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

Y ROUNDUP Ia sting County Items Froma Exchanges and Readers g WESTBY d Sophie Onstad is out on the lping her father. Sophie Deitline arrived home John Flaskerud went to Am esday for a short visit with . and J. M. Nelson were scat visitors last week. d Borg and little son Archie ora were in town Monday. r services were held in the basement and also in the rouse. uskken, a Whitetail Wanker, the city Tuesday and Wed 11 . Reuter is expected toda Ti In the Kenmare hos Nel'on returned Wednesday trip lown the line. s spent Easter with Mr Jonas Jepsen. -chnicKin visited at her at lUa:\ mond over Sunday. jE1dick is packing her house 0(o14s preparatory to moving to Morrow and Hanna families ,( through the Alkabo and a country Sunday. inl Mrs. Arch Shaw, Messrs. Sshaw and Vick, all of Hanks oI or Sunday with their sis Ole Sather. Engstrafnd was iii town on Tuesday of this week. - A. Johnson, Jr., Forded over Alkabo Tuesday. an Ruuke and H. C. Reuter a business trip to Plentywood to Tuesday. Sr...

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. — 2 May 1919

f t .so t ilty fot "u itnr C RA . CI GUU 80WiO TO TASK glbestuon, Mo ts. Apr2, 151 al dber of the No mpartisa ioa . a seikodrof the News,. I wall take 'te lib to expesm my mind about ' the 4OUtt. seat fight which I see you U 14 a up in the paper. before I go any further, I dou what your game is, but wil say that if you are in earnest for Frl& for county seat, I for one will say, "Taylor, lay off on that stuff1" I think that is out of your line altogether. Leave that up to the People of this county and not up to one little ' corner." You say: "Dbpt give the county seat to the town that has been against the Non partisan League." Now, if you will remeinber, you were molested at Fpi4 last year and in your pap . ei T fer an apology from the m sts men of Froid and so far I ka* fM11a to read of its ever being * Mis. You know very well that the Altspkttisan League was never mo lested in the town of Culbertson and I mw of two of our spoakers that Wbr Introduced by the mayor of Can Froid ...

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. — 9 May 1919

ANY CITIZEN WHO nfl NOT VOTE AT LAST ELECTIONMUST REGSTECAN VOTE OR SIGN PETITIONS THE'PRODUCRSNEWS A PAPER OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE Continuing the OUTLOOK PROMOTER VoL VI NMnber 38 VOLUME 2 PLENTYWOOD, SHERIDAN COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, MAY 9. 1919. NUMBER 4 RE-UNION FOR SOLDIER 'BOY---MEMORIAL DAY Huge Co-0Operative Meeting for Plentywood There is going to he something doing in Plentywood, Saturday, May 17th at 2 p. m., at the Coniviunity tall. May 17th is the Norwegina: Fourth of July. J. M. Anderson, the big Norwe gian National President of the Ameri can Society of Equity, a noted co operative speaker, will speak in Plentywood. In the evening, Mr. Anderson will speak at Welliver Hall, after which speaking there will be a dance. Every farmer is urged to be pres ent to hear President Anderson speak on large co-operation and what it will mean to the farmers. In the past the Equity has been orga nized as local units, and it has been demonstrated that the unit plan...

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. — 9 May 1919

CROP CONDITIONS. GOOD IN MONTANA General Rain Over State Makes Farmers Happy--Labor Very iarce--Abot 50 Per Cent of Seeding Dome. Helena, April 30.-Reports on corp con4mtions from twenty counties of the state prepared by Chas. D. Greenfield, commissioners of agri culture and publicity, for the week ending April 26 show generally fav orable weather copditions for spring work but somewhat unfavorable con ditions for- crop growth throughout the state. High, dry winds have caused some damage in several coun ties while u little anxiety is being felt because of the lack of rainfall. Showers have been reported in sev eral western counties. A shortage .of labor continues in most of the counties while eleven report it very scarce.. Winter wheat is in fairly good condition: The seeding of sprig grain is well under way with from ten per cent to eighty-five per cent of the seeding completed. Richland county. Weather remains cool. Wheat seeding ten per cent done. Shortage of seed, hay and labor....

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. — 9 May 1919

URWAN'S RETINEMTO LED BY ALL PRDlmE ELEMENTS '"OUR WASHINGTON. L19TTER Postmaster Has Exercised bkee able Autocracy-Prominent Kmo- r eans Here to Present Case for I Frndom-Protection for Co-Oper- t atioli Demanded of Next Cingzess i _H urly Cuts Off Shipbuilding and t Will Sacrifice Yards-Will Hays . Finds Many Republican Candi dates - Progressives Despair of t Comuing Session. Wa..ington, D. C.-If there be I an2 one in the American trade union 1 nov. mtnt or in the Wilson Demo- ( ciacv, or in the lines of industry that ' r, to any degree dependent upon 1 tlicient postal or wire service, who U has v.t yet denounced Postmaster i (;fetal Burleson, the Democratic t national committee would probably litved to hear from that person. I NV , ng like the anti-Burleson I 01 ft has been known in cabinet 1olltT since Ballinger's day. The ;n-,,\ as approached when the 1 ,a of the postoffice department ] the strike of 20,000 men and ,, n in the telephone service in h \ England district. It was a...

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. — 9 May 1919

THE PRODUCERS NEWS. A PAPER OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE CMitainu g the OUTLOOK PROMOTOR PEOPLES PUBLISHING COMPANY, PUBUSIIER Entered as Second Class Matter, October 18, 1912, at the Postoflee at Plentywood, Montana, Under the Act of Maich $, 1879., CHARLES E. TAYLOR, Editor and Manager. Advertising rates on aji- Coinmunications should plication. Subscription be addreseed to The Pro one year,. in advance, ducers News, Bok 587, $2.00; six months $1.25. Plentywood, Montana. Quack. treadulent and irresponsible armapre notknoiulegly eir ttlss a s 4 take it as a faror if any reader will advise us promptly should they have occasion to doubt or quastion the reliability of any Arm which patronizes our vertising columns. FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1919 The Tinder Box It takes a big contrast to awaked many of the common people, for the special pleading of the interests cov ers up ordinary evils. WE HAVE SUCH A CONTRAST NOW. They assume we have a just gov ernment. The men go to the front ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 9 May 1919

OCALNK Eobson came up from Bain nday. * * Merrian was a Poplar caller tvwood Friday. Stephens was over from last Saturday. * * *. Slette was a Culbertson man t;wood Monday. HurIIleston was a Plenty Iioppe' from Whitetail Tues Wordes and Christiansen v ere over from Dooley Mon \ilh and E. Svoren, both of Sere in Plentywood Mos * ** ThomnpFon was a business in our city from Raymond Fri * * * *nd Mi-. John Hansen of xt were visitors in Plentywood * * a a L. Schultz of Homestead was rn the streets of Plentywood . Morgan of Archer was attend business in the county capitol esday. * Cudhie of Scobey spent the reek in Plentywood attending affairs. * ** Sandy of Outlook was a busi vistior to Plentywood Monday uesday. Wankle of Dooley was in ywood on errands of business leasure Wednesday. * * . Hass of the Hass Brothers was in the county capitol on ess the first of the week. * * * nry Hoostman was up from stead Tuesday looking after ess affairs in the county seat. * * * E. Lundquist, manager ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 9 May 1919

IP L , k * EXCESSIVE A DVJ S PROFITS - to . ki SJ MILLERS BOOST PR!CES Bran and Middlings Shoot Up ward When Government Ban Is Lifted. University Expert and Stock Feeders Say Raise Is Unjustified-Only .Reason For It is That Millers Have Power to Take the Price and They Do It. Millers, protected by the milling combine of Minneapolis, who almost doubled the price of bran and mid dllngs immediately after the restric tions of the federal food administra tion were lifted, are entirely without economic justification for their act, according to F. W. Peck, associate in farm management at the college of agriculture of the University of Minne sota. The day before the federal restric tions were lifted, bran was quoted at $27.73 and middlings sold for $29.73. Immediately upon the liftingof the restrictions, the price of bran shot to $41 a ton, while middlings sold at $46. The price of flouy advanced only slightly, it having been shown by pre vious investigations, that the flour price brought e...

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. — 9 May 1919

TY ROUNDUP esting County Items From Exchanges and Readers WHITETAIL Jack Porter, who has been g the winter in Iowa for her returned home Wednesday. and Mrs. Everson and fami <<<d hfirst of the week into use which was formerly occu - tne Jenes family. f ruCeSMll's family arrived the f the 'Ck from Daleview and :ng the Hansen Barzen (ceT. "e welcome them to WH. a Ke to report that little A hIt recovering from influen Sa baskets were hung n r};,n hi h was enjoyment for ft i.- . an' receiver. I eku xwho has been laid up t:*,h-umatism for some time {,,"; ;)tter but is not able to i rfnd .t The children are re- bi ng from the Scarletina. fi: HIal Hansen, who has r in hitetail, was married day, May 1st, to Mr. Joel E. at Clintonville, Wisconsin. r Schaft, who lives in Canada, e the courier a pleasas* call ng the week. iss Emily Johnson is now living a liss White's residence. h M. Dur.n was transacting busi- h in our city Friday. he I. 0. 0. F. celebrated their h Anniversary by hol...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 9 May 1919

Pt3.re 8uys PtDmiI[et dl~ Tmw DemW&st Gees Into Ne a1hpo. Game. P. E. Burke, prominent Democrat of Scobey, whose wife is postmnaster of the big end town, has purchased the Seob~ey Citizen from the Citizen State Bank of Scobey and will try the newspaper game for a while. Mr. Burke Ia a hustler, and is not pos reased with a hide bound mind and will no doubt publish a liberal paper, The Scobey Citizen of this week has, the following to say: The present managewent of the Citizen has been informed that a deal has been made today whereby the ownerships of this paper passes into the hands of P. E. Burke, the latter having purchased the plant, good will and, entire business from the Citizens State Bank of Scobey. What the kxlicy of the paper will be under the new management we are unable to say. Politically, Mr. Burke is a life long Democrat, and a staunch supporter of the Wilson ad ministration. WOLF POINT PUPILS BUY THRIFT STAMPS IN A PRIZE CONTEST Wolf Point, May 8.-Twelve war saving...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 16 May 1919

,39 k' ý i b t s - -t zr-."r l ANY CITIZEN WHO Pkb XOE AT wY cmzEN WI HE CAN VOITEi OR SG EIIN THE P:NEWS' A PAPER OP E PE@P , BY- THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE Cam owhIe OUTLOOK -PROMOTER VoL VI § umber 39 VOLUME 2 PLENTYWOOD, SHERIDAN 'COUNTY, MONT'ANA, FRIDAY-'. Y 16. 1919.NME5 BIG CELEBRATION IN HONOR OF RETURNED SOLDIERS, MAY 30 Plentywood will celebrate the re turn of all the county soldiers in a most fitting manner Memorial day, (May 30th), which has been set aside by our government in honor of our soldiers, both those we have honored for years and those who have recently taten part in the world war. Perhaps at times these boys have felt that we who stayed at home have not appreciated what they have done nor realized the sacrifices. w ich they have made, many of them mak ing the supreme sacrilice, and all of them more than willing, yes, eager to make the supreme sacrifice . f necessary to uphold the traditions of our country. HoweveE, Memorial Day, a demonstration will be made t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 16 May 1919

CONGRESS NOW CALLED WILL BE REACTIONARY Mann and Cannon ' Will Control House-Senate Has Many Progres sives. ashington.-President Wilson's call for a special session of congress to meet on Monday, May -9, settles the speculatoin as to when he would is sue the summons. With regard to what the new congress will do, how ever, there is practically no specu lation at all. Special interest poli tics are written all over it, and the little group of progressives there, including the Nonpartisan League * representatives, will be able to do little more than delay vicious legis tion and to make a rqcord for clean congressi6nal activity. Coutrary to the usual state of af fairs the house is more thoroughly reactionary than the senate. James R. Mani of Illinois failed to get the speakership, but he has control of the Republican caucus, and associat ed with him in wielding this power is Joseph Cannon of standpat fame. Representative Gillett, who was elected speaker largely because his pli sins were...

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. — 16 May 1919

PLANS FOR FIGHT ON ?CWCir IN COMING SESSION ARE UNDER WAY OUR WASIHINGTON LETTER Progressives Frame Bill' to Carry Out Feleral Trade Commiiuuon Re commendations - Widespread Op peoition to Selling of Government. owned Ships--Railroad Owneqrb Want Big Loan on Return of Roads - Republican Standpatters See Indorsement of League of Na tions-Lane's Soldier Land Plan Wil Take Only Part of Unused Government Land-Americap In ventors Need a Better Patent Sys tem. Washington, D. C.-Congress is going to be brought to a rollcall rote on the issue of government ownership and operation of the stock yards, in the next session, if the organized farmers, the organized dairyrien, the organized livestock producers, the organized consumers n i at products, and the League of \k omen Voters in the suffrage states can do it. That is the decision rcached at a conference on packer legislation held here this week. in older that there may be a clear cut is ue, which neither party in the house and senate may o...

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. — 16 May 1919

~THERODUCER $EWS PARit OF THE P*)PLE, BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE Continuing It~e OUTLOOK PROMOTER * PEOPLES PUBLISHING .COMPANY, PUBLISKE Entered as Second Class Matter, 'October 18, 1912, at the Post office at Pleatywood, Montana, Under the Act of March 3, 1879. CHARLES E. TAYLOR, Editor and Manager. * Adverbtsig rates on Communication sl*ld aPplI ca tfo n. Sub- be addressed to The scription 1 year in roducers Nw, Box Wadvace, P .00 six 587, Plentyw , Oen months $1.26. tom, Quack, fraudulent and irresponsible firms are not knowingly advertised, sad we will take it as a favor if any reader *ill advie us promptly should they have occasion to doubt or question the re liability of any firm which patronizes our advertising columns. FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1919 " Roots of the Money Question Since the days of greenback agita tion, our medium of change has been INCREASED BECOND THAT ANY GREE1tBACKER HAD IN MIND BY THE GREAT INCREASE IN GOLD SUPPLY and by that very modemr phenomenon-bank credit....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 16 May 1919

LOCAL NEWS It Girard made a business trip onia'.. last week. ' rtes Christiansen has recovered a sc "re attack of the "mumps." ***S hn Coilier of Medicine Lake, was siness caller at the court house B. Milligan was up from Mon ýkatur(lay for the "celebration" he Elgin. C. Moore of Poplar secured the ,crbing of records for Roose ceunty. "* S rs. G. E. Sederberg left last k for St. Paul, fo, a short visit !relatives. ugene T. Shea, deputy assessor, assessing the city of Medicine e last week. * * r. G. E. Campbell was called e on account of the illness of his er this week. r. and Mrs. E. H. Helgeson and of Madoc spent Sunady at the C. Helland home. * s * ere will be a big dance at Well May 17th. A good time is as all who attend. s S * rs. Wm. Best and Mrs. Joe Me an of Raymond' spent over Sun with Mrs. Garner. * $ S iss Stevens is training a few of younger set who will sing at the norial Day exercises. * * * iss Thelma Maguire of Bain e arrived in this city today for a days visit with 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. — 16 May 1919

WEN Nlitician South Dakota (Iall Unauthorized Meeting at Sioux Falls. SUPPORTERS ABSENT Not Even Those Who Signed Call for Meeting to Formulate Revolt Plans Attended At-Democratic State Central Committee Chair mian a Leader. Sioux -Falls, S. D.-Following long and careful~preparation by the enemies of the Nonpartisan league, a revolt of the members of the organization came to a crisis here. The affair' had been talked about in anti-League circles for months. It was the thing which the atti-League publications had said was "Inevitable." The stated object of the revolt, which was headed by the chiirrnan of the Democratic state ce::ral corn mittee, was to change the pre;=nt man agement and form of organization of 4he League. Farmers whose names were used in connection with the re volt, admitted that they had not read the new articles of association, which deal with these phases of League or ganization. 27 Signed; 5 Appeared. Twenty-seven men signed an un authorized call for a great mass...

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. — 16 May 1919

OUNTYROIINDUF teresting County Items From r Exchanges and Readers DOOLEY rrv Burnham has purchased the betwvekn the White Kitchen res ant and the former Sheridan and will move his barber shop the s.e' in the near future. -itt Chandler has purchased a car. ho Nilson and Alfred Clemetson hlre from Comertown yester morning. ifliarn Willet of Ottertail, Minn., t the frst of the week at the H. t r honle. 0 \o it:s of Park Lakes, Sask., h £rc Tuesday. dolph Schultz was at Plentywood 1. PIrkins was here from the country looking after busi mnatt' I'S. g(ne Tessier purchased a 10-20 n from the Dooley Implement lut(sday. rs. M. Loucks and baby and Mrs. r and son of Kermrt, N. D., are ing at the N. P. Loucks home. N. F. Nordes and sons Glen Kermit left Saturday for Wolf t, where they will visit with the 'rvtness family a few days, be going to Great Falls. At Great s, Glen will be placed in care of ecialist. * K. Markuson spent Sunday with family here. seph Vossen of Portland, Ore.. ved here Mo...

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. — 16 May 1919

ENIR SOK OOE CMEFO ILS O THSI O*SEILSL 3*"Ios$EOpL oaaO NtsteEdadFnho aENoftIRe SNTOCK DOOMEaD COELORMIESYO prices have be& CUT DOWN like a o t THIS STORE Weeds. . .. . . . . . -i III~BARGAINS FOR ALL AT OULOOK, MONTANA. ~ TO SELL OUT, WINDUP AND) QUIT THE RETAIL BUSINESS. *~ * of .Highest Gracle Reliable Dry Goods, Shoes $12,00 SOfor Men, Women and Children----Underwear, rShirts, Overalls, Hats, Caps, Gloves, Hosiery, Best Quality Croceries to go on the BARGAIN BLOCK and be closed out at Retail Sale &#v Entire Stoc@ Will Be Closed Out--Nothing Reserved-TERiMS CASH -No Refunds--All Sales Final 2DleShWICt EN DAM21st * STORE WILL BE CLOSED TU.ESDAY, MAY 2Oth---To mnark down and Re-arrange stock.. Fixtures are for sale, Merchants ~needing any fixtures should call at once Here is your chance to STOCK UP on staples--- 20 Pir Cent Discount On All SHOES GROCERIES.*.GROCERIES BUY O TE LIIT!Never Have You Seen Such Prices And We Reserve the Right BUYLOKAT T OES THIES L IMIT! MEN'S SH...

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. — 23 May 1919

ANY, CITIZEN WOO DID NOY YOTE AT TH- IAST REGISTER BEPORE HE CAN VOTE OR SIGN PETITIONS THE PROER NEWS A PAPER OF THE PE@RP 'Y THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE Continuing the OUTLOOK 0*kQW VoL VI Number 40 UMEPLENTYW SHERIDAN COLT, MONTANA, FRIDAY, MAY 232 1919.NUMB BIG MEMORIAL DAY PROGRAM MAY 30 Memorial day has been designated an official holiday in the memory of the boys who in years gone by have offered themselves as sacrifices on tie altar of freedom, and to those we add the boys of the late war. What better day could be chosen on which to honor our boys, to cele brate the return of those who are re turning and mourn those who made the supreme sacrifice. A special invitation is extended to the returned boys. Come in your uniforms. There will be a big din ner at the Community Hall at 2:00 o'clock. Everyone bring a basket and put enough in for that bachelor soldier. The Red Cross will serve coffee and tables will be set. Those who own autos will help make this celebration a success by...

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. — 23 May 1919

I I0NM UP, NOW THAT REGULATION IS OVER TH PRICE r!OQK. 'ý / .. *ij After government regulation of hog prices supposed to be in the interest ed the farmer etopped, hog prices went up. But the packers got their ware hAfse. Sled with cheap pork and now they are taking pork prices to tLi con msmer on a balloon trip as usual. HAN DOVED THE SHIPS IS HURLEY'S ADVICE cMh man of Shipping Board Out IDnts Reactionary Program for Return. By A. B. Gilbert. Speaking before the National Ma TIne league on March 27 Chairman Zuaiey of the government shipping board gave the first public expression ,ot his opinion on future merchant mrisine policy. His advice is to re twr the 1,891 1hip the government now owns or has in process qf con structieo to private ownership. Surprising as this advice may be in view of the trend of things at the present time, It Is not a surprise to those who know Ma; Hurley. And it was well received by the millionaire shippint interests which comprise the National Marine league...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
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