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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 14 October 1921

"f t --- -~ < ' - me V, No.27 Y IONTANA FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1921 s ad a Nation Staitlekd by eath of Senator Knox Tent19 of the Sheru~idnw County and Belseker-Sherldan County State ~ank Agreement Recently Ratlifedi] by the Board ofl County Commissioners COMMISSIONES' PROCEEDINGS. TE TRUST AGREEMENT (Continued from last week) NOTFThis agreement is so long that the Producers News is running - tserially The readers should save ith paeral.rs and read it together so all the pars imself as to the exact s as the inomatter. facts in the EXHIBIT A g Trust Agreement I yr IS UNDERSTOOD AND AGREED that such control of thea saGdECountry Banks and the sai r Faid rrs Trust Company and the said 0 Farn Home Credit Company as is in- t idet to the ownership 'of stocks t ientby transferred is hereby vested 4 absolutely in the party of the second 4 atTrustee, provided, however, that d until such times as said Trustee may o elect to the contrary, the said party t the first part shall remain in the a ma...

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. — 14 October 1921

48 S Kat i hat C L T~y~ot : di~i~~~ ProucerssNpw 0 r U I _ wý rýA fi." ,ý. Al l Ly l Wh a ty ýte-' ITS a s t4):=a 1! iii:~ _"., ..i1 :?' 0ýý -}ET; 1,AN1".i , ý - , st l J j 4: >j year rigidM ~t1~ Nat~a~ ~ESS ad ONEL~OTOF OVERLS, C. .L¶. i = y 1 .3 9 t1 . 1;'s sa t; rt ai t t G O A T 7 5 ~uesets ak ana totI Dieq.ut O PERCALES C@ . . 7''; . li'if '- -- Uv~~r Lights and Dak, oS NLY PAY TEE BE GEUT agemen eIrtSeu tli0fOA ALLftufSs pFGAlN . N Lenox, Diamond C, Luna,~ Donat an i10 lb Sac As We Are Preparing to Put the men wSackho manage the Bank's affairs. oIngI Sale, 1t Will Pay H .-.ou r _ _ _ _ _ . ..o Tot*party who haul tha :-jiate our #t*s. e t n ct W Best or Servie at ties. A . E Ffrt Natrflft Ba:k Cn &irdieM 1) ý i O yida; Elevat rE (e awRe6te Momae. - o SPEI LAlways on Hand e w ayeS trat 1 AI!Te eune Cnta 4 eBaksmitbighrk OSO Vidoria Elevato - 11. c. jKING, Agent. ~ ~Sehel N You Can Always D B_____ Farmers' Elevator. "c~(arn ov Heryd BlAp $EN; Martin Nlon, Manager. HALVOR ....

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. — 14 October 1921

ý ~ rjgw ~nfeel well. Iyob{ewi ,r~ oWl pl- I.. - - Items fro n~ .and Staff WritelS ELRFY ananh returneda : visit. es . Andrew Ueland of nedown Sunday for a h their daughter Elsie, who echol here. y seoolg the barn on the place burned down. The of e fire is unknown. " Ison, who lives south of ysfered a stroke of paraly ew days ago, one side oi the fe cmplletely paralyzed. Mr. Swokng on a threshing theme of his misfortune. It tl$ he will have a quick re (MERTOWN dank in town .Saturday nigh,' ell ttended and all ezrjoy pu aftwas in town Monday son was a business vis Monday. House threshed for hack eek and is at King's and Cor at The ptesent. Roach was in Westby .Satur business: and rs:. Chas. Owens MVeim-In lage Saturday on business. -hSeries and t Donald . wetto town Monday. . -i of~ - C r; Having decided to quit frnig a 'ýi1n sela ubiautnamy$r,.112tils $ofC ne towiIn ~tont11and 2,3aE 57,thefOoh pr~cr iopery, iof FRIAYVQOTOMEf.R 21 Three WokIX~ itý _~ore edxg wih 40 One aye a~ y1ibac ...

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. — 14 October 1921

GH PIF PAPS OF ¶53 Entered on Second Ocas ,8 i . Pew office at Plentywood, Z _ ah g CHARLES F 6:`. Quack, fraudulent asnd. ir wponaib firms are, not knowingly advertised, and we will take Iti As a favor ` any reader will adcse us. promptly should they have a to ioubt ter question the re liability of and firm which psa es our advertising columns. FRIDAY, OCToBs14 92 .RESERVE SYETEM V. STA BANKS Not long ago we had soithig to say to m bankers abot how the enemies of the farmers are their enemies too. And we have also pointed ut how; the fight on theBankof North Dakota was largely a fight of big national banks versus small state banks. The state banks themri*ubeen str n ened 4n 4he public mind by the guarantee of d ts law, and the state banks had a fair re-discount agency in Bank of North P akota. WE NOW HAVE SOW E EVIDE4US.+ John Skelton 'Willian. comptroller of the currency under Wilson, declared the other'day in a speech in Georgia that when he complained to the federal reserve boar...

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. — 14 October 1921

CAL '. ofthxs wee. legal bus e of the C is on the .sick t to a verys ckon and Ther esvisitors smatters at .te *Orville Ban njt were t le' Thurdy ngto Oatlook. 9enScial ccr fo hort business trip entertained the Vepera Club Thurs-( oa~e~o es I e!.you that, "Ranige ER &cSONS, INC. ofdhe Ouof the prom- s b tlook district, i visitor the middle a iThis Week's Issue Kf SONS, INC. e S terlins left Tues- c vi Buick for Kansas e dmpanied by F. E.of family of Minneapo * 'njthe winter in I visitors in this city t an.f sioners J. D. Mat- r beyi critically ill at his to be in a very er you that "Range & SONS, INC. 1 they A. C. Erickson, by his wife, made a to (Irenora the last of I &lewis of the Mountain t Tel. Co., arrived here t d of the week to attend OatNrs. I . Get the Latest "Pale t dian love song); "Sacra- a e song) at BOLSTERS. f r J. Collins appointed of Raymond as deputy 4 'e during his absence to C. B. Bull of Red- 1 aed by Mrs. Bull's i ut of town attendants at, , ay eveni...

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. — 14 October 1921

i P~l iV s.UŽ? are yo t Ow.. _ " _ t fIIIk'3 Prog ,rt'c' ?ii4Farmf ý+ýl 'erj 0.": pf3'W.4; ¬id ~ {1Ii~IL~Iff(t5~ ~ai~ `.3 t :rtf3 xs 3 c 1 i n 4*9 +T PC' (f`£ý 3 fr i~r) ýq ~r of I TO ,. 'fi Ov f ; ý.,ii , `f -T 1T rZ 41 _4 fI1~~I 0 the in - 3to the:i~ .f r a ot Ei sun~r .idc-x - ITie * her repirý prpi~ &~ný a`: .ý. }Vi'! .th ..: t 'i e ýiY5 r F± `' ý youn t many . dolr jn the future_, . Cyi j'r! yt." `+ :J S ki Pro aa TAE Id 8 Yir~c e ilearnmore t value > Hf -noney t -o..h aving a b account Ethan. y ny other means. hei ahe amount in e 7° ' 5 te  i7y~ý res mpoid sem iný flt t take arge sums. C " Why not start an ... for em nove? ~he tilt nesi¶ One 10 ar naeh adbeal p { 4,AT Is9qIIfA4 C~wv .MONTAiA a omyw/ r) III eratii*n what .. 0 tfore8Ig iiiquiry for theesa foreign crop an 1ista yers flu ceI o~ fiv sa fin-$ve g c oe - ,3 p .1~4p ta.:z~ yrsfint Wconsideriopn 6 miel rctx buehelqpnwnt *fess .6jian ef averinin [ agetA.!it ie4.oa err Thgen belie.Al r hougb the oas veprtionmnof D...

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. — 14 October 1921

1rti d f i o - L fao -~~~~~ 01-Msýý$2 ges of7. The Great > lines in the state ,dbe of'0 sidetracks. wer fo ws.$,2 804 502 enads ofer9thr sinde ns ofic thtlaey tako ...:e sileagernlas iha. . 9 87 Th G eat nile sdentrs of. dtraks Soihe, $7,507,050; main g 135.76; sidettracs2.4 g 8wringto & Qwl:y'~ l mileaen _e lee m I alls a8ilro3. 135.76e side trata aV Bulingtn- Quincy so3. line milinge 134le .iiee37.78; 3id t5c1 2.24. le ases ags of mtiu0a0 allerailroad in th, Pacific, a&d e the 9 Q0 gon ine $80069 in the case of tbe %>;$50,725 for s~ 4~t county33 fornd seconditha* insofe Mis 5 i0rd wi4h Yellw s6 isn ointa mile I p eii and the Ml~iW, CouftYstandsPw secndwit ' cScthern, $i7s00r waint a Cotieau of the Great s ofal railroads.' inKh Northern andth $7d120,577 agn thilwaurkee.ds lininther ass essmen is$,1019e n Milwaukee, $1,~397,943. Great Northern assessment jn paCountyisf$c32,a 2 : aith ,.nkee, $4,198,094. je 0 cointh, .ecareat .i pay taxes on $.,531,43 aw lakee onn $ 279...

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. — 14 October 1921

'OUR WASHINGTON LE. i. Progres ive ublicans Flirt With Democrats in- Hope of Amend ing ~ninistuation's Reactionary Revenue Program-Tari Hodito 1 Tken Up Until Regular Session of Senate Opens- Preagle1 finds Way of Advancing $100000,000 to Railroads .Nrrr's Whitewash: Shows Low Stage of Political Morals -Reiico's Land -Policy Prevents Recognition. BY WALshI W . LIGGETT. Wa6iaington D. C.--it was apparent after the treaty with Germany 'had been before the Senate a few dayq that most of 'the members of that august 'body intende to make speech es on the subject. The talk was in terminable, and, at last these meas 'ires were hastily sidetracked in favor of the revenue bill: The Administration is trying to force through the tax bill as speedily as possible, but members of the far mer bloc strenuouuly object to many of the provisions of the' Fordney-Pen rose measure and, it is beginning to look as if material changes will have to be made in it. Progressive Republicans are flirting with the...

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. — 21 October 1921

so~~~ IV,* No 2'ý' x~ý, n ~ -.F. .. z!.. ..-JO -t 'iromotmtrF yiaz1Loe& YON:j ~ -i "' 'ý t ý ýa r. -s,- ý. ý ý -ý;" ~' r y i:I' :.,: r x ýý `ý ,ý . y ý s 0J:i ~~· the Sheer d-: s a S cCumber Comes Out Ag at, As Does Win. Langer .-j lismarck Tribune. (By A. B. Gilbeit) ince tor McCumber joined th fe of those opposed t the Ssplit between the forces natuIe y Spl to the Nonpartisan Le e opp- -North Dakota has beco : f"rers in ~re pronounced. This fact together with the sale of statae oonds in spite i oyott and the splendid sp . Ythe farmers strengthens - .rnession that the League farmers a e otheir 9th vctory on Octobei g of the strong arguments which the anti-farmer crowd has to face s i nsibility for the cost of this spe a recall election when t.ge next .prn aes will be held in the ag.e ofi1ci ils figure the expense to te state and its people conservative-' St $85Q0, although some of this iunt will be paid by railroads, in uance companies and other donators I a rn eantifarmer mach...

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. — 21 October 1921

'` ý rfý ý En 'Nev ea r 37, 1 a te`-'19- -'4r es '#wigto otA(m DIVIDED) FOR, SO PURPOSES That Monitana is a corn growing re-' gicn and can *rodie e better valnes per acre than some :of the principal" corn producing states is one of the objects of the Montana State Corn Show whiffi will be held at Ml(s City, November 17, 18 and 19. An . other-perhaps the principal object is to interest the corn growers in •'Better Corn Every Year." The stateemnt that certain districts in Montana;produce better corn valuesl to the acre than such states as Io.wan is usually greeted with a certairi amount of derision by those not° fa miliar with conditions. There is, `however, a considerable , acreage through the Yellowstone Valley where corn production will run from 85 to bushels of corn to the acre. If it is' considered that the average price of the ~aud producing these crops i around $15 an acre and that the Iowa crops are grodiced on laud which a few years ago was selling at prices ranging from $400...

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. — 21 October 1921

WELLU FEEL *ELL, -3 Itall:deends on what eats Y ui. whr you your eats, and what you pay ymou.. r Oate.'. you buy good eats you eat Well. If you eat you feel well. If you feq well Y. well. people eat atthe CITY (FE W. t OP SUEY, Evenlng af#te cApk ,-CH.··__·~·bY~~~~II ROUNDUP SItems fronm Our and Staff Writers AN(ELOPE Well transacted business at seat Tuesday. Anderson spent Sunday at Sisiting at her home. NDaniels returned to Medicine first of the week.:. J C. Hunter was a Plentywood fesional duties Wednesday. N. B. Saxton was a passenger Wednesday morning. -W. Richardson and R. S. made a trip north of Plen Wednesday, where Mrs. Rich went to look after her farm rests. Senecal attended to business at Plentywood Wednesday trains. Hendrickson spent Wednes her home here, the Clerk & ,r's office being closed for Col Day. i Ueland went to Williston y to attended the Blooded Stock ch was conducted there this Blake left on a business trip western part of the state Tues Miller of the nor...

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. — 21 October 1921

I·I CHALS E. TAYLOR, Edr ad Quack, fraudulent and irresponsible crms are not knowingly rte, and we will take it a a favor if any reader will adve Ss promptly dmould they have casoe to doubt or questio the re liability of any fir which patroizes our advertising olum .s. SFRIDAY, OCTOBER 21p 1921 ITENBERGS Special YaluesO d r S rday Ia Seaso.able Redy-ToWear. SCOA-TS Materials are Wool Boliva, Marvella, Veldyne and Plushes, Well Tailored Models,Trimmed with Fur Collars SKIRTS. In the Newest Styles and Materials. DRESSES An assortment of materials in Tailored Styles and Fancy Embroidered Trimmings. Trimmed Hats Children's Dresses Smart Styles, of In Velvets and All Lyon's Velvet Zibeline. Wool Serges. Sizes 6 and :ther materils to 14 years old KITZENBERG MILLINERY PLENTYWOOD, MONTANA Plentywoodroce~ryad Baker IN ORDER TO GET ROOM FOR A FULL LINE OF MEN, WOMEN and CHILDREN'S WE HAVE DECIDED TO REDUCE THE GROCERY STOCK THIS SALE LASTS FOR ONLY TEN DAYS, BEGINNING -Saturday, October 22nd,...

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. — 21 October 1921

0C~-AL w 1" Ah ~" " ''e- - ^ ~ý. . .A oNews a few days f of Medicine Lake st' visitor Friday of r resigned her posi alson & Co. store and " her' new duties at the owaY representing the Co of St. Paul, was bal customers here the Weiss returned from. the the latter part of last she and the little son .rtnight with her moth relativ s, being called serious ii ness of her Dollar PLENTYWOOD,,i >MGN pmt last always: in a few days more the- north wind b.e owing cold and chill down over the frozen plains Y0e and the wife and children will feel the need of winter clothing-BE PREPARED--B-ry now and the garments when that cold day comes. We are showing a fine line of men's women's and chil 's warm underwear, Patrick wool mackinaws and leath and a very desirable line of soft, warm, woolen ets. Buy now while the line is complete. . CS AND BOYS' SUITS LADIES' UNDERWEAR ie Ne Shipment of Silk and Wasl Mixed Fleece lied, re New oSh n Nonshrinking, Union Suit; s Men's and Boys' Price, the Suit...

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. — 21 October 1921

Mill.l . We need your WheatN( as liiert, re will be an abmindance . PLENTY WOOD MILUNG CO. Hansen & Sat, Props. 1 - Mr. Frmer This elevator is one of faour thou sand owned b te Farmers who III are working together to get better Markets, better Railroad Rates,, better Weights, better Grades and better Prices for each and every grain grower in our com munity. rWhat Are You Doing? Progressive Farmers Club. w Auto kepars. There are very few cars that have run a season or more but what need some repairing before you put them into the giind 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 Trouibles to Us. ACCESSORES OF ALL KDS LOCAL AGENTS, jiEi i Cord T1res AT PRICES AS ADVERTISED Kavon's Garage i PLENTYWOOD, MONTANA TeachYour Children To Save' Your children will learn more of the value of money through having a bank account than by any o...

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. — 21 October 1921

Banks M Farm and Sto a r Board Loans to Bankers s0ecure Paper of Farmers ur, Who are Solvent. SMontana .stock ct famers in need of funds Secaurity that would be ade seurii1 1 confIitions, should der normbaker' Notice hash t heir aMontana banks by t to al and Livestock Loan -ulturafor the War Finance V ting this state, that it is ý and reaidy to receive appli ad banki. bankers, trust ,fo otherd gnancial institu es aultura and livestock for aquariters of this agency ilH. H. Pigott, secre ltgelente agency is not auth .tates the incdvidual borrow Ito eauSt 1do business through W locba.s- revived the War a cgreatlor. to aid the agri arpd livestock interests . it at the disposal of the corpora Shillio dollars. So far as o aillotment has been made Cooperative associations el.igible but their business so ligdir'ect . with the War Fin be draton at Washington. r.oict limitations are placed e loning f this money and the Sloandge in :Montana will be loans already in effect the ,.eo not preclude...

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. — 21 October 1921

sale - Fr Commnc Lt Sharp b". N ' ý,, ," Having tent.mamy PFrm, I hereby tffer for sale at my farm, Sec. 25, Township 31, Range 58, 10 Miles South and 2 Mile Dagrn-r: 8 Mi.ea StraightWest - Hegbo & Johnson's Store; 4 Miles Straight North of Dagfla; 18 Miles Southwest of Sale . ...: Having an ry Fed s, 9 heryoff, er for28 al atOmy farme c comi reh msrg, Sec.2Twousin3 , "i jORSES. One white cow, coming fresh in spring, HOG S One bay mare, 10 years, wt. 1350 3 years old Three Fine Hogs, weighing One bay gelding, 6 year, wt. 1250 One red cow, coming fresh in spring, 0Hundred pounds eaI. One gray gelding, 9 years, wt. 1350 5 years old One ay eldin, yeas, wt.350 One red cow, coming fresh in spring, 200 C ICKEN One rayGelding, years, wt. 1350wo hndred.Chikes, all age, Team iron gray geldings, 9 year, wt. 2800 One red cow, coming fresh in spring, OEns One back mare, 8 years, wt. 1350 4 years old. One bay gelding, 12 years, wt. 1300 One black cow, coming fresh in winter, 200 BU. OATS One...

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. — 28 October 1921

lj: ~·m~ ~t,:·s~ i. ·., Zl~iS~c-L' "'~;·~·: i~..- I'- ." .'·· ~''-i· :~: ··:· P :i" i. i~EI I~-L~q~F ~. ·~ il.-· :i--le :.·~: r-. ..1 -·- -·--,.---e ~ ~"-i" ~i~ .-T .. ·-·~j' -a: r-ls i--·: Q'; ~tirri -· `i-·:: " ' a ~·~· ~~ .·t -.rr ; :·i· ~7:·;:~ -C i· u; ~c· 1· ~r~pg~ rrT .i . 1· ~"· ·~el T~ ..·1-~. · ~=;~t' 4.·:. ~i2·:·"~' ·I: r:; i; ~'·· i ~.3·'-'-: .~ia. :6·, ~2? 7 ·;i--I 6~- :: L ·:~ is 2. ;· .""~i~ r· ·`.F b: i : i~;-I·` · -.··J~· 1·-· :.· +: + " 9 :·I 5--·1 ''-`L". ,i:. .~ ·~j RatDlied ( tey-[-t~ Board ~sf ~ gll~rWsn: ~ tl ·rrr·iLurr; C~-·;-:- --·.~~rzp~-~rr-~K~'~~r·si` ; +- ···u;; rrr_ ~-~~ic~t ·P efl Sh0'I ~-~ :·· Ir ~T~~ ~6s~s~ "~(lrqii~" Y ;·5$~C A SUPREME COURT REFUSES T9 sRlesort Refuses to Interfere i _th Sdý Farmer Leader Must Pay P ri;c ij Class._ _ CHUCKLES AS VICTIM GOES TO PRISO Serve 90 Days in Jackson County Jail Along . GilIert-Will Go Soon. Oct. 24.--The supreme court today reiised a Townley and Joseph Gilbert, as-prtei ent ively, of the National Nonpartisan...

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. — 28 October 1921

Every fl wem wirve a Ge ine you can Save M by attending this a for the winte Government report shos that merchan ed 0 per cent in the last to months, but we have not advanced our prices. LOOK HERE! Our prices, quoted on a few items below, show we are doing to bring down the costs. Now will you do your p t L-Ladlies' Waists GROCERES O () •..I . V UL L +4 bars White Soap.................. 3 bars toilet soap, any kind.............. Ladies' Voile Waits, priced at................................$1.69 6 bars Lenox soap............... 1 Lot Ladies' House Dresses.............................9 lot of silk waists and blouses of Crepe de chene, 1 lb. Hunt's Baking Powder-............... - 9 I Lot Ladies' House Dresses...... ......................... .98 Georgette and Tricollette, priced at........................$3.19 Best Red Salmon, I lb. can.. SLot Ladies' House .................................. $1.98 1 Lot of Silk Waists and Blouses, Georgette and Pink Salmon, lb. can................. Lad...

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. — 28 October 1921

a Tat ' a" I "dk P to W ura. 1..es-Senator t at Least-.quity No Loan. 3' WALTB* W. LKIYUO puB4OGTON, D. C.--Libenl a ,,a.., i allmace with the ~Zh "al"ority, won a distinct . V Sas esaste when they. Soo k . and the standpatters to .a several amendments in the Ad jistration tax program. me amendments proposed by the fgr group and finally accepted bl Administration provile for re -l of the transportation tax by JaS 9--l; repeal of many of the ban :me nuisance taxes; restoration $, te 75.000,000 capital stock ta;n mCrease of the income surtaxes from i toi50 per cent maximum; iacressed stance taxes to a maximum at I per cent; and increased taxes oa Iilled spirits. .o tax bill, even as amended it eot ouad and discriminates in faye~ the wealthy, but it is muh better d s the original Fordney bill and the gsure which Senator -Penrose's mnmittee reported. These bills made {e repeal of the excess profits tas rtroactive, reduced the income saur t~es to 32 per cent maximum, rte pled the capital...

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. — 28 October 1921

Continuing the OUTLOOKKPROMOTFR tana, Foreign Quack, fraudulent and irresponsible firms are not knowingl] advertised, and we will talle it as a favor if any reader will advise us promptly should thee" have occasion to do4bt or question the r1t liability of any firm which patronizes our advertising columns. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1921 COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS Being a report of the minutes of the Board at their special session '.Monday, Oetober 24th. Commission ers Matkin, who is still ill, was not present. Outside of ratifying more per song bonds on the behalf of some of the local banks, the commis.doners transacted only routine business. MINUTES OF THE BOARD At 2 o'clock P. M., Monday, Octo -ber 24th, 1921, the Board of County Commissioners met in special session pursuant to call; Commissioners Tyler and Ibsen and the Clerk present. On motion carried, the Continua tion Certificate renewing the Deposi tory Bond of The First National Bank of Reserve in The National Surety .Company for ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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