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THE PULLPi HERHLD.
Published at Pullman, Washington, ev
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Contest for Seat in Legislature.
The election of G. C. Kenoyer to
a seat in the legislature from the
eighth representative district will
probably be contested by T. A.
White, the democratic nominee, who
according to the official returns, was
eleven votes behind Kenoyer in the
race. Mr. White was in Colfax
Monday from his home at St. John.
When asked if he intended to con
test the election of Mr. Kenoyer,
Mr. White hesitated, and before he
had time to answer, H. W. Canfield,
a well known democratic politician
and attorney, who was with Mr.
White, said: "We have no state
ment to make at this time."
Wilbur S. Yearsley, chairman of
the democratic county central com
mittee, was seen and asked if Mr.
White intends to make a contest.
Mr. Yearsley said: "His friends
are urging him to contest the elec
tion, but I cannot say now what
will be done. Mr. White is not in
town for that purpose today, how
ever." But from sources quite
close to Mr. White and members of
the democratic executive committee
\\ is learned that a contest is more
than likely when the legislature
meets, and it is understood that Mr.
Canfield has been retained to rep
resent Mr. White before the house
of representatives, to which his
friends claim he was elected.
The grounds for contest are that
in Palouse 40 votes were illegally
counted for G. C. Kenoyer. The
claim is that 40 republican ballots
which were marked with an X at
the head of the republican column
had also been marked with an X
after the name of J. O. Hankins,
one of the democratic nominees for
representative in that district.
It is charged that the judge counted
each of these ballots as having voted
for Mr. Hankins and Mr. Kenoyer.
The law is quite plain on this sub
ject, according to the claims of Mr.
White's friends, who say that in
a case of this kind the vote can be
counted for but one legislator, the
one marked with an X. It is
claimed that at the time these votes
were counted protests were made
by democrats at Palouse, but that
these ballots, 40 in number, were
counted for Kenoyer and Hankins.
If these are thrown out, Mr. White
would have a plurality of 29 over
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! "taud, connected with a Majestic
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brick and cement reservoir, fed
by never-failing spring; 14 lots
in Agricultural College addition;
also about nine acres of land
w >th good orchard, small fruits
in abundance, and situate within
a tew hundred yards of the Agri
oflv rnncrosc°l>e shows that in the blood
ofevery person suffering from typhoid the
little germs can be found as ihown above.
They are supposed to get into the water or
milk we drnik. The rms multiply so
that one perm .s capable of producing
about one hundred trillio:, gtnu in twen
ty-four hours. That is why if they ever
£* into the water supply of a town they
multiply so fast that nearly everybody
drinking the water comes down with the
disease. Theiv are exceptions, however.
and they are the persons whose health is
perfect, whose blood is pure, and liver
active. When the jenns tret into a healthy
body they are thrown oIT with the other
poisons. Recent Chicago statistics show
that one-eighth of all the d< atha in the
past two years in that city have resulted
The lust advice we can rive is to put the
body into a perfectly sound, healthy condi
tion lie assured that you have rich, red
blood and an active liver.
Many years ago Dr. K. V. Pierce, who is
consulting surgeon to the Invalids' Hotel
and Surgical Institute at Buffalo, N. V.,
found certain herbs and roots which, when
made into an alterative extract (without
the use of alcohol), seemed to be the very
best means of putting the stomach, blood
and vital organs into proper condition.
This seemed to him as close to nature's
way of treating disease as it was possible
to go. For over a third of a century Dr.
Pierces Golden Medical Discovery has had
a wonderful sale and the cures resulting
from its use are numbered by thousands.
It is a tissue-builder, better than cod liver
oil because it does not sicken the stomach,
or offend the taste. It strengthens or
renews the assimilative or digestive pro
cesses in the stomach and puts on healthy
flesh when the weight of the invalid is
reduced below the normal.
Acrept no substitute for "Golden Med
ical Discovery." Nothing: else is "just as
Dr. Pierces Pellets cure biliousness.
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