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Political Announcements
Democratic Party
FOR STATE SENATOR
On Democratic Ticket
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If elected, I pledge myself to work
faithfully and efficiently for the good
of Dawson County, First, Last and All
the Time. Seeing that it receives all
the consideration it merits at the
hands of the State.
DAN J. DONOHUE.
FOR CLERK OF COURT
If elected, I promise courteous treat
ment to all, and my entire personal
and zealous attention to the duties of
the office, the same as I have endeav
ored to give since my appointment last
winter. I therefore respectfully solicit
your vote
AUGUST J COLIN.
FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR
Promising to fulfill the duties of the
office of County Assessor in a most
efficient, economical, and painstaking
manner and with fairness and im
partiality to all, if elected, I hereby
respectfully solicit your vote.
STILL WILKINS.
FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for State Representative on the
Democratic ticket, and if elected, I
promise to devote my entire time, en
ergy and ability to the welfare of
Dawson County in particular and the
State of Montana at large.
On the basis of this pledge and on
my past record as a resident and tax
payer of Dawson County I respectfully
solicit your vote.
E. L. McCLATCHIE.
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TO THE
VOTERS
OF DAWSON COUNTY
It Will Be to Your Own Interest
Vote for the Marsh, Intake and
Glendive Bridges.
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In order that the voters of Dawson
County will be able to see at a glance
just why they should vote in favor of
the three bridges—at Marsh, Intake
and Glendive—at the coming election,
the following reasons have been ad
vanced as fully covering the points in
volved, and showing clearly that the
improvements can only be considered
as a wise and profitable Investment
of the tax payers' money instead of a
mere expenditure.
The advantages of having a bridge
at Glendive, strong enough to safely
support even the largest farm tractors
and other farm machinery, are too
well known to bear repetition.
Equally important to the country at
large are the proposed bridgea at
Marth and Intake, both of which will
be the meant of opening up some of
the finest territory in eastern Mon
tana.
The present year has shown us that
in order to successfully raise a diver*
aifled crop, the farmer must bo afford
ed a nearer market for hie product.
The proposed bridges by helping the
farmer to larger profits and fewer
losses, will be the means of helping
the merchants, the bankers, the real
estate dealer, the railroads, and the
laborer. Every resident of the county
will, either directly or indirectly, bo
greatly benefited by any movement
that ia designed to help the farmer.
FOR CLERK AND RECORDER
I hereby announce myself as Demo
cratic candidate for the office of Coun
ty Clerk and Recorder. If elected, I
will perform the duties of the office
to the best of my ability and promise
courteous treatment and accommoda
tions to all.
DENNIS J. KELLY.
FOR SHERIFF
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I hereby announce myself a candi
date on the Democratic ticket to suc
ceed myself to the office of sheriff of
Dawson County. During the time I
have served as sheriff of Dawson
County, I have discharged the duties
of my office fairly and impartially, and
if elected to succeed myself, promise
to give the duties of the office the
same careful attention I have given
in the past. On my past record I re
spectfully solicit your support on
Nov. 3rd.
J. D WYNN.
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY
I herewith announce myself as a
candidate on the Democratic Ticket
for the office of COUNTY ATTORNEY,
and if elected will devote my entire
energy and ability to the duties of the
office.
I make only one promise: A strict
enforcement of the laws of the State
of Montana, fairly and impartially and
without fear or favor.
On my record as a citizen and a
lawyer and on the basis of this pledge,
respectfully solicit your vote at the
coming election.
DESMOND J. O'NEIL.
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At the present time only one-fifth of
Dawson county's farm land is settled
and under cultivation. The proposed
bridges by offering a convenient meth
od of communication between these
important points, offer a greater in
ducement to the settler than almost
any other civic improvement that
could be devised.
A country is developed only in pro
portion to its percentage of incoming
settlers, and if the bridges were but
to increase the number of settlers an
nually coming into the country, they
will have well earned their cost.
The fact that the payment of the
bonds extend over a period of twenty
years is sufficient to show that the
taxes of each individual tax-payer
will be extremely insignificant in pro
portion to the advantages gained.
Vote for all the bridges.
35-3t—Adv.
THE WORLD 8ERIE3
Never before in the history of base
ball in this country has such an un
paralleled and unexpected event ever
been recorded as the present accom
plishment of the Boston Braves of the
National League, first of all in climb
ing from the last place in their own
league as far along in the season as
Jane and then winning four succes
sive games in the world's champion
ship from the pennant wnners in the
American League, the Philadelphia
Athfetic8.
The first two games were played
in Philadelphia, the Bostons winning
Friday's game, 7 to 1, after knocking
Chief Bender out of the box, end win
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FOR COUNTY TREASURER
I hereby announce myself as candi
date on the Democratic ticket to suc
ceed myself as Treasurer of Dawson
County. During my term of office I
have tried to attend to my duties fair
ly, impartially and to the best of my
ability. On my merits only I ask you
for your support at the November
election.
W. BYRLE CHAPPELL.
FOR SUPT. OF SCHOOLS
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On my record as Deputy Superin
tendent of Dawson County Schools,
covering a period of nearly two years,
together with my qualifications and my
six years experience as a teacher in
the rural schools of this county, I ask
for your hearty support at the coming
election.
If elected, I can continue the work
of the office without a break and
pledge myself to conscientiously and
diligently perform all the duties of the
office.
MABEL C. REED
FOR COUNTY AUDITOR
I hereby announce myself as candi
date for the office of County Auditor
on the Democratic ticket. Having
served as Deputy Assessor and Deputy
Treasurer for the past five years, I
am well qualified to take care of the
duties of the office as County Auditor
and earnestly solicit your vote on
Nov. 3rd.
LEONARD J. GUY.
ning the second game on Saturday by
the score of 1 to 0.
Monday's score was 5 to 4 after 12
innings of the greatest baseball ever
witnessed in Boston. Tuesday's
score was 3 to 1, Rudolph pitching
masterly ball and winning his second
game of the series.
The Bostons out played and out
gamed the Philies in every department
of the sport. It was the first time that a
world's series had ever been won in
four straight games and after the last
man was out the Athletics rushed over
and congratulated their rivals. The
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spectators went wild with joy and left
the field singing and cheering, it was
the wildest scene ever witnessed on a
baseball field in the history of the
sport.
Official Figures of the World's Series
Attendance....................................m
Receipts ...................................... $225,739
Commission's share .............. 22,573.90
Player's share .................... $125,898.94
Each club's share .................... 40,633.08
Winning team's share............ 75,539.36
Losing team's share ............ 50,359.53
The Glendive bowling alleys report
the following high scores for the week !
ending Sunday, Oct 11th: 1
M. G. McDowell .........................
Archie Mack ..............................
Don Mack ...................................
Nick Schope.........................
F W. Winkler ____________
23 o !
226
2 i 6 j
206 ;
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the other day we happened to notice
an «count of » high score beiogT.de !
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VOTE FOR
Fred Jessen
Progressive Candidate For
TREASURER
I have been a resident and a taxpayer in Daws
County for the past 11 years. Have proved up my l l()lll(l
stead, 12 miles north of Glendive. Have been in the f llr
niture business in Glendive for the past 6 vears H,,,
always been fair and square in all my personal and busi
ness dealings, and in asking for your vote 1 pledge mvself
To give you a safe, economical and satisfactory ad
ministration of the office in every way, if elected, and will
be able to recognize you just as readily after election as
before. I promise to work for the people and therefore
ask for the people's vote.
Respectfully yours,
FRED JESSEN
Progressive Party
FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for the office of County Assessor
on the Progressive ticket, and primise,
if elected, to treat one and all alike
and to endeavor to cut down the ex
penses of the office to the lowest poss
ible figure consistent with efficiency.
On that basis and on my record of
32 years in Dawson county, your vote
is respectfully solicited.
WILLIAM HURST.
TO THE
VOTERS
OF DAWSON
COUNTY
Owing to the size of the county, it
is impossible for me to see all of the
voters and I am taking this privilege
of informing you of my intentions if
elected.
The office of auditor is a new office
in the county, its duties are principal
ly the auditing of the accounts of the
various county officers and to audit
ail bills for materials or work done be
fore being acted upon by the county
commissioners. The County Treasur
er, by law, can pay no bills that have
not the approval of the auditor. I
am a civil engineer, I have been in the
employ of the United States govern
ment for eight years, in charge of
construction work and am familiar
with road construction and if elected,
I will see that all road work done is
properly done before being paid for.
I will also see that each taxpayer
has a report of the financial condi
tion of the county, showing moneys
collected and what funds are expend
ed for. I will act as the watch dog
of the County Treasury.
H. F. BURKART,
Candidate for Auditor.
Progressive Ticket.
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and referred to is one of the famous
Heliand Brothers, the livery men of
this city. We congratulate him. 1
FOREST SCHOOL FACULTY
IS WELL ORGANIZED
The faculty of the new school is
well organized and equipped for teach
ing forestry and logging engineering
for western forests, to western men,
in a western school.
The Dean of the Forest school,
Dorr Skeels, is a forester of national
reputation. For several years, he was
Supervisor of the Kootenai National
Forest and until he recently assumed
charge of the school, was Logging
Engineer for District One of the Na
tional Forest Service. He holds to a !
high degree the confidence and esteem
of the lumbermen and foresters of the
Northwest. He is regarded among
state and national officials as an au- 1
thority on western forest administra
tion and utilization.
THE COMMANDANT.
In this city there are a good many
people whom the little story about
___Major Donohue which the Bi-lings
! Post P rints will interest. He came
1 here on sudden summons from Gover
j nor Stewart, at the time when this re
gion was Placed under martial law;
he was in command of the forces and
of the situation.
An interesting item relating to the
commandant is that, professionally,
he is a physician rather than soldier
He has served in the Montana legis
lature for a constituency in eastern
Montana, and the work he did in that
capacity is of lasting good—one of the
products is this state's pure food law
In other ways Major Donohue has
made his Professional attainments nf
' - ls or
value to his fellow citizens; he is the
president of the state board of health
;and of the state sanitary and Uvestock
board. Of course, Butte knows Major
Donohue chiefly as the officer whose
exacting task was under military rule
order out of the Si
a™ 1 010 disorder prevailing in
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Amçn* the good citizenship of Butte
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W. H. (bill) FRANK
IS A CANDIDATE FOR
SHERIFF
On The Progressive Ticket
Why Not Vote For Him!
FOR
County Commissioner
TWO YEAR TERM
If elected, I will use every effort to further the develop
ment of our public highways, and will do all in my power
to secure for Dawson County State Highways wherein the
state participates in the cost and construction of same
and I will work to secure equitable land and other
property valuations.
WITH THIS PLEDGE I SOLICIT YOUR SUPPORT
Respectfully yours
FRANK J. WINKLER
Independent Candidate
Vote For
JUDGE J. M. CLEMENTS
For Associate Justice of the Supreme Court
DEMOCRATIC TICKET
Judge J. M. Clements, Candidate for Associate Justice
of the Supreme Court, is a man of wide experience, bothm
legal practice, and in the practical affairs of life. He has
been a resident of Montana for forty-one years,
most his entire legal experience as a lawyer and as a ]m
has been within the boundaries of this state. If I
he would come to the office with a knowledge of Monta
laws and Montana affairs probably unequalled by JJv j
lawyer in the state. In 1900 he was elected district |
in Lewis & Clark County, and was re-elected in-19^
and 1912, and is at present serving his fourth term
district judge. . ^
No judge in Montana ever administered his office
less thought of his own personal or political we " ar Lj 0r , |
Judge Clements; he decided cases irrespective 01 ? a ^ I
comment, commendation or censure, and ^ ere JLj e on
freshing absence of grand stand or gallery play
the bench. His character in this respect has been ^
ject of comment by lawyers and litigants all over i i
—Paid adv., furnished by J. Burke Clemon s,
Jerome PL, Helena, Montana.
usual and exacting duties, involving
the restoration of peace and order,
Major Donohue displayed judgment,
firmness, tact and a spirit of fairness/
He is assured of their appreciation of
his services and of their good will.—
Billings Daily Post.
Mr. C. J. B&rnick, a progressive
farmer from the Crackerbox country
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was in town early in a
ing for a big auction ^
on Nov. 5 th, and tor t
F. Hagan will be th
Hockens the auctioneer
is indeed sorry to ea
ty but he is called » ^
the recent death o ^
estate he is compel ^ 1
of in the Gopher State-

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