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PITE NORFOLK WEEKLY NKWS-JOURNAL : FRIDAY , AUGUST 7 1UOS
010 FIRST DAY CROWD HEARS
A MESSAGE OF OPPORTUNITY
"THE POOR MAN'S GOVERNMENT ,
THE POOR BOY'S COUNTRY. "
HON. JOHN R. HAYS INTRODUCES
Sounding n Note of Optimism Senator
J. P. Dolllvcr , Norfolk's First Chau-
ttnuqun Speaker , Held Attention of
To nH pretty a Htrnln of nuiHlc as
Innn pleased Norfolk cars In many a
lny , the Norfolk Initial ehautauu.ua
opened Saturday afternoon.
Senator J. P. Dolllvcr , the nrst
chautauqua speaker , came with an ex-
tier till Ion to the ambitious. Ho was
jlnlroduced at 3I0 : ! o'clock. IJcforo ho
sspoUe the Hoyal Hungarian orchestra ,
ilho evening's concert attraction , gave
ax thirty minute program.
A Perfect Day.
The first chautauqua day was a per
fect one. Just enough suushtno to
give a summer chautauqua fooling ,
-lust enough air stirring through the
igrooii foliage of the chautauqua park
ttrees to relieve a trace of heat. A
Good Opening Day Crowd
Long bi'foro ' Senator Dolllvor was
Introduced the big brown ten brown
tuecauso it keeps out the heating sun
Jbeltcr was comfortably filled. It was
n big opening day crowd. It was an
enthusiastic crowd. It bcomcd to
foretell the success of the first chau
Dolllver a Forceful Speaker.
Senator Dolllvor's eloquence is the
eloquence of force and directness. His
address was a message telling of the
present day chances of success to the
anan who pushes his toes down in the
ud and shoves ahead. "A Poor
Man's Government anil A Poor Boy's
Country" was the senator's1 subject.
T Senu'tor Dolllver's afternoon talk
pleased. It was followed closely and
The speaker was Introduced by Hon.
John H. Hays , long a personal friend
of the Iowa senator. Senator Del
llver was also the guest of Mr , Hays
during Ills stay In Norfolk.
. \iPaund \ Many From Iowa.
Mr. Dolllvor said that i' . gave him
jgnat pleasure to be Introduced by his
old Iowa friend , John U. Hays. Ho
nsked everyone In the audience who
liad over lived in Iowa to hold up
rfhelr hands. Many hands went up.
Then feeling at home the senator
Caunched Into a discussion of the op-
3 > ortunitles In the United States for
In his address Senator Uollvor took
occasion to praise the splendid chau
tauqua grounds ho found In Norfolk.
Orchestra Made a Hit.
Norfolk music lovers were pleased
by the short orchestra concert. They
took It as an Indication of what the
chautauqua would offer in the line of
Thirty tents have gone up on the
chautauqua grounds. The colony ol
campers Is being constantly aug
Sunday's chautauqua crowds were
larger than the first day audience.
Dr. Thomas McClary with his ser-
tnon on religion Sunday afternoon
nnd his evening lecture of "Mirth"
will hardly be surpassed during the
Father Nugent , the great Catholic
orator , speaks at 3 o'clock Monday
afternoon. Ho will be greeted by ono
of the largest crowds of the ten days
Henry Schulz went to Madison
Mrs. Guy Peyton went to Omaha
Miss Lulu Cronk went to Omaha
Paul Wctzel went to Boomer Sun
A. H. Klesau returned from Chicago
Miss Mary Mills returned from
Mrs. 13 , H. Gerecko was up from
H. Hanson of Meadow Grove was
in Norfolk Monday.
Fred Witzel , a Palrview stockman ,
was In the city Monday.
John Davenport of Elgin is visit
ing relatives In the city.
Miss Ella Raasch returned from
"Thurston Saturday evening.
"Mrs. B. T. Reid is In from Farrell ,
"Wyo. , during the chautauqua.
Broil and Pauline Fechner of SCan-
ton were In the city yesterday.
Ralph Gnrvln left at noon for
< Omaha to visit with relatives.
Miss Edna Durland of Plalnvlew is
vlHltlng frlcndH and relatives is the
MlHs Stella Weatherholt returned
from lloflUhift Sunday evening.
MMH | Uroltn ) Crowley of NVIstior
U vlsltliiK Mlns Iti'glna Median.
Mm. A. C. Peters of Stanton Is
MtliiK her mother , Mrs. C. 0.MO -
MI-K. Margaret Hurluy of O'Neill Is
In the city visiting her uncle , Jon
Hobcrt KI-IT of Kansas City was
the Kiiest of his ulster , Mrs. 0. L.
il > di' , Si iidny.
MHH | ICIi ! : Schiilz of Pierce IH In
the city visiting her coiiHln , Miss
tJco. II. llurton , Geo. U. Chrlstoph
and A. Koyen took an auto trip to
Henry Johnson of NVakoflcld Is In
the city visiting Carl Handklev dur
ing clmutauqua week.
U. A. Smith of Wolbach passed
through the city Tuesday enroute
homo from IloneHteol.
J. D. HiiHkell of Wakclleld was In
the city yesterday , a guest at the
homo of D. Mathowson.
Congressman lloyd came down from
Nellgh Monday morning and took the
early train for Nlobrara.
Mrs. Thomas O'Shea and daughter ,
Miss Frances , of Madison wore
chautauqua visitors Monday.
Grunt Mears , sheriff of Wayne coun
ty , was a Norfolk visitor Monday
morning. He came In from the west.
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. lllckabough of
Tabor , la. , will arrive In the city this
evening to visit their son , C. A. Rlcka-
Miss Grace Warner of Oakdalc
came In on the early train. At this
place she met a party of > oung laldes
from Wayne , accompanying them on
a trip to Colorado.
Mrs. A. M. Rlcsau and son , Oliver
Klesau , arrived home Saturday even
ing from Wisconsin , where she has
been visiting slnco last September.
Mrs. Klesau stopped in Chicago on
her way homo.
Miss Emma Marshall and Roy
Halm of Newcastle will arrive In the
city Tuesday to be the guests of Miss
Lois Logan during the chautauqua.
John Koenlgsteln moved into the
Garvln property on Koenlgsteln av
Miss Josephine Durland , who has
been seriously ill for the past week ,
Is reported much Improved this morn-
A. O. Hazcn made the biggest catch
of the season by pulling out of the
river a nine and ono half pound
channel catfish. The fish was
caught on the chautauqua grounds
about 100 yards from the assembly
tent. Mr. Hazcn , the night before
had caught a seven pound catfish.
The river seems to abound with large
Butte Gazette : Word comes from
Lincoln that Dr. Chas. A. McKlm , M.
D. C. , has been seriously 111 with blood
poison , caused by infection from ono
of the cows ho examined for Ander
son , the critter having died from an
thrax. The doctor's life was despaired
of for a few days , but we are pleased
to note that he Is able to be around
S. Reynolds has returned from his
extended trip to Hot Springs , Va. ,
and eastern points. He visited the
different scenes of his childhood and
reports great interest being displayed
concerning the outcome of the nearing -
ing election. William H. Taft , Repub
lican nominee for president , was at
FIRE RUBBISH ALL , } CLEARED
AWAY IN BURNED BLOCK.
BETTER BUILDINGS UNDER WAY
Bumper Crops In the Rosebud Gives
Citizens of Herrlck Great Confi
dence in the Future New Buildings
In Various Parts of Town.
Herrlck , S. D. , Aug. 3. Special to
The News : Herrlck has rapidly re
covered from her recent lire and cer
tain signs of prosperity are ap
parent on every hand. The rubbish
from the burnt district is all cleared
away. New buildings are well under
way most of the lots.
Smith & Relchel have their new
building almost ready foi the roof
while the Kane building Is being
pushed as rapidly as workmen can
push it. J. G. Dunbar will start
work on his building as soon as co-
incut blocks can be secured.
All the new buildings will bo of
content block lire-proof construction
and will bo much superior both in
size and construction to the ones
which wore burned.
Besides the buildings in the burned
district many now and costly build
ings are in process of construction.
Ferd Peters is building a largo pool
hall and bowling alley. J. A. Blair
Is completing a large two-story build
ing on his lots near the Farmers state
bank. Fred Vrank Is completing a
handsome and costly residence. Many
other buildings are just being started.
The bumper crops of this section
have given people wonderful confi
dence and land and town lots are
rapidly changing hands. Evidences
of great and lasting prosperity are ap
parent on. every hand.
SATURDAY NIGHT PRIMARY BARS
THE LOCAL INTEREST CENTERS
North Nebraska Has Several Candi
dates In the State Field Double
Fight in the "Big Six" Contests
In North Nebraska Counties.
Although chautauquas , race meets
and base hall will continue to In
trude , the man with the political bee
has been legally qualified to hold the
center of the stage until September
1 , when the political parties of Ne
braska will pick their candidates.
The time for candidates to get on the
primary ballots closed Saturday ,
North Nebraska Interested.
North Nebraska Is Interested In
many of the contests which are now
formally declared on. Governor Shel
don Is of course expected to sweep
the state and ho is as popular In
Norfolk us elsewhere. In the three
cornered light between Bergc , Shal-
lenbergor and Dahlman , Bergo has
shown more strength In Norfolk than
wns expected. Senator Hale of At
kinson did not enter the fight.
13. O. Garrctt , the Fremont Demo
crat who Is well known in this section
will have two opponents for the
Democratic nomination for lieutenant
John Mattes , jr. , the Nebraska City
Democrat who wishes to bo secretary
of state , Is state president of the
Sons of Herman and Is also known In
Norfolk as the editor of the oldest
German newspaper In the state.
Among the Republican candidates
for the audltorshlp S. R. Barton of
Grand Island Is well known over
north Nebraska as the grand recorder
> f the A. O. U. W. J. L. Pierce ,
another candidate , was In the real
state business In Norfolk from 1883
: o 1892. E. H. Lulkart of Tllden Is
> no of the candidates for the fusion
State Treasurer L. G. Brien of Al
bion has no opposition at the pri
Two Pierce men , Commissioner J.
A. Williams and County Attorney J , A.
Van Wagenen , are candidates for the
Republican nomination for railway
A Matter of Congressmen.
Congressman1 Boyd of Neligh is un
opposed , while Senator Lutta and
ICdgar Howard will do battle for the
In the "Big Six" Congressman
Klnkald is opposed by C. A. Sllbley of
of Curtis. Judge Westover , who
is favored by the Democratic powers ,
has several opponents.
North State Senators.
The north Nebraska men who would
be In the state senate are :
0. R. Thompson of Wiener has a
clean sweep in the seventh. He Is a
S. D. Norton of Neligh or M. C.
Bressler of Clearwater , Republicans ,
will oppose J. D. Hatfield of Neligh , a
Fuslonlst , in the ninth.
D. Rees of Norfolk has no Demo
cratic opposition in the eleventh. The
Republican nomination is between R.
Y. Appleby of Stanton and C. A. Ran
dall of Newman Grove.
F. W. Phillips of Star will have the
Republican nomination In the thir
teenth and James A. Donohuo of
O'Neill the Democratic.
R. S. Rising of Ainsworth and E.
L. Myers of Newport , Republicans ,
contest In the fourteenth. G. M.
Adams of Crawford , Democrat , has
North Nebraska candidates who
are seeking nominations for repre
sentative , where more than ono coun
ty is Involved are :
S. E. Anker of Wayne Is opposed
by John R. Morris of Carroll In the
seventeenth. Adam Pllger of Stanton
will be the Democratic nominee.
T. M. Galbrleth of Butte , G. M1.
Whltehorn of Spencer want the Re
publican nomination In the twelfth ,
Fred J. Sedlacek of Spencer and J.
M. Talcott of Crofton the Fusion nom
E. P. Sklllman of Ainsworth and
W. H. Williams of Ainsworth want
the Republican nomination In the
fifty-first , B. S. Harrington of Ains
worth the Democratic and W. H.
Corey of Long Pine the Socialist ,
H. M. Duval of Sprlngvlew and W.
H. Wharton of Burton desire the Re
publican nomination In the fifty-sec
end , F. W. Johnson of Hay Springs
the Fusion and J. F. Carr of Spring-
view the Democratic nomination.
Charles H. Chnce of Crawford and
Walter R. Kent of Long Lake will
have no opposition If they win the
John Kuhl of Randolph , a Demo
crat , has the whole filed to himself
in the nineteenth district , composed
of Pierce and Cedar counties.
MANY FILE IN ANTELOPE.
Five Filings for Legislature ; Four for
Nollgh , Neb. , Aug. 3. Special to
The News : Nominations will bo at a
premium in Antelope county , where
two Republicans and three Fusionlsts
would go to the legislature and
whore three Republicans are conest-
Ing for nomination for county attor
ney. The Democrats had no
candidate for county attorney until
Saturday afternoon , when John W.
Rice , a recent graduate of the law de
part mont of the state university at
Lincoln , filed.
Tlu > complete primary filings for
Antelope county are :
For representative , IwcMity-flrnt dis
trict. George W. Fannon and F. 15.
Sala. llepubllcans ; W. J. Armstrong ,
Horsey L. Schoiiefelt and Joe McCalg.
Democrats and Peoples Independents.
For county attorney : J. H. Smith.
O. A. Wllllums and E. D. Kllbotirn ,
Kcpubllcans ; JohnV. . Rico , Demo
crat and Peoples Independent.
For supervisors the following Re
publicans have filed : W. H. Morgan
and A. H. Furnard. first district ; F. J.
Loowe and C. 13. Ilemenway , third dis
trict ; L. Thomson , fifth district ; W.
II. Comony , seventh dtst'-lct ' ; . The
Fusion filings are : H. P. Lechty ,
first district ; A. F. Bare , third dis
trict ; Harry Thlssen , llfth district ;
C. II. Green and P.V. . Payne , seventh
A LARGE FIELD IN PIERCE.
County Commissioner Stclnkraus and
Three Other Democrats In Race.
Pierce , Neb. , Aug. 3. Special to
Teh News : The time for Hilling
names on the primary ballot being
past , the line up in Pierce county is
as follows :
For county attorney on the Repub
lican ticket are , Chas. Stewart of
Osmond and \V. W. Qulvey of Pierce.
K. W. McDonald of Pierce has no
opposition on the Demociatlc side.
For county commissioner the Re
publicans have August Schwltchten-
borg and N. M. Nelson to choose from ,
while the Democrats will have four
names to ponder over Herman Stein-
kratis , Herman Ahlman R. Lanmau
and George Story. Mr. Stclnkraus is
up for re-election.
STANTON COUNTY FILINGS.
Republican Petitioners File W. W.
Young for County Attorney.
Stanton , Neb. , Aug. 3. Special to
The News : The name of W. W.
Young for county attorney was filed
by twenty-live Republicans. Mr.
Young was absent and was advised by
telegraph of the action taken. As
yet no response has been received
The following candidates will ap
pear on the Stanton county primary
For county commissioner , Thomas
Kingston , Democrat.
For county attorney , D. C. Chase ,
Democrat , W. W. Young , Republican.
For county surveyor to fill va
cancy , Conrad F. Wagner , Republi
can.For state representative , Adam
Pllger , Democrat.
In Holt County.
O'Neill , Neb. , Aug. 3. Special to
The News : The following are the
primary filings in Holt county :
County attorney : L. C. Chapman
of O'Neill , Republican ; E. H. Whelan ,
Incumbent , Fusion ; Duran Hunt of
Page , Socialist.
Senator , thirteenth district : F. W.
Phillips of Star , Republican ; J. A.
Donohoo of O'Neill , Fusion.
Representative , fiftieth district : H.
A. Allen of Atkinson and W. W. Bet-
hea of Ewing , Republicans ; H. R.
Henry of Disney and Thomas J. Wil-
born of Atkinson , Fusion.
Supervisors : First district , Henry
Ilenning , Republican ; S. M. Aldridgc ,
Populist ; Otto Nilson , Democrat ;
third district , J. U. Yantjl , Republi ;
can ; J. A. Golden , Fusion ; fifth dis
trict , G. E. Moore , Republican , J. D.
Grimes , Fusion ; seventh district ,
Conrad Kramer , Republican , N. D.
No Democrats in Rock.
Bassett , Neb. , Aug. 3. Special to
The News : No Democratic filings
were made in Rock county primaries.
The Republican filings are : F. N.
Morgan for county attorney , Frank
Kcnney of Newport and J. C. Rupert
of Bassett for county commissioner
In the second district.
Cherry Republicans Have the Field.
Valentine , Neb. , Aug. 3. Special to
The News : Republicans have a com
plete monolopy upon the primary
filings In Cherry county. Three Re
publicans would be county attorney :
Robert G. Easley of Valentine , E. L.
Heath of Cody and John M. Tucker
of Valentine. George E. Russel of
Cody filed for county commissioner.
Contests in Boone.
Albion , Neb. , Aug. 3. Special to
The News : The list of candidates
filing for primary nominations In
Boone county Is :
For representative , A. A. Smith and
Roscoe R. Smith , Republican ; I. S.
Bygland , Fusion.
For county attorney , O. M. Need-
ham , Republican ; A. E. Garten and
Edwin Vail , Fusion.
For county commissioner , first dis
trict , Mike Cavey and Oliver Wilson ,
Republican ; A. J. Pritchford , Fusion ,
For county commissioner , third dis
trict , Jas. Worden , Lars Nore and Jens
Rand , Republican ; Chas. Preusser ,
I. H. DeLarm and A. J. Tlsthamer ,
The Primary In Keya Paha ,
Sprlngvlew , Neb. , Aug. 3. Special
to The News : The following men
are In the primary race In Keya
County attorney : W. C. Brown of
Sprlngvlew , Republican ; Forrest Lear
of Springvlow , Fusion.
County clerk : Ben S. Turney of
Simpson , John Schele of Cams , Ira
S. Holllngsworth of Brocksburg and
Goo. F. Cady of Jamison , Republicans ;
Robert J. Evans of Nordon , Chas. W.
Logan of Norden and Perry Mlllikln
of Burton , Fusion.
County commissioner : Marcus
Frauen of Xordcn , Republican ; Frank
P. Fisher of Nordon , Fusion.
County surveyor : J.v. . Molnron
of Sprlngvlow , Republican.
. Socialist Runs In Brown.
Ainsworth , Nob. , Aug. II. Special
: o The News : The following candl
latos will week nomlnuiliuis at tin
iirlmary elect Ion In September.
For representative , E. P. SUIllman
nnd W. H. Williams. HI pni.iie.i'is. .
B. S. Harrington , Democrat , W H
Corey , Socialist. All four candidates
ire from Ainsworth.
For county attorney , J. P. DaUxKnn
: > f l ng Pine , A. J. Warrlck of Atns
worth , Hepiibllcan.
For commissioner , first district. J
r\ . Garrow of l ng Pine , Hopubllcan.
I ) . \V. Darlington of Sumo side , Dem
For commissioner , second district ,
Frank Lesslg , Republican ; W. D. M.
Cord , Democrat. Both of Ainsworth.
For surveyor , Ralph D. Seymour of
R. S. Rising of Ainsworth Is seeli
ng the Republican nomination for
The Cumlng County Filings.
West Point , Neb. , Aug. 3. Special
o The News : The complete primary
llings for Cumlug county are as fol-
For representative , fifteenth rep
resentative district , F. Sunneuschein
ind Charles Y. Thompson , Republi
cans ; Charles Graff and Ferdinand
Koch , Democrats.
For county attorney , M. Mclaugh
lin , Republican ; T. M. Franse and S.
S. Krako , Democrats.
For supervisors , first district , John
Munderloh , Republican ; Richard II.
Stafford , Democrat ; third district ,
George F , Kenower , Democrat ; llfth
district , L. Laurltzon and Martin By-
song , Republicans ; S. P. Johnson ,
Democrat ; seventh district , Chris.
Hupp and William Dill , Republicans ;
Emll Von Seggern , Democrat.
Boyd County Filings.
Butte , Neb. , Aug. 3. Special to
The News : With the primary closed
two Republicans and two Democrats
are looking towards the legislature.
Three Republicans have a clear Held
for the county attorneyshlp.
Thomas N. Galbralth and G. W.
Whltohorn , both of .Spencer , have
filed for the Republican nomination
for representative from the twentieth
district. Fred Sedlacek of Spencer
has Hied for the fusion nomination
while Dr. J. M. Talcott of Knox coun
ty seeks the same nomination.
For county attorney W. A. Gobel
of Butte , G. A. McCutchan of Spencer
and R. R. Hazcn of Naper have Hied
for the Republican nomination. John
F. Kreyclk of Lynch filed for the
Democratic nomination but later with
Other filings are as follows :
For supervisor : First district , C.
\V. Orr and H. P. Peterson , Repub
licans , and Frank J. Mulhalr , Demo
crat ; third district , Albion Olson , Re
publican , Chris Anderson , Democrat ;
fifth district , John Mordy and D. E.
Brown , Republicans ; seventh district ,
Fred Hasche , Republican , Franlc Jer-
man , Democrat , August Korth , Demo
crat and Peoples Independent.
For justice of the peace : J. W.
Hummel , Butte , R. S. Scoflcld , Demo
crat , Butte ; N. A. Hagenstoin , Demo
crat , Spencer. M. L. HonKe has been
filed for treasurer of Butte township
as a Republican and Democrat , P.
H. Simons as a Republican for clerk ,
Henry Stamer as a Democrat for
treasurer of Spencer township.
The Madison county filings were
given in the News Saturday : Jack
Koenigstein of Norfolk , H. Haldcrson
of Newman Grove and James Nichols
of Madison , Republicans , and J. C.
Engelman of Norfolk , Democrat , for
county attorney ; George N. Beels of
Norfolk , Republican , and L. J. Young
of Newman Grove , Democrat , for rep
resentative , and Ben Davis , Republi
can , and John Malone , Democrat , for
BUT NO ONE HURT SEATS NOT
ALONE IN STAGGERING.
O'Neill , Neb. , Aug. 1. From a staff
correspondent : A bunch of seats at
Bonheur Bros , pony and dog show
collapsed last night and dropped a
number of people. Fortunately no
body was hurt. The seats weren't
the only things that staggered at the
show , either. The ringmaster did a
little along that line , himself. The
ponies , despite the condition , kept
NELIGH JURY DISAGEES
Jury Out Five Hours Five Men
Couldn't ' Swing One Over.
Neligh , Neb. . Aug. 1. Special to
The News : The case of Dr. A .F.
Conory against Veterinary Surgeon
Mathews In the county court yester
day afternoon resulted In a disagree
ment , the jury after being out over
five hours agreeing to disagree. The
plaintiff sought possession of a cer
tain piece of Nollgh property to
which the defendant claimed a year's
contract. The vote of the jury stood
flvo to ono In favor of Dr. Conery ,
Judge N , D. Jackson represented the
plaintiff and J. B. Smith , Dr. Math-
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iilr out. Sixty Ihoiiknml pnlts sold Inst yriir
Over two hmuHal thousntul pairs now in use ,
/Pr/0W/Mmicinnllsi7cs. . Hlsllvel
ntul easy riding , very t
a spcclnl nunl'ity of rubber , \vlilcli nrver iKtomts
traruni niul which closes up smnll tnincUittsvlthout nil
IiiK thciiirtocs npe. WclikveliundittUtif k-llcisfioinKitit. Notion tlin thick rnlilirr trcn.l
ficilcustoincrs tntlnp Hint their tiK' lmvcoiilyl > cen iiiiiiiH-l | "A" mill | iiniotiirn til | > "II"
uponccorIwlceInnwliolcseason. Tlicywclulitioiiioictliiin niul "l > , " | MO rlin ntrlp "It"
nMoiiUimrytlrc lielinncturctcslKtliiKilimllllc.slicliiRRlvcii to | ir vent rliu oiittltiK , Till *
seycrnl of thin , tire will < iiitliml any otlior
by layers spcclnlly jnciotetl falnlc on the . ' '
trend. The regular price ol tlicscllrcslsf.S.yopcrpnlr.bntfor iuul < o-.NOKI' . lil.Abl'lO niul
silvertlsitiepiirimsciwcarcinnklnt'aiipfCinrfaclory'pricct " * ' ' " * SKIDINd. .
the tlilcr of only f.8o | per pair. All orders slilpiwil Kline ilny letter U received. We slilpC. O. n. on
approval. Yon do not pny n cent until yon Imve examined nnd found them Mrlctlv ni tepresenled.
we will allow n cnsii dlnriiiuit of s per cent ( thereby making the price Hl.niV per imlt ) II yon
send FillI- CASH WITH OltDKlt nnd enclose tlili mlvcrtV-ment. We will nlio send one
nickel ptnted brass band pump. Tires to be returned nt ( Hill expense If for any rcnson thrv nre
not satisfactory on examination. We nrc perfectly reliable nnd money sent In us Is ns safe an' In n
bank. If you order a pair of these tlics , yon will find ( lint they will ride enMcr , run faster ,
wear better , last longer and look finer Ihnn any tire yon Imve ever used or necn nt nny pt Ice.Vc
know that yon will lie so well plrnscd Hint wlien yon want n bicycle yon will give us your order.
We want you to send ns a trial order at once , hence this remarkable tire oiler.
\fmB Alccn TJOftTO don't buy nny kind nt nny price until yon send for n pair of
' * Wlflr fvCCl * cfrfCO Ilcdgetborn I'nnctnrc-I'roof tires on approval nnd trial at
the special introductory price quoted above , or write for our big Tire nnd Sundry Catalogue which
describes and quotes all makes nnd kinds of tires nt nlxjut half tlKMiitml piices. . . _ _ . .
Unf U/AIT but write us n postal today. ! > ( > NOT THINK Ol > 'IUIYINO n bicycle
nvJ I WWftli on pair of tires from anyone until you know the new end wonderful
offers we arc making. It only costs a postal to learn everything. Write It NOW. v ,
J. L. MEAD CYCLE COMPANY , CHICAGO , ILL ,
WEST POINT DEFEATED 3 TO 2
IN GREAT STRUGGLE.
Lindsay , Noli. , AUKSpecial to
The -News : In an eleven Inning strut- ;
Klo Lindsay won Irom West Point by
it sliiKlp score in a game played at
Doilm ? , the llnal score standing u to
The Lindsay team was accompanied
by the Lindsay cornet band and by a
gay crowd of rooters. When the
team returned In the evening with Its
splendid victory they received an
ovation nt Lindsay. Local players
and fans were loud In their praise of
the royal way they were treated by
the Dodge management.
The score :
Lindsay 1000000100 1 I !
West Point..0 000200000 0 2
Uatterles , Lindsay , Ilormon and
Huclunaster ; West Point , the Xacek
Central City news Item : Bound for
the Pacific coast , where the fruit
crop Is awaiting shipment , 150 empty
refrigerator cars , drawn by one of
the big " ! ! 00" engines , went through
here on the Union Pacific last Satur
day. This Is the kind of a train that
stretches out some , as the engine
passed through the city before the
last car entered.
The Northwestern has put a force
of men at work on Us Platte river
bridge and the approaches are now
being raised at either ond. It is the
intention to raise the level of the
bridge about four feet and eventually
to replace the wooden structure with
a steel girder bridge. In the twenty
years or more that this bridge has
been In service It has never been
hard hit by Ice or flood , and has al
ways been passable for trains.
Railroad Age-Gaz.ette : Newspaper
reports that the Chicago , Bnrllngton
& Quincy road will soon begin build
ing now line through central
Wyoming from Guernsey to Thermop-
oils are Incorrect. The Burlington has
no Intention of building any new line
at present or In the Immediate future.
It is reported from Texas that
Mrs. Hetty Green Is to become a rail
road magnate , having purchased a
large share In the People's railroad ,
which Is proposed to build from
Terrel on the line of the Texas Mid
land , to Tyler , a distance of nearly
The Missouri and Northern Arkan
sas has filed with the Arkansas secretary -
rotary of state a certificate Increasing
Its capital stock 1,875,000 fop the pur
pose of .completing that part of the
main line between Leslie and Pang-
burn , about seventy-five miles. Up
to date the company has Increased Its
capital stock $8,539,000 , to cover the
line being built from Joplln to Helena ,
Ark. , 400 miles.
Dispatches saying that the Pennsyl
vania , Baltimore & Ohio and Vandor-
bill Interests are awakening to the
fact that they are threatened with
shortage of equipment with returning
of prosperity , are berne out by Information
mation secured from the Interstate
commerce commission. Officials are
predicting a car shortage by fall , and
Chairman Knapp of the commission ,
In nu Interview , takes the view that
an early and serious car shortage Is
A decision of the Interstate com
merce commission established the
rule that a railroad has no right , by
refusing through routes and reason
able rates , to restrict or circumscribe
the opportunity of merchants to buy
In widely extended markets. The commission -
mission holds it to bo the duty of
common carriers to haul traffic offered
and to make necessary arrangements
nnd furnish facilities and establish
ruisonable rates therefor. It Is also
held thai n carrier Is not justified In
refusing tralllc from points on other
Ilius on ( he grounds that such tralllc
\\ould displace the market tralllc from
points on its own Hue , and thus Ad
versely affect Its revenue.
Arrested for Sioux City Burglary.
Ainsworth , Neb. , Aug. I ! . Arthur
.Johnson of Iowa was arrested In
Cherry county yesterday by Sheriff
Plorsal of Brown county and put In
jail hero this morning for burglary
In Sioux C'lty , la. , on July -I.
COUNTY OFFICIALS SAID TO BE
WORKING ON THAT THEORY.
Pierce , Neb. , Aug. 1. Special to
The News : That the horse rustling
In Nebraska Is the work of a well or
ganized band of men and that the
leader or captain of the entire band
resides within the borders of Pierce
county is a theory on which the shoiiff
and the county attorney of Pierce
county have been working for some
Several horses have been stolen In
Pierre county within the past month.
Sin riff I\\\er ) during that time also
llscovt fed a team which had been
stolen from that county.
REI5TLES PLATES ARE RIGHT
REI5TLE5 RATES ARE RIGHT
ENGRAVER AND ELECTROTYPER
It IIM 1420-24 LAWRtttCt OtNVCD COLO
OUR CUTS PRINT
BO YEARS *
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i r.nr finiiiiiii tuo : 'I'l'tLor an
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MIIIIH ' 'Mifri-.n B-ifiitliil. - HANflEOOX onl'iruiKi
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Sci lif sc 3J tcrc2tt. !
\ liiiinlsoMipIv lllns'rnlf-d wr-nltlr. J..re 'M rlr-
II'MII. ' . . ! ! of nny pi'iuiuinc jniirinil. 'l' 'rinn. IU a
y.mr- I .iir iiionliiB , < l. bulj t > nil 1
iJ V ttV'a ! ) ii.tl ,11.1C. .
YuiJ Milst Not Forget
We are constantly improv
ing in the art of making Pine
Newest Styles in
Cards and Finish ,
We also carry a Fme Line
I. M. MACY
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