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About The Norfolk weekly news-journal. (Norfolk, Neb.) 1900-19?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 13, 1903)
f THE NORFOLK NKVVS : FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 13 , 1908. _ J
Oscar Mansfield Met Death
Under the Wheels.
HE WALKED OFF A MOVING CAR.
Cnrs Passed Over Him nnd Hln
niuht Arm Was Cut Off , Skull Frac
tured and Otherwise Injured Cor
oner's Inquest this Afternoon.
MadlHon , Nob. , Nov. 12. Special to
Tim Mown : Oscar MuiiHlloliI , brakeman -
man on the Union rnclllc , wan Iflllntl
lioro ill 12IO : ! this morning by falling
from hlu train and being run ever by
tliu oni-H Ho wan working on tlio ox-
tnx freight which loft Norfolk shortly
nftor 11 o'clock last night for Coliun-
tiuH. llo WIIH an oxlrn man from the
main line , was about U2 yearn old nml
wna n hrothor of the Hwltchman at
Columbus. .1. A. Mansllold.
The extra wan plc-klng n | ) nix loadu
Of grain from the Hlilo track at thin
station and the onglno had pulled
Ihoin out and had thrown thorn down
the main line to the train. MatiHllold
was OH top of the cum rhlhiR Ihoin
In. llo got on the third car from the
oiul and was going to the end car.
llo sot the brakes as ho wont , so that
the earn would not hit the train too
hard , and evidently when ho reached
the lant car ho wan under the Im-
Iirosnlon that there wan another car
Ahead of him and ho walked off , full-
Jug to the track below. The . earn
imsaod over bin body , and when found
ho was dead , liln right arm had been
cut off , his Bltull fractured and ho was
badly crushed about the chest. Ho
fell junt before the nix cars ntrnck
Uio balance of the train , and they
were coming with Htich force thatono
of the cnrs was derailed when they
The coroner has boon notified of
the accident and ho will bo here to
hold an Inquest nt 1 o'clock thlu nf-
ENTIRE BLOCK IS DESTROYED ,
Buslneus District of Albla , Iowa , Con
sumed by Fire at an Early Hour
Albla , Iowa , Nov. 12. Special to
The News : At an early hour this
morning llro destroyed an entlroblock ,
In which were located the best bust
ness houses of the city. The loss Is
estimated at $ ; 100,000.
ARE COMING TO NEBRASKA ,
Colorado Miners , Thrown Out by the
Strike , Seeking Employment on
Railroads of This State.
Lincoln , Nov. 12. Special to The
Kown : Many Colorado minors whc
nro out of employment because of the
strlko which prevails all ovor- thai
stain , are coming into Nebraska
Many of tbom are sucking work on the
SPLINTER PUNCTURED HIS EYE ,
Little Bon of W. E. Launp Meets With
n Distressing Accident , Probably
Costing the Sight of an Eye.
Oakdalo , Nov. 12. Special to The
Nuwu : An accident occurred here
last avoning which will probabl >
causa the llvo-year-old son ofV. . 13
Launp to lose an oyo. JMr. Launj
was splitting kindling wood and the
llttlo hey was standing by watching
Mm. Suddenly a splinter ( low fron
beneath the axe and struck the bo >
squarely tu the oyo. A physician was
inunodlutoly summoned but ho couh
glvo no encouragement that the sigh
of the eye could bo saved. The splln
tor appeared to have penetrated the
eye ball. Th llttlo follow stiff urn
great dual of pain but Is bearing
bravely under his allllctlon.
ANOTHER LAND PROPOSITION ,
Congressman Burke Would Pay the
Indians a Lump Sum for the
Washington , Nov. 12. Hepresonta
tivo Ilurko hold a long conference yes
tcrday utti'rnoon with Indian Cbmmls
slonor luut'fl. relative to the bill look
Ing for the opening of 50,000 acres
of land In Gregory county , South Da
Itota. Mr lltirko proposed that the
government pay the Indians a lumi
sum for their lands , based upon $2.5
per aero. Commissioner Jones be
llovea that the Indians should receive
$5 per * ure.
THE LIMIT OF THE LAW.
Unusual Jail Sentence Upon a Lyncl
Lynch. Neb. , Nov. 12. From a
Staff Correspondent : Something
which approaches the limit of th
law BO far as county Jail sentenc
tinder the statutes of Nebraska Is con
CErned , wits dealt out here yosterda
afternoon when Ed Cowell , a youn
tnan , was tried before a jury , wa
found guilty of assault upon an oh
tnan , und was given olghty-nino day
In the county jail for the offense b
Cowoll , It seems , beat Mr. Thur
roan , a. man seventy-five years olc
pretty badly up , on November C. Per
onal tronlilo hotwoon thorn brought
t. Cowoll will appeal the caso.
Lovl Wulln wan also up for assault
ml Job WollH for destroying timber ,
'ho Jury wan out for several hours.
The artoHlan well which was struck
ere n short tlmo ago in gushing
orth a magnlllcont Mtronin of warm
vator. Hlectrlc lights will bo run by
H force In three towns. The tamper-
turo of the water remains Htoadlly nt
( > degrees.
The sky wan darkened during the
flornoon by a pralrlo flro which
iirniMl on the other Hldo of the Nlo-
Lynch IH exceptionally prosperous
bin season and IH onjoylng good
rowth. The people nro happy ever
mHpocts for the now rural route ,
rim stores here are all substantial
ml well stocked.
WAYWARD FOR SOME YEARS.
Story of Frank Schuky's Arrest From
His Home Town.
Marshal Kred Mack received word
rom Norfolk Sunday that Frank
Schnkoy was wanted there by some
tallies on a warrant charging him
vlth thi'fl. Sunday ovonlng about 5
t'clock Mack located his man nnd
ilacpd him In the city Jail for safe
cooping and notlllod the authorities
it Norfolk to that effect ami on Mon-
lay Countable J. H. Conloy arrived
uid took the accused to Norfolk. The
dory as told by Conloy Is to the
olToot that Schukoy , who IB only 1 ! )
cars old , together with a companion
> f Norfolk were caught stealing var-
ous small articles around town nnd
i warrant was placed In his hands
or their arrest. Schukoy's compan
on was caught by the olllcors In Nor
'oik the same day hut Frank made
ils escape to Newman Qrovo. Ho
van closely followed by Conloy for
several miles but Schukoy's horse
irovcd the speediest nnd most on
lurablo animal. The accused is a
son of August Schukoy , who Is well
uiown here as an honest and hard
working farmer , and ho was in town
it the tlmo of his son's arrest. The
toy has boon a wayward son for a
uiinbor of years and It became neces
sary Boino three years ago for the
jithor to oxpoll him from homo and
glvo him his tlmo. How bad Frank
was is not really known by us and
wo never hoard of him stealing or
getting into trouble boforo. Newman
Ncllgh Man Returns From Extreme
Merrltt Gary returned Tuesday 01
last week from his summur's trli
through the McKonxlo river basil
and other portions of extreme northern
orn Canada , On his return ho spciv
n couple of weeks In the western per
tlon of the Black Hills. His oxporl
onces have been many and varlcc
among the Indian tribes of a rcgloi
rarely penetrated by a whlto man
Especially Interesting Is the largo
amount of data gathered In regard t (
the working of the Hudson Hay com
pany , the largest commercial corpor
atlon In the world and under whoso
ausplei's ho traveled. It scorns tha
the modern spirit of cominorclallsn
has taken a strong hold upon the
Northwest territories within the pas
few years , and with the building o
the two transcontinental lines o :
railway now projected , the Canadlai
Northern and Grand Trunk Pacific
the southern portion of the region
at least , will gradually emerge fron
the anclont regime of the "Company1
and assume modern conditions. Mor
rltt leaves for Washington , D. C.
Friday to rcsumo his duties in the
department of agriculture. Nellgl
Mrs. J. H./Baker.
Died , on Tuesday morning , Novom
her It , IHOII , Mrs. J. H. Baker , agcc
55 days , two months and 11 vo days
The funeral services were held Ii
the M. 12. church Thursday afternoon
Hov. J. J. Klopp preaching the funeral
noral sermon. After the services litho
the church the remains wcro laid to
rust In the I. O. O. F. cemetery
northeast of town. Sarah ISlston was
horrt In Hartholamow county , Indiana
August 28 , 1848 , was married to J. II
Hakur In Stark county , Indiana , Maj
7 , 1SC8. Wight children were born to
Mr. and Mrs. Uakor , six are living
nnd two dead. The family came t (
Hurt county In September , 1SS3 , am
lived thuro ton years. In 1S93 thoj
came to this county and settled ii
Hooslor Hollow , where they llvei
until January , 1902 , when they movot
to Stanton. The deceased was a
member of the Christian church am
a noble Christian lady. For sovora
years she has boon ailing and deatl
was caused by a complication of dis
cases that bailled the skill of physl
clans. To the bereaved husband ant
children wo extend our heartfcl
synipaunes. Tiioy nave lost tno uoar
cst friend on earth , ono that canno
bo replaced. In the glorious otornltj
they may meet her again and the re
union will bo as joyful ns the parl
Ing waa painful. Stnnton Register.
A Most Brilliant Wedding
can never bo hold without the mos
superior sort of stationery. Engravoc
Invitations , announcement cards , "a
homo" cards and all of the other features
turos which make a weddingtho tlmo
of a girl's lifo which she remember
longest , Just exactly right The Now
takes prldo In the work which i
turns out and those who need any
thing In the way of very high grade
work will do well to wrlto for earn
Nebraska Senator's Property
Now in Flames.
EIGHT BODIES ARE RECOVERED.
There are Others Within the Flaming
Mine At 4:30 : O'clock Friday Af
ternoon the Charred Remains of
Eight Had Been Carried Out.
Virginia City , Mont. , Nov. 01:30 : p.
n. Special to The NOWH : The Kcar-
ago in I no here , owned by Senator Mil
an ! of Nebraska , Is burning , Klght
lodlus have been removed so far.
OthurH are within the llamlng mine.
TRAIN CREW BLOCKS STREET.
Conductor In Fremont Is Arrested for
Fromont. Nob. , . Nov. 11. The fro-
Itient violation of the city ordinance
vhlch prohibits the blocking of streets
standing frolght trains led to the
irrest of a Union Pacific conductor
it 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Of-
leer Martin caused the conductor to
iccompany him to the police station
vhoro a conference was hold with
Chief Daughorty. In consideration of
i promlHo to bo moro observant of
the ordinance In future , the conductor
was released without complaint bo
ng drawn up against him. Ho re
turned to his train and wont out with
BOY KILLED BY HIS BROTHER ,
Two North Platte Boys Were Playing
With a Rifle and Its Accidental
Discharge Kills One.
North Platte , Nov. 11. A llttlo boy
named Obcrst was killed by his broth
er here this morning. The boya were
playing with a 22-calibro rlflo , when
it was accidentally discharged In the
hands of one. brother , killing the other
MAY NOT PLAY KANSAS GAME ,
Unless Bender and Wilson are Al
lowed to Play , Game Will be
Lincoln , Nov. 11. Bender and Wil
son , members of the Nebraska foot
ball team , have been protested by
Kansas for the game Saturday on the
ground of professionalism. Kansas
gathered evidence that the men re
colved snlnrles last summer ns members
bors of the baseball team , hence un
der the Chicago conference rules thoj
are Ineligible on college footbal
teams. The protest may result In call
Ing off Saturday's game.
The controversy over Homier and
Wilson Is nothing now nnd has been
the subject of correspondence botweoi
the two universities. Last week
Chairman Condra of the football committee
mitteo received a letter from the Kan
sas athletic board asking about the
eligibility of the two men. Professor
Condra wrote back Saturday that he
had personally investigated their con
ditions and found that they were li
a position to playthat they had played
against the conference teams this
year without protest and Insisting
that they play Saturday. There Is no
willingness on the part of the Nohrns
kn managers to "back down" am
Chairman Condra said this afternoon
that unless Captain Bender and Wil
son arc permitted to play , that the
game will bo declared off.
The Irony of comparative footbal
scores is well illustrated by the ro
suit of the Chlcago-IIaskcll Indiai
and the Nwbruska-Knox games. Nebraskans
braskans arc greatly pleased over the
showing made by the redskins on the
homo grounds of Stagg's men , whei
In the second half , they outplayed the
maroons. The score of 17 to 11 seems
to represent the relative strength o
the two teams , and in this case the
victory of Nebraska over Haskell , 1C
to 0 , means a good deal for the Corn
Taking Into consideration this fact
Nebraska has n bettor team than WIs
cousin , for Chicago defeated the Mail
Ison team. But considering that Wis
cousin defeated Knox by n larger
score than did Nebraska , the Corn
buskers are Inferior to Wisconsin
Comparative scores do not count for
much , but Nebraska supporters take
courage In the fact that Haskoll gave
the Chicago men a hard rub ; am
also that Indiana defeated Illlnlos 17
to 0. Iowa now has an Idea that 1
can defeat Illinois and in case it docs
Nebraska certainly has a cinch to
finish the esason without a single de
Berg's Sweet Laxative Chips have
no equal for biliousness or constlpa
tlon. They do not gripe but move
the bowels gently and easily , cleans
Ing the liver nnd the effect gives
strength to the glands , preventing a
return of the disorder. Prlco 10 and
25 cents. Klesau Drug Co.
Write This Down
in the book of memory : there is no
such thing ns n harmless cough , Ev
cry cough is n warning of a confidence
that goes from bad to worse unless It
Is remedied right away. Opium-laden
medicine is a delusion. Allen's Lung i
Balsam cures the worst of colds. It !
clears the bronchial passages , BO that
the lungs got plenty of air. Why not
got a bottle today ?
JUST WHAT YOU NEED.
Chamberlain's Stomach .and Liver
When you feel dull nftor eating.
When you have no appetlto.
Wliun you have n bad taste In the
When your liver In torpid.
When your bowels nro constipated.
When you have a headache.
When you feel billons ,
They will Improve your appetite ,
leaiiNo and Invigorate your stomach ,
mil regulate your liver nnd bowols.
'rlco L'5c per box. Kor sale by ICIcsau
) rug Co.
\ Driving Out the Enemy.
These are the days of colds , sharp
and sudden , attacking throat and
ungs , nnd lending to consequences
> no does not like to think about.
\vold further oxixmiro and flght the
enemy of health and comfort with
'orry Davis' 1'alnklllor the family
stand-by for sixty years. It conquers
a cold In n day. Sco that you get the
rlKht article. There Is but one Pain-
dllur , 1'orry Davis' .
SPECIALIST OF REPUTATION ,
Years of Special Practice Affording
FACTS WORTH MENTIONING
By Dr. Caldwcll. '
Several years ago while in private
iractlco , I thought It wrong to advor-
Iso , Hlmply because I had been told
so and had not had experience enough
: o know bottci > After a while I dis
covered a valuable plan of treatment
n certain cases , and fortunately ob
tained a largo number of patients ,
enough to fully test my plan anil
[ irovo its success. I thereupon prepared -
pared a lengthy paper upon the sub
ject and read It before the state med
ical society. What was the result ?
A half a dozen members took the
lloor to say what the treatment had
been for a hundred years back , and
to claim that the old treatment ,
though unsuccessful , should bo con
tinued , notwithstanding that the now
treatment had bean successful. I
thought differently and continued to
use the now method , nnd made remarkable -
markablo cures of cases that had
been pronounced incurable. My bus
iness increased rapidly as each per
son that I cured told some friend ,
who came in turn nnd was cured.
Each patient advertised mo n little.
What then ? In that largo city there
were not moro than 400 cases of the
kind. I cured every case that came
to mo and then had nothing to do
except the ordinary business of n
local physician. I knew there were
hundreds nnd thousands of others
elsewhere , who might bo cured if
they only know ; nnd I advertised.
Cured hundreds of others and I have
advertised over since. I have re
lieved moro suffering , cured moro pa
tients , made moro people happy , nnd
done moro good generally because I
have told the people what I can do ,
and I shall go on with the good work
as long ns my strength will permit.
I advertise because I hnvo some
thing worth advertising. I have made
myself competent by years of spec
ial study and experience , and by the
expenditure of largo sums of money.
Uy advertising I place before the people
ple- the facts which enable them to
Know what 1 can do. I thereby rencb
thousands , who , given up by local
physicians or unsuccessful } ' treated ,
give themsovos up as incurable. I
euro thorn and thereby enlarge my
Hold of usefulness. Uy no other way
than advertising could those people
have known that they could bo cured.
Every thrifty nnd prosperous busi
ness In life , save those of law and
medicine , advertise freely. Lawyers
do not , for they _ only use in business
what others have made for them
years beforo. They only do what has
been written. " "
"Regular" doctors do
not advertise for the same reason.
They have nothing new , nothing
which someone else has not written
or told them of , they get their know
ledge from the books. A man may
read medicine until he Is blind and
then know nothing of it. To be suc
cessful ho must apply his own mind.
Make his own researches , and to do ,
that he must have room and oppor'
tunity. Ho must have cases , hun
dreds of them , and compare results.
If bo does not do this ho is a ma
chine without novelty , skill or In
genuity , still plowing with a wooden
plow , still traveling on foot or horse
back , and ignoring the advantages of
steam , living but not learning. The
same Is true of a lady doctor.
llolow you will find published the
names and addresses of some of the
recent cures that I have mado. These
people's allllctlons wore , under the
ordinary physician's care , considered
hopeless , and no prospects for a
Mrs. Kato Schall of Albion , Neb. ,
cured of catarrh of head nnd stomach.
Mrs. William Zuorg of Blue
Vale , Nob. , cured of nervous heart
and female disease.
Mrs. J. E. Connelloy of Akron ,
Neb , , cured of cnncer of long standIng -
Mrs. Augusta Seydon of Ponder ,
Neb. , cured of nervous liver and
Mrs. Ella Scochmnn of Wayne ,
Nob. , cured of rheumatism , female
disease and skin disease.
John Harper of Columbus , Neb. ,
cured of heart disease , stomach and
Emma Stnlko of darks. Neb. , cured
of skin disease , heart trouble and
A. 0. ONO , A. M. , LL. D , , Pros , , Omaha , I
Pnor. A. J. LOWRY , Prlnc.
. Hankand businessmen.
$10.000 in Koll Top Dusks. Hank Fixtures and
N ) Typewriters. Students can work for board.
Heml for free catalogue , bound In alligator.
Driest ever published by a. Huslness Collete. .
ReaU It and you will auond the N. U. C.
A DISEASE 1
Scrofula manifests itself in many ways. Swelling of the glands of the
neck anil throat , Catarrh , weak eyes , white swelling , offensive sores nml ab
scesses , skin eruptions , loss of strength and weakness in muscles nnd joints.
It is a miserable disease nnd traceable in almost every instance to some
family blood taint.
Scrofula is bred in the Scrofula appeared on the head of ray
Rrnndcliild when 18
llttlo only month *
bone , is transmitted old , nnd eproad rapidly ever her body.
from to child The dlBoaso tioxt attacKed the oyoa ana
parent , wo feared nho would lese her nlprht. Eminent -
the seeds arc planted in inont physicians were consulted , but
infancy nnd unless the could do nothing to relieve the llttlo In
nocent. It wan then that we decided to
blood is purged and pu try 8. 8. S. That medicine at onoo mad *
rified nnd every atom of a Bpoody and complete cure. Bho is now
a yountr lady , and has never had a si en
the taint removed Scrof of the
ula is sure to develop nt BEB
150 South 6th Street. Salluu , Kan.
some period In your life. . , . . . ,
No remedy equals S. S. S. as a cure for Scrofula. It cleanses nnd builds
up the blood , makes it rich nnd pure , and under the tonic effects of this
great Blood Remedy , the general health .improves , the digestive organs are
strengthened , and there is n gradual but sure return
to health. The deposit of tubercular matter in the
joints and glands is carried off as soon ns the blood
is restored to a normal condition , and the sores , crup-
_ lions , and other symptoms of Scrofula disappear ,
fi. S. S. is guaranteed purely vegetable and harmless ; an ideal blood
purifier and tonic that removes all blood taint nnd builds up weak constitu
tions. Our physicians will advise without charge , all who write us about
their case. 13ook mailed free.
THE SWifTSPECIFIC CO. , ATLANTA ,
Arc n Positive Cure for Indigestion ,
Constipation , Faivcrs , Foul nnd weak
Stomachs. A notcddoctor of Chicago
stntcd that he believed n f > 0c. box ol
Slocum's Worm Cake would give
more relief than fT)0 worth of ordinary
doctor's fees. Price SOcts. by mall
ony- | R. v. SLOCUM
.725 W. North Avenue , Chicago , III.
YOU MUST NOT FORGET
That wo are constantly growing in the art of
making Fine Photos , and our products will al
ways bo found to embrace the
and Newest Styles in Cards and Finish We also
carry a fine line of Moldings suitable for all
kinds of framing.
THE NORFOLK BUSINESS COLLEGE
Conservative Management ,
Thorough Equipment ,
* Commodious Rooms ,
Fvill Business Coxirses.
It will pay you to attend this School. No va
cations. Enter any time.
C. H. BRAKE , Norfolk , Neb.
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Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist.
Graduate OhicogoMeriuary College.
Assistant State Veterinarian.
Office : Brunson's Livery , South Third
Street 'Phouti 185.
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with which is given free as a premium
Two Splendid Maps of Thunder Moun
tain Mining District and of Southern
Idaho , showing all the mines and all the
important claims , a ho routes , railroads
and wagon roads.
The Industrial Times is a monthly of
16 big pages which give accurate in
formation regarding the movement of
industrial and mining enterprises. Its
regular subscription price isone dollar per
year ; but a trial subscription is sent for
three months for ten cents , including the
maps. These are the only accurate maps
of Thunder Mountain and are alone
worth several times the price charged.
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