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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 8 December 1922

LOCAL NEWS' S-of Raymond was in Wapitol hobnobbing with auDtnd the court house Thurs 6** s Lundeen of Outlook who is le;and . nepr-elect, returned -..ntinue serving on the y Gunn of Flaxville was here Sn busyfls5 d Trower of Outlook was in s a.d taing in the sights. Ehnanntraut of Dooley was itdy transacting business Sat *. * * Sayton of Dooley arrived in od Saturday to attend the and other business. W. Bye of Doole made a flying "o this city Saturday. Nielsen or Reserve is in the tis week on legal business. * ke nutson of Antelope was here y as a witness in the Scotty er case. k Courtney is attending court 8witness arriving Tuesday. Estes of Dooley stopped over ,few days to attend to some busi and visit friends. have everything in Miners' Sup v BELLAND-STRAND. Olive Carlson entertained Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. C. C. n at a dinner party Sunday at Elgin Cafe. ,* Barner of Raymond, the genial Sof the Raymond Mercantile Corn y is in the county seat, being here past ten days serving on ...

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. — 8 December 1922

· I NcITIIALF The dea: ' ;e. . tuberculosis in the. Unit"' 0 " rcgistratioS area has bc -- -. , : , ,'er 200 per 100, 000 po-pu"l- tt in 1900 to about- 100 per. .t0{ ,. " 1921. Since 1904, thi year : , :: an edueatiQnl campaign to "::: I stamp out tubet'cuok s : I by the National Tuber cu :o .a AiB,.. iation the death fate: has be-n a.- i half. had the 1904 death r- .: .icd:-we should have lost S:.. -T persons in 1921. 'In Mon t t: t915, the4~ear before the Mon o: ":erculosis Association was or : the death rate was 118.8 per .n thousand while last year it "y 59.2 per hundred thousand. H .death rate of .1915 prevailed :- ana last year there would have been 784 deaths. We s lives from tuberculosis, but! da th rate of 191.5 prevailed Si::ve lost 444 more persons. )e.'.culosis Kills Producers io.t productive and necessary ;hc.;e between the ages of 15 yeas, suffer most severely the rculosis. About sixty per al! luberrculosis deaths occur group. About 7 per cent of hs fih m tuberculosis ...

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. — 8 December 1922

lENCE Is ICREASING ,rwiS UNION REPORT U IEMENT BY PROM I~Q luiNO CASE OF pIONS FOR OUT cases of mob violence took o1e united States in the 21 to last June, according to pP fs adp e public yesterday tri3on aCivil Liberties Union aphlet entitled "Who May hlet Force ani Violence ?" vAtoob violence are set eof pint to the quoted ut given in pubhlic life" ad ao and.l violence against The figures compiled from m Teords how that from Sr i1 Oto June 1, 1922, r85 l Jnchings, :1 cases of a.e 85thering, 127 floggings, Sreible mob deportations. fort brought out by the fig that30 of the 85 men aere white, as were 49 of the were taed and feathered, and se 127 flogged. Five of the were women, of whom three ire Negroes numbered less third of those attacked. The glan was identified with 53 Ssays, "While most of the alepce took place in the South twest, it was also well distri ugh the far west and mid t, with fewer ca.:es in the east. d totals over 700 victims at st possible count, and over ling riot...

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. — 8 December 1922

Page Eight TE PRO-D.ERS N.U R N, , "• · ..- - * ', i =h M1 I ' '0 pn To SATURDAY and MONDAY, DECEMBER 16-18 A REAL FEELING OF CHRISTMAS WHEN YOU SHOP AT THE FARMERS STORE This store is all aglow with hundreds of things that are making this a good old-fashioned Christmas, bigger and better however. These are Dollar Days and will be real - Store Open from 9:00 A. M. to 9:00 P. M. COME EARLY AND STAY LATE. TURKISH TOWEL 15 dozen that regularly sell at 50c, extra Unwrapped Special Packed Jonathans, .large size, double thread, 3 for.............. 1Unwrapped Special Packed Jonathans, ~, "Romes, Wagners, per box ... UNION SUITS Boys' and Girls' Cotton Fleece, sizes from 4 Large Pkgs. Washing Powder 2 to 16, Dollar Day, each........................ 4 Large Pkgs. Washing Powder 1ST PRIZE WOOL HOSE. Beautiful Electric Library Lamp, beautifully finis4ed and Trimmed All Wool Knit Black, heather mixed, black $199 Regular $20.00 Lamp. 30 Bars Lenox Soap . $ and white Cashmere Hose, Dollar Day, ea...

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. — 15 December 1922

A PAPER, OF THE EOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE V, No.6 PLENTYWOOD, SHERIDAN COUNTY, MONTANA FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1922 Continuing the Outlook Promoter, STITUTE CONTET ALLEGINGFR I)IN COUNTY SE CONTROVERSY U C • _ Coner Signs Writ of Temrporarn y _iunjnction, Setting Heari on Order for Wednesday, December 20th, ke. Smaing the Moving of the County Seat While Cause is Pening. . __ )gGE BANGS WILL REPRESENT CITY OF POPLAR be a Year Before Litigation is Complete--During the Meautime the Roosevelt County Capitol Will Likely Re main at Poplar. p GREEN OF CONRAD TO TRY THE CASE ther episo(ne i,. ti c Roosevelt "eat fight occurred last week, sa Deceralher 7ih, when Dr. ea' arrre t1 . , r:'ti'r ot Poplar, vs George E. Erickson and lou.n of Popt ain George A. of Grand For f-visited Plenty and filerl a pI'ron for a tem injunction \. Julge C. tE. of the Dis:trr ' (C' urt praying the.County (':;'issioners of velt county 1be 'e-trained from ing with the complying with la, which r'iui c,: that...

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 December 1922

ANOTRP IJRERO HIS EAR CHAMPION OF THE TEN PER CENTS, CHARGES EDITOR OF THE PRODUCERS NEWS-IS SARCASTIC ABOUT "HONEST FAR.MERS." The following letter came along in our mail a few days ago, from a man who is probably a charter member of the Usurers' Union. This champion of the ten per centers charges his imagined enemy like the knight errant of old, or as Don Quixote charged the wind mill, and waxes extremely sar castic about the "Honest Farmers." A person would think after listen ing to the tale of woe of the money lender that he was actually a produc ing, useful member of society, instead of a barnacle on society. His side of any argument is so wonderfully lib eral and benevolent: the farmer is to blame for ever borrowing his twelve per cent bonus commodity in the first place, giving blamed good security for the use of the thing that in most in stances he would have been a thous and times better off if he had avoided as he would a rattle snake. The farm er when he borrowed money, us...

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 December 1922

Silo' ·- . ·.. 1e-l, ishoppjping Dysiy t ~ifO:- ri strn aa THE KOLLMAN KOfNY USEFUL GIFT SUGGESTIONS FOR CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS STATIONERY VALUES IN DRESS FOODS BATHROBE For Christmas Buying . Statielerideas that fit in with the urse, and Crinkle Knit $4.00 value, special A Gift for a Lady or Gentleman make acceptab!e. You will be delighted. :6 e.utiful Patterns and Colorings. 50c to $4.50 Pan Velvet, $6:.00 Value, special the box $5.18 Special $.95 rw e 4' i * HANDKERCHIEFS Xmas Plain white Linen, colored embroidery. Imita Xmas BatL. , Wes tion Philippine embroidery, colored borders. Nev er have we shown such a selection, at A Gift for Any Housewife Here are just the kind that make the towel rack inviting, and the price is the smallest that you've tl seen in many a day on Towels of such excellence. 1' ': f REAL VALUES IN .MENS TIES to O" I .- NEW FIBER AND SILK TIES First quality Fibre Silks, new patterns, season's th fMiats.---- -$1.25 to $1.75 newest novelties. COZY FELT - _ i. Z rr'...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 15 December 1922

• -WAY PUlE At-DS TICLE ".. w , ewa the Bal'iMNle e yesr tr e tls erstwhile La e ani d cwrouis. rpir s tgoing strai aid st eer and is arbo ng tiem as he ls and the wayhe pia tir eyes out with each Abot arppari e feo the below re n ed f Tdi ca s own paper: DA OF THE MOON0 ° The county printing contract for next year for Roosevelt county hal not yet been let by-the board of cun ty coinm isones. Ordinarily this con tract has been "handed out" to the faithful in November but this year it was allowed to drag along and we opine that it will drag along for a few day*s yet, or until the dark of the moon. The majority members of the pre sent board seem to have a penchant for doing things under the cover of darkness. WE'D' LIKE TO JOIN YOU "BILL" We glean from last week's Poplar -Standard that our old friend "Bill" Jerome, Standard editor, is going to spend the winter in California. We would like to join you, brother, but ypu know we have no easyprinting contracts such as the county contract,...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 15 December 1922

CHICAGO PACKEaRS SEEKING FINANCES FOR HUGE MERGER New York, Nov. 27.-J. Ogden Ar -our, of Armour and company, .Chi csgc packers, arrived here today .or ate purpose, it was understood, of con :Jting with local bankers onthe Afn- -ncial features of the propsed merger of"his company with-Morris, and com •py, and Wilson and company, which h ashdy been discussed with Wash jton officials. officers of banking firma which have handled the Armour financing in the ..+ were reticent regarding Mr. ainwour's plans and refused to state whether the financing of the project had been outlined to them as yet. Caviar Industry In Russia Going on As in Old Days Petrogracl-Russia this fall is en joying the vrleatest caviar feast in many years. War, revolution, fam ine and lack of rail transportation in terfered great,J with the caviar in dustry, but it is now going again, as in the old days, and the delicacy is on sale in many shops in the cities, and in the village stores as well, even in -the famine ar...

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. — 15 December 1922

T~TXME5VJRW VAPUR OF .W f^Pt Y 13 U. fi s -·· Y·5 w . w w #1 PBi~iLI ~ BIL libQuteokay , wid hit ch ptronise .fra r k ',ý FRIDAY. 'TO VE FARMER AT LEASTCOST. SEN.-ELECT FRAZIER URGES; GUARANTEE ON LIVESTOCK AND GRAIN CROPS FOR PRO DUCERS. Washington, Dec. A.--Senator Elect Frazier,.republican of North Da -kota,. urged. the senate agricultural .committee today to press legislation Which "will allow the northwest farm ers to put their n' ahd. livestock on the mrarket angget atiest the •ahost of production from the sale of their products." -1OOB NG PROPOSES CUT IN FAi.M FREIGHT RATES - Watigton, Dec . 14.-One-third .eduction in freight rates on agricul ;tural products is proposei- itn a bill -'troduced today by Senator Gooding, epublicani of Idaho. :UTS IN HAY ANU GRAIN 'URGED AT HEARING Washingtoii dc 14-Piirther M Auctions in the railway r -ite n hay arnd grain in the territory west of the ,tississippi tey was -sought today 'At a hearinm ore the in sta -gommerce commission by Repreie...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 15 December 1922

OCAL ery. in Mian 8•. * $e gJiLL AND-.STRAND. A •i '" m "Of 'w"dn "d "" and Emil Ray of Out t nere in Plentywod Fri was in Flentywood on business 2e f"esday. " . g,. Laura Hansen of Dagmar, ,0 shopping in the county seat Wed iesdaY. * * . Christensen, a well known citi SDagmar, was transacting busi nsin n Plentywood, Wednesday. SH. Horstman, the Reserve bar ber was in the county seat Tuesday, e complaining witness in the case C N. Nau of Outlook was a busi ess visitor in the county seat Wed sesday. Walter Carter, the genial pool hall sad restaurant man of Comertowi, was transacting business in the coun y capitol Wednesday. Mr. Lang of the Markuson-Epler Co., Ford dealers at Medicine L.ake, was in the city and reports the sale o several new Fords just delivered. Andrew Ueland, prominent and old time farmer and business man of the Outlook precinct, was attending to business in the county capitol Wed dy. 0. W. Root of Homestead came to as a witness in. the automobile case remaining unt...

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. — 15 December 1922

Th .,.. V~tIAT-~ OE ii:·;I:··=';'·;~:;"·:;:::~`~;,: ·-tl~ .9 ~i~I~zr~~~·Ti~; ·~;::;' \~MD~ 's~t ~· ·~~·:.:·=.·-~: 1 :j4¶i4= li £·~~1 Wn ...r ~:'·=~=··r:·r`'=·.''r:·~.. Uf;..f'::Yg; -:;;=':~'~ * .~** * TO~~~;~~;~ :6ET? . ;w···i· .j. OIHS:::::'::~~. ··::::' '~ M :; *1 ................................................................................ .i:r··;~:l:~~:~,::~~:~tWit.i AT ITS :i .·. )4Y) KELLEi BACKING ; MOVE TO OUST DAUGHERTY Washington, Dec. 5.-Representa tive 'Keller, repubilidan, Minnesota, in a statement Friday to the house ju diciary committee, named Chief Jus tice Taft as a witness to be called in support of the Keller demand for the inpeachment of Attorney General Daugherty. Testimony of the chief justice was desired. Mr. Keller wrote, in connection with the latter's charge that Attorney General Daugherty had appointed to high office "untrustwor thy, corrupt - and dangerous men. Other witnesses he intimated he would summon include George W. Wickersham, former attorney g...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 15 December 1922

jMMssIONYARS, PROCEEDINGS At 3 o'clock P. M., December 4th, 1At, he Board of County Commis 1922, met in Regular Session put -ne to law; present Commissioners Sin Tyler, Ibsen and the Clerk. on rtion budget of the County neyr of money to be used for road ses was ordered increased in the ;rus $5,000.00, making in all a to bdget allowance for road pur Sof $34,250.00; it appearing to Srtisfaction of this Board that Smunt of money will be raised for rod purposes during the tax year 1'r as follows: Regular five mill 1' pl, .12; road poll tax , $, 6a A0 auto license money received frm state $3,697.88; it further ap lon.g that such money for road -.rpo"9, in addition to that allowed ' time the budgets were fixed, is for emergency, work, and therefore sach increase is proper under the Budget law. On motion the following claims were allowed and warrants ordered drawn therefor by the Clerk: GENERAL FUND pwood Elect. Co.. lights for co. building, Nov .... "........$ 80.77 Sells, Dr. C., mileage...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 15 December 1922

Is It the Business of Congress to Supervise the Social Centers? By MISS MARGARET WILSON, Community Worker I speak in behalf of community 'center ,work. Community workers are impatient with Representa tive Wood of Indiana for denouncing. the centers as "hotbeds of'socialism" and the use of school buildings. for community dances as a waste of publich money. Is it any of the li siness' of. con ress to supervise the activities or speech of those th represent? n Oh reason that was given. in the senate for cutting .our appropriatibn was that our centers in Washington had' been breeding unrest.. I know of, nothing that could uiphold that statement, but even, granting it,' eveh. if laws are broken in community centers,. t is the business of the courts or of the Department of Justice ýo try the individuals wg9, havebrokep tle, Another statement made in congress was that they did not wish to pay the 8xpenses attendant upon our dancing in,,'o. s ool buildings. Again I :ask, granting that we ha...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 15 December 1922

Story of t 'as Stocking ARJS and years ago stock w ere not hung on st eve as we hang rstm nows No one ever beard of such a thing as eanging up a stocking for christmas gits. And if Chrisad tosght of such a thing ubad saidht ,What a foolish ld tockngave oun't hold half Sstekwant." So the children t the world placed crocks, basins, and copper kettles bearth on Christmas eve and S.In them telling Santa to to the brim. Each year the left larger vessels to be filled, left larger vessels to be filled. the great white north Santa's no longer pranced and pawed, t to be off .m Christmas eve, once had done. 'They hung bads and a tired look came big brown eye-. for they re bow heavy the loads had and how many more trips they forced to make year by year. Nicbolas no longer rested now the summer months, as he bad done, hbt labored every ughout the year, and often he tovs late into the night, for a many gifts had to be made to baskets that the greedy children The twinkle !,c:t hi mei;rry eyes, no...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 15 December 1922

OF POPLAR OPENS FOR BUSINESS Sons-in-La*wof E. C Helland of Plen tywood Hold Controlling Interests and Will Manage Bank. E. H E. HELGESON IS CASHIER Poplar.-The First National Bank of Poplar, after having been closed for over a year, is again open for business under a reorganization plan. Efforts to reorganize and open the bank' during the past year were futile until undertaken by Sam M. Strand of Minnieapolis and E. H. E. Helgeson of Plentywood. The First National has been .com pletely remodeled, including the build ing, furniture and fixtures. The of ficers are all men of experience in banling circles in the northwest, have made a success in the, business in other cities. The new stockholders have subscribed a capital and surplus of- $30.000.00. Sam M. Strand will be the president of the new .bank. He is at present rsilent of the following Minnesota banks: Pay pay National, Minneapo lis; First 1Tational, Pelican Rapids; Farmers State, Big Lake. R. W. Put nam, vice president of the...

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 December 1922

EEKTHE___PRODUGES NEW A PAPER, OF THE PEOPLE, POR. THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE OeV No. 37 PLENTY WOOD, SHERIDAN COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1922 ~h ulo rmtr 1Sf1ON OF CRIMINAL CALENDAR I1STR1CT COURT TERM JUST CLOSED cinal calendar was disposed follows by the District Court Js ended. No criminal case The bootlegging cases dssed without trial. They ~rdsmissal because they had f brought to trial within the aths after information was filed ribed by law and the court the motion and dismissed a result of the adjourning February term last winter these got away. Of course they arrested again, but the main have left the country, and havd only be brought to trial at expense to the county. case against Gibbons was dis because County Attorney n had made up his mind that was no case against Gibbons no hopes of a conviction. Gib it wil be remembered shot the Reserve pool hall man, foot as a result of a feigned at upo him by Horstman, about a Calendar and ')isposition State of Monia!.a vs...

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 December 1922

IMMIGRATION QUESTION IS BEFORE U. S. GOVERNMENT (Editorial Note: Below is a story sent out by the capitol News Service of Washington, D. C., to papers which will print it, a service probably financ ed by the Klu Klux Klan: it indicates the interests behind the present re stricted immigration laws, and shows how' the capitalists are torn between their conflicting interests of trying to keepi out of 'the country the "so-calf ad reds, etc.," with their unanswerable at tacks upon class exploitation and capitalism as a system of society and their desire for cheap unskilled labor with which to compete with the labor both foreign and native who are al rayithconradwoaedmanding all of- the time a larger share of what they produce, and who 'are voting to restrict the activities of the soulless profiteers who fatten upon, sweat of the American laboring men. The unabashed and intollerant and capitalistic orthodox attitude of the pli nderbund is well illustrated in this news story-it shows glari...

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 December 1922

NGliSl LABOR M.P. IN FIliBUSTER TO AMD JOBLFSS Shicago. Dec. 1.-After a filibuster wch kept commons sitting contina ouslY from 3 p. m., T until 7:00 rr . yesterdaly, the Labor party re sedits policy of obstruction, eon tnuing un adjournment was finally pe tted at 11:04 p. in., sa s a copy tighed dispatch in The Tribune from iyondofl. The Labor party sought to force the question of unemployment to the front and the filibuster was a form of pro test against the decision of the gov ernment to adjourn parliament tomor row until the middle of January with t providing instant and ample relei for those out of work. Filibuster Cleverly Organized. The Labor party insisted it was the duty of parliament to sit continu cusly until the question was solved. The filibuster was cleverly organized under the direction of the Labor part ty's new leader, Ramsay MacDonald, who is one of the most clever of the British parliamentarians. The Labor party members were told off in relays to speak and to keep ...

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. — 22 December 1922

THE PRODUCERS : ý C plmau the OUr-wO K PBOWJIU .. 4 P~OI'L3S IPUILSU M COMANY, =pUUIE fttwd riaScd Q~a M t4*r 1S, 1912;. it; 1A aw*'s .tPty~iktnood. "Soa, ar" tom "Act .1 Ma1; S : 17. Qua , fraudulemt alsýirs^8A m me tt liability of amy .fir n whimb : N .na r adv.,laI gW C~3. ,FWini $~ i1`2, 192`2 Upnhis retu1i to Butte, from Wnweehejoed Senator La Follette V'progresive bloc," Seit .-elect:Wheeier was quoted by a Butte newspaper on partisan pja~tics as follows : "The elimination -of- party liies _.stcom g In tional affairs," saad Sent r-&W eelei to a i ner: rep resentative, "when momentous questions are te, be C an fronted. frotd A tremendous task awaits national Thgislat ors in~our next-iongress and all the big men in the senate and, congress agree that it is no time'for petty party politics." The latest Literary Digest quoted national newspaper com Vnent on this subject at considdrable length, but nothing in the view of the newspapers or in American political. history indicate...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
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