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PUB NORFOLK WEI3KLY NEWS JOURNAL : FRIDAY , JANUARY 4. 1907.
REV. A. M , P. AUDOTT OF O'NEILL
A3K8 FOR $11,000.
LOST TRUNK IN DEPOT FIRE
Burned Oarjnagc Contained Sermons
and Lectureo nnd a Fnmlly Olble
With n Long Pedigree In It , All of
Which Lifted Skyward In Smoke.
AH ono result of tlin flro In Norfolk
last winter which destroyed the city
depot of the Northwestern railroad
company. Hv. . A. M. I' . Abbott , for
merly of Klglu but now pastor of n
church ut O'N'olll , haa entered a claim
for $11,000 dummy's Ho alleges thai
ho lost a tnmU In the lire nnd that
the trunk contilixd property to the
value of $11.000. This valuable prop
erty Included lectmoa and aormona
that the preacher had boon delivering
diirliiR bin mlnlBtorlal career and
which ho hoped to preserve If not to
deliver again. There was alno In the
trunk a family llthlo containing the
podlgro of a long family tree and the
loss of thIH old book added novoral
notch ( > 8 to the danuiKO figure. It IB
not at all sure that the Northwestern
railroad will allow the claim.
The trunk owned by the Hov. Mr.
Abbott chanced to bo Htorod In the
depot at Norfolk on the night of the
lire and among other valuable artl
clea , the sermons and lectures and
the family Bible lifted thomselvoB
heavenward through the medium of
No Liability In Case ,
It Is Raid that a railroad company
la In no way liable for a trunk which
la being carried as unpaid baggage.
It Is claimed that the trunk la merely
carried as an accommodation and that ,
Hlnco no faro la paid for the tninlc ,
the company Is no more liable for It
than would a farmer who should come
along with a team , offer to carry your
grip and then have a runaway and
lose the thing.
. FRIDAY FACTS.
V. 0. Halo of Atkinson Is In the
' H. R King of Tlldon was hero yes
Carl Hush of Crelghton was an early
arrival In the city.
Dan D. Harrington of Mndlson spent
the night In the city.
Mrs.j. \ . M. Hay of Oakdalo was n
Norfolk visitor yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Prank King of Stanton -
ton were city visitors yesterday.
Ralph Sutllff , who spent Christmas
In llawarden , Iowa , has returned.
Mrs. Geo. "Whaley of Columbus was
in the city a short time yesterday.
Walter Hrowu of Jlaztllo Mills ar
rived In the city on the early train.
C. 1' . Parish and S. R Hrsklno trans
acted business in Omaha yesterday.
Adolpb Moldonbaucr went to Stanton -
ton yesterday where ho will visit for
a few days.
.1. M. Kreader of Fremont , ox-sher
iff and a good fellow , was In town
I.V. . Alter of Wayne was in the
city over night on his way homo from
Miss rcdlth Sterner of Madison was
a guest at the Dostrom-Uarnes wed
Mrs. Paten and daughter Anna of
Fullcrton are visiting at the homo of
Ilov. . ! . L. Vallow.
Mrs. C. Llndslrom entertained a few
friends last night In honor of Miss
Anna Paten of Fullerton.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Vlgars returned
last night fiom Iowa where they spent
Christmas with relatives.
Mr , and Mrs. II. L. Snyder are ex
pected homo today from Indiana
where they spent Christmas.
Mrs. G. E. Schiller and children of
Central City are spending the holidays
with Mr. Schiller at the Oxnard hotel.
Joe Chadu , who spent Christmas
with bis sister , Mrs. .1. Livingston , left
yesterday for his home In West Point.
Miss Harriet Mather went to Battle
Creek yesterday to spend a part of
her vacation with Miss Bertha Rich
Mr. and Mrs. John Davenport re
turned from Slonx City last night.
They will leave for their homo in El
A. n. Heall , owner of the Norfolk
Auditorium , arrived In the city last
evening to look after business Inter
Miss Mamie Thill of Dell Rapids , S.
D. , formerly of Norfolk , was present
at the Bostrom-Barnos wedding Thnrs
day , and will visit old friends in the
city for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. M. O'Hrlen and daughter
tor Miss Nona O'Brien are expected
tomorrow from Anoka. They will
make this their home. Their house
hold goods have arrived. Their son ,
D. R O'Brien , is proprietor of the now
Racket store here. They will occupy
a bouse on South Seventh street.
Master Mechanic E. W. Pratt of
Missouri Valley passed through hereon
on train No. G last evening , going to
Mrs. Joe Stansborry of Wlsner
spent the holidays with Mr. aiid Mrs.
Ed Stansberry and returned yester
day to Wlsner.
Master Harry Moollck , while crossIng -
Ing the tracks yesterday , fell and
smashed his thumb quite badly.
Two of the engines that were in
the wreck near Alnsworth passed
through here on a train going to the
'Missouri Valley shops.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Chas. Long returned
from Lynch yesterday whore they had
been visiting relatives.
Chas. Durham returned to his work
at Hot Springs , S. D. , this morning.
Mrs. Durham will stay a few weeks
longer with her parents
Mrs Nettle Mush of North Dakota
Is visiting her parents , Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. nnd Mrn. Hert Donner arrived
homo from Missouri Valley on the
noon train. They had been visiting
Irs. Donnor'fl parents.
Emll Sehram wont to Ilonestool yea-
onlay to take charge of the switch
nglno In the yards there.
A largo parly of young people mot
it the home of Jean and Clara Grotty
Thursday evening nnd held a party In
louor of Ooorgo Case. U > o Williams ,
ohn Johnson and Frank Potraa , who
ire at homo on a visit from work and
school. All spent a splendid evening ,
n the course of which candy , poficorn
and apples were served by the girls.
A certain young man of the June-
.Ion started for Madison on the U. P.
.rain yesterday morning to procure a
narrlago license. Tlio young man
laving never been out of Norfolk , and
tot accustomed to riding on the earn ,
; ot off at Enola , ( bo now town south
> f Warnorvlllo. Of course this was
very discouraging and ho returned
ionic on the freight inlnun the neces
sary license. Arrangements were
undo over the telephone to have the
ICOIIHO sent hero by mall and , provld
ng there Is no other serious mishap ,
there will bo wedding holla ringing
lioro New Year's day.
Mosaic lodge announced a meeting
for Friday night , In apodal session ,
for work In the M. M. degree.
The debris and ashes loft by the
lire which destroyed E. J. Schorreg'
go's building on Norfolk avenue , are
icing cleared away.
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Boas have Issued
Invitations for a dinner party , to bo
followed by cards , for Friday , Janu
ary 11 , at 0:30 : o'clock.
Mrs. A. Osborn , who baa rented her
farm to J. W. White , will spend the
winter visiting relatives and friends
In various parts of Nebraska.
J. M. Covert has bought out the
rug weaving plant of J. W. White and
will consolidate It with bis own. Mr.
White has moved to the farm of Mrs.
A. Osborn , northeast of the city , which
ho has rented.
Born , to Mr. and Mrs. John Kuhl ,
> f Guthrle , Okl. , on Christmas day , a
son. His name Is Fredrlcks. A box
of clears came for Grandpa Gus Kuhl
Improvements at the Oxnard hotel
continue merrily. For more than a
month a force of several carpenters
have been engaged In remodelling the
hotel and It begins to look like a now
place. The woodwork will soon bo
coated with now varnish.
David City Is tor bo Included In the
route of the Yankton & Southwestern
railroad. Fremont Hill , promoter of
the projected line , loft Norfolk at noon
for David City to feel the pulse of that
city with regard to the proposed new
line. David City Is slightly southeast
of Norfolk , In Butler county , and
would throw the Hue either straight
from here to Columbus or else a bit
to the east of Columbus. Surveyors
are expecting to start work from
Yankton next week.
Members of St. Paul's Gorman Luth
eran church , north of the city , have
decided to erect a handsome now
church building In the very near fu
ture. Plans are already being drawn
for the edifice nnd as soon as the de
signs are finished , work will begin.
The now church will bo modern In
every way and will bo ono of the lln-
est structures of the kind In this part
of the state. The old church will bo
Olther torn down or used for a school
While Norfolk was not selected as
the place of holding the next annual
convention of the county commission
ers of the state , the Madison
county commissioners express hope
that they will bo successful In
their efforts toward that end next
year. South Omaha won out this time
because the representatives from that
city had delegates on the ground long
In advance and bad done the work
necessary to win before others ar
rived. A hard light will bo made for
Lewis Lehmann , an old pioneer of ,
Stanton county , died at his homo In
Stanton Wednesday night , Mr. Leh
man was the founder of Stanton , hav
ing laid out the town In the early six
ties. He has a host of friends in
Madison , Stanton and Pierce counties ,
; nany of whom will attend the funeral ,
which Is to be held Sunday afternoon
from the bouse , afterward from the
Lutheran church. Ho was eighty-two
years old. Ho leaves a number of
children. W. H. Lohmann of Norfolk
is a son. Ho was called to Stanton
Wednesday night and was there when
his father succumbed. *
Fremont Tribune : Frank A. Har
mon and Barney Aronson , who are
hero from Sboshonl , Wyo. , wore Tri
bune callers yesterday afternoon ,
bringing with them a fine sam
ple o copper ore taken from a now
mlno just being opened near their
town. This mine Is known as the
Williams-Lumen mine and is located
twenty-two miles northeast of Sho-
shonl on the east end of Copper moun
tain. It has already been sulllclcntly
developed to prove that It Is very rich.
The sample submitted assays more
than til per cent copper and Is worth
$212 a ton at present copper prices.
Mr. Lumen was grub-staked by Wil
liams and It was during this time that
ho discovered the deposit. Ho was
rewarded by. the purchase of bis in
terest for $50.000. Shipments arc being -
ing made to Denver smelters , which
will soon bo increased to a car a day.
Sbosbonl people are living In great
expectation of what the mine will defer
for their town , since the deposit Is not
only rich in mineral but the vein Is
sixteen feet In thickness. The stock
Is principally owned at Buffalo , Wyo. ,
and none of It is for sale.
SON OF A RANCHMAN NEAR MER-
RfMAN KILLED BY CARS.
WAS STEALING RIDE FROM CODY
When He Attempted to Get Off the
Train He Struck the Platform and
Fell Under the Wheels and Was
Valentino , Nob. , Due. 28. Special to
The News : Earl Fitch , son of a
ranchman residing near Merrlman ,
ivas Instantly killed and his body hor-
Ibly mangled by being run over by
maaengor train No. 5 yesterday at
Morrlman. Ho and several other lads
ivero stealing a ride from Cody and
n attempting to get off ho struck the
platform and fell under the wheels.
The coroners' verdict was that death
waa accidental and attaches blame to
JUDGE WESTERYELT IS 74
ollce Judge Is Declared More Spry
Than Boy of Twenty-one.
[ From Sttturdny'B Dnlly.J
Police Judge 1. G. Wostcrvelt was
seventy-four years of ago yesterday
and In honor of the event ho enter-
alned a number of his friends at a
smoker In the Eagle club room last
light. It was a delightful evening
and ono which will bo long remom-
E. A. Bullock was called upon to
make an address on behalf of the
gueats , toasting Judge Westorvolt. Ho
leclared that the judge , at seventy-
four , la more apry than many a young
man In Norfolk at twenty-one. The
judge responded happily , declaring
that ho Is by no means a bald headed
Among those present wore : C. II
Groesbeck , W. L. Kern , Fred Boche ,
Leo Hershlser , P. M. Barrett , C. F.
Monncl , R. G. McPhall , Frank Hlrsch
E. E. Mooller , Mayor Friday , Charles
Manwollor , Paul Nordwlg , Howard
Beymer , Julius Laim , E. A. Bullock
Frank Carrlck , Harry Lodor , II. G
Gordon , J. H. Footo , Mlllard Green , G
H. Burton , M" . V. Avery , J. Conloy , Dr
Mackay , Ray Weber , Robert Bover
Idgo , J. Horshlsor.
Judge Westervolt , at seventy-four
will bo master of ceremonies at the
big annual ball to be given by Eagles
SHOT DOWN AS WEDDING NEARS
Maniac Riddles Woman as She Buys
Fufniture' With Fiance.
Hoiighton , Mich. , Dec. 28. Within
an hour of her wedding Miss Ida
Helms was shot down this afternoon
by a demented man , while walking
along the street with her fiance , Her
man Johnson. The young woman wll
Johnson nnd Miss Helms came fron
Baragu to bo married. They spen
the early part of the afternoon buying
household furniture and furnishings
They bad just come from a dry goods
store when a man , brandishing a re
volvi-r , suddenly rushed up to Miss
Helms and began firing. Johnsoi
made a bravo attempt to throw the
man down but before ho could bo dls
armed Miss Helms fell , riddled will
bullets. The demented man was fouiii
to be Alexander Konola.
Miss Helms was removed to a bos
pital , where it is said she will prob
ably die. Johnson Is grief-stricken.
Konola did not "Know the girl he
shot , according to persons acquainted
with both. Ho has lived here ton
years nnd had a wife and three chil
dron. Ills wife deserted him some
time ago and he has been looking foi
her. It is thought ho mistook Miss
Helms for his wife.
Humphrey. Neb. , Dec. 31. Special
to The News : Mrs. Peter Bender , sr. ,
died at 7 o'clock after a brief illness.
Deceased was about 70 years old. The
Benders were among the early settlers
M. F. Grass , who has been In the
drug business hero for about fifteen
years , has sold his stock to M. B. Har-
The Omaha Elvator company arc
building an elevator about three miles
north of town. The building will be
completed and ready for business In a
People hi this part of the country
are more than interested In at least
two cases at the penitentiary , In which
Governor Mickey will act very soon.
They are "Nick" Gentleman and Mrs.
Lena Margaret Lllllo cases.
There is considerable talk of the
Nye , Schneider , Fowler company put
ting In an elevator and lumber yard
at this place , the site to bo on the C.
& N. W. railroad.
WEDDING AT FAIRFAX.
Deputy County Officer , Relnhold Kos-
ta , Takes a Bride.
Fairfax , S. D. , Dec. 31. Special to
The News : Rolnhold Kosta and Miss
Dora Bossong were married at the
German Congregational church yester
day at 3 p. m. by Rev. B. R. Bouman
The groom Is the oldest son of E
Kosta , proprietor of a meat market
and has been deputy county treasurer
for the last three years , and will bo
deputy auditor after March 1 , 1907.
The bride Is the charming daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bossong , a
prosperous farmer west of town ,
A grand reception was given to
about 200 people at the homo of Mr
Kosta at 4 p. m , and then a dance was
njooil by those who cared to partial-
"Pat , " ae ho la known'by all , and
ila happy bride , are receiving the con
gratulations of all.
PLANS FOR NEW YEAR'S DAY.
t Will be Observed as a Semi-Holiday
Now Ycar'a day In Norfolk will bo
njoyed. Banks will bo closed , the
lostofflco will observe Sunday hours
l other places of business will In
nany casea observe a sort of semi-
lollday , keeping open during the fore-
loon at least but not keeping the full
orco of clerks on duty all afternoon.
Many stores will ho open , but not with
ho regular corps of salespeople at
There will bo a number of family
llnners and church services.
CHARGED WITH STEALING.
Two Norfolk Boys Are Held at Pierce
on That Charge.
Pierce , Nob. , Dec. 29. Special to
The News : Roscoe Bonnoy and Frank
Wilkinson of Norfolk wore arroated
oday and brought before County Judge
iColley on complaint of Herman Froeh-
Ich on the charge of stealing. A hear-
ng has not yet been had but on ar
raignment defendants pleaded not guil
ty. Bonds were fixed at $100 each and
the parents of the boya will bo noti
fied , that tehy may take any action
they see fit , owing to the ago of the
Local Interest In the Fight.
Followera of the fistic game In Nor
folk will watch with interest reports
from the Gans-Herman ringside Tues
day night. Arrangements will prob
ably be made to get the Western Un-
lon'a telegraph report.
Tonopah , Nevada , Is located down In
the Death Valley district where gold
mines have been springing up of late.
It was Just a year ago that trains be
gan to move Into that desert , and now
carloads of sports from Chicago are
going down there In luxurious trains
to bo at the ringside.
HERMAN'S BACKERS WANT ODDS
Sporting Men Are Arriving In Tono-
pah From All Over the Country.
Tonopah , Nov. , Dec. 31. Sporting
men from all over the country are
pouring Into town to witness the Cans-
Herman light , which Is scheduled to
ho held here on New Year's day. A
large delegation arrived from Chicago
yesterday afternoon and every train
that comes In Is filled to Its utmost
capacity with fight enthusiasts. It
was expected that the Chlcagoaiis' ar
rival would cause the odds to shorten
as Herman -Is a great favorite in his
home town , but the result was just
the opposite. The new arrivals are
anxious to bet on their townsman but
they dcnmml odds of three to one for
their money. The fact that the Chicago
cage men demand such big odds has
caused quite a little talk among the
miners who have laid wagers on Her
man. The gold-diggers do not know
what to make of the situation. Most
of them are of the opinion that If any
bets are made they should be even
money. They do not figure so much
on past performances as do the regu
lar sporting men who make it a busi
ness proposition when they bet and
carefully weigh the chances of win
Both of the fighters are practically
at weight now and from now on they
will confine themselves to only light
vork in order to keep In condition for
Referee Welch , who Is In town had
i long talk with the fighters today and
explained the rules fully. The men
are to protect themselves at all times
Hit are to break at the command of
he referee. Welch warned both of
he principals that If he saw what he
bought was unnecessary holding on
ho part of ono of the fighters he
vould immediately disqualify the of
SIGNS FOR JEFF.
Champion's Manager Makes Arrange
ment for Fight With Bill Squires.
San Francisco , Dec. 31. Acting for
Jeffries , Billy Delaney yesterday
signed articles for a finish fight be-
.ween Jeffries and Bill Squires of Aus
tralia to take place In Rhyolltc , Nov. ,
some time in April. According to the
.erms of the agreement the men are
to box with five-ounce gloves under
Marquis of Queensbury rules. Squires
, s to bo allowed transportation for him
self and trainer from Australia. The
purse Is to bo $30,000 , of which CO per
cent goes to the winner and 40 per
cent to the loser.
Delaney said ho was. acting under
authorlatlon granted him by Jeffries
some time ago and that there was no
doubt that the champion would stand
by the compact.
Ryan and Kelley Matched.
Chicago , Dec. 31. Tommy Ryan and
Hugo Kelly were yesterday matched
to fight for the middleweight cham
pionship of the world , the fight to take
place at any time within four weeks.
It was agreed that the fight should not
be for less than ten rounds and for
any number between ton nnd a finish
fight. The fight Is to bo held before
the club offering the largest purse by
January 5. The purse Is to bo divided
CO per cent to the winner and 40 per
cent to the loser. The agreed weight
Is 158 pounds ringside.
A little girl's Interest In a baby Is
about equal to that manifested by a
boy in a dog.
PEOPLE OF THAT TOWN HOPE
FOR THEM THIS WEEK.
THEN STRETCH ON TO DALLAS
Dallas Expects to be the Gateway to
Trlpp County Lands When the Rush
Comes on , as is Hoped , Next Season.
Rails Beyond Burke Now.
Gregory , S. D. , Dec. 28. Special to
The Nowa : It is expected hero that
rails on the now Northwestern exten
sion out of Boncstcol will bo laid Into
3regory this week , na the work la
: omplotcd this side of Burke.
The work will then bo completed
on to the now town of Dallas which
Is located on the Trlpp county line
and when Trlpp county opens up for
settlement this coming season , Dallas
will expect a rush as It scorns to bo
In line as the gateway to that famous
NEW TOWN OF DALLAS STARTS
Mall Service is Now Enjoyed by Trlpp
County Line Town.
Gregory , S. D. , Dec. 28. Special to
The Nowa : The old Dallas postofflco
was transferred to the now town yes
terday and now mail makes regular
service there. R. G. Bllllnger is the
postmaster. The bank opens for busi
ness this week , Patrick has opened
his hardware store and the hotel
opens this week.
A BOUNCING BABY.
A Neligh Infant That Is Born Leader
In Its Class.
Nollgh , Neb. , Dec. 28. Special to
The News : Marriage licenses have
been Issued by the county judge to
Alexander McKay and Minnie John
son of Brunswick ; Harold Halea and
Hazel C. Osborn of Tilden.
M. B. Nlchol , who loft Neligh elev
en years ago , and has since been re
siding In Kansas , arrived Monday af
ternoon on a visit to friends and rel
atives on the Willow. Ho seemed sur
prised at the changes and Improve
ments that have taken place during
As a sample of "bouncing" babies ,
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Keeler doubtless
have one that is a born leader In
that class. The girl child was four
days old last Sunday and weighed sev
enteen pounds , measured twenty-six
Inches from head to feet , eighteen
Inches around the chest and twenty-
one Inches around the shoulders. Mr.
Keeler reports that she Is healthy and
happy and is getting larger and
stronger every day. As a minor mat
ter of note it may he added that this
Is their fifteenth child.
A valuable addition to the library
of the city schools has been secured
through the gift of C. L. Wattles of
bound volumes of Harper's Weekly
covering the period of the civil war.
They are handsomely Illustrated and
are replete with graphic descriptions
of incidents of the war from the pens
of special correspondents. They are
now out of print , and arc considered
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Herd of Central
City were in Neligh a few days ago.
In appreciation of the faithful ser
vices of his employes at this point ,
Mr. Herd gave each of his men at the
feed yards and elevator a Christmas
present of a $20 gold coin , and Wal
lace Thornton , the son of the man
ager , was presented with $10 In gold.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Herd have a wide
reputation for liberality , and there are
few worthy causes In the state that
have not been objects of their bene
The Injunction case of W. S. Cleav
er against the city officials was heard
last Saturday , and taken under ad
visement by Judge Boyd. A decision
has not yet been given.
BROKE SLOT MACHINE.
Tramp Is In Jail In Norfolk for Steal
ing $1.89. .
George Carson , who said that his
For breaking into a slot machine In
the Junction depot of the Northwest
ern railroad and stealing $1,89 in pen
nies , to which offense he confessed ,
eorge 'Carsen , who said that his
homo is where his hat is , was arrest
ed and jailed. On a charge of petty
larceny ho was brought before Justice
of the Peace C. F. Elseley.
FOR USING BAD LANGUAGE.
Dee Hooker Accused of Muttering Ob
scene Words in Woman's Hearing.
A complaint has been sworn out In
Justice Eisoloys' court by Lottie Bed-
kle against Dee Hooker , charging him
with being guilty of "muttering ,
speaking and using obscene and las
civious language and words in the
presence nnd hearing of Lottie Bedklo ,
a female , said Dee Hooker being of
the ago of fourteen and upwards , to-
wlt about thirty-five. "
Constable G. F. Bllgor went to Stanton -
ton to servo the complaint on Hooker.
BRADY BROTHERS IN FAMILY ROW
Two Nuisances are Again Brought up
In Police Court.
A family fight In the homo of Frank
Brady , with himself and his brother
Fred as two of the principals , landed
them both In jail for the night , Fred
on a charge of disorderly conduct and
Frank on a charge of being drunk and
disorderly. They were brought up be
fore Pollco Judge Westervelt , who ad
ministered the usual fine and gave a
lecture to boot. The two Bradys said
that they might pay the fines If they
could got the money. They were re
leased because they had no money
anyway and because they apparently
vould rather stay In Jail than not.
Judge Westervelt told the two prla-
unora that the next time they np-
> oar In his court they will either go
o the county Jail or to the state In
sane asylum as Inebriates. They have ]
) ecomo regular nuisances In police X
sourt and the Judge said that ho and
Mayor Friday and the police force
md discussed their cases nnd that
hey were booked for ILncoln or Mad-
son In cnso they do not either
itralghten up or get out of town.
Frank Brady has a largo family but
< Yod Brady's wife has left him. The
ihlldren of Frank Brady are not only
lumcroua but are thinly clad.
The lecture seemed to make llttlo
or no impression upon the prisoners.
NORFOLK FIRMSJET CONTRACTS
For .Furnishing Supplies to Norfolk
Hospital for the Insane.
The following contracts have been
lot for furnlahlng supplies to the Nor
folk hospital for the Insane during the
ensuing quarter :
Coal Whltobreast Co. , $1,780.
Groceries Hargreavea Co. , $1-
Meats and Lard Armour & Co. ,
? 8G0.20 , j
Flour and Bran Sugar City Cereal
mills , $2G3.40.
Electrical Supplies Western Elec
tric Co. , $50.53.
Engineers' Supplies- Western Sup
ply Co. , $112.01.
Hardware W. W. Weaver , $42.15.
Drugs G. B. Chrlatoph , $121.40.
Paints and Oils Marshall Oil Co.
Dry Goods Rudgo & Guenzel Co. ,
Boots and Shoes F. E. Davenport , " *
Clothing Star Clothing store , $112.
New Set of Officers.
Fairfax , S. D. , Dec. 31. Special to
The News : Gregory county will have
an entire set of new officers except
commissioners next week.
The commissioners will begin Jan-
nary 2 , 1907 , but the others not until
January 8 , 1907. Jacob Bentz will hold
over two years more as commissioner ,
and Adrian Nyquist was re-elected as
Hoarseness Qulskly Cured.
"Not long ago I was taken with a se
vere cold , and was so hoarse that 1
could only speak In a whisper , " says
Ernest Sherman of Butler , Tenn . " I
got a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy and after taking two doses
of It , could speak out plainly. " Sing
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Notice to Creditors.
The State of Nebraska , Madison
count , s.s.
In the matter of the estate of Gott
fried Kiesal , deceased : Notice is here
by given to all persons having claims
and demands against Gottfried Kiesal ,
late of said Madison county , deceased ,
that the time fixed for filing claims
against said estate is six months from
the 2nd day of January , 1907. All such
persons are required to present their
claims with the vouchers to the county
judge of said county at his office in
the city of Madison , In said Madison
county , on or before the 3rd day of
July , 1907 , and that all claims so filed
will bo beard before said judge on the
3rd day of July , 1907 , at 1 o'clock p. m.
It is further ordered that notice to
all persons interested In said estate
he given by publishing a copy of this
order In the Norfolk Weekly News-
Journal , a weekly newspaper printed ,
published and circulating In said coun
ty , for four consecutive weeks prior
to said day of hearing.
Witness my baud and seal this 22nd
day of December , A. D. 1900.
[ Seal ] Win. Bates , County Judge.
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