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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 26 September 1919

DERAL FARM LOAN T ACE IN FIVE WAYS BY THE LOWER HIS OUR WASHINGTON LETTER 0anges Aim to Eliminate Red Tape ..Wholesale Grocers Find Packer Witnseses Controlled or Afraid Largest Livestock Association Wants Regulation-Farmers' Coan cil Warns of Attempts to Divide- houston Takes Tile Manufacturer for Assistant-Sinclair Still Fight ing for Drouth Aid Bill-Baer Asks Improvement in Northwest Rail Service. Washington, D. C.-By a vote of 108 to 7 the house on September 10 Mesed the bill amending certain sec $ons of the federal farm loan act so as to eliminate red tape in the work igg of the farm loan association. Lit tle opposition to ,this bill is expected is the senate and an effort will be made to have it ready for the presi dent's signature on his return to Washington the end of this month. As amended by the house the fed eral farm loan act now carries the following changes: 1. The appointment of an assist zst registrar in eqch land bank dis tict is provided, this official to have auth...

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. — 26 September 1919

THE PRODUCERS NEWS PAPER OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PRfOPLE FOR THE PEOPIb Continuing the OUTLOOK PROMOTER PEOPLES PUDISRI G COMPANY, PUBIL.r HER Entered as Second Class Matter, October 18, 1912, at the Post office at Plentywood, Montana, Under the Act of March 8, 1879. CHARLES E. TAYLOR, Editor and Maager. Advertising rates on .Communication .bald application. Sub- be addre'ed to scription i year in roducers News, Bo advance, $2.00 six 587, Plefiywood. ... months $1.25. t - . - - . ". --·. . " ; . Quack, fraudulent and irresponsible firms are not knowingly Sadvrtised, and we will take it as a favor if ny 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, SEPTEMBER 26, 1919 Dunn Endorses Johnson It ought to be a matter of great gratification to Senator Johnson, when he visits Helena on the trail of President Wilson, to know that he comes with the highest recommendations of W. F. Dunn...

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. — 26 September 1919

C A-·· 0 L IN%,E Y . L~· :~~~~r"·. ··~; L;.:.. N x was a bCOceyZW wLi Su day in our city. Lasater was a Plentywood r rom Scobey Tuesday of thMs J w. Goltoman of Redstone stopped i. etyood Wednesday of this Aditor K. O'Grady made a ess trip to Outlook Wednesday of this week. Ir. and Mrs. Ed. Hellsado. Bsd j5ghter Clara were visiting in Madoe Wednesday evening. Niels Christensen of Dagmar was business visitor in Plentywood sev erl days last week. L'Mr. and Mrs. B. Anderson of Medi ne Lake were visitors and shoppers in our midst last Tuesday. H. E. Shipley and son of Froid !ere in plentywood on business Wednesday of this week. Art McGahey motored down to poplar last Thursday to take in the fair being held at that town. Joe Kavon and wife reported a pleasant time spent at the Roosevelt e0unty fair at Poplar last week. Miss Clara Helland has accepted a position in the Clerk aid Recorder's dice and started work Monday. Otto Donaldson and family and Carl Wunderlich and family were vis iors...

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. — 26 September 1919

COUNTY ROUNDUP Interesting Coauty Items From Our Exchanges and Readers FROID C. H. Dodd and family who have made Froid their home for the past several years, left Monday night for Springview, Neb., where they expect to make their future home. During the years Mr. Dodd spent here he fol lowed the auctioneer business. L.. H. Voisin and wife of Lisbon, N. D., arrived here this week by auto and are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Schnitzler. Mr. Schnitzler and Mr. Voisin are cous ins and this is the first time they have met in thirty years. The Froid school is still without a high. school teacher although every effort is being made to fill the vacan cy, and it is more than likely that the hoard will soon get in touch with someone for the position. Owing to crowded conditions in the Primary department of tlhe Fzo:ii schools all chi!drean iot of full school age hive been ord ;: ::l rei.,ain at home until the new addition to the present school building has been com peted when th...

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. — 26 September 1919

UNTY ROUNDUP g(Cl ued from Page Six) Sch east of town. Abhie R. Harrison of Plen SAbbiv ed here Sunday and her duties Monday of the 3rd and 4th grades dur Scoming JeaJohn Brenna, of . EeC. son B. Bull, Edward En p' and C. R. Nance were all `rone n Dooley country to try dr Tuesday, the first day of .ir Tlhey all report having the l. -- .ollenstin of Flaxville was a ý. caller the first of the week. pC erkins was up from Westby, the first of this week. oaC. Stanfield of Plentywood was ies caller here last Tuesday 0 Johnsong of Redstone was 'sacti J~ obusiness in this city to day of this week. oey .Gray of Redstone was in ge Tuesday looking after the aLindeaann oil station of this Pw' Schatteman, who has been Chjg at Atkinson, Ill., returned isitingee and was accompanied by ee bride. Congratulations. Mrs. George T'relenga and little gtcr retu.ned home Tuesday f.at fw weeks' visit, spent with relatives at rnde,,lwood and Max, N. lar:y F. Brown returned from Wood Mountain, Sask., where he...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 26 September 1919

use of" As O-:r frv e ~aideof the ro9sm s ~ moedsy s, but ice muxst 'know w I6 :. noU7 Pa p arp In WHY? Ve; last issue of the Froid Tribune published the fact that the- chool route west of Froid had been award 4t. * r. Strand at $95.00 per month. I sumbitted a bid at $90.00 and wish tow ask the school board to please st*.a publicly why they turned me daom who has driven this route for a number of years and gave it to a higher priced man? I have an abund ane of good horses and feed to handle this job, am as competent a driver as Mr. Strand, had four child ren on the route so was personally in terested in safety to all, and my bid was~ p. month lower. I have paid school taxes here for 16 years, my school tax last year being $60.00 and will probably be higher this? How much has Mr. Strand paid to schools? I have driven this route when it was two or three times as long as now, taking in every child of school age west of town. I furnished my own covered rig, stove, roles, etc., and got $...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 3 October 1919

e- . ... "'rI . ":..' N MB R -·' 4-·: 1- ~1_ APAPER d~ `` -.f YWTE PEOPFLE,FRTE ~~··:~~TE VoL VI Numb r 7~ ·~;-· LU 2 C .OOD., -ISDI -UTY, NANA. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1919 M h.jncton.ile.AginstCassiticationEraft. ,. - V ut.., e;·~t*.-i ..AIL gRIDAN COUNTY BOY TOR TURED AT ALCATRAZ PRISUN J0ohn A. Hardersen, Young Home- o steader of Archer, Conscientious objecto, Tortured in a Manner Would Put Sioux Indians y to Shame, and Recalls the Blood u Curdling Tales of the Dark Ages. ENGLISH WRITER TELLS TALES OF PRISON HORRORS ' There is a Sheridan County boy, a Conscientious objector being tortured at the Alcatraz prison, in the military prison on the island of Alcatraz, in San Francisco harbor. This young man was once a home steader at Archer, be fore the dark days of the war settled over this fair land of ours. John A. Harderson was known and loved by all of his neighbors. He was honest, clean, conscientious, lov able-a Christian gentlelhan, loved and respected by all of his friends and neig...

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. — 3 October 1919

COUNTY ROUNDUP Interesting Coumty Items From Our Exchanges and leaders OUTLOOK Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Nau are the proud parens of a baby boy, born last Friday afternoon. Mrs. Clair Stoner was a Plentywood caller last week. Miss Mildred Apel arrived last Monday morning from Worthington, Minn. She is teaching the Meharry's school A new crossing has been laid on Main street and the street is being filled in, which is a great improve ment to our little city. Miss Roach is again on the job, dishing out the mail after a three weeks vacation. Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Nelson have re turned after spending three weeks east. While away they took in the Minnesota State Fair. FROID Twelve of Froid's younger set of boys and girls gave Melfort Dahl a eery pleasant surprise at his home Wednesday evening on account of his leaving for Fargo to spend the winter in college. The young folks gather ed at the home of Mr. and' Mrs. M. B. Hogan and went to the Dahl home in a body where a splendid time was enjoyed u...

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

~AT STRIKE OF STEEL WUORKRS CIIALLENGES INDUSTRIAL AUTOCRACY OUR WASHINGTON LETTER pole East Aroused BY s-ruggie- -jfploYers Violate Constitution- - Mach Speculation on Conference Called By Wilson for October 6- plumb Plan Stops Rush to Return luds--Delegates Gather for In ternational Labor Meeting Under League of Nations--Lodge Quotes Mliners as Against League. washington, D. C.--AI observers is the .ast consider the steel strike , tvent of first magnitude. The whole world of eastern industry holds it breath over the possible outcome. In a special sense it is a struggle be tween the old order and the new. The great steel trust broke up the 5nions of American workers over a generation ago. Native labor was gruallY replaced by workers lured from the farms and towns of south-' ern Europe. With this raw material ghe trust has been able to exercise an autocracy over the livelihood of its .ployes comparable to nothing found in mere political forms. At the name time the trust fastens its ...

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. — 3 October 1919

THE PRODUCERS NEWS PAPER OF THE PEOPLi, BY TH PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPig 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. CHARLHS E. TAYLO{ Editoý , nd Manger. Advertising rates ona uiiozi i atbe addtess t' The scription 1 year in rducers News, Box advance, $2.00 six 587, Plt ntywood, 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, OCTOBER 3, 1919 Not High Living Nlcholas Murray Butler, president of Columbia university and one of America's leading examples of the combination of the supposed scholar and reactionary politician, is credited with the inane remarks that our trouble is all due to high living. ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 3 October 1919

-LOCAL NEWTS Hi h I H i l • ' I i l 6 l TttY `a a outlook visitor in Ad -ednesday. d; rcitY • ale e up from Wolf Point T. rtrl i Monday. ,a btuiness t , wasa Dooley resident in n . st first of the week. and Donie Young were Home- v .a1lers in our midst last Fri- b G Tyler of Homestead called in f PG. lwod several days the first of ple nt.o e thweek. ,ýt Olson was a Plentywood caller fothe Dooley district Thursday of this week. and Dan Campbell were Red sitors in town Tuesday of his week. Edward B. Robinson of Bainville topped in the county seat Monday of Iis week. Mrs. F. E. Stringer of Flaxville a shopper in he local stores Wed sday of this week. 1fr. and Mrs. R. C. Rasmussen of DooleY were Plentywood shoppers Wednesday of this week. Mrs. R. E. Nix was a Culbertson resident seen on the streets of Plen tywood Tuesday of this week. plentywood residents were treated to their first taste of winter last Sun day when a small blizzard struck the city. Mrs. Deela Meltzers and son Max of Da...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 3 October 1919

r iti:rL H:L lY S l I have rented mny farm and will offer at Public Auction at I *d rn my place 7 miles south and 1i mile east of Comertown and one whalf mile south of McKinley School House on I ___ Iu31 Horses Cattle Machineryf Roan Gelding 8 years weight 1600 6ilchcows Molin Wagon T Wao Drag a M 7 1 6 Cook Car Truck 2 Seated buggy G elding 7 " 1350 6 Yearlings McCormick binder Gang Plow Disc Sorrel " 14 " " 1500 Black Mare 5 " " 1000 2 TWo year olds McCormick Mower and Rake " Belgian Stallion 12 yrs. " 1500 Cream Separator Hero Fanning Mill "Gelding 3 years 4 Calves Sulky Plow Wire and fence posts ".,,Gelding 2 ye.ars old4seshres Wlpupadie ,Bay Marde Colt one year old Household Goods W aarness bob seil pump and pcie " sucking colt all to be sold outfit and many other articles SFREE LUNCH AT NOON--SALE STARTS1P.M. TERMIYS of SALE: All articles of $10 and under cash, articles over $10 time will be given until October 1, 1920 on good bankable paper, at 10 percent p S EMTNG wnerU JKJ....

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. — 3 October 1919

cONTY WOUNDUP DAGMAR se as a plentywood busi- a Ole Jensen t Fiday.I s .gborg spent the week end iS. r s in Plentywood. c tig eterson and J. P. Olson t %CWd pdeter isiting at the J. M. 7 SundaY rierson Brothers finished thresh S psonek They report an aver Slast .ve bushels through the ;ield of five e n countrsenen, who has rS. the5ick list for some time a on 0on the road to recovery. is nooi ne"s to her many friends vicinity. ins cixon'S big barn was de ped by fire last Sunday night, to edith a loft full of hay, some eet idharnesses. The origin of et fead .ind l o" I re is unknown. the are COM "ERTOWN anes Hurley left Sunday via Plen J-, for Froid where he will visit before ong to the west coast to b the winterl'. Miss Ethel Franey p Dooley and Robt. Brockley accom panied him to Flentywood. A baby iborn was born to Mr. and ars. Darel McKay of Minneapolis, Frida Sept. 5th. It is now Grandpa ad Grandma McKay. Thos. Brockley and R. P. Fitzger ald arrived here with their band of lambs 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. — 3 October 1919

- - "i . I am going to rent my farm and will offer at Public Auction at my place 3 miles east of Dagmar and 1 mile southwest of Brush Lake the property described below on I I Sale Starts 10a. m.-Free Lunch at Noon HORSES Cattle Machinery Bay Gelding 8 years old weight 1300 7 foot Deering Binder Sulky Plow Bay Mare 7 " " " 1150 14 Head of Good Milch Cows Walking Plow Disc Wagon with box Black " 7 ', " " 1200 5 Steers 2 years old Top Buggy 1 Set Breeching Harness Bay " 6 " " " 1100 1 Steer 3 years old 2 Sets field harness Single Harness Sorrel " 2 " " " 900. Sorrel Gelding 1 " " " 700 4 Heifers 1 year old Household Goods Black " 2 " " " 950 5 Yearling Steers Blac 2 Leather Davenport Dresser 3 Chairs Bay Mare 1 " " " 800 11 Spring Calves Dining Table Bed and Matress Rocking Chair Cook Stove Cupboard 4 Burner Kerosene Stove with Oven Cream Separator new Kitchen Table Gas Lamp Washing Machine I_ _ . ,Other articles too numerous to mention TE RS oLf SL E " All articles of $10 and under ca...

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. — 10 October 1919

A PAPER TPIt *S THE PEOPLEW D Y OF ERMA 19 . NUMBER 26 ARGO BANK ON LFAGUE I .& JOE DOLIN HAD CHANGE OF E - Thinking of Joining the Nonpartisan and Working For the Interest of the Taxpayer? --r esteemed contemporary seems Sfering from a case of l~s regarding the accountant who goig over the records at the house. fl ng since has Joe been s.li for the preservation of the of the taxpayer? Well let us anaylze the matter a t after the accountant arrived the matter of printing the bal for the special election came up the oice of the Clerk and Record ad Joe was pressing him for the r. In fact we understand he had forms ready to put on the press, the Clerk and Recorder took him to consult with the accountant re gaig it, in view of the protests g filed against the election being ld. The accountant advised against order, and advised the Clerk and eorder to wire the Secretary of as he did not think the elec t would be held. Joe argued that t time was short, and the order jsld be placed at ...

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. — 10 October 1919

A CARLOAD OF VEGETABLES Squash, Onions, Carrots and Parsnips TO BE SOLD ON TRACK At REDSTONE, Tues., Oct. 14 -- SCOBEY, Sat., Oct. 18 MOB AT UNIVERS1TY. DUCKS NONPARTISAN Reporter for League Papers Told He Isn't Wanted at State School. A yelling mob pf University of North Dakota students composed of sons of I. V. A. leaders, sons of bank ers, politicians and merchants, threw Maurice Smith, a reporter for the Grand Forks American, and a student at the university, into a stream of water running through the state uni versity grounds, kept him in the water with paddles, pelted him with mud, an fdorced him to duck his head in the mud, because he is a support er of the Nonpartisan League, Friday night following a stag mixer of the students. "It isn't because we have anything against you," the mob leader said to the student who was thrown into the icy water. "Its because you believe in the Nonpartisan League, which isn't right. You are about the only one in the school who does, and we don'...

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. — 10 October 1919

oRGANIZED LABOR FIGHTS GREED IN GREAT BRITIAN AND AMERICA 0Ui. WASHINGTON LETTER ' So ;o,,ve-rnment Likely to t] ,'od G ,or" E d-l Senators Learn of "ii il tzrt At rtoities-President's c.' 'e at Critical Time- litr: ' Ila::lnn.d to Put American I r on'I Reicord for Militarism- e Le~ n-' .a~li Bill Has Vicious t t(or;l, Stat. s Prevented From a i ro f - ar Auto Parts By Child- f 5';l~ a ( t 1 asoning. i h otlitial , . n t .. C. -Official Wash in l' .:.imot no attention to .n ; . . --hich may easily ,. i;r - tcrnational situa t ?t,, ace treaties and the a., r:. , from London in r hri Vat . ri.pl. industrial alli Sca. r l ,,,"paring, since the re rc' ha. .:1 es as to the real . itt t Russia towards . . n and the United , 1( iin early election. , n. the miners and . ration will seek to r;ee and W\ar Minis S,, ,reign, and the ap--; ut ( L' to choose a new , . v .- \, f tly follow. , onfidlent of electing ,l I: .1 ' house of commons S :,. withdrawal of Santi-Soviet forces. : - they expect...

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. — 10 October 1919

THE PRODUCERS NEWS PAPER OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPI! Coiag th". . the OUTLOO PllOTEI PEOPLES PUBLISHING COMPANY, PUBLISHER Entered. as Second Class Matter, October 18, 1912, at the Po*tt. office at Plentywood, Montana, Under the Act of March 3, 18 1 CHARLES E. TAYLOR, Editor an;.: Manager. ? Advertising rates on : " ominunication shou)4 ap pli ca t o a. Sub-. .be -adressed to scription 1 year in' Producers News, Bex advance, $2.00 six 587, Pletgiywood, Moni 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 adikise us promptly should they have occasion to doubt or question the re liability of any firm which patrbnizes our advertising columns. FRIDAY, OCTOBER, 10, 1919 We Can Save The League Why is it that practically all those d~esignated as radicals oppose the plan adopted for a league of nations? People outside this camp are some what divided--some want it just as it is; som...

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. — 10 October 1919

LOCAL H====~~r~II~_CI of Reserve was,t vis tyVlod S ° 7 ° e-1 Johnson of Glasgow is a Plen eo oisitor the past several days. S rGrace Reynolds was a Froid tGrs.in Flentywood last Saturday. p t . J. Cure was a court visit Artr plenty-ood Wednesday of i A. E. Hurst was a Kalispell visit i nPlentywood several days last V week. * rs. Nettie Mussman came up from loid last Friday to visit friends and ,hop here. . A. Bingo of Whitetail was vis i plentvood friends Friday and 5aturday. . . S. Johnsonf was a Scobey man sbo sopped in the county seat last Friday. . . * E. D. Baughman came down from tgedtone on bu:iness Saturday of last week. Sheriff Mackenroth of Williston Bas seen on the streets of Plentywood TuesdaY. Glen R. Bach was a business caller ie Plentywood from Medicine Lake Friday of last week. Joseph Bauchman of Scobey stop ed in Plentyýood Wednesday on his way to Whitetail. ,Mr. H. Shei, 1r, D.,Merk-and. W, Hage came up from Reserve to visit he county superintendent last Sat wYa. ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 10 October 1919

loe willslll ofm esna/rpry/eades fpiet the highest bidder ' - - [ I I t' Sor ses CtteMachinery Grey Gelding 7 years weight 1500 6 hedo xr odmlhcwal New John Deer~e Gang Sulky Plow Bay " 8 " " 1500 ar•iigahayfo fml o 7 foot Binder good as new Grey " 8 " " 1400 a" aellevyitclfMonitor double disc drill Water Tank " ", 9 " . " 1300 2 yaol efrwtclf Osborne Disc new Wagon comphete BayMar 5 " 200, 4 horse engine and feed grinder DakBay Gaeldn 5 yer " 1200 1 Trick Wagon & Rack Spring Wagon ... ark ay Gldig 5 ears" 120 6McCormick Mower and Rake . Dining table 6 dining chairs Buffet 2 yerodAgsBlwl rd24 foot steel harrow Driving Harness . Leather rocker Book case 1917 Ford 5 haofatlwileadebyneBob Sled Narrow Tired Wagon Other articles too numerous to mentiono h egbr 3sets work harness Cream Sepa 'ator : ~SALE. STARTS 12 M. -- LUNOH B.EFORE SALE | ". mn'..rc .., €. T ". All articles of $10 and under cash, articles over $10 time will be TER.MS of.: SA . .c..o given until October 1, 1920 on g...

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