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I For Representative in Congress—
j JOSEPH M. DIXON
i For Associate Justice of the Su>
1 presse Court—
1 WILLIAM L. HOLLOWAY
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I For State Senator—
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I For Members of tbe House of
1 Representatives—
1 AARON CONNER
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| J. W. LANCASTER
| For 8heriff—
1 J. D. WATTS
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1 For County Clerk and Recorder—
[ CHARLES M. JOHNSON
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I For County Treasurer—
| OLIVER C. COOPER
For County Assessor—
ARTHUR BECKWITH
I For County Attorney—
WILLIAM p. BAKER
I For County Superintendent
School*—
KLTTIE OSTERMEYER
J For County Surveyor—
LOUIS LACOURSIER
I For Public Administrator—
JACKSON D. MISER
I For Coroner—
I FRANK M. LOCKWOOD
I For County Commissioners—
I J. B. OVERTURF

T. J. HOLT
W. E. GLEASON
I For Justices of the Peace, Ed
wards Township—
F. B. TANNER
For Constables, Edwards Town
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For Justices of the Peace, Ward j
Township—
FKANR J. MORRIS

C. C. COULTER

For Constables, Ward Town- j!
ship—
E. E. TERPENING
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For Justices of the Peace, Cor
vallis Township—
J. B. LAWS
WILLIAM JONES
For Constables, Corvallis Town
ship—
CHARLES KEGLER
For Justices of the Peace, Ste
vens Township—
SOLYMAN SEDGWICK
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For Constables, Steyens Town- I
ship—
CHARLES C. WRIGHT

PHILLIP WAGNER
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STATE OF MONTANA,
County of Ravalli,
Howard D. Smart, County Cleric of the County of Ravalli, do hereby certify the above to be a true and corrt
copy, taken from the certificates of nominations filed in my office, of the names of all,persons nominated for offices to be filled at the next gener
election to be held on the Jfth day of November, 1902, and also of all questions to be submitted to the qualified electors of the county at said election .
Witness my hand and the seal of said Ravalli County this 20th day of October, 1902.
__ _ (Seal) _ » HOWARD D. SMART, County Cle,
constitutional amendment.
No. 35*
_ An Act Providing for the Submission to
She Qusliled electors of the State of Mon
«snaotMi Amendment to Section 4 of Arti
cle XVI, of the Constitution, Helatlsg to
Ornaty Commissioners.
jaiÄÄSi.f'" 1 "'" a —
«■e .acs.t K»nertl elecUon to be held in said
state, the following aaoendment to Section 4.
of Article XVI of the constitutional«^*
t* «aunty oommtssiooers.
That HeeMoa 4 of Artlele XVI of the con
atitatlon of the State of Montana, be amend
«d so as to read as follows:
, ."®eetioa A In each county there shall he
•leased three county commissioners, whose
tana of uflteu shall be six years, provided,
that the term of oBoe of those elected on
Kmapiber Mh. MSA shall expire on the flirt
Monday lb January, IMf; provided further,
that at the generalelection to be held In No
_____ tue, (In counties where commis-
si«»«? are to be elected that yew), three
---Issioners shall be elected whose terms
January,
general
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commissioners shall be elected whose term:
shall expire « the «rat Monday in January
ÄSTprorlded further, that at the genera
sle eti ea to be held la No
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For Representative in Congress—
MARTIN DEE
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For Associate Justice pf the Su
preme Court—
WILLIAM L- HOLLOWAY
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general eleotion to be held In November, IMA
one commissioner shall be elected for a term
of six years. A vacancy in the board of
county commissioners shall be filled by ap
pointment by the Judge of the Judicial dis
trict in which the vacancy occurs."
Bection 2. The vote upon this amendment
shall be counted and canvassed by such offi
cials and in such manner as is provided by ,
law for the counting and canvassing of the I
votes for member of congiess, and""? a__
Jority of all votes oast at said election for
and ugainst said amendment shall be in
favor of the amendment, the governor of the
stltutlon from and after the date of said
proclamation.
Section 1. The official ballots to be used
at the next general election to be held in this
state shall have printed thereon the follow
ing words In such manner as to allow every
latin* to County Commissioners," __
"Against the Amendment to the Constitu
tion relating to County Commissioners."
Approved February M, 1901.
^United States of America, State of Mou
„ L G^orne M. Haye, secretary of state of the
State of Montana, do hereby certify that the
rton to the Qualified Mlectoraof the State of
Montana of an Amendment to Sectloc ' "
Article XVl^tta OoosUteth». Melatl
Seventh session of tho*WgisUtlve assembly
ofl thoStataofl Montane awl appeovedou the
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Mth day of February, 1901.
In testimony whereof I have hereunto set
my hand and affixed the great seal of said
state.
»one at the Olty of Helena, the Capital of
said State, this 15th day of July. A. D. IMA
(Beal.) GEO. M. BAYS.
Secretary of State.
THE WORST FORM.
Multitudes are singing the praises
of Kodol, the new discovery which is
making so many aick people well and
weak people strong by digesting what
they eat, by cleansing and sweetening
the stomach and by transforming
their food into the kind of pure, rich,
red blood that makes yon feel good
all over. Mrs. Canfill, of Troy, I. T„
writes: For a number of years I was
troubled with indigestion and dyspep
sia which grew into the worse form.
Finally I was induced to use Kodol
and after using four bottles I am en
tirely cured. I heartily recommend
Kodol to all sufferers from indigestion
and dyspepsia. Take a dose after
meala. It digests what yon eat
Hamilton Drag Co. *
People's Part},
MARTIN DEE
preme Court—
WILLIAM L. HOLLOWAY
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NOTICE OF ELECTION.
Notice Is hereby given thst sn election Will
be held on the first Tuesday after the first
Monday of November, 1902, vis:
TUESDAY NOVEMBER 4th, 1902,
*t the several voting precincts In Ravalli
county. Montana, as designated by the board
of county commissioners, for the following
named officers, to-wit :
One Representative In Congress
One Associate Justice of the Supreme
Court.
One State Senator.
Two Members of the House of Representa
tives.
One Sheriff.
One County Treasurer.
One County Clerk and Recerder.
One County Assessor.
One County Attorney.
One County Superintendent of Schools.
One Coroner.
One Public Administrator.
One County Surveyor.
Three County Commissioners.
Two Justlcesof the Peace In each Township.
Two Constables in each Township,
And for the determination of the following
S uestlon, "The Amendment to the Constltn
Ion Relating to County Commissioners."
The polls of which election will be open at
8 o'clock in the morning and continue open
until 4 o slock In the afternoon of these—
fluted this 1st day of October, A. D. IMS.
Witness my hand and the seal of the board
of county commissioners this 1st day of Octo
ber A, D. MSS. HOWARD D. SMART,
total) Clerk.
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I For Representative in Congress— i
J JOHN M. EVANS
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1 For Associate Justice of the Su- !
I preme Court—
JüflUSj JÖ. ldUfOUiCi
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1 For State Senator—
J ED. A. JOHNSON
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■ For Members of the House of j
I Representatives— j j
* B. F. SEE 1 jl
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| JAMES R. FAULDS. 1 1
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| For Sheriff— ! j
| JOSHUA POND. | I
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I For County Clerk and Recorder— 1
| CHAS.S. MILES ijN
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I For County Treasurer— iiii
j HARVEY L. CARTER j j \\
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1 For County Assessor— j j j
1 MATT VAUGHN

| For County Attorney— 1 j j
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i i or County Superintendent ©1 U H
Schools—
i JENNIE ADAMS
(HID
For County Surveyor— llll
M. D. KIPPEN

For Public Administrator— j j !
JOHN CAMPBELL |;l|
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For Coroner—
J. J. SOUTHWICK
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For County Commissioners—
JOHN S. TREECE

HENRY GROVER
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GEO. SATTERLEE

For Justice of the Peace, Ed- 1
wards Township—
DAVID D. NICHOLSON j j f
MID
D. W. RICE 111

For Constables, Edward Town- j j j
ship— - j :
GEO. B. WALDO

P. B. BENNETT
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For Justice of the Peace Skai- 111
kaho Township—
SYLVESTER IRVINE j11

For Constable Skalkaho Town- ill;
ship— H ;
WICKS SMITH j|H
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For Justices of the Peace Ward | j U
Township—
R. H. SMITHEY j|H
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For Constables Ward Township— ' ! j
WM. BELL j j j

WM. STRANGE j j j

For Justices of the Peace, Cor- ! j ;
vallis'township—
C. 1.. SMITH

M. M. FOWLER UH
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For Constables, Corvallis Town- ; I
ship—
ED. GIBBONS

W. A. POINDEXTER

For Justices of the Peace, Ste
vens Township—
GEO. GIBBONS
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B. F. SHIVEL
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For Constables, Stevens Town- i I j
ship- j j j
W. D. JERNIGAN

ROBERT GOW
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.
To James Bubser. his heirs, executor or
assignee: You are hereby notified, that In
accordance with the provisions of Section
3B4 of the Revised Statutes of the United
States and amendments thereof, concerning
annual labor on mining claims that we, your
co-ownerk have expended In labor and Im
provements on tbe "Tip Top" Quartz claim
In the Hughes creek mining district, Ravalli
county, Montana, (Recorded Dee. 14, 1897. Is
Book 4, page 105), one hundred ($100) dollars
for the year 1901; on the "Dynamo" Quarts
mining claim In the Hughes creek mining
district, Ravalli county, Montana. (Record
ed Aug. 25. IMA in Book A page 36). one hun
dred (WOO) dollars for tbe year 1901; on the
Empire" Quarts mldn^ claim '.In the
_____ ______rd Aug. SA I _ ____
5~ page 37), one hundred ($100) dollars for the
Hughes creek mining dit
ty, Montana. (Recorded At
Fet. Ravalli coun
" 1890, In Book
jre.r M01; and, on the "Carrie Kearney"
Quarts claim in the Hughes creek mining
district. Ravalli county, Montana. (Record
ed Snpt. ST, MBA In Brak 4. page >40, of quarts
locations), one hundred (6100) dollars for tbe
per 1901, and If wltbln 90 days after the pub
lleatloa of this notiee you tall or refute to
aus sa
interests will become the property of the
undersigned, your co-owners. as provided by
law. Dawin. Kusnr,
Joss B menus y .
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MBA First
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For Representative in Congre -
GEORGE B. SPROULE
i For Associate Justice of the
preme Court—
1 W. D. CAMERON _
I For State Senafor—
ELIAS BRYAN
i For Members of the House
Representatives—
1 WARREN R. GIBFORD
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