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

SOCIAL REVOLUTION IN TlAY, NOW UNDER WAY, ALARMS OUR CAPITOL OUR WASHINGTON LETTER Serious Thought Given to Menace of 4 profiteering in Americe-Packers I as International Ehemies of Order I -Southern Republic Discourages i Fleeing Brewers-High City Land 1 Values Attracts Attention of Peo-e pie-Government Employment Ser- I vice Almost Ruined - Congress Fights for Special Privilege With 1 'Economy." Washington, D. C.-There is great ,although carefully concealed, apprehension in Washington over th outbreak of social revolution in Italy, for that is the interpretation placed here on the serious food riots in Florence, Bologna, Ravenna and oth er cities of northern Italy, with con sequent assumption of supreme pow er by "chambers of labor." The importance of the situation to this country was pointed out to your correspondent by an officer of the fed eral trade commission. He emphasized the fact that food profiteering, hurt ing the farmers and the wage-earn ers alike, is responsible for t...

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 July 1919

PAPER OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE Contiuing the OUTLOOK PROMOTER .PEOPLES PUBLISHING COMPANY, PUBLISHER Entered as Second Class Matter, October 18, 1912, at the Post office at Plentywood, Montana, Under the Act of March 3, 1879. CHARLES E. TAYLOR, Editor and Manager. Advertising rates on Communication should appl ica ti'0 n. Sub- be addressed to The scription 1 year in Producers Nbws, Box advance, $2.00 six 587, Plentywood, Mon months $1.25. tana. 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 re liability of any firm which patronizes our advertising columns. FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1919 Ability to Pay x ever Detore were lessons in man feting offered us in such unmistak able terms as at present. In January the butter market broke badly, with great loss to the farmers. More recently the livestock market has dropped down to ruinous ...

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 July 1919

LOCAL NEWS ,n. McCay was a business caller nn Comertown Tuesday. w * * $ ia E. Sandy of Outlook was a Plen :ood visitor last Friday. 'n. Etis came up from Antelope s urday of last week. r. L. A. Magnis of Outlook was bi Plentywood last Saturday.' N * $ rnest Olson was a Flaxville caller . our city last Saturday. 4ý * * . A. Lactot of Scobey was a Plen -ood visitor last Friday. S* * b Tarvey Jolly was in from his claim h r Gi ntana last Saturday. Emis Larson was an Archer caller Ii th, county seat last Monday. tl * A. 'Towers of Outlook was in the nty s.at the first of the week. L * * t] inicr Cornelius came in from istone the middle of the week. * * v arry L. Woodley and wife were u bey visitors in our city last week. M T. Goulio of Archer was seen a the streets of Plentywood Mon- l1 * * s . Shaver came up from Medicine b e last Saturday, returning home ( day. " * s rs. E. Hampson of Medicine Lake.o a Plentywood shopper the first t the week. $** * e le Hansen of the Coalridge dis ct...

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 July 1919

SCOTT NEARING'S SPECIAL ARTICLE SERVICE WORdR SAVE, PAY! Bernard I. Baruch, banker, has a three word remedy for the world's troubles. Interviewed in Paris, Mr. Baruch said, "There is but one pro gram for Germany and the rest of the world-worw save, pay." (New York Times.) Pay? Pay whom? Why the bakrs, of course, and the landlords, the bond-holders, the stock-holders, the trust magnatesin short, the rich. Does not that seem a little odd ? Men have been told that the old world is dead; that tyranny is no more; that despontism has been de stroyed and that a new world has been born, yet the same money-grab bers are singing the same song that they sang before the war,-"work, save, pay-us," There are many who believed that there would be a new song in the new day that dawned with the over- 1 throw of militarism. They looked 1 for some such tefrain as "work, peace, liberty." Banker Baruch says I no! Speaking for a triumphant and I larepentant capitalism, Mr. Baruch tells the workers that t...

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. — 18 July 1919

THE YOUNG LADY ATTRACTS OUR SET H4AS ALL 4..O ( 16 ý.00 RISES OBTAINED E FOR FALSE ARREST E "l e (Pont.) Man lees *w = $4,500 and Public Apslpgy in Suit Settlemsent. EMENT OUT OF C5URT riff Acknowledges That Ktupvimsfn J. Freebourn Was Unlawfully and s Wrongfully Jailed-4meatan1t *0 Bearing on Other 0 loyalty Frame.-Jpi. Butte, Mont-The salt besumhtt * by Harrison J. Freebour. of this city against those wio a nautedly threw him into jail on 'balse charges of disloyalty ie s been settled out of court. Freebourn received as sewpalder- e ation $4,500 in damages and a ,pub- s lic apology. The assault on Freeboura emi dently grew out of the deslse of certain persons to hurt his repu tation as a loader is the city and to get even with him for appear ing before the draft board to de- C fense of two Swedish einis.s who were by treaty exempted feim the draft. Suit for 6m4i : After his arrest be begos salt e against the sheriff and others respon. C ulbie for the act, including the Butte C Min...

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 July 1919

YHYTTHEBANKERS JOWL ABOUT THE SERIAL BONDS (Continued from page One) less $47,500 interest at the rate of 2% per cent paid by the bank for the Sinkng fund money as it acumulates year by year, or a total cost of $152, The diiference between a serial bond and a 20 year bond is this: the money raised for sinking funds, to pay the bonds at the end of 20 years in the case of a straight 20 year bond, instead of -being deposited in the local banks at 2% per cent in terest, in sums of $10,000 per year and laying in the local bank from one year to 19 years, is paid cash each year, in case of the serial bond, to the bond holders, thus reducing the indebtedness each year just that amount, and .at the same time stop ing the interest which accounts for the saving from year to year. Now the cost of the serial 6% bond, over which there has been such a con troversy, is $152,000: or to be more to. the point, the life of the serial bond will only average, 12 2-3 years instead of 20 years as in the 20...

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. — 25 July 1919

HE PRODU .NE A PAPER QF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE __Continuing the OUTLOOK .PROMOTER VoL VI Number 49 VOLUME :- PLENTYWOOD, SHERIDAN COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, JULY 25. 1919 NUMBER 15 Co. Authorities Seize Booze Cache at Outlook Over 40,000 Voters Sign the Referendum Petitions Ei ery County in Western Montana Except Granite, "Over the Top" and Granite Needs But Twenty a;e :.ignatures-More than Month piemains to Work. GONE, OVER FOR TILE vtl% AR YI; COUNTIES SAFE FOR DEMOCIACX W tbaux -----------------........................... 232 Mineral --------------------------------------- 190 Praire -.-----------............................---- 252 Toole .. -.....---------------....................--- 691 Sanders ................ -.......................... 318 Blaine -------------------------------------- ..... 824 Phillips .-- -----------................. 649 JFallon ..........-------------------------------------. 462 Pi iiian d ..........................1223 Valley ---------...

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. — 25 July 1919

CONSERVATIVES FEAR REflURN OF RAIL, LI To OWNERS OUR WASHINGTON LETTER u nited States SenatorI Declares Pui- I sate Control Means Higher Rates and Serious Economic Plight if ines are Given Back to, Stockhold- 4 r,.-Workers Have Practicable i'ian for Control-Congress Con .iders Bill to License Big Packers 1 and Prevent Food Monopoly-La ibor Unions of Southern State As ,ail Burleson. \\ ashington, D. C.-Activity being l-own by railroad workers in clos ing up their organized ranks is sym ptomatic of the approaching crisis in the transportation world. The pri vati railroad corporations are bank rupt. That is no longer a secret at W\ashington. To pull them out of the bog means either that they must be subsidized out of the public treas urv, or that the employes and tray eling public must be fearfully ex pioited during the next generation. The railroad workers are deter mined to resist exploitation. They will not tolerate a reduction in wages -at least while the cost of living re mains at...

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 July 1919

THE PRODUCERS NEWS PAPER OF THE PEOPLE, .BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE Continuiug the OUTLOOK PROMOTER PEOPLES PUBLJSHING COMPANY, PUBLISHER Entered as end Class Matter, October 18, 1912, at the Post ofice at Plentywoo4, Montana, Under the Act of March 3, 1870. CHARLES E. TAYLOR, Editor and Manager. Advertising rates on Communication should apj)plicai C on. Sub b Communication Thoul scription 1 year in Prdcr Nes o advance, $0 six 58'7, Plentywood, Mon months $1,25,, as Quack, fraudulent and irresponsible firms are not knowingly. advertied, and we will take it as a favor if anr reader will advise Us Promptly should they have occasion to doubt or question the re liability of any firm which patronizes our advertising columns. FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1919 Counter Sections Of course after the county has purchased five or six dictaphones which are now discarded or are lay ing about town in the private use of private citizens; of course, after buying fine glass top desks and al lowing them to be ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 25 July 1919

LOCAL 'NEW Gibson was a Comertown in our office last Friday. rew H. Fadness, of Archer Plentywood caller Monday. *st Jensen was a businies call In Outlook last Saturday. H. Young was a " Homestead in our city Saturday. Tutf came over from Outlook ay to transact business. arlson of Bainville was a Plen d visitor last Friday. C. F. Winters was a Medi ak' visitor in Plentywood Sun p * P Nielsen of the Nielsen Mer Company, was a business it nPlentywood Tuesday. last Farm Bureau meeting eason was held in Westby iU\ of this week. Kn ians of Scobey was trans business in Plentywood Sat * * ci Lockren of the Clerk and (49 vs office spent Sunday at v. A. C. Erickson of Medicine was an over Sunday visitor in -wood. k Bennett, sheriff, is spending * days out of town on a short ess trip. H. Gutif came up from Ante Monday to transact business in ounty seat. n. * * D. J. Whitaker and children over from Raymond Wednesday is week. n. C. Russell and wife were y people seen on the streets of wood Sund...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 25 July 1919

FRIESUWlgH ill Seven Laws Approved by F4Sp. at Special Election. MEW INDUSTLIIES ARE SAVED Vote On issues Only Runs Far Beyond Last Vote for Governor-Laws Will Have Final Majority of 10,000 to 15,000. S8IMARCK, N. D.-The farmer laws brought up for referendum before the People on June 26 have been rein dersed by the people in an election smarked by many surprising features. Although dealing with issues alc 1e many thousand more voters turned out then in November, 1918. The farm. rer cast at setat 6,000 more votes for the Industrial legislation than they cast for the popular governor, Frazier, and about 14,000 more than they cast for the amendments involving this legislation last fall. There was a marked gain in the city strongholds bf the anti-farmer inter O08over last year, due probably to the better understanding labor now has Of the farmer-labor political move Opposition -Desperate. Huge funds were sent in from the big centers East and West to defeat tie Nonpartisan league in its ...

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 July 1919

teruat mials lendid Musical Comapany ý%v 1 rami s ` u The International Trio, three artists who have attained unusual prom nee in the musical world, have been selected for the opening day of Chau qua. It is truly a splendid and a notable company. Frederick De Bruin, of the San Francisco Opera Company, is one of the best baritones among younger generation of singers. Gertrude Hober, the talented violinist and zz-,sopreno, and Kathleen Harrison, pianist and reader, are both artists of first runk. ERE AUGUST 22 to 27 CULBERTSON P. orn, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Starry of id on Thursday, July 10, 1919, a P baby boy. it rs. Rowene Stephens went to C if Point Wednesday to join her \si band, who has opened a large a fectionery store and ice cream lor at that point. c1 W. Elder and family have been Ih town during the last week or ten f arry Ellis and Miss Magdalen P lier were married in Chicago, 1919. He left his bride in I 'cago while he came to Montana loOK up a location for their future 1 .. an...

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 July 1919

L4 - .ý~~ -- ---ý-. a .at _.ý ._~dh d ýh dh.h. . ý _. _ . .ý ...a._"_l w - - - *wow" owWe CaSeL YOU Fgue osely 1st. We pay cash for all goods we buy It may iterest you to compare our - 2dWesllfr aho 3 ay im prices with others, a few pennies dif 2nd We sell for 66A,, or 30 days time.. * * Al acoults o rn ovr 3 das ~MON . * ference on the price of one item, may All accounts to run over 30 days ANTELOPE, MONT. ensvrldlas.ifrneo must be settled with bankable note. AEm several dor e nc e on With these terms, we have no ouct of ting fore h mont ý long-standing accounts, no losses thru I DANto? bad accounts, we can discount our . A few miutes of your time is all it * bills and you get better goods at low- You may return any article costs. er prices. you buy of us, which is not DONT FORGET PENNIES MAKE DOLLARS satisfactoryand we will help you save the pennies. We will exchange it, or re ScPackae Family Size BIG SIOX SODA CRACKER ourw''j-p. fund your money. Our aim a Values fo9r Ld ieis to g...

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. — 1 August 1919

TE PD NE WS A PAPER OF THE PEOPLE, B THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEIO P L E Contnuing the OUTL.OOK PtOMOTER VoL VI Number 50 VOLUME 2 SO VL 2PLENTYWOOD, SHERIDAN COUNiY MONTANA. FRIDAY, AIlUST 1919 ,. ..... . . . .. 's., .... . ,. *NUMBE, R 16 'WILD BILL" CAMPBELL, DANIELS COUNTY MOVE MENT IHAS BEEN LAUNCHED Meeting Held a Month or So Ago to Start Ball Rolling for a New Coun ty-to Be Composed of Western Part of Sheridan and Eastern Part of Valley. MORE LAME DUCKS IN MOVEMENT A new county division movement has been brewing for some time, and the hop now is ready for use. Of course times are hard and there will be but a fraction of the taxes of the county paid this fall, but yet that does not seem to dampen the ardor of the county divisionist. You see it means another printing contract. And a printing contract for a new county is fat, very fat. The Scobey Sentinel has its mouth all puckered in anticipation of the plum. It creates a lot of new offices mad there are a lot of lame ducks hang ing...

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. — 1 August 1919

COUNTY ROUNDUP Interesting Coaty Item From Our Excanges and Readers CULBERTSON Ben H. Johnson of Plentywood was in town Tuesday. ' Walter ' Lorenson of the South Side was in -town Wednesday, Miss Eva Endicott of Brockton spent last week visiting at the Simp son home. Deputy sheriff John Moran has (pen in town several times the past week. M's. Joe.. Tobin 'formerly Miss Anna Culwef of Genesee, Idaho, and little son adccinpanied by her sister Miss Marb# Culwell id' brother Pri vate.A. J. Cauwell, spent last week visiting their friend Miss Maude Nugent and alsq attended the Dance Saturday light. J. S. Day is still laid up at the Elm Tree ranch with rheumatism. Anna Hagen and Cecil Moen left Monday on No. 1 for a visit to Yel lowstone Park.. On she way they will visit Great Falls and Helena. Mrs. Lucille Newell, nee Feiker, was a guest at the Moen i, 'ent last week. Cecil Moen accompanied Mrs. Newell home and spent a few days in Plentywood. Pat Bture, now a member of the Rasmussen farm ...

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. — 1 August 1919

WRONG TO CHINA IN PEACE TEATY, AROUSES STRONG OPPOSITION HERE OUR WASHINGTON LETTER Secret Treaty in 1917 With Japan Carried Out--Japan Secretly Puts 100,000 Men Into Eastern Siberia Russian Soviets Win Against Kol chak-General Wood Involved in Canned Goods Scandal-East Fol iows Nonpartisan League Victory Closely-Housewives Demand Ac tion on Prices. Washington, D. C.-If the oppon ents of the league of nations in the snate are successfull in their fight to keep the United States free from this "intangling alliance," it will be la.rgely due to the betrayal of China. at the peace conference, which result in tlanding over to Japan the b;:artung peninsula, its rich mineral S,!;oUsits and its 40,000,000 of native .cahing attacks on this sample of < e-n,.rld demociacy, by means of which Japan was bribed-to subscribe to toe league of nations principle, at,, t-,e order of the day in the mr.ate now. Supporters of the ad ministration are hard put to it to tx:ilain just why the United States...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 1 August 1919

THE PRODUCERS NEWS PAPE OF TUE P .OPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, FOR T'E PEOPLE Coatinula. the OUTLOOK PROMO.E ., PEOPLES PUBLISHING COMPANY, P as 8ecodd Class Matter, October 18, 1912, at the_ ofie at' Plentywood, Moatana, Under the Act of March CHARLES E. TAYLOR, Editor and M. .-ea :, s # applato. Sub- be addressed to The scriftl c 1 year in roducers News, Box d $2.00 si 587, Plentywood, Mon months $1.25. tana. Quadc, fraudulent and irresponsible firms are not knowingly d and we will take it as a favor if any reader will advise us promptly should they have occasion to doubt or question the re liability of any firm which patronizes our advertising columns. FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1919 SThey Stick The twin stars of hope and confi dence are shining down into the hearts of the Slope country farmers in spite of drouth, grasshoppers and the woftit crop failure in years. You can't drivie them from the state they have built up and reclaimed to de mocracy and- from a paper that shouted "red ruin" if the L...

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. — 1 August 1919

.....AN NOUNCEMEN T The Public Attention Is Desired! THE Public Attention is called to the fact that the Padis Cafe & Candy Kitchen thas been opened in the old Valley Saloon Building, and that firm has opened therein a high-toned Cafe and Restaurant, together with a first class Candy Shop, Confectionery, Fruit and Tobacco Store. The Cafe willl serve meals at all hours. Besides the regular Confections, the Kitchen will manufsicture a com plete line of candies. A select stock of all varieties of fruit will be handled in season. All kinds and varieties of soft drinks will be served at all times. A complete line of Cigars and Tobaccos will be carried. The patronage of the general public is politely solicited, and the public is assured that any patronage confered will be appre ciated and will be promptly and politely cared for. Our Motto is "SERVICE" and if1the service don't please you, tell the management. PADIS CAFE & CANDY KITCHEN, HARRYPADIS, Proprietor -j LOCAL NEWS lexander...

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. — 1 August 1919

n-- ur -·u dYEY £(/NV /. 4 QUESTIN OF GOD BISE SENS "/ *~~i //VIVA~ -II s 0 it'/ *1 0 as --- ---------------- ------------- PUBLIC OPERATION PAYS IN ONTARIO Canadian Province Gives People Cheap Electric Current on \ Large Scale. HALF OF PRIVATE CHARGE Power Taken From Niagara Falls and Other Waterpower Sites-Low Cost Widens Usa in Homes and on Fzrrrs. TORONTO, Cans' X.--The success ef the provincial g. ;r:.nment of On. tario in bringing che p elcctric power to the people of an entire province is unequaled perhaps z.zywhere else in Taking power mai.lyfrom tthf same source, the Niagara falls, the hydro 'electric commission of Ontario sup plies it to 'consumers at about one half the tat* charged on the Ameri can side by private operators. More than this and contrary to all wartime experience with production under private ownership and operation, the cost ,to consumers was lowered during the war years. The following table, for instance, shows the aveage monthly bill paid by domestic con...

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