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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 26 April 1918

'4 71 ~r' T H E ago A ." y," s;;':' .:-" ~ ·. C· "lj '·f S NE A~~O PA, O Conlaeig L PROMOT R VoL V. Nuber 38 FOR TRE PE LUME I. ..N..... ,, : -O I ,DMN, MONTAN,~ FR, APRIL 26. 1914 UUE IG LOAN DRIVE DEMONSTRATESI LEAGUES' SINCERE PATRIOTISM! onpartisan League States First Over Top--Rur~l Districts Beat Town--Farmers Beat All. "Pa. triotic" Profiteers Lag Way Behind. cts strikingly vindicating the tism of the Farmers and the ership of the NONPARTISAN UE are developing as the re of the Third Liberty Loan drive Ninth Federal Bank Reserve t come in. tana which has the largest per SNonpartisan membership of te outside I North Dakota, over the top first, reporting the of April 18th an oversubscrip ounting to $10,882,110 on a of $9,000,000. By April 20 the subscription was over 14, th Dakota Exceeds Quota Dakota, where the League is majority and politically con e state, had surpassed its of $6,500,000 on the night of 8 and reported a subscription 13,700. Charles F. Stewart, of publicity fo...

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. — 26 April 1918

77 - - 0 - Thompsons gGl ov Fittinag Corsets; up to theAminute styles ilkren's Trimmedots, and Readyto All Go;as at Reisonable riles Wear Hats. All Goods at Reasonabl Fnces Quality Shop Mrs. S. Kitzenberg, Proprietor Plenty wood - - Montan CITY BAKERY and CAFE F. A. DEM MING, - PROPRIETOR Save Ci dies; Shis SprnI ! THIS Talk about Saving is a good thing. But you want someone to get down to cases and show you exactly where you can save. WE CAN Show you in cAorhae. There's .just one way to do it; buy-odd ones. A fine all wpol aldosting $30. to $85 and, lasting three sea ons is far cheaper thao a suit that cots $18 or $20 and lasts one sea. son. We know it and we ptint itwbeesse'we want yoo to know it. irehitereted i.ln cI es, but we are -just as much iun terested tin lping you get value a ation._ .our - on clothes you c ie tt or your spimg at 2 - 444 4i B ~g~iq~j ! 4: ·;iC 4: 7 - nd ; of ." CaP me p i hundeg, istaitiall sodra a.l th met t exercised under all eltrau amiu 2h ipeh pay, o...

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. — 26 April 1918

A PAPER OF THE E..PEOPLE, .3T ,HEE ' Continuing the PVI r oK PEOPLES PUBLISMIK CO 4AN, PULSUh. Application made for entry as sond class m er, at tpostofiee at Plentywood, Montana, under the Act of M 1479, Ak 19, 19o8. CHARLES E. TAYLOR, Editor" a~C~nager Advertising rates on ap- (so ni plication. Subscription b4e dreaied t nheP.p one year, in advance, d~"ers News, Box 56?, $2.00; six months $1.25. Plea tywood . tn Quack, fraudulent and Irmesponsble Afrm are net knowlingdand ie 9$ take it as a favor f aay reader will advise us promptly shoul tho l ive o~d is . doubt or question the reliability of ay firmn whice h atmi oams. FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1918, ord of Montana. From the NonPIrtisan Leader) Attorney General Ford of Montana eserves the thanks of every decent itizen of Montana for.. -his.. p`tompt nd effective action following.,. the *oppage of Nonpartisan league meet gs and deportation of League spea ers by mobs at Big Timber and Col bus in that state. The Nonpartisan league is just ...

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. — 26 April 1918

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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. — 26 April 1918

O the Ladies aof 1 f UTLOOK 1ndý.iwr When in PLEN ited to visit the ELITE = B PA.a$ Your criticism solicited, o pi e We give scientific treatmei~t ins it r rndings. We are experts in the followih: ctrolic Facial Massage,.Ace ..ýeatments, lýt t Treatments, Wrinkle .Tratments, _ Instanta us Face and Neck Bleach, Hair Shamoed~ Hair ed, Bleached, and Tinted. "Scai reatment th etricity, Hot Oil Treatiient, Ha.r S ii.. Manicuring for Ladies and Getlemen. Orders taken .for all kinds of'"Hair Goods s, Switches, Puffs, Cur ,:a Psches; Swihes e from combings. Also wigs and To.ipees for Marinello Toilet Requisites, a preparation for y need. Free Samples. o Creams and Powders le they last. Soft Water Champoes. _Advice. ly given. rs. F. La. PAGE Prop. Let us do your work A our work is Guaranteed Guaranteed for 5,000 miles, WE ADJUST OUR OWN TIR .ES Heavy Machine Work and Trac tor Repairing, Blsakancithing and MaOxi-welding, Expert Ato Re oetwa~to j - A J S IIIII1 ill M · I TIR4 ·II·il~ You will ...

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. — 26 April 1918

.I '` !: · · The X)PORD )MODEL T O.e-ao Truck ChasIs tested for more than two years. It is sold you now in the assard confidence that it Vil1 S,. ' meet yoer °it eqi'tm ,s cf eo. ti The regudr W4h$ *ree only liargr and 8. 1e' tF` 'e -rgalaw 'rd motor with dire t driven gear; wheel bbse of 124 inches and will turninside a 46-foot circle. It has all the simplicity of the Ford -ear, all the- economy in operation and maktn nce +Cq: e in and - ;we'll give vou further deta ils. -. ..ur . -4. TheMontana Motor r ~Co. wl t " f h F •il l i i + :- ..+-+ . _ . . . . . +. +-ii lI s l +:+ ? • . . .+ . . - : . : . , . . . < +: + + . + ?.. + . . + +,++. + '. . -+ + + . - " . -. LqU* r: 1.t *" V ·-· i - ~ ~.q - uir ¾ THE CHOP$UYEVMG tnwl F w .2 -/ Fý <at wC'1 wel do ~tW~ei~dso~i oubuyypur eats, 06 1 .+ eats you .eat .yob t do 0 1 4 .t - + -._ ' 4 .: -\.i ' ... , +" " to you .47 ......7 . ".'- .:: " ' -- .: .. + r......yy; a .. s°. ! . .. ",ý _j` -- ,1ý "- _ '.; .- :. . .. . . . -t -. ..... -.,...

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. — 3 May 1918

A PAPER LUME I. NTYWOO NUMBER 3 ig' " ILL FARMERS ALLOW SINISTER INFLUENCE TO GET THEIR FRIEND? NOT THEN GEE BUSY RIGHT NOW ited States Senator Meyers, Who as an Ear for the Clink of the 'Golden Buck" Responds to His asters Voice, the A. C. M. fight of the people against the in Montana has opened. wers of big business through rvile tool in the United States Henry L. Meyers, are oppos re-appointment of B. K. as United States District y in this state. The reason e is a man that cannot be d by them and when he made us speech at the co-operative at Great Falls last winter romptly marked him for r. past, too often, fair minded ciLls who took a stand for le, have beet theoitiod be the fact that the opposition tates District Attorney B. W usiness Huns Have Slated Lor {gttyr. ematically to achegve t who opposed them and id not rush to the resse nds. - . J. Walsh has endorsed and it is our duty to st t we are in favor ifice the man who without fear or favor. g of the sto ckholder of Publi u ...

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. — 3 May 1918

Corsets; up to the mhirntestyle~ in Ladies' Misse dEind Child~ ren's Trimimed and Ready-to Wear Hats. AlGoods -at- Reasonable Prices Quality Shop Mrs.5. K 1itmenbert. Ptoprieta Pentywod,* - MOitana ..," ..Kýj . - ten:.. , ý'.zi .. . f? ý'cý` -.ý ,. .ýi: ; ' ~ r ý .. " :+ 4 - '1 . CITY BAKERY and CAFE F.. A. DEMMING, - PROPRIETOR S.s.! Outlook Montana. 10 : to -h& Bn Iles intat Bank mod utloo' Dotannea : `0oA. bEh~o PRPMPK ..v~ 41 q ~ ti K.` "ý ý ~ ý'' `- yi; F,..ý ,;- 'W`ig.? ý `. >, `ý -tom, r. ISO ? "_.ý=ý }"ý. " fir'. ýý i .ate Moutema. - - ta'w i 3 XDAY" The &p V~A~J D I*Wedwi.'i a- rajecy 'e~ ~ asta.eklwi e ofthe flOPLES Nus o Ththe ° amm e egwRS might bve cbaace to hblp ' a. A MW board t Directors :mas ~theught'necinSary >'.wersems Ahe aflegatipe as -of LageL al tomt . eiir was U r the conro of ttW[seialists and Bae not is n od faith a Iompartlian paper. A gres . ay iwm who aiw sia pere and militant members (of the Lague were deceived ºy apss allegations pid were...

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. — 3 May 1918
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. — 3 May 1918
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. — 3 May 1918

To the Ladies of OUTLOOK andV init When in PL NTYWOO yu're cordially nvited to visit the ELITE BEAUTY PAR 8,RS. Your criticism slicited, rpa e ap reciated. We give scientific treatme t' Sanitry Su. oundings. We are experts ii the feU wing: lectrolic Facial cilass , Adea l :Asrn ent iTreatme Wrinkl Intnta eous Face and eck Bleaei, HirS -., Ia yed, Bleached, and Tint l. Sca T ent with lectricity, Hot OITreatment, har SigeL Manicuring for Ladies and ienit1men.. Orders taken for all - kinds of Hair Goods, igs, Switches, Puffs, Curls, esyches; SwicheB ade from combings. Also wigs and Toupees fpr en. " Marinello Toilet Requisites, a preparation for ery need. Free Samples of Creams and Powders hile they last. Soft Water Champo'es. Aidvice eely given. Mrs. F. La PAGE, Prop. "SATISFACTION,' our Iltto Plentywood Auto Machine Shop Let us do your -work -Al our work is Guaratite6d _ Come in and see tieKolsorno tire Guaranteed for 5,O000 iles, WE ADJUST OUR OWN TIRES Heavy Machine Wo k and Tram 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. — 3 May 1918

The FORD MODEL T One-Ton Trc hsis $60f. o. b. Berohas n _e thproughly -tested for more than two Years.. It Is, sd you now in the asuried confidence tha ft _il meet your requirements and expectations. The regular Ford frame, only, lamger and 4~P 4 heavier, the regular, Fr 'motor with direct " ~driven gear; wheel base of -124 Inches and will turnlinside a 46-foot circle. It has all the simplicity of the Ford car, all the .ecoomy in operation and maintenance. Come in and we'll gve you further details. Montana Motor Co. taste fo moel taltw yeears. ItIpdoe Itoal dpnow on thet eatsurd ondec there Ite wio meewht youra oreqouiremens aid expetatos w ll turinsie at 46-foo circhlieR. It a all tha simplicity eofpte Ford caral the ITY ain .C a b a . f :' . v y ft. lwý ý z ýi } ý _ .+ý+»ý+y.7ýixý- ..,'$' ý" ýýý ý ý "T- b-;'IUTC ýý+{a 7 4 , ý a ý,ý`ý.ý -ý=T ýC: ý' 7ý 'r'' "`t ý Xv 4T -.i 1 +1 n; ( fi 'Yi ,fie,. ý}ý:Y Lift'. ý€ :; b` J'.- ice.(. t l" L ý'" fiS uM rrýfrýxtý 3ýrF.'. s4 ,?+wýý ,ýý' ý ...

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. — 10 May 1918

443 ý ta, L U M Ei. I.i~i .,s ;H 4Y*N~:+.ý4 x,} As ý, u.,.04aa. s... .d aa .,,..-" 4' :t4 . erman' Presid Draws Reply. Ilowing Senator Shersaan's re assault on President Wilan aEd *nistration in an attempt sof eactionary interests' to de.ed t verman bill granting the Pres; increased power in the conduct e war, A. C. Townley, president e National No ar . League a statement bitterly 111ting vicious assault on the PrelIent critical tine" and charging it * for the political effect and use the administration's war m threatens' the profits of Big ess." is speech which asserted that esident had not properly used thority and - that the admin on consists largely of a "bunch nomic fakirs and howling der Senator Sherman chargetd he head of the National : Non n Leýgue "represenits prc n influences anl his Germsn somewhere.' : T'Ie following Townley's reply: NDS STATEMENT LIBEL. tor Sherman's reported ac n that I am Pro-German and the National Ionpartisiaa is financd in part by Ger oney Is a ma...

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. — 10 May 1918

tz 4.1* & f J CITY BAKERY and CAFE F. A. DEMMING , PROPRIETOR Outlook Montana. ph. -~ 1 I , *State Bank ' *of Ou~tloOk Does a genera1 kln business. Outook MontL 4 / If F':l n "4k z ' 'era}kt-ýt « ' f }ýi y `'T ý.. - xPa ý . PIC yd f u a ý Y -'ý ,F Y .1!. F ~tion £tie atmn~iistratlon has air the price of eoal at th.~imines jy )Mt 30 d ecnts. TIhis Ish*e figxufe lpx& ;hrig heore Mircb. 11, when. r dpwdion~ n~3 made 1n the bope of iiidue. dite people to store coal. Action as th9*ppflcattons of tbe va. -i1.' s riities for federl .roa' aid is bethg bgid up because of the 4scarctty oif rfrafthmnen and surveyors. - The stMte Iiighwify eonmmis'ion ler exper! eneing .consideralde difficulty in pro curlng the servikes of a sunfficient nflm ber of myn to centry on the work. T~Wei parties of su rveyorse a ie now l~a the. I'e4d and 'others will be sent ont as fast as they can be assembled. Prohnhly the smnalle'st newspaper ever issued in Montana is the Opt!. nist. a weekly newvspaiper wh...

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. — 10 May 1918

A PAPERk OPT Appliqatioa made may- Ioo0 at Plentyrwood;*ont;ii--M, hmAW-t M'aio *. ' 19 y Advertiuiug rates c . pCn placation. 8.buerip n~ one ~year, I drm~ $2L.00; mix 'mouths $1.26s.. i ;:sý '1"Aýý4 '. Quack, fraudulent ant Impsi i m! wrb ig`.aIº~ take it a" a favor if a". rede WER ad' h w wb 4 e V =O doubt~pr que~tioa thsew mIta of ctom firnw4w ~ ~ -FRIDAYT, MAY `O, .118, LetsTalkoftheP> Most of the newspapers in opposi tion to the League do not touch on its program but devote space to reehash ing exploded personal charges again st men active in the league or to de nouncing the League as disloyal, without producing any evidence for that serious charge against the pro ducers of the Northwest. The few papers that do mention the program dismiss it as impractical visionary and unworkable in a -sane community. To a man who has noth ing to do but ,daw dividends the League program looks not only hm practical, but dangerous as well. And it may be for him. 'The League program is in lin...

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. — 10 May 1918

i7 -. A'4I'l y Y ý « ;}re " ý +: t . r{,. TAX HifMI!M LAWS League Program Demanding Tax Exemptions Found Practical in Other Places. Ir reaffirming the demand for the exemption of farm improvements from' faxatlon, the Mihnesota conven tion of the- National Nonpartisan League draw a short line between who farm and those who mere ly. hiod the land for speculative prof its. When this becomes a law, the fajr mer who improves his land by drain ing, clearing, building and fertilizing will pay jo .more, taxes than the own er of similar land who allows his land to lie i4le. Consequently the real farm ers will pay relatively less taxes-and the lazqd speculators more. . 'Plan Practiced in Canld. * The plan is, not so much theory as !t Tl good buatiness sense for the famn operator and the state. By ea cbuirasing improvement and discour aging speculation in land, the state builds 'up its wealth. Through this method the provinces of 8askatche wan and Alberta in Canada have 4r41n thousands of farm...

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. — 10 May 1918

LTHE ICE MAN You will need him this weather and be will come on the jump be cause he knows that you need his ice. Just a little ice at very small cost will save a whole lot of expense in preserving perishable goods. Everybody wants the ICE MAN now. Call him yourself, today. or CONTINENTAL OIL CO., for Pure River Ice, Office phone No 3. Service at . Light and heavy draying, phone 141. TRANSFER LINE L:uwwm, and View Hotel - PHILLIP BOURASSA, Proprietor - - - Rooms with bath $1.50 Rooms with Water $1. New Sanple rooms in connection. Electric Lighted. Steaim Heated ood, .1, Orph0 Montana PER & GERRICK Blacsmenithing and. Repairing hoeing a specialty. Give us a trial: ok--- Montana E.CORBETT Barber SI F. G. Budge Pool Hall thOutlook, -* Montana the tb 0 .CAL uEWS ase1U lund of Froid was in on business matters. ilans of $aobey has Sweek. Murray was esiled to on aecount of the other. t A. W. Killam, of Froid, tywood Tuesday on Rees, who resides in cr about 15 miles north s in town Tues...

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. — 10 May 1918

w.77 Ifewer oneý - onte back, I antc * 99 in lOOMiller Tire. Outrun Standard GGuarantees EVEN tires made side by side in the same factory differ in mileage enormously. If you get a "lucky tire" it may run between 5,000 and 10,000 miler. The next may fail under 1,000. Not so with Miller. By rid- of thousands of records fur ding tires of "human variables" nish conclusive proof. 99 in 100 wear practically uni- Get a set -today. Try them form under like conditions. on opposite wheels. After that Today less than one per cant test of uniformity you'll never ever call for adjustment. Tens again trust to luck. Montana Motor Co. Plentywood, Montana f THE CITY CAFE CHOP SUEY, EVENINGS After EIGHT O'CLOCK Eat well, feel weil, do well It all depends on what eats you buy, where you ibuy your pats, and what you pay for your.eats. If xou buy rood eats you eat, well. If you eat. well, you feel well. If yoti fel well you do well. Most people eat at the CITY CAFE Why not you? _~ ~ ~ ,-iý~l~ l t~~~~~~...

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. — 17 May 1918

q/ M E I. U<.R 5 I it' ii ~~I Ž:fJSi7 ~a '*.ýy Y 1 '". ý Rx T . >`e sý a '% "+, YrilRSe teena r+kT , ~.Y--~6W' ^.yY1~,.' N^. ,sý Jht 43n Mý 0 THER QUWTA (F F CALLED TO COLtRS from next Saturday, or in rds, May 26th, another f young men of Sheridan 11 leavrp Plentywood to join 's Army at Camp Lewis, n, ywhere they will train months before following across the sea to do their rds helping the forces of toý defeat the vaunting ro .of autocracy. re called to register, al sixty--two, but it is expect ut fifty will be inducted service, the othlr twelve pted for one cause or an e tywood Home Guard are to give the boys a rous t ell and preparations are way for a splendid qele the evening before the 0 , vir4, Friday evening, ea ets are not yet com rt ever it is given out 'that Aq i grand ball at the Or L8 ter, and a general invi tioa tended to every one to ba and help make a merry t the boys will remem ing hen they are in the iF over the sea. sad ºis a list of the boys join thi colors: ...

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. — 17 May 1918

vsat In Plentywood Auto CITY BAKERY and CAFE F. A. DEMMING, - . - PROPRIETOK Outlook Montana. State Bank of Outlook Does a general bankiig business. Outlook, Mont. 4 fa. Rar gaits "0 4 e s .1 t ailas" frg Welsl 1er; W see broke, ucn break :4 k af o it . 3 nRo T3 aF saw en "` the -{e #4I a my . =4. 4 so.oAe ae Ulable to meet the NatnaINo partisan IAig on the ground ol beegg sOceOWio argumhen, "a0 -o pi*. to `Ea Its 'ow e tu, g laS Mikest. ;i Ua tryla top the rapid growth . the farmejg or alatfea bo f ,1 m*o ''volence he4 pereMIng petty loqal politcialns to prem ilgate abeurd decreep and il$egal orders which te.*ld, re** speech and peace f.l assemblage in open defiance to the United States Coastitution. This un-Aipeican eonspiracy ap* parently Is incited by certain 3Bi Business hede--.who are panicky be' cause they see their profits threat. ened-and is tactily encouraged l the governor of the stati, who to enforce the law and upholds lesser officials who themselves onaLive at 1awureat...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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