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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 17 February 1922

III PRDUCNE W$ W CON, 1 12 • . . n- 11 . Jn V, No 45 ,..OD :SHERIDAN COUNTY, MONTANA FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 192 .... an. onss r..ar . . . ... .. ... .. .. . .. . ........... .. -. . ., . . .... ._ _ . . . . .............. ..... . .. . . .. .. _ ..n ~n oo e t s ime Toarownley Says BenThe Facts fownley Says "Farmers Will Be Ruled By Politicians" Wolf Point Herald Wants Light Turned On Deplorable Conditions in Roosevelt Coun. ys Financial Tangle. OTHER PAPERS WAKE UP TO SITUATION ~ang Papers Silent As the Tomb-.Traders State Bank' Nor County Treasurer Tidland Do Not Deny Allegations Concerning County DepositA. COURT ACTION MAY BE TAKEN be silence of the Roosevelt county e lat week in reference to the de k administration of affairs in evelt county was broken by severJ p.. Under the above caption, the tilf point Herald prints the following ý page editorial anent the conditions ithe finances of Roosevelt county, and Simpendin gdisaster, as disclosed in $ p~ducers News of January 27th, in 0,...

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. — 17 February 1922

TAXATION TALKS No. How Do Our Taxes Compare With Our Net Earnings? TT is sometimes remarked: "Oh yes, the I Anaconda Company pays big taxes, but look at the money they maker" WHAT AR THE TH FACTS? FOR the five-year period, 1917 to 1921, in elusive, the Anaconda Copper Mining Company's net return from its Montana open. ations amounted to $33,309,378 Ruring this same period, it paid in taxes, in hontana, the sum of $6,323,576 EXPRESSED in terms of a one-year aver J age for this five-year period, the above figures mean just this: ANNUAL NET RETURNS ANNUAL OUTLAY IN TAXES $6,661,876 $1,264,715 IN other words, our Taxes amounted to 19 per cent of otr Net Return, or $19 IN TAXES TO EVERY $100. OF NET RETURN In this connection, it should be noted that "net return," in the mining in dustry, means not only earnings on capital, but an actual, physical de pletion of capital. When the ore is exhausted, a mine is. valueless. The Federal Government, in determining income from a mining operation, ...

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. — 17 February 1922

HRVESTER i .Ni ' ) - II" .i J, TbeFur to Free Sit" an Tract or i qo free, F. Chi. B. Chicago.go THIS is not a stripped tractor, pared down to make a price, but complete with all essential equipment--friction clutch pulley, fenders, platform, throttle-governor, adjustable drawbar, arngle lugs, brakes. This equipment, worth more than $100 and necessary on any tractor to make it serviceable and safe, is included in .our:price. No extras to buy. , __.___•With a Titan at $700, and P. & 0. 3-furrow a P.& O. plow free, a plow plow free with :the we sell for $75 you .are Titan 10-20 tract- $175, ,o". uf' you now . . -offered the best and most own a suitable micaloutfit youcan plow we will sub- ecno tfit c stiAtute a tractor take into the field or put disk harrow on the belt. Neither horses nor any "- other tractor can equal it. $230.00 Cut in Price of INTERNATIONAL 8-16 Tractor NEW PRICE $670.00 c.ca A.nd a P'. & O. =a-furrow lo Plaw lree Greatest Tractor Values Ever Offered K O...

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. — 17 February 1922

THE VPRODUCERS NEW ;u OUTLOO Km P sredu as Second Qs Mal.tero . t , 1912, at the et a od Montl tana Under, tn the A df Mar , M Irc Oarles E. Taylor, Editor and Mgr. +FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17,1922 POPULAR WESTBY mine, COUPLE MARRf) Prof. Friesleben and Miss Myers, Both Teachers In Wesby Public School:, Married 3t Plentywood Thursday Morning. Mr. George Francis Freislebe&t and Mi.i:," abei Mex,- of Westhy wvere marri.i d at St. Joseph church at Plen tvwood at eight o'clock Thursday nor..'nh;-iby Pev. Fr. Joseph Freisleb ,.n of St. Agnes church, St. Paul, as i red by Rev F. . Hennessy of St. Joq-.ph parish. The bride and groom c(i .r at tended by Miss thora Soren :n. of McCabe, Miont., ahd Ml'. Her tert Wirtzler .ro, of Westhy. Mr. and Mrs. Jora-- . epsen of We.sthy, the latth'r a :.ist of the bride, were aiso with the i-';,!al party.., '.ftpr th': c. ,,nony an elaborate t:mciing breakf: . t wes s~' ed at the 1is' in Cafe, c-c:vere bein'. laid for .iir;-t Rev: ?t Fieislebei. a brother f...

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. — 17 February 1922

Lo c .r,, r, rnja of $¶a'Wvie Iis iun SA t usines today. bl Metet aa discount t sBE LLANDSTRAND. ler of Scobey spent the in pl.entywood. SVog o edicine Lake was a oe Vog isitor last Saturday. ty ea T * S --a~ t , v \-" °,'t Clover seed, ,r . . - . S, Froid .4t , * * id :'n Bruvoid and eter f p,,it all of Comertown ,e . ~-: t ,i Plentywnod be bit , , l iver terri re': t" eft Tuesday t4" ," . . I ;: · Producers -) I <2 K t '1' ((·. "I. a1d I·J · "as members of Prof Frie- S: Ibeen at visiting an Plentyw ood r R euber at <r. ii;' Ita in'n; at Scobey the t of thF ice. a',d report a very - ' ;iiýi 4. I Langr of -lentyvo .. i; n,, th- El' s at Sco .pe t"" . . 1 hat'fon at i"" it NuV " I] kl'fown Medicine bhe farmer, has been in Plentywood ifl the 1week, stopping at the ILand jotel taking treatment" of Dr. Lon ,: Bu nlt tlhe cli. 'OP actort. * *$ SU hi' t+iace" including' banks and postOcIr' anth offices at the court iowe al be closed Wednesday, Feb ar ?.- in relt rbtion of Washing A....

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 17 February 1922

..~pr ,Ceft Corner-From Photograph .,of the Frt le hone, Yes Ag. The Trit ph of Half a Century Fory-five years ago the telephone was an experiment-an inven tion of uncertain utility~and of queitionabile value. Today it is an actual business necessity aru an almost indispensable household servant. The developmern; of the telephone to its p:eset high state of facil ity and efficiency has come about through hundreds of supplemen Ftary inventions and the solving of hundreds of scientific problems. i Nearly half a century of research, experimentation, invention and Todaye exercise of organizing geius has resulted in a public service of inestimable value-a service which thousands of telephone men and women are constantly striving to improve and enlarge.. It is their constant endeavor to serve you efficiently and satis factorily. 'i. Mouhtain States Telephone & Telegraph Company SLEGAL NOTICES Notice To Land Owners All those who are dissatisfied with the wa their land has been classifi...

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. — 17 February 1922

'utC thi, a in any othe "i 1tSc Math o fpr e it s our terf eld CIGARETTES Iw e j to d ict" thioes u d are of fi g now 18c . Sh TheencEnd ofPerfectfDay - m mare ptc a th |. º-- . . og .... t. ::l 11\\ ..r Mmm.mm un-mmm ' .. * ý" Q I~f~ h m ml . . . . N(i'ICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE In the District Court of the Twnl leth Judicial District of the State of Iitana In and For the County do IABNES BROTHERS, INCORPOR ATED, a corporation, Plaintiff, VS. JAMES G. WAGNER, as Ach~d tator of the Estate of LOUIS L. COOK, Deceased, and STATE BANK OF CULBERTSON, a Cer poration, Defendants. TO BE SOLD AT SHERIFF'S SALE at the front door of the Court louse in Plentywood, Sheridan Corn 1t, Montana, on Saturday, February 18th, 1922, at 2:05 p. m., all the ght, title and interest of the above MIed defendants in and to the fol Sdescribed real property, it Southwest Quarter (SWVA) of Section Two (2) in Township lhirty-one (31) North of Range lft-seven (57) East, M. P. .L, Sbheridan County, Montana, con taining ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 17 February 1922

D~~~~aam lmwu of th. 1t' mesad tem an Ks ofe~i died, qakupid to tahe ~ ts'a dot ,mot am- bacb F rI enem. Ask Atf.Yltc mac * ' 1.40. enM 9 10SAA b~ r~othIrr~ o~ ARCHERK Mrs. Pltkins, teacher of the Arches school, was entertained by Mr. l El ison, Mr. Nells Made.n, Mr. and Mrs Earmyard with a whist party Satur day night. All reported a good time. Albert Gustafson and L. Larson went to Plentywed on business last Monday.: On account of the cold weather, there was no meeting at Archer on February 12th. It is reported that Chester Martell will buy a cýoad of horses from 0. SilElLeaden was in town Tuesday to buy some sleigh runners. A meeting of th directors of the Archer school was held Monday. DOOLEY Mr. Johnson (one ox) of Comer town attended to business matters here on Wednesday. T ed Lindell was in town on Wed fiSy trnsacting business matters. A. LO. U. W. lodge had several pedestals made this week The wo was done by Scotty.. r SchumAchr spent this week behind the counter at the Erhar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 24 February 1922

ý."~ O N P,4P. IA Volume .,_ , RIDAN COUNIY, MOT(rANA, FRIDAY,' FEBRUARY 24, 1922 Matin erdTmosCs ransrferred To Malta .·:I. · ~ ~~, . _ DComer Fid Sheaidan Deika R Ri Daws and McCone Coqn es d B Valley Anyway. ADE BORTON OF GLASGOW WL YR CASES Job Comer, Satn'.day, ootry a the afternoon, fled his decision Se petition of Matkins and Tim ian for 5a application for a change .e a in spite of the fait that SStne filed abut fifty affdavits Sheridan, iels 11111 to the efect that the dmf a had talked with jurors over sooty quite generally, and. that hteir . . thot only gta fair trial in ha5 -x ty but could also get a f'ir ij Daniels and Ricbland coon `, and in spite of the fact that the #er of the Producers News, that rthree papers had ever gone to Sand county, and in spite of afi nita from officers of Richland coun t, elected in opposition to the league nidates, that the people of Rich l county did not know anything bout the troubles in Sheridan county d that there is no prejudice against...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 24 February 1922

THE PROD UCERS NE WS k'ontinuing OUTLOOK PR ER Peoples P ishing Co., PubMiher l d as Second Class Matter, Oc tober 18, 1912, at the Postoffice at Plentywood, Montana, Under the Act of March 3, 1879.. C!Ies E. Taylor, Editor and ' Mgr. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24,1922 I , '-i ADDITIONAL LOCALS "Cheap, Cheap, Cheap," says Bar ney, "That's my motto. Alex Redwitzer of Williston is at tending court in Plentywod this week. Barney says: "Every day is a bair gain day at my store! Gi'me the :once over." Mrs. Howard M. Lewis and Mrs. Madden entertained the Reading Clpb Thursday. i Victor Bolster of the firm of Bol ster & Sons was a business visitor .to' Poplar Thursday. 1la' i- Loucks of Redstone w;.s an :u- re."-e: t spectator :tt t! prooeeJ ing;, f the District Coait Win. Aspelund loft for New R1ock ford, North Dakota, Thursday, where1 i.e will, be employei in a garage for :1 while. The Degree of Honor initiated two new members at the meeting of the lodge Tuesday night. Mrs. Scott and !irs. Mci...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 24 February 1922

ýOCAL NEWS t6 ah of Raymond was iSt tor to Pleny%:pnod, . * S the Outlook hardlware el ne een in Plentywoo'd on v er 1;. this week. of Daleview is in Plen on the jury during . the district court, farmer of the Out n •wa attending to busi 'he unt seat Monday. , Outlook is spend tix in the county seat as a at the procedings in the . .i~ It P" ays S To Pay Cash We are in Co.npet tion with all Mail Order Houses GIVE US A TRIAL Illhb, of 75 Just received a full scigar line of jELL() _ .10 Men's and Aour s .25 Boys' Suits Oatmeal 6 All Wool All Wool 15c Salt . 10 Tailor' Made only - Reasonably Priced OJO Salt . 1 7 - only - "72 We carry a full line of 10 lb, Cream 50 Pants, of Wheat ' :50 ofWheat Overalls,, 1F lb. Rye .50 Coveralls, Milk. Carnation, Workshirts Armour's Van 1" Handkerchiefs Camp's, can * 22 -Tovels, All Campbell's .13 Hosiery Soups only ý0-50 Prunes. 2.0 For Men, Women .and fresh, 10 lb. 2.00 Children, also RICE, 80 SHOES 10 lb. - .8 Fr the Whole Family BRING' YOUR. Butter...

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. — 24 February 1922

MOR ]oFty~ Solsm's .Lblmes~ neuralgia, " and = u nir . tin, tired muscles, lameac, spr a and strains, aches and psans. Keep Sloan'sksed ad appla :d, wuilhot rsbbsg, at the farst t. It eases and brings comfort sure.. and readily. You'll find Mclean and non-skin-staining. Sloan's Liniment Is pain's enemy. Ask your neighbor. At all druggists-35c, 37Oc, 140. Th.Ltrture ~ fdia itch Swlttlokklybeeiwevedby r.= iorbefore etiriang. ma aeotDr.Bobso'as Hobsons e rCMemarOit senta. COlY ROUNDUP Interesting Items from Our Exchanges and Staff Writers ANTELOPE Monday morni the weather man 'handed us anoter cool snap and let the temperatu down to 36 degrees below. A bunch of 4.telope young folks attended the debate at Reserve Sat urday night. Anton Jorgensen was in from the farm southeast of town Monday look Mg after some business matters. Mr. and Mrs.'ArtI Olson entertained a number of friends from Antelope at" their home one mile east of town Friday night. L. A. Templin has leased a tract of groun...

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. — 3 March 1922

- W T=A - - N7A PAPR, OF TB PWPLE, FOX THE PDOPL., DY THEPIOPLE oluNW IV, No 47 OOD, -SHERIDAN COUNTY, MONTANA. PRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1922 ._ Jury Finds Davis Guilty of Robbing Homestead Bank SVrdict of Burglary in 'Fist Degre -Sets Punish wnt From One to Three Years. Y oUn F.TEEN HOURS IN REACHMI VERC.CT being .ut fifteen hours, the the ca.cse of Montana vs. Ar i, in which Davis was D it the robbery of ithe T-'*-te Bank, found Davis Burglary in the First De iaxed the penalty at from three years at hard labor in t penitentiary at Deer Lodge. pfnounces Sentence Tuesday the customary time for , Jige Comer Tuesday fore rnunce~d formal sentence on The court asking Davis if he hing to say why sentence not be pronounced, he said Lsd not. and Judge Comer imme Spronounced the sentence' in rnitY with the findings of the sentencing the prisoner to not 'than one nor more than three in the state penitentiary, at , in odge.it elor gf Jury For Acquittal. The uyo reported a verdict a. little ine o'cloc...

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. — 3 March 1922

THE PRODUCERS NEWS Centinuing OUTLOOK PROMOTBE Peoples Publishing Co., Pabilaher irtered as Second Class Matter, O.. tober 18, 1912. at the Postoa s at Plentywood, Montana, Under the Ac .if March 3, 1879. Charles E. Taylor, Editor and 1 r. FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 19 NEW ITALIAN CABINET TAKES OFFICES MONDAY Rome Feb. 28.--The ministers of th' new cabinet, headed by La_ PFata, took possession of their - os offices Monday evening. Inter ", in the opening of parlianmmt now is most keen for then the annoonce inent of the nevi govenment's policy will be .made town. idad ICalls In A pew wamat. (Continued from Page O.e) Iers that represent them, such as The iadependent, The Producers News e.nd The Herald and an early c.map i Ance is expected. Of counse if the onunty :commissioners, the tao reasurer and the county boss pre ýer that this information be furnished tn other and surer ways, well `and :ood.-Wolf Point Herald. JUDGE COMER ACTS NOT AltLough the sensational reports of the worse than crimina...

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. — 3 March 1922

L C AL 4L-Bl e and eat three rrua Tast Tan. The Peratyw ooCj SQU Nichols 'f oiso .a : a o oBaV e#~ business vtar on WiWed. W itt4'a, utri known Outokc was h business visitor ntL the Seaptt WIecdnesdayV. we are hfcoratefa r h f ov'ctfrv of the Outlook tea tdory % .o 'P1en tyood on bualt-, sW9 Wedt jet Mlosltt left for Wolf Point t1w e O j the w eek, u' here he will be; plogdy " a ook in one of the he-; It Pays To Pay Cash We are in Competition withl% Mail Order Houses GIVE US A T IAL 1i ibs, of ust received a full Suor - *line of IELLO .10 Me's and . Armour'sBoys' Suit Oatmeal ,v ..- . sat IAll Wool L Salt T.10 Tailor Made only - Reasonably Priced 10e Salt 71 w. only - 2 We carry a full line of 10 lb, Cream 5r Pants, of Wheat *veri, 10 lb. Rye .50 veerrals Flour .50 Coverall, Milk. Carnation, W orkshirt Armour's Van 191 Handkerch~lefs Camp's, can * 2.1 Towel., All ampbell's .13 Hosiery Soups only . o ner 40-50 Prunes, $IA For Men, Women and fresh, 10 lb. 2.00 Children,also RICE. SHOE...

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. — 3 March 1922

I~E SMLOS TO EASE LAME BACKS ouT can't do your best when your back and every muscle aches with fatigue. Apply S~.an's Liniment freely; wilh out rubbing, and enjoy a penetrative glow of warmth and comfort. Good for trheumatism, neuralgia, spains and strains, aches and pains, sciatica, sore muscles, stiff joints and the after effects of weather exposure. For forty years pain's enem . Ask your neighbor. Keep SoSkans mGaS . A all druggists-35c, 7Oc, $1.40. 10 mn uniniment COUNTY ROUNDUP Intres. Itesums from Our Ezbafls S and Staff Writsr O. B. l~oven and Ed. Rishoff .at tended-to ouuiness affairs at the coun ty seat Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Knutson enter tained a number of their friends and neighbors at their home on Thursday e- ening. Games and music were en jc.yed. At 1:30 Mrs. Knutson served a delicious lunch. Mr. Simenson who lives in the north part of town received a tele gran Wednesday evening, stating that his brother at Fortuna, N. D., Lad died of heartf failure that morn ing...

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. — 10 March 1922

A PA ER,. OP T PEOPLE: FOR THE PO 'LE t lEOPLE . Volume IV,. 48 x; ;;Y1N CO NT ONTANA, @"AY, MARCH O1 1922 .h dn onyew n ooe z ROOSEVELT COUNTY IN DEBT $1,000,000 Pretty Fair for County Only Three Years Old. VON HINDIE WEINRICH MASTER HAND Roosevelt county surely has been going some, as the colored lady said, snce it was created three years .gv Senator B. C. White of Judith as in County, who has been traveling through several counties of the statf, talking on subjects of taxation and who has investigated the subject of Roovelt county indebtedness is re sponsible for the assertion that Roose velt county is nearly if not, one mil lion dollars in debt: which fact is a splendid montmrnent to the ability and richourcefulnesh of VandHindie Wein rich, the polished and accomplished Dago boss of Roosevelt county, and all of this has been accomplished ip the course of. three short years. WHITE URGES ACTION Sen. White in a letter to a citizen of Wplf Point, says that Roosevelt county must Fell...

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. — 10 March 1922

THE PRODUCERS NEWS 4ontinuing OUTLOOK PROMOTER Peoples. Publishing Co., Publisher Entered as Sacond Class Matter, Oc ober 18, 1912, at the Postoffice at plentywood, Montana, Under the Act ,f March 3, 1879. . , Charles E. Taylor, Editor and Mgr. FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1922 COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS (Continued from Page One) plies for Court House ------- 16.58 Antelope Independent, Notice Closing of Registration Books 17.50 Gunther, J. J., attorney for Davis-------- ---- - Plentywood Herald, Notice Clos ing of Registration Books . 17.50 Collins, 0. J., mileage 45.30 Plentywoo4 Herald, call for warrant ---------- -- ---------10.00 /.ieharth, Florence, steno., clerk - 0f cou ------------ '46.08 Foster, Bert, painting Assessor's office ---------------------12.50 \loore, A. J'., witness fees......... 24.00 West, C. A., rent County Attys. f.e........... ...........30.00 T1ibune Printing Co., supplies: . 26.63 iKjelstrup, Jack, coal.. . 8.00 Ca Cade County Auditor, Board of` Davis -- 67.50 (}Ison...

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. — 10 March 1922

LOCAL NE Paul Babcock left .of the east o Outlook was visiting ogntYseat Sunday. of Co.eitown was . a Osne visitor Saturday.. of Aflttelopt was a buine¢ vv'itoV Saturday. maret nHoppite of Comer hopprng in the county Satrdya * p to oil UP. ep harflCt*h repaiFs early at inr hHELLA -Si)TRAND. Siei of Camertowfl has rjg the wek in Plenty r. Farmer dr. Producer Not very long ago a certain farmer in the Outlook country brought me ten pounds of butvcr. 'ie told me confidentially that he must get cash for the product on account of sickness in his family, and, he needed the cash to buy drugs. That condition caused me to advertise that I would pay cash for fresh butter and eggs. Now. Mr. Farmer and Producer, it is up to you and you only to help along by bringing your eggs and butter to us and receiving cash for same. It will be only a short time until all the merchants will be compelled to pay you cash for your products, instead of compelling you to trade it out as before and compelling you ...

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. — 10 March 1922

I SLOAW'SCESlE'I VOID the misery of tackng . Have a bottle of Slo .'s meet haudy and . you first feel the ache or . itqikyeases the Samn and. mods a felngo warmth through the aching psrt. Pend LIiue~ Cs* witholutubin. Fine, too, for rheunmatism, ae=ulgia, sciatica, sprains andstrains, stif joints, tame back and sore muscles. For fort years pain's enemy. Ask Lnent you n- oa.useueem3IS Cloer TOW Go abks nus and other Roei- dI f Use freely Dr. Holum s Ecemas Olint meat. God for mese. itching skin. sad ether skin troubles. One of Dr. Behoo's Fanit Remedies. Dr.Hob son's EczenaOintznnit COUNTY ROUNDUP Interesting ftems fro m Our Exchanges and Staff Writers DOOLEY Joe Wankle was in town on Thurs day. Will Simonson returned from a short trip at different points in Da kota. The district court has adjourn ed from session until the latter part of this month, owing to the sickness prevailing in the country. H. Smith came up from Comertown on Tuesday. Fred Friberg was in town on busi . nedi mat...

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