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s NM < > ' < 'out NKWS I-MMDAY - .JULY u
SESSION OF TUB ELKHOHN VAL
HELD IN THE CITY YESTERDAY
A Good Attendance and .in Interesting
Meeting Papers Timely and ProfitAble -
Able Closes With n Bnnquet .it the
| FOU' | U'flhlOtMlnV' * I'llllV 1
The summer mooting of Ilio KIU-
born Medical society , hold In this city
yostoiday nftornoon unit IIIHI night ,
W.IH unusually well attended for
Hiiiiinicr mooting. It Is the universal
experience ( lint wlioro an organlza
tlon has 100 members It IH rarely pos
sible to secure tlio attendance of
inoro tliun n iiunriiin i\t n mooting , lint
nl the mooting yesterday fully 2Ii per
oont of tbo members were present.
Anil tbo medics seemed to enjoy tbolr
mooting , roturnlng to tbotr homos this
morning Inspired with now IdoiiH and
physically refreshed by tbolr day off
The meetings vvoro bold In the Kilts
bnll. whllo tbo olnb roomn were used
according to tbo purposes for which
tboy nro Intondod. The llrst mooting
was bold at 2 o'clock In tbo nftor
noon. nnil tlio business not being com
pleted a. short ovonlng ticssloiiVIIH
bold , tbo al'fnlr closing with a banquet
at the Oxnanl bolol at 0 o'clock.
Dr. Conwoll of Nollgh , proHldont of
HIP association , called ibo mooting to
order nt " o'clock , when ibo program
wns carried out practically IIB an
nounced. The papers read were all
Interesting from a modlcal stand
point , moat of tbo snbjects bolng now
and treated from the standpoint of
personal oxporlcnco. The program an
given follows :
Arizona as a Resort for the Tuber
culosis , F.t. \ . Frlnk , Newman Orovo.
Cystitis. Hwlng Drown , Omaha.
Ttcsponslblllty In ICar Diseases of
Children , 0. H. nicknoll. Oinahn.
Kpllopfcy Its Medical and Neurological -
logical Aspects. , T. M. Alkln , Omaha.
Epilepsy Its Surgical Treatment.
A. C. Stokes , Omaha.
Adolescent Insanity , Halllo L. Kw-
Ing , Omahu.
Tbo Relation That Hypnotism
Hears to Medicine. , T. .1. Williams.
Potency of the' Typo , J. II. Maokay ,
The General 1'ractltlonor as a Spo
clallst , .liillus Llngonfcldor , West
Dr. Hallo L. Kwlng Is tbo only wo
man member of tbo association and
her paper on Adolescent Insanity at
tracted unusual Interest. Whllo It
was being delivered , about twenty
members of tbo Norfolk Woman's
club were present and gave close at
tention of the snliject.
At S o'clock" the association con
vened again and listened to a paper
from Dr. Walters of Norfolk' on
"Drain Tumor an InterestingCaso. . "
Then tbo doctors marched to tbo
Oxnanl hotel , where a banquet Ifad
boon prepared. Tbo dining room was
nicely arranged for the occasion , and
tbo feast that wart placed before the
gentlemen of pills and knife was Just
tbo right thing.
Dr. Long , secretary of tbo associa
tion , acted as toastnmstcr. and ho
performed his duties In a most happy
Ilov. J. V. Pouohor , pastor of tbo
M. K. church , was first called upon ,
and bo spoke of the similarity of min
isters and doctors , one ministering to
the human soul , uid endeavoring to
save. It , the oliioi ministering to tbo
human life ami attempting to save It
IIo commended tbo cheerfulness of
doctors iu splto of long hours and Ir
regular manner of living , and tlio
great , charity of the medical profes
sion. Ho wondered what finally be
comes of doctors , since In liin ton
years of work be has never preached
u funeral sermon for one.
Dr. Hallo L. Kwlnp of Omaha next
responded to a toast , taking for her ,
subject "Woman in Medicine , " which
she treated brlolly but well. ,
Dr. StoUes of Omaha was called on
next , and responded to the toast ,
"Omaha Doctors , ud the TClhhorn Val
ley Medical society. " The doctor
made an earnest plea for a larger at
tendance and spoke at some length
of the great benefit obtained from the
Dr. Dear , In his usual happy vein ,
responded to the toast "Local Talent. "
Pr. J. E. Summers , jr. . of Omaha
was called upon to say something fur
ther about the Omaha physicians.
Ho compared early times of the doc
tors In Omalm with the present , show
ing under what disadvantages they
worked In early days. In a compari
son of eastern physicians with west
ern be maintained that the western
are more up to date and more compe
tent than their eastern brothers.
The doctors present at the meeting
are : Con well and Deattle of Nellgb ;
J. E. Summers , jr. , Bicknell. Stokes.
Alkln , Drown. Ewlng , Omaha ; Wil
liams , Wayne : Summers. Llngenfold-
er , West Point ; Gadbols , Humphrey ;
Paters , Stanton ; Weir , Chadron ; Tex
ley , Carroll ; Hartwell , Crawford ;
Long , Madison ; Tanner. Oattle Creek :
Dear , Mackay , Bryant , Pheasant. Ha
gey , Pilger , Walters , Tashjean , Nor
Now members were admitted to the
association at this session as follows :
Lincoln Riloy. Wlsner : Andruw Tex
ley , Carroll ; W. W. Frank. Monroe ;
A. B. Gadhola. Humphrey ; J. E
Ilartwell , Crawford ; Walter Pllgor
Norfolk , KwliiK Drown , Omaha
Thin beliiK the Hummer mooiing of
the iiMttoclalloti , now oIllotM-n were nol
elected , ( hone being ( 'lumen at the
winter mooting which In hold In Jan-
nary. Tb ( * pt'ODonl olllcoi'H are an
follow * : Pioiddoiili W. F. Conwoll ,
NollKli : Morotnry. F. A. Long. Madl-
HOII ; troamiiw. W. II. II. llagoy , Nor
folk. The nuclely WUM organised ton
vonrs UKO and Is now composed of
about 100 momhorM.
Atkinson , Neb. . July 1L' . Special to
The NOWH : F. I'l. Swlngley , cashier
of the First National bank , Is visiting
Chicago and other points In Illinois.
Miss HOHII Wilson of Iowa City Is
visiting with her uncle , A. C. Cross-
man. Miss Wilson graduated with
high honors from the Iowa state uni
versity In Juno.
Mrs. F. II. Chlckerlng of Omaha ,
who ban boon visiting Mrs. Gross
man , loft for her homo yesterday.
John Drady , who has boon In New
York City for the past ton days , Is
expected homo tonight.
Miss E. Sherman and brother Fay
are visiting In Atkinson this week.
TRINE'S HERD A CREDIT.
A South Dakota Man Selected From
Madison Star-Mall : Delow will he
found u loiter from Orion Porter of
Fairfax , S. P. , which Is self explana
tory and It will undoubtedly make the
lovers of pure bred oalflo fool as
( bough Madison county Is still on tbo
Fairfax. S. P. . Juno 23 , 1 DOR--John
Donovan. Madison , Neb , Pear Friend
John : After visiting several hunches
of cattle In your section and others In
Nebraska , I found that I bad made as
good a selection as could have boon
done elsewhere , and will say that .1.
O. Trlno's herd Is a credit to any sec
tion.Was In u select herd nt Fort Calhoun -
houn , Neb. , and did not find any young
stock that compared with those I men
tioned. Pon't forgot to send mo one
of J. J. Adams' catalogues of his full
blood Jersey sale. Find enclosed
Jl.BO for which put mo down ns one
of your subscribers.
Was sorry I did not get to fteo you
before leaving there , thanking you for
your kindness In showing me the
country around Madison.
I may bo able to use some more of
the same kind of bulls and will go di
rect to your town for thorn. Would
bo glad to have you come and spend
( ho Fourth with us.
I remain as ever ,
Yours very truly ,
John Honpstler'was hero from Mead
ow Orovo Sunday.
Fred Drecblor went up to his ranch
near Inman Monday.
L. F. Morz has his residence treated
to a now coat of paint.
Win Volk has his house occupied by
Chns ITlrlch roshlnglcd this week.
Next Sunday afternoon tbo Luther
ans will bold their quarterly mooting
at the church.
The Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Win.
Scliul'/ was christened in Lutheran
W. A. Sutherland treated the front
of the Hodman hardware store to a
new coat of paint.
John Dodgers has the opera house
llxed up in a line shape with now dec
orations and scones.
John H. Wlt/igman was visiting Sun
day at. the homo of hla brother , W.
A. Wtt/lgman at Norfolk.
C. W. Uurnbam of Norfolk attended
a directors' mooting of the Citizens
State bank bore Tuesday.
Tbo Misses Mice Hockmau and
Nellie Sullivan were bore on a visit
from Meadow Orovo Sunday.
Mm. Luobko and two little daugh
ters of Nollgh were visiting hero tbo
Hi Ml of the week at the 11. Htollo home.
The mission fost at the Lutheran
church wan well attended by homo
people last Sunday. Tlio collection
in ought $75.
A. H Oardels , who lives on ono of
Kent's farms cant of town , shipped
100 quarts of hand picked cherries to
Cody , Neb. , Tuesday.
Mr. anil Mrs. Trefliu of Madison
were visiting here the fore part of the
week with the latter's brother , Ed
Da IT , on the James Hughes place.
Ana Marshall , who met with an ac
cident with Howard Miller's team
while on duty some time ago , was dis
abled from work for two week's. He
parries accident insurance In the
Woodmen and just received $10.
John and Henry Aldag shipped one
car load of cattle , Fred Kyi ono of
hogs , John Mosor ono of hogs , and J
W Risk one of cattle to Omnha , and
J. W. Illsk two car loads of cattle to
Chicago on Monday. Malon Anderson
went along to Chicago.
Pr'f U. W. Df-nnlngor of Aurora ,
Ind. , arrived at Battle Creek Tuesday
for summer vacation at the homo of
bis parents. Rev. and Mrs. E Denntn-
< ? er at Oreen Oardcn. He stopped hero
for a brief visit nt tbo homo of his
uncle. Rev. J. Hoffman.
At the reunion In Meadow drove n
bas hall game was played between
Battle Creek and Meadow Grove Trios-
day afternoon. The score was 13 to
I in favor of our boys. Czar Johnson
was umpire. A largo delegation went
up to Meadow Orovo from Battle
Crook to see the game.
Repairing neatest , best , cheapest.
Paul Nordwlg , harness man.
Try our Now York buckwheat flour.
Feed store , Pacific block.
0. A. R. REUNION AT MEADOW
OROVE STARTS WELL.
CAMP BEAUTIFULLY LOCATED
Good Weather and a Dig Crowd Prom *
Ise a Success for the Whole Reun
ion Ball Games Every Day Big
Meadow drove , Nob. , July 12. Spe
cial to The News : The second day
of tlio Northeast Nebraska district re
union brings promise that the on *
campment IH to bo n success In every
particular. Crowds of people have
boon coming Into town all the morn
ing , and the Indications now are that
there will be the largest attendance
of any reunion ever hold by the asso
ciation. The encampment Is located
In the beautiful grove just at the
south edge of town , which la an Ideal
place for an outing.
Yesterday morning the local com
mittee formally turned the camp over
to District Commander Wldaman , who
revolved It on behalf of the associa
tion. The old soldiers were assigned
to quarters and annotincemonts were
The afternoon was given up to
speech making nt tlio big puvllllon
and In tbo evening there wns a camp
lire that burned until the late hours.
Mimic IB being furnished by the Dixie
carnival band , and local singers are
helping with the music.
Yesterday afternoon there was a
ball game between Dattlo Creole and
Meadow Orovo , resulting In a score
of 15 to ! In favor of the former. The
committee has hung up $300 in purses
for ball games during the reunion.
The game today will bo between Pll
gor and Plalnvlow , and tomorrow
Stanton and Creightou will cross bats.
The two teams which wlu In the
games today and tomorrow will play
on Friday for a purse of $150.
The program for this afternoon In
cludes an address by Hon. John A.
Ehrbardt of Stanton , past commander
of the state G. A. H. , who is already
hero , and the business meeting.
The old soldiers planned to have a
good time at this reunion and they
are having it. Their every want is
being anticipated by the local com-
mlttco and they are very well pleased
with their reception and treatment.
N. M. Bennett of Nellgh was In the
city over night.
Sheriff Clements of Madison was in
town over night.
Judge Douglas Cones of Pierce was
in the city over night.
Mrs. Antono Denklnger of Hum
phrey Is a city visitor today.
Attorney N. A. Ralnholt went to
Omaha this morning on business.
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Fisher of Wayne
were Norfolk visitors over night.
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Howard of
Wayne were In the city over night.
J. D. Keller and wlfo of Bonestecl
wore over night visitors in tlio city.
Attorney A. A. Welch of Wayne was
a business visitor in town yesterday
Harry Fuller of Osmond was In the
city tills morning on bis way to Wake-
Mrs. Ed. Lamb and child loft yes
terday for a six wcokn' visit to
friends at Rocky Ford , Col.
Miss Helen Welch of Clarinda ,
Iowa , Is expected in the city tomor
row to visit Miss Anna McBrido.
Mrs. Kendall Of Missouri Valley ,
Iowa , la h fo to ho present with her
son in his sore : i 111 let ion In the loss
of his wife.
Fred Barnes of Spencer , who has
boon visiting bis parents in this city ,
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Barnes , returned
Danker J. W. Stewart of Wlsner ,
accompanied by A. Bowman and C
H Hoff of the same place , was trans
acting business in the city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lev ! Beenior , Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Dcemcr , Mrs. Ed. Mllner
and Mrs. Helen Revlen went to Mead
ow Grove last night to attend the re
Guy Barnes left yesterday for Port
land , where he will attend the expo
sltion aud then if the country suits
him , he will likely remain permanent
ly In the west.
Miss Frances Long of Madison ac
companied her father , Pr. F. A. Long ,
to the city yesterday , and while the
latter attended the Medical associa
tion tho.young lady visited friends In
Comrades Wldaman und Matnu
wont to Meadow Orovo yesterday to
attend the 0. A. U. reunion at Mead
ow Grovo. ami Comrades Boswlck ,
VanHorn. McGlnnls , Satorlee. Weeks ,
Byorly aud others joined the camp to
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Rnmholt are
uxpoctod homo tomorrow from their
wedding trip to Chicago and Lake
Mlnnetonka. Mr. and Mrs. N. A.
Rainbolt will give u reception for
them Friday evening at Marquardt
F. G. Auringor , of the Nellgb mar-
bio works , was In the city over night
on hla way homo from Madison ,
where he secured for his firm a con
tract for a monument to bo erected
over the grave of the late John S
Robinson , to bo delivered In Septem
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Harper , who
have beou visiting friends at Plaln
vlow and Croighton the pant few
weeks , were In the city yesterday vis
iting the former's brother , Earlo , of
the Klesau pharmacy. They left for
their homo nt Poadwood , S. U , on the
0. II. Wllllanm , woHtorn represent
tntlvo of the Travelers Railway guide
In a city visitor. .
Win. XuU of Hoshlna was visiting
In the city today and looking after
C. E. Huriilmm goes to Tllden to at
tend a mooting of the directors of the
Elkhorn Valley bank , of which ho IH
Senator Williams of Wayne , accom
panied by Russell Williams , tbo boy
editor of tbo HoHklns Headlight. Is
In the city today.
Barney Lowslng of Petersburg was
In the city on his way to Anoka , Fair
fax and Donosteel , at which places
ho has landed Interests.
R. C. McCllntock. a roprcHontntlve
of the American Dond Protection com
pany of Minneapolis , was In the city
over night , leaving for Plorco this
Lovl Deemor In having bis barn re
built that was burned down on the
morning of July 3.
The regular mooting of the Norfolk
flro department will ho held this evenIng -
Ing at 8 o'clock nt tbo city hall and
President Nenow requests that there
bo a good attendance of members.
Mrs. David Damn entertained a
small company of lady friends nt a
1 o'clock luncheon today. Mrs. W. H.
Hiirlmlz of Oakland , Cal. , and Mrs.
Joseph Shoemaker of Omaha wore
guests of honor. The dainties of the
season were eiUlelngJy served and
the guests enjoyed a few hours most
Mrs. W. II. Butterlleld entertained
a company of ladles at supper last
evening In honor of Mrs. W. II.
Bucliols who Is visiting here from
Oakland , California. A pleasant even
ing In a weather way , enjoyable com
panionship and a fine supper com
bined to make the party thoroughly
M. L. Ogdon. who has secured the
contract for erecting the fifty-foot ad
dition to the Clti/.ens National bank ,
has men and a team engaged In ex
cavating for the structure and will
begin on the work of building at the
earliest possible moment , aa the con
tract demands that the building shall
bo completed by the first of Septem
ber , which will give but a Httlo bet
ter than a month and a half to finish
the work. Material for the building
will soon be placed on tbo ground and
the brick masons will hurry their part
of tbo work along as rapidly as maybe
bo after the excavating for the foun
dation and basement has been com
With the opening of the harvest
season It Is the beginning of the busy
portion of the year for the Norfolk
threshing machine men and the ma
chinery is being placed In condition
and put on display in all parts of the
city. The Norfolk Foundry aud Man
ufacturing company is especially busy
in getting its machines and traction
engines in shape to help handle the
big crop that is developing on the
farms In the vicinity of Norfolk. The
prospects are most encouraging for
a prosperous season for the mon ownIng -
Ing and operating separators and It Is
possible that more tnoaey will bo
made at the business thld summer
ami fall than has been made for many
According to the Headlight the Hos-
kins people are again having trouble
with their dam. This dam Is built
for no other purpose than for the
flro protection of the village. When
there Is a lire alarm tbo hustling fire
company hitohon to its gasoline flro
engine , connects with tbo dammed
stream and reaches with its hose line
any threatened portion ( X the town ,
and it Is suld that It has the host flro
protection of any town of Its size In
the state. The dam , however , gives
occasional trouble. There is some
sand in the crock bed and banks , and
when a stream of water beglnr. cut
ting through it ooon oats a hole In
the dirt that penults the dam water
li' escape. Some of the citizen : ? are
favorable to a movement to make It
permanent with rock and content and
an apron , but Mich a. movement ban
not yet been Inaugurated. It has
boon especially difficult , to hold the
dam pond through the excessively
wet weather of this nprlng with the
high water consequent.
Street Commissioner Richie and
his force of helpers finished up the
grading of Fourth street yonlerday.
H Is remarked by old residents of that
part of town that the street In now In
bettor condition than It has over been
before. The Ktreel commissioner
wants the new grade used and used
right. It Is a notorious fact that good
grades can bo ruined In a short tlmo
by Improper use. The thing to do IB
for teamsters to line tlio mlddlo of
the road It may ho n little rough at
tbo start but will s < xw wear urnooth ,
anrtln _ driving along Um nidcn of tbo
gnulo ruts tire cut that will complete
ly ruin the grndo in bitd voithor. It
now dcpcndn largely upon the team
sters whether the grade In to contln-
uo good during the hul.inco of tbo
summer. Some of Mm streets that
have been graded are entirely mined
by this habit of the drivers In dodg
ing the roughness that the grader has
thrown In the center of tbo street
and It would mean an advantage to
the city as well an tbo people who
drive if the middle of the road policy
was followed hereafter.
DEATH OF MRS. KENDALL.
Stricken Sunday Morning and Died
At 9 o'clock last night at her homo
is the only
High Grade Powder
offered to the
consumer at a
It should not be
confused with ,
the cheap , low
on the one hand ,
nor the high priced
trust powders on
In South Norfolk , Mrs. George Ken
dall who was lUrlckon sudden-ly Sun
day morning , passed away , the sorrowing
rowing family being at the bedside.
The remains will bo taken to Clarence ,
Iowa , the former home of the family
for Interment , leaving at noon tomor
row. Besides the bereaved husband ,
who Is a clerk In the office of Superintendent
intendent Reynolds of the Northwest
ern , a little girl four yeans of age and
; i little hey of two years will be com
pelled to get through tbo early pe
riods of their life without the care ,
advice and assistance of a mother.
A father and mother , Mr. and Mrs.
William Thoarer and a sister of Cla
rence , Iowa , are likewise bereaved.
They-were present when the final
summons came , as well as some
friends from Missouri Valley , Iowa ,
all of whom will accompany the be
reaved father and children to Cla
Mrs. Kendall's death was very sud
den. She was stricken with n severe
pain In her head soon after break
fast Sunday morning and was Imme
diately rendered unconscious from
which condition she failed to rally up
to the time of her death. All that a
loving husband and friends could do
were done In her behalf. As many
as five doctors were In consultation
over the case aud a special train was
sent to Battle Creek for Dr. Mackay
on Sunday and he was hurried to the
bedside of the stricken woman , but
all efforts were unavailing and the
end came last night. The doctors
diagnosed the cause of her death as
embolus of the brain , the forming of
a blood clot on that organ. It was the
same complaint as that which took off
Mr. and Mrs. Kendall have lived in
Norfolk but about a year , coming here
from Missouri Valley , but during that
tlmo they have acquired many friends
in Norfolk , particularly among the
railroad employes and their families
and all will sincerely sympathize with
Mr. Kendall and his motherless Httlo
ones in their sad bereavement.
This morning at 9:30 : at the home
of the bride's parents , Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Zuelow on Philip avenue. Miss
iVnnlo Zuelow was united in marriage
to Mr. Alexander Peters of Stanton ,
Rev Mr. Witte , pastor of the St. Paul
Lutheran church in which the family
of the bride hold membership , ofnc -
ing. Mr. and Mrs. Peters will at once
begin housekeeping in Stauton where
the groom is e.ngaged in the barber
business. The groom is tbo HOII i > f
Sloward Peters of the Norfolk hospi
tal for tbo insane and is highly es
teemed by a largo circle of friends
and acquaintances. Tlib brldo Is a
Norfolk girl wlio bar. a largo number
of friends to wish her well In her new
Miss Lizzie Lichtonberg and Mr.
Earnest Paul are to bo milled in
marriage this afternoon at ft o'clock
at the Iladar Lutheran church. After
the ceremony the relatives and a few
Intimate friends will be served with
a wedding supper at the homo of the
bride. It is planned to have a quiet
wedding because of the serious sick
ness of the father of the groom. Mr.
and Mrs. Chan. Biorndorf of this city
are giiestn at tbo wedding , Mrs. BlerK-
dorf being a nistor of tfe brldo.
The wedding ceremony Is to be per
formed by Rev" . Mr. Brnuer , pastor of
the Hadar church. Herman Ileckor
of this city who wont up on tho..noon
train is to act as groomsman and Minn
Ella Paul will bo bridesmaid , Tbn
young people will make their home
on a farm near Hadar. Mrs. Ueckor
and Christie Ueckor also attend from
Wm. F. Smith nud bride arrived In
Norfolk last night over tbo M. & O.
from Sioux City , where the ceremony
was performed yesterday which made
Miss Anna Flommlng become Mrs.
Wm. F. Smith. The wedding took
place in St. Joseph's church and the
ceremony was performed by Rov. Fa
ther Colauro. Tbo groom wan at
tended by Wm. Flemmlng and the
brldo'a maid wan Mlsn Katlo Flam
ming , brother and slstor of the brldo.
The happy couple wore the reclpl-
onta of many handsome and useful
presents. They were welcomed to
Norfolk last evening and will bo at
homo to their friends on South Third
street after July 15.
GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSRY
Old Settlers of Stanton County Cele
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Lobmnnn went
to Stanton on the morning train to
be present at the celebration of the
golden wedding of their uncle and
aunt Mr. and Mrs. Schwartz of that
city. Mrs. Pilger and Miss Edith
Schieborholm wont on the noon train
to participate in tbo same event. Mr.
and Mrs. Schwartz were married In
Germany , living in Wisconsin n whllo
before coming to Stanton county in
18CC , since which time they have
made that county their home. They
were among the earliest settlers of
Stanton county and a large number
of relatives and old-time friends are
assisting iu their celebration of the
fiftieth anniversary of their wedded
Within three days after the flro
which damaged the tobacco stock of
Albert Wilde , Mathewsou & Co. , rep
resenting the Milwaukee Mechanics
company , settled In full and satisfac
torily. The fire occurred on the evenIng -
Ing of July 3. The stock was only
damaged by water aud smoke , as the
fire did not get down stairs in the
building at all.
Short Jaunts for Busy People
Is the name of an Illustrated folder
containing an excellent map and many
Interesting and helpful facts about
hundreds of charming nearby resorts
reached by the Northwestern line.
Sent postpaid on receipt of 2 cents
postage by W. B. ICnlskern , P. T. M. ,
Chicago , 111.
Estimate of Expenses. s
TLe ways and tueana committee
submitted the estimate of expenses
for the city of Norfolk , ending May 1 ,
General fund :
Salaries or officers . $3,000
Ofllco supplies . 100
Printing . 200
Fire department . 150
Streets and alleys . 2,000
Miscellaneous . 1,700
Less miscellaneous re >
ccipta . ? 450
Cash on hand . 2,100
Street light fund . $1,700
Interest duo on bonds
due In 1907 . $ 480
lutercst on bonds duo
In 1911 . 450
Interest on bonds duo
in 1911 . 450
Interest on bonds duo
in 1919 . 1,710
Less amount on hand. . . . 890
To-jiay bonds due In
1907 $ 800
To pay bonds due In
Water fund $2,000
For repairs and extensions. . . . 1,500
Total amount to bo raised by
Receipts for year ending May 1 , 1905.
From saloon occupation tax , ? 2,750.00
From miscellaneous licenses 350.00
From dog tax 118.00
From general taxes 15,251.00
From road taxes , poll taxes ,
sidewalk repairs 1,958.83
Receipts from water fund.$1,591.46
Paid salaries 1.045.00
Coal and Supplies 2,387.87
Repairs and extensions 333.03
On hand 825.56
Julius W. Hulft. City Clerk.
O. R. MEREDETH , D.O
Office , Cotton Illock , 'Phone Black 23.
loy North Tcutli Street , 'Phono 194
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