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PI-IE NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , SKITKMHKK 25 , 15)011 ) II
Seine ix-oplo will Riifl'or from
0110 year to another with sick
headache , indigestion and all
sorts of nervous iiilmontH , and
at the Hunio time try all kinds
of modicum that is adver
tised , when in reality defective -
foctivo eyes are the cause of
all the. trouhlo. Have your
eyes oxiuniiu'd by an Opthal-
moloKist and you will he in
formed of your true condition
and how to net wt 11 without
yourself to death.
Dr , Mariprdt ,
i I. .
As Good as Gold !
The Klkhorn U. & S. Association
will iiwko you a loan to build or
buy , on favorable tunns.
T. E. ODIOKNE. Secretary.
, , ,
City Property a Specialty ,
IfiOnrrcs liny Iniul , 8 miles , from Xnr-
folk , $ S ( ) per nci e.
Irtl ncres hay Inrd , 2 niilos from Wnr-
nervillo , $ ; ri per aero.
4SO ncres line iniproteil land , J27..M )
per nci e.
Rfl acres 1 mile from Norfolk Junction ,
$37.Ml per aero.
Gardner & Burrows i
4 Norfolk , Nebraska ,
t r-t i- : , - ; ; ; - : -i-t : - \ \ - : - - ;
Have you ordered your new shoes
for fall wear yet 1
Shooing hoys for school time is
now the thought of iwrcnN , mid it
brings much exjieiiM" during tlio
school term , without you jirocuni
shoes that are both well inaile und
made of the best inaterial.s. A pnir
of our shoes for boys or for girls will
last the best jiart of the school rea
son. We have the line-t stock of
moil's , boys'ami ladies' shoes at the
lowest prices for quality to lie found
PALACE SHOE STORE
STAPENHORST & CO. . Proprietors.
Conditions of the weather as re
corded for the 24 hours ending at 8
n. m. today.
Average 'u I
Total rainfall for month 1.07
Forecast for Nebraska : Generally
fair and cooler tonight and Saturday.
Ixjst Between residence and Grant
school building , pair gold rimmed
spectacles In Marquardt case. Find
er pleuso return to Miss Nollo Mor
For Solo My property at No. 313 ,
JL North Ninth street. Inquire at prom
ises. Telephone 178.II.
II. J. Caulflold.
Whoever wins will ha'o ft beautiful
outfit this Mag and the rubber tired
runabout. The vehicle may bo soon
ACCUSED OF HEINOUS CRIME.
Murder and Criminal Assault Charges
Made Against Denver Man.
Denver , Sopt. 25. IlimRoll Mellon ,
who Is lining bioiiRht from WoHtmln-
Bter , 1) ) , C. ( to stand trial In Denver
for the murder of Harold Krldborn ,
wa u huckster In this city when the
crime for which ho stands accused was
On the evening of December "I.
11)01. ) Florence Krldborn , a sixteen-
year-old gltl. went to n pond In North
Denver to Rkato , accompanied by her
brother , Harold , fourteen years of age.
While putting on their skates they
wcro approached by a man who pre
tended to search the boy's clothing
for money and then turned to atwiult
the girl. Harold , who had been
knocked down , loao and went to the
aid of his slstor , who was lighting
desperately. Thereupon the man
struck the boy on ( be head with an axe ,
the blow killing him. The murderer
then brutally assa-Jied the girl heshlo
her dead brother's body.
SCANDAL AT ST. JOSEPH , MICH.
Report of Expert Accountants Show
Lax Enforcement of the Law.
St. Joseph , Mich. , Sept. - . " > . The re
port of the expert accountants who
have been working on the books of
the clly under the direction of Mayor
Starr , has astonished the citizens of
this city. The period under Investiga
tion Is from January 1 , 1901 , to March
31 last. The report alleges that hun
dreds of receipts for vouchers for war
rants Issued by the city are missing ,
the total amounting to $225880. There
Is no record for contracts for street
work aggregating thousands of dollars.
Neither Is there verification of saloon
licenses nor of tbo fees collected. Hun
dreds of license stubs are missing , as
also are 1,000 water stubs. Warrants
paid by the city treasurer that do not
bear the endorsement of the mayor ex
ceed $2.000 , and there appears to bo
HO record of special assessments. The
books of the treasurer show no remit
tances for several mouths , while dis
bursements for loans and Interest on
the city debt have been made without
the authority of the council.
Manager Settles with Bullets.
Cincinnati. Sept.2.ri. . Joseph Mon
ger , manager of theatrical company
"Marked for Ilfe , " at a local theater ,
shot throe members of the company
after the performance last night , none
being seriously wounded. ll rt Ilav-
erly was shot on the chin , his wife re
ceived a flesh wound In the abdomen
and Longfellow was shot in the hand.
Monger called all the members of the
company into Ills room after the per
formance , stating that ho wished to
make a settlement. Leaving the rooi.i
a moment. Monger returned with two
revolvers and fired ton shots before he
was overpowered by the stage man
ager. All the members of the company
declare tiiat Monger has boon acting
qucerly for a week and that ho Is un
doubtedly demented. Monger was ar
Odd Fellows to Erect Temple.
Baltimore , Sept. 25. At the morning
session of the sovereign grand lodge
of Odd Fellows , the committee on
finance reported favorably on tbo plan
to erect a $1,000,000 memorial temple
In tills city , but deemed It inadvisable
to connect the name of the sovereign
grand lodge with the project. The
committee recommends that the enter
prise be placed in the bands of Wash
ington lodge No. 1 of this clly. known
as "Tho Mother lodge , " of the order ,
with authority to solicit subscriptions
from other jurisdictions.
Answers Description of Train Robber.
Wathena , Kan. , Sept. 25. Olllcers
here and at St. Joseph think that a
very important capture was mndo hero
which may be a eluo as to who hold
I up the Burlington train near St. Jo-
i soph Tuesday. Sheriff Uamsoy of
Tioy arrested William Muncie on an
old warrant charging him with an at
tempt to kill. Muncie fills the descrip
tion of ono of the Burlington train rob
Black Talks to Illinois Veterans.
Carbondale , 111. , Sept. 25. General
John 0. Illack , national commander-
in-chief of the Grand Army of the Re
public , delivered an eulogistic address
to 12,000oterans and their friends
nt the twenty-first reunion of tbo
Southern Illinois Soldiers' and Sail
ors' association. A cordial reception
was given to General Black. Mrs.
John A. Logan also spoke to the vet
Board of Trade Is Beaten.
Duhiique , la. , Sept. 25. Judge Shlras
has written the opinion for the United
States court of appeals in the case of
the Christie Grain anil Stock company
et al , appellant , against the board of
trade of Chicago , appellee , reversing
the decision of the federal court of
Missouri and remanding the case to
that court with Instructions to dismiss
the bill at complainant's cost.
Cloudburst at El Paso.
El Paso , Tex. , Sept. 25. A heavy
rain and hailstorm swept over this
section. For a half hour the down
pour was terrific , much resembling a
cloudburst. Much damage was done
by the water. At Anthony , N , M. ,
twenty miles north , 200 yards of tbo
Atchlson , Topeka and Santa Fo tracks
were washed out and trains are de
Attempt to Rob Bank Falls.
Iloldrogo , Nob. , Sept. 25. An unsuc
cessful attempt was made to rob the
First National bank at Looinls , this
county. Burglars unlocked the front
door and with tools made n hole
through the vault , hut did not break
open the safe. It is supposed they
were scared away , as the tools were
left in the vault.
Nebraska Telephone Company
to Move Central Office.
WILL HAVE M'CLARY DLOCK
Have a Lease for Five Years , Contin
uing from December 1 Work of
Installing Will Require Two Months
New Board Goes In There.
The Nebraska Telephone company
will exchange their locution In Nor
folk. Beginning with the llr.st of De
cember they have a lease with J. S
MeC'lary for tlu < entire second lloor
of ( ho McClary block. :102 : Norfolk av-
en\ii' \ , and thn contract continues
through IIvo years.
The removal of ( he telephone up
paratim will require probably I wo
mouths. II will lie an IUIUUMISO lot
of work to Hbil'l the entire exchange ,
with switchboards , cables , and bat
terlus , without discontinuing tbo HIM
vice. Tile new switchboard which N
now In course of construction mid
which will ho a monstrous board , will
ho Installed In the new location a
soon as It is done.
The exchange Is now located In tin1
second lloor of the Cotton block' , con
nor Fourth street and Norfolk IIVIMIIH-
It has been there for a long pnrlod nt
Birds arc Migrating.
The birds thai have been In the
north during the summer are Hock
Ing together and making their wa >
toward the south to escape the rig
ors of the winter , liven the hardy
blue jay , that sometimes remains
north all winter , Is getting out of
the country , and very few of the mi
gratory birds are left. The people
dlsliko to see them g < ) , but would
rather have them go and como again ,
than to stay hero and free/.o todoath
They should know , however , that
there is nothing to fear from the NV
hraska climate for several weeks and
might prolong their visit , hut the )
perhaps know best what they arc
about. Ducks are now offering them
selves as lit targets for the hunters
and gceso will soon bo hero , onroute
to a wanner climate.
M. L. Thompson was down to Nor
Mrs. Rudolph Itlolch Is seriously
sick this week.
Carl Schilling was over from War-
John Phlpps was in town from Km-
erick Wednesday ,
Warner II. . Danlol transacted husi-
lies at Oakdalo Monday.
Wm. Hawkins was down from
Meadow Grove Saturday.
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Barnes Tuesday.
Mlko Ilalpin of Norfolk was visit
ing hero Tuesday with relatives.
Commissioner S. J , Flnnogan was
here Tuesday on official business.
ICngiucor Kd. Bates of Norfolk was
visiting hero Sunday with T. S. Cook
T. D. Preoce was up west the lat
ter part of the week. Ho is speculat
ing in cattle.
John Schacber moved into into the
Peterson house on the west side of
S. F. HclUman is building a new
house and barn for John Scbacher in
Mrs Jul. Glandt and children of
Meadow Grove was visiting heroTues-
day with relatives.
Prof. M. B. Singer of Norfolk was
visiting here Sunday at tbo homo uf
Prof. M. G. Doering.
Geo. S. Berry Is building a now
house for his hired men to live In on
his sheep ranch north of town.
Henry Massmann shipped ono car
load of bogs Thursday and Goo. Schor-
ogor one oar load the day boforo.
Win. Maher has tbo addition to
his house north of the high school
finished and Is going to occupy it at
Mr. and Mrs. Adam Solp of Kalama-
7.00 were visiting hero Sunday with
his parents , Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
W. 13. Hoover returned Monday
from Wilton , Iowa , wboro ho had been
to attend tbo funeral of bis sister ,
Tbo Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Werner of Meadow Grove was
christened at the Luthorau church
Thco. Phlpps , who was traveling In
the west about a year , returned Fri
day and has taken a position at the
Morris drug store.
Mrs. K. A. Dugan and baby arrived
Saturday from Chadron for an o&
tended visit with her parents , Mr. and
Mrs. James Clark.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Ilaaso of Boomer
were visiting hero from Tuesday till
Thursday with Henry and John Jest ,
Mrs. Geo. Niles and two llttlo chil
dren of Meadow Grove were visiting
hero Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. K.
I. Nllos , her parents-ln-law.
Being sickly for some time , T. L.
Curas resigned his position as Janitor
In the high school. The hoard has ap
pointed John Rensdnll in his placo.
On account of poor health , F. J.
Ilnlo vill sell nil Ills live stock , in
cluding fourteen Jacltg : ind Jennies ,
llfty horses and mulcH. l0 : ! head of
cattle mid Kill head of hogn. mi , Oe
tohcr ( i.
Mrs. J. C. Hall wont to Verdlgre
Saturday , where her husband Is build
ing a now house on their farm and
\\hero they will locate permanently
In the near future.
Jake Hitle or ouo-armed Jake , an
ho was always called who eleven
years ago wont to Oregon and located
In Lynn county , Is here on an evtoud-
ed visit with his aged brother , Warner
llale , and other relatives.
Frank Massman returned Wednes
day from Orango. Cal , lie was called
homo by telegraph lo thn sick hod of
his father. Henry MIIUHIIUIII. who Is
seriously ill again with pleurisy of
( he lungs. Al this writing he Is lin
Whllo loading hay ( ho first of the
week Gcorgo Losey foil from the
slack and suffered u broken cnllai
| Imno and one of hln ribs was crackcil
The Injury was painful Ilioimli not
serlnn-i He will lie nin > apilu in a
1 Dr. F. G. Wallers succeeds to Vhe
practice of Dr. Klesau. 'Phono , of
llco and rosldenco 18.
TUESDAY EVENING , SEPT , 29 ,
The Comedy Success of Four Seasons
: Two MARRIED MEN
BY GEO. R.EDIiSON
Special Scenery. Novel Specialties.
Sparkling Wit. . Pretty Girls.
High Class Vaudeville Specialties
1 Nothing hut Fun Reasonable Prices
THE BEE HIVE
The Bee Hive Store
will be closed
THURSDAY , OCT. 1
until 6 P. M.
on account of holiday.
THE BEE HIVE
ROSENTHAL & KRASNE ,
DR. N. J. HOAGLAND
iiPOB Ixilli nciitn niul Hirimic Kiirrnpuf
troattul without IIH > nt clniKk nr kuilo.
Olllco at rcsiilonco , KM Nortli lutli Stroit.
Plionn No. NORKII.H
G. R. SEILER ,
Cou.vr.it RitAAPCit AVK.
ANU TIIIKD ST.
Telephone , No. 44.
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DINNERS , 25 cis.
( Stuulny Included. )
(10 Norfolk Avenue.
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mil ( if ii turnip , hut -
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( itit. of it pair of Iniil i-jcM
when di-fi-H * nf \ iMinti arc
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FRIDAY , OCTOBER 2,1903
li .15 llcail Registered Cows , II with Calves by side. .15 Registered
I'olaiul China llo s. Certified copy of Register will ) cnch anininl
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