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   Racine Daily Journal (Newspaper) - November 3, 1902, Racine, Wisconsin                                THE RACINE DAILY JOURNAL, MONDAY AFTERNOON, IS OVEMBER 3, 1902. ELECTION NOTICE. OFFICE OF COUNTY CLEEK. RACINE, Wis., October 27, 1902. To THE ELECTOBS OP THE COUNTY or RACINE, WISCONSIN Notice a hereby given that a generil election is to be held in the seTeral towns, wards and election precincts in the said County of Racine on the fourth day of November which the officers named below are to be choaen. The names of the candidates for each office to be roled for, whose nominations have been certified to this office are given opposite the title of the office and under the appropriate party or other designation, each in ita proper column, and the questions submitted to a rote are stated below: INFORMATION TO VOTERS. The following instructions are given for the information and guidance of voters: A voter npon'entering the polling place, and giving his name and residence, will receive a ballot from the ballot clerk, which must have endorsed thereon the names or initials of both ballot clerks, and no other ballot can be used. Upon receiving his ballot, the voter mnst retire, alone, to a booth or compartment, and prepare the same for Toting. A ballot clerk msy inform the voter as to the proper manner of marking a bnt he mnst not advise or indicate in any manner whom to vote for. The voter, if he wishes to vote for all the candidates nominated by any party, should make a cross mark X, under the party designation printed at the top of the ballot in the circle made for that purpose. A ballot so marked, and having no other mark, will be counted for all the candidates of that party in the column underneath, unless the names of some of the candidates of the party have been erased or a cross mark be placed in the square under the name or at any place in the space occupied by the name or names of the candidates in another column, and will be counted for all names written in lien of the one erased. If the voter wishes to vote for some of the candidates of different political parties, he should make a cross mark under the name of each candidate he desires to vote for, or at any place within the space in which the name is printed. If he wishes to vote for a person for a certain office, whose name is not on .the ballot, he must write the name in the blank space under the printed name of the candidate for the office. The ballot should not be marked in any other manner. If the ballot be spoiled, it must be re- tnmed to the ballot clerk, who most issue another in its stead, but not than three in all to any one voter. Five minutes time is allowed in booth to murk ballot. Unofficial ballots or memorandum to assist the voter in marking his billot can be taken into the booth and may be nsed to copy from. The ballot most not to shown so that any person can see how it has been marked by the voter. After it is marked, it should be folded so that the inside cannot be seen, bnt so that the printed endorsements and signatures of the ballot clerks on the outside may be Men. Then the voter should pass ont of the booth, or compartment, give his name to the inspector in charge of the ballot box, hand him bis ballot to be placed in the box, and peas ont o.f the voting place. A voter who declares to the presiding officer that be is nnable to read, or that, by reason of physical disability, he is enable to mark I is oallot, can have the assistance of one or two election officers in the marking of the same, to be chosen by the voter. And it he declares that lie is totally blind, he may be assisted by chosen by hi in from among the legal votoia oCthe connly. The presiding officer miy administer an oath, in bis discretion, to such person's disability. OFFICE For Governor For Lieutenant-Governor For Secretary of State................ For State Treasurer For Attorney-General For Superintendent Public Instruction.. For Rnilroad Commissioner............ For Commissioner of Insurance......... For Representative of Congress 1st Dist. For State Senator 3rd District......... Member of Assembly, First District Member of Assembly, Second District County Clerk......................... County Treasurer Sheriff Coroner.............................. Clerk of Court District Attorney Register of Deeds..................... Surveyor County Superintendent of Schools DEMOCRATIC TICKET. PROHIBITION TICKET EDWIN W. DRAKE WESLEY MOTT...... JOHN C. MAKTIN.. HENRY A. RUSSELL CHARLES L. ALLEN JOSEPH V. COLLINS JOHN W. EVANS---- HANS H. MOE....... THOMAS W. NORTH JAMES P. CORSE---- DAVID STUAHT ROSE JOHN WATTAWA LOUIS AUGUST LANGE EDWARD L. LUCKOW............... OLAF RASMUSSEN SKAAR.......... KARL MATIIIE WILLIAM ALFRED REDNER........ WILLIAM HENRY FERBER LEWIS C. BAKER.................... MICHAEL HIGGINS, JR............. CHARLES D. FINCH................ EDWARD F. RAKOW............... JAMES L. ENGLISH FRANK COX........................ JOHN M. FREEMAN................ MARIUS B. LASSEN WILLIS L. CAIIOON EDWARD D. NEFF ARTHUR D. SPENCER HE2OVY MADIGAN GEORGE H. HERZOG........... PETER ADLAND JOHN J. PETTIJOHN............ GEORGE H. FOXWELL. ARCHIE L. NOBLE JOHN MARTIN ANDREW IBSEN....... REPUBLICAN TiCKET WILLIAM A. LUNN ELMER DUCKETT ROBERT 31. LA FOLLETTE........... JAMES 0. DAVIDSON.............. WALTER L. IIOUSER JOHN J. KEMPF...................... LA FAYETTE'M. STURDEVANT..... CHARLES P. GARY JOHN W. THOMAS ZENO M. HOST HENRY ALLEN COOPER OTIS W. JOHNSON JOHN DIXON...................... JOHN KAMPER..................... WILLIAM BELL HANS P. NELSON ROBERT MUTTER................. JONAS HOYLE JOHN R. HULBERT ELMER E. GITTINS................. WILLIAM L. HAGMAN SAYRS G. KNIGHT W. STORMS SOCIAL DEMOCRAT PARTY EMIL SEIDEL ROBERT SALTIEL EDWARD ZIEGLER HEXRY J. AMMANN RICHARD EL3NER EDWIN R. EVANS OSCAR S. LOWRY ARNOLD ZANDER SOCIALISTIC LABOR PARTY. HENRY E. D. PUCK UAXS HILLMANN................... JOHN V1ERTHALER X. E. HANSON PAUL FISCHER J. H. ECKLUND AUGUST SIMONS OLIVER MAURY INDIVIDUAL NOMINATIONS Section 4. The legislature shall havo power to enact a general banking law suciilnw. for the creation of banks, and for the regulation and supervision of the banking business, provided that the vote of two-thirds of all the members elected to each house, to be taken by and nays, be in f.ror of the pa YES. NO. ...................D D Shall the Amendment to Article XI, of the Constitution be H If you wish to vole for the amendment, make a cross in the square under the word if against it, make across under the word "No." Section 1. The supervision of pnblic instruct shall be vested in a state superintendent and 8nch other officers as the legislature shall direct; and their qualiacations, powers, duties and compensahon be prescribed by at the same time and In the same manner as members of the snpreme conrt, and shall hold his office for foar years from the sncceedina first Monday in July, The state superintended at the genera .lection m November, 190., shall hold and and hia successor shall be choaen at the of the judicial election in April, 1005. The term of oSice, time and manner of electing or appointing all other officers of supervision ot public mstmction shall ba fixed by law. YES. NO. his office unt.l the first Monday Shall the Amendment to Section of Article X, of the Constitution be ......D If you wish to vote for the amendment, make a cross in the square under the word "Yes" if against it, make a cross under the word "No." Section 11. No person, association, co-partnership or corporation, shall promise, muncipality of this state, or to any person at the request or for the advantage of all committee, and no member or employee thereof, no candidate for, and'.no incumbent of any office or positii commiee, an n o r u, or lor any purpose, any free tmsa or or Bny privilege withheld from any person, for the traveling accomodation or transportation of any person or property, or the transmission of any message or communication. law, and if anyofflcer or any member of the legislature L found Ruilty therof, his office shall become vacant. No person within the purview of this act shall be privileged from in relation to anything therein probated; and The railroad commissioner and his deputy in the discharge of duty are excepted from the provisions of this amendment. YES. NO no person nVmll hohrihurv nnrt SB nnninlnvl fijd e able to anv nrZntion or so teemed shall be hablo U> any promotion or or any offense concerning which he was required to give his testimony or produce any documentary evidence. Shall the Amendment to Article Xffl, of the Constitution be D If you wish to vote for the amendment, make a cross in the square under the word "Yes" if against it, make a cross the word "No." LOCATION OF POLLING BOOTES. TOWNS Village of Union Grove, at Myers Opera House. Ml. Pleasant, at Town Hall. Cuk-ilouia, at Town Hull. Kt.yciond at Town Hall, Yorkville ixt Town Hall. Dover ut Briody's Hotel, Eagle Lake. Norway nt Bluckhawk Corners. Wuterford, at office of Town Clerk. Rochester, at Town Hall. Burling'00 at Town Hall in the City of Burlington. CITY OF First "Ward, Engine Boom, City Hall. Second Ward, Engine Room, Hose Co. No. 2. Third Ward, Boschert's Wagon Shop. Fourth Ward, Council Chamber, City Hall. CITY OF RACIXE. In the First Ward at the polling booth on Third Street. In the North district of the Second Ward at the ward hall on Eighth Street. In the South district in the Second Ward at polling booth on 17th St., between Grand avenue and Villa street. In the North district of Third Ward at polling booth on Grand mve. North of Sixth St. In the South district of Third Ward at 1201 Villa Street. In the East district of Fourth Ward at polling booth on Hnbbard Street, between North Main and North Wisconsin Streets. In the West District of Fourth Ward at engine house, cor. of Barker and Lincoln SI' In the North district of Fifth Ward at engine house on Slate Street. In tbeSonth district of Fifth Ward at polling booth on Winelow Court. In the East district ot Fifth ward at polling booth on Mound Avenue. In the North district of Sixth Ward at ward hall, Eighth St. between Mead and Racine In the Central district of the Sixth ward at polling booth on Washington avenue, be- tween 13th and 14th streets. In the South district of Sixth Ward at enrine bouse on Racine Street. In the East district of Seventh Ward, 6. W. cor. N. WIs. and HUh street. In the West District of Seventh Ward at polling booth No. 1061 Douglai Avenue. The polls at said election will be open in the city of Racine at 0 o'clock in tbo morning of said day of election and will be closed at 7 o'clock In the evening of same day. In all otner cities, villiages, towns and election in the county the polls will open at 9 8. m. and close at sundown, or p. m. WH. BELL, County Clerk. World's Biggest Sailing Ship. Germany has the largest sailing ves- sel in the world, the Preussen, of tons, jxist launched at Geestemunde. She Is owned by the firm that owns tho former largest sailing vessel, tho Potosi, of odd tons, and will ba used In the trade with, the Pacific coast of America. Tho Preusson Is 437 feet long and 53 foot wide. She- draws 34 feet and has a spread of sail of square feet. Try This. H has been discovered that mos- qvittos arc susceptible to music and havn been trapped by moans of a de- vice giving oft a constant musical note. This has been noticed by a number ol scientists, but the experi- ments have not been carried to a practical Herald. sTo danger of consumption U you use Poley's Honey and Tar to cure that stubborn coiiffh. Kradwell-Thiesen Drug Co. "WATCH THE lilDNETS" "When they are affected, life is In dan- savp Dr. Aberncthy, tho great Kng- lish physician. Foley's Kidney Curo makes sound kidneys. Kradwell-Thiesen Drug Co.___________________________ Value of Kind Words. Daring a long life 1 have proved that not one kind word ever spoken, not one kind, deed ever done, but soon- er or Imter returne to bless the giver, and becomes a chain binding men golden bonds to the throne of Burn Soft Coal! We have a complete line of Heating Stoves and Ranges ready for inspection. We call your special attention to the latest improved Soft Coal Burners. All goods are guaranteed and our prices are right. MOHR-JONES HARDWARE CO., SIXTH STREET. DR. J. A. OLSON, ....DENTIST.... OFFICE HOURS FROM 8 to to 5. OFFICra, 1327 WASHINGTON AVENUE. Over 200 of them in Racine.... SIMPLE AND ECONOMICAL. DAYIS HEATER CO. 216 SIXTH STREET. Horse Clipping LEWIS BROS We are fully equipped to do your work any- _ __ time. Our work can- not be excelled. Boarding and Peed Stable. Rubber Tire Bigs always on hand. 70.-703 WISCONSIN STREET. Both. Ttkphonts Diseases of Men We are living in an axe of specialists. Men who havo been eminently successful in any depart- ment of human endeavor are specialists in their chosen Selds of labor. This applies without ex- ception to every occupation and calling. No one reputation twt of man is great enough to master the entire field of medicine and i-nrgery. Coming to this conclusion many years ago I determined to confine my practice strictly line of diseases and to originating per- fection cares for them. J, therefore, treat only those obscnie ami chronic ailments thmt I am absolutely certain I can positively cum to stay cored. My nucoem in the treatment of Varkocele, Stricture, Blood Poison, Rupture, Piles, Nervous Debility and Lost Manhood iatbe logical result of a lilelime ot study and experience and makes it possible for me to guarantee perfect in those cases which I accept. My charges for cure are reMonable, and not more than yon will be willing to Consultation and examination free. FT I Main Street (Over Dan Sol.) OFFICE HOURS: 10 to 12 a. m., i to 8 p. m. Cttlunl 'Phcne. Sundays 10 to 12 a. a   

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