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THE NEWS RECORD
VOL. I, NO 50 ENTERPRISE, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1908. SUPPLEMENT) ALL CANDIDATES cirCi0'"" W. T. Bell F. A. Reavis W. F. Eisenbeis W. C. Wilson County Assessor C. H. Allen B. F. Miller F. O. Clark 8. F. Pace Complete List of Names .on Wallowa t. f. Lathrope Tboe.Rich FOR THE PRIMARY County Ballots for Friday April 17. The polio cloned last Thursday as far as candidate lor the primary are con cerned, ax i bat was the last day peti tion could be filed in the county clerk's office. The lint of candidates for sena tor and representatives in congress, together with thoxe for state and dig. trict otf.cen, was received by County Clerk Freiu-b from Secretary of State Bensou These were added to the list of county and preoinct candidates and the whole t rned over to the News Rec ord offic'- for printing the ballots for the primary, 3600 voting ballots and the same number of samples. Following Is the official lint of candidates in the order in which they will appear on the rimnry twllots in this county: Republican Democratic United States Senator H. M.dke C. W. Fulton Representative in Cbngress 'V. R. Ellin A. J. Derby T. T. Geer J.A.Jeffrey G. 8. Shepherd - Justice Supreme Court . R. P. Bean Dairy and Food Com'r J. W. Bailey AlexReid Railroad Commissioner, 2nd. District. C. B. Aitchison Jos. Gaston A N. Hamilton . W. H. Hurlburt C. C. Loui kp Howard Whiting Circuit Judge, 10th Diet. Lewis J Davis T.H.Crawford J.W.Knowles D.W.Sbeahan Ntate Senator, 21st Dist. . E. W . Rumble Turner Oliver Representative, 24th Diet. C. R. Eberhard ' J. P. Rusk T. L. 8herod School Superintendent J. C. Conley - G.W.Hall K. I. A. H. County Surveyor Long Rudd Coroner Wallowa County's Favorite. As primary day approaches it be comes more and more evident that the trend of sentiment is toward Mr. - J. P. Rusk for joint representative, and his election by a large majority eeems assured. He is undoubtedly the choice of the vat majority of the voters of thin section of the county, and for many reasons. He has been a resident of the county a fufficient length of time to . ive him a general acquaint ance with the people and their needs. He han identified himself with the in terests of the county in . a permanent ay, being a property wner and tax payer. He has for two years served as Deputy Dixtrlcj Attorney In a manner above reproach and above crittci-m from I. ioe who believe in the enforce ment of tiie law. And he has a bead or only oorm.il size He U genial b' Htniv, a goo mixei in short, the ver, kind of a man who should be ex pected to get reimlts for his constituents in ii body of legislator. County Commivsioner W. G. Locke C. W. Brown Hector McDonald L. Lloyd Only four names for precinct offices will appear. J. D'. Walck'a name for justice of t:ie peace will be on the Re lublioan ballots in Joseph, Prairie Creek, Divide and Butte precincts; A C. Smith for jiistiee of the peace, and C. H. Crnmpacker for constable, on the Democratic ball' ts In Enterprl e. Trout Creek and Pine Creek precinct" ; Geo. A. Miller for justice of the peace on the Democratic ballots In Wallowa, Prom ise and Powwatka nrecincts. For County Treasurer. From the Joseph Herald. v The name of Win, F. Eisenbeis is be fore the people of Wallowa county for nomination an Republican candidate for lowing is county treasurer and it will be difficult be qualified to to find a man better equipped to give vote, at ny cuuh primary nominating good and just service than he in. He electio require! bv this law, aud it teeks the office for himself alone and is shall lie unlaw fill for him to offer to do not backed or coacbed by any bank or to, unless he shall be roistered, as corporation ; he is making his campaign above required, a a member of one of on a strictly just and commendable the political parties chooing and noml- platform that of dividing the "county natingits candidate- for public office money among the different banks;" under the provisions of thii law at instead of dumping the entire cash into such prlroar. nominating election. " one bank. "'' Mr Eisenbeis, having resided in this section for the past eight years, is well and favorably known to most of the tax- If Not Registered, Yon Can't Vote. li yon arc not 'egister d, you can't only not te at the primary election but it i unlawful for you to offer to vot- And only those regi-tered .voters w ho gav their party at either Republi can or Ifc'iiioi'ratic ran vote. Socialists, Indepeixlei fx, Prohibitionists, and mt-u of no party need no' bother about going to the polls oil April 17. Fol- the law: "No eleito' shall vote, nor permitted to payers throughout the county His general competency and education 1 qualifications point to bim as the logical man for the office of county treasurer. F.V. Bowman of Joseph, Republican aspirant for sheriff, was busy in his own speciality line of canvassing around Enterprise the first of the week. County Judge J. B. Olmsted Sheriff F. V. Bowman J. W. Ktrns L. F. McAnuity W.C.Moore H. F. Tyler J. T. McUin H.N. Williams E. C. Berry Edgar Marvin Last of Biltoa Land. The remaining quarter section of land The disposition of Mr. Eisenbeis is to ?D?Di1toJhel James Hilton estate give a square deal to all with whom he m !!' 0B. "?le ? th does business, hence the people of Wal- ?benC' Eberhard of Joseph, at Iowa county would be assured of the torney for the sUt land board, haying faithful handling of the county's funds. itruod,toJihi' Lf If nominated and elected he will per- wm 'old whUe Judge Eakin was on the irm h f th nfflPA ,nt nch, but he set ths sale of this tract - - j treasurer to the best of his ability. E. C. Berry of Wallowa, candidate for the Democratic nomination for sheriff, is seeing the voters in the upper valley this week. aside on account of the price. the inadequacy of Thomas Morgan's milking machine arrived Saturday and is being erected on bis Prairie Creek ranch this week.