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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 15 April 1921

IýN· A ` PA F` - lO· F IVW XMTU ý ! w t n1 , f it H.!i i. - N FAOR OF BONN ser Answering Neils . mmi e nd en.Wie n Wats to Work ofthe Road. WOULD ONLY BE EXTRA DOLLAR PER YEAR Built With Engine and Road Machines--Crade is UC Out of Sods---Mosty Hand Work. ,oland of C(alridge boosting the calling of eection for purpose of worth of bonds for .ag advantge of red News, two issues of The Pro have appeared articles eptical in nature regard . issue. I am not much and doubt if I will be t my ariguients 111 style as the wVrters of articles, but it seems the gentlemen have been in their conclusion. 3rd, the East Coa'ridge Club held their regular , e were fortunate in us two of the County essrs. Tyler and Ib uy Surveyor Link and accompaned them. gave us a very in on the bonding matter. Sany further, I wish to the County Commissioners especially emphasized were not out to boost but they were pres tation at our club meet -asked by the meeting to sad explain the working matter. So if I use those ...

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. — 15 April 1921

HE PRODUCERS NEWS' TH E PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE Continuing the OUTLOOK PROMOTER PEOPLES PUBLISHING COMPA NY, PUBLISHER Entered as Second Class Matter, October 18, 1912, at the Post office at Plentywood, Montana, Under the Act of March 3, 1879. CHARLES E. TAYLOR, Editor and Manager. S. , ip Advertising epresentative TIIHE AMERICAN i.ESS ASSOCIATION Quack, fraudulent and irrcsponsible firms arc not knowingly advertised,-asid 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, APRIL 15, 1921 WEEKLY MAR KET REVIEW A narrow and sluggish market was the principal characteristic last week. There was some evidence of an over sold condition which is to be expect ed in the -face of sentiment practical ly unanimously Bearish. The Government Report on the New Winter WVheat crop, estimating a yield of 621,000,000 bushels, varies only elightly (...

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. — 15 April 1921

LOCAL i r o mm I n{.Il•llm mmiI ttcrIer S. E. Paul of Redstone, Is A ~ W plentywood at the pres idijem beimy employed in the law . Mrs. Arthur Reuber and r.3" ack, accompanied by Mrs. e son and little daughter, ' ory sOtook, were Plentywood Men Evenn, well known farm "n Rpamond precinct, was in er ot d Wednesday looking for a f.shand Plowing and seeding is fr. ~der way in his neck of the w iod PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY Ask Your Dealer for i HOME MADE CIGARS UNION LABEL ON EVERY BOX m,, ,.. . , rMn Wno -- ntha licoi tha dui 4 min we is Ho vex are If TH E i4 cos.. METHOD OF Mail order concerns de- F : mand cash in advance. They won't take a chance. They won't trust you. They are the "fair weather friends" of merchandising. If a local dealer treated you in the same manner you would be madder than we awet hen. But he doesn't. If youdesire credit and are worthy of. it, he will extend it gladly. Then why not I Favor Dealers Who Will Favor You Spot cash trading is of course the best policy o...

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. — 15 April 1921

E ý ' f · ; ý) 1 i .try 11ý t s} &t '4 hie Just a Reminder Look Over Your Farm Machiriery See What Repairs Are Needed, and. Qrder Them Sou wil buy Genuine IHC RdP3aiz for your ntinatiowaI machines ACCORDING TO MARKET PRICES' ZEIDIER HARDWARE PLENTYWOOD, MONTANA FLOUR FLOUlR FLOUR FOR CASH ONLY $48 PER fUND RED . . . as.k, on. ......'AC - I.L. , .- t . . {m'- : + .you be it is for your bne ion has ra $25, for ! o ca of 6 = or deformed t Uy dren. Any prsi knowing of a t SCrippled or detoraed chbld will please t notify the Cowaty Nurse, stating t e, age of el"i -and the nature of its deformity, so that the necessary E teps can be teke1~i., get our share is of this help. + .... .. . i OLE EVENSEN ad OIL B. ROY EN, Defendants. F - To be sold akher f'- Sale on tie i tt day of A. D. 191. at a the l, hour of 2 ocl P. M., . sai day, for athe front ( ) do of e o - a tgwood, in Sheridan ' Couity, atant ise the following described.: real .prp. g ty to-wit: of The West Halm of the- aEst a (W...

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. — 22 April 1921

'y 11'A J 3 _ _ _ _ _ _ a y v t+5 {"sr NEW.m pr : .',ý.ý £ { '.,W fl mwww ' '-r v 2LE1RTYOO I, VbA COUNr ]WOWTAA Friday, April 22, 1921SerduC wga eNy COMPANY' Theatre In Plenty rphe IaY 'Garner, head of the If Garne, which is to1 ~ of Turs 3ubilea heevenifn Theatre ~eeonr teno vic ntho Oderful enr d ioe S a '~' o f standing and i c3oi d taene finest Ir k e o eJ conl'¼ Amenca- His voice artist 1 i~al richness and un of un ýd he sings with all beauty a se of the great ar todaY. n that a colored ar Snot of attention of the large cts the of the country. If journa r it is a tribute to howeve r+artist. Read what 'lty as of Chicago thirks of usic News is singers: anier and rganization has es e Garner e place in the world bed a secu tertainment that is and e the annals of muhic. alleled in he line of concert leader in Garner's singing at es Mr. eatre on Saturday egfeld e audience that gath the larg sterling artist whose hear thl was heard to great rful voice tage." gene Whiteside said: late...

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. — 22 April 1921

1 pia M.tter, Oi*be , 19 , T t. te . t U:e ti: 18~t~WS~ 79. t. E.' AY and Managert _ Foreign Ad'tifingmpreunaiv.` S 1THE AMERICZAN.P PR SC} SOG&At1O = dulent' and irresponsibk finis are not knowingly will take it as a avr z any reader will advise mould `they have occato iedubt or question the re firsn which patroe es our advertising columns. FRIDAY,. APRIL 22, 1921 0L Frank left of N. D., where fAr it sumer. ana Russell Karels and arrived-from Mimeapo ay f lstweek ~s j1srA~s 1~odi E~tFriday , wke she will visf wih relativ~es. Mr . Percy Le artonoleft last Fri day, Via Archer for her home at .d La Larter and Wm. Wirt were Pletntywo d visitors last week. Joe lindle returned on Saturday from Weybpirn, Sask., where he has been spending the winter. Pref. and Mrs J. J. Becker of An telope were Sunday visitors in Out look. Mr. Ole Garrick left on Tuesday for Epping, N. D., where he has' ac cepted a position. Prof. Lennon was a business visit or in Scobey last Friday. Miss Ebba Lundquis...

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. — 22 April 1921

-w, _3"'35 4 " :f y' . g i .f ý 9 a rý' ° ' s : ,. - - ý PSýaý['.ý ýýa! ý:ý.j`.t ýýýýý-ý kiý ...ý. ý{ýF3 .ý4 k: ý'ýJ`ý.....J'., ..a i., ...._ .._i ", .Y.MF Epler and uItr Wsiness visitors hhrlentyWO4 a 1eiseker went to °"' seen ` pJ Wednesday, on h bi trip. Laster Larry Bowler was howt tt e of his little friends at a P~ary last Thesday 'att ayt a Larry's fifthk bierta,, The Tek pbone IB to Normal During the past three or four months there has been a steady improvement in the telephone setvice, both Local and H Long Distance, H cc Congestion of plat has been greatly relieved; intensive C` training of operating employes has added to operating effi.- as ciency, and the morale of our organization's personnel is back to pre-war standards. s There is a constant, determined ardd concerted effort on s the part of the employe body to render the "old-time" quality o: of Telephone Service, and this spirit on their part is being re- ` warded by the appreciation of a gratefil public. Certainly t...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 22 April 1921

ers mayhoertu iff but an Mfd I en theyca ' Y lcKibbfi at anyone :hu~y >iCpt * the imen 1r~~wit * tI Stteof and For .DiCu~ty _of Ae~M LINan=CARO-1 ND and~f * ~ U*Twen-. rdo` }P. 4_ d :AN yo . -. 1 Sopthere tp n -you ihwet ndto foilte ~ ~ a~~fl *rthe ereeo cc $_ - faih; ando toe fo1 redb1or S by for of which I $ ~ after 4ueand 7r : y a r, ". . 4 4 I' Y i. t a w, t Q .,,E `s'ue i r 4 Y eA 1 A4", ITa : fi_ s 9 k '" ,r . ye ýi ,ý'ed t ,ý y." s i y t'Giy» 3 04 All, 41 ' t , - ad toef dae tin Mu Ri of aid 71i l ~ too which reder-` Wereb °ore further par t haud and the seal of 18th day of April, A. Qourt Seal) .. B-PETERSON, ST e+ C of the District Court. P' zywod, Msntana,`. }Attrnaeys for-the .Paitff. n, A rril 21921.`° u ablication, ;April 29, 1921. pM ay 6, 1921. Fourth. tbllation ay13 18, 1921. 2-t +[M1 S FQIR PUBLICATION In tCourt 'of the 1 wen tieth icial District of the State 'of Montana, In and .9F the County of J yaN SHISL Y, Plaintiff, VS ti QEORGE A. SCIRAUS, ROSE o SCHMAUS, ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 29 April 1921

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Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 29 April 1921

A NEWS BUSHING CO. IEM.Y, rAPRIL 29, 1921 1 CI*OOL NOTES it Ci ikshank left for Dis >trof Comertown, and is 'to tieac "there for three Mik'o sIke atrived from South Da kota and accepted the position in Dis-. trict No. 7, left vacant by Miss Somers. Mrs. Hans Harderson, clerk of District 30, called' at the office Wed nesday. The eighth grade examinations will be held on May 23rd and 24th • and will be conduced in the. sames places as the April examinations.` The --· · mmmm m m mmnm mm m t "HlE'S GOT MONEY IN THE BANK" That sentence- is pleasant to the ear and full of meaning. It suggests economy, thrift and ability. We interest ourselves in the welfare of our de positors and promote their interests as we would our own, as our interests are mutual. Dollars are good property to own; they are go ing up in price or growing in value fast now as we predicted. Keep your funds in this strong National Bank where they are both safe and ready in time of need. We offer broad, safe, accurate 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. — 29 April 1921

I LOCAL. NW S, B ine Home Made Bread at BOLL. AN KOMPANY'S. 0r. and Mrs. T. W. Greer attended to lega lmatters at Scobey Tuesday. The Degree of Honor Lodge meets nest Tuesday evening in the Bolster gall your seed corn, millet, Sudan GraS and Spelts now. HELLA ND STRAND. Mlrs F. Ziebarth and Mrs. Hel SByrd returned to Plentywood Wed en esdarm Butte, where they attend ed the Degee of Honor convention. ROME MADE BREAD for sale at KOLLMAN KOMPAN'S. -mmn. - I *i 0 v A * fl~kii *ai Pode Obtonabl *i * Se C ; ,y Pric alog Po v .~r I FLOUR nFLOU FLOUR:, FOR CASH ONLY PERH CREAM OF WHEAT : 9 lb. Sask, only --- ---- -------------------------- ---- We Can Save you from 15 t9 20 Pe Cent on Your NEXT OiRER OF GROCER BRING YOUR EGGS TO .HE AKEY: WE WILL PAY 20 CENTS PER DOZEN FOR THEM. WE HANDLE ONLY CANE SUGAR PLENTYWOOD BAKERY AND GROCERY 20 o DISCO UNT ARN SS :OU PRICES ON HARDWARE AND TINWARE WI BE REDUCED ACCORDING TO MARKET PRICES + coNN ElON STINSHOP I •z l - ". N. L. Nelson and Peter Marro...

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. — 29 April 1921

by of ' hour ' ce of moard I Bouds i in ans "Ie&.:June, a' °-b ring - ea e $pr cent Warrants No. 33 .n adow out id be sold for alus, and the i er~ . the right S i Ibdds and sell `isale, if they 'i't interests of the ti ian exchange of ds to' e:i up such legal out indebMe s by issuing the auny'pson or persons hold orrts f said district, rep Sju` aim .against the said ye-. to be made dol ,t; than or on behalfr ; Board of land Commis -be panied by a sum of $500.00 to the er.of the under e#., , which will be forfeited su $essful bidder in the event i refuse to purchase the said #i -shall be addressed to the ed clerk of said School Dis .T (EGSETH, SAME` A. ROBIESON, GEO. C. EPLER, S of Shool District No. 33, County, Montana. .LOUCKi , .lierk. 2-tS OF SAE. OF FUNDING OF CHOOL DISTRICT S3ERIDAN AA 1 i ' byt the ton ý_.. dof school SyA. 1, at theahour ' º lcak P. t Wre office' of :m of satl e will sell dsof poiSe o District t;not to ex Ste Os tin thei 2th denomina Sda ~ in the year tith...

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. — 6 May 1921

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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. — 6 May 1921
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. — 6 May 1921

ý`.SA'WOETE 131YTOW if of Plains has been ate board of equalize 1 th s harge of tax mast $3,00) per annum. He e6ea Edgerton. resigned. 0 0 00 men e1nployed, the J. Neils by lhas reopened Sts iilit only 1ne shift is operating ver. but if the outlook Justi slifts will be added, 'ls 00 Sorest fire patrol wil t to Missoula and westem tis sea0on, and that F.ott ill not be used as a lainding l mad'e known officially Is a torntor H. L. Meyers by I a adjutant general of the s tes army. This step 1841 that Fort Missoula will be re wed in the near future. 0 0 r f. B. Keene, inspector-in of the regular army for the gi Huard of Montana, will re applicationIs from World war vet for the victory medals which are distributed throughout the coun Applicaitions must be accompa bY the discharge certificate or a e copY of the same. 0 0 *d Juhray was sentenced by j. J. Lynch at Butte to be on June 10 for the murder of J. Gibsoni on the afternoon of r2 last. 0 0 ?rwiell established authorities it become k...

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. — 6 May 1921

RAPER -OF THE EOPLE, BY THE P (OPLB 1?OR P ALE CoGinuing the OUTLOOK PR IOTEB PEOPLES' PUBLISHING COMPANY, PUBLISRER k tied r' s ecoid GItss .Matter, October 1$, 1912, at the Post ofe4 at Plenty*ood.) Mon ana, Under the Act of March 3, 1879. CITARLS E. TAYLOR, Editor and Manager. Foreign Advertising Representative THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION 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 the~y have occasion to doubt or question the re liability of any firm wdaiih patronizes our advertising columns. FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1921 WOULD OUST TYLf AND IBSEN I The sinister forces of evil in Sheridan County and Northeastern Montana bave taken 'the initiative, or have started an offensive against the element. that for the past three years have fought a hard and fruitless battle to put a stop to the blazen and shameless graft that has been going on in Sheridan county ever since this county has been...

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. — 6 May 1921

CPMPLETE STOCK 4 MALASah* KYANI2E VARNlSHF V~e Have R uced Prices According to the Market HEND - STRAND PLENTYWOOD, MONTANA -07 We are Showing a Fine Display of LADIES' SUITS, HATS, DRESSES AND LINGEREE All the Latest Styles and Colors Come in and Let Us Show You Some Real Bargains. TH EW STORE Plentywood, Montana it OUR FLOU FLOUR FOR CASH ONLY C . PER HUNDRED) OF WORLD'S BEST OEFSPECIAL j .CREAM OF WHEATony m 94.---- Sa------------......-----------------------7 We Can Save you from 15 to 20 Per Cent on your NEXT ORDER OF GROCERIES WE HANDLE ONLY CANE SUGAR PLIENTY WOOD BAKERY AND GROCERY 2000 DISCOUNT lIIRNESS OUR PRICES ON HARDWARE AND TINWARE WILL BE REDUCED ACCORDING TO MARKET PRICES JINSHOP IN CNNECIU EiDlk HADWR REDSTON& iRM . Mrs. K. 0. CaWson were oet 8&8by visitors at the county seat.~ C. i is busy now days look ing after 1e spring's work at his r so of town. Henry may was in from his ranch south of ton Sunday. C. G. Christensen was aver from 'eity~Wood' Thursday l...

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. — 6 May 1921

,OUR W' E of Dem.crat. Oil Con eCarse O1 Issae to Get Tax Will Strike 'Ruess a GiatiEcoaeomic Vac jºDsrmament BIis Winui-Whle tad Mai &ek i ii WASHINGrON; D. IC.-+Oz Ajrna .2 the asnate ratified the. long- tand- 1 ig treaty with Colombisg ginniag tha cmueary $25,000,000 for seizure of the 4 volt adim~ iii04. :. ' President Harding `ft previosslp urged itsarstification as-a4e sap-to-:1 -t elterations g9oo will. The more. lberal pollf'tacinahaie beei urging its passage far miny yars, bat Republicanas in geeeral op. I posed it for party resions and because i It rbflected "ok Roosevelt. ' ressons probeably account for the present success of. the treatj? 1. The Democratic party is knocked out fbr the time being at least. 2. Colombia agreed to let an Amer earn syndicate, in which Secretary of the Treasury Mellon is prominently in terested, have larte oil co if the treaty was approved. There is no doubt ezeept among spellbinders that we acted in a high handed mannerz' toward Colombia. ...

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. — 6 May 1921

eer was up fro wn Thursday S ,ngdlan of Who tetaril frmth coastwa last Sunday. fieek, rewac over fo t ha s deay drsen rtre and MoSrday. a 1 last on made a pairent Wilke a esday for ,Gene wh in bad shape from cugh Egan better known at Boydf Fargo, who arrive4 1 era1of last Sunatuda aagh was takenroml the bat hoperasnderen remplo ned i nde about a apweek at Plenty 'h .Rowlatt will be assist Thof the . E. church and ,aof Md at Redstcuee. mAter e time for seriesW in the hgis will be Sundays at 0 At beeoyd and sister were up S ar lsellast Sunday. i Cava1%milwas up from the Jons, wotohas been employed in 1,Jn es, I.m plement House, will roveeto Canareseco tio was a hrs, eigt 1 oundws tyn tog secured medical ent for his baby. *Clara Ifarter, the Williston foetrned home yesterday after SIG OUT SALE I il ell at puvlic ajiction, on pulaceay, Noctober 32 t, begin at 1 . . the following',, pr~o One spavined mare, coming 19 -yrs. niebay horse, weight 41 pounds;. iron gray gelding mare, coming Wo...

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. — 6 May 1921

VT AW L .Oatdwasl farming -opetaktoqis' day. * ** pIOR LA :D 5 see BOLST R, PlntwodMt.5 4-Itf.1 l~ 4' id chidren" hee w. ' folsi Iwira. Benny Vold of the R4i~n& pre cinct was a couatyseat vit Thurs day. * * * Henry Freise was in from the farm south of Plentywood the lirst of th t week. HOME M)E *READ for sale at KOLUI4N KOMPAN'S. . Ida Erickson returned from her -,trip to the westeri part of the state last Monday. ,* * *.. C in Rep. , Clair _ Stoner and George o * Bantz were in Plentyiood Wednesý d day evening. ** $ Otto Brabec was in town from the farm north of Plentywood on businesq Wednesday. e * *" * e 30 Per cent Discount for cash on Harness at HELLAND-STRAND t HARDWARE. 2-tf * ** The Montana Motor Company re ceived another. carload 'of new Ford w automobiles ;last week. * * * Judge C. I. Comer and Court Sten ographer Layhe went to Poplar on court matters Monday. Mrs. Fran Williams of the Well iver precin bras in Plentywood on business the t of the week. T * * FOR SALE-Mans...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
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