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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 14 February 1919

i4A WIT OLD GUAM " 0UR WASHINGHTON LTgT oIinois Withdraws From ett, Fess and Towner to Rule House-Packers i Nicely by House Commit- I ,ift Admits Charges Before Committe - Unemployment Throughout the Union- 4 an Young's Plan on I Guarantee-More Bevela- I "Black Hundred" Security I gton, D. C.-Representa R. Mann says his health I ,led him again, and he may be I to take the job of speaker of js announcement comes just af- ] 0n's admission that he was a horse and a roast of beef by i & Co., at times when he was them vc y valuable ser Scongress. The fact seems to t Mann's political health has impaired by his diet of horse beet. SLongworth has also with- I from the spea.-ership race, three candidates-Gillett of husetts, Fess of Ohio and r of Iowa. All three represent regular organization. Gillett the place by right of seniori 'itough his backers say that if s elected he will help to abolish eniority rule in selecting corn chairmen. Fess claims it by of the fact that he .was chair of ...

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. — 14 February 1919

VM harvest had bees bla4 ore, weeks previously by nuýu~a -he era, so that tOw pain was ovur Lip. and the resultant lana w& :m*ch greater than it would have been had harvest proceeded as usual. Need of Surplus Hail insurance in order to be the most value, must spread the rink *v er a large period of years and also over a large area. It is aly,by main taining a substantial reserve fund that this can be assured. The busi ness of the State Hail Insurance over the years 1917- 918 clearly shows the possible fluefLon in losses. In 1917, a collection of twenty-six cents per acre would have paid all losses and in 1918 it would have required a levy of $1.330 per acre to pay all the losses in full. A comparison of the experience of the stock companies shows that in 1917 they returned twenty-eight cents (28c) out of every dollar col lected to those insuring. The pre liminary reports of their 1918 busi ness shows that they will pay the farmers a little more than they col lected. The records ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 21 February 1919

., ,1°-:' ,-i. ' .<. .ý -. ... . . ... . . ",~'^. . .7' . .. -Y 'S..ý _ t• 'k? " , ý'' "'. J. "' .t y, '- .. ° A't iy • t M . ' ' ._ , . 'A 'IR , E ' " -M - " .. ' a . • F- " E R AR 1 9A NUMBERI 45 wS ·? -U ATE AGRICUlTURAL EPT COMESTO REUE 1 H. Peterson, Secretary of the Sher idan County Farm Bureau Deputized to Issue Half Rate Permits on Feed .and Forage. 1 ing to the predicament that in the drouth' stricken area rdan county have found theli as a rcsult of the spiteful and policy of the board of county. . ners and the county audi kdismissing County Agent An because of the fact that he too much, and was too square useful, they have been unable the half freight rates on feed wage provided for by" the De-, . of Agriculture, until re when Carl B. Peterson, secre' of the Sheridan County Farm Swas deputized to act by Agent at large, E. W. An-= ,who has not forgotten his in Sheridan county although from the county by the "three men" and the "efficient man lasgow." following announceme...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 21 February 1919

MOVEMENT ON FOOT TO KILL FEDERAL LAND BANK (Continued .from last week) The Producers News is reproducing below a circular sent out to the bnk-t ers and farm mortgage brokers, in a campaign for legislation to cripple, if not absolutely kill the Federal Land Ban`- When the Federal Land t Bank- was established, it was never t meant to succeed and at the time the j law was passed its chance to succeed was remote because the bonds of the bank were not attractive as an in- 2 vestment. But the war came on, and the whole credit syptem of the world revolutionized. Because of the war and consequent issues of Liberty . bonds and revolution in taxation, the tax exempt bonds of the Federal Land Bank, instead of being unattrac- I tive and hard to sell, are now the most ~ attractive bonds on the market and they sell like hot cakes, thereby as suring plenty of money to take up all 1 loans as fast as they are applied for. This means that in the course of a few years, the loaf sharks will be put out ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 21 February 1919

REE DAILY PLANNED FOR MINNESOTA NEEDS O ized Farmers and Workers e Incorporated Company to Basv Daily Paper in Twin Cities. St. paul -In response to urgent de f P rorn all parts of the state the .,.prtisan league and union labor aI ,Twin Cities will start a daily in the near future.. Articles .r rnoration have already been ic yinneapolis has been decided f the location because of the nas th of the union forces there, u.ethi great city has no paper amildly representing the common even and because it is the metro isle of the state. It will be financed s le of stoc and the articles of rporation provide for an issue of 000,000. \\ hile it is expected that 1v.ew uOf the great demand for a free preSs, the paper will pay its ry from the tart, the primary pur of the backers of the new daily Sthe b iV of their appeal to the ,blic ill b tIhe need of an inde ienent ' fight the battle for iab. paom . tv1' ected to serve both fan,,:I ti? country and the aorkcrs a:d (i hc,! in the city who . a 2i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 21 February 1919

TH SI PAP.ER O, .REC.. - .I. 'PEOPLES 3 Entered as Second Matter Otbe at Plentywood, DMont * Tad te f SCHARLES-R. TAYLOR, daitoa and t Advertising rates on ap plication. Subscription i one year, in advance, d. n i $2.00; six months $1.25. * Quack. fraudulent and irresponsible firugs are « ,a1ku ng *4rtsesd. a1w.irte: take it as a favor if any reuder will advise as to.tip uho .bL havu~qsI doubt or question the reliability of any firm which patrneaises ur adverbtising aeiPis. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1919 Removal of County Agent The path of the county agricultural agent is not strewn with roses. The more efficient and aggressive he is, the more likely he is to run on a snag. The trouble lies in the fact that he has too many bosses. He is the hired servant of the United States government, the state and the county, and of these -three, the great est is the county. He is selected by the state agricultural college and with the advice and consent of the county commissioners allowed to do .iis ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 21 February 1919

.t c _~Z~ ýtýIý,LL' fiiý will play here the .i of .odon business visitor last Nickerson of the, oi was in the count. capitol Styve and Eddie Mee were seat visitors the latter part week. sud Mrs. Guinn are moving y Rednoind house next to the building. Charley Lamer went to Froid with the teachers' team, to substitute. s-piece orchestra will play for 'emen's dance, Feb. 22,. Ev welcome. .. * Marron has receovered from of the mumps and is able to gound again. Rooter entertained the Ladies' Wednesday night. A chicken was served. Smith and L. S. Smith of Welliver country were in the seat Monday. and Mrs. John F. Phelps has down to Homestead the past on business. Thompson, 4th grade teach the Plentywood schools, had a attack of the grippe this week. * 4* Nickerson of Outlook was mcounty seat on business y of this week. C. C. Sells of Dooley, pur a Coupelet Car of the Mon r Co. this week. Bolster and wife returned soane where they had been Kthe past three weeks. Agnes Milar and her sister ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 21 February 1919

Interesting County Items From Our Exchanges and Readers FROID Attorney L A. Brown and wife havestarted housekeeping in the cot tage recently vacated by G. W. Ed wards.. Miss Lenore Hetrick is teaching in the Plentywood schools, having been elected to file a vacancy caused by the resignation of one of the faculty. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Dorothy, Mrs. Ed. Torkelson and Mrs. D A. Purves were Plentywood visitors Saturday. The latter two were entertained at the home of Mrs. Paul Babcock dur ing their stay at the county capitol. Mr. and Mrs. Dorothy remained over Sunday and were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Sunderhauf. Attorney Brown was over to the county seat the first of the week. The Norwegian Ladies' Aid met the 20th at the home of Mrs. Benson, in the country. Mrs. D. itidel of Shelby, Mont., spent the first of the week here the guest of Miss Helen Sheldon of the Froid school faculty. Miss Minda Stubban came down from Medicine Lake this morning to accompany her mother and baby home fr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 21 February 1919

SaARD TO [FEB TI j wASHINGTON LETT E' Betw-ee- Also Admits - o. B"ley's $5,000 tor Bl's Became Why Taribe of Good to geney and Walsh op inage Act De SspinatSenators See S. PSEverywhere--Ac Intervention. D. C.-Henry Veeder, for the big meat pack confessing, to the sen on agriculture, under on by Francis J. the past week, some of details of the packers' e.spapers, politicians, ad Sfficers ot the govern s of livestock growers' and so forth. Sometimes often like a wild animal Sgro..ling and a show of has admitted the deals e long hand of the packers e every corner of the priate and public influence opposition to its plans. s.ught to deny Heney's on any point, the federal ommission's investigator its his pile of papers, Ot a letter taken from the files, and read the fact- a statement by Veeder to Cas the payment of money g funds-Congressman Kjansas, Rodenberg in Il rnor Colquit in Texas. the negotiation with Colin vice president of the National bank in this city, been under $4,000 salary...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 21 February 1919

10 opposed ad id a ernor Sam V. B.ewat Governor Stewart has uthe. e open to him in considl dri ' He can sign the bill, v ,i t it, i it become a law without p "alC on it one way or the other. Men have been in close tmiah the situation since the big l#rt t epw are of the opinion that the chief ae ecutive will pursue the .Itter P.~oara holding true to the ine of pie edu he has adopted when other county division measures have reached the desk. The Roosevelt county bill was tak en up on general orders last Satur day morning and after some slight opposition to have it reconsidered Monday, in order that the boundaries might be changed, a vote was taken with the foregoing result. The Senate apparently appreciated that the opposition sprung from pure ly selfish motives and the motfzn to have the bill reconsidered was made merely to cause needless delay andl perhaps start the fight all over again. The McCone county bill is also be fore the Governor and like the Roose velt county bill there ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 7 March 1919

k- - y - - -- - - NE'S A PAPER OF THEB PEOP.E, FOR THE PEOPLE SContinuing ts OUTLOOK. PROMOTER VoL VI Numn 29 r)LUME I. " PLENTYWOOD, SHERIDAN COUNTY, 'iNTANA. FRIDAY, MARCH 7. 1919. JMBER 47 4 . . ... 0.SEE· la! GAIN FND $1 G. TYLER IS NE W COMM MISSIONER rminent League Farmer of the Home stead Section Appointed By Judge Hurly L G. Tylr, prominent league and highly respect citizen of -omestead section was appoint County Commissioner last Wed y afternoon by Judge Hurly to Commissioner John Ander elected by the farmers last fall Shuge majority, who resigned to county commissioner in the county of Roosevelt which was this winter out of the south part of Sheridan county and in county Mr. Anderson' resides, having been appointed a commis r in the new county. There was a multitude of candi Why so many people want office is beyond understanding. petitions were filed and many l letters were written to the in behalf of different candi and quite a number of the is were in Plentywood the firs...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 7 March 1919

mpu -DAY CONFERENCE S. EMANDS ABOLITION OF AMERICAN ATROCITIES New York, N. Y.--Restoration of civil liberties, the repeal of the Es pionage and Deportation Acts, and a general amnesty for all political prisoners were demanded by wireless of i'resident Wilson, on board the S. S. George Washington, and by telegram of the members of the cabi net and of Congress, in ringing reso lutions passed at the end of a two day conference on Liberties held here on February 22 and 23. The confer ,nce was called under the auspices of eight liberal, socialist, labor, and r-adical groups, as follows: Civil Lib erties Bureau, Fellowing of Recon ciliation, Irish Progressive League, League for Political Amnesty, New York Bureau of Legal Advice, Peo pie's Council of America, Woman's International League, and the Work ers' Defense Union. Several hund red delegates participated. How far the "Passing of Liberty," which was discussed at the opening session, has already gone was concretely and ef fectively de...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 7 March 1919

IOUNTY ROUNDUP ite resting County Items From Our Exchanges and Readers 1 ESTBY ldc. rid· xw as in town Wednes 0. Neston lhft Monday for Dunn r, to Mr. :i-,d Mrs. WVil Anhalt, .,:bv g. : . . ýand ;tit rs A. A. Hanna left "-ir:h n"ii,' ,rminations are on [e Wes tby sc'hools. iand G"i.. ii. L. Onstad are .7g wit! ;iatives in the east. :ir -" ~ 'l was a passenger s'te''n io; . on Monday. and ,~I .- . bather were Sun Sgs.t tf t . and Mrs. Anton o'in Cook .a:"rivcd home Tuesday y:, tir, k.is in the Kenmare K,. e to 3 r. and Mrs. Collin Cook, ,, p~.ii ,any girl, baturday Addrew (;r~ia was mn town this , to see that the boys in the store ere behaving themselves. prt ,,;' -venteeil came over 4 Alkabo to take in the masquer ~ ball la~ s.aturday evening. Charley Li ark was looking after ~ness miattrs in town 'luesday, :rn;ng hoim that evening. ...nn athtk r wts so much improved , t.^ baths at Ilot Springs that he mposes to return for future treat Born to Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Pol ;,. a baby girl...

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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 7 March 1919

A THE PRODUCERS NEWS T EA PAPER OF THE PEOPLE,mB.'i W L it R '' * Fi 4O P Continuing the OUTLOOK PROMOTOfR PEOPLES PUBLISWING COMPANY, PUBLISHUS Entered as Second Class Matter, .ctober 18, 1912, . the Poofice at Plentywood, Montana, Under the Act of March 3, 1879. CHARLES E. TAYLOR, Editor and Manager; Advertising rates on ap- Communications should Splication. Subscription be addressed to The Pro one year, in advance, ducers News, Box 587; one00 six months $1.25. Plentywood, Montana. $2.00; six months $1.26. Quack. fraudulent and irresponsible firma are not knowingly advertised, and we will take it as a favor if any reader will advise us promptly should they have occasion to doubt or question the reliability of any firm which patronises our advertisina columas. FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1919 Keeping the Dollar at Home J ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ - - -'-- -. ,' -. .'. IIr Pltl How often have we heard this slo gan! Under most conditions we are quite in favor of it. But why limit it, as the merchant generall...

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 March 1919

LOCALunr. Otto M. Stadig of W' etby was in or city Tuesday. I J. Christinson of Scobey was in e city Saturday. Mrs. Anna Rose is a visitor in town Srom Outlook. Joe Wankle was in the city from *ooley last Monday. Chris Madsen was in town frqn erve last Monday. rve 1 * Win. Knilans of Scobey made a cip to this city last Tuesday. A. R. Midby was a caller in this Aty from Midby last Monday. Lillian Hanson of Bainville was 'a i~tor in our city last Saturday. E. E. Phelps of Redstone was i 5ller in Plenywood last Tuesday. Harry Hanson of Culbertson made pientywood a call last Wednesday. Ole Overland was seen on 'our rts Tuesday from Homestead. J. S. Miller of Homestead was visitor in our city last Tuesday. Larsen Anderson of Dagmar was ier to the county seat on Thursday. Will N. Downing was in the coun ty seat, acting as a juroi, Wednes N. Davis of Scobey was a pleasant sller in the county seat last Wed ueeday. * * John Grayson of Antelope was pt business caller in Plentywood Thurs Joe W...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 7 March 1919

THE SOWING OF SPRING WHEAT The following conditions must be met by farmers in the drought strickcbn districts of Monfana in or dtr to obtain Federal aid for the sow id:g of soring wheat in the spring of I. T'hce requirements have been agreed upon by representatives of tl NiJonta.,a Agricultural Experi tr lnt Station, the Montana Agricul tural Extension Service, and the UlmtCd St.t.Ls Department of Agri cult ur('. cop, ting. ~'LU. I\\ IG.-Land which has pr]U",.d t 4 wO orir more grain crops since " t was last plowed must be we` o!,d ;,ore it is sown to spring vi.icat. ;his plowing must be not t,:. n iour inches deep and the ta t be turned over evenly. Land - wa- t) ekn for the first time Sland ich was fallow in 5 or land i,, v'hich an intertilled r. p was giro,,, in 1918, should be I!, :uitable conlitio, for seeding with out plowing in the spring before seed ing to spring wheat. 2. CONDI''ION OF SEED BED. -The land should be free from weeds to a'low the uniform covering of the seed t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 7 March 1919

IIONNTOI HBELD U P TYT E R OUR WASHINGT6N IeFXRTR Sgorts to Push Specialmte SThrough-Liberals May B t Delay Vote Until Adj.orn. ronna Makes Strong Plea ~ople--The Line-Upon Lea 1.Nation--Overman Commit. * Atrocity Hunt-Witneis * Soviets Entertained By york Financiers. n, D. C.-With littl a week to run before congress expires, there prospect that the great "Pow to force the mineral lands leasing bill through the sen wi fail. A dozen high-priced are rushing about the capi oidors, dashing in and out of offices, and sending long to the oil and coal and magnates who stand to win of millions if the deal goes But there are half a dozen watching the game, and ev fne that Pittman of Nevada to slip the conference report he discovers that La Follette, rys, or Kenyon, or some other of the special interests is on ready to talk the bill to a ll for that day. mrious development of this fight opposition of Smoot to the con measure. Smoot is the arch of conservation. He hates the mention of public o...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 7 March 1919

Bo Nature gare.' . Busy Bee school faols we night The. J"hs ". n: yesterday and drove to P .i. t his farm in Canada. Lyle Clarke anti fam . of "W Point, who have bleean iait re-. tives here, left Sd 4Yai Ef 1i- r wood, to visit G. B. Car and .i ly before returning to W.*f .Poit. Miss Franklin returned from mare Saturday, where a. a mhad nbe receiving medical ti . e at.t . Joh. Sams and fai. l were here Tuesday on their wlayto Froid: where they will make their ftture home. The Sam's have land nMr Froid. Miss Jo Watt r$etnrn Saturday from a week's visit at her bore 'st Study, N. D. She was accompani here by Miss Mildred Wstt, wh is visiting at the A. F. McLera home. H. M. Nelson and family spent the latter part of last week at Cros by, N. D. e Pvt. 'Paul Fuhs retuaced Friday from Camp Lewis, having received his honorable discharge. Oswald" Schultz left Monda for Ottertai, Minn, where he will as sist his parents make preparations to move out here. They expect to arrive here in about tw...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 14 March 1919

A R A PPER OFP THE PE O PLE, BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE Coniuingthe OUTLOOK ; PROMOTER VoL VI Number .30 PLENTYWOOD, SHERIDAN COUNI4 MONTANA, FRIDAY, MARCH 14. 1919. NUMBER 48 AYTRIOTEERING PIONE1ER PRESS "JITS" COUNTY. UT OF $7,000 FOR PRINTING PRIMARY BALLOTS OOSEVELT COUNTY OFF ON GAME LE Frank Weinrich Gathering Old Sheridan County Veterans Preparatory to Mass : Attack on Roosevelt County Support ed in the Rear by Cohorts of Political Cooties from Plentywood. F. Redmond to be the Conty Assessor ment of the Roosevelt County Press on the Organza tion.of the New County--Some Peeved Over -County Printing--Ray Cox, Looking for Something, Lands Public Administrator Plum. Hoching Picks Juicy Contiacts svelt county is off on a game a; sort of a "hop along Cassidy" .with a hop and a skip and a T. he leg that does not seem to is that member known as p~ Weinrich, chairman of the of County Commissioners of `w county, elected chairman of bard because of his prior rich y sided experience i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 14 March 1919

BIG BUSINESS INTER EST KILL ESCHEAT BILL SCHOOl. CHILDREN OF THE STATE OF MONTANA BEAT OUT OF ONE MILLION DOLLARS 'BY BIG INTEREST CONTROL OF SENATE--BILL PASSED HOUSE BUT KILLED IN SENATE. FORD WORKS FOR BILL Article Xl, Section II of the Con , itution of the State of Montana, .,, ides "the public school fund of the state shall consist of the pro c.,ids,:., * " * of all estates or distribu-i t., shares of estates that may es ch -t to the state; all unclaimedI .iu~. e and dividends of any corpor ,t:on incorporated under the laws of the State * * * * " soon after the adoption of this cotstitutional provision a general :aw was enacted by the legislature providing the method of declaring estate escheaed to the state. This law, has been in force since its adop tion and large sums of money have been realized for the benefit of the school children of the state. Investigation discloses that the provisions just quoted is not self-ex ecuting insofar as unclaimed shaies and dividends of corpo...

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