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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 18 April 1919

FIXED WIll STEEL TRUIJS OPPOSED BY CABItET MEMBERS UR WASHINGTON LETTER edule Would Be Ruinous to ment Operations - Recalls Price Scandal-Nelson on Ju y Committee to Fight Radi Washington Society Mourns of Czar's Minister-New At y General May Change Poli Baer to Introduce a Bill to Soldiers Out of Bread Lines. 'ngton, D. C.-There is some bsurdly like the performance Peabody coal committee of the cil of national defense in cs of the Peek price-fixing which has been created by of Commerrce Redfield, and as been knocked flat by Sec f the Treasury Glass, by Di ines of the railroad admin and by Secretary of the niels. eabody coal committee was by the council of defense, cially congratulated by Sec of the Interior Lane, two o, when it organized the coal s, and fixed a scale of prices the patriotic coal companies do business with the govern nd the common people. F. S. y of Chicago, a millionaire r, was its chairman and chief r. He was given vast amounts ss space. The United States r of Com...

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. — 18 April 1919

STH PRODUCERS NEWS A PAPER OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE P1OPLf FOR THE P.OWLE Contnuinig tbe OUTLOOK PRQMOTOR PEOPLES PUBLISHING COMPAWt, PUSLISHER Entered as Second Cla0e Matter, October 18, 1912, at the Postom. e at Plentywood, Montana, Under the Act of March 3, 1579. CHARLES E. TAYLOR, Editor and Manager. Advertising rates on ap- Communications shoul plication. Subscription be addressed to The Pro one year, in advance, ducers News, .Box'87, $2.00; six months $1.25. Plentywood, Montana. Quack. frenadulet end irrmespo1albtwa, nat kaewl.slyrd.letsamae d we wlln taJk it as a hor if any reader will ad.o as ,mnptly should they have eeasion -. doubt or questioa the reliablity oef eaI a waieb lh rweees ..r adve.rtisins eolmsas. FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1919 One Year Old Today With last week's issue, the Pro- I] ducers News rounded out a year. I This issue is volume 2, number 1, si and starts the fprmers' paper on its second year. - A year ago the Producers News iwa started by a band of farmers with a ...

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. — 18 April 1919

O CAL EWS ott of Redstone was in Saturday. Ison was in Plentywood rve Sunday. orn of Culberteon spent Plentywood. Young of Antelope was in ty seat Sunday. Anderson of Froid spent n the county capitol. " * " Overland was a visitor in Monday from Whitetail. eatrice O'G between trai . B. Hogan of Froid spent shopping in Plentywood. d Granrad of Medicine Lake t Saturday in Plentyweod. nd Erick Lindblom of White. e in Plentywood on business Comer and wife of Medicine re callers in Plentywood Culwell was a visitor in o. d from McCabe Saturday w. k. L edahl was in town from in the Bourassa communi - er ay. *** J. A iderson of Medicine Lake t Frid y in Plentywood attend to busines 4. rist John-,on was up to the y seat attcrnding to business af Saturday. and Mrs, Lockren of Madoc seen on tl e streets of Plenty I last Saturc4ay. of. MelbrokbT of Medicine Lake d at the countf superintendent's on business Saturday. sistant Cashier Stenehjem of Sheridan Cou;pty State Bank was obey visitor ' Wedn...

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. — 18 April 1919

~e . -Ala *I STRAIGHT FROM 4ejf? or~~*~i G > ....y4 Y d " e y lý ; , . . .. ,. t ,- . s .t " . $'"F' ' _ . .`.... ,., S,- .. , 4 , v . . ., ...t. pit .. .* • _* , . A -* . .. .- . " "" "e,, ur 1 "jt,, 1 I . f -ir the Vitory Li y L" n' " "n . " An of the Americana Expgdiiommv d jj T..?1~ ~sprawI1~ an to~ i "L tlhoIugt I -told you to take o~ver; what are Ju~~b te wtk otsg cetppil* you doitg there ? ..is . was .,upd g ,,e •ang";" ld_ Sergeant Bmr, "if I'll ask \ lgoy, unodoh~er a Mhune-gon litwistil b~any mn~ to stay in such a place as this. No -other t.~.I...d1c.an hf.Ifour at .,ae sir.. t qua-~ pybe.e ther busIrsn..-. • it was .prgeant B.rr who made e reports . . .. every inutes in order that regintal head Everyb~ae I od 8 hquarters might #aow that the wire was still opead. ga y' far as Sergent Burr is still in the Arny-andlhewears . wire . Wher w. Frits? bot a the red, white nd ue bbon of the Distinguished 4{ . *iure4yards away. What eoog4tow- Service Crgas now. He is with the A....

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 18 April 1919

YR County Item From hanges and Reades n AINVILLE Smith and two daghters ted their farm out noith nd have moved into town. and Recorder and Mrs. J. C. me up from Mondak Sunday and visited with friends and d to business affairs return. v e the next day. John Sands and two chilri f d to their home in this city. rsday of last week after S' g a couple of months visiting old home in Minnesota. Faltz, an 'expert, motor .re and all-around machinist . of l N. D., arrived in the city the part of last week and has position with the Motor Mart g summer. v Torgerson arrived in the i e latter part of last week from g Falls, where he his been ng the winter with his folks, ill work for Oscar Nelson the 8s season. nty Attorney E. L. Walton. of k was an official visitor in the onday forenoon and while here strated that he was still In d in us by voting at the city on. a arlie Huebner was down from ertson a couple of days last week while in the city disposed of his o1 crtv on main street occupied by f...

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. — 18 April 1919

OPEN FO UM Our friends and foes alike, are cordially invi to avail themselves of the use of this, the "peoples" editorial col p Write plainly, on one side of the paper. Nothing obscene or scurn ias will be published. Always accompany your communication with yoO'ý name and address, otherwise your article may not be published. If. i.a do not want your name disclosed, say so, but we must know whO' .en are. This paper assumes no responsibility for any article appeaii in these columns. Herb Phinney On War Path Comertown, Mont. April 5th, 1919. Producers News, Plentywood, Mont. MR. PHINNEY AND WHOEVERl HAS THE SAME OPINION ON THE ROAD RUNNING NORTH OF COMERTOWN, CAN GO AROUND ON SECTION LINE OR TO HELL --Says Dooley Sun. I suppose this includes the Round Heads of Comertown also, doesn't it, Rube? W.., if Hell is any rougher than the section line, let's have the road on the section line, "say we." I want to thank Mr. Vezina very heartily for sending me a sample copy of the Dooley Sun of Ap...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 25 April 1919

TPRODU EN s A PAPER. OF' 'THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE, Co.e.a..g Ihe OUTLOOK PROMO-TER VoL VI Number 36 VOLUME 2 PLENTYWOOD, SHERIDAN COUN'TY, MONTANA, ;FRIDAY, "ARPIL 25. 1919. NUMBER 2 "I , I, TO DIVIDE LIABILITIES PETE MARRON SOLVES DAIRY MYSTERY. \fter Weeks of Mental Agony En r-endt red By Peculiar Beqhavior of His Bossies, Pete Discovers What Becomes of the LacteaL The following sensational story appearing in the columns of the Butte Saturday Pink, under date of April 17th, chronicles how Dairyman Marron discovered what was the cause of the remarkable falling off of milk on the part of 'his bossies. The discovery is claimed to have added considerable to the sum total of scientific knowledge. The telegram follows: "Peter Marron, a dairyman whose farm two miles south of Plentywood borders on the Big Muddy, has dis covered the reasons for a serious fall ing off in the milk supply his cows were giving. For the last month some of the heifers would come through with onl...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 25 April 1919

ELEVATORS EARN CASH UNDER "MUNSTER SYSTEM" Why don't all farmers' elevators in the spring wheat states finance their own grain movement, as one enterprising manager has proven can be done, and instead of paying out $200 a month interest (as many of them frequently do) earn that inter est and put it into their own fund? That all communities where farm ers are not hard pressed for spot cash this can be done easily, as has Leon proven by F. H. Dunham, mana gar of the Munster Equity Elevator company at Munster, N. D. Gener ally the farmers' elevator establishes a l;ne of credit with the terminal so as to be able to pay cash for each load as it is received. For this cred it they have to pay a current inlter es3t and the only advantage is that the farmers gets his money as soon as he dumps the grain. TUnder the "Munster system" the farmer does not get cash that day, but he gets cash in full as soon as his car is sold. That is the way the livestock associations operate---they wait for sale...

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. — 25 April 1919

SAFEGUARDING DOCTRINE DIS RUPTS LEAGUE OF NATION FOES OUR WASHINGTON LETTER orah.ReedPenrose Opposition Lose sta pruicipal Argument-Paris Con- gre furence Changes Labor Plans Af- out ter Gomper Leaves-Judge Ami- fro don'" Americanization Widely an( Quoted - Congressman Fuller is Fights Against Pork and Abuse of con Franking Privilege-A Land Tax cel Movement Among Farmers--Farm- pat er,' National Headquarters Would 00( blake Business Costs Public. har Y.aThington, D. C.-Since Presi- of i.nt WV. son has persuaded the peace pai confr rnce to write a guaranty of the eke Monroe Doctrine into the constitu- col tio o the league of nations, his ad- of rr ac'ers in Washington claim the SBorah-Reed-Lodge opposi- the been knocked into a cocked qu ,a I.n Senator Lenroot must me . , ously at the spectacle of , dent telling the European of \ displomats that any dis- in cr~nir aion against the doctrine will til :, un in America as a be t: r of militarism and imperial- an i ,or that has been the Le...

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. — 25 April 1919

THE PRODUCERS NEWS A PAPER OF RHE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, FOR lHE PPEPLE 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 Manage. Advertising rates on ap- Communications should plication. Subseription be addressed to The Pro one year, in advance, ducers News, Box 587, $2.00; six cpnthe $1.25. Plentywood, MontaSs. Quack. fraudulent and irresponsible Arms 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 tirm which pit s oar 'advertising columes. FRIDAY, APRIL 25,. 1919 Defense of Pontius Pilate (From Butte Daily Bulletin AMONG CHRISTIANS THIS IS IOLY WEEK. it is therefore an appropriate time to discuss with Christians the trial cf Christ, and how and by whom tlis noblest of the proletarians was sc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 25 April 1919

LOCAL NEWS S. Madson was over from West st Saturday. Hoversen and S. Thorson of rtown spent Easter in our city. B. Butt and wife of Redstone last Friday in Plentywood. .and Mrs. Stromstead of Flax spent Monday in Plentywood. nk Walker was a Whitetail in the county seat Saturday. ther Coats of Froid was shop in Plentywood last Saturday. M. Sorenson was a Medicine visitor in the county seat last H. Goutrib of Antelope was on the streets of Plentywood Saturday. Ed Sherman and Mrs. Martin ed of Reserve were visitors in ounty capitol last Saturday. w. Lee, the lumberman of Mi spent several days here last calling on our local dealers. s. C. H. Spron was a Plenty shopper from Antelope Tues Palmer and W. A. Crasch of yrile were in Plentywood Wed * * * rman E. Olson of Flaxville was on the streets of Plentywood day. bert Hendrickson of Dagmar a business caller in Plentywood esday. H. Anderson, Froid banker, was , county seat Monday attending usiness. H. Jensven of Homestead was. ding to busi...

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. — 25 April 1919

. F o cu at Hom coua lbe 'ir reaize C o wo derfiu a place America seems to her exiled sons,you would spare noUingx to mrnake it worky oththeir dreamns. Kep its honor clean and fine and unstar. i for tf em! / Pay America~s debts-of Victory. I.(.L...e.' A. E. F. STRAIGHT FROM GERMANY As odr nm*isd and pod.uc.. "na An Vi LN b i ba .?..w /, ·. .2a ':2 ~--) Jnv~~zZin/iz i...V.3 *..~_ i;~..i. 2~." ~ i2 * >JSYIIIC ~Ch ~CC:

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. — 25 April 1919

I ROUNDUP resting Coamty Items From Exchanges and Readers COAL CREEK in "l pornerleau has just received f en dollar Buff Orpington roost m St. Cloud, Minn., and it is bird" so the critics say. k Larson and Leland McCann, f the star rope throwers of the t country did the branding at S alter J. Reid ranch a couple ys last week. The wotk was quickly. McConnen made a business h Scobey Monday. C. Knapp brought out another ethis week. e and Mrs. Reid gave a card a and dance last Wednesday ev which was well attended and ed by all. rt Christenson and family have d down on their own place. .and Mrs. Wm. Wesco from s the line attended the dance eid's Wednesday. rry Woodley and Oscar Holver established a precedent by get into the field last week. MEDICINE LAKE WAVE ssel Wigmore went' to Scobey esday. *ie Eie was down from Plenty Tuesday. seph Bruce was up .to Plenty on business Tuesday. ter Connole left Sunday morn for Mohall, N. D., to visit his r who is very sick. rs. Henry Leffring left Sun...

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. — 25 April 1919

SHOUSE HAi LABOR AND BRINGS. FORTH MONSTER (Continued from First Page) bead market-. tgeralty is in excel. lent condltieh and that Montana bends in geeral and Great .Falls bonds in pamrticular are considered nausually attractive was evidenced here when -the Wells Dickey Company bid in the $285,000 Great Falls south side sewer bonds at auction. The . company bid per with accrued inter est and a premium of $5,850, the compay to furnish the printed bonds. The price is said to be the best paid in many years for Montana municipa bonds. The bends pay 5.4 per cent interest and are payable serially in annual equal payments, the first payment to be made at the end of five years and the final pay mest at the end of twenty years." kindly figure one-fourth of one per cent interest -on -$200,000 .for 20 years. Kindly figure one-half of one per cent for 20.years. Kindly figure any old way you want to and then try to make your self believe that the Board of County Commissioners in issuing the bond...

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. — 2 May 1919

1 , ANY CITIZEN WHO DID NOT VOTE AT THE LAST ELECTION MUST REGISTER BEFORE HE CAN VOTE OR SIGN PETITIONS THE.PRODUCRSNEWS A PAPER OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE,' FOR THE PEOPLE .Continuing the OUTLOOK PROMOTER VoL VI Number 37 VOLUME 2 PLENTYWOOD, SHERIDAN COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1919. NUMBER $ BIG INTEREST WILL KILL MONTANA PRIMARY LAW REDMOND FOR POST MASTER HERE H iseacres Claim That Gang Has Lined lip Appointment for Man From Glasgow-Slimy Political (iang at Statehouse All Fixed Up -Postmaster Will Resign If He Can Sell Property. WEINRICH MUST LOOK OUT FOR "SUNNY JIM" If the farmers have lulled them selves into the belief that they have gotten rid of the political carcass of the Man from Glasgow they have made a great mistake. There is, say the wiseacres, a move on foot to make Sunny Jim postmaster of Plentywood, where it is claimed that he will have a great opportunity of using his rare ef ficiency which is claimed to be suf fering lately from a lack of exer cise. The ex...

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. — 2 May 1919

00 IBR ARIES ARE SUCCESSFUL Interesting Letters Telling What Other Counties Have Accomplished By Means of a 'County Library. Shall Sheridan County Children Have a Library? It's up. to You, Mr. Reader. CHOUTEAU COUNTY LIBRARY, By J. W. Lenning, Supt. of Fort Ben ton City Schools and Chouteau County High` School 1 am not connected with the Coun t v Library in any way except as a patron but because of my position as tuperintendent of the Fort Benton City Schools and the Chouteau Coun ty High Schpol, I have followed with interest the work of the library and ihe manner ij which it is conducted. It was the frst County Library to be established under the Free Coun ty Library law, and it has been in ,operation two years. A room was nted as a home for the library and librarian was appointed to begin building up a library. The county is able to maintain an efficient libra ry where no town or single commu nity could. In 1916, Joseph Oirshberg donated a building site for a library build ing in ...

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. — 2 May 1919

L All MFOR IN SPT 4 O UR WASRi4T '1F fý Warburg, formerly of Federal Re serve Board, Fails to Comtert Or- t ganized Employes tolyvate Con- is trol-IRed Flag Riots to 'Promote Motion Picture Planned-Elibor.. v ate Propaganda to Defend Court- A martial System-Porto Rico Hears y Strange Message - Reactionaries s Make New Attacks on Teachers- - Question of Next President Warm ing Up. Washington, D. C.-Paul Warburg, d former member of the federal re- f F1rve board, who has been engaged v recently in seeking to bring the or- t ganiz /1 railroad workeas to agree A with the organized railroad stock-. k hod(rs upon a plan for returning the t oar{ to private control, has failed g that task. or labor spokesmen, after sev- t ceks of parley, have refused a rs of colryya se. They s 4i'1' p o, public ownership and for the o: of democratic management fi a commission of nine men h wim was outlined in the Plumb fl f tore the senate committee last c, (. a E. Plumb, chief counsel for a til i u brotherh...

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. — 2 May 1919

rHE O UCERS NEWS A PAPER OF T , DY TME P$OPLE, F(4R TEE POPLE Come ag the T L9OK PRO)MOTOR PEOPISU ?USUSIS G QOMPANY, PURUSR Entered a.seokd Class MWster, October 18, 1912, at the Post at Plentywoo4, Vikgtaia, Under the Act of March 3, 1879; C &~E8 E. TAYLOR, Editor and Managgr. Advertising rate s aop- Communcan tions should plication. 5rb ot n o be addreaed teThe Pro one year, 14 R&vance, dncers News, Box 687, $2.00; six mopth $1.25. Plentywood# Montana. Qask. * 45tt and Irresponsible Afrms are not knowingly ayprtised. and we will take itas atee It reader will advise us promptly should they have oeeagles to donbt or qua be sallability of any firm which patronlses our advertiag eoIma. FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1919 Shoots Its Wad The Pioneer Ppess last week shot its wad. It had been planning on doing this for quite a spell. In fact, we had been informed some time a, that little Joe was ending a dSsterable of the pelf ofwhich.ho It red the coun om h ethig on the editor of *se Paoduces N...

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. — 2 May 1919

OCAL NE ren was in from Reserve * * dberg came over from Corn esda . Lidland was a Poplar caller *ty Friday. errill of Bainville stopped in od Friday. $* * neon of Scobey called in the eat Saturday. Lindsey was a Scobeyite in ty seat Friday, * * « Anderson was a Plentywood rom Froid Friday. * * * N. C. Bain of Bainville stop Plentywood Friday. * ** McDonald of Minot spent days here on business. * * * ian Bjerke was a Plentywood rom Whitetail Thursday. * * * m Johnson was in the coun trom Dagmar Tuesday. * $* Nelson, hardware man of was in Plentywood Saturday. * « « Cu<4lie spent several days e past week, attending court. * * * Wilson, a traveling man from N. D., called on business Plentywood Thursday. $ * * and Mrs. Stondstad and wife ville are going to work on ge Beiseker farm this season. me up from Flaxville last ay and are visiting friends in y before taking up their new * * * an E. Olson was a Flaxville in Plentywood Thursday. * * * Chapin of Scobey was at to business in the...

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. — 2 May 1919

11 i.~~o. tot 4In.f. c , -- barrage, Sergeant Eggers, Sergeant John C. L~arham and Corporal Thomas E. O Shea cook cover in a shell hole well within the timys nes, po hearing a call for help from an American Tank, which had become dis. abled thirty yards from them, the three soldiers left their shelter and started towards the tank under heavy fire firom Gernman machizle guns and trench mortars. In crossing the fire-swept area, Corporal O'Shea was mortally wounded, but his companions, undeterred, proceeded to the tank They to end the war that m coe n of a neary tnc Segan Eggrsan have cost five times as much as it did. vifireismou Hoks un an t o bk owhere the wounded men were, keeping off rhc It m y m an slf-enil todo ourenemy all day by the effective-use of the gun, and later It m y m e n se f-de ial o do yourbrnging it, with the wounded men, back to our lines whole duty in the Victory Liberty Loan, under cover of darkness. but whatever the ,personal cost, you can AeHum .M.Jh .EgraaSm...

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