The Norfolk weekly news. (Norfolk, Neb.) 1888-1900, March 23, 1899, Page 5, Image 5

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Will Happen
If tlicy didnt the crockery and
dealers would go cut
of business and wo wouldnt
keep cement The next time
one of these
accidents occurs to you come
and tell us your trouble
We have Cements
for all Purposes
China Cement IT and 2i els
For your broken dishes and
Leather Cement 10 15 and
20 cts For repairing hoots
shoes and leather goods
Rubber Cotncut 15 cts For
rubber boots shoes waterproofs
umbrellas etc
Liquid Glue 10 and 15 cts
For furniture and all wooden
We save you 50 per cent on jour
A 0 U W
Moots in Odd Follows Hnll on tlio Ilrpt nnd
third Fridnys of each month VisitinR broth
ers cordially lnvitod to attend nil our mootiiiRS
V R Hoffman Financier j J M Covert Ho
eordor C Q Dolan MnBter Workman
First OpBning
We will have our First
Opening of
For this
Season on
Friday and Saturday
MARCH 24 25
When we will show many
new and practical Ideas as
well as the extremes of ex
tremes in copies of the latest
Parisian creations
The Weather
Conditions of the weather as recorded
for the 2 1 hoars ending tit 8 a m to
Maximum temperature 12
Minimum temperature 2
Average 7
Snowfall inches 00
Total snowfall inches 1
Precipitation 02
Total precipitation for month 40
Forecast for Nebraska Generally
fair tonight and Friday Warmer to
night Warmer extreme east portion
A few days of sunshine would greatly
benefit the roads
The city election and the site of the
new postofflce are town topics of inter
A party of friends enjoyed whist last
evening at the home of George Daven
The dance at Mast hall this evening
promises to be a very pleasant social
Protection lodge No 101 D of H
will hold its regular session tomorrow
evening at 8 oclock
There will be a meeting of the Busi
ness Mens association at the city hall
Friday evening at 8 oclock
A contemporary suggests that unless
the weather is less frigid Easter hats
should be trimmed with for
The district court at Madison is likely
to be held for some weeks longer before
the business is all completed
The executive committee of the Y P
S O E will meet this evening at the
homo of the president Miss Jessie
Tomorrow a olass of eleven will be ex
amined at St Pauls Lutheran church
for confirmation Sunday Thirty fivo
are to be confirmed at Christs Lutheran
In the general appropriation hill as
passed by the house ut Lincoln the Nor
folk asylum is allowed an increase of
if 2 000 iu the board and clothing depart
ment aud Bmall increases in several
other funds
Poetofficejlcspector A O Swift of Ne 1
braska City well known in Norfolk
left for Washington last ovonlng in ro
Fpousotoa telegram assigning him to
special work iu Cuba Ho will bo ab
ent for stivrral months
Tho jury eases boforo tho district court
at Madison wero finished last night
Tho easo of Nightingalo versus Ken
drick resulted in a verdict for tho plain
titV Tho equity cases aro now boing
disposed ot by Tmlgo Allen as fast as
they aro reads
Signs of spring multiply The gceso
havo gono north ducks aro plenty rob
ins arc at tho door Easter haU are
blooming in tho niilllnury rooms pink
and blue shirt waists in tho dry jjoods
stores whilo clothiers aro putting on
their shelves light weight suits and
jaunty looking neckties in many colors
Tho sun has shown brightly this after
noon aud thern aro indications that
spring may appear at any moment
This has been truo sovcral times this
mouth and high hopes havo been raised
only to bo blasted by a sudden shifting
of tho wind into tho north and tho fall
ing of tho mercury from 10 to 20 degrees
inside of a fuw hours llowovur hope
springs eternal in tho human broast
and so spring is coining despite all dis
couragements A robin was heard with
its cheery notes of song this morning
and robins know a thing or two Tho
snow is rapidly disappearing and tho
sky has that mellow fnr away look that
betokens warmth and sunshine
Dispatches from Washington state
that tho supervising architect has sent
out advertisements inviting oilers of
sites for tho new public buildings at
Blair and Norfolk Thcso bids will bo
opened April loth This menus that tho
selection of tho sito for tho post
ofllco building the erection of which is
now assured within tho next fow years
will bo mado very soon It is a matter
of live inquiry as to what location will
bo decided upon by tho government
There uro several oxcollent corners which
will no doubt bo offered Tho conven
ience of tho publio is likely to figure in
the niattor as tho most important factor
Thoso who havo property to sell for this
purpose will now name their price and
put in their bids It will not bo long
before the place where Norfolk will do
its mail business in tho years to come
will be hilly known
The lateness of the season inakes it
certain that when spring does actually
conclude to remove to this latitude
farmers will havo a very busy timo
There is already an nctivo demand for
extra help Meantime these days of
waiting are being used in fixing up and
repairing everything usable in and
about tho farm It is a timo of getting
ready and every moment is crowded
with caring for and seeing to tho odds
and ends which need attention Farm
ing like everything olse that men do is
a business and the succesB attained de
pends upon timely care of tho number
less details there are to provide for
This month of March is by no means an
idle one There are the plows to be
sharpened tho harness overlooked
mended and oiled tho windmills and
tanks put iu thorough order before tho
windy days of later spring come the
fruit trees are to be selected and ordered
if more horses are needed they aro to be
provided tho fences if there aro any
are to be repaired the barns and farm
buildings cleaned and any ueeded im
provements made the machinery over
hauled and good seed selected and
cleaned All this and much more Is
it any wonder that farmers are busy
Phone 85 for plumbingNFMfgCo
Baruets millinery opening commences
Saturday at 224 Norfolk avenue Dont
miss it
Dressed catfish at Glissmanus
A five room house with barn for rent
on Ninth street Inquire of John Frey
Mr AdaniB shows over three hundred
superb pictures next week at the Bap
tist ohurch There is no better appara
tus mode than his
350 326011
The above greatly reduced rate has
been mado by tho Union Pacifio to Cali
fornia points Through tourist sleepers
quicker time than any other line
For tickets and full information call
on F W Juneman
Fresh flounders at Glissmanus
Remember the entertainment to bo
giveu by tho Womans Reliof Corps at
Eiseleys hall tomorrow evening Ad
mission 10 cents
Jliiby AVanlroliti Iutturns
Twenty seven patterns for different
articles iu long clotheB with full and
comploto directions for making same
showiug necessary materials bent post
paid for 25o in stamps Fif teou patterns
of short clothes 25o or both for 40c
Information to Mothers sent free
with each order Address
Downey Pattern Co
Butler Indiana
Box has potatoes for sale
Fifty thousand dollars eastern money
to loan on good farms
G I Skjlkh Co
Rooms to rent Inquire of J L
Farm tnacity loans
Tub Duhland Tbdr Co
Rny Estnbrook continues to improve
Emory Smith loft for Omaha yestor
Julius Grlep wont to lloskins this
V G Lyford Of Humphrey Is visiting
in tho city
G II Hecht of ilaiuviow was In
elty yestordny
A II Corbott of Madison spout
night In tho city
Howard McCormlck returned
Omaha last evouiug
C F Mitchell of Croighton was
tho city this morning
John K Hays and Geo A Latimer
wero at Madison today
Mrs Olive Lowo of Stanton was
visiting Norfolk friends yesterday
1 M llondurant is still seriously ill
Ho has been sick for two weeks past
II O Mason of Chadron spout last
night in tho city Ho left for Omaha
this morning
Airs O G Dolen loft this noon for
Waynowhero pIio will visit her brother
Dr 1 J Williams
A O Johnson of Madison and John
Hughes of Battle Crook spent last night
in tho city They went west today
Miss Gortrudo Patterson is expected
from Chicago this evening Sho has
accopted a position as head trimmer in
Miss Warolmms milliuory store
Will Ghestnutwood who has been
with tho beet sugar factory at this placo
for a number of years hat accepted a
position at Ames as agriculturist in tho
now factory boing built at that placo
Miss Ada Waroham arrived from Des
Moines last ovening Miss Wareham
was formorly in tho millinery business
at Mason City aud conies to Norfolk
highly recommended as an artist in her
Miss Ada Waroham will put iu a new
aud stock of millinery goods
in tho building now occupied by C E
Hartford as a barber shop Tho stock
will bo placed in position this week and
on Tuesday evening and Wednesday tho
grand opening will tako placo Every
lady who calls Tuesday evening will bo
presented with a handsome souvenir
Choice veal at Glissmanus
A black curloy Irish setter pup tvo
months old small whito spot on broast
Finder will leavo word at this or at tho
aesidonco of John Beck Norfolk Junc
Dray lino for sale
Inquire at News
Baruets millinery opening commences
Saturday at 224 Norfolk avenue Dont
miss it
Remember the stereoptican entertain
ments Monday Tuesday and Wednes
day nights of next week at tho Baptist
church Ben Hur will be given the first
night All illustrated by means of a
strictly first grade stereoptican
Tho Cuttle ltiniKH
Mark M Coad has just returned from
tho Wyoming stock ranges and reports
tho stock condition very gloomy Mr
Coad says tho country has not been
free from snow since last November
tho whole northwestern and southwest
range having been covered with a sheet
of snow and no thaw until March 5 so
the stock that has run on tho range
during the winter and not fed and
cared for aro very thin
l have wintered stock on the range
since CI and I consider this a harder
winter than tho winter of 69 80 when
stockmen experienced tho big die off
The die off may not be as heavy yet as
in former years but the stock have
been weakened from want of feed and
water and tho heaviest losses will prob
ably como in March and April when
the weather gets soft and warm
Hay has risen in price from 4 to
10 and 12 per ton and cant be
bought even at those figures while a
good many are shipping in hay to the
stock that are within convenient dis
tance from tho railroad lines
Animals who havo been starved on
a snowy range all winter got to a con
dition of poverty where hay will not
save them If there is any grass beef
this summer it will be very late except
what comes from tho hay fed cattle and
parties starting in now to feed for late
Bummer beef will in my opinion strike
a good markee
Tho losses this winter will thorough
ly prove tho necessity of providing feed
and shelter for stock during the win
ter Fremont Herald
Barnots millinery opening commences
Saturday at 224 Norfolk avenue Dont
miss it
Dressbd chickens at Glissmanus
3500 3500
Tho Uuion Pacifio has made tho great
ly reduced rato of 2500 to Portland aud
other Pugot Sound points al6o to Helena
nud Montana poiuts Salt Lake City aud
Utah points
For tiokets and full information coll
on F W Junemax
Sunny Florida
We aro in receipt of a lato conv of
Tho Bliss Magazine telling all about
Florida It is illustrated with nearly
200 fine half touo etchings Bhowintr the
old Spanish and American forts about
Penaacola bay the lighthouse and the
oldest American navy yard one of the
most beautiful harbors iu the world the
harbor and tho ships tun city and the
ou the fisheries forests farms and
many other things of Interest Any of
our readers who are interested in tho
Laud of Flowers its mild olluiato its
pleasant summer ami winter health re
sorts by the soa or us a place to build a
permanent home may obtain a copy of
this work free of cost by writing for it
to tho county commissioner at lontm
cola Flit
Ittixiittit liy Itctntpnt
Tho W II 0 by special request will
repent their entertainment with several
new features added at Eiseleys hall on
March 2 1th Wi teh papers for progtnlu
Mas J EGuimoi51iv
Active solicitors wanted everywhere
for Tho Story of tho Philippines by
Murat Halstead commissioned by tho
government as olllelal historian to tho
war depart nient Tho I took was written
In army camps at San Francisco on tho
Pacifio with General Men It t in the hos
pitals at Honolulu in Hong Kong in
tho American trenches at Mituilo in the
Insurgent camps with Aguinaldn on tho
deok of tho Olympia with Downy and
In the roar ol battle at tho fall of Manila
Bonana for agents Brimful of orig
inal pictures taken by government pho
tographers on tho spot Large book
Low prices Pig profits Freight paid
Credit given Drop all trashy unollleial
war books Outfit free Address H
L Barber Gen Mngr Hod Dearborn
street Chicago
Box can suit yon on colToo
Baruets millluorv ononinir commences
Saturday it 22 1 Norfolk avenue Dont
miss it
ItllOIIlH til Itlllt
Ihavo sovcral rooms suitablo for otllces
or families in Eiseleys RiohardsB and
Marquardts blocks Thcso aro thor
oughly rcuovatcd ami nowly papered
and will bo rented only to good parties
A 7 Duiilavd
Fresh spare ribs at Glissmanns
Kent Khiihii TriniMerH
The following transfers of real estate
aro reported by Chester A Fuller man
agor of tho Madison county abstract
office at Norfolk
Fred Leu and wifo to F M
Koeuigstein wd lot 12 Nonows
addition and lot 20 Wards
suburban lots Norfolk 800 00
Pioneer Tqwn Sito Co to Thos
Dugher wd lot 0 block 14 P
T S Cos second addition to
Battle Creek 100 00
Baruets milliuory opening commences
Saturday at 221 Norfolk avouuo Dont
miss it
If you want to buy or trade como nnsi
soe us G II Skimii Co
OIHco in Mast block
Buy all your grocones of Box and get
the host
Telephone No 547 will ring up Dr
F Verges residcueo and oillco
The county commissioners adjourned
Wednesday morning after tho usual
round of business
That tho mills of the law grind Blow
has been amply exemplified tho past
past week or so So far only two cases
have been disposed of by the jury and
the third is now on trial probably end
ing tomorrow
Some much needed improvements aro
being made in the cells of the county
jail and some of tho discarded roosts
are being converted into a city jail
Tho new city jail will bo located just
south of the firo department headquar
ters and will be about 25x40 feet It
will havo cement floors and two steel
cages for the unhappy wanderer to
rest in It is a muoh needed improve
Charlie Speece is a benedict
Mrs M A Cuplin has returned from
Blair and is now keeping house for her
son Alton
Fred Odells boy has beeu seriously ill
with the measles aud lung fever but is
now reported better
Emerson Morris of Keith Ohio a
brothoof Harry arrived here last week
aud will remain through tho summer
Frank Eberley moved his family to
Norfolk Junction Tuesday About the
first of May thoy oxpect to start for
Oregon overland
R D McBeth and his two boys
started 60uth Friday in n prairie
schooner with the avowed inteutiou of
finding a warmer climate
Try the celebrated Ralston pancake
flour nud fiuo Vermont maple syrap at
Olio tlio Children a Drink
called Graiu O It is a delicious appe
tizing nourishing food drink to tako
tho placo of coffee Sold by all grocers
and likedjby all who have used it be
cause when properly prepared it tastes
liko tho finest coffoo but is freo from all
its injurious properties Grnin 0 aids
digestion and strengthens tho nerves
It is not a stimulant but a health
builder aud children as well as adultfl
can drink it with groat benefit Costs
about one fourth as much as coffee
10 and 25 cents
DrFrank Saltw Disetuet of children
llofcUliii lliiiiriiltiK
Look out for the riders when yon hear
tho now bioyelo hells
11 M Wnddell and family havo
moved back to lloskins
A former townsman IjOh Halter Is
coming back to lloskins to live
Miss Agnes Shannon went to Norfolk
for a few days visit with IriemlH
The town is Incorporated wo have an
addition ami every ouo is prospetous
OhiiH Loir is strictly in it for ma
chinery receiving a caiload tho oilier
Mr Boehmer Is Improving as rapidly
as can be expected under Dr lleart
Win Soeneken is hern from New
Ytnlt to visit tho families of ut and
Ernest Frost the genial station agent
will visit relatives and friends at lCiner
sou next Sunday
The German Methodist conference
will convene hero Thursday About 10
ministers aro expected
Tho city dads met last Sat unlay even
ing and passed at least a half dozen
ordinances A caucus will he held Sat
urday evening Maieli lift at tho school
house in order to nominate necessary
The Minneapolis Elevator company is
going to build an elevator here having
pmohtujcd tlio Shannon grain business
But wo aro glad to mention that tlo
Shannon family will lemalii liero Mr
Shannon having been employed as
Lako trout and wall eyed pike at
If you want to sell or trado your
property list it with
O It Smuu Co
To Iovcib of flood IlorHiN
I have a few well bred horses which 1
havo raised that I will exchange for
cattle A J Duiuani
Houbos for sale
T E Odiounk
Sturgeon is tho piano mini
Good health is wortli more than any
thing elso to you and ovory bottlo of
Hoods SarBaparilla contains good
its TMs Yous
Evory morning I liavo a lad tasto in my
mouth my louguo is coitcil my head
aches and I often loci illzry 1 havo no nmio
tlto for breakfast nud what food I cat dis
tresses mo I luvn a heavy frullnir in my
stomach I nm getting ho weak tluit Home
times I tramhlo and my nerves aro all un
Btrunj I am roUIiik jaU u thin 1 um
as tirod in tho morning as ut night
What is tho trouble V Impuru blood
What la his romody
fl00 a bottlo AtnlldmRiditi
Tako ono or two of AjcrH Tills
onch night You cannot bo cured
it troubled with constipation
1rlcc 23c ti box
rll u friiuly all Hit iiitrtlciilar in
your caao Ynu Mill receive- u prompt
reply Dit J C AYiH Lowell Masi
Ladies Attention
If yon uro in poor health investigato tho
VIAV1 THKATMENT Oillco open all day
Monday and Tnewlay in Cotton Block mor
Hanin llron storp Health Hook freo by calling
on addreHBinK tho mauauor MH9 8 K LONG
Norfolk Nebraska
Fifth Street
Livery Stable
GE0 DUDLEY Proprietor
Good Rigs at Reasonable
Oil and Gasoline
Money to Loan
Real Estate
Elkhorn B 8 Association
They fit tho fuel as nature Intended
Good News
ATI no wh ever hjiicihI more inplilly
oi created moiu uiiIvcihuI In
to i cm I tJmii our aiinouiiroiiiciiL Mint
wo liml Hceinttl Mio ituoticy
for Llic famous
Jenness Miller
Hygienic Shoes for
Thry uo tlio IIiiuhI most comfort
able iicrfoct llttlnt durable and
Krneoful Shoes yet placed on tlio
mai Kot
IcnncsH Millet Shoes aro mado
from Hoelnlly tanned VolvoUit kid
which Ih on Mrt and lino as Its namo
Shaped on hL icily sclent ilio ana
tomical principles and lit tho foot as
nalinc intended
Conllncd to us for this city Wo
unhesitatingly recommend them
Sole Agents for Tentiess Miller Shoes
1M U Tyler
Attorneys at Lat
llonicopntlilc riiyhldini audi Surgeon
UUlCD mor CItl7PIlfl Niitunnil llnnk Oilier
lintirH 1I1WI to 1200 n tit nnd J 00 to BOO1111
overlings 700 to 800
Kfnidonci Tftloiilioim No 1
Oillco No 801
OlflOB omr Oltlsena Natl Hank Umldnuoo one
block north of ConreaUoiial ohnroh
Paohionablo Dressmaker
b In Cotton oloek oror Uanmi
Plrtt clase work guaranteed
Ut itairii itore
Norfolk - - Nebraska
Atlorneynat Law
Boom 10 11 and 12 Mait Bloek
Norfolk Nebraska
Undertakers aBd Enbalmers
BMtlonaBlk Norfolk ay
Norfolk - Nebraaka
Attorney at Law
Rooms 1 and 2 Robertson Wliftoo
Block Norfolk
Livery Feed and
Sale Stable
Mack Line In Connection
Telephone 68
IlemliimirUrHtltcmovcil from DuMMiports tu
lln to ieo DuiIUjth ktablo on Stb St
Stop tle Mercer Hotel
Cor l HU Howard 5U OMAHA
Nebraska poor to can meet their friends
litre Take Harney St car at depot