The Norfolk weekly news. (Norfolk, Neb.) 1888-1900, November 23, 1899, Page 11, Image 11

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Davenport Bros
Norfolk Nebraska
A 0 U W
Moot a in Odd Follows Hall on tho flrpt and
third Fridays of inch month Visiting broth
ers cordially invitod to nttoinl all our mootiuirs
W H Hoffman Financier L 0 llnreolt Be
oordor C Uolan llnstnr Workman
Offico Hardys Coal Offlco
Good storage room
Two good rooms upstairs one largo
sale room down stairs for rent
Money to loan on real OEtnto
Como and see mo when yon want in
surance J E SIMPSON
Newest Furniture
Foromost ideas in depondnblo homo furnish
iiiKS thoso that lino up with jour uihlics
HuyiiiK from a satisfactory block mm that con
tains only most reliable and freshest idcns
Bociirimr what ou dusiio anil at tint prico jnu
cheerfully jiiy is a pleasure that awaitb jou in
our splendid stock A low trend to prices al
ways a feature horo -only emphasizes jour in
Oar Lamps are Great Values
Prices for Cash
19 lbs Sugar 100
4 lbs Gold Dust ISo
10 oz Calumet Baking Powder 20o
2 lbs A B O Crackers loo
lib Soda 00c
Lily Starch 03o
5 gals Oil 70c
Yeast 4c 8 for 10c
Toilet Soap 8 bars 10c
1 gal Pail Syrup 85o
German Coffee 09c
Lamp Chimneys each 05c
14 Bars Laundry Soap 25o
Wo eell the best Tea and Coffee in tho
Thompsons Cash
Whore you will have suits well
made and trimmed whioh is
tho main part of merchant tai
loring when they are made to
Call on fly Tailorand have
Prices Quoted
L J J l I I
Tin Weiitliur
Conditions of tho weather as recorded
for the 24 hours ending at 8 a m to
Maximum temperature 51
Minimum temperature 41
Average 40
Precipitation 01
Total preoipitatiou for month 48
Barometer 2958
Forocast for Nebraska Partly cloudy
tonight and Friday Cooler tonight
Geo H Spear has sold a half interest
in his bar at the Oxuard to Richard
Kilmurry who will have charge in the
The Young Mens Christian leaguo
has rented a room in the Mast block ami
a permauent organization has been
nmdo Tho room will bo used for tho
comfort and convenience of mon both
old and young who havo no place
to spend thoir orouitigs and other leisure
Gilhooloys Reception will bo pro
sonted to tho thoatro going peoplo of
Norfolk at Marquardts hall on tho oven
ing of Decombor 1st
Tho weather took a turn for tho bottor
today to tho very grout satisfaction of
bnildorsand othors whoso duties require
them to bo out of doors
Mr Wontworth tho elocutionist and
impersonator at opera house next Mon
day ovoning under tho auspices of tho
ladies guild of Trinity church
Tho First Nobrabka regiment is to bo
reorganized and Captain O A Viekors
has boon authorized to recruit company
F at Madison Friends of tho Fighting
First wish tho movement success and
hopo that as many of tho old membors
as possiblo will join
Tho Gcntlomona Whist club met
with Burt Mapos lost ovoning Among
tho ploasuros of tho occasion were tho
refreshments sorvod to which tho guests
did justice Tho matter of perfecting and
maintaining a pormanont organization
was again doferred until tho next
Tho addition to tho Congregational
church will bo oponcd this ovoning
Tho lndios of tho church havo tho matter
in charge aud havo prepared for sonio
music and short speeches tho outor
tainmout to closo with refreshments
Thoso who attond tho church aud thoir
friends arojordially invited to bo pres
Tho Nobraska Tolophono company
opened an oflico at Iladar yesterday and
is now ready for business thcro Tho
linemen will comploto their work to
Pierce today and opou an olllco there
If tho good weather continues telephonic
communication will bo established with
Creightou and all other towns along tho
lino within tho next week or Fwo
The Madison telephone exchange is a
sure thing and tho work of putting it in
will soon be commenced There was
formerly an exchange operated there
but on account of insufficient patronage
it was abandoned a year or two ago and
the instruments romoved Manager
Sprecher of tho local oxchango has been
at tho county seat soliciting subscribers
for several days past and as a result of
his work the exchange will be renewed
Tho fish car for tho Nebraska fish
commission arrived in the city on tho
noon train from South B3ud in charge
of Adam J Stoup and will remain
until this evening when it will proceed
west as far as Harrison From hero
two cans of fish were sent up the Creigh
tou branch for distribution in the
streams G W Schwonk secured 84
yearling channel cat fish for his pond
also 42 black bass Captain Alfred
Gerecko received a number of gold fish
The Ladies of tho Maccabees gave a
ory successful ball last evening at Mar
quardts haH and tho occasion was very
much enjoyed by all in attendance
There was a largo crowd present and tho
entertainment was opened bya drill
given by the lodge team under tho
efficient direction of Mrs Louise
Schwartz captain Tho ball which
followed was in every way a pleasant
affair the music being furnished by
an orchestra of four pieces During
tho evening a fine oyster Bupper was
served to those who wished it by Mrs
Foxworthy at the Bon Ton restaurant
Thomas Coyne ono of the pioneers of
ONeill colony was found lying in tho
road four miles north of ONeill Tues
day morning in an unconscious condition
An arm was broken tho side of his face
considerably bruised and other injuries
coupled with tho nights exposure re
sulted in bis death shortly before noon
Mr Coyne came in from his form
about eight miles north of ONeill with
a load of potatoes whioh he donated to
tho committee having in charge the col
lection of a carload of provisions for St
James orphans home of Omaha Ho
remained in tho city until midnight
when ho started for home What bap
ppne on tho road is not known as he
did not regain consciousness after being
found although it is tho general opinion
that ho foil from his wagon Mr Coyne
wob about 00 years of ago Ho leaves a
widow and several children
Buy Chase and Sanborns colleo and
tea the best in tho laud at Fueslers
Remember tho Thanksgiving ball at
Marquardts hall Thursday evening
November 80 This promises to be ono
of the finest dances ever given in tho
city and ovoryouo who attonds is as
sured a good time
O A Richly
A lino of fine sausages from Milwau
kee at Freythulers
Sweot cider at Fueslers
Short order moals at tho Bon Ton
Telephone No 112 will ring up Dr
F Verges residence and offico
Wanted Several persons for district
office managers in this state to represent
mo in their own aud burronudiug
counties Willing to pay yearly 000
payble weekly Desirable employment
with uuusual opportunities Rofereiices
exchanged Enolosa self addressod
stamped envelope S A Park 800 Cox
ton Building Chicago
Two Pleasant Wedding Parties
Mis MhsIo Vtfir It mill Swlnllmn
ltnyiuitiln mid Mix 1lftilnir mid O M
Iliirtiiiiiu IiiIhimI In tho llnlv llnniln of
WeilloeU IUm oIwmI lliiliiliiuin fill In
Tho homo of Mr and Mrs I 5 Won
torvelton South Second street was tho
scono of a very pretty wedding yester
day when thoir youngest daughter
Miss lessio was united in murriugo to
Mr Swithen Roynolds
Rev G II Main of tho M 15 church
olllciated and spoko tho words which
unllod tho two young heaits for lifo
Tho eouplo woro tho recipients of
lunuy valuable presents among whioh
wob a chock for 30 presontod by tho
parents of tho bride
Aftor tho coromony tho guosts con
sisting of relatives and friends woro
sorvod with n very sumptlous wedding
dinner to which duo justico was done
Tho brido was very becomingly at
tired iu a handsome gown aud was tho
cynosure of all oyes Sho has a largo
circlo of acquaintances iu Norfolk and
nil who know her admire hor for hor
becoming modesty and charming man
ners Sho was bom on tho farm a mile
east of Norfolk on which her parontB
nud family resided until quito recently
siuco an early day Sho attoudod tho
Norfolk public Bchools sinco she became
of school ago and graduated from the
high school with tho class of i7
Her brother Jeffrey who was proBont
at tho wedding is tho youngest and
only remaining unmarried child of Mr
aud Mrs Westervelt nud tho dato for
his nuptinls nro set for next Wednes
day with Miss Mildred Terry of
Meadpw Grovo who was also present
Thus will tho lost two membors of a
happy and interesting family drift away
from a kindly homo that has boon thoir
Tho parents are valued citizens of
Norfolk aud thoy nro responsible for a
family of children who aro an honor
to society and a credit to thomsolves
Mr and Mrs Reynolds will mako
thoir future homo in Denver Col for
which city thoy will soon leave
Tin News joins thoir many friends
in hearty congratulations and extends
its best wishes for thoir future wel
Hurt until- Fischer
Tho parlors of tho Pacific hotel were
tho scene of a most delightful time last
evening Tho occasion wns tho mar
riage of Mr Clarence M Hartman of
Sioux City and Miss Fischer of Norfolk
Miss Fisohor belongs to an old and largo
Norfolk family and has been identified
with tho Pacific as housekeeper for tho
paBt ten years Mr Hartman is no less
honorably connected with Sioux City
The parlors were beautifully decorated
with roses carnations aud fern leaves
There were about forty guests present
including relatives and near friends
Mr Frank Sheets of Sioux City acted
as best man aud Miss Estolla Hartman
as bridesmaid
Tho bride was attired in a lovely gown
of brocaded white satin and a vail
The knot was tied at 9 oclock in
Gordiou liko fashion by Rov J J Tof
ferios of tho Socond Congregational
Mrs Caulfiold played Mendelsohns
wedding march and Miss Nellie Morrow
played the Flower Song while the guests
were extending thoir congratulations
Graham Humphrey acted as ring
bearer which he accomplished very
After tho service light refreshments
wore served and a most happy time
waa spent by all
Mr aud Mrs Hartman were tho re
cipients of many and valued presents
Tho evening festivities woro concluded
with an enjoyable dancing party
They departed on tho noon train
for their uow home in Sioux City where
the groom has a homo already prepared
for housekeeping
Mr Hartman formerly made Norfolk
his headquarters when ho held tho posi
tion of brakeman on tho C St P M
O with a run between hero and Sioux
City Ho still holds a like position with
tho same company with a run on tho
main lino between Sioux City and
Norfolk contains many friends of tho
newly united eouplo who will join Thk
News in wishing them happiuess
Evory lady purchasing 1J0 worth in
J tho dry goods dopartmont of tho Fair
store next Wednesday will be presented
with a beautiful souvenir ring
15 A Bullock had business iu Win
side yesterday
M J Oesterliug was a passonger for
Omaha yesterduy
Mr and Mrs Olias Rico went to
Omaha this morning
Mrs J II Bates and daughter went
I fn Ottltlllll ni flin tir fii
G F Sprecher went to Pierce this
noon on telephone business
E R Williams of Corn Lea is visiting
his sister Mrs O G Dolon
Chester A Fuller was in Madison
yesterday on abstract business
Mrs F M Hoyer and sou loft this
morning for nvisit in Spring Groon Wis
M I Tyler has gono to ICoarnoy to
nttond n session of the district court nt
that placo
Mr and Mrs Frank Sheets came over
from Sioux City to attond tho lliirhunu
Fisuhor wodding
V P Kvaiis who will hoon start a
paper at Meadow Grovo wns a city
visitor yesterday
Mis Kstolln lliirtiuan came over from
Sioux City yoslenlay to attond lie wed
ding of her brother
ludgol R Hirnes wont to Hurting
ton to attend district court which is iu
session nt that place
Mrs 1 II Dingnitin of South Norfolk
has returned from a islt of throe weeks
to friends in Webster City Iowa
Mrs Albert Dingmau aud daughter
Mlnnio of Council Bluffs Iowa are
visiting at tho homo of J 11 Dingmau
D M Collins general agent of tho
Union Pacific at Sioux City was in
town this morning looking after rail
road business
Arthur I Wright of Newton Iowa
Hpocial ngont of tho Northwestern
National Insurance company is iu tho
city on business
Moses Mihills brother of O came
in hiBt night from Argentine Kansas
Ho has boon witli tho Walter Main circus
all suinmor and traveled through the
southern section of tho country as tar
west as California
MiBB Lucy Williams iH expected homo
tomorrow from her trip through tho
stato in tho interest of the Omaha Illus
trated Boo during which sho has visited
all tho leading public schools fur the
purposo of writing them up She will
bo accompanied by her niece Holon
Sproohor who has boon visiting her
grandmother iu Omaha for tho past six
Sturgoou is tho piano man
Froythalor Iiiib recoived some oxtra
fino oidor direct frpjn Sandusky Ohio
Farm land and city property for salo
by G R Soilor
Dr Frank Saltor Diseases of children
Box can suit you on colloo
Houses for sale
T E Odiobnk
Buy all your groconos of Box and got
tho best
Fresh lottuco at Fuoslors
Woman SullriiglHt Hull
NourOLK Nov 22 09 Tho Womans
Suffragist convention closed nftor two
days of faithful work
Rov Ida Hilton gavo two lectures on
Why Women Should Imvo Equal
Rights with Mon which was forciblo
aud convincing to ovory boliovor of tho
golden rule
An organization followed aftor tho
lecture of a Womans Suffragist club
A few of tho most important oHloors
were chosen Prosidont Mrs Howard
Rowo vico prosidont R A Stewart
recording and corresponding secretary
Mrs O A Alexander tresurer Mrs
Sarah Snoll Tho first meeting is called
at Mrs Howard Rowo sou Eighth Btroet
All interested in tho movement aro cor
dially invited to attend all meetings
Mas O A Alexander Secy
Board by day or weok at tho Bon Ton
Fresh oysters iu any stylo at tho Bon
Fino homo honey at Freythalers
Farm and city loans
The Dukland Trust Co
Fok Sale My residonce Inquire of
Morris Mayer
Special Cheap KxcuniloiiH to Hot MprinuM
South Dakota
On November 21 and Decomber fi and
19 excursion tickots will bo sold over
tho F E M V railroad at ono fare
plus 2 00 for tho round trip good to
return within 10 days from dato of sule
H O Matkai
Ho plays well that wins Hoods
Sarsaparilla wins tb victory over
disease bocuuso it possess gonuino
curative power
Hoods Pills
Are prepared from Na
tures mild laxatives and
while gentle are reliable
and efficient They
Rouse the Liver
Cure Sick Headadhe Bil
iousness Sour Stomach
and Constipation Sold
everyythere 25c per box
always keeps iu
stock all tho best
grades of
Coal in all sizes All coal screened aud
delivered promptly Satisfaction guar
anteed Yards east
of U P depot
NO 35
Uptown 0fflce4th St
RoseBud Cream
Is a toilet requisite IndispeiiHiblo fcr chapped hands
faoo or lips or any roughness of the slin For removing
tan and rreekles It has no equal Hose Mud Cream con
tains no Injurious chemicals but iu a pure preparation for
toilet use
I reset pi ions carefully compounded by competent plinrnm
cislH All our drugs are absolutely pure and wo assure
patrons who hiing prosciiptioiiH tn our Ht 01 e that prices
are ory tiindointo
May tdini inio ono of rojn is Thai won occur if you
Initio with us Wo aro now showing
Big Bargains in
Capes and Jackets
and you might as well have the very newest creations as not Kvery Gar
ment is Now and wo nro offering as tempting values us we know how and
that moans we can interest you nud make it pay you to seo what we nro
Special Prices on
all Dress Goods
Robertson Blk Norfolk Neb
Prepare For Winter
By Purchasing- a Radiant Homo Burner a Gorman Heator nIColosIOriginal
Hot Blast or a New Riverside Oak For firo kooping qualities and for dura
bility tho Rivorsido Oak is htrictly in it Riverside Cooks and Rauges aro tho
best Seo our fino Quick Meal Steel Range an ornamont to to tho kitchen- aud
a cure for indigestion and a promotor of happiness For salo at
Degners Hardware Store
Tried Them
The Norfolk Cash Store
Gents Furnishing Goods Boots and Shoes Hats
Caps Overcoats Quecnsware Glassware 1 1
Call and seo tho nice DINNER SETS offered at low prices Prices
guaranteed tho lowest Groceries a specialty Best Brands of
Flonr Highest prico paid for Butter and Eggs Come and
leave your orders and they will bo well taken care of and delivered
r1 A Q BOHNERT Proprietor
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Fruits and Vegetables in Season
Fresh Bread Pies Cakes etc Constantly on hand-
N A HA IN HOLT President
ALKXANDKK HKAU Vice lreelcleot
W 11 HUCIIOLZ Cftdhlor
K WZUTZ AeiisUutCaahler
National Bank
Capital 10000000
Surplus 2000000
Does a General Banking Business
Buys and Soils Exohange
Interest Paid on Tlrao Deposits
Drafts and Money Orders Sold on any Point in Europe
A General Steamship and Foreign Passage Business Transacted