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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 6 June 1919

COUNTY ROUNDUP Interesting County Items From Our Exchanges and Readers REDSTONE Peter Molland was a county seat itor Monday. Sheriff Bennett was transacting siness here Monday. Tom Peterson was in from his nch on the reservation Wednesday. S. E. Ellenson was in from the servation after repairs for his en ne \We(tnesday. John Brenna, one of the prosper s Navajo farmers was transacting siness here Wednesday. C. B. Bull was in from his ranch ednesday, looking after business atters a few hours at the State nk. John D. Pederson of Antelope, (liter for the Libby Yards, was here e.sday. looking over the company's siness. 11r. and Mrs. Geo. Kiem and Ig aiisuc Kliem, of Glenewin, Sask., an.. and visiting at the home t of r. and Mrs. Jos. Gruber. Harold Smith, who has been in the -ersea.s service of Uncle Sam has ,c,iv ed his discharge and returned t Rcdstone Tuesday. M1r. and Mrs. Harry Daley and I,. '. A. Beveridge were in from cir' ranch homes Wednesday at en(tinL to business matters. Co. ...

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 June 1919

.TR !E SSAVE THE P IE!! Cutworms Reported Marching in County Sattred reports of crop injury caused by worms have come to the arm Bnrean ce at Plentywood. Sherisn county is fortunate in not being infested to as great an extent as counties to the west but enough information has come in to indicate that losses will be felt in some lo calities. It is not known whether the trouble is altogether due to the Army Cutworm or to the coming in of a new cutworm which is puzzling our entomologists in counties in the Havre section. The Army Cutworm The Army cutworm attacks, grains, grasses and garden crops. It is about two inches long resembling the ordinary cutworm in appearance. Two brownish stripes color his sides and two chocolate colored stripes are found on his back. The first trace of cutworm injury are the ap pearance of more or less semicircu far areas nibbled from the edges or through the 'leaves. The cutworms hatch out during September or Octo ber and after feeding during the fall mont...

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 June 1919

FIIJRRAI+ Itae Ye Rubs!? B THE PRD NES A PAPER OF THE PEOPLE, BY fiPEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE Contmuuig the OUTLOOK PROMO'TER VoL VI Number 43 IOLUME 2 PLENTYWOOD, SHERIDAN COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, JUNE 13. 1919 ROOSEVELT CO. SEAT FIGHT GOES MERRILY0O SHERIDAN CO. BANK ERS TO PUT HEEL ON FARMERS NECK GOOD ROADS IS KEYNOTE AT MEET, SAYS POPLAR STANDARID- BANKERS HAVE A FIT OVER BANK OF NORTH DAKOTA AND PROSPECTS OF FARMERS BREAKING AWAY FROM THEM-ROUGH RIDING AHEAD FOR THESE BOYS. Goods roads for Montana, for all of Montana may be said to be the key note of the bankers' convention held in this city yesterday, says the Pop lar Standard. The members of the Roosevelt county association ,and the members of Group 4 comprising the banks of Valley, Sheridan and Roose velt counties met here yesterday for their annual meeting and were ex pected to discuss banking but in place of that they talked about good roads, and good roads, and good roads, for all of Montana. A meet ing of this kind attracts...

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 June 1919

Returned Soldiers Re-Union In Scobey. Saturday, June 14th Official Recognition by City of Home coming of Our Boys in Khaki FRAZIER RULES OUT CONFUSION OF VOTERS Tricks in Special Election on June 26 Spoiled by Governor of North Da kota. Bismarck, N. D.-Because of the liberal changes in the referendum laws of North Dakota, made by the Nonpartisan league legislators, the anti-farnuer interests have been able to secure enouglh petitions to force a special election on the new industrial legislation. Governor Srazier has set Tbursday, Jute 26, as the date. The farmer opposition, under a new camouflage known as the Independ eat Voters' j ocrwt'nn, financed by .interests a long i a: east of North eakota, is t itaging thi. election, not because it has any hopes of turning down what the peopl' ha;e appruved by big majorities many tim's, but because it gives a chance to agitate and to use up the farmers' campaign funds in fighting. The new legislation has been at tacked in three ways: The ref...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 13 June 1919

PLANS TO AID RETURNING SOLDIERS ENGAGE OFFICIAlS AND CONGRESS OUR WASHINGTON LETTER Service Men Favor Bill By Nonpar tisan League Congressman-Light Profits Taxes Leaves Big Deficit Mere Regulation Planned for Pack ers-Shipping Permits Needed for Grain This Fall-Committee of Swe Working on Berger Contest secretary of Commerce Wants Freedom for Trusts. Washington, D. C.-What shall Uncle Sam do for the returned sol BR e? Shall the distribution of new farms or of homesteads be made only "u 'eturned soldiers and sailors, or o ;:, citizens ready to cultivate There two questions are being t , th: out before the house corn otee en public lands. Bills of all -crts have been offered. No agree f ent iý yet in sight. S'ecr tary of the Interior Lane 'ants congress to appropriate sever Yundred millions dollars to be used " wholesale reclamation of cutover, ;d an-I swamp lands in big tracts, an for the making of well equipped farms, in community groups, from ho e reclaimed lands. He would have the...

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 June 1919

THE PRODUCERS NEWS PAPER OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE Continuing the OUTLOOK PROMOTER PEOPLES PUBLISHING COMPANY, PUBLISHER Entered as Second Class Matter, October 18, 1912, at the Post office at Plkntywood, Montana, Under the Act of March 3, 1879. CHARLES E. TAYLOR, Editor and Manager. Advertising rate* on Communication 'hould app 1 jca t-o n. Sub- be addressed to The seription 1 year in Producers News, Box advance, $2.00 six 587, Pleptywood, Mon months $1.25. tank. Quack, fraudulent and irresponsible 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, JUNE 13, 1919 One View From Paris W. C. Bulitt, expert on Russian affairs with the American Peace mis sion, and eight other members have resigned in protest against the peace terms. Mr. Bulitt's letter of rei gnation reads as follows: WOODROW...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 13 June 1919

LOCAL NEWS and Mrs. J. A. Davis was in the reservation Wednesday. ic at Brush Lake Sunday will rnished by the Fitch Jazz band. s Jensen, a Dagmar farmer, at the school superintendent's last Friday. . Chas. Christensen, of the Audi office, made a business trip to tail Tuesday. * N' * rk A. Swensen came up from ine Lake to visit friends here ay and Sunday. ? ss Mildred Hamilton and moth irs. Hamilton, of St. Paul, are ng at the Christenson home. bert Larson, one of the old tim f the Dagmar country, was in ywood Tuesday and Wednesday. E. Oakhus was an Antelope who renewed his subscription e best paper in the county Tues ss Marion Weich will spend her tion in Red Wing, Minnesota, ing here to teach again this * $* and Mrs. E. C. Helland mot to Madoc Tuesday evening to their idaughter Mrs. Erpest Hel e Plentywood ,band will furnish music for the big celebratioa in y Saturday, in honor of the re soldiers. ss Martha Guerntholz, one of the tywood school faculty, left for home at Sandbern, N....

Publication Title: Producers News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 13 June 1919

7e THE EARLY BIRD. If / .9/,E /W/CE5 /OW ./Ul 86' S/E' TO cET EM, £/ OE /OTE! / /£ (9 1V Before the farmer has more than a possibility of profits the fat boys who control the things he has to have reach him with their higher prices. They are in a position to be early birds. Others catch him when he goes to the market to dispose of enough to pay his bills which the "early birds" have piled up. MEXICO THREATENED BY GIL-MONOPOLIES Foreign Interests Use Diplomats, Press and Bandits to Beat Reform. IS NOW A WORLD PROBLEM France and England Have Refused to Receive Republic's Ambassadors --Exclusion From League of Na tions-England Buys Out One Company. Washington.-The failure of the peace conference to mention Mexico as one of the nations admitted to the league of nations is without official explanation. There is reason for think iag that the cause is the same which kept England and France from offi cally receiving ambassadors from that country, although its indepen 4eace has been recogniz...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 13 June 1919

IJTY. ROUNDUP teresting Couaty'Ilems From r Exchanges and Readers DOOLEY G. Neville went, to Minot today will return tomorrow with a new ge car. rs. V. C. Russell returned Mon from an extended visit at Min ta and Wisconsin points. e St. John's Ladies' Aid will their auction sale and dinner at . Simonson's place, Friday, June Come one, come all. ella Marie, three months' old ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lun died at the Kenmare hospital rsday, May 29th, of convulsions. remains were brought here Fri and taken to their home north here in Canada. This is the h child lost by Mr. and Mrs. de, and they are indeed deserv the sympathy of the entire com ity. ohn Kramer was here from Dale Monday afternoon. rs. M. W. McGovern was here her farm Monday. iss Vera Hunter left Tuesday for sit at Ottertail, Mont. T. Hegseth was called to Fer Falls, Minn., Sunday by the th of his father. He returned terday. agen & Thompson, two garage of Crosby, N. D., were here the t of the week on business matters....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 13 June 1919

COEITI'EE BUSY Brush Lake, where the Equity * * boys will make things hum... * Following is a letter from the * * Committee: " * Dagmar, Mont.. * DJune 8th, 1919. * * Charles E. Taylor, * Editor Producers News,' * Plentywood, Mont. * * Dear Si: * * On Wednesday, June 18th, * * there will be a big FARMERS' * * PICNIC at Brash Lake. * * Speakers * * J. M. ANDERSON, President * * of the Equity Grain Elevator at * * dent of the American Society * * of Equity, and * W. M. BURLINGAME, Presi * dent of the American Society of * Equity of Montana, will speak. * * Everybody is welcome. Come * * in the morning and spend the day * * at the Lake. Bring dinner along. * * There will be a dance in the * * evening with good music. * * We hope you will do us the * * favor of calling the readers (of * our paper) attention to the pic- * * nic. * * Yours for a better future, * * HANS DIXON, * A. TH. LARSON, * * J. JORGENSON * * J. C. LODAHL, * * Committee. * * * * * * * * * * * * * WHITETAIL JUSTICE ASS...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 20 June 1919

RBID? V". J 1 4.. A' MI i. iý. t tiV' p AtB Lake, joutL th Il two Thi ame atr Tkh. lS, HE PRODI NEWS A PAPER OF THE PEOPLE; BY" it PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE Cn,= .ie I.OUTLOOK PROMOT'.R VoL VI Number 44 VOLUME 2 PLENTYWOOD, SHERIDAN COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, JUNE 20. 1919 NUMBER 10 L... HE. A C OUNT Ah, There, Ruben! TWO DAYS PICNIC Nonpartisan League BRUSH LAKE, MONT. Friday & Saturday JULY 11 th and 1'2th WALTER THOMAS MILLS JULY 11th ARTHUR C. TOWNLEY JULY 12th Meet Townley Face to Face DISASTROUS FIRE AT RAYMOND FIRE OF UNKNOWN ORIGIN DESTROYED THE MONTANA & DA KOTA ELEVATOR AND THE EQUITY ELEVATOR EAR LY THURSDAY MORNING.-LOSS $25,000, COVERED BY INSUR ANCE. The Montana & Dakota Elevator and the Equity Elevator at Raymond was destroyed by fire early Thurs day morning, resulting in a loss of about $25,000 fully covered by. insur ance. There was very little grain in the Equity elevators, but there was a carload of ground feed stored there in. In the Montana & Dakota t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 20 June 1919

ITHE WEEK Big Labor News Real Peace Conference Starts Damages for Bisbee Deporta tions Nine Peace Men Resign If our controlled press really had an ear for really big news all the country would now know what the Pennsylvania State Federation of Labor did at its annual convention at Harrisburg. It voted with tre mendous cheering that organized la bor, having nothing to hope for from Republican or Democratic machines, must turn to independent political action. It re-elected James H. Maurer as president. Maurer has been a staunch opponent, in season and out, of mili tarism. He has been framed-up many times and his aame was on the in famous Stevenson blacklist. Orga nied labor there has thus proved it self uninfluenced by the fate "loyal ist" campaign, and it has returned a fearless, able and therefore much hated leader. The convention also denounced the allied and American policy in Rus sia, demanded the release of the po litical prisoners here, and urged the recognition of the Irish re...

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. — 20 June 1919

ARNINGS ON EUROPEAN SITUATION FORCED VANDERLIPS RESIGNATION OUR WASHINGTON LETTER OUR WASHINGTON LETTER inancier Brings Back Impression of Great Crisis in Western Europe- Hiram Johnson Bids for Republi can Nomination-Baker Sells $25, 000,000 Worth of Army Meat to Russian Co-Operative Societies Senator Gore Would Prevent Pack. ers from Selling Paper as Meat sen:;,e Votes 60 to 1 in Favor of Ireland. W\,: h;ngton, D. C.-Frank Van i.!'- resignation from the presi ,n, of the greatest bank in the :.-t banking center in the world S< the financial experts to look S:,;(,, anxiously than ever before t ., :u ropean gnancial crisis, ov i.;, h Lloyd George pnd Clemen cm ini! now desperately quarreling. , ;ilip came home from Europe i. \\ warning that the whole up :r. layr of European civilization L,,a: c((olapse and fall in, due to the bank:,ptcy of France and Italy, and ih, ,~ rious condition of British fin , c,,, . iHe told the bankers in New ',i;k :hat the credit of America u.-r immedliat...

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. — 20 June 1919

A1ER - PRODUC-ERS NEWS PAPER OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE Continuing the OUTLOOK PROMOTER PEOPLES PUBLISHING COMPANY, PUBLISHER Entered as Second Class Matter, October 18, 1912, at the Post office at Plentywood, Montana, Under the Act of March 3, 1879. CHARLES E. TAYLOR, Editor and Manager. Advertising rates on Communication should appli ca ti o n. 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 irresponsible 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, JUNE 20, 1919 Wall Around North Dakota "They're building a wall around North Dakota"--is the new slogan, or better, the complaint of the tin horn drummers who go up and down North Dakota selling prunes and carrying anti-farmer propaganda...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 20 June 1919

LOCAL NEWS Pter Nordby was over from Ray ind Saturday. J. Shoer of Wolf Point stopped in ent:\ywod Wednesday. Owcn Riutten was a Culbertson vis ,r I'.e ntywood Wednesday. L -' Larson was a Dagmar vis-. n tic county seat Tuesday. \::. Williams was a Plentywood ,t" :m Scobey Sunday. B. i:awler was a business visitor 0th,: ,,:unty seat Monday. l,,tr Norby came over from Ray onml isat Saturday. \.., Johnson was a Flaxville ,in., svisitor here ednesday. U;To. Welcter was a Froid visitor thte county seat Wednesday. L. M1. King was a county seat vis or from Medicine Lake Saturday. Marie Chatman of Antelope spent ntday visiting in the county seat. V. Bourn was a Medicine Lake n who Sundayed in Plentywood. H. W. Barner of Dooley called in e county seat the first of the week. Edw. Gobbs spent a few days here m McCabe the first of the week. Deputy Assessor Fred Glaze made business call at Assessor Hill's of e Wednesday. Carrie Ryan was a Dooley visitor en on streets of Plentywood Sat rday. Mrs...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 20 June 1919

NOT RETURNED AS YET. Io oI I ----------- yts i~ ~ ~ · I ":). io0 !;~ #l 'WALH SEES MENCE IN MISUSE OF LABOR Attempts to Lower Wages, Now Insufficient, Will Bring Great Unrest. 'WAR PROFITEERS ESCAPED '"Honest Worker Should Have Prop erty Right in Job." Says Former Labor Board Chairman-Long Hours Rob Individual and the State. Chicago.-Writing in the New Ma jority, official paper of the new Chica go Labor party, Frank P. Walsh ex presses the belief that the United States faces serious -idustrial unrest. BHe believes that the monopolists must be taken from the backs of the people and their constitutional rights restored if we are to avoid what the rest of the world appears to be going through. As Joint chairman until recently with ex-President Taft of the warlab or board, Mr. Walsh has had unusual opportunity to make a general survey etf labor and living conditions. Mr. '.alsh was also chairman of the now $bmous industrial relations commis ldon, appointed by President Wilson daring his...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 20 June 1919

COUNTY ROUNDUP Interesting County Items From Our Exchanges and Readers BAINVILLE 1>ain. le and vicinity was well pr,,.,rated at Brush Lake Sunday. .i. i rank Provost is visiting with -r ;h,_, near Lanark a few days this Mr . ('. A. Jones returned yester , ,.noon from an extended visit S:,! home at Oshkosh, Wis. i;an returned to his home in i. : last Saturday evening after ,, ;, of six months which he ,: . New Rockford, N. D.. at l ,iiLS' chool and will spend his va ion eflre. t-. i\m. Potter and children ar ,, , the city the latter part of t v.,k and have joined Mr. Pot , i a freight engineer on the - : n. They have rented a u:, n:.i will make their home there. 1:. I. Kellogg, who resides out o .,;u.ý t of town, left this morning Ir l lhester, Minn, where he will k,, t,,atment for an old ailment at ha:- been bothering him much of te. MIrs. Emma Toll returned to her n,w at Poplar the first of the week -ter spending several days visiting -the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. imnntrman an...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 20 June 1919

FACE TO FACE * Meet him face to face. * * He will tell you how the farm- * * .eraut the skids under "Big Biz" * * i North Dakota and rid that * * state of the grafting profiteers. - * He will tell you what the * * state of North Dakota did for * * the Soldier Boys, the only state * * that did anything for the heroes -* * who fought to make the world * "Safe for Democracy." * * He will tell you how to "Get * * Some Democracy" in Montana, * * besides making it "Safe" in Eur- * * ope. * * Meet Townley at Brush Lake. * * Meet the Big Chief of the * * Reubens. * He will be at Brush Lake, Sat- * * urday, July 12, at the biggest * * picnic ever pulled off in the * * whole state -f Montana. The * * picnic will last for two days. * Walter Thomas Mills, the * * greatest lecturer on political * economy in the entire world, will * * be at Brush Lake, Friday, July * * 11. Mr. Mills has spoken .in ev- * * ery English speaking ration in * * the world. He is known and re- * * spected and admired on...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 27 June 1919

le 8med 8 uaI Nealpnfm Lne Pimlnwe uM he Flo at am& Lab hij l h , T HU RRAH, HY lL fresh ksee th BEwein ThEREry i 4 P . o North aseta, win seak Satuisar sel*e =-1e sivat e,this t1 tiat 1e am. THE PROD CE NEWS A PAPER OF THE PEOPLE, BY TEOPLEFOR THE PEOPLE Continuing the OUT1,.OOK PROMOTER t VI Number 45 VOLUME 2 PLENTYWOOD, SHERIDAN COUNtY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, JUNE 27. 1919 NUMBER 11 PUBLIC EXAMINER'S REPORT SHOWS BIG FRAUD LAST YEAR County Treasurer The records of the County Treas urer are written up promptly and efficiently. We note that the Treasurer, at the request of your Honorable Board, is accepting partial payments on Seed Grain Liens after they become delin quent and are spread upon the delin quent Tax Rolls. We believe this practice should be discontinued, as said liens, at this time, have the same status as delinquent tax and partial payments cannot be accepted on any delinquent tax. The Treasurer is carrying as out standing several small checks issued by his office whic...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 27 June 1919

-my VLIWCiEt IL G.#ERRY. ( ht, 1918x by the McClure Newspa per Syndicate.) Promotion! M sistant manager of that large departmeal store I It al - most seee too good to be true to )lobert Campbell, and for 15 minutes after he had received notification of his advancea could do nothing . but sit at his good luck. Wouldn't Cairri he prbud and glad. He urr4 ..to the telephone booth and stopped as-be heard Carrie's voice. "I care' for you on . Meet me to nigh'. I love you, df#re, and I want you for m own," she'was saying over the wire. Bob put his band to his head. He could hardly believe his ears until she repeated the $lne words. and then av she caught sight of him, said: "That is all, think you," as curtly as she could and hung up the receiver. But Bob was not deceived. He had heard enough. "Did you want to see me, Bobbie," she said In the same old way. "No thank you," he gulped. "Yofi bad better fini h your telephone con versation." "I had finished," she answered, with ot sh9wing any e...

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