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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 21 August 1903

JHE NORFOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , AUGUST 21 , HUM. Nebraska Republicans Name Candidate for Supreme Bench. ONLY ONE BALLOT FOR REGENTS Whltmore and Allen Are Chosen. Roosevelt It Indorsed for a Renom- Inatlon Boom John L. Webster for Vice President. Judge J. D. Barnes , nominee for ns- social' ) justice of the supreme court , compauleil by John R. Hays , W. M. Ilobertson nntl W. N. Huso. Other delegates returned last night. Lincoln , Aug. 19. The ticket : Asso ciate justice of supreme court. John B. Barnes of Madison county ; regents of State university , Charles S. Allen of Lancaster andV. . O. Whltmore of Douglas. Nebraska Republicans In their con- Tentlon made a new record for bar- ronlous work. Beginning at 2 p. in. the convention transacted Its business and was ready to adjourn three hours later. The nomination of Court Com missioner John n Barnes for associ ate justice of the supreme court had ' /or weeks been forecasted and his se lection was more In the nature of a ratification tha...

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 — 21 August 1903

NOHKOLK NEWS : FRIDAY , Al'til'ST 21 , 1000. SHOE SALE ! STOCK OF SHOES Belonging to Blotcksy Bros. , of Jefferson City , Iowa. Bought by the Boston Shoe Store at 40C ON THE DOLLAR 4 AND WILL NOW BE SLAUGHTERED. Such prices you have never heard of. The stock comprises everything that you ever saw in the shape of shoes. Large and small , and any width. Come on , come everybody. * We can fit you all. This is the largest and the best selected stock ever brought to Norfolk. This is no humbug sale , but will guarantee every , , pair "or money refunded. This stock will be sold at less than half what you can buy it for from other shoe stores. Our competitors are sore , but we did not come here to please them , but ourselves. This tre = mendous sale is now on. Look for the big cloth sign painted red , saying : "The Boston Shoe Store. " We also carry a big line of men's and boys' shirts , pants , overalls , blouses , socks , neckwear and gloves. Also about 100 pieces of dress goods , also la...

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 — 21 August 1903

THE NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS.JOURNAL. PART TWO NORFOLK , NEMtASKA , FKIDAV , Al'llt'ST 21 , MIO . PAGES 9 TO 12 Aged Marquis Only Kept Alive by Artificial Respiration. LAST SACRAMENT IS GIVEN. Ex-Premier Slowly Sinking and Not Likely to Live Through the Day Is ' Seventy-Three Years of Age Fell From a Chair. London , Aug. 21. Special to The News : Lord Salisbury , ex-premier of England , Is slowly sinking and It Is feared that he cannot survive the day. The last sacrament has been admin istered , and life Is only maintained In the body of the aged marquis by the administration of oxygen artificially. The fatal Illness Is Brlght's disease , combined with acute nervous pros tration brought on by a fall from a chair through the breaking of one of its arms. Robert Arthur Talbot Gascoyne Ce cil , Marquis of Salisbury , Is seventy- three years of age. Ho was appointed premier In 1885 by Queen Victoria , and again In 1880. He was the leader of the opposition to the Gladstone government In the ho...

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 — 21 August 1903

r' ' 10 THF NORFOLK NEWS FRIDAY , AUGUST 21 , 1903. THE NORFOLK NEWS W. X. IIUMi : , rul.ll.hrr. DAII.V. tKntnlilliiliril 1RS7. ] TCvcry ilny except Sunday. lly our- rlur p r wcoU , 16 ronu. lly mull per year , )6UO. _ 1VKKKI.V MJW4-.IOlH.\l ) , . The New * . IXnlillnliPil. IhM. , The Joiirnill , UM.iOllHliPil , 1887. Kvrry rtldny , lly mull per > rnr. II. SO. Special Notion Advance milmcrlp- tlniiH In tlio NrWH-Journal ulll do tnltcn vinlll Octolior 1G nt tlio rate of ll.liu pxr ) ear , Ulil mitiNct Ilium inuy ) iii\o tliu lionrllt of tlilM nito by pu lilt , ' niraaruKi'N lo data nt tlia i ipt Ion prlcn "Mil line year In mlvnncc. Thin upcpliil 'ffer ttlll bo withdrawn Octobnr Iti. Knterril nt the iioMlnfllco nt Nor folk. Neb , IIH flfcond OMNH | nmttur. Telephones : IMItorlnl Department , No. 21' . lIiiHliicHD Olllcu and Job lHomn. No , aiXi. Republican County Convention. To tlio Republican Hlectoi-H of Mad ison County , NoliniHUu : Not IPO IH hereby glvcm that a ropnh- llcan de...

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 — 21 August 1903

THE NOHFOLK NfcWS : FRIDAY , Al'GUST 21 , 1903. 12 Floating Specks. in front of yonr eyes ? Better conic nuil tee ns. Sometimes they indicate n very eorions condition. Very oft n they nro harm less. Wo cnn toll in fifteen minntcs what causes tlie'ni nnd the remedy. Dr , Marquardt , Ophthalmologist , As Good as Gold ! The Elkhoru B. & S. Association will make you n loan to bnild or bny , on favorable terms. T. E. ODIORNE , Secretary. MILLARD GREEN , DRAY AND TRANSFER LINE PIANO MOVING A SPECIALTY. ° Calls Answered THONE SB ? Promptly L. L. REMBE , Steam and Hot Water Heating. . First Door South News Office. DON'T FORGET THE Per Cent 20 Discount on WOMEN'S , MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S OXFORDS. We Keep Open Evenings until 9:00 : o'clock. PALACE SHOE STORE STAPENHORST & CO. , Proprietors. "We give tickets on Ohiokeriug Piano. The Weather. Conditions of 'iho weather as re corded for the 24 hours ending at 8 a. m. today. Maximum 88 Minimum CC Average 77 Barometer 29.90 Forecast for Ne...

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 — 21 August 1903

ll THE NORFOLK NEWS : FHIDAV , AUGUST 21. 1903. r THE OXNARD UAH 11KF.N Remodelled Throughout Under Mm now ownornhlp n Complete Now Sorvlon han bi > mi In stalled , Kvory modern eonvonlonco. New Cnrpct.s , New Decorations , New Furniture. L. A. BARTHOLOMEW , Ownsr. C. II. VAIL , Manager. A NEW ART NEEDLE STORE Han Just Iwfln opened by Mrs. Joseph Schwartz , at lilt ) South Fourth stroet. All sorts of Fancy Embroidery Silks , Sofa Cushion Covers , Kto. , are for snlo. A department , also , for HAIR DRESSING , MANICURING , SHAMPOOING AND FACIAL MASSAGE Embroidery IDBHOIIH flvon. ? Mifm Hlln Schumacher assists In this branuh. Brainard & Armstrong Silks , FRANK AMBROSE The Harpist furnish music for dancing parties , private parties , eto. Address 0W ! I Nor- lolk avenue. DINNERS , 25 cts. ( Sunday Included. ) Fry's Restaurant. 310 Norfolk Avenue. Mrs , Sadie Hart Miller OSTEOPflTHlC PHYSICIAN. Graduate of American School ofOmoo pahy , undur founder of the Bolouco Residence nud of...

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 — 28 August 1903

V i PART ONE NOUKOLK , MCHUASKA , FRIDAY , AI ( ll'ST 'Js , 1'Jiul ' PAGES 1 TO 0 Those Who Will Represent Democrats. NO NOMINATIONS WERE MADE. Democrats and Populists Met at Bat tie Creek Today to Name Repre N sentatlves to State and Judicial Conventions. [ From Saturday's Dnllv.l Battle Crook , Aug. 22. Shortly nf- tor 1 o'clock this afternoon the dem ocrats of Madison county met In con vention nt thlB place. Slnco It hntl been determined Unit county olllcers bo not chosen nt this time , butntnn adjournment - journmont tiikon until Inter In the season , nil that romnlnod for the con vention to do wns to organize , immo delegates to the state and judicial conventions , and adjourn. This was accomplished with considerable ex pedition and adjournment was taken In plenty of tlmo for the delegates to reach their homes In time for supper this evening. The delegates wore called to order by S. H. Thatch In the absence of F. II. Davis , chairman of the county cen tral committee , and the c...

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 — 28 August 1903

M l < ) JMHFOMC NEWS : FRIDAY , AUGUST 28 , 1903. Norfolk Man Was in International - national Yacht Race. DESCRIPTION OF THE RACING. Plumbing of the Famous Madeleine Cost About $2,000 Upton Has Spent Millions ntul Cup Doesn't Look Worth $1.-18 Others There. While Sir Thomas Upton and Cap tain HIIIT , with the Shamrock 111. mid the cup defender , Holluiicu , uru prac tically unknown quantltUm to nn\ny people In Norfolk except from IIOWH- pnpor dcscirliitloiiH , tluro nro n few who take uioru tliiin n passing Inter est In tlio races between HIOHO two wonderful yachts hccaimo tlioy nro fninlllur with tlio ways of racing and with KOIIIO of the people , thmiiHolvoH , who liuvo to do with the ovontH. L. L. Humbu In ono who. as far hank as 187B , wan connected with the Inter national yacht race and who did u Hhnro oC the work In winning thu cup for the Ainoilcaii bout.- That WUH the season when the ConntuHH of Dufforln nttomptod to lift the cup , hut wan tin- nblo to gain It against 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 — 28 August 1903

Defeats Shamrock in by One Minute Nineteen Seconds. 13 BETTER ON EVERY POINT Takes Lead at the Start and Is Never Headed Rival Companies Interfere With Marconi Wireless Service. Storm Strikes Sandy Hook. New York , Aug. 20. In a. glorious whole eall breeze , over a triangular courbo , toil miles to tha log , the Meet- looted cup defender , the Uollnnco , ncaln allowed her heels to Sir Thomas Llptou'a chnllenger , taking the second race of the cup series of 1903 by the narrow margin of ono minute nnd nineteen - teen seconds. It was as pretty and ns hard fought a contest as has over been sailed off Sandy Hook , and had the wind not fallen during the last ten minutes , the record for the course , throe hours , twelve minutes and fif teen seconds , made by the Columbia two years ago in her memorable race against the Shamrock II , would have been broken. As It was , the Ho- llanco sailed the thirty miles within two minutes and thirty-nine seconds of the record , which speaks wonders for ...

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 — 28 August 1903

'UK ' N'OHKOMv NMWS : TODAY , Al'ai'ST ' 28 , 1003. Oyster liny appears to bomuch more nccesslblo for polltlclaiiH tlinn was the National imrk when Pronldcut Hooso- volt wna thorc. If the weather clerk will now keep It turned oft for nliont a month tlio country will lake rnro of Itself nnil mature ix bumper corn crop. The camimlKit , then , In MndlHon county , will not really upon until after the republicans hnvo met on the Uth ! ) of next month anil placed In the flohl the winning ticket. The corn Is rapidly clearing the track for Jack Frost and some of It I IB now HO far advanced that a light [ touch of frpoxlng weather would not materially damage ItH < | imllty. The attention that IB being paid to wuHturn NtihniHkti by the government , the rallnmdH and other largo Interests ! JH Indicative of 11m future In Hloro ' for tfiat Hcctlon of the Htato , which IB nothing loss than optlmlBtlc. The Omaha liar tenderH huvo de cided not to go out on a ntrlko and the thlrBty people of that...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 28 August 1903

MM IK NOHKOliK JtKWS : KH1DAV , Al'Gl'HT ' 8H , 1IO ! . THOR J Dy ROY RICHARDSON . 1902. tr the S. S. McClure Comwiy ' ' "Now , then , young man , " yawned Uncle 1J1II as bo got slowly out of Ids easy chair and surveyed Ids oldest nephew , who had begun to show marked signs of unrest over his occu pation of building block churches , "what shall wo do to put In the rest of this rainy Sunday afternoon ? " "Let's play plngpong , " Hobby HUP- Rested. "You're not big enough yet. Guess again , or I'll plngpong you. " "Let's tell stories , " ventured Hobby. "All right , old sport. You begin. " "We-ell , " drawled the youngster In the singsong of rote , climbing Into Uncle Hill's lap , "once on a time , w'y , they wasn't iin-ny little boys 'n' little girls , 'n' pretty soon they was Cain V Abel. ' .V they didn't have nii-ny Bisters or brothers or nothln' 'cept Just n papa 'n' mamma , nor no Puele Hills or nothln' . 'N' their papa 'n' mamma were cross ono time 'n' told their little T "UNCLE ...

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 — 28 August 1903

Gollmar Bros1 Show in Norfolk Twice Today. UNLOADED AT AN EARLY HOUR. The Dlood perspiring , hippopotamus the Dlggont Unite That Drcnthen , and Many Other Features A Cred- Itablc Entertainment. [ From Sntunliiy'H Dully. ] TltlR IH clrriiH ilny In Norfolk nnil the llrHt cirrus day Norfolk has owned for mnny.many IMOOHH. ( lollinar Bros. ' big rullroiul HhowH , not the "world'H greatest , " hut still great enough to require fonrti'on special ears ami two engines to curry their performance , rolkul Into the M. O.HwItchlng yards nt u very unrly hour thlH morning , nnil got busy at once , unloading tliu tents , wagons , cages niul poloH for the day'H exhibitions. A good Hlzod crowd of people hnvo gathered In the o.lty for the Initial clr- ctiH of the season , and the IIIUIIUIIHU canviiH , which IH pitched at the corner of Madison avuniio ami Second Hlreot , was well filled thlH aflornoon with n Hwoltorlng , much fanned IIIIIHH of hu manity. It was no Hinnll group of men and boys that gat...

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 — 28 August 1903

" V , ' 'UK ' NOKKOUv NKWS : KHIDAY , aUUl'ST US , 11)011. ) Passenger Service Utterly De moralized in Norfolk. ALL ARE INDEFINITELY LATE. Black Hills Train , Due at Noon , Will Not Arrive Until Late Tonight. Train Bound for Boncsteel Was Not In at 4 O'clock. fKrom Thursday's Dally ] Following is the time nut this after noon for the anlvnl of delayed trains : Chicago & Northwestern : No. 1 , duo at noon from Oinnlm , will iirrlvo at 0:30 : or 7. No. 1 will leave Bonosteel soon af ter arriving. No. 5 , duo to leave Norfolk for Long Pine at mxm , will Icavo soon after. No. ( ! , duo fiom the west at 12:10 : Thursday noon , will reach Noifolk at 1 a. in. Friday morning. No. 3 , duo from the east at 7:20 : , will bo two or three hours late , time not delllnltely known. Union Pacific and C. St. P. M. & O. reported on time. Line on Northwestern Is now clear Delay was caused by washoutbotween Council Bluffs and Omaha and at Nlckcrson. The Black Hills tiain will reach Long Pine at 9...

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 — 28 August 1903

b * i J ( /U * Y STOCK OF SHOES Belonging to Blotcksy Bros. , of Jefferson City , Iowa. Bought by the Boston Shoe C3 / 40 THE AND WILL NOW BE SLAUGHTERED. Such prices you have never heard of. The stock comprises everything that you ever saw in the shape of shoes. Large and small , and any width. Come on , come everybody. We can fit you all. This is the largest and the best selected stock ever brought to Norfolk , This is no humbug sale , but will guarantee every pair or money refunded. This stock will be sold at less than half what you can buy it for from other shoe stores. Our competitors are sore , but we did not come here to please them , but ourselves. This tre mendous sale is now on. Look for the big cloth sign painted red , saying : The Boston Shoe Store. " y We also carry a big line of men's and boys' shirts , pants , overalls , blouses , socks , neckwear and gloves. Also about 100 pieces of dress goods , also ladies' wrappers and table linen at prices you never before dreame...

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 — 28 August 1903

PAHT TWO XOUKULK , NM'MUtA.sKA , FRIDAY , At'tU'ST Us. l < ) ul ; PAGES 0 TO. 12 B | Three Railroad Wrecks This Morning , and Trolley Cars. EIGHTEEN ARE KILLED IN ALL. Three Trainmen In Missouri Many Soldiers Killed and Wounded In Italy Hundred Cattle In Wisconsin Collision , Besides Injuries. Valley Park , Mo. Aug. 28. Special to The News : Two engineers and ono brnkcman nro dead as a result of n , bad collision which occurred hero this morning between two freight trains on the Missouri Pacific road. Collision In Wisconsin. Silver Lake , WIs. , Aug. 28. Special to The News : The Wisconsin Cen tral's fast passenger train collided with a stock train this morning. Ono hundred cattle were killed and four trainmen are badly Injured. Trolley Car Collides With Truck. Kansas City , Aug. 28 , While run ning to a fire In the west bottoms a hook and ladder truck was struck by a trolley car. Three firemen and two passengers were hurt. The Injuries of the passengers were slight. The fol lowi...

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 — 28 August 1903

TIIK Mnm.'ni.k NMWS i.MnnAY . AiimrsT BS. mni. : y THE NORFOLK NEWS \V. I'lilillxlirr. tlCalabllHhPil im.l Uvory ilny oxoojtl Sunday. l y cnr- irlor pur week , 15 ooiitH. Uy mull pur your , $ G.Ou. WKUKI.V Ms\v.t-.uunxAi. ; . The N'OWM. iJNlllllllMlllul , 1881. The Journal. ICHtabllMhoil. 1887 Bvory Krlilay. lly iniill pur your , $1.60. Hiioolul Notlcn AiUmicu HUbHcrlp- UniiM to the NOWH- Join mil will lit tnlcon until Oi-tiiliur 1C ut tlm nitu or Sl.UU l > or your. Old HiibHt-ilboiH limy luivo the iionuiu of this nito by pay- IIIK nrriMrnKKH l < > ' ' ' ' "I "lo rciKiiliir BiiliporlptlDii til-loo anil ono year In nilviiiiui ) . ThlM Hpcolnl oitor will bo wlthtlriiwn Octoliur Ifl. VJiitiMfnl nt tlio tiodlolUvo < tt Nur- folk. Nub. , n Boeond olu nialtor. TnloiihonoH : IMItorlnl Duimrlmiint , No , 22. HllHllltlHH OIIIC-0 1111(1 Job H-JOIUH. No. 3l J. REPUDLICAN TICKET. Stntc. Kur Judjjo of tlui Hiiiiromo Court J. 11 , HiiriuiH .Mm IHOII KmHoKontM of Hlnto UnlvnrHlly Chnrl...

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 — 28 August 1903

T11K NOHKOIiIC NKWS : I'MUDAY ' , Al'Cll'ST ' J , IJKMI. 11 ARE YOU ONE ? who is MilTerlng good deal from headaches , nervousness and other painful niid ills- treeing symptoms ? It inny lie that j'our eyes uro the. ciuifto of nil. Wo correct thu eyes , remove the cause und nutiiro does the curing Bettor see us nhout it boforc it is too Into , Dr , Marquardt , Ophthalmologist , As Good as Gold ! The Elkhorii B. Ai S. Association will make yon n louu to build or buy , 011 favorable terms. T. E. ODIORNE. Secretary. MILLARD GREEN , DRAY AND TRANSFER LINE PIANO MOVING A SPEOIATY. Ofllco & Itoslilnnco , n | | _ l > p "PHONE 58. " "U L. L. REMBE , Steam and Hot Water Heating. First Door South News Office. POINT FORGET THE Per Cent < 20 t i Discount on WOMEN'S , MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S OXFORDS , We Keep Open Evenings until 9:00 : o'clock. PALACE SHOE STORE STAPENHORST & CO. , Proprietors. We give tio'sots on Oaickering Piuno. The Weather. Conditions of the weather as re corded ...

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 — 28 August 1903

TIIIO NOlll'OUC XI3NVS : FRIDAY , Atllt'ST 'Js , 1003. Boys' Suits and Pants. To close out our present stock to make room for Fall goods , we have cut the prices and not considered cost. All of Suits our $6.00 - - $4.50 All of our $5.00 3.75 Suits . * - All of our $4.00 3.00 Suits . All of our $3.00 2.25 Suits . All of our $2.50 I. Suits . All of our $1.00 75 knee Pants All of our 50c Knee Pants Men's Odd Pants Out of Suits and remnants of our business. We have thrown them into one lot at PER PAIR These pants are worth from $2.00 to .00 per pair. THOSE WHO REMEMBER OUR FORMER SALE NEED NO SECOND INVITATION. ' \f \ TH E STHR CLOTHING STORE THE OXNARD * HA8ltEiN : Remodelled Throughout Under the now ownornhlp a Complete Now Seivico lwn been In stalled. Every modern convenience. New Carpets , New Decorations , New Furniture. LA. BARTHOLOMEW , Owner. C. H. VAIL , Manager. If you huvo iv luiKKy or vehicle of nny kind got your tires reaer on ono of Henderson's ' Tire Setting Machines ! It...

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 — 4 September 1903

Y PART ONE NOUI'OhK. NKI5MASKA , I'l.'IDAY , SKITKMHKK I , HUM. PAGES 1 TO 8 Sudden Disappearance ol folk Man Gives Alarm. HE HAD MONEY ON HIS PERSON. Police Fall to Find any Clue as to the Whereabouts of Stone Mason Who Was Last Seen at Supper , 411 South Fourth Street , Saturday. fFrum Monday's Dally. 1 August Hurg , of 111 South Fourth street , 1ms dropped from view. Ho very suddenly iiud mysteriously dls- appeared Saturday night and It Is feared by his Intimate friends Unit lie has met with foul play ami perhaps a cold blooded murder. He curried a large sum of money Saturday night anil this intensities the alarm of his acquaintances , who hnvo searched in vain for the missing man. The Nor folk police force have been working hard on the case today hut no signs of the lost Burg have yet been brought to light. August Hurg Is a stone mason forty years old , who has been employed at the new Northwestern yards on the work of the _ roundhouse. Ilo has roomed at111 South Fourth street w...

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 — 4 September 1903

Till ! ] HMKFOMC NtiWS : FIU DAY , SUPlKMBKU 4 , Much Better Crowd Today Than Yesterday. SMALL NORFOLK ATTENDANCE. Races Not Called Until 3 O'clock this Afternoon Tomorrow Is lite Dig Day of the Meet , When the Dest Horses In the Country Participate. fV'roin Momlny'rt Oallv 1 Mattlo Ciook , Sept II. Special to The NOWH : The second day of the mutual met ) nii-ol In almost perfect from n weather Htnudpolut. Thorn IM llttlo wind nnd It IH Just warm enough to make perfect racing conditions. The crowd at the raeeM , today prom- iaos to bo double what It WIIH yoHtor- day. Shoitly aflor dinner the baud played on the BtrcotH and It IH ovl- dent fiom the number of pcoplo pr m- cut that the association would ri-colvo R good patrouitgo today. Whllo the crowd In satisfactory for the second day. Hattlo Crook people fool that Nor folk Is not giving the moot m much at tention an It doHorvoH. Tho.ro are not many from Norfolk here today , and there should be. The races to day will not start until I...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
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