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May 15, 1919

Attorney General George Grigsby, candidate for

Delegate to Congress to succeed the late Charles A. Sulzer, spoke in the Redmen’s hall Sunday afternoon. Mr. Grigsby reviewed the Wickersham-Sulzer contest and read the platform adopted by the Democratic convention, which nominated him.

In his speech Mr. Grigsby referred to the petition, which was so industriously circulated a few weeks ago by Samuel Cunningham for a breakwater between Shustak Point and the mainland, which would create a smooth harbor for the

protection of fishing vessels. He believed that Federal aid for a pro...



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