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TillNOKKOUv : WKKKIiY N'KWS-.IOUKNAL , FRIDAY , MARCH 17 , 191L
Now York , March I L To raise a mil
lion dollars In twelve days may seem
to bo a feat bordering on the miracu
lous , but It It ) a commonplace to C. S.
Ward , the "short campaign" organizer
of the Young MOII'H Christian associa
tion , Mr. Wiird'n profession takes him
to cltloB throughout the country , where
bin mission Is to persuade folk who
have money to donate ti goodly part of
It to the Y. M. C. A. And he always
succeed ! ! not itlwnyH at the rate of n
million In a dozen dayu , It Is true , but
always to the greatest capacity of the
field In which ho works. He has had
no less than $12,000,000 given him for
carrying on the Y , M. C. A. work dur
ing the last five years. Just now New
York Y. M. C. A. leaders are consider
ing a plan for engaging his services In
u campaign that will break all records.
It was In Philadelphia that the
whirlwind campaign to raise a million
was carried to successful completion
under the direction of Mr. Ward.
When ho announced that ho had set
twelve dny as the time limit for nils-
ing a million In the Quaker city , his
associates were fearful that ho had at
last "bit oil moro than he could masti
cate. " Philadelphia is notoriously
alow , but on this occasion the charge
of slowness was proved to bo a libel.
At the wlndup of the campaign it was
found that $25,063.72 over the round
million hud boon collected.
Henrietta Croaman Coming to Norfolk.
The biggest laugh of the year will
he when Henrietta Crosman comes to
the Norfolk Auditorium in Percy Mac-
Kayo's satirical burlesque , "Anti-Mat
rimony. " In this play Miss Crosman
plays the part of a minister's wife who
has a distinct HOIIRO of the humorous.
Her Bister and brother-in-law decide
that they are believers In the creed of
no wedding ceremony , although they
have already been married. These
young pcoplo think that marriage Is
the cause of all unhappiness. The
minister's wife realizes that they have
lost all sense of the ridiculous , and
oho resolves that the way to restore
them to their senses is lo restore their
ticnso of the ridiculous. To do this
she pretends to be converted to their
cause and the consequence is that the
audience is kept in a constant roar of
Blast Ice at Niobrara.
Nlobrafft , Neb. , March 11. Special
to The News : Workmen ha\e been
blasting witli dynamite to loosen the
ice which had piled up in the Nlo-
biara river above the government
brldgo across the river at this point.
Rip rapping along the banks close to
the bridge was , done last week but
this was not autticicnt protection
There is trouble hero every sprln :
when the ice is breaking up , and .1
portion of the bridge on the west end
has been taken out several times.
The Missouri river has been troublesome -
some also and there was no crossing
on Tuesday , Wednesday and Thurs
day nights. A row boat has been
the means of transportation since the
leebridgo became unsafe.
Drug Company Receivership.
Winner Journal : One of the stock
holders of the Colomc Drug company ,
who was dissatisfied with the way the
businehH was being conducted , made
application to Judge Trlpp to have a
receiver appointed to take charge of
the stock and settle up the affairs of
To Send These Officers ?
Stanton , Neb. , March 11. Special
to The News : Colonel G. A. Eberly
and Quartermaster Captain Kelso ,
first Infantry , N. N. G. , received tele
graphic communication Inquiring as to
how soon they could start for the
"army maneuvers" at Tevas. Whetlv
cr orders to go will follow is not
known nt this time.
STANTON COUNTY COURT WORK
Judge Graves on the Bench Big Grist
of Cases Turned Out.
Stanton. Neb. , March 11. Special tt
The News : District court convened
hero Monday at noon with Judge Guy
T. Gravca on the bench and J. B. Ros
slter , reporter. Thu following has
been the disposition of causes to date :
John Deere Plow company . Johi
Hancock ; motion for a ut > w trial over
ruled and judgment rendered for plain
Albert T. Keuney and Wit'o vs. Jo
seph F. Krajlcek ; tried and frubmittec
to the court on briefs.
.Tames E. Brown vs. Augu.st Moeller ;
examining commission modified ant
In the matter of the estate of Fred
i rick Sass > e motion for new trial orde
and decree for petitioner as prayed.
Emma Krueger vd. Joseph Boher
jury cmpanneled and sworn and causi
then dismissed by plaintiff withou
Arthur J. Pence vs. Edward W
Krueger , et al. , trustees of the vlllagi
of Pllgor , Neb. , continued.
Michael J. Hughes vs. William Per
son , continued ,
Gustav Fechner , et al. , vs. Martli
sdmoyer , et al. ; decree quieting till
in plaintiffs as prayed.
Anna Dluklage vs. John Dlnklage
plaintiff given decree of divorce am
John S. Johnson vs. William J !
Ix > yd , et al. ; decree for plaintiff qulel
Charles H. Chace vs. the unknowi
heirs of Austin Thnyer ; decree fo
plaintiff quieting title.
William Schock vs. Richard Fahrer
holz ; objections to jurisdiction sui
talned and alias conditional order c
revlvor ordered to beIssued. .
Regnald Mack vs. Arthur Mack , coi
The divorce case of Ethel May Schi
berl vs. William W. Schubert and Aug
ust Schubert Is now being tried
Shot Babe With Air Gun.
Madison Post : The 4-months-old
BOH of Mr. and Mrs. Ned Voss was
shot by his 8-year-old brother , Law
rence , with a BII alrgun Monday even
ing. The little fellows were playing
and the older brother pointed the gun
nt the baby thinking , of course , the
gun wasn't loaded. But It was , and a
bullet struck the baby in the forehead ,
going through the Bktn and lodging
against the skull. For a time It was
thought the little one had been killed ,
but when a doctor was called ho had
no difficulty In removing the bullet
and putting the child nt ease.
Mr. Eby has purchased the Thomas
Walker residence and will take pos
A young BOH arrived at the home of
Tommy Campbell Tuesday.
Mrs. Will Shultz and two little ones
are visiting at the Malzacher home
J. J. Stllson Is In Wymore this week
closing out a stock of hardware and
Dr. Gibbon arrived In town Tuesday
evening and will accompany his sister
.Mrs. Charles Goodoll to Colorado
Springs , where it is hoped by her
many friends that her health may bo
Mesdames Lovella and Cora Brook
nro in Spencer , la. , called there by
the death of an uncle.
The restaurant owned by Mr.
Rhodes changed hands this week and
is now under the management of Mr.
Thornton who Intends to remotie1 it
and run n first class lunch room.
J. M. Gallopy Is taking a week's va
cation and his place In the store Is
competently filled by his wife.
Hotels are. filled with new people
coming into the country to live and
several carloads of household goods ,
machinery , etc. , nro unloaded hero
Mr. and Mrs. David Wlxon are home
from California where they have spent
TO PLAY BALL AT WISNER.
Norfolk's First Game of the Season
Will be Held There.
Manager Clarence Rasley has an
nounced that the first game of ball
the Norfolk team will enjoy will be
ono with Wisnor where it is reported
the ball fans are lining up a good
While Manager Rasloy'a line-up is
j not yet announced , several quiet meet
ings of last year's team have been
held and the players have already
been seen overhauling their last year's
uniforms and several balls and gloves
have already been purchased.
Wrestling Match at Butte.
Butte , Neb. , March 11. Special to
The News : A wrestling match here
between C. E. Lewis of Winner and
F. P. Magstadt of Butte was called a
draw after each man taking a fall.
Lewis' superior condition figured
greatly in the endurance though Mag
stadt held the weight advantage.
They wore very evenly matched and
another go between them is prob
Two good preliminaries were pulled
off before the match , being a wrestle
between Coleman of Butte and Lewis'
assistant , the former gaining two
falls over his opponent in very short
time , and a three-round bout with the
gloves between Hampton and Tingle ,
two local men. They were very even
ly matched and the decision was a
draw. Hampton Is an Englishman and
received his training in the English
Battle Creek News.
Battle Creek. Neb. , March 11.
Special to The News : Frank Lldmlla ,
an old settler of Cumlng county , who
lives here now about one year , north
of town on a ranch (1,700 ( acres ) , has
joined the Norfolk News club.
Fred Schilling was here Thursday
ou business from Waruerville.
AupuBt Volk. sr. , was here Thurs
day from Madison , consulting The
News correspondent and visiting rela
tives and friends.
B. L. James was here from Tilden
I Thursday visiting his parents and
Gottlieb Schilling , jr. , was here
[ Thursday from Meadow Grove.
I William Walter waa here the latter
part of this week from Tilden visiting
Ills mother and family.
Mrs. Mlko Warnko of Battle Creek
and Mrs. Henry Hllgen of Pierce went
to Schuyler Friday for a visit at the
liomo of Bernard Longhoop , relatives
Arthur Riser was here Thursda >
from Norfolk , visiting friends.
Robert Preuss , who rented his farn
northwest of town to his brother , Ottc
Preuss , was here the middle of the
week from Madison , where he is In
terested in n meat market.
Alleged Dakota Dynamiters Held.
Lead , S. D. , March 11. After a sen
sational hearing Justice Moore hole
Ernest O'Grady and Jack Butler foi
trial and fixed their bond at $2,500
The men are charged with an attemp
last April to blow up a Homostaki
cyanide mill. O'Grady was recontl ;
brought back from Chicago and But
Ier , who is a musician In the Fourtl
Cavalry , was arrested as the troop :
started for San Antonio.
Heard a "Spirit" Voice.
Flndlay. O. , March 11. John W
Hurley , chief of a religious cult form
ed hero two years ago , declared tha
the thirty members of the organlza
tlon will start on a pilgrimage to i
place two miles from LOB Angeles
Calif. , marching to bathe In the sacroi
stream which hau been revealed t
them , he said , through a spirit voice
His declaration was confirmed whei
Lake Erie and Western railroad ol
flcials admitted that the cult has clmi
tered a private car for the trip.
Woman's Part In Town Building.
\Vlillo it good business is essential
to making a town a pleasant place to
live , yet bimlnoBS IB not nit that is
required Whllo a man is contented
If his business is prosperous , how
bout the women of his household ?
'hoy ' require more than broad , butter
nd a decent frock to bo happy and
Contented they must bo Interested in
heir neighbors , their town and their
urroundlngs. To bo attractive to
trangors , a town must extend the
lad hand not only to the man In a
uslnesa way , but to his mother , wife
nd daughter. When a fnmlly moves
nto town , it should bo ono of the
rst pleasures of the neighbor wo-
ion or duty , If not a pleasure to
nil upon the pcoplo who have just
noved In and make them fcol that
Norfolk is glad that they decided to
ocato hero , and that hereafter they
111 bo counted ono of us. Don't
.vnlt . to sec what church they , belong
o , what their club affiliations are or
vhat lodge they may hold member-
hip In , but go at once to see them.
rVutnon probably do not realize what
t means to a stranger to sit alone in
or house for days after she has mov-
d to n now town , without a friendly
ace darkening her door , while her
noughts still dwell upon the old
onio and old surroundings. Is it any
wonder she does not llko the new
own and is homesick to go back
where Hho knows people and whore
.hey know her and call her by her
rst name ? Ono of the most essential
eatures of making a town look geode
o u man is to have peace and content
n his home , and it is a duty that the
women of a town owe their husbands
s well as themselves M help bring
his about , welcoming newcomers in
manner that shows that wo are real-
y glad they have come to live with
s. While the men are trying to build
greater Norfolk , let the women do
heir share , and in no bettor way can
hey do this than to help make new-
omers feel that Norfolk is the best
ilaco on earth to live.
Pleasures of the Week.
On the McCormlck farm , one mlle
north of the city , several friends , rel-
tlves and children of Mr. and Mrs. G.
' . McCormlck gathered Monday to col-
brato the seventy-sixth birthday an
niversary of Mr. McCormlck and at
he same time his arrival in this vl-
inlty twenty-five years ago. G. F.
McCormlck was born in Lycoming
: ounty , Pa. , on Mardh G , 1835 , and left
here for Indiana when 9 years old.
n November , 1868 , he waa united in
> vedlock in Indiana to Miss Almira M.
. .ogan , and in 1873 he came to Ne
braska , settling for a time in Cass
ounty. In 1879 ho settled on a farm
11 Knox county. In 1886 he came to
Norfolk and has been working at the
larpenter's trade for many years. On
October 18 last , Mr. McCormlck fell
rom a scaffold , injuring his wrist so
badly that he has teen unable to deny
* ny work since.
Mrs. D. S. Bullock. Mrs. A. H. Kio-
au , Mrs. Herman Kiesau , Mrs. A. S.
Jillette , Mrs. O. L. Hyde. Mrs. M. B.
rvln , Mrs. F. E. Melchor , Mrs. Har-
nony and Mrs. A. C. Smith enjoyed a
oclal afternoon in the homo of Miss
Mason on Tuesday. The guests wore
busy with their needle work and visit-
ng until 5 o'clock , when the hostess
served a delicious supper.
A party of young people drove out
o the homo of Rhiuehart Barneke ,
southeast of town , Saturday avenlns
mrt helped him celebrate his birthday.
The guests , who were unexpected ,
ook rcfreshmenta with them and the
> vening was thoroughly enjoyed.
Mrs. John U. Hays entertained a
company of eight young ladies at a I
o'clock luncheon on Saturday in honor
of Miss Dorothy Salter and her guest ,
Miss Helen Babbitt. A game of five
hundred followed the lunch.
Mary Jones , Elizabeth Huso and
.Vllllam Reynolds spent the afternoon
with Catherine Colegrovo on Thurs
day , and had a jolly time celebrating
ho fourth birthday of the Httlo hos
The Ladles' Aid society of the Meth
odist church met with Mrs. M. A.
France on Thursday a/ternoon.
The Ladies' guild of Trinity church
met in the home of Mrs. Fred Get-
linger on Thursday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Gow celebrated their
twenty-fifth wedding anniversary on
Thursday of last week by giving a din
ner to a small company of old time
friends and neighbors.
Mrs. E. A. Bullock entertained the
Economic department of the Wo
man's club last Monday afternoon.
Mrs. C. N. Sturdovant entertained a
small company of ladles at five huiv
dred on Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Gow will enter
tain a company of sixteen at 7 o'clock
dinner this evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Sol G. Mayer and
children will return to Norfolk the
first of next week after a delightful
visit of several weeks in New York
Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Ralnbolt are now
at Melbourne , Fla. , where they wll
spend a month and enjoy the fishing
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Braden are expected
pected homo tomorrow night from c
three weeks' stay in California.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Brake and BO :
will , spent Sunday with Mr , and Mrs.
Jeorgo N. Hcola.
THEY HAD A WILD NIGHT.
Woman Claiming to be from Dallas
Taken Into Police Court.
Declaring that nho had lost the
vorld bci'ause nhe could not set two
unro drinks , a woman claiming to be
from Dallas was arrested last night by
Night Patrolman William O'Brien.
When arrested the woman was in com
> any with two men claiming Trlpp
county as their home. Ono of the mon
van a brother to the man who once
Igured In u shooting affair in one of
he resorts In the cast part of this
Ity , according to the authorities. One
of the trio Is a proprietor of a pool
lall in a South Dakota town.
The wild night of the three com-
noncc'd in ono of the resorts , from
vhich they were evicted. They made
heir way to the city and put up at a
ocal lodging house , whore they ere-
itcd such n disturbance that the police
vore called. The woman was arrest
ed and when brought to the station
she presented a very had sight. Her
ialr was disheveled and her hat hung
on ono ear.
"You must have had quite a bit to
Irlnk , " said ono olllcer to her as ho
gave her a glass of water for which
"Yes , I did , " she replied. "I getaway
away with the best part of u case of
beer , besides the 'booze' I drank.
The woman was not brought up for
rial before Judge Elncley until nearly
loon. " 1 am too sick to my stomach
low , " was her explanation. When
she did appear before the judge she
gave her name as Blanch Walsh and
leclnred she had only money enough
o go to Sioux City and that she would
go there If given her freedom. Chief
of Police Marquardt saw her safely
ibnnrd the train at noon.
Plague and Smallpox.
Amoy , China , March 11. There
lave boon eight deaths from the bu
bonic plague and eight from smallpox
reported in this city within the last
Utah Against Income Tax.
Salt Lake City , March 11. A resolu-
ion ratifying the income tax amend-
ncnt to the federal constitution was
lefeated in the Utah legislature. A
nemorlal to congress in opposition to
Canadian reciprocity also was defeat
Governor Hock at Stanton.
Stanton , Neb. , March 11. Special
o The News : Ex-Governor Hoch of
Cunsas delivered his very interesting
ecturo before the Lecture association
of this place. It was very well re-
THE BLUE BIRDS HERE , TOO.
"hey Arrive In Force With the Robins.
Bird Books at Library.
Another sign of spring. The blue
) irds and the robins arrived in Nor-
oik Saturday morning in full force.
V little army of them was noted by
G. B. Salter , the local bird expert ,
hortly after daybreak.
So enthusiastic is Mr. Salter over
jirds that ho has volunteered a ser-
ice to the people of Norfolk that
ought to help materially in attracting
he little creatures to happy homes.
le has placed on the tables of the
mblic library a great quantity of or
nithological books and magazines that
contain instructions as to how to at-
ract the birds to porches and lawns ,
and these will bo left there a month
n order that persons Interested may
get all the information on this sub-
ect that they desire. This la the sea-
should bo made attractive to all but
son of year when the bird houses
New Record Airship Flights.
Bethany , Franco , March 11. M.
3ulBon in ft monoplane made record
flights with four passengers , 26 kilo
meters in * ! ? minutes 28 seconds , and
with thrco passengers of 60 kilome
ters In 31 minutes , 26 seconds , an
average .speed of 95 klloemters an
Thrown from Horae ,
Ainsworth Democrat : Dale McCath-
eran , a young man 17 years of age re-
Biding seventeen miles southwest of
Ainsworth , was on Wednesday of this
week thrown rrom a bucking horse ,
landing on his head with such force as
to cause concussion of the brain.
The accident occurred during the
morning and at 6 o'clock the same
evening he wan Htill In a comatose
Dr. Rcmy waa summoned and found
that while there were no fractures ,
there were a number of contusions ,
.lust how badly the Injury sustained
will probably not bo determined for
MUST REGULATE RAILROADS.
Judge Prouty Says Interstate Commis
sion Must Have the Power.
Baltimore , March 11. "I am not
advocating government ownership and
I should advlso and vote against it ,
but if the people of the United States
over .seriously consider the question ,
I believe It will he adopted , " said
Judge Charles A. Prouty of the interstate
torstato commerce commission at the
banquet here of the chamber of com
He then added : "The consequences
of failure under government owner
ship would bo so disastrous , however
that I hesitate to advocate such i
step , and I believe I feel llko moHl
of the American people , that it is wist
to let well enough alone. "
Touching upon the right of the com
mission to regulate railroad rates ,
Judge Prouty said as long as humar
nature Is what it is there must bt
some tribunal which shall arbitral
between the railroads and the shipper
It would bo moat unfortunate , hi
thought , If a decision , could bo ren
dered that congress had no power tc
control the railroad rates. I grant
the right of any ono to criticize the
decisions of the commission but you
should not break down the activities
of the tribunal , which every good citi
zen .should uphold. "
May Invoke Erdman Act.
Cincinnati , O. , March 11. Mediation
as provided for In the Erdman law
nay bring about a Battlement of the
strike of white firemen of the Cincln.
latl , New Orleans and Texas Pacific
railway. Martin A. Knapp , presiding
udgo of the commerce court and one
of the arbitrators under the Erdman
act , has wired both the railroad of-
Iclals and olIlccrB of the union for par-
Iculars as to the question In dispute.
Won the Rifle Shoot.
Minneapolis , March 11. St. Paul
von the Indoor rltlo team champion
ship of the west by defeating Butte
iy a score of 087 to 085 In the final
week of the National Hllle association
nterclub matches which ended today.
The winners will shoot against the
earn of the Winchester Hille club of
Now Haven , which is the winner in a
similar series of matches between
ourteeu eastern clubs , for the na-
lonal championship during thu week
ending .March 25. Each team will
shoot on its homo range and report
results to Lieutenant Jones , secretary
of the N. H. A. , Washington , D. C.
Dickinson , X. D. , finished third.
Beats Mike Sullivan.
Milwaukee. March 11. Bob Moha
> f Milwaukee was given the popular
verdict over Mike ( Twin ) Sullivan of
Sostoii at the end of a ten-round bout
lore. Moha had the bettor or nearly
every round of the contest. Sullivan
van not in condition and aside from
i few clean drives which ho delivered
o the Milwaukee boy It was all Moha.
Moha carried the battle to the Bos-
Danny Goodman of Chicago had a
shade the host of Kid Groves of Mil-
vaukco in the semi-windup.
The Chicken Fever.
O'Neill Independent : The "Hen-it-
s" is still raging in the city and if
some remedy Is not soon discovered it
may ruin the chicken induBtry in the
country. The incubators are running
n the cellar ( some have two going ) ,
n the kitchen , and sitting rooms , and
he young chicks are everywhere. All
these chicks have blood in them of the
rarest strains and are worth from $1
o $25 each , according to the dilation
of the eyes brought on by the disease.
t is a horrible condition for mankind ,
et the most of them may recover if
10 further and worse complications set
n before warm weather.
HORSE STEALING CHARGED.
A Buggy Was Stolen in Vicinity of Ne-
Ugh the Same Night.
Nuigh , Neb. , March 11. Special to
The News : No new developments
lave gained light as to the person
who stole the team of horses from the
barn of Percy Jones Wednesday night ,
lor has there been the slightest trace
inearthed as to the whereabouts of
The only now feature In the case is
hat a single buggy belonging to James
s'ash , who lives In the west part of
own , was stolen either Wednesday
night or early Thursday morning. It
s surmised that this team may have
been hitched to the buggy and driven
west , out of town.
It has boon discovered that a per
son was seen driving a team without
wagon or buggy after the midnight
iour Wednesday about two miles east
of Nellgh , and going toward town.
Papers wore served on Charles Bur-
dick , the prisoner , last evening , charg-
ng him with horse stealing. This was
done to enable the officers to hold
liin in jail for at least three days
onger. He was questioned at length
several times yesterday , and his etc-
rlea have in each instance been as
conflicting as were the answers given
Officer Jackson , and despite his en
tanglements ho maintains hla Inno
cence of any crime whatever.
The officers hope to have now devel
opments Within the next twenty-four
Born , to Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Rlor-
dan , u son.
Miss Bessie Hamilton la quite nick
The aon of M. U. Homer , who baa
been very ill with pneumonia , is re
ported out of danger.
Born , to Mr. and Mrs. Emll Klip-
hahn , a daughter.
E. P. OlniBted has bought a forty
horsepower Bulck automobile.
Mrs. W. C. Roland Is confined to her
bed with an attack of the grip.
Born , to Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Beat ,
twins , one son and one daughter.
F. J. Powell and his sister , Miss
Flossie Powell , went to Nellgh at noon
to attend the McLeod funeral.
The daughter of August Fuhrman ,
who has been very low with pneumo
nia , is reported by her physician as
slowly Improving. *
E. N , Vail , who has been confined tc
hla bed with an attack of lung fevei
for thu past two weeks , is again able
to be at his place of business.
Frank Melcher , Norton Howe and
R. E. Williams returned from Enola ,
where they enjoyed a successful duck
hunting at their now camp. Nine
ducks were brought from the camp.
Because of the lack of room in hit
former office Justice George C. Lam
bert has made a deal with the Uaascfc
Bros , whereby he takes the Raascli
office and the Raasch Bros , move intc
the Lambert room In the Blahop block
The little daughter of Mrs. Sheldon
a widow living on South Fourth street
Is suffering from an attack of scarlel
fever. The case Is a serious ono , says
the physician , and needs the attention
of tbo Associated Board of Charities
Horses attached to the Craven laun
dry wagon ran away from their drlvoi
at noon at the Crelghton depot. The
incoming train probably frightenet
the nnlmalB. , They made a record run
down Norfolk avenue The wagon
was badly damaged.
Norton Howe and Peter Stafford. Jr. .
have decided to open up a dancing
school In Marquardt hall comhiimoliiK
P. Doiilsthorpo. a Northwestern dis
patcher , has moved from the Junction
to the Durland IIOUHO on South Eighth
street. Thomas Finley , who formerly
occupied this house , tins moved to
Because he walked 1ft his sleep and
drank the- contents of a partly filled
glass of brandy kept In the house for
medicinal purposes , a Norfolk man de
clares he should not pay a line to
bin friends , with whom ho niado an
agreement not to drink liquor of any
kind during Lout.
At thu homo of the groom B brother ,
Albert Dracgcr , four miles southeast
of the city at 2 o'clock Thursday nf-
: ernoon , occurred the wedding of Otto
Draeger and Mian Martha Erpo , Rev.
Otto Bergfeldcr of the St. Johannes
church officiating. The wedding was
celcbratod at the farm homo with a
regular old fashioned Gorman dinner ,
to which many friends and neighbors
Miss Erpe has been living with the
rheodoro Schlecht family near HOB-
iiiw , her pnrenta having moved to
Canada nome time ago. Otto Draoger
recently returned from Trenton ,
Wyom. , near which place he owned a
Homestead which ho sold. Mr. and
Mrs. Draeger will bo at homo next
Monday at the Paul Luebcko residence
on East Madison avenue , which they
Battle Creek News.
Battle Creek , Neb. , March 10. Spe
cial to The News : Claus Nouwerk ,
formerly of Battle Creek but now at
Dxnard , Calif. , informs his relatives
lere that he is comfortably and per-
nanently situated at that place now.
He went into partnership recently
with a nice California lady , whom ho
calls his better half. Ho says that in
case ho quits living at the Pacific
coast he has still two nice lots north
of the Junction at Norfolk to build on.
Ernest 7ohner returned Sunday
'rom Grand Island , where ho had been
visiting his brother , Charles Zohner ,
who has been ill there in a hospital.
Deputy Sheriff J. M. Smith of Mad-
son WHB here Monday on personal
W. Koryta has been on the sick list
for about one week.
The Mather brothers were here on
msiness Saturday from Norfolk.
.MrB. E. F. Hans , who haB been sick-
y for some time , was taken to a hos-
iltal at Lincoln Sunday for treatment.
Charles Zimmerman , a son of Hon.
I * . F. Zimmerman , took charge as mall
carrier of route No. 1 here Tuesday.
Rev. R. J. Callow has retire' ' from
.he ministry and will move i o n
farm near Plalnvlew.
Otto Born was hero Tuesday on buai-
icsa from Norfolk.
Mrs. S. E. Borden came down from
Owing Tuesday for a week's visit with
ier sister , Mrs. Charles Hanson.
"Grandpa" Dlnkol , who is getting
iretty old and feeble , is here from
3rovo for an extended visit with rela-
Fred Williams , an old settler of Bat
tle Creek , now of Alcester , S. D. , ar
rived here Wednesday for an extend
ed visit with relatives and friends.
JCSBO Hoover is back to Battle Greek
again and is compounding medicine
it the Morris drug store.
John Dovorak went with two car-
oads of goods Thursday to Atkinson.
: Io has bought a half section farm
near that place.
Charles A. Martin has lot the con
tact for his new dwelling on North
Second street to Carpenter John Roc-
Todd Hoover went to Osmond Thurs
day , where he will be engaged In the
Nellgh to Play Baseball.
Nellgh , Neb. , March 11. Special to
The Nowa : Dr. Frank Bartley , man
ager of the 1910 baseball team , has
called a meeting for Tuesday evening
of next week in the office of George
Godkln , where the team will bo re
organized for the season. The Colts
were the strongest married men's
: eam in this section of the state.
Bert Bowkor of Oregon arrived In
Nellgh Tuesday evening and is visit
ing for a few days with his parents ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bowker. It has
been nearly ten years since Bert left
Will Harris of Wheeler county ,
brother of Carl of this city , Is hero
now and will join the United States
surveying party that make Nellgh
MADISON WINS DEBATE.
Nellgh Team Loses on Points In Con
test at Madison.
Madison , Neb. , March 11. Special
to The News : The Madison high
school debating team won a decision
over Nellgh last night. The question
was : "Resolved-That the policy of
Maintaining the United States navy
at Us present strength Is preferable
to substantially Increasing It. " The
Nollgh debaters were : Bernlco Joyce ,
Carlisle Jones , Earl Farbor. The Mad
ison team was : Ernest Mochnert
Earl Meyer and Melvln Garrett. For
mer United States Senator Allen pro
sided. Judges were : Superintendent
Price of Tllden. Superintendent Welch
Order of Hearing of Final Account.
In the matter of the estate of Sam
uel F. Heltzman , deceased.
In the county court of Madison coun
ty , Nebraska.
Now on the 7th day of March , 1911
came Belinda Heitzman. the adminis
tratrix of nald ofitatc , and praya for
leave to render an account as such ad
It is therefore ordered that the 3rc
day of April , 1911 , at 1 o'clock p. in. ai
my office in Madlaon. Nebraska , bi
fixed as the time and place for exam I
ining and allowing such account. And
the heirs of Bald ducouHfd , and all por-
HOIIS Interested In Maid entitle , are re
quired to appear at the time and place
no designated , and Bhow cause , If iiuoh
exist B , why paid account Hhould uot
It Is further ordered that mild He-
Hilda llolt.man , administratrix , give
notice to all persons Interested In nald
estate by canning a copy of this order
to bo published In the Norfolk Weekly
NowH-Journnl , a uewMjinpcr printed
mil In general circulation In mUd coun
ty for three weeks prior to the day
net for Bald hearing.
In testimony whereof 1 lutvo here
unto sot my hand and affixed my of
ficial HCU' this 7th day of March , A. .
Mill. Wm. Bates ,
( Seal ) ( 'ounty Judge.
Notice to Creditors.
The state of Nebraska , Madlfton
county , BH.
In the matter of the estate of Ethel
Long , deceased. Notice IB hereby giv
en to all pontons having claims and
demands against Ethel Long , late of
said Madison county , deceased , that
the time fixed for filing claims against
said estate iu six montliH from tho7th
day of March , UM1. All such permmB
ire. required to present tholr claims
with the vouchers to the county Judge
of said county at his olllco in the city
of Madlsun , In said MndlrBai county ,
on or before the 8th day of September ,
Mill , and that all Halms so filed will
jo heard before Bald judge on the 8th
day of September , IU11 , at 1 o'clock p.
tn. Thomas Long is the administrator
of the estate.
It IB further ordered that notice to
all per.Hoim Interested In said estate bo
given by publishing a copy of this or-
Ier in the Norfolk Weekly NowaJour-
nal , a weekly newspaper printed , pub-
lulled and circulating In said county ,
'or four consecutive weeks prior to
said day of hearing.
Witness my hand and seal this 28th
day of February , A. D. 1911.
Wm. Baton , '
( Seal ) County Judge.
Notice to Creditors.
The state of Nebraska , Madiaon \
county , HS.
In the matter of the estate of Sarah
1C. Long , deceased. Notice is hereby
given to all persons having claims and
Icmands against Sarah 1C. Long , la to
of Madison county , deceased , that the
time fixed for filing clalmH against
said estate is six montliH from the
7th day of March , 1911. All auch per
sons are required to present tholr
claims with the vouchers to the coun-
y judge of said county at his olfico
n the city of Madison , in said Madi
son county , on or before the 8th day of
September , 1911 , and that all claims
HO filed will be heard before said Judge
jn the 8th day of September , 1911 , at
1 o'clock p. m. , Thomas Long IB tlia
idministrator of the estate.
It Is further ordered that notice to
ill persons interested In said estate
> e given by publishing a ropy of thirt
order In the Norfolk Weekly News-
Journal , a weekly newspaper printed ,
mblishod and circulating in said coun-
y , for four consecutive weeks prior to
said day of hearing.
Witness my hand and seal this 28th
day of February , A. D. 1911.
Wm. Bales ,
( Seal ) County Judge.
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