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NORFOLK WKBICLY Nl'JWS-JOilUflNAL ' : FRIDAY. AUGUST HO. 1907.
HUNGARIAN PAHTRIDGES UEING
IMPORTED TO NEBRASKA.
NORFOLK OUGHT TO GET A FEW
So Says Otto Pfelfer of Gordon Mr.
Pfclfcr Snys the "Rel > b Huchnon"
la the Comlnn Gninc Bird of This
Continent To be Hncl Chc.ip.
Norfolk hunters ami fnnnorfl. as well
ns UIOHO ( if other parts of north Ne
braska. Hliouhl cluli toff'llior ? to ntock
this region with whiil Olio Pfclfor of
Gordon clalmH are the romliiK 15111110
bird of Amorlcn.
Chief ( laino U'inliMi OnrKO h. Carter -
tor IIHH ordered l"0 pnlr of IliuiKarlan
parlrldKes the ( ii-rimm naino IH "Keith
lluohnen" and will paronl them out
over the state wherever money onn bo
rained to pay for them. Them ) birds
arc qulto Hlmllnr In the ordinary "Hob
White" quail only they are about twice
the HlKO of the ( inall. The iilrdn will
coat Mr. Carter jl.KO per pair and ho
will do the work of shipping them out
for nothing- The people of Gordon
bavo raised $ lfi ( ) for securing part of
these birds anil at Merrlman residents
bavo raised $100 more. The Blato will
Ueop four pairs on the Hlate llMherloa
til South Ilond where ( hey will be thor
oughly protected ,
These birds are nnii-inlKnilnry and
when "planted" In a community will
make Iholr homo In thai community
for all lime. They are very bardy and
prolific. Letters from the wantons of
Illinois and Knntma Indtonto that these
pnrlrldRos Imvo been "planted" to
great advantage. The state of Illinois
liberated l.OGO last your and they Imvo
Increased wonderfully. Another In-
Htallmonl of fiOO was secured this year.
Kansas tried " 00 lasl year and ordered
1,000 jnoro thin year.
Olio 1'fclfor of Gordon ban raised
the JlfiO for the birds at Gordon and
lie It was that asked Mr. Carter to
secure the hundred pairs of the birds ,
assuring him that t'lioy would all bo
placed In Nebraska.
Mr. Carter will receive the birds In
December. He bus inoro than half of
them placed already ahd wants the
names of people In other communities
where the birds would bo furnished a
home.
Mr. Pfolfor , In writing to The News
from Gordon , says :
" \Vo raised about $150 by subscrip
tion among hunters and farmers.
They gave from llfty cents to ? C each ,
most of thorn $1. Norfolk ought to
do bettor than that. I bellovo these
are the coming game bird of America ,
Germans around Norfolk will know
what they aro. "
FRIDAY FACTS.
W. W. Weaver Is bomo irom Tlldcn.
E. 12. COloninn and family are spend
ing a few days In Newman Grave.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kraut/ and sou
left Thursday evening for Hot Springs ,
S. D. . to bo gone a week.
Mrs , C. G. Sutherland went to Oma
ha yesterday to mete her husband ,
who was returning from St. I uls.
Uov. John Wltto and Carl Voecks
left yesterday to represent St. Paul's
Ev. Lutheran church at the Nebraska
branch of the Wisconsin synod moot
ing In Ilosklns.
Mrs. J. M. Pile , wife of President
Pile of the Wayne normal , and Miss
Cella M. Chnse , Instructor In literature
at the normal , were visitors at the
teachers' Institute In Norfolk yester
day.
day.Dr.
Dr. J. G. Myers left at noon for New-
port.
port.Miss
Miss nolle Temple bns returned to
Wayne after a Norfolk visit of two
weeks.
A. Ilognor left Friday morning for
Ncllgh.
W. II. Avery of Tllden Is In the city
today.
Dr. II. G. Simmons wont to SUinton
at noon.
G. Kasteclo of Scrlbner was In Nor
folk yesterday.
S. II. Uauuiann of Nollgh was In the
city yesterday.
William Ahlcrson of Humphrey Is In
the city for a few days.
S. C. Blackmail and son of Madison
wove in the city yesterday.
Miss Nellie Adklns of Spencer was
a Norfolk visitor yesterday.
11. 12. Duckmaster of Crelghton
stopped In Norfolk yesterday.
13. G. Maloue of Columbus was In
Norfolk yesterday between trains.
J. L. Packard and P. E. Keeps of
Monowl were In Norfolk yesterday.
Mrs. Bertha Pllger Is In Stnnton fern
n few days visit with her son , Arthur
Pllger.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Knecht of
Spencer were visitors In Norfolk yes
terday.
Miss Cclla Pearson left this morning
to attend the teachers' institute at
Nlobrara.
Luther D. Lewis , a veteran agent of
the Northwestern In Nebraska , diet !
early Friday morning at his homo In
Bradish , where lie was stationed as
Northwestern agent. News of Mr.
Lewis' death was received In Norfolk
by Mrs. J. D. Sturgeon , a cousin ol
the dead railroad man. Mr. I owls had
n wldo acquaintance over north Ne
braska , gained through years of ser
vice as agent at Crelghton and other
Northwestern stations.
Services In the First Congregational
church will bo resumed the first Sun
day In September , which marks thr
close of Rev : W. J. Turner's vacation
Prof. Eamos , Instructor of piano li
the Unlversty' Nebraska conserve
tory of music , will give a riciuil 'n ' the
Hi Congregational church In Nor-
oik on September fi.
Tbo N'orlhoiiHt NcbruNlui I.nwn Ton-
iln asHoclallon will hold ItH annual
oiirnnmeut at Illooiulleld , NebruHka ,
ic\t Weilnniday , ThurHday nud Frl-
lay. AugiiKt 2S , 1 ! ! ) , 110.
MadlNiui county tcacliorH In Norfolk
vi'Hlerduy afternoon vlBlted the do-
ccl.o brick yardw. The party WIIH tnk-
MI lo the yards by Prof. Gregg , ono of
ho liiHtltuto liiHtructoni.
Tim IIHHIIUII and hatlury cano ngnlimt
llonry llaHoupllug has gene over lo
IPX ! Monday when It. will be heard
leforo .Justice Ijimborl. F. L. Tritium
H tint complaining witness ,
Ou Iho recommendation of Congress-
nan lloyd of Iho third district , Dr.
M. V. Hums has been appointed pen-
Hlon examining surgeon at Albion , vice
) r. 0. A. lorland , resigned.
George H. Ilodson , who recently
novod from Lynch to Norfolk to take
ip bin work as secretary of the Nor-
'oik plcklo and vinegar company , Is
lust recovering from Iho effects of n
Hovoro Hpraln.
Tbo annual Madison county fair
will bo Iho Mndlsou altracllon for four
lays from September 21 to 27. Tbo
Madison races will bo the features of
Wednesday , 'I'hurHday ' and Friday of
'air week. Creston , Newman Grove ,
Slantoii and Plalto Center nro expect-
> d to contest In n baseball tournament.
AH a result of the efforls of ProsI-
lent C' . 13. Itiirnhnm of the Commer-
Inl club tbo Norlhwestorn railroad
igroed lo allacb a passenger coach to
UNIbound train No. 11G from Nollgh
'rldny evening , and a largo number
if Norfolk people left on Iho noon
rain to attend Iho Antelope county
aces.
Wheat fields of Nebraska and South
) akoln nro pointed out by President
Small of the lologrnphors' union to ho
ouvenlcnt spots In which the striking
HoKraphors of Chicago may earn their
Ivlngs while Ibo Htrlko lasts. 11 Is
mild that thirty or forty olllcors of the
ocnl trainmen's unloiiH are In Chicago
cage to watch dnvolopmentH.
William P. Duffy of Norfolk , n pri
vate In Company 11 , the .Stanton com-
'tuny ' of the Klrsl Nebraska , was ono
if tbo score of Nebraska militiamen
who made up tbo Nebraska rlllo team
which loft Lincoln yesterday for Camp
Perry , Ohio , to participate In the na-
ilonnl rlllo shoot. Captain B. II. Mill-
owney of the Second Nebraska'has
ihnrgo of the parly.
George V. Strowlow of LOUR Pine
[ till until some four years ago a Nor-
'olk boy , has accepted the position of
liharmaccutlcal clerk In the Christoph
Irug store. Mr. Slrowlow IB a grad
uate of the Crolghton college 6f phar
macy and al Iho rccenl examination by
the state board ranked third In the
eng llsl of young men who look Iho
; ests before tbo board. lie arrived In
Norfolk yesterday.
Now that Iho big amaleur baseball
game Is no farther away than next
Friday J. D. Sturgeon , leader of the
trade boosters , says that ho has a vi
sion of lawyers and Insurance men be
ing mowed down by the battery of Iho
trade promoters. Hut ho wouldn't
give the secret of the battery away.
Hut by ncxl Monday 11 will bo possi
ble to get a Hue on the two teams that
are going to entertain Norfolk Friday.
Oats will bo a somewhat disappoint
ing crop this season , according to the
opinion of a prominent Norfolk com
mercial traveler who has been looking
over the situation. Ho says thai while
oats look good In the field , they are
not threshing oul as well as would bo
expected , and that twenty-five bushels
to the acre will bo the average. Corn ,
however , is doing splendidly and
wheat will bo fairly good. On the
whole 11 Is estimated thai Iho crops
will be slightly under these of lasl
year.
year.Halleck
Halleck F. Rose of Lincoln , attor
ney for Miss Kalhcraio Hudson of
Hiimboll has come oul in an interview
denying tbo hallucination stories thai
have been circulated aboul his client ,
lie declares she has been grossly mis
treated by the newspapers. Miss Hud-
sou lllod the complaint against Prof.
J. W. Senrson of Peru , alleging at
tempted assult. Dr. Shellhora of
PtTu , a member of the state board of
education for normal schools , stated
that the county ntlornoy for Nemaha
county intends to' prosecute the crim
inal charge against the educator. Miss i
Hudson was elected as teacher In the i
Norfolk schools earlier in the summer
but did not accept Ibo place.
The newspapers of Wyoming are
now engaged In a blllcr conlroversy
over the resolutions passed nt the i
meeting of the Wyoming Press as
sociation in Lander. These condemn
the public lands and forest reserve !
polices of President Roosevelt , and
were adopted by a vole of 11 lo 2. The
controversy is whether the press as-
socinton represents Iho senllmonl of
the newspapers of the state and wheth
er the press association acted with
in proper lines when it passed such
resolutions. Party lines seem to have
been abandoned , and Republican pap
ers , of which there arc a great major
ity in the state , are lined up on both
sides. Democratic papers are solidly
supporting Iho action of the associa
tion.
Mndlson county superintendent
held a special meeting In Norfolk yes
terday afternoon. The new .high
school free tuition law engaged the
groaler part of Ihelr lime , the super
intendents getting togolher for a bet-
t > r understanding of the law and the
details of its application lo this coun
ty. 11 was agreed thai after Norfolk
gets her new high school building this
city will draw many high school pu
pils anxious lo go beyond Iho grades
In tholr own schools. Norfolk and 1
Mndlbon have the only four year high i
fichoolH In the county. Suportnton-
doiitH 13. .1. Ilodwell of Norfolk , J. A.
Doremus of Madison , J. Q.tick of Hat-
tlo Creek , S. A. Chldestor of Newman
Grove and F. II. Price of Meadow
Grove attended the meeting.
Throe Omaha young men start this
afternoon , says the Omaha World-
Herald , on a canoe tilp of . ' 100 miles ,
each In bis own llttlo craft. They are
II. 11. Sarson , Willis Harbor and E. It.
Ilnoloy , all members of a boat club
at Lake Manawn. They have shipped
tholr canoes to Nellgh , where the
cruise starts. Down the Elkhorn they
will paddle to the Platte , down the
Plalto to the Missouri , up the Missouri
to Mosquito creek and up Mosquito
creek to Manawa and the club house.
About two weeks will bo taken on Iho
trip , although so much llnio will not
bo needed. "Wo expect to have a gay
old time , " said Dooley yesterday.
"And I'll guarantee wo don't sleep
twice In Iho same place. Coming up
the Missouri will bo tbo hardest part
of the work , but wo can make It easily
In the back water.
The Wednesday club of this city
will begin Its winter series of meetings
October 2 and will continue each Wed
nesday until March 11 , upon the sub
ject of "Holland. " An attractive and
Interesting program has boon arranged
for tbo series. OUlcers of the club are ;
President , Mrs. G. D. Uuttorflold ; vice
president , Mrs. W. II. II. Hugey ; sec
retary and treasurer , Mrs. A. Bear.
The program committee was : Mrs.
Wynn.M. Hnlnbolt , Mrs. Darlmi Math-
ewson , Mrs. N. 11. Dolsen , Mrs. G. D.
Itutlerlleld. Active members of the
cluli are : Mrs. A. Bear , Miss Helen
Ilildgo , Mrs. G. D , Butlorflold , Mrs. W.
If. Iluttorllold , Mrs. N. B. Dolsen , Mrs.
W. II. H. Hngoy , Mrs. John R. Hays ,
Mrs. W. N. Huso , Mrs. N. A. Huso ,
Mrs. D. Mathowson , Mrs. S. G. Mayer ,
Mrs. , f. S. McCIary , Mrs. C. S. Parker ,
Mrs. N. A. Ralnbolt , Mrs. W. M. Rain-
bolt , Mrs. C. II. Reynolds , Mrs" . P. H.
Sailer , Mrs. ,1. C. S. Wellls.
A hundred and twenty-throe teach
ers enrolled Thursday evening In the
Madison county teachers' Instlluto In
Norfolk makes a new markfor , Madi
son county Institutes. The following
new names Imvo been added to the In
stitute list : S. A. Chidestor , Newman
Grove ; E. Marie Alderson , Chambers ;
E. J. Bodwoll , Norfolk ; J. A. Doremus ,
Madison ; Bessie H. Alderson , Cham
bers ; R. Solomon , Norfolk ; May Hop
kins , Sioux Clly ; Bess F. Perdue , Mad
ison ; Elizabeth Sheehan , Colnmbus ;
F. M. Gregg , Peru ; Eva Ilorsham ,
Madison ; Sophia McFclters , Madison ;
, T. Q. Buck , Battle Creek ; F. H. Price.
Meadow Grove ; F. S , Perdue , Madi
son ; Bertha Richardson , Battle Creek ;
C. E. Mclntosh , Emerlck. Not only
has the Institute broke attendance rec
ords but it has sot n. now record In
enthusiasm and work accomplished.
In this connection Prof. R. Solomon's
work In music is monlloned as the
special feature of the instilnte.
Norfolk people who are up at 4 a.
in. may see the big comet which is
Just now exciting star gazers. All
over the land people are pushing for
ward their rising hours to take n peep
at the new comet recently called a
"terrestrial hobo" by n Chicago news
paper aslronomer. High up in the
heavens on these clear August nights
It can bo seen with the naked eye
whirling through the stars at the rate
of thirty miles each second. This ter-
' restrlal hobo is called "Daniel's com-
el. " Just at the present time It Is
wandering somewhere between the
! eastern horizon and Hyadnos. Hack
drivers , policemen and other early
j morning denizens of the street see It
ns a hazy patch of light growing
brighter night after night. On September
tember 3It will bo ' 17,000.000 miles
from the sun. and will then be bright-
to the earth. Through a giant tel
escope at Ycrko observatory Professor
.13. E. Barnard has made a collection
Jot remarkable photographs of the
.heavenly wanderer. These pictures
are said to be the best over made of
I a comet. The comet has n long tall
| of flying "specks" ofburning lava ,
each speck of course , as big as a Kan-
j sas barn.
'I Great possibilities In the cattle ship
ping Industry at Rapid City Imvo been
opened up through the leasing by Nel
son Morris , the well known Chicago
' packer , of over 750,000 acres of grn/-
Ing land northeast of there on the
Standing Rock Indian reservation. For
nearly ten years this land has been
I controlled on a lease by the L7 cattle
, ( . whoso bid for renewal was a
| fraction of a cqnt per aero less than
that of Morris. Five years ago the
iL7 people fenced the land , and for
i' ' years hnvo had several largo droves of
cattle on this range , but with the
1coming of Morris , this number Is 'to
bo largely Increased. Morris owns
much land In Texas , and has always
grazed his cattle there. Since se
curing this lease In South Dakota he
has moved 5,000 head of his catlle and
Intends to bring In many other herds
as soon as possible. This Is the first
Instance where Morris has over fed
any of his big cattle holdings in the
north , and the result will bo of con
siderable Interest to catllemen. This
tract that Morris has secured Is one
of the finest In the northwest It Is
well watered and close to the Evarts
trail , and Is not accessible to outsiders
for grazing purposes , owing to Its fenc
ing. The lease Is to run for five years
and In case it is not renewed , the fenc
ing , which Is over 300 miles in length
will revert to the Indians. Mr. Mor
ris has put C. H. Hardey of Hulett
Wyo. , ono of the prominent stockmen
of the northwest , In charge of his
land. Mr. Hardey has boon brand inspector
specter for both the Northwestern
Stock Growers' association and the
Western South Dakota association
THINGS WERE QUIET ALL WEEK
IN NORFOLK TOWN.
DANCE "FANS" MAKE PLANS
There Will Probably be an Unusual
Number of Dancing Parties In Nor
folk During the Coming Season , According -
cording to Present Plans ,
It was n ( pilot week In Norfolk , so-
jlnlly speaking , people generally ap-
mrently being willing to spend their
spare tlmo In trying to keep cool ra
ther than stirring about with party
imbltlon. Dance fans , however , are
loglnnlng to discuss plans for the com-
ng winter and It Is already evident
thai Ihcre will be moro than the ordl-
mry number of waltzes waltzed In
Norfolk. The Elks social committee
s beginning to discuss a series of five
lancing parties which will probably
bo given.
Pleasures of the Week.
Friday evening was the occasion of
Jolly moonlight picnic party north
) t tbo 'city. Members of the picnic
party left Norfolk Into In the after-
loon and picnicking near the sugar
factory cooked their dinner over an
Impromptu cnmpflro. Those who coin-
liosed the party were : Misses Clara
riudnt , Laura Durland , Esta Anderson ,
Mile Burnham , Stella Lutkart , Carrie
Brush. Druella Brush and Serlo Small ,
Miss Edna Durland of Plalnvlow , Miss
Georgia Klein of Hastings , Miss Verne
Small of Omaha , Mrs. Singer -of
Springfield , Mo. , Clarence Scofiold ,
Clnrence Saltbr , Louis Jensen , Julius
Hiilff , Fritz Asmus , K. D. Small , Dr.
Urush , Herman Klesau , Bert Cummer ,
Leo Pnsowalk , Fred Glttlnger and
Ralph I Hilton.
A number of Norfolk people spent
Thursday fishing on the Elkhorn , the
party visiting the Ray farm. An ap
petizing fish dinner was served dur
ing the day. Members of the party
were : Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Davenport ,
Miss Mattie Davenport , Mrs. L. M.
Heeler , Mrs. H. T. Holdon , Mrs. E. P.
Wonthorby , Mrs. Warrick , Mrs. B. C.
Gentle , Miss Iiia Martin and Mrs. Pag-
eler.
On Wednesday Mrs. Mary Davenport
was sixty-eight years old and the evenIng -
Ing of her birth anniversary was pleas
antly observed. Following a six
o'clock dinner attended by relatives ,
many friends and neighbors called on
Mrs. Davenport to spend an Informal
evening and extend best wishes.
Miss Helen Bridge entertained the
Misses O'Connell of Ponca and n few
friends , at an afternoon of cards Tues
day. Miss Bridge and the guests of
honor nro sorority sisters , belonging
to Delta Gamma at Lincoln. Miss Jo-
sephlne Butterfield won the prize for
high score.
MVss M ; . Solomon enlertalned on
Wednesday evening at a luncheon giv
en in honor of Miss Marguerto Bithell
who is to attend school in Chicago
this fall.
On Tuesday several score of young
people from the Methodist Sunday
school delighted In an old fashioned
picnic north of the city.
Mrs. C. E. Burnham informally en
tertained Mrs. J. M. O'Connell and
the Misses O'Connell of Ponca Wednes
day afternoon.
A few town folk drove to the insane
hospital Wednesday evening to pnrtlci-
pale in the regular weekly dance.
Hymenlal. '
Wayne Democrat ; The many
friends of Mr. and Mrs. R. Laiiman
assembled at the beautifully decorat
ed homo to witness the marriage of
their daughter Nellie to Mr. Earle
Sweet , last Wednesday , August 21 ,
1007. The ceremony took place at 4
p. in. , the hnppy couple marching to
the "arch" In company with Miss Elllo
Lauman and Mr. L. E. Peterson. Rev.
P. Smith performed the nupllal cere
mony , then an elaborate three-course
wedding dinner was served , The
bride was costnmod in white silk and
carried a bouquet of white carnations ,
and loolted as lovely and handsome as
accomplished brides ever appear.
Mrs. Sweet Is a Wayne county girl ,
grown from childhood at the farm near
this city. She Is a graduate of the
N. N. C. and was n successful teacher
of our schools. Mr. Sweet is a son of
a prominent Council Bluffs attorney.
They departed last * evening for Nor
folk and from there take a wedding
trip.
The marriage of Mr. Ben T. Reid
of Norfolk and Miss Sofia Cleveland
of Chicago will occur on next Monday
evening In Chicago at the homo of the
bride's guardian , Mr. F. C. French , di
rector of the Chicago art Institute.
The Episcopal wedding service will bo
used. A. II. Winder of Norfolk will
act as best man. Following a wed
ding trip of a few weeks Mr. and Mrs.
Reid will return to Norfolk and will
bo at homo about October 1 at 315
North Twelfth street. Mr. Reid Is a
prominent young business man in Nor
folk while the brlde-to-bo Is known In
Norfolk , having spent several months
In the city.
Mr. John Collins of Marcus , lown ,
and Miss Lulu Johnson of Norfolk
were married Wednesday morning nt
tl o Norf < Ik church of the Sacred
Heart , Falhor Thomas Walsh perform
ing Iho ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Col
lins al Iho close of a northern wed
ding trip will make Ihclr homo nt
Marcus ,
Invltnllons were received In Nor
folk Ibis week from Mr. and Mrs. Vic
tor von Goetz bf North Platte for the
marriage of their daughter , Ida , to
Mr. Kyle Dallas Small of Norfolk on
Thursday morning , September C , at
7 o'clock , the ceremony lo occur in
the Church of Our Savior , Norlh
I'lntto.
The engagement of Dr. Frank Gra
ham , well known in Norfolk but now
) f Everetl , Wash. , to Miss Fltzhugh
of thai place , has been announced.
R. W. BUTLER ARRESTED FOR VIOLATING -
OLATING ORDINANCE.
THEN RELEASED BY THE CHIEF
In Chief Flynn's Opinion Butler Was
a Gentleman , So the Chief Disregard
ed Legal Forms and Handled the
Dismissal , Himself.
[ From Saturday's Dully.1
R. W. Butler , a telephone lineman
In the employment of the Norfolk Long
Distance Telephone company , was
thrown Into the city Jail last evening
for spitting on the sidewalk. A llttlo
later In the evening-Butler was re
leased on the orders of the chief of
pollco because , ns the chief said , But
ler was a gentleman.
Butler witli companions was sitting
In front of the Citizens National bank.
Ofllcer Braasch passed , repasstcd and
saw Butler expectorate on the side
walk. Then he gathered his man In
and went over to the city jail. The
arresl was made about curfew time.
The telephone man's friends got
busy and Chief Flynn was called in.
The chief found that Butler had not
resisted arrest and that he had acted
"gentlemanly. " Then the Jail doors
wore thrown open. '
Butler was not brought Into police
court and no record was made of the
arrest. Chief Flynn says thai the
ban" Is now "on" against sidewalk
spilling and that some days ago ho
Instructed the night ofllcer to watch
the corner of Fourth streel and Nor
folk avenue.
Proper Treatment for Dysentery and
Diarrhoea.
The greal mortality from dysentery
and diarrhoea Is due to a lack of prop
er treatment at the first stages of the
disease. Chamberlain's Colic , Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy is a reliable
and effective medicine , and when giv
en In reasonable time will prevent any
dangerous consequences. It has been
in use for many years and has always
met with unvarying success. For sale
by Leonard the druggist.
In the district court of Mndison
county , Nebraska.
In the matter of the application of
Chas. B. Manwiller , administrator of
the estate of Cora B. Manwiller , de
ceased , for leave to sell real estate.
Notice Is hereby given that In pur
suance of an order of the Honorable
A. A. Welch , Judge of the dlstrlcl
courl of Madison county , made on the
15th day of April , 1907 , for the sale
of the real estate hereinafter described
there will be sold at public vendue to
tbo highest bidder for cash at the
front door of the court house in the
city of Madison , in said county , on
the 7th day of September , at the hour
of 3 o'clock p. in. , the following described -
scribed real estate , In Madison county ,
and state of Nebraska , towlt : Begin
ning nt the southeast corner of lot
two (2) ( ) In block Ihree (3) ( ) , Mnchmuel-
cr's addllion to Norfolk , and measur
ing thence to the easl line of the
northwest quarter of the northwest
quarter of section twenty-six (20) ( ) In
township twenly-four (21) ( ) , range ono
(1) ( ) wesl of the sixth P. M. , 280 feet ,
more or less from thence south to the
southeast corner of said soulhwesl
quarter of the northwest quarter and
407 % feet more or less to the place
of beginning , and containing 3.07
acres more or less , and being a part
of the northwest quarter of the north
west quarter of section (20) ( ) twenty-
six , township twenty-four (24) ( ) , range
one (1) ( ) west of the sixth P. M. , in
the county of Madison and state of
Nebraska.
Beginning at a point 280 feet west
of and 33 feet north of the southeast
corner of the northwest quarter of
the northwest quarter of section 20 ,
township 21 , range 1 , west of the sixth
P. M. , and measuring thence wesl 50.77
feel , Ihenco north 2GS % feel thence
east 50.77 feet , thence south 208 % feet
to the place of beginning , containing
13-100 acres more or less , being a part
of said northwest quarter ofthenorlh-
wosl quarter of section 2C , township
21 , range 1 , west of the sixth P. M. .
In Madison county , Nebraska.
And further : Commencing at s
point three hundred thirty-six and
79-100 feet west and thirly-three feet
north of the northeast corner , of Iho
northwest quarter of the northwest
quarter of section 20 , township 24 ,
range 1 , wesi of the sixth P. M. , and
running thence one hundred and eigh
teen and 21-100 feet , thcnco south
three hundred and eighty-six 5-100 feet
to the place of beginning.
Dated this Sth day of August , 1907.
Charles Manwillor ,
Administrator for the estate of Cora
i B. Manwiller , deceased.
FORDICE FINED $50 , WILLIAM ZU-
LAUF $25.
PUNISHED FOR FOUL DRIVING
In the Frce-For-AII at Nellgh Yester
day 2:154 : ! Was Made In the First
Heat , According to the Timers'
Watches.
Nollgh , Neb. , Aug. 24. Special to
The News : The 2:25 : trol was won in
Ihreo straight heats by Storm Cloud ,
Edith F second , Miss Guild Ihird.
Purse $200. Time 2:19 : , 2:21 : , 2:24. :
The free-for-all was won by Cnpl.
Mack , Leona G second , Pearl Shcrbert
Ihlrd. Tmo | 2:15M : ; 2:17 : , 2:18. : This
purse was for $250. The Ihlrd heat
was called off on nccotml of foul driv
ing , and Iho drivers of Fordico and
Capl. Mack were fined $50 and $25 re-
spccllvely by starler Sornberger.
The half mile running race was won
by Billlo Babel , Jlmmlo Illcks second ,
Pearl C Ihlrd and Louie Mack fourlh.
Tlmo , :51i/i : , :51 : % .
The baseball game was moro inter-
esllng than any of the previous exhl-
bllons of Iho nnllonal game , Nellgh
losing to O'Neill by n score of G to 1.
Following Is the score by Innings :
Ncllgh 00010000 0 1
O'Neill 22000000 2 G
Batteries : O'Neill : Prlmley and
Wilson ; Neligh : Alstott and Meltck.
Hits : O'Neill G , Neligh 5. Struck out
by Primloy I ) , Alstott 4. Tlmo 1:20. :
Umpire , Smith of Tilden.
Young Man Hurt.
The only accident thai marred Iho
slxlh annual carnival , race meel and
baseball tournament In this city was
when Clinton Taylor , Iho second son
of E. C. Taylor , was accidentally
thrown from his horse yesterday mornIng -
Ing while coming to Nollgh to take in
Ibo races. The many hundreds of people
ple llml wore In the city at thai tlmo
did not know that this young man was
at death's door and unconscious forever
over live hours al the olilco of Dr. Con-
well.
Ills father and mother were imme
diately -notified by telephone and re
sponded as soon as possible.
All the care possible was given him
during the aflernoon , and toward
evening he was removed from the doc
tor's ofllce to tbo residence of A. H.
Phillips , where rest and quiet was as
sured.
Dr. Conwell reports nothing but a
severe shock and antlcipales the re
covery of the young man In a short
time.
Boy's Life Saved.
My llllle boy , four years old , had a
severe allack of dysenlery. We had
Iwo physicians ; bolh of them gave
him up. Wo then gave him Chamber
lain's Colic , Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy which cured him and believe
that saved his life William H. Strol-
ing , Carbon Hill , Ala. There Is no
doubt but this remedy saves Ihe lives
of many children each year. Give It
with castor oil according to the plain
printed directions and a cure is cer
tain. For sale by Leonard the drug
gist.
Warnervllle.
J. K. Davis , who has been 111 with
stomach Iroublo for several weeks , Is
Improving.
Guy Warner and wife of Spauldlng
are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. War
ner.
ner.Mrs.
Mrs. Donald Johnston and daughter
Mary have gone to Minnesota to visit
relatives.
Mrs. Maud Pettltl , who has been
sick for several weeks with the ery
sipelas , is reported as being heller.
Miss Mertlo Rice has resigned her
position ns attendant at the Norfolk
hospital to accept a more lucrative po
sition In n private asylum near Mil
waukee.
O.K. MEREDITH , D0. ;
OSTEOPATH.
Bond for frco book "CMcopntliio Aihurnto , "
Olilco , Cotton Illook , Norfolk , NYb.
OfllcnPlumn Ash 511 Homo Phone Ash M2
You Mils ! JW Forget
We are constantly improv
ing in the art of making Fiuo
I'hotos.
Newest Styles in
Cards and Finish ,
We also carry a Fine lane
of Mouldings.
I. M. MACY
5O YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
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