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The State Press Association

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The Oakland eounty Adverüser favors the plan of the publishcrs in each ( :onjrrrsionul district forming uu association sed inakes the following remarks: "Soon aftrr tiie publUben of this Congressioiiul district hmi formo! an association for mutual aidand proteetion, the Aun Arboi COüWSB advanced the idea that if an aáoclailon was forined in each district iu the Sfcte, and a certain nuinlMir of deiegCtM sent to the state associatioii. t could bc made va-t ly more useful to the press of the state in general. The suggesüun lias recfived the endorseinent of many of the most prominent papers in Jlichijfan, and nov sinee au association has been fonned in tin: 7th iHtrict, it is hoped that the matter will r:iiidly assumc shapc and forni. Jourimls iu other districts are agitatlng the subject of a local orgau.aUjn and wc prcdicl that within a year, cach CoDgrewloO] district in the state will liave au association. The power of priinary orauizationstostrenfrth en, eueouraj.'c and promotc the inte rc-t Of tlie craft will be very {rreat We are deckledly in favor of haring the state i .ition coiitrolled by : trom each Conffrcssional district, wlio wül be expeeted to do mmtthlng to udvanee the newspaper and prinünji IWMltll!! bj tlu'.-c Who choose them for representaties, and the, and not until then, will the state a tion prove beneficial U the publishthe stat('."


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