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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 3 July 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JULY 3. HI Life ; is Too Short" to suffer from eye strain and tboso Irritating head- nohoB that make your days miserable. You've no donbt tried every kind of headaoho remedy only to be disap pointed , bnt never BUB * peoted that yonr eyes might be the cause. I have made the cor * rection of defective eyes n special study , Hadn't you better coino and BOO me about it ? DR. MARQVARDT , OPHTHALMOLOGIST. , Norfolk , Nebraska There Are No Wings On It , AFTER A HOUSE ! The Elkhorn B. & S. association will make you a loan to build or buy on fa vorable terms. T. E , ODIORNE , Secretary. PAR.ISH THE RELIABLE GROCER ! PARJSH DON'T FORGET THE Per Cent Discount on WOMEN'S , MISSES' CHIDDREN'S r ' OXFORDS. i. W.Keep Open Eveningsluntil 9:00 : o'clock , a - PALACE SHOE STORE STAPENHORST ; & co. , Proprietors. D We give tiokets oulOhiokering Piano. The Weather. Conditions of the weather as recorded for the 24 hours ending at 8 a. m. to day : Maximum temperature ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 3 July 1903

12 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JULY 3 , 1903. r THE OXNARD HAH UKItS Remodelled Tliroiinliont Under the now ownership a 'Oomiiloto Now Seivico has boon in- ntnllod , Every modern cotivoniouco , New Cnrpcta , Now Decorations , New Furniture. U. BARTHOLOMEW , Ownar. G , H , VAIL , Manager. WILLIAM GODKIN Flour , Feed , SBLLS Gasoline , Baled Hay , Poultry Supplies Phon 33. 411 Norfolk tat. DR. N. J. HOAGLAND ' Ostcopntlilc Physician. Dleencoe both ncnto nml rlirnnla sucon fiiHj trontoil without tito of drug * or kulfo. Ofllco nt remhlouco , 100 North 10th Btroot , Vmn \ No. Ill NoilKOMl COPYRIGHT "HERE IT IS , MA'AM ! " That bag of ( lour you ordered is nt your door when promised m > xt lime you'll probably order double the quantity for Bou Ton flour has a little way of pleasing people , which makes it a welcome - como visitor. Everybody and his wife kuowa the superior quality of 13on Tou flour. Scarcity Cereal Ulills. OSTEOPflTHIC PHYSICIRN. Graduate of American School of Osteo pa...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 10 July 1903

, Y THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWSJOURNAL PART ONE. NORFOLK , NEHRASTCA , FRIDAY , JULY 10 , JD03 , PAGES 1 TO 8 , I What the People Who Were Left at Home Did. THEY HAD SOME CELEBRATION. People Thronged the Streets all Day Long and a Good Portion of the Night Threw Confetti and Shot Firecrackers. [ From Monday's Dally. ] Despite the announcement that there was iiothiug to be done lu Norfolk oil the Fourth of July , there was something doing every minute. It was not n pre arranged sort of celebration with 100 guus at sunrise and n patriotic oration in a big tent , with the reading of the Declaration of Independence and a base ball game in the afternoon and a public display of fireworks upon which the town had spent $1,000 ( one thousand dollars at night. ) It was just a warm time all the while which several thousand people who were loft in tbo town , made for thorn- solves. They thronged the streets just as though it had been a real celebration for fair , and they shot off firecrackers and ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 10 July 1903

4 Y T1TE NORFOLK NEWS ; FRIDAY. JULY 10 , Doctors Declare His General Condition Is Better. AMAZINQ VITALITY OF PONTIFF. life of Veneribla Papal Ruler Con- tlnuea to Hano by Thread. | Fall * Into Restful Sleep at Dawn - Aft r Trying Night. 'Rome , July 0. Special to The Nowi : { Latent ) There linn Jnit boon on nlnrminK change for the worno lu the condition of the popo. Ho has boon at tacked by acute diarrhoea. All physi cians arc now connnltlnR. Homo , July 0. Special to The Now : The pope's physicians are very hopeful today for hid ultimate recovery. Ilo was shaved this morning and ban rested well for several bourn. It Is confidently thought that ho will recover. Rome , July 9. Thu llfu ol 1'opc Lee continues to hnng by a thread , with the expectation that uny moment may bring the final catastrophe , yet tlie wonderful vitality of the remarkable old man Is combating a complication of diseases which would endanger a znnn In the prime of life. Every ono nt the Vatican U obliged to gl...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 10 July 1903

V THE N011FOLK NEWS : FRIDAY.JULY Operation Relieves Lung Con gestion and Revives Hope. " .PONTIFF GETS FITFUL SLEEP , Or. Mazzonl , While Declaring Danger Is Imminent , Hopes to Stave Off End for Several Days His Mind Continues Active , Rome , July 8. Pope Leo Is sleep ing this morning , but his head Hen uneasy on the pillow. The allovlntlon brought about by Uio operation of re moving the Quid from his pleura was followed later In the evening by n restless period and fresh doses of chloral , digitalis and caffeine had to bo administered. Under their Influence- the pontiff fell Into a slumber , which , , iowcver , was not very peaceful on \ account of the difficulty the patient has In breathing. Seeing Dr. Lap- 1 pont always at his bedside , the pope just before falling asleep said kindly ' to him : "Now , It Is jfjur turn. You must sleep. " Throughout the Vatican absolute calm prevails , the excitement having to a great extent died out with the revival of the hope after the an noun...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 10 July 1903

Th Nopfolk N cn * Stand up and IMS counted , It' * all over but the healing prom * . It was a plorloui Fourth all but the conditions of the roadt and the weather. How would it bo to use part of that irrigation appropriation in laying drain * tllO f Homo day the people of Nebnukamay gain know what it it like to wish for ruin and nor get it but not thlt year. Union you put in two dayt of it you should be in very fair condition to re- rorno the regular routine of duties today. Tbo tmall boy hat but two more day * in which to accumulate tbo necessary crackers for bit approved method of ob- erring the nation's birthday , "Don't dodge the ccnins enumerator. Ii won't cost you anything to bo count ed , lut it will bo of value to the city to liavo you In the lift with other Norfolk people. _ _ _ _ That "corn" weather appears to have como to stay and these who have been urging that there will bo no corn in Uebraka tills fall will probably bo shown. _ _ _ Perhaps if it had not benn for Mr. Bry...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 10 July 1903

THENOKFOLK NEWS : FUIDAY , JULY 10 1 0 Waterspout Casts Flood on Scores of Pleasure Seekers. DELUGE CAUSES DAM TO KREAK. Loss of Life IB From Fifty to One Hundred Street Car and Waiting t Room Borne Away by Torrtnt of , Water In Pennsylvania Town. Ureensburg , Pa. , July C. A water epout of Immense proportions , strik ing In the vicinity of. Onklord park , created a flood that caused a great loss of life andrproperty. It Is known that at least fltty persons were lost , and rumors place tne number of dead at more than 100 , but only a few bodies have been recovered , having been washed to the banks of the little creek that runs parallel with the park. . The names of thobe known to have been drowned are : Miss Gertrude Keof of Jeanette , Edward O'Brien of I Latrobe , Joseph Overly of Indianapo lis , Lucy Cruni of Jeanette , Council man Joun Light , wiio and two chll < dren of Greensburg. At 3 o'clock rain began to fall In torrents In the vicinity of the park and spread over a terri...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 10 July 1903

y 6 THE NORFOLK NEWS ; FRIDAY , JULY 10,1003. Enumerators Will Begin This Week to Count. LIST OF FAOTSTO DE RECORDED School Census Shows 1,720 Children of Countable ARC It Is Hoped Thnt People Qonornlly Will Assist the Mnn When Ho Comes. t ( l-'rom Monday's Dully. ] * Blanks for the comma of the olty of Norfolk wore printed today and enu merators will bo out this week to count noses of the liilmbltnutH. The blnuks Imvo spnco for the imnio , ngo , HOX.resi dence number nml street , occupation , liUHincHS location or employer of every person in Norfolk , nud nlso for the number of dogs owned. The ootiHUs Is tnkon by authority of the nmyor nnd oity council , for the purpose - pose of dotcrmlnlng how many people there nro In Norfolk In order that the city nmy bo placed In the Hooond class which will allow the voting of paving bonds. It ifl thought that there can bo no doubt IIH to Norfolk's pOBsesilon of fi.OOO people nt proHcnt nnd the olty Is nlmoflt universally in fnvor juat now of p...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 10 July 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JULY 10 , 1SI03. Enumerators Start Out Well With Work. HAVE TROUBLE TO COUNT. Some People Think They Will bo Mixed up in Poll Tax or Asses- ment on Account of the Counting. Peculiar Experiences. [ From Thursday's Dally. ] ff The census enumeration in Norfolk is starting out well. Councilman August Brmnmund , who is taking the count in the First ward , chalked up 238 persons yesterday. "I find lots of people who don't want to bo counted , " snid Mr. Brnmmnnd. "They seem to think it has something to do with the poll tax or assessment , and last night an entire family refused to give nio their names. * Strangers , too , who have boon hero for < ; a short time only , fear that by putting in their names the poll tax will he marked against them. This is not true. This census will not be used for any other purpose than to got the number of persons living horo. " The enumerators are having a time to get the ages of women. Some women deny the statement that the...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 10 July 1903

8 THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JULY 10 , 1903 , For Mrs.TillmgKast's $ Accommodation | "Dy H. Faber Ostcrhcld \ CcmW. 1902 , IT the S. S. HUCJurt fnmunr .f. IM.vtliVIIH . elttliiR lit ono of ( ho coin * fortnlilo chalra of a parlor car IIH ( lie train [ itilliHl out of tlio Now Haven utiitloti. Klio WIIH ri'KrcttliiK ( ho short bait UUTOvlion a iu'wetiincr , who liad planted lil trupH on tliu lloor ni'iir the largo armchair fncliiK IHT , howi'd. Kdyth thought It WIIH an iipology for IwvliiB iiiwt tier vallKO with | IH ! wolf ttlcltH and returned tlio Halutatlon. Tlio ono ttecond milllcuil to nhow her it wua the fuunu Jolly , broad Hhonldcrcd chuii Hlut had neenon the plutforinvltli a crowd of Yale IIOJ-H. They both bout to plclc up her vnllfio when nho hoard lilin Bay , while hl oyoa twinkled with BiiiutrosHixl fun : "I'm KoliiK to talk to you until your fitatJoii comes , HO you'd better make be- llevo yon know me. " E < lyth looked up Indignantly , but HIU could detect no disresp...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 10 July 1903

\ THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS = JOURNAL. PAET TWO. NORFOLK , NEBRASKA , Fill DAY , JULY 10 , 11)03. ) PAGES 9 TO 12 , f' ' Murderer Was Hanged at 1:20 : This Afternoon. < * „ , o'lED IN THIRTEEN , MINUTES. Strenuous Efforts Made For His Release From Death Attempt at an Injunction This Morning Supreme Court Refused. Lincoln , July 10. Special to The Hews : William Khea swung to his : -death in the hangman's noose at the , state pouitoutiary hero this afternoon. The ? trap was pulled at 1:20 : o'clock nnd \ the murderer died thirteen minutes Inter from strangulation. The knot slipped < so that Rhou's neck was not broken. After ho had boon dropped into the fatal fall , the frame shook and strug gled in the throes of death convulsively. The time seemed long. Finally nt the ud of the unlucky thirteenth minute on this Friday nfternoon , the young man was dead. This morning lihoa's attorneys ap pealed for an injunction to prevent the hanging of their client. The case was argued before Ch...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 10 July 1903

l-l 10 THE 1SWFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JULY 10,1003. Our July Clearance Sale BEELER Of all Spring and Summer merchandise and broken lots of goods. Let price coupled with merit and price only direct you where to buy goods. BEELER BROS. 27 in. silk chambrys , good assortment of patterns , value I9c and 25c now , per yard - 16c 27 in. figured lawns , just the thing for hot weather wrappers , would be good value at lOc , now , per yard , = - 5c We offer a lot of about 15 doz. ladies' seersucker underskirts at less than cost of material , only - = = 43c An assorted lot of ladies'bows , ties and stock collars , your choice only = = = = = = = = gc We have a good assortment of white goods , India linens , Persian lawns , nansooks , mulls , French lawns , wash or = gandies and mercerized Persian lawns , all marked down for this sale and exceptional prices in short lengths , prices will be one-half to three-fourths less than former price. An assorted lot of men's suspenders , good value at 2Sc , ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 10 July 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : VttlDAY , JULY 10 , 1003 , n * EYES VERSUS TEETH. \Vheu yonr teeth decay you lose no tiino iu going to n reputable dentist , why ne glect yonr eyes ? Yon can got false teeth if yon loose your own. Eyoa are different. If you lese thokn n pair of glass eyes won't help yon. Lot me inako yonr byes good. Some people will say : "My eyta nro good , I can neo perfectly , " at the same time they Imvo all sorts of ailments and nro using all kinds of medicines without good results. Everybody should have their eyes examined by n com petent ophthalmo'ogist. DR , MARQVARDT , OPHTHALMOLOGIST. Norfolk , " Nebraska. There Are No Wings On It , AFTER A HOUSE ! The Elkhorn B. & ' S. association will moke yon a loan to build or buy on fa vorable terms. T. E. ODIORNE , Secretary. PARISH THE RELIABLE GROCER PARISH DOINT FORGET THE Per Cent 20 Discount on WOMEN'S , MISSES' AND CHIDDREN'S OXFORDS. WelKeep Open'Evenings'until IS 9:00 : o'clock. PALACE SHOE STORE STAPENHORSUL CO. , Prop...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 10 July 1903

THE OXNARD UAH imr.K Remodelled Throughout > Under tlio new ownership n ComploUi Now Service lnw bwn in- stalled. Kvory modern convoiiiotico. New Cnrpct , New Decorations , New Furniture. L.A , BiRIHOLOMEW , Onner , C , II. Hll , Manager , WILLIAM GODKIN Flour , Feed , SILLS ! Gasoline , Baled Hay , Poultry Supplies Phone 33. 411 Norfolk Are , DR. N. J. HOAGLAND * Oiitcopatlilc Physician. nioi Inilli nonln nn < ! rliroiilo inrrniifullj irontml without uta of drum or knlfo. Ontcn nt roildonco , 109 Nortli lOtli Htrnot. . No. 2M NoairciMi COPVRICMT "HERE IT IS , MA'AMl" Tluit bug of dour you ordered in ut your door whim promised next time you'll probably order double thoqmmtity for Bon Ton ( lour him u little way of pleasing people , which umkcH it u welcome - como visitor. Kvorybodv and his wife known tlio Hiiporlor quality of lion Ton flour. ' Mrs , Sadie Hart Miller OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. Graduate of Amorinm School of Osteo pathy , under founder of the hoionco. ItCHldonco , u...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 17 July 1903

Y. . THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS = JOURNAL PART ONE. NORFOLK , NEBRASKA , FRIDAY , JULY 17 , IH03. PAGES 1 TO 8 , Details for Entertaining Vis itors About Finished. WILL BE 000 RUNNERS , ALONE. Police Appointed for the Three Days. 5,000 Booklet Programs Will be Issued 11,000 Tickets Will bo Needed State Queen. [ From Monday's Dally. ] Ono week from tomorrow Norfolk | will bo In the hands of Nebraska fire 4 fighters , who hold their annual tourna ment here for the three days. Every indication points toward au immense jam of people and a big event. A meeting of the executive committee was hold yesterday and several details in the arrangements completed. Little programs iu book form are to bo printed. There will bo 0,000 , of them in all and they will slip Into the pocket. These pamphlets will contain twenty-four pages and will boar the names of fourty-eight advertisers. Tickets have been made for the races. There are 11,000 of them in all to ndmlt spectators. The bunch includes tickets fo...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 17 July 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JULY 17,10W. ( Admiral Cotton Enthusiast ! ) Over Reception In England. TO TEST KEIARBAnQE'S SPEED Battleship Ordered to Race Will Time Prom Portsmouth to Maine Rest of Fleet Will Sail for ( Jabot on Friday. * Portmnouth , England , July 16. Will the reception given au board Ren : Ail in Ira I Cotton'n umjshlp , Kcnrsnrgo the visit of the American flquadron t < ' England terminated. The royal yach yiotorla and Albert will leave 1'ortH mouth luvrbor tmlny and will receive the snlutOB of tlio warships as BH atoiuiut out. On Fridny , when outside Bullhead , Admiral Cotton will trann for his linn to the ChlcnKO , and pro ccod with the San Francisco and Ma china to Lisbon , whllo the ICcursargc trill hugln her spoud trial acroBU the Atlantic. "Our reception In England has beer most cordial and onthUHlaatlo , " salt Hear Admiral Cotton. "Nothing coulO exceed Iho courtesy extended to us or all Bhlus from the king and the prince of Wales , the olllclals of the...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 17 July 1903

THE NORFOLK NEWS : KK IDA Y.JULY 17,1008 , | [ fl ! < ? VCT LtU 6 III No Material Change is Noted In Pontiff's Condition. AGE PRECLUDES HIS RECOVERY. Physicians Consider 'Extreme Weakness - ness Chief Danger to Bo Met Doc * 'tor In Attendance Describes Pen tiff's Appearance. Rome , July 1C. Dr. Mnzzcral , la reply to tbo unostlon : "Can the popu recover ? " gnvo the Associated Press correspondent thu following signed vtntcmont : "At the prcscut moment the dlscaso cf his hollnesa hat } lost Its character cr absolutb gravity , which It hud at Ita ucuto period. It might bu consid ered to huvo entered the period of a possible solution. This might occur in a man of strong liber and young , but It Is Impossible to entertain such a hope In the case of a man In his ninety-fourth year. With him the physical energy absolutely India pen- lblo for recovery Is lacking. Pope Leo's organism IB perfect , and as such maintains Itself after ninety-three years of never Interrupted work , but Ills m...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 17 July 1903

t THE NORFOLK NEWS : F1UDAY , JULY 17 , HJ03. Yen , this ia hoi enough for you ami , < tii find the other people. A MR Boston shoo firm has failed. CtToo ninny l > oyB anil glrla going barefoot In Bnpposod to bo the prlmnl ronaon , TV hat's the UBO of going to Colorado or Minnesota for n good tlnio when the Bremen meet In Norfolk next week ? Nebraska will have crops to food the -world , or all parts thereof that have xot raised the wherewithal for their owu BUPI jrt. It ia really interesting to know to Hvhat an extent boodlorisui will grow when it ia given a fair field as has boon tlono in Missouri. It in said that Sir Thoman Llpton car- Tics a rabbit's foot this time , but thin is TOJO of the times when the rabbit's foot will not bring luck. An Ohio dog is nlllioted with the lunallpox If the disease could bo eon jttncd to caninefl the people would uu- -doubtcdly bo well satisflod. So for as can bo learned the corn throughout this section of the atato is standing up for Nebras...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 17 July 1903

THE NCWFOLK NEWS ; FH1DAY.JULY 17 , 1H08. r Patient Is Now Practically Kept I Up on Stimulants. DISSOLUTION BELIEVED NEAR. Hopeful FoellnQ of Past Few Days I Qlvos Way to Alarm Morning Hours Bring Relapoe nnd Pontiff's i Hours Now Seem Numbered. Rome , July H. "While there Is Ufa there la hope , " was all the consolation that Dr. Lapponl could give In ad mitting that Pope LOO'B condition was "very grave. " The pontiff has Buffered another relapse - lapse and he lies this morning In a more critical condition than at any time since the middle of last week. The semi-comatose condition In which he fell at midnight and the confused etate of his heretofore lucid mind on Lit awakening at an early hour this " vy * "vj f I DBS. LAPPOjn AM ) 1U.ZZOSI morning , accompanied by still greater depression than during yesterday , are regarded aa symptoms of the gravest nature and as pointing to an imminent ' dissolution. V' Dr. Mazzonl expressed the belief that unless the disease toj * an unex pecte...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 17 July 1903

o THE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , JULY 17,1003 , Y Norfolk Play House Purchased by A , J , Dunlcvy. THE CITY WILL BE BENEFITED. Ttlclcn Mnn Uoupht ; the Thontro From Mr , Bonll Yoatenlny nnd Will bo Here Tomorrow to Tnko Inventory. Plnys Will bo Qood. The Norfolk Auditorium has boon pnrohnKod from A. H. Hcall by A. J. Uunlovy of Tlldnn , and the now proprietor - priotor will take Immodlato pOHBOHnlon , The deal wnfl completed yesterday at Tildon. Mr. Uunlovy will bo in the city tomorrow to look over his newly acquired property ami take an In ventory , In thn transfer of Norfolk'n theatre from Mr. lU-all to Mr. Uunlovy , the city will bo bonoflttod. Mr. Dnnlnvy Is H man who will without a doubt pro vide Unit olnM at tract lonn for his IIOIIHO nnd the ratcH to Norfolk poopln who do- Hirothouno of tlio bnil ling will prob- nbly not bo out of roach. The house WIIB built ever three yonrn ago and was purchased by Mr. Honll last year. SATURDAY SITTINGS. B. Meyers has returned from Sioux City. ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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