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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 6 October 1922

t1~I .4 CQ LR F IM wm 4 PteDA OTBER 6T p19Z atkins PIdks New EI~ion Judges and Clerks .K.Wheeler and Benjamin F. Marsh, Director' of Farmers National Council, Will Speak at Plentywood October 17th utive Secretary of Farmers -National Council of Washington, D. C. HA ill Speak Under Auspices of Conference for Pro. gressive Political Action. RGES SUPPORT OF B. K. WHEELER ýted Farmer Leader Witi Spend a Week in State, Speaking in Havre, Whitefish, Wolf point, Glasgow, Poplar, Plentywood and Scobey. (HEELER WILL ACCOMPANY HIM TO WOOD, WOLF POINT AND SCOBEY o F. Marsh Gf Washington, D. C., utive Directol of Farmers Na al Council, , peak at Plenty Tuesday. Octtoher 17, and at bey, MondY.y, October 16th, in be of the ca ididacy of the Hon. B. heeler fo the office of the United tes Senate on the Democratic tic Mr. March will be accompanied northeastern Montana by Mr. ler, himself, v ho will also deliver address at both of the above places ides at Poplar on the 18th and if Point on the 19th. ...

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. — 6 October 1922

PRAYER OF OUR RAIIS Harding is my shepherd and I am in want; He maketh me to lie down on park He leadIth ne to free dbuphouses; "He restoreth my doubt in the repub lican party; He leadeth me in the of destruc tion for his Oarts sake. Yea though I walk h the valley of the shadow of starvation, I do fear evil, For thou art against me. Thy and proiteers-they tnme;, TIfou prepareth a reduction in salary before me in the presence of mine enemies; Thou anointeth my income with taxes, Think This Over, Mr. Firmer! And then bring your Wheat to the Plentywood Flour Mill and get your Flour. We give you 100 lbs. Flour and 40 lbs. Mill Feed For 3 Bu. and 20 lbs. of Wheat 3 bu. and 20 lbs. at 94 cents, - - $3:12 Less 40 lbs. Mill Feed at 1 cent per lb., .40 Net cost of Flour, ' - - - 2.72 Or. in. Other Wcrds, $1.32 Per Bu. For Your Wheat - Plentywoodl MiIling Co. MONTANA SUPPLIES Hardware, Plumbing, Heating, Electric and Sewer Construction Auto Accessories, Pumps, Eve Troughs, Threshers Supplies,...

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. — 6 October 1922

For the Entire Famiy. More than half the satisfaction of fam ily shio m is, found in finding needed quatiieCs. at the right price. In the buying of your own, as well as the children!s hosiery-there is no brand that so satisfarto'ily satisfies all requirements as completely as Al l enA 2&u*e Cati Hosiery For many years ALLEN A Black Cat has been the standard of value to the experienced Family Shop. per. This season the same reliable rule is still the safest to follow. We. offer a complete range of styles, for Men, Women and Children-in silk; lisle, wool and cotton-for all occasions. 9xtraordjnary values at the following prices: 3390 Ladies Mere. .50 895 Ladies Silk 2.25 3940 Ladies Silk & Wool - 2.50 2935 Mens Silk & Wool .75 2925 Mens light weight wool .50 2385 Mens Mere. .50 Full line of childrens of best quality * Ingwalson Co. Inc. Plentywood - - - Montana R"N AUTO MECHANICS-Prac ical training, large school. Write anson Auto & Tractor School, argo, N. D. 25-t8 .E....

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. — 6 October 1922

ITHE PROUUCEIS NEWS I'AVi OF TAE &' PLE, BY TME PR)OLE, !'O THE PEOPLI C mtimuing the OUTLOK PkOMOTEZ , h PLES ?PUBSHIiNG CO PA Y1, PUBUSNHER Eaterey as Seeod Class matter. October is, 1212, at the Poe odie aIft Pleywood. Montana, Uude tip Act of 3au, 1. 187. TIE AMERCABN SASSOC A .IOS Quack, frauduleat and ihrespoasi,1e firms are sot knowingi: advertisea, and we wil! take it a,,a favor if any reader wil addsae c.i promptiy shogid thenr bare occasion to deubt or question the re E;abitf Yf any firm which patronizes wur advertising EtUlep. FRIDAY,,OCTOBER 6. 1922 LEAVE THE COUNTY SEAT AT POPLAR. Many of the subscribers and stockholders of the Producers News are residents of Roosevelt county and these subscribers and stockholders in this paper will help locate the permanent county seat in that county at the coming election. Most of these stockholders and subscribers live in the east end of the county. The only interemt which these citizens have in the location of th ejounty seat is...

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. — 6 October 1922

LOCAL NEWS jLahey made a business trip $ last Tuesday. bey last Fern Hommte spent the week th her parents at Outlook. r Id c Comertown -was ter or in this city last Sun ine55 ken, the Whitetail banker, _ ha;les, in the city last ay* * *, Geo. Legiren a up and around after several days serious ill afe - ,v Hansen made a trip to Dag a Tuesday tO attend to farm 'terests. * * Carl PeteLrsii spent a few last week visiting friends at ton, N. D.* * Anna Hovc't pent the week siting her parent on the farm Antelope.* Thos. Kelly motored to Cul n last Tuesday to spend the siting friends. made a trip to his farm of town last Tuesday to look farming interests. G. Christianson and family went tone Wednesday to spend the n visiting with friends. V. Lockren, owner of the Ray coal mine, was a business visit N last Saturday aft nooag 0. Stenehjem was here from. * where he is employed in the to spend Sunday with his fami e Hurley from Glasgow was ! g friends and attending to legal s matters in this ci...

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. — 6 October 1922

PLENTYWOOD, MONT. Blue Bell Shirting, per yard, .23 e Percales, per yard, . . . .20 Men's and Ladies' Brown Heather .60 Wool Hose, . Men's Wool Union Suits, . $2.50 Men's Sheep Skin Lined OvercoatsI 0O.0o 70x80 Heavy Wool Blankets, $101o Other Blankets down, per pair, to $2.40 Men's Wool Sport Coats . oa, t4 °oo Boys' Coats, same as above, at $2-0 W hen your list-of Fall and Winter Wants is ready, call and - LET US FIGURE ON IT We have the best equip ped line of Drugs and Accessories in Northeast em Montana At The Plentywooll Drug ANTELOPE " John Grayson drove over into the Comertown territory Saturday. W. H. Foster and Kenneth Van Vorst auotoed to Poplar Saturday to 4 attend the Roosevelt County Fair. 1 They report a wonderful display of grain and vegetables. During the high wind of last Fri day the granary in which Roy Dahl was threshing on the Grayson farm east of town took fire and partly burned, destroying several hundred bushels of grain. There was about 1400 bushels of wheat ...

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. — 6 October 1922

01' Johm B. Thunder, 414 III " 1 srRA tWa DAPER $17 ýrppfttl IH \ JUST A FRIENDLY TIP very day this paper is asked ions in regard to-Who has a to rent? Who has a bed, dress tove, wagon, plow or automobile sae? I would like to get a small a to rent. Do you know who has I Who has purebred cattle near e, and many other questions of filar nature are put up to us. VWe ower to the best of our ability, rng, John Smith might have one, byt we don't klow for sure. A all want ad in the "Business Get 'column of this paper for a couple issues has proven double its worth a quick and inexpensive salesman. FUNERAL DIRECTOR LICENSED EMBALMER W. L. BRUCE Prompt attention given to city and out of town calls. Lady Assistant. oefis Bolster & Sons Inc. Redidence 65 UNDERTAKERS Plentywood, Mont. HIROPRACT IC IS THE ern Sciertific Method of Removing the Cause of Disease \ Palmer School" Craduate Chiropractor Any doubt which might be in your mind con cerning Chiropractic would be banished if you were to...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 6 October 1922

Will Continue Sale Now On A October It-o We have decided to cotinue our Big Fall Opening Sale all this month, as hundreds of our customers were unable to atte dl our ffrst sale and take advantage of the special bargains offered at that time. So we will repeat the entire list for the balance of this month, and in addition will offer many other special items not listed at that time. We are determined to make this the busiest month a.f the whole year. Shrewd buyers come long distances to this store. Don't take our word or it come and be convinced. BARGAIN HUNTERS! BARGAIN BUYERS! BARGAIN SEEKERS! This is your opportunit Grasp it. It will pay l o to beg, borrow or steal the money to attend this sale. Read every price quoted herein then come and see the goods HOSIERY PRICES Chi'sRib bac Extra Specials for Saturday, Oct. 7, don't miss them NOon PE Joto &o e Pie Co t Th edtoo 1 5 CoenHosHe, sizes 5o10c 10 lbs. Best Granulated Sugar for 79c50 sS had 6%Z, pr-A - -- Limit 10 Pounds to a C...

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. — 13 October 1922

-TI =A P -P 1,HZ ,,ou~ , o 2 ..2.: . PLENTIYWOOD, SHERIDAN CouNTY, A&F IAYbCOBR 3,"92 ____-__ She.da Cu.y Nes. ..... Dool.O R , 92 o . ,. .i'-.3 :: ---- _ . . .. ... . ... . ".... ... .. . .......- . "., . '__ _. .. N ws ml D ole . --~- • .. Anderson Gives Statement on Support of Wheeler Benjamin March Tells Why Farmers' National Coun-cil Is Backing Burton K. Wheeler For The United States Senate ector of Farmers' Organization Who Will Speak in Plenty wood, October 17th, Tells Why Farmers Can't Support Riddick in Letter to Prof. Fisher. DICK'S RECORD IS 100 PER CENT FOR INTERESTS ys That He Will Not Say That Riddick Is Venal, But TIfat He Is Honestly for the Big Interests and is the More Dan gerous Because of His Personal Integrity. MARRSH WILL SPEND WEEK IN THIS STATEJ 'I-----_____ ____ The f, :I:., which Benja in M . . director of the mer ' unil v:With head sarters at . D. C., rep zntig : f oi larmers in . United ::' Ptrof. Fisher, onrmerly i:\ at the Uni rsity of ott; ',1ti , ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 13 October 1922

(Continued from Last Week) ELECTION JUDGES AND C~tERS look °iect No. 1 " : Geo. Bszard, Swad Back, Win. r, Joe D. g.nebetkow Martin Lundeen aMd .L J. Shirtlif. _ Polling Place: John Wunderlif"s Housae. 3uD4 le Pua No.. 11 Jhn - W agner, ihris Clerks--J. E. Huntley, H. -B. Cor nick. peail Mac e: Tiwa Rail. teler Ere N. 12? . JdgIe-Karl l Berteea, Chealey Marell, alred C. We clek --anes Hareron, John H. LL~.I~ .FIK Poln Placie: School House. Penwr d ecet ci N. 13 OJiTooes.-g arI Gilberta, CHesley ~arkel, Frd C. Weassterbeg.' Clerks--G. Has Hair and om King. Plentyw aci: Scool Ho15,se.Ward 1 P iibatyi~ ed, Rncb4c N.. 14 obaPolxaGterald ·Pow Clerkrs--G. Ha irj a~nd ~om King. PLentyweed Pze~crat N. 15 WaKrdl 1 Think This Over, Mr. Farmer! And then bring your Wheat to the Plentywood Flour Mill and get your Flour. We give you 100 lbs. Flour and 40 lbs. Mill Feed For 3 Bu. and 20 lbs. of Wheat 3 bu. and 20 lbs. at 94 cents, - - $3.12 Less 40 lbs.. Mill Feed at 1 cent' per lb., .40 Net cost ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 13 October 1922

' r--r--- I-- P ::;c·ý- a g 9s .r "··:: ý ý· 1~; ý ; ý; ýý }y,", ~ ý:ýý:. .Having rented my farm and quit farming I am offering for sale at public auction, at my farm, 4 miles straight south of Plentywood, the following described chattels, on Tuesday, Oct.24 Sale Starts at 1 O'clock Sharp. 7 Horses I7 Cattle 7 1 BAY HORSE, WEIGHT 1400 LlS. 3 EXTRA GOOD MILK COWS, YOUNG 1 BLACK HORSE, WEIGHT 1400 LBS. I BAY MARE, WEIGHT 1200, 7 YEARS OLD 1 HEIFER COMING 3 YEARS 1 BAY GELDING, WEIGHT 1200, 5 YEARS OLD 1 SORREL GELDING, WEIGHT 1200, 5 YRS. OLD 3 CALVES 2 YEARLING COLTS PIGS SHEEP DOG R ac ine 1 BROOD SOW 1 LAMB Machinery GOOD SHEPHERD DOG, TRAINED 1 Stoughton Wagon with Box 1 Extra Wagon Box TURKEYS CHICKENS 1 McCormii& Binder, good condition 12 TURKEYS 1 Gang Plow 150 FULL BLOODED RHODE ISLAND 1 Sulky Plow with breaking attachment 1 Harrow with cart 1 Sleigh 1 Hay Rake Fur1ture Top Buggy with Presto Light 3 Sets Work Harness 1 Set Buggy Harness 1 Single Harness, new 1 new pair sha...

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. — 13 October 1922

THE P C S J4EWS PA'F OF THE P IILE,4OR THEPEOIPI I C jPROMOTER _ *OPLES ., NY, PUBLISIIER Enter aS" e li toe~ r 18, 19 -at the Post ofiic t, ooit. , nde r the Act of Mach 3, 1879. S. R, Editor and: anager. Foreign Advertising Representative T HEAMEICAN PRESSASSOCIATION i Quack aiudulent and irresponsible firms are -not knowingly advertised, alod we will take it ask favor if any reader will advise us promptly should they have occasion to doubt or question the re liability of any firm which patronizes our advertising columns. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1922 DAUGI'HERTY'S INJUNCTION This is what the Nw York World has to say of the Daugherty injunction: "The preint's injunction, eve if itis made permanent, will not t a wheel or wipe a joint. "The j.etities ag0iil inflame a gireati d of pas sion and arouse' miehI animosity. It-' will convince many Of the strikers that the government has finally., assumed the r* e of strike breaker, and that iiless thehy i a ish th will have lost everything for ...

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. — 13 October 1922

4OCA _NEWS SMrs. \. 1. Dooley werE . Dooitx " t-: Monday on 't business t ir and Mrs. I.. Shippe wer s'scting businl' at the counts gait MondaY. eMarrt i t filst of the week Peter o r tao ,h ,! g -h ipment of for Chijcago \ ctle. * Han'Y Loucks 2,: e ':roin Red first 1te ,.k on a :hort busi aesstrip j Foley ,,i :, Done count:y ,'been in Ple ntV'. ,i I business a 0 -ple days this eý,- k Hrr` Padis. \'P hji; C n iunnmig tha"esing 'ut i:1 al fll, was a botre , calle I int,'. ood Monday. Mesdames Ch ". liTg'cs and Win. iiardson were h1tt firo n Antelope - Monday . tteJIlfg to business Itters and viitiŽ n iens. Coral Lecy from Cc(edstone spent a -w hours in this city last Monday ~jting his manyl tr e(ds here. jaoathan Apples, $2.00 a box at ig.alson & (C., store, Plenty wood. Now is the time to lay in wer winter supply. A page of bargains. See Karlaon's sale ad in thi, issue of the Pro : News. The Outlook merchant a t after. the business and is offer j game real bargain. p. . Marshal...

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. — 13 October 1922

..AT... J.A. Johnson PLENTYWOOD, MONT. Blue Bell Shirting, per yard, . .23 Percales, per yard, . . .20 Men's and Ladies' Brown Heather 60 Wool Hose, . . •Men's Wool Union Suits, ". $2.50 Men's Sheep Skin Lined Overcoats t 10.° 70x80 Heavy Wool Blankets, $10.5o Other Blankets down, per pair, to $2.40 Men's Wool Sport Coats^e t "4 .00 Boys' Coats, same as above, at $2.s0 W hen your list of Fall and Winter Wants is ready, call and LET US FIGURE ON IT DOOLEY Daniel P. Bailey was down from Scobey the latter part of last week on business matters. While here he cdnfiscated four loads of wheat and outfits which will be sold. We are informed that the wheat was smuggl ed across the line and were trying to beat the duty. While at Raymon'd he picked up some forty head of cattle, which were brought here Sunday. Percy Nenville was a visitor here from Whitefish the latter part of last week and forepart of this, shak hands with old timers. Mr. Neville has an interest in the Dooley Imple ment Compan...

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. — 13 October 1922

a -m of trN Page Seven o u YOUR ) F Winter; Goods THE BIG E, S L S A T , ,I WCrR, OWD 'r.1 Regular Season's Goods get the axe at prices that will compel you to buy. Do not hesitate, but act right now. It means dollar$s to you---because we need the money. This is the opportunity of a lifetime to secure Winter Merchandise just at a time of the year when you need them---that is when sale prices count. . _ , THE SALE STARTS Sa~trcay, (ctober 21st3 $AndEnds SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31sth COATS COATS MEN'S SUITS p D OT S Men's Leather Lined Coats with Fur Collars $40.00 Value, a bargain at......................---------------------.......5 This is new stock, up to the minute "l-$34.50 Value, special for this sale, at.. -... ....... $29.75s no shop worn or sec $31.50 Value, special for this sale, at -.. ...........$27.50 d hand stock. Now is te time Mnits .$29.50 Value, speciall priced for this sale at .10.7........ .ens is no$25.25 st. Now 2s S$2 5.00 Garment, a big value at .......................

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. — 13 October 1922

RULm FOR - -,W~tF5 That is thl que osoiovbtolved in the constitutional amendment which will be submitted to the v'oters of th.. state November s~eenth, according to Frank A. Haelbaker of Dillon, chairman of the central committee on the amend ment, which authorizes the l gisature to provide a plan of government for cities and counties under special or general laws. "Many counties in this state are beginning to realize that they are thinking units, not merely geograph ical divisions. They are awakening to an' appreciation of their identity and their ability to organize and man age many concerns which have been conspicuously mishandled, either by state authorities or by the smaller lo cal units," Mr. Hazelbaker declares. Custom-made governmental gar ments, replacing the straitlaced anti quated type of county administration, a heritage from the days of King. Al fred the Great and brought over by the Virginia colonists in 1634 can be ordered under the provisions of the amendment, he expl...

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. — 20 October 1922

A PAER, OF THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE ___V, No. 28 PLENTYWOOD, SHERIDAN COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 192C t O oblic Examiner's Report pf Loot of Shedan County gINTED AST WEEK IN THE (OLUMNS OF THE PLENTYWOOD HERALD Report, Made By Examiner Mclvcr, a Friend of the Peo le Criticizes, Was the Basis Upton Whlich Wheeler IntVollum Were Hired to Save County's Money. ES COMBINATION BETWEEN MATKIN, TIMMONS, MOVIU$ AND BEISEKER that the Last Seed Grain Was Bouh By Bdiseker and Movius, Using County Money for the operations, Sold to the County at Immense Profits, avid the Loot Divided Between Operators. KE 15 PER CENT 'DISCOUNT ANOTHER cRAFT The producers News, reproduces from last week'k Plentywood Herald, sport of Public Examiner Melver, made under date of February 16th, ked is a report of the County Treasurer's office; while Rex Movius -was county treasurer, and was made between the dates of February 1O and ruary 14th. 1921. This report was not made by a member of the...

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. — 20 October 1922

.DALMill AND FLVATOR NOW COMPLTFE Opening Date for Business b .or October 25th-.May Hold Celebra Grand Forks, Oct 9.-The state mill and terminal elevator will be reams for business in about two weeks.. The olficial opening, accord ing to A. Mykebeye, fiscal agent of the industrial commission, will take place about October 25th. The industrial commission will meet in Grand Forks, October 15th, and the plans for the opening cele brations, if aay will be decided upon then.s It is also expected that the ap pointment of a general manager will be announced in a few days. B. L Simmons and O. L. Spencer, mana gers for the elevator and mill, respec' tive y, have, been on the ground for some time and superintended the in stallation of the machinery. FIVE MAJOR BUILDINGS The Grand Forks project consists of five' major buildings-the elevator building, the mill building, the power-, house, the repair shop, and the ad mipistration service building. The elevator is the largest struc ture; not incl...

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. — 20 October 1922

OGRESSMAN SCHALLUS DRIVE ON KELLOD SCARES CAPITOL 8.0. P. rfiJrt.: SHINGTON LETTER. I ýlinnesota T; CJrscmaln Tells Facts Every Voter of Minne Blndsota + r - merican Legion Challen esConcealment of War pr ; : 0. P. Congres onal Chaim n in Active propaganda F=r (t el Trust-Borah Goes Home to Fight For primary La - '.uaire bets Life For Killing Striker. D of the po ýash' gton in X ah yh litical sernsatýýýn- 3 "chall '" 'i Tl hel fofgiet' d t rt state. returnal an hze tha log811 ~ ~ i onoea Iefcie 5 a The rirn U e :.ntihe ýog return :rai 1l roat ull tis t iectin - Sce o r ! soto The +,,inrat junt ti he ( n a int ten Irailroad todic a bolill oe Cirtayton snorert" Sih . -... h C ay o 5ididats. i'tjul in Non ontro sesbey.e ol!v sa d m ly s ghert.ca a uttelwde SelaillO refeid '. Ko icgg caime the illrs uon of the ovt! isjp1' ti ,in mlo has no aple a bill , if Clayton Fam rgan izatious or any D trroeY general 1) !urea 'd er follow. I dertn'o exa Iu The Clayton cias it stanted retrtains cour...

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. — 20 October 1922

Reel Estate Transfers Sarah A..Malcolm to A. A. Mal coim, warranty deed, lot 4, block 7, Plentywood, Orig. A. U. Eckrnann to Outlook Lbr. Co., warranty deed, Iota 1-2-3-4-5-6; block 8, Outlook. U. $., £ to Anna Redboy, patent, J. A. Johnson' PLENTYWOOD, MONT. Ble Bell Shirting, per yard, .. .23 Percales, per yard, . . 20 Men's and Ladies' Brown Heather , A Wool Hose, . . .UU Men's WOol Union Suits, . $2.50 Men's Sheep SkinLined Overcoatsio? I 0°° 70x80 Heavy Wool Blankets, $10.50 Other Blankets down, per pair, to $2.40 Men's Wool Sport Coats i". th n .OO Boys' Coats, same as above, at $2.50 When your list of Fall and Winter Wants is ready, call and LET US FIGURE ON IT CHIROPRACTIC. IS THE Modern Sciertific Method of Removing the Cause of Disease " Doctor, I've Been Years Without Relief' How Many Times We Hear That From Patients How many times we picture the suffering through years, the hopes blasted, the vitality lowered, the mind worried to distraction, and all because "no one seem...

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