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DEMOCRATIC TICKET
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President—
JOHN W. DAVIS.
Attorney-General—
C. E. CARLSON
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Vise-Fresident—
CHARLES W. BRYAN
Secretary of State—
SAM W. MITCHELL
Hailed States Senator—
THOMAS J. WALSH
State Treasurer—
HOWARD A. McINTYRE
State Auditor—
THOMAS E. CAREY
JOSEPH KIRSCHW1NG
State Superintendent—
JOHN M. KAY
A i adate Justice—
JOHN A. MATHEWS
Railroad Commissioner
SIDNEY MILLER
Governor—
J. E. ERICKSON
Clerk of Supreme Court-—
LEON E. CHOQUETTE
Ueateugl -Governor—
FRANK H. COONEY
COUNTY
Clerk District Court
G. L. FINLEY
Senator
W. J. CHRISM AS
County Clerk—
LELAND S. NEWMAN
Treasurer—
J. EDWARD NORDSTROM
Attorney—
EMILY E. SLOAN
Representative—
N. F. CRANE
J. S. EMMETT
J. E. MUSHBACII
Commissioner—
HARRY MATTHEWS
Sheriff—
JOHN DUNN
County Superintendent—
GAIL A. BOYD
WILL APPRECIATE YOUR SUPPORT
AT THE POLLS.
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Political advertisement paid for b y the Democratic County Central
Committee, Thos. F. Pollard, chairman, Red Lodge, Montana,
DIXON USING MINES TAx
(Continued from page 1)
This is my third letter to you. Tht
first was dated May 1, and the s
1 July 14. Had you replied, this letter
might have
These letters contained numerous
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I have had ample time to anawe i -
people where.!, my
of different tone
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charges against you were in conflict
with the facta.
A ou exercise >>> I 1
that of silence. o you ny c arge s
were too positive, specific and del.
In support thereof confirma
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tory evidence was too abundant. You
could not have done otherwise than re
main silent.
Having refused to accept my chal
lenge to debate your official record
you found it necessary to sustain your
reputation as a debater, to issue a
^challenge to another,
your questionable purpose, you
turned to the first of Shakespeare's
seven ages of man, and challenged
Judge Erickson. In the circumstances
the judge could have responded with a
reply that you are not a "contender"
and that you are a sniper for the
Northern Pacific Railway company.
If he desired the judge could have
adopted your tactics.
However, Judge Erickson cannot
bat against your curves. He lives too
remotely from the state house.
You have had, repeatedly, called
to your attention the fact that of the
total net earnings of the entire Nor
thern Pacific system, this state yields
65 per cent. That in Montana, where
the Northern Pacific makes its money,
I it pays taxes at the rate of $900 per
I mile of road, while outside of Montana
'this railroad company pays taxes at
I the rate of $1,674 per mile of road,
j According to the Wisconsin for
mula, the Northern Pacific is dodg
i ing taxes on $60,000.000 of property
in Montana.
And to serve
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The Northern Pacific needs and
must have a sniper—an influential
jone—one who can shed tears when
; telling sympathetic audiences the
story of the abuses suffered by him
; at the hands of the mining industry
I of the state—one who can successfully
I obscure taxation facts by shifting to
others a burden that should be parti
ally borne by the Northern Pacific.
You are the ideal "sniper."
Had the cost of state government
, under you been exactly the same as
the cost under your predecessor, Stew
1 art, the state today would not owe a
j dollar. The excess of revenue collect
ed by yttu, and the cash which you
found in funds other than the gener
al fund were equal»in amount to the
indebtedness on January 1, 1921—the
day you assumed charge as governor.
From this period of computation it
may be stated that the outstanding
J state indebtedness on July 1, 1924.
namely, $3,595,00, is all of your ow:
creation. Let us have the debate.
FRANK J. EDWARDS.
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How Can the Infant
Cry So Loud and Long?
In meditating the other day on one
of the most familiar lines of Tennyson,
"An Infant crying In the night," I de
cided that Insulth'lent attention had
la*en given to It by physiologists,
elocu
phonoluglsts, music teachers,
iionlMs, singers and public speakers,
Even these men and women who are
fortunate enough to possess, like
Marion Crawford's Roman singer, a
, hroat of lroB . do not dare to ahont
and shriek continuously for the space
j of two hours ; whilst the average adult,
I If he roared for 15 minutes, would
probably be hoarse for two days, and
ro |^j seriously, perhaps permanently,
j | n j ure i dg V(K . U | chords.
Yet a tender Hi font, with a throat
j Hg g0 fj ag vvuter, can yell all night
fortissimo, and not only do himself do
Injury, but In the morning be fresh ss
s fox hound, and not only be able, but
quite willing, even eager, to continue.
What I« the secret of the baby's
voice production7 It seems to be a
matter worth serious Investigation. In
emission of tone the Infant uncon
sciously has a system that makes the
Italian appear crude. If singing mas
ters could discover what It Is. anil
teach It, nil present methods of vocal
study would be revolutionized.—Wil
liam Lyon Phelps In Scribner's Maga
zine.
Too Trusting
After affecting an entrance Into the
bank the burglar found his way to the
strong room. When the light from his
lantern fell on the door he saw ihe
sign :
"Save your dynamite. The safe Is
not locked. Turn the knob and open."
For a moment he ruminated. "Any
how, there's no harm In trying It, If
It really Is open." He grasped the
knob and turned It.
Instantly the office was flooded with
light, an alarm bell rang loudly, an
electric shock rendered him helpless,
while a panel In the wall opened and
out nfshed a bulldog which seized him.
An hour later, when the cell door
closed on him, he sighed : "1 know
what's wrong with me. I'm too trust
ing. I have too much faith In humas
nature."
Hew Elephants Art Killed.
MasluTnns, natives of South Africa,
kill elephants by hamstringing them
with a broad-bladed hi when they are
»sleep or by stabbing them from an
ambush between the shoulder blade*
with a heavy usaeng»!.
ERICKSON PROMISES
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long. The issue in this campaign is
whether we are to have a state gov
ernment administered in a business
like, economical way, or whether the
millions of dollars of taxpayers' mon
ey are to be spent in maintaining a
political machine for the benefit of a
bunch of politicians."
John M. Kay, formerly of Red
Lodge, candidate for State Superi
tendent of Schools, made a short and
riterasting talk.
Leon Choquette, candidate for Clerk
of the Supreme Court also made a talk
Mr. Collett talked on national issues.
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I am for LaFollette and Wheeler and their platform. If elected
) täte Senator I will devote my earest endeavors for a workable
bank guarantee law, for the repeal of our present unjust classifi
cation tax law and any other measures that will give a square
deal to the business men, producers and farmers of this state.
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West Is His
Lafollette Says
Des Moines, Iowa. October 21.—As
he turned eastward Tuesday with the
the remainder
tumping in the
intention of devoting
of his campaign to s
j states east of tin Mississippi, Senator
Robert M La Follette, independent
candidate for pl ,..i de nt. renewed his
denland for a starchin g inquiry into
campaign
Declaring let, already put into
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Crop, of Japan.
The principal <r..ps of Japan In the
order of their importance are rice,
barley, rye, wheat, tobacco and tea.
Of these the rh e crop U by far the
largest, being nearly CO per cent of
the whole.
RICHARD LLOYD JONES
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Figure lour Own Worth
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Every man weighs himself mid determines his
All wages are not paid In coin
■ uoai have anything lut money
o of i hat tuc-y are jwti forgotten by a wot Id
U deeds.
If lea common practice to blame the world for onr own faults. When
yonr (-stimule cf your work and (he world's estimate do not agree,
enney yourself lefore you curse the world.
It is Impossible lo keep any emu 1 clow the level of his attainments.
It. Is as laif>-sll !g io hold him «toco them.
Talent Is ihe remit of application. Elflciei**y is the reward for
own worth. \\ e
earn wfcp we deserve.
« m k only for money i
they hgye much or.JJf
eager tft; reward uiy-vA
T.ic men 'who
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practice.
Mere knowlcd-e measures worth no more tha ï mere muscle. The
es. Undiieced muscles as uu
!U* and an- worth little.
Wit applied to one tiling develops wisdom,
when It wobbles,
produce results.
Opportunity never searches for him who does not search for oppor
sllllfd wechriiic Ik mns'er
directed train ; : v II;
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Wisdom never achieves
Constant thinking aud working ou consistent linos
tunny.
Strength of will is the foundation of worth. Luck Is a rt-in -erniif
pilot to put on your bridge Influence may help yon out of the havto
of yo-.r birth, hut It will lead you Into the open sea without ruddei
or sell <.r ane'.a-r.
Kiriory the <
toto west-, men ((•' o
hroicvo-rical story o' "-on who have put real worth
pv d n fixed pirrp *.
The fi-ho-v v-ho will despise hit ,)ol is the fellow who will always
foil (o nerplse.
It i. ; the duty -I hit who establishes the worth which the wo-'
recognizes and for which the world will pay In nub or honor.
Copyright, 1PA3. by Richard Lloyd Junes
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FOR SENATOR
Solicits your support on his record as a citi
zen; as a property owner arid taxpayer; as
representative for two terms in the State
Legislature.
Political advertisement circulated and paid for by John T. Spencer
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evidence before the sedate investigat
I ing committee show that funds being
raised in the eastern states are to be
used in doubtful gestern territory, Mr,
L » Follette declared in a statement
! that all "the western states have cor
1 ru P t practices acts, and if it is devel
! °P et * that this money is being used in
unlawful amounts in these western
elates, the rights of the senators and
congressmen to their seats will be
questioned in the ncr.t congress."
| Mr La Follette concluded campaign
ing west of the Mississippi in Omaha
j Monday night in a speech in which he
[ reiterated his demand for repeal of
the Esch-Cummins railroad law, de
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and charged that attempts were being
made by some railroads to prevent his
election and to put either President
dared that government ownership of
railroads was not an immediate issue
Coolidgc or J. W. Davis in the White
house after March 14.
Senator LaFollette confided in his
audience that he has decided to fore
go further campaigning in the west,
only after the "most thorough investi
gation and the most thorough consul-'
cration.
"We are going to win the election
at the polls November 4, by direct
vote of the people,'' he asserted. "The
Report of The Condition of
The Red Lodge State Bank at Red Lodge, in the State of Montana, at the
close of business, on Friday, October 10th, 1924.
RESOURCES
$483,324.04
613.83
... 54,636.41 $538,474.2»
Loans and Discounts.......
Overdrafts, Secured and Unsecured..
Bonds, Stocks and Warrants...
21,600.00
26,867.34
Banking House Furniture and Fixtures
Other Real Estate .-.
48,367.34
181,007.9ft.
434.39
448.6ft
Cash and due from Banks...
Checks and Exchanges for Clearing House.
Other Cash Items.-.
$768,732.6T
TOTAL
LIABILITIES
$ 86 , 000.00
. 21,260.00
2,159.69 $108,409.5!»
Capital Stock Paid in.
Surplus Fund......
Undivided Profits Less Expenses and Taxes Paid
14,676.86
311,996.79
Due to Banks and Bankers
Individual Deposits Subject to Check
Time Certificates of Deposit Due Within 30 Days. 23,176.32
4,814.20
121.87
Cashier Checks
Certified Checks
$354,785.04
Time Certificates of Deposit Due After 30 Days
Savings Deposits Subject to 30 Days' Notice .
142,368.86
163,161.19
306,530.05
Liabilities Other Than Those Stated Above
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TOTAL
$768,732.67
State of Montana, County of Carbon, ss:
I, R. A. NUTTING, Cashier of the above named bank, do colemnly
swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and
belief.
R. A. NUTTING, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 14th day of October 1924.
C. N. HUNTER,
Notary Public in and for the State of
Montana, residing at Red Lodge,
Montana. My commission expires
March 22nd, 1925.
W. B. NUTTING
E. M. CLARK
Directors.
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REPUBLICAN TICKET
For President—
CALVIN COOLIDGE
For Vice President—
CHARLES G. DAWES
For United States Senator—
FRANK B. LINDERMAN
For Representative in Congress, Second District—
SCOTT LEAVITT
For Associate Justice of the Supreme Court—
MILES CAVANAUGH
For Governor—
JOSEPH M. DIXON
For Lieutenant Governor—
XV. S. McCORMACK
For Attorney General—
L. A. FOOT
For Secretary of State—
CHARLES T. STEWART
For State Treasurer—
W. E. HARMON
For State Auditor—
GEORGE P. PORTER
For Superintendent of Public Instruction—
MAY THUMPER
For Railroad and Public Service Commissioner—
LEONARD C. YOUNG
For Clerk of Supreme Court—
JOHN WARD CROSBY
For Judges of the Thirteenth Judkia District—
ROBERT C. STONG
O. F. GODDARD
For State Senator—
J. T. SPENCER
For State Representatives, (Vote for Three)_
ALBERT BUDAS
J. O. HIOHAM
ALEX FA1RGRIEVE
For County Commissioner, Six Year Term—
LEE E. GARD
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For Sheriff
JOHN ALBERT
For Clerk and Recorder—
C. E. THOMPSON
For Treasurer—
CHARLOTTE DILWORTH
For Clerk of District Court—
H. P. SANDALS
For Assessor—
W. H. GEBO
For County Attorney—
JOHN T. HAYS
For Superintendent of Schools
MINNIE DOWNARD
For County Surveyor—
W. C. SXVAN
For Public Administrator—
EDWARD OLCOTT
For Coroner-»
R. G. MARTIN
—Political Advertising, ordered and paid for by the Repub
lican Central Committee, Carbon County, Montana, O. J; Sim
mons, Red Lodge, Montana, Secretary.
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wes ^ j s already ours. We are taking
I decisive steps to strengthen our hold on
; t he west and to cinch it for the future,
g u t the tide is rising in the east and
ur western managers with courage
j pn( j confidence counsel us to go after
t ( le states east of the Mississippi. And
we are mobilizing our forces to drive:
1 straight through to victory in the
states that are necessary to give us a
majority in the electoral college."

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