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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 22 December 1922
LOCAL Clara Peterson of Dooley was a egiler at the county seat Tuesday. * * . Ire have everything in Minesin'Sup. HELLAND-STRANI. Adolph Weit~ was in Plentywwoo4 T edy awd .Wednesday of this week. Frank Carlson was over from Ray unod Tuesday of this week.. A large crowd was in Plentywood Burda and the stores were full of C' itran shoppers. Thos. Ltid has been on the " list the past week but i# dble,.kto up and around again. *, * . Editor Joe Hocking of Glasgow was a business caller in Plentywood Mon day. * C. Garneau of the Redstone country was in Wednesday with wheat to be ground into flour at the local mill. J. 0. Brensdahl of the McNulty pre cinct was a Plentywood business call er Thursday of this week. J. C. Wigmure was up from Medi cine Lake yesterday (Thursday) look ing after business matters. *I Sid Mortensen of Welliver was a county seat caller Wednesday of this week. * t Editor F. J. Sherry of the Redstone ( lieview was seen on the streets of v Plentywood Tuesday. Wm. Yates...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 22 December 1922
By Wm. Moe, County 8sptL of ashools) This o*too deems it it's daty an4 priv~itege to forward cortaia. state naent. and facts eo crunlg redieatios to the people of this county. It is s$ 1 timated that the average education.of an American citizen is -only a sixth gradse ducation. Since t perpet- tion of democracy depends upon the intel of the average ditite 1 lai * y becomes most important, to our democracy to educate these citi seas. If we are to continue to be sixth graders as citizens, our demo cracy will onlj be a sixth !rade de 'mocracy. In the uwrds pi lancolnt "Upon the subjeet of education. not presuming to dictate any plan or sys iepr repentiag it, I ca' only aayfthat I view it as the most important sub ject which we an a people caa be ecs: gasp ed in." 1 ou will note that education is con sinieed the rmost important sue.j*"* v kich people can »e engaged in. In i ac with this state'nent it may be well to note what several prominent individuals havi said. in tegard to educatio...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 22 December 1922
1cIOWERS SED BY TRICKS ONT. ELE VAT ? SAYS RANKIN Gneral Cite= Market Re 7 Grainl ('et ers Showing *iofl of Wheat Grades May ggled for Profit By Dealers. ec1 -Cha rt :gng that g.' Dre.s oIflontana are at groe.xrC when they !C of t their crop, Attorney m at ire state hearing Rankin a jt M. Davis, as hy07. fe agr;culture, on omm n o ?re Thursday, cited argifl ttos of The Great qune to n"w that Montana ri' the f arers of a con rsdeprt` a trick in grading. attorney general made this the Pt tore drive for facts in ton h that the Montana Sasquare deal are nt ots n eue h e ale aid bh' track loaders prices lPiect0 : Minneapolis chpprs <ethiig was wrong n~arkets of Monitana. hom eet H. f. Br osard gave that 29 cents a bushel more ralized I vl e in S inneapo C F. Brnlherg cited an in where he andi a number of o0wers, by makint' up a car i wheat for the Minneapolis lt 'l obtained cents a more than they could have ob re ativs of thc elev tor de there ouglt to be some x ax of tng newsPdPCaps ...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 22 December 1922
^_ _ 1 ~i ýý GREETINGS: ý ~ILU1WYu Just to tell you how very much I appreciate your loyalty and support given3 me in the pa four ' the" sam ol-fshoedmesae years, and wishing that this may be Withou ainlefrll Xmas and the.New Year, brighter and mlore pZ~roBtasrns-mCrsmaadls perous than ever before, I am wishing SEASON'SWamwtfredhpndgowil GREET'INGS. Always your friend, We wish you A MERRY CHRISTMAS }:,fWe would that everyone could enjoy the happy ~de in a home of his own-it contributes to the B.3 J( OGR Jy y~of the season. We build homes. ~4 'County Clerk & Recorder. RIIJ3A L UMBER CO.ShrdnC ny Plentywood, Montana -W")b 46 6 6U4 We' wish you all toshv enpesn n rftbe u red Patron-Neighbor-Friend 4. h otiuet stebs erciei ie n Each and Everyone, like Tiny Tim eeyoyesgeto mltevr etti V ~ ~~~A MERRY CHRISTMASYueieafrs ` And the very best joy in Yuletide CargoMERCHITA * SIMON SWANSON DNLSfSGRG The reliable Auto RepairmanPenyoMnta MERRY CHRISTMAS: 'TIS CHRISTMAS Eve! Turn low the lights...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 29 December 1922
rFyr . , . .. ., , . ý , :a 7 ý . . . : r.. . . r t , . .r 1 rut .nnrtrk1Tr ' P.API.R "- FOR A PAPR. OF THEE PEOPLE, FOR PEOPLE, BY THE V, No. 38 PLENTY WOOh SHERIDAN COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY DECEMBER 29, 1922': Coniun Ne and rooteyS No. Sed Co__y News and Dooley Su_ " - . . ., . , . . . . .+ ,= + • . , +, . - . , . .. ,, ,_+.... . .. .,,. ,, . : .+. . _... ., . ...-. _ +' .- . ... _. + -.,_. . . . . , Ai4ORTHERN REDmuCES 1)DIVYl S FIRST TWE I ..YEARS pa.l Miin., December 19, 1922.. . Daily Pioneer Press carries across the eight columns of aro_ ast follows: ta Pthern dividend reduc ias depresing effect on rail shares. few months Great e pas has taken ouite a fall S int around the nine r •ov Gventy-six and five eat eeda on the stock market. t eorthern has paid divi since 1880, and since 1898 has i per cent dividend continu even through the lean years and ,nve* By curtailing opera 9panidurg the depression in in es20 and 1921 they came h and earned the 7 per cent di dh Now, after one of...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 29 December 1922
THE PRODUCERS NEWS 9APUR OF THZ POPIA Dy , PIT UIPOPL3, PQ 4TMI"WPL Ctfuug 'thin OU' LOOK F3MOU 'OPLELSB . JDLISINiG COMPIANY, PUBLýB B Maktsrd Is lesmid Cl(h Nah, Otober.18, 918, at then Post .5.. at PluatVwesd, MIkpsma, Undr ,hse A* d.E MTch 8, iRYS, CHARLE! U. TAKlR, aditr. mad Mmasew. TFlE ASSOCIA~L~w~TION Qouac, faudhult ad fr'up.h fta? mme Are a t saian no advertised, mad se. VtII os t mso v it I ais ;idf r 7 us promtptly si tq iw bw Asa ts dou * ' or question tube to Umblity od mnay atm whic patrcnises. our advertuisig ..Iulamau. FRIDAY, 1EGNMBEHR 29, 1982 FEDERAL RSERVE BAN Byr CHARIES EDWARD RUSSELL The federal reserve board is the most important body in the United States and one of the most powerful in the world. The supreme court can veto any act of congress and so nullify the will of the people, but it does' this only about twice a year. The federal reserve board comes in contact every day with the living arrangements of a hundred million Americans and can do whatever it...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 29 December 1922
.AN SITS AT ngCIL TABLE TO gE PEACE WITl SOVIET RUSSIA S ashbutn Child Represents --ou~ttry But Has No Vote- m Has Rgepresentatite and seems By PAUL HANNA ated Press Correspondent) (yAder~ t. aAmericatepa sat down K as to make peace at Lu November 21. The American ' Richard Washburn Child, is but he has no vote. Russia's a, Isnet Pasha, the Turk, is icial, but he does have a vote. is modern diplomacy, in which United States suffers a great dis tage in this encounter with the of Russia. neong dispatches here it is freely tted that Turkey, reborn from ashes of defeat and firmly de ding her independence of the estern powers, is Russia's answer thie policy of isolation imposed up the Slavs since 1917. Russian rsth ammunition, inspiration and tegy produced the Turkish come Sand the demands made by Ismet ha at Lausanne are demands pre in conference with Moscow. Native and foreign diplomats at shington are s.r&ing today that the place to argue against Turkish ands is not at Lausanne or...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 29 December 1922
Y " Kr_ .ert !r 1 fir .. III . 1 4 t ý i3 ý_ .rte A REACTIONARY FOR SUPREME COURT BENCH (From the New Republic) The appointment of Pierce Butler, St. Paul corporation lawyer, as asso ciate justice of the supreme court to fill the vacancy "caused by the resig nation of Justice Day, has created a storm of protest from progressive ele ments in the northwest, where Mr. Butler's record, views and tempera ment are generally well known. No doubt it is typical of Mr. Harding's other appointments for the court. But coming on the heels of a most vigorous protest by the people against the reactionary policies of the present administration, it is almost astonishing-particularly since the appointee is from a state which regis tered the outstanding progressive vic tory of the recent election by electing Henrik Shipstead to the United States senate, running on the Farmer-Labor ticket in opopsition to Senator Frank B. Kellogg, personal friend of the president and one who urged the ap pointment of M...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 29 December 1922
LOCAL NEWS - e>- is Miner' SW * M" gl UNDSTRANDt Olness of Homestead was in ;y ca pitale Saturday. pold Trower was over from Out . drst of the week. e of Reserve was a busi le 0 n entywood Thursday. S illee was a caller in Plen l ~m ledicine Lake Monday. a a a Scobey visitor in -yod Tuesday of this week. t . gay Deisen was down from y Tuesday. Dce Hasse was a Homestead vis ri plentywood Tuesday. County Attorney J. S. Nyquist of co" cunty wai down from Sco Tuesday on legal matters. , DDooley of I)ooley was trans .g business in the county capital fir t of the week. Edwin Nore. of Outlook was a visit Sthe county .at Thursday of this r, John Sandvig, who has been a the hospital h..'e. left for her mae near Archlr "hursday. Baker Nelson i, still in the hospital this city and is gotting along quite ell. John Keller of Raymond was a ,iness visitor here Wednesday and ursday. * , J. C. Skrevseth, a farmer of this dinity, returned Thursday from a rwee eeks tour on the west coast. County Su...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 29 December 1922
SAPIRO URGES COOPS TO CURE FARMERS' ILLS Ceuntry's Foremost Organizer of Mar keting Associations Declarts Move ment Will- Halt Dumping of Pro ducts-Real Root of Troubles. Your American farmer is organiz ing for business, and the accent is on in its literal sense, meaning trade, the "business." I am using the word in its literal sense, meaning trade, commerce. The most popular, infer ence that he is organizing "to get things done" also applies, bytt it" ap plies without any intimation of threat, menace, or radical measures of' any sort. Your American farmer is organizing for business because he has found out that his methods of doing business, as they have been conducted heretofore, are the real cause of his troubles to day ,far beyond any political discrim ination that he may think has existed against him. The co-operative marketing move ment among American farmers -today is purely economic, without any po litical aspects whatsoever, and therein lies a distinction which the general ...