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G THK NORFOLK NEWS : FIUDAY , AUGUST 24 , 1IK)6 ) ,
WAS HOTTEST DAY OK THE SEASON -
SON THUS FAR.
HUMANITY IS STILL BAKING
The Housewife IB Complaining Decnuse
the Milk Turnn Sour and the Butter
Refuses to Stand up , While the Mer
cury Only LnualiB Merrily.
All roconlH for tlio year \voro lionton
by the bout yoHtonlny. Tlio niurciiry
climbed up tbrou degrees higher tluui
on tlio iiruvloiiH dny , and stopped slam-
bnui ; on Ibo 08 murk.
The lowest point reached nil day
long \VIIH slxt > live , and tlint wiiHii't
llumnnlty IB still linking undornontb
tlio scorching rays of tbo torrid HUH ,
and Btlll hoping for cooler weather.
The housewife IH comiilnlnliiK bccauMO
the refrigerator's Ice ineltH HO fast and
tbo milk turns Hour , lluttor rofimoH
to bold HH Hhapo , nnd the mercury In
tbo little glass tulio only liuiglis at the
agony of UH worldly envlroninont.
Ilowcll Does of 1'llanr In In tbo city.
Dr. .1. C. Meyers IH In Plorco today.
John Pining of Tllden Is visiting rel
W. L. Halo of Hassott Is visiting
Allen Heed Is home from a trip
Adolpb lircdchocft of Tlldon at
tended the raccH.
.1. 13. Culllngs of Wnhoo Is taking In
the Norfol kraccs.
Mrs. Paul Kluchor of Madison Is vis
iting friends hero.
A. D. Wllborgor of Anoka Is visit
ing relatives hero.
0. W. Goodwin of Crolgbton Is tak
ing In the races hero.
Miss Lulu I/Rcb of Went Point Is In
tbo city visiting relatives.
Dr. llrtish made a professional visit
to llosklns this afternoon.
Mrs. C. II. Mathoson came tip from
Pllgor to shop yesterday.
R. J. Tate and IS. Phllllpls of Plain-
view are visiting hero.
Jo Daniels of Madison was bore yes
terday to see the races.
C. J. Stockwoll of Genoa Is ti busi
ness visitor In tbo city.
L. L. Pryo of Meadow Grove Is In
tbo city on business today.
II. P. Thuman of Wakellold Is at
tending tbo Norfolk races.
Mrs. Hamilton of Stanton was shop
ping In the city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. V. ICotterjoC Stanton -
ton arc visiting In the city.
Miss Iva Gross of Plorco was shop
ping In the city yesterday.
Adolpb Hoofs of Plorco Is visiting
at the homo of Oscar Krahn.
W. Slmpklna and wlfo of Nollgb are
attending the Norfolk races.
Ed. Poblmnn nnd Paul Sclmltz of
Plorco are race visitors today.
Miss Freda GhorLs of Plalnvlow was
shopping In tbo city yesterday.
R. G. Rohrko of Meadow Grove was
bore to see the races yesterday.
W. C. Day of Dattlo Crook passed
through on his way toVayno. .
Fred Karo Is walking on crutches
as the result of a sprained ankle.
Mrs. P. Stafford and son Deaglo
have gone to Denver on a visit.
Oliver Utter has returned from Stanton -
ton , where bo has boon at work.
C. S. Smith , P. Rulf and Adam Em-
orlck of Madison are city visitors.
Miss Anna Hermann has returned
from a two weeks' visit at Illoomflohl.
Mr. nnd Mrs. H. Howder of Crolgb
ton are attending the races In the city.
Mrs. Mike Ctrllno of Missouri Valley
Is visiting Mrs. Craft at South Norfolk.
Miss Pno Wldaman has gone to
Madison to attend the teachers' meet
Mrs. James , who was visiting In the
city , hns returned to her homo In Sioux
Miss Nora Sims of Nollgh Is a gnest
nt the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
E. \ V.Miz returned last evening
from an extended trip through the
IU IS. Simon and J. H. Drlscato of
"Wlnsido are attending tbo Norfolk
Mrs. George Davenport drove In
from Madison this morning to attend
D. Ilnum loft at noon for New York
to purchase fall goods for the Damn
Bros , ' store.
C. B. Burnhnm returned last even
ing from Omaha , where ho hns been
Miss Eva Williams of Hooper Is vis
iting nt tbo home of Mr. and Mrs. John
Mrs. G. G. Halm of Hastings passed
through the city last evening on her
way to Stuart.
Mrs. Allison nnd Mrs. Dognrdus of
Nellgh are visiting at the homo of
G. W. Harper , who hns been sit
Ing his sone hero , hns returned to bis
homo In Plalnvlow.
Misses Chllvors and Mercy of Plorce
were In the city. Miss Mary Odlorne
accompanied them home.
Miss Besslo Williams , who recently
wont to Mount Morlnb , Mo. , for a visit ,
returned at noon yesterday.
William DIeschoudorff of Center ar
rived In the city last evening for a
short visit with friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Moroy of Pierce
are visiting nt the homo of Mrs. Mary
Davenport , nnd attending the races.
Miss Parkjes , who has boon visiting
Miss Pearl Wldaman , returno dto her
homo In Huron S , . D. , this morning. .
N. W. Clover , comuierclnl ngent for
the Union Pacific , has returned from
an outing in the roloiado mou.italns
C. A Stevenson of Plorro paused
through the city today on bin way to
Nollgh , wbero bo will make his future
Just twenty years ago yesterday the
state encampment , a. A. H. , named
Camp Mnndoraon , was begun In Nor
I. T. Cook has received a contract
for hauling coal to the IIIHIUIO hospital.
Two cars bnvo arrived , which are be
Mrs. Mary Davenport Is enjoying a
visit from Mr. nnd Mrs. George Dav
enport and baby and Mr. and Mrs. A.
P. Pllgor of Madison.
Mrs. J. C. Meyers has returned from
a visit nt ( Jalonn , III. Shu was accom
panied homo by her HlHter , who will
vlnlt hero for some time.
I Ionium and Joe Mans , Henry Dean ,
John Duffy , S. OHborne , Will I wo
and John Catron of llnttlo Crook nt-
tended tbo lust day's races.
Jndgo Hoyd passed through the city
at noon on his way homo from the
convention nt Fromont. Tbo Judge
was In very good humor over the re
sult of th'o convention.
H. L. Hnnson of Burke , Idaho , will
arrive tomorrow for a brief vlHlt with
lilH sister , Mrs. J. F. Poncher. Mr.
Hanson has charge of tbo electrical
work In the mlno of the Uopnbtlo Min
ing company nt Burke.
Frank H. Beols defeated Mr. Stephenson -
onson of Plorco In a matched game of
tennis on tbo Norfolk courts Friday
morning , 0110 , fi-l. Mr. Stephenson
Is onronto to Nellgh , whore bo Is goIng -
Ing to make his future homo.
Another coach has boon added to
the Bonusteol train , making throe In
stead of two as heretofore. The pas
sengers who patroiitzo the train will
welcome the Increased facilities. The
train has been badly crowded for some
The racing association , printers and
others about town sustained something -
thing like a IOHS of $35 as the result
of the sudden disappearance from
town early Friday morning of two
grafters who had the score card con
cession for the three days' race moot
hero. The two follows bandied the
leather numbers that wont on the
drivers' sleeves at tbo track , and sold
cards. They secured considerable ad
vertising on the cnrds , which was vel
vet for them. They had bargained to
pay $25 for the privilege of selling the
cards , and owed a bill nt this olllco
for the printing. One of them loft
Thursday and the other Friday. Both
wont east , but their destination was
Born , to Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Vo-
sholtz , on South First street , at 0:30 :
o'clock yesterday morning , a girl.
The Sunday school classes of Mr.
and Mrs. Glllott have gone today to
the Yellow Banks for a week's otulng.
The eight-year-old son of Superinten
dent IS. J. Bodwell fell last evening
and broke bis arm between the elbow
and the wrist.
The Leigh band gave a fine concert
on the street last night , which was
much appreciated by the public. This
band plays nt the Sons of Hermann
picnic on Sunday.
Mrs. Martin , one of the oldest resi
dents of Norfolk , having lived hero for
twenty-three years , is moving her
household goods to Elk City , Neb. ,
whore she will make her future home.
The tennis match that was to have
taken place bore this morning has
been postponed until next Tuesday.
A number of the Norfolk players were
unnblo to play. The match will evi
dently be Interesting.
Chandler Owen returned from Oma
ha last evening , having been dis
charged from the hospital yesterday
morning. His hand Is healing very
nicely and will probably give him no
Mr. and Mrs. John Davenport of El
gin , Mrs. T. E. Odlorno and Mrs. Dav
enport's parents , Mr. and Mrs. S. W.
Richardson , arrived last night from
Ohio. Mr. Richardson has closed out
his business there and comes to Ne
braska to live. Mr. and Mrs. Rich
ardson will make their home with Mr.
and Mrs. Davenport nt Elgin. Mrs.
Odlorno accompanied Mr. and Mrs.
Davenport to Ohio and enjoyed a visit
with relatives there.
Jeff C. Stockwell , editor of the Ge
noa Times , and the man whose vote
nominated Judge Boyd for congress ,
was in Norfolk over night , visiting old
friends. Mr. Stockwell was tbo dele
gate In tbo congressional convention
who , after the roll call had been taken
on the first ballot giving Boyd all but ]
a half vote within the required 130 ,
got up and announced that ho wished
to cbango his vote from Young to
Boyd , and thus made the nomination.
Mr. Stockwell was on his foot the in
stant tbo roll call was finished , and
before the convention at large had fig
ured up the result of tbo ballot bo bad
cast the ballot that made Boyd.
WANTED. Gentleman or lady with
good reference , to travel by rail or'
with a rig , for a firm of $250,000.00
capital. Salary $1,072.00 per year and
oxpencs ; salary paid weekly and ex
penses advanced. Address , with
stamp , Jos. A. Alexander , Norfolk.
CORN IS GETTING THERE.
Ten Days More of Hot Weather Will
Insure the Crop.
Gregory , S. D. , Aug. 20. Special to
The News : The hot weather of the
last week is making corn "get there. "
Gregory county will show the largest
corn yield this year that It over has
had and will place it among the lead
ing counties of the state. Ten dnys
more of favorable weather will put
the greater part of the crop out of the
way of frost.
News want arta , do tbo business
LARGE CROWD AT TRACK FOR
THE CLOSING AFTERNOON.
SURENA'S BEAUTIFUL MILE
Trotter From St. Edwards , Without a
Driver , Trotted Mile Without Break
In 220 ! Flat Frec-for-AII Saw Fast
[ From Sittimlny'a Pally. ]
A crowd ot noany 3,000 people
watched the last of the throe days'
racing In Norfolk. More than $700
WIIH taken In nt the gnto nlone , nnd
the meet wns made a llnnnclal sue-
COHH. The crowd saw Home excellent
racing , a bountiful mile In 2:20 : flat
trotted by Surena , the horse that goes
without milky or driver , nnd some In
teresting Hide arguments among driv
ers and bookmakers. The track rec
ord WIIH broken when a mile was paced
In the free-for-all In 2:10. :
2:50 : Trot or Pace.
Summary of 2GO : race :
Jimmy Booth ( Lugenholl ) . .1 II 1 1
Grace Marks ( Moore ) IS
Dash On ( Kay ) 2 2 3 ! J
Foxy S ( Nlms ) ( Is
Buster Brown ( Douglas ) . , ds
Dr. KnotU GlbHon ) ds
Time : 2:2i'/i : : : 2:31 : ; 2:33i/4 : ; 2:32. :
Six horHOH Blurted In the 2:50 : trot
or pace , but three of thorn wore dis
tanced In the llrHt beat. This left
Jimmy Booth , Dash On nnd Grace
MnrkH in tbo running. Hunter Brown ,
Foxy S nnd Dr. Knott wore nil shut
out of the nice. Fast Hpoed was de
veloped In the first bent of this race ,
when tbo tlmo mndo WIIH 2:23-yi. : A
peculiar feature of the race was the
fact that Douglas , driver of Buster
Brown , who WIIH one of those dis
tanced , bad boon tbo man to ask for
the Hag. Albosslo ( Morton ) acted
badly in the scoring , broke two sul-
Ulqs and then bad to bo taken to tbo
barn. This loft the six starters for
the first heat.
An argument by a bookmaker and
tbo driver of Buster Brown was made
to tbo judges after the first boat to
the effect that tbo three distanced
horses could not bo Hhnt out because
the distancing was not announced sim
ultaneously with tbo announcement of
the result of the boat. The Judges
decided that the distancing announce
ment was made soon enough , that thoraces
races wore being run for tbo honellt
of the people and not tbo bookmaker.
The bookmaker Hworo bo would not
pay for bis concession and the driver
of Buster Brown declared ho would
got revenge on one of the race olll-
In tbo second bent , with three hors
es , Dash On and Grace Marks led to
the stretch , their heads oven , when
Jimmy Booth plunged ahead , took the
lead , but broke fifty foot from the
wire. Ho was sot back to third place ,
when Christ , one of the judges , made
a speech declaring himself in favor of
allowing Booth the boat , nnd retired in
a rage. It wns thought that Christ
bad n personal Interest In the horse
Booth , because In the flr t beat , when
the time wns 2:17-.J : } , he tried to per
suade the judges to give out the time
as 2:10 : In order that It might got a
special prize offered by the associa
tion for :1G : time on this track. Mad
Huffman of Nellgh was substituted as
judge In place of Christ.
In the third heat of the 2:50 : raco.
there was another pretty horse race.
Moore led with Grace Marks and Kay
was close second until the stretch
with Dash On , when Jimmy Booth
jumped Into the load and \\on. 'The
stretch was a beautiful finish. Moore
protested that Kay forced him to the
sod nnd made his horse lose her
stride , because Jimmy Booth closed In
and pocketed Kay. The judges did
not sustain the protest. Later Moore
declared that both other drivers ac
knowledged the foul.
Summary of free-for-all :
Fred H ( Robaro ) 3 1 1 2 1
Vyzant Star ( McKlllup.4 )
Jessie A ( Lugeubell ) 1
Captain Mack ( Xulauf.2 ) ds.
Tlmo : 2:17-4 : : 2:10 : ; 2:17 : ; 2:21 ;
Four horses entered In the free-for-
all. They were Vyzant Star , Captain
Mack , Fred H , Jessie A. Captain
MncV Is the Pierce horse which wns
trained In Norfolk last summer. This
was bis first start and Znlauf bad lit
tle hope of doing anything but workIng -
Ing him out In the race , when be start
ed In , but Captain Mack showed a
pretty race to Jessie A for the first
heat , making It a neck and nock fin
ish , time 2:174. : : } McKlllup , driver of
Vyzant Star , had demanded n flag ,
and singularly enough ho just got inside -
side the Hag by a neck.
Fred H won the second boat in tbo
freo-for-all In one of the prettiest rue-
os Imaginable. Fred H broke at the
start and lost several lengths of dis
tance. Vyzant Star ana Jessie A led
In fast time and It was apparent tbo
race would be between them. On the
last Quarter milo , however , Fred H
was driven Into a steady gain and ,
Just before the wlro was reached ,
dashed ahead of Vyzant Star. Captain
Mack was distanced In this heat. The
tlmo was 2:10 : the fastest over seen
on this track up to that heat.
Feat of Surena , Reinless Wonder.
Surena , the reinless wonder from
St. Edward , Neb. , trotted a beautiful
mile ungulded and alone , In 2:20 : Hat.
She trotted every Inch of the distance ,
too , without a break and with scarcely
a move of her pretty bead. After she
had finished tbo mile , she was turned
at the stable by a swipe and trotted
back to the judge's stand , as though
coming for the decision. The time on
the mile was caught by all three of the
liners' watches nnd was 2 20 on tbo
Suronn 'Is a beautiful , sensible-look
ing bay. She was harnessed , with the ,
starH and strlpeB wrapped over her j
graceful hack. After tbo mile had
been trotted , Surena was handed a
couple of lumps of loaf sugar , nnd the
crowd cheered lustily.-
Young Pilgrim again easily won the
running race. It wnH a three-quarter
mlle dash , tlmo 1:20 : , Jennie F , Sanle
and Revenue were entered.
Officials wore :
Judges' .Turned J. Waller , Clint S.
Smith of Madison , R. E. Christ , Mad
Timekeepers : C. H. Vail , George
Box nnd S. J. Wookoa of O'Neill.
The Htnrtor , Mr. Sornborger , has
lioon employed by the whole North
NobnrHkn Short Shipment circuit. Ho
seems to bo lacking In tbo force nnd
vim essontlnl to n Htnrtor.
With regard to the protest filed by
Moore against paying the prlzo to
John Kay , driver of Parplnnn the first
day , on the ground that Kay was not
a member of the American Racing as
sociation , the Judges , on Investigation ,
decided that Kay was a member In
good standing nnd bad n right to the
purse. Moore hnd $100 bet on his
horse , Genuine , In this race. Ho snld
bo would bet another $100 ngnlnst Par-
pinna , on Genuine , at Nellgh next
RENT PAYS FOR LAND.
Fertile Sections of the Southwest ,
Where Land Sells for $15 and
Rents for $5 Per Acre.
One of the remarkable things about
eastern Arkansas and northern Louis
iana is tbo fact that cleared land rents
for $5 per ncro cash , and can bo bought
for $7.50 to $15 per aero. It costs
from $0 to $10 an aero to clear It.
Other Improvements necessary are
slight and Inexpensive.
The soil is rich alluvial , or made. It
produces n halo of cotton per acre ,
worth $ -15 to $ GO. This accounts for
Its high rental value. Other crops ,
such as corn , small grains , grasses ,
vegetables and fruits thrive as well.
Alfalfa yields 4 to C cuttings , a ton
to a cutting , nnd brings $10 to $10 per
In other sections of these states ,
nnd in Texas as well , tbo rolling or
bill-land Is especially adapted to stock
raising nnd fruit farming. Lnnd Is
very cheap , $5 to $10 per acre ; Im
proved farms $10 $15 to $25 per acre.
The now White river country offers
many opportunities for settlers. High ,
rolling , Hue water It Is naturally
adapted to stock and fruit raising.
Can bo bought as low as $3 per acre.
See this great country for yourself
and pick out a location. Descriptive
literature , with maps , free on request.
The Missouri Pacific-Iron Mountain
System lines soil reduced rate round
trip tickets on first and third Tues
days of each month to points In the
west and southwest , good returning 21
days , with stop-overs. For descriptive
literature , maps , time tables , etc. ,
write to Tom Hughes , traveling pas
senger agent , Omnhn , Neb. , or H. C.
Townsend , general passenger and tick
et agent , St. Louis , Mo.
For twenty-flve cents you can now
Insure yourself nnd family ngninst any
bad results from an attack of colic or
diarrhoea during the sunyner months.
That Is the price of a bottle of Cham
berlain's Colic , Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy , a medicine that has never
been known to fall. Buy It now , It
may save life. For sale by Leonnrd
TWO YEARS OLD BOY LOST A DAY
AND TWO NIGHTS.
EATING CORN SILKS WHEN FOUND
Son of Henry Ludwig of Spencer Has
a Strange Experience Found Sun
day Morning Two Miles From Where
He Disappeared Friday Afternoon.
Spencer , Nob. , Aug. 20. Special to
The News : A son of Henry Ludwig ,
only two years old , slipped away from
his mother on Friday afternoon about
6 o'clock and got lost In a nearby
cornfield. He had been out of sight
but a few minutes when tbo mother
missed him. Failing to quickly find
him , she summoned all the neighbors
possible and n vigorous search wns
started. All night long the anxious
parents nnd neighbors kept going but
without success. When morning came
many more neighbors joined in the
hunt and a good crowd from town went
out to help. Night came again and
the lost boy had not been discovered.
By this tlmo tbo grief stricken pa
rents were nearly wild. It was not
expected the little fellow could be
found during the night and he was
not. By this time nearly all the men
and boys from town and the surround
ing country Joined In the search and
at about G o'clock Sunday morning the
babe was found , but not by the searchIng -
Ing party. It so happened that a son
of Mr. Chas. Forbes , a distance neigh
bor , was out after his cows and found
the lost child , who had Just emerged
from a cornfield and was eating corn
silks and picking grass. Ho was fully
two miles from homo. He lacks a few
days of being two years old. When
ho was restored allvo and well to Ills
parents their Joy was beyond descrip
tion nnd was Joined In by everybody
In this vicinity.
DOCUMENT TO BE SUBMITTED TO
FORMULATED BY THE COMMITTEE
Recommends Reforms Along Popular
Lines , Declares for a Direct Primary
Law , Against Corporate Domination
and the Free Pass.
Omaha , Aug. 17. At the mooting of
the resolutions committee , appointed
by the state central committee , to
draft a platform for tbo republican
state convention which meets In Lin
coln next week , the following draft
was made and will bo submitted to
the convention :
Wo , the republican delegates of Ne
braska , In convention assembled , con
gratulate tbo country upon the splen
did achievements of our party during
its fifty years of history under the
leadership of our Illustrious statesmen ,
from the Immortal Lincoln to the in
vincible Roosevelt. Wo declare anew
our adherence to the principles enun
ciated In the republican national plat
form. We also realllrm all the doc
trines and declarations of our last
Wo especially commend tbo Inspir
ing character and undaunted leader
ship of Theodore Roosevelt. It Is
with exceeding pride that wo contem
plate the confidence reposed in him
by the people of our own country and
the admiration bo commands from the
whole world. Nebraska rejoices In
tbo fact that the president has re
ceived the united support of our en
tire delegation In both bouses of congress -
gross for the many beneficial meas
ures he has recommended In direct
line of Interest and advantage to the
people , which they have assisted In
framing Into wholesome laws. Among
the most noteworthy are :
The railroad rate bill.
The Panama canal bill.
The lock level canal system.
The puie food bill.
The Irrigation bill.
The employers' liability bill.
The meat Inspection bill.
The denaturalized alcohol bill.
The Oklahoma statehood bill.
Tbo naturalization bill.
Our country is at peace with all
nations of the earth , and Is experi
encing an unparalleled season of gen
uine prosperity. Never before In our
history as a nation has our credit been
better than It Is today. Money Is
plentiful ; the wage earners , the farm-
qrs and the business people prosper
ous , owing to the wise , judicious and
careful administration of the laws en
acted by the republican party during
its control of pur national affairs.
We declare our unalterable allegl-
anco to tbo principle of protection
under tbo beneficent operation of
which our country has grown both
rich and great. While yielding noth
ing from our adherence to this princi
ple , we believe that changes In sched
ules should follow changes In condi
tions. The history oi the republican
party demonstrates that such revision
can safely be trusted only to the party
which honestly believes In protection
and earnestly endeavors to justly ap
ply the principles to conditions as they
We most heartily approve tbo ac
tion of our officers , both of the nation
and In the state in their splendid ef
forts to insure justice for the people
against conspiring trusts and combi
nations and all forms of graft , that all
may have a "square deal. "
The glorious record of the past Is
the party's best pledge for the future.
Wo endorse and commend the econ
omical and lawenforclng administra
tion of the affairs of tbo state under
Governor John H. Mickey. During
the past six years under the repub
lican administration the state of Ne
braska has been well governed ; all of
its state Institutions have been ably
and economically managed and are
sustained- a rate per capita unus
We believe that the Union Pacific
and Burlington railway companies
should have accepted the valuation
placed upon their property by the
state board of equalization and assess
ment and paid their taxes as all per
sons and other corporations have done.
We approve the action of the legal de
partment of this state In their efforts
to enforce the provisions of the rev
enue law and secure tbo payment of
taxes and pledge our constituted au
thorities our hearty support in com
pelling the railroads to pay their just
share of taxation at the same time and
in the same manner as a private indi
We favor and urge upon the next
legislature the enactment of a direct
primary law providing for the nomina
tion of all state , county and district
ofllcersj including congressmen and
United States senators , by direct vote ;
and until such law Is enacted , wo fa
vor the nomination of United States
senators by state convention and wo
pledge the republicans elected to the
legislature to support for United
States senator the republican candi
date who may be nominated for that
office by this convention.
We favor the amendment of the
constitution of the United States pro
viding for the election of United
States senators by a direct vote of
We declare ourselves as unalterably
opposed to the domination of corpo
rations in public affairs , and urge the
enactment of the next legislature of
an anti-pass law that will prevent the
issuance of any free pass , free ticket ,
free transportation , or transportation
known as newspaper or editorial mile
age , exqept to bona-flde employes of
a railroad company , and to members
of their Immediate families and care
takers of llvo stock.
Wo are heartily In favor of and our
party unreservedly pledges its en
dorsement of the proposed constitu
tional amendment providing for three
railway commissioners to be elected
by direct vote of tbo people and urge
that the next legislature shall confer
upon such commission power to pro
hibit rebates , discriminations and spe
cial rates to privileged corporations ,
persons or localities , and to see to It
that any and all abuses are corrected
and equitable freight and passenger
rates obtained for the people.
We demand an Impartial enforce
ment of the revenue law by county
and state officials , to the end that all
property , both corporate and Indivi
dual shall bo assessed at Its actual
cash value , thereby assuring n fair
and equal assessment and the raising
only of such revenue as Is needed to
meet the Current expenses of our state
government under the most rigid econ
omy.We also approve the passage by the
legislature of a law along the same
lines as has been adopted by congress
touching the liability of employers to
their employes , to the end that such
employes may recover for any Inju
ries suffered notwithstanding the neg
ligence of n follow servant.
Wo recommend our representatives
In congress to urge the speedy adop-
tlon of such laws and regulations as
will permit the leasing , sale , or other
disposition of the government lands
In the western portion of the state , In
such manner as will host protect the
Interest of the residents.
The republican party of Nebraska ,
proud of Its record and achievements ,
appeals with confidence to tbo people
of our great and growing common
wealth for a continued approval of Its
policies as bringing the greatest ben
efits to the people of our state and
L. D. Richards , Chairman.
R. B. Wlndhaui.
C. E. Burnham.
W. D. Haller.
C. B. Anderson.
W. G. Wllcox.
NORFOLK IS DEFEATED.
Nellgh Cleans up Home Team by a
Score of 12 to 10.
Nellgh beat Norfolk yesterday In a
very well played contest by a score of
12 to 10. In the fourth Inning Bur
rows weakened and seven scores were
run In by the Nellgh bunch. The
timely hitting of Norfolk was a fea
Miller was very swift for the No-
llgbs. Burrows was Norfolk's best
batter. Reynolds played a good game ,
as also did Hoffman. Burrows struck
out three in four Innings , Estabrook
four In six Innings. PIckrel struck
out eight but gave six bases on
balls , while Burrows gave five and
NELIQH AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Miller , 3b G 1 0 2 3 3
B. Bennett , ss 5'1 2 1 1 0
Haynes , Ib 5 1 1 9 0 0
Pickrel , p 5 3 2 1 7 0
Melick , c 5 2 1 8 1 2
Coker , 2b 5 1 2 2 1 3
Coker , 2b 5 1 2 3 0 0
Bert Bonnet , rf 5 1 0 0 0 0
Ryan , cf 5 1211
Total 40 12 12 27 14 8
NORFOLK AB. R. H. PO. A. E.
Burrows , p , 3b G 3 2 3 5 0
Parish , cf G 1 0 0 0 0
Simon , ss 0 0 2 1 4 2
Krahn , Ib 5 1 0 12 1 1
Hoffman , c 5 0 0 8 2 0
Reynolds , 2b 5 2 1 0 4 2
Schelly , If 5 1 1 0 0 0
Estabrook , 3b , p 5 0 0 2 2 0
Larklns , rf 5 2 2 0 0 0
Totals 49 10 8 2G 18 5
The score by Innings :
Nellgh 00071400 0 12
Norfolk 40000230 1 10
Hastings Team Issues a Challenge to
any Team In State.
Hastings , Neb. , Aug. 17. Special to
The News : The Hastings baseball
team Issues a challenge to play a se
ries of five games of ball on neutral
grounds with neutral umpire , to decide
the state championship , for from $200
to $500 a side and gate receipts.
O. R. MEREDITH , D.O
Office , Cotton block , Ash 541 , resi
dence , 109 North Tenth street , 'phon *
You Must flot Forget
We are constantly improv
ing in the art of making Fine
Newest Styles in
Cards and Finish ,
We also carry a Fine Line
I. M. MAOY.
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