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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 1 August 1919

MAGvi .A..ZI N-Ei T mu~taAcE' neapolls Punblishersn to e Spiea War on All Progressives. dvance announcement of The erican Citizen, a monthly maga to be published in Minneapolis, n., foreshadows a virulent cam gn against the National Nonpar n League and other progressive o in organization by the big busi s interests of the Twin Cities. Internationals Open Chautauqua Splendid Musical Company in Two Programs on First Day The International Trio, three artists who have attained unusual pronm Inenae in the musical world, have been selected for. the opening day of Chau tauqua. It is truly a splendid and a notable company. Frederick De Bruin, late of the San Francisco Opera Company, is one of the best baritones among the younger generation of singers. Gertrude Hober, the talented violinist and mezzc-soprano, and Kathleen Harrison, pianist and reader, are both artists of the first rank. HERE AUGUST 22 to 27 so up de of the first ten daysof Aiust at a SACRIFCE. We te ti for shimeni and willof...

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 August 1919

1iHS FRODUCERS NEWS ,+.+ < . ... www Adwwhiý __ _EL _ wrw PLENTYWOOD "AUG. 22nd toAUG. 27th t0 ll CELEBRATED ENTER--.& TAINER AT CHAUTAUQUA lDOCTOR SUTCLIFFE __1_ astllc ci's+ Concert Band . POPULAR LECTURER Bess Gearhart Morrikon Comes on the a RealsMtoichFesaival O Wt a . .ý E wo.._ ,, w. . wwt,, wo , w w.w. .., ,w.o w., wo w. w F t y .y. tu. Wthed W e lst Bess Gearhart Morrison, one of the te W t country's greatest readers and enter- Dr. Robertutlffe wrter, euator tainers, is to be at Chautauqua this .and lecturer , brings to Chautduqua on year. She comes on Band Day. with 't fi h d ads ple ndbi d cnstrCutu'u o tw o of the m ost thoroughly enjoyable lect ure , "So m e Bay Pr dcsd o f Aru a 3 " . , . . ' ' . ."' .i lecture, "Some By-Products of A~rnn. geddon." It deals with present day -' - :v.i+. i ". m n c ritic :-. t.+ : "He sH). fI .4K; *r°. . .s workecl f : ol utelV on the Amen -. From her ILittle Things Out of Mc- Winn Div ihis vour xwill he an event long to be rememb...

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. — 8 August 1919

6 DAYS CHAUTAUQUA HERE AUGUST 22 to 27 THE* PRODUCERS NEWS A PAPER OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PESOPLE Continuing the OUTLOOK PROMOTER Vol. VI Number 51 VOLUME 2 PLENTYWOOD, SHERIDAN COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 8. 1919 NLMBER 17 alley County Grand Jury Urges Ouster Poceedngs LANGER MAY FACE IMPEACH MENT TRIAL TIs Blamed for Neglecting Duty In Case Leading to Murder of Bowen., Impeachment proceedings may be inst:tuted against Attorney General lan er for neglect of duty in con ni etion with the cattle poisoning ,ascs in Golden Valley county and :h(e murder of M. K. Bowen, a Non partisan Leaguer on his ranch near etach. N. D., by men who had been dieputized by the anti-League admin istration of Golden Valley county. Evidence is accumulating to show that Attorney General Langer, act ing aplparently in harmony with the atongiy hostile anti-farmer authori ties of Golden Valley county, re Iatedly refused to take adequate -tpls to investigate the death of, .«ndireds of head of...

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. — 8 August 1919

Ou s ade. .rn wa.sLd Grenora olied the city Sunday. M. L. Murphy of Crosby was a business vstor in Wetby Tuesday. Charley Clark of Crosby was a Many farmers have threshed their rye, the yield running from 2 to 5 bushels l oer Are. Rev. ohb Hodgson, while in the city informs as that his crop is about wiped out Sig Hammer is at his old work at the Farmers Grain & Trading Com pany, setting up machinery. The younger son of Rev. Mr. Kjol ler came home sick last week and Dr. .Ppiats was called to attend him. It is a case of sciatica. Kenmare relatives have been visit ing at the H. Hawbaker home. John Kolden departed Friday ev ening for Chicago for a brief vaca Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Julian De ornme,. an eight .pound daughter, Tuesday. ,A large crowd from town went out to the Bodin firm Friday to at tend the Lutheran Ladies' Aid. Sergeant Howard E. Kemp has been.mufteied out of service and is at work on a paper at Velva, N. D. An akddition is being built to the school house in district ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 8 August 1919

CONGRESS LIKELY TO ORDER SALE OF ARMY MEATS AND CANNED GOODS OUR WASHINGTON LETTER ow-nittee Report Flays War e- I partment for I)eal With Packers- Distribution Through Postoffice Pro posed-Taft Views on League Cause Big Stir--I.a-~tice to Chi,,l Is rarde. . r at t foIr -Wilson Congressman Expose P.kier Pro paganda~ ''i-. Solirs .. I Sailor. L• i :l,. ?ar lMen in Rants Onh. I usfl's *" ,' hi. Washington. 1). C. - Congress ~ill force the war (depal cment's hand with respect to the disposal of the $200 000.000 worth of surplus army 0odstuffs, hitherto kept off the domnestic market in compliance with the wishes of the packers, the canners and other attiliated food monopolists. In spite of political opposition f'on the Democrats, the report of the special house subcommittee which ha:; been probing the surplus food :¢cndal will be submitted to the house early next week. The report -latI accuses Secretary Baker of ,'protecting the food interests" by withholding the surplus food pro ducts ...

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. — 8 August 1919

THE PRODUCERS NEWS PAPER OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE C.oatinuing the OUTLOOK PROMIOTER PEOPLES PUBLISHING COMPANY, PUBLISHER Entered sa Second Class Matter, October 18, 1912, at the Post ofice at" Plntywod, Montana, Under the Act of March 3, 1879. - HARLES E. TAYLOR, Editor and Manager. Advertising rates on Communication should ap i o Sub'licatio be addressed to The scription 1 year in roducers News, Box advance, 12.00 six 587, Plentywood, Mon months $1.25. 'tan2. ."T Quack, fraudulent and irresponsible firms are not itoofgly advertised, and we aill take it as a favor if any reader will ldvise us promptly should they have occasion to doubt or question lie re liability of any firm which patronizes our advertising columns. FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1919 The Proper Spirit W. P. Measure of Newville, N. D., declares in a public statement: "I see no reason why that, because I am in the mercantile business, I should not be able to see and recog nize wroe that exist in other lines....

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 8 August 1919

LOCAL NEWS Sr. D) S. Kclly of Wolf Point PP in flentywood Tuesday. S Doblin was a business vis Slidb.y Friday of last week. ,nS spier of Outlook spent Sat .and Sunday' in our" city. paul Crum was a Scobey caller in aul F,,riday of last week. lentywoo " ,r • Claton Comer of Comertown Sun in Plentywoodt this week. A. E. Hicks was a Williston caller e the first of the week. .,Smith made a business trip to lentvood from Whitetail last Fri ., I * E. Nichols of Scohey was seen S.e streets of Plenty wood last En. Tobison and J. S. Meyers ere' over from aymond last Fri 1r. and Mrs. E. H. Helgeson and n of aladoc spent Sunday at the elland home. k $ Richard Benson started work in erk & Recorder Major's office this ek on the tax books. Mfrs. Helen Byrd accepted a posi on with the Funk Abstract Com pay Monday. Lee Jolley of Comertown was vis ting his many friends here last Sat B. M. Price of Scobey spent sev mal days in Plentywood the latter part of last week. Dewey Wigmore came up from Me...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 8 August 1919

SPinAL. ARIICLE DIVI8ION oF LABOR All of the $.<bt ie people in society are divided for the purpose of ecoamom - ibvt in two classet..-thh workers and the idlers. The workers produce goods and ser vices i retu for-the goods, cloth ing and shelter that they use. The idlers ue foed, clothing and shelter ithot prodci a corresponding quantity of goods and services. Amo.n the . workers there are again two lasse,--those who can get jobs and those who cannot. At the mn-iimmathere are always about 1,000,000 unemployed workers in the United States. At times this number rises to four, five or even six mil lions. Those who get jobs produce for a wage or salary. The unem ployed beg, accept charity; live on their accumulations, or starve. Division of labor occurs among those who get jobs. In reality, thpre fore, what we see in society is not division of labor but division of pro duct. Division of labor occurs only among one fraction of the people,- the employed workers. Division of product oc...

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. — 8 August 1919

iUNTY ROUNUUP (Continued from Page Two) in town today. ans to Commissioner John An Coan as in town yesterday. eron wans returned from the U. S. Sserice in France Tuesday. T. Lode went out to the Walker farm with Dan Walter Tuesday ev eDm and Mrs. Lewerenz and Mr. Mnd. anH. J. Anderson spent Sun dar at Three Butte Ranch, Cattaneo Bros.' Aps and Miss Hiilda Hayden ndisr. and Mrs. Ellithrop of Wil ison spent Saturday and Sunday with friendS. t it undr.tand that P. J. Nacey end O'Connor Bros. are each ship ping tno carloads of cattle to east ern markets this week. judge Comer and Atty. Paul Bab cock stopped over a short time in culbeirton Monday evening on their • home from IMondak to Plenty: The infant daughttr of Mr. and lirs. Myron Wilson died at their home South of the river Wednesday. The fufleal was held at Culbertson, C. N. S. Holis in charge. Intern rient was made in Culbertson ceme ter'. The parents wish to thank their friends and neighbors for their sympathy and aid. Miss Fran...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 8 August 1919

(Ceastine foPage One) cssary, Dhiby~an engineeri to in tit thwe d.ý for the colleo. ton. of the water and do *Wh- ever i u to repair the dete twoo ditlºý.. ire aaa tieof the vari Sacm of Vialey county, the Grand a"y~ a it aecessary to make par EuLa nmention of the office of the erif tand the mamer in which it is cahudctegi The Grand Jury believes that the present incumbent of the ofoice of sheriff is an efficient officer forsid county in that he is willing to serve the best interests of the said county and is indutrious and intelligent. The Grand Jury, howev er, must take exception to the man ner in which visitors are pe:n'itted in jail and are allowed to talk and visit with the prisoners there" a. They would recommend that the sheriff adopt a rule. prohibiting all persons fr@'s entering cells of prisoners, ex cep ttorpeys and doctnr:s, and that ia the event relatives :f prisoners wish to talk to them, they should carry on asuh conversat'on in the of fice of the jail rather than in ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 15 August 1919

06 DA YS AUGUST 22 to 27 A PAPER OE PEOPLE, 2SV THE PI, FOR THE PE;OPLE ConR* ih OUTLOOK . R9MQTE R VoL VI Number 52 VOLUME 2 PLENTYWOOD, SHERIDAN COUNTY, MODTANA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 15. 1919 NU Relief Of Farmers Was But Pretext For Early Session--Ugly Fs *-* * * ** * * * * -e rno-e... - No Relief For Drought Stricken Farmers THIRD SPECIAL SESSION OF LEGISLATURE ADJOURNS (Special to the Prodixers News) Helena, Aug. 12.-After laing to adopt any measures for the relief of drouth-stricken farmer-the pri mary purpose for which the session was called-the legislature adjourned shortly before 10 o'clock last night and thus brought to an end the third special session in the history of the state. The special session also failed to enact any legislation which will effectually curb profiteering, but did enact measures amending the prim ary law, increasing the number of supreme judges from three to five and permitting the employment of convicts on state highway construc tion. Several other matters ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 15 August 1919

LABOR DEMANDS NEW INUSTRI AL CONTROL Five Million Workers Behind Great National Public Ownership Move ment. 'One of the most significant devel opments in American history is the solid massing of the ranks of orga nized labor behind the new plan for public ownership and joint operation of the railroads. Warren S. Stone, grand chief of the Brotherhood of Locomotive gineers, acting as spokesman fir 5,500,000 organized workers, declared a few days ago be fore a congressional committee that the workers embrace the new plan of public ownership "with all the ardor of those who sought political free (dom. In this plan we raise the ban ner of democracy in the control of industry, we advance to a new cru sada with the faith of the pilgrims, with the conviction of the framers of t :e constitution and with the hope of America for economic independence." A NEW SOLUTION Mr. Stone told the congressional committee that the Situs b'1 which embodies the new railroad oWnership plan, is the beginning o...

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. — 15 August 1919

0UCAN BRE AK I . ý < MAYMEAN OURASHINGTON LEIJE I Trick of Dominant Machine Submar- b red by Forty Insurgent Congress.- h mend Kolchak Burden on Amer, 0 can Taxp.tvers Grows-Goverfmet t ',els O Ships to Foreign lterests 0 .1eolsy Wasters Deny Support for s Worh.1Yhile Home Measures- i rast Ignorant of Wheat Situation EAstsitant Secretary of Agricul ture Resigns to Edit "Sea Power." 1. s~hingtonl, D. C.-One of the a most significant events of the pres- t cot ongress occurred in the house 1 on TuesdaY, July 29, when a group of I 40 independents and progressive Re- I pub4iC.nde including the chairmen of I two important committees, Porter of I foreign affairs and Esch of interstate I commerce, submarined a trick parti- q san resolution conceived by the ma , eeoing committee to discredit 1 jo adn" st u~on and combined with 4 the Democrats to put through an 1 amendment making it of practical value to the people of the United States. The occasion was the vote on a special house resoluti...

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. — 15 August 1919

ADPLE, BY THE P3OWJ., W)X THE, P8PL0 t" the OUTLOO5 P3OTibAR SPUBLISHING COMPANY, PUBLISHEH tez~ u SCOW Cias Matter, October 18, 1)$2, at the Post at N~tywood, Montana, Under the Act of Ma) 38, 1879. CHARLI E. TAtLOR, thor and Mager. 1padver ti rated' on' O(naeon shkouid SCriptios 1 yea in' u- addressed to The adac,#.0 six 587IF'l'n¶y~ood,' Mon moth P25. tu . adver , fraudulent and irresponsible firms are not knowin;ly 5 1d, and we will take it as a favor if any reader will advise Us Promptly haould they have occasion to doubt or question the re lWig~ity~of any firm which patronizes our advertising columns. FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1919 Labor Plan of R. R. Ownership The new labor plan of public own ership of the railroads has perhaps Precipitated the biggest public own ership fight in the history of the na tion. The railzn brotherhoods and the American ederation of Labor, representing all told more than 4,000, 000 oa ed workers, have formal ly lai ore congress a plan of railroad ownership...

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. — 15 August 1919

LOCAL NwS ensen came up from Bain nay of this week. Easley and family of Sidaey yed in the county seat.. < McGowan was a Scobey vier in our city Sunday. Mrs H. E. Graphotte Splentd wood Monday. N Davis spent several days here m Scobey this week. Frank Emcmahon was a McCabe ,tir in our city last Sunday. Wi. Flaskrud of Westby was seen n the streets of Plentywood Friday. N. H. Samuelson of Antelope was caller in Plentywood Tuesday. Mrs. Ella Hunt left the first of the eek for a business trip to Helena. Charley Christiansen, deputy audi or as a week end visitor at Minot. Petcr Halvorson and W. B. Scott of bey were in Plentywood last Sat rday. * Lee Jolly of Comertown called on many friends in Plentywood onday. * Alexander Walker was an Antelope ident seen on the streets of Plen yod last Saturday. J. W. Fawcett and J. Wm. Stahl Culbertson spent Sunday in Plen ood. G. H. Ehlers and wife of Scobey re business visitors in Plentywood %trday. s * s State Humane Officer L. K. Dev * of Havr...

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. — 15 August 1919

ii DUIISSIONER KENTI SCORES_1BLTY" ATTACK U. . Off i Letter to Farmers' National Gathering Calls Perse :uion of Nonpartisan League Disgraceful. Will. 'fint }of the United States tariff commission in writing his re grrts at get being able to address the Kansas City convention of the American derstion of Organised Producers and Consumers, took oc casion to roundly -score the big in terests for the wave of persecution they hiVe seat against the Nonpartisan league. At the same time he ably su* med up the self-evident rights for 'wich the organised farmers are fight ing. Denouncing the framed-up charges hurled against the organized farmers, Commissioner Kent wrote: . Profiteers Father Acts. "The persecution of the Nonpartisan league for alleged sedition is but typi cal of nuch that is being done by the piratical profiteering patriotleers, and by those who have, through their ignorance, been used as cats'-paws. THERE HAS NEVER BEEN A VILER ABUSE OF THE SANCTITY OF THE FLAG THAN IS REPRESE...

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. — 15 August 1919

QINTY ROUNDUP j esting County Items From s Exchanges and Readers MAPOC lo"Laroche le't last week for Ceo ounty. N. D. t devall of the Citizens State n. of Scobey , tra nsacted business adoc Saturda an' Monday. H. C. Skarie left Friday to join vife and son at Williston. iev. and Mrs. Kjer called on riends here Monday. edoc and vicinity tnjoyed a heavy ifall Sunday, with showers 3Mon a Tuesday. The Mc1Dfnald Hotel opened for fness August 4th. The Mndenhall and Tannehill hlees madt a pinic and fishing fursion to Fife I ake for the week rid. B. M. Pierce. Discrict Agent for he Northwestorn National Life In ; can i pipny. has made Madoc is headquFart thu past week. The HI F. . lhafer family motored to Brush Lake. for the big "doings" iSuna. Charles Gordon, 0. B. pichert E. P. En.-ohg, Claude Han than. and H. A. Gibbs of Julian ' at Madoc on Saturday and Tuesday on school busines, it being their deoire to obtain a longer term for the Prairie school. H. E. Helgeson and family spent he week...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 15 August 1919

~ mb$le haon b with t le ai it tE `r.,he wo. land, dley tlato a casual con 1Ve atWith Ma seat mate on the baa the ater"!" hehad tolad im that he b Weston, but he had in a t I~llside up to that "Yo se" he eslained, "some peo at I~lae seat to an agency in e city -t a chauffer. I agreed to e the poitton. Only thaougan old employer sentilr me. t to diawppot the agency and the eb nso They expect me on this S:,here," interposed North, Wonder If I couldn't fI -an hour later, fully posted mMrdved at the station of the little we of Hillside. In the distance i e showed, surrounded by fine resa dences. An altomobile stood at the g ot the platform. From it a young ~au- With a satchel hastened to catcl train and directed the quick query It the Ons passeuker alighted: "T'a the-new teur and Nortd ' 'weeaesungu "Al right, theas the car. My aMe ;Ines are .r ;ts e store." Then hi Vi e , = a sg the street the at girlish love 11# p to thenad ne Oh, the new chauffeur?" she spoke "My Sister Hortense will...

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. — 22 August 1919

A .. A' P En"b v,. ': f- . " .ý l Oý yý w^ t" X6.9 ý ;- .. " .'p z O' "1 st ý` n'*" .,"T H E . O p L E 'F O R. H Z ' " " --y . VOL."UME ' PLNT ...., T. SHERIDAN. COUNTY,-; IT.A.A FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1915 UBE 9 mmissi ems os. :S * 4 , , . • . :- ,. ,, -,,. A PAPER P ;6 PEOPL E, SRY H CEOPLE, FOR 4'HE PEOPLE VOL' PLENTYWOD SHERIDAN COUNTY, 2NQNA.A FRIDAY. A~UGUST 22, 1919 NUMBER 19 CountyConimissioners qharge SpecialAccountant _ _ _ _-- D _ _ _ _ _ UNCLE SAMa SMAS HES HIGH LIV ING COST Throws Onto Market Huge Stores of Army Supplies at Cost e DeliveTre By Pare Post. 1 With the opening of the parcel i post sale of army food every family in U. S. A. is given art opportunity I to buy staple groceries far belo'j est These groceries will be delivered to you by parcel post. The inter state commerce commission has sanc tioned the raising of the parcel post weight limitation to 125 pounds dur ing this sale of food stuff and parcel post packages up to this weight will be delivered without addit...

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. — 22 August 1919

ýM we. aH oga were relati. tad tda·Wi Mrs. D ,l Twj a. children are spents time with hterdsr brotel er at au4Wvie, zW. M taa. Mrs." 3, . P s stered quite a but we re gad to ae is much bet severM morabug for Albert Lea, ter at thi visit wingith bhe Mrs. C Mr. CWi . d Scott returned Sunday nt~ fr Noon, S. D., and F ey wet byCoda, where they pent som a time with rhisd and rel eativesnd ri t rrs, Esbe; mp and two daugh ters, .Thbelj and ~phine left last a retur ned Tuesdayi fAlbert Lea,om n., or an tde4 visit with her paren s. M. dd reports that A M boy was born to Mr. and MM.rs . pJ 8 Wadron at the Daho hos pital, Mo ayinAugs 4th. Mother and son doing nicely. -. Mr. and: Mrs. C. C. Scott returned Stmndaj aternoon from Ray, N. D., wher, they weat by auto to bring back S. W Wfaitlagr and family who enjoyed a ten day visit with his xcktives and Irie.*ds. .. ?mJod' returned Tuesday from 4t. Pads er e be 'went with a car load, Or L e stack for Chas. Holland of Cb. Mk e.'1Doud reports that i...

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