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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 10 January 1919

o.EVELATION O .I- i IROUGHT OUT BY 0UR WASHINGTOI LE TT .I 0olding jI"'e;rrcg on iims articipation of Financiers, Denied, Nmy Fully Proved- own Wilson & Co. Direct pre Proof of Buying and Sell ev - Organized Consumers t Trust-La Follette Fights for t. Taxation-Flays Reac of Both Parties.. ton, D. C.-A month or of hearings upon the Sims ball fernnment ownership or regula the stockyards and the live ',heting iaci'ities of the coun prosp .c The federal trade inion has just issued the second f is repo' on the Big Five and h members of the comittee' on interstate com re rcadinm with bulging eyes 3ora told in the "Black Book" of ret cor.fC': 'nc(s of the sup co0mpetintg meat kings, and of igh-hanefcd robbery of one of royal famini.s of beef and pork Sulzberger.-by a gang of New bankers m league with the Armlour crowd. This report :to add to the interest of the as the committee members n0w begin to ask intelligent ressman Dewalt of Penns31 has been the first member of nommittee to indi...

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. — 10 January 1919

LOCAL Dee Boamen was up-e fi Antelope on business this ~ieek. * * Henry Karsten was a businela vis itor in town Tuesday. * * J. H. McGovern of Madoc was a county seat visitor Tuesday. * * * Otis Oie was down to Medicine Lake Sunday to visit his parents. Geb. Midby, of Midby, was in the county seat Tuesday on business. * * * Jake Timmons of Scobey was in the city on business the first of the week. * * * Oscar Nyquist of Redstone was in the county seat Tuesday to get his citizenship papers. W* P. J. Oie of Medicine Lake was up on business to the county seat Mon day. * ** "Bill" Duffy returned Monday from Culbertson, where he has been visiting some friends. * * * Dee Boaman, of Antelope, left Mon ady morning for Medford, Ore., to visit his brother. * * $ Mr. Redden, who lives six miles northeast of Plentywood was in town on business Saturday. * * * John Johnson, who lives 31/2 miles east of town, was transacting business in Plentywood Tuesday. ** * Pete Oie and family leave for Phoenix...

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. — 17 January 1919

IS PAPER HAS THE CICULATON OF ANY PAPER IN THEAPRODUCES NEWS A PAPER OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE Continuing the OUTLOOK PROMOTER VoL VI Number 22 OLUMLA 7: PLENTYWOOD SHERIDAN COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1919 S i GH WAY Ž'OR U. S. L4~D AION1TANA na.--" if tK1 so-called Bank Sbil " neiw b wore congress which e for an appropriation of IOO0 f1 highway improve Sbimpro ae law :Montana's pro io^.atc a \' ill be approximate l,0uJ 0, provided Montana clo.2:ation in the amount 11"d by t e federal government," d Chief Engineer Pratt of the highway comvmission who has *raJTed from the Salt Lake City erence of western state highway 'And," continued Mr. Pratt, congress will write the amend s requested by the western state sentativ(s into the bill, the de of cooperation required by the 1 government will be based up he average populatign per square of area ef the states as fixed by lilO cenaus instead of the dollar * llar flat hapis as provided under existing federal aid ...

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. — 17 January 1919

COUNTY ROUNDUP Interesting County Items From Our Exchanges and Readers FROID W. A. Wheeler was over to 'ien- k tywood Saturday on business con nected with his duties as Public Ad- c ministrator. t Herb Hardie, who put in several months at Camp Eustice, Va., re- t cently returned to his home at Froid. John Feeley an4 Mrs. J. O. Dahl , who accompanied the remains of the t late A. O. Hedberg to his old home at Atwater, Minn., where burial took i place, returned to Froid last Monday r] morning. They report that Mrs. Hed berg is feeling better and that she , will likely return to her home here within a week or so. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ryder left the first of the week for Estervan, Cana da, called there by the serious illness of Mr. Ryder's neice. Miss Mabel Hagen left Sunday for a few weeks visit with her sister it Fargo, after which she will go to Cot fax, Wis., to spend the rest of the winter with her mother. 4 The, first meeting of the Norwegian Ladies' Aid in the new year was held at ...

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. — 17 January 1919

UIST ON JOB orrER" ORGANIZES HOUSE TO SUIT THEMSELVES. Helena, Montana Jan. 7, 1919. Taylor: f House adjourned at noon until crow at 11 o'clock, so I have time te a few letters. So far most of time has been spent at the Plac (the real capitol). ,ou know by this time Belden ur speaker. It was very unfortun e but R e could do nothing. After 1adering all the men the league ,bers decided to go solid for Hig o Missoula, as the lesser of two He gave evidence of having gressive ideal two years ago, so Cnompany perhaps was not so eof him Then the fact that we ooe suspectedl of supporting him was doubtedly used as a club against , have had several meetings at league ha(duarters. I wish those ho are afraid that the league mem in the legislature will attempt to r, everything upside down could F ,ith our men here, and be at e of our new t n g)s. I don't believe have ever met with saner or more .el headed men. lndly send the Producers News tinning Nith last week's issue, as I not like to miss an...

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 January 1919

PEPLES PUl ".-a 71 1, , Easered as Sew"nd Cuem tr, at at Plentyarood hMotana, Unde rthe Act ofM` dap CUARLI? E. TA IL; R tar '4 Advertising rates on ap plication. Subseription die ad4esse to Th Pro one year, in advance, 4ucip News $2.00; six mobths $1.25. PIentfWif"4, aozna. Quack, fraudulent and irresponsible firms are not knowsl7 ad ite. aid we will take it as a favor if any reader will advise pa 'pram tlrs ahxol thiy yb ocignal to doubt or question the reliability of any firm which patronises otr a dyertisg s ,ss. FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1919 A World At Peace It is difficult to say which the peo ple of all nations want worst-justice and equality of opportunity, or peace. A weariness of strife is settling ovei America. It is probable that the European nations are even more sick of continued dissension. And yet it seems that the advent of economic justice is possible only through the most bitter conflict. And iasti:.g peace can come only through the establishment of thoroughgoing econo...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 17 January 1919

L - L A O Reconstruction Caunit. Saturday at Wash c y Important M ýatter ag Upon. as issued for the Senil-Anz. zagerence of the National of Farm Organizations to be the City of Washington, D. C., " g February 11. ifJ~ission of ten men were ap to go to Europe as soon a e folloving the semi-annua; on Fcbruary 11, at . which roper instructions and creden Will be given the delegation for. of carrying out their m - ,broad. rong endorsement was given Viymcn's League of New York. tentative plans for the erection & Temple of Agriculture and its ent as proposed by the Build rs itjee, which met with the ýtruction Committee, were un _jr approvud, and instruction.z ben to the Committee to pro 4 once to inmtitute a campaign raising of funds for the *ggestion of A. B. Thornhill, manager of the National Union, Lynchburg, Virginia, i :a clan be woiked out so that I may have an opportunity, Z pith merchants and jobbers, t) I e barb wire, gasoline engines, i tcks and other agricultural A LESSON F...

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 January 1919

-ii. ,a> m! r sghat fr the a. ie use f telegraph ag t at Lewis of oIs o ea sweeping resolutioms for the ownership of tailrodas, wit e coal and shipping. Senator B of Idaho is out for the public ownersh p and development of the mati4A- weter power. Needless to say each of these uness ures have able supporters in both houses and among both Hepublicans and Democratic members. Probably the greater number of supporters come from the Democratic side of the house and they have the advantage of the support of the administration. But there are notable cases of Re publicans taking the peoples side2-b sides Borah of Idaho, there are John son of California, Norris of Nebraska, Cummins of Iowa, LaFollette of Wis consin, whose support is counted on for public ownership measures. But the private interests have a tremendous advantage and powerful support. Nothing but the utmost vigilance and sustained effort on the part of the public ownersnip forces will save the day. The lines are being sharpl...

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. — 17 January 1919

Eate Traniers jetler to Elizabeth faa ty deed, lots 4 and 5 5,Oie's add., Scobey. G. Schoenecker to Chas. G wsrranty deed, SE 1-4, 35. to Wm. H. McDougal, SW 1-4 SW 1-4, 25-34-51. Smith to Alma Martin Olsen, deed, W 1-2, 31-35-47. gorck to John Grayson, war. ded, lots 2, 3, 6, block 6, An K 1insley to Chas. C. Mel ty deed, S 1-2 NE 1-4, 10, l 1-4, 11-28-59. . ABogert to Faye C. Riden Santy deed, lots 5 and 6, , plentywood. ', Kjos to Rose Devaney, war deed, lots 3, 4, 9 and 10, block Kjos add., Scobey. o. Johnson to L. A Aldrich, tv deed, lot 19, block 1, Boyer. Twn & Land Co. to Wm. ii, warranty deed, lots 9 and 5, Boyer. s A. to Niels Madsen, patent, 1 W 1-2 SE 1-4, 23, N 1-2 SE A. to John Knutson, patent, 14, 28-30-55. ige W. Hatch to Johannes J. ,warranty deed, W 1-2, lots a 9, block 20, Scobey (one-haif es J. Terpstra to Ernest Par %rranty deed, save as above. rt Forbregd to Anton L. d, warranty deed, SE 1-4, 33, 134-36-49. rn Mont. Sec. Co. to C. A. ,warranty deed, lot 7, ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 17 January 1919

L ftg a'c9 s._ Lee Munson, of Dooley, was in town Wednesday on business. * * * Odis Oie went down to Medicine Lake Sunday. to visit some friends. * * Emil Moe, of Archer, was transact. ing business in Plentywood Tuesday. * 1. $ Ole Larson, of Redstone, was -a business visitor in Plentywood Tues day. * * * Doctor Edmonds of Culbertson was in the county seat on business Mon day. Dan Cashain of Culbertson was tending to business affairs in our city Monday. * * S Ed. Peterson, of Froid, was trans acting business in the county seat Monday. * * * Bud Oakerland, who travels fog Swift & Co., made a visit to this city Monday. * * * E. G. Bernau, of Antelope, was transacting business in the county seat Monday. The La Grange brothers, who live north of Raymond, were visitors in the county seat Monday. Clair Stoner and George Bantz, of the Outlook vicinity, were in the coun ty seat Tuesday evening. Oscar Collins and children, of Ray mond, were in Plentywood Saturday and took in the Orpheum ...

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 January 1919

OPTI&PAt# PR P@PE P HEPEOPLE. ~UME * s~E~~y ~O~N~Y~ANA FRIDAY. JANUARY 24. I9I9S NUMBER 41 [T BUSY IF YOU WANT A FEDERAL SEED GRAIN LOAN t Blanks at Local Bank, Make Application and Affidavits, Get Affidavit From Your Banker, And See Carl Peterson of Plentywood or Hans P. Madsen of Archer. jPUCATIONS MUST BE FILED BY FEBRUARY 1 The United States Government has set aside $5,000,000, to be loaned the farmers of the northwest for the purpose of purchasing seed grain. e loans are made on the basis of $5 per acre and no more than $500 oay one person, and the person applying must be a person who has ex Otel his credit at the banks, it being a measure meant to aid those who 1abgolutely without credit,' due to the successive crop failures. Owing to the fact of the dismissal of County Agent Anderson by the 4d of county commissioners of Sheridan county, there was no one p in the county authorized by law to attend to the distributions of these re and the unfortunate farmers of this county,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 24 January 1919

Our Ezchaages iad Reaters BAINVILLE Harry Nicholson has been donfned to his room the past week with a bad attack of the "flu." Miss Selba Richardson spent ser eral days the past week visiting with friends at Scobey. Mrs. J. Dwyer spent a couple of days in Williston the fore part of the week visiting with friends. Lester Johnson came over from Fairview Sunday and spent the day visiting with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Allen returned last Friday evening from Wiliston last Wednesday evening from Willis ton, where they spent the day visiting with friends. Miss Bertha Oakes came down from Froid, near which place she is teach ing school, and spent the Sabbath vis iting with her folks. Mrs. Tarbox and four children ar rived in the city the latter part of last week from their home at Buf falo, N. Y., and will spend the winter visiting at the M, Larson home. Miss Helen Shilling left Sunday morning for St. Paul, where she goes to resume her studies at St. Cather ines Academy after spending h...

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 January 1919

tTS OFCO Lines So As to InclndC p Sbich Does Not Want to be Ont. point Herald: The week has eventful in the county diviulon The prospect for success , Cogswell county bill is still than it was a week ago. Sev ,bers of the delegation are on It the capital watching the pro of affairs. Some returned this and other went. Our delegatbn or friends are worki* hard and ýniously and are confident of ,hindications are that if the leg re creates any new counties at session Cog: well will be one of The bill is recognized as hav couch merit and stands well. It charge of IRepresentative Ny of Froid. accordance with the principle of greatest good to the greatest r and the desire to make the daries, as nearly as possible, ac e to the p(o)le concerned, es * those included, important ges have been made in the lines. ýone of Valley county is now in The farmers in the Valley tn townships were favorable but objection arose in Oswego, Fra and Glasgow. Another tier of ships has been added on the east port...

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 January 1919

ATh4 A PAPER OPFT-I PYp E ~ontiuaiega OO PROPLES P:.OS1 Cu I . Entered as Second thes Ma&W Oct, r 18 14I W the P'$ 'ce at Plentywood, Montaun, Under the Act 4, X879. CHARLES E. TAYLOR, Mau . Advertising rates on ap- Communications should plication. Subscription be addrbseed to The Pro one year, in advance, ducers liews, Box 587, $2.00; six months $1.5.ana. Qback, fraudulent and irreiponsibl. frms arz not knowltaly advertised. Ma we will take it as a favor if any reader will advias us promptl ehoul4 tisey have oe sIou to doubt or question the reliability of any arm which patronises on advetislag cowams. FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1919 Farmers to Europe, The decision of the Farmers' Ni--. tional Reconstruction conference to send a committee to Europe will probably meet with the hearty ap proval of our farmers and the labor forces of the whole country. The committee is to attend a-great gathering of organized, farmers and workers from many nations, to be held in Paris at the same time the...

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 January 1919

1I Not Going Out of Business, But Going Under All Competitive Prices. We are Forced to.Sac rifice Our Stock to Pay All Claims Against the Estate. In Order to Move Our Stock Fast and Get a Quick Settle nent we have CUT and SLASHED our Prices to the Lowest Notch MEN'S $1.50 MEN'S $2.50 PUFFED WHEAT, DON'T Hork Shirts Overals Corn, Rice MISS THIlS HURRY 98c 1.69 / 12c SALE 40c $1.25 $2.50 . 40c 40c GINGHAM UNDERWEAR SILKS LADIES' HOSE FLANNEL _________ _ 1.78 29c 29c 35c 7c 35c S 5c 20c ' 50c Matches Laundry Soap C ~ookies /Crackers Peas - Corn Cherries 29c 5c 24c 39c 14c , 39c. 50c 30c .30c ' 15c 10lOLbs. Good Salmon Salm on . Ry e Flour Ma car oni S3c 4c Baking Corn9 _____ 4cPowder ~.Flakes 59c 9c $5.00 $6.00 35c 3 Lbs. Shoes Shoes Hp 4' Un Coffee $1 Coffee 2.98 3.98 .4 L.I .I 28c 84c $7.00 $3.50 REGULAR GEORGETTE and SALE PRICE 40c 3 Lbs. Shoes Shoes '70 CREYE DE )HENE Coffee 1.25 Coffee S4.9 8 2.4 8 1 WA IS TS 1'I 34 C 98 c 25c Antelope 45 Per 100 *25c Talcum Powder flu b.Sc avorin...

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 January 1919

state justbn that th ereoi4` miles of pul- I state of MontA. O _ ry 01' esting disclomires see )lie * report since i,, makes known thing of the idpgnitude of the wgl* being carried %ia by th Standards in highway c str! tB recommended after exbsustive of local constructive materials 1s been generally adopted, by the Deveral counties; the _jevelopetet of etand* ards in bridge construcon have ad vanced to the point that county com missioners. communicate their re quirements to the highway commis sion and a standard design is fur nished. As a consequence of this practice county commissioners are no longer at the mercy of bridge con tractors and do not accept their de signs but insist that all bids be based upon the plan furnished by the com mission. To Nov. 30, approximately 80 federal aid highway projects have been initiated as a consequence of the commission's effort. The war, in ability or failure to meet fede~ral re quirements by the counties reduced the number of active .projects t...

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. — 24 January 1919

OUPARIS HNTFARLE TT OUR WASHINGTON LETTER Toilers Will Meet whue Conference Is in Sesulea - ntatives of Progressive Or- I Vis Chosen-Farmers' In. s pi al Program-Attack on J Courts-Big Cities Report Numbe Unemployed-Bill ar Ne ker Before thea Senate Dismisses La Feb rges by Vote of 50 to 21. reactionaries have not yet re from their surprise at the de of the Farmers' Reconstruction nce to send a delegation to reeWhat does it mean ? they y h is it necessary when the defellerized department of aagri e already has men abroad sup' tore represent American farm Should they not be denied pass another farmer representa f vas in October? The big press trowing out dark hints as to a e taint of "bolshevism," but it not directly attacked as yet be oe most of the big progressive jer organizations of the country n represented at the conference; 0 not simply the Nonpartisan ie committee of seven are going ato take part in the big congress organized farmers and organized gr, which is to meet in Pari...

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. — 24 January 1919

** * AMBASSADOR JAMES W. GERARD'S AUTHORIZED VERSION OF " MY FO0UR YEARS I GERMANY S. SORPHEUM THEATRE ADMISSION Mabnee 2:30 MATINEE, 25 & 5 PLENTY WOOD, MONTANA EVENING, 50 & c Evening 8:00 WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29th ReservedSeatsat P'wd.Pharmacy LOCAL NEWS A. F. Moore, of Medicine Lake, was down to the county seat on busi ness this week. *** F. J. Sherry, editor of the Red storen Review, was transacting busi ness in Plentywood Monday. * * * Ed. Spencer, of Medicine Lake, was up to the county seat receiving medi cal treatment of Dr. Steele this week. Geo. Stringer, who lives on the reservation near Poplar, was in the county seat Tuesday. * * * John Kollman will leave for the Twin Cities this week, where he ex pects to visit friends. * * * Miss Agnes Duffy has taken the place of Mr. Major in the Plentywood orchestra at the piano. * * * The Plentywood High school boys' and girls' basket bats teams will play Outlook Friday night at Outlook. * * * G. C. Lasater went down to Ante l...

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 January 1919

,,,. ý 1. T.,"Ir q, .. .. .. J- . " - [ ,-; e. . '-. " ' 1K.. .K, . R ..VoL V Number 24 A PAPER PEQYAA9 Y pO ..EFOR THE E*PL #E UME I PLJNTywoUACN M T AY19194 NUMBER 42 URT CALENDAR SET FOR SHERIDAN COUNTY e Hurley Set the Calendar for the March Term Last Friday Afternoon. M WILL BE LONG ONE Hurley of the Seventeenth District in and for. Sheridan Montana, arrived in Plenty from Glasgow where he is hold,. Ourt last Friday on the after train went immediately, to .the , Chambers at the Sheridan court house, where he went *tely into session for the pur d setting the Calendar for the 'f court which will convene 4th. ers from different parts of 4 ty, together with the local were present to assist i Hurley and Clerk of the Dis- ( rt Girard in making the cal- a the attorneys present were 1 Lunke of Sydney and C. E. I od Medicine Lake. .c to the fact that there was ' last fall because of the epi- J because of the numerous e ned over from last fall, r is an exceptionally long S time. I 1 foll...

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 January 1919

FFERAL LOAN ASSOC. MAIC A CAREER Liberty National Farm Lo9 Associ ation of Comertown Has $121,400 in Applications and Has Placed 1 $70,000. In a letter to the Producers News, i the Secretary-Treasurer of the Liber- 1 ty Farm Loan Association of Comer town has an interesting report to make of the business of that insti tution at the close of its first yea: of business. This report is interesting in many ways and shows what can be done toward contributing to the prosperity of the farming interest of Montana by taking advantage of the opportu nities offered by Uncle Sam in the way of 5% per cent money. The basic industry of this country must have cheaper money and the government realizing this gives you this opportunity which- many wise ones are taking advantage of. The Federal Farm Loap Law needs to be amended to make it more liberal in its provisions, which amendments will come in time. However there are no brokerage charges in connection with a Federal Loan and no commission mortgag...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
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