The Norfolk weekly news-journal. (Norfolk, Neb.) 1900-19??, March 15, 1901, Page 11, Image 11

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When Doctors
Nervousness headaches
sleeplessness and dizziness often
puzzle the best physicians
Nine times in ten eyestrain is the
direct cause
Nothing can effect a permanent cure
that does not remove the cause
That is what our scientifically fitted
glasses do
C f 01 PRQUAttDT
Dr of Ophthalmology
Oilier Cor 4th and Alain Sts
Yards east U P Depot Phone 35
The Best Paint Made
Will cover 300 6quare feet two coats
ContainH pare lead and oil Shown by
chemical test there is no paint on the
market equal to its durability and cover
ing capacity Wo can vouch for this aB
we have handled the Monarch Paint for
twelve years If yon 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
Kiesail Drug Bo
Parties who came to Norfolk Friday
to purchase a wedding outfit found
after looking over the different stocks
that there was only one place in town
where they could buy it At Johnsons
furniture store they found the best
goods found that he did not ask them
a low price on one article for effect
and then attempt to make it up on
something else They failed to find any
second hand goods mixed up with
the now hence no danger of getting
any live stock or liability of dis
ease which is peculiar to the second
hand and exchange business They
found that Mr Johnson did not blow
any about how much business he was
doing found that he knew his busi
ness discovered the evidence on every
hand that they had found the right
place and proceeded to buy their entire
outfit chamber suits dining room furn
iture rockers tables carpets dishes
lamps etc found that the prices were
less than they expected and went
home satisfied with their trip to Nor
folk and congratulating themselves
that their efforts of the cappers
who tried to induce them to buy else
where had not prevented them from
finding Mr Johnson and his elegant
stock to select from
The Weather
Conditions of the weather as recorded
for the 24 hours ending at 8 a m to
Maximum temperature 40
Minimum temperature 10
Average 28
Precipitation 00
Total preoipitation for month 13
Snowfall 00
Total snowfall for month 200
Barometer 2980
Forecast for Nebraska Fair tonight
and Saturday Warmer west portion
The regular 7 30 meeting at Trinity
church will be omitted this evening
Rov Tbeo Manning of Madison will
preach in the Presbyterian church of
this city Sabbath morning at 11 oclock
Tho I O O F held an interesting
meetiug at Odd Fellows hall last even
ing conferring degrees on three new
The latest thing in the slot machine
idea is the Automatic Peanut Dis
penser which has recently been in i
stalled by E J Schoreggo Tho nnnio
tells about thowholo story with tho ex
ception of tho fact that it takes a nickel
to make it work
Norfolk lodgo No 053 B P O Elks
will moot in special session this evening
in Odd Follows hall when tho degrees
will bo conferred
Toward night yesterday tho sun
struggled though tro clouds and this
morning tho heavens wero clear Tho
wind was loth to give up it fury but
it has now subsided into 11 broeze and
the inotcnry is g jlng tip Whilo sii co
Tuesday thislconntry has been visited
by a very disagreeable aftermath of
winter it has not cotupnred to tho
wind storms of the south or tho blizzards
of Wisconsin uud all will hopo that It
is tho last cold storm of tho season
Tho veterans of Shilnh are tocoloorato
the anniversary of that battle at Colum
bus on Tuesday and Wednesday April
II and 10 A good program has beon
prepared and a number of proinlnont
speakers of tho stato are cxpocted to ad
dress tho assemblage An invitation
has beon extended to everybody to at
tend and veterans of tho civil war es
pecially those who participated in tho
battle are urged to bo present Gen
eral John M Thayer is 0110 of tho
speakers announced
Fou Sale A team of horses weigh
ing about 1300 pounds each now
wagon harness and two seated surroy
Call on E D Perry Norfolk Junction
Hardings creamery butter at Gliss
IlnmiiHciiB Coiuinandnry
Damascus Commandery No 20 will
meet in regular conclave in Masonic
hall this evening at 7 0 Visiting
Knights arc invited
E II Tkacy
It is anticipated that tho social and
entertainment to bo given by the Y M
C L on April 4 will be one of the en
joyable events of the early spring
All styles and prices in street hats at
Miss Benders
Houses for Bale T E Odiobkk
H Barnes of Battle Creek is in town
E M Prichard of Columbus spent the
night in tho city
L C Baird of Stanton was in town
yesterday afternoon
Miss Jones of Scrihner is visiting at
the home of J A Mulliu
Mr and Mrs H A Hahn of Stanton
were city visitors over night
Wm Shippey of Stanton transacted
business in tho city yesterday
H W Abts wholesale grocer of Col
umbus was in town last night
Miss Bessie Cooley is expected home
tomorrow from her visit to Omaha
Chas W Hamilton implement dealer
of Creighton was in town over night
Geo A Brooks of Bazilo Mills came
in on the morning train from the north
Mrs L A Pohlman and son Edward
of Pierce were shopping in tho city to
Miss Pearl Baker of Madison came up
last evening to visit a few days with
Miss Bley
James Gads son and daughter of
Schuyler arrived in town on laBt even
ings train
Mrs W M Condon and Miss Ottis
of Humphrey were shopping in the city
F W Junuman spent the night in
Madison having been subpoenaed there
as a witness
Andrew Fredorickson and G S Bur
nett of Plainview were business visitors
in the city yesterday
Fred Bean O L Olcott Samuel Kil
grove James Harrington all of Colum
bus spent last night in town
H D Kelly has gone to Norfolk Vir
ginia to look over the country He
may possibly decide to locate there
J M Hibbard representing the West
ern Paper Co of Omaha was interview
ing bis trade in town this morning
C H Krabn went to Willow Creek
Pierce county on business this after
noon and expects to return tomorrow
S L Gardner and Julius AltEchuler
went to Madison on the morning train
to appear as witnesses before tho court
Geo Thiele returned last night from
Omaha where ho has been receiving
treatment in St Joseph hospital He
looks well and says he feels well
Mrs J W Bovee has returned from
South Dakota where she baB been visit
ing during the past five weeks with her
daughter Mrs Ellis Bradford
Al Schmitz and daughter Celia have
returned to their home near Osmond
the former driving up yesterday and
the daughter going on tho train today
Dan B Lee returned last evening
from Oakdale where he has been work
ing for tho past three weeks in the in
terests of the National Life and Trust
company of Des Moines
P F Boll president of tho state
undertakers association has gouo to
Beatrice to attend a meeting of 11 com
mittee whloh is perfecting arrauge
inouts for the aunual meeting of the
association at Beatrice in June during
the Chautauqua
Choice veal at Glissmaus
i cm 111
Republican Convention Docs
Good Work
Hn Accept Nomination im 11 Duty li Owr
llln Inrlj nil lriBcnt nml No
Friction In Coiniiilliin -A litoil llnt
or NoinlnciK
Tho republican city convention mot at
tho city hall last evening and pi need in
nomination tho following named can
For mayor 11 A Pasowallc
For city clork K R MoFiirlaud
For city treasurer P F Hell
For city engineer W H Lowe
For pollco judge S W Hayes
Tho convention was culled to order
by W 11 Bucholz and tho cull was
read by S R McFnrland
Temporary organization was eflVeted
by tho election of W II Buoholz as
chairman and S II McFnrland as secre
Upon moton tho chair ap ointed J 1
Clements M D Tyler and C J Stock
well as a committee on credentials
After a short intermission tho com
mltteo reported tho names of thoso en
titled to scuts in the convention a list
of which was published yesterday full
representation being present from every
The temporary orgnnizationwas then
made permanent and motion was made
to take an informal ballot for mayor
This motion was lost and G B Salter
was nominated for mayor by acclama
Upon motion a committee of threo
consisting of M D Tvler E O Mount
and II A Poscwalk was appointod to
notify Mr Salter of his nomination
S R McFnrland was nominated for
city clerk by acclamation
P F Bell was chosen as tho candi
date for city treasurer in the same
hearty manner
W H Lowe was nominated city
engineer without opposition
For police judge S W Hayes C W
Mihills and Jack Koeuigstcin wero
placed in nomination Informal ballot
taken by call of wardp resulted Mi
hills lfi Koenigstfiu 13 Hayes 18
Koenigstein declined
The first formal ballot gave Mihills 3
Hayes 19 J A Light 22 Koenigstein 1
Tho second formal ballot gave Light
28 Hayes 111 Mihills 3 Koenigstein 1
Mr Light was declared tho nominee
but he declined to accept and tho con
vention proceeded to another ballot re
sulting Hayes Mi1 L M Gaylord
28a Having received the majority of
all the votes Mr Gaylord was declared
the nominee
Mr Gaylord declined to stand as the
candidate and S W Hayes was nomi
nated by acclamation
E O Mount and Fred Hollingsworth
wero nominated bv acclamation for
members of the school board
Members of the central committee
were selected as follows First ward
H II Patterson Second ward L M
Gaylord Third ward J KoeuigBtein
Fourth ward J L Hershiser
The committee appointed to wait upon
Mr Salter now reported that he declined
to accept the nomination for mayor
Mr H A Pasewalk was then placed
in nomination by acclamation which
he accepted in a neat speech Ho said
he did not want tho nomination bnt if
it was the will of the convention ho
would put aBide his personal inclina
tions and accept it as a duty he owed
the party This announcement was
greeted with applause and the chair
urged all republicans to take an active
part in helping elect Mr Pasewalk as
After authorizing the central commit
tee to fill all vacancies that may occur
the convention adjourned
Third Ward Counclluien
Last evening F E Hardy notified the
committee that be could not accept the
nomination as councilman from tho
Third ward for which position he had
been placed in nomination Wednesday
evening by the republican canons Tho
committee held a meeting this morning
and placed the name of J J Clements
on tho ticket thus making tho nominees
for councilmen from the Third ward C
C Gow and J J Clements
Iuikurt Declines
This morning G A Luikort filed with
the city clerk bis resignation as candi
date for a member of the board of edu
cation for which ho was nominated at
the democratic convention on Tuesday
Good farms to trado for town property
G R Seileu
Sturgeon is the piano man
Nancy Catherine Upton
Nancy Catherine Upton was born in
Clay county Indiana November 24
1810 She came with her parents to
Boone county Iowa in 1851 She was
married to J W Upton February 20
1805 She came with her husband to
Saunders county Nebraska September
20 1871 from there to Madison Sep
tember 20 1880 and from Madison 10
Norfolk December 20 lfe09 Sho died
March 13 1001 at the age of 65 years 3
months and 18 days
For the last four years Bhe was an in
valid and a great sufferer Her suffer
ing was marked by much pitieneo and
a true resignation to the will of God
A few days before her death hhe selected
the chapter to bo read at tho funeral anil
one of the hymns and Hindu other nr
raugotiHMitR regarding tho funeral
The word of God was her comfort and
sho died In peace
She leaves hor husband four Ivoys niul
one girl to mourn her loss Tho sons
aro Albert and R bert of Norfolk and
William and Frank of Madison The
daughter is Mrs Rosolla Dopsmi of
Madison Hho lea ven also two brothers
and t woslHtersllvlng in Saunders county
all of whom wero proHont at the funeral
Tho funeral was held from the home
in Norfolk on Thursday March 1 1 at II
iini ltuv G II Main of tho M E
uhurih olHolutltig Tho remains were
interred in Prospect Hill cemetery
Choice celery at Gasmans
We makn loans on real estato at
lowest rates Elkhorn Building and
Savings association T E Odiohnk Sou
Farm and oity loans
Tint Dukland Thurt Co
Orntorlnil Content
The oratorical contest will be held at
the High school room this evening tho
purpose being to select 0110 member of
tho High school to represent Norfolk in
tho North Nebraska oratorical contest
which will bo held here on tho evening
of March 27 Tho program for this
evenings contest is as follows
Duet Ethel Doughty and Elite Ball
1 Mary Covert Claudias and Cyn
Flute solo llalsey Gibson
2 Elizabeth SharpoHS Old Aco
Piano duet Florence Estnbrook and
Jessie Drebert
3 lluttio McKim Catilines Defi
Vocal solo Rov Will McKim
4 Winifred Litchfield A Vibiou
fi Nellio Ilaudley Me nnd Jim
Violin solo ErncBt Jeffcries
Card of Thanks
Wo thus publicly express our heart
felt appreciation of tho many kind deeds
and words of friends ami neighbors
during tho illncER and last sad rites con
nected with tho burial of our beloved
wife and mother
J W Upton and Ciiiiikfn
Baltimore oysters m bulk at Gliss
DrFrank Salter Dihousr of children
A special meeting Norfolk lodge No
053 13 P O Elks will bo held at Odd
Follows hall this evening for work
Members are requested to bo present
C H Reynolds
Acting Ex R
Farm land and city property for 6ale
by G R Soiler
C A Randall of Nowmau Grove drove
to Madison Thursday afternoon
Attoruoy W it Ellis of Bloomfield
came in Thursday noon for a short visit
with his mother and friends
Tho jury in tho Parks case consists of
A W Whitehoru J R Dow aud Chas
Helm of tho regular panel and Jos
Wehenkel Dan Dieter C D Johnson
Leo Gates B M Carson Chris Chris
tiansen J B Fichtcr E E McKibben
and Albert Calmer especially drafted
Whilo wo are waiting for the flowers to
bloom we will sell
In the Newest Designs and at the Low
est Prices
will sell you
as cheap as
Heres a few
Santa Clans Soap 10 0 K
bars for ZOC
Oudahys Diamond O OK
Soap 10 for ZOC
Bon Ton Flour I ft fi
Best Patent IUU
Blair Cern Best West- ft r
ern 3 cans for ZOC
Extra Tomatoes I ft-
solid pack I U C
Wo Imvo uted more tliuiHOO nicks of
Hon Ton cluririf tho intt fii months and
can recommend it
11I i ri
if ecuiveti louay ureen x
I ach Cauliflower Lettuce Onions
and Radishes
Strawberries Next
Week Z
I sho urowiiijj fs so oarcwoni mid
nervous Is lninl work bringing linns and wrink
les in hor faco What kind of kilchon utensils
dors sho have to work with Is she woniod with
an old stove a poor washing machine Bund
a cheap wringer that breaks olf buttons Tho
kindest thing you can do for her is to git her
good improved kitchen machinery It will pro
long her life make her bright and happy uud
save you doctor bills Jet our combination of
fer on a Lakeside Washer n Hoyal Wringer and
a Majestic Mango
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ii Domestic mZZv Standard
Sewing Machines
Domestic 3 Standard
Also a full line of Baby Carriages
I Hoffman Smith
H1 First 1901 Announcement I
Wo wish to tell yon Hint our nt oro is full to profusion of
hats for early spring wear W want to seriously impress
upon you the fact that we Htmly carefully tho catalogues
sent out by the big department Htoros nnd wo meet ami
heat them at their own game If the price on a hat shown
you does not m ciii iih mnch as you aie in the habit of pay
ing for the quality you want bo iinsiirod that tho quality
is there nil right but the price ih cheaper Hats usually
hold in millinery Mores at 2 M to fyOO wo mark at
168 ajxtid 198
of which we have ten dozen would be ood value at OSo
Wo want six more girlB who know how to sew To
girls who are willing to work and honestly want to learn
tho trade we will pay wages while learning
Other Peoples Money
will iiiKitr
Other Peoples Money
SeitB tin Snlo itt LoommlY
Other Peoples Money
BdIIb made to order and In tie Iftfet style Ite
lfiirlDK neatlyjclone Shop on South Foortii Ht
lontli of Uaum liro
Practical Plumber
and Steam Fitter
Agency for the Mrers Force and
Wind Mill Pumps
Prices Right
Satisfaction Guaranteed on all Woik
First door West of Post Office
Robinding Old BookB
and Magazines
Noxt Denns Paint Storo Cth St
W 0 Halls Barber Shop
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ts iyiii i sJS5s j5v5ttit5jSSSvS1
Oho of tho lu st cottages on tho west
sido Five rooms and bath Barn and
good outbuildings and fine lawn
Corner lots Kxl22 south and east
front Will be sold at a bargain on
capy terms
320 acres of pood improved land nine
miles north of Norfolk in Pierco coun
ty 270 acres cultivated good buildings
A small payment down and balance at
0 per cent interest on 10 annual pay
ments will receive this bargain at
2000 per acre
Font of the best residences in Nor
folk on tho went side to exchaugejfor
good farm land
Invites you to Compare Prices
Tomatoes per can g
Peas per can 50
Corn per can gg
Java Ooffoe best per lb 1R
Oat Meal per lb 2Jc
rxmji ju uurs ZOO
11 pound can Baking Powder 20c
Best Prunes per lb 8c
Ulueing 4C
Soda per lb 3 u0
Starch per lb 30
Crackers per lb 7cc
Clothes Lines g0
Lye per can 40
Mixed Candy per lb 7jc
Poarliuo per packugo 0
Rice jwr lb f0
Lamp Ohimuoy 4
Wo havo a big lino of Tiuware Gran
itowaro aud Crockery which wo are
selling very cheap