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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 28 March 1919

rTO PEACEBASIT fCONTINUEI) BLMOC.AB~ WASHIINGTONL? e the Need of Form P'll rket - Manchester Shows How English Sold Up-Republican Special Session--Pro SLoblicans Can Stop 1rigslmperiahsts t ee' Na tions as Blocking it, .songrc~ia,. ,, to n 4"--to Ric,,- -Whole .erested in New North D. C.--The alarm gton oflic!'L1s felt over bad results of "letting take care of itself," is by the realization of rtant mistake. After the as signed our most im was ,to get industry back basis as soon as pos -s~blic men, while preach irn, have either over 0ored the fact that we to a peace basis un the peace market. armistice vas signed and ts ended, we and the al ee kept out of the market Austria and Russia by tonal dealings of our We have nothing to of the billions of dol of goods we used to send ations, and on the other jability of the people of to get food and other j producing the very dis we wished to avoid. ENGLISH VIEW ster Guardian puts the wgard to English industry light by calling attention ble ...

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. — 28 March 1919

..a P SETr ,.. .' Z o •IORPHEUM THEATRE S TGURTDAY, APRIL 5 Wct NeaTiE S TRiS i:·{1 ' "'''l ::`:L J : r i' Fretrs teind's tEdMitoials L}:"{... :: -.s" The :.r:{r{{i:? easies way" Scot:ist Nerig' Editorialsj ::. Dusiif ,'t C Alt~5 TWENTY YEARS Five of the leading men in the American Socialist Party have been sentenced to twenty years in the Leavenworth Penitentiary. The charge against the five was conspir acy to create mutiny, insubordina tion and refusal of duty, and ob struction of recruiting and enlist ment. These five men are Socialists. They stated so in Court and told why. They are opposed to capitalist exploi tation. They said so and told why. They want to establish a new order of society-an order in which work ers shall own their jobs and enjoy the product of their labor; an order of society in which "democracy" shall include the industrial as well as the political institutions of society. They believe in laying an economic basis for international brotherhood by uniting the w...

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. — 4 April 1919

OTE FOR ED HELL AND FOR MAYOR HE PRODUCERS. NES A PAPER OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, POR THE PEOPLE Continuing the OUTLOOK PROMOTER Vol VI Number 33 E PLENTYWOOD, SHERIDAN COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, ARPIL 4. 1919. NUMBER 51 W. RIDDICK YS PAYTRIOTEERS be the first and most im- r of the Republican Con- V - by the people in No- n ,and which would now e *on but for the one-man a being conducted against th s activities of government v t Wilson thr ugh his re- I rt Congress to assemble l S once the gross extravag- T wicked waste which have 7 y characterized the con- N governmental affairs during c two years, especially. Democratic party came into I Mtionally pledging, in its 4 of 1912 and 1913, economy stration. Not only has been cast to the winds, but been an orgy of extrava iithout parallel or even sug i the history of govern- 1 which is right now being home to the people in in federal taxes, piling new and hrdens upon every American ad in the creation of debts children's children will b...

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. — 4 April 1919

COUNTY ROUNDUP Interesting County Itens From Our Exchanges and Readers FROID W. G. Reiter left Thursday for a couple days business trip to Wolf Point. and other main line towns. H. H. Waldron returned this week from Minnesota where he has been on the road for the Jewel Nursery Co., of Lake City. Mr. Waldron ex pect- to remain home for about a o onth. Mrs. Ella Rosenthal of Westby is spending the week as guest of Mrs. Si. 1. Hogan. Mlrs. Chas. Kingsbury and little Of returned Saturday from a two eanth- vi-it with her mother at .h'ldon. N. D. The Hoosevelt County - Farmers L 'ague have established headquar : TL th - building formerly occu h A. W. Kilam. The farmers :.i (I'hes are invited to make use t the rooms at any time for the rinu ation of business or as a rest' '(1o' while in Froid. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hetrick enter ained at progressive whist last Sat urday evening, games being played Life tables. Mrs. J. 0. Dahl and S) '. F. L. Darland won head prizes, and Melfort Dahl and Mrs. ...

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. — 4 April 1919

OlISM TO TLOAN OVER Glass Declares Amer g Back Up Work of Sent Overseas. 111 ANKSGIVING LOAN MM'. Who Gave Four Million Country's Cause Will Not over material Cost of saving World. , . * * * * OWN FACTS ABOUT * TORY LIBERTY LOAN * and Organization * op~g opened... Mar. 24 * ring Day of Drive .... Apr. 21 * unt of Loan - Probably * $3,000,000,000 * d of Securities.......... * ......5-Year Notes st ......... ...... pdecided, but higher than * Fourth Loan Bonds. * Appeals- * ¶)Government Must * Have Money. * ) Good Investment. * 3) Patriotic Duty. * ,A Speech that fai:ly rang with 'n and that was filled with tgies: praise for the achieve the A::.erican armies in .F arter Class. secretary of the fire] the o~ening broadside Victory :iborty Loan at the eapols Audihorium the night of pa't::. g a stirring picture of ecard made by cur citizen sob against the best of the German vr. Glass declared that the ors and mo hers .cf America who 4n.n eons to die if need be :er country-s cause will not...

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. — 4 April 1919

THE PRODUCERS NEWS A PAPER OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, fOR THE PEOPLi Continuing the OUTLOOK PROMOTOR PEOPLES PUBLISHING COMPANY, PUBLISHER Entered as Second Class Matter, October 18, 1912, at the Postofice at Plentywood, Montana, Under the Act of March 3, 1879. CHARLES E. TAYLOR, Editor and Manager. Advertising rates on ap- Communications should plication. Subscription, be addressed to The Pro one year, in advance, ducers News, Box 587, $2.00; six months $1.25. Plentywood, Montana. Quack, fraudulent and irresponsible firms 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 patronizes our advertising columns. FRIDAY, APRIL 4 Improvement Must Not Lag Every up-to-date business firm has adopted as its motto: "Unless we grow, we go behind." All business which does not have an ironclad monopoly realizes that unless there is constant striving af ter improveme...

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. — 4 April 1919

OCAL NeWS 4bbtt Ws a buziTles visit pfl as up from m ednesd3ay businf-ss caller wedn~esdsY seover froom West fth week. was up from 1enb% Io nda\. shia was in the city BMrmedicine Lake. strand was a Plentywood Froid last Monday. gwabade of Culbertson our streets Monday. "* 9* of Doole}" ~as a busi o in PlentyVwoou Tuesday. Leuder was a 'j itor in the t from Froid laSt Satur ...j Paints of ra'o view was our streets the f st of the gortenson \t aS a business m We tUy the fiirst of the $ * ;,on was on f: om Madoc yter busint'. afVairs Wed $ * Dutton of 1b , one was a :he county . at last Wed Stahl of Culhevtson was a ,,"r :n ianrywood last $ S s Kiegiand was over from looking after business last Aif. Hoven of Antelope was Plpnty ' ood the first of * A. David of Scobey was seen streets of Plentywood last $* s Jensen and H. Jensen were callers from Bainville last Crone of Whitetail was a aller in Plentywood last Y. Grontie, was a business visit county seat from Homestead w; * s * th Sgard...

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. — 4 April 1919

" " * * " " * " " " *" * SMOKE 'CREEK NEWS " " " *" * * S * " " * The largest auction sale ever held in Sheridan county was held at the farm of F. W. Krassin, March 26, The selling started at 10 o'clock sharp and lasted until sun down. The two-year-old heifer that was given away to the person guessing near est to its weight was taken home i $r. Snider, southeast of Scoi bey. Mr. J. C. Blodsoe has his port able feed mill in operation and it is surely appreciated by the farmers pf this vicinity as he is getting all he can do. The Geneal school election will be held at the Consolidated school house April 5th, the eelction calling for a trustee for a three-year-term. The entertainment and basket so cial held at the Consolidated school house for the purpose of raising money to buy a piano for the school was a big success. The - receipts from baskets sold was $93.00 to the highest basket being sold for $6.00. 1. Galloway, the auctioneer, sure got the money out of th ebaskets. The teachers...

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. — 4 April 1919

OFE PUBLOIC LN tinWASHINGTON LET'FE Constabularies Deport F braska Represen*. 8 ovrnnment Corpor- ~ sts Gover Roads Labor t Take Over board of a~iLagiLabor Direc- 1 i Three alnges Cheap 1 Labo Fears--European t Labor Native Seamen 2 Congress Will Be Seactionary. D t.-State con reported to have tak- 1 * ent part in the kidnap- I dpoetatior from Coates- I of iderable number on organies and union direction; from the Mid comdae 1h company ng mts own force of in preParation for the trdike of steel wo 1ters Penflvania. The de of labor is still trying to RAILROAD PLANS Norris of Nebraska is per bill, which he will offer in Cngress, providing for the of the railroads gradually ration whose stock shall dhiefly by the government. have part of the stock sold employes under attrac tions, as an inducement to yes to be careful of all proerty and to constantly heservice n order that might increase. Rates stinue to be regulated by to commerce commission. would be in charge of a seven or nine men, t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 4 April 1919

?' _t , 4i- 4.4$ ';In Pentywood 4. SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT OF1 THE PIECES MILLION DOLLAR BAND PIECES This Band is composed of forty members all of whom were in service overseas as the 116th Engineers band for 15 months Special Afternoon Concert at 2:30 Adm. S0c and $1 plus tax Evening Concert at 8 p. m. - Adm. $1.50 includes the tax and a big dance after the evening concert .at the ORPHEU.M THEATRE, Plenty wood, Mont SAT URDA APRIL 12 th body will here, YOU better HURRY 1 1 1Aid m I I a A LEUFII TOr UNCLE GEORGE Dear Uncle George: I certainly got an "armful" this trip and I am glad that I got you going. I do not object to one having positive opinions even though they differ with mine, but the most damn able thing in all this world is a smug indifferent respectability which as sumes the holier than thou air and won't even fight back. For such mol ly-coddles even God with disown. But there is hope for a man, however misguided, biased or misinformed he may be if he only has an open mind 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. — 11 April 1919

N'T GO OUI WITH YOUR: CAR WITHOUT NEW LICENSE NO THE PRQDUCRS NEWS A PAPER OF THE' PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE Continuing the OUTLOOK PROMOTER Vol VI Number 34 UME. L PLENTYWOOD, SHERIDAN COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, ARPIL 11, 1919. NUMBER 5 U M I. l i I NU M E 5 2 li li ODDEN ELECTED MAYOR OF BUTTE IZENS REPUDIATE THE CROOKS of Digusted Voters Also Tampering Treacy and All Identified With the Crooked Seven Republican Alder and One Democrat, Who Had Opposition, Elected to City 3,000 less votes polled in yes general election at Butte Sthe primary two weeks ago, amst half the registration away from the polls in pro ,pinst the high-handed action L C. M. courts and judges in - them of their candidates, atizens vote en-masse for the of two evils and elected the n ticket by almost two to ere was any doubt as to or not the Nonpartisan represented the great majori Ute's citizens, that doubt has ispelled by yesterday's vote, lack of votes. Bulletin, late Sunday evening an extra carryin...

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. — 11 April 1919

FREED IN FfD ERAL COURT No Foundation for' Charges Made Against Walter Thomas Mills of Sedition. --- Walter Thomas Mills, writer And I lecturer of International reputa tion, has been freed of the charge of sedition placed against him when he delivered a speech for the Nonpar tisan league in North Dakota dur ing the last campaign. Doctor Mills' acquittal came as the result of a trial in the federal dis trict court at Fargo, lasting several days, in which the enemies of the Nonparttisan league were offered ev ery opportunity to bring in facts to ; sustain their case. Doctor Mills was t charged with saying that the sons i of the rich did not fight the war;, that it was the sons of the farier _ and laborer that bore the brunt of the conflict. It was shown, howev er, that Doctor Mills added the qualifying statement that it was the ' sons of the farmer and laborer who fought the war '"in the overwhelm ing majority," a perfectly correct statement. The animus actuating Doctor Mills' 1 prose...

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. — 11 April 1919

LEOPATRAS C LEWASSAVED ess invented to Pre Surface of Monolith in Central Park. F LYPHS OBLITERATED. o Western Climate Caused a Gift to Disintegrate. g Ancient Obelisk With al preparation Stay ad Deoy.Ruined Por .tion Restored. Irtkers awoke one morning to their breakfast headlines the a zealous park employee had .sins of disintegration on ce of the city's most treasured copatra's Needle. Photo revealed that the monolith was large pieces of sandstone hav from the tall shaft, carrying a em part of the prized bhero- 8 's twin sister of Cleopatra's was reported as resting com- a and enduringly on the banks Thames, and the rival port won bhether a preparation would be to stay the attacks of their ( climate. C a preparation was soon forth- 4 A new paint combination as ative for stone was invented t THE OBELISK. Obisk was presented to the City York by the yhedive of EgPpt. t Com- 7 oorrige, U. after a three sort, obtain n ef it it to its pition, at eof nearly It was A s into po ~t noon, J...

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. — 11 April 1919

-THE PRODUCERS NEWS A PAPER OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE Continying the OUTLOOK PROMOTOR PEOPLES PUBLISHING COMPANY, PUpLISHER. Entered as Second Class Matter, October 18, 1912, at the Postoffice at Plentywood, Montana, Under the 4ct of March 3, 1879. CHARLES E. TAYLOR, 'Editor and Manager. Advertising rates on ap .Communications should plication. Subscription be addressed to The Pro one year, in advance, ducers News, Box 587, $2.00; six months $1.25. Plentywood, Montana. Quack. fraudulent and irresponsible firms 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 patronizes our advertislii columns. FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1919 Would Recognize Russia The demand of the Chicago La bor party that .. the UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT RECOG NIZE THE SOVIET GOVERN M -NT OF RUSSIA MAY FORE CAST A GENERAL DEMAND OF MIE!ICAN LIBERALS. It is also particularly in...

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. — 11 April 1919

.CAL N. EWS left for Flaxton ed-t ier was a business vis Friday. ,1l was a business call Slast Saturday. wlnsevilI of Dooley was SDoolev last Monday. of Froid was in the l Monday on busine ss. ertson was a visitor Tuesday of this week. postmaster and farm ' n the county seat c,,as n was a Plentywood vis a"telope the first of this e was a business call Jok the first of the Cambridge was a visitor d from Redstone Thurs * * $ t A. Smith was a visitor ood last Saturday from wtcn:sen .as a Plenty tr from... ntelope.. last ler. o A(,h-r VWa.v seen u'2 olhe county metropo T;her of Homestead was i;.r af.airs concerned with $ * * ydv was over from Outlook s the week looking after * * $ n was in the county -day and Monday from * $ * Sanghter was born to the I. and Mrs. Ray White last .5* Mrs. A. H. Rasmussen of as in the city Monday business. * $ * Decker, hardware man of as a business visitor in seat Wednesday. L P. Smerud and Mrs. F. Flaxville were vsitors in seat last Saturday. Mrs. A. 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. — 11 April 1919

CouNTY ROUNDUP interesting County Items From Oar Echaages and Readers WESTBY Carl Sather was in town Tuesday. B. A. Nereso , was in town Wed nesday. Geo. Kittleson was in town Mon day on business. C. E. Perkins returned from Mi not Wednesday. Mrs. Victor Johnson went to Homestead Wednesday. Peter Eklund returned from camp Tuesday looking fine. Geo. L. Onstad made d business trip to Ambrose Monday. Mrs. P. C. Biever went to Plen tywood Wednesday on business. Miss Joe Phanauf returned this week from her visit at Estevan. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hildreth are entertaining company this week. Henry C. Loehr is home from Plentywood and is getting ready for farm seeding. Mrs. Loehr remained with relatives in the capital city. Carl Sather returned from Flax ton Monday. Otto M. Stadig. moved into his new home Wednesday. E. I. Eldridge of Ambrose was in town Monday on business. s O. T. Davidson of Crosby was a business caller in the city Monday. J. J. Phelan has 75 acrbs seeded and intends to turn ...

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. — 11 April 1919

i ONS OF 57 BILONS I BY CONGRESSIONAL RBE WiIllNGTON LETTER ;..s, T~o president might sign such a bill. But Sof Last To 1 gei Go ernment\ Fby ights Auto Labor rd- Congress 1 poio Against Wast Adli ffs ew Floor e rs for Plans rCoes Back From ome Details of %sil Plans. , -Some folks' a hasty glance at f thirom wallets, that. of their didn't do contrY except to car ' country e of the presi ggeon with the war. But jun st published by at printing office shows ngress was min ses e eonget of the entire Sts existence, and that f$5,0000.00.(1000, con ngressional iN vestiga oged 48 public resolu pubic laws anil _ pri puring its eistebnce the unrng tto war, fought gtiohe ar, ard elrgaged 1t to estabhlti a league a f, itti',, u .l t.he list con " .. .: 01 ir . i iberty ,:d , _ tha- ! ; electi . ' t bili signed. President sgnetd tilt ap 3.o, I . or the Ind naval esablishnmenis on l ofvar expess. Up to this! was tc- largest approprl known in tis o" aix other It included ,450,000,000 Igvrnment-own...

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. — 11 April 1919

DID PIONEER PROFITEER (Continu.d from Page One) I publications ............... 513.17 10716 Med. Lake Wave, co. printing ........................ 199.53 10875 Jos. F. Dolin, supplies 87.26 10876 Jos. F. Dolin, publica tion . .......... ..... ....... 320.55 10877 Jos. F. Dolin, supplies 492.46 10880 Jos, F. Dolin, supplies, - State Pub. Co. ......... 937.00 10917 Med Lake Wave, co. printing in May, 1917 2818.63 11110 Jos. Dolin, legal pub... 6.90 11113 Jos. Dolin, supplies.... 424.25 11879 Jos. Dolin, supplies, State Pub. Co.............. 250.95 11880 Jos. Dolin, supplies, State Pub. Co. ..........1000.00 11881 Jos. Dolin, legal pub.. 481.88 12369 Jos. Dolin, supplies, State "Pub. Co. ............1271.75 12370 Jos Dolin, supplies and pub. ................................ 342.24 12763 Jos. Dolin, supplies....1066.04 12764 Jos. Dolin, supplies, State Pub. Co. ............ 500.74 Discounted ........$216.50 12765 Jos. Dolin, legal pub... 324.76 13412 Jos. Dolin, supplie and pub . ..........

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 18 April 1919

QUOTA F ERIDAN COUNTY ORAN $1TOER THE PROD NEWS A PAPER OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE SContinuing the OUTLOOK PROMOTER- VoL VI Number 35 v .lME 2 PLENTYWOOQ. SHERIDAN COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, ARPIL 18. 1919. Awo, IROID STARTS BAll ROLLING FOR CO. SEAT 4'he farmers about Froid and the res.' lent of the village started the coui tv seat campaign by a mast meet ing at Froid last Saturday af" tern, on and evening. Thl c entire countryci'e C.rned oul in tha afternoon for a get-+tgether foi the urpose of talking matters over and laying plans for the campaign In th afternoon a free picture show was iven which was enjoyed by all In he evening, Charles E. Taylor address d the meeting, at which oc casion he discussed the Nonpartisan League, i s real mission, and what it had alrr dy accomplished in the neighborii state of North Dakota and what , he results of its policies would be t, the small businessman, showing tha the progress of the in dustrial life of the world was chang in...

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. — 18 April 1919

MUONT. ELEVATORS UNITE WITH EQ UITY SYSTEM Grain Growers to Join St. Paul Term inal, Bringing in 20 Houses and 30 More to Be Added. Far reaching developments that will double the amount of grain handled through the Equity Co-Op erative Exchange this year, were be gun last week at a conference be tween President A. J. Walrath of the Montana Grain Growers and of ficials of the Equity Co-Operative Exchange at St. Paul. The Mon tana organization (comprising large ly members of the Montana Union,1 American Society of Elquity) now has a line of 2) elevators in the best developed grain sections of Montana, and the new arrangement insures their entire business to the Equity Co-Operative Exchange in St. Paul. In addition to the 20 houses now organized, a campaign to line 'p :') additional houses, a number of which are already asking for amalgarnaton with the farmers' St. Paul grain terminal, will be begun at once, and it is believed that not less than 50 Montana houses, and possibly 75, will...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
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