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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 5 September 1919

IOUNDUP fromf page Six) thec 'i. wi. Turner fae «~~~ moved in. wholie heaC 11Qa cCabe, Ship 1u aciº farm to' j a t ý p i a c r e. T h e ' ýý <Lwfarm pUCI'ýA at the, Pet c.~uJ ýU er, L, cpectS ii' ;icJ~ \ill go .ul of Hail ntcý II `: ;o ationl jjora YVPCi C n ar; t j~opjJ .' ~o'0~ ;1 UIOUxere ur Tit;'..\u 1IJistoil. ciý 1)u1Lr and Mis l Jrt o,:~ ere Sunday the J. p" Dail iioini Whle ',ý}iik, haOUS been em g roid for tile past months, to her home at Grand Forks ph Ms IA LaM~ar aný B f o feti2.il, N. D.,weehr paving a visit to old-tilt Parves enjoyed an over bun- A with his family at Willis was accompanied on the C. T Knappen who spent the e guest of Dean Purves. . 1.Huff left the first of the week i home at Clarkston, Wash., m le will spend a week or two h bis faniiy before returning to fi aftcr business inlterests here. Lngel, who is no\; engaged in akmg buuins: at Brownton, has trail d liý F'roid residence v to Thorp BioS. of Minneapo "e it Dahl, LW> 'I n and the e .11.Coats a...

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. — 5 September 1919

Ojered 1 Cemt ii !S bl. Courts Goldeb COWt Again oleel Spwiag 1 coudemahes Charies S.- ,ellen ? Of ! fore \Morgan took him e the New Haven road minent in railroad circles west. After the New H been looted in approved W fashion, Mellen retired as th Aoat for the sin which had be tted: *veral years of silence ie a rather unusual interview to prpss. He declaies that the sol ". the railroad problem is f 'overnment to. own the vely as it does the post o le would . add, also all pub lic .e8 Suts mucheof the blamw to , post of hying. an :.the mi . He says test 50 per e population ar4' outside of .5 w production. Sope -work hard a living and abme are mere bar acles. And he tells a little story fro- personal experience which. any iahor 1.aapeelate. Re has aiseed ~seasses wf tlery and sked the ;m wi'E M : `It. y - '1 i srnt a believa that "the days when imane feok'tops ' be let to the hei Veb men are coming to an enc" How is the country going to take Wi)son's message to the railroa'] sla 7. T...

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. — 12 September 1919

HE PN S A PAPER F PE O :E, BY TH'E P P L, FOR THE PEOPLE SConnut UTL.OOK PROMOTER VoL VII Number 4 VOLUE 2 PLENTY ERIDAN COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1919 NUMBE8 STATE BOARD LET $105,500000 0F CORPORATION PROPERTY GO FREE-RSE L AD LIVESTOCK HUNDRED PER CENT DROUTH REUEFLDAN ACT - FARMERSt" T SEPTEMBER 18 It is evident that many of the farmers of Sheridan county muit se cure financial assistance under the p;-riso'ers of the Beln Act, which pr.i.'des for county warrants and ,,.d issues for drouth relief. To get this assistance free holders must sign and present a petition to the Board of County Commissioners. As the largest amount that the commission ers can use for one purpose is $10, 000, it is apparently necessary to call an election in order to allow them to use more than that amount. (Farm ers may secure not to exceed $1,000 each at 6% with such security and collateral as the commissioners may requirc and specified in the law. It may be used for the vari.ts purposes ENG...

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. — 12 September 1919

TERESTS ORDER CONTRIBUTIONS Levy Based on Finances Made for American Committee. (By Harvey Fawcett) St. Paul, Minn.-How the inside ring in Minnesota politics, engaged in fighting all efforts toward progress, is levying funds on bankers and em ployers of labor in general is' made public in a letter written by the manager of the Minneapolis Clearing House assbciation to member banks. To support a new camouflage or ganization known as the American committee these business men are told to contribute so much each, ac cording to their financial standing, in what amounts to an order from up stairs. Few business men in the Twin Cities would dare to disregard such an order coming from such source. even if they were hostile to the pur pose of the fund. The larger employers are asked to put down not less than $2,500 each. A POLITE ORDER In the same manner J. P. Morgan & Co. told certain banks and busi ness houses how large their quota of Anglo-French bond' would be and a few of them ever t...

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. — 12 September 1919

jSTICE OF MluJN pVWW FOR WHEAT ADMIF) M UR WASHINGTON LETTER gelative prices on Low-Grade Wheat l glaised By Grain Administrator- I Consideration Obtained Through I 0rganization-Public Domain Graft Held UP By La Follette-Soldier Bonus Measure Introduced By Con- 1 gressman Baer--Secretary of Ag riculpture Kills Feed and Seed Loan I Bill-Trade Commission Urges Pub-= lic Ownership of Refrigerator Cars. Washington, D. C.-The new stand- I ard price scale for grades of wheat below No. 1 northern, announced by Federal Grain Administrator Julius i. Barnes this week, completely bears out the contention of underpayment under the old standards made by the Nonpartisan league for years past, and was largely brought about by the activity and progressiveness of the Nonpartisan representatives in con gresS. The new price scale announced by the grain corporation went into effect September 2. Under it all dealers will be required to pay producers standardized prices based on the mill ing value of whe...

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. — 12 September 1919

PAPER OF THE BP~J Y "m. ~L FEnon LE P1.2G. tana. PL PUI4' Entied as Second Chass MatItsr, October 1S# m n2, at- the' Ps office at Ple~ywoo4M 'tp, Under the A E adi8 IVI&9 uack, fradualent and irrcsponsible irmr a mt a r. y Advertising rates i as f adv aspp shoud they. he occ.on bu o .the sr I erin l'rouc Newis, Box 4ance, $200 six .I + go . months $1.25.ta. Quack, fraudulent and, irrc sponsible .. irms are not 1kIwrgy4 adve~sd and we will tak it as a favor if sany Wider:wl advise us p nptly should they have occasion to 4coubt by z* i `the re liabi¶ of any firm which patronizes -our 'dverting colamns. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1919 We Face A Criis.- We Should Act Now is the time for all good men-s to come to the aid of the country. It is not the policy . Produce News to advocate goin debt. Yet, at this time, Jounty is face to face with a That crisis is here "the county can procrastinate no longer, if the future of tihe country is to be-protect ed. Owing to the drouth, and the fail ur...

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. — 12 September 1919

- .CL, .. '.NE 5 of Scobey v1i.. pefrt Tuesday. . . E. Farris left to I eks visit at Westby. VorCe was an Outlook shop ecounty seat last Saturday. Au ditor O'Grady made a ip to Scobey last Saturday. General Ford of Helena A0or 'nd visitor last Sat Sohs of Homestead was a L wo business visitor Sat r . Barnes was a well known A visitor in our midst Tues f Sith and Fred Murphy will odaiy for Canada where they tbres * * j logstrom of Whitetail was on the streets of Plentywood j,. and Henry Anderson, both of were seen on the streets of ood Sunday. bristenson who has been vis in the Twin Cities and at Ada, i, returned to Plentod Mon 0r, to Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Linsey' i this city, a baby girl, "Monday aing. Mother and child are doing Father Dillion of Scobey was a l.at'wood visitor this week, holding goly Mass at the Plentywood church Wednesday morning. The Major five-piece orchestra will iy at a dance at Raymond hall, St Saturday night. A good time is sured all that attend this dance. The ...

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. — 12 September 1919

Our Exchanges aid Rmadr BAINVILLE - Judge C. E. Comer was a . ini the city yesterday. John Ltnquist left te )ae part of last week on a short bsdaes trip to Minneapolis. Miss Hazel Calder left Monday for Froid neat which place she has ac cepted a position as teacher. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Leonard came down from Poplar Sunday and were the guests of Bainville friends. Dr. J. S. Geiser is sal tVMB A,D Lyle Bain left this foreoon for Froid where he will spend a few days visiting at the home fo his uncle, John Bain and family. Art Forest and wise left the lel#s part of last week via auto for their old home at Creekston, Mimn., wher they expect to meke slr home. F. J. J. Marquart.of. Minneapolis was pn arrival in the city Tuesday even ing and is spending a few days look ing after farming interests southwest of town. Mrs. E. J. Biadean and son, Wal ter, left last Saturday evening for spend a couple of weeks visiting with Crookston, Minn., where they will spend a couple of weeks visiting with r...

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. — 12 September 1919

oUN ,,,ROUNDUP (GOntild from Page Six) Some after a visit with ti . 0. E. Lien. glive ng and children are ed Olin the Rosenthal cottage e school year. wife and the %the Reuter and wife andbthe e.p~ iv motored to Weyburn, e amirs t of the week. R, the firs iller left Sunday iss DorsGreat Falls, where she .iRg for s tore in the city high ii be a sopllo oLger has rented his farm to 0o ENger "l and in a few days Eger family' ill move into their residene Larson and Haugen, car ergu, Christofferson, mason, ter, anbuild the city of Hanks. she lpige .racking good workmen, , one better. Oliver Sannerud has gone to the SCities to attend the Minnesota ir. Mollie Biever and son Buster t ednesday for an extended visit SMilwakee with her late husband's M1i"s Sanden took her mother to eare Tuesday to consult the Drs. eimae Mrs. Sanden has been in or health for several months. Tr he Anton Otheim, John Johnson, . O. Nesten and Soren Thompson i.ies motored to Hanks S'unday to the day with Mr. and Mrs...

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. — 12 September 1919

V..-o . . m IMil 1NII I lill I Ig ilnn liglalg I M In Mn I I mmI IlM m 1n II Ill • umIm MI nUN I " I n Il II unto I l I nnin mr y /* * I, At the P. A. ass Farm about miles northwest of Westby commencing at 1 o'clock sharp on SBay Gelding Dock 7 years, weight 1500 B E John Deere Binder 8 foot cut with n Bay " Lee 7 " " vas and truck one year old BayDeering Binder 7 foot cut Harr t Black Gelding, Bill 9 " " 1300 M SJ. L A 6 inch-16 Disc with truck SBlack Ho[rse Dan. 1O- I 00 TMJohn DVre Sulky withboth Stubble and , Bay ' Daisy 7 .00,O ST TA RT ST 2 Da ,adley 14" gangs stubble bot. Black " 6 1I* -4 in wagon 1.,,--i P. M. ght W on, Truk Wagon, Hay Rack C A T T L E 125 busnel grain tank, One Double Box .-,H T- D 6 Sets o double harness, FeedsGrinder Nine head of Mich Cows from 3 to 8 yrs A Blacksmith Tools to be sold separately Sixteen head mixed cattle, Ito 3 yrs old- 2 1-2 hore Gas Engine, Pump and pipe Five head of Spring Calves _toos tren onr TERMS OF SALE* All sums of $10 and undo o...

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. — 19 September 1919

T W E .4Duuiu;u E v It , A PAP e * ff P:.EQP.E, BY THE EO L. FOR THE PEOPLE tOnig trhe OUTLOOK PROMOTER VoL VII Number 5 LNW. SE D ,M T FRIDA SETMl _19. 1919 - Ir-.. . PLEN ) OD, SHERIDAN COUN MONTMNANA. FRIDAY, ;SEPTE R 19 1919 ý- .1 . m .m• 'y, .' - " " " ' ÷ - m g " - -e as see a mm w a m e a im m a. me. . , .;r . e m l m ...,ne,, m pInfis L ~~~TAb ITFGEST %E:~BiW S..d and Nonpartisan a a., Endorsed. Orga :*or Lcague Forces to ej:c- and Vigorously 1 :, D:ieat for Copper S ntana, Sept. 13.- fo;i jiall oined , -_ni: arti an League. .:.ach: irng of Ia i -.at to resolu a -d.t co1ferenc:' -,tte na-ed. t. . a " birth " o th.l * ;t lic l l L ,.ý2 . ti i ar, H.I :",ay F:deration:, Den - Ha,-_e ainist , : - n ,i .ve, 1 Tench. . - f .2i er :s", Hon. W .- F. A ,. . c 'Voodru, Si, an Alf. Badden, : ..:~i Tralfds arct S r .,,u , a strong body of 1 ;ei:.r the industries of t '.. ea others intended :, .c;e unavoidably ,'- tir hearty syin i ovlement. in,: niate Compensation Law. !platiform adopt...

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. — 19 September 1919

Having rented my farm, I will offer all my persinal property for sale at my farm 2 1--2 miles south and 2 1-2 miles east of Dagmar, Mont. and 13 miles southwest of. Grenora, N. D. on eI Sale Starts 11 a. m.-Free Lunch at Noon 7 HORSES MACHINERY 12 Cattle Rock Island Gang Plow, P & 0 Sulky Bay Gelding 4 years weight 1350 with stubble and breaker bottoms, Red and white cow 7 yrs just fresh Blr Walking Plow, One-horse Cultivator Black Mare 4 "1300 8ft McCormick Binder, 22 single disc Red cow, 7 years old, just fresh Bay 14 " " 1050 Van Brunt Drill, Iron Lever Dra&, was Red cow, 4 " 1100 Grow Cart, Spring Wagon, Top Buggy Grey Gelding 5 1100 with pole and shafts good as new, Hay Red cow, 5 " milking now Bay " 2 " Rack, 13-4 inch Old Hipkory Wagon Red steer 2 1-2 years old Bay Mare 2 (complete with box, Elk Bob Sled 7 ft MrcCormick Mower, McCormick Rake, 2 Red steers Bay Horse 1 P &0 O7 1.P.Gas Engine, Bin. double Red Heifer 1 1-2 burr "Letz" Feed Mill, Grindstone, Tank Heate...

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. — 19 September 1919

G SEASON S IN FULL SWING. KBR n. s"portsmen started from i.'1 .ywod on the evening of September y.ood order to be on the grounds 15th Tuesday, September 16th. The eOrly d are plentiful and only a ,ild d hunting brings down the few o~:,allowed each person a day, full qu 15 ucks. which i s ducks. Tueshich the first day of the sea Sebuenc's en of this city pro on, . to take a holiday and donning thcir khaki clothes surged forth with th and dogs to shoot the fast-flying gun' and wary blue backs. Nearly ell a' w ith well filled bags. Of courtS the first day's hunting is considerably easier than the days following after the ducks have been shot at . iy times, but still those who at'-\" the proper credentials .and oa kh.ai nimy have their ducks from a ktfl t:, birds begin to wend their o ta ' : t sunny south. TO~I~)iLr SMASH TO- T G ETW E:i IN FRONT OF GARAGE t Sun',a\ ,aiternoon while driving at high p"'ie( down one of the business g h ,cntywood, a car driven bt" a - mnan named McCoy smas...

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. — 19 September 1919

i-AR ..L " Advertising rates on months $1.25. Quack, fraudulent` and i-rcsponsible ,m are .iot ,ioAg . advertised, and we L t as as a ftw" if any r~der * v • us promptly shad they hive loccadion to doubt or ýeuio t e r liability of any firm which -pat .oni2es our advert.ising eluns. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1919 Victory Within Grasp ine Farmer-Labor combination hE an opportunity to eliminate -corru political control such as was nevw before presented in Montana. Rigs at a time when there is a deman irom Maine to California for ctea government, the legislature of DMon trana, backed by Gov. Stewart and th Copper and Power crowds, have see lit to kick the vast majority of th people o," this state square in th, lace. The farmers are organized politi cally and they will stick. 2Lie Laboar League is organized ant proposes to conduct a whirlwind cam paign for membersnip such as this State never wit~ased before. 'fhe,^Labor iLeague has organize, upon a definite platform, mention 'ol which in ae...

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. — 19 September 1919

I0CAL L atdr ý,perto,, spent J.LL1 "i~ a Westby Sea t Monday. down from caie Monday. * .t visit Mon was a Scobey vis $ Saturday. Antelope visitor Scr s Sunday of this Sof McCabc was seen O-t of plentywood, Mon-I a Raymond' wrlD ndas a i de a bsusiness visit to MondaY. cson of Medicine Lake, E..jiting f'riends in Plen E * laUffan of Froid was a ba',tor in Plentywool i 0 - ( e of Redstone ivn pentY od last Friday in Plentproo t rdaY, * \irtz of Outlook spent , ar of last week, shop .er n, , ti . county seat. ,Q,,,an R (.ditone came S;lntvod o tie (dance F* orre.'cok and 7 Mrs. . .at for th: ee days d.ip ritur dU \Vedncs Emma and Lula Gray · ! iss R P, ul Gerring of n n! -wood for a Tuesday. ---e r"_ h. ... ý . week this _, o:i, ,nd wasn 0O " V , ..... I day , her ,ook uler, L. I H*..: f k, Her- brin 1l... .ik.e ·a-1tick alnd Archie wo. out of tc\'ifl boys who - te hop t th . O'rpheumn d t:e h . yright. or the c rne , at the Or St,.da night, the base ball vest have gone a long ways Sco...

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. — 19 September 1919

on, "e.4 3 ,R5 -- ie ot n -8mlses 14ent , - g 14 HOSES1 28 ATTL 28 ACHIERY i .. IlavH e r tmf..nIha e ren t 14y rm and will offer at Public Sale, A g:3e-4 one Sec. 4,T3" m40Reiowi ersolOsrnDs,5Scinrg2WdeTe on e6 , .1350edCoMediciners, o 57-4 l north and 8 mniles east a Geof Medicin Lake---7' miles southwest of Dagmla ar on 1 * N II Sorel M"re 3 " " " 1300 7Red Heier, 1 12Year s old Carohrn aricls, Setoonumerou, to miention. Iron Grey Mae I " " " 1350 5 Sedso12 years oldW M rey Horse Sa " " " 1100 ra. n Cl. Fees l uch B fSlyo GaDl S 4 Black Hos 12 yer ol"eih 14500 Red Cow, 72 years old 1 DEepringBide, V1- anro Barut, 20r Dirnsc adrill, Sorrel Horse Colt 2 " " " 1100 1 Red Bull, 1 1-2 years old Majestbr stove, good as new, Kerosene stove, IrnGe Mare 6t " " 1350 3R Co 2 a l heater, cream separator, 8-gal. churn, iron bed, Greyk Horse Col 1 " 13500 Roa Cowc2k e ars odrc,1SlyPo,1Gn lw o ld Spring Colts e as Davenportess, 1rHrro 6 Chairs, rocker, 8-day G810Some OaCo , Hay and Prairie Hay ...

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. — 19 September 1919

~staTransfers i to e i-4 Nh 1-4, E 1-2 4r -4 NW 1 si E-2 SE 1-4, 36- a _,rJtte Anfinson patent, 1~2 Net lot 1, NE 1-4 t 1- '. 31Q4-53. - h eir, 3.o'f Arthur D. t.h:lto3 and 4, S 1-_2I S12 3 lo- an3 lot 1, SEo ( 4-33-48. Auguste Ros ~ l0bbSe lots 1 and 2, C r. to ssin to Casper ~a ' lots 1 and O oief's .a Smith, R. C., ,o NLe 1-t4o 1-4 N 1-2 Ne. o qE 1-4.NE2 - , ' -2, 2W i-4-3 4-34-52. 1W St toW0 . Sante, war .s to t, 0, .NE 1-4, S 1-2 Sieto Fitz \Maortinson, pat 1-2 t. 1., 1'1, 1-2 W 1-2, l s A. to ichl uchy, poatent, A:.~ to W~oie hurCsle, patent, t o. A. to a Sanden pat S2 SE 1-40, W 1-2 SW -4, $1.2 NW i-4, 28, E 1-2 NE 1-4, s ,ed. Lake to Edw. S. adm, "arranty deed, lot 11, *-. Medicine Lake. ".A. to Ira L. PSittinger, pat ... 4 15, NE 1-4, 22-36-48. 1, A. to MichKellar, Rp C., lots 'l 2, 2lots -142, E 1-2 NE 1-4, getude Vegas to FSank Johnson, 'deed, lot i , block 7, Oie'1 St. Med. Lake to Edw. S. Christian Petersen nt eewarranl, lots deed, lot8, 9, 10, J!'ad 12, block 20, Oie'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. — 19 September 1919

!i + Ue " . . a u " . I I ilyes of Grenora, 7 miles southe1as of rm agmca arI Gorey 12 " " " 1200 a ..eo.Binde 8 foot c.rt ,Bay 2 "" ' 11. O De ring H yR e 1 foot rey Iare 4 II 13 I0 e ooss HarrowDscao foo Black 7 Bi 00 L oHarrowt 1S JohrDer.1 in, c . . S southwest . nra 7m e ses 14 Bat aU - enr wago 86" box milessouteatoBrshLkeos 1-2 So, Ta - i Cl AH OR: SES ii A Grey Gelding Shorthorn ul 2 years Truck wagon and hay rack S y Bugy McCormick Mower 2 Bobsleighstut C* G rey- 7 "+ "l.. 1917 Chevrolet Nels7" " 0 eeron Tank Heater aker 3 YearlingSteers li e13 I esBiderfotut 9 Spring Calves All 'hese cattle are fat Touring Car 12 Barrel Wood, Stock Tontk arnd in fine 2onditi"on Sghton Wag on it12buh Wg L A B3i4re" tlytedorf wago wih36ox I1 Singe Driving Harness Good ddle I Hot Blast Heater Washing Machine lnes i Churn Dinning Table Beds & Springs 400 Bushels good seed Oatst ar ft Other articles too numerous to mention. 3- given until Nov. f cdto 9I onrle paper at 10 percentHA~ STsRH ea...

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. — 26 September 1919

" . . . . ." . %L . .,. • , .° t W "e i· i vOLUME 2 .LENTY OIS*ERIDAI,.-GOUNTY. MONT'ANA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 11919 R VEA I V IANS LTrR IK oppOSING FORCES IN q. . . °" , ~ - ! i German-Entente Alliance Reported paris Correspondent Says Former wil Foes Unite to Crush Russia. the That the Entente has formed an lliance with its recent enemy, Ger- mi many, to crush soviet Russia, and pr that 200,000 German troops are be tag massed with the knowledge and consent of the Allies to march into pe Russia and rescue British soldiers me likely to be imprisoned by ice at Ar- so changel, is the startling news that la comes from Paris. p This news has appeared simul- di taneously in the Chicago Tribune and Fi the Minneapolis Journal from Floyd A Gibbons, their Paris correspendent. Mr. Gibbons writes: "Europe is on fire, and through flames of hate there come daily glimpses of a growing condition f which will shock the people of the A Allied world when it is revealed by A the developments of the n...

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. — 26 September 1919

JUDGE DOESBIS WORST IN TOWN LEY SENTENCE Maximum Penalty of Ninety Days Given Franed-Up Legue Leader Jackson, Minn.-In an attempt tc clear himself before the country Judge E. C. Dean issued a statemeni last week when A. C. Townley and Joseph Gilbert appeared in court foi sentence. In his statement the judge made ar elaborate effort to defend his own ac. tions and those of the county attor *ey for their tactics during the trial, Both defendants were sentenced to 9C days in the county jail, the maximum penalty. A 60-day stay of execution was granted. Because of many glaring incon sistencies and misstatements included in the statement, there is iime ten dency to believe that the document was prepared by hands other than those of Judge Dean. County Attorney E. H. Nicholas al so spoke, defending his own course and complaining against the articles in Nonpartisan league papers show ing that he had aided Teigen in the sale of his anti-League book and had later denied it on the witness stand...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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