Zanesville Times Recorder, June 12, 1924

Zanesville Times Recorder

June 12, 1924

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Issue date: Thursday, June 12, 1924

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Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1924, Zanesville, Ohio Bridge epublican LIDGl IS Thursday, June The People 'sCause CAB1NEI HUMS Declaration of Principles and Policies Set Forth in Platform Submitted to Convention kin Keeping With Tra the Party and the Demands ot the tional trade, commerce and per cent of the debt is now in process ol; liquidation. THB reaffirm ou; belief in the protective tariff to exwnd s and to agriculture, indus- occupations. It '-s only adherence to such a policy the well-being the consum- can be safeguarded and tnat e can be assured to American to American labor and Coolidge Nominator in Action_ r ii in r i in American manufacturers a i-e-1 the'text of the Republicar Joking is the resolutions committee: tional con (ican economic level of life for the MsemMcd. bow our head peop pub.ic iconfi lac ivity our critical period of the Republican party we share ion ho faith and confidence which he has won iaveraao family and to prevent 'uowerins to the levels of economic llife prevailing in other lands. "it is the history of tho nation the protective tariff system! "Vi-er justified itself by restoring j nfidence, promoting and employment, cnpi-i increasing our purchases ..Jver and bringing increased proa-, Writv to all our people. I tariff protec-1 our industry works for consumption domestic ultural products by an era- population instead of one to purchase the necessities Without the strict mainte- nance of the tariff principle our farmer? will need always to com- pete with cheap lands and cheap ikbor abroad and with lower stand- e enVrmous value of the pro- agricu president and president by his the faith and confidence which he has won hat Put the public welfare above personal con- He has given to the people practical ideal- his every act, he has won without se of the people of the country. The __: j TllS tariff act of 13 1 an tariff act 1922 Elastic Tariff assert our belief In lelartic provision adopted by in the tariff act of for a method of hhe tariff rates and the tfons in order to meet changing office. and devotion to the needs of the peo- S; of this nation strengthens ar-d inspires our confi- dent faith in his continued leadership. Recount Achievements of Party '.economic conditions when suUi conditions are brought to Uie attention of the president by complaint or application. that the power to any rate of "We believe icrease or decrease the return of prosperi firmly advocate the fexrtss .crsUi; rope will 'make m-sotialions co-operation opportune and treaties of peace. safegun Convention Holds Night Session tc> Adopt Platform-La Follette's "Articles of Farth Submitted in Minority Report and Rejected Without Discussion-May Nominate Borah for Vice President_____ AND, 0, JUNE. V2.-Senator Borah of: Idaho and Germany have concluded and si other nations during tin-- ihriiu yours moro than tr> mul international ayrocnu-nts i morning lor ui Follette SSaSSnEfl and from the n of tho road; H. Kf-ahon. vice presl- c oii ui don during the hour, i-e-j is ,ounly. oC the dYvbut u'stinctly and tween 8 a. m. and 0 a. m. tod, j anfl bcllcved thatiwhich Was irnnsportini; the Bcms 1U ] ,nistakes wi ha aue to overloadiriK of the Hvo y-ars every on the truck, v-as badly, he went along, the c stations where a few loyal in H was i chairman came to tne ers are not on strike. I v-n! bc " of the mud. Fifteen of lc..pac ,-0n- of his task after he had Tho walkout of heri m-h desired consumma- ?akl. contained J.2 teet little over an hour asscruuu a Republican president and eluded his Quegtloir on s, !two small children. bui. late last night had been registered Head Oi Ohio G.A.R REN. '-1-.- KUward Columbus, Great Britain. That achieved under n Iministration, was thelhere. rrcpivos an nnniial return Br.t-JThe Pnage rr- Ir.-iin with a definite onject of -K-pnrtmont ronimnn, or of a fllll. the 'inind Army of th'.- yllc "j j ..Thn justnr; its annual rnoiTtfl nio-od b-en formally recosmz-jis win have today, other officers VloMor (h'e nPXt hours to cur out of its banUs lunior vie-; ooni-jOr in i :o ,rl for interna- ulll-lfert in the "lower pool nnd on formally recogmz-jis feet, sairt i ye )o oc. local United For Good Roads fuc-li-lt- .vice party caus. ThC and I cheered. i S further evidence of the ap county good roads program is ma zens the Times Recorder this niornir, advertisements in each of winch an a roans program. As an tn Times'Recorder urges u? careful consideration, not. roads boosters because oi real value lo all. to messagct. the Muskingum all thoughtful cili- nts a double page is made for the road improvement the these advertisements advertisers are good contain trade news C killed last 'ice among Hi-publican the minority Find Bodies Of Slain Couple Near Creek ditch along s-SuMS i on their -way. report wardsvi Si. -suas; j.oc Warren, the back and were committee to--trance stabbed in seriously. NEWSPAPER! ;