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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 10 October 1919

Fjp ROUNDUP I totinued from page Three) Son Mcurdy will leave the w J R. the wceek for Portland, bE Strt oe he will spend the ' here M~?liss Jean McCurdy tei'..Dnonths er mother and will wdg scchol pan the coast city. Mr. S'd chooll join his family for a t, *u~ uilli the middle of the F returned the latter 1i.t' Johns.ok from Minnesota, ·o the as called to attend the ,.ýj-he f i sister whose death oc dE recentYi'~ .. won the $5.00 eerfett te.c bn y the Golden Rule c prize onearest to the number of uess'e ar., which proved to con '4 T. Luntlev\al returned Sunday 1 1rt where she has been at fro Butte "tate meeting of the tna Red:l ihn',a up from Plenty ..d Satuel 'cla to attend the big od the Rex Theatre. nce and a lIrs. l Parks have been Sith friefnds in this city from ;i:ir ianad:an home. Mr. Parks was 0eir Ca~e eng aged in business here en served for a time as deputy sher n'1 at thi .as a caller in town ue dag-Yude~ l r'.turned the latter rt of the u week from a business trip Sin C...

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. — 10 October 1919

Late hre ke b or 9,. the el made a el dd pi~on the receiver nF a statement ition id the bank at the cle n* o Sep -em ber 27, 29 anid October 1 and 2. ,,The tke by abr comply wi.~ eet. He held a copsultatio -with Awsistant Attorney Gneral Ses o is aiding the re ceiver in thie affairs, nad at the conclusion y t\ smad What they wanted the' T-fr. He was tod -r telu diriectrin wanted to kI'i the true condition of the bank foit ~' awn gujdanee. At ter waiting for: a hour and a half the directors were ially give* the state ment, but not until they had promised not to publish the figures contalined therein. While refusing to give the state ment to the public, the directors'de dared that'tl i statement showed that the bank'. e greatly exceeded the legal ' tments on each of those day avon on the day the in stitution nise clbed by the attorney general. CLAIMS (O)URT HOUSE OFI CIALS I[D NOT USE COURTESY The fol g letter received last fall at wh. time Jim Redmond was county autintr and Rex Movio...

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. — 17 October 1919

E PRODU'ES. A PER P TN EOPL. PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE COntinuig tL.. LOORon v VII Nmr 9 LNT'Y*W9O, S~R1DNý UEY ~4 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17. 1919NUBR2 NGERMEN TAKE AWAY BANK FILES Or Accounting BY Raid- St Vipt g paprs and Records. ba 31isins apepa was furnished evidece closing of the 01 . that the that erican bank was a oi ` plot to wreck this in `ed pl. E. Halldorson, si who r eceiver, admitted in tl over his own signature that oecrds were extracted fromn ýrr Albert E. Sheets, Jr., s C"` and were carried any any' accounting having eor any receipts left equest of 0. E. Lofthus, a n in charge of the bank for 8 i records, files and collateral a Id of Halldorson and oth- 4 with the closing, Hall- 1 0t the following note: , c hI GIVE ACCOUNTING October 9, 1919. N.D. w able to identify or inform a to the nature or quantity of and records removed from vian-American bank by E Sheets, Jr., assistant at general, during the time I edcharge thereof. "P. E. HALLDORSON, u t State Bank Examiner. long thi...

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. — 17 October 1919

MEDICINE LAKE F D SHIP 25 CARS OF CATTLE Mdicine Lake Wave: Twenty-five cars of cattle were shipped from ra Medicine Lake by the farmers of this 84 vicinity for the Chicago market t4 Thursday evening. No other more e: emphatic statement can be made of G the progressiveness and advancement F of the farmers in this part of the d state in combination with extensive I grain farming. The prosperous farmers in this list is of shippers are: e Arthur Charlesworth, T. E. Bowan, t Ed. Sherman, D. J. Bedford, John is Murray, Henry McLaughlin, B. A. s Smith, J. P. Schooll, Pete Connole, 1 H. S. Semingsoh, Ed. Eng, Guy Allen, I Lars Larson, King Bros. 1 VANDALS DESTR9 PROPERTY l WHILE OWI' R IS ABSENT Westby News: Sig Otheim, Mrs. Karls and Mrs. Solberg motored to Antelope Sunday to look after Mrs. Karl's city property. She had been notified that vandals had entered her residence and destroyed much of her household goods and found the re port only too true. MED. LAKE AND CULBERT SON ODD FELLOWS ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 17 October 1919

jjSS OF PRESIDENT WIISON LI) TO OYERWORK AND WORRY 0 WASHINGTON LETTER 4tC Able to Relax-Steel riidentt t 4angc Unfair Price ,r- cunmins Rail Bill Hit by i oethod all Fmniployes - Penrose rsail (jtCompulsory Mili- 1 1 gaý _sterling of South 1 %.r1 nralji Remarkable Argu pat3 .steel Trust-Baer Leads felts or \ -c, us Public Domain :1 ist onl Label Feeds Pro Sc.-Any number, hit in government 4( "o . jradlU nt's nervous t .o u hear the 'tom it..,. is directly due *orat ;t anxiety lest the p''P (l, c: defeated and the 0' f~l,,kJ' Sthereby thrown into even more ý,' wadIare titan is now going Sn I urop'ý SturcC you are posi 1. a1 that his illness has no re asuo with any fear about the tcýnation of the league covenant, o , heartbroken because so of his former friends feel that t {t.ed the 14 points. abe still other persons comes the rm ,e~ptssion of belief that the .1¶JCst e I Ns'plv worn out, and that jdentevsare merely jaded, and that a little rest he will be his old a4 ag un" cars to be...

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. — 17 October 1919

TH PRODUCERS NEWS PAPER OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PSOP fOR TIE PEOPLE Continuing the., OUTLOOK PRO OTER PEOPLES PUBLIjUING 4O)MP4NY, PUBLISHER Entered as Second Class Matter, October. 18, 1912, It the Post offiee at Plentywood, Montana, Under tom Act of reh 1879. CHARLES E. TAYLOR, Editor and ger. Advertising rates on Communication should appli ca to n. Sub- be addressed to " .The scription 2 year in Producers News, Box advance, $2.00 six 587, Plentywood, Mon months $1.25. tans. 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, OCTOBER 17, 1919 Exploiting Governments Under the above caption, appeared the leading editorial in the October 9th issue of the Montana Record Herald, dealing with 'the unparalleled graft perpetrated upon the taxpayers of Sheridan county by the old g...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 17 October 1919

LOCAL NEWS I-'w"':'"iýigJ. Sunderhauf and J. 4 $ ` Wee huntir g Sunday. Ba E. Whitmarsh is on the isthis week i Serles was a visitor from I Se-n in our city Tuesday of in week' * J Rose Gibson was a visitor in da r oseeat from Comertown tecounty esdSY. * * P14 . 0 Bakken,"cashier of the White Il bank was a business caller in the tl ba this week. ca . Satlhre, deputy United States Ar of Helena, was here on Wednesday. c yness * * * he r Fishbeck, Harry Smith and Enw cford of this city and M. D. of Gra ( Wolf Point are enjoying a w tell trip to Johnson Lake. b CARLOAD OF POTATOES for tr ck at Outlook, beginning dn October 24th. PERRY 2LE. c w Westphal of Outlook was a - visitor in town Monday, asking this office a pleasant cal while nere. - Mr and Mrs. Arthur Hansler of ai gCoertow. are the proud parents of a by girl born October 5th. All con- e. wed doing nicely. j. C. Heisler, auditor of Farmers Auiting Association, from Fargo died on E. W. Anderson of the Farm hreau, the first of th...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 17 October 1919

PAu;E SIX *THE PRODUCERS MIWS WI am going east and will sell all my personal propryread ýles t of price 3 1.2 miles: east and 3 miles south ofDgaradc M 1 4 miles southwest of Grenora -- - 1 mile east ofVlmrCuc MT .v XTRATEI

Publication Title: Producers News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 17 October 1919

itime. eree a is aml tSa oint ttomohis Wmers ya . to re A Bdeeo t he b! kresidAlertncryoe intoli if town and aineO int th la se arrstd o hreo T Arlbrt probablY hap 1~iealarm~ was tr~~j Jay lilg andtheOw W b g e r and got otoose $ otimne. 'It piv tbb tion oick has takn the maet ter WNS I town w. wihold friends.' ols h Geo. go hadO m ye, wh s t te e td ingerS last wook, l t MidY .:htto Jonhis family at Ssand . is ~itIda. George feels. Prely c oe losing his g " s the or wer pulled out of them~, destro the griP-etev ya l Arthur Beesor, the wleya l of Mr's. Albert Norby, broke intco the Mdoen Hardware Store Sunday ev~ ija.Mr. Moen had some~ business . ýnte store and camne is the front door and caught the youngster in there before he had apprOp~it~d any thing except a .box of crackerjack. The lad was arrested on a charge of burglary. Albert Chapman, proba tion officer for Sheridan and Roose velt countelad~> has taen sethe matter up nd ~mladma beset to the State lReformf School. FLAXVIL...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 17 October 1919

5o IeaIoICo easod. Having rented myTfrmI ow ilar l Foffr Catl ucin nseton2 orr~es norh ndon mil"wet1o5Darna oncso Ir Lee DrgGidtn 1111010fotDs<On fo1Ds ~HorseshelsCattlSoe Mahiery Cow "yersld "w 1ye0s0ldJeerng BiDere MCuli ormickyBinde NM Pnto eldignar350h MangormEckatRaeatBrobBSled BcSorre " 12 " "H20eenio inn Tbul3year old 4 Csectalion Iron LeerDago a Graindstone 4 socets wor chairnDesse70 Chickens 12 1250 30hgalonander 55galone stee a rrelsuh 104 foo Disc Oer 4Footn Disc ~~~~~~Bay~~b 8I "l1200 30 bushels Oatosen Stome Hayh 22DuleDseDil 14icGn Gre Mon l~m 1 alrchurang, East athie , rn' isnT HeaterBo16icSuk Deavralk Separaors W 11 "T RT 120ca,3 iro bed wit matess Ex-H AN O Buckkin 2"200r rockrsl cairtils, Dresser Tablunercs, Walkingclow Wagon and grine tanb ER ooS Chgiffonuntierlower Stn, Couch 3n 1oo4 iankWagon Haero Fannn Millren 3 ecn bicurner keosncs stoves oft $1ven, Nlonrak ete aibnkrcae 3 SAL8STRTS 10..-LNC TNO FIERIMS ofT SA LE:o Altloarticlesrf$0an ne c AshCaTIclEs ovr$...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 24 October 1919

FARM-LABOR MASS E Nl HE.RIDAN CQ -NOTICE [ATE&ATTEND THE P ODU NEWS A PAPER OF ? PEOPLE, Y THE PEOPLE, PO.R THE PEOPLE ".'.'umg the OUTLOOK PROMOTER VoL VII Number 10 VOLUME 2 PLENTYWOOD, SHERID COUNTY, MONTANA FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1919 SNTOR MYERS REFUSES TO INES TIGATEHARDERSEN to Think That Sioux Indian I ,r ies are Proper Methods of N panishment. pON'E BELIEVE THE PRODUCERS NEWS It is interesting to note the differ ence in mental attitude between Con- 1 gressnan Reddick and Senator My- 1 ers aiso between their action. Senator Myers says that the story appearing in the Producers News is 1 grosslY exaggerated and has behind te otory a siNISTER purpose. a tresn Riddick had secured anvestigation already and had the i torture prohibited and the war depart ment is carrying on an investigation. Senator Myers says he will not in yttthe Hardersen tortures, oe , .3e don't think they are true an 1 he v %i, not dc any ,,,nlg until the curges are proven. rhe poor old senile STena'.ar prob...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 24 October 1919

KENNEY SAYS SOCIALISM HELPED HIM Outlook, Montana. October 8th, 1919. Producers News: Enclosed find check for four dollars for classifiction fight; your coupon only called for one dollar, but if I could invest every dollar I make in this as well as the league movement I would feel satisfied, for I know that it will stop copy note stealint and taking meals off from poor men's tables and the clothes off their back like they have been doing. I hear so often that Catholics should not join the Socialist party, yet three years ago I joined that party. At that time I thought I was a Catholic, but I did not know what, the word meant. Today I feel that I am a real Catholic and am in the So cialist party. I know that it will have the same effect upon all Catho lics. So fall in line with the lea' movement, be a league, member and pay your 16.00. Please publish this in your next is sue. JOHN KENNEDY, Outlook, Montana. FARMERS TO EXTEND TELEPHONE LINE Froid Tribune: The Farmers Tele phone Compan...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 24 October 1919

IPENDENT M i5 BSON FROM STEEL STKE, SAYS EARL OUR W'ASHINGTONi LETTER stikr lai Where Public Grnialss I trke air-Montana Senator Join. Tre Faimocrats--Anti-MeZican As- I ciatio Made Up of Notorious secial interestsCleveland Woman I Leaves e atic Committee on : leitarvst Issue-Ambassador Gray e would influence Farmers' Unio t d ackers Agitate Through jleade's National Economy 1 "gWomenA Legion of Patriotic Eployers Invented. I Washington, D. C.-,"The great les- 5 son of the steel strike," says Basil M. I nov foerly joint chairman of c the war labor board, "is that where ever state and municipal authorities haver dealt fairly with labor the strike I have a success, but wherever the 1 publicabofliciasl have made themselves tools of the steel trust thousands th kers have been intimidated I inormiing at work. rThe bald facts of the steel strike i re that during all the preceding easthe steel trust has reshie the 1 oremrtance of electing public officials o whowould do its bidding, while l...

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. — 24 October 1919

THE PR UC RS NEWS PA, R OF THE PEOL& Y FOPLU OR THE PROPLE PEOPLES P CO ANY, PUBISHR Entered as Second (lass , October 18, 1912, at 'the Post office at Plcntywoo4 Monti, Under the Act of March 3, 1879. CHAR LS E. ' YLOR, Editor and Manage Advertising rates in Commumcation should appl 1 ch tio n. Sub- be addressed to The scription 1 year in Producers News, Box advance, $. ..O) six 537, Plentywood, Mon months $1.25. 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 cccasion to doubt or question the re liability of any firm which pat onizes our advertising columns. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1919 * The Fargo Bank Case An order by the supreme court of North Dakota removing the receiver put in charge of the Scandinavian American bank at Fargo, is the sec ond act in a struggle which has aroused the Northwest. The turn coat state officials who happen to be geibers of the state ban...

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. — 24 October 1919

I LOCAL NEWS was a Scobey visitor J" 9 Ca seat Monday. the count * « , . Peterson was a Scobey iantd our city last Friday. visitor l . * * 1.ollefson came down from t.o attend to business Monday. Wagner of Daleview was seen or-ck of plentywood Tuesday. ýj.Stahl made a business trip pient b od from Culbertson Mon . P Debltad came down from Arjjta1 to attend business Tues * * ta S Row-and of Whitetail was i o cal trade Monday of this1 eek, * * u C Nelson came over from took last Friday to attend busi x here. * * s cStiter wife and family to Plentywood Wednesday on ,gjnCess. * * s lPels tad came down from 1 to attend business Tuesday ;; thi week. A. C. Erickson of Medicine z 1 nt Sunday visiting friends i, cur city. * Sh: ter.on of Redstone was h cnt e streets of Plentywood n . c" 4t week. I C. .sa- a1d H. K. Young were a tesi ents sern n Plenty Ple ty 1"st of the w eek . -vel c the Plentywood Bakers scd a netw coupe from the ' -..'a Mtor Co. last week. H. H-. Han:= on and wife and J. ...

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. — 24 October 1919

PAUE SIX THE PRODUppCl NEWS AW ,t eu d ri n dAd iitao ft eEtberg, will offer at Public Sale at Sec. 7, T 32, R55 ixa dah l miles northwest of Medicine Lake on - Hose MACHINERUY 3 T31 Bay eldng yeas wigh 135 Ac e Bnde 8 fotMc~rmic Mo erJ31 Bay thel undersigned Administrat orpeee of thekEstateToflA. N.tAhi. **ber, wlloffr a Puli Sralena Soecs, To 32xg, R4 55c sixkand ahlfw 4'OW mie notheast fc Medcineu Laketo pow raeand tbl otm, Do- TorigCa, rie * 311ni Otbr1 92 ngo anal ae, t1 ecn B ay AcmeR Bnde 8 ooMcomickiMowrJohn1 ~SeBayiGeldinge7Ban1200dGrindersak, Comletese of BAUCkIOmith Toolsaer

Publication Title: Producers News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 24 October 1919

ROUNDUP (tflt1 d from Page Two) nur ftheinum to the city Sa Lrday the r the north side. 0,house on Shaber and daughter sev ieftl aturdaY for Minot, where I lefto spend the winter. for pect t Scd family is nicely wir one the Soo section house, J ýtled moved in this week from the list r udtior R. H. Lynch andwe Auty A p, N. Frazier of Cros e'k ° b usness visitors in Westby yý býer Ba ' day cards were received an- del f ednesd marriage of Prof. Wil- lef ao°ncing the andford and Mrs. El ,da R osenthal at Spokane, Wash., tio day, October 8. Both were edn sdao Westby. They will live rig erly O Wash., where Professor Werd principal of the city to pandeord ts of Westby friends tsi w. ith the News in wishing i slil Unite Standeford a happy and th gr. an l eMrs. roporous al left Wednesday for me S dcar Helgoe at Mabel, Minn. to harenld out his stock and farm- be mplemefsnts, and will remain with S ,g mpaeentr spring, when he in- le a~nd ntring to this neck of the t tend' Iti: Sand Mrs. A. L. ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 24 October 1919

Only Mv~dvw .mert mett levy Stu owl 2w20,,000 are of . win bav lo eawtdaa this i~ctsis told byo Mr. Q he Issay, i'bqga* Kr. 01. " itiý ri ults of. the ';fist -year's POW :.a Itha the* h t . ~ u n e . Is t p as a1 at fri Ia e .thfaiiars betor. the ye ~ priatelie0o # d i Uten t ie aura e w~ould .e sea1 pew i; entr# et wit#pjreb mi cetothes can meet ,the~ wort- a year the ~XP1Umeet the ex -- u rt wnt and lay up a SAV 31 CENTS PER BUSHEL BT CO-OPERATING per bushel was saved to. lIe mb r ., last wek O~>r of at the Equity .Term in St. Paul, which been lost had the gain to ashy but the ers elevator. ld ar pe ds as Nit. Dark Nortbe& with 12 ,per cent dbckage and had a test weight per bushel when received of 51% pounds. Wheat of 'kind was pl . at 2.25 per bu Per cei ;tom s ý t, ceuld be ,iaproved by cleaiang, the icy ran it through fts own , and whenti a*ted itg No. 4 Dark )IeN a*e one `eat dodkage, and t Est Per bushel had been raise4 f ;x 54 pounds. The wheat was st 2.5 per bushel a...

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. — 31 October 1919

-~· -, r :-'<S FARMERAN kCEý <7T At OIl..O t.+ is P R -UN4 2 -·~~ ~ ti is+" t r , t -.}w+Y . y R ~ =·· WNW- ~ j p AEA w- P ; 0 ! ' P E P E i 't x r; l F ý f , V I V. .M o - tb Y Q+T i~IMISSIONERS ATESUPREME COURT RILES THAT CLOSED BANK IS SOLVEiT Sof Langer and Aids Delared and Costs of Atre Case Assessed Agsint I-farur Paper Ruled Good--anki e Seandinavian-American bank +l ndeared "Ilvent, the total costs tl by Langer and his aids im b this institution were levied E the raiders and the acts con- tl with the bank closing were t# and declard illegal by the a Dakota Supreme Court Friday. ti power to deal with the closed i as restored to State Bank a ur 0. E. Lofthus. n BANK OPENS As a result of these decisions the I ed bank opened its doors for busi- a s at 10:35 Saturday morning. o The opinion was written by Juastice nso. Justices Grace and Robin- r san concurred, Justices Christianson a ad Birdzell dissented. The court Ii Wd that: b The bank was solvent and should c sot have b...

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. — 31 October 1919

Prgesd Ter p bripal bere o ner Deli k. A-.. - _ - (Week beglaing Octqp *, 1MS) TAlk ot £ wae y for bi p fron Dulath to the Atlantic is benli removed ik a bad k in di. &t Lawmaze river en the Amiericaa sdl, $100,000,0. tr wer a year. The edbr .1ydeet would thus pay a heAdanme imtubi the improvement ial our raidlitora and manufac-turers of the Northwest weel have a much better cbsce in the foreign market. At least 5 ents could be chopped off the handling ehares of Northwest wheat. The chief criticism of the plan. is that it should have been applied 10 years ago. This development is far ore important directly to about half 1e American people than the Pana ona csaal and should have been com eted first. Since 1900 farmers of the Northwest have lost over half their foreign trade and manufacturers a this section are strangled by cost 4l y transportation. An. . ocean-ship waterway through the Lhoes to Europe, government mh.4 aships .operated at cost, a new o e b Keahpdof the lakes.to es...

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