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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 18 October 1918

0LY ONE PACKAGE TO BR~. i , MAILED TO EACH 8f30). ristnas packages for the two ad a half million or more, Aiper.cma. -odiers, who will be in Fra~c : ld the holiday season this year, airB ~dvered under an arra5 ia the Red Cross, angun1ced re. rtiy by the war department. Thel or department has decided that only ae parcel will be accepted for m*ne General Pershing is fore! Plenty woodjj Groceries, B ttýe Cream, Ice Creamt-gnd Cold Drinks LIGHT LUNCHES RVED AL DAY ED WEISS, Proprietor Practical PTimb in all its branches s ecial work.. Having a th now ledge of the modern -f lt ;i P'lluttbiing we are famili. r M :the esieptiii and up-to-d,~ j cipies of the trade. We emp 1 e but experienced help and ~ the very best materials. , rk is " careful and thorough a .'we` do it promptly. We give th iughly good work at very moderate prices. Alfred Gaiieau Plentywood, - =- -'. Montana' Auction Sale The success of an Auction Sale all depends upon the number of pros poetive buyers present, the propert...

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. — 18 October 1918

5, ~· ·~ga,.,·;., .;· ·: . :i~~E~·P s:~ .~~5~~·a~· p· !R+1fs yu i Pleatwwood C a oen 'r seat Sunda who has bweo ve the B ane fare . ine for' .rthe Gray-n et Re at the i- faterdey, h for t espa epiets to tErn hoped that sh& Sof tho s week. to spend the n, who has Sdauýght er, r hid, left on of this week for ..stands thirty an over-sub 'pledge drive' ft, who has been em te Bank of Plen dy morning -for e entered the tni training for ser Sr 16th for West IV expects ttry hi· mellons. Good ~ ~*. * of Comertowa, isitors Tueaday. #erles made Maal which is lo Balf miles west of brother-in aw to D Irenldae in this vi working in the at threshing this LL morning 1 Q for Elk Point, will mae thetr r months. who lves .sa a busianess on Wrayesday PFawcett reports eare ill with , ticaUy half of tl in that vicini ty a e. do their fall ,.Nonpartisaz ,YiU address a A ii si. " rS *~S att W.AdCdt ~ ;cii d o irm m~t::;"~ l at Paplar, vsisiit! ~_*8 bans, Wash., v j"i~, reamsst " was a visitor here o@ d...

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. — 25 October 1918

FOR TILE I( AEWAW -N -, ATO A 4~ 4J ALL LEAGUE - " MEETINGS ARE " ".. " CANCELLED LOPAOPK iY EPIDEMIC ijljjj P RO _ _ LNEW S;;::-'-i A PA! R OF THE PEOPLE, B THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE Ci OUTKOTER VoL. VI Number I yUME I. PLENTYWOOD, SHERIDAN 'COU4TY; A. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25 IlII LU HAS ABOUT RUN ITS COURSE The local situation in the influenza epidemic looked better today than it since the diseasc became preva lt, and health officials expect gra'd l reductions in the number of $es hereafter. Conditions are hope fl for a letup of the disease, but it Simperative that every precaution f taken by the people of the county, B avoid a possible reappearance of te epidemic as it was at its height. The local epidemic is in its third k and experience in other cities, and communities, where the has been prevalent shows it usually lasts about thae It is reasonable to believe the influenza has about readcea end of its run wherever it Ims for three weeks or over. Oaly three deaths have been re in Pl...

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. — 25 October 1918

This week die a Nem #s herewith p . of o*r three hundred Of s rt sared in Sheridan caretrte 1ihrl for the 18 to 4 yA A.ýrA t t reglitra tion. During the '~ fee weeks, this paper has bern-pfld iDng the ordlr number, name a 4 dess of the We istrants in thisaeaIyl which is part of the ttal lit 46. According to the order n apparin before the last nse t: pata list, we have alreiiOdyd a list of B names, leaving ac swe of 8,597 to be published. - Following i' th' list: 247 Carl AlbMks West, Plentywood 248 Herman Alb.rt Bretske. Dooley 249 John R. Sott, Froid 250 Robert kateean Chapman, Plen tywood 251 Wiliam Hershberger, Plenty wooa 252 BertenClark Lasater, Scobey 253 Paul Kowcum, Scobey 254 Pollard Smith Willard, 'Plenty wood 2b5 Edwin Lewis Peterson, Home stead 256 Ole Kraskmo, Dooley 257 William May, Froid 258 William .iFrancis Goff, Antelope 259 John Sigwart Anderson, Love joy 260 James Colson Ryder, Froid 261 Arthur Daniel Forsness, Wolf Point 262 William McCauley, Westby 263 Hugo Ber...

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. — 25 October 1918

Francisco, Cal., Oct. 19. ~of ponds of the choicest food that might f.e. 1lAllies as well as ora P re going to waste in oe of California today. Suc, the ste of affairs as disciosed bah t_ of the state's indut :-ial, n4ow nearly comple`2 1y Industry league- of Calit. *e of thousand5 of dol'e' of the choicest toma'oes am, rotting on the ground of e sin this neighborhood toJ4a sample of one report out of ' ,ved by the league thru.:gh itS vass of the industrial situation of state. The report came from board of trade. The report odes: "Local people have sub bed $7,500 for stock in any com y which will come to the neigh d and start a vegetable can to take care of the thousands thousands of dollars' worth of to and other vegetables whicf y are useless to the growers for of a cannery or transportation ties." Among the kinds of fruits and les which the census shows to going to waste on the ranches are apples berries, olives, nuts. ,lemons, figs and dates. I.ay of the communities in which foo...

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. — 25 October 1918

THE YPROUC W A APER OF THE PEOPLE, BY TTHEP PL conltining the OUtLOOK Pit6MOTOR ~~~ PEOP.EU FUSLISnmGt 0oMPAit, PiktMERu Entered as 8ecod 0i15 Matter, October 18, 1912, t the Postofice at Plentywood, Montana, Utnder the Act of March 3, 1879. CHARLES E. TAYLOR, Editor and Manager. Advertising rates on sp- Commuatisions abhoua plication. Subscription be addressed to The Pro one year, in advance ducere News, Box 687, $2.00; ix months $1.. Plentywood, Montana. Quack. frudulkt and rresponaible firms are not knortlr wdveurtised. mad we wlI take it a a favor I. say rader will advise us proaptly should they bee oesasion to doubt or question the reibilty of say frm whrh atroabs out advert.l eaums. ' FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1918 Senatorial Contest At last the county "kept" press have received the proper inspiration or more accurately speaking, "kop per" has shelled out some of their surplus mazuma, derived from pro fiteering in copper, during these cri tical war times, and are now trying to say s...

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. — 25 October 1918

FARMERS ANI F'ARgg OF EASTERN MONTANA 1 R FARMERS AND FARMERS' WIVES OF EASTERN -MON. TANA: We, the undersigned farmers and farmers' wives of Fergus County, re spectfuly invite your attention to the candidacy of Carl Riddick, a farmer of Fergus County, for Rep. resentative in Congress from eastern Hontana, and we r specttully urge you to vote and work- fobisr ,electon for the following rebons: 1. He is a 100 per cent American farmer, a loyal and patriotic leader in all war efforts, a liberal contribu tor to all war work. He has two sons in the army in France. He nows first-hand the problems and needs of his fellow farmers. 2. He has the ability and cour age to represent the farmers' patriot ism and farmers' needs in Congress, and if elected you may personally de pend upon his rendering faithful ser vice to all farm interests. 3. Big business interests are all well represented in Congress. Farm ers suffer because we send so few men to Washington to give special thoughts to our needs....

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 25 October 1918

How to eid nka To $or and S lr. s Rules to be Follwed as Issued by the Army and Navy Departments "~ ,U lii l i i I ifl m N i l :mm~ ~!i o m Washingtonr-~.LAhan soldiers i. Frase- can recefe btut one Christmas package each this year and each package must weigh not more than three pounds, according to regulations announced by the war department. Boxes for men in the navy, however, may weigh 20 pounds. The regulations governing Christ mas packages for Vildiers have just been completed after conferences be tween the war and postoffice depart ments and the American Red Cross. "Relatives and friends," says the war department's announcement, "who are planning to make Christ mas for the soldiers in the war zones as merry as conditions will permit, should bear in mind that each soldier is entitled to but one of these pack ages. The war department will not accept more than one parcel for each man. It is expected that approxi mately 2,000,000 of these packages will be sent abroad and the amoun...

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. — 25 October 1918

LAGUE DEFEND tIL. UI BY REACTIONARY N. P. EER OUR WASHINGTON LETTER )lcCumnber, Seeing Folly of Lying At tacks on Organized Farmers, Warns Colleagues to Look to Causee--Has ingenious Plan to Get Farmers Back in Standpat Stable-Peace Terms J)ebated-Women Invade Senate. Washington, D. C.-Senator Mc Camber of North Dakota, one of -the stanchest of the old "stalwart" Re publican faction in his state, took oo. casion in a speech on "Republican Attitudes and Policies" in the senate on October 10, to deny the loose charges of Judge McGee of the pub lihec safety commission of Minnesota and others of the big business ioli tical gang that Nonpartisan league farmers are disloyal. On the con trary, McCumber pointed out that the farmers had joined the League in order to perforni a vitally necessary service for the majority of the peo ple of the agricultural states. After criticizing the D)emocratic administration for permitting huge profits to the meat packers, the steel manufacturers and other ...

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. — 25 October 1918

j ·.:n* J13~~ IB ~ ~ ~ Pi.1~:r:: f~l *~~rsl-X~c,·i~t u~S C + , .ýýj.,'pt S · 1 -- tf il )1L iI LLJL ~ u: C. E.t l spaug W mi i Smiator on Mdhsat th cobunty ) capitol Monday, C. V. Esa*d, of Ewistead, called at The Producer 1vrw age whil' in Plenty@woo~ d lig this week. Mr.and Mrs. epA aderso, who live about 7 milis etheast of Out look, were in the City tboppbg Wed ) nesday. Selmer Johnson, trer who lives southeast of Dooley, das a businesa visitor at the county seat last Satur day. Mrs. H. B. Hill, who has been nursing influensa patients at Flas ville and vicinity, returned to her home here Tuesday. E. S. Strand and Carl Jakstad, of Comertown, were visitors here Mon day. While here both gentlemen called at the farmers' newspaper of fice. Dr. Beauchamp, of Stanton, Ore., arrived in the city this week to as sist in stamping out the influenza epidemic. The doctor was sent here by the state health department. Editor Chas. E. Taylor is back at work on The Producers News, hav ing recovere...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 1 November 1918

Jýpý F O R t ~ R .'A d .. SUBSCRIBE F)R THIS PAPER AND READ =OE ALL THE NEWS ,, PE@PLN Pa X THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE OTaE R VI L VI Numer 1 N missANA FRDAYNOVMBE I.1918. FREDMOND, STN BY P T, RT TO HUMA 'MGOT M fnwe( D A MU IM Pr immfW A ;f . .. . -. jlSRANKINIS A SURE WINNER 0g FRIENDS ARE CONFIDENT THAT SHE WILL BE ELECTED BY A SAFE PLURALITY. lelena, Mont., Oct. 30.-There are oly a few days left before the electors of Montana will go to the Polls to cast their votes, and the aquarters of the three political Frtes which have tickets in the le are making last efforts to pre at their claims and line- up the raters. The Democratic and Republican headquarters managers frankly ad mit there is great uncertainty as to t outcome of the senatorial contest while Chairman Shelley of the Na tional Party is confident that Jean atte Rankin will be elected Unled Sates Senator and all the other Na seal Party , candidates will run From every quarter of the state is coming information that the or...

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 November 1918

CANNOTMT,1 , WITHO PERMIT j.iRM BUILDINGS UNDER $190 EXEMPT. S'am ' RULES BY WAR INDUSmXES BOARD MUST BE OBSERVED. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Recent rulings of the Non War Construction section of the War In dustries Board, received by the Mon tana Council of Defense are to the effect that the nun-war building pro jects which are not to be permitted including movie picture and other tneatres, garages, hotels, clubs, caurches, schools, hospitals, factory huildings, warehopses, city improve n'ents farm buildings, silos, drainage, sewerage, water supplies, homes, apartment buildings, and all other construction work not embraced with in the five excepted classes given be lo«". Of course measures must be taken to provide housing facilities to adequately provide for laborers in 'xar industries. A modification is to the effect that no permit will be required for new farm buildings where the aggregate cost is under $1,000. A temporary xuling has been made by Priorities Commissioner Edwin B. Par...

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 November 1918

I IXUP CAUSE MESS; WORST IS OYvh 'rancisco, Oct. 28.-The dstea present Spanish influenza ept. which he said was now in de. and the semblor which sheoo an archipelago on Octobei 11 Gre accurately forecast by Pte. Albert F. Porta, an Oakland 0eptist, it developed here today. The influenza epidemic was relat. a certain conjunctlion of Jupiter pt other planets, according to the fasts and explanations of Profes fo porta. This planet arrangement r passing, indicating that the epidemic is on the wane, he said. JUDGE SIDNEY SANNER QUITS SUPREME BENCH Associate Justice Sidnef Sanner resigned from the supreme court accept the office of judge advocate the army, with the rank of major, and Governor Stewart has accepted his resignation. In his letter of ac ceptance Governor Stewart pays Judge Sanner a tribute upon his ef iency as a member of the Supreme court. Judge Sanner is to report to Wash g within a few days. The Gov. error will wait till after the election t appoint a successor to Judge So...

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 November 1918

APAY PEOPLES PUBLISHING COMPANY, PUBLISHER Entered as Secoandlaes Matter, October 18, 1912 at the Postoffce at Plentywoo4, Montana, Under the Act of March 3, 1879. R .$ Tý R, >.Editor ad 1nager. Advertising . Qo cat6ns tbould plication. Subscription be addressed to The Pro one year, in advance, ducers News, Box 587, $.00; six months $1.25. Plentywood,' Montana. Quack. frandalent and iresponuible Arms are not knowingly adv rtised. and we will take it as a faver if any rsader will advise us promptly ihoeld they have occasion to doubt or questip*th.lh ballIlty of any firm which patronises our hdvertilslg columns. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1918 Smoked Out Last week Banker Lowe, the "Kop- c per" candidate, published an affidavit E in the columns of The Producers i News absolutely dnying the charge c that he intended to introduce or have I introduced a bill in the legislature di- s viding Sheridan county east and west I and making Culbertson the county 1 seat. ] It is quite natural that Baik...

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 November 1918

4 a115AN LEAGUE 1 AND FRIENDS OF T F0$UE SHOULD CLIP THIS CAGRRY IT UNTIL THE gAGUE WINS A COMPLETE coRY NOV. 5th. Senate V. * JEANNETTE RANKIN National Ticket mate Justice S. Court CIIAS H. COOPER Republican Ticket rad Commissioner JACK HALL Democrat Ticket ute Senator CLAIR STONER National Ticket State Representative J. S. NYQUIST Republican Ticket coqty Commissioner JOHN ANDERSON Republican Ticket sheriff JACK BENNETT Republican Ticket Coity Auditor BEATRICE K. O'GRADY Republican Ticket Co. Clerk & Recorder A. A. MAJOR Republican Ticket County Treasurer REX MOVIUS Republican Ticket Cuty Attorney J. J. GUNTHER Republican Ticket quty Assessor H. B. HILL Republican Ticket Co. Sept. of Schools MABEL V. THAYER National Ticket County Surveyor C. E. CORYELL Republican Ticket County Coroner M. M. JOHNSON Democratic Ticket LOCAL MARKET REPORTS Wheat, No. 1 .................................$1.99 Wheat, No. 2 ................................. 1.97 Duaum, No. 1 .............................

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 November 1918

Authoritles ew at uea 0 Days Before Calaea ty s 4 Failed to Take Necesiwry Steps to Pr.ve.t IF.--Governor e~aus Extra Sca s10n. State officials, including, it must be presumed, Governor Burnquist and the public safety comnission, had at least 10 days' notice of the existence of the fires in northern Minnesota which, on October 11, got beyond control of the inadequate fire-fighting force provided and swept over two and a half million acres, rendering 15,000 to 20,090 people homeless, de stroying several towns and hundreds of millions worth of property AND BURNING TO DEATH OVER 1,000 PERSONS. This, Minnesota's greatest disas ter, could have been prevented. It was the result, purely and simply, of gross and perhaps criminal neglect on the part of the state government. Just where the blame should be placed, just who and what was re sponsible for a calamity that has tak en more Manne so lives than have yet been lost an the battle front in France, should be the subject of a searching inve...

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 November 1918

TA1F MINE$0RTA ONSIBLE FOR RECENT FOSEST FIRE HORROR ontinued from Page Six) is not sufficient. Neither is it it TO LOAN THEM MONEY rebuild their farms and homes. Th ust have a state appro- j hey nGIVEN THEM OUTRIGHT pin one to restore themselves in * ir oer condition. Only the leg Aature can do that, and nothing else gllr be justice to the 20,000 who have been ruined through the state's neg ltnd yet the governor refuses to an seial Sessionl. Why ? *Whkt~ la speciionl fts of gross or criminal neglect would a special session bring t light? Why are the papers that 11pporting Governor Burnqiist far ri-election fighting an extra sea ý by did they publish weirdl Simpossible yarns about the fires being set by I. W. W.s and pro-Ger when the facts show the rail roads set them and the state failed to orce ihe railroads to stop starting fires FASTER THAN THE RANG ERS COULhD PUT THEM OUT ? Was this to cover up something? Why, all these years, have the lumber barons who are stripping northern M...

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 November 1918

On this page your ballot will be found, just as is will be handed to you by the election judges next Tuesday, Nov. 5. This sample ballot has been marked with an "X" before all league candidates' names. Vote For Every League Caiididate Every voter who enters the election booth should vote for EVERY LEAGUE CANDIDATE. Don't vote just for one or two and then stop. Vote the FULL LEAGUE TICKET. Show This Copy of The Producers News to Neighbors Carry this copy of The Producers News in your pocket and see that every one of your neighbors who are not League meuibers mos a chance to look it 'ver. .,And Don't For get Totk ithis page with you when you vote to ai4 you. in marking the ballot given you on election day. Study This Ballot Until You Know It By Heart LOiCAL NEWS Henry Eri.ksmo, of Antelope, was a visita , : P lentywood Sunday. * S S o *;. Vezina, of Dooley, motoired here last Thursday for a shott shieas.. visit. ' * * S Charles Barnstad, farmer from the Reserve vicinity, paid a busine...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 8 November 1918

....: • ... ý -Jam .... ,rs- ... ý"G ý. :. ..... ,.,t ýý z., .o. ... . / 7. .. ý,ý -..... -. ", - . ,. . ,. -. ••. , • •. . . .:.,. .ý _ o. ý L . "-.•> ',,F : b " rýr-ý3 ýý SUBSCRIBE FOl THIS PAPER . . AND READ ALL THE NEWS "-- A PAPER oi TI TI s ,TH.E PEOPL, g P OR THE PEOPLE Cn the OUT..OK # ROMOTER VoL VI * Number 13 VOLUME L. PLENTYWOOD, SHERIDAN COUNTY, 134 TAA FRDA ,-OV ::- ---· -~ Ilyr t·· NUIMBEBIR Q~. mrrers e Fmers ague Again Dnopstrate Voting Strength Lna anT CDP F GUY B. MELULON IS NOW A I n *e , .. I _ " · ALLOTS FROM SOLDIER BOYS Ballots voted by the soldiers from ontana are being received by See try of State Stewart and are be turned over by him to State rer Hart. About 277 such bal have already been received by Stewart and sent to county of the various counties in which voters were residents. It is estimated that there are about soldiers and a like amount .t residents entitled to vote ia county, who have undoubt received ballots in plenty ao . The returns from the...

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 November 1918

BANN ON USE OF WHEAT HAS BEEN LIFTED FOR FARMERS Bozeman, Nov. .--The food ad ministration announced last, night that former rules =which prohibited the use of wheat for feeding purposes have been removed. This means that ij-ic-::cs may buy and sell and that fairmers may buy, sell and use wheat t. fceeding poultry and stock until vo noice. , :uecial licensing which pro ht.:d the use of sweet cream con tai, ieg more than 20 per cent but ,: is also suspended until furth i,:. This cancels the special Kch forbids public eating ,o-s serving cream, containing .tan 2G per cent butter fat. r, iIAN LEASES GOV. LAND TO RAISE WHEAT Si.-ican - A 10,000-acre grain .. aned for the Crow reset : :is Spear. a Iiontana and So :ig stockman, has received a -fo:.. the government by . :,- leases the land to grow S.received part of a consign. , igrlt ta..ctors , here wiLh :o. facilitate the work. He is reported he will soon start breaking i ... . :o. by placing 16 men on the 0i:. 'is plan is to compensate...

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