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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 23 January 1920

e Week 1uiillllillll llI l age, SBills ~ N is s Rare in.-- aesota Faking ricture lled Soiaalists orris of Nebraska de the Sterling espi age ando tore the senate would Surprising as Norris is entirely alog his campaign, while na was in force, the r of New Jersey said: ___i I will make New Cs the Atlantic ocean." oe .aided his campaign him after election. a e .suppose for this 1 e Sterling bill is a fools Illustration admirably 4 for the purpose for Sdrawn. Every one who 1 that an espionage bill I .,,td hit revolutionaryr y oke of rderly reform VWe already have ide for plotters of armed revo Smore logical, then, than r espionage law should be i that nearly everybody ,agged in under it The in power will see'to it. wiw is not enforced against and that it is enforced thor all of their enemies. espionage law was violated by prominent politicians, reed only against liberals and it never caught a which was its avowed pur e state-oned mill at Drake, es been operating 111 days. ue careful acc...

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. — 23 January 1920

SAYS WAS QUOTED WITH t] W :HE SNEVE, SAID OR y THOUGT BY MEN WHOM l1E s NEVER SAW. In the week ending January 1lth, d there- appeared siniultanoeily in a number of I. V. A. newspapers thru- t out North Dakota under, a Biamarek date line, what purported to be an.in- e terview with O. T. Rish6ff formerly manager of the Publishe*s National Service Bureau. -The "interview" i pretended to quote Mr. ~isho1r's ac- I tual wolads and was a severe denunci- C ation of the activities of the Bureau, I its managers and its methods. It was I evidently mimeographed, presumably I in the I. V. A. press headquarters and sent out to all the gang weeklies, for the same story- in the Beach Advance, the WaGlobe- zette, the New Engand .Herald, the l Starkweather Times and others - AN ENT RE FARE The interview was made out of "whole cloth." It is a .piece of un exampled mendacity far beyond any thing in this line yet per rated in the state. That a man can be credited with remarks and sentiments that he neve...

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. — 30 January 1920

0lok rgomoter fiber 7f olum 2.Nu be ,432 4 - -~~~~~~~ "- o].? i , v uzq ~Juu tr ý ý uM' e " : ty ' 4 64 itn"B ontana Power Co. and OterC.0rtin -I A uiit Ho18da ed Pr e rould be Assessed Value mptory writ of mandate forthwith directing the of equalization and to thereof, directing t;hi asre-assemble and assess .the properties of the Mon "' `Company, the Great Falls any, and the =Thompson. SCompany, in the manner by law, as herein directed." dove, which is the concluding h of the decision of the Su Oort of Montana, is sufficient eonclusively the sweepig achieved in the up-hill figg as been waged by Attorney Ford to compel the Montana Company to pay taxes on worth of revenue produca which Gov. Stewart, Sec-Y State Stewart and State Hart as a majority of the 'of equalization have- re L assess. e the fight is not. won, .pats the three members, of in a hole. All of them on record as having re t assess "intangable property" to do so would be iilegal spreme court in its, deison ed all reaso...

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. — 30 January 1920

s Uq ! g·ý g agumes ntm~b t 5. y-,pete cbn a uom oaw Editor, P9 ro eti MN. rae I feel like 4 sltacer after seedhi so m go.dlatedr. fau ..e. and n labor un . over the state and feel like tadi to Lue breaiet inspiration that is sweeping ov6r teha state and nation' for those who have failed to catdh &e s1nieinace of the fmessage prior to Decesamber 17th, our alwe nayon was anoused, and many became frantic wer the prnhic that some six or sevenla were to collide with the sun between Dec. 17th and 21st and cause dire results to this faithful old world which has always been proned the one true and dependable friend of the inhabitants thereof. Possibilities should never be scorned at; improbable happenings should be our least concern. Now to reach the .subject of my text, why all the anxiety and extreme dread of an improbable calamity? For thirty years the writer has 'been a'student of political astronomy; I have watched with interest, anxiety and silent dread, the sun spots in the poli...

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. — 30 January 1920

SERIN NE! ~RO1JSES LA A S -s iii~iA 'j0UR ___ ___ 1~~4.'tL TER~;(~5 g._therhoods and American a o u Vigorous Protest- t.lake eclaration of I de lllegal-Big Interests .See: Sof persecuting Aliens--Lib ePendrents to Domain Bill. A.ste nMay Recognize Mar- e Dn I). C.-In the protest l is eeping the country against ' gs Gpraham sedition bill. the anizGations are taking the Fannte 1ogizations appear to t rledto rasp the meaning of faTe.l which in its three or . aeS formS has been lauded t irere.ist press as being neces- a e sa.en th'"e nation from 'force .lece. 13 clenan Baer and Sinclair of D kota, Keller of Minnesota e f Wisconsin are among I roressi\e members who have .ntt.'the fight to kill ,the sed by some of the best law- 5 jthe coUtr'Y, including Alfred i Swa-tim'e special assistant to o e",u"a in handling cases b Storn .Yed,. act, they find that te .e , i utterly abolish the < nrights '! t the Constitution it- < ofa.r-a" tl' right of free < nree pr',s;r : d free assembl- ...

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. — 30 January 1920

Entehs $1red a r.25. d ' ss office at PfLetywldi&ii ti@aeE Advertising rte on Quack, fraudulent and t responsibl finrms iare not knwi..ly aax-,rtised, and we.: .wl..: ke it as a favor ifa :any it ar wi dvise us promptly shoul it-ý .have occasion to doubt or qestion the re liability of any firm which patronizes our advertising columnns. FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 190. $2.00 a Year Time is wExtended. TIME WILL END POSITIVELY, FEBI 15, 1920 Owing to'the cold and inclement weather, causing great difficulty in traveling arid attending to-buisiness, the Producers News has decided to S extend the- period during which' you can resub scribe for the paper for the old price of two dollars per year intil the 15th of February. The management of the Producers News real izing the dificulties connected with the raising of subscripton prices wants to give every patron the '"ortunijity .f 0mii ing at the old price--but the price must eventually be raised, as it now. costs three times-as much to run a pa...

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. — 30 January 1920

'OCAL .. Li: of Reserve was an ov- 1 -or in this city. Olson of Rolla was'a ;jsitor the forepart of y of the Outlook ter Splenty.wod on business fackson, nee Sullivan, of an over Sunday visitor of Wolf Point was 1 $e...'iness here the first from Dooley is vis Es t oe Medders since _" $ v 0f K,, pnare was here oee . to, the Plumb ne not arrived ' -act business M. ondak Ab Fc: tvvoodl visitor S ,":. Dr. Gustaf ;Py 23rd. All . g;,r lc are the W- l , boy born . , ;,,Dular manager _n Outlook S1.., t" ,on left last -* . t . . ., xwhere they ok :i iancnt loca ed.,, .': t-e Glasgow l. business in Tue-a'' \\ ednesday of er,.n is no' Deputy Co'un r ariL bu- 1_ 1pinr Mrs. look :' te int.erest of Sepu *t: .t Humane I : this city Fri S r.;i;:grd to busi S:, . a.. for' the Farm Sbeen ir -i city the foune the week, in legard to busi ters. L .eAneny of Minot, repre e Chevrolet Motor Company ty spent -."' latter part of here. r the Erand-Lake Pride e by the farmers of Slake, All farmers should rboos...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 30 January 1920

COUNTY Interestinog Items fronm our Exchangers md'Staff Writers, FRO,. .. It is reported that a great many horses throughout the country have contracted distemper. H. O. Peile, who has been appointed census enumerator for Froid, it well along in the work. Ed. Roda spent Tuesday afternoon at Medicine Lake in the interest of his ice business. Helen Peterson gave an afternoon party to a few of her little friends last Saturday afterpoon. J. W. Anderson of the First State Bank was at Plentywood Tuesday on business matters. Thomas Carter has been on the sick list for the past week but is reported. some better at this writing. Miss Sophia Anderson of Culbertson has been spending the week at the home of Mrs. Joe Arnsdorf. County Superintendent Nina Mc Farland held state eighth grade exam ination here yesterday and today. It is reported that Mrs. R. E. Pur yes, who is spending the winter with a daughter at Bushnell, Ill., will soon return to her home in Froid. Carl Knappen, of the Tribune, l...

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. — 30 January 1920

Week , nIIlllllllllllllll~l lil New york in France l Party t Sedition Bill btring enough and stop the victorious Russia ? That ques European financiers SEpler more than the j Srmies would be beat- I ,rt g the great war. can drive east and a great territories European domina 'rk.ey, the great oil t persia, Afghanistan, E ' ngland especially se signin. of peace t eBolshevik offers no t te rule, because tse p barriers against t setuPThat is why Eng df stood for such in ?e' could afford from a Now instead of the ving up Russia they ssibility of seeing their pared away. oWn people at home in 0o, England and France 'ately declare a major i bolsheviki. But this is question for the present. 1 b4 left is to stir up the tI poland was made for as was Finland, Letvia The allies will rush in s to the extent of their aeep these countries ac field. Poland attacked the ss soon as Denekine start Sretreat. rf salvation, however, hits The people of these lit eon't want any more na has already made the...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 30 January 1920

GUNTHER uETEtOSTIO As was rported a fori a the claspifieation contrat, ;.I.: Blakeslee & Lockwood of.: Ctasgow, took their troubles to C. . Corer to feeling elated over the fast that , way has been townd to eareatdthe County A UIditor amnd be1d m to protect -the tpayei ait 's such barefaced tsa d Stear-~' the cassification cont ahi; was let by the county crqumisoE 'siern.e for 2 cents per acre t Ctheb abov geintlt men witho.ut bids in spite of thhe fact that several engineers had asked difor a chance to bid, and for a price that is one-quarter cent per acrl higher than the same firm is. perforring the same work for in Valley 'county. Howeever, County Attorney Gunth er cne in a aa friend of the taxpay ers wnd also as a friend of the oucrt and moved a dismissal of the case on the ground of the lack of jurisdiction of =te Court, and the unconstitution ality of the court's acting as a county auditor. The Court heard the case of BI cakes lee & Lockwood as to the legality of their...

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. — 6 February 1920

Osso prmoe Voluui 2- um e J4 . X ýý 4 +t .5ý .r} Cou' .,rna FeFur 6,1920 uoth yýBig Jl rwýxppr C M. Subsidies E Tuaes on Over $45WOOO0 (Special to the Producers Ne*4 Aena.--In the face of Court decision reuing them to in the assessed valuation they had fixed .n the property of ( tana Power company, the Thompson Power company e Great Falls Power company, all subsidia es of the Anacon r Mining company, Governor Stewart, Secretary bof State and State Treasurer H. L. Hart, com uin g the majority state board of equalization, Friday afte u z`; Jan. 23, went bat? again for the corporation and s 'R ieed in holding the increase in assessment from $49,00 as demanded Morney General Ford, to $3,500,000, thus' aing to the com taxes on the difference between $34,500,00t0--the figure at they are now to be assessed-and $8ý 00 which the at general contended was the actual val the proper- d y last fall, Attorney General+ aid State Auditor Porter, corn a minority of the state board i ton, protested, 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. — 6 February 1920

AGE-NT ANDERSO Many Resolutions By Farm i Bureau~ Meetings, and Many' Letters and Pettlions Sent in His Behalf--Coun ty Commnissioners Discharge An derson Because of Personal Dislike. Following we reproduce minutes of several meetings of Sheridan Coun ty, Farm Bureau held throughout the 'County in the past two." or three weeks. The farmers are demanding that the Farm Bureau use their. utmost in fluence to bring about the retainment of County Agent Anderson as county agent of Sheridan county. There is no reason why that An derson should not be retained as he is a very efficient man and the only difficulty is. that Jud Matkini - and some of the old loot gang don't like him. MINUTES OF MEETINGS Minutes of Westby ,Community meeting, Jan. 1, attendance t25. Chairman P. G. Anderson. County Agent Anderson explained the program of work adopted and re ported the committeemen elected. He further. explained the Farm Bureau and the methods employed to get re sults. The Farm Bureau and politics ...

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. — 6 February 1920

gTDrrH REPLACFS DEPARTMENT OF A ICt1uuIjjRE g WASHINGTON LETTER N United States cc gNote erce Given Far- t of et Seat-Labor-Farmer r4 st Speech Gag Shakes si o gress-League Rep- fi neew Congress- u tor educe Power of I) rt ion-Trials of Ar- o: May Be Long Delayed a ed rust Would Discredit P Trust i, C.XAppointaient of i nth of Des Moines, Iowa, a tf agriculture is under- h an attempt to remove ti stirred up by Hous hostilitybecomes secretary of a pastoh The Democrats may C Uwilrr Iowa by reason of a Sto carf that state in the t the differences between the s ar ft e s wr: probably find f L. a man of greater ability t lith them. He is as no- r tipa up with special privi- a 40on 1, being a directors t oUStates Chamber of c the organization which c S'eading the public fight for i lg trust and other trusts, I vector of the Chicago Federal i bank. The latter position ( bat he is 5atisfactory to the ýg interests of lowa and Ii ith has long been a Demo Lachine politician, with the patronage...

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. — 6 February 1920

rage .tour. -- . . j. THE EPRODUCERS R.NEWS, PAPER OF TH PROPLEP BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE Contti ixg the OUTLOOK PROMOTER PEOPLES PUBLISHING COMPANY, PUBLISHER Entered as Second Ola Matter, October 18, 1912, at the Post office at Plentywood, itna, 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. ota en. Quack, fraudulent and kresponsible 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, FEBRUARY 6, 1920 $2.00 a. Year Time iis Extended. TIME WILL END POSITIVELY, FEB. 15, 1920 Owing to the cold and inclement weather, causing great difficulty in traveling and attending .to business, the Prodttcers News has ...

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. — 6 February 1920

0CAL NEW'S I A Mrs. Fred Forman, th grar, 4th. f Dagmar has e ethe past week. P14 h enmiare was a 4 eor the middle of the se S ular agent at thishs city the last of bu tt ~ thi ~ f s e was trans o oherthe mnidcie of fo: so: f T homestead was W illerof Wednesday of `ý isitor $and L. S. Smith ii on in a few days P r jack Becker are the Mrsfa baby boy, born lis *920 * at f the Raymond Mer a visitor in this city wl r rthis week. hi one of the prominent w ds, ood was in this city of the week. rs Tom Kelly left Tues- la g for Minot, where they of ýt for some time. Martel, sister of Frank a Not Springs, where she T edical treatment. vI D been suffer light attack of the "flu" F Sriting is recovering. lereson of Westby has been f( the meeting of the Farm tre the first of the week. jistenSfl of Dagmar, one of ii Bureau Directors, transact- n tin this city Wednesday. o' ,cold of Comertown was in wednesday in connection ii wBureau ork, in this coun- v g !of HaSre, State Humane rved in this city...

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. — 6 February 1920

Exchanes aand Staff Wwattgr FLAX VILLE Prof. Gray left this morning for hish home at Reo, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cray are the hi proud parents of a baby boy, born Sunday, January 24.h 0. R. Oslakson returned Friday ev- C ening from Plentywood, where he had been on business. Mrs. Ed. Molden graciously enter- t, tained a few friends on Monday even-f ing of last weeks Mrs. Lucile Vanderburg returned. ti to her home Saturday after. visiting with her mother, Mrs. Galloway,,who o: has 'been ill for some time. Henry -Boyer,, Flaxville's butcher a: boy, who also keeps a team to do p driving, made a drive south of town s, for the deputy sheriff yesterday. h Miss Catherine Robertson, who had 'w been visiting with her friend, Mrs..I Carroll Spurrier, went Saturday to her home west of Whitetail. Roy Dunn of this city and J. L. f Wiley of Whitetail left this morning ~ for Iowa with a bunch of horses and p mules which .they expect to dispose' of in that state. If Mrs. W. Smith entertained a num ...

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. — 6 February 1920

Iligillill r Week 1111111111111111111111 Ogg 1ti Wgs B~i armts b rz News Yom Gov- a g Help Comaits? b 1is Court v refusal V0 surdebder the , lyl~aa g rt bmeu pu mat during the war b shhim neces pry. tjs lkeo. see a'vii- xi " hed At in the last b e rememnber that this t q f the man wko sits a roa and that royal f8.at. discount every see at eace how j the, alli s to fol- 41 ular draia. Hol- ] the muitter per t oyaty 'tas reached t Eutgland that. B id. sa publicity mn, . eway, to see ti less: gtseay the prop* Y f iepublic me t+ meri n with 2 1 s love mo itted for this . c Aierican's stunts has y .Sthe prince of W1des, , 1 recall his retast trip S ~adandUthi coultry E eading for s lty of Gramd Forks, R D., mto romote the Pale of 4 4 the big e mill I mithereust kave smiled I enprominesit blussiness 4 to boost the vile. Men shave takeo an ntag to the orgniazek farm *rthe 'bonds amn uvsed the pants which tthe farmers sadone, ' "ann haultf here and 'fie ilt cleaned. p gt paid far Jill 'eloc...

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. — 6 February 1920

toenwy AlfredVlw o the Ratetugdlalo p- D.` to' grant the withdraw" ir~zie by~ the OPpositiof m a A! "on'T the ,grounds' that the I :not _appa to be Fgenuine, but had t been atred. lzVolluji tried 40 B talk but was cut Mhort, and the papera s Th "woleprocedure required ilass cam They ~ " Malycut-.elqgation 1was W, heaed y: r.Arnldtheso of"Ho:A: A." Arnold. The Valley county _prdtestorsi we 1r3 hot uxnder the collar-as a result of Elie j0 and have _retained attoruq s and yii fith the-matter. to then :L It here is a' lot of.oppo nthtot~ cdiv ision. -at ~Nyo4and .Fl" il eTý and Redstone, and it is ripred tat Wh~taihis 'almiot ` el'dly' .ans the prpsitlon, .s o it .~aathat county division is going tohv ome roughIe ýs a,.a l snt'nhroyamong the far~iers within the con-. fines of the pi~e new county. .Rowever, Wby br ildb Sebey,. bsiness ,men, and i4 the elec 'tidi~ it ~n'tcost the 'taxpay D . 'JNE loJ OWd-Jones, wiio rece ty- camepG bierey.9 ' Williston. to, taike chargem ,of' ,I. ..ele'. ...

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. — 13 February 1920

mbPlan s . L~ ; *; ........~ . .. 1....i .. .... ... .... ... I. ~ e b , D e Wd .I. n. F oeb. 1% R o b 20.R of Mnou raiw a d Paper, of the People, for the Peop1le,4 by the People Outlok Promoter ",i 17.Plentywood, Nub1Sheridan County, Montana, February 13, 1920 I 2Nume 4 ousands lan t ittend ongress tCo.Operators at Great Falls on February 23,24-25-26 and Hear Top-Notch Speakers DAYS CONGRESS TO BE FOLL BY ONE DAYS iNTERTAINMENT IN WHICH AWILL MATCH prTENGTH WITH LABOR MEN. $ OF THE FORE MOST SPEAKERS IN THE COUNT WILL TAKE PART IN PROGRAM. ._ lytwo weeks ahead, Let's go! The plans for the great 5th Co-operators Congress are rapidly roynding into shape, X3-24-25-26 being red letter days for .i farmers and labor tana. The speakers will include menf nation wide reputa in labor, farming, economic and coopetive lines. eal p:roblems will be discussed. The . gathering is for people, not theorists. Vital thinp i be deal with, the which are attracting the world wi e ttention of the real tof...

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. — 13 February 1920

MONTAN WEEKLY ( Feb. 2.--Two irrigation districts, one of 15,000 .acres near Dillon .and one 6,500 acres near Three Forks, be ing formed. Great Falls has 5,625,pupils enrolled in public schools. Billings planning new city hall. Missoula-5%Z million acres pri vately owned and state owned .lands may be Ladded to tnational forests in district one. De Borgia-Rock Island property to be improved. Helena-54 oil and gas leases re corded in Novemher and December, most of which are in Mussellshell and Fergus counties. Few persons outside the confec tionery industry realize whatit means for 100.00,000 prosperous people to quit using alcohol and go to ,using candy. Lewiston-Silver and lead found in Cone Butte distErit.I Billings-Approximately $2,000,000 c in bonuses will be distributed .among farmers who last year .supplied beets to the Great Western Sugar company. c About $50,000 will .go to farmers in Billings district. Great Falls-Cascade county votes $250,000 for aid of .drought-stricken fa...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
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