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Nominations in To vote for a person other than a candidate for Supreme or District Judge, mark a cross (X) in the square at the right of the party name or political designation. U. S. SENATOR—Long Term (Vote for 1) WILLIAM E. BORAH—Republican FRANK L. MOORE—Democratic □ U. S. SENATOR—Short Term (Vote for 1) □ FRANK R. GOODING—Republican □ JOHN F. NUGENT—Democratic REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS (Vote for 1) BURTON L. FRENCH—Republican... □ L. I. PURCELL—Democratic. □ JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT (Vote for 1) Mark a cross (X) in the square at the right of the name of the person for whom you wish to vote. ALFRED BUDGE _ GOVERNOR (Vote for 1) D. W. DAVRSh—Republican □ H. F. SAMUELS—Democratic LIEUTENANT governor (Vote for 1) □ C. C. MOORE—Republican □ OSCAR G. ZUCK— Democratic...— SECRETARY OF STATE (Vote for 1) _ W. A. FIFE—Democratic. □ ROBERT 0. JONES—Republi can— □ STATE AUDITOR (Vote for 1) EDWARD G. GALLET— Republican □ W. P. RICE—Democratic. STATE TREASURER (Vote for 1) JOHN W. EAGLESON—Republican □ ERNEST L. PARKER—Democratic - □ ATTORNEY GENERAL (Vote for 1) □ ROY L. BLACK, Republican _□ B. A. CUMMINGS—Democratic.. SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION (Vote for 1)_ [Republican.. (Democratic. ETHEL E. REDFIELD □ INSPECTOR OF MINES (Vote for 11_ ROBERT N. BELL—Republican □ WILLIAM J. J. SMITH—Democratic c To vote for a person other than a candidate for Supreme or District Judge, mark a cross (X) in the square at the right of the party name or political designation. JUDGE OF THE DISTRICT COURT (Vote for 2) Mark a cross (X) in the square at the right of the name of the person for whom you wish to vote. □ ED. L. BRYAN_ □ ISAAC F. SMITH HARRY S. WORTHMAN. STATE SENATOR (Vote for 1) □ J. W. TYLER—Democratic -□ W. R. WILLIAMS—Republican STATE REPRESENTATIVE (Vote for 1) □ H. A. PUGH—Democratic □ R. E. SHAW—Republican. □ COUNTY COMMISSIONER (First District) (Vote for 1) □ SHERMAN GLENN—Republican □ CHARLES F. JENSEN—Democratic COUNTY COMMISSIONER—(Second District) (Vote for 1) WALTER KNOX—Democratic. Ï OTTO WILHELM—Republican. COUNTY COMMISSIONER—(Third District) (Vote for 1) CHARLES J. FULLER—Democratic A. E. POMEROY—Republican CLERK DISTRICT COURT (Vote for 1) GEO. F. CHURCH—Democratic H. HAYLOR—Republican SHERIFF (Vote for 1) □ FRED KLEPPER —Republican .□ DAVE NICHOLS—Democratic- COUNTY TREASURER (Vote for 1) CYNTHIA STOKESBERY—Republican _□ S. 0. ZACHMAN—Democratic PROBATE JUDGE (Vote for 1) □ ("Republican (Democratic A. 0. SUTTON □ SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT (Vote for 1)_ g [Republican (Democratic..— ELLA E. BRESHEARS COUNTY ASSESSOR (Vote for 1) c ALLA L. BULLOCK—Republican C DAVID J. McGOWAN—Democratic.. C (Limits of space require the remainder of the second column of the ballot to be printed in the next column.) CORONER (Vote for 1) □ WALTER M. BROWN—Republican .. □ C. D. BUCKNUM—Democratic □ SURVEYOR (Vote for I) E. E. FORSHAY—Democratic _ □ GEO. W. KNOWLES—Republican. □ PROSECUTING ATTORNEY (Vote for 1) GEO. C. HUEBENER—Republican . J. P. REED—Democratic JUSTICES OF THE PEACE (Vote for 2) CONSTABLE (Vote for 1) □ -3bb SPECIAL QUESTIONS AND CONSTITU TIONAL AMENDMENTS. To vote on the following, mark a cross (X) in the square at the right of Yes or No. No. 1 [Yes Shall there be a Convention to revise or amend the Constitution 7 No No. 2 Shall Article 12, Section 4, of the Con- j.. stitution of the State be so amended as to j X ES permit counties and municipalities to be-_ come stockholders in and give financial aid to Fair Associations not organized for NO pecuniary profit? No. 3 Yes Shall Section 1, Article 4, of the Consti tution of the State of Idaho be amended so as to abolish the office of Superintend ent of Public Instruction? No No. 4 Shall Section 1, Article 8, of the Consti- | tution of the State of Idaho be amended so | to limit the bonded indebtedness of the y„_ State, exclusive of the debt of the territory 1 r* 0 at the date of its admission as a State, and exclusive of debts and liabilities incurred subsequent to January 1, 1911, for the pur of the construction and furnishing of as No pose the state capitol at Boise, Idaho, to a sum not greater than one per centum upon the assessed value of the taxable property in the State? No. 5 Shall section 4 of article 11, of the Con- i | stitution of the State of Idaho be so YES amended as to provide that co-operative I_j associations shall not be governed by the provisions of said section relating to the 1 NO manner of voting for directors or managen j of incorporated companies? AUDITOR'S CERTIFICATE State of Idaho, County of Gem—SS. I hereby certify that the annexed is a true list, compiled in ballot form, of all nomina tions, special questions and proposed constitu tional amendments, proper certificates of which have been filed in the office of the County Auditor of the County of Gem, State of Idaho, for the general election to be held in said county on the 5th day of November, 1918. In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto affix ed my name and official seal this 15th day of October, 1918. R. B. WILSON, County Auditor. (Seal) J. P. REED ATTORNEY •nd Counsellor at Law. Practice in All Courts Emmett, Idaho FINLEY MONROE Attorney At-Law Practice in Ail Courts Emmett, Idaho. GEO. C. HUEBENER Lawyer. Practice in all State and Fed eral Courts. Room 16, Bank Emmett Bldg. Phone 166. Emmett, Idaho R. E. ROSE DENTIST Room 18, Bank of Emmett Building DR N. B. BARNES Osteopath Office 1X7, Bank of Emmett Bldg Hours: 1 to 6 p. m. daily. Spe* çial dates by appointment. Phone 25 r 2. Notary Public Rentals W. W. WILTON REAL ESTATE Fire insurance in depend able companies. Blacksmithing and Horseshoeing Have bought the A1 Pickle shop on North Washington street, All kinds of Plow Sharpening and General Machine and Wag on Repair Work. H. D. Buys HORSESHOEING Practical horseshoeing, guaran teed to cure lame or interfer ing horses. P. MURPHY Boise Ave., between Main and First Streets RAY G. NEWCOMER GRADUATE OPTICIAN Registered in Idaho in 1908. Emmett, Idaho H. W. TITUS CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER All Kinde of Job Work. Shop on Boise Avenue on Ditch Bank EMMETT CAFE The First Class Cafe in Emmett Merchants Lunch from 11a. m. to 6 p. m. Supper served on short notice at reasonable rate. Meals to cost 40c and up. Reg ular date boarden 81 per day in advance. Short orden served at all hours. We are serving only loins of most all kinds of fresh meats. Step In and Try Us Once BERRY l CAMPBELL CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. Estimates and plans fur nished. Shop on Washington street north of Canal. Old False Teeth wanted WS WILL PAT UP TO *21.50 PSS Mt (broken or not). Sond at once, cashient by return null Pack&ca held • to 15 days aubjoet to M&dor's approralof our offor— •Iso hlfbiit prfew paid for OLD GOLD JKWXUtT, OOLD CSOWKB. 1UDOXI, PLATDTUM ud »TL VIE (Cut out adv.) UNITED STATES SMELTING WORKS, INC. 955 Mdimith iWf. MXLWAÂJŒ. Opp. Post WI».