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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 24 November 1922

y .. i a . .. p . .. g : - __NWWLSTC. A PAPER, OF .THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE i,---V No. 33 PLENTYW.OOD, SHERIDAJN COUNTY, IQNTANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER-24, 1922 the OutWooS PrDmoy :I-.,. V j~ . -. .;t.:i: .' . . , .. - - ;; :- , 81eridan Couuntj News a:d Dbd. 'Si.le 8 QOOSEVELT CANVASSINGBOARD DEARES POPLAR T COUNTY SEAT SATIONAL DECISION THlROWS OUT 3 PRFECINCTS ssin Board Decides That the Chrg of the Voting Place From One Place to Another Without Authority, Nullifys Election, Thus Throwing Out Precincts 31, 28 and 3.Y 97 VOTES oAR DECLARED COUNTY SEAT BY 97 VOTES loni +Nox. 22..--The county opntast in "Toosevelt county took a ritematic characteristic last a afternoon, November the when the canva sing board of et count'n conslStilg of .Coun Smistioners Jack Patch, George n and County Treasurer W. L. d sustOi ne' tlhe petition of a of taxtpa-crs, of Roosevelt p ra-nr'g n 'tht certain pre in Roo:e\velt C(ount'y be thrown because of alle ed irregularities, h petition woa f...

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. — 24 November 1922

REPORTIOR MONT. The special live stock report issued i today by Geo. A. Scott, agricultural i statistician, shows that the state's c cattle and sheelp are in- excellent con dition, with a supply of winter feed 1 and range on hand adequate for win-I ter needs. Cattle shipments from the ] state are abnormally heavy, consider ing the supply, due-in part to forced liquidations. The sheep industry is still on the up-grade, and is featured by brisk demands and paying prices for lambs and good sheep. CATTLE: The condition of cattle is 94,per -cent of normal, while the range and pasture condition is 90 per cent. He iy ,shipments feature the , cattle business, the reports indicating that this ydar's -shipments will be 128 per cent of last year's. Many cattlemen have faund it necessary to sell heavi ly in order to get from under old fin ancial burdens. Thus sales- have not been cInfined to stuff fit for market, .and considerable useful breeding stock has gone out too. Prices have been such th...

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. — 24 November 1922

velt County Farmer Keeps Accurate Records rOne farmer who ranks oplthe roper keeping of farm a ad accounts resides in Roose scount. His name is William coand he resides in the Pio ri "at-unity, north of Culbertson. O cBride received second hon r atte fco"petitior, in which a n a stae of farmers" record and Sbooks were inspected, for hav e most complete and well kept of his farm operations. o ar Mi. i~cBride's farm Sdi at. that he at all times Sthe exact status of each indi proect thereon. He declares that such knowledge is gt value in clndlucting farming s,t especially in view of pres arketing coni itions. Winter Wheat in State Nelt Year, U. S. Report Says d Forks, N. l).-1eduction of Ger * v1-r of ai:l to some ex tin the Dakota' and Montana due inualv dry ( ,,ilI as well as an even tstart of the v.inter grains -al . n, is inic;.at-li in the semi hy r.orts 'ofom the northwest Sthe last half of October, issued byf . Diamoncd. sltitician here for United States bureau of agricul- I rl ...

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. — 24 November 1922

THE PRODUCERS NEWS PAPNIE OF' THE PEOPLE, BY THEbPEOPLZ, FOR THE. P OPLE Continuing the OUTLOOK PROMOT.ER . - PEOPLES PUBLISHING COMPANY, PUBLISHER Entered as Second Class Matter, October ,18, 1912, at the Po-;r office at-*Plentywood, Montana, Under the Act of March 3, 1879. CHARLES 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 aiy 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, NOVEMBER 24, 1922 ... .-biit .. . . ... . =n ..... .'.ic ...... ..n ~fc~~sig o . . . . I } .. WE' NEED THE MONEY This is the liquidating time in Montana. Everybody who has a claim ag.inst any one else is anxious to collect. Because of the hard times, many claims that ought to have been paid, have been put off from time to time un til it seems ques...

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. — 24 November 1922

LOCAL NEWS ever thing in Miners' Sup e hae eH iELL ND-STRAND. SStirtliff of Outlook was a busi .'Sitor here last Mionday. ,o-tlarst waS in from the Mc gr "+t \!V.t. la cdnesday. -; precin ,* . ,Carer or' Comertonwn was gal er ,\ ,?:c.::, attending to te and fi:end4Vs. SDahl o tie Dagmar coun dre\. D ... visitor last ý" u Citiitý , .. U , , 'ikno' n farm J. u lei'.Thurs :o ,,he'e he will i... tox.n from t ia sacting si"1 inis ranch . -"t - turclay. Sthe McNulty S.:. ..-ii ;ior at the .. , ) :tz, pi'ominent. : ,.,' " -,a; hobnobbing a, arter hi t"'-fr 1 Archer, at Oed coLntyJ U ii.e-. here a few sy. las j Tuesdta. 1ea-s. ~ . August A. jn "were aa.ii t'- Ie .aymond vis ieie this c{'k. . and Hr . !-:r itd Gunther of -re .ee :-cingk fi ernlds in this : fe" da.- .1h s ,.veek. J.lon of Oa t vlook transacted Shce a - d-s fi.at of the ,arv Wi~a - ,': 1 r-o\n farmer Be" \ev . s Thu-rsdcay..day on' rt business ti ip. (r and Mvhi. X\n ('orkervy are the d parents of a baby girl born to !ast Tuci...

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. — 24 November 1922

. `w Via rý .ý * ° ` ptý," ýý Will Open at Our Store at Outlook, Mont. Monday, Novem ber/ 27th And Closes December16. .-:= $20,000 Worth of Merchandise is On the Block=:. This is our Annual Sale that we give every fall and those who have attended our sales in the past know what genuine bargains we always give, this fall is no exception. Our stock is big and complete and we have slashed our prices to the core. Prices are advancing and it will be a number of years before you will be able to buy goods at these prices. Note These Prices and Lay in a Big Supply DRY GOODS Furnishings Underwear Dept. A Few Grocery Prices Note These Low Prices: Men's heavy wool socks, 3 pr. for-..........$1.00 Men's Fleece Lined Union Suits, each-.......98 10 bars of Luna or Grandmas white soap 49c 3 in Men's Work Shirts .................................... .79 36 in. Beach Cloth in colors, used for Men's Cotton Work Socks.__. .................. 10 Men's Mixed Wool Union Suits, each......2.38 6 bars dark la...

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. — 24 November 1922

COUNTY StS BONDING DEPT. OF STATE RECO.ER FUNDS NnOT ITED IN BA. OF N. D. EAStTRER. , D. N oV 'O--Arguing la; which cr'titeol the Bank Dakota mad,' it a misde crn a erim.l to place aP ili .'. oter' bank, and S poi ~ii1e erin inal prose S ount P cr: ir urner Doug o ex ,\- W!iliam Lemke, Sfo the Ct 'te c,,unty com e today F'Jlil:t judgment the state hbn-,-i" l epartment Sortae 0f 1: i which the Sincure u ;,:, the closing ile rcu"elti' .te bank and State !.'" -k Am oil on, coutn a depositai= ' .eo Judge I Push in :strict cou't sistrt fit, General Simon 'a. pbC:&,- Ir the state depaltmedt" . .fitle !·; in the S.,.dge J i Id his de -t thile ' "e ; a that the as of ~` " . ai:.portance ,snap u i, . REPORT SHOWS EY IN SHEEP ce .iont!:I, :: letter of ( at Fals 1: a nk, the of ti. . ":.it y in so a,! , . .: ); own. ni e .' at have place. the mo-t ,. a t recovery E e.wa dePI ,,r , "-:p, . rience d iadt , i . . . shown G p ra-in". i : ,i report ninth feidral {. ,-e district s the s:t;.':e.....

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. — 24 November 1922

ATTACKS FEDERAL S ECRET SERVICE (Continued from Page One) vice. It is clear, therefore, that this is an effort to destroy a politeal movement which- ought to be allowed to operate like others, in the open, but which the federal government it self forced underground in 1920 by the Palmer raids, followed by whole sale deportations of aliens and the trials of several scores of citizens in Illinois, New York and California." Freedom of speech and assemblage is recognized as the single issue in the case and it is pointed out that there is no evidence of any actual or Scontemplated overt act. "There is not a single issue in this case except those of free speech and freedom of assemb ly," says the Civil Liberties Union. "No overt criminal act of any sort is charged. No evidence is offered ex cept the doctrines advocatea by the communists. The Michigan criminal syndicalism law- punishes the - mere expression of prohibited opinions. The essence of the charge against the men is that, holding ...

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. — 1 December 1922

TFE PR nrcE;RS NEWS DoeySu A PAPER, OF THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE olime V,°' 34 PLENTYWOOD, SHERIDAN COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1922 Mtia the Ol oer, ONLEY CASE DECISION EXA ARDENS FAVOR A. L :00 ' f Lewis and Clark District Court Finds tate Is INt an itled to. Recover judgment In Any of Its 15 C o AJcion, With Single Exception. ENDANT 'N CASE IS AWARDED TRIAL COSTS Y4 ExnedasAll Actions of Prison Boards from 1908 to 192lAcMi ted Liability of $65.12 Is Allowed to -State -Def d Counterclaims of $632.18 Offset Amount Ghven Phiff in Fourteenth Cause of Action. cao-e of- the acc kounting to.vlt," e arden tilr Far~t Deer 'ý ulý- ate J" ~i h of the dis c JOlŽ~ *ý t"'. i Carkcon ha; t o <i i ate is not idlv Cý re,, r e ,ment against ciauses of ac 1except ;1, tOenth, wiherein 1111 t n aclaim **"_ ,.: ý; Ire out in coun ty ýI~ '~ 3.W18, which et the-state--_ar for the $(i5.12, Ng ur -lpei as ettlement of $558.06. lie ec1iu tha t Coniley is en t( recoe ii _ithe sta...

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. — 1 December 1922

One-Year-After Divorce Law Proves a Failure Rather Than A Success By JUDGE HARRY A. L WIS, Superior Court, Chicago The Illinois law forbidding the marriage of any divorcee until a year has elapsed after the divorce is a failure rather than a success. It is my opinion that more absolute hardship and injury will be done by permitting the present law to remain on the statute books than to re * peal it. The law is continually violated as it is and no punishment can be meted out to the guilty party for the reason that the crime is always committed outside of the state and in a state where it is not unlawful to remarry within the year. It seems to me that actions of this kind are a direct assault upon a court of equity and that the, possibility of injury in the future is so great that the law should be repealed. Under the law it is possible to have any of the so-called invalid mar riages annulled years after they have been contracted. Individuals tired of each other use the law as a subte...

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. — 1 December 1922

~77A~apIotiesAoc~pgj11 I's~-1A ALL.Ia A( (Capyli gliNN HYISTEIRIES], ApgýtMflKC~FP4PKIWFJflY*AWA PUZZLE OF THE PEASANT EMPRESS LL the mystery and intrigue for which the East is famous could be epitomized in the strange, st uncanny story of Tsu-Hsi, aler empress of China, and for the power behind the throne of Celestial Empire. Where she came bow she exerted her almost su tural power, the way in wvhich managed to substitute the first in of ber dead son in the place the baby emperor; the manner of death, and the very disposition of body, are all veiled in a cloud of ty, from which there emerges the fact that Tsu-fsl deserves to ranked with Catherine of Russia one of the few women who ever letely dominated a vast, half-say kingdom. The first that was known of Tsu was when she arrived in Peking, eralded, to take her place in the of the wives of the emperor, *n-Feng. Her beauty and her attracted the favorable atten both of the dowager empress the first wife of the emperor, and was soon a...

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. — 1 December 1922

THE PRODUCERS NEWS 'PAPER~ OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE Continuing the OUTLOOK PROMOTIER PEOPLES PUBLISHING COMPANY, 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. Foreign Advertising Representative ThE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION avQuack, fraudulent and irresponsible firtsarenoknwgl adertised, and we will take it as a favor iray reader will advise uspr Mhptly should the~y have occasion to doubt or question the re liability of any firm which patronizes our advertising columns. I FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1922 NOT THEN ! "Pres. Harding Vetoes Bonus Bill"-News from Washington. I remembe the dawn of that cold, rainy day. Our first time over the top, How for hours, we crouched in the mud of the trench, With our .hearts going flippity-flop. And at last word came-and over we wvent, Where the bullets whistled and spat; And shrapnel screamed 'round like ...

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. — 1 December 1922

LOCAL ws thing in Miners' Sap e have YELLLAND-STRAND. fSmith called at the county C ay fro Redstone. f Redstone was down i loo kfige oft'e busmness. x Johnsofl u 's over from Doo Tus{ayi oftm1ek ol and i\AiLlope was a R1 ron . "la'y in the ;jneS C orý jnty seat. * x 'nsta .tad spent Cot io ; catrC at Colun - S $D$ Hai ' b4i n of Scobey /itinie - - t(iPs city for a1 tdaY t re. tess Lumber. Oen Ethe county r t Xsa he from his Di at ,_ .... . jay up .'"ur cri11tion-dp it Soer from '2 iook after I y ' c,^ the First P F ira a coun tet Caler' on business. r Gel'! sto:ped off ; , ' bi le e n - teto Spe;r.: t , t' , t t M inot. gr\ 1t t ' " Chicago t ch '' ck. He oex to *. < t a ;aee,,. oe a miuD2k wvas .a cyý;. ;"t; nt;, Capitol S! '" -' om Medi r ý' flsn from Xvhe Tu a ter b~usi L A. BuEt>' . ' c" Aty pie wosoacal in the jllCe i'' t : ' was a itor :: no a n 'enesdav Jo2 -2 ' ' i'ted rela 'n(G. E.Car- ` e lentyshood s ray o emis in ;his 1+ 1 last S t a;aing .a"t Er C.et halirlenv 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. — 1 December 1922

I o PO :tASSAILED. Tols;-.,Nv.9.Ai " drift ~rm the Coneduto is tls"most miister cloud on the politiesa horion," LL. Winter, Chlicago ccapas -and *rte, ~*ardin an adr~~eore hoveral hundred business menaft- h '=Notary club Friday. )"Our forefathers bequeathed to us Ole most _wonderful gevse.nmenta "Mcement ever devised." 3 sad b1 '~drilled into the constitution "with a "charge. of dynamite by the amend -ment providing for the popular elec tion of senators. -"Now it is proposed that we light the fuse with an ameivdment'strippingr thte supreme court of its power." Mr. Winters outlined a proposed amendment to the constitution advo r'ated by Senator La Follette of Wi s consin which he' said would take from d~tie high court the power to review or annul legislative enactments. *"Such an axnemidment would utterly destroy our -donstitutional form of goernmnent," Mr. Winters asserted. "-The excutive council of the Aineri va n Fýýderation of Labor immediately asked °for public support of this a...

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. — 1 December 1922

37xodern Filipino LookA are hundreds of thousands of this type of young men Ir the Philppines. They are to be the future rulers of the deatinles of the Islands. be Filipino has been much misrep nted in the United States. This is ely because the Sunday supple a have made a specialty of por aig the semi-nuked non-Christian tribes as "typical" Filipinos, which ar from the truth. he total population of the Philip s is 10,350.640, of which 9,495,272 Christians and civilized, and have rso for 300 years, possessing a cul and refinement that will compare rably with that of other countries. number of non-Christians is 855, re's a Real Argument For Philippine Independence A Typical Pldlippsne 4.meatead vmlen 'tctes isn't the only that has homesteaders-those iii pioneers who leave thick ted districts and take their into virgin territory to create tIer themselves. The Philippine ba&e thousands of thrifty home abore photograph shows a ple tif istian Filipino homestead i fmly near Pikit, Cota...

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. — 1 December 1922

Famous. Sheridan q~uty Printer Is, Showing Daniels County How It. Is 04 Doec-Has Ad of County Comnmis- pi sioners as Usual. i The following taken. from the Sco- 13 bap Sentinel, farmers' paper of Dan- i Wael county, will give the readers of sl this paper another insight into -the workings- of this printer' who takes advantage of jokers in 'contracts to .E pull thousands of dollars out of both it this county ands Daniels conmty. . ft course this, could have never happened without the connivance -of' the county ti commimssioners : The bars. are down; the lid has been si *lifted from the count~y treasury 'and the grafters are doing their best to _w e; npty- it before they~ are. relegated _to B the political' dump oim..January 2nd. C 'Wednesday and Thursday of this n week, Commissioners Dodd and La *Roche" once more 'took -a 'couple of tL1 thousand dollars of' the taxpayers' d * m~oney' and handed it over to Joe' Do- 1h han of Plentywood in payment of as v fraudulent a bunch of 'claims ...

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. — 8 December 1922

WE'LLSTICI< HE PR DcNES A PAPER, OF THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE V, 35 PLENTYWOOD, SERIDAN COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1922 ing the Outlook Pomot, SV, No. 35 LUPLENTYWOOD, SHERIDAN CouNTY, MONTANA, ' Sheridan County News and Dooley SUu RgOGRESSIVES FORM A NEW BLOC r Agricultural Relief and for Release of Political Prison SMade By Montana Senator-elect as 100 State and Governrnent Officers Rally to New Cause in U. S. Capital. OLER ASKS AID BE GIVEN TO FARMERS wgton, Dec. 4.-The purpose new "progressive" movement ted Friday by the organiza of the "progressive bloc" in con were declared formally to be lative and not political in resolu adopted Saturday at a general c conference. La Follette, republican, sin, who, with Representative stn, democrat, of Alabama, the conference under the aus of the people's legislative ser resided over the general public rig, which was attended by tin 100 members of congress, rs and other leaders. Represen Woodpcff, republican, Mic...

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. — 8 December 1922

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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. — 8 December 1922

diiiISSIONERs PROCEEDINGS At 2 ock P. M., November 28th, t 2--Board of County Commis r 2,mert in Special Session pur -t tcafll;present all members and . ? D LIEN RELEASED Onmotio the following resolutions rea P RESOLUTION ,RIEAS, on the 22nd day of , 1918, a certain contract for ACrl ain entered into by and be een n WiMn F. Raethke and Sheri a out Montana, was filled in the of the County Clerk & Recorder file nunber ,2, files of Sheridan unt Monta iv ywhich said con ert hed.dan .unty, was purported t a ShirA '..- , ,, a0 rainst the ii; nact J m ota 1-2-3-4 l, .,: Sec. 5-35-51, i nd., the W 3-2 .f' - SW 1-4 of n the sumn ,.i: r," ) 1" " e opinion of . ° & ou fy "n County, . .in con ' . :,i'e.ts said S. . es consti ·· · Ai', t 1 a t .'. ?]et s title WVHEPEAS. (2n the 27th day of ril, 1918, a cellain contract for ad grain entered into by and be reen one Joe Skornogowski and eridan County. .on,:na, was filed the office of the County Clerk and corder as file number 756, files of ...

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 December 1922

THE PRO-DUCERS NEWS PAPER OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, FOR TAa ?EOtLU Continuaing tihe OUTLOOK PROMOTER PUOPLES PUBLISIR NG COMPANY, PUBLISHER i ssr.d pa S nd Clw s Matter, uOetqber 1, 1912, at the P.t Sofee at Pleatywood, Montada, Under the At otf Martch 3, 1879. CHARLES E. TAYLOR, .ditor and Manager. JFotpg AdverUt Repmt.Uvl, . Quack, fradulent and irresponsible firms are not knowingly advertised, and we will take it as a favor if any reader will advise aus promptly should theyi have occasion to doubt or question the re liability of any firm which patronizes our advertising columns. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1922 NONPARTISAN LEAGUE MAKES GAIN$ As a result of the recent national election, A. C. Townley claims gains for the Nonpartisan League in* a number of eastern states. The League program is intrenched in North Da kota, Minnesota, Iowa and claims to have decided the election in Nebras ka. In Kansas it claims the election of Davis against Governor Allen's can didate, Morgan, and the d...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
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