Anaconda Standard (Newspaper) - November 3, 1912, Anaconda, Montana THE ANACONDA STANDARD SUNDAY MO NOVEMBER 3. 1912. G.O. P. TICKET BEST It an economical and efficient admin- istration of the affairs the county Is ivliat guides the voters next Tuesday, the republican county ticket will bo elected to a man. A comparison of the three county tickets in the field 'will convince any man that the re- publican nominee for office is the fitted and best qualified to con- duct the office. In" many Instances they are men that have been tried and ttsted in the office for which they arc (nominated. Tlie TivUet. Every nYan on the republican legis- 'lativi ticket is a veteran, and if there a.iy place 'where familiarity with work and acquaintanceship with ipublic men of the state count it is ;the legislature. No new and untried man can hope to accomplish much for 'ails constituents the first term he 'serves in the legislature. handi- capped by lack of knowledge of rou- tine, lack of experience, lack of ac- quaintance with the. men who do ithings and by a. lack of knowledge as !to what his constituents really want The voters of Deer Lodge county iliave an opportunity to send a delega- tion to the legislature in which even! fcmenrbor has made good at this election is .poor policy to swap horses in midstream it is especially pool 'business to substitute an untried man for one that has a make-good recon [behind him. Every business man 'knows that. 'Senator IT. Dmmlcnil. Senator Dunnigan, the republican for slate senator, stands upon the platforms adopted his party in the nation, state and IctV'nty. He believes that whori the ltouvvtry cnjoyimg the greatest pros- ''peritl' it ever has it would be folly to :mako ,a change from the certainty of 'continuvxl prosperity to uncertainty. 131 is good business sense to select the tocst .mail in tho community for the important of state senator. Senator lyunnlgan was always on the job and missed a .day and an- swered to more roll calls than any other senator. Here Is his record on the primary bill: No. 2 the Iowa primary law, -passed the Eenate by 16 iTepubllcan votes. --.The democratic .house passed the Oregon nrlmary bill. The senate refused 'to act on It There was; a conference which drafted a bill providing for preferential vote on 'United State Beirf regard to.criticism of: T. .Ji.Walsl as to his reccrd, jDUnnLga asks why did not Mr. t tils criticize the house for. refusing to pas the Iowa bill. Mr. has probajil forgotten that _ Norris. ,ap Iiointed a convmissloin "which agreed o tho Iowa, bill, whlcre the. noose ha previously turned dawn. Then Go> ernor Norris offered! to call-, an extr session to have this law passed., The reason why K .senators ref.uB( to pledge to vote for th measure in an extra. session' is'that- would have cost tljo .taxpayer of th state from J60.000 Co JIOO.MO, and be cause in the meantime the People iPower league had drafted i and, pre pared for presentation to -poop' a direct primary law.. There ai ome politicians who would rather rust the legislature than the people. ul Senator Dunnigan and 15 other enators would rather ylrust the people hcmselves to pass a direct primary ncasure. Although Mr. Walsh violat- il his pledge by his action at the Bal- Imoro convention, Senator Dunnigan vill vote for him for United States sen-' tor if tho people indicate by their ircferentlal vote that they want him. people's will Is Senator Dunnigan's With reference to the military bill. Jho bill came from the house to the ;enato on the forty-third day of the iesslon and was referred to the milt- ury committee. Senator Dunnigan ras not a. member of that committee. Stout, dem'ocratic candidate for congress, was tho chairman of that committee and reported that It The bill was before the senate 16 days. During those 16 days Senator Dunnl- -an asked representatives of labor, and there were at least SO or more union card holders there, and not one of them raised his voice against the bill rna representative of the Silver Bow trades council had time to report against the bill two times while It was In the senate. Did any one hear ani> protest apalnst it until after tho senate adjourned? Senator Dun iilgan did not. .The hill was. ex plained as one in conformity with the United States law and'no protest, wa raised agalnsfit.- Can Senator Dunn! gaii be criticised for voting for a meas use against which there was-no pro lest and objection? Senator Dunnigan does not claim h never mistakes. Hut he does assei that whenever he Is shown that he ha made a mistake .he will gladly correc it. His his duty as a islator is to carry out the will of th ueople and lie has always done so an lis will be his policy in the future, as lias been ill the past. This, coupled Ith tho standing -anti inlluence he lined during, the last legislature ami Is aptitude for, conscientious ork, miikes ..him the best man that Lodge can choose next ucsclay for the important ofh'ce ot tato senator. Mireseiilntlvc Unfold X. lllnfce. Harold N. Blake, the republican ominee for representative, was a nember of the Ninth, Tenth and 'welfth legislative assemblies and node a brilliant record in each, lie ias been a resident ot Anaconda for he past nine years. He is a mechan- cal engineer by profession and i. graduate of the University of Mon- .ana; He served IS months in the. Spanish war and the Philippine insur- rection. In-lOOS he was a cleric in the United Slates senate and for the nexi two years 'ho-' was secretary ot the Spanish treaty claims commission. H was appointed' census supervisor I'm- the-FU-st'distrlct of Montana when the last censtis.jwas taken. He is 'Among -some of the more important measures supported by Mr. Blake Vhite'a.memb'ei1 of the Ninth. Tenth aiid Twelfth assemblies were following: Providing for a rail- road (commissioner; prohibition of the employment' 'of children in under (rro'und mines..' mills, smelters, etc.; the bight-hour .day', on all works carried on by pr -'controlled by municipal, county 'or state 'governments and in mills, 'snielters and 'iinuerirround I'i 'breVcnt blacklisting of employes; moat and' milk'- 'Inspection: public printing within 'the state; employers' liability; 'fixing the maximum rate for the trans- 'iiortatlbn" of passengers by any rail- road 'in Montana; pure food; primary lections; to secure better safety to perators and passengers upon rail- oad trains; to regulate the hours of abor of locomotive engineers, firemen nd trainmen; providing for the in- latlvc and referendum; sanitary reg-' latlons for mines; to compel street, ailwa'ys to protect certain of thcrj mploycs from the inclemencies el tho to create and provide c dis- bility fund for paid fire departments'' o prohibit bucket shops; memorial: to ongress for direct election of Unitcci senators; to provide fire, hotels, lodging houses, pro- hibiting the desecration of the LJhitcfl itates flag; to limit the hours' or labor if telegraph operators, trick tlla- latchers, express messengers'and bag- gagemen on ail railroads .in Montana; preventing superintendents, fore- men, etc., from soliciting :and receiv- money or other valuable' for or on account of employing ov continuing to employ any person -or promising agreeing to'do so; to prohibit of four-wheel cabooses, known as "dinky" cabooses, on all railroads hi the-state of Montana; regulating tho hours of labor in state institutions; the recall of public officers; restricting'the sale of convict-made to tho coercing or compelling persons not to Join labor organisations or to ccaso membersblp therein; to reqtiln instruction of pupils In all schools ii fire dangers and prevention: the so calleU full-crew bill: to establish state hdanltal for the treatment of .'til berculosla and miners' consumption measures favorable to tho soldiers an sailors of tho civil war, Spanish wa and Philippine insurrection; to pro hlbit white slavery. Mr. .Blake has also been an earnes advocate of all legislation for tho bet ter protection for fish and game; for the upbuilding of our state educational institutions; for reforms in court pro- cedure: for the protection of the stock grower and farmer; for liberal consid- eration for those who light in our na- tion's wars, and for the moral and physical betterment of our people. Mr. Blake introduced a. bill in the louse of the Tenth legislative assem- bly providing for tho payment of in- terest on state funds which, with amendments, became a and the state has since 'the enactment oc tho aw received in interest on public moneys more than per annum. Prior" to this time the state treasurer appropriated whatever interest was paid on state funds. Mr. Blake feels that if he had done nothing else dur- ing his entire legislative career, this, one act alone should'commend him to the favorable consideration of his con- stituency. C. SvricU. Deer lodge County Republican Ticket For Slate W. H. DUNNIGAN. For .HARdLD'-BUAKE. A. 11ALSTON. C. SWICK. For County C. A. TUTTLE, six-year term. BEN" D. MAHAN, four-year term For H. A. CONYNE. -For Clerk of the-Courts-- A'. G. GOLDBERG. For Clerk and J. H. BI.ACKSTONE. For ROBKRT? .J. DUNN. For Assessor-T- il. S. NBAL. For T, P. STEWART. For County Superintendent o JOHNSON. For HARRY'FORD. For Justice of the JAMBS PRINGLE. house in. the past two sessions. An matter-; that was referred to one .his was sure to receiv serious consideration at once. Th accounts for Mr. Swlck's state-wido reputation of being one of the most useful and Industrious commltteemen that over served in such legislative 'capacity. Horn in New York state, his life has been devoted to the plain, invigorat- ing routine or hard work. He joined -the typographical union in the early and has held positions on New York, Washington and Denver papers. He came to Anaconda 13 years ago and since that time he hag been tho chief proofreader on the Standard. In his labors as a servant of has absolutely nothing to apologize1 or, for his every act was inspired by ho believed to _be right and for le best interests of his county and late. Having lived the life of the plo- eer in Montana since 1865, knowing ho trials and struggles of the men nd women that have made Montana he great commonwealth .it now is, he as absolutely divested himself of all ilterior considerations in his action on natters before the legislature. Mr. Ralston has an honorable 'war ccord. He served three years in the ebellion as a member of the One Hun- Ired and Third Illinois infantry, par- Icipating in all the campaigns in which he regiment did. Since coming to llontanaiu 1865 tin'has lived! the life of tho real old-timo West. He drove stage for five years and every pioneer in the state knows him le'r'sonally. Since 1SSO he has lived on ils magnificent' ranch in the Big Hole jasin. He is one of the heavy taxpay- ers of the county. In 1S71 he married Miss Mary L. Cox. There are four children as the result of Ibis union. Mr. Ralston ,is now engaged In the stock business and- knows the needs of that industry as well as the farming industry- in gen- eral and-is zealous in watching out tor- their welfare in1 the legislature.- Mr. Ralston was born In Pennsylva- nia in'1W5 on Independence day. He attended the schools of lhal state until 1861, when he .moved- tOKIHlnols. After the war he returned to Illinois for a short time before coming to..Montana. Before settling on his stock ranch at Ralston he..engaged in various, lines of business In many parts of the state. There is perbaps.no man in tho legis- lature that has a wider and more com- prehensive, idea of the needs of al _ Ralston. parts of the state than Mr. Ralston. In tho legislature .he distinguished himself' for tho quiet and industrious application to all matters that were of particular interest -to the people he served. He has the confidence of the the people he has "been governed entirely what he 'believed to be right and men who do tilings because of the soundness or his' judgment and the correctness of. his reasoning when ap- plied to intricate measures. For these reasons he will prove one of the most, effective members of the next assembly and the people of Deer Lodge county will lose the services of one of their most efficient servants if they fail to re-elect him this coming Tuesday. The entire republican legislative ticket Senator W. H. Dunnigan. Rep- resentatives Blake, Swlck Ralston, mill tried men. and-thalr, allies..tlie.bull. mposers. Be- ginning with a whoop' based on noth- ing more than the hope that the: third, party would succeed in its mission1 of revenge and spite, the democrats, now that .the third termers have fizzled, face certain defeat and it is all the harder lo accept It grace- fully because of the vaunting and boasting of the earlier cftmpaign. The people have found that -the- bull moose movement- is one based purely on a spirit of vindictlveriess and petty spite'and that a'v'ote of their candidates Is a vote for the democrats, and- the 'result is that the so-called "progressive" party has fizz'ed igno- and with H the hopes of the democrats.- As the campaign progressed and tne voters had time, and opportunity to study the candidates and'make com- parisons of the men- on different "the -republicans have gained steadily in 'strength until today every prospecl indicates'that, every nominee on the .ticket will'be elected. No ticket'- was ever presented, to the peo- ple of Deer. Lodge'county on, which every nominee was so peculiarly fitted to perform .'the duties-o'f the office he seeks.' -Every nominee-is a representa- tive citizen: In -its candidates' for county, com- the republican party is es- pecially, fortunate. The board of county commissioners la to the-county what the--board of! directors is to a great'' corporation: 'TJp'on their 'busi- ness ability "depends the .prosperity of the county. If the business affairs of the county are poorly managed, taxes- must: iiicrense and the, public debt grow. C. A. Tuttle, republican nominee for the ulx-year term, has been chairman ot the board for the past six years and during this period Leas" countv bos made more progress than ever and its aftairs have been admin- istered w.ith tile same business ability and sagacity of -that of a large corpora- tion or a banlc. -The tax levy has been and taxpayers of the county cannot af- ford to pass up the opportunity of se- curing his services at, this election, A G. Goldberg is the republican nominee for clerk of the courts. That he Is competent perform the duties of this office is attested by the suc- cess which has characterized every em- ployment in which he, has engaged In. Genial and hail-fellow-well-met, ho has hosts of friends i'n every part oC nltv and county ani.1 in all political iho" duties of that" the work oC which is peculiarly intricate anC tech- nical Good business sense assures tue- election of Mr. Blackstone. familiarity with the 11 parts tho county and the'fact that M6 Has, increased the as- sessment ot corporation holdlngs__and perienced. His values in C L. Swick'hns represented the peo- ple of Deer Lodge county at the last two sessions of the legislature. The very fact that he has been twice elect- ed to tho important office of legislator in the hpusc Is an illustration ot one of Che trrciu boasts ,lhe American people, that the man who is faithful lo his trust, honest In-Ilia-.work, tear- IPSS and courageous In: his opinions, will be remembered ami given addi- tional rewards. The republican party -again has se- lected Mr. Swlck as one' of the nom- inees for the legislature and the con- sensus Is that he-will go to Helena next January and what either of his opponents, both un- tried men, will do. 1TP Stewart: the republican noini- nee for countvi attorney, by. his record "o? t'he past two years, In. that. omco Is sioner, is one "of the ,s composed of trained They have records that guarantee that tliev will prove efficient, able and m- iq In looking out' for tile in- terests of Deer Lodge county in the lesis'ature.' Is it good sense, good business or good po.licy. ,..to. replace ih'ein liy men whatever else may be said againwt them, hayu not training, experience, mental 'eciuip- me'nt Viability -'Or standing among tlieir fellows that these four repre- sentative citizens and able legislators 'Thciy have signed statement No. 1. pledging themselves 'o vota ;for, thu poople's choice for States; sen-, at-or. is-to the solid and substan- tial business men of Anaconda and he will bring the same good sense and business efficiency to the conduct of the county's business that have made him so conspicuously successful as a busi- ness man Tile county cannot afford to lake advantage oE the opportunity to secure these men for its business managers. Maladministration of the sheriff's of- fice often proves costly to the taxpay- ers of the county, besides causing, a irreat deal of: dissatisfaction in other respects. In II. A.'Conyne. the repub- lican nominee'for this important of- fice tho voters of Deer Lodse county an'opportunity to secure a. man 1 everything e SMP1QB DENIOCRHTS TU.ESOW CHAIRMAN P. T. SEES VIC- TOUY FOIV of.red fire.; Nc-w, on the eve of elec- tion, after calmly looking back over tho campaign, we feel that with one ol the best tickets ever placed before tho people of this county, we can lently leave it to the voters iTHE ESTIMATES VARY WIDELY Kvcn chairman of hull to victory nlicn.l, ivlillr rcimlllloiinn clnlm lnrEi! lor their cimilldnlo. of this county- to roll up one of the most sweep'lng victories ever recorded for .1 democratic ticket. We clnlm a sub- stantial plurality in the county for our national, state and county tickets. "P. T. O'liRIEN, "Chairman Democratic County Central Committee." This is the way W. L. Collins, chair- man ol the republican county central filed at our hoa'diiunrtprs yesterday. We believe it to be a conservative one. "CHART.ES ONOSE, "Chairman the Progressive County Central Committee." SLANDER ON CATHOLICS FALSE ON FACE OF IT While there will be some wo: committee, feels about it: "We feel confident from reports re- ceived from our stale committee and other reliable .Information received from nlvora parts of the state, that Taft will carry the slale by about plurality and that the entire repub- lican state ticket will be elected by pluralilies.ranging from for Lieu- tenant Governor Allen and Charles rk .lone Pray to S.OOO for the balance of the rK ticket. Deer Lodge county will give The subjoined recently print- ed in tho Ueadvillo- (Pa.) Triblmc- was written by Prof. Christie, professor in Ibo Theological seminary in Republican Francs A. Unitarian, that city: ICditor of the Tribune-Republican: I have been shown a prinled slip ;onday, the campaign practically clos- Tatt'and our state ticket pluralities of the pluralities they expect. Following is the estimate by Chair- man O'Brien of the democratic cen- tral committee: "The democratic county central com- mittee at the outset of this campaign our county ticket will be elected by al least 300 OOTjUNS, "Chairman Republican county Central Committee." Kven the bull moosers are optimistic, according to Charles Onose, chairman Beware of Imitations and Cheap Substitutes Baker's Breakfast Cocoa IS THE STANDARD FOR QUALITY For all those whose occupations re- quire clear heads and steady nerves, as well as those in poor health or of delicate digestive powers, it is the ideal beverage. TRADE-MARK ON EVERY PACKAGE Booklet of Choice Recipes Sent Free Walter Baker Co. Ltd. Dorchester, i1. 17SO whlch'is bolnsr private'y circulated ant I have been asked what I think about it. It pretends.to be a copy of a blonj- cnrdllng oath taken by members tile Knights of Columbus, the 'well-known Catholic society. I deem it a social duty to publish the fact that such a document is circulated and to pro' it against the outrageous deception at- tempted, not only because it does n grievous wrong to our fellow citizens who are Catholics, but also bccausi il insults, the intelligence of ,tis .who are not Catholics. I have no knowledge whatever of the rules of the Knightu of Columbus, but any man with at least a 'minimum 'of common sense can pronounce the circular a falsehood on tho first siebt of it. I nnv disturbed at this document, not because T fear that many Protestants will be deceived by il, bul because tho people who are capable of invcntni such things are a social menace. I any perron has been deluded by this circular, let him remember how he de tho credulty of Russian Chris tians when they believed Jewish neigh bors guilty of brutal murder. Let him remember how he laughed at trios Kuropoon Catholics who were taken in by I-es Taxll's bogus revelations con- cerning diabolical practices of Free him remember how be applauded the good sense of other Catholics who, without waiting for proof, denounced Taxil as a swindler before ho confessed the swindle. When Tamil's revelations began to appear I asked a Jesuit father what he thought of it. His repy was: "He must bo in- sane." That is the way healthy Amer- can sense deals with such thlnga. Now that I am asked what I think of the printed slip In circulation, I answer that If the author is not insane he thinks that tho rest of-us are.insanely gullible, and we may be sure that some other motive than religion controls, him. FRANCrs'-A. CHRISTIE. Reiiulillcn-u County Ticket. days of the campaign afe: troublous ones for the democrats public life, whose judgment is able and whose respect for the law will insure fair and vigorous handling ot M violations of the law. The Voters work of public prosecutor -as has Mr. Stewart. Wrongdoers have been vlB- orouslv prosecuted, but never ha., Mr. Stewart used his oftlco for grand- standing at the expense of the county and for the purposes of making po- Johnson, the republican nomine? for--'county superintendent of "chools is undoubtedly the best quali- fied person, both in training and ex- perience, that could be selected -to have charge of the educational affairs of the cpun.ty. She is a fine ot Ihe educator, who, Instead ot tailing into a rut. is constantly reaching out for better things. As an Instance of this is her organization a sewins class for young girls before the city was able to 'afford- instruction in do- Harry Ford, the republican nominee- 'for coroner, is ono of 'the sterling voung men' of the and elected will Blvo the office tho vigor- ous and- able. attention that it de- mands No man higher in tho community for all that makes for citizenship than Mr. Ford, and the. in- dications all point to his triumphant election next Tuesday. James Pringle. the republican nomi- nee for Justice of the peace. Is known as the best justice that Deer Lodgo county ever had. His study of the law. his fairness and .Impartiality and his good, sound Judgment Justify the insistence of tho business men of the city that he accept the' For pianos call on First-class rooms, 315 B. Schlltz beer on draught at the Office, Charles Bostrom will no to George- own today. James Cosens made a trip to D Lodge yesterday. Mrs. Gust Anderson was a Bntto visitor yesterday. Mrs. R. C. Mooney visited with Butte friends yesterday. a business visito GEOrtGB BI.AKOVICII. C. Keppler, L. L. La Rose, F. II. Iain and L. L. Funk. Dr I F Kpelmaii 'returned yesterday a'trip to North Yakima, Wash. John Wagner, a miner of the George- own district, arrived in the city yes- erday. Mrs -Joe- returned yesterday evening from a short visit with Butta friends. parents. BIES OF INJURIES1 OXI3-IJBAD, COKE INJUnED DEFECT IN IRON THE CAUSE, For Seven- room modern house I John Tj< .Buffers a com- SUlUVBr' r'Bll< nDklC -tai-lcd for the war. 'All their fellow living in Anaconda were at the Butte, Anaconda Pacific sta tion to see them off. .Both are fine, husky young fellows and each with half a chance ought to be able to put 20 Turks out of commission per day. PATRIOTIC SERVIANS LEAVE_FOR THE WAR Anaconda has contributed her quota of KoMlcrs to tho army1 of Servla in her desperate war with Turkey. Last week two Servian residents .of the city, George Blakovlch anil Tony. Bodj-or, I brass band and TOXY tears flowe. They do cthrert that they .-eturn as spo as tho war Is over, end if they do thn will he met nt thn station by tbci n and countrywomen with Cheers rent the air and when they took the train. Tl cthrert that'they would ,-eturn Norris Climer was in Butte yesterday. Dr. A. G. Ralston of Ralston spen yesterday In the city, lira. Mike Doyle spent yesterda with friends at Mrs. Stockton Vcazey spent yester- day with Butte friends. D. C. Graham of Aurora, III., Is vis- ing friends in the city. Mr. arid Mrs. Patrick McArdle- left esterday for Sal-; Capt. Willal.-n Kelly transacted fcnsl- ess at Butte yesterday. Miss Mae Gallagher Is spending Sun- ay'with friends at Butte. For lodging house. L bargain. 8V4 Mrs: W. L. Collins visited with riends at Butte yesterday. Monte Strickland of Race Track spent yesterday In the city. J.'R. Blackstone was a business vis- tor to Georgetown yesterday. Dave. Morgan returen-3 yesterday from a. business trip to iJnttu. A splendKi five-year-old whiskey, J3 gallon. Cash Liquor 1 Vacuum carpet. cleaning -.naohlnes rented; .Bell, telephone 191 Mfss Ruth Llbby. teacher of plann Studio room 320, Montana For sale, five-room plastered house, 611 Chestnul. W. H. V A Ralston returned yesterday to his home at Ralston after spending several days in the city. Howard Harper, who underwent an operation at St. Ann's hospital, was removed to his home yesterday. The county commissioners spent yes- tterday at Gregson, where they in- spected the new road to that resort. rcanH ol nnconncioijlt Ions ilmo from tlic shocli. Chris Chrlstianson is dead and John L. Daugherty' and W. S. Heck are in the hospital as the result of an acci- dent at the blast furnace yesterday, noon. The men, with others, were working on the coke conveyor, which supported by a tower. Suddenly Edward Harris has sold to Rudolph coriVeyor crashed to the ground. block The ........_ tional forest were closed yesterday be- cause of the dcalh of Vice President Sherman. rpn is given as the cause of -.the col- offices of tho Deer Lodge na- of tno conveyor. tiansen who was rushed to tha died at 6ilO o'clock last even- rng from a wound In the back caused by the penetration of a piece of L. C. Herrick, cashier of the'Anacon- la Copper Mining company on the hill, ern points. tural lon. Daugherty sustained a, compound fracture of the right anklo. returned yesterday from a trip to east- Jt believed that his leg will not have to be amputated. Heck, who Itt a machinist, regained consciousness last evening. He is suffering from Mrs. Patrick Sweeney and two chil- dren loft yesterday for St. Paul. They are accompanying the remains of tbelr husband and father. Alaska radiator compou.nd will not freeze, will not boil; one filling lasts the whole season. For sale at Main Street "To the Voters of Deer Lodge ly: If I am elected sheriff of _ Deer. Lodge county, I will enforce all the laws of the state. Including, of the anti-gambling laws, 'without fear or favor I shall not. wait for the filing of complaints, but I will promptly and thoroughly investigate all rumors of gambling and, if necessary, I will raid gambling dens, arrest the gamblers and seize and destroy all gambling paraphernalia, as directed by law. In my efforts to suppress gamblng I shall expect the hearty co-oporatlon of the I concussion of the brain. Elmer Ensmlnger, Hans Ferkln and I? A Thorson also fell, but escaped with minor Injuries. Many others had is at the undertaking rooms ol C. A. Tuttle. The arrangements for the funeral will be announced later.________ To the voters of Deer Lodge county md to my take notlco (Signed) <o Property Oirncra. Mias Nell Shiohan nrijvisd last even- Ing to spend Sunday with Iwv niolhu. Articles of Incorporation for the Modoc Mining company, capitalized nt (250000, wero filed yesterday. The in- corppraiors W. M. Montgomery, county attorney. certainly will be taxes a at the -now duo and 'are office of the 'county treasurer. It not paid on or before suppressed if I am sheriff. I lhe 30th day oTNovember, 1812, make my position with reference to p. the law makes an ad- I 0J'10 per to the amount of taxes, and requires that property, upon which said taxes are delinquent' shall bo immediately advertised thls matter Miles Kolly. too plain -Adv. or emphatic.