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THE NORFOLK NKWS : KHIDAV , SKPTKMHKK 20,1901. 0
An Anxious People Watch the
SINCERE GRIEF IN NORFOLK.
Flags arc at Half Mast and the Town
is in Mourning Arrangements for
Public Demonstration at the Hour
of the Funeral.
l'.om SMtirtliiy'B Dully
Lust night was a tiino of vigil in Nor
folk , peopln generally n nniining up to
watch loports from the budsido of Presi
dent Mc'Kinli y. IJy midnight , how
ever , thu c-ro.vds huil begun to thin out
mid at 1 o'clock , when the eleetno lights
were turned on" and the telegraph olliro
cloned , people went homo , feeling cer
tain that the morning would bring them
news of the death of the president.
This information was furnished them
by the special edition of Tin : Nnw.s ,
which was distributed among its patrons
at 5 o'clock this morning.
Although the telegraph olllco at this
place is supposed to close at 8 o'clock ,
Mrs. Hart , the operator , appreciating
the interest that was being maintained
in the sad event at Hull'aln , remained at
her key unt 1 I o'clock this morning.
Before the closing of the otlice , arrante-
ments were miido with the American
Press association to give further in
formation to THE NKWM by telephone.
and in this way the announcement of
the death of the president was received
at about 1 : ! ! 0 , some 15 iniuntts after lie
had passed mvny. llo died at 5Jlf : >
Eastern time , which is an hour faster
than hero. The telephone company also
kept its patrons informed ly issuing
bulletins frequently. A force was
maintained at Tin : Niws : olllco all night ,
so when the carrier boys came for their
papers at 15 o'clock , they were ready for
Sorrow was depicted upon every face
this morning as the news quickly spread
that the president had passed away.
Flags upon public buildings were dis
played at half mast , and many pictures
of the martyred president appeared
in the windows draped in mourn
ing. It is a sorry day for the nation , it
is a gad day for Norfolk.
The thought seemed to occur to M ij-or
Koouigstein and Cjinmander Ruinbolt
of the G. A. R. , at about the same time
that fcotno public demonstration should
bo held on the day of the funeral , and
after consultation it , was decided that
inasmuch as President McKinley was a
member of the G. A. R , it would be
eminently proper for the services to beheld
held under the auspices of the G. A. R. ,
and a meeting has been called for Mon
day afternoon to make arrangements.
It is planned to hold a public service at
the opera house on the hour of the fu
neral , and every business house in the
city will be asked to close its doors dur
ing the time. While the services will be
under the auspices of the G. A. R. , the
city oflicials , W. R. C. , civic societies
and the public generally will be invited
to participate. The mayor will is-ii'i a
proclamation requesting that all busi
ness houses remain closed during the
hour of the service.
Message of Condolence.
On behalf of citizens of Norfolk ,
Mayor Koeuigs-teiu addressed a telegram
to Mrs. McKiulay as follows :
Norfolk , Sept. M Mrs. McKinley ,
Milburn House , Butfalo , N. Y. : All
citi/.eus of Norfolk join in extending to
you their heartfelt sympathies in your
hour of bereavement.
D. , T. KOKNKiSTElX ,
John McGee is a Norfolk visitor from
Hot Springs , S. D.
L.'kC. Chapman , an attorney at Atkin
son , is a Norfolk visitor.
R. A. Ransch was up from Stanton
yesterday to visit friends.
C. E. Hoffman of Gordon was in the
city yesterday on business.
W. H. Butterfleld was a passenger for
Chicago yesterday morning.
John Malone and 0. W. Sprout were
over from Madison yesterday.
J. and D. Nead were in the city from
Plainviow yesterday on business.
Miss Lena Krahn expects to leave for
Omaha Monday for a visit with friends.
Quite a number of Norfolk people j
went to Madison today to attend the
Miss Alma Bethke arrived on the
noon train from West Point to visit
John Huebner arrived from Hot
Springs , S. D , yesterday for a visit
John McNeil of Bloomllold has been
sick and is now a guest at the homo of
his father , Dennis McNeil.
Mr. and Mrs. Simons of St. Paul ,
Minn. , are hero for an extended visit
with Mr. and Mrs. R. Blatt.
Miss Joanna Ilagey left yesterday
morning for Cedar Rapids , la. , where
she goes to take a position in the public
Mr. and Mrs. David Baum entertained
a company of friends at a 0 o'clock din
ner last evening , covers being laid for
Exempt firemen who have not yet ob
tained their exempt certificates may se
' euro thiun nt Chlif Hartford's place of
Miss Hose Fix has accepted a position
witli Dtirtand S'stcrs and Miss Ulllo
Fox lins taken u phicu at the hospital
for the itiMino.
\V. II 1) iker of Cedar Huplds Is here
with his family and will make Norfolk
his future home. He has taken charge
of the oil wagon.
.1 K. Bens haw rented the residence
property recently completed byV. . H.
Hight on South Tenth street and will
occupy it in a few days.
J. D. Larrabeo has purchased the res
idence property on NS'est Norfolk
avenue.recently vacated by R. A. Stew
art , and will soon occupy it I'M a rcni-
The drl//ling rain of yestenhiy and
today lias been far from pleasant at d
the cool temperature has in nowise
added to the comfort and convenience
of the people.
Dr. F. M. Fling , head of the Eu
ropean history department of the Miito
university , passed through the city this
noon on his \vuy homo to Lincoln from
a trip to the western part of the state.
C1 J. O'Connor and son \Vinnobago
spent the night with Mrs. O'Connor's
sister , Mrs. A. D Cole , taking the early
freight this morning on their way to
the Waite ranch winch Mr. O'Connor
has lately purchased.
The funeral of Mrs. Maas was hold
this afternoon , at U o'clock fiom the
home of her son in-law , C. V. lliase ,
and at ! I o'clock from Christ Lutheran
church A largo number of friends and
neighbors followed the remains to their
last resting place.
Mr. and MM. W. II. Burhol/ inform
ally entertained a few friends at , whist
last evening. Mrs. P. II Salter won
the first pri/.o for ladies and the gentle
men's prize was won by Dr. P. H
Salter. The former was presented with
a haiidsimo little vase and the latter re
ceived a paper knife of hollv wood.
The base ball game at Creighton yes
terday resulted in a victory for the
Norfolk team by a score of 4 to : . ' . The
batteries were : Norfolk. Turner and
Wilkins ; Creighton , Cheatwood and
Carroll. Time of game 1 : 'M. ( 'heat-
wood struck out ( i and Turner f > . Nor
folk's four scores were made in the first
inning , largely by reason of errors on
the part of the Creighton team.
We offer SO cents per hundred for
sweet whole milk , which is equivalent
to : > 0 cents per pound for butter fat.
Call and sue us.
HAUDIXU CKEAMKKY Co.
BASE BALL AGAIN.
Creighton Takes Another Game from
the Norfolk Team.
The ball game yesterday afternoon
between the Creighton and Norfolk
teams was won by the former by n score
of1 to 5. There was not a largo crowd
in attendance , but those who went were
rewarded by seeing n very good game
in spite of the chilly weather that pre
vailed , and it was decided in an hour
and ' ( ) minutes.
The Creighton team was strengthened
by Buchanan , the Sioux Falls , S. D. ,
twiiior , and while the homo team found
him for seven safe hits they were not
bunched to bring the li.rgest results.
Turner was found for li ( hits by the
visitors'but they availed nothing , except
in the seventh inning when the five
scores were made and the game won.
Following is the score :
AH. K. H. O. A. K.
(2hentil , 2b 0 0 3 0 u
Porriue , cf
Qrcn , ft
Ctirrotl , c
Huclmuitn , I >
Turner , rf' . : . . . . . . . . .
( J loy , If
Finton , 3b
Totals 40 3 16 27 6 2
AH. R. H. O. A. E.
WiikfiiB.c 4 1 1 13 1 0
Partridge , cf
Howe , lib
Htoolo , 111
Porterea 4 0 U 0 2 0
Totals 35 4 7 27 7 0
C'retebton . '
Earned rune : CreiRhton 5 , Norfolk 3. Tlireo-
bnfohite : I'artriiUo. Two-bafo-Uitn : Cheat-
woi.d , Howe , Sie lo. Stolen bases : Hnllemltli ,
Hiichnnan , Fiueon , Itowo. Struck out : Hy
Ilncuanau f > . by Turner 7.Hnea on bnlU : Oil
Tnrneild throw : Dnchauuu , I'litebnl :
Second Ward Caucus ,
The Second ward caucus , held last
evening , organized by electing J. W.
Ransom chairman and L M. Uaylord
secretary. The following named dele
gates were chosen to attend the county
convention at Battle Creek : J. W.
Ransom , Geo. N. Beels , Sydney Robert-
sou , II. M. Roberts , S. R. McFarlnud , G.
W. Lee and L. M. Gaylord. L. M.
Gaylord was elected judge and J. W.
Rausou clerk of primary to bo held this
afternoon. It was adopted as the sense
of the meeting that J. J. Clements bo
supported as nominee for sheriff. II ( f.
Bruggomauu , J. W. Ransom and L. M.
Gaylord were elected as Second ward
Low Rates to Buffalo Pan-American.
The Nicklo Plato road selling
tickets at exceptionally low rates to
Buffalo and return , good for 10 , 15 and
. ' 10 days. For particulars and Pan-
American folder of buildings and
grounds , write John Y. Calahan , general -
oral agent , 111 Adams street , Chicago.
City ticket office 111 Adams street.
The West Nebnuka M. K. eonfcrenci
in in session this week at Ainsworth.
Ilemiui NValkor will go to Lincoln to
morrow to enter the state univeisity.
Fred Parker IH here from Kearney
and in the guest of lit * brother , Dr. 0 S.
Mrs. W. T. Crook and grandson of
Fremont are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Miss llattlo McKim will leave for
Omaha tomorrow , whirj she will enter
Ed Seymour , who formerly lived in
Norfolk , has moved from York to Deadwood -
wood , South Dakota.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H.Hniannon and son
of Elgin spent Sunday with Mrs. lo- !
Imnnon's parents , Mr. and Mrs. A. 1C.
John Oealy , who farms near Gordon ,
estimates his orop of potatoes this fall
nt 1'JOO or l.fiOO bushels and at $1 a
bushel he will make a handsome amount
from the crop.
Miss SeverHon , who lives near New
man Grove , saw a rattlesnake in the
yard and was so badly frightened that
she jumped into a Imrb wire fence and
cut a deep gash in her left limb.
A team of ball players captained by
Clyde I'M wards , and the Shoo company
nine were contestants in a 10-inning
game Silurdny afternoon , the latter
team finally winning by a scorn of 10
The North Nebraska conference of
M. E. church which meets in Ncllgh
tomorrow was held in this city a year
ago ami the ministers of the conference
worn guests of the people of Norfolk for
The weather editor of this paper is of
the opinion that the weather will not
set tin until after a frost and then there
will be several weeks of warm tempera-
tun1. He hopes ho is mist iken about
the frost but sincerely desires the warm
weather part of the opinion.
The § 10 prize offered at the Hight
bowling alley for the bo t scores made
up to and including SVunlay night , was
awarded as follows : limy llemlonen
took the first priv.e , ij.'i , with a score of
' Vlt Charles Mathowson of Wumehago
took the second prize of § U with n score
of I.and : ! liuit Mapes was given the S1 '
pri/.o for a score of SI7.
While lathing at John Walter's home
Saturday G. F. McCormiek had the
misfortune to almost sever the thumb
from his loft hand with bin hatchet.
The sharp tool out through the lower
knuckle joint of the thumb severing
the chords. It is considered that ho
will be unable to use his thumb for
some time and it may always bo stiff
On account of Thursday being the
late President McKinley's funonil day
the Stanton county fair association has
postponed its entire program for that
day. This includes the base ball games
with Norfolk , which will bo played Fri-
and Saturday , instead of Thursday and
Friday. The racing events and other
amusements that would have tnki'ii
place Thursday , will bo held on Friday
At a special communication of Mosaic
lodge , No. 55 , A. F. & A. M. , held Sat
urday evening , it was voted to hold
special memorial exercises in the lodge
room on the evening of the day of Pres
ident McKinley's interment. A com
mittee was appointed to draft resolu
tions appropriate to the occasion. There
will bo several short addresses by mem.
hers of the order. All sojourning
brethren are invited to bo present.
The Iowa Nebraska State Veterinary
Medical association will bo held in
Omaha Tuesday and Wednesday of this
week. Dr. 0. A. McKim of this city is
on the program for a dental operation
in clinics at Ramacciotti.s infirmary to
morrow morning and will also road a
paper on "Phlegmasia Dolens or
What ? " Wednesday morning at the
hotel. Mr. McKim expects to leave on
the early morning train to attend the
Two of the ball players , Wilkinson
and Johnson , have left for their homes
in Sydney , Iowa. During the practice
game Saturday Johnson received a se
vere blow from a hot liner that struck
him in the face and would necessarily
retire him from the games for several
weeks. Ho therefore decided to go
home , and Wilkinson accompanied him.
For the Stanton games their places will
be taken by Carroll and Perrino of
Stauton Register : Yesterday morn
ing T. L. Ackerman purchased the
Alderman marble works at Norfolk and
took immediate possession. The pros-
sent foreman of the works will continue
to conduct the business until Mr. Acker-
man can arrange to give his personal
attention to it. Should Mr. Ackerman
give his full attention to the business ,
he would make a great success of it. Ho
is energetic , shrewd and a careful , painstaking -
taking business man. Wo would netlike
like to see him leave our county , but
wish him the best of success in every
Touching services were held in the
churches of Norfolk yesterday in mem
ory of the late president , William
McKinley. The mere mention of his
name seemed to bo enough to draw
tears to the eyes of the people assembled
in worship and devout prayers were
offered that Mrs. IMcKiuley might be
sustained in her hour of trial. The
HerviccH were not devoted e.icliiHivcly In
the memory of the martyred president
on account of the arrangements for
publto memorial services on Thursday ,
but the sad occurraneo wan remembered
in feeling terms by the clergyman and
Norfolk was honored with a visit from
Theodore Koosovelt , now ptcMdont of
the I'nitcd States , last October , the lib ,
and it was perhaps the nearest approach
ton visit from a presidi lit this city has
ever known. Many people will recall
with pleasure and piido the events of
that day. The large crowd in town ,
the enthusiasm displayed , the speech of
Mr. Itoosevelt , the parade , and the
many other circumstance * connected
with his vinit. The speaker's Maud oc
cupied u portion of thu lot on whic.li the
Hishop block now stands The crowd
tilled the rest of the space and extended
oviir into the streets snrionnding it.
Many of the points made by Mr. Moose-
velt in his short speech heieciin bo re
called as they worn of tin ) character
which sticks and IUH vigor was in evi-
'iiro to all who beheld him.
Prophecies and foncasts of the mi-
timalciises just passed are now in
order. There are probably noun more
strange than that at linffalo about four
weeks ago. While a display of 111 it-
works was being made at the Pan-
American exposition grounds a huge
picture of the then vtco picsidcnt. . was
shown in llni. Underneath it were the
words "Our Vice I'rosldent. " Hardly
had the picture boon lighted when the
word "Vice" burned out and left stand
ing in hugo letterri under Mr. Uonso-
velt's picture the words , "Our Presi
dent. " In a miimto or two the word
"Our" accidentally burnt d out , an had
tile ether , and for fully seven minutes
the single word ' President" stood nut
in bold relief. Everybody in the place
was immediately impressed with the
si range oceurronco. Now it would
The Creighton and Norfolk Imsit ball
teams played two gaiiieH at. that place
Saturday and one at Voidigro Sunday
The Saturday forenoon game was won
by Norfolk by a score of 11 to ! , the bat
teries being : ForCrnlghton , F. Fosborg ,
Caley , Cuiroll and HuH'snnth. For
Norfolk , Wilkinson , Wilkins anil Part-
ridge. The afternoon game was won
by Crcighlon , the scorn being II to H.
The batteries were : Norfolk , Sioele ,
Hucklin ami Wilkins ; CruightonCheat-
wood , V. Fosboig and Carroll. A
feature of the afternoon game was thrt
batting of Parti idge. who lined out a
homo run , a throe-bagger , two-bagger
and a safe one in five times at bat. Yes-
erdiiy's game , played at. Vnrdigro , was
won by Norfolk by a .score of lit to 1.
The batteries were : For Creigh'on ,
Cheatwood and Carroll. Norfolk ,
Sttiolo and Wilkins. The Creighton
team was beat in the seventh inning ,
when Cheatwood was knocked out of
the box and F. Fosburg substituted.
The Norfolk team catno homo this
morning very well satisfied with their
experience up thn branch.
Mr. Charles lllgen was born in Wnis-
once , Germany , June M , IHS. ! ! Leaving
Germany at the ago of 11 years , in IM'.i ,
ho came with his parents to America ,
settling at a place called Monee , Illinois.
i\t the ago of 10 he removed from Moneo
to Columbus , this state , whore ho re
mained until ho was 17 years old
From there ho removed to Norfolk ,
where ho has lived during the past It !
years. At the ago of (57 ( years he died
at his homo in this city on Thursday ,
September li ! , after an illness of six
months. H-J leaves a wife and eight
chil iron to mourn his loss. John and
Theodore lllgen , brothers of the deceased -
ceased , who wore hero from Chicago to
visit with him last week , left for homo
Sunday. Miss Elizabeth lllgen , youngest -
est sister , who has been with him for
six weeks , remained until after the fu
neral. Mr. G ergo and Miss Emma
Kloso of Mokena , Illinois , cousins , were
present. The funeral son-ices were
conducted by Rev. Mr. Ryder , pastor of
the Baptist church , at 10 o'clock this
morning. The funeral was well at
tended by friends of the family. The
floral offerings were numerous and ex
pressive of the esteem in which the
deceased was held by his friends and
Third Ward Caucus.
From Tuoeilny'e Daily.
The Third ward republican caucus
was held at the city hall last evening in
pursuance of call. Committeeman
Simpson called the meeting to order ,
and upon motion ho was made chair
man and W. N. Huso secretary.
It appearing that the Third Ward ban
a candidate for sheriff in J. J. Clements ,
after some discussion Mr. Clements was
invited to name the I,1 delegates to the
county convention which is to bo held
at Battle Creek next Saturday. Ho
thanked the caucus for the privilege ,
and selected the following named as
delegates : R. H. Reynolds , John R.
Hays , M. O. Ha/.en , W. N. Huso , A. J.
Johnson , M. O. Walker , W. J. Gow ,
Charles R. Hays , Geo. H. Spear , J. B.
Barnes , W. H. Bucholz , E. A. Bullock.
The primary election was fixed for
Wednesday afternoon nt Saltor's coal
olllce , with G. 15. Salter as judge and
Glaronco Salter as clerk.
Order your engraved visiting cards at
TIIK Nr.ws office 100 cards and plate
$1.CO ; 60 cards and plate $1.
Mr. and Mrs. 1C 1C Adams went pas
Hungers for Omaha I his morning.
Dr. and Mrs. II J. Cole iclnriicd lo
day from their trip to Diilnlh , Minn.
L. C. Mittiilstadl was a pa'songer for
Omaha on the early train this morning.
MUri Maud Underhurg of Madison him
accepted a position with Diirlatid Mis
Ernest Scliulz departed toil ly for New
Ulm , Minn. , where ho will ro-onler
Mr. and Mrs , P. A. Shurlz welcomed
an K-ponnd girl to their homo this
r. P. Hnnitdi of Ponder IH visiting at
the homo of his brother-in-law , C , 1C.
Mr. and MIM. W. O. Heels wont to
Omaha today to attend the Alt Sitr-Hcn
Marry Hint foul ciiiuo down from
llnrtington today to visit his parenlH
Editor W. E. POWCIH of Iho I'lorco
Leader WIVM an early visitor In Norfolk
,1 1C. Iiniols , who lives east , of the
city , departed thin morning for Foil
Scot I , Kansas.
Presiding Elder F M. Slsson him gone
to Neligh to attitnd tin ) annual Metho
Dr. P. II. Sailor returned today from
Lynch wbeio he had hron lo pitrl'ornt a
The families of.I C S'ill ' and M C
I la/on ciiiuo homo today from their out
ing at the Kranlslongh. .
Itcv. C . II. Main departed for Nollgh
last ovoiiing to attend tint annual con-
forciicit of the M. 1C. church.
Carroll Powers and Norris 11 USD left
for Lincoln this morningtoresunut their
studies at the state university.
Steward M C. Walker of tint hospital
for the IIIMIIIO , accompanied his son ,
I Ionian , to Lincoln this morning.
Kev. ICIi Thorp and wife of Itaiulnlph
visited Norfolk friends yesterday while
enronto to the Neligh eonforonco.
Misses Marie Hley and Minnie Whit-
foot loft , on Ihn early ( rain for a I'ow
days' visit with friends in Oinahn.
L. P Pasowalk and F .1. C.iNhin have
qiituriinl Iroin a two weeks' trip to May
City and S.tginaw , Mich. , and Chicago.
The Kiosuu Drug company this morn
ing hi'Kiin Iho woik of installing a now
steam heating plant in , their place of
F. II. Thompson of Omaha , traveling
freight agent of thn Union Pacific , is
hoio today in the interest of that line of
Mrs. N. A. Hainbolt and Mrs. W. H.
Hucholz left , on the early train for
Omaha where they will enjoy the Alt-
Ben. F. Wood , formerly connected
with the Madison Star , but lately in the
newspaper business at Dead wood , S. D ,
returned from the Black Hills yester
Assistant Superintendent C. P. . Koycs
of the Union P.icific inadit the railroad
men of hit * division happy yesterday by
presenting them with their monthly
Prof. Chambers of Omaha is prepar
ing to open a dancing school in Norfolk
in the near future. Mr. Chambers is
not unknown to Norfolk devotees of the
pastime , as ho formerly conducted Hiich
a school hero.
Kev II. H. Millard and wife visited
at the homo o > Mr. and Mrs. L M.
Heeler , enroutu to the North Nebraska
M. 1C conference at Noligh. Rev. Millard -
lard is presiding elder of the Grand
State Superintendent W. K. Fowler
has issued an address urging the public
schools of the state to hold exorcises
memorial to the late president on Thurs
day , or if they aru not in session on the
Friday or Monday following.
The executive committee of the picnio
and old settlers reunion that WOK to
have been hold in Pierce next Saturday
announces that , owing to the death of
President McKiuley , the entertainment
planned has been indefinitely postponed.
A killing frost lust night laid low the
vines and ether tender vegetation that
was unprotected , a thin coating of ice
being frozen over still water. Many
people thought it was going to frost and
protected such plants as they could , but
the amount protected in this manner
was necessarily quite small.
Miss Mary Covert left yesterday
morning for Belleview , where she will
attend school. Having the highest
standing in iho I'.tOl graduating class of
the Norfolk High school she was al
lowed the choice of a free scholarship
in four schools and chose Belloviow ,
for a four-years' course , tuition free.
At the adjourned business meeting of
thu Congregational church held last
evening it was decided to accept the
resignation of Rev. J. P. Ashlov which
had been tendered. It is understood
that Dr Ashley's reason for resigning
the pastorate is that ho may go to Cali
fornia , hoping that a change of climate
may be beneficial to his wife's health.
The promised improvement to Main
street is now underway , the street
grader having been started this morn
ing. The work done thus far has been
of much benefit and the prospect is that
when it Is completed thn main thorough-
fain will bo phicod In tlrst-cliiNs condi
tion. The tough condition IH lining to-
moved , ( hi ) uiuivonnoHH ronUfle.il and
Iho condition for drainage bettered.
Mrn. SollH and mm of Itatllo ( Jruak
diove down Hnnday to visit , thn lady'H
brother , O. K. W. Matiuaidt | , and on
their way homo a dlHiintrouH ao.oldnnt
WIIH nairowly averted at ( ho railroad
closing Astheyapproaohod thotrncltH
an englnit that , had boon Hwltchlng wim
Hliindlng there and when they started
to CIOHH it IIHO ! started and In endeavorIng -
Ing to back the loam out. of Ininn'H way
the wagon wat overturned and the oc-
cnpanlH Hpilled out. No gioal , daniago
WIIH done , but MI-H. Soltn and son were
briiiNnd and badly frlghtoinid and the
tongue of lint wauon WIIH broken. The
occuironco IH a ntuing argument for a
better Hug service al tint crossing and
moro caution on the part of tialnnnui.
TAKKN Ui' Four and ono-half inllns
eiiHl of Norfolk , I unction --a Hi ray Htenr.
Owner nan have the mime by proving
property , paying chargoH mid for this
notice. ,1. M. KUIKUIKOS.
First Ward Caucus.
The First waul caucus WIIH hold nt
thoi'ily hall last evening , and organiza
tion WIIH oll'eclrd by tint election of O.
I1' ICiseloy its chairman and II. II. Hove.o
as secretary. Motion prevailed that. ,1.
,1. ( Moments bo allowed to name the dol-
ales to tint county convention , and ho
selected the following named : 11 , H.
Patterson , W. llomlobon , .1. W. I'M- '
wards , .1. P Wright , II. II. llovim , Al.
Johnson. The primary in being hold at
the OMiiird hotel this al'lernoon , with
C. II. Vnll acting IIH .iiulgit and II. II.
( live tlic".n oil o.l-liviT oil.
It's curit us tusu : t.r ! result.
( iivcit to tin- JUT. ish , fret-
ul child , and he hui lis. Give
t to the pale , aiuviiuc child ,
iiul his f.tce becomes rosy and
nil of health. Take a flat-
hestcd child , or a child that
ins slopped growing , } . ; ive him
he oil , and he nill grow big
ind strong like the rest.
This is not a new scheme.
'I has been done for years.
) f c.urse you must use the I 1
ight oil. Scott's limulsion
Scott's limulsion neither
looks nor tastes like oil because
we are so careful in making it
pleasant to take.
for ficc s.unplf.
, OH A , imVNT ( liumils < . . , I' . .11 1. SI. , N. V.
ya .1. < l fi < > , ill
SpeciflcH cure by acting dirootly upon
HID dihciiHo , without oxcitinj ; disorder in
any other part of the Kystom.
M > . CIJIIKS. rillCK.1.
I I'YtiTH , Coiii/iHt ! " " * , Inllamnmtlnn.i. , ' H
' ! Wnriim , Worm Ki-vi-r , Worm Colic. . . , 'Jft
Jl TrrlhliiK.Colic.rryliiK.Wiikefulni'sa , ' 2H
l-llliirrlu-ii. of riilMrcn or.\dulta 'JS
7-r < iiiulnJ. Colds 1'rowliltln 'ifi
H . ' \riirnluln , Tixitlinchu , Kucuachu 'JS
! l-llriiiliirlir , Kick Hrailnrhu , VertUo. . . ' . ' 5
10-l v | ii'i lii. InillKi'Ktlon.Wuaklltoinacli.ViA
1 I Hiuiiri' Hi'il or riiliifiil I'i-rtoilH 'JS
IVi Wlillm , Too I'rofiiso I'urt-xls vj , ?
I.'I Croup , I.iiryiiKlllx. IIourNoiiesfl 2H
II Halt lUii'tuii , Krsl | 'lft , Kruptloas. . , 'J/i K
1.1 IUn-umnll Mi , Itheumutlc Pnhm ' 2H
Hi Mnlnrln , Chills , Fuvur ami AKUO 2,1
1 U-4'filiirrli , Influenza. Cold In the Head .23
UO-Whouiitni.Cough ' - ! , >
-J7-IUdlirv DUcnucH ti.1
UN Ncrvoim HuMllly 1.00
: iO-IJrlnnry Wrnkn WetUnKllod 'ill
77rll > . HayFuvcr 25
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