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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 11 August 1922

dvertisin ? If it is resultsyu #an tbu shoulci4 e thig gaper. It cfrduak'jt the majority of homes in the community and has always been con sidered The Family Newspaper The grown-ups quarrel about it, the children cry for it, and the whole fam ily reads it from cover to cover. They will read your ad if you place it before them in the proper medium [AVONS GARAGE STOP YOUR TROUBLE Phone 19 Overland Cars, Rurnley and Samson Tractors Plentywood, Montana Hides-Furs Trappers: We want your furs and are always in the market to buy them even when other dealers are not buying. No matter what kind of skins, we can surely satis fy you. Raccoon, mink, rats, heaver, marten, fisher and fox are our spe cialties. Country Dealers:-Your entire lots are solicited and you are as sured of prompt cash returns. If remittance is not satisfactory, your furs will be returned to you ex press prepaid. Large dealers' lots bought by wire. Wrte for full particulars and Price List. Also handlers of Horse Hides, Catt...

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. — 11 August 1922

LEGAL NOTICES 0 SHERIFF'S SALE d In the District Court of the Twen- d tieth Judicial District of the. State of t Montana, In and For the County of Sheridan. i: IMARIE BRANDT, Plaintiff, r VS. 14 RICHARD GRAYSON and EMMA 2 GRAYSON, his wife, JOHN GRAY SON and ELIZABETH A. GRAY SON, his wife, THE CITIZENS STATE BANK, ANTELOPE, MON- t TANA, a corporation, 0. E. TEI- F GEN; OLAF WALLER; 0. P. t WALLER; THE ST. ANTHONY & DAKOTA ELEVATOR COMPANY, a corporation; THE FIRST NA TIONAL BANK OF PLENTY WOOD, PLENTYWOOD, MON TANA, a corporation, Defendants. To be sold on the 12th day of ( August, A. D 1922, at 2:00 o'clock P. M. at the front door of the Court 1 House at Plentywood, Sheridan Coun- C ty Montana, the following described t property, lying and being in the 1 County of Sheridan, State'of Montana, I to-wit: The Northeast quarter (NE'M) of Section 29, the Northwest Quar ter (NW A) of Section 28, Town ship 34,. Range 57, containing 320 acres more or less, according to the Government s...

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. — 11 August 1922

AVE ONEY By trading With us We all have to spend to eat, But you spend LESS and eat BETTER by trading with us. Our prices are LOW and the quality is high. When in town to attend the Big Show, take home a mess of FRESH MEAT. Harvest Supplies Harvest will soon be in full swing---Lay in your supplies early-We have a complete line of STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES. and SMOKED AND CURED MEATS For Prices Consistent With First Class Goods and Good Service. PLENTYWOOD MEAT MARKET LOUIS HEIN, Prop. Buttterfat Cents 36 Cents Ship us your Cream Twenty Four Hour Service On Cans and Check TRY US TODAY STEPHENS-FULLER PRODUCE CO. Great Falls, Montana SALE-A fine Holstein bull, 17 onths old, 1½ miles south of Out k. M. TOBIASON. 18-t2 E WONDER GLASSES--C. G. , the Grand Forks Specialist, be at Westby soon. Watch for 18 farmer living near H. W. Barner presented with a cigar a few days and the farmer being well ac ted with Mr. Barner asked what the matter with it. RD TO OPEN UP POOL HA[E arence Ford, 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. — 11 August 1922

The strenuous play of - - children is often very hard on their shoes. Only the toughest leather properly shaped into well-fitting footwear will deliver the wear you demand. , Our6stockof children's shoes is very complete and includes the well-known standard makes and lasts for / youngsters. ta " We have made a study, too, of fitting shoes-not only for the kiddies but for grown folks as well. And our prices are fair to all. WE FIT: Your Feet - Your Taste - Your Purse CANVAS SHOES,OXFORDS'& PUMPS BARGAINS! A Fine Canvas Working Shoe- Ladies and girls--Rubber Soles I Z (J v' A Splendid value zsIU $1.25 to $1.75 OOTIg z az!S 'v1 dmind daa15 aO Ladies Black House Pumps $1.50. 'as'l' seas ss vuEo sua5JPll Vulcanized Soles--A Bargain at We fill Where Mail Kollman Kompany Dellar Orders Does its Cheerfully PLENTYWOOD, MONT. DUTY CROP REPORT FOR MONTANA Helena, August 4.-Heavy rains in many eastern Montana counties will insure well filled grain, and the crop prospects in Montana continue ...

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. — 18 August 1922

-i " 1 - A PPEt, OF THE PEPLE, F0R THE IfEOPLE, BY THE ,N2.-19 PLENTY WOOD, SHERIDAN COUNTY MONTANA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1922 the Outlook .romotm, N--. 19 We'll Win a'n'rs of Shr-id.n County Present Their Ticket to the Vot ers for Their Consideration, and Urge Each and Every Member of the League and Each and Every Farmer to Rally to the Support of the Candidates. PRIMARIES, TUESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1922 oils Are Open from 12 Noon Until 7:00 P. M.- If you \1an tot Have the Government of the County Stay in the Hands of the Farmers, If You Want to Feel at Home When you go to the Court House, If You Don't Want the Old Gang Back Into Every Office in the Coun ty, and a Return to the OldCondition, Then You and Your Wife and Sons and Daughters Must Get Out and Vote. The regularly elected, delegate con erence of the Farmers Nonpartisan eague of Sheridan County met in sly and endorsed a complete county 'eket for county offices and directed t all file on the republican ticket. The candidates have al...

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 August 1922

THE PRODUCERS NEWS PA L'i. OF TIlE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE ( Cntinuing the OUTLOOK PROMOTERI PCOPLES PUBLISHING COMPANY. PUBLISHER En:.red as Secf:nd Class Matter, October 18. 1912. at the Post ,,~es at Plinty:wood, Montana. Under the Act of March 3, 1879. - '!-iAiLES E. TAYLOR, Editor and Manager: ForPmn Advertiiins Reoresentative 1 I il.:iL MER.ICAN PRES ASSGCIATION quark, frauaulent and irresponsifble firmzs are not knowingly. ativertisea, and we will take it as a ;avor if any reader will ad'.clis :,, prciroptly psould theya have occaiou %, -.ult .,or question the. re Iaib:!ity of any firm which patronizes (Aul :tdv;-r'tising columns. FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1922 We'll Stici, W e'iWin (Continued from Page One) sent in March, 1918, to Plentywood, Montana, to become:editor of the Proi ducers News, in which capacity heis now employed andnin which work he has become very well acquar.ited with the people of northeastern Montana, having gone through one of the hard est newspap...

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 August 1922

H it is results you want you should use this paper. It circulates in the majority of homes in the community and has always been coan dSdered The Family' Newspaper The grown-ups quarrel aboutit, the children cry forit, and the whole fam ily reads it from cover to cover. They will'read your ad if you -place it before them in the proper medium. AYONS ARAGE STOP YOUR TROUBLE Phone 19 Overland Cars, Rumley and Samson Tractors Plentywood, Montana Hides-Furs Trappers: We want your furs and ar' always in the market to buy them even when other dealers are not buying. No matter what kind of skins, we can surely satis fy you. Raccoon, mink, rats, beaver, marten, fisher and fox are our spe cialties. Country Dealers:-Your entire lots are solicited and you are as sured of prompt cash returns. If remittance is not satisfactory, your furs will be returned to you ex press prepaid. Large dealers' lots bought by wire. Write for full particulars and Price List. Also handlers of Horse Hides, Cattle Hide...

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 August 1922

Wants "A BReonevlt." "O for a RooseveltP ilghied the St. Paul Pioneer Press on the morning of ' August 3rd. The despairing cry arise over President Harding's policy in the coal famine and the Press finds one governor doing just what other kov ernors and President Harding ought to be doing, he is Govern r McCray of Indiana, who has ordered state op eration of the coal -mines. "He is doing exactly what Theodore Roosevelt said he would do nearly twenty years ago, thereby bringing the Anthracite coal strike to an end,' says the Press. The full significance of these re marks is not grasped unless one knows that the St. Paul Pioneer Press has stood for the most ; react iona@ G. O. P. policies and has supported to the limit of its ability all G. O. P. candidates. It rejoiced when Harding was nominated over Hiram Johnson, who has secured a majority in prac tically every state where a primary was held. Now the Press. turns on its leader because he sticks firmly to the policy which the Press ...

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 August 1922

LOCAL NEW -S .if s ris Burton was here from Scobey to spend the week end with friend. * BORN. to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bour ,,,a an eight pound baby girl, Sat urda ug'ut 12th. prof. Zuck from Flaxville was transactin, business in this city first of the week. Mrs. A!ia Lindfest is here from ier home n No'rth Dakiota to spend a hO .at the A. Riba home in ths city. * * Fiord Smunderhauf was here from cobey f.r. of the week to spend a eY dav.y isiting friends and relai tives here. * Clhvi Eruin arrived Tuesday from int- in Minnesota, where he has ee viitin, fri-eds and relatives the pa;t six months. dr. and Mrs. Li. G. Zeidler and children left today (Friday) by car for Dodson, this state, where they will spend a few weeks visiting at the home of M~r. and ~l rs. Harry Johnson. MARKET REPORT Dark Northern Wheat..--------..........$0.89 .... .......................60 Durum ---------- -------- -60 A. E..3icGahey arrived the first of; the week from points in the western part of the state. Mr. Mc...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 18 August 1922

The tastes of men and the needs of boys are usually widely differ ent but our stock of shoes is varied enough to suit both to perfection. We have the latest styles in shoes for dress, the most durable for serv ice--and the toughest leathers for boys who are especially hard on shoes. As fitters of all shapes of feet we acknowledge no iiperiors. Madour prices areas low asquality will permit. WE FIT: Your ,Feet - Your Taste - Your Purse CANVAS SHOES,OXFORDS_& PUMPS BARGAINS! A Fine Canvas Working Shoe-'Ladies dmna dasa a.u and girls--Rubber Soles *ap!s.aeI "saoqS sslAusD suea..plq A Splendid value $1.25 to $1.75 Small Size .75 Ladies Black House Pumps '$L1 -l arge Size $1.00 Vulcanized Soles--A Bargain at e fill Where1 S KoIloman Kompanyour Mail Dollar' Orders Doel its Or**,., PLENTYWOOD, MONT. DUY. nm nu n i We'll Stick, We'll Win (Continued from Page Two} tribution of the public moneys that they have ever had. Mr. Olson's office has been efficiently and economically run and the f...

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 August 1922

LRE!OFrTHE CH O I COULD E PUBUSED IN TME FOR Volumel V, No. 20 PL.Yq,.NCV~2,MON1TAI1x FIDA, AUGU~ST25, 1922 .&U .~D Mr. Farner, Th@ countys Destiy Is In Your Hands Sheridan coimty Taxes Decrease 10 Per Cent This Yea* eteri in county returns eto cn i 01or whether the to that l n o well started is ntinue unti1 every last county to cotit and brought to robber up t u je-tice is up t I ;"k finished, get If Priun ruction day and cast Voroe ;r n-t for the League en dor ed cat toij delegates picked osetr considering the the" c :iL1y. it is your duty t at'r ,ý ý; and see to it that th} r ;nin_; ý.' tis a tin' o change horses in the midle of stream as Abraham LtnnCro orce said. The work started sdhoul be finit 'ei and it will be fin bhed if the ,:1- rs are returped to Do rYou want the cases against those charged \k itt' graft dismissed? If you don't then ,et out and vote the league ticket and vote it straight. The "Old Gang" are organized: they are plotting and scheming. They have plans m...

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. — 25 August 1922

THE PRODCER EW, PAPER OF TEE PEOPLE, BY THE PL F OR TH Continuing the ou'1OOK IPr rT PAOPLZS PUBLISEIN' COMPANY, PUMLISHER Entered as Second Class Matter, October 18, 1912, at the Post office at plenty ood. Montana. Under the Act of March 3, 1879. CHARLBS E. TAYLOR, Editor and Manager. Foreign Advert ialu Rgpm~seutattvs THEAMERICAN.PR SASSOCIATION Quack, fraudulent and irresponsible firms are not knowingl! advertised, and we will take ft as a favor if any reader will adriws as -promptly should they have occasion to doubt or question the re liability of any firm which patronises our advertising columns. FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1$22 SLIMY SNAKE CREEPS OUT The slimy snake of the Pioneer Press crept out last week when that vile rag of calumny stooped to make dirty personal insinuations about those whom it hates for interfering with the private grafts and thievery of its own er: a man who has been forced to cough back now with about $17,000 of the loot which he got or tried to get by perjury ...

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 August 1922

[ LOCAL NJEWS Art Kchey left for Minot on Thursday. agsiness * . . 'S "urdahi has accepted a posi i0 W West's C fabret. Feru Hamne spent the week with her paret at Outlook. . Gibbons of Reserve was here J" the first of the week. ýfe d'$ s * - OrnSmith of Wolf Point accepted on at the de fte this week. JonDelia of Wiiliston were call i;on local trade a few days this week-. * * Editor Joe Hocking of Glasgow was here first of the week on a short basi ,ens trip. Jon Jennison of Williston spat a few days here on a short business trip. * J. D. Franklin of Redstone was Jere the first of the week on a short business trip. Jack Teel, game warden, was here on official business a few days this week. * Judge Hurley from Glasgow was here on official business a *few days this week. C. B. Bull of Redstone was a busi ness visitor here last Monday and Tuesday. L. V. Lockwood of Glasgow was at tending to business matters here the first of the week. James Milligan of Bainville spent a few days here th...

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 August 1922

ofshoesisdiscussedthe weavers of shoes bought of us are enthusiastic in their praise f our merchandise. They like our styles, our .. + materials, ourservice and our prices. And so will you when you get to know them. Our stock includes the up-to-the-minute fashions in lasts and mate rialsfor women and misses, at prices that defy com petition. And our serv ice includes in telligent fitting by expert shoe men. WE FIT Your Feet - Your Taste - Your Purse CANVAS SHOES,OXFORDS & PUMPS BARGAINS! A Fine Canvas Working Shoe- Ladies dUan dnny auO and girls--Rubber Soles ep1says -s'ogs ssvAuvo swaipllgD A Splendid value $1.25 to $1.75 Small Size .75 Ladies Black House Pumps $1.50 large Size $1.00 Vulcanized Soles- A Bargain at oman Kompany our Orders Dollar *** PLENTYWOOD, MONT. LDUTY PROF. G. R. PETTIE (Continued from Page One) After the marriage of his sister, George took a course at the Minneso-' ta Academy, after which he tock up land in the western part of the state, married, and engag...

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. — 1 September 1922

... .. ....- " .... .. ....-4 L ..... cI* o Ci tVol` .2. O SHERIDAN COUNTY, MONTANA, 'FRIDA' t o .".. ,e, I .. . . " . ... .. .... "'."'"i.,. ,,,,,e .,-- ... ...... . iz-f -- I~-. - ---- - - J~i~--·~F- .; . ~ -~-~-----1 48eri lllda County News and Dooley U0 WFhi Scoop She.. County Again Onl we Dhich Tof Register opba ember Election; Do It icNow Reg F bnre 1V NOnRpiy No tisaL . ,. - - . rerv rMSn Endorsed By 'Nonpartisan Leave of Sheridan County Nom inated By Substantial Majorities in Spite of Harvest and Threshing. .IATKINS NOMINATED FOR C1 .1lIISSIl(oE _ ON DEM. TICKET -W'eil, the huh ly burly's done and Sattle'. lost and l on. Tr .pite of tbhe gumsrl hoe campaign on by tlhoe w\\o w\ould return the 'intizei with the "old gang" to ein s·ite t ef " poison cam , in spiteC of roarbacks and -iýned eThr. -ent out by "The Re 'i.can Ca- li' dts" In a last minute, Scv ae' m, i"n'Us attack upon r~r of the league candidates, in spite .he fact tlh at harve` t was still on fu!i swing in :omen p...

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. — 1 September 1922

THE PRODUCERS NEWS PAPIE OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE;FOR THE PEOPLE Continuing the OUTLOOK PROMOTER P.OPLES PUBLISHING 'COMPA NY, PUBLISHER Entered as Second Class Matter, October 18, 1912. at the Post office at Plentywood. Montana, Under the Act 'of March 3. 1879. CGiARLESE E. TAYLOR, Editor and Managet r Forqisn Advertising Representatit'e THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION ] Quack, fraudulent and irresponsitIe nrmb a're not knowingly advertised, and we will take it as a favgr if any reader will advasie us promptly should they have occasion to doubt or question the re A liability of any firm which patronizes our advortisinvr columns . FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1922 NIMLS CISTENSEM ON WAR PATH Dagmar, Mont. 1 Aug. 14, 1922. Editor Produgers News, Pient'wood, Mont. D-nr Sir: The undersigned has been a reader I of your paper for some time, and used to think that there was some facts and truth back o` your writ in '. but have lately . ome to ot,:ler conc:usions, fearing th it %: , re suf fer....

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. — 1 September 1922

LAL N la eft Tuesday for Jordan, taa tteznd high school. ,te hens was here from Scobey nay hoSe nobbing with old-time S.day * * J D Matkins was here from '. . near Redstone last Wed yona shopp i g gy p C. Bantz and Clair Stoner u-tl-ook precinct were visitors te ounty seat Wednesday. and Mrs. Berry Stephens spent rday in this city first of the ,das frinends and attending iness interests. and Mrs. Wmn. Herron were fr. a aa onrd too some shop and ~ri.t with Mrs. Helen Byrd. S gLE-October 1st, White Brah SooLers. $2.00 each. MRS. M. i.'aSON, Plenty wood, Mont. 20-3 r and Mrs. J. C. Hunter from aope were here a few da.-s the of the week transacting basiness obnobing with old-time friends. Clair Stoner and Mr.' John er accompanied by Miss Svensrood has been visiting in the Oat1ook ,were business and social call in Plentywood Wednesday of this j. Morgan, prominent Archer er, was a business caller on y. Mr. Morgan reports the in his community well un way. *, rs . J. Morgan and daughter, l ...

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. — 1 September 1922

ign pirra or - ding-wte o with the propr shoe. YOur tbk is main tamed in keeping with the dictates, ' of Da.ne Fashion and yLQ are per fectly safe in buying here: In fitting, too, we are sure of pleasing you as this is one of the most important features . of our. service--one on Swhich we particularly opride ourselves. And our prices are reasonable. Tow~crT WE FIT: Your Feet - Your Taste - Your Purse CANVAS SHOES,OXFORDS & PUMPS BARGAINS! A Fine Canvas Working Shoe-,Ladies and girls--Rubber Soles Childrens Canvass Shoes. Lakeside, A Splendid value One Strap Pump '$1.25 to $1.75 Small Size .75 Ladies Black Hous Pumps $1.50 Large Size $1.00 Vulcanized Soles- A wargain at Mil Kollman Kompanly ar Orders Dolar Does Its Cheprr " I PLENTYWOOD, MONT. DUTY SURPRISE PARTY GIVEN IN HONOR OF MISS EVA MANN A most enjoyable time was had at the Julius Van Hee home last Sunday evening when a surprise and fare well party was given for Miss Eva Mann who left Tuesday for Jordan, Montana to attend ...

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. — 8 September 1922

+.r Volume V, No. 22 ; -E ' "4 Volu-VD COUNT, MONTANA, FRIDAY SEEMBER 8, 1922 ctoo oot -.-eid Cove , N ews wi Doo'.,r Sm Commis oers Commisss, Res. P .. Seed Bonds and Sae Taxpayers United States Judge Issues Injunction Against Strik-(nv Raioad Shopmen, But Strie Wi Go On More Vorous "-" " Attorney General Daugherty. Comes Out for Open Shop Would Force Labor Into Virtual Slavery Wf Linco and Garrison of Same Political Party Freed Only a Few Years Ago. DRASTIC MOVE MADE BY I, S. AGAINST STR.KERS Chicago, Sept. 1.-" aking one of the most drastic steps ever attempted in a strike situation, the United States government today obtained a tempor arv federal order restraining striking aiiroad shopmen, their offices and af filiated bodies throughout the country from interfering in any way whatever with the operation of the nation's railroads. The restraining order, hearing orr which was set for September 11, was issued by Federal Judge James H. Wilkerson, upon the petition of United States A...

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. — 8 September 1922

~t:'THcE PRODUCa MEW PAYE., OF THE PlOPLE BY T Pt ·Continuin the OU OMOTBE PWPLES -PUBLISHIN Y _' tpWAZ ?J PER Entered i. See tals Baer; tb 18 :at ip ~fe t11itwood ~oat a;.. ~e r the A=o )i-arch 3 l$79' c+!iCe; at. 1PIet 11~i~'·~orfq~;q~'i -CHARLES E. TAYL BMW EditaY E ger. - I agt vx1 Quacrk, furauduetad iirespomoribiBe firm.s- a~c not 4aoowntgh aj -"o~ifrr'tised, and wRe wi~~bLteIas at8 favor~ if an~y r~ader wi~ll di~ise ue~ prom~ptly shot~il~ they have occ 8easion4 to w~ot~it or questiOn~ the r~ liability of any firC ii whic~h pat~iotijnites oufir adviertSelj: sin' du~ikii* ': Forei gn M etEMS L -iEAMMCA PRS SSOIAIO A ~IFIFSUPPLY A) D"EA JOHN i AcDRk A DREAMl He hitched up the Ford one mong in the early spring, and dashed off to the county seat-to make arrangements for seed and implemients for the coming season. Arrivmg at the Jocal me-. tropolis, his first trip wa, to ie bank. Leaning farnmiitwrver.le -cashier's chair, he announced to that personage, "Got any money to sell? I wa...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
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