The Norfolk weekly news-journal. (Norfolk, Neb.) 1900-19??, August 11, 1905, Page 4, Image 4
o , AUGUST n. 1005. NOHPOLK NEWS : PUIDATt , AUGUST ,11 , , 1905. THE NOR.FOLK NEWS AV. SV. IIUJU3 , PnlilUhrr. DAILY. [ Kutnbllilicil 18S7. ] Kvcry Any except Hutular. Hr cur rier per weak , 16 eonM. lly Norfolk poMoinco delivery , i or ycnr. Id 00. lly lunll on rural route * unit outnltlo of Norfolk , per yonr , IS. 00. WISKKI.V The Now * . ICHtnliimiiPil , 1SS1. The Journal , ICntitlillnlioil , 1X77. Every Krltlny. lly mull per your , J1.60. I'ntcrod nt Ihn poMnllton nt Norfolk , Not ) . , nn ncconil clnns mutter , Telephone * ! Kitltnrmt Oopurtinont , No. 22. nunlliaitn Olllco unit Job Ilooinn , No. 11 22. _ There uro xutno days in August as rnro ns any Hint might possibly coino along In Juno. It Is something of u question which first got In print again , Alton I ) . Parker or Put Crowo. Tuft linil tlio thno of IIH ! llfo with the Jap * . So did KojostvotiHky. lint ( Somehow It was different. The board of equalization ovldontly did not menu nil the honors for raining things to go to the farinoni of thu Btnto. The Japs nro making BIIVO of Sak- liulln Island during the tlino the en voys nro Rotting together nntl Hlrlvlni ; for iionco. Colonel Wattorson IB homo to Join with Town Topics In forcing the proud crests of Now York's snmrt sot to n moro humble attltmlo. Slnco the discovery of graft In the agricultural department , It Is to ho hoped that the pettiest graft of nil , the distribution of garden seeds , will bo discontinued. A , southern judge tersely gives the following causes for the constantly In- creating divorce ovll : "Too much dry goodj for women and too much wet good ! for men. " Thin Chinese are to Imvo u dally paper - per published In Sun Francisco. It would jseoiu probable that thin publl- cation Would ho ahlo to show n few things * ibout yellow journalism. Nobnuka still has room for many thousands moro within Us herders , and thoVsplondld crops of the state this season will prove a great adver tisement tor Its resources and advant ages , j If thorl Is n way to prevent mos- qultos fnJtei hitting It may ho hollovcd that Now Orleans will find It out. As the only moans of Infection the long- legged Insects will ho persistently dodged Since Pnul Morton's ' salary was cut ho only gets $80,000 a year , and yet there are whole families who have not had their wages reduced , who get along on less and manage to nay their grocery bills , When an editor of n Now York so ciety Journal will deliberately throw himself In front of n moving train It may ho taken us notice to the world that the position Is not the nearest thing to a "snap" that might bo con- colved of , The Nebraska mosquito lnay not liavo that streak of "yellow" In his mako-up iWf ! MIS f0ui8jnim f0now pos. sosses''V.'ut Micro Is no discounting the keenness and vigor of. the tool ho uses in perforating the epidermis of the average Nebrnskan. Attorney General Brown Is now to take a turn at anti-trust tatlcs and baa commenced a suit against the alleged grain trust that ho hopes will result In Its dissolution , and there are many people In the state who will wish him well In bis undertaking , f , Norfolk might sot an emamplo for the public generally by trimming the weeds on Its lot occupied In part by the West Side engine liouso. It cannot expect the ordinary citizen to keep much ( n advance of the pace It sots In the matter of public enterprise. The nation which wants peace and Its rights must bo ready to fight for them on land or sea. If It Is fully equipped for any emergency the chances are It will bo treated with re spect by other nations of the earth and bo allowed to enjoy peace and prosperity. The cleaning out of graft In the de partments Is a work that Interests President Roosevelt and ho Is tempted to return from his summer homo to take a band In the scrimmage. Ho is an old hand at the business and Is as keen for the fray as hounds that smell bear In the air. It Is Intimated that Gov. Mlcke > would servo the state two years more after his present term In the govern or's chair has expired , If the dear pee pie would Insist. But they won't. The people know when to let well enougl alono. There Is not much to criticise In the governor's present administra tion , but the less said about his first ( qrm the hotter. The republican party- Is' wlso enough to allow him to retire to bin OHCoola farm while his credit In good. Another term might bring a repetition of the first two years ho prnnocd around the slnto house play- lug the part of governor. After returning Indictments against inn clll/.i'iiH of Wisconsin jho grand Jury session at Milwaukee has taken a recess anil vacation for n couple of weeks. After a well earned rest It Is possible that the Jury can find some thing woilhy of Investigation on the pait of every other citizen of Milwau kee. A Chicago police-man tried a now method of stopping an auto going at a reckless speed through the streets , lining 11 Hiiro shot ho succeeded In punclurlng a tire without Injuring the occupants of the vehicle or the by standers. The next policeman to fol low the precedent might not bo so skillful with his shooting Iron. The Milwaukee grand Jury appears to have no regard for wealth and has Indicted one of Its wealthiest cltl/ons for stealing some few thousands of dollars. If they convict and punish , now , the system will have added con siderably to the esteem In which It Is hold by the people of the country since the Indicting business began to assnmo proportions. Incompetent gunners , bad shells and mutinous crows are all that Hojostvon- sky lays up as the reason for his de feat. If ho had Included olllcors that wore not bettor than the men and punk vessels ho might Imvo Itemized the whole bunch of trouble that led up to his calamity. It would , Indeed , bo a hard proposition to go Into Imttlo with such disadvantages. The railroad ofllclals of the northern lines are beginning to assort early that the strength of the telegraphers' strike has been broken ami they are probably determined to keep nt It lato. Such an announcement on the second day of the strike may bo con sidered prompt If not premature by those who have had experience with other strikes. PIttsbnrg steel plant was preparing to operate double time , but when It came to look over the forces available for the work skilled workmen were not to ho found. Kor a number of years now the Job has been hunting the man and there IH no Indication that It will bo any other way for years to come , and the hoys and young men should lit themselves to got In line for the salaries and positions open to ( horn. If they but prove competent and witling' ' . Japan Is not going to give up Man churia right away , If her purchase of railroad nmtorlal for use In that coun try may bo taken as an Indication of her Intention. If the Chinese go to making any rumpus about It the Japs bavo previously demonstrated what they are capable of doing In the pre mises. It will probably mean thrtl Manchuria and other portions of the far east will bo of moro value to all the commercial world than they ever were before , When all ttid world Is turning away from yellow fever patients and sus pects , Knoxvlllo , Tonn. , goes on record with an Invitation to come and make that their homo until dead or cured. The Tennessee city Insists tliat It Is too high an altitude for the germs to get a hold and keep It , and It IK anx ious to become an asylum for those who have boon turned out otsowhoro. Few other cities would care to extend any such Invitation , oven though they know themselves to bo Immune. The government Is showing Indlca Ions of a doslro to take n turn at mvlng the tobacco trust show why It should continue In business In an > uanner It may cbooso without Inter ference. Tobacco Is a lifxury , It Is rue , and the users of the weed have a bad bablt on which the government sees lit to draw for revenue when It sees fit , but It cannot see reason to lermlt men to accumulate collossa 'ortunes from the debased habit o their follows and will at least compo them to do so legitimately. The forestry service of the depart ment of agriculture has Issued a bill letln giving the terms employed It logging and lumbering calculated to aid "tonderfeet" who may become h any way associated with those twin li dustrlcs. The workers , like- the print ers or any other trade , apply peculla terms to implements and transaction which to the uninformed sound like Greek , and It Is sometimes awkward not to bo able to understand what they are talking about. The Commoner has already forgot ten that It was "supporting Roosovolt" at the recent election In the First con- gresslonal district and devotes Its front page last week to a caricature ol the president that Is Insulting In the J extreme and will probably bo resented by the readers of the paper who were convinced that they wore supporting the president by voting for the demo cratic candidate for congress. For tunately there wore not enough con vinced to defeat the man who will give Mr. HooHovelt real support , Now Orleans has called upon Uncle Ham to take a hand at an attempt to curb the scourge of yellow fever with which the city Is allllcted and the good old gentleman through his agent , The- ( idoro Roosevelt , promptly signified his willingness to do all In his power to curb the pest. Surgeon General \Vy- man has been Instructed to put the forces under his command at work , and If there Is any human agency that can servo to uproot the ovll It may bo expected that the government will put It to work In favor of the fever rid den city. The rush for lands nt Grand Junc tion petered almost completely out after the first few days and clerks wore withdrawn and sent to other points. The public Is not starving to death , It would appear , for the land In thi'.l section of the connf" . When the iiovornmont has something good to offer , like Nebraska or Prutli n.i- kola land , there Is no chance for the homesteads to go begging. Them maybe bo n day In thu future when the i.'tah Intuit ! will bo In demand , but the seek ers for homes are not yet anxious to take the risk. At the rate the state is uncovering property from which to draw a share of the expense of government and nt the levy made by the board of equali zation , there will bo several hundred thousand dollars moro on which to do business than It has ever before had , and besides there will bo a nlco heal thy sum to apply against the Indebted ness of the commonwealth. The now revenue law Is putting In some proper licks In favor of catching up with the slate while the tax payers can afford It and the action will bo appreciated by all good citizens. The strike Is once moro on and two great railroad systems are disabled , tons of fruit and vegetables are rot ting In the cars on the tracks , while commission merchants and producers are suffering loss and would-bo con sumers are seriously Inconvenienced , all because of a disagreement between telegraph operators and their employ ers. Of all modern Industrial meth ods the strike accomplishes least and Injures the most Innocent people. So ciety will have to rise In Its dignity and demand that arbitration at the hands of a disinterested court , whoso decision shall bo binding , bo compul sory as a last resort in those wran gles between labor and capital. Washington correspondents who are admittedly on the Inside of political plannlngs admit that Root and Tuft are the big men of the cabinet. More over , while both are of a presidential IZL > , Tatt. tloM Hoi aspire to the pros- fMliiy , but It liable to find a place on 10 supreme bench , when big arabl- ons would be satisfied. This leaves loot In line as Roosevelt's nuccessor , rovldlng ho meets bin yrcsent duties U the state department satisfactorily , ml people want him. It's a long way o the campaign of 190S , however , and mny things are likely to happen. It s pleasant In the meantime to think hat the country has men like EHhu toot that It can draw upon. The populists have decided to meet n Lincoln OH the same day that the lemopralS do , whether members of hat party want them or not , and have set September 20 as the date for their convention. This Is taken by the lolltlcans to moan ft bid for another whirl at fusion , but there Is said to JO a question as to whether the demo crats want to bo a party to such a deal or not. The populists will , prob ably , bo asked for a showing of strength to prove that they bavo any thing worth combining with loft out of the former fusion campaign , and there Is a conviction on the part of some that they will bo unable to show anything that the democrats might deslro. The republicans will probably wish the plan to carry that will muster the greatest strength for the opposition , as they will deslro an Indication that they are making a light after the campaign Is open. A walk-away would bo no fun , and would not call forth the antagonism that would muster the party strength. Two of the most Important meetings to the west to bo held at the Ixnvls and Clark exposition nro the congress of the National Irrigation association and the Trans-Mlsslsslppi commercial congress. The latter is to bo held August 1 Gto 10. and the former Aug ust 21 to 21. Each association basac compllshed much for the west and wll continue Its line of development as long as they receive the support o the people Interested. The Irrigation Ists now have a fund of thirty million ! for the advancement of the work am many Important projects are undo construction and consideration tha will mean thousands of homes and many ( billions In value given to the people of the country In fertile acres. The , commercial congress Is afl Im portant In HB way. It opens up terri tory to American trade and Invites the dollars of orelgn countries this way , Every state of the great west should bo well represented at both mootlnga and everything possible should bo en couraged that will advance the Inter ests of the people. Indigestion Cured. There Is no case of Indigestion , dys pepsia or stomach trouble that will not yield to the digestive and strength ening Influence of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. This remedy takes the strain off the stomach by digesting what you eat and allowing It to rest until It grows strong again. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure affords quick and permanent re lief from Indigestion and all stomach troubles , builds up the system and so purifies that dlsoaso can not attack and gain a foothold as when In a weakened condition. The constantly Increasing use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure by physicians of hospital and general practice of Itself tolls how this wonderful modern dlscovory has proven to bo the greatest dlgestant for the alleviation of a suffering human ity. . Its many cures of both children and adulta grows larger day by day. Sold by Asa 1C. Leonard. Hundreds of thousands of people use Ilolllstor's Rocky Mountain Tea as a family tonic. If taken this month It will keep the family well all the year. If It falls get your money back. 35 cents. The Klesau Drug Co. The attempt that Is being made to oust Secretary Wilson from the agri cultural department will not bo suc cessful , nor ought It to bo. Everyone regrets the grafting that has boon done , no one as rmich as Mr. Wilson , and this evidenced by his prompt and energetic determination to ferrlt out the rascals and got good men In their places. No man has yet done so much for agricultural Interests In the cab inet as Secretary James Wilson of Iowa. Ho has given practical results from his work , lias always been a high minded , efficient gentleman and his country will continue to honor and esteem him. Theodore Roosevelt can well afford to stand by and sustain a clean , able man , who Is eagerly using the broom to sweep out cob-webs which unfortunately got Into his de partment , and ho can bo depended upon to do It. The country wants graft and dishonesty exposed but it does not deslro that men of ability and Integrity bo set aside because of mere mistakes In their judgment of certain men. Wilson will stay. A Smooth Article. Wlien you find it necessary to use salvo use DoWItt's Witch Hazel salvo It Is the purest , and best for sores , burns , bolls , eczema , blind , bleeding , Itching or protruding piles. Get the genuine DoWItt's Witch Hazel salve. Sold by Asa JC. "Mr. Rockefeller is surprised because the people don't like him and thinks it unfair , simply because lie has been fortunate enough to acquire a largo amount of in'Mley. In this , Mr. Rocke feller does the people Injustice. They are not concerned about the large sum of money ho has gained but they are very definitely opposed Id the meth ods by which h * lids gained It. He represents Very conspicuously the spirit of greed and It Is one of the healthful signs of the times that tbe pcoplq are demanding of men of whom Mr. Rockefeller Is merely n typo who have spent their lives In plundering the public and built Im mense fortunes by crushing out other business men , shall bo given to under stand that they cannot do these things hd retain the respect of the commu- ilty. They belong In the class with ho feudal barons , highway robbers and criminals , and the sooner this Is realized the better. WeaUh honestly ; ained Is desirable ; vilshonestly got- en , Its owner deserves condemnation This Is all there Is to the situation Mr. Rockefeller. Don't wait until your blood Is 1m poverlshed and you nro sick and all ng , but take Holllstor's Rocky Moun tain Tea. It will positively drive out all Impurities. 35 cents , tea or tablets The Klesau Drug Co. Three Good and Just Reasons. There are three reasons why mothers ors prefer One MInute Cough Cure First , It Is absolutely harmless ; second end , It tastes good children love It third , It cures coughs , croup ant whooping cough when other remedle fall. Sold by Asa K. Leonard. On Saturday Mr. L. C. Bargelt ended his connection with this paper , and In a few days bo will leave for the Pa cific coast , whore ho expects to engage In business for himself. Mr. Bargelt has been one of the strong factors ol The News and the office will bo sadly lonesome without him , while the worli of his ready pen will bo missed b > readers of the paper. Fourteen years ago ho came to work upon The News and with the exception of three years when ho was In Tllden running a pa per for himself , ho has been with li ever since. Ho has served In every ca paclty offered by the office , from press feeder to editor , and In each position ho has acquitted himself with credit. Honest , conscientious and trustworthy , a tireless worker and always on the alert for the Interest of the paper , ho Is n most valuable man In a newspaper ofllco. Not alone Is ho a good news paper man but ho Is genuinely whole hearted , willing and anxious to lighten the burden of a follow workman , and his very presence serves as an Inspiration to those with whom ho Is connected. Ho will leave for Portland , Oregon , next week , and It Is his Intention to purchase a newspaper In ono of the towns in that locality. The best wish es of every person In The News ofllco will go with him In his now venture. Lawrence Bruner has again taken a stand In favor of the song birds of Nebraska In a bulletin recently Issued from the university. To force his ar gument homo ho reasserts that a loss of $100,000,000 a year Is sustained by fanners and gardeners through Insect ravages In the United States and Can ada. Allowing twenty-five Insects a day as the average diet for each Indi vidual bird Mr. Bruner places the re quirements of the birds of the state per day at 1,875,000.000 Insects , esti mating ono and ono half birds to the acre , which would seem low enough. The number of Insects to fill a bushel basket Is estimated to bo 120,000 , and therefore It would require 15,025 bush els to feed the birds a single day or 2,313,750 bushels for a season of 150 days. These estimates are considered low when Individual birds have been known to destroy from 100 to 500 In sects and vast numbers of Insect eggs. To have all these myriads of Insects turned loose against the crops Is what It would mean to have the birds killed off , and an Increase to three or four birds to the aero would mean exactly opposite conditions. It would seem that no stronger argument would bo needed to prevent boys , amateurs and hunters of birds for their feathers , from killing the little songsters. Mothers bo careful of your children. There Is no baby medicine In the world as good ns Holllstor's Rocky Mountain Tea. It makes the little ones strong , healthy and active. 35 cents. The Klesau Drug Co. Bilious Bill was agitated , And was much debilitated. People said ho had consumption. That was everyone's presumption. When ho lea-rned what was the matter Bill made all the doctors scatter. Now he Is his own adviser , Swears by Little Early Risers. The famous little " " pills "Early Risers" cure constipation , sick headache , bil iousness , etc. , by their tonic effect on the liver. They never gripe or sicken , but Impart early rising energy. Good for children or adults. Sold by Asa K. Leonard. ATCHISON GLOBE SIGHTS. Wo are all Mormons In our minds. How do you llko being addressed as. "Dear Sir and Brother ? " The Lord lovelh n cheerful giver. An Atchlson girl who has resigned icr position requests us to say that she did not resign to get married ; she vas fired. What has become of the old fash- oned man who , when asked where ho got his new suit , replied : "I sold eggs and bought It ? " There Is a lightning change artist In Atchlson a girl who can go up the treet In a white dress , and return fif teen minutes later dressed In n black one. An Atchlson woman has a mighty worthless husband. "She does her Own washing , " an Indignant neighbor said. "I wonder , " another neighbor added , that she Is not compelled to take In washing , with that man hangIng - Ing around. " The great common people have their living to earn ; they are Interested In such trivial things as the price of bacon , If coal Is going up. the neigh bor's new baby , and many similar In terests crowd their heart and brain to the exclusion of those two Important topics ; the whereabouts of the Baltic fleet , and the matrimonial Intentions of Mrs. Hugh Tevls. The big papers , conducted by men with high foreheads and higher salaries , should tumble to the fact that JJrs. Tefvls and the Bal tic fleet Infercs't ' no ono. If ono wont1 , i off and drowned with the other in ltr T" > the Incident would sell no extras. An Atchlson woman when In the cast recently made a personal visit to" a woman who conducts the beauty col umn In a big magazine. She fount ! she had wrinkles , hairs on her upper lip , freckles , that her hair on her head was straight and thin , and she was so- fat she waddled. The Atchlson wo man , who had been faithfully follow ing the beauty specialist's advice for a year , hasn't couio out of a tranco- yet. Many people have a habit of giving children , especially boys , a short an swer. A respectful question Is en- jrt ' titled to a decent answer , no differ- s' once from what source It comes. And no ono Is so likely to treasure up un fairness as long as a boy. Any old , , gray headed man will recall seemingly little Indignities to which ho was sub jected as a boy. Every advantage Is- against children , and when people are unfair with them they must bear It In. silence. But they remember It. GREER , MILLS & CO. View of the Live Stock Markets at' South Omaha , C. A. Mallory , Mgr. South Omaha , Aug. 10. The re ceipts of cattle are showing a reason able Increase at all markets , a larger- percentage of the supply being rango- cattlo. Choice corn fed cattle are not plen tiful , and with a good demand , prices are well sustained ; and as wo believe * the supply of this class will bo limit ed , wo have confidence in the futurer market for the few well matured cat tle. The demand for stockers and feed ers has kept pace with the moderate receipts and prices have advanced a- little , but wo still look for lower pric es for all kinds of cattle but the best In the near future , and wo advise our readers to operate accordingly. Good to choice fat dry fed cattle aro- selling at $1.75 ( > 5.15 ; choice to extra $5.1505.40 ; good to choice feeders $firstname.lastname@example.org ; fair to good stockers and feeders $3.0003.50. Wo believe some of these fleshy 1050 and 1200 pound steers of good quality can bo bought worth the money before long , and If any of our readeres bavo any idea of buying any cattle of any kind this fall , they should wrlto us soon as possible just how they arc fixed. fixed.Wo Wo make a specialty of buying feed ing stock of all kinds , and give this branch of the business our personal attention , and know that we can buy ; what any one wants and give as good advices and services as any ono In the trade. Feeders should study carefully all of the conditions and operate when , they are favorable. Hogs. The hog trade continues to > fulfill our predictions , and we are very- glad to bavo our advices aud work so- . well appreciated. \ ) Wo are Still adding to our list of shippers in this department , and as we also give our personal attention to the hog branch of the business and give only the unselfish and best ad vices obtainable from all the markets , , wo are In position to produce good re sults for our patrons. The provision market has reached" the high point of the year , and so have hogs. Wo look for moderate receipts this month , and while present prices are high , wo do not sec anything In the \ situation to warrant anything moro r than natural or temporary reactions this month. The bulk of the hogs are selling at $5.8005.90 , with tops at $5.95. Sheep and lambs are scarce , and' ' prices are the highest over known at this season of the year for everything , wearing wool. Wedding Invitations. Invitations have been Issued by Mr ; and Mrs. Roland for the marrlago of their daughter , Miss Evelyn Belle Ro land to Mr. Mason Charles Fraser , which will take place at the homo of the bride's parents next Wednesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Fraser will live In a new homo which Is being : built now In The Heights , on South Seventh street. TEAMSTKR. . . Team and Job work of all kinds , done promptly. Good service. Sand and Gravel Fnrniihed. 80 ] ' . Flril Strut I. T , COOK , EdglWlfer Park'- O. R. MEREDITH , D.O ( OSTEOPATH. i Ollice , Collon Block , 'Phone Black 23. Ke.ldence lee North Trnltl .Street. 'Phone 13 Dyspepsia Cure Gives rest to the stomach. Cures Indlcostlon , dyspepsia , sour stomach , -I t tired stomach , weak stomach , windy stomach , puffed stomach , nervoue stomach and catarrh of the stomach. A guaranteed cure. Iliptrta n tbi L4b- Dloomtm What Yea Eat DolUrbittUholtnU or UrrofI.O.D WU ilmksm th Dfomth Swtt tlmti > i tank 11 th Am m floe * . txltl , r 10 t at Ui . SOLD BY ASA K. LEONARD.