The Norfolk weekly news-journal. (Norfolk, Neb.) 1900-19??, May 28, 1909, Page 2, Image 2
Tllti NUKULK WEEKLY NEWS-JUUllNALFIUDAl' MAY 28 11)09 ) .SATURDAY SIFTING. Knnnlu Urauul la In Oninlm on n nhort vlnlt. 0.V. . Davy left for n visit with rclntlveB In Michigan. MlHflcn Clara and Uorthn Mnnaku ojiont Friday In I'lorco. Miss Lillian .McCabo Is expected from Colninliim tlila evening to spend the week with her filuntl Miss Fno Livingston. Mrs. U.V. . Jonas IB visiting rela- tlvt'H In Randolph for a few days. 0. W. Lomniit Is In Iowa on a busi ness trip to bo gone several days. Mrs.V. . L. Howling and Mrs. D. U. Lynch wuro up from Madison Friday. Fred Schergor , the Hattlo Crook miller , was In Norfolk for a few hours on business. F. 10. .lames of Valentino has been In Norfolk the past week visiting his nlsU-r , Mrs. il. U. Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Sprecher left Saturday noon for Montana , where Mr. Sprecher expects to locate. Airs. E. P. Hummel of Sioux City Is hero to visit her mother , Mrs. August IJriimimind , who Is sluk. Mrs. Hummel is accompanied by her son Earl. Mrs. Fred C. Marshall and little baby will come down from 'Nlobrara tomorrow to visit a week or more with Mrs. Marshall's parents , Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Vlole. Miss Emma Ilaumgartnor has re- Blgned her place In the central office of the Nebraska Telephone company and has gone to Laurel for a visit be fore leaving to spend the summer In Portland , Ore. Dr. J. C. Myers came In Friday from O'Neill , whore he was sent to attend to some state work as deputy state veterinarian. Dr. Myers has been putting In a good deal of his time re cently In state work. Dr. Myers and Dr. C. A. McKIm , recently state vet erinarian , have had their olllces to gether , but are not working 'under partnership. ' Editor F. E. Martin of Battle Creek was In Norfolk last night. Oil Inspector P. J. Pratt of Hum phrey was In the city over night. Among the out of town visitors wore : Hev. E. Young , Firth ; Sheriff C. E. Hall , O'Neill ; James Hurrett , Atkinson ; J. II. Crabb , Clay Center ; -Albeit Olson , Fairfax , S. D. ; C. A. Iilndahl , Elmer Hedlund and Martha Anderson , Drlstow ; O. II. Glllespio , Madison ; Jule Van Gilbert , Nellgh ; E. J. Flllkson , Ralph Fuerd and W. M. Kreldler , Battle Creek ; Hilda Blngtron , Anoka ; A. L. Howser , Wayne. The Damascus coinmanflery of Knights Templar Installed Its newly elected ofllcers on the evening of As cension day. G. T. Sprecher , past commander , was the Installing officer. The new officers are as follows ; C. E. Burnham , commander ; G. B. Salter , generalissimo ; David Roes , captain general ; Joseph Allbory , senior war den ; S. G. Dean , Junior warden ; A. II. Vlolo , prelate ; L. C. Mlttelstadt , treasurer ; G. T. Sprecher , recorder ; G. II. Burton , standard bearer ; J. Warren McClary , sword bearer ; E. J. Rlx , warder ; J. S. VanAlstln , sentinel. A new time card , Introducing ad ditional train service on the North western , becomes effective Sunday. The new fast train from Omaha will arrive Saturday evening for the first time , coming In on the present sched ule. The Omnhn local will arrive at 7 p. m. The morning passenger from the west , which will arrive at 6:15 : and leave for Lander Instead of mak ing up at Long Pine. The first evenIng - Ing train for Omaha arrives at 0:30 : p. m. from Long Pine Sunday. After Sunday the evening Dallas passenger connects with this train. The new morning train west , though a seven- day train , Is not put on until Monday morning , when It leaves the Junction at 7:10 : and comes uptown , leaving the city station at 7:25 : , proceeding west towards Chadron over the west wye , All of the trains are local save the now fast train from Omaha , whlcli arrives at 7:35 : p. m. The corrected time card appears In The News today , Mrs. H. S. Overocker Is on the slcli list this week. The Methodist Aid society will be entertained at * .he Methodist churcl next Thursday afternoon by Mrs. Mar tin Brubaker and Mrs. H. B. Thomas All the ladles are Invited to attend. Mrs. H. A. Senn , assisted by Mrs Myron Collamer , entertained the Al tar society of the Catholic churcl Thursday afternoon. A two-courst luncheon was served and a very pleas ant afternoon enjoyed. John Kyi and family have inovei here from Sioux City. Mr. Kyi Is ar expert cream tester and will wort for E. B. Kauffman , who has fount It necessary , on account of largo In crease In business , to make an ad dltlon to his force. A number of Norfolk followers o the wrestling sport arranged to at tend the Saturday evening wrestling match at Enola between "Kid" Jonser and Dick Walton. It was stated Sat urday afternoon that several carriages and autos were going down to Madl eon for the match. The Norfolk high school basebnl team , which played a return game with the Nellgh high school at No llgh Saturday afternoon , will close tin season next Saturday by a game U this city with the Stanton high school The Norfolk nine took the noon trait to Nollgh Saturday , expecting a clos ( game. Fighting dogs badly frightened Mrs Thomas Ferris last evening. Mrs Ferris , accompanied by her husband was walking down Norfolk avenue when several dogs started flghtlnf beneath her feet and sue fell to tin sidewalk. She was carried Into th < Fueslor tailor shop and , after a shor rest , was able to go homo In a car rlago. J. II. Conley expects to ship hli household goods to Prosho , S. D. , tlu last day of the present month. Mr Conley has traded his home on Soutl Thirteenth street to W. B. Donaldson for a quarter section of land three miles south of town , which ho has sold to John Harry of Wahoo. .Mr. Conley disposed of a quarter of his own adjacent to the Donaldson qiii < r- tor to Barry two weeks ago. Sallua ( Kan. ) Evening Journal : Allsa Hattlo AIcKIm , of 141 South Eighth street , Is having the pleasure of a visit for a few days from the follow ing friends , who composed the party In which Miss Hattlo and her brother , Rev. Win. U. McKIm , for a number of years rector of the Episcopal church of this city , took the Mediterranean crulKO a year ago : Mr. and Mrs. Ill- land South worth , Miss Elslo South- worth , Mr. J. C. Stevens , Mrs. G. K. Alexander of Abilene , and Miss Ber tha McGregor of Parkersburg , W. Va. Miss McKIm Is entertaining a few frlondd with her guests at dinner this evening. A "tip" was secured today Indicat ing that the Rlngllng circus would visit Norfolk. Barnum & Bailey re cently had a "skirmisher" here but ho failed to connect with a Norfolk date and may really have been hero In the Interest of the other big show owned by the circus trust. In forma tion comes In an Indirect way from the Rlngllng organization that the cir cus , which Is said to carry 1,1200 people ple , has contracted with the Union Pacific to carry Its special trains over the Columbus-Norfolk branch for a Norfolk date. A very pleasant surprise was sprung on Miss Bessie Hunter Friday even ing. A party of friends and class mates calling at the homo of her aunt , Mrs. John Phlney unannounced bring ing with them several beautiful pres ents and lots of good things to eat. Among those attending were : Misses Ethel Long , Lllla Williams , Gladys Hartford , Hattle Adams , Martha Brown , Opal Dunn , Ethel Hlbben , Blr- die Knhl , Marguerite Lough , Buel Low , Alice Ogden , Myfamwy Solomon , ant ] Bessie Turner. Miss Hunter has been attending high school here , but will leave for her home In Ouster , S. D. , In a few days. The new clothing store of I. Son- neland , in the Mafquardt block , was formally opened to the public on Sat urday , and the opening will continue tonight , when cigars for the men and carnations for the ladles will be given away by the proprietor. The room in which Mr. Sonneland opens a clothIng - Ing store Is that formerly occupied by the J. D. Sturgeon Music company. The room has been redecorated and remodeled. Mr. Sonneland has been In business at Newman Grove for sev eral years , prior to that having been located at Harlan , la. Mr. Sonneland has rented a dwelling on Eleventh street. He has two sons , one of whom is in the state university mod' leal school , the other Just finishing the high school course at Newman Grove. The latter will assist his fa ther In the clothing business. The primary election this yeai takes place on August 17 , the third Tuesday in the month. Misses Bertha Hanson or Tllden and Gertrude Thelan of Alton , la. , have come to Norfolk to accept posi tions In the A. L. Kllllan store. Joe Trulock , who has been critically 111 , was able to bo up town Saturday morning for the first' time since his Illness. Pierce Leader : Miss Reua Olmsteil of Norfolk , principal of our high school , was offered a similar position In the Plalnvlew school the first ol the week. However , Miss Olmsted will remain In Pierce for the coming school year. The Norfolk Jewelry company will open a new store on Norfolk avenue , This Is the same company who have for years had a store at this location but , who last year sold their entire stock to H. D. Howard of Falrfield Mr. Howard removing the stock tc Fall-field. Jieven-year-old Charles Mather , a fishing In a ditch , succeeded yestordaj afternoon In catching his left hand Ir the throw line he was using to catcl fish none of which of course were real ly In the little pool. One of the hooks on the throw line became deeply 1m bedded In the fleshy part of the hand It was Impossible to extract the heel until a physician was called. Dr Hagey cut out the prong. The lad Is n son of George Mather living or South Fourteenth street. A meeting of the Fourth of Julj committee will be called next wool to take action on the Norfolk celebration tion , which has been rather hanglnf fire recently. The business men declared clared strongly In favor of a celebra tlon , and It Is desired that the cele bratlon be one of the best In Nebras ka. Wayne has decided not to cele brate , but a number of Norfolk's close neighbors , Including Stanton , Pierce and Osmond , will celebrate. Up Ir the Rosebud both Dallas and Falrfa ? have decided to celebrate. Wakofleli and Carroll , In northeast Nebraska will celebrate. Norfolk , Pierce , Os mend and Fairfax have decided t ( celebrate on Saturday , the third. Car roll celebrates on the fifth. The Fourth of July escapes the dayllgh saloon law by a close margin. The now 8 o'clock law becomes effective Tuesday. June 6. Pat Chandler no longer langulshei In the county jail. Oilo of the act ; of Judge Welch In Madison during the week was to issue an order dls charging Chandler from the custod > of the sheriff on condition that ho re main in the Jurisdiction of the courl and that ho report each month to Dls trlct Clerk W. H. Fields the amount of his earnings , which , after deduct Ing what Is actually necessary for his own support , shall bo paid on tlu judgment obtained by Minnie Prouss Chandler has been In the county Jai for about six months , during whlcl thno he has made repeated efforts tc bo released. Ho was hold In the Jal because the judgment was not pali and , having no money to pay H , he might have spent the remainder ol his life In the county jail , had not Judge Welch thought that lie had been punished enough to bo entitled to n chance to pay off the claim. Chandler's real name Is Clmuncy Chandler , but ho Is known as Pat Chandler. Four Dakota Accidents. Slonx Falls , S. D. , May 21.--Special to The News : Four South Dakota children and youths nt widely sepa rated points In the state have dm Ing the past few days been victims of accidents , which lesulted In two deaths and the serious Injury of the other two victims. Tt Tyndall the Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Buchta was di owned In a pall of water. The child Is supposed to have fallen Into the pall while playing around It. When found It was wedged headfirst in the ptrll with the water around Its face. The child waa less than 2 years old. While .lighting a lamp the 7-yoar-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo LnBnrge , re siding on n homestead southeast of tlio town of Reliance , Lyman county , received burns which caused his death after suffering terrible agony for an hour or more. The father and mother were temporarily absent from the house at the time. The unfortu nate boy's clothing was entirely burned off and his body was burned from head to feet. Albert.Rlchtcr . , the 14-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rlchter , living near Hartford , while operating n disc harrow was thrown from the machine , which collided with one of his legs , breaking both bones. Elijah Parker , the young son of Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Parker , who reside near Hazel , while unhitching his team In the field had an experience which nearly cost him his life. All that stood between him and eternity was the fortunate breaking of a leather strap. Ho became entangled In one of the lines and the sudden whirling of the horses caused the line to become - , come wound around the lower part of one of his legs. The horses nt this 'juncture ' became frightened and ran 'away ' , dragging the boy some dls tance , when he was released by the line breaking under the strain. Had the line not broken he would have been dragged to death. AFTER LITTELL'S PLACE. Death of Wayne County Superlnten dent A.'QUses Officeseekers. Waye , Neb. , May 21. The countj commissioners will meet on June 1 at which time it is expected that thej ( wlll appoint a county superlntendenl to succeed A. E. Littell , deceased , ant a lively contest Is developing for the place. Whoever may be appointed tc fill the vacancy at this time will have an a'dvantage over others In this fall's election. Commissioner Farran is In cllned to the belief that the vacancj should be given to some one who will agree not to be a candidate in No vember , thus giving all an equal sho\\ with the people at election time. II has also been suggested that Mrs. Lit tell be allowed to fill out her husband's unexplred term. Those most prom inently mentioned are Professoi Wright and Mrs. Phillips of Wayne Ben Robinson and Pennle Venneberj of Carroll , and Professor Ollne o : Sholes. Wlnslde , which has given the county Us last three superintendents appears to have no candidate at this time. Only Dead Drunk. Madison , Neb. , May 22. Special tc The News : Mrs. Fred Davis , golnj homo from Eastern Star lodge lasl night , stumbled upon a man in the street whom she thought dead. He proved to be drunk and Is In Jail. His name Is Joe Bousel. W. V. Allen has been engaged te defend Unruh , charged with fraud. Wayne Normal Notes. The state examinations are belnj held here Friday and Saturday. / number are taking them. Miss Elsie Dobbin of Hosklns en rolled Monday for the remainder 01 the year. She will complete the state teachers' professional course. John T. Sauntry went to Battle Creek Thursday where he dellveree the graduating address for the publli schools of that place. Misses Ida Gleason and Helen Hoff man , two of last year's students , were at the college this week making ar rangements for attending next term These young ladles 'have been ver ; successful teachers this year it Wayne county. Miss Jennie Vennerberg , Carroll'i most efficient 'principal ' for two years was a pleasant caller on the hill Mon day. She will start Saturday for r trip to the land of her nativity- Sweden. Professor and j.trs. d. M. Brlgn were In Wlnslde Wednesday ovenlni attending a banquet of the Woman's club. They report a most enjoyable time. time.Miss Miss Ida Williams , a most estlm able student here for two years , latei a resident of Randolph , Neb , , passee away Monday. She will bo sadly miss ed by her large circle of friends. Rev. Mr , Smith of the Baptlsi church gave a most excellent address last Sunday at a joint meeting of the Y. W. C. A. and Y. M. C. A. These associations together with the Catho Ho club are doing excellent work thli year. North Dakota Bank Robbed. Lisbon , N. D. , May 21. The State Bank of Englovalo was robbed earl ) today of ? 3,600. Lightning Strikes House. The farm dwelling house of Eman uel Hubonka , five miles west of Wesl Point , was struck by lightning am seriously damaged , The family wort In the house nt the time , but escapee Injury. Dr. Julius Llngenfelder has resigned his office as coroner of Cumlng coun ty and Dr. II , R. Morse of Wlsnor has been appointed to the olllco by the county board of supervisors. North Nebraska Deaths. HelmberBor , srr ago 73 , who died at the home of his sou near Madison , had only recently removed irom his home In Michigan. James K. Porter , who had lived In Aliifiworth , Madison and Fairfax , S. 1) . , died recently at his home In Spo kane. Miss Ida Williams of Randolph , who dlud of pneumonia , was burled In the Wayne cemetery. Now Believes In Dreams. Sioux Falls , S. D. , May 22. Special to The News : That there is nothing whatever in di cants has been the be lief of Frank Dellre , a business man of the little town of Platte , but now It Is different. Dellro himself had a dream which proved to bo.one of the moro than ordinary kind. Last fall he In some manner lost n diamond while In his store , and a search at the time failed to reveal the slightest trace of the missing Jewel. Since that time he has thought of the diamond on a number of occasions , being greatly puzzled as to what could have become of It. Doubtless through thinking of the lost diamond ho a night or two ago dreamed of the miss ing gem. In his dream he saw the lost diamond swept out of his store and dumped Into a barrel of sweepIngs - Ings whlcli stood In the yard behind his store. The dream was of so vivid a char acter and made such an impression upon him that he decided to examine the contents of the barrel. Going somewhat shamefacedly to the rear of his store , he dumped the contents of the barrel upon a clear spot of ground , and then commenced pushing the debris aside as he looked for the missing diamond. After working for a time he caught the reflection of something bright , which proved to be the lost diamond , which had remained in the barrel since being placed there last fall soon after It was lost. Court at Fairfax. Fairfax , S. D. , May 22. Special to The News : Judge Tripp arrived at noon from Yankton and opened nn adjourned term of district court , and it is understood will "clear the cal endar. " There are probably fifty cases to be disposed of. Several out side attorneys are pVesent. Peterson-Calver. Alnsworth , Neb. , May 22. Special to The News : Miss Mabel Calver of this city and Hans Peterson , a rail way machinist at Long Pine , were married at the home of the bride in this city Thursday evening. They are at home to their friends in Long Pine. Unite Madison Phones. Madison , Neb. , May 22. Special to The News : At a meeting of the di rectors in the Madison Telephone com pany and the Farmers' Independent Telephone company , held in the office of County Attorney Nicholson yester day , consolidation was affected. Otto Fuerst will be superintendent of the new company and Is now blocking out the city for new cables and wires , About $2,000 will be expended. One switchboard will be used that now in the Jensen building. The same instruments ns those used by the Bell company , will be used. $1,914.80 from Braasch Fund. Madison , Neb. , May 22. Special to The News' The inheritance tax which Madron county received from the Braasch estate , of which final ac count was made yesterday before County Judge Bates , is $914.80 , less the expense of making the appraise ment and accounting therefor , which will be paid by the county treasurer out of this fund. The portion of the tax coming from the heirs of the es tate was paid under protest ; however , there is little ground or likelihood ol a contest. All taxes of this nature gc Into the road fund of the county. O. H. Glllesple , one of Madison's popular merchants and a member ol the city council , has received notice from Governor Shallenberger that he had been appointed a delegate to the national good road congress , which convenes at Seattle during the expo sition this summer. Mr. Glllesple has long been preaching the gospel ol good roads , and has patented one ol the best road graders on the market George Mollne , a pioneer resident of Madison county , died this morning nt St. Anthony's hospital , Denver , where he was taking treatment. His funeral will take place at the Cath olic church of this city Monday. Goes to Naper West Point. Neb. , May 24. Special to The News : Miss Katherine Lin- ton , primary teacher of the West Point public schools , has resigned hoi position and will become principal of the schools nt Naper , Boyd county , at an Increased salary. Wlsner Contributes Liberally. Wlsner , Neb. , May 24. Special tc The News : To Rev. L. V. Slocum and W. E. Kelso Is duo the credit ol soliciting ? 1C20 toward remodeling the Methodist church and parsonage of this city and , as but six and a hall hours were required for the work , the gentlemen are happy over their suc cess. The people of Wlsner are responding spending generously to this call and , since the work of soliciting is not yet completed , the prospect for a larger church and a comfortable parsonage Is unusually good. This need has been felt for some time , and now that the work has begun , the desired changes are practically asoured. Nellgh 20 } Norfolk 8. Nollgh , May 24. Special to The News ; Norfolk 8 ; Nellgh 20. That was the way the score card loomed up after the ball game Saturday after noon at the lUvcrstdo park grounds. The old saying held good In the second Inning of the game , when the * ce > ro should bo eleven or no count , and so It was. listalirook , for Norfolk , was knocked out of the box In the fifth Inning , after ho game wes won twice over. Kollo- her was placed In the box and was effective the rest of the game , Nellgh being unable to score during the re mainder of the Innings. Woods of Nellgh was credited with two homo inns , as was also Miller and Herring with one each. Harrlman was unus ually wild , allowing eight to walk. A elanco was given In Daxon's hall In the evening In honor of the Nor folk young people. Following Is the score by Innings : Norfolk 0 0 3 0 0 0 4 1 0 S Nellgh 2 11 0 1 C 0 0 0 * 20 Batteries Norfolk , Estabrook , Kel- leher , Ersklno and Rice ; Nellgh , Har rlman and Fletcher. Hits Nellgh 19 ; Norfolk 5. Struck out By Ilarrlman 11 : Estabrook 3 ; Kellehcr G. Her Parents Objected. Fairfax , S. D. , May 22. Special to The News : Eddie Miller , a mixed blood , living south of Herrlck and well known ball player , and Miss Cur ry quietly drove down to the county capital and , after securing the neces sary permit from the county clerk , were quietly married. It afterward developed that they had "stolen a inarch" on the girl's parents , who op- pof-cd the match. Gates 17 , Elgin 9. Nellgh , Neb. , May 24. Special to ' The News : The second baseball game for the afternoon -Saturday was played after the high school boys of Nellgh and Norfolk had finished. This contest was between Gates acad emy and Elgin , and was an extremelj > ne-slded affair , the Gates boys Imv- It all their own way. Owing to the lateness of the afternoon the game was limited to seven Innings. Following - lowing Is the score : Gates 3 4 0 3 5 2 * 17 Elgin 1 4 1 0 2 0 1 9 Batteries Gates , Harris and Wood ; Elgin , DeWltt. Clark and Bennett. Pllger 5 , Wlsner 2. Wisner , Neb. , May 24. Special to The News : Pilger defeated Wisner in a game of baseball on the Wlsner diamond. Score : Pilger 5 Wisner 2 Hits : Pilger 12 ; Wlsner , 5 ; bases on balls : Pilger , 1. Batteries : Pilger , Cooper and Hap- pel ; Wisner , Zajizeck , Anderson and ihompson. Umpire , Saunders. Theatrical Season Ends. The theatrical season of 1908-09 came to a close at the Norfolk Audi torium with the presentation by the Burwood Stock company of Omaha , of "The Girl From Out Yonder. " The company was greeted by a crowded house and the audience was well pleased with the play and players. The company , which had made the acquaintance of the Norfolk theater going public previously during the sea- sen , Is capable and well balanced , the play was nn interesting little love story with human interest and a bit of pathos mixed In , and the special scenery brought for the production was all that could be desired. Miss Leone capably filled her role and Mr. Ingraham played the role of the pitiful oid man with consistency. Mr. Gibson , the company's comedian , was intensely clever as Ben Cook , the typical fisherman. The theatrical season just closing has not been highly successful in a financial way in any portion of the United States , due to the money panic of 1907 , more than half of the thea trical companies that started out , go ing to the wall before the season had fairly begun. This has made it ex tremely difficult to secure good at tractions. On the whole , however , the shows that have come to Norfolk have been above former averages In point of quality. Among them was Klein's "The .Lion and the Mouse , which was pronounced by many ; ; the very best attraction that eer came to Norfolk. Promise for next year is 'much brighter than the past year , the re vival of business prosperity having already made It apparent that there will be more good shows on the road. The Norfolk theater-going public has given loyal support to the Audi torium on those attractions which could be secured for the year just closed , and the management wishes to cordially thank one and all for the liueral patronage and good words ex tended. The effort of the Auditorium management Is to constantly secure better attractions and this can be done , of course , only through univer sal co-operation on the part of Nor folk people. But Norfolk has already demonstrated pretty well that It will support high grade attractions and , with the theater-goers and the Audi torium working together In support ing the better class of shows , the promise Is bright for the future. Said to Have Kissed Bride. Madison , Neb. , May 24. Special to The News : Saturday afternoon , at the county court room , Judge Bates Issued n marriage license to and Joined In holy wedlock Warren T. Rash of Albion , and Miss Florence M. Bain of Elgin. It is rumored around the court house that W. H. Harding , assistant county clerk , kissed the bride and County Treas urer Peterson wanted to , but Judge Bates refused to either affirm or deny the report. At any rate , they both witnessed the ceremony. Funeral of Mrs. Jones. Nollgh , Nob. , May 24. Special to The News : Funeral services of Airs. Louis Lamson-Jones was held yester day afternoon at the Congregational IN EACH TOWN WANTED-A RIDER AGENT ml tllitrlrt to -,1 . il r. . tide iml e h t " "l1 * 11" , 1 Model ! "UniiKcr" . bicycle > . ( umtihrd.by m , Uur atenticveiywhercate nuking money ( lit. Hrtti / < " / / / ir/iVM iriiiNjjVfMrYriJf < * w/ NO MUNHV UKUlllKKf ) until you receiveamlapprovei > | jour bicycle , \V ililp .0llnnJ ° > tnT7 vli'iJiftH a. It'll * ? . * ' , a tilt , W'i1'11 , " < > fr'fiir/rt'J ! * ' , t'd ' . ! \7 \ I.11..1..1.8. 1'UKKTlllAUiluilne hch time . . rule the i.kyi . ami ! . ? ,7 . . . . . . . . . -r- - * you imy , e Cut . ! ll' ' . WV Ihv H > ou ire theu not perfectly Mtlified or ilo not wiih to keep tl\e blcytle iiilp It by t k to ui nt our expenie ami < will nfl li tut tut tint , ' ' ' ' life t' unite behind your bicycle. I O NOT IIJIY a bicycle or \ - . Irol tires ( rum nt any fritt until \ou receive our cat.iipRues and learn uur unlic.uj ol ; . , * , , fruti and rem.irk.iHt ifieul cffert to rlittir HRfiitH. YOU WIII F1P ASTflNKIIFH wlul" > 0" ' "elve our l < nutlul ( c.M.i1oeue nntl iv iiikb ui. MOluiiiuiiuu itiidy pur juprtli lmnlt. at the ttvHiltrfntty /t i/rrMwecanmjkcyoutMiye.ir. We tell the Iiinhe tiraieblctr1c : ! > fur leu money ' , .t.h.a,1..5ny.,0.lh.V..1ljn' ' ? ( : Wc atc ? ! ' I "I'll ' ! . > Moill alHixe laclotv cotl. 1IIO\CUJC IJKAI.UKH : , you can tell our bicycle umltr juur own nime | i te at double our. prlcei. Orders filled the rliy received. NKCONII HAND mUYOI.US. ' We do not re ul.ulhandle tecond hind l.lc d . but usually hive a number on hand Liken In trade liy our Olilcjuo reuil itorci , 'llnie o cleir out prom iplly at prices r.inisinir ' Iroiij .l to Krt or * > IO. le criimve Uttiraln | | > U in.iucd free. uliiKlu vrliuitU , liiiiorliMl | rollrr i-liiiliiN and lU'.liiln , jam , rtpalti and I equipment ol all klndt at * . > ( / thi HIM ! nt.nl/ridi. HEDGETIIORN PUNCTURE-PROOF SELF-HEflLIHfi TIRES A SAMPLE pam Tfir ttfuLirrtfail jirictofl/ieu lirtt it , * * SO ferfMr , fat tj inlr < Jnce tvt ri ill icllyflnai.i ! fltfiiirtti > } 1MC < is > ruittho' < lrtSii ) , KO MORETROUDLE FROM PUNCTURES NAILS , TiinltN or (51i > s will not lot the nlr out. Sixty thoiuniul p.ilrs fold li\st ycnr. Over two liuiiJrccl UioinniiJ pair * now In use. OfSCn/Pr/OWfMnilclnnllsIze ? . Itlillvcly and cnsyrldln .veryil ut nblcntidllnrd Inside wltli a special quality of rubber , \vhlcli never becomes which closes small without allowIng norouintm up punctures Notion the think rnlibor troinl Ing the air tocscnpe. We have hundreds of letters from s.itlt- "A" nnil HlrliiH "It" puiiutnro ficdcustomersBtntliiK Hint their been pumped lireshnvcouty nnil "D , " iiUii rim ntrt | "II" twice inn whole . wclult thnn upoticeor season. They no more . to prnviMit rim mittlng. Thl * nn ordinary tire , the puncture resUtliiKqunlitlcs being given tire will outlast other bycevcml layers of thin , specially prepared fabric on the miy nmkn-SOFT ULAST10 uud - , tread. The regular prlccof these tires Is53.50 per pnlr.but fur UASV advertising purposenwearcmnklnir a special factory price to the rider of only fj.So per pair. All orders shipped same day letter It received. We ship C , O , n. on approval. You do not pay a cent until yon have examined und found them strictly u represented. We will nllow n ritnh illnoount of 5 per cent ( thereby making the price H-I.Ad per pnlr ) If you send TULL CASH WITH UllDKIt mid enclose this mlvcrtiscment. Yon nm no ilik In sending us an order as the tires may be returned nt OUIl expense If for nny rcnson they are not satisfactory on examination. We arc perfectly tellable anil money sent to us In as safe at In a bank If you order a pair of these tlrct , you will find that they will ride easier , run fatter , wear better , last longer nnd look finer than nny tire you have ever used or seen nt nny price. We know that you will be so well pleased that when you want n bicycle yon will give us your order. We want you to send us a trial order at once , hence this remarkable tire otter. . . - \fftff HJICCn 7115 fTO don't buy any kind at nny price until you send fora pnlr of If WW fwCCEr alrfCO Ilcdgcthorn VuncturoPtoof tires on approval nnd trlnl nt the special Introductory price quoted above ; or write for our big The and Sundry Catalogue which describes and quotes all makes and kinds of tires at about half the uiual prices , nn JU/1T WAIT but write us n postal today. DO NOT TJIINU OP IHIYINO n Mcycle UHi Nit I Vwfil I or a pair of tires from anyone until you know the new and wonderful offers we are making. It only costs a postal to leara everything. Write it NOW. J. L. MEAD CYCLE COMPANY. CHICAGO , ILL. church , Rev. Mr. Hawk of the Meth odist church ollldntlng , after which the remains were placed at rest in the Laurel Hill cemetery. The deceased waa married to .Mr. Percy .Jones on January G of this year. One of the largest funerals held in Nellgli for soii'e time was that of Mrs. Jones. She was highly respected In this city and We t Cedar valley , where she lived since three years of age. At Keenan Bound Over. Omaha. May 22. Judge Leslie , in county court today , bound over Al Keenan , a local jury fee buyer , on a charge of jury bribing. Keenan Is charged with having given Juror Bar- hrett three sums of money to influ ence his verdict in a personal damage fault In which the Omaha and Council Bluffs Street Railway company Is de fendant. The company was represent ed by W. J. Council , former city at torney of Omaha. The case has caused an unusual sensation , and the locar bar association Is making an investigation. ; Erskine Heads State U. C. T. Columbus , Neb. , May 22. Special to The News : Bugle's U. C. T. colts walloped the Beatrice U. C. T. bunch on the baseball diamond here today , 13 to 4. The game went only for live innings , and four home runs helped Norfolk win the day. The home runs were made by Blair , Shieler , GetUnger and Scott. D. S. Day of Omaha was scorekeeper. The batteries were : Norfolk , Lowery and Shieler ; Beat rice , Cunningham and Waller. It was a fast game. S. P. Erskine of Norfolk was elected grand senior councilor of the Nebras ka United Commercial Travelers at today's session. He was presented with a very handsome solid Ivory gav el with an ebony handle and a solid gold band , upon which was the in- - bcrlptlon : "Norfolk Council U. C. T. , I No. 120 , to S. F. Erskine , May 22 , ' 1909. " In an eloquent address of some length A. Uandklev made the presen tation on behalf of the Norfolk coun cil. Following are the other officers elected : C. W. Hlnsey , grand junior councilor ; Paul B. Trueblood , Grand Island , grand conductor ; R. B. Me- Fadden , Hastings , grand page ; W. H. Bonnie , Lincoln , grand sentinel ; Fred \V. Hawkins , Fremont , re-elected grand secretary for the third time ; H. A. Fritz , Columbus , re-elected grand treasurer. Omaha was selected for the next meeting place. Last night's banquet was a brilliant event. Edgar Howard made the prin cipal address of the evening. Business Changes In the Northwest. August Korth has sold his Pierce meat market to F. J. Miller , who has been working at Madison. G. S. Fielding of Lyons has bought GOLDEN WEST BOTTLED IN BOND WHISKEY BEST FOR HOME USE Golden West Whiskey js a pure , wholesome , care fully distilled whiskey ; mellowed by age , and es pecially bottled for HOME USE a favorite in the sick room. ansportation prepaid. \Vo will send , transporta tion prepaid , anywhere In Nebraska , Iowa , Kansas lor Missouri Two Full Quarts Golden West Dot- tled-ln-Bond Whiskey , One Quart Fine 8-year-old Port wine , and Large half- pound package Golden West Smoking Tobacco All for only Transportation Prepaid. Wo refer to any Bank or Express Company In Omaha. Send Draft or Express or P. O. Money Order. No goods sent C. O. D. "Mama's Recipes for Keeping Papa Home , " a booklet on wines and liquors FREE THE GOLDEN WEST COMPANY Omaha , Neb. 121 North 1.6th St. Dept. C a half Interest In the tailor shop of Henry Schror. Try a News want-nil. Legal Notice. To Justus P. Leaver , Isaac Van Horn , lots C , 7 , 17 , 18 , 19 and 20 , block 3 , lots 7 and 8 , block G , lots 2 and 3 , block 11 , lots 13 und 1-1 , block 13 of Riverside Park addition to the city of Norfolk. In Madison county , Nebraska , defendants , will take notice , that on the Sth day of May , 1000 , Napoleon A. Ralnbolt , plaintiff herein , filed a pe tition In the district court of said county , against the salu defendants , the object ami prayer of which are to foreclose a tax lien held and owned by him , acquired by a tax sale certificate Issued by the then county treasurer of Madison county , Nebraska , In pursu ance to a private sale made by the said treasurer to Mary Klngsbury on the 21st day of August , 1905. of the said described lots for the delinquent and unpaid taxes thereon for the year 1903 and subsequent taxes against said lots for the years 1901 , 1905 , 1900 , 1907 and 1908. Said certificate was assigned to plaintiff , and on Septem ber 11 , 1907 , was merged in a tax deed to said lots , recorded In Book 39 , at pape S9. That no redemption from mid tnx sale or tax deed has ever been made and there is now due the plaintiff on account thereof the sum of P5C.27 , for which sum with Interest from this date , at 15 per cent per annum , plaintiff prays for a decree that defendants be required to pay the same or that the said premises may be sold 10 satisfy the amount found due , with Interest , costs and attorney's fett of 10 per cent of the amount found due. You aie lequlred to answer the said petition on or 'before the 21st day of Jui.e. 1903. Dated May 8 , 1909. ' Napoleon A. R'alnbolt , Mapes & Hazen , Plalr * ' His Attorneys. WANTED Succebs Magazine rt > quires the services uf a man in Nor folk tc If 'ik after expiring subscrip tions and hi secure new business by means of sperlnl methods usually ef fective ; position permanent ; prefc one with experience , but would con sider any applicant with good natural qualifications ; s1 lary $1.50 per day , with commission option. Address , with references , R. C. Peacock , Rooa 102 , Success Magazine BJdg. , New York. REI5TLE5 RATES ARE RIGHT FRANK REISTLE ENGRAVER AND ELECTROTYPER Oir MM 1420-24 LAWRINCC OtNVCJ } COLO OUR CUT5 PRINT FAIR PRICE 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE MARKS CCQIGNB COPYRIGHTS &c. Anrone priding n sketch and ri > < crtr > tlnn nujf qulcklr ntccrinln our opinion fiuo whether an liiTentlou U | irolinl > lr pMem < iW i. Comnninlcii. \ tloniMrtctlrronUdemlnl. HANDBOOK on I'aieuti lent free , ohlejl itconcr fortecunuir Putmiu. 1'ntont * taken throuuli Muim i Co. rucelre tptelal nottce , without charge , lutho Scientific ffincilcan. A tiandiomelr Illuttratml weekly. Larveit rlr > ruUiloii of nny ciontlUo journal , Turnii , f 3 [ curt . ( oar monthB , f L. Bold b/all nenidCHlon. ol30IDroiid' ' ' r k * BU WMblogto" D.