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THE NORFOLK NEWS : 1'HIDAY , JULY 17. 1MB. 11
. When your tenth decay you
lose uo tiuio in going to n
ropntablo dontist. Why tin-
gleet your eyes ? Yououn got
falsa teeth if yon loose your
own. Eyes art ) different. If
yon lese thorn n pair of gloss
eyes won't help you. Lot uio
tnnke yonr eyes good , Some
people will say : "My eyes
are good , I cim see perfectly , "
at the same time they have all
sorts of ailments and uro
nsiug all kinds of medicines
without good results.
Everybody should have
their eyes examined by a com
DR. MARQVARDT ,
Norfolk , Nebraska.
As Good as Gold !
The Elkhorn B. & S. Association
will make yon a loan to build or
buy , on favorable terms.
T. E. ODIORNE , Secretary.
pf > NT FOR6ET THE
8 We Keep OpenJEvenings'until
9:00 : o'clock.
PALACE SHOE STORE
STAPENHOHST. & CO. , Proprietors.
We give tickets on Ohickering Piano.
\ Conditions of the weather as recorded
for the 24 hours ending at 8 a. m. today -
Maximum temperature . 83
Minim tyn temperature . 05
Average . TO
Precipitation. . . . : . 121
Total precipitation for month . 4 01
Barometer . 20.80
Forecast for Nebraska : Showers to-
fi , with cooler east portion. Satur-
ly cloudy , with probably show
ers in east portion.
While cutting wheat at his farm last
week , John Bock lost a valuable horse
from the heat.
One Norfolk farmer reports that his
winter wheat will go ten bushels to the
acre , where it stood thirty-five last year.
Corn will be , over the country , nn ,
Average yield. In some places it nov
elands above a mun'tt head.
Two men from the Ihittorflold ratio ]
near Oamoud drove to Norfolk yontcr
day to secure binding twine , Crops li
that section are reported to bo the lines
possible under any conditions.
The firemen's suits , with the brlgh
buttons , and the natty caps , are on ex
hibition in the display window of Banti
Broil.1 and will bo worn for the llrfit
time during the tournament.
Another rain that threatened mnol
water started falling at 0 this morning
and continued for three quarters of nil
hour. A stiff breeze has blown away
the clonds and the streets are now get
ting dry for the flromon next week.
A number of Indians were in Norfolk
this morning onroute from the Santee
reservation , where they have boon vis
iting , to their homo in Oklahoma. They
live on the Canadian river , in woodei
laud. They tried togof'whisk , whisk , '
Word from Boise gives information
that the remains of Kathrine and
Weills Donel , grandchildren of Rev. J.
0 S. Weills of this city were started for
Chicago this morning , by way of Kan
sas City , because the laws of Iowa pro
hibit shipment of persons who have
died f.oai diphtheria , through the state.
L. J. Speck , the newly appointed
custodian of the state property ot the
insane hospital grounds , will assume
the duties of his olllce one week from
today. His term really begins August
1 but Mr. Thomas , who leaves , is duo in
California on the first and the change is
made by mutual agreement. Mr. Thom
as will go to the coast where ho has
Hoveral heavy investments in hand.
L. T. Porter , an Omaha newspaper
man , passed through the city last night
onroute to the Pine Kidgo agency. Mr.
Porter will drive twenty-five miles to
day , making a round trip of nearly f > 00
miles , and all to get two stories. Chief
Red Cloud , the famous Indian who has
been known the country over for years , is
dying and Mr. Porter goes to got stories
f romhim The work is done for eastern
The lecture-recital at the First Con
gregational church this evening by
Ohas. E Watt of 110 Chicago Piano
college will be a rare entertainment for
the trilling admission fea of 16 cents.
A large variety of summer trouserings
which will be sold at reduced prices.
Come in at once. P. .r. FUESLEK.
Scranton hard coal all sizes.
EDWARCS & BRADFORD LUMBER Co
Remember the Dan Westcott Novelty
Entertainment company will bo at the
M. E. church in Norfolk , Monday ,
The Dale Theatre company who are
holding throe night's engagement at the
opera house this week , are a strong
company and about the best that has
visited this city for some time. The
play last evening entitled "Under the
Harbor Lights" was flue , every charac
ter being presented in a commendable
manner. The specialties introduced be
tween acts were first class especially the
dancing by Francis McCarthy , that
alone was worth the price of admission.
If the people of Creightou want to see
something good they should turn out
tonight and witness the Diamond Neck
lace Robbery. Creighton Courier.
CHAMPIONSHIP BELT ARRIVES ,
Fremont's Prize is Here for the State
The championship bolt for the state
firemen's hose race was received from
Fremont this morning by President
Hartford. Ik is a handsome pri/.e ,
worth several hundred dollars. Fre
mont hjs won it twice and if the team
is successful again the belt remains per
Round-Trip Rates Via Union Pacific
to many points in the states of Cali
fornia , Colorado , Oregon , Washington ,
Utah , and Montana.
Denver , Colorado Springs and Pueblo
and return , June 1 to September 30 , in
clusive , § 17.50.
( Glenwood Springs , $29 50. )
Ogdou and Salt Lake City and retarn ,
June 1 to September 80 , inclusive ,
Bntte and Helena and return , July 7
and 21 , Aug. 4 and 18 , September 1 and
15 , § 84 50.
San Francisco and Los Angeles and
return , August 1 to 14 , inclusive , $45.
San Francisco , Los Angeles and San
Diego and return , July 1 to 10 , inclu
sive. J. B. ELSEFFER , Agent.
Norfolk merchants are requested to
decorate their business houses for the
tournament , and residents of the city
are hereby asked to see to it that the
residence portion of the city is decorated
in honor of the occasion. The national
colors , or the colors of the Royal Tiger
club brown and yellow may bo used ,
or a combination of both.
O. E. HARTFORD ,
President State Volunteer Firemen's
An elegant line of canvas and pique
tints nt Miss Bonder's.
Rook salt in any quantity.
EDWAIIDS & BRADFORD LUMBER Co.
Special Values io White Skirts.
Lace trimmed white skirts , deep
flounce with S tucks , wide insertion
edge , 8 inches wide price $1.15.
At $3.25$5.87 , $ il.25 , $3.75 , elaborately
; rimmed and extra wide skirts , with
Finer qualities from $5.00 up.
Extra values in night dresses at OSc.
Drawers , good material and well
made , 25o up.
Children's plain tucked drawers ,
> rico , lOc up.
MRS. J. BENbOX ,
South Sixteenth street ,
Omaha , Neb
Interested Parties Will Meet
DELAYED BY PAVING QUESTION.
About a Dozen. Prominent Citizens
are Ready to Invest In the Now
Street Railway Will Ask Business
"Now that the paving proposition is
practically settled , the now electric
struct car line between Norfolk and
South Norfolk will begin to move , "
said one of the chief promoters of the
project , when asked in regard to it th'a
morning. "Within n very few days a
meeting of the parties interested in the
line will bo hold and doiluito stops taken
toward the start. "
There are nbout a dozen business men
iu Norfolk already interested in the
the venture. Among them are some of
the most prominent people in the city.
They fay that the line is a sure go and
that the business portion of the city
will bo connected with South Norfolk ,
whore live some of the best citizens of
the community and where are many of
the finest homes in Norfolk , within a
comparatively short time.
Because of the unsettled condition of
the paving proposition , which would
have nmtoriayy affected the car line ,
the project has been allowed to wait
during the past few weeks. There is
action promised now. Among the promoters
meters are attorneys , real estate men ,
railroad men and others of substantial
WASTED Waiters and cooks during
firemen's tournament. Call at Turf
Mrs. W. P. Rowlott wont to Surpiso
Saturday for n week's visit with rela
Mrs. Jane Davis of Bridgewater ,
Iowa , is the guest of her brother , Alex
Fred Terry and family drove to Til-
den Wednesday to visit Mr. Terry's
The Omaha Elevator company shipped
a carload of hogs to South Ornnhu
Mr. and Mrs R. Peterson welcomed
twiLS , a boy and a girl , to their homo
Dr. F. G. Walters succeeds to the
practice of Dr. Kiesan. 'Phono , ofllco
and residence 18.
WIND BLOWS GRAND STAND ,
Ten Sections of the Roof Were
Hurled Off This Morning.
In the wind this morning ten sections
of roof on the new grand stand nt the
flreiuen's racing park , were blown off.
They will be replaced by tomorrow
"Prepare to meet thy God , O Israel , "
was the text at the Gospel Tout , 215
North Ninth f.treot last night. There
must be a preparation. Wo are the ves
sels of mercy. Are wo letting God
prepare us or are we drifting along ?
"Fear God and give glory to Him , for
the hour of his judgment is come "
The hour of judgment is always a sol
emn scene. There arc two phases of
judgmsnt , investigation and execution.
We shall bo judged by the law. The
commandments are the law that w-3
must be judged by. Have you sent your
sins on beforehand ? Get ready , get
B. M. GAHTON.
It's awfully hot. The coolest , richest ,
best ice cream is to bo had at Kauff-
Th e Northwestern Line Summer
Excursion tickets will bo sold daily
from June 1 , until September SO , 1'JOSJ ,
to Hot Springs , S. D. ; Rapid City , S.
D. ; Deadwood and Lead , S. D. , and
Casper , Wyo ; also to Denver , Colorado
Springs , Pueblo , and Glenwood
Springs , Col. , and Salt Lake City and
Ogden , Utah , nt greatoly reduced rates
For the round trip , with final return
limit October 81 , 1003. For further
H. O. MATRAU ,
The youngest sou of John Diukel is
very sick with dropsy.
Mr. and Mrs. Koryta visited with
Norfolk friends Sunday.
Editor Frank Martin of the Enter
prise was in Norfolk Monday.
Mrs. A. M Lovelnoo has been very
sick this week with the mumps.
August Westphal of St. Bernard was
visiting with friends here Friday.
Rev. J. Hofmau went to Kansas
Tuesday and will return some time next
0. H. Maas and family returned Mon
day from a week's visit with relatives
Harry'Moore has arrived from Schuy-
or to assist Jonn Solmcher in his
Dr. I. K. Daniel left Monday for Des
Molnes , lown , where he has taken a
position in a medical institute.
The children of Mrs. M. Sohrelber ,
who is hero with them from Council
Bluffs , are down with the measles.
Fred Fuerst and Miss Clara Wendt
vore married Sunday r.ftoruoon nt tho' '
Lutheran church by Rev. J. Hofman.
The Meadow Grove boys beat the
Jattlo Crook boys in another game of
ball Sunday , but the locals have not bo-
Albert Hofman , a student at Ooncordia
college , Addlson , III , arrived WodiiOH
dny to spend hln summer vacation wit )
his parents , Rev , and Mm J , Hofnmn
Richard Taylor of South Dakota and
James- Taylor of MlsHonrl arrived here
Tuesday to bo nt the bedside of tholr
mother , Mrs. Robert Taylor , who is
very sick ,
A gnuio of base ball will bo played
Friday between the Uattlo Crook and
Oloarwntcr teams and in the ovonlng n
ball will bo given in the opnra IIOQHO
for the bonollt of the homo club.
Pap Rolglo , as ho is known nil over
the county , dlod Tuesday at Osmond ,
where l\o was visiting his daughter ,
Mrs. Davis , The remains voro taken
to the old plnco at Falrvlow Wednesday
and the funeral was hold ThurbcUy
BAD WASHOUT WEST.
Norfolk Brldgomcn Have Gone to
Help With the Repairing-
A waterspout near Hay Springs Inst
night washed out a long bridge on the
Northwestern and bridgouion from this
city were sent west parly this morning
to help in the repairing.
Ttvo Hiiunnt * Ver liny.
There is only ono place in the world
where the win nets twice dully , and
that IB nt Lcok , In Slitn'onlnhlru , Eng
land. The reason of this is that a Jag
ged mountain Is Rltnatod to tlw west of
the town , and In the ( > vonim ; the HUH
sots behind It aiul darlcnrctti comet * on
Then tlw lint Runnut occurs , the gas
lamps are lit. and auparuntly night lias
net in. Hut It turn not , for In the Hpuco
of an hour or HO the sun ronppuurfl
ngaln through the on > nlng at the nldu
of the mountain , and ttayllght again
appears. Artificial lights aru extin
guished and daylight again provullH un
til the sun descends below the oiwiilng
and the BOOTIM ! sunset occurs and night
Comes to stay
II ; niiln't Know < Ii Sex.
Mother Do you think tlmt young
man lmn matrimonial intentions , my
Daughter I certainly do , mnmmii.
He tried to convince me lust night that
I looked prettier In tlmt two dollar hat
than In the one that cost twenty.
Just arrived a complete
line of trunks , telescopes and
traveling bags , and we can
suit you in styles and prices.
We are giving special bar
gains on men's shirts and shirt
waists. We quote you a few
S1.25 Shirt Waist at . S.jc
SI. 50 Shirt Waist at . § 1.00
SL75 Shirt Waist at . $1.25
$2.00 Shirt Waist at. . . . . § 1.50
And all other shirts accord-
ROSENTHAL & KRASNE ,
All $1.00 Negligee
Shirts reduced to
See the West Window !
J. W. Humphrey.
Has just been opened by Mrs.
Joseph Schwartz , at 180 South
Fourth street. All sorts of
Fancy Embroidery Silks ,
Sofa Cushion Covers ,
Etc. , are for gale. A
department , also , for
MIR DRESSING MANICURING ,
SHAMPOOING AND FACIAL MASSAGE
Embroidery lessons given. Miss Ella
Schumacher assists iu this branch.
Bralnard & Armstrong Silks ,
E. M. ZIESCHE ,
Makes and Sells
. BEST GRADES OF TOBACCO. .
H" ! MIMMMMMHMMM !
Wo want to closeout
out our. . .
Lawn Mowers ,
R Ice Cream
D Freezers ,
A and otlior Summer
Stock. What do
R you need ?
WILL 11U1LD YOU A
ON HAS ? PAYMENTS. COME AND
C. B. DURLAND. Secretary.
"Two Dogs over One
Bone Seldom Agree. "
When two merchants are after
trade In the same community
and one advertises and tha
other doesn't , the advertiser
gets the bulk of It
This Is nssnmlng ; that hl ads are
well written amlplnced In the roo-
alum that best cavern the ground.
This paper is the medium for
this community If you have
* difficulty with your ads consult
j us Perhaps we can aid you.
< We are willing to.
YWYVVTM y V V V V
L. L. REMBE ,
First Door South News Office.
d. B. HERMANN ,
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
No 117 Fourth Streot.
INSKEEP'S MILLfNERY ]
Cheapest and Best. Norfolk Avenue.
J.w , EDWARDS
All Walk Cuinntiid
Corner of ftraasch
Ave. ami Fourth
Neglect and Failure
ln hand in hand. Do not. neglect your
Koyoriight IH prioch'HH.
K. W. WILLIAMS
12 Bishop Block.
MILLARD ( GREEN"
DRAY AND TRANSFERjLINE
PIANO MOV1NO A SI'KOIATY.
Olllcii fi Himliluiirn , Calls Answered.
'PHONE DU. IVonijilly .
Notice to Properly Owners.
Notice is hereby glvim that ri
mooting of the oily council of Norfolk ,
Nob. , will bo hold t 8 o'clock p. m. ,
July UO , 1H01I , for the pnrporo of malting -
ing Hiiooliil iiHHOKniiontH araiu | t the lots
luilow doHffrihod for the coiiHtinotlon of
new oidowalkn ( along said lotH ) : , , t
OHKHNAI , TOWN Ol' NOIirOI.K.
Block Ilots 10 , 11 , IS , lit , 11 , 15 , 10J
niock a , lots : i , -i , c , it , 7,8,1) ) , 10,11 ,
la , in , 11 i
Hloek ! l , lotH 1 , a , ! i , ! , I ) , ( I,1 ? , ail. " " " "I
IHoolc I , lots 11 , 112 , 11) ) , Ml , 17 , 18.19 , ,
jo , 21 , ais
Illook ? , lotH 1 , 2 , 10. '
Hlock a , lotH a , 11 , half ol' lot"-l.
Block 1 , lotH r > , 0,7.
MACIIMILl.KK'S AlWll ION.
Hlock a , lotH 3 , , , fi , ( I , 7 , 8.
.MA'IIIICWSON'H ADDITION' .
Hlock , lotH ! , f > , 7 , H , ! ) .
MA'IIIICWKON'S ' ' .
Block , lotH 8 , II. ,
Hlouk it , lotH 7 , 8 , ! ) , 10.
Hlock 0 , lotH 1 , 8 , ! l , 1J ! , M , Ifi , MO , 10 ,
] JlooItR , lota II , 1,5 , 10. ]
Hlock .I , lotH , 10. , <
Hlock 7 , lo > . I. '
Block 8 , lot ( i. ,
Dlock 1 , lots1. , ! ) , > ! .
Block 3 , lots ! ) , 10. Sub lot 8. ;
Block II , north half of lot 1.
Hlock ! , lots ! J , -I , 0 , 7 , 8.
( JKItKt'ICK SUII-DIV1HION.
Block 3 , lots 8 and n , 'c ' , lot 2 uud south
end of lot 1. ' '
Block II , lots .1 , 1,0.
I'ASKVVALK'S KI'.fOND ADDITION.
Block 3 , lotH 11 ! , 1 1 , If ) , 10. '
1'AhKWALKS TIIIUI ) ADDITION ,
u , lotH i , a. n , < i , n.
i , lom i , a , si. i. c , o , 7,8 , n , tor.
Block r > , lots la , ! ) , 0,7,0 , 17.
Hlock 0 , lots 1,2 , ( .
Block 7 , lot K.
Block 8 , lots 0 , 10.
Block a , lots 1.3
KOMHISTIIN'S THIUD ADDITION.
Block l.lotH 15 , 10 , 17 , 18,5) ) .
cn. . DUULAND'S htni DIVISION oi * KOISS-
INCISTKIN'K TIIIKI ) ADDITION. .
Block l.lota 1,2 , U , 15 , 10 , ITS
HAAS SUH LOTS ,
Block n , lot d.
Block 7 , lota a , ! 1 , -1 , 6 , fi.
OHIJOHN'S SU1) ) . DIVISION .
Block la , lota a , 8.
Block 1 , lot , Cm-land's 1st addi
Block 10 , lots 1 uud M , Durlond'fi 1st
Block 0 , lots 0 and 1 , 0. 8. Hayes'
Attest : M. 0. HAZKN ,
S. II. MoPAULANO. Mayor.
SESSIONS l& BELL
Undertakers and Embalmers ,
Sessions HIV. , Norfolk Avenue ,
NOFIFOLK. . . . NEHRASKA.
Will bo in effect from all points on
the Chicago & NorthWestern railway
for the occasions named below :
Epworth League , Detroit , Mich. , July
1G to 10.
B. P. O. E. , Baltimore , Md. , July 31
G. A. H. meeting , San Francisco ,
Angust 17 to 33.
International Mining Congress , Deadwood -
wood , S. D. , September 7 to 11.
Sovereign Grand lodge , I. O. O. P. ,
Baltimore , Md. , September 81 to 30.
For information as to rates , dates of
sale , etc. , of these or other occasions ,
will upon the ticket agent of the NorthWestern -
. . ,
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Plumbing , *
Steam and Hot
, , , .A11' Kinds of Pumps. , , , |
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