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Cayton's Weekly, after carefully consid
ering the county assessr situation, has
reached the conclusion that of those seeking
11k> office Hugo Kelly should be supported
and it makes Iliis recommendation despite
the fact that the editor hereof and Kelly
have little or no use for each other. We do
not believe Hull will give to the taxpayers
;i fair administration and if Kelly is not
nominated, Hull will be. In our opinion
the a Hairs of the assessor's office are in a
topsy tnrvy condition and in the interest of
the taxpayers should have other than a
<mhirt house ring man to look them over.
liYmember when you go to mark your
Ticket that Elmer F. Connor is a square
shooter while Wardall is ad ouble crosser.
liotli Clay Allen and C. S. Hall are good
iiu»li and you will make no mistake whether
you vole Tor the one or the other.
Crawford K. White is just as white as
his name indicates him to be and on the
Itendi he would be everybody's friend.
Z. l>. liawson is no strutting peacock and
when lie would return from Congress he
would know every one he ever knew before.
Its cowardly to vote for a candidate be
cjiiisc you feel he will win in spite of you.
If the candidate in your opinion is wrong
vole againsi him if you be the only one that
does do so.
!1 will be Presto change in the senate if
Mrs. W. L. Presto is eleeted next Tuesday.
She is ;i good talker and a hard worker.
\V. M. Pease will make an ideal running
mate for E. IF. Guie, who is one of the
whitesi men that ever sat in the Washing
ion legislature and we truly hope the voters
in the 471 li legislative district will vote for
Pease and Guie.
Since the nominee on the Democratic
ticket for prosecuting attorney is to be
Drown it might be just as well to make the
Republican nominee for prosecuting attorney
Brown and let the Browns go to it.
Albert I). Martin is one of the brainy
lawyers of the state and should he happen
to be nominated and elected King County's
legal business will be well taken care of.
tf Tom Mulligan does not win one of the
nominations for Constable in Seattle and
then lie is one Irishman whose right hand
has forgot its dining and his tongue cloven
to the root' of his mouth. Tom is a good
Horace R. ('avion will represent you in
the legislature ns you have never been be
fore becaiiH • lie knows the ropes. Give him
Prank Hull and A. E. Mcßreen belong
to the court house ring that pass the office
down from one member of the ring to the
other. A political ring is a dangerous thing
Por the lax payers and should he voted out
If Special Prosecutor Reames could have
only induced enough Democrats to liave filed
for office to have completed a ticket for the
primary election his official brow beating
might have gotten him somewhere, but as it
now stands the Democratic party will not
be entitled to a place on the primary ballot
two years from now.
HERE IS THE TICKET
William A. Gaines X
A. K. Mcßreen
Robert T. Hodge X
Percy P. Thomas X
Fred C. Brown X
•John 1). Cannody
S. M. Brackett
A. 1). Martin
Thomas I). Page
Dr. C. C. Tiffin X
Samuel J. Humes X
Superintendent Common Schools
A. S. Burrows X
Elmer F. Connor X
Norman M. Wardall
Hugo Kelly X
R. A. Tripple
Commissioner Second District
Lou C. Smith : X
M. L. Hamilton ..
Commissioner Third District
Thomas Dobson X
A. E. Ruffner
John E. Mullane
James A. Johnson
Justice of Peace (Seattle)
(Vote for five)
John B. Wright X
Victor Zednick X
Rhea M. Whitehead X
John B. Gordon X
Otis W. Brinker X
Constables Seattle District
(Vote for five)
1). C. Brown X
John Wachter - X
Tom Mulligan X
James F. Shannon X
John 11. Boyle X
Thirteenth Senatorial District
Howard D. Taylor X
Ira H. Case
George B. Webster X
Dan Earle X
Daniel Landon X
William Wray X
Louis Williams X
Ralph A. ITorr X
T. D. Rockwell
Frank 11. Renick X
Alice M. Lord .
Fred W. Hastings X
G. E. Steiner
Mrs. W. L. Presto X
E. B. Palmer
George B. Lamping
Horace \l Cayton X
K. H. Guie x
W. M. Pease x
J. B. Kinne
W. G. Lickey
C. K. Poe
J. M. Wilson
U. I). Buchanan
John P. Miller
V. B. Rawson x
Kenneth Mackintosh x
Walter M. French ""'.X
Wallace Mount X
John P. Main x
Charles K. Claypool X
Crawford E. White X
Clay Allen x
The ticket as marked above is cheerfully
recommended to you and each of you for
your suffrage at the polls next Tuesday,
September 10, by the editor of Cayton'.s
The march to Berlin goes bravely on and
while the Allies find it difficult to keep in
shooting range of the fleeing Bodies, yet
they keep near enough to capture a few
thousand every day. Billy Kaiser has seen
his best days and from now on his bigest
fighting will be in getting out of the way.
House building is the order of the day and
the day and the thing may be over done
unless the warning of James A. Moore is
heeded and a mammoetaoishrdlumfwypetao
lished near Seattle to give employment to
those now employed in the shipyards after
the Avar is al over.
It's barely possible that the reason the
papers misquote Clarence Reames is because
the editors and reporters have too high a
regard for Mother English to quote him
correctly. Mutilated English always looks
bad in print.
Bonner, in discussing the Camp Lewis sit
uation says, "I am of the opinion there is
a dead dog up the branch," which is taken
to mean somebody is profiteering at the gen
eral expense of the colored people.
Sunday and Labor Day were strenuous
ones for Kaiser Bill for he neither had time
to receive prayers for "me and Gott" nor
to listen to the labor day orators.
Owing to his touchousness on the lynch
ing question, we have our suspicions that
Clarence Reames is a Democrat.
It's a case of "run sheep, run," with the
Germans just now, for the buggar man will
catch you if you don't.
We do not believe Mooney innocent, but
we do not believe he should hang.
Justice of the Peace
Republican Primaries September 10, 1918