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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 5 December 1919

TABLES THEWPEME hMW UNTIL REGTlON DE TTMER. 1 OUR WASHINGTON LEVTER tic gene as Adjourn- ca iVotedg fiusiness an p t 10e Are Being Jockey Russian Trade Ot er" Jones Brings Af 4jot of Lawlessness to t] gjkWorld Searched for s _...nJohn Burke Is a gan- Johnson Plans C M in primary State--- s fok ,Tells of Labor r n - "Coal" Tele- d pour Into Washington. e ohingii D. C.-Confu- t seigned in the senate cham The treaty with the Lodge s *rations had been beaten a s of the vice president o e rlin overruled. A motion ableethe treaty had carried. .able tent resolution declar of peace between the ed States and Germany had ' offered by Senator Lodge referied to his committee. Then "Mr. President," said 1 ge, "I move that we ad Ad imnmediately, taking the .rase as meanmg that they l go home to bed and come i next morning, the senators ,wed for their hats. lodge finished his motion, .sine die." At once there was a stampede lack into the ioom. Someone jnanded the yeas and nays. '&e rolleall be...

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. — 5 December 1919

* TEY~PDU( DtfS PEOPLES P U!BLtISHING CQMWP Y, :UBLISHER Entered as Second Clas Matter, October 18 1912, t the 'ost office at Plentywood,, Montana, ,Under' the A"ct lbrsicf h II, 199 CHARLES E.: TAYEffI, t cir and Manager. Advertising rates QU Codunmfsictla boolId application. Sttl - be addressed to The scription 1 year ficr advance, $2.00 six 5T w od - months $1.25. ta* Quack, fraudulent and irresponsib~p firms are aot knowingly advertised, and we will take it as a asor 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, December t, 1919 STANDARDIZATION Investigation of the cost of distributing milk in the Twin Cities gives publicity to tlel fact that many wagons run over territory where one is needeI, that large sums go for the expense of soli eiting business, and that some $10,000 salaries are paid.. The farmers get 7.45 cents a quart for milk at the city loading sta ti...

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. — 5 December 1919

LOC AL NE S oge Midby was in town t 1aturday from Midby. en 0. Johnson left Satm orning for Glasgow. IMoe of Archer was a visitor Saturday. B. Funk transacted e3s in Mondak this week. carles McNulty spent sg1vinfg at Medicine Lake. Miss Ethel Lezie was a guest at the Lockwood home Thanks Art Langer made a business trip to Mondak the fore part of the week. Major's five piece orchestra pyed at Whitetail last Satur day night. Rey., t. T. Cookingham of Scobey was a Plentywood visit or Tuesday. Harlow Nelson of the Mondak Abstract force spent Sunday in Plentywood.. peter Nordby, of the Ray ajnd country, was a week end visitof in Plentywood. Mrs. Clair Stoner of Outlook attended the Farm Bureau meeting held here Monday. L. D. Forncrook and family and Miss Minnie Sommers spent Thaksgiving at the Bewick home. Leonard A. Brown, a promin ent attorney of Froid transact ed business here Wednesday of this week. Miss Gina Thompson returned Friday from Scobey, where she spent Thanksgiving at the E...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 5 December 1919

Iteresting Coamty Items Fr.. Our Exchanges and Readers SCOBBY Dave Monson has gone east and will spend the winter months at his old home in Minnesota. Ralph Grengard has been spend ing the week at his home in Willis ton. J. F. Redmond of Mondak was a business visitor in the Big End town on Monday. Frank Manternach and the Chel gren Brothers were in town Wednes day afternoon. Wesley Howard of West Fork was trading with local merchants on Wed nesday of this week. H. O. Stenpheim of Plentywood spent a part of the week in this city in the interests of the Sheridan Coun ty State Bank. M. M. Hanson of Williston spent a portion of this week in Scobey, look ing after business interests here. County Surveyor.C. E. Coryell was up from Plentywood the fore part of the week on matters in connection with his office. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Humbert and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Humbert were in from the farm the fore part of the week. Mrs. E. R. Dodds left Monday for New Rockford, North Dakota, the home of ...

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. — 5 December 1919

ROUNDUP sylm ed from Page Six) the rD., - his week, and will lat- ente to b Mnw' tj .ihs where he will the e . ad)r hi een instal Ae e tr W Elevattr, ai;) we ve Sth avirg all lay -ervice fromi C s loa e at Homestead. re t i. finij;hed hauling 1rav- T gorge t'e v. of Homestc!d n the h last ek, and ~'~h w ,iz .rk- wh-ch Sonwee n1,n :i il. weC tave a good suct dtofte onqua Cemosts was checked in as cool x'. Clm pbee last week. Arth- sp 0: t t - fmer agen. goe to .Endt I vCl: -a. r- the agent here and has just been St :a'rged from the arriY. wh4 COMERTOWN MnJrew Vogt threshed his flax last en rift -wil A number from Doo.ey attenfdeda ; le hero saturday night. . oeBergan of Armorose, N.w .i visiting her ý. l ,ter, M rs. W in . P Ale St. Arncd<L and son Rennie tended servies at 1)oo'e'- Satur- of wlh SC om 14t li-t week Wed- gr4 a O ce''n, t w.ork in the coI ffier ,mp for tae w ter en r~esdss am. r . t 2e r and F. J. vil ane I s1 V ir.iria taen Souse visitedl t jhe St. Ariietud :ome g1...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 5 December 1919

as~ tI x". IL ti.1 Inl a L sof iri 1917 - that t - 'y need say lina~ . a prihe~~nes tls97ne .eas hown hiT e his teJh See d, .m1to pier cent. Me was wA i*9 In 1 e_ wer res et Wilson other foes of pro i 14'.W were ,at wa1. V ittoy oon how did tey have the to ask 'w the rsto sxtin ue at them old wages fronm euriotie duty? h An& bho can they now take the f staaid tey have against the j men and for the a Suziy it takes rare M ies to t be apolitician these days. 1bTh greatest parade in the t history of 'evw York City marched throogh its streets on November A4. It wast piquss. " sion of. 100,00 Jews" dred it a mornn who were protesting In against maw oeaJem in fo Ukrania. Nearly 25,OOG re. It turned soldiers and sailors of at that race helped swul the pro- th ceeson as it tnarched to an cd to Heew funeral dirge' AI Jew- pr iah~ of business intke r Jewish city of the widiI were losed. do +r y absa ok t t h ,r A ,!s %at cittoleanmtii rMs ' the I*lnnoant it ssu. -4wn no t1~ :. 1 dt's :f-h...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 12 December 1919

A AOUTPOKP P ,OR TRE vlME 2 ~~~TWD I I U I IL 'E WEEK ,ou..1, Sh )1w". Hit Safety in l ing t Difikulut iu Regulation The Toledo Traction Trick A G Word from Taft Czech -w S g Would Go Home reste, ult rv shippers are suf Wes n the New York market by con of rn:mbination of distribu trs, to the Chicago Pack tr, e;Lina ion is alleged to ,v heke prices clown from 27 to ha ceknI 1 coinnman run of stock to ;l and 22 cents within a week. At the same time the retailers were of feng the fowls bought at these low prices toG ;S to 42 cents to the con pnce As rouc h as 1,200 per car uas los l.Wy some western shippers of live poultry by the sudden market raid. The Chic.ro Packer, which is a meSt coCnervativ0 paper, suggests that the time i'- ripe for an investi ation. Perhaps there is a golden pportuniy br re for the government's profiteer houns, who are always on the scent but never appear to get. any genie up tyhe tree. It is sate: v, fly from New York to Chicrgo than from New York to Washingto...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 12 December 1919

FROID SCHOOL PLAY "DEACON DUBBS" Rural Comedy Dramna In Three Acts to Be Staged at Bon Ton Theatre. Play Last Two and Quarter Hours. Tre school play which has been un der rehearsal for the past two weeks will be staged Saturday night, De cember 13th at the Bon Ton Theatre, commencing at 7:30 sharp in order to not interfere with the dance which will follow the play. "Deacon Dubbs" is a rural comedy drama in three acts and full of inter est and good wholesome fun from start to finish. Prof. Morrison has worked hard and devoted a great deal of time during the evenings to make the affair a success. Persons in the Play DEACON DUBBS (from Sorghum Center, West Virginny)........ AMOS.......... Ralph Shoemaker AMOS COLEMAN (His Nephew, a Young Lawyer)......Richard Kainps RAWON CRAWLEY (A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing)...........Wm. Swails MAJOR McNUTT (Auctioneer and Justice-of-Peace) ....Stephen Sleight DEUTERONOMY JONES (A Coiun ty Product) ...................Walter Scott ROSE RALDIGI (The ` ra...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 12 December 1919

SjlENT MUST MOVE FIRSf OR TE VILL TAB LE PEACE TREATY LRg WASHINGTON LETTER Cpr cher Would Tackle Do er hl~rfli'm First - Record rWitcwth Treaty Speeches-Nor Fi i Platform Like That of ,e&3 j Leau - Ukrainians jofl lij)j h tioination-A Min ljrott>t e V) Whout the Law aI1L Co n Mine Promises. gshiflet r I--(ongress came fi- t on Monday, and Fii i. strong enough :.I' fight for the * aV be that the t of the league , Occupy the time ek1 or months. aoreement to .1e. Wilson him w atackthe i11 proceed to I aomestic prob ,. as the coal aenue and the :8 the Con heen appear '' been made thosn deliver e clo-cing days of -(0on of these i~ of their re aine re convinc cnishing; all of iFr tne import ' s.i rnd for the -'" : current his zrL wericans will in rljection of the 0 eord for No _ che; by Bor I Ltah, Reed of 1 F iette of Wis th t"e treaty. King, proposes to I'.. hich estab -na' bureau of la .: n F. B h recites the n wl in the treaty, Ret. lied (11s F'0 t te president's Su'ea xvent ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 12 December 1919

TH E'RODUCERS SEWS PAPER OF TW L&, BY THE PEOPLE, FOR ¶'8E FUOPI* Cottiag the OUTLOOK PROMQ7.R - PEOPLES PI!W.ISHING -COMPANY, PUBLIJ8ER Entered as Secoim[ Class liatter; October 18, 1)12, at the Port= oftle at Plentywood, Montina, Und-t he Act of,, tah $, 28T9. __ - CHARLES E. 'AYLOX, Editor and Manager. Advertising rates on Communication should appli ca tio n. Sub- be addressed to The scription 1 year- in Producers News, Box advance, $2.00 six 587, Plentywood, Mon months $1.25._ ._.". tana. Quack, fraudulent and irresponsible firms are not knowingly' advertised, and we will take it as a 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, DECEMBER 12, 1919 COR YELL AND MATKINS AGAIN GO TO JUDGE R Ask Judge Comer As Ex-H(iicio Auditor to Audit Claims ffr 20 Cents Per Mile Actual Expense. OFFiCERS PAY FOR CAR EACH YEAR The claims of Jud Matkin and C. E. Coryell wh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 12 December 1919

LOCAL NE.s ibbof Reserve spent -ov da here~ y h rr.es C h ristian sen retu rn ed fro m Sunda * .ineline of Minot transacted in our city Wednesday. g. Gottlieb of Antelope has plentywood visitor this week. ernard A. Quinn started work in Clerk and Recorders office Mon alma Helland returned to Madoc 3y after taking the examinations Erie Dahing, the Burroughs Add machine man, has been in town past week. * * ý. Harry Johnson has been quite the past week, but at this writing convalescing. 31r. and Mrs. Berr. Stephens of tbook attended the masquerade '1 here Saturday night. Mjiss Vera Melchow, who teaches Falaxa school, was an over Sun guest at the Duffy home. Fred Ibsen, Art Langer and F. J. shbeck returned from the Shrine vention at Helena Sunday. ath! Get Ready! The Stage Is Set! A death blow o the common enemy,te Cof The Bg CLOSE OUT Sale Crowds so thick we couldn't get near the centers to handle the people. We were sim'lyswamped the first days of this Sale. Never in the history of Sh...

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. — 12 December 1919

COUNTY ROUNDUP Interesting County Items From Our Exchanges and Readers SCOBEY A. I. Jones of Julian.was a shop per in town Saturday afternoon. Sheriff Jack Bennett was up froni Plentywood the first of the week. George Cudhie spent the Thanks giving holidays at his home in this city. Walter Truax of Truax Brothers was in from the farm the forepart of the week. The Carl Cole family have moved into the John A. Davis residence on Daniels street. Born, Tuesday. December 2nd, to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Epler of Peerless, a nine pound boy. Attorney Thomas F. Clifford at tended to legal business in district court at Plentywood Thursday. District Manager Geo. Schum was looking after the interests of the telephone company in this city the fore part of the week. Pete Karsrud and Gul Smith of this city are in Helena this week at tenuding the gathering of Montana .j irn Wheelcr returrned last Satur day from a tip to various points in the westein pact of the state. Born, Wednesday, December 3rd, to Mr...

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. — 12 December 1919

UNTY ROUNDUP (COnltinued from Page Sh) Flaxville r Gray was a passenger o Plrfe sod this (Thursday) mormbg. lentIt J. Cookingham of Scobey is business visitor in our city to dayert Miller from south of 'towk a business caller in Plentywood F'Y Effie Lund, teacher of the in eiate grades went this morning SPlentY~~w senlig Mrs. Henry Moulden is spending a few with her sister who lives on the r&Le Mars. W. A. Clark are the nnt of a baby born Wed dpar cember, weight seven p° Plasnel, propreitor of the Grill Cafe, a business visitor at Sco baey ast week. He returned .home bey iving morning. able Thayer of Madoc stopped in F1vi1le a short time Sunday after eon route to her home, after soonding Thanksgiving with her brother at Navajo. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Roland Phelps, an eight pound baby girl, shelps, November 30. Mr. and Mrs. Phelps live? 2i miles south on the res ervatiofl Dir Hi~l v. ho has been visiting for MrsW time v xith her daughter, Mrs. *. lIe t this morning for Min nesota...

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. — 12 December 1919

~ETTER r 1 r Winter; ICiecrar cee Sal All the Year Around Our Prices are Low, Honest Prices. But Now There ls An Honest Reason Why We Have "Reduced" Our Prices. We Would Rather Sell the Winter Goods We Have Left Over For Much Less Than Keep Them a Whole Year. We Still Have a Big Stock of Splendid Winter Goods; But We Won't Have Them Long. Our "Reduced" Prices liSoon Move Them Out of Our Store. You Yet Have a Long Time to Use x Enjoy Our Nice, Warr, Winter Things. Come In. The Sooner You Co the Better the Picking. We are aware that cro were not good and money is scarce, but we must have food and clothing and it is natural for one to stretch the dollar as far as i will io. We are in a position to offer staple up-to-date and reliable goods way below the present wholesale price. Every aride h tr ilb akddw n sold at a discount whether quoted in the list or not. Look over the items and corn e rices. Sale starts M'nday, Dec.15, e ds Jan. 1 SHOES SHOES SHOES GROCERIES GROCERIES MEN'S FURNIS...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 19 December 1919

. .s A PAP ER 4,-, tfl~WAN =*bit- n 4j s { ;- Te ý RAMi.; ·SiIEiM·i 4 f -- i I'. ·iir t s ,j a tei c-.4 I- "IIIt~- -~ ty -o l lwi a4- ; r St oy Laie Farmers From al Oylw Relative to Issuing Seed Gauin.~ & _d Represented-J d---"Ju Mt r l URLD R Didn't Sho UpI. ACULAR DISPLAY OF FIRE -e long waited for report t Boage of Butte has a oith County Attorney Gun- ci qty Auditor O'Grady and l of County Commissioners. C a great joke with Commis . who the report shows aWsa with great hunks of 's money-its awfully fun- t; it seemed that way as n and another promin- ti laughted and giggle over 0 the table in the commission- k the other day. b a great joke, this getting P the people's money-it is s comedy. Almost equal t hit in the eye with a saltC , or the robbing of a national t However, in this case jimmy d aen to be prominent poli- d mad of course there is no law I gentlemen. The supreme I rouarse can do no wrong. the expert accountant, al- t he had found nothing and t an expense to the c...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 19 December 1919

.......as..ss.. .s... ,P . .-...-. Sheridan County Flax Display at 1919 Montana State Fair. CAREFUL selection of pure, resista:t flax seed has given northeastern Montana flax growers a variety superior to ordinary seed under Mon tana conditions, and where planted with proper attention to time of seeding, and seed bed jprepa'afion, is more profitable from the standpoint of value and yield. This is th: N. D. R. 52, largely grown in Sheridan county, and which played a considerable part in Sheridan county's flax winnings at the State fair this year. Indications are that flax wil ay be heavily 1own in Monta next spring, so the question of a pure seed supply is timely and important. In several counties the farm ureausre, foreseing the coming demand for flax seed, has given northeastern tarted countrywide wofax to see that no flax that is suitable for seedon permitted to leave the stnte this fall or winter. Seed that is frosted, or toul with weed seeds, can be sold to crushers without loss...

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. — 19 December 1919

AjTORS CA ON MlMMY gIORT HMP COUPý URIlWASHINGTON LE?¶IER ,~,1and Hitchocak Ends T"alk. i of alr-. Office Vacant---Secr SfDeclarin to Resign if Wilson ] tarY Not anprove His Coal Settle- 4 poe . ot lrding Growth of Par- I en`t' :orced on Congress By cell Post ...nes With Gardens In daer0f 'lenements Advised for stead o k lad .any Join Organiz Oit .er in Fight on Packing ed Farer" Trust. - ; T. C.-President Wil ,`ashin:g , !by Senators Fall gio dic' 'en thev gain admit tcho lt'-" chamber, to be in ance to . , his mental facul full poe p hyx ically very weak, ties. ut ably remain an in w will Pr remnainder of his valid Idurn i%-. t House. It was be a3 'in ~ t siical weakness, and case ' r" . rting his mind as n the (ho' body, that Doctor to t-en(t, :retary" of State Lan Uira-n " -tionng the Mexican int r \\ il.on d.uring the cri Sai ' : n~ up to what looked . i c ',e war. ike tihe i. determined by the re One tihe .,, enators-there will pr iactin in the senate to declare i fol . ', vac...

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. — 19 December 1919

-60 sariptiomn months $lufv,~ :uS . Quack, ad iurrespomibe' im rae l advertised, lti wi it i i i a fv a fio i sa us promsptly hae ocaler to .mbL) se i the re SFRIIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1919 The writings of Looney Lundberg, the space killer on, the Poisneer Press,iar inds us of the song about the schoolmam who was chasing theel round the room whom while chasing the boy round the room, ws chasing the boy round the room. They say there is no fool .ie the damphool who does not know just how damphoolish he Ir.s Looney could make his fortune by joining a circus and playizng the part of "Jojo, the dogfaced tioy." Little Joe is now going to have the supreme court of the State of Montana confirnit the decision of the Judge in the Twentieth Judicial District, =n the Primary swindle case. Joe must still have some of the swag left that he doesn't know what to do with. Little Joe, we see your finish, littleJoe, goodl ye. Some editors are playing up the dope to incite war with Mexico, veidently beitg...

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. — 19 December 1919

:t. ýr ; -W-..Thurs- Y. 1 -- . .• .: • Rader of Raymond was a .tt.yood visitor Monday. o,.. "cking of Glasgo't . n bue ess here last week. Crs. Frank L. Houston of Mondak i isiting friends here this week. mtY u. Munson assumed her du te assistant postmaster Monday. Kev. IKjer of Orville. conducted Lutheran hl .vices here Snnday evea ijg. * * E. M. (Carney has resi_ aed his posi tip in the Clerk and Rtecorder's of ice. * . john eErick!,",n, from the Beisecker wheat .,ch, is in town for a few days ·: * . Wlto. of Williston was hat t(;r: . !,hr:tiess matters here last .. nm,,:nan of Mladoc trans S:here Tuesday of last Si B. K. O'Grady has , . :I : her home the past *. ;S_._ , .... Christiansen attended : Williston Friday, re l ainess' of Scobey spent 1,:. .~Sunday here while en * ** S.tani and, brother from 'o;i-;t,~, '. were in Plentywood this week (in bu sinc.* Br*. Billy Davis of Scobey was a guest at the Gustafson home the fore ,art of the .-eek. M;'. and Mrs. L. V. Lockwood left T...

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. — 19 December 1919

Interesting Couant Items Fre Our Exchanges ad, Readers MnELROY Mrs. Nile Miller is helping wait on customers at the Nelson & Sannerud store at Westby during their sale. John Espeland spent Sunday and Monday last Visiting Art Iverson. Albert Mayhew has purchased a new shotgun with the intention of protecting his trees from the jack rabbits. The Lutheran Ladies' Aid of Mc Elroy met with Mrs. A. W. Over gard yesterday. John Nelson and family left for Minot Saturday. They plan on stay ing one week. Charley Ebehling has completed his well. It is twenty feet deep and contains six feet of water. The local school is working up a program for the close of the fall term. The teacher, Miss Stageberg, took in the teachers' examination at P!cntywood last week. "Arthur Non of U Berland, Canada, drove through th;s place with a load of coal last Thursday. Medicine Lake George Borley has a large force of men at work putting up ice this week. Born-To Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Gormley, on Sunday, December...

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