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10 THE NORFOLK JS'KWS : U1UDAY , MAY 22 , UJ03 ,
Biseoant Sale 20 Per Cent. OXFORDS BEGINNING BHHMAIHHBiHHHOM WB ' * * * 1" Jloney Saving 20 Per Cent. SFTTURDMY , Wo will make a 20 PER CENT DISCOUNT on all Women's , Misses' and Children's Oxfords. Now is the proper time to purchase while in season. We do not wait until winter to offer Bargains in Summer Goods. Our stock is entirely new and first-class. OXFORDS. OXFORDS , Regular Price $ 1.25 , go at $1.00 OXFORDS , Regular Price $1.50 , go at $1.20 OXFORDS , Regular Price $2.00 , go at $1.60 OXFORDS , Regular Price $2.50 , go at $2.00 OXFORDS , Regular Price $3.00 , go at $2.40 OXFORDS , Regular Price $3.50 , go at $2.80 SANDAL5. Full line of Ladies' Sandals go at 20 Per Cent Discount. BROKEN LINES. We also have many Broken Lines of Men's , Women's , Misses' and Children's Shoes , which we will sell very cheap. H This Sale is for CASH ONLY , as the Cash is what we need. GWERHiG PinjiO We Give Tickets. THE NORFOLK NEWS W. N. UUSE , Publisher. 1)A1 LY. [ Established 1SS7. ] . Every day except Smulny. Hy carrier vor -week , i5 cents , lly mull per year , $0.00. WKFKIA" NUWS-JOUUNAI. . 10 OW88 " ' ' > Tilo'journal , established , 1817. Every Friday. Hy mall per year , $1.50. Bi'KClAfc NOTlCK.-Aihm > co subscriptions to the NK\vs-JounNAL will bo taken until October 18 nt the rate of .W per year. Old snb. eoribors may have tlio bouollt of this rate by aj Inc arroaraRos to date ut the rcKular sub- Bcriptiou price and ono year In advance , ims eiwcial ollor will bo withdrawn October 10. linterod at the ixistottlco at Norfolk , Nob. , us eocond class matter. , tTolophonos : Editorial Department , No. 22. liueluoss Olllco anil Job Rooms , No. 3 : . With tea feet of snow in portions of Montana and fifteen inches of "tho beautiful" in Oauada , Nebraska should be good enough for Nebraskaus. Stand up for Nebraska. The corn crop is not yet assured but it'a almost certain that it will reach the roasting ear otago , which will bo satis factory to the human consumers of the crop if not to the lower animals. Norfolk will entertain thousands of ylflitors on the occasion of the state firemen's tournament July 21 , 22 , and 23 , and will do it right. Plans are formed for the greatest tournament - nament in the history of the association and no firemen or other person can af ford to miss it. The World-Herald some time ago found that Lincoln was a popular execu tive and has but recently discovered that the late ex-President Harrison was of the Bamo class. In a few years MoKinley will bo given a place of honor in that ofllco , but it will probably take eomo time for the World-Herald to catoh up with history while it is mak ing and honor republican presidents while they are alive and in power. "When it has advanced to that position the World-Herald may bo considered as fully redeemed. Mr. Bryan says that "the tariff is always revised in the interest of its ben efioiaries , " and the chief difference be tween republican and democratic re visions is that the beneficiaries unde the republican program ore so much more numerous than those assisted by the democratic plan. The republican revision helped all the people of the country to greater or less degree while the democratic beneficiaries were confined to those who had money enough to do a brokerage and mort gage business and acquire valuabl property from the people distressed fo A more song. " THE PfiHGE SflOE STOW , STAPENHORST & CO. , Norfolk , Neb ? THE MARKETS , Closing ; Prices of Produce in Chicago Today. Chicago , May 23. Special to The News : Following are the closing prices on Chicago market today : Wheat Cash , 78 ; July 73 % ; Sop- toinhor , 71. Corn Cnsh , 44St , ; July , 4-1 % ; Sop- tomb jr , 4-1 'j , . Oats Cash , 80 % ; July , 88 % ; Septem ber , 80J . Yesterday's Quotations. CO , AUy 21. Wheat"wn weak throughout tlie session , closing prices bolug new th low point , July showing a lots of lttH4 . Com opened ottudy , but Boon fall th * luflOMice of wheat prices anil closed boot steady at a. ilccllns tor Juljr of Hi ! K - Oats allowed a Ions of IVWJl c , while provlslona w rt off 7M/3 3Mi . Closing price * : Wheat M JF , TS c ; Julj , TO j SopC , 7X > % . Cora-Way , 44cj July , 44Hc ; Sept. , 44c. Oat * May , IKJc ; Jnly , aOHe ; Bopt. , 30-Hc. I'orlH-Mtty , $18.00 ; July , 17.50 ; Bopt. , 10.70 Port May , * 8.83 ; July , $8.02 ; Sapt. , $ & 02 Rlba May , $0.02 ; July , (0.40 ; Sept. , ( O.SC Chicago Cash Prices No. 2 rod wheat , SOQSlc ; No. 8 ml wheat , 73T8c ; No. 2 spring wheat , SOVjS lc ; No. 3 Bpflng wheat , T5 < B&oy * : ; No. 2 hard wheat , 75W8c ; No. 3 bard wheat , 73 < Q78c ; No. 2 cash com , -J5Q 45Ho ; No. 3 cash corn , 44W33c ; No. 2 yoilow corn , 4T\i < 3-7V4c ; No. 3 yellow corn , 4647c ; No. 2 ctuli oats , S3a33Ho ; No. 2 white oats , 3SQ3Si c ; No. 3 whit * oats , 30 < 238c. Application fur liliiaor License. Matter of application of Sam Schnei der for a liquor license. Notlco is hereby Riven that Sam Schneider did on the 8th day of May , 1003 , file his application to the village clerk of Meadow Grove , Nebraska , for a icenso to sell malt , spirituous and vin ous liquors at Meadow Grove , Nebraska , from the 22ud day of May , 1003 , to the 1st day of May , 1003 , at his place of Dusinoss in block 4 , Meadow Grove , Ne braska. If there Is no objection , remonstrance or protest filed within two weeks from the 8th day of May , 1003 , the Bald 11- oeuso will bo granted.O. . O. S. PmcnAitD , Village Olerk. Two hundred head range horses , $35.00 per head' on board cars atTilford , S. D. All colts from 1003 thrown in. For sale by G. R. Seller , Norfolk. Proclamation For Special County Election on Juno 2 , 1003. Notice is hereby given to the lega voters of Madison county , Nebraska that In accordance with a rosolutioi passed by the county commissioners o Madison county , Nebraska , on the 23rd day of April , 1003 , a special election will bo hold in said Mndlsou county on the 2nd day of Juno , 1003 , at which election there will be submitted to the vote of the legal voters of the said Madison county , Nebraska , the follow Ing questions and propositions , to-wit Shall the county commissioners o Madison county , and State of Nebraska have the power and authority to issn < the negotiable coupon bonds of said Madison county , Nebraska , to the amount of forty thousand dollars fo the purpose following , to-wit : Twenty thousand dollars of said sum to be ex pended and appropriated in the con struction and erection of four steel span bridges across the Elkhorn river in Madison county , Nebraska , as follows : One across the Elkhorn river , north of the village of Tildou , one across the Elkhoru river north of the village of Battle Greek , one across the Elkhoru river in Valley township In section twenty-seven , one across the Elkhorn river at the foot of Frist street south of the olty of Norfolk ; the re maining twenty thousand dollars to bo expended and appropriated under the direction and supervision of the county commissioners for the improvement of tlio public highways In Madison county , Nebraska , as follows : Thirteen thous and dollars to bo expended on the pub- llo highway running west from the city of Madison between Falrview and Gropn Garden townships , Schoolcraft and Kalamazoo townships , to line run ning north and south east of ueotion thirty-two and five in Emeriok and Shell Greek townihips also , and on public highway running south between lections three and four , nine and cu , sixteen and fifteen , twenty-one and wenty-two , twenty-seven and twenty- Ight , thirty-four and thirty.five to the orporate limits of the village of New man Grove , all In Shell Greek township , all in Madison county , Nebraska. Twenty-five hundred dollars on public highways connecting from the north and south with said public highway running west from the said city of Mad- son ; two thousand dollars to bo ex pended on public highway running north and touth beginning north of the main public highway , running west from the city of Madison and running north between Sohoolcraft and Fair * view townships , Highland and Battle Dreek townships , Deer Creek and Valley iownships to the county Hue between Pierce and Madison counties , and on the public highways connecting from the cast and west with said public high way running north and south ; five hun dred dollars to be expended on the public highways in Highland township , Madison county , Nebraska , and one thousand dollars to bo expended on the public high v ? ay a in Union Greek town ship , Madliou county , Nebraska ; one thousand dollars to bo expended on the public highways in Grove township , Madison county , Nebraska. Said boudt shall bo forty in number , numbered from one to forty inclusive and of the denomination of one thousand dollars each. They shall boar the date of July 1,1003 , and become due and payable twenty years from date , the said county of Madison reserves the right after ten years to pay ouo or more of said bonds out of the sinking fund , when accumu lated , the bonds to bo paid off in the order of their numbering. They shall boar interest at the rate of four and one- half percent ( l % % ) Per annum , payable semi-annually , the first Installment of Interest to be payable on January 1,1004 , and somi-auunally thereafter on July 1 and January 1 of each year , which in terest payments shall bo evidenced by proper coupons attached to each bond and both principal and interest shall be payable at the fiscal agency of the state of Nebraska In the city and state of New York. And shall the county commissioners of the said county of Madison cause to bo levied upon the taxable property of said Madison county , Ne braska , an annual tax sufficient for the payment of the interest on said coupon bonds as it becomes due and after ten years from the date of said bonds shall said county commissioners of said Madi son county , Nebraska , cause to bo levied in addition to all other taxes , on the taxable property of said Madison county , Nebraska , an amount of taxes sufficient to create a sinking fund for the pay ment at maturity of the principal of said bonds. And shall the tax bo con tinued from year to year until the said bonds are fully paid. The ballots at such special election shall bo in the following form , to-wit : Bridge and public " " " "I * M ( W iuv 'UlkS14U highway [ bonds and tax Yes. Bridge * nd public highway bonds and tax No These desiring to vote In favor of the above proposition shall place a cross ( X ) in the iqnare opposite the word "Yes , " and those desiring to vote against sold proposition shall place across ( Xin ) the square opposite the word "No. " In Older to carry said proposition two- thirds of the voters voting at such elec tion must vote In favor of same. The voting places of salcl special elec tion shall be as follows , towit : City of Norfolk , Norfolk precinct , First ward , city hall. City of .Norfolk , Norfolk precinct , Second ward , Ahlman's residence on south Fifth street. City of Norfolk , Norfolk precinct , Third ward , West Side hose house. City of Norfolk , Norfolk precinct , Fourth word , hose house nt Norfolk Junction. Norfolk precinct outside of city of Norfolk , Eisloy building corner of 2nd street and Norfolk avenue. Valley precinct , Ray school house. Deer Greek precinct , Hughes school house. Burnett precinct , Kierstead hall in Tilden , Nebraska. Grove precinct , Mnflley school house. Highland precinct , county poor farm , Battle Greek precinct , Bates old store building in Battle Greek. Warnerville precinct , Warner hall In Warnerville. Union precinct , Snyder blacksmith shop in Madison , Nebraska. Falrview precinct , Red school house. Schoolcraft precinct , Throotmorton school house. Emerlck precinct , West Emerlck school house. Shell Greek precinct , engine house in Newman Grove. Kalamazoo precinct , Jenkins sohoo house. , Green Garden precinct , Schmidt school house. ' Madison precinct outside of city of Madison , G. A. R. hall in city of Madi son. son.Madison Madison olty In Madison precinct city hall. r The polls at the election hereby callot will be opened at eight o'clock in the forenoon and continue until six o'clock In the evening of said 2nd day of June 1003. 1003.By order of the board of county com missloners this 23rd day of April , 1003 H. W. WINTEK , S. J , FlNNKQAN , OimisT SCHMIDT , Board of county commissioners. O o OPEfl ElfEJlUlGS Until 9:00 o'clock. Get What You Ask for at. . . J GROCERY ALL ORDERS are Pilled Promptly and with Care. Our goods are FIRST-CLASS In every particular. We know pre cisely what Is wanted by our customers. We Aim to Give You the Best Value for Your Money , South Side Halo St. , between 2d and 3d. Telephone No. 41. C. W. BRAASCH , COAL ! Sweetwater Eock Spring. Scranton Hard Goal , 'PHONE 81. O o r SUBSCRIBER'S BALLOT. The Norfolk News : Enclosed find § for subscription to The Norfolk Dally News , The Norfolk Weekly News-Journal , ( Erase Ono Not Wanted. ) With it I cost votes for ( of Nebraska , as my choice in The News Horse and Buggy Contest. Received above amount. FREE VOTE. The Norfolk News Popular Prize Contest , I hereby vote for ° ' Nebraska , as my choice in The Norfolk News Free Horse and Buggy Contest , ( This Coupon , when clipped from The News and properly filled out counts for ONE VOTE , If deposited before Saturday noon , May 80 , 1003.