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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 5 June 1908

SDUPSUDi Beautiful and Useful Q Wedding Presents Q □ * c 'pHE month of fair 1 f brides and bridal [p roses i s here! If rpr 1 you should need a fT" present for any oc- j £ easion, don't for- E get the beautiful, 01] 5 high grade line of C] yy silverware Q] fj and hand painted P] china, at— r=j BL. R. Whitelock's H THE LOCAL 'FIELD Friday, June 5,1908 Household goods for sale. W. S. Harvey. We pay cash for eggs at the Reaves Bakery. Soft drinks of all kinds at the Ken- Bewick Club. Gallon pie apples 40c at Kennewlck Trading Company. W. A. Hawes was In Prosser thin week serving on the grand Jury. Three cans of Corn for 25 cent* at the Kennewlck Trading Company. Try a sack of Yakima Beet Flour. Guaranteed the best in the State. Note the professional card of Dr. F H. Cooue In this issue of the Courier. Get your fruit jars for Canning fruit at Kennewlck Trading Com pany. Get you a saddle while they are going at cost. Kennewlck Harness f hop. Sarsaparilla Pop Is a good spring medicine. Bo...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 5 June 1908

OREGON SENATORIAL CONTEST IN DOUBT With That fiucptloß the Kutirr Re ytjfi HtaU Ticket Baa Been Elected. CMIHSGIUJUN IN THE LEAD. Dry* Sweep Many Counties Maritti Only Om liut Is Certain to Remain Wet. Portland, Or., June S. —With the i exception of the United States Sena- j tor, the entire Republican state tick- ! et has bfeen elected. The Senatorial I contest Is still In doubt, with H. M. j Cake, Republican, and Qeorge E. j Chamberlain, Democrat, running 1 close. Returns from ten of the 38 counties of Oregon, outside of Port land, give Chamberlain a lead of 2tii. Multaomah may give Chamber lain n majority of 600 or less. There are 14 Statement No. 1 Rep resentatives and 18 Senators in the next Legislature, according to re turn now in, ten of the Senators be ing hold overt. Prohibition carried in many coun ties which were already dry and in which the question was resubmitted. The prohibitionists gained in n num ber of counties which had been part ly wet, bnt in places like Portland...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 12 June 1908

The Kennewick Courier VOL. VII. NO. s Still Another One Wen. Home Team Proves Its Right to the Rag. Game Forfeited in First of Seventh. The largest crowd that ever turn ed out in Kennewiek, watched one of the fastest and cleanest games of base ball, Sunday when the two biggest rivals fought for the honor of keeping the pennant, which both teams claimed, ever played in this part of the country. Although the game was given to Kennewiek in the first half of the seventh by Pasco's refusal to begin to play in the time limit given by the umpire for "rag chewing", the game was already won by the home bunch and if they had been allow- Ed a further chance, would have boosted the score up some, just to cinch it, The berry pickers were tightening up and Hart was allow ing few chances every inning, while Pasco's slant artist was slowly but surely getting weaker. The cause of the wrangle which ended the game, was Pasco's re fusal to allow a man to be called out and would not begin to play in the...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 12 June 1908

Fortune Making BUSINESS OPENINGS AT FINLEY, WASH. We Need a— $40,000 Department Store 200 Irrigating and Wheat ranchers will give all their trade to the right party. $10,000 Creamery 1000 cows will give patronage as soon as creamery is ready. The alfalfa is there. $5,000 Yearly Profit Our forty-acre alfalfa, asparagus, grape, poultry, dairy, bee and fruit ranches at $75 to $200 per acre, are the best, surest and cheapest buys in Washington. 7,000 acres within three miles. For further particulars, address: Hanson & Rich Investment Co. | Le! the Wind Blow! | ** |R?UT go to FAIRES' and I I S e t a nice new Sum- g? J I mer Dress for Fourth g? 0 f j u iy 4 gee our new gS 5 Shirt Waists in silk and linen g^ VEILING for the Merry Widow Hats <3? Wnite Canvass Shoes; Hose to match Get ready for the warm days, for they are sure to come. 3p | E. G. Faires I IWMWWRWMWWWMWWW^ THE GREAT QUAKERDOCTORS GIVING FREE EXHIBITIONS NIGHTLY Are in your city for a short time only. We remove tape wor...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 12 June 1908

f oooooooooo# # # I : Kennewick Transfer Co. * ? Livery and Feed Stahio J # Dray and Express. Baggage a Specialty. # 0 Prompt and Satisfactory Service. | In The Big Red Barn, Phone 252. J # # # ACCURACY in compounding prescriptions com- . „ biaed with the purity of all our W"~' DRUGS has given us an enviable reputation uJ to^lS with a long lift of patrons. If you "y I want satisfaction in the line of —RE^rf^ Drugs or Patent Medicrnes, give i us a trial. 1 COLUMBIA PHARMACY Edward Siieppard, Prop. — — I THIS IS IT )pZS( 1 I YAKIMA BEST MM I | Tlitf Choicest Flour in the Market fi | Sold hy all Grocers Q O. D. BWANBOV J.I. TRE9ENRITER KENNEWICK DRAY LINE TRANSFER & DELIVERY FURNITURE AND PIAXO MOVING A SPECIALTY ALL ORDKRH PROMPTLY A'ITKNDBU TO PHOWRB42 Hamilton Supply Co. BUY & SELL EVERYTHING Valley Barn and Dray Line \ COPELAND & BOYER, Proprietors j « 1 LIVEK Y*- -! GOOD RIGS AT REASONABLE PRICKS \ We do our own work and guarantee prompt | service and fair treatment. P...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 12 June 1908

Genasco The Durable Smooth Surface Roofing A Slate-colored, tough, leather like material, made from a combination of wool-felt and the highest grade natural asphalt. Made in four weights: i, 1, 2, and 3 ply, providing for all classes of construction. <1 Each roll contains nails, Genasco cement and direc tions for laying. St. Paul & Tacoma Lumber Co. Phone 232 A. L. NORTON, Mgr. i NEW LUMBER YARDS I | at Hanford and White Bluffs City § 1 Lumber, Builders' Materials I ! FLUMING, POSTS, . ' f | We will be able to furnish all your Building Material 2 ? , . at a reasonable figure. 5 2 JOHNSON & ROSS, Props t) Phone 152, Kennewic 5 iro 512 512 512 C* PHONE went up, but get even with the Qj - rpp company by using your phone KA 1 Lib often. Get the Habit. 512 Call up 512 for your groceries. All goods fresh. . KOLBS 512 512 512 -**.to I The BRUNSWICK Post Office Tobacco Farnished BILLIARDS and POOL and Rooms c E TR ,pp & SON> p ro p S< Soft Drinks WVr X USTOTICE! \ Cm Th...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 12 June 1908

1m © Beautiful and Useful f l Wedding Presents [ 1 * * □ 'jpHL month of fair | | p brides and bridal jflTj roses i s here! If Jq| you should need a ijn present for any oc_ }=H casion, don't for- j=! get the beaut if il, high grade line of LJ cutglass, silverware □ rj and hand p inted | { H china, at — □ -n L. R. Whitelocks Q m □ehohnllD 0 ME LOCAL FIELD IP Friday, June 12,1908 See Ketclmm's ad in this issue Household goods for sale. W. S. Harvey. We pay cash for eggs at the Reaves Bakery. Carload of Yakima Best Flour just arrived. Soft drinks of all kinds at the Ken newiek Club. Buy some of that 46.00 coal at the St. Paul yard. Gallon pie apples 40c at Kennewiek Trmling Company. Pianos $225 to $50*1 at Whiteiock's; eacy terms, small payment. YY. W.,Felt-on was in town this week looking after land matters. Three cans of Corn for 25 cents at the Kennewiek Trading Company. Try a sack of Yakima Beet Flour. Guaranteed the liest in the State. Carload of Seed potatoes has ar rived Hamilton...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 12 June 1908

June Meeting of Commissioners The Usual Routine Business Trans* acted. Long List of Bills Allowed. (Continued from Third Page) all members concurring, tlisit said re tort be and is hereby approved. In the matter of petition of W. (' Warren and others for the vacatfo rnd establishment of county road Order for hearing. It Is Ordered by the board that the hearing upon the report of tin- en glneer in the matter of the count' and other? will be held bv th*» T'oa" rf Countv Commissioners of R-uim County. Wash., at their office in th Court Houco in Prosper. Wish., a the hour of 10:30 a. m. on Tuesday the 7th day of July. 190 X In 'he winttor of the road petition ed for by Willis E. Washburn am' others. Order for Hearing. !♦ t« Ordered h" *I'° hnn?"' 4,1 ■ the hearing upon the report of the engineer in the matter of the count 1 road petitioned for by W. C. VVarre rend petitioned for bv Willis f Washburn and others will be held b' t'-n Ro.ard o' Countv Commissione of Benton County, Wash., at...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 19 June 1908

The Kennewick Courier VOL. VII. NO. 8 The New Currency Law. The new currency act is a very lg one. It provider for the for on of incorporated National Currency Associations, of not less than ten banks each. A bank in such an association, having out standing bond-secured circulation amounting to not less than 40 per cent of its capital, and having a surplus of 1:0 per cent, may thru the association, deposit for emerg ency circulation "any securities, including commercial paper, held by a national bank," and the circu lation issued is not to exceed 75 per cent of the cash value of the securi ties so deposited. If, however, bonds of States, cities counties or towns are deposited, the issue may be 90 per cent of their market value and any national bank (qualified as above) desiring to take out circula tion on such bonds may apply di rectly to the Comptroller without the intervention of a Currency As sociation. No bank is permitted to have notes based upon commer cial paper in excess of ...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 19 June 1908

Fortune Making BUSINESS OPENINGS AT FINLEY, WASH. We Need a — $40,000 Department Store 200 Irrigating and Wheat ranchers will give all their trade to the right party. $10,000 Creamery 1000 cows will give patronage as soon as creamery is ready. The alfalfa is there. $5,000 Yearly Profit Our forty-acre alfalfa, asparagus, grape, poultry, dairy, bee and fruit ranches at $75 to $200 per acre, are the best, surest and cheapest buys in Washington. 7,000 acres within three miles. For further particulars, address: Hanson & Rich Investment Co. % Let the Wind Blow! 1 z» « e5 rtJWJ 2a §■ ID lUT go to FAIRES' and g sjj TOT g e t a nice new Sum- gS 5 mer Dress for Fourth g Er'Vja 0 £ j u jy g ee our new gS L. Shirt Waists in silk and linen VEILING for the Merry Widow Hats JjC Wnite Canvass Shoes; Hose to match Get ready for the warm days, for they are 2r* sure to come. LG. Faires 1 MmmWmffMmfm i i«u i Mill tun iin 111111111111111111111.11 inn hi i » 11111111111 it 11 i £ I At The = I TOOQERY...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 19 June 1908

Gen as co The Durable Smooth Surface Roofing Slate-colored, tough, leather like material, made from a combination of wool-felt and the highest grade natural asphalt. Made in four weights: t, 1,2, and 3 ply, providing for all classes of construction. Each roll contains nails, Genasco cement and direc tions for laying. St. Paul & Tacoma Lumber Co. Phone 232 A. L. NORTON, Mgr. n mnfn no NEW LUMBER YARDS j f at Hanford and White Bluffs City \ | Lumber, Builders' Materials l 1 FLUMING, POSTS, f | We will be able to furnish all your Building Material £ 2 at a reasonable figure. 5 I JOHNSON & ROSS, Props., Phone 152, Kennewic | CTin/ixiAAnjviA/ruxnxuinAriruTruii\njxnjTnjuuTJTJTJinjTJiruxruirLrLrLruxrLruT vro 512 512 512 C* PHONE went up, but get even with the qJ j-v * r-p |-i Q company by using yotfr phone l\/\ 1 LiJ often. Get the Habit. 512 Call up 512 for your groceries. All goods fresh. 10 KOLBS 512 512 512 _ 1 Next to 1 The BRUNSWICK I Ci « ars I Post Office Tobacco Famished B...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 19 June 1908

Kennewick Transfer Co. Livery and Feed Stable Dray and Express. Baggage a Specialty. Prompt and Satisfactory Service. In The Big Red Barn, Phone 252. ACCURACY ' in compounding prescriptions com- IV, "*nT bined with the purity of all our W / \ ; DRUGS has given us an enviable reputation |||^iis With a long list of patrons. If you GT i ■ fl want satisfaction in the line of rt Drugs or Patent Medicrnes, give -NiJ || us a trial. COLUMBIA PHARMACY Edward Sheppard, Prop. Riverside Sanitarium and Hospital A Modern Sanitarium and a Prosser Modern Hospital Combined Rates Reasonable Wash. O. JD. BWANSOK J. I. TREBEN RITEH KENNEWICK DRAYLINK! TRAJSTSFER & DELIVERY PURNITURIAND PI A. NO MOVING Jk. SPECIALTY ▲LL ORDKRfI PROICPTLT TO PHONE 842 Hamilton Supply Co. BUY & SELL EVERYTHING Valley Barn and Dray Line COPELAND & BOYER, Proprietors j . ■ LIVEKY I | GOOD RIGS AT REASONABLE PRICES j We do our own work and guarantee prompt || service and fair treatment. Phone 143. j The Jfennewic...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 19 June 1908

A PIANO FGR EVERY KOME ( A piano to suit the pocketbook Terms to suit the customer Prices from $225 to $500 R. L. WKITELOCK'S THE LOCAL FIELD Friday, June 19,1908 Attorney C. O. Anderson was in Walla Walla Monday on legal busi ness. For Sale—A baby go-cart. Inquire at this oflice. L. E Johnson was in Walla Walla the last of the week with his wife who is in the hospital there. We pay cash for eggs at the Reaves Bakery. New orchestra in Kennewick ready for engagements. Euqire of J. A. Van Norsdall. Car load of Yakima Best Flour just arrived. A. J Stone who has been living hi one of Chas. Conway's houses north of the track. Mrs. Jenni i t wli» has been sick for several dn.\s Is now improving will soon be«out again. Latest methods taught on piano. \ioiiu and cello. For partieulns, call Ist door east, of Leard Hotel. Soft drinks of ali kinds at the Ken newick Club. Mr. and Mrs. II M Ashbaugh and Mrs. Croft visited with Mr. and Mrs. C. E (\>x north of Fmley, Suuday. Buy some of that $0...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 19 June 1908

MEWS CF THE STATE Kills Husband to Save Children. Bellingham—Before the eyes of her two children, aged 12 and 9, Mrs. Frank W. Eggleson sent two bullets from a 32-calibre revolver inso the heart and breast of her husband Tuesday morning, killing him in stantly. A month ago the nusband lost his position and feared that his family would be turned out of doors as a payment on the home came due. Monday he declared he would kill his family and himself if he lost his home. Tuesday morning Eggleson at tempted to shoot his wife with a rifle, which missed fire. She ran to her bedroom, where the children sleeping, taking a revolver from the dresser. Her husband came in and grasped her. She fired point blank at his breast. He fell _to the floor, but attempted to rise. The woman fired again, fairly into the heart. He fell back with a gasp, dead. The wo inau has uot been arrested. | Two New Salmon Hatcheries Planned j Anacortes—State Fish Commis- j sioner J. L. Riseland announces that two new sa...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 June 1908

The Kennewick Courier VOL. VII. NO. 10 Pullman 12, Kennewick 6. The State College base ball team, from Pullman, which is traveling across the state toward Se;itt!e, where it will disband, after playing at most of the towns along the route landed in Kennewick Monday of this week and won the second game that Kennewick has lost this year, at a score of 12 to 6. The former students can play ball as is shown in their past performances, having won every game on this tour and the large percentage during the en tire season's games. Pasco was add ed to their list of scalps Tuesday. At three o'clock Monday after noon all the business honses closed and both teams congregated at the Antlers Hotel and Band in full uni form played a selection, after which they lined up, followed by the stu dents and trailed by the home team all marched to the ball grounds to the sharp notes of the drums. The home team tried hard and did some good playing at times but the students were trained to the minute and we...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 June 1908

Fortune Making BUSINESS OPENINGS AT FINLEY, WASH. We Need a — $40,000 Department Store 200 Irrigating and Wheat ranchers will give all their trade to the right party. $10,000 Creamery 1000 cows will give patronage as soon as creamery is ready. The alfalfa is there. $5,000 Yearly Profit Our forty-acre alfalfa, asparagus, grape, poultry, dairy, bee and fruit ranches at $75 to $200 per acre, are the best, surest and cheapest buys in Washington. 7,000 acres within three miles. For further particulars, address: Hanson & Rich Investment Co. 11 in in n 1111111111 ii ii 11 nihi in iii in i n 1111111111 im iin 11111 mi it 11 ii 11 h i>u< ii in 11 ii iit 111115 —At == | TOGGERY i a s New Shoes ! That long delayed invoice of the | FOOT SCHULTZ SHOES | S mm has at last arrived. And we can | now fit any foot from a boy's No- 1 3 1 to a man's No. 14 in the latest up- | to-date styles at popular prices from | $2.50 to $6.00 | Clothing will be at a 25 per cent § I discount until the Fourt...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 June 1908

Genasco The Durable Smooth Surface Roofing A Slate-colored, tough, leather like material, made from a combination of wool-felt and the highest grade natural asphalt. Made in four weights: 1, 1,2, and 3 ply, providing for all classes of construction. Each roll contains nails, Genasco cement and direc tions for laying. St. Paul & Tacoma Lumber Co. Phone 232 A. L. NORTON, Mgr. NEW LUMBER YARDS j at Hanford and White Bluffs City f Lumber, Builders' Materials § FLUMING, POSTS, § We will be able to furnish all your Building Material \ at a reasonable figure. 5 JOHNSON & ROSS, Props., Phone 152, Kennewlc 5 ruvrvinjxrinj\ivnj\AnjTJumnjxnJxruxrmxinnnjTnnri jirLTLTLTLnj .ruuxonruxn vrb 512 512 512 cq PHONE went up, but get even with the qJ company by using your phone hH l\*Vl LjiJ often. Get the Habit. 512 Call up 512 for your groceries. All goods fresh. 10 .i _ no score. fl' to pitcher who fumble 512 512 safelv c.i •* I ' ' ' Next to The BRUNSWICK f Cigars I I Post Office Tobacco . F...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 June 1908

Kennewick Transfer Co. Livery and Feed Stable Dray and Express. Baggage a Specialty. Prompt and Satisfactory Service. In The Big Red Barn, Phone 252. ACCURACY xj-x 1 in compounding prescriptions com- , Ai bined with the purity of all our W / \ DRUGS | has given us an enviable reputation J with a long lift of patrons. If you I B want satisfaction in the line of Drugs or Patent Medicrnes, give \».l j| us a trial. COLUMBIA PHARMACY Edward Sheppard, Prop. ' * ■■ '. ~ == Riverside Sanitarium and Hospital A Modern Sanitarium and a Prosser Modern Hospital Combined . Rates Reasonable Wash. O. X>. BWAN9ON JT. I. TRKSENRITEH KENNEWICK DRAY LINE i»i>i » i t i f TRANSFER & DELIVERY FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVING A SPECIALTY ALL ORDKRK PROMPTLY ATTKNUKOTO PHONE 143 Hamilton Supply Co. BUY & SELL EVERYTHING Valley Barn and Dray Line COPELAND & BOYER, Proprietors LIVEKY GOOD RIGS AT REASONABLE PRICES We do our own work and guarantee prompt service and fair treatment. Phone 143. The k...

Publication Title: Kennewick Courier, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 June 1908

A PIANO FOR EVERY HOME * A piano to suit the pocketbook Terms to.suit the customer Prices from $225 to $500 R. L. WHITELOCK'S THE LOCAL FIELD Friday, June 26,1908 Born—to Mr. and Mrs. E A. lteed on Tuesday a daughter. Don't fail to get prices on pianos from L. It. Whitelock before you buy. Miss Ethel Simpson left Wednes day for North Yakima to spend the summer. Try a sack of Yakima Beet Flour. Guaranteed the best in the State. Miss Mary Wood went to North Yakima last week to spend the sum mer with her brother aud family. Latest methods taught on piano, violin and cello. For particulrs, call Ist dooreast of Leard Hotel. Itoscoe Fullerton, a cousin of Miss Audrey Fullerton, is a member of the Pallman college base ball team and visited them while here. For Sale—A fine, old horse; will be sold cheap if taKen at once. WiU work double or single. Apply to Lewtas Bros., R F D No. I—Finley. Born —to Rev. and Mrs. W. L. Rowan, last Friday, a daughter. Both mother and daughter are doing nicely...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kennewick courier. — 26 June 1908

TAFT AND SHERMAN TO HEAD TICKET ARE UNANIMOUS CHOICE OP THE REPUBLICAN COVENTION ; AT CHICAGO. - ■ . James S. Sherman, of New York, Chosen on First Ballot aa Taft'a Mate. i -■ Chicago—For President of th« United States, William H. Taft, of Ohio. For Vice-President. Jamea S. Sher man of New York. Taft on the first ballot. Taft by 702 votes. Taft by the unanimous choice of the convention. Such is the record of the culminat ing day of the Republican National Convention of 1908, affected amid scenes of tumultuous enthusiasm and after a nerve-racking continuous ses sion lasting nearly eight hours. Hasty summaries showed that Taft was far in advance. When New Yofk was reached, the Taft column totaled 4 27. Ohio carried the Taft total to 511, or 20 more than enough to nom inate. Still the call went on until the final result was announced by Chairman Lodge. "For Theodore Roosevelt, 3 votes; for Joseph B. Foraker, of Ohio, 16 votes; for Charles W. Fairbanks, of Indiana, 40 votes; for Joseph ...

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