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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 22 August 1919

OLD PARTY LINES DISAPPEAR IN HIGH PRICE AND RAILROAD ISSIFS iUR WASHINGTON LETTER (~UR ASHIGTON ETTi gepublicans Approve Wilson's Mess age.Remedies Fail to Hit Big Distribution Evils or Monopoly of Raw Mat erials--Plumb Railroad Plan Has Strong Support-Rail Return to Owners Less Probable- Aid to I)routh Farmers Delayed By Secretary of Agriculture-Trade Board Ends Restrictions on Potash import. a -non. D. C.-Republican satia' o, with the president's m .~,y -p.ech on the high cost i;ný, ould indicate a bipartisan .,,,, i meeting the issue. It no, an isue between the parties. Bot;L i,:.v pusheod it aside beyond the ,n,!,.:. of a long-suffering peo i t. .:ther it is an issue between the common people and the grand S a- ,: ,sts who normally con toil the eO(crai agovernment. The old party politicians naturally shi at suchi a nalignment, with its dijturbting possibilities in the 1920 election ahead of us. Republicans have not forgotten the 40 congress men of their party who bolted the part...

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. — 22 August 1919

THE - PRODUCERS NEWS. Pe OF' Tfl POPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, FORTHE PEOPLE -Continuing the OUTLOOK PROMOTER PE OPLES PUBLISHING COMPA NY, PUBLISHER i.. Enterd .S 8eeond Class Matter, October 18 1912, at the - ofiice atP:inty.o, Montana, Under the Act of March 3, . CHARLES E. TAYLOR, Editor and Manager. -Aldvertisi, teS- app ii o n. S u Comnmunication should scrption. 1 year in -"be addressed to The advance r in Producers News, Box anthe $1.25 six 3 87, Plenty,, ood, Mon tana: advecte fraudulent an irrcspons ble firms are not knowingly advertise and e will take it as, favor if any reader wiUll advise us Promptly should they-have occasion to doubt or question the re liability of any firn which pat'onizes our advertising coluna.s. FRIDAY, AUGUST ,, 1919 Fighting For Power Prices Du. ing the war the United States o "zlrnmcnt built up in sebdefense a system of price control and regu lat-on that on the whole( in spite of its failure to treat all commodities squally, tended to keep prices down. ...

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. — 22 August 1919

LOCAL NEWS ý- l . ilil i al~ I INKEW Snal Doerr was over fom Whitetail ;aturdaY. Snahan was a Redstone pat. Sth o una cat Monday. ; thl e C rea te smith was a Medicine Lake pGr-ace it,' county seat Thursday. Sas a business caller in Drdf. ta ron Redstone Monday. :entywood ro Sonner of Wolf Point made nes - call in Pientywood Thurs l F. \Bron of Whitetail made a l trip to our city Wednesday ,p.i, - eek. h F. "Fadness of Scobey was a osne.s caller in Plentywood Thurs Ella Rosenthal is visiting tiends in \Aestby several days this Paul Crum was a well known Sco an who stopped in Plentywood etdnesday. S. Rounsevill was a Dooley sdent seen in Plentywood Wednes day of this week. County Commissioners Tyler, Mat ln and Timmons met last Monday ~ the court house. sirs. W. B. Duffy left Wednesday for Bainville to visit her son Mellard Dulfy and family. H. T. Graphotte and wife of Williston were seen on the streets of Plentywood Wednesday. Bud Willard of this city is serious ,r ill at his home. ...

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. — 22 August 1919

ALLOWEDBY NEB. OFFICIAIS 8mall-T.wn Ruaanu Induced to Break Up Farmer Meeting. Beatrice, Neb.-A recurrence of the lawlessness which characterized the Opposition to the Nonpartisan league in Nebraska last summer took place recently here when hoodlums broke 'up a farmers' meeting, as saulted an. aged man and tore banners from farmers' automobiles. An ap peal to the police by League members was refused bluntly by the chief of police A rumor circulated by League ene nic.s that one of the automobiles in the parade which preceded meeting carried a . ed flag precipitated the riot. Attempts were made by those responsible for the disturbance to place the blame on returned soldiers, but according to Lester P. Barlow, whor is touring the country lecturing on government industries in the war, there were no soldiers in the crowi that attacked the Leaguers. Barlow, himself an A. 'E. F. man, spoke at the same i teeting, and questioned se',eral of the men who were posing as soldiers and forced them...

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. — 22 August 1919

COUNY- ROUNDUP - ,Continued from Page Two) e COMERTOWN COie tuble with all those S ,wat is tanks Have the appli nierto. intrest, tmlking there be lost nte to borrow money? o athe Iob hope and enthusi for the countrv due to one little Sfor they not get busy and do f th and show the farmers that C bsiness aWil tav and flourish as te banksth farme:rs keep up their t long aSnd sta.V and farm. Its courage months until this country ona. j' aonn ,, tote best crops in m " nve i' the banks stay with hito.nd 'an keep themn in this h far all of u: \Niii be sure to country a i Let s go failv arrived are ,i ^ ink, :Mont., Thurs ere i g with relatives fi ."l:. 1 "r n Schilling left ,.. a A ] +n,!Y for an auto oWe ,or. in points. This SA ,I . Schilling has tid, t;y: •nl n. w ish him r .,,,, ~ \xas born to " [1 : M. A . bEaton's Sunday. ':. a c:il: d ,io i g tine. 1oth r', ...t.. of I)ool ey was a ,'. n in Cnmertown Mon a: eb f the old and :.ew boadr of the Farmeirs Elevator Co. of Comertown met 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. — 22 August 1919

too Crush Indepeent Press CeatiNd I -fr Pae One fiteers and exploiters of Montana What man has nerve enough to face everlasting ostracism which one shameless Montana sneet declarcd should be visited upon the children and the childre,'s children of thuse who lend a helpi., hand to Nonpar tisan $a.'tors and other disloyalists! G"ntle xeader, thing you that we are speakiig seriously? The low-browed -n.l cowardly hirelings--that was "ecretary Baker's stinging rebuke - ma; we make use of politer speech- wno propose to invoke boycotts against the editor of The Star be. cause he is a bolshevik and a pub lisher of a 1 ,ishevik newspaper would fad th,'mieles powerless to osr,'i cize even inc meanest yellow cur of' the forlo; nest hobo, much less of a real man. More pitiable than the o1l ",r cur tbIh licks the hand that smtes it. I ro the men and wom:en of any community who stand in a: e of those petty tools of arbitrary peser whose business it is to orga nize boycotts against the progressive...

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. — 29 August 1919

,- .* r M kq ' F i x 'r3 .,ma, - M y . I . 11GI L D FEC11V E A PA t3 THE 'EOPE, YOP.E Mumng the OUTLOOK P`R0 MOt"ER VoL VII Number 2 VOLUME 2 NTYWOOD, SHERIDAN COUNTY. MONTANA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 29. 1919 \UMBR 20 cers News Gyped Out Of $100 By hauna FRMERS AND LABOR MUST STK TOGETHER Mepresentative Nyquist Says That Nothing That Has Been Written Against the Session Is Too Strain CALLED TO KILL PRIMARY Folowing is a letter from Repi'e sentative Nyquist of Homestead. who was sent to the legislature last winter by the farmers of Sheridan county, who says that nothing to strong has been printed in reference to the infamous work of the recent session of the Anaconda valets. However, what could have been e9 pected from a legislature absolutely under the domination of Wild Bill Campbell, ta dodger, manager of the Montana Loyalty League. Mr. Nyquist's letter follows: Homestead, Mont. August 25, 1919. 1 "e 'PiDoucerS News, *lvv: ood, Mont. :Ear Taylor: wel1, the special session of the legrs atu...

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. — 29 August 1919

COUNTY ROUNDUP Interesting Co Ites From Our Exchanges and Readers ANTELOPE Roosevelt county is getting ready to hold its Annual County Fair and Indian Fair at Poplar on Sept. 18th, 19th and 20th. The Misses Eva Hunter and Mar garet Hendrickson visited with friends at Medicine Lake lWst Sunday. Leslie Stewart had charge of the drug store and refreshment parlors here last Sunday, during the absence of the proprietor. Arnold Ternquist, assistant casn ier in the bank at Redstone, was here last Sunday for a visit with iliends. Little Louis, the son of Lou Bar ger, who was taken to the hospital at Williston last week, is reported to be improving. Hjalmar Rudi, of Aberdeen, S. D., a mechanic on the Milwaukee road, was here last week, looking over some land, with the objqct of buying and locating here. After an absence of several months Mrs. Ed. Rishoff returned Sunday from her visit with friends at Port land, Oregon, and other western points. E. W. Pierce, of Scobey, district representativ...

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. — 29 August 1919

IlE HIGH COST OF LIVING ISSUE HAS FALLEN AMONG POLITKIlANS' GIUR WASHINGTON LETTER\ Lets Week Pass Without Conr -) partments Ask Big Sums !. I1nectigation-Penalty for Pro jijeering (pposed-Farmers De mi l';:_t co-operation Be Made 1a; uiul-)routh Aid Increased 1919 l ropeiBrit ish Plan Great Farm 1)ev eopmn en t in Mesopotamia )aylight iaving Law Repealed Over Wilson's Veto. Washington. D. C.-Althoibgh more than a week has passed since the president male his emergency ad dreSs to congress recommending leg i-ationl to stop profiteering-and the 1 Uti~eer- itself had been going on a v-ey alng time before the president bestirred himself to speak about it th concrete results of the campaign s .a," are pretty slim. A few retail erocer's have been arrested and fined ,." c 'harging extovrtionate prices and a number of seizures of storage sup plies have b. en made which may re in condemnation and public sale. high cost of investigating the high cast of living is a preliminary very- much to t...

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. — 29 August 1919

L, AItI3 a_ bead!ºAUG STa9, 91 mon ~ ~ ~ ~ P w ~ F!tw4 :.}F eOisbefim The N ow~hy 'a.e Jr, f ýac .flu. 3 ) P-q_ýr .a ;}; .t \au year aha as ar dren n up any a. tweet ot ieis 'ifltf 'uae we i ,,,! iot -f aa. -w them n os bkroots attb. he be1 tttia, 4 thtr' i- tsis tesir ot Vh n thet bloc,': ag c op pathae bidtr ý l'l be adnsin 1980E puF- I 'sanof th n l in viii assertI 44prVe their fin .i t teo s end i*i xýc_ 7 ý k ij> y ice, ý._ . t -'. Fp. I ,Y to Cý4 ý , S~son. Thejyheueb m a *wter e.perience that ":the o ; s as methods mean failure when . 00. 'i=) evitable day season'coti ne. her of years, of suces with 7 ent prepafation rendel . )f less and coafdent. Te la the laws of rp thq it ,gambled with i84 tarces of .aana is and lost. "Can cry pfai s in sheSen-arid * west be avoided by spegia prepara w tioii-f the soil? Is it possble to ve secure fair crops dering years o! g dronib? Thousands of fare`rs i e Montana who are threshlng tent p to twenty bushels ofwat ~ b~s will answer yes. ...

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. — 29 August 1919

IILOCAL NEWS k'einrich was a Plentywood he first of the week. i. F. Faster of Poplar was a )l . i;OV i o st F rid a y . O ' ` u11hf \waS a Plen t caillrt Monday of this week. illigan of M0ondak was a :ert i`s"t1' Tuesday of this J. Calliwll was a Scobey busi oes ca ler in our city Monday. of :his week. Joe Olson of Dooley was a Plen 1iwood caller Sunday, taking in the Chautauqua. Oscar Collin; of Raymond was a buoines caller in Plentywood Thurs da of this week. A. J. Markuson of the Raymond tric: called in Plentywood Friday rf ht week. H. Shoat and Jack McIntyre were Scobey men who spent Saturday in j rty 001. Peter Burgert of Froid was seen on the streets of Plentywood on To saY of this week. . J. Bingo. well known railroad of Whitctail. spent Saturday ,,I Sunday visiting friends in Plen tywood. r * * Anna Tlrompson and Rachel Pel kie were Medicine Lake people who attended the Chautauqua. Joe Whetstone, editor of the Opheim paper, has spent several days in the count seat this week....

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. — 29 August 1919

SINCLftMSAID FORD DRUHFARMER North Dakota League Con;ress man Urges $5,000,000 Appropriation. FEED AND SEED ARE NEEDED Crop Failures In Several Large Sec tions Threaten Next Year's Farm Production UOeas Special Aid Is Provided. Washington, D. C.-Special aid to farmers who have suffered from drouth during the present crop season is planned in a bill Intro duced by Congressman J. H. Sin clair, the new Nonpartisan leagu' member from North Dakota. The new farmer congressman would have the federal govern ment .appropriate the sum of $5, 000,0Q to' advance feed and seed to farmers who have lost their crops and other .feeds. through drouth conditions. Montana, parts of Wyoming, and western North Dakota have suffered heavily, and there are drouth sections In sev eral other states. Principal oppozition to the measures rmes from the machine republicans Who are anxious to make a showing of so-called EconomZ for political, pur poses. For this reason the bill was referred to the Deficiency commi...

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. — 29 August 1919

SCOUNTY ROUNDUP (Continued from Page Two) f outh Heart, N. D., and pa}er la position as assistant c Sta 2 Bank. Ehe r ''` s. t L C. Lang, of Bis Ar. an a`r here this week, the ý:arck an Mrs Joseph Lang, g t nl being brothers. 11r. M1rs. Joseph P. Oestreec' firo r three y ars have been farm in the V,!vet country, left here ing ink o Melrose, Minn. th nis we Borlei, another one of our ornho is i turning from Camp o' le `i \oinng. stopped off at Jýoplar 10 visit relatives. His father (Co0 BorlQ." lhft Thursday afternoon + Popla b\ auto and will bring Fcraf back with him. Mii.a Ehzabeth McNulty was down from Plentywood Monday looking af .;one of her city property in con nte n \vith calling on friends. 1i and :irs. J. C. Wigmore and Mr. ant. Mrs. (;u:: Allen autoed to williston and back Wednesday. They wvet to visit an eve specialist. Clhas. Peterson of Great Falls, agent for the Twin City Insurance comPany, was in the city Thursday on business connected with the com panY'. Frank Ahern i...

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. — 29 August 1919

- £fl5~rmjuuIii5u NEWS 3ff .1 haverented my farm and am moving to Canada, and will * z offer at Public Sale on Sec. 14 T. 32 R. 56, known as the Malkolm Swanson farm 4 miles east and lA miles north of Medicine Lake on the Dagmar Road I1 2mile southwest Smith School House I.. II I e f-°Jr a ", ic.e. to - m r s -o e I ar d 1' e ^ r GrayI~ar 5 earsoldweigt I 50 = .e s BayHose 7 yar od wigt 20 Whtean bickHefer2 eas Bay are 14 ear ld eigt 140 85 C ICKE S Rd ad whte eifr 2 ear ol Ba ae3ya odwih 006 -vs ter n efr SprngCol, ic mae ol Si eB adworsesB te u ic e a inet, .xe so Tabe A l-su m s af $ 1 an un e fci 2h *a Cente lable, o Kicens oald s okr dozenI15( -his Wht2a~ akHie wriinga S .M O~e Bayhn Mrhin e, o gldo weight 1400alo crc huICOga 12 Rihnered anwhte1 Heieret years cent War R bef ar etsan Oi-coth 2 He ter, ang , ero en di co nt il 6 Calvesn ster s c a nd 3h e e Sprigve i, niayceok m aiare coltst e vlCra eprt Centers Tables, 3 Kitchen Tables, rockers, 2doze chairs, 2kwrting -----timem...

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. — 5 September 1919

Sm .COURTh 1APPLICATION FoB COVUNTY A1UDT) tI }DAY. adge C. E. Comert of Commi fr writ of Altemlite Sto County , orderiag MW l$d y Mr. Pitar &B claim was *d8ad the vouchi* - lagthat she i cla atulgntl y tase, and that it is ` .. liket Sat miht be` W* -EY h PSet Most Be Givews , date, Accoudng Preshleat. OPEN TO N A Politics will be b {. from consideration examination for PLEN'rYWOOD, to an announcemen from the New Yom. tional civil Service According to the Wilson, takig fim A class postmasters taut . appointment must be applicant receiving `til in the competitive In manyl tions have already League's statement . been an attempt by ate the impression t tion was only a manipulation. So propaganda been in that many qualided would otherwise refrained frn A. that without benuseless. be paid to matt citizens residia of thevim.. believe they4 In tbis way rlie a 'ýt*8 q R.. The ,.. ý:: ý`5' -'= ,ý .,.. 0 ,_ ý ; ,._ ._ _.. 'f ,ý .. .j,.,_ i, ,. r .. . , ý. _ ý_' ,.. .. ý 4 a. ' 4 t d ý` a...

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. — 5 September 1919

Can Be Taken by Covespden Only School of Itw Kfud in Ua. . The Rand School of Social Scie ae has for the past six years sought to extend its influence beyond the walls of its building. Many people living in outlying communities are not able to attend lectures and discussioni of vital topics as frequently as are those who live -in the large towns, and es pecially in such industrial centers'as New York and Chicago. To reach just this group of workers, the Rand School of Social Science has prepared six correspondence courses. These courses cover the field of Socialism, social history and econom ics. They have been prepared by men and women who have given years of thought to the question and who have had considerable experience in teach. ing and writing. A complete list of courses is as follows: 1. Elements of Socialism-Ann A. Maley. 2. Social History-Algernon Lee. 3. Socialist Economics-By Alger non Lee. 4. The Labor Movement-By Mor. ris Hillquit and others`. 5. The Human Element in Ec...

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. — 5 September 1919

CONGRSS LESS * 1N FIFORT1~i OURIWASHING 0ON3 N 0 U RW A H I . ,; jP)U ' Amends Food Control Act-. Officers of Big Corporations in Lit tic Danger-Rent Profiteering Avoided-Barnes Calls Conference on Wheat Grades-Colver Gives More Testimony Against Packing Trust-Congressman Kelly Shows Power of Market Controllers- Trade Commission Asked for Facts on Labor Costs. j\ ashington, D. C.-Passage by tle house of the extended Lever food conitu l act, altered by Attorney Gen t al Palmer so as to provide "an ef fective law against profiteers," is the first step taken by congress to meet tik' .ot-of-living problem. It is the one concrete act which the national legI ators have taken in this all-iin matter in the more than two v, i nce "war to the death" was A on profiteering. :a imended food control act is a sanall step at that, for it will , atically cease to be' effective Uon after the treaty of peace is i. Moreover, it has yet to face *iopposition in the senate, where a pw erful group of react...

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. — 5 September 1919

PAPER OF THE PEPPLE, : ýotinuing the, : PEOPLES PUBLI8H)# F~iitered' as ,Secon&w :_ ofiea -nt -6.' Advertising rates. on application. Sub scription 1 year in W~,Jb advance, $2.00 sixes''PptyodVn zOonths $1.25.tfx. ' Quack, fraudulent and irresponsible 4m are o 'knw y a4ertised, and take it as a favor if any readrr ill a vss U romptly ve occasion to doubt or question the re. ility of any elh patronizes our advertising columns. DAY. SEPTERWAR $, 1919 The Clzutauqua There was a time when the Chan tauqua 'was a high class education. institution. But that time is passed. When it was an educational insti tution -we used to hear from the plat form such men as Bryan, Roosevelt, La Follette; Dolliver, Debbs, Hill 'quit, St. John and other national not ables ieptesenting all sides and all siades of thought of the nation. It brought an opportunity to hear the leaders first hand and to find out from their spoken word their ottitude on public questions. It is, claimed with a considierable of...

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. — 5 September 1919

LEOCAL .f. DeMont of scooe1y swp{e V ywood several days this W Ernest Briggs was a Comestowa sier h our city Saturday. .lier i ,. st Briggs of Comertown was Spenty wood business visitor last saturday R McHugh of -Culbertsl was' dftywood caller Monday of this week. * o Lambert of Homestead was a mesins visitor here TuesC6o T week. *. * professor Millbrook and b ef Medicine Lake Sundayed in Plenty ,rod. .. J. Smerude from Flaxvi lle aeen on the streets of Plntywood , Friday. Miss Ellen Wilson left Wednesday for a few days visit at her home in Snowden, Mont. * * Ruby Phalen returned Sunday from a two weeks visit at her home in Qrookston, Minn. John Madden came up' from Reserve Tuesday to call at the county super atendent's office. A. J. Bingo, conductor on the Spo line, was visiting Plentywood friends Saturday and Sunday. Dr. Kromer of Helena spent the 1-2-3-4 of September here testing.aid jtdng peoples eyes with glasses. * $ * Joseph Bauchman of Scobey has accepted a position as cook ...

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. — 5 September 1919

MEDI INE 4K "Bob" McJugh, la Wd th New vans -otel of greeting friends here m * A number of live-ento people of th cits , d'ance at Culbertson muday ni Mt F. P. Ahern, proprietor the Smoke House Pool Room is a business trip to the Twin Ciee r week. J. C. Poe, our popular drngg Mrs. Poe, and family *ere a ;ate friends in Culbertsoi W . F. Harrington of Great PIIe, man ager of the Singer Sei ag Mrghiue Co.; and Oscar .P.- hp 'of were in town Thursday. Mrs. A. L. Temnes left this mon ing for Clinton, Imaw, in re ae a telegram of the da ng e of her father, Mr. E. B. White. Mrs. E. Mensing, the. Missse Bt Bates, Ruth Guy, Emma iane .re, turned Sunday from Dillon where they attended the summer school term. Chas. Madden,, superintendent ýZ the St. Anthony & Dakota L iber Company business in this st ono the state was here Wednesday tc roule airt. Mrs, Fred Bettchner and soule Thursday morning for the Twin-Cities wnere the son wilt sttead school. Mr. Beetschner took them by dut446 Culbert...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
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