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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 7 November 1907

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. ^^lbsl INTHE WORLD OF COMPETITION (From^In a 8od Homo,^ by Elline^Bowies.) OldSusan Kellum owned a cow Andlived in Qcrman town.^In telling milk she found the must Competewith neighbor Brown. 'Twaaalmost like starvation for Herselfand little Dick.^One day her boy came running in Andsaid, ^Brown's cows is sick.^^Then quickly came a twinkle in OldSusan Kellum'a eye;^It seemed she wouldn't worry, though Herneighbor'8 cow Bhould die. Brown'scustomers began to come Tobuy her milk and ceeara;^She sold a pint to Dr. Smith, Aquart to Lawyer l)^vam.^And Brown himself came over then, Tobuy a quart or so,^' Twas then that Susan tried her best Strongsympathy to show;^But she couldn't hide the twinkle Inthe corner of her eye;^'Twas plain she wouldn't dress in black ThoughBown's old cow should die. 8hesold new mlk, skimmed milk and^cream; Soldall the cow would give.^And little Dick and Susan K. Thenknew how to live.^A box must hold two sacks of flour, Theshed a ton of...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 7 November 1907

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. State Department DoNot Miss This Opportunity Thetrial of Steve Adams is stirring up the West as never be^fore. Jurors are disqualifed for being Socialists. The class^struggle is recognized In court and class conscious workers^disbarred Socialism is made an issue by the prosecuting^attorney and every prospective Juror is asked by the attor-^ney for the state if he reads the Montana News. Nowis the time to get socialist papers read by the work^^ing class. Oet them to reading the progress of the trial^from a socialist standpoint. ThaMontana News is the only socialist paper that has^a correspondent at the trial. Ida Crouch- Hazlett is at the^Scat of war and will go to Boise to report the trial of Petti-^bone which is slated to take place after Adams trial is fin^^ished. Inorder that as many people as possible may read the^facts of the trials from the working class side, we offer to^send the Montana News to any address ten weeks for ten^cents. This is a vary...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 14 November 1907

MONTANA NEWS. J^e (list System wnuAJra pibi isur.b ay the socialist pajkty or nsmtana OL.TL HILENAMONTANA, TH1TK8DAY, NOVEMBER 14 1907. NO.1 JURYSATISFACTORY TO ALL Rathdrum,Ida., Nov. 6.^Both tides seem to be well pleated^With the jury in the Adams rase. At^^torney Knight, leading counsel for the^prosecution, stated he was willing to^leave the outcome of the case in the^hands of the present jury. Complexionof the Jury.^The jury and its occupation and poli- Ratthdrum,Ida., Nov. 7.^Mr. J. M Gentry and Mr. Edward^Htanttbury were two witnesses called^by the state that have gone far to-^wads strengthening Adams case in the^trial now pending. These men were^employed by the big timber companies^in timber cruising. On one of these^trips their party penetrated into the^heavy, brushy woods, and there came^upon the remains of a dead body lying Wearc Apposed to government by injunction. We arc opposed^to any method of Jurisprudence which makos a czar of a judge, al^^low him to make arbitrary l...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 14 November 1907

IHKMONTANA NBW8. SUBSCRIPTIONS1 )aaYear S*c HaMiiathaHi Oneceat per copy in nana lea ap ta 50* Nations'Meadqaartera. Mahlea Barnee. Sac-^etarr. Run 300-302. BejUiaa Bldg . Dear- ajBBs*-- Cklcaa-u. III. StateH^-aJ.in^tirr^. Jaa. D. Graham. Secre^^tary. If l'atk Atoii^r. Heleaa. Mant. STATECABINET GeorgeAmbrose^John Home^). F. Mabie^George Wesleder^T. J. Rooney ButteBillings^Chico^Great Fall*^Livingston ANOTHERMILESTONE PASSED. Withthis imuc of the paper the^Montana N'ws enters .mother year of^^t^ existence. Two year* ago. when^the Montana Socialist Party voted to^talte over, own an J publish the Newa^aa a party organ, the question of the^success of a party owned press waa^purely experimental. The party took^the paper because they were in a eul^ale sac and had to do something. The^News, started as a socialist sheet by^the preceding owner, was not filling^the bill owing to its being too big a^proposition for one man to attenii to,^and the support to a private enterprise^was not suffici...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 14 November 1907

MONTANANEWS, HELRNA, MONTANA. BROTHERHOOD. Theerett and crowning of all good,^Life'* dual star, is brotherhood.^For it will bring again to earth^Her long Jost poesy aad mirth;^Will send new light on every face,^A kingly power upon the race^And till it come, we men are slaves^And travel downward to the duet of^gravee. Come,clear the way, then, clear the^way I Blindcreeds and kings have had their^day. Break the dead branches from the^pathl Ourhope is in the aftermath^^Our hope it in heroic men,^Star led to build the world again.^To thie event the ages ran:^Make way for brotherhood, make way^for mant Edwin Markham Russia. Accordingto the official returns, out^of 5,443 electors, 2,670 are classed as^Moderate*, 2,100 as Right, 508 as^Left, and 165 as unknown. Nineterrorists were executed at^Warsaw on Sunday last. Despitoall the efforts of the Czar's^government the elections in the Cau^^casus have resulted (or are now sure^to do so) in the return of a SocialDem-^oerat. In Tiflis the entir...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 14 November 1907

a MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. State Department DoNot Miss This Opportunity Thetrial of Steve Adams is stirring up the Wast as never be^for*. Jurors are dlsqualifed for being Socialists. The claaa^etruggle is recognized in court and class conscious workers^disbarred Socialism is made an issue by the prosecuting^attorney and every prospective juror is asked by the attor^^ney for the state if he reads the Montana News. Nowis the time to jet socialist papers read by the work^^ing class. Get them to reading the progress of the trial^from a socialist standpoint. TheMontana News is the only socialist paper that has^a correspondent at the trial. Ida Crouch-tlazlett is at the^scat of war and will go to Boise to report the trial of Petti-^bone which is slated to take place after Adams trial is fin^^ished. Inorder that as many people as possible may read the^facts of the trials from the working class side, we offer to^send the Montana News to any address ten weeks for ten^cents. This is a ve...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 21 November 1907

MONTANANEWS. OWNP.BAMD rvmi ISMir.B BY THE SOCIALIST PARI Y Of MARIANA Abolishthe Capt-^Uilist System VOL.Tl HELENAMONTANA, THIIBSDAY. NOVEMBER 21 1907. NO.2 Ut* QutonMI Lssrarjj HAWLEYCOMES TO THE KtSCUE Specialto the Newt. Rwthdrum,ti9v. 12.^Monday morning Mr. Hawley took^his place aa loading attorney for the^prosecution ami conducted the que*^tioaing. Thedetoetive evidence has com^^menced this ^week. C. 8. Thiele, man^^ager of the Thiele National Detective^agency in Spokane, was first on the^stand. He has the name of being the^champion liar of the northwest, and^the way Darrow tangled him up on^the stand did credit to his reputation.^These rejutilee swear a man's life away^to get the bread that supports them.^Their tales are carefully prepared be^^forehand, they know eiactly what to^eipc.it and to the unsophisticated it^appears that tbey are telling a straight^story. SameOld Tale Hetold of arresting Steve In Ore^^gon, said he was working under He^Parkind and the state of Idaho. H...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 21 November 1907

THKMONTANA NEWS. HifS*M^al^^e ky Mm ISSUEDWKKLY. orricisafakic av^. p. o. box 90I la atth^ P.^i OSUa far utMB-NKi^^ tb^ mall at aacaaS claaa rata*. AAdraaaall caaaaiaalcatiMa aa4 aiaka all payableto the Mnaaaaa N^w^. 1Man*a)^r. J^i StattaSMfatarr B.GraK idacrovch.iiazlett^Mm j.r. MABIE.^^^ ... ^^^^^ Editor SUBSCRIPTIONS! OaaY^iar IM SisMontka ^** Onecant per copr In baaSlaa ap to 5(0 Nattona-Headquarter*. Mataloa Raraea. Sec^^retary. Room 9nv.W2. Rarlatoa B1d^.. Dear-^aora St.. Cbicaan. III. StateHaadqaartara. Jaa. D. Grabaia. Sr.-ra^tar^ 15 I'aik Avenue. Belaaa. Mant. 5tatecabinet^George Ambrose JohnHome^J. F. Mabie^George Wesleder^T. J. Rooney ButteBillings^('biro^Crest Falls^Livingston ARETHEY SATI8FIED Adispatch from Lewistown slates:^^The iiii]irnvi'iiicnt^ in business condi^^tions arc now so far advanced that the^elevator company has made, announce-^BJBJSS of its intention to resume, to the^aatisfaetion of the farmers, who will,^however, receive a lower price now^than It*) .li...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 21 November 1907

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. I HOWHB LIVED Bobe died for hi* faith. That it fine Morethan most of us do.^But May! Can you add to that line Thatho lived for it, tool Itis easy to die. Men have died Fora wish or a whim^^From bravado, passion or pride; Wasit hard for himf Butto live; every day to live out Allthe truth, that he dreamt,^While his friends mot bis conduct with^doubt, Andthe world with contempt Wasiit thus that ho plodded ahead, Neverturning aside 1^Then we'll talk of ^tho life that he^led Nevermind how he died. Ernest Crosby. Whatthe Socialists Want (Continuedfrom Pags 1.) grain where the man with the flail threshedbushels. everywhere. Withrelation to th*^e wonderful^machines the members of society are^divided into two classes^those who^OWN and those who DO NOT OWN^the ma.'bines. Tin class that own the machines^does not need to work. They may^be. like the owners of the great Mar^^shall Field estate, wards of a court.^They may bo insane, infanta, in jail.^This does not ine...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 21 November 1907

4 MONTANAmsWB, HELENA, MONTANA. State Department ^4 YouSocialists Just Can't Win! Youhaven't got the organization to win, and that's a iact. Whenyou sap the resources of the enemy bjf making Socialists^Mtd party members of working men who ik^vv suppoi i Ci,)itaiisiu^yac will have some chance. Dreamtif,rightly named, are those svbu give no thought to^^rganization, ami .uiaginc the enemy will tail bcUMf their iadividaaJ^knowledyi ami effort* TheSocial Mil Party started the last Presidential campaign with^16,975 mmberij made some uoiae, and had 4OJ^,2;i0 Socialist votes^counted. Theparty membership now numbers about 30,000; it can be^made 40,0( 0 before the end of the year. If the vote in the next cam^^paign is proportioned, as previously, to the membership, America^will take her rightful place in the international procession and^STAND A MILLION STRONG. Areyou a member^ If not, then do something worth while, join^the party and have the President of the United States talking about^you i...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 28 November 1907

MONTANANEWS. OWNEDAND PUBLISHED BY TUX SOCIALIST PARTY OF MONTANA VOL.VI. UfaCui(ort^M uungf HKTJCNAMONTANA, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 28 1*07. SO.8. McPARLANON WITNESS STAND Specialto the Montana News. Rathdrum,Ida., Nov. 19. Theprosecution in the Steve Adams^case asserted in its opening statement^that its chief relianco for conviction^was the confession of Adams. The^confession was introduced with Mc-^Parlnn on the stunJ. On crose exam^^ination Mr. Darrow questioned this^old Pinkerton fox closely in regard to^his entire life; to which Mr. Hawley^^tfrenuouMv objected. He said tho^purpose of bringing out McParlan'a^connection with tho Pinkerton agency^and his breaking up of the Mollie Ma-^guires was for the sake of prejudicing^the jury. The judge, however, allow^^ed the questioning. Thetestimony of McParlan was a^disgrace in its bitter and outrageous^attacks on organized labor. Inspeaking of the unions of the^coal miners in Pennsylvania, which he^disrupted thirty yeurs ago, lie denied^that...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 28 November 1907

THBMONTANA NKW8. IHtflDWIIK1V. SBPA UK ATX. p. o. BOX 90S mmall mumlfUIwi and italic^r putMii U) tfca Hantaaa New*. IDACHOVCX HAZIXTT J.r. PtABIC.^A..octal. Editor VMCMPTIONSi lasTsar Soc taMoatfca -^- Onaeaat par copr ta handle* ap ta SM Ural)^ead iaar^a^^. Mataloa Raraea. Sac-^Boom nvjoa. BaTUtaa Bla^.. Dear^l. Cktcas*. UL aarfqa^rtara,Jaa. D. (irahaat. Secra-^tarr. 15 Park A^m^^. Halaaa. Moat. STATUCABINET GeorgeAmbroseButte JohnHome ^Billings J.F. MabitChico GeorgeWeslederGreat Kalis T.J. Rooney- Livingston GREATSTATESMANSHIP. Thelatest from WiHiam .leanings^Bryan ia the rerommen.lation to have^the government ^guarantee all depo^^sits in all national banks, the banks^thus guarantee.! to reimburse the gov^^ernment for any losses incurred. Ofcourse, it would no do for the^government to conduct the banking^business. Oh no. that would not be^wise statesmanship. But it's all right^to turn the busiueaa over to a gang of^speculators and let the government^guarantee their losses. Willso...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 28 November 1907

AUTUMNDATS. Theautumn day* are leaving us,^Witb all their golden cheer; Thejoyous hours we love bo well,^Of all the gladsome year. Thedays we spent in wan.lering free^Through woodland brown and red,^Where ripening nuts hang threaten-^ingly Intreotopa overhead Wherethe aong bird trills hia fare^^well note^From his perch in the tree top high;^And we note the call of the wild^duck 'b brood,^As swiflty southward, they fly. Thelittle brook is whispering low,^As it speeds to its ocean home, Ofthe cruel ice that will bind its tide^When the winter days have come. Theyellow corn is gathered in, Andsafely stored away;^While in the mow in fragrant heaps, Isthe new-mown clover hay. Theapples are plucked from the or^^chard trees,^And placed in the cellar below,^Where the pumpkin pies, and the^mince-meat, too,^Stand on the shelf in a row. Wesee the mow clouds swiftly ^cud Acrossthe leaden sky.^We hear the wind speak sharp and^clear, Ofwinter that's drawing nigh. Butere the autumn days depart, Whi...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 28 November 1907

MONTANAITBWS, HELENA, MONTANA. ^State Department m: Mrs.John Hudson of Dean se nds in^#5.50 for tubs. ArthurStevenson gets in with a^couple from Chimney Rork. GreatPalls sends for 2i^0 tickets for^a program and social dance to be giv^^en Dec. 17. Now comrades in all the^other towns got busy We ought to^have an organization like the Qreat^Falls Mutual lmpovement club in ev^^ery town .'ind make our clubs and lo^^cals the social centers of the working^clas, where we can meet for both in^^struction and entertainment. Let the^working claae provide their own amuse^^ments and patronize them and keep^the money in their onwn c!ass. Don't^wait for some capitalist tt come along^with a show. Qtt up one youraelves. Comrades,I will do what I oan^under the hellish capitalist system, I^will do all I can financially for the^cause of the producing classes. I will^forward to you, Jim, five dollars to^help Comrade Hazlett stop the perse^^cution of the socialists. I tell you,^Jim, I '11 lay down my life...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 5 December 1907

MONTANANEWS. OWNEDAMD PliBl.lSHUD BY Till SOCIALIST PARTY OF MOrfTANA AboMttm Caps^^tans! System TOL.TL LENAMONTANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1907. NO.4 PETTIBONETRIAL BEGINS Boise,Idaho, Dec. 1.^Sheriff Shad^Hodgins and force of deputies yester^^day completed the serving of summons^on the talesmen for the special veniro^of 100, to respond for service when the^Pettibone trial is resumed Monday^morning at 10 o'clock. Duringthe day yesterday the eleven^talesmen now in the custody of the^bailiffs awaiting the opening of court^Monday, informally reported at the^court house and to the court. They^were given magazines, papers and^reading matter, all of which had been^censored relative to anything concern^^ing the trial, after which they return^^ed to the quarters at 612 Bannock^street where they enjoyed a session^of news, fiction and romantic. In the^afternoon they took a long walk out^beyond the Boise barracks returning^just before the supper hour. AttorneyW. E. Stone of counsel for^the sta...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 5 December 1907

MONTANA.NEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. THKMoNTAWA NRWS. OfTTCK^ rAUK AV*. P. O. BOX 908 thrmall ml asarnid ^^!^^^ rate*. aili ii'^^^ aaa make all paraMoto ttta Haattaa News. GraKam. Jr. NAME.^A..o. lata Cellar ms, OaaTaw a*Months Onaaaat pa* copy la taaJtaa ap to WO ra-Mr-r'Hoadqaartara. Maalaa Baraea. Sec-^lan JBMBa, Baylstoa Bid'.. Dear-^l. Chlcas^^. HI Haadiaarlara.Jaa. D. Srahaai. Sacra-^^avT M Park Arena*. Helena. Moot. 3TATBCABINET ButteBillings ChicoGreat Falli GeorgeAmbrose^John Horn*^J. F. Mabie^George Wealeder T.J. Rooney Livingstoa Woare aorry to see a Urge num^^ber of socialist papers taking the pres^^ent panic seriously and hypnotise^themselves with the ides thst it will^cause a socialist victory. Thecapitalists will come out of the^present panic in better condition and^more firmly entrenched than ever, and^better fitted t^^ more successfully carry^on tln'ir work of exploiting the work^^ers. Ouringtimes of depression, the^workers suffer most from starvation^while the capitalist...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 5 December 1907

MONTANA.NEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. T.ROOSEVELT. Who Mid he loveil a deal that's squaref T.Roosevelt.^Who preached and preached of being fairt T.Roosevelt.^Who lets convicted plute go free^And heaps bis scorn an 1 calumny^On unconvicted mineis threef T.Roosevelt. Whosaid he'd do hiohI noble thlngst T.Roosevelt.^Who said he'd bust the trusts and^rings f T.Roosevelt.^Who wrote and talked and talked and^wrote! Whoshowed his teeth and peeled his^coat Asif he'd grab them by the throatf T.Roosevelt. Whoseskin's as thin as sandwich hamt T.Roosevelt's.^Who thinks he's all of Uncle 8am t T.Roosevelt.^Who campaign dongh from trusts de^^nied, Thentook a hand-out on the side^And, when erposed, ju^t said they liedt^T. Roosevelt. Who'sboasted much but little done! T.Roosevelt.^Who's promised all things under sunf T.Roosevelt.^Who hasn't gained a single aim^He shot at, but who wants to name^A successor that will do the samel^T. Roosevelt. EllisO. Jones. International ChildrenTortured to Death to Amuse^...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 5 December 1907

Stale Department ComradeSullivan of Empire, Nev.,^somes in with his aub for on^ year. ComradeDavia, secretary of Local^Butte, sonde in $2.25 for due stamps. NelSonof Great Fa'Js wants the^News sent him for one year. ComradeBrunner of Ovando gets^in with an order for five sub cards. BarneyOats, one of the old Ana^^conda boys, sends in his renewal from^Mandan. ComradeLangjard, one of the old^members of Local Ch^ro, was a caller^at the News office this week. Mabieis in Butte this week and had^only been twenty-four hours in the^camp when he takes a 1 ike to the post^office and sends in $5.00 for subs. Localsdesiring speakers during the^month* of January, February and^March should communicate with the^state secretary at once. ComradesMalitor and J. Linnel of^Idaho and J. Donnelly of Wyoming^^end in their subs to the Newa this^week. ComradeMabie rounded up $5.00 of^snbs at Clancy last Saturday. Watch^Mabie send in subs this winter and^follow bis example. ComradeMorgan of Wyoming aends^in ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 12 December 1907

M 'ANANEWS. Abolishthm Cap*- PVIUNIUBY THE SOCIALIST PA* T Y OF MOM T ANA T()L.TI. HKI.KNAMONTANA, THITBSDAY, DECEMBER 12. IM7. HO.5. TEDDY^ MINE OWNERS CUT WAGES Ninecompanies of United State*^soldiers with machine guns art' now^camped in Goldfleld, Nevada, and do^^ing picket duty around the mine! of^that camp and are prepared to give^the mine owners every assistance to^break the strike and reJuce wages. Thestrike was called by the miners'^union owing to the corporations pay^^ing the men their wages in scrip,^something that is entirely unlawful in^this country. The scrip is a bogus^money, in fact, is counterfeit and^therefore illegal, but the corporations^and banks can do anything they de^^sire and have the protection of the^government in carrying on their law^^lessness. Thescrip that the mine owners were^paying their employees with would^not pass as currency in Goldfleld. The^railroads would not accept it in pay^^ment for transportation, the banks^would not give cash for it and th...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 12 December 1907

\ MONTANA.NEWS. HELENA, MONTANA. THEMONTANA NEWS. byt*^. Sootallat issuedWVBKLY. OfTTCttt PARK ATI. P. O. BOX 908 I ma PoM OAm for traaam.aalna^tbruucb raa mail mt aacoad cla^^ rate*. IDACROVCI NAZIXTT j.r. ^ a mt Aa (octal* Editor VBSCHirTIONS *mTaaf IM ffAaU^t^. Me Om(Ml par coay la baadlaa ap to .100 Mattoaa'Haailqaarsart. Maaloa Baraea. Sac-^nuif Boaai JOOsJOX Borlatua Bldf.. Daar-^^ara St.. Chlouro. 111. BaseHaadqaarSara, Jaa. D. Graham. Sacra-^tar) . 15 Park Arena*. Halaaa. Moat. STATECABINET GeorgeAmbroM^John Home^). F. Mabie^George Weileder^T. J. Rooney ButteBillings^Chico^Great Falls^Livingston ^I'Ji Postal Service for Socialists. The postal service of the country iaa convenience that, in it* wide-^spread ramifications, is of the utmost^advantage to modern society. It par^^takes of collective benefits that are a foretaste ^if what may be ex|ti inthat time to crime when mankind^^hall liave learned to direct his social^activities for the greatest use and^comfort of all luman ...

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