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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 28 June 1918

INDBERGH SAYS REAL' ISSUE IS DEMOCRACY ' "Democracy is the real leasi 4 the Minnesota campaign. It 4 a case of the profiteers 4 ainst the people and the peo- 4 e will prevail. . ., . . 4 "Loyalty is not the real issue, 4 suppose we make it the ,is- 4 e. Who are the disloyallsts? 4 e the real disloyalists the + rmers and workers who are 4 ed to organize or) the poli- .1 field to protect their eco- + mic independence, or are the + I disloyalists the p ers + o are delaying our war 4 m because they see In this + sis only an exceptional op. + tunity for pitnder? . . . + The plutocrats who Insist on + ing up profits while the corn. + n people are making every + rifice are the real disloyal- 4* . They are"doing more than + pro-German spies to handi- + our war program. This is + oyalty of the most damnable + despicable sort. + new era Is about to dawn + hich democracy will be ex-. + ed Into industry as well as + tics, but this cannot come if + leave at the head of affairs + y politicians wh...

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. — 28 June 1918

FARIES HELD UP ; gyp. S PIR AES 0 Noted Writer Sees Famine Near , Unless Market Monopolies Are Broken. Indorsement of the National Non partisan League's viewpoint on food production is found in a recent article by Miss Agnes C. Laut, one of the 1 beet known writers of America, in the New Republic of March 30. Under thq ( title of "Averting Famine," Miss Laut gives a detailed picture of the serious 1 situation confronting America. Monopolized marketing facilities, she declares, are the cause of this condition and the destruction of these is the only possible solution. The concrete remedy proposed by this noted author is along the same lines, as that advocated by the Nonpartisan League--state distribution to supplant monopolized marketing-a plan like that proposed by Commissioner Dil lon of New York by which the state would take the products direct from the farmer to the retailer. Several Australian states have been doing just this thing for several years. Must Eliminate Profiteer. "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. — 28 June 1918

CAPTIVE BALLOON By EDNA PRICE WALLER. 'opyright. 1+11s, Restetrn Newspaper Union.) "Love will find a way, Josiah." .\it in this ease, unless I am the lot ant }uide. 1 have brought up iy dead cousin's daughter, Winnie, nce she Nis ten. I've seen to her ucation. Sie s a stuart girl, though )metimes wiliful. I want to see her tart in life ight. O:h l n t t t s neighbor smiled se retly as did all the town, the id hett r 1:nlel a small income hat salt( to W~innirt. and undubttr>tredl Cncitt' ' t -ami. FI uihiermore, Vinnle was an :ipt little housekeeper. Iu hove tried to bring Winnie and he clerk n i}- hr tiher's store, Lemn )wart. te't her hecaluse he is a say jig. reslet:+ll vouun fellow. minite ng. ha0 ,i ýa shou Rodney Mlake. .e nipped his 1aung at~cetions in the '3BlakE is a pretty fine young mna., ll thii sun t ed rved the nit'gihibor. tad the s1,:ker wt lnt his way inutal v compatrn oiune llake with the ,arrottY-It ntimler-ized Leti Dy ;art. Meantilh. W inie was going through a...

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. — 28 June 1918

.By Ouaý Washington, D. C., June 26.-The announcement that the government has taken over the -management of the stockyards of the country is being hailed as one, of the most significant steps in tablishing war elliciency that has been adopted by the government. The president is sued his proclamation under power granted him by congress last Aug ust to control food products in the interest of National security and defense. Under the new order the Secretary of Agriculture is given control of the stockyards much as Mr. McAdoo now has charge of the railroads. This measure is in line with the demands of the Nonpartisan League, which has maintained through its newspapers and its speakers that it was necessary for war efficiency that not only the stockyards, but the packing plants, as well, should be taken over and operated by the gov able agitation for the latter, and, ernment. There has been consider whether it will follow is a question which time alone will determine. Recent government i...

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. — 5 July 1918

SK YOUR NEIGHBOR, "HOW A OT A JURY Po SHPERIDSAN COUNTY" THE PRD NE A PAPER OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE Continuing`'he OUTLOOK PRQMOTER VoL V. NumLer 48 OLUME I. PLENTYWOOD, SHERIDAN COUNTY, ONTANA, FRIDAY. JULY 5, 198 UBR1 I ________ lE STICK" FARKMERS WIRE HEADQUARTERS mnp Convention Called at Great Falls to Throw Monkey Wrench Into League Machine Repudiates Trouble Makers rsuant to a call sent out over state of Montana by a number Copper Collared" League mem and boosters, a rump conven convened at Great Falls last ay, July 2nd, for the purpose owing a monkey wrench into achinery of the Nonpartisan e, in the way of a move to ce the Montana Nonpartisan e from the National organi in order that time proven ans might get control of the na organization and thus de the unity of the National ent. re is no doubt but that the paytrioteers was the inspira f the whole undertaking, as eel themselves slipping as the n approaches. ever, the whole affair proved a boomerang and t...

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. — 5 July 1918

-Talken.Up .Notice One bay gelding, weight about 1200 pounds, about 5 years old, branded on right shoulder. Come to my place on or about June 12th, 1918. Owner can have same by proving ownership and paying expenses. M. S. Arneson, 8 miles northwest of Plentywoob. 11:3t Estray Notice One dark bay borse, three years old branded 8- - on right thigh. One gray eorse ten years old, pranded S.U on right thigh, each about 1150. Re ward offflred anyone who will notify this office. 11-tf John Stoner. Let Us-Help Rid Your Stoick of Parasites We will show you how to do it with "A SURE SHOT" Stock Medicines on your own farm before your own eyes. Why wait when your animals are in danger? Herds of hogs have been wiped away in a few days. "A SURE SHOT" BOT AND WORM REMOVER. When a horse is infested with Bots and Worhns it is in dangre Even though not entirely disabled, the animal cannot produce the work it could if absolutely rid of these pests, because they live on the nourishment taken into the a...

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. — 5 July 1918

Our. By Owý8_r a Washington, D. C.-A ~.Att ward step in helping tha , the -job was taken when the; dent- issued an order centralisiduCg recruiting and supply of wori4 0o all kinds for war production ii .ta.e United United States Employmgt service. After August 1 no employer with war business who has a fore of more than 100 workers will be -per-. mitted to recruit common labor, but all such employers will be required to use government agencies, while the restriction against private re cruiting for the present applies only to unskilled labor; as soon as pIsi ble it will be extended to include stilled labor, and eventually no em ployer may be permitted to employ men unless the latter have permit cards from the government service. This will put an end to the stealing and poaching of employes which has demoralized by war work, which is already well in hand by means of regulating orders. Because of the haphazard, indi vidualistic method now in use it is estimated that from 25 to 40 per ce...

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. — 5 July 1918

THE PRODUCERS NEWS A PAPER OF THE PEbPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE #WP*LE Continuing the OUTLOOK PROIOT1OR PEOPLES PUBLISHING COMPANY, PUSLIMHER, Application made for entry as second ulsae mtttesr, st the postof at Plentywood, Montana, under the act of March 3, 1879, April 19, 1918, CHARLES E. TAYLOR, Editor and Manager. Advertising rates on ap- Communications should plication. Subscription be addressed to The Pro one year, in advance, ducers News, Box 587, $2.00; six months $1.25. Plentywood, Montana. Quack, fraudulent and irresponsible Arms are not knowingly advertsed, and we will take it as a favor if any reader will advise us promptly shou.d they have occasion to doubt or question the reliability of any firm which patr our advertisin columns. FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1918, Minnesota's Victory As the smoke clears up from the Minnesota political battlefield we be- i gin to comprehend what a really re- 1 markable -victory the Nonpartisani League hat won. Ofmeal returns are in and they reveal ...

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. — 5 July 1918

COOL -Ri ,, a Walk in and sit down We will treat you right STH.E AL L EY. Kelly. & Goodman, Proprietors R, Robt. R. Kahle OUTLOOK Sells the Champion Cream Saver Receive A Car Load of' BarbedWire This is the Last Car that will leave the fac tory this year--so buy while buying is good! "SATISFACTION," our Motto Plentywood Auto, & Machine Shop Let us do your woric All -out work is Guaranteed. Come in and see the Kolsomo tire Guaranteed for 5,000 miles, . WE ADJUST OUR OWN TIRES Heavy Machine Work and Trao' tor Repairing, Blacksmithing and Oxi-weiding, Expert Aurte Re-. pairing. 'Hava Your Broken Casting ii 1dd B Johnson &-Ri (Successora to) Homestead AcetySaq: HOMESTEAD, i :i If castings should OR NOT FIT In very nearly all caa~as. ehe~per and just i not costing iVw & "tao't speak a t it. I'm only a. . that the people at Hllide won't be dsgappolated. Remember, though, yo. are Robert Wade." "I've got .ua Ileson by heat," leagbhedthe other. I Aimlessly dttla, -ieving It -...

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. — 5 July 1918

II. ~ .1..- i : ··~ re i ; r- ·-. 5· C ii~ ·~:-·~-· - " ' '" ::,, ~- J. i 1-.. F·~l Mr: and Ml s. W. H. Hurt of Whitetail were In Plentywood W.d~ waday. --iss Alice Melqulat, Gerdrs and Ida ChristiJan spent Independenice day at BrudS lake. --John Boulds, one of the proia - nent farmers of the Welliver caan try was in Plentywood the ~itter part of last week. -Mr. and Mrs. Harry Iilird re turned from near Poplar ist Wed nesday, where they had been to look over the rops of Mr. Hilliard. -Mr. and Mrs. Jack' Vossen of Dooley gavea chicken dinner at. their home)ast Sunday in honor of Agnar Tureson leaving for the U. S. ser vice. --Jens Hanson, one of the state executive committee of the National Nonpartisan League for Montana, who resides on his farm near Dag mar, -sas in Plentywood the latter part of last. -Mr. and Mrs. Ivor Johnson of Dooley were in Plentywood on the 26th. Willard Hendrickson, who left for Camp Lewis is a brother of Mrs. Johnson, and Agnar C. Tureson is a cousin of Mr. ...

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. — 12 July 1918

A PA*1tL MeOULOK V 12. &Nwunrn VOUM IEI.."dy "`NT W O O SH RI _ CO fýJLY, ' gllITY OPENS CHICAGO MARKET opening of a Nationa Live Stock Market ir Chicago By Equity Means Much to the ganers. One of the biggest forward steps ever recorded in the livestock his. tory of the United States will be be taken August 1st when the Equity Co-Operative Exchange will establish a selling agency at the Chicago stockyards. Not only will the opening of this ency mean the granting of a great pportunity for farmers of the north d middle west to market their cat le co-operatively but it will also ean another pledge of the farmers f the north and middle west to mar et their cattle co-operatively but it will mean another pledge of the rmers of the United States to aid eir country in winning the war. The founding of the livestock de rtment of the Equity Exchange at hicago will mean that thousands of mers, heretofore at least partial discouraged in raising cattle be use so much of their profits have ne ...

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. — 12 July 1918

COOL DRINKSR Walk in and sit down We will treat you right THE VALLEY Kelly & Goodman, Proprietors Robt. R. Kahle OUTLOOK Sells the Champion Cream Saver eceive A Car Load of Barbed Wire This is the Last Car that will leave the fac tory this year--so buy while buying is good! "SATISFACTION," our Motto Plentywood Auto & Machine Shop Let - us do your work Ail our work is Guaranteed Come in and see the Kolsomo tire Guaranteed for 5,000 miles, WE ADJUST OUR OWN TIRES Heavy Machine Work arnd Trac tor Repairing, Blackaimithing and Oxi-welding, Expert Auto Re * pairing. Wev Your Broken CatnsMended By Johnsoni& Root (Sticceusors to} Homhestead Ac lenewWeU1 5 co. HOMESTEAD, MQN1AI Iý By Our Spe'Ia s about to bumble itself, get down th o the soil and invesi e the ire- to nor that the farmers have a grpev- m race. The Chamber of Commerce en rf the United States hasMs an oriwd he appointment of a committee f lye of its, members .to - inaesaga ;he complaints of the farmers and KI repor...

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. — 12 July 1918

SSTARTED SIOMETHIN4 BU I t K(ICKED BACK (Great Falls Daily Leader) n W Teagfai !'d n of Forest Grove rted somet ting in the Nonparti convention ( illed for a two days' ion, but slid do a the banisters, the end of a perflct day, and the f was oft. 1hl. story was told of prelinlinarY skirmish in the Lea when the had oflicials of the paltisan t L agu1' here denied all ponsibility for t he meeting called pr.i TeaIgaI don and Mr. Arnold, latter also kicli'n out after his ival in our beautiful city. t was 4 o'cloCk when the meet was called to order by Mr. Tea en and there \o Xere 24 persons ent. Later SiN mtore drifted in. rge Evans of Fergus county was ed chairman and H. G. Dyer of ton, secr(tal; - M .. Teagarden e about three-quarters of an to the following letter: ear Sir and Biother: .e to the fact that there are but e minor statg offices to be filled year, to priv& it embarrassment e administration or detract from ing the wal, League members ontana are l'r quested from mat offici...

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. — 12 July 1918

THE PRODUCERS NEWS A PAPER OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE Continuing the OUTLOOK PROMOTOR PEOPLES PUBLISHING COMPANY, PURLISMER Application lade for entry as second class matter, at the posto~ee at Plentywood, Montana, under the act of March 3, 187%; April 19, 1918. CHARLES E. TAYLOR, Editor lit Manager. Advertising rates on ap- Communications should plication. Subscription be addressed to The Pro one year, in advance, ducers News, Box 587, $2.00; six months $1.25. Plentywood, Montana. Quack, fraudulent and irresponsible Arms are not knowingly advertised, and we will take it as a favor if any reader will advise us promptly saouR they have occasion to doubt or question the reliability of any frm which ztatronises ow advertising comass. FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1918, Slow Footed justice' Tardily the state supreme court of Minnesota has come to the rescue of justice in that state, and has ord ered the lower court of Martin county to dismiss the indictments for "dis couraging enli...

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. — 12 July 1918

A WELCOME 6U1ST gy ARNOLD WARRENTO#C /7op riht, 1919. Western NewspagerT'Ualon.) "I saw it first 1" shouted Robert Les "fAnd I heard it first I" roared bhi tler, Martin. "Why, what's your idea?" jeered the speaker. "Suddenly taken a liking ohumanity, that you want to grab a r little abandoned skit of a thing, ter There Robert Leslie paused. An cute expression in his brother's face ecked him. He was sorry, for he lized that he had made a bad break. here had been a passage in both their ves where anger had led to injustice d this, in turn, to sorrow deep and ting. Into their lonely lives this sunny at oon there had come a startling ex rience. Their home was a double use, with a common porch. Robert ed alope in his quarters. Martin had housekeeper, a Mrs. Wade. Thus for rs these two rare old bachelors had ed, daily sinking deeper into a rut uneventful existence. "See here, Robert," spoke Martin, er a pause during which the twain down at the little huddled atom ugly ensconced in a padde...

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. — 12 July 1918

,:+'*"yý"N¢t:,++=:i"* "-. Y4'L;'Ih4 4sLi'9 `e'ýf'ih d 14ý r... ýr Rdr,. ..t ., it ta m r w - e 'e p I µ -, the aeaser . Its was $2 O. sad c leg. Get yoM- vie r th farmers per o itl4o p kelp the caunse. o -Mr. Clair Ster ef. presie .of ae Pe plesat first of Iei a State bank and. Gergealt known farmer' o s the county seat ion. bus s: Thww day evening. -ihbc 6Jrvaleti01s limal ttorney Of St. tS" i Plratywood a n plae to Ba i t wekto -atteoend to b. Dofadh last4fk fo edne olsda toag -Mr.t her m eae who. b. O wald;I a serious operatil.e --Gus Hesckon, maznar the Flshbeck & Jarvis" Electti CODIuYr purchased a new late.- ist1e1 k auto from the loint q.v 0. C. Donaldnoa, last Way a ago. Be-Mr. and Mrs. A N. Oswald, wheo reside -about' four wl. W Q Plentywood, left an the e train We& nesday morning for tePoo Nomt Dakota, for aJ few days' 'visit~w th a brother at that point.9 -Pleintyw& od was gtongly "q"' sented at the _deetiop of *b ,L theran church of Orville last Bun&W. Be...

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. — 19 July 1918

A PAPER oF THE PEOPLE, ; Y.T PUOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE Conlw eM OUTL -ROMOTR Vol V. Number 50 VOLUNME R. PLENTY WOOD, SH T MONTH FREAYC, JUTY L9NE YANKEES WIN GRA ITO ONTEFEC.BTL IE ILAND FOR SOLDIERS AN AFTER WAR NEED Secretary Lane Urges Step and Declares That Now Is Time to Prepare In a letter to the President on May 31, Secretary Lane of the Department of the Interior, urges that we imme oiately begin to prepare for furnish ing workable land to all soldiers de siring it on fair terms at the close of the war. "The United States shoulo be able to say to its returned sol diers," says Mr. Lane, "that if you wish to go upon a farm, here are a ' ariety of farms which you may take your pick Ironm, which the Govern ment has prepared against the time of your returning." The secretary points out that at the close of the Civil War, America taced a similar situation, but that fortunately there was a great public domain open freely to all citizens by Prcsident Lincoln's approval of the homestea...

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. — 19 July 1918

K .r S.Walk in and sit down We will eat you right THell E GVA LEoY Kelly & Goodman, Proprietors Robt. R. Kahle OUTLOOK Sells the Champion Cream Saver A Car.. Load of This is the Last Car that will leave the fac tory this year--so buy while buying is good! "SATISFACTION," our Motto Plentywood Auto & Machine Shop Let us do your sw. wk All o°r work is Guaranteed come in assdfewe fk ftolsoindtire Guaranteed for 5,ooo6 tiles, WE ADJIUS OUR OWN TIRES Heavy Machine Work and Trac ..tor Repairing, Dlsacksmithing and .Oxi-welding, ExetAuto Re pairing. ftWv tur Brokn sig.Mud y Aiit t. ; July Viz.-Wiwer (0 all tp '~keug3 s oy. Tb iquesion has sJ t be a swered by Daniel c. Rfpir, Commis sinner of Intelnai Revenie, in s re Wort to Congress which -shows that al most in the same proportion -pro titeering :s `gown the aubber of big incomes 8h've Macrease. For ex ample, in 1914, according to the in come tax returns, there were 8,672 in comes of $20,000 and $25,000 a year representing fortunes...

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. — 19 July 1918

Full Text ofOpnkn 'Fu T 4 State of Minnesota, Plaintiff, 20926 versus A. C. Townley and Joseph Gilbert, Defendants. state of Minnesota, Plaintiff, 20927 s C. Townley and Josephi Sel ý Defendants. Cltbelt' SYLLABUS 1 Detendants indicted jointly 1. arged with violations of Chapter 40ia, General Laws 1917, joinid in a general demurrer to the indictment, , enich «-a- overruled and the pro-' cctdirg certified to this court for de- ter~inhation. The matter set forth n the indictment considered and held not to constitute a violation o the statute. t he subject matter of Section is within the title of the act. 3 everse( and remaPNded OPINION These two prosecutions involve the aisle questions and are considered and disposed of together in one opin cn Defendants were jointly indict edn by the giand jury of Martin county and thereby charged by two uparate indictments of violations of C naptea 463, General Laws 1917. Defendants joined in general demur riS to each indictment, which were Slerruie...

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. — 19 July 1918

%TH P D UERS NSWS PAP ? R OF THE P LE, BY T~I a' ~ P R _P LE a oN<R PmR I SJG COMPRRY, P I ER Application made for entry as second class matter, at the postoffice at p ywood, Montana, under the act of March , 1879, A ' 19, 1918. CHARLES E. TAYLOR, Editor and Manager. Advqrtising rates on ap- Communications should plication. Subscription be addressed to The Pro one year, An advance, ducers News, Box 587, $2.00; six -months $1.25. Pleltywood, Montana. "ck; fra dunrt and irresponsible firms are not knowingly advertised, and we will take it as a fvor if any reader will advise us promptly should they have occasion to doubt or ueestiou the reliability of any firm which patronizes our advertising columns. FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1918, League Again Vindicated The recent decision of the Mk nesota supreme -court clearing A. C. Townley and Joseph Gilbert, respec tively president and manager of the Nonpartisan League, of the charge of circulating seditious literature, putt the Minnesotu political ....

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