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FILE IN COUNTY
Close Contest.*. Likely to Develop at
the Primary Election for Several
When the time for filing notices
Of candidacy at the primary election
expired last Saturday evening, 27 re
publicans, it democrats, and two
non-partisan aspirants lor judge of
the superior court had shied then
hats into the political arena of Whit
man county, In the republican pri
mary there will In' contests for the
nominations for sheriff, school super
intendent, assessor, engineer, prose
cuting attorney, representatives from
the Seventh and Eighth districts and
county commissioner in the Second
district. The only contests at the
democratic primary will be over
nominations for representatives from
the Seventh district and commission
er from the Second district. No
democrats filed for the nominations
for auditor and county engineer.
Following is the complete list of
candidates who seek nomination.'- at
the primary election, September 12:
Judge of the superior court R. L.
McCroskey, Thomas .Neill.
As there are but two aspirants for
this position the next judge will be
virtually elected at the primary, for
the law provides that the name of the
candidate receiving the highest num
ber of votes shall be the only one
printed on the ballot at the general
Sheriff— G. R. Carter, Colfax; it.
B. McClure. Garfield; .1. L. Hadley,
Auditor—A. R. Metz, Colfax.
Treasurer—E. E. Renfrew, Colfax.
School superintendent —S. F. Shin
kle, Palouse; 1,. V. Corner, .Maiden.
Clerk James A. Williams, Colfax.
Assessor — M. C. True, Colfax; Jas.
A. Emert, Pullman.
EngineerW. N. Thomas, Colfax;
.1. M. McCaw, Colfax.
Prosecuting attorney Fred E.
Helwig, Maiden; W. L. LaFollette,
Coroner—L. L. Brunlng, Colfax.
Senator, ninth district—W. C. Mc-
Representatives, seventh district—
('has. B. Hoover, LaCrosse; Geo. 11.
Watt, Pullman; Roy Jones, Penawa
wa; H. F. Campbell, Pullman. (Two
to be nominated.)
Representatives, eighth district —
G. A. Weldon, Palouse; J. W. Roude
bush, Garfield; Henry ,1. Clark. Te
koa. (Two to be nominated,
Commissioner, first district A. K.
Commissioner, second district
B. Sanborn, Pullman; Geo. Z. Ickes.
Palouse; G. G. Thatcher. Albion.
Sheriff—,l. M. McLean, Oakesdale.
Treasurer—B. F. Manring, Colfax.
School superintendent—S. M. Mc-
Clerk—F. V. Waldrip, Diamond.
Assessor— 1.. C. Crow, Pullman.
Prosecuting attorney—S. H. Clegg,
Coroner—H. T. Hogan, Colfax.
Senator, ninth district— XV. W.
Representatives, seventh district—
Wm. Goodyear, Pullman; 1.. C. Mil
ler, LaCrosse; E. H. Rosenkranz, Col
fax. (Two to be nominated.)
Representatives, eighth district—
J. C. Northrup, Palouse; C. W. Mc-
Call, Garfield. (Two to be nomi
Commissioner, first district— W.
E. Thompson, Farmington.
Commissioner, second district —
Murray D. Henry. Pullman; .1. D.
Carson, Pullman; S. 11. Breeze, Pull
A RECORD PRICK
PAH) oil BARLRY
The local grain market is quiet
just at present and the buyers seem
reluctant to quote prices, probably
on account of the threatened strike
of railroad operatives. Farmers be
lieve that prices will go higher and
do not appear anxious to sell. Two
large sales of barley are reported.
Wilbur Henry, representing the Voll
mer Clearwater company of Lewis
ton, Wednesday bought 4000 sacks
of barley from Pat, Will and Ed
Ryan and Frank Murray at $1.55 per
hundredweight, the highest price
yet reported. N. E. .1. Gentry on
Tuesday bought from C. A. Price
4000 sacks of barley at $1.50 per
The only prices quoted yesterday
Red Russian $1.00
There will he a meeting of the con
gregation of the United Presbyterian
church next Wednesday evening, Au
gust 23, nt 8:00 o'clock, in the Sun
day school rooms for the purpose of
offering a call for a new pastor. All
members are urged to attend.
"What the Christian < 'bun
Teaches About Sanctlflcation?" is the
subject of the morning sermon by the
minister, Clark S. Thomas. This is
the first sermon in the series. "Some
Bible Doctrines Wrongly Presented."
Church at 1007 state street. Eng
lish service at 11:00 a. m. Sunday
school at 10:00 a. m. You are wel
come. Rev. P. J. Randolph, H.l'.,
RY PULLMAN MAN
The following campaign song was
composed by O. F. Russell of this
city. The words are sung to the tune
of "Motile Darling":
We are with you. Hilly Bryan, we'll
lie with you to the end,
For your honest, Hilly Bryan, and
on you we can depend,
Oh that fight you made at Baltimore;
congratulations we have Bent,
For you nominated Woodrow, and
you made him president.
it's keep on praying, Hilly,
keep on fighting day and
And before the next election men will
see the glorious light.
Woodrow has amazed the nation
human hearts don under
That through grief and tribulations,
he is led by Cod's .hand.
We've all faith in our great presi
dent, so much we haven't
room for more.
For he's pleading with his Savior
just to keep up out of war.
Fathers, mothers, sons and daughters
think of bloodshed over there,
Then thank God for Woodrovt Wilson
for he's kept us out of war.
Fight the czar, the king, the kaiser
all for honor you can Bee,
Rut we'll follow Woodrow Wilson,
and his wise neutrality.
Come now Woodrow. come now Billy,
give the world your very best.
When the cruel war is over you will
be forever blest,
Just one word to Billy Bryant keep
up courage, don't forsake,
Then in nineteen hundred twenty
you our president we'll make.
ONE WEAK SPOT
.Many Pullman People Have a Weak
Part and Too Often It's the
Many people have a weak spot.
Too often it's a bad back.
Twinges follow every sudden
Dull aching keeps up, day and
Backach% la often from weak kid
In such case a kidney medicine is
Doan's Kidney fills are for weak
For backache and urinary ills.
Pullman people recommend the
F. Klossner, carpenter, 300 Harri
son St., Pullman, says: "1 think
heavy lifting is what weakened my
kidneys and caused backache. When
I stooped over, 1 often got a catch iv
the small of my back and I could
hardly raisl up. My kidneys acted
irregularly and the kidney secretions
were highly colored. I also bad se
vere headaches Three boxes of
Doan's Kidney Pills, procured from
White's Drug Store, gave me great
relief, helping me in ever) respect."
Price 50c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney reined) —
get Doan's Kidney Pills- the tame
that Mr, Klossner bad. Foster
Milburn Co.. Props.. Buffalo, X. v.
University homes and other prop
erty for sale, rent or exchange. If
coming to Seattle to live or attend
the State University, write immedi
ately to secure something desirable.
Let us help you place your girl or
boy In a desirable home. UNIVER
SITY PROPERTY MAKES BIG
MONEY FOR INVESTORS. Univer
sity Information Bureau, 510 Column
Bldg., Seattle. atig!B
FOR SALE—I4-nionth-old heifer.
Good stock. Phone 3613. aulß
Mrs. Max Hinrichs and little
daughter, Louise, left the last of last
week for Sterling, Illinois, to spend
sometime visiting relatives.
Mrs. Dora Davidson is staying at
the Max Hinrichs home during the
absence of Mrs. Hinrichs in Illinois.
Mr. and Mrs. XV. H. Spence Mid
daughter. Katherine, were Sunday
guests at the A. F. Carrothers home.
Mrs. .Minnie Bryant spent from
Saturday until Sunday at the XV. H.
Arnold Smith has returned to his
school work in Messila Park, New
Mexico, after a short time spent here
with his parents.
Mrs. C. O. Kellogg/ and Mrs. Min
nine Bryant were business visitors in
Colfax on Monday.
During the absence of Mr. and
Mrs. Worley Hatley in Pullman one
da) last week someone entered the
house, helping himself to eatables
in the cupboard, and departing with
jewelry valued In the neighborhood
Mrs. M. E. Rucker spent Tuesday
afternoon at the V. L. Higgins home.
Mrs. Minnie Bryant and son.
Wayne, left Wednesday morning for
Beech Creek, Oregon, having been
called there by the serious illness of
Mrs. Ed Houck.
Frank Houch spent Sunday with
his mother, Mrs. A. F. Carrothers.
Mr. and Mrs. Prank Young and
children were Wawawai visitors on
Sunday, calling at the home of Mrs.
M. E. Rucker in the evening.
Mrs. A. F. Carrothers, Mrs. Minnie
Bryant and Annie Carrothers 'ailed
at the V. L. Higgins home Tuesday
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4500 feet above sea level, in
the Powder River Mountains,
near Joseph, Oregon. Eat,
Bleep, play, live out-of-doors.
A delightful mountain-lake re
sort. Good fishing.
For information, fares, tickets,
L. B. MOVER, Agent
O-W. R. R. & N.
Union Supply Co.
COAL, WOOD, FLOUR
and MILL FEED
Special price* on large lots of coal
JAMES EMERT, Agent
No Ashes, Soot or Danger
when you have an
Qetfipj) up fye rai/oe.
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DRESSMAKING — Is the
time to get your sewing done, before
the fall rush. Mrs. M. Tinker, 1711
Opal street. aug4-ll
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Read what Secretary Lane
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