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ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1918
COPY OF
OFFICIAL BALLOT
FOR
St. Helens No. 1 Precinct, Columbia County, Oregon, November 5th, 1918.
STATE AND DISTRICT
MARK (X) BETWEEN THE NUMBER AND NAME OF EACH CANDIDATE OR ANSWER VOTED FOR
Volt UNHKD 8TATKM HKNATOK IN COM.UKHH, To
Klll Vacaury InTerm Kmlliig Mar. Ii 4. 1U1U ' Vote for One
U MARTHA K. DEAN, of Malheur Cou'uTv
IS FREbW. MULKKY, of Multiibmuli "CounTT
. . Socialist
HopuCIlcan
KOlt tMTKU HTATKH 8KNA Toil IN UJXUIIKMH, Kor "
Twin llliiiiln Man-It 4, U Vo,e fof ()e
CHA8. L. McNARY, of Muriou tbuiily
14
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llouubliuiii
A ClllS Hf SEAUGilTEU, of "Muriou Couuty Socialist
OSWALD WEST." of "MultuuTuirCouiTty"; . '. 777.
Democratic-Prohibition
l-Olt ItKI'KKMKNT.VUVK IN tONOKKHM, HIIMT )1H
TIUCT. llonton, Clu.kainaa, ClaUnp, Columbia,
Coon, Curry, 1)mih1m, Jnckwui, Jom-plilim, Jnc,
Lincoln, l.lnii. Marlon, Polk, Tillamook, Waahlnii-
17
Ion and YainliUl Couuli.-a
W.'cVlIAWLEY, of Marlon County"
Vote for One
II
Republlcan-Deiuocratic-Prohlbltlon
llAilLIN TALllEHT,of Xriin 'CouiiTy Socialist
I OH UOVKIt.NOlt
Vote for Out'
19
21"
WALTER M. PIERCE, of Union County
uTrrilAUVToi MayionT'uuntyTT. . . .
Lieinocri.il.;
Socialist
JAMES W1T11YCOMBE, of Muriou County .... Republican
KOlt HT.VIK TUKANUKKlt
2 2 67 11 lOFrTot" Muinonmb CouiilyTTr
23 iUAVfUlMA86N,"nVluTrt:bTnIy
'24" I'AILINE "SUAHSTof MulUaurTJuntr"
Vote lor one
Republican
Utiiuocralia
Socialist
I OH JUN'lICK OK TIIK Nll'K-MK COlllT
26
2
Vote for One
II. W. EVANS, of Douglas Couuty Sociallul
liirAHLEB ATjOHNSTVrMuiinouiaU Couuty .... Republicau
I OH JU811CK OK TIIK HLTKKMK COURT. To Kill
Vacant y canned by Uie Death of Justice lauk
A. Moore. Voto for One
I OH ATTOUNKY UK.NKKAL
Vole for One
27
2a
(iEOHUE M. UHOWN, of Douglas Couuty
Republlcun-Democratic-Prohlbitlon
K. L. CANNON, of bouglus Couuty Sociulist
KOlt MUPKltlNTKNUKNT OK l'l'UMO INSTRUCTION Vote for One
29
30
"J. A. CHURCHILL, of liukur Couuty .. Republlcun-Ueuiocralie
"INEZ AUGUSTA LUSlCbt Voos County
Soclullsl
KOlt liO.MMIMNlO.NKIt OK TIIK BUREAU OK JiAllOlt
STATISTICS AND IN'SPKCTOIt OK KACTOIUKH
AM) WORKSHOPS
Vote for Ouo
31 C.H. URAM, of Muiiiomuh Couuty . . Itop"ubllcun-i)ouiocratic
32
TnjOUSrNIKi;L,A.,ot CluUop Couuty SoclallBt
KOlt COMMISSION Kit OK TIIK
COMMISSION OK OREGON
I'l'llMO 8KRVICK
Vote for One
33
34"
JOHN E. JOHNSON, of Malheur Couuty SoclallBt
"FREDA. WILLIAMS, of Josephine County
Uepubllcan-Democrotlc
KOlt 81TK1U.NTKNIIK.NT OK WATKIt DIVISION
NCMIIKK O.NK. Hentou, Clac-kamas, CluUop,
Columbia, Cooa, Curry, IHiukIiui, Jackson, Josephine,
Kalamatli, l-ki, ln Mncoln, I.lnn, Marion,
Multn.imi.il. I'olk. Tillamook, Washington and
Yamhill Counties
MAX BURGHOLZKR, of Lauo Comity bucibubi.
Voto for One
36
3?
lmk'V a r-utitiii cf Muriou County i
Republican-Democratic
KOlt 8KNATOK, KOt'KTKK.NTIl SENATORIAL DIS
TRICT. Clackamas, Columbia mid Multnomah
Vote for one
Counties
3? W. W. BANKS, of Multnomah County
rtcpublicftn-Domocratlc
88 rrA-Kr-aMii rnf MiillnmairCounTy SoclallBt
........ ataiivi.- TUK.N'TIKTll ItKritK-
CoIuniDia t.ouniy - -
8ENTATIVK DISTRICT.
89
4F
E. I. BALLAQH. of Columbia County
Ropubllcan
TnTMTNTnumbia County Democratic
COUNTY
KOlt COUNT JLDGK
41 G E0ItGEBC0N Y EliS
2 " w7 17 fuLLeiitonTT:
43 MARTIN WHltE.77r:
Vote for One
Independent
. bcmocratlc
. Republican
KOlt
4 4"
4 6""
COUNT COM.MlHM10.NKlt
J."D.McltAY" ..".".'.".T.T
" JUDSON "WEEbT.Tr.T7
Vote for One
. " Dembcratln
. Republican
KOlt X)UNTV 8HKKIKK
4 Iff HrUNTlNO
47 B. "C.ST ANWOOD '
Vote for One
77" Democratic
. . Republican
Vote for One
KOlt COUNTY CLKKK
48 J. W. HUNT Republican
KOlt tXJUNTV TRKAHUltKIt
49
Vote for One
BESSIE HATTAN Democratic-Republican
KOlt COUNTY HLUVKVOH
SO
Vote for One
L. J. VAN ORSHOVEN Republican-Democratic
KOlt COUNTY OOHO.NKlt
Vote for One
61
T. S. WHITE RepuDlican-Democratlc
PRECINCT OFFICERS
KOlt Jl'HTICK OK TIIK I'KACK, D1MTIUCT NO. 1.
Ui-r Islund, Ht. ll.dpns Noa. 1 and 2, Yankton,
Hpltzrnb-r, H.-aipooH0 and Warren Voting I'rc-rlm-U
Vote for One
62 Mf FrHAZEn 7 r".7Republic
63" MAGNUS"8AXbN ....... r77777.'T777777 l . V independent
KOlt tX.NHTAUI.K OK VlHTItlCT NO. 1. leer Inland,
KL HclciiK Now. 1 and S, Yankton, Hpitaenb. r,
HcuiMMiHe and Warren Voting 1'recluctn
Vote for One
REFERRED TO THE PEOPLE BY THE
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY
Submitted by the Legislature ESTABLISHING AND
MAINTAINING SOUTHERN AND EASTERN ORE
GON NORMAL SCHOOLS Purpose: To amend
Article 14 of the Constitution of Oregon by adding
Sectlon4; appropriating one hundred aud twenty
fir thousand dollars to establish "Southern Oregon
Normal School" at Ashland, and one hundred and
twenty-fWe thousand dollars to establish "Eastern
Oregon Normal School" east of Cascade Mountains;
proridlng for maintenance of each school respective-
ly, from funds procured by lerying one twenty-fifth
mill tax upon each dollar of taxable property within
the State, for Southern Normal School, and a Ilk
tax for Eastern Oregon Normal School; all funds
appropriated shall be expended by Board of Regents
of Normal Schools. Vote YES or NO
300
S01
Yea
"No r
Sumbitted by the Legislature ESTABLISHING DE
PENDENT, DELINQUENT AND DEFECTIVE
CHILDREN'S HOME, APPROPRIATING MONEY
THEREFOR Purpose: Appropriating the sum of
two hundred thousand dollars, or so much thereof
as may be necessary to establish a Home t be
known as "The Home for State Wards," for de-
pendent, delinquent and defective children, who
shall be commlttod to said Home by lawful authority
of the Stale; authorizing the State Board of Control
to acquire a site and title to real estate for said .
Home at some point within the City of Portland, or
within five miles from the corporate limits of said
city, and to construct buildings, and provide neces
sary equipment therefor, including furnishings,
lighting and heating Vote YES or NO
302
303"
Yes
No
REFERENDUM ORDERED BY PETITION
OF THE PEOPLE
Referred by Clackamas County Fishermen's Union:
President, Charles Gates, 410 Madison St., Oregon
City, Oregon; Secretary, Andrew Naterlin, 1420
Madison St., Oregon City, Oregon; Treasurer, Anton
Naterlin, 1420 Madison St., Oregon City, Oregon
CLOSING THE WILLAMETTE RIVER TO COM
MERCIAL FISHING SOUTH OF OSWEGO Pur
pose: Closing Willamette River and tributaries.
North of the South line of Section 11, Township 2,
South, Range 1 East, to salmon fishing except with
hook and line, from March 16th to May 1st, and
. from June 16th to November 1st; and above said
line, at all times; forbidding any person catching
more than three salmon In one day with hook and
line in any portion of said river closed to net fish
ing during closed season; forbidding sale of salmon
taken with hook and line during closed season;
limiting number of trolling outfits in any boat to
number of occupants. Vote YES or No
308
307
Yes
No
PROPOSED BY INITIATIVE PETITION
m.tiated by C. 8. Jackson, and R. W. Hagood
DELINQUENT TAX NOTICE BILL Purpose:
To repeal present laws requiring newspaper
advertisement of delinquent taxes and
in lieu thereof proridlng that tax col
lector shall, after taxeo become delinquent each
year, mail by letter to each owner of real property
at address furnished by him and noted on roll, a
written notice containing description, amount of
taxes, rat of interest, penalties and date on and
after which certificate of delinquency shall Issue;
providing posting of delinquent lists and proof by
certificate of mailing and posting, making such '
certificate conclusive evidence thereof, and subject
ing collector to damages sustained for failure to
comply with act. Vote YES or NO
308 Yes
309
No
Referred by the authority of H. L. Christensen, 21
North Third Street, Portland, Oregon PROHIB
ITING SEINE AND SET-NET FISHING IN ROGUE
RIVER AND TRIBUTARIES Purpose: Declaring
It unlawful (1) to fish for salmon or other fish in
Rogue River or tributaries by means of seine or sot-'
net; (2) to flab for salmon or other fish, except with
hook and line, in Rogue River or tributaries below '
or west of Itne extending due south from highest
point of Doyles Rock near mouth of Rogue River,
' and In waters of Pacific Ocean within a radlux of
three miles of mouth of Rogue River; providing
punishment for violation of act by fine or lmpriuon-
niont, or both; and giving Justices of Peace concur
rent Jurisdiction with Circuit Courts of violations.
Vote YES or NO
Initiated by C. S. Jackson, 610 Salmon Street, Port-
land, Oregon, and R. W. Hagood, 1109 East Davis
Street, Portland, Oregon FIXING- COMPENSA
TION FOR PUBLICATION OF LEGAL NOTICES
Purpose: Fixing compensation for publication
of all notices .summonses, citations, county finan
cial statements, reports, proceedings, and all other
legal advertisements of whatsoever kind which now
or hereafter may be required published; providing
that newspapers may contract for lower rates; that
publicatitn preof of such legal notices shall include
amount charged for publication; that legal advertis
ing required for Irrigation, school and road districts
b published In local papers; amending Section 2903
Lord's Oreon Laws by classifying newspapers per
circulation in counties of 160,000 or more Inhabi
tants; repealing Section 2911 Lard's Oregon Laws
and Chapter 386, Laws 1917.
Vote YES Ox NO
310
3U
Yes
No
REFERRED BY THE STATE TAX COMMISSION
Certificate of Necessity for Increase in State Tax Levy for 1919
(Issued under authority of Chapter 160. Laws of 1917)
STATE OF OREGON )
) 83
County of Marlon )
We, the undersigned, constituting the State Tax
Commission of Oregon, hereby certify that in our
opinion it is necessary to levy on amount of State
taxes Tor the fiscal year 1919 larger by 8940,000.00
than the amount limited by the Constitution of Ore
gon, unless specifically authorized by vote of the
people.
From careful investigation we believe thatthe
proposed specific increasa of the State levy of taxes )' .
for 1919 is necessary th-t deficiency debts incurred f
for maintenance of State institutions and depart-
ments may be paid, that increased cost of necessary ' ' ;
labor and supplies during the ensuing blennlum may ''
be anticipated, that unavoidable obligations in war '
emergencies may be met and that the credit of the ' "
State may be preserved. The amount specified Is
estimated as equivalent to an average levy of one " .'1
mill on the dollar of the total essessed 'valuation of
the State for the current year. ' '.
WITNESS our hands and the seal of the State
' Tax Commission this seventeenth day of September,
1918.
Seal of the ,
Stat Tax Commission
Oregon
JAMES WITHYCOMBE. Governor. Cbairmon.
BEN W. OLCOTT, Secretary of State.
THOS. B. KAY, State Treasurer.
CHAS. V. GALLOWAY. Tax Commissioner
Filed in the office of the Secretary of State,
September 17, 1918.
304
306"
Yes
Nb
Shall the increase of 8940.000.00, as stated in the
foregoing certificate, in the total amount of the
State levy of taxes for the year 1919 over the
amount otherwise limited by the Constitution of
Oregon, bo authorized? Vote YES or NO
312
Si 3"
Yes
No
NOTE Ballots for all county precincts. the same as abeve except for precinct officers.

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