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Be Consistent Republicans.
It is s safe to say. that almost : every
republican in Whitman cdmnty who
has announced bis intention of, or
will vote for George Turner for gov
ernor, .is doing so because he be-,
lieves the railroads dictated the
nominations and the platform at
the Tacoma convention. It is also
safe to say that each of these indi
vidual republicans hope at the next
election to vote the republican
ticket straight, providing every
thing goes well during the next
two y-ears. They expect to vote
this year for George Turner for the
purpose of rebuking certain indi
viduals, thinking thereby that they
will strengthen the cause in which
Such an idea is a mistaken one.
If any republican imagines that he
can work as effectually in the fu
ture, after voting for Mr. Turner,as
he could by voting for Mr. Mead,
he is sadly mistaken. This is the
reason: The state central commit
tee in fixing the basis of represent
ation for }he next republican state
convention, which occurs two years
hence, has decided that Mr. Mead's
vote shall constitute the base.
Therefore it is up to the republi
cans of the different counties to se
cure a vote for Mead in order to
keep up their representation in the
One thing that Whitman county
republicans have always complained
of is their email representation in
state conventions. Heretofore it
has been their own fault and they
will make the same mistake again
if they cut down their vote by caßt
ing ballots for Mr. Turner. Re
publicans, get out a big vote for
Mr, Mead! Make his plurality
even with that of the remainder of
the republican ticket and you will
increase your representation in the
next state convention. By ho do
ing you will be entitled to send a
larger delegation to frame the next
platform and name the next ticket.
Look into the future. This is the
best way to secure results. Don't
grab for floating straws when there
in a big raft coming down the river
a little way behind.
Elect Eobert H. Kipp.
The voters of Whitman county
will make no mistake when they
vote for R. H. Kipp for Prosecuting
Attorney. Mr. Kipp is one of the
best known young lawyers in the
county, having been the junior
member of the law firm of Hanna
& Kipp for several years, and hav
ing had an extensive practice be
fore the bar- Mr. Kipp has made
his own way through life and is
well educated, of gentlemanly man
ner and pleasing address. He has
the ability required in the office to
which he aspires and will make an
excellent Prosecuting Attorney.
Mr. Kipp has always been a rail
way commission man and the vot
ers should remember that the Pros
ecuting Attorney's office may be
called upon at any time to take up
inotters alVeeting the rights of the
county along that line, especially if
a commission law should be passed
by the legislature tnis winter. A
look into the future may save the
taxpayers of the county a good
many dollars at some time or other.
It is better to have a County Attor
ney who will take an interest in
the prosecution of such matters,
should any arise, than to have one
who would be lukewarm on the
Special representative in this
county and adjoining territories to :
represent and advertise an old es
tablished business house of solid
financial Btanding. Salary, $21
weekly, with expenses advanced
each Monday by check direct from I
headquarters. Horse and buggy
furnished when necessary. Posi
tion permanent. Address Blew
Bros. & Co., Dept. A, Monon Bldg.,
Chicago, 111. (6t4G)
A WIFE'S CONFESSION.
Of course every one knew when they
were engaged and every one pretended to
be surprised when
1KB& m"^ the altar. She had
regained her good looks, her former happy
disposition and strong nerve all through a
secret a friend gave her. A few bottles of
Dr. Pierces Favorite Prescription is what
made two more lives happy and a radiant
bride more beautiful than she had ever
Backed up by over a third of a century
of UMiiarkable and uniform cures, a record
such as no other remedy for the diseases
and weaknesses peculiar to women ever
attained, the proprietors and_ makers of
Dr. Pierces Favorite Prescription now feel
fully warranted in offering to pay $500 in
legal money of the United States, for any
cast- of Leucorrhea, Female Weakness,
Prolapsus or Falling of Womb which they
cannot cure. All they ask is a fair and
reasonable trial of their means of cure.
Mrs. O. O. Scripture, of Prescott, Ariz., 1,. Box
536, writes : " For nearly two years I was a great
sufferer with ulceratiou and enlargement of
womb, also suffered severely with dyspepsia and
was ruu down—a perfect wreck. I doctored for
several years; got no better, until about seven
months ago I began taking Dr. Pierces Favorite
Prescription ana ' Pleasant Pellets.' I can stand
on my feet and work hard all day. I feel that life
is now worth living, and shall ever feel gTateful
to you and shall always recommend your medi
ciues to all wfco are suffering iv any way."
I THE DEMAND FOR
■ 10 INCREASING RAPIDLY.
Have been making for 37 years the
TI? UP— .2:l Short 11. F. ... $2.50
T.ic DIAMOND, 6-inch blue.i barrel,
nickel frame, open or globe and peep
eight 5........ . $0.00
Kumo with 10-ir.ch barrel 7.50
, The Diamond Pistol will shoot ft C. B.
cup, .22 .Short or '.22 L6ng rifle cartridge.
STEVENS. KIFLKH aro also known
the world over. Kungc in price from
to $75.00. ■ ■ .
Send stamp for catalog describing our
complete lino and containing Informa
tion to shooters. ,
The J. Stevens Arms and Tool Go.
P.0.80x v • CHICOPEE FALLS. MASS.
Through Sleeping Car, Pullman to St.
Louis, via 0. R. & N.
On October 27th the O. R. & N. will
run through tourist sleeping car, Pull
man to St. Louis, with stop at Salt Lake
from 8:25 a. m. until 5:50 p. m. There
will be free organ recital at the Mormon
Tabernacle for benefit of passengers. Car
will leave Pullman at 3p. m. Oct. 27th,
28th and 29th are the last dates provided
for sale of Worlds Fair tickets. For fur
ther particulars inquire at O. R. & N.
depot. 1. T. Ames, Agt.
To My Many Friends and Patrons.
The report is circulated that [
have abandoned the auctioneer bus
iness. I want to say that I am
still open for work in that line and
if you have anything in that line
let me know and I will treat you
right. Yours for Business,
PIONEER PLUMBER AND TINSMITH
PLUMBING SUPPLIES, STOVES,
Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty-
All work Guaranteed
Shops on Grand St., opposite Star Stable
Will have a special Tourist Car here
Saturday, Oct. 29th, to "accommodate
eastern passengers going to the St. Louis
fair and intermediate points. Call on
the undersigned for rates and routes. ;<•:■;>"
W. C. Dunning, Agt.
St. Louis World's Fair Round Trip
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Additional dates of sale of Oct.
27th, 28th, and, 29th have been
authorized. The usual round trip
rates will apply. . Above tickets good
until Dec 31st. W. C. Dunning, Agt.
Dr. A. E. Shaw.
All work guaranteed. Charges moderate
Teeth Extracted Absolutely Painless.
DR. ROLAND LOW,
Office in Letterman "Building, Opposite
Artesian Hotel. Phone, 466.
PUM.MAN ' .... WASH.
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is the home that has a few
nice pictures on the walls.
I have just received a new
supply of Landscapes and
Portraits in Carbon. If
you wish any of these, see
them early as they- are go
ing to sell very rapidly.
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DYSART & SIRY
and h -....-' U;«
Make estimates and specifications on
buildings in Pullman and
See them if you intend to build
J. B. Hicks.
It is a great pleasure
to get up under the
warming influence of a
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