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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 2 April 1920

ed fromn palge fore the farmers of the at oluncil made by the bu- p fst annual meeting inP adopted a resolution -el t the "Farmers' Nation no authority to speak $ he farmers of this coun cing all efforts to al fsts with what was rdicals of the industrial ampton points outgi i never attempted to i l farmers, but that it ia f many progressive b t need a political micro that the evil of the so sts in its program ca~ll vernIent ownership of w d ships, the federal trade w recommendations on the ti s alliance of farmers ti e labor to secure poli and similar progressive a ve farmer organizations n suspicions of those who b 0ting the Farm Bureau B but in general they. have to accept for the mom- e ro.nise of the federation a t it would be nonpolitical, itself with promoting the - of farming. But they also t an attack on a nonparti e' organization fighting rivilege is the rankest kind politics for a "nonpolitical" Y COUPLE ARE MARRIED , Sun: Miss Myrtle Celia daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 'klund,...

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. — 2 April 1920

Patten Vamp Imitation Tit:i W omen's Novelty Boots rown Kid Button flesile preme mouse color top, buttonr, B to:D Kay full Louis heel, B-D, 3 31 to 7........... .................$15.00 You can select from these top notch numbers and kn ow that you will have a high grade shoe that you will be 7, price $1.00 proud of. 4They are shoes that embody every point of excellence that will be looked for by the most critical customers- I.. Style, Elegance and Fine Quality Throughout. OUR WOMEN'S HIGH' GRADE SHOES REACH T HE APEX IN FINE SHOE MAKING. No. 1791 Patten Leather Pump, Size 31-7½ No. 4585 Women's Havana Brown Kid, 9 in top, Louis Price ................................................................................$9.50 Vanity Heel, to7 ........................No. 8862 Vici Kid Pump B & C Size 3-7 We have the most complete Vanity Heel, 8 to 7 ... $10.50 P ................................................................................ $8.75 stock of patten leather and kid No. 8820...

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. — 9 April 1920

LS ub inadvanin - frme.,-s; " Volue 2--Nuber EPRODU NEWS c . Paper, of the People, for the People, by the People _cr Plentywood, Sheridan County, Montana, Friday, April 9, 1920 Volume 2-Number 52 te Supreme Court Issues Writ of Certiorari e Corner Must Trahsmit Transcript of Record in Coryell Case by Order of Chief Justice Brantly Afpstly Appearing That District Court Has Exceeded Its' geý,, Records Must Be Certified to Supreme Court, utdge Comer Ordered to Desist From Further Activities I Matter. i Brantley, of the Su f the State of Montana, Writ of Certiorar, to Judicial District and Comer, judge thereof, C E transmit the records entied, "In the Matter of C. E.l Coryell, Appli te preme Court for re t body b ause as the says, 'IT MANIFEST- I STO US BY THE PE AFFIDAVIT OF B. K. )N OF THE PARTIES o INTERESTED, E CiRTAIN ACTION OR , PENDING BEFORE I GEXERCISING JUDI-I 'rIONS, HAVE EX YOUR JURISDICTION, THERE IS NO AP PLAIN, SPEEDY OR 1 REMIEDY, AND IT - G FROM SAID PETI AFFIDAVIT THAT...

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. — 9 April 1920

OT f WA n4Ac r Prices Based on Louisiana Co 74i. ure--Congressional C o.ia ;- l te* Take Up Soldier C Poland to Get Grain Sur. -Reeds Wants S&e titation of Charges . by:, u Federal Grand Jury on .ht Manipulation-Women GGive Co sa.er's Case Against Packers, Wshington, D. C.-One-fti th of the sugar used in the United tat is pioduced in Louisiana. ' Ii Lah u i ana. rop last year was a d aie-: only about one-thmid of iormaL'n .:Wi cost per pound was ruinously high. But then so was the cost of the wheat raised in eastern Montana and western North Dakota, on the aver age, any time these past four yeais. The American public was:-not cniot pelled to pay for its flour and 'its bread a price high enough to yield a profit to the farmers who harvested four bushels per acre in the drouth area of the Northwest. Cuba's sugar crop last year was 4,000,000 tons, or enough to supply the United States. It was offered to the Unitcr States government at 6% cents a pound. Seven members of the sugar eq...

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. — 9 April 1920

Itens from Our 1nd Staff Write .r W ESTBY sd spent Sunday in 'West er is now with the Duo- yes Sat Flint, Mich. Co A unaer entertained rrSeuter Saturday even- o on of Comertown was is OeuSSr evening. S-aturda ll smiles Mon ret - an eight pound d sust like its father. An ks Dreitline returned lion bells, where she was on Work r Canada returned lef rlie oDr McCannell's hos- at e he had ton'sis removed eatent' I returned Tues a taulr, uwhere she spent St..h au. uncle She came 1T pit ant u~c. Miss Pauls laentywco er *farm and tic emain on WE j Vea3r. rrived home Sat- fir etthe copper country of a t here he tried his M: cianri n the winter. M1 opaan is on the sick list th cold. s home from vii school for Easter vaca- SI er iiet Schmid began clerk- ur local postoffice this week. onie Neresoln and daughter re yesterday from a trip down Almos and daughter of n( are guests of Mrs. P. G. An ohn Slager arrived from M hospital Monday. , ihie Onstad arrived home from the Montana State C Bozeman,...

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. — 9 April 1920

PAU OPT PEOPLES ( At k.; { scription 1 year in d, New, Box advance, $2.00 six 5, Vo months $1.25. teso Quack, fraudulent and krresponable firms are.no ; no advertised, and we ill take it as a favor if any readet. Ill adve us promptly should they have occaiuep :to doubt'pr questli the re liability, of any Arm which patronizes our advertising cdtumnns. FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1920 THE OBJECT OF BUSINESS In the case of Dodge JBros. versus Henry Ford the supreme court of Michigan has told uswhat is the legal object of a cor poration is. PROBABLY FOR THE FIRST TIME AN AlMERICAN COURT FACED A SHOWDOWN ON THE QUESTION OF WHETHER THAT OBJfECT WAS GENERAL INDUSTRIAL WELFARE, AS IS SO OFTEN CLAIMED, OR SOLELY SEL FISH PROFIT. AND THIS COURT HELD THAT THE LATTER WAS NOT ONLY THE OBJECT BUT THE ONLY lEGAL OBJECT. Henry Ford, owner of about 58 per cent of the stock in the Ford company, had planned to allow most of the profits to re main in the business and to use them for immense development of manufac...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 9 April 1920

CAL) was in Pleath w' iness. K went to Flaxviile $_ resfs io n a l c a ll. . e* left Monday for wifriends at Scobe?. SscobY was abusi Oý pcentYWod Wednes - rdS~ of Antelope hriddle onof the week on a uiddle 0f MidbY was visiting Sthe latter part of last Special reside spent TO IMY FRIENDS AND OTHERSJ. aturday I ant going to place on sale one or two articles at the Get Your SEED BEANS at the Bakery, ONLY lle LB. -wde the Arbuckle COFFEE, the best coffee that SMoney Can Buy the city IL AUSOLUT ELY FILL ALL MAIL ORDERS FOR YOU. R entywood Bakery H. and Grocery. pron dal calln moi eats had ters den thei day will ers Nal to thiF FO A WORLD REBUILT co P14 his By the Golden Rule liv not by the rule of Gold a HIRTY denominations of the Church are uniting in a a simultaneous campaign in the week of April 25th May 2nd.I They are uniting because the task before the Church is too great for any one denomination; because there must be no duplication of effort; no waste. These churches know that t...

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. — 9 April 1920

spendni a portion, of t rand Mrs. Harry W from Wo ` Point, where L. has been decorating the Neaw er man m otel. ; Mr. and Mrs. Caroll Spu_ er of Flaxville were in this city on Mondayl afternoon.. Mrs. Spurner is an inde pendent candidate for the ofce of Clerk & Recorder of -Daniels County. Arthur Nelson, who has been at 'tending school at Fargo, N. Dl,~ re turned to Scobey Friday. He has ac cepted a position with the Libbk Ism - bher Company of this city. 1 Miss Claire Horviek, teacher of the Bainville Public School, came in . at . I urday to take in the Scobey High School ýplay, and spend Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Clayburgh. I C. B. Aasness, Lou Boyd, W. T. ' Stephens, Ben Hart and RLalph Green- " gard were among the Elks who chap- ( eroned a group of unsophisticated ' fawns to Williston last Saturday, re-,. turning on Monday. . Joe Whetstone, was among the out I of town callers in this city last Fri-l~ day. J. O. Williams returned this week - 'from Camberia, Minn., where he...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 9 April 1920

- ~ ~ ~ .,fWx f ' oil ·-iE PRGRM' OF, FESiNL' i i..~sE 4rv IU )ACEFUL 'O i SOI~I.ION O NRS; isan Movement Strikes at Cause of Injustice and by. urbing Exploiters Shows' Way to Industrial and Political Democracy. -_. / Ig!~ ri ';2~*>7~; ALA·Il~ / : : i ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ( ;I,-·:i~i EACEFUL SOLO iiNO URS isnMoeet tiesa aueo Inut c ndb ~~~urbing~ ~~~·i EpotrShwWatoIndsra adPltcalDeoray in should also be removed w recruits will not be forth. For until the cause of dis removed it will continue to icals. r and patriotic force seeks the cause of discontent by constitutional means-by the For whatever policy of gov is authorized by a majority 1 torate, while In the enjoy free speech, free press and mblage-all guaranteed by itution-is not radical, but "c. partisans Have Key. short, is the attitude of the n League. It would make rment an antidote for the e control of trusts and cor without destroying them. It this only when a majority ectorate, after due considera ercises its prerogative by of the ...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 9 April 1920

" Specil~ s o.r nlmans en's Spring Suits Boy's Spring Suits in both the extreme and conservative models, finely tailored of Our Boys New Spring Suits are stylish and dependable Suits, for best fabrics. Prices ranging from Sturdy boys. Come and make your selection while we have a $20.00 to $400 large assortment. Don't let your boy envy the other boys. Let thim be the envied one. Prices range from$6.00 to $14.00 No. R 738 Women's Supreme Spea Hery Patten Vamp Imitation Tip, Women's pure silk hose, black, navy, Women's fine ribbed top cotton hose- Black Cotton, 51 to 10 ..............40 to 75c Brown Kid Button, flexile mouse color top, button, B to D white grey and cordovan, black white and grey. Price pair 35 to 60c Men's Cotton Hose, black, brown and Kay full Louis heel, B-D, 31/2 to 31/2 to 7-------------------------_--- $15.00 31/ . 7 .$15.00 per pair .--......... : ---...... --.. --..... $3.25 to $3.50 Children's Mercerized Lisle Hosiery- tan, per pair-..-...................15. Wo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 16 April 1920

'ýPlumb. .eetinp Whitet iI, Monday, Apr.: 1 ~eWednesday Apr. 21; Sc "eFrida Ape' `; I _bw it Plen ywod,. uty ! taa, Friay, Aprl. 6192 g b A Volume 2t be v;'~p lvaniels Vmj paign Ilt RA / , ^ I S LEAGUE HAS FULL TICKET IN FIELD$ JElectiJ Will Be Held May 11th, At Which Time Election i te on Both County Division and a Set of County cial4. 9 s. } an county 'ion campaign in the territor braced in the propos ed new c ty of Daniels is now well under y. county division boosters, most em from Scobey, are working ertime in behalf of the new coun ty and as the roads become passable, it is certain that the roads will be lousy with county division and coun ty seat campaigners, besides aspir ants for public office. It is rumored now that Scobey will not be the lone and solitary contend er for the county seat, but that other villages in the confines of the pro posed new county are feeling life in the way of county seats too, which it is claimed will be followed In time by 'labor and birth. Thus i...

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. — 16 April 1920

CANDIDATES SPEND HUGE, AMOUNTS IS CHARGE MA DE ON SENATE FLOOR OUR WASHINGTON LETTER Oe. Candidate Said to Be Buying Testimonials at $2.50 Each Labor Scares West Virginia Congressman-Baldwin Loco motive Works Flirts With Martens-Anti-Soviet Repre sentative Would Keep Own Officers Out of America-Rail roads Want Guaranteed Earnings on Their Water-Miners and Operators Agree on 27 Per Cent Increase. Washington, D. C.-Senator Borah read to the senate this statement from the Indiana Daily Times: " 'Get the nomination at any cost.' This word has been passed down the line in the Leonard Wood organization, and his Indiana managers, at least, have taken those who are financing his campaign at their word. The lat est publicity plan resorted to is that of obtaining 'testimonials.' The Wood campaign thus far has resembled to a great extent a patent medicine ad vertising campaign. * * * The rea son for the numerous testimonials has now been revealed. They are be ing paid for at the rate of $2.50 ...

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. — 16 April 1920

COrITY ROUNDUP Imtea.t Itemn from Our Ecumndm and Staff Writena BAINVILE Mrs. Francis Shufelt of Mondak spet Sunday in the city visiting at at the Sig Johnson home. County Commissioner Weinrieh spent last Friday in the city looking after business in connection with his SAVE GASOLINE Get four to six more miles per gallon. Get more power and freedom from carbon. Have an air brake on your car, and a cool er engine. Put on a Lydon Speedier. It gives you all of these. It means dollars in your .ocket. LYDON SPEEDLER Attach on any car. Cross cutting air spray in manifold enables you to burn more air. Has the proper principle. Handsome steering post control at your finger tip. You know you are getting results. Touch the control and watch what happens. Pays for itself in a month, complete with steering post control, flexible shaft and decarbonizing attachment 500 P rice .................................................. See or write me for demonstration. Agents wanted. JOHN LINDBLOM Exclusiv...

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. — 16 April 1920

THE PRODUCERS NEWS -rsrf OF TRE PEOPLE. ST TRW PEOPLE. Far. THE I1111.: & .m. :tor ;,: Wt? x)l rino 'r rFx rMO!i'" PEs N UEi4PC Ctwt a ,s ± : EIYEL:C R s. r~SCs ~~ l 1' F-" I : Pot a- :1 -rc . -.·~ iF:· E. F _ i - I NtI_`l n't n ift_ yr. -S a'C[ie..:: .ý I- 1 j ze~:.:-' :.. s a £e's ty .t'r .·· 4' .-- Iof n Ci'. id 1 : V3 ;·lktkesi erksie ini the· s -d° of c lo).04io over thel he:-~ c ~ Q z ' ngo my . ndit iit in f iw o fact tht the· A.ho. n-_. -I :";t' r _rt%-;4ved n the courts, Z'" Maj.,_u iss-jed the warrantss --:~ lr~- i.C e~i por dty eisrg~ trrr~ i aiait ir*. o CO~lt~ciueil't. ti:= `:-in o a re ci s h4r. Major did nut ; ut to sign t hes &-iix two C-trt Corns. s-ioners and Luckwood staiyed w- V1- t:'_-- ta hii he wa.s finally coerced unto signing. Belot - isuing the warri.ants he haid promised several of the' farais'. "t*:at h-e wouM not sign them. sai'ng "I widl die before I be. it he peple wih elected nsx " ,> i-< fellow did. 1-c:; - I t rrurts 'ere signed and th...

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. — 16 April 1920

SLOCAL NEWS Frank Mueller attended to business matters in Scobey the first of the week. Hank & Cal's orchestra played at! Comertown last Saturday night for a <lance. Editor Chas. E. Taylor transacted business in Outlook the latter part of the week. Dr. Price Lewis of Opheim arrived here Monday to take up the practice of Dr. Steele. -L. D. Forncrook left Wednesday morning for Warm Springs where he took a patient. Attorney Erick Moun of Poplar trans.ctcd legal business; here the fore part of the week. F1iank Nicholas has purchased the S. i!. Ticker rei'idnnce and will take posse::ion imamediately. Miss Ella .anney v.ent to Scobey Tuesday afternoon to a"isit her father who is repFloyed ther e. L. V. Lockwood returned to this city WednIceday to resume his dluties on the cis.;ification work. Mr. and Mrs. Maltin Sindt and s:on spent Sunday with the Claude Tucker' family who reside in this city. Mrs. Rose Henderson of Crosby has been visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. L. E. He...

Publication Title: Producers News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Producers news. — 16 April 1920

COUNTY ROUNDUP (Continued from Page Three) CULBERTSON C. C. Lewerenz returned Friday from a business trip to the Twin Cities. Capt. C. A. Rude visited at Sidney Monday and Tuesday of this week. Many autos were seen on our streets this week for the firnt time this spring. Mrs. C. L. Bronson from Dore, N. D., is the guest of her niece Mrs. L. A. Stout. M. J. Dunn, manager of the Mon tana-Dakota line of elevators, arrived in town yesterday. Frank Fairley went out to his big ranch this week and is preparing to put in a big crop. Dan Walters returned from St. Paul Wednesday where lie has Ieen spending the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Huebner, who have been sojourning in Culbert.o4n several weeks, left for Brush Lake summer resort of Huehner & Motin yesterday. Mr. and MIrs. A. .J. Bliss and three children visited MrIs. O. Erick-,,on ald son Edgar over Sunday this wee(k. They are mnoving from Fortsuna, N. 1)., to White I.-h, Montana. 'rhe l'E:.ster dance in the P'rincess theatre Mondlay ...

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. — 16 April 1920

"U" JOURNAL RAPS HOTHEADS Editorial Compares "Pro Ger man" and "Red" Hysteria and Demands Sanity. College professors are supposed to be disinterested observers of publie afairs and when they maintain their detachment their observations are ex ceedingly valuable. There are times when teachers "slop over" and then they are pathetic indeed. Proof that there are men on the faculty of the University of North Dakota who see thru unprejudiced eyes is found in the March number of the School of Educa tion Record which is edited by Joseph Kennedy, Dean of the School of Edu cation. The leading article, entitled "Returning Sanity," discusses in able fashion the hysteria about "pro-Ger mans" and "reds". We are glad to share this editorial with our readers: "During the last three or four years theer has been a constant display, even in America, of the fierce and in tolerant mind. Indeed, I am inclined to think the display ,worse than in many less democratic forms of govern ment. While the war was...

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. — 16 April 1920

A.Ingwalson & Co. NEXT WEEK'S Dry Goods Specials LOT NO. 1 Ladies' & Misses corsets values up to $3.50 1 Each .......---------------................................ -------------------. 1.50 LOT NO. 2 Ladies' Corsets, values up to $5.00 9 Each ........................... 3. LOT NO. 3 Children's Black Hose qg Special, per pair ........................................ LOT NO. 4 Children's White Hose ý[ AH sizes, per pair .......... .J.... ...................... . LOT NO. S- Ladies' Black Hose . ....................................... .35 LOT NO:.6 Ladies' Art. Silk Hose in nearly all colors and aC sizes, extra special, per pair ...................................... AT THE PRESENT HIGH PRICES OF MERCHAN DISE IT WILL PAY YOU TO COME IN AND LOOK AT THESE SPECIALS. A. Ingwalson & Co. PLENTYWOOD, - - - - - MONTANA ANNOUNCEMENT! Thi. is to announce tlhat we have taken the A geny for the Avery Line of' Tractors-"i'Pwer-L.i' and1 "Self-Adjusting" Tractor-drawn tolls ant Tract or ...

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. — 7 May 1920

Widest read paper in [CrtZn Northeastern Montana; Snb. in aJamz.__. ýW THE PRODUCEIRS NEWS I1z owned by the farmers; Sin le s _ __JM . Supports N-P League. I.S1 Is i Paper, of the People, for the People, by the People contin.i the Ou.ook ..romote Plentywood, Sheridan County, Montana, Friday, May 7, 1920 Volume 3-Number 4 Volume 7. Number 17.Cony , Road Bond Election Lost by Big Margin Less Than 1,00O Voters Cast Their Vote on Road and Poor Farm Bond Issues at Election Last Saturday Nearly Every Precinct Votes Against Bonds--Village People are Awakening to the Fact That County Commissioners Can't Be Trusted With County Money. LAST OF SPECIAL ELECTIONS By a majority of nearly 3 to 1, the Special election held last Saturday to determine whether or not to allow the County Commissioners to sell londls upwards to $400,000.00 for the pur pose of building r,:.,as and for the purpose of :.;tard;1l.iný a ccunry poor farm, was voted down. In nearly every precinct the vote was cast against the ...

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. — 7 May 1920

CASE AGAINST NORTH DAKOTA LAWS HEARD BY FEDERAL SUPREME COURT WASHINGTON LETTER Time of Decision Uncertain-Burleson',; Labor Policy HIarmpers Postotlice-Old Populist Beats Palmer in (;eorgia-Sentiment for Freeing Political Prisoners (;rowing-Sonora Labor Not P'leased WVith Cartanza-Koreans Strong Against Japanese Imperialism. W-, n"ton. 1). C.- Suit of the "I2 t.nra\ ,. -" a-ain- ' the inet indu-trial l " Ltt,,, rnf North Dlt.k ta lha. h, ,n lwr · i a th e d'tl f rl !Ipreme court. f'r ý :- the "i taxpa I ter.," re p )" -,r it t:; ' ', .i lt -[ri tl i rt, r ri S.. -r.nt , ll ,.t th, ir p .i-e h!,fr T' t - t upC niwn ;nurt iand the ri ,r t tourt, !tin-, at a t'. • o, ..U , and, in r'.po :, t ; t (" vernor I ' r t,, t . court ati cVccDr I , '. r~ to Ap:il fs . .. n t., at ,tatl l i r hc,' r. S ' D' atit l mllnent to tI I, ''tu ,n. :anti the at.1'e: [r o cl i e t iv ti i-hi '.wt:c tr of x 'i' c\iii fol the facc t'," , . , *,, ' .* t 1i t, ie" p ll ' Ir ain ' , opl o," North ltakota S ,l...

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