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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 23 September 1921

OCAL_ fCrosby, N. D. is a TWO . N.Huff home. thC .* * . *strand Hardware ýstor. rve belts. of Reserve was in 0hp to blsiness .the fir t i r Load of Occident ruisoIn & Co., Inc. 23-tf. anu Derhoff of" Williston in this city with friends. Thorsen of this city week end at Williston and here Moday. anon, prominent farmer .of oin Pnt was transacting i ywood Tuesday. ofer you that ..`=` &e E & SONS, ..ý f, Taylor and Alfred.BU en, r of the Nonpartisan i in Outlook on n? y evening 0d.Strand Hardware Store drive belts. 3t . * * * ost of Williston spent the at the home of her niece, L. Nelson of*this city. Usidem of Red Wing, Mum., over Sunday visitor in* this E. C. Helland home. p. Kjer and Mrs. E. C. Hel entertain the Ladies' Aid in .an church parlors Friday. is invited. * * * enry Loehr, who has been at the Kitzenberg home here P1st few weeks, left Monday home in Casper, Wyoming. Y A. T. Vollum " returned first part of the week froxh flis, Minn., where he has been few weeks on...

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. — 23 September 1921

3E°LY KE TH REVI By Quinn-Shepherdsoui Co. 4 Conflicting developments the past week resulted in rather erratic . a - kets, although a somewhat higher lev el was attained. In Wheat with Bullish theory, sta. tistics and a sustained dema$ tzroe local and outside mills the weight of Canadian supplies, a the consequent reductio* in foreign sales, the price trend became indefi nite and values remained nearly un- 1 changed from the previous week. The outstanding feature .at pr~spt is the large Canadian Wheat surus, -, which is-pressing for sale at all fer eign and domestic markets. An im mediate outlet is forced if foreign buying subsides. The Canadian sur plus is now in competition with Amer ican wheat not only at foreign mar kets, but also at our domestic milling points, nothwithstanding the duty bar rier. The fact is bemng demonstrated that the Catidian surplus is, and mun doubtedly will be, a market factor of first Importance whether or not a duty charge be imposed. A cable from Argent...

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. — 23 September 1921

IGAR1 in the liious vor yo've jthe &vor wilal watit AMAZING FACTS UT1RAILROADS the 26 months of govern operation the private owners of lroads were paid a rental of 0,000 a month, or a total of ,400,0OQ .six months after the roads were to private operation the same was guaranteed, amounting to ,000. e operatirg the roads the gov nt expended $1,25.0,000,000 for rment and new equipment. Cummins-Esch bill provided for per cent return on a valuation of 0,000,000, or $1,134,000,000 an ly. iill also appropriated $200,000, to cover "deficiencies," and cre a revolving fund of $300,000,000 -ommodate the roads When in of ready money. r the Winslow bill gave the another $300,000,000 to meet nal deficiencies. e Interstate Commerce Commis increased freight rates. from 35 per cent, passenger rates 20 cent with a surcharge of 50 per on Pullman passengers, boosted on baggage and express, in or that the roads might "make good." e Townsend bill now proposes to orize the War Finance Corpora to dig ...

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. — 23 September 1921

t ~ ~ F, r't - a loaf the to Mr. a h begin o tions nett.=" d. The conferen ce at 'otland included the chairman of the dis ricts with headquarters at. 8po e, Portland, Salt- Lake City, Ste :Francisco and Los Angeles. "The business in Montana Will be handled from Helena Blanks, forms of loan applications and instructions are now in pmocess of printing at Washigton, if not already printed, and it is belieredd will be received in time to begin operations by the first of the coming week," said Mr. Mar low. "Loans generally will be made thru borrowers, home banks and full par ticulars will be forwarded to every bank in Montana at once, upon re ceipt from. Washington. "The conference has convinced me that it is the intention of the board of the war finance corporation to ad mintter ' the relief contemplated by the acts iii the broadest and most gen ers .nagnr possible, consistent t easonably prudent business methods and particularly to divorce it from red tape and delays of any kind, it ue...

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. — 30 September 1921

r0. 9k 4''F Countyi P 4nni cftfrd' T P , shr sh th* .e."Tra Providing the e o Fýowod is R rsday morning, Comity r Thlr arried, and there beiigg fibers of the Board present, ng quorum, the. Board of missioners went into ses Satified the agreement enter by the members of the Board c bouty's special attorneys, Wheeler and Vollum and the Loan and Trust Com aT. L. Beiseker in reference e claims of Sheridan, county Sthe Sheridan County in and T. L. Beiseker and others in to the county funds on de in the Sheridan County State whet it failed. THE AGREEMENT Agreement, in brief, all of' will be published in this paper llments, provides that Sheri ty will participate in a trust the Sheridan County State opens, and it is agreed that the CoaCounty State Bank must op January fitst, 1922. L. Beiseker signed tenh notes to county which was for the t of the entire sum due the by reason of the county money in the. Sheridan County Bank. The notes come dqe one year for ten years, and these have been pla...

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. — 30 September 1921

Flour!___l r! Farmers, bring in your wheat and have it ground .into Flour at the Pientywood Mill.. Leave your money at home. Cut out the High Freignt Rates. PLENTY WOO MILLING CO." Hansen & Sony Props M1r. Far mer*. This elevator is one of four thou sand owned by the Farmers who are working together to get better Markets, better Railroad Rates,, better Weights, better Grades and better Prices for each and every grain grain grower in our com munity. What Are You Doing? Progressive Farmers Club. w S**~#e*e*i 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 time 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. ACCESSORIES OF ALL KINDS LOCAL AGENTS Fi1K Cord Aires AT PRICES AS ADVERTISED Kavon's Garage PLENTYWOOD, MONTANA TeachYour Children To ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 30 September 1921

oCaT. 8i. Below we are listing a few of the Dollar Bargains which we have for Dollar Day. You will find Bar 00ý That Day All Over Our Store. We ye going to make special prices on Pants, Kalsornine, Aluminumware,,in fact Prices on w veryteing aw the Store. Faders Gem and Keen Kutter Razors 1.00 $125cK. K. Pocket Knives, guaranteed 1.B0 No. 2 Galvanized Tuba, - - 1.00 11eavy Galvanized Pails,. 1.011 Tasher Washer,y - - - 1.W0 X1.25 Preserving Kettles, - 1.00 .Watch Window For Dollar Specials Aluminumware. Free --- 3 Joints\and Damper with every Heater sold on Dollar Day. $1L00 Discount on All $10,0 Cash Purchases on Dollar Day of goods not above listed. Hellanzd= Satlrs ad $.5PreErvNgKttleOD, MO-N REAL ESTATE TRANSFER Nellie M. States and husband to bn Flair, warranty deed, lotss 1-2, 1-2 NW 1-4, NE 1-4, 19-35-52. Stephen W. Brown to H. W. Brown, arranty deed, SW 1-4 NE .1-4, 19 SHOE ILL? IT IS ONLY AS BAD AS YOU ALLOW Maybe you've forgotten that we are here. At any 1ate-it is almost ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 30 September 1921

APL ,. OFTR POL BY lip ai VDIL M conthiuiag tb.' arnoftK PMasp.Os Ion..OLs PUBLIsItat * flItA Y, PtunsIJS £ntered as Seana4 dise Alatt ,~ 1914 at tby. APoati a le Pley ood. t Act t M" rckh, . . TAYl0I, r and Mhnagrx = Foreign Adve'rtaini RepresenatLive .p HEýR ASSOCIATION . QuBC ,'' % a s 4 able- firm are 'g "l owingl . advertised, and we e t1 a d favor it any reader will d us promptly should th e o sio doubt or qu Ytio liability of any firm pt s 0r advertising4gait*. RID AY SEP EMBER 0 I, 1921 BE FRUE TO YUOWN It is z remarkable thAig wsoon weforget. The forgetting hiabit. is aomon to all mankiu4: The r perhaps, most of all. The farmiers ~ h~ncounty in ra sit every comn itay have diug, down into their jeans inr ears pasit to provide the money to bull co-operative elevators. They:: s,, enth4 .robbery of the old line el ev t W aein tolerable: wIen the were convinced by experience thM Fp city. cd ex istence as farmers *ended " n the owning of their own u When the ele ors were built, t...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 30 September 1921

LOCA d of Outlook was in A uesday and paid the News a call. Load of ,Occident &,wlS1 Co., Inc. 23f Says: "Go to Hell-and E. Corner attended tHn a Welfaie eeting at Hinsdale dG * * offer you that "Range & SONS, INC. of Coalridge wad te callers at the News office y. * * Olesef and C. Carlson o business visitors werd tis wee. Glavier who has been sel g vthe Outlook precinct for the k kas in jyenutqwkod at tobusiness Thtrsday. Weiss left last week fob with friends and Minneapolis and other poiits. ~s.* * * 1 e the dentist, has been parst week to attend to his, being confined to. his room' of the time at the ;Leland * * * Anderson of Froid, ex-County Roner of Rooevelt countyx lentywood, on legal business ay and Thursday. f "ovdey of Outlook was a vsitor in Plentywood Thus r. Hovdey reports threshing veg very nicely in that vi * * V. A. Wheeler of Froid ar Plentywood last Saturday for l visit with friends in Sheri tV. Mrs. Wheeler spent and Sunday with . Editor Taylor and Monday a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 30 September 1921

till7 AI7, j' F o l o t h e.}: i ,k +.ý' C r o w d.. SATURDAY, SOCTER S BAKERY & GROCERY Phone 14 The Ste . That Save You Money Phone 14 We Dehver Free to All in Town GROCERIUL 12 pounds lbans, hand picked, - "- 1.00 13 pounds Rice, fancy, - - 1.00 4 pounds Fancy Seedless Raisins, - 1.00 8 Cans Milk? large, - - 1.00 21 High Grade Toilet Soap, - - 1.00 ,12 Rolls Toilet Paper, - - 1.00 24 Bars Laundry Soap, dark or white, 1.00 3 pounds of Coffee, 3 - - 1.00 11 pounds of Sugar, - - - 1.00 7 Cans of Peas, - - 1.00 1 Quart Olive Oil, 1.0 3 4 lbs Baking P'd'r 1.00 WEEKLY MAR KET REVIEW By Quinn-Shepherdson Co. Although there were many depres sive influences the past week, Wheat prices declined only in a very stubborn manner and in fact, on any let up in selling, prices rapidly advanced. Some excitement was caused by the publishment of August Wheat ex ports,' which were reported over 58 million, exceeding August sales of any former year. There is at present, however, a decided lull in ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 30 September 1921

rie City WELL, FEEL WE .ý D W it all depends on what eats you buy, where you i your eats, and. what you pay for your eats. you buy good eats you eat welli If you eat ell, you feel well. If you feel well you , weld . ost people eat at the CITY CAFE. Why not you? OP SUEY, Evenings after 8 o©cIp ROUNDUP 1ag Items from Our and Staff Writers FROID For has it that Froid is to have pJmeat market. recent rains have delayed rperation, somewhat but e plowing the best ever. Jacobsen returned Monday illiston, where he spent Sun Jacobsen is installing a pipe nce in his farm residence ad the townsite. ort Dahi left Monday for Pop ere he has acceptr. a position tv county treasurer. Anderson and family of Mc ere Froid visitors Wednesday. Pearl Schwinehart returned v from Minerville, Pa., where nt the summer with relatives. H. T. Haagenson and family yesterday from McIntosh, where they have been visiting e time past. T. Knappen, who has been in t since the early part of last returned Monday to help ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 30 September 1921

Cows. Beseber Bank Merchants Nationi al. o entered upon a ems ... menit, a eopy of which'i :hrs tarched, marked - Ehibit "A," Charles E. Beiseker ;nd Lila ._ 1 Netcher entered upgn "at , c l~tr~i P~d~ea ~ of which s ertwo attch. Exhibit "4,W11 NOW, THEREFOR consider S of the dtal es herein d 4~Iiti~ed~aitco tios of` :rimz D~olIVr ($&A01k y*e of iipatiah o parties hereto hereby cenant :wI agree as follows, to-wit: ; 1. Said -. L. Beiseker has, on date, executed ten (10) certain prom I issory notes, each in the: si * Twenty-f our Thousand Two, Hundred. Pifty-six tDollars ($24,256.00),. ed September 7th, 1911, and tu g as follows: Note No. 1 on or befr January 1st, 1922, Not No. 1 on- oar before Jana .1sst 19, .Note No. 3 en or before , aniir3i 1st, 1924;'N e No. 4, on: or be January =1t, 1925, NotetNo. 5, on or before JMn ary 1st, 1926, Note No. 6, on or be fore January 1st, 1927, Note No. 7, on or before January 1st, 1928, Note No. 8, on or before January 10t, 1989, Note No. 9, o...

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. — 7 October 1921

~~5~~? 4 ··;·L~i~-~~ a:r_~3 ~a~~u~ii· -1:-s--:Li~ - b. u:I. :Pt~r t.·~ ·i-1 a -+-,· ~ F"; ;·j; ·~f `i r· t~-1~M - ii ; .*I E~i ;:r 1 ·?, I;L ·~i ~i~;ia B~ ~ ·i· :· r. i "; r~ ; ~~ :z ~L;a L~;"-·:~~ 4~g;~ ;; IF;C; -·· : I;' :.r r: :`t · ;· ·· ~ I.Sk^ r;: .. a ·a b : ~ · 1~ ~i~-.. i.~. ~:·~!? .e .I~fi- ~~r~ ~:'·" CI ~-~~ :;· ;·,~ .-r _,1·. :· ::" ·" 5 1~· L .~ ··; ·-,.·. .-, ~S-.'- dT~S~"-.~ *=-"3 _. .·"r_ ~- .i·th 1 ~id~N. NP· 26 i-. -Xi :·· 4 :L;~S~_I · ~~ i:i· ki~il L;Y~ j r J·. i~-- ,IOli-~looL ·i. ~ .-.N ·i· -~· 1 ··t~A,, 1 i` a~ .5; P~' :~ 1 :-a-~ i·i· ~:r; i.· '4 ... r :: x~: :: 9identa - reru'i t of the Fta a, A r " h.LW 1a' x u "V.a a .. V .." . '.f! .ý "º ý ýr. Lr x . _'wu '. a v rt c . ý :.Y.Wt .ýý ntnued from last week ( EXifIlBIT A .I e eber 1920, by and , TTL. Beistker of Fessee~i4 Dakota, party of the first innesota Loan and a corporation of Minnzba esota, prtY of the . einafte r ;or brevity. , arndThe Northwesteats ank of Minneapolis, The 4 rit SBank in Minneapolis -an...

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. — 7 October 1921

elSale Wl ill CorIti By request, of hundreds of our cstoner we wi continue our Big Fall Opening Sale all month, as many, owing to wether conditions and other circumstances over which they no control, were unable to take advantage of the special bargains offered at that time. So will repeat the entire list for the balance of this month, with the exception of a few items whi were entirely sold out, and which we were unable to procure in the market. But in additi to the many articles advertised you'll find The Whole Store, From Top to Botom, From One End to Other, Ablaze With Real Money Saving Opportunities. Shrewd buyers come long distances to this store. We are making Dooley the Best Town' Montana to Do Your Buying. Don't take our word for it. Come and see. BARGAIN HUNTERS Bargain Buyers! BARGAIN SE THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY! GRASP IT! It will pay you to beg, borrow or steal the money to attend this sal . READ EVERY PRICE QUOTED HEREIN; THEN COME AND SEE THE GOODS. Campbell's Soups lb...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 7 October 1921

The Ciy al tAT WELL, FEEL WELL, DO WELL It all depends on wha-eats you- buy, where you buy your eats, and what you pay for your eats. If you buy good eats you eat well. If you eat well, 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 o'clock 'V--- · Follow the Crowd THE PLENTY WOOD BAKERY & GROCERY Phone 14 The StoreThatSaveYou Money Phone 14 We Deliver Free to All in Town GROCERIES. 12 pounds Beans, hand picked, - - 1.on 13 pounds Rice, fancy, - - 1.00 4 polunds Fancy Seedless Raisins, . - 1.00 8 Cans Milk, large, - - 1.00 21 High Grade Toilet Soap, - - 1.00 12 Rolls Toilet Paper, - - 1.00 24 Bars Laundry Soae, dark or white, 1.00 3 pounds of Coffee, - - 1.00 .1 pounds of Sugar, - - - 1.00 7 Cans of Peas, - - 1.00 1 Quart Olive Oil, 1..0 4 lbs Baking P'd'r 100% NTY ROUNDUP tereting Items from Our changes and Staff Writers N. E. ANTELOPE iss Anna Hovet of Plentywood nt the week end with the home - this week....

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. — 7 October 1921

TUE I;E* NEWS PAPE. bF TE P ? , ,H FQR THE PEOPLE _riumLOOK MOTER k .OlLES PUBLISHING COMPA NY, PUBLISHER : Entered as Second Cl Matter, Octobef 18~ 1912, at the 'Plos-i office at Plentywv-o!vi. tana,' Unde r the Act .of March 3, 18*t. CHARI ,ESE-E. TAYLOR, Editor and Mgnager. Foreign Advertising Representative L THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION I -:r'quack, fraudulent and irresponsible firms are not knowingly advet~ised, and we will take it as a favor if any reader will advise us promptly should they have occasion to doubt or question the re liability of any firm which patronizes our advertising columns. : Friday, Octobeq 7,4921 Aid For Profiteers; NiX Farmers. WHO HAS NOT OBSERVED THE CURIOUS FACT that the very people who talk loudly against THOSE WHO ADVOCATE A I.ITTLE PUBLIC OWNLRSHIP, are most-.anxious:to rive the state a place and impc-i_ 'iice in the public mind HFLD in more ancient dayxs by ,a ruling m.nroimch, or in the MIDDJ1E AGES, by the CATHOLIC CHURCH, To those of us who...

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. — 7 October 1921

LI DOLLAR DAY, SATURDAY,OCT. 8 as Boneless 7 airs Men G Ca Feet ---- - -----. . 100.-----. ------- Cans orn Beef 5"Yds. Light o Dark - ---l C--- Bef 1. Percale .------. ....... Boe Family Soda I ti Cretonne -s Saimon 1 Canva Gloves cans saimn' 1.00 i.1va E 1 W asPeas mit Brassieres 1 Jt. ,P. Molentywood OH. Montana LOCAL NEWS and Mrs. Abe Malcolm are ing over a daugeter born to last Friday. Ralph Paske has accepted ition in the county treasurer's She commenced her duties Monday. .7. E HAVE TAKEN SPECIAL CARE TO MAKE IT WORTH WHILE TO VISIT OUR STORE N DOLLAR DAY. IT WILL BE A REAL BARGAIN FEAST. AS IT WILL BE THE TIME T .IE. YEAR THATRGAIJ4__ ..... 1 - - Ui-I.".D G. .. . 1.q, : BARGAIN DAY OCTOBER 8 MEN'S AND BOYS' FURNISHINGS GROCERY DEPARTMENT ys' Fleeced Union Suits ...$1.0..._. ..--- 7 Large Cans Milk......... en's 2-piece Suit, light weight .......----------- 4 lbs. Fancy Pberry Coffe 1.00 ys, Overalls . ..__..---.--------------------- ----- . - .. 13 lbs. Hand Picked Beans. 0 ...

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. — 7 October 1921

Wein in your WheatiNO latei -e will be an abundance. MrE Farmer: This elevatr is , one of four thou sand owned by the Farmers who are .working together to get better Markets, be1ter Railroad Rates,, better Weights, better Grades and better Prices for each and every gmruaiyn .grower in our com .-- What Are You Doing? Progressive Farmers Club. E -~ -- - - -- - - 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 many dollars in the future. "Mutt" and his able corps of assistants make repairs the right Way. Bring your Car Troubles to Us. ACCESSORIES OF ALL KINDS LOCAL AGENTS F'uk Co rd Ti're I AT PRICES AS ADVERTISED PLENTYWOOD, MONTANA TeachYour SChildren To Save Your children will learn more of the value of money through having a bank account *than by any other means.i : It encourages them to see the amount in crease, and at 5 per c...

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. — 7 October 1921

Ewe hawe for Dolin Day.a. Yoff find t That Day All Over & Sta. tWea e going to make specia prceso . ts, lalsom~ine, Almiumwa,,r fact c on er iEtn the Stoe.a _- . . ' ri ,, , Iers Gem and Keen Kutter Razors 1.00 125 K. K. Pocket Knives, guaranteed 1.00 . 2 Galvanized Tubs, - - 1.00 evy Galvanized Pails, - 1.00 asher Washer, - - - 1.00 1.25 low wreserving Kettles, - 1.0 atch Window For Dollar .Specials Aluminumware. Free --- 3 Jointsl and )amper with every Heater 1dwe have on Dollar Day. Yind 1.00 Discount on All $1O0,00er Cash Purchases on Dollar Day of goods not above listed. selm and Keen Ktr ra nd HARDN ARE PLENTYWOOD, MONTANA ANTELOPE of the .i.tn working on the at on rig was brought into Dr. Hun ednesday night suffering from ken arm caused by falling down t in the Richalxrdon barn. . Courtney an .li Sorvick went sl h4 hi t4 S ii t a C HOE I-LL? IS ONLY t BAD AS QUALLOW Maybe you've forgotten at we are here. At ahy rate-it is almost rlminal-not to say gross xtravagance - to t...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 7 October 1921

ler, iifo ins LL4p News thatg i ing i to tl ailt l asht sbould .id ereis not an immediate -imprevo ment, -thati.e . have `to close the m"llH. This would e calamity 4: f.te farmers. - i ecom.fn winter will * hi est times this has e. h ver eeriene L .Mr. F-i i foryour own protection,- tke no chance on the future. See that you h. te foodc for your family-bring aload of wheat to the milllay in enough flour for a year. And do it now! r ..Or the mil will close. Thien your chance will be lost. September School Report The September report of the Plentywood schools was submitted to the board of trustees by Supt. E. M. Hauge and in part reads as follows: Boys Girls Total Daily 4 Grade 1 18 16 34 , 31.9 Grade 2 18 17 35 31.8 Grade 3 11 14 25 22.76 Grade 4 16 17 33 2836 Grade 5 18 8 26 24.07 Grade 6 11 8 19 169 Grade 7 8 17 25 23.76 Grade 8. 8 17 25 23.76' H. S. 22 40 65 57. Total 139 154 284 260.31 NUMBER PERFECT Boys Girls T6tal Grade 1 11 9 . 20 G.ade 2 11 10 21 qrode 3 8 7 15 r~+,1e4 4 9 13...

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