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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 8 October 1920

a. e Ivam am gwIlelln Sll miy perm am NOrat auPotl at the farm, 10 mile Iea t of Pleny o .e south of Dooley, on -e. Z f.1.* Ti lhN6e, Same o .t I k. in I Dra Cait 1 p a 7 , ut t 1 G. wu lever Drag .3amctiho. epagntor oa- c-- a FU H 1wk iumi w G e k a 7 b: eaide "u a e k dMane Dc I Deerin Mower rmta t I .e.ra.. .." 3 % CI. Tan Hester 1 SiJ amy Wa...1 aLUNC Ta 1ummo Hay Ra Sa--."ai.la-.$ , - r "AT hT N t Household. Goods. 1 Y3nJWde wA n libe, Snarly .w --------- -------------- . - - 4 " .... "4' r i I Inin ·-· · ·-- - I- ~ .' 1.ul ·~:4

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. — 8 October 1920

gamagap A~iallMW The follow ing Me d e from the Rfchland Couaty.-Iladt shows whit a town favorable to the welfai -of Its citisens and its surrounding ptron, can ac plh by eooperat with and not the people Swo are progressu 5 who to nske up a ýr Wolf Point :will grow and proa while her sneighboring towns h the *el f1ichness and bigotry of a few ao-call ed' leading business men, are gong into a decline which mesas a rut from which they will not be able to raite themselves-the fatefate of a village that is dead. (Richlana County eader) The editor of the Lader was In-' vited to speak Labor Diy at Wolf Point. The trip to 'that rapidly growing city, which recently outstrip ped Glasgow in size, was a very pleasant one. It is always a pleasure to visit any community where the farmers, laboring men and business ,men are working in harmony and such a condition exists at Wolf Point. Here are some of the outstanding features of the Wolf Point spirit: It has a Chamber of Commerce and a live Secre...

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. — 8 October 1920

- iMi·ma R~mý lro~n Our ýahr-s mad Umff Wroa Mr. W. J. Tobin, Mrs. Ward El wood. Beryl Elwood and Oswald Sel Swere business visitors at Archer on FIday. C. J. Cure made a business trip to Pleatywod last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stephenon and'Miss Bernice Elwood lef last Wednesday for Kalispell, Mont. A deal was closed last week where by Mrs. Alfred Sundstrom. became the owner of the Warld Elwood resi dence. Mrs. Elwood and daughter Beryl departed on Sunday for Kalis pell, Mont., where they will make their home. aRoy Cosper was up from Daleview Saturday. Oswald Selvig departed last Sun day for Seattle, Wash., where he will pisit with relatives. Dr. and Mrs. I.. E. Montgomery andI son Lee came over from Scohey on Monday. H. C. Nelson made a business t.ip to Crosby, N. D, the firs. of the week. Mrs. Cole of Daleview spent SI,.a day at the C. E. Cassidy home. Mrs. John W. Wunderlich and chi d ren returned from Ambrose. N. D., on Monday. H. D. MeIntosh left for Miniot, N. D.. on Monda...

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. — 8 October 1920

TPA PRODUCERS NEWS t' ' Pti tr. (htuWr..r t trtiS a '9, fiI on jiB,?%. t*'t tunr ttUllt l" .t.' of hu' h 3. rMJ ' .Lk~lt.I Lý t' T t.QL PIitijto ::na Jhsurp~r. i...,,;t ni t .ý Q ( ( ` :lllttubieaion showrici L'. LQ ~4to n~L~L~ wtig.Mr u'ir"il :t : rttat'tL*e-.~,e~ to The -,Z"4:Wjt~ ~ ~ ~ m e'n ."»tcr ow" Me ~_S .x c..-n 1aur;:;, "n. c ."w urn:·,t "tuc 041k t ' tVAI1Ut-Ot t11t~i . t vun b: ; l·R: re :iikno'iii M WP A-tt.. +.ý.y..t? We Witt to k-. it o( a 't"o' t'?inl2 tcad.te 'Atli aIt t 'tltt4 <<"i", ba I yve b ..cet1.4>1lA to ioubt or quet~tiorl th9 re 'Ii a ° " 'Afl ir 1I \.hiiw rS t Ia.:". tu atitlttItftg col~lfnt.. (i r Rit?;fit . Qt."`Vwk. `. 1420 t, º,+ 1l.on on the tinal lap of the t92, cantpaign for good -we. 'niuv.; .i" the present regtime of four-tlushers fathered by e iartulserer u C pjer w4 'ompauity. htich iiail it be" t iS up to youl Mr. Voter. A-e t : 'ill to be dominated over by a small coterie of office .kietttiin, antlis. of b)ig business. , ',,iT t& ...

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. — 8 October 1920

-..OCAL NEWS the w d. bepfayt Cl Iee g r NUIUSi Bi etr s'4s alian loldah1 i Smida of wi +otpc Smith31 1 aad . , R the tatx sh at the irer's oefice this week. The Board of CoPiwty hoimi ie e met the first th`be days of 'thet at thcir regula ar~ssier . W.h.It arble of Bi slt: hael e jt iog blusiness here the past setk. Wthis B Davis of fSu d h ,ed throuM h here the middle of tthe ~ en the texo his home at S.they, hey Ottiae, wa libl t afriers ofhere 'his esd of weeh metk Wefrstich, chairman of ' The atoo lt Couy Commissiou .rs, a Pleatywood ,'sitor The'midifte d S. . Sterrett of 'Willitasn, repro sentlw The Ideal Tailord o mpanyt vss alineg n local tprtd here .htis W..' t. Davs f he Vwa " Wesley Anderson maid e of tha ,i trip to WFlaxve 'Wedaesday ,T "tis week, looking after his erop en the reservation. spent lte tweek i.his eho tyt the home of her sister. Wirs. r. .a afs. , returning to her hom Wn- m Dick Bolster left here Wetaesdav for Grand Forks, where he has .-; cey a Ci ostion w...

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

r more POQRO W111 0o IL MaCabe id t two der W&i ofIb l·I 5 1i saat Eehmwtt ,.4 at leftan th it .1 the wk feew Pe.m edhrv a So ed the Ike islte, -h am 'rgpf vawK do** mare- Wit lt, lrs. I. leek stbT I thh rimleu om their ,reret.rm dAiml Set P v i at Se~i the ReeartF CS PFirr Pe 1 at at isat seekf avte Attar ýi ý 1,. onn w.I H.drct Aonu Y9Jc IL ~ f Beth Laati x aaIl Batitleg Leee*.* left mmdyfen Vsalle City., X. U*, sid~e tha7 w dol seanm thei~r a Wiea at the Thve emearet fat- haabj sad fur aaauiairy in Ii i I the rmuit slheoo eat amescql to e I-TeM aeld at a vas ti's at t c- /.semi Ames . . e aetkw wtk ..rat I. W I r. tuuet rkM*St* , i atw tm .fIal J46WIue .dti lat PasbOTes,, a as Sa s ieeewet far tle p0a4 lea a**** ekeip aflle g ee petr9 ialtuite fsaidl ea*.4 silk 44W' rieuda r eft Iklleayr far bia hae art W H. H-b, hake l. aaiy 11 2 E.. dSI I 1th MIayelht, is a fear mask* far /dsIeed , X. liv,,. whert theys veil m.he teir fetrs r ug Epar.: Mr, IBta eauteptr c I.nt in the say RE...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 8 October 1920

Coatinal from Page Eght) the defendant immediately re-arreat ed. Mrs. A. O. Ness was in Antelope this week. Carl Magnusson and Emil Austad were over from Comertown last ev Ole Grytaess and Harold Olson were over from Alkabo. Wednesday evening. The Walton Perkins' moved into the Ole Sather house this week. P. G. Anderson drove to Antelope to look after business Tuesday. Mrs. Hilma Solberg and little Hel oise left today for Minot. Charley Finley of the Grenora Ex amlner was a pleasant 'caller Satur day a'fternoon. Elmer Hultgren arrived home Wed nesday from Douglas. N. D., where lie has been working for some time. Mrs. Hilma Solberg returned Wed nesday from a visit with Mrs. Carl Lundquist at Williston, N. D. Win. Morgan returned the first of the week from Kenmare, where he went in the interest of the Morgan Iagerquist mine. Dr. Fred Ewing and Dr. Orcutt of Kenmare arrived in the city Tuesday and remained a few days looking af ter business around herb. Mrs. J. B. Falkanger and daughte...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 8 October 1920

10th ANNIVERSARY SALE; UIAU MO IWUEUKUUINIINI IIIIEE EIIINIUEIil EWEEIIHIEIWIW IIlUIaIIIh This being our Tenth Autumn in Outlook we are going to celebrate by giving you the biggest bargains ever known in this part of the country N. J. NELSON& CO. m OUTLOOK, MONTANA THE OLD RABLE SLCOMMENCES FMRST ADAY SPECIALS DOORS CLOSED TO "t tena w e w pat sale 1,000 yards of Best Grade pereales a d Tat Do Nord GINGHAMS, at.-..... rH RS A 10 yards to each customer THUSDAY, OCT 14 PREPARE GOODS de Sat., Oct.23 GROCERT SPECIALS Until 9 A. M.st Day w 3 k rSafe Ho rne .............................................. 1 ' qi , 'w MS E-5 P bc k a g e Y e a st F o a m 0 7.1....... . . . S[ Corn aes ............ ..37 s PER'CENT OFF ON ALL BLANKETS 116.___ Htb.'unts Baking Powder .23 l". r .& Ann & Hammer Soda ............................07 S CansBest ed Salmon .............................................$1. APRONS AND HOUSEDRESSES 3 Cans il Sardines......... ............................ 23. . ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 15 October 1920

-. of A+ hi Mt AIR o ·. s T 4 m t rMomin., y, OU.15. 190Vom3-3e2 Corner Helped Land; ssifier (YA)I eAt LOCKWOOD & BLAKESLEE GETS JUDGMENT AGAINST COUtNTY AND COLLECT Baktdi Re Doa f the Fact That M- Or. GraY R Reoaes to Audit Un entltuttml Claim, Land Clusi darm Go to Ceurt fer Judgment. GUMNMER DEMURRS BUT IS OVERRULED In ofb& be t That the Entire Matter o the Lsand Clo . Meek~nnj ew Peadag h et, Yet CWM Al lw Jdgment to Land ClasdoMe. Lockwood & Blakealee, the Glasgow Lind Classifier, who got the contraet to classify the land of Shoridan coasty for the sum of about $NO000 Without the trouble of submltting bids, a contract to make a bunch Map of the count ad to olauifyr $he lands of the farmers for more onethn the averae farmer can make in an entire lifetime, and which classification is not worth the cost of the paper the maps are mnade upon, at last, by the aid and grace of Judge Comer,. has been able to col leet another $8,478.21, on this clas sification eontract, and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 15 October 1920

WASHINGTON LETTER New Turn of Affairs In Italy Center of. Capitol Discussion Premier Giolitti Is Neutral to Force Prpfiteers to Disgorge -Secretary of State Colby' 's Censorship Arouses Even Conservative Press-Washl ngton Herald Defends League Farmers-New Figures on American Shipping and Com merce of Important Ports- Harding Asks Postal Employ ees tc Wait Until Tomorro rowPackers Playing for Time -Borah's StatfC1 on Treaty Worries Old Guard. Vatishinp.tl, 0. C.---It-lty's blood I]r:, industrial revolutie, continulis to eclipse the I'olih war in discussions Ile ;lamong Ihtisines; m-n, bankers, trade.I union oi:ial. and diplomats. l\idd by thI neu:rality of Pretmier (i,ol itti. .wi ii sekldn:, to make the Italran .r I i rotit 'rso diigorge for. the b :nrilt of 1he natinal Ipicsiuy. t;e itrganizefi workers. in the iatal indu-trics too': possession of the plants until the privalte ownrs .aie'rcl to g;ve th(it and the govern mnent an iummedi:atc sharec in the nlin age toent, but'i in lod...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 15 October 1920

- - -I In Butte & Eggs If Price-Cutting brings trade and Cash .Al Sales Final We accept these this sale should prove the, biggest suc- No goods return ..oducts as Cash cess ever registered in Sheridan County able or exchanged $20,000 - Stock of Merchandise - $20,000 ..m- w Composing our Entire Stock of Clothing, Dry : Z :E CHILDREN'S & MISSES COATS Goods, Shoes and Croceries, is thrown on the MEN'S PANTS $17.25 values, cut to $12.35 Men's pants, $8.00 to $9.00 4.0 values, cut to.. 9. ~Ba- B rgain Counter and Marked Down, to Less values p, 8.reduced to $6.15 *10.00 values, cut to.......... 7.35 values, reduced to........... ti 9.50 values, cut to ........ 6.95 ' ' 5.00 values at 3... . 75 5.25 values, cut to. 3.75 than cost of manufacture today. 14 days only 4.00 values at....... 2.95 CORSETS 3.50 values, at ................... 2.65 v Saturday, Oct. 16 to Sat.,a Ot. 30 The Kabo and Warners Corsets t Sa ntt., 3 , 3.00 values, at , .. 4$5.50 value, this sale.......... $.355 OVE...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 15 October 1920

` s. MO 1u ~r. U O - Lu eft Oý1MSwi e b ut * -! f r "03 - U 'VW~tt i afl md u1I ua ý se .m ur 1 ~ 'e bees. W rrrl fikir Al thp wart bw ·JR rb ·IL mat t Qoh iht mmh6PC rrr Taq -kit A trmiL-a ii. wkwib. rlt v 'E 4P twPvtk -, v; r ma SWUN W. naRRaa~bi~~ EP4z u x DRurlna loft ~bme r beve t h a -U bu orfc tl 3bw.. vmix - d, aurf rt.r *j Mrs, Iona R: tl trerf be1i ge tiri be 5·i ^w W .1 Thr4 hIf.pr *1! gii)mr i r·· n cirr· +,FniT~x U4ndik"t. iw4. '.t :rh vtrw ",vt a0'a dSLrfu.F -t-" Sutizhiaý Limit i:; al. Z 'it j1 t %W4 ii wini"ni h.t ý .. MIn, . 4 '11!l a, . aifrLlm 3t ^ T,ý:,.:` "- 'n I ll r1 v uthwi r me itai whirn -nr·rtF1citi it ltr. =A 1Rn. AR 1,ft .- t 'uyrw rrv met h 4ýaý 3pi 7 nf n, nr ar! 'to «rv a pni t ý~l 3uL t~lvir! rtr c~itmel Cmet hrir Ihrw jim , 1.F, whi.* wa~s *v rn NOW o it h. ti;fr.+ . r ` l ..nRn Nltrbu, we 4AM6 h! fir5=. v:; 7N tote tmni ter~ 1Rrý Prr.,t:um~ mvt~t Ttn"i~t a 6'trls . \ . tt ti "m rAr~r ["s Lib\B rrlh~h ~. tr srjt i~ nEtthr. wuh) r2 rpmhr ^. -(rumf, 7...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 15 October 1920

O4 GOObNIS SIR _PAlME Canadian 100 Per CAters. Almost Stnnem By British Neloeman's Talk'Ln Econemice-Palmer Will Send Him to Russia. By J. A. Stevenson, Canadian Staff correspondent for the Federated Press OTTOWAb Ont.-Unless Sir Auk laud Goddes, the British Ambassador, s areful he will soon be on the black. list pf A. Mitchell Palmer and the Canadian government as a dangerous politial character. At the annual meetingof the Canadian Bar Associ ation, the ambassador's speech was re ceived with pained amazement by a somewhat reactionary audience. Sir Aukland swept aside much of the superficial thingk about the war and about industrial unrest. In his view the war has simply intensified an intolerable economic condition in an international system of competing industrialism. The ambassador has scant patience with the favorite gov ernmental theory at Washington and Ottowa that Bolshevik agitators are largely responsible for industrial un rest. "There are conspirators, agitatois stirring u...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 15 October 1920

(Continued rom Page One) A rteolution was then ntroduced hi that the action of the state convention be endorsed. A hard .ght wbh made against this reolution for the reason that it was asking the en dornsment of something that had not -re.4jy been done. Upon being put to a Vote the resolution won by he r lar ten or eleven vote. Now why did Taylor want Stoner for the delegte and why did he want this resolution passed .First because Mr. Stoner is a socialist and would be in harmony with him along those lines. Second because Taylor had something to sllp over In the way of selecting a candidate for judge of this distrlct. It seems that Judge Comer had fail ed to consult Taylor before rendering his decisions, but rendered them ac cording to law instead, which highly enraged him to the extent that the decree went forth that Judge Comer must be defeated at all costs. Ac cordingly, Taylor went to Great Falls with Stoner, I am informed, to see that the proper medicine was mixed, with the resu...

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. — 15 October 1920

nmg at 10 oCmk iin the Morning Saturday, October 16th 9 oOloek enevnenn of Saturday, October 30 the biggest stock of General ierchandise in ShidMn ComtyJ, now on the shebes and counters of the A. Ingwalson & Co. big ste at P1entywood wai be marked down from 10 to t50 per cent---many reductions going below that sanrd.L itre is a real o unit for the people of this county to save Thousands dof Dolrs on .ods they ady need- ne-Goceries, Flou, Clothing, Shoes, etc. Time and spoe permos ma mg only a few of the innammable bargains. Store dclosed all day Friday, (t. 15, to -npare for Sale. prices rwear, nwarcBF L~opin market s. had nodin ?estill5 iposed '" coo I Strictly Fresh Egs TELEPHONE 49 AN Sales Final and and Butter Sbiclty Cash Takenthe Samelas Cash Al m nn C ah hp M1 I ml· lr Ye end i I. 1 I LTS HATS ordon Ha at ............. $2.50 . at........................$2.75 ,at ..... - .-................. 3.00 at -..... ...................... 3.50 at ................... ........ 3.95 at ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 15 October 1920

SROUNDUP > tm reeias Itema from Our KxdMsnsg and Staff Writers Froid Johnson and Rout, auto welderr-. Hiomestead have dissolved partnd.r asip, Mr. tout takes over the busi nesso, collects the bills, and pays all obigatlons / Mrs. Grant LeMolne and son Ray mond spent Saturday at Williston. Max Anderson of McCabe, ss a few hours in town Tuesday aErnoon. Attorney Frank Catlin, of Culbert son, was a Froid visitor on Tuesday of this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Schnitzler and Mrs. E. J. Renwald spent Wednesday at Poplar. Chas. Nelson, hardware merchant, of McCabe. transacted business here yesterday. Mayor O. T. Stennes and If. B. Tyson of Wolf Point spent a few hours in town Monday evening. Mrs. Kennedy of Leeds, N. D., is here to spend a month or so at the hdme of her daughter. Mrs. A. Slun aker. Thos. Price has rented the Frank Feldumier farm for a term of three years and moved on the place last week. Fred Price has bought the residence formerly owned by J. H. Huff and will move his fam...

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. — 15 October 1920

MOBBER3 PAY PARMER OUR NEW CHINESE POLICY POLITICIANS USING WALL STRIF BLAST IMPERIALISM IN FIJl IS LANDS RUSSO-POLISe ARnISancE LAND SEIZURES IN SICILY (Week of October 11, 1930). Five of Minnesota's raw-meat-eat ix hpatriots have paid W. W. Wrabek a onpastsan leae farmer of Le Suur ounty, 1,7 as ersonal dam ages for mob violence. Farmer Wrfabek was not a leakue organlier or speaker. The only evi dence of his ' dialoralty" was the wearing of a "We'll Stick" button. Bet that was enough to arouse the raw-meat eaters, who had just heard one of Governor Burnquist's vicious attacks on the organized farmers. He was knocked down, trampled on and otherwise injured. Mob violence is, of course, a crim inal offense, but the politicians in Minnesota suspended law enforce meat during the 1918 campaign. American election methods were in fact set aside after the manner of Mexico under Dias. In 19 counties the farmers were prevented from tell ing the public what their platform was and from hearing...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 15 October 1920

H- TE * Eii[ (Cantianed from page 9) traian labor pat ty. Antl let it the fInel thtt: tah Amert e a flatpielutrct i tilar thing-s in a number of satail - unt-i s where we have stepped in "tt give them a civi lild Iovtrnal ."a: Sugar syntlicatts. tobacco tsyndiates. fruit-grewing syn dicates re.ap he piin'ipal hlrvest uof the aiservy \rs soea. ant stone of it Lt.l into the laps of nerlcy politi dans. The peI-lle at rhe',ee herar only what the p'ttiarans gin' out During tie last mounth we have hbeard a grmat ial c l sure-s-es against th1.. Ittstants tolt the Polish front and h Genete,.id \ t'r.m.rt's pr s.nally c.'lleterted g'overanlltn in the aouth, Tttine utwIrla`. joi;rtd with tat-he latest :;e-, of t'iret:e tevolu.tintl in lu it si: -a- t -.,l I te , th t ppt-e that tirnhi.ti : "a, . a.t u to a lt ui.i the that it is arttearaic tmt mutt' that ca Seteanatlt 1 a St' t m 'a-ta-te iasued at' ta tita" tr hE hal.ts that an ar-ustieat' .-' c t r tat t itn . within ten. uii- .,- : z on th...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 15 October 1920

%cf a S Olnndtern IBa b r. a wi Mrs. S8. t hmsue ywere Milled tIhree Wte Tesday from ?iam kt I., to Isit at the Kmrl YIold.bhme.. Mrs. I. I. Somers, who visiting with her daILW her"IA . week to her home _ at innesplis, l an. Mrs.- Geo. Ward arrived from bDo ley on Tuuesday. Miss Monia lndriekstver ao'e P from Raymond on Mondag. Father D)inand of Portland, Ore., is conducting the Mission at Outlook this week. LOCALS Prof. Bowman of Relstone :vas 'a caller in this city Saturday of Inst week. "- Rev. Savage left the forepart of the week on a business trip to Bill ings. Berry Stephens of Outlook was a business ealler in this city Friday of last week. W. T. Stephens of meobey was a Plentvwood business caller the mid dle of this week. Mrs. C. A. Harmes of Redstone was a Plentywood visitor the latter part of last week. L V. Lockwood left the middle of the week by car on a husiness trip to Tinney, south of Glasgow. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Epler of Dooley and daughter Virginia were Plenty wood vis...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 15 October 1920

THE PRODUCERS NEWS PAP.e OF TE PEOPLE Y TIE P L E PMIz. r m PEOPLE cestauin ag tb'e E1flUM P3sOfre PEOPLE S PLLiUJG; (ONPA %. VCBPIrsilHE Eatered as lfes-ed Clas Matter. Octa-e a Jx E1Z. at Ow PeAt o4ee ast ¶lwt-wnao. l, vmitano t is, fr e s&l A rt f 1sat I. 1879. f'H LEI E I ' TAJYSr, rAfiter and anagrr. Quack, fraa4.lhaet asl :a- wV.,' I"alle - are irr A ktnor;wgly advertisre, andl a- wJ flatE- it a- a (atv-r if a.y we-alr wi)l adxvdi ai pnrr.mptlr, , iM lmi the tae ..at.am m foulbtA .r q'w-.1i t1h re Liadrift oi t a mr sCr-r w& ps-az- nsir'e - enasn rhtiinr e'nraunrc. r2IJMEAY, VNiOIIf i:n, n99 MR LOUCKS, THE POLITICIAN Mr. flarry I, l.sacksr, f.-r a c~lAAe f' years ca alkAe to per swade the farmer, kiving in hit neightorhoerl that he was in hoe est siymptathy r' ith the aspiratioms oil the faar-iert- for tIittr mar keting conditior. ., ral the 4alwition of ,o. atar. ad highway meth eds in stite arnd iounty govertwrftnt, tweenas, he, Mr. Laucks. had joined the Nonjlrarisa...

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