRIDAY! AUGUST 12, 1921 WAR A SINESS v~ti 3hesenate asno lpaea ie navy bill bye fore 'Co ,000 t y ,every one .oi t4o' is a'ameiit sent fient of this ! all cdever men. 'W that they probably RISK ~er TAE POLITICAL E MUST BE A COMPELLING REASON. n ta jino " No one loves wa e ' i that another great war would add to the anarchy pigjucedbyte at, The explanation we believe 4ie* M~ basines's development of America in the last 20 yebrs. We have allowed all your 'bsinh become monobp lied. ONLY WORKINGMEN, RETAILERS, SMA L MANUFACTURERS OF TRIVIAL THINGS, AND FARMER. PE . Farm products are reWtly' iisd...

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. — 12 August 1921

LOCAL N ins spent Tuesday at his Sherith of Raymond. noh * * * -'`- L. J. Onstad was ab Attr in Scobey Wedneesdy e Vold of Raymond, wava petyie d visitor WednesdaY, h Jolin of Williston. N. D., was J caller Wednesday. *lnP . * * Jacobson. of Minot, N. D. f tends here Wednesday. l~~ed on frien OME MADE BREAD for sale a# jILLMA KOMPAN'S. Margaret McCoy has accepted 1apion in the Clerk & Recofder's Aty Greenleaf of Minot is in Plen this week, attending to legal 8ine8* * * Under Sheriff Rodney' Salisbury transacting '4us igrifgerne Fi riday. * Esther Tobiasonf l iA ing County Superintendent during gjrs. sing's absefle. Miss Viva Goodman assisted in the unty Treasurer's office a few days lIatweek. s * # Guy Young, superintendent of the fisonWhite Chautauqua for Plenty Wood arrived here Monday. Alma Helland of the County Treas rer's office was a Scobey visitor ~ursday on official business. FOR SALE-5-room house, $900.00. Worth $1600.00. 70 foot lot free. Ask the Fair Store. 174f Cashi...

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. — 12 August 1921

HARDING lLLS FARM EXPORT BILL; SENATE PASSES M'NARY SUBSITUTE WASHINGTON - LETTER. Kellogg of Minnesota Active in 4iding Middlemen Against Farmers-No r:s Delivers Sensational Speech Against McNary Bill-La Follette Shows British Hand in Our Shipping Board-Willis Gives Important Testimony on Reserve Board-Manufacturers Protest Against Fordney Tariff Bill-Details of New Tax Shifting Plans. BY WALTER W. LIGGETT Washington, D. C. - President Harding succeeded in blocking the Norris farm export bill, but the Kel logg bill, offered as the administra tion substitute, was too raw even for the reactionary senate to swallow. As a consequence it was laid on the shelf and now a bill drafted by Sen ator McNary of Oregon passed the senate and was sent to the house with administration support. The Norris bill was opposed by Harding, Mellon, Hoover and admin istration spokesmen such as Lodge and Edge because it went directly to the bottom of agricultural distress and proposed to\ curb matters by cre...

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. — 12 August 1921

croess id WALK ABOUT dims novel. ANDTHREW away his cod THEY SENT Jimdown. AND WHEN be sent. TO TEXAS to Invesitigat THE FINAL dope. SOME OIL-wells there. HE FOILED the villain., WHICH THEY nht but. THE MESSAGE just said. ** IF JIMW _' , A-, auCHESTERPI'ELD.'' AND HE was to repet. AND HIS directors knew. * * * **9 BY WIRE In secret code. THAT ALL -was well. * * * * * * NOW-ENTER the villain. WITH THOSE oil wells. * * * * * * A SLIPPERY crook. FOR OIL men know. * ** * * * GOT WIND of it. THAT "CHESTERFIELD" means. * * * * * * AND TRAILED Jim down. "THEY SATISFY." * 0 0' 0 0 0 COPIED OFF his code. AND BRIBED a boob. IN THE telegraph branch. w knohe nyou've dst Chesterfields. You I say "they SO THE crook could get, satisfy." A wonderful blend THE EARLIEST word. the pick cf Turkish and Do «* E wmestic tobaccos--put together in AND CORNER stock. the Chesterfield way -that's * * * why "they satisfy." And the AND WORK a hold-up. Chesterfield blend can not be * * 0 copied! IT LOOKED like eas...

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. — 12 August 1921

(mtinued -from rs Pge: 2, missiors for %npnl action on hot 1st- 2 er than July 80th, and he therefore 2 employed Martin S. Nelson as . ape- 2 cial d rty for that week and k t compled the wrork in time to turn 3 in thecompleted report on time. 'A .terstatements, t. as. done by Lock` 8 ". g. biggest hoax 3 . amnd been perpe trated th of this a cointts aid it is their opinion that 8 whoe i did mist of this e aipifyina must have been dragged at the t , 4 for at a y rati the person; 4 did not uderstand soil or't consider cieeks, coulees, gravel 1 so on, and it'is quite reas- 4 e a to believe that these classifiers a " have done the work at a dis ?tance, probably from the top of an a elevator with a quart of "hooch" and 5 a condemned "spy" glass on hand. 5 Somek land has been classified in a poorer class than, it belongs, but the s majority, of it has been classified too 6 high. 6 Mr. Nelson states that one tract 6 near Redstone had been classified as E part No. 2 land and the balance No....

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. — 19 August 1921

TH EI ;4,O E FOL ~PEE12 A"PAPER, OF TIER om, OIY'LE'PEP e V, No.1 ;hr( the PooýM i I;º UUT 912 -ý onYY1 News en x. .Dooly. ..1 .r 3- +"'Y Md Kwkig The Republican PartyBoat Beiseker A.o b dr-t Par J. Beieker ase t be Tried at Mla theFrtPtofNvme Nelson of Minnesotab Fordney Taation (mss Rumpus-Bind aU6R Warined-IdIe r Pro s Tax Remedy-B=o MNm Disanthmnt= La Proposes Money Býhipping Board's Peculiar Ways of Doing Business. TAKEN O)UT :OF GRAIN GAMBLING BILL ASHINGTON WEEK LY NEWS LETTER Washington, D. C., August 18. f and taxation are the rocks on . 'ch the Republican party is very lct spit. Despite desperate ef tsl o prt- "whips" to hold their lower`s in line behind the adminis j ograrn, more and more publicans, who heretofore have in perfectly good standing, are .cling over the traces with vocifer ýi 'protve Several weeks ago I d particular attention to the many uities in the Fordney tariff bill stated that many of its "jokers" ct were inserted at the dictation reat monopolies would ...

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. — 19 August 1921

SITHE WAE OF THE NEWS Ford's Railroad Views When the Cincinnati Post asked s Henry Ford to tell the people how it was possible to pay the highest wages and cut the rates on his road at the same time, Ford replied: "I am not trying to burglarize my i railroad-I'm making it serve the I public. "Under Wall street management the only way they know how to make money is higher railroad rates- , which is the poorest way in the world : to get business." Asked what he would advise` other railroads to do he said: "Boost wages, slash rates, let a lot of men go. I'd let some of the men go back to the farm - temporarily. They'd be of more use there and be of greater value to themselves. "There are too many men running *railroads who let somebody else do their thinking for them. We want men who can think for themselves. "Keep the railroads busy and the equipment busy and all the men on it, busy. On the Detroit, Toledo & Ironton we are getting along fine making money where the road never made ...

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. — 19 August 1921

GENUINE bBU LL" B DURHAM tobacco makes 50 oj d8areftts fi lOc L STOCK PRICE ND VERY UNEVEN Much Irregularity in Both Cattle and gdgbBeef Cattle Follow Course f Dressed Trade-Sheep and Lambs Slightly Off. South St. Paul, Minn., August 13. pursuing the course followed in the dressed beef trade during the past week, better grades of cornfed cattle have sold to good advantage and are cloing stealy to 25c higher, while common and medium grades of beef cattle consisting largely of grassers have declined 25 to 50c on a very un even r'arket. Good cornfed cattle have sold from around $8.00 to $9.00, one load making the latter price to day. ` A string of 1300 pound Dakota grassers brought $8.35, with bulk of n 'ss st ers this week from $5.00 to Irouind $7.00. Best grass cows an4 heifers are bringing from $5.50 to $6.50, with bulk of the butcher she stock from $3.00 to $5.00. Canners and cutters are selling mostly from $2.00 to $3.00, bologna bulls largely $300 to $4.00. Closing top on veal ca...

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. — 19 August 1921

IN T{lE L:. Hi OF ThE RODUCER&S NEWS E: PEOPLE, BJTHE PEOPLE;i OR THE PEOPLE Ford's i C nTTLOOJ PROMOTER th Cnc~Continuing" : TL Y P I ,OPLES PUBLSHI i PANY, PUBLISHER jnire` as Second Class Mi#tel, ober 18t 1912, at the Post- f office a. Plentywood, Montana, Under the Act tof March 3, 1879. a CHARLES E. TAYLOR, Editor and `Manager. c Foreign Advertisn Representative L Ti ' AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION. f Quack, fraudulent and irresponsible firms are not knowingly ' advertised, and we will take it as a favor if any reader will advise us promptly should they have accasion-to doubt or.question the re liability of any firm which patron .es our advertising columns. FRIDAY,;ikUGUST 19, 1921 1 LEGION BOYS ARE ASKING QUESTIONS The following article taken from the American Legion on the compensa tion Bill shows that the boys who fought "over there" have not fallen for the excuses from the White House, and that they also knob. something about the affairs of `our tountry:' . ý.. . "TO THEr ...

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