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Janesville Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - October 31, 1904, Janesville, Wisconsin I THE JANESVILLB DAILY GAZETTE. MONDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1904. THE JANESVILLC GAZETTE Jiiuma ot the twrtojtef at Janeratae, H'Ufrm at tumd mailtnatttr. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Dally carrier Year..........................10.0 Month .a One Year, cub In odvnuce.........D.U Uontbii, canh In advance In .._ Mall CASH IN AUVANCK. Tear..........................M.U 811 Month 2.U Ono dellrerr In Hock Co. d.U HU.Mnnthi.lluraldollverr-In Itock.Co. WEI'.KI.Y Year Long Distance Telephone, No. 77 Office ................77-2 Edltorla4 Rooms ................77< Fair Tuesday. ,and. Tuesday, wanno REPUBLICAN TICKETS ..NATIONAL TICKET For THEODORE "ROOSEVELT. For. Vice1 CUAS..W. FAIRBANKS. .V H. Ai'COOPEB. -STATE TICKET As Interpreted by Supreme Cou'rl For rTR. M. LA FOLLETTB. ror'.LIcutcaant JAMES DAVIDSON. For Secretary of WAITER For Attorney L-..M. STURDEVANT. For Insurance ZENO M. HOST. _ For Railroad W.'THOMAS. For State .For A. S. DAKEBi Fc.- Assemblyman, 2d KORCROSS. For .Assemblyman.. 3d .W.'O. HANSON. COUNTY TJCKET For COCHRANE Fcr P. SMITH. For County LEE. Fjr. Register of CHAS. WEIR1CK. For Diet WILLIAM O. NEWHOTJSB. For-Clerk of WARD STEVENS. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET Endorsed by the National Republican I- ..Convention. STATE TICKET For EDWARD SCOFIELD. Fur Lieutenant GEORGE H. RAY. La.Crogie. Tor Secretary of NELS P. HOLMAN. Deerfleld. For State GUSTAV. WOLLAEGER. Milwaukee For Attorney.. DAVID G. CLASSON, Ocobto. For Railroad F. O. TARBOX. Ashland. For Insurance DAVID Sbebbyian. SILVER DEMOCRATS VINDICATED the'money question IB not an issue in tho present campaign, both Parker and' Roosevelt being for gold, tho sllyer democrats can Insist that their position has. been vindicated and that.the question has decreased lu Importance only because an unex- pected Increase In the volume of money has prices and brought In part what bi-metalllsm1 "would have brought In a larger'-; measure. The present situation" "can bo Illustrated as' follows: Suppose the
loney enough.could sectin Heir 'nomination. The law. theoretical and un It; should .be voted down ivparty lines. VOTE FORJJORCROSS. Every In the dlslrlc hould' vote for Pliny- Nor ros's to represent them In tho as envbly. Mr. Norcross. was. Invited .by the manufacturers .of'the.city to becom candidate. believed In him pd regarded him' safe' "man 'to represent then4''-at' Madison. These are .tho men who stand be ilri'd- tho Industries and furnish em 'loyment.'to labor. A candidate who f satisfactory to them shouhl be satisfactory ,to tho people. Witt enator Wliltehead as a colleague the Ity will be represented am oth shonld bo by rousing majorities. To vote 'a split ticket you must turn tho. large knob In, front of ome stralsht, tloUet to the rlfi his turns every.U'nob In the row and ncovers a white cross above each anie on-the ticket. -Cut'out y turning hnbb back to upright po- tion below the name you nt -out. and turning the Knob down i same column that Is below tne ame you want to vote for. A man may bo sincere and danger- us. He .may-be 'honest and unsafe. Incerlty; and RooJ' qual les to possess, but'more Is necea sary to safe leadership. Bryan Is sincere arid no ono ever accused Debs of dishonesty. -The only, 'estimate of char actor Is based on what a man nothing, absolutely nothing, and York Times. GRJEAT REDUCTION. The Janesviile Business College Jackman Bldg., Cor. Main and Milwaukee Sts. is receiving pupils at one-half the regular price of tuition, for those entering school dur- ing October. Entire course of five months By the month, 55.00. This vary low rate enable young people to Fit therrj- solvos for good positions. .Tho Instruction given will be exactly tho sarrje as heretofore furnished ot Nearly evory office In employs our graduates. Call and read the list of those holding paying positions. Catalogue mailed free, Kstnblltiled 18 years. Robf Hit .Employer. Paul Relmcrg, a. German decorator, was-.so fond of reading his BIlHo In working hours that the foreman took It away from-him, and between the leaves, a amount of gold leaf, nelraeis stealing reg- ularly. CHICAGO MARKETS From B. W. Frank Co., 4204 Jack- man Block, Janesvllte. 0. Searcllff.Rmldnnl May... Duc.'.Y HOV-M in MX M no IW 2SH xnt Oet Jan I.4KD- Oet. Jan .Oct Jnu 12 ss 12 42 12 K o: 7 o-.-7 7 os IIOX-H 48% raw 7 G C. 4i 8 42 6 CFUCACiO UAH LOT HKCKllTa. To Contract Kit. Tomorr- w 0 ...............jut corn....... BJ 7 37 _____ ISOU) Todnv Liutwnolc Yn r net' Klnnmipoll........ III? 1577 Dulntl..............218 14 t Chicago........i.. 71..... 77 Live Stock Market Hnn. Cutllii Cblonim........vwn 2ftm CltJ.. .IViOO -IIXH :wn gr.oo a. B. Yard. nn..., 4 r. 107.1 4 Mn4 H. t COfi.', 10 Mnriiot So lowor; I.oft :ttO. jreur I800J Ho lower Slieop FOO LATE TO: CLASSIf Y AVOID tHti. imaniiiff.runcli.rxloliln arply. tjntlii Hkiu Cream and f atln Faca Pow- tlor bafura oxpofaro. filRI. Innrn drciimaklng. In- at ISO tonrlSt. C O A L Wisdom and Economy lead the way to us. Ij you have never tried us. begin now, and' if clean, clinkerless, free-burning coal, the kind that gives you the most heat with the, least ef- fort is what you want, we'll take chances on holding, your.trade in the future. Service, quick and careful. PEOPLES' COAL CO. Yards at 9 Adams Street, Fhone 293 City-Office at Badger Drug Store, Botb I For That f.hillv Fpplinn use IUI IIIQl IttlllllJ pie, Second Growth Oak, or Lehigh Hard Coal or Soft Coal and Coke, all kinds and sizes. Sager's Coal and Wood Yard. V NORTH BtUFF STREET. New Phone, III. Old Phono, 41H1.> Houses for Sale or Rent We write all kinds of Insurance, too. CARTER MOR.SE. Old Pborje 193.' Now Phorje 161 Johnny's-Excuse. Seven-year-old John' brought .homo a bad report from school.' Ho' was scolded, but bore up bravely. "After nil. he said cncour- His Mistake. The Prison me! How dreadful! And do you really think you are a victim of persecution? The wot. But It's r. "tho greatest thins In llfo Is' mo own fault for not jolnln1 the health." j Housebreakers' Looking Forward In Hope. First had a'ride In un automobile, Clarence? Second but It's on'y'a matter of n few at do most, be- fore do pcrllco deBartrnents adopt 1 Satirical. i "I could .1111.with. .Ollllnscr all .rlfiht If he wasn't.BO deuced satirical. 'But ho keepa tho chasm open be- tween us." "What larcastn." Market OT.c Inwor. tumonnw 210LV Catlla lOj Inter. 2 75 80. lielfnrii..'....'.. ____........................... Itoaifon U ID tiopp loo liliclier.......................z nil Lnmbn Hteartr........................I 15 Janosvllle, WIs., Oct. 28, 1304. Gazette Print Ing Co. Gentlemen: In to j-our Inquiry whether or not .my
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