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TAKES BRAINS TO RUN.
Shepptml Says Fellow Can't Drank
Record With Feet and Leg * .
When ii fellow learns Imw lo run
vhi'ii lit ) breaks records you cnn bo
wire ( lint lie docs not do nil with Ills
feet mill IOKS. " remarked Molvln Shop
Iiii ) d tfoiMitly
"Tlieie In only ono way to run In
reeotd time , mid ( lint Is for the fellow
M'lio Is alteniptlnK the feat to line his
brain , " eontlnned peeiless Mel. "Some
netjulre the necessary trait , but 1 have
nlwaj'H found that calculating out Just
bow and when to run came natural to
me ; that's the reason why I lowered
I.on Mo.vcr's Henri's for the 0(50 ( yard
run and beat the world's mark estab
Ushed by I.miKliI for the 700 yard run
"There's nothing to 111 I've trained
more faithfully within the past few
weeks than ever before , but I could
never run as well as I did the other
day Jimt on the strength I have with
cred Hlnco Hlartlntf conscientious work
It WIIH Just that I have the natural fflft
of knowing when to do the running
that counts In a rare that gave me the
two new records , " wild Sheppard
Khepp-ird. i mining against a cold ,
damp , penetiatlng wind , created two
new world's records recently that will
probably stand for years to come At
the ( WO .vnid mail ; he broke the tape
In 1 minute 'Jl 2 r > seconds , Just three-
fifths of n SIM end faster than Mejers
traveled the distance twenty-eight
years ago At 700 yards Sheppard
crossed the line 1 minute 2(5 ( ! fi < ec-
ends , which was exactly three-fifths of
n Kccond better than I.iniglil's record
McGraw's Batting Scheme.
, When left handurs are feeding
iHtilkes to the Giants McOiavv benches
Devoie and jilnjs Suodgrass , who kills
- A Tip From McGraw.
"Von can't look for ( list class work
( from a second class TwII player , " Is
one of the wise sayings of Johnny
Small Grain Yield Will be of Good
Sions Kails , S. D. , .Inly 23 While It
Is not expected that the ciop inlsed
In South Dakota this year will he so
largo as that produced last year , yet a
\ory good a\eiage crop will be har
vested This Is paiticulaily tine so
fai as small gialn Is concerned While
the stalks geneially weic stunted by
the weather eaily In the season , lalns
and the light kind of weather when
gialn was filling caused the grain
geneially to head well , the berries
being plump and the heads well filled.
The quality will be much above the
nveiage. Hecause of the shoit stalks
moio headers will he utill/ed In gath
ering the crops than for many years.
Corn has been greatly benefited by
recent lalns In all paits of the state
ruul now Is certain to be ono of the
biggest ciops of the kind raised In
South Dakota for so\eial years. It la
a safe piedictlon that South Dakota
will again this year piojuto morn
wealth per capita In the way of pro
ducts of ( he soil than any other ptate
of the noithwest not excluding the
states which were old and thick'y set
tled when South Dakota vv.n-j in her
MIlb.inK - - Yhlle many of 11e farm-
IMS of thllcinlty aie going to be
disappointed in tlieii expectations of
twenty bushels to the acie , yet wher
ever tanning has been piopeily done
thoie will be a veiy good > ield. A
conseivatlve estimate is thatv Grant ,
Day and Ftobeits counties will bar-
vest at least 75 percent of a normal
ciop , and the peicentago may be even
higher than that.
Plandreau The rye hanest Is piac-
tl .all > completed in Moody county ,
and bailey h.u\ost has commenced.
The lalns ha\c helped nil late giain
and coin and revived the pastures.
The 11 op outlook In the county is ex
ceptionally good , and with a couple of
weeks of favorable weather the gieat
er part of the small gialn will be In
the < > l.i ( k.
Pintle Conservative estimate ? are
that whe.U In this vlem'ry vill yield
from icu to fifteen bushels per acre.
Coin is a little behind but has an
excellent stand. Oats , It Is estimated ,
will ftoin thlrt-flve bushels
yield } - to fifty -
els per acie. The hay crop is very
short Wheat on what Is known as
the Roberts place , near town , will
yield between twenty and twenty-Jive
bushels per acre.
Hot Springs Owing to recent lalns
late grains , corn and vegetables are
coming along nicely , with good pros
pects of ex'collent yields
Illghmore Crops in general In this
( Hyde ) county aie estimated to be
about .50 percent better than those In
many other counties of the northwest.
Rains have placed the ciops In good
condition. Corn Is healthy and strong
and Is maKlng rapid growth.
Gettysbuig With the moisture that
has fallen lately theie Is eveiy Indi
cation of a very good small grain crop
In Potter county. Corn particularly
Is in excellent condition.
Wesblngton IJailey and oath In this
vicinity piomiso a fair yield. The
stalks aie shoit , but the heads aio
well filled. Tlax over the county Is
showing up In fine shape. The win
ter wheat has all been harvested. Clon
e-mil } It piomlses a very fair yield ,
probably a great deal better than the
spring wheat. The hay crop will bo
Chamberlain A number of lalns re
cently mo keeping ciop conditions ox-
cellont. Corn was never better. Norman -
man Wells , a pioneer resident of Lyon
township. stafes that dm Ing his resi
dence In Htulo county of twenty years
ho never saw llnor ciops than along
the twenty miles from his place to
Chamberlain , acioss the north end of
A. O Hazon Is on the sick list.
II. C. Kaus of Lattliner , la. , la la Jhe
city visiting with the C. If. Fuerst
Mrs. I'raiik Zlboll ot PlorCe was
Sam Ho.senthal drove to Hadar last
R. P. Klttcrman of Ruslivlllo was In
C. A. Drown of Carroll , Neb. , was n
visitor In the city.
Mr. and Mrs. George Stephen of
Long 1'lno were note
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green of Hos-
UliiH called on friends hero.
Miss Helen Schwlchtenborg of Ha
dar was a visitor In the city.
Miss Irma Gibson of Fremont Is In
the city visiting with Miss Verna
Miss Kdna Drando of fierce Is In
the city visiting with Miss Minnie
Misses Daisy and Desslo Lawrence
of Omaha are in the city visiting with
Miss Florence Holden of Omaha < s
In the city visiting with her brother ,
Dr. II. D. Holden.
William Warner , the Norfolk hill-
poster , stalled on a week's vacation ,
which ho will spend at Omaha.
Miss Lulu Dnrland of Plalnviovv Is
visiting Norfolk relatives. Miss Edna
Dm land has boon here for a week.
Dr. C. A. McKIm returned from Ewing -
ing and Cleat water this moinlng ,
wheio he had been on state work.
finest Raasch , Fied Wagnoi and
\VllllaSn llllle of Hadar letuined fiom
a business tiip in Choenne county.
Mis. Jennie S. McKlm of Sallna ,
Kan. , Is In the city visiting at the
home of her bon , Dr. Charles A. Me-
iMIssos Lulu and Kittle Kuhl oC
Sioux Centei , la. , and .Master Fred
Kulil of Omaha aio In the city visit
ing witli the G. A. Kuhl family.
Miss Mellle Uiidge has gone to
Grand Junction , Cole , to spend a few
weeks with Miss Lois Gibson Miss
midge will also visit at Salt Lake City.
Mrs. O. R. Eller , her son Homy El-
lei and Miss Ethel Coffman of Lin
coln aie In the city visiting with Mrs.
Ellei's patents , Mr. and Mis. H. C.
Misses Agnes and Claia Smith will
leave Tuesday for a week's vacation.
Miss Agnes will go to Sioux City ,
while Miss Claia will visit with filends
Mi. and Mrs. Eail Hi own of Dallas ,
who were heie visiting at the home of
Mr. and Mis. A. Phillips , have gone
to Lyons , Neb. , to be piesent at the
wedding of their daughter , Miss Edna
Woid from Stlllwater , Okla. , leports
the safe airival theie of Miss Beulah
Hayes , daughter of Mr. and Mis. C. S.
Hayes of this city , who made the tilp
to Oklahoma by heiself Miss Hayes
is visiting with the G. E Moore fam
ily , who are foimer Noifolk lesldents.
Claience Rasley , who has been con
fined to his bed with an attack of ton-
silitls , Is again able to be back at
Ralph Bcverldge has purchased a
10-passenger motor boat , which has
already had its Initial tiip up the
Glenn McKIlmans , a hackman , Is
sufte'iing from a badly smashed linger
as the icsult of a tinnk falling on his
hand while he was loading It.
II. S. Oveiocker has leturned fiom
Chicago , vvhete he took a postgraduate
uate couise In an optical college. Mr.
Oveiocker has now put out his sign as
The Woman's Home Missionary so
tiety of the Methodist Episcopal
chinch will have a poicli picnic at the
lesidence of C. S. Hayes Tuesday
.itteinoon at I ! o'clock.
An ice cieam social will bo held this
evening at the Best school house , six
miles west of heie. A large number
of Noifolk people aio looked for at the
school house to attend the event.
Z. H. Bateman was the second vic
tim of a dog bite in two weeks , the
other being Roy Gllne , a Northwestern
emploje at the Junction , who was
tin own from his bicycle by a dog and
then bitten in the tace and chest.
An unusual quantity of household
goods vveie deposited on the corner of
Fourth street and Norfolk avenue Sat
urday afteinoon for the regular Satin-
day public sale. Among the furniture
was the hotel stock of the Monson
The city league will put on a doubleheader -
header .vt the driving park diamond
Sunday afteinoon. There will be some
fast ball pln > ing. In which the cleiks ,
lallroad men , tiaveling men , firemen
and the Edgevvater teams expect to
A successful social was held last
evening on the Methodist chinch lawn.
A lecoid bieaking crowd vv.is In at
tendance and the membeis of the
"wide awake" class aie shaking hands
with each other over their success In
the large sale of Ice cream.
A number of Norfolk automobile
men aie ai ranging to go to Omaha to
night in their automobiles to attend
the aviation meet there Monday. The
plans aie to leave hole this evening
and reach Omaha about midnight , to-
tinning from Omaha late Monday
The Engle Chaffee llshlng party le
tuined home fiom Wood Lake Satur
day moinlng. after having had a most
delightful ten days' outing. The fish
ing was simply Immense , and the par
ty took its full quota of gamey Illinois
from the water each day. The camp
ers were Mr. and Mis. E. C. Englo and
Hiss Shliloy , and Mr. and Mis. C. L
Mr and Mrs. Albeit Degner have re-
tinned from a two weeks' visit In Col
orado Dan Cavanaugh of Fall bury ,
Noli. , says Mr. Degner , Is the only Ne
braska man who was elected to any
odlco at the hardware men's conven
tion In Denver. Mr. Cavanaugh was
elected on the executive board. Crops
arc in bad condition in Colorado. In
places where there Is Irrigation , says
Mr Dogner. the crops are quite good ,
but the other spots are in poor condl
tlon. "Madison county Is the garden i
of the world , " he says.
ON THE Stage
SAVAGE OFFERED A NOVELTY.
"The Great Name" Is
a Play Based on
Hartford , Conn. , July 23. One of
Henry W. Savage's novelties , "Tho
Great Name , " by Victor Leo Field ,
and adapted by James Clarence Har
vey , was given at the Parsons theater
last night by the Hunter-Bradford
"Tho Great Name" Is n comedy of
scntlmont , Involving a story of the
struggles of a musical genius to gain
recognition and the self-sacrlflco of an
old time fellow student In allowing
the use of his own well established
repute as a means to aid the genius.
llemy Kolker played the role of the
successful composed of light music , a
role said to have been based upon the
actual chat actor ot Franz Lohar , com
poser of "The Merry Widow , " achiev
ing a distinct personal triumph.
SUICIDE AN ELOPING MINISTER.
New Yoik , July 23 The suicide In
Colonial paik In this city of a man
who had been known In the green
loom and other clubs and elsewheio
as "Aitliur Holl."was followed last
night by the dlscoveiy that In icallty
he was the Rev. Athelstano Coin-
foi Hi , ouco a widely known } oung
cloigyman of the Chinch of England ,
connected with a fashionable London
chinch Coioner Holtzhauscr has In
his possession an affidavit to show
that Coinfoith foisook his wife and
eloped fiom London with Edith Hell ,
a chinch woikcr in the Biitlsh me-
tiopolis , who for the last eight
months , since the pall's , ai rival In
New Yoik , has been Introduced by
Cornfoith as his wife. She was
Known as "Mis. Holl" and Coinfoith
passed himself off ns "Aithur Holl"
The affidavit states that when Coin-
foith and Miss Hall came to Now
Yoik they had with them the man's
two chlldien. What has become of
the child ! on could not bo learned.
Inqiili } at 28 Irving Place , vvbeio
Coinfoith and Miss Hall lived as Mr.
and Mis lloll , Indicated the chlldien
had not been there tecently If at all.
Coinfoith , "Mis. Holl" told the coio-
nor , quit his wife because she had be
come addicted to the use of liquor
It Is said she followed her husband
to Ameilca , but this lepoit could not
be veiifled The Coinfoiths weie
man led ten or twelve } eais befoie
they sepaiated. Then the cleigymau
met Miss Hell when she was engaged
In Sunday school and temperance
work in London , and fell in love with
her. Miss Hell , as she Is described
In the affidavit In the coioner's office ,
Is 29 } ears old. Coinfoith was quiet
ly unflocked after his elopement.
Why he killed himself has not been
dotei mined by the police. Coinforth
had lotteis to Sir Casper Puidon
Claike of the Metropolitan museum
of ait and to the gieen room club
note when he ai lived The woman
THE CATFISH ARE THIRSTY.
It Is Many Years Since the Mississippi
Was so Low.
St. Louis , Jul } 23 It is only within
the memoiy of the oldest river men
that the ilveis forming the great Mis
sissippi system have been so low In
the summer as they have this year.
The old timers say the low stages tthls
year can be compared only with those
of 1SG4 , when the catfish had to climb
out Into the fields to moisten their
parched throats with the dew.
North of St. Louis steamboat tiafllc
is almost at a standstill on account of
the low water In the Upper Mississip
pi. The Diamond Jo line has been
forced to take off Its through boats
to St. Paul and has great dlfllculty In
getting Its local packets through to
Burlington , la. Many excursion boats
are tied up. Several of the boats have
been damaged In an effort to navigate.
The big Sidney of the Diamond Jo line
struck a rock and stove a hole In Its
wooden hull , and an excursion boat
met with the same kind of an acci
dent. The river Is so low at Dubuque
that there Isn't enough water to launch
the big transfer boat Frisco , being
built for the St. Louis & San Francis
co railroad. The river can be waded
In many places , and It Is a common
tight to see wanons touiini ; the stieam
to save btldgs tolls
Hit' while i he steamboat Intelests
aie suffering the peail button factories
and the peail hunters aie reaping a
harvest. Hundreds of men , women
and children can bo seen along the
water front of eveiy town hunting
clams The shells are sold to the but
ton factories after being searched for
peails. Many fine pearls have been
found. One , fcjund by a Dubuque man ,
was sold for ? 400.
Conditions along the Ohio river are
getting serious , too , though the situa
tion there Is not as bad as It was
last year , when ptactlcolly every one
of the hundreds of steamboats along
that stream were either stranded In
the liver or tied up In the river or
tied up at the bank.
If It weie not for the water that
comes out of the Mlssouil , steamboat
ttofllc would bo suspended between
hero and Cairo. While the Missouri
has not ilsen this year to within fif
teen feet of the flood stage , It has
maintained a steady flow of water ,
enough to keep the steamboats goIng -
Ing on the Mississippi and enough
tor the boats running on that stream.
Still unless there ore rains soon in
the north the Missouri Is likely to go
very low this fall , althought not ns
low ns It has been In some yonts. It
has been many years since the Mis
souri has fallen below the zero stago.
It Is now olght feet above that stage ,
which is about the usual flow in the
JOURNAL- , FRIDAY , , rmT 29 , IfllO
KRATKE STORY GOES FAR.
Many Big Dallies Feature Norfolk
Girls Who Draw a Plow.
Many eastern papers , some In Bos
ton. New Yoik city and Chicago , have
given considerable space to the story
published In The News some time ago
about the Noifolk girls living on a
tiuck faun north of lioie , whoso father1
forced thorn to pull a garden plow.
The Chicago Satin day Blade on Its
trout page has tun a live-column colored -
ored picture In which the artist paint
ed In minute the story of the affair.
A prominent Norfolk physician who
Is well acquainted with the history of
the Krntko family , while looking over
the picture on the front page of the
Satin day Blade , said today.
"Tho picture describes It exactly. It
suie Is the truth. "
U. S. Senator Burkett Here.
United States Senator E. J. Buikett
was In Norfolk over night , onrouto to
Wayne. Ho was a guest at the Ov-
nard hotel , where a largo number of
Noifolk people called upon him durIng -
Ing the evening
Senator Buikett Is a candidate for
the topiibllcan renoinlnatlon and will
unquestionably bo the paity candidate
for 10 election He feels confident
that the icpublicaii paity In Nebraska
will win a victory oil along the line
In Nebiaska this } ear.
AS the Hist day of the Norfolk laces
Is diawing near , moie Inquliles aie
coming , and lepoits show that a tec-
old bieaking number of entries will be
seen on the driving paik race tiaek.
Secietaiy P. M Baiiett repoits the
tiack in bettoi condition than ever be-
foie. Already a numbei of lace
houses aie heie woiklng out on the
tiack. Among them me two fine
horses belonging to W. S Hands of
Newklik , Okla , and two fast TeKu-
mah , Neb. , horses.
Faimeis and owners of horses lu
Madison , Pieico and Stanton counties
will have a chance to see what their
favorite animals can do eveiy day of
the races. This featme , which is o.f
much inteiest , is known heie as the
lelay tace , to which any owner of
horses is entitled to fiee entiy. The
i clay race is continued foi the entlte
tlnee days of lacing. Thteo miles 1
will bo made , one mile each day with
a change of hoises oveiy half mile.
Each owner has two boises In the
race. One of them staits the lace and
inns a half mile and Is then iclleved
by the second hoise. For this lace a
prize of $ " 0 Is given for the winiiei ,
and less money for second and third.
Many owners of horses have not cleai-
ly undei stood the relay race , but It is
believed a veiy laige number of en
tiles Hill bo made for this feature.
Newport Beats O'Neill.
Newpoi't , Neb. , July 23. Special to
The News : The home boys won the
game easily from O'Neill , by a score
of 13 to 2 In Newport's favor.
Scoie by Innings
New port 1 0 1 2 7 0 2 13
O'Neill 1000001 2
Batteries Andetson and Curtis ,
Newport ; O'Neill , Boyle , Harrington
and McNlchoIs. Umpires , Shank and
Newpoit would like to play Stuait ,
it the } can get up a team.
Summer Resort at Niobrara.
Niobiaia , Neb , July 23. Special to
The News Rev. M J. Brown and his
son and a meny vacation paity came
up fiom Cieighton this morning and
went out to Niobiaia Island paik for
a good time. The paik seems to bo
glowing in popularity and no doubt
there will bo a good number of camp
ing paitles during the next two
PRIEST TO BE TRIED.
Rev. Father O'Hara Bound Over Un
der Bonds for $2,500.
Pierre , S. D. , July 23. At the close
of the piellminarv hearing In Fort
Pierre , Rev. Father O'Haia , charged
with a statutory oftense by 13-year-old
Helena Meyer , was placed under bonds '
of $2,500 for his appearance In court
to answer to the charge. The bond
was Immediately given by the friends
of ie accused man.
A JOY RIDE LED TO DIVORCE.
A Former Ruler of the Elks Accused
a Kansas City Man.
Omaha. July 21 In the district
cotnt here Judge Troup granted Geo.
P. Cronk , former grand exalted uiler
of the Elks , a divorce fiom his third
wife. Mis Coia Lathrop-Cronk. In
his petition for divoice Cronk named
A Banmbuiger of Kansas City as co-
respondent Ho also clmiges ex-
tiomo cruelty. Judge Tioup sus
tained the ciuolty chaige , but held
that the husband had not completely
pioved other chaiges against the
Concerning those the couit said :
"I am not justified In finding this
woman guilty. Theio was some do-
llboiato dlsloalty The charge was
based upon a 'jo } tide' to Hill's toad-
house , a few miles out of Omaha , tak
en by Mrs Ctonk and Mrs Hazel
Hunt with Baumbuiger Mis. Cionk
and Bnumburger both confessed on
the stand that they wont to the load-
bouso , but denied that they had been
guilty of any moio seilous wrong. "
K. of P. encampment , Milwaukee
Knight Templar's Conclave , Chicago
Tickets on sale via the Chicago &
North Western Ry. . dally July 28 , 29 ,
30 and 31 , account K. of P. Encamp
ment , Milwaukee ; and dally August 4 ,
5 , 0 and 7 , account Knight Templar's
Conclave , Chicago Great opportunity
for sight-seeing In these beautiful con
vention cities and to visit the many
adjacent famous summer resorts , lakes
and streams of Wisconsin and North
ern Michigan. For tickets and full Information -
formation apply to any tlckot agonL
Pleasures of the Week.
Mrs D Mathevvson was hostess at
a pleasant 1 o'clock luncheon on last
l Wednesday , which was given In honor
of Mrs. W. H. Hutterfleld. who has
Just returned from California. Covers
.were laid for twelve at a prettily ap
pointed table In the dining room In
i the game of bridge which followed
'the lunch , the high score prize went
to Miss Fale Durnham. The hostess
irescnted the guest of honor with a
Mr. and Mrs. George N. Reels enter-
lalned Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Mohr of
I'lerce and their son , Loyd Mohr , now
nome from Wisconsin university on
his vacation , at a picnic at the Coun
try club last night
The Ladles' Guild of Tilnlty church
' met with Mrs. George Spear on Thursday -
. day afternoon. Mrs. A. Morrison as-
j I slsted Mrs. Spear. Nice refreshments
were served at G o'clock by the host
I ' J The "Jenny Wren" club enjoyed a
nice afteinoon with Miss Elvera Culm-
tee and Mildred Heebe on Wednesday
h the Culmsee home on Noifolk ave-
About 150 children of the First Con
gregational Sunda } school enjoed a
picnic east of town Thuisday. They
' made the tiip in hayiacks and took
lefnge In a bain at the Cailson faun.
The Ladies' Aid society of the Pies-
byteilan chinch enjoyed a basket pic
nic supper at the home of Di. and
Mrs. F. E. Hiyaiit on Friday.
Miss Charlotte Shepherd was host
. ess to "The Daughteis of the King"
on Tuesday afteinoon , at her home on
South Fouith street.
Mis. George N. Beels gave a dinner
paity Wednesday evening for Mrs.
! Needham and Mrs. Farren of Winslde
Mrs. W. H. Shlppee entei tallied Mrs.
Beach , Mrs. Ball and Mis Fiaser at
a 5 o'clock luncheon Monday.
A. P. Doe leturned to his home In
Davenpoit , la. , the ( list of the week ,
after a few da > s' visit In the home of
his daughter , Mrs. G. D. Buttorfleld.
Mrs. Chailes R. Hays and son of
Denver ai lived in the city last night
for a visit at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. John R. Hays.
Miss Daisy Webb of Toionto , Can. ,
is visiting her sister , Mrs. W. J. Me-
Namee on Madison avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Mohr of Pierce
weie guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. A.
Pasowalk on Friday.
Mrs. D. Baum and son , Edwin , re
turned this week from their visit In
Mrs. L M. Keene of Fremont Is the
guest of her parents , Mr. and Mis. J.
Miss Bonnie Shippee left this noon
for Pleice to spend a week with
Mrs II E. Wai rick went to Omaha
Thursday for a two weeks' visit.
Wayne Normal Notes.
At the regular examination hold last
week for ceitiflcates , we had over 100
enrolled. Thlity-one counties of the
state weie represented.
Inquliy icgaidlng the work for the
next year is being mad ° . Wa hope to
be able to answer these requests for
The management la very busy get
ting everything read/ for commence
ment , which begins August 4 and
closes August 11.
Robert I. Elliott , who was a gradu
ate of our scientific course and later
graduated from the state university ,
present superintendent of the schools
of Bioken Bow and principal of the
junior normal at that place , will give
the graduating address this year.
Miss Lottie Johnson has received
the contract for a $ GO country school
In Cedar county. Miss Rebecca Moore
will go to the same county at $50 per
Miss Edith Porter of this year's
graduating class was elected grade
teacher at Wakefleld. Miss Porter Is
a splendid student and will make a
Mr. Taylor , a real estate man of
Lincoln , was an over Sunday visitor
of Miss Johnston and her brother.
This Is chautauqua week and , as
there are no recitations In the after
noon , many of the students aie regu
Rev. Mr. Corkoy will preach the bac
calaureate sermon this year. From the
addresses given by Rev. Corkey on
the occasion of Memorial day and oth
er times , we know this will bo fine.
Among the new students to enter
this week we have Mrs. Elmoro , grade
teacher of Stanton , Miss Stella Lorgo
of Randolph. Miss Marjorlo Connealy
of Decatur and Miss Gay Hunter of
Rev. Mr. Bithol , pastor of the M.
E. church at Fremont , and a good
filend of the Pile family , visited the
college Friday , conducting chapel ex-
Mrs. Mai tiny of Winslde and Mrs.
Poiter of Noifolk weio guests at the
dormitory on Sunday. Each of these
ladles visited her daughter.
Tllden Beats Elgin.
Tlldon beat Elgin at baseball 5 to
4 at the latter town Thursday Bat
lories Tlldon Klngdon and Stewart ,
Elgin , Leonard and Alberts Stiuck
out b > Klngdon 5. by Leonard 7 Hits
off Klngdon 7 , off Leonaid 8 Time of
game , 1 hour 45 minutes
A. 0. Heckmnn wont to Winner on
Mis raiollno Ollti of Madison was
In the city
nieilff C S. Smith of Madison was
in the city.
.Mis F. .Mans of Hosklns called on
M J. Sandois ictnined from a'busi
ness trip at O'Nolll.
A. Uuehholz retuined from a busi
ness tiip at Wayne.
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Iloo of Wlnnor
were visitors In the city.
William Hutof Hosklns was In the
city transacting business.
Mrs. II. S to Ron and daughter of Vor-
dlgro weie visitors In the city.
W. C. Ahlman and William Knaseh
took an automobile trip to Ilumphtey.
Professor M. O. Doorlng of Dattlo
Creek was In the city visiting with
Councilman K. E. Coleman and W.
II. Dlakeman hnvo gone to West Point
to close a land deal
Mrs. John Fuerst and children loft
for a month's \Islt to her parents in
Ohio , who arc aged and III.
Mr. and Mis. J A. Huebner , who
have been hoio visiting with relatives ,
hnvo retuined to their home at Hos
Mrs ] ] | | 7nueth EOIUOITO of Oroeley
Contot. Neb , Is In the city visiting
with Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Simmons.
Dr. r S. Paiker has gone to Long
Pine to spend a week camping and
llshlng with J. S. Mnthewson , who Is
all eat ! } camped near that city.
A. I. Heller , nls daughter , Miss Flor
ence Hpltei. and his gianddaughtoi ,
Gladys of Maiian la. aie In the city
to spend a few weeks' vlbit with Mis
Ml s Helene Scliemel of Hosklns.
who was In the city today calling on
ftit'iidb. leaves Satin day for Seattle
and othoi weslein coast cities to
spend a } ear's visit with filends.
Horn , to Mr. and Mrs. August Dlank ,
The Frlday-Fraser camp has been
abandoned and the campeis have all
retuined to the city.
Albeit Moiminrdt , a farmer living
notth of the city , is suffering fiom a
painful caihuncle on his back.
A nnmbei of Fiemont golflsts arc
expected in Norfolk Sunday afteinoon
for a match game against a number
of Noitolk pin } 01 s.
Membeis of the Stitt-Logan Daven-
poit camp at the Kiant ? faun are bus
ily engaged today pulling up stakes
and packing up their luggage to be
hi ought back to the city.
Theie aie a iiumbei of cases of ton-
sllltis in the cltCl.uonee Hasley is
one ot the victims One phybiclan be-
lien ob theie Is an opldon\lc \ ot the
tinoit tiouble In Noifolk.
The entei talnment committee of the
Countiy club lepoit eveiythlng Is In
leadlness to make tonight's dance at
the club house a success. A large
ciowd of dancers Is looked for.
Constable A. W. Finkhouse Is in
search of the parties who enteied the
Joseph Thomas slaughter house at the
Junction last Sunday night and do-
stioed about $ . > 0 worth of pioperty ,
2. H. Dateman , while peddling bills
on West .Madison avenue Fiiday , was
sevetely bitten bv a bulldog Mr. Bate-
man was walking along the sidewalk
when the dog came out and attacked
While manning an automobile noai
his home Hey flight was unable to
contiol the mathine , which tan into a
good sbed tiee , breaking it down. Th6
automobile then made beveial tmns In
a choice potato patch.
Some last baseball will be pln.ved
in Noifolk duilng the race meet In
Aug'ust. W. F Hall , piesident of the
city baseball league , is busy getting
up a line of out-of-town teams which
will come heio to play.
Noiton Howe and Burmond Leach
letuined fiom Omaha , wheie they vis
ited with Peter Staftotd , jr , who un-
dei went an opeiation for appendicitis
it the St. Joseph hospital. Mr. Staf
ford Is feeling flue and will probably
Lie home about next Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. hvln and daugh
ter , Mlbs Derris Iivin , have left ManItou -
Itou , Colo. , for a fifty-mile tiip Into
the mountains on a llshlng expedition.
Mrs. Iivin , who has been taking treat
ments tor iheumatlsm at the spilngs ,
writes to relatives In Norfolk that she
lias entliely iccoveied her usual ,
A. H. VIele retuined from a business
tiip at Chicago and Oiaml Haplds ,
Mich. , Thuisday night. The fuither
west , the bettet the ctops , is the ie-
port Mi. Vlele biings In teferencc to
ciop conditions. Wheat and onts are
talr In the east , but the coin Is no
good. Scvetnl Inches of dust In some
of the bebt tenitoiy in Michigan shows
the diouth theie.
including a number of lendoilng kot
ties , a watei gauge , hotleis and win
dows. Thouras , who lives on South
Foiiith sheet , found upon teaching his
place of business at the Junction that
the door had been bioken In , and
biicks were used to demolish every
thing in sight. Mr. Thomas is work
ing witli the constable on the case and
It Is believed the guilty paitles will
soon be tounded up.
Mrs. Frank Beeis \ > i < ; file a counter
petition to the petition tiled In tin01. . - ,
tiht con it b } her husband asking f < ji
dlvoice. In her counter petition Mis
Beels will deny the chaigo that sin '
did not obtain a legal dlvouc fnuii J
her Hist husband In South Dakota
She bays she will prove that she lived ,
In South Dakota one yoni. She at ! > o |
chaiges that she was a victim of cruel
ty at the hands of her present him
Dr. W. H. Pllgoi totiirnod fiom n
few days' visit in South Dakota and
the country surioundlng Philip , near
which the doctor has purchased two
fauns. Dr. Pllger accompanied N \
Halnbolt. Aftet attending the do
farming convention at Hapld Pit ) at
which they heard a number of ad
dresses on the dry farming ptojects
they took a flftymilo automobile trip
tluougu the country. Mr Ilalnbolt
will probably return this ovonlng.
Mrs A. C. F. Schuljr , living at Ifldgo- /S
watei , Is .suffeilng from a number of
painful Injuiles on her hands ami both
arms as the result of being cut by a
fruit Jar , lit which she was preserving
peaches. Mis. Schultr. had Just lilted
one of the Jms , and was putting on
the cover. She used nil her strength
and tinned the utitlio top olT. The
bioken glass cut deep Into ono tttiK'T
and both bet HUIIH A nunibor of
sttt/'hes / weie taken In the wounds.
Notice to Creditors.
In the mattei of the estate of Sam
uel F. Hell/man , deceased. Notion la
hereby given to all poisons having
claims and demands against Samuel
F. Holmnnn. late of said Madison
county , deceased , that the tliuo fixed
for filing claims against said estate l.s
six months from tlio 22nd day of July ,
1010. All such persons are required
to piosent their claims with the vouch-
ets to the county Judge of said county
at his plllco in the city of Madison , In
said Madison county , on or hofoio the
2hd : day of Januaiy , 1H1 ! , and that all
claims so filed will bo hoard but'oro
said judge on the 2lid ! day of January ,
1911 , at 1 o'clock p. ni. Belinda HolU-
man Is the ndmlnlstratilx of the es
It Is futther ordered that nolle j to
all poisons Intelested In said cstato bu
given by publishing a copy of thin or
der In the Norfolk Weekly News-Jour
nal , a weekly newspaper printed , pub
lished and cli cutntlng In said county ,
for four consecutive weeks pi lor to
said day of healing.
Witness my hand and seal this 12th
day of July , A. D. 11)10. )
Wm. Bates ,
( Seal ) County Judgo.
Notice Is heieby given that sealed
bids will be teceived at the ofllco ot
the county cleik ot Madison county at
Madison , Nobiaskn , up to 12 o'clock
noon of August 8. 1910 , for const ! no
tion accoiding to the plans and spec-
Ideations now on file in the olllco ot
the county cleik , of Drainage Ditch
No. 2 of Madison county , Nobiaskn ,
desciibed as follows1
Beginning at a point in the section
line between sections 20 and 29 , town
ship 21 , noitli , ninge 1 west , 2,902 foot
west ot the coinoi between sections
20 , 21 , 2S and 29 , and extending south
eleven degiees to station IS as shown
on the plat of said pioposed ditch ,
which station 13 equals station "A. "
O , thence east along the line of old
ditch on the line between the north
half and the south half of the noith-
east quaiter of said section 29 and on
the ' line botvU-cn the noithwest quar-
tei ' of the northwest quaiter and the
southwest qnaitet ot the northwest
quaiter of said section 28 to the south
west coiner of the noithcast quarter
of ' the noithwest quartet of said sec
tion ' 28 , township 24 , north , in range 1
west , thence southeast to station 4
B. A of said plat , thence in south-
easteily diiectlon to the center of sec
tion 28 , township 21 , north , range I ,
west , thence east on the southeast
qnartei of the noitheast quarter ot
said section 2S along the south line of
said land to Dialnage Ditch No. I ot
Madison count } , Nebiaska.
Said ditcli Is to be completed with
in thiit.v days fiom date of awarding
continct tlieiefor. /N
Bids will be opened at 1 o'clock p.
m August S , 1910.
A cot tilled check foi ? 200.00 must
ac company each bid. Successful bid-
dei must fuinish bond in the sum of
$500 for the faithful peilormaiico ot
the contiact. /
The light Is leserved to reject any
and all bids.
Dated July 11 , 1910
Henry Suntlerman ,
Buir Taft ,
County Commissioners of Madison
County , Nebiaska.
WANTED buccoss Magaztn i >
one with expoilence , nut would con
sider any applicant with good natural
qualifications ; salary $1 fiO per day ,
quires the sei vices of a man In Nor
folk to look after expiring subscrip
tions and to secure new business by
means of special methods usually ef
fective ; position permanent ; prefc"
with commission option. Address ,
with reference , . ' . , R. C Peacock , Room
102 , Success Magazine BIdg. , New
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