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T11K NOHKOIiIC NKWS : I'MUDAY ' , Al'Cll'ST ' J , IJKMI. 11
who is MilTerlng good deal
from headaches , nervousness
and other painful niid ills-
treeing symptoms ? It inny
lie that j'our eyes uro the.
ciuifto of nil. Wo correct thu
eyes , remove the cause und
nutiiro does the curing
Bettor see us nhout it boforc
it is too Into ,
Dr , Marquardt ,
As Good as Gold !
The Elkhorii B. Ai S. Association
will make yon n louu to build or
buy , 011 favorable terms.
T. E. ODIORNE. Secretary.
MILLARD GREEN ,
DRAY AND TRANSFER LINE
PIANO MOVING A SPEOIATY.
Ofllco & Itoslilnnco , n | | _ l > p
"PHONE 58. " "U
L. L. REMBE ,
First Door South News Office.
POINT FORGET THE
i Discount on
We Keep Open Evenings until
9:00 : o'clock.
PALACE SHOE STORE
STAPENHORST & CO. , Proprietors.
We give tio'sots on Oaickering Piuno.
Conditions of the weather as re
corded for the 24 hours ending at 8
n. m. today.
Rainfall : 88
Total rainfall for month 7.09
Barometer , . 29.7-1
Forecast for Nohraska : Generally
fair tonight and Saturday.
The Ludwlg Koonlgstein music studio
die will reopen Monday morning , after
four weeks of rest.
n. Meyers & Co. , who hurned out
In' Norfolk last spring , have com
menced an action in the district court
to recover $1253.33 from the Aetna
A largo gang of section men are ho-
Ing employed today on the Union Pa
cific track , where It crosses Norfolk
avenue , In raising the rails to some
While using the long distance'phono
to Omaha yesterday morning Train
Dispatcher J. J. Welch of the North
western at Fremont was knocked from
a chair hy a holt of lightning which
struck the wire , and laid for some
time on the floor limp and lifeless.
Ho was unconscious for about flvo
mlmitoH. lit falling his lu < nd struck
n radiator and spittoon , mlslng a hlg
hump , hut ho was otherwise uninjured.
A contract for hulldlng u now hrlck
hlock has just heen ohtalned hy Nor
folk men. Reynolds & King will do
the mamm work upon It and U. Might
the carpentering. The contracts wore
secured ubovo lililn from linns In
Omaha , Scrlhner and several other
The wind eaiuo down fioin the north
this morning with an apparent deter
mination to make u cons'ldcrahlo re
duction In temperature and reminding
the people that winter Is not many
moons to the north , and chasing down
after the good old Humiwr time like
the Uellanco after the Shamrock.
Mr. and Mrs. 0 , 11. Sailer very pleas
antly entertained a company of ahout
forty friends at their homo , corner of
KooiilgsU'ln avenue and Touth street ,
last night. Six-handed euchre was
a fonturo of the ovenlng'H pleasure ,
a delightful supper following the
cards. The day was a wedding aunt-
versay for the host and hostess.
A quantity of , the face hrh'k for the
United Slates court house has arrived
and Is holng today hauled to the silto.
The material Is heautlful to look upon
and will make an Imposing front for
the second and third stories of the
new structure. The mammoth steam
derrick is helng put Into place today
and heforo many hours the heavy ma
terials will all he swung upon this.
Manjuls Reynolds , who was hadly
hurt In an accident with a pony and
cart a few days ago , Is conslderahly
hotter today. In the mix-up Marquis
had several tooth hrokcn off. Ho foil
forward from his seat In the cart and
for a time It was thought that the pony
had kicked him. Now , however , it is
thought that ho foil upon a holt and
hroko the teeth upon Its sharp edges.
Alhort Struhe and Fred Shaffer of
Plalnvlew wore heforo County .ludgo
Williams at Pierce Wednesday charged
with having burglarl/od the hardware
store of Hrown & Sorensen at that
place. They were both minors. The
crime was committed last month , the
boys being released on bond. Slriibo
behaved during the time lie was out
on ball , hut Shaffer had stolen $0 from
another hey and was inlxod up In
other lawless acts. Strubo got ton
days In the county jail and Shaffer
was sent to the reform school.
The general merchandise store of
Miller & Hergor at Pierce was damaged -
aged hy lire Wednesday morning In
the sum of ? 1.500. The back end of
the building was destroyed and the
contents of the front part were dam
aged by smoke and water. When the
firemen arrived on the scene the
flames were leaping into the air twenty
or thirty feet , but with the new sys
tem of waterworks they were quickly
controlled and the people were pleased
with the service. This Is the third
fire of the year , all three within a rod
or two of each other , and it Is almost
certain that all were of Incendiary
origin. The firm carried $1,500 in
surance on the stock. The building
Is owned by UeWltt Eager of Dull.
Those of our old employes who de
sire positions during the coming cam
paign must apply at once , as numer
ous applications arc coming In from
outside towns and all places will be
filled after September 1 , 1903.
American Heet Sugar Co.
The first oysters In town. Served
In any style.
Trustworthy lady or gentleman to
manage business in this county and
adjoining territory for well and fa
vorably known house of solid financial
standing. $20.00 straight cash salary
and expenses , paid each Monday by
check direct from headquarters. Ex
pense money advanced ; position per
manent. Address manager , CIO Motion
nidg. , Chicago , 111.
WENT HUNTING WITHOUT LICENSE
William Strong and Randolph Krake
Lose Their Guns and Will be
Arrested by Ralney.
William Strong and Randolph Krako
are each minus a first class shot gun
and are liable to be minus a hit of
cash to boot for violating the state
game law which requires a license
for shooting In outsidle counties. The
pair of shooting irons were confiscated
last night by State Deputy Warden
J. A. Ralnoy and the arrest of the two
men will follow as soon as warrants
can bo made out. They are both resi
dents of Norfolk and were caught
shooting , It is said , in Pierce county ,
by the deputy. Ho has written to
Pierce for the warrants and will sell
their guns at that place , In accord
ance with a section of the statute.
Resides the guns , Ralnoy brought In
a jack rabbit which had been killed.
It is said that Krako and Strong will
fight the case and George Carter , the'
state game warden , will ho on hand
to try the cases.
The law provides that It shall bo
unlawful for an person to fish or hunt
within this state without a license ;
provided that any person may fish and
hunt within the county of his actual
rosldenco without a license. The fine
for violation shall not exceed $50 , or
Imprisonment not to exceed thirty
Ofco Tappart's residence for sale or
rent. Inquire of John Froythalor.
Dr. F. G. Walters succeeds to the
practice of Dr. Klesau. 'Phono , of-
flco and rosldenco 18.
Excessive Moisture Threatens
Health of the People.
DRAINAGE IS DEST PREVENTIVE.
Precautions OB to Diet Essential , and
Decaying Garbage Should be Dis
posed of Dry , Cool Weather May
Prevent Epidemic of Sickness.
The people of Norfolk and the people
ple of other towns and the country of
this section are right now confronted
with a most serious problem In san
itation and the preservation of health ,
and all that can h < > done should h < >
done to prevent an unusual amount of
sickness and an Increased number of'
There Is no disguising the fact th.it
tins continued wet weather of ( lie
spring and summer that has tilled the
cellars and soaked the ground ami
created pools and ditches full of sui
face water Is decidedly against the
general health of the people and ( he
problem of doing something offecthi'
Is oiio that pnx/les those bestlnformed
as to the laws of sanitation and health
On this subject a reporter for The
News this morning Interviewed l > r
P. II. Sailer , who Is of the belief that
the only certain way to prevent dls
ease Is u thorough system of drain
age , which the city evidently liieKs.
and which It may lie Impossible to hi-
auguratc In time to do much good this
year. The city administration has
been doing much along this line , thai
Is proving effective , but the lack ( if
previous administrations has hunched
It all up Into ono big problem that is
a poser and the season Is bringing
out the faults of drainage as no pie
vlous year has done.
If It Is Impossible to correct the fault
at this tlmo , Dr. Sailor considers it nf
next Importance to ho careful as to
diet. The humid weather tends to re
duce the. vitality of people and maUe
thorn ready victims to disease germs
that are produced by stagnant water
and decaying vegetation. Such germs
find ferlilo germinating places in fruit
and vegetables that have begun In
decay , In milk thai has commenced to
sour and In stale bread all of which
should be rigorously prohibited , es
peclally to children , who are more
susceptible than adults. This roduc
tlon of vitality is the reason of so
many summer colds , and the colds
leave Ihe system open to attack from
more serious diseases.
Decaying vegetation and refuse
should not bo permitted to accumu
late about the premises. Vaults and
cesspools should receive careful at-
tontlou and every possible precaution
taken to prevent the germination and
spread of disease.
Many people have an abiding faith
in the liberal use of chloride of nmo
to overcome germ diseases In damp
places and purify the almosphero
about the house. The doctor was a
lilllo Rkoptlc.il as to the general ef
ficacy of this substance. While con
ceding that It kills the germs It
touches , ho has not much faith In the
effect of the smell It gives out hi ov-1
creaming the germs In any largo area ,
and still It might bo used. It can cer
tainly do no harm. Disinfection with
formaldehyde-sulphur might likewise
be of value toward the destruction of
germs , and In a season such as Ihls
It Is not only allowable but desirable
that such methods of promoting health
should he given a trial.
Fermentation and germination are
favored by hot , moist weather , and
perhaps Iho best thing thai could hap
pen for the health of the people sit
uated as are those of Norfolk , Is for
the drying up of the moltmiro to take
place during cool weather such as
now seems likely for a few days. This
Is just the contrary of what is needed
for the development of the corn and
other crops , hut the people might bet
ter stand the loss of a harvest than
Ihe loss of health and perhaps life.
Mrs. N. A. Daniels , having pur
chased a home In Omaha , directs mete
to sell her lots , corner Norfolk av
enue and First street , being 100 feet
on the avenno and 170 feet on the
street. Both buildings newly papered
and painted. City water , good dry
cellars , cistern , fine shade trees at
a very slight cost there can bo thir
teen bedrooms , there are nine now
just the place for a boarding and
rooming house. Will bo sold cheap.
J. E. Simpson , Agent.
AUDITORIUM OPENS THURSDAY ,
Norfolk Theatre Season Will Start
3 With "A
ger Boy. "
The theatre season for Norfolk will
begin next Thursday night when the
Auditorium will onon with "A Messen
ger Hoy. " Propri' f r Dunlovy has not
been In the city for some tlmo and the
bookings that nro to follow can not
Just yet bo obtained , but ho Is ex
pected by the first of the week. The
Initial play of the year will bo put
on by Sweet , an actor not unknown In
Norfolk , having played hero two years
ago In "A Jay In Now York. " lie is
said to have a much hotter company
now than then , and patrons will no
doubt turn out well for the first night
at the playhouse.
Notice for Bids.
Bids will ho received by the under
signed for digging a ditch on north
sldo of Park avenue from First street
to the Northfork river , as per plans
and specifications to ho seen at the
olllco of II. A. Pasowalk. All dirt to
be delivered on ( ho dyke near Iho 0.
St. P. M. .t O. railway hrldgo or other
places the same distance. The street
and alloy commit tee reserves the
right ( o reject any and all bids. All
bids must be In by 12 o'clock noon ,
September 2 , lUOU.
Street and Alloy Conunlttoe ,
Per II. A. Pasowalk.
For sale Two second hand Nor
folk furnaces will bo iiold cheap. Ap
ply at The News ofllco.
ARRESTED IN A SALOON ROW ,
Frank Dedermnn Wanted to Run the
Whole Bar , But the Proprietor
Trouble In a saloon last night re
suited In the arrest of FranU Deder-
num. who will be on trial tomorrow
alternoon before .ludgo HayeH Frank
came to town and tried to start HOIIIO-
Hilng. llo went Into the HII'OOII ' and
thought ho'd run the Joint. Heforo he
knew It , ho was In trouble with the
proprietor and a lively mill seemed
inevitable. Frank Is said to hiivn
pulled a club with which to null his
mini , when another party stepped up
from the roar and stopped the stick.
Frank landed on the sldownlU outside ,
Night Watchman IMlger came along
and then the fireworks.
i Frank Is ifot an unknown Individual
' In police court and Is said to make
i trouble frequently.
j I i Credit to Norfolk.
The Catholic cemetery In this city
enjoys the unique distinction of hav-
lyg In the Father Kertsen monument ,
which was unveiled Monday , the most
magnificent memorial to the dead ever
.erected > In this county , If not In north-
I ern Nebraska. The shall Is of St.
Cloud granlto with Bedford coping
and grave guard and Is wholly the
! p ' design and workmanship of M. M.
Stanuard of Norfolk , which rollects
great credit on him , as bo secured
the contract In open competition with
local as well as Omaha and Chicago
tlrius. The govoni'iienl Inspector of
the federal bulldini' . now In cours'o of
erection ill Norfolk , Inspected the
monument tlmroughly ind pronounced
t it perfect before It was accepted.
i Messrs. ( larrelt , executor of the es-
| ! ' tale , and Kiilher Bartholomew , the
parish priest are to bo congratulated
| ' their success In erecting this noble
shall In the memory of the honored
dead. Madison Star-Mall.
SONS OF HERMANN TO BANQUET
Will Dine Daniel J. Koenlgsteln In
Farewell Meeting Tonight Notable -
The local lodge of the SOUK of Her
mann will hold a furowull meeting
tonight In honor of Daniel .7. Koonig-
j Hteln , who IH to leave the city for LOB
Angeles early next week. The meetIng -
Ing will bo hold ut the lodge rooms
and following the .social session will
come a magnificent banquet which
has been prepared. Mr. Koonlgstoln
I has been a grand trustee of the order
and stands high among members of
the order. Members from out of town
who have arrived for the meeting are :
Fred Volpp , of Wayne , the grand pres
ident ; John Schmldler , of Stanton , ex-
grand president : Charles Hhodo of
Columbus , grand trustee.
THE BEE HIVE
Arbuclcol , Lion ind XXXX
eoiToe at ilio Bee Hive , lOc.
lToilinarters ! for oed biiLter
at the Bee Hive.
The Bee Hive don't sell
spoiled eggs , but we candle
every egg we sell in town.
Igg-0-See ( lOc a package at
the Bee Hive.
Force lOc a package at the
Bell coffee at .the Bee Hive.
THE BEE HIVE
RQSENTHAL & KRASNE ,
ART NEEDLE STORE
II 8 just hfnii opnuod hy Mrs.
Joseph Scluvart/ liO ! South
Fonrili street. All HortH of
Fancy Embroidery Silks ,
Sofa Cushion Covers ,
Etc. , are for sale. A
department , also , for
HAIR DRESSING MANICURING ,
SHAMPOOING AND FACIAL MASSAGE
Embroidery lessons given. Miws Ella
Subnumohcr fiHHintB in this branch ,
Brainard & Armstrong Silks ,
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'W.H.RISH , !
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f Plumbing , 'i
| Steam and Hut |
| Water Fitting.
I > . . . .All Kinds of Pumps. . . . |
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* > 'Phono No. 97. |
G. R. SEILER ,
SALE STABLE ,
COIt.NKU HUAAKPH AVIC.
AND TllIHI ) KT.
Telephone , No. 44.
Head Ache ?
I'orlmps you need
Itcltcr IIHVC your eyes te.sletl.
12 Itlshop Illock.
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WILL HUM ) YOU A
ON EAHV PAYMICNTS. OOMK AND
( J. H. DURLANJ ) . Secretary
HERE IT IS MA'AM !
That bug of Hour you ordered is nt
your door when promised in < xt time
you'll probably onh rdoiibln thetuu ] > tity
for linn Ton Hour ban u hltlovuy of
phiiiHiiig people , NN Inch makes it n wel
come visitor Everybody inul bin wife
knowti the superior quality of Don Ton
Sugar City GerallVIills.
There are more things in the Lumber
; ; business than are dreamed of in your Philosophy -
! ! ophy , Horatio , and just exactly those have
j ; been studied by the Chicago Lumber Company -
, ; pany until they are versed in it all. If you
I ! need anything in the way of
Tell the Chicago Lumber Company all about
it. They will fill the bill a bit better and a
| bit more reasonably than elsewhere in INor-
j ; Chicago Lumber Company |
| NORFOLK. NEB. f
W. II. BUOHOLZ. President.
Norfolk ALEX. BEAU , Vice Presidoiit.
E. W. ZUTX , Cashier.
The Oldest Established Bank in Northeast Nebraska.
Capital , $100,000,00 , - - Surplus , $20,000,00 , !
I DOCS 3 General Buys'and Sells [ Exohnngn. Interest Puid
- . . on Time Deposits. Drafts and Money
I ! BllSineSS
Banking Orders Sohlou any Point in Europe. A
| Uouonxl Steamship and Foreign Passiigo.Busluefs Transacted.
A. BEAR , F. P. HANLON , F. J. HALE , W. II. RUCHOLZ ,
WM. XUTZ , N. A. RAINBOLT , S. S. COTTON.
0. A. LUIKAUT , riiKHitiKNT. W. U. JOHNSON , OASHIKII
CIIA9. S. HltlDQlJ , VICE I'UESIDKNT LKO PASKWALK , ASS'T
The Citizens National Bank.
. , $50,000. Sunri.us , f 10,000.
Hay ami Soil KxcUauKo on this Country and nil parti of fiuropo. Farm Loam.
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