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TUB NORFOLK WEEKLY NEWS-JOURNAL : I < MUIAY , JANUARY 25 , 1)07. ! )
FIRST QUALITY ATTRACTION FOR
ALBERTA GALLATlN TO COME
After Much Difficulty Because the Sea
son's Bookings Had Been Pretty
Completely Made by Most Compa
nies , First Class Company Is Secured
The Norfolk Auditorium , which has
been closed for some -weeks for re
modelling , will be reopened to the pub
lic on the evening of Tuesday , Jan-
x nary 29.
/ A llrsO-class thcalrlcal production
has been secured for that date. Al
berta Galltttln will hold the boards on
the night of reopening. The company
comes highly recommended by leading
( theatrical men as ono of the llrst qual
ity productions now appearing In the
United States so that Norfolk , It would
appear , Is going to have an opportu
nity to see something on the night of
the twenty-ninth which is itmlly worth
II is expecled that excursions will
bo run Into Norfolk for lhat night
from surrounding towns , as a number
of outsiders have expressed the desire
to attend the opening night provided
a high class show were booked.
The walls of Ihe theater have
changed color since an audience In
Norfolk last saw It , and -.are now a
deep crimson. The drop curtain has
also been repainted , scenic artists from
Omaha having spent the week hero on
the work. The now heating plant , has
been pretty nearly installed. Pressing
rooms are being made comfortable for
Iho first limo in thnlr lives and will
be given an atmosphere of cosiness ,
if possible , to transplant the barn-like
environment of heretofore. A number
of other Improvements have been
made and are being made now. Twen
ty-two men arc at work on the remod
It was with some dlfllculty that a
first class attraction was secured for
the initial night , as most of the large
companies have this season's bookings
completed and It was only by virtue
of an accidental open date nnd a shift
ing of other dates that this troupe was
booked for Norfolk at this time. It
was done at that under a heavy guar-
Woodward & Burgess , managers of
the Boyd theater In Omaha , yesterday
booked this troupe for the Boyd thea
ter in Omaha , where it will play at
$1.DO prices , and Mr. Burgess said over
the telephone that he was shaking
hands with himself over securing the
altraction for Omaha , as it Is one of
tht : best things that will bo seen there
Battle Creek , Neb. , Jan. IS. Special
lo The News : Herman Wile , aged 77
years and 3 months , died here Wednesday -
day afternoon at 2'JO : of heart failure ,
Mr. Wile and his wife came here
last. July from Newport to make their
bomo with their daughter , Airs. Chas ,
Ohlricli. The deceased had been suf-
ferine for some time. The funeral will
take place at 2:00 : Friday afternoon
from the Baptist church. lie was an
old settler of Rock county. The re
mains will be laid to rest at the Union
cemetery. Hov. G. H. Starring conducted -
ducted the funeral. There are snrviv
ing , his aged wife and two children.
Mrs. Chas. Ulrlch and W. II. Wile oi
Newport , besides a large number oi
W. Wm. Echtcnkamp of Crcighton
was here and at Tlblen this week on
business. Mr. Echtcnkamp was once
a Madison county farmer and Is now
In the real estate and stock business ,
He stated to The News scribe that bis
business is good and that this part ol
the country Is the best In the state oi
Clark Catron was hero from Tllden
Thursday visiting friends and rein-
Prank Schinkus was a Norfolk vis
Wm. Boiler arrived here Wednesday
for an extended visit with relatives
E. H. Lulkart of Tilden was here
Wednesday on business.
Joseph Ambrose of Schoolcraft went
to Monona , Iowa , Wednesday for a
visit with relatives.
Howard Miller Is filling up his twc
ice houses this week. As the Sande-t
mill dam went out he Is harvesting hlf
crop on Mlko Roonoy's lake , three
Henry O'Neill of Highland preclncl
shipped one carload of fat cattle te
Frank Derrick at Meadow Grove wll
sell all his personal property on the
24th of this month and will move tc
Idaho with the Intention of locating.
Andrew Christiansen ofGreen Gar
den shipped all of his household goodi
to Spencer Wednesday from our stn
tlon. Ho Is a property holder In thai
town and will make his future hoim
Mrs. Robert Cox and little son Ir ;
of Schoolcraft are visiting hero tlili
week at the home of her mother , Mrs
P. II. Ingoldsby.
Our Blue Front restaurant changet
hands again. L. A. Parsons sold on
to Miss Minerva Lang. The latter soli
their property on Halo street to Chris
John II. Kahlor hns taken a posl
tlon in the Norfolk foundry with E. A
Bullock. Kahlor Is a trustworthy boy
Herman Eyl , Jr. , Is going to be * fore
man on Horm. Hogrefo's ranch wes
of town this year. The position I ;
vacated by Henry Miller , who Intondi
to try town life.
Three Infants were christened bj
Hov .1 , Hoffman last Sunday , a lilt obey
boy of Mr. and MM. Aug. Volk , jr. , and
a boy of Mr. and Mrs. Ixmls Heller In
the Lutheran church ; an Infant daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fm > r8l , Jr. ,
was christened In the afternoon at the
homo of the parents.
James Paine of Ottumwa , Iowa ,
stopped off here Tuesday with rela
tives on his way to Inman to flee some
more of his folks.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Korbel of Oma.
ha are visiting hero this week with
their daughter , Mrs. Anna Sevora , and
other relatives. ,
The Misses Mlnnlo and Sadlo Thom
as , school teachers In our vicinity , re
turned Monday from Mound City , Mo. ,
from a two weeks' visit.
11. II. Fiierst ! who Is telephone op
erator at Shelton. Neb. , Is hero at the
sick-bed of his father , Fred Fnorst , sr.
C. G. Nelson of Genoa is here this
week In Iho Interest of the M. W. A. ,
and Is doing splendid work.
Hornard Warlike returned Saturday
from one week's visit with his sister ,
Mrs. B. l.anghoop and family.
John Okee , who runs a dray line at
Clonrwater , was visiting relatives and
friends hero this week.
TO INVESTIGATE CREAMERY.
Farmers of State Will Look Into Hard-
Ing's Co-operative Methods.
The Farmers' Co-operative i.raln
and Live Stock association In inoctiiiK
nt. Lli'ordn derided lo lnvpntt"nlp ibo
co-or-prtiMvp methods of the Hard ng
Cream company of Omaha , which re
cently announced that It would be
come a farmers' association , and the
report will be made public.
FEDERAL COURTJERE IN APRIL
Attorney M. F. Harrington of O'Neill
Asks for Jury Cases Here.
The llrst jury cases to be tried In
federal court at Norfolk are docketed
for a term which will be held here
next April by Judge Mnngcr. Two
jury cases In which Attorney M. F.
Harrington of O'Neill is interested ,
have been scheduled for this city and
to Mr. Harrington will belong the cred
it for bringing the llrst genuine jury
session to Norfolk's new govornme.nt
building. Mr. Harrington , who was in
Norfolk during the duy , said that for
mer United States Senator Allen of
Madison may also have a jury case
bore at that time. Judge Mnnger Is
anxious to hold court , ! n Norfolk , as
he ims Infnrme'd nttoruovs of this part
of the state , and Norfolk could have
federal court sessions twice each year ,
according to Mr. Harrington , if north
ern Nebraska lawyers would but ask
that their federal court cases be tried
"If Norfolk Is anxious to have fed
eral court sessions here , " said Mr.
Harrington , "there ought to bo some
body hero who would look over the
docket prior to each term of federal
court and , selecting those cases orlg-
hinting in northern Nebraska , write
to the attorneys and try to induce them
to docket their cases for Norfolk in
stead of Omaha. Judge Munger has
told me that he would bo only too glad
to hold terms of court in NortolK , be
cause ho would like to get out of the
city and come up hero into the fresh
air. He is required by law to come tc
Norfolk and convene court seml-an-
nually , which he has done for years ,
But he can not hold court hero unless
there are cases slated for Norfolk ,
This matter is up to the attorneys ,
Judge Munger has been blamed by
some bcCn'uM.Luiiit was nui. iiu'il Ii ru ,
Ho is entirely blameless. It Is the
fault of Norfolk and the attorneys whc
have federal court cases arising in this
"And northern Ncbarska attorneys
could save much In expense money for
their clients by coining to Norfolk In
stead of Omaha. It is merely a mat
ter of a trip to Norfolk or a trip tc
Omaha' with the attorneys because
their expenses are paid by the clients
anyway. But by saving the distance
to Omaha , the attorneys could kcor.
many dollars In the pockets of theli
clients by asking that cases be tried
in Norfolk Instead of at Omaha. Tr
get at the root of the matter , under the
present law , Norfolk must induce at
torneys who have federal court case ?
to select this city.
Mr. Harrington Prefers Norfolk.
"For myself , I prefer Norfolk tr
Oma 3 In many cases. Particularly U
Norfolk advantageous over Omaha in
cases against corporations. In Omahn
a jury Is more easily prejudiced li :
favor nf a corporation than In Norfolk
because Omaha Is the headquarters foi
many large corporations , while Norfolk
Is out in the open.
"But the law which created Norfolli
as a federal court point was faulty Ii ;
that It did not require cases original
Ing In northern Nebraska to bo trier
In Norfolk. This amendment to tin
present law Is needed.
"It would be a great Injustice upor
northern Nebraska to pass the amend
ed law which Is reported to bo on fool
In Washington , cutting Norfolk off tlu
federal court list. The governmenl
has already spent more than $100,00 (
hero to provide for holding fedora !
court and to now scratch Norfolk or
the list and lose the use of this Invest
ment would be an outrage upon the
common people who pay the taxes , af
well as upon the public from whlcl
spring the cases and who would hav <
to pay the additional expense of trav
eling to Omaha.
"Lot Norfolk take stops to induce
the attorneys of northern Nebraska U
try their cases hero whllo you have f
law making this a court town. "
Mr. Harrington says that In Iowa tin
law requires cases originating In i
certain district to bo tried at the coin-
town in that district. An addltlona
court town has recently been made li
FATHER TO INEDMATE ASYLUM ,
GIRL TO REFORM SCHOOL.
HE GOT DRUNK AND SHE STOLE
Little Girl , Instructed by Her Father
to Falsify In Regard to Age , Tells
How Frank Brady Abused Hln Fnm-
lly Uced All Money for Liquor.
Frank llrady has been taken to the
state Insane asylum al Lincoln under
the dipsomaniac law and his llttlo
daughter , Florence , ban been taken to
the Industrial reform school at Ge
neva. Complaint against father and
daughter was fil"d by County Attorney
Jack Kooiilgsloln before Judge H'tles '
at Madison yostonhy ami Sheriff
' 'lonionts IIIIB departed \\lth lu ! t.\o
Frank llrady has been one of Iho
most continued drink lleuds In Nor
folk for a number of years and repent-
clly ( he has been brought un In p-dlco
court for beating and threatening lo
kill his wife. Not long ago I'ollco
Judge Woptorvolt liifonn-d llrady t"nl
mother offense would h'ml M in the
asylum under the "dlpso" , and
hint week Itrndy WIIH ni'restnit nyolii
Degenerate Daughter a Tldcf
a cloptomanlao and a degenerate. She
hns been growing up under the most
nufavoiiiblo environment and the conn-
Ly attorney was urged by people know
ing the condition to laKe action. She
has been In the habit of stealing what
ever came In her way and was In ether
ways getting a bad bringing up. She
had not boon to school a day this year.
Last week bho stole a pair of tikatos
and no sooner had the priir been re
stored lo the owners before Blip had
another pair , secured somewhere and
Last Christmas the girl appeared at
a local store with Christmas tree dec
orations worth , perhaps $1.50. She
said that she had bought them for her
mother but that , having decided not
to have a tree , she wished to sell
Told the Girl to Lie
Frank Brady told his daughter lollo
when she was placed on Ihe stand In
Madison to testify. Last year the girl
\vis taken to Madison by the county
fillnniey lint wns lei iifT boeilHKe lii'i-
parents promised to take better care
of her and send her to school . At that
time she and her father gave her ago
as twelve years. Yesterday father and
daughter gave the ago as sixteen. The
girl , under a cross Jlro of questions ,
admitted that her father had Instruct
ed her to Ho about her ago.
Got Money While Husband Slept.
The little girl presented something
of a pathelic , something of a tragic
picture as she told , on the witness
stand within hearing of her brutal fa
ther , how ho had abused her mother
and his children.
"He always gets drunk when ho
gets money , " shesnld , "and comes
home to raise the devil. The only way
mother ever gets money is to take It
from his pockets while ho Is asleep. "
U. I. Gleod was in Iho city yesterday
W. II. Blake of Atkinson was a city
F. Moore of Croighton was a city
Bailer yesterday. I
"Larrle Dacha of Humphrey was In
I3d. Kavanaugh of Columbus was a
city visitor yesterday.
Mrs. Lillian E. Cox of Madison was
III the city yesterday.
Chas. E. Kavanaugh came down
from Burke yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wellmann were over
from Madison yesterday.
F. W. Llermann of Laurel was a
Norfolk visitor yesterday.
J. W. Hansom returned yesterday
from a business trip to Omaha.
F. W. Shivcly of Oakdalo was In
the city on business yesterday.
D. Mathowson has returned from
Lincoln , where ho went on business.
County Commissioner John Malonc
of Madison was In the city yesterday ,
Miss Florence Kills and Miss Flor
ence Waldron of O'Neill wore Norfolk
E. P. Weatherby returned yesterday
from Spencer , where ho had been con
ducting a case In bankruptcy.
J. W. Hodges , Charles Melster and
Frank Harder from West Point were
visiting in Norfolk yesterday.
Mrs. B. J. Sornsbergcr returned
from Missouri Valley yesterday , where
she had been visiting her molhor.
Counly Commissioner John H. Hard
Ing was transacting business in Nor
folk yesterday' from Meadow Grovo.
Mrs. S. F , Sharpless , who had been
visiting for several weeks with her
daughter , Mrs. Jack Kocnigsleln , left
yesterday for her homo In Minnesota ,
A number of north Nebraska people
will spend the winter In California ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Buttorileld of Nor
folk leave on Monday for Los Angeles
for several months. Mrs. L. .1. Mor
ton of Stanton leaves loday for sotilh
ern California. Mr. and Mrs. F. J
Losch of West Point will leave next
week for Los Angeles.
II. Kilburn of Battle Creek was
Norfolk visitor yesterday.
II. C. Saltier returned Friday noor
from a business trip to Omaha.
W. M. Robertson Is sllll qullo ill n !
his homo on South Fourth streoL
Dr. Valller went to Columbus yesterday
torday , called there by the Illness 01
William Harding of Nebraska Clt >
WOH In Norfolk Friday , looking nftei
Work Is progressing very fast oi
Goi ' ; I0i > e n linn ( . | i | | rli'M'ltlllil
H ( root.
The N' , II. girls held a hunliioHi meet
ing at Ihe homo of MHH | Clnra t'rolty
Jimmy Wow I , u former brakotin"
here , left thin inornliiK for Oniiilm lo
work on ( ho Union Pacllle.
J.V. . Plenum , who him been visiting
Frank Perry and other friends In Nor
folk and other parts of N'chriiHkn. left
for hH homo In Mluol. North Dakota.
Foreman A. K. Uoalou went. WOH !
with n gang of men loday to put In
the switched between here and Long
I'lne , so all ( ruins can be operated by
t'lo ' bind' vlj i'tl s'.VHlem
A small number of bin frluiuhi mir-
prised Harold Tuft wllh a parly at
his home on Thirteenth street , south
of lienWoihosduy evening , tt being
his eighteenth birthday. All present
spent a plcMHitnl evening.
There was no meeting of Iho clly
council last night on account of luck
Damascus f'oinmandory , Knlghls
Ti : : i lav , v.Ill hoH a rcvtlur conclave
at Ibolr asylum th o cvtnlng. Import
ant business will bo before the meet-
" . 10. Bnrnham returned yostordny
from Lincoln where ho had been on
business. Mr Iliiriiham says thai he
tried to get relieved from duty on the
N'elinskn Jamestown exposition com
mission hut. Governor Sheldon refused
lo let nun on. The governor wan Ink-
" ! i ' ; , " tr-rbo at any nnn who want
ed to decline an appointment , as his
whole experience has been with men
seeking oIllcoH during the past few
The second coyote rnuiid-up al War-
nonlllo WQS a failure for several rea
sons. The drlvo began lo windward
belore the men on the Ina side got
Into line. The varmints got the scent
ami heard the shooting and slipped
thnwUi the linen. The grovra and
breaks were not. properly guarded and
through those the game escaped. The
organization was too haphazard to ac
complish results. There are a num
ber of coyotes In the sandhills soulh
west of Warnorvllle and If the hunters
would form a triangle and work up on
the wind and gel. Into position quietly
behind blinds with the apex of the
line al some draw and then have n
few men circle and come down with
the wind shooting at Intervals Ihoy
would drive every coyote into the trap
and those In line could shoot thorn
wlien they passed. ITntll Mint Is dnno
ir wll ! le n limw low loulr In ijrlvo nnv.
oles against the wind into a clrclo
where ao many avenues of escape are
INSANE COUPLE RESTLESS.
Man and Wife In Norfolk Hospital
Think They Are of Royal Blood.
J. N. Bichlmeler of Randolph has
been In the city this week In the in
terest of Mr. and Mrs. lloldoebler ,
who formerly lived near Wayne. At
present Holdoobler and bin wife nm
In the Insane hospital here , where they
were sent from Chicago. For some
time past lloldoebler has been writ
ing to Mr. Blchlmeier to try and so-
c.c ! . ; . : . -.J. . i : : . . : . c.a : - ; , -.vrl !
ten in the best language and In beau
tiful writing. Some of them have pen
drawings of Ilowers.
lloldoebler Is an educated man , a
fine penman and bis letters show Intel-
llgence. Ho claims ho is not insane
and asks that ho and his wife bo sent
to Bavaria , on the grounda that ho Ic
a cltlxen of that country. This last
rjier ! * inti Is I me
Holdoeblcr has refused to work
about the premises , declaring that this
Is a free country and that slavery Is
Illegal. In his talk with lloldoebler ,
Mr. Bichlmeler says that ho appears
the same as ho always did and ho de
clarer tha' if lloldoebler Is Insane now
ho was insane when ho lived east ol
Randolph Ihrco years ago.
Iloldlebler has written a letter ti
the emperor of Germany petitioning
that ho bo transferred to his unlive
country , and this letter was sent by
registered mall from Randolph. Another -
other letler was written to the king
of. Bavaria , addressed to the regent
who is the acllng ruler , asking Iho
Mr. Bichlmoler says ' - Holdoohlere
have enough money > v the ex
penses of a trip to Europe i their re
lease could be secured.
Dr. Young , the superlntendunt of the
hospital , stated emphatically thai bolli
Mr. and Mrs. Bichlmeler are insane
although not violently so.
Mr. lloldoebler , he stated , Is a verj
quiet patlenl , and Mrs. lloldoebler IF
nol required to work. They both have
the hallucination thai Ihey have un
told enemies , and Ibat they are related
ed to some of the crowned heads ol
Tho'Insane pair , It will bo remembered
bored , were picked up in Chicago r
year or so ago. They deserted tholi
farm without a word to any of theii
Fritz Glander is Dead.
Fritz Glander , formerly of Norfolk
died Saturday at Beatrice and will IK
brought to this city 'for burial. II <
was an attendant In the Institute foi
feeble minded nt Beatrice. Former ! )
ho was an employe in the state lies
pita ! for the Insane hero. Ho was :
musician and always belonged lo tlu
orchestra at the hospital here.
DR. VALUER SELLS PRACTICE.
Norfolk Osteopath Goes to Gram
Island to Enter Practice.
Dr. Samuel W. Valller , who Iiai
practiced osteopathy in Norfolk for i
couple of years , has sold hla prnctlci
to Dr. Ford D. Finch of Wuhoo , Neb.
who will reside hero In the future. D
Valller will go to Grand Island to cute
pracllco with hla brother.
ExcruNT OUAI ITY A D PLEP
TY OF IT HERE.
GIVES EMPLOYMENT TO MANY
Ice Twelve and Fourteen Inchon Thick
Unit Ducn Cut In Norfolk During the
Pnsl Few Days ami n Number of lee
Houues are Filled.
There will be no Ice fatv.lne In Nor
folk next summer , The supply Is plen
llful and the qnallly excellent ,
IPO twelve to fourteen Inolies In
thickness , and of Ural quality , ID being
li'irvested and lias been hnrvestod In
Norfolk Ibis week. A number of local
lee houses are already filled with the
summer's supply nnd several others
lire being slocked. One of Iho larg
est cnnlrnrtH Is lhal. for lining IPO
iMiii1.- ! : : nl tr ! . ' .tato ! . . . . ; ho.ipllnl ,
wh.tr ahr.ut < p > ( )0 ) toii.i will be put up.
10. II. Kmiri'iuimti hns finished stockIng -
Ing two big Ice houses for next sum
mer's use. Thin stock Is not lo bo ro-
lulled but used In ImsllietH
Uoorgo Klalcnp him his forno of men
busy lining vaults and preparing to
hniil fiOtt tons of good Ice to the titate
Insane hospital , lie has Mulshed guv-
oral eonlrnets during the wnek.
Mr. Ocrtwlg li : llillag.la ! icehonr.o
Waldo , \ > Dlllenbork have hnrvcMtod
one crop from ( heir pond and will Boon
Sail orlop HI-OB , finished tl-olr har
vest lost week.
Fred Hrhelloy has not begun his har
vest but. will stnrl soon.
The Ice harvest has given a number
of men employment during the pnst
few werkH at good wagc.i , and Use
work promises lo continue for Homo
llttlo lime lo come.
Wllh the sewer building , the Ice bar-
vent nnd ( .he remodelling of the Audi
torium , labor has boon nnuBunlly
scarce for this season of thn year In
Last summer when Ice wna a rnro
urllcle all over the county , many No-
lirnslm ( owns having to ship In from
other slates , Norfolk Icemen , who got
enough by working all night long dur
Ing the cold snap , kept down tholr
prices lo normal slsse , whllo In oilier
r'tn | | tliri eriwl rriRo IlUe Uie mercury
lt ( ii tlint-mnmolfip nil n lint qiitnitief'fl
The novelty of working all night
was accomplished by Iho use of are
llghla strung out over the1 fro/on Wa
"DOROTHY VERNON. "
Play Which Will Open Theater , Alber
ta Gnllntln in Leading Role.
"Dorothy VenKm of Mnddon Hall"
is the title of Ihe play which will be
staged at the opening night of the
Norfolk Audllorliim by the actress
Alborla Gallalln In the leading role
Thin play Is : said lo have made a do-
cidud hit tills season in all American
ANTI-HORSE THIEF OFFICERS.
Meet In Norfolk and Take Charge ol
Work for Coming Year.
George W. Losoy of Battle Creel <
and other olllcern In the North No-
braskn Live Stock Owners' Protective
assoclnllon , arrived in Norfolk al noon
to attend a meeting of the re-cloclce
officers. ' 1 lie irc'iisurer uinusnuti i
new bond and olhor details were at
Estimate of Expenses.
Following Is the estimate of expens
es made by the county commissioners
of Madison county , XSODrasita , for the
year 1907 :
County bridge fund . ? 22OOC
County road fund . 13.00C
Rlprapplng streams . 3,00 (
County Instltulo . J0 (
County printing . 1,20 (
County attorney's salary . ! )0 ) (
Care of paupers . 2,001
Fuel , postage and expenses. . . . l.fiOl
Books , stationery and supplies. 1.150C
FlortlOll pvpnner.s . 2,00f
Salary county assessor and dep
uties' salaries . ! ! , ! )0 (
Soldiers' relief . 1,001
Poor farm expenses . 50 (
County superintendent's salary. 1-10 (
County clerk's salary na cloik
of the board . GOl
County commissioners' salaries 3,00 (
Bounty on wild animals . 50 (
Jailors' fees . 1,50 (
Janitor's salary and county olll-
corn' assistants . l.fiOf
Distrlcl court fees . 7,00 (
Insane fund . 1.20f
Aid to agricultural soclclles. . . . 80 (
Furnllure and repairs on court
house and Insurance . lf 0 (
Battle Creek 'village Jail bonds. 15 (
Clerk of the district court , sal
ary . f > 0 (
Dated Madison , Nebraska , Januarj
8 , 1907. Gco. E. Richardson ,
Original Probate of Will.
Order of Hearing on Original Pro
bate of will.
In the county court of Madison conn
ty , Nebraska.
The state of Nebraska , Mndlsoi
To all persons interested In the es
Inlo of Ferdinand Pascwnlk , deceased
Whereas , llioro Is on.lllo In the conn
ty court of said Madison county , ni
instrumonl purporting to bo the las
will and testament of Ferdinand Pasc
walk , late of said Madison county , de
ceased , and Andrew J. Durlund , Hot
man Pasowalk and Lee Pasowalk havi
Hied their petition herein praying I
have said Instrument admitted to pre
bate , nnd for the Issuing of letters tc
i \ , , li \ \ in fi'luli tu but It
Mill ) pei M'l | | : | |
I him- therefore appointed Tuesday ,
'lie ' 11Mb dny nf Kobrimry. 1007 , al I
' 'clock In the nfloriKinii , til the c.ounly
( 'inI mum In MadlHon , In xnld emm-
ly , as Iho I line ( inil place for horning
UK ! prmlng said will , al which I line
nnd place .von and all concerned may
ippenr and contest Iho ptolmle and
allowing of Ihe same.
II Is further ordered that said poll-
Honor give notice lo all pornoim Inter
ested In said ( stale of the pendency
of the siild petition , and the limn nnd
place sol for the heating of the sumo ,
by causing a copy of Mils order to bo
published In the Norfolk Weekly
Nowx-.Tmirnnl. a newspaper printed ,
published ami circulating In said conn-
ty , for throe wwks successively pre
vious to the day so | for Iho hearing.
In witness whereof I have hereunto
flcl my hand and ollle.lal seal this 21st
dny o [ January , 1007.
Win. Union , Coiinly Judgo.
Articles of Incorporation.
Know uli men by these prosonls ,
Thnl wo. W. N. Huso , Norrls A. UIIHO.
Eugene F. I lime and Mary M HIIRO do
hereby nstmclute ourselves together
for Ihe purpose of forming n corpora-
lion under the laws of the stale nf
Nebraska , and do adopt Iho following
articles of Incorporation :
The mine ri'td title of this corpora-
UIMI hli.ti ; lieIhe , Norfolk Audlliiriiun
The principal place of hUblnoHn of
Ibis corporation shall bo at Norfolk In
the county of Madison and state nf
The capital stock nf this corporal Inn
shall bo the sum of ono thousand do- ]
Inrs , lo be divided Into shams of | lee
The object for which this cnrpma-
tlnn Is formed IH to carry on the busi
ness nf managing and operating Hm
Norfolk Auditorium In Iho capacity nf
lessees and lo carry on the buslneMs
of bill posting nnd distributing.
This corporation shall commence
business na soon an Its articles of in-
ooruorallon are Hied In Iho olllc.o of
i tin county clerk of Madison county ,
j Nebraska , ami conlinuo for a period
of fifty ffin ) years thereafter , unless
The highest amount of ImlehtcdneuH
or liability to which this corporation
shall at any lime subject Itself shall
not oxcued Iho sum of $1,000.
The otllcors of this corporation shall
consist of a president , vice president ,
secretary and treasurer and ono per
son may hold two olllces. The olll-
cers are to bo selected by the board
of directors of said corporation who
shall have full power to prese-rlbo the
salaries and duties of each olllcer.
The board of directors shall consist
of four share holders , and the follow
ing persons , W. N. Huso , Norrls A.
Iluse , Eugene F. Huso and Mary 13.
Huso are hereby appointed dlrcctorn
of this corporation lo hold Iholr olflcou
as such until the regular annual elec
tion take's place pursuant to article IX.
of these articles of Incorporation nnd
until their successors are chosen and
i t u > - ! . " < " mutual iiii-Uiiun Ul lilt )
! stock holders of this corporation for
j thp ejection of directors and feir the
Iransaetlng of such business ns wou'd '
regularly come before it , shall be held
at the office of the corporation on the
3d day of January of each year. The
directors elected nt such annual meetIng -
Ing shall hold their olP.ce for the term
of ono year and until tholr successors
are elected and qualified.
The snld board of directors at their
first meeting shall enact by-laws for
Ihe government of saidcorporation not
Inconsistent wllh the arllc'.os of incor
poration and nol Inconsistent with the
law for Ihe rogulnllon of business of
Iho corporation nnd the management
and' administration of the affairs , and
shall have the jKiwer to do and per
form all acts which may be legal for
a board of directors to do under the
laws of the stale of Nebraska.
Each share holder shall at all regu
lar or special meetings bo entitled to
ono vole either In person or proxy for
each share of stock hold.
The articles of Incorporation may bo
amended or changed at any regular
meeting or special meeting called for
that purpose by a two-thirds vote of
all the slock of Iho corporation.
Witness our hands this ISlh day of
January , 1907.
W. N. Huso.
N. A. Huso.
E. F. Huso.
Mary E. Huso.
The state of Nebraska , Madison
county , ss.
On Ibis 19lh day of January , 1907 , be
fore me , n notary public in and for
said county and state , duly commis
sioned and qualified , personally ap
peared the above named persons , per
sonally known to me to bo the iden
tical persons whoso names are affixed
to the foregoing articles of Incorpo
ration and pnch for themselves ack
nowledged tli.o same to bo their volun
tary act and deed.
In witness whereof I have hereunto
set my hand and affixed the seal of
my ofllco the day and year last above
My commission expires February
1C , 1907.
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