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That's our meat, the meat everyone is calling for. Have you called? Call now and again CENTRAL MARKET B. I. PLUMMER, Prop. STRONGLY ENDORSE EDWARD STANWOOD Neighbors Send Strong Testimonials to His Real Worth. AH Work Guaranteed o o i o o Estimates Furnished. R. CONSTANTIN Plumbing and Heating Sheet Metal Work B1 i : St Helens Oregon jl St Helens Columbia County Abstract A Company Abstracts, Real Estate, Insurance. Loans, Conveyancing St. Helens, Oregon o o bh a mnrmnnnnni otstt s ts s ins s 5 s i srsti ttTsirmns'sisis'sis s jYow is Me time, to KM 'em St. Helens. Ore., Oct. 29th, 1914 To Tlie Voters of Columbia County On account of t ho iiicllunls liolng used by somo of the pnoplo who nro opposing me la my camlUlucy shorlft I fool that It Is up to me to explain to the voters of this county sotno of the circumstances connect ed with my candidacy, llefore the primaries last May there was a com pleto and thorough understanding and agreement between myself and the other candidates that whoever should win the nomination he would receive the support of the losers. It was a fair and sptiare agrement and, as the primary enm paign was a clean one It seems to me that this agreement should be ob served. I will say that If I had been the loser that I could stand by that agreement and I believe that the poo pie of the county should know these facts and that when they do I will receive the support that I am entitled to. As to any conectlon that I may have with any ring of politicians or i any particular faction I wil say pos itively to the people of this county that such a statement Is fulse. I have made no promises to any faction or ring and in fact have tuude no prom Ises or other favors to any person on earth. I am as free to go Into the office and conduct It according to my own ideas as is any man on earth Can the other candidates for the of fice say the same thing, truthfully? All I ask from the people of this county is to give me fair considera tion and to remember that I am the one candidate for office of Bheriff who has not held office tn this coun ty. I promise a fair administration of the laws and will give t,o people of the county the very Dest that is in me. If you can support me I will appreciate it and will show that I am free to act for the Interests of the entire people. E. C. STANWOOD. g With KINO 1 LY KHXKItS. 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To the People of Columbia County: As the election is only a few days off and there Is one candidate for county office who seems to me to he not getting fulr ploy I would like to ask you to print a few words about Ed Stunwood, who is running for sheriff. I know Ed Stanwood as a neighbor and friend. lie is both a good neighbor and a good citizen. He has lived among us form any years and we know what he Is and that he can be trusted. He went Into the primary campaign and conducted a clean campaign and won out on his merits. He Is now making another clean campaign without mud sling Ing or saying anything against any othr candidates. But as there are somo false rumors out against Mm it sems to me that we who know him best owe It to the public and to the voters of Columbia County to make a public endorsement of his candi dacy. He Is a trustworthy and hon orable man, fuly capable of filling the office of sheriff. He is entitled to the support of the republican party and the support of any voter who is not satisfied with the candi date of his party, for Ed Is a good man and any confidence reposed in him will not be misplaced. He ought to be elected by a big major ity. He Is entitled to fair play, and I hope the people of the county will do their duty towards a good man and also towards an unfair method of trying to defeat such a man. Yours for a square deal, CHAS. T. BROWN. International Correspondence Schools ' , Ple nplili, llbi.l lurther outitfoa mr Dirt, how I tea quality lor a Lrre, til..r .., ,.. i,croeet to (be bulitlu. Lei., vhl. t. I h ...L.t v Stenographer Adverti.ement Wrltar Hhow-Card Writer Window Trimmer Mechanical Drartemen Ornatnantal Ueelguer Illustrator Civil Serrlo Chemlat Tertlle Mill iapt Kleatrlolan Klcotrlr?.! Engineer Telephone Engineer Eleo. -Lighting Supt. Mechanical ngtueer Surveyor Stationary Snglneer Civil Engineer Building Contractor Architectural Drefta, Architect Structural Engineer UMdgo Bngineer Foremen Plumber Mining Engineer Nam St, and No. . Cf . Stali . McKay B. McCLELLAN, District Manager Portland, Oregon Yankton, Ore., Oct. 26, 1914. To the Editor: My friend and neighbor Ed Stan wood has received the nomination for sheriff by the Republicans of this county. There is feeing circulated some campaign stories that he Is the candidate of some rlflg at St. Helens and I want to say to the Deonle that na.e trau atiq uulllieu Willi ilia BUHl- wood for a number of years and I don't believe he is a rlngster of any kind. He has always been a good citizen, worthy of confidence and if elected sheriff ho will be Juat as fre to perform his duties as any man In Columbia county, without taking orders from any ring or faction. An instance of his Independence from ring methods was when I, as presi dent of the Columbia County Fair, requested Sheriff John to appoint Stanwood as a deputy sheriff to serve at the fair grounds for three days. Mr. John refused to do so for the reason that he had promised not to appoint any candidate for the of fice of sheriff as a deputy. I then ont to the city marshal of St. Hn ens and had him appointed as a dep uty city marshall. But this goes to show that Stanwood has no more pull with the present officers and Is as free from the charges of being lined up with any faction ns Is any othor candidate. We who know Kd Stanwod best, can certify ns to his moral worth. We know that he Is a man capuble of filling tlio office of sheriff. Ho Is tlio Republican nom inee and Is worthy of support, any campolgn Blorlos to the contrary notwithstanding. Yours for fair play, (J. I,. TAItltKI.I-. St. Helens, Ore., Oct. 27, 1914. To the Editor: Being a firm believer In the Re publican party, I do not deem It out of the way or officious to suy to the people of Columbia county a few words about E. C. Stunwood, the lte lubllcnn candidate for Biierlff. I linvr known Mr. Stanwood ever since I have been a resident of (VumM:i county and have had many business deulings with him. I have always found him to be a man of his word and a nun upon whom dependence could at all times bo placed. He has proven himself to bo a man of Integrity and an Industrious citizen. So fur as I am able to Judge from close observation I would also say that Mr. Stanwood Is free from any political alliance that would In any way hamper him In his work as sher iff or that would piaro him under obligations to any particular faction or organization. I believe that he would serve the peoplo of the county as sheriff to their entire mtNf Yours truly, WM. M. ROSS. TIIKMIOI.M NKWS Mr. Wm. Woerner, youngest mem ber of the Western Cooperage Co., left this week on a two weeks' visit to his homo It San Francisco. Mr. and Mrs. t!us Whltenhel nml Mrs. Smith aro home again after sev eral weeks' In Portland. Mr. Chus. Heir lo ftfor Aberdeen Sunday after a short vlnit here. Mrs. Heir acompunyed him as fur ns Tort land. Miss Mario Heir was the victim of an accident last Suturdny, when a can ot hot tar exploded In her face. While not serious, Marie will not be able to attend school for awhile. Clyde Heir leaves for Aberdeen this week to work for the Western Cooperago Company there. The autumn foliage around Trmi holm Is certainly beautiful at this time of year and anyone walking or driving among the hills cannot but at least cast nn admiring glance ut nature's glorious colorings. Last Friday afternoon the school teacher, MIhb Smith, invited the par ents and friends to visit the school. A pleaHlng program was given and Mrs. Ketel gave a short rending. At Miss Smith's suggestion a Parent Teacher's Club was formed and fol lowing officers chosen: President Mrs. Ketel; secretary, mid treasurer. Mrs. Kelly. Several sugestion were put In the hnnds of a committee to be decided upon at t,e next meeting, Friday evening November 20. 64 X W. J. Fullerton lor Rep. resentative of Colum bia County. If a majority of the voters of this county mark their ballots this way I will go to the legislature and work earnestly for the Interests of the tax payers and citizens of this county. That I have the Interests of the people at heart Is attested bv the record made of four yeais as deputy assesor of tho county, when every prpery owner receved a snunre deal at my hands. You will also receive a smium deal in the legislature If I g() there to represent you. Practically all my life has been spent in this countv and I am familiar with every condition and believe that I can serve you well, Here Is a brief outline of mv platform: I'MTFORM. "Taxes and appropriations are far too high. I will work constantly for a reduction of both. "Good ronds are an absolute nn. cessity for the development of all parts of State and County. 'I am opposed to County bnmlml Indebtedness for construction ot State highways and bolievo tho State should construct all lntir. County trunk roads, using all auto license fees to aid in such construc tion. "I hel'evn the flt-litvir In liiKirv tho Columbia river should bo regu- I latea arm controlled by tlio fmli.n.i i government." ! Have you seen any nlutform nf the other candidates? You know whore I stand, dn vmi know, what tho other fellows stand for 7 Your vote wll be appreciated. No. 64 nn the ballot. W. J. FULLERTON. (raid Advertisement. ) . YOU SHOULD VOTE FOR m Republican Candidate for UNITED STATES SENATO - -wii 1 Are you better oil now than you were under a Republic! administration.' Are you satisfied? If you believe in the principles of the Republican Party J you arc convinced mat incsc principles are best for tlie countr then prove it by voting for your standard bearer, Robert tfootn, Kcpublican candidate lor United Stales Senator. You know that under Republican presidents the people of ij United Mates nave good times. You know that under Democratic presidents you have Dercc cratic times. Remember the prosperity under McKinlcy, Roosevelt as Taft. Remember the conditions under Cleveland and Wilson. The issue in this campaign is not one of personality. . It k n one of non-partisanship. It is a question of whether you prtfc prosperity under Republican administration. Do you have enough work? Are your wages good? Isyci- busincss what you want it to tc? If you are satisfied with present conditions well and goi you believe that the present situation is better than under Kinley, Roosevelt and Taft. you know what to do. The way to bring prosperity is to help elect a Rcpublicr Senate. The Republican candidate in Oregon is R. A. Boort This is a Republican year. Vote the ticket straight. (Paid adv. Ki-pttldican State l.Vntral Coin., Imperial Hold 30 01 o Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets jj 25c, 50c. and $1.00 a Box ion ih:tii:k UTirrrn: ami k.ikv ik.i:stiu MOM V l! W K NOT SATISI IDII Tin:sr. Tuu.CTs i:.vi.i..: vor to i:vr .wytiiinu AT A S V TI.MK nm PHARMACY o nn: it ktuki: BANK nUlLOlNG fhONE 100 ST. lit LENS, ORtf.ON ft TOT ANNOUNCEMENT " i i iii i .1 1 1 n i i i -1 We have just installed a new lathe and are prepared to do your repair work cn marine and automobile engines and machinery of all kinds A (JKNKRAI, HI-PAIR SHOP Work turned out on short noiicc by an experienced mechanic XU CITY GARAGE WINKS LIQUORS (MARS You, .Ihnttjs C,vl the Best ai DUKE'S PLACE BEST BRAND BOTTLED BEER lft:::::fcg Hi.AKKhi.ky 151.1)0. or HELENS.