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1 FAIRMONT, TOT mGOBA.- SINGLE pOp||jg
iii
JK HI
IIK1H
Will Cast His Yote Here
in-the Primary Election
Tuesday.
Jnitrp e t. Moron, -candidate for
gubernatorial nomination on the
Bepnblican ticket at the primary ele&
tion tomarrc*. arrived la thi* city on
the noon trtd" from Wheeling today
Judge E. i
Candidate for Governor, c
will address a meeting of <
iiLthe^irairb-Court'RocHn
I COURT
Monday Nigl
a<r7:30*
fess
POIJTICAL AJ
I
* Vote
Marion
from * a CaQaia;
: ' There are only
I Mm ^rm this dii
r : , vv' ! and support will b
much, with the assu
deavor to faithfully
trict if given the of
My county is
District
l '> fe' - .
I HUGH V
L'?* ;
Grafton,
I> /v.
%& .?
r - ?. _ .
fcrsx' . - ?
1 | Why You Sh
If LEEN.SA1
i' r, n . . r?l
i Tor u)uniy
He is 10()% American
interests which will preve
elected, from serving all
equally and impartially.
He is competent, coin
Republican whose party lo
tionedand who willcomnu
party in the election.
He hasmever shirked
Pnrm a service for this d
*v?? " ^
welcomed the opportunity
Mark an
, LEEN.SA1
*
n n
ror Loui
Republican Ba
^ ?
IkV PAHI
vi bum
mm
IS fflllii
and will cut hit vote ban tomorrow.
Tbia evening Judge Morgan will be
the iDAftker at a KftPflNff0" 2Q888
meeting, which will beheld intheO
cwlt court room of the court bate at
7:W. At this meeting W. S. Meredith
win be the preddlng offlcer and will
Introduce Jodge Morgan. It la-expected
that a very large crowd will be on
; hand tonight
Judge Morgan lea Chaileiton bit
I sight cooing to this city Tin Wheeling.
He bu made several ipeechee
! Continued on page.four.)
K Morgan
iQ-tbe Republican Ticket
atizens of Marion County
of the
HOUSE
ht May 24th
o'clock.
WESHSCra.
1
1
I
:
rs of |
:
County
ate for EWBDatifl?! j
two delegates to be
strict and your vote
e appreciated very
ranee that I will en'
represent this disfice.
in your Senatorial
HARDER
W.Va. J
I
ould Vote For
TERFIELD
erk Tomorrow
and has-iKKonneeiaons or
int him, if nominated and
the peopleof the county,
rteous, amkjnaffied, is a
yaltyhas neverbeen quesmdthe
fall strength.ofihe
^hen-caMnpoirto pef
immunity and has always
of serving his feltowmani
X Before
TERFIFiD
ity Clerk
Dot Tomorrow
J
Make.
1 ' . \V *> '. ,
IhiBI I
Sutherland is
Graieful For
All Support
CHSKHBDHG, Hit 24.?Senator
Snort Sutherland conelnded
hit campaign tour of tin state-in
the. interest of Hit for
the Hepnblican -.presidential nomflmilty
night la ChdDbcrg,
when he gare oata statement
to the state Bepshlican press
expressing his confidence ia the rerelt
of the*balloting in Tuesday's
primary election.
"At the conclusion of ay trip
of nearly two weeks throaghont
the state. I wish to say that I feel
profoundly toadied by the hearty
rapport being accorded my candidacy
for the presidential endorse
mailt, proserea in every county i
hive visited, while from ill the
other counties I hive concrete eri!
deuce-of similar friendliness to my
appeal for West Virginia's en
dorsement
"Peeling convinced the result of
the primary will be largely in my
fivor, I shall appreciate this mark
of esteem and confidence to the
tallest I should rather loee the
nomtTntlwi with my state's endorsement
ftisrcwiii'the presidency
without it, hot-with this endorsement
I ihaU do my best to win."
[Hosing Program of
the Butcher School
The dosing program or toe a. u
Botcher school will be given at the
High school auditorium Tuesday evening,
Mag 25, at 7:20 o'clock. The protram
will be as follows:
As Indian Play; Song, Mr Big Big
Brother; Song. Buttercups, First
trade; Colonial game; Song, How
Hang Miles to Boston Town? Second
trade; chorus, Third, Fourth, Fifth,
Sixth and Seventh grades: Indian
pageant; piano, Evelyn Allard; Gypsy
Festival, Eighth grade.
American Lt
^ ^ | ' | jjjjj I | ^jj
Enterl
Earl Trnxell, Pianist
Miss Gene Hoffn
* \
POUnCAL' A
Attention f
Marion County Repri
date for the Chicago Coir
Thomfs \
9m
He-wiDbe boiind br
vote.of the district
Vote for Oti
Republic
WAR
Aboveevaythi
, earnestly desire
fherefoiE,.<me?oft
considerafions-wB
yoorcboiceforthe
gress is whether c
can win if nominal
election.
Cast your vote
lorforCongreasrai
^winner.
V--V>4
is pin
1IV I All!
fiiii
m uwm
i
FfetOneon Record Named
ImmwIT Pftlk as Can
(folate.
By GILSON GARDNER
Who has reported every J5*
I Weal convention unco 18?*and
? ta ?# Washinaton ntwspa
' ngw IB hhii w. _
per writers.
National conventions are of two,
kinds, fixed and "dark bone." The!
fixed convention Is one wbere the outcome
In predetermined, like the Mc
Kinley convention in 18Jd, when there
is no real contest and no dramatic
action.
A "dart bone" convention is a meetin*
of aninstracted or tmpledxed dele
fates who are liable to do anything.
Ike first dart horse convention ever
held In the United State* was tha.
whlrt nominated James K. Polk In
XML Since then there have been several
lamocs dart bone conventions,
notaUr (hat which named Garfield in
18#, aadwhat which named Cleveland
inim.
JDemocratic coaventions are more
liable to he dart bone than Republican
oonven dona. This is on account or
the veil known "two-thirds role"
which requires that the convention'
mnst poll two-thirds of its delegates i
before any candidate is chosen.
'* ~ a oonHMtitol
TUTU it may noyi'cu ***** ?
may have a toll majority ol the votes
In a Democratic convention and be defeated
finally by some dark horse. This
was the case with Van Boren In 1344
and rw?mp dark In 191!. Van Buren
went into the convention with a majority
of 25 of the delegates, but was defeated
after a long wrangle by James
K. Polk, whose name had not been
mentioned before the convention. Van
Buren's opponent before the coovenContinued
on Page Four
ggg
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Roy TrnxeD, Baritone j
aan, Accompanist
IBVERTISCVG.
Republicans
bicans have just one candi- J
mention from this district.
v.t n
vvfieming i
the presidential preference j
i,
I;
r Home Man
in Voters .j
NING! !
ng else,
victory this year,
meTDDSfcinyorant
ch-should determine
nomiriaiionforCon<T
not the candidate -> ,
fid in the November
ii?m(TORrfbr?tydyoirwacaBtitfoi^
t t f
' . > .- .'
ghtFotYmPresm
II CI
initrn inniiT nimI
MM HI
i mm,
DARK HORSES ,
THAT WON.
Bk
** *f\j
v Pnih- nt mn nominee of!
JOUIC0 ft. < ? ?( ? -~ri ? Democratic
convention, in 1844. tile
first "dark horse"; James A. Gar- ;
field, the first Hepnbllcan "dark f
horse." nominated and elected In 1880,
and Grover Cleveland, Democratic
"dark horse" in 1884
POLITICAL t
Your Consideration and Su
A. GLENN'
Candidate for Republ:
mi TMTV i
va^V1 u i i
Subject to Primar:
Republican ?
House of 1
X | H*:Erne
I respectfully solicit your
. You Vote for tbiee at 1
Tuesday, May
The GlennF.
m
Fairmont H
pres
"GREEN ST
J - BtmUK.'VJU
WEDNESDAY,.
'GRAND OPE
^:.^jroceedpoft
wards payniint of
Sch&oJ-Afamri^o'senyd
V at die Polls Torn
Local Folks Put
Up Coin For
Candidates
i
Campaign Treasurers And
Managers Testify Before
Senate Com. Today
rlK. Pfegg] J
WASHINGTON. ~Ma ii-tr.ink H.
Hitchcock one of Major General
Leonard Wood's campaign managers
lold a Senate rarest tgiting comaMtt
today that so far u he knew the
attest sum spent in any nut by the
7ood organisation was SIS,000 In
sew Jersey. He added that the next
argeet was 112,500 h Maryland.
Mr. Hitchcock said that in New
fork as is a number of other states
he "Wood snpnortea" financed their
iwn campaign is their own way with-1
rat asldsr assistance from the Wood
irganiatlan.
Hi-Hitchcock said that in Mlchi?n
the Wood campaign was flnan ^r"
?UVs*??e enr
:ed ly "local peojw
*11 on the national orsanlaattao. i
(Conflnnea 01 Page pjur)
1 Of fiHi
IIMCI
I
" " ' ' ' j
Car Supply in Region is
Very Low for a MonRind
0. riltaad <t Grafton this1
noirninr Discos an embargo on sbinnehts
front this region to Curtis Bay,
Baltimore, in accumulation or cars
it the coal piers is given as the reston.
Low Monday Placement
Nine hundred ninety-two cars were!
ilaced In the region at 7 o'clock this
noming.'out of 1.042 on hand. One!
housana six hundred five cars were!
irdered. Of this number. 203 were)
ilaced on the Monongahela railroad.;
)ne hundred nine of these being Cans-!
lian Pacific cars. The Western Mary I
-j j.? Twentv-five coke
ana mu w? mm-. - ? .
are .were ordered and placed. There.
(Continued 01 page two.)
LDVERTISDiG.
~
pport Earnestly Solicited |
SPRINGER
[can Nomination for
ASSESSOR
ies May 25,1920. J
i r
Candidate tor j
delegates
st Satterfield j
influence and support j
die Primary Election.
25th, 1920.
Bams Class
he .
igh School
ait v
'OCKINGS"
ASS PLAY
MAY 26,1920. *
RA HOUSE
he play-wifl'be tEed 'toames
Memorial Tablet
:the?names.of the-BGgh
n\ the World War,
row.
' idSm
IB I
Concede a Single
Virgin!* state wile pzfcmr wnH
lor the nomination o{ casdldateiM
all state offices, the espWftlJ
presidential preferences, the nonhjM
tiap'of cendtiletes lor ini|iiil|T|M
or delegates to the two nations! perQj
cotrsenOons will be heW^onouH
with the prospect of about IS per cera
of the Republicans and SO per oen
the Democratic voters partJdpatinc. Jg
Though the contest for the presidential
preference on the RepobllcanmlM
has been keen with General liQoiwtila
Wood and United States Senator I
Howard Sutherland, "a (arorlta aqpAl
the m^contenders, thejpahtefakr
DANCE
wantedatqnceS
l"bur men. for farnice work; itfpM
J4.40 for sight hours indbo?l?|f
Jnc Sunday off with. py Voi^a
Thornton's Big Novrfro
'f* M. X?
' 1 SurL.*"
> 'V-' ;'* ?& ' - ; <
A He time for everybody. -j
Many new novelties will be tjsE
Dancing every WJedn^day' linfl
Saturday 9 ta 11
Private leseone by sppotntairiM
BARBERS ATM1NTI?
meet tonight at our regUjl
lar meeting in the W.CaW
T-jjgggMM
s
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