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10 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , OCTOBER HO , 11)03. )
THE NORFOLK NEWS
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Kor Jutln of III" Siijiroino Ooiirl-
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Kor Iti'KiuitH of Htiito Unlvoittlty
rimiloN H Alton . hiinciiHlni
W CJ. Wlillmoro . DOURWH
Kor JinlKO Ninth Jiulluliil niHtrlct
J. K. lloyil . . Uilolopo
Kor Trcmmiror ,
ClirlMtoiiluir Hclmvliinil . . . .Shell CrooU
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J. J. ClnninntH . Norfolk
Kor JuilRo , . .
C K. HlMoiuy . Norfolk
Kor ClniH of 111" DlHtrlct Court
W It. Klolil . JofforBon
Kor County CU-rU
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Kor Siipnrlntonilunt I'ubllo lnntrilc-
Ilini . . . .
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Kor AnHOH or
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m II. Klntliotl . Moiulow nrovo
Kor Hurvi'vor , ,
W It. l.owo . . . . . . Norfolk
Kor County CommlHMlonor , Sooonil
niitrltit , . . ,
Ooo 1) . Smith . . . . . . . . Norfolk
Kor JiiBtlcoH of Iho 1'ouoo
S.V. . lliiM'K. J. A.Tniloolj
J. A , itnlnny. J. M. Covort.
Kor Uoml OvorncorH
lloltlt . niHtrlut No. I
Sohnltr. . Dlntrlct No. 8
Dr. 11. 11. KI ml rod In a thorough
practitioner , nnd UH mich IIIIH nil tlio
qualifications noeoHWiry to innUo him
acceptable In tlio coroner's olllce.
John 11. Hynonrwm Is well known
throughout the county nnd uoito who
know him will for a moment quest Ion
his ahlllty to perform the dutloH of
the now assessor's olHco.
W. H. Lowe has done civil engineerIng -
Ing work during many years. Ho has
n complete Bet of the necessity In
struments and Is really the only can
didate qualified for the otllco ami his
vote Bhould ho largo and emphatic.
The republican precinct ticket la all
that should ho desired by the voters
who desire good men In otllco. Don't
overlook It. Make your vote for S. W.
Hayes. .1. A. Trnlock , .1. A. Halnoy ,
3. M. Covert , Kruest Holdt nnd Aug-
xiKt Suhult/ .
( loo. D. Smith Is honest , vigorous ,
Htralght-forwanl. competent all quiil-
itlpntloiiH that the people should do-
Biro to m o In evidence In the olllce
of county commissioner. Ho Is put
ting up a good light and there Is lit
tle reason to doubt thai his majority
will compare very favorably with the
other majorities on the ticket.
Election Is but a few days distant ,
and the apathy that prevailed earlier
in the campaign seems to have almost
entirely disappeared , yet the candi
dates and party workers are llndlng
a lack of Interest In portions of the
county , so that It will bo necessary
for those having charge of the various
voting precincts on election day to
assert themselves to the end that
each voter will get out to the polls.
It Is believed that the republicans will
surely win , but it will bo necessary to
Keep a careful poll and keep the teams
busy In hauling those In who are not
particularly Interested In the out
Judge .1. F. Iloyd has a record on
the district bench for good keen Judge
ment and a knowledge of law that Is
unsurpassed by any jurist In the state.
He Is before the people of the district
for a second term and there la little
question but that their good judge
ment in honoring men who are full )
qualified for olllco will dictate his reelection
election In a handsome majority
There is no reason to bollovo thai
there has been any dissatisfaction
with his judicial acts among the
members of his party , but on the con
trary there seems to bo a well defined
movement on the part of those hold
Ing alegianco to other parties to rallj
to his support , as a man representing
the qualifications necessary to the of
THAT UlttLB OPINION.
There is being prepared and sen
to many of the presiding elders niu
preachers of the Methodist church o
the stnto , by ono Rev. A. L.-MIckol o
Oinahn , a personal letter urging al
of these presiding elders aud preach
i-rs to use their Innuenco to elec
Judge Sullivan nnd defeat Judge
Itnrnes at the coming election , upon
the ground that to elect Judge Sulll
van la to retain the Dlblo In the pub
He schools and that to elect Darne
means to drive the Dlblo from the pub
The foundation upon which the letter
tor IB based Is the fact that Judge Sul
IIvan recently wrote an opinion In th
case of state ex rol Freeman ot a
. Hchrovo ot al , In which lie hold
mt Ilio Illlilo , whether Catholic or
'rotofitmil , muy lie road in Iho pub-
0 nclmoln , and ulna upon the further
icl Hint the Mi'lhodlBt cjoiiforoiKioio-
outly liclil nl KrniiKint PIIHHOI ! roM-
lutlnn cotiiinondlng .Iiulgo Hiilllvnn
ir ( hut opinion , '
It IH ulMo iisflortoil In tie ! lollop Hint
in ( MioinloH of Hio Illblo nro nttcinpt-
IK ( o ilofnat Hiilllvun ut the polls on
( count of thlH opinion. .liiHl who Iho
uniuli'M or the Hlhlo nro who nro ul-
eiiiitlni | ; to ilofonl him for writing
10 opinion In Hint CJIIHO , the wrltorof
10 hUtcr douH not Hlnlo.
Tlio lottop plnlnly ItmultH Iho Inlol-
gonce of KM n.'dploiitM.
If the opinion iindor coiiHldorntlon
nrri'clly oxproHiios the Inw of the
Into , nnd II IH proRtiniod Hint It dooH ,
ion .liulgo Knlllviui did only lilH
worn duty In dollvorlng It , nnd IH on-
tied to no moro prnlno tliiin ho In
nlltli'd to for delivering nny ether
pinion In which ho correct ' Intor-
rolH the Inw. If the Illblo , olthor
'nlliiillc or I'roti'Hlniil. inny IKI road
n Iho public. HchoolH of'tlilM Htnto , It
H not bi'oiuiHo .ludgo Hnlllvan'H opln-
m In the eiHo : referred to Hucnroa the
Iglit , lint hcoaiiRo the conntltutlou of
NchniHUn , with Iho innKIng of which
nlllviin hnd nolliliiK to do , Hucurcn
lie right. , ludgo Hulllvan profetiHOH.
1 Iho opinion , only to toll UR what
ur rlghtfl nro under the constitution
f the Htato , with rogurd to roaillng
ho lltblo In the public tichoolH
Vould It not , therefore , htivo boon
inch moro to the point for the Moth-
illiil , conference to hnvo pasHed a res-
lutlon comniondlng the frainorit"
ho coiiHtllutlon for socurlng to UH
hln valuable prlvllego ?
The letter HooUs to draw the further
nforonco that u vote for Judge UarncB
H a vote against the rending of the
lllilo In the public schools. Uy what
Ight In either rentum of jiiHtlce the
vrlter of the loiter comes to such a
( inclusion wo nro unable to under
lain ) . Judge UnniCH has never been
ailed upon to pnss upon Hint question.
IiiHt nu It Is presumed In favor of
iidgo Sullivan that his opinion cor-
eclly expressed Iho law of Iho slnlc ,
HO will II also bo fnlr to presume that ,
ind Judge Unrnes been called upon
o write the opinion , he would have
conslrued the constitutional provls-
OIIH Iho Hume IIH Judge Sullivan lia.s.
Wo htivo too much conlldenco In
Iho wisdom , good SOIIHO nnd fnlrnoss
> f the Mothodlsl presiding elders nnd
irenchers to hollovo that they will bo
o Iho sllghtesl extent misled by the
otter above referred to.
ATCHISON GLOBE SIGHTS.
You can't natlsfy Mr. Kool.
Advice to bad dogs : When n bull
dog has a bone , let him keep it.
If you waul fame , don't wrllo a
book ; Invent n washing machine.
The real evidence of hospitality is
to cook enough for three when ono Is
If you intend to pay your bills , paj
thorn an soon as possible , and got the
bother over with.
This is the season when thai appro
lionslvo fooling Hint Ihe skirt anr
waist have parted In the back , Is aboul
to bo covered by a cloak.
The man who tells everything ho
knows to his \\lfe , usually knows
nothing beyond when preaching be
gins and church lets out.
Farmers hnvo been Hoc-cod so much
that they nro very wary ; It is dltllcult
to rob them. The Wise Hoys are
easier than farmers. Ono of the
smartest men in Atchison , u prom
inent physician , Is anxious to Invest
In Thunder mountain.
"He kind. The ether day , while
walking along the streets a fly ( as I
supposed ) How into my hand , niu
1)117,7.0(1 , and buzzed , when I closet
down on it. I now regret that I was
not kinder ; It turned out to bo n boo. '
In the play at the theatre las
night , a 'voman was killed , but no ono
In the nudlonco over did find outwlu
killed her. When there Is a murder
on the stage tlio murderer should bo
found intho last net by n detective
and punished. People hnvo n rlgh
to expect this for their ton , twenty o
Dasoy Maymo Appleton was Invlt
ed to visit her uncle's family , living
in n Central Uranch town. She wen
last Sunday , expecting to remain three
months , but came back last night
She found that owing to the shortage
of freight cars , not only were the
barns , granaries , cribs nmlA > thor out
houses filled with wheat , bfit the par
lor was filled with It , nnd she had to
sleep on a wheat-filled straw tick. The
lounges were stuffed with it , the Jar
dlnlores were Hllcd , and there hadn1
been a washing for a month because
the tubs and holler wore holding
wheat. When uho started homo , she
found aho had to walk to the station
as tlio wagon waa nlso holding wheat
Dasoy Maymo has written a pleco
about the aituatlon In which she roast
the railroads real hard ,
HERE IT IS MA'AM !
I'hnt lui of Hour you oiclcicil tn at
our doi r when promUi'd mxt tini j
ou'llprobiihl } ordi rdonblii thcMinai tit )
or lion Ton ( lour hits it Itltlo way ol
li'iiflng pi-npli' , which mnki'H It n we )
onii ) vinli r Kvoryhoilv and his \vifij
MOWN the Miipeiior quality of Ho n Ton
Sugar City Cereal Mills ,
BURROWS & GARVIN
Inve a , lot of snaps for buyers
of farm land or city
Under the umv ownernbip n
Complete Now Snrvicn 1ms boon In-
Htul'od ' , Kvory modern coiivonionco
New Carpets ,
New Decorations ,
L. A. BARTHOLOMEW , Owner.
C. H. VAIL , Manager.
HAVE YdllR ABSTRACTS MADE.'BY &
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SPECIAL SALE ! I
Beginning October 22d and
Ending November jth , 1903.
At A , HOSPE CO.'S PIANO PARLORS , 128 South Fourth Street , Norfolk.
Pianos direct from the makers lo the users at prices never before offered in Northern V
'Nebraska. Knabc Pianos , KimbaH Pianos , Wosor Uros. Pianos , Kranich & Bach c-
Pianos , Whitney Pianos , llospo Pianos and thirty other dependable , well known
makes. Sold on easy payments or for cash. t-
This is.i ; chance to buy a strictly High Guide Piano at factory prices , saving
from $50 to $100 on your purchase- , avoiding the middleman's profits. Instruments
delivered in your homo with Stool and Scarf , also a guarantee from the maker as well
as one from the Old Keliable House of llospe Co. Kimball Organs sold at absolute
wholesale prices , with easy monthly payments additional , as an inducement. A
piece of Sheet Music Free to every lady visitor , while it lasts , during this sale.
Opposite New Government Building. 128 South Fourth St.
STORE OPEN EVENINGS. V"t
I To Out of Town Customers : *
Wo will pay railroad fare and all expenses of the trip to any person living *
within 135 miles of Norfolk , who will attend this sale and purchase a piano. It is $ *
cheaper for ns to do so than to come and see you. WHITE FOlt BARGAIN LIST.
| H. R. WARD , Manager. | I
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* .K.'K * * * * * * *
Dr. J. H. Mackay SESSIONS & BELL
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON , Undertakers and Fmbalmers ,
Sessions Illk. , Norfolk Aveuuo ,
'Phone 11. NORFOLK , NEBR. NORFOLK. NEHHASKA.
NEW SUPPLY EVERY DAY.
FRESH FRUIT ALL THE TIME.
Choicest , Richest Varieties. Also full line of VERY
INfill QIIADK UOXCHOCOIATES and BONBONS
STATIONERY AND CIGARS.
SUPERIOR CANDY KITCHEN
322 Norfolk Ave.
. Mrt tM t -t H N I H * * *
Q. A. LUIKAKT , PIIKSIDKNT. \V. H. JOHNSON , CABIIIEU
CHAS. 8. lUtlDQK , VICB PRESIDENT LEO PASEWALK , ABS'T CASUIB
The Citizens National Bank.
CAPITAL , $50,000. SURPLUS , $10,000.
Ituy aud Soil ExclmtiKo ou this Country anil nil parts of Europe. Farm Loant.
OABL ASMCB W. H. JOHNSON CHAS. S. HBIDOK F. McQiVEBN 0. M. SWAN
Q. A. LUIKAKT T. F. MKMMINQKE L. SusaiONS
Good Second-Hand Organ
At a Very Low Price.
( Kir Record for 1903 to Date :
23 Pianos Sold , 45 Organs Sold.
SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY ! eWe
Wo still do wutch work at the old
stand. The greatest drawback
with our watch-work is that it al-
HAYES JEWELRY MUSIC HOUSE
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: W. H. BUCHOLZ. President. ' *
( S ALEX. BEAR , Vice President , f
v i * E. W. ZUTZ , Cashier.
The Oldest Established Bank in Northeast Nebraska.
Capital , $100,000,00 , Surplus , $20,000,00 , !
Does a General Bnys aud SollsIExcuiuiKe- interest Paid *
on Time Deposits. Drafts nud Money * *
Banking BuSineSS Orders Soldou anyPoiut in Europe. A ;
* Uoiior.il St6iuu < jhip and Foreign Pussago Busiuess Transacted.
A. BEAU , F. P. HANLON , P. J. HALE , W. H. BUOHOLZ ,
WM. ZUTZ , N. A. RAINBOLT , S. S. COTTON. ' . ' .
Let the Chicago Lumber Company
figure with you. They're progressive.
Chicago Lumber Company
IS. B. DOLSEN , Manager.
'Phone 91. NORFOLK , NEB.
You want to build a barn ,
You want to repair the roof ,
You would like to fix the
You would add to the old
wood shed ,
You would use wood of any
kind for anything
C. W. BRAASCH ,
SWeetwater Book Spring.
Soranton Hard Goal.
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