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The producers news. [volume] (Plentywood, Mont.) 1918-1937, August 12, 1927, Image 6

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HEAR!
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Meet Him Face to Face
at the
Farmer
9th
Auspices of the Farmer-Labor Party
to be held at
BRUSH LAKE
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Last Big Day of the
Season. Lay Aside
Your Work and
Come Out For a
Good Time.

Boating, Swimming, Pic
nic Lunch, Speeches,
Games, Races.
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FARMERS PICNIC, 1920, SEN. FRAZIER SPEAKING
PAUL CROUCH
College Educated Soldier, imprisoned for his work in behalf of
oppressed workers, will speak on "Imperialism" under the
J auspices of American Anti-imperialist League.
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