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NORFOLK NEWS : PHI DAY , MAHl'Jl 28 , 11)06 ) ,
H. A. PASEWALK IS NAMED FOR
MAYORALTY CANDIDATE ,
JULIUS HULFF , CITY CLERK
W. H. Johnson and W. H. Bridge are
Nominated for Board of Education ,
E. J. Schoregge for City Treasurer.
fProm Monday's Dally. )
For mayor Herman A. 1'asowalk.
For city clerk Julius Hulff.
For city treasurer K. J. Schorcggc.
For city engineer W. II. Snlnion.
For board of education \V. II. John-
and W. II. Hrldge.
Little diniculty was mot In deciding
upon a nominee for mayor at the re
publican city convention Saturday
evening , and Herman A. Pnsewall :
was selected on the first ballot. The
indecision and lack of candidates ,
which had marked the Impending may
[ X oralty nomination for several days
previous was lifted Saturday evening
and sentiment crystallized about the
name of Mr. Pasowalk. On an Informal
mal ballot n majority of Uio votes
were cast for him , and ho was made
the party candidate for mayor on mo
tion. With the exception of nine votes
cast by the First ward for A. H. Klo-
wan , the other votes were scattering
and wore merely tenUitlvc.
Mr. Pasowalk , when given the nom
ination , said that he would like to
consider the matter until today.
The nominees for the other three
city ofllces wore named by direct nom
ination , and no ballot was taken. For
the two vacancies on the school board
five names were entered In the race ,
W. II. Johnson received the full vote
of the convention on the first ballot
tmd was declared one of the nominees.
The names of M. C. Ha/.en and Dr. C.
S. Parker wore then withdrawn , and
the nomination was given to W. H.
Bridge on the second ballot.
The central comtnitteemen from the
four wards were announced as : M. D.
Tyler , First ward ; J. M. Covert , Second
end ward ; W. A. Witzlgman , Third
ward ; and W. H. Livingstone , Fourth
Mr. Pasewalk Accepts.
Mr. Pasewalk announced this morn
ing that he had decided to accept the
nomination for mayor tendered by the
republican convention Saturday even
ing. While ho did not seek the nom
ination , and urged his friends to find
Borne one else when they talked with
him , yet ho realizes that to decline
now would be to leave the matter in
bad shape , and rather agalust his own
inclination he will stand as the candi
date for the sake of his party and his
friends , and ho will use his utmost
endeavor to place Norfolk In the re
publican column again.
Hcv. Tingling and Hev. Pantle of
Dayton , Ohio , closed a very success
ful series of meetings at Hlllsdalo U.
B. church last Tuesday evening.
There were twenty-seven conversions
and twenty-nine members were added
to the church. Wednesday evening
Rev. Ylngllng preached a very touch
ing and eloquent sermon to a large
audience in the M. E. church in Battle
Crook. Rev. Pantle conducted the
song service which was certainly en
joyed by all present. While hero these
gentlemen won many warm friends
who regret that they could not have
remained longer. They left Thursday
noon for Dayton , Ohio , but It is hoped
they will return again in the near fu
A citizens' caucus was held Friday
night at the Valley bank hall. It was
a big turnout , as there were about
seventy-five voters present. F. H. L.
Willis was elected chairman and Chas.
T. Richardson secretary. To elect
three new members for village trus
tees following nominations were
made : W. L. Boyer , D. L. Best and
T. D. Preece. The chair appointed
M. I * Thomson and Henry Neuwerk
as a committee to fill vacancies.
Peter Bussey was visiting here Fri
day from Norfolk.
F. W. Tegeler , known as the "Mayor
of Blakely , " helped to extend Tbe
Daily News subscription list.
St. Patrick's day was observed in
the Catholic church.
John Ray was in town from Valley
Malon Anderson has rented the Mrs.
S. Stollo farm east of town. The
place was vacated by Mr. Bonier , who
will move to Spokane , Wash.
Miss Ida Tomhagen was visiting at
John Fundum was shelling corn for
Fred Neuwerk Friday.
Joseph Zohner , who went Thursday
morning for an operation to the Luth
eran hospital , returned the same day ,
as the doctors decided an operation
would not help him any.
COMRADE OF JO WHEELER.
Major McLaughlln of Fort Randall
Fought With Famous General.
st Major John H. McLaughlln , the ven
erable soldier of Fort Randall , S. D. ,
who was of so much service to the
government In persuading the Rose
bud Indians to treat when It was de
sired to throw open the reservation ,
was a fellow soldier with the late
General Jo Wheeler , and Major Me-
Laughlin has written some of his rem
iniscence of Wheeler for The News.
Ho writes :
"Fort Randall , S. D. , March 8. Ed
itor Norfolk News : I see the name
of General Joseph Wheeler Is still on
record and I am pleased to loam that
none of the writers han one word to
Hay against him , and none could. I
have had the honor of serving with
( ienornl Wheeler. Wo were ordered
to New Mexico and ho took station at
Fort Craig until the breaking out of
the war when he , HUe many others ,
"With him to secede was Colonel
Uirlng , afterward General Ixirlng of
the Confederate army who , In bidding
the boys goodbye , tears streaming
down his cheeks , walked down the
lines and shook hands with everybody
In the regiment.
"Wheeler was a Napoleon In the
saddle. Ho loft his seat In congress
to battle for his country. 1 have the
honor of receiving letters from him
which I enclose and which I hope you
will return to mo for I prize them
nhnvo all riches for wo were boys to
gether. Ho has ono son whom I re
member , named after himself , and If
he shall ever have the record his
father bore , I shnll bo pleased to learn
it before 1 die.
"Yours most respectfully ,
"John H. Mclxuighlln. "
Ono of the letters from General
Wheeler to Major McLaughlln Is ns
"Headquarters Department of the
I-dikos , Chicago , July 20 , 1900. My
Dear Sir : I gave mo great pleasure
to receive your letter. It is true that
nearly nil of the old rlllo regiment are
dead. William II. Jackson Is living
at Belle Mead , near Nashville , Tcnn. ,
arid 1ms become quite wealthy. Lind
say died In St. Louis some time ago.
Tilford Is a colonel on the retired list.
Cressy died very recently In Califor
nia. Captain Duncan's widow and
daughter , who Is also a widow , are
living In Washington. Mrs. Duncan's
brother is now General John M. Wil
son , corps of engineers. It will give
mo great pleasure to see you If you
como to Chicago. Truly your friend ,
"Jos. Wheeler. "
In another letter General Wheeler ,
writing from Washington to Major
McLaughlln , says , among other things :
"I recollect that just before I left
Fort Craig that a sergeant or corporal
was tried for Insubordination. I think
the charges wore preferred by Me-
Quade. This sergeant or corporal was
a large , line looking , well built man ,
and the evidence against him was
pretty strong. When the prosecution
was over ho was asked If he had any
defense. The sergeant was brought
in and this Is the only question he
asked , "What was my character as n
con-commissioned olllcer1 McQuade
replied , 'Very insubordinate as a non
commissioned ofllcer. ' This was the
only defense , and I recollect that ho
was sentenced to 1 i months with ball
and chain , and to forfeit pay , office ,
etc. The war came on soon after
wards , and I often wondered what ca
reer ho had In the civil war. Do you
recall this corporal's name , who was
"With very high regards ,
"Truly your friend ,
"Joseph Wheeler. "
FIND ADVERTISING PAYS.
Nlobrara Merchants Use More Print-
ers' Ink and Get Results.
Niobrara , Nob. , March 19. Special
to The Ne\\s : The merchants of Nl
obrara arc showing a livelier interest
in advertising for business than they
have done before for a dozen years ,
and trade seems the better for It.
Stock buyers nro also taking a better
Interest to draw trade.
W. C. Mason , who has charge of the
engineering section between Fort
Pierre and Midland , was here in at
tendance at the funeral of the late B.
F. Chambers. He Informed The News
representative that Midland will bo
the best town between the Missouri
river and Rapid City in the Pierre ex
tension of the Northwestern.
Miss Lucy Brown has been retained
as hello girl In the local exchange and
Camp Dewey long distance office.
Extraordinary Social Event St. Pat
rick's Night There.
Pierce , Neb. , March 19. Special to
The News : A fancy dress St. Pat
rick's party was given In the opera
house here Saturday night by three
young ladles , In return for a dancing
party that was given by young men
of the city. The hostesses were Miss
Turner , Miss Wltten and Miss Hatlln.
The party was an extraordinary affair
and much enjoyed.
NOMINATE SONNENSCHEIN AGAIN
"Citizens" Party of West Point Puts
Him up for Another Race.
West Point , Neb. , March 19. Spe
cial to The News : At the primary
meeting of the "citizens" convention
held here , Fred Sonnenschein was nom
inated for mayor , Charles Malchow for
city clerk , Robert Korkow for treas
urer , G. A. Heller for engineer , F.
Hudurg for councilman from the Third
ward , C. Schwinck from the First , F.
D. Scharrnr from the Second , H. Koch
and J. Llngenfolder for board of edu
COLONEL KOSTER IS ILL.
Veteran of Nlobrara Must Keep Very
Quiet Because of Heart.
Niobrara , Neb. , March 19. Special
to The News : Col. Herko Koster ,
who has been consulting physicians in
Omaha for heart trouble , has returned
and was In consultation with Dr. Guy
Ira of Lynch Saturday. Ho Is advised
to refrain from any excitement what
ever and keep in retirement as much
If you have merchandise to trade
for land or land to trade for merchan
dise , write P. Q. Coryell , Norfolk , Nob.
OFFICIALLY DECLARED AS SUCH
CITY OFFICIALS ARE NOMINATED
At a Caucus Held In the County Sent
of Pierce County Yesterday Afternoon -
noon , the Motion to Call the Town
a City Was Passed.
Plow. Nob. . March 17.Special to
The News : PlciTo was olllclally declared -
clarod a city at n caucus hold yester
day afternoon and the following city
officers wore nominated for clod Ion
April U. For mayor , Woods ( Vines ;
for clerk. Frank Mohrnmn ; for po
lice judge. S. W. Llttoll ; for councilmen -
mon , WoHt ward , W. 10. Poworn. 11.
Uach ; Until ward , llonnun Miller , H.
W. Donaldson ; for treasurer , M. In-
Dr. J. H. Mnckny wont to Omnha to
M. M. Stannnrd went to Ploico to
R. 1C. Williams Is transacting busi
ness In Omaha.
.T , H. Farlln came up from Madison
last evening on business.
Will Hall wont to Columbus Sunday
to spend the day with friends.
Dr. O. R. Meredith went to Plerco
on professional business today.
Blair ( Ioff came down from Osmond
this iriornlng on business affairs.
Mr and Mrs. H. H. Petorn came
down from Osmond this morning.
ICinll Schrelcr , a prominent buslnoss
man of Verdlgro , Is In the city on busi
J. W. Humphrey came homo Sun
day from a long trip In the Black
P. A. Schurtz returned from a busi
ness trip to Iowa points Saturday
Harry Shrlder of Lafayette , Ohio ,
spent Saturday with his undo .1. A.
Shrldor , while on his way to Cheyenne ,
Mrs. H. H. Miller and daughter Miss
A. Miller visited with friends In Plerco
Clarence Parker of Spencer visited
ever Sunday with the family of Sam
Senator W. V. Allen of Madison
stopped over last evening onrouto to
C. H. Wright and II. J. Barkcs came
up from Humphrey last evening on a
Snnford Parker , register of the land
office at O'Neill , visited with friends
In the city on Sunday.
Dr. C. A. McKIm returned to Lin
coln Saturday after visiting for sev
eral days with Dr. Meyers.
Guy W. Barnes was In the city yes
terday from Tllden to visit his pa
rents , Judge and Mrs. J. B. Barnes.
Miss Elsie Case left Sunday noon
for Woolstock , Iowa , where she will
take charge of the telephone exchange.
Mrs. W. A. Vlgars and Mrs. J. H.
Milllkcn wont to Sioux City this morn
ing to attend the Savage production
of Ijohcngrln In English.
C. F. W. Marquardt left yesterday
noon for St. Anthony , Idaho , where
he went to look up a location for Ills
son , Rudolph Marquardt of St. Joe.
J. P. Adams , O. P. Masters and Bar
ney Caldwell , a trio of Northwestern
locomotive engineers , went west last
night to look at the Shoshonl country.
Mrs. Seth Jones of Wlnnotoon
stopped over between trains with Mr.
and Mrs. J. II. Van Horn Saturday
on her way homo from Ashland , Wls. ,
where she has been visiting for sever
al weeks. Her niece , Miss Morris , re
turned with her.
Robert Leu Is building a house and
barn on his farm seven miles north
east of the city , and will make his
home there upon the completion of
A general overhauling of the ma
chinery at the waterworks was com
pleted yesterday afternoon , and every
thing Is now in good shape for the
spring. The feeder for the new boiler
compound was attached to the boiler
and Its use inaugurated.
The Madison county teachers' insti
tute will be held at Madison August
13 to 18. The following Instructors
have been engaged : Superintendent
E. J. Bed well , Norfolk ; Superinten
dent J. A. Doremus , Madison ; Miss
Belle Newell , South Omaha.
A couple of tombstones were turned
over at the Korth Apfel establish
ment by St. Patrick celebrators Satur
day night. One of the stones weighed
a ton and must have taken several
men. No serious damage was done ,
though the stones wore slightly
Mrs. C. C. Illgen received n tele
gram tills morning from Dr. Somers
of Omnha stating that her daughter ,
Mrs. Louis Ottmar , who underwent an
operation for tumor , Is getting along
nicely. Mr. Ottmar returned from
Omnha , where ho remained during
the operation , Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Adams left for
Chicago yesterday , where Mrs. Adams
will make her home while her son
Clyde is finishing his course In me
chanical engineering. Mr. Adams Is
a train dispatcher on the Northern Pa
cific and will proceed to Minneapolis
from Chicago to take up his duties
Island agent said nothing to Indicate
that Hagerty was In sight , merely desiring -
siring , it is presumed , to know what
Hagorty looked like so that , in case
ho should turn up at Grand Island , ho
could bo spotted and that reward of
County examinations for eighth
grndo pupils In Mndltion county will
bo hold IhlH year an follows : Nowiimn
Grove , Friday , May I ; Norfolk , Mon
day , May 7 , Meadow Grove , Tuesday
May 8 ; WOH ! Kmortck , Woduomlay.
May V : Tllilon , Tluinulay , May 10.
llatllo Crook , Friday. May 11 ; Mmll
mm , Monday , May 11.
Kxcltoiuoiil In Norfolk readied HOIIIO-
thing of a high point among a Tow por-
mum yoHlonlay nftornoon when a ru
mor uprcad about the HtrcotH to ( hi *
offod that Patrick Hugorly , the fugi
tive O'Neill hnnkor , had boon appro-
hondod. The rumor proved to bo fill no
mid was biiKi'il on the fad that a Union
Pacific agout at Grand Island had telegraphed -
ographod to Agent Klsoffor at the
Union Pacific station here , unking for
a description of llagorty. Mr. ElHolTor
mild this morning that the ( timid
A number of complaints have boon
iniulo to Mayor Friday against small
IIO.VH , who make It a pradlco of shoot-
lug about town with U2-cnHhnr rlllon.
It IH iiHHorlod that Hovoral porsoiw
have had narrow onenpon from bolng
Hiuck ! with stray biillotH as they
puHHod along the Htroots. Hoys , shoot-
lug at plgooiiH , HparrowH and other
blrdH , have become careless and some-
tlntos the builds carry on no that they
endanger human life For thin rcamm
Mayor Friday will enter upon a otu-
sade against the UHO of the small rllloH
In the city , and will HOO that the city
ordinance against the UHO of llroaruiH
within the city limits In strictly on-
forced. According to the city ordi
nance II Is unlawful lo IIro n rlllo In
side of the city , and the law IH to bo
ouforcod Htrlctly horoafter.
Two young men living north of the
city were badly bruised and cut about
the face In a runaway accident at 1
o'clock Sunday morning. AugiiHt
Marquardt sustained a gash In his
forehead , two Inches long , and midcop
that the bones of the skull were per
fectly vlHlblo. Albert Brandenburg ro-
colvod moro or IOHH severe HorntohoH
about the chooks. The two young
moii were just starting to drlvo homo ,
tholr homo having boon kept In the
Krautllvory triable , when the ani
mal swung around and stinted back
for ( lie barn door. In thn turn tholr
buggy wan tipped ever and the drlvont
thrown upon the hard , rough road.
Dragged for a llttlo dlstanco , tholr
faces were bumped along the Jagged
highway and gashed at every bound.
Dr. Walter Pllgor was routed out of
his midnight slumber to care for the
wounds. No stitches were taken In
the forehead gash of Marquardt , the
hole being closed with adhesive plan
tors. No serious results arc antici
Sunday was a big day for the
churches ( hat arc engaged In the un
ion mooting , lu the morning the ovan-
gollst preached In the Methodist
church on the subject of "Heaven , "
and lu the evening to an audlonco that
filled the auditorium and nearly filled
the lecture room besides ho preached
on the subject of "Hell. " The afternoon -
noon mooting for men was well at
tended and a number of moil signified
a doHiro to llvo n better life. The
singing was a great feature of the
moot Ings. There has boon erected a
temporary platform In the chinch
which will sent nearly 100 children
and It was filled with the llttlo folks
who , under the Inspiring leadership of
Mr. Jackson , nearly Hang the roof off
the house. The Kolos by Mr. Jackson
both morning and evening were ap
propriate to the sermons and were
well received. The incetliigH will con
tinue this week. Every afternoon at
I ! o'clock will be hold the Pentecostal
mooting and In the evening at 7I0 : !
after a song service the evangelist
will preach. Mr. Olmstead Is doing a
good work for the churches which Is
appreciated by the large crowds who
come to hear him. A portion of the
high school orchestra ( insisted with the
music In the afternoon and evening.
They added greatly to the success of
The Influx of traveling men Into
Norfolk tills spring promises to make
qulta a substantial Increase in the
population of Norfolk. There are at
present more than eighty commercial
travelers who make Norfolk tholr
home. Besides this there arc always
from forty lo sixty or seventy commer
cial travelers who Sunday In the city
but who do not make their homes
hero. Last week three traveling men
moved Into Norfolk from other places ,
and there have been ono or more each
week previous to this for some
months. It has been a steady Inflow
with scarcely any moving away from '
the city. One of the resident com
mercial travelers said this morning ,
"I know of six or eight traveling men
who are considering moving Into Nor
folk right now. I would not bo n bit
surprised to see thirty or forty of them
move in during the spring and sum
mer. Over one-half of the traveling
men In this territory arc living In
Norfolk right now and the remainder
are bound to como. A few , of course ,
have homes elsewhere which they
own. Those will not come to Norfolk
If they can possibly get to their pres
ent homes every two weeks. Then
there are a few who have to go Into
tholr houses every week. These , too ,
will probably remain where they now
live. As for these who are not tied
down to tholr present homes , there Is
no doubt but that they will practically
all move to Norfolk shortly. The rail
road facilities leading Into every part
of their territory are such that Nor
folk Is desirable above every other
town In the territory for a home.
Then again It Is a good homo town.
Rent Is low enough , the cost of liv
ing is not great , and it is enough of
a city to bo enjoyable to llvo in. So
the traveling men are all going to
come to Norfolk to live. The United
Commercial Travelers have a lodge In
Norfolk and the T. P. A. a post. "
LAST MORTOAQE ON ODD FEL
LOWS' HALL IS LIFTED.
STORY OF PLUCK AND JUDGMENT
Twenty Years Ago the Odd Fellownof
Norfolk Determined to Erect n
Building The Handnome Business
Block Has Paid for Itself.
For Iho lli'Hl tliuo Hluoo It WIIH erect
ed lu ISSS the Odd Follows building
In five from debt , The hiHl Indebted-
IIOMH WHH loinovcd M'Hlonlny after
noon when Iho $1,000 duo on Iho last
mortgngo WMH paid , and Iho morlgago
WIIH turned over lo the officers of ( lie
lodgo. Special ovorclHOH will now bo
bold athloh Iho mortgage will bo
burned publicly and with ceremony.
The lilHlory of Iho building hi ono of
grout foroslghlodnoHH and pluck
Slattingllli bill $1100 In the Iroamiry
Iho ledge net out ( Union ! twenty yearn
ago lo build the proHont building.
'I'I icy oi'Kimlycd a building iimioclatlon
among the members of the lodgo.
With the money Hociirod from the
building iiKHodatlou and what they
could borrow Iho building wan erect
ed UVIIH dedicated In ISSS.
Hluco. the dedication of the build
ing the liicomo from It him boon iiuf-
lldeitt to wlpo out the IndoblodtioHH
of Iho building and to buy back the
Hloek from the nienibent no ( hat today
II does not roproHout a dollar of do-
nnMotiH. | | IIIIH dimply paid for Iliielf.
The mombeni , who took Hloek In the
original building nHKodiitlou , were
not only paid for Iholr Hloek but were
paid liitoroHl on their money an well.
Year by year the Income ban boon
coiiHorvod , mid n lltllo moio of the
ImlohtodnoHH against the building paid
off. The IiiHl mortgage , which ban
jiiHl been rabiod , wati made nlno yearn
ago for $1.000. During the Intervening
I line fit,000 of It had boon paid off and
It still had otio year to run. However ,
tut It WIIH poHHlblo to pay off the re
maining amount at this time , the pay
ment was made and the building
HliimlH today free from debt and a
Norfolk InvoHtmeiit that has paid for
ST , PATRICKFESTIVITIES
" Sisterhood" .
The UhrlokliiK SlHlorhooil , n club
rompoHcil of ncliool K\V\H \ \ , ( ; av < > a St.
rittrlck'H ihiy party Sutnnlay ovciiliiK
at the home of MIHHOH Ilortlm anil
Clara Mniinko. The IIOIIHO was prol-
Illy ilocorated In reon anil the KIUIICH
of the uvonliiK were llltewlHo Imllcii-
live of the ilny.
Thn homo of Mr. and Mm. H. W.
HoHwIrk WIIH the Hcunu of a pleasant
HiirpriKo Saturday ovonliiK , when a
number of the momliorn of Iho 0. A.
H. nnilV. . U. C. ealloil In a body on
I bom . A banket luncheon WIIH Horveil
ilurliiK the cvc'iiliiK by the porpetrat-
oi'H of the BiirprlHe.
Six O'clock Dinner.
Mrt ) . AKII K. I/uoimril ontortalneil fi
Hinall parly of her frlnntlH Saturday
afternoon. Six o'clock dinner WIIH
Mr. anil MrH. W. H. Vail were very
enjoyably mirprlHOd Saturday evening
by the nicinliorn of the M. H. A. , who
Hwarmuil In upon them and helped
thorn enjoy the evening.
A Dinner Party.
A number of the young frlomlH of
MHH ! Carrie and MaHter I IIH ! Thomp-
Hon were delightfully entertained tit
dinner Saturday evening at the home
of tholr parentH , Mr. anil Mrs. J. T.
Forty-two llttlo girls and friends of
Kvelyn Rlnnfl ld were very pleasantly
entertained at the homo of Mrs. K. L.
Stanflchl on South Fifth Saturday af
ternoon. The house was very prettily
decorated In green In honor of St. Pat
rick , although the party was really In
honor of Miss Kvelyn'a birthday ,
which occurred during the week.
An nt home was given Saturday
evening by Miss Kdna Incks and
Miss Margaret Austin at the homo of
Miss Loncks , 001 South Tenth street.
Green predominated In the decorations
and the Idea of St. Patrick and Ireland
was kept to the fore during the evenIng -
Ing . The tables were strewn with
ferns and carnations and festoons of
shamrocks hung from the chandeliers
to the corners of the tables , while
daintily decorated shamrocks were
'used ' for place cards. In the snake
hunt Miss Hoxlo Sturgeon won the
Hrst prlxo of the evening.
CONTEST AT BUTTE.
Declamatory Contest Was Held There
Hutlo , Nob. , March 19. At the
ty declamatory contest held nt the
courthouse Saturday night , Mary Bar-
ntim of Unite received the first price ;
Nora Marks of Lynch , second ; Grace
McFnrland of Butte , third. The Judg
es wcro oil non-residents of the coun
EXCELLENT SHAKESPEARE CLUB
Nlobrara People Study Literature
Thoroughly Plan Entertainment.
Nlobrara , Nob. , March 19. Special
to Tlio News : Nlobrara has a Shakespeare -
pearo club of tea years standing that
IH ono of thd iiioiil nctlvo In Urn whole
'onnlry ' KM Kindlon are I borough , and
nf Iho cloHo of Iho HIMUIOII It given a
nodal oiiloilalnmont of HOIHO kind
On April L' an iiniiHiinl gathering will
take pliiro al Ilin I'lcubylorliin rlmrcli
O. A. II Iliiico of Cn-lglitoii will glvo
r adlngH Horn Ilitmli't , Olhollii mid
King John. A fcimilo ( | iuirtot com
of MlHHcii Fry , Iliilhaway , Node
mil Oporcnsky , and u soprano iiolo
by MlHii draco I. Fry , will nimlxt In
the iMiliiititlnmcnl. Aflor Iho enter-
liilninciil Mr. llruro will 1m glvon n
good limn" by Iho club iiiyinliorH.
which ' ciinipilHiMi Iho icnclmrH nmjpro-
I'l'HHloiml mi'ii of the voiiiiiiiinlly.
TWO YOUNG MEN HELD.
Chnreyd With Dreaklno Into Slore.
Under Bondn of $500.
Lynch , Nub. , Match 17. SpccluKo
The NCWH : At the hearing of ( lion
I'liikcrmiin , William Taylor and Will-
I'1'1 ' .loliHui . liuigi-d with bmiklng
Into H. W. Light HOI-'H hardware Htoro
Hmiilay inoinlng , Johnson WIIH dls-
al the clone of Iho forenoon
for lack of ovldonco agaliiHt
him. The other two were bound to
iippciir In district court nndor $500
O. R. MEREDITH , D.O
Olllco , Cotton blonk , Anh ( ill , residence
donco , 101) ) North Tenth street , 'phone
You MUst Not Forget
Wo are c.onsliintily iniprov
ing in the art of malciiiL' Kiuo
Newest Styles in
Cards and Finish ,
Wo also carry a Kino Line
I. M. MACY.
W , J , GOW & BliO ,
NORFOLK , NEBRASKA.
Money on Hind.
She Has cured Tnousanas
I'mcl.ir.ing Aloopafchy , Home
opaihy , lOloetric ; m < l ( ion-
Will , by request , visit profcslonally
NORFOLK NEBRASKA. OXNAIID
ONE DAY ONLY.
IIOTICL , Tlll'KSDAY , AI'HIL 5.
returning every four weeks Consult
her wlillo the opportunity is ut liana.
1)11 CAI.mVKLL IfmltH her pructlc *
to the special treatment of diseases of
the < -ye ear. no o throat lungs female
illHi-iiHCH , illHcuHUH of ohllilrun and all
chionlc , nurvouH ami musical disease *
of u curable iiiituru . Karly consump-
tllin , bronchitis , bronchial cutarrh ,
flu null- catarrh , headache , constipation ,
Momurh ami bowel troubles rlunima-
IfHin , iimirnlKhi. sciatica , kidney dis
eases , might's iliHcam ) , dlscaso * of the
liver anil hlaililur , dizziness nervous
ness , Indigestion , obesity , Interrupted
nutrition. HOW | giowth In children , and
all wasting dlHcasoH Iti adults deform-
ItlfH. flub feet , curvature of the spine ,
diseases of the brain. paniHsls. heart
illHen p dropsy , swelling t the limbs ,
ntrl < line , open HOIos. pain In u < bonca ,
gi.unilar enlargements and all long
standing diseases piopnrly treated
Illoilll Illlll Skill lllNfllNCH.
I'ltnplOH , blotches , eruptions liver
HpotH. Hilling of the hair , bin ) complex-
on eczema , throat uleeis. bone pains ,
bladder troubles , weak back b irnlng
urine , passing nrlno too often The of-
fcrtH of constitutional sickness qr the
taking of too much InjtiroiiH medicine
receives HearrhluK treatment , prompt
relief and a euro for life.
DlHcasfH of women. Irregular mens
truation , falling ol the womb , bearlns
down pains , female displacements , lack
of sexual tone I.eneorrhca. sterility or
barrcness , consult Dr. Caldwell and she
will show them the cause of tholr trou-
bio and the way to boeomu cured
Cnm-crx , Co Her , KlHtiilii , I'lln. .
and enlarged Rlnnds treated with the
subcutaneous Injection method , abso
lutely without pain and without the
loss of a drop of blood , Is ono of her
own discoveries and Is really the most
scientific method of this advanced age.
Dr. Caldwell has practiced her profes
sion In some of the largest hospitals
throughout the country. She has no
superior In the treating and diagnos
ing of diseases , deformities , etc. She
has late opened an ofllco n Omaha , Ne
braska , where she will sound a portion
of each week treating her many pa
tients. No incurable cases accepted for
treatment. Consultation , examination
and advice , ono dollar to these Interest
DR. QUA CALDWELL , & CO. .
. * . . . Chicago , 111.
Address nil mail to D Building ;
Omaba , Neb.
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