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THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL , FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 9 , 1910.
Again Scnlp the Redskins.
Tlio Chorukuo Indians wore attacked
In the eighth Inning of their game
with Norfolk Moiulny on tlio driving
park diamond and sculped by a score
of 11 to 4.
Tlio gumo WUH n good ono , with Nor
folk having only a llttlo the hottur of
It until the eighth , when Norfolk hut
ted nil around , bringing In six scores.
The InillniiH then lost hope , but en-
deuvoied to rally , hitting the ball but
going out ono , two , thieo to the crack
Norfolk plu > era who never fumbled.
Kolk-hor pitched n line game for
Norfolk and was HOOII the here of the
fans. In ono liiBtanco ho made good
n. promise to Htrlko several Indians
out and got n financial toward from
nn cnthuslusllc fan. Oonliy for Cherokee -
okoo wan a whirlwind , but with some
I > oor support In the inllold , where pluy-
or loft the Hold on several occasions ,
threatening to quit because of unnec-
OHsnry fnniblos on their own part , his
work was not na effective as It could
liavo boon. Oontiy's quick dollvory
was u feature on the Chorokco side.
lie found It hard to got the Norfolk-
nns napping , however , and Moldon-
Imuer Induced him to discard this do
llvory when ho lined out a beautiful
Forth also featured for Cherokco In
n line running catch of Schelly's fly
In the right Hold. Gllssman , Krnbn ,
Lnndeis , Clark and South wore also
up for honors on the Norfolk sldo ,
Moldenhnuor featured for his leant'
mates by a good catch of Hulso's liner ,
llumlcn , who was put In the catchor'e
box , was knocked out In the llrst In-
ulng when his right hand was injured
by ono of Gentry's fast ones. Chuu
teau , who pitched a beautiful game
last Sunday , took Humlon's place
making good all around. Ills tin OWE
to second and third wore clean
Kiahn , Landers and South each got c
l\\o-bagger. Lonapah and Kopllnwen
the only Indians who had two baggers
tagged to their recoid.
The scoie by Innings : R. H. B
Cherokco 000200200 4 4 11
Norfolk . .1 0 1 2 0 1 0 G * 11 14 !
Uutteries1 Gentry and Rumlon am
Chautoau ; Kolloher and Gllssman.
Cumlng County Court.
West Point , Nob. , Sept. C. Specla
to The News : The tegular term o
the dish let couit for Ginning count ;
will com ono at West Point on Mon
day , . September 12 , with Judge Gu ;
T. Graves on the bench. The docke
isoiy light , theio being but twenl ;
tlvll and one ciimlnnl rase on tin
tulendar. The jutors called me tin
lolloping. Homy Schuman , Ma1
C.eihuidt , Anton Schntfen , John Suss
riedeikk nud\\ig , G. II. Schutto , Wil
Ham Cnmmingb , John Skala , Edgu
Kiuuse , John Ackciman , Daniel Gron
er , Won/cl Poesehol , F. L. Bovcr. Wil
Ham Dieltlmtth , Homy W. Faithe !
Jlenry Stanffor , II. Schlcutcr , Georg
Oilman , John Ilmstlek , Homer Emlej
Anton Sinn , Joseph Schneth , II. J
Simonson and Joseph Wiesen.
The usual blue lock shoot of th
imal spoilsmen of this vicinlly too :
place on Sunday nt the fnim homo o
Nicholas Peulrowsky. II. II. Conn
again captmod the high score , breal' '
ing 21 out of 23 blue locks. Next 1
inollciency and mniksmnnship were J
Benne , W. Sendke and A. Zutdo , wh
onch had a facore of 22.
Colonel James C. Elliott , editor c
the West Point Republican and pos' '
master of West Point depaited for
'vncntion in the east on Saturday an
expects to be gone a month. Mr. E
liottab accompanied by his eldet
son Donald The tilp will embrnc
Canada , Now England and a btop wl !
be made at Pnlmjia , Ponn. , the birtl
lilace and boyhood home of Mi. Elliot :
After a two-jeu'is' struggle wit
death Homy Dutger , a well know
farmer of Montetej precinct succuml
ed to painlysis on Saturday. His i (
mains were intoned in the Catholi
cemeteiy at Monteiey. Rev. H. Schoc
rector of St. lionlface churchc bein
the celebrant of the requiem muss , as
sisted by Revs. Father Klemenz c
West Point and Father Roth of Aloyi
Mr. Bmgor was a native of German
and was 15 years of age at the time c
his death. Ho leuves a widow an
News of the dentn ot Airs. Amy R <
beccn Peteison has been received f
thlb plaie. She wus the witc of Joh
Peteibon , a well known fanner of Bui
croft township und was 40 yeais c
ngc. She was the mothei of lour chi
dien sm\l\lng her , und wns u wldov
The funeral seivices were hold In th
Methodist Episcopal church of whic
the deceased was a lifelong mcmbe :
Rev. A D. Buell of Lyons concluctin
OLIVER BOND FOUND DEAD.
Former Norfolk Man Left Here Wit
$2,000 Dead in Detroit.
Olivet Bond , formerly employed a
the slnte hospital for insane in thi
city , was found dead in Detroit , Mich
yestetduy without any funds on hi
person , accoidlng to n telegram u
cehed heie by Norfolk friends of Mi
Bond When Mr. Uond left Norfol
lie hud about $2.000 on his persot
sa > his fi lends here. No other infoi
illation of the details of the chnrncte
in which Mr. Bond met death in DC
tioit hu\e been leeched hero , but I
is belie\ed ho met with foul piny.
Mr. Bond left this city for Englnti' '
Inst bpring. He wns married ther
nnd returned to the United States 01
the same bent with D. Roes , In lol
tors tecently written to Norfol ]
ft lends Mi. Bond snld ho would sooi
loturn here. Efforts are being mad
to get more information nbottt th
mystery sin rounding Mr. Bond'
Burke Accepts Valentine Challenge.
Burke. S. D. , Sept. G. Sporting Edl
tor The News : The challenge of th <
Valentino ball team is nccepted. Vf <
claim the championship of South Di
Icotn and stand ready to defend sain
nt any and all times. Wo will pin ;
them n series of seven games , three
at each homo town nnd the odd game
on some neutral ground If It Is necos-
Hiny. Yours truly ,
10. S. Sanderson ,
Manager Hurko Hull Team ,
Madison Planning Fair.
Mtidlson , Nob. , Sept. G. Special to
The News. The Madison County Ag-
rlciiltuinl society is planning to make
the lwonlninth annual fair furox -
1 In every lespoct that of any other
our In the hlstoiy of the association ,
ho fair will open Tuesday , Soptom-
er 13 , and close Friday , the IGth. A1-
eady It Is an assured fact that the
ve stock exhibit will be much super-
or to any previous year that no com-
iiiilson can be made. Additional space
s being provided to accommodate ex-
Ibitois , all available building spnco
inlng been spoken for. No county
n Nebraska can boast of bettor crops
his year than Madison and tlio fair
nnnugement have been successful in
ntorcstlng the fanners In the produce
llsplay ; so this jour's fair visitors
, vlll have the pleasure of looking at
oprcsenlnllvo display of grain and
.egetables which will bo a ctodlt to
ho host county in this great state.
The race ptogrnm piomlscs to bo a
ecord btenkor In point of entries nnd
speed. Ptncticully nil the fust horses
n northeast Nebraska hu\o arranged
.o contest for the money. Wednesday ,
September 11 , will occur the 2:30 : trot
iind the hnlf mlle i mining rncc , with
$250 and $50 pluses ; Tluiisday the
2 25 trot and 2.20 tiot and pnco , with
$250 purses , also the fho eighths mlle
lash for $50 ; Friday , the 2:1C : tiot and
pace , purse $250 , the walk , tiot and
running ncnolty with a handsome
A fcnturo of the ptogiam Friday wil
be the automobile taco for a $50 put so
Auctioneer Van Pelt of Omaha wil
preside as starter.
The baseball alone will more thai
compensate for the trouble of attend
ing the fair. Fem fnst gnmos have
boon piovlded. Norfolk vs. Tlldei
will piny Thursday , Norfolk day
Humphrey vs. Mndibon will also piny
There will bo n fnst game each daj
worth moie than the pi Ice of admis
sion. The Gieat Tilck House , a llrst
chibs ntti action will be fieo to nil at
tending the fair. There will be twc
bands pioviding plenty of music. Al
school childien under 1i ( yenis of age
w ill be admitted fiee on Thuibday , Sop
lenibcr 15. Teacheis will be furnish
ed with coupons of admission whicl
will bo dibtiibuted among the schoo
childien of the county. Dr. W. B
Nllob of the bureau of animal Indus
tiy of Washington , D. C. , will speal
Thuisdny ufteinoon fiom the amph :
theater on the seium tieutment fo
the control of hog cholem. Specln
notice is invited to the tinln seivic
September 15. All persons on th
Northwestern niilroad should buy
lound trip ticket from > our town t
Noitolk as the Northwestern will thei
deliver yon to its up town depot. Thi
w ill make closer connection on th
Union Pnciflc specinl lea\ing Notfol
nt 1 p. in. tor Madison. There will b
a specinl tinin going as far west a
Tildon thnt evening connecting wit
the Union Pacific regular pnssenge
which reaches Noifollc fiom the sout
a little aHer ! ) o'clock p. m. A spccla
tiain will lcu\o Columbus at 8:3 :
connecting nt Humphiey with th
eastbound Onkdale-Sciibner pussengo
bound Oukdale-Scribner passenge
leaching Madison at 0:50 : which wl
letinn to Columbus the hamo evening
leu\ing Mudibon about 9 p. m. , con
necting with the late train on th
Noithwestetn east nnd west froi
Madlbon extends n hearty welcom
to all the people of the county to com
and accept of her hospitality and goo
will , enjoy a rare treat at the fal
and help to make it dibtinctly wha
it should be , a county festival occn
Charles Gripe of Stanton was in th
Miss Martha Hamilton has gone t
Plainview , near which city she wl
L. II. Hinds went to Ornnhn on bus
lt Miss Mne Bnrrett hns icturned froi
Chailes Owen of Hoskins was her
F. L. Estnbrook hns gone to LIncol
lei u few duys.
Mits Gootsch of Stanton was a vh
itor iu the city.
Mrs. L. Schulte of Winsldo was
' visitor in the city.
Judge A. A. Welch of Wayne was
vibitor In the city.
J. A. Iluebnor of Hoskins was hoi
Mrs. L. Palm and Mrs. Brlssow wen
to Hoskins for a few days' visit.
Mi and Mrs. P. King of Stanto
were in the city culling on friends.
II. O. Howell and C. C. Gieenflel
of Bonesleol were visitors in the cltj
Chailes and Cdwnrd Hulnc 1mv
gone to Deiner to spend a weeks' va
Miss Efflo Cronk nud Miss Nelll
Flynn huvo gone to Foster , whore the
will tench school.
Henry Muiquutdt , Robert Hngel nn
Darius Raasch have gone to LIncol
to uttend the stnte fulr.
Miss Vorenu Nenow nnd Miss Li ?
/lo Podnll returned from n short vlsl
with friends nt Stnnton.
Mrs. G. S. Southworth returned fron
Onmhu , wheio she spent n few weeks
visit with her sister , Mrs. J. K. Moi
Miss J. Junsson nnd Miss Leo hav
returned from Chlcngo nnd rosumec
their positions at the Dnrrott milliner
Misses Ruth nnd Grnco Davis , wh
have been hero visiting with Mfsse
Agnes nnd Clara Smith , have returnee
to their homo at Wakellold.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Douol , onrout
from a three months' visit on the west
ern coast to tholr homo In Page , wen
In the city visiting with friends.
G. E. Drceson , a prominent mer
chant of Wltten , S. D. , formerly em
ployed at the Star clothing store of
this city , was here transacting busi
Mr. and Mrs. William Coart and
four children nrilved homo from n
brief visit with lolntlvcs in Buttle
Rev. Mr. Craun left yesterday for
Mrs. J tunes Lehman nnd dnughtcrs ,
'Inn ' and Lena of Lincoln , passed
trough the Junction last evening on
loir way to Clmdron for a few weeks'
Miss Nina Pickerel arrived homo
Sunday evening from Omnhn , where
ho has been visiting with her sister ,
Ilss Gcttrudo Pickorol.
Miss Hannah Rhodey of Alnsworth
s hero visiting relatives for a few
Miss Elslo Long , formerly of the
unction , returned to her present
tome In Alnsworth nfter a week's visit
vlth friends nnd relatives here.
Alec Met 1m of South Omaha Is hero
islting friends nnd relntlves.
Miss Mnry Slnma has arrived homo
torn Omnhn , whcio she had been on
Frank Spltzonberger arrived homo
rout Chlcngo , ( where ho hnd been to
.nko a C. & N. W. exnminntion for nn
engineer , in which he pnssed.
The Cherokee Indian baseball team ,
who wore defeated twice by the Nor
folk baseball team , wont to Wayne.
M. W. Beebe is icportca suffering
Tiotn an attack of typhoid fever.
Rlchmd Bajer hns accepted the po
sltlon as day clerk at the Pacific hotel
A tegular meeting of the hook and
ladder company of tlio lire depart
ment will bo held Wednesday evening
The Pilger baseball team , enroute
homo from Humphiey , where they defeated
feated the Humphrey team In two fast
games , passed through the city.
Miss Myrtle Rauhouser , chief op
ctntor of the Nebraska Telephone com
puny , who bus been 111 for the pas' '
two days , is again able to be at her
Paul Grant of Madison , who has
purchased a hnlf intetcst In the Soutl
lilmnblng business , is making his home
with his uncle , S. II. Giant , on Soutl
Chief of Police Mutqnurdt is again
on the job , having returned lust nigh
with the | Noifolk company of the
Landwohr Votein , who puiticiputecl ii
the thteo duys' session of that societj
The little 3-yeut-old daughter of Mr
and Mis. Chailes Schultz of Soutl
Second stieet had a nairow escape
fiom death as the tesult of drinkint
water in whicli poibon lly paper hat
been placed. The little girl's conditioi
is tu\orable at this time.
The Krabn tnlloring shop Is under
going extensive tepuirs and remode !
nig. A 21x20 foot extension has beet
added to the tear of the building am
will be used for the tallots' wotktoom
The pattition at the foimer tailors
loom has been taken down nnd tb
additional space will be ubed for th
enluiged show room.
C. E. Ilattfoid , who tecently re
tinned fiom the national and interim
tional convention of liremen at Rochester
tor and Sytacuse , N. Y. , was th
means of changing the methods of voting
ing for the meeting places of the con
\ention , taking it out of the hands o
the board of conttol to an election b
the association. The next meeting o
the national convention will bo hel
at St. Louis.
Carpenters who commenced wotk o
pnlaiglng the George Davis cigar stor
on Norfolk avenue were snddenl
stopped in their operations by Actin
Chief of Police O'Brien , who informe
the cnrpentets that the addition to th
building , which is a ft ante one , was it
\iolntion of the luw. Inasmuch us It 1
in the ( lie limits and should be mad
of bilck or flteproof material. Th
matter will be taken up at the councl
The entertainment committee of th
Noifolk Y. M .C. A. are preparing on
of the largest varied musical enter
tainments ever given by local talon
in Norfolk for the benefit of the Y. M
C. A. The date has not yet been so
but it is probublo thnt the first woo
In October will come very close to 1
Dr. C. S. Putker , chulrman of the com
mittee , reports that no one Is ellglbl
to puiticipute in the entertninmen
who is not a Norfolk citizen.
Electric Line , Omaha-Norfolk.
C. W. Baker , general manager o
the Baker Consttuctlon compnny o
Omnhn , who hnvo the contract for th
construction of the electric tnllrou
from Fremont to Omaha for the Ne
hi aska Transpot tatlon c o m p a n
( whose officers are unknown , but be
lle\ed to bo financed by Eutopean caj
Ital ) is In the city to get a report o
the countiy between hero nnd Fremont
mont with a evv of extending th
electtlc line fiom Fiemont to Norfol
with a branch line tunning from Clark
son to Madison.
A committee of Mndlson busines
moil , including Mayor Dowling , wor
at Fremont Mondny nnd teported thu
the Mndlson people mo sntlsfled thn
the proposition lb a good ono. All Mr
Baker nsks Is thut Noifolk nnd Mad
son subset Ibo $2,000 each for stock
The Europenn buckers arc said t
finance the entlie proposition.
According to Mr. Baker the route o
the road was first planned to go dlrcc
irom Fiemont to Clarkson , thence t
Madison and to Norfolk , but to get i
line on the requited population am
probable freight earnings , the brand
had to bo made under the orders o
the ngent for the Europenn interests
Mr. linker hns in his possession r
copy of the loport mndo by the agon
to the Europenn Interests , which In
eludes nbout 400 pages typowrlttei
and photographs of a proposed line
from Omalm to Sioux City. This par
of the system does not touch Fremont
When this report Is accepted the stir
\oy will be made and constructlot
started , snys Mr. Baker. The photo-
giaph plan Is being used entirely by
Mr. Uakor's company. Every bit of
the toad Is photographed before any
sunoy whatever Is mndo.
Electricity will ho the power used
to piopol the curs , ho Buys. The power
house will bo constiucted between
Dodge and Washington counties on
10 Elkhoin thor. Eight million dol-
ins Is to ho obtained from a bonding
ouso for the entlio system , the poole -
lo not lo bo asked for anything ox-
opt to Hiibsciibo for a smnll amount
f stock , The line from Frqmont to
Omaha is to bo double tracked.
"I won't give out the agent's name ,
i who the olllcois of the Nebrnskn
"rnnspaitntlon compnny nre , " snid Mr.
Inker when asked who the European
ntorests wore. "This Is n corporation
nd since wo nine been woiklug on
ho proposition two railroads hnvo
jccn lighting us hnrd , so to disclose
he mimes of our Eutopcnn Intetests
\ould ptobnbly do us no good. "
Mr. Dakar hold a conference with
he dliectors of the Norfolk Counner-
cinl club Tuesdny , nt their tegular
necting at the Oxnurd hotel.
Made Fast Time to Denver.
I. M. Mucy , writing fiom Denver ,
ells of making the trip fiom Norfolk ,
833 miles , In fho days with Ills Over-
nnd cur. Ho u\einged 1GG miles a
lay und his tepuirs cost htm 5 cents
for a broken tiuss loci. The tires still
contained the sumo wind he stntted
with. One day lie mndo 185 miles.
Accident at State Fair.
Lincoln , Sept. G. Archie Hoxsey ,
flying in n Wnght ueioplune at the
fair grounds hcte , wns Injured nnd
his machine desttoyed this morning
when the wing of the plune collapsed
during the second flight. The machine
turned tin tie , pitching tlio dilvor ontc
the roof of n burn , which so broke hh
fall thut his Injuries are apparently
slight. The machine was wiecked.
Iloxsey was taken to his npai ttnonts
In an ambulance. A hurried cxamina
tlon failed to disclose any broken
bones , but he sustained numerous fiesl
wounds and was shaken seveiely.
A new machine has been ordeiec :
fiom the factory and Iloxsey is de
tot mined to complete- the number ol
flights contracted for.
Race Meet Short $338.
The Norfolk laces this your show f
deficit of ? 338.
Business men who signed the ad
\unco guaranty will be nskcd to pin
up ? 310 of the shoituge , theio huviiu
been n balance of § 17. Treasure !
Huuse's statement showing receipts
and disbmsonicnts Is published today
Statement of 1910 Race Meet.
Oct. 2 , 1909 , balance $ 173 !
Vug. o , 1910 , grandstand 28.51
Aug. 3 , main gute 214.51
Entrance fees 40G.OI
Soft cliink prhilege 50.01
Pool pi h liege 25.01
Scoie card piivilege 18.01
Show pel centage 2G.2 !
Aug. 1 , 1910 , grandstand 82.51
Main gate 181.7'
Aug. 5 , 1910 , grandstand 47.7i
Main gate 311.21
Saltier , i out 40.01
Rent for tent IS.Oi
Addition to grandstand 82.5i
Lumber and hardwaie for te-
pnirs 27.G' '
American Trotting associa
tion , clues 4.7i
Ball games 1G8.2 ;
Insurance premium lO.Oi
Advertising 112.G ;
Posting advei Using 23.8i
Labor on truck 108.5i
Stut ler ' 32.5i
Help and labor 51.5' '
Postage and telephone 5.0
Showing shortage of $319.50.
J. E. Hnuse , Treasurer.
Ate 150 Watermelons.
Madison , Neb. , Sept. 7. Special t
The News : One hundred and flft ;
watermelons weto cut nnd enten b ;
250 children under Ihe nges of 12 nt :
melon fenst given from 4 to G by Dt
and Mrs. A. E. Gndbols nt their horn
In honor of the second birthday an
niversary of Iheir twin sons Rober
and Richard. It was an occasion Ion ;
to be remembered by the boys am
girls of this city.
An Earthquake Recorder.
Washington , Sepl. 7. An enrll
qunke believed lo hn\e been ubou
4,500 miles away was recorded on th
seismograph at Georgetown unlversit ;
early today. The ttemors , which las :
ed from 3:11 : to 3'35 o'clock , wer
very slight and in an east nnd wes
For Postofflce Changes.
Chicago , Sept , 7. Resolutions nsl-
Ing leglslutlon to plnce the appoint
ment of postmastets and nssistnn
posttnusters under civil service , t
abolish Sunday distribution of mat
and protesting ngninst n dopurtmen
order prohibiting postofilco employe :
displaying any nctlvity in politic
were ndopted bete by Iho Nnlionn
Federation of Postolllce Cloiks in tbel
annual convention. Resolutions wen
adopted also asking for nn elght-hou
dny , n pension for ngod employes nm
the abolition of transparent envelopes
The resolutions regarding Sunda ;
work will bo carried to chinches ii
all cities and ministers asked to aid I
a campaign to Induce their congregn
tlons from going to the postofllco fo
mnll on returning from church Sun
Carnival at Oakdale.
Oakdalo , Neb , Sept. 7 Special t (
The News The Savldgo Bros. Amusement
mont company opened hero today am
will remain until Saturday night. The
attractions and shows are first class
ml largo crowds nro expected.
Nlobrara Pioneer Dead ,
NIobiura. Nob. , Sept. 7. Special to
ho News. ChilHtophor George Hon
or , a losldont of Nlobrara for fifty-
> vo yenrs , wns burled here yosteiduy
t 2 o'clock from the Ptosbytorlun
Inirch. Rev. Mr. McFuyden olllclat-
ig. The deceased wus In Ills 83rd
our , nnd has boon cared for by his
oungost son , William , s.lnco the wife
nd mother's death twenty-seven years
go. Mr. Benner died \ery suddenly
10in hoait fullutc lust Satin day inoin-
ig nt his homo ncnr the old town.
\ppmenlly In Iho best of health , ho
peued the guto for his son to drive
hiough on his wny to town and wns
ound ( lend a few hours Inter lying by
he gnte. The one who hns been so
exoled lo his father In his declining
cms wns the only ono of the children
resent to follow him to his last rest-
ng plnco. Sickness nnd fur-distant
omes prevented the olhets , seven In
umber , fiom reaching hcte.
Burke Claims Belt.
DurKc , S. D. , Sept. 7. Sporting Ed-
tor , The News : Buike again shows
hat she has the fnslest baseball team
n southern South Dakota , beating
Uonesteel two out of thrco gnmes
> luyed ut Full tux dm Ing the street
air und cuinhul hold theto last Thins
lay , Ftiduy and Salindny , Seplcmbor
1 , 2 and 3.
Scoie , fiisl game :
3mke . . .0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 3
Bonesteel 10000000 0 1
Butteiles : Buike , Sowell and
Wiight ; Bonesteol , Rustcrmyor and
Kupplemun. Struck out : By Sowell ,
9 ; by Rustcimyor , 2. Umplie , Kelly.
Second gume :
Burke 80005011 5 20
Bonesteol 000100001 2
ButteilosBmke , Bontet und
Wiight , Bonesteel , Smith , Peoples und
Kupplemun. Stiuck out : By Bonier ,
7 , by Peoples , S. The foatmes of this
game woto two homo tuns made for
Burke by Sew ell und Ttobaugb on the
In si two bulls o\er the plnle. Umpire ,
Thitd game :
Buiko 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 10 . ' !
nonesteol 01001020 * 1
Butteiies : liniko , Linohait and
Wiight ; Bonestoel , Tingle and Kapplo-
man. Stiuck out : By Linchuit , 7 ;
by Tingle , 7. Umpiie , Kelly.
Bmko Is tc.uly lo meet any and nil
amateur teums. Any leant wishing u
name wilh us cnn uddioss any com
munications to E. S. Sanderson , man
ager Bmkc ball team.
Clearwater 4 , Oakdale 0.
Oakdale , Neb. , Sept. 7. Special to
'Ihe News. Clouiwutot defeated OaK-
dale heic today by a scoie of 4 to 0.
South , at shoit for Oakdale , was eas
ily the star of the game , accepting
ten chances without a bobble. A
passed bull , tlnee hits , a couple of
boneheud plays nnd nn error In the
second inning guvo Clearwater four
tuiib. Aside fiom the second inning
the game was well played. Score by
Summary Batteries : Clearwater ,
G limes and Albeils ; Oakdale , McKay
and Glissman. lilts : Clearwater , 7 ,
Oakdale , ! ! . Bases on ballsOff
Grimes , 3. Hit by pitcher : By Mc
Kay , 1. Struck out : By Gilines , 10 ;
by McKay , G. Eirors : Clearwnter ,
L , Onkdale , . " > . Time ot game , 1 hour
nnd 40 minutes. Umpires , Swait and
Cleat water 04000000 0 4
Oakdale 00000000 0 0
The same teams play Wednesday ,
Oukdnle and Tilden Thursday , Elgin
and Petersburg Friday , Oakdale and
Nellgh Satin day.
Tilden 4 , Nellgh 3.
Neligh , Neb. , Sept. 7. Special to
The News : Despite the fact that
Routt for Neligh secured sixteen
sttikeouts to his credit ngainst Tilden
at the Rhetside patk diamond yester
day afternoon , the visitors walked
away wilh the gnme by a scoie of 4 to
3. Ertors at critical periods of the
game , coupled with a few bonehend
plays by the home team , wns respon
sible for their defent.
A batting rally in tne ninth inning
by Neligh nt one time looked as If
there was a possibility of winning out ,
but a double play after a score had
been made and no base i miners In
sight , the next butter up flew out ut
first nnd the agony was o\er. Score
by innings :
Tilden 00100300 0 4
Nellgh 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 3
Uatteries Tilden , Klngdon nnd Stu
art ; Nellgh , Routt and Kennedy ,
struck out. By Klngdon , 11 ; by
Routt , 16. Hits : Tilden , 5 ; Neligh , 2.
Errors : Tilden , 3 ; Neligh , G. Base
on balls : Off Klngdon , 2. Umpire ,
Clearwater plays on the Nellgli
grounds next Friday afteinoon.
Crime Is Mystery.
Aberdeen , S. D. , Sept. 7. No clew
to the Identity of the stranger mys
teriously muidered a mile east of town
on Sunday night has yet been discov
ered , nnd no trnco of Iho murderer hns
been found. An examination of the
\ icinily of tlio scene of the crime
brought to light a handkerchief bearIng -
Ing the laundry murk "SO 4130. " In
ono corner wns the name "Strobol. "
This may not ha\o any bearing on the
murder , howo\er , as passersby In the
legion wheio It was found are fre
SHOT AT DANCE.
Resident of Lead Dying at a Hospital.
Three Suspects Held.
Dendwood , S. D. , Sept. 7. While
ejecting nn offending stranger from
the Labor day picnic dnnco at Whitewood -
wood Jack Ilanloy , a well known man
of Lend , wns ptobably fntnlly shot Into
lust night. Hnnley , who wns shot
three times , is believed lo bo dying nt
St. Joseph's hospital here. Three sus
pects are under arrest. The shooting
was done in the dark nnd no ono
knows Ilnnloy's assailants.
GIRL TAKES LIFE.
Lead Young Woman Decides Life Is
Not Worth Living.
Load , S. D. , Sept. 7. Telling her
mothei thut life without the mini who
loved wus empty , Pantile MHJmi , n 19-
jour-old Austtlun gill , looked hot self
In her room nnd ( lied u bullet Into her
heart. She was dead when her pur-
i-nts bioko into her loom. The girl
claimed her sweothoutl hnd deseiled
her for another woman.
Take Madison Drug Store.
Madison , Nob. , Sept. 7. Special to
The News : The First National bonk
of this city look possession of the
Schnnmnnn drug stock nnd com
menced Invoicing Iho sumo under the
Fiipenlslon of Goo. B. Chrlstoph of
Madison , Neb. , Sept. 7. Special to
The News : Judge Hates Issued ainni-
Hugo license lo Alois Voght of this
clly nnd Mrs. Louise Pillar of Norfolk.
Miss Field is Engaged.
Mndlson , Neb. , Sept. 7. Special to
The NewsMr. . und Mrs. W. H. Field
of Mndlson luuo announced the en
gagement of tliolr only child , Anna
May , to Dicdilch Bimison. Mr. Field
Is clerk of the dlsliicl couit of Mad
M. D. Tyler went to Omnlin on busi
A. BuchhoU went to Wayneon busi
Mis. A. H. Vlolo nnd son Verne have
gone to Lincoln to attend the stale
Miss Doru Miller of Iladur was In
Dr. C. A. McKlm went to Omnhn on
H. S. Thoipo went to Lincoln on
Mis R. G. Holnko of Hosklns was a
\ isilor In Ihe clly.
Hint Mnpes returned Irom a busi
ness tilp to Plotco.
William JCutz of Hoskins was here
Mi" r. Hinusch ot Hudar was hoic
\ isitinglth ft lends.
G. S. Souiliwuid letuinocl fiom n
business tilp to Omaha.
iinost : n her of Pioicc wus In the
citv transacting business.
Chailes Fueist rotmned from a busi
ness tilp at Battle Creek.
Mrs G Waiilck und daughter of
Meadow Grove weic in the city.
\V. P Dailj , a banker horn Emmet ,
Xcb. , was in the cily on business.
John Woslenoll nnd daughter of
Meadow Grove were visitors In the
J. F. Fl > mi retmned fiom a business
tiip to Lincoln , Columbus and Fre
Mrs. John Napier nnd children re
turned from a visit at Ewing and In-
Mrs. C. F. A. Marquurdt retmned
fiom n visit with her daughter at Mad
Heibert Ilauptll icturned from a
shoit visit with friends at Newman
Mis. John Shipley and Mrs. Crowley -
ley of Battle Creek wore here calling
C. C. Wiight , a prominent atlorney
of Omaha , wns in Iho cily Iransacling
II. C. Maynurd of Fiemont enroute
to Dallas on business , was in the city
calling on friends.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Mathewson left fet
a thirly duys' tilp to Boston nnd othei
Now England cities.
T. C. Cuntwell and daughter , Miss
Nellie Cnntwcll , went to Lincoln tc
atlend Iho slnlo fair.
Mr. nnd Mis. William Rhlnohart
lune retained from n week's \Isit with
their daughter at Missouri Valley , In ,
Roy Holbrook of Creighton , onroute
to Stanton to visit with friends , was
in the city calling on friends Tuesdny ,
Miss Marie Rent don of Jollet , 111. , is
visiting nt the home of her grandmother -
mother , Mis. Charles Lodge , south ol
W. S. Butterfield , who was hero vis
Itlng with Ills parents , Mr. and Mrs
W. II. Butterfield , hus returned to the
Butlerfleld ranch nenr Wnusn.
Churles Schinm a Northwestern en
giiiuor , is lopoited quite ill.
Ed Hans has gone to Schuyler
whoie his father is reported very ill.
Lou Keneison accompanied his wife
to Omaha Wednesday wheie Mrs. Ken
etson will undergo nn operation.
Frank Fljnn of Giegory bus accept
ed a position as clerk ut the Fulr store
A legulur mealing of the book ami
ladder compnny is cnlled for this even
The regulur meeting of the Degree
of Honor will meet tonight ut the G
A. R. hall nt S o'clock.
T. Willo , who has been very ill , IE
again able to bo out of bed. , Ho will
probably bo able to be back In his office
fico next week.
President C. E. Burnham of the Nor
folk National bank hns purchased al
par $12,000 worth of intersecllon pav
ing bonds from Iho cily.
The Edgewaler sidewalk hns been
ordeied built. This walk will be built
on the west side of Fouith street tc
the driving park , thence oust.
Exleuslvo lopulrs lo Ihelr gns nialne
nnd Ihe luylng of n Inrgo number ol
foot of now gns mains , Is being clone
by Ihe Norfolk Light and Fuel com
Mis. William Gregory of Perry , In. ,
spent the dny Tuesday with her twin
hi other , John Quick , nnd celebrated
Ihelr joint blithdny. She wus accom
panied by her son Woith.
A Inrgo number of O'Neill nnd At
kinson citizens pnssed through Ihe
city today enroute to Lincoln , where
they wont to witness Speed On , Hugh
McKInney'H horse , race.
"Happy" Martin Is moving to Oma
ha from his residence on Norfolk aV-
cnno nnd Eleventh street. Mr. Mar
tin , who has boon traveling for nn Implement -
plomont house , hns been piomotod tea
a better posit Ion nt Omnhn.
Mrs. L. KoonlgHtoln IIIIH gone lo
Omnhn to meet Mr. Koonlgstoln , who
Is on his way homo fiom Iho Pacific
const , whom ho wen I some tlmo ago
with the Intention of remaining. Ho
him decided thnt Norfolk la good
enough and will lemnln hoio.
The two piles of gravel on Second
and Fifth Httocts aio growing linger
every day. Juntos Cinlg , who will
Hupoiintund the puvlng , will piobnbly
hiloady lo stall opi'iallons In a few
Miss Pay I'ittmd , who WUH elected
lo tench in Iho Ihlid und fointh grades
nt the Washington school , bus u'slgnod
to dike a similar position Iu the pub
lic schools ill Sioux City. The school
board lolensed Miss Plllmd und clod-
ed Miss Gonovkno Staffoid to succeed
Fn no i al soi vices over the tcmulns
of Helena Annn Wnchtor , Infant daugh
ter of Mr. and Mis. Ulcluud Wuchlor ,
prominent fnimois living near llndnr ,
who died Mondny , took plnco nt the
family homo Wednesday aftoinoon.
Rev. Mr. Wllle of Iho St. Puul Luth
eran chinch hnd chnrge of the ser
Mrs. A. Tcul und her granddaugh
ter , Eluino Teal , luuo Just leturncd
fiom a tlnee months' visit in the not th
em part of Wisconsin. In otdoling
The News to her homo again , Mis.
Teal w tiles : "I find 1 am lost without
Iho best paper this side of the Mis-
souil ilvei. " Mis. Teal hns been n ,
News teudoi for eighteen yonis.
Commoiclnl club dliecloiH hold a
confoienco Wednesday with W. K.
Palmer of tlio Palmer Engineoilng
company of Kansas City , logaidlng
the pioposed Intcrmhnn fiom Not folk
lo Newman Glove. W. R. Muitln , who
has been n loader In the project , was
heio fiom Schoolciuft , lopoillng n
good sl/ed number of subscriptions for
slock among furmois of his precinct.
Mr. Palmer advised n locul orgunim-
lion for Ibo pin pose of raising funds
with which to mnko a survey and lo
cale Iho pioposed lino. Ho suggosled
extending to Albion Instead of to New
1,013 , at School First Day.
Al the close of the flint day of school
It wus found that this year's enroll
ment ol 1,013 , including all the six
public school buildings of the city , bud
tullen oil by twenty two , as computed
with the cniollmcnt of 1,03. last year ,
but shows an HUM case of 11 over the
einollmont of two jems ago , which
leached ] ,070 but foil down when G8
transfers weic made /
Although Siipeiintondent Hunter
does not believe- Ibis year's enrollment
will show the incienso over last year
thut lust ycnr did over Iho pteccdlng
ono , many students aio yet to be en
The normal training class this your
Is the lurgest yet , having twenty-five
students as compared with twenty-one
Inst yonr nnd sixteen two years ngo.
It is boliPVX'd this cluss will grow
luiger every your. A number of stu
dents from South Dukotu , Minnesota
und othei H tiom towns surioundlng
Norfolk have been em oiled In this
Outside ot the high school the Grant
school still holds its record us enroll
ing the largest number of studenls. It
hns lust yent's cniollmcnt beaten by
one , making u total of 270. The school
Is filled to its utmost capacity. The
high school building also is well filled
The enrollments foi the last three
school terms nro ns follows *
Buildings. 1908. 1909. 1910.
High School 311 2G7 277
Grant 303 2G9 270
West Lincoln 172 171 159
Enst Lincoln 129 205 152
Washington 135 105 137
Jefferson 20 18 18
The emollment nt tht _ hrlst Luth
eran Get man school was eighty-three ,
with prospects of reaching over 100
before Christmas. The exact number
of emollmcnts at the St. Paul's church
school was not known , but it Is be
lieved it will reach over seventy.
Engine Fell Through Bridge.
William Krause is scalded about the
limbs and August Ruhlovv narrowly
escaped being crushed to death Tues
day afternoon when Mr. Ruhlovv's
threshing engine btoke through the
bridge spanning the Spring Branch
creek at Hoskins.
Mr. Ruhlovv nnd William Krause
were riding in the engine when they
neared the bridge. The remainder of
the threshing crow wcto seated on the
separator which was attached to the
engine. When about in the middle of
the bridge the stiucluro gave wny , the
engine fulling sixteen feet below with
Its two passengers. Mr. Ruhlovv
jumped out of dnngei , returning Im
mediately to pull Krnuso from under
nn obstruction. Members of the crew
say Mr. Ruhlow's escape was n mi
racle , his jump saving his life.
The separator , which was lorn from
Iho engine when the bridge broke ,
stood tailoring on Iho edge of the pit.
Trlpp County Phones.
Rosoland Rev lew . E. B. Funstnn of
Rncine , Wls. , J. G. Funslnn of Geddes ,
and N. McCormlck of Plallo , were In
the city Wednesday and guvo out the
information thut Hnmill would hnvo
telephone connection wilh Iho outside
world befoio snow files. The nbovo
gentlemen repiesent the coiporntlon
known ns the Missouri River Telephone -
phone company , nnd they inform us
Unit all arrangements nro perfected
for Iho extension of their line from
lonn to this point , thence south to Co-
lomo. Mr. McCoimlck Informed the
writer thnt woik on the line would bo
lushed , ns the company Is nnxlous to
hnvo this extension completed nnd In
running order before freezing weather.
Ho thought the line between here and
lonu would bo completed In Ihlrty or
A News want ad will get it for you.
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