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Following the feast there were i games of several kinds, and then the races. The first was a peanut race for girls, and then the boys showed their speed and steady nerves. Near- ly all present had a chance to show their speed in the various kinds of races which followed. However, the men were willing to rest on their former records, none being willing to try to smash what they had prev- iously accomplished. The ladies thought they could do better than ever before, and proved they were right. The last event was the most Interesting. This was a race be- tween the winners of the two prev-.{ |pus races, The young lady again li won. and was awarded the prize. No, one seemed to regret they had come, Lhough some had~ thought in the l morning it was too busy a time for picnics. * I |h THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, PAID ADVERTISEM I{NT (PAID FOR BY STRANG & PRO~qER) II i HHI ,~ 5 cans Monopole soild pack Toma- toes for $1.00, Saturday only at John E. Chappell's. it--- M~ss Agnes Elliott and her father, of Eastern Oregon, were in the city last Friday for a short visit with lo- cal friends and acquaintances. Miss Elliott was a high school teacher in the local schools last year. SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION or Governor UNITE ON HARTLEY! Don't waste your vote---concentrate on the man who should and will be the next Governor of Washington. To elect Roland H. Hartley will be the greatest ad- vertisement the state of Washington can have. It mean a safe, sane, constructive four years---a fair, square deal for everybody, from the highest to the In the Superior Court of the State of[ lowest. Washington for Kllckltat County. l | Peter Hour and Otila Hoult, his |m wife. Plaintiffs.m IM Place the affairs of the state in the hands of a sue- [m The unknown heirs of James Landy, || cessful business man. deceased, also all other persons or |I parties unknown claiming any | [I right, title, estate, lien or interest l| If yOU want to keep increasing your taxes keep in the real estate described in the || complaint herein, Defendants. Ill The State of Washington to the|| professional politicians in office. said unl~o.wn heirs of James Landy, || deceased, also all other persons or l| parties unknown claiming any right, l| If yOU want to reduce your taxes elect a business title, estate, llen or interest in the B real estate described in the corn- mall to office. plaint herein, defendants: You and each of you are hereby summoned to appear within sixty Hartley's battle is for rigid economy, clean polities days after the date of the first pub- llcation of this summons, towlt: and the welfare of Was~ within sixty days after the 26th day of August, 1920, and de,end the Unite on Hartley. above entitled action in the above 1920. f ' entitled Court and answer to the A WOMAN AS OOLr~ ASSESSOR I Bridges, former port commissioner Gruver, President Business Men's I complaint of the plaintllf and serve HARTLEY CAMPAIGN COM~MITTEE I of Seattle, who may b~e nominatedi a co y of your answer upon the un- "[der~g~ned Attorneys for plaintiffs a R.R. FOX, CAMPAIGN MANAGER. Club, G N Campbell, Cashier Ka t It is not a new thing in Washing-I by convention as s candidate for Gee- lama State Bank; L. M. Sims, M. D.; ! their office below stated, and in case HEADQUARTERS: BUTLER H0~TE L, SEA2VPLE ton by any means, as women are erupt. Justice Bridges is an old res-wm ~,,rn,~ nru--ist" R A. Har- you fail so to do, Judgment will be ................. . rendered against you according to serving in that capacity in several ldent of Aberdeen and no relation pole, M~rchant; Ed White, City Mar- the demand of the complaint which shal" A R McClure Merchant; G has been filed with the clerk of said " " ~ ~' counties now, hut if Mrs. Melville is to Robert ..... " c el ourt. as follows, t~y, Washing- elected, she will be the first woman A separate ballot will be used in M. Coffey, Mgr. N. W. & Pac. T . The object of this action is tel W| of NWt and W| of SW~ of ton on page 413. to fill that position in Klickitat voting for supreme court Justices in .......... Co.; J. A. Clark, City Councilman; excludeqUiet titletheindefendantsthe plaintiffS,from anyand ln-tl[ Sec. 14, Twp. 6, ~4. It. 12, E. W. M. IZ. O. BROOKS, Attorney for plain- Tnomas cooper, ~rty UOUDClIma~ O| County. the primary and general elections, to , terest whatever in the f lowing] And to cancel a certain real es-I tiff. O1fice and post office ad- What the county wants is effic- distinguish it from the partisan pri- Hetty Lee Lewis, Manager Grange describ~ rea.l estate in. Klick!t~: [ tate mortgage on said lands found dress, Goldendale,, Kllckitat Coun- of record in Vol. 3, Mortgage Re-] ty, Wash. Aug. 2~-Oct. 7-7t lency in its officers and no one marles. The 1919 legislature drop- Store; Harold Nelson, Manager Nel- ~ounty, washington, ann uescr~eu, . . doubts Mrs. Melville's ability. There Is probably not a man in the county more familiar with its land values than she is. She has traveled from one end of the county to the Other by all modes of locomotion, by auto, by team, horseback and afoot, hav- ing tramped miles through forest trails in the west end of the county long before she had an~ idea of as- piring to this office, simply to sat- isfy her desire to thoroughly know the topography of the country in which she lived. She has been em- ployed in the office since March let, and is familiar with every detail of the work, and has had twenty years of experience In work along similar lines. You will make no mistake If you vote for Mrs. Melville. ped the word "Non-partisan" from son's Store; F. Warren, Warren's the title of the ballot and voters should call for the Judicial Election Ballot, if it is not handed them. ~OB SUPFA~IOI% JUDGE. Designation of the supreme court primary election as "non-p~rtisan" has given some voters the false im- pression that Justices J. B. Bridges, Chief Justice O. R. Holcomb and W. W, Tolman are appearing as ~candl- dates of the Non Pkrtiesn League forces. Under the law, all judicial elec- tion in the state are non-partisan, no party candidates being allowed. The Non Partisan League has maple no apparent move to take part in the supreme court election as an organ- lzation~ Justice J. B. Bridges is also being confused by some voters with Robert lie! II Hi Kalama, Washington, August 31st, 1920. To Whom It May Concern: We, the undersigned citizens and businem men of Kalama, Cowlttz County, Washington, being person- ally acquainted with Homer Kirby, candidate for Superior Judge of Cow- lltz, Skamanla and Kllckitat Coun- ties, and knowing his quallfisatlons, take pleasure in recommending Mr. Kirby as an able ~nd conscientious lawyer with a high sense of Justice and in every way well qualified to fill the position of Judge of the Su- perior Court. Mr. Kirby is thirty-eight years of age, has a wife and two children is a graduate of the University of Washington, has served one term as County Clerk of Cowlitz County and two terms as Prosec~ting Attorney, and has been practicing law at Ka- lama for about ten years, and Is con- sidered one of the strongest trial lawyers In the district. His stand- ing, socially and morally, is of the very best, and every time he has been before the people he has run sway ahead of his ticket, and it is our opinion that he will carry Cowlitz County by a very large majority. F. L. Thompson, Mayor; J.G. .i .... ! (Paid Advertisement) SUPREME COURT ]UDGF STAND FOR RE.ELECTION Justice J. I& ~ (Y~lef Justlee O. I~ Hotcomb mini Jm~dce Warrmt W. Tolmam are candidates to succeed themselves on the Suprem~ bench. Three are to be elected. We believe all are entitled to another term on acceunt of their honest, progressive service to the ~e@91e. A majority in the Primary September 14 elects. BRIDGES-H OL,COMB-TOI.,MAN COMMITTF~. Garage; James A. Fogarty, Mer- chant; V. E. Stevens, Merchant; E. A. Todd, Expressman; E. J. Hawkins Druggist; J. W. Poeth, Merchant; H. P. Bennett, EdRor Kaiama Bulletin; E. F. Wicker, Supt. Or- chard Water Co.; J. E. Stone, At- torney at Law; A. H. Imus, Attorney ~t Law; L. C. Mann, Abstracter; R. M. Gill|s, Civil Engineer; W. D. Kel- ler, Civil Engineer; J. D. Chisholm Prop. Kaiama Stea~a Laundry; Chas. A. Jensen, Editor Cowlitg County News; W. McClelland, Pres. Colum- bia Shingle Co.; E. W. Galther, City Councilman. OOMAN I~ ACTIVE. Supporters of Sen. Ed. T. Coman for the republican nomination for governor are enthusiastic over progress of his campaign since the Comma forces carried the battle into Western Washington three week ago. Satisfied that Coman had a safe lead in Eastern Washington over his five competitors for the nomination and recoguising We~tarn Washing- ton as the battle ground where the contest would be decided, head- quarters were opened in ~eattle in charge of John C. Lawrence, for~er chairman of the state public service commission. Later E. E. Flood. Frank M. Ooodwin and other prom- inent Eastern Washington men, who have'volunteered ~heir services in Coman's behalf, took charge of the Seattle fight, Lawrence opening headquarters at Tacoma. Senator Coman has been very busy speaking in Western Washington cities. This a~tlvlty has been reflected by recognition in the metropolitem press of Coman as a powerful contender for the noininstion. A Coman for Governor Club has been organized, with a large membership and the Coman campaign has been making rapid progress west of the moun- tains. I~BOR DAY PICNIC. The Goldendale Presbyterian and Orchard Heights Sunday Schooh held a union plcrdc at the Wood- land School, on September 6th. This event was well attended by children and adults. There was a greater number in attendance-faun had been expected, but there had been precaution taken so there was sufficient entertainment provided at the tables and all were satisfied with this important event of the day. Swin/~ were placed early in the morning, and there was almost con- (PAID ADVERTISEMENT) IrOR .$TATI TIt .ASU John Ort on REPUBLICAN PRIMARY SEPTEMBER 14th Read what the best treasurer Washington ever had has to say about Orton: "TO THE VOTERS OF WASHINGTON: "Greeting: This is to certify that I have known JOHN B. ORTON,.present Treasurer of Grays Harbor County, for the past fourteen years, tie Is now finishing nmhis s second term. His administration has been noted for Efficiency, Promptness and Courtesy. "He is a fine clerical man, with a good dear-tee of executive ability. Stands high in his community as a man of character and trustworthiness. commend him to any friends I may have in the State and assure them that any confidence they repose in him, or courtesy Shown, will be fully appreciated by the writes. Sincerely, JOHN G. LEWIS, Former State Treasurer." A vote for Often is a vote for a safe man who is controlled by no clique and one who may be trusted to do his full duty by the public. [ I I II I I I (Paid Advertisment) Southwestern Washington s CandMate/or i Mr. Bridges has been a resident of the State of Washington since 1890; practiced law at Aberdeen for 29 years; is a native of Indiana, graduating from Depauw Uunversity in 1895. In June, 1919, he was appointed to" the Supreme Court by Governor Hart to succeed Stephen J: C a w ek,