The Norfolk weekly news. (Norfolk, Neb.) 1888-1900, November 15, 1900, Page 7, Image 7

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Armored Cruiser
for Boys Wear is miulo from tho best
nelcctod uppor dock tested for Hervieo
Tho soles and lieolH which nro tlio bout
leather will produce nro flllotl with
protect tho bottom and iisfinro tho wear
er double tho Borvico of nuy shoe mndo
for boys
Davenport Bros
Defects scarcely noticeable
in children assume
dangerous proportions with
advancing years
A proper correction now will
prevent serious complica
tions later
Ml C f ffl PHQimtDT
I Steam Laundry
Only First Class Laundry
In Northeast Nebraska
Every effort made to ploaeo patrons ami
Kivc BntUfnetion Latest improved ma
chinery used in nil dopartmouts Work
not satisfactory will be relaundorod froo
of charge if i etui noil unworn
DAN CRAVEN Proprietor
For Breakfast Foods
Thompsons Gash Grocery
These are i few
Pillsburys Oat Food per pkg 10c
Wheat Manna two for 25c
Shredded Whole Wheat Biscuit
two for 25c
Pillsburys Vitos two for 25c
Quaker Oats two for 25c
Waldorf Oats two for 25c
Cremola two for 25c
Wheatliug each 10c
Grape Nuts two for 25c
Wheat Flakes two for 25c
Granose two for 25c
Wheatoso two for 25c
The Weather
Conditions of the weather as recorded
for the 24 hours ending at 8 a m to
Maximum temperature -Hi
Minimum temperature 10
Average -28
Precipitation 00
Total preoipitatiou for month 00
Barometer 20 94
Forecast for Nebraska Fair tonight
followed by threatening Friday Not
so cold in east and north portion
T H U rS DAYfi dFn G S
A store room is being built onto the
rear of Hayes jewelry and music house
Elkhorn council No 1704 R A will
meet in the K P hall this evening at
8 10 sharp
U H Tatmau has resigned his posi
tion as olerk at the postoilice and has ac
cepted a position at the sugar factory
The ladies guild of Trinity church
will meet tomorrow afternoon at i
oclock with Mrs Morrison There is
work to do and a good attendance iB
hoped for
The baud boys were out on tho street
this noon advertising their ball to bo
given tomorrow night They paraded
Main street and formed ou each corner
playing some of their choice selections
The Norfolk Journal changed hands
today the name good will and business
having been Bold by P F Sprecher to
W N Huse Mr Spreohor retains tho
printing material n6ed in the
Hon of tho Journal but the office will
bo clo6cd to business
Herman Booho was in town this morn
ing with a pair of yomiR coons which
ho had captured when yttj imall at IiIh
placo on tho Elkhorn rivr The ani
mals aro now about halffrrown nd M
playful as kittens
Dr O A MoKtm of this city has hewn
appointed a uionibor of tho board of
censors of tho Iowa Nebraska State
Veterinary Medical RseooiAtion which
holds a session at Omaha Tuesday and
Wednesday of next week
Last night tho thermometer indicntid
tho lowest tomporaturo of tho prosont
season and showod a desiro to hover
around near tho zoro mark The mini
mum temperature of the past 21 hours
was 10 degreos above zero
Hay Hayes has decided to adopt tho
avocation of travoliug man and has gono
on tho road in tho interest of n loan and
trust company of Dos Moines Iowa
Ho made his first trip this week going
oast on tho F E M V road
August Fischor fathor ofJEriiest and
Julius Fisohor diod at 1225 today at
homo of his son on Sixth street and
Park avonuo aged 72 years Ho hud
boon sick but a short timo Tho funeral
arrangements havo not yet been made
Enginoor Lowe is engaged today in
locating tho corners establishing grades
etc for tho Bishop block at tho corner
of Fourth and Main stroots Tho ex
cavating is about completed tlio mn
torial on hand and with favorable
weather tho building of tho foundation
will begin at ouco
yesterday afternoon tho pupils of the
Fourth and Fifth grades of tho Lincoln
school woro taken with IUb of sneezing
that interrupted tho usual proceedings
of tho school A little girl had brought
somo snuff for her cold and in sonio
maunor it became distributed about the
room with the above result
Manager Spear of tho Auditorium
spent ycBtorday billing Piorco Plain
view and Croightou for tho Iunos con
cert Ho sold 90 tickets conditional
upon the negotiations for a special train
up tho Creighton line to take people
homo after tho entertainment The
time for closing contract with limes has
been extended until tho 20th by which
time Mr Spear must havo enough seats
sold to cover tho guarantee or the date
will bo coucelled
Tho Norfolk musicians aro endeavor
ing to got their newly organized mili
tary baud and orchestra on a permanent
and independent basis without asking
contributions from the citizens With
this object in viow they propose to give
the people the pleasure of a ball and ask
in return a liberal patronage The
first public amusement under their
direction will take place tomorrow
night at the Marquardt hall and those
who patronize them will undoubtedly
receive good value for their money
They should bo encouraged in their
effort to build up a musical organization
to fill the requirements of a city like
Silver City Times The local news
paper should bo found in every homo
No children should grow up in ignorance
who can bo taught to appreciate the
home press It is said to be the step
ping stone of intelligence in all those
matters not to be learned in books
Give your children a foreign paper which
contains not one word about any person
place or thing which they over saw or
perhaps ever heard of and how could
you expect them to bo interested But
let them havo a homo paper and read of
people whom they meet and of places
with which they are familiar and soon
an interest is awakened which increases
with overy daily arrival of tho local
paper Thus a habit of reading is
formed and thoe children will lead the
papers all their lives aud become intel
ligent men and women a credit to their
ancestors strong in the kuowledgo of
tho world as it is today
Lake trout wall eyed piko and cat
fish at Glissmanfl
Mrs J Younger has taken charge of
the boarding house at the corner of
Third street aud Madison avenue Be
sides caring for the wants of regular
boarders she can accomodate n few
transients at 1 per day
All persons aro wnrued not to tear
dowu deface or disturb tho street signs
now being erected iu tho city All per
sons found guilty of interfering will be
punished to the fullest extent of tho
law J Dkonkr
Chairmau street committee
Wanted A girl for general house
work Mas J Younger
Comer Madison Ave aud Third streot
Wednesday November SI
Another spocial day at Michaels gal
lery On tho above date wo will donate
free on eaoh cash order for photos n
beautiful now oval medalliou on or
ders of t nnd over and from 150 to
a choice of any stylo button wo have
All work guaranteed satisfactory
Wo aro hero to pleaso you at
Michaels gallery
Having just received a lot of foreign
and domestic goods I wish to invito tho
people to como and seo them I now
carry the largest and best assortment of
trouserings in the city Do not look
upon the small building I am iu but
come in and see what we have aud are
doing We use only the best of trim
mings do the best of work and guaran
tee a perfect fit at tho most renRonnblo
prices P J Fobsirh
Four doors west of Fair Store
Mellowrich colTeo soils rapidly conso
tmeutly the supply is always fresh For
aIo by A J Bohnort agent
Wo make loans on real estate at
lowost rates Elkhorn Building aud
Savings nmiociation T E Odiohnb Sec
Wild ducks at GliBSinans
Wantuij A girl for general houso
work Mns J B Barnmcs
WastiI At tho Pacific hotela
young man to assist the clerk for his
board and attend school
Wantt A good sized fireproof safe
Apply at Nkws office
Just received at Michaels gallery a
1 t of now gilt moldings at prices that
will soil thorn Call and seo for your
solf Your trade bolioitod nt Michaels
Mrs C Lodge is roiKirted sick
S E Madsons ohildron are sick
the whooping cough
W H Loomis and family rotuoved to
Norfolk Wednesday
Dr Bort Munson of Randolph Iowa
is bore visiting his parents Mr and
Mrs O D Munson
Thomas Kennedy will sell his personal
properly at public sale next week and
will go to Missouri soon nfler the sale
The basket supper given by the Modern
Woodmen Tuesday evening was well
attended and a good timo was enjoyed
by those present
Wm Brown and family who moved
to Missouri from hero throe years ago
have returned nnd will occupy the house
soon to bo vacated by Fred Pettitt
W E Gillaspy has bought lioger
Oarborrys farm southwest of town
Mr Carbcrry contemplates returning to
his old homo in Guthrie county Iowa
iu the near futuro
Charlie Taunohill who has boon on
tho road with Buffalo Bills Wild West
shw tho past season returned Monday
Baltimore Standard oysters in bulk at
For Rest Furnished rooms
E J Siioituiiu
Sturgeon is tho piano man
A Good Ierroriiiiince
The Mallory Brothors Theater com
pany was greeted with a well filled
house when tho enrtain went up for the
comedy drama His Excellency he
Governor Wednesday evening Chas
B Archer always finds a welcomo in
Atlantic nnd his work gavo further evi
dence that he is an actor of moro than
ordinary ability Tho Mallory Brothers
are fortunate in having Mr Archor for
their leading man as ho is well known
throughout the middle west and opera
house managers are always anxious to
secure return dates which is tho best
of an actors ability The performance
here was very acceptable the parts well
taken the specialties amusing and overy
one was well pleased with the show
Baby Mallory should receive special
mention as she is a clever little miss and
mado a hit with tho audience Atlantic
la Messenger
At the Auditorium Thursday Friday
and Saturday November 15 li and 17
Admission 25 and JlHc Children 15c
Saturday mntinoo admission 10c
Everyone should drink Mellowrich
cofleo It is without an equal
Union Iuillli KxriirHlon
One way and round trip settlers ex
cursion rates Tho Union Pacific will
sell on October November
ii 20 27th to Ogden Salt Lake City
Spanish Fork Utah Garrison and
Helena Montana one way 2M0 round
trip 40 00
To Spokane TacomaSeattle Wash
ington Portland Oregon one way 28
round trip 4500
The one way tickets continuous pas
sage from starting point to destination
The round trip tickets with privilege of
stopping oft on going ticket and con
tinuous passage on return ticket Final
return limit thirty days from date of
salo For information call on
F W Junemam
Observation has established a universal
idea that an eccentric and solemn man
ner nro concomitants of musical gen
ius A look at Innes tho famous band
master shatters that viow On tho stage
with baton in hand his face has tho ex
pression of a man who thinks of nothing
this side of tho clouds Iu the hotel
lobby or around tho banquet board he
looks and acts and talks as if ho never
gave a thought to music
Yet Iunos has mado such roniarknblo
innovations in concert band music that
hypocritical writers who scorned any
kind of band music ns being without tho
pale of serious contemplation have been
forced to recognize and admire him
Innes and his band aro coining hero on
Thursday evening Novomber 2th
Thoy have just finished a remarkably
successful summer Beaton at Atlantic
City whero limes owns an immonso
Auditorium named nftor himself
Scenes from grand operas by six splen
did operatic singers prominent among
whom is Xanten the great German
tenor from Berlin will be one of the
features of the engagement
lirFrank Salter Dueacei of children
II P McGniro of Wistior was iv city
visitor yesterday
M Perrino was a Norfolk visitor
terday fiom Wlsuor
Airs J E Flick of Dakota City
in Norfolk yesterdny
Mrs II L Snyder made the round
trip to Lincoln vesterday
O WMImiii of Pierce is a guest at
tho homo of P Michael
Kov and Mrs A Hoflus of Piorco
woro city visitors yesterday
Mrs W N Huse went to New Castle
this afternoon for a short visit
Dr Burt Munson of Randolph Iowa
was a Norfolk visitor yesterday
Dr P II Salter was called to Pierce
yesterday to consult with Dr Piingle
Mr and Mrs Wm Maher of Battle
Crook went visitors in Norfolk yester
Mr and Mrs Win Ilarr of Stanton
woro visitors id the Sugar City yester
Harry Woodall has returned from
Knusas City and Omaha having been
in those cities tho greater pait of the
past summer
Mrs II 10 Owen and son Charley
have gono to Omaha They met Mr
Owen at Columbus on their way to the
slate metropolis
Mrs Wilinarth of Creighton who has
been visiting Mis W W Roberts a few
diiyB departed this morning for Colum
bus whero sho will visit
I A hum of Creighton was here
today lie says that owing to his
wifos health ho has decided not to re
move to Washington and represent this
district in congress tlio coining session
Rev S F ShurploHH returned yes
terday from Coleridge whore lie at
tended a meeting of the Niobrara pres
bytery for tlio ordination of Rev Annum
of Coleridge and Rev Kuntz of Wake
1 15 Taylor of Walilun Orange
county Now York is hero on u visit to
his brother N L Taylor Ho has not
visited this section boforo for Kt years
aud expresses surprise at the great prog
ress that has boon made in that timo
Tho host celery at Gllssnians
For tho next thirty days wo will give
a Uuo wator color or an oval medallion
with every cash order for one dozen
photOB of any stylo at Macys Dont
miss this chance of getting tho best
work and at the same time one of these
Good farms to trade for town property
G R Skiikr
Farm land and city pioperty for
by G R Seilor
Houses for sale
T E Odiornk
Tho Black Dills or Last Hunting
Grounds of the Dakotas is the title ol
a book which The News editor came in
to possession of this woek and oppor
tunity will be ollered our citizous for en
joying tlio same privilege as an agent
for its Balo will begin canvassing this
city aud county for that purpose Wo
have had just timo to give a glance over
all tho chapters comprising tho contents
of the volume which contains over 700
largo sized pages yet wo aro willing to
speak of it in high terms as being a val
uable and interesting book It contains
KM or more illustrations and these with
tho text ntlord tho reader a clear and
comprehensive insight into tho history
and dovolopmout of that wonderful
country known ns tho Black Hills It
is only about 25 years sinco tho Hills
began to mako history but tho amount
made in that timo is largo and important
almost boyond comprehension in signfi
canco and consequence Its history can
not fail of awaking largo interest in the
minds of dwellers on this ido of the
wide rango and great river dividing tin
two sections of the samo commonwealth
especially now that they aro becoming
more closely identified in various ways
Tho author is Mrs Annie D Tallont
who 60 far as is known was the first
white woman to found a homo iu the
Black Hille October I 1871 was the
date of her setting forth on tho pioneer
pathway leading to tho Black Hills and
December 9 following sho arrivod at
what is now Stnrgis and there she has
since resided Her son R E Tallent
has arranged to solicit subscriptions for
this entertaining aud valuable work
in Madison county and we aro confident
ho will moot with much encourngeinout
Baltimore Select oysters in bulk
Jtallwuy li rin IiiimIh For Silr
In northern Wisconsin tho Chicago
St Paul Minneapolis Omaha railway
has for sale at low rates and easy terms
of payment about 400000 acres of choico
farm lands Early buyers will secure
tho advantngo of locations on tho many
beautiful streams and lakes which
abound with fish and furnish a never
ending and most oxcolleut wator supply
both for family use and tor stock
Laud is gonerally well timbered the
soil tortile nnd easy of cultivation
Chicago Mdwnukeo St Paul Minne
apolis Duluth Snporior Ashland nnd
numerous other thriving cities and
towns on the line of tho 0 St P M
O railway and other railroads iu the
same territory furnish good markots for
farm produce
For further particulars address
Geo W Brii
Land Commissioner Hudson Wis or
G H Mac Rak
AG P A St Paul Minn
Farm and city lonj
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in what we ofter you In
Take tint time
gains at
and look over the bar-
For Strictly
Millinery and
Correct Prices
Call on
jfeE J Bender
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w ww mvrss a a is vr
icrman Spoken
The Eminent Sioux City Specialist
Wlio IlIIH KIIUImI II Willi lllltlltlllll Ml llth pill
fru inii iih mi Xinrt iltiiiilur will hit lit the
Saturday Nov 24
fin tlin liiiiofil of IIhimi IImiik iiuij fiuin n Hie
millet in thih liriincli nnd Iniwi not hit Iiiiii to
v i c i I ii hpidiiliht of mi i xtenilril ruinilal ion
Thin iiMiirilx til n Kiiml IMi Hiiiil We
cliiiiu to Iiiivii tho liiht mill nlii nlutnl hiilihl i
i ii i Ii h iiiitlinil mitr Vt ii l iii t I Siinpli
Illrct ivn mnl Inn Tlllh mn iit i lit join
Expert Plate Worker of
Barrett Dental Association
Oil and Gasoline
NO 33
North Western
p E fl V R R is the best to and
from the
North Nebraska
Fur 1lnnliing Sieam Filling Pumps Tanks
Wind Mills
And all wurL iu t It it- line cull ou
Ehtltfactiou Guaranteed
First door tioulli of The IUim Xnft Otiire
For Dependable
Millinery I
Becomingly J
Always go to
luvitcH you to Compare PricoK
ToniatoeH per can 8c
PeiiH per can 5 c
Corn per can 8c
Java CollVe best per lb 15c
Oat Meal Jter lb 2ljC
Sorp lObarK 25c
I ij jxMind can Making Powder 20c
IleHt PruncH per lb 8c
Blueing 4c
Soda per lb 3lc
Starch peril 3c
CiackiTH per lb 7JC
OlotheH Linen 9c
Ijjo per can 4c
Mixed Cindy per lb 7 feC
Pearliun per package 4o
Kice peril 7c
Lump Chimney 4c
Wo havo a big lino of Tinware Gran
itewaro and Crockery which we aro
helling very cheap
Vifo Manuel to Healing
cures Chronic Diseases
Itlienmalisin Eyes ami
Ears the lsinie e i e
Absolutely no nimlieino
J0i Find St Norfolk
Ladies Baths
Rooms on North Ninth Street
Sale and
Boarding Barn-
Horses Bought and Sold or
tiraaach Avenue
and Third St