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THE PDILPI HEBfILD.
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For Frcili nt:
THEODORR KM SKVELT,
For Vice Pr* lent
cHAKi.rs W. I* RIIANKS,
For CnniitrM Will 1., I jraphrey of Kins,
"We*ley '- Jones of Yali b»a aad Franci* \V.
<Cu«bmtn of Tierce.
For Governor—Albert R, Mr»d of Whatcxitn.
For :■-.<■ ■ ■ Governo-- Ch«rle» IC. Coon of
For Secretary of State---am 11. NirhoU cf
Forblate Treasurer—Gei>r,ir C. MilUof Thur»
For State Auditor—C. W. i lan* of Kit*aj>.
For AUurney General- )• •" !»• AtViu»ou of
For I^and Corarnissioner " :. \V. Ross of Cow-
For Supcrinl of V'» lie In*truction—R.
n. Oryan of Chehnli*.
For Justice* of the Su|»« c Court —Mark A.
Kullertonof Whitman an 1 »ak II Ku.!. of
For -i Irntml IHecto » S. «■. Co»crove of
Garfirtd county. Georj;e V X.--- ;; M Adam«
county, I. B. N«i«h of tr* Wane tx*untv. J. M.
Fish of Stevens county, A L Vuiifc.li of Muun
For Representative, S-r-nth District — Peter
McGregor of Hooper; I.eK •» StilMin of liuniond.
For Sheriff—Jo»t-ph Can .t of Co!fa«.
For Prosecuting Attorney- Kut«-rl 11. Ktpp of
For Trea»urer~L. K. Ati n of Col fas.
For Auditor— V ». Mcll m ell of Colfa».
For Clerk—W. O. McCar . f Putlman
For School Superintend ».: —N. U. Showaltcr
For Assessor— M C. Ti i <t Coifas.
For Surveyor— K. C. Mv r y of Coli'as
For Coroner— D. n. Crn» I td of C«!£ai.
For Comrnißsionern—Fit t In«>?rsct, W. C.
McCoy of Oakodale; Sand Dtatnct, J. K.
Ruplt-y of PuUman.
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The best appea the democrats
are making to the c >untry is based
on their promise n<£ to disturb the
republican legislat: v c achievements.
L. E. Allen is t. man who has
been weighed and \t tad not want
ing. He is the r/,| it man in the
right place, and U hitman county
cannot afford to dt:pense with hi>
The democratic argument this
year should be pri i ed in the hu
morous columns, it is, in brief:
"You need not be of us, for
if we elect a pres ?tit and bouse,
the republican sei .te will keep us
from doing any di • iage."*
Thkki - not a nan in Whitman
county but knows be material ad
vantages that will tMt to Iju«tern
Washington thro . h an open river
to the sea. The t turn of Wesley
L. Jones to congi -s by a good big
majority will her be came of an
England is t: »ing 10 skate off
the policy of fre trade which ha«
impoverished I*r workin grace.
Democrats, in th- aVflMri M para
dise of the worki :m« are trying
to have us adopt ie *y«tctn which
England, after .if a eentmy of
disastrous trial, :■ warn fenxSoosto
J. R. Rvplv ia» the htimw
qualifications th: «riH mike him a
good county cv i— iin— mni This
is the most impo* am after from a
local standpoint o bo tilled next
month, and Mi ■ up.v t* worthy oT
the vole of every Bur who believe*
the business of it coxzz'.y should 1
be conducted oti wiim i liar* and
In \Y. O. IcCau Whitman
county has had taos: efScieni and
capable clerk. Its idtaisrscratkni
of the public rest n»* greatly
pleased hi* Pi. nun Irieads who
two years ago a «4 that h» same
be placed udc « tfce tkkct. Hi*
cnaniiaou«» re-a si^tim casa thb
year as a rewar for dcty fa&h&Dy
discharged. M Mcvaw U a csas
with the conSd ice as»d estgtia <rf
the ■•»•*» and - ea«Me4 to too
Send a Solid Delegation.
It is rumored that certain repub
licans intt'iid to vote for Peter Mc-
Qregor and scratch Leroy Stilson,
that others will vote for Leroy Stil
iion and scratch Peter McGregor, in
the seventh representative district.
It has also be^n stated that the
same kind of work would be done
in the Eighth district, where E. E.
Smith and (!. C. Kenoyer are the
n .uinees. It often happens that
the voter, in casting such a ballot,
helps to bring about the defeat of
the very man he wishes to elect.
The best way to bring about the
election ef the men you wish is to
vot" the republican legislative tick
et without a scratch. No better
men are before the people for legis
lative bonori than Peter McGregor,
Ltroj Stilson, E. E. Smith and G.
C. Kenuyer. Only one senator is
! . }>,• selected in the county this
year; therefore, for that ofnce it is
either ;i republican you want or a
democrat. H. M. Boone, the re
publican nominee, is one of the
strongest men in the county and
will be elected.
All five men on the republican
legislative ticket are commission
men from the sole of their feet to
the crown of their heads. If you
want to be sure that the Whitman
delegation will work for such a
-un- in the next legislature,
vote the republican legislative tick
• t straight. A solid delegation will
Me to accomplish more than
will one that is divided. Send a
delegation to Oljrmpia that will
work for Whitman county first,
and all the time. A republi
k . iion will do that and do
it well. The nominees are men
who will be able to work together
and accomplish something for their
For an Open River
In his speed two weeks ago to
night Congressman Jones spoke as
follow* on the proposition of an
"In my judgment, one of the
most important propositions for
tern Washington is the opening
n! the Columbia river for naviga
tion to tidewater. This would be a
c«>mpet Hot of the railroads and a
regulator of rates, and be perma
I.J-.VI ANKKSV, Pbks. F. T. GREER, Cashibr.
GAY LOMBARD, Vice-Irks. S. A. TURNER, Assist. Cash.
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■ ELEVENTH ANNUAL 1
SpoKane Interstate «* Fair I
I Spokane, Oct. 3to 9. ■
SpoKanc •» Interstate «- Fair I
Spokane, Oct. 3 to 9. •
t| With Large Displays in all Departments. ffl
|| $2,000 offered for Fruit and Fruit Exhibits. , H
y M< re than <;, >,000 in Premiums and Prizes. I
9 Five or more exciting Races each day. 5i2,000 in Purses. f§
Iwn Town Carnival Each Night. A
Fifth Regiment British Artillery Band. ■
Free High Class Vaudeville Attractions Daily. ' ■
Fine Mineral Display, Dog Show, Art Exhibit, Etc. ■
Retaembcr—Low rates and special excursions on all railroads. M
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HOrr. 11 COSCROVH, Sev:etary an ! Manager. Bj
nent. It could not be changed by
legislatures, political parties, decis
ions of courts, nor could it be j
merged into any trusts or combina
"In a hearing before the river
and harbor committee it was shown
that water competition has reduced
freight rates largely, and from the
hearing we would understand that
water competition here in our state
would decrease freight rates from
to six cents per cwt., thereby sav
ing to the farmers of Eastern Wash
ington, Oregon and Idaho $1,000,
--000 each year.
"I feel confident from the expres
sions of the members of the river
and haibor committee in congress
that we shall be able to secure a
provision in the next river and har
bor bill putting this great work
under continuous contract, thereby
insuring a completion of the work
so vital to the interests of the peo
ple of this section."
Jones is the right man in the
right place. Give him your vote
on election day.
Crippled Child Burned.
Coi.fax, Wash., Oct. 10.—A hor
rible accident occurred here at 1
o'clock today when Glennie, the 5
year old son of Mrs. Ada Sudweek
living in Dr. B. F. Harvey's resi
dence on Mill street, was so fright- j
fully burned that his death is ex- !
Mrs. Sudweek had lighted a lamp
and left it in the room when the;
child pulled it over, spilling the oil'
on his clothing and setting it on j
fire. When found the child was
burned to a crisp and there is no
hope of his recovery. The child !
was crippled, being partially para- !
lyzed, and almost helpless.
The house was set on fire, but j
was extinguished before any serious '
damage was done. Mrs. Sudweek j
is a widow and has lived here about ■
one month. She is hysterical since |
the accident, and it requires the!
combined efforts of several persons j
to keep her quiet.
—N. C. Pettibone of Stites,
Idaho, is in the city today enroute !
to Nampa to attend a meeting of
grand lodge of Odd Fellows. Mr.
Pettibone is an old-time friend of
the Herald man, we having hunted
the Dakota goose together 17
years ago. Mr. Pettibone is now a j
real estate man of Stites.
What's in a name?
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