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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat. — 31 October 1910

. THE VOL. I DEMOCRAT t H ELECTION OF KUHIO MEANS GOVERNMENT BY COMMISSION The Territory of Hnwnii stands in imminent danger of losing its present system of autonomous government and having substituted therefor government by eommission. The Democrat does not claim that this is an original discovery. For two years and more the Advertiser has been saying that government by commission was coming, and the Advertiser is liable to be right, for once in its wild career, unless the voters of Hawaii do something at this election to head off what is now on the way. Unless Kuhio' is defeated, commission government will undoubtedly come. But now the Advertiser, although it began talking government by long before McCandless became the candidate of the Democratic party for delegate to Congress, is trying to make it appear that government by commission will come if the Democrats win. Such poppycock is Avorthy of the Advertiser, is about what one would naturally expect from that vaccillating sheet....

Publication Title: Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat. — 31 October 1910

PAGE TWO THE DEMOCRAT Published at Honolulu, T. II., each day except Sundny, by H. A. JUEN E. P. IRWIN Editor MONDAY OCT. 31, 1910 TERRITORIAL TICKET DELEGATE TO CONGRESS: ELELE : L. L. McOANDLESS (Linekona Eliwai) SENATORS NA SENATOA: J. S. KALAKIELA B. G. RIVENBURGH (Livini) W. S. EDINGS (Ekini) E. E. HANAPI REPRESENTATIVES 4th DISTRICT: LUNAMAKAAINANA APANA EHA: - SOLOMON MEHEULA FRED TURRILL (Wela ka Hao) G. X. KEAWEHAKU (Gabriel) E. H. F. WOLTERS (Walaka) F. C. BENEVEDES (Palakiko) E. E. RATHBURN REPRESENTATIVES 5th DISTRICT: LUNAMAKAAINANA APANA 5: GUS EALEOHANO J. E. LUEA DAVID EUPIHEA EDWARD LIKE J. M. POEPOE SAM EAOHELE COUNTY TICKET MAYOR MELA: JOSEPH J. FERN (Eeo Pana) SUPERVISORS NA LUNAIQAI: IOELA EIAEAHI W. H. McOLELLAN (Makalena) M. C. PAOHECO (Eahuna Nui) ROBERT PAHAU H. H. PLEMER (Palima) LESTER PETRIE (Pikalo) M. E. SILVA (Manuela Eiliva) SHERIFF MAKAI NUI: WM. PATH, JARRETT (Haalilio Opio) AUDITOR LUNA HOOIA: J. C. ANDERSON (Keoni Anekona) CLERK KAKAUOLELO : CHAS....

Publication Title: Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat. — 31 October 1910

-K '1 ,. (Continued from Saturday) From tlint 1 hue on the number of Chinese in Ihe Isliuuls rapidly increased. They acquired a foothold and some of them were admitted to citizenship as early as 1842. Hy 1852 forty-five Chinese hud become citizens of the Kingdom of Hawaii. The first assistance of immigration to Hawaii occurred in 1865, when 199 male Chinese, 43 women and 8 children, recruited by William Ilillebrand, Royal Commissioner of Immigration, arrived in the Islands. By the terms of the contract into which they had entered, they were to have free passage to the Islands, lodgings, food, clothing, medical service and the enormous wage of four dollars a month. As a special favor their masters allowed them Sundays off and three Chinese holidays a year. They were contracted to serve five years, at the end of which time they were to be allowed to return home if they wished. But, as a matter of fact, few of them were able to go home at the end of their five years' contract. Though n...

Publication Title: Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat. — 31 October 1910

PAGE FOUR W. . EDINGS For Senator B jH ,v, B. 0. RIVENBURGH For Senator F. COSTA BENEVEDES For Representative, 4th District J. 0. ANDERSON For Auditor J. S. KALAKIELA For Senator i&. i THE DEMOCRAT M. E. SILVA For Supervisor JOSEPH J. FERN For Mayor V" EDWARD HANAPI For Senator E. K. RATHBURN For Representative, 4th District V, Lily H. H. PLEMER For Supervisor HBBSHw&!s41 H9BHHIPiiPl ' L. L. McCANDLESS Delegate to Congress FRED TURRILL . For Representative, '4th District G. K. KEAWEHAKU For Representative, 4th District ,t . s !& iSB!5!iii R. H. TRENT For City and County Treasurer LESTER PETRIE For Supervisor E. H. F. WOLTERS For Representative, 4th District M. C. PACHE0O For 'Supervisor ROBERT PAHAU For Supervisor A ull n m

Publication Title: Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat. — 1 November 1910

THE DEMOCRAT VOL. I HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1910. No. 7 VOTERS WILL GALL BLUFF OF SPECIAL INTERESTS ON One week from tomorrow, fellow citizens, Ave go to the polls to decide whether our beloved Hawaii is to be governed by the people or to be ruled by King Sugar and his hired court. If each maw, for love of country, for the protection of his home and the happiness of his loved ones, will cast his ballot strictly according to his conscience, a tremendous victory will be won by the Democratic party. Such a victory will mean the overthrow of the Republican party that has for so long kept the Ilawaiians from their rights and that has, ever since these Islands became a Territory of the United States, made the poor man poorer still and the rich man still more rich. Dr Republicans Discourage Good Labor. The Republican party, through false representation, threats, smooth talk and by spending great sums of money, has for ten years suppressed and oppressed the workingman and the ...

Publication Title: Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat. — 1 November 1910

PAGET TWO THE DEMOCRAT THE DEMOCRAT1 .!., Published at Honolulu, T. II., each day except Sunday, by H. A. JUEN- E. P. IRWIN Editor TUESDAY . . .- NOV., 1, 19JL0 TERRITORIAL TICKET DELEGATE TO CONGRESS: ELELE : L. L. McOANDLESS (Linekona Eliwai) SENATORS NA SENATOA: J. S. KALAKIELA B. G. RIVENBURGH (Livini) W. S. EDINGS (Ekini) E. K. HANAPI REPRESENTATIVES 4th DISTRICT: LUNAMAKAAINANA APANA EHA: SOLOMON MEHEULA FRED TURRILL (Wela ka Hao) G. K. KEAWEHAKU (Gabriel) E. H. F. WOLTERS (Walaka) F. C. BENEVEDES (Palakiko) E. E. RATHBURN REPRESENTATIVES 5th DISTRICT: LUNAMAKAAINANA APANA 5: GUS KALEOHANO J. K. LUEA DAVID EUPIHEA EDWARD LDIE J, M. POEPOE SAM KAOHELE COUNTY TICKET MAYOR MELA: t JOSEPH J. FERN (Keo Pana) SUPERVISORS NA LUNA KT AT: IOELA KIAKAHI W. H. McCLELLAN (Makalena) M. 0. PAGHECO (Kahuna Nui) ROBERT PAHAU H. H. PLEMER (Palima) LESTER PETRIE (Pikale) M: E. SILVA (Manuela Kiliva) SHERIFF MAKAI NUI: WM. PAUL JARRETT (Haalilfo Opio) AUDITOR LUNA HOOIA: J. 0. ANDERSON (Keoni An...

Publication Title: Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat. — 1 November 1910

r - s WT - THE DEMOCRAT PAGE THREE T r' IMPORTING A POPULATldN TV (Continued from Yesterday) The Story of the Portuguese. In the forties and fifties of the last ' century it few Portuguese came to Hawaii, chiefly sailors, who deserted or otherwise left the whaling vessels on which they were employed. These formed the nucleus of what is now one of the most important divisions of the population of Hawaii. Those early Portuguese established homes in the Islands and raised families. Some of them tilled their little plots of land; others went into business. Up to 1853, however, there were but eighty-six of them in the Islands, and ' the next quarter of a century brought only a comparatively small number, the Portuguese in 1878 numbering 436. Few of them, or of those who came later, hailed directly from Portugal, being chiefly natives of Payal, Graciosa, St. Jorge and the Cape Verde Islands. Even thirty-five years ago the scarcity of labor was a serious drawback to the success of the plan...

Publication Title: Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat. — 1 November 1910

M r PAGE FOUE Br mmbbbhmbbr V.S. EDINGS For Senator B. G. RIVENBURGH For Senator F. COSTA BENEVEDES For Representative, 4th District I'll ' J kv -.( . j H9u $PH B9". . MI rt r'SVdHfcv itiM. i t yiV2iVH sv.i! raff IVW'? MH3r' i '5 . fedRB V J . ', &j&HHHfl J. G. ANDERSON , For Auditor Br : '-SV& J. S. KALAKIELA For Senator 4 ' i H M. E. SILVA For Supervisor JOSEPH J. FEr N For Mayor THE DEMOCRAT E. K. RATHBURN For Represertative, 4th District Hat! " ? V H. H. PLEMER For Supervisor IbHhBh9keIP'BVI$f4:' A EDWARD HANAPI For Senator L. L. McCANDLESS Delegate to Congress TT'lED TURRILL For Representative, 4th District G. E. KEAWEHAKU For Representative, 4th Distrct SOLOMON MEHEULA For Representative, 4th District. ft" LESTER PETRIE For Supervisor E. H. F. VOLTERS For Represertati'e, 4th District P1 l" ,!-.... & ' JKhBhIMBH M. C. PACHECO For Supervisor ROBERT PAHAU For Supervisor

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat. — 2 November 1910

TEE VOL. I DEMOCRAT noorann REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR DELEGATESHIP A TAX-DODGER "Why doesn't Jonah Kuhio delegate to Congress and nominal head of the Republican party in Hawaii, pay his taxes? The records of the tax office show that Kuhio 's taxes are unpaid since 1002. They show that .he owes the Territory for that length of time taxes to the amount of no less than $2185.35. And this docs not include the taxes owed the Territory by the Kapiolani Estate, in which Kuhio holds a very large share of the stock. The Kapiolani Estate, Limited, also owes taxes from as far back as 1902 a total of $1870.45. And it should be borne in mind that these debts of Kuhio and the Kapiolani Estate owing to the Territory are only for taxes asscsesd on the Island of Oahu alone. The records of how much Kuhio and the Kapiolani Estate owe in taxes on property held on the other Islands of the Territory are not available at present, but it is known that they own large values in property on the other Islands. ...

Publication Title: Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat. — 2 November 1910

PAGE TWO THE DEMOCRAT Published at Honolulu, T. II., cneh day except Sunday, by H. A. JUEN E. P. IRWIN Editor WEDNESDAY NOV. 2, 1910 TERRITORIAL TICKET DELEGATE TO CONGRESS: ELELE : L. L. McCANDLESS (Linekona Eliwai) SENATORS NA SENATOA: J. S. KALAKIELA B. G.RIVENBURGH (Livini) W. S. EDINGS (Eldni) E. K. HANAPI REPRESENTATIVES 4th DISTRICT: LUNAMAKAAINANA APANA EHA: SOLOMON MEHEULA FRED TURRILL (Wela ka Hao) G. K. KEAWEHAKU (Gabriel) E. H. P. WOLTERS (Walaka) F. C. BENEVEDES (Palakiko) E. K. RATHBURN REPRESENTATIVES 5th DISTRICT: LUNAMAKAAINANA APANA 5 : GUS KALEOHANO J. K. LUKA DAVID KUPIHEA EDWARD LIKE J. M. POEPOE SAM KAOHELE COUNTY TICKET MAYOR MEIA: JOSEPH J. FERN (Keo Pana) SUPERVISORS NA LUNAKIAI: IOELA KIAKAHI W. H. McCLELLAN (Kckalena) M. C. PAOHECO (Kahuna Nui) ROBERT PAHAU H. H. PLEMER (Palima) LESTER PETRIE (Pikale) M. E. SILVA (Manuela Kiliva) SHERIFF MAKAI NUI : WM. PAUL JARRETT (Haalilio Opio) AUDITOR LUNA IIOOIA: ; J. 0. ANDERSON (Keoni Anekona) CLERK KAKAUOLELO : CH...

Publication Title: Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat. — 2 November 1910

THE DEMOCRAT (Continued from Yesterday) Then a "Dash of Spanish." Three years ago E. R. Staekable, of the Port of Honolulu, was sent to Europe to drum up labor for the plantations. He sent in several shiploads of Portuguese and Spaniards. The Portuguese, as previously stated, have done well in Hawaii, and promise to make good eitizcns in the second and third generation. The Spaniards, however, are not so satisfactory. One shipload of them arrived by the steamship Ileliopolis on April 27, 1907. They were small but wiry people and have demonstrated their ability to stand fairly well the hard work of the plantations. But few of them, for many years, anyway, will ever be anything but plantation laborers. They have little initiative and are afraid to take on any proposition that looks big to them. A few of them have taken out their first citizenship papers and filed on Government land, but the large majority are still working for the pitiful wage paid by the plantations, which, in many i...

Publication Title: Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat. — 2 November 1910

PAGE FOUR W. a. EDINGS For Senator IT Ji B. G. RIVENBURGH For Senator F. COSTA BENEVEDES For Representative, 4th District 'Bf TT " wi'Sfc'j WMB fm ilt 'I'l'SB MMJ JjSstisiM.' ; ir 1f:i ? ' , r J. 0. ANDERSON For Auditor IBYAYAYJEcSSaBHflHBBYflm' I J. S. KALAKIELA For Senator M. E. SILVA For Supervisor JOSEPH J. PERN For Mayor THE DEMOCRAT nTnnTinBlfllMliii EDWARD If KAII For Senator L. L. McCANDLESS Delegate to Congress E. K. RATHBURN For Representative, 4th District H. H. PLEMER For Supervisor FilED TURRILL For Representative, 4th District G. K. KEAWEHAKU For Representative, 4th District HBHHn if SgHWF. SOLOMON MEHEULA For Representative, 4th District. LESTER PETRIE For Supervisor E. H. F. WOLTERS For Representative, 4th District " i i ( M. C. PA0HECO For Supervisor V r ' $ K ROBERT PAHAU For Supervisor

Publication Title: Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat. — 3 November 1910

VOL. I TEE DEMOCRAT REPUBLICANS THREATEN TO BRING IN DANGEROUS DISEASES IF NOT PERMITTED TO ASSIST IMMIGRATION, THEY WILL INTRODUCE HOOKWORM AND AMOEBIC DYSENTERY! The most impudent plea for assisted immigration that the Republicans have yet had the temerity to make is that in the Advertiser of yesterday morning. That paper threatens that, if the Democrats are successful and assisted immigration is shut off, THE AGENTS OP THE SUGAR PLANTERS WILL INTRODUCE INTO HAWAII WITH A FLOOD OF FILIPINOS TWO DANGEROUS DISEASES HOOKWORM AND AMOEBIC DYSENTERY. Such a threat comes mighty close to being a violation of the Federal and Territorial statutes against the coercion or intimidation of voters. And even if it is not an actual fracture of the law, it is the most shameless, nefarious and impudent statement that even a Republican heeler or a Republican paid organ ever dared to make. And it is backed up by the United States quarantine officers Republicans, all of theni. If the Advertiser is to b...

Publication Title: Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat. — 3 November 1910

PAGE TWO THE DEMOCRAT Published at Honolulu, T. H., each day except Sunday, by H. A. JUEN E. P. IRWIN Editor THURSDAY NOV. 3, 1910 TERRITORIAL TICKET DELEGATE TO CONGRESS: ELELE : L. L. McOANDLESS (Linekona Eliwai) SENATORS NA SENATOA: J. S. KALAKIELA B. 6. RIVENBURGH (Livini) W. S. EDINGS (EMni) E. K. HANAPI REPRESENTATIVES 4th DISTRICT: LUNAMAKAAINANA APANA EHA: SOLOMON MEHEULA FRED TURRILL (Wela ka Hao) G. K. KEAWEHAKU (Gabriel) E. H. P. WOLTERS (Walaka) F. C. BENEVEDES (Palakiko) E. E. RATHBURN REPRESENTATIVES 5th DISTRICT: LUNAMAKAAINANA APANA 5 : GUS KALEOHANO J. E. LUKA DAVID EUPIHEA EDWARD LIKE J. M. POEPOE SAM EAOHELE COUNTY TICKET MAYOR MEIA: JOSEPH J. FERN (Eeo Pana) SUPERVISORS NA LUNAKEAI: IOELA EIAEAHI W. H. McOLELLAN (Makalena) M. C. PACHECO (Eahuna Nui) ROBERT PAHAU H. H. PLEMER (Palima) LESTER PETRIE (Pikale) M. E. SILVA (Manuela Eiliva) SHERIFF MAKAI NUI: WM. PAUL JARRETT (Haalilio Opio) AUDITOR LUNA HOOIA: J. C. ANDERSON (Eeoni Anekona) CLERK KAKAUOLELO : CHAS. BA...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat. — 3 November 1910

(Concluded) Russians Refuse to Work. But the Russians simply sat clown beside their bundles mid refused to move on. Thoy constructed rude tents of quilts, pieces of matting', old boards, sheet-iron and anything else that would serve the purpose, and established themselves in camp as if they expected to remain there the rest of their lives. They still refuse to work on the plantations, though some of them are working as stevedores along the waterfront. They get their food in any way they can, by begging, stealing, picking wild fruit in the mountains. Many of the women have taken to prostitution as a means of making a living, and the condition of the camp is so unsavory that at the present time the Federal grand jury is making a thorough investigation with a view to trying to find grounds for the commencement of deportation proceedings. The Russians were led by a man named Vasilieff, apparently a professional agitator. lie it was at first that kept them from accepting the terms offere...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat. — 3 November 1910

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat. — 4 November 1910

TEE VOL. I DEMOCRAT BEER, BOOZE AND BUNCOMBE TACTICS OF REPUBLICANS Every other resource failing, the Republicans have resorted at last to their old tactics a beer, booze and buncombe campaign. "With the Advertiser alias the Morning Hookworm ns the official organ of the Republican party, this is funny, even if indecent. In former campaigns, when the Advertiser was at least sincere, it howled "beer, booze and buncombe" against the very candidates it is now so strenuously supporting. But it has apparently turned over a new leaf. Having its own axe to grind, it doesn't care what are the morals or immorals of the party whose megaphone it is. A few years ago when A. M. Brown was running for sheriff the Advertiser yelled itself black in the face over his campaign of "beer, booze and buncombe". Yet the Advertiser now is standing for A. M. Brown's reappointment as first deputy city attorney notwithstanding Mr. Brown's unsavory record. A. M. Brown and the Advertiser are feeding out of the sa...

Publication Title: Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat. — 4 November 1910

PAGE TWO THE DEMOCRAT Published al Honolulu, T. II., ench day except Sunday, by H. A. JUEN E. P. IRWIN Editor FRIDAY NOV. 4, 1910 TERRITORIAL TICKET DELEGATE TO CONGRESS: ELELE : L. L. McCANDLESS (Linekona Eliwai) SENATORS NA SENATOA: J. S. KALAKIELA B. G. RIVENBURGH (Li vim) W. S. EDINGS (EMni) E. K. HANAPI REPRESENTATIVES 4th DISTRICT: LUNAMAKAAINANA APANA EHA: SOLOMON MEHEULA FRED TURRILL (Wela ka Hao) G. K. KEAWEHAKU (Gabriel) E. H. P. WOLTERS (Walaka) P. C. BENEVEDES (Palakiko) E. K. RATHBURN REPRESENTATIVES 5th DISTRICT : LUNAMAKAAINANA APANA 5: GUS KALEOHANO J. K. LUKA DAVID KUPIHEA EDWARD LIKE J. M. POEPOE SAM KAOHELE COUNTY TICKET MAYOR MEIA: JOSEPH J. FERN (Keo Pana) SUPERVISORS NA LUNAKIAI: IOELA KIAKAHI W. H. McCLELLAN (Makalena) M. C. PACHECO (Kahuna Nui) ROBERT PAHAU H. H. PLEMER (Palima) LESTER PETRIE (Pikale) M. E. SILVA (Manuela Kiliva) SHERIFF MAKAI NUI: WM. PAUL JARRETT (Haalilio Opio) AUDITOR LUNA IIOOIA: J. 0. ANDERSON (Keoni Anekona) CLERK KAKAUOLELO : CHAS. BA...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat. — 4 November 1910

PROSTITUTION OF THE PRESS The daily papers of Monday reported a daslardly crime in which a moving-picture usher is alleged to be the chief guilty one. lie is accused of a wrong to a young girl which merits him life imprisonment at least, if he is guilty. "We do not wish to go into the details, but we do want 1o say with all emphasis that lies within our power that the Advertiser, which prates of civic virtue and its intluence for public good, and would, if you please, have the voters of this city take its doubtful advice, is in n way responsible for this nature of crime, and this for the reason that the Advertiser's policy is one of suppression. The Bulletin is tarred with the same stick. Too frequently are similar crimes committed and the press keeps out the names of the perpetrators,' for the sake of the identity of the perpetrator or because it might hurt his good family name. It is just such criminal suppression of facts that leads tiends to commit acts of horrible and immoral v...

Publication Title: Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat. — 4 November 1910

137! PAGE FOUK W. S. EDINGS For Senator B. 0. RIVENBURGH T For Senator ' F. OOSTA BENEVEDES For Representative, 4th District J. 0. ANDERSON For Auditor 'KKHJSw - J. S. KALAKIELA For Soi.atOi" . 'I .. r: I L..'.i B t JOSEPH J. FERN For Mayor THE DEMOCRAT Hsl sB ' &.Jfj& BBk.BBk! M. E. SILVA For Supervisor L. L. McCANDLESS Delegate to Congress ""SW1' A EDWARD UJ NArl For Ssnator R. H. TRENT For City and County Treasurer E. K. RATHBURN For Representative, 4th District H. H. PLEMER For Supervisor HBflBflBSvHEBHB3MuSHMnK&HHBHHKiBBBHBHj BBKwi HfflttHHH9PMMBBB BBSHIl """"Hk'IBMbbPwI W vbBBBBBB1 HpPMMC FRED TURRILL .For Representative, 4th District W. IL McOLELLAN For Supervisor SOLOMON MEHEULA For Representative, 4th District. VSBB LESTER PETRIE For Supervisor r hi v vrrin m! E. H. F. WOLTERS For Representative, 4th District M. C. PACHECO For Supervisor ROBERT PAHAU For Supervisor

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