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TJE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JUNE 27 , 1002 , 0
SATURDAY SIFTINGS ,
0. 0. Gow is nttctidlng the obantnu
( inn at Beatrice.
Mrs. Ohtxs. Stilt Una gone to Gram
Island for a visit.
J. G. CollliiB loft yesterday lor a trij
E. A. Cram cnmo down from Creigh
ton last night and mnde n trip to Omabi
Miss Edith Altsohnler is homo froa
Omaha where she has been nttondlnt
Bchool. , \
Mrs. Vff J. Gow and children hav <
gone to Blue Springs on a visit to hei
Chandler Owen has gone to Colorndc
Springs where ho will spend his vacatict
on a ranch. v
Miss Emma Mueller returned last
night fro'm Omaha and has resumed hoi
duties in the Fair store.
Harry Owen returned yesterday from
Fairbault , Minn. , where he has been attending -
tending school during the past year.
Mrs. 0. R. Eller , who has been visit
ing her parents , Mr. and Mrs. H. 0
Mntran , has returned to her home it
Mrs. L Bnckendorf and two youngest
children left this noon for La Porte
Iml. , where she will visit her parents
She will spend a few days in Chicago
visiting her sister.
Rob. O. Martin , who spent some time
in Norfolk several yi ars ngo , passed
through on the Omnlm exurniou , repre
senting the South Omnlm D-iily Droven
Mrs. H. E Warriclc aud Mrs. E. P.
Wentheiby entertained about forty ol
their liidy friends yesterday" afternoon
in honor of their guobt , Mrs. Carter oi
Des Moines , Iowa.
Owen B others have started a large
horse nmuti at Phff , Col. They shipped
a carl .ud of brood mares from this city
to their ranch yesterday and expect to
bny ana ship about live more carloade
Win. Goldsmith of Madison was in
the city on his return from a trip to
Plainview where he has a farm. He
states that the country is looking fine
and that the crops are showing a won
The temperature last night reached
a point that was uncomfortably close tea
a freeze , the minimum being recorded
at 3G , or but four degrees above the
fatal point. Some of the early risers
assert that there was a slight frost in
spots this morning.
Arthur J. Koenigstein returned at
noon from Chicago where he has just
graduated from the pharmacy depart
ment of the Northwestern university.
Miss Metta was there to attend the exercises -
ercises , but will visit at Springfield a
few days before returning.
Rev. J. P. Mueller reports that about
100 tickets have been eold for the ex
cursion to Fremont tomorrow on no
count of the annual picnic of the Luth
eran's orphan home. The train leaves
the Creightou depot at G :50 : and the
Junction at 7 o'clock tomorrow morn
The Norfolk High school orchestra
will meet at the High school this even-
ing. A large attendance is desired , as
new music has been received and it is
hoped that the orchestra may be able to
play in public before many weeks. The
players will be divided into two classes ;
that for beginners will be instructed
from 7 to 8 , and the advanced class from
8 to 9.
According to the Plat to County
Argus , Lillie M. Carter has been
granted a divorce from her husband ,
Roy Carter , The Argus adds : "A
novel proceeding in the case was the ap
pointment of M. D. Tyler as guardian
ad 11 torn , for the divorced husband , who
is a minor evidently a precautionary
measure in connection with the allow
ance of alimony. "
P. Whitney , general town rnteV agent
for the F. E. & M. V. company , re
turned to this city last night from his
trip to the new town Anoka on the
Verdigre extension , where he hell a
i sale of town lots on the 18th. He re
ports that the. 88 lots sold brought
$11,675. One bank lot sold for $900 , one
for $525 and two at $435 each. Mr.
Whitney will conduct a sale of lots at
Bristow on June 25 and one at Monowi
on the 2Gth. Bristow is located be
tween Spencer and Lynch , and Monowi
seven miles east of Lynch.
The executive committee recognizes
the fact that there will be a large demand -
mand for men to assist them in carrying -
ing out the details of the program on
the Fourth to insure its complete BUG-
oess. The committee will be compelled
to have representatives at a dozen places
at the same time and being only a few
of them in numbers they recognize that
considerable of the work of making the
day a success will have to be done by
proxy. They therefore ask that those
who have not been assigned to duty on
a committee or to other work , volun
teer their services to the commit
tee and they .will assign them to
duty. Everone interested in Norfolk
and the success of. the celebration
should do their share and they confl-
dently expect a huge number of voluu-
It has been suggested and the sug
gestion is a good one that the execntive
committee , or the commitUo on rcol
bowers for the Fourth of July , would be
pursuing a wieo course by uuliRting the
aid of the ladies of Norfolk in making
the rest bowers attractive and homelike
A committee of merchants' wives o
other representative ladles of the city a
each > est booth with enough member
to permit their changing oil and resting
BD that the1 duty would not prov
bnrdeut-omo would bo an important ticl
ditiou to the rest bower plan of the com
uiltteo. The Intlks would bo there t
look after the comforts of the city'
guests , afford them welcome , nubwe
questions and otherwise toke an iute'rcs
in the comfort and pleasure of th
women and children who will bo in
Norfolk from n distance , v The commit
tee will undoubtedly'net on the sngges
tiou , as they have on nil good plans tha
have been suggested. t
MOINibAY MENTION. '
Mrs. Bipen of Stanton was a city
Mr. and Mrs. Hough of Picrco were
Sunday visitors in Norfolk.
New pc aches aud apricots , the first o
the season , are on the local market.
E H Lnikarfc was down from Buttle
Creek to visit his parents over Sunday
H L. McOormiok has returned from
Niobrara where he has completed a job
George Wantlin , formerly an employe
of THE NKWS , came up from Omaha
Mibs Lillian Luikart went to Wayne
this morning to attend the summer
school at the Wnyno normal.
Mss ; Josephine Butterfield returnet
Saturday from Dana hall , Wollesly
Mass. , to spend her summer vacation.
Misses Daisy and Julia Martin of
Atchison , Kan. , ore guests at the home
of their sister , Mrs. Frank Davenpcrt.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Beerkel have taken
rooms with Mrs. A. D. Cole at the corm -
m r of Tenth street and Norfolk avenne
Rev. H. H. Millard , wife and
daughter , are expected here this even
ing for a vibit at the home of L. M.
Misses Katie and Josie Zeches of St
Charles , Minn , arrived Saturday even
ing on a visit to their aunt , Mrs. E. J
H. A. Drebert and family and Miss
Florence EB tab rook returned Saturday
from n two-weeks' visit nt Ohndron
Mrs. Wm. Blatt went to Omaha FrU
day and submitted to an operation in St
Joseph's hospital , from which she is re
ported to be recovering.
Dr. P. D. McCornack , who is to be
married here Wednesday , Miss Jessie
Bridge being the bride , arrived Satur
day over the Union Pacific from Spo
kane , Washington.
E. 0. Cole of Cody , who attended the
republican state convention at Lincoln
and has since been in Omaha , arrived
last night and paid his mother , Mrs. A
D. Cole , a surprise visit.
Saturday was the birthday of Mrs.
Tohu Koenipstein and the event wa
iiappily celebrated with a family party
at her home at the corner of Koeuig-
stein avenue and Eighth meet.
A boy living on the Ed Morton place
fell from the windmill tower this morn
ing , suffering a broken arm and leg and
several fractured ribs as a result of his
fall. Drs Salter were tummoned to at
tend his injuries.
J. J. McCarthy , candidate for con
gress from the Third district on the re-
mblican ticket , has appointed F. D.
? ales of Ponca as chairman of the con
gressional central committee and * Jack
loenigstein of this city as secretary.
Elders R O. Self aud Levi Garnet ,
representing the "Reorganized Church
of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints"
have located their "gospel tabernacle"
on South Third street , where they in
vite the people to hear Bible topics dis
cussed from a Bible standpoint. These
people are separate and distinct from
he "Utah Mormons" aud ore as much
Dpposed to polygamy and other false
JoctrincB of the Utah church as any
people can be. Meetings each evening
nt 8 "o'clock.
Four chicks saved pays for enough
Jee'e Lice Killer to last a whole season.
Sold by all druggists.
A Good Thing.
German Syrup is the special perscrip-
ion of Dr. A. BoEchee , a celebrated
3erman physician , and is acknowledged
o be one ot the most fortunate discov-
> ries in medicine. It quickly cures
jongbs , colds and all lung troubles of
he severest nature , removing as it does ,
he cause of the affection and leaving
he parts in a strong and healthy con-
lit ion. It is not an experimental med-
cine , but has stood the test of years ,
riving satisfaction in every case , which
ts rapidly increasing sale every season
confirms. Two million bottles sold
innnally. Boschee'a German Syrup
tvas introduced in the United States in
8G8 , and is now sold in every town and
rillnge in the civilized world. Three
osos will relieve any oidiuary cough.
Price 75 cents. Get Green's special
ilmanao. Asa. K. Leonard.
Why take any Chances
, vith some new and untried medicine
or such serious troubles as diarrhoea ,
ramps , dysentery , when you ehould
enow that for over half a century pain-
dller has cured millions of cases ? Look
rat for imitations , there is only one
genuine , "Perry Davis' . "
The finest kind of light work to be
aad in the city at Nordwig'fl.
Ernrfit MtttclritmU of Stnnton i
visiting in Norfolk.
Mrs. Dan Murphy IB hero from Oinnhi
to visit Norfolk friends.
J , M , RobortR and R. Lucas ot Foste
wore city visitors yoatcrdny ,
Miss Mnttlo Davenport rctnrncd las
night from n visit to Madison.
Loyd Dennis and Will Denver o
Wnkeflold had business in Norfolk yesterday
torday , ,
Now hay of very good quality has bcei
on the market for EOIUO time nhd IB now
quite plentiful. f
John Weills left yesterday for Mocker
Col. , where ho goes to spend the summer
mor on n ranch.
Merl Wheeler's ball team defeated
Harold Morrison's nine yesterday , wit )
a score ot 10 to 18. *
Mrs. Dr. J. R. Haggard of Lincoln it
visiting with her son , 0. R.1 Haggard ,
local agent for the American Express
Dr. Frank Snlter was among the Mnd
ison county delegates who wont tc
Grand Island today to attend the fusion
Hon. W. M. Robertson went tc
Omaha this morning to meet hit
daughter , who will arrive from hoi
homo in Now York.
Misses Ethel Doughty and Evn Millf
will attend the wedding of their friend
Miss Carrie Hupp , vMilch takes place
at Winsido tomorrow.
Mrs. 0. L. Slecko , her son Eric , ant !
her daughter , Mrs. Ella Ware of Wls-
nor are visiting at the homo of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Schwartz of South Norfolk.
Dr. and Mrs. W. H. H. Hagey returned -
turned last night from a two moutliB'
trip west. They visited California ,
Oregon and Washington and returned
home by way of St. Paul , Minn.
Oakdalo Sentinel : J. C. Aid is mov
ing his family hero from Norfolk , and
will be conductor of the branch pas
senger , taking the place of J. K.Hutche-
son who will take the Norfolk and
Rosa , the little two-years-old daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. John Clark of
South Norfolk died Sunaay afternoon
and was buried yesterday afternoon ,
Rev. H. E. Ryder having charge of the
The executive committee and their
subordinates have the details leading up
to Norfolk's Fourth of July celebration
well in hand and are ready to promise
the most celebrated celebration ever
known in this section of the country.
Miss Lillie Collett of Valentine , who
has been the guest of Victoria Neihon
for the past week , departed Monday
morning for Fremont and Omaha. She
was accompanied as far as Stanton by
Miss Neihon , who will attend institute
at that place this week.
Miss Julia Martin will leave for her
liomo in Atchison , Kaneas , tomorrow ,
aud Master Fred Inglis will accompany
tier as far as Pawnee , where he will
spend the summer at the home of an
uncle. Miss Daisy Martin will continue
her visit in Norfolk for some time.
Mrs. McCornack of Traer , Iowa ,
mother of the bridegroom , Misses Jessie
and Mamo Towne of Omaha , Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Bridge , Misses Grace aud
Laura Bridge , of Fremont , arrived in
the city last evening , to attend the
McCornark-Bridge wedding tomorrow
The street commissioner has n force
) f men at work with scythes removing
he magnificent growth of weeds that
'ringed some of the side streets of the
: ity , and getting the thoroughfares in a
presentable shape for the Fourth of
The officers of Mosaic lodge 55 , A. F.
ind A. M. , are to be installed tonight ,
he installation to be public as for OB
he members' families are concerned.
\ . musical program has been prepared
ind addresses will be given by Rev. W.
r. Turner-and Rev. J. F. Pouoher.
The weather man has evidently be-
ome ashamed of himself for trying to
orce October temperature on the
ountry In the latter days of June and
las pulled out the worm air button
vith the result that crops are again
hooting upward with that whirring
onnd that distinguishes rapid motion.
Thejdoctors who attended the 13-year-
ild Kanzler boy who fell from a thirty-
oot windmill tower yesterday morning ,
ound him pretty badly mangled , and
10 may have a serious time recovering.
) no of his thigh bones was broken and
he flesh of the limb was badly crushed.
) ne wrist was dislocated and several of
he bones broken , and several of the
ad's ribs were broken.
The presiding elders of the North
Nebraska conference of the M. E.
hnrch will hold their annual meeting to
onfer with regard to the work of the
onferonco district at the home of Dr.
MI , Slsson , presiding elder of the
Norfolk district , tomorrow afternoon ,
"hose wlio are expected to attend are :
? ev. J. W. Jennings of the Omahn dla-
rict ; Rev. H. H. Millard of the Grand
aland district and Rev. Wm. Gorst of
ho Neligh district.
A message was received in Norfolk
his morning from Kansas City , Mo. ,
innonncing the fact that Mrs. E. K.
klcNalr had died In that city last night
it G :45. Mrs. MoNair'e maiden name
was CarrieOollntnor and n n girl nli
mndo Norfolk her homo. She was i
Muter of Mm , E H , Tracy and M H
Collator of this city. There IH talk o
having interment nt Sioux Cityin whlcl
ovout neither Mr. Collatnor nor MrH
Tracy will go to Kansas City ,
Mrs. Margaret Kelly , mother of MrH
J. 0. Morey of Plorco , died at the homi
of her daughter in that city last Sat
urday , and was buried yesterday nftcr
noon. The funeral \vnn hold from tin
M. E , church , the sorvlceH being by tin
pastor , Rev. J. G. Shtck. L. SuRsions o
this city had ohareo of the nrrnngt
niontB. Mrs. Kelley was 87 years o
ago and had lived with her daughtei
for many ycara , She wan well knowi
to n largo number of Norfolk people
having lived hero with her daughter foi
Julius Lehman kicked up n disturb
auco in Moollor's place last evening am
in the attempt to ivrrcHt him n show
cnso was broken and Policeman Kocl
had his hand badly cut on the glass
Ho was finally landed in jail , however
aud thin morning ho was before Police
Judge Hayes on the charge of boin
drunk , disorderly and dlHtnrbing the
peace. Ho wan willing to plead gniltj
to having been drunk , but did not thinli
ho had been disorderly or disturbed tin
pence. The city attorney appeared foi
the prosecution and counsel wan secured
for Lehman , after which a continuance
of ten days was taken.
William J. Kgau , n brakonmn on the
F. E. & M. V. , was ground to dentl :
under the car wheels nt Hooper Sunday ,
The tinin was No. U8 , in charge of Cou <
due tor Morrison. Egun waH found
missing t Nlckerson and Marshal
Crawford of Hooper found the mangled
remains on the track onst of the IIoopoi
dopot. It appears an though the dead
man foil from the car and was dragged
several hundred foot , as pieces of hie
body were found over that distance.
Ho was ! )0 ) years of ngo and loaves a
bride of a year living at Beaver Grous
ing. The remains were taken to Omaha
for interment by n brother of the de
A fine line of fiy nets and dusters at
Nordwig'e. Como and make a selection
while the stock IB complete.
Wanted Cattle to Pasture.
I will take 800 cattle for the season at
f2 for steers and $2.50 for cows 141C
wires of good land on the Verdigris
creek in western Knox county ; fenced
n two pastures , with good posts and
three wires ; running water ( Verdigrie
creek and two spring creeks ) , which
never fail ; plenty of timber for shade.
Salt furnished. Foreman on the ranch
will give attention to the cows. Will
receive cattle at Norfolk and deliver at
Norfolk after season closes.
A. J. DUIILANI ) .
Buy your harness of Paul Nordwig ,
who sells the cheapest and best. Duf-
'ey's old stand.
Every Healthy Boy
ikes to get himself into places of
langor. Hence bruises , strains and
Bprnms. Mother scolds and brings out
the bottle of Perry Davis' Painkiller
and rubs it on the injured spots with an
energy and frequency dop'eudiug on the
seriousness of the case. There is
lathing like Painkiller to take out the
soreness. There is but one painkiller ,
Perry Davis' . Price 2fie. and 50o.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Brome Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it
ails to cure. E. W. Grove's ' re
s on each box. 25c.
Gardner & Seller deal in improved
ind unimproved lands. Ranches an
town property for sale in Pierce , Cedar ,
nox , Wayne and Holt counties , also
andfl and ranches in North and South
Summer Sessions Educational Insti
Fo be held at Chicago , 111. , and St. Louis ,
In June the Union Pacific will make
be low rate of one fare plus $2.00 for
bo round trip to either point.
Tickets on sale June 1C , 17,21 , and 22.
Final return limit September 15.
Full information cheerfully furnished
n application to
J. B. ELSEKFER ,
Nordwig would Hkfl to sell yon a fine
raecy harness at it reasonable price.
Electric Lighted Trains.
The Union Pac.fic was the first to
Dtrodnce dining cars , vestlbnled can ,
team heat , piutsch light , buffet smok-
ng and library cars , tourist cars , on
rane-contlneutal trains west of the
It again leads by introducing on
lectrio lighted train throughout , "The
Dverland Limited , " with compartment
bservntiou cars , having electrio lamps ,
lectric fans , electrio cnrltng iron heat-
rs , telephone service , eto. ; dining room
, vith electrio candelabra , bath rooms ,
arber shops , circulating libraries , eto.
The cars comprising this train conati-
nte the highest and best dovelopement
f car construction and of comfortable
ind luxurious travel.
This train reaches Salt Lake City 12
lonrs'and San Francisco 10 hours ahead
f all competitors.
Full information cheerfully furnished
n application to J , B. ELSEFTBR ,
WEDNESDAY WRINKLES ,
S T. Hindi of I'lerco wnH n city vlnl
WilllN MoHrldn of MadUnVIIH it
town yi'Morday nff-rnoon.
0. L. Hyde ImR rontqd thd
property on North Twelfth Htroot.
Mrs. 0. J , JohiiRon in upending tin
week with frhmdH In Sioux City.
Hurt Mnpen ] clrovo to 1'lorco county
thin morning to Inspect his real cHtnte.
Ex-CoiutnlBalonor J. J. llughen mid
family of BattloOrutk arc city vlHltorn
MlsB Edith Pnrkof lmn boon elected
to n position In the primary department
of the Kenrnoy Rchoolfl.
Mr . H. B. Storm canio op fiom
Omahn Innt evening to attend the
McConmck-Brldg * wedding.
W. L. Kurn wont to Battle Creek thin
morning to tnko a portion iw foromnn
on the new Cnth'ollo church building.
Hov. S. F. SliarplesH preached the
memorial Hormon for the Modern Woodmen -
mon of America nt Gcilnmbus last Sun
A. J. Dnrlnnd , wife nnd , lnuo drove
to Knox county this morning to limpoct
his liuulB. They expect to bo nwny *
about n week.
MTH. Wm. Gorocko of Stnnton wan In
the city yoHteiduy to nttond the Stltt-
Mount pnrty. She WUH the guoHt of
Mrs. Dr. Bear.
The family of .1. 0. Aid will not remove -
move to Onkdnlo until September , the
fltntomontof the Onkdnlo pnper to Unit
The LndlcH society of the First Con
gregational church will hold itH lunt
meeting for the summer in the church
pnrlorB tomorrow afternoon nt 2 stlO.
Miss Hlldroth Slfisou nnd her brother
Wnrronreturned lout evening from Del-
nwnro , Ohio , wl-ero they hnvo been nt-
tending the Ohio Wesloynn unlverHlty.
The advertising cnr of Gentry Bros. '
BhowH , which nro to nppoar In Norfolk
on July 8 , IB in the city todny , diflponB-
ng highly colored posters illustrating
the coming event.
Fred OoBterllng , who haH boon serv
ing with the American army in the
I'hilippines , has returned to "tho states. "
He IB at present in Minnesota , but IB ex-
pecto'l to return to hiB homo in Norfolk
in n day or two.
City Clerk McFarlaud returned tlito
morning from Lynch , whore ho hud
been a week to visit hiB father , who was
recently stricken with paralysis. Ho
loft his father somewhat bettor than ho
liad been , but Htlll very feeblo.
The city water being furnifihed many
parts of town these days has n decidedly
rusty nppearnnco nnd gives one the
feeling that he has n dark brown tas'o
in his month. Evidently the water
mniiiH ucod wanning.
The Columbus high school orchestra
gave an entertainment at Madison last
night and several young folkb from
Norfolk drove down to attend , not ar
riving homo until f > o'clock this morn-
ng , on account of the Btorm.
Mrs. E. O. Mount and Mrs. J O
jtitt entertained n largo company of
adies at the homo of the latter ypH-
tcrday afternoon. Tables wore spread
u n tout on the lawn nnd at ( > o'clock
ho guests were seated nnd served with
n dninty two-course supper.
After considerable preliminary skir
mishing , continuing about three IIOUIB ,
a sharp thunder storm struck thin
ectioa at 12 o'clock last night. About
" 0-100 of an inch of water fell , enough
o keep it before the people that Ne
braska is not drouth stricken this year.
There was a small wreck on the Elk-
lorn extension between Niobrara and
Verdigre yesterday morning at 7 o'clock.
The accident took place at a point three
miles south of the new terminus of the
oad. Three stock cars were completely
wrecked. Some unknown culprit hod
aid tie plates on the rails , which , caused
he ditching of the can. No one won
Wausn will meet Norfolk in two
; ames of ball on the local diamond
? hnnday and Friday of this week ,
"he visitors have been playing good
> al ) this season and it is expected that
ho locals will put up a better game
ban usual. Johnson , the expected
hird-baceman , arrived lost night nnd
will strengthen that field for the game ,
o that an interesting contest may re-
A phenomenal game of boll took
ilnce in Chicago Sunday when the
'itteburg and Chicago National league
teams fought for 19 innings before a
esult was reached. It was n pitchers'
battle. Pittsbnrg got its only scores ,
ne in the second and one in the third ,
while Chicago got one in the first , tied
'ittsbnrg in the ninth and got another
n the 19th. A crowd of 10,000 people
witnessed the fun.
Word was received from Kansas City
yesterday afternoon that it was the
ntention of the family that the funeral
f Mn. E. K. McNalr should bo held in
Sioux City , and that interment should
> o there , that having been the family
lome and the burial place of members
f the family and relatives. Mr. and
Irn.JM. H. Collauier and Mr. and Mrs.
B. H. Tracy left for Sioux City on the
arly train this morning to be present
at the funeral.
Elkhorn officials have announced
Hint their regular train wrvlcewlll bo
oxtundcd to Nlobrnrn on July 1. The
work of laying rnlln from Vcrdlgro to
Nlobrnrn , n illftttiiico of 11 inlluH , wan
completed Innt Snturduy and thn people
of Nlobrnrn turned out nndgnvo / the
truck Inylng gnng n rouMng welcome ,
itH entlniHluMii having bron generated
through n wait of thirty long yonrs for
the desired rnllrond. It will take ROV-
ornl dnyn for the contractors to put the
trnok in suitable shape to bo turned
over to the rnllrond company nnd moan.
While the construction company IB fur *
ninhlug transportation In n limited way.
It IH expected that Norfolk's new pont-
mnHturTohn R. Hnyn , will lumnmo the
dntloH of the position on the morning of
July 1 , next Tuesday. The plnn now IH
to hnvo tliifofllao checked up on Mon-
dny night nftor the hour for closing , nnd
tlint there will bo n now face behind the
window bright nnd early the next morn-
Ing. No announcement lias boon mndo
that the price of stamps will bn reduced
for 10 days to oloso out old Block , but if
Mr. Hays wnnlH to make himself popu
lar itH n dealer ho will hlo himself to the
newspaper ofllco nud invest n few dol-
ars in an advertisement of thin ohar-
Vimllgro IH the Boat of n oloctrlo
lighting plant that in developing into
inlto.tan oxtoiiBlvo pyHtom. The dnm
for the Verdlgro mill furnlHliOH the
power , the mill using It during the day
1 1 unhand the ekctrlo plant at night.
Not only is Vurdlgio fuinlshed with
llghtH , but the system 1ms been extended
HO that Winnutoon [ and Crclghton nro
lighted with electricity , nnd the pyHtoin
is handy to the Humors nlong the route
BO that they can light with electricity
if they desire. The IncroiiHlng donmndH
for the ( .lights hits taxrd the present
power to the limit and the owner of the
HyBtom proposes to bulld the dam hlghor
itjlils own expense nnd'givo MB pntronw
the best service
Pursuant to nn nnoient custom among
MIIBOHB on St. John's day , Juno 21 , Mo-
Biiio ledge , No. fifi , A. F. nnd A. M. ,
niblioly Installed its odlcors last ovou-
ng , there being n good attendance of
Miifloim and their lamllies , notwith
standing tho.throatoning weather. The
'olio wing named officers word Installed :
Burt MnpoR , W. M. ; E. J. Rlx , S. W. ;
D. C. O'Connor , J. W. ; D. ReoB , S. D. ;
W. R. Hoffman , J. D.j D. J. Kooi > ig-
stein , Hicrotnry ; W. H. Bucholz , treaH.
nror ; J. 8. Morrow , S. S. ; Herman
Gencke , J. S. ; J. S. McOlnry , tylor.
At the close of the installation cere
monies , njinuslcal nnd literary program
wnH given , n follows : Instrumental ,
mnsic , Mrs. Kotnigstoin ; Duet , Mian
Wnldron and Mr. Muylard ; reading ,
Mr. Hoffman ; instrumental , Mrs.
Smith ; duet , Mies Wnldrou nnd Mr.
Mnylnrd. Then the refreshment com
mittee took charge of the people as
sembled nud served them roynlly. ' All
\N ho were prefront enjoyed the evening.
Knfn ami sweat
have no i ( Tret n
with CurcUa ilur-
nest ( Jil It ic-
> ! > ! > llic damp ,
cr toft and pli
No rough i ur
face to chafe
nil cut , 'Ihc
new , but
wear * twice
a * loncliy the
uie of Eureka
* NEW FAST TRAIN
Between Bt. Louis and Kanaoa City and.
OKLAHOMA ITY ,
WICHITA , ;
DENISON , :
Mid principal points In Texas and the South-
This train la new throughout and la
made up of the finest oqulnmoat , provided )
with eloctrlo lights and all other modern
traveling conveniences. It runs via oar no *
Red River Division.
Cafe Observation Cars ,
indor the management of Fred. Harvey.
Full Information as to rates and all details ol
t trip via this now route will bo cheerfully
'arnfohod , upon application , by any repw
tentative of the
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