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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 9 July 1920

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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. — 9 July 1920

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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 July 1920

Gov ernor Frazier Dak Speak at Farmer-I bor Picnic at Wo' Point Thursdy Augus Time All Day! Tell Your Neighbor SpoTHE PRO ...ERS NEWS Nowteebtth Matur; Cirat o ... ..tU. i" .1 Paper, of the i4o ýrthe People, by the People v't 7 m a...m . a.nes , ".1.. 0* O Plentywood, S nty, Montana, Friday, July 30, 1920 Volume 3-Number 16 Is Judge Comer Helping lin Collect Phoney Ciaims? Plentywood's Own Political Home Brew Democrats and Republicans Try to Fuse and It "Flashed Not in the Pan"-Gunther ii to Withdraw and Leave , Balot Open for Comer. "LOONEY" FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN LEGISLATURE The local political brew is a brew i¶ioward M. Lewis has tried to get the forces of darkness together for a mass attack upon the army of pro gross, but it is hard to get the dif ferent elements to wed and go to 1 housekeeping, and it seems to have been a "Diggs and Maggy" affair and most of the action is brickbats and jargoniers, but we understand that an agreement was finally made. About three weeks ago, H. M....

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 30 July 1920

WASHINGTON LETTER ROADS CLOGGING TRADE ARTERIES d COST COUNTRY MORE THAN DID WAR Washington, D. C.- In a brilliant editorial this week, Labor, the organ of the Plumb Plan league, review.s the railroad crisis. "It is imposisble," it say:. "to ex aggerate the seriousness of the rail road situation. The business of the nation is threatened with paralysia. In fact, the slowing-up process hats already reached the point where even Senator Cummins admit4 that the shortcomings of private ownership are costing the American people more each day than did the war with Germany when that great conflict was at its height. "The representatives of the steel industry have notified the interstate commerce commi.ison that unless they can secure cars it will lie neces sary for them to shut down their plants. They have alreadiy exhausted their storage capacity and it is use less for them to continue operations, as they can neither ship nor store their products. .The great manufacturing districts of New E...

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 July 1920

HE W* Rlesea Refs Al 1 MNedatie tke Kr ealo Weaettat Sh Down II1 th Krate case ( $4 to WaM Street te Pay Rail aa Iu. Cemltahoary Baken Up Paey P. htM.amsea 1 Ral.sts retusal to deal with the P-les thuregh the atlles is one of the g evfts t the week i . EL m matia -ist France and Ergland. te*"istcbhe tell as that England after threat oa sever trade tela:it ti.r wtheick have not been really re suem . and to aid Poland with mil I fa orces has advised Poland to I n e arndstiee am c directly. The Mosecow goveramaet with its new method to taternational relations, has te eat a statement that it would *er the Poles better terms than the a alites theaselves are willing to al. Ctnaeatesl with the danger to allied 1 eadership it this Polish matter is the reporte revolt of Arabians in Syrt It appears that after the English for- I igen Nse toght it had the Arabian str.tia well to had. France delio-I eyed an ultimatum to Emir Feisal, a lcal rter to this territory over which 1 she has a maatat whi...

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 July 1920

THE PRODUCERS NEWS tAP!ER OF THE PEOPLE. BY THE PEOPLE. FOR THE PEOPLE Coatiauiage the OUTLO)OK PROMOTER PEPtWLES PUBLISHING COMPANY. PUBLISHER E.t.,re as Second Class Matter. October 18, 1912, at the Post @~ve at t'intywood. Montana. Unde, the Act of March 3, 1879. CIHARLES E. TA LOR. Kditor and Manager. A.ivrtis:ta rates on Communication should apt tI a. t . Sub- be addressed to The svription 1 year in l'roducers News, Box Advance $300 six .87. Plentywod. Mon rntths $L.50 tana. -'w sga Adv eri..n rprgsmtative TI EAMhERIC'AN PRESS. ,.SCIxTION Quack. frtadulent and itrespontiibl firms are not knowingly a1: t;ted, , and we will take it as a favor if any reader will adt.ise u: prtrr.ptly should they have occa-ion to doubt or question the re ',abditiy of any firm which patronize.> our advertising columns. FRIDAY. JULY 10, 1920 NO SIR; NO ILL WILL FOR DANA EASTON And now. Editor Jerome of the Poplar Standard, who has a printing contract and is an ardent supporter of Comer and strictl...

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 July 1920

LOCAL NEWS ceived a carload of the different va rieties of Ford ears last week. Sheriff Jack Bennett made a busi ness. trp to Redstone the middle of the week. C. B. Bull of Redstone was trans acting business in this city the mid dle of the week. Ruth Kjelstrup is assisting in the Co. Assessor's otfie on the classifica tion work this month. J. C. Wigmore, well known citi zen of Medicine Lake, Was in the coun ty capitol on business Monday. Deputy Co. Supt. Olive Nelson made a business trip to Seobey the end of the week, returning here Monday. Assistant County Attorney Geo. Cudhie spent the week end in Sco bey, returning to this city Monday. L. O. Johnson and R. W. Paske, formerly of Plentywood, but now of Mondak, were week end visitors here. Get all there is in ye7r cream when you sell. Bring or ship it to FOR MAN & KAISER, Plentywood. 14 Halvor Bestland of the McNulty precinct was in Plentywood with peti tions for the League candidates Mon day. M. E. Gronrud, a league farmer of t...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 30 July 1920

COUNTY ROUNDUP Interesting Items from Our Exchanges and Staff Writers FLAXVILLE Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Asl'akson and daughter Candace were visiting at Redstone Wednesday. Bessie Wheeler of Scobey is a guest of her friend Margaret Grimes at the Grill Cafe. Hon. John Shippam, Mrs. P. E. Burke and Mrs. Palmer of Scobey were here last Wednesday. Mr. James Johnson, father-in-law of A. B. Olson, is here from Minne apolis on a visit with Mr. Olson and family. Ole Berge secured the contract for the school building to be erected in District No. 32 and expects to start on same next week. Tony Thompson returned from an absence of several month's visit in different parts of the U. S. and states Montana looks fine to him. The Farmers' picnic at Peder Moe's place Tuesday was a success in every way. Alarge crowd attended and ev eryone enjoyed the outing. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Aslakson and sons Kenneth and Myron, Mr. and Mrs. Milo Ellis and son Malcolm, also a few from town were entertained at the home o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 30 July 1920

County Roundup (Continued from Page Six) an's Shop is spending this week in Lundvalley, N. D., on business mat ters. Mrs. Fred Haun and son Carl mot ored to Plentywood last Saturday af ternoon. Messrs. H. Slette, Clifford and Don ,ald Eyers of Tande were business vis itors in Scobey Monday. Babe Griffith returned from Opheim Saturday where he has been spending the past two weeks visiting his moth er Mrs. Eihart. Math Dasinger of the Men's tailor shop motored out to his farm in the Avondale country last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Griffith motored to Wolf Point Sunday., Clifford/Wright was among the out ing party at Fife lake last week. Mr.4S. Schelecter of Whitetail transacted business in Scobey last Friday. J. B. Bennett left Tuesday for Deer Lodger where he will join Mrs. Bennett. J. F. Haun attended the G. N. Agents meeting at Great Falls last week. F. E. Dillon is in charge of the Pal ace Confectionery during Ray Thom as' absence. Mr. P. E. Burke and son John, Mrs. John Palmer an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 30 July 1920

Joe Dek Cahd Phi.e iLs? (Continued from page one) county and this earned in three or four months. The County Auditor, after spending considerable time upon this claim, getting samples of all the work dune, amd studying the printin:r law and the contract very carelru'y. go;ng v; - er the same with two printers, and giving Mr. Dolin the benefit of the doubt in every case, and liberally in trpreting the Ia, a: all time< in or tier to be more t':sn fair. finally ap-, proved the clainm n the . ur of And this S9~9.7> was ant is al. that Dulin had 'orning on tin. claim ac curiing to the most rea..onabhle and ;iberai reading of his contiact. The claim as approved was passed yv the Board ai E'oun:v Cnmmissi.n ers and 1 warrant was isýued in the sum of sr9hib . Mr Dulin l.Tot*el the warrant Later in the summer Mr l,,.1in brought suit air tinst tlhl county for the entire sum of his claims and the case came on for trial in the _2nd lay of March. 1920. At the time this c-u camnp on for tri...

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 August 1920

w I. ~ HPRODcN aMt f *f n r11 a,61! V 1 D GANG WOU IN AUD OR'S JflE - TOISE DFENSE The Local Organ of the Brit ish Overseas Society, the Redbtone Review. Publish es Schedule of Jurist's Ac tivities. SCHEDULE CON FESSES CHARGES Yet It Is Arranged in a Man ner That Seems to Have Been Purposely Meant to Deceive-How6ver Opens Door to Further Discussions As to the Relationship of Comer and Dolin. Below is reprinted at "Certified Statement" which purports to analyze the activities of Judge Comer in re lation to the Dolin graft .lait,, and other disputed and questionalble claims, over the signature and seal of Albert R. Chapman, clerk of the dis trict court. It will be remembere i a ht Mr. chalman was an ardent ,asd active supporter of James F. itedmond at the last election. In support of Mr. Redmond, Mr. Chapman put in a lot of time. We understand that Mt. Chapman is the man wvh. made the tr+ around after the election re!nov ing the digests of the election posted on the different election...

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 August 1920

WASHINGTON LETTER USE OF BEITER PORTS DEMANDED BY CHAIRMAN OF SHIPPING BOARD WASHINGTON, D. C.-General ap proval is voiced here at the decla ration by Admiral Benson, chairman of the shipping board, that the mono poly heretofore held by a few Atlan tic ports is to be broken up. The new policy will be to bring every product which is to be ex ported to the nearest tidewater ter minal, instead of diverting every shipment to New York. Bad facilities at New York for loading and unloading, due to the con gestion there, have been the cause of enormlous losses to farmers as well as to forwatiling agents and have steadi ly impede the growth of our merchant marine. If the new policy is maintained for the coming four years western grain and meats will he shipped abroad thru Uhiladelphia, Baltimore, Norfolk, Charleston, Savannah and the Gulf ports, quite as much as through New York. Moreover, the right of the Great Lakes to access to salt water for grain cargoes is bound to be em phalsized when...

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 August 1920

Il-E WEE General War Treatms The Baulese Csferewnee Seeking the Meanest Man Germamy's New "Strang Man" Ole Hansen in MeAdoo Class Our Warning to Cseebh-S1vskla Another world war is close to us. A stronger cause for a general con lagration of nations exists tday than existed in 1914. Two principles are abroad in the European World which apparently can not-ext by side 'us one being the old, estlished eco nomic order in Europe; the other be ing the different order established in Russia. The incompatability ot these two principles was so clear to the al lied statesmen that they and we be gan a war on Russia while we were in the midst of the war with the cen tral powers, and this war has kept up ever since. The Russians, on the other hand, equally aware, it seems, that these principles could not exist side by side, girded themselves for war and attempted to explain to the people of other nations what was go ing on in JRussia, the latter being known as "Bolshevik propaganda." At the prese...

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 August 1920

THE PRODUCERS NEWS PAPER OF TRE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE Continuing the OUTLOOK PROMOTER PIOPLES PUBLISHING COMPANY, PUBLISHER Entered as Second Class Matter, October 18, 1912, at the Post office at Plcntywood, Montana, Unde the Act of Ma r. 3, 1879. SCHARLES E. TAYLOR, Editor and Manager. Aldvertising rates on Communication should a p pl i ca t io n. Sub- be addressed to The scription 1 year in Producers News, Box Advance $3.00 six 587. Plentywood, Mon months $1.50 tana. Foreign AdvriVn p 7 HE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION Quack, fraudulent and 'i responsible firms are not knowingly advertised, and we will take it as a favor if any reader will adv4se us promptly should they have occasion to doubt or question the re liability of any firm which patronizes our advertising columns. FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1920 FIGHTING LIKE BARBARIANS hi one of hiS great speeches against King Philip of Macedon, who w\as planning to coneuer Athens, Demosthenes told the Atlhen r".ts that they niad, -...

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 August 1920

LOCAL NEWS Rev. Father Wdoa.t obey was a guest of Fr. Heiiers] the first of the week. Hans Agaard, farnner living south f town was a business caller in Flentywood Saturday. John B. Madden of Antelope was a business visitor in the county~ seat Wednesday of this wyek. Mrs. O. S. Gullickson returned Wednesday from a week's visit at Park River and Grand Forks. Mrs. A. A. Major and children returned the 1st of the week from an extended visit in different Minnesota points. Thomas Herbert, of Marcus, Iowa, arrived in this city Monday and will visit at the John O'Grady home for severdl days. Miss Gerda Christiansen, chief op erator at the local telephone office, spent the week end at Scobey as the guest of friends. Curtis W. Anderson, representing .the John Leslie Paper Company of Minneapolis, was calling on local trade hetre this week. Editor T. J. Hocking of The Glas. gow Courier has been attending to business matters and renewi g ac quaintances at the county sea this week.' A. J. Moore a...

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 August 1920

CONmIT ROUNDUP Inmrestim Aitens tmrm Our Ielsgums mad Stt Wrlt.ws FROID Mrs. John Morenson of Dagmar visited with friends here this week. Mrs. C. C. Hoyt, of St. Paul, an aunt of F. S. Sleight, is here this week for a few weeks visit. Mrs. Arne Weberg and son return ed Saturday from a month's visit with relatives at Park River, N. D. Mr. and Mrs. John Pitkin and son of Sawyer, N. D., who were guests at the Darland home last week, left the first of the week for home. Mrs. Mary Stuller and son Tom who have been spending the summer at Whitefish, Mont., are in Froid to spend the remainer of the season. Mrs Chas. Winter and son Lyle are spending the week end with relatives at Medicine lake. Mrs. J. K. Swails and family are spending the week with friends at Homestead. D. A. Jackson of Portland, Mich., is spending a few weeks here looking after his farming injerests south of town. Rev. G. M. Krach conducted services last Sunday at the Quitmeyer school hou.e. 15 miles east of Medicine Lake....

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 August 1920

-.. -E' 8ctlET SE~MON OF 3iW1UBd G. 0. P MAtRINE TURNS TO O'OJNNOI. Grand IFeks, N. .--After a get session of ma than 24 eM·rs, lthe s caller "Comninle of Tw .omne," represeatiag ilterests beetie to .Nonprtisa hague farmers, hase emerged with plans for a t ticdg et. Their decisia is to muort the S' - meeractic ticket this tall. F.ile TRe session of these leaders of the eis grantled Republian eeeneat of the state was as secret as a see~ing tf the peace cenferense, there is esi4eamc that the feeling ran high awd teter most of the time. The followers of blsger. whoe w~ defeated by Governor L m J. Frasier for the governorship, wanted ima to run again. This demand was more :~an the .e-. mand of the Langer followý."r, it% ever, because both the natiemal par ties are angling for the electoral votes of North Dakota for their re spective national tickets, and the In dorsement of the otherwise negligible Democratic ticket weald add ~t~sider ably more strength to the matiaal Democratic ticket....

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 August 1920

LABOR-LEAGUE CANDIDATES Headed by B. K. WHEELER for governor, the candidates endorsed on the democratic ticket for the various state offices b}the Farmer-Labor forces are the most representative body o men and women that have ever appealed to the voters of this state. They are pledged to support the program of the Nonpartisan League and Labor League for the state.ownership and operation of public utilities, elevators and flour mills, to uphold the provisions of the Constitution guaranteeing the un abridged rights of free speech, free press and free assemblage, to plaice the conduct of government-in the hands of the people instead of the corporations. **.*----- The head of the ticket, B. K. WHEELER, is ..too well known to need much advertising. It is enough to say that he stood almost alone among the officials of this state during the trying days of the war and set his face firmly against the rape of the constitutional liberties instituted by the Anaconda Min ing Co. and its press. B...

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 August 1920

3iýt 4 alhoua BoulerW REMEMBER IWGE FRAZIER PINICSAT WOLF POINT, SCOBEY, OUTAr Wolf.Point, Thursday, August 19 .'. Scobey, StUrday, August 21 ... Outlook, Sunday, August 2 "E THE PRODUCERS NEWS .a ta1per, of the Peopbe, for the People. by the People **,w|j am5, 090"kl e.- ..m. ,, . -.. Plentywood, Sheridan County, Montana, Friday, Aug. 13, 1920 Volume 3-Nuamber IS A. W. STANGELAND FARMER-LABOR LEAGUE CANDIDATE FOR DISTRICT JUDGE A number of the "Old Gang" papers, prominent among them being the Poplar Standard and the Roosevelt county Review, have been asking for the life history of A. W. Stange land, of the local law firm of Wheeler & Stangeland, endorsed by the National Nonpartisan League and the Montana Labor League of the Twentieth Judicial District for the office of Judge. The Producers News and the two leagues are glad to do this, for the farmers and laborers feel that they are proud to present the name of A. W. Stangeland to their membership in particular and all of the vo...

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 August 1920

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