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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 19 August 1921

L.0 CAL E WS Smith of Raymond was a wel rood visitor Saturday of this k * * * BREAD for at at 0O5E M KOMPAN'S. Iol n Bros. threshin ;2g .f The gotinto action Thuirsday this wee1' * s Peter Sneen of the Outlook country a business visitor in Plentywood nad thinis offlce a pleasant call. dth2-aroom house, $900.00. X1600.00. 70 foot lot, free. ~the Fair Store.14 Jack Reuber, son of Mr. ,ster A.Reuber of this =city, eele his fifth birthday last Tuesday. F Rubin, manager of the lum 4. at Archer, was a business r in plent'wo od Wednesday. n avof is cutting his grain on Jdge of tow" this week. - Joe tosh is running the binder and: p. Johnson~ is shocking D. G. Lasater, south of Plentywood, ed some Fife wheat this week hich went a little better than 23 els to the acre. His Marquis was uch better. . Ingw alson*of Crosby was in the Y yerday mornig, being over on SS in connection with the string goress in Sheridan and Daniels unties in which he is interested. The attention of the readers of the...

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. — 19 August 1921

TATIFF AND TAX- . - ATION QUESTIONS s6 (Continued from First Page) T) "anything tha't is the applia n o~f at Jabor to land," and, under this defini- o tion, practically no farmers broold pay ni taxes. The bulk of the billion dollars a raised by this tax would come from tj the coffers of the great corporations p which hold iron ore, coal, oil, timber, tp water-power and other natural re- u1 sources out of use and retain idle a lands for speculative plurposes. The w Keller program undoubtedly would re- W lieve the small taxpayer and break up h these great monopolistic holdings. lb This explains why the bill is so bitter- ci ly opposed by Fordney, Longworth e1 and other defenders of special prvi- it lege.b Borah Demands Disarmament t Senator Borah also strayed off the it Republican reservation last week and r warned his colleagues that they must e lower taxes by a drastic reduction m a our military program. Borah demand- r ed that the army be cut to 100,000 r men, wanted idle officers ...

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. — 19 August 1921

_ { e ii StATS the band: WE ARE aeeustmL THE WAY this thing. BUT IT'S a mouthful. **0* * * KEEPS POPPIpad up. AS YOU'LL agree if yow. THE OTHER night JUST PUT it into good. * * * I BROKE al rules. UNITED STATES, like this: * * 0 AND READ a highbrow book. "80N, YOU'LL be running. AND HERE'S a hot one ON FOUR flat tires. THAT IT handed me, IF YOU don't hury. "MANY OF us find. AND WRAP yourself around. THAT TASTE affords: THE ONLY cigarette. ONE OF the fairly. THAT 8ATISFIES." DEPENDABLE SATISFACTIONS. .i OF EVERYDAY living. AND IT seems. UPON LONG reflection~. b "JfEEY Satisfy"-nothint * * * else ao well describes Ches THAT SATISFACTION. terfields' mildness, their mellow * * *ness, their delicacy of aroma and COMES CLOSE to being, smooth, even "body." It took * * the finest varieties of Turkish THE LONG sought. and Domestic tobaccos to do it .'HIGHEST GOOD: " -and the highest order of skill H S OD.in blending them. Yes, the Ches OF COURSE that Isn't. terfield blend is a secret. It * *...

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. — 19 August 1921

10 I Of. Great Falls, Montaa Pernaumapy Located at Plentywood Office at Plenty otd Twenty Years! Experiehce in A cDentistr y And Preference Given to This Class of Work. LADY ASSISTANT in Attendance. WEEKLY MAR KETREVIEW Quinn-Shepherdson Co. Tuesday's Government Report cost firming material reduction was of general Bullish construction. Wheat prices for the week fairly well re flected this condition, but in the Coarse Grains the tendency was low er with only occasional rallies, se cured-mostly through the assistance of Wheat advances. The volume of country trading con tinues remarkably light in all mar kets. One reason attributed to the light speculative interest is the im pression .that the Capper-Tincher bill will make such trading illegal, and commenting thereon, The Chicago Tribune states that "there is nothing in. the Bill that will interfere with trading and no additional tax vyill be imposed on the Futures." Including 16 million surplus each for India and Manchuria, Broomhall...

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. — 26 August 1921

oIV, No. 20 D , MONTANA, ?LDAYT AUGUST 26o1921 9nn1h. wo Hundred and Fifty Dollars. Fine Is Impo and Cler and Recorder tration Wanted to Date Abolition of Excess Profits Tax and Reduction of Big Income Taxes Badc to Jn a 1,1921-5,000 Millionaires Relieved of More Thau ,000, R00 eo ns-ExtC nsiCv Bor owilBg Secret of AdIer tised Tax Reuctione-Labor Officials ear'From $O,. 000,000 Railroad Loan Inquiry. sIIINGTON NEWS LETTER * A hington, D. C., Aug. 24.-An t movement of unexpected gth led by James A. Frear ,of consnl and former Republican 1 seleader "Jim" Mann of Illinois, J porarily defeated President Hard plan to give a bonus of about 000,000 to the war profiteers making retroactive to Jan. 1, 1 the repal of the excess profits and the reduction of the higher es on individual incomes. ed by nearly all the progressiye dlewestern confJr essmen, includ Sinclair of North Dakota and I ler of Minnesota, the Republican a hers of the House in caucus last turned down the ways and e committee'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. — 26 August 1921

rage Iwo +.... . Modern Servants M o ener'y twentieth century machine has its part in serving 1 mag a better way than he was served before. Tht if you had to do without all but one of the modern invm tlns, which one would you seep? . To realize the value of the tele phone to all of us in our eve y business and social life, we have only to glance back a ed tively few years and recall what we did when there were to telephones. Today the alert business man is sending his voice here, there and everywhere by Local and by Long Distance Tele phone, going after business ahead of competitors who employ slower methods. The telephone is man's most useful moderb servant. Mountain States Telephone & Telegraph Company IN THE WAE OF THE NEWS IN THE WAKE OF THE NEWS The Congressional Vacation Not long ago we gave the congress men who form what is known as the ."agricultural bloc" credit for holding up vacation plans. Most of the mem bers in this group opposed an adjourn mnt -until something sub...

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. — 26 August 1921

TREATME S ERA PREVENTIVE Man to Keep Everything Clean Around Pens. ortaft Factor in Control of Is to Recognize it pefore Gat as Started-Use Good tDisinfectant. ' sgways (Ireaded it any. aIs c a e. Swine t anyape nnd.every i will, hut one never r hopeshi wo The only safe Ny is to be to keip everything . clean fd the Pens elnd allow no chance the infection.reatmint is a pre e sota cure. After the disease It is too late to save the herd. suggestions for the preven a control of the disease have 11 n di ist p lb n a t a re is No Profit in Unhealthy Hogs 4nlmals Kept Under Clean Condi j tions, as on Good Pastures, Are Bet ter Able to Resist Cholera and other Diseases. made by the agricultural expert t station veterinarian, University Wisconsin. A most important factor in the con l1of the hog cholera is to recognize disease before it has had time to ] ta deathhold. This can be accom- i shed best by advising swine raisers s report promptly to the proper an nrities every case of sickness in ...

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. — 26 August 1921

1PAPE . OF THE PEOPLE, BY B3?Z1 ' THE PEOPLE Continuing the OUTLOOK PROMOTER * I.AOPLES PUBLISHING COMPANY, PUBLISHER Entered as Second Class Matter, October 18, 1912, 'at the Post office at Plentywood, Mom, nd te Act of rch 3, 1879. CHARLES E. TAYLOR, Editor and, Manager. S Forei Advertisn Repre.entative THIE AMERICAN PR SSASSOCIAT1ON Quack, fraudulent and irresponsible firms are aot knowingly advertised, and we will take it as a favot if any reader will advise us promptly should te hav occasion 4t, doubt or question the re liability of any firm 4ui I.tre -' -,a_ dvertising olum . FRIDAY, AUGUST2 1921 " CHILD LABOR LAW UNCONSTITUTIONAL Under the above heading an article is reprodce d in another column of the Producers .News in regard to the working of child ren in the large iiis and factories in the United States. From the article it appears that the Federalr vernment was endea'o~oring to cif eit'a edabbabf4 pe- c~on. the profits derived from roducts on whiff :lid lat wa s " s And ...

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. — 26 August 1921

L cAi Orpheum Theatre i~r returned fron t, J" 't Wednesday. er of nort, nb. hein on the sick Hit. basben * , DE BREADfor MP s AN' S. n motored to Flax a" business trip, re Thusday. et" at the Orpheum Theatre be * . , * , Warner returned the first of from Flaxton, N. D., where ee vroisiting for several days. L. Netcher of Fessendep, N. Ned here Tusday and will. at mega business here this week. ei11. Collins, assistant cashier Nell National Bank of - was a county seat visitQr the of the week. E. ateman left for Chi a Monday. She has been sn pring, assisting her sis I'ad'ss Caf e. 0. StenehJem arrived here the of the week from Fessenden, to attend to business matters.: rge Jackson of the Welliver was a business- caller in Plen Wednesday of this week. D Baughman of Redstone is ii od* today (Friday) conduct grade examinations in the room at the court house. will have peaches, plums and les at the season's low price ing text week. The Fair plettywoo,*Mont. 20-t1 aby daughter was born to M...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 26 August 1921

Sold only dealers The best fabric tire made for heavyservice or rough roads RED-TOP Extra Ply-Heavy Tread S3 0x 31. Reduction on all styles and suses A New Low Price on a Known and Honest Product SAuto 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 time may save you mapy dollars in the future. "Mutt" and his able corps of assistants make repairs the right Way. Bring your Car Troubles to Us. *ACCESSORIFS OF ALL KINDS. LOCAL AGENTS " Fik Cord 'T1rem AT PRICES AS ADVERTISED Kavon's Garage PLENTYWOOD, MONTANA Teach Your Children To Save. SE e'Your-children w ill learn m ore 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'ulti...

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. — 26 August 1921

I smile andh6 hoba" AFTER MONTHS and months. THIS TIME they were great. 4 * * 4 ** - 00 MY WIPE )persuaded me. FOR HERE'S what happened. TO HAVE It done. THE PHOTOGRAPHER said. 80 1 went around. "LOOK THIS way, please." * * " 4 * * TO THE photographer. AND HELD up something, 4* 4 *** AND GOT mugged. AS HE pushed the button. 4*4 * WHEN THE pictures came. AND NO one could help. I SHOWED them to a gang. BUT LOOK pleasant. OF AMATEUR art critics. FOR WHAT he held up. 440 * * 44* AND PROFESSIONAL crabs. WAS A nice full pack. * * * * * * DISGUISED AS friends. OF THE cigarettes. * * 4 * * * WHO FAVORED me. THAT SATISFY. 7 **4* ** WITH SUCH remarks as. "DOESN'T HE look natural?" "HAS IT got a tail?" 444 "A GREAT resemblance." TIGHT up a Chesterfield and * * * LJ sense the goodness of those AND THAT last one. fine Turkish and Domestic to * * * baccos in that wonderful Ches MADE ME sore. terfield blend. Taste that flavor! * * * Sniff that aroma! You'll regis SO WHEN friend wife. ter "They Sat...

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. — 26 August 1921

Prbhiteers Esnus Plan Deetd By I (Continued rFirst Page) reverie Mellon estimated in his "e 'vised" report, and, if this be true, there will be a deficiency of several hundred.millii dollars a: the end of the year which will have to be =irt by borrowing. Republicans expect such a dehqie cy, as a matter of fact, for the reve' nue bill itself contains a clause al lowing the Secretary of the Treasury to issued $59,00 additional- aer tificates of ideheest which will be needed before tbe end of the year to meet th shortage due to "tax reduc tions." But few persons Will be awaie of this,; and, in the meantime;.the Ad ministration will claim credit far lowering taxes, when, it actually is .increasing the public debt and delib erately deceiving the people. DYE EMBARGO DEFEATED The United States Chemical Foun dation was organized by a little syn -dicate which purchased at a forced .sale the patents' seized from German manufacturers "under the alien cs-_ todian act. Frank Garvin, alien cus to...

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. — 2 September 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. — 2 September 1921

i.rc . :. r ..WS . ý.: y_..ý; ,ý'-a "",. ýý3:zC"?+ý _ v ý . -A s ,..,w* - , ýý -. gý"%, ..,ryý -et '"-x u t 4 Y Rril 14,n { y.. h t ''',2?x #ý ,,ý''?{ ý+. ,st4.'nR"v. ý'S Wiý" +i ý .aý ý .c ýy·r wr: ý -.. P {r y ' ý ;.,' 3 ý ,Cý ý` K " " ,t Y1 ý yp,ý .y i f Y S~v ý ,ý5 ,cw. .a" Full of the peg that comes from be Ing born and raised in' Moatana, `he livestock of he Treeasure state is' poted the world ever for its hig tqual Ity. Montanans taIe great pride in the. Sbig shows of livestock that annually feature the.. Montan* State fair and throngs of interested visitors seek tlit :these exhibits each year. Nineteen TIenty-one promises t witness the biggest livestick_-display IN TIlE WAKE 0 F 1T : .EWS While we about the re fusal of the intsss co.anerce com a ission todlblow Ford o :reduce rates on his road 20 per gt it haiS fully "investigated," we noto lose trac of the deal to ninuet r-oru hie e useI Soa waterpower propositio .. Ford offered to buy this : for more than. the government t...

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. — 2 September 1921

£WELL, FEEL . ., W It all depends on what eats you buy, whe you y your eats, and what you- pay:· for you:r e:s. you buy good eats you eat well. I: y.u eat you feel well. If you feel well you do welli ost, eople eat at the CITY CAFE. Whynot you? oP SUEY, Evenings. after 8 o'.:o ".ff n " ROUNDUP Items from Our and Staff Writers ANTELOPE. Jae Stewart entertained the ameon Thur ttday of last Morck was at the county seat ylooking after some business Fulkerson family of Medicine nt Sunday visiting at the home. OToole who has been assist the housework at the Court e since early last spring, left home at Plentywood Sunday. Hendrickson came down from *ood Saturday evening and unday at the home of her par Gottlieb, Sr.. made a trip to. ty seat Saturday to attend to usiness affairs. Nvbv and Chris Kleis were in of the week for a load of They are busy boys har their big Crop. Fredricks of the west bench in for supplies Saturday after y school will start again Sept. on't forget the date and come...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 2 September 1921

PA'a..v * E-,;d 4i3. ' r j 'WI'., 4 T rý"} l1C ``' r-'ý- 'y .SfRI; . IiR. f 7w 1 A r ypidrk Q`;. 'r 't :", ;u. tiv .,though some it : j .týo~ er-Ia ''the. positse ;.ý f Wtij does :a f . -° .: continued`i` ` " ._ andi .a credit ý r to 1e. " agen to V ' :s ee, n°- ot er+' - ý, } + . _"` N. 3 ' '.'.G- ' whys W ak. T : They·:do i~.;t bytdJug tv·uu~ people. `slt pf y .. + :l to oaer ct ye do not S?1)mt a et e im : k% toup uf t examinatz a .c " t,. .;t* hin hithe ee t 4i moreO~ tt that= r ), xm 4 2t mast d'I'.:,.'4 ingit - he3a o~ te - *°# `. TiOP~T .fw teft h w'ý °' , tsamne a _ y .s rnan the =k . , pekeepa fa trmsaer~' s t ý on these Mon "it ý 'r . re, ye been seve ~~dy~a #. thf . have been x . The financial structure i` 'tt o ~son theet::' it = Sitbe ;l t f e. ` = r ith th = a datio f~ woueýteat '`-~ w:er a~n war: clea l~nd~oedo f <innlE~~ne sar. ~t~t ~.4 '4' 4 Als -:4'c c·I;:~~Ei~:lfj-*r' -.~1~ .rai~~i·~;P-. .ct~ i~,~ l i\~·nYP~4. a~1' 7 r t ta't _ II )Ie* ý +ther sur tt, ~sii *daz...

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. — 2 September 1921

ir ----- I: C A L.- -·- r I- f~ at the Oijheunt i neairC S16th. * * ,' vensonof Raymond wasl Seisito1 n town Monday. - srlin.S and County Atto;t Si..on llade a business trip to lisona morning. a ºgFonda * •* " - AE BREAD for sale at 0 gOMPAN'S. SHamnilton of St. Paul i" F. - and Mrs. A. C. ithe fi.tpart of the week. i. C. E.'Comer ar and - C'c1 Thuirsday from a il' O o trip througg1 :he, ,,cati o Stenogiaher Layhe a. d -rned the first of the week he .vacation trip. hidman returnel last week. o. o dee he ha~ beden at llon' he ool r ttne past *suiner -o o eeks. *. paulson #nd Reinert Ander-, S-inent farmers of the West P O were business callers in seat Monday •alkle, prominent farmer of Sprecinct wa calling on Sad ,attending to busmess in wood Wednesday. and Mrs. George Bantz, accoIn by r., Clair Stoner, were Plen- isitor; from Outlook Wed :,isiting and shopping. Henry, formerly pastbr of the Stidnal church in this city, .istrict Superintendent, was Sin PlentvWood Wednesday. Charles 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. — 2 September 1921

NEWPEZRE Olull~w,25 WASFINGTQN Secretary Hughes Issues S E t Gress Takes Thirt-la V s-e steitit Cut Held Up for In iio to armament Congresa Issue to World. Bill Passes With Dopiestic Crdit A t Faig Mit ted-League Sensbr Asks Wheat Market uI st 'Washington, D. C..-With the sign ing of the peace agreement by repre senatives of the United States and Germany in Brlin on August 25th, the state of war between these two coun tries is at last brought to a dose. Within a short time diplomatic rep resentatives can be exchanged 'aid then negotiations can be undertaklen with respect to trade id otther uw mal relations between niations. Immediately following the signing of the document Secretary of State Hughes gave out an explanation of the terms to the press which, in patt .read as follows: "'The treaty with Germany is in accord with the peace resolution adopted by congress and approved by the president on July 2, 1921. "The preamble of the treaty recites 'sections 1, 2 and 5 of the resolution...

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. — 2 September 1921

CAB1INET 1, !,W eser ewppef Uaeloa . t not to get books too No book, I believe, is ever much to its read V e . as een coveted for a .ear, 0 bought out of saved halfpeace, I erhaP day or tWO'S aUting: peat the wayto get at the cream of ;ý AKEs o()FLONG AGO. , made ome, ied d eby the housemother herself, at ed bY much more appreciated by the family than if much more is spent by buying them in thee shops. A box of home made cookies or small cakes makes a mnch prized gift and the one w who makes and gives them will find a greater plure if the gift is a result of her ·,rdework. Little rPum cpfuls of flour, one cupful each of igar and butter, one teaspoonful of mred spices, and one half teaspoon ful of salt. Beat the butter to a eam; add three well beaten eggs, e-half pound of raisins, the seedless bind, and one half-pound of currants. Idd to the flour mixture and beat hard for fen minutes. This will form a stiff paste. Dredge flour on tin blng sheets and drop the batter the ze of a walnu...

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. — 2 September 1921

stared the . - main factor o politiciaos h4V9 AR.M . the fact that the are:n d the Set long i}atm , activin ,al :V et the is stili . as a stalws cam. . * It waes not to befo i~ the s tat was given c ; e f `of M Kenzie's and M.C s activities. Gunder Olson, a former McKensle lieutenant, was appointed internal revenue collector. for North Dakota' and-Andrew Miller of Bismarck Was noinated for assistant federal judge for this state.. Recently Donald; DIn ald- McKenzie of Forman, another *Mc enzie?crCumber man, was ap peiK " to an importait position in th;f ederal land bank in St. PauL It is a.rent that McKenzie and no Yung or. the Nonpartisan e .s the whole say about fed e .ronage for North Dakota. S .,Jptlge Young I. V. A. faction t aVeral delegations to Wash i to leb the administration know isp wtho"' in North Dakota, poli tjudging from events at the at "capital, these delegations Stiled to make any impression M er cCumber's--apd as it is d here.-McKenzie's word ha is onried at Washin...

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