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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 20 October 1922

'Continued from 'tPg ity State Bank of Outlook . -. -..-.----.9 Cids State Bank of Dooley 8 :C1 k of Madoc (Daniels County)-"--__- . Sats Baof Redstone ---------- .---. __.- ...., $ National Bank, Reserve ------------------- -.. Fst Nation.at Bank, Raymond - Fatnrs State Bank, Westhy ------------"------ " ------6 6,00000 t National Bank, Westby --------------- ---r ------- 8,00000 Natiopal bank, Antelope ---- ----------- . 10,"000.00 prs National Bank, Plentywood-------$92,251.98 Less oustanding cheks No. . 1.50 910 $15 11293.38 112977.26 21394.50 8.24 2395 .73 3121 1.00 3121 .81 380 22.39. t ' .,-. i~ 4056 75.39 5063 .75 , 5118 1.00. . 5137 .69 5417 124.00 + ._ p463 5.36 L .t 5487 2.97 . 5499 18.73 5509 31.00 t 5511 149.90 - 5518 125.00 6519 840.00 ; 6524 83.68 - ." s 5525 38.50 , . 5531 40.00 ' 5532 114.00 5533 24.00 ' 5534 124.00 5535 265.25 5536 190.00 5537 125.00 5538 250.25 = 5549 125.00 5540 248.00 5541 640.28 5543 135.04. . 5544 115.80 5545 1,498.80 - - 5546 2,254.22 5547 1,...

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. — 20 October 1922

.. A'ýPL -~ rL. ThE PR6D UCEkS 1 W S "M~i'- O hE PLE, ~BY I4*a £W . 4 FUR 'IU tU1tLP~ p onfi an thre onible furns OKP e notE ''oin ;eied and Sr wTislly M taet Y; t fav# i Vnieae k~i.: '-aabt vo ayd Cites Mhdattr~soneizeou dvtis'In `tolum o~ ~ ~ FRDY OCTBE 20,ý;'=):'o; ~i!tx~ýL ~ur= 1..e 4ttf1ýt"ý ,1' _ : - - G , GVi I'CýVE 'USE . *(}UK - * Go, ` iv :"~aek mten!' Thed time'pnil firmn s rentko g1 a Setroget anisds wrewlake heats, asua favrith anr.rade 'willn -ands; * k enwthem the~k luasto ofaice, dhoes Ino il~l2 * ~ * po Iien l should theepoils o oflcecasin tot dobty or*ttont * e wocfan Fstn befor 1aYG. dmgogue *tC.~ *,- . *-.*# * And -dam GisV UaS Er!omies without wiking- * * TalGeod, , aive ownen w The ltu e ands the fo l * MIn puoblm theud tstin oavate doesinot king; * * Men whoi the an ointhst wofice air nothbum -wornc d * * "Geod givse s omesions and t ae d ielm d * * Men whno have honor-men who will not lie. * * Men who can stand before a demagogue * * And damn his treacherous ...

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. — 20 October 1922

,O CAL NEWS a quick trip to the Wm" gsa Wednesday of this week. s Smith of Metlicne Lake` was fli Sin Plerity "041 Thuestiay of jfl ý"aý -he county seat W arkns s cek doctoring iople atlan " 1t Dr. York. State E' ., A. D. Wil Deput? intown th'. week checking ý the ayo , C. C. 11t ,nroth of Willis Dhi way in l kntywood Tues to i 0 p o ba y t 1 bu rm ess. dayevning Ot Goodyear 'Ies, asl sizes, fit gate rd or fabrics. ;uy o T'ý" SHOP. . McCali deputy fire {4h. in th't week rada aer eithi hi office. iwking P ý t .:> , ay. ie went to I 1 o 0 F e.d sa was ai 0 'i, PU U4 stay and rsita t , L , vhere he t dpa Jmenl EL C . 11e o7 =ý...ý Sunday. ettment loan :unt'v. Paul Paulsen l Monday last i. ttake charge of t ,asYvelt Coun- i t Indepellent. i' uon is a a an of real prit ind. no doubt t oil give Poplar al newspaper c wich will fight t he people's in- a arests at all time. - I Art Wankle, ptrmiaent farmer of the Raymond couPn . accompanied by o brother Joe. of saskatchewan, Can- I ads wa...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 20 October 1922

The I A RN IN B Concert Co. Is Coring THORSTEIN SKARNING :Well ktown Famous Master on ANNA SKARNING Ike Accordion and his $700 Gold Norwegian Soprano and Pianoist Laid Instrument ASSISTED BY MARTIN HENDERSON + Champion Accordion Player of Norway. Antelope Sal. Eve., Oct. 21st. Reserve Mon. Eve. Oct. 23rcd Westby Tues. Eve. Oct. 24th. K,., The principal entertainment will be given by Thorstein Skarning, considered at present the eading world's virtuoso on the accordion. His musical abili ty and his splendid mastery of the technique of accordion have received flattering comment in the press twherever he has ap peared, both European and American papers according him highly coniplimentary mention. "STAATS ZIETUNG" Chicago, Ill., 1917 To the finish Mr. and Mrs. Skarning played from Peer Gynt Suit (E Grieg) "Death of Asa" and Anitras Dance." The artists simply left the audience wild with enthusiasm. "DAILY ARGUS LEADER" Sioux Falls, S. 1). 1918 Prof. Thorstein Skarning1 the Norkwegian acc...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 20 October 1922

gILIO OWNERSHIP ONLY REMEDY SAYS NORTH CAROLINA JUSTICE -ý6:i _WASHINGTON LETTER - JSees Certai Failure in Temporary Solution Efforts-Howard Would Abolish Joint Stock Land Banks-.. plea For increasing Farm Loan Bank Limit Dangerous to Small Farmers Now-Leading French Newspapers Found. Taking Money-Senator Watson Attacked Deflation Policy in Last Speech. shington, D. L -u Iblic owner* shipithe only s'Dion to the diffi .hip is presented Dy the railroad and cities ups says \\alter Clark, chief jutice of the supreme court of North Sjstice Clark s New the right to trike against private owners of a blic utility cannot be denied consti ionally and the government has no wet to enforce fair treatment of em ores in such ntilitw? short of gov ment ownership. -The right to strike aoainst the pri at owners of railronads is sacred. en cannot be forced to work unless :repeal the Thirteenth Amendment d maintain a standing army of mil *s to enforce peonage. Laborers ye a right to strike and to peace...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 20 October 1922

MONTANA INDUS TRIAL PROGRESS Butte enjoy building boom. Con -act :let for $45,000. business block a ad apartment house. Test well tor be drilled between Car ter and Fioweree,. 55 miles northeast of Great F.alis, some time this fall. Neihart-Contract let for erection (ý large concentrating mill for American Zinc and Lead Company. Conipany being forthed to build farm nmachinery; will establish plant at either Great Falls or Lewistown. Havce-G. N. to install oil burning locomotives on all trains running be tween Havre and Pacific coast. Great Falls-Great Northern order ed to build crossing on Sun River Simms highway. Chotenu-Well. to be drilled on Lit tle Muddy structure. Dupuyer-Scoflin-Butte anticline, 11 miles southwest of here, soon to be scene of active drilling operations. Winified-Gas encountered in Kan sas-Montana well at 2,880 feet. Great Falls-$35,435 in building permits `issued during September. Billings-Cornerstone laid for new $100,000 Bap ist chuirch. Great Falls-Operatio...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 20 October 1922

j INER'S REPORT OF LOOT OF SHERIDAN. cuz Checks Date Deposita Jan. 24 $10,004)00 00 500" Jan. 28 ý,0 00 10.00 Jan. 30 0.0 0,680. 69.30 Jan. 30 3,000.00 0- Feb. 7 3,000.00 296 40.00 28 50 Mar. 10 1,000.00 20000 8.00 Apr. 22 23,250.00 4200. 42.0 10000 2 7500 60.00 136.00 4 '.00 4 4000.00 89.35 i 0150.00 42.33 , 47 3001.0050 3,0.00 1.000.00 3,001.00 556.35 4 131.25 i0.O0t.0'ý seed aa ts acct.) 2 5 1000000 700.00 95.26 EXHIBIT "C" County Seed Account c-o C. J. B. Checks Date Deposits $464.22 398.75 May 6 $ 862.97 1,261.10 May 28 2,380.00 2,380.00 MY 2 76500 382.25 488.75 May 29 1,261.10 539.75 June 2 488.75 2,982.50 June 3 539.75 50.1; June 8 382.25 375.49 June 9 2,975.00 625.00 June 14. 7.50 117.32 June 18 136.00 136.00 June 19 1,167.77 387.73 June 24 229.50 745.32 July 9 .19 96.13 July 9 841.43 148.75 July 13 535.48 195.07 July 22 195.07 1,750.00 Aug. 3 1,788.84 38.24 Sept. 2 2,298.51 2,298.51 EXHIBIT "D" County Seed Account-DISCOUNT--c-o C. J. B. Checks Date Deposits May 0 6,822.00 1...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 20 October 1922

Occular Demonstratiaofo Finance in Sheridan County (Continied from ,Page Onel There was the printing graft scandal .in which nearly $20000 has been regoveie1 from Dolims claim against the county and many other . its are mLill in the court, There was the 1920 seed grain rbbbery, in which the taxpiyers wilj lose over $ 0,000 and the graft therein as is exposed inf another colurnn,ý . There is theGCounty Land Classifcation Swindle and graft in which Lockwood got $35000 for a fake classification contract that was let to him without bids. And all of these things happened while Jud Matkins has been in the office of County Commissioner and happened with his connivznce and support: . Jud Matkins is a candiate for re-election to the office of County Commissioner, on a ticket with a number of his friends an pals---on therleirocratic ticket. Do the people of Sheridan County want a return to these conditions-a return to the daylight burglary of Sheridan county? If they do, they will vote for Ju...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 27 October 1922

- - --- - - - • - . - ._ A PAPER, OF THE, PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE _. ,29 _ __ PLENTYWOOD, SHERIDAN COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1922 ,ntnn the Outlook Promotez axes ecreased on Sh.eridanCounty Farms se on ri OPLAR SCHOOL DISTRICT TURNS OVER COURT HOUSE. TO COUNTY FREE OF CHARGE ,AI1CALLY DONATED SO LONG AS USED iR COUNTY SEAT PURPOSES-COUNTY TO IPAY FOR UPKEEP. a, Mont.. Oct. 20.--Late today larned that the School Trus of School District No. 9 had en into a lease contract with the of Roosevel:, whereby the now used by the county as ouse at Poplar is turned over county free of all rental so long is used for county purposes. The has been placed on record in the of the Clerk and Recorder at r, a:yl is open to inspection by e calling at that office and re g to see the sane. nder the term of the lease the t, is given the ,ight to use the ag and he' whole of the tract d on which the building stands, risng nearly three acres, (in r` ~i~-·-i --:iII t :·:~ -·r :.· ·i'--...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 27 October 1922

CURTAIN GOES DOWN ON RUlSSMIA REVOLT; REDS molRlI 19WE LAST RESISTANCE TO BOLSHE VIKI IS BROKEN; PEACE PLANS DISCUSSED. Vladivostok, Oct. 24.-The curtain has been run down on the last scene of the Russian revolution. Those who defended this last outpost of opposi tipn to the soviets are departing. A few hundred persqns have been -killed, ad the people are sitting back wait ing for their new rulers, the soviet leaders of the Far Eastern republic, or Chita government, as it is called, to arrive. The White Guards of the Vladi vostok government fought desperately from October 8, the day when they came in contact with the soviet forces at Spassk, until nearly two weeks later when the Reds utterly defeated them and forced them to cross the Manehurian frontier. The man who bore the brunt of the fighting were soldiers who had re treated from the-:Volga river, to this last stronghold of the- White Guards. 'Vladivostok sent General Diedericks only. 176 men in reply to his call for reinforceme...

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. — 27 October 1922

NORTHERN FfGIMNIT 01 LBOR, REStS IN NO CARSI ryE HiTE DRESS O.Fashioned Snowy Gown Has Returned to Favor. Vote of Color, Formerly in Sash, Now Spreads Over Garment in Form of Equbroideries. The old-fashll!"t 'hlte dress has comeak with :!i:intion. observes co .oes corr,'!'*';!,. ,nt ii. the New a fa. , !tiine it is sim yark Trihue . 1". . . T mp tle it ,r wts. It may e t ple . - t ,.,,,;,is frock but o of i.'(,,l" ,. !irc in the old he noe ~. o, e spreads t er a ii ,f the dress in e form of 1,. While the embroiery i r l'' Il(he designs are very im , an1 ~ lly in brilliantI ý is a fi ,ldr for the en Sli .tl: l tv ,N .n , Iri .s'es. Some iDl the enre il frosted lver tl . 1the garment like a fiiry r The ' .. iiir ( sss of the e*test si l' : ; the slip-over thehad styl. n ttlhng to dis tin aiT thein 1 -iirdle consistlng of roles "f .. iiq ently jade. Such n 'res' !,' 'Iut ill seallops at the bottim, .- ,ipl)s, of course, being !ound i 1. These gowns are most ff(r' heln w\orn with brotd ...

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. — 27 October 1922

THE. PRODUCERS NEWS LAP. OF T3J.: PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE:. FOR THE I'IEOitiA _Continiing the OUTI .00K P'ROMOTE!R .fl (PEES IdaB>.ISjcING Ct)Ob1'.P VV. PUflISFiIR - Lntt,! Cad'r! a, . c`IUISU Lt4.. Matter, Octob'i i !" 12 . h. a, thy - Met 3 ' ·: I =.r=: ..-·i .::" =:,:ina. Jnrr~ e t t.: f :,: ! n Jiat'ch 1S7 1 ,s. E. ! AY.EOR. El art:', FcOre!_ A Advert:sin, Repr'.r a Quack. fi-autduient and ii rtsponnibhcc Fti inq " i re m iiuwongU a'.vvr;ti"ýe(1,. and :c wCill take it as a fawv. f an; reads ' II adv·s' U- pr'mjtRty AC. i he'N' hai'.' "''as-ion f iOliuut or qu stid) 0:, Ft FRIDAY, OCTO BILP27 )~22 HIS HANDS ARE TIED Mr. J J. Gunther is a candidate again for the office of coun. ty attorney in Sheridan county. Four years ago Mr. Gunther wai also a candidate for th( same office, nominated and supported by the Farmers Nonpartisar -League. Mr. Gunther had been a candidate for differeiint offices be fore at evely time there w-as an election and an onportunity t, run. In the fall of 19...

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. — 27 October 1922

LOCAL N psterY still ee BOLSTERS. k goester, banker of Outlook, bsine~ caller Monday. br ' , * * . ttleib of Antelope was in on b.'sit at the 10unty seat ionday. ard unclaimed. Who .;ants the et. Washer. See Bolsters Win etric " " '" lrunter of Antelope was a Plen Dcrd caller Moniday. ehvervthlnZ in Miners' S'a! We have IN. AN. e JeAn i Poci' Dy was in the pete: Jaenr \t, ei nesda\ and while rcoun allel , .n t o .cers News. here ca , . , ,. , .n farmer o ,. vor ". a,- .; towrn Wed r. 01 : - r.., . E. Statnban of Raymond Was .E Coun . anital Jon and G'' :r e- of Outlook t't,,,a the .. :. nan sale last Ad Ruchanan of he Outlook pre 1: ic ucsday on . to a, l.a sale. in. Ten k lo l.'idge pre in Plentywood Thursday. ' , lainalr was in ,Tu , hu- rsday look iT aftetr lu-i :.. co. eve was in <a iew days the .t o0' h . S!i,::r .: as here from S:: t v:-: isiting at the illia'ri Ji :-:of Dgmar was in .... -t 1 ' :-t Saturday, at tending to luszess matters. Gust Vahl : WVir ,ail was a husi n...

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. — 27 October 1922

ýý "S'I r C ý 'Ak ýF,:'-ý>wk. .. i..ii.::v4"..=ºMrti...lnd.r± b ýiaanc ýe r - _ i sue' i ý ýK'c-+ ` - dSlw Yl+e^'.K14+ý.YP rPdwf+-.+ 2s t y ý ý E rst 'levered this youth, a parently about eighteen years of a % iesarg -agains a glk I b '' of his eyes to protect them from the glare of the sun, they at first thought that he was s"me idiot who hati4~ eaped from a sanitarium. But i.ivStt gatlon soon developed?.that here w*s a case as unique as that of the man -in the iron mask, and resembling it in a number o way of - Not only were the boy's eyes weak, buat .hls. tcl.e : weiwa# 2Sab'-ga thope of an infant and the sple, oi hWi-teet were aoltmer, Ikes those s46a baby that ba.. neer.eparned to :walk, He had to be. carried bodily to pollee bead~)uarte. rnddeat thetre; l sigkt of the commonest objects appE.Rred to toera~y him,. while the sligbtet .f sounds' caused him to` cover his eats ad .wince an if his. eas-drams, w0ere accustomed" only to total ilence. On the other hand, his face indi...

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. — 27 October 1922

MAWET YTOSTRONG " 'alls Off, Prices Cattle lun t S trong-Hogs tron' Some Higher Labe, $14.00. Bureau of Agricultural L. S" d Minn. Dept. of Agri.) an CL slNG ' I '12 400. Market general ne 1,4: Ctes 1,300, o strong ghts largely $9.00. best li" ke l'al to sales 10 to 25c high som to o. Sheep hlRant $ half biiicl through. .bout Ftea. m . t Dakota -t about ste $14 , uiln Oct. 23, 1922: ts at the e s opening receiptS 1at 1 eease of aour e;..rd , ith last Mon 6,000 'c (1pe to the Thre mapt rulinK steady to receipts,pie of n of a weak to market at Chic. garket hoie dr tI beef steers g o the rceipts. Best t ograss-fat beeves here today 0of grSth strictly top kinds Saround $.00. Grass-fat here today were vmostly of a grade and moved largely at $s- fat heifes sold fromn to00, best cows . $4.50 to $5.00 ofthe fat she stock $3.25 to only a few canners sold at or less, bulk at $2.50, cutters to $300. Bologna bulls sold $325 to $4.00. Sales. of best veal calves centertd largely at within price l...

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. — 27 October 1922

egardk the -wises and gomd ni ,the majority. He believes in and prac tices special privilege to the dew who are in the least need. Everybody knows Mr. Jud ~lMatkinsý g fting,-, narrow methods. At °one ti b was i.structed b t o the Board to tl il work just.as though . e Co i'ugsn Iers had any authority to do so. .hley assumed this power because they could control county appropriations for the work. The Farm Bureau isr author ized through', the laws to direct the work of the Coq~ity Agent. MATIiNS T IED . 1DONAT DRUG COMPANY $800 Whenever the county agent present-, ed a bid on ingredients for gopher poison bait and recommended that it be accepted on condition that the bid der furnish the 400 ounces of sagehar ine at $2 per ounce instead of $f'as quoted therein, 3ud Matkins moved' that thelbid be accepted as read, rath.. er than as County Agent recommend 4e4 'e Farm BauTean office under stood this to mean as secomend e Tbei·'eion earried. By Moiiday the newZ week two other bids were in...

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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. — 3 November 1922

------ ism PEOPL NuEmbe , SH E AN COUm ,T A IA FRIDAY NOVEMBER 3 1922 rs. Mad inBured t eathin Ga Explosion WEDNESDAY AT RANCH REDSTONE SGas Lamp Exploded in Unfortuna Woman's Hands, niting Night Gowniand Burning So Badly That She Died at the Plentywood Hospitaj W.4iesday After noon at Three O'Clock. YEAR OLD SON ALSO ADLY BURNED or. Jud Matkinf. wife of County 5sissioner Jud Matkin, is dead and rst Matkin, the sixteen year old of Mr. and Mrs. Matkin lies in Sheridan County Memorial Hos in a serious condition as a re of the explosion of a gasoline at the ranch home of Mr. and Jatkin, a few miles northeast Jedstone, Wednesday, a little af twelve o'clpck midnight. The lamp when-it exploded covered Matkin, who was in her night with hot gasoline which ignit at once and she became a living cs of flames. Her youthful son to her assistance, but before the could be quenched, the unfortun woman had been mortally burned, the boy who fought so bravely rhis mother, was also badly in Both were r...

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 November 1922

We'll Stick, We'll Win extravagance and wastefulness of the present board of tounty ,, -y ers, who have done everything pos sible to discredit the league. The farmers are commencing to make a showing. Whether they will finish their work, depends entirely upon you. "LET US STICK, I .PT US WIN." Below are a few facts about seach of the candidates which the fa rners hbae honored by their endorsemenv. These names appear on the Republik can ticket. You will elect each indi vidual on the ticket election d y BOYS, DO NOT SCRATCH-VOTE THE TICKET STRAIGHT. CHARLES E. TAYLOR CANDIDATE FOR STATE SENATE Mr. Taylor was born at Oak Center, Wisconsin, February 27th, 18$4, on the. same farm on which his father was born, the homestead which his grandfather - purchased in the early forties when he ,and his family came down the lakes from New Paynes ville, Ohio, which country was at that time on the very frontier and he and his :boys chopped a farm out of the primal hardwood forest. His grand father a...

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 November 1922

QYD GEORGE LAST WAR SEEDER GIYES VP HIS POWER? -EN8L8A OUR WASHINGTON LETTER. I rs of Other Countries at Paris Peace Conference Fell More rspdlylncrease in British Labor Party Power Expected-. Workers Open Two New City Banks-G. P. ". Machine Lead r Bolt Party When Progressives Win-President Unlikely To Re-appoint Reserve Board Chairman. D. CG-Lloyd George, the premiers who took part it of t e ,'onflnc at Paris, to i t : fallen. '6 ht pe:q 1 g.o~ Aent fell dý n_' v U' ini )' t;.n1ent of S1: a geia ;stary in =I I the .n as it Ia!. Or Id' of Ft-r ce, , L lee-t f Pre< ben .c d atme,, re oived Tae I.o , ' e na . s to ("o"n pp . ... i 'bar party. La t cl ei hive orecluently as ed that the pry..ýier was dishonest not calling a 'eneril election .in face of thest losses. They held t Lloyd Geo:ge was maintained in te of parliamentarlY custom for fear a labor victory. 'ben Englind entered the' war, pith of the Lilwral party was e minister. There was much dis * faation with his policies. A u...

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 November 1922

THE PRODUCERS NEWS 1 EPf OE ThE PEOPLE. BY THE PEOPLE. FOR THE PEOPLE ('ontinuing the OUTLOOK PROMOTER OV:E_ý PItRLISHING COMPANY. PUBLISHER Ente a a Second t ais Matter, October 18, 1912. at the Post Ma "ti Plrntvwood. Montana. Unde r the Act of March 3. X74. '+ARI IE. TAYLOR, Editor and Manager I"orVign Adverting 'Representative c" _#:ý:.. .`t'I--EAMEAt Ot4 PRt S.ASSOCLATION Quack, : anidulent and irfesponsib e firms are not knowingi. advertisea, and we wilt take :#r a favor if any reader will ad'0ie us promptly 4would theA bave oecasiop to doubt or question the r TinDilitIIgj!W fire; which tpatr Tiae 6 our advelvowug. o urr1 r FRIDAY, QYEMJBER 3, 1922 A LAST WORD Next Tuesday, is election dad. It is the day wheii the elec tors of the c6tunty, state a nd nati o will meet and e er cie 4thei democratic jyi ege of select those wvho will, admisiiti the several governments during the-nett two years. .The voters cannotbe. too-eareful as to whom they vote for. All deratoonTi of a per ana...

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