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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 22 October 1920

ae.Dwmstks'ti e Cubter e4 the S-VA. the ~m. AM. d Sx P. M.--Evry man 'admW4au#i.WlWett h -41 CS NEWS tor hPeople, by the People M. unty, Montana, Friday, Oct. 22, 1920 Vohum - ed by Astonishing Tax Dicrimination ed by Astonishing Tax Discrimination L LW4ra~. ... . .. Ai. ii .OMS ON HORIZON ilwgi Aother Contract Wil Probably ýifih l Aear Aneaher 2 Cents Per Acre, for i Maidinga Vulnig al ue on the Cassified 4S:I --.c l-ciy r a 4:· took the getag siAps and sent thew a payment of things for the heseesb te tn Searsit, ebsuk & Ce. Montgomery, Ward & Co. IMbpst 1 JbMWt lavestigating commaittee, Senator Williams of eImp emr.ut A. t. M.i seaterw and .f course, Dixon supporter, hahrmsmsr "Q e of th*e Secretary of State. -Xwre commitwe Sts a very unasatisfactory condition in the ee e.t h Sec etary of State. This department of the state gweueasant has to do with the lrgest part of the state's busi ass . esbets iminease surs of money annually and it dis bhmse tbemodeas ameant of the fun...

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. — 22 October 1920

Synmopsis of Initiative and Referendum Measures to be Voted on November 2 " cb~jlLur zrr`ba~ir -wWWýA - ua ap *r Lo of sn clr m o pr e .1k~~ .wIae L N*k -ftViaow ýkR sr eIPkM *0 tY Blp w e ýatlllt Cw grisar a ter lacff C a. nrrt *1 Li a r. wom 'Yb wrs F lý;y,;J 1 iP ShVE 7 PRBI WM* itANts.. ! at 11ta. l Y1 . W - ,1R .a.wtoo 1 inMa mt & i'Orr ,~Jl~lll6?;~ Ellik4*L i Iý IM s i186 !SCr *ALtL a.lftt ln !a d -Wwwls newtsil" 'em ACart t ýI a. bUib~. am* 1rriw a et a w ftdtrtt -vo weC f Mit'ý scot! ` s tre air ea o -I C a.f to t . sue, e *W* is; r t il -Mar. t a. YI'--" N"- 1, IM *Aim of afire~,r blyrlwz i Jimvw*AGAI1'O qS -amwae * tou "am am tluameiik vote - lobe . Kit 4m Se a. sqab. ifiner `*wwO m* OMW P& Stout a< &P A a ilhkd a" .ofr em a ea. febtem&o a. h1 Ott tebsuedI t . ýr itt BI absT )JI the ZctwCne wo es' .y bw.ntr ~k--w,-40W itcre "tilt b lmtd of vk* "Saba MoLuLL"LMMUL rr~ ,~l IM a. v- r yes. t wbi1 the s~.eed bufsts eWet ew lu ·- : ss :rrl'"-' Y rani 1,w1111 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. — 22 October 1920

WEEKLY GRAIN REVIEW Except for a fair upward reaction in wheat the markets during the week have reflected nothing new of consequence. Wheat holds the center of the stage, and its trend should influence the action of coarse grains the large yields of which are admittedly well discounted in price at least for thei present. It is considered probable that coarse grain prices will continue hesitant awaiting developments of a! change in attitude of hoth the coun try seller and the Cash buyer who are now deadlocked in refusals of one t9 sell and the other to buy. Broomhall, a recognized world's statistical expert, cables that Euro pean crops of Wheat and Rye this year total 1.294,000,000, showing a decrease of 30 million bu-hels firo the previous year which probably "ac counts for our unul ally heavy ex ports thus far. Technically Wheat is in a stronger position than ever. T'ie Go\(illtielent't report reducingl the Spring \W\ihat crop from 262 million in July to 218 million for October was...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 22 October 1920

BUSlNFI' MEN DISCOVER FARMER, SAYS EDITOR TOURING NORTHWES Sweeping Change of Sentiment in Towns and Among Victims of Leg-Pullers--New Mexican Government Restoring Stolen Lands to Rural Villages--North Dakota Suffers Less Than Other States From Market Raid-Trial of National Mine Workers' Leaders Set for Six Days After Election-Water power Trust Prepares to Gobble Up Sites Under New Law Burleson Fires Eleven Members of Clerks' Union. - A Washington, (D. '--A farm mraga zinc editor, just returned here from a t',', week,' trip of invretigation through tle" ?orthwecwt, bringK the rplort that many of the, business mn in .Minnealrroi. anrll . I'aul andr in the Aiir of North I)Dakota who a.-t year told himr the ':ornparti;an league mrruevment ' n "J as h anik and free fhver.," are now apli','gizing for that framer of mind. 1I1 found many of thee r.orn ready to exp.lain that they hadl luen hanm boozl"i by oily-tongue'l colleetor of "defi-nr'' fundr, and that the-y are convine. that. North D...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 22 October 1920

~sai Et: ý. - rw~l 19 _____ toe, tg iw: "PWAAWY re ",u i t d1 toy blLI t hwir ' tot id r Q00W ofi~i~~ur~ tb* oo ýtpb~6 i wautail ~rcrcS~ n rpp104 a~r~rCliP~eri1 bo Qom-~ -mow~fi dlbr et1,SlL~ t~~b thet rr.krtrr~lhw I N ilk Mir, si a4 raw a. pre ýata ýR rvt why ft "M thew fgto c tt Ie . thw _ as thee ma TC~ he ep,-dlrewst Unit thef bea4pw d ie theithe tPsS ~p~lai seen, i~s Q9 s, u oo. whe cpr rhe w the ~ nm_ WtimWb tU~he4 uee4 iaa th at gMclt the Noeparti RA ka ; Maws zepde I~O c eia uh theol Ib~riaakarel-r~PRtb b Nowit t evgA a . far ~ij~ii";mhim P hie4SgL i lQ Y4~Ithe stv h hepithet5. with qf~~lqtb ·LI te s~wepgmhepiWN with~ of, w h qtiulr AM~a try aiVer t t'tit ego it -IIasm au~rt aaa tý rwcaSYrat rwi Plh B~pirrRd ~~~u -~sl of/ rr u VWg I. er- bgumit I~L~s! ~rlrr~bi Sam att: Y~ rl lmqm t t r~r~t·*~·S~iii~~ l~tam u h k tie >a ai - , - Qa n IAte s e~a S ak. een a eaa g to violate f tou ir 'i riewi l fore they , Neve a 8 abor cirCless ' .. aft LI n er the elmcin ed bd th isb igh-b...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 22 October 1920

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Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 22 October 1920

SO THE PEOPLE MAY KNOW (Continued from Page One) company alias Montana Development association. We are linter ssted in Mr. Galen, because he, like Mr. Story, has been iod0tlted of *me. On June 13, 1917, the United States district court for th f dltrlet of Montana found Galen "GUILTY OF MISBEHAVI OR, OBSTRUCTING THE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE55 In a criminal case and fined him $500.00. The United States der cult court of appeals, sitting at San Francisco, indorsed this con viction of uilty, and the supreme court of the United States of Amerlea, sitting at Washington, refused to hear his appeal from his conviction for obstructing justice. Those who sought in these high courts to save the reputae tion and lberty of the gentleman who wishes as an associate of Justice Holloway to sit i/ th court that condemned the misap propriator of the ppgple'is ,ipey, Mr. Story, Jr., are such well known friends of freedom ass Mr. L. O. Beans, chief counsel for the A. C. M., Gunn & Rasch of Helena, ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 22 October 1920

WATER "COMMONS" (By Harlow Pease) (The author of the following ar tiole is a lawyer residing atDiIl on, Montana, now a candidate for the Supreme Court on the Democratic ticket. The article originally appeared 'in "The Public," a New York Journal of wide circulation, in the issue of June 14, 1919. "The Public" was founded in 1898 by Louis F. Post, now Assistant Secretary of Labor and for years the leading author and lecturer against land monopoly in this country.) The arid region of this country pre sents a peculiar illustration of the power of human industry over the seeming poverty of natural resourceis. The waters of the natural streams which take their rise in the moun tains of the west have been diverted from their channels and spread thru a maze of ditch and lateral over what was once a vast desert, bringing into existence a rich and splendid country of grain, fruit, beef, wool, and human homes. This result was reached by the sim ,le method of bringing into conjunction the land...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 22 October 1920

J1.1.OI onrear. J. W. tSaitaler l.ft Tha wer autieag a a buea ter Wane. G . Witer pt the t of the Swer with bi hrat Theateal. Mr . L Darlanl . nt ~ baby kt W ldneeray for ,a te wee*k rts wt eir parelnts at leara en D. Mrs. J. K. smith of Chiook is here to spend the ll and winter with her aunt, Mrs Grant Lla.Mor Mis Adelaiek Rena, of the Peoud rebool facuty, enjoyed a 'fbi the lint of the week from her father and mother of Minot, Aerorint to the Great Falla Tre bune. i4ns Hlly. formed` of Forld, but late of Whiteis. this state, was married this wee. John Feeley left Tuesda) for Hanks, N. I.. where he expoctr to spend the witer woIrkn with L Straadlun. who is loati at that IThe Frid Rebekah Lodge wi lle a biu dance aml supper in about wo wre ks.Special mursi will he oanaged na au pee thme guasnatee to all. Mrs. Mills ard Ire little seas of Dowd, Mont., are spending a ter doa at the home of Mr. ad MrV L. 6 Nea who residesk oan the Jacob ea farm at the edae of towa. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. H...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 22 October 1920

SOUDUNPI fam Page Nine) and family visited at ielm home Sunday. Mrs. Andrew Nass, Mr. Eric Egr n, Ole Juve, O. M. aid family, and Martin Nere family of Westby were Sun ai ers at the Carl Nereson home. s. Ed. Lein entertained the Easant Valley Ladies' Aid Thurs ile Miller has nearly completed lisa new barn. Mrs. Nile Millh- has been erlkin.' the past w-ele at the Nelson S:lnnr l store at Westby. Medicine Lake J. G. Brien returned Friday from his trip to Belcourt, N. D. Will Anderson of Reserive twa transacting business here Thurslay. Mr. Falk of the Lake Hotel is ill -disposed with a sore foot this wIt( k. Mrs. Albert Hueth and children r,, turned from her visit to Nortth lI: kota Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Poe :and ramily visited friends and reltive-\. ('a111 bertson Tuesday. O. S. Swer on, cahh, ,r t" , I ¾. , ers Bank, was in Grn: ., urlay. M v. ard Ai ,. O.c m" r; ,I I..:, . , Plmntcvvci)de \Mvc , v0i.;it; in t this weelk. Doetor and :Ir:,. Stol::nn :iu 1 I H idlughter mal, a t...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 22 October 1920

W WEEDS (By I. S. Olsen) Sn r to prevent as much as a pos tleenu e of the Grass oPP in 1921, It will be neces mary for the property owners of this ematry to bua nthe weeds on all the laind the count y. In and pay a of this sounty large quantie of genmshopper ues have been found, rtd elally on land which was not this year. Their favorlte plefor depositing s are under neath large weeds and also where weeds have piled up in coulees and along the fenes. If these weeds are hurned or removed from the land it will redueo our work for next year at least 50 per cent and will save the aps of hundreds of farmers here. Therefore, I would advise you to rake the weeds together and,burn them, also destroy them as fast as they pile up along fences and in draws. Care should be used in burning them so that the fire will not spread to the prairies and destroy the winter ran1. If they are burned on a quiet day no trouble witl be had from the spreadingt of the Are. The weeds are now dry enough to burn a...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 22 October 1920

4 SPEAKS t t Cmpit6l of Sheridan ' manty Visited By Attor `hy General Ford Who Speaks for Harding and Against League of Nations. *T rV. GABRIEL OF BUTTE ALSO SPEAKS San Ford, attorney general of ontana, defeated candidate for the Itbllcan nomination in the pri mariee, paid Plentywood a visit 'I'Tes tMy evennR.i, Mr. Ford spoke at the Orphoum Theatre to a smll crowd of about 75 Who came out to hear whllt Mr. Forl, had to say. He spoke for at while on the league of nations, opposing the propositlon, on ,iust what grounds he did not just exactly seem to know. He was out speaking for Harding and the National IRepublican com mittee. He did nlot say a word for Joe Dixon, nor a word against the Nonpartisan ILgueLt'., It is 'rumorel that Attorney Generl Ford is not very strong for Henator I)lxon, be ing too well Inquainte'd with that gentleman. Traveling with Mri. ordl was an A. C. M. attorney from Butte by the name of Gabriel who was it candi date for Attorney General on the Republican tic...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 5 November 1920

THE PROD ERS NEWS ! J Asper. of Dh J i the ncdef. h!r the Peo;e! __"'"'_ n_ :'M-. _'m,,__, Plentywood, Sherida nty, Montana, Friday, Nov 5, 1920 Volume 3--,Number ,a REPUBLICANS OVERWHELM AMERICA DIXON'S LEAD INCREASES AS POLL IS TABULATED r7 It O 'Wt Yta... \t:.. it . t?· xwt . a\ K· \i ·..T ta iLtna at) ; a.h t i.t , iau ,t+\ . , ':t c lý ,htacl'ir · UI~~t-'2 tadi ..k.~ttl U t tQt#J. \iaa . tta at ,,.tea lti it -tl ..-.:t. .1 ;La~aittv~lit t- 6 ± tutu- in:.., a i.. h dai. it m i'tt" oa : Ua~l .. 'th at t .r.e '0. 1 . :, t', :ale-. tail t.O. :Vat Ala ".1, a, i t-.a~ ti-' ato 1t '1,11 G la Ia ) Ci iw tai'aLL ,i:" ,t'ilt.ý hu t i t-, ,- i-ti \t ..t th5 1- t la t ii~tt ;',:ti .a t tCVt f: Vta-liti i tt- . -it rU la i -ltý,,.t'-c2e IA) t.. .tu tt.. .t Itat audi ttiii t It.+ r+% ti C.. tt Ui ~ ~ilcia LL'a -ttaht aU; ,-t.:itit of-t ttt't hrta "i::.S'S at. a ",'trt +?l 1tam, 'i 1W DWNDIIG LBSUES RAY CARRY _i"!+ l'tU ELIEF; -- titi,;.ATtt)N 84"tk ALS&) a r i : tL'\ 1, : ontan ttnc G±. ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 5 November 1920

W AS HINGTON LETTER lANK IARDF C AN AID FAR CREDIT. SAYS FARMRS' NATIONAL COUNCIL \s.. :t. Ca ,tC hitt n t p L~t" . tt,: `1 otl " Ifmtt c- , . .. + ".1~··· : l~I : ! L1-t tc· pa t - N..·"·,i lt_ L(' lN t 'Il ti I II C \ ltXti it. ,,:. C I& h 'i the rate u- f intete~ l r ,`..1 tue t,..:rl ntl ttt c tt t'.k r 1, L"," , tfat iii. it'-to i-:l 'l; i ;-t ··'·; i +. ' lln'c' n·, tk'l 'IC thy· -ii-'-" · n- a. .. · - 1e `:ut 'pp' 'it :",urt .Or hri "diý to'litar .ta, atii .III` I1· : ';It' e, `: :'1 . !Irl: ~R :iiiI' i t . [: i . i i" . ýft, r. f- -Ct ;a t. ". -, '· [fA.rr, ' ·,i"it .., r·.1, ; 1· ·.: ·Iil + ~ r..1 tl c ,ý ·r r !"t- i l la ,1 t It o .,. ý ' . t ' l, " .ta·n !iI.. lt, ·la",c Elgin Cafe .A ` i 't-al n phlace to Eat. V t waist your biltlllss and try to pieas Ev-.y one. We +sert' e ntI'l1- the .'st ." e'ati ables' ::ii hti' tiizlt . Nb De to Ledand Hotel Popeau Bro.. Proprietors PI. ywood - Montana L , i t i i,' L. i :., . .. r :+ 'uuz t: t;a , ' 'e t. oL :.Il \ , ~i ', + 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. — 5 November 1920

INTEREST OF LABORERS AND FARMERS SAME City Workmen and Sod-Busters Reciprocal Markets to Each Other ALL MUST COOPERATE In Modern Society the Producing Eleo ments Are Inseparably Linked Together and Cannot Thrive Otherwise. The worker on the ftlrlls aInd in lse Industries are to each othler as great reciprocal nimarkets. This is true hie cause the farniers who farini the ftarl's are engigedl, not in prodeliilg Inx arles for hillionlaires, but in the |pmo daetion of thle nbsic life tecess.iles, food, clothing, etc. The lnatullnrl ecnoillle sys.leI is iIl vided into ibut two paris. I"irst, nthat section Ihl'roh ug h wichsoi.vil galihers Iilte rawl\ IIlu rials, sucI h s I llt' 'prd l'its of the I'tr is., lishties, fatores.ts allid l iii lles, iii ' ; Ilhy toi it. xis tenl e; tiht I ill ITl -. i. tIIP !ll t I llinish d lpr d o ltnlllli lll li.-ill ht l ic'il ill \\'hlil 1 0 ' the otlllr. of oPrice all Withi hih and shi, ws all thi hi_ ."'l' i llle llill, ill III ntl'orl 8i0Cely. (h. weli...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 5 November 1920

THE PRODUCERS NEWS PAPER OF TRE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE Continuing the OUTLOOK PROMOTER PEOPILES PUBLISI1ING COMPA N Y, PUBIIHER Entered as Second Class Matter, October 18, 1912, at the Post office at I'Plntywood. Montana, Under tlh Act of March 3, 1879. CIHARLIES E. TAYLOR, Editor and Man:ag,r. rli;: i AM.F RICAt IF%, A(7,T:.i S5 Quack, fraudulent and ilr&esponsibl, firms are not krowinglf adv,.rtised, and we will take it as a favor if any re.der wvill adolv..e t,. promptly should theyr have occasion to doubt or rlUe:totin tr,~ ,r liability of any ircm which patr.oni:,- r :rdvtrtisirr rnlrn.s FRIDI)AY. NOVEMBIER 5, 1920 APPEALS TO PREJUDICE In the last year of his life Abraham Lincoln said HE FFARED that the RAPII)LY ACCUMULATING CORPORA TION WEALTI WOULD OVERTHROW TILE REPUIIIC. It would Ixt done, he thought, by AI'P'IALING( TO TIlE PREJUDICES of the people, and w,,uld Ie accomplished when WEALTHI IAD IEEN CONCENTRATED! in a few hands. I)uring the campaign just e...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 5 November 1920

IRerrect Melodies of Seventeenth Century ST.el. ch... to3. e.aas H a. see., oes.. Be . Oest a.d Nw. mat Seals-A Mined Qaueee we Telesed Venues. The Teeapte Choir Is a slixed quart.tte of higi!-ciase vocalists who hIuve had a set.leoesul famer In lyceunu \work. because thll give an artistic pro gram which is fJst a little biz differen :roum anything else. As a dbghtful feature of their pregram they present alhmg nith lig~lter and 'lasalne numbers at the day. severa-old religious chanta anid hyluns, which were used centuries ag These ancient melodies have seldolm berm heard in this country. ThJe are at unusual heauty, however, and are rendered mont art;stically by the Temple Choir. The aneuncenant of the approaching visit of this company B arewaing much interest in local musical circles. I LOAL NEWS I Nurse Patterson was an over-Sun dg visitor at Redstone. Dr. C. Sells of Dooley was a coun ty seat visitor Tuesday of this week. H. E. Molden of Flaxville was here the middle of the week ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 5 November 1920

1bst leer an& 9 'tT. u Then ' Il i T . Wr sCn ! 1 u. I·:~~ 1"ý :lI :1C" , :^tý t try. _ . ý4.i-: ~ r_ t ' -or lei.·r ·:`·, `i N - . - L ýtsr U voas~u. 'y.Clqtr , . · · ·· . · . I mow "^i? 'I· 11T` " Nye.· ·. rM .. '7r PAID ADVETISIiNmG THE MONTANA POWER COMPANY Ear purposes of conNvemence, this company and its subsidiaries will be referred to simplg as "The Montana Power Comepany." No. 6.---Is It a Monopoly? •n.a ne.. 7 Praw araa - ------ - ---- --------- The plants of the Company, with horsepower capacity of each, are as follows: Sirat VIallt l iw li uri. - - - - - - - - - - 80,000 Blak E:agle Falls. 1issiouri Jliver. - - - - - - - 4,00 Lb,lter. MLi".,iri l.iv.Ir'. - - - - - - - - - - 4.000 ti- !l,, Itivekr. - - - - - - - - - - - - -- 4.1Pi Ltiribw all. Ali .. uri River, - - - - - - - --- 7..0) Madis~i N,,. 1. Madi on Rivi r. - - - - - - - - 2-.5() 'Thlnmpi,sn !'iar s. ' lark's Flrk, - - - - - - - - - 40,000 livi. ..e;ir. ii wt i r - - - - - - - - 2. ElatiW'r l.ak,., MLi. ,uri ...

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. — 5 November 1920

John E. Zemple to Sheridan Coun ty Land Co., warrant)y deed, S 1-2, 1 37-52. S. M. Sorensen to John Sorensen, warranty deed, W\ 1-2, 7-32-55. Elie J. and Louise A. Morian to Rachael Sparling, warranty deed, lot !0. block 15. also known as N 1-2, Ilock 15, Butler':: addl., Medicine Lake. John A. John-,n to Mary Melissa :.lrey, warranty deed. E 1-2, lot 10, L.a3ater's Galdhen-. O. P. Waller 't ux te C. I. Mc ',,ut;hlin. ",v rrant ,. de'd, $10(0. lots -2, . . Wallr'. adl, Antel .pe. O. P. Waller et ux toC. :. Mc ourhlih. vanrianty deed.,. .L 1-12. i;. C. Walier's add.. Antelp:. C. l:. McLo,ughlin to HIlen Louise .I Laughlin, ". j! ranty d . I lot 1- W-12, Waller'.5 add., Antelope. Carl 3i . 'e-t l',on to, D l. C. i' t,.r ,1, wat.'tant: ,'.y a. lh.., 1-2-3. SE -1 NW 1-;. ; 1-2 N.:l i-a. N 1-2 SE 1-4, 4-34-53. Theres l: 5 to I. .'. J Ihn o:n, ::orrantvy di+, lot l. Ilotck G. Home .'arranty ded . lot E. ick G. llone U. S. A. t,. John J. c1,,rni .ch. pat ent, lot (6, SW 1-4 NW 1-4, 1-34-5...

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 November 1920

TiE WEEK English Coal Strike Catholic on Public Ownership Waging War With Disease South Dakota Buys Coal Mine Direct Action Against War An Author on Fooling the People England's great coal strike, now on, is not hard to grasp in outline if we bear in mind tht the English coal magnates and government have been up to the same monkey business as ours here. Famine prices, restric tion of production, low wager, gov eminment commissions whose purpose is delay, lying promises are familiar to us and to the English workers. Now if we can imagine the English miners deciding that they have stood all this sort of thing they are going to stand, we have the fundamentals of the English coal strike. Over two years ago these miners proposed nationali:ration or the coal mines as the only solution for the country. The Lloyd George govern ment knew a great deal better, of course, because the preservation of coal profiteering and the big business system meant more to it than did the, country's welfare'....

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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