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Its policies were Republican.
Reference Line - L Jan. 5; ed:2/1 indicates that the article
following this reference was an editorial taken from the Cleveland
LEADER of Jan. 5, page two, column one.
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line indicates that the abstract was made from an advertisement.
The number in parenthesis at the end of the abstract indicates the
number of column inches in the original newspaper article.
Newspaper files used in abstracting were made available through
the courtesy of Mr. Wallace Cathcart, of the Western Reserve His
torical Society, Miss Linda Eastman, of the Cleveland Public Lib
rary, the Cleveland City Council, Mr. Louis Seltzer of the Cleveland
PRESS, and Mr. Earle Martin of the Cleveland NEWS. Miss Marilla
Freeman and Mr. William Lippert of the Cleveland Public Library
and the City Clerk's Office have been of great assistance.
ACCIDENTS & DISASTERS
Accidents & Disasters 1-109 Fires & Fire Prevention 2289-2319
BUSINESS, TRADE & FINANCE (Cont'd)
ARTS & CRAFTS
Art & Artists 149-160
Post Office 3769-3771
BUSINESS, TRADE & FINANCE
Auctions & Auctioneers 163
CRIME & ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE
FOOD & DRINK (Cont'd
Food & Drink 2328-2329
CRIME & ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (Cont'd)
Blackmail & Extortion 180-
Chiropody & Chiropodists 298-
EDUCATION & CULTURAL ACTIVITIES
Colleges & Universities 1926-
Brass & Copper 212
FOOD & DRINK
Alcoholic Liquors 117-126