ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Producers News, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 1,570 items from Producers News, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
1,570 results
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 17 May 1918

'IiP & g ýP ý-q3II A F Yo, / cy r zA up'.. -7 tlny 40L ' -JF ioe U. mhe V mbbing quietly because shei. ieto wa hung er to cry very loud1y0 w lw your watch to buy herbdas. If you shodd ber somewhere in the restless wacls the fow moan of an American soldier, you would gialy sit by him all night, if that would save hilife. You are not ther but here, where these sights and sounds are not brought home to you!i But the Red Cross is there- and you can make it YOUR representative. Over there the Prseians are crucifying the incarnate Liberty of Man, and they are rnaking the world blac for little children! The rnoney ize-to4the Red Cross ,rnow will give y"" tht Seat down, the Beast " There are happy cildren, clear eyed woomen, and strong *wen oliv today, because my money went across!" What are you, going tb do 3~r m f Y- STCes. r Fassad goe for War Relief. It ie@s and clothes entire populatious in times or~ ~ ~~ , leit1Ses lai Lw I s er helpyoursoldierboyin his time Wrot~ardi i4heW a f th...

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. — 17 May 1918

six UXOItbS R*I VRWA!', MAY 17, W8, FW.itersReal Disloyali3st Wji the odor of the Bog Island " g still strong in a th ~lls of the people, fresh reae- if W4.~ have come to light showing o ii'APO, aeroplane constaoction pro gr his been seriously delayed by t th qqpnscio able greed of certain i p profiteering interests. IS THIS IF jI ISN'T C T QN ? N ThWa seems to be plain proof that i ce * i individuals, actuated solely by a 4i for personal gain, have held ] up, gQ war preparations-. This means t pr Ong the war with the conse- - qu sancrifacg' of many 6f the live% , of. young men. TREASON IN THE WORST FQV AND THE MEN RPON F01 - SIWjg SHOULD FACE A FIRING UuS.,tanately however, many of the 5s4oundrels who coin our boy's blqo4 for their own enrichment are my of prominence and so influen tia., business circles that the same g ~a newspapers that accuse th4 gezed farmers of disloyality ,wi got even mention their names. Aioiding the issie Tkf lollowing editorial appearing pu in a $edstone R...

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. — 17 May 1918

ENT ~ ~ ~ ~ 7I-1F ?o7OTNETLQ c, P h. r4 EI , : ryBO URAnt 8 t PepX er * * r ". Call him youzi.t, tody . b Efor oo.nitA WOIL O., . turb River tOele E No t t hour Light p 1 :.ap ' TRANSFER LINE__ rand Vie HoeI - *PHIW ROURASA, Pro w rIor - On - Rooa. with beth. .. # . .. Rooms wth Water $1. con a~ton. Electric Lighted. SteanrmH H.atd ntyw.ood ,O BET1 o w up?. PER& CK we -- s1 Slack nthing and eing a specialty. Give us a trll -. Oko -' - - - Mon ania ok E CORBETT Barber-= tly. Otok otn oveIy I hart CAL NES tnvold was transacting Plentywood'. Wednasday. Gottleib, of Antelope, seat visitor Sunday Gray, one of the bank ing tone, was a business ntywood, Monday. D. E. McLaughlin - left a business trip to Cul Glasgow. spent Wednesday at Walter Maco, north of ading to- professional edy. David E. McLaughlin has been in Glasgou for of days attending to tive to his profession. ner of Outlook was in Wedsesday evening to ng of the boatd of diP e Peoplei 'ublishing Mack, a4 son, Lster, farmers ...

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. — 17 May 1918

EVEN aide inM -am ctory differ foun under esglel Amtfr that Today Jo.. an o.e per ent of niformity yol. ove over afll fr *Teas gn traustt ia ich N~ontana Meor Co. $lenty wood,. Montana THE TV CAFE CHOP SUEY, ENZNGS Afis.r E IGTOCL K ý `@ 5,_ e t . ý£ r ! ý - t $ - j * ¬ Siý 'ix , ý µ ^ * 4 43 3,/ tw If.Iweell do wy "el U y ý .a ti w 4 r - fg` -; : . : ý , ft k e y.( 2W '.l ' : 'p +1%piv- rt C Z i°'Run -pý:-ý-.ýx .-ý"y `T' , ýý.^. .:S'. ~ ý+j l.^" hs 'y-J ' ° °ýý +"R`a: " ýý. ýý ý-, .. . ,K . ,,;. tl: AN " 4M 17* WM ý ý ýt , ý; ý ý S. ;that J4k fp- shall i m~. Mr, Post 1 lowre - c-. be made j b lower railroad l ~ u~ etbm Wi~dmnds p~y ~4 e'rt t~p~ ieIn differen It tbs barvest matures. In t krs e large bode oaosrers who follow the a tros TeXas to Canada, mov- t ll u with the ripe'n-] uat becau4 of th' de iI supply of harvest hands pr" o be smaller than ever be for t a larger, rop to handie4 VOLWIWU2 ELP itwillbsC SUer e to have the >estWp farm belp atbl year sup _b,°utedr workers wh...

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. — 24 May 1918

Mr! f, 17 1k .r~IW cmscw Community Does itVS Tth Are Slackers in Sherian County Plenty Trebles its Alotment . - top went the Kea cross nt drive. be no doubt of the uni pathy felt for tl Red its humanitarian labors, en by the people of Sheridan Tl re a4a no disloyalists ponse to the appeal of the commitit$e for aid was n was expected by the stic member. ponse was not confimid to ar section of the county, more than subscribing some doubling and it ap is time that Plentywood than treble its allotment. I committee is justified in ovi* what Sheridan - done, and what it has 1 contin&! to do until the s been si&inded. county has no slackers. following paragraph the shows quota and second amount collected in the mmunities: Lake, '$300, $401.50; $40), $1,060; Redstone, Outlook, $200, $400; Re $80; Westby, $200, wn, $50, $57, Scobey, Flazville, $200, $315; $150, $181; Dooley, Whitetail, $126,, $171. m Antelope and Madoc Cross sales are to be that these branches ymond, Daleview, Coal y...

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 May 1918

"ý'3ý 111týý h"`ý'`} `'ý#'#ý "air 1 ",ý9 ý;.ý rý<"ý-" 'g ý 'ý 1ý`.: -§,r #iý- 'p: ;i1ýý`1' r,, : .. i.i i - ! s: r°=AIR'R'1eaýitNaM't+lMliMyFix..ý,'.;,.. -.+Ntskr. r:.Ft*,.t' ", :, . .?t ~>.. r - - .. lRxp:+ýM'!ta-i:##iAlýYZTS.- .r w. p. ,,: - - :iý6~ý ^7" ý. k1^'ý`ý',' R;ý ý " ý `"x,11. Y.ý. '. 'f 'L. ' n'.ýy i .f 1ý ýi Jýl 7 ff T222 c ý ; ý ý p F ? t 7, ý ý' St k t 7 { t ý. a ýC ý.t I{ }E S tý-ý - Ir UýX . { Ryy ,..y +t A.: ý1 :1E ý. ýý ý "ý ý it -i i.t ý¢- r'ýý'{r 5" i a: r ý, ,ý# 1ý Y All t } tt f * ffffff !t lsiir 1 i ýE sj r Jr' l' i' CITY BAKE Y and CAFE F. A. DEMMING, - - PROPRIETOR Outlook Montana. te Bank of Obitlook )es a general banking siness. ()utlook, Mont. * *I ~**~ ~II *ý 'V 4ý - -Y ý ýF ýSe t . V a; w sc a4; n avil t at 10 t - , ý }Gix= w 4 PtW we toweysad th notw tw wi', esspelled to p 'ter iotogr p l t and were then muMas d amnk gr it to a point of about a mile ws of; the city, where they were relesed, after being told to go, and -1 goiag, and not to re tar...

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 May 1918

dian Provinces are 'ng Protection at Low Cost. 7 report of the State Hall Commission of Sakkatche tly published, contains Inter ormation for farmers who State Hall Insurance. Of collected for the 1916 crop y 6.12 per cent. was needed es and the remaining 93.88 was available for paying s, or to be more explicit, $100 of revenue, $93.88 were to farmers suffering hail he Province of Alberta has a state hail Insurance n even more favorable ex Its cost of administration riod of 4 years was only $100 of revenue annually. te company does business small margin. Generally companies must have from or more to pay field agents, ents, officers, office ex ertising, and private profits. s of the Insurance Depart orth Dakota, for instance, over a space of 6 years e companies operating in paid back to farmers who ed hail losses only $69 out 100 of premiums collected in of $31 was over 5 times needed for conducting the Saskatchewan and over e margin for four years hods of Operation. skatchewan plan 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. — 24 May 1918

Atot~a -Miii* & $2.00;1 on~Mb aS . - '4: ' a yek*! t t1 v d S s It .._h TeMills oQfi Ih i Oh Lip Service, LIP S4 IVE? If this war could only be won by n us of your important arm, hoW soon would that damnable autocracy, over the sets he torn from. the ,ems root and brranb. How much ot the BLOOD. OF OUR LOVED QNES and how much of our money might be saved. BUT, ALAS, IT TABES BLOOD AND LIFE AND UNTOLD SUF FERING TO WIN THE WAR. Hot air won't. do it. But, oh Arm Chair Patriots! your contribution to the nation is not risking your life or exposing your precious hi4s anywhere there is 1ang . If you can report some one you don't happen to like to the depart mqnt of justice and cause him con siderable inconvenience and humilia tion, there you are, you brave l ro. If you can lead or take part in a1 mob against some defenseless and law-abiding citizen, who happens to disagree with you in politics, or who cannot stultify their souls in unison with you, with lip service, while our boys are 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. — 24 May 1918

You will need him this weather and he will come on the jump be cause he knows that you need his ice. Just a little ice at very small cost will save a whole lot of expense in preserving perishable goods. Everybody wants the ICE MAN now. Call him yourself, today. T for CONTINENTAL OIL CO., for Pure uri River Ice, Office phone No 3. Service at urs. Light and heavy drayin , phone 141. 'S TRANSFER LINE iawwm, rand View Hotel - PHILLIP BOURASSA, Proprietor - - - Rooms with bath $1.50 Rooms with Water $1. New Sanple rooms in connection. Electric Lighted. Steam Heated tywood, Reaf °-"* Montana PER & GERRICK Blacksmithing and Repairing hoeing a specialty. Give us a trial. k - - - Montana .E. CORBETT arber In F. G. Budge Pool Hall Outlook, - - Montana CAL NEWS Courtney of Antelope $16 ins of Raymond is in t today. roy of McElroy was a r to Redstone Tues is t the Big Red Cross f t Antelope, Saturday, Id. 'e, the dean of the --a prominent Piepty is week. avis of Scobdy was a r to Plentywood...

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 May 1918

Ui if or an Tire.An * EsthliduMed act " _ - ý .Dear 1 f. rab týr ias M il 1has_. G.4 ,7''9:1ve s _'7":.'ý;.:, Tires. Not uniBorm in looks-all tire are that-but uniform in wear. Manie @w oc dif..M3ller tire beuders are fered in. ndleaqe a, oher world c*ham Thei do. Nowi9fan 180 Nil.. persomal eticccy 18 96 lets outrun standard pecent. The tires they rwarantees. UIU arc 90 per cent ci The remarkable tir. cailent. ttrhampbhasbeenachleved Try Millers once. by rdng Miller tires 'You'll never trust to of 'Human Variables." luck aan Montana Motor Co. Plentywood, Montana K* THE CITY CAFE CHOP SUEY, EVENINGS After EIGHT O'CLOCK Eat well, fee& weB, do wel It all depends on what eats yout whee you buy your ea% and what you pay for your eats. `yo buy good mtou et well. If you eat well, you,feel w1l. youeel * ou 4. well. Most people eat at the CITY CAFE. Why ittya.7 1.S a; 1 ,.s ý, T. .i *. . Fr ý¢g ::k.M..: wm* ue of t Y wqii i ..,.~ ol the El.ti r*Ib o i. r S. ALb Yv 0.0- OW der Map" W- sa...

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. — 31 May 1918

'A PAPER OF THE PEROL4. 14' 0PE FO TEQL Continuing the O.JT..O M ;R' Vol V. Number 43 UME . PLENTYWOOD, SHERIDAN ' MNTANA. FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1918. HOLD FREE SPEECH, FORD URGES COUNCIL That County Bodies Be Instructed as to Their Dvuties in Assisting to Enforce Laws, Prevent Lawlessness. rney General S. C. Ford last y addressed a communication state council of defence then sion in which he asked the to take steps toward the pre of further interference hi a with the right of free and the right to make public es, and pointed out that rep tives c' the Noopartisan have is various counties of te been stopped from holding s and delivering addresses. pointed out that members of councils of defense have been the persons who have inter ith Nonpartisan the League and prevented them from speeches. ord states in his letter that titution and statutes of Mon well as the general consti ave been repeatedly violated matters; says that the state nty councils of defense were y cre4ted to assist the regu ...

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. — 31 May 1918

SELL YOUR `, M ..[ to us. WwiIse)L to the c".asmner. W the finislw produet than you can the r.w Cash prompt m Come in and seeu as Pkmtywoo., Nmeaa EQUIT Y I Hail, Fire and Automobile INSURANCE Save Your Insuradce for the Equity. It is Fgzmers Co-operative Insurace. Patronize your own Institutions. iBest and cheapest. Aspelund & McLean, Dooley AGENTS Mortana Grand View Hotei Roise wiVh L5 P 1entU"oo4. Prohan 145' A) _ _ IyF ýý,ý"' `e a ' " ,y 4" Y ^2 I"ý t ( ý. -F ..y . ,. t'Lýiýr ."k ý.. Asýk -., ,, 24 V. 1.'-ý( E,+ A.. l iM o tilm o bso f V n lof law err ac o 0-1. lAM:%W pr etes &w at fa 9tla oaM 'In dation to the hetihal ce*dlngs -i this cap I ish sh sBose p- tisulars for your luforma tion: tlpon affidavit of J 3. A. McGlynn, that he had been dea&4 the rig t to make a 00,lA .add ma at Elles City, ad hand been taku to a train a - i stnacted to the town at once, I directed the county attorney of Casitr county to investigate and institute the proper proceedings against 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. — 31 May 1918

A.. AX is ýýCCa.ý =x_ -,, ý; } -ý ;.. ý +},# ý r." ý , a4 ý£ý * D. C., May 1Z--$ of theories and poes W of legislation on ,the 9oW rm-n is, gal putting into eheet and most .eleait, y systems .1 the wholesale dischasg ot to sand the re-eas of most of these Alelas at a medi lower esalry cation of the dorecWio tor-General McAdoo is establishing icel -yga l from our transportation test amount of service. out this policy the rail canals, freight yards and and watqr terminals of and railroad lines are to into one system under the 's general management. he big reasons why pri ion of railroads broke that the roads had com ly in shutting one an d in keeping the boat the use of terminal con Under the governmentj e o14 feud between the d the public along, the ivers and canals, which the riilroads choked oft tition, is settled. Under nagement freight will e way regardless of one set of stockholders The waterways, which "a low estate of service ce a" rkrival, and many als will blossom once e car...

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. — 31 May 1918

g- I *ýrrnti 4-. s I - 4 r = 1W- y ýý- my [ .. t s -s A Hem 1t+h t b Pýý ý 4 ~ .-. 'd tN th. 73 -YS tho: ab ýv.ý t x 5 V I'd C tom' a t > -s; 0 ai 1 z34 F k a 's h ý.f. ý ": {t- ý: a5ý a'R. is . , _ 1 s4' bk ti 1 7 r Y 2 mýY. Gý .. :ý S 4zs, Y Y .ý ý 1 wi}. b . i 1 £ : iib`ll 7 .k .C 3 , f z IZI ý £ A`' I 7T Awl, 41-3 ý e±r r 4; ý ý.: Vi. ý ý 4ý .cý .ý. (3< < T !6! p I gp tqý y vzý a ,: s It Gs. ` r zr, Ile aottý Yý.s .? t 'ýrý'"y a" ýý'"ý` r 'iL z e.`r rkll "AN fit`' +ý fi e.3 fý . dJ ýr { 411 ry v `: ý ,'3'"ý ý diet Y:: 3"' ýfýjmý..fiý` ` - - ýýw' 75 - ýeyr ý t{ C N 1 tý ± t S w'`r. )-ý ýi-+ý'c} ý.,,ý+Jý?ýfi."ý ý s/.rt>" `ýýý 'ý ; ý F ý.,""ý' Xl, * I t4l e- kk 1ýy'" F" -ý. AV- c "j ý ^ ý at { 11 gAftlfl! A, 777i-. Xý yYi } ý 4r ova ý; ztiý` r - b, ;ý Fi: TIs: rt 411 0 . 1 _ 1 4 A9ms ý S s * ti I 4 ~ 4 A F1ri s'3v 1*g~ iiaef r ~ ~~~ ... a' SY Ii - x.' 1"`a4 x"ý ý r ,ý;ý ý ýiM- C ipa ~Uet5h. -~ ~ els4 F! tes to 4I - - Mid .aa A. A wpW r is aj Binn 42 reý % aeo pfr.,ovs1q...

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. — 31 May 1918

OCA Oestrich of WeUliver was -n turday. E. G. Brown is visiting at his week. Jarvis of Glentana was ood visitor this week. Ehlers, Fe iera Veterinar obey, was in town Sunday. Clara Ogden, the Raymond her, was in town Monday. Porter from the Raymond ood was in town Monday. Pet tr Marron was in from the first part of the week. . Fish of Sybouts, Sask., a Plentywood visitor this nd Mrs. Tbd Curtin, from Raymond, were in town on Mrs. Carl B. Bull of Red e county seat visitors on Margaret O'Grady, who is ar Redstone, was in town ndolph of Midby was in Saturday on business wis Mote left last Satur a visit with relatives in nt Grayson of Antelope ness visitor at th$ county y. Erickson is spending the Bainvilie, looking after tters. Albert Dahl, from east were in Plentywood this irrss. Grosturth, the Dagmar s in thte county seat on ess Tuesday. L. Houston, principal of te. at the dance at Home turday night. reman is decorating his the Davis addition with of white paint. ently of Westby was ...

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. — 31 May 1918

to te mtor ar orldUi drr STires. Not amifoqmki Igoks-all tires are that-tazt unifornnin wear. MW~er tires once diE.. MIller tire bud4ers are. fere4 in n *ee48ters ordTheir do. Now 99mi0 Moou.. 96sna ay sa 1ps outrun standard cnt tireste guarantees. Iae prcn hasbeeuachieved Try Rillers once. by . Miller tires ~ou'1I newer trust to MonanaMotor Co. 44 e ¶a `ryeJ -y .. .dt.i. ."ý Ag _41p ;ý _.ý r ýý. :;ýsiN..s-ý`: _i,' "ýe,-?sýýý . - '`' ''_.-"" Y: ý , xti.-9¬ ý ý. 'ý' 3.ý _ 5'' 4! THEQ CIl CAFE CHOP SUSX, EVENINGS Aftew EIGHT O'CLOCK 'I -O ~,~.4 Eat weiljlwdlldo well It R I pdepedR bly, where you buy our eats, and whatyoupay . I yi buy ¶ood eats you eat e etw eI l. If you wa rl you do wIll Moste CpTY cnAFJ f W-hy <' -you? -r , "w.k 1ý §se:. ý " i ' ý 4.- M, 4n TPII C x~A .ý Vto Agsis Me dare notgo to thee ee tipSs 'utWW iavoe done our duty -,,e 4 ."L These are days when duty stauni staok an i naked aan evi with eloas ,ye ve know it is thqke. Excuses are unavailing. We have "egither ...

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. — 7 June 1918

f N AWL stimated That the Total 50,000 Dollar.-Orig h Incendiary-Suspect A , , trous fire Wednesday morn yed nearly a whole block iness district of Antelope4 a loss to property owners $150,000, and a loss to the m which it. will take it le time to recover. e fire started is not posi wn, but it is thought to of incendiary origin and by the name of Foss, who staying at Antelope for ks, is said to have threat the Grayson Bros. store and the fire is thought rted in the oil warehouse ,r of the main building of store. s arrested the morning fire by Deputy Fire Mar Hein of Plentywood and the county jail. Foss denies that he had do with the fire and it he is pretty well fixed, rted that he had, $5,000 n his person. was discovered about 1 eaday morning and be nce could be secured it ALCALANDER SET fWR BY JUDGE-JURY LR1{AUU hn Hurly was here from n Monday and set the the criminal cases to be term of court commenc 7th,i 1918, at p p. '-Vu s will be set for trial after the criminal cases of by ...

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. — 7 June 1918

than you can thhat Come in and see S 1' Pl,,TY ,t _-? 1CO -· .F · i?, "+ " r.+ , + "++~~t~ _ ' = - - . +. ?"+ +' EQUITY Hail, Fire and Automobile INSURAN Save Your Insuradce for' the Equity. It is Farmers Co-operative Insrance. Patronize your own 'Instituti.ns. Best and Cheapest. Aspelund 6 Mcean, Dooley AGENTS. MoSt,. a Grand View Hotel. - - - PHILLIP BOURASSA+ PropuIt , 4 0 Rooms with beath $1.S60 Rooms wi.th Wats ,. New SaView room s connection. : Elsctwt~ - Lighted. Stem Ja d Plentyw .ood. : , 1 44,, CASP Genera Oi1 rat OVA 4 it i riiý,", ice?'. - }' ýQtý fps: f i 4W - i4 4e 4 7ý'ý Yyv . Manaana ,adha .*. .*4 M a 5 Ssumet -w o r oftoe t F one at Nttbmtf4Pnhe twe oapp Sowhwer oa Atdos san d of t~~~ra ~ r IsPtstwo Dh -4osy : C. V.4 n fit..I Mrs. JoSe Solder vis d Maa. Caroline Chistiansme at haa an sd, south at Dspsaot& 'St &adst. --uce R. Girard, cark of qourt, Is In U*i..r this as a a tnes 'i a ttMI befn t1.4ist*t onu i; ti t e! cmty -Albert M *. * on at tbe lUs$ - lag y...

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. — 7 June 1918

4Af. .V ~;a'ý7 i. Ap~-muP~~bI~. Sthe total valUe . In the United .bgap w a 1,090. The total capital iob* Smeanacetun&. iuie M5gg, stry, w h1tIs.3eA0;W Ivale of u crei e .so 19,0 was Ra *aW 3. of the maafamctmre Vý 20,573,050,0. than hta the copital the rrs~ received nearly lows gross returns the irmeersi ats of 1900 shows that -1 f the farmers of the Uaitt: ve an Income of lesm thea r. Only about 3 per cent come of $,5600 and over. nning 66 per cent b#ae as m $260 to $2,600 with Uli these incomes less tlha pertment of agriculture .. ollowing statomet i A* '"'he averange a~e of families of the United ch represents w.4t the for his labor sad mas. ty, after allowing 6 per Investment, was shows an intensive Inavestigation ment of tagrcuiture,, twelve months. This bt service of his wife and well as the farmer h.l also includes what bhe ard his living from the therefore represeat4 the of the tamily." ntry inoreasnlg. at and most valuable . Sbecoming Involved ia an urdes of debt and is...

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. — 7 June 1918

A.s App ~ 1"10 uI*Eo OJPRLE E. TA - ~Wiig Fb iiY~m "We are ian =b preo. ece of i -r nw aorgsnhssaik of .adtiy Our lis. ba br ek away fr.e the past. The life .f Aa ag is net the life it. was tweaty . yum seag; it Js no thb hife It was tm years ago. We Ii a ' chbeaed our mean -I D - *.%; abiut _ froreql top to bittem; and; wit a &k lgcicN JAJ teghta4 &*g4si5sa~tf te r lir., The old politisal fermulas d, seti-t the presyt apreeiss; they read now like documenta taken out of a forgotten age.', -W .~ooe W~pooa. "They read now like documents taken out of a forgotten age." * today than rver do the old iassus, " the old catch-words- the old sloga1wt "that in t-he past have aroused the enthusiasm of the voters fall flat before the new consciousness., The world is really waiting for dnmocracy, waiting with pin ill - concealed impatience, an impatiene that will not much long be'enied. .Can, one imagi*e a presidential campaign .tocy fought out on the issues of itgb Atarmi , frge ily or a...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
x
Loading...
x
x