The Norfolk weekly news-journal. (Norfolk, Neb.) 1900-19??, October 01, 1909, Page 2, Image 2
THKNOHFOLK WEl.KLY NEWS-.KHIRVAI M < 1DA OCTOBEK 1 1 ( ) Dlihop Scanned at West Point. WoBt Point , Nob. , Sept. an. Spec to Tlio NOWH : The semi-annual con cntlou of tlio ( loan niul chapter of t nirnl ilcnnory of Wont Point mot tlio parochial IHMIHO at West Pol under tlio presidency of HI. Hov. Ill nrd Scnunoll. bishop of Onmlin. 1 inoillntoly preceding tlio convocatloi Boloinii roqulom high mass WIIH cc brulod for tlio repose of the souls nil the deceased priests of tlio do cry. The mooting of the clergy v well nttondud and much business occtoE.lastlcal . linportanco wan dlspos of. Tlio next chapter will bo hold \Vcat Point In April , 1910. The annual picnic of the Cum ! County Old Settlors' aHHoclatlon tt plac-o Thursday at tlio Riverside pi nt Wont Point , The attendance v largo and enthusiastic. The orator tlio day was Col. James C. Elliott , Itor of the West Point Uopubllc who was followed by Henry Kloko i other pioneers. A feature of the t wns a well contested ball game IWOOM West Point niul Pilger , wli remitted In a victory for the latter a score of 8 to 3. A fine exhibition llroworks closed the day's fcstlvlt ! The weather was slightly cool r bracing. Miss Emma Ackonnan ofV Point has been chosen to ropros Cumlng county at the coronation I nt the fall festivities of the Ak-Sar-1 as maid of honor to the queen. The resignation of Dr. F. II. Kuo IIB county physician has boon accop by the hoard of supervisors , and 11. S. Summers appointed. News has reached the city of death at Wittcn , S. D. , of Aloxan McKonzlo , a well known citizen Ciimlng county. The deceased was years of ago and n native of this pit The remains wore brought homo i interred under the auspices of Foresters nnd Woodmen lodges. Arland Driggs , a son of the 1 Judge Brlggs of West Point , who 1 been teaching school for some ye In Cumlng county , has been appoln teacher of mathematics In the Dl : military school nt Dlxon , 111. Ho i nlso have charge of nthletlcs. A marriage license has been Issi to Adolph Krueger nnd Miss Cm Thompson , both residents of Wlsi In this county. Revival at Nlobrara. Niobrara , Neb , , Sept. 25. Spccla The News : On Wednesday "Sing Evangelist" F. A. Miller and his enlist , Miss Graves , began un evangelistic meetings hero. Battle Creek News. Philip Lund nnd Miss Joseph Iledman wore married Wednesi morning at 5 o'clock In the Cathi parsonage by Father Thos. Wa The groom Is the oldest son of ft Caroline Lund , and for many year brcakman on the Northwestern re The brldo Is the youngest dnughtei Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hedman. Both well known hero , as they nro natl of this town. They boarded the tt at G o'clock for Chicago , and after turning will go to housekeeping Fremont. O. D. Munson arrived here Frl from Omaha for a visit with his s Dr. II. O. Munson , and family. Joseph Derrick bought thlrty-l acres of the old Drown eighty of I ] ry Mnssman. Mr. Derrick , who been living on it for years , will t the old house clown and build n r one. George Nlles and Mike Ambros where hero per automobile Friday on b ness from Tilden. John Renicok went to the Till hospital Saturday for treatment. G. C. Denning , assistant cashier the Valley bank here , Is going to s here , as the officers of the institut have raised his salary to the amo offered him by the Security bank Meadow Grove. M. L. Thomson went to Platte C ter Friday , where the dam of his i was washed out again. Ho intends run the plant by steam now. ' cause of the washout was rats. Dyron Jackson arrived hero M day from Creston , la. , to bo at sick bed of his father. From next Sunday on the servl of the Lutheran church will ci memo at 10 o'clock Sunday mornli George Doerlng , of the Doer Drug company , went to Omaha S clay. Charles Drown Is here this w from Omaha looking after his b ness affairs at this place. Goo. Dre-chler , n banker of Pf vlsltoil relatives here the fore part this week. Jc-rw Wr.rrton . arrived hero Sun from Mullen for a visit with relati 'and 1'iioncK C. J. Strieker , accompanied by uncle , Georso Reis of TildenVeni Omaha Sunday on 'business. ' Gottlieb Slbell , who has been s with diabetes about six weeks , is v ting better and was visiting his frle In town again Monday. ! Mr. and Mrs. August Wlllov i over to Pierce Monday , where t ' had business In the county court. ' Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Ringer were 1 the fore part of this week nt the he of tholr daughter , Mrs. G. C. Bonn Saturday It will be fifty-one yc that our old friend , Herman Glaus , been n shoemaker , having learned trade In Germany. He Is well knc In Norfolk. ! Sam Hnnon was hero Tuesday ! business from Meadow Grove. Excursion Rates. Ak-Sar-Bon Fall Festival , Oral Neb. , via the Northwestern line. Tickets on sale dally October 4 8 ; return limit October It. Witr the grand carnival nnd parade. Gi inllltiuy demonstration , all branc of thf seivico participating. Lar nnd lttrr l > than ever beforo. Don't to uttond tor full pnrtl'-ulars ar to ny ticket agent ot thy Northw urn line. Real Estate Transfers. Transfers of real estate for tlio pr week , compiled by the Madison Conn Abstract and Guarantee company , > llco with Mapos & Ilazen , Norfolk : Dora M. Davis to Juno llllbcrt , wi ranty deed , $750 , nV6 of wVj of lot [ lock ! , Pasowatk's addition , Norfo C. 13. Uurnhiun to Clint Smith , S. ' deed , $1,000 , lot 3 , block 4 , Norfolk. John Herman to Wllholmlnn Kocl warranty deed , $5,250 , lots 1 nnd block 1 , Paso walk's Second addltl to Norfolk. Mary Gllchrlst to William D. R Andrew , warranty deed , $1 , so A 7-2.1 Guy Dcuet to village of Moadi Grove , warranty deed , $22.50 , part lot 3 , block G , Meadow Grove. T. K. Odiorno to Frank L. Wld gron , warranty deed , $25 , tot 2 , bio 11 , Western Town company's First i dltion , Norfolk. Nils Olson to Joseph M. Swensi warranty deed , lots 11 nnd 12 , blc 18 , Railroad addition , Newman Gro GREGORY BEATS NORFOLK. Rosebudders Defeated Norfolk Club Butte , 20 to 1. Dutto , Neb. , Sept. 25. After havl played and won onu gnmo of basob during tlio afternoon , the Grcgt team came to Uutto late In the d and gave Norfolk's crack ball club awful trouncing , 20 to 1. The slaui tor was almost tragic. Gregory tn watched It with delight. Earlier in the day the.Gregc . team had beaten Dallas at Doneste at the Gregory county fair , 11 to 8 Gregory and Norfolk play hero agi this afternoon. The address of Governor Shall bergcr was one of the big features the fair. Madison , Neb. , Sept. 25. Special The News : Yesterday's attendar was not so large , yet the fair weatl and excellent attractions brought ( a large crowd. The evening pass' ' ger going north carried away hi dreds of people and the special whl left for the south at 9 p. m. was a jambed , but the number leaving w < scarcely noticeable so great was t jamb upon the streets until n h hour in the evening. The tent she of the Nichols Carnival company , well as the opera house , and the Id picture show , were crowded to th utmost capacity. In the 2:25 : trot Nabisco , owned A. V. Smith of this city and driven R. L. Graham , won first money , I ; ing three straight heats to the roarlous delight of the spectatoi Bravo On , second ; Starlight , thli and Dlna Mack fourth. Time , 2 : Purse $300. The Newman Grove baseball agg gallon proved too strong for Stant the score being 8 to 3 In favor Newman Grove. Prevo did good w < in the box. Batteries : Newir. Grove , Prevo and Herman ; Stant Hartman and Hopper. A strang connected with ono of the carnl companies , umpired the game. A matched pony race betwc horses owned by Busteed and Lc was won by the Busteed pony. Tc the Guldeless Wonder , paced a mile 2:10 : to the delight of every one. T is a star performer and no attractl of the fair was more highly app elated. The sensational feature of the t was the balloon ascension by Hai Young of the Nichols Carnival cc pany. The aeronaut was suspended the air fully twenty minutes and i loose the parachute at an elevation 4,000 feet. The Battle Creek bank of twen three pieces , led by Prof. M. G. Do ing , made a pleasing appearance their neat fitting uniforms and fu ished good music. The boys are gentlemenly bunch of young folio and Battle Creek has a right to ta pride in her possession of suc.i splendid musical organ ntlon n capable band leader. Gregory Beats Dallas. Boncsteel , S. D. , Sept. . ! , . Gregc took the rubber here In the ser of three games between Oregory a Dallas , neatlng Dallas ye"t" " rday aft noon , 11 to 8. Two Governors ; a Congressman. Two state governors and a congrc man met In Norfolk yert'jrday. ' Tl were Governor Shallenburger of I braska , Governor Vessey of South 1 Vota and Congressman Lnttn of t Third Nebra-i'n district. Governor Sliallonbercor had been " utto , where l > e delivered an addn 'leforo the Hoycl count v fair. G "inor Vessoy had hee'i at Donestc delivering an address "U tnc Gregc > ounty fair. CongresMi nu Latta 1 been at Niobrara. t The three statesmen passed throi Norfolk at noon , all coming Into teen on the same train from tbo nor Hero they separated , < iach going own way. Latta's Auto Broke ; Walked 4 Mil One of the most dramatic inctde : to mark the visits of the throe p tlclans Into this territory , was i breaking down of the witomobilo which Congressman Ln ta was rid ! near Vordol. The representative from the Th district was compelled to get out t walk four miles on account of the cldont. Passengers on the train enjo : "jollying" the congressman over mishap. FRIDAY FACTS. George Ilnrris is in Sioux City. C. M. Henderson went to Tildon. Fred Schiller went to Central City M. J. Sanders woat to Wnkoflold William Stafford wont to Uutto. Miss Loretta DoheiU wt nt to Sic c'lty. c'lty.W. . A. Kingsky relvi"n ! Sic City. City.Rov. . Edwin Bootli returned fr Madison. Mrs. Horton of Stnnton vrns he yesterday. Miss Dorthn Hanson of Tildon w here Friday. Miss Edith Herman has return from her vacation. C. II. Pllgcr gous to Doncstccl business tomorrow. Miss Amanda Wanci of Stnnton \ \ visiting fi lends here. E. M. Huntlngton wont to Albl land Tildon in his automobile on hi ness. John F. King went to Dloomflelo t : morning on business. Miss May Hlgbco of Meadow Gu was In the city yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rastod of Pioi wore visiting friends hero. J. 11. Mockott , ex-speakor of t house , is In the city for n few days. F. A. Redllne returned from Do wood nnd goes to Omaha tomorrow Mr. and Mrs. Gustavo Dock of H kins wore in the city visiting frien Miss Amanda Warnoy of Stani was In the city visiting with frien John 13. Cronk , the rural mall < rler who has been ill , has returi to his route. Mrs. W. 1. Austin nnd daughU , Misses Mngglo and Georgia , expect go to Sioux City tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. August Millnitz Plain view were In the city visit , with the Charles Uolersdorf family. . Mrs. W. J. Weathorholt , her dat ter , Miss Stella Wcathcrholt , and W A. J. Weatherholt , wont to Hoskins E. P. Weatherby and J. C. Chnnri ; lain returned from Verdlgro yestord Mr. Wentherby went to Fremont day. day.Mrs. Mrs. Ray Hall of Lincoln stopped the city for a short visit with r < tlves. Mrs. Hall was on her waj Plalnvlew. D. B. McLaughlin of Brldgepi Nob. , organizer of the Presbyter Sunday school , Is in the city transt ing business. Mr. nnd Mrs. Stelnkrnus of Pit view , who are on their way to Cc rado , stopped off in Norfolk yesterc for a short visit with friends. C. Clasen , a Norfolk contractor , 1 moved to Wayne. Miss Schram of Norfolk has bou ; n millinery store at Lindsay. Mrs. G. M. Peyton , who has b < reported critically ill , Is now said bo much better , with chances in 1 favor. A letter from M. C. Hazen waa cclved from Reno , Nov. , saying he v on his way to Los Angeles , wheru would remain a short time , thence to Seattle. Walter Jones , former chief clerft the Nebraska Telephone company Lincoln , arrived here this morning company with J. R. Carter , whom succeeds here. Mr. Carter goeu Lincoln tonight to fill the position traffic manager at that place for same company. Mr. Carter's- fair are already in the capltol city. Tim Howard , who has charge of moving of the Western Union ti graph office , is today busy with a 'gi of linemen putting In new cross-ar on the poles at Fourth street i Norfolk avenue. The G. A. R. and the W. R. C. \ enjoy n picnic dinner at the G. A. hall Saturday. All old soldiers i tholr families , and all members of W. R. C. and their families are invite to attend and to bring well filled I kcts. kcts.Tho The posters which are soon to distributed for "Tho House of a The and Candles , " the play to bo seen the Auditorium next Friday event will attract unusual attention , as tl are the work of Howard Chanel Christy. G. H. Pratt , general commercial perintendent of the Nebraska Tt phone company , tn company with A. Lowman , division plant chief , and S. Kelly , assistant traffic superlnt dent , were in the city consulting w the officers of the local company view of remodeling the local offl also giving the office here InstruHli and attending to other business n tors. tors.A number of Norfolk fans w mt Butte to root for the Norfolk basel team , scheduled to play Gregory that place Friday and Saturday afl noons at the county fair there. Mi interest is centered upon these t games , owing to the fact that they probably the last two games Norf will play this season. The team turns here Sunday and will bo ( handed after Monday. Protection lodpo. No , 101 , Degree Ilonnr is experiencing a rovi tl'roufh tl'O work of Mr' . ! . F. Kl intthV. dovuty grand rhlof of hoi who lias been in Norfolk during iwook assisting in building up the in < , borshlp of the lodge. She Is meet I with good success In her efforts , r | by next Thursday evening , when regular meeting of the lodge Is IK It Is expected that there will be large class for Initiation. Fire Team Driver Ed Monroe r ex-Fire Chief W. P. McCune mad < record run with the fire team lastov ing , making twenty-two blocks in minutes. The threo-horso httch \ made In nbout 20 seconds. Return from the Junction , the ditch whlcli being dug between Madison nnd M on Second street was overlooked t the three horses made a spoctacvi jump across the ditch. More exh tton runs are to be made In the n future. James DIgnan waa arrested Frtc morning by Chief of Police Marqua and fined $10.10 In Justice Elselc court for obstructing the passi through the alley between Fourth i Fifth streets , and between Norfolk i Madison avenues , where ho rentE barn. DIgnan engaged in n war words with Mayor John Friday 1 night when the mayor wished to through with his wagon. It secmi ! ditch which Is being duein the all caused some trouble to OMimn In t tliifr his wagon into the burn , wh angered him to such an extent t ! ho placed his wagon across the nil 'and ' refused to move it. The co ( plaint against him made by Chief Mi ' quardt and his arrest followed. Methodist Conference , Nollgh , Nob. . Sept. 25. Special The News : The services of Frld morning of the North Nebraska cc forenco were conducted by Dr. Gor after which the bishop took the cha The minutes of the day previous we road and approved. On motion of G. H. Main , it wns i dored that the district suporlntc clouts name ono from each district constitute n committee to solicit fun for Ward Morse , and on motion of W. Jennings it wns further order that Mr. Morse bo considered n nee Dltlous , and that his case bo referr to the board of conference stewards On motion of William Gorst , F. Lovelaml was excused from furtl attendance at this session of the cc ference. Chancellor Davidson took a subscr lion for the new heating plant of t Nebraska Wesleyan university , whl amounted to $ fi22. E , T. Georgo. for the district sup intendcnts , nominated the follow ! trustees for the North Nebraska i nual conference corporation : Grand Island District S. D. Bart W. II. Underwood , G. II. Gray. Nellgh Dlsti let E. J. T. Connoly , L. Kellogg , 0. O. Snycler. Norfolk District J. P. Yost , J. Leldy , D. C. Main. Omaha District J. W. Jennings , H. Millard , C. W. DeLamatro. On motion of S. D. Bartle , the ci ference ordered a special session tl afternoon at 2 o'clock. TO PUSH CLASS OUT. Watertown Man Embarrassed L ; Congressional Campaign. Watertown , S. D. , Sept. 25. Tl the "Insurgent" forces of the sta the element dominated by the Crs ford-Gamble wing of the progress ! movement , have determined to put quietus on further political suppi for Wilbur S. Glass of this city , w received the backing of the Crawfc forces In 1908 at the June primarl became known at a Into meeting that wing of the party held nt Hun state fair week. In order to handle the ambitious Watertown statesm so far as possible , and in order show strength In their onslaught i on Glass , It Is understood that wltl a short time the candidacy of E. Lampy of Codington county , now se ing his second term as county audit will be pushed for state auditor. LINDSAY POST IS SOLD. E. R. Teft Buys Newspaper From Jo Foley , Lindsay , Neb , , Sept. 25. Special The News : A deal was closed who by E. R. Teft becomes owner and Itor of the Lindsay Post , n paper ei ed by John Foley during the p year. Mr. Teft has been employed printer since Foley took possess ! and prior to that time ho had be editor of the Boomer Times. The j Icy of the paper remains the same. Buys New York Life Building. Omaha , Sept. 24. At a mooting the Omaha National bank directors wns voted to purchase the New Yc Life building , closing an option tl was given sixty days ago. The p chase price is about $700,000. 1 books of the insurance company sh that the property cost $1,240,000 tw ty years ago. To Sentence a Forger. Albion , Neb. . Sept. 25. Special The News : Crof Orendorf , who v arrested at Columbus some two monl ago charged with forging a check $03 at Petersburg , still remains in t custody of the sheriff. It Is hoped t judge will be here within n few dr to pronounce his penalty. It was g orally conceded that he would sei a term In the penitentiary , but repo are current that the judge will se him to the inebriate asylum. The cuscd man has been an Inebriate some time. Several Albion people pratlclpat in the land drawing in Oregon the p ; week. Among the number are Whitten , A. E. Garten , Wallace La- - Paul Hoppon , Carl and Axel Nels < These people expect to go to Orog next spring to seek their fortunes. The Commercial club Is agitatl the matter of placing a town clock the tower of ir-o county court hou When the court IIOUEO was built I tower wnn mode FO that 'tve day clook could be placed thoioln. 'I court hou : o has been built twe years , and it in hoped thr > clock v bo put in , for conveuierco. and show that the people of the county ! enterprising. Rev. U. W. Stone has resigned pastor of the Albion Baptist cluu and accepted n call to the church Exeter. He expects to leave Octol 15. Company M , Second Infantry , N. G. , says Lieutenant Davis has b the subject of much unfavorable ce ment by the brigade commander , a that an inspection of the company v be made on December 7 , nnd If 1 company falls to make the requli showing nt this Inspection It will mustered out , as It Is now on pro tion. Dakota Republicans Called. Pierre , S. D. , Sept. 24. There Is bo no limitation upon attendance the Mitchell conference of ropubllco to bo hold on Friday of corn pule week , beyond the requirement tl all who participate shall bo In sy pathy with the recent state and i ttonal legislation. If it begins to look as though yr room , or apartment , or IIOHFC N gel to "stay vac-ant" over the ' u < > \'ng ' si son. " U should spur you to v 'Htlo ' i tra advortlHlng. i SOCIETY Pleasures of the Week. The visiting dentists who wore s'oifolk on Tuesday to attend t .s'ortlieast Nebraska Dental assou ilon , enjoyed a splendid banquet ihe Oximrd hotel In the evening. T aiblo with Its decorations of Howe jllver and cut glass was a thing beauty and the menu a tempting 01 Much of the success was duo to t untiring efforts of Dr. C. S. Parker The members of the Bridge cl wore unexpected and very welcoi guests nt lunch with Mrs. W. N. Hi ; on Friday , rlio high score favor the game of brlclgo which followed t lunch , wont to Mrs. G. D. Duttertlo The Woman's Homo Mission jlety of the Methodist Eptsco ] duirch meets Tuesday afternoon nl o'clock with Mrs. Howlns , 305 Soi Twelfth street. The picnic dinner given today die G. A. R. hall for the families the past members and W. R. C. was ijreat success and thoroughly enjoy Tlio Irtdles of the Presbytorl church enjoyed a pleasant meetl with Mrs. J. A. Ballantyuo on Thu Jny afternoon. Personals. Mrs. P. II. Sailer returned toe noon from Kenosha , Wls. , where E left Miss Dorothy happily settled the coming year in "Kcmpcr Ha Mrs. Snltor visited a short time Madison , Wls. , and Chicago. Mrs. Joseph Shoemaker and dau tor Gertrude came up from Omaha 1 day evening for n visit in the ho of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Weatherby. Mrs. Leon Tompklns of Inman , Nc is In Norfolk for a visit In the ho of her parents , Mr. and Mrs. C. Doughty. Miss Mellle Bridge has boon spc : Ing the week In Fremont with Mr. a Mrs. Robert Bridge. Bley-Hauptll. At the home of the bride's purer 1204 Taylor avenue , at 3:30 : Thursc afternoon , Miss Ella B. Hauptli o Gustavo B. Blcy wore united in w lock. Rev. J. P. Mueller of the Chi Lutheran church performed the ce rnony , after which a delicious fo course luncheon was served. The p lor was decorated In green and wh ! and the dining room decorated pink , with many flowers in evldcn The wedding march was played Miss Nelda Hans of Battle Creek. 1 bride's dress * was of Persian \a\ trimmed in Inco and Insertion. was attended by Miss Ethel Long r Miss Verona Nenow. The groom v attended by William Hauptli and Fi Hellerman. At 6 o'clock the newly marr couple boarded the train for Oina whence they will go to Portland , Sc tie and other coast cities and spc a throe weeks' honeymoon. Klentz-Chrlstlans. At the Christ Lutheran church n o'clock Thursday afternoon the w cling of Ernest Klcntz and Miss Nar Christians took place. Rev. J. Mueller performed the ceremo Miss Rosella Klentz wns brldesmi and George Klentz acted as best m After the ceremony a luncheon v served at the home of the groom , ter which the young couple went their new home on the farm of t groom , seven miles southeast of N folk , where they will reside. Era Klentz is the son of William Kler , a prominent farmer well known he Miss Christians is the daughter John Christians of Atkinson. Wayne Normal Notes. Among other new students to roll this week was Solomon Frank Herrick , S. D. Miss Kingsbury will give the S urday 1 o'clock lecture this week. Mrs. Pile will go to Decatur on S urday. where she will give her 1 ture on English and Scottish schoc President Fred Pile accompanied friend Professor Theme of New Yc university , as far as Omaha on ' way homo. The Utfrnturi * clud. under the dlr tlon ot Aiiss Kinsbury , meets eve Monday evening. , The enrollment lurgor than over beforo. The ch will study Scott's Lady of the Ln this term. A SwodMi club was organized meet on Tuesday evenings. Miss Linticom , a classmate of M Carroll's and who ia now a meml of a Lyceum company , spent two dr on the IIH1 this week. At chai Tuesday morning , she gave sove readings. Arthur Anderson writes that hps registered as a full fledged sop ] more In the university. Arthur Is graduate of our scientific course. The graduating classes are now w organized. At the usual term el tton which was held Saturday , Charl Chinn of Concord.was chosen pre dent of the classes. Revenue Collector Gets Them. Pierce Leader : "There v/na BOE thing doing , " to use n vernacular i presston , at Plalnvlew one day Ii week. O. N. Stukoy , revenue collecl for this district , dropped Into tl town and , upon investigation , he cl covered that the doctors had been cl penslng liquor without a govornmo license. Says the Plalnvlow News tlio case : "Ho ( Stukoy ) proved to u deputy United States collector a called upon the physicians of our cl In tlio regular discharge of tits duty such. As a result of his Investi atl nil of the physicians were called up to make application for n govornmi liquor dcnlor'8 license nnd charged fee of $25 for the same. In addition this they were required to pay lines accordance with the length of tl : they have boon dispensing llquc without a government license , Hhown by the bills and Invoices hand. The license fees , together w the lines , amounted to $37 for two the physicians nnd nbout $ r 7 each the other two. The action of-tho g eminent revenue collector was doubt as much a surprise to the d tors as It was to the public In gonci although the law and the ruling of I department dates back to the yc 1900. " Concluding , the News snj "Tho great regret Is that those big , fines could not have helped swell I city treasury instead of bolng pom into that $150,000,000 dollclt in t national treasury , where it will not n 'drop In the bucket. ' " North Nebraska Deaths. Hezekiah Dennis died at Gonova. Dr. Thomas O. Lovlg died at Carr Karl Frederick Sydow died nt St ton. ton.Alex Alex McKlnzln of Wlsnor died Wittcn , S. D. Mrs. George L. Russell of Nowp died nt Omaha. Pierce Fair Paid Out. Pierce Loader : The Pierce Fair n Speed association came out somotli like $180 to the good this year. T is very well , considering that the n moots at Norfolk , Crolghton nnd St ton were n losing proposition. 1 carnival hero did not pay out and it doubtful whether another ono will held In connection with the fair. Northwest Weddings. Miss Emma L. Miller and Roy Holbrook of Papllllon were marrlet Stanton. SATURDAY 8IFTING8. Frank Phillip of Hosklns wns he George Harris returned from Sic City. City.W. W. F. Hall nnd George Burton i nt Butte. Mrs. August Fnubel of Hadar \ in the city. J. B. Mnylard Is In Knox cou : transacting business. B. W. Hlght of Presho , S. D. , \ in Norfolk Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. William Lehman ; going to Hosklns Sunday. A ball was given In Railroad 1 last evening. Mrs. Harry Foote loft for Nlobr at noon on business. ' Miss Geneva Moolick came do from Pierce nt noon. W. E. Mullen went to O'Neill I evening on business. Miss Dorothy Peters of Lindsay here on business this week. Miss Mary Lcvljohn of Lindsay here visiting at the home of her : ter , Mrs. C. R. Kampman. John Emil , a former employe of roundhouse hero but now of So1 Omaha , was here yesterday visit the shop boys. Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Watson 1 this noon for Chicago. Mrs. Wati will return in n week or ten days , Mr. Watson will remain to take examination for an engineer. Mrs. William Greenlenf of Omi Is here visiting at the home of : parents , Mr. and Mrs. Jenks. Mrs. Beasom has moved Into J ! John Friday's property , on South end street , which wns formerly oc pied by Lyman DoWitt and fam who have moved to Wyoming. Mrs. B. P. Pippen , son , Leo A\ iams , and granddaughter , Miss Win Parker , left for Tilden this morn for n few days' visit with Mrs. I pen's daughter , Mrs. Lester Parker. Mrs. Gustavo Schroeder of Hosk visited with friends hero Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. August Deck of H kins were visiting with friends here Miss Georgia Blakeman returi from Hoskins to spend Sunday w her parents. V. Clzek and family of Osmond i expected in Norfolk tomorrow to spc the day with their daughter , Miss T Clzek. Dr. Bertha Ahlman went to Orm to .visit with her sons , Charles and thur Ahlman. Mrs. G. A. Miller and daughter , M Dora Miller , of Hadar , were hero urday morning. Mrs. S. Edens of Fairfax was in i city Saturday spending a few ho1 with Mrs. A. K. Leonard. G. D. Butturtlohl , who has be spending a few days on the Dutterfl ranch atVausn , has returned. Dr. Mrukay goes to Fremont tonli to meet Mrs. Mackay , who has be visiting in Colorado for the past t Mrs. Albert Stelnkraus of Pierce , company with Miss Church of Rhc Island , who is visiting with the Stc kraus family , were in the city Sat day. day.Mrs. . J. F. Pfunder of Norfolk a Mrs. George Sypher of Valentine. turned yesterday from Salt Lake Cl where they visited tholr brother , C E. A. Wall , a largo mine owner. W. C , Ahlman went to Madison , c rylng as passengers Chief Dopi Game Warden G. W. GoHmi nnd Di uty Game Warden J. B. Donovan , w wore here , It Is said , looting for qu shooters. The retail clerks' Mtoclatlon \ \ moot at the city hall Monday night 8 o'clock. P. J. Barnes expects to winter the south. Ho shipped his race hoi this wcok to Kansas. The Day of Atonement In the Jo Ish church began Friday evening , cc tinning until Saturday sunset. The Norfolk band will go to Met ow Grove October 1 to help colebro the Woodmen of the World fete. In two hours yesterday 275 en were out of the yards of the Nori western railroad nt the Junction , Thu advertising of fall goods Norfolk merchants in attracting n largo number of people from out ot town to the city. ' Justice Klsolcy lined Arthur Mast $8.10 In pollco court yoHtorday , on complaint of George Fox , who tmytt ho WIIB attnokod and beaten by Mast. I Ono car of hogs sent to the South ' Omaha market last Tuesday brought top price , being sold for $8.20. Thin load was sent by the Salter Coal nncl Grain company. A number of Norfolk people go to .IlnskltiH . to attend the Gorman Luther- inn mlsslonfost there Sunday. A num ber of good speakers on mission work nro to deliver addresses. Superintendent F. M. Hunter and C. L. Williams took tlio senior high school j football team to Nollgh Saturday to I play the Nc-llgh high school team the 1 Hrst game on the gridiron this season. Dr. A. U. Tashjonn has been to Oma ha to HCO M. M. Gregorian , who Is In a hospital there from an attack of cerebral hemorrhage. The doctor re ports his condition as bolng very un- favornblo. The good roads movement looks brighter. All business men approach ed by ono committee yesterday were in favor of the plan. Contributions had been delayed through carolc'ssnosri In most cases. J. 1' . Meyu lectured to a largo audi ence at the Christ Lutheran school last night. The subject of bin lecture was "Tho Life of Luther , " which , with the aid of the moving plcturoH , proved a great success. A hunting party consisting 01' H. II. Hartford , R. L. Dovorldgo and 10. D. Kauffman will go to the lakes south of Wood Lake tonight for a two wcck'o outing. They shipped their camping outfit yesterday. Another campaign against the clogs loft running about the streets is being made by the police of Norfolk. Ono dog was executed yesterday by Chief of Pollco Marquardt. Many clogs with out tags , annoying citlzons , are re ported. George Stalcup is busy moving the office of the Farmers Grain and Stock company , Including the sales , to the corner of Sixth nnd Madison , where additions will bo built on the old of fice , with modern improvements In stalled. Hunters nro getting their guns in shape for the fall shooting. The open season on ducks and snipe began on the fifteenth lust. , nnd the chicken sea son will open on the first of October. There Is an open season on squirrels , but none on quail. William Beck , the Northwestern con ductor who was injured in the Coeur d'Aleno electric car accident some time ago , returned to Norfolk from n Spokane hospital yesterday. Mr. Beck had one of his arms broken twice and the other severely bruised. Ho is still wearing bandages. Norfolk showed the county some thing nbout fine hogs at tlio Madison fair during the week. S. J. Ramsey carried away first money on his Po land-China hog "Expansion Chief , " in the one year and over class , while si six-months-old pig belonging to him took second in the yearling class. A hog belonging to William Knobel was awarded second in the ono year and over , and a pig of his took first in tlio under six months class. Many store windows in Norfolk are decorated now with trash and rusty irons of all description , with signs stuck on thorn describing thorn as relics of Dr. Cook's , Commander Pea ry's and Dr. Kane's arctic expeditions. One window has a piece of log , claim ing it to be a part of tlio north polo ; another an old pair of shoes with ar tificial snow , which arc supposed to be shoos worn by Dr. Cook. Ono dealer exhibits a pipe "which Dr. Cook smoked while leaning against the pole. " Telegraphic communication all over the country was almost * demoralized Saturday by what is commonly termed yy wire chiefs of telegraph offices as "northern lights" or "earth currents , " which ground the wires so heavily , even crossing them , go that communi cation is practically impossible. In many cases the wires go open for ri minute or two and then close , and con tinue doing this for hours. The north ern lights arc visible at night , and If a person Is lucky enough to be lookIng - Ing toward the north when the lights appear there will be reward In seeing flames shooting up In the far north. The earth currents , which last gener ally about two or three hours at u time , make their visits liore ns a rule once In three or four yeais. nbotit this time of the year. Probably thcmo suf- feiiiiK mfis-tly from thp inu-nuptioii caused by the northern Hp.hH are the common lal telegraph cntnrnnies .whole . tolei.iaint. when delayed usually mean a damage claim. Tlio AwHociat- led Press wire running into The News i office , nncl those Into Omaha , gave considerable trouble. North Nebraska Football. Neligh , Neb. , Sept. 27. Special to The News : The first football game of the season was played at Riverside park In thin city Saturday afternoon. The high school elevens of Norfolk and Nellgh wore the contestants , and resulted In favor of the latter by a score of G to 0. State of Ohio. City of Toledo , Lucns county HB. FrniiV J riiem > y tnakcH oath tlmt no Is aenlor partner of the firm or F. J. Cheney & cJo , , dolntr IIUHIIIOKR In the city of Toledo , county and Htiito itfore- ald , and tlmt mild tlrm will \r.\y the sum of ONK HUNDRED DOLLARS for each niul every TIIHO of cntiirrh tlmt cannot lie cured l > y Clio UHU or Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CIIKNBY. Sworn to before mo and miliHcrlheil In my presence. tlilH Cth day of Decem ber. A. U. 18SG. ( Heal ) A.V. . OUSASON. Notary Public. Hnll'n Catarrh Turn IH taken Intt-r- tmlly , and ac'tn directly on mo tilooa and mucoiiH HiirfiiccH of the HyHtom , Send for toKtlmnnlals free F CHKN'KV ft CO. . Toledo , O. Sold l > v nil DriiKKlHtfl. 7fic. Take Hall'a Family Plln ! ror consti pation.