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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 18 January 1901

I O The Norfolk Heuus W N UU8B FulrtlRnnr DAUY Kftnltllflicl 1WJ Rtcrj tiny ciropt Hniuliij II crrlr per weok iSriul I ly I piDPnrtoW WKIKIY NiWJ4IOIUNAI Tlie Nr rtlMblUliiNl ISM Tliolonniid cftnlilltlnxl 17 Ker HrltU II moll r jmr l0 Knitted M tlie PoUnltieo nl Sertoli Nek n toimlclnn matter Telephone No 22 Omnhn claims tho distinction of IwiiiiR tho original liomo of tho broad bug Mr Olurk of Mnnlnna ha decided to visit the enemys country again and attempt to tuko n neat in tho United States sonato Both housos of tho legislature In Ore gon havo passed a resolution submitting u initiative and referendum amond toont and thud a favorite populist policy likely to bo put to a practical teHt Jovornor Dietrich has given a tlrtn and decisive answer to tho sportH who would like Nebraska to entertain a prize Unlit nud no mill will ho pulled olT in thin state Lovors of the biutal pastime should know that Nebraska is iiiito gen erally olvilired Sioux City isoxporieucing a time with n Jack tho...

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 — 18 January 1901

n f i I 1 Ri W w f A 1 II K I Second Ballot for Senator No More ConcluMvc Than First DROP SOME OF LOW ONES fur Iruttrr Shuns n Slight liicr o J liloiilt StiiifUi With thu Inception r Voto U ittAt fur V V Alloa ami W II Iliiiiiiimiiii Lincoln Ian 17 The somite and house mit In Joint session yesterday to vote for senators Tin1 result Is no more conclusive tluin the one cust In the separate houses Tuesday Several of the favorite sons who were reiuoin liered Tuesday dropped out hut two new ones Lindsay and Sheldon ap peared The result of the dropping out of complimentary votes was to Increase the totals of the leaders some what The fusion vote was cast solid for Allen and W 11 Thompson ex cept one vote for Sutherland Following Is revised result of the two liallots 1st Slid Allen it 57 iutltic X 10 Ourrle LO 20 llulncr i ft Hnilnn 2 2 llnys J IE U 1 llhiKliiiw H 111 Howe 4 1 Klnknlil 5 t Ilmlxiiy - Molklcjolm 22 id Morliin Murphy Nerval Itlrlaiuls 1 1 A 2 I V2 10 ltoHcwnti r 11 HhcMiiii ...

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 — 18 January 1901

fi I iiim Senate Will Waste No More Time on the Measure HAZING CODE DENOUNCED tlmion Iliom llio mill llurlmr Hill tVJIhotit HhMiiii tiiieiuliiieiil IVi mil ling rriiinly IhuifM Almiff tin Ml Knurl HUrrlo llullil Hjlie l liiitnil Washington Inn II Secretary Wlr pon made tin argument before lu son nlo committee nn agriculture yoster tiny In siippnrt of tlio Grout oleo margarine Mil lie said tlio measure wns Intended to prolool tlio rnrmor nnd tlio public nt In i no nnil should be come ii law Speaking of tlio coiisunip Ion of Imttor nml of nloninargniino Mr Wilson said Hint tlio ntnoiiiit of butter disposed of niinniilly Is about 18 pounds por onpltn nntl of olooinar Marino something ovor 0110 poiinil nml lie mi Id In roHpoiiHo to Judge Springer tlint lio considered this ihingoioiis com liotltloii llo was of lio opinion Hint there wns danger In tlio linltiitlon of butter by tlio tiso of coloring iniillor nnil thought t lint In tlmo tlio nso of im proved inotlioils would result In driv ...

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 — 18 January 1901

E HI i f r a LABOn Wtr not on hlml His dread trtlllfry Doth lir In Idle arm and rusting tool And lo he rt hli mtlilt M Irglona trre Winn oner tip lit ln milltn mlli cool I Arthur Stringer in lUtprri Magaiint fonoootoHoitootoHoooo o 2 o r o fl THUNDERSTORM Showing That It It Dangerous to Kiss a Slooplnjr Beauty PoUofcofcofcofcofcVioViofcofcofcoinoa There are some curious people nt and they entertain pe culiar Ideas as to what In the safest thing to do In a thunderstorm My ex perience of their iiualutueHS In this re upcct was a very brief one but my reeollertlotiH of It are remarkably vivid nd dlHtluct I went down to neaping to spend a fortnights vaeatlon with my Aunt Bather and the thunderstorm took place on the morning after my some what sudden arrival Immediately after breakfast the atmosphere be came hushed and sullen while clouds of n heavy bluish complexion gathered overhead My aunt viewed these omens with maulfcst uneasiness natural 1 thought In a nervoiiK old lady Pres ently B...

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 — 18 January 1901

G The iottf oik Hcuas Ami now Roosovolt is also credited with having killed n lion bill It hasnt yot boon assorted I hut It was i not nnl mnl turned looso for Ihu occasion Tho Fremont Trlbuno thinks Mint tlio modern motropolitnii nowspnor will not bo comploto without Belgian bnro iwid Automobile editors on Ihulr BtnfVs Norfolks popnlntion SO years ago was fi7 now it Is 11881 There is very rotuHin o ho encouraged ovor tho futuru of tho oily 1ow of them niiiko n lmttor Knowing Tho closing month of tho Nfutoonth century was mntkod in u ohumotoristio ully roimblionn nmnnor by tho untlouiil administration Nonrly 13000100 or the publlo dobt was wiped out Tho first issuo of tho Ponder Now Km published by MesarH Ioininou nud Poutioll has boon rocolvod tt is a 11011I -column qunrto devoted lo ropublioan politics and its motto is to ploasu It in ostinmtod that from 150000 to 200000 people aro slok with tho grip in How York They need not fool louoly Thoro is plenty of grip all ovor tho country...

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 — 18 January 1901

vJU H f A -- It - X X - tt FA ------ - - - - - - - BY HOWARD FIELDING i one would expect to seek a mate for bis daughter among the much malign ed aristocrats of Europe or the almost equally unpopular millionaires of our own country He is a hard headed man of business and one who would Lave his own way despite obstacles While Emily Is precisely the girl who would view witli favor a handsome ro mantic unpractical writer of stories ber father is the last man to consent to such a folly AH who knew of Ro land Blakes infatuation regnrded bis matrimonial chances to be as bad as possible It was generally understood that he had been forbidden to call Then suddenly the engagement was an nounced It was as much a surprise to me as to any one said Roland when 1 ven tured to approach that subject I can hardly realize It yet The fact is that Krnlly Is a great girl a wonder It Beems that she has cared for me all along This idea put Roland into a trance from which I had to wake him some what rudely ...

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 — 18 January 1901

I VT 8 COUNTY BUSINESS nlnloiurn Mwkr KMtinnt tif I5 imim fur 1 ltd I mill TrntmiM l Other Illinium Hoard met pursuant to adjournment at 8 oclock n m Jnmiary 10 Chocked troimirorH accounts till noon On motion board adjourned till 1 oclock Board mot pursuant to adjournment Ohpokod treasurer ncconntn till upper timo On motion board ndjourned till clock Hoard mot pursuant to adjournment Thoro being n vacancy In tlio oflloo of road overseer for dlntriot No 1 and dis trict No 3 on motion W P P Winter wh appointed for dlstriot No t nud I Jj lluasoy for district No vi On motion O M Boylos won appointed constablo In and for Burnett product On motion the following transfers of funds woro made Prom tho 1818 general fund to tlio 3819 general fund f3W702 Kxoesa fees of county clerk to the 381W geiioral fund XU2 Prom Judgemout fuud to tho 18111 general fund 81 Prom 1808 road fund to the 18111 road fnnd 112772 Prom 1808 brldgo fund to tho 1819 Irldge fund f U07 Prom 1811 general fuud to tho IlKM ...

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 — 18 January 1901

i i n i j i i t SATURDAY SIFTINGS I Nlghtiugalo is sriicl to bo vury filck H O Howell in in tlio city today from Unutlolph Dr Leo of Onkrtno ifi visiting liifl brother Dun 13 Leo Tho county commissioners linvo ad journed until January 22 Miss Matilda Hiiuh of Brittle Oreck visited Norfolk friends yostordny Mrs II Friuko and Miss Kdltli Stern of Madison wuro city visitors tolny Mr and Mrs J K Boas very pleas antly entertained a company of i rlonds at cards last overling Mr and Mrs Olios Whlto of Fremont oro gut sts at tho Abo Whlto homo HouthwoHt of tho city L M Gaylord has moved his olllco from tho Orr building to tho room formerly occupiod by N Hills Mrs Walter Powell arrived in tho city yesterday from Sacremcnto Cal called horo by tho illness of hor mother Mrs Win Queen If tho young lady who applied for a position at Tm News olllcotwo or throo mouths ago will again apply tho posi tion will bo opou for hor J W Carlisle of Lincoln travoling representative for tho Sugar City Oor cal ...

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 — 18 January 1901

I i i 10 TUESDAY TOPICS C P Parish 1b on tho sick list V J low is in Montlow Grovo on IniMnpPR Olms CoiUlo of TUiliui wnRln Norfolk yesterday Miss Kivmin Hiley of Plr rco wih n city visitor y est onlay 0 S Smith wns n city visitor yester day from Madison W O Honoh of Plalnvlovv visited this motrojiolia yentordny Ohns titinobnngli wns a city visitor yostortlfty from Madison Robert Schramm of Mlmonri Valley pHnt Sunday in Norfolk Mrs Uhns Hlchardson of Hattlo Crook wiu in Norfolk yesterday W H IIoiTmiui Is confined to IiIh homo with nil attack of the Krip Indgn Powers wont to Lincoln yostor day nntl Mrs Powers to Onmliii Cashier A J Dunlovy of the Tlldon State bank wan n city visitor today llomor Hnndly of HiirlliiKton in v1k 1 1 UK IiIh mother on South Third Htroof Miss Margaret Mills of Lincoln In tho guest of horHiKtor Mra lohn H Hays MIrh Alvina Stollo of Portland Oro Kou ia visiting relatives and friends hero K A Lundburg and K M Kilburu were city visitors yestordny from Wnyiie M...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 18 January 1901

i I 11 A Question of Spex Do your eyea lire easily r NORFOLK If so You need Glasses Do your cyct burn If so You need Glasses Dora the type become blurred in reading If o You need Glasses Do you suffer from frontal headache t If so Glasses will Help You Do you know if you have perfect eyesight If not we can Inform You n WILL COST YOU NOTtllNO DR C F W WARQUflHDT Jeweler and Optican NEBRASKA f H E HARPY rrlL Older Cnr 4th and Main Sis Yarls Bast U P Depot Phone 35 The Wfmthor Conditions of the weather as recorded for the -4 hours ending nt 8 a in to day Maximum temperature 14 Minimum temperature 18 Average 2A Precipitation 00 Total precipitation for mouth 05 Snowfall 24 Barometer 20 76 Forecast for Nebraska Fair tonight and Saturday Colder tonight FRIDAY FACTS Christian Mauteuffel of M idison is looking for a son named Emil who has run away The West Side Whist club was pleas antly entertained last evening at tie home of Mr and Mrs John 11 Hays W H Bacholz who has been sick for about t...

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 — 18 January 1901

0 v lb m a a xc a a a 12 yxcxxxy2cxxxxxx2icecy 3 3 ij5 ii l HAPTIJK IX At the slclit of Hint Imnd of shining water a sintniiMiiH cheer niiwo from every tluoiit on bonrd Discord and dissension licit illfcoinllleil bnfoie tlm ndvnucc of tlio visions oC wetilth that our lioien nav mirrored In the ghtHsy tnirfiico of tin river Wo linukil our wlul tnmcwhnt anil Balled to tin1 mouth mb Trohiillnn grinning till his Hear Jnggid Ui like n miw as sent with an cimer boats crow to Houiul anil before the first stiir of night hail thrown Its rctlectlon In tlio water roiinil us we were nuchnred nnil tlm rlppioH that hipped ngitliint our wooden walls had not a pain of unit In thrill Wo hail left the tniukless ocean to follow where the river should loud ns Nets of mangrove roots fortueil nn Impenetrable thloket on either hank though It was no easy tiiHlc to tell where the slug lowing water ended nnil the Uniild mud of the shore began Loathsome reptiles which some of us took to ho dragons till the kn...

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 — 25 January 1901

h J M i i R 11 Armed Creeks Preparing to At- v tack Town of Bristow INDIANS ARE RECRUITING Aliprul lu niamitlillril Klcinnnt to Unite I Acalniit tho SoIdlrm CJovernur llioun i tr the Heiitlnolcft Apiiculu for llilii lu llu Council t Ilrnitli Hill Muskogee I T Ian The Crook tiprlsliiR Is growing to dangerous pro portloim Marshal Bennett hus just reoolvcd a telegram from Hrlstow I T announc ing that 000 nrmod Creeks Htatloued two miles from thorc are prepared to nttack tlto town and pleading for pro tection from the marshal Marshal Bennett and Agent Shoenfelt are swearing In large numbers of deputies whom they are forwarding to the eeene of trouble It Is now feared they will reach the town too late and the mayor of Bristow has been In structed to swear in ull the men neces sary to protect the town Holdlers are being hurried from Fort Heno to tho seat of the trouble Indian Agent Khocnfelt will ask for more help as it Is found that one company of cav alry cannot handle the situation for...

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 — 25 January 1901

r I 1 1 n The Norfolk fieuis W N UU8K riibllBliiT Kir ilnr i week li cr ntu DAILY KriftnllnlllMt IM7 pjreit Hominy rumor II mull per jrnr ii iir WKKKIV NKWS IOllltNAI UmNewnpftMilUliwI ivi The Joiirnnl nMnlilUhe1 1Hi7 Kier Krldny Hr mull ir rnr IM Kiiternl nt tlio IoMollIrn lit SorfoUi Nrl w ecoml clnn mnltnr Telenlmiin No 12 Tho Quiet Town Thorn is i difference botwoon towiiH n notable difference ofton mndn ho usually by tho character orJlnoHimtloiiH of tho cIHzour Kvory town has ItH good qnnlltles nnd ifl juHt ivn llkoly to Imvo ItH hail onos Tlio formor is doserving of cuuilatlou and the latter should bo re formed TIiIb howovor is not intondod m a homily or moral discourse but merely to express boiuo thoughts regard ing tho quiet town Wore you ovor iii n vlllogo whoro tho very air Boomed tnlnted by a spirit of oppressive praprloty or hypoorltloul sanctimony Whoro tho vory dogs scorned to catch tho Hplrit of tho town nnd slink along with tholr tails botwoon ttaolr logs and forcod ...

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 — 25 January 1901

v i i I 11 Long Reign of Englands Ven erable Sovereign is Ended WHISPERS GOODBYE TO ALL iys ttirewell to lfcr Assomblod ruinilyiiFcn Hours Heforc Death WALLS IS LMMLIMATLLY KIM1 Xntlre Ihlllnl World Pujs Trllniln to Worth nftlia Ucnil yiioun lniNoil IVuio lullj Amiij bin luiiniluil by Muiiilioit of IUijhI 1ninlly nml lloimuliold Cowos lsk of Wight Inn IKJ Queen Victoria Is dead unil Edwind VII lolghs The greatest e out In the memory of this generation the most stupendous change In existing coutlltlons thut could possibly bo imagined 1ms taken place quietly almost gently upon thu unnlvorsaiy of the death of Queen Victorias father the Duke of Kent The onil of this career never equalled by any woman in the wot Ids history eatne In a simply furnished room In Osborne house This most rcspeeted of all women living or dead lay in a great four posted bed a 1 fchrunken atom whose face and llgure v were a cruel mockery of the girl who in 1837 began to iiile over England Around her were gnthere...

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 — 25 January 1901

i 51 J I Uv i te I ttidrr nffectloiintr child liwtrlng wom en nnil thus Iit etumplf npon thermal try linn been of the gmitot liifturiin iiKin itAiliitiimiif uthmtl m TlinlriKh tut II euro there In Mill like lin Madonna idio wIki evndrd tio rwnionMlil ity if nn lures and by her fmltfnl wifehood pro loiiftrtl her jriii ntil lived ti fmi her childrens grandchildren Indeed tlm ciiiupeiiMllotn for being qnrrn of Knglntid urn not with ni n friv olous woman iim wliem woulil long en joy Hho cannot flirt kingdom wnlehe her A widow nt -12 st iniido no overtime to marry anybody Hvnn lier confidence In her olil booby lolm Hrown wiih liable toboiuislnlcrpreted by n low piano of PiikIInIi crltli iHiti Hvtiry vote of money r sons-in-law wn balled with u cry 111 tlio eoclnliatlo prlnl of anollier leriunii rating our bread An lint been shown several alteinilH bad Wn mndn to nssnodnnto ber Ii Ivney she run only hnvo after a fashion and there fore hies to tho sparse parts of Hcotland often wheio the r...

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 — 25 January 1901

h I v I R Ji i f KJ a J r THE OLD DAGULnRCOTYPE Cp In tl f Mtlo I found thfm lotVul In tl cilr liwi WVe Die flowcrrJ ror tic foMcil wlilch onco vwrv lne nit up lrt nl Ilk Hi ji -ft old Jaikiti ami tlio wnMooats RBV With ftllp Thfj toll of t woriioiit ftnlilun thfH olil riotJTo Quaint little foldltiff cfr fnsttnpil with tiny liocik Sctmlnjrlj made to tempt one to lilt up lie aixl look Lining of purple enl rlvrt odd little ramrs ol poll Circling the failed lacen liroiiRlit Irom the ilajs of olil flramlpa and crimilnn taken cvrr so lone njro irjtiilnifl5 tioimet a niartrl Kraiidpai lolUr a ftiou Mother n tin toddler with rlnps on licr Miy lism lnlnteil lul none should nutlet In glittering elided La hi J Aunt find nuclei and ioiilrn a tarcliy and till Lrinv Lovers and tirliTrs thin blooming hut now so urluMul and proj Out througli the mist plaifes they ante at tne hlttlnff lure Opening the quaint old cases with a smile that is half a ttar I will smile no more little picture for heartles...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk weekly news-journal — 25 January 1901

1 1 I i J The Norfolk fleuis Tlin Nobrosku City News says liver Ih vory low at that ilno and Omnhn News Inquires Whats matter grip Onlv n fow days now until tho tho tint Mr Bryans Jommonor Is Issued mid then tlonioorucy wilt know whoro it Isiit In tho mount lino members of tlmt party ran amuse themselves by guessing Tin World Herald oxpeots each vi8it ing editor to bring IiIh grip with him lie nrolubly will nnd tho grip will bo packed with handkerchiefs and other articles that usually yiny tho irlp quinine Humors of an UliiCHs of Qnoon Victoria ndvorsoly nfioot tho London stook ex change which must bo of a rather dolt onto nuturo or oan It bo tlmt an nil verso condition of stocks seeks an excuse for its tluctuatlotmV Tho Sioux City Tribune announces that jobbors are already placing orders for Fourth of luly lliowotks Dont they know that MoKinloy wnsnvolootod and that colobratloiiH of tho Kourth of Tulyaro to pass away Mr Hryati has recently boon honored by an appointment as one of t...

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 — 25 January 1901

8 wmrmw FEOM FIRING LINE TO JLAZAR i How tVonnrinl Tnmnilm Arc J Sent rruiii llio Pnuil to the Ucucrnl Iluxpttnl 71 BY LIEUT H K GAHAN The himlnrxq of moving nn nunys bounded from the lighting lino to ilia general hospital almost nlwnjs presents n bciiuus problem Especial is this no when it hnppens Unit the foinier Is COD miles fioin the latter This is the situa tion which the Hrlllsh tlnil themselves Jn just now for South Afiica jou kuuvv is a countiy of uiiiKiiificiiit distances It is neailj 700 miles fioin ulieie bomo of Roberts foices are now fishtlng to Capo Town hut fortunately the willroad is clear to Hloemfoutcin Still the bat tles mid sMrmishcs sometimes occur many miles distant from the iron tails and tlie cat lying of wounded bolillen must be accomplished by tome other method than in hospital tiniuh for lung fctretehos In this pnittcular phase of war the IUltlsh have had much experience dur ing the last thiee months Kver blnce Itullcr begun to more on Lndv smith and befor...

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 — 25 January 1901

JS L 8 PRESS ASSOCIATION PrMlnn t 111 ln Hold In Omnlin Till Wrult Two rmUirm of llm Mrillntf liV Ti NotfnlU X niirr Miii From Mftmln Dully s Tlio Nebraska Htiito 1rrsi iix wluMon will 10 in session sovornl tluyH this week in Omaha nml It is i iiwtrd tlmt tlioro will bo nn iiiiKtinlly largo ntteiiiliitiou nuil n program of nioro tlmn 01 Unary interest will lie prcfoiiltd Ono of the jMipctH to bo read tomorrow nftornoon 1h ly lullus V UnllT of tlilH city IiIh mibjeit being llliitnrs Ink Around tlio Wot hi For kuiio tlmo past Air lltilfr Iiiih been making a col lection of liinvspnporH from nil ovor tlio world and now bun IW In all kinds or languages Homo of which nro very pu collar looking contilviuiccB to ho called UUWHpilpOlH IHh colloctloll Will 10 hlhltodat tlio mouting and IiIh paper will deal with what holms learned about journalism around tlio world while mak ing tlio colleutiou A feature of tlio kohmIoii will bo a dally paper of whieli Micro will bo four cdl tloiiB ono at noon...

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 — 25 January 1901

SATURDAY SIFTINGS A L Burke of Tiltltii wnH a city vis tor yosteidny A O McLood of Schuyler was in Nor folk yesterday A son was born yesterday to Mr and Mrs Win Nit II II Herbison was a Norfolk visitor from Mndison yesterday Robert Sohiuitt was in Norfolk yes terday from Buzilo Mills Mr and Mrs L G Hloy of Midison visited Norfolk friends yosteuhiy Miss Wilhcmy of Oinalm is visiting with her sister Mrs It H Weller Mrs Bryant and Mrs Stevenson of Madison were in the oily wstordny Mrs Williams of Shuylor is visiting at the home of her son George Fox Judge J B Barnes of this city is in nttendanco at federal court in Omaha Mrs Paul Kuro arrived this morning from Lyons for n visit with Norfolk relatives and friends Miss Lizzio Gruuo who has been vis iting at the lionn of Mr and Mrs G A Knhl departed this noon for her home in LeMars Iowa 5ooigo Wiltiauis resideneo is now connected with the city by telephone and connections arc being liuulo today with Alvin Pratts residence fnn A ttrnobs fi...

Publication Title: Norfolk Weekly News-Journal, The
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