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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 12 August 1904

A COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN GHAHE, I'UHUSHKR. KKtablißhe4,lßT7. Entered at the postofflee at Colfax ac second clasn matter. Subscription. $2 OO a year- HI.SO If paid In advance. Six months, in advance. 7fSc. Single copies sc. Official paper of the City of Colfax. O. K. & N. Time Card. To Portland. *M Pm- To Spokane <i:ls a.m. 4:00 p.m. To Pendleton 10:45 am. 8:15 |..m. From Moscow $fc4sa.in. :!:4") p.m. To Moscow 10:f>0a.m. .S:2O p.m. KKPIJBIiICAN TIOKBT National. For President: THEODORE ROOSEVELT. For Vice President: CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS. State. PFor CongresH—Will E. Humphrey of King, Wesley L. Jonen of Yakima and Francis W. Cushman of Pierce. For Governor-Albert K. Mead of What com. For Lieutenant Governor- Charles K. Coon of Jefferson. For Secretary of State Sam H. Nichols of Snohomish. For State Treasurer - George G. Mills of Thuraton. For State Auditor —('. W. UUHUon of Kitaap. For Attorney General—John 1). Atkinson of Chelan. For Land Commissioner—X. W. Koss of Cowlitz. Fo...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 12 August 1904

I^All Around the County liA CKOBSE liOCAIiS. Mm* May Miller, of Colfax.caroe down lasf Sunday for several days visit with her friend, Retina Bowman. Misfl Daisj Tuel is now domiciled at tb« Hotel La Croase. 8 ;i Walker spent a few hours in our town Tuesday. \l. I". Tomer was at the town of Wil- COI iii <lif early part of the week. J. T. Rillups is a patient at the Colfax hospital Hiiffi-rinn with pneumonia. \\. H. Rodolph is now a resident of Winona. He is the Pacific Coast Ee vator HH*nt at that place. Iru Camp, auent for the Pacific Coast Elevator company at Pampa, was a Saoda; visitor. Mark Uite, of Adams, Ore., is visiting his uncles, J H. and A. J. Snobe. Will ftixl Clyde Buchholz, of Walla Walla, arrived Tuesday to help harvest. Mm. Greene and Mr*. Gildersleve were in town Monday and Tuesday. Mm. 11. S. Kldridge has rented her residence to F. M. Bowman of the Fair Mercantile Co. Mm. T H. Shobe made a flying visit to Adams, Ore, to see her sister-in-law Mrs. Elite, Inat week...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 12 August 1904

r, Margaret Haley Leader In the War on Chi- cago Tax Dodgers WHEN the story of the Chicago vote for municipal owner ship of street railways comes to be fully known it will also lie known that this result was pro ■laced largely through the work of wo men. Those women are public school teachers, and their leader is Miss Mar piroi Haley, president of the Chicago Teacher-' federation; also of the \a tional Federation of Teachers. At the beginning of the winter of iv,m iii». Chicago board of education MAIUIAKIT HALEY announced thai the treasury was empty; that there was do more money to pay the teachers and keep the pub lic schools going. With characteria tie feminine humility thai weakness which Helen Wilnians declares to be the most contemptible of all the * Irtues - the majority of the Chicago teachers prepared to submit and s;» oui of busi ness or starve, or both. But among those thousands of worn eu teachers was a Margaret Haley just one. She had spent years anil money learning to b...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 19 August 1904

THE COLFAX GAZETTF TWBNTI-BEVENTH YEAH. ■■■i miliiii ■■■miMMi—■ .y —ii ■ ' a» Important fl^faswi GRAIN BAGS GRAIN BAGS $4.75 per 100 By order of tlie State Board of Prison Directors, I am authorized to sell grain bags in any quantity above 500, manufactured at San Quentin Prison at a price fixed at $4 75 per 100. Bags delivered free in San Francisco. Orders must be accompanied with cash or exchange on San Francisco in full, and also with the following affi davit verified before a Notary Public or Justice of the Peace : "I hereby certify that I am a consumer residing in and that the bags ordered by me are for my own personal and individual use." Subscribed and sworn to be- fore me this day of (Siguature.) [Beal ] The bags are of the same capacity as standard Calcuttas. and superior in quality. Don't delay-send your order today to J. W. TOMPMNS, Warden San Prison, California. Sairiple of th se bags can be seen at the offi -c of this newspaper. Osborne Repairs For any machine made by D...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 19 August 1904

9 SCHOOL TIME IS NEAR Studies Will Be Resumed Mon- day, September 5. Arrangements lor Work in High. School, Which Prepares Stu- dentH for College. The Colfnx public schools will open Monday morning, September 5, with v corps of 21 teachers. Daring the Hum mer vacation many needed repair* and Home rearrangement ol room* baa been made. An additional grade room ban been arranged in the Main street Kbool. The Ducheniin school building, located on the corner of Main and Thorn streetH, has been secured, and will furnish four room** more. At the Bigfa school build ing m" oi the roomii bave been knlso mined. An additiooal recitation room hHH been provided for the High school department by dividing flitl large room on the west eide of the second floor This gives three good sized recitation room* for the Hiirh school, beside* the assembly room, where five classes will recite daily. The science department now haH an excellent equipment with abundant room for individual pupil ex perimental work...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 19 August 1904

AUGUST ECONOMY SALES From County Records Gov. Patents and Receipts. i United States to Aztec Land & Cat tle Co neq seq eec 6 13 38, patent United States to Aztec Land & Cat tle Co seq neq 6-13-38, patent. . United States to Aztec Land& Cat tle Co eeq of seq 6-13-38, patent United States to Aztec Land& Cat tle Co swq of neq 6 13 38, patent U S to Milan Still ewq neq.nu eeq ewq aeq 2-18-39 Deeds. Ivan Chase to Palouse Kiver Lum ber Co part of lota b,9 in blk 13 Powers' add Palouee $ 20 j Mrs Lucy V Pugh to Palouße River Lumber Co part lot 9 blk 13 Powera' add Palouse 25 .) C Kirkman to Palouee River Lumber Co w 22 ft lot 10 blk 13 Powers' add Palouse. . . 25 ' Ida M Ingram to Thos Neill lots .'5,4 blk 1 lots 2,3,10,11,12 blk 5 College View add Pullman.. . 25 T I) Riehardeon to Thoe Neill lots 6,7 blk 5 College View add Pull man 1 W H Harvey to Emily B Carter lots 8,9 blk 6 Campus Park add Pullman 275 N P Ry Co to Henry C Burrow lots 1,2 & eh neq 5-19 41 155 Edward ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 19 August 1904

$ COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN <:HASK, PUBLISHER. Kstftblished, 1877. Entered at the postoffice at Colfax at second clam matter. Subscription. 92.00 a year — 51. 50 If paid in advance. Six months, in advance, 7»c. Single copies sc. Official paper of the City of Colfax. O. R. & N. Time Card. To Portland. H:ir» p.m. To Spokane 6:15 a.m. 4:00 p.m. To Pendleton 10:4 r > am. 8:lfi p.m. From Moscow 9:4ri a.m. 3:46 p.m. To Moscow 10:50 a.m. 8:20 p.m. KKPUBIiICAN TICKKT National. For Presiden 1: THEODOKE ROOSEVELT. Fur Vice President: CHARLES VV. FAIRBANKS. State. P'-For Congress—Will K. Humphrey of Kin?, Wesley L. Jones of Yakima and Francis W. Cußhman of Pierce. For Governor-Albert E. Mead of What For Lieutenant Governor- Charles K. Coon of Jefferson. For Secretary of State Sam H. Nichols of Snohomish. For State Treasurer— George G. Mills ot Thunston. , For State Auditor — C W. Clauson of For Attorney General— JohD D. Atkinson of Cnelan. For Land Commissioner— K. W. Roes of Cowlitz. For ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 19 August 1904

All Around the County li.\ CKOSSE IiOCAI.B. Mr, and Mrs. VV. L. Finnimore of Pampa, were La (>onse vinitors Monday last.. I'eter McGregor, republican nominee lor representative from thiH district, waH in town the early part of the week. llfaM Georgia Hickey of Spokane is viHitinjr her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hickey. Wm. Chandler of Hay spent Friday utgbi here. Mr. Chandler's family are at Long Beach, taking a three months' outing. He will mxhi join them. Mrs. Long of Si-iux City, lowa, was viniting the Shobe families* who are old acquaintances, several days last week. Mr*. Long in very much impressed with the Htute of Washington, particularly the county of Whitman. John and Pat Dunnigan were partak ing of ice cream at ('artnou's last Sun- day. Shobe Bros., with the assistance of our business men, put in a town water ing trough to accommodate the travel iujj public. Uev. S. H. Maxwell in building a neat little cottage near the Presbyterian church lor his own use. W. C. Fudge a...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 19 August 1904

n i9IP <v i vy^Jt^L feJiCreivjucry i. | P&iry Creamery In an address before the Wisconsin fcottermakers' convention Professor T. L Haecker said that too little signifi cance has been placed upon the dispo sition of the dairy cow. She may have many good points and yet be a failure or give only ordinary returns, simply because she has a bad disposition, is excitable, restive, rational or combat ive. A cow with a placid, mild eye always has a good disposition and is not easily disturbed. She is disposed to make the best of things as they arc and is com posed. If it is too open it denotes a tendency to get excited and nervous, and the same is the case with the quick. Bashing eyes. She should have breadth of forehead, because that de notes intelligence; learns quickly and is appreciative of kind treatment. It should, be slightly dished between the eyes, because fullness there Indicates aggressiveness. The Etonian nose is the fighter. The head should have a medium poise, be cause i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 26 August 1904

THE COLFAX GAZETTE TWENTY-SEVENTH TEAR. Harvest Supplies We are headquarters for Harvest Sup plies. Anything you need in the way of Shoes Gloves Hats Underwear Overalls and all Working Clothes Also a complete line of FRESH GRO CERIES always on hand. Don't forget we have Choice Fruit. Phone Main SSI. Colfax, Washington. The Portland Trust Company of Oregon, which was established iii 1887, has ample capital and resources, and numbers among Its stockholders some of the wealthiest citizens of Portland, and also a Rreat many Eastern capitalists. This company has devised a very convenient form of employing funds that may be temporarily idle, so that the depositor may get interest upon them, and still have them available upon a rea sonable notice. "The Oldest Trust Company in Oregon." Portland Trust Company of Oregon No. 100 Third Street Incorporated April 27, 1887. HARVEST Is hf>re, and money in aerumulatinec in the hands of farmers, merchants, bank ere and business men. Let us send yo...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 26 August 1904

s TEACHERS ASHED The Colfax Schools Will Open Monday, September 5. Arrangement! Are About Completed for the Keoptton of Both Old and New Pupils. The Colfax public schools will open for the new years work on Monday morning, September 5. Superintendent Cook and his assistants are working bard to complete all details before that date. The coming year promises much. The corps of teachers and instructors in larger this year than ever before and the enrollment will be greatly increased over previous years. The following are the instructors: Principals. E. B. Dykes, High school; Ellis Laird, Duchemin building; Miss Sina Miller, Main street school; Miss Esther Bryden, North Ward school. Teacherß. High school— E. B Dykes, Latin; Mine Hoeppner, German and mathematics; Frank G. Bt'am, science and athletic; Miss Mary Fogle, English and hintory. High school building— lliM Cora M. Smith, 8 A and 8 B, room 8; Miss Frau ces Savage, 7 A and unclassified pupilft, room 2; Miss Mattie Hale, 7 A and 7 B...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 26 August 1904

Lippitt Brothers THE PIONEER MERCHANTS COLPAX, - - WASHINGTON A Final Clearing* of All Summer Apparel Come and Secure Some of These Wonderful Bargains Before They Are AH Gone. Agents for: Hamilton-Brown Shoes Thomson Glove Fitting Corsets J B. Corsets Sicutkalia Kid Gloves Monarch Km Gloves From County Records Gov. Patents and Receipts. U S to Lawrence F Plowman lota 1,2 & eh nwq 18-16-40 patent.. U 8 to Green berry 8 Ternpleton lots 3,4 & eh Bwq 18-16-40 patent Deeds. Sparke Broß to N C Bailey lots 6 and 7 blk lFairview add, Tekoa. $ 1 Sparks Broß to C M Shepard eh lot 0, lots 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 blk 2 Fairview add, Tekoa 1 B F Price to John Taylor tract in Farming.on 10 Emma M Breed to George Fair child lots 4 and 5 blk 11 Wiley's add.Palouse 1000 C F Young to A J Leavitt und int in lots 1, 2, 3, 10, 11 and 12 blk 9 McCroskey's add, Garfield.. .. 250 Jacob C Scott to Eugenia I Leavitt lots 1 and 2 blk 4 and 7 and 8 blk 3 McCroskey's add, Garfield 1500 Fannie Bell Manning an...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 26 August 1904

4 COL.FAX GAZETTE IVAN CHASE, PUBLISHER. Established, 1877. Entered at the poatofflce at Colfax m second class matter. Subscription. 92.00 a jear—*l.sO If paid In advance. Six month*, in advance, 7Sc. Single coplea sc. Official paper of the City of Colfax. O. R. A N. Time Card. To Portland 8:15 p.m. To Spokane 6:15 a.m. 4:00 p.m. ToPendleton 10:45 am. 8:15 p.m. From Moscow 9:45 a.m. 3:45 p.m. To Moscow 10:50 a.m. 8:20 p.m. HKl'lBI-KAN TICKET National. For President: THEODORE ROOSEVELT. For Vice President: CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS. State. E*For Congress—Will E. Humphrey of King, Wesley L. Jones of Yakima and Francis W. Cuahman of Pierce. For Governor—Albert E. Mead of What For Lieutenant Governor—Charles E. Coon of Jefferson. __ , . For Secretary of State—Sam H. Nichols of Snohomish. For State Treasurer— George G. Mills of Thurston. __ _ , For State Auditor —C. W. Clauson of For Attorney General—John D. Atkinson of Cnelan. For Land Commissioner—E. W. Ross of Cowlitz. For Superintendent o...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 26 August 1904

All Around the County DIAM »NI) DUl'pT With good yields and a good price for wheat, the farmers of this eectiou are enjoying an era of prosperity. What an insult to the farmers of this great farming section header and thresh ing men offer by compelling owners of land to clean up heaps of old boxes and tin canH which have contained "condensed milk, canned corn, pork and beans dried prunes and apples," when fresh vegetables and ripe fruit could easily be procured for the asking. Dust did ybu cay? Well, we've had it here in hurricanes. An independent farmers telephone line running from Endicott to Mark New hall's, a distance of 8 miles, was in stalled last week. It is owned and con trolled by 12 farmers, one of whom in formed your correspondent that the putting in of the phones, construction and wire did not cunt them over $25, and that one dollar a year would cover the expense of repair. But for liuy Stuart, son of Jack Stuart of this place, the Pacific Coast Elevator might have b^en ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 26 August 1904

6 EXPENSE OF COUNTY Continued from Ft rat Pa(?e. county treasurer the board cancelled the taxes on the following property for the reasons given opposite the description of each piece of property, to-wit: NXn.tf. Sec 4, Tp 16 N, R. 39, gov ernment land. 1 acre in m-J£ nwJi, 11-15-42. descrip tion not full enough for foreclosure. Hi*% *e%. 36-14-43. school land. B*li *«•&. 36-14-43, school land. B»}£, 16-13-44. school land. EJi uw%, 36-13-44. school land. SJi nttf dnd E% m%, 36-20-44, school land. » Lot 2. 8-11-45, government land. B»X 86-15-46, government land. NtJi, 16-16-45, school land. 10 acres in nv>}{ swJi. 6-17-45, de scription not full euougu for foreclosure Ht-%, 36-17-45, school land. 9 acres in s. \{ *X. 11-19-45, 0. R. & N. right of way B»& 36-19-45, school land. N<^, 19-17-46, government land. Colton, 16x50 feet S. end, lot 2, block 4, description not satisfactory for fore closure. Colton, 16x50 feet S. end lot 3, block 4, description not satisfactory f...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 2 September 1904

THE COLFAX GAZETTE. TWENTY-SEVENTH YEAR. Harvest Supples We are headquarters for Harvest Sup plies. Anything you need in the way of Shoes Gloves Hats Underwear Overalls and all Working Clothes Also a complete line of FRESH GRO CERIES always on hand. Don't forget we have Choice Fruit. Phone Main 021. Colfax, Washington. The Portland Trust Company of Oregon, which was established in 1887, has ample capital and resources, and numbers among its stockholders some of the wealthiest citizenß of Portland, and also a great many Eastern capitalists. This company lias devised p very convenient form <>f employing funds that may be temporarily idle, bo that the deposlor may get interest upon them, ami still have than available upon a rea sonahle notice. "The Oldest Trust Company in Oregon." Portland Trust Company of Oregon No. 109 Third Street Incorporated April 27, 1887. TSa3etvSst Is here, and money is accumulating in the hands of farmers, merchants, bank ers and business men. Let us sen...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 2 September 1904

t FIRST GUN IN COUNTY Leslie M. Shaw Talks to Whit- man County People. We Are Living tn the Best Country In the World and Prosperity Is All Around. Ix'slie M. Shaw, secretary of the treas ury, who spoke at Spokane last Friday night, made short speeches Saturday during train stops at Tekoa and Colfax, while en route to Walla Walla. At Col fax a baggage truck on the depot plat form, decorated with bunting, served as a rostrum from which Secretary Shaw addressed an enthusiastic and apprecia tive audience of several hundred citizens. Mr. Shaw was met at the car steps and escorted to the platform by members of the county centrul committee and other prominent republicans, and was intro duced to the audience by J. A. Perkins, who attended the Spokane meeting and accompanied the secretary to Colfex. Mr. Shaw, who is a most forceful speaker,with a ready command of word*, began by admonshing the young n?en to not think that they had been born at the wrong time, for the opportunities to get on...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 2 September 1904

""SL^S.XST f* •A A W% A* LIPP.TT BROTHERS &"sK«^asS l^ll^MTt HPntilPrQ Mail°*Department applies to all kind* of Merchandine Hold by us J^^^T Mi Bu? Uf A M %# PL rf ■ I m, 1 *j| and is backed by our earnest desire to instant" mM WF^ WT^ •• #• 49 y allow all claimu that may be made on the M3L At TT , r -, „ . Ix basis of this guarantee. Use our Mail Order Department Quality for Quality-Price for Price TllC PioiieCr MerohdlltS. if you cannot conveniently call. we stand ready at all times to match (and A 11 i often over match) competition. In the face of _. _^ __ / _-_ Ail orders are attended to With in this guarantee you are abeolutely safe in deal- f^f^T T5 1 A A QTTTATr^ H^r^iVT in *h"e. V_yV^J_^X^ .^L.^V - VV VJT- _1_ CJiN 1 telligence, care and promptness. Advance News of New Goods They're coming thick and fast! Car loads ol new Fall and Winter Merchandise. Stock rooms are chock full and more to come. A magnificent showing of new things will be placed on our counters this week ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 2 September 1904

4 COLFAX GAZETTE IVAN CUABE, PUBLISHER. Established, 1877. Entered at the postofflce at Colfax at second class matter. Subscription. $2.00 a year— $1,50 If paid in advance. Six mpnths, in adrance, 75c. Single copies sc. Official paper of the City of Colfax. O. R. & N. Time Card. To Portland »:£» P-m- To Spokane 6:15 a.m. 4:00 p.m. ToPendleton 10:45 am. 8:15 p.m. From Moscow. 9:45 a.in. .<:45 p.m. To Mobcow 10:50 a.m. 8:20 p.m. HEPUBLICAN TICKET National. For President: THEODORE ROOSEVELT. For Vice President: CHARLES W. FAIRBANKS. State. For Congress—Will E. Humphrey of King, Wesley L. Jones of Yakima and t ranciß W. Cuahman of Pierce. For Governor-Albert E, Mead of What- For Lieutenant Governor—Charles E. Coon of Jefferson. T _ _ T . , , , For Secretary of State-Sam H. Nichols of Snohomißh. tit:h= „* For State Treasurer— George G. Mills of Thurston. _ „. _„ , For State Auditor—JC. W. Clauson of Fo* P Attorney General—Jodd D. Atkinson of Chelan. m „ , For Land Commissioner—E. ...

Publication Title: Colfax Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Colfax gazette. — 2 September 1904

HAD GOOD MOTHERS. NOMINEES FOR PRESIDENT AND VICE* PRESIDENT THUS BLESSED. Th^lr Mother. Trained Them to Love "■""" "ml "«--<y->lr». Harriet Stratton I-arker* Coneer,. For Her Son-Mr*. Mary Fairbanks Some of the greatest ,„,.„ the world has known have attributed their suc wm to the fact or their having hud Bood mothers, who brought them up to live earnest lives. The four men who are now En the public eye a* candidate. mm wm MKS. HAlililET KTKATTON I'AIiKER. of the Democratic and Republican par ties for president and vice president had mothers who gave their sons the benefit of a sound training. Of these women two are still living, and thus able to feel the mother's thrill of pride when honors come to her son. The mother of Judge Alton Brooks Parker, Democratic nominee for presi dent, is living, and she takes great satisfaction in reflecting that he is her son, but she is a firm believer iri humility, and her chief concern is that the judge may not become puffed with self compl...

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