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POLITICAL DIRECTORY
In the following list of caryfidates for office, -aril; be found those as r ..
iisar for political positions at the primary election of Tuesday, July 15th, on
lx,th the Republican and Democratic tickets;
REPUBLICAN TICKET
DEMOCRATIC TICKET
Coosrressman
Mark D. Fitzgarraid, Steverurvilie
John M- Evans, Misse nia f iacambent »
J. P. Mona z
Butte
Governor
Frank Hazelbaker, Dillon
W. S. McCormack. Kali-pell
J. E. Erickson, Helena (iacamheat)
Harry B. Mitchell, Great Fails
Miles Romney. Hamilton
Lewi? Penwell, Helena
Lieutenant Governor
P- G. Lineharjrer, Havre
Steve Arnold, Broadview
lister LobJe, Helena
Tom Stoat, Lewiston
F, H. Cooney, Missoula
Associate Justice of Supreme Court
J le* Cavanaugh. Butte
J bert J. Galen, Helena (incombent) Henry A. Tyvand,
5. C. Ford. Helena (incombent) C. C. Rowan, Red
J. Anderson, Lewiston
Sam V. Stewart, Virginia City
Butte
Lodge
.Ibert Anderson, Billings
Hal
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Attorney General
.J. Justin Bourciain. Butte
L. A Foot, Helena (incumbent)
John B. Tarsi], Billings
. C. F. Morris. Havre
Bay Nagle, Helena
Secretary of State
a ms, Helena
John Mountjoy, Boulder
Sam .Mitchell, Butte
F. E. W
Frank Cone. Hamilton
State Treasurer
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J. W. Walker, Helena
Glen T. Davis, Carlyle
James J. Brett, Butte
R. F. Thibaudeau, Chinook
Railroad Com missioner
I>ee Dennis, Great Falls (incumbent) Roy U. Veach, Helena
Jesse Stevens, Shelby
J. R. Hartley, Billings
L. J. Goodman. Helena
William 0. Gilbert, Batte
Wm. H. Bartley. Miles City
W. B. Sands, Chinook
Tom C. Carey, Helena
Joe Motari, Great Falls
State Auditor
Geo. P. Porter, Helena (incumbent)
D. 0. Robinson, Butte
John J. Holmes, Great Falls
Superintendent of Public Instruction
Elizabeth Ireland, Havre (incumbent) William L. Wyatt, Butte
Christian Smith, Helena
Judge of the District Court
C. W. Pomeroy, KalispeiKincumbent) G. H. Grubb. Kalispeil
E. M. Child, Kalispeil
J. E. Rockwood, Kaiispeii
State Representative
Marshall Murray, Eureka
H. McCullough, Eureka
Timothy Miller, Libby (incumbent)
County Commissioner
Leslie C. Kensler, Troy
Roscoe Garrison, Troy
Ray Payne, Troy
Ai J. Williams, Troy
Chet O. Hoisingttm. Leo nia
Geo. J. Monio, Troy (incumbent)
Clerk of the District Court
Fred F. Clark, Libby (incumbent)
County Clerk and Recorder
M. G. Candee, Jennings
Sam Carpenter, Eureka
Melvin P. Paulson, Libby
Clem W. West, Libby
W. L. Wok, Libby, (incumbent)
G. M. Blackwell, Libby
Sheriff
A. R. Truman, Eureka
J. M. Blackford, Libby, (incumbent)
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Frank Baney, Libby, (incumbent)
County Treasurer
L. G. Klenck, Libby, (incumbent)
Vernon Bessey, Libby
County Assessor
Ivan Rogers, Libby, (incumbent)
John C. Friend, Libby
Hugo Anderson, Libby
County Attorney
William Herbert, Libby
County Superintendent of Schools
Carrie LaMunyan, Libby,(incumbent)
Public Administrator
W. X. Curtis, Libby, (incumbent)
Coroner
Lura D. Gompf, Libby, (incumbent)
County Surveyor
_ S- G. Ratekin, Libby, (incumbent)
Gold Panning
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Methods Told
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BOISE.—A good man with a gold
pan can wash through a ton of earth
a day and if his discovery is running
50 cents to $4 or S5 per ton, that
the most he can expect to make per
day. Cradles and other methods
handle more "pay" dirt.
Such is the information contained
in a bulletin of the Idaho Bureau of
Mines and Geology at Moscow, com-1
mg out in a revised edition. Eiemen
ä r hJ n w ,0 w °|. n ? inin *. a r e describ
ed by W. W. Staley, mining engin
eer of the bureau, author of the bul
letin.
In it he tells how to pan gold.
"The pan is filled about two thirds
full of dirt and placed under water.
While in this position the contents
are stirred or "kneeded" with both
hands. This is necessary to break
up the lumps and to free the gold
from the clay-like material. As the
disintegration proceeds, the large
stones and pebbles are thrown out.
When the material has been thor
oughly broken up and the large rocks
removed, the pan is taken in both
hands for the panning operation.
The position of the hands is slightly
back of the middle of the pan. This
permits the pan to be inclined down
and away from the operator. The
pan is now raised until it is just cov
ered with water. It is now given a
slight oscillating circular
This motion keeps the lighter
terial in suspension and washes it
out of the pan. It also enables the
gold and heavy minerals to work
their way to the bottom. This
ation is continued until only the gold
and black sands are left. This
terial is now dried and the magnet
ite removed with a magnet. Other
material, such as tin, and heavy-non
motion.
ma
oper
ma
magnetic minerals, are separated,
from the gold either by amalgamate,
i"w piece b y or P i e y ^ king ont the
Magnetite, an iron oxide, is fre
9 ue ntly found with gold,
. Tbe bulletin praises the possibili
] tIes of creek beds, either new or old,
: as l be most promising sites but
mention that the northwest country
bas been prety well worked
the old timers.
Construction and operation of a
; cr adle, "long tom" sluice boxes and
amalgam plates is described along
\ wlt " methods of using them and
what may be expected of them. Re
coverv r.f „„i a x . ,
' he gold from the sand and 1
minerals is explained along
SALING'S NFPYTPW A
U, . A
WORLD FAMED HURDLER
over by
with
general suggestions on what part of
the stream to search, and where gold
may be expected to show up on hill
sides or in drifts on larger streams.
r, Tlle bulletin contains the map of
Idaho showing where gold has been
found but takes pains to explain that
this does not mean gold will be nec
essarily found in paying quantises
there again.
For several years sport fans have
been thrilled by the speed of George
haling, Jr., has been displaying in the
high and low hurdles. We have just
learned that this 23 year old speed
demon is the nephew of J. H. Saling
of Eureka On June 28 in Corydon,
Iowa, the boy's home town, "Saling
Day' was "sponsored by the Cory
don Community Club as an expres
sion of appreciation for the best
known citizen of the community."
At the Olympic International Ath
letic games in Los Angeles (1932)
George Saling, Jr., will represent the
United States of America,
letic record for 1932 follows;
His ath
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FOR REPRESENTATIVE
- : the people,
■seif as a can
Subject to the «
I hereby announce t:
te f ar the office
of Lincoln Ccun
the Republican
mary Election on July ^
MARSHALL MURRAY.
;f Represent*
rv. M : ntana. ca
the Pri
;h. 1932.
exet, a
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
I wish to a
for the office of C;urry Coannissioa
er from the Tr y Insmet, on tae
Democratic ticket, sut; set to tfce
-At-bes of the voters at the July pri
ce my candi iacy
many
Mv platftrm will he f:r econ'my
A. J. WILLIAMS.
Trey. Mtntana.
FOR COUNTY CLERK AND
RECORDER
I am a
I hereby a:
candidate for tfce office
Clerk and Recorder cn tfc
ticket, at the primary election,
to -e held Juiv 19, 1932.
SAMUEL CARPENTER.
Eureka, Montana.
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car.
FOR SHERIFF
I hereby announce my candidacy
. xrratic ticket, subject to the wishes
1 of the voters at the primâmes July
IS, 1532. I will appreciate your rup
f port.
FRANK R. BANEY,
Lii»hy, Montana,
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FOR COUNTY CLERK AND
RECORDER
I wish to announce to the voters of
Lincoln county that I have filed as
candidate for the office of County
I Clerk and Recorder, on the Republican
ticket. Your support at the primaries
July 19 is respectfully solicited and
will be appreclated.
Kansas^Relays, 12>) yard High bur
dies—14:6.
M. G. CANT)EE,
Jennings, Montana.
Drake Relays. 120 year high Hur
dles—14:6 (New World's record.)
Big Ter. Conference Meet, 220 Low
Hurdles—23:5 (Tied World's record).
State meet. 120 yard High Hurdles
—14:5. (New state record, Iowa.),
National Intercollegiate, 120 yard
High Hurdles—14:1. (New World's
j record. )
Olympic Tryouts, Iowa City, June
i 15. 1932;
110 meter High Hurdles—14:3 (New
World's record ).
400 meter Hurdles—52.1.
Olympic record.)
(New
FRUIT TO BE NORMAL;
WHEAT TO GO BETTER
Spokane.—The Washington state
supervisor of Horticulture George E.
Harter states that the harvest sea
son will be generally normal thru
out the state, but with wheat being
better than normaL
Indications in the state's
wheat belt in eastern
' as *
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sfp
fmk over the state now are excel
lent Harter declared.
Harter's fruit and vegetable pro
duction estimate on the basis of tfce
number of car loads, were; Apples,
35,608 cars;
peaches, 1,428
cars; apricots 333 cars; plums and
prunes, 874 cars; raspberries, 810
cars; blackberries, 830 cars.
Asparagus, 171 cars; cabbage, 528
cars; carrots, 425 cars; lettuce 3,
666 cars; onions, 1,293 cars; potatoes
6,904 cars; tomatoes, 470 cars; peas,
2,058 cars.
4,771
cherries, 773
pears,
cars;
cars
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the general administration of justice is the expense it entails
the litigants."
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The records of the district court for Flathead
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that during the seven years just preceding my administration 45
civil cases were tried with a jury in which cost bills
The aggregate of the costs in these cases
were filed.
was $3880.80 or $86.22
per case. During the first seven years of my administration there
were 47 civil cases tried with a jury in which cost bills
The aggregate of the costs in these cases was $2510.10
were filed,
or $53.40
per case. 1 have reduced the cost of jury trials to litigants 38%.
I am again a candidate for the nomination for this office
the republican ticket. The
from 12 o'clock till 7.
on
primary election is Tuesday, July 19th,
MY RECORD IS MT PLATFORM
This advertisement is paid for by me.
501 Third Avenue West,
Kalispeil, Montana.
(Last installment
on page five)
FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR
I wis;
candidacy
the demo
the Jtiy primaries.
rears, except whSe
War in France
competent to
of the office,
_ least possible
I solicit
- : once my
Assessor -:n
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taxpayers.
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FOB t Lt-Kh. Or 1
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HUGO ANDERSON,
v. Montana.
announce
■candi täte for the office of Cleri
a restrict Court, cn the Demo
te* primaries To he
am a
£r'
ly 15th
CLARK,
P
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Montana.
for county commissioner
my candidacy
iion
sub
voters at
appreciat
C-EOHGE J. M0NIÔ, •
Troy. Montana.
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RECORDER
my candidacy
of County Clerk and
Democratic ticket in
I have been
to announce
office
Recorder on the
the J
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wti
tames.
eh»« county since 1889. A
War veteran. I have had two
tars coLegiate work at the Univer
;tt of Idaho and fee. competent to
;e-s of the office.
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W:
conduct tte a _ _
respectfully solicit your vote.
G. M BLACKWELL,
Libby. Montana,
yoR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
my candidacy
tne office of county commissioner,
use Republican ticket, for the Troy
district, of Lincoln County, Montana.
j herebv subject myself to the wishes
If nominated and elec
T
to announce
:z tne voters.
ted. I will do my utmost to cut down
county expenses and in the discharge
; cf et duties will meet all matters of
county business without fear or favor,
to the best of my ability.
H A. Y P A.YNE,
'"j r0 y ) Montana.
FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR
I wish to announce my candidacy
for the office of County Assessor, on
the Democratic ticket, subject to the
wishes of the voters in the July pri
maries. My platform will be "For
Economy and Efficiency," and I res
pectfully solicit your vote.
JOHN C. FRIEND,
Libby, Montana.
for
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
I hereby announce my candidacy
- county commissioner from the
Troy district, subject to the wishes of
the voters of the Republican Party, ,
Ja-ÂAr.î;
re
care of themselves a good home.
ROSCOE GARRISON. ]
Troy, Montana,
FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR
I hereby announce my candidacy
for the office of County Assessor —
the Republican ticket, subject to the
wishes of the voters in the July
primaries. My platform—Economic
Administration and Efficient Ser
vice.
IVAN ROGERS,
Libby, Montana,
FOR REPRESENTATIVE
, he „ br TSS! sgfg S
ii' .Ä »^Soc„,l c ticket
Sîbi^t ' to the trill of the voters «t
the primaries to be held July 19th,
1932'
Your
vote will be appreciated
TIMOTHY MILLER,
Libby, Montana.
f 0T j
urer, on
ject to
the July primaries.
and elected. I promise
affairs of the office of County Treas
•jrer in the same efficient business
like manner they have been conduct
the past two years.
rd * LOUIS G. KLENCK.
Libby, Montana.
for county treasurer
candidacy
I wish to announce my
the nomination of County Treaa
the Republican ticicet, sub
the wishes of the voters at
If nominated,
to conduct the
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
I wish to announce my candidacy
To the Voters]
of Lincoln
County
I am probably not as Veil known to
As a candidate for District Judge,
an indication of how I am regarded
in Flathead County, my vote when
you as I am in my home County. As
, _
running for second term of County
Attorney will perhaps be of interest.
In the primary election my oppon
received
en ^ received 723 votes—I
1407. My majority was 684 votes,
In the general election following, my
opponent received 2425 votes—I re
ceived 3606. My majority therefore
was 1181. With one exception—
tfîat of County Superintendent of
Schools—this was the largest majority
given any candidate for County of
In that election.
I will appreciate your support and
if elected will administer the office
with impartial regard for the just
rights of all the people.
CANDIDATE FOR DISTRICT
JUDGE - "«»""■
E. M. Child
Kalispeil, Mont.
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Candidate for the Democratic Nomination for
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
If nominated and elected I will work faithful
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Lower Taxes Fairly Distributed
Less Extravagance
Real Economy in All Governmental
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REPUBLICAN TICKET
Thoroughly familiar with every
branch of Montana government, he
possesses character and qualifica
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Honest and Deserving.
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