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*f : - mnn hut lintJtMtLltiiul Vmvina- frnttp «n fl C C*OOPFR 'I State on the same basis. Th‘
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ing sdo pledges of continued loyalty ““'Caart ana tnonas. promptly Degnn . vote received by iT*,n. Fisk in iSoS was j . . state are eol‘P^lJf•ra^' i, hiffhe' -
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Pm-keroTthat After the defeat of several mo- 189. Ihper cent of the total vote cast
r^i at vi2A tions, Mr. Dickie offered as a substi- Oregon Prohibitionists lead with 4 H mo9t favorable terminal tariff rates is
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he deterfbiwed he could-not nse the J Dipkie’z rwoluitea, .jTha I Bygb, Secretary of State, 8,- i
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