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Source: Current Advertising
Source type: journal
Document type: editorial
Document title: none
Author(s): anonymous
Date of publication: October 1901
Volume number: 10
Issue number: 4
Pagination: 54

[untitled]. Current Advertising Oct. 1901 v10n4: p. 54.
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Press Post [Columbus, OH]; William McKinley (detractors); the press (criticism); W. J. Morton.
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William McKinley; W. J. Morton.



     On the 14th day of September, the date of the death of President McKinley, The Press-Post, of Columbus, Ohio, disgraced itself and shocked the State and nation by an attack upon the President, which was not only unwarranted, but such as not to be characterized by printable language.
     It is a pleasure to note that Mr. W. J. Morton, the New York special representative of The Press-Post, promptly wrote its publishers insisting upon its immediate acceptance of his resignation, refusing to have any further dealings with the paper, and stating that communications received in reference to it would be sent back to the advertiser or the agency from which they came.



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