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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 31 January 1919

HAVE. POSITIONS WHEN SOLDIERS RETURN Falls, Jan. 30.--"A .06"tI. )r returned soldiers; the idea is t one," says Scott Leavitt, Director of Employment for the boys marched away, and brass bands were com Now the boys are coming some of them have had the and privilege of being factors ,itorious battlefields of Francs; have gone no farther than the camps and cantonments; bat of them should be paid the ex 'on of gratitude due to those who offered their lives in the time of country's emergency," said Mr. , continuing. "It is true that will not return, having been to pay the supreme sacri b.t those who do return the can people should be quick to with the same spirit of patriot was manifested when they en The boys should be met with reception in the form of being a return of the position they to answer their country's call, places to which they would been entitled had they remained ne, and for those who have no r employment to which they may every effort should be made to a profitable posit...

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 January 1919

THE PRODU ERS: NEW : i A PAPER OF THE P=X't*, .V Th PEOPLE, FOR TIrE Ti.. Continuing the OUTLOOK P1P MOTOR PEOPLES PUBLISHING COMPARY, PUBLI&$SERlt Entered as Second Class Matter, October 18, 1912, at the Postoce. at Plentywood, Montana, Under the Act of March 3, 1879. CHARLES E. TAYLQR, Editor. and Manager. Advertising rates on ap- - Comaunicationtr hoit . plication. Subscription be addressed to The Pro one year, in advance, ducers News, Box 587, $2.00; six months $1.25. Plentywood, Montana. Quack, fraudulentand irresponsible)s are not knowiny advertis&mnd we will take it as a favor if any reader will a4se us promptly should they have eceasion to doubt or question the reliability of any firm which patronizes our advertising columns. FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1919 Tell US Why Our amusing contemporary naively inquired of the Producers News 'a couple of weeks ago why the farm ers' paper had not commented or ex pressed its opinion upon the trial and conviction of the four socialist 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. — 31 January 1919

WOC A NEW S ,°oDonaldson is rebuilding his of i his garage. Frank Tome was in Plenty Sunda visiting friends. ley noll of Outlook kas over on business. is Hanson, of Dooly, was in the seat Saturday on business. otjur Langar of the First Nation nk of Plentywood, left for Min on business Sunday. rLindberg left for the Twin _ where he will spend a short visiting and taking in the sights. Slarron arrived Sunday from Falls, where he had been on oriey Hubner of Medicine. Lake in the city Saturday looking af biness matters. M Manny returned home Mon from St. Louis, Mo., where he yen selling horses. prv Stevens was in PlentywooI ,.and took a load of people .utloo to take in the basket ball ?10 new girls arrived at the City Saturday, taking the place of voung ladies formerly employed * * * and Mrs. Hans Hardersen of rwere shopping and looking af ~siness affairs in he county seat following people took the civil * examination last Saturday: Smith, Miss Agnes Duffy, lie and Amie Munson. Plentywo...

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 January 1919

A sixprlae : pady was giyvp 0 few days ago in honor of Mras.. Ab.t bT large number of friends atteaiht report a fne time. Mrs.' Leland. Leet left Friday ir Little Falls, Minnesota, where ase will visit her mother and brother for a few weeks. Mr. George Stringer returned Tues day from a trip to .Canada. Mr. Stringer has land there. Mr. Will Ross was in Plentywood Saturday. Dick and Maude, horses helonging to Mr. Bruce Leet (Sr. and Jr.), have met with death. Maude had fallen in to an open well, and was discovered shortly after. Dick was a family pet, in his twenties and was ljeing kept in a praiseworthy manner-not for work-but as one who had toiled faithfully in his harness. Mrs. Joe Whitish is on the sick list. Miss Olive Phelps has gone to St. Paul to undergo an operation. Friends are looking forward for a speedy re covery. George Smith has gone to Nelson, Minnesota on a strictly business pro position. Many doubt the evidence ot this. We're from Missouri. Mr. Joe Whitish and daught...

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. — 31 January 1919

i. ý alas ae one as Leasure Proposeaw i -tion--Story of t- Congressman . Service for P's Hidden By Iuggled B&a -. Introduces Important aca Ilgi.--Peace Conference 'tke on Russia. n. , D. C.,-Frsas , J. testifying before the seý ' ittee on agriculture The Eder consideration was the Ken bill, drafted in the department icuIture for the innocent use of pe ocratic senator from Wyom-: for the supposed purpose of se government control of stock stock cars, refrigerator cars cold storage warehouses "to te the production, sale and dis on of livestock and livestockc ." The Kendrick bill was a thing, because it proposed g." Heney knew it. He di4. want to say so at the start, so t~ked about the big packers and the government must smash I monopoly of the' food business ~is country. lmstor Norris, Senator Kenyonx Senator Gronna, by turns, drew leney the story of the fight he as counsel for the federal trade ion, to get into the private vaults of Henry Veeder, coun jr Swift & Co., to secure...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 31 January 1919

,- 1 V +~~~~ ;S.j 4t Not Going Ou.t ring U der All Competitive Pd We are Forced to Sac. rifice Our Stock:to Pa All Caims Against the Estate. In Order to Move OurStock Fast and Get a Quick Settle ment we have . .-H. our ices to the Lowest Notch HURRY!_ MEN'S $1.0S M ENS$2.50 PUFFEDW DON'T HURRY! Work Sunrts j Overalls cornRie I THS HURRY 98c;~~ <~L~69;i. :I2&.i'SALE 40c $1.25 $2.50 40c 40c GINGHAM [UNDERWEARI 'SILKS '* LADIES; HOSE FLANNEL 29c :I.:79c 1.78 29c : 29c I 35c T 35c 50c 20c 50c Matches Laundry Soap Cookies. Crackers- Peas - Corn Cherries S29_ 5c 24c [ 39c I . 14c 39c 50c 30o, 30 15c l Lbs. G ood i *Salmon Salmon k RyeFlour Macaroni 39c 249 c I .ing- P 59€ I" - c i $5.00 $6.00, - 35c 3 Lbs. l Shoes I Shoo, i I Coffee $1 Coffee 3 2.98 ______ 28c 84c.. .,. 5°:- -- + -- I $7.00 R35 EGUILAR :GEORGETTE and SAL.E PRICE 4c3 Lbs. Shoes Shoes 50 CREPE DECHENE -I9S Coffee 1.25 Coffee 4.98. 2.48 W"tVAIsS .7 34c 98c 25c .: I Anitelope 45:Per 100 25c Talcul;olIhtKn1. - !l~S· .: ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 7 February 1919

I.I - PLNTY~(QNA~4, FIDAYFE1RiJ~y~ , 1194NUMBER 43 m-hl $Wl ?HBY YfE OF 81. 1012 awrat TIT WIT~dkwatera me .. NLEY EN9ORS& a Vote of Better Tha&~ns Idtdo One, Farmers Answer Charges Against Townley St Paul, m a vote of bet erthan U a I the members of the spartisan '. ague have sustained Saction i national committee p -e A. C. Townley to the 60Ti f p cV(iflnt of the organi on. The unusual interest which faralci' members took in the mat is welI shown by the fact that oft a memb' hi>i'Jp of something over ncarly 100,000 voted. Ninety t thousand three hundred 2nd' -one ballots were cast to sustain action of the national committee 978 disapproved. The vote is a remarkable indorse of the management and policy a organization, the leadership of h has been made the special ob of attack by the anti-farmer Unable to attack the prin of farmer organization or the *d program outlined by the or farmers, the press and the *ians could do nothing but vent r spleen. on the League leaders. m...

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 February 1919

Nonpartisan League Caue.. CeA* trolling Both ouases, Falu1s Prom ise to Labor-Workmwe's Csmpes iation and Anti-njwtaede. Mesa. ures Indorsed. Bismarck, Jan. 31.-Proposed bill providing for a workmen's compen.' sation act and limiting the power of courts to grant injunctions in certain labor matters were indorsed tonight by the Nonpartisan le tive caucus and will be introduced in theassemb ly tomorrow. The three measures discussed and approved by the legislative commit tee of the North Dakota Federation of Labor. There is little doubt but that the bills will pass the legislature al most as drawn. The proposed bill creating the compensation act affects every person in the state who has three or more employes, except those engaged in agriculture or domestic service and section 1 recites that the "state of North Dakota, exercising herein its sovereign powers, declares that the prosperity of the state de pends in a large measure upon the well-being of its wage-workers and; therefore, for...

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 February 1919

.~ '~-*-~ A -. * N A. - - . e .*. -F S Pientyw Mont. STARTS 10A.M. p I , 9 I, the ur4ersigned have placed my stock of Harness and Harness Supplies' in the hands of Gregson Sales Co. of Spokane to. I be sold at Auction to the highest bidder re gardless of cost. All goods will be sold by the piece. Come and get your supplies at your own price. Sale will continue until all is sold. Yours for bargains, A. GLANDER - DON'T MISS THIS SALE Partiallistof Goods Don~t Forget The If you have ever aftend~ Collars, Harness, D A T E ed a Gregson Sale, YOU Halters, Bridles, will sure be there. If you haven't you better be Leather Goods, TIME there or you will be the Fly Nets. Sweat Pads PLACE big looser. Horse Blankets, All Harness Goods-GOES Harness Fittings. Liberty Bonds Taken as Cash ~REGSOR SALES CO. ~E, WASHINGTON G9 L GREGSON, Auctioneer £4- - ~. 4 -~ -~ - ~ ~4Ofl~~~a: -t - --4-- 44-4- 4~14 ~s~44- ~-4t 44- -~ ~ ~$4~ ~ 44- 4- -' ~ ~4-4

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 7 February 1919

* I A RAPR OF T J`7 ?EO$ toD Entered as a ond _ tter, O4o I 191, at Plentywood, Montan, ' er the Act o 3, CHARLES ' TAYLOR, Ede d Advertising rates on ap plication. Subscription be Pro one year, in advance, du 57, $2.00; six months $1.25. P Quack. fraudulent and Itresposmible himss are &IagIVas- sIheen *id w* wi take it as a favor if any reader wi1 advise us promps .hoolt Sehi bav" asi ht. doubt or question the reliability of any airm cb patusalipin ear advdtig uuIgi. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 194 - Eliminating War: Again President Wilson surprises us with an accurate analysis of a great evil. Appearing before the Paris peace conference in behalf of the league of nations on January 25th he said: "We are here to see that the very foundations of this war are sweet away. Those foundations were th, private choice of a small coterie of civil rulers and military chiefs. Those foundations were the power of small bodies of men to wield their will and use mankind as pawns in a game. And nothin...

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. — 7 February 1919

-ocNL pgffy left this morninag tEo on business. * * s Smith of Welliver was a ,eat business visitor ;on Non:. junior class will give' a' as ball at the Community Hall, lot * Morin of Medicine Lake :busmess caller Sunday in the .aura and Agnes Duffy were o Mrs. John Foxy Sunday It their ranch home. * * * and Mrs. John O'Grady wele jtywood from the farm near th'ý first of the week. Fixture of Daleview was in 0unty seat on business last 7, coming over in a Ford car. Fadis had feed ground at the l fG d mill, which is located Guy Mellon farm, east of this * * + o. Duffy, who has been working if Point for the Great Northern, 0 at Bainville working for the company. * a * Shacede, who was formerly em at the Plentywood Pharmacy, ken up a position as salesman Grawe Clothing Store. * * , rt Amstutz, a widely known I rancher and farmer of the i territory, was in the county on business the first of the i * $6 I. Astrup and C. B. Astrup, at farmers of the Coalridge ,were in Plentywood Tuesday. 4 ...

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. — 7 February 1919

Interesting Coeg:y hes FIon Our Exchanges and Reader COMERTOWN Walter Madc of Plentywood and Mr. Stuart were seen in an auto north of Dooley and Comertown last Tues day. A big party was held at the H. L. Phinney place Tuesday evening. Ev eryone present enjoyed a nice time. The Irish festival given at the home of Mrs. Rose Gibson last Fri day evening was a credit to old Ire land. The fore part of the evening was devoted to whist and there was whist for everybody'. The most strik ing pait of the whist seemed to be the way. a couple farmer dubs went through the Comertown champions just like a cannon ball through a keg of sauerkraut. Captain Pohle reports the pulse of the Comertown boys as about normal and says he will show the boys in public again after a two weeks' course training and encour agement. Later in the evening a con siderable excitement was created when Mr. Pohle and John Nelson guessed first the contents of a couple packages. Mr. Pohle got the potato and Mr. Nelson the cor...

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. — 7 February 1919

1ETHDS NASK A m GUR WASHUINGTOi L3ZTR About Golden Age of Special Coming to Light--Pack It agnates Admit Cmhrges Stand-How A;mear profits Statement---Pack. Largest Dealers in Butter, t Oleo-The Rockefellerised eat of Agriculture-Sena. j n Again Demands With. From Russia. gton, D. C.-Recent days in might well be character days of astounding revels A great deal of truth about golden age of special privilege y coming to light. The plu played so fast and furious the people were occupied with ar, that their' game became and careless. The unusual fa for slaking the most inordin . e, presented by war condi ad a congress under their con were taken full advantage of. senate committee on agricul as heard the big men in the g trust, Armour, Swift, Cudahy Wilson, admit all the importar. g brought against the trust by geral trade commission and out j5vestigators. Washington has teated to an expose of the sub y of the department of agri to the Rockefeller propagan achine and of its disregard of j...

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. — 7 February 1919

byany : its1. No body -WOE ot is in t least down hearted over , = tion. We would greatly regret have our 8id ,eco victims of t ine ntIpe that itreat ens them and rus thft the ppweis at the capital will get wise to the reai situation before the McGons bij.goes through. But as far as Roo.evelt county is conoerne4, Wolf.,P int, if the county is created, will com outi of. the deal fully as well . as . our friends next down tie line. . Wheq they had to extend the lines of their pet scheme and surrender control of the proposed county board they knew it was good night for them. If we are correctly informed the proposed county board is composed of Patch of Poplar, Anderson of Froid and, Weinrich of Mondak. Mr. Anderson is the newly elected member of the Sheridan county board. It is said that they have pledged themselves to name Mondak as temporary county seat. As tlr3 lines of the proposed county now stands the north bound ary, starting at the Valley ,county line, runs between townships 32 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 14 February 1919

e 9 ýTrýE~i _ 6 .1. 6 d 4d-e mo., 4dW 4t AgI &r d4'4Y yy i t I -i a Fas Trail. Ga Mw or PckReservta, WITHOUT P Prominent Sheai dMa Bankers WhI Are " hing-Evek lhe fueminent and es ».. $y Literary GeuI s _at Herald, N s a Picure of the "ik Killed Father," a a Carking Story of t of the Ma. W t h Pulled a Cork-4Fi end Pathe, Wiek -d "Long Green" 'igid . the "Red" BuadaeV'. (No, Red Is OatAs .omething Elie; M,:.h .fie. ?*t Herald: Some '*daes, nevera . 'Oally 0o elers along t sad down som . es fat over t was enacte eit was a w ,a hep--ouaf ;s it were, but 4 , st -eriously a4d being firmly si t i out, it "as and pel shed tly. board a A quartet, bankers, fry' ,, far, with -t one was' smoking reader, this .b the wayt,$ Wr4. even Sculle4 ~ ra Ike and bI l a itsl ANTE" DISTUR *the Law Inter" $ Sunday Ev High and GlWmne TAKING A HAND any-Ante" Club, whidl a very interet , Iy shocked and day eve when - Walked in and took the pot. e of the sheriff social game of law is law s law is strong. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 14 February 1919

NORTH DAKOTA FIRST IN AIDING SOLDIERS Nonpartisan Approved Bill to Edu cate and Provide Hosmes for Its Soldiers. Bismarck, N. D.-North Dakota will be the first state in the Union t) to show its gratitude for its returned vi soldiers in a tangibe way. V A bill levying a tax of one-half of fi 1 mill upon all assessed property in h, the state for the purpose of creating a "returned soldiers' fund," to be a used in aiding soldiers to purchase h homes or, complete their education, a was unanimously indorsed with cheers by the Nonpartisan league s caucus after William Lemke made an e eloquent plea that the commonwealth e assist the men who fought this na- a ti on's battles. f The act provides that any citizen I of this state who has been honorably c discharged from the military or nav- 4 al forces of the United States, or of I any of the governments associated with the United States, may, after i proper application has been approved by the adjutant general, receive from the returned soldi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 14 February 1919

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Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 14 February 1919

THE PRODUC S A PAPER OF THE MBQPLE, S1PTIE ~OLZ A Contint the OU 0TOO P P.EOPLES PUBI SHING Entered as Second Class Matter, Oetober 18, 191 , a i Pe" P e . at Plentywood, Montane, Under the Act otMarch 3, l9. CHARLES E. TAYLOR, Utor ab M Advertising rates on ap. plication. Subscription be add e -Ito TilW one year, in advance, duces News, Bo We $2.00; six months $1.25. Plentywood, Monte Quack, fraudulent and irresponsible Srms are not knowingly advertli . sad we wW take it as a favor if any reader will advise us promptly should t ey have a i doubt or question the reliability of any Srn which patronises our advertlglag colands. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1919 - Self Determination All during the late unpleasantness with the Germans, those who op posed the war, were held up to scorn, and were pointed out as traitors, not only to the "stars and stripes," but to th2 ideals of world democracy. It was pointed out that the pacifists, while their opposition to the war, was above criticism as to the...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 14 February 1919

LOCAIp` Chrisbach left bor rarge M for an operation. icy Marron came to schoo &i red she had the mum s. n* 4.` Moe of Archer was in th4 eseat on business yesterday. js Oie left for Williston Ia t Fri. to have work done on his eyes. * ** Ness, of Redstone, was it uty seat on business Tuesday Wes Marron is out this week a' hying mumps for the past three $* * Billy Davis, from Scobey, was to the county seat visiting * $ State Eighth grade exams are be held here the last of this earley Hubner of Medicine Lake up to the county seat on busi this week. s * * c.G. Gilbertson of Towner, North ota, was a business visitor to wood Tuesday. * * a Jr, and Mrs. C. A. Bornstedt of rre were transacting business in tywood Monday. * - county Commissioner Anderson Froid was up to the county seat business Wednesday. * * s gold Savey o fthe Antelope dis was transacting business in the seat last Tuesday. * * $iil Moe of the Moe Brothers Co ion of Archer was a business r to the county Tuesday. * * Mads...

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. — 14 February 1919

Ft. Our Ezchaange md tReadasn SCOBEY Iver Ferestad was in from the flat, on Wednesday. M. L. Erickson was a business vis itor in thl city Thursday. A. N. Tande returned on Thursday from Seattle where he has been spending the winter. W. S. Griffith left Saturday for Spokane, Wash., to join his wife who is spending the winter months at the coast. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Jackson, old timers at Plentywood, are visiting their *daughter, Mrs. Walter Dieter this week. Roy Golden taugh Miss Cooking ham's room Monday and Tuesday of this week, she being absent on ac count of sickness. Mrs. Fred White and little son, from north of town, was an over Sun day visitor with her mother, Mrs. Golden in Scobey. Mrs. Christenson and daughter, Miss Esther, of Coal Creek, left Sco bey Tuesday morning for a few months' visit in the east. Miss Alice Lockrem, who has been assisting at The Palace, left for Froid on Wednesday, having accepted a po sition in a general store. Jack Kjelstrop, the Plentywood dray man,...

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