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The weekly tribune. (Cape Girardeau, Mo.) 1918-1919, October 25, 1918, Section 1, Image 8

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CAPE GIRARDEAU TRIBUNE, CA PE GIRARDEAU, MO., FRIDAY, O CTOBER 25, 1918.
POLITICAL AD ERTISEMENT APOLITICAL ADVEnTISEMENr POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT
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COLONEL ROOSEVELT
during the war with Spain said:
"A refusal to sustain the President this year will, in the eyes of Europe, be read
as'Ja refusal to sustain the war'
If -then why not now?
EX-PRESIDENT HARRISON
during the war with Spain said:
"Stand solidly behind the President. Elect only Senators and Congressmen in
sympathywith him."
If then why not now?
PRESIDENT WILSON
In a message to Governor Joseph W. Folk, Democratic Nominee
for United States Senator, October 4, 1918, said:
"Your telegram of yesterday is warmly appreciated. Your sup
port has always been so consistent and generous that I have been
p sure m any case tnat i mignt count on you. 1 am looKing ior-
ward with genuine satisfaction to our future association.
WOODROW WILSON."
FOR JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT
The Missouri Democracy offers Judge Waller W. Graves, who has a na
tion-wide reputation for his judicial work.
I FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Uel W. Lamkin is the choice of the Missouri Democracy. His reputa
tion as a school man is national.
You know what they will do in the future
by what they have done in the past.
DON'T HAMPER WILSON. ELECT MEN WHO WILL
AID HIM WIN THE WAR.
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The Republican State Platform endorsed the war
but did not endorse President Wilson.
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t) WON'T YOU ENDORSE HIM?
Cape Girardeau County Democratic Committee.

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