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ING TO LAW. NO FAVORITES
Candidates Seeking Nomination
J. T. WILSON
B. D. SIGLER
REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR
Auc tioneer I
Republican Candidate for Sheriff
FIRST MAN IN OREGON TO ASSESS PUBLIC FRANCHISES. Under
my assessment Pl Bl.IL SERVICE CORPORATIONS ARE PAYING
$1000 PER DAY MORE TAXES on personal property than they paid
under any former assessor.
My Policies will be:
Clean Business Administration, Prompt
We Carry in Stock
Collection of Taxes, Suppression of all
Gambling, Elimination of the Roadhouse
All Kinds of
Staple and Fancy Gro
Evil and Various Conditions Generally.
Including such well known g*oda of
Merit as ALLEN A LEWIS. PRE
FERRED STOCK canned goods,
WHITE RIVER FLOUR Etc.
FLAT SALARY, NO FEES
When you don't find what you want
at other stores go to
GEORGE TAZ WELL
L. E. Wiley’s
First Avenue and Foster Road
THE BUILDING SEASON
nicipal Judge whose
Hudson Maxim, the noted inventor,
who says al armor plate is useless
against modern guns.
Call and get our prices on
brick, cement, plaster, lime,
sand and gravel. We can
save you money. Our de
livery is prompt and our
goods are the best.
We carry a full line of hay,
grain and feed.
show you how to save a
dollar by buying right.
DEPT. No. 4
TAFT WINS IN NEW YORK
President Has Majority of Convention.
To Nominate Delegates at Large.
New York.—State-wide republican
primaries for delegates to the repub
lican national convention at Chicago
resulted in the election of organiza
tion candidates in practically every
i district where there was a contest,
! according to unofficial returns.
Claima that at least S3 of the 90 del
egates will be for Taft and not more
than seven for Roosevelt, were made
Both Phones. Tabor 96s, Local 3112 I by State Chairman William Barnes.
1 block east of Postoffice, Lents
Chairman Duell, of the Roosevelt
city committee, declared that the pri
marlee. characterized by "a complete
breakdown of the election machinery."
had been a farce.
There seemed every' probability
1 that contests would be instituted by
the defeated candidates in many of I
| rhe districts because of the alleged
disfranchisemi nt of many voters, even
I it an effort were not made to have the
entire election declared invalid.
the same machine and
interests are attempt
ing to prevent.
MCKINLEY & SON
For further information phone or write
E. F. DONAHUE, Prop.
Mill 1 1-4 miles southeast of Kelso
8-Hour Law Found Legal.
LUMBER $6 AND UP
Large stock of Dimension Lumber on hand
Rough and Dressed lumber for all purposes
send order to JCN8RUD BROS. Boring RD 2
AUTO FOR HIRE
If you want the services of
an automobile in emergency
cases, night or day, call
Home Phone 4421, or notify
E. B. Woodyard, & Co.,
I. F. COFFMAN
Prompt Attention and the Beat of Work
HOME PHONE 3511
THIRD: 1 sin a working man myself anil have won the oonfideoce of
the business men of Portland They are aware that my training ia such
that if nommat«-<t and rlectrd I will give the |M-»ple an economic. iui|>artial
business administration, and that 1 will greatly reduce ths coeta of the
Sheriff’s office to the tar payers of this county.
N. II. BIRD,
714 Front 8t.
John Ditch burn
20 Years in Portland
16 Years in Active Jaiw Practice
4. Years Experience a* Judge
Dept No. 4.
If I am
I will if elected hear
and determine cases
without undue regard
for technicalities and to
the end that substantial
justice will bedone with
in the law.
elected I will oltey
1 will Enforce the
the People Have
I believe in the Recall, in
the Grenon System, and
that Sex Alone Should Not
That then* are enough
Judges if they will change
the system and work harder.
Active Practice For 2 5 Years.
FRED W. PRASP
FOR COUNTY CLERK
Washington.—The final chapter of
the tragedy of the warship Maine was
written when the bones of 67 unident
ified dead, resurrected from the har
bor of Havana, were buried tn Arling
i ton National Cemetery.
Before the services at the graves a
service was held on the south front
of the State, War and Navy building.
This was attended by the president
and vice-president. Chief Justice
White and his associates on the bench
of the supreme court, members of both
houses of congress.
Amid much ceremony, the coffins
had been removed from the scout
, cruiser Birmingham at. the navy yard
and escorted to the scene of the fleet
ceremonial President Taft occupied
a chair in the center of the esplanade
For County Superintendent
G. W. HENDERSON
Hat salary per Oregon Code.
Fees for iMclaration of Intention
and Citizenship papers and all
other fees or emoluments to the
Money to be placed In banks en-
dorsi-d by County Court ; interest
thereon to the County.
A Practical Educator of Twenty Years Experi
ence in Oregon and Eastern States. Aggressive,
Promises Closer Supervision and more Efficient
Supplies purchased in Multno
The establishment of an infor
mation dealt for the lieneflt of all
Remember the Name and
Residence, I block south of carline
a A S O L I N B
IN FINAL GRAVES
SI.COND: I wa* l»orn in thia »tat«* an I I ave iai-«*d and educated hiy
fam; v m Port an i I I av»• nothing to for from n»y past record and am tin*
dvr do obligation« to tHead or foe lamin i position, if elected, to give
the c iininai rlrmrnt my rluaeat attention, and will put forth a special effort
to tubdae vice and crime I d thb citt
Thee rrl t office ebal be my bead
luarterv at all times eicept when out o ictual dul u I the lutiee if «aid
office «ball have my entire time and attention.
Department No. 4
Olympia. Wash.—The state supreme
court decided that the eight-hour law
j for women, passed at the last session
i of the legislature, is constitutional.
The case was that of a forewoman in
a Seattle box factory who had worked
a girl tline hours a day.
Boston.—The great Lawrence strike
which brought in its train increased
wages for 275,000 textile workers in
New England, was officially declared
off at all the mills in Lawrence, hav
ing accomplished its purpose, in the
opinion of the leaders.
I IRM: It m •- <lli.l1rd Mini »’••<’ rd, I ai 1 f•*«•«} ! |iu pt i«>>t v» " ill Ihr (*<>urt-
I houce and at Krlly fhittr at actual ••<>•»!, ami will make public* th«» »iinr, to*
I btvthrr with ili»* artUMi
of th»* entire ■ •fine. im-ludin/ the pfofila mad«« by
I the ’»aim*. I will work f»»r the tint »alary pr vid«d hy law and will account
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’ a v I .1 • • ! ’ ! r a
| - • |. . • . ■ .«• ; • I > ! hr itHcr,
.m ! w i. I u r g t be * . tn.- n \ »-r t • i t Lu pr« 'p«-r Official. OiW i «• a I r \ • >ut and
•»«•«• what I will do.
Lawrence Strike Is Thing of the Past.
A» a camlhlnte for nomination tor Sheriff of Multn *uiah County I dr»irw
to liiakr <be following *4 al rinfiit«
Transportation of all kinds
of Baggage to Sandy and
interior points ....
RLI’l BI.ICAN CAN AIDATE I HR NOMINMItiN I OR SHI.RIFF
First-Class Livery and Feed
Stables at Borinq and Sandy
NATHAN H. BIRD
$1000 Added to Reward for Tornow.
Olympia, Wash.—Governor Hay of
fered a reward of $1000 for the cap-
turo of John Tornow. the wild hermit,
who la supposed to have murdered the
Bauer twin boys, bls nephews, and
Daputy Sheriffs A. V. Elmer and Colin
McKenzie, of Chehalis county. Tor
now is hiding in the wilderness of the
Plant an ad in these columns
watch your business grow.
[LECTION INFORMATON fOR THE VOTERS OF LENTS
G« neral election will be held Nove n-
Primary election will l»e held April 19
At the general election will be elected
president, vice president, one United I
States senator, congressman for new-
eastern Oregon district, secretary of I
state, sheriff, dark, assessor, tres-urer,
and district attorney, coroner, suveyor. com
missioner, justice of the peace sud con-
At the primary election parties will
nominate (nr same r>dices and in addi
tion will express their choice for presi
dent and vice president and will elect
delegates to their national conventions
Registration closes on April !l.
Last day for candidates to file nomin
sting petitions, April 4.
Registration reopens April 29.
Closes for last time May 15.
Books Close Ap. 9