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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 30 August 1918

THE [O, A Wednesday evening at stalwart drafted mnen arrive4 I Moines on their way to Camp .from the state of Monthaa. had been on the road for many but they had lost none, f their On different parts of the engn the cars they had expressed th opinion in regard to the kaiser in Montana language. When they reached Des Moines they marched through the streets, each man carry. ing a suitcase and each fa e radia.t with smiles. At all the stations along the Northwestern where thur train stopped they made rapid fie, acquaintanc's with the girls who dtd not sctm to be at all afraid' of the big fel ows. The boys were not rude, they were simply jolly. A' month from Qnow, aftei many careful drill", their fern1e will be erect and their step will be uniform. They are in tse sc vice of their country, in obedi ernce to law. Tlhi, go'1a republic is fortunate in I avng 1h.. stalwart men from the open ccintri . They will find their :1 a ::t their superiors in France. D1iY1~ U I 'IIMER PASSED AWAY LAST...

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. — 30 August 1918

THE PRODUkfW A PPEa OP THEFEO a3 T W A P? Vopntinuuug the OULO #OOO PEOPLES Pu5U.t (G0Mfl# . 9slUsttRa Entered as Second Cl Mass , Optober 18, 1812, as the ?eo Be it Paty oWd, -ofan, ander Act of Iuarch, 1879 Ch ARLES E. TAYLOR, Editor sad Manager. Advehirsing rates on p liction. Baibsoriptian one year, in advance, ducers News, Box 687, $2.00; six months $1.26. Pleasywood Montans. Quack. freaduhat and i *s*w a take it as a favor it May readr (ti s priompU7 te p doubt or questlun the reliability ag - u1 r a`t FRIDAY, AUGUST 1;918, The Primariei The vote cast at the primaries it Tuesday was exceptionally small.. The towns and villages for the most part got out their entire strength, but the farmers, owing to the fact that the grain was shelling and the harvest was far behind, -did not cast more than a quarter of their vote, but what was cast "stuck" al most to a man. The way they "stuc_" brought despair to the hearts of the gangsters. It is true that the farmers did not put over their...

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. — 30 August 1918

gpAN COUNTY MEN - OFF FOR CAMP w4 (Continued ffrom Page OUe) -" They are proud to go. And they want the whole. world to know, They are coming, they are comilg From the land where the big crops grow. peaceful sons leave with saoulders guns, And now are going to be fighting Like (enerals Sheridan and Robert E. Lee Whn they hit that line. And they cross the river Rhine, You will wish you Sheridan, For the Sheridan Boys, f T. C. MOORE FAMILY IN AUTO ACCIDENT Tuesday evening the T. C. Moowe family who reside on the A. A. Ma jor farm, about eight miles south west of Froid on the Culbertson road, met with an auto accident which resulted in a broken arm for Mr. Moore and a broken collar bone for his son. At the time of the accident there were ten occupants of the car which was a big Buick, the roads being slippery after the heavy rain was, responsible for the driver losing cone trol of the car which skidded into the ditch and turned over, pinning Mr. Moore beneath it. A. A. Major and party ...

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. — 30 August 1918

AT ROOET TO PAPER HIRING THE . -Pawl DENT AT A DOLLAR A WQRD (4VE1S T i9RTICLES JtA TO REACTIONARY N_ E SPA PERS AlL OVER THE -WEST. is 'heodore Roosevelt, former presz dent of the United States, writing articles for the Kansas City Star ? Some people here explain his ent rance into dailyr jour2altn by sap ing that he wants t6 be preoId4 again, and that one of the editors of the Star hopes to become a member of his cabinet. But why did he dhoo*d the Star, and not some of the big Eastern newspapers? Was it that he wanted to fight the Nonpartisant league on its own ground; in the West? There appears to be reason for this belief. A year ago, just after he nadi closed his contract to write for the the Star. Roosevelt's disfavor there City. The Star rented a desk for the day, and the colonel sat there and had his picture taken. That was the last time he appeared in the oi fice. But before he left for his home in the East, Roosevelt delivered a,1i intimate talk to the members of the staff...

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. — 30 August 1918

TE9 to 13 SEP. POLUNNI COMES ON FlRT HIUNT Great Magician Gives Opening Prm gram of Chautauqua Festival. Poluhni. "One good trick is worth ten old ones,. says Poluhni, the master work man in the field of magic and illusion, and his program is built with that be lief in mind. Two of his original productions, one being The Spirit Painting," in which an unseen hand paints an oil canvas in full view of the audience, have been pronounced "beyond comprehension" by no less an authority than the great Kellar. You think there is nothing new un der the sun. See Poluhni and Com pany the first night of the Chautauqua Festival and be convinced that in one of the oldest fields of entertainment known to man there has actually been erted a program startI4ngly and most attractively new. It is a full evening of great entertainment, music, Wage and mystic illusion. A well-balanced war-time pro Pam, Don't miss it. 5 Nig hts--Se pt., 9 to 13! Change of Pro~amn Each Night AERTY BElLES AT CHAUTA1JWUA FEST...

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. — 30 August 1918

I LOCAL- -nii MAY *nmt - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - irof. Houston retuwra here the fatter part of last week.' Nels Tronson, Outlook farmer, was a Plentywood visitor Thuwadayy Gus W. "ahl, of Whitetalli was a business visitor here last Friday. * S S This is a good time to getirid of junk. Prices for old iron were never better. * ** 4ý Clair Stoner, progressive farmer of Outlook, was a busaes visitor here last Friday. * ** Banker A. Rueber and t C. Bants, both of Outleok,. wer Plentywood visitors Wednesday. * ** County Commissioner J. C. Tim mons, of Scobey, arrived, here Thurs day on business matters. .* * * Mr. and Mrs. Selmer Johnson, who live northwest of here, were in the city last Saturday evening. *s * Frank Smith; proprietor of the barber shop here, went to Fargo, N. D., on Monday of this week. S.* Dr. Steele and (belty -Commih sioner Frank Weinrich teturned from Poplar late Thursday afternoon. * S** Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lundeen, who live in the Outlook country, were Ple...

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 September 1918

A" .f • .'I N PEoPLE, 7 . .P EOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE Conch gthe OUTLOOK OD MOTR RVot VI. Number 5 S9VOLUME I. EN.TY Woo.j . .O..T. NAUMBER 21 .. . . . . . . Twenty Pertinent Questions To Be Asked of Registrants 1'ollowing are questions and in structions contained on the registra tion cards: QUESTION 1. Name-The name must be given in full, thus: First name, middle name, last name. For example, "John Henry Smith." Q L ESI'ON 2. Permanent home adidress-thi: means where you have -,,r petmannt home NOW, not the place where you work nor the place where you were born, unless that is Vour permanent home. Be prepared to g:ve it this way: "100 Woodward avenue, Detroit, Wayne county, Mich igna," or "R. F. D. No. 2, Jonesville, Smith county, Pennsylvania." If the ,egistrant lives in an apartment house he should state the number of the apartment in which he lives. QUESTION 3. Age in years State your age in YEARS only. Dias iegar, additibnal months or days. QUESTION 4. Date of birth-If you do not r...

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 September 1918

Attention Producers! Small individual store co-operation a thing of the past. The Montana Stores Co., a Cor poration, is co-operating on a plan where the power of co-operation will be of mutual benefit to the communi ty and state. Anyone interested in co-operation should acquaint them selves with the principles and work ing plan of the Montana Stores Co., now operating in Sheridan County, Montana. All inquiries and dates for explana tion on these principles will be cheer fully attended to by Gus W. Vahl Promoter Whitetail, - Mont. COOL DRINKS FOR Walk in and sit down We will treat you right THE VALLEY Kelly & Goodman, Proprietors Robt. R. Kahle OUTLOOK Sells the Champion Cream Saver Threshers' Supplies I Belting Tank Pumps Cup Greases Hose and Guaranteed Pullmore Belting WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF SUPPLIES FOR THE THRESHER AND FARMER Rob't. R. Kahie Dealer in Hardware and Furniture OUTLOOK : -MONTANA :1 . IF WE FAIL THE WORLD IS LOST American Soldiers Can Crush the Hun Only If Equi...

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 September 1918

ALL CITIZENS OF ]R.I~ti, COUNTY, 18 to 44' M , REGISTER S .8 3tR1 (Continued from Page ODe, area within which -you p0.ms a tiy reside." "If you do not know the de gns,. tion and address of the local board, address the card to the mayor in case your home is in a city of 0,0e0 population or over; to the clerk of your county, parish, or similar unit, in case your home is not in a city of 30,000 population or over; to the clerk of the county. to which you, county pertains for judicial purposes in case it has no administrative or ganization, or to the clerk of your township in case the area of your State or Territory is subdivided into diisions for the purpose of the ad. ministration of the selective-service law. Write also on the envelope which you have so addressed: "Reg istration of card of (your name), Street and number or R. F. D. No., city, town, or postoffice." In Case of Sickness "Any person, who, on account of sickness, is unable to present him self for registration on the day s...

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 September 1918

THE P A PAPER OF THE EOIE.;IT P me. T_, ' -QPLE Continisaiithe %$gthe L O PEOPLES PUBLISHING COMPANY, PUBLISHER t Entered s Saecond Cle. Vatteri etIbr i8, 1 f',, tie PtOffice at Plentywood, Montana, Unde the. . of XIr 3, 1879, , CHARLES E,.T.LYLOR, ditor and Manager. Advertising rates on ap- Communications should plication. Subscriptionu be addresed to The Pro one year, in advance, dneerm News, 1xO 587, $2.00; six months $L.25. Plentywood, Montana. Quack, fraudulent and irresponsible firms are iot knowingly advertied. +ad we will take it as a favor if any reader will advise aus pwomptly shel tht .ihave de n to doubt or question the reliability of any firm which patronises our advertising columns. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1918, To Aid The Farm Lon Bank "Killing two birds with one stone" is better than Killing one bird at a time. At least, the old adage would imply as much, aid this is precisely what the federal government has a chance to do now. On the one hand our Federal Land Bank find...

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 September 1918

a, . ........ y . .ý- ,t Y^s-1 ,,,,; ý-rni 0In. A .. l r .r * y Ae * comne to another big tasW. This time we need not call for helpers. The volunteer workers stream in myriad hosts along the main highway leadi~n to victory and -vindication. All patriots, by confession. The grumblers are awed into silence. If the taint of disloyalty re mains anywhere it is hidden as a shameful secret The heads are wag ging and we hear many bold as surances: "I'll do all I can." "I'll go as far as the next fellow." "I'll take all I can afford to take" We are spealing, of course, of the Fourth Liberty Loan and the willing ness of the war-bactersto subscribe. This time we do not explain a Liberty Loan and how it worlds, or why webattle with Germany-or that a war costs money. It will just about r require a. search-warrant to find a man who does not say that he willd tale all of the bonds he can "afford" * to take. But, 0 my botntrymen, we needy night schools and correspondence schools, private tutors and...

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 September 1918

DO 1L D To the Citizens of Gota ( y: The following letter, seat t y the poultry and egg sction tom Food Administration at Wab t has reached us from the State `od Administration office at Bozeman and we desire to call your attention to it and urge your co-operation in ' it. As one of the many ways you may help in the conservation of food in this time of need. "The practice of slanghtering eo called broiler turkeys weighing two to four pounds each (which is ap proximately 25 per cent of the weight of the matured birds) we consider wasteful and we are appealing to the hotels, clubs and restaurants, where they are mostly consumed, to discon tinue to serve them. We desire dealers to refrain from purchasing these immature birds, and also that they encourage pro ducers to allow them to mature, thereby increasing our meat supply. Your co-operation in informing all interested parties will be appreci ated." Let the Birds Grow to a Good Size Every farmer knows how little he has to feed his pou...

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 September 1918

PRllOMINENT STN. OF STATE4WS urn Fal Trade Commission Brings t T body" Is Robbing ProdV.&sr .Woul Be Rm.idy, Uy FM tw. 0. .oyiaa.. Stheir tstimony before the fedMral a--es commisslon a number of tihl ot prominent stock buyers of th Watry have expressed themselves un 1.C9ledly in favor of the public own gghp of stockyards. Depending, _s hey do, upon the grower for their commission and upon the packer ,or their market, the commission men havre been extremely cautious in their testimony; but, under the skillful ques. foning of Mr. Heney, several of them were led to state clearly the evils of private ownership, and to point out how those evils could be cured by public ownership. Heney Gets Facts. The following extract from the tes timony of Mr. E. W. Houx, of Kansas City, is a good example of the attitude of the commission men: Mr. Heney-What is the effect on production of these violent fluctua tions in the market? Mr. Houx-I think it has a disas trous effect. Men will come to town ...

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 September 1918

I s e 9+, - _ . FE I ! 3t\ I Dam Fanness tal F re a a Company For Pariculars, Call or Write to KARL SNEEN, Agent OUTLOOK, MON ANA CASPER & GERRICK General Blackasithing an4 Repairing ,Horse-shoeinrg a specialty. Give us a triaL Outlook - - - Montana Plentywood Bakeryt Groceries, Butter, Eggs, Cream, Ice Cream: and Cold Drinks LIGHT LUNCHES SERVED ALL DAY ED WEISS, Proprietor Practical Plumbing in allite branches is our spedial work. Having a thorough know ledge of the modern practice of Plumbing we are familiar with the scientific and up-to-date principles of the trade. We employ none but experienced help and use only the C Lvery best materials. Our work is careful and thorough and we do it * promptly. We give thoroughly good - work at very moderate prices. Alfred Garneau Plentywood, - - - Montana' EQUITY Hail, Fire and Automobile INSURANCE Save Your Insurance for the Equity. It is Fwners Cooperative Insurance. Patronize your own Institutions. t Best and Cheapest. PM' ~ ~ -- -~:...

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. — 13 September 1918

FOR TH PE PL f7xf ~ i Ink vi~l ~!T~f IZ7UW~iW.u 4 SOLDIER WRCE AN INTERESTINGLEa The Producers News is proud to publish the following letter which is from one of the hundreds of Sheridan county boys who has been on the battle front on active duty since the Americans' first campaign. This let ter is from Corp. Jos. C. Burnha4 g"Co., 26th Inf., A. F., F. Mr. Burnham has been a resident of Out look and Dooley. He has a brother at the latter Soo line town-Harry Burnham, barber and hotel propriet or. Corporal Burnham gives an ac count of the doughboys from their sailing up to August 9th, this year, which is very interesting. Read it: "Harvest is on here and the wheat crop is good. Fortunately the ground which we captured from the Huns in July was covered with wheat, har vested and shocked, ready to be gar nered and which helped some. I am going to tell you something of a doughboy's life since coming to France. We sailed from the United States in December, 1917, on the Levethan or Vaterla...

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. — 13 September 1918

_ f TV -ri,'l S all individal store co-opatisa a thing of the past. The Montana Stores Co. a Cer poratione is co-operating *s a plan where the power of eo-operatlegs will be of mutual benedt to the eammuai* ty and state. Anyone ,nterested in co-operation should acquaint them* selves with the principles and work ing plan of the Montana Stores Co., now operating in Sheridan County, Montana. All inquiries and dates for explana tion on theie principles will be cheer fully attended to by Gus W. Vahi Promoter Whitetail, - Mont. COOL DRINKS FOR 8ot ays Walk in and sit down g We will treat you right THIIE VALLE Y Kelly & Goodman, Proprietors Robt. R. Kahle OUTLOOK Sells the Champion Cream Saver Threshers Supplies Beltin Tank Pump Hio. and Guarj we c- ro - Z3L lmbrI5 y a tig ilot wasted jSst to let the big game know ihe eeay is retbag. The hunters are. ,.ab ny eniue muns, brbshiig then tut fr m tk ' trMaty guns, keeping the ammunition dealers busy dishiig out shells, be des i~th faiiatir...

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. — 13 September 1918

Dana M. Easton, formerly attOg at poplar, who is wit" . , fighting forces in Fialce u#. edi in action by a shapne1 ,r explosive and lie out on the field for two days before he found and taken to a bespital. Easton is still in the base hopes and recovering from a fracture of right hip and a broken thigh. The injury to the thigh is near the groin and was caused by. a machfite billet. He finds cdrolatioa is the fact that he "got" one or two ok the miserable Hun pigs, even though he suffered considerably while lying owt in "no man's land." St. Vincent Academy Helena, Mont. t Accredited by the State Uni- d versity. a A Boarding and Day . School t For Young Girls. WRITE FOR CATALOGUE. tl di DELCOIIGHT W S. Runs on Kerosene or Gas Figure what this means in twenty years' time. hu Suppose you use 536 elec- th4 trical horse power or 400 kilo- a watts of electricity a year. tio cei Delco-Light will make an av- WE erage 4 kliowatts to the gal- fro lon of kerosene. Therefore if con you use 400 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. — 13 September 1918

~THEPRODUE *S.N ' A PAPER OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PI L Obntinuing e O ^OM PEOPLES POI)USigl e -CQPAm ; Entered as Second Class Matter, October,18, 1949 at 6s Potoffe at Plentywood, Montana, Undei the Act of s tek %89 CHARLES . TAYLO1R. Edho and Ma1sger Advertising rates otn ap- CommunicitionL!:bould plication. Subscription be addredsetae Pro one year, in advance, ducere New s, Box 587, $2.00; six months $1.25. Plentywood, Xontsia. 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 havwe.salon to doubt or question the reliability of any firm which patronises our adyettshiag Dumns. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1918, The "Lunacy League" The old saw says, "A drowning tr man will grasp at straws." p] How true is the above is well prov- fz en by the latest antics of Amalga- vi mated Associations of Political Pap bh Suckers" who convened in Plenty- al wood a week or so ago and organized oi themselv...

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 September 1918

441 -, .. *~- F ~~~, t4 - * 1'i u w__ __ __m"i t lam only acog in agiant machine, a fink of an end' Iaonyacgiagatmchebtavalik An the rond are drawn adterusaefid, An the catinhasent fro hi wao-ln to fill

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. — 13 September 1918

men of the euiual a ist In nation are practically sad the September 9w 1 the remaining amen :th The -tpr showi twit huet 216,57Omee stil ea in Cam I in the rntire bountry ;,said statementIs ` ad; that the.. be necessary to fit the new qui to calfe as that the reag tion l)enads of the natlo* sau urged to -ue.- nipossible spt in c 1*sifying registat who ag flsted on Septemlr 1L The provost marsibl's r'po t that 9,586,508 men relstere4 first draft call, Jm ne ,1917,; ti deduction from June 5= to IOe.%, 1917, took 868,195 of these;Afst" naires were filed by 8,728Sltmaes on Dec. 15, 1917, and the seci e. tion, or deferred classification, hh 6,322,912 from this list. The total number of men placed Im Class 1 on Dec. 15, 1917, was 2,400 401; the third deduction from Dec. 15; 1917, to Mayy 1, 1918, 1,344,498. - The fourth deduction from May a to August 1 of this year took a total of 1,253,613, leaving the balance of Class 1 available for service Aug. 1, 1918, totalling 90,885. Added to thes...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
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