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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 24 January 1908

TftE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE i i Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky Entered as SecondClass Matter February 19th 1WM at the Postofflco at narbourvillo Ky undor Act of Congress or March 3rd 1879 187UEDITOR D WILL CLARK EDITOR AND PUBLISHER DR JOHN FRANCIS COFFEY ASSOCIATE EDITOR Subscription Rates 100 per yenr in advance to Everybody 1 N > 14 IB the number for those desiring to communicate with this office by phone Ring up Central Find ask for number You will then be connected direct with this office if you huvo The Camp Ground Telephone service 14 1 I Tho Official Organ of the Rcublican Party in Knox Connty Geo B Lockwood iFrom Indiana comes intelli gotice that the Hon George B + Lockvood Private Secretary of t Vice President Fairbanks is to be a candidate for Congressional honors in the Eleventh District of that State The Eleventh In diaiia consisting of the counties of Blackford Oass Grant Hunt ington Iinmiand Wabash is now represented by the Honi f George W Rauch Democra...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 24 January 1908

I 0 u q i BARBOURVILLE > COMMERCiAL CLUB > It 0 y og g v V q 1 I > Education of Union Coi > lege With a Banquet f > > t Rt Administration Building on Last Tuesday Evening 0 Z vrr Fully Two Hundred of our Citizens Present to Partic i ipate in Festivities Beside Faculty and c r Student Body Together With Out oftown Guests which Swelled j r k the Gathering to Perhaps ii Four Hundred i ADEtf1t11 I CIPTJ1T P j rj LTifrrc Cy aJ1 tr b AJ r r 1 NEOfthemnstbnllmntandt t at the same time pleasant affairs that it has been the r t pleasure of our people to enjoy in f many ft ly was witnessed at the + Administration buildingnf Union College on last Tuesday evening when the CotmneroiiU Club of our city met with our fair ladies and j business men to pay our respect UII appreciation to the Board of Ir Education of Union College toice i practically everyo e ip town llllHl 5 also to quite a numbet of outof rtown friends and the gathering t was the most enjoyable one from t point of ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 24 January 1908

fr I I tho finest of fruit punch to every orfe orfeI I The large audience mixed and mingled with each other until tile wee sma hours before they took their departure for their s v ral homes I This was indeed a gala day for Iffiion College for Barbourville ai it was the first time that those iyt > who worked and coaxed to have these now buildings restored had fiver been brought face to face with the Board of Education in a bfjdy and when the Board and Prof J M Rofosion who delivered the Address of Welcome Reception Committee stood in the receiving line and had the 5 pleasure of shaking the lea i of 0I r 6 three who hadnt i I jZZi en their means p 04 lihat Union College might be < built and saw the bright faces 1 Sfof the young ladies and young I I gentlemen who are now here I striving for an education it made every heart leap with joy Dr Boreing said in his re sponse to the address of welcome that his arm had not been so tired fur mupya day from hand Mayor Robert W Cole who sto...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 24 January 1908

POLITICAL KMif V 1 > f Sr i r i < r f V Fairbanks Conspicuou s > > in Public Eye d iL HugiIes In therield 1f rM 4WNV Su JffiTiFir Wf rf y wjl 1 1 1 1 nuv 1 1 Iy tt i ijfi = I rtn the making ir f emnit ies tIt f fWr iilm11 time conspicuous in Iltelttt ihx tsve JXlluVable to watch closeh rl iritVTd i DUI IOlities in which he ws lafiijtVl long With the great central state Jor Indiana behind hi Iii lie is t htP 1jCJrt Soil whose nrtuites that 4t favutched with interest ulifli 3J trenglh in the convention Jrl > vc + t j Ttirieqtml tot Ills hopes he I I lutcc ii up unimportant part ni the eclee + It on of the vinnr i Hughes Presidential bjioni IlllS been luUUChed tit till enthu siastic gathering in New York at which former Mayor Stlli Low was a leading speaker Gov Hughes message to the banqueters proves him a sure enoughcandidutj for the 1resjv TIency TIencyI I thank yon for your in vital ioi IM attend i lie dinner this evening aid I regret that on account of m y t ff i 1 g...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 24 January 1908

CHARLES WARREN FAIRBANKS Ktl r I nfI i + l ts r the next term In presiding over the United State Senate as in allot icr admirationi of every one His tome State is snjgcvVihg him solidly for the nomination forJre anent this foil and are asking her sister States tSjoTirvYrYi them in honoring thc distinguished son OIf Indiana S si James B Howard I Howardy y S i J An innocent man immured by partizan prejudice in a jCl > helis frt Bastilo for whose immediate release the people who have made Kentucky Republican are unanimous r 1 o j Louisville and Lexington u pa purs have published an item to the effect that wT W Byrloy of Barbourville ltyfellow I mans of Caleb Powers and chair man of the Eleventh Congress ional District Republican Com mittee while in Lexington n > I cently announced that H h e J Republicans the Eleventh dis trict propose to send Powers to Congress at the coming Novem herelcction in the event Qov Willson grants him a pardon 101 think I know the feeling and sentiment...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 24 January 1908

iWi = JHE IMOUNTAIN ADVOCATES I i S jfO f J 1V cL t1c EDITOR ARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY r SUBSCRIPTION PRIOR i ORe Your in advancoI 100 CHURCB NOTICE irst M E Church if John D Hitchcock Pastor liiblic service each Sunday at 111 ffrmy and 7 p m ghrndny School 945 a m Hp worth League 015p m junior League 230 pin Choir Practice Thursday 330 pm joys Chorus Choir Tuesday PkOOp m grayer Meeting Thurs 700 p in The Local Loom Keep your eye on Englands paces nglandtIWa Will Smith came up from Wayne I fjunty Monday We are closing out our Ladies Furs at cost r England Ellison Co I Our popular Master Commission cr W F vVcsterfield was in town s last Monday Mr and Mrs J IT Faulkner re turned last Friday evening from a c bridal trip to Louisville f Rev A B Gort it returned last 1 Monday from Mt Vernon where if < he has been for several days J B Stivets and wife of Corhin were visiting Mrs Stivers parents Mr uid Mrs P 13 Brittam in this Entity cityMiss Miss Roxye and Edward Grin A stead of Emanuel we...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 24 January 1908

I frnar THE HOME CIRCLE COLUMN 1 IIIPlnl Evening Reveries A Column Dedicated to Tired Mothers Jas tire Home Circle Tide Crude as They Join at Evening Thoughts J ifrom the Editorial Pen Thoughtsmj VVV VVv a 1 v 1 a v THB HONEYMOON Few will admit that they need any advice in the honeymoon fewer still will take it Most young peo ple think Well it is hard if we may not be left to ourselves at such n season And yet perhaps if we took the experience of the many on t this subject they would admit that the honeymoon has been the time of all others when they have been the least able to help themselves Is it too much to say that during those two months the happiness or ththe very nearly settled Well perhaps that is too much to say for errors 1 juand down and habits may be formed or broken after the honeymoon in the course of years But still much is i often decided we will not say in the first few months but even in the first few days Little things are decided in little ways and neither unders...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 31 January 1908

J irt A 1 iT1r1l 2 THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE zwj r ill M + MOTTO IIVK Fort Ouii KiiiKNus DoTiin OHKVTKST AMOUNT OK Ooon WR Aol TO TUB IAIUJKHT NUMMKU or PKortr tf = i i Hrms iPer 4 Year in Advance BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY JANUARY 31 1908 Fourth Year Vol 4 No 51 i HOW > TAFT CRUSHED KENTUCKYS HOPE y hen in 1900 He Refused to t 4Arrest the Goebelistic fTidal Wave F William Howard Tafts Unfortunate Decision Nullifying the Four = teenth Amendment and Permitting A Gigantic re Electoral Robbery j Ohio SHUTS DOOR OF HOPE WHILE tINDIANA THROWS HERS WIDE OPEN j When a man presents himself With a Gland and kissmequick j countenance as a candidate for 1 the highest office intho power of KJI the American people to give it r Ms eminently proper to scruti nisse his past public life in order to decide whether personal am < bition or the conscious possession Ifeof the highest qualities of states manship are the moving causes itpf his courtship > Let us consider whether jor no Vm H Taft did...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 31 January 1908

1 THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky r Entered as SccondCluss Mutter February 19th IPOI at tho IostoHlco at Uarbourvlllo Ky f under Act of Congress of March trd 1870 4 r D WILL CLARK EDITOR PND PUBLISHER DR JOHN FRANCIS COFFEYr ASSOCIATE EDITOR Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody Is the number for those desiring to communicate with this 2 rl 14ofUce r You will then be connected direct with this office if you have The Camp Ground Telephone service 0 > The Official Organ of the Reublican Party In Knox Connty r > Sit Sleadv In The Boot I > In his speech accepting the > Republican nomination for Uni t I c ted States Senator Gov Brad ley pledged the members of the caucus that if they would Usit L steady in the boat he would be elected United States Senator I He was right Up to this time ttthe Republican members of the 7 General Assembly have sat steady in the boat and although there is a Democratic majority of eight on jo...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 31 January 1908

iBi MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE rr pj DiV CfcAilK EDITOR EDITORII v BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY sU 80nl1 ION TRICE C1 fl pii On tOne Year In lulvRl1cop I iM u t aaaaaaa3aaa E EElEEEE ri tplnSoNTfLS m f iAround TownIt i aa9 99 aFE QE 88Erft Edit j i Mrs Smith of Hiyh Street is very W > tjl C Hoskins is reported on the 7felck list this week jjBIrB Alery Smith is quite ill ut lhome on Pine street Bpli Robert Stmiberry came in from ffLbndon Wednesday evening ti r Milton P Seibelof Cincinnnt lvus in llarhourvi lie Monday tf S Prof and Mss H L Pitman vis 1 lte1 at Ely Saturday and Sunday t Emery Clark was down from > Grays on a flying trip Saturda jnigh t 1 Charley Smith came down Sunda from Middlcsboro tV > visit home v folks Mr and Mrs Jill lnulkricr hay started in housekeeping at the Dish I Imun flat 4 T Mr Owsley of Middlcsboro va here on Sunday calling on purlieu Itirlrictids c f Mr Charles Cures of Williams t burg culled here Sunday to calla 1 liis liancce IiiuiceeMiss Miss Lizzie Johnson ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 31 January 1908

r = h1t Pleasant Evening verlesA Column Dedicated to Tired Mothers as They Join tire Home Circle at Evening TideCrude Thoughts from the Editorial Pen c rf MODERN SOCIETY It is in the home that woman rises to her truest heights and wields her widest influenee Every home is a miniature world and the wife is a crowned queen The wife who makes society the field of her accomplishments soon finds her hus band a devoted club man The wo man who fills her head with many of the ideas and pleasures of much that iscnlled society soon wants to entertain her husband any even ing she may not have some other engagement with cards She plays just as she did to win some prize at progressive euchre or whist parties She cheats a little and they have a little spat over it and then another and another and presently she files something at his head but misses it and hits the motto over the door God Bless Our Home Their lit tle boy says liMn YOU missed pas head but you gave the motto hail Columbia Often the ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 7 February 1908

THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE Entoriil an SecondGlim Mutter Krllny N IIottV llth lUll I nt tilt Poitillnu nt llurtMiurvlllu Knox County Ky under Act of Congress of March Bret 1879 I i MOTTO livtf 1on nun KniKNii lo TIIK OIIKATKHT AMOITNT or noon WK nAN TO TUB IMIUIKHT NUMIIKII or PKOPME = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = cc Terms 1 + Rer Year in Advance BAI BOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 7 1908 Fourth Year Vol 4 N o 52 3tAFts DIRE SHADOW OVER ALL 11 J I t 1J Causes j Money to Fly Under Cover J Banks to Break Business to dof tShrink n aloes to J1t TLessen Mills and lie Mines to Close x t c gldrakers Advice uQo Back to Plain m K Simple Old = fashioried fe Republicanism JUSTICE HARUNS WARNING NOTE jd odore Roosevelt was till t mo heavy and portentous shad vvTof William Howard rafts presidential aspirations fell upon liis administration the most pop ular President this Republic had i ever known Now under Taftisi a inspiration and influence Pros tvidenb Roosevelt writes messages k to Congress...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 7 February 1908

THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky Entered ns SecondClass Matter February Ititb 11HH at tho 1ostotllce at Ilnruourvlllc Ky under Act of Oomfrcss of March Jtnl 1870 3n11819EDITOR Ib WILL CLARK EDITOR AND PUBLISHER DR JOHN FRANCIS COFFEY ASSOCIATE EDITOR > Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody L I 1 1 4 Is the number for those desiring to coinmunioato with this office by phone Ring up Central mid ask for number You will then be connected direct with this ofllco if you have The Camp Ground Telephone service 14 W The Official Organ of the Roublican Party in Knox Connty Try A Very Severe Blow ZJ The Presidential candidacy of j Gov Hughes of New York is n severe blow to the Taft machine SfThe Pittsburg GazetteTime as which is supporting Senator m Knox for President is forced to W confess Though he was careful to sa t > nothing that would bring a blush f to any cheek Gov Hughes let e ter of Tuesday makes it plain t7 that he is perf...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 7 February 1908

= t c ANNUAL STATEMENT OF THE FISCAL AFFAIRS 3c OF KNOX COUNTY FROM JANUARY J 1907 TO DECEMBER 31 1907 ASSETS AVAILABLE FOR T1K YKAH Tax book charged to Sheriff l5Wfl 0 r Franchise tax certified by Auditor 120a ll F > Tangible tax cortlflotl by Auditor 107278 Taxes omitted by Assessor > r 0805 Back tux collected 22892 Tithis 4270 at 125 each 584875 r Balance unappropriated Dec 81 1UOO ll5484 Total T 34f6T55 FOr It + b THE YEAR ° 1 H Williams commlHsion for collecting 115870 D H Williams olllcial service Cc 52885 Delinquent list allowed sheriff 77875 JSXjOnprated tax allowed sheriff 52103 f = Claims attiovcd 2184220 rY f Ii Total 2431499 k Balance on hand 85150 I J 3416655 s t JIfJI Balance unappropriated Dec 31 1907 9 5150 ther Ti8ca Court of Knox County for the year beginning 7 rnnuary 1 1907 and ending tecuniler 31 1907 fy JANUARY SPECIAL TERM JANUARY 1 1907 Bingham L R four days official service 1200 INelson work on road 12 Bnrch W H four days official service J2 Bennett W ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 7 February 1908

ANNUAL STATEMENT OF THE FISCAL AFFAIRS hs OF KNOX COUNTY FROM JANUARY J J907 TO DECEMBER J907 Continued from flrdnago I j Rowland F F hauling on road 3 i 4 Rice B A road supervisor 300 r Smith Avm work and lumber 7 75 f Smith Alex lumber for road > 150 s Smith Alex official service V b v Shelton Tilden team on road T 2 Ti Smith S A election commissioner > 5 Smith Alex lumber oh rbtC 4a 5 A + t Smith C C decd book < c vi G Sampson F D official service 2 Smith C C official service G y Turner John H rl j r 1 l j ° r vuinTig bridge 7 r lye G w horse hire for county 12 Vaughn A C election eommissioner 18 t walker B P burial outfits 10 25 walker B P burial outfits 9 40 S willinmson Loyd hauling on road 2 warfield J M hauling on road f wilson CB team on road 4 50 Williams D H election commissioner 18 westerneld T B health officer 00 I widcnar M A official service E t REGULAR OCTOBER TURM 119n74O ry Brown C S team on road < s 150 1 Barton J A team on road etc S45S Black E H team...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 14 February 1908

t F 1 1 THE MOUNTAIN 1DVOCATC 1 I p KnttTtil UK SoeomlClnHOltittor Krhlity Po1iiiry llith 1WI ut tin > iWrotllco nt Iliirhniirvlllo Kiiot County Ky undor Act of Congress of March 3rd 1870 r s MOTTO Livu Foil Olm KHIKNDS Do Tiik OIIRATKST X MOUNT < > V Goon Wr CAN TO Till IXIIOKUT NDMHKK or PEOPLEs = = PCc7 Terms i Per Year in Advance BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 14 igo8iFifth Year Vol 5 NoI REPULSIVE u TO ALL KENTUCKIANS The Story of A I Vorys Tafts Chief a IT Campaign Manager Who Was ferDisbarred Fourteen Years as Y fe an Attorney for Gross f Fraud on the Widow r i S of an Old Soldier DARKSOME RECORD OF THE MAN Vho Wants Kentucky to Keep Her > i Greatest Son W O Bradley Sfe Out of the Senate SenateI UfA I Vorys the more or less efficient manager of tho Taft l campaign and distributor of his 0 millionaire brothers in lion Y ted boodle has says the L Mansfield 0 News had some fc l thing of a grafting record He Avasdisbarred for fourteen years > as an attorney ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 14 February 1908

THi MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE 2 Published Every Friday at Barbourville Kentucky Entorctl ns SccondClnss Matter February luth 1004 nt tho 1OHtolllco nt Itnrboiirvlllo Ky 1 i undor Act of OURross of March 3rd 187U 1878EDITOR r I D WILL CLARK EDITOR AND PUBLISHER DR JOHN FRANCIS COFFEY ASSOCIATE EDITOR Subscription Rates 100 per year in advance to Everybody o 114TK Ts the number for those desiring to communicate with this olllce by phone Ring up Central mid ask for number You will then be connected direct with this olllce If you have The Camp Ground Telephone service 1 4 I u Tho Official Organ of the Reublican Party in Knux Connty t Chivalric Republican Leaders Easily the two greatest of liv ing Kentuckiuns William 0s Bradley and John W Yerkes are the two foremost Uepubli cans of this State The follow x ing letter true to the highest chivalri y chivalryIi r < annals I IIlIy Dear Bradley You are to r be congratulated on account of f Ute splendid support the entire I Republican party in the S...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 14 February 1908

THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE I I D AV CIjAKK EDITOR I BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY IH BUIJSCmiTION PJIIOE One Year in mlvanco n I Q1 nn p i iuu 33 9 3 9 ee 3 EEEeEEee Q iGIIRSONALS m m mt w tTt13913 993 3EeEeeEeeeEe t Copt S P Rock was in town has t Saturday U p Jordan Miller is out aain after n few days illncs y JR Jones is laid up this wee with an attack of grip Quite a delegation ti of Corbin citizens were here Inst Saturday jf morning i VtrVrSlicppnrd is able to rcsuni jiis studies again at Union after a few days illness Vt W II Oauipboll postiuastc and niordiuiib at Indian Creek lWI S in here Wednesday on bus v iness J J Judge S B Disliman left yesterday morning for Frankfort where hc Y f Ulias business before the Court of Appeals Judge James D Black left ycster day morning for London to attend Court Me is employed as counsel 1 h in the Boyd case which is set for today Mrs Laura Campbell Misses Clara Campbell and Rosa Cooper hif this city visited relatives at fv Indian Creek from Friday eve ...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 14 February 1908

I THE HOME CIRCLE COLUMN l I I I yn A I iPlesnt fy Pleasant Evening Reveries A Column Dedicated to Tired Mothers W I Kfjj as They Join tire Home Circle at Evening Tide Crude Thoughts Kj I c In from the Editorial Pen Kf I weave weave wwwwww if I STERLING ADVICE To n great extent the celibacy of our young men is owing to the way in which girls are brought up Through mistaken kindness moth ers often themselves do what they ought to make their daughters do Let them teach housekeeping on a fixed methodical plan and they will then learn their history French and music all the better It is na tural and right that a mother should wish to see her daughter well edu cated and even highly accomplished < and it is a mistake that good and careful education should unfit a girl for the homely duties of cooking dusting and general housework On the contrary those duties would be better performed if mothers would at the same time thai they seek talented instructors for their dough ters impart to the...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain advocate. — 21 February 1908

11 i THE MOUNTAIN ADVOCATE r = = O 7 = o = a iB ° ct KiHOnil as SMnilnias + Muttur Iri lny 1tllM lMi hull at the 1ItnllCt + nt Itartxturrlllu Knox Count J Ky under Autof Uonirnus of Mnraliltnl I871f J 1 t r MOTTO Ii VK nor Opit KIIIKNIIA Do TUB OIIRATIWT AMOUNT OP Oonti WK IAN TO Tilt IAHOHST NDMIIHK OP IxoriiE h t CT H n = = = = = = = = = C = = fI I c jt Terms i Per Year in Advance BAKBOURV1LLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 21 1908 Fifth Year Vol5 No 2 i LASSITUDE AND STERILITY I I Marked the Taft Primary in Ohio µ Ninety Precincts of Buckeye Republicans Taking no 1 < T Part Whatever F Republican Congressman Bannon t Speaks Out in Meeting Caleb Powers Staunch Friend Governor Frank S i Black Asks Where is the End Of the recent Ohio Taft prima I ry performance the Cincinnati kir Enquirer states So fur the primary election v Kfor so much of it us there has l p heen was amazing only in its < > lassitude and sterility i F Congressman Henry Towne f Bannon of Ohio was one of the Igucs...

Publication Title: Mountain Advocate
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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