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

7 T,'-1P~lip" W, V-0 K, :7. (By William n ar, Stall Writer ter the Federated Pres.) Altuoona, P.-In this town I see sev eral things that are cheering In this time of reaction. I got a room in the LeRoy hotel and I go to supper and I notice that the waitresses are wearing union buttons. They more than wear them. They kaunt them. I Inquire. I learn that the chairman of the board of directors of this hotel is a machinist and an officer of the machinists' union and that among his fellow directors are two other union machinists and three union carmen and a union boiler mak er and a union sheet metal worker, who together control the board and run a perfectly good hotel. And I see a new co-operative store in Altoona now-a workers' co-opera tive. I pick up a paper and read an article about It. The paper is a new labor weekly-the Labor News. I see people-at some distance from New York-buying the -New York Call. I see also James H. Maurer, president of the Pennsylvania 'State Federatilm of La...

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 August 1920

BT1NtFR OEC RW)RT Un-American Coemitions, Not dsUmevism, Caused Strike- Tust Genes Public and Puts Spies - Government as Well aes Labor. That now famous report on working conditions in the steel industry by the Interchurch World Movement is not a radi cal report. It was made under the direc tion of prominent churchmen and signed by them. They had been asked when the drive for church funds started to adopt a resolution condemning the strik ers. Instead of acting thus, on ".ancial dictation, they voted to make a careful survey and then do the resolving. This was the logical, honest, Christian thing to do; yet this simple act of independence brought on the movement the wrath of the great financial in terests. Not only were promises of fin ancial support treated as scr.lps of paper, but spies of the trust followed the investigators about and desks of the churchmen were broken open in the hope of destroying the report before it could be made public. These church leaders found conditions ...

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. — 24 September 1920

Hear M. McCusker, Farmer-Labor Candidate for mM Ii. P. RI T`ei THE PROD NE WS I . Paper. of the Pc r e, M the PoePe. b~y te eople Co.tinuing the Outlook Promoter C te i. .1 Plentywood, Sheridan ty Montana, Friday, Sept. 2, 1920 11e~_ a 2 . - Valume 7. Number.!4 . . ..24 lbS Ile In , | U.S CAUSE OF BLAST IN WALL STREET STILL IN DOUBT Witnesses Tell Police of Collison of Powder Wagon With Automobile New York, Sept. 20.-With the an nouncement by the police chat they have located the powder magazine in the city from which a large quanti of explosives was removed without a permit, the solution of Thursday's Wall Street explosion seemed nearer, since it is practically imposible that access could have been had to the magazine by any outsider. The indications are stronger than ever that the explosion was caused by an accident to a powder wagon rush ing supplies to a construction job in lower New York. Supplementary testimony of the strongest kind that a red Dupont Powder wagon was seen in t...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 24 September 1920

I! TllIUUSAlND MILS FROM ATLANTA By Max Worth European Staff Writer for The Federated Press Paris, France-Eugene V. Debs is a well known tigure in France. The peo ple here call him "the American Jaures." Anyone who has seen the French workers turn out by hundreds of thosuan!ds on the thirty-first of July to honor the memory of their champion can understand how great a tribute they pay when they ronnect his name with that of another. Very few of the American leaders are known, even by name, to the French i.yorkers, who have only the haziest ideas about the American la bor movement. But all who read the labor papers- and there are few in telligent corkers who do not-turn eagerly to the American visitor and ask for news of "the comrade Delbs." Nor dieo- this form of inquiry mean that the q-uestioner ie a .ociali..t. To the French v orkers. every man or Suoman. he he Sociali-t. ('ommuniat or a member of a trade union, who iý work'ng ',r the :dvanlramlent of the c -ca ,e I.f abuor i- cal...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 24 September 1920

MONTANA WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL REVIEW S3 kane, Wash.-Built at a cost of $40,000, the new home of the Bank of Commerce at Kalispell, said to be the finest building in Montana was form all- opened with a reception. Butte-The vein recently cut at the 3800 level of the Steward shaft of Anaconda is continuing to disclose very high grade ore, some of the samples running up to more than 50 per cent copped. This is not the av erage of the ore body, of course, but the quantities of glance obtaining mark the deposit as very high grade and one of the best Anaconda has op ened ,for some time. Lewistown - Forty-five thousand dollars for a portion of his royalty on the west dome structure of the inosby structure is part of the reward that has come to Mathias W. Wild schutz for homestead and trying to reclaim for agricultural purposes the broken, rocky ground that has become the scenes of activity in eastern Fer gus oil field. Roundup-Montana Federal Oil Co. drilling on Willow Creek. Lewistown-Frantz o...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 24 September 1920

THE PRODUCERS NEWS I'API'lt 0I' IHE MiUPLE, flY THE PEOI'I.E, I"OR THE I'POE'OE Continuing the (OUTiOOK PIROM)OTER I' v11 i. i i'tiNI$IIN wit1.\ 1' ii' N *1I vIE tA, uid iv.' wA . 'I ik' A . ·L : liali :Inf i Will UdviM 1' nt t~ý ml1, nntt t 11pu.tu o1l Ir II) II(1n 10111 .. 1. )ll.( II(' L5.11 1) (01 ( 01 1IP, i n JO 0 THE FARM TRUST I live you ev(er satislied your o\ n mind ats to why farming his never been trustified ? W\hy the samle forcs that have joined factories or mines to getherl aud thus built up the great trusts, have not laid field to iold. Iornie cOti oll:anies, Iiolding comlpalnies and more holding coni \Why is thlere not a Standtard Wheat corporation as well as a Stanldarld (Oil corporationt? The explaltution is ot tt that the faI'rers have escaped the exploitation of big business. They are not Illmoe 'oltunate tithan the worker in the factory o milln. W\ho work roml day to day I'or at wage under the immedi ate direction of' the irepresentlattives ofI the great corpor...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 24 September 1920

LOCAL NEWS #r.ld q smrad 3 t . A. Ubet7 Ht Uºminm R tpms*1 lA t l Wm *a c lam'~ HA-bi P*** M UNA* i lnr-a+ " Ito* to <'Ql * * Uwe~C fir: ii Ian 1vA4 t. 1. eaiý$a4a'hiart a 1'MamW3,a. r~·r ' 7illCrd vary b m em e-~~`~b oft- A aa a aheEqci t$1! r tr k nl N hr~ ~s. u~ t~wm* aii~h.a 1Co hrtr :hetmf 4* aeitk Crmr. x iý M' . . t . ýlphtAtl tA7ý+at . . . *iI~~Z afnta Pk~~~ Ic lk ~ th Ok~ 1I~ ~ah'e P~no Aima'. Nc-ir ia-M Rt ~1n·m 'talAt ,of 3:.kvmnm 'v'mT ý`Atui'4i i th 1. P. l tw4$? of -a? win, ;`-t`Aadxm h r' th AZr ^, R, a. li:. isz T hel PrAT ;\ 19: t)* i RNlty .chn 7 `2lilt? mrihnd to *' 4qz,% the tCati of rh ' xp* vu A -,--ht sllW rT* r~rj' Rt. hhnn 'off fiz ll (n' Aztcrhm Vxn *i'4 Mir. And !dr 1.4" hr-t Pmmt Mr1. Alin als. l), \" ill~t+ýt n W~ WWl, Rvr t sad-,M',~k ~o~~W rpsitltwi c t)T a Mr. Rsf lºIf\. 1.. 4 ^4 v ~kilM rM a rld Olt J4*· 'kktrr ANW,- V t l* <Ijk'r ýýTti ,e1. N44f I Or, Uln R 1krr aw> ism Th~t ý *'ft ý}At**'ý' e ItytI t ýUt2N+ Thh is Th"MisiIT A l~1xna thiss ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 24 September 1920

COUNTY ROUNDUP Interesting Items from Our Exchanges and Staff Writers FLAXVILLE Manager Jensen of the Redstone Mere. Co. tr:nsacted business here the first of the week. Mr. and M vr. M. Gile and son Clyde expect to leave stortly for their future home in Wyoming. H. Hanson and wife are the happy parents of a bright baby girl liorn to them last Saturday. 0. It. Aslakson tutoed to hed: tone on business tolay. Landlord Boyer was a l'lentywoolc visito r Ih:. Monilay. Mrs. R. Nelson has bee on the s;ck list Ilhe past w'ek. 0. B. Egland of Scobey was a busi ne-s visitor hero Saturday. Mrs. P. J. Bjerke was a Scohey vis itor today. (andlace Aslakson gave a party of her little girl ' Iiinis last Saturdlay. it being her fifth birthday. Miss Helen lManson of Grand lFork is spending a visit here iandl looking after her intereits in this section. Reno Crumrin had an average yield of i I usciels per ar'le n his farm, wheit he fini.hed his threshing this week. Orville l,ockreim and wife of Madoc a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 24 September 1920

County Roundup (Continued from Page six) WESTBY Mrs. Carl Hammer entertained Westby friends at dinner Sunday. Alfred Johnson and C. N. Nelson were in the city yesterday. Mrs. Andrew Stageberg returned Thursday from a pleasant visit with Crosby relatives. Miss Marie Falkanger came home from Colgan, N. D., Thursday, after .a few (lays visit with friends A number of Westby people at tended the Archie McLellan sale south of town yesterday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Anderson of Fortuna were in the city Sunday to visit P. G. Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Aunger are now settled in the Hammond residence on the south side for the winter. Ole Sather is putting his Westby residence in shape for Mr. and Mrs. Walton Perkins who expect to move in October 1st. The cement siedwalks now extend to the school house, the whole job costing the city $1600 Mr. Christof ferson dlid a good piece of work from start to finish. The Misses Dena and Laura Wold of Thief River Falls, Minn., arrived in the city Th...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 24 September 1920

Attention Customers! On Friday, October 1, 1920, We start on a Strictly Cash Basis The old saying: WE HAVE TO DO IT is true with us we no longer can do business on the credit plan. We simply MUST HAVE THE CASH or our own exist ence as a business frm must cease. We would much rather announce a more sweeping credit, extension plan, realizing as we do the conditions of the county, but we MUST meet our own obligations and that is what compels us to put our business on a STRICTLY CASH BASIS. All our customers who may have accounts with us are cordially invited to continue trading at our store. By so doing you will help us to carry your old account. We expect to make all our former credit customers our best CASH customers and we will in time save you enough on your CASH PURCHASES to enable you to bal ance your old account. OVER THREE YEARS OF WORK HAS FAILED TO SHOW ANY PROFIT WHATSOEVER, DUE TO THE LARGE AMOUNT OF BAD DEBTS. WE HAVE LEARNED, HOWEVER, THAT A CREDIT POLICY AND OURSELVES CA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 1 October 1920

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

WASHINGTON LETTER -E= 1 SalAIlST ASSEMBLYEN ACAIN EXIFPlE IN.NEW YORK STATE ______. 4. .. . . . . la m a Ue(awlr U(Je ie ýsc Seal by - VtLe of !1 . 45 --Ioe Pr r mE. y Stat Before Leasing Trfde Cemalumis-Tem Wasm lAey I. Makte Stir i Sea sle-la &r Iepetaet of "league of MaiMsF Cats lat1 Adi.-Se. srinr we l cat. h im igsbt Years -later Massgeaet Ples at SRec Idmad Alnual MSeeeds Tee Well for Pmreteer WLiagtonaa, IL C.--Five Socialist a~an44wemes aho were expelled from te _e' York legislature in March is -lie weve ne-eleted this last .,f, L ;ua.a*se4 majorities over fu win candidates have again been ex wpeld by a special session. 9n the first ballot three of themt acs expelled &y a vote of 140 to 4i.' T.,a , other r- efuwd to have their iyhi to a seat in the assembly con bec . sera.lrtely and walked out "ith their these associate,.. The le1publican-iemocratic fixers - 4''i tlly had a plan whereby they tail reduce the amnlher of inde ordcPat voters in the assembly and at .i cam...

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. — 1 October 1920

Wyoming. California nd Montana have 3,000,000 acres opened for stock raising homestead entries. 70,.000 acres for dry farming, 'and 15.l.000 acres open for oil leases. Fine staple wool sales going' at 5.1 cert s. Lewistown - Estilpated 1,000.000 cattle lost from drouth last year. Helina--Montana wool growers or ganization adopts plan to have their chp made up into all wool blanketh sd fabries and solil direct to retail trade at prices that ;Gill eliminate all profits -between growers and con sumers. Contracts signed by wool growers and ' independent woolen -w!lls. Harlem-Improving elevator to handle new wheat of Harlem county. Winnett -Decker-Colins well in .Mosby structure flowing 4,000 bar' lel daily. Twice n.iz'arge as Frantz No, 2. Iron Daisy mine an Proipect cr'ek to continue development during win tcr. Conditions very favorable. I.illings-E:.tension of municipal park system planned ny addition cf two tracts. Eureka-New Dicky lake r~ad com picted. Great Falls-Two new bridges wi...

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. — 1 October 1920

u~~tir~---- m min--- - Prs ( IMN P" . Wk X2.'1' WP'NOPLL P=3 TR PUOPLE ~SbbB wIgY~ iOYrw. Irlmt~iall I g46wet#,ase S... Ctwl October 18 1912. at the Post oF at. 1'1PftywOta. na3name.. Untie r the Act of March 3. 1t79. (HARLES E& TAYLOR. Etditor and Mana~er. tt. t~t t :n rat& on Communicatin shoutld ;" P, ; ca t i o Sub- be addressed to The pasou 'ea im· 'rutliurcSa News, Box k\±vW&te . Ltl)s rS . 'ltentywood, Mon nma.ii.n 'kal tan Fer,. ' Advc *t-l.is( Rt HrrsrwtatLLV ;'HE .\MERIC:AS FIRE .:s. S)CIATION fraudulent ants it r. spon-: . tilrlms are not know~ingly t t; ai: . : nt we :v"1ii take fiti; a rsi vu4 any trader wilt :ll ise w- ;, tpli beuuid ,he5 haue " rea-aon to doubt or question the re Sany arnt ae paºLt n.. -urut advertising columns. I"RIDAY, (C'.OtOER 1, 1920 The cuing contest in Montana is not merely a party issue. N- intethigeant ia m canZI long mistake the issue. Joseph M. Dixon, Iled. iby every big coroporate interest in the state. backed. by mon who for y...

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

L OCAL NEWS Mamie !iuiigan is a gm. i at the Clerk and Recorder's ofiee this week. Attorney A. C. Erickson made a business trip to Greaora Thutsday. Court Reportek F. B. Layhe made a business trip to Mondak the first of the week. Miss Hazel Reed and sister are moving into apartments at the Bol ster block this week. Mrs. J. W. McKee left Monday for an extended visit with relatives at different eastern points. M. Hougland Of Whiitetail attended to business matters at the enunty seat Monday of this week. Dr. Margaret Kromer, the lady op tician from Helena, spent the latter part of last week in this city. Frank .Fishbeck left here Frida$ for Poplar to attend the Roosevelt County Fair, returning Sunday. A. J. Beverung and L. A. Smith of the Plentywood Machine shop auteed to Regina last Tuesday on business. J. W. McKee, cashier of the First National Bank of this city, made a business trip to Dooley the first of the week. 1 Charles Turner and sister. Mrs. Bill Jarvis passed through this ci...

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. — 1 October 1920

COUNTY ROUNDUP Interesting Items from Our Ebhangas and Staff Writers FLAXVILLE J. W. Pierce of Seips has been spending a few days in town. C. G. Christensen of Plentywood was a business visitor here Wednes dLev. Muirden of Scobey was a pleasant caller at this office the first of the week while en route to White tail. A soaking rain is falling today and threshing will be retarded for a few days but the ground is it fine shape for fall plowing. Sid Bennett of Scobey is visiting friends here Tuesday. Sheldon Kiston and wife were in from their farm last week on a shop ping tour. Sheldon was married re cently and still-wears the happy smile that won't come off. Gus Holm left for Great Falls the first of the week and will look over some positions he has been offered with a view of locating there for the winter. Mrs. M. Gile left for Sheridan, Wyo., last Saturday, where she will make her future home. She will be joined by her husband who is to re main here until the first week in No vember...

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. — 1 October 1920

County Roundup e (Continued from Page Six) Iverson visited the primary school t room Wednesday. " " I Christ Peterson, who is engaged in helping repair Soo bridges on the 1 main line, arrived Saturday to spend' a few days with his parents. I Frithof Jepsen left Monday to re sume his, medical studies at the Uni- I versity of North Dakota, this being; his third year. Lawrence and Walter Anhalt fin ished their work for Albert May- 4 hew, Tuesday, and left in Barney's Ford for eastern parts where threshn-' ing is more plentiful. John Kolden lnd Roy Stageberg, motored from Hanks to Westby, Sun day, the former returning the latter part of the week after spending a few days with his parents on the farm. C. H. Bentley returned Tuesday ev ening of last week from Helena, where he attended a meeting of Re publicans. While away he took a look at Spokane and visited relations at Great Falls. Miss Violet Schmid and Miss Hel ga oJhnson went to Plentywood, Sat y, uy, to spend Sunday with the John S...

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. — 1 October 1920

filltLI tilt ýºo! k jwtý mol wwkifa heisk amtw * R 0 - a . (bCli .er of te ota-tame ah I" BL Chm V~IR N.. Oam-h e i mahisa m eiar; n haohl b. ar masm tl how Ri.*ithin It lilejmes ari ' hat8 to thana o money peui Sweu Za Ut LaUIOLz 4 one ft m-. vim IiyOT hmi t r le b biIs vatu it then sue+ the~ee were me~tu.hot i -ttn With hit team unto half as, same hhiad the heaigre leadin Qlaa te.ae ~ mishsy servensip lmm umiii `B ann thu r. if they wne~ ftnui' geItt he would Asiee tthoe. s e of'waimoi bUehall. et5i io *i-hmt Au-tisu 4harie, l£:aaftr- slt.u .ieais-ueu ot giving the mtauiu guame the benefit of pub Silk ibr pauxi&. tiffto.L the Curtain ua thte gne jrute pemonudi ;afi ui iem w njsb a grouter hitter Joe bunbem. .hIieofbo be timiiberabey Sist tip ithe bull, a 'ctare oi ne o: the wstfi'- fhmeem ibitthera C. net c. itn La u glitms of allege ttror at b-en bow bit msi dathiegs. 3 E .fe await emts wan sorme of vtriupo al'3,- gagrbe laojeM, umet momt )ihun Ji Am hý mamuger of tiler Now w...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 8 October 1920

ý. t r e 1 gy},` - IA. wI V..I·~ I. Nortbs i Moanna; us dIM - `Sub. in 'fara 4 U 4 Thpy r. the People, by the People -. oshmanas a outmac ire a.eNM1ý Plentywoo ;nty, Montana, ,Friday, Oct. 8, 1920 Volume .3--Number 96 Vde% Uhe a tau l ··~rs.Umhgga · SaL ···;' . · -teS., ·; ·r H1OSE LEAVING THE STATE BEFORE GENERAL ELECTION Those Who Expect to Move Away Before Election Time Need Not Lose Their Vote, (Cut these instructions out.) Even though you leave the state before election you do not need to lose your vote. If you expect to leave before elec tion time, send at once to the Clerk and Recorder at Plentywood or call at this office and ask for "an appli Scation for an absent voter's ballot.?' This application for a ballot must be signed by you; your postoffice ad dress to which you are going and to which the ballot is to be mailed, must be wiltten therein and then signed and sworn to by two voters of the precinct where you live in Sheri dan county. Be sure that the voters swear to appl...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 8 October 1920

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