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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 4 October 1918

MOVE TO SAVE CREAM FOLLOWS ACTION BY N, DEFENSE BODY Minnesota Dairy Commissioner Would Abolish 1,600 Supply Sta tions of Centralizers as "Useless" and Urges State Get Busy. Dairy Commissioner James Sorenson of Minnesota has recommended to Governor J. A. A. Burnquist and the state safety commission that they abolish as useless most of the 1,600 cream buying stations serving cen tralizers for the purpose of eliminating waste of cream, labor and transporta tion facilities. Governor Burnquist has not given any hint of his attitude towards the measure. but it is known there have been informal conferences and the matter has been continued over two safety commission sessions without known action. Big Interest Fight. Efforts of the centralizers, who would be the chief losers, are being made to bring political pressure upon the governor and prevent the meas ure being taken. With the almost' absolute power that the safety com mission possesses, the cream stations could be abolished in a day....

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. — 4 October 1918

THE PRODUCERS NEWS A PAPER OP THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, POR a E PEOLE Continuing the OUTLOOK PROMOTOR PEOPLES PUBLISHING COMPANY, PUBLISHER Enteredias Second CIvs Matter, October 18, 1912, at the Poetoffice at Plentywood, Montana, Under the Act of March 3, 1879. CHARLES E. TAYLOR, Editor and Manager. Advertising rates on ap- Communications' should plication. Subscription be addressed to-The Pro one year, in advance, ducers News, Box 587, $2.00; six months $1.25. Plentywood, Montana. 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 reliability of any firm which patronizes our advertising columns. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1918 Some Differences Clair Stoner, farmer, of Outlook, candidate for the office of State Sena tor from Sheridan county on the National ticket, in the recent pri maries received 89 votes in his home precinct, while his opponent, Mr...

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. — 4 October 1918

ANNOUNCING THE Moline-Universal One Man And Farm Opera..s Boor Impleme MODEL D Won FIRST PRIZE at the Minot, N.D. Trctor Demonstration A Few Features That Make This Tractor Supreme in the Farm Tractor Field, 5. One man controls both tractor and implement from seat of implement, where he must sit to do good work. 6. Tractor backs wtih implement as readily as it goes forward, due to implement forming a single unit with it. 7. Easier to control and steer than any other tractor. A inoman or boy handles it with ease. Turns in 16-foot circle. 8. Land wheel is instantly lowered for plowing, so that tractor runs ley ci when right wheel is in the furrow. Owing to lack of space additional features will be published in this space next week. Watch for them-they're interesting. MOE BROTHERS COOPERATION "LEAGUE MEMBERS AND FARMERS" Agents, Archer, Mont. JOB RINTING SDONE AT THIS OFFICE Phone 1 18 Plentywood Auto & 01-1o Machine o Shop Phone 118 TH"E ART CM R THE ART CAR is Grct. Than the Outp...

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. — 4 October 1918

PEOPLE QUAL iTO TAS K, SAYS ARTHUR ROGERS Ninth Federal Reserve District Will Buy Any Amount, Says Liberty Loan Chairman. DRIVE BEGINS SEPT, 28 Selling in Northwest to Be Completed in Five Days-Local Organizations to Carry Out Details-Work. ers Behind Fighters. "The people of the Ninth Federal Reserve District will buy the amount. of Fourth Liberty Loan Bonds allotted to them, whatever that amount may be. They would buy these bonds even if they did not bear any interest." This strong statement was made by WA. R. Rogera, chairman of the Liberty Loan Executive Committee of this dis trict, after careful consideration. In explaining his confidence in the loy alty of the people of the fIorthwest, be said: "I am thoroughly convinced that the AMERICA'S TASK IN FRANCE. The above pieture of a Premeh town is typical of what the Americans are ading as they drive back the destructive hordes of Kaiserism. It is to prevent more of this cruel waste and help these who have suffered by it to regsin ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 4 October 1918

Government Admia istration of Railroads A Reply to Its Critics The critics of railway operation under Government management have en answered in a statement recent. Sissued by Theodore H. Price, who l sos actuary to the United States Iilroad Administration at Washing. to! Plentywood Bakery' Groceries, Butter, Eggs, Cream, Ice Cream and Cold Drinks LIGHT LUNCHES.SERVED ALL DAY ED WEISS, Proprietor Practical Plumbing r in all its branches is our special work. Having a thorough know ledge of the modern practice of Plumbing we are familiar with the scientific and up-to-date principles of the trade. We employ none but experienced help and use only the very best materials. Our work is " careful and thorough and we do it promptly. We give thoroughly good work at very moderate prices. Alfred Garneau Plentywood, - - - - Montana' uction Sale The success of an Auction Sale all depends upon the number of pros ive buyers present, the property for sale, and the auctioneer. To se e the prospective ...

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. — 4 October 1918

; ij j· · :::CI '1C ~ ;: .L -~Jr "~ ~7 c t~ql B v i "; F· c ~fr··; 1L ·;· ~··:- *, ·, `z i;s~~·: -- ·b. ~ fleas visitgr in ph i ae P* A+ l S "+ R. W. Dickey, of D.le'ti, w*i + county seat visitor Tue-day of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Nickion,' of .autlook, were county seat visitors (Tuesday. s * " Arthur McLain and Ole Aspelund, of Dooley, were county seat visitors 'uesday. Arthur McLain and Ole Aspelund, of Dooley, were county seat visitors Tuesday. Joseph Murr and Owen Logan, who -live near Flaxville, were Pientywood visitors last Thursday. While in town both gentlemen subscribed for The Producers News. J. J. GUNTHER ATTORNEY-AT- LAW General Law Practice , PLENTYWOOD. MONTANA * Fourth Liberty Loan Sept. 28t C..E. CORBEIT BARBER SHOP AND BILLIARD HALL Farmera are Always Welcome. Outlook, - - Montana The City Cafe EAT WELL, FEEL WELL, DO WELL It all depends on what eats you buy, where you buy your eats, and what you pay for your eats. If you buy good eats you eat well. If you eat ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 11 October 1918

-; ..L .N .. r . A. NUMBER 26 " . vOLUME I. t q..--.: , COUN NUMBER 26 nII, V 'rrV· ", I71. " B.I K.WHEELER ACCUSES A.C.M. U. S. DISTRICT ATTORNEY I CHARGES I. W. W. STRIKE IN CITED BY COMPANY'S PAIDl AGENTS. Butte, Oct. 9.-In a signed letter I to Dan M. Kelly of the legal staf of the Anaconda Copper Mining comn pany, United States District Attor ney B. K. Wheeler charges that the t I. W. W. strike in Butte has been ' fostered and encouraged by the paid n agents of the Anaconda company, n who, he says, are high in the coun- C sels of the I. W. W. Wheeler charges that Kelly has c "sought occasion to vent his Aspeean" because he (Kelly) was fined $800 in a the federal court for alleged jury t corruption, in which case Wheeler had h prosecuted Kelly at the direction of la the court. The letter continues: "The I. W. W. organization did herald or call the present strike in ts Butte. They were encouraged to do tl so by the paid agents of your com- C pany. These paid agents are high in w t...

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. — 11 October 1918

Attention Proucers! tli tI a Small individual store co-operation e a thing of the past. 0 The Montana Stores Co., a Cor poration, is co-operating on a plan Where the power of co-operation will be of mutual benefit to the communi- t ty and state. Anyone interested in co-operation should acquaint them selves with the principlls and work- t ing plan of the Montana Stores Co., now operating in Sheridan County, Montana. All inquiries and dates for explana tion on these principles will be cheer fully attended to by Gus W. Vahl . Promoter Whitetail, - Mont. SCOOL DRINKS FOR Walk in and sit down We will treat you right ITIE VALLEY Kelly & Goodman, Proprietors Robt. R. Kahie OUTLOOK t Sells the Champion Cream Saver Threshers' Supplies Belting Tank Pumnps Hose and GU "aadl~a d ;lr ' WE CARRY AtL ,I p' U FOR TOr TIWBrHsonas m AlU W ASHINCGpT OUR WASHINGTON LETTER - _ - - -- , &- . nhliu ntilities ol Washington, , D. C., Oct. o--Poi- e t tical reactionaries have just gone tl through a d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 11 October 1918

Partial List of 18-45 Registrants (Continued from Page One) 34 Arthur Emmet Huseby, Poplar 35 Fred Martin Gothren, Rockey Ford, Colo. 36 Edward Vincent Fergus, Cul bertson 37 Leonard Willard Moen, Culbert son 38 Nels Engebretson Sorbel, Froid 39 Charles D. Hubert, Culbertson 40 Edy Tod, Scobey 41 Frank Milo Catlin, Culbertson 42 Charles Edward Norris, Scobey 43 Charles Evan Moore, Scobey 44 Halvor Stover, Bonetraille,. N. D. 45 Alfred Rehbeim, Bainville 46 Carl Emil Fjeld, Madoc 47 Horace Leslie Henry, Seips 48 Willis Converse Rawson, Bre dette 49 Ludvig Graff, Scobey 50 Theodore Moe, Bainville 51 William E. Pierson, Beaverton 52 Bert D. Templeman, Madoc ' 53 Frank Manternack, Scobey 54 Edward Bucher, Madoc 55 Otto A. Schaumkessel, Bone traille, N. D. 56 Glaibe Lyndale Griffith, Scobey 57 Edward Mearl Palmer, Bain ville 58 Con Konanz, Bainville ,' DELCO-LIGHT Runs on Kerosene or Gas Figure what this means in twenty years' time. Suppose you use 536 elec trical horse power or 400 kilo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 11 October 1918

THE PRODUER A PAPER Q THE1QP :, MY TRE FNPLE FOR TIE Continuing the .D TLQ PROOTh PEOPLES -PUBLISHING COMPANY, PUWI: 1ER Entered as Second COlgs Matter, October 18, 1912, a'eithee Pet ce at Plentywood, Montana, Under the Act of March 3; 1'879':. CHARLES E. TAYLOR, Editor and Manager. Advertising rates on ap- Communications ;hpn ld plication. Subscription be addressed t ie Pro one year, in @vance, duers Ne wa Box 487, $2.00; six months $1.25.. Plentywood, Moatana. 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 ccasiona to doubt or question thereliability of any firm which patronizes our advertising columns. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1918 - Two Platforms Henry Lowe, the Bainville and Culbertson Banker, and merchant and elevator man, who in being so ardently supported by the. Sheridan County Bankers Association and the Eneridan County Loyalty League, bhtter known as "Lunacy, League"...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 11 October 1918

Won F PRZEt.. oFRT PRIZE ýat the Minot, N..Tractr Demnstratin A Few Features That Make This Tractor Supreme in the Farm Tractor Field 9. Electrical governor permits instant fixing of engine-speed at any de sired number of r. p. m. 10. Self Starter avoids back-breaking labor and saves times in field--also fuel. . 11. Electric lights illuminating both tractor and implement enable crowd ing of work in rush season. 92. Perfected overhead-valve four-cylinder engine gives smooth, even flow of power--easy on bearings. Owing to -lack of space additional features will be published in this space next week. Watch for them-they're interesting. M10E BROTHERS CO-OPERATION "LEAGUE MEMBERS AND FARMERS" Agents, * Archer, Mont. JO PRINTING DONE AT THIS OFFICE Phone 118 Plentywood Auto Shop Phone 118 STHE ART C , R THE ART CAR is Grc.·at r Than the Output Demand is Greater Than the Output. Attention--Tractor Owners! We rebore and fix new pistons and rings Worn' out--Tractor 4. ' rnde, , We have the LA...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 11 October 1918

MARK ETI 0R OF FAR PRODU'-TS Kinds of Tricks Practled an Farmers Illustrated by Grain Grading. , A great monopilistic system cap able of fixing prices to farmers and to consumers and of taking $65 out of every $100 the consumers pay for farm products is not all the trouble the farmers faces. In addition, the the big middlemen interests practice a system of petty stealing and grafting in almost eaery line of agricultural produce. lin no field, however, is this petty theivery carried on in a more out rageous manner, and in no line of farm products are the farmers' losses greater from this source than in the buying and selling of the wheat crop. THE CARDS ARE STACKED The other fellow controls the game and makes the rules and is able to steal from the farmer in various ways after he has fixed- prices and taken the biggest share of the farmer's pro duct. Through control of the finish ing, transportation and marketing of products, the laws and the press, the middleman has the farmer at hi...

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. — 11 October 1918

Se More of That Efficiency (Continued from Page One) Ibe hood Read t. Followokg is the contract. Bead through; you will notice that m eyer didn't sign this contract, i. Ys already for him to sign, chg prepared in the office of "Sun Ji But he sent it to the' Pro Plenty wo-od Bakery Groceries, Butter, Eggs, Cream, Ice Cream and Cold Drinks LIGHT LUNCHES SERVED ALL DAY ED WEISS, Proprietor Practical Plumbing in all its branches is our special work. Having a thorough know ledge of the modern practice of Plumbing we are familiar with the soientific and up-to-date principles of the trade. We employ none but experienced help and use only the t very best materials. Our work is careful and thorough and we do it promptly. We give thoroughly good work at very moderate prices. Alfred Garneau Plentywood, - - - Montana' Auction Sale The success of an Auction Sale all depends upon the number of pros ive buyers present, the property for sale, and the auctioneer. To se e the prospective buyers, it i...

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 October 1918

IY 2 - e s 2-3 *.--rý _ of Medicine Lake, motored be e off Monday, Jos. D. Kos ey and Sam ealibb - e of Outlook, were visitors in Ploety wood Tuesday. * *s John Keller, Raymond farmer, drove over to attend to business mat ters Thursday. G. C. Bantz, Outlook farmer, was among the many county seat visitors on Wednesday. E. M. Bergstrom,'of McCabe, was a business visitor here last Saturday in connection with school work. Banker A. Rueber and Clair Ston er, of Outlook, were in town last Saturday on business matters. a * * Don't forget to send packages to soldiers and sailors and have them mailed before November 20th. Lee Munson, the genial elevator man from Dooley, was a visitor in Plentywood, Wednesday of this week. Christ Bergum, farmer, who livj in the Coalridge country, was a busi ness visitor at the county capitol Thursday. s S $ Jens Tange, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. George Smith, of Outlook, were shopping at the county capitol Wednesday. Mr. and Mjs. Robt. L. West, who live sout...

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. — 18 October 1918

,A PAPER OF THE PEOPLE, gY TH PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE cG·ng 6 OUTL.~.rn.QMO T VoL VI Numb A ,Kiln •T B mamma1 iN U M B E R 27O THOUSANDS BELIEVED LOST IN FOREST FIRES S. Paul, Oct. 14.-A dispatch re cdped at the state capitol early this ~fdemon from Adjutant General binow, at Moose Lake, stated that the general forest fire situation was Uell in hand. No further spread bf te fires is feared and it is believed tb the burned areas will be cleared f bodies by tonight. Doluth, Minn., Oct. 14--Chared ains mark the ravages of the fre w~hie swept into Duluth, destroying, bo in Woodland, Lakeside and •ster Park, within the city liipits. Sk of Duluth the villages of plih, Munger, Five Corners, H ney, Grand Lake, Maple Grove aad Twig, which were thriving commu sties Saturday morning are almost eaely obliterated today. Furter rest Carlton, Cloquet, Brookston. lre"ato:, are recognizable only by sipn its, Pike Lake and Pine Hill na pnore, while to the south the loose Lake district is still a smoul...

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. — 18 October 1918

Shall indliual iore co- tn where the power of o -operat .o wiI be of mutual benefit to th.e:o~tmi - ty and state~. Anyone interested in co-operation 'shouli acqualkt th.qu-. selves with the principles and work ing plan of the Mpntana Store.s Io., now operating in Sheridan County, Montana. 4 All inquiries and dates for explana tion on these principles will be cheer fully attended to by G W . • . ., Gus W. Vah Promoter Whitetail, * - Mont. COOL DRINKS FOR Hot Days Walk in and sit down We will treat you right THE VALLEY Kelly & Goodman, Proprietors I · :·-·n'. ~ ~ | LLi --Re K aM OUatTLOOK eCapion Cream SaverF~I'1 F' 4T- ~4 S. 41T ~tr ýd aa:ý 1. a ~TT, W -1 G i ` YYi l~l l-y -iI; -4~~~ --C-~IYw O il ~1IE ~o rr~ls~lg~lkPc3~''I L Many After-the War BiS PIqrsop d 5spjtr Overuias3d Mt 3at trati 4ra lapse has brou.ht a smen need foie revapink gp i toe program for the Wongassional campaign. On the face Of,things, the prospects now are that Turley- - and A trit - forced- to surneder h pei...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 18 October 1918

|LIONS LOST i tOW TX tN, OE PRODUCTI`N, Opp000, Missing From State Funds Through Defeat of Ton page Tax in Minnesota. iRE LOSSES ARE SHOBW plion and Half Tone of Ore Remafu' i, Ground.-This Is Double Amount Already Removed from Norther! RangeS By Prof. W. G. Roylance. TIe United States Steel Corporation, h owns or controls more than 80 cent of Minnesota iron ores, wad -zed in 1901, and is controlled by, o0rgan-Rockefeller interests. Its f asset at the beginning consisted iron mines on the Mesaba range, t had been acquired by Mr. Romke er, by the foreclosure in 1893 of a gage securing a loan of $420,000,' ebh e had made to the Merrit ers, the original owners of the ter part of the Mesaba deposits. kefeller turned in this property in new corporation and received for )39,708,77l of preferred stock and equal amount of common stock 'ai of $79,417,542. This stock has earned for Mr. Rockefeller $338,-, i376, counting the dividends de and the present value of the on the basis of the corpora...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 18 October 1918

A-b~PAPfC - Advertuiaig ntSS'4 sp- O -o#a a houI$ plicatiOfl. 8Sabec rii on bet ýddsqp4d to Tbe Pro one year, Is vYDcS, due *.- : I $2.0; iii 1*S $15 - PO"take it as att' f i*f r~ "W V d" abet Pu1M'I *S8 oi ie~s " doubt ar q WO*M· w bab;iuv d..a whie uS aivw-thbt .ueuu. IRIDAY, OCT.'13E1 Z8, iBE A year or ago, the exat is of no interest one Ben Jolmhns, who was clerk an erdeorder of She dan county at that time, havig read in the latest dcve stories and Te press reports o.. t our natio det tive agency abo t a famous little in strument cal the dictaphorm got a unquenchable. aMcy for one of these little- instruments.. In his mind the business .dflr#iMd the county clerk -and recorder's oice could not longer be properly admin. istered without the use of a dicta phone so the proposition was, sprung to the "three blind men," was favor ably passed upon and the order seat forward. In time the little plaything ar rived. It cost, .it is reported, around fve hundred bucks,. maybe more, maybe le...

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. — 18 October 1918

meuts L -IPWI Roosevelt Made Ib IBy St PaulNews TLEGRAM AND LTTER_ ' 8pSCIAL INTEREST C 'L IN jP-gEAPOLIS SHOW HOW . L ITY LOAN AND LOYALTY SPEECHES ARE USED AS CAYM OUFLAGE. On October 8, the St.-Pal Datly News made public the two docum a ahich prove conclluy ¶ tI - velt is using the Zo t ir ig and the lo mans of rallying SupaO* 'fg the speial interest poitit 4ci ' an d for his own candidacy in 1920. A. A. D. Rahn, who signs the documents, is a highly paid political agent of the Carpenter-Shevlin lumber interests. F. H. Carpenter, to whom they were sent, has figured prominently in con spiracies against the Nonpartisan League. He is a millionaire limber dealer and has long been a leader of reactionary politicians in Minnes. ta. The fact that his brother is jga aging the Liberty loan campaign in Minneapolis made his task of staging the Roosecelt performance easier. Rahn's letter to Carpenter shows that Roosevelt is not attacking the League because of his own investiga tion, but that ...

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. — 18 October 1918

VA~ is Lry;.·* parme-LaW ao~dU Mmad Has SO S·* Uni,.e for· V~ REATIMAR~'AR~s~fl 9rr~ RIeview of MineutdiaeS lson o8ww Onty Two Patties, ae 'r9 *pVy the Other tResi`ctIt.-Evans 8o": idly Backed by Pouis. St. Paul, Mina.u- nesota : las Just entered inte one of the most interest. `Ing and ye oneo't d ei moet4 complex political campaiab in its .atire his `tory. P~alicias ;ie s ter that. the ~coming c.tmpaign inll see epoch mak :ing eovtIY in the ~state's ..political. hife ;tory. So Der as the elemets that go to :make yp the .political tu~i ttion are concrened, thIse :are :naterots cor plicatlons--so alany complications, -i fact, that the eatise allsatioi takes ý -manysiided apett, ,, Gubers*tL*ral ,Rpoe i..ads. In the gubernatorial race is prb 4bly one of the ;'ma t Ipteresting sit-. ;ations. Into .tiis :'S t, .as well as.the fights for dMees ef attprney geteral lad clerk of tl-iBstaate suprdme court, the strength of te powerful .erce :formed by 'the combination of the Na tional Nonpart...

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