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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 22 November 1918

CLAU ASHINARE OUR WASHINGTON ý.LTL From All Parts or oerswU.r people [ave Really Taken trot of Affairs-Plutocrats Ev here Anxious to Save Aut Terms Exacted Undoubted peace-Wilson Loses Pas AppealNonpartisan League Labor Make Big Gains. jngtoD, D. C.-The great of the previous week and the event perhaps of the modern d vas the signing of-the armis on November 11 the great war to an end. Simultaneously the news that the common e were taking control in Ger y and that royalty of all kinds degrees had abdicated. Many ruing class, including the kais ad taken the precaution to flee neutral territory. e commnon people everywhere themselves up to celebrating great event which should mean end of militarism, the end of the swift sweep of democracy the world, the speedy return of boys at the front unless those nOW control affairs in allied na are false to their duty and RTS TO SAVE AUTOCRAT' ere is widespread evidence, how ,that plutocrats everywhere feel they have made a vital blunder allowing ...

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. — 22 November 1918

LGCTKL NEW.A Samat a8miseg setq.es oittook we" M, the diW 1ineede) afterneen on bqsiaes, Att WesV4@1 4t Dooley was smaw" the mea7 buasime iisitone is the sity lout Saturday. ** C Mr. and ra. C1114 Stomer- of Outlook, worse .eaty Mt visitors Tuoeday of this week. *S.& Peter s. Yght, of the Madoc coun try, subewribed for Te. Pr&hIuers News whil. ia Iin last wee . *0* Osear Collins, of the Raymond .ontry, was is Plentywood the fist of the week attending to busies matters. * ** Mr. and Mrs. Ado1ph, Hpedy, who reside on Ikeir farm no of Outlook, visited at Plentywood the drat of the week. * .* Banker A. Rueber, R. R. Kahle, Williasm Hass and John Stoner, of Outlook, visited in the city Sunday afternoos and evening. * "*. Henry Walder, accompanied by Mrs. Tlstrs, Miss Edith Grove, and Mrs. LEil, of Outlook, were visitors at the essty sapitol Tuesday. ** Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Westphal san Charles Weutpbal, farmers, who re side nrtthset Of Outlook, were in Plentywe*d Tawdsy of this wee...

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. — 29 November 1918

OPR TE PEOPLE -TLOOK PROMOTER VoL VI Number 1 YWOOD SHERIDAN COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29 1918. fbiTP~ ww .BE3 NT W 0 0 D HSL 0 CL I. . U tn MRAL CRDIT R yeam .... am e. .. ...,1 .. . . . T IRURAL CREDIT KS VORK IN PROY. OF MANITOBA, CAN. Run at Cost to Supplement private Banking in Operation Over , year-Shows League Farmers A on the Right Track. Bakers who profess to be unable inderstand what the League farm juan by "a state system of ruraL banks operated at cost" could 7e their minds on the subject tadying the system introduced by province of.Manitoba, just across Canadian border. Inasmuch as border is just an imaginary line for the purposes of. govern the farmers here are avideitly unreasonable in thinking that helps the farmer there would be alue here. Manitoba system of rural cred pssted at cost was started 'n ;and the report of the first year' qerations is just out. Manitoba xew country, of course, wita scattered farms, and it has banks that hav been doing' as usual su...

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. — 29 November 1918

COUNTY ROUNDUP Interesting County Items From Our Exchanges and Readers REDSTONE a H. E. Potter was down from Sco bey Saturday. Mrs. Fellon returned home on Wed nesday afternoon. . WWm. Statton left Monday morning for Granada, Minn., for the winter. G. G. Powell of Plentywood was transacting business in our city Mon- I day. Australia has more than 75,000 or ganized railway and other transport workers. This section was visited with its fivst snow storm of the season on Wwi1no, day night. Gus Vahl was over from Whitetail Thurs(Lay looking after his business in LteistS. Ambrose Kane is one of the latest victims of the "flu" being confined to hi. hbmne. Jerry Goodale of Whitetail arrived he-. Wednesday morning for a visit with 'v-ends. Mrs. David Wickwire and children took the afternoon train on Wednes day for Scobey. S. E. Paul, who has been confined to his home with the "flu," is reported to be improving. Mrs. Thos. Kane who has been con fined to her home, a victim of the in fluenza, i...

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. — 29 November 1918

ESPREAD EFFORtS TS! ASIDE SEDETERNNATIO OUR WASHINGTON LETTER aries Would Use Food Weap ctiganst Revolting Workers--. on rd Hunger Means Continued gh food prices-Politicians Hov er Between Conservative and Liber al policies-Progressives Hold Bal alce Betw 1n Two Old Parties- Qcestions of Policing Europe. ýa4hington, ". C.-Now we must ght a grea wr against famine in r at effective means ot 0nr ac 1<<.' quickly some of e torb, f of the great war t ofr nabling the peoples of Europe o tmain ain a rl: governments. A g ooll cp n not be expected to o ,hat vould be hard for people in, 0rIial circumstaices to do, namely, .en .. ? democratic govern ,ene to take the place of an autocra-: c centuries old. Bu: this great food problem will et the metal of America and the lies as well as that of the former enem peoples. The common people England, France, Italy and the eutral nations are aiso hungry as ey have never been before, although ey are normally land of consider le poverty. A fine ord...

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. — 29 November 1918

entered eond flain' rtt.(c~e 1$ #, z at Plentywood, Montana, At of Ma h CRARLE8 E. TAYLR, td~ow a Advertising rates on ap- : : o in dioi*d abc plication. Subscription to . one year, in advance, seer ltewg, bt MI, $2.00; six months $1.2&. wp , ~ Quack, fraudulent and irresponsible firms are not knowingly ata will take it as a favor if an Y reader will advise us promptly shouwd they have oc on to doubt or question the reliabilitq of any firm whieh patronises our adveitising eoleums. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1918 '_ Can the Canners There is probably no county in any of the states of the United States where there has ever been perpetrated such impudent and blazen graft as has been committed in Sheridan county. The treasury of this county has been looted, and looted at the instiga tion and as a part of a conspiracy, engineered by the board of county commissioners. This triumvirate of tyrants, knowing no bounds to their insolence and indifference to the pub lic welfare, has at last gone s...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 29 November 1918

estate Transfers S A, to Edward Killingstad, 1-4 SW 1-4, N 1-2 SE 1-4, E 1-4, 4-27-58. $ A. to Birdie Lester, patent, 4, 32-30-53. e Lester to J. M. Stewart, war deed, same as above. S A. to Maggie Kirn, patent, 13.29-50, NE 1-4 SE 1-4, 9-29 e Shea to Moses C. Tingley, ty deed, SE 1-4 NE 1-4, E 1-2 4,21, SW 1-4 SW 1-4, 2, W 1-2 14,27, E 1-2 NE 1-4, 28-37-46. S. A. to Otto McCaffery, R. C., and 2, S 1-2 NE 1-4, 3-35-46. Skorick to Anna Skorick, war deed, NE 1-4, 20, W 1-2 W 1-2, oh parent to Sher. Co. St. Bk., 'ty deed, SW 14, SW 1-4 NE 1.2 SE 1-4, SE 1-4 SE 1-4, &. ph Parent to Sher. Co. St. Bk., tv deed, SW 1-4, S 1-2 NW 1-4, 14 NE 1-4, NE 1-4 SE 1-4, 8-i A. to Clyde White, patent,. \E 1-4, N 1-2 SE 1-4, SW 1-4 13-34-56. B, Strand to Richard Gray rranty deed, S 1-2 NE 1-4, 2-34-57. A. to Peder Moe, R. C., SE 1-4, 1.2 SW 1-4, 34-35-50, SE 1-4 ] lot 3, sec. 3-34-50. A. to Carl J. Froslan, patent, SW 1-4, N 1-2 SE 1-4, SE 1-4 14-34-50. A.. to Ralph Cooper Kestin, lots 3 and 4, sec...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 29 November 1918

{,4 Don't think for a minute that it w the League. It must have beed some one else. At apy rate it waa not the farmers. Revib ving the situation briefly, we find the League entered this campaign two years ago. At that time we did not hold a single of fice in the state, so you see, we had nothing to lose. It is true, we failed to gain all some of us had hoped for, but we did not LOSE. To lose, we must be worse off than when we start ed. Are we ? If you will look around you will see th# OLD GANG is . the only one that has the right to lay claim to that distin'ction. The League gained over 100 officers in the state among these officers being twenty or more legislators and a Su preme Court. Judge. In addition to this we are starting this next two years campaign with a membership' of over 25,000, a well organized working force, a knowledge of the state and numerous other advantages, none of which we had two years ago. Attention, Butte Miner, Missoulian and Helena Independent: We may also...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 29 November 1918

t, kY- r. P s2 *~. t{. PAG x. SNVUN;p . f , , ^' 7M - g --00. 7 ` 4-, IoretoCose tis SoeJnay1 99 ewl have to move many thousand dollars wothovmr chanisestil lft.To o tiswe ofr pries farbeocstody Shoes! Shoes! Our Mr. George W. Tanner has been capturedDrsGod Mens' $8.50 Gun Metal and Vici Kid and, being duly sworn says: Dul-od tnadQaiyGnhm

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 29 November 1918

LOCAL NE Special attention is called to the Tanner & Best ad on page five of this issue. * *a John Flair, of Redstone, was a busi ness visitor at Plentywood the first of the week. * ** Jos. G. Boeckman, of Julian, was transacting business in Plentywood on Monday. *a $ Mr. Harry Loucks, of Redstone, was a business caller in the county seat Monday. William Haase, prominent Outlook farmer, was a business visitor to the county seat Wednesday. * a* Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Gronvold ands family visited with Mr. Gronvold's relatives in Canada last Sunday. * * s Read the half page ad of the Mon Jana Motor Company in this issue. Ford is making cars again-joyful revolution * Miss Emma Crone, of Whitetail, attend the Farm Bureau meeting and transacted other business in the coun ty seat Monday. * a-: Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Bantz, Mrs. Clair Stoner and John Stoner, of near Out look motored to this city Monday tq attend the Farm Bureau meeting. *s S L. S. Smith, a leader of the Non partisan League in th...

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. — 6 December 1918

Th: ~ r~~ , [ 1 ý:. _ ý Sr tic C i t VoL VI Num VOLUME L - 001),ý SHRIA COt3 MI~AN, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 6 98 UBR3 f' IILSON SAYS HE'S NEEDED pRESIDENT' IjECLARES THAT HE IS NEEDEID IN CONFERENCE TO CLINCH U. S. VICTORY. SAYS CONGRESS WILL BE AD VISED. WashingtCo . Dec. 2.-In an address to ccngress in joint session today president Wilson formally announced his intention to go to Paris for the peace conference, saying the allied governments have accepted princi ples enunciatcd by him for peace and it is his paramount duty to be press ent. In Touch With Home The President said he will be in close touch by cable and wireless and that congress will know all that he does on the other side. Referring to his announcement that the French and British governments had removed all cable restrictions up an the transmission of news of the conference to America, the President said he had taken over the American cable systems on expert advice so as to make a unified system available. He expressed the h...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 6 December 1918

FRONT T TW POPULATION REMAINS NDOORS AS ARMY OF OCCUPATION PASSES BY. (By Associated Press) American Army of Occupation, Dec. 6.-No demonstrations, either friendly.I or hostile, marked the entry of Major General Dickman's army into Ger many last Sunday. The frontier was crossed early in the day and by nightfall the Americans had moved forward 12 mileseaching Radgen on the left, and Sarhoizbach on the right. The line extended along the Saar riv er and through Saarburg and Trevers. No Welcome For Yanks The reception given the Americans x differed from that encountered in Lux- t emburg and parts of Belgium , and c France. There they were welcomed t as deliverers by almost al of the pop ulation. The attitude of the popula- 1 tion of Rhenish Prussia was different. Not a single act of open antagonism I was reported but it was evident that I even the children had been schooled carefully in the role they must play., Met By Cold Silence Officers and men were not surprised by the lack of flag...

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. — 6 December 1918

OURWASHINroN }} ,a~nCG T 0' _ ' IIIj FrL $cAdoo Resigfation been s rart of Democratic Stage Play--Interest Want Progressives Split Betw.ee Two parties-LaFollette Winas l Senate--After-Election Effort to geduce Taxes on Big War Profits. Washington, D. C.-Secretary Mce Adoo has resigned his place in the cabinet because he wants to start, ,at once his camnpaign for the Democratic nomination for the presidency in 1920, according to the opinions of men who are close to him here. He has resigned his place as direc tor general of railroads, according ,t reports, in order that he may, without embarrassm(ent to the president, de care him.self the champion of perma nent government ownership And oper ation of railways, canals and steam ship lines. This is the estimate of his motive made by these same men who have his confidence. Public ownership is to be the big is sue of the 1920 campaign, as the poli ticians here see the situation, and while McAdoo has never yet declared himself for public o...

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. — 6 December 1918

A PAPE OF S TlE POT'I, BY P PEOPLES UB Ut1i4l# -4 Entered 9s Second Cltas M. ttn Octobe 18~ 1 at Plentywood, Mo itana, Untetr-e Act of Mach ~i : CHARLES E. TAYLOR, Editor an Advertising rates on ap- - a unii ~rniB . plication. Subscription bet· °t one year, in advance, duerg News:, ' k. $2.00; six months $1..5. Plentywood,; .bq t Quack, fraudu!ent and irresponsible firma are not knowinglyr velrtingL u.~ take it as a favor if any reader will advise us promptly shkMtl they have n to doubt or question the reliability of any firm which patronizaes our .setisag , FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1918: Excitable Mr. Johnson Wednesday forenoon, the editor of The Producers News was the victim of a nlty assault on the part of County Coroner Johnson, who is also engaged in the undertaking and fur niture business in Plentywood. The editor was not hurt and Mr. Johnson was not badly injured, if a considera tion of the humiliation which usually accompanies a brawl of this kind is excý ptj d-for very few peopl...

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. — 6 December 1918

L .," • , '. ,. ,., 44 te•r ¢ ..ý' :a :3 : Com mencing *At 10 O'clock A. M. ' ' I .. . On Sec. 33, Twp. 37, Rge. 55. 7 miles from Raymond, 5 miles from Dooley and 12 miles from Plentywood _The Followi'ng 'Property: ·- i-.. -6 year old mare weight 1200 8 foot Deering Binder 6 " " " ",1400 .Acme Mower 10 foot Rake 8 " ". 1450 8 foot Roller 1 6l6Disc 8 " 0 gelding 0- 1 100 12inch John Deere Gang 9 " .1 0.- 4in. Sulky Breaker with16 in S.Bot 8 " " 0 1050. 20 foot Iron Harrow 12 -" " " " 105S0 20Ofoot Boss Harrow 8. " " " 0 900' I 1 Disc Drill .Low wheel farm wagon. 2 mares8 ad 9yr. eigt 3.00Medium height wagon Fanning Mill S 2 geldings 8 years old 3100 Standard Stoughton Wagon Mare 12 years old - '4". 6 0 Garden Seeder complete Buggy 2 - •00 " Set work harness "7 ft Bob Sleighs 1 mare om|ng 3 . ,2 Set single ba~rnes Cultivator mares oing ~r YWJr - About 30 tons of hay & 500 bu. oats 3 horses coming 2 years , MI small tools needed on farm N - 4 iilch-cows H \ • ou old good, including...

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. — 6 December 1918

!ti W TY 101Rý1 lnteresting County htems Fro Our Exchanges and Readers SCOBEY Ralph Hively returned Wednesday . evening from a several days business trip to Wolf Point and other main line towns. Chas. Knudtson spent Sunday at Plentywood with his sister, Miss Amelia, who has been very ill with influenza. Geo. Woods and Miss Anna Kowsen, both of Julian, were united in mar riage in this city last Saturday, Rev. Heilman performing the ceremony. The Lutheran Ladies' Aid will have their annual Bazaar and lunch on Sat urday afternoon, Nov. 30th, from 4 until 8 o'clock at the church parlors. Everybody welcome. The casualty list of November 24th gave the name of Priv. A. M. Sum meril, of Scobey, as having died of disease at a base hospital in France. Mr. Summeril is well known to Scobey people and was one of the many home steaders from this section who an swered the call of his country. His farm is located north of Tande. Bill Broien, better known as Bill the coon, died Tuesday night at the ...

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. — 6 December 1918

Just a reminder that it pays to ep posted , prices especialy now when all merchan-. lse is high, and no signs of getting cheaper rery soon. The pnces we quote here are the regular etail price; these are just a few of the many hings we handle on which we can save you Ilittle money. The reason we can still give you good nerchandise at these prices is that we bought dmost our entire stock a year in advance. GROCERIES No. 3 Canned Tomatoes, per can....27c No. 2 Canned Corn, per can............22c No. 2 Canned Peas, per can ..............18c BREAKFAST FOODS Krinkle, per pkg. .............. .......10c Kellogs, per pkg..................... ...13. Keliog's Krumbles, per pkg.............13c E. C. Corn Flakes ...........................13c 4 lb. Sack Salt ................... ........... 8c Cucumber is, per qt ..................................15c WE PAY 50c PER DOZEN FOR FRESH EGGS AND 50c A POUND FOR GOOD BUTTER. COFFEE: OWING TO GOVERN MIENT RESTRICTIONS ON THE USE OF TIN, WE ARE HANDLING A...

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. — 6 December 1918

·5: ·1; r, ,· ., i. 5:;: ~A~ `iT~·e r .j a·: -i· .r 1+; ~ I· · ~ r i·. ··~· 4 rF Albert Elmberg of Archer -was a county seat visitor Wednesday. J. C. Gronvold and Dan Olson at tended the Walter Smith sale Tues day. Emil Moe of Archer was a bsainess visitor to the county capitol the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Worley plan- on leaving soon for their new home at Holdrege, Nebraska. Harry Loucks of Redstone was transacting business in Plentywood the early part of the week. Ole Aspelund, well known and re spected farmer of the Dooley country, was in Plentywood on business yester day. A fine baby girl arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Jarvis last Sun day morning. Mother and baby are doing nicely. * * The Fairview Equity local held a social and business meeting at the Bourassa school house Friday even ing a week ago. *** J. C. Gronvold, Alfred Oswold and Dan J. Olson who reside east of Plen tywood, attended the Westerlund sale at Dagmar yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Bourassa...

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. — 13 December 1918

-. CV. A P A PER* D -T'IH FOR Tr H E P ý O PL I,,E M... O £ C M13, 19 8, N UM ER ,35 -y ... .F ytti SEMIC AGAIN TAKES TOlL nO HOSPITAL IS TAXED TO CAPACITY. WOLF POINT IS iDERGOING ANOTHER SEIGE 4 IS ALSO POPLAR AND OTH E1 pLACES. ith new caS s reported from all the state, physicians declare atana is once again in the grip of Flu epidemic. In some of' the western citic. the situation is melygrave. In Butte where the was lifted some few weeks ago, conditions are so bad that every g, including the department stores eating houses have been closed t. Because of a return of the epi ic in Helena it was deemed advis. to postpone the Shrine meeting ed for December 6th for two Great Falls, Billings and City are other places hard hit. y also be safely stated that the c has reappeared to a certain t in Sheridan and Valley coun The Glasgow hospital is taxed apacity with patients from the districts. In Glasgow the schools still closed. Wolf Point is ex _ing another run of the epidem like Glasgow...

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. — 13 December 1918

E TeeAI; 4.h I*tWs a ting Scully estate in ac.Ii4cE have orga in od t 1»ita bet ai per cent, tena dnts mK. ofh . lordan a ilt sad mtoa y toa legislature fLo relief from unfist 'b ditions. The tehants of the asam landlord in Illinois have been ar by the same unfair attempt, and the scully tenants in Kansas havedeeid 1 to join those in Nebraska in ponmea action. Perhaps before the Nebraska committee gets to Washington, D. C., where the beneiciaries of the estate, now live, it will.be joined by Siy tenants from all the states where there are such unfortunate person-s as Scully tenants. Whether this committee succeed* tn live without producing, . an4 whose capital as well ap in this case consists not in any investment they have made but in increment to land value, is at least doubtful. There is more hope to the possibility that other tenants wil be wise enough to not take `up the. farms which the Scully tenants would be forced away from, with the result that the Seully estate would have...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
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