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THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , AIMUL 21. 1H03 ,
Mo Age is Free
From Eye Troubles.
If yon deslro to prevent ,
avoid tronblo nnd expense , you should
have your oyoH examined , learn tholr
condition nud follow ndvico. I uui nt
your Borvico. Consultation freo.
DR , MARQUARDT ,
AFTER A HOUSE !
The Elkhorn B. & S. nssocia'ion ' will
make you a loan to build or buy on fa
T. E. ODIORNE , Secretary.
SPRING SHOES FOR
MEN AND BOYS
occupied our thoughts mouths ago. Our
Windows and shelves show the results
of our thinking , nud appeal to thinking
men. Not to take up too much of your
time we will consider it a favor if yon
will let us know that yon cannot find in
this store a shoe to suit you as to style ,
leather , make , fit , finish and price.
We Keep Open Evenings until
' 9:00 : o'clock
The Palace Shoe Store.
Conditions of the weather as recorded
for the 21 hours ending at 8 a. m. to
Maximum temperature 80
Minimum temperature 40
Total precipitation for month 1,00
Forecast for Nebraska : Fair to
night and Saturday , except threatening
in south portion. Ooldor tonight , and
southeast portion Saturday.
Mlllord Green is suffering the incon
venience of a crushed finger.
T. W. Duncan , of the San Francisco
Examiner , who came to Norfolk some
days ago , is very 'sick at the boarding
house of Mrs. H. E. Austin on South
Qalnoy Leo Morrow , who has been
announced to npuak in the Muthoillst
church Sunday evening , will occupy
the pulpit in the l 'intt GoiiKregatiounl
church at the morning service.
The birthday of William King was
celebrated lust night at his homo in
Edgowater , by n largo number of
friends. The members of two choirs
wore present and enlivened the occasion
Those who have tried It report that
fishing in the small lubes surrounding
the city is very poor this year. The high
water that should have stocked them
with fish ordinarily , appears to have re
moved more than it brought In.
The rush of travelers Into Norfolk is
becoming something of u proposition.
Hardly n night goes by that the hotels
are not forced to turn away people lookIng -
Ing for lodging. Any number have ap
plied at various hotels and foand every
room taken. It is for this reason that
additions are contemplated.
Mr. Herman Workmelster tuid Miss
Annie Bergman wore united In marriage
this morning at 11 o'clock at the homo
of Ilov. Wiu. Hoolzol north of the city ,
in the presence of a few relatives nnd
friends. Mr. Workmoistor owns a farm
about eight miles out of Madison nud
there the newly married couple will
make their homo.
In a letter from A. B. Boail of Sioux
Oity , he emphasizes the statement that
the Si Pluukard show tonight is to bo
positively the last ono of the season.
The company arrived in the city this
noun and gave ono of their character
istic street parades wnioh attracted the
usual attention , with promise that the
Auditorium will bo well filled this even
Norfolk friends have received Invita
tions to the marriage of Ohorloy Sohnlz
and Mies Emma D. Bauer which Is to
take place In the German Lutheran
church at Woyanwega , Wis. , next Wed
nesday afternoon. They will make
their homo in this city , the groom being
in charge of the branch harness shop of
Winter & Schulz in the Ahlmanu
building. Miss Bauer has clerked in
the store of Johnson Dry Goods com
pany for some time past.
Spring lamb at the Palace moat mar
A nice house for rent on corner Eighth
and Park avenue.
L. O. MlTTELSTADT.
NO CONSTRUCTION COMPANY ,
Not Yet in Sight and They Will Have
The Congress Construction company ,
with their materials for putting up
Norfolk's new building , have not yet
arrived but are expected to be on the
ground early next week. Meanwhile
W. A. King , excavator , is busy having
the digging done and the gravel and
sand hauled in ready for the builders.
The Baptist church , which was
moved from the site , is now down
Fifth street in its new home at the
corner of Philip avenue.
FOUND Half faro ticket issued by the
B. & M. in favor of John Scott. Mr.
Scott will please call or send written
order for the ticket to THE NEWS office.
Choice veal at the Palace meat mar
Dressed chickens. Kuro.
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES.
Dr. F. M. Sisson has been selected by
the senior class to deliver the annual
sermon on Sunday , May 24.
The county eighth grade examina
tions are announced to take place next
Wednesday , April 29.
Commencement exercises will be held
at the opera house Saturday evening ,
May 80. An unusually interesting pro
gram is being prepared.
The state oratorical contest will beheld
held at South Omaha Friday evening ,
May 1. Miss Nellie Handley of the
senior class will represent Norfolk. The
first prize is already her'e.
Cyrus Brownlee Newton , the famous
humorous entertainer , will address a
very large and appreciative audience nt
the M. E. church next Tuesday evening.
Be sure that you will be ono of the num
The national educational association
will be held at Boston July 0 to 10. The
railroads offer round trip rates at one
fare , plus $2. Tickets will bo sold July
1 , good returning to September 1. This
will afford a splendid opportunity for
everyone desiring to visit in the east
this summer to do so.
The county eighth grade examina
tions , coming as they do , h month be
fore the close of school , makes the
year's work consist of eight months in
stead of nine , but the advantages far
outweigh this difference. Besides the
month following the examination af
fords excellent opportunity for review.
Choice mutton at the Palace meat
FOR SALE. Six-room house nt 001
South Fifth street. Call next door.
H. W. STEFFEN.
Choice mutton at the Palace meat
Dr. F. G. Walters succeeds to the
practice of Dr. Kiesau. 'Phone , office
and residence 18.
Laces and Dress Trimmings.
We are showing a large and hand
some line of the now styles in laces and
Antiques , Torchons nnd other now
styles in different widths very popular
this spring for dross trimmings. Ap
pliques , braids , pendants and a great
variety of now things in dress trim
Colored velvet ribbons will bo used a
great deal widths No. 1 to 10 ,
Mns. J. BENSON ,
South Sixteenth street ,
Omaha , Neb.
Choicest spring mutton. Kara.
Are Meeting With Encourage
PROSPECTS NEVER BETTER.
Better Piny Than Not Preparations
For Good Tennis This Season.
Best Court Ever Heights Nlny
Not Piny For Fonr.
"Yes , there will bo bane ball without
a doubt , " said W. W. Roberta , nn old
time enthusiast in the game , this morn
ing. "Prospects for n good club nro
getting moro favorable every minute
nnd yon may rest assured that there
will bo something doing. "
This , together with the hearty en
couragement the base ball people are
mooting on all sides , makes it HOOIU
moro than likely that there will bo some
thing of the sport in Norfolk this Hum-
mor. Another enthusiastic fan is 1C ,
B. Knuffmnnn , who was enough in
terested last season to stake a large
amount just in order to maintain the
grand stand at the park.
The suits are on hand now and the
grounds are in shape to start with , BO
that base bnllHOomn pretty well assured.
Some of the last year's players are
hero how nnd others have been written. '
The Tennis Situation.
The tennis court at the corner of Nor
folk avenue nud Tenth street Is now in
the finest shnpo that hns over been
known in n Norfolk court. A thick
layer of clay has boon added to that of
last year and rolled until it is perfectly
smooth. With a good rain nud a hot
day following to bake It , the court will
bo in magnificent form for playing.
Around the sides of the oblong hah
boon placed n fence of wire netting five
foot high , so that the ground is now
It is expected that tennis this year
in Norfolk will start within n very few
days and roach n limit never before nt
turned. A number of former enthusiasts
are getting ready to use their racquets
and there lias boon some thought of a
tournament. People on the Heights
have said something about the game
but it would take n great deal of cour
age for them to try against players in
the West side.
Choice veal at the Palace meat mar
For fruit and ornamental trees nud
strawberry plants , 'phone Alfred
Jerry Warner went to Omaha Mon
A. M. Lovelace went west"on 'a busi
ness trip Sunday.
Frank Huddle shipped three carloads
of cattle and ono of hogs Monday.
Mi. and Mrs. John Ambroof Madi
son wore visiting friends hero Saturday.
Philip Bock arrived from Norfolk
Monday , for an extended visit with
Oriu Williams nnd Wm. Nedrobt of
Meadow Grove were hero on business
S. R. Gnrdols is laying n brick walk
in front of the feed store uud barber
shop this week.
John Praounor shipped n carload of
cattle Monday and John Zohuer a car
Messrs. Funk , Lauver and O. Cun
ningham of Maple Giovo , were here on
George Richardson of Madison visited
relatives hero the first of | ho week and
enjoyed some fishing.
A new brick walk was laid in front of
the residence of Mrs. Lizzio Oarrabino
on Depot street this week.
Wm. Stafford , clerk in the Battle
Valley bank , has added his name to the
big NORFOLK NEWS family.
Mrs. Sam Schneider is visiting with
her aged father , Mr. Kaufman at
Laurel , who is very sick at the present
H. Barnes , cashier of the Citizens
State bank , and F. E. Martin of the
Enterprise , were in Norfolk Monday on
Mr. and Mrs. August Eaoher of
Lindsay were visiting here the first of
the week nt the home of their son ,
Emil Metz , the new miller in the Bat
tle Creek roller mills , is building n new
residence , 24x28 , in Highland park ,
north of W. F. Reavis' property.
0. A. Hodman is building a brick
walk from the street to his dwelling and
all around it , which adds considerably
to the appearance of the property.
August Stoffon and little son , Simon ,
went to Sioux City Friday , where Mrs.
Stoffon has been taking treatment in
the Lutheran hospital for about six
weeks. She returned with them Tues
The Young Ladies Good Time club
gave a social dance at the opera house
Friday. The Italian orchestra of
Omaha furnished the inusio , and all at
tending report a good time , but the at
tendance was not large.
Little Charlie Zimmerman , who has
twice been operated upon fornu abscess
in the head in an Omaha hospital , is
reported to bo getting along nicely nud
will soon return with his parents , Mr.
and Mrs. P. F. Zimmerman.
Wm. Ludwig whoso home is on the
Pacific coast , has sold through the
ngonoy of Maos & Brochler 320 acrea
four miles west of town to Herman
Rodekohrof Coucordia , Mo. , for $13,000.
Mr. Rodekohr is a brother-in-law of
The German '
Lutheran ministers' conference -
ferenco of north *
Nebraska was in see-
sion hero the fore part of the week and
closed Wednesday afternoon with a
Bormon and holy communion , Ilov. Mr.
llolfilcln of MnrtliiHhurg , nnd Hov , Mr.
Giuiuolit of Wakflk'ld were the utllulnt.
At tholr mm ting Sunday afternoon
the German Lutherans admitted to mom *
rnhlp Fred Klelderer and Prank
'IVguler. After thn reports of the com *
mlttooH on finance a committee wax ap
pointed to confer with the officers of the
village regarding a Htruet to be laid out
on the south Bide of the church prop
erty. Thin oommltto IH couponed of
Otto II. Mans , Herman Clnus and Chad.
New barrel Dill piolilefl. Kara.
LOUT , A Binall nlMgator grlp.bntwoon
Junction nnd Tenth nnd Park. Finder
telephone 210 or HOC W. II. Clark.
M'KINLEY ' SOUVENIRS HERE ,
Received Yesterday by Postmaster
John R. Hays.
Postmaster Hays hns rooloved from
the McKlnloy National Memorial IIHHO-
elation u limited mtpply of the certifi
cates which have boon prepared for dis
tribution to contributors to the 11101111-
mont fund as souvenirs of their appre
ciation in that great enterprise. The
certificate Is n beautiful work of art on
which is given nn excellent reproduc
tion of Mrs. McKinloy'H favorite likeness -
ness of her husband , together with n
picture of the McKlnloy homo in Canton
and of the White house. The wording
below the ilhiHtrntloiiH in an follows :
"This certifies that has contributed -
tributed to the fund for the erection of
the national memorial at Canton , Ohio ,
in honor of William MoKinley. " The
woikmniiHhip and artistic t ffucts nro of
the very highest order , the great IIOUHO
of Tiffany & Co. , Now York , being the
designers nnd iimnufnoturorH. The sup
ply in the hands of Postmaster Hays in
a portion of the first edition of the cer
tificates nnd is sent hero to enable those
who have not as yet contributed to do
so. Parties who have already identi
fied theniHelvcH with the movement will
receive souvenirs dirnot from the office
of the Association or through local com
By purchasing our three
dollar Hat you are two
dollars in packet.
That is bnsiuoss.
THINK SO ?
Full Line of CAPS , too ,
f J. W. HUMPHREY ,
Tailor and Furnisher.
The Very Prettiest
4 4 Fashionable
< 4 Hats
! For this
< Season. . .
< Miss E. J.
A FLOWERY TALE ABOUT FLOUR.
wouldn't bo half as convincing as a
practical teat "tho proof of the pudding -
ding , etc. " sort. Bon Ton flonr will
surely Htand the eating test any roa >
Bonnule test nud conio out victorious
every time. Wo are interested to have
yon fairly try it nnd you will bo inter
ested in keeping a good supply on hand
Sugar City Cereal Iffills.
may be leased by private parties at any
time for reasonable prices. Ladies wel
come at any time.
N. E. WILKINSON & SON.
SESSIONS & BELL ,
Undertakers and Embalmers ,
& * toni Illk. , Norfolk Avenue ,
NORFOLK. . . . NEHIUSKA.
E. D. WILDS ,
PRACTICAL VETERINARY SURGEON
Doutal Work a Specialty.
25 Year * ' Experience.
c M Dmllejr'i B rn , NOBFOLK , NEB.
Arc Like Eggs !
Homo like thorn hivrd , othorn
nitiHt liavo thorn Holt , Wo
hnvo ( ivory popular Htylc , ox-
tru loiiKi oxiriv Htout ; r nn-
litrn ; long uml short IKIHOIIIH ;
open front , npntt Itiuikfi. Hut
the onus wo want to CHiicolivl-
ly uall your attention to are
the OllL'HVU Hll ) lit
They are made of the li ) > Ht
PuronloH and Madras clotliH
mid nro of the newest put-
toniH mid oolurfl , every ono
perfectly iniulo , full nlzoH , uui
right , lluvu ono.
HOFFMAN & VIELE ,
Two Carloads of
From Eastern MnrketH. InnludoH
all thi ) latest doHlgiiH in DinliiK
Tables , Dining ( JliairH , Fancy
Rockers. A largo line of Iron
BwlH in nil oolorH , Hi/.uw and prices.
i HOFFMAN & VIELE ,
HAnd tho. . . .
D Waxed eloquent and said : ' ,
W "Plant a tree.
Do it with me. "
MILLARD GREEN ,
DRAY AND TRANSFER LINE
PIANO MOVING A SPEOIATY.
Phone 58 , Calls Promptly Answered.
That'H the H'ory ' In a initHlioll. You go
it in u pair of properly llttod glasses ,
12 Bishop Block.
Pny for wind , yon
Clot wind yeti pity for.
Open nielli and ( hiy.
llogular JJfio Menl , 1 moat ordnr , Hervod
from (1:00 ( : to 0:00 : a. m. , 11 : ! ) ( ) to
! i:00p. : m.r > : ! 10to :00p. : m.
E. P. HUHpb , Proppietop.
L. L. REMBE ,
First Door South News Office.
WILL IIUILD YOU A
ON EASY PAYMENTS. COME AND
LC. B. DURLAND. Secretary.
CLE/W / BARNHILL ,
PAINTER AND DECORATOR.
Firsl'Class Work at Reasonable Prices.
Shop first iloor West of SciiorogRo'a Bakery.
DR. N. J. HOAGLAND
n both ncuto nnd chronic
treated without ueo of drugs or kuifo.
Ofllco nt residence , 100 North 10th Street.
'Phrtno No. F54. NORFOLK.
Phone 107. for Ladies and Children.
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