Warren T. McCray, ten years ago, was accustomed to spend many a morning inspecting his large stock farm of stubby-necked Herefordshire cattle. He would stand, smiling a little and very proud, pointing out to some visitor his prize heifer or a likely bull. Many friends came to see the stock farm, but more came to see the rich and influential owner. Finally these many friends, in 1920, nominated Warren T. McCray for Governor of Indiana. And caused him to be elected.

When he was Governor, there came a rumor that Warren T. McCray...

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