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Easy Enough for One l Who ho Has HasLearned HasLearntd HasLearned
Learned by the Touch Method MethodThe MethodThe MethodThe
The typewriter who has learned to totypewrite totypewrite totypewrite
typewrite by b the touch method does doesnot doesnot doesnot
not need to look at the machine in inworking Inworking inworking
working it By this method method the thelearner thelearner thelearner
learner begins be ins and practises on a amachine amachine amachine
machine whose keys kes have no letters letterson lethrson letterson
on them simply blank tops to while whilein whilein whilein
in front of the learner is placed a areproduction areproduction areproduction
reproduction of the keyboard with withall witha withall
all a the letters and characters printed printedOH
on a sheet of paper The beginner beginnerlearns be beginnerlearns inner innerlearns
learns the keyboard of the machine machinefrom machinetrom machinefrom
from the printed keyboard and andwhen andwhen andwhen
when she has once mastered this sbeIs sbe sheIs sbeIs
Is able to keep her eyes on the notes notesor notesor notesor
or copy she is transcribing and keep keepall keepan keepall
all the time pounding away on the themachine themachine themachine
machine without looking at the key keyboard keyboard keyboard ¬
board at all a The training that she shehas shehas shehas
has received prompts her every time timeto timeto timeto
to strike the right key keyIt keyIt keyIt
It is a very ery familiar fact that people peo people people ¬
ple play on a piano without looking lookingat
at the keyboard With our eyes on onthe onthe onthe
the music in front the fingers in instinctively instinctively instinctively ¬
stinctively seek and find the right rightkeys rightkeys rightkeys
keys It is precisely the same in inplaying inplaying inplaying
playing a typewriter typewriterOn
On The Ocean Bottom BottomSitting BottomSittIng llottomSitting
Sitting inside a submarine on an anocean anocean anocean
ocean bottom you ou would be no more moreconscious moreconscious moreconscious
conscious of the enormous water waterpressure waterprCfiure waterpressure
pressure without than if you were weregoing weregoing weregoing
going to sleep In your own bed You Youmight YoumIght Youmight
might remain twentyfour hours un under under under ¬
der water without coming up using usingonly usingonly usingoniy
only the natural air supplied in the theboat theboat theboat
boat without feeling the least un uncomfortable uncomfortable uncomfortable ¬
comfortable If you wished you youmight youmight youmight
might remain down four or five days daystapping daystapping daystapping
tapping the air tank as you needed neededa
a fresh supply of air In the mean meantime meantime meantime ¬
time you would bunk over the tor torpedoes torpedoes torpedoes ¬
pedoes and torture yourself by let letting letting letting ¬
ting your our imagination run loose to toyour toyour toyour
your hearts content or you might mightread mightread mightread
read by electric light or play cards cardsor cardsor cardsor
or dominoes or checkers the cook cookeerving cookserving cookserving
serving you with coffee and canned cannedthings cannedthings cannedthings
things that can be heated on an anelectric anelectric anelectric
electric furnace without causing too toomuch toomuch toomuch
much smoke and making the air airdisagreeable airdisagreeable airdisagreeable
disagreeable to breathe breatheDesert breatheDesert breatheDesert
Desert Talks to Outside World WorldBefore WorldBefore VorldBefore
Before the year closes Southwest SouthwestCoast SouthwestCoast SouthwestCoast
Coast cities will be on speaking speakingterms speakingterms speakingterms
terms with Needles and other desert desertpoints desertpoints desertpoints
points including Searchlight Nev NevThe NevThe NevThe
The first link In this immense tele telephone telephone telephone ¬
phone system was completed bet between between between ¬
ween Manvel and Searchlight Satur Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
day The main trunk line Is now nowbuilding nowbuilding nowbuilding
building out from Salt Lake City Cityeventually Cityeventually Cityeventually
eventually to connect with Los An Angeles Angeles Angeles ¬
geles and will be a link with the theNeedlesArizona theNeedlesArizona theNeedlesArizona
NeedlesArizona system connecting connectingmost connectingmost connectingmost
most of the desert mining towns townsThat townsThat townsThat
That actual construction of the big bigtrunk bigtrunk bigtrunk
trunk line is under way is news to toCoast toCoast toCoast
Coast people but it has actually actuallybeen actuallybeen actuallybeen
been completed between Salt Lake Lakeand Lakeand Lakeand
and Wells Nev the first message messagegoing messagegoing messagegoing
going over the line last Monday MondayGangs MondayGangs MondayGangs
Gangs are now rushing to compl compltion compltIon compltion
tion the line to Pioche From there thereIt thereit thereit
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with Searchlight across the State Stateline StatelIne Stateline
line and when this is done Coast Coastcounties Coastcounties Coastcounties
counties will be able to talk with withSalt withSalt withSalt
Salt Lake L ke
Beauties of Gorse GorseNo GorseNo GorseNo
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hillside covered with gorse in full fullflower fullnower fullflower
flower can fall to appreciate its itsbeauty Itsbeauty itsbeauty
beauty and we can well understand understandsuch understandsuch understandsuch
such plant lovers as Linnaeus and andDillenius andDillenfus andDillenius
Dillenius going Into ecstacies of de delight delight delight ¬
light as they are reported to have havedone havedone havedone
done when such a sight first burst burston burston burston
on their view after being acquainted acquaintedwith acquaintedwith acquaintedwith
with the plant from botanical ma material material material ¬
terial only
Riding idin Her er Time TimeA TimeA TimeA
A Boston child not yet In her teens teensand teensand teensand
and unusually precocious with exceptional ex exceptional ex excoptional ¬
ceptional penetration pen tration asked her mo mother mother mother ¬
ther the other day How long longmother longmother longmother
mother will it be before I get old oldenough oldenough Id Idenough
enough for or you to say that I am amnervous amnervous amnervous
nervous and and not naughty when I do doso doso doso
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words in a spelling lesson lesso gave the theword theWord theword
word grewsome from among them themto themto themto
to be put into a sentence with this thisresult thisresult thisresult
result from the brightest little girl girlMn girlIn
Mn In the class I cannot wear my myjlast mytl3St mylast
last Sumrers dresses because I I5grew 1rew Idrew
drew rew some somec
c Changed Chnn ed His Mind MindOnce MindOnce lind lindOnce
Once there was a bachelor man manwho manwho manwho
who said that talk was cheap but butone butone butone
one day he got married and thenhe then thenhe thenhe
he learned a heap For when his hisgocalled hissocalled hissocalled
socalled betterhalf doth speak of ofgowns ofgowns ofgowns
gowns and such he finds her talk is isdifferent IsdUferentlt iscosts
different dUferentlt itThat it costs him mighty much muchThat muchThat
That Sawing Motion MotionSome MotionSome IOtiODSome
Some people do dislike work workremarked workremarked workremarked
remarked the Observer of Events Eventsand Eventsand Eventsand
and Things and yet it takes about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the same number of motions to play playone playone playone
one of Schuberts sonatas on the fid fiddle fiddle liddie ¬
dle as it does to saw a cord of wood woodTravel woodTravel ood oodTravel
Travel the Teacher TeacherNo TeacherNo TeacherNo
of thor thorough thorough thorough
No young man can boast a ¬
ough education until he has been beenabroad beenabroad beenabroad
abroad and learned the ways and andideas andideas andideas
ideas of other nations In superior superiorschools superiorSchOOlS superiorschools
schools traveling during the holidays holidaysshould holidaysshould holidaysshould
should be made com compulsory 9 9least nlsory or at atleast atleast
least strongly encouraged encouragedMake encou encouragedMake raged ragedMake
Make Use of Rubbish RubbishIn RubbishIn RubbishIn
In certain towns In Germany Germanyhouseholders Germanyhouseholders Germanyhouseholders
householders are compelled by law lawto lawto lawto
to sort out their house dust They Theyhave The Thehave Theyhave
have to provide three receptacles receptaclesone
one for cooking refuse and one for forrags forraga forrags
rags and paper The rubbish la util utilized uWized utliized ¬
ized by the town authorities
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Gorgeous Floats With Crass Churns Churnsand Ohurps Ohurpsand Jhur ps psand
and Ben Hur Drivers DriversIn
In English towns a tai a vlsl vlsltoi vlsltOl visitor
tor toi declares in the Queen Que L ute ae for foreigner foreigner forelgner ¬
eigner runs out to the pavement just justto justto justto
to see that glorious chariot called a amilk amilk amilk
milk float go by bythat that gay bit of a atwowheeled atwowheeled atwowheeled
twowheeled thing white and yel yellow yellow yellow ¬
low white and blue or red white whiteand whiteand whiteand
and blue with the shining shining brass brasschurn brasschurn brasschurn
churn erect at the side the reins reinscoming reinscoming reinscoming
coming over the shining brass rail railin raUin railin
in front the little square seat in inserted Inserted inserted ¬
serted at the rear and the charioteer charioteerstanding charioteerstanding charioteerstanding
standing at the back like Ben Hur Hurand Hurand Hurand
and driving as much like that hero heroas heroasin heroasin
as asin in a modern town where even evenmotor evenmotor evenmotor
motor cars are not unknown unknownIs unknownIspracticable unknownispracticable is ispracticable
practicable practicableThen practicableThen practicableThen
Then the English milkman who whocomes whocomes whocomes
comes on foot with a modern yoke yokeon yokeon yokeon
on his shoulders and swinging at ateach ateach ateach
each side a brass bound tin pail in inwhich tnwhich inwhich
which is a queer little measuring measuringdipper measuringdipper measuringdipper
dipper Who could wish to have havemilk ha havemilk e emilk
milk delivered In glass bottles with witha j
a paper sealed top when he can have haveit j
It measured out at his door into his hisown hisown hisown
own Jug in this quaintly curious curiousfashion curiousfashion curiousfashion
fashion What W iat at do microbes amount amountto amountto
to compared with the joy of the med medlaeval mediaeval I Ilaeval
laeval iaevalHighest laevalHighest laevalHighest
Highest Restaurant in World WorldWhat WorldWhat orld orldWhat
What is probably the highest res restaurant restaurant restaurant ¬
taurant in the world has been opened openedat
at the Eismeer station of the Jung Jungfrau Jungfrau Jungfrau
frau railway in Switzerland says the theSphere theSphere theSphere
Sphere It is situated 10000 feet feetabove feetabove feetabove
above sea level close to the summit summitof summitof
of the mountain mountainThe mountainThe mountainThe
The food Is not cooked by means meansof meansof meansof
of ordinary fuel but by electricity electricitygenerated electricitygenerated electricitygenerated
generated by the Lutschine water waterfall waterfall waterfall ¬
fall deep down in the valley below belowThe belowThe belowThe
The cooking is done on the principle principleof
of the socalled Paplnian digester digesteras
as owing to the rarefaction of the theair theair theair
air at that great altitude water bolls bollsmuch bansmuch boilsmuch
much more quickly and would evap evaporate evaporate evaporate ¬
orate before cooking the food foodWith foodWith foodWith
With an expenditure of thirty kil kilowatts kilowatts kilowatts ¬
owatts of electrical energy It is pos possible possible possible ¬
sible to prepare a fivecourse dinner dinnerfor dinnerfor dinnerfor
for a party of one hundred persons personsIn pnrsonsIn personsin
In a very short time The guests are areaccommodated areaccommodated areaccommodated
accommodated In a large hall hewn hewnout hewnout hewnout
out of the solid rock rockand and heated by byelectricity byelectricity byelectricity
electricity The view from the huge hugewindows hugewindows hugewindows
windows comprises mountain scen scenery scenery scen scenery ¬
ery which for grandeur has perhaps perhapsno
no equal in the world worldBefore worldBefore worldBefore
Before the Day of Matches MatchesSixty MatchesSixty latchesSixty
Sixty years ago the use df flint flintand flintand flintand
and steel to produce a fire was not notwholly notwho1Jy notwholly
wholly unknown The late William WilliamE Tl11iam Tl11iamE
E Stone of Peoria Ill IlL lived at atBeaver atBeaver atBeaver
Beaver Pa His father one warm warmAugust warmAugust warmAugust
August night was striken with ap apoplexy apoplexy apoplexy ¬
oplexy The fire was out in the thekitchen thekitchen thekitchen
kitchen hearth and his mother in her herdistress herdistress herdistress
distress unable to find the tinder tinderbox tinderbox tinderbox
box was obliged to send his brother brotherMarsh brotherMarsh brotherMarsh
Marsh two miles and a half to a aneighbor aneighbor aneighbor
neighbor She gave him a handful handfulof
of tow which he put In his pocket pocketArousing pocketI pocketArousing
I Arousing a neighbor with some diffi difficulty ditllI difficulty ¬
culty she gave him a live coal which whichhe whichhe whichhe
I he wrapped in the tow and putting puttingit
it back In his pocket ran home homeI
I When he arrived there he swung the thetow thetow thetow
tow around his head thus fannedthe fanned fannedthe fannedthe
the coal and produced a fleme which whichlighted whichlighted whichlighted
lighted a candle In the meantime meantimerelief meantimereHef meantimerelief
relief had been so long coming that thatthe that thatthe thatthe
the father was past all a surgery surgeryMilder surgeryMilder surgeryMilder
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Milder Definition DefinitionAt
At Emersons dinner table one day daythere daythere daythere
there was mention of a woman well wellknown wellknown wellknown
known as a lion hunter and in inspeaking inspeaking inspeaking
speaking of her Mrs Emerson used usedthe usedthe usedthe
the word snob Mr Emerson ob objected objected objected ¬
jected the word was too harsh he hedidnt hediclnt hediant
didnt like that ugly class of words wordsbeginning wordsbeginning wordsbeginning
beginning with sn His wife in inquired inquired Inquired ¬
quired how he would characterize characterizethe
the lady 001 I should say sayvery sayveryslowlyshe sayveryslowlyshe very veryslowly
slowly slowlyshe she is a person having havinggreat havinggreat havinggreat
great sympathy with success successPeculiar successPecuIlnr successPeculiar
Peculiar Teeth of Fish PishTeeth FishTeeth FishTeeth
Teeth of the fish vary more greatly great greatly greatly ¬
ly than those of any other known knowncreatures knowncreatures knowncreatures
creatures Their teeth are not di divided dlvided divided ¬
vided into incisors canines and mov movlars m mlars me melars
lars as in animals but almost every everykind everykind everykind
kind of fish has differently shaped shapedteeth shapedteeth shapedteeth
teeth all extremely sharp pointed pointedThe pointedThe pointedThe
The front row stands up erect but butthose butthose butthose
those behind are more or less re recumbent recumbent recumbent ¬
cumbent There Is never any dim difficulty ditllculty dimculty ¬
culty in identifying a sharks tooth toothHarm toothHarm toothHarm
Harm Done by Wrong Food PoodA FoodA FoodA
A New York skin specalist says saysHad saysHad saysHad
Had I to chose between the cook cookand cookand cookand
and the apothecary as colaborer 1 1think 1think ithink
think I would not hesitate for a mo moment moment moment ¬
ment to yoke myself with the form former former former ¬
er II He goes on to say that the theboard th thboard theboard
board kills more than the sword swordMany swordMany swordMany
Many people eat not only the wrong wrongfoods wrongfoods wrongfoods
foods but too much of them themCharacteristics themCharacteristics themCharacteristics
Characteristics of Cities CitiesEvery CitiesEvery CitiesEvery
Every great city has its character characteristics characteristics characteristics ¬
istics Americans most lasting Im Impression impression impression ¬
pression of London are the buses busesand busesand busesand
and the fog Everyone who returns returnsfrom returnsfrom returnsfrom
from Paris talks of the life of the theboulevards theboulevards theboulevards
boulevards Brussels Bru sels has Its lace laceRome laceRome laceRome
Rome its ruins and Moscow its itsbeggars itsbeggars itsbeggars ¬
beggars
Sleighing All the Year YearBecause YearBecause YearBecause
Because of the lichens which grow growabundantly growabundantly growabundantly
abundantly on the stonepaved stonepavedstreets stonepavedstreets stonepavedstreets
streets in Madeira making them themslippery themslippery themslippery
slippery it is possible to use sleighs sleighathe sleighsthe sleighsthe
the year around aroundHad aroundHad aroundHad
Had Reached Her Limit LimitMamma LimitMamma LimitMamma
Mamma exclaimed fouryear fouryearold fouryearold fouryearold
old Dorothy one day Im so full of ofhappiness ofhappiness ofhappiness
happiness that I couldnt be happier happierunless happierunless happierunless
unless I was bigger biggerThe biggerThe biggerThe
The Latest LatestWhere LatestWhere LatestWhere
Where did the flamingo T Whj Whjto WhJto Whyto
to see the sunfish 1 1I
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120 thNO thNODOES LYNCHED LYNCHEDDOES l
DOES LYNCHING THRIVE UNDER THE DEMOCRACY DEMOCRACYA
A SCATHING ARRAIGNMENT OF THE PARTY OF MOB MOBVIOLENCE MOBVIOLENCE MOBVIOLENCE
VIOLENCE AND OUTLAWRY BY RALPH W TYLER TYLEROne TYLEROne TYLEROne
One H red ed and Twenty Twentytwo two Negroes Murdered in Cold Blood Bloodby Bloodby Bloodby
by American Savages Decent Southerners Stay Not the theHand theH theHand
Hand H ficl Oi Their Criminal Neighbors NeighborsExcuse NeighborsExcuse NeighborsExcuse
Excuse of Rape Seldom Alleged AllegedLynchings Lynchings for Trivial Offenses Offensesand Offensesand Offensesand
and Little Attempt to Sustain Charges An Insatiable Appe Appetite Appetite Appetite ¬
tite for Blood of Negroes Ne oes the Controlling Impulse Democracy DemocracyResponsible DemocracyResponsible DemocracyResponsible
Responsible for Red Record Of One Hundred and Twenty Twentytwo Twentytwo Twentytwo
two Lynchings Not One Was Committed in a State Under Re Republican Republican ¬
publican Rule RuleBURNING RuleBURNING RuleBURNING
BURNING OF INNOCENT OR UNTRIED BLACK MEN A ADEMOCRATIC A ADE ADEMOCRATIC
DEMOCRATIC DE fOCRATIC ASSET ASSETCAN ASSETCAN ASSETCAN
CAN NEGROES NEGRO S OF INTELLIGENCE SUFFER SUCH A APARTY APARTY APARTY
PARTY TO RETURN TO POWER IN THE NATIONAL NATIONALGOVERNMENT NATIONALGOVERN NATIONALGOVERNMENT
GOVERNMENT GOVERNMENTRECORD GOVERN GOVERNMENTRECORD IENT 1 1RECORD
RECORD YOUR ANSWER AT THE POLLS ON NOVEM NOVEMBER NOVEMBER NOVEMBER ¬
BER THIRD THIRDIT IT WILL BE NOBY NO NOBY NOBY
BY RALPH W TYLER TYLERDuring TYLERDuring TYLERDuring
During the past two years years190619o7one i9o6 I906Igo7one 1907 one hundred and twen twentytwo twentytwo twentytwo ¬
tytwo Negroes were lynched lynchedmurdered murdered in cold bloodand many manyof manyof manyof
of them in the most fiendishly uncivilized manner And that too toowithout toowithout toowithout
without the least semblance of a trial So unduly was the haste hastethat hastethat hastethat
that marked the murdering of these unprotected black citizens citizensthat citizensthat citizensthat
that 61 percent of them had not so much as a hearing hearing 46 percent percentof
of them were just suspected without even circumstantial evi evidence el eldence evideuce ¬
dence and 72 percent of them h id d they been given a fair trial and andthe andthe andthe
the guilt for which they were accused been established beyond beyondany beyondany beyondany
any question of doubt they would only have ha e been guilty of crimes crimesthe crimesthe crimesthe
the penalty of which is a jail or penitentiary sentence from six sixmonths sixmonths sixmonths
months to ten years And horrible as it is five of them had hadtheir hadtheir hadtheir
their innocence innocence clearly established after the mob had performed performedits performed performedits
its inhuman work workOf workOf workOf
Of these 122 Negroes lynched in two years one was just ac accused accused accused ¬
cused of being the father of a boy who happened unintentionally unintentionallyto
to jostle a white boy one was just accused of expressing sympa sympathy sympathy sympathy ¬
thy for a brother lynched one juse accused accus d of carrying a pistol pistolone pistolone pistolone
one just accused of marrying with her free consent a white wo woman woman woman ¬
man one just accused of being the wife of an assailant three just justaccused justaccused justaccused
accused of insulting by word an ablebodied white man The Thequalifying Thequalifying Thequalifying
qualifying term just accused is used for the reason that not one oneof oneof oneof
of these had been regularly accused by an authorized officer of oflaw ofjaw oflaw
law or by a court of law They were simply accused by an ir irresponsible irresponsible irresponsible ¬
responsible indefianceoflaw bloodthirsty mob mobRape mobRape mobRape
Rape is the one crime which boasted Southern chivalry and andprotection andprotection andprotection
protection of women holds as justifying lynch law though the thelaw thelaw thelaw
law of not a single State passed in calm deliberation and without withoutthe withoutthe withoutthe
the spur of violent passion provides for lynching for even this thismost thismost thismost
most heinous of crimes And yet of all those NegroesI22that NegroesI22thatwere Negroes 122 that thatwere
were lynched during the past two years only 31 were even as asmuch asmuch asmuch
much as accused of attempted rape Thus it is seen that out outof outof outof
of the 122 Negroes lynched there were 79 black victims of race racehatred racehatred racehatred
hatred hurried to their Maker without hearing or tial for alleged allegedcrimes allegedcrimes allegedcrimes
crimes other than that particular one some of the white South holds holdsmust holdsmust holdsmust
must be punished by death administered by a frenzied half halfcivil halfcivilized halfcivilized civil civilized ¬
ized and more than halfbrute mob of being who boast of civiliz civilization civilization civilization ¬
ation and of living in civilized communities communitiesIt
It seems to be well established that race hatred and race dis discrimiantion discrimiantion discrimiantion
crimiantion breed crime and that too even among that class classwhich classwhich classwhich
which upholds and practices it as well as among that class which whichis
is the victim Witness these 122 lynchings in two years in boast boasted boasted boasted ¬
ed civilized Southland SouthlandBut SouthlandBut SouthlandBut
But there is another side to this question that is at least inter interesting interesting interesting ¬
esting for study Of all these 122 Negro lynchings not one was wascommitted wascpmmitted wascommitted
committed in States governed by Republican officials and Republi Republican ¬
can sentiment Every Everyone one was committed in States where the Ne Negro Negro Negro ¬
gro is denied those rights which the Constitution vouchsafes ev every every every ¬
ery one was committed in States where Democratic control is ab absolute absolute ¬
solute from Governor down to the petty township official officialHad officialHad officialHad
Had the 122 Negroes lynched been accused tried fairly and andfound andfound andfound
found guilty of the beastly crime of rape it might have been possi possibl possibI possihi
bl by smothering respect for law to have almost justified the tak taking taking taking ¬
ing of the law into mob hands if the punishment prescribed was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not such as to fit the crime But only 79 bits of humanity with withblack withblack withblack
black skin who were accused of crimes the penalty for which varies variesfrQl11 variesfrom
from a judicial reprimand to a prison sentence or a sure lawpre lawprescribed lavprescribed la vpre vprescribed ¬
scribed death deathIn deathIn deathIn
In considering these lynchings of Negroes by States Missis Mississippi l1Iis Mississippi is ¬ I Isippi
sippi leads the horrible roll with 25 and Mississippi the home of ofVardaman ofVardaman
Vardaman rolled up a majority of 50189 for the Democratic can candidate candidate candidate ¬ I
didate for president and is represented in Congress by a solidly solidly solidlyDemocratic JDemocratic
Democratic delegation delegationAlabama delegationAlabama I
Alabama is second with a total of 18 Negroes lynched in two twoyears tworears twoyears
years rears and Alabama is proud of the fact that she gave the Demo Democratic Democratic Democratic ¬
cratic candidate for president 57385 majority and points with withpride withpride withpride
pride to her Congressional representation because it is not marr marred marred marred ¬
ed by a single Republican to dwarf Heflin by contrast contrastLouisiana contrastLouisiana contrastLouisiana
Louisiana comes a close third with 17 Negroes lynched and andLouisiana andLouisiana andLouisiana
Louisiana gave the Democratic candidate for president 42542 ma majority majority majority ¬
jority and has a solidly Democraatic representation in Congress CongressGeorgia CongressGeorgia CongressGeorgia
Georgia Democratic emocratic by 94125 at the last election gives to the thehistorian thel1istorian thehistorian
historian a record of 15 lynchings of Negroes to chronicle andGeorgia and andGeorgia andGeorgia
Georgia boasts of not a single Re Republican Republican Republican ¬
publican in Congress and of a Democratic majority that makes makesRepublican makesRepublican makesRepublican
Republican hopes fruitless fruitlessTexas fruitlessTexas fruitlessTexas
Texas follows fifth with 9 Negroes lynched and Texas is so soloyally soloyally soloyally
loyally Democratic that she gave that party 201773 majority at the thelast thelast thelast
last election and preserves an unbroken line of Democrats in Con Congress Congress Congress ¬
gress gressArkansas gressArkansas gressArkansas
Arkansas looms up with 7 Negro lynchings and as a companion companionto
to these 7 she records 6I784 majority for the Democrats at her herlast herlast herlast
last election andboasts and boasts of nine Representatives and two Senators Senatorsin
in Congress including Jeff J eft Davis all of whom are Democrats DemocratsSouth DemocratsSouth DemocratsSouth
South Carolina the home of Tillman follows with 6 and the thePalmetto thePalmetto thePalmetto
Palmetto State gave 50000 majority even for Parker four years yearsago yearsago yearsago
ago and has a solid Democratic representation in Congress CongressOklahoma CongressOklahoma CongressOklahoma
Oklahoma and Indian Territories now the State of Oklahoma Oklahomahas Oklahomahas Oklahomahas
has 5 5State and Oklahoma signaled her admission into the Union as a aState aState
State by electing a Democratic Governor and Legislature and bypassing by bypassing bypassing
passing Jim Crow laws to restrict and circumscribe a lawabiding lawabidingindustrious lawabidingindustious lawabidingindustrious
industrious progressive black yeomanry yeomanryFlorida yeonanryFlonda yeomanryFlorida
Florida sent 6 Negroes to an an untimely death by the lynch route routef
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and the Peninsular State gave 18722 18 majority for the Democratic Democraticcandidate Democraticcandidate Democraticcandidate
candidate for president and takes pride in the fact that she haseight has haseight haseight
eight Congressional districts and two Senators represented b by Y
that many Democrats DemocratsKentucky DemocratsKentucky DemocratsKentucky
Kentucky under Democratic Governor Beckham had 4 Negro Negrolynchings Negrolynchings Negrolynchings
lynchings And Kentucky maintains Democratic supremacy in inCongress inCongress inCongress
Congress and has uniformly voted for a Democrat for president presidentMaryland presidentl1Iaryland presidentMaryland
Maryland under Democratic rule and with her agitation to tore torestrict re restrict restrict ¬
strict the Negros right of suffrage lynched 3 Negroes NegroesNorth NegroesNorth NegroesNorth
North Carolina had and in North
5 Carolina Republican repre representation representation representation ¬
sentation in State county or Congress has been but an iridescent iridescentdream iridescentdream iridescentdream
dream dreamMissouri dreamHssouri dreamRlissouri
Missouri under a Democratic Governor exploited for his en enforcement enforcement enforcement ¬
forcement of law lynched 3Tennessee 3 3Tennessee 3Tennessee
Tennessee a State that has consistently cast her electoral votefor vote votefor votefor
for any and every candidate the Democrats named remained in insympathy insympathy insympathy
sympathy with her sister Southern States by lynching 3 Negroes Negroesin
in defiance of law lawThe lawThe lawThe
The question that naturally arises in the mind of every Negro Negrois
is If all the Negroes lynched without hearing or trial and many
for but petty crimes and some for no crime at all were lynched inStates in inStates inStates
States that deny the Negro the right of suffrage and the privileg privileges ¬
es nativeborn American citizens are entitled to and in States on only only only ¬
ly that are Democratic ifthe if the candidate of the Democratic party
is elected how soon will it be when the same spirit of Democ Democracy Democracy Democracy ¬
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