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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 11 June 1920

COUNTY ROUNDUP -Un -ts Itnma from Our Ehxanms mand Staff Writeem SCOBEY Roy Paus was in to the dance Mon day evening, hauling out a load of merchandise for the Avondale store on Tuesday. Miss Bertha Colby has accepted a o.sition as bookkeeper at the Scobey -ercantile to replace Mr. Ellingson who recently resigned. Mrs. Henry Olson and children left Tuesday morning for New Ulm, Min nesota, where they will spend the summer visiting with relatives. Mr. Olson accompanied the family to Wil liston. Mrs. W. B. Davis is at Glasgow, visiting her sister, Mrs. George E. Alsop. Miss Elizabeth Murphy of Austin, Minnesota, a sister of P. B. Murphy of this city, arrived in Scobey Mon day, and has accepted a position at the Merchants National Bank. Miss Ruth Dahl of Grand Forks is here visiting her sister, Mrs. H. E. South. Miss Dahl has been employed to teach the Battleson school and will assume her new duties next Monday. E. G. Mosher, representing the Great Falls Tribune, was a business visitor ...

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. — 11 June 1920

THE PRODUCERS NEWS PAPER OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE 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. CHARLES E. TAYLOR, Editor and Manager. Advertising rates • on Communication should application. Sub- be addressed to The scription 1 year in Producers News, Box Advance $3.00 six 587, I'lcntywood, Mon months $1.50 tana. Quack, fraudulent and irrecsponsible 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, JUNE 11, 1920 BEWARE OF THE SERPENT It is only reasonable at thid. time to warn all members and friends of the NONPARTISAN LEAGUE to HEWARE o' the si:i . T. We refer to the POLITICAL SERPENT. These are the days for POLITICAL SLAT'ES and POLITI ...

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. — 11 June 1920

LOCAL NEWS Bery Stephens of Outlook was a business caller here Tuesday. Paul Crum of Scobey was here on business Wednesday of this week. E. E. Belanski was a business call er at Scobey Wednesday of this week. Joe Hocking of Glasgow was a business visitor here Tuesday and Wednesday. Ship your cream to FORMAN & KAISER, Plentywood; honest tests highest prices. 94t B. L. McElroy, well known farmer of the McElroy precinct, was in Plea tywood on business Teeday. Peter Holse, farmei of the Westby country, was a business visitor here Wednesday. A. Th. Larson, one of the big farm ers of the Dagmar precinct, was a county seat visitor Wednesday. Dr. McDaniels of Medicine Lake visited with friends in this city last Sunday. * * * Wm. Harris, the Comertown Con stable, was in Plentywood on official business Wednesday. Ship your cream to FORMAN & KAISER, Plentywood; honest tests highest prices. 9-3t Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Nels Han sen, Tuesday, a fine baby girl. Moth er and baby are progress...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 11 June 1920

lG WI.D AND LUGHT SOWERS Helena, June 7. --WVlile temperature during the week ending May 27th were too low in hMontana for rapid growth of crops, reports from 23 counties, received by the Commission er of Agriculture .ml Publicity, show that in every section ertly planted grain is coming along in excellent shape. High winds :are reported in several counties, with only light show ers, but in a maioity the ground is in excellent shape. ['here is unani mity in the report:, t good pastures andl except in two countlies livestock is rapidly gaining. The reports indi cate that there was mor winter kill ing of wheat than w.as ý.upposed to be tIhe case two weeks ago, but the ''reage in this crop was s.mall conn ar:irld with the spring wheat acreage. Almost all of the winter killed wheat has been Ireseededl Ito spring wheat. There g\ill he a very I.yge increase thl. year in the a.cre: g devoted to f,:r age crops in all set t ions of the tate. Ixcept las Io thse forage cropls seeding has been ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 11 June 1920

Rice Terraces Are World's Masterpieces This is a photograph of the Ifugao igorrot rice terraces, which are among the most remarkable of their kind in the world. They are one of the many marvelous sights for the tourist to see in the Philippine Islands and are to be found in the Ifugno district of the Mountain province, Northern Luzon. The ha t of these terraces, which are held up by stone walls, is from 4 to 18 feet, averaging 8 feet high. It is estimated there are 12,121 miles of eight-foot stone walls in the Ifugao terraces, which is approximately halt the distance around the world. These terraces are skillfully Irrigated by water brought in troughs along the precipitous mountain sides over lon dlst:ances INTERESTS FEAR EXAMPLE OF N, O. Seattle Plutes Assure Washing ton That Farmer-Labor Al liance Threatens Control. (By the Federated Press) Beattle.-"The people of this state are threatened with the danger of see ing their commonwealth become a sec ond North Dakota," according to 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. — 11 June 1920

LIST OF DROUGHT RELIEF APPLICANTS Showing Those Who Have Received County Aid and the Amount Which Has Been Received. The Producers News continues herewith the list of those who have applied for drought relief aid and the amounts each applicant has received, being a continuation of the lis: print ed last week. It might be well to say that this list is taken fPom the report of the Johnson Abstract Comp:any, and to call attention to the fact tiat some of the applicants' names will appear two times, once in a list of chattel mortgages, given to the coun ty for security, and once in the seed grain list. In the items in the lien list where the applicant seems to have received a very small amoullnt the name may be looked for aga.in in the chattel mortgage list. Seed Liens Given to Sheridan County on 1920 Crops: The following seed liens have been given to Sheridan County on 1920 crops on seed loans: Ole Thompson .................... 280.25 (teo. W. Hatch ............................ 110.30 ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 18 June 1920

Hey Rubel Townley Is Corng in the Big Aeroplan Will Speak at the Third Annual Picnic of the F .r Nonpartisan League at Medicine Lake July 3 Widt read ae ."T.,.TCirculation ................2,610 Sub, in advhanc .......... mo owned by the farmer;Copie ............. Supports N-P League. MO Readera S. Paper, of the People, for the People, by the People ontinuing the Outlook Promoter . .a. y Plentywood, Sheridan .unty, Montana, y, June 18, 1920 Volume 3--Number 10 Volume?. Number20 inJr""o o "l.Tk4 Morgan .Picks rding for Pres. And Coolidge, Governor of Massachusetts, Vice President; Nominated on 10th Ballot REPUBLICANS JOLT LABOR Gompers Says American La bor Will Never Submit to Involuntary Servitude. FARM ORGANIZA TIONS PROTEST National Bureau of Farm Or ganizations Declare Against "Each-Cummins" Railroad Bill-Declare for Govern ment Ownership of Rail roads. WALSH SPEAKS FOR IRISH Says That By Virtue of the Principles Underlying the Foundations of the Ameri can Republic, Ireland Should...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 18 June 1920

eynote Speech - By Lodge Punk Worat Delivered and Worst Received of Any Sinilar Speech in the History of Republican Party. PERFORMANCE IS A FIASCO Lodged Dammed Wilson, "in Hymn of Hate," and Pre dicts Victory in a Written Speech, While Bored and Tired Delegates File From Coliseum. MADE PATRIOTIC HORSE PLAY By Paul Hanna, Staff Correspondent, Federated Press Chicago, June 9.-For an hour and a half Senator Henry Cabot Lodge bored the Republican delegates and the huge audience which packed the Coliseum with what was perhaps the worst delivered and the worst re ceived keynote speech that has been heard in many years. Lodge is only partly to olame for the fiasco. He had nothing to say, and the delegates knew it. When he dammed Woodrow Wilson those who heard his voice found spirit enough to cheer a little. When he upredicted certain victory for the Republican party a few more cheered a little louder. A total of perhaps lifty men among nearly a thousand delegates applauded when Lodge urge...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 18 June 1920

-· - FALL OVER SATE CROP OULOOK IMPROVED SEEDING NEARLY DQNU-Cfl W ARE DOING WONSID. ERADLE DAMAGE AND GRASS SHOPPERS SHOWING UP. Helena, June 1.-Judging by re ports from 20 counties tn te statl cimatie condltions in al of them with two exceptions could not have been better for the week ending June 5 than they have been. orts re ceived from these counties by Chas. D. Greenfeld, Commissioner of Agri gulture and Publicity are to the ef fect that there have been rains in all of them with the exception of Ravalli and Valley counties, but in no county is there any report of crops suffer-in from lack of moisture in the ground. The reports also show that there is good grass, and all classes of live stock are rapidly getting into good condition. Wheat seeding, except in a few isolated districts, has been com pleted, but in several sections flax is being sown as well as forage crops. Several counties report the appear ance of grasshoppers, and measures are being taken to fight them in case i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 18 June 1920

WASHINGTON LETTER N OT HING. R PE.... POPLE TS faECORD OF "`SPDCIAL P' RIEE" CONL EyS 111 0 1. 1'.·. ~ · ·. ·. ,.: ".:n I 1 ,. i I h* \ - N hnrhIr'' 'r''t ito I vd I ''ii. ii., ' I - I th VI:i' , Hi)' ) I' .it Iv l!,iii: iii'' Ihcr:n ,Intn'" II, I, ;; )!i": a lI ' ' rU lllfti 'It. pine ''19f to'' 'ii , Iu 'iL til It~ lily a 'r~na` tiv I Ul" .,", a:~lll . (.III1I. ·. Ii i'l I toy i I now ':'!-l i: .l::!i } i i'" ., 'll.' i i,, I t t, I' 11,11 ' it h,I iZ9. I..,:t Ir,1 1, 9 r'":' i{; : t!Ii Ii t , t~i llr I IIII l ] 1 10 III Ili; I,il; pro n'i,iln t .. ' n., t':,i,,':d (,lm - ,,'. 1.hall 1e i1 . U nn $:3 a <b,. .1V ti' I':l I hrunli one halh in huyin ("r m,, ntim'e, his hil toIda l mnt: t,.t I., inn. . \vage 1;: .- hull h, .>I.- , -I lr'o :ur ('d in th doIlla. ., t- i , ' r ''." 1 1 . It didn't soundI ,t1iiciul. Senater ir!l in .1 n n-,.n -, rc ''..!,+ in se'ttinv, t:'(" sr. n !, ' to p , the. Inaor i''ns 1,'. i.' ,t a t+ I o 1 u - in t L' tt , k , . .i t,' 1. !',, -I " . ,t: " ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 18 June 1920

LIST OF DROUGHT RELIEF APPLICANTS Showing Those Who Have Received County Aid and the Amount Which Has Been Received. The Producers News continues herewith the list of those who have applied for drought relief aid and the amounts each applicant has received, being a continuation of the list print ed last week. It might be well to say that this list is taken from the report of the Johnson Abstract Company, and to call attention to the fact that some of the applicants' names will appear two times, once in a list of chattel mortgages, given to the coun ty for security, and once in the seed grain list. In the items in the lien list where the applicant seems to have received a very small amount the name may be looked for again in the chattel mortgage list. Seed Liens Given to Sheridan County on 1920 Crops: The following chattel mortrages have been given to Sheridan county on 1920 crop: Albert Norman ....... ......$257.50 Thomas Henderson .................$225.00 Bertha Johnson ..............

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 18 June 1920

THE PRODUCERS NEWS PAPER OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE. FOR THE PEOPLE Continaulg the OUTLOOK PROMOTER PEOPLES PUBLISHING COMPANY. PUBLISHER Entered as Second Class Matter, October 18, 191-, at the Post office at Pleatywood, Montana. Under the Act of March 3. 1879. CHARLES E. TAYLOR. Editor and Manager. Advertising rates on Communication should application. Seb- be addressed to The scription 1 year in Producers News, Box Advance $300 six 587, Pleatywood, Mon months $1.50 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. JUNE 1s. 1920. AS IN L.INCOLN'S TIME Previous to the Civil war the country was divided in opposite camps. or as Lincoln said, "a house divided against itself," over the slavery question. Opinion was not unanimous throughout the North, as is com moll...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 18 June 1920

LOCAL NEWS L ah .f Srbmo rwshd ! a mIr dau ef ~Mae la w Fbarram a om ar} to kesa& ta finlrr. F tr e U-B a~1 ~LI~ - L;ILS vk * abg a ra rar M.E . ai. . tWb bar hole Li' bat AMeik. u baa - l6 eaý Msr y .id Tuee awi. a Nb.ie W7&n K.W LtWllb Via.; Caumbta Cbzt; mi is s un -iis knar 2 aae ik U 0. = a nmm%. 0. A alirs as s Sr Mem ar tao aiw FORM * a a . i- - br t T b Nbiat T es sa i hbr~a - b..IC~~ ub~ d *ou a~ ac r- ,p tae u NFMAN a LA P ;t- ao t-to Me Ese at Camen twa was a tnies risilar as the eatot sect 1fbwsm% of this weh E. CvaWs of The Abstract & ] Thie Cb me a ibs s trip to I Mcida La T r dday. .Ja Esinaer retrsed last Friday hrm Hasre where he has been em hgt eon tmsaibif recorek C.. ChSitese m anger of the h tIwalson & Ca store in this city, is I an the s l aE th TE week: Mrs Was Pin ece and son Beayley setarsed from Mi eapolir, Mnodayt to spp the s9.umr here Alfred Flashkerl of Westh was hare rais with the A. A. Bakke feii the elrst of the week. ~alph Schmidt of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 18 June 1920

THE WEEK. The German Election Records of Republicans and Democrats A "Good" Strike at Last Revolution in Italy Queensland Abolishes Im ported Governors Iatest returns on the German gen eral election indicate that the so called coalition government, made up o' Majority Socialists and the Cen i ists or Catholic church party, have Ien returned to power by a majority of 10 seats or less. To be exact, the lesent German government lost the general election and secures the ma .i rity of 10 seats only by the fact that there are 42 holdover members f:om territory in which there was no elect ion. What are known in Europe as the Rights. or Conservatives, who form erly ruled Germany, are badly beat en, and they have no more than 63 seats to Cli held by the Majority So cialists. Independent Socialists, who represented the element in the Ger man Socialist party opposed to the war, have grown from a mere hand ful of members in parliament to at least 57 seats. The comparative nuniel of seats, howev...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 18 June 1920

INTERESTS CAN'T. FOOL LEAGUERS Try Every Dodge But Even the Overworked Tax Bogey Fails to Blind the Farmers. The fight that is lein;h w.ged against the Yo'rtht tktio. Tlllu-ttrial Programtt is bitter, malltclnus, unl .(ru pulou . ulul Infa!ir Ic\yonld de'criptiuon. Andl yet if North Dakota fall.ers Ios it will be their own fault. They have the deIlcision of this tight entirely in their own lands. It is entirely a taot ter of sticking to their lrganizaion, of refusing to be stted, of kee. ing their heads, as they have done since the le "uet \VaIs org'tilzed. Jlust ghtllute hack over the history of tlih le:glue. Since its b'gi[ltitng there have het.n a hundreI or more diff'erLent schemes proposed for killing it-and every tell of tclt-tit have (been snure winelllq. One after another sonie enterpr(' l'iilling fellow conlnected with Big Blusines'i interests or some traitor in the ranks of tihe forllmers organization has been given a that lie to get al big piece of BIg Business money bty ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 18 June 1920

COUNTY ROUNDUP Interesting Items from Our Exchanges and Staff Writers REDSTONE C. B. Bull left Thursday afternoon for Malta, going across county via auto. Rev. Carlson and bride of Fairview visited with Mr. and Mrs. K. O. Carl son a few days the first of the week. Frank Schllrvitz came home from the Williston hospital Monday. L. P. Kurtz was taken to the hos pital at Outlook Tuesday, where he will be under the care of I)r. Mangin. Mir:s. E:mma Gray is again on duty with the li.i-ltone Mere. Co. after a several Imollthil' absence front the st ore. this mction nwas visited hii at ftite rain 'Ihtr li, l;t after' noon a ld night, thlt : i ll i ; beInt-it to the late ,-.: i .. i l \ i I .iak e a1 Ilt l ' \trih lo |lLtV(1 I,, n ho!ltiW," (nl j n ,II of 11:f It (an" m r see lin hIul t to gIet the Itu lice iie o their >, e, intn th. groun.: 1 d. 11hel n ll tlnett as fon iC -l mu l iti l tttirs itt lv. l tl til rut ( elltt e DtOn fr'on cohle,'I '.Gral:d y for a visit with l.ls. Ilh.wr xIe...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 18 June 1920

ýMtrriit M 1t~ ar Ors rpf i~ tif ýerl- rr -i~ Rr l'lr~ wrlw s~w be awiý fir tome Who m l *a ahr tqm*.t~ hrmbI 't wetcary r b~s TNCI W WWC -Pr~ ~w ~8b Cbzema Lt ma TI- t W aeeta a~*"cw 'uw& N a ate. tk o ,f haw we foew - owmt da W Umrs bQmliL R t ril ai Wdk raitt~va- & 4 cas alt fie rm tal ill * the hotuet [et oft WOOL im a%- - t &t i asoi o k oe waft warrtal the h iPeP of s ft t t bat wsr rvi toP brwbu m nLAela heoteo neeta ti uw~ah~ertt Ii oC R3kiy wtme Smath tut- sr dt u tat Bet prr ~Wgret yllmaCiber Ime ~retu tboi he; t in uths city iel wilt - bee v at it ubeja the VIM* Mteo the Wwoiteyua aleý at Lae`ad at therhm. e ofth t-wrw~lar .tee afbetao31r Jum rLw. 4w it _ katr L u ·ib i toe halt Chow of Prue TUNN JAW aftr e hpCxrei r~t l le er hugernt thiueciy earsmt wll thler Vmills * teta, where a wll the pe atrt t th a w r -umm bie ewv& m KM Lfik tlt r k , sýfa the teeter mill_- x 8u krra. ýrhere the win beui the of the Fiefl pumal mrt tar nrat sdi"r-; f Ife- aouing of ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 18 June 1920

Y 4ou look all rll,ý'--ýºrart, I we'e nod' +A12 Lz and- chavrce-ýlhus',im j e{Mw e `wee - ')evý *or gue % // t1Rt4Itv~fiYh7 /f g Eac1mt EDITOR VEZINA QUITS NEWSPAPER FIELD Westby News: Editor Vezina and family of Dooley passed through Westby on Thursday morning en route to Wisconsin, where Mr. Vezina will be associated with his father-in law in the hardware business. After owning and editing the Dooley Sun for a number of years this sturdy and aggressive young editor will be miss ed along the Soo branch and in the county as he was a kind, whole hearted newspaper man ever ready to offer assistance to one of the fra ternity. Before leaving Mr. Vezina sold his circulation to the Producers News of Plentywood, the Nonparti san lpaper. WEST VIRGINIA EXPLODES Workers Challenge Gunmen Rule-Background of Mat ewan Battle. The battle at Matewan, West Vir ginia, last week, between miners and private detectives throws dramatic lights on conditions in that state. The southern section, in 1920, is...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 25 June 1920

idear Wheeler at 110eJl4 Nortbhast.:' Montana;, N T E '1A 1- , 'tb, owned by the farmers; .. be THE PRODIC NEWS .t Paper. of the loiple, for t#l hopdt, bI the .e h i contin.u gth O.utlo. en.s l .. . o w VL.6 Plentywood, Sheridan County, Montana, Fdridn .ua.~\ 1..2, ' un1 ..--' t League Endorses Wheeler and Arnold Full Ticket Is Nominated. A. W." Stangeland of Plentywood Nominated for Judge of the Twentieth Judicial District. WILL GO INTO DEMOCRATIC PRIMARIES * Congressman First District-Bur- * ji * ton Watson, Missoula. * co * Congressman Second District-M. * tc * McKusker, Roosevelt. *cc * Governor-B. K. Wheeler, Silver * H * Bow. " A * Lieutenant Governor-J. C. Arn- * H * old, Valley. * v; * Secretary of State-R. A. Haste, * C * Yellowstone. * B * Attorney General-S. C. Ford, * a * Lewis and Clark. * I * Treasurer-Mrs. R. M. Lord, Cas- * k * eade. * el * Auditor-Ole Sanvik, Hill. * as * State Superintendent of Schools- * * Left to Nonpartisan League. * Railroad Commissioner-J., P....

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. — 25 June 1920

I WASHINGTON LETTER G. O.P. NOMINEE AND PLATFORM EXPRESS RE ACTIONARY POSITION Was'hington ). C(--The nomina-111 th e I lei 1 ic pit paltte h a11d1 terminet to i CIe dintinitely reactionar yIn ,hosing ~ II til tllin c:11) ig ' 111 t il1, oti n 1 ' l I tn toll: 1 . 11 . ttote. \\ il:; i. .,1'"II It l l' :lr kll I \ I 0,,1 -III' h nr · 1 11 fll· I11 11 ' at ;c par-lli~ ar. uý'ý::i,.1" ntL :I 1;ll, i t 11: 11a,. t'.. n 11 r i!" I~ ur Id t 1 111 Ille h~·~il·. \:I cl II~ ltillnrl~ i ltl ' I II 1.11 sttt; ,It -'. 11t:· I`t·ý·cl l· rl )111.I I ' ll; I6 ili I~(i~,l·; ('~lllllitc(. IlI Il(r'111111 l fil~I0' II 1110 VI'l Oll'l Il Il I 111 tllllill tI .Ll. 11111 till' l Ij~lll' II( 81111 eji II ti tip h IaIn nt 01 Ca!0". 1a . ll.. 1 ' , 111 81ý" t, 11 r lill il II tllt tll'c-.' nl ll~~ u :lll l Al"L. 1 ti (nell ts l tit t l ýnIi .Iltltl. l l ,1111 r 1.1 llc\ 11i0 oionlt 1tult ' l' Su tel I l Jln tll. Ln a1l ita t rt,1" r~ . ,ýr is to tony.s anlllbiruull d11c m nt. W1, 1' ith till ' 'X ception ...

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