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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 19 December 1919

( ftieved fry Page Mix) orders for more caM vec.be filled. At present they 8: c en caels for Glasgow, 'Wolf i.g cHinsdale, Scobey and. St.eo e Redstone lignite is to be so well known -all "over r that orders are coming in S that oraph to rush out some s . ,Ellenon was down from Na aTuesday a 'sonic lodge. ng of -nt Anderson and Niels .C CAouton "rf Dag.mar were in at- i. at the Farm Bureau meet- h al here t'ay a" herldh'e the Piper-Howe au- A . 0. 0ie!'.e. ul? " visit here Sat- n o E ,:thin,, ok. k.-under v , ' " the local mana- a ,i .. the 1"'.t daug'hter of Mr. r one, Paul 1urtz, is on the sick i'rs. ,r. Ileaiy of Flaxville u tI t.i t " e what was the trou- a ctll .tld p,nlounced it tonsolitis. H -F. Brb st and faniily are t rli.ine l.-iake, visiting with rela- a Medicine SilJohnson of the Montana f eCo.. .d Alfred Kurtz autoed ires tetaC Thursday. to WRt in way a Navajo visitor I o. R . Thursday: C. Peterson and daughter o Mr" ,llie returned from a visit in s~tidl with relatives ...

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. — 19 December 1919

;i A tr ms.. ...r.r .. ML r4 r a9' Sell the Winter Goods We Hav# Left Over For Much Less Than Keep Them a M t. Whole Year. ,_ SWe ill Have a Big St endid Winter Goods; But We Won't Have Them Long. Our 'Reduced" Prices Will Soon Move Them Out of Our Stor. tYou Yet Have a Lo Tiay tp Use and Enjoy Our Nice, Warm, Winter ,..4 Things. Come In. Thee. You Come, the Better the Pcking. Sell tW aWinteun Good Weer . ef O Sale starts M ay,c. 15endsan. SHOES SHOE SHOFS CROCERWES S GROCERIESa MESS FJRNISHINS FO• EEmpress Coffee, I lb. can...... .. .......57c Rolled Oats, .....................35 . for $100 ltal Cuts in Men's Furnisi Crusade Coffee .................... ...............c Sapphire Fur, 10 ................. ..$7.25 II l Crusade Cofee 31b $1.35 Potatoes, r bu. .........$2.25 S L A ML Se Brand Coffee, I lb. can., .................60 Apples, tie Bqauty, pr box._.............$2.75 $1.25, $W $1.7, all forT.......... . ani Brn Coe $ . YOURISHOE WANTS Seal Brand Coffee, 2 lb. can.. .......$1....

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. — 26 December 1919

* -- · · r ,: .` h PRODLLE _ tbe ~tl; Promoter Plena Sheridan Couty, Montana, December 26, 1919 2Nme3 y0igfn ______ Numb er 17, ~n y u I ,___ V OIDI- £FERENDUM HAS GONE OVER - EEDED COUNTIES BUT iNE XD VICTORY IS NOW - TAI E REFERENDUM HAS CAR- a D.county which a special E Eve as madoe, with the exception e; had sent in the necessary o of signers, and some of them --bouble and treble the, number In the neft issue of the cer News the details willt be Sffice now to say that the vic e wonderful one. The etations ur.ing in and it wi.require ty that is short will nt be as .the "Big Biz" outfit would iee start a campaig' to prevent Ssignatures being securM. h.n.T V ~Tou have riot already sent in .peitions, do so at. once. f It is expected that by the end of week 5,000 more signers will be w Riiemember. that you can contife V ding in mof'e signers as long as - wish, even though the big drive al over. The late signatures wllC t in the totals just the same. E * * * * . all ENRY C. SMITH, COP...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 26 December 1919

SPF£LAL SKSION MAKFS BIG RECORD Passes 72 Bills In Spite of Bitter Op. position of I. V. A. A remarkable record was made by the special session of the North Da kota farmer legislature just closed, a record for transcending the usual law ye-paolitician legislature. Out of 114 bills introduced in this short session 72 passed in spite of I. V. A. opposi tion, as follows: Cut taxes 25 per cent this year. State aid for drouth farmers thru extension of seed and feed loans five years and county aid in supplying farmers with dairy cows. Ratify Suffrage Amendment. Woman's suffrage. Permitting farm women and women with large families to vote by mail. Permitting voting by mail for those living more than a half mile from polls. Investigation of Standard Oil com pany for acts of discrimination auth orized. Enlarge Soldier Compensation Enlarged scope of soldiers' compen sation. Empowered state to borrow money from state bank when traitorous offi cials attempt sabotage. Created office of state she...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 26 December 1919

CE-TIME CONSCRINIION LAW PUSHED AS NATIONAL GUARI MOVE OUR WASHINGTON LETTER Bill in Both Houses Provides pr e Bil i raining" Under Civilian if ýMilir La Follette in Strenuous bo Control- 7ainst Railroad Steal Fighervative Labor Leaders Meet Coenate Bill Provides for Minis ter to Irish Republic--Government m: ter to ,d~vise Using Breweries hefl 1Itoe Manufacture--Capital ye for chers Gain by Organizing. i, gra D. C.-Not the gen- se a.in.tor., the secretary of war, of era sta ti, nal mguard will really le' ,but th} " in the plunge that is t.ar . in February or March gc to ( ( , . I tammning and peace- in :P ut ult t o:, upon the statute TI ine c ,nt 'y. Such is the qt b ~ ". inericarn Union fo ,: ., which makes a su " a i.¾t lobby. m r.+ . t national guard in- in intensely jealous -r: and the general ,) hil! introduced in tu' inhuysen of New ' ' t house by Hull of he S ,, compulsory mil- I . n ier the national fe tar: i u! -s in high schools to SIt js expected that : i e reported ame...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 26 December 1919

THE PRODUCERS@ IEWSi PAPER OF'THE PEQP.L. `3 THE PEOPLE~ FOE T P OPLE Continui'g the OUTLOOK PROMOT ER PEOPLES PUBLISHING COMPANY, PuBLISHER Entered as Second Cass Matter, October 18, 1912, at the Post office at Plcntywood, Montana, Under the Act of March 3, 1879. CHARLES E. TAYLOk, Editor and Manager. Advertising rates on Communication should V appli ca tio n. Sub' be addressed to The scription 1 year in Producers News, Box I 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 t us promptly shotld they have occasion to doubt or question the re liability of any firm which patronizes our advertising columns. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1919 a FUNDAMENTAL CHANGES IN LEAGUE c Decisions that will reconstitute the Nonpartisan League t from top to bottom, and declaration that outline the most import- t ant stand on quesions of popular liberty since the war ende...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 26 December 1919

L OC AL N ES, • Gibb'on of Reserve spent asJ. ith frielnds here. auO, et of Culbertson visit fien here.l the latter part of last a 1 Ct u Attorney George I aet pt C i(itmas at his Scobey hie Pe me. of Mondak spent w Srtll'th his mother and sis rihtma L here <oo line conductor, 1 . n ;",; id's at the Plen 00d f-otel. t . -:a \ i'-.t is spending the h ? h cc : , . t rents who reside i, "n. r the pominent phy- C l)r. ani ,,n of Outlook was a 'and' ician an< r today. I 1entw • ..n insurance man of c L U FB - transacting busi ea t . ., . week. T Ieh re .11 Watson and .l. n .. the ýweek end at ,.ýe Jo :.. M.onday. it teams returned fIthe . yesterday where . ille and Culbert S E. G. Pennock of r -, n Wednesday to t .it -,,,ays at the Bewick t mare. • r-onick went to Flaxville Mara "oher,, she will spen.l the ( t0onav "',ith i," .ster Mrs. Leonard ,ofIiibrk of Medicine Lake 1d aP" . ,i;,-in(,'ston of Wolf Point ,der(t'e(i The );st ict Court here the a-t we,- . ir~ France.C Dailey of t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 26 December 1919

COUNTY ROUNDUP Interesting Coaty teams From Our Exchanges and Readers Culbertson Kenneth Ralston was in town yes terday. L. E. Schow, undersheriff at Mon-' dak, was home over Sunday renew ing acquaintance wit;x his family. Viron Collings of Williston .pent sevei;al days this svtel: vi.itcing :.t the H. r: Oelkers homn ý. Mr. and Mrs. "Steve" Sullivan were up from Mondak last Saturday night and attended the Hard Times Ball. M. J. Dunn, superintendent of the Montana-Dakota line of elevators, was in town yesterday shaking hands with numerous friends. Inga and Olaf Hagen, who have been attending Concordia College at Moorhead, Minn., arrivel this morn ing to spend the Christmas holidays at home. The Hard Times Ball in the Prin cess last Satarday night was a com plete success. Many weve the fines imposed upon the luckless wearers .of jewelry, neckties, etc. Louis C. Peterson arrived here froli :. long visit in North Dakota Wed nesday night. He will visit a while in Dane Valley, after whic...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 26 December 1919

ROUNDUP ed from Page Six) Mo es e "oyale as ever though S aas sel 1. All report haV 5good time.cro S - timosuloading a car of Lec is Mr. Lecy is selling and those who have been fah to get some say it is se aityrnes d daughter Inez Slentywood Monday we f..ds visit with friends. Ifew d" was at Homestead WI y where he played for the the•an was in from the Wolf in 'ntry today. He reports the an tirl t good condition for auto ane perler was in from his ranch v t Derl.. to business matters. ai Sen roffit and children will ta atV. rdao morning for North . Sa. ther ey will spend the m holidayvs- two chools lose today for a two holiday vacation. i odeeten was a Redstone visit- t3 in his ranch south of town to ' EndersbYv vas in from his e orth f town Wednesday, at- 1 to business matterse. en Ingell wa in from the reser-1 Tnhur~da, where he is winter s stoielon, Joe Wagner and E Cter e over from D eview d s.ei eve ng to attend the big A. Brunnier was transacting es at the county seat today. t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 26 December 1919

CiabL Iader rwk yT f. cowing -letter s reeved by VIr. Ianger, manangr ca the Von tanh,'Motor Company from mMr. Lead er, ,Who is now in Cal' anid a who gives anuorder for an 4- Wate ord for use in the spring, whIen'nihe will return: San I:egoD, ail. Dec. 4, :199. Mr. Lang, Plentywnwd, Mont. 'Dear Sir: Your letter is on hand in regards to seeling the tractor. I do bit want to s6e1 as .I am cominr ad.ik in the eaily spuing and do a ittle farmizng mysself. Thank you for yur Rffer. 1' am sending you a che& for a new Fo.~d o-passenger with uaster. 1 wo4i. ,ite to have it in the spriig as sound :lthe roads are fit to travel if .yot ..et it for me, =3d I wanthe best inner tubes you can get, extra heavy, and shock ab.mies put on it. as I had on the car I got from yau. The RJaRler, I believe, is .bat they are, and - do not waht aIy ba4 to limber .up the car as I wl tend 1 to that mystlf. We are having rain today. We do * not need to drain our radiators eat here. I am twenty miles frnm the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 2 January 1920

-,y ~" tan Y'ý x i r - r 9 ; x W3C = y . q ý ° N F m + ýIk ' i l b e r a a" n N A * w " 4 i o44ý ii 16~2-Nm e ELa e c. E Core4 I Libral ith axpaers¢one of Sheridan County Farm Bureau the away Against the ht Re `aie y~tthe Bonds Wil -tTza~& oY IS NOT LIEN AGAINST BORROWER'S LAND The Sheridan County Farm Bureau its officers ouring the county-opposing the propse :ruth Relief dssue to be voted on Saturday, Jainary These men in their discussions, show money ad a.Ced will not all become a lien on the lamb ; º which the ý.d grain is planted, but that only the amounit isehed for ged grain may possibly become a lien, but that the -money M for feed and provisions for the fae not become q s, but in the case of default, in the payme t of same they come a charge upon the county and must by all of jtaxpayers. If, of course, those tq whom t ey is sup pay the money back, the taxpayers elieved to amount of the sum paid back. In reference to the amount paid for seed, r igimed that atu narticular ...

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. — 2 January 1920

III WRUARf I4 TODE 1r EPBRATION SE IIE R 11. 02 Thin N. 'Hagan, ommisaloner 'f ' lhbor 'aul :agriealture, rand J. A. Me Govern, manauer of the State Hill & Elevator =association, 'announced at (Jrand 1'oit Thur isy that bnilting oper taonson the' big state mill -and I eveator would begin 'Februry 1, that costratts for ;the 'cn would bet'let within 30 days and that the pmiblic enterprises would' be ready for <operation by September 11, Us9U. Aces ithe state officers 'was G. ,' :a'Minneapolis irm 4f, a rditects,-v oh will help tolocate'the site of the new ' iukstrnes. The :tste =offiers were in confer ence With members of the industrial committee if the 'Grand Foits 'Com mercial (Chib all day Thursday ovenr matters connected with the financing of the new enterprise. "There is no time to lose in starting the erection nof these eenterprises'," Mr. 3feGovern declared. "'We must be ready'to have them handle :the Wvheat crop by Sep teniber'." TURNCOATS ATTEMPT TO RAID TREASURY LANGE...

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. — 2 January 1920

gODLEMEN TAKE i gOLK OF VALUES J once Shows Consumers Pi Paid Thirteen Times What` Farmers Got. farmers recently sat down to a ve In «"moderate priced" hotel til a malashington, D. C. It consisted of in la Washing corn, potatoes, bread, but- ti seefsteak. and nothing else. They ft ter, chared $11. This rather large ic were for this quantity of simple food a eaused these farmers to do a little fig- a aused for the purpose of finding out tl the difference between the price of J what a farmer gets for his food prod- I acts and what the ultimate consumer n pays for them. They discovered that 2 til farmers who grew this food with t0 tie exception of the coffee got only 82 p Centsi for it.N TwelveThirteenths to Middlemen. a it had increased in value in passing a from the hands of the producers to the stomachs of the ultimate consum ers more than 1300 per cent. Of the ' money the consumers paid for the food I the farmers got only one-thirteenth and the various kinds of middlemen between 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. — 2 January 1920

PB0P4m, P VY tasiE CHAR E E. TAYLOR Editor. and Manager.Ad etsn rts f}; '- uiaio s d = application. 8al d addressed to The scription 1 year"l Producers, News; Box advance, '$2.00. six 587.1 Plenty~wood, Mon months $1.25. tans. Quack, fraudulent 'ad irresponsitle firms are not knowagly advertised, and we willoan it as i ra if any reader wiR advise as promptly should th.:aye octsi to doubt addressed toe re liability of any wirml e ptrasnizesoavr fadvereisieng l .ase FRI AY, JANUARY 2, 1920 NOTICE TOSUBSCRIBERS ADVANCE IN SUBSCRIPTION RATES Owing to tic. copistant advance in print paper :and the high friti la costs, ad tie ' ` idly advancing cost; 4ey thing ta goea to made it; he most popular p ricatin ' i east e Montana and the most widely read dper in ridan county with a circulatiti nearly equal t` all of the other papers in the coiinty combined, it has been -found necessary to advance the sub scription price of the Producers News from $2.00 per year to $3.00 per year, and the manage...

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. — 2 January 1920

` .'3iý.ýrt ýcwý; ýý ý Y ý'ý ^+ ere last week. pikey of Daleview trans S knthis city Monday. dmond of Mondak was mes at visitor the fore part of ee. * a of Glasgow was a 011 visitor the forepart of C nd went to Madoc Sat t lped d~Sunday at the Helge ,ile. * * * p Burke of Scobey was at jo business matter here Tues of this week. * Madsen and Paul M. Madsen ars S ere in Plentywood on Saturda Y vavis, Harry Shook and Gus of Scobey transacted business city Fridaa Enith Boobar has been deliv- 1 l on supplies on the Soo line o of the week. g.llickson returned Monday. River N. Dak., where he wt.i Dgrents. SWeirich, one of the County joners of Roosevelt county, I Plentywood visitor Tuesday. Pierce recently returned, from t part of the State, where abeen ttnding to business mat A, 0. Anderson of Flaxville, O.CarnModen of this city, hoppimg here the first of the lot and Recorder A. A. Major I a business trip to Scobey Mon delivering election supplies en S * * k, Kromer of Helena will be at go...

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. — 2 January 1920

Ou hwagasd Rea. Misses Gertie Roufs and Sallie Hanson went to Navajo Wednesday; where they spent Xmas at the Wmn. sJ Rouf home. *,The Redstone orchestra. will furn- ish the music for the dance at Flax ville New Years eve. Mr. and Mrs. HIiiry Gray and a: daughters, Emma, Lulu and Ruth ti spent their Xmas at the ranch with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gray. Corel Lecy is home from school at Plentywood for the holiday vacation. hi S. E. Ellenson was down from Na vajo today. J. B. Dryden of Outlook was a Red- a stone visitor today. Oscar Christianson of the Flaxville CT Marc. Co., spent Xmas day with the family of his brother C. G. Christian son. Emil Johnson of the Montana Stores Co. autoed to Whitetail Wed- M nesday. Herman Yeager was in from his w ranch south of Navajo Monday look i after business matters. Misses Myrtle and Pansy jiht la returned home from Glasgow Monday afternoon to spend their holiday va ation. Johm Schl and son were in from w their ranch y, taking ý t :age of the good roads...

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. — 2 January 1920

STOOWII LND BANKS,! r -' as W Wickersham Tels Federal Institutions SBe Taken Over. U - . di te Borrowers Will Ae Miete Ownership of Bunks w Under Federal Farm Loan Act. federal land banks and the , land banks are important to the national bank sys- t( tefederal reserve system was p by former Attorney Gen W Wickersham in the fed- t4 t eansas City, where he h with Charles E. Hughes and C .Adoo to defend the constitu- ti ofthe farm loan act. C ickersham, who with Mr. Me- G pp eared as attorneys for the 14 ckrland banks, made very e efact service which the fed Sbanks perform and theri ration to the financial system country. He also made clear in respects the joint stock land difer from the federal land v g Small Borrower's Rights. S types of banks (federal and stk) were created by the gov t to provide aid for the agricul interests of the country. Mr. m said that the government Y Wisdom and singular comprehen- r iad reached out to take care ol dement of borrowers. Therefore federal land ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 2 January 1920

its > aqarars fnla; Tbee- hiV ver been a Wn4 Stustrongy f drive iupon ýars to " al tidubyl o tha 'the. railroais are now 'jaklng tlagh the Cummins and E)ch bills Firmers shdbld remember the essen t tla facts, abont the ralroads. They received land grants of over 15,000, M acres, besides valuable terintals. and a cash subsidy of over three quar ters of a billion dollars, in order to keep down rates for the benefit of the American people. Instead of doing this the railroads have been looted 'by Ithe big financial 'interests and teat over taiffed, with the resut thai efr lgit 7.rates were constantly inereas ing, and seivice -becoming poorer be fore we epteted the war. <ken we en. tewed the =war- the roads were in sub= - a demoralized condition that the gov ern rent had to take them over in order to .win the war. Of the total- present capitalization of the railroads pf about twenty billion d ars, about eight billion is watered stock. Fifty per cent of the stock is owned by one and...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 9 January 1920

ae p e ;y r ;- r S -i;y 1 v~o ,rmo" P~ny~d" 7x ý at q. -Nubr3 'S, tSS e' n8 .ý DelI ~anieI5 Count Couny rDivisinO anrs of Sheridan Cow*u Reefuse to Tr Comm With Another Red Cent--Money Wod Have Been Voted But for Cori hyers' P g: ord. QUNTY COMMISSIONERS REPUDIATED The Proposed BoldIsse,"`hich wtted,'oih ktors of Sheridan county last Satu Y 3rd, went Wuder an avalanche of votes justs by the Pro News; the farmers, althoug n , n any in: s, would not trust the majority meni.. the board of rntycommissioners. They have had t kch experience those officials in the past and they d , intend to trusi with the handling of another red cen othe taxpayers The election was a repudiation of Messrs. Tiimmons anc The worst kind of a repudiato people e es Messrs. Timmonrs and Matlans, such a jolt a' &e hands of the people would resign . These of hers will not do this, however-4tey are a kind of men who have any pride or who can be hu ie any action o wrdict that the people might render. Ilany peopl...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 9 January 1920

Poultry Hints for January, 1924 Selection of Breeders The following signs indicate higi vitality and should be kept in minc when selecting breeders. The action. and movements of fowls probabl3 best indicate their physical conditions The physically weak are inactive anc dull ,and more likely to sit than tc stand. They do not range to any extent in search or forage nor do they scratch in search of feed. They are longest on the roosts, being the last to leave in the morning and the first on at night and oftentimes spending part of the day there. The loudness and frequency of the crow of the male and the cackle of the female, are indications of physi cal strength and superiority. The weak fowls seldom crow or sing. A long thin neck, thin beak, nar row head, a long slender body, long legs and thighs or a stilted appear ance indicate a lack of vigor. The strong bird at any age should have a bright prominent eye, a well devel oped, block body, bright plumage and erect carriage, bright comb...

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