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v THE Friday. October 29th, 1926. TIMES-NEW- MEflll, S, UTAH 9 B&EIP SMLJ There is good 'in Analyze their biographies carefully and then judge for yourself as to their qualifications. all of us and bad in the besl: of us, but mosT: of the time mosT: of the people have ftood for the principles of the G. O. P. There is a reason. Usually the majority is right. Let efficiency and economy be our guides. VOTE THE REPUBLICAN TICKET STRAIGHT. PLAY SAFE M. M. KIAGIIN For County Sheriff Kaighn, candidate for of Juab County, was born in Salt Lake City 42 years ago. He has al ways been a consistent Republican, taking an active part at all times. He is a veteran of the Spanish American War also the World War. Was with M. M. JAMES II. OCKEY For County Clerk "James H. Ockey, Republican can- didate for County Clerk, was born in Utah in 1889; educated in the schools of the state, and graduated from the University of Utah in 1923 with the degree of Batchelor of Science. Enlisted in the Signal N J ' ..." :v'L v 'M ... I 4V ;4j:' '' ) i iliiipillllli Troop C 1st Utah Volunteer Cavalry, and during the World War was on special service in Itay attached to the Italian General Staff with the rank of 1st Lieutenant. He has had experience in the administration of the affairs of the sheriff's office at Salt Lake City and is qualified in every respect. He for good government, common sense in office and a true and clean admin istration of the affairs of the sheriff's office. He has been successful de in his private affairs and will vote his entire time to the public if successful on Nov. 2nd. GEORGE II. RYAN Republican Candidate for Representative George H. Ryan, Republican candidate from Juab county for the House of Representatives, at the next session of the Utah Legislature, was born at Hays City, Kansas, 4 8 years ago. The family moved to Leadville, Colorado, in 1881 and then to Breckenridge in 1882, where his early boyhood was spent, his father, Captain George Ryan, being one of the pioneer mill and mine operators of that district. In 1890 the family moved to Salt Lake City, Utah, as Captain Ryan had become interested in the Tintic District. The family moved to Eureka in 1895, residing here until 1900. During this time Captain Ryan was the member from Juab county to the Constitutional Convention, when Utah was admitted o statehood, and his wife, Mrs. Mary M. Ryan, was very active in educational work In Tintic, having been a member of the school board and very actively connected with the establishment of the Tintic High School in his 1897. Geo. H. Ryan received education in Utah schools and for e the past twenty-fivyears has been actively engaged in mining, railroad and irrigation engineerng throughout the western states, principally in Utah. For nearlv six years he was an assistant engineer of the Oregon Short Line Railroad, making crosr-in- g abstracting ' s - V'V $y.. agreements, fc jp$c " titles and purchasing right of way. This work took hirn through the agricultural sections of Utah, Wyoming, Idaho and Oregon, where he became familiar with many of the problems confronting the farmer in his development of lands, markets for his crops and the many phases of irrigation practice. While Mr; Ryan has followed mining engineering principally he has always taken an active interest in social and economic- problems in his community and is considered a progressive builder. His varied experience throughout the mining and agricultural sections of the west have fitted him to represent these combined industries as a member of the Legislature. In 1903 Mr. Ryan married Miss Helen M. Shepard, of Missouri, who had been teaching in the Kureka schools. They have two children, a hoy and a girl, 15 and 12 years old, respectively, who are students in the Eureka Mr. Ryan owns his resischools. dence in Eureka and has extensive mining interests in the Tintic District, having been a taxpayer of Juab County for many years. In 1922 Mr. Ryan returned to Eureka and in 1924 was instrumental in effecting a consolidation of his property with the North Heck Minand since ing company's property then he has had charge of the latter company's development work being done through the Sacramento shaft. Geo. H. Ryan is of the West and for the West. He understands the problems of the mining and agricultural communities which vitally afInternal developfect our state's ment. Vole the Republcan Tlsket straight and put George Ryan in the state legislature to cooperate with Smoot nd Colton at Washington. a, Corps of the U. S. Array in 1918 and saw service in France during the World War; received injuries necessitating seven months in the hospitals of France and England. Was first post commander of the American Legion organized in Utah. He was elected a member of the Board of Education of Juab School District in 1924 and secretary of the Juab County Livestock Association in 1925. Mr. Ockey is eminently qualified for the duties of the office of County Clerk of Juab County. 1' JOHN H. DONNELLY 2 year Commissioner BWWAMMWMIWWWUM For WILLIAM BURTON WILLIAM G. ORME For 4 Year Commissioner For County Treasurer William G. Orme Republican candidate for county commissioner, four year term, is the present incumbent of that office; has faithand the fully served in that capacity people have confidence in his abilis the present ity as such. Mr. Orme Williaru Burton, candidate for Treasurer, was born at Nephi. He was educated in the schools of Utah and is a practical abstractor, thoroughly acquainted with the work of treasurer and is without question a most competent and efficient man In placing in .nomination John H. Donnelly for the office of county commissioner . the Republicans - gave proper recognition to the element of the party and paidyounfer signal honor to one of Eureka's native sons. Mr. i Donnelly was born years ago, the son of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Donnelly who !are among the best known resident of the Tintic District. The candidate's father, P. J. Donnelly, played an Important part in the early development of the mining industry of this section, his greatest achievement being the opening and successful 'operation for many years of the Grand Central mine .at Mammoths John H. Donnelly has followed mining during the greater part of his life and while he has never befor been a candidate for public offic h has a keen appreciation of the need and problems of the county and should make a most competent eouL-t- y commissioner. His motto will be: "A Bquare deal for all, special priTl-legto none." This position is one of the most Important to be filled at the coming election. County commissioners are really the managers of all county business. These positions should be filled by men of integrity and honesty such as those who are seeking the offices on the Republican ticket. -- - .' : V. J. SANDERS For County Attorney es El'IIRAIM L. ELLERTSON I'. J. Sanders, Republican candiFor County Recorder date for County Attorney received Ephraim Leroy Ellertson, candidate for County Recorder, was born in Mona, Juab County in 1893. He was educated in the schools of the Y. U state, having attended the U. for two years and the U. A. C. tcr one year. He has held the secre- taryship of the Mona Farm Bureau for the past ten years and is at present its secretary. He served for two years on the local town board and was a member of the board to in- corporate the town of Mona. He chairman of the Board of County was instrumental in bringing about Commissioners and his record as a the improvement of the Mona water commissioner Is an honor and credit system. He has also served as a to the county he represents. He Is member of the board of the Nebo of Mona. His well known throughout the entire Cattle Association county as a thorough business man. life's work has been that of farming We believe, if His work is his best recommenda- and stock raising. elected to the position of County Retion, and his efficient service and courtesy to all citizens alike be- corder, Mr. Ellertson will be foucd speaks for him what words fail to an efficient member of the political staff of Juab County. express. it . i his legal training in New York and the LaSalle Extention University of his abiity, Chicago. Recognizing the U. S. Government engaged Mr. Sanders as a public demonstrator and lecturer, during which time he was sent from state to state giving lectures and demonstrations in food preservation during the world wat. In this capacity he appeared before the Farmer's Roundup of the Mississippi Valley at Hays, Kansas, their four day convention; also at Manhattan and at the Agriculturdui-in- g al College at Ames, Iowa, Arkansas City, In Colorado and Utah University and high schools and Elementary schools of this state. We believe Mr. Sanders is qualified for the position of County Attorney, and if elected, will give the duties of the office his best attention to the end that Justice and satisfaction will bo obtained for the Job. He Is widely known through the county for his business qualifications. If elected, Mr. Burton promises to give the people his best efforts and a square deal with both efficiency MONDAY, s f ' i ' and economy as his goal. BIG REPUBLICAN RALLIES NEPHI 'lit . 1 Venice Theatre tera-thirty-si- Amusement Hall LEVAN NOVEMBER IsT SPEAKER- S- J. PRESTON CREER and WESLEY KING FREE PICTURE SHOW GOOD MUSICAL TO ALL OVER 6 yrs. PROGRAM 1 j V f - JAMES IL ELLISON For County AsseBsor James H. Ellison of Nephi, is the for Coua'y Republican candidate Assessor. He received his education in the schools of the state. He has had three years business training in the Snow . Academy at Ephraim, Utah. At the present time he holds the office of Secretary and Treasurer of the Nephi Farm Bureau and is a director of the County ' Farm Bureau and is also a director of the Mr. Nephi Company. Irrigation Ockey's life work has been farming and stockralsing, and we believe he Is well fitted for the position of Assessor of Juab County.