The Norfolk weekly news-journal. (Norfolk, Neb.) 1900-19??, June 28, 1907, Page 5, Image 5

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Rounding up , Horses , Niks Lntta , Who
Was Married Only One Week Ago ,
Starts to Cross a Lake and Is
Drowned During the Afternoon.
Drownlngs In northwest this season
Valentino , Neb. , Juno 20. Special
to The News : Nlles Latta , who re
sided on Hacltberry lake about thirty
miles south of here , was drowned yes
terday afternoon about 12:30 : In Long
Lake , a few miles south of Hack-
Ho was out on horseback rounding
up'somo horses and attempted to cross
the lake on the horso.
The horse , however , played out and
the rider loft his animal , trying to
gain the shore by swimming. His
strength failed and ho sank.
The drowned man was about twen
ty-one years of ago and had just been
married about a week.
B. P. Olmsted Is in Donesteel.
M. C. Hazen was In Madison yester
CQ Flrldns returned yesterday
from Fremont.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nordwlg are vis
iting In Plalnvlew.
Headmaster P. J. Stafford left at
noon for Long Pine.
Mrs. Whltmore of Venus Is visiting
Mrs. John Ilorrlsky.
Adam Pllgcr of Stanton visited Nor
folk relatives yesterday.
Miss Gretchen Schwartz Is homo
from a visit at Fremont.
Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Anthes left for
a short visit at Schuyler.
J. W. Hodges of West Point was In
the city yesterday ,
Robert C. Anderson of Genoa was
In Norfolk yesterday.
W. J. Houston of Plalnvlew spent
yesterday In Norfolk.
C. A. Smith , the Tilden banker ,
passed through Norfolk at noon en-
route east on business.
Carl Austin and Kimball Drebert
are home from a visit nt Selmylnr.
Attorney A. A. Kearney of Stanton
was In Norfolk yesterday for a few
hours. Mr. Kearney Is right-of-way
agent for the proposed Yankton &
Southwestern railroad.
Mrs. John T. Prlngle and children
of Pierce have been the guests of Mrs.
W. I. Austin.
Mrs. Florence McWllllams , who has
been the guest of Mrs. Carl Wilde ,
has returned to her home In Grand
J. C. Pierce , who has been chief
clerk at the Pacific for several months
past , left -yesterday on a visit at
L. P. Pasewalk left yesterday on a
trip fo Long Pine , where he will put
In parf'p'f his vacation from bank du
ties in trout fishing.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Earlo Harper of
Clearwater arrived In Norfolk yester
day from Lincoln , returning home
from their wedding trip.
| j C. C. Hughes , former general super
( intendent of the Northwestern , re
turned to Omaha yesterday after a
short business visit hero.
Rev. and Mrs. William Gorst of
Omaha , who wore In Norfolk in at
tendance at the missionary con von-
tion , returned to "imaha yesterday.
D. M. Jester ol jt. Louis , represent
ing the firm of Warner-.Tenklnson ,
was In Norfolk yesterday , the guest
of President Faucett of the Faiicett-
Carney candy company.
Ralph Garvln has returned to Nor
folk from Stuart where he has been
keeping books for the William Krot-
ter lumber company since graduating
from an Omaha business college.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Halversteln and
daughter leave next Mondny for a
week or ten days visit to Wisconsin
lakes. Harry Hartford and Bun Hal
versteln will leave on July 5 to Join
Miss Reglna Berg , who has been
trimmer at Mrs. Schwirtz's millinery
store during the past season , returned
yesterday to her homo at Wausa.
MJss Berg will spend the summer in
O. L. Vincent of Host Springs , Wyo. ,
secretary-treasurer of the Rosin coal
I' ' ! company In which Norfolk men are
Interested , has been In the city on a
conference with the Norfolk men who
are backing the coal mine.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Slecke , who have
been visiting In Norfolk with their
daughter , Mrs. C. C. Wehro , since Mr.
Slecko's sudden Illness in Now York
brought about the postponement of an
European trip , are planning to leave
again for Europe. They expect to
leave for the east by the middle of
July and will visit Germany and south
I ern Euronp as orlglnnllv planned
Burt Mapcs has established his sum
mer camp on his farm north' of Uio
Norfolk schools will open next fall
the first Tuesday after Labor day or
September 3.
The Norfolk Commercial club direct
ors hold their regular weekly mooting
yesterday morning but no business of
public moment was transacted.
Fred Kocrbor and his force of men
who arc Installing a now telegraph
Vno In the Black Hills , have moved
from Oclrlchs , S. D. , to Smlthwlck ,
S. D.
The Norfolk relief association will
not hold a picnic on July ! us had
been first contemplated. On July S n
meeting will bo held to determine the
picnic date.
Mlas Ethel Hartley , sister of Mrs.
W. G. Baker of this city , has entered
a hospital in Spokane , Wash. , for a
two and a half years' course ns pro
fessional nurse.
Miss Loulso Wollls , daughter of
Rev. J. C. S. Wellls of this city , has
entered St. Luke's hospital , Chicago ,
where she will take a course of train
ing as professional nurse.
Beck & Dlgnnn of the Norfolk
Plumbing & Heating company have
secured a $1,700 contract for putting
In a steam heating plant nt the Holt
county court house at O'Neill.
The excursion in the woods planned
last week under the leadership of G.
F. Sprccher , L. Sessions , G. B. Salter
and Julius Iltilff and abandoned on
account of the rain , will take place
Miss Verna Corycll has boon chosen
librarian of the First Congregational
Sunday school to succeed Miss Grotch-
on Hulff who had resigned preparatory
to leaving for Los Angeles with her
School district No. 37 held a meet
ing Monday and elected Miss Colla
Mullen ns teacher to succeed her sis
ter , Miss Mae Mullen , who taught last
year. Carl Relche was re-elected as
collector for the district and Julius
Llnstend was elected as moderator.
H. C. Matrau , who Is in the east on
a month's vacation visit , has written
to Norfolk from Washington. One of
the Important incidents of Mr. Ma-
trau's trip east was another visit to
the Gettysburg battlefield , where ho
reviewed In mind the details of the
battle in which ho participated some
forty years ago.
H. J. Hershlser , living near O'Neill ,
the father of Mrs. Thomas Shively ,
J. L. Hershiser and Lev ! Hershiaer of
Norfolk , died Monday evening. Death
resulted from dropsy. Levl Hershlser
was at the bedside. J. L. Hershlser
left yesterday and Mrs. Shively today
for O'Neill where the funeral will beheld
held tomorrow.
Cucumber bugs are not far behind
other bug pests In activity this year ,
farmers growing cucumbers under
contract with the Norfolk Pickle &
Vinegar company complaining that
the bugs are eating up the young
vines. President Slmms of the pickle
company says that a little air-slacked
lime sprinkled on and under the vines
serves to put the cucumber pest on
the retired list.
Congressman M. P. Kinkaid , In Nor
folk yesterday on his way homo to
O'Neill from a visit to Boyd county ,
commented on the splendid condition
of crops In that north Nebraska coun
ty. In no nart of the state had he
seen corn looking better. In western
Nebraska an over supply of rain has
made the corn crop backward but oth
erwise the prospects for the season
were encouraging.
Tho'marriage of J. Earlo Sweet , n
popular commercial man covering
north Nebraska territory , to Miss Nel
lie Lauman of Wayne , occurred
Wednesday at the home of the bride's
parents near Wayne. Following the
ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Sweet left on
an eastern wedding trip that Includes
a visit to the Jamestown exposition.
It is quite possible that they will de
cide on Norfolk for their homo.
Paul Nordwlg complains of the con
dition of the Ipt adjacent to his Nor
folk avenue harness shop. The lot
to the cast of the shop has a founda
tion cellar covered over with a loose
board lloor. Mr. Nordwlg complains
as to the uncleanllness of part of the
lot and also objects to an old well or
olstern which he says 1ms not been
firmly protected. The matter was tak
en up with the city authorities , he
says , several weeks ago. He regards
the lot as dangerous to children playIng -
Ing about.
Frank A. Peterson , nt present dep
uty county clerk of Madison county ,
Is announced today as a candidate for
the nomination for county treasurer
before the republican and primary
election which will bo hold Septem
ber 3. Mr. Peterson Is a Madison
county man , having been born and
reared in this county. Ho was a sol
dier In the Spanish-American war ,
having served in the Philippines ,
where ho was wounded. For four
years ho has been deputy under Coun
ty Treasurer Schavland at Madison.
Articles of Incorporation were filed
Monday with the South Dakota secre
tary of state at Pierre for the Wyom
ing Western railroad , which Is to make
a direct line Into Wyoming In connec
tion with the Northwestern extension
from Pierre to Rapid City. The Wy
oming Western road Is to be an ex
tension of the "Crouch" line In the
Black Hills , from Mystic , S. D. , to
Buffalo , Wyo. , a distance of 200 miles ,
of which forty miles will bo In Pen-
nlngfon county , this state , and the rest
In Watson , Crook and Buffalo coun
ties , Wyoming. The new company is
capitalized at 14,000,000 , with head
quarters at Rapid City. Incorporators -
ors : Charles C. Crouch , Verne E
Crouch , Jacob S. Gantz , Charles E
Ito'i , Elmore L. Hurlburt , all of
Rapid City.
There Were Visitors From Long Pine ,
Bassett and Johnstown Band Was
Out to Properly Dedicate the New
AhiHWorth , Nob. , Juno 20. Special
to The News : The now ball park was
dedicated yesterday In a flue gnmo of
ball between Ainu worth and Bussotl ,
resulting in a score of fl to 2 in favor
of Alnsworth. It was a spirited game
from start to finish and was witnessed
by a crowd of nearly 500 friends of
the game from Alnsworth , Bassett ,
Long Pine and Johnstown.
At 1:30 : p. in. the two teams , head
ed by the Alnsworth military hand In
full uniform , marched from the busi
ness center of the town to the new
ball park. At 2 p. in. Mayor Murphy
pronounced the dedicatory ceremony
and threw the first ball over the
plate. The park Is one of Do finest
n the state and has a largo , safe and
substantial grand stand for the ac
commodation of lovers of the snort.
On the Fourth Gordon Is to piny
Alnsworth on these grounds.
Plalnvlew Defeated.
Plalnvlew , Juno 20. Special to The
ows : The Brunswick ball team de
feated the Plalnvlew Sterlings hero
n a hard fought battle , in a score of
1 to 1. Jewltt , catcher for Plalnvlow ,
was spiked through the hand whllo
running bases , and this materially In
terfered with his usual good work.
This is Plalnvlow's first defeat this
season , having shut out Pllgur , Ciulgh-
: on and Brunswick recently . Bat
teries : Plalnvlow Dnnaway and
lewltt. Brunswick Fosberg and Fos-
Petersburn Wins in Wnlk.
Petersburg , Neb. , June 20. Special
: o The News : In a decidedly one-sid
ed game of baseball played here be-
Lween Boone and Petersburg , the lat
ter won by n score of 17 to 5. This
was the third promise to play Peters-
Imrg and they fulfilled It yesterday.
Petersburg has been playing good ball
this year and always have a walk
away with teams of this sort.
The spectators were disgusted with
the playing and left the grounds be
fore the game closed.
Summary : Hits by Petersburg 18 ,
by Boone G ; struck out by Alstott 9 ,
by Nicholas 5 , by Thillo 1 , UJ H. ;
mend 9. Batteries : Alstott , Nicholas ,
Thillo and Seeley , Petersburg ; Raymond
mend and Murphy , Boone.
Battle Creek Postmaster Moved to
Send Verse to Omaha.
Omaha , Neb. , June 2C. When Post
master F. H. L. Willis of Battle Creek ,
Neb. , rccuhud an iuviuUIou to intend
the postmasters' convention In Omaha
yesterday and today the prospect of
coming to Omaha moved him to reply
in noetic nhrase.
Ills poem which ho sent In reply to
Secretary Cook Is as follows :
I want to go to Omaha ,
And see some things I never saw ;
To see Jim Dahlman and his rope ,
TV * CIOP hlrn fhrour it ton T ! ' / > *
To see the jury I'd not refuse ,
With which the gambler bled the
News ;
I would like to view them , one by one ,
And gaze awhile on Dennlson ;
To see the saintly Patrick Crowe ,
And the Jury , too , that let him go ;
I'd like to see King Ak-Sar-Ben ,
And beard the lion in his den ;
And now , friend Cook , 'tween you and
me ,
There Is lots of things I'd like to sec ,
And with the P. M.'s1 to commune ,
There on the twenty-fifth of June.
West Point News.
West Point , Neb. , June 2C. Spe
cial to The News : The marriage of
Miss Ella Y. Shearer , the eldest daugh
ter of J. W. Shearer , cashier of the
West Point National bank to Ambrose
\V. Weller , of West Point was sol
emnized at the homo of the bride's
parents , Rev. G. W. Crofts , D. D. , pas
tor of the Congregational church , of
ficiating. The groom Is the resident
partner of the firm of the Weller Bros ,
lumber company of this place. The
young couple are among the most
popular of West Point's society people.
The county board of equalization
have finished their labors and as a
result have raised the total assess
ment of the county some $50,000 , be
ing chiefly mortgages and moneys un
Articles of Incorporation of the
West Point land company have been
filed. The Incorporators are W. T.
S. Nellgh , P. M. Moodle. Otto Kerl. H.
W. Baumann and E. M. Baumann.
The capital stock is fixed at $25,000.
The Fourth of July will bo celebrat
ed In grand style by the citizens of
West Point. The volunteer firemen
under the leadership of Fire Chief
Leonard Mnlchow will have charge of
the arrangements. Programs are out
Indicating a very extensive celebra
The weather throughout the week
has been warm and wet. All vegeta
tion Is growing amazingly and with
favorable weather hereafter no dan
ger Is apprehended for the safety of
nil crops , and of a normal yield of all
Robert V. Graff was married to Miss
Margaret E. Burke at the country
homo of the brldo's parents last v.-cok.
Rev. J. W. Junken , pastor of the Pros-1
byterian church , officiated. The groom
Is the eldest son of lion. Charles Graff ,
ox-roprcsentatlvo from Cutnlug coun
ty nnd the brldo the oldest daughter
of Jacob Hurku , ono of the pioneer
settlers of the county and has boon a
very successful tonchor In ( ho rural
schools. The mnvly married couple
will reside at Trenton , Neb.
St. Paul's Gorman Lutheran paro-
chliil school nnd the Catholic school
closed Friday for the summer vaca
tion. Prof. Stolnkruus , the tonchor of
the German school , has boon rc-rm-
gaged for the fall and winter session.
Officers Elected In May Are Formally
Inducted Into Their Positions.
Mosaic lod'o | No. 55 , A. F. & A. M , ,
last ovonlug In tholr lodge rooms In
stalled their now officers chosen on
May 7. The following moil were In
ducted Into office last night : A. H.
Vlolo , worshipful master ; W. R. Hoff
man , senior warden ; II. L. Snyder ,
Junior warden ; George Burton , socro-
Ijirv L. 0. Mlttolslndt , treasurer ; S.
O. Dean , senior deacon ; J. T. Wolf-
klol , junior deacon ; W. J. Whlto , se
nior steward ; C. S. McCaslIn , Junior
steward ; C. F. Elsoloy , tylor. The
olllcers were installed by Past Master
C. E. Burnham. After the Installation
the master made a short address re-
vlowlng work of the year nnd thank-
I. . , , Uio utliui OiTlcoiH for the Hoi'vIcuH
they had rondorod. After the formal
oxcrclscs an Informal luncheon wan
served In the banquet room. The
evening closed with a smoker.
Several Cases nve Already Been
Disposed of by the Court A Large
Crowd of People From the West
End of Gregory County are There.
Fairfax , S. D. , Juno 2G. Special to
The News : Circuit court Is In ses
sion hero and will continue for sov-
owl days , ns there has been no court
hero for over a year.
Several cases were disposed of yes-
tonlnv A Inrrn ernwil from tlm west
end of the county are In town.
Notice of Administrator's Sale.
In the district court of Madison
county , Nebraska.
In the matter of the application of
C' ; .rGS ! B. Manwlller , administrator
of the estate of Cora B. Mnnwillor ,
deceased , for leave to sell real estate.
Notice Is hereby given that In pur
suance of an order of the Honorable
A. A. Welch , Jiulgo of the district
court of Madison county , made on the
Ifith day of April , 1907 , for the sale
of the real estate herlimfter described , will bo sold at public vendiie to
the hlKhest bidder for cnsh nt the
front door of the court house In the
city of Madison. In said county , on the
15th day of July , 1907 , at the hour of
I ! o'clock , n. m. . the following de
scribed real estate , In Madison coun
ty , and state of Nebraska , towit : Be
ginning at the southeast corner of
lot two (2) ( ) In block throe (3) ( ) , Much-
muller's addition to Norfolk , and meas
uring thence to the east line of the
. . , , . . ) . iiuilltci IU lllU lIUI'lilNVOHl
quarter of section twenty-six (2G ( ) in
township 21 range 1 , west of the Gth
P. M. , 2SG feet moro or less , from
thence south to the southeast corner
of said southwest quarter , of the north
west quarter and 4G7J/ { > feet moro or
less to the place of beginning , and
fnntainlng 3.07 acres moro or less ,
and being a part of the northwest
quarter of the noilhwest quarter of
section 2C , township 21 , range 1 , west
of the Gth P. M. , in the county of Mad
ison and state of Nebraska.
Beginning at a point 28t ! feet west
and 33 feet north of the southeast
corner of the northwest quarter of the
northwest quarter of section 2G , town
ship 24 , numo 1 , west of the Gth p.
M. , and measuring thence west 50.77
feet thence north 208 feet , thence
east 50.77 feet , thence south 3G8 { . foot
to the place of beginning , containing
13-100 acres more or less , being a part
of said northwest quarter of the north
west quarter of section 2G , township
21 , range 1 , west of the Gth P. M. In
Madison county , Nebraska.
And further : Commencing at a
point three hundred thirty-six and 79-
100 feet west nnd thirty-throe feet
north of the northeast corner of the
northwest quarter of the northwest
quarter of section 2G , township 24 ,
range ,1 west of the Gth P .M. , and
running thence one hundred and eigh
teen and 21-100 feet , thence south
three hundred and eighty-six 5-100
feet to the place of beginning.
Dated this 27th day of June , 1907.
Charles B. Manwiller ,
Administrator for the estate of Cora
B. Mnnwlllor , deceased.
Killed by Train at Chadron.
Chadron , Nob. , Juno 26. A man
about 30 years old fell under car
wheels In the yards hero and his legs
were cut off. He died three hours lat
er. He said his name was Howard
Thomas and his homo at Salt Lake ,
( Hah , but did not want to give any In
formation about his family connec
tions , as ho said he was not going to
die. The body is now nt an under
Baptlst < Ladles.
Ladles Aid society of the First
( ] Baptist church will meet with Mrs.
IV. , iCuiiUiig , Mrs. Cclcuian assist-
'ing ' , Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Secretary John L. Hynoarson of Mnd-
loon Hns Announced the Program
for This Summer's Rnco Meets Over
North Nebraska ,
The "speed program" of the North
Nebraska Short Shipment Haco cir
cuit has been announced by J. L.
llyiiearson of Madison , iiecrotnry of
( ho circuit.
IJegliiiilug In Norfolk on
Wedue.Hilay , July 31 and cloning at
Stanton on October ! , this year's pro-
Bruin provides for ten weoltu of turf
sport for northern Nebraska.
From the reputation established by
the north Nebraska circuit lust year
mid from tinpuruoH that the ten
towns offer this Hummer the racing
season promises to open for the north
Nebraska race men with smiling
skies. Fifteen hundred dollars will
bo hung up In Norfolk for the three
days races of the Norfolk driving club.
Some of this prl/.o money will go to
I ho patrons of the races. Ptirchniiors
iu mmtitiil liuKutB Will liit > u a ciiHIICt )
to draw $100 in gold. The race purses
proper amount to $1,325. Gcorgo E.
Schiller , pioprlotor of the Oxnard
hotel , offoi-8 $25 to the first horse
making bettor than 2:15 : on the Nor
folk track.
The program of the North Nebraska
circuit races is :
Norfolk Races July 31 to August 2.
Wednesday , July 31 :
2:1)5 : ) class trotters $200
2:20 : clan ! ) trotters or pacers 200
Thursday , August 1 :
2:27 : class trotters $200
2:25 : class trotters or pacers 200
Pony running race 20
Friday , August 2 :
2:50 : class trotters or imcori ) $200
Free for all 200
Running race , free for all 75
Entries cloHO In harness races July
21 , 1)07. ! ) P. M. Barrett , Secy.
Tilden Races August 7 to 9.
Wednesday , August 7 :
2:35 : class trotters $200
2:20 : class trotters or pacers 200
Thursday , August 8 :
2:27 : class rtotters $200
Z.Z't I.IIICH uuuuiu or JIUUUIM < : uif
Running race , ' & mile and repeat 50
Friday , August 9 :
2fiO : class trotters or pacers $200
Free for all 200
Running race , % -mllo dash 50
Entries close In harness races , July
31. E. B. Hanson , Secy.
O'Neill Races August 14 to 16.
Wednesday , August 11 :
2'ir : class trotters $200
2:20 : class trotters or pacers 200
Vi-mllo running race for Holt
county horses 75
Thursday , August 15 :
2:27 : claco trottcra ? 200
2:25 : class trotters or pacers 200
P."r.n ! ; ; rue ? , -rr.Ilc 75
Friday , August 1C :
2:50 : class trotters or pacers 200
Free for all 250
Free for all running race 100
Entries close in harness races , July
31. M. II. McCarthy , Secy.
Nellgh Races August 21 to 23.
Wednuhduy , August 21 :
2:35 : class trotters $200
2-20 crc ! trotters , -r p.iccr . . . 200
' -rnllo running race for Antelope
county horses 50
Thursday , August 22 :
2:27 : class trotters $200
2:25 : class trotters or pacers 200
Pony running race 7C
Friday , August 23 :
2:50 : class trotters or pacers $200
Free for all 250
Free for nil running race 75
Entries close In harness races , July
31. W. W. Cole , Secy.
Pierce Races August 28 to 30.
Wednesday , August 28 :
2:35 : class trotters $200
2:20 : class trotters or pacers 200
Pony running race 25
Thursday , August 29 :
2:27 : class trotters ? 200
2:25 : class trotters or pacers 200
Friday , August 30 :
2:50 : class trotters or pacers $200
Free for all 200
Running race 75
Entries close In harness races , Aug
ust 20. W. G. Ulrons , Secy.
Butte Races September 4 to 6.
Wednesday , September 4 :
2:35 : class trotters $200
2:20 : class trotters or pacers 200
' /i-mllo running race 100
Thursday , September 5 :
2:27 : class trotters $200
2:25 : class trotters or pacers 200
1 mile running race 100
Pony race , 14 hands 100
Friday , September G :
2:50 : class trotters or pacers $200
Free for all 200
Novelty race , 1 % mile , work
horses 50
Free for all running race 100
' -rnilo hui die race 60
Entries close In harness races , Aug
ust 20 : G. S. Graves , Secy.
Spencer Races September 11 to 13.
Wednesday , September 11 :
2:35 : class trotters $200
2:20 : class trotters or pacers 200
Pony running race 50
Thursday , September 12 :
2:27 : class trotters $200
2:25 : class trotters or pacers 200
Running race GO
Friday , September 13 :
2:50 : class trotters or pacers $200
Free for all 250.
Running race GO' '
Entries close on harness races Aug-l I
u-t 20 : n. I. Parker , Secy.
Crnlghton Races September 19 to 21.
Thursday , September 10 :
2:35 : class trolUjrn
2:20 : cliiMit trotters or paconi 200
Friday , September 20 :
2:27 : clans trotters
2:25 : clasH troltorn or paconi 200
Ilmmlug race GO
Saturday , September 21 :
2:50 : class trotters or pucora $200
Free for all 200
Itimnlni ; race 75
Entries cloiio In harnosii rncen Sep
tember 10. T. J. Buckinastor , Secy.
Madison Races September 25 to 27.
Wednesday , September 25 :
2:35 : class Irotteni $200
2:20 : HIIHH tint lorn or pacorn 200
Thursday , September 20 :
2:27 : elasH trotters $2QC
2:25 : class trotters or paconi 200
Pony running niconillo and
repeat fie
Friday , September 27 :
2:50 : HUSH trotters or pacers $200
Free for all 200
Running nice , free for all 75
KntrloH close hi harness races Sep-
tdtllhnr 1(1. ( .1 1. irvtKKtpanti Cn/it.
GUnton Races October 2 to 4 ,
Wednesday , October 2 :
2:35 : class trot torn $200
2:20 : class trotters or pacorn 200
Thursday , October 3 :
2:27 : class trottoni $200
2:25 : class trotters or pacers 200
Friday , October 4 :
2:50 : class trotters or pacorn $200
Free for all 200
$150 for running races , program to
bo arranged by speed committee.
Entries In harness rucoii Spp-
tombor 10. R. F. Klttorinau , Secy.
Chief Dlopatcber Proves Railroad Man
Has a Heart.
Fremont , Nob. , Juno 2G. Persons
who happened to be at the union pus-
Hongur station yesterday afternoon saw
a sobbing woman with her two Infant
children placed In the cab of a switch
engine to bo hurtled east In pursuit of
ii frnlti Hint liiul 1nut tiiillml nut Tlin
conduct of the woman and the railroad
men who cuied for her Indicated some
thing unusual wus "up" but the pas
sengers were left to guess what It was.
The Missouri Valley train which had
preceded the engine out of the yards
was overtaken at East End station.
There the woman was transferred to
the passenger.
She and the children had come hero
from Hot SnrlnijH , S. I" ) , , by wnv of
unind isltiud and hud missed the lilalr
connection by ono inlnuto. The wo
man WIIH hurrying to the bedside of
her dying mother nt Blair , so she said
afterwards. She wus In n convulsion
of sobs when Chief Dcspatchor ' llllly"
Golden happened to puss through the
waiting room , and wan utti acted by
her apparent distress. The woman
( old Mr. Golden of her predicament
find renewed her crying. II liuppened
Unit the Hwllclilni ; engine was passing
ut the moment , and Mr. Golden stop
ped It. Putting the woman and chil
dren aboard It , ho hurried them to
IC.iKt End htatlnn. IIo wired uheud to
the operator there to hold the train
. < l. c.iu ( JMJlCll dlgltlC. '
The woman was prol'uso In her
thanks to the railroad men when she
wus able to realize what hud been done
for her. "I had always boon told , "
she snld to a passenger , "that railroad
men did not have hearts. I guess I
never know any of them very well bo-
foro. "
Without Any Apparent Motive , Her
man Brummond , Son of Old Respected -
ed German Family of Cumlng Coun
ty , Ended His Life With Revolver.
West Point , Neb. , Juno 25. Special
to The News : The dead body of Her-
inin Brummond , a young man of
c i ' n years of age , was discovered
b\ .n employer living on the ( iatz-
ni' ' i' rim northeast of Webt Point
In tiiu uuts Held. Near the body lay
a revolver. The young man left his
employer's house on Friday to go to
Bancroft to have a tooth , which had
given him much pain , extracted.
While In Bancroft he purchased a new
revolver. Ho was seen leaving the
town on his way homo but all trace
of him was then lost until his body
was discovered. The sheriff and cor
oner held an Inquest and the jury ren-
ilntwl n vorillcf nf rtnnMi hv Ills nwn
hand. No cause is assigned for the
act. He is a member of one of the
most respected German families In
eastern Cumlng county.
Twenty Fine Bass Hooked Near Alns-
worth In an Hour.
Ainsworth , Neb. , Juno 2G. Special
to The News : Wonderful stories nro
told of the fish catches on Enders ,
Marsh and the other lakes of this
county. Ed Enders was up from En-
tiers' lao ! : the other day and told of
a party that caught twenty fine bass
In a half an hour. Colonel Robert Wtl-
hcrt and four others were at Marsh
lake Just twenty-four hours and caught
1,100 largo sunflsh , making a barrel
when dressed and salted down. In all
the history of these lakes the fishing
was never finer.
Itch cured In 30 minutes by Wool ,
ford's Sanitary Lotion. Never fails.
Sold by F. F. Ware & Son , druggists.