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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 16 October 1903

THE WEEKLY NEW&JOURNAL PART TWO NOIIKOI.K , NIUMKASKA , I'MMDAY , ( HTOIHOU 1(5 ( , 1DOH. PAGES 9 TO 16 The Soldiers From Ft. Nio- brara Finish March. B > f W. ARRIVED IN CITY AT 1 O'CLOCK. ? W.fr Iffv , V * vu ' The 480 Colored Fighters , In Charge J 'C of Twenty White Officers , Complete - # ' ' ? plete Their March From Valentine to Norfolk In Good Shape. V [ Krom Snturtlny'fl pally. ] The 4SO colored troops of the Twenty-fifth Infantry , U. S. A. , in charge of twenty white olllcors , < luo to arrive In Norfolk nt noon to day , camped seventeen miles wustof this city last night and made the . march during the morning so that t < * ' cf they reached town shortly after 1 o'clock. They will camp In Norfolk until Sunday afternoon when they will hoard their special train and move to Fort Rlloy , Kan. , for the an nual encampment. The soldiers will not , as had been planned , remain In Norfolk for six days. They will bo hero a llttlo over twenty-four hours. Their special t...

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 — 16 October 1903

10 THH NOKFOLIC NKWS. KKIDAY , OCTOBER 10 , 1908. A Light Drizzle Fell all Day Monday , Generally. SECTION 18 MUDDY AFTER IT. Reports From Donestael , Long Pine , Stanton , and Wlnildc , Including Localities Between , Indicate the General Character of It. All of northeast Nebraska was with a sternly , drlztllng rnln g yesterday nnd thin morning como without much relief from the gloomy clouds. Thu ruin iuuio ; lit Norfolk registered .78 of nn Inch for tha totftl rain , .08 of nn Inch hav ing fnlltMi previous to H o'clock Mon day morning. The hoot hnrvoiit In mimowlint delayed hy the wntor UH work In the fields will ho ImpoHHlhlo for several days. Fall plowing , how ever , will ho miulo easier hy the wink- Inc. Inc.It It was u steady rainfall and ono which put every drop of water Into tlio ground. Tlioro was no surplus to nin away and the gutters had llttlo work to do. The following reports show the general urea of the rain : Rom-stool. K. I ) . , Oct. 1.1. A Hloady rnln ( hough not a...

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 — 16 October 1903

TUB NOHVOMC NKWS : F1UDAY , OfTOHKH 111. I linn. 11 i "Will Leave Norfolk Saturday * Morning : at 10:50. : I THIRTY STANTON DOYS TO JOIN Will Arrive at Fort Rlley for the En campment on Sunday Morning. Captain Fuller , Captain Eberly and Lieutenant Pllyer In Charge. Company L , N. N. 0. , Captain Chester A. Fuller in command , will leave Norfolk Saturday morning at 10:50 : o'clock over the Union Pacific to Kort Hlley , Kansas , where they will upend several days with the reg ular encampment. Everything In In readiness for the start nt that time. There will bo six ty men In the company , thirty of them from Norfolk and the other thirty recruited from the Stanton company. The Stanton boys will ar rive on the Northwestern train , No. I ! , Friday night and will bo hoadquarV tered at the armory until the next morning. The company will have a special car out of Norfolk and a standard sleeper will ho furnished the officers at Valley. They will arrive at the fort on Sunday morning , time u...

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 — 16 October 1903

12 TI1K NOKKOUC NKWR. FKIDAY , OCT01JKU 1C , 11)05. ) Tlint Htnry that tlioro wna n "rut In tool" does not tnonn tlmt tlioro will bo nil increased output of cut stool rniMiieiitrt. The liullun summer has niimri | > ntly come to Ktny until that snow Mlonn buries Ilic ftiHlonlHlH from sight , iltio In something loss than a month. The republican tlclu't In good onottKh for any volor , and those who hnvo no particular political choice nsay ho expected to line up ( or It solidly. Japan Is giving ovury Indication thnt fiho Is not trembling In her koots for four of u war with Russia. The modern training In military and nnval tactics Him IIHH received will Htiuid lu r In good stead In the event of war. Nebraska wantH to enter the up- pumehlng national campaign with the record of having horn redeemed Horn fiiHlon to stay lodeotnod and the voters of the pnrty may ho depended HIHin to HOO that the victory thin fall IH emphatic. AH long as the people can ho im- surod Hint the miiltl-mllllonu...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 16 October 1903

Till' ] NORFOLK NEWS : Fill DAY , OCTOIIIOH 1(5 ( , 11)08 ) , J Old Resident of Meadow Grove Loses His Mind for a Time. 8. WILLIAMS WANDERED AWAY. J , , i. . ' .After Becoming Violent at Home and I' ' _ Breaking up the Furniture He * i Wandered Through a Corn Field I A and Regained His Consciousness. Meadow Grove , Neb. , Oct. 10. Special to The News : Sherd .Wil liams , an old and respected resident , j4 of this place had a peculiar lapse of ' ] memory yesterday. Ho commenced acting strangely In the morning , and grow rapidly worse. Ho finally be came violent and commenced breakIng - Ing up the furniture at home and performing other violent acts. Later he left the house and commenced to wander about In a corn Held. Citi zens endeavored to follow him when his condition was realized , and found ' back and forth fj his tracks , zigzagging I" ' aimlessly through the Held , he seem- "I ' - ( W B to have wandered about many ' Jioiirs. , . Later In the afternoon bo recovered - ' ered bis ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 16 October 1903

14 TIIK NCMKOMC NMWS : Kill DAY , OCTOBER 1(5 ( , 11)08. ) State Architect Says They Will be Ready. THE COMMITTEE VISITS BOARD. Stir up the Members nnd Got Assur ance That the Work on Nebraska Institution Will Start Before Very Long Mr. Tyler Is Busy. A cotnmtlloo of Norfolk business inuii vlHltt'tl Lincoln Tuesday , returnIng - Ing Wednesday , In the Interest of the Insane hospital whirl ) Nebraska IIHH appropriated $1011.000 for. They Htlnod up the Htutu Hoard of 1'ubllo hands mill lliilldlngs mid wore prom ised that the plans would bo roiuly liy November 1. State Atrhltocl Tyler assured the committed thnt bo Is now at work on tlio plans and that ho will hnvo Ilium ready within loss than a month. After that It IH understood thai tlmo will havu to bo taUon out for bid ad- Yorttslng and to atltind to othur pre liminary dotallH before actual labor limy bo begun. The committee consisted of 0. A. Lulkart , W. M. Robertson , W. 1 ! . HuchoU , N. A. Kalnbolt , Hurt Mapos nnd ( ' . H. Jen...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 16 October 1903

TUB NOUKOiMv NMWS : FRIDAY , ( KTOIWK Hi , 11)08. ) 15 DELINQUENT TAX SALE Trcanurcr's Office , Madison County , NuhruHka. ftotlce In norcby given that all lands ami town lots in Uie following list , on which the taxas remain unpaid for the year specified , will bo sold at this office on the llrst Monday of No- Tctnber , 1903. Following IB the Hut for publica tion , as required by law , giving ; the amount due thereon , to which will be added Intorestattlio rate of 10 per cent per annum from the first day of May after the year duo , with cost of pub lication 10 cents for each lot description and 20 cents for each land description and sale. Dated at Madison , Nebraska , October 1 , 1903. , , H. C. MILES , County Treasurer. YEAR 1902. .A K whf se 22 8.52 c hf se 20 8.52 sw 24 19.51 sw no 26 5.45 sene 2C 5.12 e hf so 20 8.52 whf se 20 8.33 whf nw 30 10.28 ne 31 21.12 ehf ehf se se 32 2.87 whf se 35 19.27 so 3G 17.04 EMERICK PRECINCT. Township 22 , Range 4. SCHOOLCRAFT PRECINCT. Townshi...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 16 October 1903

10 Til 10 NOin < miC NICWS : 1'MUDAY ' , ( HTOHKR 1(1 ( , Pioneer Town Site Co'a. Addition. 2 33 2.03 3 33 8.10 4 33. .08 .F. J. Hate's Out Lota. . G . ' 68 G 3.38 I Highland Precinct. Dose I/it Blk Amt w hf Gl whf 7 | 31 11.30 8 31 15.60 w hf 21 whf a | .12 18'Jl Clark's Addition. 10 52 .44 1 2 3 G3 7.15 4 53 .41 10 53 .44 10 G3 .41 13 G3 .44 14 53 l58 11) Uli .41 G OS 9.25 F. W. Barnes1 Fifth . . , .Addition 1 90 .85 7 90 ohf 8 90 1.27 10 90 10.08 Wycoff's Sub Division of Blk. 5 , Mandamu Addition. 2 5 11.70 Dlttmar's Addition. s hf 7 .S no 7 .4 S 1:3 9 1.0 Robertson's Addition. w hf 2 1.6 4 4.2 Hewitt's Addition. 1 1.2 Bauch's Addition. DOHO Ixt Blk Amt r > o .41 01 7 0 .85 8 9 .11 Park Addition. pt VACAtUll Ht i 5.18 n 12 o 72 i i iCn ; ptohf ptohf i 3 ! S5 6 8 12.01 College Hill Addition. 1 1 .44 4 1 .44 Dnuch'i Second Addl * . tlon. 1 1 .85 4' l.'OS West Side Park. 2 1.27 18 .85 19 ,85 20 ,85 MADISON CITY UN ION. Joac Lot Dlk Amt W. J. Barnes' Addition. 7 89 2.37 North A...

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 — 23 October 1903

" " < J TUB .NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL " " lor/en/ U * / . . i / PART ONE NOKKOUC , Nl'llUIASKA ' , I-MMDXY , ( HTOUKK UJJ , I'.in ' ; ! . PAGES 1 TO 8 "Wives of Two Well Known Bankers Died Last Night. STANTON AND BATTLE CREEK. Mrs. William Gcrecke Dies Very Sud denly in Omaha , Before Husband Reaches Bedside Mrs. Richardson of Battle Creek III but Four Days. A message was received in Norfolk Friday night from Omaha , announc ing the death of Mrs. William Go- recite of Stanton , who had been In an Omaha hospital during the past two weeks. Mrs. Oerecko formerly lived in Norfolk and has many friends here \vho wore shocked at the news of her death. Mrs. Gerecke was taken to the jiospltal two weeks ago and seemed to bo getting on well. Fri day , however , she suffered from a sinking spell and during the evening passed away. Mr. Gerecke at Stanton - ton was informed of the sinking and started for Omaha on a freight train before news of the death came. 13. II. Gereclte of Norfolk Is ...

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 — 23 October 1903

TIIK NOHKOUv VKW-S : KHIIMY no Boarded Train for Fort Rlley Saturday Morning. STANTON DOYS DID NOT COME. The Thirty Soldiers From There , However , Will Join the Norfolk Militiamen at Fremont Will Ar rive at Camp Sunday. Comimny 1 * . N. N. (3. , In command of tholr ciiptuln , ChosU'r A. Kill lor , loft Norfolk at lOiiHt o'clock thin mornliiK for Kort Hlloy , Knnmix , whom tlu\v will arrlvo ut mi iincor- tain hour Smiilny morning niul ro- iniiln In camp with other n < Klmontn from otlior HtnU'H next weok. Tli Norfolk mllltla hoys hoanlctl tholr own Hpcdnl earn at the union Htntlon anil will ho transported to Kort Hiloy ever tlio Union I'aclllo rail' mail. Thorn wore thirty of thorn from Norfolk ami I ho company will liu Inrreusmil to Itn full ( pieta at Kro- inont liy tlio tlolallt'd corps of Stanton - ton HOllllOI-H. Stnnton Doys Did Not Come. 'I'ho Htiuiton boys did not coino to Norfolk hint nlKht an had lu-on ox- jicctcd. liiHload Ihoy will join tlio company at Kromont. There ...

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 — 23 October 1903

T11K NORFOLK NKWS : TODAY , OCTOHKK 21. IlKMJ Dragged to Death by His Pony Yesterday. WORKED FOR CHARLES IAUCH. Leslie Luedc Was Driving Cattle Into the Pasture When He was Thrown and Dragged Eighteen Rods With 'Fntnl Results. CrolKhtnn. Nob. , Oct. 21. Special to The News : Leslie Luede , a hey eleven years of ago was thrown from his pony while driving cattle for Charles lanch yesterday morning and was dragged to his death by the frightened animal. The fatal accident occurred at the lanch farm a mllu and a half north- jiRt of this place at ! ) o'clock yester day forenoon. The parents of the hey live In town and ho had boon working for Mr. laneh lint three days when ho met his death. Ho had just driven the cows Into the pen near the lauch liomc when the pony became unman- tigeablo and threw him off. Ono foot caught In the stirrup and Luede was dragged a distance of about eighteen rods , the pony running toward the Ijarn. As soon as Mr. lauch saw that something was wrong ho hurried o...

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 — 23 October 1903

MIK NOHKOLK NEWS : I'MUDAY ' , OCTOBKIl 2i , 11)03. ) The Norfolk Just three more weeks In which In Interest your friends In ( ho republi can tlokot. II l u good nno ntiil you "should lese no tlnm. Gorman tluols appear lo ho nioro daiiKoroiiB than thiwo of the French variety. Ono combatant wan netually \voiinilutl on the imrmlu ground at Schollorhau laul Sunday. Patterson. N. .1. , IH afiout as pur- Blstont a plncu UH Ihoro In on ( ho mnp for keeping Its nnnio In ( ho p.i- porn , hut usually It IH just Iho wirl of advertising to nialio the people want to slay away , anil ruiiiiiln at homo In Nebraska. Now that the entire republican ticket IB before you you Bhoiihl not delay In passing your approval upon It U Is good and all that will he rotUlrod | to elect It will he for Homo conscientious work from thlH I line on and to got every voter lo ( he polls. If John Alexander Dowle succeeds In converting New York Clly , IIH ! claim to being a grout iiropbot will be given credence. It IH so...

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 — 23 October 1903

1MIK NOHKOMC NMWS. 1 < MIIAV. { ) OPTOHHH > : i 1110.1. Council Condemns and Orders Them Improved. A NEW STREET COMMISSIONER. H. H. Miller Appointed to the Office and the Appointment Is Confirmed. City Will Help Build Sewer to Fed eral Court House. The city council mot In regular session Thursday night with the mayor and all this councllmon pres ent , except Huolow. An amendment was made to the minutes of October by striking out in the last clause all after the word "man" and Inserting In lieu thereof the following , "to do the work of the street commissioner until the next meeting of the council. " The bill of the Citizens National bank assigned by K. 13. Hartman , which had been laid over from the last meeting , was again laid over "t and referred to a committee com- 4 .posed of Councilmen Kiosaii and Brummund for investigation and re port. port.The The street and alloy committee re ported that the gutter on the south side of Madison avenue was being boxed by Mr. Karo , and ...

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 — 23 October 1903

'I UK NCMKOUC NEWS : FRIDAY , OCTONKH 21 ] , HIO.'l Artesian Well Still Throws Out Sand and Stone. GREAT PRESSURE DEVELOPED. Milling Company nt Lynch IB Joyful Over the Outcome of the Find. Have Uccn Trying for a Long Time to Get Cheap Water Power. Krnm Tut'mlny' Oiillv.1 Monday night Ilio crow nt the well struck a second Mow nt a depth < > f ! )20 ) foot that IH proving a decidedly strong well. The first How , or the one inppo.d by tlio old well WIIH reached Hovoral dayH ago but did not provo in ho of much value 'is a power pro ducer and tlio drilling was continued for 120 foot farther and the present sushor was struck. A test of tlio well IIIIH doinoiiHtratod tliu fart that. It will furnish a pros- MIIC equal to l < > horse power and In t'onnoftlon with the old well will give the milling company ahoiil riO-horno power to UNO whloh will inoro than tic siifllclonl to liandlo the they had phuinod on handling. The tapping of the lower voln of water lias had the effect of s...

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 — 23 October 1903

TIIK NOIJKOliKKVS. . I'KID'U. ' Ol TollM ! 'J.i , President Haul/ ; Lit the Gavel Fall at 10 O'Cloclc. WELCOMING ADDRESSES MADE. Auditorium Was Crowded by the Time the President's Annual Address Was Due Officers and Executive Council Had Seats on the Stage , San Francisco , Oct. 21. Special to Thi ) News : Whim the twenty-ninth animal meeting of tlio American Hankers' association was called to order tit 10 o'clock this morning by President Caltlwell Hardy of Norfolk , Va. . the auditorium of the California theatre was tilled with the members of the association , while the otllcers and executive council occupied seats on the stage. The ladles who came to the convention occupied the boxes. Mayor Sclunitx. welcomed the asso ciation to the city of San Francisco and Governor I'ardee assured the vis itors of California a hearty welcome , lion. .lames D. I'helau , speaking for the San Francisco bankers , also greeted the members. President Hardy , In his annual ad dress , discussed questio...

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 — 23 October 1903

UK NOHFOI.K NIUWS : FHIIMY , ( XTOIJhlR 2IJ , M)0 ) Candidates in the Ninth Will Take no Chances. WHAT ADOUT THE RESULT ? If the Names Go on by Petition Will It Effect the Count or the Result of the Election Petitions arc Belno Generally Signed. I-'rlomlH of Iho cunilltluli'H for dis trict judge In thlH district propose to take no chances regarding the rul ing nf Secretary of State Marsh I hut cortllleatos nf noinlnatlon should ho lllod with Iho secretary of Htuto In stead of llio county clerks as has hero- tot'oro boon doomed milltch'iit. 'I'ho rullw ; IH being tested through u euso that will h ( > uclcil upon hy the supreme - promo court , hut In the ovout the rul ing ol the Hwrotury ol' Hluto In BUS- tallied there would ho hut live candi dates In the Htuto whoso nuiiios uro entitled to placet ) on the ticket , us tholr regular party nominees and the tlmo limit having expired In which to llio such nominations , there Is only ono reoifnrHo and that Is for the can didates to got ...

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 — 23 October 1903

J THE NORFOLK WEEKIY NEWSJOURNAL PART TWO NOKKOMC , NKHKASKA , I'MflDAY ' , 0 ( TOUMR 'Jl : , 11)0:1. ) : PAGES 0 TO 12 Child is Burned to Death in its Home. MOTHER GONE TO NEIGHBOR'S. Mrs.Campbell Left Her Dnby at Home and the House Caught Fire Every Effort to Save the Child from the Flames Proved Unsuccessful. Tokanmh , Neb , , Oct. 22. SnOclnl to The News : Whllo Mrs. Cnini > bcll of this city was absent nt tlio homo era a neighbor , having left her bnby nt fcomc , her house burned and the child was killed. Every effort was made to save the helpless little form from Its tlciith In the flnmes but all work was In vain t and It died , crying terribly us the blaze utc up Us llcsh. SCHOOL MEN ARE IN LINCOLN. Superintendents and Principals Con gregate for Tonight. Lincoln , Oct. 23. Special to The is'ews : A largo number of superin tendents and principals of the schools of Nebraska are already hero to at tend the convention of their associa tion which opens tonight. It Is ex pected ...

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 — 23 October 1903

Till ? ) NOKFOMv IS'KWr : rillDAV , OC'-siWHH 28 , I' THE NORFOLK NEWS \ \ . X. Ill ! n \ i in' . ir.NtittillHlioit 1887.1 r. > rr > ; tiny i' * * > t : ! ! * , , ! ' . ' . . ; , . . .V'1' . . viM'.iTii. i HIM ini , liUU ll > - mull mi riirnl Hiiittw mm nnlii'lilo of NorfulK , ' . iitv. JU ! i. WIJHKI.V The Nn\VH. Knliilillnlnil. ! 1881. Tim Journal , KHtulillHliml , I8S7. Kvory Krliluy. Hy tnnll pur your. Jl.r.n. Kiit rcd ut ( ho uoNlolllt'fl lit Norfolk , Nob. , UN NoiMiiul I'liiHM nintlur. ToloiiliiiiioHKilltorlal ni | mrtinniit , No. 22. HUHlni'HH Olllro unit Jolt HOOIIIH , No. S22. _ _ Hr.IMIIII.KUN THJKI4T. Miltr. For .liiilno of I ho Hupremo Court J 11 Itnrni'M . MitillHOli ' 'KnV llr-icnntH f Hluto UnlvorHlly * Oliiirlpw S Allen . Uincimter W. O. Mn III lllnlrM. For .lu.ltfo . Ninth .lu.llt-lul DlMlrlol J. V. lloyrt . Kor TiPiiHiiror . ClulHtophor Mclmvliinil . . . .Hlioll Creole Kor Shorlff-- . , , , „ J. J. ClnnuMitM . Norfolk For .linliro - . C , ! ' KlHoloy ....

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 — 23 October 1903

TI1K NOUKOLK N13WS : KIUDAY , ( KTOUMIl J ! . 1HOH , 11 J Optician Oculist Opthalmologist OPTICIAN Ono who manufac tures nr deals in optical OCULIST A physician who pro- lends to euro eye diKonHCM ( ? ) . OPHTHALMO LOG 1ST Ono who UnderntaiidH the eyes , their defects , and their rela tion to Unman Ills. Dr. Marquardt , Ophthalmologist , " fc i 4- i As Good as 'Gold ! The Elkhorn B. & S. Associntiou will make you i\ loan to build or buy , ou favorable tor-inn. T. . ODIORNE. Secretary. r ; v / * ART NEEDLE STORE " r' Ftinoy Ncodlo Work Artistically Douo & All Varieties of Silk for the Embroidery jt Sofa Cushions in Pretty Patterns j * Agency for Buttorick Patterns & Mauicnr- ing , Facial Massngo , Hairdrcss- iiig by SjKcialist jf Clauses in Necdlo Work j * jt & Jt jt Mrs. J. Schwartz Miss Ella Schumacher , Assistant ' j ' 130 South Fourth St. NORFOLK v' ! H As heretofore we pro pose to lead in A Fuel 1 r R Saving D Economical W Stoves. Anyoup contemplating buy A ing a...

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 — 23 October 1903

12 MIK NOHKOUf NMWS : I'MtlDAY ' OCTOHhJU 211 , HI08. AUDITORIUM A. .1. DUNI.HVY , rinnngcr. Friday , October 23 YOU W1U , IJU DKUCHTKIM You won't laugh you will roar when yon nee .S. MILLER KENT With a Omit ( . 'nut in Facing The Music Kasliy Iho verybrightcMt and funniest comedy presented in a long time. PRICES , 50c , 75c and $1.00. Five 11M entirely exempt. Tickets on t-uloiit Leonard'sl'Viilay ' morning , On. in. PERSONAL. Kdltor 11. 0. Porshing of tlio Pierce London was in tlio city today on busi ness. ness.Miss Miss Mary F. Tyler , who ImH boon visiting Mrs. C. K. Sliuw tlio past two weekH , loft Thursday morning for her homo In Hoscoo , 111. Mrs. W. 11. ClirlHtopU of Marshall- town , Iowa , formerly Miss Kmnm Knoliol of tlila city , IB a guest at tlio liomo of her brother-in-law , Goo. H. Chrlstoph , and IIIIB alBo boon visiting - ing her brother Will , on tlio llloy farm Bonth of town. She leaves to day for Wayne to vlBlt her slater and will rotnrn to Norfolk next week for ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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