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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 14 November 1919

O1NTY RiOUNDUP (COlnt)mued progpa Two) a course in igfnition and stor batteries. Severt was a tuber of the Canadian army d disloated his right hip ile training. Medicine Lake Mr. and Mrs. eigh Gentry', a son, on Tues y, November 4th. BorneTo Mr. and Mrs. Jacob sn, of Dagmar, a daugh BornlTo Mr. and Mrs. Jer e Martell, of Homestead, a ugh iller, wife of N. P., our w blacksmith, was up to Plen Hed Tuesday. Andrew Hening of Dagmar as in town on business Tues Harry Hall of Dagmar was in e city Tuesday. Willard Markuson made a usiness trip to Dooley Friday. John Grayson, a pioneer mer ant of Antelope, was in the ty on business Tuesday. Mrs. Falk. the cook at the ke Hotel, was on the sick st the first of the week. Mrs. Oscar Jarstad left Mon ay for the hospital at Williston have an operation for appen Miss Minnie Sampson .of Re rve was shopping in the city st Friday afternoon and call ng on friends. Mrs. C. A. Stevens accompa ied by Miss Irene Thompson ade a trip to Plentywood Fri Carl an...

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. — 14 November 1919

(Cmtinued from Page One) en be Premier Lloyd ee Satuiday - in his (. ' _l that the allieL wdnld pro y attempt to ne a peace with the bolshe ki gov ernnlent of Russia hatar.oused a stonn of comment pro and con over here. Intan editorial in the London" Daily Herald, it is stated that "the determination of labor to oppose intervention in Russia" has 4 last "taught the premier that abor is more to be feared than` reactionary press." The newspaper calls upon the work ers i;England to force the gov errmupt to accept whatever peacterms the soviet offers. Otter commentators call at tenti to the discrepancy be tweet George's utterances and thos7 of Winston Spencer Churchill. The latter in a speech in commons Wednesday dem ded the fullest support of the Brtish governmeht for Ad miralj Aochak and General Den ikinm [hey want to know which repr ted the real attitude of the g4rnment. The' Niy News, antagonistic to the premier, is strongly in favor of making peace with the Russian soviet governmen...

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. — 21 November 1919

HIPH A PAPER * JA. NOVMZ N -SUME~v 21 9P - ROTESTBY JO- NIAR SoNEIGHBORS the Editor of the Producers News, .od, Mont. Sir: rjsleadin g and wilfully eroUS article appears 1. Oerob 24th issue of the r Press, and ye edit r ingly like a yellow-backed ecrawls behind the cam e sjinatur'e of the "UN ANIZEDI" minded farmer, eg. We ask you to take little protest into your pa We are also sending it to er papers. The protest is as ows: e, the neighbors and friends ohl Ilardeson, -protest to public Mind of religion, and moral decency to for 'a camouflaged, slimy sneak an editor to use the name of ghteous, well-meaning gen in order to spew his ed-up political venom upon Nonpartisan League or upon idists. John Hardeson is in rv way a gentleman and an est thinking man. He has viously served a three years' of volunteer service in the S. army and returned with a military record-an hon discharge. Mr. Harder knew what military law and To sit in silence when we should protest Makes cowal ds out of men-...

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. — 21 November 1919

COUNTY ROUNDUP Interesting County Items From Our Exchanges and Readers Westby Henry Osksa was a business caller Wednesday. Myrtle Nelson, who has been sick the past two weeks, is fast getting well again. Miss Falkanger of the east side school serves a hot lunch each day for her pupils. A young man, cousin of Pet er Keldsen, arrived in the city Wednesday, coming direct from Denmark. John Kolden was over to Comertown a couple of days looking after the Nelson-San nerud store. Mrs. John Schmid arrived' home Wednesday from a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Mat Hogan, at Froid, very proud of her new grandson. Having wound up his affairs for the winter Henry Eklund left Wednesday to join his wife and daughter at Hancock, Minn. After their marriage Wed nesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Rohweder were charivaried twice, once by the young men and once by the ladies, both par ties going in to congratulate the newly-weds. Mrs. Emil Austad is visiting with Mrs. Lida Evenson. Mat Madsen, of this city, lef...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 21 November 1919

AMERCONSUMER CO-OPERATION IS AIM OF TWO BIG CONVENTIONS OUR ASHINGTON LETTER progressive Farmers to Meet in t (roroe ocn LNovember 21 organized Labor Meets in t veceluher-Old Parties Study ece~nt Elections-How Par eel Yost Service Made Large ce plus - Nationalization of x ',lines urged by Baer-Sin- 1 clair Opposes Anti-Strike Bills--A Farmer Chosen as a 1)renuier of Ontario. \yasthinto.nX, D. C.-A na- t tional colnfetence of progressive t fameis'i ganizations and of 4 CO.Per(t 'e societies has been 2 called to meet in Chicago, No- < x.enibel `'1 and 22, to formulate ] phl s fog legislative, political I and ecocll(hiC measures which shall unite the forces of the wealthl tpAduce' s and the orga- 1 3 J1e ? c hmers throughout e Y1ited States for their com- 1 Won protection against profi- I teers. Neil): t F. Baker, president of the Faimers' National capi- 1 tal. and Dalton T. Clarke, presi dent of the National Co-Opera ti-e so"ation, with headquar ters in Chicago, signed the call. Th...

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. — 21 November 1919

THE PRODUCERS NEWS PAPER OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE Continuing the OUTLOOK PROMOTER PEOPLES PURIABBING COMPANY, PUBIJSHER 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 anil 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 ii responsible firms are not knowingly advertised, and we will take it as . 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 21, 1919 REPRESENTATIVE GOVERNMENT It may not have occurred to the president that his calling of a conference of capital, labor and the public is an indicationsof the way Amei cani representative government has been' perverted. Our ci...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 21 November 1919

LOCAL NEWS Ed Mce of Archer was a busi o ýsjitor to Scobey last Sat urday. * Fa e (;I>sn and Mrs. Series vijiteA Pientywood via auto on Thui'sdKa * A. fit. l:oske of Scobey was a ca!!er in toxvn last Monday and c cours iso at the old barn. Jack MIanning was a business to Scohey. the big end on' 1;, i Sat ulday. t .* * Msi. J. ;.Johnson from Min n l rived in Plentywood on ;,, (u1,ýy to attend court mat t~ )r . 'dihil ~Spahn was visit gAt ;x L latter part of last ,.eek nd the first part of John layden, who lives south and ;± , Antelope, was in the county >eat this week on jury dutY. * . MA SQUERADE Givenl y Degree of Honor, Saturd:Y. ýI'cC. 6th, at Commu nity HLII. lvery)ody come. * * * Geouge Iartman, well known farmer of 1\1hitetail precinct, was transacting business in Plentywood Thursday. * * * M'r. \V'iliaui Corkry, well known farr:n of the Raymond precinct. is in the county seat ths week ser;'ing on the jury. Mrs. John Richard of Hankin son, N. D., is here visiting at the ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 21 November 1919

pIE AO F ISE Corplete Text of This Important Document As It War Signid at Paris and Which Is Now Causing Discussionjn This Country. EVERYONE SHOULD READ IT The people of the United States-have been asked, by both the pioponents and the opponents of the peace treaty and League of Nations covenant, to give expression to their desires as to the ratification of the treaty %a It stands or with amendments or reser vations. Some of them have respond ed, at the Meetings addressed by the president and by the opposing sena tors, or by commurications to their senators. But the vast majority of the people are handicapped by their ig norance of the matter. Probably not one in ton thousand has read the covenant of the League of Nations as it was presented to the senate, main ly because few have had the oppor tunity. In order that our readers may be prepared to do their full duty as citizens in regard to the controversy. the complete text of the covenant is herewith presented, and they are asked 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. — 21 November 1919

r Takes Over Mines ig americans ,Rod ers Yield Irish Plan top's Vest-Pocket Fudanmental Law o monkey business ere irnos Frazier of t Gove0rn lie has taken e lignite mines of North thtelporgirarilY and possib ot3 tempo. This kind of petanentlbe stored for any tof tue. So the state de dsh on the mine operations day to day. bier declajed that the es must not close because business and comfort of the bie of the state were at le, and that if the miners operators could not agree ptate would take over the e staeuring his term of of president Roosevelt put a ilar proposition before the thracite coal operators, but it never tarried out. The lignite operators may te thought the governor of orth Dakota was bluffing, for ey let the time limit pass. jer then declared martial Sthroughout the state and lared that the state had tak possession of the mines. The ners can thus return to work employes of the state of 'orth Dakota. The move is of great signifi ce and will make North Da ota even more of ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 21 November 1919

ST A1E OPE RA TION OF COAL MINFS GREAT VICTORY (Continued from Page' One) mines it took over. Normal pro duction was assured within a day or two. - On Saturday Governor Fra zier announced the plan of state operation as follows: "The primary object of state. operation is to get the coal to the people of the state," said Governor Frazier. "I feel that everyone is willing to continue to pay the present prices for, a few days, until we learn what it actually costs us to produce the coal. No Profit Wanted In the operation by the state neither the state nor the mine operatdrs are to make any pro fit. Royalties of from IQ to 25 cents per ton will be paid the owners for coal takel from their mines. The price to the deal ers will be governed by the ac tual cost of mining the coal, plus this royalty and whatever expense the state coal adminis tration incurs in operating the mines. I anticipate there will be a reduction in retail prices in 1 some localities. No cut will be I made, however, unt...

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. — 28 November 1919

A PAPER OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE Continuing the OUTLOOK PROMOTER VoL VII Number 15 GLUME 2 PLENTYWOOD, SHERIDAN COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28 1919 NUMBER 33 Jude Finds ainstthe T F1M BUREAU I DIRECTORS MEET I gly Important Matters Dis ed-Nearly All Directors present. The foilow'ing Farm Bureau ieetor's met at the Farm Bu reau Office November 14th: H. p. liadseni, Carl B. Peterson, Niels Christenlsen, John Stoner an Mrs. Clair Stoner. Mem-~ ers absent were Hans J. Dixon, Dagmar, and Mrs. Edith Hum bert, Scobey. Minutes of former meetings were read and approved. The report of the tellers committee on the election of the Farm Bu reau Directors and Community Committeemen were read and approved. A division was made between the memberships of Roosevelt and Sheridan County Farm Bureaus. A tentative agreement had formerly been drawn up between the County Agents. The same was read and approved. Hereafter all the Farm Bureau members in Roosevelt County will secure t...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 28 November 1919

> -, _ - . . . . ..( - F . :Y"3: - -F:. , . . J a* y''' pt j F :.`al -z V3 *0 'IS I" " .ý 0. - .. --- DIRECTORDEFENDS FARM LOAN BANK Mortgage Bankers Issue False Statements to Hurt Gov ernment Bank. BROKERS WANT BUSINESS Story of Overvaluation of Iowa Land Proved by Omaha Bank Chief to Be Deliberate Fraud-Brok ers Offered Same Loan. Omaha, Neb.-ln an interview given out to the prese, D. P. Hogan, president of the Federal Land bank of Omaha, expesee the propaganda of the mortgage brok ers to discredit the loans at cost plan for the farmers. "For the past two years," says Mr. Hogan, "the American Farm Mortgage Bankers' association has been carrying on a campeign of falsehood and misrepresenta tion against the federal land bank system. "Their predictions that the bonds would not sell have proven false; theft attempts to scare the farmers by tating that every one guaranteed every other loan In the system, have not succeeded; and the good dividends we have eatned and paid have discred...

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. — 28 November 1919

HOUSE HEEMR BY DEFEATING 0UR WASHINGTO t:TTER Voluntary Adjustment prcided in Rail Vote-Ships ,rdOther Public Property n fced-Wets and I)rys e Bolshevism - "Syndi e"Vould Get Railroads," cave E eprt-Wool Pletijful Bit ypooI Clothing Out of ýht,-IBaer Urges Public ownership of Mines. %ahington, D. C.--A tidal of telegrams and letters otest, received by every nprber of the house, explains te sudden check given the anti jeor legislation proposed both M!te comumittee on interstate d foreign commerce and by of individual congress as a past of the railroad frill. An aiarrl xvas sent out from laor headouarters here to ev e pint in the country where Cy number of railroad men are a ployed. The answer was re jected in thousands of demands for two years' extension of the iod of government operation, and in an almost equal number of demands that the Plumb plan If public ownership be enacted into law. The house had at first been of a mind to adopt the committee proposal, which made it possible f...

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 November 1919

THE PRODUCERS NEWS PAPER OF THE PEOPLEK THE P OLE, COD R PEO ___ Continuing, the OUTLOOK PROMOTEU PEOPLES PUBLISHING COMPANY, PUBLISHER Entered as Second Class Matter, October 18, 1912, Wt the Pte. office at Plenty wood, Montana, Unde e the Act of March 3, 1879. CHARLES E. TAYLOR, Editor and Manager. Advertising iates' on Conimunication should a p.p li ca tio n. Sub- be addressed to The scription 1 year iii Producers News, Box advance, $2.00 six 587, -Plentywood, Mon months $1.25. tan_. 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, November 28, 1919 A DEFENSIVE STRUGGLE Those of us who live at some distance from the large cities are likely to forget that the city working people lost heavily by the war. We are likely to forget that they and those who live on the farm...

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 November 1919

LOCAL NOW ebe Outlook Danmers' A ess visitor in the seat last Monday. 'edond and F. A. J F. Reomondan were trans congsiness here the first of eiweek. * * SMadse of Archer was county seat caller Tuesday of is week. * * AttY A. C. Erickson of Medi e Lake has been transacting iess here the past week. k.s Mamnie Bewick returned esday after spending the ek end in Williston with frendS. * Imei John: son, who lives west of Plentywood, was sacting business in this dty Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Huff re red the fore part of the week froI Williston, where Mr. Huff toderwent an operation. G. J. Hanson of Scobey made his office a pleasant call this week and subscribed for the onlv paper worth while. Mrs. J. J. Johnson returned Tuesday to her home in Minge apolis after being the star wit tees on the Foster case. MASQUERADE G(ven by Degree of Honor, Llrday, Dec. 6th, at Commu ij Hall. Everybody come. * $ . The Ladies' Aid of the Luth eran church will hold their an il supper and Bazaar in the dni...

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 November 1919

luterestiug Couasy Ite.s Frs Our Exchaages aid Readrs Culbertson I. O. Slette of Poplar wa8 in town yesterday. T. M. Armstrong of Brockton was in town Monday. Anton Cattaneo returned Saturday from Chicago. A wild deer ran through Culbert son streets last Friday. County Attorney Walton is still ill in the hospital at WL.:sten. Grandma Melton arrived here Sun <ay and Mrs. Nye returned to St. Paul. Frank Svoboda was in from his South Side farm Wednesday. The family have also moved (5nto the farm. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Oelkers a: rived home from Racine, Wis., Mon day. Mr. Oelkers is much improved but not yet well. Miss Maude Nugent accompanied Mrs. Lucille Newell to her home and spent the week visiting with friends in Plentywood. Mrs. John McCormack aind Mr. L. C. Widner and family left Tuesday for Bradford, Kansas. Mrs. McCorm ack will return in the spring. Mrs. C. F. French has closed her millinery store, and left yesterda:. for Seattle to join her hus3band. She will return after the ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 28 November 1919

ROUNDUP (Cted from a ge Navajo, was in town trans b bsiless Wednesday. ddMrs. 0. R. King werý at W day and aeport the v 15fairly good shape. ' Scobey ]Krause of the reservation u F. the many farmers from a mton trading in town during the ~ ~ctiti T.7 Cookinglham and Hale Nel- . wr at Plentywood last week as f itnes fur the state in the Johnson ( if of police Gilbert Bakke was ai visitor last week as a , tness for the defense in the Anton I J*I~O lI case. b. . jckenger of Glentana was C Scobey the latter part of last week ýcare for litigation in justice court t lere Maurice Gibot, the Williston tailor, j en caling on the tailoring t tre in Scohev during the past week. 1 P B. Murphly is in Minneapolis A gis week, from where he will go to A e inf., for a visit with his }other before returning home. E W. l3attieson and D. D. Swan n of the Battclson Hardware 'and Garage left last week for the moun as in the western part of the state for a big game hunt. Arthur Minor was in town from sout...

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. — 28 November 1919

The Centraft AE*1 Drift to Doct AtM Lloyd George CheuIes Frsat A mild ex runent in Phila delphia has r0tVe that the farmers can be ,paid a higher price for milk while the consum era pay less. The city has been divided into milk . zones. One wagon now covers the territory over which a half dozen used to roam to deliver a few quarts of milk each. As a result the farmers get 8.2 cents a quart delivered at the city loading stations and the consumers pay 14 cents. In New York City the farmers re ceive' 7.8 cents and the consum ers pay 16 cents. In Washing ton the farmers get the Phila delphia price and the consumers pay 15.5 cents. The difference of 17 cents per 100 pounds be tween what the farmer receives at Philadelphia and at New York may easily be the differ ence between a farm profit and a loss. Two cents more a quart for milk makes a difference with the poor, too. And this splendid social re sult can be secured in any city merely by cutting opt obvious waste. Co-operative farmer di...

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 December 1919

Aý t"pdP A cPýi. 3`r ýn.d t tXU,' '4 .M .t sýJ. ýýr n c"2 A 3 ate With larmea gy Democracy. a platform of and a policy . operation with the *-, farmers and declares- A go establishment of mdua dnocracy by the batiot,. dlegates represe tig of thousand of rg workers in many stati Shica o last week .a the Labor Parti of States. *stes from the Nam*nt a League wree the first day, but after f " " the position of as an indepenf pl " organization co-o _ -t. b labor in the various states t the League spekesman, i Moore, the League du6- a withdrew. The policy - by Moore and acceptei r Ii as convention was that 9 *Mrs and labor should and maintain independ- b amonizations and separate Ii mns voicing .the -rte go&emands of til ae elemefits, h that they sopuld co-operate a id assist each other dom a Sand ila n lawIi ametters in which tletwo .e i for Pub&eOw~~l th strong features often labor platform ,r; Plumb plan-At: m 1 .Ia 'o'`' Z~.`:ý ''' , i},} '' the banking bUa a " owaership of uW...

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 December 1919

ONLY 600 PER CENT! Ofl aftO I Gor A JPEC(AI. PRA'E OF . 3 o6 '. .7ý .0 ,j1 * * * * * * * * * * * s * CONGRESS HEARS * * UNCONVENTIONAL PRAYER * The Congressional Record for * * August 8, 1919, gives the prayer * offered by Rev. Henry N. Couden * * In opening the House session as * * follows: * * Good Lord, deliver vs, we be- * * seech Thee, from the unwarranted * * conditions in which we as a peo- * * ple find ourselves. * * We have just passed the great- * * est war of all history, and won a * v victory for democracy, liberty, * * and freedom from autocracy and * * oppression. * * Thus we have cast out the * * demon of autocracy but we have * * permitted seven devils to enter in, * * and the last state of the house is * * is worse than the first. * . The greatest trickster becomes * * for a day the greatest business * * man. * -. The greatest trickster becomes * * for a day the greatest lawyer. * * The greatest trickster becomes * * for a day the greatest statesman. * * But, honest...

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