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Page 73 - ... Hampshire, though a torch heads their column in Michigan, Ohio, New York, and Utah. The Prohibitionists are at the other extreme. The only emblem on which any two of their state organizations agree is the sun rising over a body of water. This emblem is used in Indiana and Kansas. They have hatchets in Alabama, a house and yard in Delaware, a phoenix in Kentucky, an armorial device in Michigan, an anchor in New Hampshire, a fountain in New York and a rose in Ohio. The Populists show nearly as...
Page 77 - Presidential elections are held on the Tuesday after the first Monday in November every fourth year, as in 1904, 1908, 1912, and so on.