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NOUKOI.K NMWS : ] M11IAY ) , AVdl'ST 7 , HIM.
THE OXNARD MAN IlKKN Remodelled Throng hoiiI Under the now ownernhlp it Complolo Now Hrivlen him been In- stalled. Kvery modern rimvoiiloiirit. New Carpel * , Now Decorations , New Furniture. L , A , BARTHOLOMEW , Owner. C. II. VAIL , Manager. A NEW ART NEEDLE STORE Has just , boeii opttnrd by Mrs. losoph Schwarf/ I.'in South Fourth strmt. All soils of Fancy Embroidery Silks , Sofa Cushion Covers , Kto. , are for wilo. A depart menl , also , for HAIR DRESSING , MANICURING , " SHAMPOOING AND FACIAL MASSAGE Embroidery lessons given. Mitn Kiln Sohnnmohor a lnlM in this hraniih. Brainard & Armstrong Silks , FRANK AMBROSE The Harpist Will furnish nnisio for dancing parlies , private parties , oto. Address tlll'J I Nor folk avenue. DR. N. J. HOAGLAND Ostuopatlilc Physician. iiPPH biilli iirutn anil clil'nuld micc'CKur truutml Illniul IIPO of ilniKR or knifo. Olllon i\t ronlilmico , liv.l North KHli Hluvt. Phone , No. U.M Noitroi.h Mrs , Sadie Hart Millet OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. Graduate of Amuripan ehool ofOaiuo pn hy , nndor founder of the KMOIICIV Uoeidonco and otllco , ! I07 Madison Avn. Hours irom 1) ) a.m. to > l p. in. If you have a buggy or vehicle of any hind got your tires ri'sut on ono of Henderson's ' Tire Setting Machines ! It sots tlioin cold. It does the work hi a few minutes timo. It Iteojis the ditih of wheels just right. It does the work perfectly. It is a wonderful im- provoinont over the old mot hod. AUG. PASEWALK. Norfolk , Neb. Armory Hall Second tloor of the O'noy building , corner First Htrwit and Norfolk avonun. This Hall with its splendid lloor , good light and ea-.y approach preach , is now available for Dances , Socials , Fairs oto , etc , For torniH and dates iuquiro of CHESTER A , FULLER , 104 South Fourth Street , NORFOLK , - NEBRASKA. PERSONAL. H. R. Ward has gone to Omaha to spend Sunday. A. Degner was a passenger for Wlsnor this morning. Mrs. C. V. Gibbon of Lincoln is the guest of Mrs. C. F. Shaw. Mrs. J. 1C. Ilutchlnson of Oakdalo was In the city 'ihls morning. O. F. Ullgcr. veterinarian , wont to HogklnR this afternoon on business. MIfMt Uirena Creal loft last ovonliiK for NoliKh for a few days' visit with relatives and friends. Mrs.V. . H. Shippco returned last night from Albion , where she had gone to a'itond the funeral of a friend. Misses Kdna Dtirland and Edith Parker have returned from tholr trip to Boston and other points oast. Miss May Durland Is just now visit ing In Omaha and will return to Nor folk within a day or two. Miss Laura llnrlainl Is still visiting friends and rela.ilhes. Dr. A. MlltloHladt , donllHt , IllMhop block. ToloplmiH. 00. Attention T. P. A. Thorn will ho a mooting of Ilio T. I1. A. . 1'onl Iat the I'acillo hotel par- lorn Kittunlay afternoon atI o'clock All moinhern are roquimlcd Vo ho pICHCIlt. ( ! , 10 Oreeiie , 1'roHldetit. Otto Tapport , Hecrolary. NEWS VOTING CONTEST. Stnndlnuo no Recorded up Till Noon Today. The vote at noon today wan : Mi'H. I'JItdo ' Desmond. NoiTolU. . I7.I50S Miss Lucy Shaffer , Ko. Norfolk. I7..TJI MlHH Miuid Tannuhlll , Warnor- vlllo l.itr.ll . Mrs. ( ' . II. Vail. Ilio Oxnard. . . ILSI Minn .lonnlo AvoryUa'illo Crook , fill AVIi.v .Sfiiiulil WoVorIit \Vork IH aelhlty In nmio plmHn of onr life. I.IIV Is manifested In aotlvl- t.v , and Iniirthlly would be stagnation , which would l ' Tata ) to lift1. In ( In1 universe \vhoro\er thwe IH life there Is activity. Tills IH true In the vegetable , Ilic animal and Ibo human worldn. 'I'lils at'llvlly Is a necessity which rmiH through all organic life , The life that IH not crowned with en nobling \\ork of some kind , either for one's own llvellhiMid or Tor the good ol' others , IH an empty Mfo an nlinornnil life. \\'ork Is natural ; Idleness unnatural. Work builds up , and Inactivity tears down. Idleness IH a violation of onr helm ; , llenee It Is unmoral , There are manifold reasons why we Hhoilld work and no reason why we should not. Those who arc not obliged to lalior for their dally hreail should choose work of Home kind In oh < dlenco to the universal law that we see run ning all creation. lie who was of the opinion ( hut "the man who does not work should not eat" realized Hie demoralizing Iniluenec of a life spent In Idleness. American Queen. IiOiiUcil IilUo llor Fiillii'r'M Work. A certain surgeon had three lex am putation cases In a week. The unusual luunhi'i' of serious and similar opera tions naturally cruised talk In the sur geon's household , and his little dangh- ter WIIH greatly Interested. A few days after the last operation the sijr/joon's / wife and daughter were runinniglng In the attk * . In a trunk was found a daguerreotype depleting a girl of about eight years of ago. The portrait through a peeullarlly of pose showed only one lew of the subject , the other beliiK doubled up under her In a man ner truly feminine. "Whoso picture Is that , mamma ? " asked the surgeon's daughter. "Mine. It was taken when 1 was a child not much older than yon are now. " "Hid you know papa tlicnV" "No , dear. Why do you ask ? " " 1 thought maybe- yon did "cause you've only pit one let , ' . " TinMuni ainilr IIIN rollln. The Macedonian was sent to the Hrooklyn navy yard to have a new nuiHt put Into her. Old .lack Rtaily bossed the yard then , and Captain Hudson was commandant. When the job was llnishcd and the ship was about to sail .lack called on the com mandant. "Captain , " he said , "I've axed you few favors In my time , hut I'm Koln' to bother yon with one now. \Yhen old .lack pies to Davy .limes' locker he wants you to send him below In a box made out of that old mast. Will you do It , sir ? " The mptuln promised. Old Jack died not long after ward , and Hudson was as good as his word. The mast was cut down and sawed Into boards , and the honest soul was burled In a collin made of thorn. Ton 'IVmplluur. Miss Arabella I'avton had Ion , ? since Bald goodby to her youth , but nobody had accused her of doing It with resig nation. " \Vha"t were yon thinking of to start Cousin Arabella off In that merry-go- roundV" asked Mrs. .Icnnlngs at the county fair. She had Just received her dlvw.y and disheveled relative at the end of a trip on the Hying horses. "You needn't look so severe at me , " said Mr. Jennings reproachfully when Cousin Arabella had been deposited on n settee and left to recover her equilib rium. "She heard a woman say the machine was enough to scare anybody out of ten years' growth , and after that she was possessed to ride In It. " Wily to UlMilny 11 TrouNNoaii , An Arabian bride Is arrayed In all her dresses , one over the other. She Is perched on a high stool , so that they all hang down over It , and one by one they are taken off with much display mid admiring comment from the guests. The last is , of course , tlfe most beautiful. The bridegroom Is hidden In some corner where he can see Ids future wife's dowry , which , however , ho may not touch. Servian frm-lty. Tljo Servians have long been notorious rious for the cruelty exercised by them In the punishment of political prison ers , They are conllued In subterranean cells , with just enough air to keep them alive. , The fortress at llolgrado contains a deep well , dating back to Roman times , which Is believed to con tain the skeletons of many of these prisoners. Printers. The News has for Bale 700 to SOO pounds of eight point body typo at 15 cents a nound , In cases or tied up. Cases , $1.00 a pair. . This typo has boon used in tjie colulnns of The News and Is a bargain at the price offered. A Norfolk Barber Shaves a Man in 17,2 Seconds. CUT TIIC RECORD 10.0 SECONDS. U. M. Klnncc Sweeps the Whlnkcrs off the Fncc of Charlie Mnrqunrdt , jr. , In Lc s Time Thnn It Tnkcs to Tell It Mcdnl up. Homollilng nnhpto In the way of a world's record WHS made In Norfolk voHlcrday afternoon when II. M. Kin- HIM' , a 'iotiHorlal arllsl In tin1 shop of f. 10 , Hail ford , shaved Mm faro of Oharllo Manpiardt , jr. It look the harbor Just I7.U Hoeonds aflor HID hlado of his rn/or was set In motion , lo KWeep every single whisker ( hut was on It , ol ! the face of ManpmnK. Ineldonlally II shaved the record tlmo of the world Just 10.8 seconds. The best over done until Mm Nor folk man performed yesterday , was In as seconds , by a barber down In ( ii'orgla. The 1'ollco ( ) a/elto ban a nrl/o cotnpotllloii on for Mils turn , mil Klnneo has will In his tlmo. \ $ af > modal Is offered. Kiunebody will bavo In I'ttrry to heal It. The operation lasted just Ion ; ; "iioiigli for a sharp nr/or lo be drawn down ono cheek , up aiiothor , under ,1m chin and across Ilio upper Up , The time was hop ! by a slop watch. Wanted Two or Ihreo appronMe.oH for fall millinery work. Call at my itoro for particulars. Miss 15. .1. Mender. WARNERVILLE. Mrs. Kri'd Terry is numbered with the Hick. Mrs. Nelllo Miler of Omaha Is vis iting her paronvs , Mr. and Mrs. O. I ) . Munson. Mr. and Mrs. lOiigeno Wheeler ot I'lorco were I ho guests of F. A. Kill- nor and family the llrst of the week. BATTLE CREEK. Clove Reeves watt over from Mad ison Krhlav. T. D. 1'reece sold his dray business to ICd Knorst Monday. Fred llenslon was down from Meadow ( ! mvo I'Yiday. Horn , on the I'.lsl , a ( laughter 'co Mr. and Mrs. Krod I'Jyl. Loren ? Thomsen of Tililua visited his brother M. U , Friday. .laeob Mtiollor In building a now house on his farm on Deer creek. Carl .lohannsen and Manila Thorn- sen were down from Tllden Monday. Rev. Mr. MIesIer of Columbus preached in vho Lutheran church Sunday. A daughter was Lorn to Mr. and Airs. Undolph Hlolch last Saturday morning. lightning killed MUteon head of fat steers belonging to .Inlin Ilughos last Friday night. Fred Koester , clerk in "a drug store at donna , vlsi'ecd with his parents here this week. Mrs. Win. Decker and children of Innian wore visiting nvlatlves lion1 the fore part of the week. ' .1. 11. McAllister , a Holt county ranchman , and brooder of Ualloways. was here on husiiiess Saturday. Goo. W. Losoy went to Innian Sat urday to look after some cattle he has on Maas & . Hrechler's ranch. Henry Stuck wise-It , who lives south east of town , suffered a stroke of pa ralysis , Saturday , bat is getting some belter. C'has. Probst moved into the Sehrel- ber house in Highland park Thurs day , having recently bought tin.- prop erty from Henry Fnchs. Krnost , the ( i-year-old sou of Her man lOylt fell twenty-Vwo feet from a tree while after a bird's nest , and broke his log below the hip. Mrs. F. 11. h. Willis and daughter Miss Jessie , Mr. and Mrs. .lohn Ot'i and Mr. ami Mrs.V. . H. Daniel loft Wednesday for a pleasure trip to I.os Angeles and other points on the I'acillo coast. of ( In- Heart , la wounds of the heart Itself the es cape of blood is never In large quan tity , and the lethal consequences arc tine to the fact that the escape of blood from within its cavity or cavities into the surrounding sae of the pericardium mechanically Interrupts the alternate contraction and expansion by which Us pumping action Is maintained. Ac cordingly the results of the wound of the heart are usually Identical with those of gradual suffocation. Ameri can Medicine. TRANS-CONTINENTAL GATEWAY. A New Book Descriptive of Omaha Is- utd by the North-Western Line. Ono of the most attractive railroad publications that his been seen In quite a whllo Is the booklet descript ive of Omaha , Council muffs and SouthOnioha , now being distributed by the passenger department of the Chicago and North-Western Ry. It Is a very interesting publication , giv ing a mass of Information as to the his torical , civic and commercial growth of the cities named , all gotten up In excellent taste , handsomely Illus trated and bound la an attractive crfver. The North-Wcstorn Line Is to bo complimented on the spirit evidenced In producing this publication , which It la to bo hoped will bo of much value to those cities to wlirwt * Interest the llttlo voltimo IH tlovotod. A copy of the booh may bo scoured on receipt ofcent. . Htiitnp m < nt to II. C. C'hoynoy , ( loiiora ) Ag&ul , 1101 Far- mini HI. , Omaha. G. A. R , National Encampment , Snn F'rnnclico. The : i7th Annual irncanipmont of the ( iraml Army of the Republic will lake place at San Francisco , August 17th to 22d , Inclusive. Department Commander Kslello of II. . " Nebraska CI. A. R. Invlteii all old ciimrades and their friends to turn out and accompany the Nebraska , c.otitln- gi-nl on the outgoing trip , an ho in aiixloiiK to obtain an good a roprcson- tit Ion for Nebraska IIH posi'.hlo. The olllclal train will leave Omaha A'iiiHl 1 III ) . Bloopers and tlcketH should bo secured over the Union Pa- clllc before that dale. The Union Paclllc will spare no of-1 foil to glvo the veterans and tholr frii-nds Ilio best norvlco and a mo4 corifortablo trip across the contlnoii' | Unusually liberal arraiigomonlH lor ald'i trips and slopovorn covering all , points of Interest on route and in Ca'lfornla. ' For further Information write or call on .1. IJ. KlBoffor , Agent See the JapanoMo ; > . : ' . . . .o.-eem at Huffman & VIolo's. BROKEN ARMS BY THE PAIR , Two Cbldrcn of Mrs. J. II. Watson Have Each a Drokcn Arm , Fract ured Identically Alike. Misfortunes by vho p.iir vhdted the t'liiiily of ,1. II. Watson yesterday af- in on. Starting from her homo it of ( ho city with a child \\-ho ,11 was broken , Mm. Watson ar- i\ed in Norfolk with two children , ho had fractured bones for the d-u- ) 'nr ' ' , ( ) sol. A little U-yoar-old tot had ml en an arm In play. Mrs. Watson luted to Norfolk. She lifted an inuit - uit child , but a few weeks old , into 1 buggy and turned to pick up the ij ired one , when the baby fell out . i.l fractured Idenvleally the watno i 'lie that had been broken on the the cJdor child. THE LARGER FOOT. Sr , iff ThU Shoe SiiU-NiniuiN Theory Fits Viiur Cane. "The ( itie&tion of which foot to lit llrst is an important one to us , " s.ild the shoe salesman. "It may seem strange to yon , but it is rarely that we do not ex perience pome trouble in fitting one foot while the other U easily -overed. A popular belief obtains that the ! , .ft foot of every person is the hardest tr fit , and consequently many shoe clerk ; always try a shoe on that foot llrst. It Is not true , however , according to mj observation , that there 1st any Inilcx'.iih rule as to which foot to try llrst. It i- true , nevertheless , that In a mi.orlt\ ; | of eases If you succeed In lilting t'le ' lei't foot you will have no trouble with t'u ' right. My practice is to try both f vt before I pronounce a pair of shoes a perfect lit. Then I am stir of aiMlnj. . ' any mistake growing out of P"ciillar Hies of foot formation. No two per sons have feet formed exactly alike and the shoe salesman who thinks s < and Is governed accordingly will nuvt with many complaints. "For some time I pondered ovoj * the problem of lilting shoos to feet. Mid < < peclally as to why the left foot Im.ild bo considered the standard by w'dch ' ' to be governed. The only ration \ t ! > < > ory I have ever been able to ov < .l\e I a very simple one when you come tr consider it. Nine out of ton pi-r-ioii you meet are right handed , as we sav About one person In ten , or perbain the per cent is even less thin : that , u es his left hand. If you will observe p r o-i'-- who use the right hand when th'-y ' are standing and talking they Invariably rest their weight on the left foot. And. vice versa , a left handed perstnrill rest bis or her weight on the rl-ht ; foot. The result Is that with right handed persons the left font Is probably a frac tion larger than the right foot , and the shoe clerk must Inevitably find this to bo a fact sooner or later. " New Or leans Tlmos-liemocrat. He Mel IIn Match. The Russian marshal Snvaroff wai famous as a Jester and was fond of confusing tl'e men under his command by asking them unexpected aixl ab surd questions. lint occasion.illy he met his match. Thus , one bitter Janu ary night , such as Russia only can pro duce , he ro le up to a sentry anil de manded : "How many stats are there in the sky ? " The soldit-r , not a whit disturbed , an swered coolly ; "Walt a llttlo , and I'll tell you. " And ho deliberately commenced counting , "One , two , three , " etc. When he had reached 100 , SuvaroT , who was half frozen , thought It hinh tlmo to ride off , not. however , without Inqnlrlng the name of the ready reck oner. Next day the latter found him self promoted. Ttvlnx. A ITarlem mother who has twins and Is perforce obliged to study the pe culiarities of the species alllrms that never has she punished one of them they are both boys for a misdeed but that the other committed the Identical offense at the very llrst opportunity. Moreover , If one asks a question , es pecially In regard to an unusual hap pening , In the absence of tluvothor his brother almost Invariably repeats the query and very frequently In the same phraseology. Her twins are not bad boys , but the mother says that she Is satis fied of the fact that twins require as much attention and make as much noise as four ordinary children. New York Times. > Y There are more things in the Lumber I business than arc dreamed of in your Pliilos- ophy , Horatio , and just exactly those have been studied by the Chicago Lumber Company - ; pany until they arc versed in it all. If you need anything in the way of LUMBER. > Tell the Chicago Lumber Company all about | it. They will fill the bill a bit better and a | bit more reasonably than elsewhere in Nor- I folk. 50 L\imber Company j NORFOLK , NEB. W. II. nUOIIOL'Picsidont. . ' ALEX. REAR , Vice President. E. W. HUTCashutr. . The Oldest Established Bank'in Northeast Nebraska. Capital , $100,000,00 , surplus , $20,000,00 , ; : ' DOCS 3 General BoyH'mid Soils JBxchange. Interest Paid Ol ! ' "ne Deposits. Drafts and Money . Banking BllSinCSS Orders Soldon any Point in Europe. A Gotionxl Steamship and Foreign. PassaRo'Busine.ss Transacted. DIRECTORS A. HEAR , F. PHANLON , F. J. HALE , W. H. BUOHOLZ , \VM. ZUTH , N. A. RAINBOLT , S. S. COTTON. 0. A. LUIKAHT , I'UKSIDKNT. \V. H. JOHNSON , CARiunn CIIAS. S. HIUIKIK , View PKUSIDIJNT LKO PASKWALK.Ass'r CAHIIIKB The Citizens National Bank. . OAPITAI , , $50,000. SUUI-MTS , 10,000. liny mid Soil KxcluuiKo on tliie Country nnd all parts of Europoj Farm Loans. ' DIRECTORS ASMUHV. . II. JOHNSON CKAS , S. liuiooi : F. McQiviiRN C. M. SWANK Q. A. LUIKAUT T. F. SliiMMiNor.u L. HUSSIONS C. W. BRAASCH , O ? O Sweetwater Bock Spring. , U Scranton Hard Coal. r 'PHONE 61. Get What You Ask for at. . . \4 \ ALL ORDERS are Filled Promptly and with Care. Onr goods are FIRST-CLASS in every particular. Wo know pre cisely what is wanted by onr customers. We Aim to Give You the Best Value for Your Money , flaln St. , between 2d and 3d. Telephone No. 41. Colorado pos sessns some of the finest fish ing and hunt- ing grounds on "earth , t li e dense forests * being the nat- urul covert for < spiffoP'V elk , deer , and other gauio. Its myriads of streams teem with mountain trout ; its lakes , while also f nil of attractions for the angler , are also the hannt of millions of gesso , ducks , and other wild fowls. Splendid Train Service' , to Colorado via UNION PACIFIC Accommodations provided for all clusses of passengers. VERY LOW RATES During the summer. Full information nmy boolitaluoil l y nildros J.B. ELSEF1LR , Agent. .JL . .TRY THE. . Daily News Job Department