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Republican Candidate for Sheriff Every one in the county knows A.- B. Hazen ane everybody calls him "Al" for he is one rf the most popular men of the county. For years he has been a promi nent farmer of Beltrami County and a prominent business man of Bemidji. The work that Mr. Hazen has done in Beltrami Countv has contributed much to its upbuilding and development and he deserves well at the hands of his fellow citizens. Mr. Hazen has freely offered himself as a sacrifice for the republican party when there was small chance of his election. Now that a wave of republicanism is sweeping' the state and the county it is no more than right and no more than jus tice to Mr. Hazen that he should receive the yote of every loyal republican. Mr. Hazen has serv ed several terms as a trustee on the village council of Bemidji and is a member of the council today. He is a man of splendid phisique, courage and determination and will make an admirable officer. A CLARK Republican Candidate for Judge of Probate. Judge M. A. Clark, republican candidate for judge of probate of Beltrami county needs no intro duction to the public of the coun ty. For the past two years he has held the office to which he seeks re-election and everyone who has had to do business with him knows that he has made a most excellant judge. It is safe to say that there are few who have appeared in the probate court during the past two years that will not cast their vote for Judge Clark. He has attended to the' affairs of the office prompt ly, ably and justly and is in every way entitled to the usual court ess of a sedond term. REGAN Republican Candicate for Super intendent of Schools J. J. Regan, of Solway, was nominated at the primaries by t}b.e republicans of the county for superintendent of schools. Mr. Regan came to the county some ten or eleven years ago and took up a homestead. For a time he taught here, later in Polk county and North Dakota. He has had seven years experience as a FOR COMMISSIONERS The republican party presents as candidates forcounty commis sioner in the second district Geo. Gunderson, in the fourth district Joseph Wagner, and in the fifth district Andy Danaher. Mr. Gunderson, who is post master at Corraant, is a young man highly esteemed by his neighbors for his honesty, indus try and lidelity. He is postmas ter at Cormant, conducts a gen eral store there and is the owner of valuable real estate. He will make an excellent commissioner. Joseph Wagner, the republican nominee in the 4th district, is a farmer in the town of Northern whose popularity is attested by the large vote given him for nom ination. He is well known thru out his district, thoroughly ac quainted with its needs and will serye his district with fidelity and ability. A. W. Danaher, nominee of the 5th district, is a resident of Ten strike and has important proper ty interests throughout the coun ty. He is a man of good judg ment, shrewd business ability and tireless energy, and will be a valuable representative on the board for his district. LOUD Republican Candidate for Coun ty Attorney. The fight for nomination for county attorney at the primaries in September was one of the hot test on the entire ticket. Mr. Loud was nominated by a plural ity of more than 100 over two good men and able lawyers, and his opponents are now actively supporting him for election. Mr. Loud has been county attorney for the past two years and has made an able official. He hai secured convictions in an unwere usually large percentage of the criminal cases which has arised during his term, has been par ticularly careful in examining all bills presented to the county and has saved the county hundreds of dollars by appealing bills which he deemed unjust, and he has clearly shown himself to be one of the brightest and ablest lawyers in the county. Mr. Loud should receive the vote of every loyal republican. teacher and is a man of good edu cation, having attended the Uni. versity of North Dakota, sound judgment, splendid executive ability with a deep interest in the cause of education. Beltrami County's schools, are growing rapidly and need care and organ ization. To this work Mr. Regan willaddress himself with earnest ness and enthusiasm, and under his administration the people of the county may look forward to a rapid development of their pub lie schools. MM WEDNESDAY- THE STATE TICKET The republican state ticket is this year composed of men who have been tried and not found wanting. The republican nomi nees in Minnesota this year are men of large experience in pub lic affairs. The people know them thoroughly they have de monstrated their worth and efficiency most abundantly. Suce names as Dunn, Hansen, Block and Young are names to conjure with. The republican candidate for governor. Hon. Robert C. Dunn of Princeton, was for eight years auditor of the state of Minnesota and abetter auditor never drew breath in any state. THE COUNTY TICKET The ticket presented by the republicans of Beltrami county a ticket composed of men who nominated after one of the most earnest and spirited contest CANDIDATES IN STATES AND COUNTY HON. ROBERT C. DUNN, Republican Candidate for Governor. His administration of the office of state auditor is the pride of the republican party of the state. No man ever rendered more sig nal seryices as a public officeI to the state than did Mr, Dunu. At the same time bis largeness of heart and his keen sympathy with his fellow man has made him popular beyond most men. Nominating Robert C. Dunn for governor is but a small payment on the debt which the republican party owes this man and in elec ting him the people of the state will be but taking advantage of the opportunity to secure Lhe best qualified man within its borders for the position. The republican nominee for ever witnessed in the county. That ticket deserves the support and the vote of every republican, and democrats and populists may cast their yotes for the republi can nominees knowing that they are good men and will make cap- Grand Republican Rally! at Thvirs. Nov. EXCURSIONS ON THE BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER -NOVEMBE 2%*^. .^W^fp^r^ JW^^^^**? governor is a fitting head for the ticket. Peter E. Hanson, the man who knows more about drainage than any other man in the state, is named for secretary of state. Julius Block, solid and sound, for state treasurer that brilliant young attorney, Ed. T. Youn for attorney general Ray W. Jones for lieutenant governor: Judges Brown, Lewis, Elliott and Jaggard for the supreme bench with Ira B. Mills and W. E. Young far railroad and ware housecommissionersthese met make up a ticket than which there never was a better nomina ted in Minnesota, in fact, the ticket is composed of veterans every man otthem at once a lead er and a faithful servant. able officers. But Beltrami county is normally a strong re publican county and the republi cans of the county owe. it to their party to roll up this fall the big gest republican vote that has ever been cast in the county. "j$'" tBM ROOSEVELT & FAIRBANKS It is needless to urge the na tional republican ticket upon the people of Beltrami county. Theodore Roosevelt is more than the nominee the republicans of Beltrami countyhe- is the nominee of the people of the county and there will be few, very few votes cast for president in Beltrami county for any other .ame. FOR THE LEGISLATURE For its representatives in con gress and the state legislature the republican party presents the mimes of Halvor Steenerson for the ninth congressional dis trict of Minnesota and Luman C. Simons for the 61st legislative district of the state. Each gentle man nas served one term in the position for which he has been named for reelection. Tne ninth district congressman is a man of large calibre, an intellectual giant, an untiring worker and faithful representative. Mr. Simons has studied the needs of his district and will faithfully represent it in St. Paul this winter. DR E MARCUM Republican Candidate for Coun ty Coroner. Dr. Marcum of Bemidji, who is unopposed for election as county coroner, came to Bemidji about two years ago and has built tip a profitable practice and has won the confidence and es teem of all who know him. Dur ing the past year he has acted as deputy coroner so that he will come into office fortified by ex: perience, and in a position to render just that service which the office demands. PORTER NYE Republican Candidate for Court Commissioner. Porter Nye is one of Beltrami County's pioneer citizens. He ame to the county when there were practically no settlers here ind played his part in the early upbuilding of the county. He was for some time county super ntendent of schools and is today president of the board of educa tion in Bemidji. No better choice could be made for the office of lourt commissioner than Mr. Sye. STONER Republican Candidate for County Surveyor, Practically everybody in Bel trami County knows Mr. Stoner. He was one of the first comers to the county and he has surveyed it from end to end. For the of fice of county surveyor Mr. Ston er has abundant ability and and a knowledge of the county which makes him more fit than any the man that could be chosen. 1 HARRIS Republican Candidate for Regis ter of Deeds The second man to be register of deeds of Beltrami County will be J. O, Harris, of Tenstrike, who is the republican nominee for that position. Mr, Harris 3ame to Tenstrike about two years ago and purchased the Ho bel Richards which he has very successfully conducted ever since. So popular is Mr, Harris with those that know him and so conspicuous are his qualifications for any public'service that he EH Wmw&zt S%Mu& WmSm IIS GEORGE FRENCH Republican Candidate for Coun ty Treasurer. George H. French of Black duck has been" in charge of the funds of Beltrami county for the past few months, and he is now the republican nominee for that office. His administration of the office during the short time he has been in charge of it has been such as to inspire the con fidence yf the whole people. Mr. French is unapposed for_ elec tion but will doubtless receive a large vote simply as a token of the trust which the people of the county repose in him. was last spring elected mayor of Tenstrike, than which there is no more energetic, vigorous, and growing town in the county. The contest for.the nomination* for register of deeds was a close and exciting one, but each of the candidates merited the respect of the remainder of the voters and all acquiescied in the deci sion of the" ballots. Mr. Harris will display as register of deeds the same diligence, energy and ability which has characterized him in his private affairs, and will faithfully and well discharge the important duties of the office. /i7 3vll W,+jM%m a|rf W |L EPS WSimm' W^/'^^tt^Sk KMp W 9v WmM ^l^* !L We '?%/&' 7?t I^PpS* JOHN W1LLMAN Republican Candidate for Coun ty Auditor. Mr. John Willman has been nominated by the republicans of the county for county auditor. He is a Norwegian Lutheran clergyman aud has preached and taught school in different parts of the county. He is a man of good education, untiriug indus try and unimpeachable integrity. Mr. Willman-made a very thoro ugh canvass of the county before his nomination and is known to most of the voters of the county. Those who have any acquaint ance at all with him know that he possesses qualifications which fit him in an exceptional degree for the responsible duties of county auditor. This office is is one of the most important in the county and upon the proper discharge of its duties much de pends in the efficient and eco nomical administration of the affairs of the county. This trust in Mr. Wiliman's hands will be faithfully and efficiently dis charged, and the people of the county will make no mistake in casting their votes for John Will man for county auditor. -1$ J& 3 "f?