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lllUl NEVVS-JOllURNAL : FRIDAY JUNE , 28 , 1907.
CHARGED WITH 8TADDINQ WHICH
CHARLES MEYERS WAS VICTIM
Circuit Court of Gregory County , S. D. ,
Will Convene nt Fnlrfnx Next Week.
The Cnne of Doc Wilson Mny Take
Fairfax , H. D. , Juno 22. Specliil to
The Nuws : Cliclut court for art-gory
r.ounly convenes next Titomlny. .ImlKO
13. ( VSn\lth \ of YiuiUton , who conduct
ed the fiuhoiiH Kiiiifiiiiuin nuinlor caHO
nt Kluntli can \lila week , will i > renldo.
Thuro are about Hovonly-llvo cimm
on the docUot rind anioni ; thorn tire
aovornl fltnto IUIHCH.
"Doc" Wlloon To De Tried.
The inoHl liniioitnnt cnao to como up
In that of "Doc" Wilson who will lie
tried for the atixhhliiK of Oharloa Mey
ers , formerly from West Point , Nob. ,
Bovornl months I KO at Sturdier. Mey
ers died In nn Oiimlia hospital after
It Is thought this caao will talco two
H. Gllmlnrf of Lawionco was In Norfolk -
Paul Lymlo loft this morning for his
homo In Beatrice.
A. .1. Hooper of llonestcel was In
Nols .lorKOiiHon of Craig spent yes
terday In Norfolk.
1) . M. Maxwell of Alnsworth Is n
Norfolk visitor today.
Dr. ll. T. Holden went to IlosUlns
on the morning train.
H. 10. IJowtlon Is homo from a visit
with friends at O'Neill.
Walter Vail loft yesterday on n visit
with relatives at Wayne.
W. 12. Llddlo of Carroll was In Nor
folk between trains yesterday.
Mrs. Evans of CrolBhton was In Nor
folk today on his way to Wnyno.
E. D. Kauffmnn and Mlllard Green
wore In Madison yesterday on busi
August Aw Schumacher and Otto
Schublo of Pllgcr visited Norfolk
Attorneys M. C. Hazon and Jack
Koonlgstoln were In Madison Satur
A. N. Anthcs returned last night
from n business trip to Chicago uiul
Fort Madison , Iowa.
Dr. Ilonmu Wnlkor returned to Oma
ha today , nftor visiting his parents In
Norfolk for several days past.
Mr. nml Mrs. P. Currau loft yester
day for a visit with relatives In York
and Lincoln. Lntor Mrs. Curran will
go to Mantlus , 111. , to visit her parents.
Fred Pllgor , Jr. , who has been a
student at the Norfolk business college -
logo , has returned to his homo In
Plalnvlow for the summer. Ho will
return to school In the fall.
Miss Nora Jungo returned to her
homo In Osmond Saturday morning
nfter several days' visit with friends
In Norfolk. Miss Jungo was seriously
111 for n short time during her stay In
Dr. C. S. Parker and J. S. Mathow-
son with their families will begin ten
days of camp llfo Monday on the Elk-
horn. The camp selected Is seven
miles west of Norfolk and Is south of
the John Hay farm. The camp was
being arranged for today.
Misses Florence and Bornlco Bar
rett returned last evening from n visit
General Superintendent S. M. Braden -
don will not return from his Black
Hills Inspection trip before the mid
dle of the week.
Mrs. Florence McWllllnms of Car
roll arrived In Norfolk last evening
on n visit with Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Mrs. Anna Howe and sons , Harry
and Merland , of Randolph , are In Nor
folk on a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Wll-
Lyman M. Paine , nn attorney ol
Chicago , is stopping over Sunday
with his cousin , D. Mathowson. Mr ,
Paine Is going further west on busl
Mrs. L. C. Taylor returned last
evening from York , where she attend' '
ed the commencement exercises ol
Ursaline academy. Her son Dale
who has been attending this school
returned with her to spend his vaca
Mrs. M. D. Cameron of Omaha , whc
was formerly Miss Viola Jennings ol
Norfolk and who graduated from the
Norfolk high school with the class o
1S94 , Is In Norfolk attending the liomi
missionary convention. Mrs. Camoroi
Is recording secretary of the convon
tlon and has had a prominent part ii
the program of the sessions. Shi
will sing at the Sunday evening ses
George B. Chrlstoph returned las
evening from Seward , whore ho hai
been in attendance at the state drug
gists convention and the meeting o
the state board of pharmacy. Thli
year the druggists attempted to enjo ;
n camping outing In connection wltl
their state convention. The beautlfu
natural park near Seward was flttci
up as a camp but the continual rail
and the cool weather sent the visltlui
druggists clamoring for the hotels o
Omaha , where the convention go&
next year. Mrs. Chrlstoph , who ac
companlcd her husband to Seward , 1
visiting n sister at Alliance.
A man who sought to sell cutler ;
about the city without n peddler's II
cense was fined ? 5 and costs In pollc *
The Modern Brotherhood of Amei
ca are planning n Norfolk plcnto for
Judge A. A. Welch will hold nnhort
equity session of the district court ut
Mtullson next week , court convening
The First street hrldgo over the
Clkhorn lias been closed for repaint ,
ho recent rains having left the brldgo
n a dnngoroiiH condition.
II. II. Miller has lioon acting ns
special police olllcer nt the Junction
lending Olllcer LIvlngHtono'H recov
ery from the effects of a severe fall.
The Baptist chapel car In charge of
Messrs. Whlto nml DavleH will bo In
Albion after Juno 110. The car was nt
rildon after leaving Norfolk.
Yesterday the Black Hills train ran
lirough Norfolk on schedule tlmo , In-
Heating that the Northwestern has
again restored KB western train nor-
Ict to schedule tlmo following the
ecunt dlmistioiiH rains nml Hoods in
ho Black Hills country.
Hov. H. II. Foskett of Fremont will
speak Sunday evening at the Baptist
church. The subject for the evening's
iddress will bo "Tho Making of n
Miss Melllo Brldgo was suddenly
sol/cd last evening with a slight nt-
nek of nppeiitllcltlH. The cnso Is not
bought to bo serious and It Is hoped
hat the patient will bo up and about
Arthur Stevens of Boone , lown , has
irrlved In Norfolk to become stonog-
aphor In the otllco of the general an-
) orintendont In the local Northwest
ern olllces. Mr. Stevens succeeds
The base ball gnmo between Pllgor
and the Brownies , prevented ycster-
lay by the rain , has boon postponed
'or two or three weeks. On the Fourth
.ho Brownies encounter the Nellgh
JunlorH at Nellgh.
Martin Haasch , who graduates this
car from the Northwestern unlversl-
y nt Milwaukee , has accepted n call
o the Lutheran church at Leaven-
worth , Wash. Ho will bo In Norfolk
icxt week for a visit homo.
A meeting of the library board will
> o hold next week to discuss plans for
ho now $10,000 Cnrnoglo library
vhlch Is to bo built In Norfolk. The
city must furnish the lot for the 11-
irary building and the books to go
Rev. J. P. Mueller , pastor of Christ
jUtheran church , Is In Carroll. Dur-
ng his absence from Norfolk tomor
row services nt the church will bo
conducted by Paul Gutknocht , n stu-
lent nt the Lutheran college In St.
Dr. A. Bear and N. A. Rnlnbolthavo
llscovercd n delightful fishing pool
ioar Norfolk. The location of their
'avorlto fishing place they refuse to
llvulgo but say that It yields forth
strings of fish of satisfactory length
to fishermen of proper experience and
iiolso of mind.
Edmund Winter , the son of Herman
Winter of this city , graduates next
Tuesday from Dr. Martin Luther college -
lego In New Ulm , Minn. Mr. Winter
lias boon preparing for the Lutheran
ministry and has received a call from
Owassa , Mich , lie will arrive In the
city next week for n visit nt homo.
Summer band concerts for Norfolk
: iavo not been given up. During the
next few days W. R. Hoffman and C.
T. Reed , appointed by the Commercial
club , will solicit subscriptions to a
fund that Is being raised to to hire
Lho Norfolk band during the next
three months to give ono concert n
During the six months beginning
Inly 1 mall handled at the Norfolk
postolllco will bo weighed In accord
ance with n special net of congress.
Norfolk Is ono of n number of repre
sentative postolllces in which the mail
will bo weighed. The extra work of
weighing the malls will bo handled
by the present force.
An Important partition sale of Madi
son county land takes place this af
ternoon In Madison , when C40 acres
of farm land near Madison belonging
to the Kertson estate will be sold at
auction. The land will be sold by M.
C. Hazeu and Jack Kocnlgsteln of
Norfolk and II. Hnldorson of Newman
Grove as referees.
Friday was the last day of school
for the school children of Christ Lutheran
oran church and Sunday afternoon the
closing of school will bo celebrated by
the annual picnic at Pasowalk grove
near the church. The Norfolk baml
has been engaged for the afternoon
and program and games for the cull
dren will bo arranged.
"Bang ! " It was the revolver ol
Chief of Police Flynn. It was n dot
that fell dead. And It was In Soutl
Fourth street , In front of the fedora
building , that the cantno slaughtoi
took place. Then the dead dog wni
dragged away up the street. The In
cldent furnished early morning excite
ment In the neighborhood.
Season tickets for the Norfolk race
meeting and street carnival , to h <
held July SI and August 1 and 2 , nr
now on sale at a number of buslnes
places In Norfolk. The tickets adml
to the three days' racing and havi
other attractive features. They can b <
had for fifty cents and upon their ad
vance sale depends much of the largi
success hoped for at this year's rac <
Pierce Leader : Miss Benker , roprc
scntatlve of the Congregational Mia
slonary society , was a guest In th <
Donaldson homo the first of the week
Misses Blanche and Generva Donald
son and Miss Benker were schoolmate
in Norfolk. The missionary soclot ;
Is establishing Sunday schools In th
rural districts of the state and Mis
Benker gave nn interesting talk Sur
day evening at the Congrogntlonn
church In the Interest of the work.
So many people consider a wish m
THE SUMMER SEASON HAS NOT
WAS A WEEK OF MISCELLANY
There > Was n Little of This and a Little
of That , and All In All It Made a
Busy Week for Social Folk of Nor
The fact that summer has formally
icon launched , according to the cnl-
ndar , seems to have IOHS effect than
muni upon social activities In Norfolk.
crimps the lateness of the season mid
ho continued cool wcnther up until
io\v has served ns nn ngcnt In thus
) rolonglng things which are generally
given over to the cold months of win-
er and which n n rule como to n and-
Ion nml abrupt end when the sun's
ays got burning. The pnst week has
jcen ono of miscellany In n social way ,
little of this and a llttlo of that male-
ng up the schedule. On the whole it
IIIR been n most delightful week ,
hough mostly an Informal ono , In
cooping with the season. A protnl-
lent feature of the week was the liar-
) or-Walkor wedding.
Pleasures of the Week.
On Monday evening the West Sldo
Whist club closed Its season with n
llnnor party at the homo of Mr. and
\\TB. \ 3 , Batim on Madison avcnuo and
jlovonth street. The dinner , which
vns prettily served In courses , was n
lollclous repnat In keeping with the
ormal bringing to nn end of the sea
son's playing. Tables wore cleared
ater for whist , at the end of which
prizes for both the season and the
evening were nwnrtlcd. For the sea
son Mrs. J. S. Mathowson and Mr. F.
Davenport wore winners of high
est scores nnd each was presented with
beautiful water color , the work of
, Irs. Wcathorby. These prizes were
iwnrdod by Mrs. Wnrrlck. In the
evening's playing , Mrs. Bens and Mr.
lurnham won high scores , Mrs. N. A.
Ralnholt nnd Mr. E. A. Bullock second
ilghcst , and Mrs. D. Bnum nnd Mr.
D. Baum booby prizes. Mrs. Boas re
ceived n pretty silver Jewel box , Mrs.
Rnlnbolt n pinto and Mrs. Bnum n
'eathor duster ; Mr. Burnham was pre
sented with n silver ash tray , Mr. Bui-
ock with n pack of playing cards and
Mr. Bnum with n toy cart. The sea
son through hna been n very enjoyable
ono for the club.
Ono of the most unique and alto
gether delightful events of the season
was given to a number of friends last
evening by Mr. and Mrs. John R. Hnys.
The guests enjoyed n charming pro-
_ rara of song and reading rendered by
tllss Conklln nnd Miss Hnmllng 6f
Omnhn. Miss Hnmllng , n cousin of
Mrs. Hays , has a wonderfully superior
voice and her singing was very great-
y appreciated by the Norfolk audl-
3iico. Miss Conklln Is a render who
was engaged from Omaha for the
evening. She gnvo nn Interesting and
very capably done sketch of "Madame
Butterfly , " telling the pathetic story
with unusual force.
After the treat of song and story ,
the guests enjoyed a delicious lunch
Miss Hnmllng lenves next year for
Germany where she will study voice
culture nt Lelpslk nnd Berlin. Her
friends hope that she mny become a
pupil under the fnmous Martini. Ow-
ng to the fact that she sings In nn
Omaha church , Miss Hnmllng was
compelled to return to Omaha today.
She was accompanied by Miss Conk-
Ono of the most enjoyable events of
the week was the llttlo speech made
at the Junction depot Tuesday after-
loon by Secretary of War William
Howard Taft. Secretary Taft's ad-
.Iress was In fact , one of the most
charming orations ever listened to by
Norfolk womankind. It was more than
n political speech. It was n profound
nppreclntlon of what real good looks
are. The secretary said the women of
Norfolk hnd the handsomest , happiest ,
Wealthiest , and so farthest faces that
lie had ever laid eyes on , nnd It's no
wonder he made a hit. The secretary
Is considered quite n ladles' man any'
way , they say.
Norfolk Eagles are feeling Justly
elated over the election of P. M. Bar
rett of Sugar City aorlo to the presl
dency of the state aerie at Llncolr
during the past week. The delegates
returned Wednesday , reporting n fln <
time. Those who attended wore : P
M. Barrett , M. R. Green , C. H. Groes
beck , Frank Carrlck , E. B , Kauffman
Martin Slawter and J. H. Conley. Mr
Groesbeck was accompanied by Mrs
Groesbcck and little son.
On Monday afternoon Mrs. W. M
Rnlnbolt entertained a number o
friends Informally at 1 o'clock lunch
eon for Mrs. W. H. Bucholz of Omaha
Yellow predominated In the decora
tlons , yellow roses and yellow rlbboni
as place cards being used effectively
At five hundred , which was enjoyet
during the afternoon , Mrs. George D
Buttorflold was successful In attalnlnt
the highest score. A pretty kerchle
was her prize.
Mrs. E. Mlttolstadt's slxty-elghtl
birthday was observed by a family re
union In the homo of her son , Mr. L
C. Mlttolstadt , Koonlgsteln nvenui
and Twelfth street , Monday. A ver ;
pleasant day was enjoyed.
Mrs. John n. Hnys entertained i
number of ladles at a pleasant :
o'clock luncheon Thursday afternoon.
After the luncheon hour , cards were
onjoycd during the afternoon. At
euchre Mrs. IJurt Mnpcs had high
score nnd received n dnlnty silver pa
Sam Ersklno on Saturday evening
entertained n pnrty of friends nt n
dinner party In honor of John Brldgo ,
who loft during the week for his now
homo nt Spoknnc , Wash. The guests
of the evening In addition to Mr.
Bridge were Oliver Utter , Archie Qow ,
Chnrlca Landers , Elmer Hardy , Ralph
Lulkart nnd Boyd Blnlccmnn.
A fnrowell surprise pnrty wns given
In the homo of Judge nnd Mrs. I. Pow
ers Tucsdny evening for Mrs. W. H.
Brldgo , who loft Norfolk Thursdny
with her sons for their now homo In
Spokane. Two beautiful sets of forks
were presented to Mr. nnd Mrs. Brldgo
by the friends who gathered at the
A number of Norfolk girls onjoycd
a house pnrty nt Madlaon during the
pnst week. They were : Miss Doro
thy Snlter , Miss Merle Blakoman , Miss
Fannie Frldny , Miss Mabel Odlorno.
The young ladles were guests of Miss
Margaret Long for the week-end.
Mrs. T. M. Hull was hostess Mon
day nfternoon nt n blrthdny party given
'or her mother , Mrs. Force , who wns
; lghty-two on that day. Thirty-five
; uests enjoyed the afternoon. Mrs.
Torco wna the recipient of a number
of dnlnty tokens of esteem.
Ono of the prettiest weddings that
ins tnkcn place fn Norfolk In a long
tlmo was that of Miss Nina E. Walker ,
daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. M. C. Wnlker ,
o Mr. J. Enrlo Hnrper of Clenrwnter
nt the First Congregational church In
Norfolk Tuesday morning. The church
md been beautifully decorated with
lowers. The ceremony was performed
by Rov. W. J. Turner.
Miss Laura Durland was bridesmaid ,
Miss Nola Walker maid of honor , Mr.
: ieman Walker best man. Miss Fan-
lie Norton acted as planisto and Mr.
Julius Hulff as violinist. Mrs. C. E.
reeno of Plalnvlew sang a solo. Miss
Mary Hardy was flower girl. Ush
ers were Messrs. J. C. Stltt , L. P.
Pasewalk , John Brldgo , B. C. Gentle.
The bride was gowned In a beautiful
white gown trimmed with valenclennes
ace. She wore a veil caught up with
orange blossoms and carried roses.
After the ceremony a reception was
icld In the home of the parents of the
bride , Mr. nnd Mrs. M. C. Walker. A
lollcjous three-course breakfast was
served to forty guests. The bridal
couple left on the afternoon train for
a honeymoon trip in the southern part
of the state. The bride wore a pretty
blue going away gown.
Mr. and Mrs. Harper , who are among
Norfolk's most prominent and popu-
ar young folk , will make their homo
at Clearwater , where the groom IB
engaged In the drug business.
On Wednesday nt the homo of rel
atives In Bellwood , Miss May R. Lll-
He , formerly of Norfolk , and Mr.
Charles E. Musgrovc wore married.
Miss Llllle was a daughter of the late
William W. Llllle , n well known Nor-
iblk Commercial traveler , nnd much
of her llfo wns spent In Norfolk ,
whore she linfl" many warm friends.
Mr. Musgrove hns been n commercial
: rnveler , but Is about to engnge In
business In Nebraska. Cards an
nouncing the wedding have been re
ceived by Norfolk friends.
Mr. nnd Mrs. G. F. Durland of Plain-
view have issued Invitations for the
marriage of their daughter , Mary
Frances Durland , to Mr. Cress Ideal
Bernard next Saturday , June 29 , In the
ongregatlonnl church at Plnlnview.
The wedding will tnke place nt 3
o'clock in the afternoon.
Bad Stomach Trouble Cured.
Having been sick for the past two
years with n bad stomach trouble , a
friend gave me a dose of Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets.
They did me so much good that I
bought a bottle of them and have used
twelve bottles In all. Today I am well
of a bad stomach trouble. Mrs. John
Lowe , Cooper , Maine. These tablets
are for sale by Leonard the druggist.
English Spavin Liniment removes all
hard , soft or calloused lumps and
blemishes from horses , blood spavins ,
curbs , splints , sweeney , ring bcne ,
stifles , sprains , all swollen throats
coughs , etc. Save $50 by use of otwa
bottle. Warranted the most wonder
ful blemish cure over known . Sold by
F. F. Ware & Son , druggists.
Madison County Saloon Men Will Not
Be Assessed on Occupation Taxes.
Saloon keepers In Madison county
will not bo required to pay taxes on
the "occupation tax" which they have
already paid into the city and village
treasuries. Saloon men have taken
the position that the occupation tax
levied against them is a "tax" pure
and simple and that to list the face
value of the occupation tax as assess
able property Is to force the saloon
men to "pay a tax on a tax. " The
county board of equalization meeting
In Madison Thursday took the same
view of the matter and ordered the
saloon occupation tax stricken from
the assessors' books as assessable
Saloons In the county , however , will
bo assessed to the full value of their
actual license too.
Try a want ad. for results .
NORFOLK MAN IS RENAMED AS
HAS MADE A FINE RECORD
Dr. C. A. McKIm , For Years a Rest-
dent of This City , Has Just Been
Reappolnted to His Present Posi
tion by Governor Sheldon.
Dr. Charles A. McKIm of Norfolk ,
state veterinarian for the past two
years , hns been rcnppolnted by Gov
ernor Sheldon. The announcement of
the appointment Is made today. The
announcement of the appointment Is
made today. The snlnry carried by
the position Is $1,800.
Dr. McKIm wns first nppolnted by
Governor Mickey nnd hns made n
most excellent record. Ho Is n vet-
erlnnrlnn of unquestioned skill nnd
his services to the atnto have been
srcnt. He left n Inrgo prnctlco hereto
to take the position. Dr. McKIm
should have had an assistant given
Him by the last legislature because of
: ho great amount of work falling upon
tilm. Dr. McKIm for years lived In
Norfolk and Is a son-in-law of H. C.
PACIFICS WON THE GAME.
Whirlwind Finish Was Feature of the
Commercial men stopping In Nor
folk for Sunday disregarded the sum
mer heat yesterday , pulling off a stren
uous game of baseball nt the driving
pnrk diamond. The wreaths of victory
were gathered In by the Pacifies by a
score of C to 5 over the Oxnards.
As Tom Price and his cohorts Jour
neyed from the Oxnard they annexed
to their ranks Haak and one or two
other local players of proper scoring
ability. These Oxnards closed the
game with a whirlwind finish but the
Commercial men from the Firth street
hotel had already nailed'up enoilgh
scores to cinch the game. A largo
crowd , composed in part of McPhall
of Minneapolis , held up the grand
stand's end of the game.
Line up :
Haak p Compton
Johnson c Rock
King Ib Sterling
tleynolds 2b Potter
Burr 3b Glttlnger
Price ss Donald
Peters rf Lowery
Parish cf Gorman
Walt If Meyer
Oxnards 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 5
Pacifies 1 4 0 1 0 0 0 G
Dust From the Diamond.
Rock's catching was a feature.
Meyer stopped a fly that every one
Tom Price was on speaking terms
with every position In the field.
Potter got over heated.
Wait connected with three In the
Compton was the only man to score
a second time.
Donald with his ten bet steadied
Lowery was a matinee hero with his
field work , Gorman was the goods on
second base while Sterling on first was
better than a glass arm.
Do It Now.
Now Is the time to get rid pf your
rheumatism. You can do so by apply
ing Chamberlain's Pain Balm. Nine
cases out of ten are simply muscular
rheumatism duo to cold or chronic
rheumatism , and yield to the vigorous
application of this liniment Try It
You are certain to be delighted with
the quick relief which It affords. For
sale by Leonard the druggist
FIVE DIED IN FLOOD.
Several Other Persons Missing Since
Storm In Black Hills.
Rapid City , S. D. , June 24. Five
people are known to have been drown
ed In the terrible flood In the Black
Hills last week , and It Is greatly feared
that others will be found when some
of the ranches within a radius of thir
ty or forty miles to Rapid City are
visited. Word was received here yes
terday that Clint Davis and his fam
ily have not been seen since the flood ,
and as the house has been carried
down and cannot be found it Is feared
that the family were In It The ranch
house of Eardly Ham was struck In
the night by the flood and the family
were compelled to take refuge In an
upper story until 6 o'clock the next
afternoon , when they were rescued
from their perilous position. Another
family In this vicinity were forced to
abandon their home and spend the
night out of doors on a slightly higher
place , cither standing or sitting in the
water. John E. Murphy , In charge of
the government Irrigation dam at
Belle Fourche , last night received
word from his wife that a child had
been drowned and asking him to re
turn home. Mr. Murphy , thinking It
his own child , was greatly alarmed ,
and as the railroad track was washed
out , secured a team. He rode all Fri
day night over the terrible roads , at
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several places fording the swollen and
dangerous streams , and once losing his
way so completely that several hours
wore spent In getting back upon the
Mr. Murphy safely reached Whitewood -
wood , where ho telephoned to his wife
and ascertained that it was his
nephew Instead of his son that had
been drowned. The child was drown
ed in the cloudburst that swept down
Stage Barn gulch.
A Cure For Lame Back.
If you are ever troubled with pains
or lameness In the muscles of your
back use Chamberlain's Pain Balm and
they will quickly disappear. Mr. Al
exander Vlollette of Vulcan , Mich. ,
says It Is the best liniment ho ever
used for lame back. For sale by Leon
ard the druggist.
C. Carson and Green , first names un
known , will take notice that on the
31st day of May , 1907 , George L.
Lambert , a Justice of the peace in
and for Norfolk precinct in Madison
county , Nebraska , issued an order of
attachment for the sum of ? 21.GO , In an
action pending before him wherein
John Krantz is plaintiff and C. Carson
and Green first names unknown , are
defendants , that property consisting of
one feather renovator , one engine , and
boiler , a lot of feathers hi ticking , stove
pipe and shovel , has been attached un
der said order.
Said cause was continued to the 26th
day of July , 1907 , at 9 o'clock a. m.
John Krantz , Plaintiff.
Notice to Creditors.
The State of Nebraska , Madison
county , ss.
In the matter of the estate of Fer
dinand Pasewalk , deceased.
Notice is hereby giver to all per
sons having claims and demands
against Ferdinand Pasewalk , late of
said Madison county , deceased , that
the tlmo fixed for filing claims against
said estate Is six months from the
10th day of June , 1907. All such per
sons are required to present their
claims with the vouchers to the coun
ty Judge of said county at his office
In the city of Madison , In said Madi
son county , on or before the llth day
of December , 1907 , and that all claims
so filed will be heard before said Judge
on the llth day of December , 1907 , at
1 o'clock p. m.
It is further ordered that notice to
all persons Interested In said estate
be given by publishing a copy of this
order In the Norfolk Weekly Nows-
Journal , a weekly newspaper , printed ,
published and circulating In said
county , for four consecu'tlve weeka
prior to said day of hearing.
Witness my hand and seal this 4th
day of June , A. D. 1907.
Wm. Bates ,
O R. MEREDITH , D.O
Office , Cotton block , Ash 541 , resi
dence , 109 North Tenth street , 'phone
Toil MUst Not Forget
We are constantly improv
ing in the art of making Fine
Newest Styles in
Cards and Finish ,
We also carry a Fine Line
I. M. MACY
Anyone Bending a sketch and description niny
quickly Kjrortaln our opinion free wnnilier ml
Invention Is probably pale ntnw Communion-
Horn strictly conUdentlul. HANDBOOK onl'aieuts
cut froo. Oldeiit agency f or vocurliiK patents.
Patents taken through Jlunn & Co. receive
tptLVtl notice , rlthout cbariro , la tba
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. lamest cir
culation of any sclentldo Journal. Terms. 13 a
year : four months , ( L Bold by all newsdealer *
0 * New York
onion. r F Bt , W slilni r i. T > O.
WAYNE , NEBRASKA.
, it ulpped ln thB central w.it and bai a tupirb to-
fii " ! ? i ' > e l "ful , beautiful auu proiperons ectlon of NehraiUn. We hare racH.
Hi HPl" t l ° "for hliiif theb it poiilbla Montal. Moral and PhvaloVl train-
Sa ° 5J2V "I l"U enU ° ' DuilMia. Mu.U and ElwllV.mM unexcJ e <
Teachers' Coursr recelva it lit certificates
* and are admitted tnSn.h
of unlvarilty without .lamination 5000 of onKiri Mwn ?
* " 0'DCAT'LOOr"1 JM , PILE. PRESIDENT. WAVNr
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