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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 31 October 1919

~vmU nRDAI OF ftcEYinUI SAYSFARM! OUR WASHINGTON LETTER . " proits Likely All Along Jiae C o0re roads Get 25 Per Cent In- ga Wbhe 105 Congr essradt a re. ndustrial Accident Vgctitm Ai.ing ill Fight Public Lease an .Baer Floor-No ExcldseiO for P1 Grsb ists--Kent to Run for as enaPrciPackers Convicted Of Al- th te-fg Fr.eiht Bills--Seretatrd of Ateilture Gives Phosp e T s th AFree Hand._...__ ashin D C.-Geo P. P washno te Farmers' National gaptO ee on Transportation sends oma arnitteeg that unless the farm- tr out a warn and protest to their re- th eiake up ogressmen and senators, th - will be a(adled( with a huge ad they nal charge in freight rates, due gi itithe return of the railroads to pri- cc S peculative operation. '.i sanalysis of the situation is up he the address of Commissioner heldoly f the interstate commerce tc colleisso in which that official shois that a freight rate increase of c t least 25 per cent is likely to be the 0o pt lea e hall pay the private oper ators 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. — 31 October 1919

THE PRODUCERS NEWS PAPER OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE Continuing the OUTLOOK PROMOTER IrEOPLES PUBLISHING" COMPANY, PUBLISHER Enterea as Second Class Matter, October 18, 1912,.L at the Pot-' office at Plcptywood, Montana, Under the Act of March 3, 1879. CHARLES E. TAYLOR, Editor and Manager. Advertising rates on Communication should application. Sub- be addressed to The scription 1 year in Producers News, 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, OCTOBER 31, 1919. FARGO BANK SAVED Three weeks ago the move to close all farmer-owned banks in the Northwest was put on foot. Thenoney trust crowd, work ing through the turncoat attorney general of North Dakota, de scended on the Scandinav...

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. — 31 October 1919

LOCAL NEW __. anaILf Ipl N ili Ii - " SStrombo as in Plentywood ,Hrsdai.' * in Mr. and Mrs. Clair Stoner motored 01 Splentywood the oftheweek. ha Gilbert Burdn e from the Dooley Gl .as in Plentywood this week. th country x . " * co GCo Midby, prominent farmer of wI Glidbv, was in town on business mat- at toss hurshday- u, rý-. Cora Smith left for Nilson, in . bury her brother, who died ki i tumor of the brain. A. E. Franklin of Dooley was in plet~00oo( this week and contributed w he Anti-Loot fund. t F. Miller, who has a fine farm S th east of the county capitol, was le plenty wood Thursday. A. F. McLean and his brother Ji fronl the Dooley country were Plen fwood visitors Thursday. A. B. Beverang returned the first d Af the week after a month's visit in h isconcin and Minnesota points. V jir. and Mrs. Theo. Lindell and sidrcn anlnd Hugh Watkins of For- i tuni, N. D., were in town Thursda. b tun' D * * * i Chas. Westphal and Oscar Collins o made a visit to the J. C. Gronvold e and D....

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. — 31 October 1919

NoV. 1s to Nov. 22 nd TOO MUCH MERCH ANDISE ---NOT SUFFICIENT FUNDS We' bought too heavy--The crops were light---We are willing to sell the Merchandise at a very small profit rather than carry it over to next season. . . . Big Assortment of All PRINTS & CALICOS Overalls & Jackets roCIeris-. worth 25c yd. go at 17c Worth from $2 up---all going at 19 bars Diamond C Soap, at 98c Celebrated Hoover Piece 1 68$1 Brooms go at - 78c Sets of Dishes OLUEBI PAR RN at only $12 per set aO 08aro regular 2 for 25c go at 10 packages for98C 10 Percent Discount ay, we are giving t35c p .aces for only 27c on all other Crockery, including sayawe areginthe away Jars from 1 gal to 30 gal size $5 McKibbon Hats, go at 251l. box Ev. PEaches $5.85. Our Leather Vests as we $315 Dark Corn Syrup per gaL 90c have a good assortment. LEATHER VESTS & Wle-rr Srp " $1.O5 All Light Percale & Dress Ging hams to go at 28c per yard SHEEP LINED COATS w-- Teoaitoes No.o 35eeaa 28 -, No ecan Br~in Yor Butter...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 31 October 1919

~mJ0 ROUNDUP itiLed frol Page Two) r oll ieever and son oaster He Sollie WednesdaY from a via- A bO'...e relatives. c S olden is assisting C hier at the First National during ro 1 giona of the teller Mrs. R. . f Culberson and Mrs. C. C. Sullivan of V r. 'd M rs* J. C. Sullivan of P iere visitors in Culbertson ~dt0n nwere SSudaY. Smith has been work Os.ant all the week to make 1W oss meeting held last rb i Cross h success. i~ sek Catlin and daughter rs, returned Sunday from a 0 oeths visit with relatives at two e n and Minneapolis, Minn. Astrope of Flaxville was in r Monday. He has leased boimand from Guy Cosper south oe-f Homestead and will move there with his family as soon as he jtber threshing. B. Myhr, manager of the Prin cess Theatre and Culbertson jeweler, left sundaY night for Billings, Mon letas a delegate to the State Con tetion of the I. O. O. F., which met 1 there the first of the week. He re turned last night. Mr. and Mrs. Irving B. Dill of Per kasie, Pa., are visiting t...

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. — 31 October 1919

Terms Toe'~ There are tinb on Als sia which u a? rreht in west Europardmarsed facts. mass the It is said ad rinted that the Jews are iv and that the bolsheviks aer Jess. It she borne in mind that h ýCerist&l vqgim Jews were to beIamd iw. every revolution- i ary move . was their only 4 way of protestUi~ against eruelties 1 practiced 4 tiek----and in this last i reveolution th9r. were bound to be _ Jews. - would be tto look for mem- i bers of the Oe in Russia which has always vcation ad culture -qualitieit are of first import ance in a nw -regime. SEES IOE RUSSIANS - But wherever lI paw Jews there al so I saw Rtsians in immeasurably greater nanber and I came to the conclusion. that in all fairness th! utmost th . be said is that Jews are fo .4e among the bol sheviks in g peat proportion than their race ears to the entire popula tion of Ria,; That is, however, a very diffe pr j position from the A one po .y .believed-that Jews ' and bo° ° ,convertible terms. But state ent sticks an...

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. — 7 November 1919

THE PRIRODUC NEWS A PAPER OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE Continung the OUTLOOK PROMOTER VoL VII Number 12 E 2 PLENTYWOOD, SHERIDAN COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7. 1919 NUMBER 3 S-I I BONDING ELECTION PROPOSITION pth Seed Gr-tin l .,-1 Road Bonds Are ,.tLI yed-Afraid to Go Because the People Re member How tn.e Same Board . ContY conmi.,'ioners iandled Last Seed Grain Bonds. LEARY OF ANO fltER SI'EATL The seed grain !,onnding pro osition which has b)oen undec cnsideration in this county oir sme time, bobbed up a;'.in at Monday's session of the County Bord of Commi.SiSorUer3 , when :,petition containi a numbfier of names which I a,1 been filed tith the County Clerik & Re corder, praying the calling of an election as prc.i vled by law came before that august body for consideration. There has also, it is reported CHAPMAN AR PONTED CLERK P OF COURT (trk of Court Girard Resigned His Ofice Last Monday to Take Effect the 11th t~ay of November. As soon as the news was o...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 7 November 1919

HOW RYAN'S RAILWAY HIT AIRCRAFT WORK Dollar-a-Year Director Held Up Spruce Production to Build Road $5,000,000 FOR NOTHING Delay Due to Plot, Congress Committee Finds, Was Fatal to Production And To Thousands of Men at Front-Plans Altered. Washington, D. C.-At least one of the "dollar-a-year" patriots has had the extent of his patriotism uncovered in an investigation by a congressional committee which re cently published its findings. It deals with an attempted $5,000,000 steal, whereby the Chicago, Mil waukee & St. Paul railroad was to get a road built by the govern ment for war purposes. T he report of the committee dis closes how John D. Ryan, presi dent of the Anaconda Copper Min ing Company and appointed by the president to head the aircraft pro duction board, used his position to further his own interests, and ac tually hampered the work of the government. According to the information tele graphed to Secretary of War Baker, most of the $5,000,000 was used in the constructi...

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. — 7 November 1919

WALL STREET PLAN TO Fff IT OUT TURNS POLITICIANS AGAINST LABOR OUR WASHINGTON LETTER Cservative Union Leaders ,e serted by "Friends" of Work ers--Capital Refuses Com promise--Senator Williams rs an Irish Hornets' Nest ,.Railway Men Protest Anti strike Bill-House Expels Boston Man for Political Cor ruption--Old Parties Put Up Two of a Kind for Governor in Bay State. Washington, D. C.-General conditions have forced the most serious break between labor iPaders and politicians the coun try has known. The most conservative labor leaders are for the time being pushed out into the ranks of ,rogressives and radicals be cause their political friends have become impossible. The conservatives are not conserva tiae to the point of sacrificing labor organizations. President Gompers simply had to walk out of the rigged up conference of capital and .labor. The public representa tives, among them Gary and young Rockefeller, were nearly all capitalists. Labor was asked to give everything and the oth...

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. — 7 November 1919

THE PRODUCERS NEWS PAPER OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE Continuing 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 a p p 1 i ca t io n. Sub- be addressed to The scription 1 year in Producers News, Box advance, $2.00 six 587, Plentywood, Mon months $1.25. tana. Quack, fraudulent ahd 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, NOVEMBER 7, 1919 A COUNTY NURSE There has been presented to the Board of County Commis sioners a proposition for the county to hire a traveling nurse, to be paid by the taxpayers. It is estimated that the salary of the nurse will amount t...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 7 November 1919

LOCAL NEWs I . ..s. - john Swiger was in from the f Thursday. o. J. Collins was in from his fam west of Raymond Thurs day. ,* * Miss Alice Melquist had the honor of collecting the most ,honeY for the Red Cross Wed nesdaY afternoon. Sajor's orchestra will play iora dance given after the Farmer-Labor mass meeting at Flaville Saturday (tomorrow) night. Fred Umbreit left for Scobey aid Flaxville Wednesday to do ine advertising for the Farm pr.Labor mass meetings sched uled at those places tomorrow night. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Morten eny, well known and highly re spected farmers of the Dagmar precinct, were business and pleasure visitors in the county at Tuesday. Hans P. Madsen of Archer was a business visitor in Pjentv wood Monday and Tuesday. Walter Nielsen from Dale view spent several days in Plentywood this week transact ing business. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lang left WTednesday for Detroit, where they intend to make their home. Mr. Lang has been engaged the past summer by the Montana Moto...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 7 November 1919

WHEAT'GRAME EVILS ADMITTEOBY BARIES Relative Prices on Low Grade Wheat Raised by Grain Corporation DR. LADD WINS IN FIGHT Adjustment Will Mean $25,000,000 to $40,000,000 to Raisers of Light Weight and Damaged Wheat High Grades Too Low Now. St. Paul, Minn.--Orders issued by the United States Grain cor poration, suspending in part the operation of the federal grades on low-grade wheat, are a great vic tory for the advocates of grading accorging to milling value. The new rulings set limits be low which relative prices may not go for this wheat. Experts esti mate the savings to the farmers from the order at from $25,000,000 to $40,ooopoo0 Offsetting this, however, is the fact that great market interests are endeavoring to bring the price of first-class wheat down to the guaranteed price. With prices warranted by market qonditions for the better wheat, the new rul Ungs would raise the low-grads wheat to a still higher point. The New Rulings. Agents have been instructed by Di rector Barne...

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. — 7 November 1919

ROUNDUP of ti terto Mr. and Mrs. Carl S.Ielson has leasded his o 0 Dt of town to Walter nest on Monday morn- t Sandth his family for his homt e in Grand Foiks tal rth Dakota, where wo reside and farm the SSeason" sundahl racenty e .his o as assistant a er ofthe iitze:1s State M and has :.cceptt-e a similar -i hth the F .st National So Anteiope Miss Eva s o succeeds l"im as assisi er of the itizens State DS FJ. Oxley, 'otfoCed of in depot agent, stpped off in F ep ondaV m company Sis mother. le is just re- V g from E.aterrn Ontario. a, where he went to c- V y his mother back to d, Oregon. His uny V Sds were glad to see him S:n renew old acquaintanc('e. SD. Morck was a co'mty Sbusiness visitor Wednes of this week. d .ss Gaffy spent last ,week's with Miss Lundquist at her ime in Outlook. While there e took in the soldiers rece) n and dance Saturday even Bank Examiner J. W. Lang s ,an Antelope business Tuesday of this week on se emi-annual examination cf the Citizens State Bank of An te...

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. — 7 November 1919

COUNED FOR 1,1234 (Cpntinued from Page Onie) eriig the money paid out to these gentlemen in illegal and grafting fees, covering a numfber of years; effort will be made to recover money paid out for padded printing bills and other fraudulent claims, and q suit will be instituted against the Montana & Dakota Elevator Company for the money which that company owes Sheridan county and they will be com pelled to produce the records which that company claim that the worms ate. The fires burning several Montana & Dakota elevators in Sheridan county during the past year, thereby burning the1 local records, and which elevators were burned ender very suspicious circumstances, may be investigated. These burn. ings it will be recalled were laid at the door of the I. W. W. when they occurred. From a complete check and cross check of the dish rse. nmets of the County Seed Grain Fund under the maii e ment of Mr. Redmond and Mr. Weinrich of Mondak, the fol lowing figures are available: Amoun...

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. — 14 November 1919

I - PAPER .pP . 3 PLE, POR THE PVLE GO42QSHERPDA OROY49TI F4 Vli NuMBEr 13 vvJ 2 SHRJA NOM.b TA tF , VEMBE 14 191Q UBR3 AT BRITAIN ADY TO ACCEPT RUSSIA'S TERMS llelsinfors, Nov. 11.--Opin generally held here is that ,ýonf erence being t held be t representatives of Pol ,d and the Baltic states will 4ecde to sue for peace with the osheviki and will invite 'the poiet government to send rep tatives to Dorpat to .dis cuss with them the terms of "As far as Esthonia is con ed, it is not so much a on of peace, but the end ing of hostilities in order to pinge our very existence," ared the Esthonian prime ijter, Premier Starndmann. "We cannot longer continue the fght because of our financial and economic conditions. Our military supplies are exhausted, England having ceased sending us any. Esthoni. and the oth er border states have no reason to Continue fighting." It was considered unlikely that Finland would enter the peace negotiations at this time. English Labor For Peace. London, Nov. 11...

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. — 14 November 1919

BOND1 0USF DEIAY TAKING N. D. BONDS Move Looks Like Outdde Effort .to Hold Up the Farmer Pro gram. Bismarck, N. D.-Wall Street and the money trust, long awak ened to the danger to special privilege represented in the or ganized farmers' movement, strike back. They attempt to cast reflections upon the credit of the state of North Dakota. They hope, and they plan, that this state, than whose cred it by every point of the rules investors themselves have laid down there is none better, will have trouble in financing the new states industries. The industrial commission the other day observed a most striking demonstration of the will to sabotage which. animates the money trust. Two financial houses which had contracted to purchase the state's bonds-houses known to be among the greatest in the country handling public corpor ation loans-declined to under write the $3,000,000 of the state issue which they had agreed to take. Of this $3,000,000, $2,000, 000 was in capital stock bonds of the B...

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. — 14 November 1919

MARYLAND SEKATOR TýlL SENATE OUR WASHINGTON LETTER Resolution Against Miners Al tered Under Attacks of Prom gressives - La Follette Asks That Miners Be Assured of Rights-Baer and Associates Win Fight Against Sale of Public Domain-Statistics on Lynching-Sale of Ships Toe Slow for Vested Interests-. League of Nations Labor Meet Under Way - EIae (Ark.) Riots Due to Lease and Store System. Washington, D. C.-Senator France of Maryland is rapidly becoming the Bernard Shaw of that body, so cutting are the pleasantries with which he dis poses of solemn humbug and frenzied prejudice. For example, the senate was verbally clawing the air the other day with reference to the coal miners' walkout, then 48 hours off. Pomerene of Ohio had started the stampede, and Thomas of Colorado, Townsend of Michigan and others had as sisted him in hanging, drawing and quartering the coal miners. They were proposing their reso lution "upholding" the threats made by the cabinet in the name of the President, when...

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. — 14 November 1919

THE PRODUCERS NEWS 'PAPSR OF THE P I PLE, BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PFOPLE Coutiming the OUrTLOO PUOMOTER PEOPLES PUBLISHING COMPANY, PUBLISHER Entered as Second das Matter, October 18, 1912, at the Post ofice at Plentywood, Montana, Under the Act of March 3, 1879. CHARLES E. TAYLOR, Editor and Manager. Advertising rates o11 Conmmunication should application. Sub- be addressed to The scription 1 year in Producers News, Box advance, $2.00 six 587, Plentywood, Mn months $1.25. tana. Quack, fraudulent and it resifonsible 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, November 14, 1919 SMALL MERCHANTS GET THE AX The Montana Trade Commission a few days ago issued the order that after December first, 1919, all merchants, large or small, will have to put both the cost and selling prices on the goods in plain fig...

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. — 14 November 1919

LOCAL NE Mrs. R. E. Lang is visiting with friends at Velva, N. D. R. E. Lang has purchased a farm near Dooley from Ben Marsh. Clair Stoner from the Outlook Country spent several days in plentywood this week. f. J. Gibbons was up from Re serve Tuesday evening and took in the dance at the Orpheum. Mrs. F. B. Brsddock will leave Outlook Monday to visit relatives in Newark, N. J., and Florida. Born-To Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Oswald, Monday, Nov. 10, an 8 pound boy. Everybody doing well. * * * Niels Madsen from the Dag mar country, who is in Plenty wood as j a'ryman, called at the producers News to sign the ref erendum petition Thursday. M. Gibout, the traveling tail or from Williston, was among the out of town visitors that tripped the light fantastic at the Orhepum here on Tuesday evening. * * * Walt Williams was a Scobey visitor in Plentywood Tuesday and Wednesday. Walt took in the dance Tuesday evening and also entertained the crowd with a few solos. F. G. Eckland, field depart ment of ci...

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. — 14 November 1919

BIG FARMERS' * MEFJ CALLED AT CHICAGO League and Labor Men Invited -To Form Legislative and Co-operative Program. A conference under the joint auspices of the Farmers' Na tional Council, the National Co operative Association (Whole sale) and other farm and con sumers' cooperative societies, has been called to meet in the Morrison Hotel, Chicago, Friday and Saturday November 21 and 22, by Herbert F. Baker, presi dent Farmers' National Council, and Dalton F. Clarke, president National Cooperative associa tion. The call states that the purpose of the conference is to promote: 1. The national federation or consolidation of existing co operative associations and the organization of voluntary co operative agencies for the dis tribution of food and other com modities in the joint interest of producers and consumers and elimination, of speculators, gamblers and unnecessary mid dlemen, so as to seduce the high cost of living. 2. A closer union between farmers and wage earners for nonpartisan...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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