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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 13 September 1918

OUR WASHING-Tr TER ý ngtof, D. C., Sept. 12.-Pro ve Democrats here in the na capital--and the war has ht a lot of them into the for. elat at the victory of the Na Nonpartisan league in the Ida primaloes. From top to bottom ffarme' ticket went over, 11ead of lining UP for the .qld pat power trust, mining trust, r trust and railroad crowd, the ers indorsed Senator Borah and Democratic senator, Nugent, for ection, and named a list of ressive men to run on the Demo tic ticket with Nugent. In addi to the nomination of H. F. els for governor, the Leaguers succeeded in putting two for .looking Democrats on the No r ballot for congress. onopoly control of this western has thus been broken by the e combination of farmers and labor that is at work in the Sakots and Minnesota cam prospects for the election the entire League Democratic tic are bright, and both Purcell and n, nominated by the League congress, will back President n up to the last notch. Farmers Meet In the Capital ther boost for ...

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. — 13 September 1918

.,.ýt.calw. a4.; s ? oes' o-r ,.:, t r n djýl bi4Sj 'NOýýX'"`c *!ý^iE. -. .z :,..$'-' ...9 ý'ý` a .1ý? ii{fK ýr . 'T :` Y Edit %^ ienay*rttOr - ` to ak P i aa frimens. Joe Wix, do: +V a was a ¶lena rwood `is 1..t1 b afternoon. Jap RHitley, Dateviw a er A. in town last Sjt rky, atte dfg to busiuess matters. mornmng for 1Patt iril,. ia, Mt former home, for a vilt wits tives an. friuids. County Commissioner J. : Ti up mona returned to his home at Scob last Saturday morning after attead ing to business matters here, 4'kTeu day and Friday. J. J. GUN TNHER ATTORNEY-AT. LAW General Law Practice I PLEUITYWOOD., MtOTANA K. M. JOHNSON Uawetakeen * And Furudlure Plentywe*d. Emenana C. E COR BETT - BARBER SHOP AND BILLIARD HA.L: S arameiw are Always Welcome . h( SOutloolc, m -6Mntn am.1 /The City Cafe 44 EAT WELL, FEEL WELL, DO WELL It all depends on what eats you buy, where you buy your eats, and what you pay for your eats. If you buy good eats you eat well. If you eat well, you feel well. If ...

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 September 1918

/P- WW ~r.MAIL, ýý fM r 14 F ! 4 5 , p; : F O H P O L { t~ ru~s~~ "~ 5~~. Z~ {ý!'; VoL VI`4u; I it. .. . rý ý ý )J .l :ýý~ 54 ' ^,rfr ' VOLUM rI -. '.riýý?". 'ý 'ý.$3. .f rrt)A Nýý#ýr ¬t ý'.ý J N:".!t ,' t r dON 'G9 A .. 'iFRU A, A SF.TýBE 20. 191 . N MBE 2 THRESHE R I ýii :r UlBERTSON LAD PASSES AWAY AT CAlP DODGI The startling news that their 'son Charles, was at death's door reaches Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Olson of Ctil. ,ertson Saturday, August 31. Mrs Olsen immediately prepared 'to go tc Des Moines, Ia., the next day on No, 2. Early Sunday morning another tegram arrived, stating that ' hes sod was dead. An abscess a d9 veloped in the boy's ear. He was op erated upon, but did not surthe the operation. Charles Olson left Glasgow ' July 26th with the draft quota, and * was in training only a month pre vious to his death. The young man lived on a home stead at Thoeny and registered in Valley county, leaving with the July contingent. Charles Edward Olson was born in Cascade county, Mouit...

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. — 20 September 1918

8malp 1nsIdsal .$w segur#2se a thisof the 0 est The Mostana Steum Co.. * Cor. ptatie, Is c.operalag em a plan where the pwer of -oporatlon will be of mutual benedt to the coma'al ty salt state. AnYe Itetested in co-operatien should e etamM thm selves with the prtiwlplds asa work. ing plan of the Montana Stores Co., now operating nt Sheridan Coauty Montana. All inquiries and dates for explana tion on these prl.cples will be cheer fully attended to by Gus W. Vahi Promoter Whitetail, - Mont. COOL DRINKS FOR Walk in and sit down We will treat you right THE VALLEY Kelly & Goodman, Proprietors 4p a Robt. R. Kahle OUTLOOK Sells the Champion Cream Saver Threshers' Supplies BetinE .~~~~ TaI.4tpsf Idaoft asj~~R w.r,~aty _.d1W1-2,. 1* j y S. A. Iter ,. h r3 d, .t SW 144 S8 14 284640. 4ea, Washlastion to Doui W. Jacob us, warranty deed, SE 14, 12.2484 U. S.. A. to Harrison D. Ludiagto), patent, N 1-2, 17-7-48. F. 3. Smith to Joseph Winter,,war' ranty deed, NE 14, 25-32-55. Mrs. A. L. Grant ...

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. — 20 September 1918

COUNYRIN J FROID )(rs. J. W. Schnitzler and 1t11. paghter left the first of the week for a visitl with the former's ,ght3, a Graild Forks. GrdoCi Echren, of HomRea ,1 sold a 'fine quarter section eo rmers otion land to J. W. Schuitsler, t week, The land joins Mr. Schaitts jei's taach. Attorney B. L. Spencer, who has been helping out with the work at gillam's law office, left this week for neapolis to enlist in some branch of military service. M. B. Hogan made a quick trip to Westby, Mont., Thursday to get his better half who has been visiting Plenty wood Bakery Groceries, Butter, Eggs, Cream, Ice Cream and Cold Drinks LIGHT LUNCHES SERVED ALL DAY ED WEISS, Proprietor Practical Plumbing in all its branches is our special 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 very best materials. Our work is * __careful and thorough and we do ...

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. — 20 September 1918

ont na Undertl ofiM 3, 4 ý E. T OR, it Advertising rates on ap- ommume one one year, in a .Amc.m do a a e . b *º Rt11 Quack, ft uduis'tadnes osi~fmamr Y~~ gnkdrdLamid we wil take it as a favor if any reader will advise us promptly should they have oceasion to doubt or question the reliability of any firm which patronizes our advertising eolumns. FRIDA The 19J& ['hea Frie_ The Washington administration hs just announced that the Shq pri e which have held for two eas be continued as minimum prices through the 1919 season. A coxi s sion has also e a 'study the whole fielf to dd e i a higher price is necessary. Surely a commission is hardl q e termine that a highe prtcek t1 es sary in view of the way what the farmer has to buy jhat i 8ras4 price in the last two years and will increase further seU# . wheat in 1919. The fixed prices were low in 19i7 and the farmers accp :tti 4ih out protest at that time through pa -t ioti-mutives-and eeaus&ther wa w, wood and 'ther materials; nor ...

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. — 20 September 1918

3 -1 b yg RHT 't euqb lo 3 ci . . i t ? i K iff FA ~ rl T r v ý r . t t . 71 4: y rji u +,: ý,i' .! ýi.s. ý. . . L~"W _zr 1 There were 62 names in a recent ý ilgli1 Twenty-tw&ifthiostaewrernehts _r ere ami The Yet they-were; ail iYaiaks."4 The casallseqmin - * rg oer ti cle. Oh, yes, the S ,and oneses and Br are all there." All the boys p groapt-great-graxndfatj and great-gr dfather and grandfathers and fatve, Miae, fought ut~tht here -their na es arein the lists. Yet, meh e a olun I salute t t and Mente and Schwarz - to these " Yan fI4tb and mo the just a few that at la et their 2eyesb i tru.ne Why, we' filks who hw ii~ve hr al our lives and who ~ant r~neibe when our find r er here's a rich besngr a Th~eselpe. wo came to our sT ores believing in us ar~~~ 'belief Their boys are ,ýg I fr. Ttr ir =ommn They are "YanIs-G6odbIs hir And every time-you buy a Libezty Bond you put a newer an" sgher cifge icb the hearts of all our boys, but eseia thsse boys whose prants came here so that...

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. — 20 September 1918

St. Vincent Academy Helens, Mont. Accredited by the State Uni. versity. A Boarding and Day Scool For Young Girls. WRItE FOR CATALOGUE. DELCO-LIGHT Runs on Kerosene or Gas Figure what this means in twenty years' time. Suppose you use 536 elec trical horse power or 400 kilo. watts of electricity a year. Delco-Light will make an av erage 4 kliowatts to the gal lon of kerosene. Therefore if you use 400 kilowatts, this means you would use 100 gal lons of kerosene a year at a cost of 20 cents a gallon. This equals $20.00 a .year operating cost for fuel, or in twenty years $400.00. Let as suppose, however, that you had to use gasoline, which cost 85 cents a gallon. This would make the yearly tost $35.00, or in twenty years, $700.00. Due to the fact, therefore, that DELCO-LIGHT runs on kerosene, you will save in twenty years the difference be tween $700.00 and $400.00, or $300.00. Isn't that worth considering? Write.or Wire A. O. HEDBERG of Froid, Mont., for free de monstration. Auction Sal...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 20 September 1918

OU WOAISSHIN A 0U iWASHINGTON LETTER Washigtop We V., acep.. LW.-1s gas a prettY good come-back to tie Chamber of COnunst.e of the United in its demand thýt resident Wilson repudiate the 'ittaponslble" federal trade comnmssh, tba was sent the president on Augnfi SI by the Farmers' National Committed cling Plants and Allied Indugtries. jt read: "tWe feel that the commission h'as performed a most notable srvie trough its exhaustive, careful inves tigation and through publication of . report, which, based on documents from the packers' files, is beyond controversy. * "It is our opinion that the recom mendations made by the commission are peculiarly wise and timely, and that if enacted into law so as to be permanent in effect, they will break down the monopolistic tendencies, open up a field of fair competition, correct most of the abuses of which to economies in production, shipment we complain, as producers, and lead and treatment of livestock and meat products, that will secure benef...

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 September 1918

. . r t ;s. $ d ý " w ' . '" ý -- .IL M I s ' u ý ý, r '5 .400( rf c9 nt * l Ytue aM Ft .n * _QyCosper, £#n et- "Dmlevlqw's S1 ."'yf ý 0 !, th last Saturday. - .. - iMrs. pAst . ý. Mq~re _1t lapt Sat day miorkipg 'to Y-t- 4a SoV time wif!Ii hr a Le.nt ta da1 'a i ~. ~ii )I~. ames`acid M~r.' and Mrs. Charles Larter, and Mr, and Mrs. Sim Fawcett, farmed who r side in the Outleok district, were county seat visitors'a Priaay J. J. GUNTHER ATTORNEY AT LAW G neial Law Penatce PLENTYWOOD. MON'T'ANA Spt 2Libett L Sept.28tIh BARBER SHOP AN HALL FUargeW are Always e. The Ci Cak/ EAT WELL, FEEL WELL, DO WLL Itya}Ldependson what eats yiou bii, w'ee o buy your eats, and what you pay for your eats. If you buy good; ats you eat well., If you eat well, you feel xvell. Iif you feel well you do well. Most people eat t the CITY CAFE. Why not you? CHOP SUEY, Evenings after 8 o'clock OH BOYS, LOOK! The Girls want Norskes, Swedes and French The English, Japs and all, To dress up in their overaly And come...

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 September 1918

ni!;PRODUC NE A PAPEROFý. POF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE Continuing the OUTLOOK PROMOTER Vol. VI. Number 8 VOLUME I. PLENTYWOOD, SHERIDAN COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27 1918 NUMBER 24 "Save Her From The Hun---Buy Liberty Bonds" UIBERTY LOAN ORGANIZATION >` L. NEI L N HEADS BOND CAM pAlGNVit-USON NEL ASSURES At .a ncting held here Tuesday S_: week the Sheridan Stnization for the fourth L been completed, and . suilhcient to insure oe- the top" very short caLc begins tomorrow, -ro wer in buying the ýL teat the government tl:e organization as wluK; chairman is N. of the State Bank h Cail Bull, vice sttate Bank of tary. George D. Orp:cum theater, *it an4 ha has madertising end St'e past three llbe assistou we 1(: " servinlg t co-mmiytes cov -'C n activities. .. ., ... £ý - county. no clcurtv.ew a -sted in know o are to T ' follcwing Mr tharrespec *.o954 L. V. G. An1der'. . , - -,.-S-. . Du, Reisto; 0 . L.4 Hy1b 0 .T.on, F roidt; E . C. c - no Coi Yosn Bai Class O...

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 September 1918

Small inlividual ire t o-oerat . a thing of the past. The Mestena Staegs Ce, a Cer peratien, is to-perating on a plan where the power of es-operation will be of mutual benet to the cauemmal ty and state. Anyone interested in co-operation should acquaint them selves with the principdid and work ing plan of the Montana Stores Co, now operating in Sheridan County, Montana. All inquiries and dates for explana tion on these prinaiples will be cheer fully attended to by Gus W. Vahi Promoter Whitetail, - Mont. 00COL DR IN KS FR Hot Days Walk in and sit down We will treat you right THlE VALLEY Kelly & Goodman, Proprietors Robt. R. Kahe OUTLOOK Sells the Champion Cream Saver IIN hreshers Supplis r - B <if ^t. 4AeI .t Talk Lutheran cla services will be hell at the fUd _? places and en -the: aI~ dates: P Oe r#woo d-2ept. St 11 in.f betr-6 atad , 'da xn. at, t 11ta. m. Oc 7 special aer'oes fa Jnglish at : w, r . Contfraatbn class m~ete on Saturday, Sept. 28, at 10 a. m. )e~ely-4-ept. 29,...

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 September 1918

$LEAND HOTELK PLENTYWOOD. MONT. New Addition Make your hearpnatha PlEASANT ROOMS ALL MODERN CONVENIENCES. Nice Home Surrounding MRS. IDA ANDERSON, PROP. PLENTY WO.OD Plenty wood Bakery Groceries, Butter, Eggs, Cream, Ice Cream and Cold Drinks LIGHT LUNCHES SERVED ALL DAY ED WEISS, Proprietor Practical Plumbing Pt in all its branches is our special 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 very 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' REGISTERED SHORTHORN t BULLS "IF IT IS TRUE THAT FOOD WILL WIN THE WAR, AND WE THIN1 IT IS, THEN GOOD BULLS ON TUE `ABM WILL HELP WIN WAs'' -1). . WILLARD in Dakota Farmer A good purebed wia value of each calf it least $10.00. What is a good l" of ten Iw ftr oaesear...

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. — 27 September 1918

-yýý ~ -" " 'ta s__- _ ,r .w ra " 4,_ plication . S 40u 8criptar; $2.00; six iron.h~ P Quack;" fraudu entantirroaosj1ki.aeitkoi take it-as a favori, lany ,eader will advis. us *zvuptiw. shulo*d h~..aa.l o doubt or question the reliability of any 4ianm whMb Vataoniaes ouaotiuavgu 'y FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1918, i"'IVould Defy C"nstiI6,itmKj -Jn r Lowe, the "Lunacy League" a did(a e for State Senator' from county, who camouflaged clf as the "Farmet Candidate" . ceedeod in securing enough oE this confusion to get himself r ninalced on the -republican ticket at V August Primaries, and then, in p:c on, having himself endorsed AŽ "Lunacy League" along with k Luggan and "Efficiency" Jim .:ord"l in a desperate effort. to a c h:gnself from the political - next November, is surely 1.1ri an" of no dilution. ii "Americanism is well illustrat L _ iis platform as filed on his .ninating petitions before the pri or r with the office of clerk & re c: cir as provided by law. ead the follow g: Acce...

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. — 27 September 1918

.ý~ ~~ R ." r.4{ u d P1*n, Winon, C. Th4u Br~ IBU D. NESBI Thrrecwre 6M2.amesmisa recet casuaty Ist Villottolig~f. t hranpu~~ and Wesey Knuton1andToraJoMximAvith iereamong tem. k coldfid s antntinaiie a y u neow 'Y.G o ruk Cty tr . foart. Deke r~ Ye ..t the is re W. J"r Y9nks Ohye, heSmihs ad onsesan Bows re llthrar.lJneS. larOwDitfCOR A Mr g V~ " T1 , A E . ~R O A grnfres avl.her -th 4N MATOS M eaSh rz-to these " Yanks hosefathersaGa.mothereu e . Pea ?backsteJed fom dck todockaiydblinedcteir ees i YhrknoCedge.... th i atterdemso reo a cm re ow >o m ajt laC He n adM MM Y L etn F; oasvihr aii r ontgh E p c l . . el ev~v n, N~w Y Thowa 1W YorkeC Y o Theire werens mitl be1 arrecenfigt casualety, list. t ha ob qene.Co bGeyrrT . . ARonNur roilpr Tve enty-w yof thoenamesr woerenfment wh ouwreobviouslyt of forignrtyBlonds da~e~ A a. natna Josepogv Msacietew aand George Verkoulsh os VilTtor andt Wesoly Kivnutshon andsToras Maiovithe weret amcongo them. Libertyd W*Ye Sow it wen th GorekIt...

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. — 27 September 1918

Neiee Isjerty _A4 5dB. hereiafter pas.d *m appointod p mbea rs ii ,laory Ord of Sheridpa Montana, for the orpe'¶O u regsitrats in *uswerein the qa tions propounded to them In their respective qutesionnre s. In every community a conn ittee -its mm"ne with power to prole headquartesa and assistants and to dzistl into ser DELCOLIGHT Runs Qal Kerosene or Ga Figure what this means in twenty years' time. Suppose you use 536 elec. trical horse power or .40 kilo watts of electricity a year. Delco-Light will make an av erage 4 kliowatts to the gal lon of kerosene. Therefore if you use 400 kilowatts, this means you would use 100 gal lons of kerosene a year at a cost of 20 cents a gallon. This equals $20.00 a year operating cost for fuel, or in twenty years $400.00. Let us suppose, however, that you had to use gasoline, which cost 35 cents a gallon. This would make the yearly cost $35.00, or in twenty years, $700.00. Due to the fact, therefore, that DELCO-LIGHT runs on kerosene, you will save ...

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. — 27 September 1918

THE PLENTY WOOD T & B COMPANY will close out their entire I lneof Dry Goods, Furnishings, Shoes, Groceries and Crockery ware---In fact everything in their large store must go at this sale-- Commencing On I. We wviii sell you four bars of white e SPECIAL N T E!We own nearly all of our merchandise at laundry soap for 25c, or 100 bars for NOTICE! about one-half of what it would cost in the $6.00This store will be open for market today. --- business fronm 6 o'clock in the We will sell you five bars of~ yellow morning until 6 o'clock in the .You should consider the matter of not only laundry soap for 25c, or 100 bars for .evening, every day of the sale ex- buying for your immediate use but for your cept on Sunday. Saturday nights future needs as well. ntl9 o'clock. Our lines are complete and you find just Standard Corn and Peas, per case $4.00 what you want in first quality merchandise at our store. O K Remember----those who come first will have Standard Tomatoes, per caae $5.75 the ...

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. — 27 September 1918

.:ý " spy . ý "Ir 1" ~t 8 , +? ps ' Mr.1f county - J. '. Redmond, the county audito , made a business trip to Minneapo s and St. Paul last e.k. '> *4* Banker A. Reuber and Chas Lun deen, both of Outlook, were. visitors at the county seat Monday of this week. Mr. and Mrs.. Leo Lindenmann, of Redstone, and Otto King, -of Nava jo, were county seat visitors last Saturday. * * * John Anderson,'of Froid, the farm ers' nominee for county commission er, was a county seat visitor last Saturday. J. J. GUM THER ATTORNEY-AT-LAWI General Law Practice PLENTYWOOD, MONTANA 'I Fourth Liberty Loan Sept. 28th C. E. CORBETT . BARBER SHOP AND BILLIARD HALL Farmers are Always Welcome. Outlook, - - Montana The City Cafe 4 EAT WEL.L, FEEL. WELL, DO WELL It all depends on what eats you buy, where you buy your eats, and what you pay for your eats. If you buy good eats you eat well. _ If you eat well, you feel well. If you feel well you do well. Most people eat at the CITY CAFE. Why not you? CHOP SUEY, Eve...

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. — 4 October 1918

i~~ ; ··· . . ..> '+:" ;' a++"" f f m ' ý ý' ' ." a+ + . ý M 2 Y" + ,ý ,,",+! ' h .3 - - ýy .- " . k.ý ý " /1 IK ,PV *++ ,K ...E PRPLE,+ O draft++, f, th W. -O ...". c~~nunubig~~~ "ý U l O K ~ O O r R VoL VI. Number8 VOLUME I . PLENY PLENTYWOOD, SHEiDAN C, MOANA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER rDTr IM" P .mLr , ,, .._ . ,~ ~ ,,,; ,s~upa~. -. ... . Ii-'-F~'~~~P1 •, HI~)JIII HERTLING CABINET' FALLS AS BULGARIA SURRENDERS Collapse of Turkey Considedred I ithbI. Way Into Austria Opened to Alies War May End Soon Bulgaria is definitely out of the war and Turkey, virtually cut off from communication with her allies and her armies in Palestine almost annihilated, likely soon will be forced to sue for a cessation of hostilities against her. Seeing defeat staring her in the face through the swift progress of the Serbian, Italian, British, Greek and French troops in the reclaiming of Servia and the invasion of Bulgari an territory, the Bulgars begged for an armistice, reserving " to them elves no conditio...

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. — 4 October 1918

Attention Producers! Small indivfdual 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 ota ys 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 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. Kahle Dealer in Hardwere ad PFsitur OaLUME ! 2 . YPi - CuNFS 4ONJTIE TAXATION OF WAR OFT I OUR WASHINGTON LETTER Washington, D. C., Oct...

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