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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 13 February 1920

gMERS' LEFRS rNEED OF NEW DEAL ~~I FARMERS O.R WASHINGTON .LETTER o.m All Sections Indicate Necessity of Leaving Farm or pg Production-Progressives Psh Soldiers Bonus d A5isks Scretary of Agriculture to Explain Expenses dern's Red Investigation Moved to Packer Territory. as Mentioned as Labor Candidate. - - n.D c.-uver 4u,uuu 14 at in by farmers to a ques- t] " at out by the administra- c in December indicate wide- o eTin on the farm. Replies Ih esting in at the rate of 1,000 r evsection of the country t ever inability to meet con- I rep to make a good living c thatmsin between market re- c the co st of farm supplies, t lired labor. Some report ng to quit farming; more as t Sdecrease production to keep t mang brokeiticians affect "sur that our farmers are not living and honey, considering how - jve distributed free seeds, re the daylight saving law and I itshed other similarly great for the farmers in the last years. the conditions reported een apparent to any one who production con...

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. — 13 February 1920

HE tODUCERS NEWS PAPER OF THE Ti` PEOPLE, FOR ThE PEOPLE SCont l ithe' OUTLOOK PROMOTER PEOPLES PUBLISHING COMPANY, PUBLISHER Entered as Secona&4 lttter, October 18,- 1912, at the Post office at Plentywood,'Mtana,- Under the Act of March 3, 1879. CHARLES E. TAYLOR, Editor and Manager. Advertising rates on ..Communication should appli ca tio n. Sub- be addressed to The scription 1 year in Producers News, Box advance, $2.00 six 4587, Plentywood, Mon m!onths $1.25. tana. Quack, fraudulent ai~d 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 liabi.' of any firm which patronizes our advertising columns. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY, 13; 1920 STRAYED LEADERS If the railroad lobby had written the memorial sent to con gress by the heads of six farmer and nominally farmer organiza tions during the last week of January, it would not have changed many words or punctuation marks. ...

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. — 13 February 1920

CAL - rCo elI spent Heýe ýd - . uu .. 1'-.mu. r Corel! spent "ek at Williston. e were in from l.farm Monday of this 1 .ne* George Cud dak Tuesday on legal urut went to Out in regard to Red w.fe of Raymond I w`ito- in this city the vles family and Mrs. erin from an at ,fl. * * ic..m.of Lambert ar- J .ias a g.f uest of Miss of as city. Sthe Mledicine Lake ras an over Sunday city. left the fore part of Glasgow where he will . 1 business. internal revenue col attending to business the past week. of the law firm of On . confined to his home of the "flu. ckson, the popular J. I. wade a business trip to re part of the week. S. Jones arrived here illiston to vsiit with rho is practicing here. of Butte, a former this city, has been here k transacting business. of Homestead attended of the County Commis Tuesday andt Wednesday. av Reading Club held ,j eeting Tuesday after home of Mrs. Dr. Camp * * * L. Nelson returned from Tuesday and other points, been attending to busi of Scobey spent the th...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 13 February 1920

COUNTY ROWa Interematg Items from Our Exchanges and Staff Writers MEDICINE LAKE John Norbo is busy unloading a car load of hay. J. C. Wigmore wrs a bisiness call er m Plentywoo,[ .ne day this week. Miss Marie Tax will spend a few weeks gat the home of her aunt, .ws. Jack Mead. August Jensen rectu:ned to his old position in the Pioneer Garage this week. •). B. McCabe of Froid was a busi ness caller in this city Thursday. William M. Mortensen of Dagmar was in town on nusiness one day last week. Mrs. Everson of Reserve was vis iting her sister, Mrs. Albert Fossum, Saturday. Edw. Stubban returned Monday from his business 'rip to the Twin Cities, looking pert and apparently full of business. Miss Isaoel Leitring, whe has been spending the past month in Great. Falls returned home Monday. Mr. Grams, a proprietor of a meat market at Froid, was having some 4ent.d work done here Monday. Mrs. O. B. ITfov.land and son Gordon of Antelope had some dental work done here by Dr. McDaniels ': uesday....

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 13 February 1920

Week 1 11H ýEIDT GROWS DGE HERE GES REGARD FOR . TLMERS COUes drop when the .'ntee is removed on grea pr',phecy on this edangerous, it might e to note some f place With the end of powe r of the grain ite .wheat prices down -eer Barnes has not p irebearish statements butsome of the big corporation have tended ha_ e become so arti the result of supply and ; certain limits, that the the grain combine now ong factor against price It it not reasonable to t the insiders would like mtarket now to get the ing in their wheat at before June 1? After can send the prices up pment hindrance. the most important factor next year's market is di f the price is going to be by a bumper crop in rs coud not afford to speculators will grasp are going before the and the rise after June 1 place. wheat acreage has been acres, not to mention Spring wheat acreage cansiderable cut. We will shortage as compared with Europe takes anywhere amounts our prices will igher than those ruling at oTwever, who can tell w...

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. — 13 February 1920

Maiy 'Readautions Farm Bureau t Meetminga, and Many Letters and Petitions ent in His Bebaf--Cun ty Commissioners Discharge An derson Because of Persmal Dislike, o AIlewing we reproduce minutes of n rea sheld throughot the a co y 3n the past four or five wees. e t aromexs are demanding that tefirm Bueau use their ~tmost ,i- e flu bring about the retainment of .iy Agent Anderson as county ag t .heridan county. ris :no reason why that An-IC de.son should not be retained 'as be p is a very efficient man and the only difficulty is that .mud Matkins and : some of the old loot gang don't like him. F )INUTES OF( MEETINGS A Minutes of Archer Farm Burean ti Community Meeting, January 7, t Chairman H. H. Hardersen called the meeting to order. Alttendance 22. w H. P. Madsen, president of the B County Farm Bureau, was called on sE to m ea report on, his trip to and tc from the Farm Bureau Conference at A Bozeman, and a report on the Confer C ence. 'He mentioned t~- splendid C stacks of hay in th...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 20 February 1920

j' Frget teN e toe o ~ .it,.tZ p. ii. in J ifretheNM=-recincts* 40 te TH PRODC NEW, PPaper, of the P e for the .People, bythe People . 7,, °.'"° k p7. .. . . . Plentywood, Sheridan..u.Out, Montana, February 20, 1920 .;olmuN,...4 ý' v Nubr i Farmers h titute at Medicine Lake Feb. 24-25 ounty Agent Anderson Arranges For This Grand Agricultural Occasion on Above Date . .. . . . -.. . , . . .... .. .. . ... ... .. .. . ... ... .. ...... . . . .. . . .. Ited Speakers Will Participate in the Economic Short Course Program County Agent E. W. Anderson met { the Medicine Lake Bureau Community Committee ~de Directors of the cLneLake Commercial Club last Monday and arranged to the Sheridan County Agricultural, and Home Economics In te and Short bourse at Medieine Lakmon February 24th and The program as arranged, a complete copy of which is in this issue of the Producers New_ brings to. Medicine le some of the most noted agricultura; 4. d home economic orkers in the state who will combine wit. 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. — 20 February 1920

"-Standard" Fanning Mill 'The mill that grades, cleans and separates the grain in one operation. 'The most evenly balanced and easily adjusted fanning mill on the market, 24Sizes $38.00 Sizes 32, 40 and 48 on application. We -can take every wild oat out of wheat the first time through and from the size of the weeds that grow around here we think it is high time you were cleaning your seed with a new Standard mill See it demonstrated at Bolster & Sons, Inc. ARCHER The Englisk and Agriculture clas met for the third time last Friday ev ening, and adopted the rules and by laws for their club, known as the Archer Educational Social Club. I was agreed that the purpose of thi club shall be to promote such educa tional and social enterprises as should be deemed serviceable to its member; and the community. The member, up to date are Messrs. Drier, Kjer umgaard, A. Almberg, Henrey Styve Ed. Moe, Peder Moe, Emil Moe, Nef. Moe and Wm. Moe, actng as teacher In English phonetics, the sentenc...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 20 February 1920

TERMS OF COURT 1920 IgCT COURT, TWENT E`h JUICi AL DIST. STATE OF MONTANA SHERIDAN COUNTY Terms of Court usday, January 15th Saturday, May 15th %cdnesday, Sept. 15th Monday, November 15th Naturalization Days y, March 9th Tuesday, July 13th Tuesday, November 9th Clerk, Albert R. Chapman Co. Atty., J. J. Gunther Sheriff, Jack Bennett-P Plentywood, Montana ROOSEVELT COUNTY' Terms of Court 1ondaY, February 16th Tuesday, June 15th Friday, October 15th Friday, Dec. 10th Naturalization Days Wednesday, March IOth Wednesday, July 14th, Wednesday, November 10th Sheriff, P. J. Nacey Clerk, Thomas R. Forbes Co. Atty., Ernest L. Walton Mondak, Montana F. B. Layhe, Court Reporter C. E. Comer, Judge Plentywood, Montana Plentywood, Montana ,m ma s• mam a a rm a . mam a e s m m 4 NT BUREAU INOTES iutes of Farm Bureau Commu Meeting, Outlook, Steivers Hall, her 24, attendance 42. Chair Andrew Ueland. Bureau Program of work and unity committeemen were dis by County Agent Anderson. i proceedings of the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 20 February 1920

months $1.25. .s tK 0 Ptna. PEOPES PVLIS G WA , Entered a Second' lae .Mier,, the dvse ofice at Plentywood, Montena Uode r the Act of sirch , 187 CHARLES E.. TA OR fEdio op a n ge Adve4tising rates ott paro e fuliatish Id .o appli ca ti n. SAb- t Eesed to the scription 1 year .in. ;hers Nows, Box advance, $2.00 six g57, Pentywood, .ept months $1.25. tna. Quack, fraudulent and kresponsible firnns are not *knowingly advertised, and we Wpill take it as & ta*r I :atny 'reader will advise us promptly should they have occasiýon to doubt or question the re liability of any firm which patronizes our advertising columns. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1920 COURT JUSTIFIED IN SAVING PRIMARY (Written for Producers News by Atty. Arthur, G. Waite of Big Sandy, Montana). The recent decision of the Supreme Couit of thiLnstate, sus taining the right of the people to approve or re;ect at the polls lhe action of the Legislature, in attaching the 1"Emergency Clause" to the Closed Primary Law, is a PRACTICAL...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 20 February 1920

SCAL I~. etto Outlook " on f Whitetail was inof ier pr of the week. Chiropractor at Cros- 'y tell you why Y5t are. t 45-tf . Taylor made a o Scobey Friday of * * tea of Antelope was trans- er in this city the end Jo * * , visited Bernice Bry- se le last Saturday, return- M of Daleview attended matters in this city the of the MecNulty pre- f business visitor to the Turs4ay. . K. O'Grady made di oip to Raymond the lat- ii stweek. F id Mike Kennedy of near llers in Plentywood 0f this week. jhem of the Sheridan F Bank was a business 1inville Saturday. Good returned Thurs oinot, where she was called en illness of her aunt. * * es called at the "News" ad his ;Uocrilption re the great Farmner ;iJournal. (Gullickson attended the c at Madoc last Friday, t to this city the next morn- ) * * * SIlelland spent Friday in ing relatives, and played given there that even * * Siler of Flax: rile was down Tuesday and again re subscription to the Farm lard called at Producers I -week. Mr. Agard informs...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 20 February 1920

Isateresting Ia s froan Our Exchangsm ad SItt Wrftrs FROID C. C. Sullivan spent a few hours yesterday at Homestead. Arthur Ryder is helping out at the Farmers Store during the illness of Mr. J. W. Wulf. The farmers and a pick-up team of town bowlers went to bat aain Tuesday night at the local alley. The town team took the game by 141 points. Arthur Olson and Arthur Coats re turned the first of the week ftom Far go, where they have been attending the Agricultural College for the, past month or so. Dr. Darland has purchased the soft drink fountain formerly used by Chas. Kingsbury and is having it in stalled in the new drug store which will be opened to the public March 1st. Mrs. Ed. Cheney, who was operated on for appendicitis at Williston the middle of January, has not been re covering as fast as expected and it is likely to be a week or two yet before she is able to leave the hospital and return home. The supper served last Saturday evening at the Electric Hall by the ladies of the ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 20 February 1920

cachers Pro j1eetng Was Success . bune: The Parent-Teachers Sprogeranm held at the illast Friday night was in F g big success and a great iest was manifested by itendance. The night was Scold and somewhat ~ch was responsible for the Sf the country people many Uhad planned to attend, but o1 h stated the weather, would s Hlowever, there was a t iance from town, and the di through proved to be most of and entertaining to say the ti SentTeachl'rs Association of o: Pare anized last month, hav Sor et tile closer relations 'the parelnts and the teachers t the wor.ping out of prob- t nded for the best interests pis, and the school in gen pe neetin, o last week shows tat the mvement is meeting best kind of success in more Sone, and vet the organiza- 5 eommunity affair is but in Sfanc The question box J te busne· program at the Sting proe<' very interesting a questions were submitted ss-shment committee were in Miund acking as all who at the meeting were well taken I inthat respect. s no m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 20 February 1920

Luther Dod Julias& Piu4, So. 2. M'ePI o place, Erickaonl s; cli man, A. 0.4I0 ;e, Fadness '?recii 4, .4 3. eting place, Comnmity a4J; -te r ar chairman, Charles Z1ei an. Coal Creek, p int No 4. Meet ing place,, school iouetuempoar chairman, G. P. ~ ,. Tande Precinct, oa. :' Mneting place, town hail; hair man, .James d.re·; . West' Fork Precti.t, N ., ing place, schoor l hs. ; te' m cohairman, Luther n Si.e., Presneu Precinct No. No. S. tinj temporary chairma, .ai Ha.ni Gilchrist Precinct,, "`N.8. Meetii place, Gilchrist sc use ter pora chairman, W , Reik. Sdoy Precinct,No. S, Meeting place, Theatre; temporary ciha man, Fred Stange. : Parkhurst Precinct, No. 13. eet ing place, Park.rat iSchood'. Huose temporary chairman, Yrank ronter nach. TMadoc Precinct,; No. 14. Meeting place, towni hall; 'temporary chairna, . D. Templeman. South -Madoc - Preeinct, No. 15. Meeting place,- Robinson's school house; temporary chairman, Charles Tong. Flaxville Precinct, No. 16.- Meeting place, tow...

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. — 27 February 1920

ItF WO 6M ·· · 10: . Cpet of 1e-o ie` by ` ' C OU , ty, M ntana ý G 3 R ------ --- -- - a2.q aeJail Doors Close in Front x~t tb& ocially Elect they Need h.Roon o~iokr ·Z 5"i-·4. btonous Fmnd Pr: e of_ Stewlt, et 4,Freed Washington, Feb. a Wilson yesterday, on mndation of Att onrl adPalmer, issued a pardon R. Sideboth of Creat Falls, Moat..con of using the Uni .ails to defraud: The pal was issued through mentality of Senator. William of Idaho, a close friend-of Sidc i and his , former Governor S tham. .. ,____ _,..t 3. us attempts were mad 's friends to have: on of the attorney pardon endorsed by U senators from ` and Myers--but th4~ [ 'of the unsavory nature of it is said here, declined o anything to do with it; appeal was made through thefirl e from Idaho. tham's co-defendant,- J. C. ilmot, is now confined .as._ r-in the United States. tp at Leavenworth, Kan., f on same crime for which Sideboth , was yesterday pardoned... Bbth Bi t and Sidebotham were °con-, ina trial before Un...

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. — 27 February 1920

"aA new note we've struck it" . li " o "sharps," no "flats" but my! . how Chesterfields "Saf I w A delightful selection of fine Turk. K ish and Domestic tobaccos, harmo. niously blended in an entirely new and exclusive way. The blend is based on our private formula-the outcome of many years a of experiment. And the final result has justified the time and money Ssen. For certainly, Chesterfields D satisfy. ci But don't take our word for it. h Smoke -a Chesterfield today and find t out for yoursel£ The special, moisture-proof package keeps Chesterfields firm and fresh, V fte a it ti P4 h4 ti J4 6 si ti V BR1SH TROOPS MUR DER PEACEFUL WORKERS Cotton Laborers of Bombay, India, Shot Down Like Dogs For Not Wanting to Work 18 Hours a Day for $4.40 Per MVonth. TORMENTED WORKERS WELCOME DEATH (By the Federated Press) Bombay, India-British troops in India called into service to break the strike of 200,000 Indian cotton work ers in Bombay, have fired upon peace ful gatherings of workers, causi...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 27 February 1920

ROUNDUP ig Items from Our and Staff Writers WHITETAIL SIif returned Saturday from Iowa, where he has jbeen the winter. pace made a trip to Crosby 0f the week, returning Satur d of Whitetail dancers at te dance at Stanley Dunn's .atnrday evemnng. Sews of Montana restrict the g of poisons to registered sts. Buy your Formalde Gopher Poison from Elmer Sdruggist, Whitetail, Mont. 1dLa Combe reports the of spring. His boys killed -which had come out and was around the sunny side of a lnber. Haugland and his sister Eth ed home Monday from Min where they have been mak extended visit. Scharnotte returned home Cada Tuesday, where she has pending the winter with her Patton of Redstone held ser at Whitetail Tuesday evening Methodist church and reports expects to be able to be back a -month at which time he oservices every night for at weeand probably two weeks will be assisted in his work by h of Minneapolis. men are being added to the crew of the Soo line in order the track open during the fol...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 27 February 1920

PAVER 9F OE , S3 SQPLE, MR THE1PEO0LE SPEOPLtS P, Entered as he .offie .at ' .ar 8. . it i A , -UM Advertising on i , onimeication sho " appli ca t.o. Sub - adressedt :; scription 1 year In eers New :. advance, $2.0 - i1 57;Plentywobd, b =i months $1 "' tan. advert '' p-- : pye E rubt nor question- .re.".:.. Th htte l . : .l '~i r" "eb ruary 1t. . An.i 4offlicial acts of B: - Wheeler' w fhile e expse ht h evidently beena. uco ':to fi it the enda i o uti-ce pa ~'iaicipdied i t te. im b poitical l ,twho chinations ala r'- iire c id~c itena . . It ' to tise .I:Eii " company tfom fa... bu victed ton thefoe0ral the state officls who, o in thea s aI..i. moved heaven ,apd e o, to .setia aon .an.d .thaus from theis the 4i w.hi e. . .k i e . .. uncontradiete eence.;.K . : It was i .,, case' t ~. Aoth. a .ined, ..f.. ta i it... That th.fra trated . the Tehwest rus c0om panydid not propo. ins was due olely to the fad that B..' i United ~tesi trict attorney, mintitu. -' IIg s 'tfWta ;' a udg Se...

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. — 27 February 1920

O CA L- EW from lN ai was a last wee was up rch t Tuesday. *jesen was a tienty- t fo. Antelope Saturday. Chiropractor ati tros 1 tell you why yo -arc Hlerof Flaxville called I News office last .at- t of Westby, was *j Sof Raymond .. oijess in Pientywoea ' of Mondak h~ -been o in Plentfy#obd the, Mondak. =;p..'" -'p"uet th M?1eft Tuesda.".1% to take in the Short is being held in that 'Tou.r. and, while. home in Canada if visited in Plentywood the Nels Moe and J. C. &f Archer; were Tuesday in re and Mr. Leets wei' at Plentywood in from their h. Weiliver. gti operation untily - course of Chirop . . :. Pennock, Chl . ,N. D. and Jens Ibsena riners from the Come. were in Plentywood Don: Wednesday. Sof the Plentywood Ma has been sick the past flu. Mr. Smith is bet writing and able to be rs was visiting friends sfew days the first of ,Cal" says he would have t0 Mondak sooner, but he t. in. * $ $ * living eight miles north rtown, was a business ntywrood Wednesday of' While in town he mad...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 27 February 1920

P Ii ' iu Now" northeast of Antelope and about 8/' miles southeut of Dooley, on t , i HORSES About OOO MACHINERY One grey horse, coming 7 years - - weight 1I00 Bushels One 2014-inch Doublehn Diseerean gBrunt PDrill, used one season I One gray horse, coming 9 years, - - weight 1550 One John Deere Boss Harrow, used one season The undersigned having sold hs farm, will dispose off One John Deere Harrow Cart, used one season -One rey Horse. coming 10 years weight 1550 One P. & O. Disc Harrow, in good condition *One Deering Mower, good as new One Bay Horse, coming 8 - - - weight 300 Swedish Select one Mecormick Hay Rake, good as new j~riOne Deering Binder in Good Condition One Bay Horse, coming 8 ... weight 1300 O ats One Deering Binder, used four seasons One Bay Horse, coming 4 weigheast 13of One full size Mandt wagon with triple box & spring seatDooley, on OMOstly .Jst YOrS One Medium Size Mandt Wagon, good as new 11 One Bay Mare, coming 4 weight 1200 One John Deer Wagon Box, go...

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