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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 9 September 1921

rte. # ,,,{ 4X ili .- iLI NO. 22 ý ý. 1 VýQ 1RD Y, ER , 19 avev AWNW S9 "nt d I! iden tw·5 Nt i~ t i ~r~' 1 picked "CouimitG e" t fFe i 'RI Ova _wiil Try to W C O SMEN OUT OF WORK I I ED STATES Did Nothing-President: Urged- R Z of Farmers Continues-But Railroads Will ent of $50000,0000, Which is' to Go tc Relieve Trust. - t .. t INISTRATION WANTS TO SUGAR COAT R QAD "GIFT" ident Favors Profiteers-- Wants to" Make Them Present of $500,000,000 Which They Have Collected from People By Making Tax Law Re-troaictive. OSECUTION OF THE PROFITEERS "BLOW UP" igh Jackers" Get away With Money Exploited From iWidows and Orphans While Boys Died in France to Make World "Safe for Morgan." ashington, D. C., Sept. 7..--Alarm by protests over the Administra ;s failure to do anything toward vng unemployment, President ing announces his intention of ing a conferece to consider the lem. Secretary Hoover says the onnel will be "made up so as. to resent the country geographically so far as possible embrace...

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. — 9 September 1921

A-l-., 1. This sale Will be one f the Gratet Money Saving Eve This sales wil e Greates Savon Eve it has ever been your good fortune to attend. For the month we have been scouring the Eastern Markets cash in hand, picking up Bargains wherever to be for FOR THIS BIG SALE. WE ARE NOW READY w One of- the Most Complete Stocks of General Merchandi in this section of Montana. On everyshelf,table,-in e case and bin, on every counter, up one aisle and do the other, you'll find genuine bargains awaiting you. BARGAIN HUNTERS!. BARGAIN SEEKERS! BARGAIN BUY This is your opportumity. Grasp it. It will pay you to beg, borrow or steal the money to attend this sale. Read every price quoted herein; then come and see the g All Kinds " Sugar 1 VCan 79ce Limit Blankets om- 40 Per With 5 to a Customer4 1 p other g DRY GOODS PRICES SHOE PRICES MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS GROCERY PRICES 72x9 Daisy Sheets.....................----98 Mens' O'Donnell $ 1.50 shoesfor....$7.98 Mens' large white hdkchfs., each...........

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. — 9 September 1921

e Cty SWELL, FEEL WELL, DOq all depends on what eats you buy, where:yo your eats, and what you pay for your eats. yo buy good eats you eat well, If you Wat. Sou feel well. If you feel well you do wrell tpeOple eat at the CITY CAFE. Why ndt yo ? SUEY, Evenings after i8 o'' . ROUNDUP lwr Itn's from Our r Sand Staff Writets t NTELOPE lark purchased a corn binder I and went right to. work, his corn crop, which is a Morck mad2 a trip into the wn and Westby country Tues after some land interests. 1 O'Brien, grandson of W. H. the Welliver country, was while helping with the bhresh srandfather's place. He. is better at this time, Ana Teigan of Minot, N. D., Erick. came up the last of and will visit at the" Teigan a while. Miss Teigan has in music there and came out aa to enjoy her vacation. Cady of Minneapolis, M1r. J. C. Lewis of Medicine Lake and Mrs. Stump of Grand. dropped in to say; hello' on y to Plentywood, where they business. Hess returned Monday. from where he has been since last ...

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. — 9 September 1921

-ii. c·i · Entered as Seood V tO WX- IZ office at Preft Boueta, he'~o ~1 ~1Sk Quack, frau 4 ii irre ponsiti ft acreuc oii adver io*,wand .v itt a a~ tibI "`:s any` r s ON SF i Zt Ok .. 1 Through the urtesy o tMif ducers News, I sent to the county some relative to the of delinquency' by the last leg 1920 to October All taxes for the year was not paid 0o ;or. beforeItth day of November, 1920, commenced drawing interest at the rate -of pe per cent per month from the first day of December, 1920, but the customary 10 per cent 0penal -l n bed4d until after 6 oc ti ý ber 1, 1921. All county,` ti uee 'have been instriucted by the `Public Exam iner that the taxes for 1920 not id October 1, 1921 must be republed, and an additional 50c publicatio..fee be added to the delinquent tax. A previous ;publication fee was added on Nov. 30th, 1920 and subsequently thereto, to all taxes delinquent on that date. Take for example a man owing taxes of $100 for the year 1920 and who did not pay thenm on Nov...

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. — 9 September 1921

ioC A :-..,l '"'°" .' Il I ml ilii~i i'<. ... !" o of the Outlook precinct ; I two small e sick this week. Bride Of Outlook hadtihe mis run a sharp syhle into hiS S** * M ADE BREAD for sale at - KOMPAN'S. Foss & Ronning have been granarie the past week in nanev and family are mov one of the Lasher residences t-y this week. ,ttorne Erickson, UnJder tY A Bre and Chas. E. Taylor looleY and Comertown on Tuesday. * dley, wife of the pas.or of F.eicala church enteredine Aid of that church orga Wednesday afternoon. Fox, Kraven, Metzger, Vanderhoff, McGuire and Keefe motored to this city Sat to pend the week end with here. , * Lavadore of Dooley was a visitor the latter part of He leaves today for Wah . D., where he will attend * ** L. S. Olson entertained Tues n in honor of Mrs. Hel of Osnabrook, N. D., who is here. A dainty lunch was M. Duffy, who has been "vis Fargo and other points, re here Monday to resume her ateacher in the Public here. * * * Collins was in Daleview sell of th...

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. — 9 September 1921

MONTANA WEEKLY INDsTRIIA New town of Ahles being ldaned between Miles City and Rouni,,o main line of Milwaukee railroad. Townsite plans include building of in dustrial town as well as trading point. Lewistown-50,000 tons hay to be shipped from Milk River Valley to St. Paul and Minneapolis under 34 per cent temporary reduction granted by Great Northern. Lewisto\wn--Ten Spot Well drilling to test third sands of Cat Creek field, Billings-Oil drilling material be ing shipped to new location on Still water river at Dean. Potato acreage in Montana is larg est in history of the state. Crop es timated at 6,400,000 bushels. Great Falls--Wheat crop from ir rigated area at Fairfield to be three times 1920 harvest. Quarter of mil lion bushels to be shipment from dis trict. Ronan-Work to start soon on new $20,000 school building at Mission. Scobey Grain Co. building 30,00~ bushel elevator. Great Falls-Benton Lake & Gas Co. incorporates with $50,000 capital. Four mines to resume at Sand Coule...

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. — 9 September 1921

omPosed of Abot lI oa Fide Stodck and i.ater on Which Earnmin i ncle Sam Hs Been M aranteed Dividend.on p000 Water. mmittee of 48, through itsj e '"e Chairman, Mr. J. ,A ' issued the followintg e hase uestions that have a-ji in theu public press in refer its ticle published on AugA S saing the Harding Railroa st oppoSquestions which . ave i d uthe Committee o48' eas as follows: er. Why is it not proper to caial indebtedness of the Railro ds? r that this is not 'onl, e nr but fundamentallY dishonestd l moneys spent to replacP~ ou flment or other depi~a ir o winse add to the Pvaf~ ,roPertY, but are a necessary e f upkeep, -,vd should be rec not as an expenditure. of addi invested capital bat as part o~f overheal expense to be paid out current earnings, which is inse le from any commercial proposi pope financig requires the set ]aside of a sinkinu fund taken current earnings in connection h every bond issue so that the b th emselveS will be ultinmeately l land the indebtedness wiped i ...

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. — 9 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 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 16 September 1921

ýe V, : 192 OMEN Iash iii a ··~··;r:;i;'I- .A: Terms of Beis4 Terms s eK MAre N9Y e 7.7V Agreempent N Y&A4 º bie ...But It Is Reported T_ th- -.%o - ty Took Ten of T. L. Beis . Sotes Due During the Next Tr The members of the Boarof rv Commissioners except C.harman yler who went over to Wisconsin for a visit at his old home for a few fors, have returned from the Twin Cities where they, together with the i-ety's attorneys, Messrs. Wheeler & dwin, and N. L. Nelson, Receiver o the Sheridan County State Bank, Paul Babcock, attorney for the reeivers of the same bank, met with T L. Beiseker, A. C. Netcher and ,uterous other creditors of Mr. Beis eer, where the matter of the Sheri ~an county money deposited in the iled bank was taken up, and it seems that at last- the commissioners c .cepted Mr. Beiseker's proposition to divide the total indebtedness of the Seridan County State Bank to Sheri dan county into ten equal parts, one part falling due each year for ten ears, at a very low ...

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. — 16 September 1921

Another Examlgination wiJlBBb l4 t Fill Vacanacy at Peat P -Civil Service Acts ad Baile Not Gotmn The a Old System :of Jºil01saWi 4l gibilttr ot -ApplkantM. .At the request' of the P General, , the Jnited. S~tyLtes f Se vice 'Coanipln iansl 0 xmnateutitn t, be hel 24, 1921, to ill the psit1on post master at each of the .o h.es erein after named at which a vac" nanacy ex ists. It is expected thatt will, be made as result o ination unless it icf lf i terest of thke serviceta cancy by reinstatement, t .nste promotion. This is t eai - tion under the. Ctil Servi Act, ahd rules, but is held under an . xecitive order of May 10, 1921, providing for such procedure. Following is a list of stfilces at which there are vacanacies, with the salary and date of vacancy i . each case:, . MONTANA Name Salary Date of Vacancy Antelope......-...---....$1,000 April 1, 1921 Bonner ................$1,000 July 1, 1921 Bowdoin ..............$1,400 July 1, 1920 Broadus -----....--..........$1,300 Apr. 1., 192...

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. — 16 September 1921

WELL, FEEL WEL O WL It all depends on what eats yo b. y, you , your eats, and what you pay for o eats. you buy good eats you eat well. I you eat ell, you feel, well. If you feel well y ,U o well. ` 0ost people eat at the CITY CAFE. Why not you? 4OP SUEY, Evenings after 8 ;c . ~_ ,_,,----~-------m`-;--~---- il-~ ' SR! ROUNDUP .,g Items from Our and Staff Writers ANTELOPE Dick of Havre, bank exam northeastern Montana, spent Sand Monday here, visiting his Mrs. Oliver Slette. e.inschmidt, Chas. and Rob n~ were taken to the Out ital the last of the week ir. Sells operated on the little removed their tonsils and Cgregational Ladies Aid met Oliver Slette Wednesday September 14th. Hennessy of Plentywood services here at 9:00 o'clock morning.i Glaze and O. L. Hydle of Re attended the Masonic lodge at ood Wednesday night. Mr. took a trip on the goat and is member of the order: Carrel of Glasgow, representa the John Deere Implement Co., business caller at the local. s Wednesday. Sunderland, on...

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. — 16 September 1921

Entered as Secnd Clah btL1 ;t #t office at Pn eaywn-A1 o d, t CHARLES LrAY TAYLOv Quack taudtle& A '*ý ' advert sed, a ateo vi It us pDro º SPg 1should, 1 liability 4 ar m k FRIDAY= SEflHSMfl .16, ;121 JUDICIAL MItRDJ l - Henry Pfab, active in showig up: spievin a them =ar in Chicago, has just been sht dead in dod bloo o``if he bosses' sluggers posig $ºa "ptr.' J Sid Hatijeld,` the .champo of the t l ig miner in. .: Virginia,. has just b b~ ht d in bl ad by.other l murderer of the bos.: f F ;. , 4: But the gunmen andthu- "" . :-.,.-. ARE DAN GOUS. The fight for the eiiu da h. t. Parsons, apd l-...l.. .w ordeof the courts And since petrated against the 'leader &f ai. , THE COURTS -DID THEIIrBE-r T i'. BILLINGS ANID DO NOTHING TO" R] NOW THAT ILE . ORRI ET ARPE KNOWN. In New; EngIand another attemnpt .4 m.ade. to -kil ° through the agei y of the couits t.wo. ..s.Rthe ra f bor, Nicola Sacco and .3artolomeo Vanzet.ti After a seven weeks' trial in a- MaIst setts cuurt a diced jur...

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. — 16 September 1921

:· iir ~.i~;,~ac~·~-~:~;~c~·i~;;P*;rY~sub~~J~~ i~,P-~iS~·d~';~-~.~o~2~7·l~i7~-*~ ·'G r. C..+~ ~z~ -i~. ·Q: ·j m z· DC L ~ " -·r ;; ;; ~T~ ,? e-- left Monday for rt'~~isit with friends. r returned Saturday business trip to 4zae E BREAD for sale at P*N'S. T n 'rifl .vasn in . tem. tl middleof faz. . . friends. and little son, well c itizens, were county - rs, Wednesday. * of Noonan, N. D., n r town Thursday .:. hi homestead on the res 5er yoU that 'WanA &05.a. SONS, INC. Shinners left Satur ew, wheie she will as dues as teacher in i e s there. .one of the members` of of County Commissioners, ate ill at his home here the result of having had removed- while in Minne * ier, who has been taking tailor made suits for the ch he is interested at in the Outlook country, e days of the bad weath aod this week, hustling this city. have another car load of t-apples, pears, peaches, next week. Prices reas GWALSON CO., Int. W. G. Campbell and N. G. Thursday in Plentywood oad of peaches, pears, ...

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. — 16 September 1921

RA WA S$4I TO GOYRNIETN Former Director General of iL oHids Government Pay Own Debt By C f Tii eud Making New Fmri in FineS After Capturing the Pr of oAlbe--Judg New Child Labor Law Unc nstitutil- -)OicerTeS How Hoovex Restored Autocratic Government in Hun. gary. Washington, D. C.-in a letter to Senator Stanley of Kentucky, William G. McAdoo, formerly VU. S. treasurer and director of the railroads, declares that the roads owe the government $1,444,000,000 and that the proposed grant of $500,000,000, alleged to bie for sums owing the railroads exposes the government to considerable loss. Mr. McAdoo points out that Ow government proposes 'to take railroad securities to secure the loan and that these in many cases will realize much less than par. According to the former treasurer the debt of the government to roads 'should have been met by cancelling an equivalent amount of what the :roads owe the government. "I suppose you realize," says Mr. McAdoo. "that in addition to the $1,144,000...

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. — 16 September 1921

Ii fcourse on know ereason hy illions , men like .kyStrike - gartte { 's toasted ichseals i the realA y taste RER MONTANANS FIURE IN TRAGEDY Sacramento, Cal., Sept. 10.-While s young son and daughter were eeping in an adjoining room, Earl E.arly, 40 years old, a farm lab er, shot and killed his wife, Mrs. •y Early, with a shot gun and then ided his own life with the same eapon at midnight last night at air Oaks. Early in a letter left for his brother rank C. Early of Traer, Iowa, ac ised Mrs. Early of becoming infatu ad with Joe Swails of Portland, re., while the Earlys were living in roid, Montana. The children, a boy of 8 and a girl 10 years, said they did not hear the ots. The girl awakened at 4 o'clock is morning and found the bodies of ,r mother and father in the kitchen. The victims of the. tragedy are old sidents of Froid, leaving that city out 18 months ago. IONTANA WELY Belt--Yields of from 35 to 40 bush Is of overweight wheat common. Hardin to get $200,00 hotel. Great Fall...

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. — 16 September 1921

•F-:,_.-, .' . < E u , L ..` - .... - ý'>% i4 s : - : .!.-z _ h { .- ,c- . . -, :· -4. . -4> .. - , - ,-· . . , . . s , - i ~ ` ýV ;. -A re ,: e ::-_ ji y {ý 1. "F l - t st .-;.m t, in: q.e ,o tm ty fkK 4' - y. i y ., n *_. ne if:io "a u w _ g'^1 ý ~ - ; r ,. "·zI $·: ~ 1 1; ;ý?; ; . -, v At..!",.. z -S a , . .s3...r N . '. " ? t" : r .: -. ,·:~ 1 Ai.i Adar e Y ' t, sy r` 3o L i n e V o r E v e r y ra .+ ,";" Mfti order :p,2ti fiIe4j and money efunde if o *·i *r I l 0-""1: 4i V.-i;I ··~ CIEr;PI! jl - CJ- W 4 - t , k5 .ALL SIZES, ý- _ r ,s ~tn `:. F rs mot complete W.&2- m·te comtpty. Mai oders ly fied,~ and mosey refunded i¬ , -ot e~ntirely sat~tisfies. = t, II : .;.. :'`! ' 7: -sue A{ -t'The WELa i .ER C, W. Grantan. and . E. YoxkE thdeit hiirried trip to Plentywood last Wednesday. The went for re pairs for their biders. i Rudie Paluski is un n his O.f rine for the Whitish treut t. Joe'p engie s too sallfor the separator. John Yeager is worki,: ., Whitishs the t igig =...

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. — 23 September 1921

xh~~ 't1 eUVNo 2 414 ,. e .IVxNon2x 14 4--, II" r6a~ . ... K- 4 ý.i Protest ." .ý ,jIs Forced~ S REDU Bill Reducigs 0000000, toHe Iniquity-SeHate for Five Repub~jalinI 4 t LLE1 1STILL FIGHTS FORO Paul Congressman Denounces " tions" of "Fordne# Bill" at Small Competitors-s&ys . e Reduction in Governmenk tp gPOSES SANE PROGRAM .0 ml Crisis Threatens-Tariff to Be ABig Bist ness Sees It Will Never D Un: mpl aent Grote More Serious-Idle Men Make atr apitoI More Dollar Diplomacy in ,ehaý of Pý$[e Morgan. (SHINGTON WEEKLY NW LETTER (By Walter W. Liggett) 1,ashington, D. C.=-Fear of politi consequences induped the Senate We committee to reject the retroe ie repeal of the, excess profits tax by the Administration pgh Secretary of the Treasury pen. Popular protest has Tbeen ping against this indefensible sag tion, and, although most of the Re ican senators favor the retroacthiv eal, theyr feared it would wrecks the Iellon's suggestion that the maxi m surtax rates on individual in ies be r...

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. — 23 September 1921

FRSI X~~O AT W e t y Isp. M ter a wbiA_ 44 last year, thle "brde imply u*n uae This elevator is one ýf four thou sand owned by tihx Earners who are working together to get better Markets, better Railroad Rates,, better Weights, better Grades and better Prices for each and every I grain grain grower in our com munity. What Are You Doing? Progressive Farmers Club. o Elgin Cafe A good clean place tol Eat: We want your business and try to please Everyone. We serve only the best of eat ables all the time. Next Door to Leland Hotel Popesku Bros., Proprietors Plenty wood - Montana Direct From The Grower Having been hailed out, I have been to Washington, where I have purchased direct from the grower several car loads of Apples,, including Winesaps,Winter Bananas0 and Other Varieties At FROID Monday and Tuedy, Sept 26 and 27 At HMESTE229 wf any fsitisa left. il. be..a t FRIDAY, SEPTEMI ER3Oth Mreeps wffhe4 ienpafhe $aby aranchy a of these wiB be e hspo ewek n"_c ý x F _ Y r.':' .}' x a : ý -...

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. — 23 September 1921

T WELL, FEEL WELi, DO WELL It all depends on what eats you buy, w ere you y your eats, and what you pay for your eats. you buy good eats you eat well. If you eat ell, you feel well: If you feel well you do well. Most people eat at the CITY CAFE. Why not you? CHOP SUEY, Evenings after 8 oc ck YROUNDUP .g Items from Our es and Staff Writers ANTELOPE ýrew Christenbsin of the north country, was a business caller o city Tiuesday. Sald the farmes are, busy plow ince the rain. Art Hansen of Columbia Falls Monday to attend the. funeral r father, Jorgen Larsen. . Ford, who has been here vis her sister, Mrs. 0. 13. Hoven, ror her home at Scobey on Wed ,y morning. .. Gottlieb tork advantage of the weather the first of the week and bunch of men at digging a cis at his home. s Hedges had the misfortune a jays ago to cut the ends off two rs on his left hand while cut up corn for feed. He came in at and had them dressed and they eending nicely. Bd Bare has been drilling a well ack Courtney the pas...

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. — 23 September 1921

E LOPLES P¶USfLi$J*CMPA~fPMS Bred as Cla a. e, i i, A ath t o a e at Plentywood, Momtan. UndeO Act o :Mai: 3:. 18W9 ,Quack, fraudulent and Ifr are knowingly advertisec, ad ;e wildke ia rder l 4 us promptly should .e have , si. to or quelop the we 1iaility of any firm which pafreuie@ our advertasi*% itouins. rFRIDAY, SEPtEMýER 28, 921 THE LID IS OFF At last the lid is off,: State leaders of the esota Farm Bureau federation have had to bring their opposition to the U. rain Growers' plant and other progressive steps for the famersinto the off:: Those of us who keep out eyg have .b6e - i amusement for a eoriidefle tAl ' : cnt thetics o uq -&l1J henchihen-Potter and Cutsn as ct f lee oft Farm Bureau federation. We are not -sure hat ,they find even steps promted y te Nationai Federation: too madi . ' º " s caber .. Tis, is a cmnbr ~a W farsners ats the pr ogressivb a e a~~~lb e center of what s now P eat. We knew t the statefeding* uld ter t a mkrr when 'we saw the lame ducks, 'otter ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
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