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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 27 December 1918

CULUW c Salson of the". from camp. - G nude Sisemore, of the wed from Camp LeiW Coy. gr. Sylvester, a farmer Side, returned from Caapw latweek. lTeams are now crossing the on the ice near the Cle ferry and the river may now be p.* idered as froze over for the .. Mrs. Charles Huebner has beets sit. fering much lately from asthma. Mrs. 1nm Phillips has been acting as nurse. Charles is home now. Carl Larson, a young farmer living south of Brockton on the south side, ied on Monday, Dec. 16, of the 1h, and the funeral was held in COlbert-. eon the following Tuesday. It will be yembered that Mr. Larson's young wife was drowned in the Missouri river about six months ago. Salph Clutter returned home Wed nesday night. Mrs. Barney Finnicum of the south side is ill with the flu. Mr. Levine. stock inspector from jelena, arrived in Culbertson Monday morning. Leo Morin, a young soldier laddie of the south side, returned from Van Couvcr. B. C., this week, and spent a couple of days in Culbertson. ...

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. — 27 December 1918

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Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 27 December 1918

': u--' (Continued fro, gnty attorney, dep fty say, sheriff, deputy ,ayor, marshal, or PSlle*e sail, neglect or refuse to ` # my duty require4 by iici X be removed from ~ modes the manner in whish peyal may be effected. You will observe from these js that the duty of et # las is imposed on the emees, >ated in these sections, and tht Vie, neglect or refusal to peeh mag ,ase may be punishedd:)y from office. p Section 37 provides that tion of these laws shall be - in the district courts. T , . that violations cannot be pYosecated before a Justice of the Pekce or Pm,. jee Magistrate. When an arrest is made aid Ilqtao and property is seized by an olarm, by reason of a violation committed in his presence, such officer should iamMa. diately place the person arrested in the county jail, retaining potsiieson of the liquor and property seised, awaiting the orders of the coust, sad immediately report fully all of the facts and circumstances- to the county attorney whose duty it will be to p...

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. — 27 December 1918

RAINVILLE. Miss Mildre4dLeen spent Su dl# visiting with rleuds at Williston. Miss Ida Kerr of Tre iton spmt a few days in the city the ladi *r t of last week visiting wig ends. Mrs. Harry. Martin and bby leit Monday evening for theirb home at Poplar after spending the past week visiting at the Mitchell home, west of town. Mrs. Thos. McDonough and 1ittle son left Sunday evening for Havre; where they will spend a short time visiting with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Gustafson are the proud parents of a bouncing 8 pound boy who arrived at their home on Thursday of last week. Mother and son are getting along nicely. Ollie Gustafson returned last Fri.. day from Minneapolis, where he has been for the past couple months. When he left here he had a well de veloped case of the "flu" which later turned into pneumonia and went to a hospital immediately on his arrival in the city. He has entirely recovered from the effects of the disease and is looking as hale and hearty as ever. M...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 27 December 1918

TANT MOVSA o RAT UR W A S H INGTQ'I a Senator Speaks for Rali. terets-McAdoo Urges Five Extension of Government Op' ingress to Investigate ty League-Navy Saves By ti Out Middlemen-Senattpr on Demands Truth and Fair Regard to Russia. ~jngtOn, D. C.-Senator Frauk hellogg of Minnesota challenged pllopoal of Director General Mc to congress, the other day, that railroads be continued under r present control for another five in order that public operatoio te railroads may have a fair test r conditions of peace. Speaking the most active opponent of public ership of railroads in the senate, ogg declared that the "test" which doo now wants is simply a test the willingness of the public to at govcrnflent ownership. , straw vote among politicians and road men in Washington would bly uphold Kellogg's statement; is apparent that Director General doo wants to test our public sen et quite as much as he desires to the ability of the government to the roads under peace conditions. advantages of gove...

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. — 27 December 1918

was `'ýý ý Y y ;ý r ., .ti h''t w"r'"' M f' e x xY wi'o; f x9;xti _31 p INk N4 f a eover: h the e r~~twd tywood betw~~~ ~ b Mr. and Mrs. Geo. t ird *at of e lar Were Plentywood vitm Sttr~ day. Mr. and Mrs. G.s H driktnf , f Poplar, were county seat visitors St urday. a t$ Claud Smith, whQ lives southwest of Plentywood was a business 6 at this office Saturday. ** a Wi. Uase was in Pient f to&f the Hass .Brothers ranch near Out look the latter part of last week. * s** A. E. Stone, the Outlook carpenter, is in Plentywood doing some erpen ter work at the Producers News office. s S The "New Freedom," President Wilson's famous book, is for-dale at this office. Every American citizen should read it. * *a . Oscar Wagnil, well known farmer of the Outlook country, accompanied by his vfife and children, were shop ping in Plentywood Monday. ** 'c Henry Bain's wife and two children, who live south of this city, are all sick with the flu. Mr. Bain has not contracted the disease at this time. ...

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. — 3 January 1919

A PA.PEft >-* ~ 0PL ~ ~ r-TPEG# ,FOR THE* PEOPLE COUNTX SEAT' BES AGAIN AREiB UZZING TERSANENT DIS MISSAL OF CO. AGENT Plentywood, Montana. December 18, 1918. SEdtpr: 4 president of the Sheridan Coun-. F Bureau I have received of the correspondence. between qty Commissioners and the Extension Service relative to anissal of County Agent An This matter is of public in and I would like to have your rs become informed as to the the Extension Service is taking his time. I would appreciate it if would give this correspondence in your paper. Very truly yours, H. P. MADSEN, President. Sheridan County Farm Bureau. November 21, 1918. V. L. Wilson, Agent, Bozeman, Mont. 'g to advise that an an extra of the Board of County Com ers of Sheridan County held ednesday, November 20th, 1918, J. Anderson, County Agent for n County was discharged to ive from and after date of r 1, 1918. rn today advising Mr. Anderson effect. Yours very truly, MRS. BEN H. JOHNSON, County Clerk. December 12, 1918. ble ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 3 January 1919

COUNTY' Interesting County ite .F Our Exchanges sad Reams wEL h A farewell party was given last Friday in honor of Richard Verso'. The young people from Phelps, Coa Dieters and Whitish's gave this pleas ant surprise. Mr. Vernon left the fol lowing day for Scobey, Montag, Mrs. John Whitish and daughter Verna, spent Saturday in Plenty wood. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Leet (Sr.) gave a large Xmas dinner, December 25th. Those present were Mrs. Kern Pierce, Mrs. Gladys Pents, Mr. Ind Mrs. Bruce Leet and " Mrs. Bruce Pierce. George Smith has recovered from the infienza, and is spending the holidays, with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Striinger, Mrs. Graves and children spent Christmas day as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Ertner. f Mr. Grover Deiter is home from -Camp Benjtafin Harrison and is spending the holidays with his broth er at Scobey. A large family gathering took place at the John Whitish home on Decem ber 25th. The members present mere Mr. and Mrs. Harry Whitish, Mtr. and ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 3 January 1919

D GROWSF~ FIJBLI ERCO0 MEETINGS AND DEM. 'IONS HELD-ORGANUED ALERT. Dec. 31.-A widdapread stent demand for continuance federal cont rol of railroads and mte Pblic ownership is i ngat in c\ er'y direction, ac g to reports received at the na headquarters of the PubIe hip League of America. tILuisville Iy., on Sunday night, meeting was held under the jeeS of the Railways Employe's Body w1ii fully 2,000 people endance. , otesting against the of the railroads to private own and opeation. The meeting made up la ,-$ y of trade union especially railway employes. The 's Union. Machinists' Struc Workers, Blacksmiths', Boiler B o l r E lectri ca l W o rk er s U n io n s. erhoods or Trainmen and Rail Clerks and A= sociation of Ex en were among the unions rep t. Resolutions demanding con ce of federal control and pub ownership were unanimously and plans were made for g a daily paper, for holding a of similar meetings and for co tion with organized labor and forces working for public own * throug...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 3 January 1919

Cnr AX 8 Alt.Mo a Advertising rates on ap4 ° plication. Subswiption * one year, in advazce, de N $2.00; six months $1.25. .ien Quack. frandulent and luepaile rimea ar not 1bwlpgV a take it as a favor if any reaude will advise is pro ptly shoed thev M t doubt or question the reliability of any Arm whteh patraels enr ^ FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1919 Why Jump County Agent (From the Montana Equity News) In many instances county agents and counts boards of commissioners do not seem to hitch and for the most part the grievance is generally based upon a desire of the county agent to work with and for the farmers.; That this conditions has already caused considerabel trouble is pretty generally known. In Custer county, Yerrington was apparently the victim of business interests that resented hi, activities in behalf of the farmers, then there came a western county that disposed of the agent without much good reason and now comes Sheridan county. " It seems though that the commFs sioners in Sheridan...

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. — 3 January 1919

CASE PR tp Cast of Politicians Age Gilbert and L W. ýOpartisan League Workers, (u Only in begat Aspects ounding Facts in First Trial -1 By A. B. Gilbert With its decision, handed down on ber 22 confirming the lower sentence against Joseph Gil and L. W. Martin, the supreme of Minnesota gives the country Cher Mooney case. Like Mooney's cases not only grew out of an pto "get" men prominent in' ,pioning the cause of the comn people, but the supreme court not go into the obvious ev? 'e of an unfair trial in the low r 1ike the California court, the o a court based its findings on the legal aspects of the er court records and considered as t the chavges sustained by judge u jury under outrageous circun ces. In April and May, 1918, the possi 'ties of League success loomed oge ill the minds of Minnesota pol - ans. Something had to be done scredit the organization. One snr at their disposal, as desperate en, was to use the legal power of tate for framing up the oppos& a leaders, and it wa...

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. — 3 January 1919

FARMER LEAGUE Minnesota Federation Taken Active Steps to Increase Strength. CALL LEAGUEA MENACE Letters Issued From Headquarters Plead for Concerted Action to Pre vent Farmers From Getting Legislative Control. The National Nonpartisan league must be crushed in order to make the Northwest safe for the privately-owned insurance game, according to letters recently sent out by the insurance men's organization in Minnesota. This organization is the Insurance Federation. of Minnesota. Its secre tary is E. A. Sherman and its offices are in Minneapolis. The letters sent out by the insurance men's organiza tion frankly show a fear of state operation of insurance, which it says would menace the profits which the insurance men make. One letter from the organization is an appeal to insurance men to organ ise. It was sent out during the war when the insurance men claimed that it was disloyal for the farmers to or-. ganize. This letter says in part: "For the past four years a certain socialistic ...

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. — 3 January 1919

PLOTSOF men Playing Packers' Game 101 Operation Question to 0 * PO sWn o"as Employer--Strange m oon Telephone and Telearap s' .urleson. Advocate and Black pa of popular Position--Army gen for Air Mail. ashington, D. C.-Backing and flng is the order of the day with eienge to public ownership issues efore congres`. Definite affirmative lion is postponed. The public own rip advocates are not united, and men who want to let things drift : other iords, to leave the rail ,ads, the wires and the stockyards the hands of private monopoly e confident that they can get rough anothCer two years without ommitting themselves. Hearings upon the Sims bill, which roposes government ownership and peration of stockyards and stock ars and cold storage meat ware gases as a last resort, but which ,,poses government control through iccnsing as the first resort, have be . The house committee on inter ste commerce is listening to Chair ,an Colver of the federal trade com. nission with deep interest, as he e...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 3 January 1919

*JI -iI-It "Ul 1' I LOC%1L - - -4. : I 1i I Fred Burneye 1t, for Min.t.4 day. * ** Charlie Christianjon returned week from camp. * * * "Bill" Duffy left today for £athert son, where he will visit frienitds tor a few days. * * All the Jackson boys hellied bary old "Jack" the last night of the sa loon regime. Oliver Slette, of Culbertson, was visiting friends in Plentywpod Tues day, returning Friday. * * * Miss Lockren of Madoc was visr ing her sister, Miss Ethel Lockrea of this city Monday. * * * Frank Champlin- returned Sunday from Wolf Point, where he spent Christmas with relatives. " * * * Charley Davis, manager of the Farmers Store, is coaching the Plen tywood basket ball teams. * * 1;'rank Palubicki, who has been- sick for the past fortnight with the flu is naw able to be about again. * * * Dee Bowman, of Antelope, was in the county seat, meeting friends and transacting business yesterday. * * * William Gottlieb, prominent Ante lope merchant, was in the county scat Wednesday and...

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. — 10 January 1919

s."s s ý" t nrhi--v, 1iW1 3 w' g~c:" a ~ yf. '*1' r .h "' .a r a # i " s ý 4M- r ý 5 4 ý z A PAPLE 4' ·;- ·iti: P:MOERVL ai. ýi e92 LIM 1.'NTW S M~itNAFIR DAY JANARY10, 919 TOt SGATHER T HEHEENA uI A m . SEAT PORTION STIL BRE WING r' i - l r " f1/1I I l"eSI a . . .. - ' ` T HE COUNTY PRESS HAS TO SAY ABOUT THE "BREW" IS REPORTE-I FOR NEWS READERS Tk following stories clipped froma the coamty s show what is go ain the "cross, cross, whose got the double cress" game. t ow seems to be a safe bet that there will not be any county division ' liacy League Moore of Poplar don't like Froid because that town is says Poplar is a "decent' town and ips to be awful care ,e she associates with. fatriotic Mr. Moore. Ie game, however, is a great port--read what they have to say. Tribune: The Froid delegat.s to represent this section in ivision meeting at Bainville c y, braved the stormy elements made their wants known. It is our representatives were unin gpests and as such exercisedthe that usually...

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. — 10 January 1919

CWOIIT RWWD? [ Our Exchanges andl Rfesers C FROID t Mrs. H. F. Carlson is at the Minot i hospital this week. Miss Laura Loucks entertained a I number of her young friends last Fri- I day night in honor of her 18th birth- I day., Music and games were the ev ening's amusement. Dainty reffesh- t ments were served and a most ehjoy able time had by all present. On account of~ the extreme cold l weather and sickness and death in our 1 midst the Lyceum number of Tuesday night was attended by a very small crowd. The next number will appear here in February and it is to be hoped that conditions will be more favorable at that time. Mrs. J. S. Nyquist left Thursday morning for Minneapolis to spend the balance of the winter months with her parents while her husband, J. :. Nyquist, is occupying his seat in the legislature at Helena as Representa tive from Sheridan county. Arthur Ryder has been laid up with a bad case of rheumatism. Miss Sarah Price is absent frogm her place at the local telephon...

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. — 10 January 1919

STEADIER H Hog Producers and Packesc.. g sentatives pf,the Food Ad inis Agricultural Departm.et a-it Ailoe SNew Plan of Regulation. In accordance with the policy of the Food Admintra.o snee is fodnda to consult representative men in the agriet htnd onee d dimportWn.le to special branches of the idutry, on Ocber 2 there was gen(ed in Washington a \meetlng of the Live Stock S~abcomittee of the wicultural Advisory Board and the special members represenig the eine tidustry to CowII ider the situation in the hog market. The c~fer.Eitce lasted for three days, and during this time met with the active c°i:,a ititee of the fifty packing flrms Participating foreign orders iorpork 11ndcts and with the members of the Food Administration directing reiP' por Pl·urc'ases.e The co.nluions of the conference .vere as follows: itiio ,l:il rketing situation has p Producer ,an,ý ,. The enti,' t,:il;etin g situation has C ehanýgd sin'ce the September joint conference as. , necessitate an entire siteratio...

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. — 10 January 1919

at Plentywood, Montana, Under the Act of Mih $, 1 :h. OCARLES E. TAYLOR. Edi tor a:nd s . _ Advertising rates on ap- . Coa n n l plication. Subecripton be adde toTIe P - one year, in advance, ducers ewr, . z.i87, $2.00; six months $1.25. Plantywood, : ot " na. Quack, fraudulent and irresponsible firms are not knowingly ad rtised. apd we win take it as a favor If any reader will advise us promptly should the have moaleoM to doubt or question the reliability of any Orm which patroelesa oar advertising celumes. FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1919 Our False Morality The existence of a rigorous censor- 3 ship on nonmilitary matters and of s dition laws which can be easily inter preted to get people who tell the ne cessary truth about those in power, iis in a way a serious reflection upon Lhec moral standing of our people. What can it mean but that we feel it is not of sufficient importance to know the truth about certain conditions to botl er about hearing both sides ? And what does this in turn me...

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. — 10 January 1919

U.S.D.IEDJ 6 (0Ltinued from Page One) Robinson, a sister; Theodore a nephew; Joseph Bishop york, an old friend; Elon B. er, formerly treasurer of the ive party. Cablegrams were ed to Kermit Roosevelt, who France, and to Theodore, Jr., who th the Americans in Germany. V place where Colonel Roosevelt be buried was picked out by hit.. years ago. It is not far from ore Hill. Saturday the Colonel dictated editorials. This was his last work. 1 Said Heart Ht Faller saw Coloner Roosevelt at 11 o'clock Sunday evening. He a call at 8 o'clock, during which velt appeared so well that he to discuss his illness. At 11 1 the doctor was summoned. velt told him he was suffering t derable pain in nis legs, having e with his breath, and that he a feeling that his heart would ' beating." Dr. Faller examined i iungs and found nothing wrong them. Before the physician left, f velt felt much better and was in s old spirits again. s ter he retired at midnight, Mrs. ti elt entered the bed room about . She fo...

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. — 10 January 1919

so. / OCOUNT AENkl S. .. o The annual report of County Agent du E. W. Anderson, recently made pub- t lic and covering such a varied field that a small volume would be called for properly to report it, shows in do tail the work done by farmers of cI Sheridan county in the past year and is attracting favorable and state-wide a' notice. The report shows that un- a usual conditions have been met in an .i effective manner, and that the work done this year will in the future con- s] tinue to pay big dividends to the sev- e: en thousand odd farmers in the coun- b ty whose condition is directly affect ed by it. During the past year, following the suggestion of the department of agri- a culture, a working farm bureau was established in Sheridan county which eclipsed all other similar organiza tions in Montana in membership, and S which is now in position to render the t work of the county agent of immense ly wider effect in the future than it has in the past. As shown in the annual report, t...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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