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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 13 August 1920

HARDING'S RECORD OF REACTION "Official Truth About Hard ing," Tears Mask Off From That Gentleman's Records, By Giving a Complete Re cord of His Votes in the Senate. IS A TORY AND A THIRD RATER By Laurence Todd, Staff Correspondent, Federated Press Washington, (Wn. Bureau)-In his unconscious humorous "Suggestions for Public Utterances and Interviews Relative to Harding and Coolidge," Will Hays, chairman of the G. O. P. campaign, says: "Harding's whole po litical life is a clean record of splen did service in the interests of the people. Harding has never been aligned against the interests of the people. He has always fought for and voted for the interests of the peo ple." Bearing this in mind, voters will scan with confident enthusiasm the "Official Truth About Harding, pub lished by The Searchlight, as the re sult of a detailed study of the actual record of Warren Gamaliol Harding during six years in the Senate of the United States. Summed up, the study of official re cords shows: H...

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 August 1920

THE PRODUCERS NEWS PIAPER OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE Continuing the OUTLOOK PROMOTER PEOPLES PUBLISHING COMPANY, PUBLISHIER Entered a- Second Class Matter, October 18, 1912, at the Post omefre at PI' ntywood, Montana, Undo. the Act of March 3, 1879. <'HARLES E. TAYLOR. Editor and Manager. .\ertising rates on Communication should a p p I i ca t io n. Sub- be addressed to The .cription I year in P'roducers News, Box Advance $3.00 six 587. Plentywood. Mon months $1.50 tana. 'TIm.LAMERICANPR( .5,A'iSC-I. TION, Quack, fraudulent and i respon ible firms are not knowingly a,:vr;tised, and we will take it a; :L Ilvor if any reader will adv.i:i u. promptly should they have occa, io! to doubt or question the re liability of any tirm which patra,,,,.s ,,tor advertising column.. FRID)AY, AUGUST 13, 1920 rSTANGELAND, CANDIDATE FOR JUDGE The only objection that the "Old Sheridan Loot Gang" car advance against A. W. Stangeland, League and Labor Candidati for Judge, is that "he...

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 August 1920

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Publication Title: Producers News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 13 August 1920

110 ITT mb~w wer prt et a fet wek to hetr hems as 1rams. N It. afte r ue g the Vast ~ ac od t so Mere with wetm ll, Ittaar retnaedto thn ef the Heaterpt w f t a .reek after as AbtA see QE atw t i mlbsý Ub ºr .i ahvia ea a . t h hrip. aet 3_ a_ Ca .v mA w`ý a! hess l-e H he re& aie ga4 ee nar k c at Ow L Jea-rs mmwq. .m--r &m sb. Atth Are C. asi rt er or3stheI inE wý a iaitsr ttera thel ai ywstsa tise U4W hess beu he the cith Syaii lt~r, flba a SWrew ofL tUe .rek wX TrID4 emA.r A itef irn the fa V zitvr,u w ere '4 hoc valCets& wit pr ý hvu-ks the W&M rs& Clthe wtee .-i v ..C.lbve; Thw i l H & left Mum, . Ivr f "' aheri , mw itr h art , aa C1*~lr Ih~ h e ~utt b *C "' mttma Wti after harves__ t w ititbr wty watt 'X lout Mr-. tawate tleptug~e. r- ut the 3Iarhe fayrma. satk ax-z the poedt of a hllbks c :tent rndt rhe jrrivei at their hnomr va 3aIr~Ieý& of tha- ayk. ir rar r etmrarmt to Wala-t rn 'lIv ;Ur rirut \vvt Where te st.- em - ar t h: ruu Fouw after spe...

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 August 1920

County Roundup (Continued from Page Six) A heavy rain accompanied by a terrific hail storm struck the country northwest of Scobey last Sunday af ternoon, the hail doing a vast amount of damage. The rain will greatly benefit gardens and some of the late sown grain. Dr. J. S. Geiser and son Edmund left Sunday for North River. Va., to join Mrs. Geiser and two children who have been visiting with her parents for the east two months. Dr. Geiser and family expect to return to Froid about September 3rd. Adjusters of the Western Adjust ment Bureau of Great Falls, and sev eral other companies were here this week, making settlement with those of the community who suffered hail losses. From what we understand satisfactory settlement was made with everybody. Prof. J. Stewart Morrison, who had charge of the Froid school last year and was elected again for the coming school year, has resigned and his res ignation has been accepted by the Board. The principal and balance of the teachers will be hi...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 13 August 1920

"A W.' STANGELAND FOR DITRICT JUDGE (Continued From Page One) A. W. Stangeland is a member of the Sons of Norway, ,of Butte and a member of the Scandinavian Fraternity of the same city, of which order he is the Chairman of the Board of Trustees and is an honored and respected member. Mr. Stangeland is a progressive of a pronounced type and is and has been all of his life, in sympathy with and o sup porter of the principles set forth in the program of the Non partisan League and the Montana Labor League. And as lawyers who are in sympathy with the program )f the Nonpartisan League and the Montama Labor League .are scarce, it was quite natural that Attorney Stangeland was en dorsed by the Farmer-Labor League for Judge. Attorney Stangeland has been often confused with his brother, Dr. Charles Emil Stangeland, Ph. D.. who was Edu cational Expert of North Dakota, being appointed to that po. sition by the Educational Board of the State of North Dakota and was for some time at the head of ...

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 August 1920

PAT, AUG. 24! V eI Se 1THE PR(NW S JS K SW<uned byte lumn , Suppotta N-P L mm.sg V elamn. Nmb ol, I Io. ll l l ,, r. it~ - - Wl Ford and McDowell Forces Unice Aait B Wheeer Supreme Court Calls Halt on Judge Comer In One of the Most Remarkable Decision Ever Delivered By Any Supreme Court, the Montana Judges Step Outside of the Records of the Dolin vs. Major Case to Halt Comer in His Illegal Career. Comer's Impudence In Certiori Case Ordered the Coryell Claims Paid After an Illegal Audit, After County Attorney Gunther Had Filed Notice of Appeal- An Impudently Illegal Act for Which He Should Have Been Impeached. Comer Now Claims to be Fair The Supreme Court of the state of Montana has called a halt on the illegal blunderings and career of C. E. Comer in one of the most remarkable decisions ever rendered in any supreme court in America and that decision was unanimous, being signed by all five judges. In this case- theDolin vs. Major Mandamus case-in which Dolin tried to mandamus Majo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 20 August 1920

NEUTRALITY ON EUROPEAN AFFAIRS ANNOUNCED BY STATE DEPARTMENT WASHINGTON LETTER Washington, D. C.-Formal notice to England that .hould the Polish situation result in a new European war, America would take no part, probably means peace for us until after the next election at least. Inasmuch as western Europe would be dependent upon the United States for financing the war against fRussia as well as furnishing fighting trroou, this p ubably means in turn that oill, France and England will avodii a .enral war evern at the sarri(iC' of the Polish hutFer state. In El;ngland such a palicy i '.lade the more necessary iby the oppisitin of lhn,!ish labor to the imiveni'nt f troops. And aside frlom the iaid O far -'iven to Poland hb the ail-idl n: ttons. which is far treater th,t'i lthe gen. r'l public sup-;o- ss, the ..te,',n - est action taken so sar is tile re newal of the bltckad,,. Hot ýaiue the. lhock:hle ha, never , !,ally lif ud. tiiis- abandlonment t inegiotiatlonl, lto lift it can har...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 20 August 1920

TlE WEll Cral Explaims Wilea a Fallre Arehahap MNamix Derver Riaet RuImla' Pace Terms laila Pler is llmeMa League and labor forces have de cided to Nun an independent ticket is Minnemota for the fall capaign. He..rk Shipatead, George Malon and Thomas S en who ran for the Re puuiwwen nomination for goveror. lieutenat governor and attorney gen eral, respectively, in the primaries, will un again. The decision to have an independent ticket is forced pri maly by the evident unwillingness of the man asked to head the FPamer Labor party ticket to withdraw in far or of Shipstead, but is also has the advantage of not tying the state cm ar up definitely with the national rmr-Labor party formed recently at Chicago. It is expected that those placed on the Farmer-Labor ticket in Minnesota, who have shown hesitancy in withdrawing, will do so before the fall campaign opens. Under Minnesota statutes candi dates for the legislature run without party designation and hence having the state ticket with...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 20 August 1920

THE PRODUCERS NEWS IAPFR OF THE ISOPM BY TIE VI6b0PR Bft TM V4PI S Coitinmui the 01 LO1c i1'3SI U --- r rnPIES ,I(B1,1;Rq WC tY1 '?1ý1', P a'It1N11 ___ En~-re" a-c Secondl c~ls:, Mattler, ((º.ath ·1r I'. ]912. at tat Poo-~ nil.'. at 1': , tyndood. MWata. T'mho, the pAct of rnrai, A. CIlIAR1El". F. TAYLOTR. Edito.1 and 11naj.+ 1TI-I"' A\1WRICANPtt AS IA!C1 .ah.li·~l yof'ay im hih ngt.. ,11 od',.h~ri nrsio# I~tII~ i. Quack, fraudulcnt and hr .'o. .~p) ihl II fir'm nue nrot i'o.I nfil ai., tlsed, and we VI1 takC it as a f'avor if any rand,'i' vill adwhs'. u: promptly should thew have ,',e.'nion to dI..uht 0r (IO,?5tift1 the re labRlity of any firm wh2ich) patr""n ;, 'ul tm~r'ing cniu11,11,. WHY THE FARMERS VOTE FOR STAi .lAlDa There is a very good reason, in fact. there are several gond reasons, why the famners and laborers are going to vote solidil" for A. \V. Stangeland for judge of the District Court of the 'Pwln tieth Judicial District. First, they remember the decision that Judge ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 20 August 1920

LOCAL NEWS Don't forget the date of the Primaries, Tuaeday, August 24th. Weil Stick, We'll Win. Mrs. Wm. Best and family of Ray mond. spent Friday in this eity at the Garner home. J. W. McKee returned the middle of the week from a several weeks busi ness trip at eastern points. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Peter O. Fiske on Tuesday, August 10th, 1920. Mother and child are do ing nicely. Deputy Sheriff Harold F;eetham ac companied by Deputy County rteas urer R. J. Sunderhauf mnadl a business trip to Medicine Lake Tuesday. Mrs. M. B. Milligan of Mondak ar rived in this city Thursday and will visit at the Milligan residence in this city for a few days. FOR SALE OR RENT--Good level one-half section land, 270 acres un der cultivation, 8 miles N. E. of Out look, GRACE E. KUHN. 19-it '. of. awni Mrs. Frank I.. II.,u~tn,, of Mondak were a:t,' hir;r t, bu-inc-s rnatters and' rene'-llng acwualntal. sc :: Lnis city ,'.e latte, part ,If la.t week. B. D. Fridley and family and Ed. Kjelstrup an...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 20 August 1920

COUNTY ROUNDUP Interetng Itpmin from Our Exchanges and Staff Writers MEDICINE LAKE Joseph Slater has returned from Belcourt, N. D., where he has been for a few months. C. J. Poe, pioneer druggist of this city, autoed to Froid on business Wednesday evening. Miss Hazel Mead was down from Anelope Thursday on a business trip and made short calls on friends. E. G. Peterson, proprietor of the Lake Cash Store, was up to Reserve on business Thursday. Mrs. J. F. Dolin, Mrs. Gustafson and Mrs. Fishbeck of Plentywood were picking cherries out at the sand haills Thursday. The Lawrence family were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ben son, about four miles northeast of here Sunday. Mr. John Powers of Havana, N. D., is here this week as guest of his son Edward, cashier of the First State Bank. Mark, a young son of Mr. and Mrs. Emeet Gormley, fell off a horse he wa" riding and had his arm severely injured one day this week. Mr.s. T. J. Merregan, Mrs. i. Rear er and Mr. John Bellwey are here f...

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 August 1920

CONSERVATION PLAN PRAISED Calls Lignite Coal Project Ap plication of "Fundamental Conservation Principle." Harry A. Slattery. whose tribute to the esselltill soundiness of the Non partisan Leagulles' policy with refer ence to state development of Ilttlral resouIrces is printed below. is one of the most potent individuals in Anleri ctan public life. For ten years andll more he has stood between the lanId grabbers, the coal-grabbers and Ihe power-gr.btthers on the ote htand antid the pIup.' of the Unite!d S.ites on the other. fighting a dlily aittle to .irotect stoue $(50,4i)),t)(4),hi() of plubilei rs:k.ure''s rolll the ttiut: rSlltg attnt(lks of thtese s~'Il ltripvilhrcie ilnterests. |.'ior I te yea.irs. us secret.tdry of tIIh Nil tlonal Ctonsitervation ttsoelititott. of 1\ hiclth (iford Pinchot is presihent. Mr' lutltery has met the .speci-tl in-iu t.'.est . ollllllls land oll . ~'><ltlPHn alnd abinett ofl'itid-s and ordinary ;ll. Ihd? sts ill %V;ishllgll tt)l. na h;I.. ias, ...

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. — 20 August 1920

supme Court calls Halt on Judge Comier dati was pwasset d rw ai N aatj w t"mI ma hsu sqr amA dwh atd tR ie !atess. Me tuhtmud e taume t ue m w Iwe t ae s "I-e ta a mIandames Ma.I h 1 r srIlr i.m1 a h 1s l eI ham eealt ib CaUmer tr am T $* - d" at t anda Bor rDlia a. . - =ax =s In th s c te tat is dats a (uar eel! 'dt h ' and desereem us anda se ttmeraende dat s e +Sqmmnt and kest atrue da thheta alenat I a mmaam dm. Iad - that there s ks t ame.e $r a 4rnet gaqtsmi as thae A tirs V p rthe same wa. New i this deriiei Othe Jaes at rthae 5.e1w (eant deid a awM0t aEle tMhle R They had sT e Mlas the jsi al smtt TAT .ape (rtner w1~s tryina toa da, in a lea m t as 'temea amrdbr mandr mar and mtenw4 pam lesre, ota th was TpEat tAr e Bern anF H mentAwtm ha ~ -eestm county, as diclsed aei a the va me sierde amwenuet hehaee than in the OeAtieri CaSen uedh 's =Z11 d a. fe di Zesas;sm eta a (E t erO- tYiu , and in the ditetem at the m at ithe aeA ay dhare. they s out and awu fma tee msag.r teae a...

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. — 27 August 1920

77. III A' t '· : . . < ":' ... v ~ \,,` ,+ - a ,d ' . . '. . . . t f''+ý.. f.- ... l ` . t + ..... !pht l . ý`< , '-'.*; ' n '.L ... ''ll... . RDI PRO KITD'B U'j;."ý 'Si 1pr dw h :I· y Y l I e " r * WiAu 1pn, , . . . Volume 3,-Number • . . . . . a , .. _ , . . . . , . , . . , . . . . ., . . Forces of Democrat. Go "Over the Top" Burton K. Wheeler, With Ejlire vIeague Endorsed Ticket Nominated; Anaconda Mini Company, Cursed b Bood of Innocent Workers, Spilled on Anaconda Hill that Bloody April Wednesday by the Company's Thugs, Goes Down to Heaven Sent Defeat, First in that Frightful Reptile's Monstrous Career; -People's Victory Overwhelming LEAGUE VICTORY IN SIRIDANCOlN TY OVERWHIELMING Farmers Nominate Entire Ticket By se Majori.tes As to 'Foretel Couiete Victory Next Fall-Democratic Vote Twice as Large as Republicans in Sheridan County. COMER DQI3T 4 TO 1 The Farmers victory in Sheri dan county was overwhelming, indicating that the farmers stuck as they never stuck before. Th...

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. — 27 August 1920

i .ASIHINCTON LETTER ATrrITUDE OF FARM B UREAU FARMER BRINGS NEAR -PANIC TO PRIVILEGE Organization Supposed to Do Nothing Alarms Profiteers With Mild Talk-Campaign Fund Neeeds Reconciles Doremus and Wilson Machine-Lack of Houses Agitates New York State -Hungarian White Guard Representative Leaves Washing ton-A Year of First Class Work Needed to Restore Rail Service-Woman Runs for Senatorship in Nevada. * Washington, D. C.-Doctor Ladd's report to the people of the Northwest that the aFrm Bureau federation is going to tackle the job of ridding th country of the useless middleman, either through co-operatives on a tre nendous scale or by the North Dako ta method of state ownership of mar keting facilities, has created a near panic in lobbying circles in the na tional capital. Here the Faarm Bureau federation has been supposed to be a wholly or namental and standpat body, created in many places by the active aid of chambers of commerce for the pur pose of preventing the farmers from fal...

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 August 1920

THE WEER Reperve Bauks Play With Market Men Reaoualtion of General Lloyd George Scolds Labor Labor's Money, for North Dakota Wine Grape Raiers Presper Were Northanen i Minneseta? Notice by the federal reserve bank to the effect that rural loans will have to be cleaned up directly after harvest ought to be a great eye-opener on the relation between business and ol ties. Bankers and press writers he some nice reasons ready for the ac tlon. One has to have a little selling talk to sell things these days. But the fundamental reason is this: Northwest farmers are likely to hold back their crops a little more then usual this year. They have done a lot of thinking on the monthly trend of prices. The big speculators, on the other hand, want the stuff rushde on the market and they know that they can create toh rush if they can get the banks to cull the loans. They have always succeeded in this before through connections with the big cen tral banks and many local banks. But now we have the fe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 27 August 1920

N HE PRODUCERS NEWS tAi'tR tbF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, VOR - PEOPLE Coatinui g the OUTLOOK PROMOTER PEOPLlS ,U LISHIiNG COMPANY, PUBLISHER Entered as Secead Class Matter, October 18, 1912, at the Post ofMee at Plcntywood, bMontana, Undoe the Act of March 3. 1879. CHARIES E. TAYLOR, Editor and Manager. Adlvertisihg rates on Communication should application.. iSub. be addressed to The scription 1 year In Producers News, Box Advance $8.00 six 687, Plentywood, Mon months $1.50 tans. Foreipn AdvertiHlng Representative T.HEAMlERICANPRESS ASSOCIATIONJ Quack, 4audulent and itrespon:ible firms are not knowingly advectised, 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, AUGUST 27, 1920 MODERN "MEDICINE MAN!" Ever since the days of primeval man the human race has felt the need of "medicine men," soothsayers and other supposed supernaturally endo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 27 August 1920

ILOIAL NEWS Iwoft owq.M m y um .m Ziia - AL N U wmm akd *-* Oad~rl 1~a tt ~k Ze ft - m wI y %aw *h-b wak. W law was tt = - ~ - -= . -.brs z - w-nk a~m Ur aw air MIS, am; raft tk % wr, rsX lmr aeý6uec a . bwmx " ak ý- ý ur Yr~ &IF arLL;1 laý .aaaý ý sr a i w h hh Qa ciff~t~ uE ~"iVI8JPP and:8 as *I* -an U k Pemt rlt %svwb~b~ r z:ýýemir6= terl wn..^eec i wtwa kei &A, Dank Smo fFP ;r e : a a tasw F.as~ tip C..A t m. " ar is ip-- a r-pe be. "I~ at h ra e t t b u pa .t vas P~CE~fE C~~p bY ~lBBL It aS 1 -1 1 WL an aviki ;ei W ma a ho.im Iomt %W- a kno- alo ft ~it~ ~F. ~L~ -a- t:ErYj imtg ~Pirtzih~ ire- tteha€ rrl ~a ar LIC! ink makw hob e 3bnkmmB6. 204i~YII~bL I =01 ~rma tww = is GE NAM &W and o rpghmn o'"irýa6waPas-ýaapi FPaFP-LI ý ý-f[- -ia" ba -ad< air =bw 5- - radl·TT alra6Cdbe wa we arSM b~hpT_ --o -- mal. g >- -& -e w O gr 4m Or dea? MM - wd- mt Pam~ei - humir ba iia~CnhLLdsi ~r wdk. wddE a mu a r E saw aaier"~h aal~ Itit ttntte mtof Alcit fe am Odk alt a I a e...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 27 August 1920

COUNTY ROUNDUP -netlns tnm frtn Our Ezdu s and Staff Wrlters WLESTFBY .isorDagny Johnson is working at the Home Cafe. Mrs. John P. Johnson was success fl.ul operated on for tonsils by Dr. Points Friday. Ed. Hass -was in town Tuesday, still feeling the effects of his late #l ness. Mr. and Mrs. John Duesterhoff were up from Alkabo country Monday af ternoon. Miss Hazel Hultgren left Tuesday for points in Canada, where she will visit friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Falkanger of Watertown S. D., are visiting his par ents, Rev. J. B. Falkanger and wife. Myrtle Nelson has been on the sick list since Saturday evening, but is improving at this time. Mrs. Evenson and Olaf Norby Sun dayed with the former's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Oftsdahl, near the Barracks north of Crosby. Mrs. Solberg took her sister-in-law, Mrs. Anderson, and baby to her Cana dian home and returned home Wed nesday . Roy Stageberg and Lars P. Larson left Tuesday morning for rich harvest fields east where th...

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