The Norfolk weekly news-journal. (Norfolk, Neb.) 1900-19??, October 24, 1902, Page 4, Image 4

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    THE NORFOLK NEWS : MIT DAY , OCTOBER 2 < 1 , U)02. )
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REPUBLICAN TICKET.
Stnto.
For OoTrrnor
JOHN II , MKKET
For Lieutenant ( loTortior
K. U. Mrdu.TON . -.Dcmitln *
ForTronKiror
PKTER UOIITKNKON Ynlltir
For Hocrelnrj of Htnte
O. A. MARHI Itlclinrihau
For Auditor
CtiAnl.HNVKHION Hlinrlilnn
PorHnporliitontlmit of I'ulillo Instruction
Wlt.I.IAM K , l'\M.KII ) \\llfhltlKUm
For Altornny ( Innoral
FRANK N , I'UOUT . ( ) IIRO
For LHIII ! Cutmnlnloupr
QBOUOK 1) ) . KOU.UI.H NacliollR
Congressional.
For CoiiKrcrrmnn , Thlnl District
JOHN J , ML-CAUTIIY Ulxoti
Scnatorinl.
For Blnln Benntnr , Klo\ontli District
Du , J , U. AI.IIIN 1'lcrco
County.
For County Attorney
It CUT MAVIH : Norfolk
For lloiireteiitatlvoTuantjr-tlilril IHMrlcl
F. I' . PUTNKY Joirorson
For Cotmiilitlonor , Flrit District
Cliuin , HCIIUITT ( Ireon ( Inrclou
Precinct.
For ( inccfor II , (1 ( , IliuinoiMANN :
For juttlcB of tlio peace to lilt Micancy. . . .
8. W.IlAlEH
Tor rend ovaricor , dlitilct No. 1
MAUTIN IluuuKKII
For roail o\orsoor district No. H
\Vu.lMM HAANOII
The weather might bo nu intlnmtion
llmt picnics and outings nro in season
but it could never bo t nit on to menu
tlmt cleutlou day and winter nro almost
duo.
The extravagance of the last fusion
otnto ntliulnistration is not the kind of
record the tax payers are looking for an
nn inducement to return those parties
to power.
If the fusionists want their Rtato
ticket to BO through on a claim of hon
esty mul economy they would do well
to conceal or efface the record they have
loft behind at ) a legacy to the state.
A week from next Tuesday is when
Jlickoy and McCarthy will bo elected ,
the former as governor of Nebraska and
the latter as congressman from the
Third district.
ISnoh succeeding fall in Nebraska
seems to bo moro beautiful than the one
tlmt has preceded it and the people of
other parts of the country will never
know what perfect weather is until they
Jiavo expeiU'iiced a Nebraska autumn.
Senator Boveridgo of Indiana describes
the democratic campaign this year as a
"campaign of abandoned iesues. " The
party certainly deserves some degree of
consideration and "a campaign of aban
doned issues" describes the situation tea
a nlcotj * .
Daring the last fusion regime pigs
were bought from "Uncle Jako" Wolfe
nt f 124 per pig for the hospital for the
insane at Lincoln. Even at the present
price of pig meat such prices can bo con
sidered in no other light than that of
vrfuitou extravagance.
This section of the state will bo
honored by being represented in the
senate by such a man as Dr. J. M. Aldeu
of Pierce. His personal affairs indi
cate that ho is a man of excellent busi
ness judgment and a business man is
what is wanted in the coming legisla
ture. A vote for Mr. Alden is a vote in
the right direction and there is little
question but that ho will bo elected.
The democrats have been backed up
to their last stronghold when they raise
the tariff question as an issue. They
have fought many battles from this
point , have lost many times and won out
once. It is the only issue they possess
upon which they can place any reliance
and the republicaui are always willing
to meet them on that question , because
the republican position has been re
peatedly sustained.
If the democratic arguments against
the American tariff hold good that
American manufacturers sell their prod-
nets cheaper in foreign countries than
they do at home , it must also bo respon
sible for the fact that German manu
facturers of steel sell steel billets at
home at 05 marks per ton while they
sell the same product to American
huyers for 05 marks. They should
therefore EC ml their campaign workers
to Germany to secure votes for their
ticket.
The fmlonlsts are disconcerted by the
lack of interest manifest in their public
meetiiif-'H. They have turned their best
oratorical talent IOOPO but hnvn h f > n
highly disappointed
have drawn. Evi -
not succeeded in
asm that might IKJ interpreted to menu
Hurci'hH at thu polls. The pi'oplo have
nhtolutidy refused to turn out and
listen , and the politicians of that party
ate very fearful that it is bccaiiKO tiny
are mitlMlwl with conditions as they
oxlNt and do not think it worth while to
go to meeting and hear the conditions
iluplort'd and ahiiso of the party in
power.
The fufllonlHtH are again making some
promises if elected , or at limit the cum *
imlgnorH are making promises for the
candidates. One would think that with
their experience in making promison be *
fore they were given power the last time
they would ho very cantious as to
their promisor thin fall , hut they nro
not. They hope to decolvo the people
again. They are making promises
whitk they know will never bo carried
out , and the voters do not propose to
give them an opprotnnity to make an
other record of broken promises such as
Edgitr Howard of the Columbus Tele
gram him disclosed.
All saloon men are not falling over
themselves in an endeavor to follow
cor t id n leaders of that clement who are
endeavoring to discredit Mr. Mickey
because ho Is a sober man. They real
ize that saloon or anti-saloon has not
boon contemplated as an issue this cam
paign , except so far as some of the sa
loon men have endeavored to make it
appear HO , and they further reall/.o that
If they endeavor to thrust this forward
IIH mi IHMIU the nconlo mav hocomo so
far disgusted with their meddling wit
politics that in Homo future campaign
they may see to it , that it is an issue beyond -
yond question and that their tactics
have nrndo thorn numerous onomirs who
will unlto with these opposed to saloons
to force them to observe stricter regula
tions. Such n possibility will operate
to convince many who are for saloons
to bo very careful as to how they oppose
Mr. Mickey. They will observe wise
discretion in not aggravating the people
to make that an issue beyond a doubt ,
MAKERS OF BUTTER ELECT.
H. J. Nlotert of Walker , la. , Again
Chosen President.
MilwaukeeOct. . i4. ! The Natlona
Creamery lluttor Makers' aasociatloi
elect I'd the following ollleera : 1'ros
dent , H. J. Nlotert , Walker , la. ; vie
president , C. 11. Christiansen , Johnsoi
Creek , Win. ; secretary , 13. Ludendorf
Elgin , HI.
1'rlzoa were won na follows : Cham
plonshli ) $100 cup , John Solllc , Ne\
Swollen , Minn. , score 08.12 , the hlglics
average of the 512 contctmnta in the
six iiuiiitliH1 butter test ; gold medal , 1C.
L. Duxlmry , Qroon Hay , WIs. , score
9S' ' ( . ; allver medal , M. Soiidorgunrd ,
llutelilitBOti , Miss. , score JS.5 ! ! ; silver
CUJIH , 1 * . K. Kleffer , Strawberry I'olnt ,
la. , neon ? ! > 7.50 ; J. J. Uecht , Hoalyn , S.
1) . , score 95.
State averages : Minnesota , 229 en
tries , average score 91.53 ; Iowa , 150
entries , score 89.01) ) ; South Dakota , 31
entries , score 90.12.
Among the icsolutlons passed was
the following : "That the National
Creamery Ituttor Makers recommend
most earnestly to all creameries In
the United States that they assess
tliemttolvi'B annually for live years ,
beginning Nov. 1 , 1902 , the sum of 2
cents per 100 pounds on the output of
butter In their creameries for the pur
pose of a fund to bo placed in the
hands of the National Dairy union ,
the same to tie used for the defense of
the dairy Interests of the United
States In the promotion of right state
and national loeislatlon. "
Other resolutions commended the
six months' educational test , the agrl'
cultural experiment stationa and
urging congress to Increase the annual
appropriation for each station.
To Avert a Coffee Crisis.
New York , Oct. 24. Reports from
the committee on causes of the crisis
have been presented at the meeting oi
the International American Coffee as
sociation. At present , the report said ,
the ones who lost are the producer
and the consumer. The middleman
Is the gainer. To abate the crisis It
was declared necessary to limit con
sumption and decrease the supply of
coffee until the equilibrium of supply
and demand bo established and a nor
mal price arrived at.
Onward Silver Lowers Record.
Memphis , Oct. 24. Cresceus , In his
attempt to reduce his record of 2:02VJ :
failed at the Memphis Trotting assocl
atlon yesterday , covering the mile in
2:04 : flat. Onward Silver went against
his two-mile record of 4:29' : ' { ! and amli !
much enthusiasm covered the distance
In 4:2S : i , reducing his record 1'S
seconds.
Union Pacific Gets Road.
New York , Oct. 21. Ofllcial announcement
nouncoment has been made , according
to the World , that a controlling Inter
cst of the St. Joseph and Grand Island
railroad has been purchased by the
Union Pacific to prevent the Rocl
Island from obtaining it. The con
trol was purchased in the open market
Kills Her Husband.
Ottumwa. la. , Oct. 24. Because her
husband tlfrow a bucket of water oi
her while she was asleep at her home
at Jerome this morning , Mrs. John
Kreebs shot and killed him. She la
under arrest.
Mrcnoisnop TO meet Hope.
Rome , Oct. 24. Archbishop Chap.
pcllc , the apostolic delegate to Cuba
and Porto Rico , was received In prl
vato audience by Cardinal Rampolla
thp papal secretary of state , who con
r 'ated ' him on the work he bai
nllshed In Cuba and Porto Rico
'i have a rirlva'o audience wl '
Ingcrsoll Concludes Four Days'
Hearing at St. Paul.
MEET NEXT MONTH IN NEWYORK
Further Evidence Will Do Heard In
the East Vice President CloUQh
8nyo Company Was Formed to
Make Charters Quite Safe.
St. Paul , Oct. 24 The hearing In
thlu i-Iiy ny bpeclal 13xamlner R 0.
IngerHOiI , appointed to take testimony
lor the Uiu.od Stated against the
Northern Kecinltles , the Gieat North
ern Hallway and the Northern Pacific
Hallway companies and other purlieu ,
under the hacnimn anti-trust law , was
concluded late yesterday afternoon
and an adjoin mncnt taken to New
York , Nov. 1U next , when the examina
tion of several witnesses res.UUng In
or about that city will bt-ghi. The
hearing In thin city has lasted four
days. Presidents Hill of the Great
Neil hern , Harris of the Hutllngton
and Mellon of the Northern Pacllk
being the principal witnesses. The
other witnesses were Colonel \V. P
Clung ! ' , vice president of the Northern
Securities company , and Frederick
Wojerhtttiaer , the big lumber man
Yostei day's witnesses wore Colonel
CloiiKh and President Mullen , but
nearly the entile day was devoted to
the former , the government attorneys
paying particular attention to the matter
tor of rates and joint lates , various
Bchedules of tariffs having boon Intro
duced Into the record.
Mr. dough said the effect of possl
bio adverse legislation had bepn onr
Inlluonce In the organization of the
securities company , as some supreme
court decisions had made the question
of vested rights a little uncertain
and they oven feared that their chart
ers might be taken away.
DISCIPLES OF CHRIST ADJOURN
Church Convention at Omaha Close
Its Work With Song.
Omaha , Oct. 24. With the singing
of "God Be With Us Till Wo Mee
Again , " the International convention
of Disciples of Christ adjourned last
night to meet In Detroit In 1903. Ve.
heinent , expression was given Individ
ual opinions of Christian union by
members at yesterday's session at the
Coliseum. The charge was made that
the resolution of Tuesday night ap
proving the federation of churches
had been "railroaded through" by
methods which President Breeden , had
lie been in the chair , would not have
permitted.
Indian Murderer Wants to Die.
Sioux Kails , S. D. , Oct. 21. When
George Bear , a Rosebud agency In
dlan , was arraigned before Judge Cor
land yesterday on an Indictment
charging him with murdering J. C
Taylor , a white man , and John Shaw ,
his stepson , he pleaded guilty , saying :
"I loved that boy. I killed him. 1
want to die. " Judge Garland has ordered
dored a plea of not guilty entered and
appointed an attorney to defend the
prisoner.
President Gladden Re-Elected.
New London , Conn. , Oct. 24. The
convention of the American Mission
association came to an end last night
after President Washington Gladden
of Ohio , who was re-elected , had deliv
ered the annual address. In addition
to President Gladden , those officers
were elected : Recording secretary ,
Rev. Asher Anderson of Massachu
setts : corresponding secretary. Rev.
A. P. Beard of Newark ; treasurer , II.
W. Hubbard of New York.
No Election of Bishop.
Philadelphia , Oct. 24. The house ol
bishops of the Protestant Episcopal
church met hero yesterday in secret
session for the purpose of electing a
bishop for the diocese of Sallna , Kan.
After a protracted session , the an
nouncement was rundo that no election
had taken place. Several nominations
were made and another meeting will
be held today. The names of the
nominees were not made public.
Funeral of Hiram Ware.
Fort Scott. Kan. , Oct. 24. Pension
Commissioner Ware arrived In this
city yesterday with the remains of
his father , who died in Washington
this week. The funeral was held in
the afternoon. From here Mr. Ware
will go to his homo In Topeka , where
he will rest for several days. He has
cancelled his engagement to speak in
the Republican campaign in this state.
Missionary Council Adjourns.
Philadelphia. Oct. 24. The final
sessions of the conference of the mis
sionary council of the Protestant
Episcopal church were held yesterday.
Important questions were discussed
and the impression prevailed among
the delegates that much has been ac
complished toward improvement of
the missionary branch of the church.
Work of Spiritualists.
Boston , Oct. 24. Questions of mis
sionary agitation was discussed by the
National Spiritualists' association.
The chief point was whether there
should be more missionaries sent out
the coming year. The sentiment be
ing favorable , the manner and method
of their work was left to the board of
trustees.
Sherlock Wins on a Foul.
St. Louis. Oct. 24. In the twenty
round boxing contest before the West
End club last night between Tommy
Sullivan and Joe Sherlock. Sullivan
knocked Sherlock out In the seconJ
round by a blow below the belt. Re-
Children's Cloaks.
Wo make a specialty of these goods
and carry the most popular styles , agis
from the first long cloak up to 10 years
All wool budford cord cloaks , f-J < ( " >
up.
1 Ii'iivy pebble cloth coats , -I to 0 years ,
Broadcloth , kersey , ottoman and other
cloths ,
Hlack silk moire coats , $5.87 and $7.50.
RFiuo tinality of cloth coats from $ l.oO
up to $12 HO.
All kinds of headwear to match coats
for children.
If yon want furs see onr stock before
you buy.
MHR. J. BOSON ,
South Sixteenth stroc-t ,
Omaha , Nob.
Btnrgoon in the mane mixn.
Farms rented for nonresidents. Col-
potions made. Insurance written by
Gardner & Seller.
Low Rates Every Day.
Every day during the months of September
tombor and October , Ifl02 , Union Pacific
will sell one-way settlers tickets at the
following rates , from Missouri river to
Ogdi-n and Salt Lake $20.00
Butte and Helena 20.00
Spokane 22 50
Portland and Ashland 25.00
Tiiconm and Seattle 25 00
San Francisco 25 00
Los Angeles and San Diego 25 00
Correspondingly low rates from In
termediate points.
For full inforznation call on your near
est agent or adress
J. B. ELSEFrnii.
Agent.
Who is Insitfe of This Shirt ?
would bo hard to guess , but if it is one
of our patrons you can be sure that it is
a man who is well satisfied when ho
gets it on. The man that fjets behind a
shirt front laundered hero always beams
with satibfnctiou when ho sees the exquisite -
quisito color and finish that we have laid
upon it. Onr work is the acme of per
fection on shirts , collars and cuffs , and
you can't match it anywhere.
'Phone ' 83 Norfolk Sfeam laundry
L. L.
PLU
Steam and
Hot Water
Heating.
First door South of News Office.
M.E. SPAULDINC ,
DBALEU IN
FLOUR FEED
, - ,
TELEPHONE : : NO. 8S
] yUS. E. A. HITOHCOOK ,
Dressmaking.
Agent for Glove Fitting Dress System.
128 South 4th Street ,
Second door north of Madison Ave.
HOP ! Mi
fldlL mil
OSTEOPflTHIG PHVSICIflN.
Residence and olllco , 307 Madison Ave. ,
East. Hours from i ) a * in. to 4 p. m.
Monday. Wednesday and Friday after
noons from 1 to 0 in Pierce.
gESSIONS & BELL ,
Undertakers and Einhalmer& ,
Seislons Blk , , Norfolk Ave ,
Norfolk. Nebraski
Livery
. .and Sale
Stable
GOOD GOODS.
. . .
Are Not Cheap , and Cheap Goods Arc Not Good ,
but there is a happy medium between the two
extremes , and we claim to have found it in our
New Fall Line. Price considered , we are fur
nishing better goods for the money than we ever
did before. And then remember , if what you
buy of us isn't right , we make it right.
IBIIII HOFFMAN & SMITH.
We are exclusive agents for
Ehvell Kitchen Cabinet.
0 A. LOIKAUT , I'BMIDENT. W. H , JOHNSON , CABUIBB ,
OIIAB. B. imiUQK , VIDE PUESIDBNT. LKO 1'ASEWALK , ABB'T CAsnir.K.
The Citizens National Bank.
Capital , $50,000. Surplus , $10,000.
Bny nd neil exchanso on this country anil BU'pnrts of Knropo. | Farm Loans ,
Director ! . CABL ASMUB , W 11. Jon.NBON , CIIAS. S. Bin DOE. C , W. liBAABcn , i M ,
M , A T.UIKABT T. K MuMMINdKH. It , BKHHIONN
THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER
SIMPLE , DURABLE
ALWAYS RELIABLE
A dollar of service fof every
dollar of cost. That is the
record. Illustrated book free.
= The :
Smith Premier Typewriter Co.
Cor. 17th and Ptiruam Sts. , Omaha , Neb ,
Get What You Ask for at
UHLE'S ' GROCERY. i
ALL ORDERS are filled promptly and with care.
Our goods are FIRST-CLASS in every particular. ; |
We know precisely what is wanted by our customJ ; J
ers.
We aim to Give you the Best Value $
for Your Money.
South side Maiu St. , between 2d and 3d. Telephone 41. (
Railroad and Business Directory.
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R. R. TIMETABLE.
Fremont , Elkhorn & Mo. Valley
EAST. DEPART.
Omnlm Passenger 8:03am :
Chicago Express 12:40p : m
EAST , ABB1VE.
Chicago Express 7:30 : p m
Omulm Passenger 12:10pm :
WEST. DKPABT.
Black llllls express 7:50pin
Verdlgro Passenger 12:40p m
YerdiKro Accommodation 8:30am :
W K8T. AnBIVE.
Black Hills Express 12:20 : p m
Verdigro Passenger 6:03am :
Verdiero Accommodation 7:10pm :
The Chicago and Black Hills Express arrives
and departs from Junction depot. The Omaha
and VerdiBre trains arrive and depart from city
depot. U. C. MATBAU , Agent.
Union Pacific.
BOOTH. DEPAET.
Colnmbns Accommodation 3:00 : p m
Omaha , Denver and Paciilo Coast 11:00 : a m
NORTH. ABBIVE
Columbue Accommodation 11:45 a m
Omaha , Ifcnvor and Pacific coast 9:00pm :
Connect ; at Norfolk with F. , E 4 M. V. going
west and north , and with the C. 8t. P. M. & O ,
for points north and east.
J. B. ELBEFFEB , Agent.
Chicago , St. Paul , Minneapolis
& Omaha.
KART. DEPART.
Sioux City and Omaha Passenger. . . . 6:30 : am
Bionx CityPasBenger l:10pm :
WIST. ABBIVE.
* 31onx City Passenger 10:50am :
Blocx City and Omaha Passenger 7:2Spm :
Connects at Norfolk with F , , E , it M. Y , going
west and north , and with the D. P. for points
south. J. 13. ELBEFFEB , Agent.
Daily except Bandar.
MILLARD GREEN ,
DRRY and TRMSFER LINE
Piano Moving a Specialty.
Phone f > 8. Calls Protnptlv Answered.
112 and Loan
ASSOCIATION
will build you a
on easy pay * " ' fe ' "Vmio and see us.
'
J.B.HERMANN ,
Contractor and Builder
11 7 Fourth Street ,
M. E. SPAULDINQ ,
Flour and Feed
411 Norfolk Avenue.
flSKEEP'S
Cheapeit and Dest.
Norfolk Avenue
J.W.EDWARDS
ALI , WOBK GUARANTEED.
Cor , Braaech ave and 4tb St.
The Norfolk Horseshcer
For Plumbing , Steam Filling , Pomps , Tanki
Wind .Mills
And all work In this line call on
STITF & WHITE.
Bhtisfaction Qnaranteed.
First door West of Ahlman's Bicycle Shop.
Leave orders at Telephone I ) 2M.
THE
NORTH WESTERN
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F. B. A B. V. { } . { < . , is thR best tourd
from the
SUGAR BEET FIELDS ,
ofNorth
North Nebraska