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Daily Kennebec Journal (Newspaper) - September 10, 1908, Kennebec, Maine r jf fr wturo u that en sold by by them the" public attractive Manager jte-.t founda- heen Bton or else- cx But t Boston to buy the money Harbor wllf t ek amphl- ili tiff of arta hill hv which ir perform- t festivals p village; time ofo- >f wooded I At Bar L-t structure iiit repre- which n presents a me of the mhodiment nrkod by pimuek i which all fa- my at r 14 t at Dov :t Academy. kl tre plan- irsrlTV even (tjrHtld an 1 Horl will spe.ik t tht. clus- KII JJ'd thei on making in the I >s- nh ear and ____ t p Maine. klo AgrfcultnrsM y Fair, Blne- Kilr Belfast ry
RUS BLANCHAUD Biaiilev Sfpt 10 Dresden Mills, Sept 12 JOHN' F. REDMAN Stonington, Sept 10 ftr fr ,7 ALFRF D BONNEAU 9B Brunswick, Sept 10 f WVM.hiook, Sept. 11 J Augusta, Sept 12 JsT JOHN WFSLEY HILL. V KI Wa'ervillc. Sept 10 Westbrook, Sept. Jl SOC .M For Governor Bert M Fernald of Poland For Governor Obadlah Gardner of Rockland For Governor Curtis A. Perry of Portland For Governor Jamee H. Ames of Bowdolnham For State Auditor Charles P. Hatch of Augusta For Representative to Gongrew Edwin C Burlelgh of Augusta For State Auditor Everett M Mower of Augusta For State Auditor For State Auditor James Perrlgo of Portland For Representative to Congress Samuel W Gould of Skowhegan For Representative to Congress Robert G Henderson of Madison For Representative to Congress William I Sterling of Watervllle For Senators George E Macomber of Augusta Willlngton T Reynolds of Winslow Arthur A Shaw of Clinton i r For Senators Charles F Johnson of Waterville Weston Lewis of Gardiner Costello Weston of Mount Vernon For Senators For Senators William P Stewart of Joseph E Briggs of Winthrop Isaac D Ewer of Gardiner For Clerk of Courts Charles W Jones of Augusta For County Attorney Guy A Hildreth of Gardiner r 0 1 J_ L ff 1 For Judge of Probate Harold E Cook of Watervllle____ For Register of Probate j Ralph W Lelghton of Mount Vernon For Sheriff Colby Getch'ell of Watervllle II For County Commissioner William D Haley of Pittston For County Treasurer Bert P Stuart of Belgrade E v A E. Constitutional amendments to be voted on in the[ September 14, i908. Penalty for willfully defacing, tearing down, removing or destroying a list of .c tpecimen dollars fine. A. BROWN, Secretary of State For Representatives to Legislature Chirles L Andrews, Augusta. Lenls A Burlelgh, Augusta. John E Nelson, Watervlile. A Joly, Watervllle Edwin L Bussell. Gardiner. Arth-ir Holt, Clinton Kenlamln G Hitsscv, Windsor. W A Lc rd Vassalboro Irvlntr W Gilbert Heniv P Cummings Manchester Henry M Blake, Monrrojth Benjamin F ChaHes Rome Allen B White, Wayne For Clerk of Courts Mark J Bartlett of Waterville For County Attorney Fred Emery Beane of Hallowell For Judge of Probate Norman K Fuller of Waterville For Register of Probate Warren W Knowlton of Vassalbort For Sheriff Frederick W Plaisted of Augusta For County Commissioner Irving O Gage of Winthrop For County Treasurer Theron E Doe of China For Representatives to Legislature Rpuel J Nqyes, Augusta. Elmer E Newbert, Augusta. John I.. Fortier, Watervllle William R Pattangall, Watervllle. John E Cunningham, Gardiner. Manley t> Holt Clinton Davis A Ridley, Windsor Hosea H Carv Pittston George W Earle Lltchfleld James T Collins Manchester Albert Sawyer Monmouth Flbrldfrn T Footer Rome J M Moulton. Wayne For Clerk of Courts For County Attorney For Clerk of Courts John A Hale of Waterville For County Attorney Guy A Hildreth of Gardiner For Judge of Probate For Judge of Probate Harold E Cook of Watervllle For Register of Probate For Sheriff For County Commissioner For County Treasurer For Register of Probate Henry Woodward of Winthrop For Sheriff Theodore W Longley of Sidney For County Commissioner Antonio C McCauflland of Farmlngdale For County Treasurer Sullivan A. Maxim of Watervllle For Representatives to Legislature For Representatives to Legislature r- mark a cross fXV in the square under the word SECr.fiTARY OF INTHRIOR JAMES R be Maine's next chief executive Mk people flock to him and become his Today's Concert. If you are in favor of the tlrtt amendment marK a croea M GAP.FIELD Fernald has been actively engaged friends, but his visit to Knox will not "ye. If you are opposed to the amendment, mark a tross (X) in the .quare under the word you are in favor of the second amendment, mark a cross (X) in the square the word If you are opposed to the amendment, mark a cross (X) in the square under the word "no" ZS GAP.FIELD er Sept 10 Bath, Sept 11 Biddeford, Sept 12 SB1CRETARY OF JAMES WILSON No Anson, Sept 11 Auburn, Sept 12 JUDGE AUGUSTINE SIMMONa Concord Corner, Sept. 10 Smlthfleld, Sept 11 HON STANLEY PLUMMER Sept 1ft. Bradley, Sept 11 Dexter, Sept 12 HON BARTLETT BROOKS Kenduskeag Sept 11. HON CARL E MILLIKEN. Biidgewater, Sept 10 Oakfield Sept H Island Tails, Sept 12 HON H P GARDNER Brljlirewater Sept 10 Oakfleld Sept 11 RALPH D COLE OF OHIO Chelsea Sept 10 throughout the state for the past fort- be without good results and Republi- night, speaking daily and to large au- cans will see that he gets endorse- dlences Wherever he has appeared it I ment has been to arouse striking: en- thusiasm No candidate of the party has made more friends or more thoroughly recommended himself to the thoughtful voters His declara- tions upon the questions that concern Maine and her people have been holi- est and straightforward and convinc- ing Everywhere his appearance has been the signal for increasing party earnestness and NA ..Mil Walter Lewis '.'Rlenzi Wagner Wa J Hall Selection from The Red Mill Herbert Intermezzo- 'Pizzicato" (The The Talk of New Cohan Officer of the day, Capt Belcher Geo W Hugh esterda Washington. D C W A Weatherbee Asst Adjutant WASHINGTON. Orla Johnston Is building a new house I Burtlet of West Appleton has charge and B E Cunningham will work with him The Madomac Camp Boys have bid farewell to Washington for this season ,iUB.. Marshall left the Home the large t and gone to their homes Mr and plurality We wish Mr Fernald was to appear In a larger number of our towns for wherever he goes Mrs Poland went to Massachusetts Monday They hav? built a new tht general of the G A R, of Boston was piazza at the camp which will be a visitor at the Home yesterday great Improvement over the old one SAYS IT IS FACT. I apeopie .hall the const.tut.on be amended as proposed by a resolute of the legislature pnmdmg for the establishment rf________ _ through the optional referendum and a d.rect by pet.Uon and at general or special elect.ons? the HARKY OF CONNECTICUT tnrougn inc op Resolves of the Legislature of the State of Maine Augusta Sept U Old Sept 12 WAI H FAIRLESS OF VIRGINIA, Bowditch, Webster Guarantee on Hyomei, Cure for Catarrh. Mrs the guest yesterday W W Light has built a new wagon house Charles Cunningham recently visited his son, Bert Fred Sukeforth, who has been at Etta Blake of New York City work ln AugUBta for the past year, il at home for his vacation Mr and Mrs. C G Cook and Mr. The remains of the late) Nicholas Fitzgerald were sent to Holyolce Co. Confirm yesterday for interment of Mrs James E tabby sameng the quest.on preserved m SecUon amendment will those opposed will vote their ballots. Calais Sept 11 Plttsfleld. Sept 12 The question having been raised as to whether or no Bowditch, Webster Co will refund the money if a carriage drive through the southern Mrg c RockweU> returned Monday zs NC They Hate to Face It. (lilddeford Journal Several Maine Democratic editors I are wishing they could think of some way to make their constituents believe proof that can be that a vote for Gardner is not a vote curative powers of for Bryan Hyomei outfit does not do all thjat Is part of the State claimed for it in curing catarrh, they want to state positively that this guarantee Is an absolute fact to their homes. Mr and Mrs Frank Hears, who Friday night the Augusta Vaude- have toeen 8taylng for some time .With Co will be the attraction at the her parents> Mr and Mrs. B. Mooera Home theater. This company needs have returned to their borne In Maaia- A guarantee like is the best On introduction as they play In the cnUBetts. ______ _ Offered as to the Augusta Opera house every night to ail large audiences The Real Democratic Issue. (Rockfend Courier-Gazette What is the Democratic party of Maine working for7 Is It not for H- Hysmel In catarrhal troubles You co not risk a cent In testing Its heaJlng virtues, The funeral of the late John C Gib- son and the late Geo H Grover will Bowditch, Webster Co take all the be held from the Home chapel at Z o'clock this afternoon. Rev. H. S. this Man's My-sson on jarl and His Diseases. Their Cause and Ooze. risk If you have catarrh, try ___ cense and the saloon' Is license any wonderful medicated air of Hyomei A A tfcr resolve of the fifty-eighth legislature passed better for controlling and It doeg not drug or derange the ShaU Sccuon Two ArUclc Ten of the Const.t.tion, hn'nd red and be t "Twlto _j__j and adopteu. 6 noat nnrket inhaler that comes with March fourth, eighteen hundred ana seventy HUM., r meeting9 jn the without the saloon. Barrage officiating. Capt. will command the escort. Paulser lourtn, cignieen nuiiuitu. tlntir next biennial meetings in the wnuoui me mlerpresenbedbylawfor calhng month of and mserUng plaee thereof the ,nrl _re4ntatives on the second Monday in UP Does Maine want neat pocket inhaler that comes with every outfit, so that Its medication ___ for Kvery lust, as each and all ol Usmonrthsaaadl- UOB bear chesrfslsiidfrsM- ONLY Michael Gallag ler. Michael! Gallagher passed away in he Home hospital here early yester- jay morning Mr Gallagher was bom Maine want saloon reaches the most remote air cells In in Ireland about 86 years ago, and was Do they? Do you want throat and ,u where a locomotive engineer by occupation. the saJoon (not the outlawed saloon liirkimr It He enlisted in Co. B, 1st Battalion. .crinttoM for acute and i but the licensed one) dominating your catarrhal germs may be linking It Mag8 H A at jtoaton August 17, 1888 el.dtog Mwrnu and flgt- imunity and catching your boys and quickly destroys them, heals and and was MUstered out of the service SgSSSSSiS Ind mJl'btoMWMUMl WeeX- your working men7 Do you7 But that soothea the Irritated mucous mem- June 29, 1865. He was admitted to is what the Democratic party of Maine __ _ ______ -__ vitalizes the tissues BO that this Home from Cambr dge. May 28. ,s no longer possbi. You what his personal habits. Is the can- can lose nothing by giving 3yomel a didate of that party and there4s no es- nothlng but catarrh and that caplng the logic that a vote for him fa riddance a vote for the Mr Fernald in Knox. fRonkiand Get an outttt from Webster a I Hon. Bert M. Republican Co. today and begin Its use at once. candidate for Governor, comes into and guaranteed in Waterville ounty _____ TreMUe. U troly _ cum of the James Eatel. Mroacth ai death of James Bstell occurred wmTniT I w wo hospital iere Tuesday night PKAlSUUl llOUIIrUi of the complete outfit is aftep a 1UneSB. He was born to nothing If It fails to cure. London, April 29, 1838 aad was trade, i He enlisted Inf, at Cincinnati 1S81 and was discharged at approved March in f vmr of amendment wltt vote wffl vote bsJIof. ikl NEWSPAPFR( KNOW THVULP MAWML A popnlar Kedleal eMU
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