AGRICULTURE: Remedies for Revolution

Remedies for Revolution

Near Bowling Green, Ohio, 800 ugly-tempered farmers last week assembled at Wallace Kramp's place to watch a finance company foreclose its $800 mortgage. Bidding began at 15¢ for a spring harrow. When the company's representative raised it to $1.35, somebody shouted: "That's the guy what holds the mortgage." Promptly the bidder was marched well out of bidding range where he was rescued by a sheriff. Wallace Kramp's neighbors bought in all his things for $14, handed them back to him.

¶ At Nampa, Idaho, where a United Farmers' League...

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