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THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , NOVKMHKIl 21 , 1002. 11
WE LIKE. . , . .4 . ; . Fair Competition. Wo Like to have you Inspect our goods nnd got OUR PRICES. Wo Like to Imvo you see these Solid Gold sot rings wo are soil ing at jf l.fiO they ivro beauties , Wo Like to have you try us on fiuo watch and jewelry repair ing. Wo Like to please ourcns tomcrs. If You Like to see genuine bargains - gains keep your eyes on our Show Windows. G. F. W , MflRQUARDT , JEWELER , r NORFOLK , - NEBRASKA. > PICKING UP BARGAINS. ' If you want to buy or build ft house , the Elkljorn B. & S. Asssocintiou will make you ft loan on favorable terms. T. E. ODIORNE , Secretary. PARISH We now have every thing yon need for your FRUIT CAKE. The Finest Raisins , the Olpanest Currants the Purest Spices , the Freshest Nuts. See them in our win dow. PARISH 'OOOVKIOHT SOMETHING NICE FOR THANKSGIVING you will find in our superb stock of ladies' shoes. Easy , comfortable and beautiful in shape and finish. Our line shoos are all that can bo desired for Fall and Winter wear , and they are most reasonable iu price. Give yourself a good pair of shoes to bo thankful for on the 27th. The Palace Shoe Store The Weather. Conditions of the weather as recorded for the 24 hours ending at 8 a. in. today - day : Maximum temperature 43 Minimum temperature jjn Average JJ7 Precipitation 00 Total precipitation formonth ' .17 Barometer 30 08 Forecast for Nebraska : Probably showers tonight or Saturday. Warmer west portion tonight. FRIDAY FACTS. Mrs. M. 0. Walker is entertaining ladies of the Heights this afternoon. The next meeting of the Nebraska Federation of Woman's clubs will beheld held at Fremont , 1 There will be another Norfolk league bowling contort tonight at the Wllkins bowling alley butwoi-u the Oolts and the Professional Mfti , There was a small attendance at the Woodmen of the World mooting lust night in Hmint's hall and the address by State Deputy Walsh was not given. Damascus cominandory No. 20 will hold its regular convocation tonight. A good attendance is desired as there is business of importance to be transacted. The regular meeting of Norfolk lodge No. 055 , B P. 0 Elks , will be hold tomorrow - morrow night. There will bo initia tion and a good attendance of members is desired. There will bo a mooting of K.khorn encampment , No. 27,1. O. O. F. , at Odd Follows hall tills evening for work in the degrees. A good attendance of members is desired. The Madison football team has noti fied the local management that they will bo unable to play the return game here Saturday as contemplated. It may bo played on a future date. The farmers in the vicinity of Super ior are profiting by a groin war between the four elevators of that place. They are now receiving 10 cents n bushel above the market price , The fine now residence of A. J. Ryol at the corner of. Second street and Mich igan avenue , in South Norfolk is now being enclosed and the work is being rushed forward with all speed. 0. H. Kralm , the tailor is distributing among his friends and customers a novelty " elty bill book "that is just the thing for practical purposes. The cover bears a neat card advertising his business. The city of Lincoln has been offered the old postoflico.building at that place for a city building for $50,000. The building - ing originally cost $200,000 and the State Journal is anxious to have the people of the capital city jump at the bargain. The supreme court has decided that Nebraska may invest her $300,000 in the gold bonds of Massachusetts and the investment will bo inado. It is something now for a western state to be buying np eastern securities. It was formerly all the other way. The company that will present Hoyt's "Bunch of Keys" at the Auditorium tonight came in from the south over the Union Pacific this morning , having just filled dates at Grand Island and Columbus. A good seat sale is reported and there is every prospect that there will be a good house to take in the comedy. The question having been raised as to whether the use of gas would be al lowed by the insurance companies , un der the policies as issued at present , W. W. Roberts wrote the Continental In surance company and received reply that "a permit will not bo necessary for the use of gas in houses tor lighting and cooking purposes. " One of the horses of 0. P. Pariah got loose in his barn back of the store last night and when found the animal had broken through the covering to an old well and was up to its neck in water. A derrick was arranged and the horse was hauled out of its perilious position. It was thoroughly chilled , but it is believed - lieved that with care and attention it may be saved. The Columbus Journal is convinced that if some enterprising financier of that city would build nn apartment house with either single rooms or suites suit able for roomers and light housekeeping , with heat , light and modern improve ments he would bo making a good in vestment. The same is undoubtedly true of Norfolk. There are many renters of rooms in various parts of the city who have not all the" conveniences desired and are at out of the way places who would be pleased to take rooms in such an apartment house. Right.Rev. I. N. Stariha , D. D. , re cently consecrated bishop of the new diocese of Lead City , is in the city to day the guest of Fr. Walsh. With him are Bishops Cotter of Winona and Stanley of Fargo , who go to install him on next Sunday. Very Rev. I. Dolphin , president of St. Thomas college , St. Paul , and Fr. Liohleituer of Valentine , are in the party , the guests too of Fr. Walsh. They were driven around the city on a sight seeing tour this rvftor- noon , which included nn inspection of the sugar factory. They go west to night and will bo met at the train by Bishop O'Gorinau and several priests who accompany them to Load. Headquarters for butter and eggs at the Boo Hive. Ranch of 2,000 acres , deeded land , 15 miles southeast of LongPine. . 800 head white fnco cattle. Plenty of hay and water , and controls 10,000 acres of pas ture. Price § 10 per ncro for deeded land. Wo also have other ranches for sale. GAKDNEK & SEILEU. "Signer Franco gave us a clear insight into Filipino life and character. Ho should bo heard by every American. " "Los Angeles Times. Complications iu the plot of the piny may prove interesting to some , but the general public are more easily amused by direct simplicity to engage their at tention , spiced by these necessary con diments , "wit" nnd "ginger. " This latter method has been adopted by Mr. Hoyt's when ho wrote his uido-splittlng "A Bunch of . " comedy , Keys. The fact that the publlo oar Is entranced by swiot and daubing melodies did not rucapu Mr. Uoyt'.s practiced sons s. and the greatest popular composers have con tributed to tliu play music that will llvo in the hearts of the pooplo. The cast of characters comprises the ablest exponents of comedy to bo found in the Mecca of tlumtordom Now York City. The men of the company are talontcd , handsome and dashing. The ladles , and thov are numerous have boon selected with n view to their pecul iar fitness for the various parts , and their beauty of fauo and form in but nn endorsement of Gus Botlmor's line dis crimination as to the wants of an American publlo. "A Bunch of Keys" is popular , and deservedly so , because its story is connected and uproariously funny. The play will bo presented at the Auditorium Friday , November 21. An interesting account of the Filip ino nnd the Philippines. As n lecturer Signor Franco is n complete success. Lincoln State Journal. W. W. Roberts , devotes his entire time to insurance. Your business re spectfully solicited. Office iu Mast block. WARNERVILLE. Our school will bo closed Thanksgiv ing day , Thursday , November 27. R W. Linn is building a largo now barn on his farm south of town. Mrs. 0. W. Pottitt returned Saturday from a week's visit with her sister at Creston. L. 0. Carter has bought the old can ning factory and will tear it down and remove the lumber to his farm south west of town. S. S. Hayman of Grand Island , state manager of the Modern Brotherhood of America , will bo hero the first of next week in the interest of the order. For sale , reasonably two heating stoves , nearly now. One Retort Oak and one Junior Oak. Inquire at 112 South Thirteenth street. Mus. J. D. LAUHAHEE. Comic Opera the Next Attraction. You are pretty sure of picking a win ner when you bet on the fun nnd and amusement offered by the now "Begger Prince oporn company. " Manager F. A. Wade has piloted many operatic ventures successfully and this is ono of his most ambitious efforts in the amusement lino. Among the members of the admirable cast we note Miss Etta Morris , the soubrette , who renders quaint and eo- centric songs iu a charming manner , nnd E. L. Grovis is a comedian of well known reputation. It is two years since the opera made a trip through this section and it has recently been re-written and brought up-to-date by T. J. Johnson , the suc cessful light opera writer. With an organization possessing so many pleasing features in the way of songs , dances and refined specialties , the audience should only bo limited by the size of the Auditorium when it is presented. Dr. F. G. Walters , succeeds to the practice of Dr. F. W. Kiesau. Office Cotton block. Winter Underwear. Have you got to buy undorwenr for this winter ? If so , I am sure I can please you in quality and price for ladies and children. In ladies , a good quality fleece-lined vest or pants , 25o each ; nu extra fine soft quality , 50o ; part wool , light or heavy , flat weave [ or ribbed , 75c , $1.00 , $1.25 ; all wool , light or heavy weight , flat weave or ribbed , $1.25 up ; extra size vest or pants , ( i5o , 7uc , $1.00 , $1.25 and $1 CO. Union suits ( leece-linod.opon to waist or across chest , CSo , 75 , $1,00 , $1.25. Same style in part wool , § 1.15 , § 1.50 , $1.75 , $5.00 , $2.25 , $2.50 and $3 75. All wool , $1.50 , up to $ (5.50 ( , Children's vests nud pants flat weave or ribbed , 25c , up to the best. Ghildorn's black tights 45c , up Black drawers , 05o up. Children's union suits in cotton.part wool or all wool , from 45o to the best. Ladies black tights From 50oto$2.75 Sole agents for Dr. Jaeger's celebrated underwear. MKS. J. BENSOX , South Sixteenth street , Omaha , Nob. 100 acres three and ono half miles from Norfolk , price § 2500 , 'u cash. 320 acres 8 miles from Norfolk , $22 per acre , well improved. KiO acres 0 miles from Norfolk.bottom land , well improved , $40 per aero. $400 buys house and lot at Junction. $550 buys a largo lot with 8-room house tsvo blocks from government building. $250 buys two lots on South 10th street three blocks from Congregational church. $850 buys 7-room house six blocks from business center of town. GAKDNEK & SEILER. Four personally conducted excursions to California every week , with choice of routes. These excursions leave Omaha via Union Pacific every Wednesday , Thursday , Friday and Saturday nt 1:2 : $ p. in. and can bo joined at any point ourouto. Full information cheerfully furnished on application to J. H. Elsof- for , agent. A cook wanted nt once. Mus. YOUNGER. UTILIZING WASTE PRODUCT. Many Articles of Commerce From a Lnri'o Packing Establishment. Oinnhii N ju t now furnlnhlng a very largo | roportlnn of I ho hiivio nmtoiliil f ir tin1 nmiiufnoturo of high explosive * , Three of the largest dynamite fnotoilcn in thu country uro bolng supplied with the glyeeilno used in untieing that deli cate article of comninico. Mr. Kdwurd Oudahy , in course of a convtMsation concerning the work now being done at his plant hero , s\ld : his company has arranged with several of the largest Hoaptnnklng faatnrlus of Krancti for buying their unliro product of crude glyoorino , from whloh is man ufactured at , South Omaha the chem ically pure article that is the Imno of nitro-glycorlno , from which dynnmito is made. Ono lot of 1,000,000 , pounds of the crude glycerine has recently been received at the Oudnhy works , bolng imported from France. In addition to the imported article , the Oudahy plant produces quite a bit of glyoorino on its own account as it is also engaged ex tensively in the manufacture of soap , The refined glyoorino in being sold to dynamite factories at Joplln , Mo. , San FrnnoiRco and in Michigan. In addition to the regular produots of a packing house such as moats , ourod and cooked , packed in canvass or tins , or sent without packing the Oudahy plants deals in pop.siu nnd hoof extract , hair and bristles , soap , and a list of things that would rend llko an in ventory of a department store. Hnir is shipped by the steamer load to Glasgow , where it is used for upholstery , nnd bristles by the train load are sent to Paterson , N. J. , where they are made into brushes of every sort. Just nt present the output of the soap factory is about 825,000 boxes of 125 bars each of soap u year. Packages for these are made at the box factory of the plant. In addition to the cans used in the course of its business the Oudahy can factory will soon bo in the market to supply tin packages for any who wish them. Material used iu this factory is all American product , exp rionoo hav ing proven that American tinplate is as satisfactory in every respect as the best of the Welsh article. Ono thing that is troubling the Omaha packers just now is the high price of fuel. The Cudahy plant at Omaha expends $100,000 a year for coal and finds that this is considerably higher in proportion than the fuel bill at Kansas City. Omaha But ! . Farms rented for nonresidents. Col lections made. Insurance written by Gardner & Soilor. Give your boys and girls 25 cents each and send them to the M. E. church Saturday evening to see the storopticon views , moving pictures and illustrated songs. Don't forgot to look up the bargains in dross goods at the Boo Hive. Two houses for rent. Ono in Heights , "Durlaud's add. " Ono at Norfolk Junction. GAKDNEK & SEILKK. "G. P. Lintt sings with much musical taste. " Musical Critic State Journal. M. E. church Saturday night. BATTLE CREEK. W. B. Fuerst went to Norfolk Tues day. Wenzol Koryta went to Clearwater Friday. Emmet Hale was down from Tildon Saturday. Osborii & Reeves shipped a carload of cattle to Omaha Monday. Wolske Bros , wore shelling old corn for Ohas. Praouner Tuesday. Howard Miller shipped two , and L.B. Baker ono carload of hogs Friday. F. E. Martin , W. E. Hoover nnd Jack Manning were Norfolk visitors Monday. Joseph Stecher of Hooper was here Saturday looking after his farm prop erty. erty.W. W. F. Moldenhnour nnd August Raaaoh of Norfolk visited friends hero Friday. Profs Singer and Stoffen of Norfolk wore guests of Prof. M. G. Dooring Saturday. Mike Enders of Norfolk is doing some work on the now heating plant in the high school. Mrs. Conrad Werner , sr. , August Woudt and Mrs. Frank nro on the sick list this week. Martin Kerl of West Point visited hero Friday at the homo of his brother- in-law , JolmOtt. Miss Stella Willbergcr , who has been visiting hero for two weeks , returned to Anoka Tuesday. Paul Nonow is solo proprietor of the bowling alloy now , having bought out his partner , Chas. Cooper. II. A. Killinger nud family departed Tuesday for Texas , where they will rnnko their future homo. Mrs. Barney Tyler returned Saturday from n visit of three weeks with rela tives in Kansas nnd Missouri. Mrs. Win. Haight nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. George Haight returned Sunday from their visit with relatives in Canada. George Berry received eight carloads of sheep from Wyoming Monday. Af ter about two months feeding they will bo ready for the market , Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bolewsko and son ( litrl w < re vliltlng from Saturday In Monday nt Hastings , win ro the oldeM boy In in I lie stuto hnnpttal. T. 1) I'riicon , who has boon conflnod to tint liotiso on uncoil lit of throat tioublu for about ten days , wan on the H tree I again Tuesday , done up In fur. Mm. llnnry MuHsnian , Jr.of Valley product wan glvon ublg surprise party .Sunday by neighbors and friends , the occasion bulng her 2'Jnd birthday. I Niter Hrnohulsnn , who lum been pros pecting fortiliout I 'J y cats in Alaska , Hritlsh Columbia and Montana , IH visiting - ing with IIH ! Hlstors , Miss M//lo , nnd MIM. l-illlo Scott. Mrs. T. Oiirriibinc , who has boon visitIng - Ing with her mother-in-law , Mrs. llanna Carrablnu who ban been very sick , returned to her homo in Sioux City Krl- day. Henry Fuohs is treating his house on Depot Htroot to a now coat of paint , The building is occupied by Misses Roovld nnd Phipps with their drotm making parlors. G. W. Day arrived from .TofVorson , Iowa , Tuesday to visit his HOII , W. 0. Day , andto , shako handtt with his third little grandson who mada his appear- anoo at the railroad Htatlon last week. A. H. Gardolw oiuno over from I Turl ington Tuesday to visit his parents , and Wednesday ho and John SandorH , the miller , wont to Winsldo where they intend - tend to start n ( lour and food store. Mrs , Alex Reeves who hag boon visit- , ug for about four months with relatives ii North Carolina and Virginia , and who waH very sick while there , returned lomo Saturday. She was accompanied > y her brother Lee , who will make an extended visit liore. Oysters , direct from Baltimore , at Kanll'nmn'H. Mitchcll-Aslicr. A pretty wedding took place at the loino of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Asher on west Philip avenue last evening at "i:80 : , when their daughter , Miss Laura U. , was married to Mr. L. II. Mitchell of Meadow Grove in the presence of ibout 25 guests , hy Huv. J. R. Ramsey of Meadow Grovo. The house was nicely decorated and a profusion of lowers beautified the parlors. The jride was dressed in pearl gray silk and wore oraugo blossoms. Shu was at tended by bar sister , Mrs. M. Heals , who wore a dross of pink nnd white valour silk. The groomsman was Mr. O. S. Pritchard of Meadow Grovo. After the ceremony the guests sat down to a generous supper of the deli cacies of the season. The contracting parties received many beautiful and .orvieablo . gifts from their guests and frionds. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell will leave for a wedding trip in the west after which they will return to Meadow Grove where they will make their future homo. Mr. Mitchell is a painter of irtistio ability and is highly spoken of by his frionds. The bride has lately boon iu the dressmaking business nt Meadow Grove and Tildon , but formerly lived in Norfolk with her parents. She lias numerous friends in the throe towns. They will unite in extending licarty congratulations. If you want your money's worth goto the Boo Hive. Four Personally Conducted Excur sions From Omaha To California With Choice Of Routes. These excursions leave Omaha every Wednesday , Thursday , Friday and Sat urday at 4:25 : p. in. , iu Pullman Tourist Sleeping Cars. The cars are accom panied all the way by conductors skilled in the service of excursion patties. The Union Pacific is the only line from Omaha running four excursions to Cali fornia every week. These excursions can bo joined at any point onroute. For full information call on or address J. P. . ELSEPFEK. AGENT For Sale or Trade for City Property. 320 acres in Wallown county , Oregon , in the best valley iu the state , in the timber belt. Located on the Grand Round river. Will trade for land or city property , nhtl pay the difference. Title perfect , nud property clear. Price $12 50 per acre. G.VBDXER & SEILEII. Dr. F. G. Walters. Ofllco over Baum Bros. ' store. Oillco telephone 18 Resi dence 175. PERSONAL. Hurt Milieu p.xld . a biHlnoss visit to Tildun lust night. Miss Minnis Klealwrgo of Grand Island IH visiting her Mister , Mrs. W. 7t. King. Messrs. W. M Hobnrtson and A. J , Durliuid returned yesterday from a trip through Knox county. Mrs. I'rltohnrd , Mrs. Knddorimd Minn Mills of Meadow drove came down to attend the Mitchell-Ashor wedding last night. Oovornor-olool Mlokoypussod through the city today on his w.iy cast from Hpringvlow , whore ho had biiun visiting his HOII. County Surveyor W. H. Lowe IIIIH re turned from Meadow drove , whuro ho has boon doing some surveying during the past week. 1 F. J. Halo of Mattlo Crook wan In the city this morning on bin way homo from Verdlgro , where ho has boon buying n carload of mulon. Mrs. Paul ICuro and son , Paul , loft this morning for their home In Lyons , after ft wook'H visit with relatives. They came over to attend the celebra tion of August Karo'H birthday whloh took place at his homo last Sunday. Dr. R. A. MlttloBtadt , dentist , Bishop block. Telephone 147 A. Sturgeon is the pmno man. Thu days of the hurriedly thrown together - gothor clap trap play , poorly acted and deplorably equipped us to scenery and accessories , have gone by. The theater going publlo now demands perfection in every part and detail of the perform ance. This is said to have boon accom plished in "A Hunch of Koy.s" which will ho glvon production at the Audi torium on next Friday , November 21. This comedy ought to fill the house from pit to dome IIH it includes some of the best known specialty artists , who give the latest high oluss novelties ; nsldo from this the comedy itself in well written , having an interesting plot which is carried through the ontiru throe acts. The humor is clean and bright and thorc are many funny scones \nd situations as well as brilliant of- focts. Merriment will reign supreme at the Auditorium on Friday , November 21 , when the jolly .farce comedy , "A Bunch of Keys" will bo pnmontod. This is a comedy skit that is not handi capped by any amount of story or plot although containing enough to horvo as a thread npon which has boon olovorly strung numerous clover specialties , n lot of tuneful music , up-to-dato topical songs , nnd some funny hconos and oli- maxos , while the cast is said to 1m with out doubt ono of the strongest over soon in a similar organization. FORGE WASTED The highest authorities say tliut the amount of nervous energy used iu overcoming eye defects is enormous. This gives cause for headaches - aches , di//.inos.sand other pain ful and distressing symptoms. The remedy for this is lenses that will correct the eyedefect and stop the constant strain. Which will it bo , headache or glasses ? Glasses Relieve Eye Strain , Banks are steadily reducing their interest rate on deposits , but wo can still let you have good FARM LOANS at from 5 to 6 Per Cent interest , payable somi-auuually , and suggest that you get farm loans while you can at the present rates. THE DURLAND TRUST GO. Our Stock of RETORT OAKS. . . is running low. We have sold more this season than ever before. G. E. MOORE.