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TlfENOllFOLK NEWS : J RIIAY , JUN'K 12 , 1003.
THE OXNARD HAS 1IKKN Remodelled , Tli rou ( ill out Under the now owmwhlp n Complete Now Service has boon In- dialled. Hvcry modern convenience Now Cnrpct5 , New Decorations , New I'tinilture. I , A. BARTHOLOMEW , Owner , C. II , VAIL , Manager , DR. N. J. HOAGLAND Osteopntlilc Physician. Ilinn M Imtlt nonto nnil rlinmlo uwo fiiltj trouted wlthoiil line of dru it < " ' KMUO , Olllco nt rnfttdoiico , KM Nortli Wilt Hlront. IMioiio. No. I.M XonroMi MRS. MOORE , Lnto of Ontiilni , has opened DroHHinnkliiR Pnrlorn ut In r realtlutico , roriu-r Third St. and Philip Avo. Wedding , nnd Evening Drt-M-eR u Specialty. All work gnnrautcuil , Prices reasonable. THIS IS THE FLOUR THAT MAKES THE BREAD THAT MAKES THE MAN who oats it a honlthy and vigorous specimen of humankind. It's good for women and the little once , alco , It's iintno ? The strength supplying Bon Ton brand , known far and wide OH the v ry essence of the host grades of uhcat that ami , ruin and n peed soil niodnco. Keep the name of the brand , lion Ton ( lour , in your mind's eye. Sugar Gity Cereal jVlills. Mrs , Sadie Hart Miller OSTEOPBTHIC PHVSICIflN. Graduate of American School ofOfltoo- pa thy , under founder of the scionoo. Residence aud olllce , 1)07 ) Madison Ave , Hours irom I ) a.m. to 4 p. in. W.H.RISH . . , Plumbing , Steam and Hot Water Fitting. , , , .A11 Kinds of Pumps. . , , YOUR WORK SOLICITED. 'Phono No. 97. Pay for what you gob. Got what , you pay for. Open night and Jay. Regular 25o Meal , 1 moat order , nerved from 0:00 to 0:00 a. in. , 11 : ! )0 to 2 KX ) p. m. , 5:30 : to 9 flO p. ni. E P. WANTED s-FOR NEBRASKA NATIONAL Guard. AMo-bodtod unmarried men between HKes of 21 and S. > ; citltena of the United States of good character and tompernto hab its , who can speak , road and write KiiRltsu. For iuformat'on apply to i heeler A. Fuller , Cnptninml Ko t. Infantry , Commanding Co. "L , " 101 S. 4th St. , Norfolk , Neb. PERSONAL. E. A. Bullock was in Sioux City yes terday. Herbert Moroy and wife are in th city from Pierce. "W. M. Ralnbolt waa in Madison yes terday on business. Mrs. F. W. Jnuoman was in the city yesterday from Madison. Miss Gertrude Trent is in the city from Stanton to buy a piano. J. B. Maylard is able to be at his desk again for a short time each day. William Kost has returned from a business trip to Los Angeles , Col. William Krotter is in the city from Ktowart , whom lui is engaged In the tel oplionn hiiNlncHR. John Knuit7. accompanied tlio re main * of tlio boy who WIIH drowned , to tlio homo of his father In Omaha , yen- tonlay , Mr and Mm. Alfred Odborn wont to Plorco tlilH morning to vlnit their HOD , Dr. Frank , who Inlet * Dr. Prlngto'H practice for four montlm only , during tlio ivhmmco of the latter , who is in Now York Inking a post graduate oouno , Dr. U. A. MlttloHtadt , dentist , Bishop block , Telephone GO , The lloo Hive has bargains in every department. 1'lckurol , catfish , trout at Karo'n Friday. A MONSTER PICKEREL Asa K. Leonard Takes One at Ewlnpj That Weighs Ton Pounds. Asn K Leonard In entitled to the pleoatorlal championship for gamoy ( tali- Ing for thin Hprlng If not for several MprlngR , having brought homo a pickerel tiiut tips tlio Hcalos at lacking hut two ounces of ton pounds , and is termed a "whale" by those who have had the privilege of seeing it. In company with Harry Lodor , Mr. Leonard wont to ono of the lakes near ISwlng yoatorday and returned this morning with the monster flflh in his posBOHsion , as proud of the achievement HH any true sportsman dared bo. For tackle ho had a small jointed bamboo polo and silk line , neither of which looks strong enough to land a one- pounder and the halt used was the ordi nary trolling spoon. The pickerel made the strike and carried the spoon across tlio pond at a rapid rate , but wan played on tlio reel uutll exhausted when the big follow waa easily landed. The big fish is ill inches in length and weighs exactly nine pounds and fourteen ounces. While Mr. Leonard was confident in the belief that ho landed a pickerel and those who saw it were impressed with the name belief no loss an authority than Dr. J. II , Maokay comes forward with the asaortiou that the monster is a inuskollungo and gives the point of dlf- foronco between the two animals , one of which is that the jaw of the inuskol lunge is triangular while that of the pickerel is nicely rounded. Muslcol lunge or pickerel , Mr. Leonard is satis- lied that ho caught a gcod ouo and his frinnds are unanimously agreed on that point. Two hundred head range horses , 15.00 per head , on board cars at Tilford , S. D. All colts from 1M thrown in. For sale by G. R. Seller Norfolk. NEWS VOTING CONTEST. Standings as Recorded up Till Noon Today. Following is the vote at noon today : airs. Elsie Desmond , Norfolk 8853 Miss Lucy Shaffer , South Norfolk 8507 Miss Maud Taunehlll , Waruorvillo 425 Miss May Durland 101 Miss Gertrude Noilson , Norfolk. 05 MUs Jennie Avery , Battle Crook . 53 Miss Anna Zuolow , Norfolk 1 Miss Mary Horisky .Norfolk. . . . 1 MIES Kathryuo Sissou , Norfolk. , 1 Miss Nellie Sohwonk , Norfolk. . . 1 Restaurant for Bale. Call at NEWS oillco. SOCIALLY SPEAKING. Ladies' Afternoon. Mrs. J. T. Thompson and Mrs. L. Ses sions were again at homo to a largo number of ladles yesterday afternoon. Miss Frances Davenport sang a pretty solo , oa a feature of the afternoon's pleasure. Supper was served at 0. Haaso-Hellormnn. At o'clock last evening , in St. Paul's Lutheran church , Julius Haase and Mips Martha Hollermau were married , Rev. William Hooltzel performing the ceremony. The young couple left this morning for a trip to Marshdold , Wis. , and will bo at homo in South Eighth xtreot upon their return. Boating Party. A delightful boating party was given last night by Mrs. 0. W. Intkoop for her daughter , Miss Mabel luskeop , as a birthday surprise. A largo number of ouug pcoplo enjoyed the fun and an xcoptioually pleasant evening was made of it. Guests were conveyed to ho First street bridge on the Northfork n a carry-all , and at S o'clock began the rip up stream. The big round moon came out clear and bright and gave deal conditions for the boatfolk. Man dolins and guitars were used with good effect on the way. A few miles up the : mrty lauded and spout an hour about a camp flro. Returning , the guests wore served with delicious refreshments in a down town restaurant , after which the lunch room of the cafe was cleared aud an extemporaneous hop indulged in , as a fitting finale to the evening's pleasure. Karo. Wo have several five-acre tracts oi first class laud adjoining the new yah and shop grounds of the O. & N. W. R R. for sale at reasonable prices and on favorable terms. TRACY & DURLAND. Th e Northwestern Line Summer Excursion Rates , Excursion tickets will be sold daily from Juno 1 , uutil September 30 , 1903 , to Hot Springs , S. D. ; Rapid City , S. D. ; Deadwood and Lead , S. D. , and Casper , Wyo ; also to Denver , Colorado Springs , Pueblo , and Glenwood Springs , Col. , aud Salt Lake City and Ogden , Utah , at greatoly reduced rates for the round trip , with final return limit October 31 , 1903. For further particulars see H. 0. MATRAU , Agent. Old Wcgncr Livery Has Been Remodelled For Them. TRACK WILL BE KEPT HOT NOW A Dozen Blooded Animals Will bo Worked out In Norfolk During the Rest of the Season Stoppers as "Speedy as a Ghost. " Interest in fant liono flesh and Its possibilities In Norfolk for thin summer , IH on the inorcano and the beginning of ni'xt week will nee a movement along this line that has boon unknown for many yearn. A number of horsemen of the oily are beginning to work out their animals , the wet weather having placed the track in bad shape for nome time past. A now stublo to bo uflcd by racers ox- cluslvfly , hiiR been arranged in the old Wi'gnnr burns , in North Third street. The stopper * of W. II Johnton , J. W. Edward" , Walter Vail , J. W. Davis and likely of Pierce men , will be kept hero , Tno building hiiR boon fashioned in a model way , with box stalls for the blooded animals , nud'has boon fitted with a neat nlllco , harness room and other conveniences , Some excellent horses will bo in the stabloH , with promise of interest. The track is located but a short distauoo awny , so that no hotter arrangement could bo hoped for. Seine of the animals in the stables will bo : Eathryn , a black pacer by Phil Kearney , dam Roxlo Gold Dust dam of Happy May 2:2 : ( ; Rod Roxlo , by Rod Gauiolian , dam Roxio Gold Dnst. Those belong to W. H. Johnson. Thou there are the animals nf J. W. Edwards Gauiolia , by Gamollan sire of Game Cook 2OSKi : dam Vlokslo by Duraugo and dam of May Done 2:1JJJ : ; and the other , a stallion , Red Gauibetta , uy"Gamollan , dam Yioksio. Some of the goers are said to bo as "speedy as a ghost" aud Norfolk mny expect something good this season. Walter Vail will also stall his fine horses hero. Dr. J. H. Mackay will work a 3 voar- old filly by Blllionrir by Millionair by Happy Medium dam of Billionair by Romulus by Ralston by Hamlltoninn 10 ; dam of filly by Brgadier by Autar. Fresh fish of all kinds at Karo's Friday. SOME PECULIAR LETTERS SENT. Postoffico Gets up Against Pretty Hard Propositions. "You would bo surprised , " said the mnn in the postofllco , "at the number of letters wo got without any address upon thorn , at all. Scorns of envelopes come into the ollico without the sign of a scratch on the outside , and hundreds moro without a return cord. Not loner ago a blank envelope was dropped into the dog house the dot ; house is the box at the front of the oillco where letters are dropped with a letter inside. By holding it up to the light , wo could make out there was a money order drawn to a man in an Iowa town , so the thing was scut and reached its destina tion in good Bhapo. "Another peculiar letter waa sent to Sioux City , with a draft for $250 in it. The addressee could not bo found. The letter had no return card , was sent back to this ofllco , then to the dead letter department , returned to us with in structions to give it to the writer. By that time the writer , who happened to bo an Italian podlor , had loft the city so his draft went into Washington again , and the $250 with it. " Spring chickens. Karo. Dr. F. G. Walters succeeds to the practice of Dr. Kiosau. 'Phone , office aud residence 18. THEY ARE SHORT OF BRICK , Work at the Government Building is Draggl ng for Their Lack. Six carloads of limestone stand on the tracks , ready tor the government build ing. Just now Superintendent Wil liams is having trouble to got ordinary brick , and this delay is making things merely move and that's about all , at the building. Mr. Williams was in Pierce yesterday and placed an order with a brick maker of that town. He lopes to have the scarcity overcome within a few days , when the building will begin to get along fast once more. H off man & Viele will frame high school diplomas and eighth grade cer tificates at half price from Monday , Juno 8 , to June 1G. Special Summer Tourist Rates To points iuWiscousin and on Lake Superior on the O. , St. P. , M. & O. railway one fare plus $3. Tickets on sale Jmno 1 to Sept. 30 , good to return October 31. For full particulars apply to J. B. ELSEFFER , Agent. If anything of importance happens in the world today yon read it in tonight's NEWS. Tomorrow morning the big dailies have it. For An Ideal Vacation. Near every settlement of importance in the mountain regions of the West are deep canons wherein the people at homo , as well as those from abroad , seek , in the summer season , the cool * ness and pleasure of camp life. High up the mountain side , on the shores of mountain lakes , or on the banks of mountain streams , summer hotels are conducted for the convenience of those who prefer to have all of the recreation and none of the labor incident to sum mering in the mountains. It may be said that wherever there la a mountain in Colorado or Utah there in also an intoroHtltig canon , mid the sonrohir for a Hpot in which to numiiior will IIml 110 dllUoulty intuiting hlu tuato , no matter low critical it may bu. To nimble persons to renoh thono fa- DOUR pleasure resorts , the Union L'uclflo IIIR put in ( Ifout flummor excursion niton lower then over made boforo. Full information cheerfully furnished on application to J. B. Euir.FKKit , Agent. "BUSINESSMAN" GETS A REPLY Real Facts of the Matter Make Him Out a Chronic "Kicker. " Norfo.k , Juno la. Editor NEWS : It would nut Do uocoBsary to reply .to tlio person who advertised in a reuout issue of Tin : NKWS hlo regrets that ho con tributed to the Ilobmson funeral train it the statement did not misrepresent the Huutlmeut of the community and give the town uupleaouut udvoi using whuru the iucts ate unknown. Thuie wuro no "ooutrilmtiuiid" ami no "hold up" nuloss it was by the lallroad. The i/.oiit ) ot Norfolk uxproHHUU a duuiro to attuiui tlio muunil mid wltjhud to gut a Hpuciiil trulu. To gut suoh a triiiu re- quirud a guurauttu.oH $100. A low of uu went urouud to bell the 107 tickets lor the guarantee in advance and wo mot with a htarty response o very where ic was simpiy u business transaction as the same turu would buy u special as we would pay on tht > regular trains , but it was work to see a lot of people aud explain the pluii uud train uunuaulo mid it involved moro to business inou to ar- ruiigo their bublnocs .to get away than the paltry ninety could your correspond out misses. By the vay if yon will pro duce him I will indemnify him for his loss as I was interested in selling the tickets. I sold about seventy aud what struck mo most forcibly was not that uiti/.oua considered it a nold up but the uuivursal teeliug of sorrow and an eager willingness of uveryouo I spoke to to pny a lilting tribute to the honored dead There wore 100 tickets sold when the train wus rtndy to leave which left seven tickets to bo made good , I1 or luuatoly the train was delayed and late arrivals from the west took up the bal ance and four extra , all of which of course wont to the company. There were some ten pernous who bought one way tickets which did not count on the guarantee. No one was forced to go and the fact . .that so many reproseuia- live cm7.0118 of all clashes did go dues not appear as if there was any hold up. The presidents of both Chunks and the ex-prusideut of one , about every mem ber of the legal bar went , six physician * , merchants , laboring men , the colored people sent a delegation , railway men , farmers aud mechanics all helped to swell the crowd , which looks as if it wuro a spontaneous rather than a drummed up delegation. I feel that I am expressing the sentiments of the who made up thut cortege when I Hay that with one exception not a person regrets today havi g joined the proces sion that performed tue last End rites over the mortal renutius of our late friend aud neighbor John S. Robinson. J. H. MACKAY. A new and oouiploto Hue of ladies and childrous' shoes , at prices thut can't bo boat. The ieo Hive. Dress And Walking Skirts. Just in New styles in walking skirts , and mohuir , neatly trimmed , price $5.50 up. up.Train and demi-train skirts , voiles and etamluos , prices $10.50 up. Mus. J. BENSON , South Sixteenth street , Omaha , Nob. RAILROADTJiTABLES , Chicago aud Northwestern. NORFOLK CITY STATION EAST. ABRITE. DKPABT. Omaha Passenger fl:03 : a m. . 6:03 : a m Verdlgro Way FrolgUt 7:10pm Bouestsol Freight , 0:00 : pm NORTH. VerdlRte Way Freight H'lOam. . 8:15 nm Uonostool Passenger 12:50 p m..12:50 p m NORFOLK JUNCTION STATION. EAST. ARRITE. DEPAKT. * OmnUa Puea , , mnln lino. . . 6:05 : a m Omaha Passenger , iJouo- xteel line 6:10 am. . 6:30 : am Chicago Limited 12:20 p m. . 12:40 p m * \Vny Freight , main line. . . 6(5 p m Stock Freight , mainline. . . 9:30 : pm * Way Fr'ght , Ilonoatcel line 7:20 : p m Hoiieeteol Freight , Hone- steal line 0:15 : pm WEST. 'Way ' Freight , main line. . . 7:00 am 'Verdigra ' KrolRht 8:00 : a m Bonesteel Passenger 11:55 : a m. . 12 : < 0 pm Long Pine Passenger 1120pm Wajr Freight , main line . . . 5:50 : p m Black Hills Passenger 7:30 pm. . 7:50 : pm Freight trains are liable to be annuled with out totlce , they do not come to station plat forms aud some do not carry baggage. Jr- > H. C. MAIRAU. Agent. Union I'aolilo , EAST. DEPART. Columbus Accommodation 3:30 : p m Omaha , Denver and Pacific Coast 10:50 : a m MOUTH. ARRIVE. Columbus Accommodation 11:45 : a m Omaha , Denver ami Pacific Coast 9:15 p m Connects at Norfolk with U.d : N , W. . going west and north , and with the C , St P , M. < t O. for points north and east. J. I ) . ELSEFFEU , Agent. Chicago , St. Puul , Minneapolis and Omaha BOOTH DEPAUT. Slonx Cltr and Omaha Passenger. . . 6SOam : Sioux City Passenger l:00pm : WEST. ARRIVE. Sioux City Passenger 10:50 : a m Sioux City and Omaha Passenger 7:25 : pm Connects at Norfolk with C. & N. W. , going west and north , and with the D , P. for point south. J , B. ELSEFFEU , Agent. * i aily except Sunday , BUSINESS DIRECTORY , J. B. HERMANN , CONTRACTOR and BUILDER No. 117 Fourth Street. INSKEEP'S MILLINERY Cheapest and Uest. Norfolk Avenue. J.W.EDWARD THE Corner of Rraasc Are. and Fourth . . . . , . . . .R Way Below Freezing and Still Frozen \VB HAVE NOT OPENED AN ICE CREAK PARLOR VET , BUT WB ARE STILL liBADQUATBRS FOR ICE CREAAl FREEZERS. 4 Quart Peerless Iceland Freezer $ 1.50 4 Quart Arctic Freezer , warranted - 2.25 4 Quart White Mountain Freezer , S 2.75 JOHN FRIDAY , The Leader In Hardware. , W. H. BUOHOLZ. President. Norfolk ALEX. BEAR , Vice President. E. W. ZUTZ , Cashier. National Bank The Oldest Established Bank in Northeast Nebraska. Capital , $100,000.00 , Surplus , $20,000.00 , ! ! DOCS a General BnyB andSells Exchange. Interest Paid . on Time Deposits. Drafts nnd Money Banking Business Orders Soldon any Point in Europe. A : : General Steamship and Foreign Passage Buslness Transacted. ! e > * > < sx s > < s > s > < ssxs > $ > < s , * Get What You Ask for at. . . GROCERY ALL. ORDERS are Filled Promptly and with Care. Our U goods are FIRST-CLASS in every particular. We know precisely - cisely what is wanted by our customers. We Aim to Give You the Best Value for Your Money , South Side flaln St. , between 2d and 3d. Telephone No. 41. & < $ < § > < § > < § > < S > S > 34 > < S > < 3 > < § > ' < 8 > < $ < < < 3 > a. A. LUIKART , PRESIDENT. W. H. JOHNSON , CABHIEB CIIAS. S. HRIDQE , Vice LEO PASEWALK , ASS'T CASHIER The Citizens National Bank. CAPITAL , $50,000. SUKPUJS , $10,000. Buy and Soil Exchange on this Country and nil parts of Europe. Farm Loans. DIRECTORS CARL Assius W. H. JonNsox CIIAS. S. BRIDOB F. HcGivcnv C. M. SWANK Q. A. LUIKAUT T. F. MEMMIXOER L. SESSIONS O O C. W. BRAASCH , COAL ! Sweetwater Rock Spring. Scranton Hard Goal. 'PHONE 61. The Northwestern LINE ONLYDOUBLE DOUBLE TRACK Railroad between fllssourl River and Chicago. Direct line to St. Paul-Min neapolis. Direct line to Black Hills. Apply to nearest agent for rates , maps and time Cards. ROGERS STAIHFLOOn FINISH Stains and finhhea floors atone ono operation. Ho Ud Do Oil ! llo Wai ! Easily applied and dries over night so it can bo used next morning. Hakes Pine floors look like tlardtfooi Whether Fainted or not. EQUALLY GOOD FOR HARDWOOD FLOORS ! Ask us for Booklet on Treatment of Floors. MinuUctured by Detroit White Lead Works , C and * old by Dealers & Jobbers Generally . . . .TRY. . . . THE . NEWS UP-TO-DATE PRINTING. O O r MILLARD GREEN , IRAY AND TRANSFER LINE PIANO MOVING A SPEOIATY. 1THONE 1 58 ? Calls Answerei NOW BEADY The Many Adventureslof FOXY GRANDPA Including all themorry pictures con tained in the two volumes , entitled "Adventures of Foxy Qraudpa" and "Further Adventures of Foxy Grandpa - pa- " paMr. Mr. Bchnltze | nnld to mo one day at lunch : "What do yon think of a series of comlo drawings dealing with a grand father and his two grandsons ? " "Let the grandfather be the clever one of the trio. In most of the other cases the young folk have boon smarter than the old people upon whom they played their Jokes , Let s reverse it. " The next morning he came to my of fice with sketches for half a dozen series , and with the name "Foxy Grand pa" in his head. The SUCCORS of the series in the New York Herald was instantaneous , for who has not heard of "Foxy Grandpa" and"Bnnny1" The Jolly old gentleman , dear to grown people as well as children , might almost bo called the Mr , Pickwick of comic pictures. pictures.EDWARD EDWARD MARSHALL. To Grandfathers Who Are And To Those Who Are To He , I Merrily Dedicate This Book. "BUNNY. " Sent postage paid on receipt of ONE DOLLAR in currency or postal order ; no checks received. L. R. HAMEKSLEY CO. 49 Wall Street , Now York.