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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 18 November 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. — 18 November 1921

TSSTASIifM THIS SALE SATURAY I Ilii illI Continues for NOVY l __ __ ___ __ ER 19 BuyingGoodsatOurBig TWO WEEKS Which Opens SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19 And continues for two weeks. We must have room for several thousand dol lars worth of new Holiday goods. Hence this sale. We will leave no stone unturned to make this our biggest sale of the year. In spite of the advancing markets we have bigger bargains than ever to offer in some lines. Our buyer just returned from the Eastern markets where he secured thousand of dollars worth of right up-to-date merchandise in some in stances at 50 to 60 cents on the dollar which we are going to pass right along to our customers at the same rate during this sale. So, in all justice to yourself, dqn't miss this Golden Opportu ,I ·.-. -.. . nity to save your hard-earned dollars. . . .:.. THIS IS A GOOD TIME tO SUPPLY SHOE PRICES THE WHOLE FAMILY. PRICES TALK! PRICES COUNT! Oen'sO'Donnell$ $1.50 shoes for.. $7.98 TR Men's O'Donnell $10.00 shoes for.....

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. — 18 November 1921

ISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS ,'clock p m., Moonday, No At 7th, 1921, the Board .of Coun ir .tners met in regular ses ~na at la.iw all members and Clerk f te Board present.. Smotin the following. resolution dopted:. easpte tle itizens state Bank, whereas ...., has deposited l.Opc, Co. Treaurer of Sheri Cte CnY a certain number -of Count ,untv Warrants, together arnats of the Town of Ante and School District 19, totaling S1,678.82. as security for de of count2y money in said- bank le I.HREBY RESOLVED, that security is approved. At tis time Deputy State Exam Lynt tdes appeared before the and ethe balance of the -after was taken up with discussion ruing the finances of Sheridan y o'clock P. M., the Board re until 9 o'clock P. M., Tuesday, yember 8th, 1921. :. O'GRADY, R. G. TYLER, Clerk. Chairman. er9 o'clock P. M., Tuesday, No r 8th, 1921, the Board re pursuant to recess taken; all rs and the clerk of the :board SSIONERS TO INVESTI GATE POOR CASES Poor cases coming up for discussion. lotion, ...

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. — 18 November 1921

THE PRODUCERS NEWS S . . 'OF THE PEOPLE, lY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE Qontinuing the 'iOUTLOOK PROMOTER - FPOPLES. PI,1BLISHING COMPANY, PUBLISHER Entered as Second' Cln ss Ma ~ Otober 18,l 1I , at, ~e .A I oftice at Plenty'wood; Montahi,. ,Unde r the Act of March .., 1879. CHARLES E. TAYLOfR, Editor and Manager. Foreign Advertising Representative l. I THE AMERNCAN PRESS ASSOCIATION I Quack, fraudulent and irresponsible firms are hot knowinp)lI advertised, and we will take it as a favor if any reader will' adv.is us prormptly should they have occasion to doubt. or question the re liability of any firm which patronizes our advertising columns. Pi ;VAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1921 COUNTY ASSESSOR'S DEPUTY The Board of County Commissioners want to save as much as they • ossibly can and in order to cut down expenses they have arbitraply ordered u. A. Aspelund, County Assessor, to let his Deputy go on November 15th, ::s they think they will be able to save by this method. By letting the deputy ou...

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. — 18 November 1921

~ AL N EWS of Flaxvill ealled :On Load of Occident ar Co., Inc. 28-tf. of Glasgow heldg and Iill i\ilson of Snday, here. Nelson was hostess at Sunday. the congenial' cler1 ds, spent last weed's Falls. from Crookston, Minn., guest of ler daughter, past week. er from Taylor, N. he county seat on busi+ of the week. Peter Molland of ended the Armistice tywoQd Friday. Link has resigned her the County Surveyor's 'Colds Can, Quickly New Discovery will do, g, easily and quickly. poor little kiddie, I wish to do for you !" When. Scomes, give a little Dr. iscoery as directed, and eased. family cough and cold Loosens up the phlegm, ;, cough, relieves the con harmfuldrugs. For fifty dard remedy for colds, At your druggists, King's iscovery and Cou hs ere'sRelief!CleanseC with Dr. King's Pills, frle bile flow, stir up an4get at the root of the druggits; 25c. WON'T GRIPs ' Pills jsteiw 5Skarning a Known Famous Master On Ac on and His $700 Gold. Inlaid Instrument. DIFFERENT POINTS IN SHERIDAN CO. ...

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. — 18 November 1921

November Records ON SALE TODAY Start Them Right and they will form correct tastes "The average Italian child of 6 has a better un derstanding of music than our High School graduate"--statement of a noted educator. Phonograph music, as apart of education in the home, is now widely advocated--a system of learning by listening. But true tones and correct interpretations are imperative. Greatest musicians, critics and educators, both in Europe and America, have chosen. The Brunswick for their on, homes. A circumstance which speaks ebr itself. A demonstration, at which you will not be urged to buy, will convince you. The Bruns wick Phonograph plays all makes of records. And Brunswick records can be played on any phonograph. Hear, then judge for yourself. anautiacb Records cas be played on any phonograph Bolster & Sons Inc. Furniture and Hardware. PLENTYWOOD, MONT. NOT SENTIMENTAL! He (without looking up from the The Producers 'News---$S.0 flittering road): Yes. It gives a fel She: Do...

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. — 18 November 1921

h UP h ROUNDUP froom Our V ad Staff Writes f SfHomestead visited d le days the last of .the s J. S. Sherrick of Col erse the guests of - the O p Waller nomes a few W orst of Spur, Minne YVn Van, is soending. a of e , then will leave b iiethsh, to visit his ,na the balance of the s and Carence Hiktner d visitors Thursday f on a'ie a trip to the c Thursday. - huosed the first of the Wýs. cht Endfield became ic the p-eterson residence in C of ha etown. Now Art has guesi putting up an ad raYso ln thi week. Fred -ahelpin " with the work. n nu g a very sore by the kick 'rom a Bo bsay he knew t ,at a mule dsand some "ihoebrews," tod thm but he tidn't think old co could put so much on all at once. ett, r-. Woolworth and Scobey came down on Thurs g to take the examination tgr that was held here. e'zie and V. E. Johnson of and Mr. T. Jensen of Red Ju ius Stone and Axel took the examination for 'ed postmaster J. J. Court the examination. Olson made a trip to Wat on business the first of the mv...

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. — 18 November 1921

' .,ýl':St ..." M a ~r' t he .. .. .,* 4L ·a tte nd .t o It will ,'y o i .. .a. . .ie argaadIns ALTHIS SA STARDS ' THIS SALE ENDS NO msER 19 .O Daps -".. --' '-I •, 1'c i-:i.e Merchandisi Mart fo mthe wig ceate t Concy.CoI In cI MONT N VB 26NT 18 elwl MIST SELL SlX COWSTO PAYTAXES Brensdahl Writes on IFarming and Taxes--Says That He Is Done With Farming As He is liankrupt. Producers News: WHERE ARE WE AT . May I hear from other- reading the News what they think of our time and present living. My tax for this year is $208.06. As I was "well fixed," I was turned ,down on the seed loan last spring. All we raised was 11,8 bushels of - Macaroni wheat amounting to $694.80. _ Seed I got last spring Was....$218.75 :.. Thresh bill at 18c.- .......---.--$. 208.44 Twine for same.....-..------------- 34.20 Tax for 1921 ..-------------.._ 208.06 Total :.......--------- .........-$669.45 $6 .80-$669.45, balance $25.385. For balance of $25.35, I had -to plow 'd land, seed it and drag it: cut it, i...

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. — 25 November 1921

A ý ýý3 w C¬a"r4J i tn 6f R- e k te ý ý i" ýýý ýg `+K"~~~~~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ d ,ct,.'c ."l ý.: J ` ,ý ' n i R r', Ik laeIV N1 . °" . f. 01:Ift)ANIVMOfNA, 'FRIDAY,. NOVEME 25, 192 ___ State Supreme Court Denies I junction in North Dakota Ricall Election FOLDS TIME TO ATTACK PETITIONS HAD PASSED. NESTOS INAUGURATED WEDNESDAY Fraier Goes Back to His Farm at Hopple, Reftising Invitation to Attend Inaugural Ceremony-Cathro and Lofthus Resign. Bisnarck, N. D., Nov. 22.-The' yaDakota supreme court late this' noron denied the application of lye Faayers for a writ pro)abitk' tk state canvassing board from cma-1 ,,sing the vote cast at the recall eetion, October 28. hauguration of R. A.. Nestos, Sveinbjorn Johnson and John A. Kitchen, elected governor, attorney erral and commissioner of agric - ture and labor respectively, will occur at 3 p. m., tomorrow. It was announced that.the canvass ,g board will meet at, 10 a. in., to anrow to canvass the vote. Day Full of Excitement ' last full day of th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 25 November 1921

ORGANIZED AND REPUBLICANISM IDENTICAL INIRELAND So Says Frank P. Walsh in This Weeks Issue of The No irishvmen Well Organized. JA.iS - LARKEN FOUNDED GREAT IRISH I1N Aerc:ica's Savagery Toward Jim Larkin a Travesty An Amer 'can Tradition, Says Famous Lawyer. Speciac to Producers News. Ne, York, Nov. 18.-"Labor in its organixed might and republicanism in its militant arm are one and the same thing in Ireland.". Frank P. Walsh makes this statement in .THE NATION for November *23. The headquarters. of the Transport and General Workers' Union, he sass, Liberty Hall, which was once under the s!,adow of the English Custom House in Dublin,.has stood alone since the burning of the Custom House, unharmed in spite of many English raids. Synmollically this represents the victory of .. the " Republic, Mr. Walsh asserts, which is. a de facto government beyond dispute since a large proportion of English taxation ceased with the destruction of the Custoni House records. Before the organization of ...

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. — 25 November 1921

1TO 173Ffr50 CENT MAX[MUM INCOME TAX RA Cs conS .PRESIDET ON HIS T Letter to. Fordney Urging Lower Rate-De d.air and Unjust. Nov. 1S.-Disregarding the expressed wish of tht house voted today, 20 lo 173, to "accept t to the -t " revitsion bill iig the ma imum ,o 1)Ce cent on incomes of 00 j000 or more. (rch most' oft - 1(and far west, iclly solid De at upt1 porting the Siti' nnt of the r n' f froml both s ome of 1into cheers. Chairman tbo vote was r ee nd c to the Pn President T hrdney of the ;.ttee, suggest n ' senate cam aýt esaid he still bouse rate of Ie'e tl} er to a just levy 1:'re 3ý' ins one 14 re a the tr liU t easury," but to th t n islative situa ht 1 It L Lolly desirable" at there be compromnis e at 40 cediately aftl it became known re eildeC had written Mr. the sp oikeei7n for the "insur pepeblicans, said the letter sld not a Tct he result. the three hours debate in house conducte d under a special h president was attacked for k Mr. Fordney. Representa Frear, Republiican...

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. — 25 November 1921

-IPRODU dR PAPI OF THE PEOPLE, BY .P!OP1E, * TI 8 O - Continuing the O*PTLOOK PR MlM X. -.Of'PLES PUBLISHING COMP4 N UISHR , Entered as Seccnd Class Mattet, October 18, 1012. at the' office at P_,nty'wod. Montana, Tjnde r the Act of Mar 3, i H P P ES E. TAY Et ;. Foreign Advertising Representative .TfE AM1RICANP'RESSASSOCIA!iNIo Quack. fraudulent and irresponsible firms are not kkowingy advertiscea. and w-e will take it as a favor if any reader will a4e u1 pron ~t!' 4ihuld the:' have occasion to doubt or question the - tieabiitV of any firn which patronizes our advertising eo amnsl ] FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1921 When Will Work Begin Ag' ? By SCOTT NEARING ,The millioro: out of work, and the fens of millions who ii uke up. their .nxious families, ae arking when work will begin again. JYw that Mr. * ardinu's confer:\e s ve cae and gone without any notic addition to Sn ' f ailable jobs, it seems quite pertinent to how many re nooths of hail times will succeed the fifteen that have elapsed...

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. — 25 November 1921

GAN _ _ _ _ _ AT S 7Shoe take pleasure in anourSATURDAY, DEC. 3rd - ~ GRA}NRD f1S ounce on that day we will Give r One Pair High Grade Silk Hose with every pair of Shoes purchased, Men's or e -carry a full and ,omplete line of SHOES and HOSIERY for Men, Women and Children. We extend a cordial invitation to visit ihes on Openijig Day. Comn in and look over our smart line of Shoes and Hosiery. Remember the Date. Saturday, December 3rd 7» T e FANEXT DOOR TO THE BAKERY OCAL NEWS ar Load of Occident I and for Sheridan county in Plenty walson & Co., Inc. 23-tf. 1 wood, this week. gwaison a * -+. - Stoner of the Outlook pre a attending to business in the sat the latter par of last * ussic. Get .the .Latest "Pale p Indian love song); "Sacra love song) at BOLSTERS. Brenan, representing the rorks Herald, was transacting for that paper in Plentywood, lay. ,T TO BUY-Good set bob sleighs at a reasonable Inquire at this office. 32 Myrtle Tobiason who is em n the Producers News, spent rving wi...

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. — 25 November 1921

BRYNMAWR'S PRESIDENT TALKS ON EDUCATION, "But this new and almost universal appreciation of the power of education has brought upon uG what I regard as the most terrible menace to Ameri can ac-heols and ( oHoges and to free and liberal thought that has come in my lifetime. The Federal and State uoveernments, Boards of Education, Amerian izaUoon societies, American Legions and orgaizations of every, kind are demrnapDig that children and college .stud ent should be taught patriotifm, concrete citizenship and I00 per cent. Anericanism. This means that School teachers and col lege professors, e- yet only in public "nools and state universities, but un p'ss iho mocemen is determinedly op posed soonei or later everywhere, are being required to teach not how to make things .s 'iwy should be, but J that things a, Chey are are right; that the United St Constitution, as written 1t4 yea'r ago, is perfect; that our highly unsatisfactory Govern onent must not be criticized; that the Uninied Stat...

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. — 25 November 1921

fYROUNDUP Items from Our ti d Staff Writers JTELOPE lje 1J gii Rev. and d I.e, on the sick hut PRichardson tge. the first lie- (me busi Ii -e r is mLUov f! vc into the he Jaick street, S01o ' the children Sschou f amily are ntte a Grayson fito t ;y Mr. and: former astreet. f r toll up his v and start trip Thursday N Bi Saxc' has been on the 5fo afew (Lu\ , uffering from ofo a gri0lPi which seems to the roufl in Antelope. o car lead- of cattle were moreof Anteope on Thursday Cao market. A number of put in a fcw head each to the loads. ioheer Jensen passed through ionesday morning on his way lut the sale of the Richard her snow storm visited this of the country Tuesday and ime took on all the appearance forth Dakota blizzard. WcDaniels came up Monday g to attend to dental work le is now comfortably located mew office in the Annex, of the Saxton, lme! of Wolf Point, w auditor Monarih Lumber Co., was a C caller at the local yard on idsay. Mrs. Vollimer acwomf him. We and supper under th...

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. — 25 November 1921

Home rtead Sb.Ba 3 on a, In the American *ei.. Co New York, for $4, November 14th 1921, was ved. O-v coation depeaati XoI 4It t Citizens,; .ttank, , a:MM-: tans, i3 ,the. 'Vo tbi * pawt of. gr~ban or proved-. m BOARD RECESSED At 5 o'clock P. M., on m Board recessed until 9 o'clock A. M., Saturday, November 19th, 192L Attest: Clerk. SBOARD RESUMED At 9 o'clock A. .., Saturday, N vember 19th, 1921, the Board re sumed pursuant to recess akeu; as members apd the clerk rst. " CLAIMS ALLOWED On motion, the following daaina were allowed and warrants owleued drawn therefor by the Clerk: L GENERAL FUND Tobiason, Esther, Nov. salary, clerk, treas. office (disallowed by Board $4.00).---....---- 0 Link, R. V., Nov. salary, gem eral office work, sur. offce..... '50.67 Paske, Lillian, Nov. salary, clerk, treas. office (disallowed by Board $2.67)...........-.. 15.00 Oswald, Bertha, Nov. salary, clerk, tress. office (disallowed by Board $2.67) ............. 24 )0 Peterson, Ida, Nov. salary, clerk, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 2 December 1921

-i·' -i~r' , i. "i, .t. p -:. STIS ' < ý' - y. ý ·,,ý-'`",ý ý . iTr,'"`,'" ý. ;"" z, 'r " y Py " n '. >: . vo ýT`· 411. ··~ ~ ~ cy T;Ioeked 9&n~ ·s" Itru J' ... . ·: i. . . *· II f ~ eao Bfd , Cp r .. .·"- '---r z!= -,.: .: : . "- ' .f...-. GARDEN IS ACCUSED OF- N SAPPR''sI ATING IST1TULIs1 ri. MacDonald, Named By Governor Di Conduct inauiry, After Five Months Work, Sa4s "ADpaling; Recgmmends Accountiei To n Former Official. _ _ "__,_.__ Helena, Nov. 29.-Charges of grow nlmag et, psis ,priation of prison supplies and disregard for the interests Sstate, thereby causing losses of $200,000._ .i.e te, are rtl in the report of T. H. MacDonald the 64ita ation Wk Conley, former warden of the Montan.xii~ :~son, j was on Tuesday submitted by Governor Ji4Phr M. Dixon le state board of prison commissioer"a This report, the result of an inestiatihas .bee r way for nearly five months at the an-dof r. M. eDon ad small corps of assistants, will probablyb e p o, .ie consideration upon the...

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

IF 'Ir Or Christmas JEWELRY The Gift Supreme No Matter What the Occasion, Jewelry is always in good Taste. In our stock you will find an excellent assortmgnt from which to choose. Watches, rings, brooches, bracelets, beads, silverware-aif are here in the latest designs and at reasonable prices. . BEGIN YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING NOW A. G. AMUNDSEN THE JEWELER WAVE OF ECONOMY A ND PROTFST FORCES USE OF PRUNING H00 K IN ROOSEVELT CO., TOWNS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS Bankers .and County Officials Meet to Talk Over Economy Roosevelt County's Financial Spree; Dragging Them Un der-Many Deputies to get Axe: WEINRICH'S WILD CAREER IS AT LASTI HALTED Floid, Nov. 25.-While it has been apparent to the casual observer for a number of years that the state, county, school districts and town ex Spnditures for public purposes have * been heavier than they should .be, says an article in the Froid Tribune, yet it took this year's tax receipt to * Wake up a portion of the populace to the stern realization tha...

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 December 1921

EOF CHRISTMAS TREE ORNAME WHIC LIMAS IR SSER TRAYS, MANICURE SETS AND PIECES, SHAVUPPLIESNG SSMOKING STANDS AND SETS, DOLLOS, PICTURES, SND P TUKODAKS .W.TO PAY WOOD BONDSMEN t IUNIUSTS FAILED TO KEEP L GE--CIVIL LI BERTIESI I10N GIVES THE FACTS. + S T York, Nov. 2G.-That the. La W is collecting a fund of over rj 50 to reimburse the bondsmen I William D. Haywood and eight t members who jumped bonds in ( ticago case was revealed yester- s in a statement sent by the Amer- 1 Civil Liberties Union to those a have put up bail in labor and . ml cases. At the same time Rog . Baldwin, director of the Union, r ,a letter to William D. Haywood S Moscow, calling his attention to failure of those Communists who aed his escape from the country f mke good on their promise to re- E use his bondsmen. I e statement to subscribers to the , imen reads: "Those who have I up bail money in radical and ia cases will be interested to know t the I. W. .W. organization has rtak.n to reimburse every bonds- f S...

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. — 2 December 1921

Entered as Quack, fraudulent ak t advertised, and we l take its a fa us promptly shodld the ve n to iadoet liability of any afirm which patr e-o nu r FRIDAY, D CEMER 4 Z, HIGH TAXES of the year when th ' wail y This is the time of the year Whe .tlf:of. . .s .".] i in the land. in t he'wail comes annualy-for tam are aas mounting year by year, both in Sheridan county and every other j lI in " United StAtes-and- the wail is especially hig And taxes are outrageously high in S erFa id for those glorious days of the past-for seed grais swin oesl, fe sindles, for bond sw e,- bond issue swindxles, for pinting onrtts ustdig up to pay money thus extracted from th counre- tohel pa-yer .must dig up to p. birds who have been living high off Sheridan couny i a t :i ,,s d wShridan county has paid Dolin over a hundred tho 'Mqld a n t past our tuifie years r alleged pntisng-an is ju oeab f .the'.g who have lived fat onnthe pickin..t.e o county t . :ia.in . •he It has cost the county. mo o feed h oir...

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