Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on October 24, 1912 · Page 4
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Iola, Kansas
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>THE TOLA DAILY.REGISTEn. TIUJRSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 24, 1912. . Tiie lola Daily Register TiM lota Dally Ricord and tha Iota Daily ' „j' Index. . I m SECUSTEB FUBLISHIKfl GO. CHA8. F. 8COTT. Pres. and! Edlt^ . F. W. BRKWSTER.t Hanacer * Bntcnd at the lola Poxt ifflce ^ Second- Caass Hatter. Airettialnc Bates Hade Known on AppU- ouUon. -^melal Paper City of Iota. Official Paper pity of Batsatt. Orricial Paper of Allen County. """^ I «U8SCRIPTION RATES. •y Carrier In lola. Gas City, Lanyon- Vine, CwMrete, LaHarpe and Bassett: On* W -Bdt ...i 10 ent» Ona aconth «4 centj O M Tear •: tS.OP BY MAIL: .One Xear, Inside gunty..^ tZ.OO One Tear, outside county J3.00 TELEPHONES: . Busfaieaa Office \\ iiaelety RaportoTv, If Jo^ and Bindery -Dept. 141 1. .IBUSE. "New York World: Standing before " a committecf of the United States Senate yesterday, Medill. AlcCorniick, a rich young man who has helped to finance and manage the Roosevelt campaign, charged that the murderous as- aanit on Mr. Roosevelt was Incited by "falsehoods of character-assassins and liars like Charles D. Hllles," who was formerly- secretary to President Taft and is nqw chairman of the Republican national committee. Th? ranting of :; half-baktd youn^ person like Mr. McCormicIt would be of no Importance if they were not so completely in harmony with the conduct of the Roosevelt managers since Mr. Roosevelt was shot by a madman. Dixon. Pinchot. SlcCormick, Cochems and a whole chorus of demagogues have been seeking to inflame the public mind against l>etter men than themselves, and create the impression that Schrank's insane deed was inspired by pcliticiil "abuse" of Mr. Roosevelt. , We mention tliose matters now only because of 'he sondalous and demagogic; attempt of Mr. Roosevelt's political managers to bring about n reign of terror against everybody who has opposed his election Mr. McCormick's shocking upon Mr. Hiltos is a fair sample of their manners '\w\ methods, .which cannot be allowed to CO upchallpngcd. It is on a par iwith Mr. Cochem's assault on Mr. Bryan as 'an oratorical "grave dicger" and "ghoulish" all because Mr. Bryan protested against the scheme to make partisan capital out of the murderous attack of a maniac. Mr. Roosevelt was not shot beraus'^ ,of "abuse." If anybody had been shot because of abuse the victim would have beien William Howard Taft, President of the TTnited States and no! Theodore Roosevelt. " • Let us keep the record straight. THE STRUfiGLE ^FOR LIFE. There is no question of the election of Theodore Roosevelt in this campaign. No one informed in politics expects his election. Mr. Roosevelt, himself, is too wise a politician to expect it He has not at any time had strong hope of it since he has' been In "the south and failed to make any impression there and since he has failed to call to his standard any considerable niimber of Democrats he h :<F known th»t he cannot possibly be elected. The only question now Is. can he defeat Taft? That is what he and his party leaders are aiming at. To that end they are bonding every energy. Be net deceived. The purpose of this movement is to destroy the Republican party. If that is what you want vote for the Roosevelt electors. But if you have faith in the old party —If'you do not want the Democratic party In jower for a long series of years then vote for the Taft electors, —Leavenworth Times. THE ]l[I7rKR.\KER.S HIT. There is a remarkable unanimity among the fiction writers for the mag- •ilnes against the present admlnis- tratiod. It is significant that these academic gentlemen have, almost without exception, never: taken an active part in national politics before, and that now practically all the popular names arc in the arena! It is also at least notable that these estimable gentlemen, who, whcp even two or'three are casually together, make it a point of professional Kbnor never to agree, even two together, upon any proposllion save occasional refreshment—and then with great Ingenuity differ as widely as possible In manner —are upon'this inaldpn excursion into the political arena a solid phalanx against one man. But as he Is -the man who mggested that the magaslncs ought to pay their own postage. Instead of harlog it paid for them out of the public treasury, and as the modem connection between Art and the Box Office is well understood— these adolescent political activities cease to be important—though they continue to be interesting.—^Thc Searchlight. THE KAXSASISSUE. The most imporiipnt duty confronting the Republicans of Kansas is to keep th^ state's electoral vote from going to Wilson. Every Taft vote should be polled for the Republican ticket. Even those who think Taft has no chtince In Kansas should Vote for him. Under no circumstances should a Republican vote be cast for Wilson. The defeat of Roosevelt in Kansas is desirable but it is not nationally important. "The contest is between Taft and Wilson.- and the fight must be made on that line; Roos evelt is a minor consideration. Kansas could not possibly make Roosevelt president but it might make Wilson president. That is the calamity that must be combated. The Rcnublican national managers urge that the fight be centered on Wilson, and^they know what they are talking abobut.—K. C. Journal. . ' The Joy of eet- ting Honw-TjZ A Ten Knnte TIZ Foot 2ath aod Your Teet Are Like iTew. Send fbr Free Trial Packa^ Today. These are not •suppont-d to be your feet. Tou may be a mere man. But your feet or'niiy fine's else feet in a TIZ foot bath are care-free ^eet. Awsr se the coma, bunions, calluses, the cbilblalBS. the pains, nebes. sureneas and all foot trouble. Futli>w the ailUlons of liappyTIZfeetand r(<u will tiiea realize that TIZ works on a nv.-.v prlnetple. draws oataUthapolMinsti'nt r 'lihe f-^it trou!iIrs. and TIZ ii the only remedy that doea the work. J>on't forget this fact, a«l dbat under any ctrcuiflstances accept « TObatltata. Be sood to your feet Md demand TIZ. Alldnig stores, department ier aeiMtel atorea have U at SeeaUa l>bx. iaad tor ttoso -who «6xi% know what rMl iMit-ooalact la write toWaltar lAther Sadsa a. Wabash ArcOhlaaao, HI. tor • teo Mai padtac* todigr. '--v.^ FOR RETENGE ONLY. Mark Hanna's son Dan. now holditj the record as the biggest single con• rtbutor to Mr. Roosevelt's primary camrnign fund last spring. Dan gave $177,000 to the cause. He confesses It under oath In his testimony he said that his Interest In promoting the Roosevelt candidacy began In the spring of 1911. Had Dan Hanna biH -n more precise he would have given the exact date, which was April 26. 19U. when he was Indicted for the crime of n^bnting at the instance of the Interstate Commerce Commission and the Federal Department of Justice. Il» paid high for his vengeance, but. be •:of it—Springfield (.Mass.) Republican. CREAM BAKING POWDER A pure, healthful. Cream of Tartar Baking Powder When buying an article of food you are ' entitled to know exactly what you are buying —^its quality and ingredients. K this information is refused don't buy it. * Some of the low grade baking powders are advertised, but the ingredients of the powders are scrupulously concealed. A housekeeper would not use a baking powder containing alum if she knew it. It is well when buying to examine the label on the can. Unless it shows the ingredient cream of tartar, don't buy it. Dr. Price's baking powder is absolutely free from alum. nE.SERT .VFTER ELECTION. Concordia Blade: The Kansas City Star Is opposed to Capper's candidacy because he stated that he was, and ex- i >ected to remain a Republican. The Star favors Stubhs's candidacy and his permits of but one conclusion and that is that after the Novcmljcr clec- Mon Stubbs will cease a portion of his hypocrisy and become an out and out third party man. In other words as soon .as the governor can no longer tise the Republican party to furtlier his own selfish ends he proposes to throw It overboard. Mr. Republican Voter, do you think' this man Is entitled to your support? SI'E.VKIMJ OF IMtlVILEGE. lite Star Would Make Hooserrlt Ike One ExrcptloB. One recent Interesting development of the Senate investigation of campaign contributions. Is that the Kanas Cl;y Star Is just as iKJsltivo that Thomas Fortune Ryan's big contribution to Parker's campaign fund spells » menace to the country as It Is positive that the millions contributed to Roosevelt's 1904 campaign was per- 'eotly legal and moral and right and uroper. Any millionaire who gives to 1 Democratic or Republican fund Is "buying immunity for specla' i )rlvi!egc." but the millionaires who eontrlbute, even under direct pressure from the White House, to the Roosevelt fund, are admiraltle patriots. Xo •.iiore flagrant Instance cf "special iirlvllcge" ever developed than the ones wHlch the Star and Its crowd uotild bestow upon Colonel Roosevelt. A .HanreloBS Escape. —"My little hoy had a marveloui ;scape." writes P. .P Bastlams of "rinc*? Albert. Capo of Good Hope "It occurred is the middle of the night. He got a very severe attacV if croup. As luck wolud have it. I 'ad a large bottle or i;namberlaln 'K :ough Remedy in the house. After 'ollowlng the directions for an hour md twenty minutes he was through til danger." Sold by all dealers. EX-EDITOR BIYS OIL LE.ISES. Former Kansas »ws |Ni |>er Man Owner of iMOn.<NHi Properties. Tulsa. .Okla., Oct. 23.—A. A. Richards, formerly editor of a country newspaper in Kansas, today became •he owner of the properties of the Andrew and Bergen Oil Companies in Oklahoma. The consideration was 5400,000. The property consists 7.000 acres of leases and T,2 .iO barrels dally production. From a country newspaper man Mr. Richards has risen to be one of the greatest independent oil producers in Oklahoma. It was he who drilled the first well in the Bird Creek field where now are 400 producing wells and some of the best oil prci>erties in the United States. Chronic Dyspepsia. —The following unsolicited testi- :nonial should certainly be sufficient to give hope and courage to personF afflicted with chronic dyspepsia: "I have been a chronic dyspeptic for years, and of all the medioine I have taken. Chamberlain's Tablets have done me more good than anythinj.' else." says W. G. Mattlson. oN 7 Sber man St.. Homellsvllfe. .\. Y. For sale by all dealers. LOST W.ITCH 18 FOl'XD. nrop|w4 Iit4> Meier Box af the Vrj Hone a Week Aso. Whta Mr. Eshleman .the city's water man was covering a water meter at the Fry residence on South Cottonwood yesterday morning, he noticed a .vellow rock, as be thought, go into the hole abcut the meter. An investigation proved that the "yellow rock" was a lady 's gold watch. The watch belongs to Mies Myers of the New York Store, who lost It on leaving the Fry residence over a week ago. The watch was returned' to JIIss Myers, noae the worse for lui huriail, as it had been covered by the dirt at the time. WILL RAISE THE PBICE OFGIS 'lSrS, 'iiSZ ri lllbi. iiniui. iiiu^i III WW wi wiiw , ^^^^^^ j^^^^ advantage the exhibits of 'these dainty flowers to the crowds who come to the fall flower show at Judge Pollork Orders Kansas Natural to Base rrire on Cost Oclhcrrd to the Cities. KansMS City. Mo. Oct. 24.— Tlie priie of gas in the score or more Kansas and Missouri cities, soiirro of supply is the Kansas Natural gas com pany, will be raised. Tho ine.'-ease in l)ricc will depend on what the actu:il cost of bringing the gas to tlie doors of the cities will be. The prices will vnvy with each city according to the distance from the gas fields. These facts were developed yesterday nt the first me«tlnp of the n-celv- nlcit. Ordinarily wafer lilies close about ;5 or 4 o'clock In the afternoon. To prevent thjt it was suggested by the Msisouri Cliff Gardens that the lilies he chloroformed. Miss A M. Rainford, superintendent of the show beb- can a*series of experiments which, ar- eodrlnc to her, were entirely successful. —.Mrs. Peter llolan, 11.^1 Buckeye Rd. Cleveland. O., says: "Yes. indeed I can recommend Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. My little boy had a bad case of whooping cough 8omc JOHNSON'S SHOON UCENSE CIIAXPIOX LOSES rHICAGO PER^I XIT ON »QTEMB£R \. Hi!* Famllr T«ni!i Against the.Pag. . Ilkl, Whose Tronblex are MulH. plying Rapidly. Johnson^ Lossex. ^ To date with criminal actions pending. Jack Johnson's boast of his power over white women has cost him as followrf: Fight contracts in Australia for $5,000 cancelled. Saloon license taken away from him. Vaudeville engagements cancelled. Moving pictures of his fights barred from cities. ers with Judce J. C. I'olloek of the j times he was blue in the face. "I gavr Feclerar court in Kansas City, Ka;}., i him Foley's Honey and Tar CompoHi:d who appointed them. and It had a remarkable effect and In response to the petition of tli--, ,v.ired him In a short time." Contains receivers that they he authorw.-d to : nn harmful drugs. Burrell'a Drue expend t!27.'».ono to extend the mains' and make betterments, Ju'li;e' Pollnek begun a rapid fire of quesjions. whieli oulckly developed llie fact tliaf wiHi the present arrangemenfsliet ween the gas comimnv and the distrHjuting coie prtnles it would take the profits of Ihre,^^ to vay for the extcnslo !is and that by that time tlie gas mlghi be exhausted, 'f lliis should provi- •truo the property of the company which conslsrs chlrflv of iron i>iii" would be worth only 2.'> per cent of It? cost price. With Ihesp facts l>ef(>re him .ludei Poloclc announced tl):>l it would tie Impossible for the court to' make any ord '»r8 for expenditure-: which woutd simply allow the recelv;T.s to lor.- more money. Store. TAIT SAW HI.WSELF l> ".MOVIES." PHIt; KEEPS FI-OWEKS AWAKE. Water l.ilics kri»f Open liv Chloroform at San DIogo Show. San Diego, Cul., Oct. 22.— Floriculture experts here have discovered thai chloroform will keep water iflles open at night. The dlscovory came about INMcrlv Thcalrr Unyp the Prexiden* tial Parly nn Entertainment. I>v<'rlv. M-'ss.. 0:\. 22. —The Presid'u: and .Mr«. Taft, Helen Taft and III" fifteen ii':iyors were guests last ri;,h' at a moving picture theatre, v.hUh exhibited pictures of th" Pres- i.U Ill 's arrlva! In Beverly and other presidenlla! doings of the year. The i'resldent sa« himself alight from his private car on July 4, watched him- ] sell escort Mrs. Taft to a waiting m»- trr* ear. saw Ihr Boverlyites line the streets and wave their bats. Snrnnhurg, Kns., Fnrment .Hrct. lOrie. Ka.s., (Jet. 2;!.— The farmers of Savonburg met today for their fourth annual farmers' institute. The attendance' was large. P. K. Crabtree .rnd C. D. Stelner of the Kansas State Agricultural coll€>ge were on the pro- Trumme. The officers were elected as follows: President, C. B. Huff; secretary, E. A. .Nelson. Chicagon. Oct. 23.—Charles Johnson, brother of Jack Johnson, negro pugilist today willingly entered the 'federal grand Jury room and told all he know regarding the relations of his brother and the white girl, Lucile Cameron, of Minneapolis, who recently was taken from the negro champion by her mother. Charles Johnson recently was arrested at Ihe instigation of the champion on the charge of theft. Young Johnson is said to have given the inquisitors Important 'hformation. His story is said to be of almost equal importance with that told yesterday hi the Cameron girl. As he entered the jury room Young Johnson was heard to declare: "It is the hand of God. The lx)nl has taken this fellow In chargo and Is directing .lustlce at him." .Miss Cameron was not recalled before the grand jury today as had been expected. Neither was her niolhcr recalled. It is said, however, that Lu- cllo will l)c o?te of the main witnesses on Monday when the investigation is resumed. • The younger Johnson, who is about half as big as the champlAn, seemed overjoyed iif the opportunity of telling hU story. He was In the jury room for nearly two hours. A sister of Jack Johnson also a|)- peared at the federal building ready to testify but she was not called before the jury toda.v. * Jack Johnson will retire from tin- saloon business in Chicago on November 1 according to an announccmen' made by city officials today. • The saloon license under which he has been operating is owned by a brewery and lohnson's contract to use it expires on that da'e and will not be renewed. The right to use the licrnse was today assigned to another saloon keeper who has no bn.siness relations with Johnscii. The fact that .Tohnson did not own j the license was given as the reason ' hy the city oflicials for not revoking it Booker Washington Condemns. 'Detroit, Oct. 23.—Twenty-five hundred Detroit Y. M. C. A. members and their friends rose to their fee' and tu­ multously applauded Booker T. Wash ington when he declared that Jack Jchn.scn, champion pugilist, should hp repudiated by all right thinking ne­ groes In view of his recent Chicago exploits. "If is unfortunate," said Mr. Washington, "that a man with money should US'" it in a way to injure his own people with those who arc seeking to uplift his race and improve its condition. Chicago is witnessing the result of educating a man to make money without the attention having been given his mental and spiritual development. "In misrepresenting the colored peo pie of the nation this man is harminc iilmself the least. 1 wish to say emphatically that his actions do ' not meet with' my personal approval, and 1 am sure they do not meet with the approval of the colored race." Half the Regular FaeLSuppIy Reqidred Cole's Original Hot B3ast Healer, on account of the patented air-tieht and gas-tight construction and patented hot blast combustion, gives perfect control over the fire. Build Only One Fire a Winter It is so perfect in construction that fire keeps all night- It saves the gases wasted with other stoves. The cost of th^ stove is saved in fuel. $S.OO worth of soft coal, hard coal or lignite, or a $1.50 ton cf slack or screenings will do the v.ork of twice the amount of fuel in other stoves. It is guaranteed to remain always air-tight, which means that it is always a fire-keeper. ' ,Bxamine Cole^s Original Hot Blast before 3^u buy- Avoid imitations which only look like the genuine.' i MM$1Z00 Avoid Sedaiire Cough Medlrines. If you want to contribute dlrcctlj to tht» occurrence of capillary bronchitis and pneumonia use cough medicines that contain codlnc. morphine- leroin and other sedatives when you have a cough or cold. An expectorant like Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is what is needed. That cleans out the culture bpds or breeding place.' for the germs of pneumonia and othei serm diseases. That is why pneumonia never results from a cold when Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is used ;t ha.*! a world wide reputation for its cures. It contains no morphine or otjcr sedative. For sale by all dealers REPUBLICAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE CHARLES F. SCOTT, Director Pnblklty BurraD. ACDITORIUX HOTEL. Chicago, Illinois V No Adequate Reas(^n for a Third Party Chic-.igo October 19, 1312. In yesterday's letter the statement was made that President Taft was fairly and honcst'y noiuinateil and. as evidence in support of that statement, four witnesses were c.ied —Senator l.aFoIle.tte. Governor t • Dcocen. Covrrncr lladley and W. Bryan—all of them haying been opiKJsed to Mr. T .'»ft either lor the nomination or for the election. There was not looii- cf ccuirre in t!i:s limited iyace to i>rcsent the argll- ilicnts fuliy. b:it if any rer.JT is Ftill in doubt and honestly desires \o know the facts in ilie case. I shall be g'ad to send him a document containing them upon reqt -'-si. With the intr-grity of Taffs nnmina'.ton concede<l— as it must be liy all who kr.ow the fact.*! and whose minds are open to fair judgment— what reason exists for ihc organization of a third party? Colonel Koos'-v .^lt at i)asod his l)olt upon the declaration that the nominrtion .had liccn stoiea for Taft. if thai had bepn true. It might have iustirie-l tV.e ijolt ni'ain-it Taft andan'effort to defeat-him in the n:ost dire--? .rni! pnicfi'-ablc v.-.iy by voting for bis opjKjnent- If Taft'--: nnminatiim wei'- stolen, it wa.-! the net of a few men for •which tlie rank and Hie of the partv were not- responsible and which woii'd net in any way alter the principles of tbe party change its policies or modify it.s ciiaractcr. A great national party does not complvtely ',-hange its i:n::!i"C o '.c." aight. And yet Colonel i'.rosevoit and those who are now supporting him. ask i>s to believe tVnt thi- is w '^at happened to the Kepubli.-an party. They ask us to believe that on Saturday morning June 22nd. it was a' magniliccnt organizatloti. l;a &ed upon sound principles, advocating wise jneasures. the safest guardian of the peoples welfare; and they ask us to believe that on Sunday morning. June 23rd. it had become a "rotten . husk," reactionary m principle, unsound In policy, corrupt and dishonest in purpose. Do you believe this, men of Kansas? You must perforce admit that if Colonel Roosevelt had been nominated Instead of President Taft, he would be today demanding the st'ipport of nil good citizens on the ground that the Repiibllcan party Is the only party safely to be trusted with the public welfare. Do you believe the whole nature, purpose and aims of the llcpubllcan party were changed because Its natloiial coij- ventlon refused to nominate Theodore Roosevelt for a third term t>c- causc that ^-invention felt profoundly that It should not overthrow the tradition of a century, that it should not give to Roosevelt that which Washington would not. take and which Grant could not get? It is onl.v those who can answer all those questions in the affirmative who can consistently vote for Roosevelt for president. For he'is not meri^y a bolting Republican, his candidacy a protest against the , action of the convention. He Is the candidate of another party, boldly declaring that his purpose is utterly to destroy the Republican party and declaring that all who do not come into his new party are reactionaries and allies of Wall Street. He does not limit his denunciation to President Taft. or to those delegates, who nominated him, but includes the whole Republican party In his objurgation. .N'oone can consistently support him. therefore. I repeat, unless he^ believes that the Republican party as a national organization, should he destro.ved. for his election would mean that the Republican party would never put another ticket in the field either in Kansas or In the nation. ' , Are the Republicans of Kansas willing to write "ft Is Ended" across the face' of the party which gave us 1-incoln.. Grant and Mc- Kinlev and which wc have followed with unfaltering faith from Fre- nrontto Taft? RKPIJBLJCA.N .NATIO.NAL, CO.MMITTEE. I;cpi:bli(--i J A. Director Publicity Bifreau. (Advertisement) Hi. REPUBLICAN TICKET. R. A. A -Sfninge" Man. •What are you angrj- aboutT" "I saw you with a strange young .ran last evening!" "He was a strange young man. fudged by your standards. He spent $4 on me."—Houston Post. I —Mrs. T. A. Town, 107 Bth St- Watertown. S. P.. writes:- "My four children are subject to,hard colds and I always use Foley's Honey and. Par Compound with splendid results. Some time ago I had "a severe att ick of b t^rippe and the doctor presc ibfld T-o- ley's Honey and Tar CompAuiyl and It soon overcame the la gripi e. T car al|«-ay8 deticnd upon Foley s Hone% and Tar Compound and am sure ol good results." For sale at Burrell't Drug Store. The Difference. ,\ccordlng to a recent decision In Kansas a woman has a right to die to hor husband. The only difference is 'hat the husbands of Kansas don't wait for a decision.—Baltimore Sun. Msr-c MOMitaglS —Geo. T. Craddock. Ruble. Ark,, says: "I was bothered with lumbagc^ for seven years so bad I could not work. I tried several kinds of kidue>^ medicine which gave me little or n«^ relief. Two bottles of Foley Kidney Pills cured me and now I can do any kind of work. I cheerfully recomroen't them to my friends." Burrell's Dru; Store. "Wcnhen are as honest, as men.^" says aj suffragette. Some of their figures HP» tbougb.—Detroit Free Press. >'»lionHi. For President—William H. Taft, of Oi:io For Vice-President—.lames S. Sherman, of .Sew York. "For Presidential Electors—B. F. Biaker, J. E. Bocock. Charles H. Browne. .lohn F. Dellinger, John S- Gilmore. A. Q. Miller, C. W. Miller, Paul Rich. \j. II. ThonJi»son, W. A. Ti.ompson. Slate Ticket. For mited St.-iles Senator—W. Stubbs. For .Iiisticos, Suiiremc Court—R Iturch. W. A. .lohnston. For Governor—Arthur Capper. For Ueutcnant-Governor—Sheffield Ingalls. For Secretary of State—Charles H. Sessions. For State Auditor—W.-E. Davis. For Treasurer—fi:arl Akers. For Attorney General—John S ikiwson. For Sui>erintcndent of Insurance— .le S. Lewis. For Supt. of Public Instruction—W. D. Ro.-.>--. For State Printer—W. C. Austin. District Congressman. 2nd District—J L. F'.iady. Judge, 3Tth Judicial District—Oscar .-'oust. For Senator, 14th District—S. C. Holmes. For Representative-Baxter D. .\Ic- laln. ^ CoDUly Ticket. For Treasurer-Frances A. Wilson. For County Clerk—R. E. Culbcrtson For Register of Deeds—J. W. I^aury. For County Attorney—R. E. Cullison. For Probate Judge—J. B. Smith. For Sheriff—Hoover Kerr. For Coroner—R. N'. McMilien For County Surveyor-H. 1- Pal- =tring. For Clerk District Court—John W Brown. For Assessor—E. C .Reynold.- For Commissioner, 2nd District—H. O. Stephenson. For Commissioner, 3rd District—E. P. Brigham. •> * * •> • * • •> H> 4> •> •> DEMOCRATIC COLUMN * • • •:• •:• •:• • •> <• <• •s- 4^« (First Published October 14. 1912.) REGI5TRATI0.\ NOTICE. Office of the City Clerk • October 14th. 1912. Notice is hereby given that beginning October 16th, 1912, this office will be kept open during the noon hour and until 10 o'clock at night for 'he registration of voters: and at 10 o'clock Friday night. October 2.")th, Che reeistration books will be closed for tbe general election . to be held N'ovember 5th. 1912. T. F. ZIEai .j:R. City Clerk. They Make Toa Feel ROML —The .pleasant purgative effect produced by Chamberlain's Tablets ind the healthy condition of body and mind which they create make one feel ioyful. For sale by all dealers. A iffbter ITaat ki. ITOI Get It Material furnished for this.column • omes from th'e County Committee and The Dally Register is In npwise responsible for any statement appearing under this heading. A similar coltimn will be devoted to the Republicans. . The Register is responsible only for .ts own editorial expressions. DE.MOCRATIC TICKET. .National Ticket For President—Gov. Wcodrow WIU .-wn. New Jersey. For Vice President—Gov. Thomaa R. .Marshall. Indiana. Presidential Electors—Francis M. Patterson. Yates Center; Anders Sorensen, McPherson; F. H. Uhl. Smith Center; Alfred Q;. Wooster, Erie; 8. C. By bee. Gamett: James -W. Clark Great Bend; Hiram R- Pulton, Hanover; Chas. E. Gants. Melvem; Isaac H. Magill. Corning; Thomas J. O'Nell. 0!!age City. State Ticket For I". S. Senator—Wm. H. Thompson. Garden City: Justice Supreme Court —Humbert Riddle, Emporia; A. B. Reeves. Dodge City. *r Governor—Geo. IL Hodges. Olathe. Lieut. Governor—Frank L. Britton Osage City. i . Secretary of State-Burt E. Brown. ; I^wrence. State Auditor—Perry Clemens, of Hamilton. Stal'iB Treasurer—P. E. Laughlin, ^ .Marysaiile. Atfy General—C. B. Uttle. Ol&the. Supt. of Public Instruction— David .M. Bowcn. Pittsburg. Supt. of Insurance— Carl. J.'Peterson, lola. State Printer—William P. Feder. of Great Bend. ( Congressman, 2nd Dist.— Jos. Taggart, Kansas City, Hans. Judge 37th Judicial Dist— Charles H. Apt., lola. Kans, State Senator, 14th Dist — Paul . Klein lola. Kan.s. Representative, 20th^ Dist— J. W. Ham, Humboldt,"; Kas. County TfekeL' ; County Clerk—Chas. Freeberg, Elamore. County Treasurer—John T. Tyler, Gas City. Register of Deeds— Jerry L-; Bedwell, lola. " , . / County Attorney—Frank R. Fbrreat, lola. Probate Judge— J. S. Walker. IOUL • Sheriff—J- H. Foatier, Gas. Coroner—F. L. B. Leavell. lola. Coiinty Supt—Vide Fetheriogill.. . Carlyte. Co. Surveyor— S, D. Bartlatt I(ria. , Clerk of the District Court—Ltrals B. Hess. Humboldt . \ County Assessor—Fred Schmidt, of • Humboldt , ; . Coffimlssioner 2nd District—J. H. Brown, Moran. -,~ i"' > Commisiioner 3rd NatrtBt—IL C-o Robinson lola. , Jitruce of Peace. lola Citjr—Wi T.>'':^ Smith. - _ ..-

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