The Norfolk weekly news-journal. (Norfolk, Neb.) 1900-19??, February 22, 1901, Page 11, Image 11

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The Eyes Feed
the Brain
Parents who neglect their
childrens eyes are more
JT cruel than
ppjwjprj ne Chinese
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NORFOLK
wnu cutac
I ne icci ui
their little
ones One
dwarfs the feet the other
stunts the mind
When we adjust glasses
study becomes a pleasure
C f 0 PHQUAflDT
Dp of Ophthalmology
NEBRASKA
H E HARDY
FUEL
Office Cor 4th and Main 5ti
Yard i Bast U P Depot Phone 38
MONARCH MIXED
PAINT
The Best Paint Made
Will cover 300 square feet two coats
Contains pare lead and oil Shown by
chemical test there is no paint on the
market equal to its durability and cover
ing capacity We can vouch for this as
we have handled the Monarch Paint for
twelve years If you think of painting
your house let us figure with you We
can save you money
Remember our large stock of Wall
Paper cheaper than ever
KiesaiJ Drilg Bo
Twenty three rolls
of fine Straw Matting
just received at John
sons Furniture Store
On Thursday Fri
day Saturday Mon
day and Tuesday we
offer entire stock of
China and Glassware
at cost
The Weather
Conditions of the weather as recorded
or the 24 hours ending at 8 a m to
day
Maximum temperature 10
Minimum temperature 1
Average 10
Preoipltation 00
Total preoipltation for month 24
Snowfall 00
Barometer 2070
FRIDAY FACTS
The West Side Whist club met with
Dr and Mrs Bear last evening who
entertained the members in a royal
manner
Services were hold in St Pauls and
Christ Lutheran churches this morning
Services are to be held iu these churches
every Friday morning during Lent
Four miles of grading has just been
let at South Omaha by the F K M
V railroad company The grade is to
be wide enough to accommodato 10
tracks The cost of the improvement
will be 25000
Jt was Mrs R W Williams whose I
horso ran away yesterday nnd not Mrs
L A Williams as stated Whllo at
first she thought flho was not injured
today she is considerably liimo from tho
ttTeots of her fall
This being a legal holiday no weather
forecast was received this morning
The thermometer dropped to ouo degroo
below zero this morning which seemed
colder than It really was on account of
tho stiff north broczo blowing
Mosaic lodgo No 55 A F A M
conferred tho third degree lnat evening
using tho storoopMcou Thoro was an
unusnnlly largo attendance of monnors
At tho closo of tho work refreshments
wero served in tho banquet room
Tho most noticablo observances of
Washingtons birthday are by tho post
ofllce which is keeplug Sunday hours
being open from 11 to 1110 by the
school which aro not in session and
by tho banks which oro olosod Tho
closing of tho banksy today makes many
houses short of change with which to do
busiue s
Tho Ladies aid society of tho M E
church enjoyed a liberal patrouago it
both tho dinner nnd Buppor given by
thorn yesterday iu G A R hall They
sorved flue meals both uoou and evening
tho only criticism that could bo offered
being that thoy wero almost too goner
ous iu what thoy served Tho proceeds
of the entertainment netted them about
ICO
Madisons now electric light plant is
uow in operation and is giving good
satisfaction to tho people of that town
Tho streets are lighted by nino arc
lights aud 45 32 caudle power iucaudos
cents which makes it one of tho host
lighted towns iu the istnte considering
the size of the place Tho plant is
owned by tho city and is run in connec
tion with tho waterworks
This is the slxtoonth anniversary of
the marriage of Mr nnd Mrs E M
Huntington which they celebrated
today by giving an old fashioned turkey
dinner to 14 ladies tho invited guests
being Mesdames Morrow McMullen
Birchard Hazon O H Reynolds Mo
Bride Mount Stafford Seymour Baker
Snyder Stitt R H Reynolds aud May
lard Tho ladies went at 10 oclock
this morning attired iu Mint ha Wash
ington costume aud will spend tho day
They presented their hostess some hand
some pieces of china Tho affair was
very informal and consequently very
pleasant
The men of the Congregational church
are giving an entertainment in the
parlors of the church this evening
which iB strictly a male affair Oysters
and coffee with tho various accompani
ments are to be served the whole to be
iu charge of the men The line up of
eillciont help this afternoon seoms to be
about as follows although there may
be some changes Burt Mapes is to
be head cook and ho will season the
oysters with a few legaropinirni O C
Gow and C B Durland will wash dishes
aud wipe them with insurance policies
R A Stewart A H Alliuson and W
Z King will polish the silver with
butter ladles Geo Reckard will clean
tho skillets with a jack plane Robert
Utter will carry wood and water on u
book while us waiters will appear John
R Hays at a table of congressional
returns E O Mount at the telegraphers
table Prof OConnor at tho multiplica
tion table and J E Boos at the side
board Each one of the force will wear
hats of the time of Geo Washington
and conduct themselves in keeping with
colonial times It will bo worth travel
ing miles to partake of tho hospitality of
these gentlemen at a quarter a partake
even in the cold weather which is
promised for tonight
Girl wanted for general housework
Good wages Call at residence of Mrs
James Gildea North Eleventh street
Catfish perch and oysters at
KaiioJs
Rock Springs and Hanna Lump and
Nut coal at Hardys
Fresh fish at Glissmans
Man affair Feboary 22 1901 at the
First Congregational church Ladles
admitted at full price
Baltimore oysters in bulk at
Glissmans
Wanted Maroh 16 five room cottage
Will pay reasonable rent Address Wm
Beswick No 1209 Seventh avenue
Council Bluffs Iowa
A 1 fresh mined Rock Springs nut
coal at Hardys
Save your quarters and attend the in
augural address at the First Congrega
tional ohuroh Friday evening Febru
ary 22 at 7 30 sharp
Lost A bunch of friendship hearts
Leave at laundry and receive reward
The Favorite Line
To the Epworth League convention San
Francisco Cal July 1001 will bo the
Union Puoiflo All competition dis
tanced The fort traiiiB of the Uuiou
Paoiilo reach San Fruuci6cofifteeu hours
ahead of all competitors If you aro in
no hurry take a slow train by one of
the detour routes but if you want to
got there without deloy taknthe historic
and only direct route tho Union Pacific
Full information cheerfully furnished
upon application
F W Junkman Ageut
Sturgeon ia the piano man
THK NORFOLK NEWS FRIDAY FEKKUAKY 22 1501
PERSONAL
Prof W S Conn of Wayno was In
tho city yesterday
Miss Cora Martiudalo of Plerco is vis
iting in Norfolk today
Shomplu King of Sidney Nob was a
business visitor yesterday
C W Herltago of lladar was down
to tho metropolis yesterday
Peter Krantz of Stewart transacted
business iu tho city yesterday
Perry Mass and 11 R Pettitt of Fro
mout wero city visitors over night
E W Zntz cashier of tho Norfolk
National bank mado a trip to llosklus
today
Mrs R A Tawney and daughter
Ruth and Mrs Thos Olillvers nnd
daughter Ethel all of Pierce aro visitors
iu tho city today
Messrs Chris Sohavland Peter
Rubondall and Willis Mcllrido came
ovor from Madison last evening to at
tend Masonic lodge
O B Hazon who is spending tho
winter iu Colorado Springs Col ox poets
to return in tho early spring Ho has
not docidodwhother he will work his
farm noar hero or live in town during
tho summer
Bnllod lobster at
Oiissmanb
A full line of good groceries at
Parishs
Farm land and city property for sale
by G R Soilor
We mako loans on real estate at
lowest rates Elkhorn Building aud
Savings association T E Odiohkb Soc
Farm and city loons
Tub Durland Trust Go
THE SICK LIST
Mrs F A Beelor is suffering with an
attack of tonsilitis
The three children of M C Hazen
are siik with the whooping cough
I J Webtervolt who has boon enter
taining the grip for several days is re
ported better today
Ten bars Cndahys Diamond C soap
for 26 cents at Parishs
Good farms to trade for town property
G R Skilek
Northern WIhcoiihIii Itullwuy Farm Lnniln
ForSiilo
The Chicago St Paul Minneapolis
Omaha railway has for sale in North
em Wisconsin at low prices and easy
terms of payment about 1150000 acres
of choice farm lauds
Early buyers will secure tho advan
tage of locations on the many beautiful
streams and lakes which abound with
fish and furnish a never ending nnd
most excellent water supply both for
family use and for stock
Land is generally well timbered the
soil fertile and easy of cultivation and
this is rapidly developing into one of
the greatest sheep and cattle raising
regions in the northwest
Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Minn
eapolis Duluth Superior Ashland aud
other townB on The Northwestern
Line furnish good markets for stock
and farm produce
For further particulars address
Geo W Bull
Land Commissioner Hudson Wis or
G H MacRae
Asst GonlPassAgtSt Paul Minn
Hardings creamery butter at
Glissmans
Having received my stock of spring
and summer goods I wish to state that
it is the most complete in assortment
and style of foreign and domestic
woolens For a neat and up-to-date
suit or trousers give me a call I can
assure to please the most fastidious
Your inspection is invited
P J Fuesler Merchant Tailor
BATTLE CREEK
Tuesday born to Mr aud Mrs Robert
Davis a daughter
Rev Jos Cossairt arrived here Mon
day from Missouri to visit relatives
W A Barnes is closing out his stock
of general merchandise for cost prices
Day Ouras is over here from Leigh
visiting his parents and other relatives
Fred Erecbler went up to Inman Sun
day to look after his cattle interests near
that place
Miss Pauline Wienck of Norfolk was
visiting here the latter part of the week
with her parents
L M Wolfe of Norfolk was up here
Tuesday in the interest of the Modern
Brotherhood of America
We learned that Mr M O Wager
superintendent of the county farm is
intending to start a butcher shop here
soon
Mrs Sam Schneider went to Laurel
Tuesday to meet her parents Mr and
and Mrs Kaufman who moved to that
place from Ames
Mrs Henry Tiet jens and children of
Pluiuview arrived here last Thursday
for an extended visit with her father
Mr Otto Borchers
Mrs J II Palmer of Meadow Grove
bought n house nnd lot of Robt Pugh
Weduesday located on tho corner of
Herman and First East streets
Last Thursday Hughes shippod two
carloads of cnttlo L B linker one car
load of hogs and tho Howard Miller
Lumber company ouo carload of hogs
Chan Houston and Geo Davis got into
a little fight Tuosday about the nun-
of drinks they took nnd when thoy
settled up on that Marshal Flood said
thoy took f I 50 a piece
Rev 1 lloffmnu waH a victim of the
grip for nlHint a week but wo expect
him to be on tho pulpit ngain today
Thursday na Lent services commence
Ijwt Sunday Prof M G Doorlng held
a leading sermon in tho Lutheran
church
Our High Holionl including teachers
nnd cholors semis to bo very nctlvo all
tho time For tho next local teachers
association to bo hold on March llth at
1 JIOp m thoy will rendoi tho follow
ing program General dismission of
Chapter II of Pagos Theory and Prac
tice of Teaching Vocnl music Mlhs
Mablo Richardson Paper How
Should wo Spend our Vacation Mits
Mary Crooks Instrumental music
MtKS Bertha Richardson llooitntion
Miss Hertha Funk Vocal duot MIhhoh
Nellie Craig nnd Minnie Zimmerman
I boliovothat somo time some of our
girls will be admitted tq tho bar nonio
will try their bauds nt jonrnaliNU or home
other ism and tho balance get married
DrFrank Salter Diseases of children
tlntiHos for saio
T K OuinnttR
Veal mutton hoof pork spare ribs
and pork tenderloins at Kauoh
WARNEIWILLE
Ed Warner of Jersey villo 111 ar
rived here last Sunday to visit his
paronts
Fred Odell went to Omaha Monday
with the avowed intention of buying a
carload of calves
Mrs Nellie Miller came up from Fre
mont Monday to visit her parents Mr
and Mrs O D Munsou
Among tho distinguished guests at
tho dance here last Thursday evoning
was Goo W Losey sheriff of Madison
county but tho prize fight ho was look
ing for was not pulled off
Inane Johnston will dispose of his per
gonal projMTty nt public Falo next week
owing to tho death of Mrs Johnston
which ocenrtd recently Mr Johnston
has decided to give up farming for the
present and will take his children to
his mother at Holyoke Mass
fiifi To Mm Suiiiiiirrliinil
The Union Pacific hns authorized a
settlors excursion rate of 25 from Nor
folk to California February il to 2flth
March 5 12 11 25 Pullman ordinary
sleeping cars are run daily via the
Union Pacific to California These
cars are the most commodious menus of
travel for lnrgo parties intending set
tlers hmneseekers hunting parties
Full information cheerfully furnished
on application lF W Junkman
Agent
A terrible battle on lnud fierce fight
ing of soldiers firing guns chnrgo of
bayonets bnrsting shells rushing of
horses flying of traius and dat hiug of
firo departments will mako some people
feel nervous who Hit on front seats to
witness the fine program of the wonder
ful moving pictures at Marqnardts hall
Monday evening February 25
President McKinley Reviewing
Troops High Diving at Milan An
Elopement American Battle Ships
A Burglar Captured Burning
Stable Dog nnd Tramp etc many
nmnsing incidents also somo views
with reference to recent troubles iu
China Paris exposition and our new
possessions
Tickets can be obtained of Mrs Burt
Mapes for tho Congregational ladies or
at Leonards drug store Admission 25
cents Reserved seats JJ5 cents Child
ren 15 centB
You Should Know About Farming In
brankti
Corn is king but other grains are suc
cessfully raised and yon can buy land
cheap along the Fremont Elkhorn
Missouri Valley railroad
Write for particulars to
J H Gadle
Traveling Pass Aout
Denucu lowr
Or to J R riuCHAN
Gen tBTen A sent
Omaha Neb
Choice celery at Glissmans
All Competition UUtant ed
The fast trams of the Union Pocifio
reach San Francisco fifteen hours ahead
of all competitors If you are in no
hurry take a slow train by one of the de
tour routes but if you wont to get there
without suffering any of the inconven
iences of winter travel take the only
direct route the Union Pacific De
tailed information furnished on applica
tion F W Juheman Agent
An Kxtract from Her Letters
If you could only be here this winter
morning nnd see for yourself you would
no longer doubt me Roses ore bloom
ing in our front yard uud all nature is
as far advanced in this lovely American
summerland as it will bo in your cold
eastern homo by June
Wo made tho journey from Missouri
river to the Golden Gate on tho Union
Pacific to avoid the circuitous routes
an important item iu the winter A
trip to California is mado delightful by
tho perfect Ben ice nnd luxurious ac
commodation of The Overland Limited
which is perhaps tho most finely
equipped train iu the world
Detailed information furnished on ap
plication F W Junkman Agent
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REPORT OK THE CONDITION
Citizens National Bank
At Norfolk iu tho state of Nebraska
at thoeloNO of btiNhiesH
February 5 I Ml
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HiiiikliiK limiMi fimiltttriwwiil llxturt n llltil
Oilier riiil tmliitu nuiinl ituo Hi
Dun from Niitloiml llniikHuot
Itwnn NkimiIc 4M mi
Duo ft nm Hindi lliinkn mill
HnuktTH 1M 74
Duo trout iiiiroiiul tcMtrtu
mtiiitH 4ill 17
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I I A lulliiirl iiriKlilcul of llm
liank ilo polmmil eweur Unit llm iiImimi
Hiitimiimt ih trim to IIiuIk kI of my IoiowIciIkh
mill Mlnf I A IiiikaiiI
lriHliliiit
KuIwitIImmI mill tworn to Ixifiun mi IiIh 12ih
tin of Fulmmr MUI
JJAN J KOKNKIHTKIN
hiai Nolttrj Ililillc
oitiilrr Attift
Cam Ahmiih
Ofts H Ilittimi
L HlCHHKINH
UlrMtorf
Baby Cloaks and
Hoods at
Half Price at
DURLAND
SISTERS
FOR SALE
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One of tho best cottages on tho west
side Five rooms and bath Barn anil
good outbuildings and fine lawn
Corner lots Kxl22 south mid east
front Will bo sold at a bargain on
easy terms
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U20 acres of good improved land nino
miles north of Norfolk in Pierce coun
ty 2 I acres cultivated good buildiigs
A small payment down and balance at
I per cent interest ou 10 annual pay
ments will receive this bargain nt
20 00 iht ucre
Fonr of the best residences in Nor
folk on tho west side to exchange for
good farm land
TRKGY DURLRND
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Invites you to Compare Prices
Tomatoes per can 8c
Peas per can 6c
Corn per can 8c
Java Coffee best per lb 15c
Oat Meal per lb 2Mc
Soap 10 bare 25c
V2 pound can Baking Powder 20c
Best Prunes per lb 8c
Blueing 4c
Soda per lb 3jc
Starch per lb 3sC
Crackers per lb 7ifiCC
Clothes Lines 9o
Lye per can 4c
Mixed Candy per lb 7c
Pearline per package 4c
Rice per lb 7c
Lamp Chimney 4c
We have a big line of Tinware Gran
iteware and Crockery which we art
selling very cheap
B MEYERS
L L REMBE
Practical Plumber
and Steam Fitter
Agency for the Myers Force and
Wlud Mill Puinpa
Prices Right
Satisfaction Guaranteed on all Woik
First door West of Post Ofllce
WHEN YOU WANT A GOOD
SHAVE or BATH
GO TO
W 0 Halls Barber Shop
MAIN T TU1HD DOOB EABT OF KOUBTH
11
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The Hye nnil liye
5litht Nnn Lllf
i of f rmi tin will do In Not folk
nt ClirlMoiiliH DniK Hlorn
tlmZitliJUli nnil 7th of Inliruiiry
If you Imvn wi nk oyo mill lirmliirlinmiil ttrml
kIiimIn hiiki jour onliirn for liliu Ilu will niivn
joti nullify iiml nun your uyim lni
BARNKM Ac TYLKR i J II llnnni
M I Tylr
AHornoTH nt Law
Norfolk
Nobrank
HC H 1AllKlClt
liKNTLST
Mast Block - - Norfolk Nob
DR II T HULDMN
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Huiiltiiriuin nnil Itunlilnnru Mnlu nnil 1ltli HV
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Norfolk - - Nebraska
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IrKNTIST
Ulllrn uvnr OlllrmiV Nntlonul lliuik Itimlilnnoa
nun liltitV uortli of iiiiiMntltnml cliurcli
Norfolk Nobrnska
yAPKS UAZKN
Olllfti iimii lroiiui ilu Unix Hlorn
Norfolk - - - Nobniskn
jyflSS MARY S1I1CLLKY
FiiKhlonnblo DrosHinukor
Dp htiilrn In Cotton lilock ovnr IIiiiiiiim itirl
Kirnt cliirv wink Kiitintntnoil
Norfolk - Nebraska
pOWKHS A HAYS
Attorneys at Law
ItumiiH 10 II mill VI Must lilock
Norfolk - - - Nebraska
JJOBKRTSON ROBKIUSON
Attorneys-at-Law
Homns 1 and 2 Robertson Block
Norfolk Nobr
glfiSSIONS B12LL
UndcrlbkerN and Kmhalniers
Km hIdiih llll Norfolk Avo
Norfolk - Nebraska
For Ilumbing Strum Filling lumps TanVu
Wind Mills
And till work in HiIh Hun cull nn
W H RISH
Khtlpfnctifiii Hiinnintooil
Kirhl door Kouth of Tim Daily Ncwr Olllon
B W JONAS
FINE TAILORING
HuitK miiiln Ui oricr nnil in Iij Intoet Btylo Re
piiiriiiK iiniitly ilonn BIioji ou Soulli Fourtli Bt
miiitli of llmnn llroi
MRS H H HULL
Manicuring
Shampooing
Ladies Baths
Tklkmioni No 447
Rooms on North Ninth Street
DO YOU DESIRE
Health
VITO MAGNETIC HEALIN6
Cures Chronic Diseases Rheumatism
Eyes Kara the Lame etc Absolutely
no medicine used
Dr H SAYOOR
No 203 East NORFOLK
Fh Bt Street NEBRASKA
M E SPAULDINC
UKALEH IN
FLOUR - FEED
TELEPHONE NO 83
CRSEILER
Sale and
Boarding Barn
Horses Bought and Sold on
Commission
Brack Avcmm I
adTMftSt
PHONE 44