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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 27 February 1920

was a p csiimfl. Gall g. Monday- b \was s visitor i ithe rity. e was ell te -toi at Mond Ck Truesda. . Fred Ring :spent, Bma - wth friends at oid. r .,ijvee family have all V an attack of Lthe 11Bu. 'uist returned athe latter week from Great ;Falls, ' t several days on busi- A d rs Clifford IT. Iilbbby, } f town, are thekhappy.-ar ittle daughter, born on Sun-I rs W . C. Potter re-. da from Spokane, Seat Jler western points, where e ben spending the past: hnson arrived in the city from Helena and is spend-. rtime visiting with his 1'ville friends. I drs John Peebles left the I Sof la; week .for iaith- i S,' .\nere they have 1 a piece of land and will: t future home. X, Olson came up from Wiii fore part of the week and g acquairta.nces here for Oie. He was accompanied as keside by his wife and little stopped of there for a ] t with friends. DOOLEY .ohnson of Yates, this state, week at the H-. N. Stensetn r. Johnson is c brother of O. of this village. yLarucuson spent Sunday at Brock!e...

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. — 27 February 1920

Martian arewr as afel er)ved lo Norway n~'h i extdid iisit. John "ilaad is 'helping Nal ter -Mar s , miade s.: m' St. Valentine's day swell e served here. Maiy be atifdi.' anM, otherwise valentines were The McElroy Adhl xwf1 co~oI-na its spribg term Maih 'lst providing it .n et a teacher. Qaccount offaFrm ealt a nd i. need of a tong rest no-'Berk resigned his psitionas.t.. sev-a ar Rog .itis y..+ in sltae, Ur the Swift a c otherson, ora years ; leha d basckto his homestead toi ý(bach r~and Kjelokus,qncle of Peter Sol greturned the 21st:atter an lex visit Minneapolis and sev e lnts hin N wrs Dteh o. Pea-lie Stiageberg. ad Miss , tea wers senit ar an fomratls.m 0n. aiBeirke a t was Satirday. e as longrn lost a very valu his'brother Sethb or a year, lef fo; Tacoma, 'Waih, to rejoin This f surprise. party: a e f men " T W edeesdn M rs. Neach iih s bit t day. ihoes , Mhra. .il-er -ad Mfroe. ani th .dtheir moth ly she was much amased covetion , of dher . eighbor. viait at . the same time....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 5 March 1920

O.itlook Promoter V e7 Number 17. Plentywood, Sheridan City, Montana Friday, March 5, 1920 Volume 2-Number 47 4 * e . 4 4 + oin Fores Wit the Cmbat Crpratin Infuencin Montana Primary Lw Must Stad Intact p to Another Kopper Kolore Attorney to Figure Out a Better Sg eto Change the Laws on Our te Books-Next Telegran}S were received just before' ping to press that the primaries are saved again. The opposition played thei' last trump card in a last des perate effort to rob the people of the open primary. ,A suit was brought before the Su preme Court, in Helena, in an endeav or. to show that there was not a suf ficient number of signatures on odir Referendum Petitions. THERE WAS ENOUGH. We secured two more counties than the law required. But the Copper crowd was attempting to invalidate enough signatures from three counties to defeat the Referndumr and' bring 4mazg in April instead of Adpg The Old Gang is desperate, and they mean business. We must keep up the fight. This will no doubt be ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 5 March 1920

Fordson Tractors Arrive 'We aUe just received a car load of these famous tractors. On ac count of the big demand for this tractor, it will be necessary for us to :subnmit orders with the Factory before we can get delivery, therefore We Want Any Prospective Buyers to Come and See Us at Once, so There Will Be No Delay in Delivery. The price for the tractor and two bottom plow layed down here is $975.00. We also have a car of Fordson Tractor Implements on the way amcillw be glad to show these to you. If you are in the market for a small tractor, give us a call, the F ordson needs no introduction now as we have handled 62 of these omt6tS and they, without a single exception, given the very best of sat Son tana Motor Co. SUCllSFMILJ N SWTJIEIIFElDAT PEAKEIR UJNANIMOUS IN DI)E CLARIMGIT THE REST THEY HAVE HELD THIS WINTER. Medicine Lake Wave: The .Shel dam Conlty Farmers lastitute and Sibat Conrse in session here Tuesday and Wednesday, the 24th .and 25th,, was without daabt the beat lsti ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 5 March 1920

ROUNDUP Items from Our and Staff Writers SCOBEY .obertson was a visitor in urgett was in from the Shipstead was in town the S the week. o thkins went to Medicine a for a brief visit with j.nager Stewkart has been town for a few days this e.ted with his office. a liton, old timer of the country, was in Scobey the of last week, trading with okwood of Glasgow and was a business caller in the fore part of the week. d. T. Cookingham of the church will preach his fare x at the regular services y morning. officer Day of the Cana was in Scobey this week in connection with his of Jacobson, prominent farm peerless country, was a visitor in this city on Wed of this week. ,Bobby" Burns returned the rof tile week from Wiscon he spent the past several Washburn of the Sentinel called to Williston this 8.sist the Herald of that city out a 24-page special edi Comm;ssioner J. C. Tim t to Plentywood Tuesday to , meeting of the board of emmissioners set for . that Grosseth of the West Fork was in town ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 5 March 1920

THE RODUCERS NEWS . PAPER OF THE PEOPLiE, 'Y .THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE Continuing the OUTLOOK PROMOTER PEOPLES PUBLISHING COMPANY, PUBLISHER Efitered as Second Class Ma~ter, October 18, 1912, at the Post office at Plentywood, -Montana, Unde r the Act of March 3, 1879. CHARLES E. TAYLOR, Editor and Manager. Advertising rates on Communicacion 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 i responsible 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, MARCH 5, 1920 CIRCULATING LITERATURE The"version of hatepiropaganda below is a type of the litera ture sent to Montana papers. in order to discredit B. K. Wheeler and Attorney General Ford. In this paper is found a letter from Attorney ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 5 March 1920

CAL NE left for Williston th a fw days. .Vihitctail transact S.it v ednesday. bt 9 of Madoc was a 1e.t last Tues- n ti S. ractor at Cros i opou whY you are ell yo .45-tE. sc * to ',j a business trip uesday, retur-ng $ Ip ,arold Feetham P to Madoc the A t Cl .Of Outlook was a TuesdaY and Wed k. I the Merchants Na ebeY made a busi itY Tuesday- c r of the State was transacting i Wednesday. E of the Citizens State attended to business middle of the week. last Monday at the portheast of Plenty a King will teach. returned the last of Great Falls, where he c arnners Co-Operative 1 Henessy spent Tues- 1 lay of this week in 1 nest of Fr. Dillon of I 1 Walter Mehls and Earl Randall of Flax , eat visitor on Tues ,ent to Scobey Tues to business matters the Mountain States Bert Mason. George Banker IL~ndvold of miess visitors in Plen Sand Arthur Johns farmers of Navajo, business in the eday. Daniels came up from Sa Wednesday to spend a otl g to the practice of be, who is away. * * , the little d...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 5 March 1920

I, the under igned, .ii sell at public auction, the following described property, 14 miles NE of Medicine Lake an 5miles SW of Dagmar, on He I" Horses and Cows, Machinery I Dark Gray Purebred French Draft Stallion, Studebaker No. 2 8-ft. McCormick Binders 24571 age 8 years - - - weight 1600 1 7-ft. McCormick Binder' I Bays Gelding, age 6 years - - I - weightI 1200 1 Van Brunt Drill, 20 disc I Dark Gray Mare, age 6 years - - - - weight 1150 ntuckyightDraft Drill, 20 disc BackGelding,age7year - - - - weightl 200 e IBlackGelding, age5years - - - - wight 00 uc onth following I Brown Gelding, age 15 years - - - - weight 1350 l p Brown Geldingrty, age i2 years - - - - weightl300 1 on Drag, 4-section Comm Gray Gelding, age 13 years - - - - weight 1500 1 McCormick Mower, 5 ft. NOON SGray Gelding, age 2 years - - - - weight'1500 I McCormickRake, i0-ft. I Gray Mare in foal, age 12 years - - weight 1250 1 David Bradley Disc, 16 discs 1Gay G aay Mare, age 5 years - - - weight l10) 1 3 in.t waon...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 5 March 1920

AR6T s ANSWERm .vernor Et Al Gets Reply U of Filing Brief in State dlitor of Butte Bulletin. February 25, 1920. 8 V. Stewart, ding. receit of your letter of 2 Srelativt to the case of 2 ren now pending on ap "reme Court. aSure of the date of the al to the Supreme - daate when defendant's o lltherein, also with the o Supreme Court which you q nnection permit me to di ttention to the fact that the middle of July fully t of Assistant Attorney ent's and fully seventy of my own time has been effort to compel the State Equalization, of which you t r, to perform the duties n it by law in assessing o Power Company and t hy corpoations of Montana Sby law. Had your Board She ad ece given by this of- t of that given by the at these corporations, the t of time and effort spent r might have been devot preparation of the brief in t ease. e of interest to you to I have from time to time itional time within which State's brief in this case, .that during the past few i attorneys for the t efend sist...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 5 March 1920

M N; O srA S s jfor r º U Not NorthDta. iu rase in taes =over 11 of ai e ceint as 18re wi 8 Sais a:ged " a o` | Wheie, av4~bfor 1919,as: are in is e th years 1 nfl9 Dakota $1,90,15 3 --.·-. . 107 0.... .. 08.. 00687, . 5 1ý aWisnoin n ta.es for 19t1.9, as n19 above, are really Wunder th b by the amount of $1,8, reason ba:that some of the S are issuing bds to paypart of the taxes o the state. Wiscon On a per caita basis the state siýC'ýs: rat + of i e is,. the re, ao., a. per ba-s .om s tat pare favorably wit*,h thoe of nearly every wester statev as theol wlag table, exeltding soldier lbonuas ta o n66it 8. no O tahoma....... 5,826,571 9.87 shortawes.o'fee os Myarch _-i nex~ *I farmer. htfeW people .eryon . whouel vaccinate their cat te, as there is already some deathsr amikong stock, the liphp toms being bjackleg oranthrax. Cattleare m a shortage of feed is certainly hard Will the editor or some one else tell' parepts with four or faie.little child re itb ·n overshoest d d snit much ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 12 March 1920

~-29 .4P aper, of the Peo/l, for the Pebpee, by th~opie _____ Piertyw~ood, heridan County, Montana, Friday, March 12, 1920 2--Number o isione al ecton ~1 Applications For Loans Mus Through Local Bankers sc Set for Th urs q,64 s ai Amount Auth oied Is $400,000o-'To a Deputy Appointed By County Conunissiona, . the county commissioners last ,day forenoon, called another sd grain election, the election to held Thursday, March 25th, which surely speeding up some, and the psition submitted proposes to bond county in the sum of $400,000 un 1the Belden Act, to be used for 4, feed, provisions, etc. petitions were filed with the coun- C commissioners praying for an elec u abdut two weeks ago and the tter was before the county com edoners last week when the pro dtion was considered, and then bled until the adjourned meeting unday afternoon. On Tuesday morn supplementary petitions- were i signed mostly by residents of city of Scobey and a few farmers siding around and near Scobey. The (iounty C...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 12 March 1920

CAMLS ityouIciarttede youe so completely compare threm 20 2 the worl at an pie. You'lte s 'n. We $t- y reommend a rvlati c ou orll prem iums! C e blend to e ;io tb a o o"e ith fimels you cig arette dme -wthouy wereiaeng me your: taste. he Unique nounleavornt ciarett aer To-i-o d. gedalie ton h Camels winl ish and chomileey Domestic tobaco aes puffrepuelawion! Yu: wilareferethe Cae blends to eithe kindy ofr tobcc e, ,f ""w Witht~cli Celdpcastewrdamelsyo prcan goul the-lmi lev no unlasn cigarettys after-ern , 4 :y:t; !., orult to ,completel cormpremithms T~~~xlson puf-o-p f withl anyccgaretend o n W e s t o n l r e c o m m e n dA C O C O , W i s o n S l e , N . C FROID t Ed. Olson was a Williston visitor the first of the week. C Mrs. Glenn Mahugh, of Nashua, 1 Montana, is here to spend a few r weeks with Mrs. D. E. Shower of whom she is a reative. Work on the organization of a Re bekah lodge has been started here and if enough members can be secured a the lodge will be instituted in t...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 12 March 1920

eWeek IliliilN!illlu lllllA1NII 1 1 bin Is Gambling lhange Free Speech orical but Unafraid thout the Law, sing Disaster ~reas Trust and a Bad Trust of the Grain Gamblers oides and Few Shoes Safely Back liar Destitution npany Profits rs of the Northwest have c er all manner of hard names 1 g that Paper deals in grain t tre delivery was gambling in ry of life and as such ought hibited. Aie now a commis- s ini the Minneapolis Cham Co1merce has made the same 1 to escape paying some money 1 tle gambler, and a Hennepinm court has given the firm a ver- I' ots favor on this ground. n satisfied," declared the judge, all the evidence in the case, 4 the uncontradicted evidence i that these parties were en in a gambling transaction." most of the business of the polis Chamber of Commerce is of these fictitious purchases sales, this court opinion gives boya legal status corresponding opinion the farmers have long ft. It is doing an unlawful and is able to do so because in important public 6fflces...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 12 March 1920

The Count yad be e d position under the ih At thefirst election, an a js Snd $ - R" tio but fat oft;e" impulse:. Boar his was a vote a ty mebs o# or fdthaa- iythlng 1pae. . ,eectlbn eanpi the -At7o o the Producers ftes t t G-:ffIgs .prr it is cl uastft his r in order .o propositio ht be <to all th -e unless the 't as the p;opositi b6ul not be tared th mt.t paper. : Upon the editor's return. } d and aoumded outt* in fact considerable influence ,was that the measure ought toh many farmers, and the inab the BUT IT WAS PROMIS T T: E ECTION WOUL3) NOT CALLF:D UNLESS THE PR .DUCERS NEWS SUPPORTED THE BOND ISSUE. The editor of the Producers News got in touch with most of the direc tors of the Peoples Publishing Company, and many of the stoekho and placed ,the propositoin before them. r~ . ° la e represented the needy condition of many of the farmers f ty, and just how-urgent the matter was. The latter part of last week,. he had an opportunity to meet and inter view a-tnumber of 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. — 12 March 1920

OCAL NEWS from Minot was in Sbusiness ' a of Midby was in town u Oil business. McKee is visiting her en Colorado. Ii * Sunderhauf is recover aphck of the flu. a a on of Westhy was vis" :a rientYeo0od on Monday. s, has gone to her home striso sit with her people. c 2o a * * 11 er is very ill at the I spsterit Mrs. Pete Stewart ot * * * Koetnig entertained as ladies Wednesday at her this city. * *e , jugh of the Raymond t , plentywood on school c Wednesdga has returned from Min has accepted a position rnlers Store; R. C. Downs returned to Plen week after visiting rela Butte and Spokane. Barnz of Whitetail was a Plen sitor on Monday and was naturaliz ation court. C, Helland and daughter etued from Williston, where sh1ada minor operation. g is enjoying a visit is 'broth , who arrived in vhe a Bismarck, N. D., last Fri "** Ruby Phalen left Wednesday 9 for Crookston, Minn., where il attend the wedding of her * * * pave that operation until you ,ken a course of Chiropractic pmts. Dr. Penno...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 12 March 1920

I, the undersigned, will sell at public auction, the following described property, 5 miles E, half north of Reserve and 9 miles SE of Antelope, on I Commencing Immediately After FREE LUNCH AT NOON 7.- HEAD OF HORSES - 7 Horses 1 20-ft. Iron Drag and Cart 1 Buggy 1 Chattam Fanning Mill I black mare, age 8 years - - - - - weight 1300 1 Galvanized Water Tank, 6 barrel I black mare. a!e 5 yeu : - . - -- weight 1 25 3 Set of Work Harness I Black Mare, 5 years old - - - - - - weight 1200 1 Bay Mare, age 12 years - - - - - weight 1300 1 Gray Horse, age 12 years - - - - - weight 1300 OUSehold 1 Brown Horse, age 5 years -----weight 1200Go d I Brown Horse, age 4 years - - weight 1050 1 Steel Range Cook Stove 1 Heating Stove 1 Sanitary Couch 1 Dining Table, 6 Good Chairs Machinery 1 Cot 1 Office Cai 1 Deering 8-ft. binder, with flax attachment1BokCsanWrtgDekomid 1 8-ft. McCormick Binder, for the extras Tools, also 40 scme grain sacks, one steel faced anvil, besides 1 1 2-in. Emerson gang I1 14...

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. — 12 March 1920

ME TAXR t RETURNS ~ Men, Farmers andW g es Must File of Income for 1919. 15 LAST FILING DATE I s of $1,000 or Over, If Sin. or $2,000 or Over if Married,. Must Be Reported. Income Tax imposed by Act ss on earnings of the year 0 now being collected. sunder oath must be made before March 15 by every citi ,d resident who had a net In for 1919 amounting to: or over, if single; or If mar ud living apart from wife (or ); or if widowed or divorced. or over, if married and living wife (or husband). status of the person on the last f he year fixes the status for year with respect to the above ments. r any of these circumstances a must be made, even though j is due. nd and wife must consider Icome of both, plus that of de t minor children, in meeting requirement; and, if sufficient to a return, all items must be in a joint return or in separate of husband and wife. single person with minor depend ' must include the income of such 'dents. Iminor who has a net income of s or more is not conside...

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. — 12 March 1920

..bat ttf IM W6,X1 Oats 2000 . Oax ISO0 ha ............. heat 000 bu. Oats 000 bu. Flax i00b. . Lke ....... ......Wheat 1040 be. Oats 2600 ba. Flax 500 bu. WedR i ..e L ..........Wheat 1000 bu. Oats 2000 bu. Flax 1000 bu. Wesby --- La.e .Wheat 2000 bu. Oats 2000 bu. Flax 1000 bu. Raym ...:.. ............Wheat 2000 bu. Oats 2000 bu. Flax 1000 bu. Oulook .......................Wheat 2000 bu. Oats 2000 bu. Flax 000 bu. Whittaloo .....................Wheat 2000 bu. Oats 2000 bu. Flax 500 bu. Acterlo ..........Wheat 1000 bu. Oats 2000 bu. Flax 1000 bu. Archer ..............Wheat 1000 bu. Oats 2000 bu. 30,000 bu. oats for feed. 100 tons hay. Bids will be received on any num ber of bushels, not less than one hund red, and of seed wheat either durum, marquis or blue-stem will be consid ered. Each bid must be accompanied by a sample of the. grain, price per bushel and must designate the town in which the bidder wishes to deliver such grain; all seed grain must be cleaned before it is deliver...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 19 March 1920

00,000 Seed Bond Issue , March 25-Every Electo Should Vote THE PRODUCERS NEW aJ Paper, of the People, for the ,"ple, by the People S Promoter Plentywood, Sheridan County, Montana, Friday, March 19, 1920 Volume 2--Number 49 acts oute SC onin ss 4. 4. 4. " 4. . 4. 4. 4. 41 4. 4 '. 4. repared From Law and Facts In Order That Voters May Be Fully Advised In The Matter 4e-pa , egarding Belden Pauper Act Reference to the Proposed Seed Grain Election, Prepared for the Information of the Electors of Sheridan County Who Will Be Called Upon to Vote on a Seed Grain Bond ing Proposition Thursday, March 25th, Proposing the Authorization of $400,000 Credit, Warrants or Bonds, the Money From Which to Be Distributed Under the Provisions of the Belden Pauper Act, Passed Last Sum mer at the Special Session of the Legislature. -ONE Chel ilan County now has outstanding in bonded indebtedness h'le sum c~10,000, and is as follows: il 13, 1914, Retiring Warrants 6 per cent Jan. 20 yr., 15 yr. opt. $187,000...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 19 March 1920

~% .I : .e I, g· ·::··~~~~ :·f r ~. ; I hllI ~i~~lX~ : ~ri" I ~~ ;·:;· r:c; 'h '~' :·: -··· ·i~.·, .f Dbcy the W.Pr ers'kB a S 'Iaurouw' the Ntienal, ]Pacing Pla14 and id, @, The earings onths big to control th6 meat ac s bay shown beyond questino ~ad wth to. coutvjoe any d. me. sýsof the Csuwuie an enethat the.sop of Amees u of live o and oofas aest , , de. manding prompty i to eat trol the meet There- are twenty-one m of the Commit tee of Agricuate: two members, Wil liam W. Wilson and John W. .Rainday, represent Chicagp districts, while I1 linois has in all three representatives on the committee, Pennsylvania, two, an dsixteen states are represented by one member each. Intredueor Explains Need for the Bill. Congressman Anderson,- who made the opening statement before the Committee, outlined the results of the investigation made by the Federal Trade Commission and added informaa tion which he had secured from his own study of the packer, situation. He 'emphasized the wastefulness o...

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