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   Hamilton Daily News (Newspaper) - October 30, 1926, Hamilton, Ohio                                TO ALL VOTERS you ready for the six courses to be served with eight-doliar-day in the election booths next Tuesday? With six separate bills of fare, here ore the dishes, rare, well done or otherwise: Charter Cocktail with prefer- ential cherry. kinds of judges with nonpar- tisan sauce. state and county offi- cers with partisan salt and pepper. 4 Constitutional smothered in onions and dope. bonds with whipped cream. and city building bonds sipped annd puffed over with coffee and cigars or cigarettes. With so much more to than ever before, the voting proceed more slowly tlran usual and for that reason the officials suggest that it will the best "to vote In Ohio the Secretary of State is the supervisor of all elections, the cuun- ty boards of ejections working under his instructions. At every voting place will be found a large poster headed "Instructions to Special attention is called nt this election to what is designated on that poster as instructinn number 3 which reads: "S'.ju are not allowed to occupy n voting she'f already occup'ed by an- other, nor to occupy a voting shelf for more than five minutes in case all the shelves arc in use and electors In order to mark properly six sep- arate ballots within the prescribed limit of five minutes, it will be well for all to become familiar with the six different ballots in advance of entrance behind the curtains 01 thn booths and for that purpose the News is publishing in th's issue copies of sample bal'ots. The only one of these six ballots that has any party emblem of designation, such as the Eagle or'the Rooste.r, is the one containing the names of the candi- dates of different parties for U. S. Sciia'tor, Congressmen, state and county offices. The easiest and quick- est way to vote this ballot is "to vote straight" by simply putting a .cross mark in the circle below the eagle, rooster, or other party emblems and just- above the name of the party at the head of the ticket. The poster of Continued on Page 20 CHARTER BALLOT Hamilton, the proposed charter as reported by the Charter Commis-' sion of the City of Hamilton, be i i j'i JUDICIAL TICKET For Chief Jitttice of (he Supreme Court, (Vote tor not trun OM) WILLIAM J. FORD CARRINGTON T. MARSHALL For Judge of the Supreme Court, iVou for not more than two) EDWARD S. MATTHIAS N. CRAIG McBKIDE HARRY L. CONN THOMAS A. JONES For Judge of the Court of Appeals, (or not more than one) ROBERT Z. BUCHWALTER CHARLES L. SWAIN For Judge of the Court o[ Common Pleas For Short Term, (Vote for not more than one) E. J. KAUTZ W. C. SHEPHERD PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION (Proposed by Pctltlojt) this amendment it is proposed to give to the general sembly the right to provide by law for the nomination of all elective of- cers, but it the right to1 lominate by petition if nomina- tions are made by conventions, the' Jelegates to the convention shall chosen hy the direct vote of the elec- tors. The delegates to the Naitonal conventions of political parties shall be chosen as now provided by the! constitution. Be it Resolved by the people of the State of Ohio that Art'cle V, Sect on 7, of the Constitution of the State of 3hjo be amended and a new section to be designated Section 8, of said articles be added to read as fojlows: ARTICLE V. Section 7. All nominations for elective state, district, county, town- ship and municipal officers, and for United States Senator, shall me made 'n such manner and by such method as may be provided by law, but the right to be nominated by petition! Sec. 8. All delegates from this state to the national conventions of political parties shall be chosen by direct vote of the electors. Each candidate for such delegate shall state his first and second eho'ces for wTiich preferences shall be printed upon the primary ballot below the name of such candi- date, but the name of no candidate for the- presidency shall be so used without his wrftten authority. Schedule If the votes for the above proposal exceed those against it, this amend ment shall take effect and original Section 7 of Article V, of the Con- stitution of the State of Ohio shall be repealed and annulled. YES NO Shall the Amendment be adopted? SOCIALIST LABOR TICKET For Governor, VIC DONAHEY For Lieutenant-Governor, EARL D. BLOOM For Secretary of State, STEPHEN M. YOUNG For Treasurer of State, JOHN W. PATTISON For Attorney-General, CIIAS. B. ZIMMERMAN For United States Senator ATLEE POMERENE For Rep. to Congress, T. A. McCANN For Senator to the General Assembly, D. H. DeARMOND For Representative to the General Assembly, (Vote for not more than two) CYRUS J. FITTON W. M. GOODWIN7 For Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas. G. K. TOM SNIDER For Sheriff, GEORGE O. KLONEKER For County Aud'tor, JOHN HARLAN For County Commissioner D. M. DUNWOODY For County Treasurer JOSEPH If. DuBOIS For County Recorder, KARL W. EBERLING For Prosecuting Attorney, JOHN P. ROGERS For Coroner, EDWARD COOK For Governor, MYERS Y. COOPER For Lieutenant-Governor, JAMES 0. MILLS For Secretary of State. CLARENCE J. BROWN For Treasurer of State, BERT BUCKLEY For Attorney-Genera) EDWARD C. TURNER For United States Senator, FRANK B. WILLIS For Rep. to Congress ROY G. FITZGERALD For Senator to the." Genera! Assembly, J. LOAVRT MILLER For Representative to the General Assembly, (Vote for not more than two) C. C. F.U.KENSTINF. O. P. McCORMICK. Fo Clerk nf the Court of Common Pleas, GEORGE R. ROBERTS For Sheriff, L. E. EPPERSON For County Auditor, STANLEY H. KINZER For County Commissioner W. L. SHAEFFER For County Treasurer ELIZABETH DECKER For County Recorder, MAYE MORRIS For Prosecuting Attorney, H. H. HAINES For Coroner, II. A. SCHIRRMAN For Governor, JOSEPH W. SHARTS For Lieutenant-Governor WM. L. SLUSSER For Secretary of State, HARRY SCHREIBER For Treasurer of State, JACOB H. OJALA For Attorney-General, For United States Senator. For Rep. to Congress, For Senator to the General Assembh' For Representative to General Assembly, otc (or not more than two) Fur Clerk of the Cwrt of Common For Sheriff, For County Aud'tor, For County Commissioner For County Treasurer For County Recorder, For Prosecuting Attorney, For Coroner, For Governor, ANNA K. STORCK For Lieutenant-Governor FELIX J. CATLIN For Secretary of State, WALTER FREEMAN For Treasurer of State, JOHN ROWE For Attorney-General, FRED BROWN For United States Senator, JOHN D. GOERKE For Rep. to Congress For Senator to the General Assembly, For Representative to the General Assembly, Vote for not more than two) For Clerk of the Court of Common Plens, For Sheriff, For County Auditor, For County Commissioner For County Treasurer For County Recorder, For Prosecuting Attorney, For Coroner, For Representative to the General Assembly, 'Vote for not more than two) JESSE JAMES WILLIAMS HAMILTON BOND BALLOT SEWER BONDS For an of bonds by the City of Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, for the purpose of paying the cost and ex- pense of constructing a storm sewer through the present Crawford's Run Ditch in East Hamilton, Ohio, from the end of the present 120- inch concrete sewer, West of the Miami and Erie Canal, to the East property line of Hancock Avenue; also storm sewers iit nil that territory bounded on tho South by Crawford's Run Ditch; North by Heaton Street, and Fair- grove Avenue; West by the Miami and Erie Canal; and FJast by the Enst Corpora- tion Line of tho City of Hamilton, Ohio, in the sum of .Three Hundred Thousand Dollars, and the levy of taxes outside of existing limitations, esti- mated by the County Audi- tor to average .194 nulls, for a maximum period of twenty-five (25) years, to pay the principal and inter- est ,on such bonds. YES For an tesue of bonds by the City pf Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, for the purpose- of paying the cost and ex- pense of constructing a storm sewer through the present Crawford's Run Ditch in East Hamilton, Ohio, from the end of the .present 120- inch concrete sewer, West of and Erie Canal, to the East property line of Hancock Avenue; also storm sowers ire nil that territory bounded on the South by Crawford's Run Ditch; North by Heaton Street and Faiv- grove Avenue; West by the Miami and Erio Canal; and East by the East Corpora- tion Lino i3f the City of Hamilton, Ohio, in the sum of Three Hundred 'Thousand Dollars, and the levy of taxes outside of existing limitations, esti- mated by the County Audi- tor to average .194 mills, for a maximum period of twenty-five (25) years, to pay the principal and inter- est on such bonds. NO. CITY BUILDING BONDS For an issue of bonds by the City of Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, for tho pur- pose of paying the cost and expense of providing for a new City Building for a pub- lic hnll and public offices for the City of Hamilton, Ohio, by purchasing the necessary lantl adjoining the present City Hall site and erecting, furnishing and equipping H new City Building for a pub- lic hall and public offices thereon, in tho sum of Four Hundred Thousand 000.00) Dollars, and a levy of taxes outside of existing limitations, estimated by the County Auditor to average .261 mills, for a maximum period of twenty-five (25) yenrs, the principal and interest on such bonds. YES. For an issue of bonds by the City of Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, for the pur- pose of paying the cost and expense of providing for a new City Building for n pub- lic hall and public offices for the City of Hamilton, Ohio, by purchasing the necessary lard adjoining the present City Hall site and erecting, furnishing and equipping a new City Building for a pub- tic hall and public offices thereon, In the sum of Four Hundred Thousand 000.00) Dollars, and a levy of taxes outside of existing limitations, estimated by the County Auditor to average .261 mills, for a maximum period of twenty-five (25) ytmn, to pay the princlpsl and interest on such bonds. NO. SOND an iwue of bonds Board of Education Hamilton City of Butler for the purpose of a erecting fireproof school furnishing and said school house, sum of Five and a levy of of existing estimated by Auditor to mills, for a of twenty-four to the interest on such an iteue at bonds Board of Education Hamilton City of Butler for the purpose of chasing a site, erecting fireproof school furnis.Mng and equipping said Bchool house, sum of Five and a kvy of of existing eistrmated by Auditor to mills, for a maximum of twenty-four to pay the interest on such   

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