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8 IMlti NOUKOIiK NKWS : FRIDAY , NOVEMUEtt 18 , J , )08 )
Father Shync's Course Ends
Sunday Morning : .
LAST SERVICE AT 10 O'CLOCK.
Week's Mission Begins nt Dnttle
Creek on Sundny Night and the
Next Week Will be a Similar Ser
ies at rildcn Great Crowds.
IKroin Biitimlny'H linllv 1
The Oiitlwllo mission which IHIH
boon hold for a week In Norfolk under -
dor the 'im > of Hov. Kathur Hhyuu of
t , UIIIIH University , closed Hund.iy .
morning A iimrnniolh audience was
proHonl Last night Father Shyno be
gan a nilHHlou at Ilnttlo Crook , re
ports nf whlrh will ho itiihllRhod In
The NmvM from day to day. Ono of
Uio IIIOMI | io\vorfiil locturoH was on
the nlglit before the cliiHo.
When Is a Man Jucltjcd ?
Uuforo dead ? No. After death ?
No. Whim ? In the very Instant of
death tlii'i-o In the very room where
do dli'H. The inoinory and coiiHt'loiioo
are Illumined and lioforo that soul
Unit IIUH Just loft the liotly there
wtnndH out as In a Horoll the thoughts ,
tjio words , the doodH of n llfotlmo.
That tiinil must account for the ovll
done or pormltlod to l o dono. the good
omitted , the good badly done , the
deeds of omission nil well as commit- !
She iniiHl Htand there lioforo n Judge
who knowH all things and whom none
can roHlHt and Hho must toll why sentence -
tonco of condomnatlon Bhonld not bo
lironounci'il against hor. JiiHtlco will
Uion rolgu , for t'io ' hour of nioroy has
passed. The nontonco will bo pro-
nnnncuil Immodlatoly and boavon or
boll forever or purgatory for u tlmo
\ylll bo tbo end.
) r ' The uontonco will bo Irrevocable
nnd on tbo last day , before tbo wbolo
world It will bo ratified. The soul
nuiBt depart from God If she has not
on tbo wedding garment and tbon
lior Borrow begins : She BOOS God
nnd quakes ntul troinblos. She BOOS
the world and cannot return to It.
She HOOS heaven and cannot possess
It. She yoaniB to run away nnd IB un
able , Bho acknowledges tbat alio baa
lost God through her own fault.
Shame , the punishment proper to
man , aottlos on tbo condoninod. The
Lord iihall bring to light the bidden
thlngH of darkncas , and the man who
walked the streets with bis bead high
and bin purse full of 111 gotten wealth ,
and tbo Bclontlllc murderer , and tbo
young man who wan the advance ng
out of the devil , and the young girl
who niado trallle of her charms and
was a decoy of boll and tbo headless
Crowd who have no principles higher
than their feelings shall then bo
clothed with confusion and shall see
their folly , and Norfolk shall see
Uioni , thotr friends and enemies shall
ueo thoin. the whole world shall BOO
them , for "tho hidden things of dark
ness shall bo brought to light. " Hero
Fatlior Hhyno took up the command-
incuts of God and showed how each
Is to bo Jiid&od by them.
ENGLISH WILL MEET SULLIVAN ,
Sioux City Man Promptly Accepts
Challenge for Fifteen Rounds
The challenge Issued few tlnys
ago throiiKh those columns by Tom
my Sullivan for a mutch of fifteen
roumlH against Clurencu English , the
Sioux City lighter , is accepted in the
following letter , which explains itself -
Sioux City , Nov. G. Sporting Ed
itor Nuw : I see hy your paper that
Tommy Sullivan , the lightweight
champion of the northwest , Is In your
town. HD was hero u week or so
ago ami we wore matched for ? GOO : v
side but failed to got together. I
wish you would state lu your paper
that If he really nu-aus business I will
fight him in Norfolk or any place else.
Just so vso can got this side bet sot-
tied. I would like to meet him on
or about the 10th of this month. I
wish you would also state that Lex
Clayton \\ill moot any local wrestler
in n catoh-as-catch-can match for any
part ot J500 and percentage of the
gate roocipts. Clarence English.
Wlsner News Notes.
Wlsnor. Neb. , Nov. 10. The Men-
iionlto.s tiavo boon holding a confer
ence nt Mielr church about two miles
south of Wlsner. The conference
lasted four days and was largely at
tended by the adherents of that faith.
Mr. .uid Mrs. Jesse C. McNlsh re
turned Wednesday from their wed
ding tour in the east , and will bo at
liomo to their friends after Novem
The young men of Wlsnor who are
attending the university at Lincoln ,
Charloa Holofson , John Hoff , Irving
Lelsy , Ralph Mansfield and Eric
Sloko , came down Saturday to remain
until nftor election.
Nov. A. W. Ayers and Mrs. Ayers
are visiting friends In Wisnor before
leaving for Onega , Kansas , where Mr.
Ayers 1ms a charge.
An interesting reunion was hold
Wednesday nt the homo of Mr. nnd
Mrs. W. Armstrong. Several years
ago , n crowd of young people in the
high school organized a club called
the Woodpecker Family. Mr. Sym
ington , of Los Angeles , who was a
charter member , entertained the mom
Ijors nt a fi o'clock dinner , nnd later
hy iamoH and dancing.
Mr. nnd Mrn. lloan Ileoiner of Ly.
tin , have been vlnltlng their HOII , O.
I ) . Hoomor.
Minn Myrtle Hughes spout Saturday
and Sunday In Arlington and Fremont.
Mrs. William Crosby of Iloomor
spout Sunday with her rolntlvoa near
MI-H. Delia Symington of Los An-
golcs , Ciil. , IH visiting relatives In
Mm. C. C. McNlsh of Fremont loft
Wednesday for her homo nftor n
visit of n Week In Wlsnor.
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. lluttorllold have
gone to Omaha.
J. I ) . Sturgeon visited with his fam
ily over Sunday.
Dr. A. Hoar Hindu n professional
vlnlt to Oakdiilo Monday.
Mr. and Mni. C. S. Hayes wore Sun
day iiiiRHungerH for Omaha.
.laclr Koonlgstoln wont to Madison
Monday morning on legal business.
Will IJurmm of Battle Crook has
accepted a position in the newspaper
department of The News olllco.
Mrs. WUITOII Hurlbort wont to No-
Ugh on the Monday noon train for a
visit of a few days with her parents.
A. 1 * . Dee has returned to Ills homo
In Davenport , In. , after a visit with
his daughter , Mrs. Goo. I ) . Huttorflold.
A regular mooting of Damascus
Comniandory will bo hold this evoiv
Ing for the purpose of electing of-
W. II. Ualrd of Grand Island was
In the city over Sunday meeting
friends and looking after boot sugar
The family of W. II. UlnUonmn en
joyed u visit Sunday from an old-
tlmo friend , Dr. A. N. Slioffnor of
Mrs. Henry Hiuiso was called to the
homo of her father In Wisconsin by
a telegram announcing his critical ill
ness. She loft at noon today. Her
father Is not oxpectel to llvo.
Miss Chapman and Miss Aurtz who
llvo near Madison , visited a conplo of
days at the homo of Mrs. Pllgor and
left this morning for Wayne where
they will attend the normal school.
Miss Clara Anderson , who has boon
taking a course at stenography and
typo-writing In the Norfolk business
college , completed the work SaU
day and loft for her homo Sundny.
She was given a farewell surprise by
about thirty of the students and the
evening was spout onjoyably. lie-
froshnu'iits wore served during the
COLORED BOOTBLACK THERE.
fKrom Mondiiy'a Dally. ]
Like the cackling of goose which
at ono time saved ancient Homo from
the clutches of the enemy , so the
squawking of u helpless hen whlcl :
was being forcibly kidnapped fron
her homo In the roost of n barn which
belongs to Mr. Nolland on North Fifth
street , saved herself from being
stolen and gave n clew to the police
as to the whereabouts of about a
scor < > of other chickens that have mys
teriously disappeared during the past
Harry D.ivls , a little colored boot
black , was seen near the barn very
shortly after the hen had given the
alarm , but as Harry took no bird ho
was not arrested this morning. Harry
was in jail about a week ago because
ho tore down fences on Hallowe'en.
No loss than a score of the choicest
fowls In this particular roost have
boon stolen during the past few weeks
and Mr. Nolland has been busy keep
ing an eye out for the nocturnal vis
This morning , however , Harry was
a daylight guest at the barn and when
the chicken had squawked his dark
little face and big white eyes were
clearly visible to the naked eye of Mr.
Nolland. Ho Informed the police but
they were unable to arrest because
no evidence- the crime Itself was at
ATCHISON GLOGE SIGHTS.
Every widow exaggerates her mon-
Distrust of others usually origin
ates in distrust of self.
\Vo seem to have elected to the
United States senate a lot of old mon ,
childish enough to fall in love.
If wo had all married our first loves ,
the only dllloronco is that wo would
have boon grandparents sooner.
A rabbit living near town , nwoko
on the ground. "Woll , " ho said , "I
must bo moving. This is my busy
It Is getting so that people nro hav
ing some respect for the devil be
cause ho doesn't claim to bo an
Notice is served on n certain man
that that peculiar look in his wife's
eye when she smiles BO sweetly nt
him , means revenge.
They are playing progressive card
games , giving progressive lunches ,
progressive buggy rides , etc. There
fore , there will bo no surprise nt
learning that the game of progressive
husbands Is to bo played in Atchlson
My more having Mould be a source
To make me hunger more.
Shakespere , Macbeth , iv , 3.
The more U need a Biscuit you eat " ' ;
the more you want. c . ,
The more people eat them
the more people want them. -
The more people want them
the more we want to make them
better and better.
It's just a case of more and more.
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You Hear i BH
Is the Sign
They are Fresh
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANX
Lynch Has Solved it With an
OTHERS WILL TRY IT , NO DOUBT
Many Wells Will be Established In
North Nebraska If the One at Lynch
Proves Practicable Difficulty With
the Streams of the State.
[ Prom Monday's Dally.J
Power for u mill and electric lightIng -
Ing plant has been obtained at Lynch
by sinking nn artesian well to a depth
of 920 foot. Tests made at the time
the gusher was struck Indicated a
forty horse power pressure , and there
Is a possibility of developing a still
higher power later on. There are
wldo possibilities In the dovolope-
niont of power In the northwest by
means of artesian wells , and If there
can bo a reasonable certainty of
striking a strong gusher at a depth
of no more than a thousand feet there
will doubtless bo many of them scat
tered throughout northwest Nebraska
In the course of a few years.
It Is peculiarly difficult to make
practical use of the water power
from the streams In Nebraska. The
difficulty Is largely duo to soil con
ditions. Few streams In the state
have sand or rock bottoms , the soil
Is too deep for that. This makes It
hard to got a good foundation for a
dam , and the result Is that every
season of high water in the state
brings in its train the destruction of
a dozen or more dams. Then too ,
streams are charged with soil from
their beds and from the fields , and
this settles above tbo dams , some
times Hilling up the streams above
the dam and entirely cutting off the
wheel from its water supply. Owing
to these difficulties comparatively few
of the streams are used to any great
as sources of power , and many mills
that have nt first obtained their pow
er from dams , have put in engines
and turned to steam power as more
reliable and not much more expen
sive , cost of keeping up dams con
Nevertheless it is trying to an
economical man to see good water
power go to waste while the prlco
of coal goes higher nnd higher. At
Ilushvlllo they are considering a
plan to harness Pine creek so as to
make It furnish power to run a mill
and to light the town. It la esti
mated that ono year of this would
effect a saving that would pay first
cost of dam and plant , and after tbat
the town would have plenty of power
at nn insignificant cost. There is
talk of forming a company of busi
ness men for furthering the project.
Real Estate Record.
The following transfers are report
ed by Chester A. Fuller , Norfolk. Ne
braska , for the week ending November
7. 1901 ! :
Alexander Gordon ct al ex
ecutors , to T. F. Mommln-
gor ami Kmll Winter wd all
of 23-23-1 ? 9,000 00
Durlnnd Trust Co. to Win. G.
Burner wd lots 12 and 13
blk 1 Mnthowson's 2nd add.
Norfolk 200 00
Geo. Zimmerman and wf to E.
C. Hightower wd 'ot 2 bile
4 R. W. Day's add. Battle
Creek 1,200 00
1C 1 in Ira L. McElhocs ct al to
Win. McVittio wd blk 25
F. W. Fritz add and w 22 ft
lots a. and -1 blk 28 F. W.
Uarnes' 2nd add Madison. 390 00
.1. A. Wilson and wf to U. B.
Webb wd lot 7 Beels' add
Norfolk 250 00
P. T. S. Co. , to John Ochachor
wd lot 0 blk 37 P. T. S.
Go's. 2d add. Battle Creek. 72 00
Norfolk R. E. & Imp. Co. to
William W. Dean wd lot
21 blk 7 Riverside park
add Norfolk 100 00
E. T. McGeheo and wf to C.
II. R. Bonn wd pt nJX : nw 4
7-21-1 4,225 00
C. J. Illsson to his wf Verona
E. Hixson wd noi 9-23-4. . 1 00
Warren Hurlbort and wf to
Wm. Harosnapo , wd lot 4
blk 5 Dorsoy Place , Norfolk 1,500 00
J. H. Flchlor to V. P. Schmidt
wd pt neVi no'/i 5-21-1 600 00
Sylvester M. Lewis nnd wf to
Ollvo Pondorgrast wd pt
sett soVi 23-24-4 250 00
Conrad Werner Jr. , nnd wf to
Mary E. Stuckwisch wd
n } no4 and n % nw i
20-24-2 2,500 00
"World's Fair. "
A St. Louis world's fair information
bureau has been established at 1C01
Farnam St. , Omaha , Neb. , in charge
of Harry E. Moorcs , where all information
mation will bo cheerfully furnished
free of charge.
Yours truly ,
Harry E. Mooros ,
Q. A. P. D.
For sick headache try Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver tablets ; they
will ward off the attack if taken in
tlmo. For sale by Kiosau Drug Co.
Perhaps You Wonder
if tbo tormenting cold that made last
winter one long misery will bo as
bad this year. Certainly not , if you
take Allen's Lung Balsam when tick
ling and rawness in the throat an
nounce the presence of the old en
emy. Do not expect the cold to wear
Itself out. Take the right remedy in
time. Allen's Lung Balsam is free
Stepped Against a Hot Stove.
A child of Mrs. Geo. T. Benson , when
getting his usual Sunday night bath ,
stepped back against a hot stove
which burned him severely. The child
was in great agony and his mother
could do nothing to pacify him. Re
membering that she had a bottle of
Chamberlain's Pain Balm In the house
she thought she would try It. In less
than half an hour after applying it
the child was quiet and asleep , and in
less than two weeks was Veil. Mrs.
Benson is a well known resident of
ICellar , Va. Pain Balm Is an antisep
tic liniment and especially valuable
for burns , cuts , bruises nnd sprains.
For sale by Kiesau Drug Co.
Do you feel broken down and does
your system need nourishment ? Just
take Man-Er-Vlno tablets , the world's
greatest remedy for the nerves , brain
and blood , and watch results. Kie
sau Drug Co.
Why suffer with your kidneys ?
The discovery of Kldnoy-Ettes has
proved a blessing to thousands' of
kidney sufferers who have been re
stored to perfect health. These tab
lets drive the diseased germs out of
the system , and wo urge all sufferers
to give this scientific and successful
kidney remedy a trial. Prlco 25
cents. Kiesau Drug Co.
The Best Remedy for Croup.
[ From the Atchtson , Kan. , Dally
This is the season when the woman
who knows the best remedies for croup
Is in demand in every neighborhood.
Ono of the most terrible tilings in the
world Is to bo awakened in the middle
of the night by a whoop from one of
the children. The croup remedies are
almost as sure to bo lost , in case of
croup , as a revolver Is sure to bo lost
In case of burglars. There used to bean
an old-fashioned remedy for croup ,
known as hlvo syrup and tolu , but
some modern mothers say that Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy Is the bettor ,
and does not cost BO much. It causes
the patient to "throw up the phlegm"
Quicker , and gives relief in a shorter
time. Give this remedy as soon as
the croupy cough appears and It will
prevent the attack. It never fails and
Is pleasant to take. For sale by Klo-
sau Drug co.
The Illinois Horse Co. can supply
GO pedigreed draft stallions ; 30 of
them imported ; 5 breeds Perchoron ,
French Draft , English Shlro , Belgian
Clyde ; 6 colors black , brown , bay ,
roan , gray ; rich blood , extra shire
breeders 2 to 5 years old. Some will
make 2100 pound horses. Easy pay- _
ments. The general manager will be
In Sioux City for a week. 22 Balton
block. Permanent address , Des
Moiues , Iowa.
Sick Headache ?
Food doesn't digest well ? j
Appetite poor ? Bowels * ---j
constipated ? Tongue coated ? j. .
It's your liver ! Ayer's Pills $
are liver pills ; they cure dys
pepsia , biliousness.
Want your molistatliH or lienrd a beautiful
urow M or i Irh lilnck ? Tlion USD
BUCKINGHAM'S ' DYE fes
to CT > . or DRUGGIITI , on R p. Hut. 4 Co. , NMHUA , N H.
Allen's Foot-case , a powder. It cures palnfnl ,
smarting , nervous feet and Ingrowing nails , and In
etantlytakesthostlngoutof coriisand bunions ll'i
the greatest comfort discovery of the age , Allen's
ioot-Knso makes tlctitorneivehocafcclettsy. Itlsa
certain euro for ewpatlntr , callous nnd hot , tfrcd. ach-
IIIR feet. Try It toilay. Sold by all druccUtsandshoe
! ? i0riM. ll.yn > 'lllfor5c'ln'tRlnl" ! ! ' Trial imckare
F1UK. : Addre < s. Allen 8. Olimtcd. La Hoy. N. Y.
Digests what you eat.
Thl3 preparation contains all of the
dlgcstants and digests all kinds of
food. It gives instant relief and never
fails to cure. It allows you to eat all
the food you want. The most sensitive
stomachs can take it. By Its use many
thousands of dyspeptics hii"0 beeu
cured afteroverythlnff else failed. la
unequalled for the stomach. Child *
ren with xvcaic stomachs thrive on It.
Cures all stomach troubles
Frepaied only by E.G. UEWirr&Co. , Clilcogfl
< vbotl.bot'i'niilHlnsJ1.4 ! tlmcstliuSOc. slxo.
Sold by Kiosau Drug Co.
Wild * ? 7KKli lM7i Mrs. Rorer
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